Ernest Morgan Not as Well To-Day as Yesterday
Kansas City Star, 22 Jun 1904
St. Louis, June 22.-
The condition of Ernest Morgan, shot by "Zach" Mulhall on the Pike Sunday night, was not so favorable to-day. He spent a restless night and his pulse and temperature were higher than they were Tuesday. Dr. L. H. Ludley, medical director of the emergency hospital at the fair, still declines to express an opinion as to whether or not he will recover. The other two men struck by bullets from Mulhall's revolver are recovering.
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