BECKER GLOATED OVER MURDERED BODY OF ROSENTHAL
JACK ROSE SWEARS; HE STICKS TO HIS AWFUL STORY
Wtj iTHRrt-. Mnlti iii-iilvhti Sunder falri rnolrr.
WK. III r:lt tin In tn-nltfhli miid-l) fulri !.
PPwICE ONE CENT
am mm "m ni -1 m w. mi ss amm mi h l: i n n h asm h ram mn m mm a www v m w m m w m
in i u U-niLi. nunin i diivp uiiur rnn
BY 2 T0 1 . WITH MATTY
Triples by Hooper and Yerkes in
Succession and Larry Doyle's
Error All Boston Needed
to Win Filth Game.
'jREAT PITCHERS' BATTLE,
WITH FEW SAFE HITS
McGraws Men Held to Three
Singles, One by McCormick
Scoring Their Only Run.
SCORE: BY IIMfMIIMCSS
GIANTS 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
H. II. PO. A.
Devore. If 0 0 0
Doyle, 2b 0 0 0
Snodgr's, cf . . 0
Murray, r. ... 0
Merkle, lb. . . 1
Herzog, 3b . 0
Meyers, c 0
Fletcher, ss. . . 0
tShafcr, ss . . 0
1 ., It
11 ittl II I. W ' '1 1, 1. U
.) 21 13
Ban tor m ' 'ortnielt
Battled f.ir Fletcher.
fj Bass iiiih-oit Mathewaon, .".off Bedlent, a. Flral Baaaton Hull off
L A. ..e ii..M..n, i VmI B.m i.ii HiHwfl NTew York 1. itostoll. 1
lias- N' i: Hoston, I. ttrucB
ThrOO 'Ba 1 1 !; llnop.v Vf -kru. Two-llase lilt -Merklc. Dnulilf
Waaner, Yerkea and gtaht,
Tho total --'tendance to-ny's gsju was 34,683. Totl receipt,
national Comuir.si3H' fhnre, 10,330.10. Each olub'a ehar. 138,440.49.
BY BOiiMAN BULGER.
(Stuff Oorrcano.ident of The Evening World.)
VBNWAY !'.HK. BOSTON. Oct. 12 Bedlent pitched th itr-d Sox to a
2to l victory thla afternoon and put tha Qtanta In a poaltton whore they
win have to ln three atruiir.''' gamoa to oaptura the worid'R Champion-
ship. Tins (ame, Which wub the turning point In the big series, wan one
of Jho moat brilliantly played of tha aartea una when it was ovr tha
Had Sox were almoal prohibitive favorltaa In the batting, if they can
capture Monday'l game at the Holo Qroundl tha race will be over and
the Qlanti win have lost two World's Cbamplonahlpi iii luocaaalon. No
other club except Detroit baa lost two tries at the big honor. The Tigers
Mere beaten thrice in succession
Mathcwun lived up to tradition and
tched a masterful nam- but Hcdl.nt
U the fire nf mji.-Ii In his anil, held
heavy hlttera of tb int. at tiy
r nine long Inning And the one run
torn ftom hla : llvurj aa no I inouan
to win. Tie' had made tar
In one Innln i the Soa at to the "id
MuHte: and thai a-aa .-houk ii to land
viotory. (n tha third Itooper lad off
with a triple doWB the third base line
and VerK.a totlowed with another la
tka fence In deep uentr. i.irr.v- Doyle,
tba Oluutn nialnataPi than made mi er
ror on Mpeaker'i drlva and let a acora
in. Hut for l.ns fatal bo J
bin the Boa
i but one run and
would hai' BCOr
tha fluhi wuubj hav aona 1 1 tie.
IfeCormlok, the pin hitting man f 1
be Oliints. dre 1 In New rorK'i on.
mu M...-1 '.. In hlllliia a two-hue,
irWtno thu atanda woa on third with
two out when kteformlsh waa ealled to
t;m aggeuei Por ihe teeond tine in ti
. rlea he made 1 od with a terrlfla
. that km 1 flardner down for
dngle and Markli icored.
llaa Oiantl were dsepl) chagrined it
hg defeat, ai with Mat.iewjon In the
ig they looked Upon thll as on nay
. t iry. It wu.i no fault of MtUy'a,
rcver, Hla work wan a niaater proof
ihlhg art, but bla team mate failed
hav the punoh behind htm Very
Cunrrlnht. Illlg. b
Speaker, cf. .
Lewis, If . . . .
Bcdient, p. .
nt ny esainewB'jn, or
few famal are won on one run, and that
Ii Hi tha Qlanta could pry from tha de
livery f Badlent.
Tha i ana awltchai lo the Polo
Qrounda, when, the Qlanta win make
their luHt ntand Monday,
At tin nun. Bedlent ipolled a hail
l rubblnj It In the dirt and It wa
taken a ay from him. Ha was given
a new white hall and thi-n In three
lrla f.iiieii in jci t one over the nlata I
Devore. Josh waited patiently an.i itm
u baaa on balla. Bedlant tbea willed
down and put a alilke over on Doyla,
1 Which waji the tlrnt time he had lo-
eated tha plate. Uarri wunis at the
next one and drOVI
Ioiik foul Hint
.uinht on tlu
edge of the fen
r-t.oJgraH after a 1 t.iiK fur two bulls
drovu a short (rounder to Waaner, wh
'"" ,hall to Varhea forcing out
Devore, an.i rki whipped it to gtahl
in Umeto km Mnodgraai for a beautiful
double play NO mis so Ul'NS.
1 11 awer landed on n.e . t ball i.h .. .1
by MatheWlon 't a Clean single in
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1 hr Press l-ulillahin.
w lark Mori, II.
Gold, Diamonds, Champagne
and Song Are His Specialties,
HOT TIME ON ADRIATIC.
Jovial Mine Owner Dissolves
the Fog in Breakers of
Out in th wild and wootey Weal
former William A. Clark of Montana i
atippoKed to he a'. 011 the rlcbent rr.ai
In the world, but where Senator (Virlt
pent pennie, "Klondike Charlie" apent
five dollar gold plecaa on the Adrian
of the White Star line, which reached
port to-day. "Klondike Charlie's" rlaht
name, he inyg. In . O. I.einon. and his
eo! ulrn In life In to ihoW that ho
mirh In name only.
Ordinarily, the Aliiatlc would "ave
been a chip of gloom. In the thick fog
through which ahe noied from Friday
morning until she reached yuar-i:i::ne.
but "Klondike Cherll" simply would
not allow Mofgn to aUek arounJ hla
All the way over from Liverpool
Ctiaefee had been matting thin lively
for the stewards and the people gen
r:v!iy, producing a new thrill neat-:.
every day. He presented a formidable
figure mm he strode up uml down th
deetta, arKi you certainly could se.- him
coming, even through the denee for.
At least, hla Klondike watch chain
made of hug nuggets of gold, anil nis
dlamond'Covered charm, with a minia
ture nf DaWSon City, made In goM nug
gets also, were ever In evidence and nil
you had to do to touch a rOBponetV'l
rliord was to mention the gorgeousnega
of their glitter.
Hut Mr. I.emnn, who s now very hlas,.
on the gold uuestlon. having some two
hundred minea elored away, has turned
composer. Indeed, hi' I very protlflCi
having, Inrthe short vinge of one
week, turned out thre,. ,bel aellera"
that the waiting world, away from the
deep, will no doubt long to bear.
CHARLIE IS SOME COMPOSER
If you don't believe it. a-k any pas-
laager f the Adriatic Por the com
poeer hlmeelt gave them lus a wee Hub'
taste of song to compenoate them f 'r
their long wait In the fog. An.i
could you but have heard The Man
that Stole the Klondike from Alaska."
song In his deep bass voice, to the ac
companiment of Ills secretary, you would
not have Wondered thlt even the fog
lingered SO long, and would not wither
Then there were tin. other t WO
"The Ruby Queen" eaal 1 real glow
of warmth on the assemblage on the
'.'lupanlonway. but When hr gave the
very touching ballad, "The Mermaids
in the Heu.'' all control was lost, and
even the very delightful, g I-
natuced purser. Mr. Palmer, who has
known all kinds of pathetic seen...,
brushed away an iinhldd.-n tear.
Hut not for long did be allow the
heart-throbs not "Klondike Charley '
He know how tn cheer up "Wine
more wine!" was his cry, and ur.
f ig-ihiiied fellow traveller wit hla
honored guest All night long, amid
ih- cry of the fog horns, did tl
warm-hearted host from the cold. vol. I
North gladden the spirits of his part
ners in tow And a now name waa
OOlned for him, tO add to that l
Klondike Charley," it is bow
"Champagne Charley," Por into th
remote reeeeeea of the ship the
Invitation extended. "i i won't ) ou
come and drink with me?"
Hut when he began ordering th
yellow bubblee for tie- stoksre, the
wise Captain turned his thumbs down,
even If the ship had tui t a few mllis
to go Therefore. Charle did not
approve of the Captain
"How Is a good fellow' to have a
g 1 time." 1 ried "bound up here
for hours and hours!"
"He became a bit poovlahi BO he eon
tnled himself with resting on hla pre
vb us laurels, for be It known when the
linkers' bun-! name forth to iday the
day before the VOyflgC ended, using
epnons ami BBSS drums made from bar
rels and the panics were being heaped
on I lift r heads from all dicks. "Kl'.n-
dike Charley" was much in svldenrs,
throwing gold coins amone them to the
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ARK VOl DHISKlNti gal St COITCg
Tha flnaat araa of Mivria arel Ja'a. tOc, SSJ
fa4 of Mrvh and J. 40c. per
slarialiacoislK CoauMTa stun.'.
lk .ft Arkav M-s-nUacaudlt Cjuluajiv'a Atona.
STOKERS ON LINER
YORK, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12,
BIG CROWDS CHEER
6.000 MEN OF NAVY
Headed by Warships' Bands,
Bluejackets and Marines
March Through City.
FLEET ABLAZE TO-NIGHT.
Secretary Meyer Here and the
President on Way for Great
six thousand of the seMore nf the
Atlantic rieet, now In the lower Hud
son, came ashore to-day and paraded
through Manhattan With tens of thous
ands of patriotically excited New York
.is cheering 11 em from the sidewalks
It was the flrct chance the Vteltttia
sailor have glVCn lite people of New
York to tell then Ibitlvely how
much the nation biggest city thinks
Though tie-re h id been a delay of half
an hour In getting the blueJackMS
ashore from the gray ships In the North
River, there wa no delay in starting
th.- parade from the foot o( Weal
Nlnety-slxih trCCL With a prancing
Cordon of police horse marines rldilM
ahead. the line, with Hear -Admiral
Fletcher and his glittering stufr behind
him, started up the Ninety -sixth tract
hill with a swagger and a swing which
waa not surpassed by tho rhythmic
iwaylna of the Oeoraia'B Plllplno Haul,
dark skinned and grlnntna. Which WBB
out In front of the Qcorgla'a contingent
tooling for nil It was worth as Admiral
Fletcher and his Staff passed.
The cheers which greeted the band mi
Broadway and Fifth avenue, from Nine
iy-slxth strut to Tw. nti -slx'.h street,
were no louder than Iboea which wel
comed the black and white blotched
goat of the Utah. "HoCk" trotted se
dately behind the Brat platoon of the
.In aduaught's men
MAYOR WITH ADMIRAL ON RE
KlMM of all, after the tdmtl .1 and Ills
Starr, was u regiment oi spick and span
marines. Behind these were font real
ments of bluejacket urai. 1 with rllles,
llfty-Klx trim, Jaunty figures in blue
blouses and trousers and brown g. liters
Mayor fJaynor, with RearAdmlral Oa-
terhaus, who Is III command of the licet.
and the division commanders othei than
Hear Admiral Plotcher, were at the re
Wewing stand. The admirals and their
taffa had been entertained at the Union
League ClUh at lunch by Samuel Fao
Chltdi president of the club and also a
member of Ihe Mayor's committee,
n'hi glittering company walked from
the club to the reviewing stand at a
little after o'clock and was greeted
in front of the library iy the Mayor.
Commissioners Waldo and Johnson, all
ihe Borough Presidents, President John
Purroy Mltchel of the Hoard of Aider
men and many other Important elttsene.
The reviewing stand w;is (n enlarged
version of the pergola which blossomed
In city Hall Park earlier in the wcii
and was not only geoonatod with
brlNlBBt autumn leaves hut with
geraniums and potted palms and pine
tree, thereby combining the flora of I
part of the world visited by the
nation's sailor In any one year.
SERIOUS ACCIDENT AT LANDING
The lute ling of tin- ponders at
Ninety-sixth street was In charge of
gaut. Cominandar Qherardt. He in
tended to get the wi.ole force ashore In
half an hour. He had boats enough
and the men Ko' away from the snrji
promptly! but at the landing there waa
There were tlckllali moments during
the lending Which oama very near
developing serious accldellls. line hap
pened when Hie navy tug Ontario, with
four hundred sailors from the Com) SO
t to 11 1, was swung against (he north
side of troi pier by the t.e so hard that
many of Uic men on her geek were
thr .w ri off their fc t
The tug's anchor fouled the wiring
pie. e of the pier mi l as ihe heavy
vessel hacked away ghs Seemed likely
to pull the pur. wbloh was covered
with sailors, mto tin- river a seaman
on the tug had pr. sen -e of mind to
loosen the anchor cable go thai 'he
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fttl.lTirAl. run iis imp in us
can i.nl an Asa.mbly 1111 In th. i'ulltaer
Building. Icalliis H0O. slil un. a.atlna la.
lay or night. Apply E. A. Pratt. Rooaa,
iae faUlaar tWuodt aiuiliUaa. re!
IN GREAT PARAD
"There Is Only One Thing to Do
With a Fellow Like That,'' Gam
bler Quotes Lieutenant in His
Amazing Story on Stand, "and
That Is to Stop Him for All Time."
"IT'S SAFE TO
Congratulate You," Rose Says
Becker Replied When He Phoned
cf the Shooting, and Declares He
Said: "The Sight of the Body Was
a Pleasing Thing."
Over the moat indiicnant protetfs, John P. Mclntyre, chief counsel
for PoiiCd UeutalMtl (Charles Becker, wa, forced this afternoon to take
up ihe croswxaminalion of Jack Hose in the extraordinary term of the
Supreme Court where Becker is on trial for the murder of Herman
Rosenthal. The Justice declared that the cross-examination must be
liiiished by midnight.
Mr. Mclivtyre sought by every means in his power to break the
force of the story that Rose had told. He tried to trap him into contra
dictions and into making admissions that would tend to discredit him,
but the gambler stuck to his story with amazing firmness.
Rose at the morning session had told an astounding story of black
mail, grafting and murder. He declared that Becker had stood over the
Ixxly of Rosenthal and gloated over his death.
"It was a pleasure to look at the Jew," Rose quoted Becker as say
Ing. "If it had not been lor the presence of District-Attorney Whitman
I would have cut out his tongue and hung it up somewhere as a warn
ing 10 other squealers."
For three hours Rose held the packed court room in irrnosl breath
less suspense by probably the most dramatic and thrilling narrative of
graft, tif conspiracy and of crime thai has ever issued from the lips of a
witness in the history of criminal jurisprudence in this county.
WITSESS BECOMES CALM AS HE TELLS STOHY.
Beginning with evidences of trepidation and nervousness, he grad
ually settled down to a calm and emotionless recital of his confession of
the part he and Becker played in collecting graft from Herman Rosenthal
and then planning to get rid of him in order to save exposure and a
great public scandal. Never once did he falter or hesitate in detailing
his narrative and he delivered his story in perfect sequence.
It was as sure and accurate a delivery as any actor ever gave on
the stage. Only when he came to his account of the plotting on the
evening before the crime did he attempt any dramatic emphasis. Then
he spoke in a clear but not loud voice and with an intense earnestness.
In all the courtroom throng there was not a Ivtler dressed or more
carefully barbered and manicured man than the witness. He wore a suit
of blue homespun material that fitted his big frame smoothly as a glove,
high turned-down collar and a knitted silk four-in-hand tie. His black
shoes had been polished to mirror brilliance and when he pulled up his
tightly crea-e.l trousers lie revealed a pair of azure blue silk socks.
Tho previous eccues of riot and disorder It. tho neighborhood of the
courtroom weru not repeated when the trial waa resumed to-day, but
along about noon swarm of men and women poured Into the building
and fought to break through Cupt Tiornoy pollco Hues When Hoso,
who was aworn In as a wIiiihss laat night, was called to tho stand thd
tribunal waa only comfortably Ailed. When Hose began giving hi
Sensational testimony It was estimated by tho Dlatrlct-Attoniey and
llecker's counsel that he would occupy the witneH chair at least three
WIFE OF THE PRISONER IS NERVOUS.
When Decker came into court hla wife, who had been In her seat
I ulmnBt half an hour, got up and
Neither smiled as they greeted om
ahowed her BerVOUgneai In the high
jullce ijou iook nis place m v.us
O'clock and a moment later It . wn
Balled A he was sworn an-1 took til
si it Mr Mclntyre protested aa.nnst
tin trial proceeding on a legal holldav.
JuatlM Gog Ignored the proti at and
ordered the DletrletA4larney to proceed
i with his saamlnatloa. of the wltnaaa
Asalatant Dlatrlct.Attorney Moea uuea-
ROSE BEGINS HIS STORY OF
y Where do you live? A. My laat
realdeaea was at ArvcMBj i. I
g ' hat haa been jour t.uV.ne?
A. Promoter and gambler. The laat
business I waa In waa the gambling
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walked to the rull to speak to him.
another and the prlaoniir'i wife
color that crimsoned her cheeks.
ousiness ror ust 1
or ... . v
(J Did you know Merman Itorenlhal''
A. Ve-: for twenty year,
y Do you know Charles UoskrT A
Yes (ae the f.,11 pl
Q. Did y..u hav. any buaiu.aa re
lation with Reaniti.ii a. Ye; I
waa hla gambling prtnr a'. BTo.
140 Weat rorty-nrtb etraet.
Q. Sid you hav r.nj buala re
tatloaa with Back.r? A. Ti I
eoUcta moay for aim.
Q Dig you ever u Rosenthal and
ncker together? A. I did.
Q, WhaB and where, for th flrat
I time' A. In th Lafayette Bath. The
aecond time wa In the Elka Club.
BECKER TOLD HIM
I ' . -
'J Were they In conversation at I
I lk Club? A on New Year s eve last
we were all there. 1 did not hear thrlr
coiiveriitloii at the atart.
y W.is Mrs. ROSea tkal there? A. Yes
TELLS OF BECKER'S PROMISE
TO PROTECT ROSENTHAL.
Q. Mow did Ros.uthal and Back
er approach aaob other than? A.
They etood behind Mre. Boaanthal'e
cbair. B)okr aaidi "Mow, don't
worry; ebar up. Harm an and X
have bad a thorough uudaretand
lag. H la my friend and X am hie
and I will go lb roat for Mar
man. You have nothing further to
worry about." He wa talking to
y. When did you next sen Herbert
A. At my house, next day.
Mr M. intyre ohjncted to nearly every
question .take I hy Mr Men I'm rill al
ly all of these objection were over
ruled at tic hoglniilng of tn examina
tion. Hose aald he met He ker at tho Union
Huuarn Hotel un the day after New
Yaar'a. Uecker told th WttBSSB that
Rosen thai wa going to busineea on Kor.
ty-fifth street, and that Herman bad
asked the police Lieutenant to Invest
IG.ibjO In hi business. "Decker consulted
me," said Hose, "and 1 advUud him
Tli witness was now aieaklng guard
edly and clearly, but bis nervousness
llecker's oounael eoBJllBVOg volleying
objections, W hi Oil the Court glafaajBBdeg.
The prisoner began t king notes if
Hose's testimony, now and then pausing
to chew the end of bis pem ii,
y Where was that tala ' A. At lbs
Union Kuuare. 1 told Beokef no or.e
tiad ever tuado any money with Rosen
thal, and I laid, for many reasons, he
ought to let the proposition alone, be-
lUse It. men! ha! "as unieii.ilde in ..J
y I 'Id you have a laicr cotversat'on?
A. Yea. usually In the rn ruing at my
borne, afternoons at tha Lafayette Hath
and evenings al the glks Club i met
him at one of these pil es, and he sild
be was In no BOBttlOg I" Invest BJ )
. ii Roeenthal. Then noaaatbal ask i
for ,', ate I He i. r n.saed me about
it. I told hen I i.. epvUBed to going
into bmlaeei with u.sentnii.
SAYS BECKER REPORTED ROS
ENTHAL WAS HOUNDINU HIM.
y The aeai penversatloa? a. Booker
later toid me Roaenihgl . bounding
him about getting u i place "pen. Back
it said. Ko raibal will nun be ati-
fled with II.''' Iron, ma slid I ow. him
aome favors' I advised Charley iiieck
ell not to go In wltii Rosenthal, out be
Slid, Wei., 1 aui going to lot gin
hav the money I will lend It to him
through a dummy and secure myaelf
h) a battel mortgage Than i win no-.
let Herman Wuow I am landing til
money, bat you will go la and be Ber
asan'e partner, and get U6 per seat of
th receipts. Salmon win not know
PRICE ONE CENT.
yon are my partner, and wa will got
together oa th. outelge and divide the
proBta. I said, "Charley, u la not tha
amount of money, but that I do not
want you to go In uuslnesa with Raw
enthal He In unreliable, ami for my
part I d it want to act aa bis part
ner, even for you.
"I said i II yon desire to Bo thae
all i ia n. bat X ant afraia of hlas,'
scksr sold tueai 'Yon aeeda't wea
ry. Bs woa't dare to Bo yam la
thla transaction, for he will have
me to deal with.' 'All right,' I aaig
thea, 'I'll go ahead and make turn
It.sae aald he hid then gone dotes
town to see Rosenthal and had made
the arrangement about opening up the
place and taking uut the chattel
mortgage. "Beofcor told me," aald Che
witness, "to go and take caSas-ge of
Hern, in s place utid 1 did ao. Tho day
after the hou.se aliened Meeker
me up and uiki-d me how
was." Mr Molntyre yelled an objection
to this st I'einent, but the Court waved
The def. n.l.int ha.1 begun to asTaU at
the testimony concerning hi partner
ship with Rosenthal, but th stnll aoon
I faded and he bowed biai bead over the
I table and begun taking rapid notes.
y How frequently did you talk with
lin ker, en as to recognise his voice on
I the phone? A. He culled me every gay
' and 1 knew bla voice well. On that
day he asked th result of the flrat
night a business. 1 told him play had
I n .i.i.t and we had few auetomero
patrons I me, in- hut Ihut In a weak wa
. spooled gool business.
TELLS OF A DEM A NO OF fgoO
y in. I sou tul, to Becker about his
getting n oiiiy from Hoacnthal from that
houei " a. i reported to Mm that the
... :.il been doing line and had woe
vera! thousand gollara uecker then
i 1 me io go to R . nthal and ask for
S0I for cuunael fee In the case of PUtt.
PHU was Heck, r's prehg agent and stool
, Igeon who was on trial for murder, 1
toid t:.s. uit, at Beaker vuted $eoo.
Roaentkul aald "What dose Hecker want
with 6B0T" 1 sail' "li.ruian. Charley
Is under BOBVI I ten lo defend PUtt
and ha Beads the money. UasldoSt you
owe u to him and you .m ,i to give tt
to gas now for Charley."
Iliuenina ISkJ You tell Hecker I
won't give him an) IUA The Interest
Isn't due "i that note and murtgago
foi nlnel) days yet, ilea got enough
with ii mortgagi on my property. 1
. in', glvg blm at: thsr dollar.
D-CL ARES BbCKtrt THEN vPOrtt
OF MAKING A RAID.
"1 reported what Rosenthal head
said to 1 lacker and Heckr aaig:
tncught he'd say something Ilk that.
Jack I believed i was going to have
trouble Kith that place. They are al
ready beginning to knook mo about
thai place at Ueadquartatsa. 1 kaaw I
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