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Ml Four ( unmt'n (?o t<? Fatal Chair
>Vitli Calm 11 ess?Hut One State- i
Sing Sing Prison, Ossinina, X. \
April lo.?The lour gu. men convict
vd of the murder of H Tmaii Rosen"hal
died in the electric chair ar Sins
Sing prison at * he break of dawn I
this Easter Monday morning. In the j
tlea;h ciiair none confessed his guilt.
and none mentioned the name of
Charles Becker, the former police
Heutena.it found guilty of instiga:ing
*he murder but saved by the court of
appeals* reversal. Of the four Frank
Seidensher ("Whitey Lewis*') made!
:he only stat eirent. Even he did not !
1 :lat 1 y assent his innocence.
A "Gentlemen," he mumbled as they
P strapped him in the chair, "I did j
I not shoo: at Rosenthal. Them who;
I said 1 did was perjurers. For ihe j
v sake of justice, gentlemen, 1 say I \
did not. The witness Stannish?
"Whitey" did not finish the seutpi
Tho strange harness had been i
adjusted and the curreut Threw his i
body forward in the chair. He had '
meant to say that Stannish, a waiter
and a witness at the murder trial, ;
had lied; but dea:h intervened.
Seidenshner was the second man to
die. "Dago Frank"' (Frank Cirofici)
k came first. "Gyp the Blood'' (Harry
i Horowitz) was the third and "Lefty
| Louie" (Louis Rosenberg) last.
In 40 minutes all four were dis-)
patched. This would have been shortened
had it not been for the overcrowding
of newspaper reporters,
nheir numbers necessitated a shifting
of witnesses for each execution.
I All four men walked quietly
to the chair a'nd only iheir quaking
? -?J ~ nollnr '
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W ot -heir faces attested that the realI
ization of death was upon them.
L William E. Cashin, Roman Ca;holic
W chaplain of the prison, accompanied |
"Dago Frank" to the chair. With'
| "Whitev Lewis'' and "Gyp the Blood",
I was Rabbi Joseph Golds:ein of Xew \
^ York. Rabbi Mayor Kopfstein, long
(the spiritual aaviser 01 me noseuberg
family, stood by "Lefty Louie/' j
"Gentlemen/' said Rabbi Goldsieiri |
| as he left the death chamber, "if you
k ask me whether the Jewish boys were j
r guilty, I will say I do no: know. They j
I did not onfess to me. As for the1
Italian, I do not believe he was at
the scene of the crime. I do not think
any of them should have been convict-J
pd nn the restimonv offered."
^ Dawn was breaking over the hills.
when the witnesses were admitted to'
the bare court yard of the dea:h |
house. Warden Clancey had arunounc- j
ed that ''Gyp the Blood" would die
lirs:, followed by ' Lefty Louie,'',
"Dago Frank"' and ''Whiter Lewis,''
"but as it transpired the man who
first came :urough the little iron door i
tho rio-hfr wmc "Daorn Prank Hp
had shown signs of collapsing and it j
was deemed expendien; to shield him;
from the ordeal of waiting.
State Electrician Davis carefully}
Tested the electric current.
r"Two of these men have told me j
that they will make a statement,'' an-;
i 2iOimced Warden Clancey, "but under!
tim mint nriv nnp ask I
| them any questions."
[ Tl\e head and leg sponges were then!
wet and Headkeeper Mclnerv, act-!
r ing on a signal from the warded,
went to the death cell. There he
found Cirafici in prayer with Father
Cashin. The condemned man clutched
a crucifix in each hand as he was 1
i led into the presence of death. He
had 10 be supported by two keepers.
His limp body was strapped in the
i "Oh, God I mee: my God," grasped
the Italian. The State electrician
turned the switch.
Dr. Farr and Dr. Yeremo, with
several other witnessing doctors, ap-1
, 'plied the stethoscope.
"""J pr:nounce this man dead/'
L whiskered Dr. Farr. It was 5:43
^ o'clock. The group of witnesses left
the death chamber and the body of
"Dago Frank'' was removed to the
?u i VViU.
A new lot of witnesses filed in.
Then through the little door cam^;
"Waitey Lewis.*' The statement that
he never finished was on 'his lips as
At 5:56 "Gyp the Blood" was
.brought in. He had a Jewish prayer
book ik his left hand and Rabbi
Gold^te n walked by his side. "Li?
ten, Israel, there is only one God,"' j
mumbled the doomed man in Her- .
brew. At 6:02 o'clock physicians pro-'
nounced him dead.
I "Lefty Louie," the last of the four
10 die. entered the chamber at 6:07.
He handed his Je* ?h prayer book
to Rabbi Kopfstein before the guard j
strapped him in the chair. Like j
"Gyp the Blcod." he mumbled aj
I prayer in Hebrew. At 6:17 he was
The only relatives of the gunmen
wbo were in the prison at the time
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the evil and destruction caused
by the dispensary, earnestly en:reat
the voters of Newberry town and
coun:y not to sign the petition being
circulated for a primary to Reestablish
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Brcoks, Miss Lois Fant, Mrs. W. E. Eiincre,
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Z. Adams, 0. H. Eleazer, H. R. Boczer, tifi
J. C. Adams, Sr. tio
To whom it may concern: I tare ?
this day, April 7, 1914, sold all my
stock of goods at Chappells, S. C., to ,
John C. Smith and X. S. Pitts. I am
, 4 m
rocnrtneihlo fnr nil r^phfc nn said Stock
to date, but none after this date, April .
R. C. Smith.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
will make a final settlement
of the estate of Warren D. Suber, de- ^
ceased, in the Probate Court of New
berry County South Carolina, on the S0]
4t!h, day of May 1914. at 11 o'clock in i0r
the forenoon and will immediately cn
thereafter apply his discharge as administrator
of said estate. All persons
holding claims against said estate will |
present said duly attested on or before
that date. p
Z. H. Suber,
NOTICE OF ELECTION IN ST LUKES! 3r
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO 13. <?t
Whereas, one-third of the resident ei
electors and a like proportion of :he ?
resident freeholders cf the age o:
21 years, of St. Lukes scnooi district
Xo. 13, o: the county of Newberry,
Stare of South Carolina, have filed a
petition with the Coun:y Board of i
Edacaicn of Newberry County, South i
Carolina, petitioning and requesting I
that an election be held in said school j I
district on the ques'.ion of levying a '
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special annual lax 01 iour mius iu ue i
collected on the property located in
:he said school district.
Now, therefore, the undersigned,
composing the County Board of New- ?
berry Ounty, South Carolina, do
herebv order ike Board of Trustees of V
the St. Lukes School District No. 13
fcr hold an election on the question of
le-'yin? a four nrjl tax to be odjlect- &
od o:> tlv property located in the said fcg
school district, wtiich said electijn1'<jj
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use, in tnr; .saici scuoui ui&uuji .>u.i
on Saturday, May y, 1914, at which i
id election thu polls shall be opened
7 a. m. and closed a: 4 p. in. The
imbers ot the Board cf Trustees o?
id school district shall act as mailers
of said election. Only such
rciors as reside in said school disct
-nid return rea1 and personal
operiv for taxation, and who exhibit
Jr tax receipts and registration cercates
as required ill general elecns
snail be allowed to vote. Elec
s favoring the levy of such - tax j
all cast a ballot containing the word
?s'' written or printed thereon, and
:h elector opposed to such levy
all cast a ballot containing the word
o" written or printed thereon.
aiven under our hands and seal on
ril 13, 1914.
G. D. Brown. Jr.,
S. J. Derrick,
J. S. Wheeler,
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riC'E OF FISAL SETTLEMENT. | All pei
| said estai
tice is hereby given that I will i 'hat date
: a final settlement of the estate j
J. Schumpert, deceased, on the :
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