Clipped From The Daily Courier
NEWS IF A DAY INJCOTIDAIL Woman Believed a Suicide Identified ** Being From Town. DAUGHTER OF CLOYD M.PARKER Said to HÂ«vÂ« jumped From Seventh Street BrldgÂ« In P.lUfmra--Had Livid With * Family Here--Other News. Â·SCOTTDALB, fob. 23.--Tho woman bileVdd to h-ive commlltotl auloldo by jumping from tho Seventh ttcoot brtdgs Into tho Allegheny river on December 21 him been Itlontlllod its MM. Myers, thy dnughtor ot Mr. Mrs. Cloyd M. Pnrker, formerly ot here, und who lett Scottdulo shortly before Christmas to spend thu holl days with her f.itrents, who now at Jennnetto.. Mr. pnrkor, tho who la a rond foreman tor tho P. ft 0. Street Railway, !Â» well known throughout this section having been tor many years secretary ot tho urs' Union. The tinfottiinato young woman whose body was found In tho Ohio river and Identified by Mr. and Parker lett tho homo ot Mr. and A. ?. Byrne of town to go to Jeannetto to spend Christmas with bar parents. Tho fuDitlr wus dreadfully shocked to learn ot the Identltlcutton for when the young woman failed return after Christmas, as sho aald she would, they made Inquiries ot .-etatlves and wore uneasy .over tho (act that sho was missing. While with tho Byrns family thoy all bo- came much attached to her, and found her In every way a neat model housekeeper. She was purlieu larly trustworthy with tho children, and took a patient and Interested care of them, so that the little fairly (dallied her. Sho was married to a man named Myers, living a Rank in and they were separated, girt Intimating that her husband's family had encompassed this. They bad one child und It was with tho father, lu Is aatd that oho went to Ksnkln In orda.' to Ma tho child If possible effect a reconciliation, but It Is believed (hat this tailed. Tho Plttsbttrg stories say that she was Rankle for thtca weeks, but this a mistake as It could not have longer 'nan a couple of days, from the time iue left here tod Edward Gibson, A negro porter at WnbHch statloi, la Flttsburg. gave Information to the Coroner's oIQco Allegheny county, that lead to coin tnunlcatlng wlt.i Mr. and Mrs. Park er. Qlbson culled at the morgue identified the clothing ot tho woman found In tho river aÂ» that worn iy woman who came to him at tho tton and asked that she be directed Â» good boardlnghousa for a couple days. She said she camo from Â·nette and Olbsod directed her to Christian ilomo tor Girls on -Way. Deputy Coroner John Black 'Cated the Parkers In Jennnette am while the body would ba hard to l l f y because ot the face being and discolored, Mr. and Mrs. Fnrkc almost certainly Identified tho cloth Ing worn as that of (heir daughter Mrs. Myers.