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FOUR TAXI ROBBERS ARE HELD IN $15,000
AMERICANS AND MEXICANS IN BORDER WARFARE
WE4THKR Cer To-nlTat and Wtdnndtri Colder.
PRICE ONE CENT.
IN FIGHT FOR PLUNDER;
TEXANS OUF TO AVENGE
Bordermen Plan an Attack To
night on Rebel Robbers
Besieging Big Plant.
THREE COWBOYS: SLAIN.
Went with Band to Aid Coun
trymen Defending Proper
ty Eight Mexicans Fall.
BAN AVTONTO, Tciai. Feb !7.
Three American mwlxiyi -were killed by
Mexican rebels after a bloody encounter
tn nn attempt to relieve the employees
of the Nelson-Morris ranch oppoatte
Sierra Illutic i in Mexico, according to
report! rCIVd liere to-day. Pascal
Browi), manager of the ranch, and sev
eral of the employees were liestcged by
Me lea ns w lien they refused to supply
them with hn-ses, riddles and arm.
The cowiiovs left Pnlarts laat night to
! ejlleve tin ninchera.
Ttvetilv-sevnn cowboys were tn the
nsrtv ashloh set out. after the com
tnnndrr of a detachment of troopa had
laid them hi had no authority to crosa
the "border and aid the Morris em
ployee. Bight MexIcanM are reported
o have been Icllled In the engage
ment. The attempt of tbe cowboy to e
11:70 Pascal and lile men having failed,
;-spovt here ear sVmsrloan are form
ic - on this side of the Bio Grande at
sierra Blauoha and will cross the rlTer
thin oTSrlng to participate In the flght
lag. The report that tbe three oowboys
wsr slain thoroughly aroused all the
inhabitants alone the Amirtcaa aide,
and there Is no doubt of their deter
mination to cross the border. All of
the oowboys were well known In Sierra
Tne cowboys reached the Morris
raJrOh early to-day and were at once
I ngaced by a skirmish line thrown out
by the Mcxtaefl surrounding the ranch
house. The Americans re-onnItcred, but
encountered a force greatly outnum
The Morris ranch, known as the "T.
O. Kaneh." la owned hy the Nelson
Morris Paoklng Company of f'hloago.
and Is one of the largest In Northern
Mexico. A rport received late to-day
ltd that the plant was Still besieged by
'he Moaaonn robbers and that the
ArllSrloaill under Drown were making a
stubborn fl'-ht. AnM'her report was that
:he Mexicans had been driven off.
BY REBELS AFTER
A BRIEF FIGHT.
RL PASO. Texas, Feb. 17 .Juarez to-
lay Is In possession of the Vaaqulata
retail. Filing but one or two vollevs
..nd meeting no resistance, except a few
atterlng shots In reply to their first
volley, the rebels niaraVd Into the
own, capturing the machine guns that
bal been brought to Tepel them, too
harge of the municipal 0000, rho cu.
torn hmuse. the barracks, the Jail and
"ther public butldln
The rebels made the assault at 10
o'clock, entering the outskirts feom the
northwest and firing a they entered
.sing rifles and one cannon. The few
uudred men in Juarez as defenders
Hied few shot from points of vuti-
lase and Sl.ei. were ordered by their
officer to cease.
Mexican Consul K C. Ulortente at Bl
i'aso after the capture stated that the
nffoers decldxd not to make resistance,
to avoid oomptfc'arlon with the United
United males troopa patrolled the bor
der at the time the attack was made,
apparently ready to enter Juarez if Kl
Paso should be endangered.
As the rebels marched Into Juarez
they found all houses closed. Only one
man, Capt Romero, of the defender,
gtaj wounded and he accidentally.
No looting acoompaiUed the taking of
;i KAUAJAltA. Mexico, Feb. 17.
Samuel B Maglll. i'niitod Htaitss Con
sul here, has been notified that five
American citizens Interested In the Ban
n Mlguol Mining company, an ladlan
ap til conoan, have bMa AHvsl from
t.ie property near Kb ..tie No details
s to the occurrence have resched here,
fti" party was on a tour of Inspection.
Sunday World Wants Work
... ... ...
Monaay Morning wonders.
CeoTrlsbt. tfl. br
Co. ITM New
22 62 EQUALS?
IS PROBLEM CUPID
Miss "May" Dodge Weds Mr.
"December" Levey, but
Keeps Scribes Guessing.
A happv twenty-tw i-year-old bride ap
peared at the door of her new home,
No. 33 West Klrfht y-flfth street, to-day,
nnd, after announcing she woe In truth
the wife of Clarence II I.avev, s'xty
two years old and retired, herself re
tired lmo the nest, ami would my abso
lutely nothing as to how It all happened.
Nor would any of the Interesting four
who took part In the romance which
terminated In their marriage yesterday
J say anything to relieve the curiosity
of their friends. It all happened quick.
ly and unexpectedly.
Yeatenlay afternoon tJ-.e bridegroom.
rtie bride uncle. Edmund Dodge, a
lawyer, of No. 230 Broadway, and Joseph
Coon, who Uvea somewhere in Par
Rockaway. went together In an automo
bile to tho lioir.e of Miss Warrena
I lodge, No. M l.efferts place, Urookjyn.
MIsn Podge was waiting tor them, be
ause. as noon as cne macnine cnino
to a sti.p before the dour, she was seen ;
to h.... ten down the steps and clionb in.
Iatcr In the afternoon th party ap
peanvl before Charles M. Waring. Jus
tice of the I', ace. ai No. ill First street
Ilobokcn. i'liorc Uncle Kdmuud pro
duced a marriage H-enso setting forth
the brMa'a age as twenty-two and giv
ing her father s nrt:i e as Leslie DtuleTe.
The groom's age wae given as stxty-two
nnd ils address at No UN West Kjhty
11 f tli street. It also was staUvi bit hud
been divorced. With Iodge nnd Coon
acting as witnesses, tho knot was tied,
and all four returned to New York to
Mr. Irvey's apartments at No. Ml West
There the bride was found to-day.
"I am Mis. Levey," she said In tones
of annoyance, "but I will not say any
thing regarding my marriage nor why
we were married In New Jersey. The
matter concerns only ourselves and our
"What Is Mr. Levey's business?" was
"He has no business." returned the 1
bride. "He Is retired and I wish yoi j
would leave us alone. No. you cannot
see him. Oood da." and the door was
An livening World rporter then called
on Kdmund R Hodge st his offlies. No
Sin Rroadway He protested the whole
affair conta ned nothing to Interest any
"My niece Is a dear girl," he said.
"She lias iuiown great aorrOW In the
last two years and thll in her attempt
at happiness. Tliete Is nothing unusual
in the uwLriiage. .Mr. LaTOy has known
her almost sine ahlldhood, and they
were married. That Is all."
'Rut the oHKaran e In their Bgett"
persisted ti.e reporter.
Only forty oais, cnuerf.ed '.in
ancle, with a wave o( his hind, "What
different V es forty years make? I
am sixty-one myself and I'd many a
young girl to.moriow. Anyhow, they
r botu of age and eu apeak for tht-m-aelvcs,"
"bjt they won't."
"Then J won't elthof. llesldes, I've
said .jo niuah already, iook at tho
announvenien: of the murr-iage Which 1
DlaCtd in the pap. rs."
Toe two yegfa of aorrow referred t
by Mr. rJodjiga is explained In the death
of Miss Wa:renu Dodf g mother ill lJl ,
fcClowed ty the sulolde otf her atstgf I
few months later, owing to grief, and
the death of her father, Leslie Lodge,
shortly after the other daughter's aul
oldew The family then Uved at No. TOT
tit. John's place, Rtooklyn.
Just what the plan of the couple are
could not be learned, nor iould :t be
found wmt Mr Leve had retlrl f.otn.
flu u, isierrsuuos sjtd brksts tie all ''.
j ta goiitb innru SOd UrJUI.jds
sUsiss. Csevk room fut essxsss and , i Ja
sees st ana
aaina ul trai
nar aiMi uiam. laiu-aui. t.i;.rfaj in. nor
travanen enr-u. taa m.na trns
&&rt1 ;?& 6j"'
"Circulation Books Open to Alt
The rreee I'uhlWMti
BUT HE'LL STAY IN
Carl Fischer-Hansen and Alien
ist Called as Witnesses
Before Grand Jury.
STATEMENT BY SCHIFF.
Banker Makes Public Insulting
Letter That Valet Wrote
to Mrs. Schiff.
Folk B. Branclt, the Schiff hurgjnr.
Is to remain In the Tombs a tew days
longer. Thia announcement waa made
to-day by hla counsel, Mlrabeau I
Towns), after complication had arisen
over the matter of a ball bond.
Application waa made to Judge
Cratn in the Court of General Ses
sions to fix ball for Brandt Judge
Craln said he waa not satisfied with
the order algned by Justice Gerard
restoring Brandt to hU liberty, and
lent the case back to the Supremo
Justice Oerard, after hearing argu
ments by Assistant District-Attorney
Johnstone and air. Towns, agreed to
amend his order so as to clear up the
point that appeared ambiguous to Judge
CraliL The hearing was then ad
journed until 3 o'clock thte afternoon.
Then Justice Oerard signed the order
and fixed halj nt tn.Ofln.
Carl Ptsoher-IIonsen. who figured as
one of counsel for Brandt In 1907, waa
allowed to go before the Grand Jury to.
lay and protest against an assertion
mmdf. by Ml,rUnler Schia tnrmgh
counsel that he (Hansen! Imlned Hrioult
prepare a certain letter written to Mrs.
flrhlff while Brandt was In the Tombs.
! riaiuun positively denied having any
hand in the preparation of the letter.
and threatened to oause the arrest of
Mr. 8chlfr for giving "false and libellous
Information to a newspaper."
ALIENIST CAN'T EXPLAIN HOW
HE ENTERED TOMBS.
Dr Carlos V. MaoOonald, one at the
two ailunlsts who ..xamlned Umndt In
Mr. Sohlff'a office and again In the
Tombs In March, 19u;, was a witness In
the Orand Jury Investigation to-day.
Ho said he was cmpl, . 1 hy ilr Kchlff
to make the examination I could not
explain how he got In I the Tom x to
see Hran.lt wlth.mt an order from the
Dtatrlot-Attorney or Judge Roaesky.
Other witnesses before the 'rand Jury
tu-day were .Mr and Mrs. C. H. Peter
.idii, woo 00 nd iet an employment
agency. Lieut. Jos ph Wooldrldge, who
furnished a false report on Brandt' I
record, said he got much of Nil informa
tion from Lhs Petersons.
Both r,lersons de. 1 gLIng ''ool
drtdga any Information about llrnndt.
They said they did not know Hranlt
an.l never had his nam i"1r iMioka.
Through his counsel. Nicoll, Anable,
Undeay & Fuller, Howard 8, nan for
werded to Attorney.QeneraJ Oarmody
to-Uay a long allldavit with the roriuest
that It be In. orporatuil In the reoopdg "t
the habeas corpus pre aedlngi beforg
Justl'c Oerard, This aflMavM la in an
swer to and a denial of an Bifida V t
made by Call Fit- net Hansen tn behalf
FisrJver Hansen awoera m hla affidavit
that Brandt toM Mm he had b n ad-
vised by Howard U.u.s 10 plead g.illty,
l tire and that the gohlffl paid for h:s
meals, whl. h w!e sent m from an 0Ut
tide restaurant. Mr. liana not o ily
denies all these allegations but ealls
tvnUon to the fad :h i l ine i er-.i i i
seii served a term en BtgOkWOtt'a 11
and and is dta barred from the practice
T.irough lils attorney, Lanosy Nic
oll, Motrlnier L. I ihlfl -as IswUfd a
lingtliv statement regarding the lira:: t
case. Ml'. SChlff goes l k to Hie tl.'tl"
tlia'. Hr.-.nll first entered lh einpl y ..f
the Schll'a at their Oyster Hay hom '
.Mr. Schiff said that Bra'idt waa dls-
ebgrged from hi employ for having i
arrlttan an laaultlni lot) ir. The ie:t.- i '
a mlaapelled, ungraniniatl ul effustot,
(Continued on Second Page,)
BOARD OF CLAIMS LAW
UPHELD BY HIGH COURT.
A I.DAN Y. Feb. 27 The OoUPt of Ap
; a La by a vote of four to thte. a
uay declared MntUtUtlOMl the la
t ossed by the laat legtalgtUM creating
the stst- Board oi claim and log
uu" uut ' IU w : cum
OMBS FOR INQUIRY
YORK, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27,
Two Who Confessed Taxi Holdup,
Detectives in Case and Woman
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LlntK ULTIVIrlu Wi
HITS A DERELICT
Sea Giant Loses lJrfpeller
Blade and Proceeds to
Oablt advices to The F.v. mm: Wotl.l
state thnt the White S tar lln.'t
Olympic, the largest atsamshlp afloat,
wblitii left hero laet rVednesdaj with
a notabli list of peasKingera, a truck
a sunken w reek early to-day near thi
entrance t . the Bklgllah Channel. ,rid
was neiiOUgly but not dangerously
damaged. One of her propeller blades
was hPOken Off and she was scrape. 1
along the hull aft.
'Pile shock of the 0OIHB1O! with the
derellot was severely I'olt aboard tli
Olympic, und tne paaeeugero plltd out
of their berths and uito the compan
ion ways, wrhsio they were met by
stewards who reported that there was
no danger, AI fust it as feared in'
one of the propellera had '"on lost,
and Capt. B. J. Smith announced t-i
lbs passengers that he would .t I I
at once to llelfast. where tho Una
was built by llariati A Weill'. WHO
have rue 'giiy drydo . auffK'Unily
larga to acoommodats 1 Olymplo
1 Whan ii wa dlaoovared t . t only ma
I mail :l,.- blade was IliisSillg. '..lt 1
e " - ,
I rtiniiii deoktea to oonlinua -ds voyags
to go !thu:iipt.n, tbe Olymplo'a terminal
port on the o'.i't side "f tne Atlantic
A cablegram from Us. fast gnnuuaoaa
thut the l,nor will 00 Ota there to have a
new I. lade put On. "Wt h will be a
mailer of only a few l.o its' work.
The repairs would have bora eat tuted
at BouthMnpton bvt fo,- the fact thai
I her a is ni drydock thtrs Inrge enough
p, acoommoaoie tns uijmpi
The iteamei gill i I
day Is-iond her Bgheduied f !- 1
pnrt ire on her return :. .; la MsW fork,
The OlymDtu left her plUI i:er- at noun
on Wednesday wl'.h Wt lli't claaa pa.--sangera
it w-.u tn raeord ;.t I n the
aaaaoii of the eii The great CTOWd
tnat saw tho vessel off made Ih p.ar
look a If il was a Ig spring sailing."
This Is tne second aerlo is aoi Idani
to c.e Olympic aln en' . i i.
ggrvloe. On Kept, is last she was
rammed In Cowaa Houd.i, jtin gftei
leaving Houthampton on h,r .
(Jhtrbourg and New Vork, by t , Brit
leb firs' class OrUlSSr Haas. v. i
i,r fifth trip.
DOST 1 M. I II M l .
lirt t ,1 v- t watei . u i-. i thl i
Gelttl.i . i j. l-x . u ..
Senator Bacon Leads in Sug
gestion of Later Date for
W trllll OTOK, Feb r.
to postpone the Dgmo VI
Convention at BaMlmora
for st i. i
tnrc week, in order that1 nag pne
may hae time to read, ist Itself to tut
Roosevelt candidacy, be am known
hers ibis afternoon BenaAor Bacon of
Oe rgtg admitted thai he ifiprove,! of
such a change,
'i ha movement, h
to the belief of a
v a ho Id, wa dua
i number of Demo
it win bi nominated.
ata that Hi.
and Ihey believed l" ml event, the
I lemoerg t h l'art would have tn do
dee., thlnWngJ lo pick a ' in lldate tn
il ,r Ha on tails afternoon ss.;d that
bad suggested I he ndi laahllltv of
ia i lamooraUa hTatkN ai i rrrmittee i
polling l ie National I ( tl.orr 4 tie Con.
Mtiti.iii in order .o give ins Qgmoereti
mure tfcne to conelder the "oonSlllons"
thut might arise from the nomination 'f
g Republican nm iiii.it at uhioagg dur
ing the week "? June IS liar hi .I'd
noi rofer by nam to i: j: .
a number of i n . i.uh m ut Hen.
its aid they could H il eoncolva "f the
likelihood of guy paabponemeni of the
Haltlmora oonvenllon, aei for June
..... ... ..
POPE PIUS PUTS HIS BAN
ON THE HOBBLE SKIRT.
d Hvered at '
day when Ps
?7 - Anothgs1 iloff wus
s prevalltni fashlona to
a Plug Iggtied a dnoree
rts from a I pontlflclal
It. . fitly the Pontiff an-
uouneeg I al
not attend r
lete goA ris ai
ui . .i oil nitt. rva must
flin.'llona V Itcle .let Ol-
ASSEMBLY VOTES TO END
SESSION ON MARCH 29.
w.i'.anv. Pgh fl The Agtambly to.
in adopted a uoi rent reealuiton rgil'
ng 'or una die ur immenl of th
bngiglUf M Ma: ..I .J gt II.. ii.
"Circulation Books Open to
Who Aided Them
HOT IN SENATE;
' LIEIS PASSED
Republicans Join I )emocrats in
OpfHisin? Appointment to
Public Service Board.
ibin.vv. Feb r-riie Rapubilou
genatora hi a enuoug to-.ia decided to
vote agulnat tba confirmation of the
nomination! of Ddward Q, itig and
Herbert H Bl Ml aa I'ublli: Mervlce
L'ommlgglonerg nnd wiiiiam h Huiiivan
as a member Of the ..ate Hoard of Tax
The Democratic enntora in isauoua,
after s lung dlainsslon deoldod to op
pose the oonflnnntlon or f r. itiggs
The i ote ly which Mr Itlgg- 'w num-
atlon whs rejected in caucus whs hi
4 No action was taken on the other
itimlnntloni After tba ognoua the
nati Flnanci Oommitlea met ami
-dejl to rep'irt the Itigtn nomtnutio'
Wncn the Heliate FingnOO Conifnlttee
i.a.i reported tha iting nomination for
the conatderntlon of the ggnntei Chalr-
mgn Frawley moved thut it be rejected
Thbi precipitated a bitter debate, Hen.
ator Black of Brooklyn declaring that
the Kings County rtena'ors nil been
deceived and that Ouv. Dlx bad b en
la I Hit ' a trap
Toe debate became so t:it.-; ti(1t the I
lie was passed Henatot Otlrion 1"
, ,-i t: Itlgga said that the men who
Ssri favoring the nominee are inlet
. - i in the Brooklyn Rggld Trnoall
senator idok jumpni to hla feel
and. pointing Ills anger at O'Brtell
"lines tha Senator men i to av that
I mi . inns tml wrlih the M It T 1 if
... rlens he 1m a llur and I wan' him In
tase II bsi'k'"
s. :. Uor Hla.'k nude a bl't.-r i ack
on the maorliy, snylng they bad de
Ogtved 'tie Brooklyn meuibets ' ngtOI
Oeonln alao protesti ggaiggi 'tie ilor
f c.e maoiity us a 'deception "
t. ii Sullivan siid unit Black and his
eollgegueg ha 1 thi atoned q ..I up
.111 legtglgUon unless the . sh.it
hev wanted. Ula-'k gttempti I to In
terrupt, hut he w as uuletty remli ded lo
"sit .1 .wn, llttla sit down ''
A pr 'teat age! net to appolnt'ueni of
Mullein hi state Tax Ccgnnilffaluner
v.i M'tsi wi'ii Qov Dig to. day and the
gngtg ptnnnog committee by Ht ite
Onnwnlllgemnn tsphen it-an of Nor.
wi.-h The nroteal la booked by the
I eni er itw memnerl of the Hoird o
is.r1srs and '..il rnetn igrg of t
Cuinty Cotramltles SulBvan is the
le.oler if a faislon Whlflg oppoglng
Rygn'a Irtsderenlp u Ii gkaMiied thai
Wiilllvnn 'a not a "real Democrat and
hag taken uopo'n"'"" Is ft .111 the Cl.e':
ango Coni Republican orgauiailou.
I I IIKH-i tear
TRAPPED ON A TRAIN;
ANOTHER CAUGHT HERE
Eugene Splaine, Who Planned The
Holdup and Got $10,000 of the
$25,000 Loot, Captured
MAN WITH GUN FORCED
THE ROBBERS TO DIVIDE
Two Confess, Say
hearsed in Central Park Part of
Stolen Money Is Recovered.
Five of the six men who took an active part in the robbery of
25,000 from two bank messengers in t taxicab in Church street on Feb.
15 were reported under aric&t thih afternoon. Two ot the man have
Eugene SpUine, who engineered the robbery, rehearsed it in Central
Park and appropriated the biggest part of the proceeds, was arrested to
day at Memphis, Tenn. Joseph Lamb, one of the supernumeraries in the
a it air, was arresteJ in this city. The other prisoners are Edward Kins
man, alias Collins; Jess Albruzzo and Ceno Montani, who were arrested
in this city yesterday.
Deputy i oiitndsaloner Hougberty and
Inapei-tni Hughes were overjoyed tin
afternoon to get a long distance tele-
nhona from Detectives Daly and Clare
In Chicago tilling or tne arreei i
Mpliilne Thla srres: la regarded as BMOl
Itup.'i tant, as Dougherty setpecui to con
nect gplalna wlUi other holdup or re
cent occurrence In New Tortt.
Splaine went to Chicago two days
after the taxlcab robbery wltli Kinsman.
who niturned. Daly and Clare went out
for apialue and wers close on his trail
laet night when, under the name of
frank J l"Ord and In company with
a mall giving th nam of James Kefe,
he took a train on the Illinois i.'ential
fo:- H.m Frsholsco. by way of Now Or-
PHONED TO MEMPHIS AND
CAUSED THE ARREST.
The two Now York geMUtlVsg were
late lo gel llh' ualn. iut may B"
I the long I t.l. I'
hinf of ponag or jw"i"i'
rlpUvlne and his 00 n
.,n board a gleopa
al 11 0 lock this
I nlon were ai reeted
of the train there
lacnlng. iveefe la
not known to Commissioner i"wn-..i
or Inapeelor Hughes in conn-ctton with
tha kaaioab robbery. They have seat
u..,ni t., Ialv and Clare to go to Mem
phis a..d grrnnga to brttw klaan t-
Ken Vork ard alao to nnd out anout
Splalna is described by Dotigharty ao
., clever, daring boM ig "':'- Uo wui
a leamaler in South Bogton bgforg b
took to crime and la notgal In Iba under
world for hla dai ng and bis Ingenuity.
Ha -a the big man In tne 11 So roo
lry und the ...an I I : l ' 4,r'u'1
. . .... ,. Ilie out
Wo I 1 get ,H ii
la Mgo el at gbOUl II
Joseph l-nmb, illaa I otty." i gn.
srashi r In lb) Hotel JUdgon In Washing-
lan Sgua i - ii ' '" "' " knn'"
about tha rob' -: ' 1 " murn'
II.. w aatigni I lo th duty of atn
pint, m runt of Iba lal m' I 1 ' ' M"n
Ignl, tne onsuSeur, el auo in low up
and allow the bandit! Who were lo do
the aotunl work lo g 1 " 1
ah they giv j m ml ' " ,0
. del .lives rho arragted htm, "was
!'. Ti - bogged "' real, and I'm wili
ng to Ml ' I '" ' " ' double
ARREST Or SPLAINE CLEARS
UP THE HOBBEHY.
r... irreei Sntnlna pra. u aii oleari
up Ibe ualeab robbery -ase except for
Hie rt cover; ol Wbnl Is left of the '..ut.
.. ,, detaottV work tr,.- roind-
. imi I the gang ranks with the big
psrforiiiancaa ihe New Vork Police
I , part .. ni Tli mlaalng man is an un
tnp irtanl meinr r "f I -i ig. .ml Will
. urclv he cugiit.
Confession! In detail igva ' an pro
. ure. i trotu two of Ih active parUcb
,,.ints in lha robbery Th su:n of
i",sai iii . ll w.ia recovered to-ouy
from a VUl In 1 he 1 '. , i y Link. n:id
detective arrived from Bogton thll i'
tarn ni . i ig iggh and a mii
To - night and H fdarHari l.ti
PRICE ONE CENT.
Crime Was Re
order for lino which they found In tho
home of Kinsman.
BMtdes the two women arrested yea
tardsvy - "Hwede Anna's" and MyrUe Hull
another wa gathered in to-day. She
gave the name of Hose Levy and Is aup
poeed to know something about the rob
bery. An Immense erosrd gathered alosal
Centre street this aft. moon when the
follr mnil thr
women were e
corted by squad of detectives from 1
loltce Ifeadquartere to the Criminal
Court Hudldlng. Ho great was the crowd
at Hearlnr streot that some one notified
Police Headiiuortet s on of the prisoners
had been nwcued and nMnsbers of the
Mtrong Arm Suoad wens etiirted out In a
FOUR MCf HELD IN 16000 aVahs
In the poUo court th four men
arraigned on a complaint sworn to
Inspector Hughe, charging them
robbery In the first degree. The com
plaint was corroborated by Prank Wars
dell, one of vhe bank mso anger wha)
were held up. Ball wa flxed at lla.e&f
In etch ease, and 'bs men were rl
manded back to Haadojuaxtera until
ri.e Mg1trat wa a bunt to send th
women to tbe iloum of Demlon lu. on
i eld a luaterlal wiuiessee when Hughes
mil Duugherty gut Information that an'
attempt would be tirade to tail them out
. iimcritately- it la poeelMe to get u wit
neae out of the House of Detention en
a uond of 111").
Tne commitment paper were ehanged
arid Hughe and Dougherty swore lo
complaint ....'.a Uie women 01 being
11.xru.1ne4 to tne robbery after tha
fact. On tnls !., ball was IU1 at
I'. 0.1 for oaoh, and tne women were lent
in.'', lo Headquarters with the men.
it aagg learned to day that the tavUab
bandit nlmoii lost ui prooeadg of tueir
daring robbery whiij tuy were arrnng.
. i to d.iide thj li.OOl). T.ey met In
taloon oil the night of the robbery,
oari ylng the bag con'-altWng the money.
ig) thiof wno had not engaged in
lha robbery i but correctly guapeoied
tli it the I'ai.g had performed it, livid
tb m up with a revolver and tried to
rob tbtn of the cntlro awag.
r..e t. indlts drew ihtlr nan r.vo ver
ind a ptgtol battle was averted by a
i ' i ; nl With ee man w .o "de
;ard blmself In " He got u snare und
lh money wu.s spin up in the ggiouej in
th praiapne. it is intd, "i ihlrty-twa
SALOONKEEPER AIDS IN RECOV.
ERINO $2,000 OF LOOT.
.1 HsVph Pllah, who keeps a sal .on At
DOS Thorn peon street, gggj ggrtd at
foil Haadqtuirterg t i-dsv and ea.d he
Il id '"ecu sent by hi attorney. Henry
:,...'. it. i. I'ui'i to! intieiv-d i.iu Infor
nal ui that aa bad i ia.-ud t-.i" l the
loot, committed Ul bl care by Jess Al.
.i-tu, oin ol th men undvr arrest. In
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