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Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - July 26, 1916, Wellsville, New York New afternoon or partly Wilh Ute Pmt to Make Progresa Tn ' t Driving Their ' the ' Turks Flee Before July ' 26.Fierce fighting Is going on between the - In Somme the men In their endeavors to press or to hold back tacka engaging In hand-to-hand are holding to the of the of from which they Oer and with their fire have repulsed there an by be in I - of the northeast portion of has prevailed on the French section of the front in the Somme In except for a violent bombardment of La northeast of Paris reports there has been no important action on the en against the Teutonic in the driving their uien across the despite the fire of the One thousand and four cannon and five machine were used the and were taken region by the admits by tiro Russians of part of General von lif Wr at points attacked tne Russian cavalry operating against Petrograd says they were everywhere Flee Before drive of the Turks in Armenia la still going with the on their the are abandoning hnd along the The have thrown their advance to within 10 of in Central the Turku unofficially to be preparing to withdraw from fortified town to a ISiT to ' report the capture by their troops of Monte in the a further advance in the Monte Chiesa and the repulse of counter attacks on trenches they had captured near and on the - SENDS to United Double the July 26. Alaskan sales to the United State's in the last fiscal year aggregated ' double the annual average since The chief feature of the according to an analysis by the bureau of foreign and was of copper to first place among Alaska's supplanting salmon times the average for the Receding years and exceeds the combined copper imports of the Unit ed from imi of salmon exports amounted tc valued at 000. Gold shipped to the United States to or 11,000,000 more the total for 1915. July 26.Dr. who was shot lafit Tuesday the The charge to first degree Harris failed to rally from the stato of coma into he lapsed Tuesday He made no statement on the according to the An autopsy bo held extra guard has placed over Dr. Atwood as a result of his display of extreme the first he lias shown since his He was not told of Dr. death last pay he would be formally charged with first murder FUND of Received by Treasury In a to the treasury for the fiscal year ending Juno 30 to making a total of 1498,763.54 returned by whose were uneasy over frauds against the ' show the returns during the past year than ever because of two unusual one of and one for was in 1811 that the first came with a saying that the writer had taken that amount from tlie gov The money was into the although actually there never has been a separate con con have been unwritten law of TRIES TO His Chest lii of Gross With -et learn the identity of en and even In cases whero the writer theft from the tho money been accepted and no. effort to Prom until 1H27 there were no Since then except for 1818. not a year has pass ed without or coming Will Share In Trust Fund Left July 2ti.TJ.i'. of the late Hetty will participate in the of it was last night by Frank counsel for of the several thousand was bequeathed to her by her Miss Sylvia of eon with the provision that upon Mrs. Green's death the - be of Gideon Washburn said he had been informed that the of the of Mrs. would not contest tht right of the Howland heirs to receive the of the Howland he in and under order of- the court the money will bo to proof of their relationship to ho steadfastly declined to The Lightning Kills 26. a in a hay field by a bolt of olear There was no storm within 20 miles of Deadly for N. July 26 - of sonit pills filth and taking lour of them an Open Hudson July 26.-The department of marine is preparing for tlie immediate opening of navigation ot Hudson bay the tion supplier are on Its way for W 10 In the straits and tiro at Port DRUM Scared as Man-Eater July 26.ThoT:irst man-eating shark to havo been seen in Delaware bay when Arthur Crosby of West M ill ville and three friend's in a were fishing off Egg One drum fish had been landed and a second had been brought to the and as Crosby leaned over the side of the boat to catch the feet fast approaching tho - They - and as Crosby fell backward into the boat the monster turned on its side the - 'The launch was at once foV the mouth of Maurice and Its wake for two men having seen the Ihe July 26.Heginning all dealers not announcing on containers the gravity of gasoline will be vigorously according to State Pure Pood Commissioner The enforcement of this which has been on the statute books three will considerably affect the quality ot the it is of the 12 In Are Alive Has Been Abandoned Four Will Be Started Wen Will July 26.Federal investigating the water works which 22 V k. day afternoon ordered all hy the bodies of 12 men ed In the some timo action was taken because tests of the gas tunnel through which the -had to show ed it is highly explosive the of teased another An - BO work of may Hope for Trapped in the tunnel arc allvo has Ten those of members of two parties which tried nach tho men but succumbed to the Sing July 26. A rth arc Kb 1 tho cue will state und will be started today to dett cause of tho gas explosion near the crib end of Tuesday which 12 nnd released the which the two par Lark such as gas heluK ts at tho and Imre of the efforts of Gustav Van r ri n t o en t of. awaiting here the murder of his E. Pock of Grand or resulted night bleeding from a wound on his made in tho shape of a The prisoner had eut himself with a of broken Walte got of the could not be It Is that when he was out for in the courtyard he picked it up when tho vigilance of and it until he returned to tjie he would havo the wound elsewhere than on his injury Is not A strict watch will kept on when ho returns to the death Ducks July 26Parliament managed to steer of the prickly by to 4he that the of home approved by and Edward hader in would as soon that if n penerai ori the part of premier would for of the rule The more to an and Sir in harmony will be found ttT from other and the of tho two rf the men by the increase in the death a third rescue party with safety entered the tunnel and the 10 of Van Duzen was among the who were S. Experts Help by J. L. M. Jones of the States bureau ot who from the mine third party of penetrated 200 into the tunnel even equipped wero with the pas they found In making their HO heavy was the found the force of the Uu car tracks on the bottom of the tunnel and had twisted air and conduit With their safety lanterns they could see at the far end of tho tunnel that a large July not Of tlie wan Appeals today in an opinion - As ia nn to a art that will stand of tho the fall probably will he conducted tlie previously court that tho act la unconstitutional so far as It to the county of of Senatorial Intention oT the the court limit by the number of fifty is in language that cannot be as shall ho of fifty to exception It Is provided that if the of any If entitled on the ratio prescribed an additional Senator or additional Senator or Senators shall he to such county in addition * * We do not ont. lt te m a Jp good do not Intend that it is for the at anytime to set aside of In W tain arise by the the county ot Now cir tn counties of 4utftlnlng a be of aside a order of the be reverted and the art of and the li n sute of New York I to Keep of paralysis were an order was that m If years old or under to leave - Neir cato MAKE the Constitution was In the state Into Senate alleged violation of Uic Senatorial In the county of New the court holds that tho art does not meet the that idocks which from their location may bo Included in OS to make most equal in opinion declares that by constitutional a town and arc a unit of for the at determining in of lii It cites Instances in the New Senatorial where there are blocks on the dis containing a of In one-half of tho 1)t;UvGt>n tho of the Senate tho from and Wages Not High N. July 2G. More than 300 including lead Iron workers and went out on at the Harrison Paint company's plant because of refusal of an increase in The lead burners are receiving a day want Carpenters a ing and and laborers are after 51 1 burrau taken iit 8_ p. 3.1 1 ' York St. New Orleans Pittsburg 74 76 T3 84 82 7fi 7ft Clear Fair Clear Fair Fair 111-M IRON CURES L. Doctor Uses Heroic Treatment on L. July 26.~Dr. Allen G. Terrell here a well developed Of anthrax which had concern to the local health bed a had little of UMe of serum had in the cafie of ex-Judge George F. that a brother Dr. John H. was in possession cf an Dr. Terrell borrowed remedy was a but the of the case warranted its the cauterized the repeating the operation three and the patient the Constitutional court refuses to set aside thr by reason of has been captur ed by the tlie war an A ' tho whole village of 1 now in our our ter troops a hy federal oral surgeon advised df families in New to children at fife night there waft little vanee and twtr strong if and Including five in the battle front there 1 no gives the domination of the highest point overlooking the plateau on which the ot 10 A. resolution requesting clemency for Roger Case referred to Relations on army appropriation to conference report on to national park on of Hawaii and at 6:26 p. until lii and city health twing the and the vm aiding Many fused to years imd In this that the Constitution does not provide The 2.The epidemic of infantile gained and new wero IN RIVER TWO my was conferred hy a her two year ter wore drowned when an automobile backed off tho dock at Waterworks Park into the othe parly outfielder of the Detroit who jumped into the water and brought to the HOME July 2.'.-Totirlsta seek ing are to he returned to his farm and as mmp sites hunting and Kills Canadian for the death In Montreal of more than 250 At 3 3 the hottest in five the Damages July 26.Damage to com and was caused by a heavy storm which over York county last The barn on the farm of A. R. south of this was struck by and Crops were aiMl The damage waa the maps show tlie TRIAL Mot ai as to tions short of minimum peace strength sent to introduced committee to expedite naval appropriation to Adjourned at p. m. until NOW A of Knight Conferred on hinck at Large Attended Dunkirk July 2f>.<iovemor S. Whitman this a full-fledged member of the Knights of the degree of knight being conferred him at - from the work was under sn of Clarence grand and Howard 6. the was made to represent a Roman At the close of the ceremony a reception was held to afford the large number of members present an opportunity of the 10 o'clock tomorrow morning a public reception to Governor Whitman is io held in the afternoon he will In tho grand parade and after the will visit 'the encampment of the uniformed rank at Point and the prize wUI the Captain the grand and other an by the Be July 26.Justice today denied application for a new trial for P. the Orleans county has been three one on to the Court of twice by the CDle beid Umt featured the Pythian state which opened here last night and is to rived here early thia oa the Sew York leaving the city are with 8ad--no"ttlKlirwiBre obtain federal dren first mast the York bealth showing there have beeti no ot - i paralysis in the ta watched or kept undei tine for two The city department nearly 2,800 certificates in 24 V 000 federal health ills York the warned remain either ' ' number of and during the iwat ttiM five boroughs of the Haven they leave paralysis is was reported tbAt would them irom Measures ' ' taken to m are crowded with i - July 2$.->^Nineteea total 2&S the hM city of New the etate department of 24 the liame two one at Sast Meadow and one at Olen to Sat the Other from oi two of the biggest U the Mine Workers organization because of illegal ment of dues an strike tn court for two President K White and District President for an of tbo 18,000 tbe Officials of tbe the books of the * Im m
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