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800 feet above Colorado River, in
midst of electrical storm.
Milwaukee. Milwaukee newspa
pers joining in urging Gov. McGovern
to sign Hedding bill, legalizing box
ing. Sapulpa, Okla, Posse searching
for three men who held up thirty
players in gambling house and es
caped with $200.
Muncie, Ind. Joseph Storer, 21,
struck by lightning and instantly kill
ed during storm that flooded city
London. Pearl .necklace valued at
$625,000, owned by Max Meyer, Hat
ton Garden diamond merchant, stol
en while in transit by mail from Paris
to London. Lloyd's, who insured
necklace, offer reward of $50,000 for
arrest and conviction of thief or
Christiania, Norway. Attempt
made to assassinate Crown Prince
Olaf in royal gardens one week ago
blamed by queen on bill now before
storthing which provides that Nor
way shall become Tepublic should
king and queen die without male heir.
Camden, N. J. PublicService Ry.
Co. has put on special late car on
Saturday nights for exclusive use of
Gary, Ind. Unidentified leper who
left Chicago two weeks ago believed
to be in hiding here.
Portland, Ore. E. E. C. Von Klein
of Chicago and Minneapolis identified
at his trial as man who married Ethel
Newcomb in Portland hotel while liv
ing under name of G. B. Lewis.
Kenosha, Wis. Search being
made along lake shore for body of
Laura Estelle Voss, 18, who left home
of her uncle, John Swadish, leaving
Washington. America's reply to
Japan's last notes on California anti
alien land law delivered to Ambassa
dor Chinda by Secretary Bryan.
Newport, R. I. Mrs. Herman Oel
richs tried to run down photographer
who was taking picture of her in
auto. Cop stopped her. Photograph- j
I er got plenty of pictures while Mrs,.
Oelrichs and cop were arguing.
Winchester, Ky. Dan Deaton, one
of 18 on trial for murder of Sheriff
Edward Callahan of Breathitt Coun
ty, made complete confession, impli
cating all co-defendants.
Paris. Catholic newspaper La
Croix defintely says Vatican tribunal
of the rota held marriage of Anna
Gould and Comte Boni de Castellane
void and null.
TRIBUNE LAYS OFF ATTEMPTS
TO DEFEND ANNENBERG
Presumably frightened by State's
Attorney Hoyne's decision to prose
cute those detected obstructing jus
tice as well as those breaking the law
in the Annenberg case, The Tribune
today quit its pitiful attempts te de
fend the shooting of Alexander Bel
ford by its boss gunman.
The only mention of the Annen
berg shooting in The Tribune today
was a mere line saying that Belford's
condition was improving, and even
this was buried underneath another
State's Attorney Hoyne now be
lieves he has the case against Annen
berg himself cleaned up and that it
is as clear-cut a case as ever was
presented to the grand jury.
Hoyne says he MAY present the
Annenberg case to the grand jury
some time this week.
Annenberg is believed still "to be in
hiding in The Tribune building,
where he is eating his meals and
Indignation against Annenberg is
strong and deep in the Maxwell street
The feeling is not less strong
against The Tribune than it is against
The Tribune's gunman.
One of the questions that Maxwell
street persists in asking is why, if
The Tribune be so puritanicall oppos
ed to gambling and so anxious to rid
the city of it, it does not get after
the club gambling going on in our
best pork-packing circles, or the