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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, MARCH 31, lull.
BLACK-HAND BOMB SHATTERS FRON I OF BIGTENEINT Death Threats Followed by Explosion That Wrecks Harlem Store. THE LAND OF MAKE-BELIEVE EASTER SHOPPING. By Eleanor Schorer. SAYS GOODBY TO FRIEND, IN A MOMENT DROPS DEAD. 400 IN THE BUILDING. All Front Windows Blown In and Uptown "Little Italy" Is Thrown Into Panic. Harlem'e "Ittle Italy" irnn thrown tnto a cement early this morning by the earpiosston of a bomb la th entrance of flvwteir tenement hou At Nos. Sit SM Eut One Hundred and Seventh street, whloh li ocoupltd by morn than 4VJ persons. It Is believed the, bomb was exploded by members of th Hlsok Hand who have sent throe threatening letter demanding the payment of 11,000 within the past two week to N'ocola Lonthlt&no, who runs a rrocery at No. X23 and m-hr IIvm with hU famtlv ni Ever since the receipts of the letter I.onhltnno has sat up most of each nlsjlit wiitrhlns out of the window of I hli apartment for the appearance of h:i er.emlss. He s up last nlsrht. but he didn't see any auspicious persons until Just after the explosion, which sent a ahower of glass from the window over him. He looked out anil says lie iaw several men running toward First ave nue. He fired several shots from his revolver at them. Wrecked Front of Store. The explosion wrecked the front of l.onghltnno's store ami raved In the windows of the butcher shop of Salva tore Vlni, next door. The two stores open on an alcove, which forms the en trance to the building. A cast lr..n pil lar whlrh stood In the centre of till alcove was completely shattered by the explosion, and a live-pound chunk of niotal from It nai driven through two milk cans In front of the grocery, un bcddlng Itself in the wall. All the front windows of the building i up to tho fourth lluor were blown In, mid plaster It'll f 1 0:11 the walla In it score of rounii. Thu four bundled occu- r.clK nent foll'iwcd, A dozen of tin men Ilred their revolvers out of the w .ndows and thousands of persons liv ing In tho nelsliborliuod tOclicd to the kCrnc. Detectives Manchlnl and Dondero, who began an lnvesilga'Ion, obtained tho three letters received by Ionghltano. The tlrst ws dated Murch 17, and demand ed payment of 11.009. l.Jnshltano w told that "the society needed the money for a rick frteinl and that he would be Informed later where to leave It. This letter and lha subsequent ones were signed "The Mack Hand." Threatened With Death. On March 'il another letter was re ceived. In this the threat was. mnde that unless tho money was forthcoming J.onghltano and a member of his family uould be killed, The thirl letter wa lecclved on Monday Inst. "A faithful ns;ent has called on you," It read, "and you have not paid the money. Unless wo get It nt once wo will kill an Innocent member of your family." ,1'' 'v . 11 Twwwmm the ltiuhwlck Hospital. Dr. Jarne, who rcrondl, ml. I that Mood was do.d from heart dte.i.e. Tho ,tnh over hli eye niw tlin result of tho fn't. .. ,. .... , . The mnti'.s fnth'-r sail lui-r that he rokYHUn MlllllbliS I'pon noJy t , 'ind been ute.-t tn attft fc of I'rart irouu.e. I Wan Who Had Ji.t Dccn CI1.1t ting With Him. John Mood Jr., aged thlrty-slr. of No. "M Mmllsnn street, iirooh'vn. stopped at the corner of Heed and Jof- , vttien M-s. lleMle Hoffman of No. m ferson avenues this morning at f. . p.,, TMni ntm nnened mi nl.t trunk BODY OF BABY FOUND IN LONG CLOSED TRUNK. in Mn wciii, present, MINISTER HELD AS THIEF. m?;ntONT, Va.. M-irch Jl. As he wis entering a pawn ahop to play the game he has successfully worked for ;n'nt!'s, William A. Himmond, sixty nine, an e -convict and a minister, was arretted nore yesterday, tt Is alleged his thefts amounted to $3,000, a larxe In her room ltn found In It the body of a btvby. She told tho police the trunk had last been opened by Jessie Abelsky, I.xpress ' weni-iwo years old, an operator, 01 f'd as n ' so a l-u"ow tr ''t The girl wai ni riled and ln.st night Jtmmle, I've got to , admitted, the police sa, that the baby ociqck, ns was ins custom, to say a word or two to I'ollcetnan James Mc Oaughan of the Halph avenue atatlon. Hlood was on hli way to wwrk In nearby onlce of the Adams Company, where he was employed elerk, "Well, so long, be toddling," said Im presently a he started down Jefferson avenue. McOeughan turned and continued up fteed avenue. Hve minutes later ho reached tho end of his post and atartM hack, lie was startled to find Mood's body hlnr on the sidewalk nltliln hnlr la block of where the two had chatted. I There was a gaah over the left cyo. from which Wood wa.s pouring 1 McttailKhan oalled an am nilaree fron LUNCHEON was hers, but Insisted that I: bad bee-t born de.ul at the home of her slater, Mrs. Kate llenowltz, at the Ludlow street address, Sim nan lucked uf pnndlng nti autopsy Mrs. Hoffman told the police thit Miss Abelsky forniorly lived with her and about nine months ngo she camo slon' to put something In the trunk. Delicious vrlth Sardines & Sandwiches. l) 4 INI- mc i v'lll rrU 1mt.lft. GULDEN'S MUSTARD Taliri tint ft CnldMrnlsTattr COST'S . SATURDAY COAT SALE Exceptionally attractive Coat Styles in the very centre of the style world superbly made and finished In the unsurpassed POST way distinctive, dressy models, filled with fine tailoring points. Have every mark of the best custom made garments without the excessive price. She did so and wrrt ava I W MM sW .stBlaM. I Iw ' s-'.- T - 1 1 Women's & Misses' Spring Coats A Spring Coat exposition that is broad enough to include all that is best, all that in desirable, on our second floor Saturday. Handsome, new models, in navy bluo serge, fancy mixtures, Scotch tweeds, shepherd checks, nil-silk taffetas and duchess; sailor, notch or rolling collar; unlined or throughout; studded with large buttons; values that cannot be surpassed, at satin lined $12.50 ,0 $30 Spring Suits, Special Saturday Women's and Misses' Tnilortnade Suits, moil distinguished models, in French serges and icinniih striped cheviots; shawl, sailor and notched collars, tastefully trimmed in braid and satin or stuctly plain on en tailored; rrHular value $:ll).00; special on Haturd.iy unly, at $ AO' hour, and Dr. Wilson, who heard the story, said that If Mrs. C.aisch had In sisted on Kctilnc the snuff the first tlmo her husband asked for It Urouihe vlrk would "till be alive. CR0PSEY FINES POLICEMEN. fnplnln llussey IMmlslieil for Fnll nrr In Suppress llnxlntr Until. Police Commissioner Cronsey announced his decision to-day In several oases of ofneers tried before him. He fined for mer Inspector James K. Husey, now caKaln of the One Hundred and Sixty IMl p'eilni't. Itrooklyn, live days' piy for fnllltiK tu suppress boxlnc while he was In command of the Harlem Inspec tion DlKtrl"t. ("apt. 11 ward l!allac;inr of tho Orcenwl'-h atreet station, was lined ten days' pay for falling to obey th' Commissioner's order to aslrn old me 1 and no young men under him to "soft" details. Fifteen day fines were Imposed on I.leuta. William 11. Harrett and Thomas Lancer, both of the Madison street ata tlon, for falling to turn In a report of an assault by an unknown policeman upon A cltlren. WILLIAM Z. LARNED DEAD. William I-arned, a lawyer with1 unices at No. 1!" llroadwuy, died of apoplexy yesterday at his homo, Msvck jurn rual. Summit. N. J. Ho was clghty-nlnu years old and was stricken when getting Into a carriage to drive to the train to come to New York as usual, lie was wealthy and was well known In the financial district. In 1!W3, two years after the death of his flrtt wife, he married Miss Edna Hose Wiley of Massapeo.ua, L. I who survives him. William A. Larned, the. national lawn tennis champion, la son, Children's Coats Children's Spring Costs, of wool serge, cloth, pongee, fancy mixtures and shepherd plnlds; some with sailor collar and trimmed with braid; others with scalloped de tachable llnon nnd pique collars; sites i to ft; regular value n gg H.00; special at $s Boys' Reefers Boys' Ilecfcra, in various new styles for this Spring; in blue serge, fine cheviots, black and white checks, plain red, grny nnd tan mis Hires; splendidly made and well fin ished; velvet collars; emblems and cuffs on sleeves; sires 4'j to r mr 10; value .00; special at $S Hair Puffs An especially important offering of Women's Hair I'ufTs, Saturday; the very latest styles, including the newest l'arisian fashion, "The Crown," a large, beautiful cluster; regular value 94.SO; special at Shoe Saving Women's Hoots, l'ump . and Ox fords, in evrry stylish shape, leather nnd finish; tin ken lines nnd manu facturer's samples; about 700 pairs embraced in this matchlcia Satur day offering; values 12.20 f to 83,o0; special at $1'S9 L. M. BLUMSTEIN, 125th Street, Between 7th and 8th Av. m The Risks to Sight Are Not All from The Lack of Glasses. It is fully as dangerous to wear glasses that don't fit as to ajo with out them when needed. The worst of it is that you cannot tell if your glasses are wrong until your eyes suffer. There's one way to be certain that your cyct arc ccUing exactly the help they need, nnd also tlint your glasses are right from the start. Havo Your Eyc3 Examined by Our Registered Physicians, oculists ot long experience, who examine eys r,J WE CHARGE FOR GLASSES ONLY. l'crfcct-Flttlnc Glassten ,xn Low an S2 50. Mfatel&Soai. (r OculintH' Oiticlimn, 223 Si.lh At., 15th St. 330 Shtli Av.. 22d St. 127irtfoii(lsr,33dSl. 101 Nssiau Ann St. 217 HroidwtT, Atlor House, New Vtrk. 498 Fullon St, Cor. Bond St., Brooldjn. lu ilia tVvfltl Mill be lUUd al lbs guild's lalorumltuii IIutmu, I'ulllur llullillna Artiul. I'arw lluwi HuiW't Upluttu Ofllir, uartliMrat reraer Itxin t. and liruudwar I World's Harlem Uf. (Ire. .IE lis West liMU .1.. and iVorlit1 llrookim Office, 'JII'J H'liloso ttl llrwoltbn, for lid ) followlM tEs yrlutlas uf the adteijlsemejt. The Illustration shows haaduae 52-Inch. All Wool Serge in (ashlonable lllucs and lllacks, crowned with the new oni Satin Shawl Collar la the smart sailor effect. Mannish sleeves, tailored pockets and self button that tend an air of elefant distinction. One of the choicest 115.00 models shown this season, to be had 1st the POST store to-morrow for only At the same price there ore Invitlni; assortments of full-length Coats in breezy mixtures, adorned with fetclilC sailor collars of Satin. MannlsN sleeves, fancy but tons and tailored peck ets. Keguiar pnee, i4.uu. oc $8.98 Special to-morrow.. J. L. POST & W. Cor. 14th Street and Union Square M Bart Kill KLTMt as l4ia Bum! BLEW OUT THE GAS AND DIED WITH AID KNOCKING ATDnOR I MBF iUffllPl' riil1'! A VSBBBBBB.K TSBBBBBBBBBBViyV Mil IMM k NG horn CALIFORNIA! The "SUNKIST" Special, Moving TWENTY THOUSAND Boxes at Express Train Speed, is Bringing of Famous "SUNKIST" Oranges Boarder's Life Snuffed Out as Friends Tried in Vain to Enter Bedroom. Special Sale of "SUNKIST" Oranges All Next Week SUNKIST" Premii nnd li rountt In a i street n titta. lUllll.)' t.alsc cauti If Mrs. Joseph Galsch ot No. MS East Sixteenth street had got snuff for hsr husband at 4 o'oloclc this mornlns as he had asked her to do, Illjra TJrouche vlck, a boarder with the family, might be still alive Instead of a victim ot asphyxiation. Urouchovlck and the Oalsch family arrived In Xew York last rtaturdny on the llr Saxtmla. All worn from Servla and t made friends on the llnur eed to live, together In this They first enuaned quarters )tcl at No. 14 Kast Keenilt tut yesterday took an npirtnieut C02 Hast Sly' nth stieet. pevlck went out last night, a.nd t as away tho mysteries of II Ins an were explained to the family by an nco.ualnta.nce. who td them to toll their boarder, lievlck was Into comlni: In and the Qk.sches had gone to bed without telling him about the Ks. About 4 o'clock this morning Oalsch, who was restless, nsked his wife to set him some snuff from the boarder. Mrs. Clniaon knocked at I'rouehevtck's door, but sot no response and went lack to bed, tell- Ins; her husband to let the other man fcleep. At 7 o'clock this morning Oalsch again , wanted snuff and again his wife went lo the boarder's room. This tlma the door yielded to her attack and she fell Into the room, over the body of Urouch vlck, who lay desd on the floor with a Mg gash In his head, .Mrs. OnbiCh screamed, and Policeman Crown, who was passing, came In and summoned Dr. Wilson from Jtellevuoe Hospital, The doctor said Urouchsvlck hd been asphyxiated. It Is supposed lie felt the effects of the gas In the night and, trying to get to the door to summon aid, fell over and struck hit head against the sharp door Jamb of a clofet. j 11 bad ftqt ptfu dead more than, an 4 Another big sale of "Sunkist" oranges Will LJCglll IVlUUUilV lltAL, LUlUIIIUIll lilt the close of the week. These special sales, which are held from time to time, are proving immensely popular. Nearly everybody now knows the excel lence of Sunkist" oranges and they look for ward with great interest to these announce ments. If you and your people have never eaten "Sunkist" oranges, please try them. Until you do to, you can not imagine the delicious taste ot trcsn picKea, ircc ripened oranges. Special aSuIlkst,, Train Two cHaot locomotives, palllnz 48 refrigerator cars laden with frcsh-pickcd.tree-ripened oranges the se lect crop 01 5,000 LTOVCS-Wlll soon arrive from California. L At" So careiull7 havo f these oranues been picked; soTicidly trrerjHnsnected and graded; so rapidly are they being trans ported, that the people of this vicinity will be able to secure oranges an fresh, sweet and wholesome as can be bought in Los Angeles or San Francisco. Your dealer and all other local dealers ' will be supplied with "Sunkist" oranges from the "Sunkist" SpecialTrain. "Sunkist" is the Perfect Orange "Sunkist" fa not a species or variety of orange. it is a certain grade or quality, the choicest of each of five thousand Cali fornia Orange Farmers, who produce G07 of the state's entire crop. They pack all their per fecf oranges under the onename, "Sun kist," and ship them East by special fast freight. Every "Sunkist" orango is firm, solid and sound. It is picked by a gloved hand. No orange that falls to the ground or be comes bruised or damaged in any other way, ever bears tho "Sunkist" name. Keep the Dates in Mind Week Beginning Monday, April 3rd Cheapest You Can Buy "Sunkisforanges nre not only the finest flavored, freshest nnd most hoalthful of nil oranges, but they arcactually the least costly voncanbuv. Being seedless. fibrelcaa nnd thin-skinned, tho percentngo of waste is ex tremely small. The tender, luscious pulp comprises 9o of tho orange. So it means economy to buy "Sunkiht" oranges. Boy "Sunkist" by tho box. You can obtain a worth-wlule reduction on n box from your deaJssT. Becanse of their excellent condition "SunkUt" oranges keep better than others. Many Ways to Serve Them Oranges are tbo most stppetltlntrsmcl Doarfah tag foods one) can eetvej at brmkfa.Tt In the trick room txrtwocn meals in lalsulu, ices, aberbota sad puddings. There Li no limit to the) n amber ot entreflerit dishes of which "Sonkkt" oranges form the bonk. Doctors Recommend Them It U very unusual to find a food that people Uko and can safely eat as much of aa tbr plenue. Leading physicians any that to counteract tho meats ond other henvy foods wo cut, one ahonld eat crnngen libernlly. It la a universally known fact that orntij;o Julco M an excellent food for tho brain cellnnnd a tonic for run-down nervoa. Nolet tcr laxative than sound, ripe oranRej-caa bo f cinnd. There Are "Sunkict" Lemons Thobnltergntdoof l'h1" wrappers. Hycnlllng for"Stml;ist" lemons, you avoid tbo kind that ore tlilclc-iklnnejd, pithy and in sipid. The "Sunkist" lem. on contalnn 50 moro juice than any cither lemon. Save Your "Sun!rist"Wrappera Notice! 'Roftn Onsflfsi Spooa Free The picture shows our now 1011 design, "Btrnkist" Or ansro Spoon, ao tual aim; being u Kcnutno Rog ers product and of tho intcst stylo. Thin npoun will bo Bent yott, charg es, packing, etc., prepaid, on receipt ot 12 "BunLlr.t" wrappern and no. ForaicJi nddltlnnnl spoon (w;nd Y ''Snnklaf wrappers and 12 ccuta. lly saving your "Sunkl&t" oronr;o and lomon wroppem you can enollyMcurcnfiill wtof genuine Hogrra orango upoons, dessert spoons and fmlt knivea, Tho pnttornn shown are now 1011 styles, designed exclusively for in. Tliey aro a.i attractive nnd stylish si money can buy, All ro Rogers quality, stamlnrd A-No. 1 plato ind nro fully fjuunintecd by tbo maker, No advertising appears on any of our premiums, Ritnd on thn right the description of these valuable premiums and bow to (at them. ua mi ro- , rnittanccfiiip toifiu pleano f-ond one-cent n t a ra p a , on 'Valmble Desert Spoon Free The plotnrs show our now 1911 dentin, Dessert Spoon, actual (he. It Is of the suiae exceMent quality und beantifnl de slgn as tlm orange rpuon, but bolag larger and heavier U moro valuablo. Hcnt to you on re ceipt of 21 "Sun list" wrappers and 20c(!Mlopal. l'Or each addition al dosvurt spoon ncn(i 2t "Sunkht" wrappora and cejiu. The Califoraia Fruit Growers' Exchange 34 Clark Street, CHICAGO, ILL. nmounts abovo 21s, send poit oflica money oruer, mrjirtM money oruer ir Duuk ot-lt Do not send calu M,-.:.o your money ordor or draft payablo to 1 ho Cnllturnla l'rult Growers' Kschnnge, nnd nddrcw your lot terH to Tbo Culifr rrla Fruit Gnmcn' Cv change, 31 Clark t'.iruot, Chicago, III. You can seen rotln'i I rctnl.ir.iawlit"Gun kLit" oraugo wrnpncrj, "SuuM t" lemon wrnpp'na, "li 1 i:.;ll" oranta xi'.lppen, or "Kea IJall" liimon wrappers. IC von will maico it a poi r t nuy only ' "Ued.' .:i''er...-. - -.and Urn.. only i;tt thn lit. t frill's th.v aomlrrlly priced, t ut yU a complete set of tbo beaut 'ui s; IHsFn Ettife Free Onr 1011 Uanklnf-Frult Knlfs U shown here, actual slra. It b mailt of special tem poredsteeJheav Ilysllver-ploied. Fully rua run teed by mimn facturers, Vfm. Kocrs & Soa. Sent to you on roculpt of 21 "Sunkist" wrappora and 20.-. For each ad lltlnul knife neud 24 "Sun kist" wrappjrs and 20 cents. 1 iJil" and )".t wUlnot 1 '-ri htvo onotttrh wrappers to s-nre a ni .- i uivia heto i.hotvu . .... i .,1 fir (C