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from him asking to be allowed to call.
She readily consented. He called
TTa few days later. They went to a
neighborhood theater. According to
the girl, he was playing the game
welL He told her that he had never
forgotten her and simply had to look
After the show they passed Ogden
Park at 67th and Racine. Ogden
Park is one of those poorly-lighted,
ill-protected parks under control of
the South Park Commissioners.
It was there the girl fell, after much
urging and promises, she says.
It was from here on that their
stories differ, he man says that he
never went near the girl after that
night. The girl says that was only
the beginning of an ill-fated affair.
She says he used to call two or
three nights a week for the follow
ing three months. And it was always
the same thing in spite of her urging
for an early marriage.
The first night they visited the fra
ternity, where the sons of rich, were
gathered, was on Christmas Eve.
The man and the girl were down to
Grant .Park, where the electric-lighted
Christmas tree was being exhib
ited. They took a trip to many South
Side cafes, she says, and then he pre
vailed on her to go to his room at the
frat house. And she did, she swore.
On New Year's Eve the visit was re
peated. Attorney Leonard C. Reid repre
sented the -girl in the court proceed
ings and obtained a finding of guilty.
Bray was given until Dec. 30 to. ob
tain a bond to guarantee the payment
of the $550 bastardy judgment
CHARGE 16 WITH KIDNAPPING
Butte, Mont, Nov. 27. Informa
tion charging 16 members of the
Butte Mine Workers' Union with kid
napping and deporting from Butte
Richard O'Brien and Martin Garkins
last August filed by Prosecutor Mc-
'Caffery. Bench warrants were issued
by the district court, returnable to- i
1 day. The accused men are alleged to
have been members of the union S'
INDIAN MAIDEN SAYS SHE'S GOT
"BIG CHIEF" IN CROKER
New York, Nov. 27. Richard Cro-1
ker, former "boss" of Tammany Hall,
shortly after noon yesterday took as
his bride Bula Benton Edmondson,
descendant of a Cherokee Indian
chief. As the last moment it was
found necessary to change the wed
ding plans. It had been planned to
have the ceremony performed at St.
Agnes' Roman Catholic churchy but
the presence of a large crowd of
sightseers there at the hour set for
the wedding caused a change. The
wedding took place at the home of
Nathan Strauss, on W. 72d st
The new Mrs. Croker consented to
talk to newspapermen for a few min
utes soon after the ceremony.
"I have been inspired by the exam
ple of Pocahontas, who did so much
to make the English understand our
people," Bhe said. "I have also been
inspired by the example of Talahinia,
the Cherokee maiden who helped
Gen. Houston free Texas.
"It is the desire, however, of every
Indian maiden to wed a great chief,
and I," and she looked at her, hus
band with a smile, "have married the
greatest chief of men."
Mr. and Mrs. Croker expect to
leave this afternoon for Palm Beach,
Fla. Next spring they intend to go
to Mr. Croker's estate in Ireland.
CRIME HITS N. Y. HARD
New York, Nov. 27. Police of New
York today faced a veritable wave of
crime on the first swell of which, in
the space of a few weeks, have come
four bomb outrages, one street as
sassination that smacks of a Rosen
thal murder and a barrel murder
The last bomb explosion occurred
late yesterday. A man who said his
name is Tony Lollo was carrying :
bundle along East 114th street Sui
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