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Hammond Whiting Evening Times (Newspaper) - June 9, 1925, Hammond, Indiana Be Wear by i to Tobish mme a wc4bm4if t ind a a a Lari Pladt mostly Aio trate to Freak sort Ireat last Niglis ii 16,600 vol. Xviii no. 299. Tuesday Juke 9,1925. Hammond. Indiana president Horii Evaril bound ironic greatest reception he Ever got by George e. Dur9�o. Staff correspondent 1. N. Service in route to Washington with president Coolidge Jub 9.-�?president Coolidge Home word bound from the greatest re it Pron he Ever received in his political career was travelling East Gurard Tofty toward Washington there to Luy but two i eks before embarking on a summer vacation. That will keep him in new England until after labor Day. Duran of the Twenty seven hours than he stayed in the twin cities of Jill Nesotas where he featured the Hundredth anniversary of the first norwegian settlement in Meg pc president Coolidge witnessed the largest turn out in his Honor that he has Ever experienced. Approx a mutely people were jamm2j into the race track of the state fair grounds to hear his speech every a Preeti in St. Paul and Minneapolis that he traversed was lined solidly with Cit Lens of the North West. The Coolidge invasion of the wheat Belt was a personal Triumph in two ways. First he successfully demonstrated his popularity in thit Section of the country regarded As d stronghold and second be wiped out the odium of his Only other attempt to address the people of Tho twin cities. In 192, or. Coolidge then vice a resident visited Mann Esonia in behalf of the re election of senator Frank b. Kellogg competing with an exhausting heat and the Prospect of a horse Raca he was booed Down bad never completed his speech. Tasi erday people jammed the fair of a us is and oblivious to a howling wind and in intermit in rain cheered the president tto the a Cho throughout a 4s minute address. On his Way to the fair ground sixteen Miles of streets were packed with flags waving enthusiastic citizens. The presidential party in returning to Washington aboard the same Baltimore and Ohio special that brought them out to St. Paul. The same group is aboard in to mrs. Coolidge Secretary of state Kellogg senator Lenroot Secretary to the president Sanders the military aide and physician. Col. S. A. Cheney and major a f. Coupal. Senator Lenroot left the train at Madison. Wis., at 7 20 this morning where a Brief operating Stop was made. The president and his guests boarded their train last night at 9 80 following a Public reception in Honor of or. Coolidge staged att the a tata Cape Tol at St. Paul. For an hour the president resolved personally All those who desired to meet him. It was estimated that 30.000 people filed through the line with Early 10,000 disappointed. At Chicago this morn no shortly before noon the presidential special will switch Over from the Chicago and Northwestern to the Baltimore and Ohio Road on which the final stretch of the journey will be made. Did you hear that George Geyer drops a Post card from Windsor stating that Canada is a great country. Irving Chayken. Manager of Cousin s jewelry store. Is staging another sensational Sale. Half a dozen motorists were rounded up by the Speed cops for stepping on the Gas sunday Gardner Vorhees returned yesterday morning from Cincinnati where he had been on business a record number of traffic ordinance vol Lati is were pinched in Calumet City this last week end. The City Council. Of Calu met City will hold its regular meeting thursday Nighti old City Hall. The estate firm of Mcewen and Eesley has established a collection office in the Hammond building. Byron Marchin 96 Grover Street was picked off by Federal prohibition agents for violating the liquor Law. Hammond police Are hold ing a hound Puppy of some variety which was found wandering away from its Home. Judge Kowalski police magistrate of Calumet City was giving out cigars last saturday but no one seems to know what for. Tom Collins life guard tank in the Calumet City memorial Park has Saed a coup e of lives even this Early in Tuftie season. Civic clubs have agreed to furnish transportation for the girl scouts to Camp Betz. The kiwanis club will have Chairge of the first group june 15. The first Public band con Cert of the season will be held at Turner Field june 17. Cholly Clark of Community service is arranging the details. P. J. Mann realized a use Tong Abulon when or to Cir Lils team to three Oaks mich., his old Home and walloped the old Home to am there yesterday. Buck Weaver Buzz Fowler and Tony Seidler Send word from Eagle River v/is., that the Fleshin a is wonderful. They have even sent some line Spe Timens Home. Burglars took the Cash Register in their fifth raid on Alex Posa s soft drink parlor in Calumet City and Alex wonders if they la take the furniture next time. Boat rushes to drifter afloat on Lake Michigan a tug boat which was dispatched i seen someone adrift a mile and a from the Gary Harbor was racing to a spot one and one half Miles out into the Lake from Clark Road at Stockton at 10 30 o clock this morning in an Effort to locate a Man or boy who was seen adrift on some obstacle a Short time bore. Officials at Stockton reported to the Gary police that employees had half put in the Lake. They were unable to state whether the person in distress was in a boat on on a raft or clinging to a Board. Captain James Connelly got in touch with Mill off class who ordered a tug boat dispatched to the scene to locate the person battling the Waves. At noon no word had been received from the searchers. Eur Frank Stachowicz form Erly the City clerk of Calumet City has become a repro of native of the Stanley Sheppard real estate company of Chicago. Rot fudge of the Over land fudge company thinks it will move about july Farsi to its Beautiful new two Story building on the Southwest Corner of Hohman and Ogden Street?.hailkllidy 1 tfx Chat to the times Whiting ind., june so Hank Howdy Star Catcher of the new Tork giants will be the guest of Ito nor regular meeting of the Whiting Post american legion to a held in their rooms in the Community building tomorrow evening. A number of other big league stars who were in the world War will it company the giant Star. When War was declared in 1017, Gowdy was with the Boston braves and was considered the Star Catcher of the National league and although Aarn log a salary of $10,000 a year he gave up his Job with the braves enlisted at a salary of 30 a month and entered the service the Day the War was declared. He enter As a private shunned the soft jobs went through All the work that the average fighter goes through overseas was wounded in action and was cited for Bra vary. In his Honor the War department dedicated an athletic Field at one of the Eastern Cantonment naming it Gowdy Field. The Whiting Post is fortunate in to it eing Able to entertain this Sterling athlete and War hero and his services Are called for by legion posts in every City the giants visit. Hank Gody is an Active Legionnaire taking a part in legion activities whenever his time can be arranged. A big feed for this meeting one of the largest and Best of the year is planned by the entertainment committee and every Legionnaire is expected to attend. Walter Green manager of the Hammond scat Booster football team is rounding up athletes for the fall eleven and by first game time he plans of having a machine bigger and better than go North when the Harrison Park Lagoon is full of Bass inquires Quot a. J. Mcaleer who has been been seen looking with longing eyes into the Lagoon and May be caught fishing most any night. Rube Foster s american giants the world s most famous coloured baseball team will engage the Hammond team at Turner Field in a Twilight game thursday evening. The game starts at 6 45 o clock. With the positive Assurance of a unified transportation system being established in the twin City District directors of the East Chicago chamber of Commerce accepted an engineers report which recommends Many improvements in the passenger service Here in its entirety at a special meeting held in the Elk clubroom yesterday noon. Endorse in81jll plan their action is an endorsement of the Gary Street railway plan As promoted by the Samuel Insull corporation and practically assures the letting of the City s motor bus franchise to this concern. The report with the . Of chamber directors was sent today to members of the East Chicago Board of works and Council asking that these official bodies act for the consummation of a unified transportation system in the District. Whether the Board and Council members will accept the recommendations of chamber directors is a question. Of we dec Jami Pic. It Jedi. Believed they May to Complete the proposed unified plan of passenger service in the District the Insull group expect to co ordinate the Hammonds Whiting. East Chicago Street car company South Shore trains. South Shore Short line and Gary Street railway motor buses. These several branches would operate jointly and serve passengers to and from different Points throughout the City in a rapid transit Way. For its Perfec Teloh the Quot Green line Quot would probably be acquired by the Insull interest new. Schedules established by the South Shore the Quot third air on Chicago Avenue transferred Over to parallel with the b. Amp o. C t. Right of Way a motor bus system created As Well As other minor changes made. Between Twenty five and thirty motor buses Are proposed by the Gary Street railway company to be operated in the twin City District in co operation with its other transportation lines. These would make a Complete Circle of the City according to a map furnished As a supplement to the report. The routes of the buses As outlined would run West on Chicago Avenue turn South of Northcote Avenue East on islet Street North on Melville Avenue East on i48th Street North on Euclid Avenue East on 142r\d Street no the on grand blvd., Southwest on Michigan Avenue Northwest on Dickey Road Southwest on Riley Road South on Forsyth Avenue West on 142nd Street South on Baring Avenue East on 145th Street and South again on Forsyth Avenue to the Quot four Corners Quot making a Complete Circle of the was Chicago Indiana Harbor business and Industrial District. Are you careful 1925 Auto record for Lake county careless driving speeding disregard of the Soo Grade Crois Ings in Lake county jumping of cars. Jay walking ignoring of pedestrians rights and drunk eness Are most often the cause of Auto fatalities and injuries that happen. Aba will be the next victim to the Handicap with death the toll Sloe january lit m Lake county not including Petty accidents and smashes where no one was Hurt Auto deaths .26 Auto accidents_____76 Auto injuries________94 to Moneow ? Albert Davidson 510 Ingraham Avenue. Calumet City was run Down by an automobile from his own town last evening in Hammond and received injuries the out Conni of which is still in doubt. He had driven his car East along Plummer Avenue to a Point about 100 feet East of bulletin Street where he swung to the curb and stopped. He started to alight from Tho left Side of the machine As san Williams 519 Douglas Avenue Calu to fist a or about Tif i tilt t#6m the East. Williams sounded hit Horn and attempted to Stop his car. But could not avoid strip Altig David son As he stepped backward from the machine. Davidson was knocked Down and was unconscious when taken to St. Margaret s Hospital. He is suffering with concussion of the brain caused by surly Long his head on the pavement. All members of the a. B. C. Club Are warned to he in attendance 2.t the regular weekly meeting tomorrow in order to secure the political plums which will be handed out by Pikey Price newly elected president. A Johnson motor for your boat. The colonial 147 state St. 6 5-tf phone Hammond 678 to re a Etri a Al Imler. 4a3-tf the elusive Art Chester with his air plane equipped with a new double ignition 600 horse Power motor will be in Hammond for sure the latter part of this week. His decoration Day trip was delayed by his old motor. It the h. S. Seniors were successful in hiding away from the juniors yesterday in their annual senior Junior Hunt and How the juniors did sweat to find them. They never thought of the territory near Phil Smidts capt. Rimbach delivered Sharp lectures to a Bunch of Young motorcyclists who caused numerous complaints sunday by the Racket of their open cutouts. He promised More serious consequences if they fail to observe the rules. The was radio concert Parthenon Drew a big crowd last evening. J. F. Gero formerly of Hammond but who moved to Lake Wood fla., some time ago died there last thursday. Or. Gero was the father of mrs. Grace Palmer Selg Field. Some idea of the extent of Hammond s radio audience May be gained from the Large size of the crowds which turned out for the two shows Given by the Quot solemn old judge Quot of was and his troupe of entertainers Parthenon last evening. The Epworth league of the first m. E. Church is presenting Quot the Gypsy a comedy in three acts High school auditorium Friday night. The proceeds Are for the methodist Hospital in Gary. Tickets Are on tale at Wal Green s for 50 father special to the times Whiting. Ind., june 9wyram o. Spoor Hamlet ind., who was Tat in lest week by Whiting officers charged with issuing worthless checks was paroled into the custody of Hia father j. S. Spoor an employee of the b. And 0. Railroad and ordered to report to the court monthly by judge Sullivan yesterday. Following numerous attempts to Cash two checks and one successful attempt Young Wyram was arrested by officer Wagner last week and held in jail until the arrival of his father. It Vas his habit police say to Start a Bank account with a Small Deposit withdraw the Deposit keep the Book and then Issue checks on the worthless account. 1 juniors use their telescopes in vain for the class of 1925. Popular opinion has conceded the Victory to the seniors in the annual Junior senior Hunt of the Hammond High school which was held last night. The so lors so securely secreted themselves that in the four hour time allowed the juniors to find them they remained immune from All persecution by the class of 26. This year the seniors hid themselves in a body near the shores of Wolf Lake close to the Illinois state line. Dec Ping to the members of the graduating class they were at to time in danger of discovery. In the past the senior Hunt has been the occasion for a general free-for-a8l Between the boys of the two classes. Several years ago the seniors hid Over on the Lake front and were discovered by the howling mob of not Only juniors but most of the school a a fight took place which would make the Battle of the Marne Loolu like a Tea dance in comparison. And this was not the Only serious encountered which has taken place in past years. Others rivalling each other in Atren you Ness Haye become imprinted in the annals of the school and to this Day Are proverbial. Among the veterans who engaged therein. A week ago last night a skirmish took place on the Lake front Between members of the two classes and the seniors again were returned. The victors. The seniors Parad de through town after the Ambrog Lio and in jul lors were seen on the streets to even attempt to impede their Progress. It was reported that the seniors threw several in the Lagoon in Harrison Park that were not even students of the school but this report lacks foundation or be the injured ones possessed the proper sense of jollity to enter into the spirit of the occasion. There Are no records of any one Ever having been injured in the senior Hunt. It has been the feeling of the school authorities the As Long As no casualties resulted the a Lii tent of Thlu school Trade Tion there was no need for interference. From the faculty. The Stu Dent. Themselves look Forward to the senior Hunt with. All the enthusiasm of a scheduled football game. Hosts of friends attend funeral of beloved woman held yesterday every Ersi via t a a Copenhagen june reports from Oslo today indicated meteorologists and representatives of the dornier aeroplane works at Spitsbergen now believe the Amundsen Ellsworth North pole flyers Are endeavouring to reach Cape Columbia. At that Point Relief could be sent to the party by a Steamer expedition. This belief is based on statements by members of the Amundsen expedition still at Spitsbergen who said Amundsen told them that if he did not return by aeroplane within fourteen Days or was forced to descend he would make his Way to Cape Columbia. The late mrs. D. Cruz Packer special to the times Valparaiso ind., june funeral of mrs. Charlotte Crum Packer widow of the late congressman Edgar d. Crumpacker was attended yesterday afternoon by prominent pie pie from All parts of Lake. County and Northern Indiana. The service was held in the Lovely Honrie where mrs. Crumpacker had lived since she returned from Washington when her late husband retired from Public life. Judges leading members of the bar men High in Bot i the Democrat and Republican parties and warm friends of years standing were present to pay their respects to the memory of mrs. Crumpacker. There Yvett Many Beautiful Floral offerings. Mrs. Crumpacker s three sons Maur Lee Owen and Fred and their families were the members of the , funeral. The remains were Laid to rest in the family lot of the Valparaiso cemetery mrs. Crumpacker passed away sturday morning and news of her ath plunged this City into sorrow. A Epworth league of Ive play the Epworth league of the first methodist episcopal Church Wlsh preset the three act col Hedy Quot the Gypsy Trail Quot High school auditorium Frida night june 12, at 8 15. The play is a tale of love and adventure and according to the sponsors is Well Worth attending. Tickets Are on Sale at Walgreen s pharmacy for fifty cents and All seats in the House May be reserved. The proceeds derived from the play Are to be used for the Benefit of the methodist has Petal in Gary associate Iii May Wood Park seems to be one of the most popular riddles hangouts in the City these hot Days and every afternoon and evening scores of youngster bathers some with shirts and some without Are seen Cooling off in the Lagoon. With the Quot most glorious class Quot Ever graduated from the Hammond High school leaving the institution forever this week people May expect to see a few "25 8&Quot painted at various Corners and on different buildings throughout the City. Leon Bowles 9 state St., was taken sick on a Street car yesterday while Croute to the Lake front Park to work. He Vas placed aboard a returning car and and taken off police station. Later he was removed to St. Margaret s Hospital where he is recovering. A Whiting girl wins honors 0 special to the times Whiting ind., june 9.�?miss Helen Emerson daughter of or. And mrs. N. A. Emerson of this City will be graduated from the u. Of w. June 22 with honors. Though one of the youngest in the cd As of .1838 she is one of 20 receiving senior honors having an average of 90-92 in All her senior year s work. Miss Emerson will teach in the Beloit High school next september. Moscow Russia s population is 84 per cent agricultural according to a recent census. Soviet Russia is 813,000 Square Kilometres smaller than was car Istle Russia but its population is 133,927,000. Of this number per cent live in european Russia. Jantsen bathing suite colonial 147 state St s5-tf templars Atte Tio members of Hammond command Ery no. 41, k. T. Are requested to asset pole in full uniform Temple wednesday afternoon june 10, at 2 30 o clock to attend and conduct funeral services for our late Prater sir Harley a. Locklin. Services in the Lodge roof at 3 o clock. Interment at Hill cemetery. Bring your car. Clybe Cleveland com. Fight fans got their Money s Worth at. The East Chicago Arena last night mister granted a membership in Korth township body. At of the North township Good roads association saturday messes a. M. Turner r. E. Woods and Ray Seeley were appointed a committee to Confer with demonstrators on certain roads to report next meeting june itch. During the session the City of Munster was received As a member in the association. It was represented meeting by h. S. Daugherty e. M. Julie and h. J. Harter. The North township Good Road s organization is now five cities Strong with East Chicago Hammond Highland Whiting and Munster included in its official Roll Call. Each City will appoint a representative from its group to go before the association from time to time and propose whatever roads Are considered necessary to be improved through their respective cities county s expense. Members of the association endorsed the improvement of 145th Street Kennedy Avenue Mchie and Eder roads Forsyth Avenue , and Hook roads Ridge Road and opening of clone Avenue. A Pidemia Attert Ion members and friends we leave saturday june 13, at 3 45 . City time Over the South Shore for South Bend ind. To take part in Indiana sent Ernest. Tickets $2.50 round trip for Sale at f. I Miller 227 Static Street or South Shore depot ask for our tickets. Good saturday sunday and monday. 6 9-u mrs. Charlotte Crumpacker was a mender of Washington society from 89 until 1913,while her husband. Was in Congress i she was a charter member of the Cong res Quot Lon Al club and 1 own in the official family capital is a charming hostess. The famous men of Washington of that time were entertained Crumpacker Homo. After her husband s retirement from Publ la life mrs. Crumpacker Vas welcomed Back to Valparaiso we or she was the Center of social life among the older families. Shie was one of the counters of the Valparaiso chapter Ai the p. A. R. Which organisation she later served of state. She was ale a charter member of the Valparaiso woman s Quot Clah a member of the a Man a Setlif Corpa and Thi or Der of Eastern Star. A. Mrs. Crumpacker was a life Long member of the Christian Church and Active in the affairs of the Valparaiso Christian Church. Many of the leading clergymen of that Church As Well a noted educators. Including the late president Brown of Valparaiso University were guests Crumpacker Home. Mrs. Crum Packer As Charlotte Ann Lucas was born near Belve Dere iii., March a 1853,. He Daughty of Albert and Catherine Robertson Lucas. A a a. Previous to the outbreak of the civil War while she was a child her parents moved to county. Indiana locating at Westville. It was in Westville that she married Edgar d. Crumpacker at Liat time a you Fig ,.and following her Marrias a in april 1s79, she oame to Valpa Raisp to. Make. Her Home. Mass Lucas had taught school at v7estvllle before her marriage. Three sons were born to or. And irs. Crumpacker Owen ,l.,.now of Valparaiso Maurice of Portland ore., and Frederick c., of Hammond. All Are successful attorneys and Maurice is a member of Congress from Oregon Harley lock called by death Young manufacturer the vice president of Enterprise bed co., Dies last night. _ the Many friends of the Locklin family were saddened to know to a that Harley Locklin vice president of the Enterprise bed co., of Hammond son of the late Jeorge Locklin and one of the City s Best known Young manufacturers had died last nil rat after an illness of a year which bade fair to be serious a we a ago. Or. Locklin was 33 years of age and had lived in Hammond Ever since he was twelve years old being educated in the a Public and High schools. He was a member of the rotary club. He was Active in masonic and especially shrine circles and lived with the family at 1178 Forest Avenue. Funeral services will be held at 3 . Wednesday afternoon from the Garfield Lodge room in charge of the Hammond Comman Dery knights Templar. Titiner of the old school. He is survived by his wife and two Daugh tips. Misses Georgia and Emily Brannon. The funeral was held this afternoon at 2 p. A. In charge of Rev. Adkins of the presbyterian Church. 1 asses any of special to the times Cro Point. Ind., june 9�? the death of or. G. D. Brannon one of the Pioneer medical men in Lake county occurred at Liis Home on sunday night he having been in a serious condition for several Days. He was stricken with pneumonia about a week ago. Or. Brannon has tract died Medicine for Many years and was a prac re landsm speak Burrow to nurse males Sisters of St. Francis of St., Margaret s Hospital have issued invite Lions to patrons of the Hospital to attend the service of graduation of the nurses school k. Of Hall wednesday afternoon at 3 00. O clock. The graduates Are Katherine Koc Alka and Elizabeth Jablonski who have completed the four year Coure in the school. Or. C. N. Rauschenbach a ill present the graduates in behalf of the staff and or. R. O. Ostrowski will present the graduates in behalf of the Sisters. Judge v. S. Reite r and a. L. Spohn Are to speak. The diplomas will be Given the graduates and there will be a program of music. Ravished Gary police believe much. Sou gift negro has escaped Between lines Hammond police started search ing in a new territory yesterday for the negro after reports from Sevy eral persons led to the belief that the Man had escaped from the a to olt to North of summer Street and sought shelter in the wild tract South of Tho Nickel plate tracks and lying East and West of 0�born9 Road. / C. Simpkins of Hessville had encountered a negro answering tha description sunday when he took a Sciort Cut through the Woods. He did not know of the search at that time but immediately informed to get police when he heard that the negro was sought. He bad found the fellow sitting by a Small fire on which he was cooking Coffee and potatoes the fellow was surly and in the course of his conversation by rated and cursed Quot All White folks. Slip kilns said he third when he saw him., returning Home he was talking of his experience and it was then that he was informed that police were looking for the Man. He was unable to locate to spot Ber cause his mind had been occupied with other matters As he trudged through the Woods and he had made no Effort to keep is bearings. Another Man recalled seeing a negro four times saturday and Sui a Day Edge of Osborne Road Between Locust Street and Quot Lovera he had come from the Wood to get water from a Well at a Little Shack settlement. People who Liva there remember seeing the coloured Man. He has the Crescent a car on his right Cheek and his size corresponds to the description we sch the police have. All Day yesterday a Suad of police and several volunteers worked in the Woods. The High wind made the work difficult. No track of tha Moron was found. This morning the report was Eire curated that the negro had been captured and the Hammood polio station received numerous Ina Iris from persons who wished to look the , although militia men Volunteer from tie 113th regiment of engineers of Gary and Lake county police and armed guards Are Siili continuing their Vigil and combing tha Woods thickets and marshes Between fifth Avenue and ninth Avenue in the Vicinity of the e. J. Amp e. Tracks for a bold coloured Moron who has attacked three women in tha past two weeks. It is the belief of police officials that the much wanted fiend has escaped Between the lines of the w watchers. While one Soldier t. L. Flanagan renewed the activities of polite and posses in the thickets sunday night when he stated that Haca ought a pm Muse of the brute in the rear of a lunch stand Only to Dart Back into the Thicket and escape police believe that could easily have been mls Tahen. The Soldier is positive in his Iden Elf the Man was wearing a coat and when last Seea Friday my Rny no a woman residing on ninth Avenue whom the Pioron had threatened stated that he wore a Brown so dirt. Cap and Vest. The Miu Slamen explain. Al is however., stating that the Moron probably has a Quot hideout Quot in the Woods where a has other clothes and probably food. One of these dug outs where the blend May have been hiding Wasfy und yesterday afternoon after tha searchers had applied matches to tha Marsh and a so disclosing the Cave. M min no Chicago june 9.�?police Are endeavouring to find the parents of three Little Gary girls who were found wandering the streets yesterday. The oldest of the three said her name is Bessie Kandus 7 years old 1468 West 19th Street Gary and that the other two Helen 6 years old and Jennie 3 years old Are her Sisters. They were taken to the juvenile another attempted attack by a negro on a White girl was brought to the attention of the Indiana hard Bor authorities last night by attorn Ney William Murray of the City. According to information obtained the negro rang the Fik it door Bell of attorney Murray s Home last night at 1704 142nd Street and when mrs. Murray s maid answered the ring the negro attempted to assault her. She managed to escape from his grasp however frightening him away with her screams. No one but she was in the Home time. According to her version of the affair she was not harmed beyond the fright she experienced a a result of the attempted attack. When or. Murray and his family returned ome. A sort time later and Learned of the affair he immediately summoned the police who quickly formed a posse for the apprehension of the negro. They scoured the City All night but were not Aba to find him. He i described As a a big Burly negro very dark and shabbily dressed. The girl whose name la being withheld could distinguish no Marks on his features. She said she too frightened to remember very Well exactly How her assailant wag dressed. The police Are still conducting % careful search of the City for the negro it who they believe is had inf Here in. A

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