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$8,000 OF PINE BUSH ' BANK LOOT FOUND &ew York State Police Arrest Two Suspects and Third Is Re ported Dead at Own Hands. X? tht Associated Press. MIDDLETOWN, N. Y., May 15.— Two suspects In the S13.000 Pine Bush Bank robbery remained at large today, but two were under arrest and a third dead by his own hand. State police said more than $8,000 Cf the loot had been recovered. Troopers with bloodhounds followed a laborious trail in the foothills of the Shawangunk Mountains near the New Jersey line in an effort to cap ture the remaining fugitives. As in the previous capture of Stew art Wallace, 56. the first suspect, a ■ !■■■■■■■■■ i gun battle marked the encounter be tween the troopers and two suspects Wednesday. Corpl. J. J. Koellsted and Trooper A. C. Deluse said one man, identified as John Mahoney, shot him self in the head to avoid arrest. He died later. The other, identified as John Stew art. 34, was brought to a hospital here. Hospital attendants said he had bullet wounds in both legs and a broken hip. In Albany MaJ. John* A*. Warner, superintendent of State police, said that $5,400 had been found on the two men apprehended yesterday. Nearly *3,000 was discovered in an abandoned automobile when Wallace was seized Monday night. Three Taken in Newark. NEWARK, N. J., May 15 CP).— Deputy Chief John Haller yesterday announced the arrest of three Newark men in connection with the hold-up of an Erie Railroad train April 17 at Nutley. Haller said two admitted supplying a stolen car and stolen license plates to the gang which robbed the Pine Bush National Bank at Pine Bush, N. Y, of $13,000 last Monday. REPORTS INTRIGUE OTTAWA, May 15 OP)_John Blackmore, leader of the social credit group in the Canadian House of Commons, threw that body into a furore yesterday by relaying anony mous charges that an intrigue exist? to place Canad under the control of Wall Street. He refused to accept responsibility for the statement or disclose the au thor. finally withdrawing It after a stormy 15 minutes. The incident was climaxed by Deputy Speaker Sander son ordering the statement expunged from the official records, an incident which has not happened in years. \\ WOODWARD & LOTHROP ^ to* l»*P AN* G Stiisst* P>°"« Ottwci *300 dr Special Selling t Compacts and Cigarette Cases At a Fraction of What Their Regular Prices Would Be An amazingly wide variety of shapes ond designs, including Tony Sarg's fa mous map design as sketched. The com pacts for loose powder, single or double. Finishes include 24-k gold electro-plate, oxidized metal for a silvery color, mot tled enamel and simulated snakeskin effects. Also some jeweled designs. Light and dark colors. For graduation, bridesmaids' and ushers' presents—for any event that means gift giving, and for yourself as well. j Novelty Jewelry, Aisles 5 and 7, First Floor. Guts, Aisle 14, First Floor. » t 4 When It Is Hot, Smart r Misses Are Cool in ' v Printed Chiffon »* i i From a just-arrived group of chiffon I jacket frocks in prints and plain colors we have sketched this lovely cool outfit for misses. Charming for its new design, its spanking clean pique collar, edged with Irish crochet, and the clump of white pique flowers at the neck. The perfect all-occasion dress for Summer long wear. Misses' sizes. ffl I *I395 Masts’ Dressbs, Thud Floos. X AiXX/XlX ^ lUil 1 l^UU. ____ Keds and WOODWARD & LOTHROP Kedettes 10th, 11th, F and G Streets flF _ Phone District 5300 I ... for boys and girls. Flexible * and cool. Illustrated: For boys: The Bike Ked of heavy canvas with pigskin trim. Sizes 12Vi to 6, $1.75; 61/2 to 9-$1.95 For girls: Kedette oxford, with , £ kiltie tongue and crepe sole. In oil-white or with blue or M m green trim. Sizes 3’/2 ' to 8-$1.50 Children’s f-oes, Fourth Floor. 4 % Cotton takes Juniors smartly into June $3 to $I395 Smart juniors who know the importance of cotton's three c's—coolness, color and com fort—will rejoice in our stellar cotton Crop, including: Printed pique, two-piece frock J with white Ascot_$3.95 Peach or green lace accented with darker ribbons and apple /C-i blossom nosegay_$10.95 ')/■() Junior Misses' Apparel, Fourth Floor. As to airy Underthings For smaller girls—Self-Help Combinations in cotton mesh solve the problem beautifully. With elastic guaranteed by ^ the manufacturers to last the life of the garment, if washed ! properly. With reinforced crotch, too, and | drawstring neck- / I line. Sizes 2 to 12_" l For elder sister—Carter creates vests and panties of flesh or/ white, lacy mesh. The panties with reinforced / crotch. Sizes up to / 16. Vests and pan- SAr / ties, each_ JUC /[ lit Linen and Pique Jj Hats brimful of Summer chic The youngest fashionables and their junior sisters—even the younger mother — will find cause for rejoicing of the smart versatility of the brims ^ —the gay diversity in color in our light-as-a-feather fabric hats. Illustrated: A junior's wide-brimmed linen in aqua, May wine, ^ light blue, navy and $V.95 maize- ■“ Others, $1.95 and $2.95 A little girl's up- g turned pique with tri- $1 color braided band 1 Others, $1 to $2.50 Girls’ and Junior Misses’ Millinery, Fourth Floor. t Dancing through a Teen Age Summer ... will trip such spirited frocks as the one sketched. In dotted organdie—with a jacket that almost takes wings, with its brisk sleeves and upstanding white frill. The frill is repeat ed, too, in the flower - accented neckline of the C*7 QS j dress_9/ Others in net, organdie, dimity. pique and linen. Sixes 12 to 16, SS.9S to 116.96 Tkh Ah Amaiil, Foctth PYoo«. A Boys' 3 Wash Suits Comfort is the theme of these sturdy outfits for a boy's Sum mer. The Wosh Suits ore of durably tailored broadcloth, linen, twill and seersucker, in popular short-sleeved style. $k65 to $4 The Shorts in a wide choice of cottons, including Kaynee's "Oliver Twist," illustrated, in n8.! $1*25 to $2.25 To top the shorts, a cotton polo shirt—from o group in stripes and solid colors—with the trim Talon-fastened or Gaucho * necklines. *«s_ 8 $1 to $1.50 roil, Fooith Flooi. r, Frocks • * ■ i Graduating with 'Teen Age Honors Certainly all the rest of the class—and their mothers, too, will approve the smart sim plicity of this self-striped ace tate frock. With tassels of the fabric—ond two sets of sleeves to vary its QK all-Summer chic._^*3* From a group in georgette, Shantung and silk and acetate crepes—some with jackets. Sixes 12 to 16. S3.9S to S7.95 Tm Asi Armn, Paean FLooa. ..