Trenton Evening Times, Trenton, NJ, 4 Nov. 1913, Naylor

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Trenton Evening Times, Trenton, NJ, 4 Nov. 1913, Naylor - JR. IT Anniversary F. Sadler, forty-seo- says....
JR. IT Anniversary F. Sadler, forty-seo- says. Is spend- busy m a n - m e between comp t h e a d j u t a n t general's t a t i o n s rela- i t h General of his SAY NAYLDR CAUSED DEATH OF ABRAMS Coroner's Jury Also Declares Victim's Victim's Neck Was Broken Unintentionally Responsibility for., the death of .Tame.i Abrams. which resulted from a practical Joke, was placed Naylor by the verdict of the jury which conducted an inquest yesterday afternoon. afternoon. Naylor pulled Abrams' hat down over his ears on the night of October 25 in the saloon' of i A l o n z o Yejman, Smith Broad Street, and the v i c t i m of the jolte died the following day in St. 4 Francis Hospital from a fracture of t h e neck. The verdict of the jury follows: That James Abmms' death was caused by injuries received In Alonzo Yetman'e salebn, South Broad Street, Trenton, N. J., October 25, 1913, at the hands of Harry Naylor, who pushed a hat forcibly down upon his head, thereby unintentionally neck." breaking 'hia The Inquest was conducted by Coroner Coroner Bower. The members of the jury were Eewls .R. Williams, foreman; James Fitzcharles, Q. M. Allen, F. C. Learning, John Gallavan and Charles E. Hoffman. The principal witnesses .ware men who were in the saloon at the time Abrams. received his injury. The testimony testimony was that Abrams was sitting at a table when Naylor approached and pushed his hat down on his head. Abrams left the saloon shortly afterward afterward and was heard to fall outside. One of his friends helped him to his home. 2009 South Clinton Avenue. His father, Charles F. Abrams, told of finding him on .the porch in a dyins condition. His son told h i m , Mr. Abrams said, that they had "tried to wring his nerk off." Abrams suffered intenseb', his father said, and ex- pr^ssed belief that he was poing to die. .T-hp, injury was described by County Physician Scammell and Dr. Joseph Tempesto, a- resident ·ph-ysiHan-at St. Franris Hospital. Naylor is now under ball awaiting the action of the Grand Jury. YOUNG Given An event attached, by the Company to South tho Business fur high YounK nge. and Swem, at* stenographer to his school night College. he waa At of the typewriters Last medal was of the School. Special result of foreign Sunday held last night Peter a serious wound in charged According last night. home men match. upon him and rifled melee by Korneskie,

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