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   Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - January 17, 1919, Lebanon, Pennsylvania                                of tenigW Ifl ftecaiveg the f tfll 8ef of the tJftHdd Press Association Jon 46tll every Evenlnf nJtcept fcnndafr FUffiAlf JAIWABY M Senon J at the Post Office at Lebanon Maniac In New York Brutally Murdered Four Women In the Last Ten Montenegrins Combat Serbian Uprising With Heavy Losses to US AT TiUBANON POST mm ON TO Greatest Sinte the Government Instituted This Plan of Sav Alien Residents Are Largely Respon sihle for the Big Notwithstanding the Investment of hundreds of thousands of dollars In Lebanon In Liberty and other the deposits In the postal savings department of the Lebanon post office are now tho greatest since tho government In stituted this form of savings In The total deposit are now close to When the savings fund was local banks which became the depositories for such were obliged to put up bonds as collateral security to the govern ment for the safety of this money of Uncle Sams and days In accord with regulations of the postal notice was sent to Washington stating that the local banks have nowreached the 1 tan It covered by the security In bonds and It Is likely that the government authorities will ask for additional bonds as required by Alien While the extension of the amount any single depositor may place In OLD BEN EXPERT SIGNALS CARRY ON TO WAR SAVERS Today Is the 213th anniversary of Benjamin Franklins All over the United States it is being celebrated as ah occasion for Impressing the American people the fact that the end of the war has not ended the necessity for THRIFT on their Benjamin Franklins thrift writings and so nent in his are jttst as sound and true now as they were Here are some of familiar in American homes Save and Every little a liook or youll find yourself Me that waits upon fortune Is never sure of a All things are cltenp to the dear to the If you would be think of saving as well as Beware of small expenses a small leak will sink a great A penny saved Is two pence u day Is a groat n tialn may be temporary and but expense Is constant nnd It Is eauler to suppress the first desire thai to satisfy all lollow Continued on Page UEBKNECHT SHOT AND ROSA LUXEMBURG DROWNED IN CANAL By PRANK Press Staff Liet the most dramatic figure in was shot dead while trying to escape a heavy escort of German It was learned At the same time hie chief lieutenant Rosa Luxemburg was lynched by a The Spartan who fell Just shortly before overthrowing the new German Government was pedin his home and taken prisoner with his wife The latter were taken to him was being escorted to military The automobile in which he was riding broke Liebknecht suddenly drew a knife and staWbed one of the guards and Theguards flung their rifles to ttieir shoulders and Lieb kiieoht fell dead from one of the While Lieoknecht was being hunt ed down Rosa Luxumberg met death at the hands of a Details of her not be definitely known as this was She was caught by a and flung into the Landwer The government issued an official state ment announcing that the murder ers of and Rosa Luxum berg willbe severely It Is known that several persons have been arrested in this Balsbaugh Honorary Delegate to Congress for League of Nations MEETS IN NEW YORK CITY CALLUPONTHE GERMAN PEOPLE TOUNITEATONCE By FRANK TAYLOR United Press Staff Correspondent 15 eign Minister in hia first public statement call ed upon the Germafi peoule to that their peace representatives may offer a stable government as the countrys contribution to the League of We accepted Wilsons 14 including the idea of a League of which is the basis for reconstruction of the he We will stand by with all we a final victory for the democracy of the Helmut a Stettin merch has been appointed to a position in the foreign The newspapers hail his appointment as eVidence of the governments new as Top feer is the first merchant evor to enter that President Haven stein of the has been sent to the Spa al the suggestion of Marshal where he will confer wiith Allied representatives regarding their financial demands on Recent dispatches stated the Air lies had demanded that ail gold in the Reichsbftnk be transferred to where it wluld be from the I w of Lehman is the week of ARMISTICEIS EXTENDED AGAIN FOR A MONTH IBpecfal to News By United with several important has been extended for a it was officially announced Pol lowing the conference at Treves be tween Marshal Foch and the German the armistice conventions were prolonged for a the statement Clauses concerning agricultural Russian war and naval conditions der reoperation of the material taken from the invaded were Main Line Street Car Out of Commission Main line street put out of commission on Wednes day by the breakage of one of the The Maple street ear was therefore transferred to the and a small car was placed in service on Eighth Representatives From Seven States and District of Columbia Will Attend city miper intendent of public been signally honored by appointment by Governor Brumbaugh as an honor ary delegate to the Atlantic Con gress for a League ot Nations to be held February 6 and 6 In York The Congress will be maln up of representatives from New New West VlrgJula and the District of DANCING forget big by the 411 ARMORY Saturday 18 Lady Helen Chocolate DEITZLER CAFE Special For Saturday Head x Vegetable Chicken Corn Ciiiclcen Oyster in All Home Made Baked lipine Made REGULAR DINNER EVERY 40s Resolutions on the Deathof Strenge By Lancaster Church A set of beautifully engrossed neatly have been received trora the con gregation of Marks Lutheran at They were as a tribute to the memory of the late who was their pastor for some Similar resolutions are being pre pared by congregation of Trin ity Lutheran rthnrnh and when completed will be Bent to the ot the dapartocj Send Mothers and War Babys Photo The NEWS has received a num ber of mothers and their war bableC Many more are wanted tor the War Babies gal lery soon to be published in this If you have a son Or daughter born since Daddy went to tho training camp or to send It in with the picture of the on one card if pos There no expense attached to the Cumber land street will makw the picture free of It will be published in the NEWS free of Hurry the pictures along SEND PHOTOS OF MOTHERS AND WAR BABIES HtW aoont that war baby Hatt mother and babe been graphed It send the photographs to the without Iff take I the ilittle dear to niazlara at No charges Blazler will inakfl tha photograph free charge and the NEWS will publish the photographs without Special for Saturday Chocolate Coated Raisins Continued on Page MONTENEGRINS AND SERBIANS IN UPRISING FOR400QP HOT DRINK here you get the best In JOJ O CANDY WANTED Lebanon Palace of Sweets 781 to By nnltwj fighting with heavy losses on bath has resulted alleged attempt by Serbians to forcibly abolish Montene grin Twenty thou sand Montenegrins are said to have participated In an uprising against the Serbfc The report that King Nicholas opposed to inclusion of Montenegro in the proposed JugoSlav state is notwithstanding official Ser bian pretensions to the here Tho1 demands that a con stituent assembly shall decide the seyerelgjnty of the new rathor than baring it automatically como under the Serbian The un rielng is cjted as proof that tho majority of the people stand by the Smoke DONS or DONE Members Were Guests oi Church Council At Penn Hotel AN ENJOYABLE AFFAIR Music Rendered and Ad dresses Delivered by Schmauk and Others A thoroughly enjoyable time was had on Thursriny by those who participated in the annual pllmentary banquet by Salem Lutheran church council to of the English and Gorman It was bald at the William Penn where Mine Host Boll nvan had prepared a of turkey with all the things that go to make up a conplete meal for which the hostelry is Addresses senior pastor of the Salem was toastmaster and made the principal Un der his guidance inteltoctua feat ureqi of thie gathering most nearly every one of the guests being heard in response to Schmauks invitation Among others who spoke R John Relnoehl A The musical numbers were finely 17 YEAR OLD GIRLMURDERED IN NEW YORK Postponed Sale Owing to tfee Pf feorses to arrive this the will be held TOMORROW IS THE LAST DAY OF THE GREAT SALE OF ENGLISH TOUR AINE FLOW BLUE DINNER WARE AT THE SPECIALLY New Police today were searching for a lieved reaponslble for murders of four women within the last ten following brutal assassination of 17yearold Mary Elizabeth The girls head was crushed before she was dragged from a sidewalk near her home and The latest crime bears strong semblance to the murder of Helma who was slain re cently while crossing a vacant Two women in New Jersey were killed under similar Police indicated they believed they have to deal with a criminal Pf the Ripper type PDISON AGITATION IN UNITED SI FORPIMASE W r i Feelings Are As Much Hurt As the Americans Would Purchase of Upper California Was Discussed in lish Never Consent to It by the I San The Mexican people will never con sont to soil bower California to tho United Governor Estaban Cantu of Lower Oallfornla today telegraph ed that statement to the United Governor Cantu declared that the Mexican people resent agitation In the United States purchase of tho much as the American people would resent It If bhe Brit ish Parliament should dlscuse pur chase of the state of Mexico relies upon tho principle of soudetermination for all no 500 MISSING FROM FRENCH SHIP XHAPROI Special to News By Unilted hundred passengers were missing today from French steamer Xhaproi which struck a mine In Messina strait and sank in four The a vessel of 4600 had 660 passengers aboard The British steamer Oageston saved The remainder are believed to have The Xhaproi sailed from Mar Neither the Xhmprol nor Oageston are listed in Lloyds It is possible tine names garbled rtn caible Messina Strait separates Sicily from It is a deep with a strong tidal current which is very dangerous to The mythical Scylla and Charybdis were situated on this a was located on the Italian side and a was on the Sicilian which the has noble to Mexican territory from Cantu The governors rtateitf in reply to a telegram the United Press loforalftg the people of the Unit would appreciate an ex him regarding the gross for purchase fcba Resolutions Instructing to begin negotiations f chose of Lower CaltforndaShtw Introduced in the Continued from Page OPTIMISP EVE OF 01 Clarence Rohrer is v Now First Sergeant Harold X a clerk at the Walton has received word from his Clarencq who is located at Payne as an instructor in a training stating that he has just been hon ored by promotion to the rank of a flrstclnsB sergeant in the air serv The young man is a eon of Penrose the Lebanon TRANSFERS IN William Qarrett to Ellas property on North Fifth United Press Staff i formal opening it may be sta lively today that feeling more optUnlstlc general eltuation since his arrival in Eii When preliminary were resumed it the delegates would aaction on publicity demaij lated1 by the o known to be strongly app the support of both foreign correspondents of open covenantsof arrived and he sired will be The press delegations tries will attend tomor when President will make a welcoming r other leaders will been practically PRIMROSES Surely you will not be out one of these lovely plants all Winter Extra Plants Special for Saturday At 20c and35c the Plant Vayrows1 835 GuJlfbrd Street and Eighth and Cumberland WANTED LADY COLLECTOR All LAST CHAI SATURDAY to bujr BOTTLES fresh from prices that are 40c Phosphate Wt ana ARRIVJ Belle Mead Best In T Almond CUPPED FosaQual CHOCOL goo STOR Post Address Letterto Notice of We hay   

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