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ni'l - .In - and Oie the. - Life. - have force in and died. The id to tlio .1. eti - m at remainder and of be SLAM TALK SHOT AT Police Captain Kelly Was Fellow Who Told Row dies to Subside. NEWS OF THE POLICE Frank Milllioiise and Niek Ault were jimt wiiidinu up Ault's birthdity eeleln - a - tion opposite 125 Kast l,eith street at 2 oViock litis nioiniii)r. They were having a noisy and profane eontub that distill bed the ni - ijrlitiorhoinl. Kinnlly n window nt No. l.'i was raised iitnl a iniin'H voire roli. - iKi'li - .l the roysterers tn jjet iT the street. Whut one of the fellows winl to the man is not printable und after a bit 'the man t - aine out. tin his breaat gleamed a six - point star of gold. lie emtio sturdily acrosa the street. "Now yon fellows break it np and go lionie.'' said the man with tlio star. We will like - ," aaiil oiw Of the. noisy buy". And the two started in to show the interloper where to buck in, The ensuing flght whs lively from the go. One of the fellows threw a briek and another shied on empty beer bottle. This looked like busineaa and the man with the star nit loose. The fuc. - s of Millhouse and Ault bore testimony in the city court this morning to what happened. The man with the star was t'aptain Richard Kelly, of the police '!' partment, who had been at home all day reaterdav "tlaing things lip" about his plara and he had gon to bed tired iinU the half - riot had apoiled Ina real. lis crumpled up Millhouse and Ault tni started with them for the patrol box nt the corner of Leith and t'allioun. Ault broke away and aaid he would get another brick, lie never came back and when the wagon arrived Mlllliome was carted to the station. He gave the name of his companion and the wagon made a senind trni and brought in Ault. In eourt thia morning t'aptain Kelly pleaded for leniency in Ault'a behalf because of the man'a recent liereuvemnt and the fact that his wife ia in a delicate condition. Judge Kerr gave both fellows a hot lacing ami let them go, not becauae they deserved it, but because of their intercessor and the state of affairs in Ault'a home. Caught iir a Room Raid. Two men who buil from I'aylie, Ohio, who honor this a

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  1. The Fort Wayne Sentinel,
  2. 21 Mar 1914, Sat,
  3. Page 2

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