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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - March 27, 1917, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                LOCK HAVEN EXPEESS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT LOCK TUESDAY MARCH 1917 Marine Corps is Ordered to Full and 20 More Guard Regiments Called LATTER IS PRECAUTIONARY Will be Ready to Stop Hostile Ac tivities and Keep All the Railroads CHANCES FOR ALL TO HELP The Way Is Shown How All Who Want to Serve the Govern ment May Do March preparations by the government yes terday Included calling Into Federal service a score of additional National Guard regiments for policy service In m mm if m is Likely to Lock Up All Who Are Regarded as Inimical to Nations By International News to March retary of State Lansings declaration Chat Germany had disregarded the pro visions of the Prussian treaty is eipect cd to pave the way for the internment in tliis country in ease of war of all Ger Links in Chain of New Teutonic Line Stopped Under Strain of Tireless BELGIANS ALSO DEAL BLOW mans who are regarded as inimical to Raid Trenches in Flanders and Destroy Bringing Back the nations Senate leaders today predicted that the Senate will quickly declare the Prussian treaty an not in view of the secretarys ALL FAMILY mir win ME si MBUHMI Reading Company Takes Action at a Meeting of the Officers in WAR MIGHT BOOST PRICES Her Policy of Evasion Will Met With One of Straight Representative Prohibi By International News to j March Says ClafK WOW IS manys policy ofevasion will be met Sure Of with one of straiglitforwardness on the part of the United High READy JQ QujT the tnaitaUe plans outlined to Wil Otherwise the Usual Rise of Ten Ham Bayard Hole by Berlin Republicans Offer to Withdraw Cents Monthly Will Begin Pn the First of in which it is declared that even though shonlil announce that a atafe of Svar Germany will take the position is nc of in Favor of Speaker Arouses Storm of I March 21fhough strongly1 March opposed by the the French operators will make the usual it is declared pew House by the have occupied the towns of j tlon of 50 cents a ton on all classes of is snnply a continuation of the Gerauin Democrats was declared to be assured wrfelymnteer Asked if that applied o Ger Folcmbray and south of the family nut and peaIpolicy of covert insnlt and manipulation today by Representative of man army the secretary Coucy says the official state on April Recently the State Public of possible agency to ernba rass ard one ot Bnjilies IP bv tne War Omce Jast Service Commission ratified a cut of the United 1 25 cents a ton in freight which cortame with our laws while Progress also has been made by the also go into effect about the rut Ull ITU UIII I rench north of Soissons in the neighj This will make the total In other quarters Is was Indicated Frenc that German residents might the five stalled independents upon whom the poMta of the House Randall returned to Washington De borhood of The text reads tion 75 rents a ton on that j orj jfortn of the Sommc there Tills course was movements i been no essential Between day by lao PbllafdpMa GUARD THE MIDDLE WEST ast Uis On read ing a statement issued during the day Reading By International News by Reinblican Leader offering DODGED A the Western and Middle Western and an order for the im mediate recruiting of the Marine corps to full war strength of j By International to With both tbe navy and the Marine and make certain that no person the Sommc and the Oise our artillery Coal and Iron company at a meeting March regi to retire from the race for the speaker of misconduct shall escape encmv assemblies between of officers at the Heading ments and five separate battalions of ship in favor of Speaker Clark if a bi Benay and Urvillors The information was confirmed by the National Gain will be used for nonpartisan organization j i Robert the vice presipolice duty in the Middle West under agreed be said South of the Oise we made who lists were In the ths direction of Major General Thomas was too that he was in a position tant progress in the BasseForet de hands ol iho prlrtcr am would go out according to orders received to enough of the independents Notwithstanding the difflculo he dealers In a few here would vote with the Democrats to give corps ordered up to full strengththe j of tho terrain and the spirited rej There is a possibility that war with The orders for the disposition of the the latter a majority andassore tbe ad step remaining to increase the navy personnel without action by Congress is tbe calling out of the naval It has been under stood that the militia will be needed to fill out crews for the many vessels to be but no announcement on the subject has been I Secretary Beker said no farther call upon the National Guard was In umif More than 32 regiments mta mn n aou but managed to maneuvre out of sistance the our troops it was might troops are being planned on data ftur1 ministration control ot the torpedo subCUpied Folembray Bnd La change the complexion of prices bfnished by the war department and in1 There have been indications for sev 1North Qf solssons we made pro sinning with But if nothing serfformation obtained from the agents of oral days that the Democratic leaders Captain Galllard said today upon his arrival gress north of Belgian communication ous develops the will be raised ten the federal bnrean of Last ecnls a ton for fiva start ng Monday Night Considerable excitement was Belgian detachment entered May j ated in the central part of the city German trenches near The Reading Coal and Iron early night when Patrolman i After inflicting losses on the enemy make the usual rtdactior of CAPTURED BY Beck arrested a man who was bother and hls workg detach flftv cents a ton on April MontBy International News to Ing a Second ward Patrol man Beck was summoned by the returned to the Belgian lines gomery In answer to the ques March hundred and had received satisfactory information concerning the Speaker Clark and other spokesmen ot the party have predicted tho outcome ap parently with complete Needed Four Democrats and Republicans go Into customary tencent per wsnty British and Canadian the organization fight with 214 mem stated the man insisted onwIUi some It was explained by war department officials that tbe calling out of Na tional Guard troops in three army de aggregating approximately is a purely precautionary The purpose is to guard to so his against crank activities and the machinations of plotters who are Known to have plans for attacking The ips P1 enrotui ollnrhed with tho howpvfrKot tho and iatpr taiicn to he ma yors lion March 24 b mrans of Jet offlce after promislnK to acwlc to ld flamp one our wnlcll was driven out by a There intcrmlltont iantionsding along the wishes of the he was ill Heavy March front March various ulants buildlne ships or manu Spring showers wre in vomic The War Office statement cays that plants piuming ur reminding notwithstanding the bad weather and supplies and at rvals lo the Will Keep Trains inplv hard rainstorm over the of Monastir of the drop as AMERICANS caiiscii the evacua Ernest president of the JtorKo Newton saldi That is very good It will stim ulate buying both by retailers and con And it will all go to the con of He iu a heavy against short this as it did It AMONG PRISONERS are defections from the Republican When Congressman upon bis was thp ifOUth of thp ami French By International News to March return yesterday from a vacation trip many has been asked by the state de to announced his willingness to partment whether there were any withdraw from the speakershtp race in Americans among the prisoners taken favor of Speaker provided Dem added his company would lay to Its home port by the raider jurats and Republicans could agree to as a protection just returned from her second dash the recurrence of coal running through the Atlantic it was an tests against such a both ncunced H also proposed to keep VrtoST C boa wise thing ror the consum reports from abroad said nels of Interstate commerce open and jjniuch wind and the paved Tne Germans niade hcavy and use er to lake a like lie that ttfcre Were more than 50 stich to supplement police protection wher rects received a good flushing thr statement in Other coal operators had little to say captives several attacks on captured OI1 of o tne j by the French between the Somme 1 and the Wherever they ap from Democrats and members of bis own A sinilar been necessary In order to keep down possible There will be no general mobilization Jt the state troops now called out and those still Alderman Parsons OIse wherever they ap inE At the office of Weston Alderman who has proachet a French position they were one of the independent InTbe have been orderbeen a patient at the local hospital thrown back by gunfire or counter operators two weeks an for the past two weeks owing to a not to nounced thev would erant no reduc nounced wou11 no reauc The order to increase tbe Marine nervous is In a very crlti The battle of Quentin continues corps from its present authorized cat condition and little hope Is rage with unabated The hon tionan declared it was pron maximum of to was antalned for his recovery His of the last 24 hours fighting have able his company would follow the nounced by Secretary Daniels in a Joseph of New York been with the who are push cut of the Tbe Reading al telegraphed to newspaper was called hero owtnB to his fathers ing forward taking all pro h b regarded as lhe decid whose aid in finding the men that the nature of the opera b LIVELY FIGHT III H OeLOCIIL OPIUM BILL la sought President to was dls Wlll Add Another In order to accommodate his jl fVT ltSernoCfirrlly toW Production of tons a year It A Vote on the Measue is Prom Ing factor in the coal trade in this mar iged phis After u w believed until his announcement came it had been eliminated from serious i Representative of Wlscon acknowledged leader of the Pro gressiveRepublicans in the and opposed to the He said he 1S8Ue a statement hte poslUon terested spectator for several min ntM before anyone knew he was in the Assurances of the cooperation ot j u a west the approaches to the city Secured More a bare flat of any the furniture dealnatural obstancle and with but few RACING CLUB ORGANIZED the American press generally in the er hag leased the room on Grove Here the French advance efort to recruit the navy to its full street fornvrly occupied by naturally most but the plain including Speaker i Floor Leader and Representa I lives Flood and of Virginia i and By International to said emphatically that they a brook like March House would not agree to the Mum plan nn runs a for mora lan two hoara today Dattled less lt becaroe to preTent a crepes a ln ne being The vote was promised some of them Manns attitude yin later In the oi nmt from of the Repnblicana OFFICERS ARE ELECTED e unit from inability to organize the coundea to boroughs and towni Mann said he prob all Js supplementing its recruiting service with automobile foi After New who condncts an on Bellefonte h iuw wa i their main defensive farmhouses In onfer not to miss any opportunity to get young men who de serve in U FOB FIRST DECREE MIHR Young men and boys are coming forward in encouraging All the naval training stations are well Ulled with and additional stations will have to be The congestion will be considerably State Senate Votes TJiat Mur Ttslieved by sending recruits more than 21 years old directly to training reserve Instead of keeping B DEFENSE CBONCIL mm IN METROPOLIS Compulsory Military Training For Every Male Citizen of United States Key l The object of the organliaof wr when a Judge is to be cous dvatage partoa tlon Is to promote interest in norae the only question asked is Is should have no place in the in JMe he wet or dry candidates he and whether tracK in tne eastern end or coe cn will be placed in good condition and ness for the office or whether he is It Is expected that a meet will be held learned In the is not once to expedite important public daV be fa Cll08en WIelT oa tbe westCpa derers be Sentenced to Life By International News to to Nelson and I submit to you that this Zuber track Aoirnon gystem is wrong and is not good for party spokesmen predicted that the ea our nor creditable to the re tire mrjantotlon be completed Cut Down Dead within a few hours after Congress cou A large map e tree which has with iawmakers who have forced them on shore stations for wtaicb is rule in normal younger recruIU willI be given to ships but March state when the National Defense Council will be pushed along much more senate voted today to abolish the decand state military officers went Into rapidly than in ordinary trie chair for first degree murderers in Governor Whitman and Will Be Liberal With Secretary Baker took occasion yes tfrday to confirm the Impression that government 8OOn the opened torehSP subjects resident in the and carried by a vote ot 32 to a States in the event of constitutional majority of It stood the ravages of wind and storm cur New March col for many standing in front of At ihe present time we have eleven martial colors and rapidly on We ta thu ue ing troops gave the Seventyflrst regl was dead They have been put dry by the arbi ment army an aspect of war today be utilized for ol ttelr In every Guy a former employe one of these counties there Is a conof tbe Lock taven Electric Light corn Students on Inspecting slderable number of people who are but now employed by the Elliott Twelve members of the senior class dissatisfied this Electrical of Phila waaVaaked specifically If the war now goes to the House for concur Was negotiating with tbe rence and the indications are that It Interior department for sites for Inwill be passed there with but little Universal training IK the keynote of the National Guard be officers urged the immediate passage of the bill compulsory military training for plan in Wayne male ot the Onlted All resident this district voted for tbe Purchased Ne the right of the majority to But SSS id me Immediate passage Cnarlea Derry of sluany to asristant pnrchaaing which would provide for on Monday purchased a new 1917 arbitrary opinion of one man or as is wMch only good Jam Master HarleyDavidson motorcycle the case in some counties where there with a handsome penonal   

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