Schickel Rosa & Hoefler Divorce Suit. 1896
LTOEFLiER DIVORCE SUIT. Two Verdicts For $3,000 Each In the Equity Division. The case of William Rider, charged with th murder of Alary Boyd, an old colored woman, came up In the Criminal division yesterday, and the day was consumed consumed In selecting Jurors. Out of the fifty summoned, eight were selected and after dinner more had to b called In. When court adjourned the following ten had been selected and were sent to th hotel for the night: It. J. Campbell. Harry H. Alnslle. August Boldt. Sr.. T. J. Randall. John W. l.ightfoot. K. H. Savage, John VV. Barker. John Rlchey. Andrew B. Ludwig and H. II. Werst. A Fireman's Wife;. Sutt for divorce itai filed yesterday by Rona. Hoefler against John Hoerler. the plaintiff charging that the marriage was procured by the fraud of the defendant. defendant. Her maiden name was Rosa Schickel, and the marriage took place in JefTeraonvllki February 15 last. She charges that on Starch IT the defendant drove her from home and has since failed failed to provide for her. The defendant Is said to he a member of th LouiavilM Fire Department, and the plaintiff asks that property owned by c!m on Ward street be settled upon her as alimony.