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1TUULU imillL! UIL,
MM SAYS, THAN
' GO TDJMER ROUGE
(Would Only Mean More
Bloodshed, as State Cannot
k, , Protect Him.
' BAlTIMOIin, Doc. 29. Dr. Mc
Kola stated In an Interview at tho
tit iall to-day thta ho "would rather
k fllo forty Umcs than bo taken back to
-Ior House." Ho predicted that there
"would bo more bloodshed than over"
If ho "ever put his foot on Mur Rouro
Dr. McKoln declared his conviction
Miat Ma lifo would not be eafeguard
cd there, desplto tho prcsonco of
(troops- Tho jail at Mcr Rougo, he
said, was a ono-story dilapidated brick
building, situated outside tho town.
fTho lawless element there, ho said,
would ntt stop at anything. Ho had
had personal dealings with thcra and
knew that. "There would bo many
Jfrhft would lay down their UveB Juat
lo Mil me." Gov. Parker, Attorney
General Coco and all the officials
there, ho added, "cannot, If they toll
the truth, truarantoo that my life will
bo sparod in that town."
Dr. McKoln dovoloped a cold after
ho had been transferred from Central
Police Station to tho city jail. Ho
complained to tho warden and was
Immediately transferred to tho hos
pital. Othcrwlso ho "felt splendidly,"
BATON UOUGB. La., Dec. 29 (Aa-i-wlntfvl
Pressl. Sneelal Dentitv
P Sheriff Calhoun of Morehouse will
leayo hero this afternoon for Balti
more with the requisition papers tor
the return of Dr. 13. M. JtoKoln.
charged with rmirdcr In connection
with the Morehouse kidnappings.
SIinEVEPORT, La., Dec. 20.
Frlend3 to-day denied charges of T.
,W. Robertson, former Assistant At
torney General that Gov. John M.
Parker, participated in mob action In
New Orleans In tSSJ, when eleven
Robertson In -a lettor made public
hero tcday charged that Patker
called on Now Orleans citizens to as
semble prepared for action the night
of tho lynchtngs.
Robertson's letter nlso attacked
Gov. Parker for publicity given the
situation at Mcr Rougo and for send
ing troops to tho district.
MEH ROUGE, La., Dec. 50. Full
details ot how masked terrbrlsts'Uld-'
napped Major Watt Daniels and
Thomas Richards, tortured and mur
dered them last August, are In pos
session of Federal and Stato investi
Two members of tho band who
made a confession "Implicating forty
flvo other persons, many of them
prominent, aro being carefully
guarded. If tho men whom they have
betrayed could get at them, their lives
would bo forfeit.
Sheriff Fred Carpenter of More
house Parish to-day said that whllo
forty-five citizens might bo Involved
In tho plot, ho did not bellevo that
many wcro actual participants in tho
kidnapping and deaths of Daniels and
"I havo talked with tho surviving
members of tho Mer Rougo rarty
who wero kidnapped," he said, "and
all said there wcro no more than
eighteen or twenty In tho masked
Tho entire hooded terrorist plot will
be exposed to tho publlo when the
open hearings of the caso start ot
Bastrop, La., Jan. D. A virtual cor
don of troops and Stato officers was
thrown around Morehouse Parish to
day to prevent escape of any ono of
tho forty-flvo men implicated. Every
roaO and bridge was guarded.
A million dollar defenso Is being or
ganized for tho accused men. Some
of tho most noted criminal attorneys
in the country havo received overtures
to act In behalf of those Implicated on
charges of murder and outlawry. Fed
eral investigators learned. Tho source
t r funds for this gigantic defenso was
being traced by Department of Justice
operatives to-daj, seeking clues to
other members of tho hooded mob.
Friends of Dr. B. B. McKoln. for
mer Mayor, were also raising a fund
of $:o,000 to prevent his return hero
fronr Baltimore, where bo is held,
charged with two murders.
Thu report of pathologists -who havo
examined the bodies of Richards and
Daniels, expected to-morrow, will tell'
of horrible tortures, it was learned.
An undertaker who helped prepare
tho bodies for burlM after they were
recovered from La La Fourcho said
to-day tho heads of both men were
missing. Tho broken and bruised
condltlol of tbelr bands, ribs, spinal
column and other parts of the torsos
told of horrible punishment from tho
frenzied mob. he said.
THREE SAFES, GET $250
BONDS AND DENTAL GOLD
Knter 120th street OfUcro, Ono a
Tlientre, tint Ttyo Strong; Dsxn
Burglars broko Into thrco offices in
ono block In 123th Street, between Sat
urday night and Sunday mornln morn
ing. It was learned to-day, attacked
three &afcs, opened only ono of them,
and got about $260 In Liberty bonds
and dental gold.
Tho office of tho Metropolitan Life
Insurance Company on the second'
floor of N6. 1S5 West 125th Street was
apparently tho first place selected.
Entrance was galnod by breaking a
skylight. Tho combination knob of
tho tafo was broken off but tho safe
wan not opened. On the same floor
tho office of Dr. Walter Herman, n
dentist, was opened and his safe was
- TT : ; TTT r
broken open. It was thoro that the
hm-frlarn crnt thn Ixincls and cold. '
' They also entered tho Orient Thea
tre, No. Ill West 123th Streot, by'a
skylight, forced their way Into tho
office and tackled the safe. Dut when
they had broken off tho combination
knob they could mako no further
MAIL BOMB KILLS
WIFE, HURTS HUSBAND
MANSFIELD. Wis.. Dec. 29 Mrr.'
James R. Chapman Is dead and her hus
band, Wood County Chairman, is not
expictcd to live as a result of an ex
plosion when Mr. Chapman opened a
package containing a bomb delivered to
him by a rural mall currier Wednesday
aftomoon. Tho packago was postmarked
. One of Chapman's arms was blown
from his body. Mrs. Chapman was tilt
by flying mleslles and a large hole In
her bldo caused death a few hours lator.
THIS WEEK ONLY!
Reduction from Regular Prices
on all Shoes for CHILDREN,
MISSES and BOYS
For one week only our entire stock
of shoes for children, misses and
boys, without reserve, is offered
at a ao reduction.
At regular prices, Cammeycr
"Shookids, (shoes for children) are
the most economical shoes you can
buy. At these reduced prices they
represent remarkable shoe value.
47 West 34th St., New York
BT0OKiyn-39O FULTON ST. N CWCtTrt-'6A9 BROAD IT. lit
Charge purchases made on the 29th or 30th of this month will appear on bills rendered Feb. 1st.
NONE C. O. D.
USeat Sc Co,
Fifth Avenue at 35th St. N. Y.
ALL SALES FINAL
SATURDAY SHOPPERS WILL
FIND MANY BARGAINS
in the oAnnual oAfter-Qh ristmas Clearance of
Girls9, Junior SMisses9 and Swisses' oApparel
GIRLS' & JUNIOR MISSES'
Sturdy Coats for School
Originally 27.50 to 37.50
SmartYnodels for sports and utility wear, .
in all-wool mixtures. Sizes 6 to 12 years. iO50
Fur Collared Wool Coats
Wrtnl rTilnrlillta nr lvlltln ttrlt-k mtllarc
of nutria fur. Sizes 4, 5 and 6 years. 195 0
Coats of Imported Woolens
Originally 39 JO to 49 JO
English and Scotch woolens; domestic s.
plald-black'mlxtures. Sizes ta to 17 yrt. 3500
Wool Dresses for School
Originally 16.50 to 32 JO
fybol jersey, crepe or serge, In attract
ive models. Sizes 10 to 16 years.
Juniors' Fur Collared Suits
Originally 49.50 to 69 0
6mart two-piece suits with luxurious
collars of fur. Sizes tyand 17 years.
Junior Misses' Dresses
Originally 25.00 to 37.50
Wool and silk dresses in a number of . sr
models. Sices tj, 15 and 17 year. I800
Misses' Afternoon Dresses
. Originally 49.50 to 59 JO
Smart models in canton crcpc.velveteen, "A CC
matlase, satin or taffeta. Sizes 14 to 18. 1 v vJ
Misses' Silk or Velvet Dresses
Originally 49.50 to SS.OO
Crcpe-baclc satin, molly-o crepe, vel- A A CC
vctecn, satin and flat crepe. 14 to :8 TTvJ J
Misses? Silk or Twill Dresses
Originally 62 JO to 95.00
Twills, matelasse, cashmere crepe, chiffon
and canton crepe smart models In
sizes 14 to 18 years.
64 Afternoon &. Dinner Frocks
Originally 75.00 to 115.00
Flat crepe, taffeta, salome velvet.brocaded
chiffon velvet, crepe de chine. LA CCS
Sizes 14 to t8 years. 0fVJ
SHOTS IN POLICEMAN'S
HOME CAUSE ARRESTS
He nnil Wife Accoae One Another
tJnlirls Struck Crlllnir.
Four revolver hots fired early to-tlay
In 'h home of Edwin ltpccra. a police-
man living at No. Jl Slarlon riace,
Jerney City, causnd tlm nrret of tho
patrolman and his wire. Sarah. They
wero to have been nrralsncd to-tlay In
the First Criminal Court' on a charge
of attempting lo kill, but th'ls va post
poned at the rtxjueat of Inspector J'lilllp
Leonard, pending further lnvcttlsatlon.
Wlion tho shot wera .heard two
policeman entered tlu , homo and on
countered tho couple. Each Insisted
thn other had fired. All of the' bullets'
hud struck the celling nnd no ono vras
Injured. rtogoM hau been suspended
from the police force.
MAS KAOCKHtr DOWN' II V TVXl-
o.n tiTi:iis nnoiccN i.uii,
I'eter Carr, forty-four, a laborer, of
No. C07 East. 13th Street, was struck
and hnocked down last nlelit ut ISIh
Street and Broadway by a taxtcab ips
rated. acc6rdlnB to tho police, by Oiven
Brady of No. DS4 Manhattan Avenue,
Drooklyn. Carr waj taken to New York
suffering from a. po;,Il'.q fracturj of t."w
HONORED AT DINNER
Judj Itlnhard Doheity, who reoently
cainq (o the Rorsa County1 Circuit
Court from Hudson County, wu tho
ptest of honor last nlaht at a dinner
given by tho Bcrsvn County llnv Ae
eoclatlon at Uie Union Lcaguo Club In
' Statu Honator Uackay In an address
extolled Jud:o Uotierty's Judicial
tatta the prfet sppcanae of her
complexion. SWa tronblcs are eSte
Urclf coacctlcd. Keduce noastorU
color and comets rei7 tkias. Ht'h-
I HM hN4C ,
I rED.T.BOmitSaSOT.HirYrkClty J
Charge purchases will appear on bills rendered FebruaryJsl
James McCreery & Co
Attention is directed to
the two exceptional val
ues below in Hosiery
and Glove bilk Vests.
Glove Silk Vests'
Women's heavy wejght Pink Glove
Silk Vests in bodice style. Sizes 3G
to 42. An excellent quality at an .
unusually low price.
Silk Stockings 1.95
Women's Hose with garter block
and double knee features, which
eliminate the possibility of runs
and rips caused by the strain of
hose supporters. They arc full
fashioned and come in Black.
White, Bronze, African Brown and
Silk and Cotton
Crepe, Yard 95
Embroidered and printed Silk and
Cotton Crepe in a large assortment
of colors. Washable.
' Special, yard, 95c
. fSeivntt Floor
We have taken several models from
our regular stock and reduqed them
for this special sale.
Tan or Black Calfskin Lace Shoes
for Girls and Misses.
Children's sizes Sj to 11, Trn or
Girls' sizes 1 1 to 2, Tan or Black.
Misses sizes 2 " to 7, Tan or Black.
Boys' Shoes, sizes 9 to 2: ages 5 to
Also for the little tots we are offer
ing Patent Leather button or lace
Sizes 2 to 5, 1.85 Sizes 5 to 8, 2.65
Annual Sule of
All of the Slippers included in this
bale have been taken from our reg
ular stock. Imported brocade
models in beautiful colorings and
combination effects, with gold and
silver vamps and backs of Persian
or other Oriental metal cloth.
A limited number of all over
brocaded Silver or Gold cloth.
Bronze kid and novel effect in
Black Satin. Suede and Kidskin.-'
Beaded in Jet or Steel.
Women's and Misses'
20 to 50
Groups from our regular stock reduced to prices
which will insure immediate disposal tomorrow.
Lingerie, Tailored and Suit
Women's Coats and Wraps
in deep pile fabrics, fur
Women's Suits. Three piece,
fur trinmacd. Two piece, fin
trimmed. Two piece of Mar
lecn, Duvet dc Lainc and
Tweed. Two'niecc, f ur
trimmed, tweeds. Winter
suits. Good assortment of
colors and sizes.
Women's Dinner and Even
ing Gowns in chiffon velvet
and of metal cloth. Dresses
of Duvctyn and Poiret Twill.
Sizes 30 to 40.
Women's and Misses' Wool
Evening Wraps of Velvet and
Brocaded metal cloth, fur
Fibre, Mohair and Worsted
Sweaters in slip-on and Tux
Misses' Suits. Three piece,
fur trimmed suits, Beaver
and Squirrel. Tailored suits
of Marieeu, Twill and Tweed.
Colors: Navy, Black' and
Misses' Coats and Wraps in
deep pile fabrics, fur
Girls' Frocks, 0 to 14 years.
Wool serge, jersey and ski
drift dresses for school. Vel
vet .frocks for ".best." Silk
and chiffon party dresses.
Misses' Frocks. Tailored
models of, Poiret Twill. Silks
of diverse types for after
noon and dinner. A few vel
vet afternoon and evening
frocks. Sizes 14 to 18.
Every garment is new, seasonable and suitable for winter war.
Groups are Emphasized:
1. A special purchase of Misses' wool afternoon .dresses,
ofFcredi at n price which is less than former wholesale price.
2. A new printed Crepe dress for women at a very special
3. Dresses for girls in wool crepe, sky-drift, and jersey at a
very special price. 7.50
4. 50 plain tailored Marlecn suits for women at a greatly
reduced price. 33.00
v Fourth Floor
A Special Offering
Corduroy Suits Special 9.75
With Two Pairs Knickers
Well tailored Suits of n good sturdy quality Corduroy that is guar
anteed to give real wear.
Plain and pleated models with two pairs of knickers. Sizes 7 lo
1 8 yea rs. iut, f . s. l't off.
Every Overcoat is well made in
excellent quality all wool mate
rials. In raglan and set-in sleeve
mudels. Sizes 12 to 17.
They have neckband and at
tached collar, buttoned down.
3IZCS 7 lo 15.
I Third Floor