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investigation start some one high up lit lican politics behind all the 1 i 1 ll Hem for VwOuldTask the naiitee IS Jail Term of Repub tee jih pal affairs from acell in Salem jail iMt two TodaytKe exsailr months ias ruled town with iron hind of aMus hxiuse of at iard his night behind the He refused to eat last evening and at the n facing it Bawifit found jHie after The an additional jenalty irfl Dosed late Judge week ago anlawfu ly storing and sellinggasoline a his nowfamous filling a Wgb Newbtiry Having thrown himself upon th mercy of the pected to escape with asubstan But the icourt decirfe mus to jail Bossys reaction t the unexpected senteiice was sim lajrito a boy who has jus visited the port Payk the Action of the Totals i Batted for Mitchell Score by 3ursi 3 0 01 2 1 0 0 BeigOUghi 3 110 20 v cl iwSali ft fl 3 Ifei of pa feltci Jv e 1 ic n I secretary candidates p e t So Jvese complaints were directed at La Alfred T and William all of litchel off Time jf Giame Fi of carapaig that Pfirman Third United ms McGrbwan Yankees finally Brolse thecKarm which Grover Alexander was supposed to hold over them and drove Old Pete to here today as thjey e St Louis Cardinals in thesecondgame of MADISON U aon of campaign expenditures OiV Walter avcpubican nominee for recent primary election world series to continuedin Dane county today George the Yankees young despiteretJUgal of for v f ees steadied down after a shaky start and turned back the leaguers expenses jf the probe until such action is sanctioned by ad decision was promp ted by notice served on him yesterday Kirchof f local who protested against Dane county standing ex pehse of the investigation and warned that he would start u proceedings to prevent fuch expend it or would suit to recover money paid out by Femrite for expenses of the Kirehoffer declared his interest As a result of their which was even sjded and convincing than that in the the ieague champions weritvihtq tjie West tonight the serfeCii Louis leading their rivals for the world two to feared foeman pf the Yankees two years in a similar was ndt his old self this afternoom The heavy hitters of the York team got to and scoring eight their runs in thefirst ihree r pne of the New York runs came while old Mitchellwas in the box as relief twirler for Mex fourth i n hi n g hut was charged to the got his past most of V the Yankee batsmen fortherrestof jjamerallowing but two K By that time WaVe Length Modification Is Asked by Broadcasters ih his today Repubhcan taftvV ctijiySejri and woman s ibeen brought suffered iBreese was not explained Oncerning a state should borne bythe state and not by WASHINGTON opefl MemoS arid its womeiiof cations from some leading broad secretary of were of Of casters for modification of their te campaign wave length a in ments under the radio reallocation ef ore judge S in the the late Alvarb y y i to crn I fcperiorcourt investiga tion jlaii effecHve 11 wfere made the international isdrug trafr apnar public by the federal radio com earlier nervousness ai warden of of dedicatoryad on its lake special prosecutor A partial of the amazement in League of Na1 located the meant icinted by Judge Schem changes requested follows Kacifte asks cjtcluave of its channel makingwas o Capitol tfiat stiot and disburseand station r j dscribed a akull fracture EUS Continued eomnntteo in the new Jn jilOWII eased 1000 to watts exdusivfe use of from wankee but details are not Resolution Withdraws Sail Merger the A reso lution applrcation st mmissionejes Sen the Kansas Cfty SomBttern and the tneiriterferehce demanded don to consbliSaie their may 0e given ties waVffied today witi the in accfnitted frsvcT foroS Wood county
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