GLASC0 TRIAL TO BE BRIEF. Prosecutor Places Much Emphasis on Girl's Testimony. , ' I : ' ' Special to The lodlanapolia JfrtraJ , ' MUNC1E. Ind,. March 10. According, to the prosecutor, the trial of John Glasco, the alleged wife murderer, which begins here next Monday, will be brief. Tha State is confident that with Ada Glasco, the defendant'a daughter, as a witness. It has "the goods on" Glasco and that It will be lmposslbla for anybody to make much of a defense' for him. Few witnesses, it is understood, have been summoned by the State. Glasco - will not give up without a fight and several witnesses have been called. , Evidence also has begun to accumulate against Clara, Gordon. Ada Glasco' s alleged kidnapper,, who once waa acquitted in Anderson of ' the kldnaoDlna charge, but who-now faces another similar one. Numerous witneesea will say they saw the child in Clara Gordon's cus-tody as Ada was being hurried away from the scene of the murder soon after the crime. - The trial . of the Gordon woman on the abduction charge will follow that of Glasco In Muncle. .