Clipped From Denton Journal
At the preliminary hearing of Jakob Hauswirth, charged with the murder of Paul Wass, a farmer near Goldsboro, Md., Hauswirth was held without bail for the action of the grand jury by Magistrate Henry W. Wilkinson, of Ridgely. Wass, 58, was shot three times and killed on the morning of October 11, in the kitchen of his home, following a breakfast-table argument with Hauswirth, an employee on the farm, about the hour of arising and starting to work. The latter claims he shot in self-defense, as Wass was pursuing him with a knife. Mrs. Wass, the wife of the victim, was an eyewitness to the tragedy. Following the murder, Hauswirth immediately gave himself up to the police authorities. Joseph P. Anthony, aged 71 years, a native and. life-long resident of Caroline county,' died Wednesday evening, November 2nd, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Moore, near Denton, where he had lived since early autumn when his health failed ant he could no longer continue his solitary life at the Anthony homestead at Anthony's Mill, where he was born and had always lived. He was the last survivor of an old and prominent Â·Â· Caroline family, a son of Robert W and Elizabeth Melvin Anthony who had four sons and two daughters The family Is still well representet in the county, and elsewhere, by nephews and nieces of the deceased Funeral services will be held at two o'clock this afternoon (Saturday) a ' the home of Mr. and Mrs. Moore and interment will be made in the family burial ground at Anthony's Mill. Edith Cartwright and son, of Richardson Park, were guests of Mrs. Dora elvin last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Langford Sanders Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hutton, of Wilington, attended the funeral of their grandfather, Mr. G. L. Reed, on Sun- ay. Mr. and Mrs. John Bartley, Miss Jarion Marvel and Mr. Wilbur Jackon, of Wilmington, spent Sunday ith Mrs. Mollie Marvel. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Robertson and on, Samuel, of Lancaster, Pa., spent week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Samel Hutson. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Brown and aughter, Barbara, of Federalsburg, isited Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cohce unday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Shultic and aughtcr, Dorothy, of Wilmington, isited relatives here on Sunday. Mr. John Phillips, of Marcus Hook, pent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Phillips. Mrs. Ella Bowen, of Sudlersville, vas entertained part of the week by Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Clark. Mrs. H. C. Cooper spent the weekend with her daughter, Mrs. Geo. 'layter, in New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Culvin Shcnton, of Ihester, were guests of Mr. nnd Darius Pippin on Sunday. Miss Ruthanna Shultie was cnter- ained by Miss Helen Hudson on Sunday. Miss Annabel Clark spent part of the week in Wilmington. last her The the and tot. of Hobbs Mrs. S. G. Messick, Mrs. Gail J.