30 June 1925 The Daily News of Mount Carmel, PA

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30 June 1925 The Daily News of Mount Carmel, PA - "BABE" TYLER RETURNS TO SHAMOKIN ENDING DOUBT...
"BABE" TYLER RETURNS TO SHAMOKIN ENDING DOUBT OF HER DEATH THE GAP SHAKEN BY HARD BLAST Girl Whose Absence Featured Featured Murder Mystery Tells of Disappearance from Home. Trevor-ton Lillian "Babe" Tyler, long suspected suspected as the victim of the memorable Broad Mountain murder mystery, is back to her home in Shamokin, having having arrived yesterday from Detroit, Mich., where she had been held at the Detroit House of Detention for more than a month. Lillian was summoned to her home thru the death of her half-brother, half-brother, half-brother, Harry W. Neiswender. The arrival of Lillian in Shamokin alive and safe, closes this angle of the Broad Mountain murder case. According to the story given in an interview with a representative of a Shamokin newspaper, Lillian said that she had left Shamokin on the morning of April 3, several days before before the finding of the murder victim on Broad Mountain, in company with Stanley Baliskie The couple motored motored to Detroit In the Ford car of the latter, the trip occupying several days. Upon their arrival in Detroit they were to have married, according to promises made the girl by Baliskie. The latter failed to make good his promises and the couple became estranged, estranged, Baliskie leaving the girl stranded in the big city, and departing departing for parts unknown. About the same time Lillian claims to have received a letter from her mother, who learned of her daughter's daughter's address from a letter sent her on April 14, by the girl, apprising her of press reports claiming her to be the Broad Mountain victim. Alone and a stranger in 'the Michigan Michigan city, the unfortunate girl roamed the streets when she chanced to observe observe her aunt, Mrs. Davis, of Mount Carmel, and a lieutenant of the state police, in an automobile near the Michigan Central station. Surmising the misson of her aunt and the police official, she walked to a police station nearby and gave herself herself up. She was later turned over to the City Detention Home, where she was kept under surveillance awaiting the capture of her escort on a charge of white slavery. of Over Four Tons of Dynamite Dynamite Exploded at Strip-pings; Strip-pings; Strip-pings; Much Coal Released by the Charge. A blast that shook every house in Locust Gap occurred last evening about 6:45, when workmen at the Locust Gap stoppings set off a hole containing four and one-half one-half one-half tons of dynamite. In the early part of the evening officials of the strippings ordered people people in the nearby houses to vacate until after the blast had been fired. Altho large rocks and pieces of coal flew in all directions none of the flying flying fragments hit the houses. Hundreds of tons of coal are being taken from the strippings and it is said that the work at this place will be continued for the next fifteen years. MAY CHANGE TWO UPPER DISTRICTS IS UNION PLAN (Continued from Page One) especially interested in the selection of a successor to the late Michael McGrath, of Locust Creek, who served served for many years as an international organizer. It is known that at least ten men are applicants for the post, a majority of these being from the vicinity of Girardville. The Klan Muddle There Is every possibility that the

Clipped from The Daily News30 Jun 1925, TuePage 3

The Daily News (Mount Carmel, Pennsylvania)30 Jun 1925, TuePage 3
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