The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 7, 1930 · Page 11
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March 7, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

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Pages 11 to 20 Second Part VO1, 28, NO, 100. CONNELLSV1LLE, PA., FRIDAY Ir r ENlNG, MARCH 7, 1930. TWENTY PAGES Rioting, Bloodshed, 'Hundreds of Arrests Red Thursday Summary York HxperiiMitTs One The Vor1 Outbreaks hi IK History. of Pittsburgh Lass Queen At Swec-t Briar College PHILADELPHIA WORKER SLAIN except ( luc.iRii The*»- t w o i i l i e f i o m a n d One San K r a u r l M o Hail [K'.ut'tiil deniou- it, bombs against a | tront. ot the While into I A Uriel s n v e v ol tlif diflTn ullie* in I ho United -ilate 1 * tho«n rhil.uUlpln.i One lalkd Nes\ Y o i U - t(H injured, 1 '· arrested D e t r o i t -- I ' - i ui]ured. -·'! J nested Root on -- t i g h t arrested Piltsburg Tvio injured nci ioutl Milv.uuke---17 .itiwtcd. tom in-, j u r r d , three hour not. j Washington--l:? arrested, a f t e r p o - j l u c us«i te-ai B denionstr.itK'ti in House. The dctnoiiet ration*! Canada. A» Winnipeg police and unemployed crashed in, a brief battle. M a n y were injured but none was considered in A beuous condition. Montreal reported a minor dttiirbaiup. A survey of tho "Red Thursda" through tho ihorld showed: WASHINGTON', March 7 --Thirteen nerbons awaited arraignment today on various charges after two demonstrations In fron ot the White House which were quelled by police using tear gas "bombs and Mackjacke. President Hoover's office iu tho State Department Building overlooked the riot scene The- demonstrations were- led by 100 persons, many ot whom appeared to bo quite young, PHII*ArKL/PHIA, March 7---A number of persons wor utidw arrest today after, a clash, between strikers and, strike-brcdkfcrs of the H. C. Aberlo Hosiery Mills, in "which Carl Clagley was killed. Three- other persons. TVOTO injuied severely. Automobiles cotilataing strikers and unemployed pursued several mo- ·or cars containing- strike-breakers *nd at aa iuter«ectton la Koosevelt ioad. A clash developed. Bricks and BtotiPS -were tosed and shots weie tired. Ciagley was shot to death. .MONTREAL, Quo., March 7.---Two Communists wore to bo arraigned to- dav after a demonstration in. which, a acoro were, injured slightly. BOSTON, March 7.--Jacksoa "Wales, Commutilst socro'ary, and, seven com- '·pdiuoaa -waited arraignment today af- er i Communist demoustratiou. in *-hlch BjOOO peron participated. DETROIT, Mich., Marcli 7.--Thir- t e e n peraun.-. weu- injured ia tho ,'otr,mun!8t-uneniikymout demonslra- tton horo and -3 poisons, including Mrs. Bf-tsy Uravi B Hoyneau, a New ^'ork bocioty woman, A*cro arrested. Ml»s EUza Ruth Htutson. a T1tt»- burgh, Pa., girl, has been elected .Queen of tho May at Sweet Briar iColi«!ge at Lynchburg, Virginia. iThe annual fealival ctarts May 4. When the riot, uarkod by charging horses, flying bri ks, u-winging' clubs and screaming wcuien was over, 100 persons had been Injured and 13 arrests had been rai do The arrested leaders were William Z foster, IsraeJ Ainter, Robert Minor, Morria Stakin and Jos.oph I^ester. They were chffirgod with foat«ring unlawful assembly. LONDON, March 7. -- IjOtidon's wave ot Communism s-w^pt against a wall of Knglteh bobbie- yc«terday and broke. Heads wore smashed, mon. and women -were trampled upon, police ·were battered, and the net result was complete failure or the part of 5,000 demonstrators to ; et to the lord mayor's house, wh.i'h w u s their objective. In many respect', this "was the worst clash between. th« police and discontented elernejiUj since the gon- oriil strike of May, L9a6. Police permitted open d-etmnctiitloaaot "capitalist governnjents" by su 'h veteran agitators as Tom Mann atil Jnt-k Gallagher. A riot that took four and a half hours beforo it was quelled wari started when police refused to permit a parade. ATtiANTA, Ga., March 7. -- Uneri.- ploymont demonstrations in the South yesterday were- miiet WINNIPEG, Muu., March 7 --No one uas reported sorunisly injured today at'tor the clash botweon 10 polk-o and ·WO Communist. Demonstrations be- h i n d tho city hall Tho unemployed Communists had attempted to parade hut police activity pi evented. Scores wore beaten. VTI-IAVAUKEiE, M a u n 7 -- l-'orl- «oven persons wer» to bo arraigned today aftor police with machine guns and night sticks stopped ;i three-hour demonstration of unemployed. Fom persons woro taken to hospitals and others wero brulse-d March 7 - F i v e pohc« w«re injured and i!0 demonstrators arrosrted aftor a ComnmuUl demo.ii- strutlon at Gabion, c e n t u r oC the gla industry. trcrmai v , March 7 --One an unemployni-tMit demonstration X1TTAC, Gorman. M a n h 7--Thror pol)( * won* Hijureil seiiously in an l d e m o n s t r a t i o n . , Man'li 7.- Disorders growing out p£ Bp-rltn's Communist demonstration yesterday k pt tho capital in an uproar throughout tho day and far Into last night, roMil'lnf? hi tho killing of one man and he wounding of three others. long after dark p lice patrolled sections of the citv n trucks and armor-od carss, ecjuipp- d with searchlights, to disperse pp-r ibtent Rroupa of agitato) s. Sporadic revolver .shots uer® heard The Communists deilod police orders against opon-alr moit- Jugs. PARIS, Marcli 1 7 -- ' iltd Tliutsdtiy" oudi'd poacerutlj, will only minor rlahht'H during the daj between combined military and pol ico. forces and groups, o£ Communists Several demonstrators were injured In a section of tho Paris slumb, and otbprs wero beaten with police clubs ne.ir the Basilic Iron Bridge U A M B l RG. c i e r a u i n Mun.h 7 Koui pol (. weio I n j u r e d a n d .seven fe arrested ui a Communist dtin N K l M t L\\S i'KR CM i m a n j . M d . c h 1' i) LI- and uotei'n e\c lutnged I n o t i \ o K O i H f w f i o miuit'd. f K i l l i (1 by police Ui a riot NEW Y O R K Ma/.-h we-ro iiill ptisit'd t o i l i \ at tho h«tne:«i of pro uuw'iit t l t t r e n ^ und a t o u u d lub lie bill ill in? ·» and it liati aaain-.t t u i t h c ' i Comm'1'ii-.l stir* x * HUM- 1111:^ ««·% put into etU'ct aM ;i i ^ s u ^ ol one ot Hit worst 'iot-i in Uie i i t j ' ' hi'-toi i- Unit) i Square- M'«-no -i ;i tivolj u r t l t M i v d n n n i - l r i t i o u yl" o.O(if) '' r n i H u n ' - t r w !· ) t u n n e d a | J H K ' C U - »t ,1 t ONV ii ol p ' i n a p - «"ii; DDO l i i n o i t , w.t-i !u !"· n i n u i t f 1 ' - | a to parade U i l hall. 1 HJOX BRIDGK, M a t c h 7 -- Ira Ciosby, who lei employ* d it Xewton Falls, Ohio, is spending t h o week hero with hte family Mr«. Laura Fox ot M uat Ploatiaut was hero Tuesday a n ! Wednesday w i t h her daughter, Mis EH Crosby. Preaching service \ v n l bo held at tho Iron Bridge School next Sunday I Afternoon after Sunday school Tho ' publii- ia Invited to a l i e n I i M r h Frank flprg of t ' l t t f i b u r g w a e j bpre Saturday vldlting h« sister, Mrs Ben Pearson am! her pan n t h , Mr and M i w ,fauic, M u l l of Woo dale ' Mr. and Mrs.. K r n e s t i''a«»n baker t were ConnDllteVille hhopt ^ one day i t h i s week. TTotner Davih ;f EverjvOi. was a bub- In-e.is \ i b l t o r h«re on 'I ue«lay Mrs Ivrt Stotier of Sci t t d u l o heM \\ediie6rtay w i t h her "arent and Mi-. Eli il. t rc«by SuniucM Faitli went to Cl 'Velund, O., Monday where he expects to upend S.\eial v\telw -Altli h:i-. u u i !«-, K m m e t t Ada ins Air juid Mrs R i c h a r d luck'-! and daughter, ljrotliy, of Srol tlalo wero recent (.alk'rs here w i t h Mi and U l i s AltK'1 1 Truxi.l. J(. Mr and Mi--'. 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