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THE SUN, TUESDAY. JANUARY 14, 1918.
tonee Sclihltil linll.ng- off. ted i
mnl inuti n il.ii't.ri. tla- ft"i.iin '
the Sena I.. n .I if t'e I'le"idi't
the fun "il Si i-i - .11. i t " I ! i i: i
resrtitatixr" ..) i'. .e t ,n tuki'ti I ii.
Semite und ti.ih-iiiu I., arli .. "t
titled I'OpX "I till' plnrreillllg" Till
Wan ii(lnitril Hint S.'hiilol Hunt f New
Tork drew th- urtnln m tin- i-loiiig
BCcne of ! meat lin'ii(hiii"iit ww
by siliiilttiii4 .i fntm.il motion tha' tin.
Honute slttliu: n :i immii it ltiiH'.i' '.
ment In On- biiild .! n ti sue
House, headed hv
vesentiitlte Clin i
ercd Mi their i .- t
filed out of 1 1 ."
m Hi" Mll
llifii 1 luilt limn I'.'i.
1 .l Uul'iiliia. itat'
I . i.ii tin. mi. .
II. i 1 . I ' M .1 1 1 1 1 " I' U h.'i.
hive of 111 lltll l
bald. A S Wortluhi
Iff Judge i I'
nil of WllslllltK
pearcd bx ,i
- Al. I I .11 of I'llll.l
II I I 1 I . pnlldi'h' Mini 11
lllllll .' I'lllltlltl llls.lp
ide time Thev vvt III to
In.. in on tin' Ihllil li nn'
Ar. hl..i il via waiting to
receive forin il
11. xv .1! I In- I.miI-
t II I til H ct.l I r
The m 'UN n.. i
cecdrd i i' h- il
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pit V ...ll" tod'
r.iiinii of the
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Bolliilo) w IS III lM
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i And miu'imI Hi. in
around tl nle .1
j"M' titid iniili.v llt'p-
mi'l flom III.' llouno
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tln.illv tin- tloi.fx
el os pi'
1 Thin. v.". t!,. ti ..piilalf toll 1 ,i!N
on tit 1 1 ni .ifi '.. nf impi'iii'litni'iit
On 1 . '.i ti,. - tin i".potid"nt wa
fotir.0 - '"
Tin 1 .1111. ! .oxprod Hit- .ii'i is.i
J tton." o' lir"! iiidtii l mi th" p.iri nf .liuli;i
J And .lfi 01 f. ikiiiu 1'i'foii.il mt. 1,. .
ton tli. ..tt . . i ..r ih. Kn l(.i lt...nl
tn Nov "tl, 1 itv ti. mi in i- froui tii.-m
coiis'di i-.iltni n .111 .ipplii-atloti In 1M
ward I Wiiium. lot udiMso on th"
Kattlitl 1 1 It 11 lunik nnliollpd l. 11,
Hlllciil" i'iuI .111,1 lion Comp.iiiv. a
Hiilisldi.it v of Hi. i:i. Thinimliout Hi"
nefif" i.it 11 tit
vidi'iu " tliiivi'il tln
w.t.- " illi;ttii - pailnsi
In th" .1-111
, Kin tu '-t
, mwi tl 1111.1 j
I .ui in on iniiMiiiTfil from
Soti.itois ii.-. on. of tin-
of tin- in.iny alPi;.itlon
tom v. ,
1 Help w .
, yl '..1.
Cat- .1. I
I Kr niiitt,
t ! Hnii-p tm-.ilnti no. ro-n.i-
w.it liotti" nut to-day
of ". tn .". The lixo Sphii
1. itil nut aullt 011 liiu- ar-
l'i tll'HM' llllil 'I'lXi t nf I'. 'lt-
liuriih.im of Now- Hi'nptMiP.
. XX Mi'Sko .Hid I'mi'rr of
Tl . ..li '. . W.K nil Ihf tltl
nd xx I . u tin 1 nai- 1 .iio.l
on tint ''i. ft. xxH no itmitit Miit
-pwichiiti'u: ni,i foliow
art .1 It
.Not llllllli .if I'iiLI
tt xote of In to .'.. refuKed o tlnd the
rci-pontle'it Kinlty. th- n"ef"-"ai ,x txio. j
, inirui i'.iii i.ir.inK l hi .irtnle i
sod .ludsf Archhald xth no. . if..
1 Ins a
fee foi trxins to Pt:l" n i'.-ie '
noildini: tn In .'Oint at Hip Hm h.. xxj" .
1 xvn ex ltl.nl from t.i" outs-et that a !
hirve n itnlier of Senator." xxere not ill.
jjoed to ;n .ludcf : i.iiit.11,1 on any
of 'be ai tHi" xx hioli alh ueil tn.ubp-ha-tor
xxhilf. he xxa n Ol-uii,' Indue
and I efnre h" entered ) ' '. -nin. ri
On the third, fourth and fifth ait1. :-
the .IuiIkp xx-a found itullty The hii.-h-st
xote lie received on thpe i mints
was on the fourth, when twenty Sena
tors xoteii him not cuiltv xxh.le tlftv-two
voted h'm Kinlt.x Thl" artifle involved
hi I'undnrt in xxrltlm; to Helm Hrtice.
Rttornex for the I,ouix 111.' and .Vn.-h-vllle
llailroad in reirurd in tertnin
qucstlnn t.f fait in thf i.cord after
the i.i"i- had I n arcued in tin- t'um-
merie ' v.iirt and after .Indite Archliald
had " inih i adx wetnent to prepare
the op n'oii Anmni! the Senators xxhn t '
vole) 'Mm not cullty nf mlcbehax lor
for tin aetmn xxere JJiuton of ijhlo. i
Root if Nexx York ami Sutheiland of!
Utah, a I xerx ahle luxvvers I
The third article, on xxluch .ludse
Archibald rereix-pd only 11 xote.-, alleRed
niiPLondurt on ins part in trying to
ecuff culm propero from the l.ehldh
Vallex i 'n il I'ompany at u tune v hen
the ru.'.rnad xvlilch owned the coal eoin
panv xxa a litlunnt liefore the 'nm
Tin lifth hi tide eo'.treil a'.ieBatlons
ronceruuii; .ludire Archhald ai tlvltles
to scent i trnin the I'ltilailelphiii and
Ttvadlni; Kallroad a lean' mi t iilm prop,
erty foi nil" I-'redetiek U'.irnk" and for
which sorx Ires he is nllciteil to haxe n
ceived a note for .".0n. On this article
he xvns ndjudceil cuilty by u voto of
ij to ; thy fi.uoxvlni; Senator. otitis
not KUtlty. Hiirnhiim. Catron. I'larl;
(Wyomlnci. ultxer I'avntcr and I'en
rosp On the "px-pnih artalp of Impent'h
mcnt the Stnate voted the respondent
not riiIIix This t haritPil that he had
Improperly tried to induce the l.ohiKh
.vaiiey uni i roan 10 purriia.se ttie interet )
or tne i-.vernarills in l slo acres or coal
land. Only twenty-four Senators -oted
hlni Kitilty on this article and forty
'flve voted not nnhi
The eighth article, on which the Judi;p
raB held not jrullty 12 to 42, contained
the allegations of maklne a note for
1600 by i: ,1 Williams, xvhtch was
Orawn by Jtidse Archhald and Indorsed
by him nnd presented for discount to
floland Uros. of Hcranton nt n time
tx-hen thoy were litigants In .JudKe Areh
Article nine, which related to the
name note, allcgpd that It xvas dis
counted hy C H Von Storch, an attor
ney und a litigant In Judso Archhald's
court, nnd that It had not been paid.
The Senate held that die Judse xvas not
KUllty of mlsliehavlor, only 23 Spnators
votlni; him KUllty, xvhllp 3! voted not
The tenth urtlcle ncoused Judpe Arch
hald of misbehavior In ncceptlnK a sum
of money from Henry V. Cannon, the
New York banker xvho. according to
the testimony Is a relative of .Indue
Archhald'B wife. The respondent ad-
minec mat lie received the money to
make a trlri to Kurnpp Tho alleca-
lions were that it was Improper for tho
.tudce to accept money from Mr Can
non, who xvas alleRed to be a director
In one or more corporation eiiKnijeil In
Intrrstate commerce. Only one Sen
ator, Ashurst of Arizona, voted .lucli;e
Arrhbuld KUllty on this article
I'nrtr of If n 110 o, It. I
Tho eleventh article charged the'
Judge with misconduct in accepting a I
"j-iiurse of jr.00 from lawyer practising
k4d his rout t at .Scranton, xxhen ho '
made the trip to F.iiropc Only eleven'
Wniitor tiled him guilty on ihls ;
article, while ilfty-ono voted him not j
Kullt. This occurred at the time ho
man u Dlstilct Judge.
Anh-le twelve th.T-ged him with mis
rondiiii s j .liulg. m appolntiiig I It
"Woiiilw in d jiii v roiiiuiisiiiiu i ai a
line when Mr W'oodw ir. was the bun
jjiUtorney for tin l.ihigh niu) m,
roud and cuiitluiiril io mi u, both L.ap;,
VIUm. Niniteou bentttcri voted idmj
32 H. P. Tourlnc nd Rotlter 5973.
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nt. lined 11 tin1 i'U'Vuni"
Snwr.i! Si i.
ftoltl vot In.
llli'V 1i.nl pf
on Mini" of
11 s a-ke.l to l
.11 .1 :ioi II " ground t tt.it
V innlv .it'il n '1 K 1 1 ! 1 1 v
llo' .illegalhui eon'11,1 !
In II I
Tli" votf pr.11 t'ftlt'd In ."ipiif of oli.i
iloni .mil motion 10 mtinni' itvl"rt-
nllolv nnd .ludf Ari-hlhild w.i i"und
Utility by th" 'i.iriow nmrsiti nf
voti'f. A i ll, Iliac of urn Vote W011I
ui.itlV"d thin iifiH'lo I'ntl'tii'itt
I !iiim' I
V 1 I
'inld hnvo tat'.ctl. Inn thtil m,m
I Pirn tt'iillzpil Hint it' tho .Ititlu
found not u-utlty ,ni
11 mlulit lm . tv .
tl.P ll'.Mtlki t
II t l ' ot II I
'1 ' . V 11
," notion of
nl t,i "ii fmin.l
1 1 I 'I'-'V Xo'. ,
STEER RUN DOWN
IN FIFTH AVENUE
I 1 1 1 1 1 1 M I
' II I! I'
llln I I'lU'U
ii nd Killiul i
, l'Mi.ill little happi'lis nt Tall. ax.
111111I Siivptilv.tlrtt ftti'tt at .". A M
: mo "mix for tl - milkman and tli" -'iiMitui.il
aitt'imnlnl" K'lfii't honk
1 It xx. ij. thiffi.'iu .,-l"rtl.ix inoiiuni;
I A milllil'tUllle Jtllfl. lil'oWll. xvitlt xvoin
I pat. ll"s on lilt .lih". I.I like up a tneliillx
thai litixxtfii l'..l.. . un ti limxl.nii and
Si hat Ifor. The -loii. inn Kforti d. t aitui
'lilouu-h Si'xt'tiix -Iirt ctri'it and
v. ith- j
.lit "Vl'll I'ollllltlU- to til" pnlli t'tll.'Il
1 "WaCBPli'd up tin .ivtiitii' I i.nx liiii; nnd
Si'lriftTfi' -axv an .iiiioiinil'i't' tru. k oomy
alum;. They ftoppt l 11
V" tni.M las.t.. that xxild WoMprn
anitnal xxlth the akl of x our iint'itiio
liilr." !-aid Iioxvliiii- tn the tlnver
the autntnoi.il" after him He xxa. a
pr..tv I ronnei and ilie truol; xxa. '
not tuiifd for spftil llif uteer ran to
.s'i . ntx -fo utli it"t and there d- uled
that h" liked Mio!i"im aveniif l.ftier. I
Hp U-ut a fair .listanoe ahiad of the
'truek. iait the tttix.f :mI afl"rxat I
that hi ln-t mafhiti" would ha" ttiad"
PettM- tune tf he had not had to tnp
at i very Min k to take mi a pnlu'emaii
who xxa too tir.-il in run
Alter the t. . r had t.ne.l nlmic '
Maili.-on aven'-.e a fexx him ks and aft"r
xi. ml "ot in'o Fifth avenue the
truck iiiutht till with him The polli e
?toiy i that the driver xxas lnstlucti-d
io ii, all and hump Into the steer,
which xvas done A. the teer toppled ,
over the entire fori e of police jumped
on hltn Jut like ii tlx-ins xvedire in .lark
ii'"t.iurant A the steer Is dead, the
police havuiK hot htm when they uni
him in the KaM S.xty-pvets'h stnet
"tatiiui. there wa no one to cnntr.-tdli I I
In tilt- alternoon a xxaiton from an
i;.it Sid" slaiiL-hter hotie took the te, r
he tle.e(l fur the table
CEDRIC AIDS FREIGHTER.
"tn nil. lit
III. ll I. led
I The late -tar I., ti' rt-i eived xestertl.ix
i frutii ll," .ea!ii"Lip i i-iir i i apt .1 n arter
'tin lier -lortni wax tins j.ort trum I.ixer
I pool, a wirel.m iiie'-js'i! IpIIui" how she
BaVe "lici'if 'o the ll.ltllblir.' llefl,;ill
I'l.'lL-lit -te.lllKlap XI . 1111,1, tw..H (lav
'tlll I fmm ll.ite'"ir t-n I'lul id.'lii..i, with
I broken -lull ami r udder riiriied awn'',
i iiiilim,' in the lr. i."i nf ci.Uit ""is I he
' feline -.111 the lis' -., i-h,'liat" nf the
U -IIII I nil .tliri.i inu'lit I lie I relelilnr
has mi wiiele--. -o -he had to -ik'ti.it her
plu-lii In' liuht-. .u. '1 i iii i edrica-tt'd il the
new wanted in be i.i'.on oa
('apt Mu. is nf ihe be inia said ho
xv.iii'ed a low A ihe Cedrtc i a pat-etmer
and mad earner -he could do ni)tlimk- m
tin- hue. hut "In1 slk'tialleil that he would
xland be and mil h"lp h wirele-i to the
di-.ihled (u rtu in
L'apt 'niter rut .a Hire! loath iiuh
the Vx lute st,, i hner rin
linn. Ireu.'h'pr. i
' ''I- P"il I Itv
bound fioiii l.ixerpooi loi
tiillcicux ' 'lie
Hkipt-r ol tt.p Xrii.eai.in "aid l.f w.ixxliiii,K
to hil.h a hue to th- ih-abled shin and try
Io briiur Iht into llalilux, seei.i h indretl
nillm from tli point where t he ( oo in.ui
xia tloutiderliii; Hie I edne xi.iiieij
iiutienii'- lor tlii Xriiii'iii.iii to count up
Nleanxx till" th" edric' pas-enters, or at
leat those xvho could stand the iiillliii;,
were out nil dec Ii loohlliu' at the (unman,
which at Hlin-" M-i-med to dip her loner
.., '.'".y"" it"'"!' , , " ''J?", '
niissed a line to the Xl ei-liiln, anil then the
skpper ot the I edne. t onst'lnii ol dim
fulfilled, xveiu on h' coui-ie Me learned
Hi Ids sluniillmv with the iierrniiti fielliler
that she htiil been iinuule to n ,i repair
1 lie Anneiiiiili will be entitled t,, i. a; nmnev
in salvau-e il she bun,'" the . rit,p'e.l i ir
itian in'o linvcn
I.Hnndry li,t I'nreel I'otl.
MoNTCLAin, Jan 13 Smne Montrlnlr
younK men xvho run attend. t.ii out of town
bcIioIn am taking ailvaii'iiri f 'he parcel
Iiot to send IIu'Ip flotht boilli. I. be
Money-Saving Opportunities Now
Reductions of $3 to $14 from early season
prices of our thoroughly stylish Suits and
Overcoats bring the majority of them to
$15, $17, $20 & $24
REAL FIRE MAKES :
I'.iii' T li ti it It tti ti Film Plant lie
troycd in I'iflv Minute
Mfiti .lump for Life.
M'.IlT ILF.I.' S.WI'.S I'ASI!
Miti'iriii'i't Snow Siii" I'll
I i'c I'n loiiti - i"iiltir
Ni.w iJni Ml l.I.t N' Y , .l.ili i:i I'ivh
iiuiiiitix nlli'i- .1 ipnrk M't In" to .1 rt't l of
film In tho porliiiiiittui M'i'tioti of t'l" il.irk
1 ntliw moriilnt; tliot'i.tirfSloo ooiiiliiiil
I' tin- riinlilioti-i'r 1'iltii 1 'ortioi.it ion wn
.1 mill ins fiiiiwioo !n liily miiiuto il
.1 tlllt ltl!l- of ll-dll'"
I'iflv clrU oiiiplovi'il in tho varloii- m"
I'liimlrnl (("pun itni.t-, mnl tin- I'tntio
li'itin' t'iniip.iny. wliirli w.m pl.iyim; .111
ii'l.ipt.'iliiiii of "Shorlork lliiliiio"," o-i'iipotl
1 tv lo.iiiiiu; throtiKh tho window" Many
llit'iitt'ii i'n' liiuut'il mill tut
l'xxo ImiiMM utljoinitu; the fin lory,
wlilrh xxat n hirco xxoodoti luillilliic litiilt
tin iihkntint; rink, xxi'ro htiriii'tl iloxxn ami
-ini'nil hoti-pt on Cit'tpt'iit nnd (iiovo
axotmi't, oppotito tlm fartoiy. raiii'ht
'ir from the luxnt
Iho total lo-vj, includitiR factoiy. its
, ntitit-t and tho tlwfllinnt. it pl.ir.il at
ii.iioo No tiuc liiu! tune In H.ive anv
111.1l prnpi'ity 111 the t loak and drotN.
, .Mi-t MarKart't Siu.ix. the leaduiK
j woin.lti. xxa- a I'.il heroine wlun hi'
I re-i'iied Helen Hadulev Iho "'rhaiihaii'.er
Kidlet," uri'iI 1, Ml" (iiaro l.lliie and two
titi'ti. who xxeie 111 Iho piojeeluiK room on
ill.- (.eeotid "torv When th" tire liec.in
Hid (he llaiui'" ."hot annual the -011th tde
of the litlilililiK Willi rapidity. Ilielo xiat a
wild eiiiinlile for the .tan- Th" people
weio rut off trolii the "Tits liy th" Il.iinn"
and. MnuhiiiK th" xxiiiilow with fli.ni.
they lea)"d lift fell ff't to the irroiitul
Ml Miow, xvho wii on the "tai;f n
liU'iiilierfil tliat Mis Khtie and little
llel"ti wtif upstair- 111 Ihf pinj'-itiiii;
rimiii xxiiii l.iwi!iif William- and Frank
1 ai.ir"lli xilni xieie ..,.-iatnii; a 111.0'hitio
ti yuii; out
that ih"V wt'ie trappfd h
eiel .111 at" from the wall and ran up the
-tatr thluuitli .1 dflise ehiiid of -moke
l'lie lour 111 ihf pt.ijf.titu; r.Mitn xxt-rf
.iliollt oxeifitiie liy -iiioltf and hf.it
xt, s.,..,. ..... . 1 1 .1
. .... . ...... .. ... HI" ..t, I lll IH"
.. i.tlrl It i t...il tlu.i.i I. .i I 1 ...
,i-ti,. tt.mn--h,.t thmin;h tl.f lool
Auothi i tin it mil ot h-ioi-m xx,
t;n . n ny .xir Ham.. ,ii ( r ,iv At th..
tir-t "liotn nl "l ir. ! ' -h" ran tnti'ith" -tort-
room xxhor.- the iipnatixe lilm- xifif k.-tn
1'''" IMIilm lh"Ui out lu tiaui. xvho
Uirexv til. 'in niil ot Hi., xiuiil.iw. .
Hi.' it-..,,... .-.-.ti,.. .,....... ii...
,,, ....ii,,! t,, i,r ,., j... ,. i,..r 'a,'
"I xx ill when I haxe to. ' .It.. ! i,.,,i:
and rflut'iifil to ttie stun. room ,(,
Jtikli Xl-lth tile llletl to Keep thflll ,n work
until ihf riHiin till.-tl xxith sin.ik.. and then
-he had tn i:roi" her xiav nut he
tall.'."l .ind xi.is hi;, tl throNKh a xiunlmx
Mie hail t-ixi d nvery r-l ot negative hlin
1 ire Commt-.-ioiier I ri-deruk i: Win
ter wa on., of the first of tile tlrelllell io
arrive Hf tiit.-rrd the liuildum hv the
main door as the turn ami xotn,.irw,,re
jumiiini; from the window- 11.. -ian.l
up tilt- stair to if il ws B.if,. for the
titetueii io enter and as hf rf.irht! tin
top thi-ri- xvas an fxplm-n n ,uu ll
hurleti lloXVIl llltt) Ihe street He j.
ih.irles.l H'te. t.r.-ideiit of the Than
l.ois..r i-ntnpativ Iter- Atlli-r the general
representative aiid.lohn lifsiuontl. a boy.
xx.-nt back into th otht . and attrr throxv
lliK out huiidlf of chet-Ks anil inoiifV,
books and lui-uiis paprrs ih.n- s,imiiii ti
thf safe door and junif(l from'it xxindow
A thf xxali ffll a ( .m 0f t ht inicals
exploded near (irove aveniie. throw iiir
cinders anil ilbris into the air. which
dfMfiiditl amoiu; a group o tirnjtifii
SfVer.ll of them were burned
I if ty families xxt-re tlnxrn from their
home xxithin a radius of txxn block of t)u.
IhanhotiM-r factory i 'harles.1 Hlies.ud
!o-iiii;ht that h mti iulnl to io-utne xvork
tii-morioxv inornini; a st-v.-ral of the
.nv flrk tilm companies haxt. otlfi-etl
him tho u-f ot their studio-.-mil inftoiie
Ih.. men haul ol New P.ochellc at"
helpim; m a searrh for teiiiHirar .iuar-i.-r
to be umhI until a tirfproof IiiiiIiIiui;
1- erected 111 Xi'W Itorllelle
ED L. FINDS FORMER OWNER.
'niiiiiot llnerr I, Imp tutu nre
if , I. C. A. Man.
An old Jinrse led by Joseph Kosril. an
Katt Houston street stable man. went
limpliiK up Tlu-.l ixenue yesterdav af
ternoon hanslii" ' discuiir.ied head
and birelv able t dras alnn-- 11.. u-..u
helnu led to a sal... ..table
I n tt...i,.i. . ... .
I ' . . '. " " . iur"'r "c
I Thlr" "venue nntl Twenty-fourth street.
l .- ....!..... .1
stopped Knskl to examine the horse.
The animal was IM I-, a thoroughbred
racer, xx'lilch In his prime had xvon
many a purso for Mr Meslck xvhen he
kept a raclnp stuble m St I.oitl years
.Meslcli took Ivoskl to the liex
police court, where he was lined
J.i for cruelty to animals Kd 1. went
to the S V. C. A. stable When they
looked him oxer there thev told Meslclt
that the nnlm.il should be s'-nt Mt-lck
"hook his head
"I'erhap he should, he said, "but
I'm not solus to tio it, and i won't l't
any one el. t-htmt j:j j, m ,,u! j,im
op a farm nnd pay his board until he
IM I, xx'on a inatcVt race for $10,000
nculnst Frank Hell, a rarer of note.
j xvhen Meslclc owned him
A VISIT to our warerooms
J assures the viewing of the
widest possible selection of
Oriental "gems" at reasonable
pri es and a guarantee that
every tug offered is exactly as
8 Weit 38th StrMt
Threaten to Ttunhle Aetinji'
t'liptaln Cooney lowiitiiirs
if lie Doesn't (to.
SAY HK WANTKl KTTOH
on (Jeneral Walkout to
Tnken at 1 A. M. To
Whiie the ttrlklng hotel waiters xxere
holding a big meeting In Hrynnl Hall
last night a big black inustached man
In citizen clothes slipped hv the door
keeper nnd took a seat in the rear of
a side room, In plain view of the plat
form. lllljubeth (lurley Flynn the 1. W W.
labor organizer xvho figured In tho
strike at Lawrence, was -peaking and
xx-.i J'ii giving "nine advice that
the best way to bring hotel patron to a
realization of the pre-en! imitation's
erlotines xva. to "hit them in the
s-nmaih ' when there wa a scuffle
tear th pot where the xlltor had
teat-tl himself and a lot nf loud talk.
Soon ;i wa "ten that the cause of the
acit.rion had W', so lie meeting xxeiit
The large man xva Mu had .1 CMuiey.
a. ling raptalti of the Wet Thirtieth
street station, one of the xxalier had
r giled hlin and Carlo Tn-ra an
I W W man xvent to him and in
sitnl thai he leaxe II.- did go mil
lllto the hall, but el'U"i-d to IlloXe flir-
Iliir despite the tleilainl purpose of
..me of th" winter who gathered alut
him to ' tumble him doxxn thf "lairs'
Fmallx th" hot lu-ads xx
thf poho'tiian xva not
i i t'-
enter the hall
Cooney said he aad been paing
had Just dt opped in m ""' what
going on. but that d.dn't s.itlf
waiters, xvho lnitcil be had come there
to lines: Joseph ' I'lior In cae Hie
l.axvrenir s'nke leader should appear
and speak along the lilies ll" tollowed
lift Friday nlcht xxhen he advl-ed all
'lOtel employees to make the food they
prepared "unsafe ' fm "rnpltalist" tllu
ers. I'lior didn't ."bux up nor did
Arturo niovannlt.l. ."' thtie xx-as no
occasion for a policeman Cooney de
nied that he hail it xx-arr.int fm Kttor's
There xx-.-is a lull in the trlke yester
day hecnin-e the I W W organizers
who are i tinning It for the lime, xv.t.ter
union have concluded not 10 start any
thing until a formal tall has been Nsued
:.. all hotel xx-orkeis to walk out Tills
xxas to haxf been done tn-iiight. but
"nine ff the leader roiild not be on
'land, so It xva po-tp.-inei! u.. il to-mor-rnxv
night. A meeting w..l then be held
m Hryani Hall at o rim k
At 1 o'clock W'fdnesdax nnrning the
employees xxho arf still at xxork and xvho
do not quit xxork until midnight will
meet and vote on whether the general
strike order shall be i"urd "i not If
t'.e decision I fuvorable tin' leaders
say that tiouble will start immediately
nr.d xx ill assiimu more seriou propor
iinii than haxe so far been encoun
tered All emplojee xvho tin not obev
ihe order xvlll have a mugli time of it
and the campaign against hotel prop
crlv is expected to If renewed.
Kttor Is expected m the cltv January
;n or soon after that to dlrei t the local
strike He 1 roxv buy in New lletl
ford. Mass., with a lalmr agitation. In
the meantime c.iovnnnlttl xxlll be one
of tie chief advisers hen-
To-night, in place of the strike vot
meeting, the waiters will meet In Man
hattan Lyceum. Tin. speakers will be
i liox-annlttl. (lurley Fix nil. Carlo Tiesca,
I'.urlek (.Jnlnlan and other I W W agi
tator. Charles .1 Campbell of 51 Chambers
street counsel for the Hotel Men's
Association, followed up tho statement
given out Sunday by tnat organization
with the announcement yesterday that
he would have a conference with Dis
trict Attorney Whitman to-dny. He
says he Is determined that Kttor shall
bo brought to account for his speech
of Friday anil that ho and Mr. Whitman
xvlll get together und bring some light to
bear on both the facts and the law.
"I Intend to push this matter," said
Mr Campbell, "not only against Kttor
but against every other man who gives
Incendiary advice respecting the con
duct of the hotels and restaurants. I
have some Information nf Importance
xxhlch I cannot noxv dlvulrje "
Mr Whitman said last night that n
careful examination of tho stntiltes Und
not shown hlin any way to ask for the
indictment of Iho labor agitator, hut
was not yet ready to express an ab
Three men who had their pockets
tilled with stones nnd broken bricks
xvere arrested In front of the Hotel
Ciitham early yesterday morning. They
said they were I.ouls Aniiett, n cool;
in the I'nlverslty Club; Joseph Don
nelly, cook in tho Knickerbocker Club,
and Nogiala Allmlno, cook tn the Mar
quette Club, Strike leaders said last
night this was an Indication that the
clubs an well as hotels nnd restaurnptH
would be points of attack In a few
days. CASTRO HEARING CONTINUED.
I'uiiDir) for Venezuelan ('.eneml
llnrrril Krtyi Mpt-flal Inquiry,
A boat d of ejp'lul inqiliiy nt Kills Inland
yesterday talki! over privately the rae of
(Sen CIprlHiio Castro, iilleged ex-uunguinn
of Yeiie.ilela, detained by order o( I ho De
partment of Couiiueri'ii and l.nbor. (Sen.
Castro's counsel, O'Cormiiinii, llattln .t
Maisliiill, were not permitted Io at tend the
heatllii: .Mr ('onleiil ot the lawjers'
onire nmdr mi efloii io find out what was
irnlne on. bill Ills lelenhone iiimnrics weie
I i.ut at'.i'.xert'd i'.iiniiij"i..i..r 'm W.
iniiis gaxo out this penciled slaienieiit in
II en rim: in Casiiociine i ontiiiiieil to-dny.
nil niil nun iiiueii
lt niuv bo that lo-dav c'tiiinnel lor Cumin
I may lura too decUlon ot (be gpecUl board?
'GIRL STRIKERS START'
' FACTORY FIRE SCARE'
ll Tliroiiph Tttiildiii"; in At
fompt to Koiro Women
Workers to Street.
;:ji.ioo MAHrir in pa it a ok
(tiirment .Makers' Deinonstratioii
in 1 11 ion Square Attended
hy Riiy rrowd.
Five youtig women who had lieeli doing
iicket doing in front of the xvliito goods
iliidergarineiit factory of Charles Roen
stock at V Fast T'xventy -second street nil
day yesterday Rathensl in a Wftlgn at 4:30
o'clock and rtishtsl tho main entranoo
They knocked over txvo private Riinnis
stationed at the, door and managed to
get into Iho building Then they pro
ceeded to run through the corridoit. all
the xxay from tho first tloor to the fifth
At the end of thirty socondi there xvas
not a needle plying its task in any of the
workshop and tho foremen on tho vari
ous floors worn stn'tching emergency lire
hoe, whilo tho several hundred women
employees were scrambling for tho
fscniio nnd stairs
Hy this time the two private, guards
had picked thomselx-o up nnd wero fol-
loxving the live young women responsible
for tho commotion, and shouting in their
wako "It's a joke " In the end only half
a ln7eti of tho emplovees reached tho ;
stn'et liefore tho scaro had suhsidetl and
ever' ono reall7fd that tho scheme had
been n ruso on tho part of the strikers
to get tiio working girls out of tho build
ing. T ho five young women returned to tho
"treet without ts'ing apprehended and
stopjssi on tho sidewalk to laugh at tho
diseomllturo of the foremen nnd mana
gers who were endea voring to restore order
Meanwhile Mr Kosenstock xvent to tho
telfphono and called up tlm F-nst Twenty
M'cond strift policn station Tho women
xxeio taken to the station, where they
gave the following name' Helen CSoller.
of flC, Fast Ninth street; Martha (Sour
net, III, of ICS Wilkin avenue. The itronx;
lTora Unlimni, 21, of 4li (Srand street;
l-n.i Meri. of ;ili Madion street;
Ana Lotz, II. of 10 hat Seventy-tecond
stieet They all said they xvero boni in
liiissia and had len einployexl in the
UnseiistocL factory a undergarment
The iarndo of the striking Rarment
xxorker. which stnrttsl from Itutgers
Sipuie ye-terd.iy forenoon, winding up
with a mas me-ting at I'nion Square,
wa the chief event of the day for the
strikers Pickets left tho lactone and
shops to join ju the demonstration and
.except for mi hour or two in tho morning
the meeting halls of the striker were
deserted inot of the tlay Kstimate by
tlm union leaden as to the number of
people iii line were all of a skyrocketty
character soaring from sJ.om to lno.iioo,
but these hgures weio heavily discounted
by the police who xxere on duty .From
311.0.10 In .to ioo appear to have been a
liberal estim.ite.uud that mean an un
usually big Winnie
' The parade started from Hutgers Square
and the streets in Us vicinity at about
10 30 A M in four division, taking in the
"overal local of worker in men's and
boy clothing in the I'nitetl Onrment
Workers There was n parade in Brook
lyn at the Kime time about 2. nun of the
Hrooklyn paiadeis croingthe William
burg Hridge to attend the I'nion Square
meeting They could not get a permit
to uinide across the bridge but came to
Manhattan on thecal-, forming in line in
liroouie street and marching to I'nion
Square J Hashklns, auditor of the
United (Sarment Workers, was grand
marshal of the Manhattan parade. He
was seated in a large army saddle on a
raxxboiied horse, and though hi seat
seemed a little uncertain he galloped
round xvith a recklessness which evokfd
tin- admiration of th strikers The
l.ugest single local in line was that of the
coat tailors, xxho marched is.rjmj stiong
Ihf second division, numberlnc about
I j.otti, composed of ciHtom tailor, cutters
ami litters, joined the column at Filth
stii-'t and T hird avenue The route of t lie
uir.itle, starting from liutgers street ami
Fast Htnadxvay. wa to Fssox strei-t, to
(Srand. to Suffolk . to Hivingtou. to Chris
tie street, to Second iiveline. to Fifth
street, through Fifth and I.-ifavette
streets and Astor plnro to Broadway,
doxxn Bnvidway to Fourth street, to
Mercer street, to F.ighth street, to Hi nail
way again, .and up Broadway to l iuon
l'hf sidewalk were crowded all along
the line ot march Kight brass hands fur
nished ihe music the princiftil airs plax-fd
N'ing the "Marsfill.iisf " and the "Inier
natioiiiilf." a faxontf socialist uir. The
women xvcro applauded wherever they
appeared ill lino and waved handker
chiefs in return At interval the Ixuids
vurifd tile txvo favorite, airs with ragtime
The parade xvas still on when the mass
meeting at I'tiion Squnro opened, tho
division falling in line whilo the speeches
wp re going on T ho Brooklyn contingent
reached Union Squuro to the music of
tho "Marseillaise" shortly before the
Hphruim Kaufman presided from the
cottage at the mass meeting and William
Harlin, a socialist spellbinder, was the
llrst sneaker He was followed by An
drew Morotto, an Ituliun organi7er, nnd
Mrs Hos 1'ustor Stoken was thu third
Other siioakers Included Mrs Marie
MnePonala, Hocinlist enndidato for Con
gress in the Fourteenth district at the last
election, Bernard Weinstoin, orK.mi7.or
or tho United llcbrnw Trades; Prof.
fSoorgo H. Kirkpatrick of Minnesota.
Max Vino, general organizer of tho United
(Sarment Workers, and Jacob I'ankin
1'ankin askotl tiio strikers to sxvonr by their
right hands that they would stay out until
they won nnd they raised their rigid
In response to a call Issued last week
hy four organiwilions of employers a
meeting of manufacturers was held yes
terday afternoon in thu Hotel Brovoort
to take measures for lighting tho strike
of tho garment workers. The organi
zations were tho New York Clothing
Trado Association, the Tailors to tho
Trade Association, the Associated Boys'
Clothing .Manufacturers of Greater Now
York and tho American Clothing Manu
facturers Association. Charles V. Kndoll
of Cohen, Klidell it Co. presided, and
it xvas decided that the four organiza
tions would form a body to tuko measures
to protect tho trade, Tho meeting passed
a resolution pledging those present to
olwerve tlm principle ot tho open shop
and the principle of fair wagon and good
conditions for their employees..
Miss (lortriido Itanium, publicity agent
for the women workers on strike unttthe
waist nnd dress makers who are to strike,
announced last evening at tho head
quarters of tho International ladies' (Sar
ment Workers Union, ;r.' Union Square,
that tho vote of Iho waist and dross mak
ers on tho question of the strike was tint
completed. Up to lust livening tho vote
wus 11, S3U for and .'if.' against u strike
"As to th" "iutf good worker.? and tin;
xx rapper ami kiiuoiiu makiirw." ehe con
tinned, "all tho whilo good workers aie
.' . ,, " """ ""n "ii'r
i makers am all out lu Brooklyn und .In
mi smiiii anil i in. Kimono and wrapper
Simplex engineers know that an electric lighting and
starting system may easily become a two-edged sword
without the proper attention to the wiring and connec
tions. These wires often times carry a current of high
amperage which, if not properly isolated, is liable to
In order to avoid this possibility, we have designed
and built in our factory suitable connections for the
system used in Simplex Cars, and all wiring is protected
by metallic tubing which is both oil and waterproof.
The body, motor, or any part of the chassis may be re
moved from the frame without breaking a wire, which
is also an important feature.
Because of our inability to obtain sufficient space in
Madison Square Garden to exhibit our latest models,
Simplex Cars arc shown onvj at the salesrooms 240
West 59th Street (near Columbus Circle) which re
main open until 1 0.30 o'clock each evening to and in
cluding January 18.
HOMES IN FLOODS
Ohio Still I!iinir and (iroatj
Loss Is Expected in
KKAIl FOIl T1IK LKVL'KS
ruprotccted Districts From
Ciiiro to VicUslmr-; Mny
(So Fuller Water.
St. Louis, Mo.. Jan. 13 The worst
flood In years Is sxveeping down the Ohio
Hlxer valley. At Cincinnati and vlclnltv
10.000 persons are homeless and the suf
fering Is Intense. The stage of the river
at Cincinnati nt 7 o'clock to-night was
ill.tS nnd rising It Is believed a ''.-.;
stage will haxe been reached befoie
morning and that the crest of the flood
will be reached at fi3 feet
The city official of Newpoit, Ky ;
Dayton, Ky . and Covington, Ky . are
aiding In tho relief of the Hood victims.
In Nexvport the lellef xvorK is being
conducted in milltnrx- fashion. Thou
sands of families haxe been forced to
rel; shelter In the upper Hours of their
homes, nnd many thousands more have
been taken from the second floors of
Schoolhouses are being used tn re
lieve the suffering
Still rising over an inch an hour, the
Ohio passed a stage of t feet at Kx-ans-vllle.
Ind.. at sundown The Govern
ment forecaster there announces that
the crest of the txxo rises, one now at
Cincinnati and the other at Pittsburg,
xvlll strike the Kvansville terrltniy about
the same time, thus making thu stage
of 47 feet here practically certain on
top of this rain or snoxv is predicted
The sieamer John Hopkins went up
nbovp Newburg to-day and rescued
txventy-four starving women and chil
dren from their flooded home The res.
cued people prayed as they boarded
tne steamer. For two days, they said,
they had been without food.
The Hood xvlll Increase the cerebro
spinal meningitis epidemic tn Tt-nne-splnal
tnenelngltl epidemic lu Tennes
see. Ark.in!!. anil nil Hooded .sections.
Flood warnings were sued by the
Weather Hureaii at Memphis, Tenn.,
to-day, predicting that all the country
unprotected by levee between Cairo,
upnproteoted by levees betweel Cairo,
111., and YTrksburg. Mls., would be un
der water hy Friday night.
A stage of thirty-eight feet It e.x
peeled at Memphis on Friday or Satur
day and forty feet xvhen tho crest of the
rise airlxes from the Ohio Hlver
8,000 MADE HOMELESS
Cincinnati Contirll to PrOTtdr for
Flood SnUrrfH End In Sight.
CiNxiN.VATl. Jan. 13. Cheering news
regarding the Hood situation came to
night from the Weather Bureau. The
crest of the high water Is in sight,
IF it is important
to you that your card
and filing equipment have the
highest EFFICIENCY value
IE you believe that prices
should be based on up-to-date
manufacturing and selling
methods and on fair commer
:V- yu will compare our goods with
. .' others on any point
We shall have you as a custo ner.
Telephone, Franklin aafii.
The higheit type of Filing Equipment Withort
the Fncy Price
and It will not exceed sixty-three ft
Cold, clear weather has done Its part,
and unless the totally unexpected hap
pens somo time during Wednesday th
river In this harbor will be declining.
Already the stream Is on the down
grade all the way from llttsburg tn
I'arkersbtirg, but from the latter point
down to below Cincinnati the watcrt
continue to rise slowly.
It Is estimated that 8,000 person
have heen driven from their homes In
this city and vicinity. The appeal ef
Mayor Hunt forn substantial relief fund
Is lolng responded to liberally by citi
zens. The City Council at its meeting
to-tnorroxv will provide for the Isuanc
of ?20.000 bonds for the relief of flnod
OHIO WASHES WHEELING.
Thntitniidi Mote lo lllnher (irnnnd
Truffle Knocked Oat.
WiiEKMNO. W Va., Jan. 13. For a
second time within seven days thou
sands of people living in this city and
other toxvns In tho Ohio Valley where
compelled to-day to vacate their homes
nnd remove to higher laud.
' The Ohio River reached a flood stage
, of forty feet early this evening and
railroad and street traffic' was knockei!
I Many manufacturing plants that had
I expected to resume work to-day wer
unable to do so.
LAST DAY FOR TITANIC CLAIMS
l.n It- Attempt tn Hold Company I a
lrr llrltlah Law.
l.'nder a recent order of the United
States District Court this is the last dav
on which the Titanic claimants may tile
their demands for reimbursement xxlth
United Stater Commissioner Gilchrist
The date xx-as set by the court In com
pliance with the request of the Oceanic
Steam Navigation Company, Ltd., own
ers of the Titanic, when they brough'
proceedings to limit their liability on
account of the sinking of their sh'p
to approximately $96,000.
A flnal attempt was made last night
by the attorneys for Mrs. Ma- llal
vcrson to defeat this effort on the part
of the steamship company to limit their
monetary responsibility to the amount
of the passage money taken In for th
first and only voyage of the Titanic
and the value of the wreckage re
Mrs. llalverson's attorneys applied to
Judge Holt for the setting aside of tli
monition Issued by the court restrain
lug claimants from tiling demands in
any other than the Federal courts dtp
lug the pendency of the litigation. Tin
petitioners hold that tho Oceanic Steam
Naxigatlon Company. Ltd., Is not en
titled to the benefit of the United
States statute of limitations, hut comet
under the Hrltlsh statute, wheh lltnlu
the liability to $75 per ton of the ship
A. Leonard Brougham, the lavvv-er
who wan lined by Sudge Hough for
contempt of court because he tiled
damage suit In a State court for M-?
Klleabcth II. Natsch. whoso hutlun.l
xvas lost with the Titanic, will appea -before
Judge Holt at 10;30 this morn
Ing to ask that the tlm limit for ''i
filing of claims bo extended until he.
learns the result of his appeal from
tho decision of Judge Hough. Th
opinion of the higher court In his c.u
will determine whether or not datth
claimants are Included as parties la
itsr js& 'ifit'1w1iai-iai
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