Ward shooting Oct 1910
- Ward Under Heaw Bondir - Charles Ward, one of the men implicated ;iit the shooting. of Night .Watchmana Ijynch of the Green River Manufacturing Com- Com- pany, was tried r yesterday after-; after-; after-; noon, before Magistrate J. C. Moir ani placed under a bond of 500. .to appear at the next term of criminal court. - Grover DavisJ. also connected tlle T0W nnder a bond of to appear. at the same time. The hearing was ?to have been before .Magistrate. R. M. : Oates, . wa rausierreu u ixor- ixor- row s court.; ine witnesses were numerous, ana tne grand jury roX, weu 4"ea. . . , ; ?GJr$ cnencK represent-1 represent-1 5 iir. u. . uen, wno is aetermin- aetermin- ?dtQ break up the spirit of rowdy: sm which js becoming maesttin the nghborhood 4thiM lg-mffl, lg-mffl, lg-mffl, a.nd who is also inclined'to the be- be- iat wne pepiegatn m-a m-a m-a i""" fu6iu vp f11? i?t:;-Sl.-?STue,' i?t:;-Sl.-?STue,' i?t:;-Sl.-?STue,' wm5; P Ward and -Bavis. -Bavis. Mr: Rector urged the trial magistrate to duce the bonds. 1 This was done in the case of Davis, from $150 to $75, but the" original ' bond in I Ward's case was aUowed to stand. Officer Lynch who is the Mis- Mis- hospital, Asheville, s resting rc;f;Tr :::rrT rrCJ 4t lS Obeyed he will now re- re- COVer. Morgan," the bad man from Polk, who fired the almost fatal shot, is still ;at large., ' , .