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   Morning Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1909, Uniontown, Pennsylvania                                LAMBT OMMATMM tt wiy or Tfflt WEATHJUt FAIR AND 98 FAYErfTE MAY ONE OF met ALL IE IMS FOR AUDIT j T r Man Whose Name He Refuses to Divulge Told likins He Would Produce Another Man Who Knew is Statement Made to COMPARES HIMSELF TO CHRIST TbNfM He Could be Mirtyr Like the He Told WitnessFurther Testimony of Money Collected by Likins With no Record of it Upon the Companys BooksLocal Bank Recently Paid of Which There is Absolutely no RecordWill Continue This Evidences of the proverbial In the woodpile began to crop out yesterday when the hearing in the Peoples Tribune receivership was re sumed yesterday afternoon before Judge Umbel in 1 court Discussion of the audit was ta ken up with who oc cupied the stand all and it led to some interesting disclosures and One feature not brought out in Robinsons testimony was the fact that Likins stated he had absolutely no evidence ft the audit but there was a man who had promised him to bring In somebody who did have In addition to this Likins had told said that he was quite willing to become a like It had been planned to begin the hearing yesterday morning at 9 A hearing In an equity case before a in which Dumbauld was was scheduled for the same time and as the witnesses in this hearing came from a the Tribune hearing gavajjlncc to When shortly after 2 oclock yesterday Sembow er again took the occupying it all His testimony will prob ably be closed this As has marked the other sessions of the hoar the court room yesterday was practically deserted except for the principals in the case and a few wit Just n few minutes after Sem hower took he stand ho caused a di version by slating that one of the companys books which hnd been placed in Likins hands the other day liad not been returned to 1 want that he stated The witness explained that he turned over the old ledger and two casn books to Ltklns since the hearing two days That ought to be in your the Tribune said H wasnt there when I left this said Wteve had It right where is Likins I think they have snid It Isnt what you whore is It demanded the if tt aint at the Ive got it at my was Ihe Robinson went to the In the meantime Likins taking up his Robinson returned with the Information that the book wis not at the Likins went out mid short ly returned with the Sembowers testimony first dealt with a number of Irregularities which lie said he discovered in Liklns He suited that he had gone over the accounts since Wednesday aud discovered further one of them of concerning ac counts with tha Citizens Title Trust company nnd the Peoples Senibower declared that be had discovered that Llkliis had received this amount of had endorsed the and receipted the Xo reference to the matter cun he found on the companys he This is of the same class as the items you enumerated of moneys collected and not charged against himself asked 1 found out this miiitor through the hanking The Hems were made ut sniull amounts be ing payment for work done In some estates which the bank was Another mailer of a similar WHS developed 111 regard l I he money paid to Hurry who went over tho Tribune books last Hnrwcll told the he fliat ho re ceived from the What do LlkliiH bonks show was paid him asked After reference to some Sembower answered Seventyfive Another tangled financial account was found In dealings with Ihe pub lishers of the Masontuwn i weekly paper was printed for MiiKonlnwn people1 by the Until Mils year there was nothing on the books In show of thin The hooka show some money sniil tlir no account the Picking up the new ledger lo refer to the Mnsontowu Xows the witness Tho now ledger was niiuh mutilated iti Likins hands about two wiolts opened that ac myself and Miss Jessie hooKKTOjiPr for the Items In the account were rend bj 8cm showing charges beginning February of weeK and a credit on February 1 of The items in this account are not regularly as they were given to Miss Titlow by Do the accounts indicate the real state of the business with the Mason town News asked That is pretty hard to replied the The man who publishes the paper says there is a or J12 Some money is charged to Can you state the exact status of the account between Likins aud the Peoples Tribune company I We are unable to ascer tain what claims are out against There are no Imok accounts peo ple we deal A large part of this years Invoices cannot be found and we must write or wait for We are uncertain whether all of the advertising and work done is properly checked and In addition to this men he has contracted with to furnish local news from points all over the county are writing in asking that they lie saying they have not received any Have you any certain what has been collected Only as they appear on the cash We have no basis on which to figure the as we arc running up against special contracts and claims already put In by that advertisements were inserted after they were ordered was the Arc there any amounts you have discovered clearly chargeable against the face of Likins accounts asked Almost replied Sembow giving about seven items lo make up this as follows on the note to Ailing charged against the company as cash by Likins for the but which the company was subsequently required to pay note to the American Type Founders com pany S10Q credited us paid to but not paid 519 to foreman paid to Likins by Citizens Title Trust company and the Peoples bank in orders is sued by Liklns on a number of adver tisers ami charged by him against the company as cash paid and of excess credited as paid to Harrv Bur Does this Include anything due on the llnolvpe On the Cleveland Paper company nole I think thats or a little Or tlie Fayette County Sunday School association I cant ascertain where that Likius says In one of the but dont know the amount of Has he charged the company with interest on it There is such an entry in lie cash That would Indicate be had dis counted the How long would it to se cure an accurate knowledge of the financial standing of the company It might take five or six I would hate to guarantee to do it in that It might be done in Is the property a paying proposi tion Tbe books now indicate tliat we are losing The expenses are oater than the What is the volume of business done After suing over he bonks for Ihe last or It hiIncome is shown to average jibmil per The payroll is about per How does the circulation today compare with two years I dont know much about two years ago except for a slalemmt of circu lation upon the Tribune letter which 1 found in Hie desk formerly occupied by The Ilreiihitloii today is week In the average circulation for the to this state was I dont wheth er Ibis statement is any more where it was How do you account for the coudi linn of ihe business lOlthOT by LUOSS carelessness or careless manner in the expenditure of the companys or it might be ilmt Til the work done has not Sembower then spoke of he methods employed by Likins to sccun Continued on page By McCready April alias a negro wanted by the Allegheny county for was arrested at a few miles south of today about noon by Adarii a detectivefrom Mann arrived here this morning at over the Penn drove to Sarah in a two seated rig with another officer who came with made the arrest and returned to Brownsville about When the detective entered the shan ty where Debbs they found him In the act of packing his belong ings to leave the He afterward admitted to the officers that he was preparing to go to Debbs Is the alleged murderer ot Tony at Whitney Hampton Allegheny about five miles from on February Debbs had a disagreement with Schock and they came it is seized an ax and brained Debbs is about 38 vear weighs 135 pounds and Is Ive eigth inches in He lad a scar running from ear to ear and another below his right He s a teamster by occupation and for nerly worked In Washington and n the Butler Car Wlieel He las been hunted by the county detec ever since the which was of a shocking nature and attracted considerable attention at the Detective Mann took his prisoner to Pittsburg on the Pennsylvania train after having him photographed lit Pratts riurderer Caught at Sarah Works Negro Accused of Cruel Allegheny County Crime Preparing to Leave When Pittsburg Detective CENTRAL HOTEL LICENSE GOES TOJAMESMORAN Difference With Hous ton Patched Up Out of Awakes to Find Negro Burglar in Her Room Anderson at Hearing of Hugh Armsleid Tells of Her Thrill ing Experience on the Night of April 6Beaten on Head With Butt of Gun When She Confronts Man Searching Husbands SUCCESSFUL WOOER VICTIM OF ASSAULT HENRY CLAIMING TO BE MAIL CAUSES ARREST OF MAN WHO IMPLI CATES No Other Applications Passed On Since List Was Handed Down Last Tuesday New Licenses Go Into Effect Today and Some Houses Re main Closed Court The Central will open today under the management of The license was granted yesterday afternoon by the court after the con tending applicant for the had withdrawn his petition and the re monstrance against the granting of Morans Shortly after 5 Attorneys Boyd and Browniield and for with their walked into the both Judges Umbel and Van Swearingen being on the Boyd asked leave to with draw the application of Houston and his remonstrance against Judge Umbel congratulated both parties upon the adjustment of their difficulty granted the motions for eave to The court stated Morans bond had been scanned would be the license being granted at once to A private settlement between the wo men was effected whereby Moran purchases from Houston the fixtures aud house furnishings of the taking possession this morning when he new license goes into No other license applications have een passed upon since the handing down of the list last This means that the applicants held over will have closed shops the only exception being the Central There are six Charged with assault on Henry who claims to be a mail following a dispute over a young woman in William Hostin was arrested yesterday on charges of felonious assault and bat The prisoner implicates another who is thought to be residing in According to Alexanders story he lias won the affection of a dusky maid from the other two suitors and le has been threatened by Hostin aud s As he was passing through Coolspring the of the week Alex ander claims that Hostin hit him on ihe side of the face with a large He was staggered by the blow but continued his work with The information was made before Jus lice Daniel Bierer and Hostin was arrested He admits that be knows the circumstances of the at ack but denies that he threw the An attempt will be made to locate the other SURPRISE FIRE The fire whistle at Continental 1 plant ot the Frick Coke com pany WRS blown about 7 oclock last evening and employes of the company hurried to the power house and ragged out 4ho hose and apparatus expecting to find a tiic signal was simply a sur test to ascertain the efllcielicy oc the men in an The hose was unreeled and attached to a plug in good the officials ex pressing gratification over the CAUSES HUSBANDS of was ar rested 011 charges of and bat tery and attempt lo kill preferred by his Mary before Jus lice William alkies that her husband assaulted her nd ejected her from her threat to kill her she Constable William llrlscoe arrested Foltz last evening and lodged liim in THREW STONES AT Charged with throwing stones at a lenyoarold child of and from a Iicneatii her Marie of was arrested yesterday by Constable William She gave bail for a Boulos Hotel and Never The only place in town for those who Opposite street cur The Pjthlnn Sisters will hold n food sale in tho Arcade of the bank SIX MORE HOLDOVERS NEW POLLING By reason of the rearrangement of ward lines in Conellsville caused by the consolidation of the old borough nd Mew one of the new the was left without a lolling Judge Van Swearingen landed down an order yesterday fix ing the polling place for this ward n the garage of 704 Vine that HOTEL MAN Hugh whoseapplication or a license for the TransAllegheny was refused last yesterday had a damage Continued on Page HOTEL Persons from nearby towns at lo cal hotels Friday were Teed Ar lames Harry Connells Central Fayette City Exchange Smith ticld Brier Hill West End Hrunswick Frank Conuells vllle George Francis Masontown Republic Thomas Brier McClelland JLn FLEMINGS 15 East Main building nexi May Saturdny New Shooting under Thomson in the Ilagau See Hagans Market other SUNDAY Green Turtle Halved Saratoga ireen Onions Radishes Kn Hrcjiilcd Veal CulleX Tomato Sa Itauunu Wine 1 Roman liuasl Fayclte County Stuffed ilblet Prime Rib of Au Jus Mashed New Striuji Now Chicken Salad Chooolato Ice Assorted Fancy Cakes Owing to rain tho box social and festival for Hie benefit of tho Now Sa lem baseball loam has boon postponed to May L All aro Big Cut in Wall KvcrytliinK now in wall paper at cut Tbe Now Wall Paper 2f Morgaulown Convincing testimony of the bru tal assault and robbery of Anderson of caused Justice Daniel Bierer to hold Hugh a negro who was charged with the for The main witness was the who stated that on the night of April she was awak ened by a noise at the foot of her By the light in the room she saw a negro intruder standing at her with her husbands pocketbook in his Wihen she made an at tempt to rise from the bed the negro produced a revolver and threatened to shoot Heedless of the An derson partially when the man hit her several limes on the head with the butt end of the Stunned by the she fell back and the man She imme diately aroused who visited he Anderson but no trace of the robber could be Anderson saw the clothing in the room had been disturbed and on Blatant Calf Almost Broke Up the Play Prop in Production of The Old Vermont farm Tries to Make Trio Out of With Ludkrous A beautiful black and white a The Old Vermont almost broke up the second act of a lever performance at the West End ast evening when he called for his inno uncertalfi tones at a articularly opportune a nere piece of stage setting he was very but when he attempted o break into the Gobble song and make it a trio instead of a duet he nade the one great surprising hit of he convulsing both Sally Ann and as well as delight ifg the The play itself was distinctly Full of the atmosphere of old Vermont country highly charged with col ege constantly finding vent in spontaneous and impromptu yells upon he slightest it was one of the best things seen here this seas far surpassing previous home tal ent The settings were most Hotel Green with sides covered with college pennants making a most invit as camp The college girls and nen in undress the star boarder of the were group ed about the From the be ginning of The Crocodile in which the solo part was sung by Miss Elizabeth to the very last the play went off without a siugle equaling the majority of pro fessional Miss Prisciila is Nell romantic heart won the audience with her irst and continued to win ap lause and praise by very ciever She was ably supported by Ned and with whom she flirled impar tially during all four acts to the great edification of the Charles Playford as Watter the was also commanding much admiration by her jracefnl carriage and beautiful ler black aud gold rose worn in the fourth scene being a beautiful crea Uncle typical New England In whom his best friends could not recognize Wooda had a jreat but not fearing his wife and loving lis daughter be was one of the best in the Ruth lis played by Elizabeth was the star of ihe First as the simple country then the bride pleading for her but wilting to siv him up ratber than Continued on page THE OLD VERMONT Seats 75c and For tonight a limited number of scats in be orchestra circle will be sold for at Harry Deesou or the box ORIENT NORMAL Will open May 1 and continue eight We iiiin to give the teacher and ibose expecting to teach a thor ough not only in be branches but in Ihe best method of juesontaion of the For further information call on or Ira Now j At Cut AH wall paper and room Including all the The Now Wall Paper lii Morgan town uvestlgatlng discovered that about had been taken from her hus bands An open window in the front room showed the manner in which the man entered and left the Taking her small child Anderson spent the remaining hours of the night with neighbors in an ad joining who bad left for his work at returned home the next morning and as soon as lie was informed of the affair and was given a description of the negro he suspect ed Information was at once made before Justice The warrant was but the who had been working at had suddenly It was thought he was in the vicinity of Van derbllt and the Information of the rob bery was telephoned to Constable Ja cob who arrested Arm While the officer attempted to open a cell in the lock up Armstead covered him with a gun and He was recaptured in Scottdale and committed to TENDERED TITLOW A VOTE Of THANKS CONTESTANTS IN AUTOMOBILE ENDURANCE RUN APPRECIATED TREATMENT ACCORDED THEM HERE Special Telegram to The April Eleven cars finished In the automobile endur ance run this By way of Washington the contestants ran to had dinner at the Titlow and returned over the same Tonight a Wg banquet was serycd the contestants at the Hotel It was a relief for them to get out of the bathing suits worn on the trip The banquet was given by the Gazette Times and Chronicle Telegraph for all who par ticipated in the big run and George of who was one of the eleven to finish yesterdays was tendered a unanimous vote of thanks for his liberal entertainment at his Uniontown The judges will examine the cars tomorrow and furnish their report on It was statedthat the roads yester while very bad were In jetter condition that the day THE Government Weather April Forecast for Western Ohio and West For showers and Sunday cloudy and INCENDIARIES CAUSE 8 DEATHS NEW YORK TENEMENT DESTROY ED AND FRANTIC MOTHERS HURL BABIES FROM FOURTEEN ARE Special Telegram to The NEW April An in cendiary fire in a sixstory tenement at 37 Spring started by black who saturated the halls arid stairways with kerosine cutting off all caused the deaths of eight persons early today and sent 14 others to seriously burned or Five are The flre was in a big tenement house in the heart of the Italian quarter and started soon after Detectives are working with the lire The ruins of the fiouso are being searched for the Four of the dead were hurled from windows by their frenzied who saw no other way to save them from death by Their brains were dashed out on the pave Many babies were caught by po licemen and who arrived on the scene PS lUR Throw Stump on Oliver Derailing Gars and Tying Up Plant for Several PRISONERS ADMIT GUILT Officials of Coke Company Secure Fairmont ManTrailing and Capture of Guilty Men Was Easy for Dogs Leading Them to Their Homes Culprits in Trailed by bloodhounds from the spot on the Oliver 3 siding where two cars had been wrecked by an old thrown over the eubank ment to their home at house Joe Macko and Andy Sud rick were last night by Constable Jake Churns and Deputy Constable Wooda Balslnger and lodged in It is said the two men admitted their stating that they were intoxicated at the Friday morning as the crew were placing cars at Oliver 3 works two cars were derailed by striking the obstruction on the The operations at the works were de layed a short time by the As soon as it was reported to Sup erintendent he im mediately communicated with Landes and of and four Bess and were brought down last The four dogs were taken to the scene of accident and after circling around several times made a jee line for 27 The blood iounds accompanied the officers to Uniontown and were placed in the basement of the police station over Both prisoners be charged with malicious mischief before Jus tice of THORNTON HAINS ON WITNESS STAND GENERAL PETER HAINS FINISHES TESTIMONY TRIAL OF HIS SON BROTHER THEN GOES UPON Special Telegram to The April After having been on the witness stand since yesterday General Peter Hains finished his testimony in the trialof his son for the murder of William Annts at noon His story of his sous irrational actions was not although It is be lieved that the prosecution has new evidence which it will bring forward later to show that the was rational at the time of the Thornton Jenkins Hains was called to the stand immediately after general left The captain did not took ones ward the brother who had gone through the tragedy at his and who had himself been put on trial as accomplice in the slaying of That William Annis 18 barred fromtestifying at the trial of Captain Haius was the statement of Daniel of the Haines law this MEET AFTER 45 Brothers Have Reunion at Mononga Thought Other April After a separation of 45 Will iam Floyd today met his brother James Floyd at the home of their William went to the Civil war and after a battle was reported James left Uouongahela and when James returned In 1SS4 and found no he journeyed Each brother thought the other Sometime sou of touring the learned bis uncle William lived and tlie reunion was MANY APPLICATIONS Thirtyseven applications for entry blanks for the boys Marathon from Unioutown to New Salem have been received by Promoter William Bris It is expected that boys will The entrants so far bail from all sections of the Hagans treaiuery 0 and cents Fresh country cents 2i Piano rillsburg piano will be hero next Leave orders U Harry Uccsons Read Kuths Ice Cream pago FIGHT IN As the result of a fight in the But tington mines with Albert Miles Sidebush was arrested yester day by Constable The hear ing will be held before Justice Wil liam Selling out all our Xow Wall Paper and room mouldings at Como and get your Auslnnders Hagans Creamery and country 2S cents See Hagans Market other Read Kuths Ice Cream   

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