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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - June 26, 1915, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                LOOK HAVEN EXPRESS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT 34TH LOCK SATURDAY JUNE TWO CENTa BIG BOTTLE Claim They Have Com pelled the Teutons to Re cross the EM BIT Til Counsel for Harry Thaw Hopes to Finish the Testi j mony on I BERLIN ADMITS REVERSES By Telegraph to the New June five ex perts and one or two more lay wit nesses to be Thaws counsel today that they lipped to close the direct testimony on Thaws sanity test on There was no session Recent Strengthening of Forts Makes the Invasion a Very Difficult TO PASS AROUND TARVIS Sweep Forwardcourt today and Thaw and his counThe Italian Commander Would Over the Frontier in Po Report sel spent the time preparing for next i weeks I Evelyn Nesbit nine years ago last sat on the roof Threaten the Right Wing of the Austrian June the mostof Madison Square Garden and saw j June crucial sector of the Dniester battle her Harry kill Stanowing to the difficulties ot mountain front in between Zurawana jford is to be called after all but steadily and grim and heavy fighting is going las a witness for the state in the Italian forces are ad There is some conflict over the ceedings going on before Justice vancing both from the east along the according to the official Hendricks and a Jury in the Supreme Fella valley and from the south The Russians claim that they havecourt to prove that Thaw is still inthrough Predil toward punished the AustroGerman forces sane and should be returned to Matwhich is the pivot of the classical and by rushing up along which every great in they have compelled This information was obtained of Austria from Italy has oc to retreat across the Berlin from Deputy Attorney General mits this but the AustrianFrank who is conducting the From which is about communication says the Teutonic atj states but Cook refused to feet high the heavy artillery of tack there is making tell the reasons for his change of the Italians is sweeping the valley North of this area and still further He that Evelyn below as far as which lies four over the frontier in the JNesuit left Chicago a day or so ago miles away in a direct The big AustroGerman advances are sweepand is in this though he does not guns also dominate the whole valley ing Whatever the outcome know He said he had sent sub of the upper Isonzo and threat if the struggle along the the poena servers to find Bussian armies have met with verses in the belief from the standpoint allies the western theatre i the only quarter which holds the pos1 with the subjects upon in The Hermann sibility of a decisive action during the the state he is still it forts have been provided with is believed Cook purposes in callthe best modern artillery of the wid The French and German claims reling Evelyn Thaw to show that up to est ative to the fighting on the western the time of the murder Thaw was Just I front are widely at Military as rational on general topics as he cbservers here believe that the French j was in New Hampshire within the have their eyes on with its ilast two years HTM GiTES OF Battle For the Control of Mexico City Increases the Horrors of Starving MEAGRE NEWS OF THE STRIFE Wires Are Down and For Days Washington Has Had No Details of June in IDES IN 111 CISE ENTERS Wedding and Death of i Alice Burnham Are De scribed to WITNESS CALLED LUNATIC Is Shout From the As Woman Tells of Finding v Of Girls June trial ot George Joseph indicted on the charge of having murdered his three wives by drowning them in a entered its second stage the Philadelphia Graduate of University of to Combat Typhus MARRIES A SHAMOKIN GIRL Recent Graduate Will Work in War Zone and Wife Will Await His Eloping to New Ralph creased yesterday in official quarters I evidence relating to the death ot Bea over the situation In Mexico with trce one of the three which the state department has been having been The last R unable to communicate by telegraph thisnnection was a fiftll for several Brief dispatches from Vera Cruz mouth who testified that the1 opened an account In the stated that the Carranza officials ot Smith with money the much chagrined at the apparent fail Judse pointed out to the was ob ure ot General Pablo Gonzalez to enter btue defendant in the name the sale of Beatrice nu an according to test the Reports that Gonzalez was engaged in an artillery duel MundTs the Zapatistas gave the first tion that the VillaZapata forces in We nowbegin the Alice Burnham Mexico City had determined to offerstory the trial al resistance to the invading Carranza to the second alleeed The flrst witness on this phase of the were secretly married on the very eve of departure to enter the Serbian Red Cross orga le war zone at noon At to board a ship heart of the struggle in she to return to her home in Philadelphia and await his army instead of today may keep Reiable information indicates that The testimony ran on to show that eneral Gonzalez himself cut the lines Though the defense from one department communicating with valley were strengthened and coordi benefit of her the Brazilian minister and deprives all plan of General the commander in seems to through the region around tears are expressed other foreign governments of infor mation concerning their diplomatic missions and married Miss j Six weeks according to the wit Smith wrote to announcing Famine conditions in Mexico City that Ms nad died ln her Data hasty She and the wedding took place in New j A brief honeymoon of little more than a day was permitted the newly married Luikart is one of three recent graduates of University of Penn factories and railroad and ad If this is the case Evelyn Nesbit threatening the right wing ot the Aus i LUC university Oi irPHTL have been worse and Smith subsequently visited him and who left today o enterTe with the mvestment by a new army m proauced bis wifes whereupon service of foreign Reel Cross progress tears are emressed that nea that the witness expressed be Phv vance the theory that the will testify that Thaw talked to her and persistent attacks week in base the topics T alongvirtually the of such with and section of the German front proves j complete rationality until within a trian army having headquarters at g as an immedi ate consequence relief frdin the pres sion of the Austrian forces massed uch suffering to foreigners will Smith had hold him a few days represented Tn Tew hours of the time he 3hot along tQe Cook also will seek to show that j White was not really responsible Though meeting with the hardest re sistance on the the initiative in the east still rests with tte Aastrojnally tor the downfall of the woman DISSATISFIED WITH Few military writers care who afterward became Thaw to hazard a guess of whatrtheir next that Harry Thaw knew and there t onlll UF A KtolAURANT move will It is argued by them j fore his incurable not sud that the situation in the west may at j den passion over the degredation of By moment become and j his was the reason for the shoot June Germany and Austria may be with the breakfast served him in a previously that he would not allow General Carranza has given the his wife to make a Smith told which New York Resided With j American government formal assur j him that he aiso was surprised when Miss wlio the daughterof ances that every effort will be made i he found the will after her Thea prominent of Shamokin by General Gozalez guard the lives said the left everythinguas oeen residingwith an aunt at the to WitnessFrom the North Twentyfifth street address for some She flrst met Luikart The next witness was dressed in at a given by the fraternity of forced to be contact with having reThere were several light touches in Penn avenue restaurant this Galicia and broken the Rusjthe days but usually they Thomas Reynolds shot and wounded sian offensive without seeking further were put in by Crossex ithe Michael and a Wining Waiter ot Manchesiwaitre3s JosePuine A humiliate her at this ISEVERAL REPORTED KILLED a real estate Cookibullet narrowlv missed Peter asked IN CONNECTICUT TORNADO I You donlt know anything about I Just as ne turned to flee two negro do you entered tho They By Telegraph to the June said the grappled with Reynolds and took the You wouldnt know dementia from nim It ls thought that reported killed and many Injured cox if you met her on the by a tornado that swept the towns of I would you i Red Clig and Grass Lake in Alberta replied the quite s county early this dam age to property is estimated at CHICAGO AUTO I DUTCH STEAMER By Telegraph to the June The and property of foreigners if his troops enter the It is that the fighting may be ca ried into the old capital by the conkhakl He was now of which he tending although the dlploj ae Medical who arrived j whose home is in Nebraska matic corps hitherto has successfrojn tae fishting line to testify that is 23 years ot He was recently ful in persuading the garrison to evacinad examined Miss Burnham for inj graduated from the Medical school of uate rather than give battle in theisurance ana tlat ne nad found her to the I be a firstclass Burrows is re Luikart and Dr Charles Stiles Reports to Red Cross headquarters yesterday say the opening of the rail turning to I of are the the mother of two Univeratty of Fnnsylvania gradu road from Piedras Negras confirms i testlfled that her daughter when young ates who are sailing in the party of the starving of civilians south of Pie1 nad suffered from an illness believed 53 doctors and 35 assistants on board to be but she never had had the steamer Themis dras Negras on every MUTILATED BODY a fit I under the direction of the Ser Lodging house keepers of Dilln Professor Michael Pupln testified to the inquiries made by They will remain In Serbia until the Smlths and referred tne Other members of FOUND BARREL th6 remain for per U I0oms one house because it had no Tne men were The couple finally took aparted Dy uje American Red Cross so clet an volunteerea Thebodvot ane body of Dutch waa m a on Broad street NEW GEORGIA By Telegraph to tho itCQ I viii aticcL night watchman early this morn mine or a torpedo in the Gulf The man waa stabbed to death 1 steamer Ceres was sunk by eithei June autoBothnia Twentyfive of her his eea VNe cut ofr The jmobiles got away to a flying start in crew were rescued The captain who was force1 lnto tn6 and tied j the first 500mile derby staged on Chilanded at a Swedish port todaysays jcagos new twomile The that he distinctly saw a submarine cars made a trial lap at S5 miles per before the Ceres was but and Many Policemen Are Called Out to Prevent Any tor 10 minutes they were going at a Disturbance of of 107 miles per By Telegraph to the Germans Return to June Belgium June two frontier was again closed Friday in regiments of militia and the dlcating a large Influx of troops from nors guards on the inauguration the says the Rotterdam corresCzars Army Inflicts Tremen ot Judge Harris as governor pondent of the Daily and the ending ot the term of John Slaton today assumed the aspect of a military Ru mors of trouble continued to be heard this morning and every precaution was taken to prevent untoward hap dous Damage Upon the MUSE IF GREAT DitGE All the saloons are closed and every By Telegraph to the June Petrograd cor respondent of tho Daily comment ing on tho fact that the Russian army has roiuauicd intact during aseven weeks retreat in says this army policeman in the city as well as many Hed June Several as inflicted tremendous losses on the special officers are on It Is 10 injured and 500 000 property having captured in tlie course learned that will leave torVir dam e is tod th cstlmated of of these operations nearly this 300 machine ijuns and CO glnla within a few but the time t of his dWarture is kept Ruthe that passed inors are in persistent circulation that Canada last It devasflanks are firm is proved by thei llThat a great antiSlaton demoDstration is the entire business section of cesses on tho Dniester and Tanaw planned for today or by those Red Seven were hurt by colrTers The military the Bnssky who protested against the executives lapsing buildings suggests that the only tiling action in the Frank j The farm nou3e of Mrg was that now mattereis to keep the enemy One rumor is to the effect that a overturned and the woman and tour large number of men recently met at children were A freight train the grave of murdered Mary Phagan was blown from the The vil and formed a secret society pledged lage o Grassy Lake was almost en BuSSIa1 aUlos m tho west are getting up It is H Rui to her tlrely in order to And favorable positions 611 wluch to make a woman went on the stand and the the arrival clety of Operator Prostrated Over West ern Maryland Which Cost Six June an error in Uie orders issued by Edgar a telegraph operator in the and Smith the bath had been graduating class from the medi prepared for Subsequent cai scnool and winner of the prize of ly water leaked through the ceiling inj40o offered for the best paper on to the a thing which medicine in the fourth year class had happened Later Smith He has received an appointment to entered the kitchen from the street the resident staff of Bellevue hospital He seemed Crossley tesjNew Yorlc datins from January and conversed for some 20 ruin As he left the kitchen he called I The party leavlng toaay on the upstealrs put the light out Themistocles will take with them a Then followed the discovery ot the quantjty ol cholera specially womans body In her prepared for the use of the American For the flrst time during the hearing Red Cross ln war rellel WQrfc Smith interrupted the proceedings by member of the party has undergone ali nil tin1 Thlc wnvnnn TC 1iincit4A T shouting This woman Is a AUSTRIANS ARE By Telegraph to the Jniie Austrian count er offensive against the Italians has lornpanys office is ascribed the i Pour new army corps have licadon collision of two near j reinforced the Austrian increas TJinrruont on the Western Maryland ing their annyto noarly railroad Thursday whensix lives I ProcacaUy every taken by were lost mid many passongers were the the early days of the campaign is now under fire from tho miin is Be did not Austrian The Austrians have escajxi but was mounted high on the mountains on the verge of as tho result which sweep every Two of these i tne New York today for Liverpool The seek to six different vaccinations to guard against typhoid typhus plague and On their arrive they will take up their duties under the direction of the minister ot the in terior of replacing medical men whose terms have expired and those who died While laboring in the war The third Penn graduate to leave for the war zone is of the dental a native of Smith Orange Free South and a British subject He will sail j were captured on Wednesday night by the daring Alpine forces of HAIL HURTS will spend three months in the dental service of the Red Crossin Since his graduation he has In the of the Phila delphia of his Thoro nuist Imvp bcon a uiixni in my ho I did not realize ihattlio orders were wrong until after trouble occurred to Hio wires and I not able to roach thu Baltimore B Telegraph to UIB clegraphcd there was wire i June lien came n inossaso from Thnnnout Thirtyfive thousand dollars damage ihat two trams hud crashed and peoplo ls ne record of a June hailstorm that i working underneath the en lad beou struck this The crops were cut in Joseph Bricks sawmill Bloom was almost frimtic while lie down and the streets were covered at was Instantly killed Boilers BlowUp Jnne told his It i3 ho conwltn hailstones to a ot four eluded when the boiler A heavy bolt was driven through the floor and crashed through Morrisons f   

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