Bomb - Lafayette St. NY Evening World 6 Nov 1915 p1

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Bomb - Lafayette St. NY Evening World 6 Nov 1915 p1 - L OF ITALY IN PERIL AS BOMB Man Seeking to Kill...
L OF ITALY IN PERIL AS BOMB Man Seeking to Kill Count Fara Forni Drops Explosive at Sight of Guard. A man carrying a cylindrical package, from which curled a wisp of smoke, walked down Lafayctto Street toward tho door of tho big building at Lafayette and Spring Streots, In which li the Italian Con. aulate, a fow minutes before it o'clock to-day The sidewalk wai comparatively comparatively clear, for the Italian rcsorvtsts who ordinarily lounge about tho building had just been called In, ISO of them, to go beforo Consul General a. Fnra Fornl. In the door of, tho building stood Policeman Carnvcttc, Ho did not ace tho man, but the man raw him and stopped short, wheeled about, walked about sixty feet, laid tho packjgo down gently In tho street nbout two feot from tho curb and hurried away. A moment luter buildings were rocked by an explosion, which blow OUl every Window for naif a DIOCK Persons on the sidewalk woro knocked on their faces. Up from Police Headquarters camo a hundred or moro detectives and policemen, headed by snver.il deputy commissioners, Chief Inspector Schmlttbergcr, Inspectors Fnurot and Cray, Sergeant IJarnltz. of tho bomb squad, and Acting Captain Decvcy. Tho reserves of the Mulberry nnd Elizabeth street station soon arrived with the firemen from Truck No. 20. Police Commissioner Woods had passod tho spot threo minutes earlier In his automobile. Tho candy storo of Tomaso Soldo, tho glazier's shop of H. Meilnlck and tho prlvato bank of A. Alvino nnd Flglllo had beon wrecked. Tho police had to work hard for an hour to quiet the panic- trlcken tenement dwellers. Though there were stories circulating circulating everywhere about tho man with tho smoking bomb, only ono person, Mrs. Carmcla Nuzzlo of Sterling, N. J., who was sitting In tho window of nor mother's Hat on tho third floor, would acknowledge hovlnT seen him She said she saw only his back and would not know him again. The police are Inclined to believe tho bomb was Intcndod for Count Fara Fornl. Thcro have ' on man violent attempts on his Ilfo in the last eighteen months, Tho torco of the explosion blow out the paving blocks, in tho tiolo wan found a picco of waxed yellow pupei Uko that In which dynamlto stick (Continued on Second Page.) CON SHAKES BUILDINGS

Clipped from The Evening World06 Nov 1915, SatPage 1

The Evening World (New York, New York)06 Nov 1915, SatPage 1
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