:rne. iiavnvj lefore the Pol enlav iiiu a 11 March 28. booth on a i ricke.'.- ground, missed his purse and complained to ])<nect:ve Hammond. Tiii'- officer watched the booth, and live minnti ■* later saw Gray, who was moving about in a, crowd, slip his hand into a man's hip pocket. Ho arrested Gray anil took him into a. grocer's shop and tried to search him. but Gray resisted violently. Afterwards Pollard's purr'.- was found under the shop counter. Ir. Gray's pocket was- a- hook containing a list, of coining shows, race meetings, spoils gatherings, etc.; in tho Dominion. (Jiay pleaded "not guilty," and was committed! to the Supreme C'ouit for trial.
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Evening Star, Issue 15667, 4 December 1914
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