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m EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1913
BOMB IN TENEMENT
, PUTS 75 TENANTS
i TO FLIGHT IN PANIC
! Doors, Blown Out, Strike Pass
ing Driver, Who Is Fa
John mirrouftii, tnxi. w
j Srlvlns by the tenement house at Nf.
I Mi East Bifvmth tret alvorilr after
i I.M o'clock law) oiornlnsj 'n a bomb
pllJ In U hallway of the build-
LONG MISSING WITNESS
AGAINST BECKER MEN
IS FOUND AT LAST
Jennie Morris Arrested and
Trial Day for White and
Stelner Is Set
Th trial at Pollopmen ,Tm C Whltii
and Chrs O. fttelnert, formerly mem
ber of Decker' a Strong Arm Sn irs.il anil
row umler lndlrtment f,r perjury, le
now aal down for Jan. 3. and Aaslstant
Dtt1ct.Attnrn,.y Moaa fipMU to pro-
seed on that date, Inasmuch at one of
Ins. A pair 01 n) ' w.. w in minting wiinrMrt, Mr Jennie Moi-
rt, was locsnd and arrested tn-day by
Detectives Itoonev, Owan and Ilrown
of tha 1 !.!.!. t-At!.n,.j- matt
Another woman wltneaa. Mm Dirt
ant ward with tha force of cannon oalla
aad tha truck waa dlracUy la ranaT
Tha driver waa knocked from hla seat,
. si-- ..Hn..nB.sr.n in tha atraat at
- - " ' . , ....... tfc. 1 Oraanbarc, haa been loosied, ro.r1ln
" L Wort. "0 "111 b. product ,n time
fevr tha trial anrl It I. a.n.nla I . t, . t m
at tha asma " on tha outside of u,. ro.D W,nM,M ,, hav, bn
waa eneoded by tha havoc wrought Jn jajag com, ou, wl)i)B g wm)
within. Tha maa who oauaed t had Whlt, mnar, arrted j.ck
aUaad Ma horn directly seseatii 5. , tB lnUrn.tlona, r,st.llr.nt.
HUBBY'S SO CRUEL
HE WON'T PASS HER
SUGAR AND CREAM
Neither Will Mr. Johnson Lift
His Hat to Wife, She Says
fn Court Action.
stairway laadlnc to tha aMfht apart
aaata af tha fJve-atory buOdtna, badly
damaalnST tha flrit fllcht. Tha balue
trade waa blown off.
Parte apraa.1 thrournotrt tha botldtn.
, Maa, woman and chlMroa Jumped (ram
' their bad and i tar tad for tha atairway.
Bm at tha aacond floor May found, thalr
east atoppad; tha atairway waa badly
damased. undarmlnad and loakad raady
1 ta aallapaa. With ona aooord aoma
, awaaty-nva frightened paopla daahad
far tha Bra esnass at tha front of tha
baMbf. Soma aoucht higher floora
. Irani wMoh ta atambar out on tha lira
HHI and fat la tha elreet.
TNI WHOLE NEIGHBORHOOD IN
rmwianiiii Burka and Oarroll af tha
,Eaat Fifth atraat atatioo wara on Vwat
a ream, hardly a blook away, whaa thay
hoard tha exptoatan. Hurriedly run.
HUM there, thay arrived to Had tha
.lira aacana a maaa af atruawllnd paopla.
many In arrav part) of bains suanod off
ay panlo-atrlokaa companions. Carroll,
aaalitad by Burka, climbed aa Iroa
(aaaa and aueaaadad 1a swtnrtas him.
aalf up to tha tad af tha flra aaoapa.
Ha than draaaad tha est anal on laddar
and tha fJkjff id yMmt bursts s tke
In tha maaa ttma tha whota aalgwsor
hood had aaaa arauaad. Tha aactlon la
,t favorlu atantptai cround tor bomb.
throwara. and hardly a bulldlna around
than baa aaoapad. But thla bomb bad
dona mora than tha usual da maaa, aad
K.aventh atrrat aad Ptrat avanua aaaa
wara crowded with a maaa of humanity
In vartoua atatea af undraaa, faartac to
raturn to thftr apartmanta.
Almoat avary window In housaa aarnaa
tha atraat from Mo. tot Eaat Blsvoath
jauaat waa brokan, aamllar damasa had
i lean dona u tha adjotnlmi atmotura at
No. 1W rat avanua. And In tha hauaa
whara tha bomb waa placad not only
wara window! brokan. hut avary door
opanlnc on tha hallway waa unhburad,
all tha plantar waa ripped off and a hole
Mora In tha floor ins utreotly beneath
whara tha bomb waa placed, mora than
three feet attuara. Water Maaa la tha
jbuelduif wara amaahad aad tha ruah of
water addad to the oonfuelon.
Nona of the taaanta would admit
navlng received Black Hand latter.
Two atoraa oa tha atraat Uoor of tha
structure are occupied by Vrancaaoo
(Cardinal, a trocar, and Paequale laal-
proprietor of a butcher, ahop. In-
.atlaaa la a newcomer In tha nalshbor-
hood, aad saalp of tha tenanta named
Iblm aa the probable object of attack.
haalleT bousht the bualnaaa whaa II
rwaa aold to the hlshaat bidder, and It
tha place wara not aatlellad and
had made threats. But lnallaco denied
t ha had bean threatened.
oven ar eight tenant wara brulaad
cut ay nytns kindling and break
lass and had thalr Injuria treated
jat nearby drug atoraa. Burroucha, tha
driver, who le twenty-two yaara old
uvea at Ma til Bast Fifteenth
L waa taVer to Ballavue Huaoltal
la a asrloua condition. Hla akull la
Braotured and phyriclana ballava u can
mat rboover. Hla horee ran to Avanue
B, aaau thay were stopped by PoUoarnan
wn af the rifbh atraat etatlon. Uoth
badly out by the flybis wood re
ar tha driver e Injuries.
No, 7 Second ivenuf, laat April, and
acouaad him of carrylns a revoltnr In
violation of tha Sullivan law. Zells
waa Indicted. He claimed from the
time or hla arraat that the pnJIounen
Slipped a revolver Into hid pocket and
that ha was not armed at the time
of hla arraat.
On tha teatlmony of other witnesses
that the moment the pullcemen put
thalr hand on him Zellir threw open
hla coat and ahouted that ha had no
fan. White and Stelnert were Indicted,
ban Jack Bully waa ahot dead In a
feoond avenue oar by "Had" bavldaon
and the chief wltnass was out of tha
However, the OtetrlotAttorney deter
aaosd to push tha oaee asalnit White
and Stelnert But when be came to
round up the wltnaeae lie found thay
bad all dlaaupearad. w Morrla, who
was aaahiar of the restaurant. Is the flrat
to ha oausht. Justice Ooff committed
her to the Ifouae of Detention thla arter
noon. She eall aha had been Mdtn In
Brooklyn, but she was arraat I'd at No.
M4 Eaat Rleventh etreet. The Dlatrlct
Attorney 1a particularly Internated In
knowbur who told Mra Morrla u dleap
aaar, and who hapt her eupplled with
ruada wtaBe ana waa In hldlns
Baataa S to 1 for Lleeaao.
BOSTON, Jan. U. Lea than half of
Boston a voter took part In yeaterday'a
lection. Llcenaa carried, 10,011 to It 71.
A referendum provldlns for an eight
hour day for rlty amployeea waa adopt
ed. K.M4 t 7.060.
That Richard O. Johnaon, a wealthy
ewinf machine manufacturer, of No.
711 Broadway, kidnapped hla own eon,
rtlchard II, Johnann, and lodRed the
eeven-yenr-old child In a Washington,
OMBBh Inatltutton which le "more HMC
veastble and oppreealv than a tail," la
the charge mad against Juhnaon by hi
wafe. Kthel C. Johnaon, who procurid
a writ of haheaa corpua to-day remit
Ins her huelmnd to bring the boy before
Justice Amend la the Supreme Court.
Mr. Johnson' affidavit, In wnlrtt she
allege' In detail how Johneoa eoaied
the child from bar on the protest that
he i.iiei to take little Rlohard to New
York and buy him new clothee, ta the
flrat Intimation that the Johneone'
friend have had that difference exlet.
Tha young couple occupy a One home
at No. IB Woodland avanua. New
Rochelle, In the heart of the fashionable
REFUSES TO PASS HER THE SU
GAR AND CREAM.
Johnson, who I Sn officer of A. J.
Ahlstron A Co., waa - uu-med to Mia
Kthel Cotyer In St. James's Protestant
Bpflaoopel Ohuroh, Madison avanua aad
Sevanty-flrst street. In January, 190.1
Mies Culver la tha daughter of Vincent
Colyer, Audi lor of tha Stamp Jtopart-
merit of the New York Poat-Offtoa. The
event waa a social affair, wblob was
graced toy numbers af the younger aosl
ety folk, anions whom both wore popu
lar. Attaohed to Mrs. Johnson petition for
a writ of haheaa corpus, which waa
drawn by William Brunner of No. 230
Broadway, I an affidavit sworn to by
Mra Juhnson, In will art she atatea that
her husband has not spoken to bar In
their home alnc July, 111. although he
alapt In an adjoining room aad had hie
seal at tba same table.
Since Bsptember, M2, Mrs. Johnoan
eays. her hueband haa declined oven to
recognise her. Prevtouely, ahe avers, he
at least lifted hi hat to her when ha
met her on the walk or In public. In the
last raw months be has avaa declined to
pass her t.h Mils! and m'lk at the
hreukfait table, Mtt aa
FOUND MLR CM Lb A PRISONF.H.
Ho iitofotind Mil t'cen hie Sllsnsa, I
Mi-e, JsbhSSS SfwTA tltut S SSH lie iNsb J
pone to heat her vooe on the telephotto
wire he gfltttS. off thu OOSnBOtlSII wllo
hang. Kv.ti when ... took the hah.
RleHrd, fruin theli home he spoke I
only to the i hlld. The mother heard
MM .., he wanted to buy little Dick
aome new clothaa. 1
"1 whs able to trace my baby to the
Connecticut Institution yneterday," said I
the mother. "I found him crying hia
eyea out. Ma I as much a prisoner
there a la a burglar In the Tomb.
He cried plteounly end bessed me to
take him home, but tlmy would not let
me have my child. My heart I broken,
for 1 did not wlah to allow the public
to know our affair. Now Mr. Johnaon
haa brought hla cruelty Into the courts.
I have Buffered In patience, thinking he
would break his long alien fur little
There la no matrimonial action pend
ing between the Job neon a.
WALDO KEEPS SILESCE
ON CLASSMATE'S VISIT
TO PUESI DENT-ELECT.
A TH RU
Insurance Agent Indicted with
Grutz and "Izzy the
Kaliman Newmark. tn tnaurano
aant and Independent adjuater. At No
M Vine street, living at No. r30 West
One Hundred and Ktfty-accond atreet.waa
arralsned before Juatlce tlofT to-day and
held on an IrtdlMn-ent c-a-rlnt him with
presenting a falt.e and fraudulent proof
of los to a fire Inaurancr company.
N'evrtnark la one of the men tb tMatrlct
Ailotney anrl Klre Marahal Prlal accuse
of lining the t ihgleodrra of the arson
syndicate which made a business of set
ting fire to the furniture In data and
to ka In email store for the purpose
of collecting Insurance. He was held In
Indicted with New-mark were Qenrge
Units,, the Harlem Insurance broker,
who waa arrested last week, and "Isay"
Htetn, alias "Issy the Painter," who
serving a long term in Ming Sing for
arson. Ur.it. who haa been a prisoner
In Harlem Police Court, waa arraigned
In court to plead to the Indictment and
sent to the Tombs. He ho In en unable
to procure the 1!,000 ball de;nanded by
"Isay" Htrln will be brought down
from Sing King to plead tn the Indict
ment, but he will do more than enter a
plea. He has promised that he will re
veal to the District-Attorney and the
Fire Marshal all the Inner secrets of
the anon syndicate.
The apeoinc oharge on which the In
dlctmenta agalnat stein. Newmark and
Units were returned wa for complicity
In Betting Are to the household effects
of Ram Uoid at No. 671 BMI On Hun
dred and Thirty-eighth etreet, Dec. 1,
1910. The principal witness in the case
Everything was left to ' lsy." Mrs.
Quid went to the butchsr ahop Dec. 1
with a neighbor, and, returning In half
an hour, found the fire department at
work. Although the k'lra Marshal had
made an examination In which ne placed
the loss at I"''. Oruts appeared a few
day later and took an Inventory of
every article of furniture In the flat He
made a olalm to the company for WOO.
The Inaurance company refuaed to
settle for 1900 and told Oruts the fire
looked uplclous. Finally a settlement
was agreed upon for t.r., which money
is said to have barn divided bMSesn
Uold. units and. Stein.
Oruts Is the chairman of a society is
Industrial Inaurance, Hs it a collector
who has also figured In many aasea as a
br ker and sn insursnce adjuster
arinv l as:
' Makea Hot and Cold Meata Tasty.
I A Flnt Hth Smtt Iv AH ij KiSassri
' At Ken, ateaaen mid Urvrery llf IB,
i in CKNTS. linoB with each hattle.
PaHot Commissioner Waldo reftteed
to dlacuaa to-uay Uio rumor that I'rcil-dent-ele.
t Wilson I tn appoint him
Oovnnior-UHiiernl of the Philippines
The report has been floating uroiind In
political circles elnce laat summer.
John Kennnrd, who visited the President-elect
yesterday and augKnted the
appointment of Mr. Waldo, la a clone,
mate of Coy. Wlleon. He la alao a
close frltnd of th Police Commla
alnner. It Is known that Mr. Waldo
nonatdera ti,.it tl.ere Is a arcat cbnnce
for a young man in the Philippines.
He saw service in the Island na an
army officer, made n study of the peo
ple and their needa, and ha kept In
Clna touch with Philippine affair-,
through his wldo SSQUSIStluV o among
army and naval ufflcera.
Jnds Hoaah Iniproee.
It was aald In the New York Hoapltal
last night that UrJted States District
Judge Hough will he able to be takes
to hi home In few dsya
Our one quality meant "No. 1"
quality best that's going.
Waits Rots CoHeoOaJr 35c.s Pounc
m ii ii
aggravate catarrrial colds
and bronchial disorders,
and if neglected often lead
to pneumonia or con
sumption. scorrs emulsion
oaf cold and comet bronchial
troubU: It soothes and heals
the affected membranes. It
makes heahhy flesh, rich
blood and strengthens weak
lungs. Nothing is so good
as Scoff's EmuUion for
stubborn coughs and colds.
msisr off soorrs.
Scott a Howne. Bloom field, N. J. 1J-7"
Get rid of your
cold now. Take
nn chanrri with
"I um Pr tell , Cftufti Srrupl'S nil. femtre,iffSt,
bs(4ii,t I, ftlstyt arl',. 1 sul(t Ub, HQ nttirr '
Mra E Brm. Ml Ml l-lllott Avr . Drlroll. Ml. ti.
for 1 Free sample tPlSt mm Md.
BANKER'S WIFE SUES SHOW
'MAGNATES FOR 110,000 COAT
Wn. Sorj Acs Its Value From
Dillingham and Ziegfeld for Loss
of Wrap at Globe Tneatre.
Mrs, Grayoe A. Korg. wife of Paul J.
Bong, lbs society whip, banker and to
bacco magnate, tiled suit In the Supreme
Court to-day agalnat Klorens Ziegfeld
bnd Charles Dillingham, theatric pro.
du era. ta recover tic,'", which she aay
la tbe pi Ice of a tuaalan sable ooat !
which strangely disappeared from bar '
boa on the night of Jan. &. li'U. at tha !
Hbe ediarge h delivered the ooat to
Sn attendant, who piotnlaed to return
ft to her when the performano wa
Over. When ahe asked for the ooat tha
attendant failed to produce IL
MUST WH n, four rest olde .,. i ...
G. lojf llh. 100. 'UU. 100; llris,, lOA
iUn .a. U. oelkw. 10.",. I'm. Itiv ,,
j; vn Ins. Ml: IlllNf. lid; lUltUjiuui
lift: Juisr Wailoo. 101: gbroa. It, lien Cocai
s'Sf uMi l(t)K Salluif thna raar oldi; nsa
i. . a lull fueieaaa. MarerdaV 101 l(n Mttl-
tart. Km, 101; Utruunuai. luu, WUekr.
On; Hl.sit It.art. 111.
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IVi. sis furl-ana - -IVtie of LUutofv, loo, J. R
.j ill rarlniii. TTrte or i.iaiuon loo, J. I,,
iohlnaoii. 100, Hurra s ltutsru, 100, ai ,il
iarrhaiuiit. 100: Ooeaauur. ion. Ln dlla Allen,
Hi. l-asiaik ., . ti.ad. log. koberta aad
SJs' lD'.'t t firmer tnirj.
. S tr ill , , e lia I,. ,r sir SB suu O'l
11 furl. a. Helen, loft. OflHsa Aanei. to'
Kaalnbr 10S: Vrnrtlsa. 103, 1 .. i.i.Ua
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Billc ivilla i 'reel. WH Tn,ui,iie,,l, loo,
car. I Sl Ktuirli N A; It- Mala,
i; tasaafll It Mai I ..: Maruusaiut, 100.
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Clearance Sale of
This Week Only!
The only Clearance Sale ever held by the
LONDON FEATHER COMPANY
WE are transferring the stocks from our New
York branch stores and centering all our
p metropolitan business in our 34th Street
establishment. This gives us a surplus stock of
Spring styles of the hnest quality which we are
obliged to clear at ridiculously low prices.
These include many new and oricinal shapes In ostrich
novelties the latest color combinations also black and white
Milliners and dealers should take advantage of this oppor
500 Ostrich Band (32 inches)
500 hench Curl Plumes ( 1 4 inches) .
500 Ostrich Novelties (20 different designs)
200 Ostrich Bands
250 Bunches of Tips (three in s bunch)
500 French Curl Plumes . . . .
300 French Curl Plumes .
100 Ostrich Plumes (20 inches, best quality)
500 Willow Ptumesfsingle and double knotted only) 3.95
500 Willow Plumes (tingle and double knotted) 5.95 to
300 Willow Plumes (single and double knotted) 10.75 to
200 Willow Plumes (28 to 30 inches long) . 1 5.75 to
LONDON FEATHER COMPANY
21 West 34th Street
LONDON FEATHER BUILDING
For tbe past 36 years one of the leading Man
ufacturers and Retailers of high grade Furs.
21 West 34th Street
22 West 23d Street
SEE THESE FUR PRICES
They Have Never Been Equalled,
Every Garment Our Own Make and Guaranteed
By Us to Be Perfect in Every Particular.
$50 Women's Fur-lined Coats, 10.00
Full length Broadcloth Coats, Sahlc Squirrel or Alaska Sable
Collar, lining of natural or sablcd Jap. Squirrel; 36 in the j
lot; 18 on sale at each store
Real Russian Pony Coats $30 Natural Racoon Sets, 10.03
Beautiful animal scarf with 1
$50 Coats Reduced to . 19.75 heads, paws and natural - AA
$75 Coats Reduced to . 27.50 tail and lure semi-lHilster ; 1 jl
. . .. muff; entire set lined with vew
$100 Coats Reduced to 31.50 guarantee satin; value $30
$200 Genuine Hudson Seal Coats, Full length I QM CA
(Guaranteed Imported Dyed Musk rat) I OtoMI
$.30 Genuine Skunk Muffs 9e75
$35 Red Fox Sets, Animal Scarfs, Fancy Muff, I J 7C
trimmed with head, tail and paws
Closing out all Persian Lamb Coats regardless ol 1 f Mr aa
former prices ; some were as high as $400.00 HtJeVv
French Seal Coats
$100 Natural Russian Pony Coats.
$100 Russian Marmot Coats
$250 Leopard or Civet Motor Coats
$700 Natural Dark and Eastern
$150 Trimmed Hudson Dyed Seal
i.200 French Mole Coats
$25 Iceland Fox Sets g,5
$25 French Seal Sets 12.5f
$40 Black Fox Sets 17.g
$50 Pointed Fox Sets 24.50
$55 Civet Cat Sets 24.50
$100 Silver Kit Fox Sets 42.50
$200 Genuine Fisher Sets 95.00
Men's Fur Lined Coats
Garments of the highest character, tailored by hand,
and made to sell for $65.00 or more.
Outside of coat is of supcrioi quality broadcloth; collar is of
Persian Lamb, or unplutked Otter, linings are Japanese Mink,
ur Russian Marmot
Small Craft, Stoim and Hurricane Warnings, High Tide Tables, Etc., Etc.,
re among the thousands of features of the
1913 WOULD ALMA J AC
25,000 Other Facts and Figures
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