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he said holding, her tightly in his
arms, "and I am now awake."
NO TROUBLE FEAREDOVER U.'S.
DEMAND ON ENGLAND
Washington, De'c 29. Prompt and
generous response is expected admin
istration officials declared today to
this government's note to Great Brit
ain complaining of British interfer
ence with United States commerce.
Little danger lurks of a serious
breach with Great Britain in (the
American protest, high officials be
lieve. Expectations of the administration
that the exchange of noes will result
in British regulations freeing Ameri
can commerce from British interfer
ence to a great extent are based here
principally on the ground that Great
sBjitain is extremely anxious to pos
sess the moral support and friendship,
not only of the administration, but of
the American public.
That this protest is the basis for a
demand for damages after the war
was evident from the president's ex
planation that wherever a govern
ment wrongs maritime rights of a
neutral nation the offending nation
eventually has to pay for its trans
gressions. Prom this statement it was infer
red that, as in other conflicts, the al
leged injured neutral America, in
this instance expects to ask millions
of dollars in reparation.
NINETY-SIX INDICTED" IN TERRE
HAUTE VOTE FRAUDS
Indianapolis, Ind., Dec. 29. With
Donn Roberts, mayor of Terre Haute,
out on $10,000 bond obtained through
the efforts of Mrs. Roberts, there re
mained twenty indicted men in jail
The arrest of three others late yes
terday, including Harry Montgomery,
chairman of the Terre Haute board
of public works, brought the total up
to 96 all arrested on federal indict
ments charging conspiracy to cor
rupt the last election, thus violating
the United States laws.
MORE POLICE CRAFT DOPE
Through the confession of Nathan
Steinberg and Isadore Wexler, con
victs and leaders of a burglar gang,
Max Goldstein, 55, 1215 Milwaukee
av., was arrested last night and after
hours of cross-examination in a
downtown hotel was taken to the
Hyde Park station and booked on six
charges of receiving stolen property.
The special grand jury will hear
more witnesses today in the police
graft probe and it is expected that
Roy Jones, former divekeeper, will
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a cent today. I'm .strapped.
She Well, you'll be worse than
strapped if you keep running around
spending all your money. You'll be
chained to an armchair, that's what
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