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courts, especially when we remember scandal, as- several were undesirable moral n t on. t i n g as a reputable reputable c l i e n t in a n y boy with client Imm c l i e n t had testified committee. In Fall because what he have gone Into dare." scandals Dome, the $500,000,000 veterans board ad administration, was on Fres. resignations "and every In the floatins in Vanderlip truthl will* demand to find say some- answer. We "us con- integrity we all largest ever before treasury- approximately .passed measure as amendments by the at the last for service fiscal year bill was allotlng of the New mall thrown by,Representative Michigan was un-, House was funds In Troops Disarm Citizens; Continue Cagle Death Investigation. Herrin. III., Feb. 13--m--Quiet prevails In'Williamson county, as pursuant to the proclamation ot Major General Milton J. Foreman, In command of the state troops, citizens are calmly going about their business, singly and unarmed. Scope o f - t h e order against firearms has Included S. G. Touns,-. Ka Klux.'KIan dry raid le»der. who waa requested by Lleut.-Col. Nunan commanding troops In Marlon, "to at home.his two revolvers. STUD* WARRANTS. Meanwhile States Attorney ' Duty, Coroner William McCown. actlnc sheriff, and Sheriff George Galllgan have been studying-warrants under which Young's dry raids were made, and which the prosecutor believes were Improperly drawn. Duty is also Investigating war rants charging the murder of Caesar Cagle. under which Sheriff GaJllgan Mayor Anderson of -HRrrin, Hugh Willis, state miners' union official and others are being held in j a i l Marion. - % ' ASKS CITIZENS' AID. · An appeal to the Williamson coun ly citizens who have kept aloof ^dur in«; the raldlns and-Shooting "" ha been made by Genera! Foreman who spent yesterday with Adjutant-Gen eral Black end Col. Culbertson on a Inspection tour. General Foreman said that the of fleers had told the representatives o the citizens the root of the »roubl was the permitting of unauthorlze people to conduct raids and othe acts of law enforcement and.that factions had been causing'the dts turbances. The coroner's Jury Inquiring Into the death of Constable Cagle. examr Ined several witnesses yesterday and was Informed that the Cagle family desired that no more witnesses be called as-they did not wish, to divulge evidence before a trial. MINER TESTIFIES. Jack Roe, s miner, said he «aw Thomas and e, Shelton boy fire at Cagle. but Dr. J. T. Black, testified Thomas was at the hospital -with John Layman, deputy sherlfff. who wa , wounded before ' Cagle was Squadrons of soldiers' patr6lled the main roads last night. They stopped a number of automobiles starched for contraband guns, with Fall havo who In han e on .re al Attorney In a communication seriate and ammunition and liquor but reported no resttlts. -Others broke up-groups of loiterers and seveYal times searched suspicious looking persons for weapons. · " i ' Alderman Carl Nail, appointed mayor of Herrln by the city -council In plaoe of Mayor . Anderson, requested authorities. to arrest Otis Clark. Implicated In the mine riot two- years ago. Clark': was released after questioning by the military. DORR1S MOTOS CAR

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  1. The Decatur Daily Review,
  2. 13 Feb 1924, Wed,
  3. Page 1

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