Chicago Tribune from Chicago, Illinois on December 8, 1920 · 15
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011ei.0410 00 110011 en - , r7 - This Store Has Confidence in lioura of Businent untal Cars: 8:30 A.M. to 6:00 P. NI Phonograph Section Fifth Floor Store Hours Until Christmas, 8:30 to 6 - Choose Your , Chrjsjnas Chen-ey Early Is NOT so many days till Christmas, particularly if you - IT IS NOT so many days till Christmas, particularly if you plan on such a piesent as the Cheney. And where will you find a better gift? Pure music belongs naturally to Christmas. It breathes the very spirit of the season b in your home. The Cheney does more. It is an enduring and endearing token of thoughtful affection, for years it continues to play with ever-growing sweetnessa lasting reminder of the happy occasion when you first gave it. ' Just now we have a splendid selection of Cheney Instruments in period designs of exceptionally fine character. MARSHALL HELD 8 COMPANY TNCLUDED in this Special Selling are many of our finest Shoes in tan calfskin. black kid and patent leather. Every pair embodies the highest standards in materials, workmanship and style. They are quality Shoes in the best sense of the term and at the price quoted form one of the most striking values we have ever offered. THE remarkably lo'w price should warrant your pur chasing additional pairs for future use and acquaint you with the splendid wearing qualities of Shoes made to our exacting standaids. All sizes are represented. MIDIS OF RING KIDNAPED ON LOOP CORNER A strange story of having been kid-raped from a by corner in the loop m broad daylight. of having been (...,ed into a taxicab containing a oarred man and a. white woman, of bees drugged and robbed and then titrOrri Out of the machine miles from w bones, was told yesterday by Miss ga-herine Long of 112 South Seeley Long, who is the daughter of Its..1 Julia tong and a stenographer rat insurance company in the Postal p,tegraph Company building, was kid-aped Monday afternoons according to ter mother. She had just left her oft: and was On her way home when toticed a taxicab at the corner of ralnouth court and Van Buren streets. As sh. passed the cab a colored man Ed a white woman got out, grabbed hg by the arms, and forced her into the machine, which immediately dro;e1 sway. In the machine one of her captors raced a handkerchief saturated wall exaoreform over her nose and she lost eoneciousness.. When she woke up," Mrs. Long said her daughter told her, the machine us way out on the south side. The same couple were still with her and whet they saw that she was awake they asked her how wealthy her par. ems were. When she said that they were poor they rot bed her and made te get out. This was at Racine ayee wee and Eightieth street, and the poor r e, still partly under the effect of the elg, walked from there to her home. ellch she reachei about midnight. ,:: r 4----;-c.-- e,..;.-,,, ' -"..t'-i, A------t ' . o,',. 4 -,:, '' '.,.. .:7,:--; ,-'--.4'..-, A Bent 1-7 .I Ai ; ', 5, Bones ,.....,,,,, dahee Viers I bloWARNO.P0iP44.11 Bent by 1: gi Petnted ik ik; Shoes I Stop Punishing Your Feet IF you are suffering from corns, bunions, calluses, ingrowing nails, and weak arches, it's because you have disobeyed Nature's law by wearing shoes that crumple up your toes and twist the bones out of shape shoes that have no: recommendation except that they look smart. Educator Shoes "let the feet grow as they should." That's why they are comfortable. And, because they are scientifically correct 4 I In shaDe, they are good-looking, too. Beside s, they are much longer-wearing than wrong shoes. Core in and :1-ive us a few minutes of your time! Like many others, you'll be convinced. Don't delay, get your foot comfort now. 071 ItICE & HUTCHINS 11 E ,tob ;en , p E, "-Z: 12- z-- SS& oilLSEt sot THE FAX rat.wwuct it's by E-IL4hnlana 4Stamaoka7Ls and Dearborn Street". SHE---------------R I ROW OVER HOYNE I IFF PETERS copy OF RECORDS IS GUEST OF HIS , , , M BALL SCANDAL 1 STAFF AT BANQUET ' 1 , If the four score and more deputy Judge McDonald Now theriffs on Sheril Charles W. Peters' G. personal staff seem a little bit drowsy uards Originals. Loday and edtheir eyes seem a little bit Chief Justice Charles A. McDonald of weari- . the Criminal court yesterday took pos- If the wives of the aforesaid deputies notice their bus- session of the original records and band lack appe- statements in the baseball case scan- 40f,... s f,-- , tite, and their dis. dal. He took this step after he had -:,!,:,.: .:,,. . : p 0 s i t i 0 n s are been notified by former Assistant , , ;:,:, somewhat ruffled State's Attorney Hartley L. Replogle s.- t--i'll -,;t1F,:.1N; 1 i there's a reason. that George T. Terrey, tormer 0 n e hundred secre- 11 :- tary to Maclay Hoyne, had taken copies 4 :,)'--:::: , .',- -(1 vs., ,k N,, -, members of the 1 of the records. , ,..:,-....-.--:--A .:2;i; sheriff's staff for- s7. .: - .:.'f;-;'- got about Cook Last Friday Mr. Kenney, then sec- retary to Mr. Hoyne . who was states 7 i; countY's C r i in e attorney, ordered Mr. Replogle to give ,, c ..--- ': :.' '- wave last night 11..nt copies of all the statements and . ' . , a n d remembered telegrams in the baseball case. It is - -31 (01 ... . l' their chief was said Attorney Thomas Nash, who rep- .;;,,1-. '... ::' , celebrating t h e !resented Weaver, McMullin. and Pas- s ec o n d anniver.! berg. indicted members of the White A : I sary of his in- Sox. was nearby. Mr. Replogle re Tw - auguration i n t o fused to turn over copies of e records ; the - office. I n c i dent- at that time. Mr. Kenney coranauniSHERIST PETERS. ally, too, they may cated with Mr. Hoyne over the telehave recalled it was the thirty fourth anniversary of his inauguratlon as a member of the sheriffs force. They banquette(' their chief at the Morrison i 1 hotel. They to him in speeches num- t; . 4 .., is N. . . IS, I ,,s,-.:kN!,.q!7 berless that they appreciated the op31, .... ',,,N.4";,':,,Nc:, portunity of serving undee him. The banquet, 'tis aid, was a great succeso. '''..:-,''-'ck,;''''''',,:4,,,z.-.,7$k -.,.....,,,,,:,-.... . ..,.. It '-asted long, which explains why the l''',.k-, C.f.t-.",;,';,,', staff members may seem a bit drowsy - . s--'14',N-,.LZIk's,'''.:,,,''S.:4::,,..''s'Z: today. tk-p,t,-.-, Ls:,..,,-,..'hkz..,Nz:, C. W. Laubenhslmer was master of ceremonies and Deputy Sheriff Otto Gnewuch was chief deputy. If the four score and more deputy sheriffs on Sheriff Charles W. Peters' personal staff seem a little bit drowsy today and their eyes seem a little bit wearied . If the wives of the aforesaid deputies notice their husn 11"r'"' bads lack ape- 4 N 4-- tite, and their dis- ,,:i:... .- positions are :-';:. ; somewhat ruffled T '',4, drAN, 4 .4 there's a reason. q :- lg.::: :t--: .k1 0 n e hundred ".?4,, 'N - NI . i.''',;; members of the ,-.- ...,-.. ',..' , sheriff's staff for- , , s' - --:-' got about Cook N ' county's crime i ' 4.--- .- :-- wave last night ''''' .' & , a n d remembered HELD FOR BEATING CH litTIFEFIL George A. Kelly. MI 7 Prairie avenue. was brought back frova Youngstown Yeeterdag answer to a charge of afm,au'it and battery preferred by J. Height. Yellow Cab chaufPlar. cizt deelare.I Kelly asQaulteti bim N v I AMMEM $7 85 for - $15 silk shirts AGLE made them of some of the heaviest and best looking imported silk yarns ever seen. You couldn't buy a more luxurious or practical Xmas present. They're $15 shirts reduced $785 to - - - - uotkey Southwest corner ,theerfur ,-; refunded Jackson and State m,mrov ,,,,tirwwftrtMnr1"m""::r6,1:mi'"wi '.41thm.a141144-rilaii This is ae way Educators a r e always marked MIEP.INEMOn. tic, t , ,.;,f,,y...,,...,,,,..a: F---7 ,-,---":-,..-Z--,,, ," 'IF - - .e".......--,,,, t 17 ,.. I!' 1r .'' ;kif', 14-'!',..',, ,' 4' "---itt-g'", ' ;2.5---- ,. '''''',;'-',..: C'",f1---44CN 4 A',A. ''''''Z'". ,t1 ''',- ',--- :: ' c ZI. A ,,z ,,,,. x ',,..,.;,-.4.,4-.-- 1- .'-ts,'-'N''-e -I ,z....i. .,,,::ns.,-K..-17 Ao : '---;-,'--,-.!1; -:."1",44.).,,qt, 4 - ?',-.., . -2-,,, '-'40 60111..4.-zt--..)- - Dull Calf Lace Educator for Men -.. 1 Man'. 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"ghe statements of the different witnesses were all published in the newspaper at the time, and they were public property." 1,Awkr,s, Mr. Kenney said he obtained the copies of the statements at Mr. Hoyne's suggestion. and outside of that knows nothing about the case. He said he did not know Mr Nash was attorney for any of the men indicated. Hoyne Egplains. Mr. Hoyne last night said he secures copies of the records because he was in New York during part of the invesIMEMIE - - ,-, --, - -- ,..-:,.-- -, -,..--- A- 7,,..... 1 ''":-..----4.-,-. A ----,-',-----,--- ,- , -. ,-.---.-------- ...,--------'i. ' -----.--------z,z,..z.--' ----,-:--- at ,Nib A great variety of shadings and models in thii popular type of Overcoat. Made 14 silk lined, bellows pockets, slanting or verticle. Smooth or rough fabrics in colors of gray; blue, green, brown and rich mixtures. Knee 4 length, suitable fcr street or dress wear. (The Home of the OvercoatFourth Floor) that sold as high as $55 Included in this wonderful showing are the smartest fashions of the season. Single or double breasted models, one or two button coats, quarter, half or full linedmany with silk piped seams and silk sleeves. All sizes for men and young men. Included are 1,000 Blue Serge Suits, also English Tweeds, In. desctructible Cheviots, Cassimeres, fancy, and plain homespun weaves, unfinished worsteds and blue flannels. Wide choice of beautiful patterns. - 0 Young Men'sSecond. tigation and wanted to acquaint himself with what was done during his absence. President Dan Johnson of the American league conferred with Federal Judge Kenesaw M. Landis, head of the new baseball commission, in the judge's chambers yesterday. Judge Landis said that if any of the baseball scandal records bad been " tampered with or were missing"' be would start an investigation. "Million Dollar" Mail OW. 000 Or., Omar OOOM OWA 110660 Thieves Get Long Terms Des Moines. Ia.. Dec. 7.Fred Potiffnbarger and Orville Phil:ips of Council Eluffs. two of the participants in the big Midi robbery there recently. were sentenced to 111 and 13 years respectively. in prison at Leavenworth late yesterday by Judge Martin J. Wade of the United States district court. They pleaded guilty. Po ff e nbarger and Phillips were Indicted by the federal grand Jury charged with being the men who actually took the nine registered mall pouches from the car. ROB OIL FILLING STATION. Three youthful bandits. in a battered auto. mobile whicli carried no license number, robbed a Standard Oil filling statitm at Fourtef-nth street and Wabatli avenue yesterday etcrsoon. setting between 15 and 110. .,,,,s,,, NVN),,MkN, .'k,'Vrt''N.Nklt.:'CT.:Ntkl:7''''ttNNtirl,,, .-.14;kN:,Nk '''7'"0.''N'Z'All kk, . '.. ';', sS: ''' s 'N : '''. '''$'''SNN ZZ,''S . ''''', ., '''',Z ..S,Nr:: l';.k1 .:k,4,,,N 'N k.).) w,,. s-...:,)..c.,-.1,7ANN:. ,,,,,,,,t-,,...t,,,,,,i ,,,,-,x,,,--,,,,,, -71,,...N ,;..N.Ni.A7.k,,,,, ,,.,.,,,, ,..,:,:-,,,,,.,kNkt,',,a,Nzz",,,,,!Al.., N - ; :''' kNN''y - iNkI''''''?: .- i': ''N'''', rtts-'''',..k.C.'''''SiN,.'''.:;''' 'C'-',7:::7A.Nr'S ks,N "I'''' s v N',V.--,p,,''',t.:1, .S.&:v.,'L ,,,,,,',.,0,,,,,x;..:' 7,07!.:;', ;:,'',.kk ,N.,.....,-NN,:, N., . N.N ,, ' ., N,. ., V.,, Au,. I. s , Men'sThird Floor 11 D D s 0 C 144 g IldP2,111,tom ons State and Jacksonon the N. E. Corner DECE3IBER 8 i 1920. .1..- 15 i , i I a t t - , , tP 1 I t t" Ft t r . ' -- V ---z-z- , , z - 4 tr - ',- .,..-:, ,s-v in period designs ot exceptionally hne character. ,-------;.;,-,.. I f !---z,,--,4 I ) Phonograph Section Fifth Floor ,. I or Aave never seen such value s ..-. Calf - ". smart w :''. ,---,e,v-4--:,, , --(5-111,4--- '---- t-A.cN ,-,- i.,e4i4- iik A . winter i ,...., , ANI 1 ,.. , ri - - 7, iAr - ivIARSEIALL FIELD & coMPANY . .. - ,...- 14,, - 0.,,, . 1,....:,..- 1,---:Te -;-' C '''''1- i.,!. 5 ' . . . ,. . . , , . , . , Du . ll , $ c t: I - Christmas, o , - 4 ,i'; Store Hours Until Chit 8:30 t 6 .11. - Lace ier .-7-",1).4''': Educator for atE. 0 -f-.- , ,,, ..- , . MARSHALL FIELD & COMPANY Men . . - I 1 , or, Dearboorn Street A great variety of shadings and models in this' popular Announcing An Extraordinary -tment, Secnd Floor type of Overcoat. Made 14 silk lined, bellows pockets, - Seilin cf of t To-morrow. - at, .- slanting or verticle. Smooth or roughfabrics in colors - Ax A of gray; blue, green, brown and rich mixtures. Knee 1 . i 4 length, suitable fcr street or dress wear. Women s . , , Porn Street". , (The Home of the OvercoatFourth Floor) - . , , , High-Grade Shoes t,,,,,,,!, ,. ,,t,,,,,,,,., .,,Tht, 0 , , , . .., .., , . rii,.vil,,,,fitr- ff- 1 1-A ; . i40 !!!vol ; ill 4 4 'PI 11 IL : 1 lqp4 ri, 1 1 1 - 1 1 ej. , '''' ' 1 ' Specially educed 1 I .Fii- ! ihkit, -- 1 ,,i1 i 2. i - I , I , rN r ,I i TrfrA.---- , ---:-- 1 (re r to ! 0 Of : ,".. AI al' 1 $ 8.5u Pair 1 LF:- .- F- that sold as -- I P.-,--111 - 11' . WIES 1 I 1 high $ 55 .., 7.-----r.,:::-.2 ,,0 1 ), nigh as Q - . . ,,,--:i;.1 ) -.-LL::, High-Topped, French or Cuban Heel ., - . E-7 I Fe,: 1 t-11--- 1 Included in this wonderful showing are the smartest fashions I IL-MIL i 1 of the season. Single or double breasted models, one or two button coats, quarter, half or full linedmany with silk piped TNCLUDED in this Special Selling are many of our finest ..,, --i-; seams and silk sleeves. All sizes for men and young men. Shoes in tan calfskin. black kid and patent leather. Every ----7.-- . t Included are 1,000 Blue Serge Suits, also English Tweeds, In. 0 pair embodies the highest standards in materials, workmandesctructible Cheviots, Cassimeres, fancy, and plain homespun ship and style. They are quality Shoes in the best sense 2- ; weaves, unfinished worsteds and blue flannels. Wide choice of -7-,.. ! of the term and at the price quoted form one of the most a I beautiful patterns. strikini values we have ever offered. . F-7..1 Young Men'sSecond. Men'sThird Floor t 1-----, E--- t ' 11 , - , 2 I . , HE remarkably low price should warrant your pur- . MI ie z...--.. N, s crigSi,,,,., ELD, ,,,. ty j . - -I- chasing additional pairs for future use and acquaint 11 ilaton, D , , you with the splendid wearing qualities of Shoes made to - If o -1- c- t,,, cm. g . S arils our exacting standaids. All sizes are represented D th ch I 1 d i em C.k. F-1- - dile 1 . --- 4 . 1 c. m..,11 ,.., . , sCicag a - Fourth floor, Slate. rter Min': innezpolb State and Jacksonon the N. E. Corner zs o i-----: ate St- Paul E - i 1 ,-Z a . : ,Y7' :711-77-m-,,-,,,,............,1;.;;, t, --- ..N . a t , ' ' , t ... IRI TELI . 11 1 BEING kkii, 011 Lool 1 , . A strange story rsped from a bus pi broad daYLgh' t-,ed into a ta: ..-- cy,,ored man and beng drugge4 an tr.rorri out of the w home, was tol gv.herine Long c venue. yJssi Long, who Itrs. .1u11.a Long r. at insuTance cc egraph Compar wed Monday aft ter mother. She drs and was On 1 iie soticed a taxi, , mnouth court an AS sbe passed tiInd a white worn . bg by the arms, the machine, whi,-: - sway. In the machine ' raced a bandkerc eMorclorm over b tonsciousness.. When she woki ter daughter told via way out on I same couple werq when they Fa W t they asked her hi ents were. Whey were poor they n tir get Out. Thii. . ime and Eightieth , tr-e-, Ett-'I partly ni e;g, walked fron irch she reachel ii. . ....--------- , 7! .... .- 1 .. :- ; J 6Z.'-''''44' I ,,. f Ai - ". :V-,. --41-1v:7:!! , Stop I TF you are t I bunions, nails, and w cause you h Nature's law that crumple twist the bo 1 shoes that h. tion except t Educator f. grow as they t they are co! I cause they art IIn shaDe, thi too. Besi4 longer-wearir Corne in minutes of 374 others, you'll delay, get yc ra AN F LS:1 la . L.1 Mai' LI k-riZi c p. rt 4 d .W7 Me lk.11 Werner .77 Tc e I Fin -1- -- . t.- Gift Cai I. "- ..--, tiscfu ss E--. E 4 . I 1-- 7.-- ---fi K.- for ,-t:. 7.-, $ E - . F,--- 1 ( ' I E ASC 1 g -: g---- and be va i silk -, 1. . g couldn - t . tirintiq ur Feet o , ;,,,,,,4 ,----.7 ,p,,,'!' 4 ti--1;-?e! 11(,171 -'f', , z'::,, .,,:l' ,,,,,,, l ,,-, ,- ,--., Az- - "-- - -,- --,...,--......,, , i , ,...49..t4 --,....-;:a, :,,,,i, - - !11:....,.1 '--,-. ',4 I:-.,---......Z4' tr,,,,--- '--,, ;'-'4", , s ,,-...'7,:,,,,,,,....., --13 . ZVP -------,z: ' ..,X tc ,-...-.,,--..., ? ,s..-z.E. ;:,---.r:,,, - (--z1.- t t ' , . a ' , ILLLS OF 6litRIFF nlmEEEEEMNEd CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE: WEDNESDAY, DECE1IBER 8 190 - .)k- 15 I , OEIIIMIEEMMEmIEEMnnmOmnnmahmmmm....,,oe... ,.. ... 1 1 DI -'. PETERS RI 'ROW OVER HOYNE , . phone, and the latter ordered copies tigation and wanted to acquaint him- made and sent to him. - self with what was done during his 4 . ........... Haws of Busineet untal Carisonas: 8;30 A.M. to 6:00 P.14. ,- o, ,COPY OF RECORDS 3IcDonald Guards Records. absence. . . . t r . . t 8EING KIDNApED IS GUEST OF HIS , Mr. Kenney states he turned the , President Dan Johnson of the Amer-. II 0 IN BALL SCANDAL ores over to Miss Louise Busch, pri. loan league conferred with - Federal . 'a 1 a 1 I Judge Kenesaw M. Landis, head of the vate stenographer to Mr. Hoyne, at his STAFF AT BANQuEr .... home, where he is contned by illness. I new baseball commission, in the This Store Has Confidence in t.4 t 3 judge's chambers yesterday- Judge - i I , Judge McDonald Now Judge McDonald, after hearing of 1 ' the matter, arranged every precaution Landis said that If any of the baseball I0 a Is 0 a p coRNER If the four score and mo-re deputy scandal records had been " tampered sheriffs on Sheriff Charles 'W. Peters' Copies of Guards Originals to see that the records are intact op the records would merely " ' ,-- , personal staff seem a little bit drowsy with or were missing he would start an investigation. 1 I trel t; 4 , - , wtoedar.aY and thei " provide the defendants with accurate .3 , A strange stOrY of having been kid r eyes seem a little bit - Chief Justice arles A. McDonald of knowledge of the evidence against . ., r led Ch "Million Dollar" Mail . T - ' , '' TfilLa. . ' c f ' I E ''''''-ai---,.. E : .:-- 3. A vi., from a by corner in the loop If the wives of the aforesaid deputies the Criminal court yesterday took pos. them. session of the original records and I Attorney Nash denied seeking or notice their hus- 4- broad daylight. of having been bands lack appe- statements in the baseball e scan- 1 having in his possession any of the roe- Thieves Get Long Terms Ell ' ! rored into a taxicab containing a 44--'' ds. He pointed out that he did not Des Moines. Ia., Dec. 7.Fred Pon 11 -.1 ot - I , , ;11' it.., el''''. -: ip';').;''(017, fTri7-7 t 4 iT37,777:757;;77,-7:7-77:717,. , ;'," . .- , tite, and their die. dal. He took this step after he had or t -- ,,red man and a. white woman, of -, -: - : see Mr. Kenney Friday. barger and Orville Phr.lips of Council ' -1ot-,- , .c4 It ,it ttii,i t,1:. 1, -,I.,,, 0 or .1 ,,, II .1 , -,1 .,, 4. ,: , i ,i- -.;,.- jor...--..... : 1 t 1 i 1 t ,. positions are been notified by former Assistant 'ney Hartley L. Replogle I ' 'al ' '41 W4 v I't. i I ( -1.7, t: I i . ' tO 1 4 L 1 1 '; ' ' , -4 ; -. ik,t, edti. 1 , ;, r ' kr- , ..... .;....sec,:., i , k bens drugged and robbed and then " The state has nothing in its pos. Eluffa two of the participants in the i ,-,,ka,,,,, '40'4 !,),,,,; ..,!iatfc';' t , a ,,i, I, ,I..!,:, -t. , ,, ,-,- somewhat ruffled State s Attor t , titrOrn out of the machine miles from session that I would want" he said. big mail robbery there recently. were w1417..,.. ,,.-t15'.1A, 4 ,,,---,, , i ,i, there's a reason. that George T. Terrey, tormer secre- -- -, ''' ,-..v Hei-1,--..- .-.11, b a. , -11 tary to Maclay Hoyne, had taken copies .1 ,z:.;n7,,,;!4'Xvii,1)1N, t , 1.4-.:f- !1-, 9 -I 1; T., ,.... L t l-f i,. Ili. ' . . t,. N ;-,I .1. ' o,?!..-'4 I.' ---''... ''-,if r 1 , 1 1 1,- 'he statements of the different wit- sentenced to la and 13 years respect- ,t I:in, , N. ,,.', ,.1 , ,:,,,,-,: 43, i, .1 i .-t N 1, - 1 ..,.-----rt ,, 's:, i a 1 w home, was told yssterday by M133 , ,:-:: : ',..::',-: - -.k 1 On e hundred ta. --a 't li t ' t. b. t - g.g.herine Long of 112 South Seeley k-', , -,...- :;:: ,, '' .1 --:::. members of the of the records. - , nesses were all published in the news- ively. in prison at Leavenworth late 1 1.....1..A ,v.,,N, ,tt $',,k.s.N s I . , 1, "ic.1.-, t; ,ki ,,..-4,..,,t- i ,t ..,s--,:k.......,-I I:1, v:, , , ,,e, ,4 m,-.0,,,o,,,,. 'iv...0, I . 1, . , I, -, a ,,,t.,,1 ,ar-,ii-r,1! jt, i .1.,,-. ,. . - a -r- a 1 k, - -, 4 .. o , . paper at the time, and they were public yesterday by Judge Martin J. Wade of ',' .--'. --,- t - -"I' ,,, -,.. -4 1 ; ikt, .), i-- svozil, -- 'k -. . sheriff's staff toe- Last Friday Mr. Kenney, then retary to Mr. Hoyne who was state's the United States district court. They 1 ..,..:-,1 at Alk- N s A 17. '4 ' ,'.'s t 1 ' i ' , ,,,, 01 't o'S '' ' , S..r.:1 i ' 'is, ',-1). 4 - Is i 1;;; .,24, , .,, 1 ' it, , ," ''' '0,".1 V!..21.1.4 ''''''All-Ps4.1.1 .) iiti I . who is the daughter 1:451 Long g r of .... ,-;: got about Cook -. ,I: ittNI-41!,,f?,1:0W-z ve(,:I,,, 'iiel ! 1! ,:t, - ' I i -1:15:z:0e:-Sti -It 1;9 71 Vi 5,,,kwIs4.tio. , 121 i ti 111 - ?- Its Julia Long and a stenographer I : -..: .,--:: ,--,,,,,,,-. ... i v.. Attornov rw,q,.,-A . f -tt, , Mr. Kenney said he obtained the pleaded guilty. Poffenbarger and property." -IflLF Ilik111111 a 110 1 t part of the inves and iiilli ,:).,,,Ifit,si....:,,,.z.m,.."..11,, .,..,,,.....,4,,..i,-,....,i...iili e ii I i Ir,e.,:--irti.1.211, ! 4.,6 , I Nt il-;;I'--,1;:41,,, I, ,1 t I I .!7!:I; t Plt.r01,,"'.4-,,...z -,..,4,.. 4 , lc 111 t4,1i,L, f 1 iv..- 1,-.7 ; 1, --At-t.--0-:2- - ----Il I ' Teerapa -v.,,p.,,, -...,-,-1A6, As 45 Ilia- t , I , . a n d remembered I telegrams in the bas n,,,,. Tt I, suggestion. and outside or that knows grand jury charged with being the men , , I eball c-- - nothing about the case He said he who actually took he nin e registered ed Monday afternoon. according to .-,-ze est , 1,, t their chief was , said Attorney Thomas Nash. who rep- - as, did not know Mr Nash was attor- mall pouches from the car. 1! 1 .11 t T.' Y.2,,,t- "):N .7 ,-'s..,s'4.'-...-;-;:,..i,!-:-r1:1, r. II. 1 1 tl.,,,..iii-i-1 . .....-- --erl ' , 'It 6 ., I 0 r , i bec mother. She had just left her of- '';-1-., '4....:. .,."', , celebrating t h 0 I resented Weaver. McMullin. and Ris- ', ; 1 ti-,2;',05.' -A.... be -. 0 s -' -( 741 : i r ; , . -,-.-.1,1; l'Ner-Th,-17,17-7:7171 '' ' ; ' rieN for any of the men indicated. FILLIG TATIO tze and was on her way home when 1 vit. ,..- s ec on d anhiver-1 berg. indicted members of the White - -. ROB OIL N SN. . , ' , f,f tt -!'-elt!..: -,-... -- 1-Y-A --,:i',1 .tt:',.'---', - -0 ' ! 4 I I 1 .:..-;-.411.1. IV- ' - ; l'e,Irt 1 . i,, , , .0...,e404..1 .,..,-"......,:k.... AN ,..411. -At it, , t.,4 , I E,,i,f1,,0,,i1 r,, 1 sauced a taxicab at the corner of ; ::-.A au ; .- sari,- of his an Sox, was nearby. - Mr. Replogle re- Iloyne Egplains. Three youthful band.ta. us a battered auto. . ' v.', - . ij., -,..-r,f,-':,"4"7,14we'l "a, '1J-,,,,',,-';'N'e 4 ! 1 I ' f IT i-', r vil 11,,,t ,t;', I 1. ll, 1121f.:: : l'I 11 , t-1', ; ik 1 , .- ,' ,' ' ' t';'1bi''-::''''''''-1S'.4tii ..)''''''''";.;-l''''Cf.ek."'''''' ;t li ri 4 I I 1 . ci 1111,1i ) ...1 I 1 I t '41I II i ,IS f'-it I nth court and Van Buren streets. Ir.. g-uration i n t o fused to turn over copies of the records Mr. Hoyne last night said he secures '! ; , i.:-' ,r".. N. It --' 1 tt, ' 110 4., , a. .4. ..,.,. ,,,k- --,!,1 t r robbed a Sts,lard Oil filling station at Four- As sbe passed the cab a colored man mobile whien carried no license number, - office. I n c i dent- at that time. Mr. Kenney communt- copies of the reoords because he was ,th .tre,t and Wabatb avenue yesterday :: ; j,;:is".,Nri-1,-:t14,,,V --',..1i2-'14.1- 1'4. '.1. 1 II YAI. ' i' ?..tyl I ' i' t f 1 --, -t-, ' ,111 tl , - .- ,,,,, ., i - , ---i, i , 0,1 a white woman got out grabbed SEVELI.TP PETERS, ally, too, they may cated with Mr. Hoyne over the tele- in sew York during- - afternoon, rettior bewelmri and - i .1 11!--t.,;1',74t-e- ":- : ' .t.,k4,i'l .ii' .' i INIS,N 4' it't ,I A ,1,,iA 1, 1! : 4-1l' , . 7, I V, , , I 4- ' I 4 i I t4Cil i:' ', 41 ! T.::1 ti - r ,li t ' f' 11 If t ' Lt 1 t 4,,,, bv by the arms. and forced her into have recalled It was the thirty fourth a ---- --------- !:, i 'Ii.ti:-..'0,1 )17:1', ;,A-----vA.-- ,,Alt(ITN.,' . Tit -, r,,,4 , i ,,I,.....,04, ' iri, .1., ....,...., tse machine, which Immediately droVe anniversary of his inauguration as a bilti ,.'' ''. I p 1.6 1.44t..4., ' ; to . - ' . '1; ', 1, rnt am m , ot. I' '-'------L - --'..--- - -' 0' 1- I"' L7-7.N1, I (i 1'1'4647 , , i 1 It , ', I. 10. '''116 , ,' It ,, ,11.:. ,,,,..: away. member of the sheriffs force. They ., ' ; ' I 't ' , ..', , ;;;;; ,... --,T 4.4 : ,,,, '44'17,4 Iti t; r tli I 'I 't,t41 ,,,,,! , , , , I the machine one of her captors banquette(' their chief at the 1lorrison i 1 - - . ; . i it , i II f, .J I . I. ...--- (Th ,, , t ,',',.. lilt' i , ,,,tdtj' ,,, t , I ., i I 4 31 , tir.sal......113,1;, , .11,,. .-;, i,:-. ','-1.,,, A-- ;' II', it) .,f,k7,',1, '.1.,,.1",', 'i to, d a handkerchief saturated with hotel. They told him In speeches num- '17.N,,N. nlk.,7."t'ZkN,k;,,,l'',.11.'C'T,',,Wtt,Nktitl,,:n.14A7k:7.0.,-At,7, li II t'41L't - I .i sit ifQ' l' t..;t: - ' N.' -.4S'ir:,".A4 i--4 ,,,,irs--.,s7,-,-,1 -;04.,0 i, form over her nose and she lost berless that they appreciated the op- , '''',. ,,, 'N 'N-- X .u. ,..;',-,,--..'s,-,,:,,-,....'s,,,,:,-,,,z.'):".,,,ks,..,,k,;;'N' ,,,,,.. ..,:r.s , ,,,,,k,k, 0 i , 4 V,,t , ' k' ;.---' "'S ,-t.;-',.o..,.-k '- ., t .' 1 o ; . "4... - ,,,,,,,,,.,.. .,,,,t , 1 4- IF . ,, 11,' '..-.'7,,.-cs.2:,,N.,,,,:.,,,,,,,,,',,,,:....-,,,,.p., ..,,,,,,,4, ',,,, -:,'N ,,,,, ,... ,,;,,,,,Nsr,,' -,.7. N, V. ' i.' S . i--,,,--A..-,-.a,e-V.- V''''7,0, i! .1:1 k'-,-.. ;444'''1144111a N ''l -.14 4:5:4'""1'4,4344 1 A'rti ;7' ' '''' :4-6-- - ''' ' :t: itt' tonscionsness.. porturilty of serving undee him. The -,,,,,--o,.."'-'sk,-A,,,.'Sok,-,.,,'.'N'vk,"7-S,-a,, !,:,,,,i's '''',.'",N,.'''.,,,,'N's z...,;Wsik T-..:"''.!-,. ,,,'NX4, Tok,,, . - T 'tl k,,,,,......s.,..-4, -,..zN.,-;., ,, .-",,,--:,..0.?,N, ,s,,,, ,,,,K.N.' ,,,, ,, '...- s.,,,,..,- - .''!,z2r,,,-s, -,,,-,',;,'-,;,,,N,,,'S 1 ; l ,,(r ', ' All- , ;,,,' 4.6...:','''' I if ''' ,...t,.1,.:11,,E... "tot; ......,-..;:.... ,,,, 1,4 When she woke up," Mrs Long said banquet, 'Us aid, 7A-3-S a great success-. k'4":'k."7,---s.,-, ;V'',...,,'N'''',' ..,146,0-''' - z,',N0' '''. ''., cN!,.., ...s.Vt',, us kir daught ut er told her, " the machine It :asted long, which explains why the , , -, - ,,.. ,' ,, -,-, ..,,,, ,,,... ,N., ,,,,!,, ....,,,s,,N,-,, ,..e ., .. , , ; 71 It i ,,,,41'"Nkt,,,,,.NN.....'"1-1,:1,40,,,,k,1.72.,'2,,,,,:::,.,'"'Ne..,,,--N,,,s,..',,N.,.'t.,,,,,,,..'''':':""ik,,,t.,,,,),,,S.N...L..,,,,'', ..,,,zz'N,..;;; .,,,,,,,,..1.,,,,,...:,,, ''..N,,,,,.:' .,..,,'. , .7''''''': 7.',-,,,.'s74 :,, .. , '''',.k44)'1,14,:s It.,ttl. ' , N. ,,,,.,'" N.N,',.;',.., ''''t,,X... 't ,,, ,.. ." .,101' Alt.s- '''''s 4if 115.41 N. ''',!.:',...;' ,40. ,'''' ,, ' ' a I Way O on the south side. The staff members may seem a bit drowsy . ; .-,- 'N.,,t,,,.N7-..,-ItZ-Ns,t,-'"'s,'')O-AN''-'4 - Otto :,11,,l,;, It it!.'il1,:t3".14.961-...k tey .1ferTy;PIP.e -,.., , er,01.:1,:-;.;:rirtity,.:.1-11; f, couple were still with her and today. , , c.....,,,...-:."-c..;..c!,,,,.. .,Nk7,.. .."s,;' --,-,..-- N. . ,,,,,,,k;NN,,,z,,, i!'' '1' ?11''''''''' 1 5-.'"e',1,0:c1"1?-,-I' ''''''.--:,,,-t'i--:-:-:4)4;' 11H Iri,,,,'W';''Y-t111:4 ".''''''",... 4'.:':',;:',7'..:-.4.I'''';;;:it..7, t" ' ! l' 3 when they saw that she was awake C. W. Laubenhetmer was master of t.,,,,,,,14,2;,,,,:N,,.....1 47,,'2,t4'",,,...,, ,..,$,,,.. oPii 1,'.2,....x..ii,&,4410:0,--Ns.''''',,,,!,',,X,1-'' N i".st i i.'...,..',Z' . :,.it,.7't ' 1' ' Ill ' h asked her how 'wealthy her par- ceremon ie s and Dep ut Sher ff - .--,k-;.!.:: --;',,,Q'z-.',t,zsz,';k4-4.,'.--.cs,,,,,N4-,, 4 ix,:-0,,,,-;1:,----;',:---2,,--' , N :kt,!-4,&4 .!,.,,,,,..:,..,-, -- ,,-.,,, ,N....,,, , -4. I. , ,---.5, ',1n a. N., ,....,--,N, '''' , ,,, .-,- N. .! . .., - - -- -- -,"'".-z C':'-," NIX: v- - ' A - : If' .41, lc' 1,11 r h 4"--,4.k k a, 14 t ''' '1 ' '''''X' tl Pkt ' ' t ,, ' ' : I ,f,i3O i t t 'I' 4 I a 4 Z . r ,7c- i h.IN-,-T"'s,! - , .-;:7-?,t27',1cf:' kt,1 77-,:1 t11", 0, t ' I ' ! tits were. When she said that thPY Gnewuch was chief deputy. 1.7,11,,.:ii;.,kki.:1,...,,,,,,,,.0:-,.1.1,47:-,,,,:,...,. ,-,z, , 4,..2.,.. 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