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i l> ***************** * [AKE shopping easier by ♦ reading our ads today * M ***************** THE DAILY JOURNAL-HERALD THE JOURNAL-HERALD RECEIVES THE FULL UNITED PRESS WIRE NEWS REPORTS ***************** * 4 * "V[BWS when it is sews; * * il our ads bring remUSs * * ♦ ***************** WEATHER—Fair tonight with heavy frost; Wednesday fair, slightly warmer. DELAWARE, OHIO. TUESDAV EVENING, OCTOBER 17, 1»1«J. VOLUME 74. NO. 157. PRICE TEN CENTS E STATEMENT OF FAILURE TO This Unusual Prima Donna Scrubs Floors and Goes Alone to Market TOGETHER TO SAVE POLISH Hy K. J. BENDER United l»ress Stall t:<»rresi>on<lent Shadow Lawn, N. J., Oct. 17.—Be- ■cattee. important difference still exist between the allied and central powers under which supplies may be sent to starving Poland, President Wilson today announced he had "not yet been successful ln Inducing the powers to conclude a definite settlement." Some weeks ago the president -wrote a letter to the king of England, president of France, czar of Russia, emperor of Germany, and emperor of Austria, urging their co-operation ln alleviating the suffering of tbe Polish people. Today be issued a statement admitting bis efforts had been In vain. The announcement follows: ject of ways and means for the saving of the people who still survive, be given the further benevolent consideration of your majesty's government. While no one can fail to appreciate the sufferings and sacrifices of the people primarily engaged in the existing war, nor the difficulties in the way of alleviating the hardships of those who are the incidental sufferers from the war, the death by slow or rapid starvation of millions of innocent people is so awful a fact that such an outcome should be averted if it is within the compass of human effort to avert it. In the effort to avert it I confidently pledge the co-operation of the people of the . United States, if only the way can be ! found to make their co-operation ef- | fectlve. May I therefore be permitted I to suggest that an entirely fresh eon- "I have not received replies from I sideration be given to tbe possibility the king of England, the president of j and method of relief for Poland and France, the emperor of Germany, the I to tender the friendly offices of this emperor of Austria, and the czar of j government in negotiations to this Russia to my letter of July 20, 1916, lend, it being understood that any ln which I tendered the friendly offices of this government in negotiations looking to a fresh consideration Of the possibility and method of relieving Poland. It appears, I greatly regret to say, that there are still important differences between allied and central powers as to the terms under which relief supplies may be sent to plan proposed shall be of such a character as to be adapted to the accomplishment of no other result than that of the relief of the distressed inhabitants of Poland. In conclusion I can only add that it ls my sincere hope that your majesty will see in this note no Intention to interfere with tbe rights and policies of your Poland. I am disappointed that 11 majesty's government, but merely the hare not yet been successful in in-[attempt to express to your majeety ducing the powers to conclude a defl-1 the sympathy and compassion toward nite settlement." I the starring inhabitants of Poland Dr. Has Narrow Escape from Death in Subway Madam Miriam Ai-dini. New York, Oct. 17.—Whether or my love of housework has helped me not there be so rare a thing as a greatly." prima donna without temperament, I Madame Ardini is not only the pos- Madam Miriam Ardini, operatic sessor of an unusual voice, but she soprano, does not pretend to be one. ] has shown talent ln piano compost- But she does insist on the privilege | tion as well. Though her name has of expressing ber temperament in the ' a continental flavor, she was born manner that pleases her. And so in- and bred in New York city. Bonci stead of tearing her hair and having pf the Metropolitan Opera Company tantrums, the methods in highest was the first to hear her and to give favor among the prima donnas, she her encouragement. She determined By I'nited Press. Cleveland, Oct. 17.—A wooden left arm and a trunk check from a hotel are the only identifying marks on the body of a young woman, whose body was found in Rocky river. The body is that of a handsome girl of 22. She wore a white dress and white shoes. Coroner Bryne is conducting an investigation. One theory points to murder while another is that the girl suicided because of the handicap of her wooden arm. Inquiry at the hotel from which the trunk check came failed to disclose the identity of the girl. By United Press. New York, Oct. 17.—Clinging to the door of a subway train. Dr. Ivan Iialabonoff, 60, of Taconia, Wash, narowly escaped death in the tube lasl night before he was "released after the train had proceeded three blocks. A guard closed the door as the physician was entering the car. He was caught between the door and the side of the car with his head and shoulders outside and his legs inside the car. There was such a dense crowd that his plight was not noticed until a passenger saw his legs and yelled to a guard. When the train was stopped, Dr. Balabonoff was dragged to safety. He escaped with a few bruises. DEFACTO HAS FOUR The president's letter to the Eu-1 Mt by the citizens of tha United •erubs the kitchen floor and goes to to study for the operatic stage and ropean rulers, pleading the cause of | State*—a sympathy ajut campaaaion Poland, was also made public today. I which they do not it was as follows: which they do not desire shall be "Your majesty: In view of the I evidenced merely by idle words, but overwhelming disasters which have | which they hope they may be per- befallen the millions of non-combat- | mltted to express by assisting in the ant inhabitants of Poland, I feel justi- J actual work by furnishing food to fled by the universal and honest ex- the starving inhabitants of Poland. pressions of the sympathies of the! "I have the bonor to be, your American people regardless of race j majesty, origin or political sentiment, to sug- "Faithfully yours, marltet alone.; lander the direction ot Williakn S. Since her young girlhood Madame Brady and Maesto Guagni she ad- Ardini has loved the chores of the vanced rapidly. She soon left for housewife. She loves to cook and several years' study abroad. gest to your majesty that the sub- "WOODROW WILSON. DAUGHTER Nearly Strangled by Corn Lodged in Throat By United Press. Indianapolis, Oct. 17.—Physicians at Methodist hospital today said Samuel Martindale, 5, of Blooming- ton, would recover although he was nearly strangled by a grain of corn. After the corn lodged in tbe lad's throat his parents rushed bim 53 miles to Indianapolis in an auto for treatment. MAYOR WIEE By United Press. Chicago, Oct. 17.—Miss Dem Roberts, 16, who shot her father, Dr. Grant J. Roberts, a dentist, three times last night, was arrested here early today. The father is in a dangerous condition. Miss Roberts confessed the shooting today and said she had resolved to kill her father unless tie consented to return to her mother from whom he ls estranged. Dr. Roberts formerly was In the U. S. medical corps ln the Canal Zone and Ib well known here. He was taken to the Norwegian hospital after the shooting where an operation was performed. His condition is dangerous. To the police Miss Rob- By United Press erts said she was taking one of her! Chicago, Oct. 17.—Mayor Thomp- customary evening walks with her I son will be called to the stand to de- father. She Uvea with her aunt and fend bis administration of vice III DEFENSE wash dishes, to go to market and | barter for vegetables. And as she has never found that these things Impair her voice she has continued tbem. "On the contrary, I find that work about the house is a refreshing diversion after a day of music. Everyone knows the rest and repose to be had In a new train of thought after one has been working hard in some other direction and I have found that Upon her return to America Madame Ardini amazed her friends with the advance in her singing, but also in the culinary wonders she had learned to perform. And she was as proud of ber work in the kitchen as the work she did on the stage. She is soon to make her first appearance on the New York operatic stage and after a short season will leave for Italy, where sbe will create the leading soprano role in a new opera. Ninety Prisoners are Taken by French Troops By United Press. I'aris, Oct. 17.—French troops conquered a number of houses in the village of Sailly-Saillisel, northeast e.f CoAblea last night, it was officially announced today and repulsed several German counter attacks. Ninety prisoner! were taken. AIDING III CONVICT OF EMPLOYER By United Press. New York, Oct. 17.—Out of Sing Sing death house to give evidence that may make another man his companion there, weasel-eyed little Gae- teno Montimagno waa in court here today as star witness against Michael A. Rotrano. rhargad with murder- Rofrano, broken boss of little Italy aad former deputy street cleaning commissioner of tow York, is on trial for the killing of Mike Gaimari, his political enemy. Montimagno says Rofrano gave him $300 and a dirk to stab Gaimari to death. "Have you the courage?" Montimagno says Rofrano asked him, "to stab someone?" "Yes, why not?" the condemned man said he answered. Rofrano. he said, then gave him a knife and a gun a foot long and told him to use them if trouble started over politics. "That is the man I mean," said Montimagno in Italian, pointing to FOR GOOD OF GAME IF. HUM met Dr. Roberts near her home. After he refused to yield to her pleas to return to her mother who ls believed to be In New Orleans, Miss Roberts drew a revolver, she says, and shot him three times. Sbe was arrested at her aunt's home. Her mental condition will be examined today. CINCINNATI — "Married women, preferably mothers, make better humane officers than do college graduates," Mrs. V. A. F. Dustln told the convention of the American Humane Association. CHAGRIN FALLS — Maybe absence makes the heart grow fonder but David W. Keck hasn't lived with his wife for 20 years and now he wants a divorce. charges when Chief Justice Alson's municipal court opens here today. It is expected he will answer testimony that vice conditions were at their worst in tbe early months of his administration made yesterday by Rev. Myron B. Adams, who was testifying ln the hearing on an application for a warrant to arrest Chier of Police Healey. CLEVELAND — A slap in the face ls worth $600. A jury awarded Mrs. Henrietta Jacobson that amount in her suit against Mrs. Regina Lore- man. NEWARK -— Mrs. Mabel Rice, 25, shot and killed herself ln the city prison. By United Press. New- York, Oct. 17.—The boom which struck the stock market dur-l Ing the last fifteen minutes of trading yesterday carried over today, leaders adding to the wide gains of tbe exciting closing minutes in early j trading. U. S. Steel opened at a full point advance, selling at 113 7-8. Announcement of foreign holdings of steel today showed that Europe has sold sixty per cent of its holding of steel since the war started and on recent sales reaping a rich harvest of profits on Its investment because of the high quotations of the stock Reports that J. P. Morgan has 1»—*f * Taom** .?" Jf*** j"1 practically completed in London ne-! gotiations for another quarter of a billion dollar British loan to be floated here had bearing on market sentiment today as the bull movement again got under way. FOR DOUBT By United Press. Columbus, Oct. 17.—Before Vice By H. C. HAMILTON United Press Staff Correspondent New York, Oct. 17.—Dave Fultz and all the rest of tbe baseball gang are tearing around New York today emitting howls just like tbey had something to do with the decisions of the national commission. Dave and the rest of them are satisfied there is something radically wrong with the way the world's series is conducted and they're flinging suggestions for its next stand with little regard for the bystander. Fultz, president of the baseball players fraternity, managed to have something to say about the players when he was asked how many games he though should be included in a| world's series, and handed out thej tip that he is getting ready to kick I and kick hard when tbe national aa-, sociation holds it annual meeting Nov. 10 in New Orleans. Fultz said he is tired of the way j the minor leagues have been run and i he proposes to put a stop to it. He, says be has four demands and a: GIVE OUT LOCATION OF VIEEA By I'nited Press. El Paso, Oct. 17.—For the first time since beginning their campaign against Pancho Villa, Mexican defacto government officials admitted the location and importance of the size of the bandit chief's forces when it waa announced today Villa with his main body of 800 well-armed men and more than a thousand recruits partly armed, are near Temosachie, about 150 miles southwest of EI Valle, the southernmost outpost of General Pershing's American expedition. A detachment of Villistas is being sent on into the foot hills of the Serre by Villa according to a message from Trevino, Carranzista commander at Chihuahua City, to General Gonzales at Juarez, to recover machine guns, ammunition and military supplies hidden by the bandit leader months ago. Extinction of tbe population in tbe towns of the state of Zacatecas by starvation is threatened unless aid is given at once, according to a circular from an aid society sent to Juarez. The circular stated 2,000 persons bave died of starvation in the capital of Zacatecas in the past four months, and that typhus and yellow fever epidemics are raging there now. I IFFEIME By I'nited Press. London, Oct. 17.—Aiming to drive a wedge between the Russian and Rumanian armies, the Austro-Ger- mans have launched a great new of- i hunch. The demands are for the bet- Rofrano,~the prisoner. r-0jterment of the game and the hunch j^T~^Ttt-Ti Hs"tern 'fron tier of Rumania little will give more testimony before hejif» "»at the>' wiH 1)e granted. goes back through the door to bis death cell. green i West Rolling in Prosperity By United Press. 1 New York, Oct. 17.—The middle! west's rolling in prosperity, much; interested in the presidential race j and prospects for peace, according to President Frank A. Vanderlip of the National City bank who returned from a trip here today. WINS CASE IN SUPREME 1 THEODORE ROOSEVEET LEFT BOWER 'for Canton at 12:45 Tuesday after- BY J. P. 1 noon, he told a number of local Democrats and newspaper men who called U,Uted ***** iupon bim during the morning at the New York, Oct. 17—Republicai ! Neil House, that he hadn't the slight- iBm today drew out for play its left est doubt about the outcome of the, bower—Theodore Roosevelt. The Strong Teutonic forces, according to Petrograd dispatches, are attacking the Russian front south of Bukowina, near the point where the Russians and Rumanians have joined hands. Tbe Austrian and German war offices announce that the Russians have been driven back at this point. Berlin dispatches report that tin Rumanians are falling back I across their own frontier. Every indication points to the be- j ginning of Von Hindenburg's widely j heralded campaign to crush Ruman- jian. The Teutonic attacks have sur- In the supreme court of Ohio Tues-,denly become more violent south of day the case of Thomas A. Simons Kronstadt, where General Falken- vs. Elizabeth Simons was disposed of. hayn is trying to break through tbo Motion by defendant to strike motion | Predeal pass. Southwest of Kron- to certify record from tiles, sustained, jstadt, the Austro-Germans are at- This case was originally brought tacking in large force and heavy to court on a suit for specific per-j fighting is going on on Rumanian formance of contract and injunction, soil. The son, while living, bought a j — parcel of land and soon afterwards died. The land increased in value and the wife undertook to hold thej same. Tbe father thought that inas-' Calumet, Mich., Oct. 17. The much as the son had died he would .heaviest snowstorm of any fall in tho not allow the original deal to go? last 10 years prevailed in this sec- through. The wife of the decedent ? tion of the copper country today. At HEAVIEST SNOW IN TEN YEARS HITS MICHIGAN took up the case and won in the local courts and now she wins in the supreme court. ST. CLAIR8VILLE — While giving himself up to police claiming he committed an assault on a little girl, James Noling, 48, of Warnock, fell dead ln the county jail corridor. MARION — Will T. Hays, No^- walk, pleads guilty to violating Ohio blue sky law by selling stocks without a license and-, waa fined $200 which was remitted on promise that the offense would not be repeated. presidmtial election. "Everybody is at work, everybody is prosperous, everybody is satisfied land the country is at peace. The Republicans have been unable to show why there should be a change. To my mind, the re-election of the president Is certain," he said. BOWI.INO GREEN -— Trying to push her friend. Mra, Joe Guyman, 68, out of the path of a freight train, Mrs. Charles Hentges met her own death. Colonel left at 10:30 for his big western trip. He is to speak in five states, Kentucky, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado and Illinois. The major part of the colonel's effort will be made in Kentucky, where he is scheduled for thirteen Catch Escaped Convict noon two inches had fallen. Lake Superior shipping was forced to -seek shelter. YOUTH TAKES DKUU AS MOTHER WATCHES, Iilla alias King, is being held today by stops! the police for the Minnesota authori- and short platform speeches before? ties. Kramp was arrested on a tele- swooping down on Louisvilel for hisigram from Stillwater, Minn., which first real offensive of the tour. Of-j stated he had escaped from prison tensive is meant both ways. The col- three years ago and was believed to onel said, upon leaving today, that | be in this city. At first he denied his he intends to make it as much that J identity but later the police say ad- way as possible to the Democrats. mitted being Kramp. Marion, Oct. 17.— "This will end By United Press. | It all," Baid 19-year-old Carl Roused Baltimore, Oct. 17—Joseph Kramp]in the presence of his mother, Mrs. John RouBch, Monday afternoon aa he swallowed poison. He died flvo minutes later. The cause of tbe boy'a suicide is a mystery. CLEVELAND — B-r-r-r it's here. Autumn and judging by the cold breezes sweeping off Lake Erie, winter is in bot pursuit.
|Title||The Daily journal-herald. (Delaware, Ohio), 1916-10-17|
Delaware County (Ohio)
|Date of Original||October 17, 1916|
|Submitting Institution||Delaware County Historical Society|
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THE DAILY JOURNAL-HERALD
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WEATHER—Fair tonight with heavy frost; Wednesday fair, slightly warmer.
DELAWARE, OHIO. TUESDAV EVENING, OCTOBER 17, 1»1«J.
VOLUME 74. NO. 157.
PRICE TEN CENTS
STATEMENT OF FAILURE TO
This Unusual Prima Donna Scrubs
Floors and Goes Alone to Market
TOGETHER TO SAVE POLISH
Hy K. J. BENDER
United l»ress Stall t:<»rresi>on