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Steubenville Herald-Star (Newspaper) - August 18, 1928, Steubenville, Ohio WEATHER toy Not much change IA OF EASTERN OHIO liV ADVERTISING AMD Home F Lint 6 81. NO. 11? AUGUST 18,19&~8IXTEEN Has Accepts Party's Call Today SON OF KANSAS TO BE HONORED AT CEREMONIES tr Senator S. D. Fess Formally Notify Candidate to INDIANS ARE THERE Tribes Claim Hoover's Running Dance at Celebration Charles colorful e Republican ticket will be Senator S. D. Fess at Topeka have something interesting to vice-president on of nomination The TODAY Time Is the Sinkable Life Spiritual iM HUNT IS STILL IN BEGG Aug. 18 - The imposing state standing in a spacious park of this city in the richly laden farm was the mecca of Republicans Here late in the afternoon Senator Charles son of Topeka and for a third of a century a public servant of this will be formally notified of his by the Republican party for Smiling and Senator tis was about the city early greeting some of the On I all trains and on all roads they party official members of the notification committee -one from each mostly old friends of the Life Of Service For 38 years Senator Curtis has represented Kansas in 1' years In the House and the of the time in the senate where he has ruled for the past three years as the leader of his the majority Now he NEW YORK CITY on Thursday 10.240 Americana spent 5 ts cached ask time is jhe telephone company had fused to answer that decided to answer and charge laborer is worthy his American indifference to Its is a sign of also laziness in some in clocks and watches invited to insert in this news er an advertisement to this ef our watch you don't need to pay el for the SRT HASSELL and Parker Cramer finished in seven hours he first 800 miles of their Journey rom Illinois to flying 110 miles an That will eem a snail's pace to future gen have already beaten the in Its journey around the rth. The moon's trip takes a tie more than 27 Fliers made the trip in 23 the moon around the is one The will be to TIE the sun in its erent journey around the machines flying 1,000 miles gentlemen wanting a pro T* will be able to under the follow to Page Stops Fire finen at Amsterdam Coal Co. Shaft Sandusky Man Pledges Support to Cooper After Recount Jan Lindy Safe tind Radio Report Untrue if the radio reported toil night that Colonel Charlea A. Lindbergh had crashed was it wasn't so. The was deluged with calls from persona ell over the city the newspaper to verify the report thai the had met a The callers Insisted thai the radio reports had Kim The branded on the face of them as day the Associated Press announces that all over the country and as far as Cuba newspaper offices were ashed to verify the rumor the Of it was Lindbergh is in San en business and did not The reports that Lindy is still the single figure to the FORT STEUBEN BRIDGE TRAVEL TODAY New Ohio Gateway Between East and West Open ' Flying Danger Route DEDICATION 29 Officials of Three Committees Tour Span LENGTH OF PARLEY SEE FAVORABLE SIGN Three-Day is Expected to Produce Real Solution STILL IS SECRET IS HOPING British Racer Escapes Death When Machine Catches Fire LOCHER 0., Aug. 18.- as to the outcome of their close race between Senator Cyrus Cloveland and Graham P. Cincinnati for the Democratic short term sena will not be disponed before the first of next Secretary of State Clarence J. Brown indicated the official count would be available at that Hunt Has Margin Although rechecks of tabulations both by the Associated Press and the secretary of state's office on the unofficial showed Hunt ahead in the neck and neck it seemed the contest could not definitely be declared settled to Page Stunt Flier is Saved iby Ray Prom hv reached an average speed of r rum py m B5 mileg gn hour SELFRIDGE Mt. Aug. 18.-(INS) - Hurled from a plane during a barrel Lieut A. W. a reserve pilot of lives today to tell the tale because be recovered from the shock of the unexpected tumble in time to use his Redfield was tossed from the plane at a height of 1,500 The parachute was strapped to his Northern Aug. 18.-(AP)-Captain Malcolm Campbell's blue Bugatti car burst into flames today on tha second lap of the tourist trophy automobile race which started this Campbell succeeded in jumping out of hit flaming car which was The fire started when the petrol tank exploded at the end of the second He was the favorite starter In the the betting odds being five to one against He set a world speed record of 206.95 miles an hour at Daytona on February 19 of this the record being broken who Aug. of which Thursday and Wert ued last were expected Ohio and union officials holding a wage day of As on ment was forthcoming When the sub-committee adjourned last but the very fact of its lengthy has led some observ to believe that an agreement may be previous held since the international body empowered the state organization to make a separate wage agreement have failed the first day's The principal point of has been failure to agree on a con- The new gateway to and from West Virginia and Pennsylvania the Fort Steuben bridge was opened At 6 a. traffic began moving over the the new connecting link between this city and the communities of the two nearest states on the other side of the Ceremonies and inspection Friday afternoon and the opening today precede the dedication and celebration which will mark the formal opening on August 20. Friday afternoon the first auto mobiles and the first commercial truck drove across tho span and over the beautiful new concrete highway that extends from the West Virginia approach to tha west end of Seven carrying officials of the bridge officials of and day's Cove and civic loaders of tha three and the truck cement of the At 8 p. m. the first BRING ACTION FOR PROPERTY AT YORKVILLE Alleged Communistic Groups are Targets of Union Chiefs SEEK INJUNCTION i Committee Caused Charter Alleged p. m across from the their Diana in which thiy The encroachments of in the ranks of union miners in Eastern Ohio were assailed in a suit filed today by officers of the district and of the United Mine Workers of seeking to deny tho committee and use of and to restore the charter to the local at The the committee and tho Relief committee are named as sponsors ot tha defendants in the several of them being men long prominent In and the district OOit mining They include Jack Thomas William Frank A. R. George J. B. Albert John Tony Sam and Frank They are former members of local union No. 971 at whoso charter recently revoked because of conn within tha ranks of Tho suit was brought by Lea for Or HIT MARINE POLICY Aug. 19-Prep-stlons were being made today seal up the mine ot the Amsterdam Coal company which fire last Sunday and which since been spreading to other of the The decision abandon attempts fo quench fire with was made It evening after firemen refused enter the mine again one of the roof fell la and Pother sections threatened to tall The work of sealing the main stry is in charge of Andrew Frank state mine John who was charge of the work has As much ot the mining it possible to reach removed from the mine All the fire sUo The men in charge ot the work stated today that believed that it would be necessary to keep the mine sealed for the usual SO and a few would suttee to smother tbe More than ISO wen are affected by the dosing of the Aug. 18-(AP)-~The policy of the United States in Nicaragua today was again assailed by Professor Charles W. University of at a round table session of the institute of Straton Insisting On Rules of Dueling Code GREENWOOD N. 1 Aug. 18.- o but were barred by unfavorable weather from continuing their flight Runaway Boxcars Hit Three Unhurt Three escaped without Injury at 7:16 p. Friday when Jumped from a machine a few before it was struck by a string of Wheeling A Laka Erie Carl and two were about to cross the railroad tracks at Slack when four box broke away and proceeded over tha at tha crossing as Without stopping the 1'aden and the passengers leaped from the car to it was by tbe railroad ears and was damaged the slow speed at which the ears were traveling saving it from belna completely Foiter Stopped to Rear About It One Two Hurt Br Escaping Robbers pOSTER PARSONS was nervous whon ho In city jail this There was just cause and ho have been worse than loaded with as police lately dubbed was walking along the Mingo Boulevard last He to his right to discover that he had taken a very large He stepped from the boulevard to the Pennsylvania road 60 feet were summoned and after discovering that he waa uninjured took him to city Parsons was a bit when In police court this and Mayor Conley discharged of district lo ot of John Johi W. ahd Robert and of tha district Oct Temporary Thay wera granted a temporary Injunction against the today using the former union at by Judge J. 8. The suit Is for injunction to quiet title of real to Page ON PEACE TRIP Nations to Sign Treaty Renouncing War in August 27 PARRY Aug. man was killed and two others injured today hen residents of near attempted to three robbers who had just escaped from a Canadian Pacific train enroute from Parry Bound after they had looted a mall A farmer named was killed when he waa shot through tha neck by the wera One of the was captured and 11,500 was found on Tha Engineer Killed as Train Strikes Switch Aug. 18.- engineer killed and more than 100 passengers were slightly up morning when a limited Burlington railroad from Minneapolis to Kellogg waa oa the high pound for where tha for tha of war In tbe formulation of which ha took a leading to be signed on August 87. Accompanied by Mrs. Kellogg and three state department the cabinet officer called front Nev York late last night on tha French steamship Isle Among fellow passengers W. L. Mackenzie premier of Two I who will sign the treaty on behalf of his I hava to Mr. Kellogg been I am delighted to be on my way on ocean to summate this most Important service of nation to ran nearly on a side The angina and two mall want through of a machine shop and at Grand Tha man Engineer C. W. who Accommodating Trio Hold Up Toledo Stow Avgi Three held up tha mond garment hare early today and escaped with 12.100 ploughed through an open tying up 81, proprietor of the and Sol 29, an Neither man Two of the armed with proved to be ing at tha request of about 140 in and In tha cash drawer and also leaving watch which had baas i ' txm lit wrist by ol tha Herbert Hoover Returns To Scene of Her School Greets Grey - Haired ' ' ' ' la II Aug. forty years ago a little girl named Lou Henry arrived the village of oa a stage from accompanied by ber father and one hotel in the village crowded took the family into their home until thay could And other Yesterday Lou Henry returned to as Herbert wife ot Republican nominee and arrived in a large automobile escorted by police an path for tha ear along the paved Mrs. Hoover came back to receive of Doctor of Literature from collage which she attended la tbe days small school sponsored by tbe Friends tha lobby of large hotel where her of former ware tha Irst met were a white-haired usn with a tod Mr. sad exclaimed remember you provided tbe first bad I slept la that she remembered beamed the old couple Hoover moved oo to other old time who the ear wa Mas la With tbe German will O. % 9*>W lha * tif wm w
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