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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - December 4, 1917, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                LOCK HAVEN EXPRESS 3GTH LOCK TUESDAY DECEMBER PRICE TWO Lester Brady Returning to to Inspect Aeroplane Plants Renews Americas Pledge to the Cause of Democracy and Says Our Task is to Win President Wilsons j By United Press to the lock liaicn name who I uas a tuberculosis patient il th Union ilispcusarj In has IS AGAINST ANY PEACE I Wilson asked for an immediate licdara the state health department was In formed Me is now reluming to the Lnltcd where lie will inspect Ameri can aroplane The ijock Haven man referred to j spoke in pan as follows Great CrOWdS Throng Capitol tO Gentlemen of ihe Congress I addressed liou of war against in his address to Congress Thc president a IiltlUuti commission In thesis doubtless Ustcr son ut HUE ICEDTOHTrWOESi Second Annual Home Talent Production Very Hear Second War Message of the NO ADVANCE INFORMATION First Big Dramatic Situation Since the Declaration of War on ty the crowds thronged the capitol Senators and congressmen were In their offices Sight months clapped since I They have been mouths crowded with events of Immciisv and grave significance for I shall not undertake to relate all these or even u summary of ihese events The practical part ol the part we have planned in these will be laid before you in the reports of the ICxecutne I hhail discuss only our present outlook an tliuso Our objcclivos in ihe present and immense mvans of accom plishing these we shall hold always in I not go to debate Ihe causes of ihe war and the intolerable wrongs dene and planned against us by Hie sinister Masters of Germany who have long become loo and tdious lo every true American to be on I shall ask ou to consider and with very grave all our objec ard Ihe means mean to take to obtain tor Ihe purpose ol discusicu here and in thu for ami our action must move troiigly toward a definite Our Ibjcctivo of to win Hi French ing after tests thai md of this lre PATRIOTISM ISJTHE KEYNOTE NOTICE 10 REGISTHTS NOT CALLED TO SERVK Potato Growers Will Meet in Philadelphia December 6 to Sta9 Settin9 Very Organize State With Chorus in Army and Navy December should be termed potatoj THE MUSIC OF A HIGH ORDER December should be termed potato 1 declares the food department of th j Public Pennsylvania Was Standjng on Stump When Rcsfing Against Abdo Was Committee of Must Keep in Touch With Exem lion Board So Questionaircs for other particularly canned Can be Mailed to i bls Pennsylvania f Sheriff William chairman 1Otatocs au Me Keep ence Beauti fill Patriotic of Ihe Clinton Couiity Exemption and shall not n Ions before the hour set for the pros the support of our bat continue in thai direction until it is won Dili Idem to appear before and is worth while to ask answer questions as to when we shall consider LARGE HOLE TORN IN SIDE crals ollicc whkh k of lhl neutral and allied the vMr to ha won portoiice lo all caccrly awaited tho presidents sec Our present and lajt i lo wiu Ihe war ami will I Was Brought to Hospital C cVlci turn aside Irom it until it is Every and i very The second annual appearance ol mashed hash brown potatoes a ot Garden UK this KoutlertuI vegetable mcat an not yet ond war No advance information was per clals outside the white No advance copies had been avail able for the press and none until president began hit J f l resource we our supply of are being and win milted to reach congressmen or offl continue ic be devoted lo this purpose until is uiio iteurv to bring pac about purpose achieved iairy thiir a viscmenls From one viewpoint it is not necessary lo brins up tlirifumlaUKnjl I do not doulii that among such are pup lio inim all about what sort of oueouie is nccratarj 1 rlifju lo realize Ihir Wilson today afldrisstd oC Ab Btop and consider I I tar criticism and cauior of thc thoughtless and i also MXmen hcjc and there flinging themselves impotentlv ami house and the calm illuomUabIp of hc htar peace who underhand neither thc nature nor way lu which ve mny attain it with uplifting and unbroken Bui I know thai of speak for th nalioii Tini m touch the licait of any of They may safe be let to Mrui Hiir hour and be forgotten JIul from a her puliil of I bnlii vtiiat it i plainly wo al Ilin tval of consider the war to bo for what pan we mean to play in settling it should bo Fuirchlnfjly We pokesnjcu for thc American people and they have i know whether their purpose is desire peace by thu overthrow of by the in sinister forces that iulerrupt ami niijcr it waul lo know hew our thought runs to Ihcirs ami whether our irtlof With Christmas only three They arc Impatient with those who dssirc peace bv any sort of com rn Ihe thc buying of gifts Is j deeply Indignant and but thev will impatint already under and as the stores j U8 lf wc do nol nlttko our afc of 1ocK Haven are carrying largo arc for In seeking to make a conquest of peace bv arms Hocks of useful and beautiful for M is experienced in making fall of lllat of of suitable alhlcoK11 us Ulc racllacc of allll Hia Said to bo ls delivered a message which will set in motion the legislative wheels o sixtyfifth congress whose task it Is to aid tho countrys military forcct toward draiuallc FEWER SIFTS WILL BE PURCHASED THIS YEAR Anoilicr accident occurrd lo a hunter Monday in tho woods of Union anil it is iii will prove faliil The victim uf is a lifUenjearold lad of liitu who wa hunting abovit lifuiii miles from that He was stand ing on a stump with the stock of ih gun resting on Ihe ground anil the inil of In barrel leaning against or right As lie rncv to iit a of chewiijj from hie poekc the gun was tin iriiiier eiicull luvlrig come in eim tael witli the The cartridge or rhamliT ionlrtiniiig shot tu i truck a bell iie was wearing anil en learlng iiuita larse iiok in the and fracturing no beleetions of though the purchases will not be of j sco hp CcrBmll a such large volume as in former for jafrM umsl f to iervc an Any peace that America makes ill nut wily be lo deliver owing to the great war and the in ireased cost of every variety of mer land of Dciglum and Northern France from the Irussim bft h of was sum moned and ascertaining lite serious nature of the ionveyed the wounded young man lo ih railroad station and placing ttiiu on Uie aerompaniid 1ini lo the liospllat In city wliere an operation wa pr foinid aUrr his It thtchamber contain ing I h shot did not and Ihe anti removed almost II beli vcd that the liver is also sligiii To Local and District Hoards IkaM cause the broadest and most extensive and eontilluoilH puli icily possible through the newspapers ind by all other means posslbl of wurning to all registrants wiio have chantd thur of abodn and ollire address to communicate im mediately with their local boards where they are registered and fur nish their present address in or der hat the Questionaires which will Listii lo he mailed on De cember will reach sncil regis trants uitiiout Hcgistrants are btund hy law to keep them selves adviid of all proceedings in respect of them and failure In do so may result in their losing the right to eaiu exemption or dischargeIlcate request news papers lo giv this warning broad nil continuous publication this lime until the process if mail ing jitMionalrcs has been accom For The Adjutant and still have Kat more potatoes agcrly anticipated other event in You can have potatoes for very meai Probably no other event in local theatres excites the same amount of Pennsylvania inlcrcst as Ule the finest on En i courage Pennsylvania potato growers certainly none is more There are other potatoes to he sure but they arc not quite so ar Patriotism is the keynote of the 1017 Pennsylvania which natural Minstrels decorations songs and iy bring a higher Do you know radiaUllg ow Glory that the present market prices on and Hie The setting for Uio r first part was unique and rep resenting a ship at with the i attired in tho uniform of Ua on an below UK cost of production That is nol Thousands of bushels oC these I an now being shipiied to the market j ill prime condition to help out thc cott of Our average consumption of pota Uics is four bushels per person Kaeh member of your household huuld cut twothirds of a bushel of lotatoes during the nionlh of Decem li ihey were used in the great lariety of ways they can be cooked i the consumption would bo a bushel per person during the month of De There is no place lo store the po i tatocN now coming into Iho market clc Sams sea grouped about the The soloists wore the unl V1 boys tn tbe trettckes Frank Gross le Of an offi Pauls The Juild of the Daughters ot consumer and from Pauls Kptscopal church will meet tu straight to the thc Parish this evening at Every is asked to he THE DEATH REPORTS SURRENDER OF ARMY STAFF TO THE BOLSHEVIKI aho must deliver the people of the lialkaim and Turkey I from the Impudent and alien domination jf the Prussian milllaiy anil om President Wilson ous in ihe as were also artistic electrical Uut the merit of thc performance was not confined to As well balanced chorus sang opening chorus of tuneful and final curtain applause was Ire e in the homes of the The j railroads need the cars totaul other ol them were put over In good and laugh followed laugh in rapid succes lailer and from the retailer to the the ba leti tllc aimcalt I role of was a big factor the He handled the Orowers 01 part wjUl materially in getting the jokes Henry a popular and well branch of the Potato Association of Kas thc nrst soloist i at the singing Just Tlie logical distribution iv iliick liandling from the car to the re j On December G potato Pennsylvania will Safftv committee headquarters In Philadelphia to organize a stall The young man is xveaker today alal while he has n chance for rtrovery the odds are asainsl The object is to plan to The TBAVELEBS SHOULD NOTE 1 NEW TBAIN ERECT NEW BUILDINGS FOR CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ASSOCIATION had reported thc surrender of the army general staff to him The message tame from iraJlIc will lind II of Clareiiei of IK w I I bury has hseii j made in the time of the ar aa architi el for the liuildinxs tlrjl Court House Offices rival of a number of are lo be cruclcd In llrookline by Thr All the offices in Ihe Court j tlallls on thc Pennsylvania Christian Kciineo Uencvoleni asscriu MEETING WAS ATTENDED BY MANY MEMBERS TIMWomans Christian Temperance tnlon held their regular Hireling at the home of Watson Treder Mmilay with a Rood nl tendance cf Much business WUA iransacled and a except those where Ihe business to he rallroal1 in lhi as wo11 ay 0 tll iianl of pcn of for thc coming year was Uald Kasle Valley pub that will be of much intresl transacted was of an urgent were closed this aflcnioon as a mark of leaped to the late Judge Harry Alvan whose funeral occurred this William Ccorgc received word of the death of her William of New on Munda afternoon at live af ter a Ions He would have been ears of age had he lived un til hecember Siever was ami submitted to I iv a Iliiffulo bospllaWltew icm bill Ihey failed tu help filsf lie wtih brought back to his home and to his malady after much ENGAGEMENT OF in a highly pleasing laise more potatoes and better pota toes next The greatest encour that can be given come ihrough consumption of if aS Strcak of Ican anl1 a pelatocs during the coming The Bacon who have considerable werc in It is almost unpatrioticto eat conned i VmmbvT pota toes and other vegetables can be taffja TIlu we the more bread and of Fox and Paul Si After exchanging a few picas with the two Eucul end Messrs Harry and John were Intro j to the Both were Iu uicTouiily funny in their and meat our boys at thc front will Whites Listen to the Knock ling of the Knitting was given PERSONAL in the regular train schedule frmil 0 elsewhere In this and to is no cliairtc In thc schedule He has an ollire of Hie PennsyUhlgh saic thai at yM made by Christian Seiom e Hoard of OireHors In that a new depart the members and all stops on he Hald Kagle Valley division an between TV lone and save Hcllefonte McUIvr lias wur of from a in nee had be as the Christian Sciemi Ilenevolcut are now r for I Intlrsl four oial prizes veru given in which of a group of buildings hlih uri In bo erected on the tweniyacrc tract a weiks visit in Philadelpliia ami New Mlsa Slaltie of Is vlslllus her M South High street Daniel who Is employed in the Welsh bakery at spent Sunday litre wilh his ami only on tho custwuid JOHN CARTER REELECTED BITNED POST COMMANDER Naomi Social at Dorman A viry picaiuut time spent at tin hcinu ol and Dor MI MI Miihday eviiilng nhvn the ami lii of Ihe Naiuiil ludgi gnlh crcd there in honor ol tho Alary C of po I tames of varioiiH Itlmis were played tniisic was Hev GUN2BERC with good OF RENOVO IS ANNOUNCED Milton a young tenor soloist i well known in local musical v Announcement of Ihe engagement of rendered I May Bu Gone for a of and Mis s Long Miss Jane as Siever was burn in Ccrmam anil came lo this country uilh his family wjien ho was nine years old He served three years in Hie Civil Lucille daughter of ami lied Cross shared honors with I ot was made Simon in the success of this nuui on November at an after Swope then contributed Uio 81 caSchy song Im All Hound Konnil ThriitiBlmul his he nt member i Thc John ilitner 1 al a regular session held on for l Monday tlecled ofliccrB for ihe ensuing year as follows Com Morris QuIuUn haa rtturuinl John Carter senior vlco home after a pleasant vis t of a t Orango Holmes Junior will her at aud Meyer nl burner Captain Norman of I Kort and i i faitl of the neon al homo of Methodist and as nn upright bergs Sol In With the Mason Dixon and ids business lie enjoyed tinesteem re eplion was most of all who knew He was Cunzbeig is one of Itcnovos The premier known in this where he was a best known and progressive young Straycr and Thomas frequent buuiiicsM ami Is wall known up to their reputation of former Margaret lltiin by one and lliric this which means thore was no let ter Lcsler Carler lucky win daughters as follows William iu laughter after Ihey made their ncrv At a late hour nxculliut ttlMl Mlla Harriet of CONSTABLE PETTINGILL ILL Pappys Wero mciiis after the Ntw Ceow of Ibis WITH IVY POISONING ojid and Alice of Ios Thc old Oray both Conducted Successful mid Love and j of N are visiting w as after Tricitds parted foi their giving cxprenHlon lo time they Receives Present From Agues of Ihls on the delfghtrJl Pctlingill is were renealcdly luneral crlees will hiheld at the hied to his home with a severe alTIle professional manner of this team late reahlBiice on Thursday afternoon uf Ivy which be con removes them from Uio ordinary aina at liailcd at while No minstrel Jacob sfcting in taking photographs of the formance in Lock Haven would t Jacob n sister o scene of the murder at that complete without the inhnitablo j K Inter officer of thu Adam few slopping off on their of this remembrance froi hands return after a stay In lndfaiiaio ut Niagara to his Hannah R Schuy and other left this afi ternoon for and from there he will go to where he willjlmiik will dlhlribiite from Ihcir Ira Joined by his viife and who Christmas Savings This hand Mill leave here tomorrow some much of which IN CHRISTMAS SAVINGS Mary of cvatigclhllc committee of JNtw York Oa tinCllnloi Trilbl Spent Thanlcciving With former shop clerk for Iho Ieiinsy al received ie is always a pleasure to hear this swcot ihhly hand The aril where her husband had been a j Kecnilling station on tenor and his selection 1 were all made in France and Ihe prominent merchant for many i Monday were Warren Mill evening added fresh laurels to irociplent plates Iho highest She was a meniber of Ihu Prtfsbylerlan aviation section corps Applej upon ton Iiifantry Byron i The closing over i From Chicago they will go to be distributed among local a call from Fiance the request Jamos At the of Detained Is by her IIKS North Figglos and one honif Is In Colo signal and James followed by a beautiful ptttrlutU and three other sisters bcsidcij Mill aviation during which rocked Adams a war represented nnd will take the southern route to j is thc of tbj Christ1 Brigadier General ami Sarah us follows Kluh signal William Norton of He San where Schuyler i mas conducted by spent tho past few weeks iit adnillfjd to the and Uiura ofjncvo who enlisted a fev aco hi will spend tho winter with her which has many spent Thanksgiving with his the former for medical treatment and j and Mary otithe signal corps will leave this Uobort Uoyd T and j wife In tlio latter for treatuieul for a sora i j for Fort Slocum N Y e i I i Coutluuud From Iafti i   

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