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ii , ,,i TWO I ORE PAY , his lips. Three applications of cur- cur- rent were necessy before he vies pro- pro- , nouneed dead at 12:12 a.m. , ' BULLOCK WILL.. . Accompanied by Chaplain T. O. t 'SUPREME PRICE Rod and Major Walter C011ing of thel LEARN SATE R I N olunteer 1 risen League, Tyler en-I en-I en-I ' tem! the chamber it few minutes,' , , , I , later. lie smiled sadly , anti said: cANADA calla EN ' TNlohmeraes tostetphpepd w;oardean:td" . aNnydardb AT TIlE en 1, p ,, , - asked permission to Make a state- state- meat. ills reenest granted, he said:1 , --7-7.------ --7-7.------ --7-7.------ --7-7.------ --7-7.------ --7-7.------ --7-7.------ --7-7.------ --7-7.------ --7-7.------ --7-7.------ Columbus,. 0 March. 3,---Il3y 3,---Il3y 3,---Il3y 3,---Il3y 3,---Il3y AR- AR- "When leave this world 1 go to '' Hamilton, Ont Mar. 3.----413y 3.----413y 3.----413y 3.----413y 3.----413y 3.----413y sociat(l Prems)--Death Prems)--Death Prems)--Death Prems)--Death for the ti I d i' , 1 r 1 ace no maker, but,the man who isisociated Pro)Matthew Bulbo and fourth times within 48 hours Iresponoiblis for the death of Myrtle young American negro wanted early this morning invaded the little Williams-1 Williams-1 Williams-1 leave him to his own Norlina, N. , C., authoritlea on chamber at the penitentiary where electrocution and Cod. 1 have no charge of attempted. murder, vv acts of .1'greatest fitrififTg" against bo-imalice bo-imalice bo-imalice to no man, Good tack to y o u learn his fate today wha cour clety are justlited by the 'nate of all God bless you all Judge Snider it in extradition pi Ohio, when, John Burke. 23, of To-I To-I To-I He was pronounced dead at 12:21. ceedings led, and Leroy Tyler, 34, negro of But one application of current was Up to a late hour hist night Youngstown, murderers were exe- exe- necessary. ' witne34es hal arrived here to appt cute(' in the elmtric chair, Burke was charged and convicted against Bullock. Judge Snider li liurko. also known , us ' McOuire, of having fired the . shots which FridaY refused to necept affidav who was the first 'to die, was the killed Augustus Long sand Lewis against Hullo:It, demanding the f seventy-soventh seventy-soventh seventy-soventh condemned man to Schroeler, railroad detectives stale pearance or witnesses and the st e enter the death chamber. He gazed while guarding $9,000 belonging to Intl4S1011 of oral testimmy. Ile et helplessly into the face 3 Of of those the New York Central Railroad,t tinued the hearing to today, intim who are Permitted. by law to see him which was being taken from the rail-1111g rail-1111g rail-1111g that the negrti will be releas in ilia, Bey. Father Kelly, the prison I road citation to anbknk In Toledo, on the event the Norlina authorit did chaplain accOm not appear against him. panied him and di- di- January 17, 1921. , ' rectod him to the chair. In his hand Two others were convicted of hay- hay- Bullocks case has cliused inter' he carried a small crucifix which he ing taken part in the hold-up hold-up hold-up Royce tional attention. Norlina autho kissed Net before the black cap was Richardson, negro was executed last ties failed to gain his extradition , Iv adjusto over his ov his face,' as Inaudible summer and Edward Foley is aerving a hearing several w4eke ago !) words, probably a prayer, played m on a ter of life imprisonment in thet they sought him on a charge of fourth membeT of, the bandit gang 1 THIN, FADED HAIR I NEEDS "DANDERINE" . , TO THICKEN IT January 17, 1921. , Two others were convicted of having having taken part in the hold-up hold-up hold-up Royce Richardson, negro was executed last summer and Edward Foley is serving a term; of lire imprisonment in the penitentiary hero. Frank Sewall, a I committed suicide in ,a western city , when he was about to be captured. Burke's 65.year old mother ,Mrs. Margaret Surprise, of Toledo, visited him yesterday: lie told her he was Innocent of the crime for which he I was convicted, Mrs. ' Thomas, wife i of the warden sail their parting was II the most pathetic she had ever wit. I nessed at the insititution. TYler escaped from Youngstown after he killed 15 year old Myrtle Williams, a negro girl, who was em- em- I ployed at the same hotel with hint in i Youngstown. Ile surrendered in AltaiIsissippi AltaiIsissippi and was taken to Youngs- Youngs- 'town where he was tried ani con- con- victed. He slashed her throat with A I a knife. tiIl of 1 Of Mrs. Thomas, with whom he , 36 cents buys a-bot:-Afw". a-bot:-Afw". a-bot:-Afw". a-bot:-Afw". a-bot:-Afw". ":"7,------ ":"7,------ ":"7,------ ":"7,------ ":"7,------ ":"7,------ ":"7,------ I the most pathetic she had ever wit. tie of "Danderine." r I nessed at the institution. Within ten minutes aft- aft- 4,. '' Trier escaped from Youngstown t., .. er the first application sv,. . after he killed 15 year old Myrtle you can not find a sin- sin- .,,r .0 Williams, a negro girl, who was em- em- gle trace of dandruff .,,,,,, .: . I ployed at the same hotel with hint in or falling hair. Dander- Dander- I, ., "'' i Youngstown. Ile surrendered in Misine Misine is to the hair what A: ,.: .-:1;'' .-:1;'' .-:1;'' Isissippi and was taken to Youngs-fresh Youngs-fresh Youngs-fresh showers of rain (.4,-.,,,,,! (.4,-.,,,,,! (.4,-.,,,,,! ,, 14''--5,' 14''--5,' 14''--5,' 14''--5,' I t n ow W here he was tried and con- con- and sunshine are to i , , ,,,CP I 1. !-- !-- !-- -;1 -;1 1 victed. He slashed her throat with k .., vegetation. It sgose t;., ,..,-,. ,..,-,. ,..,-,. a knife. ' . right to the roots. in-ta,. in-ta,. in-ta,. t;:ttsti. ! Of Mrs. Thomas, with whom he vigorates andra,L it1 a..44 i boc ame quite intimate during his in-strength in-strength in-strength e n s t h e m, i carceration, he made two requests. helping your hair to grow longlYeiterday he gave her his last dol- dol- thick and luxuriant. lar with which to purchase roses to ' Girls! ()iris! Don't let your hair I be placed on his body. Several days stay lifeless. colorless, thin, scraggy., ago hit 4slida her to see that his A single application of delightful holy be buried in his overseas army Danderine will double the beauty and uniform: She promised to see that radiance of your hair and make t i i both requests be fulfilled. So far as , look twice as abundant. , lis known he has no relatives. "When I leave this world I go to ,' Hamilton, Ont Mar. 3.----(13y 3.----(13y 3.----(13y 3.----(13y 3.----(13y 3.----(13y As-face As-face As-face 11 ly Maker, but,the man who is sociated Press)-'Matthew Press)-'Matthew Press)-'Matthew Bullock responriblo for the death of Myrtle young American negro wanted by Norlina, N. , C., authorities on a WilliamsI leave him to his own electrocution and God. I have no charge of attempted. murder, will malice to no man. Good luck to you learn his fate today whea county all. God bless you all."' ' Judge Snider it in extradition pro, lie was pronounced dead at 12:21. ceedings But one application of current was Up to a late hour hist night no necessary. ' witne3ses hal arrived here to appear against Bullock. Judge Snider last Burke was charged and convicted of having fired tho shots which Friday refused to necept affidavits . killed Augustus Long sand Lewis against Bullock, demanding the ap- ap- Schromler, railroad detectives slain pearance of witnesses and the sub- sub- while guarding $9,000 belonging to IntliSiOn of oral testimemy. Ile con-the con-the con-the New York Central Railroad, tinned the hearing to today, intimatwhich intimatwhich was being taken from the rail-ling rail-ling rail-ling that the negre will bo released in the event the Nor !Ina . authorities did not appear against him. Bullock's case has cdused international international attention. Nor lina authorities authorities failed to gain his extradition at a hearing several w4eks ago, when they sought him on a charge of inciting inciting to riot. Then they began proceedings proceedings on a change of having attempted attempted to murder Itabey Tray ler in a. race disturbance which ended in the lynching of Bullocks brother. Bullock ,declared he feared lynching It he should be returned to Nor Hutt. Negroes and whites of both Canada Canada and the United States have RSsisted RSsisted the defense, retaining two attorneys' attorneys' ot plead Bullock's cause; ARGENTINA Vila NOT BE PRESENT AT GENOA MEET .ARGENTINA I Buenos Aires, Mar. 3.----(13y 3.----(13y 3.----(13y 3.----(13y 3.----(13y 3.----(13y Associated Associated Press.)The foreign office authorizes authorizes the, statement that Argen tina has taken no steps looking to participation in the Genoa economic conference, and has no Intention of doing so. CANADA COURT givw. , 44

Clipped from Chillicothe Gazette03 Mar 1922, FriPage 9

Chillicothe Gazette (Chillicothe, Ohio)03 Mar 1922, FriPage 9
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