The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, March 27, 1901, Page 8, Image 8

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Number of Circumstances Which
Lend Him to the Conclusion Thnt
John Clllberti, the Itnllnn Who
Wns Found Dead at Lltttlo Eng
land, Did Not Commit Suicide.
Charge of Shot Enteied Body
Straight, Which Is Against Theory
That He Wns Leaning OverMuszle.
County Detective V. A. 1'hllllps Is
now more decided Ihiin ww thnt .tolm
rillbcttl, the IIhIIuii, wIiomi dead lmtly
wuh found In Utile KuRland, Sunday
nintnlMT, and the ciuiho of wlioxc death
lias j-Iiicc been nioie or px petnlntlve,
uus murdeied.
' One linnoitunl r.-atuw time has
' tiroiicht out Is that the xliot untried
the body xtralRht, kIiowIhk that the
Kim miiHt have been held In a HlinlKUt
line with tin bieiiMt. H would .""-'eni
tiliyoliitfly iniiioxflblu lor u nuin of
I'lllbcKl'H Hltittiif and leiicth of nuin
to kmicIi the ttlBB'i-and dlu'liniife the
stun. That the weapon vwia In some
one elHi-'H hands when the fatal flint
vn Hied Ik now soeinlimly an ns-suit-il
Why (.'Ilib'-itl sliutiUl lctuilt hoiue at
II o'clock ut iilfilit Ih I'splalned by lli
vounty dett'Cthi' In two veiy plausible
ways. HavliiK In mind the llrst theory
that the cuid paity at the Htoie broke
up in a (Isht and that Olllberll went
home to set bin fhotKiin, It Is ihoiiKlU
that one of (lit: live men at rested
wrested the Rim from Clllberti und
uave him his (bath wound. Two xliol
Kiiti enrtUdBes of a laise Klze weio
found unions,' I'lllheitl'H emit posses
.lom. The ruu with whleli Clllberti
vns killed Is u muzzle-loader, and, of
eouise, the c.u trldscs could not lit this
weapon. Tbeiefoio It Is believed
the two shells weie pl.ieed In the dead
man's poikets as a blind.
The broken stock of the kiui Is ue
I'uiinted for. Un one side of the butt
theie is it Rash, made undoubtedly by
shaip (ontHct with a stone. The de
tective bellees thnt the Sim. after the
minder was committed, was bioken
mrr a stone and placed under the
body, iil-o to mislead the InvestlBiitois.
Taking np the accident Idea, the
county detective advance the theoiy
that the dead man lost money at the
i aid same, and had Rone home to Ret
the w canon to sell In payment of his
ilebt. While be and the unknown were
c.snmlulut; It in the Kaleway of Orlii
po's pioperty. where the body was
found, the sun -was aeeldontally fired
When the sholKiin was found by the
authorities the OinRrr would not catch
when pulled back, hence this idea is
The the men who are bciiiK tetalned
at the county jail since Sunday, as
witnesses, still maintain a rigid silence,
donyhiK any knowledge of the affair.
From slgnlllcant lemarks dropped, they
undoubtedly know more than they care
in admit, but as one expressed It to
ibe detective, unless they are lelcased
"boitly they will betake It upon tbein
selvcs to cause the appiehenslon of
The wife of Clllberti called upon the
mUoneis csteniiiy and tiled to prr--uaile
them to tell all they knew and
ssist In the punishment of the cul
pills, but without suerp.
The men will he given n homing1 be
fore 'Siiulie Cooney, of Dunmore, this
inoinliig. but as theie is no evidence
against them they will be disclint ged.
unless something tin up up.
Itile Dash for Liberty Was Made
by O'Donnell.
'J lie sight of a well-dressed individual
in apld tllght, followed by .1 detective
ami a policeman, not to say anything
of the crowd iieated some excitement
In Center stieet sboitiy after ! o'clock
lat evening. 'While the excitement
was at Its height, the patrolman pulled
his revolver and Hied twlio Into the
air. After racing down Center stieet
lrom the coiner of Wyoming avenue,
the fugitive was slopped at Franklin
avenue, and c-enited In tllumph by a
winded detective to Aldeiiiiiiu Millar's
John O'Donnell, of liiouklvu, was the
name given by the runner. He was
n nested about ." o'clock by Detective
Seldman at the Lackawanna Million,
while trying to steal a ilde on a train.
He said he was on his way to Ulng
bamton, wheie he expected to secuio
work. lie was airalgned befoie Alder
man Millar and lined $., or ten.davs,
lor disorderly conduct.
The aldetman went home to dlunei,
and hit the prisoner In the ollico
with Special Ollleer Uyars. O'Donnell
watched his opportunity and made a
wild dash lor the stalls leading to the
street. Detective Seldmnn was passed
on the stall wa. and with the speed of
a deer the runaway dodged Into Center
Seldman gave hot pursuit, yelling at
the top of lils voice, and his capture
was made after n two blocks chase.
O'Donnell was re-airalgned before the
alderman, and this time committed to
the county Jail for ninety days In de
fault of ball.
The make-up of today's D., L. and
W. boaul Is as follows;
'ii;i:su.v, m.
Wild (atJ, Lj.i-S p. in.. II. rillllsun, 10 n
m, 1'. Ilallolt; 11 p. in.. I). Wallicc.
V CIJ.NIMl.W, MAltCIl 27.
W'llil Gill, Kant 1J.20 j, in,, O'Connor, with
tUxcr's mens 1,30 a. in., 1. 1. Kogcn; i j.
in.. A. 0. llamiiiitti ! J. in., It, C.istricr; I
. in., I, t'inn'rt! j J. in, I' Vjn Woinier; 7
it in., T. Doudlcins S a. til. . V, Wall; 0 a, tn.,
.1. .'. Muiny, with 0. Purtholoniew's men; JO
a. in., .1. II. JIaMeis; 11 j. in.. J, Moiiu; l
1 1. in., KctchJm; I.U (. in,, J.; p, m.,
W, I. VVjidd; 2 p. in., 0. W. Dunn; t.CO p.
in,, T. J. Thompson; 3 p. in., 0. T. Staples,
(I p. m, 1', Mahon
Summits. Klc. 0 a in., pjst, J. Hennlfan; 0
i. Di., rjt, V. II, NlehoL; (j p, in., east, James
CsrrlKifi b i. in., writ, C. rrounfflkcr; 7 p. m.,
(jst treni Nay Auir, l.'dwanl McMIUter; 7 p. in.,
wttt from (ajuga, (ilnlrj ; 7 p. in., cst from
Ca.vuRa, JULanc. .
Puller 11 a. in., !'. l. Sfcor.
Pukhfm-S a. in., Iloui ; 10 a. ni., S. Tin.
ntily; ll.W u. in., Morau; 7 p. in., Murphy;
' U i. in., l.Jinplns', 10 p. in., n, Thonui.
I'iMfiigrr lKim' 7 a, in., (latliiry; 7 a, m.,
Rlnjfr; 3."0 P. ' Mantoni 7 p. in., McOoi.
WIM Cat'. West R a. m I) Ilaggrrly.
IliHkriiMn 'I'. O'Mallcy ill jo out with .1.
Hralir'in.iii M. Kconti will (jo out with (),
Kirmnfrlkcr In O'Mallcj'ii plarr.
Hrjliitiuii S. Iti'cra ivlll k out 'illh I" I)
Si enr In PralaiiMii Pipri.' ilai ami Ilul.c
nun Ilrprw lll k out with T McC'artliy in
Ufjuu' l'U(v.
Health U tlio stem upon which the flower of boauty buds and blossoms. It
may bo said that a healthy woman is always beautiful, for health has a beauty all
its own. Tho clear oyo, tho bright complexion, tho firm stop, tlio Tinging laugh,
have a charm which exceeds tho charm of more beauty of feature, when such
beauty belongs to a weak, nervous, irritable woman. Health is, therefore, tho
most precious heritage of woman, to bo kept and guarded as a priceless posses
sion. When wo look for the enuse of failing health in women we shall generally
find it in womanly dipeascs. Few women appreciate how intimately tho general
health is related to tho womanly health, or how surely irregularity, dtsa
grceablo drains, or femalo weakness will undermine tho sttength, rob the oyo of
its brightness and the check of its color.
How shall health bo restored to weak and sick women? What will bring back
the plumpness and prcttiness which disease has marred ' There are thousands! of
women who eonld answer those questions out of a happy experience. Ono of
those is Mts. Mary K. Lcvv'h, who writes tho following letter:
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could Imrdly walk across the room. I oulj
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hundred and forty pounds and am having
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pc'rsou," after IxMiig sick so long, I have
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fifteen ot" the 'Discovery' and fifteen of the
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makes weak women strong and sick
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euro could all be summed uji in the
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well, by the uso of "Favorite Prescrip
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An Extraordinary Sale '
Event in
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The Sale Consists of 12,000
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Sizes Boy's Collars, 12 to 14; Men's Collars, zy2 to 18; Cuffs, 8 to lV2.
Prices-Collars, 75c half doz., $1.35 doz. Cuffs, 25 pair, $2.75 dozen pair
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