"...yesterday, the sale of seats is large, and the affair promises success. Col. 'Francis L. Smith has been called to New York by the death of his In-Iaw, Mr. William a Strong, a promi- nent banket of that city ... THE WASHINGTON POST: )AY, MAY 16, 1905. STAMPED T0 HEATH Man Killed In Drunken Quar- rel at Max Meadow. HE MED IK INTENSE AGONY Samuel Burns, the> Slain Man, and His Awalfcnt, Charles Hudson, Were ... Sup- posed; to Bo the Best of vial Dispute Started the 5on Held to Answer for Murder. J flpootel to Post Roanoke, Va.. May Burns was killed In a drunken quarrel yesterday at MaJt Meadows Charles Hudson ... , who, wtan Burns vas knocked down. Jumped on him with feet and literally stamp- ed him to death lingered for sev- eral hours and died..."
May 16 1905
Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America