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"WHITEY" LEWIS FOLLOWS "GYP" ON STAND;
ACCUSE WEBBER AND VALLON AS SLAYERS
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" Circulation Books Open to All."
' Circulation Books 0ci to All."
PRICE ONE CENT.
WOMAN KILLED IN AUTO
WRECKED AT 100-FT. CUFF,
WITH FINDS, FAMILY SAY
Police Hear Several Versions'
of Accident to Young Wife
of Merchant Reid.
JEWEL ROBBERY DENIED.
Car Owner, Who Had Gems,
Released Two of Party
Conflicting stories were told to
the police to-day regarding the death
of Mrs. Anderson Reid of No. 275
Clinton avenue. Brooklyn, the young
wife of an elderly Brooklyn candy
merchant, who was killed by the fall
of au automobile over a hundred
foot enio-jukran at Highland Ter
race. Hnpolilyn, last night. She waa
In the company of Michael Rosen
thal of No. 79 (Inind street, Brook
lyn. John Jiourke of No. 147 Han-
eeok Btrcet. William Crook, a cotton
broker, and Kdward Brady, all un
gggrricd young men.
Mr. Reid via' known to her friends ;
"Sunbeam" and as the red cheeked,,!
laughing cashier of the oimdy stain! Just '
Inside the entrance of 1. ma l'ark, Coney I
Island; her face was familiar to thou
sand of New Yorkers. Shit wan twen-ty-ieveu
years old. Her husband, who
ha a store at Fulton and Court streets,
Brooklyn, under the name of Anderson,
another st the Turk Circle and Is the
candy I IlllOeotlnnnlrO at t.una l'ark. Is
Bfty-seven years old.
HUSBAND DECLARES HE SANC
TIONED WIFE'S OUTING.
When called on the telephone at his
Fulton street store last night and t' Id
that h'S wife had been Killed In a ear
betonirtiii! to Michael ltosentlial, Mr.
Hold suld he did not know KoBcnthal
and did not know that hi wife was
away from home. He hurried home and
111 no prostrated that he was put under
J care of a trained nure by he phy- j
fjtclan. Through nil friend, Coroner's i
Physician Hartung, tu-day he Issue'l this
"I knew thst my wife expected to go
rt last night. I always had confidence
her and she went out us she ph ased.
Her going out last night was all right
atd had my sanction. She w as a womun
SJf such character and good sense that
I would trust her anywhere."
When the automobile backed over the
bsnkmenX and fell, Mrs. Held nek
broken and her skull wma frao-
The paaoengara uf a trolley car
was etopped after the crash ran
to the place and found Rosenthal and
Hourk, somewhat daied, bending over
Mm Ke.de boily. They aleo reported
that they saw two other men running
away When the two young men were
tafesn to the police station they at tlrst
rstfueed to give their names. A charge
art homicide was made against them.
While they were being questioned
Mrs. Susan Ward of tlraveaend and
Miss Mabel Ki'lth. sisters of Mrs. Raid,
arrived. Rosenthal addressed Miss
Frith as "Mabel,' and begged her not
t say anything In the presence of the
police. She turned her back on htm.
ROSENTHAL HAD DEAD WOM
Miss Frit asac.1 what nad he-ome of
sir 4 Ui i'n jewesy, wni h sh-- gjwoya
sore in prolUMon. The matror, who
ha i lonrtiiod the cody, told her noni
bad been found. Miss Frith left the
ata'.on v y much iiicturbad. Later
th jewelry was found in Rosenthal's
pc -ket and an ad lltlnnal charge of
grand larceny was made against hint,
The apartment of the UeldH was I"
char.,- of Miss Krith to-day. 8ht Issued
a succession of stat-ciients on behalf of
First '.-he sad tiiat she. and her aist-.-r
had known all but one of the young
nan In the automobile for year, an'!
that ihey met frequently, having at
tended school In Williamsburg together
be told of an old neighborhood party
reunion which Mis Held attended at
Cypres Hills last night, refusing to
give th names of the hosts. Mm. Held,
who hd been 111 with grip for u week,
she ald, became VMM at the party,
and Rosenthal and hi friend, arriving
! an automobile b had Just bought.
(onrrlsht. t12. bTh( I'res r-ubllahlag
Co. (tin Ne
GIRL DEAD IN TUB
Telephone Calls Add to Mys
tery in the Case of Bos
'Speelal to Til Bsentng World.)
BOSTON, Nov. M.-The body of Mor
Jorle Q. Powers, a stenographer em
pioyed by the Arthur T. Cummlngs
produce firm In Faneull HaU Market,
was found In a bathtub In a room of
the Revere House this afternoon par
tially submerged In water.
Miss Towers went to the hotel yester
day with a man and the couple were
registered as Mr. and Mr. Davie.
Several times this morning some one
called on the telephone for Mrs. Davis,
and the bell hoys getting no response
.1 the room one of them nnallyi climbed,
out on the roof adjoining the apartment
oenrpied ty the woman, and looking In
saw tho body In toe tub. They notified
The polio late this afternoon took
Arthur T. Cummlngs, her employer, to
Headquarter for a questioning.
BONUS TO BECKER JURORS
OF $50 EACH, IS ORDER.
Justice Golf Awards Extra Cash
lor Eighteen Days of Ex
The Jurors who served throughout the
Becker trial will receive. In addition to
their fees, a bonus of flfty dollars each,
City Chamberlain Moore received from
Supreme Court Justice GolT to-day war
rants calling for this payment. As the
jurors served eighteen duys, for which
they will receive the regular stipend of
gSH the rate being two dollars a doy
they will each now get from the OOttbt)
for their services ISO In all.
There are several precedents for Jus
tice loft's action. in the 'poultry
case," when the Jurors served tlfty
days, Jtiettce OofT ordered that they be
given s bonus of $400 each, while In the
Cummins trial. When th Jurors erved
thirty days. Justice Davis directed that
they be rewarded with i200 each, above
their statutory fee.
offered lo take her home. Thl state
ment was made after two young mn,
uppossd to be Brady and Orook, hau
been in consultation with her for some
As to the Jewelry, Miss Frith said
to-day that Rosenthal's action In taking
It for safe keeping was entirely proper
I and that the family felt that it was as
secure in his hands as though it had
been already returned to them. They
were grateful to him for taking car of
it, she said, and would prosecuts any
one who said they wert behind the
grand larceny charge.
NOT CERTAIN SISTER WAS AT
CYPRESS HILLS PARTY.
Later Ml Frith told reporters thai
the did not kisow whether her ltei
had hi en at the Cypress Hills parly 01
not. She did know that her sister had
gone out for a ride, intending to go t
the party, but thought periiaps she ha. I
felt that a long ride In the f res i air
1 would bt better foi her, She would not
say Mfhere Mrs, Held got Into the auto
mobile, but thought she might have
' tRtered It at her own doorstep.
t Rosenthal ami Rourbe were released
I from all charges by Magistrate Nash
In the New Jersey Avenue Court to-day
gftei brief hearing In trhl h they made
no defense, it was re all",) In court
that Rosenthal was upset with everal
women, whose names were BOnesalsd,
In a new motorboat on Jamaica Hay last
ummer. There wort no fatalities at
PANAMA c.tM.tJ, CRlltKS.
Ticket. nswisllOD ud laUeet lafurmatlo ii
M.I. UNES at THK WORLD TH.WJfiL
bcm &,.' U: "Is. ECSL VStft
IN ROOM AT HOTEL
RICH MAN QUIZZED
TIED TO HIS NOSE
Visiting Surgeons See Result of
Remarkable Operation at
DEATH HAS NO FEARS!
Experiments Show That Life
Can Be Restored After Ap
At th Preebyterlan Hospital thl
afternoon Dr. Clarence A. McWIUlams,
before sn audience of surgeons from the
Clinical Congress of Surgeons, exhibited
a man wearing a new nose made out
of his ring finger.
The patient had had his entire nose de
stroyed in an accident, so that there
was not the least bit of bony support
left to build a new nose on. The patient
could not get any work lo do because
of his appearance. When he applied
to the hospital some weeks ago for
relief Dr. McWllliam told him he could
have a new nose If he was willing to
give up a finger. Tim patient assent. k!
and Dr. McWIUlams went to work.
He rtrst removed the nail from tbe
ring finger uf the left hand and had
the patient put up hi finger to his
nose and lay It along the length of It
Then removing the skin of the finger
that lay next to the face he aewed It
to the face, flesh, bone and all. The
arm wo then set In a plnster of Farts
cast, o that It would not move. It
wns kept In the cast for twenty-one
AMPUTATED FINGER, AND LO!
IT WAS HIS NOSE.
on the Hecond day the arm went to
sleep entirely and all sensation. Includ
ing pain was gone. On the twenty
first da) the doctor amputated tha
linger at the place where It Join the
hand. Til second and tiilrj Joint then
formed the bridge of the noe, while
the first Joint, which was bent back
kogrard the face, formed what corre
sponds to the bony underpart of thi
nose between the nostrils. The opera
tion was concluded to-day, and declared
Tho doctor assti'-ed the patient that
by the time he grows a mustache un
der iiis replaced nose the difference be
tween :he finger-noes and any other
nose will not lie in the least notice
able. Dr. failtnn Wallace gave an exhibition
of his skill st the Polyclinic Hospital
He performed au operation for con
genital hip d lee age. Dr. Wallace I one
of the leading exponents of the new
echool of orthopedic surgery. Ho 1
consulting surgeon st the Hospital for
Crippled and Ituptured Children, the
Home for Cripples on Henry street and
the Children's Hospital at Fort Jeffer
son, t I. He bus accomplished some
of th most remarkable cures known
to surgery In the way or restoring hope
less cripples He first won fame by
starting "Smiling Joe" on the road to
reoovery at the Sea Hree.s Hospital.
Bringing thoe who sre apparency
dead from gas, chloroform or shot k
back to life wae the Interesting exhibi
tion given at the Fordham l.'nlversity
before another audience of surgeons
from the Congress. The subjects ret ...
mice and other animals were all
brought to a state of apparent desth by
gas, chloroform or shock.
Another use of rats and cats lo the
human race when used as subjects of
scientific Investigation v. as exemplified
in a talk and demonstration at the
toekefeller institute bv Dr, John Mer
lin before some of the visiting sur
geons, lie demonstrated how the body
of a eat whose head had been entirely
cut off was kept gllvt and funotiOAlng
In many parts almost nori, ally.
HEAD TAKEN OFF, BUT HEART
BEAT THE SAME.
The c.i t was tlrst deprived of all pis
slbl'lty of feellnif any of the things
that wore Jone to It b) rtrt giving It
ether. Then t lie wind-pipe wa ut
and air pumped artificially Into tlu
iunas. Then the backbone wa-s tlgnriy
conipr -ASed. and soon after severe.!
'lorn all coune tlon with tile brain
After thst the entire head was OUI nfl
Rut Die in ai l an I lung kept on Beat
htg and funetloningi as if the .at were
onl asleep, with all of Its personality
Intact. It was pointed out that the ex
periment was of great value in the re
search int.. the fun turning of the hu
(FOR RACING SEE PAGE 24.)
YORK, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14,
Gyp the Blood" Sketched in Court To-Day,
And "Whitey" Lewis Who Also Testified
w h tntv inn' isete - wtc.s
''..iiH injMli KM
jM.)a .. j... . tijrpwsKSH jawnvises naaeaHse HSS'i sss .x
TURKEY'S PLEA FOR PEACE
IS CONSIDERED AT SOFIA
Arrangements Made to Present Proposal to the
Bulgarian Cabinet Fighting Halts at Chat
alja, but Continues at Other Points.
HOFIA, Hulgarla, Nov. 14 -The Turk
ish requests for mediation wa presented
to the Uulgarlan Premier this sftr
noon by th Ministers of th Ureat
Powers Premier (Juetrhoff promised to
submit It at headquarters Immediately
and also to confer on the matter with
the Cabinets of th allied Hslkan na
tions The text of the note follows:
"The Ottoman (lovernment hsvlng ap
proached the Great Power of Kurope to
ask their mediation, me are iharged to
Inquire of Your Exeellency If Bulgaria
Is disposed to accept this mediation, and
If so to what conditions her acceptance
will be subjant."
LONDON, Nov. ki With th Turkish
armies beaten In evry battle during the
forty day' war and now behind th for
tinrattons st Chatalja defending the
capital of the empire, the Ottoman Gov
ernment has appealed to Hulgarla for
an ermittloe pending the Opening Of ne
gotiations for peace, a cording to an of
flclal despatch received from Const m':
DOPle. What terms, If any. Turkey has
proposed tave not been disclosed. They
HlUati however, In the opinion of d . lo
in. its, be unlimited If thev are to prove
acepinble to Bulgaria. With the last
defenses of Constantinople slni ,st In h -r
hands, she Is unlikely to conssmt to any
armistice tXOapl on OOndltlOOt giving
her full mllttsry advantage
Tnrksy will base th. aupport of th
nropcaa Fowers la her reqnat for a
oessstlon of hoetlllUes. Th rprn-
tatlvea of th vartoas natlone at Bona
bar aow racslvsd full Information re
garding th proposal of mediation and
, thy bold a meeting at noun to-day to
dlsonaa th inctbod to be adoptad for
' making th comunnlcaMon of th Tur
kish reansat to th Bulgarian Cabinet.
I riie ermlotlca aj,kei for by Turkey
will only affect tn flglitlng at the C'ha
talja fortifications, while the tp th
European Powers have taken baa the
object of putting a ,., ,,, lh, war
all pnrt f tM, H.ilkan PenlMUHk
Until the Powers lUOOeed in lnflueno
mg the allies n the dlraotlon of peac
the figh ing at Adrtanople, IfonaJUr,
Sssntsel and In Other
portions of Tur-
i vast Duropean dominion win
no matter how Hulgarla r .-
appeal mad., by KUtmll
While, therefore, Turkey' recognition
of the realities has smoothed the path
of diplomacy, as It wlil if Bulgaria
hold her hand, and will r. suit In Con
stantlnoph, ti. tygrnedellei and per
iiaps Mm other pails of hr Kurope m
posg.lons being left (0 her and pr..
venting a si ramble for them by the
powers, there or still sum. tertous
question to be deult with Among
these are notably those of tbe position
of Albania and of the Servian Mlb tlon
to have a port on the Adrian - gag
The Albanians are taking st,
nieir cuumry UiUeisiii, m. ,,,(
beldes p I blinking it p.ocnmut'in of
autonomy the Albanian Ngtionnilai or
gaalsatlon has issue. i proteal against
any attempt In Interfere nith lbs fr... -
ii. on anu iniognty 01 ihs oou .try.
orgnnlnatlon also make m ,
ihut lbs Morvlani hovt aecrttly
aire.i an to.. Aioanian prieonefi t wai.
A to the Adriatic, which, gccordlng
to a report frutn Alesslu to-day, th.
rlervlaiia have not yel inched. Inert
no otiiciai change either In tha .uii i
Itgllnn or the lorvlno attitude.
The tell.lenc.es of tile pow'ers to re.illge
a h other s inleresla make the outlook
Ven more hlipefui to-'l.-iv, however,
e-pe. tally In v iew ,.r Ituaala't dstsrmlna-
Uon r.ot lo go to war gboul Ihe mailer.
It Is thought that a Buropoag confer
mice Will find a w.iv out of tht Uilll
cultle presenting hems-iv. s
gANCf sldlin.l li, I, .in ixjz.
Pseisd n M!d cart , us and e,j auaaat
sad t tj iaii. al snail 4 Cwlit o. t.l
1912. 24 PAGES
Doughert)' Tl'!I How Gang
Was Shadowed on His
A description of a form of robbery
which has become common on the Knst
Side, known an stlcklng-up a elder
tube,' was given by a victim In tha
Aldarmanic polios investigation tnli
afternoon The wltnaai u Mr. Anni
sugar, who, it is charged In th im
davlts of Hire convloto now doing
time, was the subject of a robbery In
situated by I WO detectives
.Mrs. Sugar described how three armed
men SO tared hsr Plane, rubbed her n1
employee and two customers and
;seae-d. "he sai l :ie met a policeman
outside. In uniform, snd polmed out the
fleeing thieves, but he refitted to purs le
them, saying bt was off duty Consid
erable of the inquiry w.i used m sn
I tlforl to show that the pollosman was
s protected by a station hoUM entry
I he ent.i. session was i onsuined in
pioblng II..- VhargaS if the three .on
vb i thai i wo atlootivoi arranged
robbery foi them and then t treated
idem for the purpose of gaining pro
motion CRAY TELLS HOW ROBBERS
WERE ROUNDED UP.
The tlrst w.tness untied Ihli after
noon wat pojloa l.ieut John .1 Orgy,
'i in- rmtttm inbtn jp was me ntMnvltti
rend yagtordgy, of thr unvlctt doiic
tin.., m wht'ii fho chnrged, that tiny
Wert 'framed up :. two detectives
Cray told of hearing thai "Holt 'h
it irojlor ' and "Pisti." ii.d oai aped from
the i lii! iii. i ula I l.i n K robbery and of
starting i" look for mem. il loomed
that tin' msn had h, en grreitod thai
same uigiit Mar-n IS. in a raid on at
opium joii.c Two dj.s inter, nt idem,
ilea them in IVom Hidt Coart
A man ' ray had never een hrfor.
(Continued on Loot Page.)
HELD UP WOMAN
AIDS CONVICTS IN
AMONG THE GANGSTERS
"Gyp" and "Whitey" Lewis Take the
Stand and Swear Rosenthal Was
Shot by Vallon and Webber,
Aided by a Stranger.
USE SAME LANGUAGE
IN DESCRIBING MURDER.
v- t-lty it u L
Shooting and Didn't Ride in Gray
Auto," They Swear to Jury.
H.irr, Hurmvii', knpwtl ;is ' (iyp HN WsWd," and "Whitey" Lewis
went on the witn.es vtainl m-tiav at the trial of the nuiiineii lor the mur
der of Herman HommuIi.iI. Both wore hetore Justice Irofi and a jury
in extraordinary term ol the Supreme ('oiirt truit they had seen the shoot
ing hut had taken no part in it. Ihey declared they were not armed
and did not ride in the "murder auto."
"Gyp," who went on the stand tirst, declared that the actual shoot
ing was done by a stranger they had seen in "Hridgie" Webber's place,
and by Webber and Vallon. "Whitey" backed him up. They accounted
lor their presence at Webber's by declarinc, they had gone there to give
"Jack'' Hose a chance to "square" himself on the charge made in the un
derworld that he aided in "tramnig up" Jack Zelig.
Not in the history of criminal trials in this country have so many of
licers of the law been detailed to set up barriers against the morbidly
curious and check the scramble to reach a trial room. Fully one hundred
men of various squads and details were posted in the building at the re
quest of Justice doff, who evidently fears that vmie sort of violent dem-
OtHt ration may be made bv the underworld before the trial is concluded
SCENES 01 RIOT AT SOON RE CUSS.
In snite of all these precautions there were scenes of riot within
and without the building just before the resumption of the trial after te
midday recess. I ItHan RosentWff, wite of ltty Louie, was mobbed as
she was leaving a restaurant across the street from the Tombs, and a
force of reserves had to lie summoned to protect her. This squad was
drawn from the Criminal Courts Building forces, and they had no sooner
gone outside than another mob charged in through the White and Frank
lin street entrances.
TO SAVE ACCUSED
Strong; Effort t' Prove an Alibi
for One of Six Men Charged
W ith Brutal Act.
NORWAIalC, 0 Nov li
the dofongt to pfsttt an i .
i-.r M ini
" -". "e nisi or in s no il c'i irg, ,
with Lining Minnie Lgvalle) tVeal
ClarfcitWId laat Augusl la romt la irinL
oncitpled moel of iodny'i i our! session.
men Welsh's mother, Mrs. nllee
Weloh, and a ooualn, Maurice Weigh.
.esctlej th.u Kmest Welsh a at home
i in- cycling the tarring took plane,
A few Witness.- eie . iil,. to lestlfv '
regarding the l.ivaliev i 1 s reputation ',
ei.- .i.. . . . ..
wmvmwm .--.-i . i ie egoruv
after in o'clock, Toe proneetttkM og
umltlel tea Witnesses .1, le'illtu'. Dm
r whom .i Berths tirnnnnman, the
twoetbetrl of Krnem Welnl Tin i rot -ecu
Hon song', i to break down iVelah'i
aiibi by auogtlwtng her. 'mi although
sn,. almost fainted, she refused to an,
s.i.- itTlrmnllvtly m quiai f
Welsh had not ml. her tboul the i n
party and sail mat tht "buys wore
11'lu n court vvas resun.i 1 m the after
noon the Jury wae HOUted nil t was
announced that argumenta will be be
gun to-morrow morning.
IN TARRING OF GIRL
PRICE ONE CENT.
,w M Will Ill-ill
ni 111CU, J1U AH u
women rushed the alaas
)s .mi strove to fight their
i "e rot in:, la. Ther
Ing throughout th
hi teen n-liiutee the
state of hesUam
was sporadic fight -corridors,
building waa In a
I I W .. ,,,,, I
'apt Tlemey organised a erle of fly.
Ing weds, and altered the crowd
like, sheep, then tod .olid line of
mem at every aver.ue of Ingree. that
or.lrr was reotorod and the way cleared
'or those ho had buelnese to th
OOU! U oom to enter.
CUNMAN'3 STORV OF THE KILL
ING NOT WELL TOLD.
Oj-p th. Blood wa not what coul 1
be CtJIed a graphic w!tn. . In his dire t
i. in Mttvt .f the killing of Hernia i
vseuiiia: ov Hsirv Vallon.
o. oeen occasionally
referred to in
both th. and
Ho- lle.-ker -r si as
III MM v of how K. i
I.ftv .oil,, jni Uhli.v k.i
" '" ! to t!,e ..ivelnent
i ,. V i roll,.!.. I, .
oon spina tort, and
vt it oed the rourd- ,
V,M i, M,., ,,
' "I-' ' I I- tVnhle, counsel for tfet
mntsn, had t. lend tno gunmen evry
il" 11 "; 1 ' way, .nil was frequeni .
' 11 1 ' ' ' oui f hi iiueotlon-
UM 01 i' ,- idlng nature of hit
i'te , .
Ov;. I tan his testimony In n loud.
- I.'.li v. e. .in. I mii.i I
( ,l,,i ra I 1 1
ariv ttat) f his orose-ev-
it Hi- not until Asalalanl
I MStl I, l-Alloriiek .Moss I,..-,..,. w... ,..
! the record th Matorv ,,t hi.
Ii ins with white gtgvs
iml'e in. i othi :..- insimiatlons
1... tsngsiri began to break tspwn
umier i ,,r , .,,i whnta and
.. .. i cue i i a i .' 1 1 -1 1 a i red gam;
wore . irown aull ul ai uoet a fs.
II Uous i ut as the nqiart hablllmsnts
In wh i Jack Rose aiipcared yesl,- -day.
II. thick black hair was IttlklJ
down over hi teuiples and he wore a
high turned down collar, wktah kv.i
mtmm a --fa
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