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| BOOK and JOB PRINTING S
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Volume TIT No. 1
Germany Sets Price Of Peace AM Will Offer It To Ike Allied Countries!
I Hon. J. N. Langham TooV
Oath Of Office Thursday
Will Assume His Duties As the President
Judge of indiana County on Monday
Morning---S. J. Telioid .
Tie Hon. Jonathan Nicholas new jurist, all of whom offered
Langham, of Indiana, the success- t! e'r congratulations at the close
ful judicial candidate at the No- e- lis first session of court next
vember election, was fomally in- Monday morning. January 3, at
ducted into the office of President 10 o'clock, at which time the sue-
Judge of tfie Court of Common cessful candidates for the coiin-
Pleas of Indiana county Thursday ty offices at the November election
morning. Tl e oath of office as pro- j will take their respective oaths of
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I ■ J J. A. IJ.IAUILAM
vided by ArtielW II of the Consti
tution of Pennsylvania for Sena
tors and Representatives and all
judicial, state and county officers,
was administered by the retiring
judge, Hon. Stephen J. Telford.
The oath follows: "I do solemn
ly sv ear (or affirm) that I will
support and defend the constitu
tion of the United States, and the
eonsti ution of this Commonwealth
and that I v ill discharge the du
ties Of my office with fidelity; that
I I ave not paid or contributed, or
promised to pay or contribute, ei
. tier dii ectlv or indirectly, any mo
ney or other valuable thing, to
1 rocure my nomination or election
(or appointment). except for nec
essary and proper expenses ex-
I ressly authorized by law; that I
have not knowingly violated any
election law of this commonwealth
er procured it to be done by oth
ers in my behalf; that 1 will not
knowingly receive directly or in
directly any money or other valu
able tl ing for the performance or
non-performance of any act or du
ty pertaining to my*office, other
than the compensator allowed, by
law."
Present in.the court room at the
time of the taking of the oath of
were a large number of law
yers of the Par Association and a
number of personal friends of the
27 KILLED IN HUNTING.
Harrisburg, Dec. 28.—Reports
received from the game wardens
try Dr. Joseph Kalbfus, secretary
cf the state game commission
show that during the recent bunt
ing season 27 persons were killed
and 109 injured in Pennsylvania.
These numbers may be slightly in
creased by later reports. Last year
31 persons were killed and 999 in
jured during the hunting season.
Advertise in tlu> Patriot.
THE PATRIOT
of the ceremony.
Judge Langham will preside ov.
office and assume their duties at
once. The new officers are: Coun
ty Commissioners, James M. Mar
s! all. W. Bruce Wagner and Ad-
• HON. S. J. TELFORD.
(Retiring Judge.)
am P. Lowry; Prothonotary, Wal
ter 11. A yers; Sheriff, Harry A.
Boggs; Register and Recorder, .T.
( lair Longwill; Treasurer. Frank
M. Smith, and County Auditors.
Robert J. Hood, Miles C. Young
and J. D. Adamson. -
BIG PAPER DEAL
IS NOW PENDING
Barnes boro, Dee. 29—A big
deal is said to be on for the pur
chase of the Barnesboro Star and
the Patton Courier, two weekly
newspapers; the property m Pat
ton consisting of the Courier and
its equipment and the Star deal
consists not only of a big plant but
a three story brick building. The
prospective purchaser is said to b-*
a newspaper man. who formerly
bad aw eekly in Meyersdale.
INDIANA, PA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, 1916
JUDGE WALLING OF ERIE
SUCCEEDS JNO. P. ELKIN
ITarrisburg, Dec. 23—Governor
Brumbaugh today appointed
Judge Emory A. Walling, of Erie,
to succeed the late Justice John
P. Elkin on the supreme court
bench. The governor appointed
Captain Edward O. Whittelslcy tj
succeed Judge Walling on the
Common Fleas bench of Erie coun
ty.
Governor Brumbaugh Sends
His Greetings to The Patriot
Governor Martin G. Brumbaugh,
sent a Ghristmas greeting to The
Patriot, consisting of an auto
graph copy of his Pennsylvania
day address at the Panama-Paei
fic exposition on Sept. 4, 1915. The
governor'B message of greeting
was:
"My Christmas greetings to you
and iny prayer for ' Peace on earth
good will to men.'
"Please also accept this pamph
let as an expression of my regard
for you and my love for Pennsyl
vania.
"Yours with yuletide blessing,
'' • M. G. BRUMBAUGH."
Nearby Town Is Now In
. ..A Prosperous Con dition
Prosperity of a Ilomer City in
dustrial plant is evidenced by the.
announcement recently made by
Tuck, superintendent of
the Ilomer City Coal Company.
The concern is planning for the
erection, thus spring of a number
cf dwellings for their workmen on
I he land recently purchased by the
Railroads Piling Up Coal
Toledo, 0., Dec. 28—Thousands
el tons of coal are being stored in
Toledo by railroads in anticipa
tion of a miners' strike in April.
The New York Central has 70.000
tons at Air Line Junction, and
tl is amount will be doubled, offi
cials said. The Pennsylvania an
nounced today that 200 carloads,
with 50 tons to the car, had been
r laced in storage here within a
few days.
J. Blair Sutton Was Appointed
By the authority of the by-laws
of the Firemen's Association OL
Pennsylvania, Eugene C. Bcnni
well, president of the association,
has appointed J. Blair Sutton of
Indiana, an honorary vice presi
dent for Indiana county. The vice
president acts in conjunction with
the executive officers to secure for
the association the membership
of the various fire companies in
the county which are not already
members. Indiana conuty is in this
Thomas Pealer Named Engineer
Thomas Pealer has been unan
imously chosen as county engineer
by the new board of commission
ers, who will go into office next
Monday.
As yet the commissioners have
taken no action on the matter of
the selection of a Sealer
cf Weights and Measures. It has
not yet been determined whether
IJ. "W. Simpson will continue in
that office or whether a snccesor
will be chosen.
We have nothing to report on
the assistants in the offices of Reg
ister and Recorder, Prothonotary
and Sheriff, and probably will not
I ave before next Monday, when
the officers-elect will take their
?aths of office.
M. C. Watson,
Leratorial Candidate
The Hon. M. C. Watson, forme
member of the state legislature
and one of Indiana's best known
business men. announced his can
didacy for state senatorship of
tl is district last Friday. Mr. Wat
son is a Republican and is well
known throughout this territory.
Evening Gazette's New Home
The Indiana Evening Gazette
has moved its office to the new
building on Main street, next to
the Y. M. Cf. A. The management
bas added a new press and an ad
ditional linotype to its equipment
and is now issuing a seven column
paper. The Patriot extends its
congratula:ions and with its en
terprising owner good success.
WINTER'S CAFE
HAS BEEN SOLD
Daniel McAnulty and Norman
I feiffer, two well known young
men of Indiana, have purchased
the Winter's restaurant on Phila
delphia street They took posses
sion Tuesday and propose to main
tain the same high class standard
of their predecessor.
company from the Tearing Run
t oal Company.
A large generator is being in
stalled to operate the mines In the
most modern way and with the se
curing of additional acreage it is
expected t 'at the Homer City
plant w ili "develop into one of the
largest independent operations in
the territory.
List of Letters
Remaining uncalled for in the
odiana postoffice December 25:
Mrs. Norman A. Ilixon, Reyhm
Kesh, Mrs. J. N. Miller, M. Wer
derman, P. Rosenberg, Miss Bes
i.ie Spence, A. W. Smith and J. E,
Smith.
When inquiring for the above
letters please state that they were
advertised, giving date.
HARRY W. FEE. P. M.
CIHSS.
In the communication to Mr.
Sutton, Mr. Bonniwell says: "All
the beneficial legislation favorable
to communities and fire companies
v ith respect to fire insurance has
been promoted and supported by
this association. I am therefore
I hopeful that you will consent to
; serve as honorary vice president
| cf the Association in Indiana coun
ty, which are not already mem
-1
1 bers. *
I
SUE MINING COMPANY
Ebensburg, Dee. 28.—Attorneys
|J J. Kintner and Jas. W. Leech.
!<.f Ebensburg, have entered suit
ror $20,000 damages against the
Dexter Coal Mining Co for inju
ries sustained January 28, 1915, by
William Curry, at that time em
ployed aa an engineer by the com
pany. Curry died of his injuries
later. The suit is brought on be
half of the widow and four young
! children. It is charged that the
company is guilty of negligence
in that the shafting and belting
was unguarded. Curry was caught
: in a shaft and whirled about it at
great speed.
Wanted—Laborers and chippers
'lnquire Boilings & Andrews Con
struction Co.. PT.
TWO AUSTRIAN DESTROYERS
ARE SUNK DURING A BATTLE
A Squadron Trying to Bombard Durazzo,
Encounters a Fleet cf Allied Vessels and
Is Badly Defeated.
"WAR AND MORE OF IT"—FRANCE
Geneva, Dee. 28—A dispatch to
the Tribune from Vienna says
"Chancellor von Bethmann llol
weg is expected in Vienna shortly
with the full conditions under
which the Central Powers will ac
cept peace. After discussing the
terms with Baron von Burian the
Austrian Foreign Minister, the
conditions will be officially an
nounced to the allies, Germany
suggesting that the first confer
ence be held at The Hague."
Paris, Dec. 30.—The Austrian
destroyer I.itta was blown up by
a mine and the destroyer Triglav
sunk in a naval action with an al
lied squadron in the Adriatic off
Durazzo, the ministry of marine
announced today.
"An Austrian squadron left Cat
tero to bombard Durazzo and en
countered an allied squadron that
gave battle," said the official com
munique. "The Austrian destroyer
Litta was blown up by a mine and
the destroyer Tiiglav was sunk.
The other enemy ships fied."
The destroyer Triglav was built
in 1913, displaced 787 tons and
w as 266 feet long. She was one of
the newest Austrian destroyers,
had a speed of 32 ; 5 knots and car
ried a crew of about 90 men.
Naval lists mention no Austrian
destroyer named Litta. It is prob
able that the destroyer Lika is
meant. The Lika, like the Trig
lav, is one of six new destroyers
put into service by Austria short
ly before the beginning of the war
Presumably French and Italian
New Telegraph Tower
The 8., R. & P. Railway Com
pany has placed a telegraph tow
er just above Home station. It is
said that tickets will be sold there
in the near future. There has nev
er been an agent at that place.
Veteran Jeweler of Indiana Dies
William W. Brilhart. aged 6 W '
years, a veteran jeweler of thi
place, died unexpectedly at his
home Sunday. He leaves a widow
Mrs. Elizabeth Brilhart, and threr
sons, Guy and William. of Pitts
burg, and Percy, who resides in
the west.
Marriage Licenses.
ITarry Kirkland ...... .Cherryhil!
Sadie M. Ober Ravne
Ned E. Long Pittsburg
Estella M. William .. .Homer ( itv
Roy Williams BlacHick
Helen R. Miller Blairsv lie
Percy Wolf Canoe twp.
Floretta Dunmire . .Jefferson Co
Blair Gaul Cleveland", 0
Edna Sherry Punxsutawney
Jacob Sucik Blairsville
Kroni Okopal Blairsville
Frank Terpe .Tarentum
Hazel Fern Fleming Covode
North's Committee Appointments
Congressman S. Taylor North
of this district, receives two im-
Tmrtant committee assignments in
the present congress. He is on the
committee on Education and the
committee on Territories. While
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warships participated in the naval
battle. French war craft ha\e been
patrolling the Adriatic since the
outbreak of the war.
Paris, Dec. 28 "Eighteen
months ago France wanted peace.
Today she wants war most ener
getically, and to that end will use
idl her iesourees," said General
C aillieni, the Minister of War, in
asking the Senate today to ap
prove the action of the Chamber
•f Deputies in giving him the 1917
ciass of recruits for January 5.
General Gaillieni's remarks were
greeted with prolonged applause.
"Whoever says a word of peace
in the streets is considered a bad
citizen," continued the Minister of
War. "Mothers are not mourning
for lost sons; they want them to
be avenged. The 1917 class will
leave with the assent of the na
tion. It demands that those charg
ed with the duty receive and in
struct these young men and pre-
I are them for the great contest,
which will not end before France,
in accord with her allies, says: 'I
stop! 1 have obtained what I
wanted; I resume iny work ,of
peact!* 1
Redoubled applause, interspers
ed with shouts of "Excellent!"
came from the entire Senate.which
arose as a mark of honor Return
ing to the Ministerial seat Gene
ral Gallieni received the congratu
lations.,of his colleagues.
- The upper House immediately
passed the bill and authorized tho
public posting of the Minister'*
address.
the work of these two committees
is principally, with legislation ef
fecting our Territorial'and Island
possessions the Government is fur
thering many educational pro
jects, especially the Indian and
Agricultural Schools of the Unit
ed States.
l D
m
r sr "' *f' ■
CLAUDE KITCHIN *
Floor Leader of the Demoeratie
party who will lead the fight "r
the House against the Administra
tion Defense Program.
Wanted— Girl for general
housework. Small family, no chil
dren. Foreign girl preferred. In
quire at Patriot offioe.
Brwt stores advertise in TUr
Patriot.
FIVE CENTS

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