Clipping from page 2 of the newspaper The World, dated Saturday Oct. 6, 1900. This clipping appears to be a continuation of page 1, but was pasted onto a scrapbook page making page 1 unavailable. The article title is "Rice's Doctor, A Friend of Patrick, Prescribed Nux Vomica." An illustration shows Albert T. Patrick, Charles F. Jones, Captain Baker, and Magistrate Mott in the courtroom. Also shown in the illustration are the two forged bank drafts dated Sept. 22, 1900, one with Albert Patrick's name misspelled, tipping off the bankers to a suspicious situation.
"Newsclipping "Rice's doctor, a friend of Patrick, prescribed Nux Vomica"." (1900) Rice University: http://hdl.handle.net/1911/63463.
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