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ever wishing she was within."
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me more and more decided not to get
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blushed as she whispered: "An old
woman who is all alone is the lone
liest being on earth."
(To Be Continued.)
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Her wedding will be the first Im
portant one of the season. She is
the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Wm.
folland Winner and will wed Thos.
Scott" Thropp on Nov. 24.
EX-WARDEN IS TO BE CALLED
BY THE DEFENSE
Joliet, III., Nov. 9. Edmund M.
Allen, ex-warden of Joliet prison, and
John C. Smith, night turnkey at the
prison, two witnesses for the state in
the trial of "Chicken" Joe Campbell,
will be called later as witnesses for
the defense. Att'y Barnett, Camp
bell's counsel, will do this because of
the difficulty he experienced in the
cross examination of Allen, due to
the state's objections. Smith's tes
timony supported much of Camp-i
"bell's story of his movements on the
night before the fire and on the
morning Mrs. Allen, wife of the war
den, was found dead in her rooms.
Harold Larkin, school chum of
Allen's son, also gave testimony to
support Campbell's statement that
he escorted Miss Katherine Allen to
the fifth floor on the morning of the
fire, which Miss Allen denied.
Mr. Allen was the last witness
called yesterday and an objection
was made by the 'state's attorney to
nearly every question put by the ne
gro's counsel. Among questions to
iwhich objections were made and
sustained were those relative to the
whereabouts of a man named Tra
verse, who was then prison statisti
cian. He was known as the warden's
confidential clerk and possessed a
key which enabled him to gain access
to the warden's office without the
services of a turnkey.
CAP. STREETER HIT
Wise old Cap. Streeter, who says
he does nothing but live on and de
fend his property at the lake east of
"the drive," got a jolt yesterday.
Judge Graham ruled that the "Dis
trict of Lake Michigan" was part of
the city, when the old man appeared
before him for trial on a charge of
selling beer without a license.
The case was continued.
Young wife (at home) Hello,
dearest Young husband (at the
office) Hello, who is it? Puck.