HEARING ADJOURNED: The hearing in the probate court of evidence in the case of Mayor W. D. C. Germaine, for the alleged receiving of a sum of money from Louis Sleder, a saloon keeper on the west side, was re-convened at two o’clock this afternoon.
Prosecuting Attorney Geo. G. Colvell stated that as he had several more witnesses to examine, he would ask for more time, and then the stenographer not having all the testimony of witnesses, transcribed it. It was suggested by the court that it be adjourned until possibly tomorrow afternoon at 2.
The witnesses in the meantime, would have the testimony read to them that had been transcribed so that they might sign it.
DAILY WEATHER REPORT: Tuesday, March 18, 1913: Barometer, 29.36. Maximum temperature for the past 24 hours: High: 50 Low: 23.
Fair; brisk southwest wind.
Sunrise: 6:07, Sunset: 6:10.
Official Forecast for or lower Michigan: Generally fair tonight and Wednesday; brisk to high south winds.
One year ago today it was 32 above at six in the morning and 46 above in the afternoon. This morning at six it was 38 above.
DELEGATES NAMED: Dr. J. D. Munson Receives Appointment From Governor, Lansing, March 18 (United Press): Governor Ferris today named ten men to represent Michigan at a meeting of the Alienists and Neurologists of the United States at Chicago in June. Among them is J. D. Munson of Traverse City.
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