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policeman can make a good guess
For the yegg has but one over
mastering impulse when he gets
out of prison to "get" the police
man who robbed him of.,his lib
erty, which is to him the breath of
At dawn an officer is found
dead in an alley, .his head crushed
in.' By the time the discovery of
the crime is made a ragged mur
derer, unnamed, unknown, is far
away. He is making tracks and
covering them as he goes. In his
face is the prison pallor; in his
eyes the hunted look; but to his
heart he hugs the joy of a vow
White Plains, N. Y. Wheth
er Harry K. Thaw goes free or
continues a prisoner at Matte
wan insane asylum will probably
be decided next two weeks.
Sea Girt, N. J. Woodrow Wil
son and Champ Clark will confer
Conference is expected to have
important bearing upon coming
Gary, Ind. Henry Facke and
Ford Preedem, ex-convicts, ar
rested in Hosford Park, in woods
near south part of town, charged
Mobile, Ala. Mary T. Godau,
aged woman, placed on trial for
second time in life. Charged with
murder of son-in-rlaw. Claims
Portland, Ore. 15,000 Elks
marched in parade this afternoon.
Juarez, Gen. Orozco, in spite
of fact that .his rebellion is abouS
all in, has spurned aid from 'for
eigners. Atlantic Citf. Prohibitionists
planning n a t i o rt-w i d e fight
against polygamy and traffic in
New York. W. J. Fette, on
trial for burglary, wrote poetry to
district attorney in hope that it
might gain him clemency.
Minneapolis, Minn. Report is
sued by city showed that 20
babies were born last y,ear for
every 1,000 population.
Cheyenne, Wyo. 50 cow1
punchers lassoed 20 Vassar girls' .
chaperon and took girls for spin
INSANE TRIES SUICIDE
Madison, Wis., July 11. A1
woman believed to be Mrs.
Sophia Graf, of New York city,
made an unsuccessful attempt at
suicide this afternoon by throw
ing herself from the window of a
Chicago & Northwestern train.
Earlier in the day she tried to
throw her four-year-old son from
the car window.
Since being locked in the police
station the woman has made
three attempts to hang herself.
She is believed -mentally unbal
It's Cooler Today Fair to
day and Friday, with somewhat
higher temperature Friday after
noon for Chicago and vicinity;
northeasterly winds tonight, be
coming variable Friday.
.- w .