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teen recruited from Chicago and
the Middle West for the threat
ened war with Turkey.
Hundreds f them will leave
for New York tonight. The Mac
edonia, one of the boats chartered
from the National Steam Naviga
tion Co. by the Greek govern
ment, will sail fromNew York
for Athens, Oct. 17.
Joseph Georgeopolous is in
charge of the recruiting move
ment here. He says a second boat
will sail for Athens from New
York Oct. 28, and a third Nov. 10.
BECKER TRIAL IS ON
New York, Oct 7. The trial
of Police Lieut. Becker was called
today after a delay of several
hours while a special grand jury
was sworn in.
Both prosecution and defense
N claim that the murder of Big Jack
Zelig, the gunman, is a blow to
their side of the case.
It was from Zelig, District At
torney Whitman says, that Beck
er "rented" the gunmen who kill
ed Rosenthal. -
Zelig was shot down on a street
car Saturday night by Red Phil
Davidson, a peddler. ' Davidson,
now in the Tombs, says he killed
Zelig because he had robbed him
of his savings.
When Davidson was arrested
a cheering mob from the East
Side followed him, srouting that
he should have a medal for the
killing of the notorious gunman.
When the Becker case was call
ed today, the police drove into
the street scores of East Side
gunmen and hangers-on. No one
was permitted inthe court room
without a thorough examination.
Justice Goff denied Attorney
Mclntyre's motion for a post
ponement because of the illness of
John W. Hart, one of the six
counsel for the defense.
Goff granted District Attdrney
Whitman's motion for a separate
trial for Becker, who was indicted
jointly with the gunmen now in
The selection of a jury probably
will take several days. "
Colorado Springs, Colo. Gov.
Wilson, here today made an indi
rect charge that Chairman Hilles
and the national Republican com
mittee are urging employers d
call on their employes to vote for
Taft, under threat that they may
lose their jobs if Wilson is elected.
Wilson National Protective
Republican league announced to
day that Sen. Robert M. LaFol
lette, Wisconsin, has declared
himself for Wilson and will take
part in the Democratic campaign.
"Shells were bursting on every
side of me," Archie declared
"Oh, then you are a soldier,"
she exclaimed in admiration.
"No; they were eggshells," he
, rO o
"What's the matter, daugbr-,
"Freddie and I have parted for-. '
"Urn! In that case, I suppose
he won't be around for a coupl