New Castle News (Newspaper) - August 12, 1916, New Castle, Pennsylvania Telephone Tour News Items to New NEW CASTLE NEWS Fair ID showers la south tlon this afternoon or VOLUME 1. AUGUST 12, 1'AGKS. TWO CENTS A COPY FIFTEEN MEN AGREE TO CONFER AGAIN BAKING BREAD FOR MEXICAN BORDER Mediation Fails And Outlook Is Gloomy Indeed Garretson Says Meeting i With Board row Will Be De- TWO MEETINGS ARE HELD TODAY Police Auto Is Ordered Today Will He in Service few Not Bo Lettered at I Faction Favoring Wins Advantage In Morning's Efforts Superintendent of 1'ublic Property John Bergor today awarded the contract for supplying the Ford auto for tbo eity police The car will bo delivered within a few days and will be Immediately ed In It will not he ed so that no one will be ahle to distinguish the car from any other Some changes arc contemplated in the police patrol such as re- moving In order to allow quarters for the new The Peace chief's the police and the police patrol will e quartered in the same room he patrol when the changes ire News NEW Aug. a mooting today of delegates representing four tions of railroad employes it was decided to hold another conference tomorrow morning the federal board of diation and a final effort to establish ii basis of settlement and avert a After the meeting A. B. head ot the ot gave out board of mediation told us their efforts to bring about a ment by mediation had were asked If we would ar- and we did not shall meet with fedora board tomorrow morning when we shall our answer Is now for the acting under the Newlands to bring about a settlement by Two meetings wero held during the The first was a join session between the mediation board on Blair Only Newspaper Man In Camp News Reporter Only Correspondent ing With Penna Division CENSORSHIP ONCE MORE THREATENED Action of Unscrupulous Writers Results in Stricter Rules of Conduct Foreigners Are Sentenced By Court Ten foreigners were sentenced to pay the costs and discharged at a hearing held before Judge Emery yesterday afternoon on the charge ot operating a gambling foreigners had waived a hearing be- fore Alderman Morrison in the Their names William Jim Rosle Delia Joe Louis Grace Frank Joe sented by Attorney W. E. At- torney Clyde Alloy appeared for the BAND CONCERT AT NEW BEDFORD Arrangements have been for a hig lawn fete and band concert to be held at Bedford on Friday August 18. It is expected thai a largo number from the vicinity the town will f Buy In New the Xew Castle pays his of your county and state BY W. SCOTT The merchants of New Castle contribute their full quota to the support of New They help the street In front of they help you support the public or parochial they help you have good water and they help you pay our policemen and our they help you malte New Castle a able place in which to Moreover they help Lawrence county and the state just as you Our government Is the by the people and for the Our merchants are our people and they support our The government is necessary for the protection our for the protection our property and our It must be Should we not rather support those who help us support our government than those whose taxes are paid and spent in another BOARD OF TRADE OP NEW Scores Hurt In Collision At Johnstown Cars On Line Meet s ic ians Rushed to Scene AT Here is a battery of. field ovens at hungry lads of the border where loaves of bread are baked daily to supply the Germans Drop Four Bombs On Dover and French coasts leave and put Aug. British ju port of Dover was raided at noon day by two German seaplanes that dropped four An officer and six men were but no damage Importance was The war office in an official com- this afternoon gave no- tice of the Dover Is a port of great military importance as many of the British transports plying between the The war office report on the Dover raid hostile seaplanes appeared over Dover at o'clock this Four bombs were but no material damage was done beyond the breaking of craft guns went into action and aeroplanes ascended in pursuit of the who flew wards at The ties were an officer and six men slightly Is Now Doomed of Gorizia Cannot Long Bo C. HUGH Sews Staff with Troop F FT. BLISS Aug. 12. All newspaper low with the Pennsylvania troops lave been quizzed by tho military authorities here under orders of or General Charles in command of tho Pennsylvania 011, ami their credentials thoroughly strongly Fortified City North A complete list of all the J J whether they arc eu- men or not Is being made and will bo kept at headquarters t will be available for examination it all Clippings from the 12 battle published throughout the United States arc to he and and the capture of found unsatisfactory toy he military the js to be in that the stones about the various military camps are j wag one of the chief or the newspaper tions of on man who is responsible will be The dtv which or banished from the fortified the Many of the enlisted men and Ucs miles north of cers of the Pennsylvania troops on Isonzo It is been writing articles for their home on a railroad and important Some of these stories converge Ranges of have been filled with vituperation to the north and south of the dominating the gave the natural defensive While the right wing of the ian armies operating on the Isonzo front has been occupied the plateau and driving the i Hungarians from their positions on high the loft wing has been advancing victoriously against position between etto and Selo which lie north and south of While the Third Italian army un- der the Duke of is pushing on of the Held For Court By Alderman Coates George Williams Committed in Sum of Bail for Hindenburg Is Promised Men Teuton Commande Calls Frantically for Reinforcements At Once HALICZ BEING SURROUNDED Defeat of Austrian Arm ies in Galicia Said to Be Real Rout George Williams was held court In the sum of hail Aug. Ma Aug. ton to fifteen sons were killed from 40 to 50 sonic late when two between Johnstown and over the Southern Cambria collided head-on at ten miles northeast of The cars came together with terrific force and telescoped each other on a curve at the foot of a steep The accident is said to have resulted when tho on one of the cars lost control and the car dashed past a switch and into a crowded car coming in Hie opposite All the nurses and physicians available in Johnstown and were rushed to the scene of the accident in auto- Many of the brought to Johnstown in motor cars and placed in the hospital The following list of which will no be in- was secured at Joseph of his sou aged about 7, head cut off. Frank aged 15, of Pole Mrs. Lawrence aged of Polo Mrs. Earl of same David aged 09, of Benjamin of Taylor Angus River's Condition Improves Murder Hearing Is Held At Hillsville Arrested for nili Murder 1 Irani by Squire Many Fear Dead Fish Will Cause Water Supply to Be Con- Alderman Coates on tho charge of felonious assault and battery at tho hearing held last Williams was charged with having demanded money from Erl Wilie and George in a house at Rest and subsequently tacking them with an axe and ing severe wounds upon on their refusal to comply with his de- on Page Ambassador Sharp otin Hughes In shal Von who is now reeling Teutonic operations three-fourths of the east has been promised ments within a says a to the Morning Post from These are to come from Turkey and the western of Aug. 12. Tho city of is being en- by the The war office in an ment issued today announced ress for the Russians south and east of On the Sereth river the the J. H. Eakln of is this afternoon conducting the pre- liminary hearing of the trians now under arrest In lion with the murder of at that place a few The three men under Stove John Timely Discovery Only Prevented Very ous Situation De- Here and were taken shortly after Attorney Clyde V. Alley and ney Samuel Clark represent the commonwealth while Attorney Young appears for the o I arc moving rapidly upon important city of on the Dispatches from the Galician front o the newspapers describe the defeat of tho in tho as a They state American Representative at Paris Recovering From Recent 0., Aug. K dor to France William G. Sharp will arrive in New York August 21 for a two stay In the United most of which will be spent at hts home In this ing from a recent severe illness which has covered a period of three This became known today when Mrs. Sharp received a cablegram from her husband saying he would sail from Bordeaux on the steamer LOCAL MAN AT CONVENTION are trying to reform their The rear guard actions that been precipitated by the have all resulted in favor victorious I It is reported the Austrians lare preparing to evacuate Leesburg Coal Co. Asks Joint Rate To Carbon Aug. 12. The Coal Co. today asked the public service commission to a joint of 45 cents for carrying coal its mines near Lawrence to the Carbon Brick company's ten News Aug. I Charles E. Hughes arrived here morning in his swing through and his day's activities were toi include a speech in the Auditorium j and departure for where was to speak again and make a scent into a 2.SCO foot copper The Republican now crossed the continental on his way here from Mr. Hughes and his party scheduled to leave Butte at clock p. for where he will rest over leaving for the coast on the of the on Pare Men Ask Wilson To Prevent Strike I According to Superintendent W. Andy to Hillsville by special Simpson of Hie New Castle Water Examinations Are Held For Teachers Superintendent Leslie nt City Here August County Superintendent of Schools t. G. Superintendent of and Superintendent of Grove yesterday completed the work of the permanent state examination for second dis- of Grove On August 22 tbe profes the terrible condition that prevailed in river a day or two ago has been eliminated and the water ply of this city has not been The fact that the acid was in the water was noted in time to prevent it being taken into the filter plant at the pump the pumps being shut down for a he I Mr. Simpson that the substance in tho river this time did not come from the coke works at but that a pickling vat In some of tha mills in Sharon or Farrell had been emptied into the If the condition of the water bad not been noted at the outset of the trouble there would have been a very serious situation in this but it is the be- lief of tho water company dent that the situation was discovered in time and that the water supply here is Tho water is very low in tho river at the present time and this condition resulted in the acid ional amination for certificates for county will be held in the high school building in It is thought that a large number likely lake this j Aug. Six W. A. Johns of South Mercer miles from New The Is now in N. in at- pany now the Pennsylvania tendance at the annual convention j Railroad Co. 25 cents a ton for car of the True of He represents the local lodge of that He will be In that city about two coal from the mines to New Castle and then the IS. O. company is paid 45 cents a ton for carrying It tn Maj. Cunningham Goes To Los Angeles through T. of 1 Chattanooga and St. today appealed President Wilson to protect them r from interruption ofi rcc rs which dared would be brought about It threatened railroad Mrike is who is a mechanical the which he to the While was Passengers Transfer At Mill St. Bridge Ing more noticeable than if the stream had been at normal the city there Is con- disposition to believe that the presence of so many fish In caused by the acid In thn stream may cause trouble tn the and many are refraining from or using the water at this Fire At Arc Not Structure is j 1 Bentleyville liy C. News staff with V first in a series to be presented in a Aug. The he fM V. Cunningham has secured a ten ho signert employes of the days leave of absence and leaves Rock tiie petition con- day for Los on a tinning until eighty per cent of the lines to the south end of ness During bis absence the will bf commanded by Capt. Charles McGovern ot senior captain in the Major Cunningham's furlough will be extended in case It Is railroad employes of the country who are have been Aug. The Grand Opera largest the First National and a and several street car lino patrons are offices wore destroyed In an cd to transfer at the South Mill morning fire that swept the plan ot business section of the town cars over the park and Firemen were in their work failure of the water The in the neighborhood ot f street having been cd in operation this heard Miss Carolyn ot has from to friends in operation this This change is made necessary be of tho recent action of Lincoln county commissioners in notifying a visit i the company that the bridge is un- eafo for street car DEATH Mont twp.