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xe^^M^aas^saysaa^ ■ . ■e ♦ ♦ ♦ TV ^"AKE shopping easier by ♦ 4 1VX reading our ads today ♦ ♦ -f T + + U++ + ++ + + 4 + + + f THE DAILY JOURNAL-HERALD THE JOURNAL-HERALD RECEIVES THE FULL UNITED PRESS WIRE NEWS REPORTS ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦.♦..♦.at, ♦ ♦ ♦ »»-pHE latest news earUest; ♦ ♦ a paper with an opinio* ♦ ♦ ♦♦•♦■♦-♦■•♦-♦♦♦-♦■•f-f-f-f-f* WEATHER—Showers tonight; Tuesday partly cloudy. DELAWARE, OHIO, MONDAY EVE NING, MAY 28, 1916. VOLUME 74. NO. W. PRICE TEN CENTS PER WEEK 6F PLACED ■JOIST San Francisco Is Probable Post of Wesleyan's President. OLDHAM TO KOREA Has Stated That Work in That Country Has Appeal for Him. A BITTER DISCUSSION On Amusement Question Is Expected During This Week's Sessions. HEXTCANS PUT YANKEE OUT OF ACTION, fll/P [If AR ! IH SUNDAY iSHION ART LEAGUE IS PUT TO ROUT: COAST BATHING GIRLS GO SLEEVELESS Special to The Journal-Herald. Saratoga, N. Y., May 22.—Assign- nii*nts for newly elected bishops held tin' center of interest today when the Methodist Episcopal conference convened for its fourth week's work. It is regarded as certain that Bishop William F. Oldham, former pastor of Broad Street M. E. church, Columbus, 0., and later secretary of the board of foreign missions, will be assigned to Seoul, Korea. Bishop Oldham has had wide experience in the foreign field, and has stated that the work in Korea would appeal to him. liishop Herbert Welch, president of Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, O., probably will be stationed ai San Francisco, it Is said. liishop Adna W. Leonard of Seattle probably will go to Buenos Ayres, Argentine. Bishop Thomas Nicholson probably will reside in Chicago. Bishop Charles B. Mitchell will be assigned to Helena, Mont. Although there was some talk of a change, it is now regarded as certain that Bishop William F. Anderson will be returned to Cincinnati. The conference will take final action this week on the amusement <juestion. Two reports have been submitted, one urging that the clause in the church discipline prohibiting dancing, card playing and theater going, under pain of expulsion, be stricken out. The other report recommends that the amusement ban be retained. Bitter debate on the issue is in prospect. Last week the conference voted, by an overwhelming majority, against going on record as opposed to the use of tobacco by laymen. And One Woman Is Kilk;. in Wreck Near Akrcn Monday Morning. ^rfc'Ak.«w - svcriaaeatyvtv Corporal Richard Tannous. Corporal Richard Tannous of the 13th cavalry was wounded in the fight at ParraL With a squad of men Tannous was passing unobtrusively through the Mexican town when a volley of shots fired by Mexicans passed them.' • The Americans best a haety retreat, but the firing continued and ,. Tannous waa shot through the ajja. By I'nited Pri ss. Columbus, O., M;i --. -Five Ohio- ans are dead today and in Injured as the result of Sunday auto accidents. Four were killed when a Pennsylvania train struck a machine driven by Frank Wilson at a crossing near .Newcomers-town, Tuscarawas county. The dead, Mrs. Frank Wilson, Paul- Ine Wilson, .Mrs. E. E. Purdy, l.o- raine Purdy. Wilson and three other occupants wen- seriously injured. Going for help after his auto had crashed into a telephone pole, Roy Greiner, 29, fell from a bridge into Mud river, near Springfield II'- was found later, having walked hah i mile to a road, with his skull fractured. He died in an ambulance. Crayton Xorman, William Lockard and Lloyd Tldrlck were injured when Norman's machine turned over near West Lafayette. Dr. J. H. Neese of Treont, and two friends were injured when N'eese's auto crashed into a telephone pole near Springfield. BiilS MOVE IK WAKE OF THE TOPS And Commit Depredations and Spread Terror in the Villages. FOUR BANDS ACTIVE Said to Consist of Fifty to Seventy- Keep Well Behind Troops. Victoria Wolf in prize winning costume, photographed during bath girls' parade. Los Angeles, Cal., May 22.—The mandates of the Fashion Art League will be defined by the fair sea bath-, ers at southern California beaches. When that serious minded body solemnly proclaimed sleeves lor fem'nine bathing auiiu. they went too far for the pretty nii'ids that haunt the beaches tbe year round. "Knees may show, but elbows are tabee," declared the Fashion Art League. "The long sleeves gives tbe bather a coquettish appearance.' Whereat open rebellion was declared at Long Beech, Seal Beach, Redondo lieach, Huntington Beach, Balboa, Ocean Park, Venice and Santa Monica. "If we must wear long sleeves in the surf to be coquettish, we will sacrifice coquetry for comfort," declared the mermaids In chorus, and the. sleeveless sea suits for spring give no Indication that the Fashion Art League is on earth or ever had issued a decree. Early arrivals indicate that striking colors and daring styles will pre-! dominate. The lead in fashions on the beaches surrounding Los Angeles usually is taken by the moving picture actresses—several thousand of whom are engaged in the sixty odd film manufacturing plants adjacent to the Pacific ocean. The canoe girl, the hiking enthusiast, the angling maid and all other outdoor devotees, are going in for ease rather than style, but withal have not secrafieed the paramount cloth design of a typical mermaid, hat, shoes, stockings and trimmings o!' old gold: Miss Victoria Wolf, second, apricot suit, trimmed with white, white stockings and sash; Miss Claire Alexander, third, cerise and white Blllv suit. KIIiLED AT AKRON. Akron, May 22—Mrs. Frank Rock- j well, Jr., wife of the son of former Mayor Rockwell, was killed instantly at an early hour this morning; her husband's shoulder was broken and Mrs. R. A. Huber, wife of the business manager of the Akron Press was internally injured when an auto in which they were returning from Canton skidded and turned turtle. IS FIGHTING Now Engaged with British Forces in Garden of Eden Region. Hy I'nited Press. London. May 22.—For the first time since the beginning of the war Russian and English land forces are now fighting side by side—in the Garden of Eden region of Mesopotamia. News of the bold dash of the Russian cavalry squadron into the British camp east of the Kut-El-Amara [consideration of the eternal femi- j caused more astonishment in Lon- THE TYROL Italian Forces Unable Halt Invasion, Says Vienna Report. to By United Press. Vienna, May 22.—Massing in heavy force on the southern Tyrol front Italians are making desperate but unsuccessful attempts to stem the Austrian invasion of Italy. Throughout Saturday the Italian commanders hurled their Alpine forces at the Austrian crown prince's lines in desperate counter attacks. Each onslaught was repulsed. An official statement from the Austrian war office reports the capture of several more Italian positions and the taking of three thousand prisoners. A"bout 16,000 Italians including many officers have been captured since the Austrians began their offensive a week ago. nine. Outing costumes will be "nifty," say the arbiters, and they usually know. Tho "Bathing Girls' Parade," an annual function at Venice by tin- sea, participated in by more than one hundred young women, brought out every variety of suit. "Low- necked socks" and powdered knees were in evidence, but no sleeves. The one-piece suit retained its popularity and ideas of the riot of colors may be obtained from the following awards of prizes; Miss Mabel Johnson, first, silver A XEW APPOINTEE. Columbus, May 22.—C. J. lirown, Republican, [Manchester, today was appointed assistant statistician in the secretary of state's office at $1,350 a year. The appointment is temporary. don than the reports of the arrival of the first Russian contingents in France. Advance rumors of the coming of the Russians to Marseilles bad reached here but last night's bulletin from the war office was tlie' first intimation that any Slav force was within 150 miles of tli<* British forces. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Oddities in News Today OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO NEW YORK—"Vernon looks just 1-o-v-e-l-y in his uniform" was the ecstatic word brought back from England by Mrs. Vernon Castle, who, with her pet monkey, arrived on the St. Louis. Vernon is a British aviator. NEW YORK —Plain juries may value kisses up into the thousands but John D. Rockefeller paid just five cents for an oscillatory caress and said kiss came from his four-year- old grandson Winthrop. STILLWATER, X. J.—One ton of Hooeys shook up the town today. They were the seven sons and three daughters of Daniel Hooey, celebrating his 71st birthday. The Hooeys are all of big frame, the boys all averlng 2."e". CHICAGO- If William Woodheft didn't have such big feet he would never have been arrested. Police searching for him on an embezzlement charge wen- about to quit when they discovered his number twelves protruding from beneath a bed. CHICAGO In a loop revival meeting last night Bixtf newsboys laid down their "poipers" long enough to take the anti-clgaret pledge. OF SUICIDE. STRUCK HY HALL. DIES Detroit, Mich., May 22.—Detroit's ' first baseball fatality of the year was -recorded today with George White. 22, factory employe, as the victrm. In a game between the married i ami the single men of the Michigan j Lubricator Company, White was struck below the heart ball. He ran to first just as be rounded the | was recently married. CAVALRY RETURNS To Scatter Raiders by Order of Pershing False Rumors Are Started. by a pitched ut fell dead eag. White Of Marian Lambert, Present as Witness Against Orpet, FLEETS OF IKE BALTIC ENGAGED? By I'nited Press. Waukegan. 111., May 22. Marian Lambert, for whose murder Win. II. Orpet is on trial, had no thought of suicide on the day she met Orpet in Helm's Woods Josephine Marian's closest (hum. who will be a principal witness for the state at the trial, declared today. "Marian knew that her worries over her physical condition were at an end," Miss Davis said, "and she realized that her love for Orpet had grown cold. She had determined in forget her romance with Will. She was not even jealous of Will's reported engagement to Celestia Youker. Thy last thing Marian would think oil would be suicide sin- was a relig-j ions girl and that idea was abhor- ] rent to her." i Mon- rapid progress in the case was expected today. When the first panel of jurors permanently accepted work of filling the jury box was to be pushed. NOUMIB WOMEN ME GATHERING In New York for Women's Clubs Conclave—Husbands Also There. By I'nited Press. Columlius. X. M.. May 23.—Four bands of Mexican bandits are moving north in the- wake of the withdrawing American troops, committing depredations and spreading terror in the villages. This report was brought, to the Columbus base today. It is believed the Mexicans who fired on 13 troopers of the Seventh cavalry, wounding one. were members of one of these bands. These bandits are moving in bands of trom fifty to seventy and have kept far enough behind the ri tiring Americans to avoid a clash. Many inhabitants of the region around San Antonio are fleeing north in wake of the American troops. General Pershing has sent back cavalry detachments to attack and disperse' these bands. Stories that the American troops are withdrawing because Villa had recovered and was recruiting an army to fight the American troops, have bee.n circulated among the Mexican peons and are believed responsible for the new outbreak of banditry. Hy United Press. New York. May • i ll.WEKl' overcoats, ing their OWD ters here. Thej M »SS. — Over 100 ind \'-sts are await- I ollce headi-iiar- ii' seized by two sheriffs who raided a cock fight. HUGHES WAY AHEAD. Portland. Ore., May 22.—Late returns today from Friday's presidential primary gave Justice Hughe plurality eef 27,000 with 30 per cent of the vote still unreturned. The vote stands Hughes 50,257, Cummins 23,705, with Burton trailing far behind. ti amount t<j .em in the- entiri His nami did not appear on the bal- lot. COMMEND THE CHOICE. Columbus, May 22.—Robert J. Odell, Columbus, president of the association of former pupils at the Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home at Xenia, today wrote Governor Willis! mar, according to Stockholm discommending the appointment of for-! patches today, which express the be- fer Judge J. S. Klmbrough, Wilmlng- • lief that the Russian and German ton, as superintendent at the home, j fleets have been engaged. By United Press. Copenhagen, May 22. — Violent cannonading has been heard in the Baltic off of the Swedish port of Kal- lSIKREI l> ACCUSE©. London. May 22 Viscount Midle- ton, forme (-secretary of war, today ton, former secretary of war, today chief sceretary ror Ireland, of lax dealings with the Irish rebels, in testimony before tlie royal commission investigating the rebellion. "I notified the Irish government that the Sinn Feiners were becoming active and declared 1 thought the government program inadequate to cope with him." said Midleton. "I particularly urgcel the disarming of the volunteers.' I BIG INCREASE. Columbus, May 22. Tire and Rubber Company, Akron, j today became a \ orpora- ; tion when it .va by the , secretary ol sta ease its pr.-.-:- ent $7,000,000 preferred -lock to $25,000,000. The companj already has $25,000,000 common stock The state netted an $18,000 fee by the increase. Cleveland—Holding a rosary aloft, Joseph A. Aust, ti:'.. waded into Lake Erie and drowned. ^^^^^^^^^^ —There iee. nearly 2it.inin women here night from out of town and about leiiiii members of the lone liuslrrbiel s ein i, The first will be the delegates to the convention of the Generall | Federation of Women's Clubs and He- -ee-oiid the one thousand will be the husbands thereof. The- duty of the mere males is to hang around hotels, escort spouses to ami from the Seventh regiment armory, the convention meeting place, act as a carry-all of millinery, dress samples and the like and to look just as comfortable as possible at teas, luncheons and other strictly feminine functions Ich happen in connection with the vention; also strictly confidential] : they are to be around as exhibits, i Today's progra tn • a - cial. The ie was ie. i and an equal 1] big dinner with the ■ , and organizing the convention on the i ni.'. Presidential politics was already ng over todaj. It will be the east agalnsl the weal In this strug- j gle—Mrs. Samuel II. Sneath of Tit- fin, O., against Airs, Josiah Evans Lo \ngeli Some ter I vid forensic forums are predicted. SERIOUS ARE THE ISSUES AT ASSEMBLY Stenbenville, O., May 22.—Their demand for 25 cents a day more pay refused, over 2,000 organized clay workers went on striae today, forcing 13 brick and sewer pipe factories In the Toronto district to close down. The plants are located at Toronto, Empire and Stratton. By I'nited Press. Atlantic City. \ .1.. Mat 22.— Further time for report on the charges of heterodoxy against the Xew York Pri and I'nion The- logical Seminar) was request tl*-* general ' dy to- ■ L. by the committee to which the dispute was referred. Ti was grant The committee held tin* aerious- ■ ■■ thi essi.e" ! made ris;- ld investigation tie i ssary. The rupture bel • ■ < n the i and , :.. : i i ven nearer toda; ; orted that ihe- Xew Yo I presented to the committee an ultimatum detailing I ■ w b ■• nl ■ for the I I'nion gr whose teachings the Cincinnati Presbytery held » -erting thai they will not a« epl censure, effort to suppress it. a pamphie ; Re . Jol D the New Vork Presbytery on church heresies was circulated here today. ALFONSO FOR PEACE. Madrid. Ma; »%.-. King Alfonso may initiate peace negotiations in the near future Madrid papers stated today. Tbe Spanish ruler plans to first sound out peace sentiment in each of the belligerent countries. If the results are satisfactory he will send two Spanish statesmen to belligerent capitals to work out plans for a truce. WANT Vl<TOR. I IK-* I Paris. May $2.- "Peace can only come through a decisive allied victory," Premier Brland told a di tion from the Russian damn today. Cincinnati—While trying to break up a fist fight between three men. John Cummins. 44. was struck on the head with a brick and died McDonald — Seven laborers were injured when 15. & O. engine struck a railroad motor truck filled with laborers.
|Title||The Daily journal-herald. (Delaware, Ohio), 1916-05-22|
Delaware County (Ohio)
|Date of Original||May 22, 1916|
|Submitting Institution||Delaware County Historical Society|
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THE DAILY JOURNAL-HERALD
THE JOURNAL-HERALD RECEIVES THE FULL UNITED PRESS WIRE NEWS REPORTS
♦ »»-pHE latest news earUest; ♦
♦ a paper with an opinio* ♦
WEATHER—Showers tonight; Tuesday partly cloudy.
DELAWARE, OHIO, MONDAY EVE NING, MAY 28, 1916.
VOLUME 74. NO. W.
PRICE TEN CENTS PER WEEK
San Francisco Is Probable
Post of Wesleyan's
OLDHAM TO KOREA
Has Stated That Work in
That Country Has Appeal for Him.
A BITTER DISCUSSION
On Amusement Question Is
Expected During This
HEXTCANS PUT YANKEE OUT OF ACTION, fll/P [If AR
! IH SUNDAY
iSHION ART LEAGUE IS PUT TO ROUT:
COAST BATHING GIRLS GO SLEEVELESS
Special to The Journal-Herald.
Saratoga, N. Y., May 22.—Assign-
nii*nts for newly elected bishops held
tin' center of interest today when
the Methodist Episcopal conference
convened for its fourth week's work.
It is regarded as certain that
Bishop William F. Oldham, former
pastor of Broad Street M. E. church,
Columbus, 0., and later secretary of
the board of foreign missions, will
be assigned to Seoul, Korea. Bishop
Oldham has had wide experience in
the foreign field, and has stated that
the work in Korea would appeal to
liishop Herbert Welch, president
of Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, O., probably will be stationed
ai San Francisco, it Is said.
liishop Adna W. Leonard of Seattle probably will go to Buenos Ayres,
Argentine. Bishop Thomas Nicholson probably will reside in Chicago.
Bishop Charles B. Mitchell will be
assigned to Helena, Mont.
Although there was some talk of
a change, it is now regarded as certain that Bishop William F. Anderson will be returned to Cincinnati.
The conference will take final action this week on the amusement