1897 apr 30 phoenix detective agency coach

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They and of such they of Sat ask the sug- tha Buoer- is i In ARSON j The Serious Charge Made the! 1 s-sinst s-sinst s-sinst R.nn Parana anil TV if. a m.h.H.rn-""' m.h.H.rn-""' "" some experts also has Esh-elby. he regard the Tha of of this Sooth Norwood Aeensed of Firing Their Home. one be he esteemed the the In a on of atata- iia- of m... . x. i . . ... . vf wuw ua insurance companies placed Detectlva coach on the Squire Fisher, of Norwood, late laat evening evening Issued a warrant for tha arrest of Henry Ravens and his wife, of South Norwood, ehargtasT them with arson. The warrant was sworn out by K. E. Labes. a detective in rhe employe of R, J. Coach, of the Phoenix Detective Detective Agency of this city. Back of the prosecution are several Insurance com panics, alleged to have been defrauded by tha Ravens. Both Ravens and his wife were placed under arrest by Constable Everhardt, and In default of hall Ravens waa locked up at the Norwood Jail. Mrs. Ravens, now. ever, was 00 sick to be moved, and aa her physician. Dr. Hastings, made a. deposition to that effect Squire Fisher placed a guard over tho sick -woman -woman at her home. The arrest la tha outcome of an Invest lg-a-tloa lg-a-tloa lg-a-tloa lg-a-tloa lg-a-tloa Into the frequent fires that have -de -de stroyed the property of Ravens during the case, and he and his assistant. Labes. make the allegations against both Ravens and hla wife. ' They claim that hunt January the residence of tbe Ravens, on which there was insurance to tha amount of 95,400, and which toad just been completed by the In surance companies after a previous fire, was badly damaged, and that the second Are was the work of Incendiaries, and further further allege that the runty parties are Ra vens and. hla wife. - Detective-Coach Detective-Coach Detective-Coach alleges that Mrs. Henrietta Ravens made damaging admissions to that effect to the family of Charles Btoss, with whom ths Ravens boarded after they bad been burned out. The insurance companfes Interested are tha Hartford, tbe Eureka and the Cincinnati. Cincinnati. The house which was destroyed van sit- sit- uaiu Vii Dauin nag, juni wear 01 tne Oakley race track, tn a hollow, near which there are no other houses. When seen last nlg-bt nlg-bt nlg-bt Mrs. Ravena was too 111 to talk at any length. However, sue was em phatic in her denial or tbe charges placed against her and her husband, ana said that In due time she would make It warm for those who have been at the back of the present ana.tr. As a matter or fact. It was stated that at the time of the last Are tbe property that had been destroyed did not belong to tbe Ravens at ths time or tne nre. It oeing in tne course of construction, construction, for which tbe insurance companies companies were to pay all the cost, and that the house had not been accepted by Ravena or tile wire. Tne case haa not yet been set ror neanng on account or the Illness of Mra Kavens, out wmen. ame she win appear tn Court, and so. she claims, establish her In-1 In-1 In-1

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  1. The Cincinnati Enquirer,
  2. 30 Apr 1897, Fri,
  3. Page 10

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