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told a member of the - 'hers' Arm. and the Plnkertona were notified That evening 11 B?ged that "im?n and Ins partner could enter Pinkerton m? ? ?ral Ott In wall Th- with the went softly I Were they cart ? grips. With falae keys they opened the d?>or leading to the Ktern eatabllsh mer.' anoltred. Rothman yesterday told inspector Faurot that ho wen! there th? time me?, i , ?? diagram of the place, and In the fashio to return later with The cracksmen w? olested on their departure from t1 as it ?was ? de n" attempt ?? worth of precious st"iies In the safe. ? ?n Saturday they hired a room around the corner from the store and brought down some ol tools from their ni? ely furnis ? in Th? They w? leisurely, believing everythlni for th- safe blowing. A w?"k I Sne* a steamer to I Rothman I fianc?e, but the burplars were k ba? helor arrangements pend ? haul. fastei lay morning, while the Sab? bath bells were ringing in The Bronx, six detectives entered No. 015 Inter? vale avenue and stopped before the crackemen'a apartment, on the second A had gone far enough. They had Waited outside nil night nnd were tired, dirty and unshaven. With a rueb they drove against the door, carrying away the lock. Roth? man and . Ing a late p, awoke | olvers in th' ?r fac? - limbed ?nit of bed, shed ? ? ' ; for an interview with Wither took the arrest hard. They looked on stoically a pulled from two SUit? s filled with burglars' tools, .reful!" warned Rothman. "tl dynamite there.'' And that was all he said until he confessed later at Head? (iu?it :? Three diamond rings, each contain? ing three fine stones, were found in Rothman's pocket, and a bankbook showing deposits of fflOO. There were pawntickets for watches and Jewelry in Sneiderman's cbdhing, and several stickpins and rings. Wrapped around a Jimmy in the roll? of February _, containing an account of the robbery of the William Company store there of $5,?0?0O the day il clippings about this robbery' "Aere also found. Inspector Faurot would not sav whether the pair had confessed to'thls jobbery, but announced thai several safe Jobs through New England attributed to them, and Investigation would be tnade. "They are the highest type of cracks? men ever seen in Headquarter.?:." said Inspector Faurot. "I never saw skilled b .rglars take arrest so calmly Th? Ir capture Is on.? <f the, finest ? detective work In years. Both have and will be charged with the burglary of stern Broth? i t'o.'s ? "Rothman has an alia?, 'Phil " nnd his Rogues' Gallery number is 24523 Bnetderman is otherwise known BS "' 1er.' They worked on their safe cracking jobs gloved, so as to leave no finger pi At Headquarters Rothman said to the .' "If a girl comes here looking for me, don't tell her I'm ar? rest -"." ? 1 "-rman's wife i<? expected to re? turn - ? men o in the ? uik? n from ?c apartment wer?*? found four sticks of dynamite, g\g drills, one se caps, a Colt au? tomatic, 'runny of the latest type, a pocket flash lamp, a 'wo batterlea a ? Jimmy and two pairs of gloves. In another lag ?-?rere found two sectional jimmy, a wrench, a blackjack, a OiU>, a fliiii?i lamp, h f" r? w OOmpasS. a pair of hand iff s. a dry battery, a steel bar. aerea pairs of glovis and a bunch of k? ye. A 1?" ? ! a sectional fl.c ? eight detonating i . . . A black Gladstone bag found in the they hired near the pro; held at' ttlon jim? my, se-en steel drill* a blackjack, a - wo fil? s. a battery, ? and ' f??r use with dynan ADLER DISREGARDS PITY Bases Betterment of Child Workers on Economic Grounds. i for ? hiid work? ? ? ? rim 1 ? tl-mv, Ad!?-r. the N?w \-otk b i ? M St I . ' ,1 r*~l!ld l-ib'ir ' ? ? ' for by ' ??ine. trape ? I out of the f ' ' - : i, <r ? i ' . nr.'l ah t-,r th*?? po'df ? - rifd th? I BURGLARS T< M H S ! \K1 n INSPE( ; ,!???,,; r; RUNNING DOWN BI'RG ". !'! i GANG CODE BROKEN BY DYING GUNMA James O'Rourkc, Shot c January 18, Accuses Rival Gangsters. TYVI? HE REFUSED TO NAME ASSAILANT Realizing End Is Near. He Tel Coroner of Shooting Plot After Peace Pact. Convinced that he was djinn. .lam oi ? r Helle l him in Gouverneur He pital. h!a version of the shootlni ary "*? in which he was wounded, T'p to yesterday he had refused to lde a three men brought twice befo him in the hospital and he i ad refus anything. O'Rourke. nly twentj chief Of a trou? ? i bearing h name. The O'Rourke Kaiifi bail be? : up in many revolver batl the Galary gang, and what particular police fa? t that tl bullets more often hit non-C i than tight. Early in January a auppi ? t on ti ? irke, He was hit In th<- right le the bullet veering ? Morris Galan living at N'>. 236 Ch< '. Wlllia llander, of I ? rv street, ai Rubin Weinberg, of So .'4 Hew ?ry Is now out < . . , ged with having had a haz . awaiting trial for felonious a v . ? i three tnei ned up t O'Rourkes ves ask? ? all or any of them shot 1 his head and remarked: "tina out of me " ? ? -ut. I't doubtedly he ho-1 t of the ho pital and even I i:- ? Btly I ? :!"**e t-hi to save hia life it would b? ? ampul ? ?.y have th ' ' WOUl He admitted this t Dr. Beward, and Intimated that he woul ,jiK to lull? with the Coroner, B ? - Hellenatein a as aummoi ? Rourka said that on the day of th i-tcp into th it? r, at .\'<?. ZU Henr . Galary, V. lander, who I on him that morn , O'Roui ke said, twiste ? ros h, hlr,?l his back. V ? r to Friedlander an t him ? ? struck him in the leg A third shut wa proach o ? in oft. -? GATORS TOOTHSOME TO TURTLE TUTOF Rich Children's Pets, Sent to Z0( for Education, Meet with Disaster in Tank. What la home ? What ii home without tv The questions are referred t<? "Bill" keepei ol the Centra Pai lima hi I mu , ! Informal ion on the ? tim?j uni. a man living on Tilth I avenua broug I -, alligaton from Florida , chil* dr? r r f,?r ? a h child, Th? mod n ture the arel tec! m.?' . for aillKat"!a, nr, i as ' ?eholj pota - Introduced to "i il tal ? ? for you,' ? m in i tank with a ? ?a!,' n,?n tora it wai n't a bit wb< n "Bill" Kot ar?'iiinl t" ti . " I, Si, v hal i thiri?? ? crlbed In ? i ai publl? atloa 'NEW STOCK SCHEME AROUSES WALL ST. I i.iitlniir.l from llr?l |i.m<-. I the graph oomp Thl offl? ?? ' upp r floor '??' ?ling, from which l h es? : he ti? ker and other? wise distributed, '; nbiy ? ? win ng i he ??notations t?i tie .1 'i ? r operator working ? if by mil With th ->x broker . II st?,?--ks can boat his i lii nt ou! of .- tin' 'ion of ?nt or a full j".int, as he will know dvance what price is ?going m i..-. Just v m Wall ?- ? ? v. r 1 *?..,.. i Repeatedly the tapped v. in- has been cut, but the Interruptions t<. the ser i ? .?? i- I?. <'ii length). :i ? 'ompany ha.? als :id that it had no knowledge of hi re the Infora Nobody in Bi howe?i er. I anything ?hunt nnv new ?scher anvtblni- like it. Telegraph oil: who usually know all about gS, had ne- , , had ?l up, s?, - ew ?hei? none Perhaps i the New England I end - many, in the < . I h? a id. or ? Kin,w In ?small towns t>;. ngi Offices Are Modest 'h" Tribune .*? to the pol lar . ('ni , W. D. Si : Ma!.? ??:' a tele h Ins trun s be? ond. A fter ?? i ? ? moments a - v. tu. mu? lie was Mr M-, To him i "Von want t.. ses Mr. i : ? ? "" nti-1 - ? ' ' Ri ? ' ? and ? shopi w e m atlon, and we buy si Who ??an?s th.-m Wo ? nii.1 d?. a stra . ? . business wltJi ?i " Looks Like a Margin. "Oh, r,o ?TVs p?-?Mt ?" protect their rontraet??, t? all. *i ? I ? h Wall Street man would that a mari :ar.?-.> l "Tl ? ' ne ran sel 1 th ei tier ,i'i ? to ge| ? ?m purchai "I an n"i und? ? i - ? ? Un a ? ? ?.. ? llsh system I undi ? i "When i v? i-? dol ? - \?..tk n i.-?? ion ' er, "1 ! timik fortnight ? Mr ? . ? ? i ? live ? W ?? .1., no i ? ? ? . M1 o? ? i ? ino? i ? anno! tell ? I,..,.. .?? publie h * ? . ? ... ? tatst "?? e are ...IIS ??till ? mentioned sen* of the nest kno houses in the Street?"that Is their oara "Nobody <-an question ? ? r charter tin? e mont Von ca ? the 1 ! change Incoi ; ' Nobody can qu tion ? tlmacy. ? ? n Preusser Now Broker. rvho killed llllea IfcDona .. a i ?ick.' I? i? not?" dy in Wall Street kno i. . . . Do* ? a asid ti ? ? pun ha and Balea I i and did rims far it bad through the i ??nk with draft about it. ? Mr. 81 ? i ? i ? h ' ' . for killing I - ' ? . thai ha wet Insane, h Ja before Bt t inager of ?h?? Ma -.d Grain Dealern' C >i In Jersey l 11 ?e?, aft police, who declared It a clearii ? shups. made a raid tt omer th ? his Wi THIEFBE?TS WIDOW ; SHOOTS AT PURSUER; Woman Seeks to Foil Burglar b Blow Bandit Caught After Pistol right. Van Brunt, a a idow, li r at N 50" !:. ? ?. hnd a t of her fan . ? ? . rrfflar . lid. Kaii h r n.-i ? ? ? - ?!"I.i S ''.'il! U| .':t, with her so - ighter, John ai ? ? tint, aha ? and a - that there waa 'burglar within when an ?'? Be .ihed at 1 er from :he hea ? talra and trii llSh th- front ?loo "Stand as'?!??, or 111 ?ill you!" Bald he ? little woman, ?* ? with all ? th I 11 . - h. where sh ' .- li'li'iiti.-elnus f,,,- | ring Misa Van Bruni r, the negro threatened to I If they Interf? red. B? liming I - '.? uck off acroaa lota fo Miss ; runt srrf.amei :i" lb? \ thief f,o / nelghboi \'.in Hi lints, and who was formerly ? deputy aherlff, made .? ? i.- ? ?- ?, foi .... : ? ba< ?? Mean? hile other i ; their 1 tin! their , to join In ' h ii' ndrickaon and Ma brother Will ? redet vialtli ; - '? . hur? ?pite hia a But! hin. 'rire i i attempt I mot with ? ?; li lb ndr!< 11. ndrickaon, who he..rd the ? -. ' .,lied the .Tam?lica pollo? wie? ?-HUI \\ hile t i? ?.:' ? ? . . ".n ii uoi. u r ,, trat nef ? doing here Um othVer. The enawer waa .? ihol the revolver which ? , ?? with pos TI ? back t" l: ?vi.i the hou? of I ?r T H ? i behind, when the au to? ed with policemen stopped In .... . ? I 11 17. ? T! ,il into tire liOUS", ?atrolmaa i : ? r Hi ., llood m hi ? ' ' ?Man? ? Qatca caught up ?".uii the lieeina negro as he tui n? ?! r T m po ?' the la ? ? r '? ' b i bloe sink braucht the burglar do? r.,? on th? pi i?"?!' i ?i?-, rib??d hlm !'.'?'|> re his ad ? i ha had c.e i,, hi i iton waa found a po? k.-t end puree eontalnlng $i Id iad l rise, lie I un <>n cha ! j UNEMPLOYED 'AR! MARCHES FOR FOO ?Grumbles at Walk to 341 | Street, but Finally Accept Invitation from Pastor. LSOCIALISTS FEED AND LODGE OTHER Jeweller's Show Window Pune ured in Revenue for Cartoon ?m I. W. W. Leaders. The arc ' grum n last night '1'' ? by ai ' - ? -, Invited the soldiers of : In- open. ' * k, st Park at? i ? would l ? 111 near Ml . Ilttl? army of tOfi , ,1?1 for by the ?'hutch of the Me ? Klghl re were f. list heat ? N?, 107 East 10th ? ???1 advance of the "army." The only .' ted j esterds to the i. W. W. was reported from ?Brot? i fountali ? N?. i;.".:: Broadway, report? ? tlon thai his window ems shol ? ? ntly being ?i which has been displayed In the winde ? ??i depicta Prank T11 In his arres? and othera of the I. W. \V. drinkln in a high claas restaur?t! ? ' ifl "The Worst i r< I ' reported to tie police that h . ht !'? s ms ??hum he heileres tob? i memo? i W. W. x I I him that If I I not remove from the window "there would be troubl in this Joint." .lust when the known. Th? f !t WS when he ?? phone rail > ? ?t.-rdav aft.:: him that bis window had i ? - of repres? organic? hool, N'c perf.T-t ing the organization of th? conference of New York w< ? der ?Berkmai Kelly, ( Theodor dividual mem N'otices have bt ?party "t a mass meeting an? demon I measures o relief for the unemployed f-' Union ' ? Mltchel hai ? will be 1 ?.'*':' ? ol orado " ??'.email an< ? ill be ehalr The ;:? Dr. George V Ol ton, pas pal < ,'hurch, .Mar:? Ight on the unemplo he -^ai?! s few so-called < '!? ? keep tl The ('hur?! ? study of I n, it is 01 ? ?lesir.'f t?? help hin ? ? tlnence for a h m.n, t?i dictate t.-rms nnd i-riv union .n ?i unit ' ira or no ?work." BLAMES PRISON METHODS Commissioner Davis Says They Tend to Foster Crime. M ? Renient : sioner of Correctkm, talked to rn? of the West Suie v , 'hrlstlan ? ?reform. Miss Davis predicted changi i . ?' treating men and women to na! Institutions and present syst u was ? The Commissioner depioreil the '.i ? thai conditions have hi been lude the possibility of re? forming thi that m my of t! ? sir criminal ?Ins! m ?cured, and that many of l ? led their ? penal h "Tl ' are more or : ? ito fores the city ? ? . i ? tul m mai BLUE LAW ON CAMERA MEN Those Who Took Photos Sun? day Ordered Into Court To-day. Tn' -ii- ?! ?? It thi ir u to summon t< ? serving scores of summonses on pfa ? ? ? il Ilarlcm, where -.?..?,? o ? ? n under Inspc-i t?,r Thom Th?? Barony Harlem studio i- ?? So 151 1 tl,:,' ,,f ' ? mi was ? ?... h plu. ? ??i Boden. i?, t. ' OUght A III, II? ?I ?II.-, I in.,,i WOUld .,i|.- t.. ,%-? ? svldan ? The sleuth ? i;,, i. , togrsphei cllck?sd his -hint... the i i to Lim. The ?summonses ate ??T tl ? ???? i.f the defendant : this mornl Ti?.- action of : ? -a iii be fought ? . i .i, of \. g -,,,, \x, Incoi (?rated, sen! oui to sll tii>- mes ' im' i pressnt nt ??? moating of ,' T? rr.ii'? Gsnl? n / NOT DOROTHY ARNOLD Los Angeles Claimant Identi? fied as Mentally Disordered. ' weh II.- The hallucl ' ? young woman, Emily Bplawn O'DeU, who w.ts but recently I on a had ehe.-k charire on ,i ef alleged Irrationality, were r?-.?-ronslh!e < of the missing Dor >ork. Her husband, l i Hell, to-day the Si tebl yesterday of beim- the missing daughter of the "fork merchant was the -1er. ir. He ?aid th?? young woman's maiden name was ' a family W illlam /.lefiler. a unily. I ?. ? She I I never 1 sea to .New York, but had become obaessed With the e waa I'orothv Ar I'nder the name "f Mabel De More she the New . ' rk police the ?-?-. and irmatlon abe adrnttteil the Identity which I dered fan? conferred on her i ?orothy Arnol terday no word directly from h:*? daugl ? ? ured, three years ago. Hundred- of letters from all ?n sent him, he said. iu!d ii"t n ' thin?; lc fr'iiu I.?,? ? This !.- In contradiction to the woman In Loe Angi - ahe baa written "her father," bef-glnre; him me to her. U. S. ALONE TO DEAL WITH CARRANZA Great Britain Joins Wilson in Rcfiisin?- Rebel Chiefs Re? quest to Powers. ? ! I Washington !" irch 1 Cai manda that European power? <i?-r?i direct? ly with him ?rhen they have pri ?? will be Ignored Washington ad? ?i ? ? British government, s Will sdopi .i I initiation of Prei d< nl '?'? all reaponaibUil I 'unis Is North? ern Mexico is emphai \ ' when he Is at.? .it he Will he ? 'it off mean? while th? :? I ? ? ? I Will ? . the tiens of ? territory control ".on. Pi estdei t Wile? with 1 ti tut loi or ? srry on a tended with him over of the Bather ?rill ha b ? obd irai Ini ??.hat I to be a " *he ? Monroe i ? . While relatloi f ?'?"? national admtU I re? sult of the attitude ?if the Texaa Kxecii ln aev? ral 'reaident W will aupport the action of the ? dring requ ? : tlve on Amerl an ? though it ot ins friends and other.- that he ?-..?s kll ? ? line. LUNCH CHECK. JAIL TICKET Man with Girl Guests Also Un? able to Pay His Fine. \ luncheon i ' ... ??a which Jam? a 1 inker with ? towi : ? t.i?.?? in the n ,e in ? ! '.urali. th? enteree early ? ft? -noon with t? o . Id 1 ter handed Darrah ti ? I The plrls all] of tl ere die? d. Tue waiter calle.l "Tom" roll*, - ? - ' a ? ? . ? pocket the loee until * l rhsrere, be recognized Darrah as the maker of several bad checks which !!< t_l*-*a '? SOU* -nlr pur He thei ?1 l ?arrab' in ?he men? court Darrah a '' ? reet, which c?a deb? " ? ; I that In Hartford. ? when i ha Ineti bankruptcy proo I '-irrah la ma dren He par! from EXPRESS WORKERS SAFE Will Be Taken Care of. Says Officer of U. S. Company. C. D. Martin, ; - hundred membera of I ? olutlon of the com ? ? The con I ncor ind the Hi the debts of the concern, i* itii the ?parcel post and I ? I? ft .\tr. Mart ; irned over to other oompaalee tillar with the ! St atea ' ? ou Id i?.? in demand aad that no ? Sllillli'1 lb? urged, however? th.?t the as?sela* Hon nial??? plans to ? membera One of them bas aroefced for ti"? i nlted st.?t'?s Express ''??tor alnee IM! Huerta Raises Army to 300.000 Mexico ? it?. M ireh li Another In? m the army la ennooneed. it ia stated liiat t!i?? regular eatabllehmenl is m pe ralead tro?, ? ? -?? tuen Including tiie irregular aervl? -. thla liv ? ?ti.i.?? figures ef the strength of |h.? arm? nie ,?,ii,.t WOUld _??.?? im. ni. ut Huerta 300,000men VELASCO OPENSW? ON TORREON REBE15 Begins Movement to Drk Them from Vicinity of City. FEDERALS PREDICT VICTORY IN BATTLE Unless Villa Acts QuickI Engagement May Occur Miles to North. at JBy ' 1 '" >'?<-'. Tex, Mar ? -vth ! army at T? has moved out In fores to nw*1 army of Th V* and their ou! -?** ?? at,-. ? I ?mL .4 Am.. ... ' ,hat **? nail m ?J? fr0m tilB ' ?rmv offl? n a smiW; ?iru . ' :-r.-*on'?,?' L'nutl ,.,. . ? . unahUtsi l learned vm . Iinpn - ' ?am u?, ? in), i ,, ??,. g,. ' Lng ? i .... . It IS ill.' '. la (lu, ipposM to !? t i!la m con Torn .m. RECRUITING ON U.S. BORDER Rifles Sent from American Sid. to 300 Federals. ? an?! aie a fores whicfc ? ?11 it ?tschm It : I rfporti a-e t arm??! ' ;.ll o WILSON'S POLICY PRAISED Peace Advocates Think Atti tude Toward Mexico Right. . J r ? - ? : dons ? ? t mc?u to that Mr. Clean * tion ol grnnS? tlon. Ho ? ' *-* tt>M ? ? " '? friendl sppi f-h Intent - ? ? BABY GIRl'kIDNAPPED Pennsylvania Engineer Want! Mother-in-Law Arrested. rhlladelpl thr.-" Kor.l. ?yhras i xm*_?? ' v York, '?? -? with th.. al ' th? hit!?' girl's ' ''ntTj Mrs. II traen th? ?bous? ? ? Ford . :..? A v? '"' ifgt \ Of Mr.? ? 1 I? that ? :"ra **?, the Kill ?" : ** h"n ,, ?srchlT-Mi ttt***!i nay, s "r of ? r im PbtlsfelptiU * j_ , r.l. tur?-- >'< I ,n.?, Hits essts-lj t?"' ? a trat?, shout m depart tot U,\*J?, M Biiieos from the authorttl?" 1P.t<fj delphls Mrs Janney, ? ?> ? hlt With .nt:. In? Ihr rhlld fro" n'r " ? .. w? t?klns im? -^ bar daught? M I ?he ?? ,li to be llMiif in Portia ai *??"?