Law: The Ward Case Bitterness

An Able Judge -Men Are Equal

The Ward Case Bitterness—An Able Judge -" Men Are Equal "

The so-called Ward case has succeeded in attracting national attention. A summary of the facts:

Over 16 months ago an impotent sailor, Clarence Peters, was shot by Walter S. Ward, a son of the millionaire baking magnate (Ward's Bread), on a lonely road near Rye, in Westchester County, New York. Ward confessed, through his counsel, that he shot Peters, but claimed that he shot in self-defense and that Peters was an accomplice of a desperate band of blackmailers, who wanted Ward's money or his...

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