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Warren Evening Times (Newspaper) - March 14, 1916, Warren, Pennsylvania WARREN MERCHANTS SPRING OPENING DAYS MARCH 16 17 and 18 SPECIAL DISPLAYS OF THE LATEST FASHIONS FAIL TO SEE THEM The Times is generally recognized as Warren's Leading Daily Paper WARREN EVENING TIMES A Newspaper is judged by its Circulation Books are open CIRCULATION BEAUTIFUL PROGRESSIVE SUBSTANTIAL WARREN A B C VERIFICATION VOL SIXTEEN WARREN PA TUESDAY MARCH 14 1916 TWO CLAIM TO HAVE Carranza Military Commandant at Juarez Says That Bandit Chief Is Hemmed In Practically on All Sides AGREEMENT WITH HAS BENEFICIAL EFFECT Conditions In Northern Mexico Show Marked Improvement No Official News of the Movement of Troops El Paso March 14 General military commandante at Juarez and commander of the Carranza forces on the border declared today that has been trapped in a mountain retreat in the Guerrero district and asserted that have the elusive hemmed in on every side In the first interview granted since the Colombus raid professed that Villa be soon or killed and said he is thoroughly satisfied with the border situation since his conference with General Pershing but whether the will co-operate with the Americans he could not say as no orders have been received from disclosed the fact that his scouts have located Villa at Galena more than thirty miles south of his last previously reported position Advance Hourly El Paso Texas March News the advance of Americans into Mexico is expected here hourly today Brig General Pershing has left El Paso and has taken command of the troops on the border which will iead in the pursuit of Villa and his bandit raiders are Improved Washington March 14 President Wilson's acceptance of the Carranza reciprocal agreement in the border arrangements has had a most effect This was admitted at the war office by Acting Secretary of State Polk today after a conference with President Wilson Although no direct word has been received from Carranza agents throughout northern Mexico report that conditions show material improvement There is a general air of confidence about the Department situations is Mexicans Burn Bridge El Paso Texas March 14 The military notified that bridge on the Texas Pacific railroad at had been burned this morn ins It is estimated that there are fifteen thousand troops along the border They are armed with heavy field guns mountain and machine guns With the time for action nearing it is impossible to secure any definite information as to the size of the expedition from the military authorities ARGUMENT IN SEMI-COLON CASE FINISHED YESTERDAY Matter of Whether or Not Commissioners Are Entitled to Per Year In making his he move i-d from 51 to I cd th of a in i of of the n ies of in i cf he poor i yf the of ih con v f thr act thun into the or Iho base for in salary He in opinion of the vr i y in whin f: raft oil lull it work a a dozen in tho the an a like iu county with a tola population ot es tlinn romn p thr Under the interpretation of ho per for Uu r n I r net as ii a on o i ho in the stat where h i for the m TI be at i in so it of Knif as f in 1 ion In should be laid at its door He Hint the put this on the use of semicolon as in tho It might not bo to that is no he pnr of the in this Hum t have a court n the It has the view to remove nil the ion of act Continued on Two CONSIDERABLE PORTION OF NEXT APPROPRIATION COMING HERE State Highway Commissioner Cunningham Tells Supervisors in Convention Today The biggest feature of the annual convention of the township road supervisors of the county which is taking place today in the Court House was the speech of State Highway Commissioner R J Cunningham which was given this afternoon About seventy supervisors are in attendance but their number was augmented this afternoon by citizens of the city and county at large anxious to hear the Commissioner at the time of his first public appearance in Warren The morning's session was devoted to three addresses which were made by H N Keist the County Farm Agent H V Hazeltine of tiie Chamber of Commerce and W A Wynn of Harrisburg formerly the district suj for the Highway in Warren Mr Cunningham said in part this i I deem it a privilege to be with you today I was particularly interested in your meeting this morning It showed that the supervisors of Warren County at least are alive to the situation for better reads in Pennsylvania The Governor when he appointed me did so realizing I was neither an engineer nor a road builder The governor is one of the greatest good road enthusiasts in the state He believes it is more a business problem the conduct of the State Highway Department Good engineers are necessary but business methods of the right kind are more necessary Last fall I was requested by the Governor to attend as many meetings ot the township supervisors in the as possible I am doing so and seeking to find out close at hand what your needs are The road proposition is one of the most vital before the public today Xo longer is the public satisfied to have roads in fairly good condition for a period of seven or eight months a year They want them good twelve months in the year Pennsylvania's highway system perhaps is the most poorly laid out I t Continued ou Page Two j is TAKEN FROM I THE MORNING TRAIN BY POLICE I j Tells Story of Leaving Place With When Summoned By Wife In New York Merry a cutlery worker years old was taken from train No 42 this morning by Chief of Police Haas He is being held unI til Tidioute persons who declare they will charge him with obtaining money under false pretenses put in an left Tidioute this morning with tiie better part ot in his pockets bound for York About this morning Chief Haag received word over the telephone from Tidioute that a man had taken money and was trying to leave the place on the morning train There has been nc time to a warrant but a man had been sent along on tiie train who would point out the escaping person The Chief of Police had no difficulty in finding He had changed trains in Irvine but that was him is he was bound to Xew York would have anyway takt'ii to the police station and toid his story there He stated that he is employed by the Manicure a branch the Cutlery of which Harry Baldwin is manager He originally Xew York and n family He has been of bringing his family to On March 7 He was advanced and yesterday he was given Sufficient Force Is Now On the Border Says General Funston Lack of Cars Hinders the Movement of Troops DENIAL MADE THAT OUR TROOPS HAVE ALREADY CROSSED BORDER Practically the Entire United States Army Will Be Put at the Disposal of General Pershing for Campaign San Antonio Texas March 14 A sufficient force is now gathered at the Mexican border under the command of Brigadier General John J Pershing to begin the pursuit of Francisco Villa it was announced last night by Major General Frederick Funston The general said that only the completion of plans for backing up the expeditionary force now was needed He was however as to the time necessary to accomplish this General Funston declared reports American troops had been ordered to cross the border in pursuit of Villa were untrue Reiterating previous statements he said it would be useless to send anything but a strong well-prepared force into Mexico That the force will be a strong one was indicated by a statement of the general tnat when expedition was organized there would be only six or eight regiments other lhan those on the border left in the United States This did not take into account the troops in the Canal zone and the Philippines Outside of mentioning two or three scattered movements the general refused to give any definite idea of the size OL the expedition He said the Twenty-third infantry stationed at Galveston was expected to leave for the west that part of the First cavalry had left San Francisco for the east and would pick up the rest of the detail at San Diego and that the second squadron of the cavalry at Fort Robinson Neb had ordered to start but was being delayed by lack of rolling stock To General Pershing will be left the final disposition of the expeditionary forces Orders will be issued for the movement by General Funston at Fort Sam Houston but the hour when they will be executed will be decided bv tiie general in the field The expeditionary force into Mexico is equipped with a complete motor supply train an innovation in the United States army it was announced The motor train carrying supplies will have an important bearing on the expedition's success General Funston declares Two hundred horses also are to be purchased at once to complete the cavalry quota of mounts it became known that lack of ing stock particularly in Arizona and j Xew Mexico has hindered troop I transportation MEN WHO ARE IN COMMAND ON THE BORDER FORTS TO BE SUBJECTED TO A VERY SEVERE TEST Big Battleships Will Hurl Shells at Mobile Fortifications more with which to pay the expense j of moving ins family household goods Last night he says he sot a telegram from wife calling him to Xew York He was going as fast as he when the police took him off tho train this morning If got the money as he says he did it is doubtful ii he can ue proceeded against even if he were trying to skip the town as the cutlery firm advanced him the funds of their will The arrival of the persons interested from Tidioute may throw other light on the story however and the man is being held in the meanwhile WON'T BE A DELEGATE Washington March 14 Champ Clark will not be a delegate o the Democratic national ion at St Louis next June He that it would be impossible or him to act as a delegate as manj Missouri Democrats have suggested because the house probably would be in session at convention time Under the rules he cannot appoint an acting speaker for more than one day except in case of illness MISSIONARY WORK NEEDED Harrisburg March 14 in speaking before missionary mass here late yesterday declared that greatest missionary effort would required of the United States afte the European war is ended The governor pointed out that tho contes had aroused great antagonisms were widespread and that American should do their utmost to promote will the spirit of brotherhood among all nations Mobile Ala An tbo land recently constructed near Fort Morgan to protect the of Mobile from R sen attack will be this week by lae Arkai and York The the of kind in the country y be can led out in presence of high officials of the war and navy Is It was by of and may bearing OH fortifications legislation Ciozier T cf the army General illiam I Black of en sincere army and nav rived hero yesterday and Sherley the house on fortifications went to to witness the attack OLDEST PENSIONER DEAD Kansas City Mo March 14 Louis Merriman a negro who born when George Washington was President of the United States died it his home in Kansas Sunday Merriman was the oldest man or he United States rolls and to have thr act that he was born 121 years agr in a plantation in Virginia in STUDENTS TO TRAINED Philadelphia March 14 The of the University of ed the of students ror the of a course of trailing at the University the of the War Department About 500 students e now ready to enroll HAD REMARKABLE SUCCESS Charles Mas had remarkable in hunt ng and trapping this seisin He ha bagged 17 20 47 wens els 47 muskrats and five minks lie the animals lie as killed fot their fur he killed a of doe and bear LONG MISSING HEIR IS FOUND Keith Dalrymple Returned to Port Allegany Yesterday He Had Been Among the ingr Over Eight Years REPUTED TO BE WORTH FOUR HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS Up Just In Time to Escape Being Declared Legally Dead Found By Relative In Southern Hospital Port Allegany Pa March 14 The real Keith Dalrymple has been found The young man who disappeared from the view of his relatives and friends in his childhood and who j the legal representatives of the DalI estate have been searching i for years to hand him an estate vai lued at more than arrived in Port Allegany this morning in the company of C W Catlin one of the attorneys for the estate An immense crowd of people were at the Pennsylvania railroad station when the train from Buffalo arrived and when the young man and his atj torney appeared there was a concerted rush for the car platform where some one in the crowd shouted Here they The march to the Sartwell House was a triumphal sion arid the hotel lobby and the side i walk were packed with people to see the young man who has been the subject of so much publicity and yet who was so elusive The appearance in life of Keith Dalrymple will put an end to the proceedings to declare him legally dead have been scheduled for April G at Glean Had he not been found the big estate would have been divided among the children of Keith j dead brother who live in Hamburg N Y The story of Keith Dalrymple will be told in all sorts of ways no doubt It is impossible to definitely get the acts of the case and the reticence of and others will naturally lead to much speculation Dalrymple's story is that when he left Port Allegany eight years ago at the age of 15 he went to visit Dr and Mrs Palmer of Salome Springs Ark After staying with a while the boy took it into his head to go away and he did so without telling the Palmers anything about it He says he knocked about the country making a living at odd jobs but refuses to tell the details of activities The Palmers moved from Arkansas to Charles City Iowa and on March 1st Mrs Palmer who is a cousin i oung Dalrymple received a lettei rom Keith who was a patient in state hospital asking thai one come and get him Di aimer went to Missouri and ie young man home with him Thei he lawyers for the Dalrymple estat were notified of the existence of young man and C W Catlin of thir borough went to Buffalo and met Dr Palmer and Dalrymple Mr Catlin who knew Keith when hi was a child and up to the timo ho left Port immediately recognized him ami says there is m doubt at all that he is the real Keitl o long sought Dalrymple says i has known for some time that he wa being looked for but that he was m in any hurry to claim the fortum that awaited him Asked as to his future plans Dalrymple said he did not have any i mind The estate which consists o estate in Port Allegany am stocks bonds and other securities will be turned over to him as soon a tho legal arrangements can be made Dalrymple appears to be in soot on CIVIL WAR VETERAN SAYS THAT U S SHOULD AID THE ALLIES Believes We Should Help To Crush Prussian Militarism York Mar 1 Major Oeo Haven Putnam a Civil War veteran and prominent publisher told the mass meeting called by the American Rights in Carnegie Hall last that the United States should the Allii s and assist to Prussian militarism He president jf the committee Major made a lively attack on J liryan and also freely criticised the President -i though he declared that in the recent Congressional crisis Mr Wilson a right pent co-operation cf He In this issue the President has on the part of the contending with Berlin and With the fullest consideration however for the incl for and patriotic to save the country from the horrors of war it is out Of order for to raise tho question to express criticism at what has teamed to them to be patience vacillating in protecting American citizens in maintaining a consistent for the Republic It is a long of months President that she as to be to a strict accounts y for of American citizens but murder of American citizens on is still to be atoned for In correspondence ing the Germany has fast and lose with its pledges Its latest utterances cons un absolute violation of its earlier misos We claim the to own President to n for the maintenance cf -'.inericf.in for on the part o the slate the o iii lights of and tho of bat After reviewing 1 fVme-ricnn grievances Major time to time in the of the world a witli military A century j under back of that it was Prussia under Frederic and a century earlier Louis XIV Today it is led astray by tho of the id a world s Empire consideration of nations ideas ies or national ot be u lure osr f rivr nr to -n i in v LOCUST MANSES HE SAW YESTERDAY Identified Men Wanted In Philadelphia By Photos In Paper Is the police A white haired man carrying a knotted cane and with his back with the weight of his years iso enquired of Chief Haas this ing at the City Hall He was as Axel Swauson of Locust street and proceeded to tell the police that yesterday he sighted Samuel Greenburg and Walter wanted for the murder of Herman Kastening paymaster of the Germania Worsted Mills in Philadelphia last Friday He bore with him a copy of the Public Ledger of last Sunday bearing the photographs of the two men I saw them yesterday on Locust I street Mr Swanson said 1 knew j u was them because had seen their pictures in the paper Sunday and I could not be mistaken about the stare in the eyes of this one He pointed to the photo of Samuel i There are white spots in his eyes t continued tuo aged resident of In cust street When you see spots j like that in the eye balls yon know j a man is bail He carried some of a little broom which would pass for a sample Mr Swanson was asked why he did not inform the police at once I am an old he replied I i am years old and I did not want j to have anything to do with the men j I have come this morning to tell the police There are three men involved in the Philadelphia murder two and one gunman Michael Toori chuk one of the was tured in Philadelphia yesterday through the wit of four youths who discovered him on the street and followed him until they were able to call in the police and effect an arI rest Police in Pennsylvania have been notified to be on the lookout for the men The local police are investigating the eld man's story FATHER AND SON DIN NER SUCCESS Y M C A Banquet Hall Was Crowded to Capacity With Boys and Daddies No Room for Them All i SPEECHES OF FOUR BOYS ARE BIG FEATURES OF THE PROGRAM the of their ov obligations but in defence of the of America Continued on SINCE SUM LAMP I A WEATHER REPORT Unsettled Wednesday rain c r no WAR SUMMARY Switching their activity from the east to the northwest of Verdun the again are hammering at the of La Mort Homme and the i region of the Bois Bourrus in an to bring their line further south on the western flank of the fortress East of the Mouse and in the Woevre district there has been a noticeable let up in the bombardments on both sides The infantry everywhere on the Verdun front has been inactive In line with the bombardment of Le Mort and the Bois the Germans are assembling men in the region between Forges and the Bois des Corbeaux probably with the intention of throwing them into the fray should the intense bombardment meet with success The French artillerists however have had this assembling point under the fire of their guns Xo advantage is claimed by either side in the latest fighting around the fortress Back of the German line north of Verdun a French air squadron dropped bombs on the station at and at numerous points around Verdun French and German aviators have met in in the air with the advantage in favor of the French according to Paris At least three German aeroplanes are declared to have been brought down while others were seen by the French observers to be in In the region of Alsace the Germans essayed an attack on trendies which the French had captured but were repulsed with considerable casualties The French suns have damaged German positions north of the Aisne in Champagne and in the eastern portion of the forest of the In northwest Russia around Riga in the district and on the sector there have been violent artillery duels In Galicia of Kolki and along the middle Stripa river the Russians have beeji successful in small engagements with the Teutons In the coastal region of the Caucasus front the Russians are still driving the Turks before them Lieutenant General Jan Christian Smuts the former Defence of the of South Africa and now commander of the British against German Kast Africa has hac stiff engagement with the in the mountainous region west along the frontier Tin wore driven back was of the most character The British are en to cut off the retreat of the Germans who are withdrawing to the south Five Things Fathers and SOBS May Expect of Each Other State Secretary Tells To Those In Attendance I suppose I have attended during the past year twelve Father and Son banquets in Pennsylvania I am interested in comparing them in regard to particular points in which one excels the other This is the best 75 cent dinner for 25 cents I ever These are the best boys speeches I ever heard at a Father and Son banquet Thus did Mr A M Chesley Harrisburg Pa State Boys Work Secretary of Pennsylvania characterize the principal features of the banquet served to 125 sons and their fathers Monday evening in the Y It C A One of the other best things about the occasion it may be said was Mr after dinner speech which was the closing feature of the evening The dinner which the honor guest of the evening so sincerely praised was good It was served by the Ladies Auxiliary They gave such service as only wives and mothers can who know the foibles of their men folk Boys and daddies 250 strong enjoyed the dinner first because mother was serving it and second because it was good in itself The spirit existed that would have made anything pass for a delicious meal but there was need for no straining of either enthusiasm or courage Music of the really delightful kind was played during tike diner by the Schultz orchestra made up of High school boys Between courses there were yells for fathers and sons A program of the usual after dinner type but containing some very unusual features completed the evening For the whole E Yaeger popular Boys Work Secretary of the Warren Y M C A was responsible The speeches of four boys J Schofield Jr Eugene E S Hampson and Tarbox were the unusual features They surprised their eiders with their flow of eloquence and oratory They spoke respectively on the following four The Association and the Bov The School and the The Home and the Boy and The Church and the Coy The naturalness of their deliveries the sound thought contained in their addresses their stories all combined to make their speeches peculiarly interesting livery father in the room joined in the feeling of pride which must have been felt by the four fathers of the young men and it is certain that never before in local history have four boys of like age made the impression they did Mr K H whose rank as a toast master is well known officiated at the banquet and introduced the four boys in turn with a grist of good stories and his usual facility for happy presentations He told a fine hunch of new stories throughout and in that respect was only equalled by Mr Chesley who during the time lie held the floor also worked oil some good ones A violin duet by Hugh and Boris a vocal selection by A Schiller a song by the High Sc hoi Male consisting of Ky K nil pp Leonard Crandall Geraid Phillips and Wallace A Schuler and another delightful feature Home as rendered by the ladies rounded out the musical part of the veening Continued on Pace Three CREW OF SILIUS SAY SHIP WAS SNUK BY A TORPEDO Survivors of Wreck of Norwegian Bark Tell Story BIG SUli IS STARTED March Suit sum ii ui action in of the cases was in United States bv W A Carlisle o Ga against H Smith of It is that ir entitled to the sum hir share of proceeds of and sale of electric properties ii Georgia vou find H easier to write on a full or II or tried 1 found a desk or tab emore A of tiie crow of was in in that thr park had a ami that tbc The be Silius lie i was to the an hour after the line t he 17 of crew American vicos wiio were making their first They they cansi ti wanted se a of K of Atlantic City had by for tho h was sighted The ship was for three out of icr conse and the row had sc that they to port and had flint worrying the world So weio the men that they were inn ly which sanh the by them with the tit of vas on deck and a leg by being struck t-y a splinter ot
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