March 5, 1914
ARMY OF UNEMPLOYED GUESTS OF NEW YORK
ONE HUNDRED AND NINETY ARRESTED IN CHURCH.
Arrests Follow Invasion of Catholic church During Services--To Have Hearing Today.
New York, N.Y., March 5.--A majority of the members of the army of unemployed that has been demanding food and shelter in raids on churches every night for the past week, are today the guests of the city in several downtown jails. Each city in several downtown jails. Each of the 190 men and one woman is held in $1,000 bail for hearing late today on charges of disorderly conduct. Frank Tannenbaum, the youthful leader of the army faces a charge of inciting to riot, which is a felony. His bail was fixed at $5,000 and being unable to furnish it, he, too, is a prisoner.