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Letter dated March 10, 1919 from Mercer County State's Attorney John Moses to North Dakota Attorney General William Langer regarding the Carl Maier Case.
Moses reports from his investigation in Beulah, North Dakota that Maier was found close to a road, shot twice. Maier's brother, John Maier, found Carl and brought him to a doctor. The doctor "Admits that a suicide was probable. . . but did not believe it was probable." Carl lived for several hours after being found. Moses reports that Carl had recently been rejected by a young girl, and that two strangers were in town at the time Maier was shot.
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Murder, Homicide, suicide, Beulah, Carl Maier
John Maier, Howard Kenyon, Carl Maier, John Moses, William Langer
Moses, John, "Letter from John Moses to Attorney General Langer regarding the Carl Maier Case, March 10, 1919" (1919). William Langer Papers. 180.