March 5, 1914
MOB ARRESTED FOR RIOTING IN CHURCH
190 Unemployed Headed by I.W.W. Agitator, Ignored Warnings and Made Raid on New York Church--Each Held in $1000
New York, March 5--Unshaven and defiant, Frank Tannenbaum, erstwhile waiter, but now leader of an army of unemployed which, under the banners of the Industrial Workers of the World, stormed New York churches nightly until the police interfered, was brought into Jefferson Market police court today for arraignment on a charge of inviting riot. Nearly 200 of his followers held during the night in three separate prisons were to appear later in the Tombs court, farther down town, all charged with disorderly conduct.