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POLICE ROUTED IN WHITE WINGS RIOTS
WHEN STRIKERS 4TTACK NEW DRIVERS
WRATH KR Its
riNAi.
EDITION. .
PRICE ONE CENT.
BOSS RULE BY MUM
IN CITY AND STATE MUST
END, DEMOCRATS CRY
Nine Years of Him as Tam-!
many Head Enough, Party
Men Declare.
HE FACES REAL FIGHT.
Will Make Battle, Too, for He
Wants to Name Democratic
Presidential Candidate.
Charles F. Murphy has been boss o
Tammany Hall tor nine years. Tam
many Hall Is tile nominal Democratic
organization of New Vork County and
In the Judgment of Democrats who are
not bound to Tammany by tie of otUca
holding or financial profit, a nine-year
term of Murphy rule Is plenty.
TIM movement ftarted Immediately
after the result of the election became
known and It haa spread In forty-atght
hours throughout the city and the Stat,
for Murphy, not content with controlling
the local machine m all boroughs, haa
made himself state boa. For the first
time since Richard Croker handed him
the leadership at. J with reluctance
'!iarle F. Murphy Is up against a real,
sure enough fight.
A fof Murphy, he will fight back.
Kntr-nchcd In Manhattan by the noTrlWi,s , ,. ,mt m ,(
of patrunage and holding
similar
lever uji-State because of th
be has exercised over the
control
depart
ments with the larfte.it appropriation
anu toe uiggeMi Mmi. ii.-.-., ri' i. in
shape to put up strong resistance.
Murphy" loves power, and It La his
ambition to control the New York del
egation to the next National Demo
cratic Convention and to have his say
In the nomination of the candidate for
the Presidency.
Murphy Is more or less an sccldent
aa leader of Tammany Hall, l or many ,
un me i
.,- i
) rui n a t www - WW
east hide and leader of In I l.tghteent.i
Assembly District. During the term or
Mayor Van YVyck from lS'JS to 1901. '
Inclusive he was Dock Commissioner
Hlchard Crokcr was then the, undls
puted boss of Tammany, but he ha.i
made no effort to spread his control
over the oorough of Urooklyn. which
had been turned over to the political
leadership of Senator McCarren by
Hugh McLaughlin.
C'roker engaged In looking out for his
own pocket all the lime to such good
effect that his wealth and arroganco
Inspired antagonism in his own organi
sation. Public condemnation was ptlln
up around him. He d'screetly resigned
his leadership and noed the onnnlii
Hon over to John C. Sheehan.
As a leader Mr. Sheen.in was a monu
ments! fa lure. Mr CroUer came hack
from Kurope, took up the reins of lead
ership again, looked over the situation
and thM passed them Into th hand
of the triumvirate. Charles F Murphy,
Douls V llaffen and Ua-le' M Mahnn
Beth Iw was Mayor and the city
was In the hands of the Republicans.
Tammany Hall, without sustenance
from the Public Treasury, was seething
with discontent. About this time
William 8. Devery broke Into print
(Continued on Fourth Page )
MRS. CRUG RIODLE SMOKES
WHILE A CROWD LOOKS ON.
Philadelphia Society Woman Cre
ates Sensation by Piifiing Cigar
ette at Hotel Window.
ISesrUl ta Tin- Hurling World. I
PHII.AIirci.I'HIA. Pa.. Nov. !.-Mrs
inig ni.ldle, one of Philadelphia'
leading society women, who Is well
known In New York. Newport and Ho;
spring". v., as well as other retort! of
fashion ible ti .th.-irni.-s, both hi this
country an. I abroad, L'ltaled a sensation
this gfternoon by smoking a cigarette
it the Hellcvue-Hlratford Motel In full
sight of hundreds of pedestrians along
Itroad street
Mrs. Middle a 'co iipanlcd by her hus
band and another man and woman ar
rived at the hotel and went to the res
taurant where Mrs. Middle took a neat
at a window near the door on the Mroart
street side of the hostelry. Mrs. Middle
lighted a cigarette and began putting
smoke In a careless and enjoyable
manner. -For a time she escape ! oiner
vatlnn, but n ten piss rs by noticed that
a woman held the cigarette a crowd ol
curous sun OOngrogated, .Mrs. Middle
was amused at the attention directed at
her. -
At the Uellvue-Sliatford it was slid
that women f reiiuetitly smoked In the
Palm room, hut that this was the tlrst
rhne a teoman was known to have
smoked ln the restaurant,
rlliT.
D I7C III CUfDDV'C
uu " ' -"
EMPTIES 5TH AVE.
Diners at Restaurant and at
Delmonico's Flee as Dense
Smoke Fills Rooms.
'WHITE WAY' IS SCARED.
Murky Pall Over Whole Ten
derloin Makes Folk Think
Town's Afire.
If the axiom, ' Where there Is much
smoke there must be soma fire" had
held gond this afternoon, there must
havo been a big Are In Sherry's
restaurant and hotel, Korlj'-fourt.i
f-cft and Fifth menu. ft....
was ,.ut of all proportion to the care
ana carried lu it, thick, widespread
course the sem hiunce ,.f ., wr.,.. ,,.
migration
Oreute In a range In the kitchen.
Which is on the ground floor of the
ten-story building, caught fire. The
flames spread Into a big chimney, which
was coated Inside with greasy toot that
had been accumulating for years.
Soon the chimney was belching clouds
of black, heavy smuke. A brisk wind
fruTll the nilPl'iaq.l ........I I . l. . ...
.,,...,, " ,. ,
" .--...I. luani Dnua.
. h ...... i i ,
W.1V
swrawrivin i.rsir. t trie ilcy
Was oodt i with the muru. 'fna tmolci
wi fo heavy and hung go o lie io t
ground that all who saw It Imagined toe
Hie must be near. Traffic polloemen
from us lar ilown as Thirty-fourth street
ran dp Uroadwoy to Forty-second
street, looking tor the blase. Queetl ol
the big hotels In the Longacre district
kept tne telepnone girls -tusy asking
about the tire. -Nobody In that section
knew where It was.
GUESTS AND DINERS RUSH
FROM HOTELS.
Not only did till smoko spread all
over outside Sherry's but It penetrated
to every nook and coiner Inside the
building. The guests In the hotel has
tened to the street. So did the patrons
of the restaurant, leaving their food on
l ne tables. 1 c I in mil co's, opposite, was
emptied of guests, and the mllllnci;,
slops along Fifth avenue from Forty
second to Forty-tlftli street fairly dis
gorged girls.
va.pt. O'Connor Ol the Wast Flfty-llrst
street station happened to be near when
the first smoke olOUJ uurst from the
chimney, He ran to mine House No.
K, In Kort -third Itreeti and turned In
a still alarm, after whlcu he telegraphed
1 to his station for the reserves.
A police officer then turned In in
I alarm from a box and the vicinity of
Sherry's was soon alive with fire appu
' rat us.
The Job of extinguishing the blaze was
simple. A few llremen went to the
roof and attended to that. Hut the Job
I of straightening out congested traffic
occupied half a hundred policemen foi
t. - nuartcrs of an hour.
The actual damage done In Sherry's
I ..io did not amount to more
than i-i"
WILSON BOOM STARTED.
Inline nidi' Hftte I Millie.- In
Jersey Indorses Itlm
TRKNTON, N. J., Nov. 9. The Demo
i re tic Stale Committee of New Jersey
met here to-day und endorsed Qov.
W'oodrow Wilson for the Democratic
nomination for President of the United
0tatN. The committee decided to open
snd maintain permanent headquarter
In this city to further Gov. Wilson's
nomination.
A sub-committee was appointed to
prepare a statement to the public an-
a.yzrng tne result in la-it Tuesday s
election. Tin- members of the state
1 cdrnmlttee profess to bollevi thut the
I ileotlOb was a victory for Gov. Wilson
gnd his policies despite the fact that
the Republicans retained control of the
genets and captured the Assembly from
tbe Democrat.
HOTELS AND SHOPS
I " Circulation Books Open to All.' I
f&'&FKM?1" NEW
WOMAN HAS KEY
TO MYSTERY OF
SUICIDEAT ASTOR
Mrs. Mary Stuart Brady Views
Body of "Maurice Stuart"
and Identifies Clothing.
DOESN'T REVEAL NAME.
Her Story Leads to Belief Tint
the Suicide Robbed Mrs.
Brady's Husband.
Only a woman's pr!de nnd dread of
notoriety stand between the authorities
and a positive Identification of the mys
terious "Maurice Stuart," who com
mitted suicide in the Hotel Astor last
Monday. Coroner Felnberg expec'.s the
mystery to be solved very soon.
The womart who Is believed lo hold the
key to the secret Is Mrs. Mary Stuart
Brady, a trained nurse, living at No. '
West On Hundred and Fourth str.et.
Mrs. Hrarty. attractive looking and
about forty years old, made her first
appearance In connection with the sui
cide mystery to-day, when she called at
the ESIghth avenue undertaking rooms
and asked, permission to view the body.
After looking long upon the features of I
the dead man. Mrs. Brady asked If she
might see any clothing that had come
from the Ittle.do'l hotel rftom. The un
dertaker brought out a suit of clothes,
In which the body was to be dressed
for burial an 1 th" bathrobe "Hiunrt '
had Worn v. lien he shoi himself.
"I know that suit and bathrobe," said
Mi .1. Brady, "Look anj see If the
trousers and coat Sleeves of the sulv
were not shortened after the suit was
jade."
The undertaker examined the clothln.
and found this to have been the case.
ESCRIBES THE TIN NAIL BOX
FOUND IN SUICIDE'S TRUNK.
"I read that a sin ill Ln box of na"
had been found In the trunk," continue )
the woman, by this time visibly affected.
" iVas the box a smu ', shiny rne, full of
dents, .villi a hinged 00Vera and were the
nails three .Quarter Inch wire brads?"
Coroner Felnbrrg. u ho arrived . thai
momeit, (firmed Mrs. Mr.idy's descrip
tion of the box and iiulis and asked her
to come to bis office and leil all she
knew about the case. The Woman as
sented, und after liking another look
at the dead man's face told tho CorOMI
a story of great Interest.
She said she used to live at Booth
bay, Maine, and that her name had
been Mary Stuart. About fourteen years
ago a Now Yorker aumed Brady went
to Boothbay and pitched a summer oump
near her father's house. Brady aim
her father became friends and the New
York map soon fell In love with the
daughter, and before the summer was
over I bey were engaged.
Barly I" t"e summer the girl's fathei
had given Brady a box of nails to use
around his tent, it was the it rat gn.
of any kind from the Stuart fainilj
und when Mrad' and Miss Stuart lit
came engaged 'he New Yorker said In
would always kei p tin- little tin box ol
nails from the sentiment gttOOfiod to
it
They wi i married' and lived happllj
until a lew years ago. Why they parted
Mrs Brad) would not say. but she n-
btfnatod that lirady eent to California
because of 111 health. Two years ago
she received word that her husband had
died In ls Angeles from erysipelas.
She was then stl.l living at Boolhbay.
NEW MYSTERY ENTERS INTO
THE WOMAN'S STORY.
Now enters the remaining mysterious
feature In the case. Mrs. Brady told
tue Coroner that after her husband's
death she sent a man a close friend
to California to see that the body was
burled deotntly and to settle any per
sonal estate her h is ouid had It ft. Sue
knew Brady had "lulte a large fortune
;n Kit edge leeillllles that Were nego
tiable at any time and she was surprised
when tier eml-sary returned from Cali
fornia a few weeks later and said Urad
had left nothing of value.
"He had lost all his money," she
said he told her.
She usked him about her husband's
clothing, books und isrsonal effects.
Her agent .aid everything had been
burned because of the contagious n.i
ture of
the disease that had killed
lirady.
Shortly afterward Mrs. lirady le ft
BoOthbay and came to New Vork. She
had been studying to be trained
nurse uuioiw ii-, ,., i , o n i
her
(Continued on Se
KMld PagO.)
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and ticket, vi.
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An-tle. I'utltSSr I
YORK, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9,
BEAT IT,
GIRL PUPIL FALLS
FOUR STORIES INTO
IG
lb
L!
Miss Forman Pitches From
Window Through skylight
at Physical School.
ii 1 1 seated on tin irinaow cm n.i
the fo.r-th Moor uf th. Nw Vmlt or-!
inul wOhOOl of I'iiysl ' il ClucatlOii at
m "wi ,,w .
Miss Aiia Kormxii, nlneteoit ve&N ld,
was setxed with an attack ol vertigo
ami fell back a ai d Shu turned com
pletely over in the air and cashed
thrOUfh a skylight over llio 3imniing
pool In the basement. rht Klrl was
found lying half In th Water, (n the
ede of the pool.
l'olkeman r'lanniuan called an am
bUtnnco from tho PtOWer Ilospiia', li-.
Miller attending, and the girl eras
rushed to the operating room, s ie e vs
unt'onictoug, An ox&tnlngtlon ibowed
many severe ruts and OfUtgei. li.it no
broken boniw. She is he!,,d :,i be
Injured Inlernally, and the physicians
have Utile hoie of her recovery.
Mls-t Knrinun was a new pupil at the j
school. Sue came frorn South iVis.i-
idena, t'al., about a in nth ago, and lives I
at the New York Institute of Music, No.
660 West Rnd Avenue, Ine li said to
be the daughter of a wealthy California
mini who died recently.
The only w.tness of the accident was I
Miss I al ter, who la In charge of the '
women, department of tne p iysicai
culture echool, Miss Carter told the.
police that Miss l-'ormun was chatting
und laughinx with her when she sud
denly toppled backward, clutched at the
window Irame, st.ileked wildly and, be
fore Miss Carter could reach her, dis
appeared through the opening.
SNAKES ALL IN A BALL
Horvriiira Mrp Into a Urn ef
KMttggWp Hntllere.
IHiiectsl tfl Thf Kiftiing Worldl.
MON'lN-LAlIt, N. J., Nov. I.w. WhlU
surveying a traH of land that Is to be
broken up Into bungalow sites near the
summit of VgwohUltg Mountain. Her
bert C'onklln ana WUIkMn Jones, to
young surveyors, to-duy came upon a
den of rattlesnakes,
Surveyor OonUia first barely missed
stepping On a lUe-foot rattier. I'M
snuke colled up reedy tu strike. A man
hunting raiblts In a nearby patch of
wood was aignaueo to, and he came
1 ver anu auligmgly snot the raolili
few mlnutee later Surveyor Juuee
I stepped into the i -a ttleinaka un , u, , ,i
Were a sco-e reptile! in uie ,, iders u J
hollow, all colled ln a solid mass as Is
th,. custom w .ui snakes wiu n to , go
,.... it i. i . i iiuarters a h,.i ,, u . ,.. .,..
IsatttaM I ' i this hall of snakes Tin,
remainder were hlaeksn-ikes hull MS feel
and garter snakes. The hunter dls
t.aiched the hibernating sernerits nnd
the two surveyors lnmd the rattlers
RACINQ RBIULT ON fAQl H,
Mi
POO
CHARLES, AS
REPLY TO TRIPOLI CHARGES
War Minister in Cable to Washington Declares
Arabs Committed Atrocities and That "the
Punishment Fitted the Crime."
WASIIIM ITON, Nov. 9.-Tlint "the
punishment fit the crime" ami "blood
m-1 btobiv en Tripoli tan battlelteldi
was declare I In i cahlegram tu the
Italian Bmbaaty in-day by fan Olullano,
Italian Minister of s ar. reXerrlng to the
reported Italian atrocities against the
Turks and Arabs
The calilcsram from San tllullano was
In the form of nn official statement
under the caption: "Italian Heart.
Arabian Cruolty." At the outset be
re, io tnlied the fact that people abroad
mil regard the reported acts of the
soldiers as excessive cruelty and de
el ir.sl thnt, IO he understood thoroUKhty'
talks were gOCtM-rg With oil, -. is and
snldiera, particularly those of lh
Kleventh BeraglloH "thooe who if
f ri j I e jrst in the haltle of October
ACCUSES ARABS OF KILLING
RED CROSS MEN.
"Our soldier, occupied the entrench
ment, at Sidi Mesrl." th Minister of
W.ir'B cablegram continue l, aim ,
tween them and the Arabs situatd back
of the village mere had l.ee eetabllibeo
friendly relations. The Italian soldier.,
used to give pari of their ration, lo the
rahs and tuev made present, io .oe, (
poor families ol the Arabians, presents
welcomed 1" ca ise of the. I p ,elly.
'The soldiers ald without any dispute
...v,l.. ihev nurchased from thl
Arabs, lime utners even bought coin- .
U,g , or tue naked cniidren. I think that
since such war. began that never have
native, been treated with suou k(l.idness.
I.ut suddenly In the midst of the
hard fighting, from the small white
Arab hcn.se. hack of our soldier, there
rushed out infuriated men Inhuman
and horrible things happened An Ital
ian surgeon WU killed by tne father 01
.. .... t,e had cnr.d and save 1 ,
A woundesl soldier who nsss ' '
alone for a moment by hi, twmiWlM,
hag ,ls tliroat OUt """"" """
, , . , t stealthily ui-.n him through lha
dead and wounded. There were i ruel-
.kskla
tl, s unii'e..
Itexl Cross attendants cariylng
str.tchers to al.f the WOUftdod Turks
.,,, treacherously slain by tin se
wounded men. Isolated soldiers, sur-
pr.se.i in the Interior, wore disom-
...... l..,l
STRANGE INCIDENTS OF HORROR
ON FIELD.
"gtrnnge m i.lents of horror there
vi-r,. An . i a ii.in f,-e,t mvimj wnu
l,.t ,,f human Rwfb stuffisl into an
Italian soldier's kupggek, The eoldlei
was lite. CoUnd crucified in a native
hul. It as dreadful to be Obliged '"
fight In a network of narrow patos
flanked by high walla of land, having
t,Umt IuIa.. WM.. I.lilna u...l
it.l l.tuil in". ' . " , .."my i, i
rurouAdOsg yu there oouig) be hidden g
. e- tr - .
"Circulation Bocks Open to
1911.
22 PAGES
i BEAT IT!
L ITALY'S
S.W--
ten
OUI
en, inj, men who rought with
ltd la the sasntlatl ....
The punishment nn proporttonat,
to th. crime. Tooth by tooth our
dtai, fought. To., oppreealoa tgisaed
1 wyl over tbe battlefield Blood
Out blond 1
The Turkish Imbaaaador, vosso.n
ua Pacha, left IVaehlngton toiay for
New fork, t the embassy It was
slated 1!,,,, ,,. punpoii of his visit t,
not known
A d spateh from Tripoli dated Nov II
forwarded n.-day to ,i. luiian Km'.
bassy here by the Italian Minister 0
war, nangluliano, aiyai
"Detachments of the Ninety-third In
fantry. Company , f , , ..,m, ,
Hr.araH-let, prnokel a lively enguae-
i.ent which terminated ,, the retreat
f the enemy, who ton urty goag our
' " Hied. The tig ,,
took place i ,he open pountry ouielde
em ronchmente,
The ootnmander at Hoaae has sent
to the government report of brilliant
operations, of Italian troops Oo H and
which resulted in the defeat ,,r c,
enemy. At Derng and Tol.rk there
were email skirmishes without It i o
losses. Vestiiday (leneral Canevs pro.
claimed the annexation , Tr,, ,
and CyrMoolg In lie urosence of local
authorities."
TRIPOLI COMMANDER THANKS
AMERICAN CONSUL.
TR4POU, Nov. .-oen. Caneva.
eommgndlng the itaiian forces, todai
issued su ofgolaJ n. in which lie
th"ked the American Consul Mr.
Wootl for his loyal conduit" towards
I ly III deeiling not lo leavo Tripoli
aboard the Ainerimn cruiser Cbegtor
Md for having aided to Washington
that all was quiet at Tripoli and Ibl
fOTwlgjn colonies in no danger.
Iio- Italians understand that the
t heller was ordered here In onse-
,iuene of false report! emanating from
Constantinople that Tripoli tu, about
to be retaken again by the Turks
WOMAN HELiTaS A FENCE.
Mrs. Caroline an Msr, ,,m.
milled Wltbnal Hall.
Mrs Caroline San Marco, in whose
apartment, No. i. James streut, detec
tives found on the night of Nov. I til.ouO
.vorun ol sioien g ions, was omm.ltcd to
tin- Tombl to-day without bull by Magis
trate Hermann In the Centre Street
Court
a representative ol Murk cross, No, iis
Broad way i Identified woiui or prop,
nrty stolen from a show window on Jan.
i a WcrkMiiiin. So, 19) Madison it root;
William Kaelpsk), No.UV Madison street,
und AnOorduti, No. m Madison street,
luiiuiimi about tisJU worth of cloliilng
taat agB Mall otoiea irom t-
V KIT II Kit -Main
All."
Police Are Routed
WHITE WINGS Its
SPREAD OVER CITY AS
NEW DRIVERS START
s
Broken When Strikers Attack
Men Sent Out to Clean
the Streets.
ARMY OF 5.000. HIRED,
BEGINS WORK TO-MORHOW.
Many Wagons Idle and Relu.se Piles
Up on the Sidewalks All Over
the Greater City.
The first effort of the city to break the White Wings strike this
afternoon was sh irt-Uved and attended by rioting in Manhattan and thf
Bronx. Police guards were beaten and stoned and strikebreakers were
driven to wild flights by howling mobs. Thirty strikebreakers who went
out willi a dozen wagons from the One Hundred and Fifty-second street
and Cort; ttd avenue stables were stoned by a mob of hundreds, and
were las) seen fleeing in the direction of the Harlem River.
While the Bronx was in an uproar, there was even more strenuous
rioting at First avenue and Fiftieth street, in which the police guard ac
eompanying seven ashcarts were beaten and stoned by twoscore strfke
ers and driven back to the shelter of Stable H, at No. 424 East Forty.
eighth street. .
I kin IsfHHfllll III
ND WOIVIAh AND
E
Boldly Ri"K Bell in Brooklyn
and Seize Her as She
( '.pens Door.
When Mrs Itnsle l.elnter, thlrty-tl . -.
years old, of No. MM fortieth Ufl !
Urooklyn, opened the front door of her
h one In response to the ringing of thu
beii this afternoon, she wus oonf runted
by two men wearing maake, Without a
... ril they for I the r way Into he
in. grasped Mrs l.elnter. hound mil
i igged her with towels, threw her into
a closet und placed a basket of cloth, s
on top of her.
Mr. l.elnter
listened to the men
ran i king her home, Then one of
them came to the closet, dragged her
out nnd tore her diamond earrings
from her ears She was shuved back
Into the closet und remained there for
more than sn hour, a gas inspector
who rTgmi to look ut the meter In the
cellar hear.1 her groans and made his
way Into the house und freed her.
Hr Wa!inlil of No. 4101 Twelfth ave
nue was summoned. c found the won
an bleeding from the ear, ari l -in.u.ng
from fr.ght She Is unabhi to gK
des. rlptioii of her assillaiits. They look
ber pot kethook und levernl mluaklea,
AMERICANS HELD AS SPIES
BY ITALIAN OFFICIALS
l.-Imprlond us
AN DORA, o.. Nov
Herman spies for one
week during a
.iiilit.i.i.irtF lour n! l-iilrolin thl. nil miller '
Itev Albert Hchumacher, pastor uf tne
QfgC Metinoritte Church of runduu,
und his brother. Noun, a local merchant.
iniiv ask t ie Cu t. I States State lienart
men! a seek Iron foi Ihem from the
Italian Oovernmenl
ltiilan officials at I'eltre became sus.
phi, nis w hen one of the brothers got out
his k. id. ih .ne I in ti take pictures
it the town. The Italians, hellevln.'
il.it the vllrtOI WOT sides, urn-sled
tin in and li'.U' td both III prison, w here
they were .i , ungated by civic and mil
itary officers. Tiiey were finally re
leased on proving their Identity and In-
MASKED BURGLARS
RANSACK HER HOM
to-nlaht anil i.roh.hl, rntar
EDITION.
PRICE ONE CENT.
and Many Head
D In addition to the army of strike).
breakers Commissioner Kdwar.ls Is an
listing through half a dozen sgenclee,
the civil Service commission haa
Promised to OUpply him with e.Ojgg
men to-morrow morning. :'.ti0 frgga
,'limiili' list an,! t.W'ii wli i n.vi nnt
TO BREAK STRIKE.
It was shortly uftrr 3 o'clock when
the Initial nttempt to break the strike
from Stable H was attempted, precipe
Itutlng the riots on Plrat avenue ant
necessitating the rushing of forty pa
trolmen to the scene from th. Eexet
l irty-tlrst street station.
Although district Superintendent
James H. Brogan had been equipped
with a force of too strike breaker and
i ; ui", 1 of th l y poll.'ti nen he decided
, c.ike Id, first sally Into the open
.lith only nine arts H- manned each
irt with three men r.nd they aent
forth In slngls die with four pollcenepn
at their he.i 1 und threu -n rs s.-attered
ui. int. in ,hi ii. o esslo-i T'..ii .oalnder
lf ,,. ,,,., ,luWr ardtn lrom
p,,!!,.,, a lituartcrs, remained ln th
' stable,
rite procession ef carts turned, un.
ni,,;,-:e i. into !' . r . : ive.a ie at Forty.
eighth sine!. A glo.p of two acor.
strikers had guthen I on the corfJtt
hut the! scut lend a, the first charge
nl the font pillcemtn. In eutlerlng
the strikers divided into two boJies,
half on one side of the st eel and lutlf
the otho rhi foil.i ! .he wagon
to Fiftieth street ami the:., at a given
slKiml. they rushed tie tlrst tore
wagons In th col lege, struck down th
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f hilcka at the strike).
breaker.
Sim nit there wgM
signalling
to the roofs, frum waloti
there descended a show,.- of missiles.
POLICEMEN DREW REVOLVERS
AND STRIKE BREAKERS FLED.
Th,- four patrolmen aha were knocked
dot. n ii.-cv their revolver and threot
ii. 1 1 i i ,h i.c . '..I i l in s v. ere not
In the least overawed The hall of
bricks continued lo o n down and the
strike i 'eakora wers pulled from the
carts. ,li Kited along the pavement.
cuffed and beaten. The moment thev
nll,. . ,h-,..lU.. ,r ,,,., .
j ,he,.r uf stVl, ,,.
By the time the reserve force of pa,
trolmen arrived from the stable the
little guurd that hud oii.-lnully set
out were In a bud way. torn and bleed-
'"a nd vainly waving t.ielr revolver
against u storm of brlcUhuts. They
had lost their hats .1 he n punched
in the Jaw, klc.ted and 1 1 .TeJ. and In
tl,r,.,. ,.,,., .,d lost their nluhtattcka.
liven the extra forte ot thirty men
was not enough to put down the rioting
and twenty more men were sent out
a patrol waauu from the Kast Fltty-i
street stftl.jp.
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