William Lawley

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William Lawley - WEEKLY T R I B U N E ESTABLISHED Greeley Months...
WEEKLY T R I B U N E ESTABLISHED Greeley Months over U. S appearance in Gree to see this grea and it was.no end was lust another but to Qreeleyltes has come to the produced In of two trucks union, 19 in Mexico for Offices by Rlley. democratic the state Is a resident Smith was He obtained' Prep school Boulder. · in 1904-j G. Steele 1 2) Will Erie Boy Is Shot by Pal As They Hunt Philip Knox, 12-Year Old Sev- with Grader, Shot Thru Heart by William Lawley As School Friends Enjoy Sport Erie, Oct. 4.--Philip Knox, 12-year, old son ot Mr. and Mrs. Dave Erie, was fatally wounded at about 9:30 Saturday morning, when he shot thru the heart by n school and, companion, William Lawley, IS year old Erie .youth and a sophomore In high school here. The shooting was accidental, according to all accounts, accounts, and occurred when Lawley and Knox, along with other boys, hunting about a, mile north of Erie. Knox was taken into Erie by pals, about five boys making up little hunting expedition, and Dr. C. W. Blxlor, who examined the body, said death had evidently occurred almost almost at once. Details of how tha shooting happened were not available. C-awley, the son of Mr. and Mrs. LaWley, ot this place, was hysterical after the accident. Mrs. Kuox Is ;0 have absolved the boy ot all 'or tho death of her son. David :he boy's father, was summoned tho Morrison inine, where he is employed, Philip Knox was the twin brother ot Prank Knox; both were in tlie seventh grade and had a high scholastic scholastic ranking, having completed itho vork ot the second, third, fourth fifth grades in two years. Besides his parents and twin rother, the boy is survived by five other brothers and sisters, Catherine, flack, Wade, Robert and Mary Elizaeth, Elizaeth, all of whom were at home ime of the accident except Mack, vho is in military training in Texas, ud who Is expected here, having teen notified of his brother's death. Dr. J. A. Weaver, county coroner, ras called to Erie to Investigate tho hooting. Dr. Weaver declared that tho accl- ent was purely accidental, and that no inquest will be held. Many Cases Filed -- in County Court

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  1. Greeley Daily Tribune,
  2. 04 Oct 1930, Sat,
  3. Page 1

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