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May 25, 1908

May 25, 2008 |  8:19 am



Above, The Times interviews Manitoba Police Chief E.J. Elliott, who is visiting from Canada to extradite a fraud suspect.

At left, a parishioner stabs a priest after Mass at a church in Salisbury, Mo. As he lay bleeding and expected to die, Father Joseph F. Lubeley expressed forgiveness for his attacker, Joseph Schuette. Lubeley recovered, The Times reported the next day. There is no further word on what became of Schuette, who was apparently angry with the priest over his intervention in an argument with another farmer.

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