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MAY 27, 1930.
MAN SOUGHT IN FATAL FIRE IS HOTELSUICIDE Anderson Suspect in Arson Deaths of Three Ends Life by Shooting. Sought by officials of the state fire marshal’s office in connection ■with an incendiary fire which caused death of three persons at Anderson, March 31, Otto Gooding, 50, of Anderson, ended his life by shooting himself in a downtown hotel room late Monday. He was found dead in the room twenty minutes after he had regis tered. Edgar Thompson, a Negro employe, finding the body while working. No affidavits had been filed against Gooding, according to Al fred Hogston. state fire marshal, but he was sought through two states for questioning in the fire. The blaze caused deaths of Mrs. Mary Gooding, 68, an aunt of the dead man; her sister, Mrs. Jennie Rife. 62. and J. W. Moor, 62, a farm laborer, when Mrs. Gooding’s house was destroyed by fire early in the morning of March 31. The Madison county grand jury at Anderson recently returned a ver dict of accidental death in the tragedy and announcement that the state fire marshal’s office was con tinuing investigations in belief the fire was incendiary was not made until after Gooding was found dead. A note found in the hotel room asked merely that an Anderson un dertaker take charge of his body and that the Odd Fellows lodge pro vide his burial. He had $5 cash in his pocket. Fire marshal’s office officials had sought him in West Virginia recently, but failed to lo cate him. This 8-Piece (HA Complete Bed room Outfit / VS Handsome Bedroom Suite. Large Dresser, Roomy Chest and Full Size Bed, semi poster, new straight front or bow en ds. All pieces rich walnut finish on selected gum and adorned with raised ornamentations. Included also is a fine all-steel coil Spring, best for comfort, a 45-pound Sterling Mattress, all cotton and felt, in layers, also a pair of Pillows and a Bedspread. A wonderful bargain, indeed. 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Fraternities pledging their support are: Phi Delta Theta, Sigma Chi, Delta Tau Delta, Lambda Chi Alpha, Sigma Nu, Kappa Delta Rho, Delta Alpha Pi, Tau Kappa Tau and Chi Rho Zeta. LIQUOR RULING AIDS CITY MAN _j Rum Buyer Is Freed After High Court Decision. Angelo Donafrio, 1528 West Twenty-sixth street, was free today because a few hours before his arraignment before United States Commissioner John W. Kern, news papers bore accounts of anew United States supreme court liquor ruling. Donafrio admitted purchase of a half-pint of liquor from Solomon Grill, 1230 North West street, grocer, in whose auto he was arrested when Grill was captured by federal dry agents Sunday night. Walter O. Pritchard, Donafrio’s attorney, produced a newspaper story of th' ruling and moved for dismissal of his client on grounds that the high tribunal held the purchaser of liquor no law violator, and that lack of intent of sale re moved a possession charge. HEADACHE? 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