Pittsburgh Courier – Sept 28, 1923McKeesport, PaOn Wednesday, August 29th, under the auspices of the Colored Men and Women’s Political Organization of Allegheny County, and for J. Denny ONeill, candidate for County Commmissioner, a meeting was held in the Chill Montgomery Hall, 117 Second Avenue. The vice president of the organization, McLevy Campbell, made the opening address, and urged all race voters to consolidate their votes for the commissioner candidate. Other speakers were Daniel Stratton, David Rosenberg, Roy Seahorn, F. Miller, Ves Gainnage and William Jones, the latter of Duquesne. The meeting was presided over by Chill Montgomery.A tragical outcome of some boys frolic was the result on Wednesday, August 29, when two boys, Edward Garland and Albert Martin, the latter white, were drowned at the capsize of a row boat in the Youghiogheny River near the Boston Bridge shortly before 2 P. M.By the use of grapping hook, the body of young Garland was brought up at 3:30 P.M., and young Martin at 8:3O P. M.Funeral services for Edward Lee Garland were held at 413 Walnut Street, Versailles, on Saturday, September 1st, at 2 P. m & m . M. from the home of his parents. Rev. O. jewelry stores . A. Bell, pastor of Bethlehem Baptist Church, officiated.The funeral of Eugene F. Martin, aged 14 years, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred F. Martin, of 701 Third street, Versailles, was held on Friday, August 31st, at 3 P. M. His burial was in Mt. Vernon Cemetery.Mrs. Ira Johnson is ill at her home on Tube Works Street.Mrs. kay . Ada Settles and sister are spending a vacation in Virginia.Rev. S. A. Davenport and family, of Wheeling, W. Va. are visitors here. Mrs. C. C. White of 1330 Locust Street, left town for an extended visit during which she will visit Washington, D. C., Philadelphia, Pa., and Staunton, Va.Concerning the engagement notice of last week in this paper, Lawrence Doton enters an entire denial of the event.