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Bradford Star-Record (Newspaper) - August 30, 1922, Bradford, Pennsylvania r LAST EDITION VOL. NO. 149. AUGUST 30, 1922 frank His Wife and Who Lived with Family Murdered in their I r Home at O F Fiend Used Iron Bar for Weapon to 0., death with 30. WOMEN TO PLAY LEADING PARTS IN CLINE TRIAL 4 Cline and Alice a be Principal Witnesses i Case GOV. SPROUL YEARS SEARCH Beaten to witn an * 07 f New Aug. 30.-The fate of iron 4 rank 27/George a. who is m at llis 26, and N. charged with the murder of John an Were cause of attention to Mrs. murdered early today in ln hands JBurns The is Mrs. who had been separated from her had been living with the Burns About 2 o'clock this Mrs. Kola arrived home with a Luther As she entered the door she was struck The assailant then struck Armstrong i glancing cutting open His Ho ran from pie the house was a and Mrs. Burns were lying on the floor of their bedroom with their hearts crushed a Mrs. Nola was lying on in the The slayer had struck each a number of times and then Aug. 30.--Two a old fashioned will of a man taken thirty-two years and the other a mere mental picture of a baby the only clues that could identify to each other today two men whose mutual search had lasted nineteen In the lobby of d hotel the two men one fortifying his memory with glances at the yellowing picture in his the other striving to according to all indications call the features that were pictured j The machine-made Mrs. the says she will picture proved but the stick to her husband to the bitter phantom was Mrs. May widow of the dead | Bernard Leveque reached forward actor has offered to testify for and his whom he had STATE TROOPS Believes Danger Has Passed at Coal Pour New Instructors in High School and Six in of Students Increased in High School and Portion of 30. National In the Miss Alice 19-year-old movie may prove the star for it was her revelations to Cline that led to the In addition there is a disposition on seen for twenty-eight His with the old photograph In his failed to recognize his The death of wife forced him to put his two sons in an the part of counsel for the defense in N. as many women on the jury as years The older a of but i COMMISSION DEADLOCKED Can't Agree on Germany's Latest France Balks at Long Term Moratorium Aug. 30.-The deliberations over Germany's request for an Prosecuting of Bergen N. will set up the that the in the home at Edge water on Saturday night was premeditated and done in While Miss Thornton's story indicated that shooting may have been planned as early as the real secret of how the slaying occurred in held in the bullet scarred door of the Cline attorney hopes to show by the bullet's course that the shooting was done in self fit of I caused me to tell Mr. said Miss to whom Bergin had been paying marked attention prior to his She evening early in Charley Mrs. Cline's who lived with the asked me to Fort Lee to a We went to a place in Palisade Mrs. les and While Mr. Cline and I were dancing he asked me how Jack and I were getting told Mr. Cline I did not care for Jack He immediately began to sing Jack's told me how much he thought of what he had done for him and unes Will Recall Soldiers Aug. mately 350 of the on duty ous coal region in the southwestern part of Pennsylvania since July 21, will be palled back to their homes according to an announcement made by Gov. The units are those of the 104th Cavalry and the troops that will be recalled are stationed and a machine gun at The headquarters outfit in the field will be as will the service troops of the that will be kept in the probably for another will 104th. machine I New York final stage A is ex- ion met this to consider Germany's Telegraphed fe at midnight to Herr the German economic expert in Before the meeting convened mem of the reparations appeared to be deeply over the possibility of reconciling the views of the ailed positions of the various powers aw as short to grant a snort indemnity moratorium reached their I what he would do for him in the that made me Miss Thornton said that she then told Every for nineteen whenever his work in New York him he spent for his and one wagon led to His sides part of the headquarters father had been all the while conferences today with Maj. ducting a similar An William G. Adj. Gen. today brought word to Frank D. Beary and Maj. Lynn G. boy's room that a stranger was Adams of the state said the Ing to see J have decided to call The stranger was his Both back a the guard now in the will now live at the boy's home in j bituminous coal I have received from Lieut. Col. Samuel W. of the 109th indicate that conditions in the bituminous section are such that these troops can be called in and that next week we can probably call in have been requests the last day or two for the retention of troops and for additional but I am very well satisfied that the state police can handle the have also been requests within the past few days for troops from which reported the presence nearby of of 1 ble groups of men which caused apprehension in the several instances the troops found there was justification for the The Governor said that Superintendent James F- of the Bradford public has made his assignment of teachers for the school year 1922-23, which opens on September 5. The list of teachers for this year includes four new instructors in the high school and six in the owing to the resignation of some and an increase of the teaching staff on account of the increased number of tive high school assignments by the superintendent have just been made and the official list of teachers and other assignments High George IS. Miss Dorothy Ivan DeWitt commercial T 1 Miss Harriet Miss Frieda Miss Helen LITTLE CHANCE OF SAVING THE ENTOMBED MEN s Opponent Leads in Southern Part of State but Progressive Candidate WiU Have 70,000 i sub- MANY ATTEND PLAYGROUND EXHIBITION Closing Exercises Held Melvin and Carl Lots Under Direction of Supervisor Although the weather was disagreeable and damp yesterday Will Take Two Weeks to Tunnel Through Have Been Sixty Hours Without Water or Food Aug. slightest hope entertained yesterday for the rescue of 45 entombed miners In the Argonaut mine Is waning today following reports of additional explosions in the lower levels of the mine A gang of 4 men brought the newa of the latest explosions from their position at the 2,700 foot level where they remained for more than five dynamiting the walls of the j shaft In the hope that in this way they could check the fire -I A of the probable victims of the disaster disclosed today that C. A. commercial and not forty-eight are Mary somewhere in the Anna commercial Although admittedly was less i one chance in a million that the UHie men will ever the attack on Eleanor the 21 fook wall separating the English and mine from the Argonaut is being continued with new history and senting the fittest minere in this The men are working in shifts j of four in each enormity of their task can be appreciated by the fact that engineers agree the work they have undertaken ordinarily should require at least two weeks and maybe more to The scene of their labors ia at the 3,600 foot level of the Kennedy 38 feet below the 4,200 foot level of the Argonaut Fire fighting efforts have been progressing and today there is a noticeable in the force of the directly resultant from the of portions of the shaft and ' the playing of 5,000 gallon Battle Over 12 Miles San Aug. 30.-United States Senator Hiram Johnson today emerged victor in one of the hottest political lights of his has renominated the ' fighting although Charles j his opponent for the has not conceded Returns gathered from all over the state early today left no doubt as to the Complete returns will be necessary to definitely tlx the Johnson but it will run close to 70,000, Ms I managers Moore carried Southern according to the latest and carried the city and county of Los Angeles by at least 8,000. Johnson was able to cut down his lead in other Southern California countless with the result that Moore probably Mrs. Mish Miss Miss Miss Mrs on page 2.) TURKISH TROOPS ARE ADVANCING AGAINST GREEKS FAIL TO REACH AN AGREEMENT TO END STRIKE Head of Anthracite Association and President of Miners Union Hold Conference but Come to No Decision Aug. 30.-"The anthracite coal strike is not but while there's life there's said S. D. head of the water on the | operators association to Inter- in HeaW LOSSeS tO Miners are being sent down the national News Service 1 A TJoa Shaft in crews of each crew ing a series of conferences with GreeK WHICH UaS canaries to aid them in tors and officials of the United Mine Evacuated of The little Workers which lasted into the small Aug. 30,-Turkish ganza and outside of at there were in attendance at j Somerset and may think he is a the final exhibition of the Cambria as well as the but he is him kissing I saw children held under the direction of headquarters unit at j Supervisor George at the I told him of an Incident I j Richard Carl had witnessed in his own home a I month He took it very calmly that I wondered whether he believed me. Looking back It seems that Mr. Cline have begun his investigation right term moratorium on condition that the the Ruhr Basin and her forests wearily of to a long term moratorium witn a The program opened with the singing of Star Spangled by all the children being lined up with their American flags on the west The band I The children showed the Counsel for Cline believes that results of their lessons in bullet course will show that the two Americanization hy giving the oath of men were either crouched in a I allegiance to the after which they Ing position or were actually participated in the flag After this gling when the shot was Cline the girls of the Pleasant street would probably are 3
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