Clipped From The Scranton Republican
unris woenrele. 1105 Stafford avenue House Is Damaged By Dynamite Blast Charge' Huried at Home Of Throop Miner A charge of dynamite hurled at the home of James Hartley, 100 Wanda street, Throop, at 7:30 o'clock last night tore off several sheets of siding but failed to cause further damage. The explosive was thrown from the D. St H. field which is adjacent to the home. The dynamiters were on foot. Throop police say, as there is no road near the house over which a machine could travel. . : Hartle Is employed at the Olyphant couiery, Hudson Coal company, one of the mines being picketed by the Antnracite Miners of Pennsylvania Chief of Police Henry Sergeant is in vestigating. The Hartley bombing Is the sixteenth to occur since the il legal strike was called five weeks ago.