Rhone Harr. Tele. 5 20 1921 Fri
ChamberHburg, Pa., : May 20. John Rhone, the Stringtown farmer who last Monday morning shot and killed his wife and then turned the weapon on himself after he had - slashed his throat, died " at the Chambersburg hospital at 10.15 o'clock Mast mght. He had been' only partially conscious during the evening and said nothing. None of his relatives was present when he expired. An autopsy had riot performed onthe body until noon to - dayto ascertain which of the bullet bullet wounds had been fatal.. The body will be turned over to the coroner. The knife with which, Rhone attempted attempted to end his life, was found in the clothing the - man wore at the time of the tragedy. The, knife was turned over to State troopers.., The. knife was almost entirely covered covered . with blood. When opened it showed the lUtle' blade had been used. The sharp edge of the big blade was entirely free of blood. It was pointed out now that the open Mounds on the neck were inflicted before the shoots lng of Rhone occurred and" this to a certain extent is verified by the finding finding and appearance of. the knife. . As a result of the verdict of the corner's jury on Wednesday State Trooper Robinson had made information information against Rhone charging him with murder. The information was made - before1 Magistrate Haulman. On Wednesday Rhone recovered partial consciousness at times, and when given nourishment would murmur murmur "enough." '