Albertson shooting trial

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Albertson shooting trial - MRS. ALBERTSON'S FATE a a a a . irttr auc ta...
MRS. ALBERTSON'S FATE a a a a . irttr auc ta tae pai waa tha Laat Uilaa V. a A i A aa aaj-tV aaj-tV aaj-tV rge Oarvta had taatlfiad pravloua-ly pravloua-ly pravloua-ly that ha haard hla elalar and Karl Ianny plaa to murder bar hoabaad. yri A'.brtoa. to gat bla money. Tba mm. which la probably tha moat aacaaUonal ever tried hero, la attracting avan mora attention locally locally than did tha Vlrrll Darker trial hara laat aPrlng. The Uttla eoart-room eoart-room eoart-room ta crowded to Ha capacity, and handrada ara turaad away at every CLAYPOOL WOMAN IS LAST WITNESS IN OWN DEFENSE. SOON IN HANDS OF JURY DENIES SHE SHOT HUSBAND rr-tJ rr-tJ rr-tJ a Th IadlaBan:a Samal ! WARSAW. Ind. January 14- 14- T ' . - ' """wa. wii ;n ina jvobciqsko clrcu t court har on the charge hr fcuaband. of attamptlng to kill j tngtoa for Oacar Craven, poatmaa-Fd poatmaa-Fd poatmaa-Fd Albartaon. on t tr. randidat r.-a r.-a r.-a . ThankagUlag evening at tkatr home ; Hon for tha congrvaa on the Wmo-In Wmo-In Wmo-In C.Tiooi. Id4 will b tn tha hands! crt c tKket m tha Sacond Indiana of tha Jury oon. tha Indications war tevday. Mr. Albartaoa took tha stand lata Friday ird was the last witness for t-.e t-.e t-.e defense. She denied that she r'-.o: r'-.o: r'-.o: her h-iband. h-iband. h-iband. as ha testified on j trie rrfflmi day. but lr.s:ate.l that e ipi Vimself aa he waa threaten- threaten- ire to kill her. She said ha came to kr heme earl r Th an k gi v. ng eve- eve- r.ir.a She was s'ck an1 tn bed. Ha came to her tedroo . j-.e j-.e j-.e teatifled a--. a--. a--. a--. .1 ter. waked trto another room, where h- h- foui1 a le'ter from a North Mar. heater automo;.; . ea.er re.a-tie re.a-tie re.a-tie to a tire wh.ch. Mr AU-er'.aon AU-er'.aon AU-er'.aon , aM her husband stole As ha con-ccjded con-ccjded con-ccjded reading the letter. Mr Al-berton Al-berton Al-berton testified he drew a revolver and rushed at her. saylr.g "My tod. w:.at are you trying to do. send me , to the penitentiary or the Penal I Farm " i ' I aara Ha Beat Hrr tlts Wts. Mr. Albertsn testified that be jthen tore her night dress and struck j her in the face and finally sat on har hea-1 hea-1 hea-1 and beat her with th weapon rubbing th sharp point of tha sight over her bar limbs She aay h finally broke away from him and rar. from th house She testified that she heard no shot, but supposes he accidentally shot himself after ahe escaped. She testlfed that h ran. In her stocking feet, to th home of her parenta. two miles away. Sb testified that her husband wa a "bootlegger" and mad "moonbln" whteky. he alao aald tbat on a former former occasion h kicked her In the stomach until she wa unconclou and then called a doctor and aald ahe was either drunk or had attempted to commit suicide. Mrs Albertson'a torn clothing and stockings were Introduced aa evidence. evidence. Her statements about th injuries sh received wer substantiated by Ir H MrClnre. of Claypool. who attended her following the shooting He said her eyes were blackened and she had lacerations about her Um be. K vhea Alarrtsea Daws. Jamas Oarvln, brother of Mra Al-hertson. Al-hertson. Al-hertson. testified that on Thankaglv-ing Thankaglv-ing Thankaglv-ing rught. preceding the shooting, he met Albertson. his brother-in-law. brother-in-law. brother-in-law. brother-in-law. brother-in-law. In front of the Claypool poatofflc. and they had a fight. H said he knocked Alberteop down and then walked away On cross-examination, cross-examination, cross-examination, (larvin admitted that he tried to buy a revolver that night, but Insisted he desired It merely for defens. sine he had heard of threats by Albertson to "get him " He alao admitted that on a former occasion he pointed a gun at Albertson and ordered blm nut of hts home, but declared th gun waa not loaded. Kira Ienny. a farmer, living near Claypool. testified that Oeorge Gar-Tin Gar-Tin Gar-Tin another brother of Mra. Albert -son. -son. told him tl.at be would eend his CRAVENS MAY ENTER FIELD Daerwt la tmr Oa-agi Oa-agi Oa-agi mlml - 1 1 i II i Crows! to Tha T yr-li yr-li yr-li Haw) UUXJM1.NUTOX. lad. January 14 lad. January a v.. w . ronrri.inni rfutr4f Ills frknda tha Said with ba la a can- can- ara urging h:m to laad announevmeot tbat j dl v . .r crtrtni haa baa I TV.. om i r. gt n for th U postmaster of st nln j ear n d h will na he will rtv UP that ofTlc In . iew aayw to William Uraham. Republican, Republican, who lately waa selected bv nin. dow repreeentatlva tai in conareae. wno . fc Republican r avns Is th owner of a local Ifmft-ritir Ifmft-ritir Ifmft-ritir papar and la th aon-ln-iaw aon-ln-iaw aon-ln-iaw aon-ln-iaw aon-ln-iaw of Roberts W Ml era. who waa :n the cona-rea cona-rea cona-rea alght years frora this dist net. CM a-. a-. a-. amptl IBw rv ytar bob -w -w aojr particular atV eti.- eti.- lemirtvT i .--: .--: .--: .--: w- w- - h. ye be mamas money "" thrcug bjj Prof. Charles the famous oryanist, his accompanist. Second Presbyterian and Pennsylvania streets, Jean S. Milner, minister, WW The church was filled at service. Pews free. 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  1. The Indianapolis News,
  2. 14 Jan 1922, Sat,
  3. Page 11

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