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   Kane Republican, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1915, Kane, Pennsylvania                                WttWMKKag tKANK8 DAILY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO g KANES INTERESTS E t Si Partly Cloudy Continued WEATHER FORECAST Tcniglu and Wednesday xxi L KANH Tl KSMAY UVKNIXii AlKMl 27 TWO CKXTs The GermanDrive On Allies on Offensive Third Effort oj The Kaiser To Reach The Coast Has Proved A Losses Weie Fnghtful COMMUNI1ES 10 BY TERRIFIC STOHM Wires Blown Down Between Warren and Erie and Other Damage Was Spent Its Fury Here i A terrific wind hail and rain storm ever Westorn Pennsylvania just t before noon today greatly damaging i coni j inunications between Krie east of that city as far as Warren It look as the tail eml siorm was spend its 1 n Shiscity after ihe By Herbert Temirn London April Kissers third drive to Calais has 52en and stopped short Tlie Gsrmsn at tacks on Ypres have been repulsed and the allies have taken the offen sive The French have taken Hetsas on the Ypres canal the war office an nounced today and the English are progressing in the offensive near St Julien three miles northeast of Ypres Reinforcements were rushed and allies were permitted to regain Considerable of the ground lost in the first attacks of the Germans with the announce ment of the repulse the war office re ported theaeriai raids over seven towns held by the Germans in Bel gium All points to the towns raided IB leing Turcoing buix Iiigelmmistor Staden niarck Thield and Routers French Retake Town London April the lit tle town on tiie west bank of tiie Ypres canal for which the Germans have been fighting for four days has been recaptured by the French troops the Belgian legation The troops defending vpres are be ing attacked from directions north northeast and northwest greatbattle which began a week ago miles from London is raging with undiminished fury Despite the heavy losses Ypres estimated at more than the Germans are main taining a terrific offensive Emperor 111 elm is repcrted to have reached the Flanders front yes terday afternoon If this rport is correct still more furious attacks may expected The conflict continues day and night It is waged at night by the light of the burning farm houses of Yipres fired by incendiary shells which are reported to be burn ing fiercely Fleet Near Constantinople Petrograd April Turkish forts only fifteen miles from Constanti nople were bombarded by tiie sainfleet Several of forts bomibarded were badly damaged The Ottoman battleship Torgut Reis replied from the Hosphorus but with out effect and the other ships were forced Turks and Allie Grapple London Aprtl tigliting is in progress between the Turkish and the allies forces that landed on the Peninsula for the Dar danelles campaign The city of Knos has been made the main base by the allies The Turkish garrison there retired to the interior without firing a when the commander of the Anglo French fleet sent notice that he would bombard the town The inhabitants were given 24 hours in which to leave A Salonika di spa toll says that the a lies landed men most of them veterans from tihe iwestern theatre of war whose place have been taken by new troops Swedish Steamre Sunk Stockholm April Swedish steamer Centric was sunk by a mine in llaltic near the Aland The crew was saved The trawler Recolo was blown up on Monday in the North Sea Several are missing and it us believed it struck a mine Overcome Deadly uases following of Vcial statement was issued by the war office laftt night To north of Yipres we have made very perceptible progress and have driven back the enemy inflict ing on Tiim heavy losses The Ger mans have employed a now asphyxiat ing guv means of protection has been put into service which has given the beat of results among our flelgian allies and ourselves Star The not the COUNTY DETECTIVE OF CAMBRIA WOUNDED IN A GUN BATTLE TODAY In a of1 shots this morning OShoH wanted on a charge preferred y a young woman several years and a losse of deputies led by MEN BATTLE iff Mulhollen of Cambria county MANY HURT 1 FATALLY County Detective lames Uerksbile j April voinii was badly wounded in the and j was pnilmWy fatallv hurt last right leg nisht when a crowd of fifty vnuiig men fromthe downtown section of the city made an assault upon tlie students ii TO GO BEYOND lu at ol and collect men come out and The college men resjrViided lerl by INCOME TAX EXPECTED Aijiri Complete preliminary ail nal revenue collect ion ruis rp ac treasury in die te that tax this not IMity to ihe original fstihiaitS of btii will fx that it uas tiu ptsttiie atiifuiH to ie collecied a inn oilieials are den that will several j more is es to the iidministration in of predictions tiiai tiie war in and Tlie new tariff would great U is that the yeir will show individual than last year when about pe paid th Tom aiiil baseball I inr t hfo ti 11 Hjiiaii cantpiis 01 the Itv tin nioiec William tiirown aiiiii Kreiinan PENROSE IN PITTSBURG OMITS THE MENTION OF OLIVER FOR SENATOR iitfsbitrgv April a statement which he made here ycstenlay con cerning the junior 1niled States sen atorship from Pennsylvania Senator Penrose surprised political leaders by failing to mention lie present incum bent Senator George T Oliver as a successor to himself I dont Thinkthere will be a defi nite line on that situation until after the November election this he Of course tiie western endof the state is entitled to the I dont believe there will he any seri ous disposition to fpiesliou that risht to iefiresOnration However do iioi kniivv wliri the candidates are at tins A luncheon in honor of ieiiroso v as ijy licjtublicaii Inb Ivom al ei1ri misyi an ia bciui eiiiiic1 IIHI in i HIK at lVi iie niii i u a majority of r at oleciioiis last he said stalwai t licnaism was un inspiration for country Xext yoartlio its nationalticket by a siaasbiiiy ma jority and restore Kcpiibiican control in house and pmrii what I have Kenned siiie coining to jilts liurii I am sure that western Pennsyl vania Avil do stos siare in the jnue of this imlrioiic j Senator IVnrose Tins to visit a ininibi of ciiunties iliiritig the next months It is believed that be to koup in close touch WETY BBT WAS OF M BMSEVflt WHS HEfflniEDH UBOR ML IS mi OUT Special Train Brought Offic ial Parly And Many Visifors TALKS WEFlLLUSTRATEO AndThis Made a Lnsting Impression On the Many Shopmen an Ron dm en Who Were in Attendance HeAlso Saw Tom Platt Before He j Decided to Accept the Nomina tion For Vice Presidency By International Syriicuse into froifulness by the tenacious crossex amination of Attorney W today admitted I tiiai In did noiaccept I or presidiincy in i tVDil willKMIt lirril Thomas j flat oihe in libel I with jiarty leaders tiie Itecli was a iutisi he teiy iiiji seven1 tllcj body iind of He anil several nt hers taken in an jMuimscioiis eondi hospital triasiirys total disbursements for t lie fiscal year to date in excess of tile receipts for the same period passed the mark last Sat urday and stood about the same yes terday The net balance in the ury however is about i PROTHONOTARIES MUST PAY Iiiiliuielpliia April per j centof the fees contributed by aliens seeking in the courts of t li wiltiii the federn 1 la w court clerks to belongs under the laws of the state to the counties and not to the indiv clerks or prothonotaries accord ing to a rnliiiij the supreme court in a decisiijn handexi down by Justice Stewart siatc with a vrw to as to whom the nomination next It is toil ciifly todiscuss presiden Pa lie said I in reins I ime luarly all ofthe pres idents developed their strength imtne iially before convention that nominated iliein Its niucli UKI early to will be the probable nom inee the Kt publican party has plenty of available in Senator rf former Sec retary Kncx ItetreKtntutivc Mann the house leader Senator llur ton of Ohio lirunibaiijth of our own state GoveiHor Whitman of Vork and The fuci train from iiruovn Supeiihiirnduht Ciihibes liis staff i ml many other rail road men arrived her last evening at oclock and iininediaielyafter its arrival party assembled in tlio auditorium of the Y C a safety first held The local shopmen and roadmen who could iHissibly it also at tended the meet ins and they were loud in their praise for the instruc tions they received at the session which lasted for Over an hour and a The talks tiM lectures which wore illustrated gave a lasting ini The Program As Rendered Tae prosfram was as follows yric Orchestra Introductory remarks Talks on Subjects of j by i Irr ii 1 j j cniir ie hiiii led ijoss of the in New Vork stale in rtl apjioiiiuneiit of oMiciaU govefhnieiit and variou matters named1 was Thomas C who at that time represented Xew York in the rniteil Slates senate The for mer president said he took Uie ad vice of senator in matters them appointing a Demcxrat to the otiice of commission to please wlipni tlu coloneldos srrfiied a of larii Croker then header Tariimany The Senate Committee Forced The Hand of Tile Chairman THE PBIMART EXPENSE LOST licah party to the i tie state legislative d I I Dare Devil Dick goes 150 an hour in the motordrome at tiie Soplio Republican adsring results more SVEN HEOIN AT FRONT ON THE KAISERS INV TATION rtven lledin Swedish explorer writer and scientist ham visited both frvmts of tho German lines in France nnd in Iohmd Hiid will write a bookof his The shows him his assistant con versing wirli an officeron the eastern battle from Well known in Kngland and Mevin cast in his lot with lerrnany at the beginning of the war Then the Kainer invited him to visit the battle Ironis and he spent in the trenches observing modern warfare atclose rane Bycr of Master clianics oince Mr ter man foruluctor on Western Selection Orchestra Address illustrated with stereopti views Slieedy Safety P II K Selection Orchestra Address con views Mr Thos tarow InsuratHe Ieitartinent After the session closed many of the natty spent some time in the Thomson in a mingled conversation which of course was along the of safety first The special left here for Renovo about The same kind of a session will be held in Krie tonight and it is that at least railroad men will attend aftor loners beuween Colonel KOOKO iunr iiad been read i jury hr both I writers all nor of polit ical ami legislative affairs ln 0110 asked the senators i ScnaieDefeated Measure Which Was i Colculatod to tiie State i Ayom An j inovec and Vetoed i ionai News April child labor bill supported by Governor Brumbaugh and opposed in some of its provisions by the Pennsylvania Manufacturers association was read for the first time in the senate this morning after being reported out of committee last night without amend ment The will carry their figlit the floor ofthe senate in an attempt to have it unjoiuled to juoei views Senator Snyder ot Schuylkill is ioadiiii the iiuht for the amendments and it is said Sea atnr Vare of philadel Iliia will endeavor to Jiave the iil pasaed1 in tio views of Italians at Work On a New Dam Near White Plains N Met a Terrible Fate This Morning By International News White Plains X April Seven were killed and eleven others were injured when a dozen sticks of dynamite were prematurely discharg ed in a cutoff trench at the eastern end of the new Pensico dam at Val halla All were Italians The explosion occurred one hundred feet below the surface COMMANDER OF GERMAN RAIDER DECIDES TO INTERN Newport News April The Herman auxiliary cruiser Kmnprinz Wtlhelm which put into Hampton Roads on April 11 after a notable com merce destroying cruise will be in terned for the at the Norfolk navy yard near her sister raider the Eitel Friedrich Lieutenant Captain Thierfelder of the Uilhelm notified Collector Hamil ton late yesterday of his intention to intern in this locanic message Here with I have to otlicially in form you that I Xo explanation accompanied die communication but the German commander said he had intended to attempt a daah past allied war off the Virginia capes but that the illness of more than rtO of his sailors with beribert would make that imjvossible before the expiration of time that the United States gov ernment granted to make ihls oruifler It was understood the limit on tihsit time was midnight of April in an other Senator Ilatt told the colonel lie had received a copy oTa bill intro duced by Grady in which the senator said he considered it inadvisable to give Tammany from to on ipiropriatUm to expend the1 Kew York as it would simply be putting an unnfcessary club in the hands of those people with which u knock our brains With another letter the colonel sent the senator a proof of his mes sage to the legislature which dealt among other things public util ities the franchise tax the trusts in dustrial cftiditions and labor The part dealing with the trusts he wrote tiad been submitted to general ex including Klihu Presi dent Iladley of Yale Professor lenks of Cornell and lames A Dill who was described in the letter as abig cor Iteration And in the last letter read which was dated in 1901 Colonel Roosevelt told iiie senator tliai did noi iwant to be vice president of States as it was not an otfire in wliich he could do anythiiiK The colonel said lie should like to K governor for amn In term and that in sjtite of all the work and iworrynnd very largely because of your unscint cour tesy and consideration inv dear sen have thoroughly enjoyed being The colonel added that not being a money maker he felt in honor bound leave his children the equivalent in a way of a substantial sum of ac tual achievement in politics or let The colonel did little talking yester day Kor the most jwirt he sat in the witness chair and listened to counsel for William Barnes read tie letters which it was said woro by a son of Mr Plutt When the colonel did talk it was to identify letters or answer concerning tliern The reading of additional ence that passed between Colonel Uoosevelt and Mr Platt will begin when Colonel Koosevoit rosiuiies the stand today Mr I tames was not in court during the afternoon session having ione to Albany to attend the state constitu tional convention A letter from Senator Plan Col onel Koisevelt who was tlun nor iif New York containing the fol lowing was read Glenn Shannon is a Ilrstclass man in every and I sliould think would be as acceptable as aiiylnxly As a I ihink it would bn well moreover to please yon romemher the ask ed Mr llarniun I do replied the colonel Do yon that Mr Cleti Shannon wns proivsed by Mr Continued on Page ilie ThrouiLyh their ef ilie onthe cal endar today April senato last nijiht defeated 17 to L4 the hill for the by the coun ties of tiie expensedfiiolding priniar elwtions bill was by Senator Spnuil of Delaware and had the appnval of the governor The object of th ebill was to save the state an expenditure of Governor Ftrumliaiigh last night ve toed the Curry bill exempting from the present law of regulation on wharf Tor shipment beyond the limits of Philadelphia The governor said the board of health should retain jurisdiction also vetoed the Flynn ibill permitting foreign companies manufacturing explosives flre bricks andrefractories and ot cheese but ter or other dairy or ducts to hold real estate in Pennsyl vania The governor said that tlm bill in effect taxes a corporation for its existence under our laws and ex emptsit if chartered beyond our state I do not deem this fair to our indus The Powell bill doubling the com of members of the ma inn inspectors examining boards was also vetoed The governor said their work is being satisfactorily done and to in crease the compensation un Woodward Appointed Governor las nighi nom inated George Woodward of Philadel be a member of the commis sion to investigate the advisability of creating a state park opposite Inde pendence Hall Philadelphia Governor Rrumbaugti last night sign ed these bills Amending the school code so that where a child under sixteen years leaves its employment or is absent five days from such employment the employer shall immediately notify the school official who issued the childs employment certificate Providing for a commission to codi fy and revise the law of deredonts estates Authorizing counties and municipal ities to unite in providing in court houses certain rest or waiting rooms Increasing salaries of deputy super intendents from Business of Small Loans The house last night passed by a vote of 1S4 to 10 the Cox hill regulat ing the business of making small loans Mr Cox said that the bills had been drawn by Philadelphia police au thorities to correct In acts of last session It provides for a state license to he issued by the banking commissioner filing of a bond and the rates of inter est nnd fees are fixed Othftr bills pasnrxl were Senate bill regulating veterinary medicine surgery and tistry The house last hill amending tho Continued on 1ixgi X   

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