October 21, 1907

Assistant Prosecutor Has a Session
With His Wife's Automobile.

The only men connected with the grand jury of Judge W. H. Wallace's court who was caught working yesterday is William Buchholtz, an assistant county prosecutor, who was chief legal adviser to the jury for the greater part of last week.

Buchholtz went out in the morning for a ride in his wife's automobile and shortly after noon was seen by a Journal reporter at Eighteenth and Main streets, lying on the flat of his back under the car, hammmering at the machinery like six days of the week.