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Mf LITTLE MISERY™ ANOTHER CORKING ROBERT W. CHAMBERS STORY, APPEARS IN THE TIMES TOMORROW
The Newspaper Enterprise Asso- X
ciation has writers and photogra- I
phers everywhere. Tacoraans re- |
ceive its every feature in the Times A
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I THANK you an, kind people,
For telling what's wrong with
me, •
Excuse me, but my doctor said,
I'm just as good as I'll ever
be.
TIIK TniNG that's "wrong with
the world" Is that the city com
mission lets the people scare
'em out of buying all city em
ployes automobiles and every
fellow who lost his buzz
wagon will admit It.
WONDER If Mayor Seymour
doesn't want to take back his
boost for the park board since
seeing that $126,000 budget.
CHICAGO wants to stimulate mat
rimony and prevent divorces by
giving every bride a cookbook
with the marriage license. No
good, give 'em a pair of shoes,
Chicago.
KWEER AND KURIOUfI PAX:
Because you're broke is no
reason the world is flat.
Because there are automo
biles for sale is no reason why
you should own one.
Because the collector falls to
show up is no reason why you
must think that In- never will.
PHILOSOPHY:
_ The man who loafs when he
reaches the top is the fellow
who some day may get the
hardest fall to the bottom If he
doesn't watch out.
IN SOME placet) they arc going to
let young couples spoon In
church. This ought to revive
interest in religion.
WE CAN now tuck that naughty
little budget away to sleep for
another year or so. It is a very
troublesome child.
ISN'T IT about time for some of
the English suffragettes to get
busy and wreck a few build
ings, now that Thaw and Hu
erta are loafing on their jobs?
THIS DAY IN TACOMA 25
YEARS AGO:
Job Duggles claims to have
hooked ninety salmon last
night. Job made a sworn affi
davit to this, signing it before
a notary public.
There was little news this
morning, so the editor played
poker with that crook, Frank
Bharp. We know Frank is
crooked, because he won.
The Sunday school children
■will go to Pt. Defiance for a
picnic today. The older ones
will carry rifles to protect the
others from Indians and wild
animals.
Work is progressing rapidly
on our new three-story sky
scraper. This morning three
workmen were excavating. They
all took turne at using one
shovel.
Our Precise Artist.
She accompanied
"«m on the Piano.
THIEVES TAKE
SEWER PIPE
John Hartman, 2908 So. I St.,
reported to the police that thieves
had carried off 14 lengths of
Bewer pipe from his yard last
night. No trace of the missing
pipe hag been found.
PENNANT COUPON NO. 44
»*«*•. I wfcem (reanM at The Tim I office, . Tile «W».t » Ad" Conn,
Nl»«h u«■ C««rtt,| with 15.emit,'. wtireMltl. 'to" 1. « bcaatltat i
00-eeat pennant Hereafter inauli *y mall will coat 5c additional
Want Ads of the Times Praised
In Good Rhymes
The Want Ad man at THE WANT AD £f CORNER was 1
I greeted by a J hundred rhymes when the 7 morning; J mail came
in today.
Times Want |Ad readers are a live 5 bunch. They no soon
ier saw ; that offer of *f 1? for the < rhyme about the Times want ; ads
than they: sat right down and wrote off a rhyme and mailed It In.
The contest will close next Saturday, and the prize-winner will be
printed that day. Here are some of the best ones received thus
far:
It you take thla *^lrle*^^^Sf If jron wl«h to buy orten'^'r.H';
I know 'twill mufflce. £""> would like to do It well
And I'm .ur. that you'll uw "'• wa*,%™ *bOut ""» Ju<t
flat, hftj-jjfr^or.'itof*^ 'Tig to place ft. little flixl be-;
V•■■•;■.■ flai ,' • In "The Times" you'll find be
. For aajj^yii't' Tin - *:' lf« l>i« pu'.-nat *"•**? K*l
Tacoma and vicinity: Fair tonight and Saturday. Washington: Fair tonight and Saturday.
TheTacoma Times
30c A I THE ONLY DTDEPKNDBNT MEW3PAPEB IN TAOOMA I HQME
_ .MONTH! VOL. X. NO. 23:*. TACOMA, WA&aiNUTOIS. iriUDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 191:;'
HOW MURDERER OF ANNA AUMULLER WAS TRACED
In Exclusive Interview Inspector Faurot Explains How He Ran Down Pseudo-Priest
BIXBY TRIAL IS NOW ON
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BLACKMAIL, THE DEFENSE
Girls who accuse George 11. Uixliy, Long Beach millionaire, of
contributing to Mieir delinquency. Top, Rittle Phillips; lower
right, Eva Nesbitt; lower left, Marie Levy. «<•<>. H. Blxby.
*-. LOS ANGELAS, Sept. —The
trial of George H. Uixby, million
aire of" Long Beach,' ■}. Oil., on
charges of contributing to the de
linquency of two minor girls, wax
resumed .in the superior V court
tills morning. ?'.;?:-"^ ■ I :;'r' '-£?
>/, That the defense plans to win
Its. case 'by proving j (hat >. Itixby
was I the victim 'of i a huge black
mail ' plot •'. was I indicated | at ' yes
terday afternoon's j session I when
Attorney liecompte' Davis for the
defense . ( subjected j* Helen ft. Cleo
Darker, one of the girls named in
the charges, to a severe i cross-ex
amination. gjf At the conclusion of
her ' testimony ; the j girl j fainted, v
On direct jj questioning ■, the girt
said : that she I had I been I introduc
ed |to Bixby as < a "Mr. Kins" at
the Jonquil, a notorious **J resort
owned Iby | Emma .T. Goodman,
alias i Josie ; Rosenberg, - who — is
now serving I a year ■In jail, and
that I Blxby, had | given .-■ her $600
and' a ; gold J cross » and I chain fol
lowing i an '/;:: acquaintanceship p{oi
six 5 weeks. ?~ She admitted, how
ever, that sßixby gave her $300
when she told him •; that j she was
going East to i get married, ; and
other sums '; which f amounted Sto
the entire amount which she said
she used "■ for other purposes. vv 'i
Dnvia then cross-questioned
her.
"Did you ever talk over with
Attorney W. H. Stevens and
Charles McKelvey plans for ob
taining money from men who
frequented the Jonquil?"
"I don't remember," answered
the witness.
'.'Did they never suggest to you
to get the names of the wealthy
men who visited that resort, tell
ing you that money could be got
from them? 1'
"I don't remember," answered
the witness again.
The hearing was resumed this
morning.
Thrown Out Of
Window
CLEVELAND, 0., Sept. 11. —
The Invention of a rocking bed,
designed to lull to early slumbers
all those troubled with insomnia,
is announced by Benjamin Apfou
weltz, baker and delicatessen'mer
chant, who recently Invented a
musical ice cream freezer, rocking
bathtub, a set of spring-action
false teeth, an automatic chopping
bowl and a mechanical cork leg.
The bed is equipped with a
clock dial, so attached that at a
set hour the motor would raise the
head of the bed and set Ibe occu
pant oat upon his feet.
Apfenweltz got into the bed,
which set up a gentle rocking.
Suddenly there was a rattling
whir, then a yell from the inven
tor and a crash.
"The self-rising feature of the
bed needs some chimes before the
invention can be put on the
market," the inventor said today.
"It had been geared up too high."
Instead of setting Mr. Apfenweltz
out on the floor It straightened
up with a jerk and threw him out
of the second-story window.
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f> MILWAUKEE!, Wis., Sept. 30.
—In ! a will eight |5 and Qj one-halt
feet 3 long, Miss ■ Math tide Tommet
bequeathed everything from mon
ey to chicken ! feed to frieads, but
an i old i pair Jof shoe ! strings I went
SUSftSß|bat=^nTCnß
UKT HE GOT DRUNK, TOO I
X ROTTERDAM »WiSpt.p| 19.— ,
.Wagering! on hi* 1 power tof imag-j
iUatJon?;Albert Itethya a woa i«|800
cigars-* by i eating - a^pounit at I dry
BANDITS ROB
DRIVER, IHEN
STEAL AUTO
Held up by two highwaymen,
one of whom was masked and
carried a revolver, Krnest Cook,
a chauffeur, was robbed of his
money early this morning, forced
to crank his car and allow the
bandiu to drive off with it. The
robbery occurred at Pacific ave
nue and 40th street at 4a. in.,
and the machine, a wheel broken
off and otherwise badly dam
aged, was found two hours later
at East 34th and McKinley ave
nue, in the ditcb. Cook was a
"rent driver" emplo}ed by O. L.
Patrldge, owner of the car.
The chauffeur had taken two
Intern i ban carmen to their homes
In the south end of the city and
waa returning to his stand at 13th
and Pacific. At 40th street a
tall man jumped into the street
and hailed him. Cook stopped,
and as he did so a smaller man,
masked and brandishing a gun,
leaped on the running board and
commanded Cook to hold up bis
hands.
After the chauffeur's pockets
had been searched and $7 in cash
removed, the bandits ordered
him to crank up the car. Neither
highwayman, according to Cook,
knew anything about, running a
machine, and after they started
off, leaving Cook standing in the
street, they swerved dangerously
from side to side. Cook reported
the hold-up to the police and
gave a detailed description of the
two men. He said that he had
seen the taller man in Tacoma
many times.
ASSASSIN IN
AUTO GARAGE
RUNS AMUCK
\ BAN ' FRANCISCO, Sept.
19.—"My husband shot me ..
■ down before I knew of ~. his ■
\ presence. - ■ Then <> he ? leaned"; ■
over and kissed me and ask
ed me if I were badly hart.
Then he shot the two men." :
•- This statement is c-* alleged ;.'
to have been 1 made by Mrs. t-
H Kate Coulson, wife of A. • B.lg
,- Coulson, j this , afternoon, . aft- >;
i'er she' recovered;. conscious
-7' ness for a few minutes.': .'!'^v
- w SAN. FRANCISCO, Sept. 18.—
George Kovack, night clerk in the
Atlas garage, and William Acker,
a chauffeur, 1 were shot dead 'and
Mrs. Kate Conlson was fatally
wounded early this morning by a
man whose identity has not been
revealed. } Mrs. Coulson '. was ] eat
ing luncheon in the garage. She
said ; later i that " she ■ knew % the
man, lint refused to tell his name.
A general order was sent out from
police' headquarters' that ihe was
A. It.. Coulson, the woman's J bus*
band, who ;- has £ been % estranged
from . her for some tlmeVryj**.':-*'^
Streaming with blood from the
bullet wound, Mrs. Coulson' rush-,
ed \ from • the rfi garage > and ;■*■ fled
down *: Market. street. *»;f * She col
lapsed lln ' front of ' the i Kelly. gar
age, where she was ! placed ; in* an
automobile 1 and : rushed *A to the
Emergency i ho«pltaLti;|AH^^i^g
After j her arrival 'she; admitted
that ' she '• knew wlo had shot ■ her
companions and herself, but would
not f tell ) its / name. J Then *£* she
lapsed into unconsciousness.";lt is
stated -: at , the J hospital I that she
cannot, Uve.^^*af .#Misf4iJ^
"'y; In ir the g meantime rS Policeman
(Saris, j who | rushed i to .:"» the % spot
where: the , woman ! fell, traced ; the
trail of blood ito , the Atlas garage.
He I found | the „ bodies i of l Kovack
and ;; Acker, t eaoh of ; whom had
been ■: shot 1 several *»;„ times, ••" lying
among . the • debris | of 'J. overturned
furniture, empty beer bottles and
fragments *?$ of fm %$S half-eaten
luncheon.'^fMSrf&^*ism-
TODAY'S T CLEARINGS
Clearings^tf?tl^|f*46;oll.»l
BalanbeslTlTTl'nTrfife 63,370.60
Transactions 1,128.228.39
beer.
WHKN DOCTORS PA Hi
NBWPKOT, R. h, Spet 19.-n
When physicians failed to dispel
a slight Indisposition of Master
Vincent McLean, richest babx .in
the world, « troupe of negro' min
j strels played tor him cad he
! Improved.
FIRST PICTURES PRINTED IN TACOMA
OF SHAM PRIEST AND VICTIM IN NEW
YORK'S LATEST SENSATIONAL MURDER
WITH PILLOW CASE FOR A CLEW
DETECTIVE TRACES CRIMINAL
- NEW YORK, Sept. 19.—A short, stocky man with
a round face, leaned against a desk in the detectives^
room in the great New :f:, ,;' '-""^'ff 1-:^ Jt \ -(^
York police headquarters, [mjjjjjjjmmii^^yjmi '
Efc seemed tired but in W/^^^ e <* m
Mr keen, well-set I eyes7*^*v *«* «? V*•
there was a look of won \ H^; v O' cß^ -V V' v
derful satisfaction. < \' Ac v VVv M -
Not at all % the man glt^^-^^il^V :
you'd pick ■ for a Lecocq, ; I ?>\* c '• ly * •;!-; "I
or a Sherlock Holmes — k ox** \
this Joseph A. Faurot! /&0*~) \
But no •■ old $v sleuth of m \^'<j|r v * JS
lurid-lidded fiction ever L «• "'^l^fl
followed a trail more re- l_s*i >^>^ I<M|1
lentlessly or more swiftly ? ■.. v;Vv-r ; . :; v-,;•■■■■;.■■----J
to its conclusion than this the clue. .'
--\ same S Inspector Faurot, Sp-^ -^ir^:";^^/ '•. >T->
when he unearthed the man who betrayed and butch
ered Anna Aumuller. ■:: -.I^Sk^'v "•■>■■ >'-'■■
' Xothfng but a pillow case, with
a titter "A" embroidered on it, to
je«d to the discovery of one of the
«r< ilest . and - craftiest ' murderers
brown in all the history of inur
den and yet— ■ j£IS i'-'v.'-i.fjjp**."*?
kj I 'It was simple," • said Inspect-
IjFaurot.Vi "The pillow case was
pldHfjr! "There was Just one place
»U#tc we had to ' lake a chance.
We 'took it, and right i there ■ the
wiojp knot unraveled." 1" ~
/What were tbe steps?" .
|' fxHTell, I there < weren't i so . many
af ■«>" might think. "*.. First, : we
huS'• that >; pillow slip, on which
wik the name of the manufactur
er*.
» "To whom ■in New York j_ had
tl>* manufacturers sold ' slips ; of
thi pattern, lately? %&"sZsgig&?%
U. Mrney told us, , when we asked,
thjrt' their l books ' showed J the j sale
oral a■of i these slips '. to ■: George
HnwiH, a ' second ; hand (I furniture
■aafe».fi»'Harlein.r^«'^J&gSgi!S^S
| Mr Step NUMBER ONE : had ' been
taken ; and 1 step No;• =■- 2 i">' led sj to
Sa »s! ■ '
pf ; course, we might have ! had
to ;<> back on our tracks If Sachs'
sa is had i led up 'blind £" alloys.'..
Tl H first one did. He j had sold
oi i of the pillowcases to the cap
a lof a canal boat. Considering
h t • the '. pieces of the ! girl's; body
if [' bees } fished ' out of» the • river,
h t clew looked good.
'Which " Just > goes, to, show that
ire i never can tell. The canal
be trnan ' soon convinced as ?: that
w< were wasting our time on him.
A smuch i less \ likely; looking ! clew
was the sale of one |of the slips
and a lot of other furniture to a
{apt named j Hans i Schmidt, who
MiMKealag.
liU&K LEBSEH «CO NOW
fONKERS, N. V., Sept. 19.—
1 Miss i Bon | Lesser reported ', to . the
I ix)lie* she gave; Alexander Mans
{cnet %96 of J her savings, snppos
| Jngjffjie [} wu l. to be T hi« > Brtde.'j but
4 MtMQanr eloped 1- to p.Provldene*
had the stuff delivered at a little
third-floor rear flat in Harlem.
"Step No. 3 was to go to that
apartment. -Detective O'Nell and
I VVKNT THKUK and learned that
on Aug. 25 a man rented the flat,
paylUK »") on-deposit, and on Aug.
26 had ta.ten possession, with a
woman. - -\ \i
"Sept. 2, we learned, the re
maining $14 of -a month's rent
was paid by the men. From that
day neither the man nor the wom
an was seen to go in or come out!
"For four days we watched that
apartment. I couldn't wait any
longeis
"THEN IT WAS THAT I DE
CIDKB TO TAKE THAT
CHANCE!
"I hadn't any right to do what
I did, with no more to go on than
I had,, but the thought of what
might Me behind that locked
door in those silent rooms was
too compelling for me to resist,
and I took step No. 4.
"With a broken hanme.r I forc
ed the door. O'Neil ar d I step
ped softly in.
"The bed In the bedroom was
bare of mattress and pillows. In
the closets were banging suits of
men's.clothes and a lot of wom
an's attire. Two trunks were
filled with a woman's clothes.
"The place had been washed
and cleaned, but we found four
bars of soap still bloody, stained
rags and a blood-stained scrub
bing brush.
"HKHK WAS THE PLACE
PLACE WHERE A WOMAN HAP
confiscated I the nfi®i|§?Ste§feglii'
■ !■ j a n nun"
CMUnCH VB. BAR
GOSHBN, N. V;, Sept. 19. —
When J. B. McKillop, a bartend
«r.\ pawed % a church, lightning
jumping' rdm ; the I lightning j ro<U
•truck him. A rubber coftt he
wote i» thonght to have saved h*»
i 1-1:7_1... *(t*-n i.,^ ._j, i ■■'■i-.,. ■ , . ■<.«'! ;. „,1..;. *.i I
<l» »l» •!» •!» •«» •>» •>■
\ The Times carries the cream of |
the United Press leased wire serr
ice daily. The owners of the Times
-, own the service. , \ •|l
»i» m »» <i» <i» m\m — i•* miaul
>T- r? PiKW.VORK, Sept. f 10.—
That the list of < victim* %of '■
" Hans . v Schmidt,tV eßiied '
murderer of Miss Anna Au-
Inuller, . had lie escaped '■!? de-,
■ tection, would have „ rivaled»
that of Or. H. 11. Holmes," the )
famous Chicago and Cincin
nati murderer, who was exe
cuted .?;- in frj Philadelphia In '
1800, Is the belief: here j to-;
; il ay of detective* working on
i the case. • Scoreg'J of i*. blank"
:' death : and ; burial certificates;
were " found Yin & S<liiiililt"s•
*, trunk. •• It ' is ". believed ■? he ■
• planned .to forge these docu-
V ments after *£ murdering".; bis
I victims to show t* that .- they
;. had ;> died 'i naturally. This \
■, was' the X way jf Holmes " work
ed. He committed )12 j mur
| ders } in ■ several ! middle [ west
* crn cities before he was cap
' tured and : hanged in ■ - Phila
•.. delphia. 'l*^ 1 > v •£•&:%' ;1;'i~ ."= •""■"*' *
BEEN KILLED AND CUT UP! *p
"We \ must find I who' she was,
and I who had S murdered! her. ■* We
came upon 'a j letter addressed Jto
Anna Aumuller, care of St.; Bon
iface church, t We thought at once
of the "A" on the pillowcase. We
found « in . the I trunks * underwear
which ' matched I the ■ chemise in
which one piece of the body .was
found. We found part .of the copy
of | the : New York paper, in j which
another part of the body had been
wrapped. I&pif^^^3&*&s
r::i "In the bathroom we found the
saw, the ; butcher ■ knife and F wire
that I with' which - the 1 bundle* j had
been 5 tied. But & what counted
MOST OF ALL was the LETTER
AI>I>KKHKKI> TO ANNA AU
MUIiLKIt, ' CARH ; OF :; ST. \ BONl
face; mmi/cm®^m&3b&im&
"Hans : Schmidt i had (rented the
apartment. ' Beyond a shadow of
a > doubt Hans Schmidt was | the
murderer.
"Was 'Hans Schmidt'.' a real i' or
an assumed »ameV^^|*^fi^^|
"If the * former, were we going
to |be H able I to,' get | any trace |of
aim at St. Boniface church, where
the gtrl 'evidently been em
ployed? .
'.'Step ; NUMBER; FIVE ■ was to
Ko to 4 St. * Boniface I church 1 and
have these § questions « answered.
When we confronted the pastor,
Rev. J. H, Brawn, and lie told us
Bans Schmidt had assisted in pa»;
toral duties, our 7 work, was al
most done. To ' put our hands on
Schmidt was | all I that remained.
When we showed hint Anna's pie.
turts and asked him whether he
had killed her, he just crumpled
op,* and tar task • was ; finished.^
%g So, yon t see how simple it was,
according to Inspector Faurot.
WILL TALK ON|
"SEX HYGIENE"
p.prAD,*;o.iKMi^tlS»r«tt*r * of
P»y«l6lonrTand^phyelc*iaratßfnf
at the University of • Washington,
will deliver an address to men in
the Y. M. ('. A. auditorium Sue
day afternoon on "Sex Hygiene "
Prof. t Hal lis | considered one sot I
the best authortU#s on the snfij«et
ia ■; tb#, Nofth»Mt U' »re« «• i
13 MILL TAX
join
DURING 1914
COMMISSIONERS FINALLY HKT
■ TIJ<: ON miiKJUT—■<7ITIZEN» 'i
; / NOW*. HAVK -: A<* CHANCE—
I ikst i:i:.\i. : iKaitKH OF
- BXPMNIUCB NKXT VKAU
it hush TODAY;«^SSSsISEB
'. The > budget iof ' the , city com-;
mUsloners was finally adopted •
this morning and.t.l'.l;be publish
ed until the first | Monday la,: Oc
tober, when the people are asked;
to come In and offer suggestions.
It may be cut ™ now, % but not
raised. ■ .-;■, fiSSJgI
'■'„ The ■ commission i made mo ! pro
vision for a tideflat street railway
so , this: enterprise cannot Ibe J5 in- ■;
augurated | as. a municipal ] owner-'
ship scheme without a bond Ibsu*
next year.»:»-,■. j,*«j* l-t.V'ijfiS'^sS^
■15 The * budget ■ will < require a 13
--mill levy, being within i $24 of cx
i actly ■13 mills on & valuation $j of:.
, $70,000,000,, which allows 6g per
cent for unpaid taxes. v :; ;f ;.*ia.?ißS|
I The back taxes were allowed to;
( offset the deficit which Controller .
Meads says will occur > this \ year.
0 The totals (or 'the different de- %
partments are as follows: p^^Jifg
r. Departments— ,;'; Totals.
Health A sanitation ; $39,816.85S
Public, safety V.... 406,411.7*
Public works ...... 318.868.t6
Finance. .; .r .... ; (8,710.00
Public library V;. .'.»?*■ 85,236.00
Miscellaneous .. <?;"??" 397,378.
Total r...^ 1;. 51,2«4,976.1t
Estimated ;,/ i miscel- *«:«»««^»f
* _•: laneous receipts.. 355,000.00
Amount i required by ,v" -v- er.',i4«^Sfti3
' taxation .%"; : T. ''* 1909,976.13
PERMIT WAGNER
AND FRAWLEY
PINICOUH
-? ALBANY, N. ¥.0 Sept. 19.—
The fitness iof Senators U Frawley |
and . Wagner to ait «■ members off
the impeachment . court <;■; to i^,tel^
Governor Sulzer was ;^ challenged,
by the defense when court;/ Com-. "i
vened at noon today. ■l-fyc%'§fotffM
"As presiding >.- Judge," ruled '
Justice Cullen of the court of ap
peals, A "it's Imy opinion ' that - the j
court cannot entertain challenges. •:
"I believe . persons challenged V
are entitled ito , sit, and SIS don't
think a member of the court could •
be excused even If desired." ; ..'.-; v.'
The court ) upheld g the * ruling
unanlmou»ly."^>L^*S.?f*«^&^^
3}For, refusing to »: answer ques
tions concerning | charges !he wasj
•aid ito | have } made, to I the effect j
that j£3 certain f* legislators p werej
bribed, to ; vote for Governor Wil- \
liam Sulzer's ;. Impeachment, '; the I
state assembly early » today sent ?
James f Garrison,' a~£ New 4Y»r* |
newspaper '. correspondent, } to i toil. ?
•:;« Unless i he ;c clears j, himself si by
proving, withdrawing or repudiat
ing the , statements! attributed Eto 5
him, 'ie may remain in prison un
til- the present ' session of the; le»-:;
islature closes, January jl:"';:j.^-^V
tiesHdynamite
to body, three
arejolleb
[f BIjOOMISGTON, Ind., Sept/ 10.
Tying several sticks of J dyna
mite about . his W waist. Mack
Hurst, age 58, 4 early ; this morn,
ing crept Into the bedroom vriM
Ilia daughters, Maud*, 1«; JtmmlKL<
12, and KlizobeUi, a. were stejf^
ing, and ! blew» himself ;. to IMI». ,
Maude was killad and ; IBtßflj ;
was fatally injured. His wtWJWIi
two sons yln another be#
were uninjured. ', Hurt*'. lifisirt^
that his wife occupied the roast fa-''
which : he: exploded the ■iljlls*i''m"
He had , been i recently ; adjudge**
Insane and was awaiting pormnt
meat to the insane aajrHHa* t%^ l
house ,wm wrecked by Urn trtglt
irion. ■ ''
The New
DEMI BOSUfI
Shirts are H*r
■ tatched $1.00 and tl J&

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