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Mass Meeti g
At 8 o'Clock
JAMES H. FISHER
Will Discuss the Issues
in the Municipal
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ir the screaminog. I seldom went in
there unless it, was to pay myl rý ""s
or she would cell me in. lit 1
knew she was in an intOxicateii c01i
dition and I (Iidl't like to go lear
tr. Jl''sides these ecreanis I tia\e.
h11eard load talkging in Ithere and I
couldn't say whether it was Mi-. Mor
rissey or Mrs. Morrissey wt5 doing
L 1he ta I hin g. only just from
calf--I coultd just half say it was
them. But I know that she was in
an intoxicated condition.
Q. Did you know at any line that
.tlorrissey had locked her out on the
A. Not positively. I juit infter d
that she was placed out on the hack
(,. You told that to Miss D)uaine'
A. Yes. but whoever it was we,
aside the house.
Q. When did that occur. the tinm
he was out on the back porch when
con suirm ised she was locked out .
A. Thit was on the 22 nd.
Questioning by Mrs. .1ucken:
Q. I would ask Aliss Nellis who
Is ti. lady was that worked i r , sii' -
or up until a couple of hours before
.r death" She told her I?1ir", Niel
is lots of things that had hapl.'ued.
I .i Jackei t proceeds i with hmi
luestioning of Miss Nellis. I
Q. Will you state to the jury
.hat this Hiss Driscoll or Alrs. Dris
o11 had told xou about how Air. 1lor
rissey abused my sister? You re
nimbcr you told rie the morning aft
'r my sister died t?
A. Yes, she told mue she came in
t1h house and was speaking to Alrs.
Xiorrisney and asked her why her lils
icre so blue and Mrs. Miorriesey had
un:de the i''mark to her, thii; is hear
ay, that Mr. Morrissey had hit her;
hat was the cause of it and she told
tme when she went away I meaning
when Mrs. Driscoll left, the Xlorrii
Ivy homei tier t Mrs. Alorris .iy's
,telse was tall and 1 said, "Well, whly
lidn't you call somebody," and I aid
'I'n next door," and I said,' Mrs.
Coughlin lives down in the bia:e
Q. Didn't she also tell you, '"iot
sod's sake, don't leave me alone, I'o
tfraid of Morrissey'?"
A. She said something to that ef
Q. Well, tell it to the jury.
A. Well, just as you have said it.
iut that's hearsay and I coudin't -
I don't know whether the woman was
responsible--I didn't hear that.
Q. You told it to mie when ny
sister's lips were blue?
Q. Can you repeat just exactly
,Ihat it was that this girl told you
Oiis. Morrissey had said about Mr.
Morrissey, relative to when she :;tart
'd out, 'For God's sake?"
A. I don't remember her saying
'For (sod's sake." I don't ren:en
ter those words at all.
Q. What was it cte told you
bout -Mrs. Morrissey saying shel was
ifraid Mr. Morrissey would hill her
--what did she say at that time?
A. She was speaking about her
lips being blue.
Q. And she said Mr. Alorrissy hit
Mr in the mouth?
A. Air. Morrissey had hit her in
Q. Did she tell you Mrs. Morris
ey said she was afraid AIr. Monrissey
cilould kill he'r?
A. Something to that effect, but I
ioldn't gi'e you the exact wxi Is.
Q. And that was the morning aft
'r Mrs. Morrissey died that she told
A. Yen, sir.
Q. And when did the girl staleI
\1rs. Morrissey had told her that?
A. The day-let's see-- she diedli
in Friday---that was 'Thhursday morn
Mrs. C. M. Juckem, a sister of Mrs.
Xlorrissey, who resides at 7118
X. est Galena street, was at the in
buest yesterday. She has been pre
'nt every day since the proceeding.
tegan, and has followed the sworn'
estimony of the witnesses with in
In addition Yesterday to takiinr
unh deep interest in the proceeding
lie x'was the first witness to take th
.tani following the afternoon rece.
suriod, and while on the stand toll
if a conversation she had with 'Mine
Nellis, who lives itt a Motiissey
ipartment at 209 Noith Idaho street.
bliss Nellis walas a witness during the
-rocedings of Wedneaday, but hei
lapse 14' 1HOry 4 '4111 ;:oilrV ' 1.
r1e0.11y )u1.0(d her ' for1m !'41' '1
the incidents re1 atile to t d:':(lit o01
1 rs. J1 ckern 'lis. .ell: luol
told her that the rolv:0s in the
Morrissey ho(ne 1a1. ' ''n 40 ometh11t4
terrible." 141). re in to Mrs. luck
011 11u(d 1141 offer014001 M4' Nlliis in
o140l40' 10 a e0mi.4 . t ho 1> ill, former
to thlo' lof t. "Isn't this 84:41 about
my 814r 4death1 ? \4..rti4nI to
Mrs.11r. 1c'm, Miss Nellis had also
told her 11he ''will ne11r forger w1hen
the gla tl 1 4 the kitchen do( r 4of the
Alorriso. h 1me0 wa4. brokl:n. Miss
Nollis, how1a'er, had not told ter how
the gtsla:; h(cam'e br1oken1.
Skiter S4e4 1Luis84.
Mr4.Jc44e4n' also tol4 of Ed Alor
ri.8se8 calling her by i1,'iphonc -1 n till'
night of 11:;4c41 2S, a14 t1lling her of
;t1e death of her sis-14 4. :444 when she
ask111(1 !4'.I what h);,d 41 hIIr deaf111
11l' 1tol her his v.- I' ha,! 4441en ill
about1 thre e41 . day . ..1. iellstt wont
to her 111:ter's ho1114 , n1iediat1 ly up
on receil jug the telephone call. lay
the time 1he reached there the ro
m11ins of her sister had 1 11111 re
14408d to 1 e1 undIrto:king parlors.
(Ir1. .I4c4144 lid n0ot see the remains
until about 1 1: the 1 ie:.t day. That
4.ar the 1irs-t me she h1s4 s14 en her
4i8 in a 14 14 led 1 of three mon4 I;s,
;:n1l :114' was 8rr a lsly surprised to find
her so grea4 ly c4' I:nged i44 a1ppear'an' c.
featlurs :48. (11 he fa4 wire en
larged. Whilt ' )1' di44 not exam4n1
the body 14in4t44ly Mrs. .1u'kem' said
sh81 ''1oved t4 4 1:1ee4 ea'er'1'g the
body sufficiently- to discern a mark
4n the right 4 n11'1 which resembled a
brui441. 'hl,' ;'4e4 4otice0 d Ihi lips
were 'wollen an' 4 1 ii bluish color. Ni1e
also saw' two 1n4r 4 about the left
llood-S tained Iiedlingl.
1She also told (f re1movin4 g iii' t b1d
1i11g of the bed o44 which her sister
died and a; 14:4 e 4' id ' o found 14 blood
stain of (4 bout the size of a ' 4 -rent
14 o n o'4 tihl1 pillow and a p1c1 uliar
blue-blood stain o" one 04 heet, a st1144
of a cha41c1ter she had never before
s'4n, though ' '11( was sure it -Vwas not
a stain of ink. The bedding ap1iared
to ha1e glen 4.4t on the10 bed during
the d41 of the 1t i 1h.
liss Louise luannie, who formerly
lived at the apartments of Miss Nellis,
but left. that. place two or three days
before 11rs. Alorrissey's death, and
moved to 120 North Idaho street.
was also a wit81 ss yesterday, but she
said sh1e knew nothing of Mrs. .Mor
riss(y's case x's'ep(. what Miss Nellis
had repeated to het' while she lived
at the hom1e of the latter. 1iss Du1 -
nie said while she lived with Mliss
Nellis she never heard any unusual
noises at 1114' l rrissey bombe, her
room was in such 1a location that s51e
might not have heard anything un
DEA'THIS A1N1 FTNLil .\I1;
Kesl-The sins of t1he lute
Mrs. Mary iKe:I, aged 42 years, will
he shipped f rou lnggan's iunlecr
taking parlor. to Salmon, Idaho,
Sumlay afternoon over the 0. S. L.,
where interment wi I take place.
1)elacy-The remains of the late
Cecil 1)ieacy will hI shipped to loe
dora, Intl.. wiji:' interment wil!
I4Jyle-The i nwral of the lat.
Michael li'ile w I take place toinor
row (Satirdlay morning at 9
o'clock at the r -idence of Mr. P. A.
\Wass. 731 It; a ve:nue, proceeding
to the Sac-id I irt church, where
mass will I- I'llebrated at !):3u
o cloci. litii n: tt in the Catholic
Sullivan-il i funeral of the late
Mrs I. ii t Sullivan, aged z:
Syeais, mill t l place tomorrow
( ii a , lng at 9 o'clock at
the resith:i + il her sister-in-law,
:t61 nC I- . : y, proceeding to
St.. where mass will
be !1:30 o'clock. li
ter:t tit in t , [[,Il Cross ceincte "
Reliable t'ndertaker and Embalme,
g22 North Main Street
DANIELS & BILBOA
Undertakers and Embalmers
t25 East Park St., Butte. Phone 88A
JIesideuce Phone 417-W.,
Auto uutl i ;vrlige Equipment
usual. Alýsi Thnenitt said Miss Nxelis
had toldher tI hat she. Ih latter, had
heard screaens in t I-lo ist v home,
and that ance site thought she heard
some and full, noi so loud one
night that she iid i 'ft her bhd to
close the doors, (10 0 hat she ex
pressed surprise i!tit '1i-; Duanie
had not heard the sa - 'unla.
Several I iis 5 - iiniuie said
Miss Nellis iid fod al't of it ngling"
she had he-rd in thI ' otris'vi- homtt'.
Miss Nellis had also I o-l i nt.. witness
of a time when ?,r'. Uniorn:sey was
in the bank }ard. input nyi locked
out of l ht-iouse. and ihi i Al:s Nellis
did not wi~nt to ho on III( hack porch
of her hliose to get soiii'lng she
had left there h iuse Mirs. \t a \orrisse'.
was in hlr own bir-k i'rd' and Miss
Nellis diid not want to talk to her
then: Miss l)unii said she had lived
with Mlisu Nell is between one or two
months, did no; know the Morrisseyt;
and insisted sit'' had tes 'r heard any
noises in that vicinity. thati she was
iotme but little other titan during
Friend'. t'e, Bruises.
'Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy. wl'o, with
Miss Anna Sullivan and (t s. O .\itAla
had gont to Vtalshii ttnilerta king
parlors iast Saturday afternoon to
view the remains of .lra. Morrissey.
said she liad heard some wtoian tel
of tourriasey beating his wif', lit
ll'rs. Nennedy refused to divulge that
ivolan's aitnae without her coa~ni
tnt tmuting thtat. Ihe woman was ini
Turnling to the crowd. County .1t
torney Jatck:,n asked that fihe woma
referred to stand up, but no o(; e
spontietI. Airs. Kennedy suad while
at WValsh 's inarlors llnderlaker Hmar
riiigton had told the Iladies hat he
tod l'in working several horis to
eiu- e tie' remains to be prtsenltable.
S-te -alyd attettion to the pretty
hands of Mrs. Morrissey, and its Aiss
:;ullit an touceind one lu;11nd the sleeve
.c>s removed, revealing the bruise
on the wrist. The witness also no
tiied a mark on her face. All being
I of the ".tine faitit. Mrs. Kennedy said
the three women knelt beside the re
mains and offered prayer. In ref'r
ring to rumors rite had hieard about
the Morrissey affair, every ott'
seemed to timid about telling any
thing thit sle did not thilik rumors
should hit considered. If she had any
taties of persons she had heard tell
ing anythingt site would subtuit the
u::ant-: to ('Droner Holland. but she
said she had no names to submit.
Mrs. T'Alera also testified to being
at the niutierttilting parlors. She did
not know lMrs. Morrissey, hald only
gone to the parlors to view the re
nitaits beiause the other women had
,asked hier. She only glanced at the
bodly. She0 noticed the face was dis
Colored blue. the right cheek being
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I Western Meat Cohipany .
I Current Market Prices on
I FRESH MEATS I
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\mi c n [ I - 221/2c
L.4 o .11)o Ib30
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\I 1anno z 4 c ir w 4 '4:4 to %1o c4j on ..I1
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Western Meat Company
14 PHONE 1332 121 E. PARK ST.
WHERE EVERYBODY BUYS
\", Vil1[ S.\\\ ['T IN THE libLETN
4u1b owlolt lighter thani the tort. She
tIhed Mliss 1 eller, t1w nurse. i ilthe
it didii tolt wasn't1 10old where' the
hrOis' 1werI. 111'11 jlenill had1( 11e0n
rolled1 IIo the' black ,pot s o11 111e wrist
but1 :aiII' didn't1 I '00 111 Iwrist. Slite also
I tih11( ii'eokad e hadl 1t'l'11IV011 Ile body
a t 11. 's. O'1e1'a (lidt not, knlow
who had told 101117111. Kenned0(t that Alor
1'i581' h111d beten~i his wile. S111 was
told( of Airs. AljjI'lissey's deatht by a1
Atl's. foster wh xIo liv.'s at 909 Southi
N urse ()hse1'ved Marks.
Eima to I. tpelier t(''titttii that 51he
wlas the 111'ure whot hatd prep1151(d thel
and( p11a11edth 11 r out. 'lThe body~ was
dressed ini unde01rclolthing when site
attended)'1 it ill Ill-' a 1ternoontl abou~lt 4
o'clocki. Shel o1nly) sat 11he a1Ils .II1C
11111. Slit saw liturks o)1 t1he (e1111''s
1n 1)111)' 10011 onI 1)ne1 o111. Tile
She could not remt oiter that she had
Itd any conversatiolt with any one
who called to view the remains. She
lid 1ott know tow long the under
takor had been engaged preparing
the body. She was not there at that
time. The body had been dressed in
undt rclothing wteti s.he arrived. She
supposed Mri t. Morrissey had cied of
heart t rouble. She said it was a com
jnov occurence for the face of a
large person to te swollen atter
death, ni d that. kidney trouble or al
coholist or other cause mightt cause
the face to bloat. Death from pnet
mttottin sometimes caused the face to
Air. :Morrissey was not present at
the hearing yesterday afternooa. It
is possible that he may not have en
tirely recovered from the effects of
the numerous high-balls he imtbi'ied
at the dinttr given itt "honor' of
\liss Nellis and others who tmight
have knowledge of i irctmttstances
leading up to the death of Mrs. Mor