JEALOUS MAN KILLS WOMAN
Aberdeen,S. D., Sept. 18—What appears to be a double murder at least and suicide took place here shortly before noon.
William Vogt, liveryman, at Bismarck, N.D., is believed to have shot and killed his sweetheart, Mrs. Louise Cushing, fatally wounding his mother-in-law, Mrs. Mae Porter, and then killed himself.
From what could be learned at the time of the shooting, it is understood that Mrs. Cushing left Bismarck with Roy W. Fullerton of Bismarck, coming to Aberdeen to live with her mother.
Vogt arrived here this morning, and it is said to have thrown Fullerton out of the house and then shot Mrs. Cushing, her mother-in-law and himself.
It is believed that Vogt had been keeping company with Mrs. Cushing at Bismarck. She left there several days ago to come to Aberdeen to visit. She was divorced from Frank Cushing, sergeant in the army at Fort Lincoln, in 1913, the decree giving her the custody of three children, who are in St. Joseph's orphanage at Fargo, N.D.
Mrs. Porter will recover, the bullet passing through her jaw, missing the jugular vein by an eighth of an inch and coming out of the right side of the neck.
Williston Graphic, 9/23/1915