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NEW YORK, November 12. (Received November 13, r.t 12.50 p.m.) Anarchists exploded a bomb outside the new courthouse in the Bronx d:strict, completely wrecking the facade of the buildings. Detectives found evidence that the object of the anarchists was to assassinate County Judge Gibbs, who recently sentenced numbers of White Slavers heavily.

The Judge -had previously received an anonymous letter warning him that lie would din as did King Humbert. Three girls were slightly injured by the explosion, and iho houses in tho neighborhood were damaged.

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ANARCHISTS’ DASTARD DEED, Issue 15649, 13 November 1914

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ANARCHISTS’ DASTARD DEED Issue 15649, 13 November 1914

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