Anarchist Was Arraigned.
Protests Her Innocence Vigorously.
Will Not Go to Buffalo without Fight.
Miss Goldman Demands an Immediate Trial.
Chicago, Sept. 11.—(Spl.)—Emma Goldman
and Charles G. Norris, in whose house she was arrested, were arraigned
this morning to answer to the charge of conspiracy to assassinate
the President. Miss Goldman announced that she was ready for trial,
but the City Prosecutor asked for a continuance to Sept. 19, when
other anarchists will be tried.
Miss Goldman insisted upon an immediate
trial, but desired first to have a consultation with the attorneys
who are expected to handle her cases. As neither was in the court
room, a postponement was taken until they appear. Miss Goldman was
then taken back to the woman’s prison.
Miss Goldman, before her arraignment,
was just as vehement in her protestations of innocence she [sic]
was when first arrested.
She declared that if the Buffalo authorities
wanted her they would have to apply for extradition papers.
Miss Goldman passed a restless night.
She paced the floor for several hours and complained of having a
Miss Goldman awoke several times during
her short sleep which ended at 4 o’clock, when she arose and asked
for copies of all the morning newspapers.
These were given her and she read
all of them with great avidity. The accounts of her arrest and the
interviews were criticised with her customary vigor. The pictures
of her, she said, made her look like an ex-convict. At 7 o’clock
she was taken to the station assembly room and provided with the
breakfast of coffee and black bread.