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   Kane Republican, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1915, Kane, Pennsylvania                                V 7 DANES DAILY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO I KANES INTERESTS WEATHER FORECAST KAIK TONIGHT AND THLltS OAY VOL XXI NO Ul KVKNINl 17 Official Details of Gefmany Victory In Prussia Fifty Thousand Prisonets Ate Reported Taken and Only a Remnant of the Powerful Russian Army Suc ceeded in Getting Away Berlin Feb The fivmcndous victory of the icrmans over he Russians in Prussia won under the very eyes of Em peror William 4 More than fiHy thousand prisoners were by tKi jRttrnmns wlio machine in is Only a ivmnant ol more than two Hum fift 1 he Itiissiaif army hundred thousand and sixty was eoiisiltrcd to in srap Vasl of war supplies set in1 an offi nivr It 1 uv info linssia wore attandoncMl fit the ilijriit Tlicse facts won statrmcnt issued by the war otlice today niuc days in tlir Masurian Lake region and the victory uas later eelehralrd in lln town ol Lyck whore Emperor personally conrratnlatotl Ihe soldiers who land Uetler Alks in exutlation Aihhassador dVrard today t ransmitlcd to Washington Ihe eom piehc reply oP irnna ny to the recent note from tin United States what precautions Hie Jprnuins would take for th lion of neutral m ts sulmiarine warfar The fomml ivph ris yeslenlay by Konipti the Amciiian Ihe ierinans would aiitswrr not be jjivcn s sfaled that innany had answcMrl in tlic same lhat had been shown in the preliminary reply man embassy al ltop was expressed oiliceis formal reply worild remove any elctiniits of o e protcr Von and It was mn her bnl it pirit friend thai tin foCMMi enlto the need that a to position lhat mijrht exist hither British Collier Was Torpedoed Havre Keb Krttish collier Dulawivi torpedoed by Herman submarine Monday nijiht in the KnglisLi channel olf retnt Two of the crew are missing Twentytwo were picked a KrencJi destroyer and bronchi to Havre ntt ccedel in Kcoamp loweringa boat before the The submarine was plainly lidwicli sank antl seen by the crew as it sped struck I lie starboard side the says that his siiiik in twenty minutes j ly and pulled liire key is Iwhn At A on Ilisjtatch or oils a IMS s is siinl to away after launching the torpedo which Inder Ihe water line Iaptain Iliinler of hip was torpedoed lie ordered bis men into hoal imijtoditil the loomed vessel Ile IhiMilitiari jo the HYencli rntsl Greece and Turkey Near War Ieb 1 i between In In It iiiiii iiienl I lie Tim fsll minister lo liti nople Mid Huiiihers of i he rerk ion in Ihe Ollonm jiriparini1 to Minister 1eiias v The Kpailuiv of i he Turkish minister from Athe followed I be delivery of the from dciiiandinir an apology for insults a ireek nival altiiche al nst a nt inophv According to private nlvieos Ihe time limit on the ultimaturn expires at lioelotrk Turkey Advised to Settle Athens Feb Austrianand ierman ambassadors at Constantinople have advised Turkey to settle her dispute with iJreeee immediately Neutral Ship Attacked Paris Feb announcement was made at i marine this afternoon that German submarine sank the French teamer Ville De Lile yesterday ait Harfleur The commander of the submarine gave the erew ten minutes to leave the vessel After the sinking the submarine attacked a Norwegian steamer but French torpedo boats came up vrhile the submarine was pursuing tlnv neittrai vessel and com pel led her to drve under the surface This is the first time that a submarine has attacked a neutral vessel Forty Airship In Raid London Feb air wing of the British yesterday made another massed attack on the German positions along the Hel gian coast in an effort to destroythe submarine base at Zeebrugge the srxins at Ostendand Middlekirke and thv aeroplane at Ghistelles According to the official report pood results were attained Forty were utilized as compared with 54 in weeks While the British airmen Here dropping their bombs on the run the supply trains and ami 1 Tietrawlers used in mine laying and mine sweeping operations eight French airmen attacked aerodrome thus preventing the German airmen from making an uttenipt to cutoff the British machines official statenient the air raidsays The air of the naval wing against the Bruges Ostend and Zee were continued this afternoon bniffge Bombs wore dropped on Uic on the east and west side of Ostend on gun positions at Middlekerke on wagons on the road on the mole at Zce HUNDRED FEEI OP PENNIES SFC1ED BY rWOMATIW Local Club Has Some Distance to Go Effort to Secure a Mile of the Coppers Tht Kane 1luloniathean club its regular meeting at the Girls club on Monday afternoon Mrs Annie K Cox presiding Follow tag roll call the regular literary work was taken up i The first paper was hife and Person ality of Queen by Mrs John K 1 Slack This pajer was very care fully prepared and recalled many in incidents jii the life of Vic loua Englands greatest JUIKV Miss Klorencf Wood gave aOinter estins program on lMoronce Nighiin gale and Her Work Several business tak en mp afterward Mrs Bvan ONeil Kane was elected a1trjatv with Mrs John Brooder as alternate t In spring conrerenci of lie North west ern Distiict la he hold in Warren TWO CENTS A COPY FATHER DBBDED HBFK1EM BOT ATWiTMORE He Brought Him To Home of A Distant Relative There AND THEN 11 itiui l Ciic civj omniittcu Sroocl gin n ing haj ij mile of iii iluuriiiiui ol reported tfiai a LHii made on the tiu leel having been tilled and turned in This committee lia ve j Iso succeeded in se curing Dr Arthur of Iturx fortuerly ot Jkii Kveninj With ltiUy in M K clnirca tin TueMkiy on Marci It proceeds to he used for the street fund The Stute Federation of Ientisyl vania Women have issrieil ilu follow ing1 and Jiave asked alt lubs to cooperate woiiuii ul San Francisco detennined to irevnt the lettini of u or jKiMids loi the ol ul titmicu ami tie loin all in er to tile llouever his fTii ends one t imi imisl he le Tilt e iWiu the girlhood and ol the conn to and hiiiiHS elnliimnation on ctnt wivrs and rhil iron that vice in tends to flourish1 durint the worlds fair Ui it he reniemhei that the will lie scolired supply 01 fJlK uiid every means that for man to will used to snare md mislead thefc iirls in older to iir shoirld lie warned advortisi nieifts of in Stn Francisco for lhat IK while will he taken and the door thai will lor Ihe Hirailiie will ie I lint ion The pels io irieir jdulv to the oi tlie nation pvihlish the women of eiv lowii aild wh wojllil iiivle1 The Case Was Brought to theAtten tion cf the County Commission ers and the Lad Was Given Irrfb Their Charge Today Kmil lolinsojh a r iiveyoarold hoy wasbrought Lo Wilcox from Xow City early in iiy his father A Johnson liter the lather iiHiimother Iiarl sci iiiteil was k irted b tiie parent who Itft tiie fliilcl at Hie iuDiit or hmiald son a distant relative Theman and wile iuid in vork om the they were i instil iioedi ircinastancpb as ii aesult ot the Imsband having le coine a diunjvurd The woman IHII nit the life just at ong could anlcl tlieii the man and tnld lo shut tor They Viime u ainre and retnnined at home ol Donaldson and nuniey for alinnst a niiiiilh wlieu lohhson suddenlv left without iniornimi liis was or niiikini anypro vision for tie IMIV Commissioners Notified The lad lias Ixiii well cared Im mi I i tae ia i Mr lUniiid son us u anil tiiis iaifie IaiMily dl his i to he did nil teel he Oiild tin GUDE MURDER CASE EXPLODED A FREI8HT TRAIN CAUSED DEATH The Coroners Jury Decides That Fred Sastenny Wat Blood Spots Unex plained Warren Feb Sastemiy came to his deatli about Kernnary 9 on the Pennsylvania railroad tracks at Kast Warren for merly Glade by run over by No Such was the verdict rendered uvuti tiK by the y thirty min utes tlfe iwiitnesses In the case luul been dismissed Thert was nothing dtiiiuaiic iibont the ttstinioin of tie witnesses on the BE FOLtOWEn IN THE NEW plAGE LAW Would Go Into Effect First of Year Option Bill to Be Considered March 2 I HiirristiurK codification ot the marriage laws ofthe state along eugenic lines is provided in a introdiKed in the bouse yester day hy Mr of Butler The act which is to take effect January next repeals fifteen laws It requires tlujt a license niiist set torth Uiat neither party is insane i drunkard a haibitnal cfinlinaf epilep tic or unsound mind thai neither of the parents of either jwiny is any of the that nciriier part tu stand in was i comedy that was staged hv thc aii transmissablo daease iinesos in their efforts to male is physically able to iivoiil beint isinned the admislaniily thill or any one of them i The courts are to pioduce had ver sinlen from the of freedom from disease alvumacars i Tluir reh fti The state department of lioaltli ance lo in a on nanu for eali cnuhtv an stage or that the a MT uh as inclinationto ci ihis i little but JH in t e ui viotrtinger towards them 1nly Kodak of S it examiner mint mar out to breach formexr attacks on the looks of Zeebrugge on barges outaide Bllinl ahd on trawlers out side Zeebrugge 4 Eight French airships assisted tie mmil machines by vigorous attacks on OhistellcH thus effectively preventing Oerman aircraft from cntting oflf our jaehines It is reported that good results were obtained are always issued to confine attacks to poihis of miliiary importance and every effort is made by the flying avoid dropping bo in on any residential portions of towns i ami Lit o aid HOUSE PASSED THE SHIP PURCHASE BILL AT AN EARLY HOUR TODAY sovern inent ship hill an an amend ment to Uie Weeks naval bill wan passed by the house at oclock morning hy a vote of 215 to 121 Tlift passafie of the liiH followed a 14 houm parliamentary struggle which until long after midnight threat ened to extend interminaibly because of a determined led by Mi nority leader Mann who yielded only after admmiKtration leadere decided and nolilieil the county of Ihe cin learneil tlie address of lohnson also of York and a brother of the de serter whw wrote thi cnmhiissionurs that hisbrother was an unworthy and unreliable mair and woirid iierhaiis never care forthe While County Andcr m today on other business he to AVel sol I lie boy and look him county where Inwilt remain mitilother u csm niiide The lad a bright little and uell lnhiiveil and slatI ed lo a that ifhis wife was wijljny So would Ihe to liis I brills him iip with flieJr own chil in Hie lie oi Uissicii at liradtoni lie childrens j lor luiis county i t was ic t was ud a lelinitc ciise would be le ilKaiiisl oneor more tu hvinj at ClUide It was Ito ak uho intoitncd Slieritl Taie last T cirs da that he had heard Made men talk ing of shooting in the of the Shaw riotise a Kodak vol uble and uelferruis of gesture with his uhen specilicaliy ad mitted that he didnt John liinia uid friiuds on application wore talk ing abcul i that happened j here or in the old country He oven as lo nuirht 1111 about the European war uma who heeiV jn jail Km bonds he failed to product Kiliie ifist two om iinins laughed wlKn IH his testimony Joe the boarding keeip er mid icjieatedly ttld the curoner neither he nor men hoarding with him evertook eiial from the railway iinpuny He was on the stand asihe urth He knew nothing the coal at that time but was sweatedby police in an anteroom conduct examinations JMie fee to be j The department is to provido the j examiner with a laboratory and the j examiner is to be year jlv Licenses are to cost and marriages must be solemnized under them u it bin sixty days Teaching Farming The Jones bill providing state ac ceptance of the Lever act to secure ftxleral aid for agricultural instruction in Pennsylvania was affirmatively re ported by the house agricultural mittee last niRht together with LtJ othei lfcls The accompanying bill making an to meet the congressional iwt wll be reported in a tew da vs liiMi he caine bark a half hour lld all ahoul lie f taken any but sonic of his boarders lid at odd times Tony itunk witneHS when lie that en Saslentiy the with t clwin or con so thin b dn if IT t rir it role I inference lenriy vyas after eoal iiouso 1iiit The bUwid spots In wvu Co apply a second special the fight to an end MKEAN HAS FILED AN APPLICATION FOR ROADS It is import nut that counties which intend to to the state highway department for state aid in highway construction act says the Pennsylvania News the of ficial bulletin ofthe state highway de partment A number of the counties of fiis Hiatv have no uoove far ii aid in road work and unless ap pli aiions from these counties are re before March 1 the pro ratt apportionment for the year which hait been assigned them will lapse amount set aatde tor them rule toswill K allotted to such counties made applications requlTlog a not explained nor was it sat shown how Sastanny coull havo fallen between cars escaped tirst set of wheels and have cut up by the iear ruck Whether Sastenny was thrown beneath the iwheels or lost hia life hy accident is a question to the future only may anawer greater sum than their apportion ment A table containing tlie Itat or applications from the various coun ties is published from which it appears lhat county Hied cation for the impiwement of four roads The taxation code and the general under rTVealer of obsolete laws were eil out and after being passed on first reading ibe recommitted it being the plan to gjve hearings Among other bills reported out were those for an additional judge 1n county a commission tj consider securing property adjacent to Inde iMMtdencc thaH in Philadelphia fixing the marriage fee at allow ius boroughs furnish for com mercial purposes permitting high ot Philadelphia to confer de grees tor semimonthly pay of em ployes of regulating is suance of licenses to operate automo biles io persons under a forfilling varanries in the of lice ol mayor in Pliiladelphia and es lablishmg permanent togistored vot ers in registration huvs Hearings Arc Given Hearings were givenlast niiht m two bills peniltiig before lower brunch oftho anddates set for a jiiiinber riiirinijMarch it being the plan of t he lesislaiors to adjourn until March I when work is ended for this week A discussion wis held by the committee on judiciary general on the Spangler to aboliab the fee system for county officers and it will be further considered The edu cation committee heard a committee from Schuylkill county urging that school districts be allowed to hold their own Institutes instead of a gen tb ie suow were an Big feature day at Star Maater a FVmouM Player in five See ADAMS CO AT HOD Robbery Occurred Dur ing The Absence of The Agent AT EARLY HOUR UST eral institute Announcement wma Uiat the senate Judiciary special and house manufacturers committee would hold a joint hearing on tbe child labor bills on March 9 The bouse ways and means committee will give a hearing on March 2 on the proposed repeal of the mercantile tax and on March 9 on Continued on Page of hit Bravery and nerve The other view allows ih General Santarriaga facing his executioners flnUhins the Jle waa not blindfolded Theft Was of Some One Who Knew the Combination of the Safe Entered Build ing Through Window Feb 17 A bold md daring robber occurred here lust night between the hours of and oclock while the for the Adams Kxpress oom pany was away getting a lunch Uirinp his absence the office wJiich is located in the Pennsylvania depot on lloor was entered by some person Whom the agent claims must have known the safe combination as he stated that he was positive he locked the safe before he left oflice The burglar succeeded in mak ing aynice haul of J580 After the agent returned and dill covered the robberyv4je notified Harry Rose of He ho vo captain of the Pennsy dlijo of the Kenovo and Brie divis on who immediately got in touch with the dopartment in iwir nntnding notifying them of the robbery and to be on thealert for sus cious characters An Important Tus is a junction Voint of the Alle ifjiiy and and Krle divisious and is niite a bnsv place o far as railroad and are cerned and the money taken repre sentivl the days businesa which was o have been sent east on train54 whicii arraveit at Driftwood At U i4 The burglary IM a myaterious md owing to the fact that it wan com mitted at Kuch an early itour and at time when there wore a number of Merators at work on the second esides there Iwinj a number ufpvw ile in the waiting rooms of the depot 1 is thoiisht that the burxlar muKt Kive been with cnndi and probably a well known ilent of this town whose trtwiio vould not be noticed or vause any suspicion BRAVES ARE ONI POSSE GOES fORIH JM BAITIE By International Denver A pOMe of heavily armed and led by UnHted States Marshal MebeKer out at today to gire battle to fifty Plute Indiana from Uie reaenratioa south weat oT Veas who have gone oft the warpath The Indians are equipped with plenty of pntniskwjs aad ammunittoo and are in the mountainK All women and children are bcring re moved from the district of the op ruling POMC Sent For Held Oortez Feb Having ef fected a aklrnitsh with the Plate In dians who have foninod themselves in the mountains the posse sent out to drive the Indiana back to the res ervatipn teleKraphed for today Reinforcements were sent at once The Indians are led by Old Polk who has been arrested four times for murder HERE TO ATTEND WEDDING Mrs Fannie Aueriuum Samuel Auerhaim Dr Mcnkw Mrs Ida OoW etein Harold Goldstein of lrwin of Buffalo N Mr and Mrs Isador Sobel of Krie Mrs MinnieWeil Guthmab Mr and Mrs lr Philo aad ten Isabel Giithmah of YouBga town Perdlaand Weil Mro Leo Well and Nathan Weil rf PttUbuiv arein at tiie OohoOvtbiiHUi eddiav which WM at the of twrasU Mr and Mn A B Cohn on Qreeven eveninK at 5 oclock O Tlllivt Coming   

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