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   Morning Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1929, Uniontown, Pennsylvania                               THE MORNING HERALD UNIONTOWN UNITED FOR PROGRESS LAST WEEK VOLUME 23. NO. 238 UNIONTOWN, FAYETTE COUNTY, PENN'A.. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1929 LURED TO DEATH POLICEMAN SAYS Washington Patrolman Convinc- ed That Dayton's Act Was Premeditated HEAD DETECTIVE AGREES WASHINGTON, OcL 14, Robert ,T. Allen, patrolman of the Washtng- toa force whose determination result- ed lu a grand Jury indictment IB the McPheraon homicide case two weeks ago and also brought about the demo- lion ot an inspector and a lieutenant of native, declared 'yesterday that! Marjorle O'Donuell, who was biu'ied! fWmiovV In Pittsburgh Friday, came to her v dentil as the result of a attack at the hands of Dexter Churchill Dayton, aud not, as he con- fesses, as the outcome of jealousy in hlB drunken stupor. The McPheraon and the O'Dounoil cases are In part parallel. Bach wom- an was strniiKled to death and at ap- proximately the samo n. in., although on different dates. By coincidence. Allen, whose persistent efforts first brought him a suspension at the Instigation of superior officers, was one of the officers on (he two murder boats. Two daya before Marjorle O'Donnell was slain. Allen had been restored lo duty .on the, recommendation ot the irand jury, which congratulated him and vvus transferred from No. 3 pre- the si-one of tho McPheison tragedy, to Xo. S, ihe locale of the O'Donnell murder. The college-educated po- liceman is convinced now thai Bay- ion's net wan premeditated, and claims to have conclusive proof which lie will present to the grand jury. Cbler of Dclocllves Walter K. Em- erson also .believes that ample evi- dence has been obtained lo prove pro meditation. t'pqu Investigating iho slaying of Miss O'Donnell, Allen said, he discov- ered that Daylon rented ihe room at tlio Hoosevplt Hotel, giving assumed names and telling tho clerk tlmt ho Annual Meeting at the Hospital This Evening Annual meeting the Union- town Hospital Association will be held In the medical hall In the hos- pital this evening at 8 o'clock. Three trustees are to be elected aud annual reports of tho opera- tion of the hospital presented by the various officers. A full attendance of members of the association Is desired. DEATH TRUCK DRIVER HELD Jury Recommends Manslaughter Charge Against Hnrry Tissue, Somerfleld C. OF C. STARTS SHIRT FACTORY NEGOTIATIONS Committee Also Will Investigate Possibilities of Securing State Park in County TWO CENTS HALLOWE'EN OCTOBER 31 Negotiations looking toward estab- lishment of a shirt factory In Unlon: town wore considered at the regular meeting of. the Untontown Chamber of Commerce yesterday. Michael Berko- wltz, head o{ the Industry, has been. here looking over the local situation and tentative propositions have been made looking toward erection of a branch factory here which eventually would employ some 300 women and Further negotiations will be e'ecutlve field, continued on when the truck he was driving struck and killed Homer Another committee will look Into the possibility of having a slate park established in Fayette county follow- recommended tlmt the driver be held on a charge of manslaughter. Mr. Tissue had made and signed a state- ment in which ho admitted that ho became frightened when the Injury took place and failed to stop. PRIME MINISTER SPENDING DAY IN NIAGARA FALLS Ramsay MacDonald to Cross In- to Canada Today; Daughter Ishbel Rides in Engine DELEGATIONS AT STATIONS By Associated Press NIAGARA PALLS, N. Y., Oct. 14 "After an all day ride on a special train from New York Ramsay Mac- Donald, British premier, arrived hero today for a stay of a day before cross- ing into Caanda tomorrow for confer- ences with Prime Minister MacKen- zle King. At Ottawa Thursday the two states- men will talk lu Mr. King's country place and in an address in the eve- ning Mr. MacDoaald ia expected to make an announcement of importance relating to one phase of the situation growing out of his conferences with President Hoover. During his train ride the British' prime minister prepared a farewell message to the American people to be made public Tomorrow.- before he I crosses the international boundary. i While her father slept in his private j 4 KILLED IN BLAST IN M'KEESPORT MILL Walks Into Train To End His Life Constable Provance of the and waters of the state. Wednesday evening, October SO, wna set as the official Hallowe'en, cele- j bration for Uniontown. A celeb'ratlon i is planned by the American Legion M'58 iBhbel MacDonald rode for and. a committee the Chamber of] more .than eighty miles in the cab ot l Commerce will co-operate In the mat- tlu; massive locomotive. She held the u-irri tpr 1( Is that mummers will i throttle for a time under the direction roY.n hero from all ovW tlie county. Engineer Daniel Grace and blew ed in U of 'HssTic Tlle of W. C. Hood as a locomotive's whistle and rang the eu in in. urn si. ot UBbiie. member ot the board was accepted, Mr. i She got a thrill out of her experi- "UoodbYH I can't stand it" tluJ Impossible to attend1 A number of routine matters were. consMcreii. cover sheet of a testament which was found In the coat pocket ot Thomas Sblroa of 202 Kast Fayette street, Union- town, who fatally allot himself Sep- tember 30 and who died October 4 in the Unioiitowti Hospital. The note was written, in pencil am! unsigned. Mr. Shires liad been (n ill health and several times previous threatened to "end It all." Conscious after tiio shot iiati been fired Into bis head Mr. Shlrea asked, was netting tho room for himself and i "What have 1 wifo. DEATH OF GIRL TO BE PROBED By AssoeiMpd PITTSBURGH, Oct. 14 Roben Voelker ot McKeesport said here today he would ask Now York police lo investigate the death of hla BRIDGE TOURNAMENT DATE IS CHANGED Because ot conflict iu reserva- tion's the date' of the duplicate contract bridge pair champion- ship, which was to have been held October 22 in the White Swan Hotel, has heen changed to Mon- day, October 28. This announce- ment was made last night by Joseph H. Smith, chairman of the tournament committee of the Tri- State Auction Bridge League, which is sponsoring the champion- ship event. Play will start at p. ID. with duplicate auction as the side game. Partially Identified Man Believed to Be Resident of Revere; Suf- I fers Broken Skull METAL SHOWER BURNS SEVEN Molten Mass Overflows From Ladle Into Water in National Tube Company Plant Four "oci, men were killed and burned, U: seven GIGANTIC LAKE NEARS MIAMI Revere, the papers indl- euce and smiled radiantly as she step ped from the cab at Rochester. At Albany ihe prime minister was greeted by Mayor J. Boyd Thatcher, Jr., and mem tiers of the city council. A band of Welshmen was at the sta- tion at Utica aud gave a cheer for a. I Million'! of fellow countryman Thomas Jones, OI principal secretary of the British cab- inet who is in the MacDonald group. At Syracuse a large group of Social- ists under Fred Sander greeted Mr. MncDonald addressing him as "com- rade" and crowding forward lo tha car ulatform to shake hands with him. At Rochester a quartet of Scotch MeKeespovt. was almost instantly killed and Carl Hoffman, 30. and Phillip Sandmeycr both of Oreenock. died later at a hospital of burns. John Hando (lied late tonight. Hot metal was showered for a con- siderable area in the plant which was not badly damaged. Plant officials said a iiouring "S cartridges for hie gnu Monday morn- ing and look consldenfoTe-clo'thiug lo Iho room. "The gun and tho box of cartridges woro found under a pillow ou (be bed where Iho girl was leu declared. "The ported as found dead." At- cartridges lu the gun had been fnkeu from the box. which Indicates lie premeditated some kind of gun COLLIER MAN FURNISHES BAIL IN-'ASSAULT CASE son In New York yesterday. The death Scottish airs. was listed as n suicide but friends of At Buffalo rhe group was gree the glr! said they believer! she had j by Mayor Prank X. Schwab, city ofli -MIAMI. Fla., Ocl. ti. Millions of acres of water forming a gigantic lake slowly moving across country toward Miami aud the coun aiiaim aua me eoun- try :to the south was seen lato today G Csrl Adams', engineering g hc-ad of Glenn H. Curtiss Properties -tollu Murphy ot Collier was held for court under hall yesterday when (UTnlRiied before Alderman Maft swallowed poison by accident. The j cinls and business men girl left here four years ago and be- In NIngara Falls the was mat 'made an aerial survey of the came a cloak and artist s model under by members ot the-State Reservation north of Hl.ileah the immo of Joyce Davis, her father i committee who enterlained the snld. she was married six months ago mier and those with bin to William Kvans who recently took tonight. Tomorrow out a Jn.OiHl insurance policy upon her i early visit to ple- at a dinner there be an the American side of life, the father said he WHS informed. Niagara Palls and soon'after noon the The entire section was covered by a silver sheet, Adams said. The Miami City Commission this afternoon appropriated an emergency Said lo have stepped in from of tiie' "'S blmleu' oae seriously, lodny engine of an extra B. and O. freight i a" of at the south bound, at the East Main street I the Company, 1 crossing, last evening at o'clock The blasl occurred when I a partially, identified man, about 55 motal from a tadlo years old, was fatally hurt when I at a i knocked to the right-of-way, ]fi feet i I from the crossiug. Papers in tlie j man's pocket failed to give complete i identification but. according to police.! I the man's name is Veranaky. His j address cated. i. The man died on the way to the j Uniontovvu Hospital where he was taken by the State Police who arrived! not stopped in time I at the scene shortly after the acct- ing the ladle to overflow dent. The man was found to be dead .__________ '_ when taken into the emergency room IGNITES BARN NEAR YOUGH CITY CON 11 A barn was set on lire near to- duy by a single bolt of lightning which came froin a clear sky. Harry Joy of Tanyard Hollow, owner the build- ing, said bis loss was Missionary School To Be Visited By Delegation at the hospital. He is believed to of Water Re- llave (lifld a fractured skull and in- (JlAivKr Police are con- blOWly Moving tinning their investigation to locate Across Country; Dike Breaks _ _ The man is described as, being five By Associated f'x.et nine 'uches tall, of medium build, with light hair tioged with gray. He, wore a mustache and is apparently of foreign birth. The .body was remov- ed to Uie Johnston mortuary to be prepared for burial. The engineer ot the train, 6. A Smith of Cotmellsvitle, failed to see fund of for cutting a drainage ditch in the southwest section of the city to reduce the high water. A fund Page Fourteen) SCOTTDALE ELKS TO PLACE MARKERS FORAVIATORS Plan? liRve been submitted in anil by 111.' PlMsburgli Avlntloii tnilusii Ic.-i -Corporation for Ilie erec- tion of an aviation marker lo lie pine- eri mi of HuUdiiiK- iu Scntiiliiii' iii ;iu ,.Uviy The lunrhei- will coiislsi of "Scotiihile, Pa." In H fool lellrrs; "U. l'. .ICIk's" 111 S fool lot tors; n -irj fool meridian innrkrr and a III fool airport murker imlnlfng   Aruciii'iin Legion iitr- I'ori, I'ouiH'llnvillo, vvlilch is Ilic near- est lion. Til.' Klks roinmtiicc. in cliarso ot erection or marker. romprlsed of W, II. Sleelsmitb, cb.iinnuii; r i'unnlnRliam. C. p. l.owis nnii .1. Hiimlirv. Tho romintuoo luis iu uccorduure vvllh (lie Nation- Hi Aviiulon Association's rocommeU' ilailotw and is receiving Hssistaiioo from Hie PillKluii-gli Aviiillon Indiia- irti-is (Mrjtorallon In tin- erection of ilio lireii murker in tbe viiiniiv  was appointi'il hy tlovornor Kishi-r ttiituj Us membership is Major" A. Uebert. 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