Thursday, January 5, 1922

Monessen Daily Independent

Location: Monessen, Pennsylvania

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Monessen Daily Independent, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1922, Monessen, Pennsylvania tonight and Friday. Colder and co'd wave. MONE8SEN DAILY INDEPENDENT VOLUME 20, NO. 177 MONESSEN, PA., THURSDAY EVENING. JANUARY 5th, 1922. TWO CENTS PER COPY Resumption of Mills Announced Council Wrestlds With Finances SEVENTEEN YEAR DENIES HAVING SHOT HUSBAND Jiavt' Uie stamp of sincerity about it. She says that she and her ViusVariu returned home her mother's house in which she housekeeping apartments, about o'clock Sat- urday evening, alter attending a in Belle Vcraon. On the home. Sprocn stopped in a store and i bought some grapes. The girl says th-st on thi-jr it-tarn-home sat down in a i-hair. bsgan to eat sogic of the grapes, then took do-vn stairs for her that she in .'ind not want the fruit, so instea-i .-he gave the crapes her father ;-.r.i two brother? an.'! to Steve Kcrl'.-z. a who together in her kitchen. Mrs. Sproon she then ed to her <.-.vn kitchen nr.i said that mother, wlv had left carne up hvr..... that 5he that the say of a? The ciTJ iTJrc-Tl from JIP m-arflprfsi btxfy stufT-od a seit cane, December 22. EAGLES MIXSTREJ. A'i1 TTvfTObcr.e --.f ACT <if Eack'i who Ja' in at the S-atsdiy at for rrsearwil. Or-1 pan her aV-ut show lum'-rr i-x.' Sfnix "fT it the <k-or a- you yo shoe <-n I HJ- WAS so polity -jr.-ifff.-r-z. When I H--i p he wis r'o-thcs hvt 1 'ii'i han'i 'i4 h-T 'Pa-rtl'.' I 'is d art. Mr knc-w i-ire mill, fart of galvauixjug de-: titmal men have been gsven employ- the fielf) fWuv merit the plant withirifRe -past two w.t'ks. wir partmcnt. and the mill. T'tis will give em- ployment to n large number of m who have been idle tin- pnsl two weeks. The outlook in (.lie steel mar- ket is brighter t'.ian at any time- in the months and it is likely i other nlants are operatmg on a that within the next fc.w weeks other percentage. Piitsbuvjch Steel products plant at A 'Ten port is closed down but the to- tal plant is working as usual which about one-third capacity while all Seriously Injured Game Tomorrow William Ki-rn. aged 47 em- ployed in the Sampson mine across tht river from this city, was admit- ted to the Memorial hospital in Mpn-- ongahcla City yesterday, suffering from a fractured skull and broken back. The injuries were received yesterday when he was caught un- d'2r a fall of slate and dirt, while at .work in the Tho injured, man :s the father of Lcroy Kern, who was kilji-J while serving with the Ameri- can Expeditionary Forces in Franco. door-in her night clothes, just she had cowe down to her mother's kitch- en, and saw her husband lying on the steps. She said she was cold and went back into the house, send- ing one of the men to the .next door neighbor's to summon help. By that time she said, the two men next door and wives had come in. Next, the girl says, she her mo- tiier out her ar.d by that time the wounded man ha'! cftrr'fd in sum- rooneu. "Then I sat down beside his bed and put my hand continued the little giri wife, "and Frank i-aul. 'Oh they've kilied me'.'" Later the ssys. her husband charged her the shooting while Dr. '.vas dressing his wouncis. The -irK-tor asked him huw he knt-w his wife had it. and thut e.l it and '.r ran a witr.es? to her statement tha'. she made when confronted with her husband's re- mnrkab'." charge. that was jeakil his y-.'j'ig a'thoisg'n fie tn r.eighijMr.--. tHa! Sjiroon, who was V.- ;h- I-ittsburjrh Stc-i-l -y. hired a min r: h'- at arid that -f to "in- in- Good Attendance r -'j t b'- K.r.--) h s <'iai-. WeJding Anniversary The Foster House wa.s lhe scene o! much nrcrrimenl lust evening when Mr. ami Mrs. David'P. Hender- son entertained a iiiinibcr of triemts in honor of the twentieth annivers- ary of their marriage. One hundred guests present aim the time Was r-pert in music, (lancing; and cards. Miss Virginia Claylmugh delighte-i the assemblage with sev- eral classic dances. xThe honor gu-jsts were the recipients of many beautiful snd rostly presents. The three sons of Mr. and Mrs. Hender- son, Charles. Pritchurd iin-1 Ncali were present at tiie a'sistcii their parents in tin: guests. At midnight iuyed by all orcsent and late hour when the guests wended their way homeward, after voting the genial host hos'.-.v.i many thanks for the delightful evening wishing them many year? of happiness together. ami receiving a bountc- it was a Arrest Autoists Sla'.? PHI ice yesterday started a against autoists earn with Jlfcil ikcn.-.e F'jur-. tei-n p'.rsonf: trt- arrtsU'd. several from this city and the from Donora an i M Birthday Party an i Mr-. I'. was bust-' -n M y-.-'t'-yJay. ihrf.-jy T'T- V-jr.'- m were placed arrest by "aul Koizhtn'.-r :i of State Pol'.cv for aftcr- at lh" office nl Aldprman J. ths S-jrgh. Th'1 yatd. pji TN pin ,-r! 1'. jr'-fsf.i'. r" v. Tin in M" a-rr.-iinp fir.'t .V-- B'-n.rii, K. Pi-rflo it-ni A. ProWick ra.-rfd. .iNEWSFAPERf NEWSPAPER!

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