August 8, 1907

Inquest Over Death of John Almens-
berger Continues Today.

Beno Seidl was the chief witness at the coroner's inquest yesterday over the death of Johann Almensberger, who was fatally injured at a "house warming" at Seid's new house, 1884 Terrace street, two weeks ago. Seidl brought a large rock, wrapped in a newspaper, to the court room and showed it to the jury. He said that Raymond Weixeldorfer, now held for Almansberger's murder, hit the latter on the head with the rock. There were thirty invited guests and six kegs of beer at the "house warming," Seidl told the jury. The inquest will be concluded this morning.