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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, MAY 26 1922.
IS 1 2-MILE PURSUIT BY MOTORCYCLE COP CATCHES SUSPECTS Chase After Bullet-Riddled Automobile Nabs Men Called Robbers.' egg HAnnon CITY, n. J., May 26. Harry niohardgon, twcnty-hree, cf Ardmfaro, ta., and H. Hnrry Wat Wns, twenty-Mx, marines stationed nt Quantlco, Vn., on clght-day leave, were arrested hero early to-day ufter a twelve-mile cliaso by State Trooper William O'Neill. Tho two men, who aro alleged tto bo hold-up men, were In an automobile, and O'Neill pursued oil a motorcycle They were Identified by( Frank Giaf and his wife as tho two men who, tho night before, stopped at Giaf's ga rnce, three miles from here, on the White Horso Pike, and hold up Graf with revolvers, taking $150 from him. Julius Garnlch, owner of tho City JAno Garage, in Uambiirs Avenue, said ho saw tho two men in an auto mobile shortly after midnight to-duy. Ilo notlcud that tho rear of tho car was shot through, apparently by a shotgun. Recalling that Mis. Graf had tired nfter tho men robled hur husband, as they fled In an nutomo- bile. Garnich thought it might bo the same men and telephoned to State Pollco Headquarters. O'Neill 10 aponded, and the pursuit and capture resulted. lllchardson and Watkina wero held without ball on a charge of robbery. INQUIRY IN AIRMAN'S DEATH Sfw Fnr, Ilronxlit Ont tn Sliootliilf of MrCltvary, nOSTON, May 26. New f. -ts In con nection with the (loath of I.lcut. I'aton C. Mcliilvnry. a former army aviator. whose body, pierced by four bullets, was found In an alley In the Hack Hay district more than a year ego, are said to have been related at the Inquest Into his death, reopened to-day. Two witnesses, a newspaper reporter and a Police Sergwant, gave testimony to-day. The continuation, stnrted cv. eral montln ago to establish whether McGllvary died a suicide or whs mur dered, was said to have heen urged by Medical lSxamlner Leary. In his repoit when the body was found Dr. I.eary aid death was due to an unknown cause. Further efforts to clear up the mys tery also have been requested by the aviator's father. Trof. McGllvary or the. University of Wisconsin. GERMANY FEARS TYPHUS. Deplore She Han Not r.nonuli l'u lire to Co mil lit Disrnsr. Copyright, 1055 (New York Kvcnlng World), by Press Publishing Co BERLIN, May 26. Fears that .typhus fever and cholera will spread beyond tho borders of Hussla aie ex pressed by ofllclala of the Piusslan Government. They blame the Inter allied Commission, which has de creased tho number of pollco trained and equipped to combat the spread of disease. The pestilence Is spreading on the Russinn eastern frontiers, it Is reported. Poison Ends Tragic Life Story 01 Woman Cattle Rustler Whose Death Still Remains a Mystery Annie Richey Refused to "Squeal" on Accom plices at Trial, but Was Murdered Later by Them, is Belief. " KKMMUrtEtt, Wyo. May 26, (Copyright). Tho grave which has May width closed, the tempestuous life of Annlo HJchcy, tho only woman ever con victed in Wyoming of cnttlo rustling. Is a grave of mystery. Annlo was fouiid dead fioni pblson on her tnnch. Some say she committed suicide, for hho'Vns to have been taken to tho Col orado Penitcntinry to servo her sen tence. Others sa sho was murdered by men Implicated with lior, who fenced that within prison w-nlls An nie's tongue, scaled throughout lie," trial, might begin to wag. Annie died at tho ago of thirty, an attractive, wilful woman. -Mis fortune cursed all her adult life. Itnr mnrrlngo to the principal of tho emmerer public schools led nnl to divorce. Itanch (torn and bicd. she turned to ranching on her own hook. A shipment of cattle she made was found to contain many steers which had been subjected to tho brand blotter's handiwork. She was ar rested. It was certain others had heen associated In rustling with her Htlt nnle said nothing. Shr was convicted and sentenced to from one, to six years In the penitentiary. On her way to trial Annie was shot by some unknown person. Her mm was shattered. The sceptical said she i.hot hersolf to arotiso sympathy Others snld her life had been at tempted by the cattle rustlers, who feared she would "squeal." Then another misfortune overtook Annlo Richey. Her devoted father, John Boycr, pioneer citizen, who be llovcd her Innocent and financed her legal fight, died, broken hearted. Tho consensus of opinion here Is that Annie Richey wns murdered. The suicide theory Is scouted because Otto Palcsenlorgcr, hired man on tho ranch, partook of tho same food which killed her. Palcscnberger liatiowly escaped death. Ho tells of a mystril- ous stranger, who talked to Mrs Richey two hours before her death but no truce has been found of the man, whoso description coincides with that given by Mrs. Richey of the man shfc claimed shot her. OVATIONS FOR HINDENBURG. Ill Visit t llnttlcflclda In -Mi l 1'J Popular Knlhu.lmiii. Copyright, 105i (New Terk Evening World), by I'rcn Publishing Co, IULt.AU, Germany, May 26. Field Marshal von Hlndonburg's visit to Rant Prussia, where he will visit the battlefields where the Russian In vasion was stopped In 1914, has been met by a great outburst of popular enthusiasm. Flags were flying from the rhaats of every ship In Pillau Harbor and thousands of school children 'With tho old Imperial flags In their hands greeted the Marshal as the "wtvlor of Kast Prussia." cotxm.vno fPhi. and iiion. Tor the quarter ended Jtarrh 31 last, the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company rcporU a deficit of $43t.269 nftcr pay ment of Interest and taxes. This com pares with a surplus of J134.S98, equiva lent, after preferred dividends, to' 21 cents a share on tho common stock, In the corresponding period of last year. Operating cxpeni.es wero $3,979,418 , s compared with $8,931,641 in 1921. Net Incomo was $396,213, against $1.09T,C98 a year ago. NEW CRIME IN GRIM HOUSE. Ilmlj- of Ai'trr.iR, Once Kriolvli nn Mnriinret Wp,nM. Poll ml In C'lilenx" CHICAGO, May 26. The nude body of Mrs. Hosle Greenberg, formerly an aetrf-u known as Maigaret Wendt, was found here in an old lodging house which has been termed by neighbor." "tho house of a thousand mysteries," hceauso of numerous crimes and un usual happenings there. A ropo was wound tightly around her neck and her body showed many bruises. Three weeks ago a man committed vilcldo In the house, while recently th body nf a woman was found on the third floor. The jollco have been called frequently to tho house. There were signs of a struggle In the room In which Mrs. Grecnberg's body waa found. The house is known also as the "Old Thompson Place." For many years It belonged to the family of Mayor Thompson. 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