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Covers Wcitsrn Kentucky Llk Hi Otw"
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diton and Proprietors.
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postofflce as second-class mall matter.
MOTHER DEAD, CHILD MISSING
Kra. Ada Riochers Found Murdered
in Her Cottage Home.
Ilot Springi, Ark. A mother and
wife occupying a lab at a local morgue
two Uttlo blue-cyod boys lest than 6
jrean of ago being cared for by kindly
neighbors, a 0-year-old lister and daugh'
tcr of the dead woman cither kidnaped
or murdered, a husband hurrying from
Texan to the scone, and a lono mur
derer dodging detectives of four States,
aro the strargo complications arising
from the slaying in this city yesterday
of Mrs. Ada Rlechers, who carao here
recently from Texas with her children.
It is only from tangled bits of ovi
dence that the story of the tragedy is
gleaned, the story of a woman about
her housework, interrupted by an un
known man, strangled with a long,
wrinkled towel, hr head beaten to a
pulp, and then, when death throes were
on, the towel removed from the throat
and with the handle of a heavy ham'
mer that had battered her head and
face, tho towel was jabbed down the
throat of the woman, a process that
knocked out halt her upper teeth and
broke a jaw bone.
Two weeks ago Mrs. Relchers first
appeared here, securing board at a
home on Malvern avenue. Four days
ago she rented a furnished cottage
apartment at 112 Kirk street, the scene
of the tragedy. Neighbors knew noth
ing of the new tenants, except that
there was a woman of about 34 years, a
little girl 9 years of age, and two little
boys 6 and 3 years, who played about
the yard in jumpers. There was a
lodger, a man of ordinary looks, who
came and went quietly.
The remainder of the story was glean
ed from the talk of the little 5-year-old
The lodger was known to tho tot as
"Orgy." This same name, and with
the same pronunciation, is applied to
the missing sister.
The babe knows nothing of the
Etrange man, other than that the mother
called him "Orgy," and they called him
Yesterday afternoon he disappeared,
taking Orgy with him, since which
time he has not been seen.
LAST OF LATONIA RACING
Horsemen Abandon Idea of Holding
Latonla, Ky. The last race of the
present season, run at Latonla track
this afternoon, may mean the closing of
the Latonla course. The action of the
directors in so abruptly closing down
came as a hard blow to horsemen, who
were caught with horses on their bands
and no place to race them and give
them a chance to earn feed. Some of
the jockey club directors are quoted as
saying that the track will not bo re
opened again under present conditions.
The conditions referred to are the re
strictions on the racing game enforced
by the state racing association. Aa iu
rulings seem to prevail In the future, it
Is proposed that the track will remain
closed for good.
i NIGHT RIDERS OUT AGAIN.
Calloway County Farmer Visited
by Band of Two Hundred.
Paducah, Ky, Recent incendiary
speeches made in the eastern part o
Calloway county, which was the center
of night rider troubles a few month
ago, have had their effect and serious
trouble Is threatened.
A report received from Murray today
was to the effect that about 200 night
riders surrounded the homos of Frank
Mardls, Will Dyer and other farmers
who aro witnesses for the common
wealth in night rider cases, and fired
several hundred shots, ostensibly for
tho purpose of intimidating them.
Nearly all of the soldiers have been
withdrawn from Calloway county. Pre
dictions were made that trouble would
break out again when the soldiers left.
Wore troops have been requested, and
when they reach Murray the county
will bo patrolled nightly.
HELIE AND ANNA MARRIED
Only Few Witnesses Saw tho Couple
London. Madame Anna Gould and
Prince Helle do Sagan were married at
a registry olllco in Henrietta street off
Covent Garden "today. A subsequent
ceremony was conducted at the French
Protestant church on Soho Square.
Thero was absolutely no secrecy about
tho woddlng. Tho prince and Madame
Gould mado a determined effort to es
cape the crowd. They had a large mo
tor car waiting at the main entrance of
the hotel all morning. When the hour
for thorn to leave arrived, however, the
couple, accompanied by three friends,
left tho hotel by u rear door and, enter
ing ordinary cabs, drove to the back
entrance of the registry ofllco, where
they were married In the presence of a
Denver, July 10. Mr. Ilrynn was
nominated at 3f30 o'clock on tho first
ballot. He got the nomination on Penn
Unofficial totnh Bryan 8924, John
son 40, Gray Slfu,.
The solid voto of New York was chal
lenged after being cast for ilrynn. Con
nors and Murphy voted for Hryan; Park
er did not.
Pennsylvania's tote was polled after
Hammond of Minnesota moved to
make the nomination of Hryan unani
mous. Gray of Maryland moved to make it
Delaware moved to make it unani
mous. Ilryan's nomination was made unani
Denver, July 9. The Democratic na
tional convention proceeded tonight to
the nomination of candidates for presi
dent of the United States, the nomi-
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WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN.
nating and seconding speeches being made
amid scenes of tumultuous enthusiasm
and not concluded until after midnight.
The speech placing William J. Bryan
in nomination awakened a whirlwind of
demonstrations, rivaling in intensity and
duration the record-breaking tribute of
The names of George Gray of Dela
ware and- Gov. Johnson of Minnesota
were also placed in nomination, with
demonstrations of approval from their
The tide of sentiment was unmistak
ably and overwhelmingly in favor of the
Nebraska candidate and foreshadowed
his nomination before the session closed.
THE UNTARNISHED CRUSADnR.
The platform committee was not ready
to report when the evening session be
gan, and after listening to political or
atory, the rules of procedure were sus
pended 'and the convention proceeded
with the speeches placing the candidates
for president in nomination with the un
derstanding that the usual vote would
be deferred until the platform had beeii
The speech placing W. J. Hryan in
nomination was made by Ignatiun J.
Dunn of Nebraska, a youthful orator
of fire and eloquence, whose closing
phrase stirred the vast assemblage into
a wild demonstration.
"1 nominate," he exclaimed, "as the
standard beurer of our party, the man
who In the thrilling days of '06 and
1000, bore the battle scarred banner of
Democracy with fame as untarnished as
the crusaders of old America's great
commoner, Nebraska's gifted son, Will
iam Jennings Hryan."
WOMAN FAINTS IN HALL.
Immediately perfect pandemonium of
sound and motion was unloosened, as
delegates and spectators rose eninasse
and joined in the reverberating chorus
of tribute to the Nebraska candidate.
'Die standards of the states were
wrenched from their places and borne
through the hall to the platform, while
banners bearing the portrait of the com
moner were waved aloft and the multi
tude joined in long continued tribute. At
times the intensity of the demonstra
tion threatened a panic. One woman was
borne out fainting.
The opening session today lasted
three hours und brought ubout the com
pletion of the jMTmantmt organization of
the convention with the rebounding ad-
ON FIRST BALLOT
dress of Congressman Henry D. Clayton
of Alabama, permanent chairman of the
contention. When tho session opened
tonight every formality of organlratlon
had been completed and the decks were
clear for the supreme work of adapting
the platform and naming the candidates.
Tho scenes within the convention am
phitheater today related those of pre
vious days In the magnitude nf the gath
ering and the eager enthusiasm of the
throngs. There were frequent demon
strations as the names of party Idols
or JelTcrsonlan principles were pro
nounced, hut there was no repetition
during the early session of the tumultu
ous record-breaking demonstration of
The address nf the permanent chair
man, Mr. Clayton, proved to he a caustic
arraignment of tho failuro of lloosevelt
policies and an enunciation of Demo
cratic doctrine. The ringing voice of the
orator and the emphasis of his gestures
stirred the listening thousands to frr-
quent demonstrations of enthusiastic ap
plause. WAITING FOR PLATFOjuo.
At 7:15 p. m. the galleries were com
pletely filled, and the majority of the
delegates were in their seats, but the
offcers of the convention were still wait
ing for the report of the committee on
resolutions. The land in the gallery
worked with great industry, and when
it struck up "Dixie" the demonstration
that followed gave a glimpse of scenes
certain to occur later in the night if
a nomination was made. The delegates.
as the first notes of the old war song
tloated out, sprang up and waved their
nags, it was instantly shown that the
galleries, too, had been provided with
them, and in an instant the convention
hull was a tossing sea of fluttering Itaca.
The scene, even though the greater
part of the electric lights were not
turned on, was really one of great beau
ty as the Hags flashed back and forth
against the darker background of the
At 7:50 o'clock it was whispered
through hall that the committee on res
olution had finished its work nnd would
in a short time be prepared to present its
report to the convention.
It was just 7:50 o'clock whn Chair
man Clayton began to rap for order,
which he secured within the minute.
The galleries, with a profound Igno
rance of the niHiiner In which the con
vention should be managed, broke in with
cries of "Vote I vote!"
When quiet was restored the chair
recognized Representative Ollie James of
Kentucky, of the committee sent to as
certain the probability of an early re
port from the committee on resolutions.
Mr. James reported that the committee,
would not be ready to report before mid
night. He then made a motion that the
rules be suspended and that the nom
inating sjeechcs for presidential candi
dates ho made, with the understanding,
however, that no ballot should he taken
until after the report of the committee
had been received.
The motion was adopted, and the rules
were declared by the chair to be sus
pended nnd nominations to be in order.
"Tho secretary will now proceed to
call the roll of atates for nominations
for the office of president of the United
States," shouted Chairman Clayton.
ALABAMA YIELDS TO NEBRASKA.
"Alabama," culled the clerk.
The chairman of that delegation arose
and was recognized,
"Knowing that Nebraska will make no
mistake In nominating the right man,"
he said, "Alabama yields to Nebraska."
"1. J. Dunn, of Omuha, will eak for
the Nebruska dclet-atlon." iiniiniin-...i tl...
chairman of that state, while the oheer-
ing which louowmi the nrst statement
from Alabama continued unabated.
Mr. Dunn, who urn tn mnU tl,u .........I.
of tho convention, in which the greatest
iiucrem, was leu by the. delcgutes and
the spectators, Is scarcely of middle ugc.
Ills clean-cut, determined looking, clean
shaven face is surmounted by dark
brown hair, which, mrtnj to the m-
phallc manner In which he executed his
speech with his head, was soon touching
the center of his forehead. He sxkr
clearly and with a pleasing manner nf
APPLAUSE IS FREQUENT,
As Mr. Dunn proceeded, almost every
illusion he made In the character of Mr.
Hryan was enthusiastically applauded,
although he had not yet mentioned the
name of the .Nelirnska candidate.
When Mr. Dunn declared that his can
didate was the choice of thn militant
Democracy of the country, the conven
Hon broke in with wild cheers. The
ever ready flags were tossed aloft, and
a roar of applause swept through tlio
hall. Willie the cheering was at Its
height a white dove was let loose from
the gallery anil flew arross the conven
tion hall, while the delegate hailed It
with great enthusiasm and cheered as
long as it was in sight.
Mr. Dunn brought out the name of
William Jennings llryan with Intense
dramatic torn-, anil the response (mm
the great throng was electric. Inn dele
gates sprang up, the galleries followed
suit and the demonstration was under
way in a manner that promised to rival
yesterday exhibition of enthusiasm.
VAST AUDITORIUM SWEPT.
The Itand In the balcony lent it share
to the celebration of the llryan follow
ers, and the blare of horns, the Wat of
drums and crash of cymbal could he
heard above the roar of the shouting
hundreds on the floor and the thousands
In the gnllrrirs.
The cheering swept iiast the vast audi
torluni In great noise waves, which
echoed back and forth in a volume that
Increased and diminished alternately.
As the delegates took breathing spells
to renew their vocal enthusiasm, the
start of the demonstrations set a doren
photographers to work and the boom, of
their flashlight explosions at times fair
IV snook the great building, such an Im
mense amount of pow'rr was used. The
explosions u!m served to fill the upper
ortioti of the halt with choking white
smoke, ndding vastly to the discomfort
of those already forred to breathe the
heavy atmosphere of the up(er strata.
GANG'S ALL HERE.
The crowd in the parade was not near
ly so numerous as fjat of yesterday.
and many drlcj-atc. mindful of torn
clothing, tramped toe and sore throat.
remained iiihui their chair watching the
demonstration. It was not that their
loyalty was less than the day before,
but they had been through the (tattle
once, and all id them were not anxious
for a repetition of their nerve-rackim;
and lung-tearing experience of the day
Hail, Halt, the (Una's All Here" from
the busy gallery hand set the crowd to
singing, nnd a moment later, under the
lend of crashing brass, the chorus was
changed Into u deafening roar of "Tarn
.Many of the delegates in the midst of
the struggling, crushing turmoil on the
floor loot their hats, their coat and
finally strip)! themselves of collars
After thirty minute of the dctnonlra
tion, the pounding of Chairman Clay
ton's ImmciiM- travel rould be heard
above the roar of the crowd. At first.
However, it seemed only to serve a an
incentive to greater outpouring of what
seemed to In- an Inexhaustible supply
oi ilrynn cneers.
BRYAN HEARS NOISE.
A feature of the demonstration, never
before part of a national convention,
was uiai llie greater pari o( the cheer
ing and uproar was distinctly heard bv
the candidate at his home, 500 milts
away, a telephone to which was at
tarhetl an immense gramophone which
had been placed in the hall, and Mr,
Hryan at the other end of the wire was
at Fairvlew, where he was able to hear
the cheering in r i honor that filled toe
Forty five minutes after the name of
Hryan had been mentioned, Chairman
flavtnn fit.ln irtmt . t m 4t. .W
but in vain. Another five minutes elapsed
ami he tried once more, but did not suc
ceed even in driving the flag-wavers
irom ms own desk.
Mr. Clayton stood the invasion a few
minutes longer, and then bodily dragged
the men from his desk. With untitled
hand he stood trying to restore order,
ami mere were increasing signs now
that the outburst had about run its
course. Half of the delegates, tirsd and
noi, nad resumed their seats.
BAND STOPS PLAYING
When the noise had continued for just
forty Ave minutes, the sergeanta-at-arms
began their nrst cITort to still the up
roar and to clear the tables. The word
was given to messengers that It was de
sired that the parading should cease.
A message was sent to the band in the
gallery to cease playing, and it willing
ly obeyed the injunction, the plavera
being almost exhausted by their severe
wortc in me torrid gallery near the roof.
These messages had some ellect, but
it was impossible for such an uproar
to die away In an Instant. The statu
standards In large measure were re
turned to their places, and one hour, after
its commencement the excitement and
noise were subsiding.
Another measure calculated to cause
a cessation of the shouting was the turn
ing out of many of the lights in the clus
ters on the celling. This had a marked
effect, und a storm of hisses that was
directed at the shouttr from all arts
of the hall helped the work amazingly.
GEARIN SECONDS NOMINATION.
At lOlVO p. m., when the demonstra
tion's last cry had died away, Chairman
Clayton directed the secretury to con
tinue the calling of the roll of states.
Arkansas passed and California yielded
to Oregon. Kx Senator Gearlu of that
state then was Introduced to second the
nomination of Mr. llryan.
Senator Gearln mentioned the name of
Bryan in his first sentence, but it re
ceived but a ripple of applause, the en
thusiasm having completely spent itself.
The senator spoke but a few minutes und
left the stand with liberal applause.
Arkansas, which had passed early ill
the roll, gave way to North Carolina,
and Gov. Glenn of that state took the
stand to second the nomination of
Ihe crowd grew very Impatient as
the speaker continued his ml.lr.. ,t.
spite his declaration that he did not in
tend to make u speech. Ills peroration
and the name of Mr. llryan was entirely
iui in m moms oi cries mat was
hurled ut him.
Moit Important Newt Gathered From All Parti
of tha State.
Trim Fourth Celebration, Kentucklans
Fought on Train With Fatal Results.
Lexington, Ky. Four men woro
wounded, two probably family, In a
battle un n taxlnnton ft Kastcrn train,
ntnr Clay City.
Gordon Nelson, cattle dealer, of
Winchester, and Floyd Hortoti, of PI-
lotview, an cmployo of 7.nck Conner,
partner of Nelson, had been attending
an Independence day celebration at
Clay City, and quarreled over a cattlo
The quarrel was renewed on the
train, llorton drew a knife and Nel
son a rovnlrer. Passengers beenmo
pantc-atrlcken and rushed for the
doors. Many wero knocked down and
trampled, llorton closed on Nelson
and began stabbing him.
When tho train waa stopped at
Bhawnce it was found that llorton had
been shot through tho left breast and
Nelson was stabbed In tho left tem
ple. Doth wero unconscious.
Miller Dennis, of Winchester, a pas.
rcnger was shot through Ihe neck. C.
E. Gambon, also of Winchester, was
rut by flying glass. Gambon left tho
train at Winchester, but the others
vcre brought to Islington and placed
in Good Samaritan hospital. Tho phy
sicians say there is Uttlo chanco for
the recovery of Nelson nnd llorton.
FINAL STEP TAKEN
In Court in Caleb Powers Case, Which
Has Cost the State $40,000.
Frankfort, Ky. When Judge J. 8.
Morris, In Georgetown, ordered tho
case of the commonwealth against Ca
leb Powers stricken from tho docket
of the Scott circuit court the last step
In this noted murder case was taken.
Judge Morris ordered the expense
of the last trial, amounting to U.001).
paid, nnd the Marlln rifle, said to havo
been used In kilting Govbel, returned
to Grant 1- Roberts, or this city. Thu
trial of Powers has cost tho stato
Tho cases of Taylor. 1'lnley and oth
ers will be called at the next ternr of
tho Franklin circuit court, and Gov.
WiUson will be asked to issue requisi
tions for tho two In Indiana.
Brltton Case Passed.
Lexington, Ky. Tho caae of William
nrltton. charged with thn assassina
tion of James Cockrelt, in llreathltt
county, was continued until the next
term of tho Fayette circuit court on
motion of the commonwealth. A sim
ilar charge agalnat Alexander and Kl
bcrt Hsrgls and Jesse Splccr was
passed until later, but they will also
be continued. It Is bellnvH the cases
will ultimately be filed away.
Pipe Line Survey.
Fullerton, Ky. Tho Columbia Gas
Klectrlc Co., of Cincinnati, has fin
ished the survey for Its pip? line from
the West Virginia fields to tho Ohio
river, completing the longest survey
for this purpose In tho whole world.
The line crosses the Dig Sandy river
north of lxulsa and strikes this coun
ty at Cannonsburg, extending down
Waa Forced To Steal.
Louisville, Ky. lister Tadd, one of
two men arrested on a charge of hav
ing robbed the Kosmnsdale Kst ofMc,
near here, claims to be a Yalo alum
nus, and says that he waa forced to
sleal to buy bread for his wife and
child. He wns taken Into custody
together with Thomas Uttlewood,
Their cases wero transferred to the
Varsity Student Drowned.
Ixiulsvllle, Ky. Harold J. Murray,
19, a Btudent at State university, was
drowned In sight of several friends In
the Ohio rlv-r, near Goose Island.
Murray was swimming along by n
boat. The wind swept the boat awny,
and as his comrades could not swim
Murray was left to drown.
Still Is Captured.
Owlngsvlllc, Ky. Deputy United
States Marshal Ram Jackson, of this
placo, and posse, after several days'
search In Powell county, found n new
cepper still containing 800 gallons or
beer, which they destroyed. AH tho
Chis. D. Butner Succumbs.
Frankfort, Ky. Judge Charles D.
Putner, uged 84 years, a prominent
Jurist and politician, died nt Tyrone.
Ho was a first cousin of Senator-elect
W. O. Ilrndley. Ho was well known
throughout the state.
Clark Addresses Association,
Louisville. Ky. J. H. Clark, of Cln
elnnatl, was tho chief speaker at the
session of tho Kentucky Funeral Di
rectors' association. Ho vnoko cn
"L'mbnlmlug und Sanitation."
Found Under a Bed.
Louisville, Ky. Taylor Smith, col
ored, was arrested and placed in jail
by tho police. Ho was discovered In
an Intoxicated elate, with n knife lu
hand, under u bed In tho residence ot
G. B. Pumphroy.
Winn Delays Meetlnp.
ML Sterling. Ky. Tho meeting of
(he republican statu central commit
tee, calltd for Wednesday next, was
postponed by Chalimmi Winn until
WedncEday. July 15. The incetlug
will bo held Iu Louisville
Ftlendt of Missing Farmer Thmk Hi
Has Been Murdered.
Hopklnsvllle, Ky. Borne of it,
dlers who havo been station)! InT
county came hero nnd left it , i
Hived, for Cobb, Caldwell rour'e .
pormanent camp. It la bellevri .
ho established there. The la'esi t
rotations In Westorn Kenturkv
'ported to have taken pl.tco In the tr
i rlfnrv tinlurOAM rVriiljuiM us
Cobb. Thero Is a persistent "r-r
that a young farmer near the (aldio
county line waa taken out of his hc-3,
on mo nigni or .May 17 by night mn
and has not boon heard from
One theory is that ho was mi.ri";i
as he had been Previously ihr.-..".
A barn In the same neighborhood u
ucuroyea oy nre wnne tne ownrr u
nway. It Is reported that the i,-
of Cobb are much opposed to havi
soldiers stationed there, and tha' r.,
win rutuso to sell tha camp iut.;....,
LOADED BUQQY $HIP
Used To Kill Rival For Younj We
Paltll aim. tT Vtr.lLI.- .
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mil uihi i.uurcn, BUOUl s.X r -i
soutn or thl city, William Ntl n ;
si. was assaulted by John V h
who dealt him a blow on h' r
with the loaded butt of a bux-v
Ififllrllnr tn Irttiirv )ilfh '.i
....... .....v.. ... .J cfl
I the death of Noble.
An examination showed that a'
rt-asel hsd been broken In M:e ' ;
I Vl1it1a m. I lli.j.iili...l L
n MM,. ta.tVM.VIIVU IU J t.
iimii wuu u.i cu 111 gin) a" (is v j
certain young woman. Whn t- ui
.niiiM Willi nr un mum ,
'threat. Nichols came to this 1 i.l
1 when It was learned that l'j
I.A.I rl I ... I lm llluiln lila a r- a . - 4 .
not been arrested.
Singleton's Slayers Arretted.
Newport, Ky. Walter We .
Grace Hllllngsby, accused rt '
dor of ttqulre Robert I Sirs
this city, nearly n year ago . .
arrest. Tho woman waa a'
'Chicago and West was fout.l
ten. They will bo brough i
nstl. Tho arrest of the enu
up one of the most brutal '
committed In this section In
Singleton's Son Dies 8uddcny
Newport. Ky. Fred G H
son of the late Knulra Kdwa J '
ton, was suddenly stricken un
titled of the arrest of the . i-
tho murder of his father r J (
soon after his physician nn'r ! "
physician says ho died from si r
leptlc convulsion, brought cn t7 -
shock of tho notification of 'I." t
ot the couple who aro being fccM
the munlur of his father
Formed State Body,
I)utsvllle, Ky. A delega". t r
txomers went to Kmlnence '-
ennferenen nn heltnr hlrhwati it
I.. I i i . . . n ti- '
iiiiu. rorwer i.ieui. wui n
made tho address of wrlccr
Oor. WiUson was among the s
The nts aood lloads assocls i;3".
Twenty Will Contest.
Frankfort. Ky. Twelve m m
fnmnni. tha. I a r . In rnriff II P" Kf?
tuckr at tho national shoot s" f-
Perry, and they aro to be select d '
u w J U
20 militiamen who have qua
sharpshooters. Tho 20 men
to decide who will compos
Latonla Meeting Closes Down-
Covington, Ky. Latonla s
nollntT rinin In a.i unit with
I , i. a t. 1 1, - t-T
day, Tho meeting has been a -j
i:ini innure nun iuu miiu -' j
CU IU CIOFC. II IB HOW lliu-.j" -i .
. . ,
tne race tracK win never n-i
Robbed While He Slept.
Loxlnetnn. kv. C. Dickers
cently discharged soldier f 'j
Douglass, Bait Lako City v rn
her in conmanv with a sal'" r1
Duller, reunited to tho p - '? 1
ho had been robbed of
Bracken Oets Her Share.
Augusta, Ky. IJqulty ofll 1
are In rcoilpt of a check t.r V
In part payment for 190C F. "T
bncco shipped from this coun'i
makes VXI.W0 sent Into thl c -
during tho past two wcoks in i
for Equity tobacco.
Money For Tobacco Grower
..oxingrun, ivy. aocreiarj' - -
the Fayetto board of control
Uted H,0U0 to tobacco gr
un tuiiiuy miuoy jiuuivu
rt cently sold.
Stranae Assault Case.
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ward O'UrliMi In thu Coined r
oralis' homo ut Peweo Valley
nv T.ilm MpPrAfirv wntlt to I K -
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are ItuniU.is of tlio home
r.m.n Tn flu Triad on Its MfriU
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Ill Whttolnv .'ountv. KelltU'K
case will go Into tho state fl ' r
to be tried out on Its merit"