News clipping from the New York Journal, Oct. 8, 1900, as clipped by Henry Romeike news clipping service. Headline of the newspaper clipping is "Forgery Charged in Rice Case to be Pressed in Court To-Day." The sub headlines are "Evidence Against Patrick and Jones, Sufficient Hold Them, Has Been Found Says Assistant District-Attorney," "Short, Who Witnessed Second Will, Says He Often Did Such Work for Rice Without Examining the Documents," and "Experts Who Compared Valet Jone's Writing with Alleged Forgeries Say Now That He Is Deeply Involved." Hand drawn illustrations on the newspaper include interior of Rice's apartment and a view of Albert T. Patrick and Charles F. Jones behind bars.
"Newsclipping "Forgery Charges in Rice Case to be Pressed in Court Today"." (1900) Rice University: http://hdl.handle.net/1911/63499.
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