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TWO LINES OF THE TRIANGLE
It was Mi'ss Lambert, the prosecution .charges, whom Orpet wished
out of the way so he could wed Miss' Youkers.
LAMBERTS TO BE ASKED TO
TESTIFY FOR ORPET
Waukegan, III., May 25. The task
of selecting a jury to try Orpet for
Marion Lambert murder dragged on
slowly in 10th day of trial. 626 men
had been questioned and examined
for jury service when court opened
today and only four jurors, the first
panel, permanently accepted.
Although Judge Chas. M. Donnelly,
piqued by distorted publicity, given
trial, had imposed ban of silence on
defense and state, it was learned to
,day that defense has summoned as
witnesses most of those also sum
moned by the state.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lambert, pa
rents of Marion, will be" asked to tes
tify for Orpet.
Small pox patient taken to county
hospital. Edward Wagngr, Peoria.
CHURCH BACKS CHAUFFEURS
Aiding the chauffeurs' union in its
fight for one day rest in seven the
delegates to the 79th diocesan con
vention of SS. Peter and Paul cathe
dral passed resolution declaring
against funerals on Sunday. This
action was the outcome of a request
made by the chauffeurs at a meeting
of the Chicago Federation two weeks
ago. Heated discussion took place
before the measure was passed, as
several delegates claimed a church
should not recognize a labor union.
FIRST HEAT PROSTRATION
First "case of heat prostration re
corded when John Howard, 4105
S. Dearborn, fell unconscious at 5th
av. and Washington. He'll recover.
Weather man says humid tempera
ture will continue until tomorrow
anyway, when he .promises wind.