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THE 1VENIKQ WORLD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1012
STORIES OF JEROME AND WALDO BOTH RULED OUT
Beit for Old People I
Prevents Waste of Tissue
that evening? A. I did lie
M fifteen minutes pant a o'clock.
tare fr In that room
rf A. Vfn h .
Ir atatc what oceurrad."
Brae overruled on nbject'nri
I whether or Dot you knew n ke i
telephones! to RoeeT"
Or arm lad on objection.
Did you hear tha defendant mention
the Initial "J. H.' on that oocaalonT"
Jit. Jerome waa prrmltted tn any he
had aaaa Becker go to the telephone and
till Be heard Hacker ask f. a number.
t that waa aa far as the defenae I
"DM you ... jr Becker aay: 'Rose, dn
vea kaow that y) cops are looking for
DM you hear h m call Jack Rose on
you hear him aay, 'No, you stay
at where you are until you hear from
JtftOMt IN THE POSITION OF A
Ad again tha District-Attorney's ob
jection was auatalned. Mr. Jerome was
la (h attitude of a dumb witness.
"Did you hear him say''"
H Court -Thin line of questioning Is
not relevant It must stop.
Q. DM you beat What Becker aaldT A.
"What did h saj-r'
Mr. Mctntyr sought tn argue.
'TBstr must be no argument," ruled
"Mar we not argue" began Mr. Mr-
"Hot another word." aald Justice
Ooff. "Ml wltneaa will step down." he
aid. when Mr. Hart, foiled In his line
at Bamlantioo. aald h had no further
This ruling of Justice Ooff wss a
Mow to the Becker defenae, aa
Jerome's testimony, If It could have
sea gotten before the Jury, would
bar been a body blow to Jack Boae'a
otrn story of tha telephonic convsraa-
Wtth Becker. The defenae Inter-
strenuous exceptions tn Justice
Ooff a rulings and so .wed Its regret
that Judge Jerome waa not permitted
to deny the astounding atory of Rose
POLICE COMMISSIONER WALDO
ON THE STAND.
Polios Commissioner Waldo followed
til format prosecutor on the atand.
Attar giving hi nam and title ha
WM asked :
"DM you detail the defendant to the
acroauj Arm Squad V
"To a special aujuad which waa called
.be Strong Arm Squad."
Waldo could not recall the date he had
gad the detail.
Q. What was th object of that detail?
A. To supprsew Illegal resort and row
dytsm la publlo places and In railway
Q. Dd you direct I.leut. Becker to
obtain evidence against Herman Rosen
thai. A. I directed him and others to
obtain evidence against Hosenthal
(J). It was stated that a policeman waa
stationed In front of Rosenthal's place
Waa that officer stationed there under
your direction' A. After the raid on
fteeenihal'a I directed that a man be put
In til viae and a man be placed to
watch tha place and suppress tha nu Is
aac. Comiretselcaner Waldo a poke In a big
booming volo that tilled the court room.
H spoke with careful and measured
BBOattkn. Becker did not once glanci
at Itia, former chief, keeping hla gas
UttWM on hla rotanaal.
Mr. Metotyr aaked whom Mr. Waldo
dlrooted to have Roaenthal' gamollng
"Jb Matruct'lons." said Ihe wliness,
'WorB 4ellvred to the Inspector In
charge of that district inspector
Q. Waa the officer stationed In the
Rosenthal place? A. Yes. and kept
ther from the time of the laid until
rOnder your rule did Becker have
aalaority to atatloa a man there tilm-
"Do you remember In Ihe early part
at IfU Becker aaked you ro tranafer him
out of tha special siiuad?"
"D'.i Becker ask you to t ik- him
from gambling work In that squad?"
Baffled at every turn, the drfense
askd bo further questions and t
waa bo cro-xamUiaUon by Mr
far tha mate.
TtU. LB OP satSXKIR'S ORDER
ABOUT TELEPHONE. -
Frank H, Huberts, superintendent of
th Belleclalre Apartments. win
UMker lived, waa called. Tliere ar
mtr occupied apartments l the build
lBV ha aald, each with a f.Nphone
ruBJUBC through the house swltchbuard
Ha knew Lewis Haywood, the negro
tetaphooo operator, who swore he had
coanected with Becker's telephone on
rha Bight of the murdar.
"Before July M did you not tall Hey.
erood not to make any 'phone calla
to the apartment of Bckrr"
"What waa saidr'
m Court: "You may aak the witness
U Varav'Was a conversation."
Mr. Mart then read from Heywood'a
testimony bl denial that Huberts had
given auoh an order.
0, What was aald between you and
Httayeed? A. I told hlin to dls'-ontlnuslhaas;.oer," and laughed. "Wo, Oharlsy,'
all aoaneotiona wttn rhe apartment of
J. Waa that before Bosenthal was
killed? A. It waa before Koceothal was
f sbss regarded this aa aa
. polat la vis w et the fact
had sworn he called
ap tn bis apart meata
Us mardsr, whereas Kuber'e
i had ordered th telephone
art to aaeke aaeh aUa.
wltneaa. In reply to Mr. Moss,
he telephoned to an Assistant Dla-
t-Attorncy and gave the naiiK;
negro phone operator It waa
drawn out by the prosecutor that
Witness had given directions to i is
operator not to connect anv one with
I M. at a rest ad articles ad
. tsrwill la The Wee-Id will be
lasted at The Was-M's Informs
I Sees Barsaa. PwMtser Bundle
OTflr. aerttiwest ee-
SaUh St. asat Br aad war I
Maries Offtre. B4S
IIMB St.. aad World's
Breeklya Offer. SOU Washing-
tea Breealya, for BO days
Hecker's i hone hermiir II. Vn- had
asked hlin to. Pecker had mud this re.
0.U4BI on the any before :he murder of
RoMlthal. Tlila waa juist what th
defense didn't want In bring out, aa It
; riiti(l la show that the prisoner ,h'l
Some Idea that ha Would he called up
nhmM the time of the murder. Tha
t.sllniony of the wttn-s wan a gral
'le-il In ttie nature of a boomerang.
BROTHER OF LUBAN IMPEACHES
Tim apartment house superintendent
was swiftly dismiss I mi l Alexander
f Morris l,tilan. the
convict mho testified for the Htut a
an 'Mc-witncxM to the murder, waa
Mr Part asked that Morrle I.uhan
be brought Into Court before li In HBO
man win sworn.
Q (lly Mr. Hart ) Where la your
business? A At No. S.5 Went llouaton.
I manufacture floe era.
"Waa your brother, Morrla, arreated
In It'll under an assumed name? '
"Were you In court when your
brother waa convicted In llrooklyn for
Q 1'ld you apatk to Morrla on July
Id. nil? A. Tea.
"DM yiu apeak of hla whereabouts
of the night before?-'
"Hid he say to you on July 1ft that
he waa with a artrl at the Victoria
Theatre on the night of tha lBlhr
Mr. Mart I aak permission to reoall
thia wltneaa for further crnss-egam-Itiatlnn
after I have laid a foundation
for these iiueatlons.
The Court denleil permission.
"Did your brother toll you he knew
none of the persons Implicated In this
mtiriler except Ham l.iul"
Q. What do persons aay about your
brothel's reputation for honeaty,
truthfulness and veracttyf A. It la
Q. Would you believe your brother,
Morrle I.utwtn, under nath? A. No, air.
"Ia he a fugitive from Justice In
Kings County and In HI. Louis?"
Mr Moss Kot from the witness, first
crack, that he had been convicted of
smuggling ami that he had k it off
with a 5U fine. That woe ull the
prosecution wanted of him.
Herman Uoodm.in. of Brooklyn, a
manufacturer of Mowers, said he had
known Morris I, an. one of the State's
star witnesses, for years.
Q thy Mr. Mart) Did you meet Mor-
rlf L.ub.111 on July IS. 1913? A. Yas, he
waa with me nearly all day. At 6
o'clock I left til ii In Eighth avenue,
and wan tc meet him at his brother's
home In linrnugh Park at t o'clock.
Q. Did you aaejat him titer? A. Yea,
after 11 o'clock that night, In Alexan
der Wuhan's house. I stayed there un
til 1 o'rlork. after midnight, and he
stsyeil there when 1 left.
l. Do you know othtr people who
know Morris Ushan? A Y.a.
U What la his reputation? A. Bad.
Q. Would you believe hint under oath?
A. No. sir.
Q. How do you nx that dato In your
mind? A. That wo the data I re
opened tny puie I met him that night
because he waa trylnn tn aell me a line
The w House waa croaa-axamlned by
Q. When did you first talk to Val
o'Farrell, the detective for the defense?
A. Iist Friday night.
Reporter Tells How
Becker Heard News.
Frederick II RaWlaf M Np. 514 Audu
bon avenue, a Reporter 'or the New
York Kvenlng Hun for four years, was
called. He said he knew Becker.
Q. Before July II did you gather news
concerning the Itosenlhal eplsods? A.
Yes, at PMiOt Hcadtjuurters.
Q. Where were nil when Rosenthal
was murdered? A. At Police Headquar
ter. I went to the Tlnica Square sub
way station, anl thence to the Hotel
Metropole, resch'.nu: therexat -M2 o'clock
A. M. I rcmalnel th re tiftiien nilnutea,
and then went to Broadway, near Forty-
third street. I rntcrrd a restaurant,
whure I telephoned to the Hun office, and
then called "Audubon -tkrW, IJetit. Hock-
er's apartment h lose. It was thsn III,"1" In front of Brldnle Wcibher's place
A. M. 1 failed to get a response. I
could not get connection with the apart
ments of l.:eu Beckt r at that time
through the apartment houssi switch
Q. Did yoa ever geePhlm that
Bight through the awltehboardt A.
I did BOt.
J What did you do then? A. 1 re
membered that I had Lieut. Becker'a
private phone number. 1 hurl K d to
th. Times llulldlng and called Audu
bon ZtS l.leut Becker'a private phone.
Mrs. Becker answered and called Mr
Barker. I aaldi "Chrly, hav yoa
beard the newef "What aawat" hs
aaked. "Merman Boeeathal has last
beea shot aad klllsd." X said. Thar waa
a momsnf pease. "What are yoa try
ing to dot1' he demaaded. "Kidding
met" I repUedt "Mo, Charley, Merman
hae been killed la front ef the Mateo
sol." Bokr saldi "Oh. yoa'vs get a
I replied. "XUstsm to me Barman
thai hae been klllsd. What have yon
got to say? X am working oa the
story aad want a statement from yoa.
What do yon kaow about ttt"
Becker aaldi "I don't kaow enythtag
about th murder, but X do kaow a
lot of thinea about Bonthal. X am
mighty eerry hs ha beea killed, be
cauae I had th good on him and waa
about to Show him up for keeps."
MEETS BECKER DOWNTOWN
AFTER THE KILLING.
q. Did you go anywhere and did
you see Becker? A Yes, 1 went to
the Wesl Kurty-sev. nth street ela
tion. Then I went to the Metropole to
meet Becker thrre Then 1 started
brick to the West Forty-seventh street
station At the Times Building I maw
Broker coming out of the bull !!ng TTi.it
w is about 3.3V o'clock A. M.
The wltneaa said he WSrksd with
Meeker to u newsstand, where Jiecker
.might a paper, looked over It and said:
You in e right."
Hawley went with Becker to the
West Forty. seventh street station
house and lef Bsrksr at the door. Iater
lit Joined Bfcker and about 4.10 o'clock
i hey bad breakfast.
The witness swors Bsoksr had
not beea eat of hla sight thai
morning for mor than Sea mla
atea at a time
They got breskfsst In a small reatau
rant on Seventh avenue. Then thy wlnt
back to th stetson house Becker skd
Uaa Witness hunst around th POM is
Q. Is I had your signature" (showing
: Kidman a typewritten document) A
Q. When you signed that paper dH
you swear to It? I did swear to II.
Mr. Moos- I offer this paper In evi
dence. The defense oble- led on Ihe g,inund
that It was not binding on th defend.
ant, Baeftaf, After examining Ihe dom
rrent Justice fl.of? ruled fbnt a portion
of It was admlsalhle as evidence to test
the wltfK aa to Ills ciedlblllty.
When Mr Moss sprang this typs
wrltn pper Barker beukoned to Mr.
Mclntyre to come out from hvtilnd the
eouimel table. The prisoner whispered
to Mclntyre several moments and then
k.u mm ... ..ii ..I., t .
uwau sill isoir.i "iiiniij Willi lil'iyu
nirj-ser. as ror tne wnaeas. nts race
turned purple and be began to splutter
The testimony of Ooodwln as given
on direct eXftmlnntlnn was highly Im
portant aa evidence that Morrla Luban
could not have witnessed the murder
of Hermnn Bosenthal After a lively
argument between counsel the prose
cution continued Its attack on th wit
STATE TRIES TO TANGLE UP
"Did you aay In thlp smdavlt," be
gan Mr. Muss, "I remember during July
going to the theatre twice, but I do not
romrmher whether It waa tha l&th or
"Yes," said the witness.
Q. If you did not remember then, how
can you come here and say you wars
In l.ui.nn's home on the ISthT A. I
have remembered since that the 1Mb
was the dsy I opened my store, and
that was the night I met Morris In
Q Did you not tell Mr. Minion, an
Assistant Dlstrlct-Attnrney, that you
had been to a show with Morris Luhan
on tha olrht of tha Herman Rosenthal
killing'' A. No, sir.
Q. Whom have you seen About this
rase elnce you made this affidavit on
Oct. 16? A. No one.
Here Mr. Hart deniimlnl that th
stenographer read the la I .piestjon and
The Court. -I do not think these fre
quent demands to have the stenographer
read these answers are well taken. Th
lury hears the questions snd answers
Mr. Hart-I beg Your Honor's par
don; I do not believe th Jury can hear
anv more than I can
The Court -Juror No. 12, do you hear
this witness' testimony?
Juror No. 12 Not all of It, sir.
Th Court You see, th Jury does
hear 1t all.
Th Stenographer The Juror says be
did not hear It all.
Mr. Hart That a what I maintain,
The Court Don't talk so much. Oo
on with your cross-examination.
V You told that to Alexander l.uban,
dI you? A. Yes.
Q. Did you tell Alexander luban what
you hsd slirned tn the affidavit. A. Nn.
Q. Did you tell any one that you had
had an affidavit In the I MsU lot-Attorneys
office? A. Nn, sir.
"That Is all," BaM Moss.
Q. (By Mr. Hart). Do you remember
whit day you went to tha District
Attorney's office nnd If ylnu signed the
paper on thstf day? A. Oct. 16. I think.
Q. "DM a messenger come to take
you to the District-Attorney's offlc?"
The question wss ruled out.
"Mr. Hart." objected the Court, "you
are wasting time. You are asking Il
legal questions. You have been admon
ished by th court twice and thkt Is
enough. I will send the witness from
Jertloe ot? waa thoroashly
angry . and tarsi eg to the wltnsss,
hs waved him away. Th wltasss
went gladly aad oa the rmav
station till o'clock.
q. At aay Mm yon were with
Seeker did Mrldgie Webber, Jack
Bo or Marry Tallon talk to Book
art A. Wot that I kaow of.
q. Waa the defendaat from the
time yoa Joined him. to the Ttela
Ity, at or near Webber's poker
rooms? A. slot that I kaow of.
Mr law ev .i in ii, , i o.ii ,i .. ....i..
al Intervals Becker I. ft him snd he lef I ,
liecker T!te witness went to a snlonn
tn lelephone ami B ker went Into Ihe
station house. Hawley always foutnl
Becker In the station house when he
went hack there.
The defense was striving In show that
me neicndint could not have met Jack
n um mornm ; nrter tne murder As
Hose, Weher und Vallon swore on the
q Then you were practically with
Becker from 3 lo I o'clock that morn-Ins-?
Q Dn you know Webber or Hose or
vallon? A 1 do not.
Mr Whitman ci oes-examlned Haw
ley. leglnnlng by nuiklng him admit
hi entire newspaper career bad been
in Tollcc Headiiuarters. He uld he
hnd known flecker Intimately for a
year and a half. Hawlev said he had
told til rlty editor of his tripe with
Becker, but admitted he had not told
Deputy Commissioner Dougherty, al
though he knew he was investigating
the cbdritiss nguliuit Becker. Mr. Whit
man i, Hacked Hawley In an efrort lo
get him to give the name of a single
person lo w hom he hud told this story,
and demanded to know why the reporter
hud not written Hie alory that lie had
been MNtlhUOUaly with Be-ekr Haw
ley said he had not done so because he
didnt know It waa Important.
"And you didn't know that would have
been one of the mnit Important stories
that could ha.v 'een printed In New
q. Why didn't you print that -lory?
A. Beoauae I didn't want th Dlatrict
Altornev in know whit I waa going
to testify to
Q So yu wouldn't tell the Dlatrlct
Attprnoy the truth became you didn't
want him to knuw the truth? A No.
Mr. Whitman then got rhe witness to
describe the West Forty-seventh etreet
q Did you go Into the Captain's room
that morning? A. 1 did
q Did you go into the Captain's room
before 8 o'clock. A. No. I did nol.
"Well, why didn't you.'" ) elled the
Prof cut or i
Mr. Mclntyre. sprang up and shouted
"I object to the M tnago of the District-Attorney."
cr . 1 Molntyr. "and
I object to his 'herring, contemptuous
tone. This witness Is a professional man
and a gentleman. He dlre to b
treated as such."
"I think the same applies to counsel
for both sides," said the Court, sar
castically "Mr. Dlsirlct-Attornsy, please
a One su Ceies Qatn in Tn nsej.
rati as One lau
Clerk Who Fled, but Has Returned
To Testify Against Lieut. Becker
1 Bk .
Mr. Mclntyre mumbled some nor and
sat down, whereupon Mr. Whlttian con
tinued 1n th same shrill tones that
annoyed the defense
q. Did-you go into the little corridor
leading Into the Captain's room of the
Waal Forty-seventh street station? A.
I do not recall.
PROSECUTOR SHOUTS MORE
QUESTIONS AT REPORTER.
"Isn't It true," Whitman shouted, "you
don't recall becauae you know 1 am go
ing to ask you next If It Is not true that
H ... ker waa In the Captain's room all the
Um and nut ot our sight?"
Her Mr. Mclntyr and Mr. Whitman
got Into another bitter debate, which th
q. (By Mr. Whitman.) Now do you
want to stick to your story that Backer
waa not nut of your sight more than
five minutes? A. I would Ilk to amend
Mr. Whitman Yes, if I were you I
would amend It. I was there, and you
know I know.
Hawley-He may have been out of
my eight more than I aald.
q. Was hs out of your sight aa much
aa ten minutes? A. II may have been.
q. Was he out of your slgiht aa much
as twenty minutes? A. II nffay have
q. Isn't it true there was an hour he
waa out of MUr sight? A. I think not.
q. What time did Becker get to the
Weet Korty-sevcn'.h street station?
A. About 4.1" A. Mi
q. (Angrily) Now. If the official re
ports of CiimtnlSHloncr Dougherty show
Becker got there at 3.3" A. M and you
say you gut there at 4. in. do you want
to amend your story that you were with
Becker all th time? A. No.
q. Waa the body of Herman Hosen
thal In the station when you got there?
A. I dn ant know.
"What, you a newspaper in.in and do
nut know whether the body woe there! '
sneered Mr. Whitman.
"You're going to strain n muscle In
your face." shouted Mr. Mclntyre, "If
you dun't stop sneering."
"I'm Kolng to strain a muscle In your
C-ae." retorted Whitman, and for the
flrat time alnco the trial opened, court
attendants had to rap for order.
CJ. Dldn t you testify that you didn't
k"ow b0F ' there?
A. I believed
It was there.
W. Where Old you go from the station
house when you first lelt" A. To the
q. Did Becker tell you that he would
meet you At the Times Square station?
A. No. I met him there by accident. 1
had been telophonlng for assistance.
As Witness for Becker
"Mr. Whitman tike the stand." or
dered Mr. Mclntyre.
"You are called as a witness by the
q. Were you In the station house
whtre Herman Rosenthal's body wah?
A. Yes, I got there at twenty minute
to three o'clock.
q Was Becker there? A. Tea, In
the captain's room,
q. Did you talk to hlin" A. I did
iWll the witness, lluwlry. there?
A. I do not know.
q. Were thuiii many people tliere?
A quite a few.
q. When did Bockar gut there. ? A. At
3 n A. M
q Who was then In command? A. I
(to not recall a BOU tenant
U Wlirre .IM Becker go? A. t ran not
Whan Henke'r got there wasn't Mr.
I '..:', i . ty In command? X. I presume
Q. How much of the time you were
there did you see Itecker? A. A very
short time. I was In the captain's njiom
when Keeker eame In. I was In that
room about two boors.
1 J When did you first go Into that
tisim? A. Atout ten minute to three.
1 was In anal out of that rouni asversl
g. The cantata's room was situated In
what relative poj.it n to t.'iv lieutenant's
desk. A. Southeast of It.
g. Where was itiMehthal's body? A.I
In the buck ..r the hulkllng. I
"How far from ehtt captaln'a room?''
The v'ourt This Is not material at all.
g. Did you see Ueuker examine the
murderers' car? A. I did not.
SAW BECKER IN STAT, ON
HOUSE AT FOUR O'CLOCK.
U t'sn you Ax the time you last eaw
Decker In the etatlon house? A .About
"Did you go to Rosenthal house la a
What's Good for Pa
i pa's Baby?
SC. MT Wis,'."
4- Ooutrh Diu.
q. You had an appointment with Beck
er? A. Tee.
q. Where? A. At the Metropole or the
Weet Forty-seventh street station.
"And you mel him at Forty-third
etreet and Broadway?"
The witnees retraced hi steps with
Becker to the West Forty-seventh street
The prosecutor took him over every
Inch of the ground and then aaked:
q Did Becker tell you that ha had
any business In the West Forty-seventh
street station? A. No.
Mr. Whitman forced the witnees to
admit that he had only aeen Becker two
or three minutes of the several hours
the defendant had spent In the station
house. On redirect examination the
witness swore lin ker had not been out
of hla sight for more than five minutes
at a time.
This finished with Reporter Hawley
and a recess waa taken.
FIGHTING CROWD ON HAND AT
A shouting, fighting mob gave battle
to the police guards posted In front of
Justice Ooff's cnurtrom this afternoon
and for fifteen or twenty minutes there
waa a wild melee In the main rotunda
of the building. During the recess
hour the police pickets had released
their vigilance and hundreds of men
and women drifted Into the building
and forced then- way up the stairways
to the floor on which the tribunal
Is situated. There didn't seem to be
any one In particular In charge of the
police at this time and the csewd was
permitted to grow until It blocked even
Th jam waa such that whan an
effort waa mad to clean tha way to
the portale of the courtroom, the po
lice were thrown back again and again
while the morbid hundreds surged for
ward and pressed their way Into the
vestibule. The situation then called
for st.-ong arm methods und they were
used with the result that ther waa
stampeding and tlghtlm; In evary di
rection. This kept up almoht until
the moment Justice Ooff arrived back
from lunch with hla bodyguard.
Justice Ooff was It minutes late, tak
Inu the bench at 2.S7 o'clock, and Charles
Monahan was called as the first witness
of the afternoon for the defense. Mona
hun Ik head of the mailing department
In the New York orl l. in charge of
circulating the paper. Thhe first edition
of The World came from the presses,
he said, st LIB A. M. on ths morning
of July 18. and was placed nn sal at
llrooklyn Bridge at l.U). Ther waa no
q What hour was that? A. About 5
o clock In the morning.
U. Whet wa Becker then? A. I
did not see him at all at that hour,
q- Bar yoa promlesd J aak
Boae Immunity from proaeewttoa
If he would testify against Beck
er? A. X her BOT.
Q Wa ther a stipulation
signed to waloB, yoa war a paart
aer? A. Thar wa.
"Dote that stipulation promlae Rose
"Will you. produce the stipulation?"
q. Have you the stipulation concern
. ,Ur!di" Webber. Vallon and
q. Win you produoe themf A. Yea
"Will yuu send for them?" aaked Mr
q. Did you receive th confession writ
ten by Jack Hose? A. 1 hav a papsr
bunded ii i e by Ho.
No EXTBA CaUiaS FOB IT.
aesriemiis aw Tks Wert gear as left st
sii( Aseenctu iHsuiti Min mat soke at Uu
58 vu i: m
WH I you produce It?"
"Did Jack Bos hand you a paper on
which was written hie connection with
the murder of Herman Boaenthal?
Th Court Kxv'luUed
"I as r'i. Mr. Whitman. N produce-
"t'nleaa directed by the (MM I de
ellne la do so."
"I ask the Court to direct."
Sullivan Takes Stand
to Give Lie to Rose.
Mr. Whitman did not ere to cro
examlne himself, and the defense rolled
Its star witness. Jack Hulllvan. whose
real name le Jacob RICH. There waa
none of th dapper dud In this thlck
ehouMered, runty prlseflghter. king of
Sullivan aat himself down n the
edg of th chair as If he feared the
back of the chair would burn him.
1'erched In thle manner he threw out
hla aquars, blunt Jaw and began chop
ping out hie answers In thick chunks.
There wa non of the Rose or Hrhepps
polish about this witness, and his atti
tude th exact opposite Of grace and
fAAtldloasneaa. IT wore a new blue
suit, which fitted htm like a oa. a low
turndown collar and a etrlped neck-
Whiu Sullivan waa starsMna? behind
tbe Jury box waiting to tah the stand
Mr. Mclntyre argued lota for the Hose
confession. Justice Ooff flnlly ruling
that M. Whitman might produce It If
the defence agreed to put It In evidence.
"Jacob Abraham Rich" Sullivan gave
ai nls real name, with hla age aa thirty
three. "I live at No. MO West One Hundred
and rorly-thh-d street." he aald. "For
the. past twenty-five years I have been
In the newspaper business. I sold pa
pers for fifteen years and for ten years
worked for The World. Journal, Ameri
can. Mall and Olobe. For thre years I
have worked for the Curtis Publishing
Company. I founded Ihe Newsboys'
Home In lt05. Fifteen per cent of the
newsboys htve no home, and I ant
to make flood cltlaenis of them. We bull:
an tSO.ODO bom for them. I raised th
money" The Court This Is excluded.
"How did you make your living as a
The Court Excluded.
"When did you lake the name of Jack
Th Court Excluded.
q. Do you know. Rose. Webber. Val
Inn. Srhepps and Becker? A. Yes.
q. How long have you known Rose.
Vallon. Webber and Hohepps? A. Eigh
q. How long have you known Becker"
A. Seven year.
q. Wheire did you see Becker on July
IS? A. I went to the fltrhts at Madison
Sipiare Garden with a friend Of mm.,
a newspaper man. Deacon Terrv. As
we went tn net a drink we saw natcaer,
Then I cme back and sat in a nn
next to Sa llmarns and QcortN M
Cthan. After the tights were over my
friend. Deacon Terry, and 1 started
out. W met Becker and went over to
the Prince TJeorte Hotel, where we h id
A lot of drinks.
q. Before you met Becker on that
night did you meet Deputv Assstant
District-Attorney James L Smith? A. I
q. Do you remember dining with hint
tiiat night? A. Not that night, but I hnd
dined with him before then. I went to
the theatre with him. too. wit hhls wife
and tny wife.
Sullivan said he got to the Truce
Oeorge Hotel et 11.46 o'clock and sat
down with Bex-ker and Terr.it They
talked prise fighting for a while. Then
Becker took Terry to the Hudson Ter
mtnAl nt Thirty-third etreet In Col.
dlernbcrgher'e car. Hulllvan told of
ri ling with Beaker down t the World
ofllcc and back to Forly-socond street
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Children eat it eagerly, because it is pure chocolate all
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well aa removes the evils that come from clogged bowels.
Never causes griping.
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BUTTERCUPS01..u,.-k. PEPPERMINTS ,., of wllol,
neisslBgl f Bars rystalllsd sugar, some rream, with a really new pepuer
uUlew shaed. with aa eirentlunally mint flavor, roverst! br a
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CH0C0UTE COVERED COCOA- SMOOTH JORDAN ALMOND
NUT ROYALS IHrr-V- eeeeenut. t arge eneel Jurdan Alinonda. amolb
of rardelllesnes. Our sa uuresl sugar. Our regular O ST
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OFfrErUiNL.S) tOR I ivIDAV A ! D SATURDAY
C d t e r of
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aura. wbolafuBSIS mJ dtJol .
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All oar store, oneo Saturdai
MILK CHOCOLATE COVERED
Rip Maraschino Cherrlaa, se
lected for thalr luadouanaaa,
floating In their natural luloei
lnatd aa outer blanket of our
Pramlum Milk Chooo- aa.
UU. POUND BOX 3lfC
Th Court I decline to n n
the grotfnds that It was offered Tlnce
by the State and declined by the de
fense. Mr. Mclntyre then demanded the
stipulations and the Hose confession
and reserved the right to recall Mr.
Whitman for further examination
"Call Jacob Ilelch. ulbis Jack Sulli
van." ordered Mr. Mclntyre,
and Sixth avenue.
"Perhaps." Intirvlew Mr Mclntyre
"1 should state ,o the Court at this
time thai this wltneaa Is under Indict-
ment for murder for the same crime.
wttn h, h the defendant In this case
COURT ADVISES WITNESS OF
HIS LEGAL RIGHTS.
"In view of this statement," said
Justice Ooff. "I must advise the wit
ness that he need not answer any
ihevtlon put to him that would In any
way Involve him as a participant In
this crime. The Court advises the wit
nees that he may refuse to answer
ojucstlonH without stating the reason
"In view of what th Court has
"aid," asked Mclntyre, "are you still
willing to testify?"
"I certainly am. sir"' returned Sulli
van In a rolce thut was little fainter
thnn a shout.
The Court Has the witness counsel"
A. Y'es, sir.
q. By Mr. Mclntyre) When you got
off th auto In wht direction did' Bfcker
go? A. Toward Broadway.
q. Did you sec him analn dial night?
Tbis waa In direct conflict to
th teetlmoay of Bon, Vallon and
Webber that Hulllvan wa with
Becker when they oonferied after
q. When next did you see Becker? A.
In Mr. Hurt's office next day.
y. Next? A. In the counsel room Bl
Q. Did you fee Webber, Hose nnd
Vallon there? A. Yes; In the conns, '
room, but their cells were helow mine.
q. When did you first got them? A.
I saw Wabbe nn July M Jn the ex
ercise hall In the Tombs. Sam Paul
una with him. Wabbor spoke first.
q. Let me Carry you hack. Did yoa
have an appolniimmt with Bohepp In
the Oardon Restaurant on July is. A.
No; I had agreed to meet Ram and
some nwpapr men there.
"Where wen you 0 nthe niKht Rosen
thal WAS kllliHl?"
The Court Kxcluded.
IN WEBBER'S PLACE ON NIGHT
Q. Were you In Brldgl Webber's
place? A. Yes. 1 was there looking for
Ham Paul H wasn't there it .vas
nearly I o'clock and I started to the
Lincoln to find Paul. I go I to li.iiie,.
m Cohan's Theatre to get u nin. of
q. What time Wa that? A. FI.e
minutes to 2.
q. Then whnt did you do? A Well,
when I had my aoda. see. thp boy who
WBO served me niy soda was Standing
utslde. see. and I aald, "Hny, you COItlS
back in here or some one will steal th'tt
ash register, see!' Den I see a big
crowd runnln' toward the sCstmpolS, see,
so I takes my sparkler outer my Me;,
see! 'cause you see I knowe.l dAt eroA'd.
I walked slowly Hnd I got In between
he crowd. I tried to shove my way in
and DaVO Mendelsohn, the outside n
for Wehher, got In my way.
"I tried to push my way fhrmi - i the
crowd and an 'officer stopped I
kept on shoving and I yuld: I'm a news-
(Continued on Fourth PatoJ
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POI ND mix VW
ltn rery enliiK until 11 u'clork.
evnilna until II n'elee
5 ia? Wmti
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prevents excess waste of tissue in the
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riRors of winter. It is g.-ntle, invig
orating and stimulating. Induce re
freshing, nerve-soothing sleep. Makes
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