Clipped From The Marion Star
the a as 1, have been living happily together, col-j but Wavileski is charged with mak-lateral. i Ing an effort to have the woman leave is defend- & Webb property into receiverships. PETER llllESKI IS Charged with Sending Threaten-! tag Letters. FRANK EISEMAN THE PROSECUTING WITNESS Eiseman Claims Prisoner Is Making Him Much Trouble A Bicycle Owned by C. W. Knoch Is Stolen from Ram Policemen Dividing Their Vacations Police Xotes. Peter Wavileski, a Polock, was arrested about 9 o'clock Wednesday night, and is being held at the city prison to answer to a charge of sending threatening letters through the mail to Frank Eiseman, who resides on Glad street. The prosecuting witness avers that Wavileski has been infatuated with the wife of Eiseman and on one oc- thejeasion ran away with her. Eiseman and his wife and two small children her husband and run away with him With this object in view, Wavileski is accused of writing a letter to Eiseman, in which the latter's life is threatened If he does not give ud I his wife. Eiseman, who is employed at the Erie roundhouse, went home about 9 o'clock Wednesday night and found Wavileski talking to his wife on the front porch. Knowing that the visitor's presence meant no good for the family, Eiseman struck him with j nig dinner pall and gave him a good whipping. Wavileski started to run. and, although he is a much larger man than Eiseman, the latter caught him and took him to the union depot, where he was turned over to Officer Chapman. Eiseman claims Wavileski offered him five dollars for an opportunity to run away. When searched at the prison, Wavileski had a pint of whisky, a two-ounce bottle of ether and $103.08 In money. This morning. Eiseman appeared and swore to an affidavit against Wavileski charging him with sending him threatening letters through the mail.