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OFFICER PULLED FROM MILL RACE Nelson Sees Victim Fall n ; Stream and Jumps After . 'in Rescue Attempt. ,'- DECORAH, Dec. 26.—One man was drowned and an officer, who jumped after the drowned man to save' him, was rescued Saturday night in the Mill race, swollen from a thaw Saturday. L' Hugh Foley, 60, was tlie man who was drowned. He left the DeWitt barber shop about 10 o'clock Saturday Saturday night and was walking towards the Mill race. Alton Nelson speed cop, saw Foley slip and fai: into the water at the rear of the Ingrebritson building. " Nelaon jumped in after Foley but was soon caught in the swirling .waters. He found himself helpless but help arrived soon and Nelson was rescued. The body of Foley was taken ;from the water a short time later. •; Surviving Foley are his wife, a slaughter, Mrs. Walter Lick, and a granddaughter. * for a have and home Sioux Reaves, tis, tile; with their Brown. Berry, Intire; Miss Aloines; lharles Erdahl. Hausen from to spend •?im, a is also

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