Indianapolis (IN) Star
April 22, 1911
ARRESTED ON MISSOURI PIKE
Alleged Bedford, Indiana, Jail Breaker Will Return without Papers
St. Louis, Mo., April 21 – George Foster, wanted in Bedford, Indiana, on a charge of breaking jail while serving a term for horse stealing, is under arrest at Clayton, a St. Louis suburb. Constable G. A. Bode of Clayton found him on the Manchester Road about five miles west of Clayton. Bode caught Foster unawares and captured him. Later, in a wagon in which Foster had been driving around the country, he found a mauser rifle and 80 cartridges. Foster first gave the name of Milbourne and then acknowledged his real name. He told Bode he would go to Bedford without requisition papers.
Typed and donated by Randi Richardson.