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   Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - September 5, 1917, Lebanon, Pennsylvania                                l Bsrl 3 w r lid by the Lebano m T iption Board Tuesday Rejected And One Reported Dead uledto Answer Summons and May Returned As Slackers ally flt were military on house oC 150 Intyslx were re f not meeting the four were fng already enlisted the and one remaining the summons later will be ers The board additional one hun probably Bg the disposition of those examined onTuesday fol lows C Raphael 216 8th St Samuel George 718 Lehman St 201 Partridge John 339 14th Mike 1318 Lehman St Edmund Kline Myerstown Frank 337 14th Euston 707 Maple 347 Partridge Continued on Page Two Drafted Men irttp Meade Delayed send to of her national army to amp Ad Tho hincomplete condl Vmentifl which the cared for during and in view of this boned the date for tie first quota to on an4 military exemption boards were noti fied officially of the with the result that neither board sent away its As matter of fact the Leibanon while it had se lected the men who are to was at a loss to act inasmuch as there has been no certificate by the state district board the local boards board recently announced the se lection of the ten men making up lits net quota under the flve per cent call Buying The NeWv John for the Bon Ton Departing spent the day in phtladel New York pmchaslBgl tures and supping for tbj I handsome which i finished within a few weekd MISS WAGNER SUMMONED NAVAL HOSPI Miss Sara a nurse of this and who Iy enlisted in Uucle Sams was summoned for dutjl week and left today for Phil where she will identify hi with the United States Naval ila and lew fix stores M bo MISSMcCOY IS ACCEPTED BYREDCRO Arthur of Wll here oh a Visit to s whe IB ft patient at the od Samaritan where she scentiy underwent an operation for ifhe condition of patient is reported to be favorable for her early to Leroy Albert Divorce WouH Raise Sum Originally Ph District Attorney Adams represented the hus in the the Sanftte tho Which been WILLIAM ANTONY fa With the return of head of a York brokerage froni Srfln to stand trial for grand per sons who entrusted to him to be delivered to rela tives may learr where the money Kennedyassorts Awaiting Receipt Of Qrl Wallst caused his downlll and I promises to reveal the imde ma aers to Sail for France in lu 1VYUILI tiio lllluo chlnery that he said thwated him his professional WELL QUALIFIED Active Service Be1 lore in France and Porto Rico Miss Anna formerly j ifled with the Visiting Nurses iuJ1 ociatioa work and more recently ngaged as school mirse by non school his been Jtailtiul fnvi TJ a A fOR AT I ASYLUM Institutiqn ITREATED jnjssloneri this fmm the state nent of 1 for the main patients Ig 82pa4 in Kave alnce were at a cost HOMES FOUND FOR DESERVED That this is not nearly so cruel and callous a world as many persons flilnk has illustrated most forcibly during the past several days in the finding of homes for three de serted One them was mere babe in arms and the other only a few years but the notice in the of their forlorn con dition brought over a score of ap plicants who volunteered to adopt me or more of Each of these applicationa was and Is tfDYF awaiting the receipt orders which send her the water to laibeJiamong the soldjjeri of the American army on 1 t Well Qualified v Miss McCoy has long benn identl fled with the Red Cross association during tlie SpanishAmerica when still a student saw much service In the care of Ameri can soldiers In the Since then Miss McCoy has been engaged in thefwork in France and Porto Rica well as America and Is well qualified to return to the work ju which she had so longbeen acut In the event of ler going vv France it Is altogetkr likely that TONS lOF PIG IRON PEPIONTH At Plants of theiBethlehem Steel Company MORE IS NEEDED Johnsoii levy vigorous led Senators Conventi Capaciw of Plants Jn Lebanon andVi cinijy The potentialities of the Bethjeheni Steel Company as a factor in national defense can be enormous U yad Borahfor iflls of wahi camfimec amendment raise double suMtetheVtconimW orlginallyiJ 4r We wanted out dMtWa have forced The eom polled to nearly planned to get Mi WAS A DEISGATE in Gold Won At mvention Into Trea Thel opening meeting the city school excellent homes were found for I smaller and an awaits as yet the grandmother has notfeheen abje to part with the last or though she has admitted hat she is unable to properly and this brought abpufetbe efforts to secure of the district will the grant he taken tlie TagDayNtfted Over Carman Writes From Camp At News Is In rcelpt of a fetter from First Vttor Company 149th Dfisloijal Machine anon in the evenin usiness Mens held Market last was well and fol WtlS WBll aiiu lowliigjthe transaction ihe regular routine a by Albert Mujidorff spoke ontfle of State id gaye a description of the Sta which was heldat MtOarmpl last He apoke higlnof tie city of Mtr Carmel and its bsjness and a ber of prominent men vho w attendance at the eluding Dennis ONlellind o told the vaos theproduction of pig rapidly being fe blast furnaces at tons a and made is needed by the Lehigh The present pacity of the stacks at Point is tons a and this is being so that soon the Maryland plant will equal or slightly that in Bethle The furnaces at the Steelton plant at present produce tons a and will be enlarged to lent of roprietor of on to coast vaca They The Liberty Fire Company fited1 to the extent of over a redand fifty dollars through medium of their tag venture on Labor incident to the Bousing of their handsome new There were Jess than a dozen young ladies at work collecting and their success has won merited praise from the grateful firemen of the company The entire sum will be devoted the engine fund as the expenses of the entertainment of the out of town borne by the members jar John Swenson Has Resumed His Duties Jphn assistant to the the Division Garmai is writingithat the Intensive trainir they are now is testiiK their physical declares nat he the and looks foitard to the re ceipt of orders that will send them across the Visiting Parents Before Gting to Miliary Camp prominent of Is In Leba nonvisiting his Jacob gjg befoe leaving for a in The two hundred ddars It hat were won as a woi to the and Lebanon is vry fled with winning hono as mens num re in in gold ie by d in first alls The seven furnaces on the acquired dur ing the past year by the Bethlehem Steel have a capacity of about tons At the pig iron production of Charles Schwabs furnaces is almost a quarter of a million tons a and it will soon be increas ed to a third of a it helps to put the Ira Nerv on the and shows hat thi chants here are doing sma fine along certain Ir Mul was the delegate to tfe con from the local mer ork lorff ition military camp in PIONJO Academy TW Purnjsji the Music for Mason tKeim Academy of Music accepted an engageiwt to furnteh tie njuaic for the daicing at the roadera picnic To Elect Algebra Teacher fbrHigl Schoo Facllty of the olti pub lic has cajlfqr a meeting this evening t the teachers committee the board for the purpose of seject Algebra teacher far the I high Enjoyed Extended Autonobile hool an besides tie will be and jaley 3 and ftpry and ed to Brooklyn ajjj Coj They lpv4aj The Tip Ms en jo Battalion of Death Threw Back Germans Bpeclal to News DyVtlnltaa How the Battalion of women soldiers threw back assaults over a front of fifth of a mile out of Riga and in spired their comrades to hold firm against further was told in front dispatches received Battalion of death made its heroic stand at a critical moment J the whenpursuing ferma forces had advanced to tW pojpt where they mended fte It resisted the shofJf enemy assault and then Vrovy the GeimanB Exceptional valpr crfdjtfljIU tol the Battalion of Russlan units At bayonets stood salting waves to v All efforts Rusj mand today the sian troops JO Riga into by the the Jnes i9i Sneclnl to tional of townships as their share road tax bonus tund Wun today by tho Auditor pertinent to the State jugnwapr These file their reports on f Ished satisfactory explanatipn not doing Among the included in1 todays cerUflcatlo Bethel Lebanon c which recedes BY WILMAM staff way for States to save Russia Is whip Germany eoon B BARDE ASUBJ tq 6 rine bombarded trough Copters 100 nte iblo   

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