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ONLY BI LINGUAL
NEW YORK AND CHIC A 4<J
VOLUME I, —No. 10.
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The Indiana Macaroni Factory
which turned their electric motors
on last Tuesday morning, is work-
ing at full speed. The patrons of
the factory will welcome %11 the
residents of Indiana to visit the
factory, tomorrow, Sunday, be
tween the hours of 2 and 4 j>. m.
An expert man will be glad to
show all the different machinery
in operation, some of which is im
ported from Turin (Italy).
The Indiana Macaroni Factory
will make eighteen different varie
ties of macaroni daily.
The following appointments
have been made by County Chair
man J. Willis Wilson, who will
have charge of the Indiana dele
gation in the Republican parade
at Blairsville Friday evening:
Captain D. W. Simpson, marshall;
Ist ward, Claude Bath, William
Bennett, James W. Mack; 2nd
ward, Paul Sharretts, J. Blair Sut
ton, R. W. Wehrle; 3rd ward, R.
T. Marlin, J. A. Crossman, Wal-
luce Thomas, J. It. Richards; 4th
ward, J. E. McKean, James M.
Marshall, Hart Daugherty.
Search Is Abandoned.
The search for aged Mrs. Ed
ward Caluse, of Clyde, this coun
ty, who disappeared from her
home some three weeks ago, has
been abandoned. The searchers
found no clues whatever except a
human foot that was brought in
by a dog from the mountains 10
days ago. Hope of ever locating
the body has been abandoned.
List of Letters
Remaining uncalled for in the
Indiana office October 3, 1014:
Miss Lizzie Beck, Lena Cast,
Nellie Cosloski, Nellie Cosloski,.
Harrie Cramer, Miss Katherine
Domenico, Mrs. Carl Dreschsel.
Robert Green (special), John I.
King, Sr., Edoguardo Lueiti, L. L.
Knight. John 11. Learn, Mrs. Lau
ra Littlefield, M. E. McLaughlin.!
William A. McNulty. Mr. ana Mrs.
Clayton Miller, Anthony Reclite
liiss Etta Richards, Miss Flora,
Smith, Mrs. M. R. Stoner. Martin
Yalqtfsz, Miss Helen White. Ralph
When inquiring for letters- in ■
tl.is list please state that they I
were advertised, giving* date.
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HARRY W. FEE. P. M.
Arrested On Serious Charge.
Mike Yanasky, of Lucerne,' was
arrested in Lucerne Wednesday
by Deputy Sheriff/Harry C. Wil
liams, on a charge *>f f- and b. Ya
nasky had been in West Yirginia
for six months a net arrived in Lu
cerne only last Saturday evening
to visit friends. He thought that
bis long absence j would make his
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THE PA TRIOT
Repairs on No. 2 blast furniee
at Josephine are progressing rap
idly. The first car of brick for re
lining the furnace arrived Thurs
day, but the officials have not giv
en any information so far as to
the date for "blowing in." It is
confidently expected, however,
that at the time the repairs are
completed the fires will be lighted.
Officials of the Bollinger-And
rews Company proposed new in
got mill at Josephine, who recent
ly inspected the work, express
themselves as satisfied with the
X>rogress. It is expected that this
plant will be in operation shortly
after the first of the year.
The Bollinger-Andrews com
pany owns 20 acres of ground ad
joining the operations of the Jose
phine blast furnace. Six acres are
to be covered with large buildings
one 60x500 feet, a second 70x500
a third 60x450 feet and two more
60x300 feet. ,
Banks and Postoffice to Observe
On account of Columbus Day
next Monday the banks of town
will remain closed during the day.
The postoffice will be closed from
12 noon until 7 o'clock.
Menosky to Return to Normal.
Mike Menosky, formerly of this
place, arrived here from Punxsu
tawney last Wednesday evening.
Mike was on his way back to Pitts
burgh, where he will again join
the Federal League as an outfield
er. He expects to return to Nor
mal next week, where he will en
roll as a student.
Hunting Season Opens October 15
Thursday of next week, Octo- j
her 15, the hunting season opens;
for squirrel, pheasants and wood
cock. Only six squirrels, ten
pheasants or ten woodcock may
be killed in one day. The season
closes November 30.
Dynamiter Gets Lcng
Term in Penitentiary.
George Garsiek. of Graceton.
who recently pleaded guilty to a
charge of attempting to dynamite
the home of Foreman Thomas Do
herty at that place, was sentenced
to serve from 10 to 25 years in the
Western Penitentiary by Judge S.
J. Telford on Monday. Joe Bukos
kv. also of Graceton. who was ar
rested in connection with the dy
| namite plot, will be tried at the
December term of court.
Don't miss the War Pictures and
| The Pathe's Weekly at the Star
WANTED—To buy a 6 or 7 pas
si nger automobile; one that has
been used but a few months. Ap
' ply at this office, giving make an '
INDIANA, PA. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1914.
Bombarded City in panic;
100,000 flee to Holland;
Germans number 250,000
Belgian Airmen Fight Enemy's
KAISER WILHELM AND GER VON MOLTKE
Photo by American Press Association.
The kaiser is here snapped as he is receiving a report of an orderly.
Bordeaux, Oct. 8 —(10:15 p. m.)
—News has been received here
that the king of the Belgians
marched out of Antwerp today at
the head of a portion of his army.
Six Zeppelins Used.
London, Oct. 8 (7:05 p. m.) —A
dispatch to the Central News from
Antwerp says that during Wed- j
uesdav night no fewer than six'
Zeppelins flew over Antwerp,
dropping bombs in all directions.
One of the bombs damaged the
Palace of Justice.
That a British expeditionary
force of unquestioned strength j
has been rushed into Antwerp;
from west of Ghent was reported
This expedition was declared to
consist chiefly of artillery and a !
naval detachment, with heavy
The Germans are reported re
doubling their efforts to take the
city. They are in fai stronger j
force than anyone up to the pres
■ nt has imagined.
It is declared thai there are not
less than a quarter of a million
I men engaged about the city, and
it is invested from the south, east
| ind northeast, although the most
determined efforts are being made
♦ on the south.
WAR BULETINS -
Paris. Oct. B.—A German aero
plane flying over Paris and the
iburbs of Aubervilliers and Saint
lDenis at U o'clock this morning.
dropped two 'bombs, one of which
wounded three persons. The other
did no harm.
London, Oct. B—A dispatch to
the Renter Telegram Company
from Amsterdam says that the
mayor of Rotterdam has requested
the manager of the railway not to
send any more trains with refu
gees from Belgium, as already
there are thousands in the city
and it is impossible to house more.;
German Admiral Dies.
Berlin, Oct. 8. —The death of
Admiral Friedrich A. Breusing, re
tired, has been announced here.
He was well known as a writer on,
naval subjects and at the time of
his death was acting president of
the All-Deutseher Union.
Frencn Seize $1,500,000.
Paris, Oct. B—The French au
thorities have seized food supplies
valued at between $1,500,000 and
$2,000,000, which had been depos
ited on the docks at Havre by a
j German firm. The action was tak
en to prevent the supplies being
Is Sent Back to Italy
Livorno, Italy, Oct. B.—The
cruise of the Italian-built subma
rine which disappeared from the
Gulf of Spezia some days ago am'
; later turned up at Ajaceio, Com
M Don i
Him Fire Mi
Since the Indiana Volunteer Fire
Department removed to their new
quarters in the Municipal build
! ing, the familiar tire bell, which
for many years awakened the res
idents of Indiana from their slum
ber to attend fires has not been
heard. However, this familiar
sound will again be heard in Indi
ana. The Indiana Foundry Com
pany has presented the volunteer
company with a bell and it will be
placed at the Municipal building
shortly, according to notice given
to the Borough Council at that j
body's monthly meeting, Monday
At the same meeting small lights
were ordered placed at the corner
of Carpenter avenue and Gompers
alley; Carpenter avenue, Water
street. Second and Oak streets.
Wedding Is Announced.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cameron, of
Pittsburgh, formerly of Indiana,
have announced the marriage of
their daughter, Miss Mabel Came
ron. to John S. Sutton, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Sutton, of this
place. The wedding of Miss Cam
eron and Mr. Sutton, which came
as a surprise to their friends here,
occurred in Virginia on May 25.
Mr. and Mrs. Sutton have taken
up their residence in Pittsburgh,
where lie is associated with his
brother, Ed. H. Sutton, in the
Talk of the Town.
We need a police foree and a
fire truck—firemen we have.
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Everybody likes the triplets at
Springer's show window. 44 Aren't
they cute," some say.
ea. has come to an end. The
French authorities of Ajaecio, who
took possession of the vessel, ask
ed Paris what disposition they
; should make of it, sent a destroy
er to get the submarine and there
is reason to believe that it is now
on its way home under this convoy
This submarine was under the
command of a retired naval lieu
tenant, Angelo Bellone, who, leav
ing a letter in which he said "Ital
! ian neutrality was a mistake and
j that it was the duty of every Ital
ian to work individually to bring
about Italian intervention in the
present war", headed for the op
en sea. There Bellone said to his
crew that be had been entrusted
with a secret mission and that he
■ was on his way to the Island of
Arriving at Ajaccio, the crew
began to suspect that all was not
right with the expedition. They
voiced their suspicions to the port
j authorities, who at once took pos
session of the vessel.
All the members of the crew re
turned to Livorno this morning
• from Corsica and the submarine
doubtless wiH )>e in the hands of
owners in a few day .5,
ALL THR NEWS FOR
ALL THE PEOPLE.
HAVE YOr SUBSCRIBED?
Nowrytown Man Sustained a
Fractured Skull When
AN INDIANA MAN HURT
Four persons were injured and
one automobile is almost a total
wreck as the result of an automo
bile collision on the Jacksonville
road, about three miles from hero
Monday evening at 5 o'clock.
Harry Parson, of Nowrytown
a fractured skull, left side scald
ed and neck cut by flying glass;
in Indiana hospital.
William Shirley, of Nowrytown
driver of one of the machines;
gash 011 head and left leg injured.
Lee Ankeny of Nowrytown, bad
cut on head and left leg injured.
H. li. Brown, of Indiana, driver
of the second machine, cuts on the
head and left wrist dislocated.
The Nowrytown men were re
turning to their homes after
spending the day gathering chest
nuts, and Brown was returning
from a business trip to Isclin. The
heavy cloud of dust raised by a
third automobile, made it impossi
ble for the drivers to see any dis
tance ahead of them and the ma
chines collided before either driv
er was aware of his danger.
Brown made an effort to avoid
the collision and as he did so Shir
ley's car skidded and the ma
chines came together. The radiat
or on Brown's car burst and the
scalding water was thrown over
Parson, who was in the front seat
of the other car. Both windshields
were broken and the occupants of
the Nowrytown car were cut b>
the flying glass. Brown's car was
almost totally wrecked.
The old Lyric Minstrels are be-
I ing reorganized under the person
al'direction of Harry B. Marshall.
• for a late fall season and will play
all the larger towns in this section.
! The best available minstrel talent
in Indiana. Blairsville, Saltsburg
I Jeannette and Johnstown will be
included in tin? ''roste" and all
details will follow in the Patriot.
| Preliminary rehearsals have be
j gun and the complete line-up uum
| bers abont fifty men.
Normal Reserves on Top.
The Normal Reserves had no
• trouble in defeating the Clymer
Independents 21 to 0 Monday af
ternoon. Although greatly out
weighed. the Reserves played the
Clymer boys off their feet and
i were never in much danger of be
ing scored upon. Smith, Eppley,
LeVine. Dunbar and Myers were
the stars for the scrubs.
WANTED —Boy to learn pries-,
t^adej wv r .f be active. I t
jouir* at '.hit office,