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COPS QUIZZED ON YIDDISHtiKin IllIEIR
tiKin Vfcifsiov or mu tvtrcinurs
cinurs srKKCii insrurKnbale
bale of Iliiina fiolitmant Magazine 101 aCrimettlrl
Crimettlrl 11 Called fur TrimbleWhen I
When Her Frlcnil Wa rreilcdIcfcnee Irnce
fence Hill llnvc It II Turn In TotirtTnrtayToo
I
Too examination of Julius Edelson 30years
years old his ulster Rebecca 18 yean ofago
ago Emma Goldman who looks 40 but Hayshe
she Isnt and the three other young menand
and four young women arrested as anarohlflta
ohlflta come up In tho Yorkville police courtagtiln
agtiln yesterday nfternoon Edetaon whowaa
was charged with being tho principalaoeaker
aoeaker at the meeting in the ManhattanLyceum
q Lyceum in East Fourth street was In doubtwhether
whether to act an hi own counsel or not
Ho was born in RuwJa has studied lawwent
1 went to tho College of the City of NewYork
York up to last Juno speaks nix languagesand
and baa a knowledge of Greek and LatinHe
He In now teaching languages lie finallydecided
decided to let Hugh 0 Pentecost act ascounsel
counsel for all tho prIM nol1Tho
The typewritten complaint chargedEdelaon
Edelaon with making the following speechat
at tho meeting In tho hearing of teveralpolicemen
policemenWhen
When I wax nrriwteil n wpic ago I told thepolice
police that I believed In the lawn of his country
try aa our father made them but did notbelieve
believe In the present Institution In this country
try as they el t today and In the mannerIn
In which the lawn are madeFirst
First I will eplaln toyou what an anarchistIn
In This world composed of twoolawH OflOare
are the anarchists the other clan ore thefelons
felons The felons arc the ones that aremaking
making the lawn and the anarchist In forpeace
peace but not the kind of pence that thefelons
felons the socalled capitalist make Vowlet
let us see whether Czolgonz wait nn anarchistCzolgogz
Czolgogz was put throuah tho third degreeby
C by the authorities the soculled Inquisitionand
and you can take my word for It that It wagworse
worse than any Spanish or 1I1181an inquilltlon
tlon that you ever read or heard about Butwith
with all that he denied bring an anarchistHut
Hut by his act and deed I say and adjudgehim
I him as an anarchist and thn people thatbesmirch
besmirch his character or say that he waaInsane
Insane are liars and cowards Czolgosz waaan
an anarchist from that feeling of manhoodIn
I In him and he was not an anarchist of speechbut
but became one of us by his act As far aswe
we know I would say that the capitalistshave
have a good ryson for declaring CzolgoarInsane
Insane and when they represent the fact ofMs
his Infinity we ham their own doctorsstatements
V statements that he wag not InsaneThe
1 The laws In this country are worse thanthey
they are In Iliuwla and are made for to bluffand
and they bluff the people with them NowIs
Is the time to show the fact why n minddeclared
declared to be clear by the capitalist owndoctors
doctors a man proven to be sane beyond adoubt
doubt by a man In his clear eenueft shouldcommit
commit such an act and now Is the time forto
to overthrow those fake ballot boxes and ti niceour
our own lawsPoliceman
Policeman Morris Schwartz who understands
I stands Yiddish testified that he listenedto
C to the speech and translated it for Roundsman
ft man Bock who took shorthand notesIrving
Irving Hafsky who also understands Yiddish
dish took a report of tho speech and Itgreed
agreed with the other reportSchwartz
Schwartz said he saw in the hall Gordonand
and some of the other prisoners trying tosell
sell Emma Goldmans tnacnzlne whichcontained
contained a dh cIl lon of Czolgows and thoassassination
assassination of Irenident McMnteyGordon
Gordon called out to the people to buythe
the book Mother Earth as it was the onlyanarchist
anarchist book published In the Englishlanguage
language It was only ten cents thodetective
detective soldDetective
Detective Sergeant Braun said he heardEdelson
Edelson tell the audience how the ownerof
of the hall tried to stop the meeting whenbe
be heard It was to discuss anarchyI
I beard Edelson make his speech inwhich
which he praised Sheol Gao went on thedstecUvo
dstecUvo when he was interrupted by
Mr Pentecost withWho
Who did you say
Sheol GasThe
The lawyer looked puzzled and Edelsonnickered
nickeredWhos
Whos he counsel inquiredWhy
Why the fellow that killedMcKInley Presidents
s McKInley
f The assassin with tho unpronounceablename
name I dont wonder that the witnessstumbled
stumbled over it I couldnt pronounceit
it myself Magistrate Cornell remarkedthe
Counsel for the deftnoe declared thatthe
s the policeman did not correctly translatethe
4 the alleged anarchistic speech made inthe
4 the hall Prompted bv Edelton he hadtho
tho policemen give tho definition of variousYiddish
Yiddish wordsSchwartB
Schwartz went on to tell what the womenprisoners
prisoners did at the meeting
The Schleichter girl cried out an expression
pression which means make trouble whenthe
the Sweet girl was arrested he textinedRofsky
Rofsky bought one of Emma Goldmanshooks
hooks and Assistant District Attorney
Vandiver submitted this to the Magistrateand
and slid bo thought the contents of thebook
book would prove tho woman guilty of thocharge
charge against herIt
It is Important to know if the policehave
have correctly translated tho speech ofthis
this Edelson The wholtycose rents onthat
that observed the CourtYoung
Young Edekon at this point wanted totake
take up the crossexamination of the pollcnima
1 men to show how much YUiillxh they krowThe
The Court ruled that he had selected oounhel
hel and must abide by the election 1t1llpolicemen
policemen said Emma Miltiutu had w4dedapproval
approval over Kdplwins sjssh arid refused
fused to leave till hall wban ijiilttr4 in An
to The Mlwr Kill 1101 l jtsisJ theThe polkThe
The hearing as iayfltn ni uitfU Mondaywhen
when the iMnnut M fxjjluTHK
Till rinnn wKf orrVan
Van 4ainyT thu May IMf NSS Gnridlncna
Was Yooluif Will ItII4CKEHRACX
II4CKEHRACX N J Nov 2RobertVanCampfiyearsoWwbo
VanCnmpfJyean oMwho is a telegraphoperator
operator in the Kumjuehanna and WesternRailroad
Railroad station at Jtldgefleld Park waanbot
shot in the back and probably fatallywounded
wounded thin afternoon by TheodoreGneJdlng
GneJdlng a messenger and hack driverrbo
rbo atoo is 18 years old Tho bullet passedthrough
through the operators body and was foundjust
just under the flesh near the floating ribsand
t and removed Van Campf says Gneiding
1 w fooling with a loaded revolver wblcbhe
c be found In the drawerI
I ordered him to put it down but themoment
moment my back was turned there wasloud
I aloud report and I realized I was shotGneiding
melding denies he handled the revolveror
or took it from the drawer lie says heaw
t NoW it on the tablo and just pushed it furtherbock
bock thinking It was going to fall Gnelding
tog seems simple minded lie was committed
mitted to tho Hackensack jail to await there
f renultof Van Campf injuriesCHILD
CHILD KIIJKIf nVPicked ATIJYWIUrFPlckCd
Picked tp by the Owner of the Car andHurried
Hurried to llropllnlAlice
S Alice Carter 7 years old whoso homewa
wu in Washington street flushing wasL
L run ovor and fatally injured yesterdayafternoon
afternoon by an automohIM at the comerof
t of Main and Washington streets Thochild
child wan crossing Main street when anautomobile
I automobile driven by Kulpli O Peckworthn
n bulldliiR contraotttr of 415 Hudson Htrc < ctManhat
Manhat n came ftown Main xtrvut ut urather
1 rather fast gait There U n down gradoat
at that place and Ienkwnrth was nnaliMto
to check the maohino In tltuo to prevent itfrom
from bitting the little girlThe
The wheels passed over her body nnil Him
I lay unconscious on the ground IVckYrorth
I Yrorth stopped at once and ii > > ttin r out ofthe
the auto ho picked up tho rhlld ami niuv < lher
her in the car Then ho drovo an fit n HIOMlblo
bosslblo to tho Flushing Hospital Itas
ffls found that tho child was injured internally
ternally and she died about two hours
After she won admittedPeckworth
Peckworth who U 24 years old wasprrented
prrented and taken before Magistrate
Connorton who paroled him tor a hearing
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It hmStore
Store Closes at 6 P MEven
Even If You HaveNo
No Shopping to DoCometoWANAMAKERS
Come to WANAMAKER S TodayTo
To see the special exhibition of Mens apd Boys ClothingTo
To see the extraordinary Assemblage of Womens Dresses andWraps
WrapsTo
To look thru the new Jewelry and Silver StoreTo
To view the magnificent collection of Marbles Bronzes andVases
Vases in the Art Wares SalonsTo
To see the unique demonstration of Domestic ElectricityTo
To hear the Duets between the Angelus and Expert PianistsTo
To secure Tickets free to the Kodak Exhibition next weekin
in Madison Square Concert HallAnd
And here are things interesting to Saturday shoppersThe
V The New Brown OxfordOvercoats
Overcoats for MenThe
The man who is happy in the possession of one of the newbrown
brown suits of course requires a smart new overcoat inharmonizing
harmonizing co6r The new brown Oxford mixt cheviotsmeet
meet this need exactly The Overcoats have a newness anddignified
dignified character which the welldrest man will appreciate Cut
46 inches long slightly fitted to the figure sergelined at 25Of
Of course we have every other variety of uptodate Overcoats
coats to harmonizo with suits of all styles and colors pricesranging
ranging from 15 to 60Our
Our present stocks of Mens Winter Suits are wonderfullybroad
broad and comprehensive nothing new in styles or fabrics hasbeen
been omitted The windows of the Wanamaker Building givesuggestions
suggestions of many of the new varieties in suits for all occasionsMens
Mens Fancy Sack Suits including the new browns andblues
blues at f 15 to 40Mens
Mens Plain Blue and Black Sock Suits at 15 to f85Iens
Mens Cutaway Frock Suits at 20 to 35Mens
Mens Frock Coats and Waistcoats at 25 to 38Main
Main floor Yanomakor BuildingAfotv
New Neckwear far Men counters Our present Neokwe a fullness
ness of variety that will exactly meet tho wishes of men who have welldefined
defined ideas as to what they want as well as men of Rood taste who wantbroadest
broadest possible variety to select from We have had remarkable assortments
ments of Mens Neckwear in the past and this store has been famous forthe
the variety it has always presented but this year with our enlarged facilities
ties we have surpast all previous presentations There is a pleasing diversity
versity of patterns and an absence of the commonplace varieties Thounusual
unusual novelty effects will please welldrest men and the conservativeeffects
effects are here in ample AbundancePrices
Prices Me SI 150 and 250 eachMain
Main floor Wanamaker BuildingMens
Mens 350 Derbies at 2 Derby Theso Hats handsomo comefrom
from one of the best makers of 350 Derbies in the country but they do notbear
bear the makers trademark or they could not bo sold underprice Theywere
were specially made up for us because of a trade misunderstanding Menwho
who share them will secure tho benefit In various new shapes of our ownSelection
Selection flnisht in the same manner as regular > 350 hats In proportionsfor
for men of all figures at 2Main
Main floor Wanamaker BuildingMens
Mens 1 Shirts at 70c Eachl30
1350 Negligee Shirt of our own regular II quality secured underpricefrom
from our best manufacturer of these shirts A largo variety of now patterns
terns All fresh new and perfect thruout In light or dark coloringsnegligee
negligee style with attached or separate cuffs Sizes litoiTH 70c eachSubStation
SubStation Store Basement Stewart BuildingMens
Mens Unshrinkable Wool UnderwearAnd
And Half HoseNowadays
Nowadays a man can enjoy the luxury of woolen underwear withoutany
any fear of tho garments losing their comfortable size These are bestEnglish
English and American varieties in warm comfortable weaves serviceableand
and guaranteed unshrinkable
SIrni UnrtirlnknbleWool
Wool UnderwearAt
At 2Ja garment English medlumBlffhtnllver
weight silver gray Shirts or DrawersLargo
Largo lzol In tbU quality ooot 250 odAt
ditltlnalAt
At 13 a armentMedlumwelghtwhitAt
white or natural color Dermophilebrand
brand Anyjricanmada natural woolHhlrtii
Hhlrtii or Drawers medium heavyWright
Wright Large sizes 250 moreAt
At 1350 a icarment Silver gray wool8hlrt
Shirt or Drawera heavy weight EaglUh
fish mediumweight sUver gray Shirtor
or Drawers Larger nlzcaZSo additionalback
At 1375 a pnnentHeayYwelgbtErutU8h
English silver gray Shirts or DrawersShirts
Shirts paine quality double front andback
back 425 each
Mens VmhrlnkdbleMoolHulfHose
MoolHulfHoseAt
At 60o a pairMedium heavy weightnatural
natural wool fine soft yarnAt
At TOO a pairBlack cashmere withmerino
merino toes and heels medium weightAt
At 75o a pair Medium or heavyweight
weight black cashmereMedium
Medium heavyweight silver gray
Also heavyweight natural colorAt
At 11 a pair Black cashmere withwhite
white self or colored silk eideJclocksmedium
medium weight
weightMain
Main floorBoth
Both Building
News About Mens Gloves Gi52JSi
a pair We offered these gloves a few days ago and many lucky men werequick
quick to purchase them Some bought three or lour pairs on no wonder
der The gloves are fleecelined have tan suede palms backs and wristsof
of the softest and glossiest electric seal Automobilists find them invaluable
able and they are Just the thing to wear to college football games Thentoo
too Christmas is not so far awaybut hurry up for we cannot promise tokeep
keep them longThe
The Royale Gloves at 150 a pair are seasonable and come in allthe
the popular tan shades 1clasp outeeam cape and 1clasp pique capo styloare
are sown in every stitchOne
One Dollar will purchase a pair of remarkably meritable glove Popular
lar tons to select from 1clasp outseam cape style and satisfaction assuredMain
Main floor Wonamokor BuildingJOHN
JOHN WANAMAKERFormerly
Formerly A T Stewart CoBroadway
Broadway Fourth Avenue Eighth to Tenth Streets
s
UKAH itTIIss TIIK TKLRPIWXKMl ICathrrlnR
IIss Catherine William Overronm byHeart
Heart Illsram at Hotel WroxrlrrIxanlnt5
Leaning aRalnxt the wall of her roomwitli
with one arm tfirown over the UIojilioneMliM
Miss CittherinA WllllamH a handxoinowoman
woman about 3 > > yearn old WUM found deadypHterddy
ypHterddy morning at the Hotel Wroxoter13B
13B Went Fortyfifth trent 8he had beentalking
talking with a friend Miss Minnie Stafferof
of 134 Went Eightyfourth street and hadjiwt
Jut made an appointment to accompanylior
her to Danbury Conn on a business tripAfter
After a few minutes conversation Misstitoer
HtofTer WM unable to get a reply to herquestions IUMtIoU
questions and decided that the receiverhad I
had been hung up at the other endBhnrtly
Shortly after a package was delivered foii
M
t ti i
t
n p
MIssWllliamsjmd Louis DeooiBe the clerk
took It up to npr room but could get nodlanal
answer when he rang the bell III returned
to the omoe where It was noticed that theIIllnal
for rIIIIPI WllllomHB
signal H telephone wanctill
lUll openOecelMO
OecelMO went up again and finding theWllllam
door unlocked entered lie saw MIIJtI
Wllllam n Jjody drooping in a recess formed
by the wall and the foot of her bPd andprevented
prevented from falling by her arm thrownover
over the telephone instrument
Dr Birmingham wan called from across
the street He said that she had been dead
for some time Coroner Shrady Inferred
heart disease M the cause of death
A sister of the dead woman Mr Harrlaon
lIOn wife of thellarborMasterof New Yorkwaa
was notified and took charge of the body
She Mid that Miss WUllama bad Buffered
from heart trouble for aome time and thatabe
abe had been unable to attend to her boil
W L DOUGLASBmV
BmV 1359 SHOES SS5Do
Do you wear W L Douglas
las 350 shoes If notyoa
you should give them atrial 5T055trial
trial because they are tbebest I
best shoes produced for tbeprice
price this is proved by mysales
sales make and e1I moremens
mens 350 shoes than anyother
other manufacturer in theworld
TNworld
worldAS
AS GOOD JtS CUSTOM SHOESCOSTING
COSTING 700 TO 800have
have been wearing W L Douglas I2ma Jotlas
I las 35O shoes for thc pastnino Jnine
nine years and can say I getas tn 41r CMSas
as much style wear and comfort I
fort as I formerly had from custorn < I FI could take you into my largefactories
torn shoes costing R 7 GUILES and 8R I I factories at Brockton Mass andshow
2330 First Avenue jlJ S show you how carefully W LjlJ
Douglas 350 shoes arc made you would BOYS SHOES soo antithen
then undertand Why they hold their shape 517S Just the same ufit Myfit
fit better Wear longer and are of greater lImIa S3so shoes tM samevalue
value than any other make leathers tor S3 and SI2SWherever
Wherever you live you can obtain WL Douglas shoes W L Douglas name and priceIs
Is stamped on the bottom which protects the wearer against high prices and Inferior shoesTake
Take no substitute Sold In W L Douglas exclusive shoe stores In the principal citiesand
and by the best shoe dealers everywhereftut
Fail Color KvtUtt utrd txtluilctlf Catalog maUtdjm W L Dmtfftat Jtroeltm V utW
W L Douglas Greater New York 835O Shoe Stores
433 Broadway corner Howard Street 35 Eighth Avenue76S
76S Broadway comer 8th Street 65 Nassau Street8S3
853 Broadway corner 14th Street ttnnnKTVN
1349 Broadway corner 36th Street
14471449 Broadway corner 41st Street 708710 Broadway cor Thornton Street
974 Third Avenue 1367 Broadway corner Oatei Avenue
3203 Third Avenue comer 120th Street 421 Fulton Street corner Pearl Street
2779 Third Ave bet I46tb 147th Street 478 Flftb Avenue
250 Wet 125th Street JERSEY CITY 18 Newark AvenueNEWARK
330 Sixth Avenue corner 23d Street NEWARK 788 Broad StreetSmith
I Smith Gray CoAnnounce
Announce for SaturdayA
A SPECIAL SALE ofMens
Mens Winter OvercoatsNew
2250New
New York Store OnlyJO
those who aro always on the lookoutfor
Do for a timo when their own rules ofeconomy
economy may be brought into play this saleis
is important It consists of 376 of the highest
est grade coats carried from last seasonsome
some sold as high ns 4000 Saturday inthe
the New York Store only and atabout
1850about
about 10 Mens highgrade overcoats remaining
maining from last weeks sale Mostly inthe
the larger sizes 39 40 42 and 44 Greatvalues
values for large menBROADWAY
BROADWAY AT 31ST ST NEW YORKFULTON
FULTON ST AT FLATBUSH AVE BROOKLYNBROADWAY
BROADWAY AT BEDFORD AVE BROOKLYNOvercoats
Overcoats LJght Weight and WarmYou
You can have this comfort by ordering one fromour
our French Mbule cloth lined with a guaranteed allsJlk
silk satin at 30 It has every appearance of the costliest
liest garment Orders solicited with the understandingit
it remains here If not as stated Clippings of theMoulc
Moule cloth with our guaranteed satin mailed to anyaddress
address ARNHEIMBroadway
Broadway CD Ninth Street
ChippendaleEscritoire
EscritoireOF
OF INLAIDMAHOGANY
MAHOGANYThe
The facts to fix mostirmly
firmly in your mind areThat
FI RSTTbat the Furniture
niture best worth buyingIs VfiULmade
Is here in stock or will bemade
made to orderSECONDThatqual
SECOND That quailty
ty recognized our pricesare
are ts near to cost ofwood
wood and work si youmayhope
may hope to comeScbmitt
Scbmitt BrothersFurniture
Furniture MakeraEiUbllabed IEnglish
40 23d
EiUbllabed liuaEngllsli Ea8t
English lieBtorbollDish
Dish WarmersTEA
TEA AND COFFEE SETSIn
In Copper and BrassJEWIS
JEWIS ggNGEIt
1 > 0 and 183 Weft 424 Street and
131 TTot 41s15t New Yorknens
seas regularly Miss Williams owned a
hotel in Danbury and It wan her iuUmtionto
to KO there with Miss Stotfer last nightto
to M4 her managerA I
A II Uotcert liMIt to the Aujluni AnalnSupremo
Supreme Court Justice Leventrltt twuedan
an order ymterday committing to theHtato
Htato Asylum for tho Insane Col A IIRogers
Rogers who WM formerly connected withthe
the Street Cleaning Department Itogerahas
has been In asylums before but he bangot
got himself released In court yesterday I
Col Roger made a long statement complaining
plaining of hU treatment while in andout
out of asylums He particularly denounced
nounc d the management of the Blooming I
dale AKylumwhere ho spent some eme
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Nut Wk AS YE tOW Special Mat Election IJayKin
Kin wears PLKIAn
An Kvpoctcil Imtreaio In the Family Exrtue
ethic for Auto NprnllnicJJorman
Norman Selby otherwise Kid McCoy wanarralRnod
arralRnod yeHterday in theCourt of Special
Sessions in Brooklyn on a charge of having
driven his automobile at a speed of over
thirty miles an hour on Ocean avenueon
on September IHe admitted that he wanbut
going faster than M ought to have gone
but pleaded in extenuation that he npectNIan
an increase In his family and WM hU7ing
up bit In order to get holM ll also Mid
that be bad been driving an automobile
for five yean but had never before been
pioked up for reckless driving Srateooa
waqj MMpeDded
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There 1 much in ggdiis sME
cau Brammtlt uYou want whatyu
you want when you want UfI
I TO WEAR TODAYAt
At from S5 to 50 theOvercoat
Overcoat that you want today
day is here and ready tdwear
wear on the instantWe
We know of no bettervalues
values than are included inour
our lines at 25In
In Sack Suits1 too at fromJ5
J5 to 35 you will find inour
our Regwar and HalfSizesyour
your exact sizeCooper
Cooper Square and Brooklyn
lyn stores open tonighttill
till JOBrowning
Browning KingCooper
CompanyBroadwa
V flroadwaynt32ndSteoopej
Cooper Sojntre at 5th StPnlton
Pnlton Street IlrooklrnThe
The weather lately has putan
an edge on our businessFall
Fall overcoatsWinter
Winter overcoatsFall
Fall business suitsEvening
Evening suits and frock coatsEverything
Everything men and boysROGERS
wearROGERS
ROGERS PEET COMPANYThree
Three Broadway Stores25S
25S 842 1260tt
ttWarren at atWarren
Warren it 13th st 32nd stF
F ND A TAILORwho
who loves his art for artssake
sake and youre lucky
We regard our calling toohighly
highly to lower it to commercialized
mercialized standardsAt
At whatever price none butthe
the best tailoring cloth andfinish
finish is good enough for usSuitings
Suitings to order from S20T
Trouserings from S5FuU
Full Dress Suits S40J
ta SCAREYIMPORTING
J IMPORTING IAILORtiMr
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