Clipped From The Cincinnati Enquirer
MONEY Was Offered a Witness Tt Cfcaaga Hrr Teitimtny Sckafrr Harder t ats at f.rd. It la Alleged tb - i1 I la n Kore- srsciai. siararca to vs assriaaa. Bedford, Ind., January 90. Ilmlnary trial of Bvaaa aad Browning to day for the murder of Mlaa Schafev, Rcnl Kelly, who waa examined laat Friday, recalled. She waa asked if. a I brother of Frank Evans tried te hire her to swear thst ah did not know whether the night ahe aaw Evans waa tha night of th. murder r not. Bh. aald a brother of Evans cam to her Saturday night aad offered her tw all ver dollar 1 change her testimony: O fieri corroborated her testimony, I I Hamp Shrout, who waa alght watctrmaa at the Brooks-Curtis stoneralll st the time of th murder, testified:- "On the alght of the murder, late, I went Into th boiler room of "the mill aad was dumfoundod to aee some man oil top of the boilers, I got hint down. He was wet, dirty, ad ex died. He informed ma how h earn there. I was not at the mill next day wba Frank Evans came to work." J Julia ("Dude") Cook, the star witness for th atate, waa recalled this afternoon for cross-examination. . ' Claude Borders testified tbat , Tad Cook asked him to remain with bo e night last fall, as Browning was preparing to kill her and she was afraid. - Attorney John W. Harris testified: "I waa acquainted with Browning,: tbe accused man. After tbe Schafer murder I saw Browning with a bandage around his head. The handkerchief bondage that was brought up In the Court laat week refreshed my memory as to that which I aaw of SO, 28 1 2 .21 tbe on Browning head just sfter the terrible I txagedy. 'Dude' Cook cams to my law office the latter part of December and asked my advice concerning her know led- of th murder. On January 21, luut aha told me that ahe had been"fore aa Investiga tion committee, and that bar 1 life waa threatened. 'Dude' Cook told mo about tb buggy ride ahe and Browning had taken. aad aha aald Browning had remained with her over night (one night after their rldei and he awoke aoddenly and aaked her If sho put her hand oa hi face. She told me I Cln- IS ans .12 34 24 94 24 th and she aald 'No.' -Then ho said: 'It must have been Miss Schafafs cold hand.', Sho told me then about tha murder aa Browning had described It to her. 7 Mrs. Osborno. tb restaurant keeper, said Rachel , Kelly sometimes stated that ; she might have been mistaken as to the n)ght Evans was with her aad took supper s( the restaurant. Tbe atate this afternoon was assisted by Judg Joseph titles, who up to to-day bad taken no part whatever. - , I Charles Warren, a bater. teatined tbat b had ahaved Evans tb defendant. few day before th murder, and Evan did aot wear a mustard then. Attorney Underwood said th etaie waa very much ur- prtord a thla teellosoay. aa It bad been ex. ported that Warren would testify, tbat Kvaae did wear a mustach until tn day after th murder. Aaron Arthur wa put oa lb atanal to testify that he kad heard CharWre Warren aay that he shaved Frank Evans's mustache off after the Schafer murder, but tbe Court held tbo atate could not Impeach Ita own witness, and Arthur was ex cused . ''it Ther Is but littlo dowbt the ana Iter win be referred to tbo grsad Jury.