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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1912.
ployed t trie Ttelleclalre Apartments
where Heckei lived Inst July. HwtI
told Mr. V) that h handled a I ill
for Lieut. FlecKer early on the morn
Ing of July II Mt coul 1 nel 'ti the
eaart time He Ml sure It aa aft, "
Q. L)lil )ou art what LttHt Dl '"
did after hr received that Mill
The defense ent red a etrcrr.ions nt.-
taction, but the witness HI allowed
to tall that Immed.at, 1 tftai Ihe ttlg"
phone call llecker hurtled oil of his
apartment Ma positive of that,
Th (Yurt woul'l not permit Ihr all-
n-aa to deecrlhe In iIm8 tha appear-
inn of tht KOC ise.l al ha huirle.l from
hla home after. the prnsei ullmi al- I
legee. he had got word tmm Hoar I hut
tna "croakln of Herman Roatnthal
had bean ercnmpllshcil and that Meeker
roukl are the gambler! body lylnx In
tha Weal Forty -a-vcnlri atrret ata
NOT ORDERED TO REFUSE TO
MAKE PHONE CONNECTIONS.
q Hi) vir Hartt laa'l it a f i you
were told by Mr. an I Mra. Boekaf, be
fore that nlitht. ROI to make any nntie
tion with the U.vker ap.iitm. nt .' A
g Didn't Hupt RObtrtl of tint: build-
Inf tell you pret awM ' ' "
phone rMMoUoni Wltk 'h. U ."I
apartment? A. Ro?
g Dwt'l you i.:i Mr Booker'! att."
ney you did not renn niovr '.hat call? .
A. No. air
g Where have u been recently
. ......a ., .t, BUIIastalea ontll .. oionth
t atarsu ' " -
bOa then 1 lietr ucin In I'r.n e-
g College of town'
Q. How many tpartmenta kf! there In
the Bcllaclalre? A krgty.
g Well, If you ramambaf Ihla Herkc
call, ,ve me gome o'.her t-alla rereltt!
In that houae that night? A. I do no.
remember any otherg I
Has wo. h1 felled to rOCll other calla
on other nlghla for other ten.inta In
the Heller-lalrr. but i n -. stf I mat
remernbered lae Becker ceil.
"1 do not reinenthrr ditya, but I do
remember datea," ha aald.
The wltneea threw the court room
Into a gale of laughter by una or hla
grinning repilea to Mr Hart.
"Now, If ynu have and a good mem
ory for dates. Hayw owl." aald the law
yer acan aatli ally, "will you kindly tall
me what you were dolus on the 15th
Whv. vea eah." ' am- Hi- ewlft le
tot. "I reckon 1 waa aleeplng on me
1Mb of June."
Kven .luetlce tloff amlted and aeveral
of the jurore eovarod Ihell fa.ea with
theia hande. The defenaa waatad oaly
few mote ihnie: at ihla wltneaa.
WIFE OF "LEFTY LOUIE" CALLED "
That waa all for the potarai telephone I
operator and the li.elilct-Allorney j
IPfi'.na a aurprlse lha: threw the dtfenre
lira flutter by calling Ulllan Itnaenbcrg,
the young wife of ' Left) lule."
The yellow-halrad, doll-faced wife of
tha iiininii . an-e up calmly to the aim I
ana negtn teetiiying in a turunae tone,
but calmly and without any noli eehle
trace of nervouanesa.
Becker weighed her w!th a p igaled
frown and whlaperr.l orra-lonally to hla
counael. It naa appureni that her al
-mmf m .h...L I . UtMB
aa It waa a aurpriae to h:a lawyer It
began to look aa If tVe gunmen w re
about to lurn mate's evidence
Mr. Hon eaatnlm d I tie "baby doll"
wife of the gunman
Q. Are ou the Wift of I.efly Louie?
Q Did you live Wl h him at No 717
Houthrrn Boulevard' A. i. and at
No. Ittt Seventh avenue.
(J. Where did you ihe before July lit
A. At Rockeway.
9. Whrn did your huebanrt leave
there? A. On July It. (The day before
g Who did you meet ihere? A. Mr
Horowitz and b!a w.fe.
Q flometlmaa .aid (lyp the Blood?
A. 1 have beard him called "Olb."
g. nil jtvb mil', a i uin .i.t. .s. n
man named l rank
g Houieitmea canen r rana 1 irun i :
g At other tttfb 1 .ailed Dago
KranhT' A. Yea.
g And Bfhltay Leaw'al A. Yea.
q At No. it. south. .11 Baalovard dtd
you meet theae gni.lenirn" there? A.
g. Who elae? Jark Hum and Hanunlt
POKE OF TESTIMONY IN LET
TER TO OJNMAN.
Q. Who did you aee a. .o. Seventh
avenue' A. la ft- l.uuki on.y.
g (By Mr. MilOtyiei Tour huihand
le un ci nt' 1 t i .nl lor murder? A.
g. When did yea beroma a witnMa
for the State? A. When Ixnile waa
J. Were you told your bUabtnd m'h:
be helped out on : r le tini nv" A.
Q. Are ynu at 1! 111 he H ..tee ..r Dv.
t'ntlon' A , ei an
g Since y wlil ;. a an I'a areat have
Off for a
Ho! for u ip in ih jountry
In the r! tr .is A'lttimn time,
When the ifoMen If, ves n f f lllaj,
When j1! N-ttur. is in rhyn
So Kt Wo A . Aui'i
TTiose "ued ' ?rt iri.'.l and tru;.
You'll find litre I ' bjrfil'i.'
By lookir.f Wor'.l Ads. Hirough
Or Use a Worii "XiuxUi" Ad.
OF A GUNMAN
mi . ommunl. air 1
V 1 i an thing ril I n I , II voir
PlOfJJ f A Vea. In one teller.
Q IMil you say tea! If u:i look
land fofj raiM help Mm Mil f
loubltT A. No, sir.
i In IV HOMI Of DtttnlM have
I ii IMII Jack Roae, Itrldgle w. i. i.. i
il.iii . Villi. hi or Rant Hr-heppt? A Na.
sir, lint altie I Inv. barn In lb HoUM
g How ona btfnre Jul) If. was It
you ,, dm Hcheppa? A HoHMIIUM
m June in- rami la mt house with
,rK n,,,, ( , .1 , , r.
jllr , J ,, ; n . , ,,, ,,, , , ,
g ,,, ,,tt know (that i-
fend, did' A tn li. .,- i ivi
g aalaaman foi ,
,j w , , ,,,,, h,. ,niv..- A ,
Ml)t k ,
m,in,tvi, eaew iai fanmrn ew I nnevlv.in'a Railroad? A. V.a
McINTYRl. EASY IN CROSS-EX-' g w,., , ,,,,.,, , .,, for MMna
amination of qunman's wife I money f i waa dlaobarged i wa
Mr m i. adopted M miident ami ntlktied with mealing mone)
mo. i perauaalvi atlltude in tiun ft ill I Von wen dlechirtod for li ling
intr tin (unman i mfi The lawyara I "rtmay, weren'l ymtf a i wa! noil
yok'i fa 1 1 1 v Jrlppid With hon) . He ' ontlnai That I- an untruth! I
Ireoieil antlou! not to offend kef never ctiaraTed with atoning
iiv Him name," a. kid the innnaei, y Von were a H peter for tin. New
"III you Nnuw nir husband "I kni-wV.irk RtMlf A No. air
io n 1 1 v RoeeaborK' returned the 'J who were you n iinaicr for' a
a Im with an effort at dignity, I The New for! I'reaa. Journal h lid nil
g In. i you know b in "l.efiy
la olt--' A. No
g Where waa your hu.l.an.l on lln
nmht ..f July kf , go no (,,,.
'i i i bi t ihe ecena of the murdert
a i do not knob
g Before becoming travelling aie
man. Hliat .11 i n. hnahund do? A. lie
Worked for his fat
.. . i... . ... .
w .if rrn in inn piriure tr.imiiiH
bualneai with xm cheppa? a No. air
g w nan n I you Ural aee
I heppa? A On in,, gay J..k Kellg w is
arraated. (Thai wai Ms., Ill lack
Hoae i'h will, him u h, ,,i m
I. I'ld you hear the i onveraatlon f
your huabaltd and thoae men' A. Vea
Q, How long did they talk? A About
g. Wi ere were they? A. l.nule wit
a.rk m bid and they a.tl on the ilda of
the !n .1
il iw many :nc did M.'.,etpe COnM
your houae aft.r Mat U? A I mver
auw him uk.i ii al my bouse.
g i nd you near a'i ihe converaatlon
between Ram Pehepaa and our hue
bkndf A. V.i. Noi all.
Th! young woman aald ahc had unit
h. aid fragrant! of the eonveraattoa bo.
twaen Lofty Louie ami Jack Rawa.
Thli ended lha rroaaeggmlngtton ami
Mr. Moas took up tha radlrocl ex-
The Wltneaa aald ahe knew May II
waa the day on which .lack Zcllg was
aireated, lull ahe did not know If It wan
i an.-ei or nia aecunu arreat.
LANDLORD IDENTIFIES TWO OF
: THE OUNMEN.
Thi ,,.,, ,n( te,ll)nv f Mr,
Roaenl g , i VVIIllam RalUay of No.
hM Seventh avenue, one of the homea
tn- Kunm.n. waa railed
g. (By Mr. Mosa) What have you to i
j with N.i r.:'j Sevenih avenue? A. I
r,nt fu,nihe,l apartinen'a.
g. Da you remember the lenanta of a
murtn noor apartnient In June an
July' A. Yea. They gave the namea
g. Who lived there? A The people
gave t . namea of Baker ami Harrta.
g. When did you lat aee them'.' A.
ggturday, July U or Ii They paid their
i,,, r)nt n, i,rt gMM daya later,
Ilera Ihe rear donra opened in, I the
four gunmen, heavily guarded and
I ti . .. ... I .
'""aniug. weie na t into tne court-
mm mm. . mm . 1 -. . - g B a m I
room aid up to the har Itellley. from
ii... ,.i mm ... I -. . .i
" "IIO.-B I HI, tO'Seil V II 1 I C V
Lett s" nnd i il . Pm.V1 u n,.
men who I. ved In Ihe fiat
Q. Hid you see tiieae men the-e In
that apartment' A. Yea; I aaw them
freajlenlly, TIM laat time 1 aaw Ihem
wua on July IS three days after Ihe
Mr. Motntyrt asked that the teatt-
mnny of llelllev be stricken out, and
that the Jury be InairUoted to dlarettard '
the preaenre .r the gunmen In court ,
lUttlt! ttoff overruled hoth motlnna and i
Mr. Mclntyre declined to aak any quea-
MAROOLIS TELLS THE JURY
ABOUT BECKER'S RAID.
Ma Varyoila. of No. 3S Kast llroad
way, was called He t. Id Mr. Moaa he
was working for the I'ennat Ivanl.i Ball-
ii nam. 1 nun-
ratal On Mni is he ,a Uaut. Beakar I
In toon, No lot o Police I leaduua r (era. 1
He had ieea Be ker often during Ave
The wttnetl had seen flecker al a raid
n gambling house. . g.,.r:iiiv saw
Im at Hilda run. llecker'a nraaa
Hint SI I lios rilll. llecKi r s ureas
n ent hnd arranged for Uargolll lo 1"
at these r .Is Maruolls descrlhed him
self as a tlpattr who soltl news to vari
es newspapers On April is he had
Su n Decker conduct this raid OB Her-
man II si nthal's house '
y. iid you ee Backer "n Ibe day i-1
aid. A Yea. on Apill 17 In 1
c H . .id. i i.trtcrs
Was there a c invaraatlon In Bo
Haadquarttrt lhal day, a Yes I
heard a i ont rraatlon between He. ker
and Dattt'.lvea wnite and Itolnerl
Q Were sou aaked k) Heck, r lo
swear to a warrant agalnat Herman
Rosenthal's ya.uhllug house? A. Yea.
U Bfh l were as u aaktd to swear to?
A. I was nBk.Nl tn IWttr I" Ihe furnl-
tuie. ptraakamaila "nd interior of itos-
i nt hal's house.
y. H.id yak ever btag In Hosent hal'a
Idace? A I never had.
At thli Mr. Mtlnlyrt aprunv to hla
..u ...I ..'..il.. u furl. ma .I.U.ll..M
"If four Ho or Pleii.es," said tha
hnii". "1 nhj.it to thia testimony.
Trnmi- m mm , , u, rvlti I,. .1 .m.lli.r
-I tf TI.-.. u.
seeking to provt hln, guilty or .ubor-
, ,,.,. I,,,- The are" -
The Court raised his hand and eoftly
aak, I rc l i r's counsel t,. ralm himself.
Ml I tit t , rai tinned to ai
th. Ji ge overruled him.
Mr, Moat and Mr Whitman were
Q. What did yon hear Heat.
eckir eay to Beteotlvee gtelnert
and Whit? on the oecaaloa of thla
eoavrraatlcn yon overheard and
took part In at Folloe Neadaartera
on April IT laet? A. Beoker said
"You will have to entor the baae
mest through Iron doora. gome
otto vtll aak you queetlone. If they
let you iu you will be taken up
tatra. and there you will aee a
yrg'tttl wheal with a cover on It.
There grill be no play on that
Wheel bnt thry will take yon up
sirthcr night and you will tin a a
wheel going. Mow. you've got the
dope ro gst your warranto."
SAYS BACKER TOOK HIM TO
Then di B( ker told me lo meet hi n
iter a. l iUii avenue and r iirty-foui ih
us In hi
i. t ... gl .. g Alrm Squad were tryiitat
Red Croat Lf Cough Dropa.
vi i m oetaxevaW, Ir esej effesUM. as.
n Deal down Ihe door Mr. Iloacnthal
tat ratting; 'tMn'l kil l k down I'n. do r
I will open It.' Wh III we got
saw Mrs RoaalllbBl Mid a man whom
bltut Banker arraated. I aaw Mra.
sYoeeathal apeak to Barker Bh. aaldi
Why. Charlie; why are yon doing
Hilar Unt. Barker raised hla band
and aald '0-e-a-a-h:' Tluu ... tuuk
Mra. asoeenthal aalda and talked to her
1 for two mlaataa. t heard noihlnjr )
left Heoket downstairs and went up
! to where there wan it Ida roultttl
That ended (hi- dir. ! elimination
tn reply to Mr. Mclntire. Mongolia
auld he wal bom In New fork, bill
hla parent! teme from Ruaala. Mi
1 id in' iniii worked for iba New fork
lrea! an-i ihe PenMyWknl! Kallroad
When did m.u work foi th.- rail,
mad? a Kiotn May r until Auvual
Wai ii nlaht rlerk In the raabler'i
g Io yon know Mr Sp. nt
.r i.f thf
'h - newapapera,
toii never were a legitimate re-
porter or Journalist? A. No. air
Q Were you aver a at. mi Mgaon
SAYS HE OOT EVIDENCE FOR I
q You never wore am ploy og to net
evidence for lha police? a Onoa, when
Booker naked me to tHkc ferHa ona of
llerkcr'a men arid gel Into a poolroom.
g How did you gal Into thla raring
poolroom? A man took me In there,
g m i tun go to Becker and lelj nim
yon had evldenca agnlnat thla hotiaef
a No. i just told Backer about tha
g If von agreed to take oree of
Becker I men In the poolroom nnd gal
him In vou knew yog wer. going to i:et
evidence? A. Not me, but Becker'a
Q You gnl him In. didn't vou? A
Q And you got evidence, didn't yo'lT
A. No. They atopped playing after we
It was drawn from Ihe wllneaa that
thla poolroooni w.ia raided on an affi
davit he made for Becker. .
"Then you did act ae a atool-plgeon "
"I don't know what a atool-plgeon la,"
reaponded the witness.
"Well, ru tell yon what a 'etool
plgeoa' la," etormed Mr. Molatyre.
A atool-ptgeon la a man Juat Uke
Mr Moas objected lo thla and aald
eOWtethlng that aaamad 0 further In-
riraaaa lha i roaa eTaialnar'i wrath.
"lb) you mean to any to me, Mr.
Moee." about. ul Ihe attorney, "that this
wltneaa la more reapc. table than I am'.'"
Becker'a nisei was white with rage
The Proaecutur ehruKKe.l hla ahouldera.
back ti 100k nt. Mclnme c.lmetl
.1..-,., ...a.l..,l,. .. ho h.l dared un I
and went on with bis attack.
SENT BY BECKER TO GET EVI
DENCE AGAINST ROSENTHAL.
Q. Were yon ever need og-ala
aa a atool-plgeon? A. Booker
aekad me to go out and gat evi
dence agalnat Merman Jkoaanthai.
o Ild you? A. I tried.
Q. Had J oil been Intimate with Becker
- . v. . . I ... .. '. . V- I hi. ,1 hi. i. ,1
warm "'' " J ": ', , -
l.il . . , . . j . . -ft Bl S IB TY B t f f i I f I
Q. Pld you make a atatement to tnq
v .. i t ... ') ....... r ti i n a vnur con-
eeeiton wl.h the Hosctithal caae? A
itll. toil ' ' . "
g. lid you later go to the World and
aak them In retract what you had said
to them? A. No, air.
Q Hid you bak the World to change
your atatement? A. No. r-
o When did you make that atate-
met.t to the World?
A. t-in 1 UCBOh J ,
J - ly ii? or 'X
Q Waa It on July !7r A. MO, air.
u Was the statement puoiisneo in.-
followlng day? A. No. air; on the foi-
u Than didn't vou nak that It be re- 1
tra ted? A. Mo. I
g. D1J you aak to have certain
cha'ngaa made? A. No.
lan't It a fact Uemer aaken you
- . . ... v.. aaa tar.i Thi.n..
Bn " . 1 Jl. L. ,.,,a ...
aeventti aworer '" -
,'h . T'"" . . . ..' .a- .t.
'mr tnrrmatb.n? A. Three
l' " '"" fl " v""' dl'' l ' m,k
ttT A. No, sir. . . ....
s 1 " ' ' -,, -
(j. old you ever niiute inup in inai
plnce" A. No. air.
y You potltlvely aa.ert that you made
no bets? A. I made no beta, but 1
aw ore In my RmOBVIl i nan
WITNESS ADMITS HE COM
( 'lion ton Committed perjury, didn't
vou (shout ins
A. I was madt to coin
y fOU committed perjury didn't vou?
Iloudir). A 1 was made lo couunil pel
Jury. Q. Yott enmmltted perlnry, didn't
you yee or no? tllYlkl A.
Yea, I commuted perjury.
(j Is any one making you commit per
Dlatrict - Attorney Whitman rose,
sbouiing .m objection
"I withdraw the QUtlUObi" said Mr.
Molntyre, tin- Jury having obtained tin
full bell. 'fit of the effect of Mr Mr-
lntytc'a Tie. Honing
f fhe confea-ed
the three men who
III H I
lllll'SICO 111 ..11 '.'- .. r.i 1 o 1. J -.-., nil 1
rto were arreie ..,'"' ""'-"i'Mi Hose .say to ,1, null at the time
Court, did vou appear? A. ci. sir. tliat affidavit was eiKn. d A. The only
I J '"' "' ' 1,1 'h thing I overheard Mr B sat to Ml
Optirt thut you had made bete In that Hart wa, that he didn't lei wh) the
. ,, , , . . ,,,
( y. .sim run ne". in ii, , . sis,
Q Pl.t He.kMr git
I II, te.'K-r gltc ',,! 'on lie
sent vou to meet Hnwkes and tell you
to plav th,- S0? A. Vsa.
Q. ill. I you refuse to sign a vi uciier
for the MO so He. acr might turn II Into
Hetdautrtari? a. i was not ask,,i t,,
y. Did TOU ever r, turn Ihe HO 10
Becker? . No. sir.
That'll be Just nl, out all from MM""
shouted Mr Mclntyre.
Mr. Matt, on redirect tgaml nation,
I rough! out that He ker had not arreete I
Mtrgnlli for hit perjurt 1 athdatit in the
Tblrtv-sev enlb att eet raid
y. How were yuu "n atle" to sw.ar to
thai affidavit? A, Mr ftrrit tald; The
boat sats you'Vt got t' do It. and I'll,
awear to the same thing' Ferris did.
swesr tn the affidavit, hut he d d hot I
OiVgt Vour Mouth That Whole
sonic I'c, lint;'
TESTIFIES AGAINST BECKER
The Former District Attorney
Who Will Testify for Becker
gamble In the place any more than I Ihe Dlitrict-Attomey wanted to tea hlni
did." al t. but he (Mr. Hart) though) he
MelNTYRC ASKS COURT TO OR- (Rote) had bettor go down and aee him
OER WITNESS UNDER ARREST. ,ha,' ,!,.. trTt-T
Murgolla was atlll on the aland when I tnrney'a ofllcc wanted him? A. Yes; and
Mr. Molntyra roaa. Mr Harl told Mr Roae he imi hette-
"MOWi Votir Honor," he galdi "thlsg,, down Ihe next day and surrender.
witness has oonfoaaod to pti jury, ii y ,ly )r, Hart) Do you remember
now ask thai this wltneai he re. nan led' th,,. lust aa c left Pollnk'a houae. I
thla Court 10 th- ''It. Prlaon, am
''' JfWtJ At.ornev .... In.tructed
lenae no to oat e mis wainnun tauswil
neaH Indlotad for the crime of perjury
The Iilstrict Attorney." a.ild th.'
Court, "understands fully the responsi
bility thnt rests upon him. This perjury
w-aa not committed before me, and I
have no J j' isdlcilon. I will DOL then -fore,
commltt the wltllOM."
Mr. Mclntyre But. y.uir Honor, there i
.lie BBI isi'ois wilit o li'U'i in. n iii.'i .'
witness conres-.a perjury, tn. juv'e no-
fore whom the confeaelon Is mime can
ouimit rue witness t., prison tor unnu,
Thei'out l The Jilstrl. t-Attot ney 1111
deratands this case I will not direct
the arreat of the wltneaa.
Mr Mclntyre - I demai .1 that the District-Attorney
indict his wltnaao,
Mr. Whitman I do not Indict I am
only ihe proaecutlng attorney.
Mr Mclntvr Well, lake him before
the CI rand Jury. then.
Margolla. thoroughly frightened, waa
rouowing me vain en iri or tne oc-
fense tn si nd Margolla t.i prlMtn foi'
perjury and Hie dismissal or the wlt-
ness. the Dlsti Ct-Attiu n -y . ailed IB'.ch-
ar,t O- Barter, the notary public WhOlouidaVlt falsely awot n to by Mas
accompanied He ker and Lawyer Hart I Margella, on which Becker raided the
t" the home of Harry tVillnh to gat Thtrty-aeventh street poolroom, Ihe
itose s una gvit to wnicn ne swore. 1
li.irter respomi.'.i to .Mr. Moss thatiof tln.Cour( Theae papers sh..w.d tna:
he I'td inel Be ker on the nigiit of I Policeman Portal had iiot alirtied auch,
July it. Harl was wiih Dicker. They the falee affidavit,
met at in r. m. I The CourtWhy do you offer these
TELLS ABOUT GETTING ROSE'S
"Lieut. Becker, Olid the wltneit, "In-
trod need Mr. (Jar) la me and he (Haiti
aked mo If 1 would mind taking an
affidavit, i agreed, w. took a laxlcab
to One Hundred and h'ilty-slxtli at reel
and Amatord im avenue.
' 1. but Backer left us at tht corner
of one Hundred tnd Plfly-slxth street
..ul Amtterdan avenue, Then Mr. Harl
and 1 went on to t ie Ittvlera Apart'
tuents on Rlvortidt Drive, We went
up tn the iiat Mi Harl aaktd foi Mr
Itoae alii aotncSudy a.tl. I lo Mr. Hart
lhal he couldn't see Mr ItoBt aa Mr
Rote as si. k Then Mr Hart -old to John J. i mnoiiue. rne ooicnoe maoe
something and wi wtrt taken down j t futile effort to keep tne documcnl
long hall. out of the record.
"We went int., a largt room. Mr ! After the nioitg.ige was marked Hi
Hurt left tne In -h.it room and went 1 ' v Idenca Mr. Moss read II t " tha Jun
Into a bedroom." Tht mortgage waa dated on March
Th- notary it Id thai Mr. Hart hdh. aoknowledgad in the same
written tht affidavit of Bote't In Roat'l ,l:iV " mortgagtd In the mm at
bedroom who, u, umal waa " 1,11 '" P-"'0",' '" !J."r:' ":
drawn Rom gol ut f bed and sign oienthnl'a gambling reaorl ..t No 1"'
tht affidavit. Tin- wltneti ha t read th
affidavit over to Rait before he
acknowledged hit llgnttUra
(j Tell me Just wli.ii v. in overheard
oistrict-aio.i n. v wan aae
u Halt said ne man l know jus; wnat
Special lor Thursday, the 17ih
i inn ill vi (KIAM u- IA.
' Vim r im 's ,i. tip
'l.c.liere I'll! Ml li(l Xtft
VKHV llll. II i t: VI, I Hill II
lltMIIH IKIN llllVs IMI
MUX (H. ATI-.: Wile tain,.
tSt im em N" ffla
l-TrTltu.. ami nril,..,,lt .i..e. aTarea
All unr .Inn . mien sallir.lu.
Milk Chocolate Covered
luimv tfUNI of ilNtlBttla ' lit en
attouih i" rr full flu
luat'lollltllffta 1 II 1 1 a M hl' 1
o oui ti.-ii . i ah ram(um
I'iH K M HO
,,,, , ym, , h1, , tPiPphone a friend In
Washington Height! (It.ckcr) and that
J just had time to go into a saloon be
fore i o' 'lin k to telephone) A. Yes.
ROSE'S AFFIDAVIT IDENTIFIED
BY THE NOTARY.
Mr. Hart thru produced the Roae af
fidavit, which waa Identified, out which
I was ruled out of evidence at this time
J. T)ii you reniernher that Bose sail
I mil sorry I am sick. I would
. u,. ,tnv..n to tna 1 sir .'(.At-
t,.,.,.V's offloe. Do you think It will do
h,,m" A. Yes. I remember that.
g Did I reply "No. Ho to ee him?"
I A. Vea.
' 1.1. Did you aee Sam Srheppe? A. I
i taw tome one elan, le t didn't kn iw who.
I Juatlee '".off than permitted th.- intro
durtlon of the Hose affidavit. This wa
regarded a.a a dlitlnct victory for the
defetiH... At t ic 1 lusinn or the read-
Ing iuatlce Uofl ordered a racaai until
COURT SAYS WITNESS CIS
I At the opening Of the afternoon aea
alon. Mr. Ilirt offered In tvldeni h-
papers having m en roumi ny tne ciers
.tir nan to
edit that wltneaa,
Tha C u: t--There Is no need ror that,
The wttnetl has discredited h'niself.
lh ker tmlltd broadly. The papers
were marked for Identlfloat'.on, but were
tint put It evidence before the Jury at
Will: .1.1 Haupt. un attache of the
founty Clerk's office, wua called to
Identlf) tht ohhttel mortgage Herman
Roaenthal gave on the furnlHliings of
his gambling bcusi- after, uccordlng to
.Ink Hoses testimony, he had bor
rowed $1.6 from Itecker through a
.lummy Th mortgtgt was mude out
W, t K.,rl -tll'lb air et
l Mr. Molntyre aakrd Hint th- jury
I... Inatructed to ill-regard I c o iit-
menl, Justice ti 'ff would not iu direct
whereupon the witness was dlnmlaaed.
,f the case, took
Special for Friday, li e 18th
thaOH I Kit t KI II XII N I I'
III I lll.lt I n i mar
I'dl Ml BtiX
i ihm i.i.vrt: rot t;Ki:i i -nitJiVT
not m.si .mr rag
lllll -".' Kllults.
I (it Nil ltll
ur 1 1 tWMBW SrGti
k i' 'ggMt
at I eert etenlna: until II o'etiH-ke
54 BARCLAY fl
Cr rVisift u,..,r T
19 CORTLANDT St
Car h.rh it
MRK ROW a. N ASSAU
C I. e.ii rk
Ce f i. .Ji
147 NASSAU ST.
Mw a Mat
Til. specl'led a'rls
In tildes lh
the aland and was gUBSIMIMi by Mr
14. Did you attend the Coroner'a lh
MUlry on July S3? A. Yea.
g Did yuu gat the wltneaa. Krauae.
point out Webber and Sullivan.
Mr. Mclntyre rougltt then to pre
vent any further iueatlonlng Mr. Moaa
along that line, and his oiijecllons weie
"Were any of the ilefendanta prea
ent?" Purthtr ohjoclloni wen tvatajnag.
In doing ao ItMtlC! 'InlT auld:
"Mr. Distrlci-Attoniey, do yon think
thli laitlmony is neceaaary The wit
neat Krauae atate.1 on the stand that
he bad Identified t" of tht defend
ants, and that one of them he bad tint
Mr. Whitman nt permlaalon to nak
one moii- miration upon staling nt
length his object
g. Did you see them present? A.
Yes. Bose, Wtbber, Vallon, Schaplro
nnd l.lbhy were there.
Mr. Moas stepped down and Lohhy
gOW Scheppa. Jack Hose's COUM Jes
I. 1 . was recalled.
SAM SCHEPPS GETS IN THE
Scheppa came up to the stand with
lalnty mincing ateps. hla round face
terribly enlemn and hla gpectai lea ao
highly polished thai they ahone Ilk.
11 1. Mights In front of hla little heady
. yol He mail.' a 1"W obeisance to the
Court after taking the oath and then
picked up the akrrll of hla coat and
sat himself gracefully down.
Bchappi glared at Becker and bis
lawyers aa he Battled himself In his
chair, then folded hla hande and hla
leg- and twiddled hla thtimba. Then
Mr. Mosa aald:
"Th! Dlstrl. t-Atlorney dealrea to
withdraw the objection! made by the
District-Attorney to certain qUMtlom
ask.-d of Schepps."
Mr Mclntyre: "We do not ask for
tile Withdrawal of these objeclons. If
errort have crept In here It l as baafl
Ihe rault of th. DNtri.t-Attorney and
w-e do not propuat to be bound b
The Court: "What ate the quOttlofltT'
Mr. Moaa pointed thom out und Mr.
Q, 'oii stopped at the Mariiuc'e
Hotel In Hot Bprlngg and mel Thorn is
.1. I'ettlt. the proprietor? A. Yea.
g. Did you any In Mr I'ettll you ex
pected to Bay nothing until you had
read Jack Hose's testimony had been
laid before you and you could OOP"
ro bo rate it' a. i did not.
g. Did you say to Ptttlt! 'Tom, my
life la tis dear to me as yours la to
you, or to any one elee, and that you
were not going to say anything until
ynu aaw Mr. Whitman'? A. I did.
g. Did yon eat that you were very
much devoted to Jack Boae and would
do anything for him.' A. I did not BO
g. Did you atale that In auliatance '
V Only a part.
SCHEPPS MAKES MORE SWEEP
g. Did you say you would read Jack
Robo'I teailmony article for artlell
and answer accordingly? A. I did not
Q, Did you say to a reporter named
.1. L. Sullivan that Jack Boae waa your
heat friend and that you would do any
thing to help him? A. 1 did not 10
i-tate. I laid It In part only.
"Did you Hay to a Mr. Howard In
Hot Springn: 'Well, you know we fel
lows nil have girls and put them out
to work In a district. There Is some
revenue, and Bosenthal waa alwaya
grabbing acme other fellow s girl ln-
etead or working hti ow n field?' 1 now
withdraw that auaatlon," said Mr.
g Did you aav to Poatmaster John
aon the nbfht you were detained that
Jack Hose was your beat friend and
Connected with everything In your life?
A. I aald that only In part.
DIDN'T 8AY ROSENTHAL DE
g. Dhl you tell Johnson, That fellow
OUght to have been killed?" A. 1 did
g Heferrlng to 'Rosenthal, did you
aay to Johnaon, "If Bneenthol had not
been M diirty about theae balOgl (the
To he rid of ain eruptions, pimples,
etc., and to quickly dear an inflamed
completion or red nose, use Poslam as
.(ion as the troulile is noted.
If ecicma, acne, barbers' itch or any
stubborn disease afflicts, cure it without
extended treatment through the timely
application of Poalam. This perfect
remedy heals the skin under all condi
tions rnnre rapidly nnd more effectively
than anything yet devised. Itching stops
at once! I'se I'oslain now to eradicate
nine minor blemish, nnd prove its merit
The daily use in P08LAM SOAP, Ml
absolutely pure soap me, Hi ate, I witli
PotJanti II "f inestimable benefit to nil
whose skin is sulijert to trUPtiontl
i rouble. Soothes lender skin; never ir
ritates: ideal for baby's bath I best
shampoo for dandruff. All druggists
sell Potlam (price 10c cents), and Pos
laffl Soup (price, 8,1 crnls) l'or free
sample write to ihe Emt'geney Lab.
nrninrlee, Si Mot i.sth Street, New
FOR MEN und WOMEN
No Money 4 A
Down A Week
We i airv the nmt elahorula --ort-
nieiil of ilil feTtl-ian het-i hand-lallor-id
BiarineiilH ut iiili en iiim h loner than
nhat ton tire in iitometl tu liar
3I6 West I25th St., nr. 8'h Ave
285S 3d Av.. 1 49. h St. Brcnx.
"How Junes It, mill! Ills II, one ml aillll
Ilean." This Interrsllna booklet npnn re
aursl. IXI.i hlnsrr. Inc., itta kliuia liiaU
avar. Ureakliu. . V.
A CLEAN CASE?
Everybody Took a Bath Af
ter Rotenthal Tragedy.
MOBHIS X.TJBAW "I wai taking a
bath in the X.afayette Bathe when
I heard Beoker and Moaa talking."
AN SCHEPPS "I went to Mut
Springe to take the hatha."
JACK ROBE "l wai takinr a bat.h
with Becker whea we dlaoneeed
the murder of Boeenthal."
BRIDOIB woBEk-"We dieonaeed
the mnrder Moeenthal at the
JOHN D. HALLCN "I waa taking
a hath in tbe Tomha whan I over
heard Becker eajr to another pris
oner i 'Thry ihonld give me e
peneion for killing Boient'ial.' "
MatB. CABBIES P0LZ.OK "I vrnr
taking a bath when Lawyer Hart
oalled at my honee to see Boae.
Wcr that reaeon I did not hear
their t . ".vernation."
white slave Irafh. . he never w.mld I
have been kilted T" V N..
Q, in.i you tell Officer ktoaher vou left j
N'.'W Yoik boeauto it waa not a aafc
place for you? A. Yes.
g. Did you aay Rosenthal had wok. di
In Ho: Springs and had no frlenda?
g. Did you My Rotenthtl was a dirty.
and ouglit to nave heen bumpod off 1
long ago? A I did not 1,1 elate.
g. Did vou further-aay that you didn't
underttand why the bunch would do,
such a thing on the street, and that the 1
Worst tiling Ihe fools did WBl t
laava th.- number on me cart A 1 did
not say auch a thing.
g. Did you say you were on a Wanted
(Continued on l'ourth page.)
tfeesf fhm MAapfa? Ovoe re
Oanrw Gold aa One Bey
atways remember the hilt eema Iot tat
tale algnaiure on eiary mim -
No Schemes or Clubs
Xo PrlFt- Ni ht intu or ( tub I'lans are
rinrt.ari to IntrrrM our imriliH-rtt.
-4!irlv lOn.iMMi wr hoiilit W 1 -l it
I'Linon purrly on their nirrlt. thr only
true uimllflratlnii that nVrldra talur.
io pro to mi tht? aTrtMit mem or
we will aend to your home
on of our lllch (finult Wf-SlKR I n
rlrhtn r I'hm r rianntt, HH nule Mtlr
IttO I with trrv murilc and ti'fts hrr to In-
ntmr 3 on how to oireratr tht I'luirr,
All we ntk Im that you axlvv It fair
trial, anil whrn ou dr4lle to keep It
Kr will miikc ynu
A SPECIAL LOW
ON EASY TERMS
No ohllgTatlon whatever If tou Him Mr
not to kct'ii It AM you nrfl do la no
tify us and wc will rail and take It
Hrnd for New Catalogue H.
WESER BROS. .T
litl Y. 'J.'l.l HI. (near nth Ave.)
OiMMi etHiilnas by ainiotntment.
Tel. t'hetsra l l 1.
BUY cresiit terms. Come to the
Lenoi where you do not have to ay
extra for it. Besides extending free
credit we sell nothing but real good
ton Men, Women
end positively obtlgt one-third
less than you pay elsewhere.
2274 3iAv. 7 w HTH St.
let, und a itMlh ".-t - i t Avi
Upio Until u ' Hi
Sale Mi ny Rare Bariaim
now aoing on I inErers Department
lionir oiii'iii'ieir nrntaiM
S. E. Cor. U b St., 3d Ave.. N.Y.
I Cur42d JJaLiil
WITH IM. BOILS
am kii.i rt 1 1 r 1 tfS .Mil
Began with bmaii boiis. uraaunjr
Moramol nrcpr. Phv:iria:i Ra?lrnV
-...f,-. . ..j-.-.-.. ...
mends Cotxura Soap' and Oint
ment. After Two Weeks Boils
Entirely Gone and Face Clear
2W Monroe St. tlronkljm. N Y. "1
DnntracUK a severe case of belli early In
the fprlng. and after finding home retr -dies
unsucccaaful. I consulted
my phairlan llcfore
doing ao I was djsfjc.urcd
hortihly with bWgt Iwlla ,
on the face. The trouble
began In the form of small
bolls, gradually haconilua an
larger and my physlclat7r
raid they wore raasotl by
bad blood. I asked him
If ho could preecrilxi any
thing which could remove the trom.le on
my face. Ho rts omnicndcd OtttleUTB Scp
to(bo used when washing and Ui apply
rutlcura Ointment at night before KtMggV
After ulng ( iiilcup.i m.hiii and "Intment
two weoka, Iht lulls wore entirety eon
and my face healthy ana clear." isi tnadf
BenJ. II. Jacoba. Nov. IS. I til,
The regular use of ("ullcura Soap fur .o 'et
and bath n it only tends to preaurVi', purify m9l
and beautify the ikln. kcalp. hair and hands,
but asstita In preventing Inflammation, irr1-
tatlon and clogging of t he pores, thn rommnD
caiLve of pimples, blackheads, redness and
rougbntts. yelltiw. oily, tnothy and other
unwiioleaume conditions of the akin. f'unV
rura Soap and Ointment are sold throughout 1
tht world. UbtraJ sample of each mailed
free, with 12-p. tklfl Ilotik. Address poet- '
card "OutleurtV Dept. T. Hoston."
eTem!' r-facd men should UBe CutiCABjaji -j
Soap Shaving Stick. W Sample free.
To-Day and To-Morrow
Solid 14-K A
Only a few yrwrN alto Urntlrnirn'N Ilia
mond Uatrhew toitllna- ! than T.tMl
to I o.tHi wert oiiIm-.ikI of. I'liev war
only unt il for iiumiiIiiii n intrnoMr'N.
atrrtajci- iiimu rntiltl not afford u t'arrjr
on , Iu-iImv ami Tn-inurriiw my nl.alt fh
tin in ul K 1 .". fwli ti Intrttdiirr our latrMt
ni Ur fiiirnt In thf nah Ii llnr to tht New
urk Pulilli-. It nam la en u'ln. of uludv
tit in cil in i In in at (hU iirlt-f. and tne
jcwellcm llirotiKhool the I nlletl Mate
are ull worked un u r mtr uvi rmn. It
i it. -ii ti- the ilium of I I it N nrr for otln
IK liolil Mil'. In- uhh it irciii.inas Ilia.
ipoiid ftiiiikm In Ihe lim k nf the PAaa wu
, Miitratlon aWovei. On: o'i.' I- thin: We
will ttell them nt 111. rmli with a tcuar
it of ft to refund vmir nmney Ir vim mm
lint one n- aoml for Ii - thnn JK.'t.'s.Ofl ar
I anv r.'i .ul ienellerm'. or fur leim than
ihi it any bulettale ie tetler. Tan
d H HI '' ullotted ' on to tn n n - anr
tet yon wUh.
W f it rsttiiuir, ui hi tt ain 1 tl5
:er itni. IM till Ii.mIi ma .t Uttltl yuK.iri,
No lim t tar li.ii JcHi u ify un in for
I utUliurUttHi lit buUllU ttl utlmlt It. v
lime blen iulltflttt i - ttulrii i o.nlilne fur
irftfi o hriiiK oiIh h bout ti ethoM teire
fine I. old Wutrlifs til in Ull el irui'lhis
io r orls. H nil, I the I iLiililce as aaa I ..ill
fitnl nnna h"t M aparitirfl nati hinak-
kfttiU IiHMi v.
,IMI leUltd I it
.i.ii batlu I i-K.
.litl oM'l l.-'. t,
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' ai -
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...an. un I., U ul, tl.. eenelrr.
Broa way, r.cn, York
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rorl ,t I'uasiiiwi '.,.. r m ouu
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lunsrtl rerlart, l0 lira, tvinun ihenri
i. . trsuriel a (-'hjron, htsi I'uirir.air.
e,u,i ir..-.. in a. .... la.ermeni i ....
HVMM. Tueaday ii l BLlgABITM
ii. . m;( Iiis'ks. aeloveil rfi of Jairi'i
Hynsa Slid Uaaalwar ut Mary J. and th;
Isib Jidin J. ntlaiti
Kuusral irom i.r un ratldtaet Mai
ii. iie.ti t av., w lodhai m, I. 1 ,. i .
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IM l.irua ilio a I ai. . "
I rtward. ajl w. 7 7iJu.
gt Bkotl ixijuliite a" "11 "ir 3
tf iht n t U ' J
IS vl afPa iv-in. rrvncii numw
ritlllVi ti ir,.,., iii 17:
ttif $2.98 I
I cWSkl1 : ' " Phims I
I 9 you'll odei .t Un L
I 5.1 el mmifV aonwii l.s.r ss.Tisl K
tM ,u llitll feathtri. Cuaia sod
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