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FEAR POSSIBILITY OF THAW'S
t BEING ABDUCTED
-" Colebrook, N. H., Sept. 12. Con
siderable apprehension is felt because
df number of Canadians arriving
here lest they are conniving at ab
ducting Thaw and Betting him free.
. Sheriff Drew said that at" one time
Thaw was missing from the law of
fice and was found in another build
ing opening on an alley, at the en
trance to which were touring cars.
- Acting-Gov. Glynn has signed ex
tradition papers and Thaw will be
brought into court tomorrow morn
ing for hearing. Both the Thaw law
yers and Jerome are apprehensive
that Justice of the Peace Carr may
discharge Thaw on the fugitive from
justice complaint and turn him loose
here. This might precipitate an atr
tempt at rescue by the lumber-jacks,
or a wild automobile dash by Thaw,
resulting in physical contest for him.
The Thaw case is more complicat
ed now than at any time. An effort
may be made td make it an interna
tional incident on the grounds that
an American's rights havebeen vio
lated in Canada, contrary- to terms
of Ashburton treaty.
' Resuming his publicity campaign
Thaw .demanded to know why the
state of New York should "squander
many more thousands to get me back
to Matteawan than are available to
ine." He charged that New York
representatives are "spending money
One hundred or more lumber Jacks
from Norton mills, a crowd of New
-York gangsters and Coaticook Thaw
ites are lounging around the streets
of the town. '
o o "
Lady Judge I'm getting tired of
these requests for postponements.
What's your latest excuse? Lady
Lawyer Why, your hoijbr, we only
1 ask you to give us another week. The
fact is, my client's dressmaker is ill
and can't1 get her going-to-court
gown finished -until that date- Lady
GOVERNOR WHO HOLDS THAW'S
FATE IN HIS HANDS
Governor Samuel D. Felker of New
Hampshire, who may send Harry K.
Thaw back to Matteawan by signing
the extradition warrant.
CLUE IN BODY CUTTING CASE
New York, Sept. 12. What police
believe promising clue hv hunt for
murderer' of woman, portions of
whose dismembered body were found
in North River Saturday, developed
when Police Sergeant Lyons of Wee
hawken, N. J., located street car con
ductor who said he ordered man from
his car because of odor emanating
from two suitcases he carried t day
body was-foi, ' ? '--l