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/ THE DAILY JOURNAL-HERALD THE JOURNAL-HERALD RECE IVES THE FULL UNITED PRE .3 WIRE NEWS REPORTS WEATHER — Generally fair tonight and Sunday; frost tonight; slightly warmer Sunday. PKIAU.IHK, OHIO. SATURDAY El'KXIXCJ. MAV ... I»17 VOLUME 75. NO. 14 PRICE TEN CENTS PER BROTHERS CALLED 10 Viviani and Joffre Stirred By War Spirit of Middle West and Great Chicago Reception. By GEORGE MARTIN the man who made l.a Patria stand ■ solid as a rock in the early months of the war will meet the men of brawn —the men whose love and interest they came to America to enlist and their women folk and children. On the platform with the two historic French heroes will be another great man of the people, Lieut. Col. Fabry, the blue devil of France and one of the gallant few hundred who blocked the onrush of the Teutonic hordes over a 6-talle front in the epoch-making battle of the Marne. XHESE ARE BUSY DAYS ABOARD UNCLE SAM'S FIGHTING SHIPS ' JM9S^i*WtA4 '■*_*. 7 *9K-*jiapx:;#*m#Wt>P*tep<a^?/,,,,M>y., **•:..-:■•_■«. .4PVV,.m(4itM<eA %_^'\'. ft*-*.. 1 LIRE FLANK OPENED UP l nit-etl Press Staff ('.»_T_>|xin<!ent. i.muago. May 5.—Viviani, Joffre and the French commission today bid farewell to the sea of flags and the roar of cheers which marked the first two days of their tremendous reception by the middle west here and, after the big stock yards mass meeting this afternoon, carry their message of war and love on to other conquest.. The west awoke today to the sound of the voice of embattbd France thundering its plea for Amer-1 .... ,, ° ' *_Mve!ie Ica'l aid in "a world war for free dom." And tin* French war makers them -elves, tucked away amid the luxurious furnishings of Charles R. Crane's marble palace on Lake Shore | Drive, awoke to a realization that i the west is for war to the finish. ' Formality and jswlusiveness werei swept aside in the program of the day and Viviani and Joffre, both numbered among France's "men of Experts Believe German Retirement Will Be Necessary If Nivelle Can Take Laon Pivot. London, May 5.—Way for the Hanking oi' the. Laon pivot f tlie German Hindenburg line -.,-;.* open to the* French today. If t.enerai in turn the trick and outflank the Germans by capture ot ! Laon in the immediate future, mili- I tary strategists here believe the re- •tirement ol the Germans to the fron- I tier line will be necessary. Capture of Craonne, dominating the .Aisne plateau and the Mlette Valley taken in a surprise blow ot I great strength struck yesterday by | the French commander, gives the j French their entry point for this im- Defeated by Woman, CruU Drinks Poisou j By United Press. Klkhart. Ind., May ,',. Jacob E. I ."rull of Montana, who was defeated I for the Republican nomination for, congress last summer by Miss Jean-! j ette Rankin, today, sat on the steps of an undertaking establishment and ; drank poison. He is expected to die. Relatives, with whom Crull was visiting said he was heart broken. QUIET MOBS WI CALL WILL TAKE 14. FROM DELAWARE ! War Department Plans To Eavc Ohio Recruits In Training By August 1 At Latest. i ^_ ^^^^_ .. .portant operation. Todav thei the people stepped down among the ., . ., ,. , , *^ H vv_ . . Ilrench were nine miles distant from myriad hosts of the middle west *ho| earn their bread by the sweat of their brows. It was to such thousands as Viviani and Joffre will address themselves in the monster free public j stock yards meeting which says Chicago's farewell to the war envoys late today that ex-Premier Rene Viviani directed his words when he cried: "Come to us, American brothers. "Come and fight side by side with your French brothers; your allied brothers. "Come under your glorious banner to fight for the democracy of the world and show all men that when the rights of a single nation are violated, the rights of all nations are trampled under foot." With his jaw locked and his doubled fist smashing into his palm for emphasis, Viviani delivered his diatribe against Kaiserism. "From the first you gave us the benefit of your moral support, because you are a greaj democracy. And we are a great democracy. Because in Europe and in Frar.ee there are free men who were thus agreed in soul to raise yet higher tl,,. flag of democracy before the rampart of an autocracy which is tottering to its tall. "Absolute monarchies Imagine they can conquer other peoples by the marriages they make and by placing on all the thrones of Europe their relatives and representatives. This is not democracy. And this they cannot do." Seldom have crowds jumped to their feet and cheered so wildly, so unrestrainedly as did those which have marked every step of the French visitor's progress since it's arrival in Chicago; and which early tramped forth to line their way today. Waving the tri-color and stars and stripes, massed humanity made a living lane from the Crane home down the broad Lake Shore Drive to the Art Museum, the first stop on the party's farewell tour of Chicago today. Joffre in field gray, and Viviani in a black business suit and derby hat saluted and bowed from their big car as they swept by the cheering throngs. Other thousands lined the winding course of the party's parade through the loop district at noon; and solid blocks of humans filled the highways in all directions as the Frenchmen rolled up to the University of Chicago for luncheon. Following a midafternoon drive through the boulevards and parks of south and west Chicago, the long line of big cars will whizz down to Dexter pavilion ln the heart of the stock yards district. There the hero of the Marne and Instructions in signalling (.above) and submarine drill. Thou* w&o ••• permitted aboard Uncle Sam's fighting ships these days witness scenes of great activity. •Jcteta aea xnaoy amat men oomfaig aboard wbo ave in need of constant training, while the old men regularly go ■ecwgh tt-rtr •_-___ Upper photo shows new recruits being initiated into the mysteries of all styles of signaling. w_fle the lower photo showa Jackie* on an American battleship contfocting a sham attack on an enemy aWMtarnXm with * ftve-i-eh gun. Columbus, O., May 5.—That the w_r department plans to star: training of its .0,000 conscript recruiu from Ohio and West Virginia by August 1, at the latest, became known here today. Adjutant General Wood whose job is to find a suitable training site for the "drafts" or the two states, had attaches scouring Southern Ohio todaj for a tract of 10,000 to 20,00. acres. Of Crowds Changes For' NV"°d,,oda>'heave ou; fi«ur"B ?.hofw: ° , ing tbat in the presidents call for DemOCraCV 'tne draft- Allen county will St called I to furnish approximate!-. 275 con- j scripts; Athens 250; Crawford 185; [Cuyahoga, 3S36; Delaware 14": Fay- jette. 160; Hancock. 200; Hamilton. 2400; Hardin, 100; Knox, 160; Law- < rence, 210; Lucas, 10'_r,. Logan. |l_">; Montgomery. H7„: Ross, 220: Scioto, ?,0t); Washington 250; Wyan- III RUSSIA 'Duma Succeeds In Establishing Itself and Temper BV WILLIAM G. SHKI'HKIIIl I'nited Pres* Staff Corresjiontlt'nt I'etrograd. May 4.—Via London. ! May ... -After two days of cheering. I muttering, jostling mobs surging j back and forth in demonstrations | that at times approached perilously! Duma1 idot, 100: Franklin, 1130. The state as a whole will produce 25,286 men. The adjutant general's office today Laon, but with tbe intervening ground favorably situated for their further progress German reserves hurriedly concentrated to offset tbe French victory were stubbornly contesting every inch of the ground held by Nivelle's troops and front dispatches indicated a battle of gigantic proportions was gathering there. Craonne aud Laon lie at the base or an angle of which LaFere is the! point. A penetration of this angle would give the allies a hold back of the Hindenburg line all the way north and place it in grave jeopardy. Hritish front reports today indicated a temporary stoppage of infantry assault actions of any great magnitude, but au increase of ar- tillerying all along the line. 1 '. AGITATORS ATTACKED Riots Separate From Those Against Government Directed at Socialist Peace Orators. By United Press. Petrograd, May 5.—Pro-German peace agitators are being attacked in the streets of Petrograd by crowds of soldiers and citizens. Numerous clashes have occurred. Shots have been fired and several persons are reported to have been wounded. The fighting and rioting broke out Friday night when adherent of Nicholas Lenin, the Socialist separate peace advocate, recently arrived here from Switzerland via Germany, sought to address the crowds swarming, the streets. It is believed this rioting is separate from the disturbances of the past two days directed against the government but the greatest distorder prevails. DR. PAOLI RELEASED Of BRAZIL Former German Minister Given Freedom To Go After Word Of Brazilian's Departure. !♦♦♦ ', ♦ is ♦ ♦♦* + * 4*4*4**4494 COURT HOUSE ♦ ♦ * ****** * * * t Beta! tSU-tt*- Ti_m»f< r». Frances I. Kai ley fo J H. aa V. Miller, 85 11 r. in D .a. sre $1. lohn V. K. -Seeley by admr. to Clayton Freeman, 7 _, acres in Genoa Tp. |3555. H. V. Collins to Edward 'E, ... :i- den, lot in Ashley, 11. CAMP PERRY near to organized riots, the provisional government had today, was in the thick of preparations for _ I apparently succeeded in re-establish- j organizing its full division of militia, ing itself. An all night meeting last authorized under an order issued by night, apparently smoothed out; Adj. Gen. Wood shortly after mid- ' many differences between the Duma night Friday, leaders and the soldiers and work-; The new division will be organized (men's delegates. Formal report oi sn follows: [these deliberations has not yet been * Three brigades o; IntmOf-, made, but the attitude of represent Ule Fln-t |,rigadt; commanded by jtatives on both sides indicated great-] j.rig Gen w v McMaken of Tole- ,er unity. J(20 amj including the Second. Third In the meantime the temper of:and Sixth regiments; the Seconu _rl- Ithe surging crowds on the streets jga(k% commanded by Brig .Gen. John ihas perceptibly changed Yells and',* Speaks of Columbus, and indud- fmprecations against the ministers [ng tll., fourth. ).-jft|, un(j Eighth have been qui ted for cheers for dem- regiments; and tne Third iirigade, 1 cratie Russia. Sober heads in the wtli(.h wiu iDOl,ide the First and Sev- j throngs apparently succeeded in enth regiments and the new Tenth ! bringing home to the demonstrators regiment which will be commanded n 1 I VI A T C *f'the necessity for continuance of a-by former Lieut. Co. C. C. Wey- GrOlQen f lOOd In Support 01 complete form of government—a'brecht of Alliance. The brigadier I iri.vernn.ent that would have been'general lor the new brigade has not MILLIONS POURING 0. TREASURY S. By United Press. Montevideo, Uruguay, May ">.— \ The Brazilian government today released Dr. Pauli, former German' minister to Rio de Janerio, on receipt of word*from Berlin indicating that the German government had permitted the departure of the Brazilian minister. Dr. Pauli had been held at a little Brazilian town near the Uruguayan announcement that he would be thus detained until Germany's refusal to permit departure of the Brazilian minister was changed. Liberty Loan Comes In at *over Rate of Twenty Millions An Hour. crowds demands for resignation ofi _, a regiment of cavalry, to be various ministers had succeeded, commanded by former Maj. Dudley Twenty-five thousand persons were Hard of Cleveland as colonel, and jammed in the streets around the former ("apt. P. L. Mitchell of Cin- Marinsky palace all day Thursday.cinnati, as lieutenant colonel- with and Thursday night. It was a turbu-. former Captains Simeon Nash of lent shouting mob. Many clashes'Columbus, George P. Greenhalgh to occurred among its members. Sev- Toledo, and Robert C. Norton of ■ - .eral shots were fired. No attempt;Cleveland as the new majors. Soldiers' TentS Floodedj continued unabated today. Its! was made to keep order. Washington. May 5—The golden 1 flood pouring into the treasury de-! partment to float the liberty loan! Two per- A regiment of artillery—with HOPE FOR A VEROICT VANISHES CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Railway Co., has issued a call for women to replace drafted motormen and conductors. COLUMBUS—Fire ruined the stock and seriously damaged the Armbruster company dry goods building. Loss (300,000. By United Press. Christianburg, Va., May 5.—Hope for a verdict in the trial of Prof. Vawter, charged with the murder of Water. T-TV.-1 -o .« ,-.•_,.»_- A <_-__! sources were tapping the treasure of While Belongings Arei . . ... 0 m (every section of the nation. Re- Swept Away In the DeeP|Spons»_ today maintained yesterday's average of nearly $20,000,000 an hour or over $300,000 a minute. ■ j Maintenance of the subscription By United Press I rat'o established since the issue was Cleveland, May 5.—Tidal waves; offered to the public will over-sub- from Lake Erie swamped Camp Per- scribe several times the original $2,- ry today. National guardsmen were O00,00*.000 asked. Two per cent of driven from their barracks and the t,1,S!S state and national banks penned in concrete mess halls. iand trust companies in the country- Tents of six hundred soldiers of;nave aPP'-ed for $ 1 „8.674,000. At the Ohio Engineer corps were filled |lilis ■***• total applications for sub- with water. The soldiers were mar- scriptions to the flrst Issue will reach . , .. K„n K . _ ,. between JR.ono.ooo.OOO and $7,000,- ooned in the mess hall, but manv 000,000. waded around tbe grounds of the Early re[)0r)s t_d_y indjcate that camp gathering their belongings, banks and trust companies in New which had not floated away. lYork state will subscribe nearly fif- The waves started sweeping ,t, per cent of the first issue. First through the camp Friday night andirel,ons from Illinois' !irollKht <** 1 scriptions from Chicago for $18,995,- continued until the water was twojMfl. (.u,V(.lan(i sent $7,0..o,000 plac- feet deep. | jng Ohio third in the list of states. SEND mBA FOR HELP. The last of Secretary McAdoos young Stockton Heth vanished today I Toledo, O., May 5.-Capt. Roy Sco-1 telegrams to banks and trust com- ' field, company A, signal corps in To-|Panies have been sent from Washing- sons were reported struck by bul- old batteries at Cleveland, Columbus lets. The crowds kept ceaseless vlg-'and Akron and new batteries to be il around the building in which the mustered in at Dayton, Delaware and soldiers and workmen's delegates Mt. Vernon. Adj. Gen. Wood said were meeting. Excited knots gath-i today the government has been re- ered around various orators. Cheers quested to sanction appointment of for the people rule were mixed with| Capt. Clarence Deems, V. S. A., M roars of applause greeting demands;colonel of the new artillery regiment, for wholesale resignations of the! More units would be organized he present government leaders. said if the government could supply- But through all the disorder there'more guns which is impossible at ran the instinctive caution against 1 present. Batteries, as it is. must aiding Germany by disrupting Rn«- double up' on use of the 12 guns sia's forces. Extremist agitators; wh.... Ohio now has. who sought to urge complete broth-i 4 0ne field hospital and two am- erhood with German soldiers were!1,ulance companies, in addition to the howled down. Nicholas Llnin. now Present three field hospitals and two ; recognized as a German-influenced -ambulance companies already in ! agitator was literally swept away service and under command of I.ieut. iwhen he tried to speak. The crowd/'"1 *OS_P- Hall, Cincinnati simply would not let him talk. Be-i j fore long the crowd's temper had; 'subtly changed in a patriotic dem-' j onstration for Russia at any cost, and this sentiment was recognized ;at.d fostered by friends of the pro- 'SHADOW I.WVN" MAY BE ACQIIKKD Bl Ni ^^_^^^^_^^^_^^_^^^^_^^^_^_ York. May Shadow visional leaders who entered the l.awn" at Long Branch, is reported crowd and besought order again to have been virtually sold to a syn- Idicate whose object is to make it a permanent summer home for Presi- when the jury left for the scene of the killing of Heth at Blacksburg. Why the jury should want to visit the home of the accused professor was not made clear. Only a sudden return of the 12 men here and submission of the case without argument under some sort of a compromise would make possible close of the sensational trial this week. NEW YORK — New Y'ork Scots dents of the I'nited States. ledo on recruiting business, received! ton completing the first publicity | forming a regiment dared the raini this message from his men In Camp!step. jand marched behind 24 pipers as two Perry today; Advertising campaigns suited to'thousand cheered. They will become' CHICAGO - "We have been forced to the sec-llocal conditions throughout the coun-J a part of the U. S. army. 'golf club plan. ond floor in the mess halls by hlghitry are bein* launched today by sub-i !0, potatoes ^^lllllllll,*******************************************************t*************************t *. . -V . 1 .1 ' u water. Food and tents washed out Rnsh aid The new Evanston to put in 44 acres 'scribing banks in all states said one wire. Scofield Immediately appealed to the Toledo defense board for funds. Then he opened his recruiting office to receive donations. CLEVELAND—Twenty union men may strike with the team ster's union in its fight for a closed j shop. NEW YORK - Shadowlawn, the _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ summer white house, is now the; CHICAGO —■ John Robinson had ■ property of the Parson. Langhamjplanted a bushel and a half of pota- thousand I corporation. It figured in a $3.000,-;toes in his back yard as a prepared- 000 deal and helped pay for an apartment house that became the property of Joseph B. Greenhut. ness measure Wben he got up next morning he found the ground brok en and the "spuds" gone.
|Title||The Daily journal-herald. (Delaware, Ohio), 1917-05-05|
|Place||Delaware (Ohio); Delaware County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||May 5, 1917|
|Submitting Institution||Delaware County Historical Society|
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