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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 10 September 1897

r . fte fCait 5it$ jfottmaJ VOLUME XL. NO. 92. FRIDAY. KANSAS CITY, SEPTEMBER 10, jS97.--TWELVE PAGES. FRIDAY. PRICE TWO CENTS. Mi' BAM PERJURY. DISSOL1 JVE WOMEN ENDEAVOR TO SH IELD JUDDEX'S SLAYER. 6fop W, HELD FOR MURDER. w v. FRIi. vf HEADV BOASTING HE v . '. GET OFF. 4& latest Kansi. City Harder Is Devel- opi-sr Some Remarkable AVit- B.I ises Coroner' Jury Take Only Ten. Minutes lor Ita Verdict. FhiL liTfcCrory. the Walnut street saloonkeeper- who shot and killed Fay Madden, a HannS bul & St- Joseph brakeman in front of Ev B. "White's disorderly house. 203 W est Thiri street. Tuesday night, -was held for the ""W-rder by a coroner's Jury yesterday morniri g. The Jury was out only ten min ute el ter hearing the evidence. McCkory heard the verdict -without a flinch and seemed to take it as a Joke. He accecjKjanicd his attorney. Frank "Walsh, to Jt tstlce Spitz" court alter the inquest. when - the reading of the complaint charg ing u 'Birder in the first degree was waived a...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 10 September 1897

r 2 i. THE KAKSAS CITY- JOURNAL, FRIDAY." SEPTEMBER 10. 1897, SOME GOOD EVENTS. HOUSE SHOW AGAIX DRAWS A I11G CROWD. y SOCIETY WAKENS UP A BIT. GUAaD STAND AGAIX riLLKD WITH SPECTATORS. 1'ciilcrilnj's Invents Were Generally of a Hlch Clan and Aroused Much Intercut A Loot nt llie io- clctr Side of tlic Miovv. The events shown 5n the arena and on the cinder path at the Horse show jester day afternoon were of a high order and were witnessed by the largest crowd of the -week, excepting on Labor day. A screen of suspicious looking clouds gath ered up the sunbeams and a pleasant wind one that was, tinged with a shade of coolness had an invigorating effect upon spectators and animals alike. The pro gramme was a long one and it was after 7 o'clock before the final event had been concluded. Among the noteworthy events on the card were the Stock Yards special for walk. trot and canter saddle hones, the Bler smith Tailoring Company special for the handsomest horse (In the opinion of the specta...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 10 September 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, FRIDAY, SEPTEljQfffi 10, 1897. BLUES MAKE A TRIPLE PLAY MCHOLSOtf AXD MEEKS PAnTICI rATC IX A RAKE PEHFORMAXCE. "With Runners Lending Off First and Second, Xlcholiion Catches a Line Drive, Touches Second and Whips Hall to SleekK. Minneapolis, Minn., Sept. 9. (Special.) Kansas 'City went down before the Mill ers to-day iu a came that was a perfect exhibition of baseball. Pardee and Phil lippl fought it out between them, and tho Miller boy won. The star feature of the game was a sensational triple play by Pop Nicholson and Meeks. Nicholson caught a terrific line drive from Letcher's bat in the sixth inning, when Eustace was leading off sec ond and Miller off first, and he retired the side by touching second and getting the ball to Meeks ahead of Doggie. Keefe, a new catcher, made a good Im pression, and did some line work. Phll llppi. in addition to pitching a great game, lidded his position magnificently. The frccre: MINNEAPOLIS. AB. R. 1H.SH.SB..TU.A.JS. Eus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 10 September 1897

THE KA3sfjjj?is (JUT JOURNAL, FRIDAY. SEFIEMJ5EK lu, J897. $h& Kansas Titg imnral. Established 18S4. THE JOURXAL COMPAXY, PnblUher. Rialto Building-, Ninth and Grand Avenue. Subscription Ilateai By carrier. Daily and Sunday, 10 cents per week; 45 cents par month. By mall. Daily and Sunday, one month, 40 cents; three months, $1; sis months, $2; one year, $4. Single copies, 2 cents. Daily; 5 cents Sunday. The WeeltlyJonrnnl nnd Agrlcnltnrlst Published Thursdays, CO cents per year. Tc1riilinniHi Business Office. 250; Edi torial Rooms. S12; Kansas City, Kas., W. 23. it. Forelcn Artvertioini;: The J. E. Van Doren Special Agency, 'with offices 1320 Ma sonic Temple. Chicago, and 31-32 Tribunp Building, New York, sole agent lor foreign advertising." Entered at the Postoffice at Kansas City, Mitsouri, as second class mall matter. Wcntlier Forecnut for Friday. "Washington, Sept. 9. For Oklahoma and Indian Territory: Showers; probably fair Friday; cooler; variable winds, becoming northerly...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 10 September 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1897. h LEGAL XOTICES. TV the circuit court o Jackson count v. et Kansas City. Missouri. State of Mis souri ex rcl J. "VV. McCurdy. collector, plaintiff, vs. Jeff D. Kins. AAfilllam Klap mezer and Faldlne Bart, defendant". No. 2C31S. Now. on this 2Sth day of August. 3S97. conies plaintiff by its attorney, and it appearing to the satisfaction of the clerk In vacation that the defendants, Jeff L. Kins. William Klapmezer and Faldlne Bart, are non-residents of this state, or have con cealed themselves so that tho ordinary process of law cannot be served upon them, and cannot be sened in this action, it is ordered by the clerk in vacation that pub lication be made notifying said defendants that an action has been commenced against them by petition in the circuit court of Jackson county, in the state of Missouri, at Kansas City, which said action is for the purpose of enforcing the lien for state and county taxes duo and delinquent against lt...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 10 September 1897

6 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL .FRIIT," SEPTEMBER 10, 1897. LEGAL NOTICES. IX tlie circuit court of Jackson county, at Kansas City, Missouri. State or Mls-t-ouri ex rel J. W. McCurdy. , collector, plaintiff, vs. Ellzalieth Coghlll, Marcellus Gilliam. Thomas Todd. Thomas W. Cald well, Charles W. Caldwell. Ann 11 Cald well. George E. Caldwell. Mary J. Caldwell, Joseph B. Caldwell. James S. Caldwell. Walter Caldwell, heirs of Ann C. Caldwell, deceased, defendants. No. Sol". Now. on this day. August IS. 1597, comes plaln Tlft by its attorney, and it appearing to the satisfaction of the clerk in vacation that the defendants-. Elizabeth Coghill. Marcellus Gilham, Thomas Todd. Thomas IV. Caldwell. Ann E. Caldwell, George E. Caldwell. Marv J. Caldwell. Joseph B. Caldwell. James Caldwell. Walter Caldwell, heirs of Ann C. Caldwell, deceased, pre non-residents of this state, or have con cealed themselves so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon them mid cannot le served in this act...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 10 September 1897

THE .KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, FRIDAY. SEFfEMBER 101897. mctl. SOTICES. IX ihr circuit court of Jackson county, nt Kansas City. Missouri. State of Mis fcouri ex rel Elihu . Hayes, collector, plaintiff. vs. William Oldham. Annie John Kon. Annie Southcrland. defendants. No. 12333. Now. on this SSth day of August, 1897, comes plaintiff by Us attorney, and, it appearing to the satisfaction of the clerk In vacation that the defendants. "William Oldham, Annie Johnson and Annie Southerland, are non residents of this state, or have concealed themselves so that the ordinary process , of law cannot be served upon them, and rannot be served In this action. It la or dered by the clerk in vacation that publi cation le made notifying said defendants that an action has been commenced against them by petition in the circuit court ot Jackson county, in the state of Missouri, at Kansas City, which said ac tion is for the "purpose of enforcing; the lien for state and county taxes due and delinquent against...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 10 September 1897

i t&sxajttujxcr&sz$utf- 8 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, FRIQAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 18H7. LEGAL JiOTICES. IN the circuit court of Jackson county, at Kansas City, Missouri. State of Mis souri ex rel J. AV. McCurdy, collector, plaintiff, vs. James N. Richardson, defend ant. No. 26626. Now. on this 2Sth day of August, 1S37, comes plaintiff by Its attor ney, and It appearing to the satisfaction of the cleric In vacation that the defendant. James N. Richardson, is a non-resident of this state, or has concealed himself so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon him, and cannot be served In this action. It Is ordered by the clerk in vacation that publication be made noti fying said defendant that an action has been commenced against him by petition In the circuit court of Jackson county. In the state of Missouri, at Kansas City, which said action Is for the purpose of enforcing- the Hen for state and county taxes due and delinquent against 1 12-100 acres in section 11, township...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 10 September 1897

THE KANSAS CUT JOTJBNAI FRIDAY,' SEPTEMBER 10; 1897- LEGAL NOTICES. IN the circuit court of Jackson county, at Kansas City, Missouri. State of Mis souri ex rcl J. W. McCurdy. collector, Elaintlff, vs. Lewis R. Fix, Otto E. Web cr, F. Clifford and James E. Gregg, de fendants. No. 26535. Now, on this 28th. day of August, 1137. comes plaintiff by Its attorney, and it appearing to the sat isfaction of the clerk in vacation that the defendants, Lewis It. Fix, Otto B. Webber, F. Clifford and James E. Gregg, are non residents of this state, or have concealed themselves so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon them, and cannot be served in this action, it is or dered by the clerk in vacation that publica tion be made notifying said defendants that an action has been commenced against them by petition in the circuit court of Jackson county, in the state of Missouri, fit Kansas City, which said action is for the purpose of enforcing the lien for state and county taxes due and...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 10 September 1897

10 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER lt, 1897. Missouri.Kansas&TexasTnistCo. Seventh and Wyandotte Streets, KA.XiiAS CITY, MO. CAPITAL - a.i.sso.000 Surplus and Undivided Profits. $1,250,000. 1 Nassau street, New York. 400 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Pa. 149 'Washington Rtreet, Boston, Mass. Sandthorqula 2. Hamburg, Germany. Singel 238, Amsterdam, Holland. 21 Lombard street, London, E. C, En Eland. Dorotheen-Strasse 54. Berlin, Germany. 13 Rue du Louvre, Paris. France. -Arthur E. StIIwell. President. Vice Presi dents: 1st, J. McD. Trimble: 2d, E. L. Martin: 3d. W. S. Taylor; 4th, Jacques T. Nolthenlus. Arthur C. Robinson. Secretary; W. S. Taylor, Treasurer: Frank B. Wilcox. Ass't Treasurer: J. J. Cnirnes. Ass't Secretary: E. S. Mosher. Ass't Secretary; Trimble & Braley, General Attorneys. C. D. FRENCH. President. Est. 1S76. W. T. Dillon, Vice Prest. and Secy. French Bros. Commission Co., COSIMlSstlOX M KUCHA SIS. Grain, Provisions and Stocks. Private wire to Chic...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 10 September 1897

WANTEDMALE HEP. WANTED An idea. "Who Jn think of tome simple thing to patent? fcotect your Ideas: they may bring jou wtlth. Arite John Wc-dderburn & Co.. Deri E. 2. pat ent attys.. Washington. D. , for their Il.SOO prize offer and new listof 1,000 in ventions wanieu. sJ THE KANSAS CITY JOUENAJU FRIDAYrSKFIEMWUK 10r 1897. II iv-TEn-l strlctlv first-lass voung gentleman stenographer: non4other need applv. uau at iu:.i a. m. joii tum -v.. Sill and Wyandotte. I 'WANTED 2 young men: $10JJ per week; news agents: man and wife: tjmsters and laborers. 9 West 5th St.. rooij 3. WANTED A carrier for abute in Ar jnourdali. Apply at The Jcrnal office, Kansas City, Mo. WANTED A Iwrber at 16nSVest 5th sL IVASTED FEMALE JSLP. WANTED A white girl fomurse. Ap Ily with reference, 1122 Cental street. FOR SALE HEAL ESTATES $25 PER MONTH At C per cent interest. 3129 and 3131 Lydia ave., just north of Linvood, 30x133 feet each: 7 rooms, modern and up-to-date: water, gas. sewer, furnace: porcelain bath;...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 10 September 1897

12 THE KANSAS dTY JOURNAL, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1897. CLAIMS HIS HOME IS EDINED. TAILOR KIDD WASTS DIVORCE AXD 10,000 DAMAGES. Says Jeweler Frank J. Hartley Alien ated the Affections of Bis Wife Hartley Says It's Blackmail and Threatens Arrest. Charles IL Kidd, a tailor living at 27M East Thirty-first street, brought suit yes 5 terday against "Frank J. Hartley, a whole sale Jeweler in the Times building, for alienating his 'wife's affections. He also brought suit for divorce from his wife. Mr. Kidd alleges in his petition for dam ages that while he (the husband) was temporarily absent from the city. Hartley won his wife's affections by promising her presents of diamond;, jewelry and fine clothes. Hartley is charged with promis ing Mrs. Kidd that she should be the best dressed woman in town, as he was able to dress her more expensively than her hus band, who was a poor man. Kidd charges Hartley with attempting to persuade his wife to get a divorce from lilm, promising to take her to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 11 September 1897

t-yH-rr.-.' sat v 5&, v.. all 1 If r t he fCmt. 05 i C3I jnntt& VOLUME XL. NO. 93. SATURDAY. KANSAS CITY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1897.-SIXTEEN PAGES. SATURDAY. IJOITTO CEX1S. 3P.Fi, I KIT. A?roi -?' 'FRIGHTFUL collision, ",-A'i 1MB IJJ COLORADO. EXPLO, ,-ND FIRE FOLLOW. i StAJnr p...-gers btjrxed to DEATH IX THE WRECKAGE; k CONDUCTOR UNDER ARREST. (THEORY IS THAT BE ATTEMPTED TO "STEAL A STATION." Collision Occurred at Midnight, Tfear Xerrcastle, Between a Denver & Rio Grande Passenger Train and a, Colorado Mid land Special Stock Train. Newcastle. Col.. Sept. 10. The worst wreck In tho history of the state of Colo rado occurred at 12:23 this morning; on the Joint track of the Denver & Rio Grande and the Colorado Midland railways, one and a half miles west of here. After twelve hours' Incessant work by the wrecking crews In clearing away the debris and rescuing the bodies of those who per ished, it is yet impossible to secure more than an estimate of the loss of life, and not ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 11 September 1897

Ill is 18 1 K to THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 11, 1897, 3 was so great that the progress of vehicles along the road was impaired. Amid tho excitement the deputies turned their attention to the wounded and carried many of them to places where they could be more comfortably treated. Martin Boskl, 'an Intelligent Hungarian, from Mount Pleasant, vibo was shot in the arm, was seen by a reporter and gave this version or the affair: "We were going along the road to Lat imer and the deputies' were lined across the road, barring our progress. We tried to go through them, and did not attempt to hit or molest them, when they tired up on us. We Tan, but they kept on shoot ing at us while we ran. It is ill their fault." Citizens' meetings: were, held at various parts of the city, tonight. Opinion was divided about "lhe",resrp6nslblllty for the shooting. ... i At one meeting. held in VanWyckle's casino, attended by bankers, coai-operat-rs and prominent men, resolutions ere adopted...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 11 September 1897

h-r remitr ' HHHHHHHHl JTT- Pf tfr VaJ?9ivRte:'5EsSSrt 5fci I j-3S v THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1897. HBfiOnjUS, BELIEF ME HEEBT. MASS MEETING HELD TO AID THE FIRE SUFFERERS. NEAT SUM OF MONEY IS RAISED. A HOUSE TO' HOUSE APPEAL TO BE MADE TO-DAY. . Three Thousand Citizens Tarn Out la Reirome to the Mayor's Call . Snfferlni; Among One Hun dred. Families In the Burned District. Three thousand citizens of Kansas City, Kas., participated in the mass meeting at Huron place last night to raise funds for the relief of the sufferers from the recent fire in the First ward, which threw nearly 100 families out of homes and rendered many of them destitute. Mayor Marshman announced the purpose of the meeting and told of the condition of the people in the burned district. E. A. "Wright and D. W. Kepllnger made speeches urging the. citi zens to contribute to the wants and needs of the sufferers. Hon. J. K. Cubblson made an eloquent appeal In behalf of the unfortunate citizen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 11 September 1897

V r 3JK saferfuiai.jap :&. --w f.y'-r - yyJj,-TV- )-'--., Tt-gcJt.jTi.w-.,l(eBa,-., Jg'j'i.wgj5ny,;.j- i-JC'sE"S v- -rif tgyifes."-- - . j 8 ,i a; 4 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATURDAY. SEFIEMBER 11, 1897. ate Kansas ita Jfosmul. . i i M 2 h : Established 3834. TOE JOURNAL COMPACT, Publisher. RIalto Bundles'. Ninth and Grand Avenue. Subscription Rates: By carrier. Dally and Sunday. 10 cents per -week; 45 cents per month. By mall. Dally and Sunday, one month, 4a cents; three months, 1; six months, $3; one year, $1. Single copies, 2 cents. Dally; 5 cents Sunday. The "Weekly Journal nnd Agriculturist Puhllshed Thursdays, CO cents per year. Telephones) Business Ofllce. 250; Edi torial Rooms, H2; Kansas City. Kas., W. 23. Foreign Advertising! The J. E. Van Doren Special Agency, with offices ISM 11a eonlo Temple, Chicago, and 31-32 Trlbuno Building, New York, sole agent for foreign advertising. Entered at the Postofflce at Kansas City. Missouri, as second class mall matter- Weather Fore...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 11 September 1897

Wggggsk s-gm&mm THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 11, 1897. WILL RUN THE DIAMOND. KLESMAVS SAMTS AD THE BUR LIXGTOXS TO ILAY TO-DAY. HI ?A Corbett Accepts an Offer of n. 920,000 Purse to Flslit Fltzslmmons The Latter Hns Not Had HIs.Say Sporting JVctvs. Tha first of the transferred games be tween St. Joseph and Burlington, "Western Association teams, -will be played at Expo sition park this afternoon. Kansas City fans have long -wanted to see Bill Klus rnan s Saints play ball, and it Is probable that to-days and to-morrow's games will l? T?.SLessf,tJ by representative crowds. Meredith -will pitch for St. Joseph to-day. and as he -will probably -wear a Kansas City uniform next season the fans will be in terested in his -work. Two games will be played to-morrow for one admission. The flist game will be called at 1:3) o'clock. jik uauns wiu line up as loilows 1 St. Jobcph. jviusman.... VIox.. ...... Sawyer. "Williams.... Donovan.... Bisley "Waldron.... Jlousen Meredith.....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 11 September 1897

Ectasias, THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER II, 1897. J ' hi LEGAL, XOTICES. IN the circuit court of Jackson county, nt Kansas City, Missouri. State of Mis souri ex rel J. TV. McCurdy. collector, plaintiff, vs. Klizabeth Cogblll, Marcellus Gllham. Thomas Todd. Thomas W. Cald well, Charles W. Caldwell. Ann E. Cald well, George E. Caldwell, Mary J. Caldwell, Joseph B. Caldwell, James S. Caldwell, Walter Caldwell, heirs of "Ann C Caldwell, deceased, defendants. No. 25547. Now, on this day, August 28, 1897, comes plain tiff by its attorney, and it appearing to the satisfaction of the clerk in vacation that the defendants. Elizabeth Coghill, Marcellus Gilham, Thomas Todd. Thomas W. Caldwell, Ann E. Caldwell, George E. Caldwell, Mary J. Caldwell, Joseph B. Caldwell. James Caldwell, Walter Caldwell, heirs of Ann C Caldwell, deceased, are non-residents of this state, or have con cealed themselves so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon them and cannot be served ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 11 September 1897

LEGAL NOTICES. IN the circuit court of Jackson county, at Kansas City. Missouri. State of Mis souri ex rel Ellhu A. Hayes, collector, plaintiff, vs. William Oldham, Annie John son. Annie Southerland, defendants. No. 533. Now. on this 28th day of August, 1S37, comes plaintiff by Its attorney, and, it appearing to the satisfaction of the clerk in vacation, that the defendants, William Oldham, Annie Johnson and Annie Southerland, a'e non residents of this state, or havo concealed themselves so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon them, and cannot be served in this action, it Is or dered by the clerk in vacation that publi cation be made notifying said defendants that an action has been commenced njulnht them by petition in the circuit rourt of Jackson county, in the state of Missouri, at Kansas City, which said ac tion is for the purpose of enforcing the lien for state and county taxes due and delinquent against the south 20 feet of the north 67 feet of lots 1 and 2, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 11 September 1897

uir&53ZJ& 8 THE KANSAS GTTY JOIJKNAI, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 11, 1897. TWO MDRDER. INDICTMENTS JOHX 5CHIEGEL AKD BILL ADLEIt AIIE TUB SIEX. Both Are Charged AVlth Murder in the Flrat Degree ScUlejrel to Be Arraigned Monday Other Indictment. John Schlegel and Bill Adler tvcre the onlymurdoiers indicted by tho grand Jury yesterday. Schlegel shot Dr. It. A. Berger. Bill Adler shot a fleeing negro, William Thompson. Adler Is In Jail, but Schlegel has been out on $30,000 bond for several weeks. The Blayer of Dr. Berger will be arraigned In the criminal court Monday aft ernoon at 1:00 o'clock. Both Schlegel and Adler -were indicted for murder in the first degree. Seven Indictments were returned against H. L. Preston for publishing an immoral paper. He save bond in the sum of $2,750 on four cases, and his personal recogni zance was taken in the remaining three cases. C. E. Burnham, George N. Elliott and TV. E. Burnham went on Preston's bond. One Indictment was returned against Al fred...

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