Hearing Next Week, Joseph Honore Jr try to return
ac!count, in EARING NEXT WEEK ATTORNEY FOR MRS. HONORE SAYS PRELIMINARY WILL NOT BE WAIVED. Case Will Be Heard as Soon, as She is Well Enough->Probabty Will Remain Remain Where She Is Temporarily. airs. Honore %aa retained F. J. Oyler as her lawyer. Mr. Oyler said this morning that Mrs. Honore wou.'d not waive her preliminary, but th^t he did not believe she would be In a condition for It before the middle of next week. He said'an effort would be made to induce the officers to allow allow her to remain where she is under gaard until there is some improve- I ment in her condition. Joseph Honore, Jr.. returned to Saint Louis last night, but h? will try to return to be present at the preliminary hearing in justice court next week. He left for St. Louis last night. He and Sheriff Richardson traveled to St. Louis together. Mrs. Honorc's physician stated today that she would be unable to leave her room for several d^ys. so the county officers in all probability will allow her to remain where she is. Lon Royer, who was placed on guard yesterday afternoon, immediately immediately after Mrs. Honore was arrested, has been on duty ever since, and he is very much tired out. He probably probably will be relieved some time this nfitmon. Mr. Royer spent the night in the apartment, for the most pan in one of the vacant rooms. There are plenty of vacant rooms now. Once or twice during the night .Mrs. Honore called for a drink, but aside from that there wJis nothing to disturb his Virgil. A. L Rogers, tho stenographer In the cotmty sttorney'o oiTk'c who took the testimony before the coroner's jury, began this morning to make a transcript of the testimony. It probably probably will be the most exhaustive testimony testimony ever taken before a.coroner's jury in Allen counf}-. The tran.script promises to make over two hundred pages of typewritten matter.