The Denison Herald (Denison, Tex.), No. 123, Ed. 1 Monday, December 19, 1921 Page: 3 of 12
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ION IN THE
. of poUco *n<1
| because of an*
* ■—iab warning nent
in view of
expected today In
of Wolfe LiruJen-
acre*tod In Warsaw In con-
nection with the 1)20 cataetnuhe.
The warning letter said thnt the
atocic exchange and everything in
a radius of five miles would be
blown up -by n bomb on December
19, but the authorities were in-
clined to treat it as the work of
a mentally deranged person.
(By the Associated Press)
Warsaw, Dec. It.—'Wolfe Linden-
fold allias William Linde, arrested
here at the instance of th<j American
secret service for alleged connection
with the Wall street homb explosion
of September, 1920,
smith who, according to Llndenfeld
manufactured the bomb and engineer-
ed the details of the explosion. Cos-
^grove declares that Unde»feld*s con-
jfesston corroborates his previous state-
ments that the plot was financed in
Moscow and that, the motive was to
kill J. p, Morgan, striking terror In
America and showing the world that
Wall street was not beyond defiance.
(At the time of the explosion Mr.
Morgan was lit England).
Foreod to Flea Poland
The police authorities are particular-
ly Interested in Lindenfleid’s Lussian
connections in 1906. They claim that
, has made three ft™ then In th« »«'
written statements to the police, one . democratlc partv °PPofdug Rus-
iMan rul^ but that he turned traitor
to the Poles, joining the Russian se-
cret service and working against the
Polish revolutionaries. These activi-
ties on his paH became so widespread
that eventually they were exposed and
he fled to America.
Llndenfeld'* statement regarding his
movements since March of this year,
now in the hands of the Polish point- 1
cal police. Is s«id to show that he has
been working atrnhrst the Poles again. |
this time In co-operation with the Rus-
“On behalf of Lindenfeld his friends say
he lived humbly with his fttther while ,
in this city and they discount the'*]
Polish accusation that he was involved
in espionage plot*. They assert that
jhe never displayed much general In-
| terest in their presence and that when
;not with hi* father here, he usually
>as with relatives at Lodz.
of which, in English covers his activi-
ties for the last sixteen years.
Sylvester Cosgrove, the operative
Wo're all nomadic; but for eotne of
us twenty-four hours on the train is
an ample corrective.
He Will Appreciate
AT BALI PRICES
l 6iw. a man the things he wants
jg Furnishings from the store
• there he has been accustomed to
igeHwff his purchases—and he will be
Bore than pleased with his Christmas
The (tore is a veritable Christmas bazaar
-ready to offer you the kind of service
that has made it an institution in this
All Haberdashery 25% Off
Off wl« Off
Society Brand, Bchlcss Bros, and
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Men’s and Boys’ Suits
Men’s Extra Worsted and Woolen
Trousers 25% Discount
.... .. . ...
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> ■ •
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Gowns and Teddies exquisitely hand embroidered
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Christmas Sale of Sweaters
A most practical gift is a warm Sweater; a gift sura to bring com-
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$10.95 Sweaters ......... $6.98
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Special lot Ladies' All Wool Sweaters, mostly in open
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on Sale at
THE ALWAYS BUSY ST0BE
LIVES IN DENISON
THROUGH THE HERA
Wynons, Okla . Dec. 14. 14.'
Kditor, Denison Herald:
Today I’v# read In The Herald th
mystery surrounding the death oi
Mies Louisa Carpenter, Sherman gin.
■I'm so sorry to Isarn of bar death, and
I fait that It waa Indeed ah Occident.
She probably knockod the gun to th#
floor of tho oar, causing It to discharge
th* bullet which entered her body.
Knowing Chariot Steal, through mf
brother, (they having worked togethef
tn a Denison garago), I can truly say
I boilers him to be dear of all blame,
and I do hope ho will soon prove him-
| Tho Donlaon Herald finds its way
iato our homo bore In Wyaona, Okla..
mm a dear friend and we may etiU live
ta Doaioon through Tho Herald.
Wishing Deniooa a merry Christmas
•nd a happy How Toar.
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