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ONLY BI LINGUAL
NEW YORK AND CHIC AX)
VOLUME I No. 5.
MOLLME TO BE
TRIED IN ERIE, PA.
Denies Having Used the Mail;
Pietro Mollicone, of Ernest, was
arrested last Saturday on a charge
of forgery on information made
by Guglio Salvatore, of Josephine,
in Justice Grossman's court. It
developed since his arrest that he
is implicated in a scheme to de
fraud a number of his countrymen
A search of Molliconi's room in
house No. 160, Ernest, Pa., uncov
ered a number of letters and list
of names of the persons he had in
tended to defraud, in addition to
the prosecntor in this case.
It also develops since his arrest
that he lifted a registered letter
at Chambersville postoffice ad
dressed to Guiseppe Morreale, rep
resenting that he was the addres
see of the letter; positive identi
fication was made here yesterday
by the postmaster of Chambers
ville that Mallicone is the identi
cal person who represented him
self as being Giuseppe Morreale
and receipted for and accepted
The matter is now in the hands
of the federal officials and Molli
cone will be held for trial in the
Federal Court at Erie, Pa., the lat
ter part of this month.
Taken to Workhouse.
Sheriff George 11. Jeffries on (
Thursday moruing took Frank
Antonucio to the Allegheny Coun-!
ty Workhouse to begin his sen
tence of three months. Antonucio
was found guilty of selling liquor
without a license and was sentenc- j
<ed Monday, August 31.
Awarded Road Contract.
M. Bennett & Sons, of Indiana, j
have been awarded the contract
for the laying of 18,272 fbet of j
Taephaltic bituminous macadam
(penetration method) iu South j
Hanover and Derry townships
Dauphin county. There were ten
bidders and the local firm was suc
cessful with the figures of $51.-
fi42.82. The work will start at
Druggist Buys Property
Howard Ilouk, the Philadelphia
street druggist, has purchased the
brick dwelling of Lot White, on
South Sixth street. The conside- j
ration is not known.
Mr. Lisle Galbreath, of Water
street, sold his barn last Monday <
to David Altemus, of this place.
Mr. Galbreath is now buying and
selling horses. He has a few hea
\y horses on hand now.
WANTED—3 furnished rooms
for young couple. Inquire at this!
Y ANTED—Boy to learn print
ing tradi*; must be active. In
quire at this office.
THE PA TRIOT
II MERCHANDISE GAMBLE
You know the men who are in
business in this community. You
have known them for a number of
years. You know them as being
honorable and upright in every
dealing vou have had with them.
, o .
Knowing them in this way. are
you willing to go to their stores
and pay to them money for mer
: eliandise of which they can show
you only a picture, and for which
you must wait from one week to
a month after they have received
OF COURSE YOU ARE NOT.
But you are doing that very
same thing with people you do not
know when you send your money
to the mail-order houses of the
cities. You have only a picture
or a brief description of an arti
cle from which to determine its
value. After you have sent your
money, yon must trust to the in
telligence of a poorly paid boy or
girl to send you in return the mer
chandise you want.
The people of this community
who persist in dealing with the
mail-order houses are doing both
themselves and this town an injus
Wireless Activity Limited.
Notice from the State Depart
ment has been served on the Boy
Scouts that their wireless appa
ratus must not be operated in
t nding messages over a radius of
7 > miles. The Indinaa station has
jleen able to pick up messages
from Key AY est. Arlington and
Automobile Club to Have a Run.
The Indiana Automobile Club
will go to Clearfield today and ex
pect to return here Sunday. They
will stop at the Dimeling Hotel of
that place, after which a supper
will be served and a dance from
8 to 12 will be given.
Getting Things Shipshape.
"Dearest." said the sentimental
bridegroom after the wedding cere
mony, "do yon think that I'll prove
to be a satisfactory mate?"
"Oh, I guess you'll do all right." re
sponded the practical bride, "and now
look me over and tell me what yov.
think of your captain."—Ladies' Home
Restoring a Razor.
"Oh, George, before you get your
razor I awist tell you that I—l bor
rowed it yesterday."
"Y-yes. I had to do some ripping.
But it's just as good as ever. You'll
never notice the difference. I sharp
ened it on the stovepipe."—Cleveland
Ages ago the horse was an animal no
larger than a fox terrier. Today the
species has gone so far ahead that the
elephantine horses seen on the Liver
pool docks are the wonder of every
body who has seen them, and one of
these horses is able to do as much pull
ing as three ordinary horses which
have not been bred in a similar man
"There goes the village cutup."
"Is he a Joker or a surgeon?"— Balt
You can't be sure you're right sim
ply because you believe you are.—Al
Human Stepping Stones.
When a Chinese lady approaches a
muddy place ahe beckons a boy. Tb*
boy drops on his hands and knees in
the mud, and the la.*., uses him as a
stepping stone, for which service she
gives him a small coin.
Ouly twelve men in a hundred have
dark eyes as compared with twenty
women in a hundred.
FOR RENT —Four rooms. In
quire at 524 Church street.
INDIANA. PA. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 5, IDI4.
ARMIES PAUSE NEAR PARIS
GERMANS AND ALLIES,
BRACED FOR STRUGGLE,
Paris, Sept. 5 (1:55 a. m.) —
i The war office at Bordeaux late
> last night sent the follow ing com
-1 munieation to the press bureau
"On our left the enemy appears
' jto neglect Paris to pursue its
turning movement. It has reached
r j La Ferte Sous-Jouarre (Depart -
* ment of Seine and Marne, 11
miles east of Merux), passed
■ Rheims and descended on the west
1 ' bank of the river in Argonne.
" This maneuver has not succeeded
today more than on preceding
Paris, Sept. 4—The following
! official announcement, was made
! , if I
"The movements of the oppos-
I ed armies outside of Paris con
tinued without any attempt hav
ing been made today by the one
j my against our various positions."
London, Sept. 4—The official
press bureau late tonight issued a
report saying that the situation in
the French theater of war has un
dergone no substantial change.
The position of the allies is well j
maintained. The bulletin states
that a German movement in an
eastward and southeastward di
rection is developing. In short,-
Paris is awaiting the news of the
beginning of the great battle im
(pending outside her gates.
A dispatch to the Reuter Tele
graph Company from Antwerp
savs that part of the German right
lias been driven back upon St.
Quentin and that the attempt to
i envelop the allies' left apparent
ly has been frustrated.
Paris reports that the German;
[left is being held back at Verdun j
(and that the efforts to force a
passage of the Meuse has been
In view of the fact that German
' cavalry were reported early yes
terday at Senlis and Chantilly,!
'about 17 miles from Paris, it is
difficult to account for the retire
No official confirmation of the:
German retreat upon St. Quentin
has been received. The allies are
strengthening their positions up
on the lines of Paris forts, while a
few miles away the Germans are ;
training their siege guns and pre
paring for the general engage
ment. The opposing armies have
not yet come in contact.
It is announced by Renter's Tel
i egram Company that the Germans
! are bombarding Termonde. a fort
ified town of Belgium, 16 miles
I from Ghent. This would indicate
I that the Germans are in Belgium
1 in strength, and if they are to be
engaged by the Russian army re
ported to have been landed from :
English transports they are ready!
for the attack. The town has 10.- j
Fighting in Belgium Again.
The dispatch says:
"At this moment fighting i< j
Brother-in-law of Kaiser
Heads Gsrnian Army
Photo by American Press Association.
! proceeding between A lost and
Termonde, Belgium. The railway
near Alost has been blown up
Cavalry Advance Driven Back.
ported at Copg shrdlu shrdlu
While the Germans had been re
jrorted at Compeigne and Senlis
in the valley of the Oise, and win
dows were broken at Chantilly by
the detonations of heavy guns, the
Antwerp reports intimate that on
ly the kaiser's cavalry had ad
vanced as near Paris as Senlis
and it was this screen of cavalry
that had been driven back across
the Somme upon Bt. Quentin by
the French and English in a des
perate attempt to save Paris.
The war office withholds partic
ulars of the transportation of a
Russian army into France, but no
doubt is held here that a force of
almost 100.000 of the czar's men
is already engaging the German
rear and threatening its communi
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Camp
bell. of Park wood, have announc
ed the engagement of their daugh
ter, Lulu Mabel Campbell, to
Stewart H. Shirley, of Olivet. The
wedding will be an event of the
"You must pardon me!" exclaimed
the golfer. "The trouble is that I have
been so perplexed about naval matters
that I got confused."
"What's that got to do with the
"You didn't hear my warning. I
said 'Aftr when I should have said
'Fore!* "—Washington Star.
Th Widow's Name.
In addressing a letter to a widow—
for instance, "Mrs. John Jones"—you
can write it Mrs. John Jones or Mrs.
Hilda Jones, whichever you prefer.
Either Is proper, there being no hard
and fast rules about the matter. If
Mrs. .Tones prefers being addressed as
Mrs. Hilda Jones, then let it be that
There is n law in the case one way
or the other. —New York American.
Sandalwood trees in India are gener
ally found at an altitude of 2,000 to
NEW CHURCH HEAD
Llacoaio .eiid .liiesa tlected
on trie Moth Ballot
Rome. Sept. 4—Cardinal Giaeo
-1110 Delia C'liiesa, archbishop of
[Bologna. Italy, was elected su
preme pontiff of the Catholic hier
archy in succession to the late
Pope Piux X, who died Aug. 20.
At fifteen minutes before 12
i o'clock the new pope appeared on
an inner balcony of St. Peter's
clad in his pontifical robes. The
balcony was hung with red velour
land a heavy gold fringe decorat
ed the railing. The pontiff pro
uouuced the apostolic benediction
to the kneeling crowd below and
immediately afterwards withdrew \
and entered his apartments,
i The election was on the ninth
ballot. With all of the ceremony,
iprescribed by the eenturv-old tra-
Uiitions of the Catholic church, the;
new occupant of the fisherman'sj
throne received the adoration of
the cardinals in the conclave who
had balloted since Monday in the'
The new pontiff will later des
-1 ignate the date for his coronation.
With the conclave called while,
all Europe was involved in a de
vaatating war, which was largely
responsible for the death of Pope
Pius, the election of Benedict XV j
will go down in history as taking
place at one of the most critical
times in history.
Several foreign cardinals have
not vet arrived in Rome. Among
those absent are Cardinal Gibbons'
and Cardinal O'Connell of the Un-i
ited States. In the conclave were!
fifty-seven members of the sacred
college, a majority of them Ital- i
Two more ballots were taken in j
the eleetion of Benedict XV than
in the election of Pope Pius. Six
ty-two cardinals participated in
the election of the late pontiff and
he received fifty votes on the sev
Diet of th Bluebird.
The bluebird, one of the most fa
miliar tenants of the furai and barn
yard, pays amply for its rent and board
by destroying Insects, and takes no toll
from the farm crop. Its diet consists
of 08 per cent of Insects and 32 per
cent of vegetable matter. The largest
Items of insect food are grasshoppers,
beetles and caterpillars.
To Set Colors.
In washing anything blue put a
handful of salt into the water; green, ,
a lump of alum; gray or brown, a little
ox gall; tan or linen goods, a little hay
water; reds and pinks, use a little vine
"What did you tell your wife when
you got home from the club last
"I told her she was the sweetest
woman In the world." Spokane
A Hard One.
"When," he demanded, "will you pay
Smiling, we waved him toward our
"You must ask," we said, "the puz
"I understand that demure little J (
Mrs. Jinks always crooks her elbow on j j
a certain occasion."
"You don't say so! When was it?"
"When she carries the baby on her
Wiggs— What causes divorce? Wagg
—Men, women—and marriage.—Club
A sorrel horse, weight about 1.- !
500; inquire at Altemus' Livery
ALL TEE ;> EV, S Foil
ALL TIIK PEOPLE.
HAVE VOU SUBSCRIBED?
Anions Our Friends
John L. Getty motored to Pitts
burg last Wednesday.
Thomas Spencer, of Iselin, was
a business visitor here Tuesday.
Miss Helen Bush, of Pittsburg,
i $ the guest of Miss E. Duncan, of
Mrs. Alex Gina. of Church St.,
left yesterday for a few days vis
it at Twin Rocks, Pa.
Mrs. Hattie I. Rowland has
purchased the Charles P. Itock
property on Wayne avenue.
j Chas. J. Margiotti, of Punxau
t&wney, was here on business last
: T uesdav.
Misa Jessie Luckhart, Dr. Troi>
in'* office assistant, went to At.
Lan tie City Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dicker, of Punx
sutawney, are among the out-of
i town visitors in Indiana.
Misa Laura Myers, of Church
street, left yesterday for Pittsburg
for a few days.
Mrs. John Daugherty and her
daughter, Miss Caroline, were vis
itors in Pittsburg Tuesday.
Miss Bess Klingensmith has re
: turned to Philadelphia where she
is a nurse in the Medico-Chirur
| gical hospital.
Alex Mabon, of Church street,
and Robert and Fred St. Clair, of
Philadelphia street, are enjoying
a lake trip this week.
Miss Loll McGregor, of Church
street, has returned from a trip to
Pittsburg, Tarentum ando ther
Mrs. William W. Taylor, of
( hureh street, has returned from
a trip to Pittsburg, Tarentum and
A. W. Calloway and family raot
ored to Cumberland, Md., Gettys
burg, Philadelphia and New York
W. E. Scott, of Ebensburg, was
a week-end visitor in the home of
his sister, Mrs. J. L. Galbreath, of
Air. and Mrs. L. F. Sutter, of
East Philadelphia street, have as
their guests, Mrs. Milton Rowley,
of Kansas City, Mo., and Mr. and
Airs. Dillie Trosonia, of Grove City
Edwin Allison, of Eleventh
street, has gone to Baltimore, Md.,
where he will have charge of the
commercial department in a boys'
Aliss Alabel Kelly, formerly of
this place, has been re-elected to
a position in the schools at Dow
ney, Cal., at a salary of $l2O per
Airs. E. R. Lumsden and her
daughter, Miss Mae Jean Lums
den, of South Sixth street, who
were called to Wilkes-Barre by the
death of Mrs. Lumsden's father,
are home again.
Miss Ruth Campbell is the guest
of Miss Blanche Van Tassel at the
Van Tassel home in Dußois. Fri
day Aliss Campbell was a guest at
the luneheon given by Miss Van
Tassel for Miss Sarah Means, of
Brookville. whose marriage will
he an event of this fall.
FIVE C ENTS