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Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - June 9, 1917, Lebanon, Pennsylvania f i r ftifir The Nawi Leads Beit lii Local and Foielgn and PRINTED IN 44th TEN PAGES VIEW Of THE PUBLIO SATtmiJfY JUNE TEN CENTS A WEEK A SINGLE 2 C Goternftent forecast New and Maryland thunder showers on moderate south at dy of Abducted Baby Lloyd Keet fflnnd Today In Well Near i Johns Scouts Enlist In Liberty Bond Campaign Will Do Their Part With the Rest Of The American Every Scout To Save A The Battle Cry Every Scout to Bavo a trill be tlfj battle cry thousands of bov scouts of America next week when they conduct their Liberty Loan Bond Campaign throughout the United States In every town and This Nation wide campaign opens on June to con tinue until June Inclu and It IB planned to visit ten million To every scout secures subscriptions to the bond from ten or more different will be given a war Service Emblem by the Strong Boy Scouts of America numbp nearly three hundred thousand strong and when their army starts moving there Is always something going to They have lent their aid to theGovernment In var ious ways since the outbreak of tha and they are always active in Continued on Page Three 35 Per Cent of Bethlehem Employes Have Subscribed Thirtyfive per cent of the work men of the local Bethlehem Iron and Steel companys plants have sub scribed to the half million dollar Liberty Loan Bond The total amount according to reports issued by Captains this was which the result of three days work and Although the amount is high and the percentage there should be much more of but It is probable that the men fall to understand the Issue Many questions are asked of the GRETNA CAMP TO BE BETTER AND GREATER The further development of Gretna as a military training camp East Lehman street enlisted In baughs on ot the bill making a reappropriatlon of for that Various plans have been mapped out by the Adjutant Generals office for the en largement and improvement Of the government property at Gretna and bill signed by the Governor does not specify in howtfie money Is to be RICHARD GATES HAD NAIL TORN FROM FINGER Richard son ot and Alfred who is a student at MuWenberg met with a painful accident this moralng employed at the Lebanpn furnace plant of the Bethlehem steel com The tip of the middle finger of his left hand was caught beneath a heavy shafting and the nail torn Gates dressed the captains concerning the and as a rule the workmen imagine that they are compelled to hold their bond for fifteen or twenty years t bo fore they can realize any money on lUdcemcd Any Time This Is all wrong and the captains have ben Instructed to notify the men that the bonds will be edeemed any time at all by the company or they can be sold to other investors without any trouble at A Continued on Page Sergeant Jones Still Sending i Army Recruits Sergeant in charge of the local recruiting today sent two young men to Harrlebure for transfer to the Columbus bar They were Joseph of Cast Lehman who enlisted n the and Charles of Frederick who enlisted In the Grable spent a short time In Har rieburg and this giving fare well to relatives and and then passed the examination at tha local Sergeant Jones expects to send a few more recruits away this after noon and CHARTERS FILED AT COURT HOIJSE THIS MQRNING The charter for the Kreider employes beneficial of Annville and the South Bellegrpve cemetery recently grant ed by Judge were this morning flled for record with Record er Zimmerman at the court Samuel was the at torney in both Ride In a CHANDLER Kidnaped Babys l Body Found In Abandoned Well Koot With Her Old Special to the Dailu Neivs bu United Press June Lloyd the four teen months old son of Harold the Springfield who was kidnapped on May was found this morning in an abandoned well oh the Crenshaw ejght miles southwest of pnly meager details of the finding of the little body have as yet been Deceived and it is not the policeauthori ties conducting the search for the child and its abductors have made any additional BATHING SEASON NOW ON AT GRETNA where the popular bathing resort has been greatly im The bath houses have been rebuilt and greatly Accommodations for enfcrely on second Beach enlarged to four times A large raft floating in deep warer for expert New sand from the Will Visit Their Son Prior to His Leaving For France and of Tenth will leave at oclock this evening for to spend several days with their more par ticularly their Frederick who has enlisted In the reserve medical The corps IB under orders to pro ceed to France and Its departure is looked for any Trust Company Given Permission To Invest Fund Permission has been granted the Farmers Trust Company as guard aan of Laura May Ebersole and Mary Kathryn Ebersole to invest the trust fupd of at five per cent Stewart presented the LAFAYETTE Son of Clothier and Isaac William son of Isaac of 321 Chestnut was graduated the Lafayette College today and received the degree Bachelor of Beh ney has been active in undergraduate activities thruout his course and for two years held the fencing cham pionship of the NOTICE TO State and County Taxes due and payable to the under signed Collectors First Walnut Second Ninth Third Tenth Fourth ReinoeHlr28 Eighth Fifth First Sixth and Seventh SPECIAL NOTICE 100 LARGE RUGS AT SPECIAL PRICES Hackmans Furniture Store 10th AND MiPFLJN PRIVATE SALE Cooking Utensils uud other household articles of eyery Every evening MISS ELLA MAEGUT CHESTNUT WANTEP Committee Will Meet and Arrange For Picnic The local QuadrlCentennlal Com mittee of the United Lutheran churches of Lebanon city and coun tv will hold an Important meeting on Monday evening In the Salem Lu theran chapel at 8 to make further arrangements for the1 Mitn eran outing at Gretna on June All the committees will bo expected to report and the interest and enthusiasm is steadily growing and developing for a great outpour Ing of members and friends of the cooperating churches on the day of the Programs will be dis tributed In the Lutheran churches a week from 15 Registrars Gave Out Cards Illegally Wefe Arrested Special to Newo by United June accused of illegally giv ing put cards on registration are today in the hands of the Fed eral Federal agent Garbarinff IB presenting evidence against men before the grand Jury and the heaviest possible pun ishment will be meted out to them if true bills are The shortage the registration cards runs into ICE CKEAM and MISSES 115 South Tenth SPECIAL TRAIN TO For accommodation of persons Wishing to go to Gretna special train will be run leaving June re turning leave Stopping at Cornwall in both President and General Buy a CHANDLER DELICIOUS BAKED HAM SUPER With Potato Filling and Qravy Chicken Corn Soup Strawberries Iqe Cream Oakes Qandies Sons of America HalJ HOLLAND KK13T LUCKY ESCAPE FROM DEATH to Mown by United June Ger man officers were killed and Kaiser Wilhelm himself narrow ly escaped a like fate when the railway station at Ghent was oombed recently by a British ail fleet according to a dispatch to lie Exchange telegraph company crom Fie4d Marshal Von Hinden berg and Prince Eitel were also present at the but with other German officers escaped ENJOYING TRIP ON SILVER WEDDING ANNIVERSARY and Francis of 909 Maple are today colcbrat Ing the twentyfifth anniversary of their They left on an early train for to visit Allwelns after which they will go to for a brief HOLLINGER BRINGS SUIT FOR DAMAGES Slander Is alleged by William Holllnger in an action for instituted Friday In the lo cal common pleas court against George A capia was issued and ball fixed at represents the Fire Destroyed Baptist Church At Steelton Special to by United June shortly af ter midnight completely destroyed the Steelton Baptist Church and also burned two dwellings and a The loss Is George Who Will Go To Here on a Visit EarthquakeWrecks San Salvador Sixth TimelnltsHistoty George Krause of Harrlu who has enlisted in the Bell telephone companys signal corps unit which IB scheduled to accompany Pershlngs first American army Into is spending the week In this He expects to leave here on Monday and Is prepared to report for duty at a moments Drive a CHANDLER Get Ready for the 16th PALMYRAS BIG DAY Pecomte your YOII will flnd u full supply iu tliut line ut SAMUEL NKUS STAND WANTED LINOTYPE Must be able to care for Steady T Reports From the of Little Republic dicate That Loss of Life Is Only In Provincial Towns While Salvadors Loss Is In Property i Special in Daily News United Press Now June based on cables received first shock of the that the earthquake which the city of San Salvador and surrounding towns for the time in their did not take a heavy toll of pressed by local agents of San Salvador firms here today Since receipt of the message all well from Day and Bl San Salvador by Bloom their fiscal no additional word has been received reports from the capital of the little dicate that heavy loss of life may have been suffered provincial while the loss in San Salvador itself was cally confined to Bloom Brothers received their all well message shorty after midnight today and have heard nothing A report from San Miguel declared only 100 houses left standing in San Heavy it were followed by a deluge of lava and boiling water from the group of volcanoes which flanks the The largest of the volcanoes is Santa Ana and San In the midst of the group also lies the volcanic lake of A volcanic island 150 feet high stands in the center of this According to Manuel secretary of the ot San consulate this lake rises and falls as much ns 40 feet at a The last time it he so thousands of fish lay dead on its banks that the populationhad to turn out en masse and bury them to avoid a The American Museum of Natural History record today showed that the earthquake started with a severe followed by lesser tremors that gradually died after about an This is the sixth time San Salvador has been c ally wrecked by earthquakes or volcanic The 3 disasters occurred in 1854 and In none ofthese instances has the loss of life been though the property damage has been 1 Fborf to Be Controlled On a Patriotic Basij BY ROBERT United Press Staff June will bo made the basis of food con during the the Autocratic measures such as abso lute price fixing and requisition will not be utilized except as a last re From the farm to the the regulation of price and supply will be administered through voluntary according to the Herbert Slackers or er terms those who might refuse entejr the proposed be taken care of by powers to authorized by Hoover proposes to have trolling body in charge of duct that will come under hlsfe Continued on Page Scheme for Peace Subject of Great Conjecture BY WILLIAM United Press Staff June much sanction the Austrian General Rohr had in his amazing scheme to effect a separate peace between his Aus trian troops and the Russians was the subject of the greatest conjec ture Full details of the man ner in which the peace proposal was made were received at the war of Three weeks ago General Rohr lected two peace delegates from er ery division of Austrian q his particular part of the froijt 120 men in The cording to papers in possession of Russian war office Included an trlan Early this these 120 bearing white flags Continued on Page Returned After Delightful Visit To Native Heath Bella who spent several weeks Jn this city visiting the family ol Millard Rein at 32 North Twelfth left for her home this She was accompanied by her George and her Jessie and of who came here for the purpose of taking her The Annual Meeting of ows Home Corporation will at the Home on at 2 14 NOTICE June is the last day that you will be al lowed a discount on your May Gas S FUEL LAST DANCE at ARMORY HA TONIGHT Sourbeers Orch Admission 80 for QERANIU1 to
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