Ruby Ann Seaman Pendleton's affadavit
times. sw a MORE D.MG!XC KVll ATF. Daughter and Son - ln - Law of Mrs. Seaman Make AnVlavlw Before Coroner, Knapp Wlmee Vrnlkt I. Kxnertcd To - Day. Coroner Knapp ha. not yet rendered hla verdict In the Inquest Into the death of Abraham Seaman, but from the evidence he ha received there is little doubt but that he will find that the old man received his fatal bullet ' wound from the revolver held by tho hand of hla wife. Ruby Pendleton, a married daughter of the Seaman, has made an affidavit In which she say chat she often heard her father twit her mother of having been out with other men and that her mother had said she wished "the old fool wa. dead." "My mother claimed that she wa. not married to my father, hut I aaw her put the marriage certificate In the stove and burn It up." say Mrs Pendleton. Her husband, Frank Pendleton, makes an affidavit In which he says: "Mr. Seaman told me that Mr, fteaman was out walking one night with Ralph Nolan. He followed the couple and a hen near the mill bridge Mr. Seaman turned and hit him on the head with a atone. I have heard her say that she wished Seaman was dead so she could get the insurance. Me told me two or three limes that she had offered to divide the Insurance with .Nolan if he would aslt her to get hrr husband out of the way. "Four or Ave months ago she atk - ed ma to get him ork in the rubber ractory at Matteanan and try to get him caught tn the grinder and then offer him no assistance." It Is expected that the coroner will render his verdict to - day.