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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGU
FIFTY-SIXTH YE Alt. NO. 200.
THE ARGUS, Fill DAY, SEPTEMBER 20. 1907.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
YOUNGER ELEMENT WILL
DIRECT THE STANDARD
1$ Opinion of Wall Street
Regarding Oil Trust
MOUNTAIN OF EVIDENCE
Piled Up in the New York In
quisition for the Government.
New York. Sept. 20. John D. Rwke
feller now owns 247.61)2 of the 972.500
shares of the Standard Oil company of
New Jersey, according to the testimony
wblch Tilford, treasurer of that com
pany, has given In the federal action at
the hearing in this city today. As the
Standard Oil stock was last quoted at
$440 a share, Rockefeller's holdings are
worth nearly $10.i,immi,oou. The hold
ings of William Rockefeller were stated
by Tilford to bo li,7oo shares, and
those of 11. 11. Rogers 1(1,020 shares.
New York, Sept. 20. Wall street
generally believes that a new era i i
the personnel of the Standard Oil com
pany's leaders is beginning. It is
thought that the younger element in
the great corporation is coming to the
front and that the older ekment is re
linquishing its active hold upon the
affairs of the company and those jf
the vast interest which have bee-i
affiliated with it. John I). Rockefelle
Jr., William G. Rockefeller, I'rban H
Broughton, a son-in-law of II. II.
Rogers, and H. If. Rogers, Jr., are
among the' younger nwn who aro
looked upon by the street as now
William Rockefeller is regarded as
likely to take a principal part still in
the company's councils, but most of
the other men who have been callel
the makers of the Standard Oil com
pany, including Johu. lj l.Itjckr.feUt r.
Sr.. John D. Archbold and II. 11.
Rogers, are expected hereafter tJ
FOR A GAMP REST
President to Spend Seventeen
Days Under Canvass in
leave to their juniors the task of hanl
ling the giant business which they
founded. What leads the street to
hold these views is the recent decision
of the directorate of the Amalgamate.!
Copper company to cut down the out
put of the niiues to one half the nor
mal. It is held that this is a depart
ure from the policy which was pur
sued several years ago when the coo
per market was declining and that it
signifies that the younger element is
Urban II. Broughton is deemed a
particularly interesting figure in the
new order of things. Mr. Broughto )
is an Englishman who came to thi?
country as a mining engineer. II 3
married the daughter of II. II. Roger.-,
and was placed In charge of tho
United Metals Selling company,
through which the Amalgamated an 1
a number of other large copper pro
ducers sell all their metal.
I'lle I'p More Kviilrnre.
New York, Sept. 20. Special Prose
cutor Frank B. Kellogg piled up more
powerful - ammunition yesterday to:
the use of the government when it be
gins suit in St. Louis for the dissolu
tion of the Standard Oil trust. Some
of the things Mr. Kellogg learned "i
the information hunt now in progress
The Standard Oil company of Ohio,
which was dissolved in 1SU2, reorgan
ized in 1S09, in defiance of the law,
upder the title of the Standard Oil
company of New Jersey.
The trust is operating in Texas un
der, the name of the Corsicana Oil
comiwny, although by the law of tluit
state no Standard Oil company is per
mitted to do business within its boun
daries. Of 972,500 shares of trust certi.i
eates in the Standard Oil company
trust John D. Rockefeller owns on'.-
right 250,854 shares, more than a one
fourth interest, and that in the last
eight years his personal proiits have
aggregated $125,000, or more than $15,-
000,000 a year.
Victory for tlir Jvernmrnt.
It was from Wesley II. Tilford
treasurer of the Standard Oil com
pany, that the reorganization of th
trust in 1899, immediately after its en
forced dissolution Special Prosecutor
Kellogg expressed the opinion tint
Mr. Tilford's testimony proved for th
first time what the government ia
previous cases has failed to bring ou:
that in contempt of the dissolution
judgment passed by the Ohio courts
the oil trust maintained itself without
change and without losing its identity
This Mr. Kellogg sidd was one of tht
most imnortant pieces of evidence
that the government could obtain oi
the prosecution of its dissolution suit.
Mr. Tilford spent a busy day ob
taining from Mr. Tilford the various
ception in 1SS2, when the trust agree
ment was signed, until the trust wis
dissolved in 1S99 and the Standard
Oil company of New Jersey was form
ed, lie based many of his questions
from the trust agreement of 1S82,
which was contained in the bill jf
complaint tiled in St. Louis last Do
cember, when the present action was
Original Trust .Krrriiu-ut.
This trust agreement, which was en
tered into by John D. Rockefeller an 1
45 other oil interests, provided th.-t
Standard Oil companies should be
formed in Ohio, New York, Pennsyl
vania and New Jersey and in other
states whenever the trustees deeuie 1
advisable. All the properties and as
sets of the embraced corporations and
companies were to be turned over t
the several Standard Oil companies,
which, in turn, issued their own stock
in exchange. '
Under the terms of this trust agree
ment all stock was to be delivered l.
nine trustees, who issued to the do
positing stockholders trust certificated
equal at par value to the par value of
the several Standard Oil companies.
The nine trustees under the original
agreement were John D. Rockefeller.
O. H. Payne, William Rockefeller, .1.
A. Bostwick. H. M. Flagler, W. .1.
Warden, Charles Pratt, Benjamin
Brewster and John Archbold.
I.nw llt-tlol by l!('Orciiiii.:itloi:.
Mr. Tilford was questioned at Icng'.U
on the trust period between 1S2 and
1S1I2 and the period of trust liquida-
tion from 1S92 to 1S!!. Mr. Tiltoni
as secretary of the company, could
give the government's counsel iiu'e
information during these periods of the
Standard Oil trust, though he was
Mr. Kellogg finally asked Mr. Til
ford if during the period of liquida
tion there had been any real changj
in the management of the company,
and the witness replied there was not.
The trustees in liquidation continued
the same organization under the same
officerships that .the trustees under tho
trust agreement had had.
When the prosecutor asked if the
trustees continued to hold stocks ani
to exercise the same controlling kiter
csithe. witnes aid that-the liquidat
ing trustees had continued to vote the
stocks in the companies they con
trolled on the basis of their personal
holdings in these companies.
'IVsun Oii.Ht Imiorctl.
That the Standard Oil company is
operated under the name of tho Cor
sicana Refining company in the state
of Texas, which has forbidden the oil
combine to operate within the state,
was brought out when Mr. Tilford
testified that H. C. Folger and C. M.
Payne, whom Prosecutor Kellogg
states control the Corsicana company.
are prominent in the conduct of af
fairs of the Standard Oil company.
Mr. Kellogg sought to draw from
the witness the information that the
Corsicana company was really a Stand
ard Oil company and was operating
in Texas because the anti-trust laws
of that state would not permit th3
combine to operate it. Mi. Tilford re
plied that as far as he knew the Stand
ard Oil company had no interests in
Texas. He said that Mr. Folger an
Mr. Payne were both officers of the
Standard OH company, but he was not
aware that they owned the Corsicana
"As a matter of fact," said Mr. Kei-
PLANS AN IDEAL OUTING
The Start for the Western and South
ern Trip to Be Made
Oyster Bay., N. Y., Sept. 20. Seen:
tary Loeb announced last night th:U
President Roosevelt is planning to eu
joy 17 days in camp, the nearest ap
proach to a real vacation that tho
piesident has allowed himself this
year. Though nomiually on his vaca
tion at Oyster Bay this summer, there
have been but few hours in whic'i
official business has not intruded. Tho
president will pitch his camp in tho
northeastern coiner of Louisiana on
or about Oct. 5. The exact spot is
yet to be determined.
The plans provide for a "camping
trip," but it is certain that the mo
notony of camp life occasionally will
be broken by a hunt in the cam;
The , Western Trip.
The president will leave Oyster Bay
for Washington next Wednesday an 1
on the following Sunday will start on
his western and southern speechmak
ing tour. At Memphis, Tenn., Oct. J
the trip will be interrupted and the
piesident will start for the camping
grounds, lie will break camp Oct. 21,
going directly to Vicksburg, Miss., 'o
make his promised speech there.
Mrs. Margaret Carter, of
New York Destroys
PLEADS ALL NIGHT
To See John J.White, a Wealthy
Married Man Who Ig
New York, Sept. 20. After pleading
in vain throughout all last night to "be
permitted to see John J. White, n
wealthy man at whose house' she call
ed, Mrs. Margaret Carter shot and kill-
OXEN IN GOTHAM
'Prairie Schooner" Creates a
Sensation in Crowded
HOLDING SICKNESS A SIN;
TORTURE MOTHER TO DEATH
OREGON PIONEER'S FEAT
Drives Across Continent, with Object in
View, Though It Takes Him
Duke Frederich of Baden is suffering
from inflammation of the abdomen.
Much anxiety is felt owing to the age
of the duke, who recently celebrated his
SOth birthday anniversary.
THE WIRE STRIKE
Diabolical Cruelty by Re
ligious Sect of Af
President Roosevelt Said to be
Involved in Settlement of
New York, Sept. 20. A team of oxen
drawing a "prairie schooner." the
driver of which was a rugged looking
old man who wore typical western garb,
including a sonibrora, attracted great
crowds on Broadway. The vehicle and
the driver were not only in striking EXPECTED AT EARLY DATE
tunuiiai mm i nt; jit ill oi auiuinuuiics
and carriages on the "Great White
Way," but they were a decided novelty
in New York.
Am Oregon I'Iou-t.
The driver was Ezra Meeker, a pio
neer of the Oregon trail who had re
turned over the trail he followed to the
west half a century ago. All along
Direct Negotiations Alleged to Be On
with the Union
New York, Sept. 20. Conflicting re-
Riverside from Grant's tomb to Seven- ports regarding the possibility of early
MAY GO ON STRIKE
Five Hundred Men Employed by
Seven Lines Entering Toledo to
Quit Work Saturday.
Toledo, Ohio, Sept. 20. All indica
tions are that io railway clerks em
ployed on seven railroads entering this
city will strike Saturday morning. A
committee of the union yesterday sent
an ultimatum to the railways demand
ing an increase in wages ranging from
10 to 20 per cent, an eight hour day
and extra pay for overtime by Satui
day morning at. 9 o'clock. The com
panies refuse to recognize the union
This is said to be the first move on
the part of railroad clerks throughou;
the country for an increase in wages.
and that clerks in all other largo
cities will enforce similar demands or
strike during the coining'-weck.
:;,V",- "MJf",tv-s0Coml street Meeker was followed settlement of the telegraphers' strike
0"J,"ulua uuu i,imi: m i )y an interested and curious throng, are current.
cwv . ..... wncii Broadway was reached the crowd From cue official source it wns rrivni
Mrs. Carter was about 4:j;Wno i.nc. tin iiir. nvnn ,.-hi,.h thu ..... .i.... u . , ... ..
. - ... ......... ...v uul Liiai ii 1 1 ci. i ijt-iiuiu! iwns iiiiu i7"tru
hale old man afterwards desciibed as opened with President Roosevelt, seek-
Dave and Handy, had a hard time to n,g his aid to bring about arbitration
make any headway. Meekers trip end- f,-rrc,i u, Pr,.-i.!.-..t
m,t ...m.-.i. According to this authority, Percy
Obj.n f i.obR .lourcry. Thomas, deputy vice piesident of the
Me had come all the way from Puy- national union, and Daniel L. Russell,
miup, wasn., to .New ioik in u-tj days, former president of the New York Io
-vieeiiers onject in making his unique cal, had a two hours' talk with the
journey is to persuaue me government president at the latters house in Oys-
to build a national highway from east Iter Bay Wednesday
to , west,
years old. '
Ilual ;ol Sorlnl SfuiHliiiu.
She is said to have had a good social
standing and was a member f sev
eral charitable associations. White is
a son of John J. White, who died about
four years ago, leaving a larve fortune
to his five children. Whin's family
is now at Bar Harbor.
Awful Disaster Reported
on Mexican Cen
TRAIN ORDERS CAUSE
Extends Injunction Restraining North
Carolina From Prosecuting Penn
THE WOMAN DID IT
Plea of Frank Constantine
Charged with Mrs. Gentry's
Murder at Chicago.
VATICAN AT ROME
In Order to Prevent Outrages on Anni
versary of the Fall of the Pa
pacy's Temporal Power.
Rome, Sept. 20. This being the
:17th anniversary of the occupation of
Rome by Italian troops and the fall of
the temporal power of the papacy, the
government has caused the Vatican to
l)e surrounded with troops to prevent
any outrages in view of the recent dis
plays of anti-Catholic feeling.
List of Injured Includes 33 So
Far Engines and Coaches
Raleigh, S. C, Sept. 20 Judge Pet?r
C. Pritchard, in the United States cir
cuit court in the suit of the Southern
railway against the state, continued
the injunction, restraining the officials
from prosecuting their JJViliyuis
in the state superior courts against
the Southern and North Carolina Rail
way company. The North Carolina
lailroad is 'iW miles in length and is
owned bv the state. The road is un
der lease to the Southern, under a !9
j ear contract.
Harrisburg, Pa., Sept. 20. The 2-
cr-nt fare law enacted at the recent
ession of the Pennsylvania legislature
as adjudged invalid, unconstitutioni.l
nd void in its application to the Sus-
uehanna River and Western Railway
DECLARES IT WAS SUICIDE
Declined to Take Her With Him When
Result That She Cut Her
. .. Throat.
Parhamites Give an Awful Ex
hibition of the Faith That
Is in Them.
Iogg, "doesn't the Standard hold stock
u the Corsicana under the names of
two of its officers to avoid prosecution
n the state of Texas?"
Mr. Tilford couldn't answer th.it
The University of Chicago owns .".-
000 shares of the Standard Oil com
Parliament in China?
Pekin, Sept. 20. An imperial edict
was issued today to the grand council
to frame regulations for the establish
ment of a council of deliberation, to
aid the government "so that the foun
dation may be laid for parliament.'
Negro Runs Amuck: Killed.
Collinsville, 111., Sept. 20. After run
ning rampant through the streets
Wednesday night, George White, a
negro, was shot and killed by Deputy
Sheriff Will Wake.
CRANK GETS ROOSEVELT ORDER
ON ROCKEFELLER FOR BIG DEBT
Mexico City, Mexico, Sept. 20. In
a disastrous wreck on tho Mexican
Central railroad yesterday :12 persons
were killed and XI injured. The catai
trophe occurred at En Carnaceon.
A passenger train and a freight
train collided, resulting in terrible de
struction of property and life.
Roth engines and several coaches 'd
the passenger train were completed
AViim ll KxpreNN.
The passenger train was the regu
r 121 I'aso Express which left that
city Tuesday. No train from the
nited States has come in since over
the Central, but one is expected to
night. The railroad officials here ad
mit that the wreck occurred but re
fuse to talk of the matter.
There are no prominent persons
among the killed or wounded. Thi
Pullman cars were not badly damaged
but the two engines and several lirst
and second class coaches of the pas
senger train were demolished. Relief
and wreckers are now at the wreck.
The injured are being taken to the
hospital at Aguas Calientes.
The disaster is said to have beci
due to a disregarding of train order
Chicago, Sept. 20. Frank Constat'.
tine, on trial for the murder of Mrs
Louise Gentry took the stand in his
own defense today. He showed abso
lute composure while ou the stand
and gave his testimony clearly and
without hesitation. He declared h
was descendant from Italian royalty
Nhjm Wuuiuu Sulclilcil.
t : 1 l. . i i i. i . l . . . .
company, which connects Duncannon I " ' l"v
and Bloomfield. in an opinion delivered I (,."ai rel,,i.s mai,y t,n,es and ,hat the'
estcrday at RIoomfield by Judge Shull
of the Perry county court. The law.
ho dorlnrerl in iloproo is si mnrW-n
f a legislature, "many" of whose 11 aKin u? ueu a,m toia ,u;r ne wa1
New York, Sept. 20. Asserting that
John D. Rockefeller owed him 10,000,-
000, Orlando Toland of Oxford, Ala .
called at the president's home at Oy s
ter Bay to get aid to collect his bill.
He got a letter and is now on his way
to the Rockefeller home with "Theo
dore Roosevelt" at the bottom of a
missive that ought to make the oil
According to Mr. Toland (known in
Oxford, Ala., as the "Bug.") he re
ceived a contract from Mr. Rockefel
ler some 20 years ago whereby he w3
to be paid $10,000,000 for solving a
murder mystery in St. Paul. He says
he kept his end of the contract so well
that a woman was convicted of the
Then he wrote to Rockefeller for tho
$10,000,000, but didn't get any answe
Neither has he received an answer to
!any of the 500 other duns that he has
sent the magnate.
I'reMiilrnt the Man.
way he took a freight car out of Ox
ford and yesterday climbed from un
der a bumper at the Oyster Buy
freight yards. He walked the back
road to the president's mansion. He
told his trifling errand to. Detective
wan a minute, and HI get the
president to write you a letter o
Rockefeller that will bring hba
straight to terms," said Adams, and
went inside and scribbled a decov
note himself. "And if that don't get
the money," adued Adams, "com.
back and we'll get Mr. Cortelyou to
write you one. Htrs evensbetter at
making the trust men put up."
In Profoundly Grateful.
Toland was profoundly grateful. The
detective led him willingly down to
the depot, put him aboard a train fo
New York and then burned up th
telegraph wires notifying the New
York police to catch him at the sta
tion and to put an extra guard aroun-
the Rockefeller house on Thirty-fourt
members, without rhyme or reason,
cts or figures, information or reput i-
lon, pledged to perlorm the act :n
he name of "reform," and that "we
might say of reform as was said by
Mine. Loland of Liberty in the davs
of fhe French revolution: 'Oh, Liber-
y. Uberty, how many crimes are com
mitted in thy name.' "
TWO ARMY CAPTAINS
ARE UNDER ARREST
JUDGE K. ftl. LAND1S
Chicago Judge Tells Ohioans That it is
Easy to do the Right Gets
Hamilton, Ohio, Sept. 20. Judge Ken
esaw M. Land is of Chicago, who was
born here, spoke at the annual reunion
of the C5th Ohi'o regiment, of which his
father. Dr. Abrain Landis, was surgeon
His brothers. Congressman Charles B
Landis of Indiana and Dr. John Landis
of Cincinnati were present. Judge Lan
dis was given an ovation and promised
to attend every year hereafter.
In his speech Judge Landis said: "It
is easy for a man to be a good civil of
fleer today. This talk about the cour
age required is what Sherman called
'liopycock.' All a man has to do is to
find out what is right and then do it
If every man in office would give 10 per
cent of the loyalty he has to finding
out what is right and the rest to sim
Two weeks ago it occurred to To-
changes in development of the Stand- land that the president was the maa J street in case the creditor should get
arxl Oil trust from the time of Its iw to make Rockefeller pay up. btraigat- Dy tne ponce,
lived unhappily. On the day of the
tragedy he said he weut into his room
to shave and found Mrs. Gentry the e
about to leave the city. She asked
him to tako her with him. lie posi
tively refused. She then, according t.j
his story, picked up the razor, and cul
her throat. He declared he carried
her lown to the door of Dr. Oritz's
office and pounded on the door an 1
then left her standing there while he
ran for another doctor. He said h-J
noticed while hunting for a second
doctor that there was blood on his
Klt-1 from rhiPMKO.
He then fled from Chicago. Con-
stautiiie declared he had always wisn
ed to give himself up but had been
Detained at Manila for Engaging in Fist I prevented from doing so by members
Fighting on the Transport
of his family.
Manila, Sept. 20. Captain Hames, R.
.indsay and Captain Henry S. Wygant
of the 13th infantry have been arresed
by Colonel Loughborough, their com
manding officer, on the charge of en
gaging in a fist fight on board the trans-
JOKE HIT PARSON,
NOT BRIDAL PAIR
Chicago. Sept. 20. Harold Mitchell,
Mrs. Smith, Walter and Jennie Green-
baugh, members of the religious sect
of Parhamites, are under arrest in
Zion City accused of torturing to death
Mrs. Letitia Greenbaugh, aged 61, a.
cripple from rheumatism for 20 years.
to show their belief in the religion
they profess. Walter and Jennie Green
baugh are children of the victim.
The Parhamites was founded about
a year ago by Charles F. Parhaiu, and
numbers about 20d persons. The mem
bers of the sect originally belonged to
Dowie's church. It is their theory that
sickness is an evidence of the posses
sion of the body by evil spirits.
The condition of Mrs. Greenbaugh
convinced the persons arrested that sr-s
must be in possession of the devil, and
they determined to exorcise the evil
spirit. Five knelt by the ledside, and
after prayer, commenced their work.
The arms of Mrs. Greenbaugh, stiffened
by rheumatism, were jerked and twist
ed about in order that the devil might
be driven out. The cries of the aged
woman, considered to be those of the
evil spirit, were greeted with triumpa
ant slionts. After a course of this vio
lent treatment, Mrs. Greenbaugh be
came so weak she-was incapable of
making any motions. Then her neck
was twisted and the treament was kept
up until the woman finally died.
. ii n ii inHry'iuion."1-
Walter Greenbaugh testified at the
coroner's inquest that Mitchell and his
wife recently had a "vision," in which
Mitchell was ordered to quit work and
devote his time to casting out demons
from the sick. Young Greenbaugh de
clared his mother's consent was obtain
ed before the treatment was commenc
ed. He declared hypnotic passes were
made before ills mother's face, and then
followed the muscular force which he
said was strongly resisted by "demons."
Mrs. Smith's part in the treatment, ac
cording to the testimony, consisted in
lising Mrs. Greenbaugb's head aud
olding her while Mitchell and his
ife attempted to straighten the w -
man s limus which had been twisted
years of rheumatism.
I rit-d -Oh. l,orl. Help Mr."
Greenbaugh broke down and cried as
he told his story, and declared that
for some time his mother bore the treat-
mint bravely, but at last the agony bo
came so great she eon bid not restrain
erself, and shrieked, "Oh, Lord, help
me, a number of times. According to
Greenbaugh, Mitchell declared the cries
must not be heard by outsiders, and
e put his hand across the woman's
mouth to smother them. The five work.-
d over the woman until she died short
ly before noon. After this, according to
Jreenbaugh, Mrs. Smith became a lead-
r in the "resurrection scene." Ia thi
attempts were made to restore the dead
woman to life. When these had failed,
the announcement of her death was
made. The case will he further investi
gated today by the authorities of Lake
county in which Zion City is situated.
Weddings Guests Get Gay as Usual
and Attempt Heathenish
Chicago, Sept. 20. Miss Lillian,
Grant, a kindergarten teacher, was
found dead in bed in her home. Indi
cations are that she was murderci.
The police are looking for a colore 1
man who did chores around the neigh
borhood on the theory that he Is the
Reading. Pa.. Sept. 20. Rev. aud
Mrs. L. II. Rhoads of Philadelphia
were the victims of a joke intended
for a newly married couple. Mr.
Rhoads, who is a Methodist clergyman
came here to officiate at the wedding
of Kdward R. Dickinson and Miss He
tha Baird Kepner. Many friends of
the pair gathered at the reception, in
the evening they planned a coup d etat
at the new benedict's room. Think
ing that the newly-weds should occupy
the best room in the hduse, they went
there and found two suit cases, which
were opened. Obtaiutng the clothing
they proceeded to tie the garments
into many knots. Tacks, were placed
in the bed aud the room was decor
ated, aud other pranks were playeu
When the jokers opened the secon
suit case they found it contained
Washington, Sept 20. Secretary
If tnrlav awarded a contract fori
the construction of five torpedo boat, marriage certificate, bible and other
destrovers, as follows: William Cramp articles usually carried by a clerg,--&
Sons, two ships, at $585,000 each; man. Then .they realized their m.
nth iron works, two shiDs. at $624,000, take. They found they were in the
each; New York Shipbuilding com
pany, one ship, at $645,000.
ply doing it, we snouiu realize uncoin s i
ideal of a government of the people.! Grand Duke Very III.
for the people and by the people." I Karlsruhe, Germany, Sept. 20. Grand ' good naturadly.
room of the -minister and his wife.
But it was too late to right matters
and things were., permitted to rernai
as they wre. Pastor and wife took H
MAHOOL IS HEAD
OF CITY LEAGUE
Norfolk. Va., Sept. 20. Mayor Ma-
hool of Baltimore was today unani
mously elected president of the League
of American Municipalities. Former
President Dunne of Chicago was pr-i-sented
with a handsome cup by th.
national convention. MunicipaLowuer
ship constituted the principal subject
of discussion today. A paper by H. J,
Condon of Chicago in opposition to
municipal ownership was read.
MINE CAGE FALLS;
Marquette. Mich. Sept. 20. A cage
filled with men being lowered into tie.
Negatinee mine fell to the bottom of
the shaft. Fourteen men were killed
and a number injured.
Workmen, in Custody.
Lodz, Sept. 20. Troops and police,
today raided the cotton mills owned by
Marcus Silberstein, who was murdered,
by employes during the strike, aud tools
.800 workmen, into custody.