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  • Clemency was extended by the court to G.H. Turner of Gold Hill, convicted Thursday of contributing to the delinquency of Alma Britt, aged 14 years, Friday afternoon when a fine of $100, the same suspended, pending good behavior was administered by the court. Turner is a well-known resident of Gold Hill, highly suspected, and ...
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  • Clemency was extended by the court to G.H. Turner of Gold Hill, convicted Thursday of contributing to the delinquency of Alma Britt, aged 14 years, Friday afternoon when a fine of $100, the same suspended, pending good behavior was administered by the court. Turner is a well-known resident of Gold Hill, highly suspected, and friends assert the odium of the conviction is a punishment worse than a prison term. He was convicted almost entirely upon the testimony of the girl. The jury for hours was in doubt, the poll standing at one time 10 to 2 for conviction.
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