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Income 31, Than MAIL High- 1 i-Mtuur Expenses Central the D-troli report proprietary, of 1907. operation $26.-275.5SS 521. a COURT TRIAL OR LYNCHING FACES ACCUSED MURDERERS Moat Rati Llk.tr ts Fallow FreUaaimawy- Uearlag ( Ma a sal Woaataa lBleata Tkiy Are Bsa4l Over. Bpt-lal Dtapattea ta Taa latar Ocaan. RICHMOND. Mo.. April 11. Unless Tarn McOonnigle and Mrs. Jane Burnett, hi slater, accused of burning Mrs. Maggie Me- Gonalgle. to death, are bound over to the court, they ara likely to be lynched, la the belief of prominent business men of Richmond. A great crowd was again present when the preliminary hearing was resumed her today. Henry Bray, a liverman. was subjected to a grilling cross-examination. Prosecutor Vivian led him to tell the story or his visit to Tom McGonnigle's home the night before the murder and their hunting excursion the next day down the river. About noon of this day the McOonnigle borne waa burned and the charred body of Mrs.' McGoanigle was found la the ruins. "Sentiment Is at a high tension." one merchant said, "and the fact that other men. against whom there was leas evidence thau against thia man and woman, have been lynched shows what you may expect from the crowds in town." MORMON CITES THAW CASE '