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THE SUN, SUNDAY, APRIL 27, 1913.
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til "i.iH .1 sp.iile ,i -Mili" n'nil when In1 I
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liitors fnr hl. uitiiHf lull lie wniiM line
tile i,nile nf tlielr re"iei'tHr enillitlen
Ui u;Mlnt Until .mil the lepiM.iliir.
"The he 1 1 (iiivernnr lltltthrs." s.iM
t.ie lint i'l ti ir. "hut I .nil iletet iiihieil the
hIi.iII ti.it li it i h rii'ir S-.il.er. This
i.s n hl."tnrle il.iy m the initials nf mr
Stiite Tills I il lllem.ir.lhle scene, sel
ilnm if ever ultni'ss. il 111 tills- KM'iMitle
Tin llinernnr Milil he hellevod future
hist, trims mi lil ie s.ioil ,-;kc to
r:'liiK iiiiniit tins day
Got. nler' ihlreim in I liiilriiirn.
Ii it .nlilf, - t.i the Ii.iniHTJtlc
rhiuniieii lint. Siiler s.iltl:
"' .in met here tu-illi tn iln lmt w
Call tn keep th"' flllth tn reileelll nur
liledK'f. We prtutilKriJ the people hi the
Irtut euiiipiilKii ,i .tnteldi' illrvot primary
"At th" reiiue.it nf tny party I m.'ule
a eaiuiMlKii thlnUKli the State. Th? tall
tne I !HL. tn mure ptnic ilurhiR the
cuiiKHt tliini any nther I lemnvriitti run
ilhlate ir iiild.re-o.eii In any eainpalisn In
nil the hli-tury nf the State. I tnlil the
prople that If I ucre elected 1 wuulil iln
I'M'tytlilnu in my power tn carr out the J
pledge nf m tiart as inuiielated hi the1
"Muiiy ilouhled m shuerlty in the cam- i
palsn tei'i'he. , hut there was nte- man in i
the State who net nf doubled their Mil
terlty and that Is the man ulm l now
iloternor nf the State. I meant what I
Mild then as I mean what I a nnw.
Nn mull, no fai'tlon, tin part. ian make
me a politic-. ii hypnerlte.
'U'hn I eaniiot he hnnest In inlltus
J hall R-t nut nf polities. I helleVe
hoiiest in politics ulil fUvt'fed Jut the
Minr as t helteve linuesiy In hushiess will
MR'ceed If any one douhts that, all h
Iuia to do Is to think of what lias been
accomplished hi this country during the ,
last quarter of a c-ntury by the men who
have dared to he title and hae been
hon.r-t hi politics.
" hen I make a promise to the people ,
I Ktep It ur I lratikly tell the proplc wny ,
1 caniiet keep ll. Winn my party makes '
a prnnii"" to the pcnple 1 want my part.t
to keep th' promise or I want the people '
to knim wh my parly bleaks the
"It is all tery simple tn me. If any
Democrat In tols State Is iiK.tlnst the
Democratic Mite platform that man Is
no I 'einnciat . and a.- the lien ratlc
Cioernor of the Stat I shall do every,
t'llna In in' powir to drlse that iK'nio
ci at out of the I lemocratic pirti
"If any Democrat In the State tries to
make war on me I slMn tljrht him to the
lid and If in ss.ii' summon th part)
b ailers of the State to decide between that
in. in ami in.
5lnal He True, or Reckon With .Mr.
"Then ale fifty. one iount chairmen
HtsemhlMl here of sixty all told in the
State. You are tin i-pt".eiitati es In
our nsp, .lue loimties of th, Ii,. run.
eratle parn- Inn an- Its bom and linw.
its life and hi 1 Vou bat- been put In
our positions by the I leinoerutlc nters In
vour i unties oil bate to be true to
those Ii, moiratii' oteis or ou have t"
iickon with me.
I in nut be deceit id There is no man
In this s'ate who knows public opinion
better than I do ni who mists It more
Whatever I am. vhateter I Imvu been,
llHteer I hope tCI be. I owe to tile people
"Yes, ou know, and ou know that the
electors of the Stati of New York, legal d
Ifbs of party athlUtions, ate In f.,vor of
Statewide dltect pilmarles If that iips.
lion wre suhinlttnl to the people in imy
Assembly district of this State It would he
car, ltd " . rwhelmincl .
"The Democratic party in the State nf
New York ban row a Ktcat opportunity.
I Vdiit it to uiak Rood' and keep faith
with th- liters.
What Democrat would hate me be
falsi." If theie be such lit him come for
ward now, or forever hold bin peace.
"The 'invernor heie at his debit Is the
visible I overninent I list administration
la open and ahotehoatd Attallisl great
dllllctiltles. anil many nhatitt te.i this 5m
ernor is tijilitf lo do nis duty and sun'.
tuoiii now and hele eteit Democrat In the
Statu and all the eei titrate to come to the
suppott of the man they fleeted (:iternnr.
There shall be no compromise.
"Kent assured that those, who help me
will win my t.'terlastliiH uratnuile. that
those who nppose me will merit mt en
mity and Dtinoi i atic loinlcninatloii IJverv
Denioer.itiv chaii inaii of eer Demucralic
coinmittee In eers nuuty nf the State
must now decide whether or not ho Is
solus; to be with me or is uoliu: to lj
itrulnM me In tilni to car out our
platform pledges and to make good out
"If he is Willi in. i I will he with hill)
If he la attains' me. mat!, well what I
s now. I shall I"' .111.1 III' hltn lie
inist elthei be a par' to drllnr me
nut nf publie life oi I must b a patty
io ilriliiis lion out nf the Democratic
Direct I'rliunrlra Wiui fur far I.e.
"Ill lie.tl'lt ruT I'll! of tile Western
Plates ihe Denmi'i ntie pant e bloni won
an elect ion unci ilnnl pilmait law - weie
written iipnn the statute bonks Hut s-tice
we hate had Ihese Statewnb' diree. pi.
mliry laws m the I 1 1 1 ami raeilh'
00t Slat's tn" Deuinii-allc pally has
IIUW efmtlol tif li'M'li of lb.' nllit'tei Ii
'Nn lilitli I'e.lis ll'tecl pititl.llles t cept
.1 man it. ! . li.ir.i'H i and w h ahilltt
md whose meni.ilitv and tthn-n H.n
ae do not hiar lie scarehlisht of pub
'Irlty. No .nan fe.ui .ll nit .i m.i 1 1 1 s up.
!tS lie would IMIbei be the creatine of
the Intlflbl'' liot i , nm"iit than lie; nitant
Of tile people
"Cm an huineii belnr; whose be. lit
l.l true, whose bead N steaih. do more
thuu I am iIoiiib ' I nil s hid man who
ever oc nplnl ilu.s office cleseno In lp
more than I do
"What Denini'iai in our stale is coing
lo be a Ii.upt ,ii d dfert me' In ibis
iiiisc fin ine. t piiiti.irles l hate no imr
of Ihe lillnnale ics ill We will wm
"I a ilellbeiaieh to .ton Dcmociain
lhat ymi hati in hue up yoiu i , pri seuta -lives
III the t.cEUIafiui to pass tins honest,
xllH Jum J i' I this fan statettnle illicit
pllmurt bill lo kiep o,n plednia or I
will line ii j Ihe people UKulnul ou and
OUT rrpiesciitaitteH for Mini- fniliiie tu
be true to oiii pl.ilfiinn
"li )oi think I will mil lleht Jon hatu
nnollier Ihk Hunk cimiiiitt If oii ImaKlnu
that 1 do not know Ihn rules nf the Kauie,
reinriubii I h.no been in the mitun all
mv lifn. Thev bint Hot Hushes, but I
am ilctttmtiu'l ihe hIiiiII not brut (lot
"UM m 1$ Ibu frlendr nf Ihls re
form cutinnt ttrlto Oils dtittetvlde dltect iirninlsn of a illicet prlnmry simply be
primary law Upon tin statute hooka of cause the Kepllhllcan p.n t.t has been wiped
our State before the t tilt 1 V llrst dat nf . off the tnilp. Theie is iiinither powerful
next December t do not know the power partj In the field, mid It l to be l ecknned
behind this desk If we fall In this tlRht with The rrnKiesslve party really be
lt will be due In th- .m t that I do not j lietes in the direct primary and would
leallne what the i 'nntltiltloii saM cnu- w elcnnie the chain e nf inaklliit n i.nu
lernlin; the iic'iieles of the Mxcciltlte. ) pnlcn on tins Issue ll ynil teatt warn
"All nf that power all that Ifi honest to calviiiilie that part.t Into eifectlteiiesM
ntid all Bond iiKelicles will bo lled bv me .,, potem-t brink tour pledce to Kite
from now heiici'fni wiifil to defeat iiud In I the people a statewide, real direct prD
eiush the Dcmnciiits who wnulil make the muiy "
Deinocrath pat t.t of the State of New'
Yolk the IllUKlllltK stnek nf Hie people
whn wniild iniike ttie Democratic party of
the Stale of New York ll political hypo
crite nii'l a political liar
"So fai iih he h concerned theie will
be no stepping b.iekwiinl. no enmprnmlses
with the Invisible snt rnineiit, tin deals
between the KNecullse ami the leftlaln
lite lioille i olitrolled by bos-es. '
When the (.Ititefnor concltuled con
anilillatioiis were shotvereil upon hint
from all sides, (lov. Huturr had pie
tloiisly atitiotinced his determination lint
lo intend t! hear ne, and while It wa
in prnmess lie sat In the llxecutive
Won't Chloroform Illil, Mr ni.
lie had ii lung tall; with t'larence .1.
Slieurn of New York city after the hit
ter spoke in fnvor of the primary bill,
and at the i mii'lushm of their conference
was heard to remark:
'They won't chloroform this hill In
ininmlttee. There wilt hi.- a roll call on
tills measure In each llnuse" '
lams Iicfure the hour set for the hear- i
Ink' th.- Assembly t'liamhef ttui crowded
ttlth pc iple. When the Judii l.iry ttn
inlttee, of which Senator John V Mur- j
tn n.iih of Kltulra Is chalrtnan. entered
the members had trouble llndlnn .seats.
utid when this dltllctllty was disposed 'f ,
the hearing herfutt.
Nine of the llfieen members of th" ,
Jiullci.iry Oonimlttee had remained 111 i
Albany for the henrlns The Demo.
era tie and llepubilciin leaders of the
Sena lo, President I'm Teni. Itohert P.
Warner and Senator Plon It. Hrown !
sat ii. inciiiliers of the committee. .
Speaker Alfred P. Snillji of the Assetit-
ily. with tin
Democratic leuder of the J
Kwer linttap. Aaron J. Levy,
Itepubllcan leader, Harold .1.
al.su llstetird to the nrKumrtila.
While the only opposition to the hill
was voiced In arguments before the
committee by James P. Clark of ()
ttejro, It was easy to be seen from ques.
tlor.s asked by the committeemen,
Pimooruts and UepuhUcnni nlllte, that I
the committee fs hostl'e to the Cover- i
nor's bill. Chairman MurtaiiKli an- Ilrooklyn; Prederlek W. Henrlchs of
nounced lhat there ttinild be nn execu- Ilrooklyn, Heorue P. Van Kennan. State
nn' session of the committee on Mon- Conservation Commissioner, Daniel J.
dat afternoon to conslfter the measure. Oin;nn of Albany, State eommlttet man;
It is anticipated that the bill will be John Petvitt Warner of New York,
iepoit.il either ndversely or for con- ' Stephen Kyan nf Chemum;, John T.
-lib ration in the Senate and Assembly j Kelly of Troy. Pr.xnk Cooper, Corpora
mid then killed by a decisive vote In I Hon Counsel of Schenectady. Socialist;
each house on a roll call. Pobert S. Pinkerd of City Club. New
JuilKe John D. I.iiin of Pnchesfr an- i Vork city: Prederlek M. Davenport,
nounced that he was In charge of the el.nlrman of the lecislatlve committee of
Cotcrnor's forces "for the promotion the Progressive party. John J. O'Con
nf this bill." and introduced the speak- nelt of New York. Canon William
ers. He r.ad a telegram from Sli.Mife Ctrast- r lirocKlyn nnd C harles
Theordore Poosevelt e.prssins reRret ' Hulper of Owei;o.
at his inability to be present at the1 Mr HulEer wa the last speaker
lit uHlli- i.url lene.nfln- tl, ..el. Called by JtldCe I.lntl. althOUKh more
KflHeelf entln Trlrirraiit,
Col. Hoosetelt's teberam was as
"Your Utter and telegram Just received
iiellete me, It Is with most sincere re
cret that I find m self unable to come and Miecan. n protest was heard from Pip.
speak for the direct primary bill, which, I Helss of Prooklyn, who said he wanted
as I understand It. contains the essential ' to he heard, as he had arrived In Albany
features of the bill drawn by ex-Sena-1 fnm, Ilrooklyn at 11:30 and had spent
tor Davenpoit It Is the duty of all Kood , ., , . tmP between the Kvecntlve
citizens in this State to sustain you and ... .. ., , u .-,i,k- r'hnmVier
aid t.,u in any possible way to secure the hamher the Assembly hnraW
enactment of this prlmarv law at the ' ' 'v'" n chance and the corn
present session of the Legislature i mlttee adjourned. It was then nearly S
"Only by direct primary legislation can I o'clock,
we make the people really masters of .
their own purty organization, and unless
they can thus master their own party or
utilization they hate no real control of
the i Internment, and it Is its great an of
fence against the people to swindle them
out of their rltrhts to control their own
partus us to swindle them out of the
tght to have their iholce expressed at the
"I trutt all kooiI citizens will rall.t be
hind you In the effort to secure this pri
mnr legislation '
City Comptrollet Pretidergnst said ho
did tmt appear as a representative of
a political party, although n Progres
sit. He said the people were demand
ing tlie passage of a direct primary law
because they felt that at present "gov
ernment Is not responsive to public sen
timent." Mr. Prendergast said the lllau
velt bill was good, but the people de
"Disagree with some uf the provisions ,
of this bill," he Mild, "but adopt most '.
of them. We want mure reform In this
, direction. It costs the parties nothing,
because a party cannot be successful '
! unless the people approve of It." '
Applause followed ihe Comptrollt r' '
address, and Chairman Murtatigh ,
.rapped for order, saying the work of
the committee was being hampered by j
the noise. As other speakers were
applauded the chairman finally said the
i committee would end the hearing unless
, thi' disorder censed.
iir.ee Senator llus.se i Republican) of ,
' Wyoming asked a question of a speaker, '
and when he received a , more or less j
flippant answer the crowd cheered ,
again. Senator Mu.xsry left the room. ,
saying that the members of the .In-i
;diei.try Committee were being Insulted I
by sui h treatment !
Pint I In Vnynr t mil.
Two of the speakers for the bill were
Democratic Stati) Senators. They were
Senator Thomas II. o'Kfefe of oyster
Hay and dottfrled H. Wende of Huffalo.
Kuch came out flatly in favor of the hill.
Clarence .1. Shenrn said the question
IimiI resolved Itself into this:
"Shall the platform he honored or dis
honored?" "Nn political smartness or cunning or
Juggling can aiiwer, ' said ..t. Slieurn.
"i inl performances will satisfy the peo
ple " He iiintlnued.
"shall a sacred pledge mnde to the peo
ple bt the Demix i atie part) Ust fall hn
leileemed. or shall it lie dlahonori-i! " That
Ik the question, and no quibbling oter a
definition of the. term 'statew Ide.' no sham
and makeshift, us linv Kulzer eoriectly
li.irai tcrlzcs the Mlauvelt Mil What you
lo here, mil what you may say elsewhere,
will determine whether or not the Demo,
ir.itie platform was framed as mere halt
ami hum oniric nr as a pledge and a
"If one nf your friends wnlrlied on
wager oii would cut him off nur list
If one politician breaks a promise made
in another he bi-couirH marked man
..ml Juntl.t ilenpike'J These, are deemed
points of honor
' Is the plntfoj-in pledge of a political
tun less s.niri'd than a hot or a putrnn
nge promise" If politics wein a mere
c oiilldeiice game It would be entirely lilting
to obtain votes my making false pretences,
otherwise, however, mich a course of con
duct does not eentlally differ from that
which applied to business art airs and
money is ilitlned In tlie Penal Codo us
"When I'lesldent Tuft and the Ilepuh
llciii pant look fallh ami passed the
I'.one lilll il was Ihe beginning of Ihe
end, and to-day thut party In little more
limn a memory
"Ile.nl IIiii handwriting on the wall.
Han't iu.ik the iiileluke, nf thinking lhat
Sim can piny fit ,,,( lmM. wlll
lllantell nrrle Miealli.
I Senator Hl.lUVelt lisked If tin re rolllil
, lint he im lionest illfTerence nf opinion
us to the tucuultii; of the contention
plalforni mill .Mr. Slieurn iidniitteil there
' "If tint ileri'ilt tlllH bill the Delllncratlf
1 pal t.t ill this State would he In the M.itite
lelnthn pnsltliin ns the tiutlotial Demo.
cr.itlc part" would be If the tariff H nut
retlsed clmvittvurd durltii; the special
esslun," s.ibi Air. Slieurn.
I Putin Wallace nf tJuecti.H county .-aid
he believed "a promise made H a ileh;
unpaid" lie admitted on iUesthuilin:
by the cnmiiilttc.i that he had been
beaten In ii primary llvht In Queens.
, but Mild there hail lint been u rail' e.
; iiresMun nf opinion.
"I think the (,'enornl opinion ttas that
j the result ill IJlleellH cuittity wax II
I true e xpresjlmt nf the ilnetit sentiment
of the t'litintv." declared Senator Was;-
vvillbmi II Wnilhiiins. nr.vldeiit of the
y,,rK Slate Direct ITItn.iey Asso-
I'lathiii, said that the clfect of a real
primary law tvutlld be to call the men
nut to the polls The iillestlon Is no
longer an academic one. he asserted, a
It h,i! been tried suce.nsfully In thlrty-
nine States. He Mild a hl-partlsiin com-
hltKttlon had always beaten the primary
bill In New York State and tirdu-d that
the bill be passed, even If the proposition
to abolish Iln: State conventions were
to be cut out of II.
"The trouble with the platform plank
In the company thev keep," culd Mr.
Wndhatns. "As n matter of fact the.
Democratic primary plank has been ah-
I Mr. Wudhams said he recnunlzed
! Charles P. Mtirphv lie State le-nler of
i Other syraLrra for Illil,
other who spoke for the bill were
' Daniel I). I'rlsble nf Schuharle. former
! Smaller of the Assembly; Cornelius M.
Sheelian of the Allied Hoard! uf Trade
nml the Taxpayers Association of
t rn'.Ti ll t"tir- or oiiit-i in,"ii !,- , ., l j
to talk. Ho said;
"You pentlemen are playlns with fire
everj- moment you shut the doors to
the great masses nf mankind."
Just as the committee waa about to
adjourn. Ave hours after the heurlni;
, PEARL BUTTON MAKERS STRIKE.
Orunnlrr Threaten Tlrnp nf Trd
I mil Itrmanila Are Granted.
A ceneral strike of pearl button work
ers, mtolving flftt.su factories, went into
effect In this city s esterday to enforce
demands for higher wages and a shorter
workday About 14 per cent of the
striker" are women nnd the strike has
; received the sanction of the American
, Federation of Labor
Joseph TlkotT. organizer for the A
' r uf I., said that l.oon more pearl button
workers will strike In this city to-morrow
I and l.,"0ft are expected to strike In the
' States of New Jersey and Connecticut
' This, he said, will tie up the trade, as
; most of tho pearl buttons arc made in
t these factories
I The strikers demand recognition of
their union, a nine hour workday. If
i tier cent advance to all who have been
learning under $14 a week and lo per
cent. Increase to all earning 114 and
i more. The Hteiage wages at ptesent, he
' saM are Jlu a week and the trade is a
' difficult one.
' NAVARRO TO DEDICATE ALTAR.
Mnrt . ndrmnii'n llnltanil Will
Hate Memorial tn Ilia Mother.
Antonio Navarro, whoie wife Is M.irv
Anderson, the actress, artited bete yes.
terdav on the funard steamship I'eltic
lie comes to take part, with his brother,
Alfonso, who met lum at the p.er. m the
dedication on May ii of an altir erected
In St. I'atruks Cathedral in memory of
The memorial was designed b Henr?
Haeon. designer of the Lincoln Memorial
In Washington It cost J".1,nuii
R. R. VALUATION AT ONCE.
fniiiinrrer Moniil Iln nimlnrrrlna
stuff rart? ( ontilele.
t tslllN., II IV . pril :h llennilepln-H.il
vnliiittion ol the tailroiiiln nl ihe country
is io he made without further dela the
Interstate Commerce l oniiiilssiiin. which
win directed to carry on this wotk under
Ihe ai l ol I'nngress sinned by President
Toll Man h I, liu.'i, aiiuoiiiu eil io-da ilut
ii bus nearly completed ihn selection of a
board of engineers who will hut e i barge
ol ihu work. These engineers will he
picked floni widely si'tniialed localities
Hint from different hiieof wotk
'I he i nm m i -sin ii in pi lined l hn l selections
have been on the basis of iiiulvuliial merit
and l lull experience has been h chief faetor
for appointment I he board will meel in
his city iihinii Milt- I n ml proceed im
mediately under ihe directum of the com
mission lo outliliK the engineering plan
The tenlallte talualloiis filially readied
must be submitted to ihe arricm. the
Department ol .liisllce and the fiovernnrs
of Stales hi which tho properties are lo
titled If no proiesi nguinsl tin. tenlafive
valuation Is filed within thirty days il be
i nines final When protests nie filed Ihn
commission will Investigate through public
In addition io the enirineei lug board the
commission will select an mix Ism v board
of three tn imss on any problem which mar
be raited as I lie work progresses Tli
engineering and advisory boards will not
be subject lo civil service I egnlutlon, hut
all others employed in the valuation work
Rlnrlllan tnuraitian ComlnK Mere,
Wasiiim.ion, April '.-n Luaro Muller,
Minister or rmeimi AITairs ol Hrail. will
tisll the I lilted Males the hitler pun ol
lieil nionlh llllpol liinl olifeieneen Ileal
ln on ihe eominercial telalion- of the
I lilted Stales iiud im,il w mke, plucc
during hit that,
j HAYWOOD KEEPS OUT
,Mi 11 ii it. Ti'cni nml 4it ii-
Inn (in to I'iiIoi'mhi
ma v ckt m! !mi,i.' Tn-n.vv
lliiil ruriiilic(l for ,Mis Flnu
mill Trcsci, lint (iiiiiliin
Stiii in .lull.
1 I'aii.Iisii.s, .1. April '.'rt William
! D. Hay wood, tin; I W W conmiarider-iii-iliii'f.
did not pul in mi iiipearaiico
in I'atersoti to-day, ami u bench warrant
for his in i est on an iiiiliciment for lli
('UliiK to riot was not served. Hay
i wood'f associates, Miss I'.llJilielll (iiirley
Il'lynn, l.'arlo Tresca and Patrick Qulnluti,
nsaitisl whom true bills were returned
; by the 1'ass.iio (Iratiil Jury yesterday,
i ratlin to town with the belief that they
I would Im arrested, nml wem not dis-
appointed. Miss Klynn iitul 'l't esen wert
leleasiil on hail, hill Qiiinliin had not
been iihln to secure a ST.hOO surety lit
u late hour to-tiicht anil was still n pris
oner in t ho county jail.
Miss Klynn lias her own opinion of the
f I rand Jury, which has caused more or
lesH emlmtrasstnent to the I W. W.
"A Rhiuco at the ianp." she s.iid this
nftertiooti. "will tell you why wo were
iuiiictexi. Them are eight liusincss men
on it, IndudiliK tlireo who are directly
contipctisi with tlie silk industry. ()n
is a silk dealer, another is a silk appraiser
anil the third is a silk manufacturer.
William M. Ilrork. the foreiain. is
superintendent of the Kdi-oit Klectric
Company, where Mr Haywood when
ho was llrst arrested in Patersott tritxl
to oruani?e a strike, hut failtl because
the American IVdoration of Iahor threw
him down. The charges against us are
without foundation, which will he proven
when wo are tried by a jury of our peers "
Tresca, the fiery Italian orator, waa
asked whu t he thought of the work of
tlie Grand Jury and lie replied;
"1 don't understand your laws, hut
I expert anything That Grand Jury
is a manufacturers' Grand Jury It
contains no workers "
MI-r Klynn, Trescu unci Qu.inl.in ar
rived in I'atersoti from Now York over
the I'.rie li.iilro.ui shottlv after 10 o'clock
this mornitiK A big crowd of strikers
was on iiami ut gre-i ineiii. .hiss i lynn
was arrested by Constables Tom Jowctt ,
and Dan Sherry as soon as she stepped i
off tho tram She was taken into the .
ImceaEo room to await the arrival of
tho auto patrol and was whizzed to the
Tresca managed to walk up Market
street as far as Washington street Is-foro
' tlie oflicers witli the U-ncli warrant asked
him to accompany them to police head-
quarters. Ho too had an auto van trip -
to the eotmtv jail, while crowds- on tho !
sidewalks iee'rod and cheered.
Quitilun slipped off tlie side of the
train opposite tho station and fooled
Sheriff KadcliuVs men for a short time.
He made his way to tho strikers' head-
iuurlen, at Helvetia Hall, lir "ay of
the side streeta and was about to make
a speech when ho wax arrested.
Miss Flymi was liberated in JO, mm hail
furnished by Henry Tries She is charged
witli inciting to not and unlawful as
semblage Tresca was released In a
bond of e.'.nnn given by Hoccode Oiacoma,
on two charges, of melting to not and ,
unlawful a.-semhlaee. There are three!
indictments for inciting to riot and on
for unlawful assemblage against Quinlnn
Hig Hill Haywo.,1 is charged with un-
I f..l .l.l...... Illj l.nll III I... n..l
lin,i,i it-eiiii'Kif;,- on ',, m , tlit',1
' Adolpll I,es4-ig. the 1
I who was arrested last
is out on I
In a speecli at the strikers' morning
meeting Hubert I'lunkett after telling
of the arrests of the I W. W. leaders
"Witli all their attempts to break the!
strike the authorities, are makini; them-
'.elves look like fools The (Jianil .lury.
the American rederalion of Ul.or or
!;V'r, i"P'A iXrS't,.
urn willing to go to iai for tlm caue
Then- was .r noticeable lac of ,,n -
Ihilslasm ni the meeting, and the crowd
was much smaller than Usual, due to
the event.- of the morning Munv ad-
lilitted lli.it it was haul to be nthli-iluhtU'
ill the absence of the strike leaders
Throughout l'.ltetson to-day a sense
of relief was expressed among business.
men lii many ipiarters over the action
of tin- Ciratul Jury in indicting Haywood
and ins iis-oet. ur- Althougii no null
; owner would liiscu-s tin. return of Ihe
i true bills it wa.s very apparent thai they
, are greatly pleased over the embarrass
, ineni of tlie iion-rt sideiit 1 W W leaders,
iwliom tliev blame for the proM ration of
tlm -ilk industry.
Tho Matiutuctiirers) Association had u
i iiieettng at its headiUarlers in Market
-ireet and the situaiuui was iliscuseed
Satniter McColloiu. the president, said
1 atterward that nothing lhat ttas done
i tvutild be made public
I several mill owners) nam Iliey believed
llh.it within another week lher xtoulil
i ii" a r oi i is uaviim iiniii sitiiiiuig
making i-oiiverts to its cause as against I
W W . but its otlicoie, say lhat thus i
I far mure
than I.'Jini sliil.ers have sigtusi
Silvrriliiill. the i-eventeeti.
vear-old strike leader, and tho forty-
I three men and boy pickets under lier
! enmiiiund. who wore arrested lor un-
lawful iiHsenililng" at Ihn Westerhoff
mill la-i evening, worn conimitled to
day to the county jail in default ol ym
bail ouch by Hecorder Carroll
'I lie strikers will hold their regular
Sunday utternoon open uir meeting at
H.ileilon tills afternoon, ami the nti
' uounceiiient was inadn that llig Hill
linywooil will surely be there I lift
constables say they'll "get him if he don't
Broadway & 49th St
CABARET Every Night
Ten Dainty, Clever Acts.
Remarkably Good Table d'Hote
From to U - . - - $1.26
la Carte at All Hours
Private Dining Rooms
' BORDEN HAS HIS
I'imtlitticil roiii riivir Vine
eluinlfeur s,nv three ttontrn come into
Huston, chanuo iiutomoblles and pass
out of the city, uiiIiik northward, They
j immediately slutted to run down the
, The steamship Catiople, which sailed
to-day. was wutehed; all the sleameis
I mm New York and (rains ut the North
, ami South Million were met and the
Plant l.lne steamer Halifax, which
l sailed for the provinces at 1 o'clock,
i was uiiitij oter thoroughly lffon- ahe
' left her dock. Detectives employed by
'Mr llordeti culled Purser Satulall on
, the telephone and the purser made n
scrutiny of each pusseiiKer who boarded
I the steamer before she left.
' While this hunt was colnc on other
! detectives wete elldeaVorlni; to Kef Into'
roiiiiiiutilcatliin with "Mls-i Peed" at
the eiidoliie, and that limy were soon
afterwurd successful Is evidenced by tint
fact that she was brought tn the
Toiiralne by one of their number.
WHY MRS. WHITE TOOK GIRL
snlil Mir Tank I'll;- nil Miss llortleli
When In Avtltiltl.
Attorney William 11. Kltisnn, fotnier
CoriMiratioti Counsel, of IKxi West Knd
avenue, and a personal friend of Mrs
Helen .Sheldon White, who figures In
file recent (lsapiearalici' of Hamoliu
llorilen, gave out a statement for Mrs
White last night
Mr Pllisuti s.iid he got a telephone
message from Mrs. White on Friday
from Hostoti Mrs. White said that Mis
Jlorden haif disappeared from her party
there after she read In a nowspajier that
her father Intended putting her In a
convent in Camilla Yesterday Mrs.
White called Mr. Kllison on the telephone,
and Mr. Kllison persuaded her to mike
a statement to him. Summarizing this
conversation Mr I'.tlison said:
"I have known Mr. White, the wife of
William I. White, for many years and 1
know her lo be a most estimable woiniin
She had no children of her own and urew
fond of Miss Haninlia Harden, with whom
she bus been Intimately iirqualntcd since
the Intter's early days. Her aflectlon is,
I believe, reciprocated
"The divorce between Mr. and Mrs.
Hordeu has left Ihe child much In the com
pany of Mrs. White in recetil years 'Ihe
fiimilies have been eoe friends for a long
while Mrs. White aid that In Jnniiury
hist, while she wus temporarily living In
llnston, where she has many friends, Mr
llordeti took his daughter tn llnston to
tlsit.Mrs White Later In tlm same month
Mrs, White ttetil In Washington nnd there
,,. ,r nnriin ,,,. i,i ,,.U.,,P
-,.,t(. in January the Hordens, I believe,
went to Ihe east coast of Florida while Mr
White unrt the others of her party went to
the west i oust tn the hitter part of Feb-
"r' A,r "orden sent his daughter to Mrs
White tor a tlit of about a month. After
ward they all went to Jacksonville. I la
-Ml., ttrtr,lt.n ...,,.. nnrft, Itl, l e-
tvt,i, -...,i. , ,.. i.,'....
i was taken with pneumonia and was III lor
lome week- In the Utter purt of .March
Ml - s llordeti returned to Horida and Mrs.
White heard nothing more of her until she
suddenly reappeared Ui Savannah 111 the
early part of April ulid said that she had tun
-Mr- U'l,,t .."m-.ll.l.l,. Al..A-nt.A.l n
Mr" nrde that hit daughter was'wlth her
nnd nskisl for ii,iriiction, sbortu- ,.ti.r-
ward Mrs While came on lo Washington,
bringing Miss llordeti with the parly They
remained in Wnhington until about April
is, when a repreeentnti e of Mr. Hordeu
came for his daughter
"the g.tl was unwilling to co, but Mrs
White advised her to do sit, and she ttas
finally foried lo leave. I believe an un
pleasant scene occurred in whli h Miss Itor-
il-n eipres-ed her desire to
I The ue.it day Mrs. hie c.mie on to M
I Un,,l l"; "ml l,",r" r-''-''"! ' l'-
, l".",1".1" ll?r'1"" '''ing her n. come
"' "rl '"e iisn. MIIU'III Itl
I'oiupton l.nke. .1 . where Miss Hordeu
had been pi iced Mrs While did mi
"Mrs. White says thai the girl begged and
Pleaded with her to be allowed In go home
with her and Mrs White had not Ihe heart
'to refuse she further -ays theilnld
I grasped the automobile and lould noi be
I forced to let xo, all the while protesting
j against her treatment at I'ompton Lake
ii, I ere. e. 1 1 I,., t ,, 1 an ,..,,.
tr uhn. , n,,.'i .ri ,.,
jri'lMlllinni' llt.r fit Itiwtnn Itntitmlulnli- I
howeter. telegraphing the 'mother, on the .
,.,.,,. ,., , ,.. , )nip , ,,,,,
''."Krr' hr:: Tur . I
. ". .. " . .. . """"" "' , i
I nh"r ,h"y '" """"",hv' r'"' I
! newspapers the report of Mr Horden s
'hreat lo pin, e hi-duiuhtcr in some i on i
Vl''" ' aiiad.i. whereupon the girl became
tetriflisl and shortly afterward disappeared
j Since then Mrs White has not seen or
, heard of Miss Harden According to Mrs
, w lute all that she has done had been purely
out of aflectlon for Miss Horden and with
the emit h tnui thai ihe hitler was being
crilell) Healed She bus ai led solely out
'of svinpiiihy lor ihe child and bin hum- ihe
I latter hedged and implored lo he permuted
I lo I email! with her
Mis White i of uood and charitable
jeliariiitei She is devoutly religious All
Ihe facts which she has -luted regarding
1 Mi-s Hoiden limy be submitted to Mr
1 Hoiden and I do not believe that he can
lefuie a slnifle detail In Mrs. While's story.
lie has talked of irlminiil proceedings, but
i .Mr- White has done nothing liable. Ilttdl
undoubtedly surprise Mi burden to learn
, Hmt immediately on the lelease of his
i ihiughler Irom the sanitarium Mrs White
i,.i.,r, xtr li,,,.l
tSranvllle Clark of the law llrm of
i Hoot, Clark & Hint of HI Nassau street
,.M,I .'.ti,t,u..l r.,e r.,il w...-a.,n . !...
.. .. .... V. ' 1
,l'.""",a '""". ttuo tveui io llnston
w" Horden In their search for the
j missing girl, came back (o New Vork
' last night at 10: 15 o'clock.
He said that he left Mr. Horden with
Ills daughter In Hoston. Mr. Horden
and the girl had gone from tho Kssex
lintel and were visiting friends of the
family In the siihurbs, Mr. Clark would
not my whne, and would stay In Hus
ton for some time.
Mis, Helen .Sheldon White and her
PHONK 6176 nil V A N'T,
In Dry Cold flir Uaulis
on toe Premises
Rates the lowest consistent
with proper care.
Remodeling and Repairing
at a substantial saving
during the Summer.
Between 35th and 36th Sts. Tel. 2044 Greeley.
BALTIMORE and OHIO
through trains orve resumed their regular
schedules to and from
The entire Baltimore and Ohio system
including the Baltimore and Ohio Rail
road, Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern
Railroad, Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Railway, open for traffic, and passenger
trains have resumed their regular
..I ,... I ., 1t,. 1
llieei'.-, V.tlUU .11111 1 lOICl fsoeiuoitr wvit i
I with .Miss Hordeu In a Hack Hay board
' lug house when Mr. Hordeu found his
daughter, Mr. Clark said. Mrs, Marian
A. Hacke of C77 St. Mark's avenue,
Ilrooklyn, who was reported to hate
I been with the girl In New llateii, ttas
I not with her in Hoston when Ml.-s Uor
Iden was found, Mr. Clark explained.
Mr. Clark did not know where Mrs.'
I Hacke was and could not say where
Mrs. White and her two nieces were. . i
i Mist. Itorden. Mr. Clark went on. was I
iln excellent health. He denied reports'
that the girl was in a state of nervous
collapse when she was found. She was
glad to see her futher, and Mr. Horden '
had decided lint In send her to a con- i
tent in Canada, as he had threatened'
to. Mr. Hordeu would remain in Hus
ton with his daughter, Mr Clark con
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MR. HARMON BACK FROM NILE
ni.lJinrriiiir 'nt Minrt Trip lit Help
Hx-Uovrmor Judsou Harmon t
was a passenger on the Katscrin Auguste
Victoria which airlvetl hire t.t e .
I lov. Harmon said that he had spe
part of his time abroad in Hg)pt a i
that he was far up the Nile when I'm
dent Wilson announced Ins Pabinc! a,
pointmeuts and didn't get the news u
two weeks later He said that Wie
he heard of the floods In (lido he "u '
trip short and hurried back, hoping to
111 time to help
Other passengers on the Kaiserm
custe Victoria were Alexander Lyssahoit
sky. first secretary of th Itus.sian Lee.,.
Hon 1'iof I-'reeman M Jos-cltn of
Iln, Sir Lormer Coiilii oi ii'iob. ,, ii
Or Alexander Slessweln, a membe s
he Austrinn Parliament, who is here -
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