The Pittsburgh Courier from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on June 12, 1926 · Page 12
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Saturday, June 12, 1926
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J . i u.JAY, JUNE 12, 192J! the . pjTTSur.GH couiu: TWELVE GUILTY F II 71 IS WIFE 1MD A !GT OF SURPRISE - (Special to the PltUbnrgh Courier) By LS. LAUTIER . : i WASHINGTON. D. O. Juno 10 'A jury in criminal court No. 2, Justice Wendell P. Stafford presiding, Jast Thursday fonnd Petronioua Don Henderson guilty of second degree murder for the killing of his common law wife, Matilda Beatrice Jackson, on March 25, last. - The rerdict carries with it pun - Jshment by imprisonment for life or not less than 20 years. Henderson stabbed the Jackson girt in front of 929 French street, porthweat, where they were living aa man and wife, with a pocket knife, the wound penetrating the heart - She had gone to a party - against his wishes and failed to return by 10 o'clock, as she had told him. She left him lying in bed. He got up, dressed, and went into the . streets and returned three times. Aa lie started out the fourth time, he i met her at the door. The stabbing followed. - ' Henderson' carried the fatally wounded girl op the stairs to their room, where he ripped open her clothes from the neck down. He bathed the wound; and then went for Dr. Charles B. Fisher. When Dr. Fisher reached the scene, .the rirl had bun removed to Freed - I men's Hospital, where she was pro nounced dead upon arrival by JJr. Howard Jackson. Henderson took the witness stand at the trial and denied that he intended to kill the girl. He testified that he intended to marry her on April 1, 1926. and was anxious about her welfare but sot angry with her at the time of the - tragedy. He claimed that he pulled her to him and she accidentally fell against a finger nail file which he was holding in his hand at the time. , Deputy Coroner H. E. Martyn, however, testified that his autopsy showed two deep wounds, which were made by a sharp instrument, and the police officers, who investigated the killing, declared that there was no blood on the finger nail file but that the knife which they found at the scene was bloody to the hilt. The principal witness for the Government was Mrs. Annie M. Green, with whom tienderson and the Jackson girl lived at the French street address. Attorney John II. Wilson, who represented Henderson, sought to nave Justice Stafford instruct the jury that they might return a verdict of manslaughter, but Justice Stafford declined, holding that there was no evidence in the case showing manslaughter. He limited his instructions to second - degree murder. Attorney Wilson noted an exception and indicated that he would file a motion for a new trial. Neither the Government nor Mr. Wilson .argued the, case to the jury. The man who listens to women goes farther than he who talks to them. 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DESTROYS Moths.Roaches Bedbugs, Flies STAMQAas oaoX( MKW JXJLSXT) Crime News Breaks Up Poker Game LEWISTOWX, Pa., June 10. Sheriff Prints received a telephone message at 2 o'clock Sunday morn inor inf ormin tr him that e women had been shot and killed in the "shanties" near the Beaver Bros.' Bakery. The sheriff and all his dep - I a .a w. . . - uues Durneu up me nice s feak Ocean - to - Ocean hichwav tn Wwrn. ham only to find all quiet in the vl - ; cinity. As the corpse failed to material - ; ize they investigated and learned i that a colored woman, whniui hue. Dana was playing poker in one of ine "snanties" had sent in the call in an effort to break up the game. She succeeded. CLASSIFIED WOMEN EARN J1C.00 DAILY, . selling the "Medical Adviser." Unfolds secrets of married happiness, often revealed too late. 1008 page, cloth - bound book, illustrated, some colored plates. Chapters on Mother and Babe, Nursing, Accidents, First Aid, What to do in Sickness. Retails for $1.00. 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Write O'Lay Mfg. Co., 1303 Wvlie avenvre. Pittsburgh. Pa. WANTED AGENTS, SALESMEN, DEMONSTRATORS Make 575.00 to $15Q.00 per week with Chieftain Guaranteed Shirts. Easily sold to men 3 for $4.95. Experience unnecessary. Just write orders. We deliver and collect. Every day pay day. Samples and new selling pian FREE. Cincinnati Shirt Company, Secy. 19819, Cincinnati, Ohio. THREE ROOMS FOR MAN AND WIFE FOR RENT Gas, water and electricity, or one furnished room for man and wife. Apply in evenings. 2562 Margaret street. North Side, or phone Fairfax 2962. TWO OR THREE UNFURNISHED ROOMS - FOR RENT. All modern conveniences. Brushton District. Phone Franklin 6870 - J. FIKEMEN. Bmkemen. Bagg4re - men, sleeping car, Uain porters (colored) $140 $20C. Experience in necessary. 20.'l Railway Bureau ICast St. Iiuis. 111. WANTED Columbian I'rotec'ive Association. 2201 Wylie vcnue. Phone Grant 7974. J. W ffit.n. Superintendent. THROE ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING FOR RENT. Third floor. Convenient to Hamilton and Frankstown Avenue cars. Phone Franklin 1629 - R. SEVENTEEN baths, gas papered and rsnt. Inquire Phone Grant 0169 - J ROOM HOTEL Two and electric, newly painted. Reasonable izzh wyiie avenue. INSURANCE AGENCY William H. Thornton, 2201 Wylie avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. Insurance agents wanted for Midland and Uniontown, Pa. For information write the above address. A GOOD BARBER WANTED Apply at once. 1420 Washington ave - fcue, Altoona, Pa, WANTED Men to qualify for sleeping car and train porters. Experience unnecessary Transportation furnished. Write T. McCaff - !rcy. fcupermtender.t. Dept. 2. St. j Louis. Mo. ! ALL MEN - WOMEN, IS to CO. want - ! ing to qualify for. Government ; po?i:ions. ?140 - $ 25 monthly. Home jtr traveling. Write Mr. Ozment, i 431, St. Louis. Mo., immediately. jTWO FURNISHED KOOMS FOR i RENT. Gentlemen preferred. Sec - ; ond Floor. Phone Franklin 1629 - R. i FIVE LIVE WIRE REAL ESTATE SALESMEN WANTED j Can mke $50.00 per day. Call Franklin 0340. H. Silverstein, 7217 Hamilton avenue. East End. AGENTS WANTED Make $100 ! per wek. Our articles sell them - ! selves. Show them and collect the money. Hylon Laboratories, 2704 N. Hals ted street, Chicago, HL LYNCHBURG, VA. The thlrty - elirhth annual commencement exerciaea of Virginia Theological Seminary and College began lriday. May 28. and continued through Tueaday. June 1. Friday waa obaerved aa rlaaa day. Tha exerciaea began at 2:30 and were followed In the evening by the reception to the faculty and aenlora by Preaident R. C. Woodi. rr. David IZ. Over, paator of the Union Raptiat Church. Haiti - more. Md.. delivered the baccalaureate ermn Sunday afternoon at 1:10. Monday evening the cloalng exerciaea of the academy and normal depart menta were held, when C. C. Hpauld - ing. prexident of the North Carolina Mutual Inaurance Company, Durham. X. C. addreaaed the graduatea. The commencement exerciaea of the college and aemtnary departmenta took place Tueaday at 7:30. The graduatea were addreaaed by Dr. C. H. Wealey. head of the department of hlatory, Howard Vnlveraity. Elghty - eix per - aonn graduated from all of the departments. Twenty of them received degree. These exerciaea marked the close of a very aucceaeful year for the institution. The alumni reunion waa held in the afternoon of June 1. The annual aermon for the graduatea of Dunbar High achool will be held Sunday. June 13. at S o'clock tn the Dunbar achool auditorium. Rev. Som - in era. pastor of the Good Shepherd Kpiaropal Church, will be the speaker for the occaaton. The commencement exerciaea of the Dunbar achool graduating claaa will take place Tueaday. June IS. at, 8:15 p. m. at Main Street auditorium.) Claaa motto. "Launched. Hut Not Anchored." Claaa flower, cream rose, and claaa colore, blue and srolri. Claaa oRlcera: Mlaa Eleanor White, president: Mlaa Vivian M. Pinn. vice president: Mlaa Loulae M. Sneak, secretary: Mlsa Elisabeth L liflng, assistant secretary: Eugene D. Irvine, treasurer; Theodore R. Tynea, valedictorian: Miss Ruby A. Smith, aalutatorian. A number of our boya and girla who were attending achoola of other cities have returned home to spend their aummer vacation. The studenta who have returned from Hampton Normal and Industrial Institute are Misses Gwendolyn Scott. Evelyn Humhlrr. Vivian Flag and Ber - nlc Iima?, Those who have returned from Morgan College, Ttaltimore, Md are Misses Frances C. Herry and Florence i nennette. Our students who hive returned from Virginia Vnlon I'nlveraitv. Richmond. Va., are Messrs. John Iewis Anderson and James O. Much'.. William Jones, also a student at this university, will apend his vacation In Atlantic City. Samuel Isurford la expected to arrive from the unlvers'ty in the near future. Jamea ?. iluchM will 'return to the nnlver - slty to continue his studies at the summer semester. Our girls who are attending Hartshorne Memorial College. Mlasea Inea Cheaxer. Annie Schrarl and Thelma Ward, are expected to arrive the latter part of the week. Messrs. Duval Penn and Henry Greene have arrived from West Virginia Institute. Institute. W. Va. Mr. Penn left the city Saturday evening for New Tork. where he will spend hi vacation with Chauncey Spencer and W. Owen Day. who left this city about 10 days aco. Jamea Chaffln Haa returned from New Tork Cltv. wlurt he spent a few. days .vlaitlni friend. WASHINGTON. .D. June 19. Baeaaa the court believed that William Proctor, charged with assaulting: a pi iceman, ha received sufficient' punishment, he waa released on his personal bonds following his conviction before Judge Mattinfly oa WedneHay. Proctor appeared la th. courtroom with his head covered with banda7e, through which Mood stains dearly showed. According to testimony the stitches wsra taken at the Georgetown hospital as the result of the oneounUr with the policeman. - The eficar said that no found Proctor intoxicated and was struck by him. when attempting to make the arrest. Tho policeman admitted striking Proctor several blows after that. ' A small boy was passing along the street when s parrot, from its cafe oa the porch, creamed at him, "How do to dor" The boy stopped ia astonishment. The bird called a second time and a third. Tho lad removed his cap with a aoliU bow and said: "Very well, thask yoa, sir. Excuse me for aot answering yoa sooner, but I really thought yoa were only a bird. - LEXINGTON, KY. RbsssU school closing program netted $15 from door receipts. All money ralaal by tha gradee aad Parat - Tcars Xaaoclatlod go to bur plane, vlctrola and necaaaarr extra equipment. Prof. C W. A. lavld Is principal. Mrs. Carrie Ellis gave baneflt entartalnnrant for the New Testament Church located at Fifth and Toner. Do re a a Circle Of Fleaaa at Green BaptUt Cnarch net Mooday evtnlag with Mrs. Itenla, Bland, aus Whitney avaoue. Centenrlll Baptlit Church celebrated tae Lord s Bprr Sunday. ' A special program tn the afternoon waa rendered by the Old Land sO.rk Club. Robert Brown, president: Howard Coleman, secretary; Kev. Vnv Alexander, paator. The Sons and Daughters of Xlon Club met Monday with Mr a. Annie Tatter. Mrs. Margaret Dlllard. brealdent. Mrs. Emma Garner's drama Tae Ten Vlr - glne," was played Monday at Uberty Uaptlat Church. The trfuid - Mark Uatlding Club of Evergreen Baptist Church gavs a benefit eupper at the realdence of Mrs. Orace Campbell. Richard Waters, president. Rev. Wei - llogton 8. Saaoders delivered the annual aermon to lh Union Benevolent Society of Calentown Sunday. Mrs. Ethsl Thompson, lie Charles svsaue, U vary little Improved and wiahea to see her frleods. Mrs. Amanda E. Miller died Friday at Cadentown. Kh leaves a husband. Oaorge Miller: ehU. dren, Thomaa. Maud. Nora Miller; a later. Mr a. Cecilia. Hrowo; brother. Jamea Brown, and other relatives. Rev. Terry Lewis preached Sunday for St. John's Pentecostal Church, of which Rev. John H. Jonas Is the pastor. Evangelist Marie Jackson of Winchester preached Sunday for Phil - llpa Chapel C 11. E. of which Rev. U. Haklna Is the pastor. Mlaa Roae Berry man died Wedneaday at Prince - town. She leaves a father. Howard Berryman. and step - mother, two brothers and other relatives. Mrs. aeneva Christy died Wednesday at St. Joseph's Hospital." She Is survived by husband. Scott Christy; a on, Morgan Christy, and other relative. Rev. Wm. Bell spent a few days In Covington with Revs. Wm. Taylor and Loeuat of the Baptist faith. The Missionary Society of the First Baptist Chareh.saat Wedneaday with Mrs. Mary Tolfs. president. " . Tbs Xadies Aid of Gunn SC. K. church met Wednesday evening. Mrs, Katl Clay, prealdent; Rev. M. I J. Bellinger, pastor. St. Rebecca Temple Now 4. S. M. T met Wednewday. Mrs. Carrie Rice W. P.; Mrs. Mary It - French, sscy. The Dunbsr - RusssU Alumni Association met Thursday e ran Ing. Mrs. A, I Thompson, secy.: Ptw W. H. Ballard. Jr, pre aidant. Christ United Holy church ta holding spsciai - tr - rvixigB, xev. n. oaao prsaehlag. Rev. Charles Lewis, pastor. Jos Williams died Mondsy at uooa naxnaxiiaa nsipiiai uitr sri lunesa, CAVE CITY. KY, Mlar MxrV Lee Overatree haa been vary 111, but ts much Improved at this writing. Cave City and vicinity Is placed on the rusp for fetter roads. Dr. and Mrs. Weathers, of Versalles, wars the breakfast guests at ths Ootaon Restaurant on their trip from Mempbla. 7na, and Alcorn, Mlea where - thy bsve recently visited their relatives and attended ths com - mencemeat axsrelses at Alcorn A. dt M. College.. The two most - prolific causes of punctures are nails and white pants. LEAKS V1LLE, N. C. Mrs. Eatalla Wilson wss hostess Wednesday svealng at her boms on Loftue street at a party given In honor of her i teat. Mr. Petress of West Virginia. After ths social hour, ths hos tess, aaalsteo by Mr a. jettls Jloa. served vunHi. les cream and cake. John. Small' furnished muale for the occasion. Among ths out - of - town guests was Tom Martin of Eprsy. Salem Scales. Jr. haa at hie Matrimony Height horns a splendid tennis court. All tennis lovers are asked to romt out and play. Mrs. Psttls' Scales has a beautiful flower garden tola spring. Miss Verens Broadnox ana - the beautiful roeord of Floyd Collins at ths Odd Fsltows hall last Monday night, while Jjass Hsirston was at ths piano. Ths May Pole Platting waa a a sees as Mondsy night and wss snioyed by eJW Miss Ethel Roberts ts homo from Newark. K. to spend ths summer and shs Is a week - end guest OT Mies Venae Broadnox. Miss Roberta attended tbs Sunday school at ML Stna Baptist Church last ounoay. ". gueet. Ws think wo will bsvo two weddlnrs on Matrimony Heights very soon. Two girls are wesrlag engagement tipga. E. O. Matthews was over to call on Mias rn Arww Sunday. fr. and Mrs. Alex Hsirston, st Gresnaboro wers over laat Sunday In their nsw closed ear. Ws ars very glsd to havs Honey Fraaler ana Misses Llllls Wsrd and Matllns MllUr and Mss Martin back hems from Bennett College. - HARRISONBURG, VA. mm Ths commencement exercises of tha Efflortr Junior - High School wers held last Friday evening at Assembly HslI snd Rev. J. H. Peters, pastor of Augusta Street M. B. - Church. Staunton. Va, dellversd ths address to ths graduates. 8upt. W. H. Kaleter presented 14 diplomas, to" graduatea. R, w. Lee, 1C of R. has been sleeted as dele - gets to ths Grand Lodgw K.ef P. which onvenes st Staunton. Va, Juns 15. CO. Gaines. C C sltemate. Miss Bsrsh O. Johnaon and Mlas Lxtr - othy Davles. two of ths teachers In our - city, left for their homes In Petersburg sad Amheret. Va. Mias Onldls Frsncls arrived from Florence Villa. Fla. last Friday, whsre shs has iiurM achool for ths nast session. Shs left Mondsy for summer school at institute, w. va. aiasier i nomas Aus tin Is Improving sftsr a psrlod of III - niu The IIIimi C.IOISS LSnirr. sie.'en Chepas. Elolas Wslksr snd Mr. jonn H. Christian ten ror tneir rtipfciin ynmmm n VI nn Am 9 morning, after a successful year as teachers in ths city schools.1 Prof. J - F. Nicholas or Wsyneabnro, Va, who - has recently arrived from Florence Ills. Fla, where hs tsught this past season, wss a visitor la our city last week. The Daughter Elke gar a v.. . lastVrlday er.n!nC ,c" continues to lmpr.n. 'ScwV Star Lodge w'.U b - r ,''5 month of June, l ;, rrV' t2 Items to Floater :,'rd an been given the p n. VX ." ! b. newsboy. Leonsri l:4rr:s,cur NASHVIUE, TEKt Mr. Ida V. Askv - . a ami vs. v s K ; .North. Fido l'.r . - Mr.d Tb all success from e its The park ia a pr: o:r and controlled pv .y p "t :! who has spared r t. - , - . J'irU. in It and mak. - c "fU!v everyway. The Juk ... - T a school entertain - . 4. 8a Friday night at M - .t , i - .i place was bra r r , 'V. Lawrence White. r - . . 5..7"' Juniors, made tre rV.,.J V ttj while John Hu;i Seniors, made t.' clasa la the larK. - r .. b the school, thrr - v - All enjuyed tht r. v. , " ,rJi Mrs. R. IZ. AnJ - w. - ; ..f s.T Una. and Mr ,V - i ,., .:''J lens. Ark are m ,:.r v'.J?' ths commfncni.: - i. - ,t JTf slty. Mrs. An4, - r - - "t the rraduMtion - f r - - .. . l .tI aa did Mrs. 1 - att r. if Z? gradaation of t - .t - r . - . f 3 hi Miller and .... j... x 4 tires snd fri - V:.! - : Vn' - 'IiJ'! Rev. W. Uwrm.c .V" pastor of Spru. - o l:, if In the city looking i... . f.j, acuuaintance. H . r" - " Prof, and Mrs. l: v. . at 1$ Eleventh at. .. .. v VJ" bcra of the - . - uti;. t ... by the stork u,t ct fact they are verv h: : ! - M mV Lynn Hunter. vr - r .:,'r ascr..?5 rounger unes. 1, ft nT . r Xuli, M - i. wl - re i. v'.it VL - tlves. 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