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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 05, 1913, Image 3

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Immediately after Diggs, with Lola
Norris as chief witness. At the con
clusion of the Caminetti trial Diggs
and his attorney, Charles H. Harris,
of Sacramento, will face a jury on a
charge of attempting to suborn per
. jury in connection with the case.
Both of the girls were in the city
yesterday and conferred at length
with the special prosecutors for the
government. They were also in con
ference this morning.
Four indictments were returned
against Caminetti and two against
Diggs. Mrs. Caminetti has said that
she wants the law to take its course
despite the disgrace it will reflect up
on her children, and that she wants
her husband made an example of so
that other married women may have
some protection.
When Judge Van Fleet took the
bench at 10:10 this morning, Former
U. S. District Attorney Marshall
Woolworth appeared for Diggs, as
sisted by Nathan Coghlan, Robt. L
Lola Norris.
F. Drew Caminetti.
Devlin and S. Luke Howe. Both
Diggs and Caminetti were in court.
As soon as the case was called
Atty. Woolworth, for the defense,
entered a motion for a change of
venue to Sacramento.
Judge-Van Fleet declined to rule
on the motion at present, saying ha
would wait until the talesmen with
excuses bed been weeded out. This
was taken to mean he would deny the
The preliminary examination of
talesmen then proceeded.
Both Miss Norris and Miss War
rington were in an ante-room wait
ing to testify. It is expected that both
will go on the witness stand for the
o o
Annie Nawalana,- 5-year-old East
Chicago, Ind., girl, who has been
missing from home since Saturday,
was found today locked in a closet
of a vacant house four doors from

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