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i + THE SUN THURSDAY T1L1RSDAY1EERUAEtY24 FEBRUARY BR ARY 24 1910
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i but they had no elbow room They The Thewwe Theywsre
I mere pounded and slapped and kicked kickednnd kickedIi kickedROd
Ii ROd their uniforms torn to rags Finally Finallyone Flnallt
t one policeman managed to get his pistol pistoli pistolrreo pistoltrcc
i free and he let a Rhlt E hot fly Into the thick thickof tHckot
J of the crowd The bullet downed a aS aJ anamed
S roan named William Mclntoe going Into Intor Intohis
r i his right l leg g Mcjntee was wa arrested arrestedI
I J end d taken to tho Hahnemann Hospital HospitalA
A policeman who had clawed his way waythrough waythrough waythrough
through a lane of f attackers sent a riot riotcall riotcaU riotcall
call to the City Hall City Hall told the thestation thestation th thstation
station house at Eleventh and Spring SpringGarden SpringOarden Springi
i Garden streets to got busy bus Up came camean camean ciunoan
an automobile truck with twenty twentypolicemen twentypoUcemen twentypoilcemen
policemen their revolvers out ready readyfor redytor readyi
i for fo business They pointed the guns gunsstraight gunsJ
J 1t1Ika1 straight htat at the Baldwin Baldwtncrowd crowd and threat thrcnteeed threated threateed
eeed ed to shoot if the mob didnt retreat retreatThe retreatlJ retreatThe
lJ The Baldwin workmen backed away and andtook andtook andtook
took refuge In the locomotive works worksHardly worksHardly worksIIaedIy
Hardly had the streets been cleared clearedwhen clearedif clearedhen
if when hen pieces of iron began to drop from fromtba fromi fromthe
i the t windows of tho plant A chunk chunknt chunkl3t
I nt l iron smashed n policeman Police PoliceC PoliceCapt Policetapt
C Capt pt Austin in charge of the reserves reservesj rellerveal reservesdeployed
j deployed his men along the Broad street streetfront streetfr streetfront
front fr ntol of the building from Spring Gardento Garden lardento ardento
to Hamilton street and ordered them themto them1te
1te 2 to fire at the windows from which the theworkmen therkmen therorkmen
workmen rkmen had been throwing throwingPOLICE throwingit throwingFOLICE
it POLICE FIBE INTO itoScveal WINDOWS WINDOWSSeveral wumOWBSeveral
Several thousand people lined up upbehind upbehind upj
j behind the policemen l1 broke and ran ranIt ranfUwall rantilt
tilt fUwall It wan no time to witness outdoor sports sportsBullets IIportsJUlieta sportsulIeti
Bullets crashed through the windows windowseC
t eC e the Baldwin plant end spattered on onthe onthe 1 1i1he
i1he the brick walls The police were not notshooting notootinc notbooting
< shooting for practice They wanted to toOccasionally toIt tof
f ilt It
ItOcculoaally Occasionally you could see toe an arm armksh armgsh
1 ftash gsh at one one of the windows and a heavy heavytbolt heavyb
tbolt b oht lt or wrench nch would oome spinning spinningKpwrthwanf spinningward spinningearthward
Kpwrthwanf earthward ward sometimes narrowly missing missingpollcezan mlBIIlngiiapoUcecin missinga
iiapoUcecin a pollcezan The ftmilladn kept up upv upfor tipfar
v for ten minutes until the 1 oclpck whistle whistleblew wblstlelhChlw whistleblw
blew and en the ho locomotive builders were weretorced weroforced werebreed
forced to give up their pleasures pleasuresT pleasuresSupmotendfOnt pleasuresSUpe7iItenIiIIt
T Superintendent of Police Taylor went wentf wentifte wentthe
f ifte to the Baldwin BiUdwinworks works in the theaftornoon theaftornoonRd afternoon afternoonland afternoonjaasd
land Rd gave lCa xavepiotiee 4 notice that hereafter a squad squadof
of policemen 11 n armed armldwlth with shotguns would wouldhe wouldJt
he kept Jt outside 18id the plant at the theIiezr luncheon luncheonvor lun heon heonhu
hu vor Thalbrowingof The browingofamislilehewnrned hrowng ofainItie amiaiilehewarned amiaiilehewarnede ht warned warned1ke
1ke e superintendent auperl tendent would be heI sufficient sufficientWx 8ufficlentJtfluee
I Wx Jtfluee ase for fo the police to let fly with buck buckBm bucklIMIt buckk bucktipt
lIMIt lIMItSu
Bm tipt > t VAn k n Clain told Taylor that he heuc hewould
uc 4 would Idiwtify if possible the men who whoLJwtd whoJtadbrou whoJiad
LJwtd Jtadbrou Jiad brought on the riot and that they theyWould theyould theywoeIdbsfredltfouncI
Would woeIdbsfredltfouncI woeIdbsfredltfouncIThe ould b bot fVed If found ilfoundTbl foundThe
The tight ftg at the Baldwin works was the theWest thet theWost
West t wrioas Mrf s of the day but there th were weretighter wprerchtor wereeightor
tighter ten minor minorencounters encounters between the thertken
1 1 strikers t hI > r their friends and the police policei
i I These Th shindies have become so common commonthat oommon1Iroat commonat
> that at nobody takes interest in n them any anyP anyBlOtS anymere
mere re
mereBlots BlOtS ALONG IUHKPT STREET STREETAlong STUUAkm STREErAlong
Akm Along Market street there was a cerise scries6t trlesli
6t li ro row that lasted II ted all afternoon The Thetrouble The1iHmbie rhotrouble
1iHmbie trouble started at Fifth street where a arewd adofa0I10 awd
rewd wd dofa0I10 of 3ono attempted to wreck A 1 car carMd caraatdpUn caraid
Md aatdpUn pumWel lel the conductor < and motor motorIMB motorMn motorsen
IMB Tha 111 TIepoIIce police > OIIce came from the City Hall Hallto Hallj Halltwo
j to two big t > g automobile patrol wagons wagonsThey wagonstTkey wagonsTe3
They swarmed out and andrel fell reiitochibhing to clubbing the thoriotnrs thetiotAInIFlVlt therotsre
riotnrs tiotAInIFlVlt KJve jve men were ere sent to the hoe hospital hoeIN tiesIiltai ¬
IN pital 41 with brokeriheadn broken eAM and onn on policeman policemantad
tad d hi hich his cheek k cut Ctltopen open with lllt a aja jagged ged rock rockAnothernasty rock1A rockAflOtheIDNtT
1A Anothernasty othe t14Iftt lightWas tight wa waa at Iarkmde Iarkmderenua lark iarkec1eand ide iderenue
renue renua and ndPhtye Fi tyseeond d street lit red where whererang wherea
P 1 a gang of oftroublo o > trouble hunters hunte hut barn barrid baniua barnuIded
uIded d Urti thstracka tracks of the Fiftysecond Fiftysecondit Fifty econrt econrttcreMtQwn
b tet it crosstown lin line wjth wjthhulldlng building stone stonelumber 8toneitadhDDr stoneLR4
itadhDDr LR4 lumber Wien n the thepclllee police came ouneitegaardwrfClrlngcrow up upt iI iIUa
itegaardwrfClrlngcrow Ua t guardt guardjvwrecklng wrecking crow of the P R R1 R1ttIte T Ttfe 1 1S
ttIte tfe e mob stubbornly held Its place 1 lhere lhereWMmo here Jttnrewas hereVWB
S VWB WMmo was morE clubbing more broken hexds hexdsMd he hoidsmoretjobs ds dscI
Md cI mor noi1tJobs < Jobs for the th hospittla bOHplt11l IiospitttsotRIasc1lobL
1 l OtltIJ otRIasc1lobL sVIICI1O V CllOOL CLOSED 1CLOSEVIUutrJtive CLOSEDIllustrative CLICDJllwitrJtive
Illustrative of the nervousness of oflmnihilph ofl4n oft
t lmnihilph iIMdsIphsns I l4n on ffter four dayn of prac pracUffttr pracr PracurUy
Uffttr < < r unrestricted mob rule rub was an onI anfMUed antekt9saued
I jMhleVtesUed fMUed todny toc1 < ly by the committee committeeoo CommitteedrJa
oo girls high schools of tho Board of ofKduutttlon orJIIItlon ofZ
Kduutttlon Z uuatlon The committee decided that thatilt that1C thatWaent
ilt 1C wasnt safe for the girls to be on onMft ontreet onIke
Ike Mft street and nd it directed that the high highJ highlt
J At S fcntoenth Cj and nIl Spring Garden Gardeni ardcnand
t i and the William il1iem Penn High School Schooltt Schoolii SchoolfiQIris
ii fiQIris rilrt tt Fifteenth and Green streets streetsI
J be oeed I until Monday of next week weeksry weekaNe7 WeekfSII
aNe7 sry t1REdmund R Edmunds president of tho thoof thehl thokard
hl fSII kard of t Education duc ton instructed all prin pnnof prinz prinp1iIe
z p1iIe of r schools to warn children not nottoiler notI1 notio
I1 io toiler ioi r on the way to and from school schoolaw1
aw1 4 I < to > ovoid crowds Mr Edmunds Edmundsthtded EdmundstiMhld Edmundsludech
tiMhld 1 thtded d in plsorder his order this paragraph paragraphIt pnr ItlItpI1 ItlItpI11t
It to J also MOrequested requested that during the thef
r f S tteriod of the strike teachers be directed directedto
t = to emphasize em slze as far as possible the neoes neoesTobedletice neoeT necess7
s7 T Tobedletice bedl Iloe to those in civic author authorto authorand
t and d to hold h old up examples of good goodfor 100dI goodfor
I sbp for the emulation of their theirmay theirl theiriIslly
may l YiU ts 5 well be > understood understoodnow understoodnowY now nowJudge nowt
t Y MW Judge JaV Davis 8 tthLt that the question in inbetween In4iePute1 inate
4iePute1 ate between > the Philadelphia Rapid Rapidt
t j I Compruiy and its employees employees6t employeesfIJje employeesWot
Wot 6t be adjusted by the unauthorized unauthorizedferenoe unauthOrlzederenc unauthorizedference
fIJje ferenoe erenc of f oataide parties nor by the theS thetI theii
ii tI S nsibl act Mhf ct of f lawlessness Ia wle6 eaa incitng incitngkriet incitnqri melt n nA
A riot ri destruction of o property and bodily bodilyUkUrV bodllYI
UkUrV I to t t4 citiwma citiwmaSTnei oitlteQfJuse C1iflMt
t STnei a cause use of the employees cannot nnot be behslped beMIped beKhped
hslped by such conduct The peace peacer penceoidet peacegoed
r g goed d order end safety of the community communityare c mmunitym
are m superior to any questions in dispute disputetha dilputev disputebstwect
v betWMn the trrnsit comJ compcny > eny and its itsLawless ItsempJ itsefDphoyee4
empJ efDphoyee4 1ee1 Lawless mobe of men menwooed ment roomI
I t wooed and boys creating riot and dis disorder dlstder clisotder ¬
order must be suppressed and the par parpants parUcpants
1 Uolnanta pants must mustb4 be made madetotmdlrstrnd to understand that thatsack thatlaakdolen thitsaek
sack laakdolen violence e and disorder will not bo botolerated bosoJ hoIf
tolerated toleratedIf soJ Nted NtedUtlia
If Utlia the car men encourage encoun ge or approve approveof approveotluOhoonductthey
I of otluOhoonductthey uohconduct they are enemies of the thelaw thew thelaw
law w the peace andthe safety of the com comBBOWty comi cornThe
i BBOWty The law is supreme up end eu willIH will willbe wjllbe
be Bgrerfeed fDdeverydtizenthould nd every citizen should aid aidIJBboen aidla aidin
< la s4rvaneo rvance rvanceaddltronal
IJBboen 51 additional Indictments wore worefeuMVlir worefo
tre feuMVlir fo by Ythe the Grand Jury today against againstIBerf ngainstbed againstmei
IBerf mei nabbed Al > bed In the fights of yesterday
All AUtiaMU1e tMthe t klthe Grand Jury has indicted more morethaaiKty more moretbtY rnorthaty
thaaiKty and Judge Daviss course to tod4yr to4ay
a d4yr < d0e not hold much encouragement encouragementforwfi encourag elicouragernentt ment mentr
r t forwfi tor toreiJicted Tllodited dlcted After AftertheCourtsdra the Court sdrastc sdrastcactifn dr titc titci tc tcta
i ta actifn acti t9 strike leaders sent out warn warnJM wam wamfJt1th1mento wainso
fJt1th1mento JM > telh so their tT men mento to keep out of trouble if ifpowiftfo ifposIW
1 p powiftfo lWM Charges of noting inciting 1cltin to toriot torletlnd toriot
riot rletlnd and conspiracy are pending against againstBoss againstib
ib Boss oM Pratt himself himselfBtace hlinselfi
i j Btace 6k rioting has afflicted the business businesscentreof bualneilacealnol businesscentreof
centreof the e city merchants are not nottaking nottJdJICtohUcea nottakingnces
taking tJdJICtohUcea oktnces with withthelr their plate glass BlauwJndGw glasswindows glasswlndews
windows It Iti is no uncommon sight to toimmensa toMe tosee
Me immense panes boarded up Ammu Ammunition Ammut Ammunitlon ¬
t nition nJ OD has wbeen been so easily obtained hither hitherto ¬
to thatthe that the acting chief of the Bureau of
Highways ordered the United Gas Im ImFN 1mt Innproveflent
FN > t proveaent Company and the Philadelphia PhiladelphiaEleotrio PhiladelphiaEleQtrI PhiladelphiaEleotrin
Eleotrio Company to complete at once the theofalltrer thepvt theI
I pvt paviag gofal1 ofalltrer of all 1 trenches > or else remove the thetones tbeea thestones
tones ea that have been dumped in the theroadways thefodways theroadways
roadways
coa couRz ACTS ion OR GOOD ORDER ORDERIn OBDLin OBDEBIn
In addition to a a greatly restricted car carv caraerviceand carservice
v service aerviceand and the consequent removal of ofan ofap ofan
< an Incentive for rioting a cause may mayperhapsbe mayr1fh maypehmpe
perhapsbe r1fh pehmpe be found for the lessening of oftrouble ottroll oftroubleody
trouble troll troubleody le today tod r In the severity aeVerityofJUdte of Judge JudeDavis
Davis riaY1aoC of the Quarter Session SeeslonCourt Court in indealing Inm incetng
dealing with m meo a arrested ar resu for rioting rlotlngand rlotlngandt and andJizdse andtaigpg
t la taigpg LMNforiOt to riot rioti
i Ii Jizdse JitgeDtwis Duvis vls sent e < htOIie one man n1 ri to1tl totlfe e peni penlteStkLrr penitetiayforelxyeaand
t teStkLrr tetiayforelxyeaand for six years yta and ndgavo gave gavetwo gavetwotwo two wo othenr othenrBtfltenetsof othenrft
Btfltenetsof ft Rf two years yeiraspiece yeiraspiecei apiece apiecefEtwood apiecef
f i Etwood Carr who J ed d an attack on a arnotorman aI amotormari
I motorman at Kensington avenue and andCambria andCambrlalItreet andr
r Cambria CambrlalItreet street and kicked the man say savagely Bavaallly sayagely ¬
agely lit luthe the face while he lay on the theground thesrroilnd theground
ground got the six lxyear year sentence John JohnKline JohnRime
Kline and Ellis Atkins tkll1 convicted on elm similar lIimHar elmLbr ¬
ilar charges were put away awayfor for two years yearsCAB yearsCAn yearsCAll
CAB SERV1CB SZRVICIIIMPnOVED SZRVICIIIMPnOVEDTh IMPROVED IMPROVEDTb
Tb P R T reported that It had run runmore runmora runmore
more c oars r today than yesterday giving givingthe givingthe givingthe
the maximum in service as 070 It gave gavethe gavethe gavethe
the 1rankford district Intermittent ser service service ¬
I vice fighting every Inch of ground and andopened andopened andopened
opened up a trunk line which had been beendead beendead beendead
dead the day before the Firth and Sixth Sixths SIxthetrict Sixthstrct
s etrict t root lines linesThere linesThere lineslhers
There were 103 1 1O < r1 crown waiting wailln in the thebarns thebarns thebarns
barns for a chance to hike out cars but buttho huttho butthe
tho lack of policemen to protect these thesemen the8emen thesemen
men forced fo the company to keep ke < Jp them themunder themunder themtinder
under cover coverTim coverThtt coverThe
Tim company sent all cars to the barns barnstonight barnsonllthtatll Larnstonight
tonight onllthtatll at n clock oclockLafe a clock clockULte clockLate
Late tonight Pratt and his colleague colleaguePILES colleaguePILPOjCCRI colleagueCl1t11
PILES PILPOjCCRI riREO U I > R TO toI 14 HAYS IJA T TrAtO
I 1 rAtO > AZO AZ PINTMBXT OInl IT U gturBntrert tn cure any anytsisot ny nyie lYaeof
tsisot ie aeof of Iteblnir Blind fll lerdlnc rdln or Protruding
1 Files Fllea IUI III 9 10 j U d da or money mone refunded We iccri4 c cI
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MAQJJISE MAQJJISECIGARETTES MA QUISE
CIGARETTES CIGARETTESof I
of ofa a vintage vintageJohn
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John J Murphy had hada a falling out over overthe overthe
the matter of calling a general strike strikeMurphy lItrikeIIUrphr strikeMurphy
Murphy has said for two days that a ageneral agenem ageneral
general genem IIUrphr strike was coming and Pratt PrattHas Pratthas Pratthas
Has insisted that the order is being held heldin heldIn heldin
in abeyance As a matter of act the thegrievance the1 the1grievance J Jgrievance
grievance committee of the Central CentralLoibor Clntrall Centraltabor
Labor Union has indorsed Murphys Murphysaction MurphysI I Iaction
I action and backed tip Murphy in his hisstatement hisatatoment
statement that a general sympathetic sympatheticstrike I
strike has been ordered orderedlim ordoredUm orderedurn
urn H Healy aly ot New York national presi president pre preMdent i ident ¬
dent of the stationary firemen flremlnMt sat tonight toniehtin tonightin I
in a restaurant patronized by tho strik striking striking trlk trlkIng ¬
ing motormen and conductors conauctorsond and nd issued issuedthreats IlIuXIthrea18 issuedthreats
threats He said ha h was lLS waiting until untilthe Imtllthe untilthe
the company tom eny began running its cars withreasonable withreasonable with VIlihrellOnable
reasonable regularity < then he would wouldensp wouldanp ouldsr
ensp sr p his fingers ssd nd tho company would wouldhave wouirJhave wou1 wou1have
have no firemenlh firemen fireg1lnIhflrst ftregienlhs
lh Ihflrst lhs first public move toward tow rd arranging arrangingtho
tho differences diff renoes bctwdn the P R T 1 ana anathe andthe anUthe
the strikers strlk rs was started tonight at a ameeting ameetJngof ameeting
meeting meetJngof of mlnisf rs and laymen at a tho thoHotel tho1I0tel theI
I Hotel Walton Ihe participants particl JIU1t II repre represented represnted represented ¬
sented practically all of tho religious dp dpnominations denominations donominations
nominations In tin th city They met in inresponse inrsponse
response to A call issued by the th Inter InttrChurch In InterChurch r rChurch I
Church Federation Bishop Wilnon WlllOnof WlllOnofth of oftha ofthe
the th Methodist Episcopal Church presided prnidodArchllillhop presidedArchbishop presidedArchbishop
Archbishop Ryan was as invited to attend attendbut attendbut attendbut
but didnt didntHivaral dldntIhveral didntSweral
Hivaral plans were suggested which whichmight whichmhrht whichmight
might I lead ad to a settlement of the strike strikeand strikeand strikeand
and resolutions rO > ware adopted as Is the theway thedJI theay
way dJI of meetings Copies will bo sent senttoday lIenttoday senttoday
today to President Krugtr of the P R T Tand Tand Tand
and to tho leaders lead tors of the strikers strikersAB
AB matters stand P I R T 1 officials are arenot amnot arenot
not in the mood to entertain suggestions suggestionslooking sugltestionslooking suggestionslooking
looking toward a compromise The com company oompany cornpany ¬
pany roperted today its statement that thatthra thatth thatLhrs
thra th ra was Absolutely nothing to arbitrate arbitratetart arbitrntethrt arbitratethrt
thrt It was In tho light to stay and that thatit
it would spend every evef cent it has rather ratherthan mtherthan ratherthan
than l b bt dictated to toThe toThe toThe
The luckless lock 1 Fencibles were not required requiredto
to leave their armory today and It is not notlikely notlikely notlikely
likely that the battalion will be asked to tosero tolIerve toservo
servo again Their major Thurber T TRrazer TBrazer TBrazer
Brazer feels pretty acre about the way the theauthorities theauthoritie8 theauthorities
authorities slammed them without sea seasoning 6 seationing Il Il8Onlng ¬
soning into tho hottest fight of the strike strikeIt
It won like netting up a circus in a asmall allmall asmall
small town to tOMnd send uo there there1 paid the theMajor theIajor theMajor
Major angrily People came from every everypart evcrypartorthcltytoua everyparlof
part partorthcltytoua parlof of thecity tease us uaandnalted and = dal waited d hoping hopingthere hopingthere hopingthere
there would be a scrap It was folly to toexpect toexpect 1 1expect
expect a handful of men to keep a crowd crowdof crow crowof l lof
of that oizo in control controlNever controlNever 1
Never Raid the Malor slowly raising raisinghia
bin right hand h nd again againPKNHOSK anlnPEIIIOSE againPENnOSE
PKNHOSK AChED TO MEDIATE MEDIATEWASUINOTOX MEDIATEWASHINOTOX cEDIATBWAIIUINOTOof
WASUINOTOX Fob 23 23SJnator Sinator P Pen n nroEO I Iroro Iroao
roEO has been asked to become mediator mediatorbetween mediatorbet mediatorbetween
between bet n tho employers and the employee employeein
in the Philadelphia street tltr Et car c r etnkdelegation mtnkdele etnk tnkodelegation > >
delegation dele tion of labor leaders from Phila Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadeiphla ¬
delphia called calledon on him Into t last night nightIhe nlltht1he nightlbs
lbs Senator said this afternoon that thattho thattho thatthe
tho representatives reprefllnt tives of the labor unions unionswho unionsho unionssho
who ho talked ftith IU him had naked him to tolook tolook tolook
look into the situation end had h d com complained cpmplained pmplalned ¬
plained of the treatment they had re received received rocelvod ¬
ceived from the police policeTho policeTho policeThe
Tho Senator has not riven the delega delegation rtelegatlon dolegation ¬
tion an answer He has had several iieveraltalks sevoraltalks severaltalks
talks with them by telephone today and andexplained andexplalnfd andexplained
explained this afternoon that the delega delegation dcle dcletlon dolegation ¬
tion had not fully outlined to hint what whatHtepa whatteps whatsteps
steps they desired him to take in the themutter themltt thematter
mutter mutterThe mltt matterThe r rIll
The Ill Senator nator is not quite ql te clear whether whethertho
tho labor leaders would have him sit as asan 811an asan
an arbitrator of the troubles or merely merelyattempt merelyattempt merelyattempt
attempt to get tho consent conlltn of the em employers tmployers employers ¬
ployers for an arbitration of differences differencesCALLED difterenoesCALLEI differencesCALLED
CALLED > TO ARMS IX i riTTSnURO riTTSnUROPrrrsBunn PITTSDUROPITTSDuno rirranusoPirrenuno
PrrrsBunn Feb 33 23Evef Every National NationalGuard NationalOuard NationalGuard
Guard armory in Pittsburg was wa crowded crowdedtonight crowdedtonight crowdedtonight
tonight with members of the militia militiawho militiawho militiawho
who expected to be called to start for forPhiladelphia forPhiladelphia forPhiladelphia
Philadelphia before daybreak daybreakMany daybreakMany daybreakMany
Many of the men spent tonight rolled rolledin
in blankets on thefloors of the armories armoriesSeveral annorlesSeveral armoriesSeveral I
Several hundred more men were cent centyesterday nentye centyesterday
yesterday ye terday evening to Phloadelphla to totake totake totake
take the place of the striking trolleymen trolleymenfrom
from the theLagenq agency at 200 00 West Thirty Thirtyfourth Thirtyfourth Thirtyfourth
fourth street streetr IItreetJTllE streetFtTlIEI
r JTllE AT II EK KTEftSEXLISTEl IJERS ELIiTIJ ELIiTIJIn
In Ildiatt hatt of Two 31e11 n ho Ns Say TlIr They Nrre NrreInjttstlx ne nenJustly ereInjustly
Injttstlx Arrrttttl and Mugged MugcrdThe MuggedThe lueCldThe
The Rev Luke E Evers of St Andrews AndrewsRoman AndrewsRoman AndrewsRoman
Roman Catholic Church was 18 in tho Tombs Tombscourt Tombscourt Tombscourt
court yesterday yest y in the interest ot 0 two twoof twoof twoof
of his parishioners who he said were werevictims werevictims werevictims
victims of police abuse He said he would wouldappeal wouldcppeaJ wouldappeal
appeal to Mayor Oaynor OaynorThe OaynorThe flaynorThe
The men were Joseph Mullen and his hisbrother hiltbrother hisbrother
brother Jerome of 31 Fourth street streetBrooklyn IItreetBrooklyn streetBrooklyn
Brooklyn who together with Harry B BSenft BSenft flSenit
Senft a brick dealer at S0 s Stanton street streetwere IItreetwere streetwere
were accused of extortion by Louis Klosh Kloshof Klo h hof
of the Yorkvllle brick works Klosh Kloshsaid KloehMid Kioshsaid
said he got a letter from Senft threaten threatening threatening ¬
ing to poison the firms horses if he didnt didntget didntget didntget
get SSOO SSOOKlosh 100Klosh 500Kiosh
Klosh handed ten 110 10 marked bills billsto
to Senft in the latter stable and De Detectives Detectives Detectivee ¬
tectives Thomas and Curry errested errestedSentt errestedSenlt arrestedSenit
Sentt The Mullens who ho were in the thestable thestable thestable
stable also were made prisoners Magis Magistrate Maltistrate Magistrate ¬
trate Krotel held them in 1000 bail for forexamination forexamlntlon forexaminetion
examination examinationI
I Intend to got bonds for the Mullens Mullensand Mullensand Mullensand
and lay their case before the Mayor Mayorsaid Mayorsaid Mayorsaid
said the Rev Father Even EvenMy EversMy EvensMy
My information Is that they were wereIn wereIn werein
In Senfts place to collect a bill and had hadno badno hadno
no connection with the offence charged chargedI
I know them and vouch for their char cfiarAfter characters characters
acters actersAfter actersAfter
After being locked up at Headquarters Headquartersthey
they were placed on a pedestal estal before beforeISO
150 masked detectives and Insulted and andaccused andaccused andaccused
accused of crimes Their pictures were weretaken werstaken weretaken
taken too
FURLONGS TRIAL IS S BEGUN BEGUNDItOttKLY I IDlIOf1UV IliIWPILV
DItOttKLY MAfHSTRATK WHO WHOis 110 110IS
is AcctSKit or tittArrii tittArriiItrElni UM1TIWlinn 1ItrIGlltnesa
lltnesa linn ItrElni Story Stor of Kraft rrt Arrange Arrangement Arrnlrnlrnt Arrangetuent ¬
ment and Knlnrnuent f litinRreement litinRreementCourts UlsaKrrrtllrntC ItsagreetltefltCourts
Courts C urts Liberal Ruling a to Evi EIdtnleJuf LvideneeJury Evidence ¬
dence dtnleJuf Jur > tatter Close Guard UuardPolice GuardPolice uard uard101lco
Police Magistrate Henry J 1 Furlong Furlongwas
was placed on trial yesterday before bcforwJustice befoftJustice beforeJustice
Justice Kapper and a jury jur In tho Supreme SupremeCourt SupremCo SupremeCoUrt
Court Co rt in Brooklyn on ona a charge of accept accepting acceptIng accept1mg ¬
ing a bribe of S18M IIG Furlong was In Indicted Indicted indicted ¬
dicted last October and balled bal d in the sum sumof sumof sumof
of 3000 OOO after an examination by Justice JusticeCrane JusticeCrane JttsticeCrane
Crane sitting as a committing Magis Magistrate Magistrate Magistrate ¬
trate lIe i 18 represented by W Bourke BourkcCockran BourkeCockran BourkeCockran1
Cockran Henry M Ooldfogle and Martin MartinT
T Manton MantonAfter Mant IantonAfter n nAfter
After the jury had been completed completedlate
late in the afternoon District Attorney AttorneyClarke AttorneyClarke AttorneyClarke
Clarke made the opening address In which whichho
ho reviewed the charges against Furlong Furlongand Jourlongand Furlongand
and enlightened the jurors on phases of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the case brought brou t out by previous in investigations Investigation Investlgationts ¬
vestigations Thin testimony purports purporUto pUrpor pUrporto
to show that the defendant as presiding presidingMagistrate presidingMagistrate presidingMagistrate
Magistrate In the Gates avenue court courtentered courtentered courtentered
entered Into n 1 working agreement with wlttiJacob withJacob vlthJacob
Jacob J OoUhelf GlheJ a 1 law lw clerk cerk residing residingin rldln rldlnIn
in Corona fj I I I whereby they were to tcdo todo todo
do a joint bonding business Belling Reing bal balto bai ballto
to persons arraigned in the court colrt It I t i icharged is ischarged I Ichargld <
charged that the 16 16G 1oe6 66 is the third part parlof partof
of a fee exacted cxcttd by Gotthelfs Oothels sister sisterthe 81sterthe sisterthe
the late Florence Joloreno Arnstein who acted at atthe a ak akthe
I the dummy bondsman also llso that the thef Thepreperty2 tinproperty
f property propertym 823 Olenmore Olenmor avenue aVlnueolered aVlnueoleredas avenueoffered avenueofferedas oTerc < l las
as security was Wil purchased d by Furlong Furlonjand Furlongand
and loaned loned to Mrs Arnstcin Arnstin for bonding bondlnjpurposes bondingpurpss bondIngPurposes
purposes purposesAt purpss purpssthe Purposestt
At the investigation before rQf JnMioCrane JnMio JtIC JtICrnl 7isticeCrane
Crane rnl Gotthelf Gothtlf and his lill sister slaer testified testifiedto tCllt ed edto
to these te things tings Her death has weakened weakenedthe eakenedthe
the prosecutions prosecutons case cas Other charge chargemade chargs chargsmde chargesmisdo
made mde by Gotthelf at various vaious times Ume but bulnot butnot butnot
not embodied in the issues IUt1 now bing bingtrie beingtried being beingtried
have to do with alleged
tried trie an alrged con consplracy conspiracy
splracy whereby wberb Furlong through thrugh Ootthell Ootthellgave Otthllf Otthllfgave Ootthelfgave
and de decided decide docided
various
gave cases Ces to lawyers lawyer ¬
cided cide them in favor of the clients clents for a aconsideration acnaiderton aconsideration
consideration considerationThe
cnaiderton cnaidertonThe
The testimony ttimony yesterday yestery had hd to do dowith dowit dowith
with wit the arrangements and the working workingout
out of the agreements amemen18 which led up to tothe t tothe
the alleged aleed acceptance accptce of the bribe bribeJustice bribeJutce bribeJustice
Justice Jutce Kapper ruling that evidence tend tending tendIng tendIng ¬
ing to show Ihow KapPr any undue Intimacy Intmacy between betweenthe betweente
the parties was admi admissIble admissIbleGotthelfs ible ibleGotthelf ibleGotthell
te Gotthelf Gotthell prt a testimony tstmony was mostly moty a Rrepetition areptJUln arepetition
repetition of what he b hid hd told tld before beforeHe befor beforeHe
reptJUln
He told how Magistrate Magistrat Furlong had hadfirst hadrs hadfire
first rs broached brched the subject subjet to t him at n ncasual ncsul acasual
casual csul meeting metng In the Ozone Park Prk station stationof staton statonof
of the Long Island Islad Railroad Rir That Thatwas It ItW811 flintwas
was In 1003 113 Gotthelf Oothelf Bays sys that during duringthe
the next year their plans plns were running runningsmoothly rlmnlnl rimmingsmoothly
smoothly that tt David Hrchfeld Ilirschfleld a lawyer lawyerof
of 109 0 oa Broadway Brodway Brooklyn Brookly was hand handling handlng handling ¬
ling the cases CI thrown in their way by byrlong b bFurlong
lng
Furlong rlong and that half of the fee fe which whichHirschfleld wblchHlrlhfeld whic whicHirschfield
Hirschfleld Hlrlhfeld gave to him for getting gettng the thecase thecaSl thecase
case caSl was split splt gve with Furlong FurlongWhen JourlongWhen FurlongWhen
When court adjourned Gotthelf had hadcome hadcome hadcome
come to the point pint whore Furlong 1rlong is charged chargedwith charRe chargedwith
with wih becoming b > mlng dlwatisfied dilatsfild with wih Hirsch Hirschfleld Hrch Hrchfeld Hirschfield ¬
field feld who it seems was as retaining rtlnin 55 55per 1 55per
per cent ct of th the ui fee fe Instead Insld of making makingan miking mikingan
an equitable euitble division dvision on a 50 per cent centbasis cnt centbasis
basis bls Then T e Rutherford Uuthorfor W V pr Kathan Kathanthe Kathanthe Katlianthe
I the man who was wa convicted of bribery briberyand bribr briberyand
and later got a new trial by the Court Courtof CourtAppeal
of Appeals was wa substituted sub ttut for Hirsch Hlrschfleld llnh llnhfeldacording Hirschfield
field feldacording according to tothe the witness wltDM and the thowhacking thewhcckinl thewhacking
whacking whcckinl up went more to the ratisfac ratisfaction eatisfacFtion atsfac atsfacr
Ftion tion ton of the Magistrate MagistrateOottholf Malistrate MalistrateOotthel MaiistrateI
r I Oottholf Ootthel claims clims tilt that this continued continueduntil contnued contnuedunt continuedi
i until unt Furlong Furong allowed alowed him to become bome the thogoat tbegot theI
I goat got In the Louis LuiR Wolfo Wolo cone Ce in con connection connecton connectton ¬
nection necton with yrithwhtch li which Kathan was wa sent sentup sentupand sentupand
up upand upand and in other matters Smarting Smartingunder Hmartnl tlmartinunder
under this nocalled Icled desertion dfertlon Gotthelf Gotthelftold < iotthetold otthclrtold
told a story to Charles Charlel J McDermott MoDcrmottchairman llcDermott llcDermottchairman McDermottchairman
chairman of the grievance Irlevance committee committeeof committ
of the Brooklyn Brokly Bar Dr Association Asciation and andan andan
an investigation Inveigtion was begun begunThe begunThe begunThe
The jury jur was locked up U last night In Inthe Inthe inthe
the Clarendon Hotel ana an will wi be kept keptin
in confinement cnfnement until untl the trial Is ended endedIt end endI
It I is composed of o Oscar Osr I Lyon < yon clerk cerk
303 3 Franklin avenue David Dvid P Byron Byrondecorator Byrondeortor Byrondecorator
decorator deortor 1713 12 East Est Twelfth street streetRobert stret stretI streetI
I Robert Robrt Archer porter 330 3 Bergen Brgen street streetGeorge stret streetleorge
George Grge P WhIte Whit > bank clerk cerk 380 3 Ninth Ninthstreet Nint NInthstreet
Iltret street Frank Frk J Jllartl Marshall chess ches champion championrne championg12
912 Greene rne avenue Alfred Alrld J Larwill Lri clerk
002 0 Hancock Hfck street stret Joseph JOlh E Williams Williamsbutcher Wiiams Wiiamsbuther Williamsbutcher
butcher buther 22 Eat Et Third street IItret J Jn H Reck Recknegel Recknegel Recknegel
negel 223 2 East Et Ninetnth Nineteenth street John JohnD
D Specht Spht dry dr goods gos 300 3 Hart street streetRobert strt strtRobrt streetRobert
Robert Robrt II I Channlng Chnning merchant 524 524Schermerhorn SHShermerhorn 524hernierhorn
Schermerhorn Shermerhorn street strt Louis H Watson Watsonhardware Watn Watnhardware Watsonhardware
hardware 1735 13 Fortyfourth street stret and andJohn andJohn andJohn
Twentyninth Twentyninthatreet John H I lever street salesman 151 East EastTwentyninth Est EstTwentyninth EastTwentyninthatreet
n i i i icrVVlVCfMU
crVVlVCfMU STIU STlI AT T IT ITMnr1 ITlnfrOdt ITsdneesrOIde
Mnr1 sdneesrOIde lnfrOdt r rOI < U ant Buy nU Whl ih1akcy hik ke > forIthtr forFather for forIalhrr
Father Ithtr If I This Policeman Polernul linonn nonl II IICharles itCharles
Charles Chrle Cunningham the thl he policeman policemanwho plceman plcemanwho
who woe wnl transferred tlnsferred from The Bronx Bronxmounted Bronxmountd Bronxmounted
mounted mountd squad to a patrol ptrol beat bt in the theEldndge theEldridg theEldridge
Eldndge Eldridg street strt precinct for his surplus surplusof Rurlul Rurlulof
of zeal znl In making excise excll Directs I TS t con continued continued contirmued ¬
tinued his crusade crde yesterday yestrdy in Estex EstexMarket Eex EexM EseexMarket
Market M rket court He h hld hid < jd Anthony Morse Morsea
a bartender nt lt GO G O Delancey street root and andJacob andJacob andJacob
Jacob Bronsteln Hrontln a bartender 1rtnder nt ntBroome 23 23Broome Zt ZtBroome
Broome street fttret held htld in s 500 00 baIl b i a piece apie apiefor apiecsfor piecefor <
for trial tral in Special Sessions SessionsBroimtoln Ssion SsionBronstin So ionm ionmBronstoin
Broimtoln Bronstin was washeld held on a new charge cf cfselling dsoing cfselling
selling soing liquor lquor to a minor this while whio he hewas heW liewas
was W out on parole as a a result resul of Cunning Cunninghams Cunnlngham Cunninghams
hams case CI against agint him of last Sunday SundayOn
On Tuesday Tuey Bronstein allowed alopd nlne nlneyoarold nll nllyoarold ntpeyearold
yoarold Morris Mors Blom of 143 13 Forayth Foraythstreet Forsyth8tief3t or yth ythstrt
street strt to carry crry away a quart of whiskey whiskeyfor
for his father Young Morris Morrs happened happenedto hpPne
to meet Cunningham Cnnnghm outside the saloon Mtloouand saloonand 11001
and was W8ed led back bck to point out the man manwho manho manwho
who ho had sold the liquor to him himEdgar himEdgr himEdgar
Edgar Edgr Famngton Farngton agent agnt for the Gerry Gerrysociety OerT Gerrysociety
society aciety who appeared for the boy ccm ccmplainant cempllnnt ccrnplainant
plainant pllnnt yesterday yesterdy app1r waived tho original originalcharge orlghalchrgo originalchargo
charge against Bronstein Bronstin whichaiso con concorned cancereda concorned
chrgo aginst
corned cereda a minor and on tho testimony tstimony of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the boy bad him held for trial tral on the thoTuesday th thTew theTuesday
Tuesday Tew case caseWant cs csnt caseWant
Want nt More I re Police Pnlee In Flatliuili FlatliuiliFirst FJtbal FlatbisIiFirst
First Deputy Dputy Police Polce Commissioner CommissionerBugher CommissionerBugher CommissionerBugher
Bugher was before the Grand Jury JUf in inBrooklyn InBrooky InBrooklyn
Brooklyn Brooky yesterday for mora nlO18 than thn en enhour enhour n nhour
hour having been ben summoned before Itefnrethat Ilfnre Ilfnretht beforethat
that tht body boy to explain why hy better bettr police policeprotection polce polceproteton policeprotection
protection proteton should Ihould not be extended extende to toFlatbush toFlatbuah toFlatbush
Flatbush The he Taxpayers Taxpyers Association Associationof Alllltion Alllltionof
of the district recently renty forwarded foared a com complaint complaint cornplaint ¬
plaint to the Grand Jury Juryin In regard to the thelack thelack thelack
lack of police plce protection protecton and the whole11e wholesite whole wholesale ¬
sale housebreaking hOUebrklng and robberies
1 No clothes cothes made to order here models modelshave modelshave modelshavc
have been be n so perfected that our readyto readytowear readyto
I
Iwear wear garments have all the features of the themadetoorder themadetoorder themadetoorder
madetoorder sortvexcept sort xcept the extreme cost costSpring costSpring costSpring
Spring Overcoats and Suits are ready 18 to 45 4 45tr I
0 f c tr U l f
UK UKIrgrtl MXWF4YLOr M4XWIL1 M4XWIL1Irged FI I Il
Irgrtl l rf New School Then Te Foment It Ilrl Ilrlc1 itIrts itIrtsc1al Prin Principal ¬
cipal c1 Fined Fomalcm FlnedO4 SOO for BeableJeb 0IJeob hoMing HoldacRupert Ilofdl IlofdlRupr hoMingRupert
Rupert Rupr B Thomas Tm School Shl Commis Commissioner Comls Comlssloner Comnilasloner ¬
sloner from frm Queens Quens came cme cameas aa I near ner to die disputing di dieputlng ¬
putlng the veracity vra 1 of ofClty City Cty Suprntndent SuprntndentMaxell Superintendent SuperintendentMaxwell euperintendentMaxwell
Maxwell yesterday t 1 s one can do end endBtill wdBUll andstill
BUll be within parliamentary prlamentry rules rulesI i
I dont dot want wt to characterize crcrz Dr Max Maxwells Maxwetl ¬ I
wells ° e atttmenta statement as a falsehood falho but I Ideclare Idecllre Ideclare
declare decllre emphatically emphaUcUy that it was not In Inaccordance Inaccordance Inaccordance
accordance with wih the t facto fact said sid Mr MrThomas MrThoma MrThomas
Thomas Thoma at the t1e meeting meetng of the Board Br of ofEducation ofEducation I
Education Educton when the board bord waa WI discussing discussinga doUg i ia
a proposition propltoQ to ask the Board Bord of Esti Estimate Etl1 Etl1mate Estimate ¬
mate for S4000000 100 for feTsltes fo sites and schools schoolsMr shool 1 1Mr
Mr Thomas as one of the committee committeeon 1 1on
on sites had recommended that tt cmmtt J4000CO J4000CObo 400 400000 400000beaske4 I
bo blke beaske4 asked for a new high hg school schol for Flush FlushIng FluhI FluhIIng Flushlag
Ing Dr Maxwell Maxwel argued IrRue against rglnet this thissaying thl thissaying
saying that thlt Flushing o1ualng did d d not need ned a new newhigh newhh newhigh
high hh h school schoolI Ichool
I am unable to account ccunt for the die dishonorable dl dlhonrble diehonorable ¬
honorable honrble methods the City Ct Superintend Superintendent ¬
ent used ud against aginst me to defeat this th proj project project project ¬
ect said Mr Thomas when Dr Max Maxwell Mx Mxwel Maxwell ¬
well wel finished flnlhed his speech spch Dr Maxwell Maxwelltells Maxel Maxwelltells
tells tell you that a new high JJgh school Bhool in Flush FlushIng Fush FushIng Flush1mg
Ing la I not needed ne ed He once said ald that thlt a anew anew anew
new high school < was needed nede there and andwhen andwhen andwhen
when I asked eked him about It he wrote to tome tome tome
me denying that h he had said so 10 I will willread willreact i
read you a e report rport signed b by > Dr Maxwell Maxwellapproving Mxel Maxwellapproving
approving ap roving a new high school schoolHe Ichool Ichoolle echoolelie
He le did read rd the report Dr Maxwell Maxwellflushed Maxell Maxellflhed Maxwellflushed
flushed flhed and the other members sat up
in their seats leate Mr MoGowon Mcwa said no noquorum noquorum I
quorum was present prent and got Iot an ad adjournment ld ldjournment adjournment ¬
journment in the he midst midt of the Flushing Flushingmembers Fushng Fushngmembr8 Flushingmembers
members membr8 speech speechThe speechThe rh rhTheehmntsry
The Theehmntsry elementary schools Icholla committees committeesrecommendation commltees commlteesrecemmAndlton comnmlttesrecommendation
recommendation recemmAndlton tht Michael Devlin Devlinprincipal Dvln Dvlnprlnclp Devhinprincipal
principal J of otPtiblio PUblio Pblo School Sool8 8 at 29 O King Kingstreet Kg Kgstrt Ringstreet
street strt be fined fned J3 500for < > 0 for neglect of duty dutywas dutywas I Iwas
was adopted ndorte Th Thrport report said that tha the theprincipal theprincipal I Iprncip
principal prncip h hed Id d acted ea e a commissioner commissionerfor oommllioner oommllionerfor
for the condemnation condemnaton of land lnd for street streetopening strt strtopenlJltwhleln streetopenlpg
opening openlJltwhleln while In the te school srvic service The Thecommittee Thecommitt Thecommitteehad
committee committ committeehad had put him himon on n trial tral and he hehad hehd hehad
had pleaded p dcd guiltr u11t It l appeared that thatthe tat tatthe thatthe
the principal prcipl had been Dn oen a condemnation condemnationcommissioner Ondemnaton Ondemnatoncommllloner cgndemnatloncommissioner pp
commissioner commllloner for several aell years yers and hid hu hadreceived hidreceived
received recived more than thln17O 17000 from the city cit citin
in addition to h his pay as school ehool principal principalMr prncpl prncplMr
Mr Metz objected obJec py to letting lettng him down dow downa6
a6 6 ely I think tnk the man mn should ahod be bedismissed b bedismissed
dismissed dlsmllo from the service serlo of the schools schoolshe sool
he said Rd We cannot cnnot afford to have hve such suchthings suchthings
8uc
things tlnl done in our ou department deprent and End we weshould W Whould weshould
should make rn In example of this thi man manA manA manA
ments mentsAbraham men18Abrham mentsAbraham A man cannot enot draw drw pay p from frm two depart departments deprt deprtmen18 departments ¬
Abraham Abrham Stern Stm said sd that the Board B of ofEducation 01Eucton ofEducation
Education Eucton was wa not a city ct department de rment ac according according accordingto ¬
cording to the thecliarterend Charter Carr end a person rson could couldbe ould ouldbe
be employed there and in a city depart department department department ¬
ment if he had hd time tme A Supreme Buplme Court CourtJudge CourtJudge CourtJudge
Judge appointed him commissioner ommiloner of ofappraisal ofapprlsISld ofappraIsal
appraisal aPrln laid Mr M Stem StemDid Ster StemDid
apprlsISld Did the te Supreme Court Cu Judge know knowDevlin ko koDvlin knowDevlin
McGowrn McGowrnYes McOn Devlin Dvlin was wa a school schol > aYee principal prcipl asked Iked Mr MrMcGowrn MrMcOn MrMcGownn
Yes he had Mr Devlins Devln8 affidavit amdvt be before b before ¬
fore him himThe hlmThe
hm hmThe
The meeting decided decded to t accept acpt the com committees commitee coinmittees ¬
mittees mitee report reportThe reportThe
The Dental Dntl reprt reprtThe Hygiene Hygene Council Councl requested requestedpermission requet requestedpermission
permission prmlMlon to send competent comptnt cot petent dentists dentiststo detl18 detl18tothe dentiststothe
to tothe tothe the De D Witt Clinton Clnton High 1gh School Shool the theWashington theWuhingn theVeshIngtn
Washington Wuhingn Irving Irig High HI h8hool School for forGirls forOirls forGirls
Girls and a doten dOIQ elementary Iemtr schools Ichools to tomake tomake tomake
make an examination of thteeth of the thepupiUi thepupil thepupilts
pupiUi pupil with wit te the he object objet of establishing etsblshlng
dental dentl clinics clinlo in the schools The re request requet request ¬
quest quet was WI granted
1UtIVRS J1AIfIiIIURST 1 ADVISES ADVISESBaker G GAYXV1If GAYXV1Iffaker IJnn IJnnnker
Baker and Schralttberser Sehmltbrstr Also Ato Call Cal to toTalk toTlik toTalk
Talk Tlik Police Potte Reorganization ReorganizationOne ralzatn ralzatnOne
One of the callers cllers on o Mayor MyorOayor MyorOayorat Gaynor Gaynorat
at the City Hall Hal yesterday yetery was the Rev RevDr Rv RvDr BevDr
Dr Charles Cbarlel H Parkhurat Parkurst The Te two twotalked twotalke twotalked
talked talke together togther for for nearly nearl an hour mostly mostlyon
on police plice matters maters The Theilayor Mayor intimated intimatedthat Intmat
that he had h asked ake Dr Parkhurat to drop dropin dp dpIn
in and see s him because bw knowing knowig how howthorough howtborugh howthorough
thorough tborugh a student the clergyman clergan clergy tan had badbeen hadbn hadbeen
been bn of police polce conditions condition lhe he thought thoughtthat thoughtthat thoughtthat
that lie might get some Ir pointers Plurs pointers useful usefulin uful ufulIn
in mapping out oJt opt plans pl for lot the therrgalz reorganisa reorganization ¬
tion of ofthePol otthePoikeDpartzxerit otthePoikeDpartzxeritCommissIoner the Police Department DepartmentCommissioner Dprtmnt DprtmntCmmilone
Commissioner Cmmilone Baker Bker and Inspector InspectorSchmittberger Inpr Inpr8hmlttberger In poctor poctorSchmittberger
Schmittberger 8hmlttberger also had ha Utk talks with ib the theMayor theMAor theMayor
Mayor Inspector lnptor McCafferty Yc < ry was w sent sentfor snt sntfor sentfor
for but the Mayor Myor did not find fnd time tm to tosee tohim toseehim
see seehim seehimMayor him himMayor
Mayor Myor Gaynor Oayol said be had ha discussedpolice al discussed ticussedpolice
police polc conditions oondlton in a general gneral way wa with withDr wit withDr
Dr Parkhurst Pkutt Commissioner Cmmllioer Baker Bker and andInspector andInspor andInspector
Inspector Schmittbergen Smitrr just jut as a he had hadbeen hd hdbn hadbeen
Inspor
been bn doing for the last lt three tn three weeks wek with withother wit withother
other heads of the Police Pollo Department Departmentand Dprnt Dprntand
and citizens citz who were in I a position to togive togive togive
give advice adviceAsked advic adviceAsked Piton
Asked Aked when the public publo might expect expectsome expe t tIme tacme
some Ime announcement announcment concerning ccring the thefuture thefutur thefuture
future futur of the department depment Mayor Iyor Gaynor Gaynorsaid OAor OAorId Gaynorsaid
said Id he was as not prepared to answer answerHe allwer allwerHe answerHo
He that prspr the whole
explained matter mattr of ofpolice otplce ofpolice
police plce conditions had to be carefully carefullythought carefuUythought carefullythought
thought out and ad he did not intend to allow allowhimself alo allowhimself
himself himsl to bo b hurried hurriedCommissioner hurrie hurriedCommissioner
Commissioner Cmmlloner Baker Bker waa at Head Headquarters Hed Hedqurrs Headquarters ¬
quarters qurrs yesterday YMtery for the first Jt time timesince timeBlnce timesince
since he went to Atlantic Atanto City for for his hisvacation hisvactlon hisvacation
vacation vactlon ten days ago He said he was wastemporarily wastemporariy wastemporarily
temporarily temporariy out of touch t ucb with wih policeaffairs police policeaffair polc
affair lalrs As A to his hi call cn ll at the City Ci lull lllhe lllhed1id Hallb Hallbziald he hesaid
said d1id he thought it his duty to report to tothe tothe tothe
the Mayor after of tl his Ila absence abnce abnceI absenceI1Tl repr 4 4DEATH
DEATH I Til LAID I TO Tt rfritJlfYO rfritJlfYOMajor cirnzsxaMaor I BlO BlOor
Major or ami ant District Attorney Inquire Inlulro Into Intollanos IntoIluos intoIlaaos
llanos Iluos Case CasrAssistant CseAllstnt CaseAssistant
Assistant Allstnt District Dstrict Attorney Rubin went wentto wentto wentto
to the City Hall Hal yesterday by request reuet to tobe tobe
1 be present at the hearing of a a l9Hin l9Hinwhich fiuin fiuinwhich
which the death dtth of a young Italian ltlaail is isattributed Isattributed
attributed by one complainant complinant to a police policeclubbing polc policeclubbing
clubbing There have been b a great gret many mny
letters letter at the Mayors Mayrs office omc recently from frompersons frompersons frompersons
persons who have been bn encouraged by byrecent byrent byrecent
recent rent occurrences to tell tel stories of bru brutality brutUty brutality ¬
tality tUty on the th part of policemen plcemen The Thepresent Theprent Thepresent
present inquiry Inquf arose from one of these theseletters theseletter theseletters
letters lettersThe letterThe lettersThe
The information was to the effect flect that thaian thatanlt1Ian
an anlt1Ian Italian named nme Basso Bul was clubbed clubb In Ina Ina ina
a certain certin saloon sloon last lt June by a policeman policemanwho polceman polcemanwho
who place placeIIEEV placeIfEt placeIn entered enter to break brekup up a fight fght In the theplace te teplace theplace
J
IIEEV IfEt In lDICTMETS IIICTJIETS READY READYliber Rl4Dnlher 1W4DCulver
Culver EPaean I E lpn PaganHas Has lallrepred Prepared Forms for forInipertlon forInlpeCton forInspection
Inspection InlpeCton In Washington WashingtonCHJCAOO iaiMngtenCIIJCAO0 ashlnlrtonCIJCAOO
CHJCAOO CIJCAOO Feb 33 Indictment sIdlctment forms formswere formswere formswere
were today prepared prepred by b Oliver E Pagan Paganspecial Pagn Pagnspecil Paganspecial
special specil AttorneyGeneral AttorneGneral against the theNational theNationl theNational
National Nationl Packing Pcklng Company Cmpa and ten tn sub subildlnry IUb su sutidiary
ildlnry tdlr concerns concem in connection with the theinvestigation tbeivetgaton theInvestigation
investigation ivetgaton of the packing pcking Industry Industrynow Indutfnow
now being big made by the Federal Feeral Grand GrandJury OrandJUf GrandJury
Jury JUf These Tbee forms formlwl will be taken to toWashington toWachlngtn toWachington
Washington Wachlngtn and there thee examined exaine by b the theAdministration theAdmlltraton theAdmlnictratlon
Administration Admlltraton officials omci before being bing given givento nn nnto
to the Grand Ord Jury JuryThe Jur1Te JuryThe
The Te Indictment forms do not include includeArmour Inlude IncludeArmour
Armour Arour A Co C Swift Swlt A Co and Morris MorrisCo Morri
Co against againstwhomtheinvectigatlon whom the Investigation mvetlgaton was waaoriginally wasoriginally a I
originally orginaly said td t tobeabned be b aimed aied The Thofirms firms fr that thatare tht thtIre thatare
are Ire named name in the forms form are the G H Ilmj Ham Hammond Hammond ¬
mond Company Compny Michigan Mlhl an AngloAmeri AngloAmerican ¬
can cn Provision 1rvl10n Company Compy Illinois Ilnois Omaha OmahaPacking Omah OmahaPackin
Packing P ckl Company CompnyIUnols Illinois United Unit Dressed DreescdBeef Drle DressedBeef
Beef Bf Company Cm pan New York St Louis LouisDressed Lulll LulllDrele IuisDressed
Dressed Drele Beef Bef and Provision Company Cmpny
Western Packing Company eompny Denver Cob Colorado Colo Cobrado ¬
rado Packing and Provision Proviion Company
Denver Dnver Pln1lngton PlankIngton Packing Company CompanyMilwaukee Cmpny CmpnyMiwauke CompanyMilwaukee
Milwaukee New York Butchers Dressed DressedMeat DresedIeat DressedMeat
Miwauke Meat Company New York Hammond HammondPacking HammondPacing HammondPacking
Packing Pacing Company Illinois IllinoisRumors ilnoIs ilnoIsUUtOI Iliinoisitumnors
Rumors UUtOI Compn about the Federal Ffer l Building Buildingto uldlng uldlngto
to the effect elect that the Grand Jury already alreadyhad alrdyhae
had hae voted these the Indictments and that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they would be returned before either eitherJudge eitherJudre eitherJudge
Judge Judre Carpenter or Judge Land Lndis Is within withinthe withintho withInthe
the next three weeks weks were not confirmed confirmedeither confrme confirmedeither
either by District Ditrict Attorney Attrney Sims or by
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his arslstant lstlnt b James Jame Wllkerson WllkersonThe Wikerson WikersonThe ViikernonThe
The object objet of the Government Ooverment Is said saidto sid sidto
to bo the dissolution dl81ution of the National NationalPacking NatIonalPacking ationl ationlPacking
Packing Company Cmpany The other concerns concernsIf oncrl
If I convicted convlote might mllbt suffer Rufer a maximum maximumpenalty maximumpnalty maximumpenalty
penalty of a 15000 o fine each eachPatrick eachPatrick eachPatrick
pnalty Patrick A Valentine who married mrried the thewidow tif thewidow
widow wido of P PO le L U > Armour ArJour ArpiourJr Jr Jran and was waaformerly wal wasformerly
formerly a director dirtor of Armour A Co Cohas Cohlbnub Cohas
has hlbnub been subpomacd to appear c before beforethe before1theicderai9ran
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Condition Conditon at t 150 n np upEy Easy Monthly Monty Paymentsn PaymentsSPECIAL Payments Payent PayentS PaymenbSPECIAL
PECIAL Piano Pial0 Safes Sa s are rare occurrences ocuence at Aeolian AeolianHall A AcolianHall olan olanHal
S SPECIAL Hall Hal When they are ae held they draw a very ver unusual unusualclass uuu unusualclass 1 1ca
class of ofpat patronage Musicians Musicans teachers techers critical crtic judges judgesof judge judgeof
of piano ca quality quaity onag appreciate a prec te that as a result reslt of the growing growingpopularity gowng gowngpopuarty growingpopularity
popularity of the PIANOLA Piano instruments i st ent are taken takenin
in market marketActually marketActualy marketActually exchange by usthat u tis that would otherwise otheri not n 1 be b uponthe uponthemarket upn upon the themarket themarket
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ply because becaue it is zs s a a bargain The element of risk rk usually usuallyattending uly ulyI ulyatending usuallyattending I
attending atending such purchases puch e is i what what they tbeydo do not like likeAt likeAt likeAt
At Aeolian Aeolan Hallthis Hal Ualltliisrisk th risk rk is i eliminated eliin elimin tedTe ted The standing standingof stdg t tof
of the Company and the broad guarantee gaantee covering overng each eachinstrument ech eachinstrument
instrument insrment assure asu to the purchaser absolute satisfaction satisfactionIf satifaction satifactionH j
If after ater the instrument lte t i is delivered dtv rd it should hoad not prove proveentirely proveentel proveentirely
entirely entel satisfactory atfacorm in every ever respect respct it may lay ay be b reted retedad returnedand returned returnedand
and ad whatever moaeyu momey has been paid pad will w be refunded refundedThe refded refdedTe refu d d dTJfe
The public publc has hacomto come to appreciate that no unworthy uworhy in instrument instrent instrurnent ¬
strument strent has ha a place in any Department Deparment at at Aeolian Aeola Halt HaltTHE Ha HaTHE Hallriw
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PACKERS PACKRS WITHHOLD BOOKS BOOKSREFUSAL BOOKSREFUSU BOOKSIWFIJS41
REFUSAL MAY VAl RESULT IX 1 CO COTEMIT COTET CON CONTEMPT
TEMPT PnOCEEDtXOS PnOCEEDtXOSFarther I CEEDlOSrlhu
Farther rlhu Oat O Outcome come Might Tie e Action Acd for forItUiolntlon for forntuolUUOD forIflesolnUon
ItUiolntlon or f Corporations C CorporationsQtirI CorporationsQtirIlion roratoasQun Ques Question ¬
lion ton as to toSistes Slate Blent to 0 Call al all for the theRecord te teRlordilelb theRecordSHeftith
Record Rlordilelb RecordSHeftith Health Authorities AutnrlUe to Act ActThd AeT ActtTh
tTh T Thd Corporation Crprion forp ratIon Trust Trt Company Cmpny of otNew otNewJery flew flewJersey New NewJersey
Jersey Jery an Incorporating Inoorportng agency a elq at ati atiJxc 1 1Exchange lExchange
Exchange Jxc ge place pJce Jersey Jery City did di not re respond respend ¬
spend lpnd yesterday 1estery aftemdon afm aft nidon to tabpn subpoenas subpoenasdirecting subgxsflasdirecting rj
directing diring It to produce puoebOn producebefore before the te Hudson Hudsoncounty Huo Huocouty Hudsoncounty
county Grand Ornd Jury Jur which is investigating investigatingcold
cold cl storage lltol conditions odlto records rcor and andbooks ad adbk andbooks
books bk of the National Natonal Packing Paking Company CompanyArmour Cmpy CmpyArou CompanyArmour
Armour Arou a Co C and the Nelson Nel Morris Morri Com Company C Cornpany ¬
pany of which three t concerns conom it la I the theNew theNew theNew
New py Jersey agent A fourth fou subpoena subpoenadirected subpna subpnadire subpcrnadirected
directed dire aplt against Fred F B Cooper Cpr agent agentof
of Swift Swif 4 Co C service Irlo of which whic was M ac acknowledged ackowle soknowledged ¬
knowledged kowle on o behalf hlf of oftho the te company oompa by byP b byP
P D Manchee Janchee auditor was wa also Ignored Ignoredmuch Igored Igoredmuch Ignoredmuch
much to the displeasure displeau of Prosecutor Ptor of ofthe ofthe f fthe
the Pleas Pierre Pier P Garven Oavo and members membersof membrs membrsof
of tho Grand Ornd Jury Ju
It I was said Ki at the Prosecutors Plcutorl office ofc that thatwhen tbathen thatwhen
when hen Detective Dtive Frank Fk Bennett Banett went wen to toSwift toSwi toSwift
Swift Swi C1 Cos office ofc at Henderson Hendern and Pro Provost P Provest ¬
vest Tot streets Itrets Jersey Jery City to serve IrO the telub sub subporna subprnna
porna pna on Cooper Cper he was wa refused refus admission admissionand amlllon amlllonandwaa
and andwaa was obliged to go away aaywlthout without ac accomplishing aocomplllhng accomplishing ¬
complishing complllhng oblg his mission mllon Bennett Bnett re reported n1 n1pr soported ¬
ported pr to Garven Oaren what had happened happne and andoil ad adoil andoil
oil was wa poured pour on the troubled trouble waters waterslater waterslater ate atelter
later lter by a promise Plmlse of Mr Manchee Hnche that if ifthn ifUIA Ifthe
the subpoena subpna was presented yesterday yesterdaymorning yest yesterdaymorning rday rdaymomlng
morning it would receive rlve due consldtrji consldtrjition cnsldu cnslduton
tion ton Bennett Dnnet made mae a secondtrln scnd 1rln and Mr MrMancheo MrMancho MrManchee
Mancheo Mancho acknowledged ackowleged service serviceSeconjl serviceSeconI rlo
Seconjl Assistant Aistant Prosecutor Precutor James JamesW Jame JameW J ames amesW
W SnJ McCarthy Mcrthy said sId last lat evenIng that thatProsecutor thatPrcutor thatProsecutor
Prosecutor Garven will lose no time In Inapplying Inapplynl inapplying
Oaren wi tme
applying applynl Prcutor to Supreme Court Justice JUlltC Swayre Swayrefor Swaye Swayefor
for an order In accordance acornce with a apro aprovision pro provision provision ¬
vision of the New Ne Jersey J rsey corporation corporationlaws cofPorton cofPortonJws
laws Jws compelling ompelng the four companies companiesto companleto
to prcduce their records recors In case oe of f oi oirefusal 1refull a areftumal
refusal refull Mr McCarthy sold sd the companies companiescanbe compnIes compnIescan companiescanbe
canbe can b held In contempt and ald proceed proceedings predInp ProceedIngs ¬
ings Inp will wU then bo begun begn bv the Prose Prosecutor 1rOe 1rOecutor Prosecuter ¬
cutor for the dissolution dis oluion of the corpo corporations crp corporations ¬
rations Mr McCarthy McCrthy explained eKplin that thatthe tht thtIhe thatthe
the State wants to see se all al the records recordsIncluding rords rordsIncluing recordsincluding
Including minutes of stockholders Itockolden meet meetings meetIng meetlags ¬
Incluing lags Ing meets menhB directors diretors meetings meetI1 and other docu docuB dou doumenh documeets
B H Slants Mantr assistant ulstant auditor of the theCorporation theCorraton theCorporation
Corporation Trust rt Company said yes yesterday yesterday e ¬
Compn
Corraton terday that the law lawd0 does not direct drect that thatthe thdthe thatthe
the tena minutes of directors dirtors meetings mltngll shall shallbe shl shallbe
be kept at the New Jersey Jery office omc of cor corporations corporations ocrporatfons ¬
porations and therefore the Prosecutor Prosecutorcannot Preutor Preutorcnnot Prosecutorcannot
cannot cnnot compel oompl their production pruction before beforethe beror beforethe
the Hudson Hudn county Grand Jury JuryThe J JChe JuryThe
The business buinel of the te Grand Oran Jury JU was wasInterfered wasinterfered as asInterfer
Interfered with wih yesterday yeteray afternoon ateroon by bycontempt byoontempt bycontempt
Interfer
contempt of court proceedings prodin against againstMayor againstMayor
Mayor George Gonzalez OOIIM of Hoboken Hobken apt aptMayor boi boifore b bo bofore
fore County Judge John A Blair B lr which whichnecessitated whlohnElate whichnecessitated
necessitated for Cnty the presence preence In court cout of ofJames ofJae ofJames
James nElate Jae B Throckmorton ChrkoTton foreman of the thejury theju thejury
jury ju and B James F Clark Clak the Grand GrandJury Ornd OrndJu GrandJury
Jury clerk Practically Praotully nothing was wasdone wudone wasdone
done Ju in the cod storage inquiry in con consequence conseuenc consequence ¬
sequence sequenceThe storr
seuenc The Grand Jury Jur will wi go into court cr to tomorrow tomorw tomorrow ¬
morrow afternoon sfternon for the purpose pur of ofhanding orhding ofhanding
handing morw hding up to Supreme Court Justice JustlcaSwayze Justc JusticeSwayze
Swayze Bwayz the true bills bUs which it voted vote on onFebruary ODJoebtaf onFebruary
February Joebtaf 18 to find against apint all alexceptln alexceptlnone excepting exceptingone
one of the directors dirtors of th the NationalPack NationalPacking NatonlPac National Pack Pack1mg ¬
ing Company as Individuals for con conspiracy conIplmq coaL coaLapmrnoy ¬
a
spiracy Inl CmJny In n keeping foodstuffs f str In cold coldstorage ooldstrag coldstorage
storage for months and years ears In order orderto
strag to secure sre the highest possible prl prlIt prices pricesIt
It was 1811 pointed polnle out yesterday yeetrday that tht < aa aathe aathe tie tiethe
the indictments Indictment will wi be b against aglnat the direct directtors dir direcitorn
tors as individuals the company cannot cannotaa cnnot cnnota cannotas
aa a a corporation cororton refuse compny to produce prOuce its itsrecords Itsrr itsrecords
records before the Grand Ornd Jury on the theground theground theground
ground rr that tht it might Incriminate Incriminte itself itselfDr isel itselfDr
Dr Fib Randolph Rdolph chief of the pure purefoods ure urefoods
foods fos division dlvls on of the New eW Jersey Jerse State StateBoard Stte StteBrd pr tate tateBoard
Board Brd of Health leth had hd a a long talk t k with withProsecutor wltbPrstr withProe6cutpr
Prosecutor Prstr Garven Oaten and Second Icond Assistant AssistantProsecutor AtantProecutr AssistantProsecutor
Prosecutor Proecutr George O T 1 Vlckers late latl yes yesterday yestrdy yesterday ¬
terday trdy afternoon rg The State board brd it itis ItIs itIs
is understood Iderto is I ready rdy to tackle t1ckle the cold coldstorage coldstorage ld ldatrge
storage atrge question queston for the purpose of de determining dotermlnln ¬
termining how ho fit ft or unfit un ft purose cold ld storage storagethings storagethings
things thing or certain crtin or uncertain qncrtln age are
for borne consumption and what wh t effect effectsuch eltecssuobroodetuffs
such suobroodetuffs foodstuffs fOod atuls may have b ave on th the public p publIcThe eee blo
health healthThe healthThe
I The Jersey Jetey City health authorities
decided dede yesterday yestra that that It wa wal authortl tune tletor for forI
I them her to cooperate coprate with thePrut tho th Prosecutor r
I in his inquiry Inqt and two health inspector inspectorstarted
heath
started strted tartedOUitornakenninspcatjan out ot to make an inspection Insoton IDp of cold coldstorage coldaCrp r
storage aCrp plants lat latti
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with th her baby bb He took < tk the woman womanand WoD womanandolmild
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