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Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - February 14, 1917, Lebanon, Pennsylvania than nil effrgf r 44tli fif VffiW Of f HE WBP Probably to freati northwest CENTS A WT5KK SINGLE I Germany Plans to Keep United States Busy With Cuba and Mexican Affj American Ready For Dissolution Next Month g a Stockholders Reelected Directors ana Officers to Consummate Sale of Plant and Interests to Beth lehem Steel Statement Issued The annual meeting of the Stock holders of the American Iron and Steel Manufacturing proved t3 be a most perfunctory af despite the fart that If will doubtless be the last annual gather Ing that kind for the Another special will be held on February tit which the and will likely be sold to the Bethlehem Steel and the other com Tany will then be JHmlors Klectcrt At the meeting which ter minated shortly after I HMwarrt of Harrlsburg of Philadelphia Harvey Sternbergh and pf Read ing Wllliam Coleman of Cornwall Horace John Penn Edward James Tord and Frank were elected GAVE BLOOD TO SAVE LIFE OF DMSISUR Stevens Came All the Way Prom Oregon IS OUT OF DANGER Sick Lady Wife of Mer chant This City The devotion of a who The executive committee consists of Horace HMward Coleman and Free Officers Selected At the meeting of tho immediately after the meeting of the James Ixjrd was elect ed president John Penn vice president and secretary and treas these as well as the directors being delegated to servo I hurried to Philadelphia from Portj until the eompanyjs absorbed by has resulted in saving thA Ufa of Florence wife Warships to Be Built Under Nbw Navy Bill 3 battleships nt t battle crtllser at 3 scout cruisers at i IB destroyers at 1 destrtfyer tender nt 18 son at 1 submarine trnrtnr at With these additions tho Unit ed States unions the Ger manbuilding program Is consid erably larger than Is will take tark as the sprond In the Bethlehem Steel Company on March 1 or Balance NhcVt The balance sheet nhiws the fol lowing Cnrrent ash lii litinkH a ti d on Continued on Pace Seven Reformation Pageant Magnificent Spectacle Large Audience Delighted With Historical Accu racy of Costumes and Characters Roles Were Admirably Enacted of who Is ill a hebanon mer In the Seldom has a Lebanon audience been so as tha Reformation Pageant which was presented the Academy at Music en Tuesday evening under the aus plcda of the Church ol Lebanon City and Tor many years this wonderful spectacle has delighted American often IRfore the present generation waft and the great scenic effects with their wealth rf combine ta make a production that has won many The Pageant will be this Audience The audience which taxed the seat ing capacity of the lower floor and balcony 9 the was mado up of a considerable number of church goers from all sections of tho as well as many churchgMns residents of the They were few among the large gathering who not famlllar with the story of the Continued on Page Five Until a few days ago physicians had no hope of llfo of who was suffering from As a last resort doctors decided to transfuse blood Into the patients veins from aome strong The to volunteer was of The oper ation was performed a few days But Rutenberg failed to likxxl a whose home la in was noti fied of Rutenbergs She immediately left her arriving in Philadelphia last As soon she reached the city she hurried to the bedside of her On the blood from Stevens arm was transfused to her dying Today Rutenberg Is reported out pif Mo on ODD FELLQWS CONFERRED THE FIRST DEGREE The crack degree learn of hesan Lodge of OdA Tuesday nvenlng ronferrod the tlrst degree upon a class of Hubert the degree wap in chargoand thn ceremonies were gone through In Hun stylo and to din admiration of tho now mem bers as well as the rost of mcm bers of the llimmial Interest at laches to the lodge Hesslons at pres ent owing to the membership boom wJilch is In Two Little Lads Deserted By Their Inhuman Father Found In Shabby Dwelling With Thermometer Hovering At Captured at Phoenixville and Is In Jail ONPENNSYAT BRADENVILLE Days Submarine Toll Reports yesterday showed four more ships sunk by Gorman sub the list being as fol lows British ig British Ntoin Britis Total Bihoe 1 Nationality of Sunken l 33 51 GOLD WATCH PRESENTED TO I HENRY NOWLEN By Von Bayer On Behalf of Coke Oven Men AS A TESTIMONIAL Nowlen and Wife t Leave Tomorrow for Detroit Honry of the SemetBol vay who tomorrow leaves with Nowlmi for to which place IIP transfer red In thn of well deserved pro ISntlrnly Kowlon made the center of a group of his associates in the work of the SemetHolvay Company at the Lebanon furnarn plant mid then von his superior In the management the works addressed him In an pxpresulon of tho apprecia tion In which his Morvlccs aro hold and tho high esteem In which he is held by these As a tes timony of thlH appreciation and re gard von Bayer thereupon pre sented Nowlon With it line gold a Orucn movement and case suitably from tho Schmidt AgraviMy To say that Nowlen was both surprised and delighted and prizes the gift mid the testimony of good will it represents IB putting but a weak construction on his 5 Count Von Bernstorff ai Suite Boird Frederick Arrived at Hobotan From Washington Early ifpj Which Is Last Step In Break of Diplomat Relations With Germany Spfrlnl o News by Nnw Fob 14 Under heavy guard of Inltod States serrpt service 150 of the Customs lIuiiHO neutrality pquarl anl Hobokoii Count Von Itnni drpartltiK Merman Ambassii and bis suite arrived In Holm ken early today from The parly was immediately es corted to HIP plpr of liner Fred and wont aboard tho At oclock this liner will bend the last formal step lh diplomatic country and Germany The Uertnan 6j German consuls of the country togeti diplomatic nil nnroute Von Bernatorfrf Continued on Howard Jorster Leaves To Go To Western Steel who has boen n spoiiHihilitles by clerk nt the American Iron and Steol Manufacturing Companys oBflces ftr a loivg tenm of has tendered his resignation to the company to take effect at an oarly it Is undeiHtood that To has accepted a as a comptroller with n large aloel concern In the whfch Is under the control of a syndicate of eastern It is a decidedly responsible but Forstre sag every assurance of as he was ontruted with heavyre to News by United was resumed on the Pennsylvania Railroad lines at 1 oclock after a tieup since Just night due to the four tracks being blocked at near when a double headed freight train ran head on into a slow Six cars and en engine were elbowed and tho debris scattered over four With the thermometer hovering and the wind blowing snow and cold air through every small crack even In modernly Improv ed and while many citizens uncomfortable in their dwell ings because tliefr heating apparatus was inadequate to overcome the ef fects of the two small boys were deserted In a shabby dwelling at East Two of With only two loaves of bread at their disposal as and with no fuel other than a quarter peck of coal dust which was left from what had been a pile of they tucked themselves in and waited for de Father in The John is now in Jail awaiting hearing on a charge of deserting his He was arrested at in a good and warm The policy say be spent the money that should Continued on Page Two Lebanon Commissioners Favor State Amendment For the Administration of Mothers Pension Fund by State Board Instead of County Trustee as at Present Euchre and Dance Projected For the Womans Relief A euchre and dance will take place at the Armory on Thursday April under the aus pices of the Womans Relief Th ladles of this association not only prepared and served the big feast to Company H but contribut ed money to the affair as Assurances of support have been received from many people and a flue Is In A large number of young folks have volun teered to assist In making the ar Hartman Not At Meeting Of Board Today Edward of who ia a member of the board of cotanty was uuable today to attend the weekly of the being confined to his home with a severe Commissioner Hartman is able to ba about the but is under thn care of the family under whose treatment he la showing steady INERIEHRF THIS and Steel Company4 ten Tie assistant to Chief but for Home tlmo slstant to Frank of the attd n highest His resignation COI surprise to his as it was gener stood that ho was dials management of theBet Continued on d News hy Uiillod in heart of tho business district thu stroyod tho Oabol entailing a loss of Tho Woolworth ami lo cnnt store and tho sljoo storn aro tho In Mexican BY CARL United Press Staff man Infltipnco was noun today in Cu ban and Mexican1 As ofllilals viewed conditions to tho South of this it appeared more tliaiO likely that Germany was stirring up trobulo there to keep the United States engaged In nearer liome affairs so Half dozen Ofllcen were damaged smoho and would pay less The board of Lebanon county commissioners today added their en dorsement of the proposed amend ment to the State Mothers Pension fund whereby a board of frojn five to seven Rerspns cpnBHtuted for the pf the throughout the i i of the present plan of county trustee it aims to Att beir meeting today the com missioners had prepared and tor warded to State Senator Horacg i ii Continued Bfg Wrestling Match ACADEMY OF MUSIC imcun jrkiitm 4 LEMBERGER RE APPOINTED BY THE GOVERNOR Governor Brumbaugh hat Bent to Senate the reappointments of Sen ator and Joseph of to be trustees of the State Hospital at And appointment of Howelf Cum to be trustee James Employes Are Recovering From Accident Gibson of Mifllln this one of the men Injured In the auto acclden at Pottstown rn cently when tho big auto truck of the James furniture store was struck by a is so much improved that he resumed his duties at the Jacqes store this George of the other man who was will bo confined to his home for some lime as he is suffering with injuries that will not permit of his assuming his upholstering duties at the James Both mem were cm the truck at the time of the and were going for of furniture to bo brought to this Annville Home Sold By Sheriff Strupp SaylorH of tins morning at shnrlffV hold In Slmriff at court purchased llio Abnor I Kuiick on fliorry In for mibjnrt ID niort for Baylor Xlmmer was the attorney and fllbm1 the Ijattontlon to Ucrraau acts on tho ICvldout German pressure on Gen eral IIIIK already had tho effect of forcing British constdora Commissioner Hears Divorce Testimony Judgn Henry has granted a In divonp in the proceeding brought by Ida of this ugaiiiHt Nelson Cruel and barbarous treatment was rep resented the MO it to succeed Thomas de SPECIAL BARGAINS THIS WEEK IRON BEDg Guaranteed116 AXMIN8TRR heavy BRA88 BEDS Brand grade HACKMANS TENTH MIFFI4N PUBLIC DANCE MOOSE HAUL The Second Annual Pure Food Show At Hershey Depaftment Store NOW FEBRUARY J7 There will be souvenlre and prizes every day and Tickets to be had at store all lucky Miss Edna Trout Lebanon With Billy Allen Wisa Edna a daughter of and John of 1014 Cumberland street will ap 1ear in this city next week a iof Billy Allen theatrical which nils a weeks engage ment at the Miss Tratit luuu is will known among a wids circle of friends and has had succese since choaslng of the stage as a Her Presence in tneoom I pany will be a big draw Ing tion of lauding troops at Taraplco to protect the oil wells supplying ICnglands big according to in timations In diplomatic As for the come such that will bo thpugli volt there stands IB not yet Border wltM reports of killing o thref HRrved to accentuate It Is known v Department Is keeping fill watch on the boundai that trouble Involving 1 States will again break 01 In connection with it was recalled a Gorman embassy close and almost constant J the MexicanAmerican pea Continued on Fate German Calls Action of This Special to TnwH uv Unllcrt fato Is the way Hermans regard tho action of the American government in per mitting test ships to sail for porta UIP submarine barred The greatest siiniirlse wns manifested lioffy when It became known thai frank announcement M that tha American ships Alllnil In hud cleared for the face of Ger uianys limited ly remarked must take a frivolous V situation in even ships to ho danger Americans remaining5 troutec with tho which they enjoyed of Ambassador LATE NEW Special t the Daily Neivs bif BVKNOfi Wireless Ieniuiido tie Nqrouhtt of an raider and BritJuJi but shed no IVKW j The Ouuard liner no aiiive Uiu Vorjt Bay eaily She left England January and na8k Bast Lehman who recently moved here from left this morning for Reading to spend the midweek the guests of friends ARMORY DANCE 15 NEW 14rThe LIFE INSURANCE TRAVEMMS the orlgtnatora of FRANK HAMMAR M CONOR By Lebanon WANTED MJJJW
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