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Kane Republican, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1915, Kane, Pennsylvania V 7 DANES DAILY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO I KANES INTERESTS WEATHER FORECAST KAIK TONIGHT AND OAY VOL XXI NO Ul 17 Official Details of Victory In Prussia Fifty Thousand Ate Reported Taken and Only a Remnant of the Powerful Russian Army Suc in Getting Away Berlin Feb The victory of the over he Russians in Prussia won under the very eyes of Em peror William 4 More than fiHy thousand prisoners were by tKi machine in is Only a ol more than two Hum fift 1 he army hundred thousand and sixty was to in srap Vasl of war supplies set an It 1 uv info wore fit the facts won issued by the war today days in tlir Masurian Lake region and the victory uas later in lln town ol Lyck whore Emperor personally Ihe soldiers who land Alks in today t to Washington Ihe eom reply oP ny to the recent note from tin United States what precautions Hie would take for th lion of neutral m ts The ris by the Ihe would not be s that had in tlic same lhat had been shown in the preliminary reply man embassy al was expressed formal reply worild remove any of o e Von and It was mn her bnl it pirit friend thai tin the need that a to position lhat exist hither British Collier Was Torpedoed Havre Keb collier torpedoed by Herman submarine Monday in the channel olf Two of the crew are missing Twentytwo were picked a destroyer and bronchi to Havre ntt in boat before the The submarine was plainly sank antl seen by the crew as it sped struck I lie starboard side the says that his in twenty minutes j ly and pulled key is At A on or oils a IMS s is to away after launching the torpedo which Inder Ihe water line of hip was torpedoed lie ordered bis men into hoal the loomed vessel Ile jo the Greece and Turkey Near War Ieb 1 i between In In It iiiiii I lie Tim minister lo liti Mid of i he rerk ion in Ihe to Minister 1eiias v The of i he Turkish minister from Athe followed I be delivery of the from an apology for insults a nival al nst a nt According to private Ihe time limit on the expires at Turkey Advised to Settle Athens Feb ambassadors at Constantinople have advised Turkey to settle her dispute with immediately Neutral Ship Attacked Paris Feb announcement was made at i marine this afternoon that German submarine sank the French teamer Ville De Lile yesterday ait Harfleur The commander of the submarine gave the erew ten minutes to leave the vessel After the sinking the submarine attacked a Norwegian steamer but French torpedo boats came up the submarine was pursuing vessel and com pel led her to under the surface This is the first time that a submarine has attacked a neutral vessel Forty Airship In Raid London Feb air wing of the British yesterday made another massed attack on the German positions along the Hel gian coast in an effort to submarine base at Zeebrugge the at and thv aeroplane at Ghistelles According to the official report pood results were attained Forty were utilized as compared with 54 in weeks While the British airmen Here dropping their bombs on the run the supply trains and ami 1 used in mine laying and mine sweeping operations eight French airmen attacked aerodrome thus preventing the German airmen from making an to cutoff the British machines official the air The air of the naval wing against the Bruges Ostend and Zee were continued this afternoon Bombs wore dropped on Uic on the east and west side of Ostend on gun positions at on wagons on the road on the mole at HUNDRED FEEI OP PENNIES BY Local Club Has Some Distance to Go Effort to Secure a Mile of the Coppers Tht Kane 1luloniathean club its regular meeting at the Girls club on Monday afternoon Mrs Annie K Cox presiding Follow tag roll call the regular literary work was taken up i The first paper was hife and Person of Queen by Mrs John K 1 Slack This pajer was very care fully prepared and recalled many in incidents jii the life of Vic loua Englands greatest Miss Wood gave estins program on gale and Her Work Several business tak en mp afterward Mrs Bvan ONeil Kane was elected with Mrs John Brooder as alternate t In spring of lie North west ern la he hold in Warren TWO CENTS A COPY FATHER BOT He Brought Him To Home of A Distant Relative There AND THEN 11 l gin n ing haj ij mile of iii ol reported a made on the tiu leel having been tilled and turned in This committee lia ve j Iso succeeded in se curing Dr Arthur of ot With in M K tin on Marci It proceeds to he used for the street fund The Stute Federation of vania Women have ilu follow and asked alt lubs to cooperate ul San Francisco to the lettini of u or loi the ol ul ami tie loin all in er to tile his ends one t imi he le Tilt e the girlhood and ol the conn to and on and rhil iron that vice in tends to the worlds fair Ui it he that the will lie supply 01 every means that for man to will used to snare md mislead in older to iir lie warned of in Stn Francisco for lhat IK while will he taken and the door thai will lor Ihe will ie I lint ion The pels io to the oi tlie nation the women of eiv aild wh The Case Was Brought to tion cf the County Commission ers and the Lad Was Given Their Charge Today Kmil a r hoy Lo Wilcox from City early in iiy his father A Johnson liter the lather sci was k irted b tiie parent who tiie at Hie or son a distant relative Theman and wile in vork om the they were i instil as ii ot the having le coine a The woman nit the life just at ong could the man and lo shut tor They Viime u ainre and at home ol Donaldson and for a left without liis was or vision for tie IMIV Commissioners Notified The lad lias well cared Im mi I i tae ia i Mr son us u anil dl his i to he did nil teel he tin GUDE MURDER CASE EXPLODED A TRAIN CAUSED DEATH The Coroners Jury Decides That Fred Wat Blood Spots Unex Warren Feb came to his about 9 on the Pennsylvania railroad tracks at Kast Warren for merly Glade by run over by No Such was the verdict rendered tiK by the y thirty min utes In the case luul been dismissed Thert was nothing the of tie witnesses on the BE IN THE NEW plAGE LAW Would Go Into Effect First of Year Option to Be Considered March 2 I codification ot the marriage laws ofthe state along eugenic lines is provided in a in the bouse yester day hy Mr of Butler The act which is to take effect January next repeals fifteen laws It requires a license set torth neither party is insane i drunkard a tic or unsound mind thai neither of the parents of either is any of the that part tu stand in was i comedy that was staged hv thc aii in their efforts to male is physically able to beint the thill or any one of them i The courts are to had ver sinlen from the of freedom from disease i reh fti The state department of ance lo in a on for eali an stage or that the a MT uh as ci i little but JH in t e ui towards them 1nly Kodak of S it examiner mint mar out to breach attacks on the looks of Zeebrugge on barges ahd on trawlers out side Zeebrugge 4 Eight French airships assisted tie machines by vigorous attacks on thus effectively preventing aircraft from our It is reported that good results were obtained are always issued to confine attacks to of importance and every effort is made by the flying avoid dropping bo in on any residential portions of towns i ami Lit o aid HOUSE PASSED THE SHIP PURCHASE AT AN EARLY HOUR TODAY sovern inent ship hill an an amend ment to Uie Weeks naval wan passed by the house at oclock morning hy a vote of 215 to 121 of the followed a 14 houm parliamentary struggle which until long after midnight threat ened to extend because of a determined led by Mi leader Mann who yielded only after leadere decided and the county of Ihe cin tlie address of lohnson also of York and a brother of the de serter wrote thi that was an unworthy and unreliable mair and never care forthe While County m today on other business he to AVel sol I lie boy and look him county where remain u csm The lad a bright little and uell and slatI ed lo a that wife was So would Ihe to liis I brills him iip with own chil in Hie lie oi at lie childrens j lor county i t was ic t was ud a would be le more tu at It was Ito ak uho Taie last T cirs da that he had heard Made men talk ing of shooting in the of the Shaw riotise a Kodak vol uble and of gesture with his uhen ad mitted that he didnt John uid on application wore talk ing i that happened j here or in the old country He oven as lo 1111 about the European war uma who jn jail Km bonds he failed to product two om laughed IH his testimony Joe the boarding er mid the curoner neither he nor men hoarding with him from the railway He was on the stand urth He knew nothing the coal at that time but was police in an anteroom conduct examinations fee to be j The department is to provido the j examiner with a laboratory and the j examiner is to be year Licenses are to cost and marriages must be solemnized under them u it bin sixty days Teaching Farming The Jones providing state ac of the Lever act to secure aid for agricultural instruction in Pennsylvania was affirmatively re ported by the house agricultural last together with LtJ The accompanying making an to meet the congressional wll be reported in a tew da vs he caine bark a half hour lld all lie f taken any but sonic of his boarders lid at odd times Tony when lie that en the with t or con so thin b dn if IT t rir it role I inference vyas after 1iiit The spots In wvu Co apply a second special the fight to an end HAS FILED AN APPLICATION FOR ROADS It is import nut that counties which intend to to the state highway department for state aid in highway construction act says the Pennsylvania News the of bulletin ofthe state highway de A number of the counties of have no far ii aid in road work and unless ap pli from these counties are re before March 1 the pro ratt apportionment for the year which hait been assigned them will lapse amount set tor them rule K allotted to such counties made applications a not explained nor was it sat shown how coull havo fallen between cars escaped tirst set of wheels and have cut up by the iear ruck Whether was thrown beneath the or lost hia life hy accident is a question to the future only may greater sum than their apportion ment A table containing tlie Itat or applications from the various coun ties is published from which it appears lhat county Hied cation for the of four roads The taxation code and the general under of obsolete laws were eil out and after being passed on first reading ibe recommitted it being the plan to hearings Among other bills reported out were those for an additional judge 1n county a commission tj consider securing property adjacent to Inde thaH in Philadelphia fixing the marriage fee at allow ius boroughs furnish for com purposes permitting high ot Philadelphia to confer de grees tor semimonthly pay of em ployes of regulating is suance of licenses to operate biles io persons under a in the of lice ol mayor in and es permanent vot ers in registration Hearings Arc Given Hearings were m two bills before lower brunch set for a it being the plan of t he to adjourn until March I when work is ended for this week A discussion wis held by the committee on judiciary general on the Spangler to the fee system for county officers and it will be further considered The edu cation committee heard a committee from Schuylkill county urging that school districts be allowed to hold their own Institutes instead of a gen tb ie suow were an Big feature day at Star Maater a Player in five See ADAMS CO AT HOD Robbery Occurred Dur ing The Absence of The Agent AT EARLY HOUR UST eral institute Announcement wma the senate Judiciary special and house manufacturers committee would hold a joint hearing on tbe child labor bills on March 9 The bouse ways and means committee will give a hearing on March 2 on the proposed repeal of the mercantile tax and on March 9 on Continued on Page of hit Bravery and nerve The other view allows ih General Santarriaga facing his executioners the Jle waa not blindfolded Theft Was of Some One Who Knew the Combination of the Safe Entered Build ing Through Window Feb 17 A bold md daring robber occurred here lust night between the hours of and oclock while the for the Adams oom pany was away getting a lunch his absence the office is located in the Pennsylvania depot on was entered by some person Whom the agent claims must have known the safe combination as he stated that he was positive he locked the safe before he left The burglar succeeded in mak ing haul of After the agent returned and dill covered the notified Harry Rose of He ho vo captain of the Pennsy of the and Brie divis on who immediately got in touch with the in notifying them of the robbery and to be on for sus cious characters An Important Tus is a junction of the Alle and and Krle and is a place o far as railroad and are cerned and the money taken repre the days which was o have been sent east on at Driftwood At U The burglary IM a md owing to the fact that it wan com mitted at Kuch an early and at time when there wore a number of at work on the second there a number ile in the waiting rooms of the depot 1 is that the Kive been with and probably a well known ilent of this town whose vould not be noticed or vause any suspicion BRAVES ARE ONI POSSE GOES fORIH JM BAITIE By International Denver A pOMe of heavily armed and led by States Marshal MebeKer out at today to gire battle to fifty Plute Indiana from Uie south weat oT Veas who have gone oft the warpath The Indians are equipped with plenty of aad and are in the All women and children are re moved from the district of the op ruling Sent For Held Feb Having ef a with the Plate In dians who have themselves in the mountains the posse sent out to drive the Indiana back to the res for today Reinforcements were sent at once The Indians are led by Old Polk who has been arrested four times for murder HERE TO ATTEND WEDDING Mrs Fannie Samuel Auerhaim Dr Mrs Ida etein Harold Goldstein of lrwin of Buffalo N Mr and Mrs Isador Sobel of Krie Mrs Mr and Mrs lr Philo aad ten Isabel of town Weil Mro Leo Well and Nathan Weil rf arein at tiie which WM at the of Mr and Mn A B Cohn on at 5 oclock O Coming
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