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   Kane Republican, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1915, Kane, Pennsylvania                                KANE8 DAILY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO KANES INTERESTS THE EPUBL wEATHER iariiy Clowjy Tonight Thursday VOL XXI NO IA WKDNKSUAY KVKNINC APRIL 7 TWO rKXTS A COiY German Lines Give Away Before Fierce Attack of French t Offensive Move is Made Known Though Official Announcement Fiom Bei tin Fighting in Car pathians Mote Furious Than Ever By International News Berlin April ol the evacuation of the Gcrnmn position ut fHe Graehten and the French advance northeast of Verdun is contained in an official statement issued this afternoon The report shows that the French have launched a terrific offensive movement fc to the east of the Meuse Carpathian Battle More Terrific Petrograd April of German infantry and artillery have reached the AustroGermau armies m the Carpathians The fighting south of the Dukla and Lupkow passes has grown into H combat of maniacal fury General Von Hindenburg has sent a of his most trusted officers to help direct the movements of the AustroGerman forces Russian troops are now pouring through Ihe Rostock pass the latest of the mountain defiles to he captured by the Russians The nnmher of Austrian prisoners taken at Irzemysl has hecn fixed in official dispatches from Warsaw at unwoundcd pri vates nine irenerals tis havebeen removed to the officers wounded All prisoii iuttrior of Russia SYSTEM OF NOMINATIONS HAS IN IN SENATE Senator Oewitt Introduces Bill to Restore Old Method of Naming Candidates It is reported from Htichaivst that peasants from Mtiko wina have reached the Roiiinanian frontier where theyarc seeking food Starvation jMevails in Uukowina xernowitx lias been ihStroxed ly sitiges SixTurkish warships and one transport have hecn sutiU and two line cruisers ol the Sultans navy Itecn badly damaged in the Black Sea operations aecorditijr to an official nmiounccmcnt from the Russian adiniralty The announcement covers the operations from December 12 to February 1 ft German Steamer Sunk Copenhagen April German menhunt man Caroline llcmsoth has been sunk in theHaltic Sea either by a mine or by a Russian stibmarine The news of the vessels loss was received here today This is the third ship of the Hcmxoth line to be lost in the Baltic Submarine Caught in Net London April A dispatch from Dover says that a German submarine has become securely entangled in otic of the iron traps set to catch underwater craft if they attempt to enter theharbor is bolievcil the vessel will lie lost subinarinc have been set by tinMritish navy at harbor entrances and other strategic points arouml the British Isles tocatch German submarines engaged in blockading Kngland The traps are int unltUe ijill nets iiscd by lishcrmcn Malleable iron frames ten teet Mjuaiv three frames are sunk to a depth of inirty feel suspended from immense buoys If a submarine is a blind thing when sugmerged enters one of these frames ils siilis arc caught causing the lower frame lo buckle upward catching 1li propeller Thus the craft is in the position of t ish Moundet ing in a net and its occupants an doomed Three submarines were caught in this way during the first ten fays of the blockade German Losses Reach Paris April Press Bureau of the war office has given out figures compiled from different official German lists of losses of Ger man officers and men showing a total of These figures show the press bureau says that of a total number of 4SO generals in times of peace fortythree have been killed and fiftyseven are wounded 01missing of infantry officers have been killed and 14 have been wounded or arc the bureau announce ment says further Out of cavalry officers have been killed SSI have been wounded or arc tnisaing Ont of artil lery officers have been killed and have been wounded or arc missing grand total of officers of the German army at the begu iling of the war including men in the active service reserve and landwehr was out of which up to March f have hecn killed anrl have been wounded or are missing This makes the total of losses This shows that the grand total of losses among the officers of the German army is more than half their number on the day of lit declaration of In he estimate of total German losses in killed wounded and missingon both fronts up to the middle of puts the figures at men it is said that probably have been abb to return lo the ranks Przemysl Garrison Tore Up April Via remarkable icaturc of the surrender of the Galician fortress of Przemysl was the fact that not a single Austrian flag was captured says the Rusaky Slovo The newspaper adds that war who arrived at Kiev siad that the night before the surrender all the flags were torn into These strips were numbered and distributed among indi viduals who hid them in the liningK of their coats and caps They were required to take an oath lo restore them upon their reienso from captivity so that the flaj might be reconstructed thus giving the regiments the right to a further corporate exiHtence Many such of flairs were found on prinoncrs BelfUm Crown Prince Enlists Dunkirk April Dtike of Brabant eldest son of King Alhort of Belgium although only fourteen years of age ban enlisted in Twelfth infantry He was marching in the ranks with a riflfi on his shoulder when the regiment was reviewed by his father and the at tiarrisburg April De wit of buzerne introduced in die seu ate a bill last authorizes all political parties to return to the convention method of making nomina tions The hill provides that any tar ty may return that system when ever a majority of its statecommit ine decides The bill provides for state conven ii selection of United States senators all staleolllcers ami election of to uaUonal convention The convention may aVso elect na tional commit or may by stand ing rule direct ihe manner of elec tion of national delegates and nation al oommitteemen The bill also ap plies tbe convention system to coun ty officers A bill to repeal section or the act of May r 1899 tmpplementirig the su perior court act was introduced in the senate last night The section reads Whenever hereafter four or niore judges of the isuperior court are to be elected for the same term of service and whenever after the first Monday of January15HW two or more judges of said court are to be elected for the same term of service each elector may vote for as many persons lens one as there are judges to be ctiosen at said Bills inlrodiicol in the senate last hisit includedthese My Mr Clark of purchase money of mortgages to be recorded within thirty days in order in have priority or lieu Mr Karley of ing any judge expressed prcjval or dlsappn va of a verdict of a jury either in the absence ofthe jury remlering uiic verdict or in the presence of other jurors in attendance on the court the judge shall be re quired on the application of litigant win we cause is listed for trial before tbe said Jurors and who deems that such approval or disapproval may have injuriously affected the fair trial of his cause to discharge the said jurors and to order a new venire Mr Thomson of that the jurisdiction of the public service commission to eliminate grade crossings shall include the jurisdic tion t compel ill changes in all RESULTED FilOM A FIVE NOT FULL Mus Young Met With An Unfortunate tadent Yes terday Khte 1EAMHG DOWN A SCAFFOLD Missed His Footing and Although He Was Not Par From the Floor He Sustained a Terrible Fracture Julius Voung of t20 Welsh street sustained a bad compound fracture of the right ankle and foot yesterday afternoon as tie result ot a fall from a scaffold and was taken to the local hospital soon after the accident The young man was employed in the Pennsylvania Window Glass com pany plant tearing down tfee scaffold from around the tank rwhlch was used while repairs to the tank were being made and was working at only a height of five feet from the Moor when he slipped and fall In falling he naturally tried to alight on his feet to Vreak the fall and he struck with sufch force that the largebone in the ankle was badly shattered and protruded through the flesh Owing Co the seriousness of the fracture the young man will he laid vip for some lime CHILD LABOR BILL PASSED HOUSE BY A j GREAT BIG MAJORITY KANE mm WE AMONG THE LEADERS IN BRADFORD MEET Yesterday Was Day Block the High Individual Score of the Tournament The Bradford Era today said The j second session of the Interstate Howl ling tournament with the sanction of the American Bowling Congress and under the auspices of the Bradford Howling association was known local ly as Kane day owing to the fact that Kane furnished one of the teams in the liveman went of the teams in the doubles and six of the con teat ants in the singlat Blocks from Mountain City rolled into second in the present table of stand ings took three of the first four po sitions in the standing of doubles and also occupy three leading positions in tHe percentage table for fol lowing Brooks of this city The same good attendance that characterized the opening night awarded the bowl ers last evening and nearly all resi dents of the city are taking a healthy interest in the tourney Staid busi ness places are vieing with each other for the use of bowling pins as a fea ture of window decorations and many other evidences of interest are mani fest Block of Kane has the high In dividual score of the tournament to date i32 in the second tamo of the doubles rolled lam night with Wheeler as his jiartner In the standing of the teams follow By International Xwws i Harrisburg April house passed finally today the Cox child j labor bill wiilcb the support of Governor Brumbaugh by a vote of 79 to 6 All efforts to amend the bill were voted It now goes to he senate ing last nights play Blocks Colts stand second in the fiveman event with an average of being second to the Bay State which has an average of The scores Blocks Colts 2538 1 H Tot li4 4J7 ITS L 4lii Block 22 Kricksoti 157 Trimble ir7 170 I Mi ISO VI r Star tomorrow The Passerby and Friday The Million Dollar Mys shlps boroughs city county and state bridges streets and hlRlnways and in bridges to rebuilt by the state over navigable rivers and streams declar ed public highways and in all other public conveniences and in the facil ities of all public service companies made necessary by the prqper ellm uation of such nmde crbstiings The bill making real estate of rail roads railways and other public utili ties subject to taxation for city school and local purposes in third class cities was passed finally by the ivouse and sent to the senate last night These bills passed finally ishlns lountles for noxious animals as state aid for agricultural exhibitions to reimburse counties for bounties paid for noxious animals reitorted Out of the committee senate last night included the ise hill requiring Phuvdelphia county to establish apension fund tor county employes alao the bill to re peal so much of the blue laws of 1794 as relates to ttie sale or delivery of the necessaries of life on Sunday NOW BELIEVEO THAT KTTKL WILL INTERNE HER HUSBAND ASSERTS HE IS SON OF SIR EDWfN ARNOLD AND RESUMES HIS NAME Ity International News Newport Nerwe Ajpril no official announcement has been made itis believed the German cmte er Prinz Kitel will Intern and IIat Captain Thdertchens baa Informed the government oflViaU of this decision The report Chat the Tessel had in terned gained credence irhen no at tempt waa made to reacb the sea last nUnhl deapite tae fact that everything favored such a dash BODY FOUND IN A RAILROAD CULVERT latemational News Pittsborjr April body of an unidentified white man found in a culvert near the tracks of the Pennsylvania railroad at Blacks Run thts morning A tnMa dispatcher re ported the finding of the body to the coroner The county detectives are tBTestlcatiag Motiltnn Kopp Teichert G Morning 177 118 427 162 148 487 160 16fi 162 152 134 Continued 817 724 on Page ChieaflD Linden who has gained consiJerable fame as a lac COMPANH Rlf LEMEN INIME LEAD OVER M NO CAROLINA COMPANY Local Marksmen Are Now Nearly Seven Points to the Good in the Indoor Contest Amis And The Man in its issue this week has the following concerning the standing of the teams In the Spring field Indoors league rifle contest in which Company K of this city is leading Company K of the Pa increas ed its lead considerably In the league competitions by running up its aver age to 13 Co K of the Ut In fantry JVortli Carolina National Guard Is in the runnerup position U9 points behind E while Cornpany 1 of the 3rd New York is third with an average of High team score to date was turn ed in by Company K in the sixth 734 Scores have improved all along the ine since the beginning of these matches which indicates once again hat practice tinder match conditions 8 good dope Standing Matches 1 to 6 1 K Inf 13 2 K 1st Inf 70056 1 Srd Inf 4192 4 K 1st Inf Ill 69756 H 4th Inf N G Pa 4091 figl 56 6 H 10th Inf 4077 67912 7 MotgnTy True 660 12 8 K 1st Inf 3870 64C 9 H 2d Inf N G 0 B 1st Inf 63612 1 M 1st Inf 1748 624 I lRt Inf N G M J709 61816 1 1st Inf N G if 14 AGAINST M turar has come forth with a statement that he Is the HOD of Sir KOwin Arnold and thereafter will use tola name The photograph Is a picture of Mrs J n Undon or Mrs Kdwln ArnoU 1st inf Co E 16th Inf N G Pa McCliiskey 47 47 49 143 Ttt 50 47 4t I4f lohn Husbrouek i H Wise G lohnson A bale 47 47 47 4S 14f Totals 23J 245 722 Ueatty 14S Kelts 143 Nelson Ionian 138 Gustafson 132 WllJtftOWAsHVENA GREAT FAREmi AS HE IEFTHAVAVA TODAY t Was the Biggeat Demonstration Ever Accorded a Public or Pri vate Lose Money By International News Havana April Willard the worlds heavyweight champion left Ouba this morning but his leaving was preceded by the biggest demon stration ever accorded any public or private citizen So big iwas the demonstration and so eager was the crowd to get to tfce new champion to shake his hand that he police were forced to clear a path so that Willard could get to his boat eer after cheer iwas given Willard who appeared on deck and bowed to the multitude which was paying hom age to him Jack Curley said that the actual re elpts of the big fight amounted to and the expenses He said that the promoters lost on the bout DISCOVERER OF RADIUM FIGURED IN A PARIS AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT By International News Paris Aipril Curie the dis coverer of radium was injured in an automobile accident in a southern suburb of Paris today when the car collided with a wagon and was hurled into a ditch The physicians an nounce that the injuries are not seri ous and Mme Curie is suffering more from the shock FOUR FIREMEN HURT IN A PHILADELPHIA WAREHOUSE FIRE By International News Philadelphia Aprtt 7 Pour firemen were injured and twenty were over come by smoke in a fire that swept the fixstory warehouse of the Colum bia Storage company today Durlwj the fire hundreds living nearby tbe burning buildings moved their fnrni to Ihe street The loss is f 000 O Arc you insured against fire If not sec Gillin A Crossmtre about it ad Demonstration At Ite Pubfe Heang Yesterday GOVERNOR MADE ADDRESS 41 It is Planned to Make Next Sunday Local Option Day In the Churches of the State Harrisburg April state ital witnessed yesterday what wan probably the greatest demonstration for and against a single piece of stata lesisaltion that has ever ibeen seed in Pennsylvania Thousands who favor the county local option bill now in the general assembly and other thousands nriio are Opposed to its enactment came to Harriflburg held meetings and presented their argu ments to the house committee on and order and why they wanted or did not want the bill to be passed br legislature Big Mass Meeting The local optionists held a mass meeting in the morning both the ant is and the local optionists gathered in oversow meetings in different parts of the capital in the afternoon while the hearing iwas on within and last night the advocates of the bill held two more meetings at both of which Governor Brumbaugh and at one of United States Senator George T Oliver presided and also delivered an address The first demonstration of the day was a mass meeting of the local optionists held in the at which next Sunday was designated as lota option Sunday iu the chuneh Resohitipns Vere adopted regard ng the passage of the oill The who were limited to five minutes earth were enthusiastically applaud ed The hearing on the bill was held in he house of represeotativee TJie hali was packed with advocates for and those against the bill Governor Brumbaugh is leading the fight or the enactment of a focal option aw was a listener and tfid not par ticipate in tihe proceedings He was cheered when his name was mentioned as the chanipioti of he bill and at he close of the hear ng as ihe was leaving were vociferous demands that 1m but he did not respond Keiprebentative Wiilliams of Tioga chairman of the house law and order commission presided at the tearing and each side was given ono hour to present ita arguments The opponents Jed off and the for or against proceeded alternately each apeaker being allowed fifteen minutes Interruptions became so frequent that Chairman Williams had o admonish them at ail times to be air and give the speakers an oppor tunity to express their views Opposing The speakers opposed local option were Congressman Andrew J Barchfleld of Allegheny county the Rev S G Von Bnese of the Mrst Uittieran churoh of WUmington K J McGrath of Pittstourg president of the Iron City Central Trades coun cil and Joserph OBrien of Scranton Addressee in favor of the bill were made by the Rev Father J J Ourran of Wilkealtarre J C of Lancaster county president of the Pennsylvania State Grange William MoCoach city treasurer of Philadel phia and Charle3 Swift of Beaver a former member of the house of repre sentatives While Ohe local option hearing was being held there were two overflow mass meetings in front of the caipltol Tbe local optionists gathered in front of the main en trance and listened to speeches by a number of men One of the speakers the Rer N Brown of Ptttsbarg aroused much enttnnlasro wben tie that Gorvernor Bnmbaugh shovld be a candidate for President of the United States tor bis courage in laXIng a fight For local option Op ponents of local option a neetinff in front of the south entrance ton than a hundred away and addrmsed by iwdo made a re ariotment why local option UmaQA not be enacted Paths Grand   

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