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Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - December 11, 1917, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania LOCK HAVEN EXPEESS SOTH LOCK TUESDAY DECEMBER PRICE TWO Violent Charges of Terrorism Made by Bolsheviki Against the FEAR OUTBURST AT MOSCOW Stronghold of the Cossacks May Be Scene of Severe Fighting Between I T Violent s ol terrorism on the of Hie Instatvs in r voli haxe occii made bv Jin to J n iiticd u The have muttiiKil ami vrpr pariri lor a bfller clrrs of Ihe of f vi in L sun i th Ai Moscow Lin lUltbrcjIl iKh 111 I iilir frolislldd of T An Ins mad10 lir ill iniii i n mounted Hi fs f il of in un I I nvijji irc juittii if illlianr lln tusuk Jmf ilanil Ml Hiir liy In I JPUTI CCC Llml I LLd J BRITISH IKE FORMAL fflK TO HOLY CIT Alleiiby Pledges Natives Free dom and Security and Places Cilv Under Order Illuminated Has Not Worked Out niciit x il In th nitl tilr fin I l maiir ol timcoal Th or r ismd u inmitli at nhlih iMrUtl Hlnminatd in r lin nut out I ciiiw d in l ilf i i Tli oel ril1 Ad ttm Id i lh i i IM and V l i i hKlil I it ie il tiuiil n I fur Ill r r ali accord i Iii IT1 iiliiii li iM Hi llr ili lH FAILED ON EEASS AND DEER BUT GOT THERE ON HOGG Men in Which Is First of the Kind the Civil a A of ii uuiar tlie liit ih rian e Iivi i I irlorined at Kl for evnluiilities aiiii had no sisnilii o lar aIm Tldivision is to lii nil Vie old ai n I will alxml IIIIH phrinu tuoniited troopwith la liiin li ufileer is Kiiorted to Inn mrndod election of from three to avail di slioild rman he broken lo a driie in viHili Amerian it i not o i hiit Iushins moiinttJ to iiis a in Hiopen eoiiniry In lour it ih ilniains Inr poll si i malt at IV Hi At Least Pennsylvanians Included in Soldiers Trans ii TIHnmisii ferred tO be iiirniullx today over WATER PIPES ARE FROZEN u New Hut is Pre Uwl xx ill In Ih sented to Cantonment By of OllMr William of nation A will then ad to no t ami II Aiii dnins ur the low III II iJ itrlstUll Ihn Dlher irii Hi lad lie ol lii ions ill mi iinlll ii d Maitl will b te III ii v mid will n of Im THREE DEATHS IN SAME H FAMILY CLOSE TOGETHER Al hiit til l s uns i in tli JiU I huv i i I IM nK White ixi ii bit Hi M mh VM i la viii v nu l of I n i ii wa ill lii IllIll ol tie v J I 01 r trIIUill I 11 IVlT d Ill iia I llarnt with inn all Ih Iill ii It iul and IT lo r d II 1 ire It Slitldil ill fi Ihl M uiiilhm fill t ifjv i lillilll I till 111 Hi Ill oi at rronl lor I n i lioni f K li r and ha Ijvt I o tluil ol t Og FATHER it I ii Hi ATTRACTS FEW PATRONS til std a Slitiii t lo I I Kallc r H l l ill Mi I in air lit li ai i o earl n in r Flcmington Church 111 KIcniiiiKioti M Imrli ill Inil annual ami tomorrow nizht in tin iioul Un liolil a kraiil from tinlil Regards It As He Declares in Annual Report To RECOMMENDS AGE PENSIONS Praises the New Immigration Containing the Literacy u II 11011 i m war i n il Wilson jn amiial itif lo Nmii K i I i ami in I In nriiilx r of labor if Ill mol labor la l tIr nun inii v Mt i f I ami P I v ol rtormel nuiv I 11 Ill Ill li li and than III IIIllllin In Ualir Vcriion and w a I a I1 1MJii Jn ujiii i Hull ami a and retllneiit con JANJA TO DELIVER ni n DEPENDENTS CHECKS 1 ri i l bonil i 11 Suila II lor ar 1 lidlfMin to i Je to u l ih Ami NO MORE AUSTRIANS ACCEPTED FOR DRAFT rItjlily tlalil In re E OF MILIIffl Investigation Will lit Made Into the Progress of Developing i i A sanliiuc iio in mUliury hitviv lion iiirltllllllg Iraln im ami IluioiiitK of urileril loiia on n pc1 of Miiiiary Atlair mill Ile lail In a fiiv Srimlor rliMilcriaiti Slilaiy of 1 olhir wiulil In I V1 wan ol situation wlilrh woulil Ilionmsiilv Illiludtni ami nave ton MioLbcr reaffii for lion lo rl pooplc to in l i r 1 l NCW MEMBER OF BOARD I I Ural h1 op COUNTY VIEWERS hi wi notilid today marshal t a an more or f r Austrian Mho In U of Ainerlcan HI No was made tu Ui te pain ol ndor liiiOf hoiild loa Uvutl i ar Id fiivorol it oiii1 than m Auric inl fair tins of col n IhKo ami said Wil all liihor ilispill s rn judicial ti an ifreiiiv of Ihe wai can promptly Mothi in Industry special In fions and alloiities r than i rinit lliitn iisd infant mortulitv ivhich follow mitil o nursilr iMollirs Ooiii their Ue lot old IIKI iisiot s for poveriinicn em land lor iind rin terciat XVilMiii oniiilnlns the Imr v unit xtcttiiiot l Kreat to Ihe Tli showed per illilriiv Total imteiKra lion a of one u menihr id thiliwid Silver Wedding Anniversary r aiil Ii li ol tbii am iv I Siinnila I i i lio in ol lill l nlrluind at Pir in honor ol In SOLOIEIS m pain FOR RIOT Johnstown Couple Married rtnirlis and Josidiin liotli of iinilil in at oVIocli by fharliv ni of Jiihn KiiKliih Lnllifiiii ilinn li I he In William lralil Left to TaVc Albeit of Alurt of who lias cum plrtd il sci in uurse ut lor Mar riibui 11if lornojit m cull I in Hi jjuicriiiiicnl and n for wolk in llt onl Thirlwn Kxccutecl At Kort Sain While Others Are Heavily i Ham San IM II n t ddi mii br uf IliiTwenty fourth Iliild Siatcu wiru h ihi rni i for in tin riolon and J vvn in So lar as is ihis of on American soil sin the began IJisidS the who were ev I MC Kiven lile slltenes til a fedctal one was xivn a M n icne of tiire wi isntenced lur uiul IU w ere Raging Northeaster Halts Relief and Stops the Work of Burial ALL LIGHTS IN THE CITY FAIL Soldiers Ordered to Bar Burning Munitions Ship Ordered A roarilic i lie iia Hi dast ih sljinr Iliad penoils Imr Imrsi tioui the imrMnaM la M iii vviiii ali ihlury fur I tin rii an d ut lii hand f odds in i Vor Ills of I u i re oiii amid rlin il wUcu ilu i ri l hiw r r ohiitd Ie hariliE ami lend to 111mllCTuIl re tiiliolis vvritortn Vhi I llthliir hrKe ilHia parliev nlni it IllliIHIs I Illi Ill d n I IH of ii in i r dri ii lo I trains all thcity ill lldSli tin r le mi nulves helpless knei not winch way to turn in the tinintijri Hi ol liniI II ill U In teili prixae hilm iinonteess a xxiicll iUputts i lalcl tni ih m a thv slottn hruiight o iiad hii lor So iliie ol hints ami I already in Ihiit i tiit tin admission of with TV n t or ii titui tiuar to slop at AmolV i he Hist t I1 hit vei Anirians verhalted af Si Jiilm of npplii s which hf had lorwiitd In vvitli i did not arrive niIn on tins r Tahiti i Ill hip fi Sun Momiax drive the Hr Ird that ar and lir iuiiy 11 1 relief iiitn by of the tv dii alti r III und llio lo re in hrs under oil xvlih a Jin irnlit is Th nl I tannr iain ixilli n firSunday iilid only ili U iind llliiKi oil of ii llai of ineii vented other i in the Ib men hoarded tlie Hiburn Mriioard and HK llaim s IK thy conUI pnad lo Th lo fej Vsirday and Mink Sevi till leiiniili ri sidenls xvere ar rested iv miitary ol the mid hen six wire Th ollicials liild it was m ilinxp d sisjnllicaneo in Occupy Crests of Slopes ot Alps Overlooking Italian I Uith Army in The and Kreuili are JunlialUiK l he Italians efforts lo imt rmanon tin il tronf Tinucjitapnicii advant is ixitli who occupy of slopes of the moxenient of Ihe Italian troops is of the Iiuve AdiiiLo fntuioii Ihrniuiii ihi enemy can bring up aminnniiiuii aiiu rapidiy and xvilh WLL TAKE EXAMINATION FOR AVIATION SERVICE Al jn of and s who has hitn th mjiioy ot the Kovernnion Camp NCA York and xviio M home ior a fcvv omlav lo la ihu ex ior etllrame tiito IhKov nt Should h tlirsid t he will d te onof tli iiniiis carnps n Vork Will Hold Missionary Misyionary so uf lac Inited Kxanselieal i luircli will hold a missionary camp rin HiSunday school room of Hi iiurli this evening at s Th cordially im itetl to attend Members ui the are io hand in talcut money at this Haigs Battlefield Report Indi cates Unusual Aerial and Artillery ENEMY SEEKS WEAK SPOT British Expect Attack That Will Be the Biggest Enemy Has Made Since I Il Ils Th I the whole iiistera liphtiiiK CJennan lerv is for an attak on i and Uritish line the Ger launch the biggest attack they have the invasion of cnia Hairs report Ihe fuel that the Ucrtuanj Hise Kint ttvvvjiist sjiol in the western In the vicinity of Searpe nid L s unusual aerial and ar tillefy actixiiv is Ijpoitd aril fccavy is Kat dl atttnpts at raiding lun been and at oilier points uuotintors xijtli patrult bodis haxe been but the eaeli lime lias been KWILL SEES Oh Time of Safe Tindali of the pure food tale by htladis of theChurch of Christ liu iKtn tiitv tvit December aftErnoon and instead of December An Independent State in Pales tine Hoped For Result of Capture of Former Resident Dies it iliiam a vill n am tllflilj ritUili ol al II ololi hi ins ill itiislns mains will ti ill homof Han Soiiil lairvlivv Ill limm Hiv will be later Lock Haven Bakers Are Turn ing Out Standard Size Loaves NO INCREASE IN THE PRICE New Combination of Flour Will Be Used As Soon As Same Can Be of along with of all in lh Kan iimlr tinnin regulations proviilm b Adminitrator and hrafir iv1l b a standard size one vvtiiili is sold at IM ii are allowed a IMI of to wlilcl1 tluii a loaf must iveish K uouni hut nilhr the atlmiii nor til eonsumer ill ohjeit if un oiinc1 or in A harse of IM a majority of I he bakers for thii while oil tluil lii will bv etslit eeiil M lo rHi ln id inot w rawed iu oild Ursc roinalnins or a and ii also iin fold at wliilr a til1 lairr ioiiliilninp tvrn iv tlin is little or IK for this and liviiet haher will nol turn lliis out as a iIii hiikll Iiv loal froli wheai been tin iaM In li rcKlllations of food administrator IfOAiUc foi a of lnr winter anil cr IMiilinni which will liava indi to inalc tltc bread ain but al the I ol Iliivtt liaUi is Intie in or drs Tor Hi jnalily of Hour lat d and as he same is re vviil tlin to tlie ntw r a fur the of loaf in increased tliu lij I Tin Zangwill today saw of a Jewish rtpuh An illlltpilidHllL state in Palus ino as the his Jo rhttishrd vitwrf may tic from tlie nrilish oeeirpatien of Jertt I would eal it tic KtpubJn oi Jtl diu or an temporarily under ihf prolee tijn of some Ktiut worhi Kng tje Uiiiitd or some other one of tlie Tins would conUnuo inly long for the new mil ion establish Most important of all the leanrcs be that the Jews feel that they had a home once more vii Umnsh many not ie able to ntnrii to that tOO 500 WOUNDED IN PORTUGAL HEVOLT rniud sue es fill iivolntloii lias 100 wjiiiidfd in tlie clashes Is and the old government acorcitny to lite latest esti INVESTIGATION ORDERED ON COAL AND SUGAR SITUATION li I1 TI investiga tion into the coal and sugar situation in the country was ordered today on nofoti of It was adopted without Miss Julia CWcy Strikes Head Against Gym Wall and Is Unable to Open Julia of liiirvluw student In thy Loek llavon HU in ihc during thw noon hour vi li oihtr liuinpcU fore lial violemly asalnst the wall nppurcaUy limiiy for she did not become un Jlifs lias siuiu boon open her despite all her efforts lo do so All were out o their iiiiieea at the alH Jjjsg Coiley was removed lo lier lioiue ami at this writiiiK Hi familj watUug tUe irrival of a
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