New Castle News (Newspaper) - January 22, 1919, New Castle, Pennsylvania Phones Telephone Your News Items to New Castle's Newsy NEW CASTLE NEWS Weather Cloudy and ably mild VOLUME 141 NEW JANUARY 22, 1919 TWO CENTS A WAR COWL TAKES UP Twenty-five Criminals In Jail Delivery Desperadoes Make At Prison Early STEAL AUTOS AND DRIVE INTO WOODS Seven New U. S. Decision Castle Boys SENT TO Are Lauded Mo As To Russia I International News via Jan. counter revolution has broken out at jing to a report received here The forces there have claimed a general strike for Captain Pays Tribute To For- mer Troop F Lads For TOOK GREAT PART IN ARGONNE FIGHT Four Convicts Posse And Fugitives Are Near News ROCK 111., Jan sheriff's posse is to have surrounded 2] of 25 desperate criminals who escaped last night from Island fled in biles and sought refuge in a woods near here where they seem preparing to give battle Four of the men were ed an hour after their escape This is considered one of the est jail deliveries in the history of the The same men tried to escape three weeks A wooden key was probably used last night After getting out of their cells the men went to the sheriff's quarters on the first floor of the prison Guards summoned by a riot call fought with the men and Turnkey John was but not iously The desperadoes overpowered the fled through the found an unbarred window and climbed out to the A heavy fog aided in the Stealing three automobiles they fled from the A sheriff's posse gave chase in Towns and villages nearby were An hour later four of the gang were captured Chicago detectives were notified and placed an armed guard on all roads entering the Near six this morning word came to this city that the criminals were surrounded in a nearby The men who escaped had been paroled to work on the government Twenty prisoners held on minor charges refused to leave the Five New Cases Of Flu Reported Flotilla Goes To ple To Join Big British British General Has Taken i Complete Control Of Says Monarchist Revolution In Portugal Spreading Forty-Nine Soldiers Are In- cluded In Captain's tion For U. S. Coast Now Free Of Hun Mines News Of Bolshevism ties Causes Poland To Be Included In Discus this city are included in the lowing issued at on December 21, by lain i 1 Jan. U. left Paris today for Brindisi to take a flotilla of can destroyers to The only American warship stationed in the was which throughout the T By NED r pa entered the the Scorpion was Cable fcy the International Sows Service and the London on December 21, by the cap- j practically interned as a result of pressure Jan. Monarchist revolution in Portugal was Eives pleasure to re- i The British generil commanding ported today to be company orders a tribute forees at Constantinople A majority of the army and navy is said to have joined the valorous conduct of the following taken complete control says a enlisted men of this company who dispatch to the This action DANISH MINISTER U. S. Navy Has Accounted FOR INTERVENTION For 57 Mines Planted Along Coast By GET BIG SHIPS Majority Of Big Powers Seem To Let Russia Work Out Own The assassination of former President Paes removed the only man capable of dealing with the according to opinion held in Report is Jit Jan. reports were received here today re- garding the situation in Portugal but the latest advices indicate that the Royalist insurrectionists had gained Manuel was proclaimed king in practically all of the important northern By JOHN International News Service Staff Jan. j Jan. mine laid by the German boats of the j i u ui uu n tt -t t i gallantry in connection Uons Talaat while the ir to England with the battle of the of last summer has been reported swept have distinguished themselves by ex- followed two months of with the battle the supporters of Enver Pasha were con- trying to foment up by the navy mine This and Japanese extended Then comes a Hst of names of 4 The same talion seven of these are former Greece lullS announced her Five these were picked up by the of. on the Russian situation to in- close to that of Verdun for Women Are Named To Sit In Assembly f A f of the The Ar- UH I Hill i Proven too tough Mrs. Hose Asks sation for the Death of Her Thet case of Rose C. j Several Are Winners In the and for the French who had made two attempts to break through at that At last Marshal Foch put the proposition np to Gen. Pershing and his After weeks of desperate and battle our boys broke cleared the sector and this victory practically won the Restrictions Off built especially for that German mine fields succeeded in sinking five American the Poland the war council foreign office began at 11 on excellent decision to consider the resulted from dis- tvs that has been received ing the spread of in Poland man Government Far In News via Jan. I ployed by the B. R. ando Railway and Light company is on trial before Judge Emery Mrs. is asking damages for die death of her Edward who was the Mai honing avenue crossing of the traction j company over the Baltimore and Ohio railroad Schweikert was a brakeman em- P. which A number of Socialist German uses the tracks of the B. 0. this were elected to the national He was standing on the running the official returns revealed board of the engine when a plank was thrown up as the engine crossed the Returns counted up to noon today traction He was knocked off how the majority Socialists the engine and Sailor To Take Exam For Copper County Administrator Ki Announces Supervision 1st. Ordinarily mines are laid An immense mine field was found off All restrictions of all kinds upon many of had soft coal win be abandoned by Navy officers J are now confident that the mine One sailor tion for the has filed his civil service government February 1st. County Fuel Administrator John W. Knox received a telegram to that effect This may bo as official and is as I announces that all zone and price regulations on coal j and Pennsylvania an- be suspended i ary 1st. This refers to mine purchasing commissions and retail today been mined this is not u ia understood that Harold Unit the Germans were after large the Danish minister to vessels is shown by the fact that who was called before tn mines were laid at a depth of 21 pleaded for at 13 feet military intervention in He out that this step was to curb the terror to the spread of ace has been completely and Fire Let Russia Four of the powers do ot favor this France's on of Chancellor Ebert's That the accident was due to poor j tion for a position on the police far in the Two condition of a frog at the He is the first returned man Five new cases of influenza were reported this morning by the city health department for This is the first day in some time that any cases have been reported by the There is re- ported to he a number of new cases recently hut in most instances they have not been reported to the health Snapshots At News red and sixty-seven constituencies maintained by the traction divided as is the 114 seats in the ional 5'3; 46; German company who has seen who has done I 24; Independent 19; German People's 11. Four hundred and thirty candidates were Sen. Oliver Passes Away Jan. Sergeant Paradise Killed in Action although there are who have seen service who have taken out application and expect to take the on January As the civil vice board has announced that turned sailors and marines will be given a preference in it is posible that some i of these men may be among those Victor Paradiso of this who will secure positions on news of the death of his i police or fire departments in the i i brother Tony Paradiso of Co. 102nd i near The man who has filed i He was in action his application is Budd Fleeger who i October 25. Previous to his has sern service in the navy I ment in th earmy he had been a dent of this Letters from the young man i the News that he had made a sergeant for bravery and that j he had been In nearly every big Ho enlisted in South i gins and Please give the widest publicity Federal Fuel Administrator this for At Children's Home Penrose May Fail To Land Little Pots Removed From Holy Family Homo on Tuesday Would Pay Liquor License Fees In Monthly Payments J i I What appeared to be a dangerous of in the Cunningham avenue victory in the Republican A fire had started in a conference today when the robe in a hallway on the second pointment of a committee to of the structure and while the er ways and means of abolishing the not get any great headway seniority rule in the senate was de- any great amount of it filled the entire house with smoke The decision of the conference and made it hard to The makes the claim of Senator Penrose dren of the home were all in bod to the chairmanship of the senate aged 10 is on trial at for ing The National tion predicts men's coats will ho double breasted next Prof. F. Spangier of pod while drilling a company of cadets for the inaugural parade at reported officially by the war turned Paul L. n New Castle boy alive and well at his homo in is nis way fll tllo insurance Former U. S. Senator George T. 01- being the first man in that city iver of Pennsylvania died at his to enlist in the New Haven He home here Members of the is survived by his parents and one family present when death brother Joseph in Italy and one brother Victor of this Victor Paradiso has also received word from his other brother Joseph wha is in tho Italian army that he has been released from an Austrian j f i prison where he had been held for IS Firemen To Force Obedience To New Fire Hazard Law New Castle Boy Is Given A Promotion Jan. and had to be removed to a smaller finance committee Senator Schnntz on the property until all a in the senate today vas The cause of the fire providing for the payment of liquor could not he A con- license foes in monthly installments amount of clothing of the The is designed to prevent children was The of license for the was turned in from box 312 at entire year half of which is expected io Prince Max May Be First President i T ih C i If for the purpose of en- the ord nance Just Passed by j which makes Personal Property Saws Stove Wood With His Ford Some Predicts Former Chancellor May Ilo to Head villo Highway Matters i There is no rest for a Ford i Sheriff lloyd has seized tho when the road hie the marshal and j sonal became too President Henry Evans The of beer has been boosted American the ten cents 11. glass in and Fire IV and topers nro companies announces Io quit nas assistant children Herbert Hurl of of Mr. and Mrs. lary of all three Mr. of the automobile club and Haid was formerly located in of trade held Tuesday him power to have all rubbish ed up and changes made that will j prevent Rach of these seven j tire companies will have a district Awn look the lll C nance and all members will he I sworn in as deputies of Fire Chief i Frank J. A conference between ddy near New Harvey some bulling chickens and his Ford and is now using it to aw stove ern wore death in their agent for be located York in tho New Find Germans In Herbert n Youngstown drove bis nuto over 25-foot In fog and only C. of tho mid Claire of West j HCK nnd bus A proposing n nl tho World War 22.- of Introduced In disguised ax tho bouse lodny Dm explosion of munitions dunir evening .at office of David Ho In tho National Disguise At Mons mat tern pertaining to the improvement of the highways of tho county were Appeal Board To Theatre Ticket War Tax Is Cut Master Appointed New Trial Asked In Divorce Case In Hileman Case In tile divorce niso of Application for a new trial Mora Antoinette Judge been made in ease of the 11. has appointed At Preston Company 10. K. Muse as master to In which a for 1 I were holding lako i rendered in favor of the All alias lias boon ed in the divorce cuso of on theatre tickets was reduced Mary to 10 cent by tho conferees Jan. 22......Tho t of dead across the of 09. IIP wits for which destroyed over a mile of the The In in tlie region of tho explosion J lied in the Hear City POMONA GRANGE hill this SENATOR STRUCK BY AUTOMOBILE lfr Former Emperor Charles Warned Jan. there is a great deal of speculation us to who will be the first president of German rals predicting that it will 1'riivo of the former Tho returns so far counted in Saxony the 17 scats in the The the Conservatives tlin Gorman Nationals 2, loyal Socialists at in the An- and onu conservative were chosen las allied with tho the soldiers that hall in i They occupied tho Im- Hank IS Jan. 22. ed heavy damage today In tho at TO MEET SATURDAY nro from assessments in and townships On next Monday the will hold a of Hie city will be on Saturday at V. M. C. A with First on eon an nnd Second on will lie r I I I 22. 22. The Austrian Senator John Waller Smith of former In his home the lodny from painful home nml when mill I III once he will he by an I DEATH It.