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   Daily News Standard (Newspaper) - January 23, 1914, Uniontown, Pennsylvania                               RAIN AND WARMER TONIGHT. SATURDAY RAIN OR SNOW AND COLDER. SECOND EDITION O'CLOCK, VOL. 26. NO. 32 UNIONTOWN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1914, One Cent Mayer of Boston (United Press. Indiana .Imu will bo no sympathetic walkout of United Mine Yvorkers on account of the Col- orado strike.. The miners' conveu- I lion here adopted a resolution not to i abrogate contracts in unionized dis- trict.s when a strike is on in any district. Head New Interstate TRAIN NO 7 ON MICHIGAN CEN TRAL RAILROAD HELD UP -ATI THIS MORNING NEARJACK- SON, MICH, MAKE OFF WITH IN CASH AND SEVERAL THOUSAND DOL- LARS" WORTH OF JEWELRY- ROBBERS UNMASKED. (United Jackson, Mich-. Jaa. Train N'o. 7 on the Michigan and Central rail- the Detroit-Chicago was held up by four bandits at. 1: c'ckK-k this illuming. near this cily. the passengers were robbed of SHOO in cash and several thousand rJoJ-. worth of jewelry. The1 in en made i. heir escape safety and are now ai large. The bandits hoanh-d HP- train at eieh'. of this an '.1 proceeded u> aPuHuian car. When th.e conductor .came through am! t'nr tlirir UcKeis he was ordered to Throw njj -itis he nackptl, at the point of a revolver, cue end of Lite car ami tied to r. i icr. The. two inr-rn wero covered tr- j one ol" the bandits "while the others the work oi' arousing the REVERE PLANT OF THE W, J, RAINEY COMPANY SCENE OF AN INTERESTING MINING MA- NEUVER TODAY. Scene of Tragedy UNDER SUPERVISION OF THE BUREAU OF MINES DEPART- (United en of the Columbia .hotel at this place was the scene of a double tragedy.to- day Y-.'hon. Thomas aged 34, OPERATORS, MIN- i shot and killed his wife, Esther, aged ERS AND EXPERTS PRESENT. Photo by American Press Association. JAMES M. CUKLEY. "Conic through with your money. and be quick about it" was the sharp 3G> and then turned the revolver ou __ ___ inflicting a fatal wound. The husband and wife died, almost instant- By Logan D. Boyd, iy Vv-erc employed at the .At a part .of the effort to There were no eye-witnesses to Iks death toil in the of the Uni-'ihe affair, ted Stains, niiray mine ex- erts and miners gathered this morn- ing at ihe Revere plant of the W, J, Ilainey Company for tiio practical demonstration of mine rescue and first aid work held under the super- vision of E. StciOlc and G. W. Riggs of the mine rescue car which has Tie or. located here for the pa si. two day from Ilamsburg, where the com- we'-ks. U. S. Engineer J. W. Paul, of mission of which he ;s a member, me' T. J. Mitchell, of the Coke Company, which is situated at HelHer. Pike county, Kentucky, has awarded the designing and detailing of a new ton capacity ccal bin j to S. S. Gold and James L. Haxen, of i "Uniontown. Tins bin, when complet- ed, will be one of the most modern of I its kind in use in' the Kentucky fields, in which Mr. Mitchell hay large inter- ests in valuable coking ccal holdings. Caid'vell, Ohio, -Tan, Idtch-j The framework of the bin will "be entirely of steel and has been esti- mated to weigh about 22C.OOO pounds, or over 110 tons. It w the storage capacity of about three times, v.-hidi will be great value in case of accident or-j break clown. Center to center of end) columns is 53 feet while the width is j 30 feet, and the depth of the bin prop- or is 30 feet. One advantage of its I construction Is that there is no inside :i increase the plant Ju k. fit, bracing to interfere with the flow of coal, as the column construction is of a girder type and are made heavy j I enough to resist the great bending iovemcnt exerted by coal on its'nat- Judse -I. C. Work arrived home Fri- aifc f e girder columns are of plate ana MEMBERS OF LOCAL LODGE SING, DANCE AND AMUSE IN TRUE MINSTREL STYLE .FOR SAKE OF CHARITY. r: ,Z PROGRAM FULL OF NOVEL AND ENTERTAINING FEATURES'-- MISS LAING WiNS GREAT FAV- OR WITH HER READING. 1312, by American Press Association. JOSEPH E. DA VIES. By L M. Jones. The local order of Elks No. 370 put its hest foot forward yesterday and gave one of the best entertainments of its career. For charity sake tha members of the lodge, sang, danced and cavorted around in true ethiopiaa style for the amusement of two crowd- ed houses, afternoon and evening at the West End theatre. There construction and weigh nearly[ The interstate trade cotarnissionbill so.pretty ballads sung by splendid rtin.isna.tid C. G looser, oi.' i J V 51VOU IA.1 V V in. j the''first passenger routed by (he hold-up artists. Glosser came across with Ray Hall and Howard j Brady were the next victims. Kali con ivibuting a to the cause, CVady The eiuruiK'O of :i Tulinum (United Press.) Mexico. Jan. John Lind, has iinen in eonrorencf: witii Jesus Magon, sup- posed to representing General Huer- a. has become suspicious of the sin- y of flagon and has den: that he obtain o'fii'.-ial credentials be- fore proceeding with the parley. Brownsville, and many ;nine" men rep- resenting practically all of the large independent.companies in this field. The tv.-o learns represented at this wore from Tower Kill Conneli.sviHe Coke, and the Con- H. Smart, E. C. Clarence S. Flenni- aiid earnestly in results as shown- ted praise and to convey the coal from in e j bers of the same political party." The congratulations fora, great 'artistic nfillsville Consolidated Coal and Coke on hand, with no word of any land j a conveyer j bureau of corporations will cease to success and a bountiful financial one. Rescue maneuvers and first aifl work from ihe absent members. to j cnst as such with the passage of the In their efforts for success enters tor tne first process in its j. act. i mittee were uided by the.i governor and only two members were! on Page Six.) CLINGS TO SIDE OF TRA1M front another cur interrupted i 'Yi -I baudits in their work. 1 "'.Get back iiuo that shouted j ci.lv' one of .the.desperadoes, "and be ncd quick about Tho porter beat a hasty retreat covered by a revolver. Not ;i sljot was tired wliiir- tUe pas- j :is -SUs Kougers- were being robbed- Two i :OI) women'; fainted wiien revolvers wore turned in their direction. 30 Use -According to advices the plan thai :vgou purported to bring frou: Hu- irtcliuied. Hucrta's resignation the proviso that he be allowed the field against the rebels: of Francisco De LaBarra to Jlui-rta, and the stipn- that Muoria be jiilowed to be n On this commission with Judge xToriv are Senator David Hunter, Pittsburgh: Lewis S. Sadler, Car- lisle; Dr. Wallace E. Hunter, Erie; Francis J. Kail, Harrisburg: A. L. Reiciienbach, AUentovcn. -They organ- ised by electing Sir. Sadler, chair- and -air. Hall, secretary and of president Has Pcnious Ride. Frozen and Nervous Wreck. Johnstown. Pa., Jan. with yiselilcc grip to the side of a: treasurer. fast passenger train with the tempera-; Senator Hunter, the. author of the 'rare not far above zero and snow; bill creating tlic commission, told driven into his face, L. Franke, aged i what he had in mind, and the gover- twenty-one. of South Fork rode seven I gave his views as to the. practical miles. Both his hands, ears and face part and the procedure to follow, were frozen. 'Dr.. Hunter, of .the members, is Franke had been in Portage and; an expert on insanity aud trustee of The the presumed a jnitoinobilc cur- ried the us en away. iSTonc of .the bandits wore masked. TODAY'S ot' hi danger. HAGAN'S TAXI CO. -5c. i on the adjoining track, tearing hi? i overcroat as it swept past and almost pulling him beneath the wheels. For seven miles lYarike clung to the side j of the fast train and when he reached Souf.ii Fork he. was a nervous wreck. crushing treatment. From there it is conveyed to a "hammer crusher it is pulverized and ready for use for the ovens. The coal is conveyed by a conveyer from the 'hammer crusher to the bin .where it will be equally distributed through the bin by a spiral conveyer. The plant con- sists of 150 ovens of the MitcheH> type. _. '_ Other StegcJ Creditors Were to Be Taken Care of First. New York, Jan. Siege I corroborated his bank partner. Frank E.-Voge'i, T.viien-he svrdre that it was the cdni- hearty eo- their intention tfeat-t -tfie operation of the caste and. the mem- bers of the lodge and the performance went off without a, to the intense delight of the audience. There i were many jokes, all clean ones, and I new, and while some well known local people were brought into ,the argit- between the interlocutor and the end men, the points were all void of anything that. might give offense but served the purpose for whlcti they were intended, fun and hilarity. The opening scene, which has al- ways been a special feature of _ _ T -r, T I Elks' shows, showed the original Washington, D. C Jan. 23.-Rural fe Credits may be scratcned off tne leg- credl islative program for the present ses- sion of Congress. By Nabcrs Bros- New York, Jan. 2.1 With i large volume of trading the', market held strong around yesterday's} lows but did not seem 3bie to advance.' There was no one stock that could; be said to feature. i Canadian was the weakest of the j rails, losing two points, on transactions. Sale's at 1 p. m., money 2-1-4 ?irc per cent- Sales, shares. in Auto Accident taken oat of their private and lent to be p: Such was the announcement todaj i no itors o With the nt tliat no at the police -sta- i THE MARKET AT P. Copper. Smelters S. Pac.. U. Pac.. StI. pfd. corn. 1112 66 T "i Ycs- Low'jCIosclCiosc 6 9 tion and that newspapermen arc not barred out but included at. all hear- j ings, 'logcthcf with the officers and Burgess II. D. Warnjau i took exceptions- to a. recent article I T. Irvin AJiuuin, proprietor of the Ail man hoi'ol, is in the Unlontowu hosintal with two fractured ribs as re-sull of an auLoniobile accident Thursday nighi. v.-hen Mr. Aitman and W. H. Wilfecy coming tlowii. the The latter was driving the car and in descending the hill hear the Turkeys' Nest the car began, to Fearing serious trouble Mr. (.he machine pole, receiv- The car was Speaking of it as "our and [disposition of appropriation.- bills, and j tne desire to eftact _a eany adjoura reason why this -should not be the rural oe allowed to go. th-at brought tite applause -when the j curtain arose. In front of the foot- j lights, a splendid orchestra, under tiia able leadership of Prof. W. P. Chain- ed the singers and chorus in. numbers, "Bill" Smart i was the interlocutor and a better one nevcr racejd aa mks Mr_ jn exceileat TOic8 and tlae no case. The merchandise creditors and bank _ men the rural creous scheme might all the better for his clear over. I enunciation.. Buckley, stated, that; he' would con- j only corporations to look with the President next week some j e the bank depositors have the jtime regarding rural credits, before j _ __ I jumped from and struck n telepnois ing injuries to his Holds First Meeting Unioiitpwn'.s now board'of health not damnged. The patient" was brought-, to the. Uniontov.'a hospital and atleudecl Parshail. Altnian and printed in a local paper which assert- j met Thursday night at the home of cd that a "private hearing" was con-i Miss Frances Howell, on Beeson ave-' ducted. Lchigh St. aPul Atchison 99% N. Y. C. I Cnn Pac Pcnrra.. Erie.... i 32% 31 31 N. Pac.. N. Haven! 76 76 j 76 Pgh. Coalj Pg C cbmj 21 21 i 21% A. N. C. High Low Close Close May ...93 93% 92% 93% 92% (Qontlnued on Six.) Card of .Thanks. We to thank tlic noiglibdrs i i j i T% T, f'onrian iownybip and ii'izn the The only which arc nue and elected I R Altman friendsSv lo were so knui. on a secret order is in the waiter present, und Niciiolas Rosenberg j athetic flllrin ct some girl or boy who is brought j secretary. Tuc otncr officers will be! t r. j- before the court on'first offense. -'jchosen at a meeting to be held next! Y Burgess Wsrma'o.also declared that j Tuesday night at Miss Howeli's. Anj J" some members of tho council have been too active in polico court. "If f overreach my authority, let them' bring charges against were the i personal resources of the partners sup- plemented by 36.000 shares of the" com- mon, stock of the Siegel -stores cor- ppratipri. Mr. Siegel was emphatic in j a declaration that the stock 'of the store's corporations just tottay as it ever .i So-far as Mr. Siegel personally was eoneernsd he said that he was vrdrth clear in 1902 arid today, he has little move than in'basic? and some. odd3 and ends of bank and trust, company -stock worth in the neighborhood' of perhaps. final decision en the. matter had. <5Gala Day in Zuzu Land" was the (Continued on Page Six.) Seat Sale Opens this .at the Grand for Lyruan H. Howe's production of "Panaraa Tuesday, January 27. Prices lioc, Soc, 50c. (United Press.) New York, Jan.. "Dopey Benny" Fein, convicted gangster, was allowed to appear for sentence today before Judge Malone, the Criminal Courts building was thrown into con- fusion by tlie appearance of a score of detectives, who went into the cor- ridors and halls, rounded up the num- i.erous sympathizers loitering in the words tlie burgess .quoted. "If aj councilman tells (a citizen he can do i KO and so and then the police bring the man into court I'll fine him, no I difference what the councilman told him." J. G. Hibbs was fined for selling candy by a chance board Thursday morning in police court. The mer- chant had previously posted a for- fpit. of for his appearance. The matter was' adjusted before the reg- I goodness to us in inc. dark ;hours i sorrow will never bn forgotten. desire also to ttia.uk Uioso who .sotit i The Children. building streets. and drove them out into the Judge Malone refused to en- ;'ofi willlrQld Juage iviaione retus at" ter Ulc court room until thc otit TO-HMO-T'-x< v0_ was so cleared, The jransrst (United Press.) D. A. R. Chapter. Jan. 23. A meet: ing was held last night to organize a ular session O'clock. of court, opened at 9 New York, Jan. Because of the of Daughters of the rapid growth in the parcel post busi- 1 ness here 12.2GO square feet of addi-l i tionnl lloor space in the Grand Cen-i tral. terminal has been contracted for.; The necessity for greater mail facili- ties made the increase in accommo- dations necessary. persons were present. Sale of Seats Now on at tlie Grand for. Lymau H. Howe's reproduction of "Panama Tuesday, January, 27. your seats early. strast, Saturday, January 24, be-! .v ciaaiug at i o'clock. 121 US in. an. attitude of sullen defiance but were unceremoniously hustled down See the wonderful living elevators or down the stairs and at the Parish Hctiss Saturday even- ing, January 24, ?.t S o'dbcfc. Admis- sion cents. Children 25 cents. Tickets on suic at Laiug's confection cry. out through the doors by the detec- tives, who lost, no time in ejecting them! Alleged Leaders of Auto Thieves Caught (United New York, Jan. the ar- rest of three, men here, today Inspector Fattrot said he believed he had caught tho leaders the gang of automobite (thieves have stolen cars in tlie past fevr years, aggregating in value over The gang has beaa operating in all .of the .large eastern, cities. One of the men gave his as Jolin Sherwood, 38 years, an insurance adjuster. Another said his- Fein was given the maximum sen- 1 namc u-as Charles Rudy, a proprietor 1 20 5t 1 tence on a second degree charge of as- ______________ _ years in Sing Sing. He made a short speech of defiance in FOOD SALE which ihe declared that he was the Get The Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the. First M. B. church will hold; a food sale iu the Afcade of First National Bank building, Saturday. !'January 24, beginning at m. vietim of a "frame up." but added that he would take his medicine gamely. Detectives continued the fount to- of a taxi-cab company. Tlie identity of the third party was not' revealed by the police. Sherwood Is believed to hayfe as tlie go-between between tlie and tlie owners of stolen cars who were informed that they could have the cars back if willing to day.of gang the Blood." come across with the price,   

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