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The North countryman. (Rouses Point, N.Y.) 1928-current, August 30, 1928, Image 9

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:&& : ,Af re 7 f \ • - Wm% <•& - MS < 'tfflm • •• *•; . 'is>4. : '•'\¥: '•' -- • •'* ! L,»4 on Bailey flattaburgh head- h* next, year Canadian 11- erc snBiggled toto the states by the dapper little and his wen Several of iti pp Several of cars were captured by the Border but Werner 'managed ta' escape their although the entire cus- immigratfoa forces were, rtiy oo bis trafl. '. Deputy jim Murray, with Deputy • of Customs Ozias Plante, his trucks, which Tom- Otcnnor was driving, near r ftrracks in Plattsburgh and Collector Harvey Ladd one at Beetanantawn. W. Day, perhaps the successful , customs agent >r operated on the North- frontier, started on his i Silas • called a conference of cus- i'officers ,in a room in the hotel in Plattsburgh and _ of action was outlined. Eatxt day be went into Mon- g fcewls asd |£lte oi the . tetk fcflKw^fenedUto top into toe- Commissioner'a office for a, itoeiftt $att, Site^awght sight of a, peqwliar ri»gr oa tae Sage? of «fe male prisoner aaa beiievef fce te»-i ld it as o.n<j dkcrlbed as tev* A fire, wa«K: might to -be serltast .had.-Ht^r©, customs ©.%«rs .ta the af hood, oecwtfit! ott •JU'tee street, ia K Kousea Point, last alter* , wj apon ati€ resulted it* tfe« loss '«<af one bostte of Haig & ifif Setd •one of Haig & d tb ta tog bsm worn fey Wesaer, He •topped tfe' #maeeaings and oro%ht the prisoner to the tanuV office in. Houses Point the ideatSficatiott was <foa> e Hag iaf d whisky said tbe ta»M esssit'ol' 1 a', party of tourists «fco fcaii gwtei their, car near the shore to watch the boat races Ming staged ]yk T& ll fi pleted. Werner went back to Atlanta, served bJa term, was released and promptly ran afoul of thS law again,. He is now said to be a •fagative from Justice and his whereabout? are unfeaottm. O'Con- nor served a couple of terns la . „ „..e Atlaata and has also disappeared, ntlced. smokB issuing from uatler Bond, who received immunity for the iwoS of a bJg Connectitcut turning states evidence in tas first! aedao parfeed in front of the place. g g T&e local are .fiepartmeat was NOT called out to fig&t toe flames. ' . ' About the time the first beat .of the'free-for-all sras feeing mn off» persons sitting oc the veranda of of \the 1 Lak street residence Werner tasse, was deported to-Can- ada by the lotal ijawSgratiok au- thorities. at y [ and down into the haunts of fancier world around Lagauche- i itieet. Here he stayed for .located-Werner and learn- ght on which hia next contraband liquor was' to At six \O'clock on the i of that day he called 'the j • house in Rouses Point on i \ telephone, gave the officers • detailed information and in ] • every road on the Border Cterabuseo and Lake n was covered by details eta! agents, customs officers, ation men. State police and marshals. It looked as i the smuggler would surely |ht this time if he attempt- i tske his loads through. • - i officers waited at there i nearly all night long and- | Werner did not attempt to rterough. It was bitterly I at four o'clock in the the little ' band of men Special Agent Chandler who were stationed on pay aot far from Roy ft house outside of Rouses i had about given up hope. • were walking up and down in an effort to keep i when, with a roar and with s out, two big cars thun- I at them out of the darkness [fctfore they could bring their I into play, were disappearing [ft mile clip into the shadows night Dick Werner had gh again. no intention of giving ! chase, however, and. stayed »trail so closely that Werner that tilings were getting for him on the Border Ntermiaed to get out of sight |» while. Wot some time he disappeared and noth- • was heard from him for months^ until a telegram » the Ogdensburg custom »one day which carVied the at he had neea captured in by the doughty cuatonw ftom Northern New York. wiat his prtaoner \ ««wth * wait convicted to Federal ! the absftement of Boa* J States evidence, and t»«i\ in the At- ntkry, • ' a few nwoO» to prison when he was a witneas to »noth- was to btf trted In. Was being brought a* escaped tr<m twe fcd to the r«H- Albertson—I told my wife that if she bobbed her hair I would leave her. Golde—But she bobbed it; and you're still living with her? . Albertson—You bet I am. I'll show hei she can't WufE me.— Houston Post-Dispatch, Two ladies were sitting ia the, ear while the male members of the party were standing\ on the shore nearby, A ery of \fire\ went up and a ntsh was made for the smoking ear but the owners on the shore beat all of the local resi- dents to it. 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