1902 July 29 Hbg Telegraph

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1902 July 29 Hbg Telegraph - HEAT FELT BY WORKERS ' IN MANY ESTABLISHMENTS...
HEAT FELT BY WORKERS ' IN MANY ESTABLISHMENTS the heat to - day was and was felt as muck as any day this year The streets were exceedingly hot and people txk things as easily as they leould. Horses and animals seemed mind the heat a rneat deal. At the iron and steel mills and fac - Itories the operatives were much affected affected by the heat and not a few men went home early. No cases of stick iness were reported, however. So BnxinPh Transacted. The men interested in the forma tion of a fair and trotting association lid not transact any business last veaing. Several of the promotors were unable to be present and for this reason :t wa.s deemed advjsanle to sostpone the permanent organization mtil some future date. Fmctnrrtl a foliar Bone. "at Oaskins, an employe of the "axtr n furnaces, sustained a fractur ed collar bone yesterday afternoon hvhiie removing coal from a shed at the furnaces. He was thrown off his kvapon by striking his head against lin cerhead beam. . . II ir - pensteel ReeoTers, Curries Hippensteel, the man who ruc - r a month ago pat down on red lot slag - at the Central Iron and - teel Works, was sent to his home icsterday, having almost recovered rora the severe burns of his arms etrs and back. I ykens liner Are Qsiel. The Lvkens Valley miners are very uiet just at present and Sheriff i:.:uff savs that their behavior has een excellent, in every town in the region. The first installment of the elief will be given out soon. Drug Company, Roversford. DWARD SCHELL FINDS COP'S LIFE TOO ARDUOUS Patrolman Kdward Schell has ten dered his resignation to take effect August 1 - t. He has been a good pa - trolmrjn and will take with him an ex cellent record, but he found his duties t times rather ardufcnis and when a tender came from Mr: Edmund Mather to resume his position Mr. Schell decided that as it offered more money and leisure, he aoceipted the offer. He made many friends while on the force and his departure will be regretted. His successor iios not vet been named, but the Mayor will select a good man before the close of the week. Wanted A Patent Examiner. The United States Civil Service Commission announces that on August August 26 - 27 an examination will be held in this city or the position of assistant assistant examiner in the Patent Office at a salary of $1,200 per annum. The Commission at Washington will send application forms 304 and 375 to any one desiring to take this examination. examination. Marriage Licenses. Ambrose A. McGeehan Steelton Marv C. Shannon Steelton Verdict a to Cambria f'xplovlon. Johnstown, July 29. The coroner's judy investigating the Rolling Mill Mine disaster on the 10th instant, filed their verdict yesterday afternoon. afternoon. They find that the explosion was caused by some person or persons, persons, to the jury unknown, taking into room No. 2, sixth right heading, where gas was known to exist, an open lamp, using the same in direct - violation of the mine rules and regu - J lations of the Cambria Company. middle each The retained place he reports of Dr. wiiich Philadelphia, Citizens' ly cjash sweet kill the who a licnn day ing Bell, for wa T. A son. W.

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 29 Jul 1902, Tue,
  3. Page 1

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