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♦ 4Ttt+Ttt+++*t+ + V T 4 T ATE8T news earliest; the 9 4 .L/ paper with an opinion ♦ -f 4 ♦ 4t*tftttft + + + l + THE DAILY JOURNAL-HERALD THE JOURNAL HERALD RECEIVES THE FULL UNITED PRESS WIRE NEWS REPORTS ♦ 1V/[AKE "hoppuHt eaeter by ♦ ♦ IVA reading our ads today ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦if WRATH Kit—Part cloudy and slightly colder tonight; -Friday fair. UHLAWAIU.. OHIO, THOIKDAY, EVENING, MARCH 8, 1»17 VOI.I'ME 74. NO. 27" "RlC'E TEN CENTS PER WKEK CAPTURED LEADERS TO BESENTENCED TO DEATH Patriotism Credited With Increased Number Hy United Press. Washington, March 8.—Patriot ism, stirred by international devel- I opments was credited by the war de- I partment today as the reason behind February record recruiting figures- 4S52 men. This figure will be swelled by field enlistments and re-enlistments at posts and stations. Hy FRED 8. FERGUSON. United Press Staff Correspondent. Havana, Mar. 8.—The revolution in Cuba is apparently ended. Capture of ex-President Jose Miguel Gomez and his entire staff, leaders of the in- eurrectors was expected today to be followed by sentence of death on these conspirators. At the same time there were reports current here today tbat the remnants of the rebels in Camaguey have been forced to capitulate. Havane gave Itself over to jubilation today at the coup. All last night the city rang with gayety, celebrating the government's battle by which Gomez was captured—officially stated to have been one of the biggest in tbe history of Cuba. "General Gomez and his whole frtaff of 300 men were taken prison-iis Pla*ying Villa against Carranza. ers by government forces", the offl- great Bums of Germany money are GERMANY IS PLAYING VILLA VS. BRITISH ARMY AGAIN APPROACHES HISTORIC BAGDAD Ry YVERB MILLER. United I'ress Staff Correspondent. Laredo, Texas, Mar. 8.—Germany <ia) announcement declared. "General Gollazo has been in close touch with Gomez for the past three days. I.ast night another column joined in the operations resulting in probably the biggest battle in the history of Cuba. "More than 3000 men participated in the combat. Full details are lacking but It is known that besides prisoners, the rebels lost a hundred killed and many wounded. Among the prisoners are Gomez's son, Miguel Mariano; his secretary, Domaso Pasalodos and Mencias, his son-in- law, with Dr. Matias Duque. "All the prisoners will be tried before the proper tribunals. which the government has given out and which the revolutionary committee in New York has been branding as untrue. It is to be hoped that the American public will show its disapprobation of the methods of Ferrara and his associates, adopted to bring discredit to the United States. "The attitude of the government continues the same. Ample pardon has been offered and will be extended to all who show they are sincerely sorry for their offense against the republic." pouring into the bandit leader's hands inciting him to activity against the United States and against Carranza, while at the same time German agents work through officials or the Carranza government seeking to align that side against the United States. Just back from a trip into the interior of Mexico, I can state these facts on the highest authority: Agents of the German government in Mexico approached Francisco Villa at his headquarters at Bustillo's rach about-Feb. 12, with a proposition to renew his raids on the border in case of a declaration of war between the United States and Ger many. Two German agents reached The eventa fHlly-.BQtt--m~*_poi«*t_« transit Water: Tilt. • coEfCTr-nc. FEDERAL SERVICE CLOSES III New Yorl^, Mar. 8.—As a federal grand jury began today to probe the activities here of Dr. Chandra Cha- kiaberty and Dr. Ernest Sckunner, federal secret service agents throughout the country were believed to-be rapidly closing in on the "master mind" who carried out German plot orders from 76 Wilhelm Strasse Berlin secret service headquarters. Revelations to secret service agents here and in Washington indicate that there is fast coming to light a plot which stretched its mysterious tentacles Into Mexico, Cuba, the Philippines, and wrapped themselves around the Panama canal. Sensational disclosures are expected soon when a new arrest is made. Identity of the man now under eur- velllance haa not been disclosed but hia arrest la expected to be a profoundly surprising disclosure. Papers taken from among the effects of the Hindu and German now held in New Tork revealed to secret service officials code messages from 76 Wilhelm Strausse and mentioned addresses in Petrograd and Paris, Indicating, lt is believed that these arrdesaes, presumably of agents for the Hindu's "nerve pills" were really notations of German agents'. headquarters. A communication signed hy Chin, the mysterious Chinaman who was to have directed a plot in China to smuggle arms and munitions to India, was found. extended over two days. Af first Villa demurred against any attack on the border, in force, under any circumstances. At length an agreement was reached that is case of war Villa would send small bands as unattached bandits to operate at widely separted points along the international line and to make sporadic forays to harass American troops. Under the terms of agreement the German agents promised to pay Villa 500,000 pecos (250,000) in gold at once to seal the compact. He refused to enter into the plot until the first payment was handed over. They agreed to pay a large amount each month thereafter in case of war to enable Villa to pay his men, secure ammunition and build up his shattered forces for a campaign. Among officials in Mexico City stories are afloat that two government officials in the first chief's immediate circle of influential men were co-operating directly with German agents. One of the newspapers in the capital is said to be under subsidy to the Germans to print news from the German angle. In other ways German money and influence are at work to sway the actions of the defacto government. Such efforts are rendered comparatively easy by the cross-currents of jealously and ambition of the different military and political leaders. ENDHHT BEGUN Americans Freely Get Leave from Belgium I -Germany isj to leave Bel- j Washington, Mar. 8. permitting Americans gium freely. Minister Whitlock, at Brussels, in-1 formed the state department today j that none are detained, though immediately after the break subordinate officials did detain some Americans inasmuch as they had no orders whereby to govern their action CAPT. PIERCE IS P E MEASURE TO LIMIT ALL DEBATE Washington, Mar. 8.—Fight for a cloture amendment to the senate rules was hegune today when Senator Martin, of Virginia, introduced and asked unanimous consent for immediate consideration of a measure providing limitation of debate. Support for consideration of Martin's amendment came from Kepuli- licans as well as Democrats. Senators Lodge and Curtis were among the influential Republicans wbo asked | unanimous consent lor action today. The bridge of boats over the Tigris at Bagdad. ' ince more the ported to be fleeing in confusion. The historic city is the most important point on the proposed Bagdad railroad. A year ago lust December the British approached to within a few miles of the city, but the expedition failed and General Tow-nshend with an important part of his little army surrendered to the Turks. British arc approaching the ancient city of Bagdad on the Tigris and the Turks are re- The historic •DFCISIONIS DELAYED BY ILLNESS OF PRES. WILSON Gerard and Party are Seon 'Due at Havana E Bl Paso, Tex., Mar. 8.—Maj. Bush j of the Ohio artillery is worried today over the disappearance of Capt. Rodney E. Pierce, of Battery C, Columbus. He left camp Saturday on a one-day furlough to visit Elephant Butte Dam, X. M., and is now over- I due. On the battery roll he is 'marked "Absent without leave. 1 First Lieut. Walker, Mt. Vernon, is in command of Battery "C. Office*, fwr PlerCe has met with! Senator Lewis, Democratic whip tried to inject a resolution asking the senate's support of any action the president might take. Martin rebutting Lewis, demanded withdrawal ot the resolution for the present. Lewis consented. Senator Sherman one of the two Republicans who opposed the proposed gag rule--opened the morning ! fireworks with a bitter denunciation Iof President Wilson's statement to the press that it.would. 5.e useless to summon an extra session until the OF By United Press. London, March 8.—Members of the Irish party who last night forced to an Issue in the house of commons the question of home rule for Ireland, today Issued a manifesto asking Irish-Americans and Americans generally to aid them in the movement. The appeal pleaded for pressure to be exerted on the Brisiah government for application by Eng land to Ireland of the principles as to self government enunciated by Pr e-lrient Wllunn In hl« famous peace speech to the United States senate. By United Press. Washington, March S.—The state j department today announced Ambas- j sador Gerard and party are due ai i Havana between Saturday and Mon-j i day large sum of money on his person. He battery funds, recently sold and automobiles the bat- By United Press. Washington, March 8.—President Wilson's -Mness has delayed announcement of his decision on the armed merchantmen question. Evidence increased today, however, that orders to Secretary Daniels providing for immediately arming of American merchant vessels will not be postponed much longer. It was stated by high government officials that the president has received assurances from legal advisers that he has the right and power to proceed with "armed neutrality" despite the senate's failure to act on this measure officially. On the other hand there were still many who believed the president would rather decide to call an extra session of congress immediately and in view of the favorable outlook for limited debate in the senate reintroduce the armed neutrality measure and attempt to get quick action on it. This they argued would remove any possible question or doubt as to the president's course of action ln a very critical situation. At noon Dr. Grayson authorized a statement that the president spent a restful night but had some fever today. The president Is tired as a result of the trying weeks since the diplomatic break with Germany and has been ordered to remain ln bed until be is materially rested and improved This may be several days. HAD FAILED London. Mar. 8. —For the first [time since he assumed the premier-1 ship Lloyd George today faced a bit-1 ter minority opposition in the house i London, Mar. 8.—The British war. council which decided upon the Dar- i danelles campaign "failed adequately; to investigate the availability of commons. Exactly how far that! minority will go in its opposition was expected to he decided today. The division, long expected, comes over| the Irish home rule question. Yesterday's debate in the house of commons was the most bitter in months. 6IVE SOURCE Chicago, .Mar. 7.— That no news-: paper can be forced to disclose the | source of its information concerning I articles it publishes and that no one :can be forced to tell who wrote the when he seeks to blame the senate he It resulted in formal withdrawal article, was ine ruling made by Judge has repeatedly ridiculed the course of!from the sitting of the Irish nation-! Baldwin of the circuit court. The of preparedness for our army and "The president did not state the 'entire truth," Sherman declared. "He deliberately omitted a portion of the truth to convey to the public a false i Impression. The president knows and I the sneate knows that no filibuster- I ing could avail in event of an extra I session. Only in the closing hours of la congress where time is limited can ! a filibuster succeed. It can only last i from two to four weeks at the utmost, before physical exhaustion. "1 object to making a few senators the object of the president's I wrath in an unfair statement shouted Sherman. Sherman saw iu the cloture ainend- j ment what he termed a "danger." He | predicted that the two-thirds cloture I amendment would in a short time be amended to majority cloture amendment. "The president blames the senate for conditions," said Sherman. "I wish to remind the president that troops with hich the joint naval and ■ alists as a protest against the fornr decision came when attorneys for navy.' military attack could be undertak- garment manufacturers of settlement of the perplexing <ii.es-110 tr„ce .,._ authorship en", according to formal report ol:titm suggested by the premier—that : home rule could be had by any part Dardanelles commission issued! _. _ . . _ . . ,_. , . __ . i of Ireland desiring it, but that coer- the today. |cion would not be employed to force Mr. Winston Churchill's advocacy; Ulster's acquiescence, of a purely naval attack was based attempting of a story ascribed to Ben Schlesinger, presi- df-it of the garment workers' union in regard to the Chicago garment workers' strike. on a certain amount of half hearted, hesitating expert opinion," the report continued, "the practicability of which was apparently not directly supported or directly opposed by such responsible naval and military advisers as Lord Fisher or Sir James Murray." French Forces Take The Irish nationalists were to meet today in conference. The greatest interest attached to their decision as to a future policy. Speculation on what the party members would vote ranged from predictions that they would formally withdraw from the honse to guesses that they would continue in commons but but adopt a policy of active opposition to Premier Lloyd George in an attepmt to force a general election. Sherman digresseel from rules' to armed neutrality denouncing the clothing of the president with power which would permit him to arm munition ships. This he e-ontended. would lee tantamount to a "defacto state of war.'" "If the president seeks to exercise this power," Sherman said. "I stand readv to declare war MAY BEAR Mason Gets 30 Days Harry Mason, tried In Mayor White's court Thursday morning on the charge of stealing shoes from the store of Michael Nanpt was found guilty and sentenced to thirty days ln the county Jail. Prisoners on the West j1*-of **** *& to Leave by March 25 Paris, Mar. 8.—French forces took German prisoners in actions at three different places on tbe western front, the official statement today declared. "Between tbe Oise and the Aisne very lively artillery actions continued," it stated. "During the night northeast of Embermenil In Lorraine, the French raided German trenches and brought back ers," Washington, Mar. 8.—The war department announced today tbat schedules of departure have been so arranged tbat the last national guard organisation will leave the border March 25. General Pershing finds lt necessary to nse chair cars and day coaches but is arranging tor the least possible discomfort. Cincinnati, O., Mar. 8,—Congress may soon begin to hear from back home regarding one Wm. J. Stone and the chairmanship of the senate foreign relations committee. Washington, Mar. _.--President The Cincinnati Post today printefi \ Wilson is confined to his bed today a leading editorial with the caption j with an aggravating cold. "How to Get Kid of Gum Shoe Bill' Upon orders of his physician. Dr. Stone." It advised voters to wire Cary T. Grayson, he made no en- their senators protesting against i gagements for the day and planned continuing Stone as chairman. De-'to remain in bed. daring Stone's opposition to the; Assurance is given that the president's cold has developed no complications and is not serious but that every care is deemed necessary in order to enable him to be up quickly and at his work again. armed neutrality bill "the final act of treachery," the Post declares "there is no doubt that he will continue to give aid and comfort to Germany."
|Title||The Daily journal-herald. (Delaware, Ohio), 1917-03-08|
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|Date of Original||March 8, 1917|
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♦ 4Ttt+Ttt+++*t+ +
4 T ATE8T news earliest; the 9
4 .L/ paper with an opinion ♦
♦ 4t*tftttft + + + l +
THE DAILY JOURNAL-HERALD
THE JOURNAL HERALD RECEIVES THE FULL UNITED PRESS WIRE NEWS REPORTS
♦ 1V/[AKE "hoppuHt eaeter by ♦
♦ IVA reading our ads today ♦
WRATH Kit—Part cloudy and slightly colder tonight; -Friday fair.
UHLAWAIU.. OHIO, THOIKDAY, EVENING, MARCH 8, 1»17
VOI.I'ME 74. NO. 27"
"RlC'E TEN CENTS PER WKEK
With Increased Number
Hy United Press.
Washington, March 8.—Patriot
ism, stirred by international devel-
I opments was credited by the war de-
I partment today as the reason behind
February record recruiting figures-
This figure will be swelled by field
enlistments and re-enlistments at
posts and stations.
Hy FRED 8. FERGUSON.
United Press Staff Correspondent.
Havana, Mar. 8.—The revolution
in Cuba is apparently ended. Capture
of ex-President Jose Miguel Gomez
and his entire staff, leaders of the in-
eurrectors was expected today to be
followed by sentence of death on
At the same time there were reports current here today tbat the
remnants of the rebels in Camaguey
have been forced to capitulate.
Havane gave Itself over to jubilation today at the coup. All last night
the city rang with gayety, celebrating the government's battle by which
Gomez was captured—officially stated
to have been one of the biggest in
tbe history of Cuba.
"General Gomez and his whole
frtaff of 300 men were taken prison-iis Pla*ying Villa against Carranza.
ers by government forces", the offl- great Bums of Germany money are
BRITISH ARMY AGAIN APPROACHES HISTORIC BAGDAD
Ry YVERB MILLER.
United I'ress Staff Correspondent.
Laredo, Texas, Mar. 8.—Germany