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THE ST7N, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1912.
Ifiidfil the funeral of Patrick Oarvnn.
atiitrln-Iaw of Nicholas Urndy, hud
(,ffn composed of J. Kavanauph of
c0iiih Norwulk, Conn.; Mr. nnd Mrs.
furl fucker, formerly of Albany, now
(,( ,v, w York, Mr. nnd Mrs. .lames C.
Uradv of Now York, formerly of AN
Mnv Mrs. 1'. 1'almer davit of Al
um Mm C S. Hansom and MIssHnm
i;'tun No children of Mrs. (lavlt wore
nlih he party, Mr. Fnrrcll said.
j(r- tl.ivlt had been vlsltlni? Mr. and
,Ir lames C. Hrady nt their summer
i.me a Monmouth lieach, N. .1. Carl
, r t trc.isuicr of the I'lilted States
(. r ('nnipatiy. New York.
i- Kansntn left for New York with
f lialt to-nlKht.
RECALLS FEDERAL EXPRESS.
Cruel, llmen Trnln Wrecked
n I'nr Anr In Itlll.
The Federal Kxpross, the crack train of
v. New York, New Haven ami Hart
ford llallroad ninnliiK between Now York
inri Host on. was wi coked on .Inly tl.loil,
a mil'" nnd a half west of Bridgeport.
1elve persons were killed In this wreck
and tlftv more were injured.
I'he train was running behind schedule
time and the engineer took n switch nt
txtv union an hour, when tho railroad
ruins called for a fifteen mllo Rait. In
that wreck the train left its cist bound
track and crossing, over tho tracks plied
up on itself in the cut on the other side of
the westbound track.
THREE HURT IN TRAIN SMASH.
Ensincrr'n font t'ntchrs on Throttlr
nil He Lose. Font.
Nf.wroK, N. Oct. 3. In the collision
of a Lehigh Valley freight train nnd n
paenger train near Vail last night three
were hurt. They aro:
Caiikoix, Michael, passenger engineer,
left foot crushed.
(, Klils, Mrs. Hattie, of Milbrook, cut
V khon, William HEsnr, leg bruised.
pr Heck of l'ortland, a iwu-senger, at
tended the injured mid had tho engineer
removed to bin homo hero. It was neces
sary to cut off his foot.
Irie freight was to meet the passenger
tram at ail, but Instead of waiting kept
en larroll. engineer of the passenger
train, was travelling slowly on u curve
and saw tho freight coming. He jammed
Irakes anil reversed Ills engino. He pre
pared to jump from tho engine cab. His
coat caught on the handle of the tbrottlu
and he was held there whllo tho two en
gines came together.
MISS GOULD'S CAR IN WRECK.
She mill Her flm-sts lltrnpc t'nliurt
1-iiBlnecr mill I'lrrmnn llcnd.
lit fkalo, Oct. M. West Miore passenger i
train No. 1, from New York to HulTulo,
cra-hed into a freight wreck near Critten
den some seventeen miles east of this
ciu.at '.'45 o'clock this morning. The
i isg.ige car anil four coat-he-- left tho '
far,. Twentv-ono person.-, were injured,
i , o M-noiisly that they died in tho
1. lergenev Hospital this afternoon.
I he (lead arc Charles Smith of Buffalo,
"MKineer. and Albert . I. Ilu-Miisof Itoches-
r, tlreman of the past nger train. Alt
the injured in the hospital.-, Iiere utid
t.' l;.ila 1. 1 will recover. 1
U.uclied to the regular passenger
r.iw were two private eirs, one occupied
v U-s Helen Gould and a party of women
were going trom New nrk tol hicago,
,m other ocouptil I'.' V, H I'ryor, uce
resjdint of the ,ih.ih. Neither car
"a- derailed, but the occupants were '
'MKen up. .mi-m (inula car was ot
a,hel to another train and continued
ti iti- nv. The Missouri Pacific private
e h in which ice-l're-ident I'ryur and
a party of friends were travelling was later
hurried into Itutlalo and attached toa wet
ard bound Wabash train.
5 KILLED AS TRAIN HITS AUTO.
Tun nf (he llrnthft C'nunril !' Ma
chine tlplnir lliirleil AKftlniit Them.
FlTTsm'no. Oct. 3. At "Dead Man's
CV"-sing on the Pennsylvania I'ailroad
tn Wilkmsburg, a suburb, five persons
r killnl to-day and five were injured
when a limited train hit an automobile
In fn yars fifty-live persons have been
kllM at Rebecca street, where to-day's
areident happened. The dead are.
H'ick. ,lrn.v K . "f WllmerdliiB. .upenn
fr.rt'nt of the etinhouse .Mr brake
fiMMn. Mrs M nx. of Wilklnshiirc.
Ntriiui.sox, the I(. W I, , 411 vr.irt old.
pa-rnr of the Kirst I're-bytermn Church of
Nl' iolhv, rmi i.Ks, i years old, son of
tk ftev .Mr Nii liolon.
P"I.ONin, Mrs iKiihsv, of Mlk!nshur.
tr.n'tirr of Mr Hi imond.
Kliraberli Polonio anil three children
ff Mrs Oiamnnil are in Columbia Hospi
tal The children will recover. An Italian
track worker who was struck by (lying
dprn was taken to the West Pennsyl
I h accident happened at '.' I'. M and
a- seen i.y tiiou.iiids wlio are in Wil-kin-i
iirg ejclir.'ite the semi-eenteii-njal
of the town I he crossing is at the
td' n. where hundreds stfod opposite
tn reMewmg stand watching a parade.
. BOYS STEAL H0ESE AND WAGON.
'nllre snj l,, of IS nml I." Vrnrs
Nn ( oiirevseil llni'Kliir .
T- i all bos wire arnted n,
1 vnt.rday afternoon in f'.-ses-:
ii rr'e anil buggy which had'
is' 'in. The bnys Admitted th-
' nfersed. the police say. th'y
lr.il-.cn In'o a hoiis" In the'
1 I' tion of Vonkcr.s and robli l
Nln't Know whose hoiiNc It I
' Is morning they will try to
finl buggy were left stand-j
. , Uroail'vay and Highland'
n llll.lll .latlllCMUl nf 1 I'ost ,
r t ii. 1 nt or the I'nrk IIIII
- 1 i.ii m i When lie cam j
' . w.i. uone. Motorcycle Po-.I'l-
d rode In the directlnn
.m l when he came up with
imp 1 out and ran. Th".'
- ' i ' le p illi'eman.
' ild t'ley went ,Iospll
:n eld. of r.nr, ,Sjv Mill
' i ! 'ml Tiank I'leioranlo,
" I . JH 1 ; i n , nie.
) LIVES ONLY TO SEE CHUM.
Jl ii Mel, lljtim, I Inn Soinellllllli
' I el! IIP, nil It ii ii U I .
! i i i , i ,i ,,,iin Siei I. an
' 'ii.-. Iie.-n li,.,t alive at Ills
S' - Ii Vw.-nt v-slMli .(Meet,
' " r'-sl hours on oxygen
',' ' T'. ilsiiig iii.iu s one wish Is
i n'-c mole ,se Aiiimir Wei
OuiiMe, It It Whom he went
'he SpanlHli-Ameilciin war.
two ihj'H iiKo t lilijsll'IallH
" 'I" I'lled Steel could not live,
"i two hours. He demanded
kepi allxe until U'eldon can
He says he tins Homethlng
' 'H Wi lilon
' wn tii.it Woldiin has been In
within the lust week, but
I I'olOe I I., a el ,.i t.nt U..n ..lln.l
F:R FIFTEEN THOUSAND EMPLOYEES"!
THE WESTERN UNION TEU
26,000 OFnCESlN AM"
TH tO N
?C 13 CH 2Z, 40 -
1 1 1 1 1 ITI
The above is a facsimile oj a Day Letter received mm the. Chicago representatives of the National Surety Company.
Let Us Bond YOUR Employees
NATIONAL SURETY COMPANY SSrSTK
Linvroncp Is Quiet Otlierwix
Plnns IHsr Anti-1. W. W.
f IlllS for I'll rill ST Of Tilly h lajJS
-New Venire lravn for
I.awiik.stk. M.'iss., Oct. 3. -If a verdict
of guilty is leturned against Kttrr, Oio
vannitti nnd Caruso in connection with
the killing of Anna I.opezi the Industrial
Workeis of the Worltl are going to call
a general strike of nil members through
out the country and will endeavor to mako 1
the disturbance worldwide if possible. I
This was the announcement made to-day
byWilliam I). Hay wood. but if the response
to the call, if issued, is no greater than
it was in New Kngland following an np-
pea. for:, twenty-four hour genera,
demonstration striku on last Monday
it will have little effect upon industries
outside of this city.
'I his morning Haywood presided at
a long session of the National F.ttor Do
fence Committeo nnd the central com
mittee of the local branch of the 1. W. W.
When Haywood catno out he made this
It has been agreed to extend th atrita
tlon tor a general strike to lie mads nation
wide, and iii'crnatlonal If possible, this
strike s to take place In the event of the
pn-oners being acquitted, or In the further
ew-nt of nnv long postponement. It will
not be tnnliiigeiit upona refusal toadmlt
to I ail
A proclamation will lo issued at once
in many dlaerent languages, mass meetings
w ill l.e held and general lu'ltntlon w 111 liegin
I'MTviiln'ri' I'erhipi th- miisl Impottant
particular ot the proclamation will he a
i ronmi' riniento of the principles of the
I W adopting the general strike .is a
weaj on .ig.un-t goM'iniueni by injunction
nnd the iiiipiiMinuicnt of innocent men,
I he idea th, it un wish to make It an ex
iciiic I it i rv lur tic eniplo) lug clusses
to put men inio prUou and Hie only way
we i an do this U bv striking tli'Mii where
the are moot sensitle in their pocket
hook,., "Are you going to Indorse any Prml
denti.il iMiidldiitor Haywocsl was asked.
"We are not interested ill the machinery
of goveinmenl We ale interested ill the
(ioeriiinent machinery," s.iid Haywo'Kl
Though l In. statement sounds like a
declaration of war, it is generally taken
hern as meaning that Uawreiice will havo
Imi for a while, anyway. Nothing can
lie done until October H, when tho Kttor
ivi.oo will go on again. And if tho case
conducted by th court to the satis,
faction of tho I. W. W. leadorH, the truce
may last for months.
Alisoluto ipiiet prevailed in th city
to.diy when tho mill oerativos went to
and caino from work. Tho 1,.Viii o'rn
tlves who were either discharged or
walked out on Tuesday aro still out The
gates of all the mills were closely guarded
by squads of police and the armed reserve
squad is still kept nt the police station
It is believed the trouble is over for a
A rousing antl-I . W. meeting was
held in the City Hail to-night.
"Meet toreo with force if tho lawn fail,"
said several of the speakers. "The I. W W.
loaders must bo ejected from IiWTence.
Do it by lawful means ir it can bo done,
but If not use foroo,"
A committeo wnH appointed to bring
out, a monster parade on October 12 us
a protest against thelanarchUtio element
that ia trying to run the city. Postmaster
UlUUVU UUUV1 lllill 1VV I,
NEARLY $25,000,000 IN AMOUNT!
the VIESTERH UNION NILDMU5 M
:n 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i i n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 u
L S Cox. Associate JutioF M Chandler,
ex-l'ongre-vman W F Knox, Dennis K
Call.Uian, scliool principal. -Mrs. Katherine
A O'Keefe U'Malioney, a leading chuieh
woman, the Itov. (ieo'rge E. l,ovejoy, the
Itev James T. O'lteilly, pastor of St
Mary's Church, the largest Catholic parish
in Lawrence, and Mayor Sc.tnlon were
anion g the sneakers
A commits e. comprising Hrig -den W t
A Donovan, Ma;or Charles h Sargent,
Postmaster Cox, Capt M I, Kolev, James
" ..Menj.ie. presmeiit oi i entrai l ui-or ortV MliCll DriVOS liCSIIPC't
Uniou; I, h. heimink, president of the
Merchants' AsMK'ial ion. and M. J Kill- I nliln Piinnln Au-iiv
i, - . : , , t
i pariii'lii of civic, religious, fiaternal nnd!
carried in the I W parade last Min-
day. caused Muvor Scanlon to issue a
proclamation to-ilav calling upon all good
citizens who nro "For (iodiind country
to signify it by wearing tho American
flag on their coat lapels from now until
'I hanksgiving. Several hundred o' those
at the meeting to-night were thus dec
orated In sentencing an Italian woman to
sixty ilavs in iail for assaultine: two cirl
0ieratlves on their way to wont to-day, i
J. J. Mnhoney of' the District Court
The I W W. peoplearethecarpet biiuceri
of the Industrial world It Is about time
tllal protection was allorded to men nnd
women who wih to continue their work
and are driven away by threats and assault
by the I W. W.
KtLfcM, Mass.. Oct
3. Clerk Oeorgo
jtf,"". the'y'' anT'lowl;
deiks in the county requesting each of
them to draw uceiiam numberol talesmen
to make up the new venire of .11111 men for
the hltor-tiiovonnittl-Cnrtiso trial.
Haywood and Hasel-Uood, the I.
W. S . leaders, have applied to City Mar
shal Lehiui for permission to wiry "loaded
levolvers for self -protection owing to
the warning Haywood received from the
s'-cretary of the 1. W. W. in Chicago yes
terday sayuig that a man had left New
York to assaoMtiato him.
The four jurors so far chosen in the
caso spent then filst dav together to-day.
They will play whist for tho next two
weeks and read Isioks and magazines,
but no newspaper which have articles
bearing on the Kttor- trial. A phono
graph lias been installed for their amuse
ment. llAVKRlllt.t,, Mass.. Oct. 3. -Work was
resumed to-day at tho morocco factory
and the hat factory and the tw-entv
leather lemannt factoiies from which
ilhe I. W. W members walked out on a
piotcst stiike Mi nday and 'luesday.
'op i-IkIiI nil Sulicr', Pirturp.
'I he phtureof William Solver, Democratic
nominee for ( inventor ot New- Vork state
which was printed In Till. Spn veoterday'
was made from a photograph copyrighted
by Man cm.
Tho firand Jury yrstrrttay founil no Indirl
mmt imaihf-t Frank I' Andrt-c tho man Kirn
lined nn Annua 3 an .Inhn A Norman ami ar
rmtril nn ths charge nt nuinWInir Mr Annis
Klir on O. tobcr 31. lt'09. In hrr rooms ui
319 Katt i:iM iirp
Suprsmn Court Juntlco Marrnn In llrooklyn
ymtfrilav rertiiccil from ln.OOfi to J.1.600 ths
ball nf ex-Senator Frank J. (iarilner. who Is In
the Knrmniul street Jail, penillnir the trial nf
Indictments chariflni him with attempted
(rrand larceny and iniupirary in tho case of
Hrfminl II. iluslett, ths llimsen ureet re-
The Rev Peter Raponar.-i, paslnr nl tho Ho.
nun Catholic Church of Our I.ady ot Mount
Carmel, Noith Kutilll street and t'liinu ave.
line. Ilrnoklyu, will i-elebralo to.day the thirty-i-lehth
anniversary nt Ins ordination to the
pru-Hhood He Is Iho pioneer Italian priest of
Unmklyii Hn built tho ihlinh nf which he is
now pastor twenty-live jrars ami
The .fun received 111 from U : i, whkh
was sent to "Anna belle," tier father and
Kraiiduiothi r last nlKht.
An iiiilniunblle belonKlng tn the Depart
ment "I llulldlnrs, IlnriniKli of The Hrnnx,
empty i xi '-pl for the lunirrr nr. Thenrlnre
ll.icley of ti2: llust l-'lfly-nlnih slreet. )e.
terd'iy uftirnoon hit Anifelo Vnri-a , years
old, nf 3ii"'i Park nienue, The Ilrons, on
Pirk luenuw slid knot-ki-il Iho hoy ten feet.
Ilacley snipped and took the tail m Koril
ham llnspltal, where It was fuund ihut his
rliht lef was brekta ni bn was hurt la
ttrnlly, ....- .
t susmsssm tLVssLV IsT sfc
IAPH COMPANY fj
,..sl t iM.ir
GET AFTER HEARST
flinro-ps Tlint Uo Ou'll! 1'rnti-!
' ""rr- WM1S I I op
ti.n, i vim.,
Truth of Complnints Denied and
Attack Attributed to
Tho Mayor yesterday called upon
Police Commissioner Waldo "to take
most extreme measures" acainst three
house reputed to be disorderly resorts
which aro the property of William H.
Hearst. The houses aro on West Fifty
eighth street, just west of Kighth avenue,
in the district where Mr. Hearst haa boon
buying several plots with tho expecta
tion of putting up a newspaper office.
The assessment records In tho tax offlco
show tho property stands in the name
of Martin F. Huberth, a real estate agent.
' at U7 Fourth avenue. Last Monday Mr.
Huberth was called to tho office of tho
Commissioners of Accounts under mib
p i nn and told that he was required to
testify in an inquiry, as Clarenco Shenr
Mr. Hearst's lawyer, said Inst night,
"into the accounts and methods of tho
Mr. Shearn ndded that Mr. Huberth
had told him that when the question was
asked as to tho real ownership of the
property ho was informed that his answer
would bo held in confidence.
"This, you seo, is tho confidence," said
Tho Mayor's letter was as follows:
Citv or Nkw York,
OfKicK op tiik Mayor.
October 3, 1(112
Sin I ncaln rail attention to the hmisei
of III fame at (Numbers glvetil West Fifty,
eighth street Complaints continue to be
snt to me with regard to them. Among
others nn eminent .'notice of the Supreme
Court has recently complained. These
places have been scandalizing the whole
neighborhood for two years or more, so
that respectable people have to move away
from the neighborhood. You will now take
the most extreme measures to abate these
If necessary you mut take proceedings
against the owner of the property as the
law- prescribes. The owner of property Is
given full power by law to eject tenunts
who use his property for Immoral purposes,
and if he does not do so he is himself liable
under the law. The title to these premises
stands In the name of Martin F. Huberth
in the office of the Register of Deeds since
June si, 19011, but as I have heretofore told
you orally the real owner Is William It
Hearst. The conveyance to him by Ilu
berth is kept off of record to conceal tho
Heurst has owned the property over
three years, namely since June ;i, iood.
Residents and property owners In the
neighborhood have been Insisting to me for
going on two years that Mr. Hearst Is the
true owner of tlm property. To clear up
the question, so that the true owner could
lie held accountable, Mr. Huberth has been
examined under oath. He testified that he
did not own the premises, but held them
for another, Tho following question and
answer then followed:
"Q. Do you mind telling me who It Is for
whom you hold Ihesn premises In trust?
"A. It is for a client, William Randolph
Ampin tlmo has been given to abate the
evil In these houses and the police must
now resort to stringent measurei, Mr
Huberth gave as an excuse that the prop
erty was leued up to Auut l last, but, as
I nv ittttd, the rMPODtibU person it the
I owner The law empower him to dls-
pos-. tenants who jiermlt tho premises
o be ushiI lor stieh vicious purposes. Sums
teiiantN of that kind hive been recently
removed ouiin; to iwlioo action and tho
compl unts of clergymen with ehiirehes in
tne vicinity and otlien. Ilul do nut jelas
tioliee iuilance. V. ry trulv voiirs,
U .1 I, wson, M.ivor
. ! , ,
l!i't.vrnvni:it W.t i,io, I.s.j .Cuminmsloiier
The l.ii,t liatch of complaints came to
the att.'iitii'ii of the I'olicn I Vtmrlnicnt
just prior to tho humiliation of inspector
Hnyei, in whore district the hoiisoi wore
situated. Mr Hearst cjiumi tho objec
tion. iblo tenants to ls removed once or
I twice, but others tillered in again who
were no better favored.
Tho three house. have an assessed valu
ation all told of $171,000. Thorn are two
others in tho immediate neighborhood
which stand, according to the assf ment
rolls, also In the name of Mr. Hul-orth.
Clarenco J. Sheani gave out a signed
statement by Mr. HuU-rtb last night in
which Mr. Huberth declares that tho
Mayor's Htntementu tecarding the char
acter of tho houses aio without found.i
Hon nnd that the .Mayor know it wnon
ho made them. Ho says in tho course
of his statement:
The fact Is that both the Mayor nnd Com
mis-loner Waldo know that an oitl. ial pollei
report made on these properties In an at
tempt tn get something that might be used
for political purposes disclosed no ground
of complaint whatever.
I have called this unwarranted and ma
licious attack to the attention of Father
Daly, who testifies to the manner in which
I hive looked after this property since I
got It away from the lessee and obtained
control us follows.
"I cheerfully state that since Mr Huberth
got rid of the lesoee of the premises nt
West Fifty-eighth street and obtained
control over them he has managed
the properties with scrupulous care and
driven out every objectionable character.
Tli houses to my knowledge are clean
fiom cellar to roof, nnd I have only com
Herniation for what Mr. Huberth has dune
to help clean up this neighborhood."
$20,000 ALIENATION JUDGMENT.
I'lled hy r. K. .Morrison fuller
AKrct-itieiit With I.nuli K. Onilliiim.
A judgment for t:o,000 was filed In the
Supremo Court yesterday against Louis
R. Dunham on Dunham's agreement
to have judgment for that amount entered
in a suit for Ki,0O0 brought by Charles
K. Morrison for alienating tho affections
of Morrison's wife.
Morrison alleged that ho was married
to Myltt O. Whltcomb in 1801 and that
Dunham induced his wife to leave him
and livo with Dunham at tho Hotel Seville,
the Hotel Webster and elsowhere
Tho suit was brought in 11)03 and Dun
ham's willingness to havo judgment
entered was signed Bhortly afterward.
Counsel for Morrison said vesterduv that
Dunham has not been in th city for
several years, but that an effort to collect
tho judgment will bo mado
3,000 FIREMEN IN LINE.
Ninety Cmnpniilri nt the Southern
New Vork Firemen's Contention.
ItoCKVIU.K CliNTRi:. Ii I. Oct .1.- 'I ho
convention ol the .Southern New York
Firemen came to a close to-day with n
big parade ,md tnurua cut 'I hn parade
is said to lime been iho biggest of its kind
ever held In this count r .theie being ninety
companies In line, with a mini ol J.kxi men.
In trio tournament the statu record was
broken hy Wlilo Awake i:nglue( onipany of
I'reeport, throwing a stream ol water
281 feol 2 inches. Tho record for this waa i
previously 270 feet.
Fire Commissioner Johnson of New York
was one of the guests in the parade und
he was much ainuseu at the old apparatus
wuicn wus in un. hip teicrauii oi
had u machlhu that was 1 11:1 years
the eteren from Klchinund borough
prided themselves on the tint that the
inachlno'thoy had with them Ln.ilav u-aa
over 100 yoari old, 1
I . 1 ! II I
OCT'l' 1912- I I
TELLS OF DYNAMITERS'
WELL ORDERED PLANS
District Attorney Outlines Cnsc
Agninst 46 Men at
READS OFFICIAL'S LETTERS
Lonpr List of Jobs Planned, nnd
Their Perfonnauco Is
LvniAJJAPOLia, Oot. 8. The scloctlon of
tho Jury to try the forty-sin defendants
In tho so-cul.exl "dynamiting cones" in tho
Fodoral court was oomplotod this aftor
noon and District Attorney Miller begun
tho presentation ot tho Government's
Tho twolvo men on the jury nro Samuel
Morrison of North Vernon, retired farmer
nnd formerly a ourentor; James It.
.Smith of Winchester, retirod, formerly In
tho grain buslnesn and recently in tho
shoo business; Seneca Chambers of Ander
son, William Jackson of Putnam county,
ii farmer; Marion K. Dobbins, farmor.
near Maxwell, Frank Daro, farmer, how
Lisbon; John 1. Thomas, Jamestown,
farmer and owner of fast horsos; Allen
Spaulding. Shurpsvillo, farmer; Martin V.
Davis, farmer and bank president, horest;
Thornton V. llrookshlro, Roachdale,
farmer; Frank Sutton, Jennings county,
farmor, and J. V. Ilargor, grocer, IUdgo
villo. With tho 500 pago Indictment In hand,
Mr. Miller rend the charge of conspiracy
and recited the numeroua. instances In
which exploslviH wore transported over
interstate railroads, mentioning tho cities
whom tho explosive was purchased,
the uumlxir ot pounds, tho railroad line-t
over which it xas carried, nnd the men
who were in charge of it. He explained
to tho jury that tho defendants are not
charged with tho overt net of dynamiting,
but ure indicted for violating the Federal
laws against currying explosives on
passenger trains without iU) beta g pro
tected from accidental oxplcwlon. Ho
referred to tho overt acb of the defend
ants performed in pursuance of tho con
spiracy, and enumerated many ca ses
where the explosive purchased und traiiH
ported as charged in tho indictment hud
lH'eii used in the destruction of proporty.
Tho first letter referred to by the Dis-
trict Attorney was from President Ityan
to Me.Nnmani and was uuout a Linage
being erected at Clinton, la. Mo
Natnara wrote to a local organizer about
tho bridge und seven days later it was
destroyed with dynamite.
Another setter from Hvan. tho Dis
trict Attorney wild, would show that lie
was in uctivo charge with McNnmara
of tho arrangements for dynamiting,
and In Anril. 11)10. cava McNnmara ex
plicit directions as to who should have
charge oi curtain wont.
How well und exi.'ditiousiv these fobs
were handled the District Attorney shows
from records in his possession and from
the testimony of the contractors who
had the several works under considera
tion. ThnMcClintio A Marshall work
at Mount. Vernon was dynamited on
the night of April 19; the Davenport
work, under construction by tho same
company, was wrecked June -t; the work
at Peoria was dynamited tho samo night;
thn flevchinri loh was dynamited Juno
L'L;tho Pittsburg job, for which Legleltnur
was selected as it was in ms nom city,
was dynamited on tho night of July ID
and a' bridge at Kansas City which the
.Met 'Untie A Marshall Company was con- 1
'siructing w, is dynamited Aupist 2.1.
Th" PhienU Hridge Company was build-
ing a viaduct at that place, and the -true-
tore won dynamited July ti. At Worces-1
ter, Mas.,., tho Itoeton llridgo Company
and the Pliu-nix Company were building '
bridges. und both of theso' structures weroi
dynamited later In the year. It was to!
Friday and Saturday last two days of
Tenth Anniversary Offering of
Saks Suits for Men
regularly $25, $28 & $30
3 The response to this great sale of Saks suits has cut a
wide swath in our assortments it always does. But
our clothing department, which prides itself that it is
never caught napping, has made provision to take care
of latc-comcrs today and tomorrow. It is possible, of
course, that wc may run short of some sizes before
evening, but leave it to us to take care of you'. It's a
poor birthday party that is inadequate to accommodate
all its guests.
J As for the assortments, most men know what a Saks
assortment means. Today and tomorrow it means a
representative collection of the season's models, fabrics,
weights and colorings. The tailoring, of course, is Saks
tailoring throughout. There is not an alien stitch in a
single garment. They arc designed, cut, tailored, fin
ished, and sold by Saks & Company, and it may justly
be said of them that, in the individuality of their lines,
they arc as superior to average ready-for-service styles
as a limousine town car is superior to a motor truck.
garments that are as
waterproof as the Ark I
I Wc have had to supplement the original as
sortment of these garments, too. And no won
der,, for the value is exceptional. These practical
garments are made of imported Parametta, all
scams cemented and strapped, and arc designed
with Raglan shoulders. Guaranteed absolutely
waterproof. The handiest thing in the world when
it rains, and a saving of nearly four dollars on a
single coat. Even a man who does not know
enough to come in out of the rain will sec the
force of an opportunity like this.
this place that Uynn said hn wouldjsend
Wobb, the District Attorney de
clared. The Indictment charges
that Frank Webb of Now York
wrote to MoNamara on January 2s,
1900, asking that llockln lie sent there to
do ii Job. McNamurn replied that ho was
having tho proposition looked Into, but
wanted morn details, Wbb repliod that
the job "Is at tho now (.Sostoii) opera
houso nn Huntington nvcnuo, oppo-tlto
the American League Park." Tho llos
ton opera houso was dynamited by MoMan
Igal, March 27, llnm.
under date oi February 28. ipob, webb
wrote to Mo.Vamnra about "tho Hoboken
Job," which ho said was "tied up for tho
present." Ho added "Tarheol has two
jobs in Jersey City for tho Ui.,both over
a street, but In no shape to do anything
McNamnrn wrote Wobb that ho was
taking steps to close tip the two deals
and trusted that it would be Hwlblo to
make a success of both. Dn the samo
day, March 2, 100D, he wrote tn llockln.
Two days Liter llockln wrote MoNnmarn
that he would go to Chicago and asked
for a check for 150. Mr. Miller said that
MoManlgal will testify that Hoc-kin met
him In Chicago, directed him to go to
Hoston and see Mike Young, and then
f;o to Now Vork and seo Webb; and that
io blow up tho floston Opera Houso on
March 27. and four days later did the
job at Hoboken
Mr, Miller read at length from letters
that passed Imtween Kdwnrd Clark of
Cincinnati and MoNamara, In one of whloh
Clark said that ho was going to do some
thing that would help the whole organi
sm t Ion. Ho said the Granger company
was building a viaduct tn that city and
"right nt the present time is tho best that
we will over have." Clark's letter won
written February 2.1, 19un, and on August
(1 tho Harrison n vcnuo viaduct, being built
by the (Ininger Construction Company,
was damaged by un explosion of dyna
mite. A letter from Clark to Rynn, April 13,
of tho same year, ref erred to conditions as
"fierce," and Kyan replied that he would
do the bot he could. Three weeks later
the Cincinnati Southern Kailroad bridge,
being built by tlm Pittsburg Construction
Compiuiv, was dynamited, und two weekH
Inter it wus dynamited again. On August
27 a viaduct being built by tho same com
pany at Cincinnati was also dynamited.
Tho District Attorney declared that
these outrnges were overt acts resulting
from tho conspiracy.
TRIES SUICIDE TEN TIMES.
Uncli Time, ."Mrs. Uracil Suva, She
Unveil Stliis Sherman's Life.
Xewark, N, J Oct. 3. Miss Emily R.
Sherman of -42 North Seventh Btreet Is
now In tho City Hospital after ten In
effectual uttempts to take her own life.
Kach time Mrs. Helen O. Hcach, with
whom tho young woman boarded, pro
vcntd her from carrying out her pur
pose. According to Mrs. Ilench the youne
woman tried to end her life after a quar
rel with her. Four times she turned on
the gas In the bathroom, nnd when sho
was frustrated went to the cellar, where
she made six other attempts. Tho last
time she nearly succeeded.
Mrs. Heaeh told the police that sho
was unable to call help during the sev
eral hours Miss Sherman defied her be
cause sho feared to leave her nlono In
At the City Hospltn' It Is said Miss
Sherman will recover. Tho police prob
ably will place her under arrest and
have her examined to determine her
NO FKEE RIDES FOR NAVY MEN.
I.nrr Protilhltai Sailor From Ac
cepting .Mr. Shunt' hulivruj- I'nuse.
Wasiiikgio.v, Oct. 3. Free transporta
tion to officers and men of tho Atlantic
fleet during the naval mobilization and
review m New York offered by Theodore
1. Shouts cannot bo accepted,
Kn nul o- ly,,,,, of M00 forbids the
voluntary service for
tho tiovernment end Mr. Slionts s offer
is said to fall within the meaning of this
It is announced tlint all ships at the
mobilization will bo open to visitors each
dav from October 12 to October 15. No
tickets or passes will be necessary.
at 34th St.