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L ast JELidition i rice Cc^ineilsville's Biggest and Best Newspaper. The Best: Advertising Medium in the Yough Region. VOL. 28, NO. Or,. The MVcltJy Cuurltrr, Konndcd July J T, 18TO. TI)o Dully Courier, Kuunitad November 10, JftOS, juiyTsviuao. CONNELLSVILLE, PA., TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 28/1930. 'SIXTEEN PAGES. *Sudden Decision of Eivcra Accepted by .King Alfonso, Who Is Expected to Name New* Premier During Day. SITUATION ONE OF UNCERTAINTY By U n i t e d Press. MADRID, Spain, Jan. 2S.--Premier Primo tie Rivera, civil dictator of Spain ainco !!).'«, resigned today. His resignation was accepted by King 1 Alfonso. The ond of tho dictatorship came with dramatic: surklonne.se after two days of u n c e r t a i n t y . Tho cabinet, met this morning and t noon the premier mot at the war otiieo w i t h important heads of tho-a:*my. The eutlro cabinet al:o resigned. Tho cabinet w i l l rueut later today and officially a n n o u n c e the resignation. Tho king n an expected to a«k Dc~ Jlaseo Beren.'iuer to form a new cabinet. 1C BeretiKue-r refuses Count Guabolor may be asked to head the new cabinet. Indications t h a t the end of his j j o v - j Tnni-ont hs.s u r r i . e d sooner t h a n l i e ! i'ulicipated were- scon when the preni- ! i'M 1 visited I h c royal palaco ywHtrday,! i.ccompanieil by Uvo soldiers c a r r y i n g j H) heavy v : l M m c ( . w h i c h c o n t a i n e d ! (Jocumo-nls :iiniiiing tho worlc of tho j regime w i n c e 192;;. j Contrary to h i ; , customary discus- j :;!oiis, tho nremii-r declined to m a k e j ;uiy comment w h e n he left the pres- j ot'cc of King Alf'Hieo a f t e r an hour and a h a l f . M e a n w h i l e , most of tho replica re- lQt*twl f r o m the 17 highest military and n a v a l '.·hif.-fs of Spain for a vote o f : eoa/klence bai: been received, and it I was said in w e l l - i n f o r m e d circles t h a i ' 'here woukl bo f o m e surprises, al-:- t h o u g h various ^statements by itiilitary leaders! hal indicated confidence hi tins govormntT t. Yesterday po'iic e and ( U n d e n t s t r i k - j er.s f o u g h t m the street i» f r o n t of tho medical t-:hool and tho national committee ot (he Workers .General I'liiou, u Social!.' 1 .!. or5;a-ii«ition. niovel to s t r e n g t h e n labor p o l i l l c u l groups. The committee w h i c h represent* all provinces, authori/.ed t h e president of tho u n i o n . J u l i a n Df sdeiro, and othen; t o * t-'tart. n e g o t i a t i o n : w i t h various p a r t i e s ' rif the l e f t w i n g in regard to i political action. RULE AT END OF CRASH FATAL TO CLYDE HURST Taking of Testimony in Case Agrain:t (!. 11. Eicher 1o Last Several Bays. HEAVY DAMAGES ARE CLAIMED Fails to Sei'ie $250,000 Writ 1)E KITEKA Premier Prirao de ilivera, dlctntor of .Spain since 19i\'i, resigned today, b r i n g l u p a sudden ("id to his rule. .His successor was to te named d u r i n g t' ! ° day by King Alforso, who a.t once accepted tho rosiguati in. IRENE AND DAGUE NEITHER ADMIT NOR DENY MURDER CHARGE Special (o The Courier. UNIONTOWN, Jan. 28.--He saw three cars abreast on tho road, followed by a cloiul of dust just before the car of Charles H. Eichcr of Scottdale overturned on Sunday, Aiigunt 5, 1928, on the National Pike near I Bratldock's Grave, killing Clyde H u r s l ! and injuring other members of the j Hurst f a m i l y , M. A. Boiling testified I thu-i morning when lie took the witness j stand at the opening of the second day of the- H u r s t f a m i l y ' s suit for damages. Rolling has a summer home near tho scene ot the accident. He said he wc« looking at the care pasi« while he eat on his f r o n t porch that Sunday. Mr. Bicber endeavorxl to pass tbe o t h e r two machines on their left at t h e «uno time,, the evidence so far has- disclosed. 'PailIns to do eo ho t u r n e d into a ditch and upset. Sydney Gaektll of Faireliance, who hekl the "inside track" w h e n the t h r o e car*, were on the- road, told t h e jury his family and Mr. Kellc-y w/ro bound for Flat Hocks for i picnic t h a t day. His wife, two children, sister-in- law and a friend were t r a v e l i n g in his car. He :iret noticed K e l l y ]r;iw put.t lira and i.hon he .saw the other car come up and try to "cut in." The oilier car contained 'Richer and the Ilnivu family. F a i l i n g to accomplish hl« aim Kicher then turned to tho left. Ho did likewise to avoid a collision, said G;is.kiU. The iH-xt I h i n g he knew, the witness said, K i c h e r fuul wrecked. It. is expected the « u l t , w h i c h Is for liouvy damages, w i l l take tho greater part of (iio week before Judge Hudson, Members of (he Hurst f a m i l y wero- guosts ·; Kiche-r on a Sunday drive over t h f » m o u n t a i n s whon tho accident Frances Porter, ~ show girl, has brought a suit against Conkey P. Whitehead, millionaire sportsman, of Atlanta and New York. The suit was Sled in Miami, but process servers have been unable to locate the elusive sportsman. (International N « COAST OF EURCPE TS'uincrdiis Fishinir Vessels Ee- jmrtc'd .Sunk in Tonnuh Like B l o w . FRENCH HOMES BLOWN DOWN t3y NBW Scliropder ai el h e a r t s brutide-d by t i.e State as tho k i l l e r K of H r a d y ran!,' (.Uate. h i g h w a y p a t r o l m a n , w e r e n r r i i i j r n e « l before- Ald e r m a n W i l l i a m A. and refused to adm g u i l t . Neither District Power;; uor the d e f e n s e attorney \vaa An amicable verd-ict. for $(!5-ti was ret u r n e d tills morniu-K in HH darn.age.suit P r p ,_ f)f slx-yiar-old M a r i o n Davis, daug-h- j e r of Sylvester and Helena Davis, for J a n . IS. I rone j i n j u r i e s rsc'eived Occ.cmbor G, 11)28, ; Dagiu 1 , sweet- j W h e i i she, was run down and her skVi'.l and leg fractured w h i l e croinlnK tho .'tree!, a- the corner of Smith Mount V-ernon i v e n u o and Wood wlr^i.'!. 'Phe verdict was apain.'H K!Ui; B. J e f f r i a s of Souili U n i o n t o w n s h i p , o w n e r of the car. The vehicle WH:I driven at the time Marshall today I or deny their A t t o r n e y John present at t h e ht-.-iriug before the only by Dagne, -puly sheriff and i a l d e r m a n , a t t c n d b d i Mrs. Scbrocdcr, a d! a c o u n t y detective. j Alderman M a r s h a ! t w i t h o u t bail for a j w i t h i n five days. 1 held f u r t h e r PETITION TO QUASH COAL POLICE CASE REFUSED BY COURT'ADELAIDE RESUME STUDIES IN the pair hearing H. J e f f r i e s , a .sou. to the a m o u n t of a j u r y verdict, was u Botli dam- mere y L ' - i i t C ' l Press. X, J i n . "X. Two moves defense* counsel to f r e e \\Vi.lter f^ysi Frank Slupikas and Harold f o r m e r coal a m i iron policemen, on j t r i a l in V M I U U K O c o u n t y criminal court j w i t h in inslaus'.!itT in c.ounec-! Watts, ! CHURCH BUILDING Tyiv, Pa., fiirmor-miiUM', fuilcl today. Frank T. Pritcha.nl, chve-t detens-o counsel, first a f - U e d Judjjo William B. Parker to tiiiasn the charges. When the judge rc'1'u.-.cd. Pritchaix! made a pto.i in bar on the ground t h a t t h e defendants wero beiiiK tried iii^doubh; jeopardy, m e a n i n g t h e y were being tried for a felony twice, on tho :;amc testimony. Judge Parker recessed court w h i l o District Attorney Samuel 11. On prepared hi« tiuswor. When couri, reconvened Judge Parker empaneled a special jury which, ruled i t t h e common w e a l l h ' i j favor on an i n - s t r u c t c d verdict. Selection of j u r y t h e n began a n d it was agreed -0 p e r e m p t o r y challenges could be used by c i t h e r side. Charles W e a v e r , foreman of an Oil C i t y sarugi.'. and M r s . Clyilo Pryor, h o u s e w i f e , w e r e tho first two accepted. The t h i r d member was Mi 1 ;;. Lydla C. N u g e n t of Oil C i t y . J u s t as shu took her place In tl;ii j u r y box Judse I'urk- , yr said to ! i s t r i c t A l t o n u - y Daniel i SkC'lly "it is evident someone has been ! t a l k i n g t o j u r o r s w h e n t h e y k n e w they | were empaneled, t w a n t to call t h i s I to tho a t t e n t i o n of the d i s t r i c t , at for- ' ney. It is his d u t y lo invo.siiirate." The judgo's remarks were m a d e u f - The elementary p u p i l s who had been a t t e n d i n g classes n tbo Adelaide · school building wln-.-h wa« destroyed i | by lire two weeks cigo relurnod t o ' | t h e i r studies today. I S u p e r i n t e n d e n t K. K. Smith roporUxl j that all of the youiigntors were- on .hand early this m o r n i n g for the set: siotu; which are to be condiicle-d for j the remainder of this term in tho old j Methodist .Episcopal Church at Ade- j laide. I A heater hae b o r n installed in the ! b u i l d i n g and It is I h - i r o u j c h l y equipped. ," M . | Yesterday the f i n i s h i n g touclu-o wero | put on the work. sides ages and f o r m a l i t y . Tho t h i r d damagre s u i t of the- final ^ WRok g-i'owlnj: out of an , a u t o m o b i l e accidt'-ut was begun this m o r n i n g before Judge, S. John Morrow w h e n parents of f o u r - y e a r - o l d G l o r i a Joseph of Victoria began an action aguirisi Jauu-s J...accy txi recover d-any,u;o« for i n j u r i e s to the child. Gloria, whilo crossing the, road to got a cirink ot water last M a y , was knocked down and her lo-fl s h o u l d e r badly h u r t by the l.aeey machine. A b r a h a m Joseph, falber of the girl, tcstiiiec the child was first given t r e a U i u n t by l.)r. M a r t i n at Star Junction and t h e n taken to, tho f'onnollii- ville HospitiU where a he. was a patient for m a n y weeks. ]'«y U n i t e d J-'i't"--^ PAULS, J a n . 2X. K tor run vhicli crippled h a l f a. do/.eu slean Uiips, sunk more t h a n a dozen li.shiiiK boats rind caused wide damapv on lai d developed tornado t o n e in 'be d - p a r t men l of Tarn sHy today A f t e r iny' alonr; J b o Hh'ierii. The siorm o x f c - n d e d ;.loner t i r n l e n g t h of whore l f i r e y i i n k . There* Sofrou. Nine lisUiiiK Kerrol, Spain, A M ) T I I K H C A K I U K K IS I N j r H E H ; POSTOFFIfrE W A N T S ICK O F F TrA .uul The Postofflcc today issned a plea to the citizens of Conncllsvlllc who receive c a r r i e r service from tho local olliuc to clean tho ice and sftow from their sidewalks, steps and approaches to t b o i r homer;. W i t h i n a week, two carriers-; Isavo been I n j u r e d as the result of fri'lls on the icy walK'H and citizens are re- q u e s t e d to ffive i m m e d i a t e n t t o i i t i o n to I lie ic; ;in'J snow. On Monday diaries Yaw slipped and f o i l on tho i"-e in (Cast. Crawford a v e n u e , siiiffcritiK au i n j u r y (o his .shoulder. He was ablo lo r e t u r n to his duties today but. is be ins Riven a t . l e n l i o n by a p h y s i c i a n . Oii J a n u - ary '·'·'-, Robert A. Millar fell on the ice in KJLSI Patterson avenue, l.fo IUIH not Iwen able to rcsdime his work. "Icy and snow covered pavements not. only delay fho carriers but. n u b - jecl. tli(?m to [Ks:;ible pormanont. in- j u r y i n i i H i n i i c b a.s the men have heavy loads on their backs when maVUns t h e i r rounds," Postoflice ollicial:.i sukl. .Y. 83 MILES SHORTER SjiroUil lo Tlic C o u r i e r U-VION'TOWN, Jan. ^f..-- A litt.lo Monto Carlo grc«l.od tho eyes or otn- cr;rK ear/;' U'i.s mo r i l i n g at H a r r y CirMitiV? ha.1! In Kdo-n.born when a squad oi state and c o u n t y rne'i. led by County Detective- A. A. D o w n i n g en- l.u one largo room, according to the officers, 25 gentlemen of co.or were f l i r t i n g w i t h Dan-no Fortune b v w;iy of tho oards, w h l l n in a n o t h e r t-iicfioVi of tho big h a l l two dozen s n o r e were in an absorbing h u d d l e around a pair of dice. Instead of obeying the county d»v tective's request to lak-o e v e r y t h i n g easy and not get excited, »pp ·oxima.le- ly 20 uegrocK made t.heii escape! t h r o u g h t h e h a l l w i n d o w s , f a k i n g glut's panes, san-hctf and w i n d o w e.tir- tains along and landiing IS f ;ot ho low on t h e hard snow. lOdward THpj, alleged was arrnstod and taken befo -e .Iiistk' of tho Peace f/oonard Coffin in a I. Mc- Clellaiultowu and held undo; 3500 bail on a charge of nmiiitiiining ;i g a m b l i n g establish men t. f n one c o r n e r of the r 0111 Htove. Pli«ko wa,;i fouini to !;· a t i n g very queerly, according (o tho oft c«rs. A search of the v i c i n i t y of Pliskq revealed he was eiust,odia.n of t h e .'Liciuor supply, t h e y K H V . They j o i i n d t w o (juarl.3 of m(.H)ii«liine and Hi-' man w^-fi held iiTirier ? 1,000 bail on a charge of illegal' pos6«=fiion. Tbirty-tivo of the colored brol.he.rH i who olect.p-d to i-tand :i|itl were n;- ' leased on f o r f e i t s of ?1() t::,ch. The | c o u n t y aTid .slate men w e r o aocom- I panierl by Constable Harmon Hosteller, German township's re-x'iitly appointed law ollicer. JONES LAUGHLIN · ! m EARNINGS i TOTAL |20348,000! Embraces .From 73 M i f f s Ntvw Track to ! COST PLACED I AT $15,000,000 i By l.'nitC'l Prc-.'.". j \V*AiSJ.It.\'GTO'N, Jn.ii. 2S. A pro! pasal of the M a l t i n i o r c Ohio Ra.il- S road C o m p a n y to create a new low j grade r a i l route f r o m Philadelphia | und New York lo C h i c a g o , some 8" miles shorter t h a n i t H present line, was be'.'or-e the I n t e r s t a t e Commerce CojnaiiiBflion today, The- p l a n is conUngenf upon the commission's approval of the I S a i U more Ohio'« a p p l i c a t i o n IV-r a n - t h o r i t y to ac-qii-iro the Huffalo, lloch- j ester 7'ltt.s'liiirg and tbo Buffalo * p r o p r i e t o r , ) siiR(jiiehaiin;i ' railro;(ds. Hoth arc allotted to the B a l t i m o r o Ohio unrf-er tho c o i i i j n K K i o n ' K final consolidation p l a n roc.nnt.ly issued. As outlined by ofticiali; of (lie com| pany yr*(,r*ru'ay at hoarings on the a p to l si Ice- over tin? (Suffaio ft i n a , the proposed line would exten.d approxi-matcly noo nilles' f r o m Chicago to New York. The Pxiltimoro Ohio w o u l d const rui'.t 7)! miles of line from Sinueriiahoniiig to \Villianu-- port. I'a., w h e r e it w o u l d counwt, with the Reading. George M. Kh river, wenior vice- pros i-rJont of the Baltimore Ohio. said hi.s c o m p a n y would .spend $80,- ffOO.OOt) in all to conne-ct. its k :(. DR. L M, HERRINCTON AT CLINIC HOSPITAJ. Dr. 1,. M. Herri ngton of McKoos Hocks, a former resident of Kayette county and one- time county suporin- teiuUMH of schoolK. is a patl.eut at tbo Cleveland C l i r i c -lo»pltal. Word from t h e ii.istitutioa iailicat-jd that ho is goUlni" alonir a ; nicely a.s can b- Herringtott" . s i ·- of in !'. George J. D i l l o n yesterday enliateii 'tatos Army throujaiti ,fml S. A r m y . of C o u n e l l s y i l l o in the Uuitel the Union town w i l l be sent to tcr Mi'H. N'nifi at said :;lm had hoard persons who w e r e aware sbo bad beuai j recruitiii!.; station called for jur;- d u t y express opinion.'! j the I n f a n t r y at Hawaiian Islands. on t h e case. J . J o h n A. Troychecl- of LonioiH goes to S k e l l y , UK- A'euan.no c o u n t y pro.sc-cu- i the same ( i n a r t e i ,, w h i l e Frank (',. li of h"ino;it goop, (o (ho (or, assisted ( i a r d n c r of Alle.ulieny c o u n t y and ci i i d u c l v d c x a t n i i i a t i o i i of t h o j u r o r t i . anama ('anal SPEED OF MAIL TRUCKS REDUCED I A d m i t t e d ; K o u r p a t i o t i t s ] Uo t h e C o i m e l l - K v i l ] ; t r e a t m e n t . They son of C u l l e r -,. The . m a x i m - u u spee.1 of a l l d u i u i l t r u c i w in c i t y uo- j lmhl livery service w i l t be ^2 niilofi an h o u r . ; Today the- w o C o a n o H s v i l l e , truek,, wore subject to tho low tpoed w i t h Uie in«,-taflnti(.!i of the gay v e l o c i t y and S o u t h A r c h s-t' S o i u h C o n u e H ,, r H r o w n s v i ; o Hosjilful. u v e been a d m i i . t c i l .· State M o u p i t a l f u r r e W i l l i a m T l i o r n p a v e n u e . M e r l e J o h i i w o n ruu;itil l i r v n e r u n , !,, m X -- t (inlliience lan SOMKKSKT, J a n . i',--10. L. BeggK of Co'nflueace. a i i r i n t e r , was named iual force governors w h i c h will not j f o r e m a n of the . - r a n d j u r y wluni It- permit the vehicles to operate faster! convcnwt ye-sterd. y. Ten cases were Tl miku a« hour. disposed o£ by f ! o j u r y . FRANK E. BUTZ OF LATROBE HAS SKULL FRACTURED MOUNT PU-3A.SANT, Jan. iS.--Frank 10. Hut./., GO years old, of Latrobe, sustained a f r a c t u r e d skull and probable fatal i n j u r i e s when 1m automobile collided with a West P u n n tilrool. car at Standard S h a f t on Monday af- iernoon. He is a p a t i e n t in Memorial Hospital. ) l e was u n c o n s c i o u s for about sievoii hours. .Out.;-, is a sulosman for the Hiuger Sewing Machine Company. FERRY CITIZEN GIVES LIBRARY TO CHURCH A l i b r a r y of 125 volumes has !x«n presented lo the Cihristiati C h u r c h at PerryopoliK by a pro-ininent citi'/.en of tho ( o n w n u n i t y jincl friend of the c h u r c h and Sunday .school, though not i d e n t i f i e d w i t h Hie c h u r c h . It Is p l a n - , nod to add to the n u m b e r , increasing j it to -frO or more. Tho books wero selected by Kev. Percy A. ,'Jav'is, pastor of (ho c h u r c h , w i t h the approvi.il of the donor. The l i b r a r y w i l l be placed in (he n o d a l ! room addition w.hich \va« formally opc-iu'd Saturday. I MAJOR BLAKE SPEAKER AT KIWANIS LUNCHEON At i,ornorrow'« hniBheoii of the Kl- wani.s Club Major Blako w i l l discuss "Canalization oi: t h e Vougb," -,ipon w h i c h .subject, lie has a c c u m u l a t e d a vast, amount, of interc.sl.itjs' I n f o r m a - tion w h i c h he will present, iti a lucid man ior. b o a t s we and i ho w r e c k a ;,,' oC t h r e e other vesselK was s w e p t :s!ioro there as gales made ii d i f l i c i It for s h i p s to c u t e r p o r t . The Spanish s f e i i r n s h i p l v t Tlacto iisUed for aK-;i.;tauci- olT t h o ec ssi ot PorUijt'al. Thi' sleiuner l O n e l u i also asked for aid b u ; taile-d to nswcr l a t e r r a d i o calls. The Kti-amt- G e n - eral Opsorio reached vjgo IiJ hours laie after a hard light w i t h U .storm ;-nd the Cristobal Colon way a mmrh delayc'l. Heavy r a i a f a l ' at. Nice, 'ranee, caused the collaps: of si-vera villa.-i w h i c h wore e v a c u a t e d .just hef rc the w a l l s crumbled 1 ; Sl.reeis, coll: rs an-.i lower flections of t h o Uivicr;. wore flooded and comimniiea'.ions dl r u p t o d In some i n s t a n c e s . Other steamers w h i c h \ port.el thwnselvcs in distress- ycalui lay or last tii=;hL I n c l u d w l t h e Hriti h ship ISverleigh, f r o m Al«-s to lirtui: which was off Capt! li'inisterro. Tin- Annadale Clastic relayed the di;;ir ss call and .later report«1 sh«- bad -Cached t h e position given but found i o t r a c e of t h o - K v o r l c i g h . Tbc I t a l i a n steamer Ijilerno. going lo aid t h e .Kvor- leK-h, asked for h e l p a/tor 1 reaking her steering gr;nr. Two othoi I t a l i a n ships,,' l.ha C'arnogli arui t h r Seheto, also asked for help. -Now ,Ur Service, AD air service a l o n p the w of S o u t h America is planned. JLACEY DUNCAN IS INJURED FATALLY IN MAXWELL MINE Lau.ghlin Steel C ' o r p o r a l i o i w i d i a r y C o m p a n i e s t o d a y total oariiiriji.s for the .Y«n ccrn ):!' '.it of $ '.i'7 .(!:!'), 7 li!) s u r p l u i i a t t h e e n d o f U» i? .lones ft mid ,?nb- !e- net 7 - , - Tho tola! ciini.in^.s for l:)'J'.i showed iin increase- of ?r,,t)Tfi,Sl'i over J 0 2 S , whilo i he s u r p h i s was ii t-re;j:-:ecl by $ ) . LOTS'. KM. Tolaf c a r / i i n g : - ; for '!ie fom-t.'i [ u a r t » r of l^l'.'j c-iuled IJ.:.niiH!- "} wore a n n o i u u : e d us $5,. "IIS, ''17. A f t e r d e d u c t i n g - all c'.\-priis?-s in- « . i d ? n ( . to o p e r a t i o n . rtKei ve-,s fur !p r e c i a t i o n a n d d e p l e t i o n i i i i d I t i t c r - e i - t on boiiii." the- total e a r n i n g s were r ducod to a not income- of i .'n.S-!.S,7-!:i. A c i » i s i t i o n o!' (he B u f f a l o . Hoeh- ester P i t t s b t i r f f w o u l d cost lite comp a n y $3(1,7^.000, in a d d i t i o n to . 1 S,'!7,- SOO.OfW for ftind-t-'d d e b t , S'hrivci- said. I f w o u l d fost $6,30».(M)() to acquire tho s l o c k a n i l SI.OGtl.WiO to a:(fulri tin? bonds of tho Htiffalo S u s r i u c h a n i i i i , h» .said. Cost, of n e w c o n s t r u c t i o n was e s t i m a t e d at Jlfi.OflO.nnfi. D a n i e l W i l l n r d , president of I ho B a l t i m o r e t. O h i o , paid the proposed l i n e w o u l d a f f o r d ncoded reli-el' to throu(.'h traffic, congestion now prevail in« in the P i t t s h u r g d i s t r i c l . "it. would b e K u b i - t a n t i a l l y s h o r t e r a n d b e t t e r l i n e ' f o r the movement o t t h r o u g h ( r a f f i c f r o m fhk-aso t o New Y o r k . P h i l a d e l p h i a and NVw Ivugland t h a n we h a v e today," ho s a i d . Special to The Courier, t'N'TONTOWX, J a n . 28.--fa.uglu lx- t w y e n a motor and two cars, ivacey I j w n c a n , if, molorman in the Maxwe-.ll rniiH', retrelvod injuries on Monday i.jvcning w h i c h reKUU-ed in his death at, 1: tr o'clock UilK inornmg in Browne- ville Hospital. Jiis pelvis, apin-o and left leg were GEO. C. CRAWFORD ELECTED DRESIDENT JONES L/UJGHUN PITTSUL'RU, Jan. 1's ·---Cioorge C. Crawford of U i n n i i i g l i a i i i . Ala., was elected CASSELMAN WOMAN HELD IN ROBBERY OF MICHIGAN MAN | l"!y ( ' l l l t o d J ' f C - s n . j _ J A r i x S O X . M i c h . . .I.ui. 2S.--Pearl j C o r d o n , '23, who said lu-r h o m e was H I j O i i s s c l m a n , Sotiu'i-st-i. c o u n t y , Pa., w.-i;.- 1 h e l d by iolii-e today aloris w i t h ! H a r o l d S m i t h , 2S. of C r a n d llapins. 1 w h i l e e f f o r t s w e r o m;ide to i d e n t i f y i i l i f ' p a i r a.s l i i l i n p , H t a t i o n robbei-K. | Police Haid i l i c jrirl a d m i t t e d slio ! h e l d a p u n on a f i l l i n g elation nvjn-r ; h e r e w h i l e H i n i t i i r i f l e d - l i j . s nocket;- ! of $25. ! .Smith d e n i e d liie robivery. Duncan is Miirvive/d by his widow, two c h i l d r e n and .several brothers a u d Me resides at J'ialph. presid-ent. of ( l i i J o n e s it Steel C o r p o r n t k n at. a, meeting of the directors t o d a y - He v.-rt:-- also chosen a niftinber i - f the board of directors a n d a memb. r of the executive committee, Crawford has been pre ;ident of the Tennessee Coal, I r o n K.iilroai! Coin- Cecil Robbin.K ] in proved. pany, a H i i h s i i d i a r y of the U n i t e d Cecil RobbiniH, son of Mr. and Mrs.! States Htoel C o r p o r a t i o n , and p r c - v i - ! Harry Ilobhine ot Cochran School, I oiisly was a n o p e r i i t i n s e x e i u t i v e o f ! near Dawwoii, who has been c r i t i c a l l y j tho Carnegie Steel (.'oui| a n y and Na- · i l l w i t h internal homorrhcises for t w o | l l o l l a l Tube C o m p a n y . ivi.'fikis, is «lowly improving and it is - c,pe C , ( ,i ho w i , l ,:, able to be up aw , ^ ^^ ^ TEACHER FILES DIVORCE SUIT aroumi in a «horl. time. Member Blimp Ground Crew. Hoy l^rl, son of Mr. a n d Mrs. Wil- Hara Plrl of H'ill street, who enlisled in tho aviation corps of t h e U n i t e d States A r m y a n d w h o IH sliillonecl at Oatigiey Klold, is a niemlK-r of i h u b l i m p g r o u n d crow at t h a t place, according- to word received here. IN TAXICAB STRIKE ess -In tlve !'.· l . ' n i l i ' v t l ' r --s. 1MTTKHU1KJ. J a n . 2S. - T h e t u x i r a i ) here took on UK aspect of. a lonR'-drawji buttle t o d a y the 17lh d a y - -- w l t b H l r i k i n s driver;-- i - t i l l lirm iu t h e i r d e m a m l w a n d o p e r i l o r s f a p e r m a i H ' l i L i i i j n m r i w : i re.slr t h e drivers from '..·ij.yafun^ in pic' w i t h i n 250 yards of jrarage;; u n d stand;-;. The rcpresent.ativeK ( f t h e Yellow Cab Company wore to i p p c a r before- Jndg,- KeUl in court toi:.y to h a v e tbo p r e l i m i n a r y in.inncUon granted ImU week UKide p e r m a n e n t . It would alto forbid Hit 1 .striken.-! c ^ l l i n j ? f ; t r i k c - b r o u k e r s or ;, r uard.s "na-iios," WAHtitNTITON, Jan. 2V. bitckground of d e b a t e in yesterday rose the picture, burg as the "capital" of a j; ern waterways empire lin MlH«i.ssippi Hyslem w i t h t.iu the Atlantic ocean. For the lh.it time in m a n y Hossious, the propasal for tho im-prov- me-nt tho heatl waters oE the Pot unac it Pitts- ing the Jhio and connect that, slreani in time w i t h the | Ohio through the Voiishioglieiiy, wii.s i I'enewod in the HOUH.; atnl prompted a | .spirited controversy between Us pro- j poneuls and those members who s a w j in it a Kendall to Attend Fuller Ceremony · S p r e i a l i-: Tin. 1 C o u r i e r . ! L ' N I U - N T O W N . J a n . ^ S . - - - M e l 2 n A. i H a r t n i i K , KclHMil t e a c h e r of -11:; South | Pitts-burs w t r e e t . Contiell.-rvillc. Pa., to- j day filed Fiiit. for ill 1 oree aiiain.st, her ' liu.shaiid, L u t h e r H a r l u n g . of 'I'roy. N. V., cliarxinr; i l c x o r t i o n . They were | m a r r i e d A u g u s t , :jl. l!i:.'7, m \Vest : F!ay,ellon and i v h i l i y K!H was t e a e ' u i n ^ ; ;'.. S a n r i e r l o w j i he l-'fi h e r , Use- Hbel: l a i n chnrses. T h a i wa.s K e b r u n r y .U, J-Myth-e ( J l o v e r of I ' l i i o u t o w n l)i-oiif;.l.].t a divorce ;-ction ajraiiiist JCd- Wiird G l o v e r of C i i m h e r l a n d , Md., a l - lej;injr c r u e l (.reiit-inont. They «-trr- m a r r i e d in !!)0~. She wa.s c o m p i f l l c d to w i t h d r a w from Hie honw for he.r own s a f e t y , sin: chai-^e^. The suit -wa;; b r o u g h t b y t h e M b e l l a n t ' K m o t h e r , Mrs. lUwie A. W a l k e r . Mrs. C l o v e r iieing a m i n o r . .Hr.s. S, S. H(;ilil Very 111. Mrs. S. S. S l a h l , widow of Or. Slahl, who with her daughter, Mi.ss B«sio. is K p c n d i i i s tho w i n t e r in St. Petersburg, Kin., ha.s beer very ill for (ho last .six weelw. A c.'tni received by Mr.s. Stahl's broUier, J, C. Newcomer ·of Dawson. from MJSK Stahl Ktat-es t h a t her mother is ftrowiiip weaker and is very feeble. For «oirn ywu.s p:u:t the Stabls have spent the winter at St. Pelershm-K. nrvy T ir r .v Ihe Weather .Rain t o n i g h t ; snow flur ins and colder tomorrow is 'he noo= weather forecast tor Western J ' e u n * .'Lviinia. Temniicntiirc Maximum .......................... 42 iz M i n i m u m ...... ------------ ;iti is Mean ----- . ---------- 39 I'O .. .inprci-usman .Samuel A. K e n d a l l of t h r e a t to the Great l,akeK,-St. 1 M ( y e l . s l ,. l l ( , w i n ho i n a t t e n d a n c e at! waterway project j ^ l:(jl . omolly a t G a i l a t i u Cardcns. Cn- j M e s l c r n ^ P c n n s y l - j i o m o w n , ) U Tiuuvday ..'veiling, .Tanu-! a r y ^0, when Sergeant. S m i t h " l K h " l F u l l e r of L'nionlowii wi 1 be pre«entcl i w i t h t h e iistliiKiiishxl service t-ross. | Sergeant Fuller w i l l be cited for bravery on tlic w e s t e r i f r m i l w h i l o .servitiK with C o m p a n y 1), llUlli HeKi- ineiu. comporse'l m o d t l y of J''ayett( S i m u l t a n e o u s l y , o f i v a j i i a conj;ress-mcn held f u r t h e r con- to ; I'ercnce.H for a more i m m e d i a t e and [ practical endeavor, thai of o b t a i n i n g a p p r o v a l for tho V'onghiogheiiy cati- alixalion program a n i l the; a p p r o p r i a - tion of f u n d s Lo begin the w o r k . The plan lo improve tho Potomac a n d c o n n e c t it w i t h the O h i o was o u t l i n e d by C h a i r m a n Dojnpsey .of tlioj c o u n *. v v-etx'raiis'. H i v o r s and J ( a r b o r s Committee d u r i n g discussion of n bill r e c e n t l y offered by Hoprusnntiit.ive Cva.niton of Michigan to t u r n Hie Potomac valley f r o m .Mount. V e r n o n lo Great Falls i n t o a n a t i o n a l p a r k as a m e m o r i a l to C-eorge Wa.sliiiiirton. Quick lo .souse in ( h e Potomac 1m- CotiUaueit on Paue Seven. An P l a n t Works K\ · u v i a h l e record \ d u r l i i K 1U-!) by tho l i - t h e ( . ' o i i n e l l s v i l l o Ceni p a n y w h i c h worked 3.U days in the. year. Christinas w e r o t h e - l i*y Hay. ·rbcrt plant of j ·al Coke C o m - i out of the no;; j V ;ipidly. Huinlays und j name of u l y days that the wlaiit was uot in r p c r a t i o u , at .M-i'xieo C i f v . A1KXICO ( M T V , Ja.u. v,s.-_Ati S ustii W exiliMl r e v o l u t i o n a r y loader of N i i x i r a g u a . was s c h e d u l e d to arrive here t o d a y f r o m Vera Crux. K a n d i n o J l e w ) r o m hire re.'-mkm-e ;)t Meriila. Y u c . i t a n . to Ver;i C r u x y o s t r r d a y ac- ronipanied by his MO'.-relary, Aii^'itstiii. .\Uirtinex.. S a n d i n o w i l l u t t c n i t h e I n a u g u r a t i o n of Pr«;::'lipiH-JCIc.c( r:it~cunl O r t i x - K u b l o . Kaihvuy Express .Moves A p r i l I. The new q u a r t e r s of t h e R a i l w a y Express Agency In t h e P e n n s y l v a n i a , f r e i g h t siatirm is ex-poele-d l o "be oc- c u p i e d on April 1 it was i n d i c a t e d today. Work on rornod-elinK tin: abode of the ngeuey ;R I t w a s a n n o u n c e d that t h e name of the America a ICxpress Company was changed .sometime !IKO j. o Hallway Kxpreee A

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