uintah shooting friends visit principal at jail 03.24.1922

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uintah shooting friends visit principal at jail 03.24.1922 - of the his ISIT PRINCIPAL AT 1AIL I Murder...
of the his ISIT PRINCIPAL AT 1AIL I Murder Charge Likely If Victim of School Feud Dies [APPEARS Ti IMPRESSED ' · U Ej Ej - rjS/ ' EllJO ! Bullet Tears Hole Size Egg Through Bybee's Liver At 2 o'clock this afternoon, Dr. R. Dumke, attending physician for Lloyd Bybee, reported that -pneumo- ·nia had set in "as 'the result of the "bullet passed through the lad's right lung and It was but a matter of the ·" out 'the' afteVnoori,. bulling-, hope'- -held.', that- Ji«'vwould; survive; tonight,..; ,',hospftafi:repprted--.'.that · .pnysic- ians' : new; -hold no hope for-:'the,- his. collapse., early yesterday...af- n.V^-A^i'.-'fixa-rnination 1 , disclosed Olaf .infection, that has b Late'this morning it; ttiat- 'the"?'' bu'llet.V'ha'd- -.'torn', a. ·hole-.'.al- most- the- size; of:aii ..ess. .through, bb'y.'-s liver '-and- .tile-' 1 -lower, .rportion.-. or the, lung 'was-punctured' ':so::that. air escaped In" : breathlrig' and formed under under the skin of his right side. FAILS TO RALLY. Restoratives have, been applied hourly since the relapse of yesterday and today it' was said that the. not rallying" but getting weaker begun to set was report- boy dies a charge of rnuraer ,,,,*,,,,+ degree will be filed against Christensen. ed that Bybee cannot recover' -anlofs a sudden change for the bettor place' at once. Christensen Is being held In the county' jail without bond,'pending outcome of the condition - o f . ( Bybee.' It was said today that_if ( e d newspaper. The principal is allowed to sit in a cell outside the jail proper during the daytime,- but at night hi is c.'m- fined in the jail- corridors.. .He is kept in' the tank as are the other prisoners, except the.trusties. APPEARS MOVED. When Christensen 1 was told this used other morning that there was but litr.13 for the recovery of his victim, he buried his face in his handa and appeared deeply moved. Yesterday "the principal appeared -o be in good spirits, but this morning he was depressed depressed and appeared to be worried. and appeared to be worried. t Jn Christensen today v/oula not talk f . a _ i _ _ A _ i *.n.T-if-/\/l f-r\ O n'lTL' i*** TT1 n*1Vl . * ^ . , . j' freely and refused to answer many questions, declaring that he h-id told the e n t i r e , side of his story statement he gave out yesterday. Apparently he has riot fqv£0tie-i the caution given him by ' his attorney.' Halverson, to .say nothing further about the shooting and the affairs leading up^ to it. asked if WDee nac, anyi-mcs 1.1 i a /the hands when he walked toward him v on the road just before .he shoouns- i j'^i,«.-ic«*-ckT^o^t^ a n^'wroT^on no. u si ore **** _ « v-. ·.*-, ... * - _ rtT_-i A - _ . r i - n r . the j ' Yesterday, morning Christensen .asked if Bybee had his representative i Christensen answered "no," before ' his attorney could prevent him. -He was then asked what' he mes-iiU he said that "Bybee walke'J · toward him in- a threatening . attitude." . attorney would not allow him to answer this question. j VISITED BY FKIEMXS. | Christensen is at times allowed to leave his cell and walk out into sheriff's office.' .His cell 'door is -always -always unlocked and the .scores- of visitors who .call to- see him are allow$465 counties, pre- f Or the .ed -^-^^".fr^-SSiff .^S as they desire. His friends almost 'his hourly fill . sire. s . h h was ^KiTig a - his cell- -with- .baskets of ; fruit a n d - f o o d and so far.' sen has. not .been compelled to eat regular jail'fare. - - . . - . . . - ·

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  1. The Ogden Standard-Examiner,
  2. 24 Mar 1922, Fri,
  3. Page 1

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