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THE EVENING WORLD,
NOVEMBER 26, 1912.
GOVERNMENT OFFERS CITY
OLD ASSAY OFFICE BUILDING.
CARUSO ALSO FREED
Kisses for Everybody When
Jury Finds Lawrence Strike
Uaders Not Guilty.
Treasury Officials SukrcsIs Thai II
He Reconstructed on.. in
I The l.1.ra 1 QagaMlfMAt Is stilting to'
gifg 4he city nt New York the MltOTi
AtHf (Mat Budding Hog For ncr.
tinne lios utoixl h! Hit n irthfast .'nriier
of Wall .inl asn "r.-l Tha Old
imldlna In shortly to 1 talcoii tttWfl to I
inslte My for now 09jM etrw-
MIT' Ar:nnt SrrriMary of Hi' Trout-
i nry hii.-i mi i Mien railed m Ih Mayor
1 0 -.lay ami ii n.t r.-J (hf Mill II Id "i !ir-1
' ii 1 1 f of iim Qoveninieai.
IN ttggeated thai some MatOPioal ao. i
inlic it Iw milling to take liwu th"
MEN SPEAK IN COURT
Give Thanks for Verdict, Then
With Throng Flock to Hall
and Hold Joy Meeting.
AI.KM. Muss . Nov. "Not sultty."
aras Uie verdict Of tin- fog) aivrn early
o-day In the esse of .lonrriii J. Kttnr.
Arluro Mlovannlttl and ggSagg 'arus
for the murdiT of Anna l.opixzn, who
w( klllsil in l.awroni'e tKtlle strike
riot la: winter.
When Hie three men heard tii tvnnls
frgotag them from the ilMflga tlmy
embraieil end kiaxoil ea'h other In the
prlao-iera- .. Oluvatinlltt th.-n
prank' to hla feet.
''J.ntlrineti of the Jur.' he salil.
hla fa e liemnlnjr with Joy, "in the
tiaime or juatlie, truth gag civilization
1 thank you."
Aa he mi tlown the rourt Interpretar.
Alfrd Sactfi. aroae for ruruao unI
"Mr firuen ilealrea me to say that
he svnnts to thank you all. ami now
that he la free lie gggl that he waa
Innocent of the crime."
PRISONERS ALL PACE OTHER
Kl'.or. the trailer of the atrikn at Law
rence and chief centre of Interest that
tiaa aroused MWlM'Nlda attention, ait
di cared tie Jury :
' May It laaM t le Court." tie aalj. "I
thank you not only for nivaelf hut In
the name of my rompnnl'in I alo
feel Impelled 10 thank the Court for the
fair manier thia irla! has oe'n con
du, ted. The thanks we olfer la not only
aura hut thanka In tlic MUM nf the
The Jury entered (he courtroom at '.20
o'cl,ick. Immediately tlicrcafter the
prisoners, eah wearing a red carna
tion, were brought to the cage In the
centre of t.'c room. All wero smiting
The caiirtroo.il waa not half crowded.
Judge yulnn aacemicd the henuh at s.-4
ml tha Ju t. linmedlKtely rendered the
verdict, each of the prisoners uelng freed
The Jury, which for more than ala
weeks Hag listened t the evidence In
the now hlatorlc tnial. waa then ex
cused from further eervlce with the
thanks f thr Court. Tin, Jurors haa
tened fium the Inillisjn mil wera
ehccied hy tlie ciow.la of mil! workers
In the streets.
in n tha Jurora had loft t.io Court
JMOWOtg i" thrttto that tliere waa an
other hull, l.netit ninlnst hl'n, el urging
him with aaaa.ilt wlt.i a deadly woapuu
with .n eat 1 1 kill, and that the Court
would release htm on his own recog
nizance. ..en, the prlaoner hod taken
oath to appear In euurt when summoned,
ha waa rele.iaed from Ilia cugyi. Ida
wife, waiting at the rail behind the
prisoners' can , fell Into Ma anna, and
u doacn of Ilk mule coirpanlotia rushed
forward and Islsseil him.
Ktlor and Olovanrttl were aZso held
on ano tltt: Indictment cliurglnc them
together Willi William IV Haywood of
the lnduatrlal Workera of the World,
.and others with conspiracy to lmlla'
riot In the Lawrence strike. On this
thav wor released In bonds of M each,
wi.ieh were fumlahed by Helen d. Dud
ley ol Boatoa.
The I lau i nice atrike leodera were then
freed from the prisoners' cage and be
an g. .1 by a crowd of men and women
In the courtroom. For several minutes
they nerc tbc reclplenta of kisiea from
tha men and congratulatlona from the
' women. The defendanta and tbelr et
tornsys held Jubilation mealing In the
courtroom when court wua adjourned,
ai.J a tew mlnutea later, followed by
a cheering throng of mill workera, thay
- marched through the etrcets from the
court house to the local oOlce of the In
'duatrlal Workera of the World, where
they remained fur aoma tlmo In jubila
tion. "I have no Immediate plana," eald
Ettor to tha repreaentattves of the
preaa. "but 1 am going aa aoon at poa
aihle to my home In Tacoma, Waah
where 1 have a paralyzed father, lie
ban bcn paralyzed since my arrest "
Vttornrya for the defendants were
overjoyed at the verdict. Jam a Ii. E4sk,
counsel for Curuao, was the rogplent of
a resounding amack from h'.a client as
hi left tha ourtroom. Attorney HVed H.
Moore, aa aoon aa he could cet an op
BortuaHy. writ a t ,1, , , ,i ir,.
t'ic etdlci to William I1. Haywood at
llorbea'er. N. Y.
I Ms-.! let-Attorney Henry C. AttwUI,
Kiiu 'on lucted I lie pri"'ut1oti of the
rase, would mukc no statement as to
the plans of tih Coiivmonwe.ilth In Mie
othtr cases pending The outcome of
thia case, It waa asserted, would have
some ueariug on the Olijara In all proba
tiKlty. WHITE gTrlUeGRO'S
STENOGRAPHER, A SUICIDE.
JOPLIN. Mo., Nov. 28 J. V Drown
lee, a negro preacher and real estate
dealer, waa placed In jail last night fol
lowing the suicide of Pearl Nuent, a
eventeen-year-old white girl who was
employed by linownlea aa a alenog
rapher. The girl killed herself In
Brownlee's offlca here by swallowing
poison. Another negro, said to have
bean a frequent visitor of llrownlee,
lao waa arreatad In ojjnnectlon with
the caaa. Much feeling haa been aroused
aid precautions against a lynching have
It la said that the girl's father, who
i a miner, did not know hla daughter
wua employed by a negro, but thai her
inotbar know l.
building xtone by stone nnd racoatiru
II on u desirable uptown or psrl alta to
on u.'d foi liie preaer-ation and dla
plaj of htatorta records or aa a mealing
hall. .Mr. Allen Added ti)a, the city
might fin I .1 In Its advantage to take,
ve: lb" birllglng and r.-ere t 1t for
aoma adequate public purpose Mai ir
day nor said ha would give uti oaaaMar
.'illori In the .ifftr and iBdoarf la 10"
terent atrlo:l men and women I i the
cause of prea..rtng 'he old bUHdlngi
The Assay i iffl. e building one of tin-
boat sample of aroMtootura of h
peHod and pTaaaAta an ftnpaatng aa
PI iraara, It was ereted In 1".?
Juil a Reminder.
f .ii i Bwaaagnaai sr Iferald.)
see thi pi med quarter"' naked m
' Yea "
"vary lima i otlah .mse.r baglnnlag
to put too nincll faith In biiuuin natuie
I tile this coin out and look at It a
' Juat so."
"And I um thus remind. -d of tha fact
that this plaggag ouartar iraa gaaaag
oji me by a smiling lady cashier when I
was exerting my beat efforts to be
JlldgC Aspinall Hesitates to Ac
cept Verdict Freeing Cassidy
on Murder Charge.
I iiniee aspinall, rifling in tha riminai
btatocll of the gu promt I'ourt in Hrook
llyg wua the onoM stirptlaed man In the
I liofnggli to-day srheti the jury aoqalttag
.tames Caaatdy of aha murdri Of Waiter
Meserits. n hab rdMSher. in ;ils VtOrt nt
No. TV I latbttah avi nue, on I-'eh. 2e.
Ar itt tfeaitg a at, t ie ary had r
pOftad It was liaablt to a. .tudge
Aatlnal1 sent n back t' maka new
ttforl to ten. i, ,i vardiot. rVfean it re
turned late- In ; ne morning to any
OagaMy was nut guilty, tha lOggt waa
loath to aa ept I it report
"Gantlamafl of the Jury, acre you
parfaotly ttlaar ua to the law govern
lag ibis rm '." aatted lugga Aaglnbll.
The j i'.,rt rtapongag in tht affmav
"V.iu reallaed rott tTgrt Utt solo
J twl gas as lo UM 'icts?"
Sgaiu an alii iiiullve reply.
"And yet y ei And this defendant not,
"Caaalgy." .n i tht .indue t irnlng ta
tha man just acgulttad, "aland up."
Caaalgy got to his feet, .lodge As-
plnall regarded him a minute. Then
.lurors, look on I'analdy. .'aaldy look
on the Jurora who havu tOglllttag you
Now I want to say to you lurors, tbla
man you have juM found not guilty of
111 a 'nuriWir Is the same man who, with
Trunk ttedniund, his Alleged aaOamglli I
In this murder, went tn the Jewelry
Itnrt of Louis Trice at No. i;os Broad'
aay( Wllllamaiiurg. ami while t'aji
Mg) tpt the proprietor covered with a
piMol, Itedmond aronl Intldt nnd gart
ered up Jewell.' nnd money to te
i amount f Ifn'i. Theae fwn men will lie
tried far that i ilmn netl Take htm
bark lo a.ll.
"Tha'.'s all. You ate rs used from
fttrl Itr duly,' he said to the Juror.
Caaaldy, who a i-i-gcd by Hit s:n-e
with being an ally of RaygoMl Korabrey.
Iho a ii n in in Mrbo es npnl from the
Tom i. out who was recaptured and
iter sent ft Hing .sing after pleading
guilty to morder In tttt aarond degree, I
nflarad an ain.i His rnothar and:
bt Ither, 'rank i'asid.v. ore ,ie waa
at home nt tlio tlma Maaaritl wn mur
dered. Th profaeutlon contondtd he waa
ataring one of the naahilea atolan from
ihe .Me.s..r!tz store when ha was tf"
I raaotodi and the first chit which led
lo Ids arieat was obtained from pawn-
Orokora with whom Caaaldy had pawned
' safety razor the police ald were
stolen from Ihe same store. I'vshly
claim it ne untamed i ne raaora rioui
ftedmotld, lni e-as IndlOtrd with fa.
ai.l. lias not been tried on :he pnitder
1 iirf.lt ajm, In i ion
Keoorttof to Koooytnti 1 1
him tion of t.if Bronx win b
.tiily dtpopulotod to morrow
ooooolon bolni Ihe iS1pfoA
ion 111 Ma
Icrtolnnoni owl rocoptton ot t'i Arthur
II, Murphy AoOOOtOtlon Ot NMIiIo'h
( J.ir-1. i. On Hundrod an 1 BOIrftlHotll
itrool unit Third ivoooo- iBloKicoto
proporotlom hovo boon modo fr tii
,r go nuni if- of pity offlclolo ftni ouooti
Mtho Iiav6 rigTAlflod iholr tntrntlon to i
. ; 1 1 1 1
ll'n aWT m 'li H1 '
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For Thanksgiving And After
THE SOCIAL SEASON with its dinners and dances,
teas and theatres, bridge and opera is now in full swing.
"MILADY" MUST HAVE a wide variety of boots,
shoes and slippers and here at 32 West 34th Street is the
cosiest little Boot Shop in town.
W E OFFER in Queen Quality Shoes the largest collec
tion of dainty and fascinating footwear in the world for
HERE ARE THE STYLES of London and Paris and
New York in every kind of leather and in every combina
tion of fabric and hide. Every suit and costume has its
shoe affinity here.
IN THIS SHOP you will find not only superior shoes but
superior service. Queen Quality Shoes are made by the
largest manufacturers of women's footwear in the world.
That is why we can offer such a comprehensive assortment
of exclusive styles. Prices range $3.50 to $5.00 per pair
a few at $6.00.
NEW YOWK LAST
Specially designed fur semi
ilress wear. Made in Patent
Cult and Calf Skin: Dull Mat
Queen Quality Boot Shop
. 32 West 34th Street
OnJr 5 Par Bag, But, My Haw Thay
wars, aaa cos i- i'omi Vraft, Try ta. -an .
t "uli UroM, T17
of Starling Silver.
Us chief charm
Ilea in tha
grace of its
One piece from
three piece eat,
& iabtsb Btsplap of ttorr Cotlct Wwct
A SET of Silver Toilet Ware is always
welcome whether it be aa a gift to
oneself or to somebody else.
But if you want Toilet Ware that
is much better than you usually find,
if you want to see more patterns than
anyone else can show you, come to the
Here you will find the choicest pro
ducts of the great factories of Tha
International Silver Company. This
assures you of the widest possible selec
tions in Sterling Silver Toilet Ware.
Solid, Substantial and a delight to the
eye. Ideal for my Lady's Toilet Table.
The MERIDEN Co.
(INTERNATIONAL sii.vkk COMPANY, successor)
49-51 W. 34th Street, Through to 68-70 W. 35th Street, New York
ia one 6f
Price, aet of
Don't sacrifice stylv for comlort in your winter hot:
Phoenix "Double-Knit" Silk gives you both.
Made from pure-dc thread silk and lined with lisle. All the glisten
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some enough for any occasion; warm enough for coldest weather.
Your dcaLr has them or can easily get them for you immediately.
PHOENIX KNITTING WORKS Phone. Stuyvewnt 799 - Et 17th St.
Thirtyafourth Slreet West
For Wednesday Orally
at Very Special! Prices
Women's and Misses' Storm
and Travelling Coats In the
latest wool fabrics.
22 to 26 Jorflrn Forsyth e 34th St.
Suits in Velvet Cor
duroy and Wool Cheviots.
500 French Chiffon Blouses
Latest Models and Colors.
TO THE WOMEN OF NEW YORK.
Thank you for tha aupport you are
giving ua; the now Mahlers store, open
less than two months, through your help,
is already doing tlie maximum vplume of
business we hoped to reach. We assure
satisfaction to all our patrons even at a
loss to ourselves.
Special Kood values right now in
STORE FOR WOMEN
31st Street at 6th Ave.
Offering of 550 (88-Note)
Unrestricted Choice of any Player
Piano in Our Warerooms That Sells
Regularly Up to SO, TO- $OQA
MORROW ONLY JU
.Much needed room to display our Christmas
stock forces us to make this sacrifice.
These Player-Pianos have all the Cjcprgsajon devices
.nown to the art will enable any one to pl.t artistically!
All are 8X-note the full keyboard. 05-no;e
Players are now obsolete.
Choice of various makes in different case designs
The workmanship and ma
terial in both tlie Piano and
Player, as well as their musical
excellence, Is vouched for by u-.
TO-MOKROW ONLY. . ......
W t advise an early call. A nominal dtpOsU and tmtU
WKMikly payments (Uttpttd.
i Rolls of Music Free and Library Privilege
.35 tli St.
tsiisae.kw . aaa
j0T Have You Seen
af the Coupon Nov
$3 00 Down on SS0 Wortli
$5.00 " $75 "
$7.50 JlOO "
Homes Furnished Complete
. Koom at
s Rooms at $74.91
Rooms at $124.
iiien Mnnrtas sort RatnnlaT relit 10
Rt the ioi Ones
Never imrchase a poisonous
tablet or liiiuirl when you can
Absolutely harmlejs. One 25r box
makes 2 gallons standard solution.
Send (or Itooklet and Sample.
J. a. TVRFK. rhfmlsl.Wanhlnalaa. n. r
Liggett Myers Duke's Mixture makes a
great pipe smoke and rolled into a cigarette
nothing can bent it.
It is the favorite smoke of thousands of
men who want selected, pure, Virginia and
North Carolina bright-leaf tobacco.
If you have not smoked Duke's Mixture,
made by Liggett $ Myers at Durham, N. C.
try it at once.
Each sack contains one and a half ounces of
tobacco that is equal to any 5c granulated tobacco
made and with each sack you get a book of
cigarette papers FREE and
A Coupon That is a Dandy.
These BOUponi arc good fbf many
valuable presents sued as watches,
cameras, jewelry, furniture, razors,
As a special nfTer, during No
vember and December only,
we will send you our illut
trated catalog of presents
FREE. Just send us your nuine
and address on a postal. .
Cnuptmx from Vulte's Mtrturg may
aiuri,J ith lei from HOKSE SHOE.
J. T., TINSLEY'S NATURAL LEAF.
GRANGER TWIST, coupons
irum FOUR ROSES ti'r riw doubu
coupon , PICK PLUG CUT, PIED
MONT CIGARETTES. CLIX
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