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 - NUMBER 101 advance everybody "Midway It it But...
NUMBER 101 advance everybody "Midway It it But .than yesterday, it out the per of Glenn Young Goaim- ~ies as Acting Hesrm Chief of Police MILITARY^ ' -'DETHROl organ!-V enroll! town refers) It Any social or- is Inqiaesi Over Death of Caesar Cagle Begins • • This Aft,erreoon A girl at Herrin lost hef life as an indirect result of armed , Herrin. Vi&ist Pengilly, 16,. was fstaily Vi/oundcd when a gun in the hands of Thomas Thornton . accidentally discharged. The girl was a domestic at the Thorn. Thorn. ton home. Every household is armed. (By Associated Press) HEREIN, III., Feli. 11"— The first of the 132nd Illinois Na- tional .Guard under of the coni- Poster 'is' listed. . tQ.(nt-i! land of-paajor General-MUtpn •. -;>-_ '-''Pci'SKi'stf 5f' GMca^o' 'aTrfved early this afternoon. General foreman, Adjutant General Black and Col. A. L. Culbertson went into conference. A. T. Pac§ ,' foreman, ef the coro- was placed under arrest the \ ner s - 11 "'" 5 " " y f ° rmer Chlrf ° f ^^ S ' G!eU!1 'Sun- pas- b" best mTG?3 J^f^ toB ! iii- Yortns. but. was later .released. C~ro- ner McGojvan .proceede'fl with the 41 51 G4 134 2? of the Ga'gie-. last Friday i Ix men makin? .Louis in anil held will the aunt, city. relative. of Caes- iight. up the jury •ire":'"' John Herrin. foreman, a bank- ^r;" A, ,T. Pnce. former mayor of 1-iei'rln "and auditor for the miners' union; J. C. Benson, bank cashier.; 1 6*. W. Lyerle. bank cashier; George TC.iys. carpenter, and Shell Kunsak- c-r. miner. Seven units of tho 138th from cen- j'trail. Illinois towns were :Mso ordc-reii trdn.yr.nd are expected to an-ive this nCteruoon. When thay arrive witli what troops thnre are r,cw in Williamson Williamson comity 1700 wil.i be in the county. TiTayor C. E. Anderson and seven "tlir.vs are charged with the murder "f Caesar Cagle. S. Glenn Young, lea-iing figure, took charge of the nolice Saturday. Sunday afternoon as guardsmen patrolled patrolled the streets the Cagle funeral was held. The First Baptist church waa packed to overflowing. Out of sympathy for him and being regard-, ed-as a martyr to the bullets of bootleggers bootleggers klansmen attended from all surrounding counties' ' Thirty coaches ot troops on the n vay to. Herrin passed through Car- "londalo .torlav.- TRY TO BLAST WAY TO ESCAPE (By Associated. Press) PITT-S3URG, Pa., Feb. 11—Two prisoners were..shot to death and a» number wounded more or less s'erl- cus=!y' after a flght and riot in which

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  1. The Daily Free Press,
  2. 11 Feb 1924, Mon,
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