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E>TABISH Eh l8(;5, FEW1ERRY, S. (C. FRI DAY, NOVEMBER 1,10.TIEAWEKI15)AYA
3 Big Rings!
EMOTIONLESS CZOLGOSZ DIES
"I All NOT 8.. RRY FOt MY ORIiMit" I1s
Wished to Plr ko a lpeenh, but. that Privl( go
Wae Denied-sevun IIundred Volt*llPro
duoen Death Quickly-Withln Four
Minutes from the '1 imn I e
Left the Cell Life was
F ztinot-The Current
Auburn, N. Y., Oct. 29.--AL 7.12
o'clock this morning Leon (Izolgosz,
murderer of Pi esident MnhKinl ey,
paid the extreme penalty exacted by
the law for his crime. He was
shocked to death l-y 1,700 volts of
electricity. He went to the chair in
exactly the same manner in which
have the majority of murderers in
this State, showing no particular
sign of fear, but in fact, doing what
few of themn have done-talking to
the witnesses while lie was being
strapped in the chair.
Czolgosz retired1 last night at 10
o'clock and slept so soundly that
when Warden Mead went to the cell
shortly before 5 o'clock this morning
tse guard inside bad to shake Czol
sto awaken him. He sat up ori
the "dge of his cot and made(1 no re
ply to' ie warden'sagreeting of "good
The pri on official took from his
- pocket the d2jTJ" Jrrant and read it
slowly and distinctly to m aOssassHin
who hardly raised his eyes > him1
during the perfunctory ceremony.
Just as the warden stepped away
from the cell (door, Czvlgosz clalled1 to
him and said:
"I would like to talk with the su
The warden responded:
"He will b)e down presently."
Then the condemned man rolled
over on his cot apparently anxious to
At 5.15 the guard bronght to him
a pair of dark trousers with the left
leg slit so as to allow the free appli
Scation of the electrode, and a light
gray outing shirt. He was told to
get up and put these on, which he
& Contrary to the usual custom, he
0 Combined I
WITH ITS -
3 Big Cie
ap Excursions of
was given a t,ew pair ofsh .Whn
dressed he laid down on t he cot again
and in thits attitude Superintendent
Collins found him at 5.30 when he
wont down to visit him. Theo super
intendent stood in front if the steel
bars and when the guoard had called
Czolgosz's attention, ho said:
"I want to make a statement be
fore you kill me."
"What do you wish to say, Czol
go," seh ueitnet
as of fpolpeet lIGwn( te
dreso he me," sadonn th e rioner. ai
11( nth~attd iperintendent
"Then! f on't talk at al.," whid the
pris. on v9 hull n. rJOsp.
Aterthe supodintendont had steft
branwenthe gardh Czhgaz' brlek
fas ' nsi ntin ho f,tast, gg
wan to adke at ithn quie-a
"What do ou weish. Whio sae wasl
pozastked o thihe woitenest.r
gI athein in the oic ofiu threaren
aMond,f peopl aet. o'clock theiro
teon aresidt the deathchaer ,
goingl yhou ath' song soth corri
InThe o' chalk Elatrician saish
pranfrer Wardenly. or f a.
Aftercthe a bnkof2intandeconlet
light bacosshm and onnecwthqieg
thgoorde ofires Whilethe wnd.
pTaigthsthe witnesses wor rereae
ganthen ian heobiefl Wad
dessnsed te thay eah hamer
goingtthoug the ong suth on ro
Inchamb omter whactrican Dravis
ande hore Waren hyer, of guard
Sang prisn ofl 22 incanv dern
lndhts attedros the re ndcaeting.
The elcrode phyrscan, Dihr. Gern,
'work tnesse wer porderedtoate
and o the car. Warudn brefyad
todireecltly in otadElcrca
"Yvisreere towes the egalco
youin ((110 elecr i a(l phore.
Ther aveo th signsle ind the cur-t
anto wasttund'totherogpte deletai.
left of-Ithe ha Whardenr wiad
At Tr N
i all Railroads t
>)rilina ;'ni nrnaatically show
nug the power tbat was cd to kill
WVardon Mond gave the signal to
have the prisoner brought in, and at
7.10 1-2 o'clock Chief Kooper Tiuppor
iwuug open the big steel door lead
ing to the condemnod cells, and as
the stool bars behind which Czolgosz
had boon kept wore swung aside two
nards marchedl the prisoner out in
Lo the corridor, two others followving,
mid thle chief kroper walking in
The11 guards on oit her side of Czol.
or had1( hold( of his arms as if either
Lo support himt, or to keop hun from
naking a demonstration. As lie
~tepped over the threshold lie stAlm
>led, but, they held him up, and an
Lhoy urged him forward towvard the
.hiair lhe stumled again on the rub.
>er -covered plat for m u poni wh ichi
he chair rests. His head was erect,'
ind with his gray flannel shirt turn-.
d b)ack at the neck, ho lookodl quite
boyish. lie was intensely pale and
is lie triedt to t hrowv his head backi
~nd earry himself erect his chin
nivored1 percephtiNy. As lhe was be
nig seaitedl he looked aib:ut at th~e
ansoumld witnesses with qite a
teady stare and saiid:
"'I killed the president hocauiise he
vas an onmy of t he good peoplte."'
-f t.he workinig people."' His voice
~rombhledl slightly at Iirst, but gained
trength with each wordl, andi as he
POke it was perfoot English.
"'I amr niot sorry for moy crimo,"' he
aid loudily, just as the guard pushed
uis hteado back on the rubber head
est, and dIrew the straps across his
orehoad and chin. As the pressure
>i theo straps tightened anid bound
the jawv tightly, lie mrumbih,d:
"I am awfully sorry I cool ntot
:eo my fat her."
It was exactly 7. 11 o'clock when
lie crossed the threshol, hat a mini
rite had elapsod and he had just fin
ished the last staitomnt when the
trapping was comnpleted ai.d the
uards st0opped back. WVaidonj Mo..d
aised his hand, and at 7:12.80 Elec.
trician Davia turned1 the switch that
3 3 UeU
thew1,0 vots letii, i o
tTher offecurn Che h
bod tohe agans Bhitrpta
they livinakod.retby h ad
cIOlied sulddenlly anid the whole at
tituido was 0one of (oxtremoi tenisoeiiss.
For 45 secondls thie fuill current wasI
kept on anid then slowly the electri
cian threw the ewit ch back, reducing
the current volt by volt unil it was
cut off entirely. Then just, as it had
reached that point he t-hrowv the lever
b)ack again for two or three second.
TJjhe body, wvhich had collapsed as
a'; the current was reduced, stiffenedl
uip again againsrt the st rapls. When
it wals turned off again, Dr. Macdon~i
ald steopped up to tbe chair and put
his hand over the heart, lie said lie
felt no pulsation buit suggested that
the currenit be0 tuned on for a few
secondls again. Once more the body
From the timo Czolgosz had left
his cell until tihe full penalty was
p)aid, less than four mrinutos had
elapsed. The physicianis present
used the stethoscope and ot her tests
to determine if any life remained,
anid at 7.17 the warden, raising his
hand announced Czo)lgosz' dleadl.
The witnessos filed from the cham.
ber, manry of them visibly affected,
and the body was taken from the
chair atnd iaid on the operating table.
When the body of Czolgosz had
been removed from the room where
hie was killed, to the autopsy table,
Auburn p)rison returned to the roil.
tine of its ordinary life. The pris
oners who had been kept locked in
their cells, were released at 7.45
o'clock anid prison work was resumed
at once. T1here was no excitement
amnonig the c'onvicts. Searcely a hun -
dred'l pooib had gat hered outside the
prison gate to watch the witnesses
entor an.l wait- until they reappeared.
T1hre witIae~Mo dispersedl quickly,
some of threm leaving for their homes
as early as 9 o'clock.
Natnurally almost the entire at-ten
tion of the physician assigned tohiold
the auitop~sy was directed toward1s
discovering if possible, whether the
8aeBin wue in any wayv mnnly i,..
1 00 Lovely E
6 Bands! 30(
ars Used b
wn to the 10 Big
rospon,bl)lo. This a1tos)Hy W1H csol
du1cted by D)r. Canrlos !' M1 :edonal1d,c
E'. A. Spitzka a1nd P'ris;on Physicianfil
Oorin. Tho ontiro t.op of ti head i
ws Htiwod off through tho thickest t
part of thi Ikull, which was found to
1)0 of normtl thicknoss, (111l it WsIH
tO uTaiLII>os1H agrooiinoiit of tlhe Ti
croscopical oxauninatiol t.hat the I
brain was norrnal or -dighltly Ibovo
nor nal. ThIais <toiiionsu.traited to t.he(1
Hfatisfaictioni of the physiciarisH t.hain i1
nlo waly wasI CJ'/lgos's riiert.ail cond(i -
ion, e~xcept as it iiughlt, hav bio I~on
p)1~orvoted(, repHJonsible0 for the crn 1o.
Jy hoforo 111 n Ioo h the sulrge4on is
sued( t he fol lowving staitomiont:
"TIheo au topst-y wasW rualC by Mr.
EdwaVlrd A. Spitzkai or New~ York, un-1
der the inuinodliiato supe )rvisIon and1(
directijon of Dr. Carlos F. Macdoni.
ald of Now York, anid D)r. Johii n oin,
8)y ocCtcued~ i over th iire oad em
bralceid aI careful (exliaiatin or all
the b)odily orgIlans, incl10 uig the
"The exrn inat ion rev(aled a pri
foctly hoah11 by stato or aill thie orgians,t
iinctluig Ihlo brinTII.
"A I of the ph lIyHician w110'ho allttendiI
0(1 the ('x(C.oin were p)resent it th I
aiut.opsy ian al conferred1 in theo fhud.
inigs of t i exnama inor4 - - ( Signed i)
John! Gkerina, M. D), Caril''. F. Mai ,
dlonld, M D), IC A. Sp i zk ."''
Htalind( p)ino c!olliIn, oIvery por rtio of1 Or
th anatory belig roi'jI1(ed mtl'I(r i
the upevisin o Dr Gerina iad I
WardeanI .\la. Shtort ly af I-lrwacrdI
it was tack(In to thea prison acomotoru 0y, t
alnd an lxtraiordinry preenantion tk
oni to comlete11ly deit roy it ?A few I
dalyN aigo undelar thle wairdln's oder
anl expeuirimet'as O inla i deteurm Iii
tio t.he pow ~er of(fgil Ii i nI 11( th1 I10
dttrtion of11(' fishi and0 h) lo, wincht lI
lit. no t aisfa tory. W a Irden MNdei~ t
at onc coferr,,d wih sk omel of the
physicianso presenot and1( diolormined,
inl conijlnit ion with Slnpt . Colins I
thatt t he puirpoo of the haw wvas thea I
dlestruillonl of the body and1( tht it,
wos niot. rIoessarliy to uso) qick hive
for thait. end.
with the $100,000 G1
000 People and Anirr
allet Girls! 3 Specia
is Acts! 40
e Animals of all
) Horses! 100 Ponies!
.n! Endless following c
1 8 Tableaux Wa
itfT ':;.,: ,' ! .
Accordingly a carboy of noid was
ihtair. + . 1 i 1 Unr'(-1 nl(,up o 1 body
it I h cofliii afler it ha( boen loworod
Nto Lho gravo. Straw wi usoed it,
lIe four corInors of t"ho gravo as tho
art i was Iut. in to give vott to ouch
Oia H a8 iiiigiit, f )r1i.
It, iH t.ho be+liof of 1.110 p hyHici1il
hat the body will bo tuitirely (diHin
egratoi within 12 hourH. I)nring
hat, tiond a111s1 long asH donter ro
Iossa1ry a1 j.tlalrd wili be kept, ()yor I hr
lIfE FATIlIaI AND1 na1OTIItaH.
CIloveland, Oct. 21. --Next to I he
vitrIt(4ses iii the death charnbleir ait
oszV/'s life was shiocked out. of exi8t,
ne04 thoro woro nto mIorl inlt.4restold
vit1es8e8 t4o thel far awaiy inleiri (
f jusRtico t.hani a it 1e( grou o414(f men'I
vho 1had4 gathr< in ih4( l4 ocal1 ofliel
if the Associatd Pres1s148 to l(4arfi of
ho4 finail ntot early today. Thlis grony
I(diat.ed thte unext. of kini, the nearest
if atll hurnaniii beinlg4 to t.hu assassin8,
is fatheor cad two brotherI, ar1ai half1
cl dozen41 of is forumer ne0ighbor1 ) ini
is c8(ity. Th(e81114 84a4ne sming indilf
(erenice thait has 1chaliraot 4ri1zedu ie
1tombor)nF4 of tihe ('zo!gosz'/ faily was8
I1attenent thtt Leon1 C~zoIgoz 1had(
4(e(4n put1 to4 dea4th was IYU hl to14 th old 1(
aan11 inl Pohnhtis 1 11ingerF t.witchied
w'rvonisly fo a1 mitijlt or 8o, a1 8us
>icioni of a1 t4nar was8 s(e44 to co1110 int0
lis 4434s and4( h1o mado(( a reply in Pol
41h to 4a friendc whio ac0ted( 1a8 int(r
>r44ter. Th14 ohi mna's sitatornlent
va18 to t.h offecTh4t inasmu11 tch as it had1(
4) be4 it were4 bo(4tter that it is; n11 over.
When told of LeOon's regret that
i(4 had1 not soon41 his1 fat hier, I ho assasi
1i's pairent, roj liejd patheticmally that
lit 114 had (4 hoon aske to go to Auburni
to would ha4v4 dono( 140, buIt thte ne(w8
1rom Auiirun was8 ne0ver ass8uring and11
ha4 fatheitr felt thaut ho wasr niot want.
1, hen4lc( he0 romalinetd at homno.
10on(d not halvO been1 a1 witnessM to the
iiihnig of his son01, for t.ho 14con4 would
ave hoon0[ t.oo much for his poto.rnal
Other thani ai anUNion of a to
-and Spectacular of
als in Caste.
.I Car Loads of Scenery!
erd of Elephants!
S3team Calliope! Steam
If Cages. Dens,
in thn fatthnr's oyo thoro wasH no Hign
of gri14 from hb1111, im1i tho two bro
thIor, both yollrtgor t hanl Leton, ho
gantr to asHk asH to (1141 probaoblo pin
flllIH of t he olm rocutionI.
Th party lid inot, wait, to hour do
tails anditl sooul loft for their hoieR,
I hn fat hio Of thn ltHIIsHiri to lis daily
work in (n of t.h vity'H parkH, tho
two brot.hors to t ht+i r r4)et ivo om
-eniii IiIAIN EX dIlNED,.
A ~ engt hey rep oirt irepatirad tis
aftttrnoon, by theo aultopsy sulrgoonsH
reinte ntia rely to the brain andU wats
of 1a hiighily Itechii l haraictor. Af
for scienht i icaI I) lly esr ibinrg to tho mi.
lin tt detaji lb the b)raini of the de(0ad:
mui)rde1(r(r, I11t.hI)reort conIcides as
in geneiro d is wel de'vope1td, sufli -
einalitly ma.rkd wi~vith iiissuzres and1( thei
Iobos 1nro in ai inormll p)roport lon."
The~ surgteons hiavo ntot yet drawun
aI ro rt. on what6,0 e 1 autpsy (dis
elo~sott ats to I ho otheir organs.
\VWs p.layingi on the floorl,
Camte thr oughi thle upn tdoor
An,d stink ing on lith crpet,
it itmde~ at; toblet dot.
Th~e da.rlintg ba~by saw it,
AlI. eleput uip to thle spot.
lIis little faice waIs beamlintg
With a Smllile of perfct- joy
As if an atgel's presen lce
lId ti llted the little boy;
Antd ilthI his tiny) finger,
As; ini a fairy dretami,
iIe ttouedt thle dot of sunishine
Alnd followed up the beam.
iIe looked up to his miothier
To share his inifant bliss,
Theni stooped aind gave the suinbeam:u
A pure, sweet. baby kiss
O) J,ord, Onr I Jeavenly lFather,
Ini the fullnlesis of miy joy',
I pray' that chiilike feeling,
May never leave the boy.
But in thle (lays of trial,
When sin alhlires the youth,
"Senid ontt the light"' to gide hiim
Thle sunibeamns of thy truth;
And may his heart be ever
To thee anl openi door,
Throngh whicti thy truths, as snbeams
Make lov unon lie' floor,