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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1912.
m TTn ..nuk'" rlli!. im tunn 1ir1 l)i shooting In Jronl tsf !!, Molt ..pole,
sniaiii ,'t "f Uii teai'mana of hit fel- He srM hx tearrtnl th ttornlnMlrlt
Si a-miif lets II. I ... . i .. li:i;;.tlil Hotel .it .,.. Hundred Ki.l I . ' i
l 1 h .u p anil features uwl tolil hit strati lad asaatht avanM .; -a
mn-Jfg jr-li sure f li ami in i A- M.
M M-lU It, until Jugtlon 0...rr ' "What 1I1 y.. U sy to the proprietor of
atJtplernriited th ro-exaislnatl.iii of I about"
A ilataat WUlct-Atlornf -Mo-' fen "Bgcludgtt," gat in Juatlce Oi.fT
sMi talttur. isvlall. thi -uninari ,
IiiU;i )1v dnxloii!" nml nrrsld, drop-
frfcln h:k tonri t.i n rtatptctfitl irhlaper,
i . "' Tl CI n' I'll-' 'I l I . rn.-i ,
xvffti Ti-.tliirr ti K.lni'.a :,'0- in t; -i
htt' . tint, t.. illmri-dit Ul leall" .
tii.lt. f m.ivlin. -. ilrnrannl Kln
iafti. I IiuUim-speaking Auirlnn In
veh'.n Blm 00 ON ttint i wn
gn hi t.witn at the tlm eie M.stil llio
atiatM ii nil i.nly rmi-racifl f rum It n i
jfcnicnt af terwsril. Him admit l
HA Htinlsch owel her a h..rd bill
of 'Hi;, and lia.l Incurred tier diallks
f .unplnUiIng that ha had heeii rnuu-i
inyi. r hMM
y. i n '.lie trill) n rcstlrViail after
rm the Criminal Otrgrta tliilldlriaT
mum ehiiK. ii h e. -t mu.i .llru ;
Suol.. 1'iit taooollif in rasstwm ii' tr.'rn j
Vttli'lv capable i.f roping ult.l thai
r'.ti.itt.'ii. and, "ni tho witii ti.
ir.. 11 .!. ." iitntiaai'd t" -If
tlistr aay tprou i the Jam mid i nter
tl . tniiuiiml.
fre re Md ale., tiern i lif aruH
V!,cii t ie Court a opine! Mil mora
'Mi.' iriiareWaas of the portal" wera luet
C.altl.'l iand ele live aa thi-y naVit
ii ltew tan Court tamed hlf drastic
u. .a. Ut they wst unatwJJ to MM
tJ.nr Hit Isjahtotiaoly dn -l .'Otitrtifnt
nr women who wi-re en-orted through
Skipping from the day of the murder
to the day of "iKu Krank'" arreet.
Mr srHe ak. .1 lha wlrneee to dcaerlb
a meettrtf hetwien hlrn, Kye-'lin m
aiovafM HtaiiUou nml WIIILain Hhaplro
In tli ante room of lh rrat.d lurv r..irn
W Utd jou huar rtiinli ri ay oine.
UiliiC In lMllanT A. Ire, he mild 'I
never ea him."
Than lha gunmen's rnnnanl aaked the
wltnaaa to deaerlbe how si.mi. . had
failed to Identify him (Frank; at the
Q Ha did not Identify you? A. No. he
"J lay.. Prank" fler!l the erene In
court when Stanlecli t.lrntlflvd Lewie
and failed to Identify Mm.
PROSECUTOR MOSS CROSSEX
AMINES THE OUNMEN.
Tkla e:..d the direct examination
Mr. Mosm iiaejan the Tosa-exainlnatl.in
"Clr-'fl.-l." OJike.l Moee. "d'd y.ru eee
Htei.-- i on that day In the linker
trial, place Ma iand on the ahoulder
of "Wttltey" Ixwis and eay that lie
eaw him ahootlna at Hermann ltoarn
thal7" "No," replied the eltneaa, loudly.
The 11 (M out of Cot from tho autiman
ttiat he had Had to Commlealoner
Do6pnfty when he told UoukIki t v
that he ri'unt July 15 and 1 at hl
the Jam In the nrrt'lora by attaehea of Jmother'a home In the Hmux. He luul
fh I iletrlrt Attorney'a ofll e and of the i apent July 10 and 17 at the LeflOl
;. r.il Meeatnna Cour' 1 Hatha. Tula ended the rroaa-exnmlna-
fOCIETV WOMEN OCCUPY SEATS
P NEAR THE fAJNMEN.
ttjiefl ; were more thin two aeare
M I In the irllmnat ejlien the Jury
I.:, d ta their aeala a rat tbe 'defeiioanta
w.re brnuRht In. I'ntmlneiit In the lit
tle .jrrOiJi) that found 'tetta alontalde
thu l.E )l and diagonally In front of
n.. yunnien were Mre. C. K. O. Illlllnfa
nd ih.- liaroiieaa Haldol f of Hwltatr
id Jejulre Cloff took hl plaro at 10.M
rtati-k. netfl a moment; latey 't.,uy"''
'i:ink ('!iatet waa catlerl to the Mend
xariKKter n earefnlly aroomed.
HM and the wltneaa' luwyir tubjtctad
"lieffo Krank" to redirect m.imln.
Uon. Q. Tell me Wlttt the lioyn tlld to yon
when rhey rbturncd to the flat after
ttte ahootlna? A. (Kaferly) Je.nln
"Vou're a lucky feller for leaving ua.
If iu hadn't you'd have rxperlenceil
another iMilnmown frame-up aliomlng "
y That la all they said thru? A. Yea
J. 1ater you aakl aoiiielhlnK more? A.
Yea. I a'Jhe them up at N.i o'clock
and told ihem that I got Je.m Oofdofl
ut on l.all. 1 lold them that there
had been a hooting on Forty-third
u:. Im moiinnii t ie .im-ae aiaim .
Mielbltad lata hervnUeneaa Jiian lull JUSTICE QOPF CROSS-EXAMINES
loan apparent In the ttfltinl. of hie ,.nr ibiuv
"Tli&t la all," aakl Mr. Wahie, but
Juatlio ii.. ff dealrvd to queatlon the
wltneaa. The t'ourt llred a volley of
uoeallona at "Dtgo Frank" in a gentle
volee, and the gunman gave lila rcplUa
In a rugliiinid whlaper.
y. (By Joatlot lloff) What time waa
It when the Uiraw defeodanla oame back
Ualweau S and
Dir.' rninpaiilon. He ant ereel, with
Ma ibotfMgrg aiinarnd haek and hla
hantls foi led In hie lap. Ho waa alert
i. I ijulrk With hla anawtra, and waa
iiiiitHi inttaV apohenl than even i.efiv
Vaittle, who'JtKa liven Bulled tne atudent
of fie ouartet
TJe witmaa a.ild he wan twoiily-eTen
y,.aj old. lie had known "Jink" Zellg
alnaa Ike .latter part of M iuh. Irrought . r, ,,,,, me ahoottncT
to TAie time of the vlait of Jack lloae I aj o'otoek.
to tht funmeii In "lvfty Loule'a
$ctitliem llonlevurd flat he duplicated
2ie teatlmony of the other Zellg had
Ifaen w 1 1 1 1 phonographlr prex'lalon. He
i wore that the name of Herman Hoaen
.k.i . ... n..i been mentioned by "Jack"
line "Dago" Krank did not nave to i worda. yea air.
!l - -'- .. hit 1 U. They told
y. V..u were up and dreaaed? A. Praj
tlcally. y. Why were you dreaaed? A. I didn't
want to go to bed yet.
y. You had aoine conversation with
th.-ti. when they came In? A. A few
A. They had guna In
FIVE HOURS ON DAY
VAST RICHES COME
I wenty-first Birthday, Brin,rr
S6S,0f)0rrrx), Makes 1 lim
World's Wealthiest Youth.
SEEMS WORN AND THIN.
Receives Gifts of Roses From
Stepmother and Baby
, hla memory very tevervly. ta hit Q. They tol l you that they had aeen
vJ,Xlre. at Mm lha tame mi i w , - -- .... . Vm
4. Why not?
y You dldn'i w.int to t.ik
y Im'l It n fnet tint ..n were a
friend of Jack Relit, and thut you
knew tin nun h ho did Hie gSnottftl and)
did not wh'.i to pur- ie your irvtnuoi
A. (faintly i N'o.
y. boot lore. Hlekey, yog wer
Bgggtloitatl by me bi'fore Ihll OSM
went to the Urn. id Jury? A. Via.
y I ell'. wed you the photogr iph of
theae defi ndimli nnd yon I il.l 'nil
you couldn't My wv ther or not any
of them did the ahootlng" A. Yea
Aa lllekev waa leevifig the tfgf)u
Jiiatl.e lloff Itopped him. "All ini
can aav." be alked, "Ih that you did
not rgeoaTnlit dtfendanta. or Rom
.1. i.er and VmII. .ii, M the peiaona en
gaged In the Hhoollng?"
That la all." aal.l lllckey, with n
aigh of rtlltf
CABDRIVER SAW STRANGE MAN
I'atrlrk Whglafl, a cab driver, fnl
lowed llick. v and awore that be ha'
be. n near tht . erie ..f lb - niurdet
bad heard the gflMl and autf a UttM
running. Ttr ftlgrVtr, Whalen aald.
wne i.ot one ..f tfet defendant!
The prOatCUtOr linked Whalen tf be
had gtttntptatl t. pnrane tht man who
war running from tht acene if the
' Not on your life." aald the wltneaa
The embb til aMtrgtd after he had
reveal. i that hla mind ua, a good dMl
of A blur aa to Jua; whai he had aeen.
The defenee then aummoned lloae
Kherry. who haa a na.nilng l.ouae at
Noa. JOT-Hri Weat Koriy-thlrd atreet
Thla wltneaa waa palled to dlacre.111
eyewllnene Ulovannl Ht.inlK h, who wa
one or her lodgf I ai the time of the
niurdet. by awiail.ig ihu he waa In hla
room what aha hoard the at.'
(in DPQtt .'Xa iilriiilii.il the h:g woman
In blue a Imltted that KtanU. ii owed he'
a board Mil of IM. and bad MM
charged that Im had been rouhed In
JOHN THE BARBER SAW WEB
BEn NEAR MURDER SCENE.
Mr. VVahlt called ae hla ftrit Wltnetl
for the altornoojl MMIOR Julin J- MelaV
ler, aiao known n "John tht Barber."
"Were vod In the vicinity or the viei
roiH.le n ihc mornlnx of July 107" naked
"Yea. I waa iineind that vicinity."
y. What time wan It that you were
near the Mctmpole? A. Homo time
around I o'clock,
y. Mil yotl on that mnrnlnc Mt
"HrWale" W.'h'jer or I.nula Webber? A.
y. Where? A. In front of the Hotel
Q. Can yoa tlx the ocoaaloa by any
happening In front of the Metro
pole on July 107 A. Tag, by an ax
Q. Were yon there about the time
that Merman Moaenthal waa killed T
Q. What did yon aee "Brldffle"
Webber do at that time near the
Cadillac? A. Me waa running away.
On DMMM examlnatlim by Mr. Moaa
the WltnttM repealed that he waa there
ehortly after 2 o'clock Mid that he had
heard of the murder of RottnthaJ, al- latered muJI
though he did not ear. the murder com
He aald that Ihere waa no one run- mother, Mra. Jludelolne Force Aator, and
Ting nfier Webber and that W'ehh.r 1 :inother bunch uf the aame number aent
waa t tying to puah hla wny through j , thB n.II)e ot baby half-brotlicr.
the crowd. John Jacob Aator.
y i .... aav hi. i. - vmih,n unn tnrNnt ciur
Vincent Astor, Who Is 21 To-Day, 01177 PAUJ licrn
,1 eciliilli rtt in
If Itylffiy Uv MMIO lyC f 17 f ff ll fl
William Vincent Aator eama of a-e
to-day, and by tht provlalona of the
will of hla father. Col. John Jacob Aa
tor, who perlahed when the Titanic
aank, beet ni" the rlcheat young man In
America, If not In the world.
By a change of plan advlaed by hla
eounael, he apent the day In the cltv
at the olTAcea of the eatale. No. 23 Weal
Twcnty-alxth etreet, algnlng receipt
and rolMMI for tlioae who have bad
the va.it fortune In truat.
Though It waa the greateat day of
bla life ao far, young Mr. Aator ehowed
no elgu of elation when he took poaaea
at Oft, He ai. mod thinner than naual
and almi.Ht worn. Tlioae who aaw him
felt that uniler hla new reaponelbllltlea,
aaaurned yearn earlier than had ever
been expected, hla figure nnd manner
had taken on a atrlklug roacmbrance to
I ia father'.
Mr. Aator doea not not remember the
other great day of hla life, that of hla
birth, but there are many New Yorker
who have the llvelleat recollection of
the excitement whb Ii the news of bla
apparance In the world created and the
congratulation which were ahowered
upon the Aalrrra over the birth of an
heir to the family million.
Hefore Mr. Aator went to the office
from h! temporary homo at No. 10J
Flftfe avenue he opened n wore or more
of paokjgea containing gifts deilvercd
Iy exprees, by messenger and by reg-
Among them was a box of
t win I y -one red roees from his atep-
mat ' Br ,
aaaatiaaNaaMaart fJjfiBttfr' Mf al lBfilV47Q'Nl
aaaaeW'vWRtatl LdatakA f LaaaV ' TqB LBWXaTLJaa. Xl &
Of! HUMAN SKULL
TO CUREJIS ILLS
WWrrlng Machine Demon
strated at Clinic Held for
sorted. The- n rvnxed tllk thread wa
introduce 1 nt the inontli and nuts'
through lite blinked ...'aophugug dowtl
10 the atot. a"h. T (M the lower MJU o
the string Wat g a.'i. d by the turgeon
ir d pulletl To 'he mouth end of th.,
silken atrluc another and atrong.
-ir. ng was uii.ientii nn.i pniien ooi'ii
.nto the stoma. 'it and it- en I i:r i-;.c.l.
Then holding the mouth end In n.i
i i i . . . - ....... ..i. . . .. . .. , -
the surgeon pulled the string .lis--i
fashion buck and itirth. sawing nny
t t.c ii.hs.i cickine th" neaoDhatfUO, I
thl wny a slit was CUI w .: h illoivi
tne psssngc CI rnoil. 1 rr pniiinii. inoii
ongbly cured i.v tnis mein ai. waa snow
t.. the surgeon i todgy.
la VlNttNT AST OR. ARRIVING ATMlS OFFIQ-. d
CJ sonooo tvitowtiwociO.
WISHY AT SCALES
"Ml I tne one aorrow 01 my uia.
"I "v mt eaaleei tm ! thu nna aorriw
of nii me." wrute a mum lady to anotliar
A buss-saw run by electricity to cut 1 to whom ah waa BMtrlsTai hsraslf. the
the I i-kiill was demonstrated In I '".""..T '""J'".. .iVa
he II..1!.. ...... UnMtllal t...,t, Ww eta her. T'.n Unow the reeling I felt th
fame was ut nna tlmt In toy life. Thn'
M il' Wall bofoie an ittid'er ... of surgeonn . waa before dl. ... i how to ramose fat
from tho Clinical OoniroM of .surn
of North Amortcm, Bofort tho saw i
I applied) tht teotOf explained, a bob: ta
I drllitd Into th- skull by the Hudson
drill a n starting point. Then electric
p iwer Is turned, ..n and connected with
; tho do Marlel caw, which begins to
whine from lis swift revolutions. The
next moment II Is at work on the skull.
. A vitally Important part of the dc
-Martel saw Is the uuard which prevents
the aaw from biting any deeper Into the
skull than .;he surgeon, whose hand
Knildcs the saw, WBhU It to go. Tho
tremendous Importance of thla guard
urlses from the fact that the skull bone
vanes In thloJtnMg In the sa-mu skuil.
I And Just ItOttt to Ii' inu. r side of the
skull lies lim dura matter, which It tm
COVtrlng that protects the brain. It Is
' pin tic.illy iv matter of life in.) AtaVLfe
I If lint. protOOttVi covering la cut.
Toe ile M.trtcl saw ia a circular blade
'about hair ,iii Inch In diameter, which la
MrMhod to a 'undle. tile whole being
i ke a .ir. tmaktr't marker. The power
la oontfayod thro ugh urlrma which la
place. i sltnin the .ia:i.ne ItMlf and con- i
necttd Willi wires to a battery.
I The sue. 1:1 .ful use of another saw ar- i
r LSffl mom In human surgery waa dem- I
j onstratel to-ilay at St. Luke's lloapiial
let. Robtrl Abba and V. Schley I
ion a patient who had swallowed some1
fl ir.at.c acid by mistake. The ocsoph-
agus, or the plpa down which fooil goes
. to the stouiHcii, boat ma oontractod and I
choki-d, so that no foo I could pass down.
To work the "siring cutting" method
the abdomen had to be oponad and a
li.de cut in the wall of the . loin.n h sol
that a hand or some flnge s could be In
ns I '"' 1117 II"" " !. HIS
t'n! In 'n i.urden. nititnl and physical: It
1 want to and helpful mssssge
every one who Buffers as I did. whan
die!, when I found that I could eat w
1 llka.1 and drink anvthlna and atlll
I rNmi.vn.i in .....i.trin w iron bit waa
bv the almple eiisrnal applKuon or
t . r .' i . r .. M "i that reninvea sunarfluoua flei
But when they are tnev reduce one
over and usually the Inat curt to be at
rr.'ie.i . in.. .nr. within v..u urou . . av
do not . ..nfiiBM It w tb other metnoda
othera and failed. Mv proceaa la different
vnu. M r. r.nN.t " ii.nsii. uaot. ess
R.K-hester. N. V. Advt.
llM"that be Had hoard -repeiiied
thrM ttaaa yesterday to "Oyp the
Blood," "Whltey" Lewis and "Iofty"
i,oule. Several tltnss Justlee Ooff
atopped Lawyer Wabla with the aharp
jjaiUjl Leadlnfl You mugt atop
thai Mr. vVahlt."
AYS ROSE WANTEDTO 'SQUARE
5 HIMSELF WIT Trtt aura
.... I .u,iil
y Ynu did not sea them again till
1 10? A. No. sir
y. Were I hey aalaep when you cams
back? A. Yes, sir.
y. I. .1 you wake them up at 130? A.
y. What did yn tell them? A. 1 told
' them th'" i' waa a ahoollng In Forty
third sti net and Herman It.isenthiil waa
y. Why did ynu tell them about the
. . . . . i,.- nny a Ml you leu mam w.muv
-Doao Frank" waa asked about bla ! ,hooUn wh,. ,r)r .lrllty kM,w It?
. .....ruiluti with "Jack' Itoae on in
night of the murder when lloae. Val
sun, Webber and Hcheppa drove up to
tho witness's Seventh atenue Oat tu
take bins downtown.
Q. Uy VTahle) Whoa Rose gol up to
youjr fl it what did ho say? A, U nai"
tliat hs was sorry that the other hoys
rro not "around. iu said: I want to
Ufeo'lfel bays to Whlta and Btelnsrt.
ih-.-ker a men, and prove that I had
nothing to do with the Training" of
"Jack" yllg." 1 aakl to Hoe: 'Well.
I'm from Jdluourl, so you might a
waft tbetn too. They've gone
d..lhifbwa and mayW I.cajt End them
for you." Rose sard1, that be d been
thinking a lot abodtAhe boys guopect
iug htm of framing' Xollg. Uo aald ha
hadn't had a decent night's sleep since
"Whltey" Lewis had all to ulm In
Lefty" ladules flat: '1 wouMo't put
It paJl you. Rose, far 'framing' "Jack"
Zellg and that Chinatown shooting.' '
Q. Waa there ttttt sonvsreaUoa
while yoa role doom tows with
moaa, Webber, TaUoa ad Seheppa
ta the gray automobile? a. Vac,
Q. Waa Ksrtnaa atoseathaPo
warns aaaaUoaodt A. It wav not,
y. What was said about Lieut
BvckorT A. Ross said that he wanted
to correct the Impression thai he waa
a alool Dlceon for Hecker
SAYS ROSE MERELY WANTED TO
"1 Ml) jarove lo you." gald Hose, "that
I'm no stool of Booker's and havu never
glvtis uvidonce against any gambling
ho nag sVhfr room, jieulroom or otuer
place. I'm no tooi."'ho said, "nut I'm
the-tnaa wtio (eia ilgOfcors atuols lo
placas where lliey waul to gel evi
dence." "iJago Frank" dUptTdtttd tho testi
iiivirjLif Mt cump.in.o.i tfunuien concern
. ,: th.- isudtievous In Webber's p Ucr
toaajs A'ore for .' iU It. cor.o'iuratcil
i,u,. lo. Wio.i.l n Hi '.lie ill ii""
was he running in the orvtrai
waa forcing his way Into the
HOURS AT HIS DESK.
William A. Uobbyns, bla secretary on
he was the secretary of Col. Astor, and
his counsel, Nicholas Dlddlo, w.ic al
the office to raooWl blm, After a little
talk wllh them, receiving their good
wtsliee, he went to the desk used by his
fnthor and began signing paper. He
continued at (nil work from In o'clock
until 1 o'clock and MM he Intended to
return at 2 and continue until lie left
for Pent cliffs, bis country place at
Hhlnecllff-oii-the-lludson, at 4.
There will be a iiulet birthday party
lit Kernellffe, where he will spend the
week-end with hi mother, Mra A. or,
and his suiter Muriel.
Mr. Anlor hat Instructed his staff that
A. I didn't know hut that there were
two shooting. I thought their shoot
ing waa a "framiv'tip."
y. Rut they told you that when they
came Int A. Yea, but 1 didn't get the
"You inkr go," amid the Court -over
M. gently, und the gunman left the
witness chair as If It were on lire.
Hartford It. Marshall, counsel for
Jack Hull I vim, was called nnd asked If
William Mhaplrn had not told him at
the time that Schcpps and Vail On Were ( m',IV(. along.
WOMAN NEWSDEALER TESTI
FIES FOR DEFENSE. a. To aee if I could Identify the prls- In front of the place nnd tbot v.. ,,.i
The wllneaa was then excused and oners. refused Vallon' request to am insld..
Mary HUSO) Kvrte, living at No. Ilib y. You illdn't see the prisoner, did nnfi ,. m WuJk( '
Siath uvfiiue. was lailleil She snl t that you.' A. Mo, i , t. ,. ,'
ah. wa. newspaper vender and that y. The Sheriff offered ,o take you In um 0Mial for several
b,. Mad panera III the Tenderloin, so you could Identify them? A. Yes. Kr""w '"' Wag In with
which she described a running from but Hint wasn't hla buatnatM. u 'ii' 'i 'h''" v l,n aafcod him to
Thirty-fourth street to Fiftieth street y. Hut you went there to Identify nU "Ut Walker. Mi. fetoM teTOt from
on tha .vest aide. them? A. That's niv buslneas. llb'-ier that ho had once been connecttd
Worn v.ui on Waal Forty-third mltm v, w ' Rambling enterprise,
street In the early morning of July "OULO NOT ADMIT SME SAW Heller gone. Lillian Koaenberg, "l,efty
1T" WEBBER. Irfiulc's" hahy-iloll w ife, was sent for aid
V,. 1 MM up Itroa.lway Into came tripping In with mlncln; step
IVity -so und sircet east to Sixth ave- The prosecutor renvuded the witness Mra. KoH. nberg was emphatically all
nue then north to Forty-third Itretrt, thai while she was around the Weal dolled out Ilk,, a baby-doll, her cheeks
then west lo Broadway. I walked on Side prbwui alio had .xime fin e lo ftOS jcorsj pink and her luilr shining sold
the downtown shin of Wirlv-tblrd with "Brtdglo" Wei. her. Mi-h Ky.le ro She wore B cute little cap ..n her
rtrcet. I " i Kinuii or men sranuint; mien m am wmi cue ttm wmmw aw sinning curls and the wain of hi
Mm south side of I'ort y-l hlrd o. r ,,r nnynouy en
Q where .ltd vnu ee these men? A. the mother of "Dag
By Cohan'M Theatre. They told me to sir
I velv et w as cut low atnauah dlr.la w
By Mr. Moss) H;ive you taJk.-d to a B(UH, f Dlumo lic k
l't-ank? A. No. I uuisji said the wat el-'htein vcarg
y. Iildn't you tell Mr. IlorMgun last jjjjjj
nasseiiKern In the murder car. J lie
law yer anawered In the allli inuttve. but
both the QUMtlOn Slid answer were
DOUGHERTY CALLED TO DIS
CREDIT SHAPIRO'S STORY.
Ttlien lu-imty Coiiinilsslonex Dougherty
waa i-nod, ii nd said that Shapiro had
lukl hkn after Ms ai rest thai hn ha. I
not soiii the fai'sst of the men In ihe
tutoinoblie he drove to the scene of Llio
The (lefense then i-o-Ued Its eye-wdt-m.
John J. Hlekey, bartender and
lookout for gambling houses, who swore
tliat he laid aeon lUaienlhal shot down
by three men, none or whom was a
defendant at thn bar. He inuld not .ay
Uutl el! bet or the shoulora was Huso.
WehlH-r or Vallou.
last bv Mr. Wahle. Mickey said he
had in. t. with Herman lloacuthal.
"Boob" Walker, "Noa" Brown .and an
other man. Booenthil bought some
newspapers and distributed them among
his friends Just a few moment netorr
he was shut. The gambler said aa hi
glanced at the newspaper: "Will, there
my iismt all light, und It looks .is 1!
Mi . li'i.n Ullevoa Illy story." A
few seconds later Horman ROOM thai
una ale In
Mlckev said he was near the door of
H ICKEY'S DESCRIPTION OF THE
KILLING OF R08ENTH AL.
O Whit hnppem-d? A. I heard u Hint
' I looked up and saw a man with a gun
' In Ids bund.
I y DM von have a look ut this msn?
I A. only at hla noan and I'hln. He had
. .. wan over bis eyes Ile had a long
O til. I vnu aee the faces or the men: nignt mat you were surprised lo sec
A. I did. I asked them 10 ouy news- wnat a in e moussr aim swtw lsbsju
pillnrS. ,,..1.11 bbh ibiwi
y. What did you do men r n. i i nsuarear nao biiu vum e money ..uiu
walked toward Broadway for a few no all rignt i a. .-so, i naver sata iioin-
fei t when 1 heard aoine sliot.
Q. Can yon describe the men you
llu-y'riad aeen Invited "hy Wabbaf t cut . a,r.i chlu, wus ck.iri i.hnviii and luul
astAi drink, and how lha tU und nlu- . straight nose, lie wus about tlv- feet
slvs Itsgy bad conm in an i mm: aigni or nine in
"Jack lloae waul tu- see you buys al
the Mill "gait"
TttM "OeaM Frank" sprang hi alibi,
d. curing in u liuarse, ringing vulce thut
he bad left his companions In the tolls
ul .i and bad gone on uptown to
sue Jean Qardan.
"I asld," cried the wliness, 'to Ie'fty'
tall und after the
shot be run towuid Sixth BVCOuO.
Q. Ton have a ,n theae f obt
Bit here la this oourtroomT A.
Q. Waa slther of these four mea
the man you saw shooting at
Herman KoetnthalV A. tin a laini
! HICKEY SAYS WEBBER AND VAL
'Whltey' und Oyp,' 'I'm afiuid wluu LON WERE IMU I intnc.
Uoya-awtii those cuf J..J'I1 lac boos- Mr. Muss brought out on cros.-oa-
1 sV.n l want i, ay of that and as amlnatlon that Mickey w is u 1 1 u ii.i oi
yen t byen home since hunday I'm
hi Jean will hug in to worry ubuui
witness testified thut he headed
li.ajMag bee to hjs deveiith avenue
Uot hunting or bealuillug on Hie
TWO hours or so later the trio he
.'?!'' Ji unuige of "ltky' .inn In.
rtT ALtPWED TO BfiPBAT CON
VERSATION WITH OUNMEN.
i. -1 1 Ooff would not allow "Dago
kjT to tell what "Uyp," "Lolly 'end
ttti ) had aald to Jdui txuuv rnlug
to: CU Bljiialiire uf a w UHUVg. Cum a
Sit (hat Uej.ru uis Una la Tse Otrs. tt..aa
Jink Zellg and that hla IHICgi ysi pat,
"Boob' Walker, was u ineuiber or the
Jack Zellg Asaorlutlon.
Q. (By Mr. Moss) Ton know
Sobs, Webber aad Vallou wall,
don't you? A. TM.
Q. Did you aee atnee, Webber or
Vallon do any aboottngT A. Wo, I
y You asy ynu saw Herman Room
thai shot itiu.l almost ut your feet?
y. Hid von r..is.- .i bund to help Mm?
y. Bid you go to him a- he fell? A.
tJ. You saw tile assassin flee? A.
Yes; they ran.
y. Did you . at T . !iem? A. No.
saw? A. One waa tall ana tain
aad he took his hat off and ho had
a held head. Another was medium
height with blue eyoa aad wort
e-laaeeo. A third ons was also
short and had a broksn noss. Ths I
other waa short ana was undsr ths
Infleence of llo.uor.
y Afier you heard theae shota. what
did you do next? A I walked awnv.
Mr. Wahle linked the four gunmen
to stand up,
' Mrs. Kyde. he said. were any of
theae four defend ints In the group of
men van enw on Forty-third street that
"Nn, T never saw none of them before
In my Ufa."
"Thut la nil." said Wahle ami he sat
PR09ECUTOR MOSS TRIES TO
BREAK DOWN THE WITNIIS9.
Pro ecutor Mom went .ifter tha aldar
l w tin s almost savagely.
"Mrs Kyilc" ha suld "Will ynu
dame the four men you w In front of
tha Cot! in Theatre "'
"I don't know their name."
y. What, have you forgotten that you
named ull those men to a lot of differ
ent people? a i don t remember their
y Didn't yon n unc lb. n to Mrs Mar-
tltnti? A. No.
ii Didn't yaJ go to the West Side
Court laal Sunday mil u-k for these
fiur men by inline'.' A. N'o. I iieni
than and asked to see the four persons
n the Booker cnae.
t). Didn't yon mine those four men
from their photograph In my Offlonl
A. No. sir.
y. Didn't you tell me that ynu dldn'i
know anything about tht shooting? A.
No, you told me to keep my mouth hut
Mr. Kidc denied that she had . 'II. . I
on CoJtMRlMhMlor Dougherty 10 Inform
him that the "cue w.i framed on
lle. ker." With Increasing khrUtneM aha
denied that ana had admlttad to Dough
arty that alia had no! mm tha murder.
y. HotTi Mrs Kyde, don't you recall
that I .iski-d you If mi had een th"
miirdel and k'OU told me no" A. No. I
didn't eav that. You didn't k-ie nie -i
choncc. m told ni bold my tongue.
y. Von wen. n my office half an hour,
were you not '' A. Yea
y And 1 quell. in. xl you at length. A,
Vis. but 1 didn't l a OhMM to s.iy
what I wauled to.
Mr MoM brought the witness link tu
her plall las' Sunday to tht Woat Side
I'oU'i Prlaon and draw from her luul
site 'bad Mall lha gunmen's e.c.iusel
IhrM t ines In f.. ii aha went till re
ij Wny did you go there, Mr KydpT
For Young or Old, Cough or Colli.
K J Craw -r CnufU Bwva. U. vu bet. ''
ng of thl sort.
Q. Didn't you any to Mrs. Hori i
gaa at one time that you had aeen
Backer's lawyara and that you ex
pected to get from $300 to 8:oo
and that will tide me over till
spring? A. Ho, X never did. Mrs.
Hortlgan bad no buslnsaa oomlnf
in my flat.
Q. Dl.l'nt you tell Mis llnrtignn thai
you didn't want to ace anybody con
nected wlt'.i the I Hstrlct-Attorney's of
fice ua there ivaa no money lu it? A. I
tall you I never talked to Mis. Ilurtlgan
ubout the case.
Mr. Ky.le protested that he had
never aald to Mr. Ilttrtlg.ui, "Now I
will tell you the truth. 1 never nw tha
murder." Hhe had never gossiped to u
y ..ll c oved v ery frequently, didn't
you'.' A. Yea.
y. Were you frequently dispossessed ?
A Never. They never served the no
tice. 1 alwaya beat them to It.
y. Were yotl dispossessed for being a
sel l and n nuisance? A. No.
"Isn't there elmuuh of this, Mr. Moss. "
cut In lliatloa 'lofT, san'.istlcall". "for
thla wltntM i n lady of very few
After establishing the fact that Mr
K v.le had been known Under several
Other names Assistant nistrlct-Attornsy
Moss n'lowiHl b. r o Mutter on her way
si... left the stand oaomltng to hertell
and cackling all the way out of the
lira Kyda waa followed on tha ! ind
by laadcr Bb her. a ticket speculator
All he had to s.l was mat Im was in
lug at the Metropole 0n the ntgbl of tb'
murder; that h had met dlarry V All 01
air. vrnnia sue MUh mat she
been 111 tha Southern Boulevard
flat when .lack liose nnd Sam Bcheppa
called on her bugbudi Sim hn.l heard
them talking together and was sure
the name of Herman RoaanthaJ was not ' Broadway
Nlneteen-y-ear-old Reheooa tdabaan,
Mrs. RoMnbaTga sister, teatllled for
the defence that Lefty Louie, was In
RochAwny train July 7 to July H
'flu n cams Alexander Lillian, aider
bro'.hrr of eye witness Morris Luban.
to repeat lh. tMtlntOny be gave at the
Becker trial, when he strove to show
that his brother was In Fiatbuah nti
the night of July 16 and could not
have reached the Mrtrop.de In time t
witness the murder. Brother Alex
ander sworn that Brother Morris had
been ill ills I Alexander s) house In
Flatbuah from 1,10 to inn, therefore
be could not have reached Ihe Metro
iMile before o'clock. Morris Lillian
tcstlflid that he h id spent the evening
in Manhattan with a woman friend.
Monday and thereafter he will be at
hla deak during office houra, working
out the problem of the (State and be
coming the actual office manager of
the tremendoua propertlea In iglng to
Young Mr. Astor is to-day "worth,"
as It Is put, Bumew here between
i.00ti.O0U and 66,0Ou,0J. Mr. Astor him
self, -Mr. Dohhyna, Mr. Blddlt, und the
other very costly kgal men who have
had the affalis of the palate In their
cure for many years, cannot tell you
the exact figure. An appraisal begun
to-morrow might bo ll.WAJ.issj or L.tsai.tsju
or even llO.wm.WJ out of tho way by the
time it wus completed; real es'.atu
values are constantly .ncreaslng In New
York City In a way wnich ItaVrtlM thus.
who are broker for real property and
Uie great uul ot tn vsior property
Is real estate. Stocks und b . Is fluc
tuate, or the stock exchanges might go
out of exlstancc. und It lakes a long
time to count up to ItS.uuo, i.w or HOU,
IM1.U00 even when the count Is made by
Itna and hundred of l.iousan.l alio
once In a while by millions. The bes:
measure any of those Interest! have Is
that the eatnto was asseaed f ir an In
herltance tax a of lOJ.uuo.OOn.
Vincent Astor wa able to add ll.Wl.l
to his estate to-.lay becausv of u Jud
tr.ent filed In the City Court against
Plana Fteea. who OWst the young man
for lx months back rent of the premise
nt No. Is West Thirty-third street.
Thu Judgment was obtained by .1 inn I
ftoosevelt Koosevelt. DOUglSJ llohinson
nnd .Nlcholus Blddlu as trustees ol the
estate of Wlltluni Astor, Vincent'
irandfallu'r. No defense was made to
the suit, which was drawn hy Attor
nev l'.ixiu L. MoBurney of Xo. 3a2
It weakens the delicate lung tissues
ilerangea the digestive organs, an,
breaks flown the general health.
It often causes headache nml ditti
ni '., impairs the taste, smell um
hearing, ami affects the voice.
Being u cnnstitutinnul iliscusc it rr
.mures u COniUtlltlonal remedy.
Radically anil permanently cures.
In usual liquid form or in chocolated tali
lets known as Sarsatabt. lull dosot 91
$uit and Overcoat
Even a 10c. packet pi vet you a.
much as 40 good cupa.
White Ro c Coffee, 3 Pourd Tint, $1
World WanU Work Wonders.
Special For Friday, Nov. lath.
ASSORTED HARD CANDY
Id ti U in. I--.'!" n !- of Iht olit-fHMhlnnpd
I im! out h at si ( urU, "".ill" - It n. Ituttfr
rup Iuilrrn4 tttt hr-t. Kut ka. ( ill.
II . i i l l 1 I i I III It Will kit" IMI1. "I
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Specials lor Salurt'ay. Nov. ltiih.
CHOCOLATE COVERED CALI-
F0RNI A FiGS An unuHiiiil rnttilil-
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'ttr iiiirt Chmulttlr. .. vulu
f Uw ti- i f,
SPECIAL I OR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
CHOCOLATE COVERED M0
LASSES BUTTER CHIPS .t gtsaa-
ina anil lt mitre ol wi-is
in l. . hi-
iiioIii-mb mill luiil inilier.
ttii. 1. 1 wlin our ,'amoua -s
liiH.ilatr. Our rrsular glM I JIC
ii'.T. i'i vi nOX otajgxs
LONDON STYLE BUTTER T0F-
FE !(. i trftbli hutlrr. in H--.I tn ft-i
rrMin tuttt (Miuiix-lliiiif r'm wliiirttt niistur
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Filberts, rlusterea t sesaxa i..r.r .
i.iln.'. Ilic" eiiicml gi-iirriiusly
Jaskrt sf eur l'f" Milk
1 li... m i i .' .
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aUlaVst ll lt 'i r t t 1 Ol ( til the III ililll, )f
i litM'olute nr l(on it, ii , nml i j.ti ,
Hf uiiMt uf Mm iiiiiilit.ft nml id In iioiiit, ,
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.yflf 206 BROADWAY
It's Your Duty to Get at the Ctutt
and Remove It. A Word to
the Wise. You Know.
Dr. EdwtroY Olive Tablctj, the lubftitutc
tor calomrl, oil the boweli and positively
do the work.
Proplr tfflictrcl with bsd breath find quick
rtliej tlitough Dr. Kdwsrds' Olive Tableti.
Th pleasant lugar-coatrd tablets are taken
for bad breath by all who know them.
Olive Tablets set gently but firmly on the
bowils and liver, stimulating them to natural
.' tu. ti. clearing the blood snd gently purifying
the entire tystrm of impurities.
Tliry do all that dangerous calomel does
without any of the bad after effects.
All the benefits of nasty, sickening, griping
cathartics are derived from Olive Tablets
without griping, pain or disagreeable effects
ol any kind.
Dr. Fi M. Edwards discovered the formula
iter seventeen years of practice among
natients afflicted with bowel and liver com
plaint with the attendant baa breath.
Olive Tablets are s purely vegetable com
pound mixed with olive oil.
lake one every night lor s week and note
"Even little Olive Tablet has a movement
all its own." 10c and 25c per box.
The Olive Tab1 " fVipanv. Columbus, 0
Thecumtiinution of drprndabte Msg
ily ami .nmnrf V,ir in our overcoat
and suits will sppral to you. And
you will be mure pirated and $atit
td with the overcoat or suit you
buy here every time you wear it.
Fur in Ihc wearing you will come to
realif fully thnl buying clothe like
this is true economy.
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Fifteen. Twenty and Twenty-Five
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Too numerous are the fabrics, styles
and models to start to mention them
it will more than pay you to ex
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Open Saturday Night Until 0.
The judicious use ol Dully'a I'ure Malt
Whiskey when tendency to s cold is first
lOticed will prevent it becoming deep-seated
and doiigi'tous. It is ulro most efficient to
rslitVt any throat troubles that have alread)
I nkcn hold.
l made from selected grain. It f rcnjjtheiia
. well ss l.i , .1..'. ..
Use it at th. right liir.e
and prevent u break,
dawn ol the vital forcei
wiien you ID0e nerd
vigor tu resist the rigors
told by druggists,
grocers and dealers tt
tl.00 a large bottle. Write lor free advice
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If you want clothes that are
;ropcrly niude from good-look-ing,
stylish material clothes
thut will fit you as though made
to your measure yotl want
We specialize in fashionable
nr J i?iJ-
it a i Mil m Mima a BMaamaM
and willingly extend easy
terms of credit.
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Important work; must hnvo
thorough k n o w l d o of
awitelinoarda; hooli, nornni
Kcatorss Healtii and vigor as
as Beauty of raos and Form.
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Hroai say. . 1. I'llv. nr hn.u..h
your own diuKKlst Fnce 11.00 per
LOOK OI'T FOII THE
Coupon WhlCU will bo printed
next Bunday'g World good for
i, in'i'i fltu nn' iniiiiv, ii woudori
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1U 111 puHltlolis fun Uf ijivori issasrisBHviii ug BOM
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