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Quickly notb- -i" of to more two two a of the as CONDITION III in mm 1on« da subsidiary and record the end ,,lng to pre- be to Gunderson Brothers all Not Guilty Father of Accused Men Trying to Furnish Bail KARGO. May 26. Florence Graveley the twelve-year-old gM who gave over two weeks ago to a child at hospital in this city, was unable by reason of her delicate condition to present at the hearing yesterday afternoon afternoon which was set for 2. 3, o'clock before Police Magistrate Miller when George, Carl and Gunder Gunderson Gunderson were each to have bad a preliminary bearing on a criminal Tbe three bi others were represented by Attorney W. H.' Barnett, and State's Attorney Fowler handled the case for the commonwealth. The latter asked for a continuance, stating that it was deemed dangerous to the health of the child-mother have ber undergo the ordeal of appearing in court at this ti...e. The case was then continued until Wednesday, June 14, at 2:00 o'clock. There are three different complaints made, one for each of the three defendants and they will be heard separately. Magistrate Miler asked each of defendants to give bail in tbe-sum of $1.000 or $3.000 in all. Father Present. Halver Gunderson, the aged father of tbe trio was present in couil i*rday and will do hig ut-ost to cure tbe ball bond, tie Is a substantial substantial farmer who has resided about six miles east of Kindred for several years and the family has been considered considered among tbe most respectable in that community. ^ Immediately ter tbe legal matters were. attended to the three were turned over to Sheriff Boyle who escorted them to jail. When each case was called each man was asked how he pleaded Attorney Baruett answering for the-said: the-said: "Not Guilty." George Gunderson. the eldest of defendants, states that ha Is 34 old, while tbe youngest Gunder is abount 19 . Judge Miler and State's AttOrtiey Fowler have decided tbat all but witnesses, attorneys and newspaper en shall be excluded from the hearing* hearing* when they take place June 14. The law peimtts this being done trig will exclude all morbid curiosity seekers and others, not directly interested interested in this unfortunate ccse. accused secured bail late last night.

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  1. The Bismarck Tribune,
  2. 26 May 1911, Fri,
  3. Page 6

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