|Publisher:||The Washington Herald|
|Place of publication:||Washington, D.C.|
|Date of publication:||12/26/1906|
Mobile, Ala., Dec. 25. – John McKenzie, well-known citizen, was found at an early hour to-day with his throat cut from ear to ear. There is not the slightest clew to the identity of the murderer. A number of officers and detectives are making an investigation.
“Man Killed; Woman Burned; McKenzie’s Throat Cut – Fireworks Makes Blaze of Bed.” The Washington Herald (Washington, D.C.), December 26, 1906.