John Killian

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SIXTY WILL FACE THE JUDGE THIS MORNING Halloween CeJebrators Are Charged With Wearing Wrong Kind of Clothes Patrolman's Troueer Cut. More than sixty defendants will face the Judge in police court this morning, twenty-five twenty-five twenty-five of whom were arrested Saturday night In connection with the celebration of Halloween Of the twenty-five, twenty-five, twenty-five, most of them are charged with disorderly oonduct in that they appeared on the streets in clothes other than that worn by persons of their sex. Many of the defendants are women who are charged with masquerading on the street In men's attire while a still larger number are men charged with dressing and parading the streets In tern ale attire. The arrests on the police blotter Include Include charges of murder against Andy Bates and John KUllan In connection with the killing of George Bates Sat urday night, but unless the defendants defendants demand It, any further hearings hearings Into the facts In the case probably probably will be left to the next grand jury. An unusually large number of arrests arrests have been made by the police since early Saturday evening for assault, assault, drunkenness and other offenses. Two defendants are charged with resisting resisting an officer, one of them, a ne-gress, ne-gress, ne-gress, slashed Patrolman M. Y. Angel's trousers with a knife, It is said, but as she had been drinking probably she didn't realise what she was doing.

Clipped from Asheville Citizen-Times01 Nov 1915, MonPage 7

Asheville Citizen-Times (Asheville, North Carolina)01 Nov 1915, MonPage 7
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