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SHOT DOWN BY
Postmaster Morgan Re
ceives Painful Wound
NKW YORK, X. Y., Nov. 9.
Postmaster KdWnid V. Morgan at
tills city was shot dowh in thu street
, lie wng leaving lila house on One
Ilunilreil mill l'orty-clxtli street tor
tlu; postolHco this morning Ijy i:rlo
II. 11. Marhcy, a Btenogrnnlier empluy
ed by u downtown law flrm, wlio
then shot nnd killed lilinnelf. Tim
single bullet which struck Morgan
entered nt tho right side of tho ab
domen and liasscd out nt the left
Ide without penetrating the walls.
There was no Internal bleeding, and
there Is every likelihood that the
wounded man will recover.
Mr. Morgan was resting well to
night, and unless complications de
velop ho will recover. Mr. Morgan
probably owes his life to the quick
wit and bravery of his 14-) ear-old
daughter, Dorothy, who b:iw Mackey
draw his revolver and Btruck It with
her hnnd. This dellcctcd the bullet,
otherwise tho postmaster would have
been fatally wounded, for his ns:ill
nnt wus nt clone range and Hi oil four
The only excuse known for the
shooting wns that Mackey had com
plained to the authorities at the pot
office in Washington that his mull
had been tampered with nnd that
tome one turned nut an electric light
when lie was reading by It In the
corridor of the postofflce.
Mackey had received n reply that
there was no evidence of tampering
with his mall nnd that the incident
of the light wns nn accident. Mack-
ey's employers, the flrm of Hunt, Hilt
fc lletts, declared they could ac
count for the tragedy only on the
theory that Mackey was Insane. He
sides u revolver, It was found that
Mackey curried a dagger ami a slung
Shot, Mackey was an Kngltshman,
31 eais old, nnd ho formerly was
cmplaed III iloston.
The shooting tool: plnco In the
presence of Miss Dorothy Morgan,
the 14-jonr-old daughter of the
postmaster, who was accompanying
him to the Subway 'station on her
way to school. Mackey una been
pacing up nnd down the sidewalk
near tho corner of Hroadvvay and
One Hundred and Fort) -sixth street
foi two hours beforo the shooting.
When Mr. Morgan nnd his daughter
left their homo and walked toward
liroadwny, Mnckey turned down the
sldo street nnd met them.
Evidently he had never seen tho
postmaster before, for, ns lie met
Morgan he asked: "Aro ou Postmas
ter Morgan?" At Morgun'u affirma
tive reply Mackey drew his revolvor
ind fired one shot Into the Postmas
ter's abdomen, The wounded man
fell to the sidewalk, nnd, ns two wit
nesses of the shooting en mo running
up, Mackey lay down on tho side
walk, oponcd his vest and sent one
bullet Into his head nnd another en
tcrcd his heart. He was deud when
tho tlrst man reached him.
Mr. Morgan was carried Into 'its
own home, physicians woro hastily
nunmoned nnd it was found that the
bullet merely passed through the
fleshy portion of the abdomen for
sight Inches, Inflicting a superficial
wound. Mr. Morgan declared that
ho did not know Mackey nnd never
law him before the shooting. It wus
learned that n man answering Mack
sy's description had called nt Mr.
Morgan's homo three Union during
tho print ten dnyH.
Morgan has been connected vrtli
tho postal service In New York for
more than a qunrter of a century. He
began his career ns n letter carrier
thirty-one years ago and worked his
way to the top. I-ast year ho was
promoted from assistant postmaster
In the position of postmaster, to sue
oed William. It. Wlllcox, who be
nmo a Public ,8orvlco Commissions.
Morgan is the Republican lender in
the Washington Heights Assembly
Mackey left a letter In lila room
In which ho declined that his net was
"the lust protest of a )or man
against tho custom of never enforc
ing "laws against prominent or weal
Mnfkcy declared that ho was rec
onciled for killing himself because
of his failing eyesight, which, he
said, would leave him only n bare
existence for the rest of his life.
I10STOX, Mass., Nov. 9. Eric II.
5-room House near Port
Bridge. Only $8.00 p. in.
75 x ISO Building Lot at Puunui,
close liliha car line. Level, fine
view, fenced, At a bargain. $350.00,
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDQ, 74 S, KINO 8T.
ASKS FOR REPRIEVE
FOR JOHN WYNNE
Jas. T. Liddy, Seaman's
Agent, Makes An
Scnmnn's Agent l.lddy made u di
rect appeal to fJovernor 1'ienr befoio
he left last night fur a repilcvc for
John Wynne, who murdered Engi
neer McKlnnon on the Hosccrans,
uiiil who Is sentenced to he hangeJ
on February 17, l.lddy states that
Governor Frear promised to do what
he could with tho President on be
half of Wjnne.
The following letter was mailed to
tho Governor on the Alameda today:
November 18, 1908.
Hon. W. K. Fiear, Governor of Ha
waii: Your Excellency: I most lespoct
fully take the liberty of tendering
my most heartfelt thnnks to nu lor
tho Interview you gi anted me on
board the II, S. A, T. Crook, previous
to your departure.
In asking you to Intercede with
President Iloosevelt for the reprieve
of poor John Wynne, 1 would say
that Judge Dole was visibly affected
when he read the neiitetue and, more
over, everjono In court wns aston
ished at the verdict rendered by the
Jury, even U. 8. Prosecuting Attorney
For the sake of God and the poor,
old, gray-haired widowed mother of
John Wjnne, who Is unionsclous of
hur boii's peril, I Implore of you to
uko your utmost Influence to get n
reprieve for this unfortunate man,
who always bore an excellent char
actor nnd who Is now sentenced to
be hanged on the 17th day of Feb
Two das were spent by tho de
fense In battling for u dliottcd ver
dict, and may God, In Ills Infinite
morcy, bless Judge Dole for the
manner In which he Instructed the
Jury, and It Is through no fault of
liis that a verdict of manslaughter
was not rendered Instead of murder,
us charged In the Indictment.
Therefore, Your Honor, I again
urgently beseech your intervention,
not only for the sake of humanity,
hut for the sake of Wnne's poor old
mother, who was dependent on hi in
nnd who we nre hiding his awful
plight from, and last, but not least,
for the sake of the paradise-like
rhores of our unsullied Territory.
In conclusion, I ask tho Almighty
God to grant that-yiN may be suc
cessful in obtaining from our Ideal
President another manifestation of
hlH generous, brave, manly, Lincoln
Uko attitude regarding "man's hu
inanity to man,"
I have the honor to subscrlbo my
self, yours Bupplliatlngly,
JOSEPH T. LIDDY.I,
According lo Colonel Fisher, who
hnH been doing some mighty close
figuring. It Is piohable that when
tho Legislature meets there will bo
an empty Treasury. Appropriations
have been made that, If the present
status of affairs wero kept up, will
more than eat up all tho cash thnt
s paid Into the Territory,
"Tho trouble Is," said Auditor
Fisher, "that the legislature makes
appropriations without much refer
ence to probable revenue. Tho ap
propriations total a great deal more
than the revenue nmountH to. An
nppioprlutlnn Is nu authorization for
the expenditure of money. Honco It
Is almost certain that the disburse
ments will exceed the revenues, nnd
wo aro brought buck to whero wo
wero when Governor Carter under
took to get the Territory out of Its
linXTER In 'Auckland. N. Z Nov
lfi, 1008, to Mr. Md Mrs. Iteubeii A
Dexter, formerly of Honolulu, i
JONES In Honolulu, Nov. 17, 1908
to Mr. and Mrs. John Jl. Jones, n
PEAIJUKY In Honolulu, Nov. 17
1908, to Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sea
bury, a daughter.
San Francisco Chinatown Is plan
ning royal welcome for envoys of tho
II. Mackey, who shot Postmaster E.
M. Morgan In New York City todnj
and thou killed hlmsolf, wus a jon
of II. W. 11. Mnckey of Cambridge,
who Is engaged in literary work.
Mackey formerly lived In Cambridge,
whore ho was employed at tho fac
tory of tho Iloston Woven Hose and
Itubbcr Company. Ho wns born in
Dublin, Ireland, nnd was about fif
teen yours old whon his patents camo
to Iloston, About six years ago he
shot n fellow cmploio because of a
fancied grievance, and uftcf trial wns
adjudged Insuuo and committed 'o
tho Worcester Asylum, from which
he escaped in 1901.
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livent No. 1 7 was won by
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