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The Bulletin - SOUTHEAST TENNIS TKAM TAKES SECOND PLACE Grand Opening Placing second In the Amateur Tennis League, the tennig team sponsored by Phil and Joeq Southeast Tennis shop, 1113 East 2lst Soluth street, completed a portion o f the series at Liberty Park courts Tuesday. The players for the local team are Fielding Kimball, Monte Carla ton, Lutzen Buma, John Holt, Ray Taylor and Henry Of The LUE JEANNE SHOP In Our New Location 1031 East 21st South Just Two Doors East of Mario Theatre She has been transferred to the federal penitentiary here, and now occupies a position of trust In the women's section of the "Big House." declare that at the time Stakes Her Hope on Confes- of Tollce her arrest, Doris McDonald adsion of Mate Who Died mitted that she was the cue who hud actually shot Bouchard. She on Scaffold. later repudiated this, however, and Doris Palmer her counsel charged that It had been Kingston, Out. McDonald. Yatleyfield "tiger grl," Improiterly extorted from her. The McDonalds and McMullen la preparing to gamble with life in an effort to win her freedom from chartered Bouchard to drive them from a Montreal hotel to the United the "Big House." States border on the night of July Reprieved from the gallows by a 1927. Ou the way one of the 17, forty-eighours, after margin of trio fired four shots Into the driver's of of murder convicted the being Adelard Bouchard, taxi driver, body and hurled him out to die In a Imris is now spiraling for a new ditch at the roadside. The car was found abandoned near the United trial, declaring heraeif willing to States border tbe following day, face the possibility, of a second d womans with clotha death sentence In an effort to win In It ing acquittal. The McDonalds were arrested sevThe girl's husband, George Mceral weeks later In Denver. Police Donald, was banged for Bouchard's time stated that George Mcat that slaying and tils widow contends that Donald bad a long criminal record a confession which he made a few hours before going to the scaffold In both Canada and the United exonerated her of any complicity In States, but his bride of a few months the crime, beyond that of being a disclaimed any knowledge of this reluctant witness. In Prison Five Years. Road Provides Worms was senDoris, American-born- , for Robin Riding Rods tenced to life Imprisonment after Toronto. The earnings of the the death penalty was commuted. ' She has now served nearly fire Canadian National railways have fallen off quite a bit but the offyears and her friends In both Can- icials of the company still take good ada and the United States are said to be subscribing to a fund with care of their guests who ride tbe rods. which to finance a second trial J. F. Pringle, general superintendThey challenge the validity of her ent of transportation, received the first trial, on the ground that the crown prosecutor addressed the Jury following message from the station in French, a language of which agent of Petersborougb : "Car N& 403102 has robin's nest 1 Kiria understands little or nothing. on rods stop please arrange for supThey further contend that the confession made by George ply of worms at terminals stop tbe McDonald Is sufficient ground to set mother Is In charge. Tbe yardmasters at the various aside the conviction against his had a supply of worms terminals wife. the robins. for In other quarters, however, strong waiting opposition to any further commutation of Doris' sentence Is develop- Five-Day-O- ld Baby Has rubllc opinion In Lachlne ing. Two Teeth Extracted and other districts of Quebec Is Howell, Mich. Anne Jean, daughagainst It, on this gronnd that the staying of Bouchard left a widow ter of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Squires, and seven small children almost acquired the distinction of being a dental patient at the age of five penniless. Ralph McMullen, a companion of days when Dr. E. A Collqcott exteeth at the McDonalds, who has evaded the tracted two The Jaw. ner lower of front still Is the six for years, police nearly sought on a charge of murder, and teeth, which prevented the child It Is contended that Doris should from getting proper nourishment, be kept In custody In order that were practically without roots. she may be available as a witness against him, in case of his capture. Peanuts Bring Fortune Doris McDonald, prison officials Aurora, Mo. For 25 years Billy admit. Is no longer the "tiger girl Job sold his peanuts and popcorn In who was arrested In Denver, Colo., front of the Peoples bank here. He In- - 1927 and- extradited to Canada retired recently with an estimated with her husband. Soon- after be- $90,000 In the bank. ing sentenced to death she turned Art of Photography to the solace of religion, and It is Customer Enlarge this portrait aald that she attributes her esthe nose as It cape from the gallows to her pray- ef myself, but leave Illustrate (Venice). Goxzettlno Is. ers. ht . . blood-staine- last-rulnut- e wdl-develope- d - 1 That the Salt Lake County Deputy Sheriffs are on the Job is evidenced by the fact that Wednesday they recovered several hundred dollars worth of merchandise in a house near Stratford Avenue. This was part of the loot obtained when burglars entered a Kamas store" on July 26th. Mrs. El N. Jensen, of the Jensen Tire Company, returned SatThere are several more matches scheduled before the final urday from a three week's vacaMrs. playoff, whi'ih will be between tion spent in California. Jensen said she that the winners of the A and B enjoyed her was but to return to trip, glad groups. where business is Sugarhouse better than she found it on the Buma. model prisoner. It Is admitted, since being DEPUTY SHERIFFS ON JOB 1 COMPLETE LINE OF FALL MERCHANDISE GIRL LIFER AGAIN SEEKS NEW TRIAL IN DEATH GAMBLE Page 5 . funeral services Seattle. Mrs D. P. Daldger was so amazed at Jlie effrontery of a young bandit that she almost forgot to shout for help. The robber entered a gdsoline station where Airs. Duhlgcr was waiting on a friend, unconcernedly ripped the pay telephone from the wull, nnd walked out. He returned a .few minutes later, picked up a wrench and again walked uwuy. When he came back the third time and.plcked up a rudlo. Mrs. Dalilger decided she should do something. So she shouted, and the robber fled. (T' Atoiute Leader' ' 3D! coast Hugh B. Brown, counsel for the HELD FOR MATRON H. O. L CL, and State Chairman of the Democratic party, must choose during the month which of Funeral services were conducted the two positions he will retain. in tho Willard ward chapel SunAccording to a ruling from day far Mrs. Emma Jane Mason D. C. employees of Davfe, wife of R. EL Davis, war- Washington Home Owners Loan Corporthe den at the state prison. ation cannot participate in politiMrs. Davis has resided iq cal campaigns. Sugarhouse for a number of years and has a host of friends Mrs. Lewis Hansen of 1856 in the district Edison Street reported this week that a hen of her flock laid & egg having the apLUE JEANNE SHOP pearance of a lizard, with body, IN NEW QUARTERS tail and head, but no legs. soft-shell- ed Sir. George L. Blesihger of 136$ Mrs. A. E. Jarvis will open thq Lue Leanne Shop In its new Sherman 'Avenue suffered a comquarters, 1031 Eaut 21st South pound fracture of. the leg TuesStreet Saturday with an advanc- day while helping to raze the old ed showing of fall styles. planing mill near thq train tracks on McClelland Street. Mr. Bie Mrs. Jarvis will also have a complete line of hosiery and lin- singer had only worked a short gerie as well as house frocks and time when the building collapsed he was rushed to a hospital, street dresses. where he is recovering from the injury. CHANGES MADE IN STREET CAR LINE IN SUGARHOUSE The Business Mens League will not hold its regular monthly : meeting during August, due to so To better accomodate residents many of the members being on If something importbetween Eleventh and Fifteenth vacations. East Streets, the. Utah Light & ant occurs, that makes It necesTraction Company has extended sary to hold a meeting, members car service east of Eleventh East will be notified by the secretary. on Twenty first South street to Fifteenth East, according to G. Dr. and Airs. EL EL Monson left W. Manning of the Traction Co. this week for a trip through YelThe bus still meets street can lowstone Park, and will probably in Sugarhouse at the Highland attend the Dental Convention to South inter- bq held at St. Paul before returnDrive, Twenty-firsection for the convenience of ing to Sugarhouse, passengers who board the Twenty-seventh South car. Mr. Golden Hansen of Bud's The company waa able to ex- Sandwich Shop, spent several days tend the ' car service as consider- in Spring City this woe.c. able time is saved since the removal of track, south of Twenty-sevent- h Dr, Lorln L. Richards left this South street, according week to attend the American to Mr. Manning. Thai bus meets Dental Association Convention to southbound passengers at the be held in SL Paul He was Intersection of Highland Drive accompanied Mrs. Richards., by and Twenty-sevent- h south streets. While away they will visit tho Exposition in Chicago, and other places of interest in the east. Mr. and Sirs.' Harry Yates have Miss Catherine Richards, assistjust returned from Yellowstone ant in Dr. Richards office, will National Park and the Jackson make appointments for patientf Hole park. pending his return. . . Hubert Schnuch, testifying before the congressional committee Invesactivities, detigating scribed himself' as "absolute lead-- , er of tbe Friends of New Germany or-- . in the United States, a ganlzation.' lie waa elected to the post at a national convention 'held In New York on July 1, he revealed. pro-Na- zi . n (jABBY QeRTIE st I AM --TV I'M most. TJOV IN TH BOOM 4.4 Bandit Is So Bold He Amazes .Woman! 3k "A strong breath after a night out has ruins many a home."