Clipped From The Courier-Journal
CRUiUEH ANARCHISTS. Officers and Citixeas Assailed aad Deatea .At a Plcnle of New - s Yorfcv Revolutionists. ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- Jfrvr YoaxvJnne 13. Waf. A dis-tarbance dis-tarbance dis-tarbance which aUnoat asmmed the proportions proportions of a riot.' occurred this afternoon ia Conrad Bohneider'a Oak Cliff Park, la West New York, ' ITudaon county. The park bad been engaged for a picnie by a party of New York Anarchists, aad It waa announced that speeches would be mada.by Host, Braunschweig:, Braunschweig:, and other noted Anarchists. About one thousand 'people were assembled ia tbe park at. 4 o'clock, red flags were flying everywhere the women wore red dresses; tbe men wore red badges, and were required to wear la their bats tbe tickets of admission, admission, which "wefs alM red. ' Bernard Wlen, who had lived la Outten-burg Outten-burg Outten-burg for severally ears, but now lives ia New York, came over to see some friends, and decided to go to the picnie. . tie succeeded in getting admission to the ground, but was there made a prisoner and roughly handled when It waa discovered that be waa not a member ot the organization. His sister went to J nstice of tha Peace Walker, and asked for s wrists nee. Justice Walker, with two policemen, policemen, started for tbe grounds. Ia the meantime meantime Winn tried to make his escape and reached the f eocevwhich divides the park from the klonitor baas ball grounds, when be waa overtaken and beaten in a brutal manner. He waa then pitched - over the fence, but bia clothing eaaKht on the pickete and be hung suspended, unable to release himself. Tbe attention of tbe men and boys on the tail ground waa attracted to him, and the game waa auspended while the crowd went over to ascertain what tbe trouble was. As tbey approached, approached, a pecalisr signal waa given with a whistle, and the Anarchista crowded around the gates and fence. Tbe crowd on the bail ground threw a volley of stones and the Anarchista Anarchista returned the attack with a trolley from their paavokao A temble. Jeti-aeeme4 Jeti-aeeme4 Jeti-aeeme4 imminent, when Justice Walker., rerrired and persuaded the crowd oa tbeyJeail ground to retire. The trovble was renewed, however, when William P. Wil burger went, up to the gate and, showing showing a policeman's shield, demanded admts-sion. admts-sion. admts-sion. - He was dragged inside the rate, beaten beaten and exicksd until tba Anarchist were tired, and then thrown out again. Justice Walker waa allowed inside under protest, but the officers . witb bim were not admitted. During tbe frecea Constable Patrick Tim-many Tim-many Tim-many waa shot in the hand, and asveral men .were struck on tha bead with stones. No one waa seriously injured. Justice Walker finally succeeded in quelling tbe disturbance. - Most and Braunschweig made speeches da-netineinr da-netineinr da-netineinr tbe interference wtth tbe picnic Justice Walker was told by some of the Anarchists Anarchists that they were there to hold a pio-nic pio-nic pio-nic and they wovu& kill anybody who interfered interfered with thetn,!. The Anarchista were nearly all drunk ana in an ugly mood.