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 - of City Hall on South Twelfth Street. PER WEEK...
of City Hall on South Twelfth Street. PER WEEK FIFTEEN CENTS ,<-'•••:.< V :,''-''. NEED ' ' ' , ••'. Investigation "Seat p' Confus- jck^Vyriter Irrevocably ^ ^—~-» — Peemon Twp. IliiiioJB, ». S. A; joJ trouble .sltboation '^ith Mr. rracLis i tab jx, PASSES THROUGH C'DALE TOD AY; J4UNITSTHERE , Sheriff Galligan Glenn Young's Own Prisoner In Base' nicnt of Town's City Hall; Mayor Anderson 1 and Others Transf erred From BIks,Club Cellar to County Jail. artists,. rour ^6r- lt^hit ; ii*Ve- ths United .should establish a; at Hcrrlh?Bunder o' Illinois. ths rrteans o'^ movement o' Mil- and from • th« and would not inter- schedules, in Egypt by to b!e another Washington. She wonders wi| be able to copl raism^perticier-——^*t the says..'*! M r - ^* u hftd .Crick dome there talkiii in Pepmony Jt hurts- most., pretty,quiet since Mert^ to J death :; on ni<pr'n two 'corn; has lie, fi€»er^i to as_'the r in- 'afore 1926V Flyih 'Sqiiadr^ni is aoh't stop | Ions don't stop -long v the ,'Glenn Youtig more ^ffectiye 4 and Aer^Meek say^as 16ng they're dry and -to prove it, its the ~thci other folks not! to l^pw> dry their parson minister added; at lilght eeririonett* that latter-day prcAchers jest as wet, and no wetterf than the con- a.swaller mprnin .wear. ,,'Buzzett J - has.-Already cartoon .ot our 'Sabbath 1 t)ay git-up. teet Slipped wh^in he j; a pjftale o 1 ^ater and : the, .Goat hiro goin "a't a lives nearly three gap. Mac. were fla't- t,s the and domfnic graty , along in ; Yoiir cor- °, ?™ n f!r f* r :; a^ren companies are stationed at ^ • where;ah armef guard:;.-;1a _ ^. thr*e Men Ari^fed By Haider Deputies For Alle«e,a Bhsnwacfcing of Automobile Carrying Young and. Kansmen From Marion To Herrin-^estless Herrm District Again Quiet Under Soldiers' Eye. BULLETIN (United*Press) .' : .HEREIN, ILL., February 11— Briga dier General; ; MiltSoreman, arriving here with ««" hundred.^,-,;., fifty-two state militiamen from Chicago this ^ tein ^ a = Sid Glenn Young, acting Chief of Police here, that , : . no<a of Caesar Young, a youth directly implicated Ora Thomas, the lead- §i?'%1amirig Circle," anti Klan organization, as on^ Ung f of a &e precipitated the riots that- broueht two regiments of troops here. j. ' v Jack Rowse, twenty-three, testified that he met acrowd , of men brandishing guns, walking down the street Fnda|^, night, as he 'was returning home from a basket pall game. . . Rowse stepped aside, then followed the me. to ^ Jefferson Hotel where they shouted, "There he is, and . surrounded a man. : . ;, . , tr,,,.,.;,, ; , The man, who was Cagle, a^cmber ortiie Henm, ; . ;! . polie force, reached under his arm pit as if for a levolvei, . ; the mob hit Cagle over the' head with a ,: he declared, and three men stepped forward with drawn revolvers and fired. Cagle was m- ; oi :the ; three men," Rowse said "One was>/| Ora Thomas. Another was one of 'the thre e Sheltoirbrothv. • g ers;;i cari point him out if you bring the three- brothers ; ,; ; ;, ' Just before the inquest started A. T. Pace, formeig Mayor of Herrin, was arrested on a state warrant cha^g-v ing complicity in the murder of Cagle, just as he was be,?^ ing.sworn in'as foreman of the Coroner s jury. The warrant was sworn out by Young. .^;- The'Coroner's jury under Coroner McGowan was ^ still Hearing evidence iri the Caesar Cagle murder at,, three o'clock Monday afternoon. : „ , .,, The iurv is composed of representative men otwiu, lianisio^ the First National Bank of Herrin, foreman, A. 1. * ace, former Mayor of'Herrin, Secretary; J. B. Ben^ ^. cashier; 0. W. Lyerla, bank cashier; George Kay, bai-,-,. pehter; Shell Hunsaker, miner. ; Mayor A.'C. Anderson ol ! Herrin and; seven other auti-Klansmeii are held • .1000; Militiamen Arrive, CHICAGO, ILL., -February 11- -One _n(J ^National Guardsmen from Chicago Are on j their, way to Herrin, 111.,! and.-• a'hoiftd 1 . arrive about twp- thlrty b^clock this afternoon, prder« forXthe troops of/ the One Hundred and Thii'ty-Second infantry to niove^ were received last night and the; soldiers, Deluding three machine giiri ' cbmpanies, entrained shortly after midnight. ; - the troop train of flfteh coaches arrived. in Carbondale shortly before noon enroute to Herrin. . 14 Companies On The Job. . HBIIRIN, ILL,, February 11—Fourteen conipahies of the}IUinoi8 National ^ari .ttfday -held*down, the lid ^on vol(Banic:Winiam r spn county. With; the -arrival ot ten more com- panieB over the week end,,;. troops .were 1 aent to Marlon and Johnston City where they 'were stationed; with- cmtbiitvbeing; placed=on patrol duty, V S^reb companies are, stationed at Mirion 'where; ah armef guard " on charges of compiicity ; 1n tne der of' Caesar Cagle. v '. ." Troop's are patrollng Herrin to prevent further disorders. Sheriff -George Glilligan,'; who called?,; the troops here following the slaying of Cagle and the shooting of Layman,- •':. was held Captive in the basement of _; the : . Herrin 'City, hall by S: Gleuo' : Young, - who ordered Galligan f s arrest. . and tlieh assumed the 'office of the'y-. Chief of Police. J, ; Anderson and the others held complicity:!^ the murder of were removed to the coount^ Sunday eveniiig from the basement the Herrin;. Elk's Home, where! have been under guard. / .;p| Alleged Bushwacken Jailed.l V MARION, ILL.; February 11- men, Irwin McGowau, Austin and Ralph "Scranibler 1 ^ Hill, wei rested today charged with .the f ing up of an automobile and in j one man on West Main street Fi

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  1. The Daily Independent,
  2. 11 Feb 1924, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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