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   Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - January 22, 1919, Lebanon, Pennsylvania                                jflji JfefW foe fwtj Ton fleff Newspaper Receives the fufl Service of the Suited Press VS j 46th Kvenini SuBflaf Single Two Cohts 15 WEDNESDAY JAHtJAltlf Btitersd w At Post Office at txbftnon Stricter Immigration Laws to Pacify Restless Wol If 10 I AOTMIfHT NIGHT WAR BABIES WHO MUST BE INTRO DUCED TO THEIR 1 Police Guard Every Highway and Rail road Leading Into Chicago In Effort To Capture Them ESCAPE WAS THE MOST DARING ON RECORD Special to NCWB By United With flifles and ready tP shoot to Chicago police today every Ihlghrwiay and railroad leading Into Chicago In an effort to capture some of the 26 prisoners who escaped last night from the Rook Most of the prisoners were known desperate many ol theif being paroled convicts from JoHet and other state prisons sent to Rock Island to work In munitions It Is known some are arm The said to have been one erf the most daring on was made shortly aOter seven oclock Jast by the aM of a wooden key wihlch led out by one of men ION THE FIGHT AGAINSTTAXON ALL THE NEW DEPARTMENT HEADSQUALIFY Special to News by United frnanagera and patrons won thcrtr fight against the 20 per cent Itax on amueements in the new taxa tion They rescinded their ac tion of the Senates 20 per cent rate Und went back to the Houses rate nf 10 per This actiiam was taken following a protest from all over the Theatre managers held that enforcement of the 20per cent tax was Ifkely to be ptromigly resented Iby theatre eoittg public and would result per Ihaps in a diminution instead of an increase the EXPOOTM8 SHOW AOF83MfflONS Special to News By United spite of drastic export regulations due to the the total exports ifor tse United States in 1918 showed a decrease uf only as compared Total exports for the ar were the Pe ot Commerce announced Exports for the year were a gain of yer the previous TONS AR ZONE NOW OFF Special to News By Untlod IYed eric Rasmussen of State College this morning sworn in as secretarj of agrtculture by Cyrus Woods secretary of the H immediately took charge of his of flee In Which a large number a changes will Highway Com inissioner Ixuts of Garllirlc sworn in last arrange his board this and too charge of the All o Governor Sprouls department head so far as named have been sworn ii and the list Includes John Fish banking Cyrus secre tary of the commonwealth attorney and Pliilar secretary to tihe Emma Mary Loeffler is a war having been born Decem ber while her father was at Camp he is still He left to take up service for his with other on July 24 of last The whose photograph is also herewith and who before her marriage was Miss Annie Elizabeth resides at 363 Hanover Private before he left the city for military I was employed as a cutter at the plant of the Frackville Manufac turing at Ninth and Scull The couple were married last to Nftwa by United i tlpns as to routes of vessles traveling ittirough the erstwhile way some Jave been with tihe excop fa that ships proceeding tha bay of Biscay or channel ports must obtain Instructions from ilie district supervisor nawl trans jiortattpn icw firora colleotorB of the War Trade Board pounced Supreme War Council Has Decided to Send to Poland Special to by United July Supreme War uuaoU hftB decided to send a inie Kion to PoJaud representing the ed Wd It WHe announjoed to toy of pro grwu wtU be at this FOR TROOPS IS ANNOUNCED Bpeolal to Nears United PrewU 22 Assignment to early convoy was announced by the War Department today with re spect to the following organizations 90th and aero squadrons 30th company transportation corps first and second casiial company transportation corps and the foHow Img replacement and salvage com panies of the battalion 377 380 and 381 304th battalion with the 337 replacement and salvage companies casual companies B and October automatic replace ment draft 303 center com pany cement miil companies g 4 and 6 quartermaster casual company 3 17th and 8th balloon companies 109th Held signal bat talion 464 pontoon train 407 tele graph battalion 58th regiment coast less third battalion and hospital White HwwfStorted Its Spring Housecleaning Special to News Wy White House is leading the nation in spring In addition to clean ing every nook and much white paint will be used before the Wilsons Several rooms and corridors are being Haitian and Porto Rican Coffee Removed From the Export Conservation List Appears on the First Page of the Daily News Today HOW DO YOU LIKE IT Number of Other Pictures and Will Appear At Intervals IMMIGRATION UWS MUST NOW BE VERY STRICT The JtfEWiS today presents firat photograph of a war baby and its in accordance wdtvi an made White 8 considerable number of war babies pictures have been presented for pub lication In tihe iNEiWS War gal there was eome delay In cuts now there will be pictures of war bablea and their anotiiers appearing to this newspaper every other day or Those who have not yet presented the photographs should do so the Cumber1 street has taken a number of photographs of mother and wftr and they are being finished as rapidly hie best care and attention wJU The NBjWS mafees no for BY United Press Staff Correspondent Copyright tidal wave o restless humanity Will sweep across the woill like the Invasions o Huns ami Goths in the middle ages unless the peace con gross exercises foresight in handling tihe vital prob lain ot An Industrial and social calamity can be averted only by satisfying the land bumger and elevat ing their social This was the view expressed to day by the American commission which has been investigating condi tions in European The worl dls was the way Frederick commis sioner of immigration for the port of New summed up the situa For many years he eat at Americas Ellis and wajtched the Incominig human He Just returned to Paris from soutlh Contlnued on Pfige CONSTABLES WERESHOTDEAD to News By United Trade announced to4fty Haitian asdpprto Rlcan coffee are from tfee export ttei 1W ruling is January t Speolal to Sy United awth ties aa4 constabulary today were vesttgating the murder of two stables whn wene sfaot Tipperary yesterday while guarding a cart of Ttoe murders aire alleged to have been coniwtfied Julius Patschke to Undergo Operation Julius for some years pnst engaged a watchman at one of the gates at the American Iron and Steel plant of the Bethlehem Steel is again a pathnt nt the Good Samaritan He underwent an operation about seven months but since then has been in an unsatisfactory and will undergo another operation In a day or in the hope of soon rim R a complete return to His many friends wish him a speedy re Miss Elizabeth Millard To Become a Nurse Miltw Elizabeth of 434 North Tenth loft this morn ing for NBW where she will 3nter Lhe Lukes hospital to take rain Jog as a Judge Confirmed Sale of SchuylerProperty In open court this Judge ilenry confirmed the retSsPlaf an order for the private sale of the rohidenee of the late John Schul on Walnut The to Walter Moyer for Harry Helms Able To Leave the Hospital Harry of South llth is home from the where she was operated on Tor ton and Is reported to be Estate of the Late Miss Catherine Foltz Bequeathed to Friend The will of the lato Miss Catherine of probated or Tuesday In the office of Register of Wills at the count gives the entire estate with the exception of two minor bequests to her friend of that The only exceptions are special be quests of five dollars each to Ging rWhs Meeting House and the He formed The estate consists of 450 in persona property and In real RICHARD REINOEHL HONORABLYDISCHARGED Richard of 133 South Ninth arrived home yester having been honorably discharg ed Crom the service at Camp DU He was over thera about 8 mouths and was sent home because of Ill Men Laid Off At the Bethlehem Mill Will Be Paid on Saturday Announcement was made from the local headquarters of the Bethlehem Steal Company this that the puddle mill men Who were laid off early this will foe paid on Saturday with the rest of the em at the regular time and Announcements to the con trary came from some source by WHAT STEVENSON SAYS OF HENRY FORDS PEACE EXPEDITION Special to By United Will Be ThreeStory Building and Times Larger Than the Plants of the Firm in This City WHEN COMPLETED NO LESS TEL 300 HANDS WILLBEEMPLdl Jnnson the uptodate ind hustling manufacturers of w who operate factories In his city and have ust given a most substantial manl estation of their ahldlng conlldenco n the future of and1 In he coming prosperity of the United States at by purchasing ot a plot of ground for another s In which will bely times as large as the combine lories now In operation here The transfer of the arranged for in this city by t Continued on Page INTERNATIONAL BANKING HOUSES URGED BY LONG Special to Nows By UolUfl Now nvmt of foreign trade par ticularly International bonking by waa urged to day by Third Assletamt Secretary of State before the American Manufacturers and Exporters asso To successfully attend to an ex lhe fchero be bank ing Branch houses of Anrerlcan bonks abroad have been few and Cur declared that the State De partment has a very sincere and wholesome desire to encourage and stimulate foreign tradeand in pursuance of its Itapplies every legitimate means to accomplish Its Canada Will Spend on New Work Coming Year Special to News By United Arthur iMtnistier of tine pmtterior aninoiunced at the board of tmde hanlquet here tajst night tihaA DiomJnion of Canada would spend on reconstruction on new and on public worka during the Threatening Letters Were Followed By Anarchistic Bombs ejrtadlog here thrw to f nlly house troro be4s aa4 bjoke in fhe by with blackened who Smoke DONS or DONE WANTED itioiu good pay a lords famous peace expedition the Fall o to get the boys oat of the trenches by Cbrisitmas was imjp4red by Qwwftn Pacifist ln Stevenson today to Sewrte Coaipjlttee inves tigating STOW ART TBP0RS That Wpgieyfuj oj FOSS QU AUTY CHOCOLATES WASSTCONlf EFFICIEl By WEBB American Headqua t llvans recent H crimination against Nati has aroused mi sion among the the anrny of The general opinion ftM that Galllvans the result of officers pointed out eral Pershing ruthlessf ing with inefficiency and tence that he relieved an including a big pej or regulars regardless of pol whenever it they were Each of was it was dent reasons shown for eve from HARBINGJERSW SPI ON HAR1 FARM AT Harbingers of an early the form of robins are r Edward the member of the Lebanon c nVissioner Cos Hartman reports having than fifteen robins ou his GOOD WILL ENGINE AND HOSE CHEMICAL AUTO PATROL WAl Members of the Qood Will Fire of were de lighted beyond measure on Tuesday when they received the handsome new auto chemical and hose wagon ordered some months ago from the Hahn Manufacturing pany at The flremea were filled with as they had waited most patiently for the appar ratus a long The exegencies of war prevented the flaiebing of the machine and for a Jong time the conservation regulations prevented itbe manufacturing com pany froin securing the It la a beautiful piece of fire fight ing is fully equipped aftd s In every It wsj out for demonstration pur poses during the evening great speed over the the It is the pujrnose of laddies to BOOR add 9 tract fine Silahy steam engine part of its present when this arrives Myersto one of the best equipped the state so far as fire as tfee Jey8t about two yews ago graves auto engiHe IB Qood WW In44tes ha of thejr proposed delivery at one papy found U Thp are to flgM fires many here Plrrt NOTICE There will tie an open in the tcr tas sf v4 tm nivM witto madman Jt le new tft TOMl to   

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