The following item was taken from the April 23 through 29, 1911, Examiner.

The following item was taken from the April 23 through 29, 1911, Examiner.


Dr. B.C. Hyde was released from the county jail in Kansas City on a bond of $50,000. He is now practically free to go and come as he pleases till the time set for the second trial on a charge of murdering Colonel Thomas H. Swope. This has been confidently expected by the accused physician, who announced beforehand that he would immediately resume his practice. His release had did not create much surprise, since the supreme court reversed and remanded the case several days ago.