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   Kane Republican, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1915, Kane, Pennsylvania                                DAILY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO KANES INTERESTS WEATHER FORECAST VOL XXI NO Miitish Admiralty f Has Suspended Channel Travel jfl Norwegian Steamer the First heiitial Vessel Destroyed Since the Wat Zone Proclamation Became Effective FK1DAY EVlSTM TWO A eery LAY TO RUSH APPROPRIATIONS hoi V ii to en i d iu s ip v ritio nn P thoir n h i nor Il I lit i ivt to i tho i ou FEB ADMIRALTY HAS SUSPENDED TRAVEL BESWKEN ENGLAND AND THE CONTINENT FURTHER NOTICS fHE NORWEGIAN TANS STEAMELR STRUCK BY A MINE OFF DOVER TODAY V HILE BOUND NEW ORLEANS TO AMSTERDAM THE CREW RESCUED AND WILL PROCEED TO AMSTERDAM THIS 3HE FIRST NEUTRAL VESSEL REPORTED TO HAVE SUF DAMAGE SINCE THE WAR ZONE PROCLAMATION BE CAME EFFECTIVE English ships have tirus far destruction in the bread in which the German submarines and airships are cooperating attempt to cut off supply The only losses suf 1 t p mm ijiM n 11 h t s1 11H Islj i until when it t t thin os i u in ih i i on M m h I Republican senators entered into i jontlomen with enu jenoe leaders to let the house bill go ooiiforono on condition tint ap j ition bihs IK iifcscd within tin next ton in order to an session of i Tlie Dem o nts H is lepoited to out in ilu ineis ind bar ibiirs appropriation billand the Uo 11 i is in tiiin u oiisui uicob that it noi i iiiHst itu M mon me O i i irrus furtliLi asrood tint tht purchase bill comes out of confer t inv i 11 nuH ou t tin i n 10 ltd tb Ut u ibl i nis v ill bt f i ii op i rmnin t i unou then must n riu 1 roKo tho Ion u is rt i hci1 1 lie in th sii mon U m untamed th it u the H st could possi hope i or undot ho incumstin os ind Kopublu in onuois thu the lotion nieiiil ttu bill is dt id seemed to agree that tu r A iiild bo no i stssioii ot Gatiifiet Meeting IF He Note Dissected Tlie note proposed m dit it Kt tarn inir to out vMf Hit tf i m in il p tint n d b s i ot ot uh food supply Mr u iti ii iu M i tt t i KltlED AND For On itecl States Shipping to Re raatrv Out ef British Mttpfv As a Result ot Cemin Reply p I thus fax have been suffered by Germany Zeppelin ADDITIONAL DETAILS OF BIG FIRE THAT SWEPT EBENSBURG YESTERDAY of the fleet that the Germans are using to patrol the North Sea to flash signals to submarines on the approach of cargo ladesu wv1 i I 1 le following contained in a dis ships have already been wrecked off the coast of Penmarla from uo additional proclamation effective less than two the Germans i details Tto tho buildings tmrnod m have thus far suffered a monetary loss of IM 9 hro m t iu hs iirj 100 throat to use iho in iiun lioilnUiiy oisiirmvi5 Uy iljspiUtiies iroui v i Xop nv in 01 their r naval sijiiions Triiue i iu ot tle iirtxy orlin iotiay Itol loruians Intilt 20 ox ninntlis enelrwitlt eiir isr England It is reportinl thai laying sulitijiriih iurini the Naval Battle Imminent Sim hiuie luivvoin and t iireo virships olY of ariordJnsr tti ourretu iioro is also roptvrtei tluil in atloiupunir to in French Steamer Attacked Feb KivnHi AVJilsoni iv vfuis Lower IaliliYrniu is 1 bo luo h oiiamattd in tin Mt unt lion t po lr om UK Mount im 11 J tie savings Tn t 1m 1 line MtTi oen binl Ho til Minder Ollia I nlhci jivuhuds hnild n scKoitrik binltl jitia Kavlor Imildin 1 lamos rosi mid driiii sum I M I buck iionu 01 ommissioii ti i OblKirn ind Iwrns was discovered at r oclock a pot terrier in the Mountain Mouse raced through lie corridors of the hotol barking and arousing the a doyen ot whom in their nisht clothes Hbtnbburv so hiuh that plun prt s Intt rn i Vt s i I el i I Kvaiasi ini t uni in many vsat ly tod i In P i si It iu s llhrjrx ifid tho oU ui tin tht I n tul fc t bt iti f ajrd uu tfu u topic ot discussion 1 iio cjtrtnjtii i ph to iho nei H an note md it is un dtritoKt ouuiM ol iction to fvHlia in he ol t ic sinking out it then communication IK ami the t n tt I st ius st ot ollu i ils n will permit to it dm d hi ot such IH 1 in uiuinitu n il i UH s on i m 01 fl n nit it i innm r i to in n ill i Utt iu i utilki li onors ut in u nu the du m in rtp ri mil i uiu Uoi tu n iviny Ciermany a right to at lack I iirlish hipjiui m loli ihu iiinot ihandon th it undor tut 1 mi k is thrust upon lier SIIKO i in un st con t I i i a i lions with ivhich she is at war re turn to thi purttipios iiUornationiil law and restore thefree iloiu 01 the sois slit u suits Ihitflhe stand sho is Tho note rofonimonds thai tht I lined M uos rmernmeiu send ships it 1 md tit int TV hint through tu dintt t m st mitA ih If Kill tl U SC Is Ihlls sll 11 fill 10 sin i t tint Jt limit in stin i i ii MI n n whu i Ins n pi u t d md inpi i i i u ilu r i i i in Tho reply i t HIII oi I i tl it m i o i I upn i 11 u i tin n t the m iples of l on il 1 11 11 t d pi i T t Broken Swiiori Ditched a Train XVith Disastrous Results Near Soujirjstown Today it v onsh t dh K rn ed uoiir I n trna 1 1 s A 1 stown Fob Quo omployt iid i o ot ior st ri a liiUuuore A i 1 auk t un is 10 k Kast lnd brids Tho doad aro O injnied ird hMKtlOll J S this mum el Kicll ltd 1 11 rn ol if j ll lK i is t Ii o BUHGLAES GOT FROM CHICAGO BANK POLICE STATION r f I i ik III i irt sure is itisutlioiont t n m bmst i ifti t i minutes use ho unit t tilt nun pnworliss firt i ut ot lu it iiui in p irt t u oM nn th issuruue ot lxnd is IL laraiion In ht llii 11 nts j d to If this w ere ttlone the no t nlri lif tn abled to import foxitWitutls uul rtw matciiils oi in this tlu u iu ntx ilu ihlt toward iMimiiiio tmi of tin uul wouftl a L in ut sul nut with tht stlitiou i Uy International NW t hu 1 b l i tio i nu I ol loot bin1 Ins ui tv o robboripv Ust nuht inn lloruens bank ono hmx ditd hit iioin i pol d station was outoroil uul robbed ot iOit j men entoVtd i in1 uioh olli t 01 tiu on tsouth K iciiit btrett aiM dxiianutod th snto jhiiulln and gisiiims tluoo with SHE WILL NAUGHT CHRISTEN OREAD 1 ils lioiv Cdll u I St its u ru in u i lion 1 h it H in ik v OJi lor ntntinl j out ot 1 ritish s in repH his to than to diminish th officials of tlu I nitod i possible i om the fuondlj tone made a e some h pi lor the proteo Ntt bo ob SUGGESTION TO RAItROADS uliouls Nv i ii ut nun 01 i li UK i i upo it ilu i isi Hmi u i n ii rt i f JL r M L i taintift vol ti urn ior n ilii l ii Imt sii l 1V iiii lowed loiles ye iu lo r TllrV W nivfil hnxe at io Diihlietl in sonnl HILT 10 t ii I to offort was mudo from1 t d u N turning twice in I U tl I 111 Tho oouri lions to uot asxistanot An automobile on o It il t r t t th bo unl liiiinstouii tsc i I ilui 1 rt ti I 1iJ i suit sunv f I i i urisi j oil iht nilii suit i in iiilroulb s K u h sonsihk oti liisioti th it i 1 i rettnirjtijj more men on than wa irtualh tioedi tlioir inttnsts mu thtn mt r tho rallroids T l UHLrailitMd has a peaKdtoJtho le tint tht fulfkrow I inujit npealeil nml frtWii tht rail of Now loistn Hid ork h ilomYfoith Hut havo not yoi foiiud a t n toll fft i i tbot ir of tht H thf not DM rlookt l in nitural ibothod o wl SK h Hit li t nli d t it ju Ii n ti n t u id in jlu triiinn tlu i I from ll mil ou pinn iin in of Ihi silnnarine of tlie Dhuirah linttly would he Austrian s Report Successes oanital ol tlisrominired IlC rcndi ere ilis 1 hill iiunio oleotrio oar jbiirneil 11 hoii liooks m 1 s ami C I VioRiia KiLK Il lie ot hccii from liie Russians was announced in an oflirial n jxjrt ot tht Austrian treniral stalV The Rnisians liave rei ivattid the rive1nrtli In llro otTonsivo diirinj tlu last three weeks riie troops have fortotl hatk siviniy fivo inilos and made a cnrrispondinr advaiire With the GiTiiuniic allies stvadily in Btikowini and Southern Gaiiria tho Russians soon he driven from central southern and lialiiia 71 Will Fight Until Germany Falls Paris ID Fiviuirr Viviani took occasion Id declare afroshto rhe chamlior of thputies yesierday that it was the determ ination of the Fnnvrh irovornnuMii a prosoouto the war until victory for the allits had iTcen fully attained Ho said Tho irovcrniiient is determined to hrinir ahoui the restoration of Bilirium and to rttahe ami ilir M Iremier Viviani dliviid iloniiintly to tlitcndornrss felt hy for the or tlv popnint inns of ilie prrixSiic Germansinnorihcrn hsaid wer of Prussian Knuiifc hr addcii until nileavorid 10 crush all liberty was its The German Advance Petrograd Feb Via The German advance from ICast ljrnsisa uiniii tho towns of Kovno and irodno appears1 designed TO eu tho railroad communications to Warsaw the capital of Itus siaii Poland than to an effort to take the fort ified positions in that territory T Along the linc from Tlock to Niemen which is a little short of 200 milfts in Irneth tinre has heen intermittent itfhting Wom all the towns in this district themost populous of the empire tho civil population is fleeing thronipmrlhe hiirhways and railroads Th nre the lnst service possihle to transport tlu inliahi tanta to of snfciv in tho interior The Gorman advance truards are reported to have proceeded from Angusro wo towards the railroad between Grodno and Hialystok and to have reflehed with 12 miles of the former plaei winre they are said tin he en olieched hy the Russians f ofctijitl hy the under lf crushed inbria i n IH inued f tin an lint tholire luul then Kifteen lawyers Inst ill and records and two tin aniit 11 1 i i in in wort bnrnod t i ii unl tlous iu s di h ty uil Now hi ijni vault ciils trust ooiiijianyK concrete withstood the flames say om Two score livery horses were in ovory direction and a half doxen if them passed through Ashevillo twelve miles away on the Altoona road Rbensburs is the oouniy seal of Cambria and is a summer mountain resort o Tilliet Coming M i ro m t t i Alattmtnt in iho note thai dlst limit il ill n spoiibtbil lit h ippe n lo nt ntr il nttniitin the in is fi in il iluu In 1 in i i in m sin i i uuhii i 1 i it un ilonil is i n dt ill ilu m IS tO ships It Cvilitn no s luu is hi i iCW hirthti to the inti t ruptums 11 in iniiiu ui h is sut inco the outhreak of the war But Firm Kwb Il repl ot tir to the piottst ot tht Imtod against i hlackade of couched in the most ineritl c irs thust piVjilitationH that but hruiK maintains the irte opies though they of as an Ixen rattening jliemseHes b t The inswer is a tacking tho railroids do ument Man Who Beat topd mg HflteLJIIerl Taken We Secured As a Check t ed In Ridgwny Was By Chief Ives Result Want Taken of slot MoMk bv ol in laniirt C nioiiev hotel lerk un li hp mis when hf anil i mudo Ins oxit fromthe ho is made to return the ConMablp left here morning and after 1 hhort couTerem o the biiponiitemleiit of the Amer Kan Plate toft for the mans boarding boiisse ho found Mehk TH bed flip nmii was made to arise and the ofluer made his wants Known the fellow denied that he the one wanted npd stated that h rot Hud the The con then accompanied lum to the itfit o ot tho and while1 on us thortbo practical admitted Ui vt iv ho bad ashed hoi K i ml t tkt 1 uit i o ol I tlork do th the pr eods of the Uro k Ho also promised to rotmn tlu bo uitl isuio tnnn thiix araoufit n ulo additional ot man lost Uerruantowii 1a1 Fob Kol ot ihit lostplnis Uaiii 4 u ol ho to In iun n ir rni rhis iM A iu shinihln I tho put uis of thi Vi M HIM Inrtli t lull ol i i i li iN is llu best ossibjoscf K iiiori li rospoiMl to i in jitatcnunt of nf 4ht r ul I uinclu ii it Aewport fi M ll Is th in N IV 31 v J fit wtll on tho ino fojirosentwl thptasts in Uio case Ridgway Man Arrested Cluof of Poluo arrostetl a bv the name of John Nelson on infornntion ot the of Uidovav The man is want od ui lor a loloncuis a t ind tht authoritios been to Hwato him for tho past ten s Ho armed in ind was taken last mjjht jn one of tho 4iot Is at tho uppor end if slrtot lit in tin U Ku i to irt the of tho who iiuo lieu on tlu itii i ijcSon run Ho lo lakt n liu kTTT JTid w toiulit Iu ist nl iMt tr n MI JAPAN il n tin1 i Hum it am oflu i do not 4 n Vxiroiso amongtho r ih position tjften t was conxerted into lirstplace Kn t It a the United embassv Ktestion that tht railroads ir to ieah dtrecMon of 26tf foil to tr ear of the throujili tho mil and has been transmitted Tn tions of people wlut their R ad R ST IN DEMANDS PAY lob iiisti IK toil to tho Unitoii States was s11 to doli ver t 1oUefonte from memonindnni of the demands jall by Japan l sieel Co11 houso return for tiie tlcw ponitenflar STATE WILL TAKE PLACE NEXT WEEK Secnroly handcuflfcHJ to a iJeputy wski was from allv ido tOKltU in savsr Alion of the UMritory of Hc Ncxt weekhe C limn i F tv wiiJI le fMwtrxxujteil for tlie murder kaiKu Shah t tlu This Vill botho aon since ney form of tiapitai the mejixp pimishment has bee ieite roreignPenoaytvania Several hours Islet lomatlc other wifemurderer a n tranceRqsMa and the arrivel at in here has just presented tlu This randum to Uie TMs on comparisbnwith the mepxp pimishment has been established randum whfch tlje Japfcfleiie roreignPenonytvania Office 09 February J give to Steveral John who is also a the house froni He was there Shivaj3j8 of Monfgioroery h tales several about seven ofr elgrht about DR FOR BENE LJGHTINC 8 of IhY annbiinoo with iiimi of at on tho train from He too will be electrocuted next week Likely both will fro tothe chair rn tho Mojiilay is AVashingtons few imticijiato vyill bo nn on riy Tuosilay bo tlio titiiQ hillift rtiimisof many forpill liiijjjte death tin tvn on RUSSIANS ATTEND WOUNDED UNDER and forth it fleems evident that jirtiwiers the actual war shows a eurgeon the been left wounded by his llu m i thi in tho of von ing MondS Si iplt s is mr Ironi ENGINEER HAS h and ht was also iVad Ihin anoiiffiuoor d introni Oliio ary no was pastir betwoon this and City Was severely three tfticume aK while malting Homerepairs Ifege whliob tin on hts online left thismorning ten hewill reoume hisw Oxford reliovini Prel who at present of the to tnfc city and take odiat liii of ntuiv ripn Avill be ohtaq him in An Kvenlng Wlththe UooufT rWilliam nthe vacation in run between tills 6f wounded man and his s tates Htill eVeh of a Gerinanvs tiro in yi livrcot11 w tfie r or JKt iV to p t of all sttbtUdVf Jjhow cents A sttuuM f iftliid   

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