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January 9, 1930

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dition Connellsville's Biggest and Best Newspaper. The Best Advertising Medium in the Yough Region^ VOL, 28, NO. 50, I'tii' W e e k l y Ciiiirlor, I-'oiimlccl .July 17", 1-70. i Mcrgi I'liL- l l u l l j Cuurlpr. (-'omuled Kovciirbt'r 10, 10O2. j J u l y IS, CONNELLSVlLljE, PA., THURSDAY EVENING, fANUARY 9, 1930. SIXTEEN PAGES. Announcement Follows Conference Yesterday Between Boosters of Project and County Commissioners. WILL ASK BIDS IN FEW WEEKS Three miles of h i g h w a y , extending the presetr Improved road which ends near the 1'leasant Valley Country Club in luillttkin township l- Mud School, w i l l be constructed next summer. That announcement w,is made today by the county commigf lonero' oflice, nfter n conference yesterday afternoon of ihe t h r e e commissioners and two Connollev lie reprwenh'tivce---former Mayor J. L. Kvans and \V. D. McGin- nl«, both of whom have worked constantly in tho interest of more and better hlghwyas in n o r t h e r n Fayette county. Tho extended -"id w i l l e v e n t u a l l y lend to the completion of tho h i g h w a y to L n u r o l v i l l o , thereby o p e n i n g up new direct, route 1'j orn Ihe c o u n t y to (ho Lincoln I l i g h w i y at d points east. Krom Mud School to L a u r e l v l l l o would require a p p r o x i m a t e l y l'-Mir additional miles. "Is H likely tliia extension w i l t bo made i n tho near f u t u r e ? " was tho question u ; ked C o m i n i s - i o n e r George \V. Hiblxi. "Yes. T h a t i« a ve-y i m p o r t a n t road \a'hi the re is no question but t l i a t it w o u l d bo bail'.' 1 .va'j the reply. Tho commissioner i n d i c a t e d the- new h i g h w a y would touch* a rich f a r m i n g c o u n t r y in a d d i t i o n to being an imp o r t a n t l i n k in a direct eastern r o u t e , lit- saM t h o d e m a n d f i r completion w o u l d bo «uch it could n-ut be re New Steel (Combine Will Build $40,000,000 Plant By U n l t e i i Prcns. PITTSBUIIG, Jan. 9. -- National Steol Corporation has purchased a 1,000-acro tract on Lake Michigan, oast Gary, 111., and will establish a steel mill representing an Investment of. botweon $40,000,000 and ?50,000,000 within the next three years, it wan an- ^STABLE CATCHES PJtlSOMJR IN R I E R AFTER MERRY CHASE Charged with a serious- offen-se, C u t t e r a Wheeler youl!), yester- led Constulile A. A. Brooks a chaKO which f i n a l l y ended in Sam day the' Youshlogueny River, soi.th of tho the fol- bridge. The- young man aped across b i i d g e with the officer in p-iriiit, lowed by a crowd of Kpecta'ore. , "Stop t h a t iran." cried I'rooks^ as :l Cutter rounded the corner oi the West Side Hotel into South First i-Lreet. Then Cutler, who was saining a r o u n d , made the fatal mlsU ke. I'as- .«ihlv the sight of a drawn T volver in Brooks' hand scared him, b it he left the highway nnd pinged d o w n an embankment into the riv-or. Constable Brooks wasn't 'o bo deterred by a little tlampnos-- ; and lie plunged in a f t e r his man. V, llh water ·vaiKi-hlgli flowing about 1 lem, the officer placed wristlets on t i e prisoner and ied him to the cit.s lockup where he is being held for t hearing before A l d e r m a n J. K. Walla e. nouncod here today. National Steel in a holding company formed recently t h r o u g h consolidation of tho Woli-lon Steel Company, the- Great Lakes Steel Corporation and subsidiaries of the H. A. Henna Company of Cleveland. NAVAL PARLEY DELEGATION OFF FOR LONDON TODAY Steamship Onorge Washington Schodulcri to Leave JS'IMY ^'ork uf "2 O'clock. ARE HOPEFUL OF SUCCESS Tho t h r e e - m i l e const m e t Ion this ycxir \ \ i l l bo a bUUc.'-ai! propoeitiou, w i t h l l o State a n d c u u n i y sharintr t h e Theiv Is f;tii! sonio t h u exact route to ho s t r i i c t i o u of the rofu! contii!crcd i i-mu je.'ir-i d f f i f t i H y .about folUnved. Con- \\ftf; toriouvily i t;o but objec- - New Rates Fixed On Brick Shipments From This Region N K W Y O R K . J a n . 0. -- American delegates to tha London Naval Conference will ac-t nail on thc-lr m o - m e n t o u K voya-jr f r o m t h i s port t o d a y . Across tho I f u d a o n nt a Hoboken pier, .strain was up on t h e Or-orgo \ V a s h i n p t o n , historic s h i p w h i c h i-ar- r i n d \Viodrow Wil.scn to Hie Paris peaco conference. Secretary of S t a t e Stimson, c h i e f Amcriciiii delepate, f o u r f e l l o w ik'lo- K i i t e s a i i r l a sti.ff of 75 ;uU:sora ant! f.sr.Istauts, I n c l u d i n g .1 do.:cn yri\nu: w omc-n r.eiTetariPs, svcrc !o KO iiboard before i I'. M. t h e h o u r MU for d f p u r t u r o . M a n y !ift W a s h i n g t o n e a r l y today by a . s p f - i a l boat t r a i n due lo arrive nl Jerso;- City at l::trt p. M. Tills i.-i thf Ui rtl c f t o r t by t h o H n i t t ' i i Statos w i t h i n t i e last decade to r r ! duco t h i h a a v y b u r d e n ^ of naval con,- EDWARD W. DIES IN FLORIDA OF HEART ATTACK Former TEdltor and Philan- il^roplst, Had Been in Failing Health Tliree Years. TO REST BENEATH "SINGING TOWER" J3.v United prK.i, LAKE WAI JOS, Fla., Jan. 8.-- Krl- warjd W. Uok, widely-known editor and: .philanthropist, of Merlon, Pa., dlwl tit his winter home hero nt '1:25 A. M. today nfter a week's illnesa of heart troifblo. Mrs. Bok and their sons) w-oro at the bedside- wh-e-n the end ca.me, hut Cyrus H. K. Curtis, I M i i l a d o l p h l a publisher, qnd Mrs. Bok'a father, aa well ag-phy- fl'lcians- who were rociureled to come from Philadelphia, wlwn Bok'a condition became critical, had not arrived. Mr. Bok had BUtTerpd from hea/rt trouble for three, years, awl his condition became acute a week ago. Since then physicians had rwistar.'Uy hoen at Ills homo. Funeral norvJcM ami burin! will take piaco tomorrow In a spot ho dearly loved---at tho foot of ?. "Btmrin.K tow-e-r" erected a year af.ro and dedicated to the Nation as a refuges for \vlld life and "a,* a resting; placo v."h« e man can nnd ponco and ru'i' 1 !." Ai-ran go-men l.s for tin* M^rvto awaiting a r r i v a l of Mr Curtis C o n t i n u e d o n P O K O T w o , 300 AIRPLANES IN CEREMONIAL FOR ROYAL COUPLE Aerial Demonstration Today Greatest Ever Staged Over Eternal City. HUMBERT'S OWN IN PROUD ARRAY wore By U n i t e d Press. ROME, Jan. 9.--Led by tho battle- on! flags of Grown Prluco Humbert's jwn regiment, 20,000 nion In arms, tho lower of Italy's lighting forces, rmradcd today before the new Princeea )£ Piedmont-- Maria Jose--In con- Jnuntion of the brSlllanl ceremonials marking her marriage to tho heir to ihe Italian throne. H was a colorful demonstration of '.ho force o u p p o r t l n g the crown which, some day, she will w-ear w i f h her hu«- oand. , In a royal box at the Parloli parade ground, beneath n gorgeous canopy of crimson damask, H u m b e r t ' s bride, uirrounded by thoee kings, queens and lessor nobility of Europe who w t t - ·ieefi«l her wedding In the Paulina Ohapel yesterday, saw a military spec- ·acle more vivid and i n s p i r i n g t h a n my military maneuvers of modern .Imee In this city. Every branch nt thi service ributri-d a proud contingent to Interest Grows In Noon Meetings Of tie Churches At, tociay'^ noon p r a y e r meetin ? at the Orphetim Theatre tli-c-re were ISO persona in attendance. Rev. K H. Hloveiifi presided. W i l l i a m K. Brooke led the singing. Prayer woe off jred by Rev. M. R. Tyson of the Evan :e!i- oal Church at South Councils^ ll!e. RQV, Uforge R, K r u p p oi' the Ui itcd Presbyterian Church was spoawjr; hi« subject, "The S u p r e m e Tost," Mre. Mary i^ju Henderson, colored evai gel- ifit at the P a y n e A. M. 13. Churc i of the West Side, HIIIR "Is Our All on the Altar?" Tomorrow noon Rev. J. hertson of the Methodist Church will be ( b e speaker. T l . IJ. Shearer w i l l h a v e charge of the nnifiic. Mrs. M. R Baker will i Ing. con- Captain C. J, l'\x of the Salvo lion t , h « } A n n y and Albert Fuliner w i l l play a H. I a m - I'rotei-tant I I . naneuvers, w h l l o a equadron of mill- cornel d u e t , ary aviators above the parade ground | A t t e n d a n c e at the serviced IruU evc- jerformod d a r i n g teatfi In honcir of t h o ] u i « K at the several churches wus: lions In tlif* h u r v o y wen made by UK; t o w n s h i p pt-oplo and t h e mattei 1 held up. The S t a t e ha.-; now c o m p l e t e d i s t i l l a n o l l i c ) survey and sou t 1 decision an to tlie- «\\act route* must IK- reached at once. Bid.-s w i l l probably in- at-ked In Fob- I load lot rtmry or M a r c h . Mr. Hi bt i-aid, w i t h | town K c o n s t r u c t i o n gottiai; way in the The now read w i l l open up a terri- t o r y w i i i c l l hit; Ions; d",ircd a clofacr conned Ion w i t h Coiiuol.iiville, its in- lu«tric' '., bu«lne-.-=He« and tran.sporla- tlon lac illtic.s. A new rolatioiiuhip bo- tweon city and c o u n t r j will bo afforded. Mr. Kvatm and Mr. M c C i n n i o were · In conference- for se-ve-iMl hourci i n ' UnlonUiwn. TlH'y woru t w o of tho Im- i p o r t a n t fuclori! in (ho o r i g i n a l move t o ' procure- tho highway a n d have k e p t in constant communication w i t h t h e ' r o u u l y comiul6.slonrrti on tho project. I Mean'.vhikv p r c p a r u t i o i s aro going forwan! for t t i u b e g i n n i n g of work on tlio N o r m a l v i l l e - M i l l Hun and Xormal- v i l l c - l n d i n n lload roads. Coiitractor-j nro moving btoam tihovi-ls and other (luiptiiiMiL to t h o scene-. Work will bo started in tho s;riidiinj in a few days, it waa made k n o w n . H A H K I H I U ' K G , J a n . 0. -( m p ! a i i i f bv a g r o u p of llr-» brick mam faeUirorrf against freight rates c h a r - e c by n n u m b e r of railroads were -.ii-staine-il by I'ubMi: Service CommVsi* n today. [ New rules were ordered put into I pffocr w h i c h bhall not exc-e d in car ?;;.')5 per ton from ( if- Johns- i n p to Harrisburg- ; nd Steelton and $3.2,") to Swede-land, Ivy Rock, Consholiocken, Coatesviile, I'bo«/ii.x- ville, Chehter, Bethlehem, Pence;, d and Philadelphia, and from (ho Cori- nollsvllln group not. to cxcc-e-1 ?3.10 to Harrisbui-g amd Steolton a'n i not to exceed ?.'J.uO to tho other ].-o nts. A in-y,-;ir tm t l t day waa d c c l a r d H in}: n a v a l pow_r.M at Anns Couleren-'t' in iip b n i l d i n c r hol 1 UK t h live. !..;.(: t h e W a - i h u m i i i t i Hiit I n I!i27 Yough River Hearing Will Be January 20 Sum u"! A K e n d a l l lo- day lorwanleil u t P l o g r t tn in M a j o r ! John K. lilakc, necr.-tiu-y l t i n - Con- i r e l l R v i l l c , Hoard of Trad", i n f o n n i n ^ j him t h a t n niri'tni}; w i l l bo h e l d In I h e ! ofiicf- of Colonel H a i n , t". S. Kn ".ine^r, i !u P i t t s l m r g , on J a n u a r y L'(J j ·xjyal couple, .More t h a n 300 airp'anee maneuvered n a breath-taking f o r m a t i o n , and two llrlfjlblfrfa added t h o l r impressive -.tro'igtli to the picture. Oaptiat. 75; First Methodiil Eplsci.pal, 75; United Brethren, 53; I^uthf ran, l u f i ; Unitnl P r e « b y t c r i n n . G J ; Mel'iod- lnt I ' r o t e t j t a i i t , SS; Reformed, IT,); Christian, J2; ;r-oenwood Met ho list. Si Jdenly tho aviatow m a n e u v o r e d j '8: Church of the Brethren 3-. mo the most amazing aerial f o r m a - ! Tonight W i l l i u u i C a l h n u n , a layman, Ion "M p t i n K in Col' 1'. S. Kni;liit~f r, F'l J a n u a r y 20. I l n v c -k to f ' a l n ' f t i i r s , « olRco, l i t 1)4'. . l o l e - DAWSON DISTRICT WILL HOLD S. RALLY FRIDAY NIGHT S. Chief Phillips Enlists Two More For Naval Service Chief Samuel S. P h i l l i p s , in charge- of the local N t u r e c r i . U i n E ; station, today .iiiiiounccMl (('.· cnlistmont of two men ye-tcrd;iy. They a r e : James Orle-y S c h n a t l o r l y , son of Mr. and Mrs. Janif'- T. Si bnattorly of orient. O u n U ' l Matthew K u / i o u , " ! , son of Mr.s-. M u y K i u d e n y i (»'" '"hompso-u No. 1. Hoih men o u l i h t e d a , a p p r o n t i c e beam-on and l e f t I ' i t l - b u ^ last nip-lit, r n r o u t f to thi I ' u i l e d S?'taU"i Naval T r u i n i n i ; S t a t i o n a t C i c a I/akcs, I I I . FJrc at IJr(»«n «\illt". FmOWXSVlLL/K, .Ian. !.--Viro be- !it«vel to have o r i s ; i n a t d from an overhcatctl :-tovn .«rly t!ii-i m o r n i n g dctitroyod a ciix-room tr:utie hou.se- of Mr. an,l Miv. Harry Di-ei 11011 of Soutli l i r o w u t i v i l l e . The b u i l d i n g and fur- nii^biiHT'i were a comp!-e;c- loss. Tho damage it tfitlin.ited it Iti.OOO. Kev. Percy A. TJavls, paster of tho Perryopolli Christian Churc)!, will 1 the p r i n c i p a l speaker on Friday evening, J a n u a r y 10, at 7:30 (/clock at I ho rally of Dawson Diatrii r. No. 10, Fayette County Sunday .School Association, which will bo held In the Van- derblH Christian Church, Tho program follows: Music, orchestra. Invocation, tle-v. Al-exande- LofCor, Dawsori Baptist Church. Devotionals, Kev., J. Al CoRloy, James Cochnm Memorial .Methodist JOpiscopal Church, Vanderbitf. Song service, C. C. Collina. Music, iuartet. UeadliiB, Vivian Collins. Duet, Mrs. R. C. VVilkin on Mrs. D. P. Husband. "Teaching the Lesson," A. Horn. Offering and prayer. Address, Kev. Percy A. D;, vis, i?er~ ryopolls. and Van- Benediction, Rftv. William F. Sieit- t c r , Philip (1. Cochran Memorial .Methodist Kpiscopal Church, Uawsou. John S. Pratt will preside. MISSING PITTSBURG GIRLS LOCATED I'resldont Coulidm* called the Geneva Anns C o n f e r e n i o tu o b t a i n a s i m i l a r r c s l r i c t i g n o n r r i i i a e r , s i i b m a i i n n a n d d o t t r o y o r b u i l d UK, b u t f a l k - d , owint; to a d e a d l o c k v i i l i Urwu B r i t a i n . I'resident Hoover a n d Prime M i n i s ter M i K ' D o n a l d havs u n d e r t a k e n tbo t h i r d a'.tempt i'i I b n London c o n f e i - cnco, whi:h mm is J a n u a r y 21. A m e r - ican dulegftte-s 'iro h o p e f u l . They it-fi W a s h i n g t o n w i t h p a r t l n f t word of oncoir-agomcut f r o m Prtsi- doiic Hoover. Ho told t h e m tho pi'ace of the w o r l d l a r g e l y depended on t h e i r success. Ho tlso appealed to the c o u n t r y to lielj" preserve the atniOE- phere of (rood will in w h i c h the c o n - ferenco meets by patience, encourngc-- ment and "freedom front crlticlam." J n adl!tlori to Stimson, other dole- gates sailing ou t h u Cieorge \Vfishirig- ton are Secretary of Navy Adanm, Senr,tor Heed nt Ponnaylvauia, Senator Uobiason of Arkansas, and I Morrow, ambassador to Mexico. Char(',. Uawes, ambassador to Great Britain, and Hugh Gibson, ambassador to Belgium, will join the delegation London. WESTERN STORM MAY NOT SWEEP REGION WEATHER FORECAST Hy a t Expand Industries Already Here Says West "Industrial lOxpanaion" wae the topic o£ an tuld'i'OHa glvon at noon today before tho Rotary Club by W. If. Kelley, a reprenentallvo of tho industrial development department of: the West Ponn. lie urged t h a t communities do more lo g-el expaneion of tho industries already located in them rather Hum to add moro Industries. The next meeting o£ the club will bo at fl:30 o'clock Thursday evening whe-n a joint session with the M o u n t Pleasant club will bt3 held here-. L O N i ' O N , J a n . it. - A x ue-ral decline in live; took f a n n i n g U v r i u s ; 192!) is r e j j o r t c d by t h i - conncr tf t l o n a l '·'arnurs V n i n u . states ' le tol.il redui'iioi 1 year w . t s 7 ' ' , l u i , * Oi (\-f. Itubio Shot-to G A f . I . r i ' , N M . J a n ! C[*·'· I P.i.ic;Kt! Ort!/ K u l a n n o u n c e d last nu*hi t!. party u-'ll r e t u r n :.) it l y , I oc.iu^,* t,; '}(. bij wit'o, PITTSUUHl!. Ja,n. S.--Beit,y and Joan Parks, JG-yeai'-old twii,s, wards of County Commissioner C. C. McGovern, were found today in 1 Neville street roomiug 'houe by -polic who bo- jran a search "or them yesterday when it was learned they had beei missing from their aunt's home sinci Decem- t h e \a- j ber :'!'. Tho report | Tb' sirls said they left tin Ir aunt's in c a t t l e l a s t ; home because "pho refused to buy us j ciotli-e-.-i »r give us money,' 1 ; ccording -- to police. .i» VMt. - - P r e s i d e n t - To Save Three lo of Moxf.-o SAX FRAXCISCO. Jan. 9.--Twn tt he and h!w ' niountaineersi ajje fighting- up the M-fM i i t n - j .·'torm-swi'pt S-.erra Xevadas n a race ugraiiiM cksith to reach a i imllj- of tUxae. luiu'Oouecl in 3Ujiuzxe^ CUBAN ARMY READY TO PROTECT SUGAR CROP AGAINST FIRE HAVANA, Jan. 9.---The entire Cuban army is ready -to protect the sugar crop, which Is about to bo cut and ground. The particular d u t y of. the military forces will Uo 'o prevent incendiary 11 rrs. T n o Killed in Auto Mishap. READING, Jan. 9.--Two men were killed late last nipht when tho automobile in which they were ridiu« C l a s h e d Into a 501-0 on the New Holland road, near vvhei'o two women walkers were f a m i l y hurt, when hit by u, car several weeks P1TTSBUHU, J a r . f l - - T h e I ' l l * districl p r o b a b l v w i l l OK( a p e t i n force- cf the cold n a v e w h i r h j» ; v^ hiK aero-Ji; the- n a t i o n , B r o t x m a n said t o d a y . H i m o r s n o w a n d f r e c z i n r lures m a v h i t t h i s h e c l i o n t n n i g f i t a n d | h'rlday b u t ' h e c e n t e r i i P t h e cold w a v e appears dm* to JKISK to the u o r t h , he s t a t e d . A m i n i m u m l e m p o r a t u r f of 26 or .10 degrees wan p r e d i c t e d for the Pitts- d l s t r l c t t o n i g h t . over eeon over thin city. W i t h all !«0 airtsblpn participating, they formed t f x Lonccntric ringH, the- lowest flying j it an i i l t l t u d o of 600 f'^ot, and the j lighLfit at 3,000, sivfng (he appearance, if a g i g a n t i c Inverit-d conf T h e ; llamoler of tho lowcut ring was a b o u t ; i hreo thoufinnd fent. i Ffr rif-arly half in h o u r these ' I - h u n d e r l n f ; pianos ewocprd a f t e r | · -acii (itiier in circles, finally emerging | i n t o company f o r m a t i o n and f l y i n g d l - ' i "Octly over the royal box. i Vivo I n f a n t r y regiments, i n c l u d i n g I he crack D2nd ot w h i c h Prmoo l l u m I ocrt Is c o l t i r m l -- a n d wh'»-o ttnlform ho j vnre- -KilnKM! t h e K'lf'-'fi i' 1 tho royal ! ox. And (« h)« own m*n marched ! ia«=it. l l t i i n b e r i h t c i i p f i l o u t f r o m t h e oyal K m n j i t o accept t h o i r r n l l i t t i r y i ! MOUNT PELEE ACTIVE AGAIN By U n i t e d Prf.8. FOUTK-DE-FliANCE, French West Indies, Jan. 9.--Tho volcano on M o u n t Pelce has boon actlvo slnco Sunday, clouds of smoke and cinders spouted high i n f o the a i r growing-worso today. Seeks Missing Husband. Mrs. Isaac Woods oC 119 Silver street, Mount Pleasant, has appeal oil for i n f o r m a t i o n that might lead (o locating- her missing husband. No word has been received from Mr. Woods ain-oo ho dlsapeared from hia homo laat October 2-1, Mrs. Woods stated that th-eir foiur children aro pleading for hits return. Sqiutdrons of cavalry, among them noted Klorenco Ixincerp, paced miit the r e v i e w i n g n t a n d , followed liy )i-turosc|ue colonlalfi. Lybiaiifi and Vraba f r o m Tripoli in while bur- IOOUCH. Tho d i s p l a y varied from UK- nine ·eginiKiitti of black-ehirted Fucint n i l i t i a m e n to Bersaglie-ri companies in .boir ripoctacular feather-trimmed mtfi. In this Rlittor of a.rms bursti? of n i l H a r y music from bnnda w h i c h ilterritttel w i t h the Belgian, I t a l i a n uitl Kaeclfit antheniR, lent, an atiuo6- )!iGre of gaiety to the eceno. w i l t *pcak at the- T n i l e d Bret iren Church. Urn-. K I m e r A. H c h u l t z w i l l be al DIP f'rpfibyk-rian C h u r c h ; Uev. ('. (!. Sh'spe at the- United PriMby- l e r U i n ; Rev. G. H. K r u p p at t h o Ref o r m e d ; Rpv. R, K. Sliobrr nt tho Methodlpt Protc-stant C h u r c h f i n d Hev. John II. LnmbM'ti-on at the ( J h u r i i i of t h e H r e t h r P i i . T h e Clcnnere { iasfi w i l l liavo c h n r p e of the opening p r o - nt t h e C h u r c h of t l i e Bretim n. t h e pro- and will t h a t ns be be Rev. 1C. N. D u t y w i l l *pcik a t the C b r i r t t i a n Church t o n i g h t . Mir-ti H c u l a h O i l more w i l l be leader. RjH'clal n m ^ i c w i l l |jo vid/! by Mrs l.t'huul S. \ V J i i p k e y Ross \\'. Hho-,vtn:in. I!'-\. D u t y speak at t h e K i i r - ! M e t h o d i s t . Kpin l.'hurcb K r i d n y rm;h(. Dr. Civ w i l l be n f thf- C h r i t - i 1,111 C h u n h n l p h t . F r i d a y n i i r i i t w i l l lo y people' 1 .-- n l g h l TlH lender w i l l Mii-ri . M l n t n c .Murray. Mm-ic, w i l by Mr*. P-tr U. Wei me r and C ' n i t a i n C. .1. Fox and M r s . Fox of the- Si Ival i o n A r m y , w h o w i l l play a c o r n e t d u n I . O t h e r t o m o r r o w nigh! a s ' - l p i i m n i i t » nrc: Rev. KY .1 Wliiern;in n* t!ie U n i t e d I ' r j ' f e b y t f r i n n ; RQV. K r u p p at Matthew SMrilla Stabbed to Death At Ymnngstowst, Ohio Word has been received here ot the atal stabbing of Matthew Shirllla, 21 .'ears old, at East YounRstov/n, Ohio, f h o young mim was said to havo been nurderod by a nogro assailant d u r i n g m argument. The negro fled after nliictlng 20 gashe-s into USD man's )ody. Matthew, a son of Mr. and Mrs. 5tcph.cn Shlrilla, formerly resided at laineylown, near Dawson. The fam- !y went to Youngetowu about four /ears ag^o. "GAS BUGGY" RESCUES OLD DOBBIN FROM WELL 'Tis said that tho gas buggies are making old dobbin more or less an obsolete species. With the employment of the- gasoline engines for scores of activities, the horse is rapidly fading £rom the picture and therefore tho use of tho gas buggy to save tho life oC a horse cannot paua unnoticed. "When a horse owned by Marshall Thomas at Vanderb.ilt fell into a 20- foot well near tho Thomas home an The Weather Rain or sleet, possibly mixed with snow tonight or Friday; colder ton i g h t or Friday; fresh to strong northeast, or oast winds is the noon weather forecast for Western Pennsylvania. Temperature Kcconl, 1980 l!2fl M a x i m u m (51 H) M i n i m u m 5S I'J Meaa ,,,,»,,.-,.,, _. 61 J6 lutomobile wrecker derrick was irouglit into play to hoist the steed 0 safety. Mr. Thomas had released his horses rom their stalls in the barn. When ne walked over to the well and ramped on tho boards covering it '.hey collapsed under the weight and lowu 20 feet went the lumber and lorse. Just when it was decided to shoot he animal, some one suggested tho lerrick on the auto wrecker. It was irouglit to the scene. A rope was fastened about the body if the'horao. The derrick was brought nto play and it began, to rise. Just 1.3 the animal waa about to be taken nit, the rope broke and the horse igain fell i n t o the well. A stronger rope was secured and his time the effort, was successful. A careful examination showed only 1 slight cut on the he-ad. Otherwise he horse a p p a r e n t l y w n s u n i n j u r e d . .Vhen released he put on n but'Ht of peed and d n s h e d in t h e d i r e c t i o n of he barn w h e r e the o t h e r horses were ocated. tho Cireenwovi.! Mc-thorli'-t K p i s c o p . i l . STEEL WORK WILL f BE BEGUN ON BRIDGE AT POINT MARION the of for the Work on th-i p u b - s t r u c t u r e of th^' A'1)ert Cal!atin .Memorial bruigs ac.ross the Monongahcla Hhor nt rolpt Marion ba'i been completed and Gen-oral C-onstruclion Company PittsbiiTE, holder of tho contract th-o work is now engapcd in clea up material and the promises w i t h end in view of retiring fro-m tho s-'-c-no within a week. This announcement was mado yesterday by officers of the Point Marion C o m m u n i t y Club, sponsor of. tho bridge, and stockholders in tho oin- pany. Th-o K'tc-o! work has been uiuio-r course of fabrication at th-o - p l a n t s o£ tho PiU«bu!'-K-l)(?.s Molu-es Sti-cl Company, it, is l i k e l y t h a t the- first, blilp- nlcnt of stool will arrive on tbo si-cne in about a wx,k or 10 daj's, and v o r l t is -expc-cted to IKJ started i m n i f t d l a t e l y on Its erection. It i« osrtimat-ed that about three- months will bo neces- ary 'to coniplc-lo L'ho bridge. This Disclosure Made Today JJurinpr ('onvorsafion With District, Attorney. RESUME!NQUEST EARLY NEXT WEEK Special to The Courlor, ITNTONTOWX, J a n . 9.-- .Resumption of tho coroner's i n c j u o B t into the m u r der of John Flood Uonohoo- promises even more s t a r l l i n R ilisclositres next week t h a n came yesterday, it develo])" from talks w i t h (hose con nor f e d with tlie i n q u i r y yesterday. FOR by peg tho imjiriiy will be deepened, it was ro- vealed, u n t i l ovory piece- of evidence thai can be corralled w i l l be laid before the corotipr's ju.ry and (he public. Evidence of I h e (!oep p u b l i c interest in tho m a t l f r wi.«j rrlleMcd by scores of calls to official-s c o n d u c t i n g th-o in- q u e s t , it j.s said, and UJP renowai of the p-robo. p e r h a p s next Tuoaday or Wednesday, will B-ee the riev-o-lomnont of furth-er informalion, it is Bald, which u n t i l now has bopn kept q u l ^ t by genuin"- t i m i d i t y or a desiro to avoid th« g l a i o of publicity. Difltrir/. Altorn-ey .1. P. Ariam5 and Special Prosecutor A. K. Jones, both Ite-enJy !nt'Te.5teri in t h e d-c-\elopni-ont : of t h e i n q u e s t , an-- p l a n n i n g to closfly scan tlip Ir.nii.-jcribo-d pages of testimony w i t h a v i f \ v to f u r t h e r action in tile matter. Tho district attorney d»- ·clared t h U ni M-nins t h a t m u c h so far presented wn.-; a l r e a d y k n o w n to 1m o(I!.co. "\Ve w i l l t f i k c no a c t i o n now on any other t e s t i m o n y , " ;:ai(! Mr. Arla.ms. Thu dit-lrjct a t t o r n e y lot it bo k n o w n t h a t he w i l l a w a i t t h e entire disclosures of t h ^ i n q u e s t beforo reaching a (incision a-- to possible action. Mr. Aila.in.s poInK-d o u t that si.\year-old Al-ix-rt fo!l. an innm-to of the listen Hess h o m e t h e nisht Donohoe wits killed, lias already been intor- vkwef] by police. Coroner Bafte, it Is k n o w n , is - s p f ' t i d i n g much energy toward l o c a ' i n K tlie y o u n g s t e r , who di#- sippeared from sipht a feiv days a f t c r ll)» m u r d e r . Mrs. HPSS l^stifle-d that IIP was poinp; and hrid bc-^n "taken a w a v " whc-n slip r e t u r n e d w i t h t h o oftic.vtls from f V n t r n c i n i n t y \viih Ric Kd \Von-i-|i^.-, i h o S a t u r d a y a f t e r th,» killinp:. A scorr- nr mor» of m a t t e r s ar? c l a i m i n g HIP a i t o n t l o n o t ' t h o coroner's ofllcp. howovpr. and tho 'iP\olopm-ntK. it i: « a i d , have bcpn -o numeroiijj that v.'ith his l i n i i f p n stafi' it w i l l (alto a nianber of i\ny- lo pick up the threads of the case. "Has BledMie- «vpr said where h«» wan (he n l f f h t Donohoe w a s k i l l e d ? " M r A d n n r - « a ^ !ikod i h i i morning. "! b e l i o \ c !·.(- hail t^ilil fh-p offlr-oi-.s hn was in B a l t i n n n \ Md.," .Mr. Adams replied. Th-p l e s t i n i o n y of Mi«s MarRaret Abe! t h a t men r r s o m b l i n - Blpdso-o and Tony Bel) w i r e two - i f I ho throe- men in tho R e d a n w i t h dealers Jiwns-p No. X2:t-tijS w.l! ali'-o he j-cru f u i l y . The man at the whe^-l Bledsoo, Mi=f; Alx.l [ o l d Uio coroner's jury je.«(pn3ay. The .smaller man K!IH aaid "I 1hom;lit lo be Tony Bell." ,J Pressed clos-elv ^!iss Abel declared 'she had serii BJodsof in c o u r i aru! on the fitreef 1 ? in U n i o n t o w u How posit i v e Mji-s A b r l w o u l d bo in c o m p l e t i n g her i d e n l i f i c a t i o i i is a m a i l e r keen n t l n d s a j o s p " c u l a t i n ^ o n . AID BEING RUSHED TO LEAKING SCHOONER I'iy U n i t e d P r i ' S i CHARLESTON, S. C., J a n . n . -- T h e schooner Blakcly of Mobile IB in distress about 100 milefS off St. Augue'lne,' J^la., w i t h her sailt; gone and hor iiull leaking badly, according to a mes: age received from tile .steamer Dlxiano by tlio naval radio station here today. The message «uid the Dixiano wne standing by, but that moro help wan needel. The Coafit Guard cutter Yamacraw lias been dispatched and expects to reach tho B-lakely by 10 tonight. Acostn Plwids Not GuiUy. MINE-OLA, U I., J a n . ·}.--Hert Acosta, tra,n-s-Atlant.ic flier who t a y s he lias been g-ettkip; "bad breaks" lately, pleaded not guilty to a charge of aba,i!idoning liis- two children be'ore County .fudge fjouis J. Smith to lay. J-lis bail of ?3,ODU was furnished I'.v a surety company at the request of Charles A. Irvine. Acosta told reporters t h a t il' his w i f e , who rai .'ed ' 27, his arrest yesterday, would get a d i - j a n he .would re-marry. vrX, .Jan. f). I t may ho diij before t h e inquest i n t o the- dealli of John V. Donohop i6 resumed. S u d d e n l y a d j o u r n e d yesterday afternoon by Coroner S .A. B.tlU, w h e n lie a n n o u n c e d that, tcviimony introduced would make- neceesary thi BIUII- m o i i l n g of f u r t h e r witnesses, no dalo for r e s u m p t i o n WOK given. All j u r o i r - woukl be n o l i l l u d in niiliicionl. t i m e , the coroner s-aid, and lie rec|nested wil- nc66cs to remain in t b p c o r n m u n l l y . After Deputy Sheriff J o h n Brady and Miss Margaret, Abel had testified yesterday, HIP l a t t e r b r i n g i n g ( h e name of f o r m e r C o u n t y Detective K. C. B!ed- fioe i n t o the p i c t u r e , Cnrporwl J. 11. Dodson of the Stnl« Police, Miv. l-|pl!ii I Ices an! Constable. KnicFl J). Provance were on the i-tfiml. Corporal JJodison t o l d of being n o t i - fied of the m u r d e r nml pave (ho tletails of the i n v e s t i g a t i o n . "Were then; a n y arrest', made?'' Coroner Bail/,. "There were." "Who wore they?" "Helen HCKH, Cilcnn Allum,' and a young fellow by the n a m o of Crockett." "Was t h e r e a n y t h i n g or any suspici- CoiiliniK'd on l'uy,; Lawrence County Bank Has Shortage Hy U n i t e d Press. NEW CASTLK, J a n . !i.--It was learned today t h a t bank examiners aro p r e p a r i n g t o f x a m l n o the records o£ the First N a t i o n a l Bank of Lawrence C o u n t y in an effort to determine r e s p o n s i b i l i t y for a s h o r t a g e of ?2,500. The shortage, w h i c h is covered by i n s u r a n c e , was discovered December 27, official? of t h e b u n k nai-1 today, in a u d i t of the books of one of tho

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