Sept 12 1921
STAR TWO FATALLY SHOT AT NEGRO BAPTISTS!, , NATIONAL MEETING NEW .ORLEANS, La., Sept 11 Janie Miller of Xcw Orleans and the Rev. C. J. W. Bo/u of Nashville, Tenn., were shot and fatally wounded at to| to| night'3 closing' session of the '.nsgref I Baptist's national convention. Several^ persons barely mlsi-ed serious injury in the panic that "ensued among the. 2,000 persons in the auditorium. , Iavid Miller, the woman's hnsb*Â«r].'. is being held for the shooting, the mcV live of which the place say-wa? eaJouÂ»v. According to their reports all the ,f^'Â» bullets flred by Miller were Intended his wife, and the -Rev. Mr. Boy/1 ,Â»a-S ! the victim of a stray Shot. TheJI\,, Mr. Eoyd is secretary of the Banff training school. The big chorus of singers, Which played a prominent part ln'thÂ«-Â«o"--Â·"- | tion, sang to quiet the cr"^' """"I j officers of the organization Â·' uiaiwl among tne throng exhorting TM '" *Â· At the hospital the d'dng Â·"Â·"'Â«" I a'statement that her iiisbb" ' V i Â» ' i follovriiig her .ill da 11 ' *rid " Â» ' Â»hr to the tabernacle te tscar* ht Â».