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NEW YORK POLICEi
READY FOR GANGS
Ordered to "Sleep on Their Arms."
Many Men Availlible.
New York, April 1'.-Police Con
missioner Enright today ordered all
irecnct captains to "sleep on their
arms" after detectives had revealed
an alleged plot of bandit gangsters
systematically to rob office safes below
the "dead line" in the downtown
The . order, which followed a con
fession, said to have been made (by
George Breckinridge, a night watch
man, in which 'he involved a 'band of
safe crackers and a girl accomplice in
the robbery of seven oflices in a single
'buildinig last night, directed the iPre
cin'ct captains to remain op. duty vir
tually 24 hours a day, sleeping at the
station houses instead of going home,
as had -been the custom.
In addition Commisioncr Enrlglit
temporarily a'bolished the polce vaca
tion list, thus keeping on active duty
200 men a week, wbo were scheduled
for leaves of absence.
A considerable number of these
ien will be available for extra patrol
(uty in the financial district, It was
said. Tihe order was I become ef
fective at midnight tonagLt. Ureck
inridge was still in custody tonight,
while police sought the stenographer,
known as "Gay Baby," former pal of a
prisoner at Sing Sing. .
"Gay Ba1by," according to the
watchman's alleged confession, was
an advance worker for the band, tyhiclh
last night entered a 20 story insur
ance building, cracked safes on seven
floors an(d escaped with -booty esti
mated at nearly $100,000. Brecken
ridge, who first saidl he had been slug
ged into unconsciousness, bound and
gagged by the bandits, later admitted
he aided them in their work, the police
Another rolbery was added to the
long lIst w'ich detectives are trying
to clear up. when John A. Hance,
Broadway broker, informed the police
to(ay that burglars had aroused lim
and his wife fom bed and compelled
them to reveal where the family jawels
and ensi were kept.
The burglars entered the home by
a1 third story window, Hance reported,
and left by the same route, taking
with them several thousand dollars
worth of jewelry and $200 in cash.
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On the morning of the .13th, of April
he children of 'Mr. and Mrs. J. 3N. H
Smith turned their faces toward the '
)ld home near Waterloo, the occa- ta
3ion being the celebration of their c(
'ather's sixty-eighth .birthday. It was 'b(
,ood to see' the happy faces of that
lear mother and father as they greeted Ip
them one -by one till the home circle il
lumliered seven sons and two daugh- a
Lers, all being -present except one s:
laughter. The morning hours slipped s
by so quickly that cre we realized it, e
the lour for dinner had arrived. On a c
long ta'ble in the yard was spread all
the good things that go to make an 'b
ideal pienic dinner. In the center of (1
this table was a huge birthday cake 11
with the number sixty-eight in its cenl- t
ter. 011o of the weetost memories that it
perhaips will linger withi us longer t
than any other, was the gatherilg, as t
in days of yore, around the fanily al- c
tar tW listen to the reading of God's d
wcrd and to iear a father's benediction
upon his children and grandchildren f
Those present were Mr. Preston Smith,
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Smith and Elizabeth, t
Mr-. and Mrs. John C. Smith, Catherine
an1d Edna, MIr. and Mrs. Joe Smith, t
and Joe, Jr., 1Mr. a11 aMrs. James Smith i
and Virginia, 'Mrs. Claud Malhon, Mar- C
garet and Mamie, tir. and .1irs. Flem-,
Ing Smith, Mr. David C. and Miss Ger'
trude. Those sharing the pleasures of '
the day with the family were Mrs. Bet
tic Reid and Mrs. Iutie Holland. t
"One Present." 8
TL'IBUNAL DENIES ,
PLEA FOR, BIGLIAMI
Uiilted States Supreme Courit llefuses
to Order lehearing of Case.
Florence, April 14.-Word was re
celved from 'Washington this after
110011 tlat the Tlite( States supreme
court had denied the 'petition of Ed
mund 1). Bigham for a rehearing of his
case, which means that the conviction
and sentence of death in the circuit
court will stand. A. I. King, attorney
for Higham, stated that lie would ex
haust every resource of law, and it (
is likely that the case will find its way
eventually to the supreme court
of the United States.
'Bigliam was convicted for the nurl'
(er' of his brother, L. Smiley Hlighai.
'le is also indicted for the mul(rder of
his mother, his sister and the latter's
tiwo adopted children. The murder
was committed at a plantation near
Pamplico in January, 1921.
pdople to g
~gers and Musici
Event of Such4
BEFOIRE BONUS I
resident Thinks Former Should Have
Precedence. On Senate Floor.
Washington, April 14.-President
arding was declared today at the
'hite House to 'be of the opinion that
riff legislation should 'be glven pre
,dence in the senate over the soldier
Although it was made clear that the
resident had, received no request
om Republican leaders in the sen
.e for advice as to which measure
iould be taken up first, it is under
00(d that the viows of both the chief
cecutive and the senatorial leaders
ifncide in this respect.
'Uuder 'present plans the tariff will
3 taken up ill the senate next Thurs
Ety while tile finance committee takes
p the bonus bill with the possibility
lat it may make radical changes ill
as it was passed 'by the house. When
ie bonus measure has been reoorted
> the senate it will be taken upl) for
nisideration during lulls in tile tariff
ebate. The bonus bill is expected to
e ready for senate consideration in
bout a fortnight.
flenjamin C. Marsh, managing dircc
r of the Farmers' National council,
eclared in a statement tonight that
hie tariff :bill- reported by tile senate
nalnce corllamittee was "the worst
,r the many gold bricks han(ied farm
rs by the present admiistration."
"The w.h-ole scheme of the tariff
ill as reported to the senate," lie add
d, "is evidently to permit iighly pro
ected mianufacturers to continue the
ame 'profiteering which they carried
in during the war. Whatever the text
of the tariff bill it is clonr that the du
les levied on manufactured piroducts
re on the American -hasis cost of io
luction wiile those levied on agricul
ural products are on tile basis of for
,igin cost of production."
'LEMSON TO SEND
DATA BY WIltELESS
1i11d1o Outfit. to be of Beneilt to Farm
ers. Reports Oin Markets.
Washington, April 14.-Clemson coIi
ego is soon to have a complete agri
nultural radio outfit and experts from
1e 'nited States department of agri
?ulture will on July 1 go to South
:arolina. to cooperate witi farmers il
the growigg of tobacco, soy beans and
peanuts, according to W. W. Long. of
that institution who was in Washing
Mr. Long said that Clemson will be
tie third agricultural college in the
United States to use radio inl tile re
'et together for
er and Be
,elving and dissemination of agricul
ural news of all kinds. This service,
le said, will permit growers of water
nelons and other 'products to kncow
ach (lay not only what the climatic
,onditions are but also the -rice eon
Elitions in all the important Northern
Ilarkets. Market qulotatiois w41I be
sent to every demonstration agent in
South Carolina and distributed 'by
1hem to growers, and not only will the
growers know what their products are
worth, but how many cars are actual
ly moving to the maricets each day.
As to tobacco, peanuts and soy beans,
Mr. 'Long said experts on tobacco
would go to Florence and on pea
nuts and soy beans to Alken at the
time indicated. 'Mr. Long iwas enthu
slistic concerning the good results
which he believes the establishmcnt of
the radio station and the sending of
experts to South Carolina will produce.
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