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( \J ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦■♦••♦■♦♦♦♦•♦•♦♦ ♦ ^ ♦ > 13* '** *"* favorite Home ♦ ♦ XJ Newspaper in Delaware ♦ ♦ ♦ ■♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ THE DAILY JOURNAL-HERALD THE JOURNAL-HERALD RECEIVES THE FULL UNITED PRESS WIRE SFWS HKfOWW ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦■♦' ♦ ♦ ♦ X TEWS when it it to news; ♦ ♦ 1\ our ad* linng remitts ♦ ♦ ♦ *-> + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + WHATHKR—Probably showers tonight and Friday; warmer tonight. -- ii i BAKER SOUNDS IPCSTPIT DELAWARE, OHIO, THURSDAY F> VKNINU, Jl'NE 1, I«l«. \Oi.l"ME 71. NO. :5». PK1CE TEN CENTS FEK WEEK PLATFORM liy United I ' imbus, June 1.—Wtih general agreement among leaden to postpone the adoption of a state platform until the Brat wi-"k in September, the Democratic state convention here today did little besides naming the pre Idential electors and eulogizing I're- idem Wilson and other leaders It vm ■ love feast, marked by much oratory. Secretary of War Baker, as temporary chairman, sounded the 'keynote" <n behalf of the national administration, and Senator Pomerene, as permanent chairman, promised Democratic victory in nation and state in November. To adil to the general harmony, candidates in the August primary agreed not to a.-k any endorsemi nU The plan of the leaders. which the convi ntion was to be asked to accept, call- for the opening of the Ohio Campaign in Columbus the flrsl week in September with President Wilson a1- the chief attraction. At that time the delegates to today's state convention will return and adopt their state platform. A resolution committee wan organised and elected Ed 11. Moore Youngslowu, chairman, and William Green. Coshocton, secretary. The committee unanimously voted that a state platform be adopted after the August primaries. The complete text of Secretary Baker's address is to he found on page three MS GIRL A HE BUI HE LL E3JCE In this cemetery lie thousands of French soldiers killed in Verdun battles. In front of their resting place there flows ay a stream nicknamed "Le Ruisseau Rouge" (The Red Creek), so called by the soldiers because time and again its waters have been red with, blood. This cemetery is actually on the Verdun battlefield and the^thousands of graves and crosses may be-hombarded and tramped over any time. Provides* tory ol two lovers attempted to die ■ er and a belt, buckle, which saved the life of one was told the Provi- he and the girl were sweethearts and together during the evening. He ha led tevolver with him. Whet! Beatr i this she suggested that it woe nice if they could die together. O'Brien declared he agreed and Hill WORK OiSPLAY 111 inn of in school PUPILS IS SPIES If MRS. SHEPARI) A1S HER ADOPTED /v\. dence police today by James O'Brien, i allowed her to go first whereupon 21, who is held for the murder of she turned the revolver upon herself Beatrice Walter. 1!). The Walter and fired. As she sank dead at bis girl was found dead early today, a feet he declared he attempted to ullet wound in her breast on a lone- end his own life but the bullet struck Bear Field's point. his belt buckle and was deflected. O'Brien, with whom she left for The police scout the suicide theory a walk last evening, reported her absolutely and will charge him with death to her father and to the po- murder when he Is arraigned tomor- Aceordittg to O'Brien's story row. BY PERRY ARNOLD. I'niied Press staff Oesvesssassgenrt, Chicago, June 1.—The campaign of Frank Hitchcock for Justice Charles Hughes appeared today to have united the anti-Hughes elements in the stand-pat Republican ranks with the Roosevelt Republicans in ■ concerted attack on Hughes with a possible agreement on Roosevelt in the offing. Around candidates' row at the hotels today there was every indication that a combine against Hughes is under way. The situation, however, was muddled I bit by the arrival today of William Barnes, Jr., ol New V'ork, foe of the colonel. Barnes, it is said, may hold the key to the situation The arrival here of Senator Bolte Penrose of Pennsylvania was anxiously awaiied. There was an undercurrent of feel- l ing that Penrose, even mote than Barnes, holds the situation in bis hands. If he jumps to Roosevelt, as it has been rumored he would, the battle is over, politicians say; if he fights against the colonel, then it Is a free-for-all. PARTIES 10 BID FOR THE WOMEN VOTE By I'nited Press. Chicago, June 1.—The Republican, Democratic, Progressive and Prohibition parties are ready to bid for the support of the woman's party in the 1916 presidential race, it was learned today. The woman's party convention beginning June 5 will be addressed by speakers from each of these four parties and a suffrage resolution will be Introduced before the resolutions committee of each. IiO.VCSHOREMEN STRIKE. San Francisco, June 1.—Promptly at 6 a. m. today 10,000 Longshoremen at every American port on the Pacific coast quit work. Activity virtually halted on San Francisco's water front as well as on the docks of Seattle, Portland, Tacoma, Oakland, San Diego, Los Angeles and many other cities. An m, . , . work done >j the students of the Delaware High school under the capable due. tion . i Humphries is on dii laj at thi Cat library and iras :..i o • u o Harry Brothers and Ho:.art R< being especially line In •'. ment. In the mechanical department, th« work ol Robert i: ddle, ■ junior and public for the litst time Wednesday son of Mr. C. W. Riddle, stands out evening Spie: i ■ ;- especiall) good although man) color, pen and inK sketches and .n others hav« fine i .hibits. .\ . the mechanical departments is shown ; low, made with cardboard, hut to and the exhibit i.- a highly commend- plans made by himself. Is an espee- able one, reflecting great credit upon ially int-resting feature of Robert' Miss Humphries and her pupils. [ Riddle's exhibit. Among others who la the still life charcoal drawings! have shown gr«at ability in house and water-colors the exhibit is filled; designs and floor plans are L. T with many interesting pieces. Of the ■ Thomson, K. II Heckelman. Robert seniors whose work is shown here. I l.ongwell and K. S. Starr. The nia- Mlss Josephine Bowers. Miss Dorothy Weiser. Miss Lena Harris, Miss Kdlth Baker, Miss Marian Boggs and Miss Marian Wallace have some splendid chine cross sections and mechanical lettering exhibits are splendid for the high school pupils. Some design! in commercial pos- work. In the pastel work, the pieces ters are shown by Leo Wilson which of Miss Fern Shannon which are on'are very fine indeed and Harry Wil- display are exceedingly well done. ' lis has done some fine work in the Miss Charlotte Malshury has some ' drawing of house plans and eleva- splendid work as representative of tions. The exhibit is one of 'he best the junior class. 'ever shown by the high school pu- Some very clever pen drawings in pils and many are taking advantage black and white are shown, the work of the opportunity to see it. IS PLAY AND PAGEANT, PLANNED ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ PERKINS HAS HIS 0LIVE An exhibit of the sewing which ' has been done by the pupils of the city sewing class which has been conducted by the past few years by a number of Delaware ladles and of 1 which Mrs. L. Slack is the superin- ' tendent, is on display at the city li- , brary and is attracting much attention. Handkerchiefs, apron, dollies and many articles to wear have ! been made by these children from : seven to twelve years of age in an ! excellent manner. Of special inter- 1 est Is an apron which is the work of 'Alice Stlckney, aged 12 years, who does all her sewing with her left hand as her right arm Is paralyzed. By United Press. Chicago, June 1.—George W. Perkins brought the olive branch to the G. O. P. again today. The Bull Moose chieftain after greeting Chairman Hilles of tne Republican national committee at the Blackstone, announced that the Progressives will s'and on the statement they outlined In January, indicating they will support any candidate—not necessarily Roosevelt—who stands for Progressive principles. INDIANAPOLIS—Unable to per- isuade his wife to leave-her home in | Pittsburg and live with him for one (year, Henry Cline will lose $15,000 which was left him by Henry Schwartz, a wealthy New York 'broker. NEW YORK — Lillian Russell, auctioneering tickets fpr the suffrage cause, blushed when she was mistaken for Marie Dressier, and Marie returned the compliment when she was mistaken for Lillian. ♦ On the evening of Tuesdav, Junel^. 6th, the annual high school play will1 4. be given in the opera house and on '■ ♦ the following day an Elizabethan pageant will be presented in "The! Glen," by the pupils of the city schools, from the tiny tots in the first grade to high school seniors, it was at first planned to have the play , and the pageant both at "The Glen," on the same day, but the present arrangement, while less picturesque, will give the audience greater comfort and ease in hearing the play. The presentation of "The Tempest" on Tuesday night ought to put an appreciative public in the mood for an enthusiastic Shakespearean celebration on Wednesday afternoon when all the delights of Elizabethean sports, music and quaint costumes may be found in the pageant. There will be plenty of fun and variety in the entertainment. The ushers at the pageant will be dressed in Elizabethan costume and girls, also in the costume of Shakespeare's time, will pass through the audience selling cakes made according to the re- cipes of Queen Elizabeth's day, although produced in the extremely modern domestic science department of the high school. Admission to the play will be 'Jac and 10c extra for reserved seats. Ad- ♦ ♦ ♦ WHAT WILL SHK BO? ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ delegates were wondering to- ♦ 4- ♦ the statuesque beauty who ♦ ♦ started the near stamnede ♦ ♦ for Roosevelt at the 1912 G. ♦ ♦ O. P. convention, is planning ♦ I ♦ to repeat the stunt. Mrs. ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ WHAT WILL SHK BO? By United Press. Chicago, June 1.—G. O. P. delegates were wondering today if Mrs. Wm. A. Davis, the statuesque beauty who started the near stampede for Roosevelt at the 1912 G. O. P. convention, is planning to repeat the stunt. Mrs. Davis said today she has a ticket to the convention. The old guard, she said, has been trying to learn what she plans to do. "If they don't behave, I'll gather twenty thousand T. R. boosters and go through the hall like a cyclone, she said. OF U. 5. TROOPS ">\ t'ARl. H. filtoAT within a week failed Prate stall OwiSMpeetaamt. lor ten days, informing Carranza of Washington, June l. There will 1 rejection of his request and railing ■thdrawul of American troops attention to misstatements of "fact from Mexico at Carranza's request. I about the Mexican situation, contaui- lustead the administration will issuejed in his latest withdrawal demand*. IS. MIES, NEW [EM OF WOMEN'S FEDERATION By I'nited Press. liveliest campaigns in the federa- N'ew York, June 1.—Mrs. Josiah tions history. Evans Cowies of Los Angeles, is the Today marks the wind up of the new president of the General Federa- convention. Due to the rapid suction of Women's Clubs. This was cession of events naany of the woman I conceded by supporters and opposi- were completely fagged out as early tlon al.ke today, preliminary to ofti- as two days ago and started for their cial announcement to be made at homes. Fully five hundred left be- BOon She won over Mrs. Samuel B. Sneath of Tiffin. O., in one of the fore the election yesterday, the count of the tellers showed. FACES PEN ON A WHITE SLAVE CHARGE PARDON BD. TURNS DOWN MANY CASES Mrs. Finley J. Shepard and Flnley J, Jr. This picture of the former Helen Gould was taken a few days ago at the anntsai garden Party of the Army Belief Society at Governor's- Island Finley J.. Jr., the Shepards' 'adopted eon, *as also there and he is re- Bi-ted to have had a most enjoyable '. 'jOOOOOOO'' o o o o o c noooo000000000r O o f Oddities in I News Today [ *■♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•♦■♦■♦•♦•♦•♦♦•♦•♦ ♦ -f ♦ BUCKEYE BRIEFS ♦ ♦- ♦ t- ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦t|r. ♦♦*♦■••♦♦■•••♦ ♦ Elyria—Five hundred retail clerks and meat cutters here have organized a union. -_ Cleveland — Matt Glaser, Cincinnati, was here today to organize anti- Wiliis sentiment and support for R. \ Mack, dry leader of Hamilton. Napoleon—Three couples were injured when an automobile plunged 'over a 15-foot embankment. Tiffin—Dr. Edward H. Sting was killed and Edward L Thatcher was injured when their auto turned turtle. Cleveland Five hundred toothache chasers arrived here today for o child and the :OC C COO OOOOO DO'JC 00 000000 make another visit soon. VO! i\ Or, Muirsry 1; , By United Press. Indianapolis, June 1—Frank Ga- riepy, white slaver, today faced seven years in the federal pen at Atlanta, Ga., as the result of a sentence imposed by Judge Anderson in federal court. Gariepy whose home is in Stoy, Ills., and who is said to have a wife and ten children at Find- lay, O., was found guilty of transporting Loy Ransford. an innocent the fifty-ninth annual northern Ohio country girl of Sullivan. Ind., to Ful- dental convention lerton, California. The girl is now , the mother of a seven months old >tork is expected to TKOY. O President Wilson' By United Press Columbus, June I.—The state par , ' , . . . ,ir|'" I commutation of the jaii sentence of don board meeting here today, re- , president, and putting 6 to S against j- fused clemency to 18 out of 21 con- T. R. Roosevelt is gro ing in raver, victs whose applications for release the odds against him Saturdaj being from the penitentiary were submitt- 7 to g, ed. In the list of those turned down CLEVELAND Martin Sanders has were nine murderers ordered a glass house for his dog.: CHK MX) Wamln Hiiba. aged 4, Chiquita, formerly owned b Panoho liked policemen so well that she ran Greenville- M. F. Borror, 40, ad- Villa. The dog house wj I i way from home and played at the mission to the pageant will be 10c, dress unknown, was killed by a Big ened to Sanders' auto Th Cor i - :• Is it In a *6i .000 damage ecause, it Is al-i CLEVELAND More jobs. morV legod. hi igi we 1 boy's food, more garbage. That's the re- Illness correctly The boj died ami M»lt "f prosperity here, says Georg* his mother demand- damt Reynold*, who has put on 40 addi NEW YORK Wall -met is offer- tional wagons to collect food scraps ing even money that Hughes will receive the Republican nomination for. Cornelia Ferguson, designed to get her out of jail before her child , was born, arrived 24 hours too late. The child died. HEWITT RUN AGAINST WILLIS for children and 15c for adults. Four train at Ansonia. here is too chilly for By I ruled Pre**. Columbus (>.. June I.—.lames M. I'm. former governor of Ohio, to-lay announces at the state IteniocratJ)' convention that he will file papers for climate: South Chicago station house three the guliernatorial nomination within purp. before her parents found her. a few days.
|Title||The Daily journal-herald. (Delaware, Ohio), 1916-06-01|
|Place||Delaware (Ohio); Delaware County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||June 1, 1916|
|Submitting Institution||Delaware County Historical Society|
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♦ XJ Newspaper in Delaware ♦
THE DAILY JOURNAL-HERALD
THE JOURNAL-HERALD RECEIVES THE FULL UNITED PRESS WIRE SFWS HKfOWW
♦ X TEWS when it it to news; ♦
♦ 1\ our ad* linng remitts ♦
*-> + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
WHATHKR—Probably showers tonight and Friday; warmer tonight.
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DELAWARE, OHIO, THURSDAY F> VKNINU, Jl'NE 1, I«l«.
\Oi.l"ME 71. NO. :5».
PK1CE TEN CENTS FEK WEEK
liy United I '
imbus, June 1.—Wtih general
agreement among leaden to postpone
the adoption of a state platform until the Brat wi-"k in September, the
Democratic state convention here today did little besides naming the
pre Idential electors and eulogizing
I're- idem Wilson and other leaders
It vm ■ love feast, marked by
Secretary of War Baker, as temporary chairman, sounded the 'keynote"