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SIXTY-HKCOM YHAIt--,\(). HI. HEHRINJNEIIiriEDBYTHERESTflF C h i r a c " , l''"i. I I - - - O n e i h o i i s a n d l They came n a t i o n a l K u n r d - n i ' - n f r o m Chicago w a s d o i n g in-.- ( J i i i l n ' i r w » y to I l e r r l n . I I I . , aiid A d j u - l i o i i l i i a n - i v - n l ) " U ' "::''. i . V l o c k this hero, but « f t - r t i o i m . p l e t n m a r t i a l law h a s been taken. o r d e r * f o r ' » · · ' r d n p s . Hi" Ulind G e n e r a l .,,,.,, rere|vi-d last h e r e tills a f t e r n o o n with, I d l e r s , l i u - l u d l n g I n f a n t r y R e take- cliar«B...of all troops, and probably w i l l talui positive action 1 to ciulet the bitter hatred between drys U --l-'ourte'-ti aIH i w e t s , k l n n anI nntl-klan, H U M N a t i o n a l broke out F r i d a y . n lid on dozen g u n battlns, the death ot Con| s t a b l e Caesar Cngle, klan m i l i t a r y r u l e W»H e x t e n d - ] tho, critical w In f u n ' ry, to nn i - ' K l i i a n d ' I n - t l ; i - " ma' I ' i n - K ' l n r m u p a i i l e s , en- t r . r r i ' d r t l y t u ' i e r m i d n i g h t . :l t o M a r i o n a j t h Hi" a r r i v a l o r t"tl m o r . o v.T t '·]'· \ V ' - r ' K ' - n i l . T i n ' ' - ' - I ' u n i p a i i i " - ' . t w o i v . i l i - y . '.VT"- i|i!,'i'-r.i'ivi i t y . ; i i : d f m i r a r " h " I m p - a n a n i i ' - i l K i m r d .-··i- r i · r o i i i i i y J u l l wl- A ; i d ' - r » o i i ul' H i - r r l n . i i ' u v a ; ; n t i - k l a i r - m " i i J o h n s t o n f ' i t y e r n t i i p a t i - n f t h " m Id at . V l u r i i n , was s t a t i o n e d . e n - M a y o r A. a n d f o u r t e e n a i'" h e l d "n I n t l i - m u r d e r · i r;!» T r n ' t ' · l l i l l K I l e r r l n T h t i s i - t o t l -- \ v i i b t w o ' I a b o u t h i s w a i s t d K u K l u x K l a n s n - d - r - . S. ( . i l i r i i n I I " r r l n t o d a y , . m e n w i t h mar i n n e i l In f r o n t of · V o i i n i ! e s t a b l i s h mi , f \ ( a.-i i M m i i i i ; t h e J o b oil c h i e f l f - - r r i n , I ' l . I-'"! a u t o m a t l i v s t r a p ) " ' A i i i l s ' - y - r i i l l i u n i l r 1 in.-11 I l l l i l ' - r l i i . i ' o i i r : i : ( l o r n : ·}ai-'il T w o . - | . - r ; i k ' a n · b i n " i : u n " i v i - r " -".' b " · ! · · . ' l i . ' i ' l . w h i - i - . 0' pn Sh' n tli I n - - - . r i f f (;··..;·!:·· i ; . J I I I I K ' - ' i . n l - r . i ·-i i r ( ' n u l l - , w a . · l i a j " i i i " t i ' n f r i l l i p a n , a r r e s t e d f o r t l i c m i i r d o r h e l d a p r i s o n e r 111-- m i m e b u t ' d - ·d t o t u r n h i m s h e r i f f , C o r o n e r M a n y ,i,i v b- ha ·n and 111" seven Hi" i : l t y si-pnrute- s n i i i i ; e n i - l i o t h e r . ·r · I n a l l n i ; a b o u t T h t - y w.-re t a l k |i i and V O I I I I K The t r o o p s f-ara, but a U l e n n ' l e d o u t b y v t i : Hi.- l.i-u l i f t i y Ui"i'" be-n f t i l . - nf Hi'- r o a l l l » l n i - 3 I n "LIU!" "d " w n r l v lodiiy," but m l t i ' - r - t d i d n ' t work. Shr-rlff John L a y m a n , anftl-k^an r l t i e f . Threo men wero arrosted today in M a r l o n , t h e c o u n t y rants c h a r g i n g t h e m w i tho automobiles in w h i c h "Czar" Y o u n g wan spending from Marion H e r r l n a f t e r tho shootings n i g h t . They a r e : E r v son of the coroner who Is now acting s h e r i f f , Oscar Ward and Oramar H i l l . They were place.d In tho county Jail, w h i c h Is guarded by s t a t e troops. Y o u n g waa not hit In the volley on his autnmo-bilo, but Leonard Sterns, son of (lie c o u n t y klan clops, was grazed by a bullet. The mi-gust f u n e r a l tn c o u n t y In many years was hold Sunday a f t e r n o o n when tho Ciigle, who was a member of the Herrlu police force, was b u r i e d twc-en t h r e e and live t h o u s a a t t e n d e d t h e ceremony. A w r e a t h w i t h "K.K.K." letters was placed on tho casket, auc today In tho cemetery a red cross marks tho grave among victims o the H e r r l n riots, coal-mlno and o t h e r v i o l e n t deaths Klv«;n W i l l i a m s o n county the iliint of "bloody." CiiBle was shot down In the streets hero F r i d a y n i g h t , tho v deliberate assassination, according to Young, who swore out tho ' warrants and arrested G a l l i g a n , son and I l i e i r o t h e r f o l charge of c o m p l i c i t y In the Cagle's death was followed a few m l a u t o M l a t e r by tho John L u y m a n , Gulllgan's chief u t y s h e r i f f , at t h e door Hall," w h e r e a meeting of tho K n i g h t s of the F l a m i n g i t n t l - k l a n o r g a n i z a t i ( C o n t i n u e d on pago was two ed od papers tomorrow all

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  1. The Edwardsville Intelligencer,
  2. 11 Feb 1924, Mon,
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