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   New Castle News (Newspaper) - January 23, 1914, New Castle, Pennsylvania                                Telephone Tonr Newt Iterit tr New Cutle. Nsw.7 Ntwipipor. NEW CASTLE NEWS VfLUME XXXIV-NO. 138. NEW CASTLE, PA., FRIDAY, JANUARY '23, PAGES. Weather Kain and warmer tonight: SatuiJuy nilii or snow and colder. TWO CENTS A COPY. HI. S. V. Ready to Build to Beaver Falls PLANS OF NEW LJNE IS READY Wampum, Chewton, West Pittsburg, Hazel Dell and Ellwood City Will Be Connected With New Castle and Rich Suburban Territory Op- .ened to Retail from South Will jf Converge at Chewton According to Plans jfV Adopted. ______________ AWAIT ONLY PERMISSION OF THE STATE COMMISSION Big Corporation Which Now Practically Controls Trolley Situation in Five Counties of Pennsyl- vania and Ohio is Back of Project and Long- Cherished Dream of New Castle Business Men Will Be Falls and New Cas- tle Terminals. CLASSY SKATING Positive assurance was given The E. tracks. After reaching New Castle News this morning by President T. Junction the company has a ront( P. Stevens of the Mahoning Slien- ango Valley Railway and Light com- pany that actual construction work on the trolley line to conned New Castle, Wampum, West Piltahurg. Ellwood City and Beaver Fullt" will be started jiiHt as soon, as favorable action is taken on the plans which have already been presented to tiie state commission. It was also stated thai in addition llie route been surveyed, lie right of way has already been Hired. To New Custlo Jet. and Ohcwlon. which will give something like a t j per cent, grade lo Ellwood City, Mr. Stevens stated this morning. I New Tcvi'iliwy li> Develop. Territory in the vicinity of West Pittsburg, Chewton, Wampum and i ,Iillwood is ready for slre.pt car devcl-j iopmeut, said President and the company will place a line in that section as soon as permission is granted to procep.d by tbo state. The New Castle and Beaver Falls cars will make the circuit bet the two cities, these two towns being; tbo terminal points as far as opera- Washington Fight To Put Is Dazed By j Allegheny Japs' Move; County Dry Military Experts Believe Gun Fired in Battle Mikado's Govern- j Against Saloon Inter- ment Seeks to Force Quarrel ests of Pitts- burg I jGEN. WOOD SAYS WE'RE UNPREPARED WANTING ALL LICENSES REFUSED Could Not Repel Force Remonstrances Will Be Circulated in Every Corner of The County Once Landed Fleet Pacific Weak- ened (InU'Miulional News Service i Pa., .lail. Mln- WASIIlNCiTOX. Jan. union C.realor PiHsbuig. us temperance committee, la planning the greatest fight in its bJa- tory against the saloons of Allegheny by the two announcements of the policy which followed each .'oilier at intervals of only twenty-four county and llie approaching license hours. oiTlcial Washington loday! court will be the scene of battle. Last ,i night after the service at llie bunday awaited with intense interest the iu Uellefield, the initial gua next move in the diplomatic game tilxHi when representatives of the the -Mikado and this people's societies of all religl- (ous denominations tnet the Rev. Dr. i While Present Wi.son and of Slate Hryau profess to believe tbu o[ campaign out- that the annoiiiicemeiits of yesterday j lined, and the day before are mere state-! Petitions asking the court to refuse It la Hie plan or the Mahoniug audition of tlin can; are concerned. The! Shenaugo Valley company to leuvjicurs will hn run up linn the heart of the city traction lines at Moravia the city connecting at Mill and Wash- street and Gardner avenue or in Unit vicinity, and follow the lines of tho D. O. railroad to Xuw Castle .1 unc- tion, then from Now Casllc Jnuction the K. O. route will be followed to Chewlon. Chewton will then be mado chewlou, West Pittsburg and a Junction on tho mam route Horn IltermediatB develop- New Caste lo Beaver the main b J, LQ f J Ulat line crossing to Wampum at this Pittsburg and Wamp-n iuEton street with cars tor Ohio! points. Will Connect 1'fjh. and Wlimpum., Rob Train Conference iBig Change i And Escape On Viaduct On Pennsy i ments of the trend of Japan's policy, uuok corner o( 'diplomats in Washington make persons over Ine age '.siu-ret of llie fact Hint they consider; 2.1 will bo allowed to sign Uie petitions ;the iironuncianienti lo be direct slapsjwhicli will set forth tho desirability, n.i. imrprl snips which in0Urom tho signers'viewpoint, oi making .it the United Mates wniin "1CI lho couuly allj city ln addition jJapanese intend to make the basis of Uljs o[ "blanket" sort i further and more hostile action there will be hundreds of reinoustrau- jagainst this government. lues presented Lo the court, j Start ina a Controversy. with a street car line touching the Michigan Central Passengers territory between New Castle, Warn-] place, and a branch line extending lo Ellwood City and Hazel Dell practi- cally along the same route as follow- ed by the B. O. to lliose places. The line to Beaver Falls will vx- tend down the Wampum side of the river after tho crossing has been made from Cbewtou to Wampum. Hig Corporation Hacking Lfuc. So many previous announcements of trolley projects have becu mad" which would have for their aim the connection of llcaver Falls anil and have been making effort for many years to be connected to New Castle by trolley as it has been that connection with this city by a good interurbau line will mean rapid de- velopment of that community. A'o New Street Franchises. In order lo erect the new line tlie railway company will not be com- pelled to secure any franchise 111 the city it is understood, as llie Mill street franchises Relieved of Cash While Train Speeds On. Engine Crew Ignorant of Rob- bery While Four Des- peradoes Work. (International News Service.) MARSHALL. Mich.. Jan. 23.- Michigan Central passenger train No. Railroad, County and City Of- Persistent Rumor That Divis-itPVlin The fact that Huron Maklno'a ut- CiUU'oriUii ccs Some of these remonstrances also will be of. tbo "blanket" variety per- of f icials Holding Meet- ing Today. Reprcscntalives from the different railroads interested in tho Gardner avenue viaduct arc meeting with (he county commissioners, the city coun- cil and traction company officials at city hall today iu an effort to nrrhi- at somo definite understanding as lo the portion which each shall pay. A conference was held this forenoon at which very little was accomplished ion Superintendent Robert- son Will Be Transferred. jalien land law mid the Mexican tion, severely censure the States for lack of definite some ot llie boroughs. Specific fights will be made against the graut- iction a 'u a" cases of new Ass't T'ainmaster Murphy and Division Operator Haurahan May Go Elsewhere. further than a discussion of the pro- a Castle that New Castle people havo Gardner tako tlio cars' to the vicinity ot'- west- bound for Chicago, 'position. justing is being sort of given up hope ol sncli a Jine nnlerinn the city, but the annouu avenue winch tlie robbed by tour men early this morn- Persistent rumors are afloat In Ibis ftice has inaugnr- ck.son the poli'ciHs "r yesterday made this government which are intend-! ot the commit- oil In inflame tiie Japanese people I and tn urge Uiem lo demand some wage war in earnest against the saloous iu this county. Several meet- ings have been held by the temperance and the discussion has been drastic action against the States. Thus the mikado's govern-' mcnt will have a definite and specific cause for demanding the retraction iinulini: the retraction ian legislation and We have the support of. company will have a private right between Jackson and Parma. mi.nl niade today bv President Stcv- way lo to Nclv Castle Two of llie robbers covered UK; that n line will c com-1 tion' "r tt suc" Ul'U brakeman and porters pleler The corporation not "e "scd- I with revolvers while the other two represents Is part of one of the Another Intension Planned. went through the sleepers, taking rfl street railway corporations in I lie] It is also understood that the money and valuables of the pas- ptintry, one which has done is planning an extension of tiielseugers. The four worked with city among employes of the K. A. Mexico.Twill, >'tir-v denomialiou ami tho division of llie Pennsylvania railroad ian of an conlc.r. ,or tta .granting of any liquor licenses what- Ui-yan Surprised. j soever will bo ono of the greatest 1 of the division No changes have, bc.cn j Secretary llryan said today that movements of its kind in the history 'm-uio vpr thp rnmnrs -irp statement concorniiur of the war against the liiiuor evil. The I made as jet, and the rumors .ire. not, came a surpl.Isp to nim lvill ]lo by jvprificd, but they rcluso. to subside. he said that be bad bppn -hers of the Hpworth league Wbp.n Siiperintendcnt B. advance of Huron the, Methodist churches: the p.-son of the Pennsylvania was called speech on the alien i (Continued on Pag-e itibburg. Of llie lights morning aud asked rcBarding law nKlUf.ri but President Wil- Ibis adevnoon. H IK exprclud bi.'lore the conference adjourns sonie- Iliing in the way of a contract uill be agreed upon. The railroads inleresu-J an- ibe Piltsburg and Lake Krie, Baltimore! and Ohio, the ICric and the Rochester and that some changes are lo occur in supremacy of the Pacific, the near future in some of the offices! [coach. The robbers boarded tho day care of the greater part of the ox- arc to lie transferred, one rumor IIP- tlie prespnt time is practically pnwpr !coach at Jackson and after the train ppnso accruing from the damage to ins that _ Assistant Trainma_stnr_An- from ot his property. The steps to his already been placed on file at 'Har- risburg and the matter has been tak- p.n up with the commission to secure A nu.olillg of tlle Telephone' was well out of that city made their property. the necessary permissioni to go ahead. win be at tx-. way back to the sleepers. They County Allornpy 1 Will fbo companv start v.ork ilere a nieeting ly went about their business, wa. :ng William JIcElwpp is rcprospnting the the construclion during the ot the various plant chiefs being held until tho Pullman conductor, bral'e- tonntv; City Solicitor .lames A. CJarrt- .snmnier. Mr. htevens was asiiod. this afternoon. Plant Chief Mr.: men and the porters wero in ono ner the city, while the different rail- my goodness yes, wo expecli will evening as car. Then two of them backp.d tlu> roads nil have attorneys present. It is lo get work started nisf as soon a'i H.in H o c. crew along the drawing room very important Mint a definite agroi- possible after the state acts traffic superintendent. 'and informed them if thoy'mad" ro input bn reached today in order thai gives us permission to proceed, hn replied. Tivo Route (o Two routes have been laid out by which the company can reach" N'ew Castle Junction from the city lines already in service, starting from ilia difficulty appp-.i id CITY COUNCIL TO Tne trainmen aised arrus being Lho The !lhat same railroad gossip has It Ifnrnia and F. Kron. who was formerly two spe 'in Mils division, but who is now on nmy form the oppninir shots of .1 con- .New Cnstle city council has for-1 Sleeping passengers were vicinity of Moravia si reef and Oard- mulated a list 01 city demands in h that nori ner avenue. One will take. Ibe .racks, llemoni. ot the electric light (Vjntro- am] lo the' over the brow of the hill while vcrsy which will be presented to of-, (Continued on other will run the line more along ficials of the New Castle Electric the level of the n. ft. O. and P. L.! company, probably today. progress Marks HistoryOfY.W.CA. it 11II L lit: 111 11 IIKLII-- rip IIII-IIL in. i IM m n i miri.i i n ui -i- i i nn i a i 1 I i -i vim i-n f resistance there would be no trouble, the plans may be oompleicd and Iranslprrpd tn another division of thp curing PM use f _, snn companv lines. This rumor is given laralion of hostililips. Tim Trainmen Overawed. start, u .is soo nas possiiiK.. crodpncc it is fparpilhcn.. may lie in Get For Injuries for a der-l unarmed I them there while the bandits went through the train. .I.U'AVS IHC. NAVAL IMiOOR.UI. the Ciil-! TOKIO. ,lan. Jo. Domaiuls by the Mexican problems andjmarh.e miuisiry of Slau.uOu.OOu for ches of llaron Makino he foiii-tniciion oi iwohv new dread- [CONCLUDE SERIES THIS EVENING jtlic .Marietta division is to be returned test I ,lo the E. A. and placed in u res- clfic. iblo position. :____ HAVING TROUBLE OVER A NOTE nlm is 10 rule (lie naughts were madn to the imperial dipt lodny. sharp debate the appropriation was cut to Traction Co. Must Pay That Amount to Mr. and Mrs. Reddington. Rev. McQuilkin will conclude, bis I stay In N'c.w Castle this evening, ller having assisted Dr. It. L. Lanuing of the Ii'irst U. P. church in the ievanselistic services of the week. I As Dr. McQuilkin is pastor of the I 'largest church of llie United Presby- iterian denomination, aud as he is "Carded by tie jury 'instrumental in bringing one him- tlK l'a30 of lv Y.M.C. A. Membership Boosted To Over Damages for plaintiffs in tho sum The case of W. II. Curriu against W. 0. McCartney and A. L. MrUlwain was taken up [or trial before Judge i Porter this morning. The parties reside in Perry township land the case grows out of a rule to 'open a judgment for obtained i Casilu liu-d up lo its rppula- to win tlip championship 01 tho cam- :by the plainlilf againt-t the defend- lion of doing Ihings on a bis scale. jtllhough Ihc You us Woman's Chris- work lo aid in its organization. In re- 'lin-jj his own church year- dington and Catherine Ueddingto tion association of the city was or- spouse to this request, the committee 'it c wlly nc is to againsi the Mahoniug and Sbena.ig., nrirkod U M. of services so ant. The judgment is based on a noip given at a public sale for a horse and other purchases. It is alleged that the i horse was not as i-pprpspnipd :nid that a blaxc of nitm. HIP membership of V. M. C. A., ended in ,.sponall pvp.ry worki'r the early history of this thriving In-, At tho ciose of ,ln by stltiition probably has been forgotten Mrs. Asher tn women only in the cessfiilly. Last evening he spoke CUSP.S." Tonight he will speak on .whereas it was udvcrlkod at the sale int'TOM, rtiu. various teams having worked in- ed when a car in which slip, was ing was derailed on West Wash in g- notes were not to bear interest. by many who arc not actively engaged Coliseum. October 18. the need and a street and Mr. Reddlngton for in Its work, and just at this lime. In of the orgnnizntlon of a Young Wo- i vlew'of tho approaching campaign lire- men's Christian association was pre- ceding tho occupancy of Ihc new home by Mrs. C.utcs, and on motion, u. of tlie association, something of thai, temporary nrsniilznllon was formed hlfllory may be of Inlercst. the fallowing otficc.rs were, chosen: In October of 1D07, during the ovnn- Ohalrman. Miss Carrie L. .leffcry: sc- ircllsllc campaign conducted by Dr. cretnry, Mrs. T. A. Klines; treasurer, J. Wilbur Chapman, Ihc lime for llie Mrs. 1. (irllflth. ganlzulion of a Young Women's The following committees wore ap- Wlsllan nasoclullon seeuipd ripe. Two 'pointed: our public spirited women, Miss On May II. White, hirgi! audience Is expected to greet him. Miss Thomas and doctor's bills and loss of his wife's services. The jury gave Redding- Samuel Lewis to" "I3 will sing at Mils evening's services. All are welcome Services start at llie The case of John H. Corban .ehlgh Portland Cp.uient B. White and MrH. 1. II. (IrllTllli, Mrs. 10. A. Donnfin, Mrs. who bad long felt the need of such an ner. M. I.poh- DEATH RECORD. company was npxt taken up before Judge Holt. This is an action in which Corban is suing for for Injuries sustained while In UK employ of llie company. THE WEATHER i- m'lcr t-lioor jiriH'lcil ihL- rc- luanis of all divisions. oi Division "V" as Thoniiis Davios anti his '-Peorlpss" dashed undor llio Hue in first place for i tin and for ihe LMUirc cpssantly riinrsday lo make the havinS sucllred llieill. sired membership of l.iluu an assur-! yesterday and during I'd fact. As Mir result of thi: cnor-jllii! campaign. "Hill" Wood and his gelic work of tin: tcan was reported for tlu s o ms a of Hudson car was right bel.iad, cop- he day. bringing second lor the day with V i oiem- grand total for the campaign up organization, held u cniiHiillallon In To pomlnato board of juvenur. Mrs. rJIUl'ni-'tlmt he was engaged In sweeping off a platform. Above it was another Onion .platform on which 11 chain was ly- ing. Thp machinery Jarred off HIP Ohflcrviitlon .-i.utlon of thu At n. pi.; HP In the i lift Claims Allnnlii, vli-iir DulltA Bnr Tbo Haw Castle Hewi. new members of ibp assot-ia- ;M. Since llu: report was given other mcmlu'i-Hlilps tun avenue. Inrmit I'JIM! regnrcl to Ibn mailer, and as a result Charles Johnson. Mrs. .1. K. lieilly, visited Mrs. William Asher, one of Ihc Mrs. Charles Orecr. Mrs. Siiniuill I'erry, Ohiipmnn to secure her asslst- ance. Accordingly, It was decided to Miss Anna Hplle Slewarl. tho meeting 220 recorded auk the torrltornl committee of lhejlliclr nniniis an wllllnn to tmpporl the VoimK Womon's Christian nflxoi'ldtlon .work. This numlfcr InprpRsed w Mud MHUf one familiar wish lot J Mrs. Wllllniii MIMIIW Sharon, c aln which fell and struck him on HiihlNird Mnltnon, the back, Injiiring his spine HO bad- III. 'ly that he ban fiince suffered grpul- Mrs. Mercer ly. It la clalmod lhal Ihero should roiinty. have been guiirdR on the nldo of the N. 'll. WmdilnRton tn nrovont tho chain from Kliln. Uulllng off. rlllfilini'itl. lirnvi-r, (.-Idiidy Hew CMtlt, 'clondy al ihu I'uniplnR LIPU-. 1'ri'i- :s last night, six have bcpn I't'c 28 grand lotal for tho campaign to I.Sii.'i. I With Mii'sc new iiH'iulii'i's, tin- as- sociation can now honsl of a nirinlu'r- ishlp of bciwiM'ii i......i and Is the largi'sl of any city of ilhp same iu ihp slain mid conn- bershijis and second for tho six days with in." The Ford had to be with third place in I.IIP men with a total of Kil for ihp six days. The .liiokson. piloted by nr. K. I1. Nor- ris, had bpon hanging about first place pretty consistently for tho on- llrp campaign, but had lo bo con- tent wiib fourth plaai with a total of monlhprpllips. (Iris Tliinl of Niinibcr. DMsioii "C" provpil Ibn sensallon Now voi-li. pi. cli'inlv.. :m Oliinlill, lit. cloudy t St. Linilv. drill Hit. I'uiil, i-liimly II l-'ranclHco. cloiiily di: LOU, wiuudv.... 3H r.n is I of this campaign and all on account the fact that Its niomhera pushed in [try. lli'irrgp Stom: and t'ivislon proM'd tin; .-mrprlsp of ihp cani- coming in last pvpnlng with j ihnlr aiitoinoblln at lop Hppnd nil Ihp miMiiliprshlps us compurpd with and hrouglit In or n little I.M I'or Its nearest compelItor, a third of tho inonihpm of vision "II." which socllou of thc'tho iisRoclatlon. Division "ft" workers hud buuu worklut; very hard' u Fact   

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