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8ATURDAY.APRI?, 21. 1906.
FOUR KILLED IN STRIKE RIOT Deputies Fire od Mob Storming Jail at Windber, Pa. SEVERAL OTHERS WOUNDED" Johnstown, Pa.. April 17.?A riot oc ?surred at Windber between striking aainers sod others, and in the resultine shooting by deputies Pictu Martini. Paul Zilla, Antonio Mazuca and Charlea IToeter. 12 years old, were klll??d. Min? ing Engineer Kugene Delaney waa dan? gerously injured and several others were wounded. Foster was shot through the bowels and died in the hospital. An eye-witness of the riot. In de? scribing th* affair, said the trouble etart*?d when Deputy Sheriff W. W. McMullen wont to the mass meeting held by the striking minors in a wood nt the edge of the town. Many of the miners had been drinking, and the eight of the deputy made them furious. The offic??r was quickly surrounded by maddened miners, who threatened to hill him. McMullen. realizing that his situation was desperate, fled for his Ufe, Unding refnge In the house of ?Council? man Canalisa Davis Practically every man who had gone to the mass meeting Joined in the chase after the fleeing deputy, and soon after the latter had entered the Dav!s house it was sur rounded by a mob of 2000 shouting, ?nursing miners, who challenged McMul? len to com?? OBt When McMullen failed to appear, the mob attaek??d the house nnd literally wrecked it. The deputy sheriff was roughly handled, but najnla managed to escape. The mem? bers ?>f lee Davis family fled to the nom*?* ol I for shelter. Other ?depnt ha?! been on duty guard? ing the property of the coal ???mpany. had I time, ar??! H ol th?? rioters were landed tn the kkch-ea at Wleeeer. Th?? mob 1???*?1??<1 by Paul Zllls. then planned an assault on the jail with the purpose of : 'tiers. A great ? r?>wd ?>f the striker?, with Zilla at ' I to the centre of the town ?ml pr?>[>ared to storm the |ail. The ?l.pnty sh?>riffs flxt?d the bay? onets t?i their rifle*- and snrrottn?l??d the Jail BO k?-?p It from the mob's posses? sion if The members of the fire deperti also ?all?'d out to help r?'stor?* order 1 were urged to he orderly and to leave the iti. but Influenced by liquor, they r? ftis??<l to listen, greeting the effor pacifv them with hoots and je.TS. At a signal th?? mob began lo close In on the jni! >-li<?titirig tt? the de| throw uway tb?-lr ?tins and give up the prisoners. The <>ffic?>rs first tried to keep back the mob with bayonets, but the effort a tual and when it became eattelB that the little band of deputies and firemen covld not stand before the howling. Infuriated mob they open???! fir? TssON of th?? f?ireigners who were bo the Jail had al? ready begun using knives In the at? tempt to disarm the deputies, while others flourished revolvers. The depu? ties fired but one volley, and the for? eigners broke and fled in wild disorder, leaving three of their number dead in front of the Jail. The wounded who were sble to walk were hurried to their homes and boarding houses, while an ambulance t?x>k the more seriously hurt to the Wind tier hospital. At the mass meeting the men had de elded to return to work on the opera? tors' terms, when Deputy McMullen appeared. It is said that an lntoxicat?td striker made an insulting remark to the deputy, and that when the letter warned the miner to keep Quiet the trouble ????san. DOWIE WILL FIGHT Rejects Enemies' Proposal to Settle Dispute About Zion City. Chicago, April 18.?All negotiations looking to a peaceful settlement of the question as BO who shall control Zion City and its vast resources are broken Off. John Alexander Dowie. through hia attorneys Kmil C. Wetten and P. C. Haley, threw down the gauntlet to ?General Overseer Wilbur Glenn Voliva nnd hia followers when a proposition advanced by Voliva to the effect that the $20.000,0?0 estate be turned over lo a board of control was rejected by Dowie. According to the provisions of this proposition, the board was to con? sist of nine members, four of them to be selected by Dowie and a like num? ber by Voliva. The ninth man was to he selected by the board as crested. It arsa stipulated thst both Dowie and Voliva be active members of this board and thst the action of the mem? bers thereof be final In determining whether or not the deposed "First Apostle" or Voliva be the recognised head of tha Christian Catholic church Dowie rejected the proposal on the grounds that not only would he not acquiesce in the appointment of Vo Uva on the board, but that he no longer recognized the new leader na a mem bar of the church. Subterranean Lake Under Town. Winchester. Va., April 18. ? Real dents of Cbarleatown. 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