Elizabeth Nahodil stabbed by husband
Mon-za, WIFEWAS ATTACKED AND WAS STABBED bed his wife twice. He was arrested snd taken to the City Hall, where ho was locked up. He was given a hearing before the burgess on the charge of being drunk and was fined $5. Ho was to be given another hearing hearing before Squrie Schultz on the charge of attacking his wife. REGULAR CAR STOP The Reading station, Shamokin, was :,, f,.nm the scene of excitement when husband ; . . Shaniokin and I and wife had a tilt, dur.ng n.cn i njMount Carmc, Trauslt company are wife received two slight stab wounds, intersection of Locust on her chest. ! Avenue and Second streets as a regu- regu- John Kulkoskio, of Springfield, I lur slop as wcll as the crossing in and his wife, Elizabeth Nahodil, of.front 0f the St. Ignatius church, lo-Shamokin, lo-Shamokin, lo-Shamokin, have been parted for the Seated about fifty yards further. This past moiKli. KuiKOBKie was siuuuiub is i" ucuuiuum o at the Reading station, when he espiodjot the trolley company by the Cen- Cen- lino n uui a xj w-w w-w w-w spoke to her. One word brought on another and HARD SHELL CRABS A,l Twilnfl flrahs tndav Ulld to- to- as the result Kulkoskie pulled a small f t Hotel R':ading. 17-lt 17-lt 17-lt pen knife from his pocket and stab-i stab-i stab-i (Advei-tisomont). (Advei-tisomont). (Advei-tisomont).