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tered. CONSUL OF ITALY IN PERIL AS BOM! ES (Continued from First Page.) tro wrapped, nnd a frngment of what seemed to bo an express order bearing In Ink the words: "E. L. Seavey, 3062 C Street, San Dlogo," and In pencil Prlnco George Hotel, 14 East Twenty-eighth Street," und "II. An- ono, C0C3." Francesco Francollnt, a eoventeon- year-old boy living on tho top floor of No. i22 Lafayotto Street, was held and questioned by tho police after thu explosion, because ho had n cut on hla band; ho was allowed to go when he proved he had hurt himself In using carpenters' tools In his bomo. In May, 1914, thore waa a llro In thu consulato which was clearly lncond-lary. lncond-lary. It was put out with trifling damage Juno It) following an un limited bomu was louna in tbo build Ing, Lulgt Gentile, a man who had cumnlnlncd In vain that a remittance fluiu liuiito lltluUaU u.o lAJUauiAln llU never arrived, waa arrested for fell ing Count from form with a black lack In thu Hnrlng Street subway eta tlon ucu la or mo samo year, mix days later a bomb exploded In tho basement of tho Consul's residence at No. 43 Fifth Avenuo, doing little dam age. Bombs, one of them with the rus ai Km. wero (ounu in mo con aulate building last November and January.