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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, JME 15, 1921.
"IF THEATRE OWNERS THROW OPEN THEIR DOORS TO KIDDIE KLUB CHILDREN mr r Sixty Film Houses Will Be Ready When School Ends, July 1, to Admit Little Ones Who Seek ' Recreation All Kiddies Are Urged to Join. By Sophie Irene Loeb. Among Tho livenlru; World's efforts to secure all summer recreation possible for the general public, chief of which Is the opening of all recrea tion piers, which tho Mayor heartily approves, Is a programmo to help tho kiddles. ' Never before In the history of the city has the need for proper recrea tion been as manifest as this year, in view of tho fact that hundreds of children who have been heretofore employed In tho summer season, espe cially during the war, will now be idle owing to the industrial conditions, the Juvenile employment departments being swamped with applicants. The Motion Picture Theatre Owners have ngieed to co-operate with The Evening World to keep children off the streets during the hot weather, especially in the congested areas. Toward this end, a hundred of the best motion picture theatres In the city will provide space for children during the hot afternoons. These rpaces will bo on the first floors and segregated from tho adult sections. Sixty of these theatres will be ready July 1, when tho school vacation begins. As thousands of mothers are now in industry and unable to take thplr children to tho theatres, members of the Mothers' Clubs of the city will act as chaperons to the children at these theatres and see to their comfort and we.l-belng. Children of eight years or over, who are members of Tho Kiddio Klub, on presentation of their badgeand membership certificate, and a card pjgned by the mother permitting the child to attend the theatre, will bo admitted free. Members of the Mothers' Clubs will caro for the children Utirlng the hows. The theatres will be open Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and some ot them will be given over entirely to the children on special days. These will It announced later. It Is believed by the committee that this plan will keep thousands of children entertained and off the streets in a much cooler atmosphere than out of doors. The committee of chaperons will be nnnounced this week. Tho work of these women in this and other philanthropic matters assures at the outstart success and a good time for the kiddles. Offices have been opened in the World Building. Itooms 1125-112G, and Cousin Kleiner, head of the Kiddle Klub, is on hand dally helping with the arrangements to sec that every kiddle of the Kiddle Klub, which .uready numbers many thousands, will secure cards, which their mothers will sign, permitting them to go. Cards will be ready on Monday next. Watch Tho Kvenlng World for details ot this programme. Greater New York has been zoned, and one or more of tho best theatres has been secured In each locality. A Kiddle Klub window will be opened at each of these theatres exclusively for the children. I Every effort has been made to secure sucn tneatrcs as have the best n ot plas, and as the Censorship Bill becomes effective August 1 the Children's interest is thus safeguarded as far as is practicable. The committeo representing the motion picture theatres are: John jIanheimer, Chairman: Sydney S. Cohen, Charles Stelner, Ixo Brecher, -amuel Peyser and C. U O'ltellly. The committeo has been asked to Vterclse special care In the selection of tho pictures. The following theatres will be opened July 1 and all the kiddles are -rged to apply for Kiddle Klub membership as soon as possible: MANHATTAN. Name. Theatre. Address. tjydncy Cohen North Star 1230 Fifth Avenue. Qrobo & Knoblo Manhattan 40 West 103th Street. Bushman 30 West 110th Street. Forma East Side 233 Avenue A. Windsor 412 Grand Street. larles Stelner Now 14th Street Sunshine Casino Harstn Hegun . Fifth Avcnuo Mount Morris Sam Bock Classic I Seller Winter Garden 15S East 8Cth Street. .1. B. Elpern Crescent 117.) Boston Hoad. S. A. Moross Globo 2184 Third Avenue. dross & Katz Florence 75 East Broadway. Leo Brcckcr Plaza 59th Street & Madison Avenue. BRONX. Sydney Cohen Bronx Strand 827 Westchester Avenue. Trcmont 1942 Webster Avenue. Empire SSI Westchester Avenue. Orobe & Knoblo Valontine Valentino and Fordham. United States 191th Street and Webster. Joseph Jnmo Bronx Plaza Miracle B. Edelhertz Metropolis E. Falter C. Goldreyer A. n. Schwartz.. .Webster 400 East 167th Street. .Concourse 216 East Fordham Road. BROOKLYN. . Farragut 1401 Flatbush Avenue. Itlalto 1085 Flatbush Avenue. Linden 817 Flatbush Avenue. .Park 4322 Fifth Avenue. Peerless (5th Avenue). 5612 Fifth Avenue. Peerless (3d Avenue). 4805 Third Avenue. John Manhelmer Colonial H. Rachtnll Stonn Stadium Sheffield William Brandt Parksldo Bunny Carlton Stanley Atlnntle , Mnntauk Park Manhattan , Marathon Globo STATEN Richmond Ham Berman . . . A. H. ElsenHtadt A. Rapf Max Miller R. Sanders Charles Moses ... V:on Rosenblatt Star Emplro LONG Peyser r ly. Galnsboro Flushing Nassau II. Behrcnd. - Park UES VASSAR OVER PLASTER Oinlruetur WiiiiCn Arbitrator tu Decide on Wl.oui) f hy C'olleite. Isaac S. Hossell. building contractor, applied to-day to supremo Court Justice Aplnall In Brooklyn for nn order ap pointing an urbltrator to nettle, u di jiuto between htm and Vassar Colleso -,-:er falling ceilings cine 10 niivRL'u inm- or plaster. An affidavit filed by Her rt U. Qurney, treasurer of the collcce, Id the colleKO hold back about J1.000 Roasell's pay and notified htm thai 11 235 East 14th Street. 141 East Houston Street. 144 Second Avenue. 60 West 116th Street. 1312 Fifth Avenue. 141" Fifth Avenue. 564 West 181st Street. 187th St. and Washington Ave. 751 Mclroso Avenue. 2644 Third Avenue. 7415 Fifth Avenue. 375 Stono Avenue. 102 Chester Street. 308 Sheffield Avenue. 728 Flatbush Avenue. 311 Flatbush Avenue. 290 Flatbush Avenue. 2075 86th Street (llensonhurst). 21)5 Flatbush Aeiiue. Bath Avcnuo and Bay itth. 2082 CropKcy Avenue. 1065 Manhattan Avenue. , 188 Prosrict Park W. 220 15th Street. ISLAND. Stnploton, S. I. Now Brighton, S. I. Port Richmond, S. I. ISLAND. Flushing, L. I. 1'oit Washington, I I. Corona, L. I. would charRo Cilm for repairs. The enlff'Ko said Itossell should have made application within ten days. De cision was reserved to-day. Araiiltlril of lllimlnu Up lloimr. UoKer Meola and his son, Juuics, twt-uty-four years old. were ucq,mtted in Quarter Sessions Court, Paterson, N. j last uhihi of u kluiibe of conspiracy to blow up tho homo of Mariano do Clraso, a silk dyer, Nn. J37 tfim Six teenth Street. Assistant Prosecutor k.t.(ii...l I ..,..1.1 ..... ,h Mk,i., nn . i,iir,mf,n .hnrini. tnem wm, having explosives In their possession uiecauy, BAKU TIE2M0RET0TREE Armed Posses in Sixty Autos in Three States Hunt for Highwaymen. SEIZED LOAD OF SILK. Band Had Nine Hours' Start From Scene of Hold-Up on Road Near Newton, N. J. Insuranco officials to-day Investigat ing tho theft of a truck load of silk, when ono man was killed and two others bound and left to starve to death In the woods nsar Newton, N". J., said It was only ono of many thefts of silk along tho Jersey roads. It Is estimated that tho aggregate of these will reach almost a million dollars, when the value of tho trucks Is taken Into consideration. Tho thieves yesterday had time enough to be 100 miles from the see. e of their crime before tho authorities were awa,ro of what had taken place. To-day armed posses are searching Northern New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania for the gang of six that participated in the murder and theft. Yesterday's haul by tho bandits, according to latest reports, was not all silk, as there were Hevcrat cases of cotton goods on the truck, and It Is not believed that tho valuo of the silk will run much beyond $5,000. In ad dition to tho Jersey authorities and thoso of Eastern Pennsylvania, tho police of New York are at work, as it is considered possible tho gang may havo come from this city. That tho crime was planned In ad vance by persons familiar with tho county and with tho shipments of silks from the Sussex Print Works at Newtown Is apparent. A shipment by truck Is made every day to New York, and yesterday's load left at C.30 A. M. In charge of Charles Matnes, driver, and Claude Rcsh, helper. They took the direct road toward Passaic. Tho truck was a two-ton Plerco Arrow with tho license No. 28422 N. J. It had a yellow body with a hooded scat for the driver and helper. Painted upon tho sides was "Sussex Print Works, Newton, N. J." in gold letters. Just then Charles Costa, nn engi neer of Andover, camo along on his motorcycle. Ho knew the truck and Its driver well and undoubtedly rec ognized at once that something was wrong. He was ordeied to halt, but Instead put on extra speed, swung wide and tried to dash past. Thrco shots wero fired and ho pitched for ward over his wheel, dead. That much Malnes saw and heard as with Resh ho was forced farther on Into tho woods. It developed later that tho bandits picked up tho body of their victim, tossed It over a bank, where It fell faco down In a shallow pool, sent the motorcycle down besido it, then turned tho silk truck nnd sped away toward tho Pennsylvania lino. Malnes and Rcsh, unarmed and with revolvers hold at their backs, wero marched farther Into tho woods. Their captors began to talk of killing them and In desperation they finally put up a fight only to bo beaten senseless with tho butts of revolvers and tied hand and foot. They were then far from tho road. Tho bandits sat down to watch them. At times they debated whether or not to kill them. Two urguci that there should not bo any mom murder, tho otners that as ono man had been killed It was foolish to have any wit ness alive. For nours they waited. Finally about 3 o'clock three went oft to ono side and held a final consultation, one remaining on guard. When the thrco camo back the prisoners wore lifted to thplr feet, carried to a tree and securely tied. "They'll starve to death, nnyhow. No ono will find them," was tho argu ment that appeared to win over thoso who demanded that they be killed at once. Then tho four bandits walked away. For an hour tho two men struggled with their hands and finally Malnes was ablo to bring his wrists within reach of Resh's teeth. Tearing and tugging at the rope, with lips bleed ing and two teeth broken in tho effort, flesh finally loosened tho rope. The two men, completely exhausted, stag gered from tho woods and reached a farmhouso from which tho alarm was telephoned to Stanhope. Tho discovery of Costa's body fol lowed and within an hour sixty motor cars carrying armed men wero out in search of the murderers. Shorltf Linus Littell nnd Prose cutor Lewis Van Clarcan of New ton wero noon at tho scene and directing tho hunt. Whllo the search for four of tho bandits Is local, tho two who fled with tho IB DIE IN SHIP truck had such a start that tho pol.cu of thrco States were warned. Tho most likely clue early to-day In dicated that the stolon truck had been seen la Rethlelipm, Pa.. In the after noon. Maines nad Rcsh needed surgical assistance, but aro not seriously in jured. Costa was married but had po children. Coroner. Wells, who cx- I Tired of School, Bom Set Fire To Class Room Plumb Fed Up on Study, Three Confess, So Fed Hated Text Books to Flames. The opinion of John Montemurro, eleven : Joseph Clschcttl, ten, and Frank Cltrlnna, also ten. Is that school keeps in too long: there Is too much of it nnd besides they nro plumb fed up on school. Thin, they explained to Assistant Fire Marshal Anderson this afternoon, was why on Monday evening they broke a window in Public School No. 112 nt No. S3 Itoosevelt Street nnd set fire to their class room. They selected the waste paper lias Net of their teacher, Miss Margaret MoNallv. Alwiiit It fhnv oiled what they considered would burn re Hilly. Including the mnp of the hated geiu raphy, what sellers nnd renders there were, In addition to some arith metics Just as understandable to them as the Einstein theory to most other persons, and applied the match. Then they beat It according to their confession and waited, confident that the engines would havo a hard time pumping water enough to drown the blaze and feeling certain school was going to end for them right there. The tire did $3,500 in damage and excited tho suspicion of the Fire Marshal. The lo live almost next the school and appeared too sorry about th eflrc to suit tho Marshal's Idea of Innocence. After questioning them for a time they gave. In and confessed they did It, anil why. They will bo taken to' the Children's Coutt charged with ju- venile delinquency und It looks like several yeais of constant schooling for them. ; i amlncd tho body nnd who will hold an , ,, , ,,., ,,, Inquest to-day, said he found three bullet wounds and that death had been Instantaneous. To nn official of the Sussex Print Mills Malnes to-day told tho first complete story of the hold-up and murder. "Wo were going slowly, about seven miles out of Newton, when wo saw six men, three on each siifo oi inc road, ahead,' ho mild. "When we t . il.i ..11 were near enough I saw that all wore masits ana limi eac.n nan iwu re volvers. By that tlino wo wero too closo to escape. Ono of tho men, who was nearest our car on the south side ot tho road, seemed to bo the loader of tho gang. " 'Vou're up against It; climb down,' he ordered. "I had Just started to throw tho clutch Into high when I caught sight of tho guns and heard tho order to get down. Resh and I got down, and two men, about our size, diesscd a good deal as wo weic, took our places. The other four men seized us, two attending to Rcsh and twu dragging mo along. l ney ioun ub imu mu brush about fifty feet from tho road. I had a 41-calibru gun at my head and Rcsh was in the same fix. Wo could not resist. Just us tho truck started to leavo I saw Charlie Costa coming up on his motorcycle. Wo wero out of sight in tho brush, but tho motorcyole camo up before tho truck could get away. The leader of tho bandits ordered Costa to stop. Costa swung his motorcyclo.wldo and tried to circle the truck. As ha passed the man who waa giving orders tired two shots at him. Another man standing besido tho truck fired two more shots. Costa fell in tho road. Dump him, quick!' tho bandit chief yelled. They seized Costa by his arms and legs and tossed him down tho bank llko u sack of pota toes. 1 think he was dead beforo he tell off tho machine. It was after they killed Costa that tho men began talking about killing us. Tho head man said they'd bo fools to kill any more than was neces sary, and another man said It didn't make a bit of difference how many they killed slnco Costa was dead. This fellow said ho thought it would bo safer to croak us that mat wouiu give them moro timo for a getaway. Finally, ono oi mum iuiu iuu mai I had better say my prayera ir l wanted to, becauso my tlmo waa nearly up. I thought if they were going to kill mo I might us well make a fight, and began struggling and Itesh took the cuu unu also pui up a f""'That was when they began beat lnir us. I was clubbed with tho butt of a revolver until I fell. I don't be lieve I was ever really unconscious, though next l Knew we wero uoiu bound and helpless. Then wo wero dragged further back Into tho woods, nearly a mile, It seemed to me, "Then we were thrown down nnd our feet tied. Thu four sat down near us and again argued whether they should kill us. Finally, about the middle of the afternoon, ono looked at his watch nd said It was time to go. They tiitl us to a tree, and tho ono who seemed to be In charge tonl from my noeket $10 given t.i me for cxpenso money ior me trip. Ho handed mo back a dollar, sating to buy a box or candy for my girl, though ho was tho ono who had argued that wo would btarvo to death there. .. . Then they waiitcu away, i no un derb irbiush In the swamp Is so thick ju could not t,Vr Vr,o,i wi.y they ent aer they had gone fifteen feet." you we Hunk Alilx llrhi' fur lU-Srrt le Men. Tho Hiiaranty Trust company has given offices to the Woman's Commit tee of tlm Vutenitis of Foreign Wars Service Iiureiu in tlm building, No. o2J Fifth Avtnue. Tho committee of which .Mis. Oliver llurrlmaii Is C'imlrman Is .-,:.Ju?t'r:r " 'ninlL'ii In rai.ni iJOO.OU'J lor the o.jei.itlon of the Imre hi for the ex-M rvice men of Manli.ittan. Th" Imnk committee is woiluiii: tiuiler tl.e supervision of .Mrs. Clifford Tuber Mc Allister and .Sirs. Wlckllffx Hou. Ocorco Tinrr Bnker Is chairman of tho Service Bureau Committee. F ERRYR0WD SEES MAN FIGHT 6 TWO Policemen, Foiir Deck- hands, Finally Subdue Man Held on Drug Charge. 1 llomas ni,rnq' ,hlrly' wbo MJ m' llVM " Coney Island Avenue. Coney Island, npptared In front of the pilot house of tho Municipal ferry boat Richmond as sho was getting ready to leave- her ollp nt St, George at ( o'clock this morning and demanded the Captain turn back nil KO to Manhattan. Tho Captain rang for two deck hands and Instructed them to clear tho deck. They grabbed tho Invader, who put up n fight and proceeded to clean tho deck with them. Police man Henry Klllnioycr was sum moned from tho shore to repel boarders and discovered ho and the deckhands wero no match for tho Coney Island Samson. Policeman Itobert Smith, who had Just reported off duty, rushed on board and look a hand. Meanwhile the ferry boat waa fill ing up with passengers nnd crowds wutched tho fight. Tho law permits no passenger to go on tho hurrieano deck, which Is tho top deck of the boat and has no rail. Tho two cops und Mho two deckhands struggled with tho giant, who seemed endowed with superhuman strength. He fought back with flsH and feet and carried the quartet to the edge of tli'vS1 iS the Bay any moment. Two -morn deckhands climbed up 'I10, hurricane deck and took a hand In tho meleo and tho Coney lslaml n,,mlM(t,y .Het.ml,(1 lo (,nJoy 10 unequal odds, tosslnir cons and dick hnnds llko spray from paddlo wheels, and hands and feet working llko an electric fan. Ho was still going strong when some ono hit him on the head. Before ho could arlMi all had him by arms and legs and carried him, kick ing llko nn army mule, down the com- panlonway nnl orr thu vessel phial of white powder was found upon minis, aim penumg a cneiiiicni anaiysm oi i iiu coui.-ni no was tJJItli ri1 U Will UlilumvilY ITJIIIIULI. ill IV bflvlnif a nnrcotc , nls possession. VAROTTA TRAGEDY I OF 1 .WotllCI'S Fearing for TilCir ,-, ., , . Children Keep Them From Playing in Streets. Detectives have mndo no progress to-day in fastening tho kidnapping and murder of five-year-old Cluscppe Vorotta on any of the ten prisoners under arrest. Their main hope now is that tho plot will bo exposed by one of the conspirators. Tho result of Giuseppe's fato Is n revival of tho old-timo fear of the "Black Hand," which Is spreading rapidly through tho east side. lurlng the funeral yesterday, when several thousand persons Mind Mist 15th and adjacent streets, hundreds of mothers remained Indoors with their children. Somo of the streets that formerly wero filled with playing children curly in tho evening nro almost dnsorted or are under tho constant supervision of watchful mothers. Tony SalHclll and Joseph Margollo, arrested In connection with tho Va rotta case, wero sent to the House of Detention yesterday as material wit nesses. Judge Mclntyro In General Sessions fixed hall In each case at $25,000 at tho request of Assistant District Attorney Dlnecn. In Special Sessions Vlncenzo Bat tnglla, Salvatoro Trola and Oluseppo Palastro, arrested June 12 In connec tion with tho kidnapping, pleaded guilty jesteixlav to a charge of vio lating tho Sullivan law. They worn remanded to tho Tombs until June 24 for Investigation by Probation Of ficer William Connors. They bad au tomatic pistols when ariested. 1'illtlle SlTlre Coliliillxxloii In lln' on .In I)- I, Tho Public SiTVleo Commission w'.l move to new office. at No. 30 Church Street on July 1, It was announced M- i!ay nt the commission's he'idqu.irturx, No. f'J I-if.ii-ttr- Streiit. I Mi, latter . quarters aie Inadequate for tho purpose ,,f both tlm Tr.int.lt und Public .Service CoiiinilimioMs Thu Tinnsll C'onumla hIoii r quire the entlru building on U-i f a y e 1 1 1 .street. Frntlvnl !' City i:niilo'pm. Tho annual summer night's festival il tiipluyeex of the office of the l'r si i ,,ont ()f tl, jjmoiiitli or Manhattan will d , ,,,1,..,,, ou.ilrio next (.ntrtlllnmuMl la 1 t ror Um liiniflt of the Welfare Com mittee of the Borough President's of fiei, which Iiio'k-. after tlm nick mid needy aiming the employees. Throuih the 1'ourleny of William liillaglier tlm New Y'.rk to I'uni Itevlew will he nre erited by the company from tho Broad way ti.irilen.i. Vlf- Miiit Sent lo Miitlenunn. OlnvHiH Aversa of No. '10a K.'ist 10!i Strict, who shot and killed till wife on April C, 1013, wns sent to Mat te aw an Aylum for tho Insane to-Uuy by JudKo Mclntyro of tho Court of General Sessions. A commission re ported him of unsound mind. ON TOPMOST DECK eiVESTEW BLACK HAND GIRL SENTRY FAILS TO TIP OFF THIEVES Pershine; Square Hotels Roused by Shoolin.p; in Pursuit of Alleged Burglars. XXDKOUT RU.NS AWAY Prisoners Say Robbery Was Planned During Boat Ride With Young Woman. A girl lookout too Inexperienced for tho Job was tho undoing of three young men who ntempted to rob the haberdashery of Frank Block, mem ber of the Police Reserves, at No. 722 Third Avenue, early to-day. The burglar band had planned the robbery during a boat rldo on Central Pnr1 lake, according to ono of tho prison ers arrested after a chase and many revolver shots. Policeman Joseph Thompson, a rookie who has arrested four alleged burglars In the last few days, was approaching the hnbordashery when tho girl lookout, Instead of warning her pals, took to her heels. Ho saw tho door to an nllcyway open and In the rear surprised three men nt work. They had cut two wooden panels out of a rear window, nnd abandon ing braces and bits, they ran In dif ferent directions, Thompson fired his revolver for help and after a chase to Kt.li Street and lyxlngton Avcnuo ariested .a man 'who described himself as Robert Benin, twenty-two, a former sailor, of No. 4'JS Hast 74th Street. Policeman James Illckey, also a rookie, In a commandeered toxical), after a several Mock's chase, during w'hlch several shots wero fired, ar rested near tho Commodore Hotel, a man who described himself as Thomas Ray, twenty-two, of No. 12S West C5th Street. Meantlmo Detective John Kelly and Policeman Daniel Bellow had chiscd a man Into a Third Avcnuo cellar and found him with their flashlights, lie said ho was William Milter, twenty, of No. 88 Crystal Street, Brooklyn. Tho police say ho had several skeleton keys nnd a flashlight, and that thero wore fourteen pawn tickets In tho possession of tho thrco men. It was Miller, according to tho police, who told of tho girl lookout und tho Cen tral Park boat ride. Tho shots aroused persons In several hotels and residences In tho neighbor hood, nnd nlso awoke Block, who llve.s over his store. He took part In tho chnse. Aftor tho prisoners had been locked up In tho Fast Gist Street Sta tlon Miller complained that his shoulder w.oa broken, but a Flower Hospital surgeon could find nothing the matter with It, Magistrate Sweulzer In tho Yorkville Court held the men on charges ot burglary In $10,00 bull each, and com mended the policemen lor tlmlr good work. 850 HORSES SHOW AT WHITE PLAINS Larcesl Number of Entries as Form-Day Stand in West chester Opens. Tho 2Sth nnnunl Westchester County horso show opened for a four-day stand at Cedney Farm In White Plains to-day with thn lurgest number of entries and inhibitors In tho history of tho show. Seventy-two Jumpers lined up for con firmation Judging at the morning ses sion and inoro than 100 exhibitors in all rlojws wero represented by morn than 850 entries. Tho morning session was taken up principally with breeding and novice vailule classes and mo jumping opened the afternoon Besslon with Piircy Itock- fe Mpr's OwiinoKu Farm represunteU hy six entries. Utile Miss Hetty llerry. riding her own entry. Fear Not, brought rounds of iippl.iu.su hy a plucky rlilo over eight hurdles, remounting wnen ijiickcu oir after the fourth Jump and finishing I ho performance. BAD GLANDS MAKE WOMAN ROB, SAYS EXPERT IN COURT Judxe Postpones Sentence Until Third OiTender Can Have Neck Outlets Treated. Medical treatment of glands In tho nock of Mrs. Fannie l.iebo wltz, thirty-six, No. i;:rs Snediker Avenue, Brooklyn, believed to be tho cause of criminal tendencies of tho woman, was ordered by County Judge Hayes, hi tho hope of restorlug her to noimallty. Jinlgn Hayes, In Brooklyn, post poned sentenco upon Mis. Uebo wltz to-day for this purpose. She pleaded cul"y everal days ago to a charge of burglary. The ikjIIco said that sho had served two ti mis for burglary, but camo from a good family, and hail never been In want. Dr. Krncst N. Vnughnti, inudlc.it assistant to tho Kings County District Attorney, said Mrs. l.tobo wltz was legally sane, but "dull meniiillv." If sho wero treated with thyroid extract, In his opinion, this condition would be relieved, nnd her criminal tend ency diaapoar. WHEN COP GOMES FIRST WOMAN U. S. ATTORNEY HERE TAKES UP DUTIES i i s. r MARY TOvMIe( M5ss Mary R. Towlc, Sworn In as Col. HaywnnJ's Aid, to M'.indle All Cases. New York's llrt woman Assistant United States District Attorney was sworn In to-day In tho ofllcos of Col. William Haywnrd. She Is Mlsa Mary Butter Towlc, lawyer and noted Suf fragist, and In tho second woman In Ihe country to hold such a post. Asked what work sho e.vpectcd to do, Miss Towle replied, "Anything to which I am isslgned." Miss Towlo is a graduate ot Bryn Mawr and the New York University Law School. Sho was admitted to tho bar In 1II2 and with Miss Bertha Uembaiigh has been practising, under tho firm name of Rembaiigh & Towle, at No. 163 Broadway. From 19 IS to 1911) sho acted as general counsel to tho National Amerlcjin Woman Suffrage Association. Miss Towle, whoso ancestors In this coun try date back to 1635, is a member of tho regular Republican organization. PEDDLED BOOZE IN BABY CARRIAGE Woman Had Still on Kitchen Stove Raiders Find Mooch Supply in Stable. Mrs. Bertha Weber, No. 426 Fast "9th Htieet, was held In $1,000 ball In tho Yorkville Court to-day after tho discovery of nn excellent still on hor kitchen stovo. Tho police say aho mndo largo quantities of whiskey anil used a baby carriage for delivery. In Brooklyn "Izzy" ICIustoln led a group of rnlilerrt dressed as truckmen tu the stable of Ixmls Borneo nt No. 711 West 9th Street, whllo they say they found a big still In a cave under tho floor of n stall. They seized ten gallons of alcohol and arrested llomeo. Afterward thoy arrested John Sulli van In his tuiloon at No. 879 Smith Street, whero a quantity of alleged whiskey was sclzod. Thomas (llbtsins, owner of a former saloon at No, fi.10 Washington Street, w.'us convicted In tho Supremo Cmrt In-day on a charge of posse ismg liquor. Ho wa.s llnod J-Ol) hy JusMee J Jo rat. lUrnuy Monnhan, nccuswl of pi s sisslng 1'quor in a former saloou at No. 100 West ltwth Street, was ac quitted by a Jury In the same court James, Noonc, No. :'28 West 21th Street, was held In $500 bail In the .Ii n'eiwin Market Court on charges .f possessing a still, live gallons of l.quor and a quantity of mash, nil n the basement of tho ar,irtment liuuso where ho llvw. $19,000 BONDS STOLEN. AilviT(l-nn-iil llcrr HevrrtN PMI- liiiricli Mull 1lilliry In I'Vlirnury. Tho Bunkers Trust Company adver tised to-day for the recovery of nlno- ti en French Oovcrniiwnt coupon bonds of $1,000 each. It wa.1 Muted by the hunk the, Jionds were stolen with other securities from a registered mall pouch In a Post Office rubbery at Plt'rburgli, l'a., Feb. 2G, and were tho property of a oustomer of thn trust nimpuiiy. Th Winds have heeri ordered cancelled by tlm French (loverniiient. Tlm nilvertisemi'iii is part or tho legal formality of the owner in getting re imbursement for his loxs fri.m th" French Crovcrnmuni and win casuiliy n mpany wlneii insured mo nonds, Tin- trust company ii'iuicu m reveal tho name of the owner. HELD FOR KILLING SISTER. (intni-il Vrtrmn, ICrli-tiMrit From Jlimiiltill, Alio Mint Self. .Inlhnuv I'.ilil.no In'i.ilv.finn Vn t1 Seventh Avenue, Brooklyn, wns released jnminuiy ruiniiy iiuijmai inm a-i I iiriaiKiicu in i-i.iiuii.11 i.tiuii iM.i-11-Maglstrate Ki'WiuM on a eharte i murder. .Sunday morning, M.i 1 In i fit of Jc.tlmHK u cording to tie p. Hi IC HII'lL Ili Pinn I, Win I, lilt ill 1 , .,n s la til, ami turned tlm revolver uiun Mitiuelf- At ihe request or his counsel adjourn ment was taken until next Tues im Conuiiy wis held without ball Tin imlicu say CunDoy si rve.l rive .-nonn-. in wie ireiu-mvi nwiieiii nti'i was i. wounded anil sin II shocked SHOT ON WAY TO WORK. V ll-1 1 111 III llliaplllll Annie allll li li I llefme 111m llenlli. Suliatorc Biilim, fuity, of No. "J 11 : Fulton Strict, llruokljii, was uji liU w u t'i uik to-diy when a man sttpj'i.l i ul at a hnlluuy at Stone Avenuu and li. iuui Airiet and tired aever.il ahuU ul tiliu, mil' hilling him In tho buck ami nnothci In tin l tc At St. Mary's Hospital he gave ile Uitive the nun.'ef the nun he cays did tne niiuuili.n. Th. ; !! " " " hi In en Imvlveil In feuds, and tielUve lo ilns's shunting 'a as an aftermath of une of the old nff ilr. Bnzlso died soon after making his statement. I 1 WOMAN SAVES I MAN FROM FIRE- 1 j AFTER EXPLOSION -nil Rescues Elderly Clerk From Building in Which Firemen Are Injured. , Firemen wore cut hy falling Klai during a two-alarm flro that swept tho five-story brick building at No. 237 Pearl Street last night, Tho build-, ing was occupied hy Thcall, Stefan te ' Co., dealers In essential oils. The tiro tied up trntllc on tho Second Avenue elevated road nearly an hour. Tho damage was estimated at $25,000. Tho 11 ro started on tho third floor, used ns tho manufactory, following a loud explosion shortly after 6 o'clock, Just at tho peak of the rush hour. Most of the score of employees rf had left wbon tho explosion occurred from somo unknown cause. Christopher Wlebc, nrty years old, ' 1 a clerk, of No. 937 Monroe Street. North Bergen, N. J., an employee , who was on the third floor waa blown . fifteen feet Into tho hallway and his clothing set on fire. Miss Martha Brunson, twenty years ..Id, ot No. 429 25th Street. Richmond Hill, was about to placo tho books ' of the company In the safo on thoii ground floor when sho heard the ex- plosion. She ran upstairs and had ' reached tho second floor when, with , Stephen Trellowltz, n shipping clerk,., of No. 0 Division Street, FJmhurst, shi heard Wli-lie's cries. Wrapping old cloth bags about Wlebc they put out the tiro In his clothing. They then carried him to the Volunteer . Hospital, a short distance away, where ho was attended for burns on . the chest and arms. His condition Is ' serious. Thousands of homebound workers wero In the stalled trains when the power was shut off. and many left tho trnin" and walked nlong the elevated structure to the Fulton Street station. Flro Patrol Capt. Sidney Johnson of Ccupnny Nn. 1, at No. 41 Murray Street, was Injured when ho fell on thn first floor stairway. Ho was car ried out by his comrades and nltendcd bv Dr. Harry Archer of the Flro De partment, Dr. Archer said he thought Johnson was suffering from n fracture, of tho collar bone. Ho nlso was slight ly tuirned on the nunds. ONE-ELEVEN Ggarcttcs Ouryearsof maldnggood with millions of smokers suggests that weknowhow. Just buy a package and Vkfind out, All-Ceylon Tea "The lead-foil paclcajje lia no odor itelf - keeps other odors out and all the tea odor In." " Wofice to Advertisers OMiy tiltfttlilnc trro ropftnu tritiM Mt - fr el.liir II lll Moiulnj ' Uemni World, u tnunil lur J I. M. U W -t tniMliui: euUlcatlon. n ba truirlta enlr I-..t jai icrmlt ud in oriltr of plpt it TU n vTurld olfl.-e. onr miililuliiK tDmlw; lo l OUJo bj Tb World niurt t rewWea bj 1 1. JI. filipUT tdiertl'lni! trr ropy for the Bvrrl- . 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