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H_RHfl___H___HBH__________»__________________9_____ ^mm*h*' .. O THE DAILY JOURNAL-HERALD THE JOURNAL HERALD RECEIVES THE PULL UNITED PRESS WIRE NEWS REPORTS DELAWARE, OHIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 2*5, 1917 VOLUME NO. S3 PRICE TEN CENTS PER WI GERMAN OFFICER REVIEWS HIS TROOPS IN HAV RFFORE R_.TPFVf GREW NUMBER BY WEBB MILLER .fir. Ie will assemble at this renin! d start to the canton- I'nitesl Press Staff <'<M-_vs|KaiHlent rdWVOUS Washington, July 25.—Six hun-jment. . dred thousand Sammies is the larg-l The war department is debating est number the United Stat'- can whether to send them to the camps send abroad by Sept-ember. 1 r> 1S. in charge of military officers or to This'was stated semi-officially to-j allow them to go "on their honor." •day, along with the declaration that'The department inclines toward the not more than 100,000 men can be latter plan, in Europe by next January. If any men summoned to the ren- The first of the new national ar-.dezvous fail to appear a squad of my will scarcely be in the canton- soldiers will be sent to bring them, ment before October 1 at the pres-; They are then liable to penalty for ent rate of camp construction. It absence without leave In case the takes practically a year to turn a evasion continue they become de- civilian into a good soldier. Hence sorters. Drafted men will be sent the second section ef the new na-jto camp with men from their own tlonal army will not be called out, state and to the nearest possible before next summer, it is believed.'camp. Lack of shipping facilities with| General Crowder today declared which to move the troops across the! the newspapers were his greatest Atlantic is one reason for the pes-jnids in the registration and draft. Himistic outlook. Recruiting flgnres for Monday and Meantime, however, all speed will Tuesday at St. Loul* show more thani be used in getting the first drafted!a 100 per cent Increase in enlist- troops into khaki and training! ments. RecruWag officers estimat■' camps 10 BE TRA Bj United '•' Columbus, O., July 25.—Ohio ready today to take another big in aiding- Uncle Sam's proposed armada." ■e air ; oo tod* ns lo tr;i.:. |.,.-, .-,,. group* of 500 within :. itors rente seT- ' Germans lined up in the Grand Place at Ham for review. Thi a photograph was taken by a German officer and found on him after his capture by the French. It chows General von Fleck reviewing his troops in Ham a few days before the great retreat Van Fleck has been nicknamed the **Den___nagein'' for having stolen a quantity of furniture from fhe beet housee in Ham and sent them back to his castle in Prussia. AMERICA'S TASK IN WAt. WITH GERMANY BROUGHT 10 REAUZATION VICE PRESIDENT'S WIFE Is RECOVERING RAPIDLY Washington, July 26.—Mrs. Thos. K. Marshall, wife of the v_ee presi- ! dent, iii at a hospital here, is re- [covering rapid); aad physician* say ■no operation will be necessary. ed that at least one-half were men lt was settled today rigid mill-,-nubject to call on the first draft, tary law applies to drafted men as Navy recruiting figures more than soon as they are notified "held for doubled, service" "' Enlistments at Oklahoma City in- Unless plans are changed offices creased sixty per cent. Practically of local boards will be the rendez- all enlistment* wer* thoee of ***** vous. Upon notification men for thei drafted. By I'nited Press. Washington, July 2%.—Seriousness of America's task In the war with Germany was brought to a re-organizationShips By Inited Press. Washington, July 25.—There is to tie one more big reorganization and then Cncle Sam will settle down to completing his first year's war program. President Wilson today is ready to announce the long expected change in the nresent national i! fens, council crganitatton. \--.ired of a definite end to -.' rangllng in the shipping board with the sweeping changes made yerter- the slack" in the defense council. "An industrial war board," of six members, directly responsible to the council of six cabinet members, will be announced probably this week. The war board will probably include Bernard Baruc.h, in charge of raw materials: Julius Hosenwald, in charge of finished materials and Frank A. Scott, munitions These men will have executive charge of all the industrial work and under them will work committees on impregnable with the present alignment of forces. They declare there is absolutely no i vidence tlie backbone oi the Get more definite realization today by, man empire is about to be broken nine American officers who accom- because of internal trouble or food panied General Pershing te France, j shortage.. They *ay allied officer* on They have returned to report to thei the western front frankly admit they general staff. cannot break the German line with Representing nearly every arm ore their present forces, the service, they'declare the German Temporarily, Germany control* line on the westerti front is virtually | the air, they say. . _. . SOLDIERS HOLD OFF MOB. Toledo, July 25.—Twenty soldiers of the Sixth Infantry held oft a mob of 2004 that threatened Wil- i Ham Watkins, negro, after Williams, it is alleged, shot at his wife, daughter and Dan Robinson, negro. Watkins was chased four blocks until he reached the armory. whaJtel infantry men formed a cordon about him and held off the crowd until : police aid arrived. eral montl It is planned to spent about .200,- Training of BOO student aviators 000 of state funds in enlarging the at one time will soon form a part of aviation school. Ohio State university's bit toward Student aviators are- givea eight winning mastery of the air. • Plans week*' theoretical training here, aft- to thi* end have been laid by u:ii- er which they an- gent to the Daytea versity trustees and Governor Cox aviation school where they receive following the government's request an eight weeks' _*ur*e it. practical that aviation activities here be ex- flying. Kina! touches will be put on I'an.ed. in training in Franei I day, the president will now "take|labor, medical supplies, etc DAYTON — Thomas Gleason, 78, known locally for hie unusual memory, is dead. 1 MISSING 10 WILL BE BUILT SAMMIES E EVERY SPY BATTLE By WILLIAM G. SHEPHERD I lilted 11e*s Stall Corret.|M>iulent. Petrograd, July 25.—All Russia j joined Aodayte bt*tk up the "unlim- (ited power" granted to its government in searching out the traitor, the malcontent, the spy and the coward from Its populations. The nation apparently approve* every measure of stern repression which Russia's Lloyd George. Pre-, raier Kerensky, is invoking. Today Kerensky stopped all leaves' of absence from the front. He sent soldiers everywhere hunting down! deserters and spies. It was appar-: ently at his suggestion that the! closest scrutiny was given every one/ of the eight hundred delegates who'; attended an all-Russian meeting of the workmen's and soldiers' congress; \ today. President Taeheldze, of the meeting directed each delegate to; examine and approve the credentials, French troops Hung back po-verful iof hjs neiKhbors_ | German assault* last night a;ainst! m____.-i.si__ ._. ,.„,'■ ........ , , , . , Meanwhile the people of Russia the i all ornia plateaus—the sixth!«_-__ ,.._,, , . ' . ,. __ „ were busy. 1 saw several sneakers successive night in which the Ger-1 ___■_„. _ , , , • , , . . , : against war severely beaten by mans nave vainlv tried to batter , ___.,,„ „. ., .. , . crowds on tlie Nevatki i'rospekt. One "Jew-halter" was seized and I formally handed over to the police. lentlv and aumched an attack a' five -,-, ., , . ', , , . ,! "*■* ''hole nation Is engaged in a o clock against the 'Tench gains of _,.,.,. _„ , .. , __-.,, |g'santi<- man hunt- the man being yesterday, the war office said todav. ...... ,._,.. _____._. ,_.__ ... Nicholai Lenine, the pacifist asitator. Thev were completely thrown _„ . , , ..now 'condemned bv the government thrown back." VICE CHAIRMAN RESIGNS ! By l'nited Press. , Wasington, July 25.—Theodore Brent, vice chairman of the I'nited States shipping board and strong ; supporter of William Denman during the late Denman-Goeth&ls row, 'tendered his resignation to President Wilson today. He explained he could not con- itinue to serve because he was in full I .accord with Denman in all matters '■ recently in controversy. Bainbridge Colby's nomination as ; a member of the shipping board was I held up today by the senate com- ; merce committee at the request of ■ Senators Calder and Wadsworth. pending investigation. The committee reported favorably the nomination of Edward N. Hurley to be the cha;rman of the board. Senatorial gossip paid attention to Colby's alleged political shiftings. The New York senators will be consulted as t i liis status. Once again By United Press. V through the Chemin des Dames line. "The Germans bombarded us vio- as a paid German agent. By I'nited Press. Permanent camp of the American] i Expeditionary Army in France, July! , 25.—Staff officers made one TEMPORARY SERBIAN By United Press. Washington, July | agreed to Serbia's request for estab- By United Press Washington, July 25.—-Ships will be built at once—both steel and wood—and there will be little talk about it. This was the decision of Chairman Hurley, of the shipping board and General Manager Capps, of the i Americans will drill by themselves j blockade against Greece change in the Sammies' school foricapital at Salonika In almost|Hampshire ■ every town in western Russia sold-! CAPITAL! ***** *•■*'* townshpeop'.e were making [a house to house search tor the man | who formerly swayed street audi-! Greece hasiences jn petrograd Steklov. Lease's closest associate, was. tlie first; ilishment of a temporary Serbian|fr„it of tnis nation-wide search. Hei it was officially j was taken into eustodav in a Finnish battle today. The day was rear-! announced today. town. ranged so that the mornings thei The allies have abandoned their! Leaine evidently realizes his peril. he is. Today's issue of Washington, July 26.—Five were killed and three were Injured on the United States submarine A-7 which was employed in the Philippine Islands today. FINDLAY — Mr*. Ralph Stein- 26, died three hour* after ber frn iliriTii'1 ** **** °** explosion. By United Press. Philadelphia, Pa. July 25 —One workman is missing and ten firemen and workmen are suffering from Injuries today following the explosions, one after anotner, of sixteen tanks of petroleum at the Point Breeze plant of tbe Atlantic Refining Co., close to the navy yard, shortly tie- fore midnight laat night. The damage ls estimated at $600,000. Four separate investigations by municipal and federal authorities have failed to discover any evidence of a plot, though the company has large contract* to supply petroleum and oil to the government for.bat- tlitehips and. _____io>ar*. . emergency fleet corporation, as they i in tactics already acquired and in the settled into their new positions to-, afternoons will join the French day to take up the great marine con-j p0iius in teaming new stunts in struction worg where it was stopped! trench tighting. by Goethals-Denman row. An intensive telephone systen Admiral Capps is going over the! connecting all the camp was com- verious shipbuilding plans while i pleted today Hurley ls conferring with Bhipbuild-' Headquarters entertained at ers. They will build more steel than j luncheon an army officer formerly wooden vessels. (connected in an important capacity The machinery for turning out j with the Panama canal building. aeroplanes was speeded up today. Milions in contracts already have This is the last step in full co-operation between i Greece and the allies. It frees a considerable Hritish I force for action elsewhere. been let for building aircraft. The war department called for the mobilization of 100,000 additional national guardsmen who will train for service in France. Congress battled with the food bill in its last stages. All departments were called upon by Secretary McAdoo to draft estimate* immediately of their expenses for the fiscal year. Billions must be raised by taxation and bonds. OTHER MEN WANTED _* By United Press. Columbus, July 25.—Fifty men are wanted at once to fill up thei headquarters troop of the new Ohio division. The call for men to serve on the major's general staff went out from the adjutant general's office today. Forty-three men are now enlisted In the troop. Men seeking to enlist should apply, at the state fairgrounds, here. • -•-»; • SARAH WAS CALM. By United Press Long Beach, L. I.. July 26.— It takes more than a re to excite Sarah Bernhardt. The divine Sarah refuse to leave her room at the Nassau hotel early today when a blaze caused damage estimated at $10,000. Sbe smiled as other women rushed to the board walk in their scanty attire, but refused to leave her room. wherever he i Maximum Gorky's newspaper printed a letter from Lenine denying he was a German agent. "We want our cases to be considered by the workmen's and soldiers -j available for the proposed congress," he wrote. "If we areldrive against the Germans handed over to the military, iti Tne war department has ordered means death for us. and that would .contractors to put extra speed into Washington, July 25. — Practically 100,000 National Guardsmen were railed oui today for training. Ther i ii1 be held in home quarter- ■*- reek to a month because training In :!.• South are still incomplete. The state- responding to this, the second guard call, were Maine. New Vermont. Massachusetts. Rhode Island. Connerticut. New Jersey. Delaware, Maryland. District of Columbia, Virginia. North Carolina. South Carolina. Tennessee. Illinois, Montana. Wyoming. Idaho. Washington and Oregon Their training camps will be at charlotte. N C; Anniston. Ala.: Greenville. S. C. Houston. Texas, and Palo Alto, California. The general assumption Is that the men will be held in camps until early spring when they will be great e'i' sheer Dreyfus-lam.' A delegation from Kronstadt ar- I building the woodwork of the var- i ions camps and in several instances rived today bearing a resolution of!i"'1'l('d help has been secured CANADIAN DRAFT BILL PASSES THIRD READING Ottawa, July 25- The conscription bill passed third reading in the House of Commons yesterday by a vote of 102 to 44 a government- majority of 68. loyalty from that fortress to the provisional government. They asked that a board of inquiry be sent to Kronstadt to find out who was guiltv in theh recent insurrectionist move there. The food situation in Petrograd was temporarily grave today owing to great congestion on the railroads. In Full < "inimtn.l As a result some of the first camps "a-i 11 be ready next week and sections of the first group, called July 15. will doubtless be on the move MARKET OPENS WEAK By I'nited Press New York. July 25.-Secretary McAdoo's request for additional war money coming on top of the pre- Petrograd, July 25.— Admiral Raz- vailing uncertainty due to anxiety vozoff was today appointed in com- over price fixing and taxation paused maud of tho whole Russian Baltic the stock market to open weak to- fleet, day.
|Title||The Daily journal-herald. (Delaware, Ohio), 1917-07-25|
|Place||Delaware (Ohio); Delaware County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||July 25, 1917|
|Submitting Institution||Delaware County Historical Society|
|Place||Delaware (Ohio); Delaware County (Ohio)|
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THE DAILY JOURNAL-HERALD
THE JOURNAL HERALD RECEIVES THE PULL UNITED PRESS WIRE NEWS REPORTS
DELAWARE, OHIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 2*5, 1917
PRICE TEN CENTS PER WI
GERMAN OFFICER REVIEWS HIS TROOPS IN HAV RFFORE R_.TPFVf
BY WEBB MILLER
will assemble at this renin! d start to the canton-
I'nitesl Press Staff <'