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speaker was forced to walk three
Cincinnati. Respectable citi
' zens who happen to be arrested
once in a while will noj: be forced
to ride in patrol -wagon. Will
merely be cited to appear in-court
Monmouth; 111. Jas. Greene,
62, wealthy farmer, suicide after
son, Arthur, 22, took $268from
him and ran away.
Three years ago his eldest son,
William, 26, did same thing and
has not been heard from since.
Erie, Pa. Hilda Wilkinson,
18, and Josephine Maury, 19,
members of prominent families,
seriously injured when auto1
skidded and turned turtle.
SIDNEY ALLEN CAUGHT
Des Moines, la., Sept. 14. Sid
ney Allen, wanted for the murder
of judge, sheriff and clerk of court
at Hillsville, Va., was captured
here today. The police expect to
arrest Wesley Edwards within
the next few hours. "
The police, got on the trail of
Allen and Edwards by intercept
ing letters from, Sidney to his
sweetheart back in Virginia.
Wytheyillc, Va Sept. 14.
The reported capture of Sidney
Allen and Wesley Edwards, prin
cipals in the court house tragedy
of Hillsville, created a sensation
Sidney Allen is the patriarch
of the Allen clan. He was known
as the "old fox of the Blue Ridge."
Two members of -the family,
Floyd and Claude Allen, were
sentenced to death here this week
for their part in the court house
murders. Floyd Allen is Sidney's
brother. Claude is Floyd's son.
Two others,of the family, Friel
Allen'and Sjdna Edwards, have
been sentenced to long' prison
terms. " ,
Victor Allen, another defend
ant, and the youngest of-them all,
was acquitted here yesterday. , .
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Taft left for Milbury, near Wor
cester, today, to celebrate his 55th
birthday with his family. Aunt
Dejia's going to bake a pie.
"Roosevelt doubled back from
Reno, Nev., today to the Pacific
coast. Said he was ''feeling bully."
Goy. Wilson got all het iipto
day when someone suggested he
was spending a lot of money on
a private railroad car. Said when
expense was pro-rated among the
dozen who go with him, it didn't
come to much more than the or
dinary way of traveling.
Jessie Wilson, daughter of
Democratic candidate, may go to
Wisconsin to talk for woman suf
frage. Virginia Brooks, wlio was
slated to, speak there, is too busy,
with West Hammond.
Hearst-Harrison outfit have
sh,ot local Democratic harmony,
all to pieces. There wasn't much
of it to shoot.
Keir Hardie, the British labor
leader and member of parliament'
arrived in Chicago today to talk
British postoffices handle 15,
000,000 ietters and 250,000,tele-
grams a day.