Charles F Diveley in trouble again 1919

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Charles F Diveley in trouble again 1919 - t i s without casM. li Colored Prisoner Slashes...
t i s without casM. li Colored Prisoner Slashes Another. A free-for-all Jlg-ht In the county .'all was broken up by the police Friday nlgrht after John Holloway, one of the participants, had received a cut on the forehead from a k wielded by Ernest B.iker, colored. Holloway was also n e a r l y out by a blow on the head by Charles F. Dl\ely, but intended Baker. Just what started the t r o u b between Holloway and Baker Is not known, but before the f i g h t five men -were engaged In It. Turnkey Harry Alban was the only officer at the tail at the time and called for assistance from Captain Lee Clme. After the officers threatened to shoot Into the bunch the fighters broke away. DRAWS K N I F E Holloway and Baker were fighting and Baker drew a k n i f e and at Holloway. Dively went to head off the knife play and struck at Baker with his fist, but Baker and the blow landed on Hollowav'i head. Then another colored man Louis Renfro joined tn the melee before it was stopped Holloway a bad cut on his forehead and a physician was called to attend to hurts. The officer" took Baker's k n i away from h i m . and he may answer a charge of assault with deadly weapon. State's Attorney Deck will report the matter to the grand j u r y for Investigation. was searched carefully when put in jail, and no one knows where he the knife. He is In Jail on a charge

Clipped from The Decatur Daily Review18 Oct 1919, SatPage 3

The Decatur Daily Review (Decatur, Illinois)18 Oct 1919, SatPage 3
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