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vinced ,Uiat the Russian defense of i his active forces to send them to
Warsaw cannot be broken and that France, where the Germans are again
he is planning to withdraw part of I essaying an offensive.
PAYING GERMANFIGHTING MEN
Pay Day in the German Army Soldiers Getting Their Money for Their
Fighting in the Trenches at the Front.
JURY ATTACKS DUNNING
Coroner's jury, investigating death
of Mrs. Ida Thomas, 3907 N. Robey,
who was killed Wednesday by her
drink-crazed husband, who asked for
for and received a day off from Dun
ning insane asylum, condemned the
practice of allowing maniacs-to roam
through the city and recommended
hat it be stopped.
According to the testimony of Dr.
Bernard Lenchen, the modern way of
treating the insane is allowing them
a "day off" now and then to wander
through the streets outside the asy
lum grounds. N
Minneapolis. Alvah Wilson, 25,
and Hazel Hedrick, 14, Santon, HI.,
suffering from mercurial poisoning.
Attempted suicide when arrested.
Wilson -said to have wife in Canton.
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