e . FORMER KENTTJCXIAN DBS. Musician's Body Is To Be Returned to Lexington For Burial. rscut DitriTca to taa i.tqcissa. Lexington, Ky., January 30. C. S. Freeman, a former resident ef Lexington, Lexington, who was assistant director of the orchestra at the Knickerbocker Theater In Washington, was among those killed when that theater collapsed Saturday night. Mrs. J. W. Scott, 340 Woodland avenue, avenue, received a telegram from Wasli-intton Wasli-intton Wasli-intton this afternoon Blatlnr that Free. man's body would be senl to Lexlngon ror burial as soon as possible. Freeman'j mother Is dead, but his father, V. F. Freeman, who now Is at Cuba, Ala., has been notified and is expected to arrive In Lexingtoo to-morrow. to-morrow. to-morrow. to-morrow. Freeman was 23 years old and was graduated from Lexington High School. ho wus a former service man. - '