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-- - - ) , , - ,THE BOSTON. GLOBE-THURSDAY. JUNE 12, 1013. 3 . k m i t 4 "'d.':10..c.é..,.ct..ifi!Ib0.:-',..1,Fit.6.'0.0...'i-..-:li..01tolik,4114:7.760), (is -ilt Taw il I 416 The Plant That Makes Ranges And HeatersSo Good That Most People Will Have No Other. 5 1 ?rj I'l 1 - t,,....t. .. - ' j a ItQrA 11 r L. 11 , Glenwood 18 D R Cabinet Gas J 111 61.61ndes 41100FON.smaed, rr,..-KAN. Vto l.1); rtt.ti r rviNz,,,,,r;aorta,111 fr -A1W,0 Glenwood 18 C I, Cabinet Gas -7!:-,r 74) 'k! rfai. A smosszlio , , 0 1, 4 . ' -1 . - . -iLl . g,,,,x , . ,A., m.., , - - ' ---111111k, 'rot , ArAT 1M , .4;Pe---'0-..-"!'" jrTi , I I ' ' ;1 Lpes.,,,, ,,-.:, Glenwood 18 1-2 A Double Oven Gas Range t 4. hitif CAACE e ABOVE S10,0001 St Paul's School Boys Fight Flames. Proctor and Paige Buildings, tear Concord, Burned, I. Firemen Are Hampered by Lack of Water. i- ...---V, CONCORD. N II, June 11The buildings of Frank Proctor and Frank Paige, en the Hopkinton road beyond Mt Paul's School, were destroyed by fire this aftternoon, Involving a loss exceeding COMO, 'partially covered by Insuranct... The fire originated In a shed on t4e Proctor place at 1 o'clock and spread so fist AtIly that the occupants had time to remove little of the household goods. The house next tO the Proctor place. owned by Miss Harriet Kimball, caught fire. but' was saved with slight damage. Sparks and embers carried by the wind ignited the barn of Frank Paige, a quarter of a mile below and On the opposite side or the road, and this was destroyed, with the house and owe. , buildings. Sparks also set tire to' the woods on the west bank of the Turkey River, and It waa here that the St Paul's School boys rallied and were of great assistance to the firemen in preventing the fire from getting across the stream. which would have meant danger to the ochool buildings. 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Glenwoods are known everywhere as standard goods, and are sold in your town by a reliable Glenwood dealer, where grates and repair parts, as a rule, can be obtained as promptly as a spool of thread. . . - - - ,--- ..-- - -r:.------,--. ,1 .... :.7,,,,i - ii,7:: - .. - - 1,,,-.1:-:----- Ir " ' , 'elr---231 .': ;4 ,' ,.1 - , - ,' - ,..." - - - '-',, p . 7,--,, , ,:, -t-wf.0.0.; - - - .-. ,,,,i. , t: ,- 4-,.-., -,-4, ....,,,:y;.. .--...---, . . ' 1 ' ' , ;4 2 P - - , .. lf WM Range -,.. .,,,A1,-VEi;-,...Z ,,,a1.,,,,,r,--"' , - ' ,t,, s-t. . -" .--,-- --r;-;.. If 2 ''' ,-,-,, ---r--,-'7. -t --, '''t,i ?, ,,;'-'''''.-- -11P .0 .7,1A V rfr, ,er' -t--1 -,, 4,,,----- '. ,.,, ..6 ". fl'-'"' - gzzl 4 tor,4r- , , Ul i :, "1 Daily -melting capacity of the Glenwood Foundry, more than one hundred thousand - pounds of iron equal to a new Glenwood, finished complete, every two minutes. - Ranto -4 1 )''77,-,a22.1WG114;t9g4.Z riga- 401111lAtNvigtftillkiaitC44i01 :S4 ;:4--a.."'N a ,44A I GLEli ETA . Glenwood Combination and Gas Range Glenwood Ranges and Heaters are all purses. They Make Cooking and Write for handsome booklet, mailed free, to BAIL IS DE1IED : ACCUSED LEADERS Continued From the First Page. Tn all 27 strikers and their sympathizers havr4 been complained of for offenses alb.ged to have been cvmmitted either during or since the disturbance of last night. Town Quiet Again. i With a formidable array of policemen, gathered from a number of cities in Essex County, on duty at the approaches to the gates of the Ipswich mills at 7 a m, during the noon hour and at 5:45 p in. the 400 operatives who were at work today were not molested on their way to or from the factory. For the time being, evidently, the riotous spirits have been suppressed. Evidence as to how or by whom Nicolata Pandelopulos was shot is lacking. Chief Frank C. Hull of the Ipswich, forces, Deputy Chief Neal of the State Police and the policemen who had part in the battle in Saltonstall and Estes sts last night are convinced that the young woman was shot by one of the strikers, who was firing from the second-story window of a dwelling house on the elevation on the east side of Saltonstall at. On the other hand George E. Roerer Jr. of counsel for the three I. W. W. leaders accused of the homicide, asserts that the only shots fired in the direction of the spot where Miss Pandelopulos was standing were those of the police. Medical Examiner George G. Bailey has been unable to clear up this point. The autopsy made by Dr Bailey today has shown that the bullet which killed the young woman entered the left side of the crown of the head, just forward of the ear, and, taxing a downward and backward course, lodged in the muscles of the neck, after penetrating the brain. Police Say Strikers Shot Woman. The medical examiner decided that the bullet was fired by some one who was standing in front of and above the young woman. Dr Bailey did not verture an opinion whether Miss Pandelopulos could have been killed by a bullet from a policeman's revolver, having in mind the position where it is asserted the police were massed. He would not undertake to say from what point in Saltonstall et the bullet came, except that the murderer was stationed In front of the young woman and prooably on higher ground. State Detective Artitqr Wells today began an Investigation to endeavor to fix the responsibility for the homicide, but he was not able to escertaln enough facts to show the circumstances of the shooting. Chief of Police Hull of Ipswich and Chief John J. Mack of Haverhill, who - . I am the man who Pie Vett years ago broke the high price of TrAS and COF.F.FEs In ROSTON. 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The spot where the young woman was standing is from 10 to 14 feet higher than the point in the street where the policemen stood while shooting. So Chief Hull and Chief Mack say a bullet from a policeman's revolver could not have been so directed as to strike the young woman on the top of the head and course downward. I Pingrees and Herman Not Armed. Carroll L. Pingree and his wife and Nathan Herman, who are 'accused of the homicide, were not armed last night, it is conceded by the police. The charge against them rests upon the allegation that they were leading two parades of strikers, and that the purpose was to close in on the file of operatives coming from the mills and assault them in the crush. The police claim that Mr and Mrs Pingree. leading a delegation of Poles, and Mr Herman, at the head of a company of Greeks. deliberately -planned the clash out ot which the killing grew. Mr and Mrs Pingree and Mr Herman accuse the police of precipitating the trouble and they declare that the Greeks would have committed no violence if their passions had not been inflamed by police clubbing strikers and discharging their revolvers at the houses in Saltonstall et, where the Greeks live. No policeman was injured during the light, although they assert that some of the women they arrested attacked them with clubs and bottles and some of the men threw missiles. Michael A. Moore, a Lawrence patrolman, entered a complaint against Peter corpulos for assault with intent to murder. Patrolman Moore said that Corpulos had a revolver which he had just discharged when Moore arrested him. Mrs Mary Plelpooles, one of the young women arrested during the riot. was not able to appear in the District Court with the others this morning. Early in the morning she appeared in great distress in the lockup under the Town Hall and was hurried to the Salem Hospital in the ambulance as a maternity case. Leaders Held Without Bail. Left without leaders, the strikers kept out of sight during the day. The entrance of the operatives into the mills at 7 a M was through clear streets, about 70 policemen being on duty in the approaches to the gates. Policemen had been secured during the night from Salem, Gloucester, Swampscott. Marblehead. Lawrence and Haverhill. The lockup in the basement of the Town Hall, with only four cells. was crowded with prisoners. The women had been kept during the night in the open guardrOOrn. There was a long delay in making out the complaints, as Judge Charles A. Sayward had to question the police witnesses before signing the warrants. During this process Thomas J. Hallovay. National secrets ry of the te xtile branch of the Industrial Workers of the World, reached Ipswich. Soon after his arrive, City Marshal tehan Of Salem apprehended him attempting to organize a parade, the marshal said. and he placed him under arrest. Mr HalloYay was thus not permitted to counsel the strikers. About 11 a to the accused men and women were marshaled in the courtroom for a hearing. One settee held a row of women, all of them very young excepting Mrs Mary Copolua. a venerable woman, who was accused of assault with a. piece of cordwood.- The women were Mrs Mary Pingree. accused of murder; Pinki Ladopoulos, rharged with resisting an officer: Annie Lather-boa and Stella Ladopoulos. accused -of assault on an officer; Mary Copolua. Anna Phillipopolus, Angele Gasle and Angela Gurolgibrown, whose offense was alleged to be rioting. The men arranged on other settees were Carroll Ia. Pingree ,and Nathan Herman, both accused of murder; C Peter orpulom, charged with assault with intent to kill; Peter Guiles, las Pingtos, Savoula Philipopulos, Stephen Ladopulous, Zakalo Gunopulos, George Pappas. John P. Kopulos, Christ Zexlos and John Chippei, accused of assault and rtotina, and -------,,- i r - , f7-14,-, ' ..' , .-flzt ,7,010.4.Z1110117-7. .. . '''. .; t ', 1,, , . 4It - - . rt- -",-,-.: ,;,,t t,,tf., '' A ctrf no Tfi 4 -. - ,-- t. - - - - :; - 7,e - -Au E , ( r 11 7La'-"'"777 ICLENIVD00 ; ICLENVID001 1111110Milt , Mae -14 tit t i1 tto t - rv !.!'.".111o, rti(,Ttir. Alww.. - Glenwood - S made for Cottage or Mansion in. hundreds of different patterns and Heating Easy. You never regret buying good thingsthen why not own Mass. Manufacturers of the famous Glenwood Coal; Wood and Gas Parlor Stoves, Furnaces, Steam and Water Boilers Thomas J. .1-1a11ovay. chargied with violating a town bylaw. Most Priosners Not Strikers. Harry M. Sayward. a son of the judge. and the only lawyer in town who was in a position to appear for the defendants, represented all of the prisoners in court, asking for a continuance until tomorrow morning. Chief of Police Hull was not anxious to have an examination of the prisoners, as he wished to consult Dist Atty Henry C. Attwill. FRANK C. HULL. Chief of Ipswich Pollee. Judge Sayward therefore continued all the calms until tomorrow. Judge Sayward would not accept sureties for Pingree and hie wife or Herman. and they were committed. He held Peter Corpulos in $2000 on the complaint for assault with intent to kill. In the ease of the other defendants the court fixed the hail at $.300 for each. Many of them had Greek relatives and friends who are in buietess in Salem and Ipswich in court as 1.:reties. All of the women were freed on hail except Mrs Pingree . and on being re- leased they went back to work in Brown's hosiery mill. for most of those arrested by the police are employes of a factory not involved in the industrial trouble. Mrs Mary Copolus could not secure bail, and the old woman spent a tearful afternoon and evening in the lockup. Hollovay found a friend who became surety for $100 in his behalf. and he was released. Funeral of Miss Pandelopulos. After disposing of the cases in court Judge Sayward issued warrants for the arrest of the four women and the man who were taken to the Salem Hospital last night. They are Stat Tas Jorolotopolus. Arthas Parasleabas. Georg Kalibas. Floss Cornelius and Tariogerta Po-gents. Chief Hull sent several officers to Salem to serve the warrants, which charge assault and battery and riot- ing ' but the polige were told that none of the patients could safely leave the hospital for two or three weeks. .Judge Sayward did not consider the accommodations of the -basement lockup adequate for the housing of the defendants who had not been able to ontain bail. At the suggestion of the court four of the prisoners were driven to the County Jail at Salem this after1)00r1 for the night. Mr and Mrs Pingree and Nathan Herman were among those who were ,kept in the lock-up here. The funeral of Miss Pandelopulos. the only victim of the enxagement of last night, was held this afternoon. A large company of men and women of her race gathered in the tenement at P.-.:14 Market et, where she -lived with het mothers six sisters and a brother, at 3.30 p m, for prayere. Subsequently, they fellowedi the body to the Greek Orthodox Church on Agawam Heights. where the betvices were conducted by Rev Paulikop Alarinlita. The iltual was punctuated by the pitiful laryntetions ef the members of the family of the young woman. Later. at the grsve in tlie Highland Cemetery.. , , ' - ' ' 1 s.:." ,.,. ,..., : .. -, - .-''-' - ,s ;-,,:,..-..,.:, ,,z.r).,, ., :-, . .. , , .!.. !------ zs.,-.:54;..-.t:',--'... ,:z ,...!-: :-'? 1.....4- ..... 4Orlt?':t,. , ?..'.. !-11,-.;.-... . ,!......, .'',;.: i,..11 ,:'.: -,..': -.: "4- '1., ,t ,..:'... -, . ...f.''' i: .':.'"- i - , :, 1 s .. ... ' "A , ,,,...., : :,..,- , j yo ;',' P :, : ' ,,i " . . .:.:.,;,'I'.A. ,:::,1, '',0s-...' ',- ' -:. , ' ';-:''-:..,i''''.':' Not '::-"t" .; ' ':!-:':::-;, --,, '. i( --, --.. ;,: .i5- : . fx,,'-.-,' 0., ,,,' - .- ;, ,...4 ., : .. ;.'..::.::;:-,: ' ",A.,,,;,t..,' ';;'..1. l - - - ,. , - , 41 ': , ' -1--, , , .,, ' A 4.' ', V E:Z ,p,116Aw r g1001:0' ,.,.., n 1111 till IS Italia Salle SO II ' t V ,i1;17;1' zallii! ;;;;;,. 11,5"asolnr, 2,.. - , - i ; er .....,""64 .0 4 7e-C - ) ' , '4r) " IP 0-) e r - r6,4 4, 444 4,11. , 41, es"tel , vtc:f - - - - : - 4,11,1145; ;la 44 - - a vt t r 1 I 0 . le , F , I oAlet 7 , r 0!1:4 - I. It .---a---4- , , , , t r t.i , AI Glenwood Coal with End Furnace the- burial aervice of the chum tt leas supplementfd by demonstrations of grief by tilt sisters of the 4ecess,-.1. the rending of th fabric of their waists and the mutilation of their braided hair. The dead woman had been the so: support of ber mother. five sistra and brother. All but the youngest s;r1 worked In the mills. and all sise the girl now dead were on totrike. Tho father is in Greece and the hurbind of one of the sisters Is serving In Ina Grecian Army. Moo lata Pandelopulose when shot. was an innocent witness of the ncounter between the police and her striking countrymen. Strikers Have Outdoor Meeting. In anticipation of poesible disorder when the Ipswich :mills closed tzmight Deputy Chief George C. Neal of the State Police arrived in town with four more members of his fore,. Detectives Wells and McDonald being already on the ground. After making an inquiry and looking over the scene Deputy Chief Neal was satisfied that Nictitate Pandelopeloe must have been killed by a bullet fired from the upper window of one of the houses in Saltonstall at occupied by strikers. From the position in which ell the pollee were I do not nee how a bullet discharged by any one of .them could have entered the young woman's head as this one did." said the deputy chief. George E. Itoerer Jr.. who has been retained as counsel for all the prison ere. will represent them in the District Court tomorrow --morning. Mr Hooter said that witnesses would be produced who would show exactly how the young woman was killed. The strikers had a meeting this evening' in the lot in the rear of the Greek Orthodox Church. which wax attended by about 500. It was addressed by L. J. Grikstas. a Polish Journalist. who urged the strikers to turn out and swarm the streets leading to the mill gates tomorrow morning and to try by peaceful means to induce the workers to May out of the mill-"Let them arrett you." Griltstas cried. "Let them put you in jail: you will be better off in Jail than working in the mills: Use peaceful means of approaching the workers. Depend upon argument and not arms for vietory. I havent told you to use violenee. but I urge you not to be afraid of the pceitee Let them arrest you; let them till up the Jail. and then they will have to stop arresting law abiding working people.' It is expected that there will Ls. a large number of pickets out tomorrow morning when the mill pent'. and everY precaution win be taken by u.tr under the direction of chief lien. Grikstas arrived in town this afternoen with George Itiferer Jr. who will defend the imprisoned strikern. At about 8 o'clock thee ,strekers ttirc..4 Quietly- to the Greek church. led by Grikstas. There was no disorder. Siete officers were itiliOng the eroud. Ariiiing et the church the etrikerts bled In a half-circle in the yard awl Grilcsitan climbed to the balcony rufling or the ei,to.eh. lie spoke nest in Forelish and then in Polish. Not once during his address did rerer to the breplisoned lendeis. Mr and Iirs C. gree find Nattlen Herman. " In- i WOUNDED WILL RECOVER. - Riot Patients at Salem Hospital, All Suffering From Bullet Wounds, , Not Considered Dangerous. SALE:tr.-June 11-11 was guild tonight by attending surgeons. that the six persons wounded during the riot a last evening. and now under treatment in the Salem llospital. will probably recover. Mrs Merry Pleipoolos, aged ze. who p3s4od last night in the Ipswich Police Station. ,was removed to the hospital today. suffering from a'scalp wount caused by a bullet. She is als4 maternity case. She is unable to speak English. aril it has not been learned oo Yet whether she was an operative In the hosiery mill. a striker or an outsider attracted to Esty et. Ipswich. bY the noise Mrs Floss Cornelius.. Georg and At t has Pare debts are etafrerit4c from bidiet wounds in their ler. t.clittfat JorlotopoPis. who hid bones in het left foot shattered toy a bullet. was operated on this Cternoon. - Mrs -Tarlos,brta l'sgsnis iffeirtig from a bullet wou134 LA bet lat ctetiri. , - . !tot ipso iwpti - - 114 11 - E . a a, L.4.,. AP I I v- Ile; , , - ,-- ,41. , . ,3 - Ike - 4, - --- -.6v0"14.''.4 , al s 11- - , a so J. 2..1.---Lommpo. j.;a - -1114. 4 e V I 1 -' - 'C c; m azZ! -44;"--.11' "74 1011P70,01004114:.e. - 1A4w ;Or.".3:0' -"of, S - - - Amor 46.- ziti ,, 4h. 77. p )00..S Ilka7 diir. 4101.! New England's largest stove foundry. at Taunton, Massachusetts. Equipped with every modern appliance for manufacturing high grade, smooth cast Glenwood ranges and heaters. , ,O j - - - - - - - - - - 1,,, , G. GA-Dirrice i 1 1' top j -, ....." 4.4 ! . ,s,...,. ...m....!, Ike. A , 7i" P -5 1 1 1 - '1 1ba 4-- .1 or Wood Panto Resorvoir Col toot C2I44 Coot. IN 0404 or Cos Ione Ranges, For Sale by Leading Dealers everywhere OATMEAL TRUST HIT. Contined rriblim Ili Irtrel rage. P. Crowell. Itobert Ittuart. Jarnee It-Dwight e. John Ft uart. A. t sr-ford WI.Ito. Jobn P. Werint Jr Morton. all ot Ill!nolt; J. 11. Nutt. eItevoland: James H. Andrew. Altron. O. ant I:hlttrow a. Snow. Martel& Ir. ?,4 The Governrnorst ache tra,r PI:4114- lion prohlt.ttIng the 110 Individual defendant t-om carrying on 043 Ittor common-le unuti thole satiety toe court they are not enZaitt4 in any orm blnation or coruk; !racy to thwart Oftra petttIon In the oatmeal b4,En4-0-a Tht Inlutsctson. t riknio.t vu:a mein perpetually In P.vcre and st.to:-endcd temporarily only when the detondante had howl they wore rotrrlytnt with the decree,- It could be reinototel an time the Government attoerot tho detendAnta were violattne the Anti. Wait act Conspiracy Charged. Complaint Is mode particularly In Ito bill against a contrac t. described as a conspiracy in rirotra;rit of trade. between the Quaker Oats Corntarty ani the Great Vestern Cereal Company by Lich the former acqu'aist the nest of tho 1.1tter grh.ch hi li.4 to have hyti insolvent from Ito date et the contract. June r The cancelation of this agree:en' is asked. At various tilnee from to the present. the defendant aro al;eited to have combined and conapJ'ird to stirr',,.. press competition. In 1e. St Is declared. ten cereal manufacturer& control.Ing more than 60 per cent of the business. entered into a p,00l. eLtr.inating competition among thenvieii. co and tilting price. In Md. moot of these eGnef,mit store absorbed. It is addect. ty the Amer. tan Cereal Comp,ane. organ:red to carry on the po.'L 1,y Henry P llobert Stuart. J. IL Nu!t. Thorn. as 1-1. elle piney deceased. alter likre;glass. t..-rdinend $ -hroacter (now deceased). t'. IL.. Newell. it .0,ert (Jordon. ',iv ton T. II rrick. James' Parmelee. J. 11. Andreas and Ilitior J. Alien. In 2 this corporallon waa acquired and Ister succeeded by VI present Quaker fiats CO'r Panr The latter's contract in 1,11 with t.t.o (1(eat I. watery' Crtrali t".mpanv. tamed mitt It all egnt to the tralo-narno Nlot her's" aa a; pl(1 to get taUt cereals. The 11I as fled by United States 1 Ally 1,VInteriwt.n at the d.rection of t;en Mci:e)nol4s aed A.i Fouler. sispistrint to the AtIt rney eral. BOY MAY NOT RECOVER. 1 Lawrence Stapies Guides Cart in Front of Car While CCasting at Brockton. MIOCKTON. Jun I I --SVIA'e dovan R rt,nertatto loan& 1041:tat to Po:. I roont t near Marsha:I Comer tat t', i afternoon Laurence Star:ea. ate-t IL 1 too'n of Mrs rranees Fter:o of a:11 i Pearl Ibt. tuide4 his earl In front et an i electric car returning from Taunion Iand naa ao siertoully 1njure4 that he may not rt.-over. lie in at Vie Prockton Heap:tat -lava w fractures of t.oin igo ,14,0t at,ote u. 1 knees., If he aura itt one loa al a: usoto to he amputated. It :e sat4 yoling Stapidele to,covere,1 front att34-4 lot' l'ne-smonia on:y a rnonto aro., t,4 I Weep be,. off 'Ow .0- v.-. if at v.,. :L. t , iir ii . 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