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ADVENTURES OF MR. MOUSE
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REPORT ON N-AW OF FLIGHT"
STORY IN "DIFFERENT AGAIN"
Washington, July 29. Navy De
partment made public formal report
of navy court of inquiry at Vera Cruz
exonerating Ensign William Richard
son of the charge of having applied
the "law of flight" to Mexicans during
the occupation of that city. The re
port Baid that thirty naval officers
were summoned and testiled that
they bad never heard of the "law of
flight" being applied and that they
never heard Richardson say that it
had been applied. Richardson flatly
denied that he had ever applied the
ancient law and denied that he bad
ever told anyone that it had been ap
plied. Richardson's statement was a con
tradiction of Correspondent Fjed
Boalt, whose story started the probe.
The report said that Boalt was invited,
to ba present with counsel at the en
tire hearing, but declined. This is,
contrary to Boalt's statement that, he
was refused permission to remain
after he gave his own testimony and
was; refused permission to be repre
sented by counsel.
MME. CAILLAUX IS ACQUITTED
AMID HISSES AND CHEERS
Paris, July 29, -Mme. Joseph Cail
laux, wife of former prime minister of
Prance, who shot and killed Gaston
Calmette, editor of he Figaro in his
office March 16 last, was acquitted On
a charge pt murder
The wildest demonstration follow
ed the announcement of the verdict
Friends of Caillaux surrounded and
embraced him. His enemies hissed
and hooted. Mme. Caillaux, her hair
streaming down her back, cried "Jos
eph, Joseph," and stretched her arms
to him across the courtroom, but it
was ten minutes before be could
fight his way through the crowd to
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