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BOY IN HOSPITAL MAY BE AUTO
BANDIT CAR DRWER ' '
James Cherin, 17, is under police
surveillance at the Prances Willard
Hospital on suspicion of being chauf
feur for the auto bandit gang that
robbed the 'messenger of the Garfield
State Bank of a satchel containing
$12,600 in money and checks. .
The, police of the Warren avenue
station may come in for an inves
tigation lor the way in which the
boy was handled after a hastily per
formed operation for appendicitis.
Physicians at the hospital assert that
shortly after he recovered from the
anaesthetics he was dragged away by
'-When the father of .the boy pro
tested he was returned to the hos
.pital. Warrington McEvoy, the messen
ger, will go to see the boy 'today in
an attempt at identification
r The 'father of Cherin, a" saloon
keeper, at 1121 S. -Lincoln St., de
clares the police are hounding his
' THE'THAW-JEROME BATTLE
Colebrook, N. H., Sept. 13. The
Thaw forces are quite excited1 over
a rumor that Jerome is ready for a
wild adtomobile dash to New York
with the fugitive madman the mo
ment Gov. Falker signs the'papers.
The same game of bluff is being
played here that 'characterized the
case since Thaw was apprehended
in Canada. Neither side has at any
time done the things they said they
would do and every chapter in the
case has been unexpected.
The fugitive from justice charge
against Thaw was, by consent, con
tinued by-Justice of Peace Carr until
next Thursday. In the interim the
extradition of Thaw will come up be
fore' Gov. Falker at Concord, where
Sheriff Hornbeck of Dutchess Coun
ty, N. Y., has just arrived with the
papers signed by Actirig-Gov. Glynn
of New York. . .. I,
TAKING NO CHANCE
"Why don't, you majke that feller
pull out a 'little?. I'don'tjsee any sense
m giving him all the road' x
'Don'P-you? rWeu,nhat feller's
min' fey th' dynamite factory'
Uncle-Well, you young rascal,
how manV thrashings have you had
hat school today?
Nephew I can tTemember, uncie.
'I never trouble-about what goes on
behind my back. :
Madge Don't you think 'a girt
should marry an j economical man?
Dnllv T sunnnse So: but it's awful
behigengaged'toone.'U. . .
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