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Till A I munucn inifu. SET FOR JUNE 16 ts. Drummett to race Jury for Husband's Death The trial of Mrs. Carmor Vlck Bruminett, on a charge of tirsl degree murder in connection with the death of vr husband, Clarence Brummett, District 11 farm hand.' on May 2, which was first announced' to have been suicide, is scheduled to begin in Montgomery County Criminal Court Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock. Clerk C. W. Kellly announced today. Twenty-five venirenitn are being summoned for trial of the case which Is ranked among the most sensational in the history of the county. The "iron" nerve of the woman who is alleged to h.W" confessed to killing her hu: t;;md thi' night alter his burial, was described by Attorney General Matt G. l.yle as "the .r.ost unusual I hav ever seen." When she confessed to General Lyle .and Sheriff W. E. Beaumont after hours of grilling, it was said that her nerve remained unbroken. "She just was ought off lit guard and confessed,' they said. 'neral Lyle, it was understood, wf Id be alone in the prosecution of the case. W. R. rain, Jr., will represent the defendant. . On Monday a total of eight jail rases is set for trial, and on Wednesday ihree cases are docketed. The twelve cases are a" scheduled for disposal during the brief .session ol com I next week.