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Morning Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1926, Uniontown, Pennsylvania THE MORNING HERALD VOL. 20. NO, GO. The AVERAGE DAILY CIRCULATION LAST WEEK, UNIONTOWN UNITED FOR PROGRESS UNIONTOWN, FAYETTE COUNTY, THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 192G. SIXTEEN PAGES TWO CENTS WITNESSES STAMP FEENEY AS VICTIM OF DRUGS RETURNED MISSIONARY BLAMES FOREIGN NATIONS FOR MUCH OF PRESENT TURBULENCE IN CHINA The Rev. Charles L. Bromley Tells of His Experiences DESPISE BRITISH i The are much better in (.'hipa than other foreigners the opinion yesterday In an Ir.inrvlcw with a Her- did representative by the Hov. diaries L. Bromley, -who is spending n from his station al Nlngpo, C.iiina. In the rnltei! and who iiresent Is visiting friends In this c-iiy. In out this point Mr. Urotr.'cjy pointed out that all the re- i'lit agitation in chlni! afalr.sl for- riirner.H had i-oen mainly cciHoied about the Hrltlsh subjects residing ihere. while Japanese and IlusMans i'i u i-Hine in for more cianlty than Mr. und Mr.v. Hi'Mulny are irli.-lonarlcs- Ir fhlmi representing Uclh.'l church "It-'e'i-'-im: ilv. -.abject, of China, Mr r.iomley is (jiinliilcd 10 make all fit the lur- bul'-nt Kast. I'.'ir'.'ruUiriy that sec li'ii' (u storlhiTii Chliui r.c: i his stn- lii.-i. as hits spent virtually 12, Irivlne gop.e out China in Afifr spending sr-vtt r ii Mi lin.ntley irui his family i riia.ii'-d ID (lie States for :i r of and i.L'e-iialf and i th.- ir.oscnt vis-it ua carrying his washing which Mi-s. Hry. t'ii.iiii t-li'.i.e ISi'O. Mr. Bimnley dc ii was the outgrowtU if iii-tn-r BOctton of tho (u-ijlniiiiis to tbat l> ,1 by I'snlf and should not be .-tni coiU-il jiowrr.'. The old edtv ational in wbith '-nl-j of government were nppoim- r i their posltiiiii" b-raii.-e of their of t'-.r- CMnes-' i'i CI.KViil.AXD, Mai-i-h IT of the Ohio. HiH-ktnfr V.iiley and- Nuklo at their regular monthly meet- today faik-d to shed any light on rho intentions of the in regard to the unification OL roads with ilie Tere and the Krie No was mad" other than that nf illvt dends. o'i-fock. .iftf r lunch, the aftentoon will be to the iusiitute rtupt. i' H. Smith of the Conr-Ilsvilli' i-clioels nnd Avsistani Cmiiuy Super- fntend'-nt .1. Robinson will lie the Music will be by looal talent. i Iu the rending i ou'.os! four pri7.es ner took care of for him. As JIcKin-1 ney prepared to leave. Miss Mankins A XT dcclnred that she and Mrs. Bryner' WEiltttl A IN tllLiril asked hir.i to come as they were afraid Varr.er. This McKInuey did. leaving first to put his car away which had been standing out in front of the Brynei hi-tr.e all of the night before. MURDER TRIAL HALTS; LAWYER IS TAKEN SICK Thomas E. Stone, former tri-stat e prohibition otiicf-r in chartjr of Ohio, Indiana and Michigan, made a raid Aup. 13. 3925, ou ihe Superior Indus- Ti'THTn -r-vT-ir. t m-n'tr'al company plant in Cleve land, which has just, resulted in the DliiBATEi return of indituuents by a Cleveland federal grand jury against 112 men li.-in; K-initially away ivlth I will bo given, rirst prize second the who -'onnirie." to ionni t'l" evict of ilu-ir homo Intur date and the same schedule .of pi'i'.es will bo awarded to the win- Control Customs jr.ers. The u.in sitKittlon is th'i main, iveic donated as follows: Un- of the iiidiwiviil lujioniowu National and Trust China .I'fordinif to -Mr. Bj-oiuley ivho Company. f'nfon National B.ink :haf in prize K. third foartb p.1zr dectared Vnr their own Thr'Hpolllnr contest will be held :ne.y sitting in the parlor and PRIVATE SALE OF REAL ESTATE j Hy virtue of the authority con- talned in tho will of Emma V. D. Jeffries, late of Uniontown. Pa., de Imported Swiss Cheese Jutt received this genuine imported Of the very finest quality, too. 65c IB. THE PUBLIC MARKET Back of Weit Tarmlnal D-Foot coul from Livingood mills 13 dmuaed; Mo shoveled. Boll 1978. ror McKin-1 .ess. Mc.KIn- out his gun i ug into the ceiling just above j where Varner was standing. Varner' raised his "gun again nnd McKluney -t shot twice, saying at the same time toi the youug woman, "Get out the door." i "As I was going out the door I heard i another shot said Miss Man-i kins. She and McKtnney went out to-! ceased, wo will sell tha home prop- sether. erty where she resided situate at the Other witnesses introduced by the! corner of Pennsylvania commonwealth during the nay testified (Shady I-ano; and Jefferson Strom "1Bt the last'shot struck Bryner who j in ITnlontowu For prli-e and In tho h'tchon of tho house and i Trust w-ho attempted to grab Varner ami; testa.- prevent further shooting. The two 1 men wrestled together and finally fell 1 I on n bed. The struggle ended when a! man named K.ble entered the house 1 and took Varner's gun away from him.' Valuer left the house immediately j while. Uryner lay wounded on the bed. I We will soil at public aifctl.ui lho local a' llevore Farm, (between Cont.luentAl No. t and Mo. 3) on Friday, Mar. AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M. SHARP about 20 head ot jrood seownd-hanit gone back to bar. Miss Mankin horsos. all fit for outside, work. Thoro dared, are a few fine brood mams In this lot. This will ha n fine opportunity lo buy eood work horses cheap. Termi of salt: Strictly each of sale see Fnyetto Title (Vimpanv. admtnlstrarnr r.tini m-intii annexo Horse Associated GENEVA, March IT. The. assembly of the League of Nations ended Its labors today said the principal object for which It had been convened remained un- accomplished. Germ.any'3 election to the-league has been postponed until the September session and necessarily Germany has been compelled to the honor of a permanent seat in the league council. After 10 days of negotiationi? Brazil maintained her decision to veto Germany's election unless she herself was accorded a permanent seat in the council. Italy alone of all the great pow- ers represented permanently In the council refrained from Joining In the expression of regret that Ger- many by forco of events bad to content herself out side the league for the time being. MARION CONNELLY OPERATED UPON Filends 01 Miss Marlon Connelly t an emergency operation for appendicitis yesterday. Miss Connelly j has been in the Uniontown hospital 14 weeks suffering with a broken log suf- 1 fered when she was struck by an au- tomobile. It had been planned to re- move the cast from her leg yesterday but she was taken suddenly ill about S o'clock, the operation being per- formed at 1 o'clock in the afternoon. 'She was resting as well as possible last nlsht. He told me he was going TO luy R and make me inan- Ik5 He said he had already bought two or three businesses that day in- By Associated ivess clutiing Georgs Abbott's shop. JACKSOXVILLB, Fla.. March 17. !At times he was lively, singing a aong Vharles Ponzl who acquitted executing a jig. a federal charge of usin? the malls "The next time I saw him was at to defraud la a hearinsc before United' about G o'clock on the morning of tho States Commissioner Carl noble today twenty-seventh. He looked droopy will not conduct any business affaiis anil drowsy and shortly afterwards ha until after April 1 when he, is to down in the basement of tha went to sleep in the back automobile." On cross-examination the witness deuled that he had told, P. J. Wright The specific charge- brought by the suite agaiust 1'ouzi is the alleged' failure to file a copy of tho deod of- It list under which he sold the lots of the Chnrpon Laud Syndicate with the) swer a state charge nt violating the i Florida real estate law of 1923. Frank oi Brennnu. counsel for Ponzl. said to- I.Continued on Paga Three i secretary of state. WESTMORELAND GAS COAL LUMP OH MINE RUN. CALL CUDDY BELL 2860. FOOD SALE Ml'ss Mankins said she hud known! ELLA PEACH CLASS j McKinney for about two years. At the] Saturday. March cfl nt 10 o clock In pi i Umo sho met him, Mc.Kinney was not basement of Third Presbyterian; k rlCO LhlCken bUpper living with his wife but be has since Church. I Mt. OHvet Baptist Church. Stewart do..! Ave.. I'riday. March 19. 6 p. in.I Mrs. K. J. A. W. Millar's Barber Shop. 71 E. South Cut. 35o; Shave lie. W. J. RAINEY, Inc. WEST END DRUG STORE Soda Cigars J- Blumenschein, Phnr. COR MAIN Prescription Service Carter Ice Cream In All In BULK DR. C. H. SHERRY Only Chiropractor In Fayotte County 14 East Church St, 421-M. Pittsburgh 9-Ft. Coal 130 BU, DELIVERED. BELL FOR RENT Store, 170 B. JUln 8L rad'a Shoe Store. WILL DELIVBn ANY SIZE LOAD OC COAL AT 180. BBLL 1158-R. YEARS OF SERVICE have been giving a service for years that, been satisfactory, olhciwise wo would not be able to enroll throe and four members from Ih6 samci family. N'ow Is tlniu to begui your training tor a good pottttliMi. nomem- ber, the btislnoss nxnn is paying for son-Ice, not tor tho privilege of train- ing you. He can got young men and (woman who have beun (ruined, roll In our today. DOUGLAS BUSINESS COLLEGE 86 E. Fayatta St. Uniontown, WHO'S BABY (Dixio Knows) Starting with today's matinee tho _____________ Your Hurry" Company ofttn' i a complete change of program, pre- ELECTION OF COUNTY their hilariously funnv laugh SUPERINTENDENT j ing stage vehicle entitled i Notice Is hereby given that the; Baby." Don't miss seeing "Bud 'school directors of Fuyette. County, Brownie." that blues killing comedian, win meet at the Municipal Building, In this Mil. Hs's especially good and ,111 I'ntontown. Pa-., on Tuesday, the is nicely supported by a company oi 113th day of April, ivili. at Post slnjera. dancers and Much Meridian, for the purpose of electing interest is in. evidence vlrins' done and savo money. J. E. BURD I Dyvor Ave. fTtiinn i USED TIRES J2.00 UP LAUQHERY A ARTI8 95 S. QALLATIN AVE, Uixlo pairont will be glad to leuni that America's greatest "Itubo" conifiltan. Marrihall Wtilkor will le- itUIU H'-.vt With new all'! j new stnft. SNOW OR RAIN lie dlimpe.il; 13c' COAL Hell 15S-J. Rye and Pompernikle BREAD SAM FINGERETT IS South OlHatln CKy Jiu-t the samn you'll enjoy owning! En-iniy beautiful Jewelt sedan. (paint, tires, etc-., complete eniitpinen'J i Ine.hhling bumpers, snntibers, wiutei j johuttw, etc, Don't delay come tmiay Ses lierwyn S. tHMweller at Garage. 7S K. FayettB St., Boll FOR SALE T lumso. hull butl> eli-oiric and KA3. hot ulr hMtx-r, Hiid i-hlckon coop. lot. 40x150 on 64 lOvans St. A bit "gain fTSOO cssh, liviulro ftt, 04 IwYHUS, Uio BRADLEY SHOPPE ANNOUNCES SPRING OPENING Wednesday and Thursday MARCH 17TH AND 18TH Showing distinctivu atyloii iu Jr Utcrtt fabricfl and colord of the mid mllllmiD, n.' .ill OU- Reasonably MEZZANINE CITUEN8 BLOO.
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