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/ / ■) l\ THE DAILY JOURNAL-HERALD THE JOURNAL HERALD RECEIVES THE FUlL TOUTED PRESS WIRE NEWS REPORTS \J VUin—IY..lHil>l> showers and tb.undetrstonn» tonight; Saturday coole,. DELAWARK, OHIO, FRII)AV*ftFE MM,, JINK I, 1»17 VOLUME 7,->. HO. »T. PRICK TEN CENTS PHR TORNADO WD?ES OUT MINING TOWN IN ALABAMA; MANY KILLED AND INJURED IN PLOT ? By CABXi I>. GROAT. United 1'rcs.s Staff ('orrc.s|x indent. Washington, June I.—Part of congress is aiding the anti-registration plots. While the department of justice is hewing at the roots of the nationwide conspiracy, some members ol congress are franking out anti-conscription speeches, including that of Speaker Champ Clark, it became known today. Many supposedly arc using their franking privileges to explain their votes on the selective service bill, but the effect of their act —be it intended to block registra tion or not is manifestly to encour age the plotters wherever the liter attire reaches, The anti-registration conspiracy It taking on broader aspects than even the, most pessimistic had feared. Ar-| rests show that the preachment ol the plotters are spreading to every corner of the nation. So extensive is! the propaganda that tear of repetition of the civil war anti-draft riots is expressed secretly here. As ar- arrests do not appear wholly to curb the propaganda officials are at a loss to know just what to do to halt the trouble before registration day. Unofficial suggestions are that as most ol the eases show treason un- mistakeably it might be advisable to make an example of a few of the plotters by inflicting severe penalty. Treason h<)8 been charged In the ><Jhio case-,, and it may be laid 'gainst other alleged plotters already netted in various sections of the country. A new brand of anti- registration plotting was uncovered today In the south where negroes are being incited to resist registration and military service. Eight men are known to be working in three states, suggesting to the negroes that the) hide out" from the authorities and claiming that the, whites are planning to exempt them- st-ivis b) filling up the quota from the colored population. Arrests within a day of two are anticipated. The action of congressmen in sending out the anti-conscription speeches is proving more than an embarrassment to the authorities. Members cannot be molested while congress sits, but it is possible that the postal authorities may find It "inconvenient" to give quick dispatch to the bundles of free mail containing the anti-registration suggestions. The hand of Germany is becoming more easily distinguished in much of the present propaganda, though some of the plotters evidently are actuated by conscientious or Intellectual objections to military service. In either case authorities here hold that the plotters are aiding and comforting the enemy as prospectively at least they rob the new army of men who ought to serve therein. MARKET CHASGHM. Cleveland, O.. June 1 Chung in the produce markets toda toes, new $3.50® 8.40 i try broilers ::S(& #3c. The mining town of Sayre, Alabama, as it appears today. A tornado sweeping over a section of Jefferson county, Alabama, wrecked a number of small towns and hamlet., a.,d claimed a toii at i'orts- five lives and many injuries. The little mining town of Sayre with several hundred inhabitant* was practically wiped out. Photograph shows th» entire town as it appears today. Little is to be aeen but debris. RESIGNATION EFKE< Tl V E New York, Jane 1.—Resignation of A. K. Wbaley as vice president in charge of operations on the New Haven railroad became effective today. Whaley r"tained a connection with the company and continued handling details that have been in his can- He put in 4't years of service with the New Haven, starting as a brake- man. ALIEN E H. C. L Hard Hit Bellefontaine. June 1—The II. C. jot L. inspired many l.ogan county housewives to come here today to , witness a huge demonstration of canning vegetables. Mrs. Florence j Wlllison of Ohio State university and Mrs. Luella Barr McKee, do mestic science experts, gave the women many tips. Washington. June 1. — President Wilson today Issued a proclamation warning "slackers" that attempts to evade registration by fleeing from the country will expose Lhem to By United Press. Cleveland, Ohio. June 1.—Alien enemy plotting is supposed to have resulted in an explosion here early today in which thirteen persons were injured, several hundred were imperilled, two houses were wrecked and windows in building of the vicinity were broken. ■ By I'nited Press. Dynamite is thought to have been' Washington, June 1 used in tbe explosion. REVENUE Bill IS UNDER LAST TREATMENT I'nited Press. Springfield, Mo., June 1. W'beth-! young Lloyd Kesl has been rs- i turned to his father, J. H. Keet,! KILLED By JOHN H. HKAKMCY I niteal 1'rts.s State t'orrespondvnt. June 1. — Italy's great of- ..iready cost the Austri- wounded and conservative By (.. SHEPHERD United Pmm M.ai) CorreHpondent. wealthy local banker could not be! learned today. The father departed] in his automobile late last night for a spot far out in the country with! $t;0bu in cash in his pockets. He I was ready to exchange the money: | for his son. A note sent to Keel the abductors of the child demanded that s'ltn as ransom. 0 • instructions in the note Keel .■ ' ' Bions parted unaccompanied and did not matelj sixty thousand troops tell any one his destination. vainlj defended positions The fourteen months old son waslAuzza and Frigid,, wen pr stolen from his nursery Wednesday wiped out. Rome fensiv e arts 300,000 in killed, missing, according to] estimates today. The Italians are now consolidating, reinforcing their lines with new troops and refortifying position- continue to inflict frightful loss* the enem) by repelling countless counter attai ks From semi-omi is I soui 11 - instance.- were obtained today illua- ■:;.' the '■ mendous losses of the etweei I l. I'etrogra i sia's soldiers are so bus : an aducation that they haven't tune j to fight. They are crowding the chil- i dren out of the schools. In many; sections they have started schools ofj i their own. Minister of War Kerensky has had tremendous success in instilling the Carrying a flgnt spirit in the troops actually at tax levy of approximately $1,500,- the front, but there are thousands ot Persons asleep on the second floors 000,000 the war revenue bill in un- fighters who still roam about freely of their homes fell through to '.ae dergoing it's finishing touches in the! over Russia or slee have laid down basement when the walls and floors > senate committee today. gave way. Firemen and police dug. Meantime the first rumblings of of Rus-j night while his parents were attend- lu b. luiring ing a dance at the country the rifle for the school book. Hern is Petrograd. a Jaeger regi- them out and rushed them to hos-jtne fortn coming nKnt against thejment opened a '•soldiers' university 1>ital8- I committee draft on the senate floor Screams of injured rent the night took form today air shortly after the explosion. Per- «_...,, I , .. The bill as drawn adds materials prosecution upon return to this coun-i sons were seen scurrying along the, ' r . , .. , ... , ... „ to the burden on the choulders ot street in their night clothing after their homes had been wrecked. A thorough investigation of | explosion is being conducted. where fighters are taught mathematics and histor.. At Polecon the soldiers have usurped the desks ot i children in the si hools. At Samara | i Columbii try. The proclamation says: "Whereas the president in a pro< lamation issued on the 18th day of . .May, 1917, set apart the 5th day of I Cleveland, O., June 1.- June, 1917, between the hours of i|day connected Jast night's explosion a. m. and 9 p. m. for the registration of all male persons between the i agest of 21 and 30, both inclusive the munitions workers have felt the!-Ma i the poor while so fan the incomes ofjj !the rich are shown the greatest so-jsame .earning for knowledge the, .,.,._.,__ Milljons are to ,,e raised .have opened schools alongside excise and consumers ! factories. | taxes on life, necessaries, such M< "darkest Russia." is no more Police to-|yllKar coffee, t,,a and cocoa. ver. licitation. in stamp, and their which injured building and 13 persons, wrecked shattered windows with a gam Commodities such as jewelry escape entirely. Draft on the incomes of the rich and the people as a whole, now seeing i the light, want knowledge to guide i them in the dazzling glare of their new-found freedom. Extraordinary efforts are being Ohio, June 1.— Bernard restaurant proprietor, eari.'. today shot and probably fatally wounded Harry Downey. 22 of I'hrichsville, in a duel in which Mayer himself was shot in the right lung. Downey was shot in the abdomen Police say Downey attempted to rob Mayer in his restaurant and are guarding Downey. ulong Woodland avenue. biers' feud which was born lastjhave been most moderate and there|made a„ ow tne t.ountrv to ,iack March in a gun-fight near the scene! naa been n° increase on inheritance. up Minister Kerenskv's appeals to of the explosion. Three men were!1*™*, approved by the committee. | make the soldiers fight tfotwith- kllled in the shooting affray. j Many western senators tod^y saidi Earlier belief that the explosion tney will make a floor fight against was due to enemy plotting was dis-|the excise tax on sugar, tea, etc. regarded after thorough investiga-jTne7' believe there should be a sur Un the next day. two desperate attempt to recapture all important position in the Vodlce sector and arround Massif cost the Austrians at , least three full regiments i nearly ' 1 5,000 men i. Front dispatches today declared the vast losses and the incessant pounding of Italian and British guns i had achieved a telling effect on the; enemy. Prisoners told of exhausted regiments and loss of morale. Gen. Cadorna called' a halt in his advance today to permit bringing up of new supplies and preparation for I further attacks. It was stated that the Italians now hope to take Trieste with the smallest amount of destruction possihle to that .historic c'ty. The guns of the allied warships in the gulf will not be directed on the city if it i- possible to avoid it. Triest's occupation is bow considered only a question of weeks. Reports received today declared that the continued Italian success- had created vast depression in Bohemia where there have been numerous food riots and demonstrations against the dual monarchy i tion. Men who were implicated in the Vendetta fight of last March were found to live in the neighborhood of the explosion and it is thought that an attempt was made on their lives. FIGHT INFANTILE PARALYSES III NEW YORK New York, June 1—Strict regulations to prevent another epidemic of infantile paralysis became effective throughout New York state today, exclusive of New- York City, where the health board will act. The rules provide for a volunteer sanitary relief corps of experienced disease fighters, and for strict quarantine of nil suspected cases. who may be subject to registration in accordance with Mfe' act of congress approved May 18, 1917, authorizing the president to increase temporarily the military establishment of the United States. Now, therefore, I Woodrow Wilson president of the United States of America do hereby give warning that all persons subject to registration under the provisions of the said act of congress and the proclamation of the president withdrawing from the jurisdiction of the United States for the purpose of evading such registration, expose themselves on their return to the jurisdiction of the United States to prosecution for such eva-1 sion of registration pursuant to sec-, tion five of the act of congress approved May 18, 1917, which enacts1 that 'any person who shall wilfully) fail or refuse to present himself for; registration or to subject thereto as! herein provided, shall be guilty of' a misdemeanor, and shall upon con- vlction In a district court of the Unit-1 ed States having jurisdiction thereof (n be punished by imprisonment for not j by „ German submarine and drown- more than one year and shall there-)ing of Jonn Ray flr8t mat(? wag an_ upon be duly registered.' j nounced by the admiralty today. "In witness whereof I have hsre-: The D,rig0 was flred upon without unto set my hand and caused the j warnlBg bv the German U-boat the seal of the United States to be af-, attacking vessel using her deck gun8 "xe"- j The bark hove to and was boarded "Done at the City of Washington | by th( 0ermans Tnev ransacked the 2 6th day of May. in the year of,tne Dirjg0 thorougnly and final)y Our Lord 1917, and of the independ- sunk nPr witn uonir,s. ! standing this, all trains are crowded AMERICAN BARK SUNK London, June 1.—The sinking of e American bark Dirigo yesterday tax on Incomes over $40,0(70. This was eliminated from the house bill with uniformed men, visiting their families or just wandering around. Yesterday I witnessed the departure from Petrograd of the weekly Vladivostok express. Scores of sol- NEW YORK I grip by the senate committee. Some east-ldiers f.,ung „ ^ doors tne rai,B ern senators however insist that the, even the roofs__of the (.ars so des. surtax and also inheritance tax' rate werp tQev tQ reach thejr should be kept out because other-1 nomes wise the atates will have practically! , wag toW the gight wag hy nQ ! means unnsual. These are the men THE "ANTIS" CHII.MCOTHE—Peace monument pretiented to city by Col. R. Enderlln in memory of Ross connty men who died during civil war, unveiled here nothing left to tax for their individ nal use. lon whom the government is now ex- These eastern senators, most of erting every possible persuasion to- whom oppose the "pay-as-yo-go", make them see that the new liberty idea and who prefer to let coming! they enjoy must be fought for and generations bear years of financial won on the battlefield, war burdens argue that there will; Food difficulties still give trouble, be between $300,000,000 and $700,-iOfficial estimates today put the total 000,000 in bonds that can make up of Russia's wheat stocks at about the difference between the $1,800,- j 200,000,000 poods—a goodly supply! 000,000 proposed taxes In the house'But there are tremendous problems) bill and the $1,500,600,000, the sen-; in the transportation of this grain, ate finance committee wants to re- One other source of difficulty is! duce it to. , the inclination of the peasants to' The additional 1400,000,000 is!h°ld their wheat among themselves; necessary for emergency shipping program. FRENCH FORCES TAKE 31,829 GERMAN By HK\K\ WOOD United It-e^s Stan ( <>i-r<->|»>ii,lpm. ence of the United States of America 141. (Signed) . "WOODROW WILSON "i CLEVELAND—In a campaign against idlers, Patrolman Benjamin Stout arrested 99 persons in 48 hours. LANCASTER—Refused their demand for wage increase, 120 em- The Dirigo was a steel four masted bark owned and built by A. Sewall & Co., of Bath, Maine. The admiralty also reported attacks (presumably folowed by sinkings) of the two American sailing vessels Frances M. and Barbara. The Frances M. was fired on by shells from a German submarine May 18. The crew was reported safe at Cadiz. The Barbar was attacked by Waits for Theater Opening Washington. June 1.—Scanning the sky for signs of rain, Washing- and not sell it in the villages. The| , peasants claim in past years the vil-i lagers have overcharged them fori shoes and clothes. Many instances are reported here where the farmersI have refused high prices in the towns—and then given their produce! freely and without charge to soldiers. At Soomsh. Tamboff and ShamlinofT where villagers were literally starv-1 New York, June 1- After seeing an army of four hundred police, two hundred secret service men. 7iJ sedition seeking stenographers, armored cars, riot guns and battery of search; light which greeted the first great pacifist mass meeting here since the declaration of war. New York toda> j knows what will happen if anti-conscriptions start anything. Seven dis- . „ ,„ „ ,. . .. V\ ith the t reach Armies in the tributors ot anti-conscriotion pam-| _ , ... .. , ... ., Field. June 1. -Between April 16 phlets were arrested and while there, ,, ., ,'and May 24, French, forces took 31,- was no trouble it was the awaited , .. . . , , . ,:S29 German prisoners, according to opportunity for the tederal and local;, . . , , ... • I headquarters lists todav. governments to demonstrate theiri . Added to the total of enemy preparedness. ...... . . , , . I troops captured by the British and I nder the glare of earchlights , Italians, headquarters estimated today that more than 75,000 prisoners ton waited today for the openinging for lack of food the peasants tonight of the National Slyvan thea- congress now in session here finally ter—the first playhouse built by the] succeeded in persuading the farmers United States government for the I to relent and sell their crops in the people. villages. Tfce theater is built in the open' Minister of War and Marine Ker- alr at the southern end of the Mon-ensky today ordered establishment ument grounds. I of government life insurance bureau i for benefit of Russia's sailors. sweeping streets and intersections in all directions, thousands of men and women walked to the meeting between a solid lane of armed blue coats. Other search lights swept the 'tops of buildings. Motors bearing squads of armed police, armed with big riot guns pairolled the lanes. An emergency field police near- quarters was established have been taken in the three great offensives on the western fronts. ployes of H. C. Godman and Getri submarine gunfire at 7 a. m. May 2 4. show factories went on strike. j The crew was landed at Gibraltar, OXFORD — Mrs. Carle Fuhrman,, [34, committed suicide by taking ADA — Severe wind storm caused poison. She was the mother of fiveigreat damage to Scioto marsh onion children. fields. i ... ,.ii FORTORIA IVter J Blaser. S5, killed when his auto collided with a freight car. AKRON—Body of man wrapped in a sheet found on abandoned farm near here. He had been beaten, stabbed and a towel was tied about his throat. He had been dead two weeks. Tax on Dogs London, June 1 -Dogs are in Dutch with the British government and are going to be taxed accordingly. Bonar Law announced in Commons a proposed increased taxation on all canines. There will be but a slight increase on people already owning a license for one dog, but each additional dog in the fam'r will be taxed at a higher scale and an extreme tax Is to be imposed on new owners of dogs. •
|Title||The Daily journal-herald. (Delaware, Ohio), 1917-06-01|
Delaware County (Ohio)
|Date of Original||June 1, 1917|
|Submitting Institution||Delaware County Historical Society|
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THE DAILY JOURNAL-HERALD
THE JOURNAL HERALD RECEIVES THE FUlL TOUTED PRESS WIRE NEWS REPORTS
VUin—IY..lHil>l> showers and tb.undetrstonn» tonight; Saturday coole,.
DELAWARK, OHIO, FRII)AV*ftFE MM,, JINK I, 1»17
VOLUME 7,->. HO. »T.
PRICK TEN CENTS PHR
TORNADO WD?ES OUT MINING TOWN IN ALABAMA; MANY KILLED AND INJURED
IN PLOT ?
By CABXi I>. GROAT.
United 1'rcs.s Staff ('orrc.s|x indent.
Washington, June I.—Part of congress is aiding the anti-registration
While the department of justice is
hewing at the roots of the nationwide conspiracy, some members ol
congress are franking out anti-conscription speeches, including that of
Speaker Champ Clark, it became
known today. Many supposedly arc
using their franking privileges to explain their votes on the selective service bill, but the effect of their act
—be it intended to block registra
tion or not is manifestly to encour
age the plotters wherever the liter
The anti-registration conspiracy It
taking on broader aspects than even
the, most pessimistic had feared. Ar-|
rests show that the preachment ol
the plotters are spreading to every
corner of the nation. So extensive is!
the propaganda that tear of repetition of the civil war anti-draft riots
is expressed secretly here. As ar-
arrests do not appear wholly to curb
the propaganda officials are at a loss
to know just what to do to halt the
trouble before registration day.
Unofficial suggestions are that as
most ol the eases show treason un-
mistakeably it might be advisable to
make an example of a few of the
plotters by inflicting severe penalty.
Treason h<)8 been charged In the