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THE IVENINO WORLD, MONDAY, MARCH 23, 1014.
BANDIT SHOT TWO
IN BANK HOLD-UP;
FIRED AT CROWD
tfced Ptetol as He Jumped
Counter, Gathered Up
Money and Escaped.
STARTED STREET PANIC.
Sent Fusllade of Bullets at A1-
toona People, Then Sped
Away in Stolen Auto.
ATTOONA, Pa.. March It. A Ions
bandit to-day shut the cashier of thn
t'nlon Bank of ibis ctty, wounded a
iapo1tor ami sot away In an auto
mobile with about $-.fto of the bank's
The robber drove up to the liank, In
the neutral part of the city, In an
automobile and. entering, pointed a
revolver at Mr. Burton, the teller,
end demanded the bank's money.
Burton tluoked behind the counter.
Tfcs strainer clltnboii to the ledge of
ike counter, vaulted over the Iron
and landed Inside. The
nwnniuMt KILLED IN mr
" AS 700 STRIKERS
Session Scheduled to End Frl-
day, but Warring Factions Boy Shot Down and Number
May Cause Trouble. of Other Persons Wounded
in Clash Up the Slate.
'SsUl to Hi Krntat Wortcf.l
A lIt ANY, March II. The Legisla
ture begins to-night the last week of
Its annual session. Adjournment baa
been fled for Friday, but nn lent har
monious agreement between the Dem
ocratic flenate and Republican Assem
bly Is reached before that time, the
clock will be stopped and the Fri
day session will continue until one
side gives In.
The principal struggle over ap
propriations, both parties making
valiant proclamations In favor of
economy but unable to Sfrreo over
what shall be cut out. The K publi
cans are determined to dispense en
tirely with two State Departments,
held by Tnmmany men, assorting that
they are useless and that their duties
can just as well bo performed by
other existing department.
These are the Plate Fire Marshal's
office, hold by Thomas .1. Ahoitrn,
with George F, Hoesoh as deputy.
The other Is the Department of Rffl
clency and Economy, of whloh John
II. Dolaney Is Commissioner. The
P. Kupert, turned In Mai '-"'""",r"
..... mm k. n. , i .- ,, --1 lasus of thlK and the two Houses are
JH. r III.. UR1IUI, II ' . HID I
ballet striking him in the Htomacli. 1 "oa',lorKFa'
A bookk.oper and another employee I Telephone rate revision for New
.. ,i,r,iiii , th aallas I Tork Clx u another Important sub-
... . , , - 1 Jpc1 ' bo decided by the legislature.
; Tho Assembly has need UM (Sold
The robtiei- rroe.eednl to gather In
a satchel nJI the loose bills he found
on the counter While sn engaged a
Mr. Blackburn, u. depositor, en
tered the bank to have a check
ashed, and as he was closing the
front door, the robber tired a bullet
through hie tliltili.
Opening the door from the Inside
of the benk counter, the thief walkod
out to the street. Many people were
passing the bank corner at tho time,
and he fired In every direction, drtv
I Of everybody to cover. Tumping
Into the automobile he drove up
KlgliUi avenue, dluappearltur bofoio
any attempt could le made to stop
Rupert wae nuiTled to the Altoona
Hospital and Blackburn was taken to
The tellor estimated the lose at
IH0O, all In bills.
The wounds of the two injured men
berg five-cent rate bill ond the Ken
ate has before It tho Governor's pro
position for a 1100.000 appropriation
to cnablo the up-Ktate Public Ser
vice Commission to make nn up
pralsal and valuation of the com
pony's property as tho basis for re
vised rates. Leaders of the two
houses will try to agree on one or the
other of the two plans.
There are two unsettled measures
of great Importance up State. One Is
the llydro-F.lectrlo bill, which con
templates having the State go Into
the business of developing water
power for making oluctrlclty; the
other Is the city charter for Buffalo.
riving It practically a commission
form of government with a referen
dum. The charter passed the Legts
latum several weeks ago. Mayor
Fuhrman of Buffalo has vetoed It and
the Legislature Is to decide whether
or not to pass the charter over the
Oov. Glynn has several Important
not necessarily of a fatal nature, i appointments to make this week. A
The police learned that the machine i l abile Service Commissioner at 116,
ooo per year must do selected for the
Now Tork City commission and two
more for toe up-State commission.
which tho robber used was a taxloab
stolen from tho Pennsylvania Ball
The bank robber deserted the taxi
cab In an alley In the southern part
nf the city and disappeared. The
taxi had been stolen from the station
while tho driver was at dinner.
COURT WINS IN ARGUMENT.
MlH to Try Mare He Was Set
ta Jteve Tailed "Hrwt."
dMoeeppe Marenzl was arralgend be
fore Justice Dike In the County Court.
Brooklyn, to-dsy for trial on the charge
of killing Policeman Edwerd J. Murtha.
who bad halted htm as a suspicious
obaraster at No. 67 Fourth street.
Brookyn. early In February- Meyer
Matnbrlnk, who bad been assigned to
Marensl as counsel. objootd to having
JuSge Dike preside at the trial. He
said that when his client was arraigned
for pleading Juice Dine naa eaiieu
Malenxl "a brute" and had compli
mented the polloe officials who had
caught him and Indicted him and had
expressed the desire that he might be
swiftly trlsd and punished.
Judge Dike denied from the bench
that ne made such statements at the
arraignment Mr. Stelnhrtnk subpoenaed
reporters of newspapers who had quoted
remarks as coming from the Judge.
They produced their notes and stood by
what they had written.
Judge Dike had himself sworn and
Kn Hail the lawyer, and a stenos-
-stiher K the heneh After a brief
whispered examination of tho Judge a
to his memory regarding what he had
said the trial was begun with Judge
SIX OVERCOME BY GAS.
areas Finds rasslly Unnoaifllu, ,
dels Bel la lime.
Awakening to find his wife, four sons I
end daughter overcome by cool gas.
which hnd esc aped from a furnace In the I
i sllar. Morris Felnberg of No. 716 Hath- 1
gats avenue, the Bronx, ataggsrad Into ,
the street In his night clothes early'
to-day. He sttranted the attention of
Policeman Lynch, who. after aendlng In
a oell for an ambulance, started flrat
aid measures to eavn the vlotlms and ,
In this had the assistance o( aaveral
Dr. flueklnd nf Fordham Hospital ar
rived soon snd revived the family.
A Complete Novel Eaoh Week in
the Evening world.
"The Ship of Cor.il" begins to
day. A new "Treasure Island"
story of the Soutlvrn Seas. Order
from newsaeaier in advance.
Ovetweaie, Be Falls te Death From
Overcome by a sudden dlxitness while
hoisting nut goods. John Hoblna fall
to-dsy from a rourin siory window ot
the Forty-second street warehouse of
the Hush Terminal I'umpanjr, Brooklyn,
and was Instantly killed He was
twenty-three years old and lived at
J. . Tl ' V ' ... I. -1 . m 1 -.... I.
Henry ici. hmc .uim, iw.
DIslaai Bartbqaake Recorded
CLEVELAND, O, March a. The
seismograph In the observatory at St
Irnmttus's Collecs hsre recorded an
earthuuako early to-day, starting at 3.U
u climes ana snaing si o.s. i nu nmu
mum was at 4 Vi. Iter. Father Oden
bach believes the dlsturhanoe was as far
awuy as tun Indian (icoan.
r.at Teaebers In w Hebrides.
SYDNEY. New Bouth Wnloe, March
IS. Natives In the north of Milckula
Island, of thn New Henrtaes croup, nave
murdered and em.cn aim naiive u cut
from the Walla Ulsnd mlNlon Stall Of
DEAR FATHER: I HAVE
ELOPED; PLEASE RUSH
Letter to This RlTvt Reaches
State!) Inland Man After
Hb Son Disappears.
Bl'FFAIXJ, N. T., Mnrrh 13 Hlot-
ng In which a mob of more than
00 men participated with flying
stones and bullets brought death to
one youth and wounds to many when
an attack was made to-day on a
fmln pirrvkn. m r i Ir .. hi n u U nr. fee ,Vi. '
Oould I'ouplsr plant at Lancaster,
Stanislaus skonoloskl. seventeen
years old, a member of the mob. fell
with a bullet through his head from
tho rifles of the guards on the train.
Shortly after the attack began, an
other youth, not Identtlled, was shot
through the leg and several of the
strikers sustained minor wounds.
Manv of the guards and strikebreak
ers on tbo train weru maimed by
A huge pile of brick and ties on the
tracks stopped the worktraln near
the company's yards, and as soon as . her husband
In llSlt r.l.ltlvee. gild Vic"K lutfle
stood h r shaehrf f tial one day, The
next heard from hltn w.i the an.
ItOVnoSfncnl of the rnvilnec.
Until Ml. I iilfiirm eillnu
l lirooul, VimI-'Iiii v. Iimi of Iff
Sfiiviitot I'fiinmi lev twslvs yeari obi,
I of No, til1 Henry fclrssl, Brooklyn, (
Induced by m ootislg, of the same
name. Who Is seventeen years old, to
dure the raging water." f old ItoWMM
Itcisln 0 .lav In tiotne-m:idi' rklf f .
The skiff I U riled over when ilfiy feet
from the fool of Henry t i Ths
ii..s donndered through mud unci water
lip to thili rlllns t" the stomp nf a
lice. Wlecn thv perChed until I'nllcl-
man Qutnn ol Ins Mawllton nus stac
. Hon went out to theio In a brthfendei's
The mVHtenntis disappesrance of j,y ,,, rescued them by Wadltll
ri.irence Puflle. twenty years old. of ttu ..ut'li I'.ree feel "f mud, to the mi
... ...a mt . m ... , PistliiK ruin c.f tile uniform
No. lflSB nichmond Tin ace, West
New llrighton. was WMN up to- ,
day by a me-ssnge from Louisville, c
Ky., announcing his marriage to Miss
'atherlnr Chlchewter. nineteen years
old, of Los Angeles.
It is understood the news to the!
missing youth's father. Daniel P.
Dottle, a retired manufacturer. In-
eluded a request for $500 to continue j
the honeymoon. Mr. and Mrs. Duflh
Intimated to-day they were ready to I
bless the newlyweds, but were silent I
on the question of financing the
Mrs. Duflle admitted to-duv to an
Evening World reportnr that her son
had been married, but d"i lined to
give any Of the details of tho ro
mance. She said that If any state
ment were to be made It would tc
given nut In due time b) Mr. Duffle.
Tieilain daily prove, a OMSt ol won
der In thoOSMtk because of the rapidity
of its action in soothing, controlling
anil rrnibcatinK any akin diseaie.
Its heeling power, are felt at oner
Itching Flops. laflOBWd -kin h coin-
forled. Improve wool m.iv be noted
I Ail Rcpsrraaa, Acne. Salt Rheum, Tei-
I tcr. PUtt, Hen In r. Ill h ami cimilar nSc
I i iim'i ie man d precisely the ruratlvr
iroliertli . wtllcll I or In 111 "lUI'Icllc. I OS-
It CB.me, to .. niandstlll the man clos,.,! . "'i?" wr,,t R,W U brlOM reed., in from skin distress
It came to a ntandsllll the men closed , Kh,()n t ,nnth ago to visit Mi s. v ..,. . difficult a task
In. Many of them had pistols, and S. It. Pftlfcor and mol young Duin. "P., ,H" "" , 1 " ' "V' , r '
. .. ... . . i,..... ii.. i. .. ,i., All druggists sell roslam. ror tree
bullnta Haw thick and fast Into the I dance
.ii.. ,w -i ... I iroop
lie is a member of
,li c I i :g va lr , Stnt
to Krosrssocy Iimi
to escape the hall of lead.
Within a mlnuto the guards cot into
action, firing Into the crowd. When
Skonoloskl fell dead the men broke
and ran. They carried off the youth
known to be wounded and. It Is be
lieved, also aided others of their party
who had ben hit.
Additional deputies were at once
rushed tu the scene of the affruy as
further trouble Is feared. Over 1,001)
men havo been on strike at the Oould
Coupler Works for more than a
month but to-day's was tbu first se
MRS. G00DE TESTIFIES.
, Militia nod litMSilsa atanninsr' nff (ha I toriffi :l N --1 lialli Street, New ork
I'osl.i in iii n ncsi ior kin ami
alp. Improves. Ittnitt if ies. New
nilrt Sic Id Cents,
ror strii ken, crouched on the floors I l itest dances together he and MtOO
Chlohaatar discovered lhav both were
fond of honvback riding. After that
there WOft many titles lOROtbOf,
A week ha0 she left fur Louisville I
Ua Otaiid Asala la Case (ironing
Oat of flraft F.sposnre.
Mrs. Mary Goods, tho former keeper
of a disorderly resort, who revealed po- 1
lice graft before the Curran Aldermanlc ;
Committee nearly two years ago. ltu.il- i
fled before Justice Davla In the Supreme
Court to-day In the trial of David Maier
and Charles Dubeler, Indicted lor ,
The two ere accused of having given
510 to Charles Miller to repudiate the
story told the Curran Committee by I
Mm. (icioae rviraroins um iwymsiu "i
protection money to the police.
Hoth men wero Indicted Feb. U. 1913,
and have since been out on I7.GO0 ball
each. The defense, according to Attor
ney William !; Murphy, will be that
Miller solicited a Christmas gift or the
two defendants ana tney gave nun me
You Need Not
Have Grey Hair
Ton can positively re
store grey or faded
hair to Its natural col
or by the ua of
II dasesaa Ike sealo. eallvans
the bair foll!las,aad srodue.
ass (kick, lassrlsat rrswlh.
aselU an gaassaUad. If
yea are sol eadrtlr sallstad
wtth Bay'a Balr Baslth rear
dnsslst will raf ssci las sar
Oe aa4 a I i rnm ctrsfflM's s.mpl.
WMU cm Ss in .wl ua.
rsuo u.y i o , saw.r.. s. .
OPENS AN ACCOUNT
$3 D:r $50'6 Drn$ioo
'4 T ?5 s9 Dor$150
Open Monday snd Saturday Kreninp
104 ST. L STATION AT CORNER
rf Whg Iwels Mate. tfds.
Ceeksd-rsady to Mm. iJT
toaU Oaa UcTga Oaa
Thry live you variety and are most
nourishing. A good I.mten diik
ByivUrK's- Announce a
FINAL & GREATEST
CUT IN PRICES
Prices so exceptionally and start ling ly LOW on thor
oughly modern clothra of the very best rt Hint it will pay you t"
buy Winter tlothfH NOW to put ftWA? f"r ttegt year to !"' medium
weights NOW to havr rrndy for nest Full to buy Uffccf-weighti NOW
to wear thia Bpring. On every garment you purebare NOW there Ian
tremendout saving. "onir mid sec for youwlf.
OVERCOATS AND SUITS
GGOD FOR ONE VOTE EN RITCHIE A CORNELL'S
Free Popularity Contest
Five Free Round Trip European Tours
run he must rurtiMK
Policeman, Fireman, Latter Carrier, Railroad Employee and Cltfien.
Tha n roes of the leadlns contestants will be printed In our advertise
ments eaeh i l, you may vntu as many ooupona as you please to hslp you
or your menu win a r rea i rip lo Europe
No eo.uloye,. of Ritchie OuT.ell Is allowed to enter this nontast.
Coupon appears aecli night In The Kvenlnf World, lOvsnlno Journal and
In caso of ties for any of the prises, earn winner will renetve rha prise
Votes may he east In person at any nf our t stare, er eaa b mailed to
sur llrnaclway, New York. Hlore.
VOTE GOOD FOR ONLY ONE CANDIDATE
Jtil Mb Atr.
ioh K. lima Bl.
utig ad a,
I inn Breed
USRI Hlh Ave.
4 1stbMh. Aa.,
SUITS $1 M .75
TtU-r ....'WjJtliV Bki... Jo Meaiire
flUa vto aoisf os sort sa Or fcefsre Marsli to,
U. W., March II.
OVERCOATS SUITS, many suitable for Spring. For Men snd L Oft
Young Men, previously priced $18, $11 and ttOi S VJO
OVERCOATS A SUITS, large lumrtment for PprlnR. Tor Men and S 1 A C7
Youn Men. Formerly Priced 18, $20. $22. SO tod $25. Sam lU.Jl
OVERCOATS SUITS, light weight! In profusion r S!.ring. For A A
Men and Young Men. Regulsrly $22.50, $251$28 imd $30 O.'j'jf
OVERCOATS A SUITS, many Spring weight. Included For Men JtflA rtO
anl Young Mm. Previously Priced $30, $32.50, $35 and $38. ., ssdl.a
OVERCOATS A SUITS, plenty ef light garments for warmer days SJtt A Ok
Ker Men and Young Men, Formerly $35, $38, $40 , m.i $45. Mas JLtdJyJ
FURNISHINGS AT EQUALLY LOW PRICES
OPPORTUNITY I oi BBLECTION MOST BXCELIMSI
; BROADWAY AT WARREN ST.
lit AVtMJfc ABOVE 27'- ST
All Moreh Open Dallj Until 6.30 F
PULTON ST. Ai FIATBUSH AV'
BROADWAY AT HEOPOtD V
aJames Mm & Co
Attractive new Spring Merchandise at Reasonable
Prices will be found in all departments.
die I ol low inn Special Values On Tuesday ami W ednesday
WllitC Wash Silk MottaMI loii(f slioiililtr;
flat silk mHM '(lel with rmlintitlcml Or
gMtJfe; tlainty antl prut liral. 2.00
lli'iivv CfCpe da CUM Blousrs; lontf
ihouldet onnMntd with hMMtitehiag; vcsiee
of srlf material; flat roller ami I iimotl-lmrk
, uffs value 6.30. 4.95
Pinriipplce Lawn Hloiiaes; fine emitroid
erv nntl Filot l,aeo insertion tlown front;
sleeve triinmeii with fine tliehl nntl Filet
insertion; roll eollar of lawn with Sailor Collar
of Filet Lat e. Very smart nodal. 5.50
Siierior IJuiility Crepe ile Chine Hlotises;
new "Bell" sleeve with tiimeil-lmek pointed
ruff; wired standing oetaM with shirrinn;
finished with silk trothet bttttOBa, Atlriie
live model. value 8.00. 6.50
Blouses of embroidered Nel ; high "C Unci
stone" eollar; square yoke and panel in Imt k;
"Hell" sleeve with frill; faney hut tons; fin-
ithed with bUek how. 6.95
"tieorgette" Crepe Blouses with surpliee
estee of hand embroidery in tlainty eolors;
new pleated "Cromwell" collar with silk
cord and tassels; long shoulder combined
with hemstitching. Unusually tlainty model.
value 9.50. 7.95
Hand-embroidered Black Chiffon Blouses
maile over white net; "Medici" collar,
veatet antl sleeve frill of fine Shallow lacc.
value 12.50. 8.95
Fine "tieorgetle" CftpS Blouses; hand
einbruiderccT; hemstitched; trinimctl with
Venise I.ace; flat cttllar; threeKjuarter sleeve
with turned-bark ruff, lace trimmed; in
Odd only. vlue l0-50 12.75
ostrich and Marabout Capes 2.95
Oatrieh and Marabout Scarfs 7.50
Marabout ( apes 2.95 and 3.75
value 3.75 to 5.00
Marabout Scarfs value 7.50. 5.50
Ostrich Capes value 11.50. 7.50
Satin Taffeta Ribbon in a varifly of
colore; also Blark or White; 7 Vij Inches wide.
value 50c, yd, 39c
Taffeta Ribbon with self color fancy
satin designs; In Pink, Blue, While. Maise.
Nilo or Mlaei 5H ihr lue- pd. 23o
Satin Lingrrio Ribbon; aelf flowered;
in Blue. Pink, vender or White.
Special po. 25o, 30o to 50o
(owns of Nainsook . value 05c, 45c
Corset Cover value 20c. 15o
Made Up Ready to Embroider
Oowns . , 50o to 1.00
Combination! (Cone! Ccriu and
Brnsslerek , , . . . 50c
Corset Covers 25c ami 45c
Stamped Towel. - Hcmatitched or
Lnrge Siee 35c ami 50c
value t0c to rsc
iniei M.c value bOc. 35c
EMBROIDERIES & ROBES
New lmKrtations of White and Ecru
Satiate Bfbfotderlea in a large srlrction of
UtttlatMlly pretty designs.
Kdges 50c I o 2.00 yd.
Flotmcings 2.75 to 19.75 yd.
All-oter 1.75 to 3.50 yd.
l,(HMl yards in various materials includ
ing Crcpr, Batiste and Voile.
value Me to t.00 48c yd.
talnc i.M to 1.4s yd.
value 8.M to 5.40 1.95 yd.
value I.M Iti 7 (M 2.93 yd.
Frenuli Batiste RoIm's, embroidered
in tlainty florid designs in I'ink, Blue, Yellow
ami Lavender. value 7.50. 4.95 CMh
Swiss Embroidered Robes on White Batiate.
value 9.00. 4.25 each
A recent Importation of Frcneh
Noveltiea in Semi-made Robca includes .
many unusual combinations of matari
als and colorings suitable fof all occa
sions, at moderate prices.
LA VIDA " CORSETS
An extensive variety of new
Spring mbdeli inadr of the choicest
materiall including Imported Coutil,
Buede( Silk Brocade und Broehe.
Special Model made of Broche, -low
blisti long skirt with clastic inserts over hips.
Ml Blsatio Slip-on hip confines; en
tirely boneless; two pairs of hone supporters.
White or I'ink. 5.00
A collect itni of Imported Silk and Cot
ton Tricot Corsets, lried with satin.
I'ink and White, Incomplete sizes. 6.00
formerly 10.00, 18.00 and 18.00
Imported Tooth Brushes, assorted styles
value 15c to 28c. 10c and 15c
N'ail Brushes, wood backs 19c
value 28c to 35c
Hair Brushes, assorted woods and styles
value 75o to 1.50, 50o and 98c
Rubber Cushion, English Hair Brushes...,
value 85o 50c
Dressing ' 'otnbs, Ivory finish . . , , 19c
uil Buffers, Ivory finish; removable chanioia
value 50c 28c
Imported Bay Hum; large bottles, . . 39o
"Pyorrhea" Dental Praam, used specially
for receding gums. value SOo, tube 40c
"Glyoo-Thyinollne", ,. . .oo slaw bottle 68c
"Pond's Extract" i " bo iv 59c
"Milk of Magnesia". . . jc
"Household" or Violet Aiuiumun, large
bottle-. value 25c 19o
Castile Soap, fl cakes to hoi 95o
Parotide Toilet or Bittli Siup..1ks. 85o
Sunday WoiM Wants Work Monday Wondara