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CflSETB CO TO THEM (Continued From Page 1.^ home at Tampico. near here, January January 27. 1932. died of three self-inflicted self-inflicted bullet wounds. The state gave brief rebuttal testimony testimony after the defense closed its case. Final arguments are scheduled for tomorrow and the case is expected to go to the jury late Tuesday afternoon. afternoon. Physicians and war veterans were on the stand in the afternoon ses- • sion. testifying for the defense as to abdominal gunshot wounds, such : as the one suffered by Stephens. Other defense witnesses told of statements by Stephens indicating he had contemplated suicide. In its rebuttal the state' Introduced Introduced the testimony of A. B. Friedlund, Friedlund, assistant cashier for a Glasgow bank, who read figures of Stephens' checking account showing the maximum maximum of $410 in September, 1931, was reduced to $115 as the maximum for the month of his death. Both Mr. and Mrs. Stephens had savings accounts, accounts, the official said, and at the time of his death Stephens' was $500 and Mrs. Stephens', $619.