Part 3 A. C. Mikel
Counsel in Opening Statements. But little has been ' told of the facts and provocations behind the killing of A. C. Mikel at Downs last April. Tbia part of the affair baa been a sort of myBtei-y. it has not been published before ar.d Was not known to the general public until related for the first time by the attorneys on both sidos yesterday afternoon In their opening statements before tile Jury. Miles K. loung, ntate's attorney, in bis opening address ftucul thai the defendant aid some worn lor A. C Mikel in January, 11)14, and that they had ' some troublo over a settlement. Tho uuarrel became such that Mikel told tne Uufeiidant that he did not want 11. m, meaning Craig, to come to his house anymore. After the trouble in January, Craig bid goodbye to his I sister, who was Mikel's wife and I went south and west. There he re- ! malned for several months. Upon 111s return Rnd on the Saturday before the killing, Craig came to his sister's home in Downs. She told him to stay away because she was fearful something would happen because of the relations between her husband and Craig, her brother. The defendant was working in a garage at the time in Downs.