Clipped From The Jacksonville Daily Journal
37 PERSONS BEING HELD FOR MURDER Harlan, Ky., May 23—C*»—After having returned murder indictments j against thirty-seven persons, the | special grand Jury which had been in j session here for more than two weeks t adjourned today. The grand Jury was called several weeks ago to Investigate j labor disorders which resulted in five deaths and the sending of state j troops to the Harlan county coal * fields. Eight additional murder indict| indict| ments were returned today in addl- i tion to similar indictments which court attaches said had been returned j previously. The grand Jury stipulated stipulated that all murder cases be held i over until the August term of circuit i ! court. Most of those accused of murder already are in Jail here, while deputies t are seeking others. No bond has been j allowed in the murder cases. Included Included in those in Jail are several union ! officials and three town officials, at Evgrts, near here, where most of the trouble centered. AWARD SCHOLARSHIPS Chicago. May 23— (4»)—Scholarship (4»)—Scholarship awards totalling *9,000 were made by the University of Chicago today to winners of its annual high school scholarship contests, held at Kansas City, Mo.. Tulsa, Okla., Rock Island- Davenport-Mollne. and at the university. university. Oak Park, 111., students led in the awards. The winners included Paul Zempel, Rock Islsnd, one-half scholarship, American history, and MUdrad Glass, Bloomington, 111., one* half scholarship, English. Mrs. O. W. Owlngs of Winchester was a shopper in the city yesterday.