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tW TT P P B II S IN NEW YORK ITS IN THE EVENING WORLD" KILLS SELF AND 3 CHILDREN MOTHER, ILL, to-nigftft Weathsr CLOUDY, WALL STREET CLOSING VOL. LXn. NO. 22,046 Dr. L. ARREST 23 LABOR LEADERS AFTER BUILDINGS ARE BOMBED AND POLICE SLAIN IN CHICAGO Every Important Offiical of Building Trades Council in Custody of Authorities, Chief of Police Fitzmorris Announces. Issues Declaration of War Against "Hoodlums and Ex Convicts" Committing Outrages One Prisoner Identified as Bomber. CHICAGO, May 10. The police to ' Jay. raided the Building Trades Labor Headquarters and arrested three of Chicago's biggest labor leaders "Big Tim" Murphy, Fred Mader and Cor nelius Shea In connctlon with bomb ings and shootings whictKcarly to-day resulted In tho death of two policemen and serious Injury of a third. Murphy, known as Chicago's "La bor Czar," Is -out. on ball after having; been sentenced to seven years' In the penitentiary In connection with tho $100,000 Union .Station mall robbery. Madcr Is President of the Building Trades Council, while Shea heads the Wcamators' Union. Among tho twenty-three union members and officials arrested during the morning was John Rafferty, also Implicated In the mail robbery with Murphy. Churlcs C. Fitzmorris. Chief of rollcc, Immediately ordered everj policeman on duty and directed that all labor leaders bo brought in. "I have ordered detention ,of every one who may have any information of the workings of labor attacks," he said, ' Tho dead are Terrance Lyons, thirty, Acting Lieutenant, and Pa trolman Thomas Clarke, thirty. The wounded man is Patrolman Albert Moellcr. Although the killings and bombings wero in different parts of the city, police bcllevo they were directed by a single band, desiring to express re sentment at enforcement of a decision handed down by K. M. Landls, former Federal Judge, acting as arbiter in a long drawn out dispute between mem bers of the Building Trades Council and contractors. The buildings bombed were the garage of Tyler & Hlrpach and the Henneberry printing plant. Patrolman Clarke, who was guard ing a building previously bombed and under police protection, was notified of tho garage bombing and a few minutes later a taxi driver notified police that threo men were fighting wlthi Clarke. Officers found him fatally wounded. He had been shot through tho head and died on the way lo the hospital. Police believe Clarke was killed by men who Monday night howerecLthc building with bricks and escaped in an automobile. Later, Lieut. Lyons, seeing a car Hpccdlng past a traffic signal, com manded It to halt. The' ' occupants 'wnswered with a volley of shots which killed Lieut. Lyons and wounded Patrolman Moeller. ' The World's Automobile Exchange Ads, . Sell 14 Cars GARLAND AUTOMOBILE COMPANY,- IS8S llrondwaj, at 6'.M St NEW YORK. May 3. IKS. New Yorh World, Hullixr llulldlnt, , New York City. ' Uiillrmn: . I'ltau lneri In The World Sua. nay. stay Tin. aavurllalnc copy hcra Mill ertclottd IDo itituli fiom our advsrtlitni at April -Md and Knit wars hlihly ailifaeiory. f'omttm can ars ' ' old The World rtadars know that good imd cara can ba had at raa tunable prlcaa from reliable houiaa. Youra truly, GARLAND AUTOMqBll.E COMPANY, U, W Qalland Jr.. I'raildant. The Sunday World Automobile Exchange Ads. A Read in 600,000 HemuuZ " Circulation DAILY. Capyrlght (New E REPLY TO ALLIES AT LAST MOMENT Tchitcherin Decides to Tone Down Answer After Con ference With Schanzer. GENOA, May 10 (Associated Press) The Russian reply to the Allied memorandum, which was 'ready for presentation this forenoon, was not delivered to the Allies, as expected. At the last moment, 'after a con versation between Foreign Minister Tchitcherin of Russia and Schanzer of Italy it was decided' the ,reply would. nava.io undergo some alteration. M. Tchitcherin left Genoa at 2 P.M., returning to Santa. Marghcrita to con sult other members, of the' Russian delegation. It was not expected, therefore, that the reply could ,be pre sented until to-morrow. The fact that tho delay was due to M. Tchltcherln'a visit to Slgnor Schanzer was regarded in some quar ters as a favorablo Indication, The preambles of the Russian re ply, it was learned this afternoon, urges the point that the entrance of foreign capital into Russia depends far more upon Ruhslan guarantees for the future than upon discussion of claims. The preamble expresses re gret that the Allied memorandum paid more attention to contentions about legal questions than to consider ation of a financial arrangement for rebuilding Russia. The Russians in their preamble protest against tho attempts of some powers to compromise them becaiise they refuse to take responsibilities llghtheartedly and without carefully weighing tho possibility of their ful fillment. Tho reply says .that as long as the political and economic quarantine is continued against Russia such state as practice It cannot but encourage military adventurers attributing to themselves the role of gendarmes of Kuropean civilization. The reply, says the Central News, requests that Clause VII of the memorandum be refered to an Inter national committee of experts, with Russia represented on It. With re gard to the war debts, the Allies are asked to state the exact discount that would be mode If the debts were acknowledged. On the whole, it Is added, the reply was evasive. (Clause VII In the Allied memo randum to Russia is the clause relat ing to the status and disposition of foreign-owned property in Russia na tionallzed by the Soviet Government.) 'Can't Bob Hair,' Bui Frances Did Pierce RUSSIANS REV Paternal Palm Descends on Miss Who Insisted . on Flapping Frances Vonore Is a flapper at -last and it hurts. Let It be told In the words of Sergt. Cuny 'of the North Bergen, N. J., police. " 'Twas the middle of yesterday af ternoon," says he, "when a wild fe male voice came over the station wire cay In' there was terrible things gotn' on at No. 912 Courtland Avenue, where Frances lives with her parent nnd her sisters. "I grabs a couple of patrolman and we nil takes It on high, but all is .quiet and. peaceful and subdued when wb Tvawdhea Vox cea. Wothm to flo Books Open to AIL Tark .TTrM by rrsis Clark's E L E BY MRS. STILLMAN Accused Wife Remains Calm Under Questioning Regard ing Fred Beauv,is. BRANDS CHARGES FALSE. Testifies She Was Sent North by Husband for' Chil dren's Healh. (Special from Staff Correspondent of The Evening World.) POUQHKEEPSIE, May 10. Mrs. Anne Urquhart Stitlman took the witness stand to-day for the first time In the trial of the divorce suit insti tuted by James A. Stlllman. She made emphatio denial of misconduct of any kjnd with Fred Beauvals, the Indian guide named by Mr. Stlllman as the father of Baby Quy 6tlllroanf Mrs. Stlllman was calm and self-pos-eessed throughout her examination by John E. Mack, guardian of the baby, "When did 'you first meet Beau vals?" she was asked. "In 1916 when I went to the St. Maurice Fish and GameTClttb, on Lake DawsojiJ. in Canada. I was sent there with the children by my husband, who was afraid to risk them to exposure to Infantile paralysis Infection, this disease having appeared in New York. "We had to have a guide and I heard that Beauvals was a. good one. so I engaged him. Since that time, he has been, off and on, In Mr. Stlllman'? employ." When she was asked about a visit to Little Lake Wyagamac, in Canada, In December, 1916, a witness having testified that she and Beauvals spent the night there, Mrs. Stlllman denied this charge. "I went there with Beauvals because I waa looking over certain properties with a view to purchase, but we did not spend the night there. We went to Big Lake Wyagamac and I spent the night at a fish and game club." Mrs. Stlllman then testified to a visit of'Beauvals's father and mother to her and Mr. Stlllman at Lake Dawson In 1917. She said that Still- (Contlaued on Second Page.) FRANK AUSTIN ROY ENDS LIFE BY PISTOL Shoots Himself in Teinple at No. i'2 West Thirty third Street. The police of the West 30th Street station report that Frank Austin Roy, flfty-ifive, of No. 52 West S3d Street, committed suicide at his residence to- day by shooting himself in the temple, Said Ma and Pa, and Police Arrive SI PNG DEN A HON STAND With Flappers. but get the facts an' go back to the station. "Frances Is seventeen and a blonde, and she insisted on being a flapper. She said she was goln' to have her golden hair bobbed, Her mother said sh' should not bob her golden hair. Her father said she should not bob her rolden hair. So she bobbed her golden hair and came smllln' Into the presence of her doting parents. "Mother fainted. Father took Frances across his knee. Frances hollered. Her sisters rushed out and told the neighbors. One of the neigh bors telephoned u. We time, U;it what In blay.es have e cot to do trtth alien, matters? . , "Vo surtwrus, NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1922. Wife miK f h m h Father of Countess Her Marriage ! Is Happy; On?y fiE096E Burton Miss Charlotte Demarest Ran Away 'With Count Same Day She Was to Wed Another. Warren G. Demarest, whoso daugh ter Charlotte was married, yesterday to Count Edward George Zlchy a few hours beforo sho.was to have become the bride of George Burton, son of the late Max Bernhclmer, millionaire brewer, said to-day that he wished he knew where the young couple hud gone. "I've not an-idea where they aio," ho said at his office, No. 663 Fifth Avenue, "and. I will- bo much In debted to any one who will tell me their whereabouts. Thla whole affair Is a great surprise and shock to me." "I have no objection nt all to m daughter's murriago wltli Count Zlchy, provided she Is happy. What I most regret la tho publicity that has come of It. It is very hard upon Iut. She is nothing but a child," Before his marriage, Count Zlchy was known to have lived at the Hotel Warrington, No. 161 Madison Avenue. Though the hotel management to-day denied that he was still there, It was learned that none of his baggage had been removed from the place and there was a very knowing and readily translatable smile on the face of one of the employees when a reporter sug gested that the Count and his bride might be in the establishment. At the Hotel Ambassador It was said that Mr. Burton was no longer stopping there, though he had had an apartment up to a short time ago. When Count Sflchy nnd Miss De marest went yesterday to the Mar riage License Bureau to be married, they were accompanied by Philip Eliot, who was a witness for them. T, C. Waterman remembered that when Mr. Eliot wa married there three or four months ago, Count Ktctiy was his witness. When he recalled Continued on Second Page,) P, DOCTOR'S WIFE DIES IH9I FROM COCAINE IN jppM operating chair Ziehy Approves the Eloping Girl a Child. He Says Husband Aiding Surgeon in Remqyal of Tonsils When She Suddenly Collapses. Cocaine, administered as a local an esthetic, killed Mrs. I Pierce Clark, while her husband, a physician of No. 2 East 6tJi Street, was aiding the op orating surgeon prior to removing her onslls and adenoids. Dr. and Mrs. Clark went lo the of- 1,cc of Dr. Hampton P. Howell, In tho Medical Chambers, No. 114 Kust 4th Street at noon, Two other physicians and a nurse were present when Dr, Howell, who was to perform tho op- utlort a minor one administered the cocaine while she was in the chuir. Suddenly Mrs. Clark became rigid and tho physicians became alarmed when they failed to revive her. I'o liceman Lyman", of the East Slst Street station, 'was notified and he hummoncd Dr. Paul of Flcwer Hos pltal, who said Mrs Clark had died of heart failure duo to shock a a result of the cocaine. Medical Examiner Norris viewed the body and said' death was accl dental. The' police aro not investigating, as there wan no evidence, they said, of any suspicious circumstances. Dr. Clark exonerated Dr. Howell completely. Everything was normal, he said, and the result was an unror tunate accident that could not have 'been forseen. Dr. Howell was visibly affected by thhc accidental death. A few mo merits after Injecting tho cocaine, he said, Mrs. Ciurk complained about u peculiar, paralyzing feeling. Ten minutes later she was dead. Medical Examiner Norrls told him, lie said, that death' was due to static lymphat- icu." Tihls is the presence In the back of the neck of a gland which should disappear at maturity. N'ot even an X-ray reveals Its presence i), Norrjs said. Dr. Clark is one of the Ifdlns time ptAteKata In this country., "Circulation Books Open Entrrnl 8ronl-Clss Mattrr roit Olflrc, New York, N. Y. Dies Under Cocaine WIFE OF JUSTICE CATCHES ALLEGED MOTOR CAR THIEF Mrs. Kelby, In Own Auto With Husband, Overhauls Machine Man Claimed. PICKS UP COP IN CHASE Enjoys Thrills After She's Con- vinced One Who Begged Aid Wasn't Robber. When Nicholas Sftnzo, No. 841 Third Avenue, Brooklyn, ran out nnd climbed upon tho running board of tho Cadillac car driven by Mrs. Charles II. Kelby, wife of Justice Kel by of tho Appellate Division of the Su premo Court, last night, at 30th Street and Fourth Avenue. Brooklyn, Mrs. Kelby feared for ah Instant that he was a gunman. Banzo haa run beside the car and held up his hand. Mrs. Kelby stopped and ho begged her to follow a car ahead of her which lie pointed out and said had. Jiecn, stolen from hlrn, Mrs. Kelby questioned Sanzo and, convinced lie was not fleeing from n polcemnn, took' him Inside Justice Kelby was on thn roar scat. As they drove, keeping the other car In sight, Sanzo, who Is a contrac tor of No. 841 Third Avenue, ex plained "that a week ago lie had left his car beforo a Coney Island restau rant and came out tofind It gone. Lnst night, watching cars as they passed, lie saw It. After n ride of a half dozen blocks Mrs. Kelby and Sanzo picked up Tn- trolman Robort Boole of tho Fifth Street Station. Tho man In tho car ahead had Increased his lead, but ap parently was unaware that he vyas being followed. With the policeman on the running board, Mrs. Kelby, stepped on the gas and came abreast of (ho car ahead. Then she passed It, forced It Into the curb and made the driver stop at Tenth Street. Boole placed tho man under arrest. After the arrest Justice Kelby asked It there was any further need for himself or his ear, and waa in formed thero was not, but was told ho might bo needed ns a witness, and the pollccraun would like his name, Justice Kelby then gavo his name and address and said ho could be found in tils clmmbcrs to-day If wanted. When the policeman and Sanzo found they had liccn chasing tho stolen car In tho automobile of a Justice of tho Appellate Division, with Ills wife as the chauffeur, they wero a nurprlHcd pair. In tho Coney Island Court to-day the prisoner said ho was Frederick Kelly, twenty. Hovcn. No. 254 West 16th Street, Manhattan. Tho police said there were six previous convlo Hons against him. Ho was held In $25,000 ball for examination Friday, Kelly said Jio was at 36th Street and Fourth Avenue when a man gave htm the car, saying "Here's a car, it you want it." 4'Vou are too slmplo minded to bo allowed sat large" was tho retort of Magistrate Kllporln. "Tho place for you Is Jail beforo Home ono makes you a present of the First National Bank or the Brooklyn Bridge. Mrs; Kelby, at her home In Presi dent Street, to-day said "Really there Is nothing to It. except my fear first of the Intentions of tho man who Btoppcd our car. Hut nis sin corlty soon convinced mo. However, I did get chnnce for once to drlvo ns rapidly as I wished. When tho police man got on the running board ho told mo to drive fast and I did. I felt wds all rlgh,t legally in ilolnj so. If tn man was- a thief, I am glad I va able to .overhaul him." ItllTII I.KAVKS IIOM'ITAi,. Babe' Rut'h left St Vincent's Hospital shortly after noon to-day. H had been thefre for the past few days fol lowing an operation for iemovs.1 of his tonsils and adenoids. Mrs. Ruth, his wife Is still a patient st the hospital. She expects to h out by May 20. Babe said he felt fine as he Uit the hospital. To-morrow' WALL EDI to AH." .CLIMBS LIKE A FLY TO SECURE BOOTY Enters wHome of Frederick Brown and Robs His Wife of $3,000 Rjng. A Negro, who scales the front of bulMlngs In real "humnn-fly" fashion, just walked right through the fourth floor window of Frederick Brown's apartment, No. 185 Central ffrark West, helped himself Jowhat hoTwant, ed, arid'.lhen walked put fifftoe win dow and down tho front of trie build Inc. ' !a half hour'beforc, It Is 'charged, he, did the samo trick In entering the apartment of Seymour Feist, No. 808 West End Avenue, nnd lcavlng vla( tho window with 75 taken from lils 'vic tim's wallet. Mr. Brown, who Is a real estate operator at No.. 56G Fifth Avenue, his wife, Rose, nnd a maid wero asleep at 4 o'clock thin morning when Mrs. Brown was nwakened by a flashing light. Sho aroused her husband, who said to a Negro walking through the bedroom: "Go on, talio anything you want, but don't hurt any of us." "All right, keep quiet and nothlng'll happen to you," he replied. The Ne gro took $60 from Mr. Brown's wallet ,and a gold pen. He then approached tho bed, but Mrs. Brown anticipated hlm.and took a ring valued at $3,000 from her finger und handed it to the intruder. With a final warning to be quiet ho stepped out of the window Into tho darkness and escaped, al though Mr. Brown Immediately ran down tho stairs, giving the alarm. An hour later Detectives Davis and Donnelly of the West 100th Street Station halted a Negro nt 91st Street and Central Park West, two blocks away, because lie wus carrying bundle. The prisoner guvo his name as Georgo W. Naudaln, twenty-four, No. 100 West 86th Street. Tho bundle proved la bo a chicken. 'Nauduin's fingerprints revealed thnt he had been out of tho peniten tiary only two months after serving a (Sentence for burglary at 121st Street and Manhattan Avenue and beforo that solved six months in tho workhouse for petty larceny. Mrs. Brownat Police Headquarters, positively Identified the prisoner as tho man who had bent over her bed to take her rlnff1 only a few hours be fore. Later, when Naudaln was ar ratgned In tho West Hide Court on an afildavlt chanting burglary, he waa as positively identified by Mr. Feist. The police will have other victims of simi lar robbeiles In tho past two weeks attempt to Identify tho prisoner to day. Naudaln was held without bail for examination Friday. GOLDSTEIN WITHDRAWS , AFTER SENATE FIGHT WASIHNGTON. May 10. Nat Oolil stein, whoso recent nomination as In ternal Revenuo Collector at 8t. Louts has been tho occasion of much Senate criticism, has asked that Ills nomina tion be withdrawn, Senator .Spencer Missouri, announced to-day. Goldstein wrotn to President Harding and his letter was read by Kpencer. It said that on account of. the many un pleasant things s-itd In the Senate com mittee regarding Goldstein's acceptance of 13.500 to be a Lowden delegate at the Republican convention 4n 1920. OoH- stein felt he must withdraw so as tn spar the President embarrassment and to keep Democrats from mtKing poutl sal csjeltal of ths nomhuiUaa, r FIMAL M ERRATIC MOTHER KILLS SELF AND 3 DAUGHTERS WITH GAS: LEFT NOTE FROM RUBAIYAT' rt . NEGRO-BURGLAR Weather CLOUDY. STREET TION PRICE THREE CENTS' Mrs. Buzby, Wife of Vice President of Lubricating Company, Made Elaborate Arrangements Ifor Tragedy. Children in1 Her Bed Hus band Prostrated, Says She Had Been Acting QUeerly for More Than a Year. I. rtjln. ATLANTIC CITY, May 10, Edith Miller Buzby, wife of William S. Buzby. Vice President of the Key- ' stone Lubricating Company, of Phlla- . delphta, and" her three daughters were found dead In Mrs. Buiby's home at Ventnor. near here this i morning from Illuminating gas. , Notes found In ho house indicated Uhat Mrs. Buzby hod deliberately planned her death and. that of her' three daughters. ' ' The three daughters, all found with their mother In her bed, were, Con stance, aged eleven;, Edwlnnlu, nine, and Mary, six. . A postscript to a note left for her husband ended with .the following quo tation from th Rubalyat: , "What ir the soul could cast tho earth aside, , ' And naked on tho air of heaven ride; Were't not a shame, werc't notla shame indeed, , In this clay carcass longer to abld&T' . Tho bodies wero discovered enort(y after 6.30 o'clock this morning by Charlotte Bennett, a maid who has been In the employ of the Buzby family for several years. Mrs. Buzby was lying across tho foot of tho. bed, almost completely covering tho body' nf the vnunrest child. "Marv. Ami Sin such a position as If In prayer' or j jo smoincr uio iimu uiri u uio (u nw not been effective. Tho body of 134- wlnnla was lying In tho bed with ho4d to tho head of the bed, while thatjdf Constance, the oldest of tho threa chil dren, was hanging oyer the sldeiaa though she had made an attempt to crawl from the bed. , it All windows were closed and the cocks were turned on full from tlje chandelier and from a gas heater. M The piaJd said that she reached the house last night about 11 o'clock and found Mrs, Buzby still up and diessed. Mrs. Buzby did not apeak to her as she entered, ''but this slleriu'; was not unusual," the maid said. A little later she heard Mrs. BuzbV making preparations to retire. SJhe did not know when the children' came Into their mother's room, where jjt was most unusual for them to sleep. Dr. Lowls R. Souder, county phy sician, declared that the gas hadheen turned on shortly after midnight, aJ- parently. The note for her husband was a,J dressed to "Mr. W. Buzby," and was without other salutation. It read: j? "Please do not let people look? at me and please put me away in, j what I have on, I beg of you. t! "Alwas the same. "E, "D a rtocref that mv last : thought did hove to be a material one. for I'm not realfy a material-; person's, -am I? We will be bet-;' ter off. and I can only say" . Here the followed the quotation from the Rubalyat, )' A note was found addressed to the maid. It read; . ' . J "Charlotte: Please mall anrtf nlpnAA rAtiirn mv hnnlfft lo th library. You may have my memir! bershlp. You have been better tolj me than any person on earthy You will be happy. I am sur.f L'cu know I am not afraid, fom'i .1 ,a.....f VAii, -J