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   Morning Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1925, Uniontown, Pennsylvania                              VOLr 19. NO. 150. AVERAGE DAILt CIRCULATION LAST WEEK, FOURTEEN UNIQNTOWN, FAYETTE COUNTY, PENNA., TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 7, 1925. Tvo Onta BEGUN IN DANCE HALL COLLAPSE 43 Bodies Are Recover- Grand Jury Summoned CHILD MAY LOSE EYESIGHT AS RESULT OF FIREWORKS MISHAP HEAR WITNESSES By lated Press BOSTON. July G. The Suffolk County Grand Jury went Into evening session tonight in Us Investigation, to determine the cause of the collapse of the Pickwick Club building last Saturday on a crowd of more than 100 revelers. Word had coma from ttio wrecked building tliat tlie. last pile of debris Six Year Old Girl Suf- fers Face Burns; Con- ditioifSerious Suffering from terrible burns sus- tained when a fountain spouted into hor face after she had lighted it Sat- nlglil, little Blanche Hardy, aged six years, colored, was resting somewhat easier last evening at her homa on Stewart avenue. However, it Is feared that Ihp HUle girl has lost her eyesight and It Is not known as yet whether she Inhaled any of the (Jama and smoke from the burning powder In the fountain. Blanche, who Is the granddaughter of Essie Hardy, city dog catcher, pur- chased the fountain near her home Saturday evening. She returned to her home and members of her family, not knowing she had tha fountain, pafd little attention to the girl as put off tha fireworks which she had purchased. As Blanche lit the foun- tain, she failed to step back quick enough, tha full force of the burning powder spouted into her face, terribly SCOPES APPEAL IS DISMISSED BY FEDERAL COURT Pastor Drowns in River ORPHAN, PLUCKY BREADWINNER FOR LITTLE FAMILY OF 5, HURT burning her eyes screams attracted and cheeks, members of Her the family who hurriedly summoned phy slclans. TRAFFIC SIGNAL BEFORE COUNCIL THIS EVENING had neon removed without disclosing more victims, leaving final list of dead at 43 at the regular meeting of City ot lutomaUc w111 be decided this eve, i in and a rule. In regard to tho fromTha i signal will be made, either to resume rroni tho hospitals today. Tho two operation of the unA todia. still unidcntmed are those of fSaUon of others or to remove men. District Atlorney Thomas O'Brlon today lead the grand jury through the pictures -which w the later. Governor Fuller Instructed Atlor-! noy.General Jay Runton lo begin nn investigation for the alato and men from tho attorney general's office an wojl ns from Iho department ot public. safety wore sent to Hie building. Tho' city Invosllgjlmn was being conduct-' oil through the police dcip.nrtmont and! the odlco of John It. Mnhoney, build-' Ing commissioner. A slatmont from the mayor's office! today nald that a special apnroprla- lion of for clearing away the ruins had heon voted. Before nlgl J IJL'ilI U Blglilecn wllnosses, ninonR thorn Tim and Dan Barry. The former was president of the Pickwick Barry declared he had "nothing to conceal1 and that ho loaacd only thu lloor of lite bdlldlnsr from ,7, of Wlnthrop. Three) them entirely. Juat what action will bo taken by the city fathers was not disclosed but made.'it was assured that something definite occur at tonight's meeting. HOLIDAY DEATH LIST MOUNTS Tenn., Friday LEGAL MANEUVERS By Associated Press COOLEVILLiE Tenn., July 8. Federal Judgo John J. Gore this afternoon refused to Issue an order restraining the state of Tennessee from prosecution of John T. Scopes In the Btato court on a charge of vlolat SCHOOL BOARD NAMES OFFICERS Misses Fogg and Miller Are Re-elected as School Nurses Struck by Passing Au- tomobile and Has Leg Fractured BROWNSVILLE MAN DIES AS WIFEWATCHES Gallatln, was admitted to the Union- town hospital yesterday afternoon suffering from a fracture of the right leg sustained when ha was'struck by an automobile while working with the road gang of the Georges Con- struction Company as water boy. Tha accident occurred on the new concrete Misses Fogg and Sara Miller road 'eallmS Into New Geneva. Steve _____ _. _ was handing a dipperful of water to Steve Andrews, aged 13 years, of Bathei'S Make allatln, was admitted to the Union- _. Efforts to Rescue Rev. Alex Szekely IS WIDELY KNOWN Auto Accidents... a n Brownings Follow Dance Hall Crash re-elected school nurses at a dipperful ot water to rcEular mantlnc- nf tho a driver and as he stepped from By d tinea county circuit court Friday, Kuperlnti .sought through his counsel to bavo Alleman. the Federal Court block the prosecution looking to transfer case to the United Slates Scopes asked the Asaoclated Press to retary, Tioth inform tho people of Dayton that tho suing year trial would take place Friday at Day- ton as scheduled. Judge Gore held that tho defense occupied the attention during the evening. of MOTHER FACES MURDER CHARGE AS BABY DIES is has heon voted. 1 I than 100 injured. Other state totals Prink Stewart' .oforo adjourning for dinner to. T 4- J 49; k'ew York: fSi llth lm'' "o.T.1 IntO Death Of "ehnS nSn th0'" T'm Hoeck Infant This jZLt 1C.V: !3'and' 6; Newl Petltion -aVanced the i'llll liRTry. i nB f rtrmnr A.H.J.C111 li i JfirSOV. 3 v-onlo n !II._I.L_ ___ ._ __ I Afternoon CITY; MANY DEAD WOMAN RECOVERS lulpil Press CHICAGO, July 6 The known toll of holiday, faculties'had'fanedTo" show throughout the country mounted today reason why the Federal court should to the 2DO mark with automobile intervene In the case dents and drowntngs at the head Dr. John N'eal, chief counsel for tno list without tho Boston cabaret Scopes, gave notice that In the near tragedy, in which 43 perished. future he will renew his petition for Although the Fnurlh of July passed nn Injunction at Chattanooga before with remarkably few deaths from flre-! Judge Ken Hicks, presiding judge j works and explosions, the abnormal the United States court for the East- i traffic in suburban areas to an un-jern District of Tennessee. I usually long list of dead and Injured.) Two petitions were presented, one were Injured la in the name of John T. Scopes and ueou iuuna arter a fire w death3 tho heaviest the other in hehalf of Robert M. Wil- early Saturday morning, swept over Illinois i K7 A 60n' Bolh were dlrected to Governor tlio city of Maaizales, 110 miles north- llhan Ton in. rL ad 8nd Austin Pear' Stato Attorney General west of hero, and clestroved32 ad e" 1 follow- 8Ute tolal3 Prank Thompson and A. T. Stewart, of buildings n the of the c tv ..follow. Massachusetts. 49: Xew York The conflagration is under control bw the total death list Is unknown. scopes petition aavanceci the claim 3, Pennsylvania. C; Verm that he was deprived under the Ten- i i nessee law of liberty nnrf property- Colorado, 3; Jsorlh Dakota, 2. (without due process of law. Wilson's1 plea contended that the law deprived! Iho H.TIU-to.properly edncaU :he river to bathe to escape the ex- treme heat. Dr. Dallas was swimming some dis- tance away from the minister when JJi- AxsrtrlzltA Press i BOGOTA, Colombia, July 6 Thirty bodies are reported to" havo Rea! Attraction "TESS" IS THE BEST PLAY YET PRESENTED of Storm Country" whlla n. long Dlay, Is the best offerlnr tn tar presented by y players" nnd holds the InlerORi Iho entfro aivlliMu-n from "10 first net. 2iSii n tuo droi AH D. OF A. contestants of Red and orphan brother ___ .._......, with the construction company in an In addition to the elections to tho effort to keep the little family of two various positions, only routine busl- hoys and two girls together. UIs parents and an older brother are de- ceased aud the two lads have taken lle heard Mrs. Szekely scream. Ha It upon themselves to maintain, a turned back and noticed that Rev. home. Szaksly, accompanied by his wife, i saw the situation and made frantic et- forts to save the drowning minister. A number of young men bathing on the Brownsville side of the river heard the frantic cries of Mrs. Szekely and, jumping into an automobile, made li quick trip to the opposite side of the river where they aided in the efforts to save the minister. However, all efforts were in vain. The body was recovered an hour, or so afterwards and removed to the Kisinger mortu- ary in Brownsville to be prepared for burial. Funeral arrangements will ba announced later. Rev. Mr. Szekely has been pastor o( the Hungarian Presbyterian cort gregatlon for tho past 10 or 11 years was widely known in the Threa Brownsvilles. DIXIE SPECIAL TIME OF SHOWS "Teas ot the Storm Country" UNIONTOWN vs. CLAIRTON STEEL Wednesday at 5 P. M. See one of the best pitching staffs In ssmi pro ball try to sub- due local sluggers. Lightning Strikes rf uu n ti, An inquest into the alleged poison- ing of 21-months-old Leona Hoeck will bo held today by Coroner S. A. Haiti, according to nn announcement macio last evening following the formal lodg- ing yesterday ot o. charge of murder ngainst Mrs. Lucille Hoeck tho child's mother. Mrs. Hoeck is o charged with having administered car- mi p. bollc acid lo her daughter at (he Ho- cnrtalu Flltz and then to have drank tho remainder of. tho poison In nn effort Tuesday evening. at Merrl town. Given by the Bluo side. Signed: Commlttte. s sate 13 a Q t3 ong play running. 2 1-2 hours. On j buildings in Unlontown. Just'anoth 1013 account the matinees will start er warning for you to save vour'. snnrn nf n i p. L _ ,-_--_ pictures, from its terrible menace DIXIE CORRECTION error the local papers advertis- o poson n an effort lo end Jiar own life. Leona. her face inn of the torture of the burns. wo have ovor hoi In Lhls partlnilnr in ably Rtipporlod Howard Hall ann cnsi. it's Rood. SIT "OlSOn U1 my nnii BED ROOM WEEK Wi tn 1.1 Divl, MUIross 50 LONG FURNITURE COMPANY JACO CHERRIES I-nst Rhlpmont todny, l.V. ror bos CHARLES S. MOSER Bell 319 V. F. W. AUXILIARY nro holding a Inwn toto on tho Moatroznt lot on Noith Onllatin nve- niio on Wodneaday and Tluusclay ovo- nlngs. Public, cordially invited. Music and Inl of good cms. DANCE LESSONS All those- wishing private dance Ioasonn oau get thorn diu-iug July ns I (to not give Icssnns during Auguaf. For appnlntror-nta call noil IRA a WILLIAMS (Continued on Pago Throe) ANNOUNCEMENT I wish to announce my candidacy i for Itonrt Supervisor of German town-! ship at lha Republican primaries I KiM't. 15. 1 was born nnd r.ilaed In Oerman I township. I nm at rreacnt serving! out a O-yo-Ti- term ns S-jpervldor and1 during that time I have huilt several j miles of permanent ro.id in my sec-! tlon of ttio township. my ad-i mlnlBtrallon 1 have always' pndeav t lo RCt received for every idollnr of Dm taxpjiyers money (hat1 went through my hands. It' I am i nominated und elected 1 promise (o 1 Sfnn thu voters and taxpayers tn the future ns In the rast. I fhall make a special effort to ox. i tend to every ono that aamo fair, I square nnd courteous treatment thatj 1 have shown them In the last sU I years that 1 havo lieen enK.igetl In work ot Imlldlng 1 will make nn effort to see oil lha volem In tho township before Sept. IS. I earnestly solicit your Influonca nnd voto In my behalf. 1. A. HUHN (Pol. Adv.) MINERS, NOTICE. Good miners wanted. Machine and pick work. Steady em- pi o y m e n t, open lights, drift mine, good working condi- tions. Splendid board- ing house for Slavish and Polish workers. Apply to Superinten- dent at Cheat Haven, Pa. Southern Connells- ville Coke Co. FOR RENT Modern 5 room apartment, pos si-sslon at once. Xo. 71 East Kay- etto Street, We fire propnved to furnish sand for every building: pur- pose. Our reputation is a defi- nite Assurance of exceptional quality and moderate price. To use it means "good bye" to mortar or cement troubles. HofePaul Company StffLDSKS Your u 'JSrVSr TiSS MSJ' 1 bargalQ matltlee3 gs: o lures o'clock sharp. Show S'30'Roiis. sharp. Try to be seated when the.' Play starts. It's a real dramatic pro- ductlon. See It all, It's certainly worth CARDOPTHANKS We are very grateful to our nmny 17 STEWARTAVHB0TH PHONM BATHE IN PURE WATER AT BEAUTY POOL MARTHA PLACE. HOPWOOD OPEN DAY AND NIGHT food friends and neighbors for "their! A T T m n T-W kind expression of sympathy in our ALL WHEAT BREAD late bereavement. Especially do Sam Flngerett, SS South Gallatin wish to thank the people ot Ohiopyle avenue. iOorley'a Lake. Unlontowu, Mason-1 ;tmrn and McCleilandtown for the kind' SALE OR 2Dc, 30ii and matinees. 50c. Don't miss our NOTICE My wife. Sadie Thompson, and I Albert Thompson, are separated and any bills that she may contract, I will not be responsible for. Signed: Albert Thompson. lur me Kina. UK new ANNOUNCEMENT assistance In recovering tho'frame house, 75 ft. lot, concrete base- I wish to announce mv caTndldarv body of our son and brother. J. Glenn dance hall, restaurant. 8 rooms, for the oHlce ol! Tax Ponelt, r nt Sharpnack. We thank all Uiose who Sale price. J3.000 down; 200 South suVrec oftered and furnished cars for tha yards from Cheat Haven dam. Vittorla of t e j uiieral; the chnir of the Second Pres-; Cheat Haven. Pa. I marv SeDtenibT li Repllblkaa hvtprlnn ._ _ _iop to Church, and the .McClellajvd town choir iuu} quartette for tho fun e.fa.1 selections rendered; the pKl.iotic organizations, the California. Normal School, Klklns Colk-ge. Keystone Club sell quick on account of Illness. NOTICE Etotanos J. Samonaa Brothers that Knights of Pjthlss and Pythian tho Liberty Restaurant and hotel ers. Christian Endeavor So: lotv. Pool room will j day School Classes. IMeuborii and i businesa Wednesday i Gates company stores ami others for' new Whito Star Restaurant in tho (lip beautiful floral tributes they....... We also thank the Junior Order Unit- cA American Mechanics nnd (hft Klnn for Iheir kind assistance lo us aud express our appreiliLlou of their im- prosslvo ritual services. A. L. Slvarpnack and Family. BIG SQUARE DANCE Shady Grovo Tomorrow Night roro orchestra; 5 pieces. IJlfayetto Hotel building at 23 West Peter street Give us a (rial tor good menls. noxl to your homo. Everything up to date. New fixtures, quick servL-e and reasonable prices. 1 am principal of tho Brownflahl Schools, South Union township, and have held that position for tho past three years. If I am nominated ixnd elected to that office f promise yoj un economic, "and faithful administration. I will 1110 I make an effort to see all the voters in. the township before Sep'embai 15. I earnestly solicit your Intl'.ionco and voto In my bohulf. CHARLES L. HANEY, (Pol. Advlg.) Fbr AWNINGS. TENTS anil TAU- PAUUXS. See O. E. HlBViS. Bell H47. 9t S. art. Vernon Avenue. A. W. Miller's Barbar Shop, 71 E. South Cut, 35o; Shave, 15c. DANCE American. and Polish. Work's HIM. Wedm-sday. Hours S to 12. Simko's Orchestra, at J.ly 8, welcome. The Annual "Bradley Specialty Shop" AFTER THE FOURTH CLEARANCE SALE, ALL THIS WEEK 150 NEW, HIGH-GRADE SILK PRINTS SPECIAL REDUCTIONS IN ALL SUMMER DRESSES. Broadcloth flannel and balbrlggan from to All millinery grently reduced. Whlta kid hate All In pattern hate, 1-3 off. Matron hate, 1-3 off. Soarfi and naokwear reduced. It will pay you to our sale ice for yoursalf. 40 Morgantown itreet. TED WEEMS VICTOR RECORD ORCHESTRA SHADY GROVE PARK Friday, July 10th ladlti to THE NATIONAL BANK OF FAYETTE COUNTY M- H- BOWMAN, President CAPITAL, SURPLUS ANO PROFITS MORE THAN A MILLION Statement of Condition June 30, 1925 RESOURCES: LIABILITIES: Loans and Capital Stock____________ _ United States Securities----------------- Surplus and Undivided Prof its Banking House and Fixtures______ Reserves "A "nc Overdrafts _____________________ 871.74 Cash and Due from Banks_________ Circulation________________..... Deposits________________......_. Officers: M. H. BOWMAN, President J. G. BfNNS, Vice President HOMER H. HESS, Cashier WM. B. BERSON, Asst. Cashier J. S. CONRAD, Asst. Cashier Directors: H. BOWMAN W. R. CARU J. G. BINNS R. M. FRY CHAS. S. BOWMAN C. F, KEFOVER If. I-. BURCHINAL S. W. METZLER DR. F. C. ROBINSON   

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