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THE SALT S LT LAKE HERALD TUlSSBAY T DAY Y OCTOBER O rc QBER BER 13 1908 1908l r
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ARGUMENTS FOR FORLYNCH FORlYNCH FORt t
r 1 LYNCH LYNCHAND AND ANDKING ANDKINGI KING KINGi
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Arc Made For New Trial in Su Supreme Supr Sureme ¬
preme pr reme me Court CourtsBOTHA Courtt CourtBOTHA CourtBOTH
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BOTHA A CASE IS JJP ALSO ALSOOCTOBER ALSOOCTOBER ALSOOCTOBER
r OCTOBER TJOOt Y3i BBflUJTS aIJrlf1IW aIJrlf1IWLA Ii mrw mrwLAWYBJWI
LAWYBJWI LA WYXU AD3CITT31D AJ 0 BAH BAHArgument UItI iiT iiAr
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i Argument Ar gumenta for a new trial for Jamns JamnsIynrh J JamcaLynch m s sT
T Iynrh the escaped pfd murderer of Colonel ColonelGodfrey ColonelCodfrfY
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Godfrey Prows and his partner R L LKing Ling LIing I
King ing were heard late yesterday after afterTiion aCter11110n
Tiion 7 + Jon by the judges Judg of the state supreme supremecourt supremecourt supremecourt
court While deputy sheriff state statepenitentiary statept statepenltentiarY
penitentiary pt > attaches and citizens were weres weres7ouring re reourlng
s7ouring s urlng > th the country for the alleged allegedring allegedring allegedring
ring leader in the fatal holdup o otethe otetheSheep ttw ttwShpep Ul UlShf
Sheep Shf > lp Ranch gambling ambltn house oil on Com Commercial Cornneretal ¬
mercial 4 fOrdal street his attorneys H C Ed EdWards EdWards Edwards I
Wards and William F Wanless were weretrying Weretrying ete etetryln
trying tryln < < to convince the supreme court courtthat ecurtthat tun tuntllat
that Lynch did not kill Colonel Prowse Prowsebut Prowsebut Protasebut
but that another man did As regards regardsKing resardKing regardsKing
King they argued that he did not have haveanything haveanyt haveanything
anything anyt lng to do with the killingDOt killing not be being beIng being ¬
ing there at the time timeThe timeThee timeThe
The arguments were fade > > during th thafternoon t tatt the theafternoon
afternoon att rnOn session of the rtrnt day of the theOctober thfOto theOctober
October Oto r term of that tribunal In the themorning themnrnlng themrrning
morning Attorneys William F 1 < Wanless Wanleisrand Wanlessand WanJeAnd
and Judge Jud < < e M M Warner of Provo ar argwed arJrUd argued
gwed the motion for a new trial for forCharles forarJ forharlea
Charles arJ Botha better bett r known as Dutch DutchOharllr DutchCharll DutchCharlie
Charlie When they had been con concluded coneluded coneluded ¬
eluded Attorneys Attor e W K Reid and andJudge andJUdge andJudge
Judge H P Henderson Hender on argued for a anew anew anew
new trial for John Edmund who is isaccused isaCtueed isaccused
accused of stealing ten sheep from Ben Benjamin Benjamin Benjamin ¬
jamin Davis and Thomas R Davis on onNov onNov onNov
Nov 1 1902 tOZ He was tried before Judge JudgeJacob Jucl JudgeJacob < < e eJacob
Jacob Johnson at Manti on Jan It 1 bill 1403and 13and billand
and after being belli found guilty wax sen sentenced IleDfenced aeutenced ¬
tenced on March 9 to four years in the thestate Uketate thestate
state penitentiary penitentiaryIn
In all three of the criminal eases As Assiatant AJIlstan AsaI
siatant aI lstan tent t Attorney Attorne General White represented repre represented repreented ¬
sented the interest lnt of 0 the common commonwtalth commonWfaJth commonwealth
wealth wtalthLawyerg WfaJthLawy wealthLawyers
Lawyers Lawy Admitted to Practios PractiosWhen ZrastioeWhen H HWhen
When the court convened conft ed and ad after afterseveral afterera afteraeveraI
several era I unimportant cases had been beendisposed 1MeJdllJpo beendisposed
dllJpo disposed ed of by motion mot either being con continued CODtlrlued continued ¬
tinued for a spectted ttai tIIn4 or Mfttimied orOllptlftuedndeftnltely Mfttimiedindefinitely On tttnued tttnuedndeflnitely
indefinitely the following young Y UIIC meo meowere JMItWere me meWere
were admitted to practice prat ice in th be state stateRobert MateRobert stateRobert
Robert Baird Porter Timothy C HoytWilt Hoyt HoytWill HoytWill
Will Carleton Braffett George Cooper CooperBuckle CooperBuckle CooperBuckle
Buckle Arthur Victor Quinn and John JohnAdams JohnAdam JohnAdams
Adams ttneddon ttneddonThe SneddonThe ned4onThe
The ant of the four criminal cases to tobe tohe tobe
be argued was w that of Botha It was wascontended wallc wascontended
contended c > nten ed in his behalf that the shooting shoot shooting bootfng ¬
ing of his wife was accidental and that thathe thatIe thathe
he Ie had just provocation to take the life lifeof lifeof lifeof
of William TlhMtts because ot the al alleged allg ¬
leged lg d actions of the man tows toward towardBothas to towUe z zBotas
Bothas wife In the afternoon Judge JudgeM
M X Warner of Provo visited the pen penitentiary penI penItettflary ¬
itentiary I and secured eured an affidavit Afllda Tit from fromTrusty fromTrullt7 fromTrusty
Trusty J C Schuckers to the effect e < < eet that thatduring thatdurln thatduring
durln during the progress of the break Friday Fridayevening lrIdayfvfnlns Fridayevening
evening Botha did not make a request requestto
to be released from his cell that he hemight nemight e emlht
might make an attempt to escape escapeThe HCpeThe escapeThe
The court then took a recess until untiloclock 2 2oclock 3oclock
oclock when the sheepstealing case casewas ca casewat e ea
was a argued ar It was followed by the theLynrh theL7nch theLynch
Lynch and King to eases The arguments argumentslasted argwnentJtt argumentslasted
lasted Jtt > d until after the usual hour for the theadjournment thea4IoWIItIMDt theadjournment
adjournment of court but It t was w con continued eontf continned ¬
tinned tf to give the attorneys an oppor opportusjfty opporto opportudty
tusjfty to complete their statements statementsDistrict statementsDistrict tatementeDlatrict
District Court CTotee CToteeVictor XoteVIetor NoteaVictor
7 Victor Peterson of Bfngham who bo was wascoBVfeted as ascoaYIeted
coBVfeted last at week of involuntary involuntarymanslaughter InvoluntaryIn i
In manslaughter lPMbter ter in riding 11d1 down an and ned nedden acci acciden aceldeaaaurkIJ8N
deaaaurkIJ8N den trt41ulpg tally Vimps FI Florence Ulcks p be bearraigned bea bearraigned
arraigned a for sentence this u morning mornln mornlnlMtf
befont lMtf Judge Charles W Morse In the thecrhninal thedlTtsioc thecrhntnal
crhninal division of the district court courtRosa courtBoq courtlbsa
Rosa Bausch has applied appll l for letters lettersof Jette Jetteof
of adsjttaistraUon in the mWtter tter of the theestate theeatate theestate
estate of s r Rostna Strum Rausch UItCh who whodied whodied Whodleil
died on Aug S of this year leaving leaTlD an anestate anetltate anestate
estate valued at 426hllrs 426 426Mrs 426Mrs
Mrs Haute Loveless Love has brought suit
for divorce from Henry Loveless Lovel on the theKrouodn thegroull thegrounds
grounds groull lll of desertion and nonsupport nonsupportwere
They were married In this city on < ft1 Oct OctS
3 ISM 1 The wife asks for the custody custodyot cu tody todyo
ot o their child Thelma aged 8 years yearsANNIVERSARY yeraAHftlYERSARV yearsANNIVERSARY
ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION CELEBRATIONOrpsttUMr CELEBRA lON lONrp
4 OrpsttUMr rp BS Home Nursery Sou Bounden JrouBdKYCMUS Boundeni1ateen ded dedKtaeiesa
Ktaeiesa Tears Age AgoYMtday AgoYMtdayIftt Yesterday TeatercUiyThswi Yesterdayinterested
Thswi interested Iftt In the e philanthropic philanthropicwork phllanthroptcwOlkflit philanthropicwork
work wOlkflit e t r rescuing reeeul + and caring for orphanstoot orphans orphansmet orptuwaJlMt
r met ysflterday 1oste rday Y afternoon at t the Orphans
J Horn H Munery Jfor fursery err Mt South State street
for the purpose of participating In the therelebratfon tbefJebratJ thet
relebratfon t fJebratJ n of the nineteenth anniversary anniversaryaCtke ver ary
aCtke the fOwMtng of the Institution The TheMstfy TIlety Thety
Mstfy ty met in the parlors of the nursery
j TIle TkeTVt tendance of those in sympathywith sympathy Ylapatbwttk
with the work was w very large aq At the thecottciuxion theCODeIuPlloa
j cottciuxion sloe of the arranged programme
utIt t refreshments were served servedie rveeL
The ie feature of o t the exercises was the
historical sketch by Mrs Arthur Brown Brownchairman Brownch4 Brownchairman
chairman ch4 rman of the finance committee co U and
historian of the board of directors It ItcMty Itpe Itgave
pe a complete resume of what lIat tile so society 0 0clety
cMty has done since lnc It was w founded nine ¬
teen year ago Early recoUeetiona reeoIIeo oDa of
the home was the > theme of a discourse
by Mrs John McVlckers The workot work k of
the board and what It has accompllslied a
SLSSfSf In u Uraea past W2f was told by MraTFrank MN Prank Thank
KtmlMlL Mrs Hemphill could not be beu bepteent
pteent t and her place was taken by ° 11I Mrs
J Josephine J u hlD bins Adams A ama Johnson who gave an anoutHbs
outHbs 0 of Mrs I
Hemphlirs s persona rec recolleettons recollecd roeulltaedoas e
olleettons ollecd lua of almo almost t a score Orf of Ie vearv la laR
bor shin = ahe the lives or little ones MN
R If I Atwer iIUI M Lt ss k on 01 th the work w de tIene e It y
Mesdwgea x VaSCST v Trent and A aBat C n Bas er erkin
kw k TIle work Mrs Putnam Putna has accom accomThe
P plltih d was told by Mrs Aglpy Aglpyr Aglpythe 1b7 1b7TIle
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The regular r C1llar monthly meeting JDee me Un nK g of the he
Womans Democratic club will be held heldon heldon heldon
on Wednesday W Oct 14 at 290 2 at the thertsJdeuue the11IM therestdsnoe
rtsJdeuue 11IM of Mrs Roundy Ro ii41 M West
First North All club members urged ur d
to attend Friends welcome welcomeFOOTBALL welco welcoF welcomeFOOTBALL
FOOTBALL F OTBALL EXCURSION TO LO LOGAN lOGAN LOGAN
GAN GANS GANkf1Udq GANltttuday
S kf1Udq tttTdaj Oct 17 17Via 17VIa 17Via
Via Oregon Short Line Round trip
Icy Ut Special train I a L m Re Returning Retu Returning
turning tu leave Logan 1 7M p Po m U of
U vs Agricultural college co ep Good Goodfame Goodpme Goodgame
fame pmeTry assured assuredTry as red x xis
is Try a disk iitt K 1gnt ner e kited sJted e4 BeaDs Beannperred BeaDsMrT Beansserved
served MrT free at Conns CoIm S dry good store storeI
I to the cloak and cult ait department departnaent6ivc deP8lhDMtJolla departmentD departmentJohe
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PECiU SPEtJp SPECULATORS SPECULATORSREAP LAfORS LAfORSREAP
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L lid Li d Commissioner Favors F avots Re Repeal RepaJ RtePe1 ¬
peal of Timber and Stone Act ActHEAVY ActHEAVY ActHEAVY
HEAVY INCREASE IN INENTRIEB INENTRIEBJrXGUXES ENTRIES ENTRIES3TGTTBES ENTR1ESBIGVBES
3TGTTBES UPON WHICH BHPOBT BHPOBTIS
IS L BASED BASEDSpecial WLSEDSpecial
C8 Special tt to Tb The Herald HeraldWashington H HeraldWashington rald
Washington Oct UIo 12 In Ms forth forthcoming fen fencominl t tcoming
coming annual report Land Con Commis Commissioner COIIIIDIalIioner nI5 nI5afoner ¬
sioner Richards will present forceful forcefularguments forcefulnmeaw forcefularguments
arguments in favor of the radicalmodifteatton radical radicalmodification
modification of the u Uif timber and stone stoneact atoneact
act He e builds his Ia I arguments upon uponthe uponthe
the showing of rapidly increasing Ine tim timber Umber timher ¬
ber entries in late years yearsOut yearsOUt yearsOut
Out of 171180 acres acretlof of public PG1 Dc 1MI landsentered lands landsentered III IIIetered
entered during the past fiscal focalpeSr year 1 ib222
765222 b222 were covered by timber um umor entries entriesor entriesor
or more than three time the t area of oftimber orUm oftimber
timber Um r entries in the th preceding p year yearThis YeaThis yearThis
This growth is i better appreciated when whenIt whenit
It is known that in the twentyJva twentyJvayears tent71vyears twentyJveyears
years the timber and stone act hast hastbeen buMoen hasbeen
been operative opera ve less l s than 7MMM 7 acres acresall acresall eftIIall
all told have been entered under its itsprovisions itaprovlsiona itsprovisions
provisions provisionsCommissioner provlsionaComml provisionsCommissioner
Commissioner Comml lon J Richarddobte Richards objects b f to the thetimber theUmber thelimber
timber and stone act because It allows allowsetitrymen allowileartrymenlarply allowstutrymen
etitrymen eartrymenlarply largely speculator 1to > < o ac acquire acqtdre acquire ¬
quire for 250 5O an acre land that ar areasily aN aNeuny areeasily
easily worth 100There 100 100There eo eoThere
There Is no doubt that the e law la labeing IaMine isbebig
being taken advantage Tantage of otfnr ty specu speoulators speculators peoulaton ¬
lators who are getting tti rich at t the ex expense exp expanse ¬
pense p tuIe of the rovernm government nt and of men menfor metfor mesfor
for whose benefit the law lawu was primarily primarilypasecd prtniyJUlHd primarilypaused
paused says lIy he It is I right that this thisUmber lhisUber thistimber
Umber should be cut and used cOol coattnercilly com commercially cOolIaJIT ¬
mercially IaJIT but the government should shouldget shealdget slid slidgft
get an adequate return for parting partingwith partingIth partingwith
with Ith property propertyKatured Matured timber should shouldbe shouldbP shouldbe
be cut when ripe J alp Therefore I would wouldnot wouldnot ould ouldnot
not favor a law that proposed propo ed to f4 cut cutoff eu cutoff
off 0 < < all sales but I believe that thepresent the theprevent tLfPI
prevent PI 1IeDt law to defective and should ouI4 be berepealed here berepelled
repealed re The government has more moretimber moretimber moretimber
timber land than air the lumber com companies eompanIet co n npanied ¬
panies own together toset together and it wottlri O It1 not notbe notbe notbe
be just to put a fence about the forestayfd t tViet forest forestajtd
Viet forbid cutting cuttingCommissioner euttfagCommissIOner cuttingCommissioner
Commissioner Richards aura al o omend recom recommends rticommends ¬
mends the repeal re 1 of the commutation commntatlditclause commutationclause commDlatwclauae
clause af 8 the homestead acte1s act actINDICTMENTS acta actINDICTMENTS
a e1s o oINDICTMENTS
INDICTMENTS NO GOOD GOODKansas GOODKansas I IXan
Xan Kansas u Jurist Juri t Escapes Trial on Nina Ninateen Ninetn Ninesteen
teen Counts CountsKansas CountsKanta CountsKansah
Kansas Kanta City Mo Oct Oct 12 l 12A A spe special special apeclal ¬
cial to the Star from Leavenworth LeavenworthKan LvenwortaKaa
Kan says saysJudge H7SJudce saysJudge
Judge John F Phillip in the United UnitedState UpltedStates UItIteISta
State Sta circuit court here ere today handed halMlMlclown bandeddown handeddown
down a decision holding in effect that thatnone fJatnone thatnone
none of the nineteen counts in the first firstindictment ftat11Hltetlllilmt AtiltIndieti
indictment Indieti et against nc former Jud Judge 1 e Wil William WIlliam Witham ¬
liam Martindale who was wa indicted Indlc l l by bythe Drthe bythe
the federal ted Jury on the alleged charge chargeof
of misappropriating the funds of 0 the thedefunct thedeLunct thedefunct
defunct First National bank of Emporia Em Emporia Emporta
poria are good There is I still till another anotherindictment anotlterindictment anotherIndictment
indictment against Martindale in eonudetlon con connection conneCtion ¬
nection with the handling of fu fueveral funds n nseveral w wseveral
several small bank feeders to the FirstNational first firstNational PttWtNational
National of JBmporla JBmporlaThe XnworlaThe JJWNrlaTbf
The indictments against Judge Jud < < e Mar Martindale Afartindale far farUn ¬
Un tindale a1e who w G was vice president pre deot of the theconcern t ttOI1cern theconcern
concern grow out of the failure CaU of oCthe ofthe ofthe
the First National bank in IBM whenPresident when whenPresident wh whPrealdent
President Charles Cross a noted cattle cattlebreeder cat cattlebreeder II IItnecler
breeder committed mltted suicide after afterIIiTeatiptlon an aninvestigation altinvestigation
investigation that disclosed the thefact thefacttbat factthat fact factthat
that he had lost the banks money m mpeedatlon to tospeculation I Ispeculation
speculation Although Cross left leftc01lflon a aconfession acbpfesslon
confession exonerating MartiiWale MarUlI a1e thelamg the thelatter the1a
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latter 1a waa insisted inliItedDEMANDS insistedDEMANDS > i ie iDEMANDS
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DEMANDS REFUSED REFUSEDStrike REFUSEDStrike
Strike Probable PlO b ble on Line Lln of Chicago OhicagoCity ChicagoCity ChicagoCity
City Railway Company CompanyChicago CompanyChicago CompanyChicago
Chicago Oct 12 12Renewed Renewed refusal to togrant topaDt togrant
grant the demands of employes for increased in increased Inwaae ¬
creased wages and the exclusive xclu lve em employment emIoyment employment ¬
ployment of union men was given to today today today ¬
day by the Chicago City Railway Rallw com company company company ¬
pany C O Pratt general organiser organiserand organIHd organiserand
and d a committee of the Amalgamated AmalgamatedStreet Amalgamatedstreet
Street 9tre t Railway Rallwa Employes called at this thisofllce tMoeee theslice I
ofllce with authority of r Ute companys companysemployes COInPATsI COInPATsemployes companysemployee I
employes to order a referendum ifete ifeteas wteM reeteas
as to the advisability advl abillty of a strike unless un unless VAJ ¬
less J the company reconsidered an n d dvese cIanaw dvcrse
vese vcrse answer anaw to the demands mands Gen General OenXanqer Gneral ¬
eral Manager McCulloch told the com committee COllln ceaqinittee ¬
mittee n tt that the closed shop and the thewage tMwage thewage
wage increase could not be conceded conceded2r concedeiljJr
2r jJr McCullough however repeated repeaieehis renntehili repeatedhis < <
his offer to submit the whole case caseatbitration tq tqarbitration t4ttI t4ttIatltratlon
arbitration atbitrationREFUSED arbitrationREFUSED I
REFUSED TO TESTIFY TESTIFYWatson TESTIFVWaWon TESTIFYWatson
Watson Feared He Mi Might kt Incriminate IncriminateHimself lacriminteHimaelf
Himself HimaelfChicago HimMlfChicago HimselfChicago 1
Chicago Oct 12 121amee James S Watsoformer Watson Watsonformer Wa Watormer
former president of the Peter Brother Brothercompany Brot Brotcompany Brotherscompany
company refused to testify te tit7 before beforeBankruptcy betbreBankruptcy j jnkruptcy
Bankruptcy Referee Frank E Weeantoday Weeantoday Weean Weeantoday
today regarding the rebates sfUd w to tohave toMve tohave
have been bee received from tran trangpottatlon transporta transportation potta pottatJon ¬
tion companies In connection with the thecommission theeomm1l1ton thecommission
commission business bu 1nea of that concern concernWatson concetD concetDWat80n concernWatson
Watson took the position that such t ttinsoay tt tee teethpeny
tinsoay might t incriminate Mm as asgiving fIlM fIlMYlD he hegiving
giving YlD < < or receiving of rebates is an of offense oCte offense ¬
fense te against apl t the laws In WII The question queatfonwaa quelltJon4DA11 questionwas
was flmUly 4DA11 submitted to the neteree 118 118an for foran Uxan
an orilnton orilntonIfUBWACBS GlnloDJro1tJfAGJ3S odnbaFURNAGBS
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IfUBWACBS GLCMSJB DOWN DOW1TCohtWbUB DOWHCo DOWNColumbus
Columbus Co bwI 0 Oct 12 12A A special 8 lal to tothe totbe tothe
the Dispatch from Youngftown 0 Osays 0a 0says
says a In compliance with the he agree agreement agreemeae agreemeat ¬
meat of the furnace operators to close closedown c10 closedown e edown
down for the purpose of restricting re trlctlD < < the theproduction th thPJOducUoa theproduction
production of pig Pi < < iron the Laurel furnace fur furnace furDAce ¬
nace at Hueltoft Basel ton owned by th Ute Re Republic Jtepublic Republic ¬
public Iron Jb Steel company companydown d ddown cIoIe4 cIoIe4clown
down today Other furnace turn ce In the Ma Mahoning XaboDIng Mahoaing
honing valley are making preparations preparationsta p pto
to close and the indication are that taatthe tbttbe thatthe
the agreement will be carried out to the theletter theletter theletter
letter
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3A1TDIT8 IDXNTIEID IDJINTIFIBLincoln IDENTIFLUDLincoln i iLincoln
Lincoln Neb Oct IJ 18t St Joseph de detectives det detectlvea ¬
tectives t tlv today toda at the penitentiary bsfe bsfepositively he o opositively j jI
positively identified photographs pbot papU ot
I John J bn King Xl Charles Je Rain and George
I Sveras the men now aD in jail at Beat Beatrice Beatrice ¬
rice charged with holding up a Bur Bu
I llagton passenger train near Amaxonla Anaaso
Mo two weeks s ugo o as those tho e of the al ¬
leged robbers The Ti detective have M Mto gem
to Beatrice to make the IndentiOcation IndentiOcationoosaplate ImleDtlAeaUOnIt lndentiicatlonComplete
Complete CompleteSETTLED x xSKPTUCD
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SETTLED DOWJf DOW TO O WORK WOBKCamp WORKcamp WORKCamp
Camp Young West Point Ky Oct
IX 128lDce Since the departure of tie the e state statetroops tatetroops
troops the regulars have settled do down rn
to steady hard work which will con contteue contlaue conttaue
tteue until Friday when they will 111 111IMe
leave for their home stations The Theproblem TJteproblem gheeproblem
problem today Involved advance and andrear aAdrear andrear
rear guard movements movementsWILL movem movemantao ats atsWILL
o tqa w wWILL
WILL HAVE RA VB CIVIL TRIAL TSIALPittsburg TRIALPttt TRIALPittaburs
Pittsburg Pttt burc Oct 12Private John JohnDowd JohnDowd lohnD4
Dowd D4 wd the United States Stat 8 sentry who whoshot whobot whoshot
shot bot and killed William H Crowley Crowteynear CrowJeynear Crowleynear
near the United States arsenal several severalweeks lleveralWMk severalweeks
weeks ago 0 and > was 8 later tried trI by bycourtmarttal byCOUrtmarUal bycotrtmartial
courtmarttal and exonerated was wasturned W8tvned wasturned
turned over to the civil authorities for furtrial fortrial
trial today todayWAIVED todayWAIVED todayWAIVED I
WAIVED HIS APPEAL APPZALToronto APPEALTOlODto APPEALToronto
Toronto Ont Oct 12 ULeopold Leopold JStern J JStern 3Stern
Stern indicted at Washington in con COIlnectJon connection i inectjon
nectjon with nh the postal frauds has haswaived haswaived haswaived
waived his 18 a appeal peol ajtainst ll1IIt the extradi extradition extradItion extradition ¬
tion order recently reet > ntly obtained by the theInitefl theUnited
United States Slat4 > S authorities and will re rel Ietn ret 1
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