Rousell did not flee but was hurt.
MORE ABOUT ROUSELL. so Said Not to Ue MUalng Hurt In Kaoiai City. The story published Saturday that Ed Eousell had jumped his bond, as soon as it became known that he was wanted to answer to the charge of misappropriating misappropriating money belonging to the order, is not true, as Rousell was seen I in Kansas City yesterday by Lawrence I people who are down there. He was one of the spectators at the baseball game and was there with Ed and Oscar Lander. 2dr. ttouseu spoKe to nis mends as though he had DQ desire tQ hlde his whereabouts, and the story that he could not be found in Kansas City, where he has been at work for the Western Union Telegraph company for some time, is not borne out by the facts. Word was received in Lawrence this morning that Ed Itousell had fallen from a cable car while on his way to work and had been seriously hurt. He had not been examined by physicians when word was sent to Lawrence this morning that he was hurt, and it is not known just how serious his injuries are. Mr. Rousell has been working for the Western Union Telegraph company in Kansas City and was on his way to take his place for the day when the accident occurred. Uis many friends i here will hear of the accident with re-1 re-1 re-1 gret, and hope that the next news from him will be that he was not seri ously injured. Latcrence Journal.