"A vast industrial miracle is coming to Pittsburgh"
I am not quite sure that all worked out.
And that was just the beginning. Seems like much of the whole issue was devoted to the story of how coal and technology was going to save Pittsburgh. One of the secondary stories still on the front page there starts literally with this line "A vast industrial miracle is coming to Pittsburgh".
Miracles are good. In Pittsburgh all the better. Beatification may have been a bit premature.
Another story with the headline "Way is paved for many new plants in area" in that issue leads with this sentence: "Many industries never dreamed of in Pittsburgh can spring up here as a result of turning western Pennsylvania soft coal into gas and liquid fuels". Quite a statement since we tend to dream up a lot here.
Somewhere out there is some media coverage that mentions in passing that the promised commerical plant would not be built.
and on an inside page is a article "How the coal cracking process will work". Amazing what goes around, comes around.