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RICHARD ALL5UTT TO BE TRIED
FOB MURDER OF SISTER
The Killing of Mrs, Tiers and Attack
on Others Occnred in March.
Rockville. Md.( June 9. In the cir
cuit court next Monaay Richard W.
Allnutt will be placed on trial for the
alleged murder of his sister, Mrs. Val
eria A. Velrs. He s also charged with
having murderously assaulted his
eighty-year-old mother. Mrs. Marga
ret Allnutt. and Miss. Jane Rawllngs,
at the same time. Much' Interest is
evinced In the case in view of the ex
treme-atrocity of the deeds of which
the young man Is accused and . the
prominence of the family to which he
belongs. . -'
The killing of Mrs. Velrs and the at
tacka on the other two women be
curred on March 14 last at the home
of Mrs. Margaret Allnutt near Daw
soavllle, this county. Several months
before, Richard Allnutt had married,
and after his marriage he and his wife
had boarded at the home of his broth
er, Lawrence Allnutt, at Dawsonvllle.
For some time prior to the tragedy
different hurt vtatwl Wwun Ptoh-
ard W. Allnutt and his mother and
alster. The mother, her widowed,
daughter, Mrs. Viers,' fifty-nine years
old, and Miss Rawlinga; sixty years
old ( occupied .the home. Richard
wished to bring his wife : the-e , and
asked for one-half of the house. To
this the women" would not agree. They
thought the house not large enough th
accommodate all. . Richard, however,
took a different view of the matter
and brooded over his fancied wrongs,
j Although the favorite brother In th
eyes, of Mrs. Velrs, much of AUnutt'i
animosity was directed toward her,
and he went to the family borne on the
morning of the tragedy and uiet her
In the dining room, he was seized
with a mania to slay.
The man Is alleged to have grabbed
the handle of a pitchfork and vicious
ly attacked his sister, his aged mother
and the latters old friend and com'
panion. Miss Rawlinga, who happened
to be In the room. Mrs. Velr's skull
was crushed, her face , was battered,
and one arm was broken." She died
that night. Mrs. ' Allnutt , and Miss
Rawllngs were also frightfully cut
and bruised about the face and head,
and for a week or more their condition
ed was critical but they finally recov
Allnutt fled from tie scene of the
crime to : the- home of ' his ! brother,
where he was arrested ' later In the
day and brought, to Pockvllle, where
he has since been confined in jail. ;
The accused Is forty-five years old
and a son of the late Nathan W. All
nutt. one of the leading lawyers '; of
this section, and is the brewer of
Henry C. Allnutt. for many year "or
lster of wills In this county. AtNfhe
coming trial every effort will be made
to prove that Richard was temporary'
ly Insane at the time he Is alleged to
have murdered Mb sister. During
hia confinement he has Buffered from
extreme nervousness and Is said to be
on J the " verge of a complete break
down. Several times he -has been
examined by noted alienists.
lAllnutt's bride of a few months has
remained steadfast In her loyalty to
him. His brother and other members
of his family are also standing by
him in hia troubles. Hia aged mother
who la still suffering from the shock
of the murderous attack made upon
heri displays the greatest compassion
for her son and it is expected aha will
do all in her power to have him de
clafed insane. ,
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