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   Morning Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1909, Uniontown, Pennsylvania                                The Morning Herald CLOUDY AJTD 103 FAYETTE MAY ONE WOMf N SNEEfi Demonstration Against female kidnaper on Way to mm mmm SOME WANT ROPE TO HANG THE BRAZEN HUSSY AND ONE WOMAN ATTEMPTS TO STRIKE SECURED TO TRY CASE AND TAKING OF TESTI MONY WILL BEGIN BOYLES Special Telegram to The May Following the conviction of J Boyle for tho kid naping of Willie AVhltla In n little more than three hours tho trial of Helen who professes to be his began and the court room was crowded with women of the who had Ihelr first opportunity of see ing tho woman connected with the Tho female population so crowded the court room many sat upon tho window the backs of seats and every of Judge Williams ordered the court room cleared nnd as he did so one woman shouted Cant you place me on that judge 1 would like to hang Tile judge administered n re but the woman retorted with an exclamation Iliat If she bad her way she would certainly in putting rope around I he brazen hussys This was the first intimation he of ficials had of any demonstration against They found that due precaution to protect the prisoner had not been taken court ad after n jury had been select Outside the court house a mob of women assembled and they were In ugly Most of the females wore at the side doir where It was supposed the pilVdner would emerge on her return trip to the But Sheriff took Boyle out the front entrance and immediately a howl went There The women jostled each other in their eagerness to set near the famous Says Beer Was Stolen From Wagon Fourteen Foreigners Accused o Drinking Contents of Half Barrel at Four As the of un investigation o the larceny of a naif barrel of bee from a brewery 14 foreigners all of whom are alleged to have parta ken of the have been arrestec by Constable William fJilscae am placed in George who made the Information charging larceny before Justice William alleges that ashis loaded with beer was standing at Fairbanks the for clsners stole the half bftrrol from tht rear and carried it to a hoarding house nearby where hoy drank thL Ho learned the names of the men and made Infurmtillnn against Constable Hriscoe has had his hies locating all the but las night lie landed They wero Mlki Goorge George Ro mlnlo and Pete The hearing will bo hfld today before Justice Jef MARATHON RACE AT EDENBORN JOHN SOPANO WINS INTEREST ING TAKING DOWN MANY VALUABLE PRIZES THREE FAIL TO f people from the surrounding coke works witnessed a successful Mara thon race here this aft which John Sopana finished ng the Tv7 miles in 2li V course They jeered at her and was crowded all the way many sneered in her Boyle paid who had favorites in the rage and gave no attention to tile demonstration nnd with head erect nnd eyes straight in front of her walked calmly along with the Ot a sudden some one said IF we only had a them words of The start wasmade at the Union Supply store and the finish at the same place after the course had been covered There were 15 starters in the That started The race and all except three women In the crowd jammed about The following is the order of the Sheriff Chess and his four deputies and one woman made a move to strike the Three big county com each of them over six feet joined the sheriffs party and protected The mob howled all sorts of insults at Boyle and it was feared for a while they would attempt bodily but the officers finally got her hack to jail Sheriff Chess stated to night that would see that proper protection was afforded Boyle to The taking of testimony against the womnn will begin tomorrow The women of the town are higlily up over the trial and approve the verdict found against They think the woman was the brains of the induction plot ntld their sympathy for Ayhitla In her terrible nnxiety over the fate of her son has curried away their better LIKINS GRACES STAGE AT SOCIALIST MEET finish and the time made John So 20 Roland Thomas Joe Joe SO 30 ttoy Aug ust Freil Fred Co and Joe Ro The following award wns made of the pair of given by Sheets pair of given by Ralph Tnte given by McCrack in by Joseph Hant man fifth and two by James and by The offer of a shirt Robert Weltner to tho first runner t hut passed his which was on the was won by OVER A HUNDRED ENTRIES ARE NOW IN LENDS HIS PRESENCE AT GATHBOYS WHO WILL PARTICIPATE IN ERING OF THE NEW REDS IN j NEW SALEM MARATHON ARE MUNICIPAL BUILDING FAIR TRAINING DAILY PRIZE LIST SPEAKER DISCUSSES PUBLIC Gertrude Breslau a raveling organizer and lecturer on was greeted last evening by the larg est audience that hns heard any of the series ot socialistic lectures held here in the Miss Hunt is an eloquent niul con vincing Killcer and her statements arc produced In such an emphatic manner ns to give her auditors the conviction that the socialistic panacea for polit ical ailments wns the only thing Icf to prevent us from goliiK to moral de In her lalk Miss Hunt spoke in i very graphic and vivid manner of Ihr Injury done to the country by Iho Her si nt em cuts as to the over ridden workins eliiss were greeted by rouiuls of hearty occupied i prominent pliioe on the with others of socialistic Buy your groceries nnd freuli meal nl SMIes Hill Top ciet u piece of such as rockluK pirior stand ami olc away NEW May One hund red and two entries have been re ceived for the Newsboys Marathon race May A number of additional prizes have been rceived and1 every preparation is being made for the success of the Brumberg and of have offered a prize for ilie first boy to iwiss their As this is only a short distance from The Morning Herald be starling there will probably be a dash at the The regular applications will he mailed to the boywho have signified tbetr Intentions to enter the Those who have not sent their exact address lu Constable Briscoe will be mailed a copy of the application to the nearest to You tiro cordi ally Invited In iiteud Memorial uud Labor Service at the May Meet Trades Council bull at liequciit if Trades and softshell frogs and fresh seafood at rioiniuKs res taurant Thursday ami Brownsville Again Draws Orval Rush Man Buys Interest in Akxan der HotelFourth Share of McClelland House Property Bwght by Orval former proprietor o the lias purchased n half interest in nnder Iron his A transfer oi the license from Rush Rush will be asked for the first Mon day of This is the same hotel which Orvnl Rdsh conducted a few years ago and sold to his cousin when he moved to Rush will probably move to Brownsville when the license Is Another hotel transaction recently consummated affects merely the own ership of hotel property nnd has noth ing to do with the This is the sale of a fourth Interest in the McClellaml house Union by Delbert Rush to Charles ino consideration being Thin sale pltlces the ownership of this imtppfty in the hands of four Orval onefourth one and GIRL DIVORCES PRINCE OF PARIS HAD TWO MARRIAGES BEFORE UNION WAS THOROUGHLY CE THEN HE DESERTED Special Telegram to The May Princess Robert le who was a Miss Estelle of San was to day granted from her hus land on ground of She was given also the custody of ier child and alimony of a The father is to see the child at stated ntervals The prince was con emned to pay the costs of the Tho Prince and Princess de Broglie were married in Chicago in The irincess was then the divorced wife f Sydney Veil the princes father was opposed to the and succeed d in having the Chicago marriage de ilared void by a French Following this action the prince re married Veil under the French The prince deserted His wife last and her suit CONTRACT Commissioners Award Masonry Work For Point Marion The county commissioners yester ay signed a with Louis of for the con traction of the retaining wall and two ving walls on the Point Marion side f the now Point Marion ami or the west wing wall on the Spring ill Bids were submitted by our contractors yesterday and opened t 2 The other bidders were jinanuel Pihl and Miller and Stratton Lewis The work will slightly less than it is the Mils of osley were 38 cents per nrd per yard nia 7 per yard per aril per yard er HIGH MIPS VISIT OLD M NKBSITY Grand Officers Here for Ex emplification See Histor ical Points of Interest Yesterday AN AUTOMOBILE TRIP Uniontown Members of Order Take Party About Town Previous to Work of Masons From Many Towns in This Jurisdiction Gather Here for Work of the FIND FREAK OF owl of Sheep Imbedded In Limestone Clay and May Work ien engaged In excavating for a new welling for James n the property of the Old Hotel oday found the the jowl of a ubeddtd in limestone clay and he piece was as perfect as could be ud when il was broken open several rops of blood issued from lie ho jowl was immediately placed in jar of alcohol and will be is on exhibition In a Musontown It Is believed by the older residents f the town that the jowl has been i the earth for more than 50 he Old Hotel was built in 1815 and o excavating had lioen done in the Arriving in Uniontown yesterday morning their special car Snnset the grand officers of the Masons were given a great recep loin by the members of the local Their work of exemplification of the work and the initiation was irimpletpd in the Masonic temple last light in the presence of prominent Masons from every part of Payette The officers were received with open arms everywhere and were veil with their annual trip 0 Fayette They will leave for immediately after their arrival yesterday they were net at Church street by automobiles n which they were conveyed to the Country club for a luncheon given by he localMasonic Afterward hey were taken to the County Without alighting from the autonio iles they made the trip up the moun The party visited Fort Neces where they examined the ruins ml the surroundings The tfflcers weremuch Impressed with the ild fort as they also were with Brad locks grave at which they stopped on he way They readied the Sum ult hotel about 5 where they vere served with a Returning he evening the party assembled in he Masonic temple and completed the iork in several The automo liies in which the trip was made to he mountains were those of ieorge losboro and Wallace The party of officers consisted of arl Grand High riest Criswell fraud King George rand Scribe Stockton Assis ant Grand Secretary Samuel Grand Captain of Host Waelder Grand Principal ojourner Burke Hoy 1 Arch Captain Frank Irand Master Third Vail David Car Grand Master Second Vail Aiig st Grand Master First ail John Senior Grand iaster of Ceremonies Joseph JuniorGrand Master of Cere monies Francis Grand Pessimist Charles Grand and John Grand HOTEL Persons from visiting the county seat and registered at the various hotels were Moran Bruce Mason Get Your Lighter Ones Out Summer is Here May 6 in Uniontown Almost Nips the Hot Weather RecordCamphor in While the Girls Are Dusting Off Those PetkaBoo Gee aint il though I sure am going to put my summer un derwear on Ill have to get my Pa nama cleaned Did you hear anything like the above yesterday If you didnt you must be for they were he predominating topics of In the season came on with such a rush that a few daring promenaders hit the high way with last summers There were at least three of these masculine sailors on Main street out your lighter This is a straight tip from the weather but it might also be rather wise to keep a rain coat Put your heavy ones away for the summer and pack your winter In cam The good old summer time is right with Local Weather Observer William Hunt stales the maximum tem perature yesterday was about 84 and the minimum This is one of the highest with one for May in six This exception was in When the mercury rose to Last year on this date it register ed but But the barometer is comes the That means rain and a News Washington is that Western Pennsylvania will get a spell more of with continued warm hurry up with those wash suits and the peekaboo FOREST f IRK SWffP MOUNTAIN EIRE BRIGADE MAY BE CALLED OUT PUPilS STOLE TONIC THEYRE BLONDES NOW STUDENT PUT PEROXIDE IN BOT TLE WHICH USUALLY CONTAIN ED BAY RUM AT Telegram to The May A prank ot a student at the Cascadilla prepara tory school here has caused an epi demic of masculine blondes during the past few The student missed a great leal of nay rum used for toilet Sus lecting his classmates in the dormi ory he refilled his bottle with perox de of As a result the guilty ones were ransformed Into peroxide blondes when they appeaTedTn TWO who formerly had jet black lair were while another with red hair is adorned with locks of sll ery Some have heads to kill all trace Vicinity of White Rocks Scene of Conflagra tion Flames Pro gressing Origin a Matter of Forest fires have again originated in the nearby mountain districts and although there Is no immediaite cause for alarm the flames are spreading rapidly and in all probability the fire brigade will be called to extinguish the The conflagration near the Rocks and moving almost It is taking everything in its path and several dwelling houses have been missed by a narrow The te shaved farmers in that district have been ice of the fighting the flames themselves for the past two days and so far have made WINDER HEAD IS BLOWN OUT good In case of a sudden rise of the wind a call for assistance will be made to the fire The light of the fire could be plainly seen in Uniontown and vicinity last night and many watched from the Beeson and Eastern The cause of the fire is Coming this season of the year when trees are filled with sap and immediately following heavy rains AND DELAYS TRAIN QUARTER the fire furnishes very peculiar feat ACCIDENT TO PASSENGER ENSJNE CAUSES EXCITEMENT WOODSIDE PLANT Considerable excitement was caused t the depot last night when he cycllrider head of 1361 lauling passenger train 4 blew nit with a loudexplosion as the train vas standing near the Gallatln avenue Many who were lear the he accident were shocked but fortuthat Running to With 134 Ovens in The superintendent of the Woodslde Coke company plant at Martin states that 134 ovens at the plant are now In blast and that but 32 are 20 persons locomotive at the time of jof these ibeing for He states unless unusual circumstances remises since that year until at town Gallatin James Fleming and ICounellsvlUe Browns ville Exchange Central Jesse Eva McClelland Point Lafayette Gans Annie Smock Teed towu Haddeuville George West and Ruth Brownsville Harry Dunbar Brunswick Mason town George Brownsville Connellsville West End and ilessie Mlirt Hawson John llrowns ville DEATH OF JUDGE May Judge Villlom Scott died Tuesday even ig nl his home here of pols iiing and He was GS ear He was a veteran of the ivll serving in the Eighteenth Pennsylvania In although a slaunch e was appointed an associate judge or Greene county to fill an uuexpired He is survived by his wife and DETROITS MAYOR May Former ayor nud Congressman Wtlliam itybury diod at his home here today illnwhiR 11 relapse of his old Majhury was n vleiiui of urea Ic See Largest line pf childrens uoliliy HifiOc and Hrmuberg Titlow Frank THE Government Weather May Forecast for Western Ohio and West Virginia For showers and For continued high Take Notice There will be ROAUIS uex AH nre cordially with their held in the Monday together By order of the ately no one was in the path of the arise no further ovens will be blown Others who heard loud report rushed to the depot to in The passenger engine was so dis abled that it required the assistance of engine 1211 to tow it to Smithfield where it iwas taken fro mthe train and engine ICfiS completed the trip to There was a delay of about 0 minutes in making the change BURNED BY Somerset County Miner May Not Re cover From Terrible Caught in an explosioii of a can of blasting powder at the Somerset Coal In the report ot coke conditions as compiled by the independent operators printed it was stated that the Wooilside plant had blown out 62 ovens last This it was was due to a misunderstand MARATHON RAGE Perryopolis Latest Town in County to Announce Long Distance Ma to be outdone by other towns in the county Perryopolis is to have a A course abovit 13 miles long will be laid out on a third mile track and 1 Coke companys mines near race will be held June Philli Mike aged was so seriously burned that he wns removed to the Cottage State He was burned on the hands back and both His recovery is He was chang ing powder from a large to small when in some unknown manner IIbecame NAIL IN Smithfield Man Meets With a Serious Mishap While May a contractor was driv nail yesterday evening when it flew from a glancluc striking him Hildebrand has been selected as man ager and all wishing to enter the event can secure entry blanks from Entries must be in by June Many have signified their intention of participating in the race and Fay ette City promises to have a number of runners Hodgkins has donated 01 beautiful silver loving cup for the first The race will be held at Carson park and Star Junction and Perry opolis are training The business men of the town will give handsome ClDffiN MUST OBSERVE MIR AGREEMENT As Result Widow of James McCann Gets PracticaUy Entire Personal MINOR SON ABSOLVED Judge Work Holds That Document Given Under Seal Need Not Specify Consideration Effort Made After Signing of the Paper to Have Court Set It of the In an order of distribution made yesterday by Judge Work In the es tate of James late of Nich olson he upheld an agree ment signed by the children giving to their mother the entire personal estate of the This agreement was combated by the children on the ground that it had been made without Judge Work holds that the agreement made under seal and that It was not neces sary to stipulate a Under final report of the admin Jacob McCann and John WV there was The court relieves frbili the provision of the agreement James a son who was minor at the time he affixed his signature to the The administrators are ordered to withhold until Aur ust when the son will attain his If he then ratines hts former action this money will be turn ed over to the McCanif If he does he be paid the The estate also con sists of 63 Nicholsbn ship and worth of In a coal MORE James yard boss at eorges yesterday filed with ie county commissioners Ills petition as a candidate for the Republican nomination for poor His pe tition is the seventh Republican peti tion to be A petition was also filejJ by of Fajelte Union who fancies that he would enjoy being a delegate to the Republican state REGISTER Judge R Umbel yesterday ap pointed William Boyd as register as sessor in Menallen to succeed Charles The appointment was made upon the peti tion of a number of Menallen resi DEEDS School of Uniontown bor ough to Tree of Life congregation for lot In Fayette January Delbert Rush and wife to Gprley for onefourth interestIn Mfc jielland house Main 1909 James Winterbottom and Tflfe to Edmorid Albert for lot in Walnut May Amy Darby and husband to Em ma Goodwin lot in Georges 200 August Robert Gregg and wife to Tisdt for lot in Jefferson tolrn March Robert Wright and wife to Daw son borough council for lot in 300 October MARRIAGE Ada Smith harles Ethel TO TRY DOGS Now Believed That Missing Dunbar Man is Wandering About May reservlcr lere having been drained an3 the mystery of the disappearance of George Greenwood still wo Fairmont bloodhounds will again le placed1 on the trail tomorrow mom A rumor that Greenwood ad been wandering aimlessly about n the woods some miles from town ed to the decision that be Is not dead but TO GET TRUNK May Arrange ments have been made by tho Far mers Telephone of Fayetto iCIty with the American Vnion li struckpoint lirsi ami penetrated j phone company for tluestablishment the hall ami siuok rrqimini a trunk line between Kayetto City in the inllictlni an injury that may cause the toss of the force to remove Soulcs Hotel and EVIDENCE OF May V Following a statement 10 Hi effect that he would set married when tin sot belter a Iuiixsutawiiey liov swim and such line now it being necessary to reach Fayetle City from his town to use the ox Xcvor The only place inJlo lntho lf Inwu for those who tree cor Opposite Iteiul Kuths Ice Crcnni pago Af Cut All wall paper and room of his Tortsiy six including all tho newest The well known euuples between the afios of and is were married a Wl Sloro 2j JtorSan sure Indication t returnlus BOYS TRY mine foreman at Lam has taken quite an interest in the Newsboys Marathon between New Salem and Yester day he brought Victor Steve Jeroski and Johnnie Stetz to Union town and gave them a trial run over the The three boys made the distance of over ti miles in good Big Cut In Wall i Everything new in wall paper at lent Tho New Wall Paper 25 Morgantown See Largest lliu of childrens nobby ifiMfc ami Bnnuberg   

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