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Warren Evening Mirror (Newspaper) - July 1, 1911, Warren, PennsylvaniaWashington a c., july a fair tonight and sunday., last week of cont1sti Cash sub. 00 be you paid your Back subscription to contestant ourth Warren pa., saturday july 1, 1911. Price two Pennsy train was held up bandits Rifle cars near Erie and escape. Three trainmen shot obstruction on tracks causes Engineer to Stop passengers terrorized by fusillade. Erie pa., july fast mail and passenger train on the Philadelphia Erie Railroad was held up Friday night five Miles from this City by a band of a dozen masked men. The mail and express cars were rifled and three of the Crew h Block of Erie mail clerk h. D. Rooney Erie conductor f. Brakeman were injured. Block was shot in the right Side and was taken to a Hospital in a dying cond iting. Mooney received serious injuries when he was hit with a Stone thrown by one of the robbers. Arm. In the train was due in this City at Friday night. A few minutes be fore 10 o clock when the train was Mak ing a Large curve the Engineer saw an obstacle ahead. He stopped the train All possible Speed but not before it crashed into ties and Telegraph poles that had been placed across the track. Shots Greet passengers Warren were aboard other phases of local interest re Garding the How up. Considerable of local interest is attached to the hold up of the Pennsyl Vania train near Erie Friday evening. This train passed through Warren at 7i45-and the local colouring is injected into the Story from several standpoints residents were on the train Between fifteen and Twenty tickets having been sold from the local office to passengers bound for the Pearl City of the lakes and when they return Home they will probably have interesting tales to Tell of the various sensations that crept Over them Dur ing the nervy hold up. That the bandits knew what train they would be the most liable to make a Good haul on is an assured fact. All Money received during the Day at the passenger and freight offices Between Kane and Erie is sent to Erie by express on this train. It is nearly All in currency and the total amount runs into Many thousands of dollars. From the Warren office nearly was sent in Friday and this below the daily average. Charles h--cjsenvell7 detective for the Pennsy stationed in Warren was probably one of the the com Pany s officials to be called. He was notified during the night and left by the first train this morning. Scores of other detectives and special officers passed through on their Way to the scene of the hold up and it is an assured fact that the bold bandits will be Given a hot one of the express cars which was in the train that was held up was a part of the train which passed through War in Oil City attorneys discussed Andrews murder Case. Do not credit Story place Little or no Faith in Hodge confession and do not believe h will help Andrews. When the train hit the obstruction it of the Tram a Nan passed to rough Vav. 4at. He Nas seffers that Ren at nine o clock this morning and the was first believed by the passengers that there had been a collision with another train. Next moment however the crack of revolvers acquainted them with the real reason for the train s Stop As the train came to a standstill Sev eral of the passengers alighted to As certain the trouble. Their Drew Thomas esq., of Mercer who was associated with District at Torney f. J. Lyons in the prosecution of James in. Andrews for the murder of Emile Amann last january reached Oil City from his Honie late Friday after noon. Attorney Lyons and h. G. Myers assistant superintendent of the Pinkerton National detective Agency of Buffalo w ent to that City from Warren arriving there at 10 o clock Friday night and the three men held an extended conference regal Ding the new phase in the murder ease the alleged confession of mrs. Hodge that she had accidentally shot Amann while keeping a Clandestine appointment with him the attorneys and detective were rather reticent when asked for an interview but did not seem to feel that the ase of Andrews had been helped a great Deal by this newest development. They pointed out that the attorneys for tie defendant had the Hodge woman under subpoena for at least a week before the trial of Andrews Tor murder Home stretch for big Celebration whipping final details into shape for Warren s fourth. Five the Many Bullet holes which could be observed on the ear were evidence of the opened and Tjit the Story was bandits method of frightening those a weeks old before it was Given out. Wjt Hiu and keeping them from opening intimation was that if the statement the door or attempting to fire upon of the was valuable to the de them. Some of the passed through both sides ear. A num the fire of the band of masked men and Ber of Warren residents at the station there was a Stampede to re enter the i. 1 cars. Inspected the car and marvelled to think that any of those who were held an unknown braver prisoners escaped death sub Jlas Chance to show Good fellow spirit last Lap of a seven weeks Kace nearly Over. Have you Given your subscription to one of the contestants what have you done to help the last the last moment the final crisis in the Mirror s great automobile contest is Here at 9 o clock tonight the polls will of the great fight will be known. Every Toni Testant in the race has worked hard and faithfully to the accomplishment of her ambition to win the prizes. Not continued on Page 3. Elpet Tang torn from in Hospital i rest caught hold of one of the was picked up bodily and Obj Jown Over a 300 foot _ embankment. His condition is serious. The Man s head body were badly Cut and his -.astj, of fam is Back. He was in an unconscious a. Condition. The selected by the robbers was Ideal for their work. On one Side of the Railroad is a Large Ravine and the other Side is a the men had hid Den among the Trees. It was from this Point that All of them made their appearance when the train came to a Stop. Almost before the train had reached the obstruction the masked band had taken up their position at practically every Entrance to the cars the passengers began pouring from the train there was a few Sharp cries from the to get Back into the ears. When a of the excited passengers failed take this advice the bandits opened they shot along the sides 01 the with the windows and this effectively put an end to the curious site of thifs passengers. 3 cars there was a panic. A women fainted while the june brides were scarce in Warren Only Twenty nine permits to wed issued during the month Are june weddings growing less popu Lar or is marriage in this part of the country suffering a decline these two Ber of the bar to defend her. Questions were answered either Way by a Mirror representative who called at the county recorder s office this morn sense it would have been produced Dur ing the Progress of the trial. Whether or not it would have a bearing upon the motion of the defendants attorneys for a new trial District attorney Lyons was not. Prepared to say explaining that any statement in answer to such a question would be merely his opinion. District attorney Lyons states that tie woman s Story will undoubtedly be brought to attention of the court county but it will before this is done at the earliest. Resi Dent s of Warren who Are familiar with the facts Are not disposed to Atta ii much More importance to the woman s tale than the attorneys and detective who conferred yesterday profess to do. No new developments this has been a Day void of any sensations whatever in the Andrews Mur Der Case and it May be some time before the residents of Warren Vicinity have an Opportunity to read another chapter in the celebrated Sase. The principals Are both in jail one convicted and pie other awaiting trial in sep tember. Aside from the argument for a new trial for j. Andrews which will be presented by the defense with in the next ten Days it is not expected that there will be Many developments of a sensational character until Senteny Ber unless another confession should crop out. Has no counsel the prisoners Are reported by sheriff Park to be enjoying themselves As Best they can. Orders from the District at Torney that no person be allowed to Call upon miss Hodge Are being strictly enforced by the sheriff and his Deputy. As yet the prisoner has retained no counsel and therefore no lawyer not even d. D. Arird is allowed to Call upon her. She has been notified that she can have counsel but As yet has declined to express a desire for a Legal representative. Should she continue to refuse counsel it will then become the duty of the court to appoint some Mem unheralded the month of july was ushered in this morning and the Small boy and the older ones too were Dee lighted with the Advent of the month that holds tie glorious fourth. Keen anticipation has marked the coming of the fourth this year As a Celebration has been planned that will be Safe and sane and at the same time will be one of the biggest Ever held in this Sec Tion weeks. Past a coterie of boosters headed by a. A. Prutz As chairman have been humping themselves about the town Eata Pauling into offices and strenuously extracting funds with which to make the Eagle rip his old Throat in an outburst of glee Over the nation s birthday. Everybody has been seen and the funds have in with a Hustle and bang but there still remains some what of a void in the finance account and any person with an overburden of Sheckles is even urged to part with a substantial slice of filthy Lucre. Fifty million Gink or about More could be used in Good shape and the committee makes a last Appeal for a dipping of Ink and the exercise of a Check Book. The committee asks that every whistle and every in the City be rung j on the night when the old town clock rings out Midnight and that every citizen eating his breakfast on the fourth Don his slippers. Out and hang. Flags. Mittee wants the town decorated As it never was before and. Urges every per son to Aid the stores and George Folk Man to swell their Bank accounts by doing some decorating. The 1 ourth is to be a red hot Day. The weather Man has promised and he never makes a mistake on big Days except once his foot slipped and in. Place of a Fine Day promised he spilled some Snow on a president s inauguration. The weather Man however has promised that if the boys Are according to the opinion Here it is not if train that expert robbers could be exited to attack. It is believed the were foreigners., to within a few moments after work of the Holdup was received Here every officer in the City was called on to a of them boarded a special train x for the scene while others were taken there in automobiles and other convey ances. Late last night the surrounding com Fri was dotted with men and lanterns continued on Page two ing and compared the number of Benedicts and Sweet june brides with entering into the nuptial state in the same month of 1909 and 1910. It was found that in june 1909. There were forty weddings celebrated and in forty six. But in 1011 we find the appealing decrease of seventeen wed dings less than in 1910. Or Twenty nine what is the reason for is it that the High Cost of living has deterred those contemplating entering the state from doing so prunes and Rice among the newly weds have certainly gone up. Perhaps Warren has such a bad name name on account of All the of late that cupid has fled our limits or May be they were All too Busy attending at the court House to think ried. Whatever the trouble was certainly a decided falling off fit number of licenses issued and we Are afraid if Teddy Roosevelt should our midst he face shocked in still loves his wife pout Huron mich., july though asserting that he was forced to separate from his wife by her continued demands for things which he could not furnish. Arthur Drake 33 years still retains his love for the woman under arrest in Warren on her alleged confession of killing Temple am Ann. Drake says his Only feeling is one of the woman who bears bin name. Would let Stella come Home and live with me if she would Promise to do right in the future and i could believe he said. I altering by and often forced to Stop liking because overcome by emotion. Drake. Told the Story of his courtship arid marriage to the woman. Three she had a go0d reputation James Grady overcome while fixing pipe in a dug Well Olean june 30 James Grady born Iii clean 55 years ago was asphyxiated in a fourteen foot dug Hole Oil Well by. Natural Gas thursday afternoon. The Accident occurred near the vacuum Oil company Plant. The enormous leakage from the Plant has caused a fever of Oil excitement and the Oil rights on Small building lots have sold As High As and As Many As eight shallow Wells have been dug on one lot. Common water pumps Are used to pump the Oil into barrels after which it is drawn to the vacuum Plant and sold. Some of the Oil is of the Best refined Grade. Or. Grady went Down one of the Wells to fix the pipe and was overcome by the Gas. J. C. Collins of the a. Weston Lum Ber company nearly lost his life and he had to make two attempts before he could get a rope around or. Grady s body. Or. Grady is unmarried and has spent his entire life in Olean. Sailors strike assumes most alarming proportions two big Atlantic liners departure is delayed by the strike Liverpool. July departure today of the two liners sue Vic and arabic the latter for can Ada was postponed on account of the Sailor strike. The sixth fire within two Days aboard was today officers insist the lires were started by strikers. An Appeal was made today to the strikers to unload some provision boats and prevent actual suffering from Lack of food but they replied. Food Short age is the most effective weapon in any kind of tug men joined tiie strike today. Titis interfered with the handling of steamers including the Ltd titania. Circled Singer building in a Wright biplane new american Cross country record established new York july Man hat Tan the skyscraper District of new York had its first genuine aeroplane thrill to Here be Here be the polls in the Mirror s automobile and prize contest will close tonight at 9 o clock Sharp. The contestants in the race Are All so close together that it is a conjecture As to who the winners will be. If you have not yet Given one of the Young ladies in the race your subscription for a year or More do it tonight. Come to the Mirror office before 9 o clock and come prepared to take out a subscription from someone. There will probably doing at the polls when the last votes Are cast and the judges take matters in hand better come out and see who the winners Are and come with the intention of helping some ambitious Young win that automobile. Playing game of life George e. Vincent gave pointers in lecture. Life is not a lottery musical treat for monday Chautauqua programme for today and tomorrow. Chautauqua june the devotional hour this mailing in the am Bishop John h. Vincent speaking on the Sabbath it is unfortunate to caricature the ancient Mode of Christian serice and Unpi Pivous to Erit size any Day Ich May be used As a Day on when to serve god. It is As necessary now for a pedagogical Sabbath As in. The Days of the jews and the original idea is just As much needed. Great cause of our disregard of the sabbat ii As it should be observed is a Lack of a real want of the in Bee Tive life. The True uses of the. Sabbath. Are first the change of occupation. Second the Domestic comforts of a Well Sabbath third Public recognition of the Sabbath As a Day of rest Anil quiet. Chautauqua closes its Gates to give a Day of rest and quietness to its peo Plet the idea of different Denoird nations is a Good and necessary one Bej Posi Tive on one Church and belong to it. But cultivate toleration and sympathy do not depreciate a Man because. He does not believe As you do. X perhaps you do not know what he believes. Do not be l at 11 a. M., in the amp theatre Henry b. Vincent gave the first of Bali Organ recitals for the season. President George lecture on playing the p. In the amphitheatre said it is not wonderful if men in. Relating anything use metaphors. A com Niece rent brings out All of the speech. A Milestone is a Way. Of "life1 is another and along Highway of life we find the worn out and ready to quit foot and we meet the Happy traveler who travels along the Highway like the autom Omle. Idle is a Battle. We get the militant Mea continued Oil Page two store open monday night and tuesday july 4th, until Spony specials for the fourth exceptional values in men s and Young men s hand tailored suits you ask t afford to miss these wonderful values. Sec window display. Days after never wanted to see me again. I did preparing for Are a number of Railroad men in Warren who have aspirations to promotions through the full Crew Bill which was recently signed by the governor. Examinations Are being held in Renovo and Erie and a number from Here have already taken them and others will in the near future the Law is such that it will require the services of on nearly All of the Pennsylvania passenger trains and for these positions there Are Many applicants. _ t the Over How-1

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