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500 SOPEORIA ST ' gg398 ,' TEE. MONROE 353
ypl. l,,No. 153 , Chicago, Saturday, March 23", 1912' One Cent
MYSTERY OF VIOLA CARVER, MURDERESS
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Los Angeles Police-Cannot Find Motive "There
Was No Motive, Says Old Detective," "Viola
Garver Was Suffering from a New Biseasie
The Disease of an Overworked Girl.'" '
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Viola Allen, 23 Years Old,
Los Angeles,' March ,23.
What led'viora Carver, 23 years
old, goodlooking, the daughter of
goo'd parents, who are iri "com
fortable circumstnaces, to shoot
and kill J. E. Edge, wealthy real
estate operator? - - "- - '
Pretty, 'Gopd Murderess.
Did she murder .him in cold
blood? DicI she k'ili hipi in a sud
den outburst of." temper over a
'wrong done hef ? Or, did she, as
she herself ' says, shoot and kill
him purely by accident ?
. -These 'questions have been up-