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l ?efence Mav Assert Franklin
I Was in State's Employ.
PARSIMONY. SAYS PROBER
ntfberality of Attorney Led Allies
to Turn Against Him, De?
L^ Angeles, Jan. II.?Technical motions
ttackir.-- ihe two bribery Indictments on
??rkius' grounds will be made on behalf of
rtirence fc I)a,rf"v when the former chief
! r^el of *' McNaniata brothers Is ar
?Tjrned before Judge George H. Hutton, of
,ri supreni' Court, to-morrow. DaiTOW
I rncyi ? re preparing a de
Enrrer Tiny al^o will move to dismiss.
There tw I'ft limlnary moves will be
?ade of i' ?' ?' merely to preserve Dar
\ -n-j; rights as a defendant, ids attorney!
rtiJlC they want a verdict of "not
jJty" rathti than one of "not proven."
^ic.'t, v. the result, In effect, they
tay, of ! oi tn? '
narrow, his attorney state 1 to-day, would
?ik for f>;; ' 'cn t0 enter his
pespita i " absence of any official state*
n. . t. it it? generally accepted
'hat 1'""' "? ' ' r'k,in' ,l,,> ferner chief of
detecti-- < - foi McNamara defence, now
jjrjfn: ? :rge of Jury bribing,
^jil y ? witness for the state.
-0P?r. ? timony, it Is understood the
narrow def< n ?? will endeavor to prove th.it
> FrrnK':-. ' actually In the employ
' ncnt of '?'? ?' '-: ?r - :" 1< as1 was In
th??.,r e of 1 Rtate while employed as
jenfldei tial t of l in the Mc
Hai '; '
Samuel L. lirowr.o, chief of detectives
connect, d with I ; Attorney's of?
fice, mode the statement that Darrow's
?^ with his confidential em?
ploy?- . ?" the McNamara
rn against him.
lay that l'rank
jjj, on a detailed confes?
i?n of all? : Jui ? I riblng, In which he
Harrow. The confession is ?aid
t0 ? en mad< to A. slstant I?.strict
Attorn y Ford in the presence of a third
party. The sam< it? s that the s?.
W alleged to hi paid to Main, a
Juror, ? nd Lockwood, a ventreman, by
Franklin, was brought to Ixr>s Anecies from
Um East by a man who will be indicted be?
fore ths grand jury concludes its lnv. ttlgfe
The ri< xt move In the case, it is said, will
bet!. Franklin on his <>v.n rec?
ognizance, so that he may accompany an
officer sent for the pun ose of aiding in the
apprehension of the man alleged to have
furnished tue bribe money. This will be
fallowed, ?t U said, by the indefinite post?
ponement of the i iee against Franklin.
MINERS DENOUNCE JUDGE
Socialists Win in Contention
Over Amended Constitution.
Indian"pol:.-. Jm. SI.?Condemning Fed?
eral Judge A. 15. Anderson for releasing
Detective W J -der Indictment
bv tne Marlon County (Ind.) grand jury
on a 'ham" of kidnapping In connection
With the a J J. MeN"amara, the
con\- ntlon of the Ur
America to-day ad"; d
nandlng that '-'>i:l':i bs i:.
tlon with a vit v ovlng him. The
resolution also crltl li
for taking documents held by the county
court, declaring that his action set at
naught th< ! .-'.. of the Btate.
The report of th<
tee, whl .'. ention
for : .1 this
afternoon and adopted as amended. The
new constitution will go in:o effe t April i
Before tl ? oaatltutlon v%.is ado] ted a.*
a whole, Join II. Walker, : of the
llhnc. ;,? ,1 a ;, . lallst
a am.-ich: | ? n govern?
in^' "Ttie Mine Work ."the of?
icial organ of the union, to read that It
shall "serve the political Interests of our
members and the general labor move
meat." Under the rcrort of the conn
the;)- to be non-political, Walker,
in a.-king that his amendment be adopted,
denied that it was in the Interest of any po?
litical party, but Its ad ; non was conceded
another victory socialists in the
The Sub-committee of Ihe Joint wage
?cale conference will meet to-moi
morning, hut no action is expected, and
the convention will then meet In the aft< r
noon to decido what further steps shall be
CHEAPER FARES_T0 ISLAND
Limited 10-Cent Round Trip
Tickets Will Be Sold.
Final arrangements for the Issuance of
?W-ceat round trip tickets, pood between
Manhattan and Coney Island, which com?
ptai- ants against the Brooklyn Rapid
Transit Company hope may be the enter?
ing wedge for an all-the-year-round re?
duced far-, were completed at a hearing
held yesterday before Commissioner Will?
iam IfcCarroll. All proceedings against
th*> company were withdrawn In considera
tlon of the new rates.
The new system calls for a rate which
?ill alternate In favor of residents of Man?
hattan and Coney Island. From May 15
to September 15 New Yorkers will be able
to make the trip to Coney [?land and re?
turn for 10 cents for the round trip, pro
Idod they set out in the morning between
the ho <- of 6 and 9 o'clock, and start hack
home tx v.. en 2 and 4:30 o'clock m the af?
ternoon. On the other hand, from Septem?
ber 15 to May 15 tho Coney Islanders may
tnake the trip to New York and return if
they have home between the hours of 6
and 9 o'clock in the morning and start back
Wtween 4 and 7 o'clock In the lato after?
noon and evening.
Coney Island school children, however,
?ill be allowed to make tho trip at t1
duced rate after May 15 and up ;o the timo
school close. It was announced yesterday
that the Coney Island concession would go
Into ePTect on March 1. thus giving resl
,dwu.i there thi benefit of two una a half
?onths of reduced fares before tho summer
?cbeduie is put into effect
BIG CITY BOND ISSUE SOON
Bankers Are Prepared to Bid for the
$50,000,000 or More.
BenklriR houses have b< en expecting on
??ue of \eW York I it y bonds at about this
time, but It I? understood that no plans
^ve Vet been decided upon by tho city
authorities, although an Issue of $50,000,000
0r VA?OMoo will probably be brought out
?hen tb?.y judge the conditions favoraUe
to.rvlkh* ?n>rlng. The new issue, Which
*"?ty aa Sjanounced within a few weeks or
C*' be deferred for three iiioMhs. will
S!*/.4'* i?r cent Interest, It is said. The
tit-Vr,'? n"w borrowing large, suma on short
?n? , '"* at around 2% per cent,
i if, laat ^f,,,^ |HSUe< 0| Xio,??/O,000, was
u*nt out on January 24. I'.Ui. These,
which n?rft 4V4 ,,er cent interest, are
r^UKht out on January 24, 1911. Th< s'
z2!'!1" whiet, tK,re 414 ,,er c?nt interest, an
r~Q U have heei, uliooM entirely absorbed
J? u.8tltuti.,t,H and private inves
hr* ,k' '?'' are prepared to M<1 ?Of another
??I? Issue whenever it shall ??? Offered
T J- KNIGHT, ENGLAND." SUICIDE.
Philadelphia. Jan. 31 -"My name is I. J.
F^Kht and I come from Kngland," wa?
??tt*n on a elip of paper which was found
the clothing of a man who shot and
S**d hinneff to-day in Rlttenhouse Square,
g*"l Public park that faces some of th?
2*1 ??itiSlte homes m 1'hilaaelphla. Tho
k wte\\ dressed, but only 60 centa
^* found in hi? pockets.
FIGHTS TO OUST WILLETT
Joseph McKim, 93 Years Old,
Testifies for Himself.
For three-quarters of an hour Joseph
McKJm. ninety-throe years old, was on the
witness M;i!.d before Judge Humphrey, at
Long Island <!ty yepterday, under tho ex?
amination ? v?t.s and answered their
questions I nable the judge to determine
whether or not M is competert to manage
his property and i?- released ft m the Hirer
Oreoi Sanatorium, where he bai boon con
flood ilnce July. 1907. His examination wan
suspend? rj when the court noticed that ho
I oomlng fatigued. He Will he hrought
to court again on February :*, when alien?
ists also win testify.
m< Kim was brought from the sanatorium
because bin niece, Mrs. Wllhelmlna Col?
lins, insists that he Is competent and de?
sires the removal of William Willett, the
attorney Who was recently a candidat'- for
Supreme court justice, as the committee In
1 barge of his person and property. Willett
was appointed by Judge Humphrey at the
time of McKlm'i commitment u< the sana?
torium. 11.' has paid fl,000 a year since that
time for McKlm'i care and maim.name at
the sanatorium, 11,800 a year to M ...
wife and two daughters, has paid a largo
sum for the liquidation of hack taxes on
his property, and also ha? paid off mort
M Kim's answers were no pointed tbnt he
kept those in the room In almost continuous
laughter. He frequently laughed hlnuw If
at the effect of his answers. Mrs. colling
v.,i> an Interested spectator, but the two
.M -sis McKIm, who had been In the court?
room previously, retired while ihelr fathei
was under examination. Edward A, Maher
conduct'.1 the examination for Mrs. Col?
HAPPY ON $13 A WEEK
Orange Shoe Clerk Held One Job
to T!. ? Tribun? 1
Orange, x. J., Jan. .11.?"I'm as happy
as. the day l was born," said William E.
Woodruff on the stand to-day In the
Orange District Court, after swearing
he had worked twenty-seven years as a
erk In a sin?, store here and hi now
getting ^1:1 a week. He added that he
paj s >?'' .?? week for board for himself
and $4 for a sister, und enjoys the I
has left to "blow." H 1 w< rldly aasetd
he described as 70 cents and a dollar
Woodruff started at $6 a week, and
every throe or four years ?rot a raise ol
si a week. He was In court on supple?
ment?r] proceedings following a judg?
ment obtained by a'local hotelkeeper of
Slut; for a board bill. The case was ad?
journed while witness? s are hunted up
who will corroborate his story of his
NATIONAL SURETY MEN DINE
President of Company Acts as Host for
William B .r. ??. ?. president of the Na
tional Surety Company, gave s dinner last
night at the Metropolitan Club for the di?
rectors, members of t'.. advl t>ry boardi of
in company and some of lu friendi More
sixty in all were present, biel
William H. Hotchk ntendenl of
of th<- State of Ni.? fork; Adrian
H. Jollne, Percy Rockefeller, Ramuel Mc
Roberts, Thomas Thacher, 11* ri? 1 r L Bat
rles H. Rabin, Homy Sanderson,
Charle il Keep. William A. Tucker, John
<?. McCall, William J. Tully, T. W, Bicker
ton, I>a\ Id W. '?? - ' Jr., .!??-? ph A.
Flynn, Jamei C. Bishop,'joel Rathbone,
Edwin 8. Schenck, Allen W. Bvarts, B. M.
Fellow?, Carlisle Norwood, Payson Merrill,
William C. Armltage, Ballard McCall, "Ted
eric it. Coudait, i: i- Chenej, J Archl
Murray. ?J. L Bolsscvaln, S. Reading Bar
iron, Charles H Holland, !?'. <??. Brown. H.
E. Huntington. ex-Senator John c. Spi
William A. Slmonson, Haley Fiske, L. I.
1 Marke. Alanson P. Lathrop, Albert Rath
?rank B. Keech, Loctui H. Beers, H
S Black, John Skelton Williams. H Rie
man Duval, Leonard Dammann, William J.
Griffin, Anton <i. Hodenpyl, Hubert J. Hew?
itt R. 1 Jenka, Samuel Sloan, Theodore P.
John W. flatten, Fells M. War?
burg. Frederick W. Stcvi ns and Darwin P.
Superintendent Hotchklei made a few re
marki at the close of the dinner on
business In general and whal the S I
Surety Company and Its offlceri In partlcu
lar had done for the improvement of con?
ditions and the general good of surety in
TO CUT A BURLEY "MELON"
Ready to Make 20 Per Cent Distribu?
tion for 1909 Tobacco Pool.
Lexington, Ky., Jan. IL?The Hurley To?
bacco Society announced to-day that it is
prepared to make a 10 p< r cent distribution
of funds for the IMS tob?ceo pool, amount?
ing to approximately 12,000,000.
The dividend will go to tobacco growers
in Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio. With this
addition it is estimated that the pooling of
tobacco haa placed about 130,000,000 In the
white hurley tobacco districts.
'POLICE FORCE IN DISGRACE
All Metuchen, N. J., Laughs at
?CHIEF POWDERS PUNISHMENT
l Three Men Who Seek Lodging
, and Are Starved and Frozen in
Lockup Take First Freight.
Metnchen, x. J., Jan. 31 (Special).?Half
the population of this .1 in s wide
circle about tie- village jail to-day, dis?
cussing the great jail delivery. "Lynx-Eyed
Enos" Foruatt, former Chief of Police, was
there; so too, was "Smiling Paddy" lloran,
Metuchen'a former lone patrolman. And
j these two seemed to be hilariously happy
over something. Between the almost con
I stanl patter of tobacco luics that they
showered over the surrounding snow they
exchanged knowing winks and smirks.
"Won.?er If 'Hutch' treat:- them birds be
fattens up every Christinas that way'
' If ; DOT i'' kin' they'd . I'm think
in'," quoth "Paddy,'* the . x-coi>. as he
tossed a chaw ol <?t plug from the
: right to the left side of :::i MlOUtll.
"fl em? i- me, not that 1 got anything
? ? pin' the lad." -.aid "Lynx-1 ?yed I
"that 'Hutch' might better tie ?> I it o'
, string araoUnd his finder next time be has
.: lodger in the h kup p'rhaps t:..it'll kind
? ?' remind him of his dootles; not that I
I ot any kick comln' "
The other villagers, who knew of the ex
|ceedlng Jealousy existing between Knos
j Foruatt and Horan, erstwhile police force
i of this ViUagl . or. the one hand, and
I ' < hariey' i [utt I in. <?;.. > atrolman, .aid
"Jim" Flaherty, chief, present Incumbent?
? o: the offices, on the oth? r. gigi li I and
guffawed at this exhibition of aide iplitting
wit. Then th.. whole Itory had to he lold
ait over again.
Overcome by Badqe's Rays.
According to ??'?nain insatiate goealps of
Mctu hen, Patrolman Hutchlnson was
walking ('own Main street last Bundsy af
'? rno 'in cross-? yed from his < Sorts to catch
the g| ? new police badgi. a
v,as approached by three young men. The
?trangers were fairly well dreaaed, but
Hutchlnson looked upon them wit:, tb<
plclon ": .i patrolman who has held office
?.e arst day of .lain; try, lili
Was hi :. worn, b) the glint tr.-im his
i new badge, t.. prote t th.. dtls<
Metuchen from ail dangerous persons and
t' "pn serve p. tu e in the township "t
M tut !.. .. SO hi lp in.'"'.' Ih- was.
fore, Hutchlnson removed h- shiny club
from its holster ami circled about the
strangers with a hostile look
When they explained ti.;.: they ?ranted a
nlght'i lodging, nothing more, Hutchlnson
wai flabbergasted. Surely fortune aras
playing Into hi.- hands Hen h. bad ":?'"
1.. ii In '((!(-.? le-s i!i.in a month and !..
had throe prisoners f..r the town tail. No
arould "Paddy" Horan. ?room ha had
aucceeded in office, i?- able to smirk and
grimace when Hutchlnson paraded pa I
genera] More. "Paddy" had never been in
?? of three prisoners d ?! Ing his entire
term of offl e, Huti a on .
Bows Charges Into Jail.
He looked tip und down the length of
Main street, hut none was ther>- <?> see h II
triumph. HOWi v r, the prisoners were his,
the honors belonged to blm. Hut.'
rted the thi 1rs loarn ? ha* k
atreet t.. the town i ill IP- aim I I
the ground with his I :?.?..I
them within. H? doffed his cap every time
he spoke to them, and when they toM
;.. dlgrees t <? wrote them down
flourishing ;: ind i m the | ill blottt i
John Arrow aid William Belcher, of
.. Hut? hlnson put
a the left wing "f the |all. David Car
mono, balling from Cheeti . wss
- ? orted p. the other wing in the mat
of the oldest Inhabitant . I of ale?
l? havt i ? ver ask? i for bedding
in ths three ceils TI i-? sav< ?' mm ii am
t arrai- nment, because there a ? none to be
i ? . refore, Hut< hint on left his prises
t< them:-? Ives with a light h- .rt.
There are bo many duties attached to
11,. offl? ?? of the i??? l< ?? '"i' ?? of Metu ?hen
th.it Hutchlnson was kept on the run oon
linuoualy. On .Sunday nlirht ho had to
stand guard at the ? blUI h door alai see
that Metuchen worshipped in proper fash?
ion. On Monday be had t<> he at -he \ ll
lagi pond, of course, p> see that the boys
and atria eonformed to the law when in. >?
skate, and yesterday?well, yesterday?
that new badge hud to i..- polished op and
the spots taken out of the uniform. A
man certainly earned his keep as an officer
of the law In Mett!. hen.
This afternoon George Bennett, th.- town
plumber, walked past the jail on his way
t,, dinner. He stopped when he beard
groans and laments coming from the lock
up. Ho was sun- "Charley" Hutchlnson
was Buffering from a Stomach a. he, and
?0 he ran to the. d. or and li. P tied
He was startled to hear ?ms for help and
WCafe demandH that the dOOf he opened.
, <-" U 8. Department of Agriculture
M-S ????jj??>w WEATHER liUKEAU
,_, _?? or?, It? ?e-o W(|Mf- ?*. ?** ?*? *t*
Q ri"l| till fI.#Dswif.il jfcw S I
I (*H 'e??-pf ?*'*??. ?M
0! av* v >*t?t, Vj* 2* *w? r--*.?t ? P " ??*-"d?r
?a* liAJiD o> o?at???tion? tura at>
I P. ?. US' V..IT.
hag i .?7 IaoIi*?
c.?.??.?I 1* mi
UM O.M la 1*95
THE WEATHER REPORT.
QSJrtal Massed und Forcea..! Wellington
Jan. 81.--In all parts of the country the weathe
remained fair. Tempi rntures have not ChavTaSW
decidedly throughout the country and fire sen
Orally bSlSW the normal In the region SBSt (I
the Mississippi Illv.-r and above the norm.U li:
the plaine states nnd Kocky Mountain rolen
and on the Pacific slope.
With the exception of local mows |n the re?
gl?n of Uta ?'.rent J,akcs the weather will re?
main fair Thursday and Filduy throughout tin
No decided temperature changes are Indicated
for any portion of the United State* during the
n< xt forty-eight hours.
The weather continues unsettled with local
snows In New England, the Interior cf New
York, the Ohio and upper Mississippi valley?
and the region of the Great Lakes.
The wind? along the New England and mid?
dle Atlantic coast? will be moderate to brisk
west sad northwist; south Atlantic coast, light
went and northwest; east f.ulf roa*t, light vari?
able; west Oulf coast, moderate north; lake
Michigan, moderate to brisk, northwest.
Steamers departing Thursday for European
port? will have brisk west and northwest winds
and overcast weather to the ??riuid Banks.
Forecast for Special Ixx-alltlrs.?For Eastern
New York, Eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey,
Delaware, Maryland, Virginia and the District
Si Columbia, generally favlr to-day and Friday;
not much change In temperature; mod?r?t?
For Northern New England, fair to-day and
Friday; moderately cold; moderate northwest
for Boutbarfl New England, fuir and some?
what colder to-4ay? Friday fair; bm
oort h weal winds.
?"or Weatera Ne? ? <.rk, mow Barries to day
:i. i probably Friday; not much change in tem?
perature; moderate weal and north weal wind?.
!'..r W.st VtrgUUa, cloudy to day. Friday lair,
not moch change in temperatura.
r. r Wettern Pennsylvania, mew flurries to?
day; Friday fair, ex" ; t mow n-nr the lake,
moderate oonUiwest winds, shifting to north
a i m
Official ohservatlons of UBtted State? weather
hur? aus taken at 8 p. m. yesterday follow:
?'ity. Tangparatara Weather.
Alhuny . 0 Cloudy
Atlantic City . 24 Clear
Jtoston . .'!?' Cloudy
Butralo . M 'Lar
fhii-aRo . se Cloudy
New Oil? an? . 4s Clear
St Ixiil? . 40 rioiidy
?Washington . 1> Cloudy
IXM-al ?inicial ileeord.?The following official
IwasN from the Weather Ftureau shows the
change* In the temperature for the lost twenty
four hours In comparison with the correspond
In!- date of last year:
1?>11. 1?12.| tfU. 11*12.
3 a. m. 20 27] ?P- ?. ? 24
A a. m. B 2*1 ?p. m. M M
t? a. ?. M g l'P ??. r'7, '"
12 m. M M ,2p m. M
4 p. m. i> -"'
Illirhest temperature yesterday. 3.1 d> ,-r-s ut
MO a. m), lowest, 23 tat 7 p. ni); a
2S- average- for (utT<'v\x>nAU\g date last year, 24;
average for corresponding date la*t ihlrty-ihree
* Toral Forecast?Generally fair to-dajr and
Friday, not much change In temperature, mod?
erate northweat wind?.
LIEUTENANT GENERAL SIU ROBERT S. 8. BADEN-POWELL AND
The young New fork Boj? Beout srho welcomed ti.'- hero of slafeking.
stl ran half a mile to the home oi
Chief Flaherty anil told him there were
ghosts In the town jgji. Flaherty pinned
on his badge, snatched hi* helmet from a
i followed Dennett.
herty*s Angers trembled as be fumbled
with the lock, and his knees rattled Uk<?
taneta bul he was plumb tame, When
he stepped Into the Jail be was over?
whelm? . with dismay. There lay the three
prisoners ?>r "Charley" Hutchlneon. They
! were gaunl and almost fronen, and very
mad. After they had been fed and wanned
it the grocery store "hey went Into ?let.ills
regarding their opinions <?f Hutchlneon.
Then they left town on ? fast freight.
which iras the way thO) ame in.
Chief Flaherty las locked himself up In
his home, where he hi weighing the ,,vi
? ler... against llutchlnson. There are
rumors that "Charley" win He lined ten
days' pay, and "Lyi v By< ?' Bnot Foruatt
ami "Smiling Paddy" Horan are all i;rina.
WALDO REVERSES CROPSEY
Remits Finos Imposed on Fifteen Cap?
tains and Four Lieutenants.
Polk ? ' Waldo Issik d an
ordi r j est ? sa I bal had
v t..i m< r i on mlsstoner
tptal and four lien- j
ter.ants f..r vi dation of hi? or 1er thai < o*n- j
I mending officers should ? ign senior pa?
trolmen to rk, such a* watching
prieoni p?tale, gnaniin? ths bodies
of d. id ns nntil ti ? if a
? . forth The lieutenants who
irare fined rder when doing
duty as acting raptalna
Tho Com m I . ner reduced from a first
grade del ? t I ? I i pa
.?i. al IMPS, William J File, and sen!
him to the 1 t ? ? t station Pa- ,
trotinan Kdwa d J. Gleason, of the Oreen
wich ??? itrlck H. Purcell, of
the r nlon, ?ere dismissed !
(rom t' ? d< i u tment I
Boy Scout Hands Him Taft's Let?
ter?Goes to Boston.
Lieutenant General sir Robert B s
Baden-Powell, defender of Mafeklng and
organiser of the Boy Beout movement In
England, arrived here yesterday on the
steamship arcadian, of the Royal m U
steam Packet Una The Arcadian brought
Mm here via Colon and the West Indies
While on the Isthmus he mad.' an inspec?
tion of the Panama > 'anal.
He win visit the Boy Bcout organisations
In all the lark.'" American dtlea He Will
not lecture In this dty, but Will deliver an
illustrated lecture In the First Congrega*
tlonal church, in Ifontclalr, on c i even
:n?r .if February ?
The Arcadian .ame uro Quarantine
lerday just as Blr Robert bsd finished
breakfast, and on coming on deck !..
greeted by William Waller, s fourteen
year-old toy Beout, who delivered a letter
of welcome from President Taft, s
honorary pre Idenl of the Boy Seoul
Maater Wall? r boarded the iteamahlp
from the revenue .utter, was dressed In
khaki, and wi i ' ?> mi laL The de i
tl'.n sttrs led H:r Robert'! attention, and
wh.n he asked I ? what It waa for,
young Waller re-i?.-.i m< Saving
Sir I: itly ! with
t growth ol : ??? B< oui n
merit in \m. rica, w ? ? led t it of
othei ? tt He h i '?? ? n visiting In
, . Sweden, I" nmark. Mai?
land, Belgium, Prance and Chill, where he
mid the Boy Bcouti were Intensely Inter
ested In their organlsatlona
He i? -i-"', dm ' l ? al ?? on I
I, which, h< .ii.
work ever done I ?' man, and he attrl
its luccess t.> the "gerdui of i olonel
.,... -i i| ?? m i the gn .t sanitary adi
. ..f I \.l.?nol I Iai '
'Itl?l? SOIS IK
Armed Rule Checks Leaderless
HAYWOOD WILL COMMAND
Ettor, from His Cell, Exhorts Op?
eratives to Stand Fast?No
Lawrence, Mas?.. Jan. 31.?Encouraged .by
the presence of militiamen, who aro con?
stantly In evidence in the streets, on foot
j and on horseback, more operatives reported
i for work In the textile mills of the city
to-day than on any day since the strike of
twenty thousand employes began, nearly
| three weeks ago. The mill agents gave out
'? a .statement to-night to the effect that In
one of the larger milla fully 40 per cent of
the regular complement reported for work
during tiie day "A still more marked ac?
cession Is expected throughout the re?
mainder of the week, as tho fear of In?
timidation is removed and tho people have
j become assured that there can be no re?
newal of the violence of Monday," says
The strikers, however, deny any deser?
tion from their ranks. At a general strike
meeting held to-day representatives of one
' nationality after another repotted their
people as standing fast Most of those who
arc working are said to be French-Can?
adian and other English speaking opera?
To-day was one of the qulotest since the
Inception of the strike. The arraignment
In court of Joseph <J. Ettor, of New York,
the strike leader, and his lieutenant, Arturo
Olorannltti, editor of a New York .Socialist
paper, who were arrested at midnight,
ft I with being accessories to the mur?
der of Anna Lopesso, provoked no trouble,
although a demonstration had been feared.
After pleading not guilty and being held
without ball, the two were token to the
Essex County House of Correction to await
I earing on February 9. Extra militia
guards were on hand In cn.se of trouble,
but they were not needed. Ettor says Will?
iam A. Haywood trill !?? here In a day or
two to lead tho strikers.
Through his counsel. Ettor sent a signed
appeal to the strikers' committee, request?
ing the members to remain firm In their
determination and not to submit to arbi
tratlon or a compromise. The appeal says:
in accord with the desire on the part of
the min owners to break your strike and
that they may continue to apin and weave
your lives into cloth, they arrested whet
they cl.se to call the backbone of the
strike." I.? t this serve you as a spur and
determination to cany on the strike to a
Colonel Sweetser, the military command?
er, rescinded the permission he had granted
for a parade in connection with the funeral
of the Lopezxo woman, fearing there might
be an ?? itbreah among the body of ten
thousand strikers who had planned to par- !
ticlpate. Word of his action did not reach
the strikers until several hundred had gath
<?.'i about the undertaking establishment.
wh re the line of march was to have been |
formed, and it was neeeeeery to send a,
squad of s?hn, is to disperse them. When
the militiamen appeared the crowd quietly '
? ed. Late this ? > the worn- i
an's body was quietly laid away in St :
Mary's Cemetery, the funeral procession
Sting of only the hearse and one car
The movement for an investigation by
ture at Boston of the strike situ?
ation took a definite step to-ilny, when th*
Houat Senate an order calling
for an Inquiry, to begin next Saturday.
This a tlon -v ?- taken alter the House had
refused to accept the report of the fom
on Rule? urging that the investiga?
tion be postponed. The order will tome up
In the Senate to-morrow.
WHISTLING CLUB IN CHURCH.
! Heckensack, S J . Jan. ' (8peclal)..-The
i 0|d p "Wnl tie and I'll corhe tee
ye, my lad" has I.n revived In Hlllsdale
now thai the Rev. William Burd, pastor of I
t> ? Hlllsdale Methodist ' bun I
i termlned t" Introduce his whistling club
of twenty boys at next Sunday Evening's
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NEWSDEALER BACK IN COURT
Test Case Probable Over Batting.
Circulars in Papers.
Magistrate Freschl will hear argument to?
morrow on an application to reopen tbe
case of Samuel Horowitz, the newsdealer
at Ninth avenue, and 4M street, who wa?
found Kiiilty of violating a city ordinance
by distributing circulars In the papera ha
sells, but has not yet been nentenoed.
Counsel for Horowitz sali in the West 6ld?
court yesterday that It was not proved that ;
th. streets had basa littered us a result'
o? the distribution of the circulan, and ho
cited the ordinance, as follows:
N'o person shall throw, cast or distribute.j
In or upon any of the street?, avenaea or:
public places, or in front of yarda or a too pa.
any in adulta, circulara, carda or ath?e ad
According to Magistrate Freachi. th?
whole matter rested on ihe meaning of tha4
word "distrlbuto" as contained in the
ordinance. He said:
In my opinion It is not necessary to provo
that circulars and such matter were thrown
on the itreet He who distributes such
matter In a public place is guilty of a mia
demeanor under th* ordinance. assuming,
of course, the constitutionality of the ordl
nance, and he who receives any auch olr-1
fular so distributed and throws it upon ?
the itreet commits a separate offence, ami
is able ?uilty of a misdemeanor under the
There is no difference betwesa the caso
i of the man who stands on a street oorner
or other public place and openly distributes :
[handbills or advertlatng matter, such a?'
may be cast upon and litter the street, and
that of th.- man who chooses to adopt a
container, envelope, wrapper or other thing
in which he can Inclose or place handbills,
circulars or advertising matter. The latter]
Is precisely in the same position, in my'
opinion, If he uses that means of distribu?
tion as the man who stands on the street
corner and gtvef sway circulars.
If it Is a violation of tho law in on*? case
ft la in the other. I ??sum? It to b? the
purpose of the ordinance to prevent dis
trlbutlon of such thitus that the ordinance
the word "or" In the phrase "throw,
cast or distribute."
Counsel for the defence, it is said, acting
on a suggestion of Magistrate Freschi, may
surrender his c'lcnt, obtain a writ of
hah. as corpus a: d take the matter to the
Supremo Court for a test case.
$275,000 BID FOR VAULTS :
Carnccjic Trust Fixtures To Be Sold,
But Dickeruson Estate Can Make Offer.
Justice 3erard dot Ided yesterday that
the sale of the vaults and the fixtures of
the Caraegts Safe Deposit Company by the
Intendent "? Hanks for |?7I.*M to
!. Klnnicutt & Co. may be consum?
mated by noon to-day unless la the r ean
tune I.oiiis Marshall, who opposed the sale,
an show s plan equally to the advantage
f the sto 'knotdera of the company.
Marshall represents the est.,t.. ,,f maries
I il? i., itson, a ii" v ' at of the
ompany He asked for a delay of two
eeki to formulate a better plan than
i ,( of Mi" Superintendent or" Banks, wili
iin F Bheehan, who appeared for the
?respective buyers, rafcl the deal must be
ut through to-day cr not at all._
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80 Spring St.. Bethlehem, Pa.
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i>e ir Sir:? _
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