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 - Second Murder Two Killed, Five ' Escape Injury...
Second Murder Two Killed, Five ' Escape Injury In Sunday ADMITS RED PLOT : TO GAIN BULGARIA Man on Trial for Sofia Outrage Says He Was Given Money By Foreign Communists FOUR OTHERS EXAMINED One Witness Says He Was Told Second Attempt Will Be Made on King Boris Bv the Associated Pree. 'sftFTA. Bulgaria. May 3. Marco Vi - leilmann. one of the five defendants who are being' tried by court martial on a charge of responsibility for the recent bomb outrage In the Svetl Krai Cathedral, admitted today that the organizations with which he was connected aimed at the introduction of communism In Bulgaria. It had been decided to divide the country into three iones - j - Sofia. Varna and rievna and later to add Bourgas and Vratza as centers.. The witness admitted having received 400,000 levas (the normal value of the leva is about 20 cents) within a month from a foreign Communist organization. Three Deny Guilt. The court then examined George KoefT, Dimiter Daskaloff and Bclagol Kambouroff, three other defendants. who denied any participation in the bomb outrage. The prosecution is attempting to prove that .these men gave asylum to some of the conspirators. The testimony yesterday of the nrtn defendant, Peter Sadgorski, the sacristan of the cathedral, showed that he eceived about $100 to permit the plat ters to have access to the roof of the cathedral so that they could place the plosive. lie said he had been prom lsed assistance later to enable him to flee to Russia, Where he lived (or many years. One of the' most interesting things the witness said was that the men told him that the first attempt on he life of King Boris had been a fall ure and that another attempt would be made Immediately. , Frledmann's counsel, Maitre Tabak off, said today that owing to a diver gence of views between himself and his client he no longer would appear for Friedmann. During the day the court heard in secret testimony of Chief Makalycheff, of the political de tective service, regarding secret Com munist organizations, and also the tea (Continued on Page Two.) Saloon Is Death At Drinking Em Mishaps Mine ' Accident Claims Third Victim Meets Death Under Rock Fall . YOUNG LAD CRUSHED BENEATH LOCOMOTIVE Old Forge Boy Rolls Down Bank Into Path of Oncoming v' Engine - BODY IS DISCOVERED BY PASSING WOMAN Automobile Turns Turtle Taylor West Scranton Man Fatally Hurt in A seven - year - old hoy and an lS - year - old youth were killed and five others had narrow escapes In two different ac cidents In the down - valley yesterday afternoon. In this city a miner was fatally Injured Saturday under a fall of roof and several others met wiui injuries in mishaps of various causes over the week - end. Three Dead. The dead: Anthony Benjamlne, seven, 240 Pine street. Old Forge. Sam Terroll, 18, 51 Broadhead street, Old Forge. William S. Sheerin, 45, 2009 Price street. Benjamlne, the child, was the victim of a most peculiar accident. Playing on a bank near his home just above the Erie Railroad Company's tracks, he fell while playing yesterday afternoon, according to the Information fur nished the Taylor Hospital, and rolled beneath the wheels of a. passing train Woman rinds Body. His left leg was severed at the hip and it was npt until twenty minutes after the train had passed that he was discovered lying on the rails pool of blood. A woman who happened to be passing along the railvoad tracks at that tune found the boy. She summoned aid and young Ben lamine was placed in an automobile and removed to the Taylor Hospital, where he passed away at 4:30 o'clock. The train crew knew nothing of the child being under the' train and continued on their way. Truck Turns Turtle Terroll was riding on a truck at 2:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon, on which were five other young men, when he was fatally Injured. The machine was descending the Rendham hill In Tay lor borough, when, according to the hospital, the gears are said to have locked, causing the truck to hit a rut in the street car track. In hitting the hole the machine turned turtle, throw ing the six men into the street. Terroll struck on his head and suffered a fractured skull, while the others are reported as having escaped injury, save for - a severe shaking up and bruises. The injured young man was picked up and died while being re (Continued cn Page Two.)

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  1. The Scranton Republican,
  2. 04 May 1925, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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