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1THREE FACE ' DEATH TRIAL FORSURGERY i Faerbcrs, Puul Von Bode, Accused of Slaying Fillmore Fillmore Girl by Operation JUDGE FIXES BAIL AT §100,000 EACH Defendants Face Arraignment Arraignment Monday on Charge of Killing Myrl Warner Murder charges were filed by tho icounty attorney Saturday against • "Doctor" and Mrs. Alfred T. Faerber land Paul Von Bode, who are accused [of slaying Miss Myrl Warner, 20, of jFillmore, by an illegal operation on November 18. City Judge James A. Stump fixed bail at $100,000 each, and the three are scheduled for arraignment arraignment Monday. The complaint, drawn by Deputy County Attorney Frank Armstrong, paints a gruesome picture of the bru- jtal operation upon the young woman, I who died last Wedndesday from gen- |eral peritonitis, allegedly resulting jfrom the operation. The charge does not specify any particular degree of murder, and therefore includes murder murder in either the first or second degrees, degrees, voluntary manslaughter or involuntary involuntary manslaughter. It was because of this fact that Judge Stump set the highest bail on record in city court. Under a first degree murder charge, prisoners may not be released on bail, but bail may e complaint alleges that in performing performing the illegal operation, the three actually committed a felonious assault upon thoir victim. The operation, operation, according to E. B. Harrison, of the state department of registration, registration, was performed at the Faerber home at 255 Sixth East street. Although Faerber is listed in the city directory as a physician and notary notary public, Mr. Harrison reported that he has no license to practice ! medicine. The complaint was signed by D. H. Clayton, chief of detectives.

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  1. The Salt Lake Tribune,
  2. 29 Nov 1931, Sun,
  3. Page 24

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