See? It happened even back then - 1915. Almost 100 years ago.
d e n t of t h i s . c i t y . her , h o m e .Hn. . o f Si- I N T O N l i a m I?ointon, werti , X " n d u c t e d Inter-, ^ M a r - 5s sur- e n . ..Mrs. George a m , - J e s s e - o n u sister, Mrs. o u r t e e n yeai" - old Edward k . - A v e n u e , who n o o n was in St. t i o n of. R Fern.s- Kayser, of. held at the Krank t ' Street, t h i s Fernsner k n o w n p l o y e d in the John .A w Ce t m a n n . AUTOUGENSETAG CORD MURDER GLUE CAMD1SN". Sept." 7.-- A' new . clue that .promises more, than any u n thpd so far by t"hf detectives' who ire invesUsaltins: . the murder qE Snm.uel Corrl; this wealthy I^anrel Springs real estate dealer, was" f vesterrtay a~ft"ernoon. " ioense ia.s- was discovered, at Mer- chanlville.by Chief of Police I^inder- ma'n. This la.s is 'believed to be icense number ...of the "nrorde'r car"' which .carried Cord's body to' the lonelv spot on River Road. , on the outskirts of Camden. where it was found riddled bv bullets... Olaf Peterson. Cord's partner, held is a material witness in the m u made a formal demand upon the Prosecutor's office for his release yesterday. The assistant , prosecutors whom he- made' his demand informed him that the .Prosecutor was w i the law in holdinc him. and that only-recourse v?as',-a,writ of habeas corpus. : Â· , i Â·Â· Peterson thereupon t h r e a t e sue the county for 'false 'arrest. ."Somebody's c r o i n c ' t o this." he said. "I'm- innocent of any connection with this thins. I've told all I know."and I c a n ' t , d A lot of lies have, been published ahnut me. and the Prosecutor acts if he "thoucht -I murdered Cord. c-oinir to sue " t h e county for for lalse arrest." *Â· ; r