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   Republican Press, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1915, Salamanca, New York                               T HE I !RESS 4SthYEAR. N0.27o SALAMANLA. N Y t- 11 loc a Week, set Copy ALLIES LOSE 3 BATTLESHIPS Turks Say They Were Sunk by Torpedoes, Not Mines PANIC IN CONSTANTINOPLE Russian-Fleet Appears at Northern End of Bosphorus- French and British Op er- ations to continue Lonloti. Much 'It .s oils ll j ctnfirui-d lint his tb- rn th- It ut-r I ro irrad "Th cf hn ei js d 3 sr M jnne in lortint lei-Mint toil: Mirch Ha I-.'n 'rearing In on 1 rtVitnit' fro-n li sdrj r. liking of the llrrt.ih uttl I rmch !n Ib- Ditlin MIX ru penm'i 1 ihru fUrtins tun-, lit Ih r th w n frun Mi1in.ir n nr frtiii ron-ral i! nt'iiwt Ib- ehnrr mt i- Tb- Turk >h M.it'ra u H liair fcht i-nd d fir nir iffurts II lUmin cf Hi- TO daraiC" wrji don- to f.r f March admiralty aumauucrd lilt nltht that tbp llntlrh. Octan and Irrrtlitablcanl the Itrncb battlotlp lla.nct ttruck r.citinp la Ih- Dardanelles and Mutt i( the mm on 1 Uautrt Kit. but itr.iul )r itiu u[ br.tUU 'I bin li lliu tauit >rriuu> Ion tilnrj br Ilir Anclo-r-mch tlrii nil V.cv Ailnlr.l L'arJrn. nblrh Ix-cn LumlurditiE thv utralu Intrrmit irntlr tnr mure than loo tnontln ml liai Lifn until It u nnw 1 1 inntt otcircnlli'n llRlil- Ins rblps rur auriuLItil (or pur Tlir Ilirrr ihlpt iluon ikrlng a furlout rannonitllni; i.i wlilcli tbt- trtncli baltNrhlp liaulnl) put out nr cnmmliilun tempor liy Ibc Turkl-h KUIIS Dluitcr Will Net Stop Operation. Thi dlsutcr annuunifil night Mill not, u titled by ailmlraUr of- c rj. Intrrfrrp nllh fipfratlont In tbr ullghtnt. Thp lof Kill bo rrplaciil anil tbp attar i on thr fcrta will lie carried on tint thr flralln paused Nnral rsprn> ra-ri that lioth and rirrat Hrll- nln MpfCtPd III pa> n bis price lor INinttantlnopIo and that the Central rrrn cnattr than Ibat of 1'ac Plinth mlnlslr) u( marlnr. In n ctatcirrnt trlllns ut the mnklnR otlhi 1'uurct anil thii llrltlih >hlps anil tilffrauhed hrro l.nl nlcht that thr attarU nn tbr TurVUh il( !-nm not bo InKmiptid. TOP French tnln'itrr of marlnn ban alrrad) -irnt nnlira In Ihp llrnr) IV. nnn ad tbp cnmt of In proceed to the DardanpJpx and takp tbp plarp Ihe lloiivrt. Tin mlncii In Ihp DanUnillin hatp n murh Rrnlpr mrnacp In HIP alllrd II' rt Iban the niiminiui and .iiithorltlpii prpdlclrd that rrnn UralU rlrarrd n( lint danicrr. the panrane vnull >oon be forced. Turka Uilng Floating (Irlmib) IrmvrliTa and French Ins boats haie hrpn tent In Ihe In larce numbm and htro hrcn rn- saced nltht anil da> In untcplni; Ihr channels clear. Al nni- time the atmot cnmplelpil. bill rpcentlr the (icrmani and Turku hate adnptril tbp p'an of launching nnailnc nh'rti come down ai-alnrl Iho IremendoiK forcp. at the nip irf neatlf 10 inllix an hour by Ihe ilrnnR rurrent from Ihe at Marmora. The Inn eif Ihn Ihrre wlilln III ih reirrtlable. U not n ocii bluw It Ihi Irlllih and French navies HIP loit were old and cf a rim that wag rapidly brromlnc obioletp. Ther can bo replaced, but la, niircrthrlein. a neneral feel- thai the Turka ham achlered If the ibip> iluvn li II rf tratir r I of r'l- ftralt and t hanak. half ii arl Kllld Uabr. they In Ir fn t> of AUSTRIA MAKING READY Adept Mcaiuro Ajamtt Penib'e li vaticn Italiani HOTP. ilarth A dltpatcb re- fmra Vienna that the LTI prr'r Iranclt rectlti 1 llaru-> tun llurlan. tbr forrlsn minlitrr. Hi" mlniiltr of war ami rnc ArtbdiiV" Eticrnr IB audlrarn and our Kith thrm roraiiurct ccairtt a Inrailin fnua Italr. Tbi- lu reiutre t.ie herrla. will ctnulit "f Ulrlr trained Ursi nnxbrn of tuldlrn niv be'nc r orrnlrated nn tbp Irian frontier. The, fnrtlriratluni near- lul) h.te ilmiitlhenrd. liner the dtfence li farllltatrd by Ili3 >nnw rnourtalrt. an InraMan U contllcrcd a difficult propniltlcn Tbe dlipatch In concljtlra that apprmcd :te plan anl urti-l a d-frnce. eipeclallr nf Trent, which hr referred to aa the door liadtnc tn Vlesna. RUSSIAN NUMBERS TELL Ciara Great Armlea Seem to Havt Halted German Offensive. Va-ch in ccnilns to the opinion that at lait UK Ir.r if am beclnnlnR In tell In Ibo ompalcn In the Iheatir nf the II mentioned In unoBlclal dlipAtchei dafs BVI Ibit tlie levlen rl the czar went cornlnc to Ihp liatile front until there, were more men, arm. i-qulpped and read) for flshtlnjt than them had been et an) limp fire. The eflcct of theic V.intj la apparent today. The lluiilani urn onco attain OTII ihe Pruulan bonier at pnlnta north of the NMeinen They have at Chnrzellp. North I'olinl, north cl Ther harp rtrnnc forrm aihanclns nn Bunalkl and Ihe) have clhir Jtrons forcea tin- (firming In ixhauit tbcmielter In a futllp bombardment of All that li In the territory north cf Ihi Vlttula and xteM of rhp llobr and the One thine Is fairly certain tn nil mlllurj men 111 i ilcnliurc nil) no lonxer be able In thrutt >n hard In any direction teat he nil) be able In thlft hla arm) corr' to Ihe Western battle front before the lluinlanii can recover. The there will remain nherp they are rhp Crrmana will pay dearly for II. Alllia Rtport Galnt. March official coti munlques reported aalna for French and Hrllih at aeteral There uern Impottant In It c I nrelto region which carp Ihe allln command of a Ucrman 1'nc ut munlcatlon. I'.IP French made In the Arconnn and near l.'t eiplurrd an nuattlon wtlch had been held by the (Jirmani alnca eirly In February. May Suit Out of Court. Chlcaso, 50 was a well di lined reimrt In circles tail nlcht Hiat thn suit brought by Hie Kansis I'Hy heilrral Ipspue club In ret train Ihi Incur from forfeiture nf Ihn rlnb'a franchise had been tied nut nf cn'irt. C. K. at- Inrnry frr Ihn Kanns City club, neither affirn or deny rfce rnnor. 1 rctHcnt aiurorc Is in Ind anapoHs SIR tTO EBE..3H. Lei.cr c! Sce.-Ti C-I-T :c M iiiL'.L' I'r; H- 9 i i I.i U- 0. ii. ANGLE HAS' BEEN ACQUITTED If ELOPERS 70 SEE dEW YOhK Children! Society t3 thsw ten Cc-io e Sights cl Ci? C lurk. J'arr'i I- n llttl" i b i r only l-rca-n. It Iu- n i i i i nli t. Ii I i fiely l  h >i. l fr. 11 I TO EXTEND CAS ft ELD Well at HMiUttt, Pa.. Prwnrm Supply lor Thh 01 H.rti Lit Urn r u. J by tbr G-j Co. i in ni i "'U 'b- HrjV-le Old. J.ry Frees Woman Charged -r for m lUw ruUr frrt of a 3aj Killing Waldo P. Ballon, r-Ltuiiwj ID-I Jlurrt-U for a loir- SCENE IN COURT, ______i_ f wilL I Jl tb- n-tr row 1 'f V a; Ojt an Hcur anj Fcrty- -niy nli-' th of Inr w to tb-ir Ir iiOl rtnllnnL f. t r f fiut-s. anj Three Dallcts tJr.nu'y to rind a Verdict cl li Cu Anjie to niir  11 d i r .iprnrd. dit. EXPRESslS. WILL BE HEARD 11 rmlllnc up, let-tor, nc rsprrM e-xnrnnes lor n rfh'irtu. th-y rate SEARCH UNDERWORLD FOR GIRL'S MURDERER .NVw folk. IO.-A luce for-- in anl vf  lull'lj Maplilratc Applrtnn In rourt In tJ.OuJ ball and Mrs In SIOO for ciamlnatlon Mnndn) nn the tbarge of abrttlnc In Abratnn irrr.rc 'STEGLEIi (E73 7i i T' I v ttml up." <-rH rk Mnrun an I )lrr ii I r IT latltr Hilt .1 r 11 Uo-l the clan Ihu MEN SPOKE AT-BNNQUET i lor Hi il i IKI 1 1 1 I ii t iii i' m )our trrdlcl: R'lltynroet i .k, I thi clrrk i IK ina i l..llr r i.n 1.1 I anlly wait i r tl i in  .i ikly lo frtiJJ Ihr f il'ii r 1 1 nl hrr an wnnien Ihr f I itluila iMreM on Ihn mibjcel. A llale Tillmnil Mr. on- nf the thrre ilrlrgaln from tbe Mit viMtoilit dutilct in Ihe fonitl- rnilml to her anl contrntlon. 'thn cittrt mini cihoeil with cries New York State Building Dedicated faan FrancUco. March nf Ihe rpeclal ettnlit at the 1'anaira IM clHc yntirrtay tic dedication cf the New au P bjllJIns In Hut ccncral ncul mil comfort for which the Hal Uructurp ili-i In frrvr A remarkablp inmd present. Including tUltlni; N'I w ord- ers well ai multitudes frnm III" people Urine nllhln I'l mil-] nf Ran an I rliln Ing Ihe. Km pi re Btato ai tlulr nrlRlual hnm. Ut f j- i I 111 I 1M Kour tut i ithrri I nrj rn r l SUclir i- th M U tltt lint tl 1. Fir i 11 tm li a f 11 -l fr-tli n- i f i i i I i fd l.ili r r I o ui 1 i i1 i i tlinl- t p i' i I till (il II 1 1 I'll 111 cl In t! I 'ill .nc r 1 1 lil i 11 t i r i t I -1-1 1 I I Iril iiilainitlimr. Ihrnucll which I'IP hutllrrlnr; innana if Mrs Anxle b'e I'r i I II r bnt i f t! I Iriii np 1 it thm In tl i -t ii> i r c >l inl i I lirntal ttill i 11- 1 i Tier tn I TI i i I ir n- r i t' ly pn I Canned fcni1 t h en. "ill. I li c i o 'I rtarii- i'i Hli i i i li thru i' v i Ml in i I f I- ui i rt i i n ii; 11 Urake, i,   i i I i clatlm if li nt i I'o ul T 11 tliliu i i vi lion II i 'I i I 11 11 nf t i tu i rln- I ilu  ut hill ih'td if t'tp c nlry" I I'll ei-llnu- I ttlllly aliniit and Ihenerlp 11 if a i p d fitlnr hand ri'ntuliliily. I ..-MI I MI t i Mill I In ir say 'nut Knll r itltn if 11! in tr." sli' iniirmureJ i i- III tl diar. ItV all rlchl." he I i i r -i r! tc riM hli   I i' I ti Ipcraph I r I 111 r In the rl lit il nt re I D il slnft Min i i f V nl i'r IK act l i n i r 1 In Ih- l i n ilrus; fir. Is tilled nnd ai 1 nl 1 I rfn i 5la i1 i wlih l r i'i iirl ni nt I II.nil II il i 1 c t 1 j l> i 11 .1 i il i l 1 f I t i I i t tl ,'ir I l fir f'l 11 Lut n i r r fm llfled Inn chair anl rrcrnlly.iiltb l Ina; Irr rrlci lucame fainter. a qutntlly ot oil It in Only Three Billots Taken. "laird tint the wrll h Rood for I.- It ni.rl) half an Iniur belore IMfM ciihe ffrt of per day and elit uuld tin building and due- alto hjrreli of nil evrty 24 ,i ll.at llnu dilalln of wlut had I Tin drillers are Hrmin and luppinid In Jury runm liakid out. lihllir Only thro ballon ncii. taken Oil I tti Hut ihu Jury 10 fur EMIE FMEICHrt GOOD HUM HUllial and two Inr tcntlrllin. 11 to1 .1.. __. uni in HIP nJtuiil and thcrily alli.i-. Trip HlHtM IM Ihu last Jurcr wnn over. I hi n Aiifle slarl-d to Mradnlle, 20. Anjlh r Imllillnz. hrr llmb> rrnrlnR me-) ,1It run ,tora lo CHI WcdnrMty w-li-n an Frirllollll.h.ld.r frrteht nnd puIVne >r, ill HI curt, Ih; tr'p lo M.-adrTe Ichanli illy ai If were In a J c i n nnd w nmi n ruahi d up lu her and Hhe attempted a 1 I r cf Iiru i in il nlth: 11- 1 .r l. Mil i llu pn i f I. I I In. i' t'n i h Inr i ly li I- t l'> tin n i I r if )-arlir In strull --I iburtliM April nir U. rt in-I I! the> mull1 slr" mom! Khr> as tlcppcd Irnin the train anj her hand wint In In r hrirt. Tin 1.1 re many persons Ihe sta< J lur lands flint smtlp and thankiil Ibrm ana Hun llu We ilin.ru suune npm nnd hh- wis nut In Ihp wsnlns light of hour, "lid .J m-n-at s.. On. Hfp. thn trui wis eVIiyed or Ptrl 5-: 111 Iril in ill In limL tl.nc mi Cl- Jl II- TIP I l.ul ni til j mi tun 'i r-tlnr Inn rarrlul HIP Inll nlilrnif fir u tuirl.luun ,nflj-_ l.irlKt v. T day Ibit nnrkcd a Whin I'IP train naclip.1 nnd .1U m'nutm, nuikrf-a; tb- Annie mast nf her actual ruimr-j tine f.tc twin anl tb Illp. nnd ncciirnd Iho trasle m To cieilVnt lime rt tV ilitfd thi ewton Hrltw. anvl so- IkwsjA oC taw-train   

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