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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 5, 1916, Indiana, Pennsylvania 1 V tf tf k WtLL RECEIVE REGULAR COMMUNICATIONS FRdM THE SOYS ON THE BORDER BY SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT EDWARD M SV VOLUME 244 INDIANA PENNSYLVANIA WEDNESDAY JULY 5 1916 TWO Carranzas For The Time Bein Talk At The National High Administration Officials After Hastily Scan ning the Document Delivered Today Say That It Seems to Open a Way for a Speedy Adjust ment of All Differences Between the Govern jfrient of the United States and the De Facto Gov ernment of Mexico THE LATEST NOTE IS MODEL OF BREVITY WASHINGTON July Car reply to the American note of June and the ultimatum of June 26 has ended for the lime being af war talk in Washington High ad ministration officials a filer hastily scanning the document delivered to day to the State Department say that it seems to open up a way for a speedy adjustment of all differences between the government of the United Stales and the de facto govcnment of Mexico The note a model of brevity sign ed by Foreign Minister Aguilar breathes conciliation in its every pa ragraph While insisting thai he presence of American troops on Mexi can is as a trespass on the soverignily of Mexico is the immediate cause of the conflict between the two governments Gen Carranxa for the first time personal ly assumes part of the blame by ad mitting that I he insecurity of the fronicr gives the United a just cause of complaint against his government By doing so officials said he lies the hands of the admin stration so far as any aggressive mili tary measures in Mexico are concern ed and opens the way to a diplomatic parley to settle all points in dispute directly pledges himself to employ means to prevent any new incidents that will complicate the sHuation lie says he has accepted in principle the suggestion of the LatinAmericans that mediation be resorted to to settle the points of dif ficulty but also asks whether direct negotiations would be favored by the United Stales Both at the White House and the State Department it was said that the fact that the note was not re sponsive to the demand of the United States that define his in tentions toward the American expedi tion now in Mexico and say whether Gen Trevino in oKtering the attack on the 10th Cavalry troopers at Car mal did so in response lo orders from Mexico Cily will not cause any com plication slalement thai the release of the prisoners was a proof of sincerity probably will be accepted as covering this point in view of the friendly tone of tiho communication A copy of the imte was sent to President Wilson as soon as it had boon translated When Secretary Lansing was asked whether the Per ching Expedition would now be with drawn he said that that was a mat ter for Secretary of War Baker to decide Rare Operation Saved Mans Life MUNCIE July rare surgical operation was per formed here today by Or I J Anderson on Waller Joyce aged JlTi who was stabbed during a fight Joyce bad been pronounc ed dead by physicians Dr An derson made an incision and massaged Joyces heart Soon there was a noticeable pulse Several stitches were taken to close a wound in the heart Shortly afterwards Joyce reviv ed and spoke His condition is satisfactory The result of the operation is being watched care fully by physicians all over the United States Practical Joke Worked Well When a friend of Mele Pohulic n llorwat of Jfaydenville noticed that be was recklessly spending his money ho was asked why he wanted to get rid if it so fast Mele was paid last and re ceived more than in uqar ters half dollars and dimes He told his friends that he wanted to gct rid of the money before July 1 as it would be no good after June 30 Tho llorwat had learned that this government planned to issue new half dollars nnd hud been told laht after the first of the month old silver would not bo accepted GRAND SPECIAL TONIGHT The first of a series of views with boys of Co F The views tonight the boys at Ml Jrutnu just be leaving for Texas KILLED UNDER FALL OF ROCK While at work in the mines at Cly mer on Monday Joseph Jeeclcs aged ibout id years a Frenchman was caught beneath a fall of rock and sus laned a broken neck from which he lied shortly after being released He eaves his widow and three children The funeral services and interment ivere conducted yesterday morning REFUGEES HAVE ALMOST ALL LEFT WASHINGTON Jury every who desires to cave has been started from Mexico ity for the United States Consul leneral Rodgers at the Mexican capi al today reported to the State De partment that there were 200 Ameri ans still in Mexico City but that practically all of hern had determin ed to remainthere no matter what happened lie said Americans left July for Vera Crux on a special car NO ANTITOXIN WAS USED HERE No tetanus antitoxin was used in Indiana yeslerday and from what can ho learned there were no accidents of a serious nature resulting from the Iclehratioii of Independence Day in Indiana yesterday The Allison drue slore was designated as tho headquar rVi for this work but Mr Allison stated this morning thai he was not called upon to break the package con taining the antitoxin received from the state With the exception of the sad death by electrosution mention of which is made in another column the Fourth of July in this place passed oil very quietly a majority of the residents finding amusement and plasuro in the surrounding towns and cities American Steamer Sunk Dover July American Steamer Jacob Luckenback bound from San Fiiuicisco to Leith was sunk off Downs near Dover early to day in collision wilh the steamei Kddystone crew was saved Colonial Today Big show today See that sterling artist Ben Wilson in IILs World ol Darkness also showing His Wood en wilh Billio Hhoiles Five biji reds daily in Indianas coolest tbealre Stewarts Auto Livery will take you any place on earth Both CLYMER HAVING A in Over Visitors the Town Yesterday to Assist in the Opening of Home Coming Week Games THE ATTRACTIONS Clymer is having a big old week as the result of the advertised Homc Coming which was extensively adver tised all over this section of the Slate Yesterday an estimated crowd of persons were visitors in the new town and from the length of time they stayed it is judged they had a good lime Hundreds of the visitors were rom Indiana who paid a courtesy as a little relurn for the many Clymeriles who helped us celebrate Centennial two weeks ago The Carnival which is appearing auspices of the Clymer Firc nen is having a line week and the Joyous scenes that attended the Indi ina amusement is being duplicated in jhe adjoining tmvn There is all sorts f hilarity but no serious disorder has vct been reported Two ball games were played yes terday between the Clymer and Ros iter teams The morning game went to the home team by the score of G to and the afternoon game lo Ihe vis ors with a 10 tally Today the Cly Tier learn is playing Slarford Thurs lay Sagamore Friday New Mine md Saturday St Benedict Tomorrow will be Indiana Day at be celebration and another record reaking crowd is expected The lo committee have outdone themselv es in preparing for the day and amuse ncnts of all descriptions including a mmber of athletic events of various natures will be held Every resident of Indiana shoud iike a trolley ride out to Clymer and nolp along with the big time ERROR IN DATE OF CLUB MEETING Through an error of composition in Mondays issue the date of the annual meeting of the Indiana County Con gress of Womens Clubs was given as Saturday This was a mistake as the neeting is to be held on sixth Owing to a change of arrange sessions of the meeting will be held in the Baptist church Instead of at the Y M C and all delegate are risuested lo be there promptly at At a lunch will be served iy the Ladies Aid Society of the Bap tist Church at Tide a plate All those who expect to attend the luncheon should inform Mrs II C Christy at once Call For Hank Statements Washington July comp troller of the Currency today issued a call for the condition of the Nat ional Hanks at the close of business Friday June JO EN ROUTE TO EL PASO TEXAS Clyde Caldwell a member of Com pany I1 in writing to an Indiana friend on a postcard dated July 4 11 it m oays train hound for El Paso Texas crossed into Ohio p m Monday Boys all well and enjoying trip Expect to be in Chicago Tues day night Tell the boys Ibey art missing half a life Owing to the strict censorship thai is being placed on all troop move ments tho correspondent has thus far been unable to get won through to this pIaee bill il is though that the regular letters will be rosum u few days FOURTH MARRED NEAR INDIANA Joseph Gabster 15 of Ernest Caught Hold of Heavily Charged Wire on Tuesday and Was Shocked to Death STORY OF TRAGEDY The celebration of Independence Day was marred in Indiana yeslerday by a ragedy that occurred near Waller station on the line of the Indi ina Street Railways Company Jo eph dabster aged Ifi years son of Andrew dabster of Ernest caught lold of a wire while wading through small creek and was electrocuted leath occurring almost instantly Some time ago an Indiana lad run the line from the street cnr vire to a summer camp which he and lis friends used during the summer When the camp was abandoned the emoval of the wire was not marie and is a consequence was still heavily when the accident happened Young dabster wilh a number of riends a majority of whom were nenibers of the local liny Scouts were ngaged in fishing and incidental ports yesterday The lad and a com lanion started down the creek and the passed under the wire safe y while young dabster caught hold if the wire with his hands and was Vitally shocked His companion who vas George Illancbard of Ernest hold of dabster and was brown several feet away by the force if the electricity A farmer boy vhosiname cannot be learned wrap ied his coat around the1 striken boy ml succeeded in loosening him from he wire The young man was still when released but death a short time afterwards The deceased leaves his father and wo brothers John and James the lat er two living in Detroit Mich The uneral arrangements have not been ompleted pending word of the arrival f the brothers Total Number of Prison ers Captured by Them Alone Since Drive Be gan Last Saturday Is More Than CANNONS TAKEN PARIS July rTo the north and Nouth of the Somme river the steady idvance of the French continues in of rainstorms and furious coun er attacks by the Germans The total number of prisoners cap ured by the French alone since the Irive began last Saturday in more than according to an ollicial statement given out this afternoon One armyof corps captured ill guns ml the total number taken has mi yet been comited North of the Somme German trenches east of Curlu were captured in a storm attack and thV French al so occupied Sormont farm South of the river the Germans using fresh troops delivered strong attacks and succeeded in occupying HelloyneiiSanteiTe but were driven out by the French counter attacks There has been no letup in the vio lence of the fighting in Picurdy de spite the stormy wealher Although the weather has been foggy the bit guns on both sides are in furious act ion This is the nfih day of Uie mighty offensive movenmenl of the Allies and already the results are so tre mendous as to cause widcspreac amazement Mary Boland At StrandToday MaryBoland in The Price of Hap See this great palure am profit Jfcnjumiit Air Hide safe hardshooting air gun J M Stewart and Jo ENGAGEMENT IS ANNOUNCED The following interesting social note taken from the Marlins Ferry One of the most dplighted and clev Tly planned Wonts of the season was ied Thursday afternoon at I he home of Miss Lucile Perry in South Urd street Martins Ferry Several friends vpre invited lo enjoy an afternoon with needlework and after several ileasnnl social hours a surprise was with the dainty pinkandwhito uncheon In addition to the tiny askels which were used as favors jjiiesl received a pretty pink rose n the center of which was buried a pink heart on which was announced he engagement of Miss Mary Jami of Martins Ferry and Chester iayly of Indiana The guest list in only a few of the most intimate ripnds of the hridetohe Miss Jamison is the attractive and iccomplished daughter of Mrs Augus us Jamison of Martins Ferry and nit recently completed a twoyears errn as supervisor of music of the ndiana Schools She was graduated Yom I he Kerry High School the class of and later com the course as given at the Vormal Conservatory of Music The wedding will lie the culmination f a school romance the groomtobe laving also attended Indiana Normal vhere he won fame as an athlete He lolds a responsible position with thf amden N Coke Co LARGE TRANSFERS ARE RECORDED Mis Myrtle Jane McKendrick of Water street has disposed of a arm containing acres in herryhill township Onethird of the racl has been sold to Rembrandt Vale for and the other two birds to the Clearfield Bituminous oal Corporation for If Other transfers recorded are W II to Edward J Flem ng lot in Fourth Ward Mary C Burns to II W Brilhart acres and perches in Grant J A Hook to Andrew J Laurent ot in While 10 Walker Smith to J A Hook lot n White Joseph Ross to Gabriel Waterson Ls in Washington OIHCATION CONVKNTION DISCUSSES PHIOIARRDNKSS NEW YORK July pre aredncss for war WHS the principal pic of discussion today at the con cilium of the National Education which has drawn icrsons to this city The speakers on the program this iftfrnoon concluded James Y Joyner Superintendent of Public In lructionn of North Carolina Car Pearse president of the Mil waukee State Nomal School G Stan ey Hall president of Clark Univer sity Fannie Fern Andrews sec The Fourth at She I licks liaseball croquet quoits and sing featured a day long to be remem icred at Frank J Shettucks of White ownship yesterday A cool cement d cellar with a table twenty feet ong loaded to the breaking point but ilas when dinner and supper was over he table looked desolate1 A male juartetle Ilosack Lydick Wachob md McCoy were in their element with ilil fashioned songs and added much u the iiccasion We wish to add that Dr Hosack is some ball player and ihal John D lience can hold his own in pitching quoits and Mrs Dr Ho sack made them all stand around when it came to playing croquet A Miss Manners from near Marion Cen ter could catch ball with either hand ither e all play right or left and put to the boys who thought they ball Annual Straw Hat Sale at One Half Price This takes in our entire Straw Hat stock Panamais Leghorns Splits SenneUs Braids and Milans Hrokm not all some cases only one and two of a style So re member tomorrow is the day for rea straw hat values pay us one half the marked price WINE WINE Round the Corner THE WEATHER Fair tonight awl ADDITIONAL DEMS SECURED OF EVENTS LEADING UP TO THE LAST ILLNESS AND DEATH OF DR WILSO From What Can Be Learned Prominent Indiaffi Resident Missionary and Director of the Armeri5 4 ian Relief Work in Europe Was a Victim of tif8p Virulent Typhus ETTER PREPARED FAMILY FOR The entire community was shocked uul grieved to learn of the death of lev Dr S G Wilson at Per sia on Sunday July 2 as noted in The Evening of Monday last Mrs Wilson had recently received letters rom Dr Wilson telling of his arrival it his old home in Persia after having pcnt many months in superintending he Armenian Relief Work The letters old of his gratification at seeing his dd friends and spoke of the enthusiam vith which he was greeted by his for ner students and associates in Tab Tl was Iherefore with Ihe great surprise that Mrs Wilson received in Saturday the following1 letter from he Assistant Secretary of Board of oreign Missions of the Presbyterian with offices in New York The Board of Foreign Missions of The Presbyterian Church in The U S A Fifth New York To the Family of Dr S G Wilson Dear Wilson has been loing such splendid and highly com nended relief work in the Caucasus md southward during the last six or even months that we regret very nuch that sickness has intervened to top temporarily his exceedingly ef ective and extensive usefulness We nave just received word through the Department of State of a cablegram received from the American Consul at jflis dated June The cablegram late that Graccy ending large number of cattle Wil on down with typhoid at We had receiivcd a letter from Ta irix Station only a few days ago tell ng of Dr Wilsons arrival at Tabriz md of the Missions heaty welcome to him and great joy at having him among them once more What is ur surprise and sorrow to receive oday this message that he is ill with yphoid He has labored all these Tionlhs in the midst of diseases of nany kinds and then returning to lis own home Station is stricken with fever We earnestly hope and pray for speedy recovery for Dr Wilson and that he may soon be restored happy health and his usual ant service for the kingdom of Ohfiftti With kind regards I am Very sincerely yours George T Scott Assistant Secretary Dr Wilson had been inoculated last Fall in Indiana to render him immune from typhoid Some of friends therefore were encouraged hope that if he had typhoid Lt would be a very light case Others that his disease might not be ty phoid but rather the more typhus They were therefore siome what prepared for the sad news ofi Sunday Dr Wilson had suffered jury in a railroad accident a yearor two ago from which he had t fully recovered His heart had been weakened and other permanent juries received which wtould lessen1 materially his resistance against seasc From a human stand pointy Dr Wilsons loss to the Mission Field and to the near Eastern World is simply incaluabla at this time I knowledge of the natives as well asf his love for them his mastery of thetvt languages his native business abiliy ty his entire consecration and thefi very high esteem in which he w held by all with wihom he came intoJ contact made him peculiarly fitted carry out the difficult and work which he had so selfsacrificingJ ly undertaken It will be a month or six weeks before authentic of the details of his illness will reachi his friends It is a comfort to however to know that his last days wore spent among Christian his every need in as far as those who were able and glad to minister to needs could be satisfied by human skill DOT FFSENTENCES unacy Commission Will Be Appointed to Inves tigate the Mental Con dition of Three Charg ed with Arson OTHER WORK DONE A number of important cases wore lisposed of at Mondays sentence court In the cases of William and Sarah McDivilt and Abraham Porter all of North Mahoning township who are barged with arson it was decided to appoint a commission on lunacy to Investigate their mwital condi tions Harry Sink and Ira Good both of South Mahoning township pled guil ty to robbery The former was gi ven an indeterminate sentence to the State Industrial Training School at while the latter was sen tenced to the Huntingdon Retorma Cory In addition they are to pay the costs of prosecution and refund the money which they sccuecl through blackmail and extortion from aged Davis of Plumville Frank Duroskey pled guilty to ag gravated assualt and battery The prisoner only has one leg but was charged with boating a fellow work man over the head with his crutch The trouble grew out of tho labor troubles at Lucerne miaes lie drew a threemonths jail sentence Annie Chespar for conducting a speakeasy wus lined and tenced to three months in tho house with the proviso of paroled oncondition that she pay the costs of prosecution a fine 0 and to hereafter refrain the sale of liquor Cemi Raul for bhe same offence of which Mrs Chespar was charged wa given a fine and a sentence to the worhouse Louie Lefranki another speakeasy proprietor was fined and given a sixmonths workhouse sentence WINNERS AT LUXENBERGS Clyde Gessler and Miss Anthony drew the luck numbers Luxenbergs new jewelry atoro as a result each wore given some presents Mr Gesslers was a gold watch while Misa ony became the proud owner beautiful diamond ring The were drawn by Miss Thelrna will in tho presence of 200 Four thousandi two hundred and fifty people registered in the contests the lucky numbers were 383 and JOB8t R P Men Promoted The Mechanical Department of Buffalo Rochester Pittsburgh way has announced the following motions to take effect July Istj Mr John F Mullen Js promftte4 Assistant Mechanic in Buffalo Division with at Buffalo Creek N Y Mr EdwarcJ F Iloughton Is ed to Supernntoncjent of Salamanca NY Mr James Medland U Foreman at Clarion of Iulm Heuch Broken sizes and ferent lej ed rim fin toy 7s5Q
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