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of la Disap-peara Mam at Wkm Han He Waa Vleltli . STleea .After Mhoottaar and Is Ar- : ' ' rested In Indiana. Walter Krueger, accused, by the police of having shot and seriously wounded James Murphy while the latter waa visiting the Krueirer home at 234 Washington boulevard on Fridcy night, was arrested at midnight In South Send. Ind. He refused to discuss the charge. Murphy, who Is believed to be past recovery, is in the county hospital. He refuses to name his assailant and will not tell the police what was the cause of the shooting. Arrests of several residents of the house and tbe most diligent search and lnq-ulry by the police failed to throw any light on the matter. - Further than stating that the shot' was fired by a "dear friend" the young man's lips are sealed. ' " - Pollee Get -la Lifkl. Mrs. Walter Krueger. Miss Minnie Hacey, John Whalen, Miss Mary Whalen, and John Costello. who all board at the house where the shooting occurred, were taken to the Desnlatnes street police station and closely questioned, but without results. The police believe me altercation start ed between Murphy and Michael Whalen. another boarder, who also ia being sought. over Miss Minnie Hscey. a friend of the Whalen family. Five ahots were heard by the neighbors, and the room where the shooting occurred ' showed evidence of a desperate struggle, chairs and other furnl-tare being overturned and broken. 3flaa Uaeey Bai Disappeared. On the way to the hospital Murphy stated he lived at 171 West Huron street, and that he had been visiting the Washington boulevard house only a few. minutes when the trouble began. Late yesterday tbe police took Into custody Miss Nellie Brown, who lives with Mrs. Krueeer: William Whalen. brother of John Whalen, and Edward Bowen, a boarder. Miss Hacey lert tne nouse immeoiinij after the shooting, and could not be found last night. Costello and Bowen, who were believed to have accompanied Murphy on his visit to the Whalens, denied to tbe detectives tnat tney bad any knowledge whatever of the visit. MRS. CHADWICK STILL FIGHTING

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  1. The Inter Ocean,
  2. 01 Oct 1905, Sun,
  3. Page 6

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