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His out of today the him that mae Logue, llle SHOOTS WIFE AND MPARENTS THEN HltlHlSllF ' .'-, Enraged Husband Seeks Death^of Victims as'They Are Asleep. FORCES WAY INTO HOUSE AT EARLY CORNING HOUR Tragedy Comee as Climax to tiriiied Sensational" Occurrences. By · er honors "No are ing of the that Hi A».i«.iAt*a Trcm. , Parkei-sburg, W. Va., Oct 29 --Carro\,L" James,- a railroad conductor of wilf' jthe will and ,.--».- , this city, shot and instanuy killed his in law, WiUtem p "t ch ard ; prob *to f aWly not I law. sflgntly it mittedTuiciae" trfday at Pennsboro, W " "" " * i - «.-~i-- LONG, mother and grandmother. ,.«, . w h e n James - ' of car ride Mrs. .Tames- brought a counter suit. day to;father-in-law, William of last"TM"" *°~*°"- -""""'- Vi', Ritchie county, "james -broke in- _ to the Pritchard home and caught his -By victims while they slept.- He made no effort to harm his'four-year-old'daugh- tor, who occupied the bed,with her '. .^ r .. \ i n f r r\,,*. I* VmMr inotni» in** hnii2a. ing · -- I iiie irageuy I U I I U W B a OBIICS ui .......... -Utlonal occurrences In this city about suits' evidence tw,o days later c Mitter, .of James-gave = , . ^ , , her passed his , ,, ,, ,, ; . * · . »»,,, ^-^^ ,.. J^sTt 6 TM* "^f ns £ *",, th ? h ^ H^fit^ ;i; V nclj Wd ^ j ^piracy . t o defraud the ~ , o*,,*,,,, sever* ! s tates company. of " ' Embittered Against .. James was to.have received a pre- i = ^ i;iir addressed L.W" rTM^^* %££!£ o on limlnary hearing next Tuesday on orl( on ever? back conspiracy ..cliarge. It is said that ha the ji r worried.gre?tly over tbe matter and! - . muet-«Bmttsre*-aBainst. his and her family. It is alleged that ha threatened that v he would "Kill. was sight: ^^prttchard trfbe " and At! w l l o l e . Pntchar(J tnl ' e ^^ the j(l3ree _pause on end of Chanel s morning. Geius to IJie of tlle - ;he entered tbe room oc Cnatie i cu P ied by bis wif? ' y ? uns: ^"^^ UhemU-anL-nan ^^^^'^^^^^^.^^ had done. rected at tne , wo women. One bul- ] ' let struck Mts. Pritchard in the arm F j. owed and another hit. Mrs.. James . m clleei . hipl James then stepped into the ;il;p . ^ V( i - - ' next bedroom and saw his .father-in- I law rising from _his bed. He fii-ed_di ! .:_ i -. ot - cr . I y«i n 111 c 1.1%; o v i i ^^ »*gj»**.«~ ^ ~ -- ^ ... I rectly into Jjr. Pritthard's face. Ee]s ;, ' - . . . . . , ... ,-.-,,= . ,, , , . . ^ ^ b . j . u , u *.. . . . . .. -- - _ ^ ball passed thro'ugh the'mouth, killing of . "(·him. instantly:", Returning to the , . lr "ii otx ' " "-- '--" " - - - » - ' l d l ^ en ^ big . , .other room. 'James found his wife .v. . . * ' C " . ^ P J 3 i ' gone, .but his mother-_raj.aw-._was_stiil_£ or au j there: Twicc.mqre.be shot her. ( ^ eu ^^ to! bullets lodging in her left foot and to a( jj ugt t h e - right arm. . . . ' - · ' , ,, , . . Revolver Cylinders Empty. James then went in pursuit Xf emanci- land " · I J m l 1 I.1SO L' tli*-CVt -wife. An open ' rear.. dcor indirated who j n the direction fcame ujon her" Represenm- j the ..house. He Had two - ^ _ , i « u\j »ii»'i ; /t'VVT: u. hP. had taken, ana--ne. J l o ,, .a short distance'from: v - n j . - - · · · i. * *?^' v ^* " *v'* ^M,V »*^ft" i "-',' vi 11*- W. j pulled the'triggers of each m an (K . er -7, Alter, kempt to kill her. The cy indeja Vintoa ,i PhUa-| empty. Placing the reyolvprs in lij .caught her -by the tnro.at jK . k Irvlll| wireI eg- B orit . ra toV anil lo ar- and choked her. ; ' , __ j.WUlard the first city and celebration fiftieth and Anxious ' id clioked uer.' . , .WUlard Sielwrling, As the woman sank'.to tae ground ;!nt) her. young child holding on to ° er ! C skirts crying, James b«at and klckeil.. ber and fled only at.the awnrnach of a neighbor who heard the child's crif s. James rarr back to--the- Pritcharrl home. There he reloaded one of the ; revolvers and killed himself. i A coroner's inquest was held at j daylight. A verdict of murder was! -returned., in. the Pritchard case grave railway in the L. the Pritchard case win. James the 1 murderer, and suicide 1 the- w h verdict in the case of the murderer.j did . The testimony of .Mrs. James and rco Pritchard was . taken a^ they lay - 'cots near the railroad station prepar- accept atoiyto being brought to a-hospital commission, as called unions, Inquiry, to be- here* It'was stated, tonish't that 51 rs.. Pritchard may die, but Mrs. James recover. " * IRA WENTZEL, BELLWOOD BANKER^DIES SUDDENLY

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  1. Williamsport Sun-Gazette,
  2. 30 Oct 1911, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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