Joseph Generelly March 23, 1913

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Joseph Generelly
March 23, 1913 - FIGHT BEGUN ; .' '. - . ' : ' To Prevent the...
FIGHT BEGUN ; .' '. - . ' : ' To Prevent the Return of Husioa -Familr -Familr To New-York.'. New-York.'. New-York.'. sractai. DtsrATca to t rias. ew Orleans, La., March 22. Th first mov ef the . Music family agatnt the extradition extradition waa mad ' to-day to-day to-day - when I they brought suit In the United State Court to obtain their release and to recover the f 1S.6C0 found in the corset of Orace Music. Judge H. L. Laaarns, former District At. torney; Joseph Generelly, a member of th Leglilktur. and Georg Williams ar ayi-Ing ayi-Ing ayi-Ing jointly la this Action, to prevent the forced return of the family to New York. - Th claim for th return 'of the 'money found In th girl' . corset is baaed upon th fact .that she claims it Is her personal prqperty. ' As the is only detained as a witness, th money cannot be held unless It can be proved that she did not come In possession of U property.- property.- - Th money 1 largely In 15,000 bills, and Is deposited with th other sums found on the fugitives, in the New Orleans National Bank. The money was placed In this In stitution by th " police following Miss Muslca's claim that a' $3,000 bill disap peared when she waa searched at notice headquarters. -

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  1. The Cincinnati Enquirer,
  2. 23 Mar 1913, Sun,
  3. Page 5

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