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THE SUN, "WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1912.
!N "THECASE OF BECKY"
l 'nnH Lnrli 1'lny of n Dual
:i HAD SKLF
H'TnitiP Finnlly Able in Get
tlir iHrr of Her Wirkorl
"The (ne of lleckj-" At the llrtasro
D- I" n'tmn Ubert Hrunln
pr I'fer Ilrry r Ilrntvnn
tn Itl Itinene O'llrlen
Vrfon- lidiinn Charles Djl'on
M t IV nitlll Mnrv- l.vuton
pvottiv Franren Starr
Probihly no thentie manager certainly
no drnmailst would lilleve In this year
of pr-ie that the theatre la the source of
fdentlllf Inform' linn. Fiction In other
.'.irms may occasionally have RlMed the
jfien''nV rill viivreaafiilly, hut even thn
mest trtiotant would not turn to the thea
tre It enlightenment ns to the proirre!
nf mntil or ntiy other science. It la tint
iherfoie to the psrudnpiychlc phases of
Ll'vard Locke's new pln, "The f'nse of
F " that attention la to he directed,
S-h mI.v worried over the question of splr
full am that nilcht have been raised by
The Upturn of l'eter ilrlmtn." The New
Vcrk puMIe revelled In the heautlea of that
d,.nra ami was grateful.
Tlie phiii" attitude will probably be
risa "Mined toward the new play which
Pa 'd HHiiseo pr'tlucd In hi? own theatre
UM nlcht Whether or not dual per.
fdnlltlea eist In the same human In-lim
svtli one or the other alternately In con
tml, whether good or ell may periodi
cally dnmlnate a perron ami the exit
fp ''t be ultimately exorcised--these o,us
tnns did not Interest th" audience last
n KM any more than the hypnotlem which
Taul Totter put Into "Trilby" or the
rtMible nature of Hobert Louis Steven
ten" phvrlclan with the contrnstlnR na
ture Mr Loeke was perfectly JuMlllcd
In uini? psychic Influences to make his
rl.iv lnleietltm, and they succeeded In
'.mp.irtlnc nn clement of novelty nnd
tn:ieiy to the scenes. .Mr. Helasco's
(: in n n stage matiiiKer of course made
their rlfertlwmsa greater than It would
have been under ordinary circumstances,
P- M"rt m Prince's book, "The Case of
Fally,' may have stiRCestcd Mr. lAcke'a
piav. hut It was the flrtlon of last night's
rti.ttm that absorbed llto audience. The
foeetator saw u physician treating by rus--stion
and h pilosis a Klrl who In her
rmal condition was itentl and sweet,
.t under the Influence of a sfoonil pel
finality grew evil, vicious and cunnlnc.
th.s tirl's past the doctor knows noth
Mil" has bi'cti. however, the subject
'f a p-avfllliiK charlatan who exhibited
and b.if"ie thai lime had carried off
r. molhi to appear with him In the
i. ttiensti minus h made In public. This
".is me mother of th clrl whom the phy-
ii, 'i Ii.ik under his control.
Sim Is the Have of the hpnotlst and It
It all but impossible for her to refuse to
Hi his .bidding. It develops In the prog
t s of the story that this mm had led
a) the w,fe of the physician, whose
piitietit is tlui'i In reality his own dauh
! It is through his success In hypno
t t-g t'.ii iiiack th it he regains the affec
i u of the Kill, keep-, her character ul
" j n Us loveliest phases and drives out
mill the man who had wronged
hllll s.i ib-opy.
inbr Havid Helasco's Inccimparable
'"Uih this rather elemental)' iuniiounil
' I'l.-loiliuma and supertleliil scli-ntltlc ill
I skii. lecame ii v mipletely :iboiblng
pn The v.-lzard of the Aineilcan tluvitie
tlllllll ml lit the outset the Sf .ise of 11-
. slim us lion nf his colleagues are ubl
" In that happy woild lie had cie.ited
'r them the spi ct.itoi s sat entranced
! nev never asked whv or how. That
I iibllng spit II hail been iiuleted, Just as
hypnotists In the play held their sub
.' is under control.
The teal Tlalsimo and Dr. Kmerson
i. mncd last nUht with the gray haired
! i ii. who came before the curtain after
' cli.se of the second act, clutched his
gesi accessible lock and said he was
jd nf Mis Starr. He might well have
1 he w s proud of the whole structuie
The l as- of lleeky," since his ma
of the theatte's nit was never trl-
i "liant over flimsier material than Mr.
' ii ke s play is built of Yet the peiform.
f.i 'e engrossed the audience In every epl-
J- There was never u minute when the.
" tators weie able to escape from the
inotism of Mi. Helasco's leallzatlon
hy possibilities of the play long enough
t penetrate Its Inherently trivial quallt
Fiances Stun- Indicated the dual nature
' the hetolne with unusual virtuosity
n Indication In the second act of the
t-.dden transition fmtn good to evil was a
i ii de foiee. of theatilr int. Her tilumph
v s th greatel because she waa depart.
altogether fiom the oidlnaiy course
f '.atute. It may be that her task would
1 iv e been more dllllcult had It been nu
' .re nnd not, so to speak, a set piece of
' i.itrli tM'lmlnue that she was; reveullng.
Her achievement was In any case notabl
' ie, even If It suggested so often the
'liarl.' Palton acted ths charlatan
J! yUntno with the necessary picturesque
rs and florid manner and Kiigene
' H len added the clmrin of jouth
a .1 manlnn.ss to the cist as the
' nig lover Albert Humlng us the serl
ii exponent of mental Idlosynciaslcs fut
"fd a dignified oonrfast to the extiavn
. i-'es f.f lliihnnm The two scnes--one
l i t"! ofllce of the conventional char
' and the other a labmatory -were
,'iii t background foi as novel and In-
'J a melod-ama as New York has
s . ,t in ycais.
RUSS WIIYTAL IN VAUDEVILLE,
Vrtor iienrs In n 1'rpiti'h 'I'lirlllrr
ill the I'lflll Avrnne.
l.'ii" t the Fifth Avenue Tlieatre.
.'I 1 1. i.i i Ituss V hy'u
'im'h f the (imnd (iulunol have
tr i ii rout In tliie country. .Some
'i that Iihvm proved most sue
I ".ere have not mot with hiiciius
iiti ml iii nor iivvu stave t harles
'lie V IVilephoue, " which was
,- I'll. f no Lost iled In 1'iips, al
'I ' t i.i ie -lurM ,i..eiit to Anglo-
"is I his Heel, lluss Whytal
i ' 1 Hi" lilih venuo 'Iheiitre
1 'ii n lei n , i.rlgiiuil title "l.iil"
i " n I'in.i
i . M l "ii. to he a murderer who killed
I i' in. hi lor her money and jewels,
is .i i. 'in her an I lenrned of her wealth
"i i vug meal ,11 her house. I h
i ' ' u.e play p,i-.iM In a room in iho
i ii'iniMn in 1'iiris It Is occupied by
n il! umiien who nilghi lie described
-.ii- dons mi "l.inny'.s rint I'lay" as
"I oi m I ho very fullest ucicpta-
' 'lv i he mnrderer creeps Into Ihelr
' III . ' II" lllsapl it,h vvhll the1
1 . inns a Im, ie iii champagne to lhe
neii nn i oniiausieii nnriitler lie
' "' his gold nnd iheu his Jewelry,
i id lieen imi bv him by his grand-
' i im was an empress All the lime
ips nn. his wine nnd Hlindilerinif at
' 11 'he . oiivlctlon that this Is th
ir cieciM over iho girl Kh will
11 " re,ird offered for him dead or
I '.i helots rallin the police she
make certain that he has oo his arm
'I' "Inch Is mentioned n all the de.
i In dlcoverin(t the mark she
so cxulijiiiiio th.t h .v,.i
. w .w.vui '"obfa tne oraer to firms.
SCENE FROM BELASCO'S
will betray him nnd In the dark stnbs her
Ituss Whytal played this role yesterday
aftemo.m lor some unl.nown reason with
a Trend accent It is not easy to see why
n Frenchman among his own people should
nave spoKen In away different to their own
Nor did he In the lenst site-crest the. hmrn
of strength who would commit such ft
crime, .sarah lll.tla, as the young girl who
received him. Is now heninninc to make
good use of her talents When she '"as
be connected with the Sunday night dra
matic enterprises of .liilius llopp there was
no doubt oi her natural talent She now
knows more about its use and her por
rormanco was vital and moving.
IRVING PLACE THEATRE OPEN.
Flllllfltr,, I Pro
There In net-man.
Karl rioessler's play "Pie Kuenf Frank
furter,'' or "The Vivo Frankforters,"
opened at the Irving Place Theatre last
night nnd will be there all the week. This
piny was one of the great successes In
Oernnny last season and the author made
a fortune out of his hippy Inspiration of
writing a play about the history of the
"The Five I'rankforters" Is to be staged
here thl season In Imgllsh by the Shu
berts under the title of "The Golden I.ane."
FIANCE TOOK RING
Mil Hi'iivvn.ti.iii Him TiwivIi '
.ills' 1)1 ( lisieill II US .UK (H),
, .... .... ... .. ...
i inner ii ii ii ni mui hit ;vr-
rested for I.nreeny.
A seaside rorunnco that vva, shattereil
when Mm Hosie llrownstejn, '.'0 years
old, of 331 liroome street, Mnuhattn,n,
went bathing at liockaway lleach lust
summer with her intended husband,
Jacob Vuliler, '.'jyearsold, and his brother.
Max Vuliler. ;'7 years old, of 11 ICnst
tilth street, Manhatta'i, cam. tiji for
review before District Attorney Matthew
J. Smith in his offices in the Court House
n Long Island City yesterday afternoon.
The brothers, accompanied by their
attorney, Ira C Damn, sought to induce
Miss HrowtiHleln lo withdraw her com
plaint of grand larceny against the
brothers and also to release Jacob from
his engagement to many her.
1 11 1 .1.... 1 1. v.. i.i.. 1
II in (MifKt-11. lliui tiiivini .inri 11114
spent more than tM in preparation J
for his apiiroiichlng iimrrm5e and had
given Misj HrowiiHtoiu several valuable I
diamond rinns. when for some reason his 1
Unaware of his change of sentiment
Miss Hrownstein alleges that she accepted
an invitation from the brothers to join
them for an afternoon's bathing at Hock
away They all deposited their valuable
in one envelope at the bath house, and
Miss Hrownstein ullege she put four
diamond rings, valued at about I'l'M,
two of them gilts from her fiance, in the
envelope with the property of the two
Afte rthey had been In the water a
short time, she hay, Max Vuhler was
seived with a longing for a cigarette
and left tho water Ho didn't return, and
when Mis Hrownstein went to claim
her valuables she alleges that she found
that the brothers hud taken possession
of the envelope and its content. Shu
had them arrested mid they were held
lu t l.iioo bonds each on a charge of grand
larceny by .Magistrate Keinpner
o restore Iho nuns to Miss Hrownstein I
and have her drop the complaint and
also release .laeob Vuhler from the en
gagement District Attorney Hmlth re
fused to listen to It, and taking possession
ol the rings he ordered them locked up as
evident and directed that the case be
presented to the Grand duty
sr.utK.s i'iiom Tin: m.raitM-ii.
State Cfl'iiptro'lrr Sohnier reports that ihe.J
siock iransrer tax recvipts
veitr' which rndul Si-nteinlier
37.',. as nullum 3,;0'),I3I tnr Hie pri-i'i'illiie
Willi the husband of the victim !n cus
tody fur the seioini time, ihe poiir,. h-t.m
strri.i.v to unravel f lie mystery surrrninil.
In Hie muribr nf Mrs lleseln I'nr'e, whose
nude ini.lv '. rniinil hurled iirider six feet
f en nil
near Mineral rulii'e I'rk, I'uelilo, I
Amnnff the cases handed down by the
Court r.f Appi-als yesterday was one iifflrin
InK ihe conviction nf .Inhn I'aln, a N'ew v.irk
lit i;ro who im May 17, 1111, stjhtieil three
tut ii In death and nrnuided six ethiT
Dtvnl cnuniv accepted K II ftolllns's hid
nf i;'r.u.0u0 fur IMO.OOO K"'"l roails ImiihIs
yeslerdiiy at .lacksonv llle, Kla . thf ei;.illi.v
liHVlnK been prnnniinred valid by Hie I " n I - -, I
Htiites Cniirt Six New York rlrm Inrbntiin;
Harris, Forbes C". Hie New V. nrk Life ln
siirniKH I'niiip'iny, llrant I'uok. and While,
Itmhs e Cu, ttere mij bidders
While working with a telephone line gann
raisltut potes. lian H.illaeeey nf 1'ialnnelil
i'nnn . and Wlllhtm Hinlih nf 1'rnvldenc
were Injurs ti bv a falllnc derrick llallassi ,
vtho was 31 ears nf ace, was Mile, I ami
.Smith's Injuries are fital.
The (leorila llallrosd was tlei up last
nliht as Ihe result of the strike nf con
ductors and trainmen. Inrludlnt haae
masters, flagmen and yard crews The strike
order was Issued by Vice-President T A.
Oreir of the Order of Railway Conductor!
and Vice-President James Murdock of the
Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen after th'
railway company had finally refused to (rant
te flemtnns or ine men. uver igg men
SAY ETTOR TALESMEN
FEAR REVENGE THREATS
All Dny Quest, for Jurors to
Try Lmvrpncp Strikn Lead
ers Is Fruitless.
.Tl'PfiE SPEAKS SHARPLY
Prosppulor nnd Poliec
Wnrninjrs in Telegrams
Salkm, Muss., Oct. I. When the Khsox
county Superior Criminal Court was.
adjourned lato this afternoon the Jury
box still had ten vacant seats and I.ttor,
Giovunnltti nnd Caruso were no nearer
to hearing tho evidence against them
for tho killing of Anna Iiopezi ut Law
rence than last night
Fear of revenge at tlio hands of friend
of tho three accused men unquestionably
had much to do with the discovery by
talemen that they were either biassed
or opposed to the death iH'iinlty, and the
examination of 131 clti.ens or the county
" 1101 t,'mU 1,1 ""' -"I'l'tious to tho two
, , , ,
So far 21) of the 3D0 talesmen sum
moned have been examined and all of
them except Christian V. Iirsen and
Robert I' Stillman have escoHl service
either because of reason they themselves
expressed or because of peremptory
challenges by elllter tlio prosecution or
It U believed more than likely that
District Attorney Attwill will have tocall h,,m,.l) with 1 11.-4 tiKfi 1 1 smile.
a new venire. Ettor I the mot complacent of the trio.
In a sharp talk to the talesmen Judge . 'I hi morningluring the wait before court
Oulnn said' .opened lie laughed and talktd with his
' " " ,' r . . fellow occupants of the steel cage, nnd
"There i no occurrence of any great , .ls ,.,,.crfiil all day.
publicity that does not leave some im- 1 Court opened nt' U IO o'clock and for
prcbsion in the human mind We 1n.1v five minutes Judge yiiinn conferred with
get a version of nn event to-dav lu a news- H'" attorneys During that period u
""u ' J .....,.i ',i 'iiMinlryiimti of (liovannitti had a ta k
.aper or Trotn conversation, and we may wU ,,,, u, ,m, (.nK(, colmtr
get o different version to-morrow, and man (liovannitti snid that both E.ttorand
our minds muv accept the mo-t probable he were glad that the people of this coun
version. lint ordinarily I think the human "T. I taiice and Italy were so much in-
. ., i . n .r 1 j
JUilgmetlt IS hell HUpeiltieii iit'itutt u fviiut-15
to H'Iiy final conclusion as to the merltu
0r a matter
1.1 i.,.i.. tv,.,.i ,.,..,vi..t-
ing a defendant of an olfeiic. punishable
with deathV The community. I div ided
in regard to that mutter. Muny peojilt)
will say 'ns u mutter of legislation 1 dis
approve of it; I would not vote for su'i
a measure. 1 think there are other meth
ods of putiWhtuetit fur mom kindly mid
"It i not a question of policy or what
votir preference may be as a mutter of
: . ,., . ,, , ,i...-,i.. ,.,,,.
legislation that is lo determine jour
... .LI- mIi..,. Il U 'nr.. vmir
Hill"' I l,,,r..,. ...... ,
opinion so intertwined with your con-
aefn.v.K nnd liidcmeiit that von could
Hot set tlnim usido when you Kit in the
Jury panel und determine the cue like
reasoning men upon Iho evidence a it is
presented; or, In other words, whether or
' -l.l M.bordlna.0 your own
views in regard to capital piinihment to
the law and the evidence, particularly the
'Iho ilndgo's appeals had little effect
uppurently, for those who e.iiiie forward
subsequent l offered the Kline encllses.
l no aversion to jurv semen in tin case
has surprised court and counsel.
"It may Im that these talesmen havn
become alarmed by these minors audi
s for 'he itsrafj reports of violence link ss I heso men are
nr3hePrpr"''d!ng .released." said District Attorney Altwill
' -u,.,.iutliln r. itviilnt lv is the roiillur
Hepeated tleclnratlons liv veniremen
that they would Hot alter their opinion
. ... ". ,, . . . ,
notwitlislandlilg III" evidence caused
.i.i,, ()Miu to tiller a sham rebuke
early in the afternoon session.
District Attorney Attwill declared to-
day during a recess at the trial that hohud
received many letters niid lelegrams,
all or mem uusigiieu, minting iiemuniis , that further action might be taken be
, ami some containing threats cause of discharges. He had been In-
I "I have got ho used to them, " said the formed tlkat about rM operatives had been
! District Attorney, "thai they mi longer i refused work, and thero was talk at hoad
! interest me. The latest was a telegram I quarters of a meeting of the central coin-
lit u iimrn i in n tun in iriuti i i,.....,
destroyed the telegram. It read
"'Unless Ettor and Giovunnltti and
Caruso aro freitd we will murcli on tho
"I have been geling such messages
for months, but they don't scare mo in
City Marshal Patrick Lelmn said he
received to-day two so-ealleri Black
Hand letters, one postmarked Lynn
and the other Lawrence,
"These letters, " continued Lohan, "were
rather clumsy affairs written on market
un'esj th? tlirej i'nir.i?: , i. released
pnrter mr uecmreti m erfeot that
"THE CASE OF
and tlio poliro pivo thorn overy con
sideration tlm court house would lio blown
"(Inn of tint lettors cntno from Law.
retico At tln bottom of it skull nnd cross
bones went drawn. It was written In n
illitornto bund I paid no attention to
it, however, and handed It to tin- captain
nnd told him to tear it up and throw it in
' the WT.stn basket
"I rocoivod nnotlier letter from Lynn
.of n similar nature, but 1 lint went tlio
( same way us the Qrst. If thills, from
, other cities come to Halem and try to run
.things here they will pet n vvnrifi recep
tion. Tint minimi anybody gote fresh
in this city he will cot nrreMed If my
police department is not bin enough to
I handle ntiy Munition thut may nrisn
' 1 will call out the lire department nnd if
1 necessary Hie iniiitin
npf 1 Since the trial began yesterday iIikIkb
i Quimi tins recttived n number of letters
1 nml ti'lecrnms, cliieilv from Itnlians,
stlRKctiiig; what lieoiicjit todointhticni-e
No threats liuvo been made in the nu'n
(aces sent to the Judge,
i A crowd of fani iMthenil in Federal
Mreet in front ol the court hou-n. at 1
o'clock I' M to see the prisoner walk
.X", - ", 'w
t).r W1W , ,.flt.,.r for
to the two hacks nnd start back to Jail
i present and
the three nris-I
oners. 1 lu police riiior-od about a
lotiii I. W v. picket n who congregated
near some of the halem null to-dav
These pickets lifter being ordered to go
uwny proceeded to the court hout
illiain 1). I lay wood mid M'-s Klinheth
Curlev l'lynn. I . W leader-, arrived
in .Salem from Lawrence at about 2 l.i
o'clock Thev weto imin.Hliatelv sur
rr,,,,..i.i i... . - .a.... .... ,
n, olieertully HtK,.(i for n i-ria'i-hot
, .New or their arrival was conveved to
i'v Mursluil Lehaii at the court hotb-e
and lie detai fd an oil cer to keen them
'under surveillance. The pair went to the
ofllctt of I'.ttor's attorney for a con-ulu
Not such a crowd as yesterday waited
tin morning to mui the three manacled
prisoners brought to the court hoiisy.
Onlv u few hundred gathered, and as
Caruso, Lltor and Cuovatmitti passed
a taiiering cheer wa ral-ml nml some
words stfiki n in Italian. Even thl slight
leiilom-t rut lou of svmti.'ithv I'ratitied
.1... .1 I r .1 ... . : '
lerested 1 I ie r case
- iM.ft to li f eel
, v iif tVii-s I'liMrgewdd'lTovannim
-riu' onlv lliiiig we me guilty of is trying
to help the workitiginen."
i Speaking ol the tiols at Lawrence vo-
t ,rt . ,ad there was violence there
We have always counselled against vio
lence nnd we were not in favor of the
Lawrence operative going on strike
again All three of us are feeling flue
and we expect to leave this court room
free men when the trial ends "
The examination of tho talesmen hea-nn
about III o'clock nml hv rucnns tlntn ni
.Vi'i!, ,',...,.;' ;..'.....!.!.
'", "i'i"i'"ivj-'i""i" men were
,iiZ,.,l l,,it without success Kevv of
.1.. .,...l !. i
,r-'-, ,i,t. 1 IJII n luurii'i nun run
sequent ly there were not many dial
LESS TROUBLE IN LAWRENCE.
I'icriit for nistiirbmier nt Mill Ante
Strikers Are Cnlvt,
I.AWithNCi:, Mass, Oct 1. Except for
a small disturbance near tho gate of the
Arlington Mill Ibis morning Ijiwrence
wa peaceful Tho twenty-four hout
"protest" strike ended this morning
nnd the N IXMI ontiral lve who either from
,)1(!r own a(.Ci)n or f,.ar refrained from
entering the levtlle establishments yes-
terday, Hocked to their old places,
Thero uio still cloutls on tho labor
horbon Some. TOO
,, Wood mill cnmi
Italians employitl in
came out soon after the
machinery started up for tho forenoon
run because It was asserted one of their
number hud been refused his old Job.
'Ihent wus some talk of a "discrimination"
strike being started against the American
Woolen Comivany, tho biggest employer
William Yates, secretary of the textile
branch of the I. W. W , said II was possible
i. ..!.,.... i, irtif ti umuu .1
iniiiii - Tt ii'-iiit,.iv ... ....-v.,,n ,it,n
About 2,000 workers went Idle to-duy.
either beouiiso there was no work or be
cause they hud struck in support of some
It was learned that half n hundied
nf the ringleaders In the trouble at tho
Wood mill on Saturday wero discharged
when they reported for work. Those
who had figured in the stopping of motors,
breaking of eleotrlo lights or other damage
were discharged promptly.
William D. naywnod, one of the leader
oth? Induitrlal W'orltcrs, came here this
llirry r Ilrnwn.
forenoon. He went nt onco to tho Law
renco heniiiuirters nf the organization.
He said ho desired to become iicfiinintcd
with tlio mill situation before making a
letter Haywood said: "One of the reason
I came wn to llnd out certain, .-onditions
In connection with the trial of F.ttor and
(iiov.innittl. Wo have reccivisl letters
from orKnnizntion in nearly every nation
expres-liiK sympathy nnd Fiipport for the
men who aro now oil trial for their lives.
My stay hero will depend on condition,
but 1 probably will remain until the trial
"I regard the protest strike of yesterdny
as very remarkable, unit had II been free
frntn disorder it would have been that
much Kreater 1 had hoped to see n silent
twenty-four hour protest I do not bn-
ini'iiit .jinn iiu I inn t'ni i nil i ul nn
lleve there would have been nnv violence!1"8 stents being held. Ho refused to
had it not been precipitated by the police.
Haywood said ho cimo here in response
to urgent telegrams that were sent him
at Chicago when the trouble broke Thurs-
the contrast between the (.cenes of yes-
terday morning and to-day was ns marked
im coiiki on conceive" vv ner.t rioting
and assault. prevailed twenty-four hours
ago an wa quiet, except lor tne Arlington
InHll incident. The l. V V. nlekets.
ago all wa tiuiet. excent for the Arlington
mills incident. The I. Y V. nickels.
, who had been actively engaged inattempt.
' ing to prevent others from going to work
the day before, made no trouble.
At the Arlington cotton mills on Stafford
sttcet u crowd of a coupln of hundred
young men and bovs assembled anil the
ringleaders adopted the usual tactics
of trying to prevent persons from going
to worit. Operative wore roughly
handled, and this, with the howling of
the crowd, gave a serious aspect to the
situation for ii time.
A detail of policemen under command'
oi ii sergeant wn rusncd to uio sceno 1 me uocior, iiavmg louuti no outward
in one of the three automobile that tho I bruises on the throat. looked with a micro
department had in service They came j scope for little blood spots and if their
upon the disturbers, who were massed lircseiico would not have strengthened
against tint mill gate, before the rowd 'his theory of strangulation,
saw them. Tho policemen drew their. With his naked eye the doctor had not
club, jumped Into the in.ua and wielded discovered blood spots nnd whether they
their weapon effectively. The crowd ran were them or not he said they would not
in all directions
THREE PROTEST STRIKES END.
Worker nt lluv i-rhlll Still
nil 1 ,500 More Kxpcrtril,
T!oton Oct. 1 - The sympathetic pro
test strikes ended this morning at Harre,
Qutncy and Lynn, but In Haverhill It
r-prend to the leather remnant factorl"s,
where noo men employed by twenty
concerns refused to go to work.
This action was In line with th vote
taken at the meeting held last night
nt the Greek orthodox Church, when
the Greeks who are tmploycd by the
remnant concerns decided to Join the
1'ole.s nnd Lithuanian, who walked out
yesterday at a factory and n hat shop.
The leather remnant firms Involved in
a strike with the I, W. W. last July,
when their members were out for three
weeks, had not heard of the action de
cided on Inst evening and were taken
by surprise this morning when only n
few of their employees reported. Thost?
who went did not attempt to begin
work, but nfter staying n round for n
few minutes Informed their employers
, thnt they
nnd the other members of
4V " ",r
tweniy-rour I ours anil pons u y longer,
I ., ' i.,. .i ' . i.
I " """ t.h.iiu.-i 1,10 oinni nt.u
prlsonment of Ettor,
None of the manufacturers tried to
reason with the men and all were forced
practically to suspend business until
Ihe icturn of their mployee.s, Tho
firms were dplensed with the stand
taken by the I. W. W. They claim
thut their employees violated the agree
ments signed In .luly, when more pay
nnd less hours were granted.
Organizer H. Frank Daniels was con
fident this morning thnt the protest
strike will spread still further here nnd
he was figuring upon nt least 2, 000 bring
out before It Is called off, Ills claim
that over 6,000 would Join In the pro
test strike, which wus made last Sat
urday, Is not regarded Berlotisly by
shoe manufacturers or the officials of
Ihe Shoo Workers' Protective I'nlon and
the Itoot nnd Shoo Workers' T'nlon. The
lnller contend that tho I. W. W. will
not be able to muster over 1,100, tho
esllmnted strength of that organization,
Although they voted lust night when
they derided to continue tho Kttor
Glavannlttt demonstration for twenty
four hours more, all hut ono of the
noo or fiOO strikers at Lynn this morn
ing went back to their work as usual.
ETTOR RIOTS IN ITALY.
Workers Denounce I'. s, .ltboiiKli
Assured Men Are HitfeicoHrilril,
Home, Oct, L Demonstrations In
favor of F.ttor and Gloviinnlttl took
place to-day nt Florence, Ferrera, Asoll,
I'Icerno and other Italian cities. Thero
wero tremendous slitherings of work
Ingmen and women, processions and
speeches of sympathy with tho two im
prisoned Italians and In denunciation
of the United States Government.
In an effort to calm tha people the
Government haa made publlo a message
from the Italian Consul In Boston say
In Ettor and Glovannlttl have been
assured of every possible nufeijunnt
Prepnres Decision in Whirli Ke
Practically Charges First
Mrs. frihsnn. Verv
."says She Fears Only Dr.
G0.1IIKV, .V. Y Oct. 1. In a decision
declaring; him utility cf thn murder of
bis client, FlViso Metischlk S?4lx, Hurton
W C'libscii was held to-day for tho Orand
Jury by Speolnl Comity JudRo Uprbcrt
The decision wna dictated by the Judge
during: n live infntito rccrss taken for the
purose. It Man read by tho stenoKrapher.
For the purposes of this examination,
which l merely formal, It is my opinion that
there ha been sufficient evidence offered on
the part of the State to find that acrime has
been committed. The evidence further
wnrtants me in finding that tho defendant
Is cnlltv of the commli'lon of Hint crlmn.
I therefore direct that the defendant be
held to nwalt ihencticnof the Orand Jury
without ball for murder lu the first degree.
Heading of tho decision followed n.
session devoted lo the cross-examination
of Dr. Otto Kohultzn d tuing which ho waa
unshaken in his testimony that strangula
tion by compression from nn outward
force was the only possible cause of the
conditions) he found in tho throat of Hose
nnbo nt the autopsy.
. , . . . . .
Jtobeit H. Klder had Just closed his.
cape for tlu defence. Tho Judgo had
retired for five minutes. Gibson, his
wife, his three lawyers nnd his medical
expert were gioupcd together. When
the Judge icturucd to tho bench ho at
once ordered tho ftenographer to read
Mr. I.lder Interposed,
"Hut 1 had hoped before the court
made up its mind 1 would bo heard."
"I have made up my mind," said tho
Judge, "but I will listen to you."
"Such being the case there Is no use
of talking," Nild Mr. Elder; and the de
cision wan read.
Mrs. Gibson had barely time to pat her
husband nn the shoulder before he was
conducted to his cell, smiling nnd ob
serving: "I expected this. It was all cut and
Mr. Klder said he was not surnrisod at
discuss tho opinion the decision con
tained. Tlio lawyer's wife went to the press
I . , . ,
1 nm n"t surprised, she said. "I had
, hoped it would be otherwise, but was
uretmred for tli Is. J v faith n mv bus.
,mi j iUH. nH sincere as
.. .. .. . ' '. J .
"... i .
think anything has come
anv tiling nas come out Hint ought
, " sirnse my inun aii i nsic now is that
you boys give us a s-iuare deal."
i The cross-examination of Dr. Kohtiltze
v)Pan .i.( irm .bint? thl momimr u
,Rm ,t"' nrn tM' K mor" "K; e
iwn naked to complete his description of
' tho autopsy on the body of Gibson's
1 client lie told Mr Elder that he had
i preserved ill cold storuge all th organs
of the throat, which in their position
, indicate that strangulation was the cbufo
Mr Elder was determined n know if
controvert his conclusion
At this point the testimony of tho physi
cian became most damaging" and absolute
ly positive Gibson hitched his chair over
in a direct line with tho idivsician's eve.
I Mrs. Gibson edged over to their medical
I Gibson tapped with his foot and de
scribed circle with the oint of his shoe.
I Once he leaned over lo Charles Gold.ier
ana mini, i hi makes mo nervous.
"I there any position of tho organs of
the throat," Elder asked, "which cannot
come into existence except by strangula
tion?" "Yes, " returnd the doctor.
"Do any authorities support you in
"Who are they?"
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Llman, Marsohka, Ton Hoffman, Koliscke,
"Does Von Hoffman aay this condition
cm result only from atrangulation?"
"Yes, nnd he glvea a picture of It too."
"Do ntiy of tho others say tho same
"All of them."
"And you say that this wna strangula
tion by the hand?"
"I do not nay tho hand, but an outward
"Might it have been a hand?"
"It may have been,"
"Could this woman have been strangled
i under witter and leave such a condition
nn voti describe?"
I fVtitrl Itrn n w nn, haw. .4n,f1.rl
I ...... I . , l ' . I I ..... ,R,n DM Ug.lVU
i together nnd ono have strangled the otlicr
I wi,n B,l" Kpiileness ns to leave no skin
or subcutaneous marks?"
under water, no; above water, yes."
After adjournment the doctor said h
' knows n case where the position was Just
as in this case, where strangulation waa
i effected by it band leaving no external
marks or Mibcutanoous blond nnota.
Thomns Garrison was put on tho stand
by Mr. Klder. Garrison is a one eyed
boatman who from the distance of half
a mile saw, he said, two persons in the
boat rise ns though to dlvo into the lake
and walk toward each other.
Following Gibson's return to hl oll
Mr. Hogern instructed Sheriff Sutherland
to treat the lawyer ns he would any other
prisoner nnd to allow only counsel and
members of his family to see him.
On the train returning from Goshen
Mrs. Gibson laughed and talked with
Mr. Elder and newspaper men, freely dis
etiRslntr her husband h case. 8ho said
she believes a hypothetical question which
she assisted Air. Elder in framing will
more'than raise a question of doubt in the
minds of any Jury. She expressed herself
as unafraid and confident. It wn re
marked by Dr. O'llellloy that she should
have been a lawyer, nnd to this she replied:
"No, I am in Just the sphero suited
tome. I am n lawyer's wife."
During the day in court Gibson and Ms
wife did not sit near each other, and hardly
spoke. The difference in their manner
from that of tho day before was marked.
Mrs. Gibson was dresd as bocomlngly
ns usual, appearing more charming and
fresher looking than ever. On the train
i viut iiiiik mi" mi uic vviix ig'iiinii u a
lively vein, expressing her political con-
returning she led the conversation In a
i victions nnd her belief in the purity of the
American home and reasserting her
expectation of hr husband's ulti
mate return to Rutherford. Only ono
affidavit hold her husband, she said,
and that was Dr. Schnltze's. She believed
it a slmmo that only one affidavit should
put a man in Jeopardy, she said.
BLANKENBURO MAKES 'EM WORK
Phllnilrlphln Major Sets O to B mm
Honrs for Cltr Employees,
PurLAtiFxriHA, Oct. 1. "Black Tues
day" arrived to-day for every city em
ployee. Mayor niankenburg's latest
ruling, which forces city servants to
work from 0 o'clock In tho mornlns
until fi o'clock in the afternoon, went
"Since I have been Mayor," said Mr.
Ulanltenburg, "I have put In the some
hours as in my private business. I nm
not asking the city employees to do any
more than I am willing to do. I want
nil city work cleaned up nt the end of
each day, and If I h.avo to put two
more hours on tho working day I pro
pose to see that It Is done."
Trior to this city employees have
been strolling Into their offices nt any
time from !l to 10 o'clock In tho morn
ing and have been leaving promptly at
3 In tho nfternoon.
Tnr. Srs rfrelved yesterday IJO mor fer
"Annshf lie," her father .nd rrandfuther,
which was delivered. A check for IS cme
from VV. A. 1- anil tli was sent by friends
of r. J. S.
Pollre Inpretor Oeorite MrCluskr mi
reported lnt nlrht to be restlriK comforta
bly, hut his rendition Is still serious. Th
report thit he was dying was contradicted.
A small hoat In which four members of
the crew nf the flshlnir schooner Annie Ood
fret were returning to the schooner at anchor
In (iravesend flay last nliht was overturned
In a heivy se and MaRnus Otterson of
Ilrnoklyn disappeared. Ths others were res
cued. Tb Cost Conres of the Master rrlnters
of tho Middle Atlantic .States opened at Car
neule Lyceum yesterday. Six hundred print
ers from thirteen Stales were there to dls
ru the pres-nt and future of the prlntlnc
At the retjuest of Attorney Wise. Judge
Mayer In the t'nltcd States District Court
eserday postponed the trial of Julian Haw
thorne, Joslih Qulncy and Albert Freeman
until November 7. They are under Indict
ment chari:ed with uslnr the malls to de
fraud Investors with Hawthorne Pllver MJnti
President Alfred E Steers of tho Doroufh
of Hrooklyr. has decided to sever his con
nection with the National Guard within a
few months, when he will have completed
twenty-five years servhe
Right Honorable JAMES BRYCE
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everybody from the child
with innate seme of humor lo
the worldly person whomskei
the miitskr of thinking there's
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