Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Salamanca Republican Press Newspaper Archive: December 10, 1915 - Page 1

Share Page

Publication: Salamanca Republican Press

Location: Salamanca, New York

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Republican Press, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1915, Salamanca, New York                               Fma An ia trieaea t.OOO jro- ITT LEASED WIRE SERVICE. GlYIXC TODAY'S NEWS TODAY PRESS! sita.1 It JM fcrto ft ts) real a Mil asythinr. tsKick wiih tte nn fill jwir want ty U- m few at triffici >t. ia The Pma clasaiSrd cmfc 4SihYEAR. NO. 187 SALAMANCA. N Y., FRIDAY. DECEMBER 10. loc a Week, zcacopy fiy sELi Bulgarian Irregulars Said to Have Already Pene- trated Country NAVAL fiST REPORTED Austrian and Italian Squadrons Said to have been Engaged in Adriatic-Ger- man Social-Democrats Stand by Gov- ernment-Peace Talk Rebuffed Ikllm. Dec. 10. ria tn Sjjnllc. Tbr Anylo-I'rmcb atmy in lluljarii In b.-fore thr adrinrr of th-- Tin- toaV to infotrnatiin rrreire'l at military bridijuarli is U- diy. Attirnv 10. rritlral military ritualion. lirci of tbe rntrnte tcda} rd tbe (irreL to cliar up thr t'lcMnt umvrtilnly. lh-y it wa> far tbr all.n I tut tbrir ibujld in full frredoui of moTttnrnt. Atbrni. llrf. 10. Auitiiiii ai.J Italian are In advirrs rrrriveil b> diplomats brtr luiiy lo bur liern tnsazed In t.illlr In tbe Adtiatir Sea jrftrtcliy. In- lorniation as tu tbe cutromr bit rritbcd Albrni. on. IVr. 10. Kuritvu (ipbt- Int Ixtwrcn Anglo- Krrnrh ant llulgiriini In oa Ibe rrry frotillrr of Oriirr. IF Ibr HnIsirVullli tbrir btary pbln arr able la rantinue tbrir'a Inner. Ibr bittle may be rblftril ClrtL irll it hi n 7J ,Thr Ilinklnj; ot Ihr lift- Ibe T.'hcrni riirr Itonl Im tbe Ftinsb In retire tail- ward .11 well a> southward: Tbrttrst- rgy ot tliN inotctuent h to Lrrpmat tbe Siloniki railway. fro.n Silcniki fayttlctp Innli of Ilutffiriin liiire pinrtritivl Rrtvk territory. Ucrlin. lire. 10. via At a lurctlnj of tbr tocial-I.Vmcrrst pirly whirb wai attinJrd If a'mijority of the membrn. rrwlu- tion% utrc adopted drclarinff tbit Ibi Cbinrcllnr Von rrKinllni; tbepoirrnmint'? attitude I OH aril price w.u fillxfar.- ory, ai It thant-d no desire to annex territory. I.onJon. Drf. 10. In nil of Ill- capitals of the tntcntc powers the peice talk nf tbe (irrmin chinrillir met with Mern rrbulfs TLeat- tituJe'of the allird povrrnmrnU It up In this laconic "We arc ilrtrrmincd lo fight It nut on th'u line It it takra tin Jian." Home. Dec. 10. Cardlnil Vin archblf hip ot Cologne BI d rumored bcirrr of (irrmin (teaceti trrf 10 tbe pope, lift Home at tnidn'rl I for Swltzrrlanl, uhrnrr he will llcrlln where It at- ranKementa bite been made for h'tn In mret the 'katrr r. I'aris. Dec. 10. The Rinrral WTI council nf the entente. alliia-brld ar- othrr rraslan tolij- with Lord Kllrh- rner.'anl Hir IMttard firty attrr.dinu No statement ai to the alma ot tli rouncili has yet Iwrn iMueJ, but It Is rrindeJithit a rr.mplrle nprerininl r'cgardlnj the tu Ir takrn In the llalkaiu. wllhrrllrMm-r.t of >thc alircil'trqopi Lii'.Bilonlka ia pirtiof the KniliVti Irtopsalt pourlnj'ln at the.lirerk perl.' Londan, 10. critfd toilay from Hwllxriland iriolt pcace'rlota In Ili-rlln ant the 'war In other Ilir- man .eltlra. i i i Dec. 10. Many tbrllsfill 011 (ircfk during a severe irt'ill- ery'ducl between UulitarUn and 'An- llo-FreBch forces toutbtait of Vat- anloro. Tbr point at wbich tb..- I t gun bittle was fuucbt near I.al.. DVran. wbicb formspitt oflbrliittL- Tbe an tu bivr U-tn driven -hem tbrir I I'etrojrad. Dec. 10. The war fice tulay annujnrel tbit rating in bivr caj- Sultan llulik I'm. In; tbe ruid to Ilamadan. Lonlon. Dec. 10. Tbr Daniib stratnrr bit Inn sunk by a submarine. Tbe cnw w; nscuel. Ionian. Der. 10. "lluncary h: retolveJ tu mike peace without tl foment nt Germany or a from Geneva to tb- Ki- cbingc Telecram Co. tendon, Dec. flrit if the bMtti- betwirn the and tbe forcra In tbc sovthrait corner of Hrrbla, ban re- sulted In the allies brine forcul to withdraw from two principal rallcnts of their front. In the Vardar valley the compelled the1 French, atttr two ilajs of violent to Kho up their positions In Demlr Kap.i ravine, on the Balonlca KIsh railway. To the fouthrast of tbc ratine, an- other llulcarlan army violently at- lacknl the tlrltlsh poiltlnns westward (if take Dorian, and, acconllnK to of- ficial llrltlch admlMlnn, forced tho to retreat succcssltc times. In many Battle Still Rajlnj. All nlonR the front Uic FTanrotlrlt. lib forccf arc now under attack, col" ttantly IncreatlnR In violence. TI.c eitcnt of the consequences nf tilde two defeats cuffcrtd by tl.c allies to determined, ai. the battle la still raglnK. The" Ilnlcnrbn victory over the French at Drmlr-Kapu Is claimed b7 Sara In tho following passage of th3 nmclal report: troopa-continued their pur- tult of the frcncli nn both on Inn Vardar river. Wo occupied the railway ttatloa at Dcmlr-Kapu and arc now i: kilometers (about nrvcn miles) east ot the elation." This lluUarlan claim la confirmed by a Iteuter dispatch from the allied Macedonia saving that -the French withdrawal from their poiltlons north nt Demlr-Kapu gorge and the abandonment of tho Krlvolak and mun be regarded as starteffetle moves." This tamo dispatch adds lint the DcmlrKrpu .tunnel and the brldso nre blown tip by the French, retired tll-l'tly to the east and rstab- llrhed elorer connection with the Ilrll- .The French war office. In an official statement, ilocj not cdnilt tho with- drawal from tho DemlrlCapu tloni. It asserts that alt llulpirlan ntticks tailed, but adds that Is In front nf the bridge- Gmllcr Is on the Vard.tr. slightly to tho south De- tntrKapu. 'I Calonlca Ocing Fortified, nlleporls frcm ltd Italkan front con- la'ni frequent references In Intensify- ing concentration of Ilutpirlan forcea In the Strurnltu region, the object of tbn of thei llrillsh lirrn be- ing In .Inflict a decisive defeat be; fire reinforcements can bo brought up for a llulgarlan Invasion. Herman cavalry haa appeared about (slip and rven .further south In thn Htrumltza region, foreibadnw a con- crrlfd nITrnslve against the allies. The Paris Journal's Haloulca corre- JAX53 E. Leader Csr.'en W.tS Iff oo Cr'rrj. Ji ySjfiv. ARMtwjn 11m not b? to riTt dcrinir bifori- the A Salonlra tbe srr nat'nc lab-irate pn lor Hie dcfrnfc of Salonlra. and are bfln; arrrnl Ofifc irapcrt anj artll Irrr I' mnunlfil Mil GERMAN ADVANCE CHECKED French Recapture Trtnchci Taken Thtm In Champagne Rcglcn. Parif, Die. onljr th- Girain adrance ia wbkh lit ailed In tbo raptcre of Krrnrli ad rare" foutb of HI. Huupi-t and at Ibe bnntloiv but tbe Crnuini are Lriap ilrtv en out cf tbe an) 'Jjr I'rrnch are from ib? ctound takrn. (Jcnr.an ciunltlni drpot rtplodn.' laM nitht roulli of St. Scnpl.-t. On the -rtad bctwrrn am'. Mimt r, tli- Frrnch artlltcrrnrft nn a Crrman battrrjr tfar Danrtiurt. Mlrr Qtbtln: In vblrli r party nf Oman unrkcra were b'irlcr by the of a IVench' tnlr.: rhaibfr. In roporliil.frum 1st Epar Be-. MentenejroTcitlet Iltc. Important fell Into tbe Inr.Jj of tlm Hul pirlans pitnuluK tie rtmhanU of thp Mcntenrgrlt and Athintan frorllttT. Hcriln an ncvjiicrs tlmt DjaLnra; In tCorthvrnt rrn Montafifsrii and Dlbra, fltnita.in Ibe AlbiBt.ni bofdir. and Ocllrlda. Ir tbe corner of were capturr-1. AMERICAN STEAfflERS SEARCHEDBY FRENCH Cioiser Seized Three and a. German San Juan, P. It, French cruiser Descartes sclted thrcr Auttrians and one (Itrman fcunJ amoiiK the crew of tho 1'ortu Illca line tteameililp Coarco. Tho cruiser approached the Coamn. when Iho Visscl was a few mlleii ul rhorc nnd brought her to, by 'lirlr.-, rne that across her boir. A biardlnj ir.rty frcm lha' Descartes then went aboard the I'namo and prosecuted a rearch biting three hours. Tho en- tire crew wjs examined, ns well ai .amongllmnassen. B-ra and passcnsera with foreiw Chief, Stcwanl Schadeof nf th-! Carolina of'tho'samn-llno tli6 De-cartuj tail nlcht.I Colleftor nf CtHlon-.s ll'chanlfon will the facia In Washlnnton.. It IK bcllrvrd'here; that the men from the cruisir' looking -fur Walitemar llep'p, (lerruan' consul rt Kan Juan, and John Stubbe. the Aus Irian arc now In New Vcrk. lloth vifrels named are owned by tin- New Torlo lllco Steam, company and fly the Aracrlcau rue. Ohio Workmen Find Skclttont. MarysvlUr, tons nera a ilrpth c! fiom lOilo while 'norkmcn were RtltliiR Kratcl out uf a pit on the) farut. ut Klttha ,ln- Allen inwnshlti tor the new ichcol bultdlnt tt Mlddltburr. The brdlrs arc s pucd tu be those 6t Icdlanx RAILWAY HEN it SECBETHEIIMB Considering General Slrfte on All Railroads o! Goaalry. DEMAND IHGRBSE IN WAGES. Railroad Hen Alia Ask fsr an Ci; Hour Day and Declare That There Will Be Ha Arbitration of Demands el Employes Strike Ocetr Neit Spnra. Chicago. Hoc. rr Canlzetl labor unions cf the rai'r-Jao> bate axrittdbcre ireparalury LoU Inc a itcrtt ccnfi recce today to cua slder whether m Ktaeral strike on all the railroads of the country j-all b- calle-d next rprlnr. tt-r tatlun lines mat. Inm a-ti In for utirtlno and an tire: tour The Ulor uslra nCcials dtrlarr th-r. will b" ru arbitration ite tf ILc railway They itat thr li't fprire by baaid of f ln( tbc and fin rain cnljr r small part rf tbe ware de tnand baa dl'tathtactlon Ir. tlir ranks cf Ihe Tlrsotbjr Shea. to Went of tbe of Uoroir.e lire Firemen, and line o! nf board nf arbitration mini ruli mlltril a minority report In the ea" of loromntirr enslncrrj ami Drr nirn rprlnr. raM: line rn arb'tn tlca. of atlitrallon I ncrllrnt. but .It almn.I There no alxnjt mhit we ar aftrr. Hr.llr iltmanil an rich! boar and tlmr and a lialf otcr tlrnr. We niaj ilrcljp In adJ rfcnarji. 1C VP iln cot cct asL ite nut and rail mail In tbe country. Inrolvlnc non tl.an JJO.OCO mm, will be WHITE SOX GRAB BAKER Ccnnie Mack's Home Rjn King Wit Wear a Chlcaja Unltarmfieit Year. Ycrk., Dec. Franklli Ilaker, tun Line ot Connd ilatk's former pennant trust, wll sear Iba tit try of tho Cblcaro Wlilti next year. This ixxltlvr dcclara tlon was madit by a bofom friend u Chsrlca A. Comltkcy, who Is In towi on business. The will announced nlHe tally nt the Amrrlcai Irar-ic tuntlns In Chicago next week It vai stated. Tbe Informant lasIM etl that his Identity should not to dtt "The matter has gone fo far tba' liilcr his prartlcally accepted tcrmi with raid the man "It was for this very reason that tin farmer namrtl terms t> Captain Huston and Hill Dsnuta! tl.at would have scared off any one.' CASTLES NOT SEPARATED Mrs. Cactle Mate's Golnrj tr War as Aviator. Washington. Dec. Isab tclulrly no milh In the r.-port rn; huiband and I hate ccparalcd." sail Mrs. Virncn L'aitlc. who U hrre In Vcsr nfeht. "Theto Is not even n hint of I illianncmt'nt between in. "The recjcii are not toscthi- Is tlmply that ho Ia going to th nar as nn later." MM. ('antic wa< arked about n rr port that Mr. Castle was Interested It a tnodlMr'ii tnodil In New York. Sin denied rla' had heard such a re pnrt. HETTY HANDS OUT TIP World' Richest Woman Focls All While at Theater. New York, DI-C. fireen "the richest appear ed In a box nt Iho l.nngacre tbeatei last nleht. Aa far as r ear. nr IIS a weik; half re eeltrs Irita than 11.010 a year, or 15' a week; 70 per rent receive less that tUOO: It per cent less than JU60; rlne prr cent Ret I2.CSO, nr moro ant rnly arr> paid tnoro than II.COO t Je.ir. Thrre were rrporlrd C. Cnulnn, rhlrf ilatlitlcian n the Mate Industrial lo thi rn-nnilislnn on church and counlrj llfo. Niagara Falls Has City Tirr rut tuinij-r of C-J mint-: r ut tt'j 11 a y-ar. 8 in ib ATERIE, PA. Loss of Over Million Dollars in Elevator Cr.r. Pa.. Der. 19. e-n li ntl.jii wirr Ij fur i, hii.- Urn i illi.i. 1 rani i ilnllnv fin- lituLi- uil 1 lijli.-h: an I ub n tli- rill il. irrurl ml. ir.r ..f w is a ftirnin. bird uarx th- firmrii ib, of tbr rlrvatur. Th ir i< run-il-r ililr Mi'p'rimi Jirlinx Ib' iiririn nl thi- fitr. VIrril li- eilte I moti la witb ib I fir M- Inli I'} aid will in- iBIPLE TRAGEDY OVER S44 BILL I'jrl (h X. f. i- Iul'-l lu rullrrt whirh wa bit Mix Cltik ml Tirkrr i d-illi in anj b-ii Til'n kr (nt I hi- iroi.iy. 'Ink h-   llrinl Trunk railway shops at .'jlnt HI. Cbirtrs shortly be fore noun Two alarms called all atalta- jle appiratui to tbe GET OUT OR STAND TRIAL Uncle Sam's Ultimatum to Austrian Consul SOUTH SPOUTS FIRE CeertU Senator Scntallonal Spctch Houte Adjouttn INr. 10. _ Caurrlll- of tbr rfi'iilur o( Alnjr.dn >lum-r. Autliiin rtinuil grmut :n Nrw YulL HIT. an I a i5.tr. n.d ttll If ih-- ruuntt; or firr rr.ciinri Mill ib' of Irl Slilri lu Ibr ilrraird of V'l-lntn rlntir tbit Ib- pirlni. nt of j'Klirr nilhlliu itut plnttfl tu di animunillun lb< itl Kr. "Tbr I'nitiri Stiln nntif) Iliiliinttil it will unit nn wufd nr art tiitnltjri M thr Mas tin nrJ-n ut mir nf ni trr.nlirt.ai rrrr drtittrid in rungim in whirh Iliiki- Smith ul Citf 211 luliy aoiilrd Ihr lleilifb inltt- ferrtire with Aniniran rnmmrrre If thr to invit- litltim of thr mmliiririil MorkauYr. lu hitr Ib- M-nitr niiiunl- trr on fiirriin ruU: Ibr irrumtnrnd In rot-fir.. way ut plDrtrilinj la rnd I In Mil lirilnirnt Arueliran an I Wa'hinilon. INr. III. Thr Unt- il jliilitMi Itir laid ItfclrSl Ic-tjl) uf Male l.ili-in: ilidrlirr In uli- thr III it HnlUI w tnhip rliiird Ilinith tliainri Vinlinl uf tbr thru- luiti limit ulf ihr Allintir cuitt twuwuki an. Dre. in. Tbr btiiM in M-AMIMI but tiilnutis teds) until neat at ANNUAL SESSION OF 1915 ENDED fiupcrvltors Work and Ad- journ Mill.- Vill-y, Dec. ID tu The I'ren The .iniiuil of the lutrd ut I'ip.'rvli'irs, ml tbr lut Hireling ut Ih- Itiird as II nan- is ciimtltulril, run; In .in ml lilr Jrslerdiy. when Unit .idjiurniiirnt was taken. The hurl of lull] will meet eaily in Janu- nrj fnr nigiiiliilhii ind Ih i first of III.- I'llii K-i'ioni. Therewlll I'.' numrruiM rhinurs in the immber- Inil Inillfilloni nil jti'iit to aeon liniiinrr nf Ih cprctrnt uririnltalioii Mr. ItiMers presented Ibe tin- ruunty building committee on the cii'inty hiime nf Mirlilm, and teccui1 men led the Initallitioii uf a tmall rastnr anl dvmma for use after tht lirgr dvnitnu shut ilnun for thi n'jht, MI thit oil lamps need not 11 uieJ, and recommended tbe appicrrl- ilion uf fur suRRistrd impiove- mrnts. A resolution making tbr prupriation was adopted. .Mr. l.ionird'a act amending tbcdep was pissed. In tbe afternoon inemnriiU for de- membrrii were I'arkc ut Diylnn, IS03- whodiid .March 17, IVI5; lllran. K. Whelpley uf 1331, died Nor. JO, Mr. l.runird's :h; roinmlllce of buildings It procure uf the rtprnsr ul bill Jin j .1 suitable Iliepiuuf udditlci thr county clerk's office and porting Ihr mine lu thi- toird, wet aJoptrd. On motion ol Mr. llcleomb tbr jtut nil clerk was autburlrd lu ronlraet en fur thr printing ot IIIVI copies tl thr joiirtul'anJ 75 copies fur eseb ipiarlrrly session. On nmllull ot .Mr. CoiigJon a liltlon was adopted' mudiffing tie eoanty highway byelimlnatlis thr section running northerly i fiom the Interaction nf Main ilrrrf and Ililtlrdge roid In thr village of'ltari- dulph, and substituting Iherrfnr 'tbr at Ihr Interne- tlnn nf Jameslnwn strrrl and'lllfcbald street In Ihr village of llamlolrib- runntnj thence, wanjo town line to ronnrct with the county (n tbr town ot Con- Mr. Ikttird offrrni a wbich min and jmrnil clrrk far tbrir xr- ticrs ani Irrattnfnl. FairotU wrrr made ly tbr usiljuini arr to b- replieyd by uibrra next jrar. Nirbali ascnrrd Ibr luirJ I bit liteb string would al- wavt b- out at tbr jul for tbr Drzt tbrrr )nn fur tbr snprrtinn. and tbr loirJ wiiboat date. Mr. LroatrJ of tbe commit tee on mirlcif tstrs 737JI bid k-rn rullrctrj fnaa IbU rcr dirin; tbr jnr. and tbit tbe n-: imiant tor was tMJJI. Hilt of Ibis Rni In thrststa MO I bilf U for local distribution, ai Asbfard. Carrolllun. Cold. ing. fit M; East {C Elkn. Ulirottville. u-rsiillr. (77.11: rranklinvillr, f 11301; rreedooi, Crnt Val- ley, M10.I6; Ilinvlile, Iwbut. Lion. II; IJUlr Vallry. JIOI.7I; 1 yndon. Mirbtit. ManilirlJ.   Tbe jib was siniilir to other recent bur- Ularles throughout tbls section. VCLLA ACQUITTED OF Warrtn Jury Rtturntd Vtrdlct ttr i UMInuUs Warren: Drc. 10. It took a War- ren county jury only II minutes _. ter'Jiy to return a vrrdirt-.of, .not guilty In tbe case ot Oraslo cbirgrd murder of- lljriy Huckcnberry. i Kllicottvllte, tirange .S'o. 1019 burned the 'JK on Ita ball Wednesday', evening at speed) meeting. 'E. ll.'Terry of ui, county deputy, was In tbe ceremonies. Herman K.' Crofoot; 'y. mtnigrr ot the'Cattaraugus lann bureaui an4 ca-Senator llollrry of Olran was also In attend- Mansfield Orange, la one of Ike s miMt enterprising'graaces in stn New York. v.f   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

25 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 130 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 11 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication