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IGAR BANDITS WERE BURGLARS,
i WMATHHR-Pnlr te-atakl
eui i i win
PRICE ONE CENT.
CIGAR STORE BANDITS
McDonald Gave Woman
Bnough Explosive to "Blow
Up a Block."
POUND IN A CELLAR.
Police Believe Quartet Com
mitted Many Safe Rob
beries at Night.
The discovery of revolver", mawa,
drills mad aitro glycerine In the cellar
of a tenement at No. 508 Weet Forty
Mooad street thU afternoon by d
teotlvee working; on the came of the
four HMD arrest ed yesterday for ootn
Mttac the United Clear Store
hold-ape, convlnoee Deputy Com
B&klm in Dougherty that he ha In
ontod not only Che man who
Into cigar torea and bound
tat the man who have been
blowing aafaa In United CM gar Co.
torea. The arte robberlea censed
marly la the yaar and ware auoceeded
by the mora ilmple but alao more
Taaawdnm plan of entering the stores
In daylight and holding up the elerkn.
The sleuths mot on the trail of another
In the case to-day. She li Elli-
Whlt. twenty-six yeara old.
and pretty and Uvea at No. 601
Waat Forty-second atreet. Learning
that the man under arreat had called
ma her, two detactlvaa vlaltad Mm
Whlte'a apartment thla afternoon. After
noma conversation the datectlvee were
directed to the cellar, where they found
the sale-blowing apparatua above de
scribed. lOas White eaM the revolvera and
ether things hart been handed her by
Mm McDonald, alia John Gray.
alia "Wait Philadelphia Johnny," one
mf the man under arreat. He told her,
aha aald. Chat ahe must be very careful
in concealing the atuft aa there waa
enough esplooive in the package to blow
up the whole block.
The young woman waa taken to
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POR RACING AND BABE BALI
twiniH 101 a. ev
Ok in Maw
' TOOLS USED BY
E KILLS BABY,
INJURES TWO IN
Hoofs Crush Infant in Carriage
and Sister Is Mortally
PLUNGES INTO WINDOW
Drags Wreckage Through
Plate Glass, Evading At
tempts to Stop Him.
The horae of Tony Caoculo, a ooal
dealer, ran away from In front of No.
4a Henry atreet. Brooklyn, to-day and
at Stato and Hick atreet, a quarter of
a mile away, swerved upon the sidewalk
and planted Ita front hoofs Into a baby
car age containing Mary ttatlgan, two
yaara old, of No. IS Columbia place.
The child received injuries from the
effecta of which ehe died In a few min
ute". Catherine Rat I ran, aaven yeara old,
a eleter of the baby, waa aerloualy,
perhape mortally. Injured, and Mary
Hanlhan of No. SI Atlantic avenue waa
badly hurt The horae after the fatal
encounter with the baby carriage fell
through the plate-glesa window of a
store, receiving auch aerloua lnjurlea
that It will probably be neoeaaary to
destroy the animal.
AUTO STARTED HORSE ON
Caaculo, whoee place of buelness la
at No. 1M Degraw atreet, hag left Me
hone untied In Henry atreet while he
waa delivering coal. The animal be
came frightened at a paaelng automo
bile and bolted. At the corner of Henry
and State atreeta the animal turned Into
the latter thoroughfare, along which It
plunged at full apeed, ilgsagglng from
curb to curb.
Many mail and boy a ran Into the
atreet and waved hate and coata at the
horae, aervlng only to further frighten
the animal. At State and Hlcka atreeta
a group of men gathered In the horae'a
path and, with the beat Intentions, di
verted the runaway to the sidewalk.
At the corner stood Mary Hanlhan,
who had been wheeling the oarrlaga of
baby Ratlgan, the ohlld of a neighbor.
Mary Hanlhan held the hand of Cather
ine Ratlgan. The two elder children
watched with fascinated interest the ap
proach of the runaway, and little Mary
doled nong the soft cu.fiilono of the
The ewervs of the horse was so sud
den that Mary Hanlhan had no tune to
drag her chargea to safety. In a mo
ment the runaway was on them.
HOOPS COME DOWN, CRUSHING
Mad as It was with fear and excite
ment the horse appeared to realise that
there waa something in his way that he
should not run over or destroy. In an
attempt to atop he reared and stood for
a moment with front legs pawing the
air. Then down came the cruel Iron
shod hoofa into tbe fragile carriage and
on the helpleaa baby.
With Ita feet entangled In the wreck
of the baby carriage, the horae plunged
head flrat through the plate-glaaa win
dow of the grocery of Oabrlel Tread,
on the corner. Bystanders pulled the
three Injured children out of the way
of furthar damage from the threshing
When Dr. Ooldersleeve of Long Island
College Hospital reached the scene he
picked up the wreck of the baby car
riage and the body of little Mary
Hallgsn In ons bundle and holding it In
his arms climbed Into the ambulance.
On the way to the hospital ths baby
dlsd. Another ambulance surgeon gava
first aid to Catherine Ratlgan and Mary
Hantaan aad they wee later takaa to
Circulation Books Open to All"
Young Mr. Amis Surely Was
Some Bear When It Came
"NO HARM," SAYS WIFE.
Mrs. Lockwood Took "Broad
Minded View" of Caresses,
but Court Doesn't.
A htond hatred emaeklng tang who
kjaeed a Marathon about Harlem and
the Bronx the fleet night he mat Mrs.
Mary A. Lockwood and then kissed that
adventure loving young wife Into tbe
divorce oourt hi Morton 8. (middle
name Smack) Arvus. He klaaad 'em
Mra. Lockwood and two friend a on the
street, hugged them m the parka,
smacked 'em m the cafes and baled and
cooed with 'em In their homes, all of
whloh la told In the decree awarding
David Lockwood a dlvoroe. signed to
day by Justice Oavagan.
Much of 'Wmnok's" oscutatory genius
la admitted by Mra. Lockwood. Some
of it Is denied by Arvus, hut a deal of
It Is corroborated by Mlsa Maud Peura
tead, a aleter-ln-law of Mrs. Lockwood.
who, with a Mra. Evelyn May bee, was
with Mra. Lockwood the evening tbe
Miser pre-eminent mettled among the
Mires youag women. It may ha that
Arvus partially deled oat his smacks
m favor of Mra. Lookwood and thereby
aiwuaed the demon Jealousy, but the
records show that soon after the night
of kisses hueband heard of It and thus
began the undoing of Mrs. Lockwood.
One night Lockwood, who It. a civil
engineer, made an Impromptu call on
his wife In her apartment at No. 1U
Wadeworth avenue, and there waa Ar
vus. William K. McClelland, a witness
and friend of Lookwood, told Justice
Oavagan of the aftermath. He met Mra.
Lockwood a few daya later and here's
what he eaya ahe said:
ARVUS DISTRIBUTED HIS KISSES
'Vie told me that 'Dave had nailed
her In a flat with Morton he used the
name of Morton and waa supposed to
be a nephew of Levi P. Morton and
ahe aaM he was a good gama kid and
that Morton waa going to a tick. She
aald 'I admire the kid for his plunk
and I had to admit that I admired the
way he answered 'Dave' when 'Dave'
toM him to put on his duda and beat
Mra. Lockwood, a frail, comely little
woman, denied MnOlelland'e alleged In
terview, but ahe admitted that what
Miss Paumstead said about tbe ktaslng
waa trus, except that Arvus was aa
lavish In his oeoulatory attentlona to
Miss Paumstead and Mra. Maybee aa
to her. As a matter of fact, ahe aald,
Arvus warn calling to aee Miss Paum
stead and not her the night "Dave" un
"What explanation have you married
women to make of kissing a man the
flrat night you met him?" demanded the
"Only that I did not see any harm.
Mr. Arvua was sociable and nice and
klseed us all," replied Mrs. Lockwood.
LOOKED AT KISSING IN "BROAD
"Do you consider It proper fur married
women to kiss strange mon tbla way?"
pressed Justice Oavagan.
"Weft It's, not : nproper," ahe en-
Iou see, Mr. Lookwood often
S,S DROWNED IN PLUNGE OF AUTO
uuuiu ui u i nu u
TORE, SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1913.
Governess and Two In
fants Carried to Bot
tom With Car That
Crashes Through Rail i
of Bridie Over the;
PARIS, April 11. Two children of
Isadora Duncan, the American dancer,
and their governess were killed In an
automobile accident Just outside the
walla of Parla to-day. Their automo
bile left a bridge over tbe Seine and
plunged Into the river, carrying all
the occupants, including the chauffeur,
with It Of the four the driver waa
the onfcy one to escape death.
The accident occurred at Levaltols
Perret. The governess and the children
were enjoying a drive outside of the
city and the chauffeur had guided the
car onto the bridge when, for aome rea
son as yet unexpla 'ned, the oar awerved
and headed for the sidewalk.
It oroaaed the roadway rapidly. Jumped
the curb and shot across the pathway
alongside of whloh an iron railing rung.
The oar had great momentum and
plunged through the railing aa though It
had been made of cardboard. Than the
oar toppled bead flrat Into the river be
low. The accident waa wltneeaed by folk
of the neighborhood, who ruabed to the
rescue Instantly. They managed to get
the chauffeur to ahora alive, but the
governeaa and the children, riding In
tbe rear of the machine, had been un
aible to Jump and could not olear them
selves from the wreckage wUien the car
sank In the river. The bodies of the
three were recovered some time after
ward. The children were a six-year-old boy
and a four-year-old girt Ths tragedy
occurred Just outside the dancer's house
The shook has made her seriously Ul.
TRAVIS DEFEATS COOK.
LAK.KBWOOD, N. J., April .
Walter J. Travis beat Horace T. Cook
In the Anal round of the spring tourna
ment ihare this afternoon by ! uj after
being 1 down to Ms eohootbuy rival at
the end of the ftret half
(Por Details of Other (lames See Pate I.)
klseed other women and we came to
look upon suoh things from a broad
"Don't you now think you were ex
cessively broadinlnded this night, Mra
"Tea, I do now," waa the meek return.
Mist Paumstead, a stately, buxom
young woman, who has shed a husband
and who Uvea In Cleveland, was ths
principal witness against Mrs. Look
wood. She Is a sister of Lookwood.
The Court gave Lockwood the custody
of thslr child and made no provision for
Mra Lovkwood's support. She and Ar
vua left the court-room together.
TO DEATH IN CARRIAGE
afssaaO bbbbbb) -i.
! 1 wm
IN SHORT FALL ON
Brodie Crushed Under Aero
plane, Which Drops 45 Feet
When Wire Is Snapped.
OKSCUOO, April It. -Otto W. Brodie,
m peaf iseUnal aviator, warn killed to-day
by a fall of hie maohlne from a height
of forty-rive feet at tbe avtatton grounds
on (ha Waat aide. Brodie waa head of a
eobool af aviation and waa t eating a now
Brodie was guiding the me. chine over
some trees when a branch snapped a
guide-wire, preventing control of the
aaropiane. The aviator waa caught un
der the engine.
Brodie waa one of the flrat Chicago
ana to take up aviation professionally.
He waa twanty-alx yeare old and had
been flying about four yeara. Him In
struction work .warn so auccaeaf ml that
be recently initiated plans for a fac
tory for the manufacture of air craft
Brodie claimed the distinction of be
ing the first aviator to deliver peroel
post packages by the air route. Ha
carried ssveral auch packages from
Cicero, a auburb of Chicago, to Argo,
III.; soon after the parcel eervlce was
Installed by the Poat-Offlce Depart
ment. Moat of hla flying was dona In
Chicago and vicinity, although recently
he appeared In Florida.
CAFE OWNERS INCORPORATE.
Martin, thanley and Others fores
Koclrtr for Mstsel Protect loo.
ALBANY, April It. The New York
Society of Reetauranta. organised by
the reetaurant proprietors of New York
City for mutual protection, waa Incor
porated to-day. Tbe directors Include
Louie Martin, Michael Bhanlay, It u.
Haan, Louis P. Fischer and Adolph
Hues-kind of New York City.
The International Mutual Cooks and
Pastry Cooks' Association of Now York
also waa Incorporated. The directors
Include Theodore La Manna, Adolpbe
Meyer and Laurent Murr of New York
Celebrate Patriot.' flay.
HOHTON. April 1. Patriots' Day,
ths anniversary of the battles of Lex
ington aad Concord, waa observed
throughout Massachusetts to-day. Busi
ness waa suspended gam art ha.
"Circulation Books Open to
OF SILK REVEALED
BY RICIT BROKER"
Louis J. Sherman, in Remark
able Confession, Tells How
Truckmen Stole Fortune.
HIS PROFIT 400 WEEK.
Handled Si. 000 Worth of
Stolen Goods Daily Through
Big "Business" House.
Per three hour lata last night la the
blr courtroom ef Part Five af Oeneral
Session Judge aSultlvan mam a
eat listening with rapt attaattaa to what
the Jurist declared warn the
mark afc la sonfssataa he had hear la
hie yaara at the criminal bar.
known la many parts ef the United
Ma tee aa m ejhilaasl
broker eg repute, tote, la
wars saatoassa, the story of
raea tm steal tar htasi hew he
mall him stotea goods; haw ha
bookkeepers mad stenographers to ham
die hla "business;" haw be bought mad
sold mere than 11, tea worth of
silks and wtiitaas nearly every dap.
Aa a result af the dramatic confes
sion more than a moaie of arrests wfll
be made It la reported that officer af
half a doom big silk and woollen
"eoncenta," with Mg offieee mad lofts In
the wholesale woollen and silk district
win km shown never to have pa re haul
legitimately one dollar, worth of goods.
Sherman admitted that of the mora lama
M.tea worth mf mUka and wsalleas
hla Arm sold net one dollar's worth warn
purchased except from thieves,
Sherman Uvea at Ma aft nedlhar
avenue. Brooklyn, la a splendidly ap
pointed apartment He kept hla awa
automobile and chauffeur. Ha drove
dally to the offloea of ' Louie Bel
wholesale silk broker, at Ma lit
way." He waa at his desk primp My at
He left at l.tm each
la Ma automobile
COMPANY LOST $70,060 WORTH IN
On Jan. II the prosperous business
waa arreeted by Detactlvaa award
Lawler, John Donahue aad Jeeeah Oil-
klneoa of the Maodougal atreet atatlea.
charged with receiving two oaaaa of
alls and gowns valued at Mil. stolen
from trucks after being consigned by
Benkenreid Strauss of No. l Woaatar
atreet to a Boston Arm.
Sherman pleaded guilty before Jaasas
O'Suillvan and waa remanded for sen
tence. Tram he made hla confession to
Assistant District-Atom ey Moekowita,
aad half a daaea arras la warm made.
Pour of the men arrested were Thomas
A Condon, Roe-well Kennedy, Alex
Smith and Joseph O'Neill, truckmen for
the AJax Trucking Company, owned
by John MoKeever, which did all ths
trucking business for the American
Woolen Company. Tbe latter company
bad loot 170,000 worth of woolens from
Ita trucks In a few months.
Condon pleaded guilty, but Kennedy
elected to go to trial before Judge
O'Suillvan last night. Sherman speaiad
aa the principal wltaeaa against him.
The suave-looking silk merchant waa
x roas-sxamlned tor three hours by
Judge O'Suillvan and Assistant District
Attorney Brouthera. who proeecuted.
and under their guldancs ha told what
the Jurist declared waa the moat re
markable confession hs bad ever lis
From the court records, part of Sher
man's confession reads:
"About Juns li, Mil, I was a driver
for the National Express Company. I
was approached by a man who rave
the name of Simmons, hut whoee real
namo I have since found out was M. D.
l..ivouasove He mads an appointment
with ma that evening and spent a lot of
money entertaining me. He suggested
that he had a market for merchandise
and aaked me to change the address oa
packages ta the cara af the National
haw a great hgahjm tram whisk ha aa
traetag a Pratt at tee week test
bean bvUded aa atataa gooaai haw aa
MARSHALL IS OPPOSED
TO PRIVILEGE, BUT SAYS
HE'S NOT AN ANARCHIST
" hat no cftMtV fa limit thm
lation of wealth in Ameriem. t
only to call
and to give
"1 do not want SoeiaUem am
1 do not
pie to enjoy good thmgv
"If we come
economic condition that earn
cannot mxUt end individual M
not exerciee hie inherent and
ability in bueineoe, then the
. are erne tm eumeeed.
"I have felt
tamed pedal privileges
sent that special privilege be
done uway with.
"Under changed conditions t
rich and the great mass of
WASumaroif, Arm i$.ru yjmm t
OaaHmi af WaeMajgdpa. ragtags
&99t 8$9$0Sf 9909 W 00twwwM4
sew of mmmmm mem arm Mamie,
net tt a wgrslagi frowt Ike-
tagad, tag aura eo epoaM me cater
pea fa President wiJmaa. BmogajM soots of Mr. afmstairi --- ,
ajftevaaegf hove tewa tttcmMfmag', Bp aMefaleel aakf mini vm
Pfmey far ram sTpgiNf World, rleedly aweattng- maf fkg frwaej mf pmVm
' stpaalt have not made any ohargaa
men of America. I
have merely voiced what I thought to
ha nubile opinion. The American people
an fair e.i.a.A a-.r. to h. test.
M puea. mptpjVwroa. with rmW
may ha easily chanced ky rich man
ehowlng the people that the methods by
which they obtained their money are
thoas used la Ike ordinary business
transections of Ilia and have not beta
rernforcod by special privileges granted
WOULD NOT LIMIT ACCUMULA
TION OP RICHBS,
"I have no deal re to limit the accumu
lation of wealth In America. I desire
only to call attention of thooe charged
with wrong dealing to that charge and
to give them an opportunity to disprove
"I eannot give my personal aaeent to
a ayalem of government which la either
paternalistic or socialistic In Ita charuc-
niiawrp vi ti 'bihih III i UP t llghl uu
and I have fait tnat If those wbo
have obtained sped! prlvllegea through
iaaislatlva enactments could r-.llv on.
derataud the feollna of the American
people they would. In a aplrlt of loal'y
to our Institutions, coneent that specie!
privilege be speedily done away wllb
that the old -fas monad Jefferaonlan
theory of equal and exact Junius Ul all
man become the economic policy of the
"It Is somewhat amusing to recall that
In Indiana I was charged with not using
progressive, while now, when 1 call at.
lentlon In New York to what I think
Is tbe opinion of the public aa to a pure
paternalism for the few. 1 am dinoinl
nated an Anarchlat. I tio not cliouee to
discuss the underlying prmciplee with
reference to property. If I did I rould
die authorities from Solomon to Lord
Coleridge that no man has an lntieie.it
right to property after he Is dead and
that the laws of descent and the
distribution of property have, among all
ta-nlaht and taadapi
IV I I I W IN.
PRICE ONE CENT.
attention of them
dealing to that
them an epjHntmAifa
believe in SoeiaUem.
the tolly of eduemtmg
the doer of
that if theee who
, in a spirit of loyalty,
9&H99 0f i
in Mm pplana, fp ,
uemnS Ms gat pjMe mf m i
asecultoe 1 awpiaeag i
theory of the
ange tbe la we
"?r awarnaat nor el villi
5 "CJP !
Juetly dealt with, whether hp Ma.
lowman or by hla dove
cwee restive. The American M mat I
nope always will be a
would have my adrioe. If K
anything, to boar tbe evils km ham I
man to fly to others he tains net eg,
not the American U not as vaatty
fereat from other men that km wiB
tlnue for untold yeare to
tr I but ion of wealth la a way ha I
unjuet and which those who aMsJB H
will not take the trouble tm ahaey Mat
la fair and square.
"It must not be forgotten toast HHk
raoh told the Jew to make
out etraw. The Jew did far a
Then he left Egypt aad
all the earrings in eight.
forgotten either that
' ?. ,h mol' " M
let them eat cake,'
I mv' b inquire
TRUSTS COULDN'T LtVB
OUT SPECIAL PBIVI
' Vou aak me what kaa
I have described ta bo
with reference to fortul
There have been two
of economics pro ail
people woe IsTa. The
kaa been fairly coaatstoat
for a tariff for revenue aad
the granting by Cangret
ilrgee I'ne Republican
fur a high protective
shifted its reasons first frame
of infant Industrie le
proposition that the
turer should be gu area teed
ence In l no coot of
and abroad u gather weth a
' ' ' "ew imm-JBum
PS' .UMmf '.jW
saMMggt g B, m. '
arsatses samd ea she.
I da not waat ta
thing that aarlaar Map
patient man. Ma
, aa easeaaaaak.
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