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   Portsmouth Herald (Newspaper) - June 7, 1910, Portsmouth, New Hampshire                                VOL. XXV; NO. 216.' PORTSMOUTH. N. TUESDAY. JUNE Po'ruiiuraui Dally Republican merged with The Herald. July 1, 1902 PRICE TWO CENTS. NORTHERN BANKERS TO HAVE SUMMER OUTING Coming to Hotel Wentworth on 22d Day of This Month Tho Northern Bankers' Association hold their summer outing and banquet at tho Hotel .Wentworth on Wednesday evening, June 22. Ex- Governor John McLano has accepted an invitation to address the associa- tion after the banquet on his reminis- cences of the peace conference, and prominent bankers will speak on fi- nancial and banking subjects. It is expected that over one hundred mem- bers from New Hampshire and Ver- mont will stand. On Thursday, the 23d, by invitation of tho officials of the local banks, the association will be entertained with a trip to the navy yard and points of historical Interest In and about Ports- mouth. A luncheon will be served at noon to the association by the Ports- mouth bankers at the Rockingham house. A GREAT EARTHQUAKE IN ITALY MAN KILLED Campania, June earth- quake at three- o'clock this morning devastated the provinces of Calabria, Campania. Apulia and Basillcata. Wires are down and communication interrupted, but thousands are known to be homeless and between thirty and flfty to be dead. The destruction was probably less, The officers of the Northern the earthquake in severity near- ers Association President, F. Sawyer, Milfofd, N. H. First Vice President, A. H. Chan- dler, Bellows Falls, Vt. Second Vice President, A. M. Heard of Manchester, N. H. Secretary Treasurer. H. T. Robbins, Newport, Vt. Executive committee, L. H. Bixby, Montpelier, Vt.; Nelson Bailey, Wells River, Vt.; L. T. Thurber, Nashua, N. H. There will bo a meeting of the ex- ecutive committee and chairman of committees of the Old Home Week celebration at City hall this evening. ly equaled the great Messina earth- quake of December, 1908. POSTAL SAVINGS v. BANK BILL Washington, June Postal Savings' Bank bill is today the sub- ject of an agreement that it shall pass the house of representatives. A meeting of the Mayor and Council on Wednesday evening. IGeo. B.French Co Lawn Waists, Embroidered, worth Lawn Waists, Hamburg and Lace Trimmed and a big variety, Lawn Waists of flue materials, all 50 to each GINGHAM, PERCALE AND LAWN Gingham Dresses, Lace Yoke, Lace or Linen Trimmed, choice to Lawn Drefses, Lace and Hamburg Trimmed, very dainty to Linen Suits, nil Pure Linen up Fancy Lawn ICimonas, 5OC UP Long Kiuionas, Figured Lawns and Cotton Crepes.....................................................75C UP Natural.and White Linen Skirts.......................................................................... Si.ooup Spring Coats and Suits All Marked Down Below Cost. I Y Y Y i Y Y Y t Y I I Y Y t t Raphael Papasolaro Fatally Stabbed By Agostino Trovato COMMON JACK-KNIFE USED Trouble Started Over Game of Cards for the Captured in Hay Excellent utation With Has Eru gaged Counsel. Raphael Papasolaro, ketter known i of the people in that section to im- i Ralph Rossa, was killed on j part any information. They learned Market street shortly after four j from a little girl named Pollnto Uzark o'clock on Monday afternoon, and Ag-; that Trovato had run into his board- ostino Travato, the selt confessed ing house on .Russell street. They slayer, is locked up at the police made a search of that house, but fall- itation, charged with the crime. ed to locate him and having the ter- Both are Italians and thulr favorite weapons a knife, which was used and with fatal effect. It was a common Jacliknlfc and Trovato stabbed his i'ictim three times, the first stab a Joys Of 5ummer i' Emphasized In The Display Of Outdoor Furniture For the large and attractive selection of material and tinted Willow, German Reed, Maple and Rush pieces, each designed ior tranquility and repose. For the lawn, and readiness to put into place when the call of summer color and breeze beckons you to the shady open air: Swings, Hammocks, Settees and Rustic chairs Variety WUB never never so t-mall Painted lawn swings iu pleasing colors at Fibre rush furniture, chairs begin at 87.60. Heed furniture from for a email chair, and other proportion- ate prices for very choice piecei. You can enjoy the outdoor.furniture more frequently If you have a Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet. HARGE ON BROTHERS ip-at Vaughan St. OilCloth Wall Papers Old Hickory rustic furniture. Arm Chairs and settees at 85 Caue and Maple porch furniture begiuH at fur a comfy rocker- Willow arm chair as low as EXPLOSION IN MACHINE SHOP litory surrounded, began a systematic search of the buildings. They had been through several whoa Deputy Sheriff Shaw went into-the-barn.'owm ed by Joseph Sacco and climbed into blow in the groin severed the the loft. He was looking over tho femoral artery and caused death, al- hough there were two wounds in the breast, one directly over tho heart, but it is thought this did not pene- trate very deep. Papasolaro died almost Instantly and Trovato made a dash for liberty, hut he was captured within an hour Gasolene Tank Blew Up in the Shop of Charles t hay when he heard a movement in the corner and upon investigation found Trovato crouched down in the corner, and when the officer pulled his club and ordered him to put up his hands he did so, saying "All right, Mr. Shaw, I won't cause any trouble." He was handcuffed in the loft and as in a hay loft of a barn on Russell they came out of the barn, Asst. street, within a hundred yards of Marshal Hurley and Officer Shannon next Ladies' Jersey Riblicil VisN, in a'.l styles................................................................... Ladies'Jersey Kib'ncd I.uce or tisjht knee ................................................25c and 50C Ladies' Jersey Ribln-d Union Suits, all styles..............................................; Children's Jersey KUibi-il Vests, Imv neck, no sleeves Children's Silk I .isle II -sc............................................................................ Ladies' Tan llo-c. asserted shades....................-.. 500 Ladies' Black 0.in its l.isU- Ladies' Black Si k Lisle Hose, double tap, Onyx No. pair Ladies' Purv; Silk Host-, Black..................................'.................................. 50 and Sjc pair Dutch Collars :imi a finf. assortment....................................................................25c Auto Veils, Chiffon. yards long, i yatd wide, all Tub Brand Wash Trimmings, all colors. ....................................................6c to 25c yard Fancy Wash I5C, igc, 2gc yard White Lace Wash Veils, new to 52.25 each Shoe String Ribbons, Black, While and I2c, 150 yard LADIES' Mm JOURNAL PATTERNS Qeo. R French Co the crime took place. The body of Papasolaro was picked up from the middle of the street and laid on the sidewalk, while the ambulance was called, Inn before it arrived lie was dead, and the body was removed to Undertaker 0. W. Ham's morgue. i The crime was witnessed by several >eople and Joseph Sacco, In front of whose place the murder was coniruH- ed, telephoned Hie police that there ras somo trouble. Marshall Entwjs- le sent Officers Shannon and' Ander- son down and on their arrival they ound Papasolaro still alive and tel- ephoned back for the ambulance. In lie meanwhile Assistant Marshal arrived and later Marshal Sntwistle sent Deputy Sheriff Shaw, who happened into the station, down .0 assist. Trovato Captured, The officers quickly learned that Trovato had committed the crime and they began a. thorough search of the neighborhood, being hampered, as is usually the case, by the unwillingness 'i I er workman, Brewsler, were thrown off their feet, but not injured to any extent. i n i i i i i i I.H-; TUNGSTEN LAMPS (The trade name recently given to tlicTungston Lamp is ft'aztla Lamp, but jnrana ootning except a trails Lame.) Reduction in Price Customers entitled to free re- newals of carbon incandescent lamps can now obtain Tungsten Lamps in exchange, for the fol- lowing excess prices: 25 Watt .50 40 CO 100 150 250 .50 .70 .75 TTO W Coily LiiMI WHITAKBR, 'Supt'. were just coming out of the building, and they took him in charge and handcuffed to Shaw and Hurley he was-taken to the station with Of- ficer Shannon keeping the excited Ital- ians back. As the officers appeared with Ihe prisoner the brother of the murdered man. Joseph Rossa, became very ex- cited and .for a time it looked as though he would attempt to do harm to the prisoner, but the officers warn- ed him off and took the prisoner _to the police station, where he was searched and immediately locked in a cell. Common Jackknife Weapon. A common, wooden-handle Jackknife v.-as found among other effects, and :o Marshal Entwistle and Asst. Hurl- ey ho admitted that it was the knife had stabbed Papasolaro with. An examination revealed blcod stains on the big blade. Claimr-d Self-Defence. Travato informed the officers that bo had stabbed Rossa, .as he called aim, but it was in self-defence. He :laimcd that Rossa, or Papasolaro, grabbed him by the thr.oat and threat- 3iied to kill him, at the same tlrno reaching hack for a revolver. At 'hat he pulled" his knife and struck it him and they wresteled, and when Rossa dropped ho fled, and after visit- ing his boarding house, hid in the where he remained until found by Deputy Nobody was allow- gd to see the prisoner shortly after he was booked ho asked that Attorney John W. Kellcy he sent for. After a short talk with Mr. Kelley.be engaged him to defend him and at the advice of his counsel refused to talk any more. Two important wltnessos. Calogero Maligno and Ceridio Paolino, the lat- ter, who witnessed tho crime and tried to separate tho two men, were placed under arrest by Officer Andcr- That the workmen employed in the machine and shop of Charles R. Pearson on Haven court were not in- stantly killed.this morning Is due.to the fact that the doors of "the shop 'CHANGES AT FREIGHT OFFICE were open. Two of the force, Tharles Brewster and Charles were just Cashier and Other Appointment. in the Clerical Force ning work and had started to make some repairs on a big gasoline tank of a motor boat. The tank had been emptied of gasoline, but still con- tained gas enough to nearly wreck the building. Taylor, with' a got near the tank a 'cap had been removed and in an instant there Several changes 'in the clerical force at the Boston and Maine freight office occurred on Monday.- John H. as resigned to ac- cept a position in the Piscataqua Sav- ings bank and will he succeeded by was an explosion that was heard half a mile away. The big copper recep- tacle opened at the top and pieces flew in all directions. Parts of It (as a new member of the force went through the upper floor and j clerks, lodged in {he-Seams and: woodwork in the roof. The concussion was so strong that it took out nearly every window in the shop complete. Taylor who was the nearest to the tank was cut slightly on the face, and John P. Harden. Charles Faulkner was appointed assistant cashier, and Alexander Bilbruck enters the office or THEWEATHEll Tuesday night and Generally fair in New-: England, with moderate temperature. .There may the proprietor, and the oth- r he rains in northern New England. T THE STAPLES STORE (Continued oa second page.) Wednesday, June 8th, j IS "Elite" Petticoat I Day at Our Store To add a IHtle interest we shall offer 3 styles of Ihe "Eliie" Petticoats at.. 98c Each. WHAT WE They are made to fit around the. Wps; Just call and we will I show them to you. Other grades ?i.75- 83-00 and LEWIS t. STAPLES, 7 Market St. SAY is SO   

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