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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 21, 1916, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                VOL 12 No 258 INDIANA PENN5YLVANIA FRIDAY JULY S S GLASSES HAD A FINE PICNIC Presbyterians En joyable Event at W Evans Home Luther ans in Picnic at Fair Grounds1 on Thursday BRIDGE CLUB MEET A mosit event of last ev ening was the joint picnic held by the members of the Mr Learn and Miss Stewart Sabbath School clas ses of the First Presbyterian church held at White township home of Wil liam A TCvans The 125 persons who comprise the membership oif the class were met at the trolley station by automobiles and taken to the Evans home It was a most enjoy able dcoosion and the hospitality of the Evans family was evidenced in the generous way in which the spring chicken watermelon and other de licacies iarwl siiiljsliantinls wore dfife tributed with belling and eatimg ef fect among the visitors The honor guests wore the Rev Dr and Mrs J R Zeigler and their family and Aljtbrney and Mrs Ilartry Kaihart and their daughter Miss Lois Ear hart Rev Zciglcr being pastor of the congregation and Mr Earhart of the Sabbath School Lutherans PicNicked The members of Zion Lutheran Sabbath School held a picnic at the Grounds yesterday About 100 attended and a afternoon is The ladies who had charge of the luncheon handled the big crowd splendidly and everyone was filled to J E Mann chairman oif the en tertaimncnt committee had a fine program arraniged Among the ev ents were shot put running broad grin 20 yard peanut dash running high whistle for boys act but the big event of the day was the ball game between a team of the officers and teachers and another team picked from the school The igaimc was only well under way when Clyde Seanor pitcher for the officers and teachers team knocked the ball so far that before it could be found supperwas announced Everyone us looikimg forwiard to a rcipibition of the doliigMfiul picnic next year Among the enjoyable events of the day were the selections given by the Indiana quartette composed of Messrs Ilasinger Crops Brothers and Datightery Thursday Bridge Club The Thursday afternoon bridge club members were entertained in the home of Mrs James Jack on Philadelphia street yesterday NEW MINE TO OPEN NEAR MARION MARION CENTER July is given out thut Dr Blaisdoll will commence work next week on the opening for his mines to operate the coal recently purchased smith of town As has boon stated before the openiing will bo on the S S at or near tiho present open ing The bran oh of the R and P railway will pass through the lands of tho McLnnahan heirs J II Rochester farm and DO acres pur chased by Dr BUvisdell Kin ley Hunter Members of Uho new company were in town this week looking after houses for the men Empty houses are a scarce article just Grand Theatre Today An elaborate screen version of The Three Musketeers as DArta gan Ammged and drecled by Thos Jnco as n special Kay Bee Triangle film Admission 5 and 10 cents WJNfl WINE nuts Panamas and Leghorns at price Fowl Sale afternoon at 3 oclock in the Parish room of the Church THE WEATHER BODY OF LATROBE TROOPER FOUND Remains of Private Haag of Company M Who Was Drowned at Bo quillas Was Recovered Late Yesterday ACTIVITIES THERE EL PASO July Jlichnnl Coulter of the Tenth Pennsylvania received word tonight From Maj Gen It W Coulter at Marathon that the body of Thomas Hang the private oC Cbmpany M of Latrobc Pa who was frowned at Borjuilla was re covered late this afternoon Pennsylvania troops today began moving from Camp Pershing to their now quarters at Camp Stewart Neith er ofliccrs nor men were pleased over the moving but orders had to be obey ed and the or more men were obliged to leave a comfortable camp site for another four miles away where water and other facilities necessary to the health and comfort of the men are difficult to obtain Under bitter protests in the na ture of a letter to Maj Gen C M Clement commander of the Seventh Division which is composed of the Pennsylvania guard organizations the Eighteenth Regiment moved its camp site this afternoon The Sixteenth will follow tomorrow and the Tenth Saturday Gen Logan who was removed to the base hospital at Fort Bliss suffering from heat exhaustion and ptomaine poisoning was much improved BULGARIA IN NEW PEACE MOVEMENT Premier Has Summoned the Sobrange to Discuss the Situation Russians Furiously Attacking Hindenbergs Army TWO SUBS SUNK LONDON July wireless despatch from transmiits Sofia advices stating that Bulgaria is seriously considering making peace and that Premier Badoslavoff has summoned the Sobrange Congress to discuss the situation Russians in Big Attack PET HOG RAD July Rus sians under Gicn Ivimrpatkin are furiotisly attacking tho German army under Field Marshall von llinden burg in the Riga sector according to dispatches from tho front today For several days tho Germans have been subject to the artillery fire of the Rusians which devastated the en emys positions and paved tho way for the infantry assaults The heavy artillery of the Russians has broken the German front accor ding to the reports from the front and tho Genmans have suffered heavy losses Field Marshall von Hihdcm borg is personaly directing the Ger man defense Kovol is again seriously endan gered Lenihorg is also momuod and tho city is almost entirely evaouat od by tho civil population Accord ing to ono report the Austrian head quarters staff decided to move from the city which is reported could not defended A if SuhmnHiio Sunk VIENNA July garian torpedo bouts destroyed on the night of July 15 an Italian and an other submarine jn the Adriatic tin Admiralty announced today Colonial Totlay Pont wory about tha heat conn to the coolest theatre in day a Big Reel Kamedy with Alice tlowell in The Great Smash 2 other 8ood ones MEXICO THE LAND OF THE BANDIT C r s Detail map showing location of places daily breaking into tho news BALTIMORE July to evade the British warships grimly guarding the road to the open sea off he Virginia Capes today absorbed attention of Capt Paul Koenig f the German submarine Dcutsch aml Capt Koenig has discovered hat from the time the Dcutschland eaves her slip in Baltimore harbor until she clears the threemile limit ff the capos she will bo constantly under the scrutiny of enemy eyes A small fleet of motor boats manned by bservcrs of the Allied powers is scat ered along the Chesapeake Bay with orders to watch tho Dcutschland and keep the Allied cruisers off the capes informed of the submarines move ments Information which seemed reliable iday placed the time of departure of the submarine at 1 oclock tomorrow morning U S WILL HSREE ST PAUL July Prohibi ion party will bring to its close to lay one1 of the stormiest conventions n tho history of the party with the lomination of candidates for President uid vice President J Frank Hanly former governor of ndiann will in all probability be the residential nominee and his running natc may bo any one of a half a dox n men ft is not likely that nom nations will be in order until late his afternoon or tonight Chairman Patton called the conven ion to order at today The new ncmbers of the National Committee vere confirmed A motion to adopt the platform as a vhole without amendment precipitat 1 a long and tedious controversy delegates objected to the lit rary qualities of the declaration and thers to the beverage clause in the Prohibition plank These latter vanted the convention to declare igainst liquor for medicinal purposes Wrangling was still in progress when his account was written BAND CONCERT AT THE COUNTY HOME Tho otncors and inmates of tho County Homo were regaled last even ing with a splendid concoct given by o Indiana Military Band The mem bers of the band wore in their turn regaled with refreshments consisting of buttermilk sandwiches cako and other delicacies prepared by Mrs McLain and her helpers It was an event and ono that will long bo remembered by tho ladies and gen tlemen who are the Countys guests Tho members of tho band desire to publically express their thanks to tho vners of automobiles who donated thorn for members use last evening Now band uniforms on the Palm Bouch order are to bo received early next week and shortly after the band will inaugurate a series of summer concerts in front of tho Municipal building I OWN MAKES RECORD AS WATKR CONSUMER Martins Ferry July one day tliis city used gallons of water Tho town has a population of Washing clothes and tlui boat wave uro blamed Clara KimbuU Young The queen of the screen in Tho Feast of at tho Strand today PwUu tionhi Tho finest Pino apples Tho Puntu CJonhi from Florida Iwvi arrived HOBS Fruit and Produce Htort Sumo Rare Bargains are to be found on tfho counters Friday ant Saturday at LOUCUlliYS Wlflfl Shirts values WASIIJNGTON July American government will accept the suggestions of the de facto govern ment of Mexico for settlement by commission of throe of the questions nitlincd in the Mexican noto oif July 11 The State Department will sug egst in return and insist on accept ance by tho Mexican City govern ment that the commissions bind tha government to insure ade luatc protectio of the American bor der from the Mexican side subject to the approval of both governments The a range men ts for the negotia tions will not bo delayed more than a week at the most it was said1 to lay At tho Mexican Embassy Confi dence was expressed that Gen Car ranvca would raise no objection to the American suggestion The only delay it was pointed out i duo to the ne of transmitting to Mexico City for approval every stcy of the agree ments being conducted by Acting Sechetary Poik and Ambassador De signate Arredondo Chauffeurs Take Notice Rditor Gazette Persons driving automobiles can sco tho ordinance governing and reg ulating traffic within the limits of the borough of Indiana by calling at tho office of the clerk of council or from any of the borough officials Tho no cessary sounding of bells horns or other devices must bo done but the unnecessary sounding and tho use of tho cutout which is always annoying in tho borough is prohibited by or dinance as well as the turning in and stopping or not stopping on tho left side ofthe street Those are all dnr of tho law and the lino for those violations is from two to twentyfive dollars in default of which tho violator may bo sent to jail for days Important An important mooting of the Chamber of Oomiincrce is called toi MonduV night in tho Municipay build ing It is urgciitly requested that all members bo prosont Dont forgot Tinda Jiara at tin Strand Monday Stewarts Auto Livery will take you any place on earth Both Marguerite Chirk in Tho Princi and the Pauper Monday at tin Grand Admission 10 15 cunts ns Sandals iito Tan and Patient at prices Hartsocks Philadelphia August records now on sale a Streams v STORMY SESSIONS WILL END TODAY Drohibitions toNominate Candidates Late Today J Frank Hanly Will in All Probability Be the Presidential Nominee BUCKWHEAT PICNIC AUGUST 10 AND 11 The annual homte pjicnie vill bo hold in the T C Work grove t Richmond on Thursday and Fri ay August 10 and 11 All kinds of imusements Will ho provided inchul ng races dancing ball games fine mcrygoround etc Music will he a rominent feature The grove will be pen all week for picnics dancing Additional will e given from time to ARGUE PLATFORM TWO REUNIONS BEING PLANNED The McCullough reunion will be icld on Wednesday August 23 at he home of Mrs Nancy McKay at Jrey Pa The citizens of the Brandon school Hstnict and all otiheiis Hnterested will meet ait tlie Brandon school house tomormv evening to take act on on holding a reunion of the ichools ualmnii this year and jif de ided in favor of it to make arrange nents for the same SILVER CUP FOR PUNXSY Y M C A P L E DECLARE EXTRA DIVIDEND Pittsburgh Lake Eric Railway to lay announced that it had declared in extra dividend of 20 per cent and nad authorised the issue of 100 in new stock to present stockhold ers at if50 a share The last sale of and L E stock on the Pittsburg Stock Exchange was at a share POINTS ON PEOPLE Masses Mary Cribbs Rluth Hah and Mrs E E CrLbbs Walter Ilollis and Benj Walter motored to Indiana from Blairsville yesterday afternoon Mathow H Bruce of Oak street is spending a few days in1 Pittsburg Mrs Kaph Moordead of Church street is visiting friends in Liver more Mrs Harry Bart ley and her daugh ter Katherine are spending some lime with Prof and Mrs A W Wilson al Kiski Miss Patterson of Pittsibuigh is tho guest of Miss Vera Simpson who is spending some time at the Normal School u Miss Hope Stewart oif the Normal is visiting with friends in Pittsburg Stacy H Smith and his son Sbacy and Frank Wood and his son Har vey arc spotnliivg two weoks1 camp ing on the banks of Yellow Creek Dr and Mrs Nix of Wehrum wore Indiana visitors Thursday Mrs Virginia White of Washington P is visiiting in tho homo of her fathoi Jon Harry White t Mrs Malvma Isiddlo ol the Nor mal is spending some time in Pitts burgh with her soninlaw and dmi ghter Mr and Mrs Comstock Mrs Williiam of Churcl striot has returned from a weekt visit with relatives in Pittsburgh Clark in The Prince and this Pauper Monday at the Grand Admission 10 1ft cunts Whito and Low Cut shoes at bar gain prices Ilartsotk Shoo Storo The Remnant Sale begins Friiluji morning at 8 oclock W R LOUCHUtY op The silver cuip won by the relay miners of the Central Y M C of this city in the Punxsutawney o Indiana relay race of June 23 has ecn received says the Punxsntaw icy Spirit Tho cup stands about 12 nches in height and although simple n design is a beauty Y M C A unxsutawney Indiana Relay June 3 iPil First is e on TO THE YOUNG LADIES OF TOWN All young women of Indiana who lo not have the opportunity of at ending Sabbath School at any church Sabbath morning arc most cordial y invited to attend a Neighborhood Young Womens Bible Class which meets in the iSabbath School room if the First U Presbyterian church oaclh Sabbath afternoon at 3 oclock PITTSBURGH P M IS KNOWN HI Alexander S Who was Appointed foi f Position Was a Teacher of Latin at the Indiana Normal Scinooi NEW ACTIVITIES Alexander S Guffey who has just been appointed Postmaster of Pitta to succeed Dr G W McNeil is favorable known to many people of Indiana but especially HO to fcbe older students and officers and1 teachers of the Normal School Back the early ruin cities just after Mr Guffey had been graduated from college he came to Indiana as instructor of Latin at the Normal School Since leavingIn diana he hafe never allowed his inter est in the big school to grow dim and frequently since that time haa visited here as the guest of MiisA Jane E Leonard and Mr and Thomas Button1 Although Dr George W McNei has been removed as ipostmasiter of Pittsburgh and Postmaster General Albert S Burleson has issued a Sjtate ment the Pittsburgh office has no official notice that DT McNeil is no longer its head Business is still be ing transacted in his name and will continue to be until the bonding com pany installs dts representative So far Mr Guffey haa not taken of the office It develorps that the dismissal of Dr McNeilhad ibeen decided upon the bonding company had agreed to designate Mr f to take temporary charge and ident Wiilson had acquiesed an the aa pointment of Mr Guffey for a year term before DT McNeil apprised of his The postmaster is the ibrother osf gheny County Democratic chairman Joseph IP Guffey iV Daily Account Of Doings Of Our Soldier Boys Camp Pershing July 17 Dear People Sunday evening at we had guard mount and Co P went on guard for 24 hours This ceremony was an impressive affair and Co F surely kept up its reputation The guard consisted of Lieut Mc Henry with Sergeant Timberlake Cor porals Matthews and Smith and 40 privates The ceremony was held on the par ade ground in front of the Colonels tent and Capt McLain was officer of the day The officer of te day rank ing next to the Colonel having change of the guarding and dicipMne if the regiment The band with the buglers led the procession and the guard was formed by Adjutant Powell Tho prescribed movements were ex clutocl in perfect unison and at par ado rest when tho band marched down in front the boys held the posi tion as one man Not a movement could bo detected not even an eye turned and when tho guard passed in review for Capt McLain tho line was straight as an arrow At eyes right every head and eye was turned tanoously Ono could see the smile on the Captains face as ho reviewed tho guard for ho was well pleased nnd all along tho lino tho Captain was complimented on tho splendidly train ed company So far Co F has had the best Guard mount in camp Today the Second brigade paraded to El Paso The brigade consisted of three regiments of the Tenth Six teenth and Eighteenth with signal and hospital corps commanded by Gen Logan About men paraded but Co F die not parade much to their disappointment Today our street is deserted Capt McLain is officer of the day and seldom sees his tent Lieut Pierce is in of a large detail at Brigade headquar ters and Lieut McIJenry is officer of the guard Only a few boya are Jeft and the mess tent was converted into a restaurant with meals at nil The guard returned at Jwws tomatoes hamburg and hat This evening at 1 aetaefe we take on the aspect of a full The war correspondent has enlarged t his staff Sergt Marlin and Private Caldwell have been taken on as staff photographers and have just report ed that when the parade went El Paso the natives said there were enough men to wipe Mexico off the v map and if Co P had been in itthey would have ihcluded America 4 Now Ill talk about something very exciting One can always talk about the weather Sunday evening at services it looked jike rain and sharp strokes of lightning illuminated the dark mountains of Mexico and the United States not to he outdone ed an answer over Benjamin lin peak and down in the vailley the lights of El Paso and Juarez led and all through this Company walked guard and reported All quiet along the Rio Capt Lain made his round of tha and found every man doing his duty S especially Private Daniels who report 1 ed every onion safe and strongin commissary Personal Noteg Cook Manners has been He is now captain of the tomato pnny Today ho found a can of toma toes slightly bulged and nonchalantly throw it into the incinerator for informntion the incinerator generatdf Resuming his favorite which is in the cool uhady part the cook tent he puffed at hii Jy One minute later A plosion occurred and Cook with wellprescribed tho chftir and table 4 Continued on Page Two U eoiw of W B 21 having left I will not v i Tj if t Ji   

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