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tm^a**m^a*M=A. -■-"-■•■■■■ a*mi^mi7M*».mnf.**.*ii,a*»* •arK.ua IISllM ****W*me t**t*M mtf»'HIIISH HHSSWSSSSsi i USUI ■simuS Mi*,.'-. Xa-t -i-i,.j»^s. En_pt I ,jl.V. ' ■** ' '- -•( . . J »' .-<cs.' .■ »*1 he.*/.. amE__awE*-iHa THE DAILY JOURNAL-HERALD THE JOURNAL-HERALD RECEIVES THE FULL UNITED PRESS WIRE NEWS REPORTS WEATHER—Fair tonight; slightly colder; Thursday fair. DELAWARE, OHIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JAM ARY », 1»18. VOLUME 75. NO. 156. ■'RICK TEN CENTS PER WEEK HUN BARBARITY By United Press. Three of her crew were said to be London, Jan. 9.—Another British | missing, hospital ship has fallen victim to! The wounded aboard were trans- Hun barbarity. The admiralty today formally announced loss, through torpedoing on Friday at midnight of ship Rewa, The ship was sunk In the Bristol channel enroute 'from Gibraltar. ferred to patrol boats. The admiralty announced tbat the ship carried all lights and markings the hospital | indicating a hospital ship and that she had not been within the limits of the so-called German submarine barred zone. FIRE DESTROYS : -: DING!" RING THE ALARM GONGS IN FRANCE;' THEN SOLDIERS AND HORSES DON Til KIR GAS MASKS TWO URE DEAD S OF ALLIES BY EI). Is. KEEN, L'nited Press Staff Corresponslent London, Jan. 9—President Wilson's speech was the second great salvo in the allies' political offensive —the drive which is expected to be more effective than guns or bayonets in the defeat of Germany I ment. President Wilson's speech came at a psychologically opportune moment. Premier Lloyd George's speech had a marked effect in "bucking up" Great Britain. On the top wave of this feeling throughout the Empire. comes Presiden Wilson's notable address, indicating thorough agree- Other allied leaders very 'shortly'ment and complete unity among the will fire further salvos of verbal ar- al"es' tillery. i The Wilson message was received Then, if authoritative information, to° late for comment by any of the here is correct, will come a converted London morning ne-.vspapers except allied bombardment in the form oLthe Chronical, which said: a joint restatement of all war aims—i "Once more the President has statements announced by the lead-! seized on a great occasion to lead ers of thought among tbe allies. As the conscience of civilized mankind. London eagerly read the President's; He is exerting unique authority, statement today, its special appeal both moral and political, as the to Russia was held the most timely spokesman for the democratic future feature of the whole epochal docu- of the world." "One of the most novel and inter-1 all along the lines ano at advanced esting experiences of the new soldier | dressing stations and gongs are i_ anti-gas drill," said Brig. Gen. W.) A. White of the British and Canadian recruits 1 rom United By United Press. Circleville, Jan. 9.—Two persons were burned to death here early today in a fire which partially destroyed the Tremont hotel. The dead are Gecge Legore, 60, and wife, Emma, 56, guests. The couple were trapped in. a third floor room. Twelve other guests escaped unhurt. The fire started from an over-heated stove in a barn in the rear of the hotel, and spread J to tho hostelry. Mr. and Mrs. Legore bad just effected a reconciliation after an i; estrangement, friends said today. Le- how States are taught to march with ! sounded, bells rung an. whistles thei masks on and another picture blown to warn everyone of the makes plain the fact that even the danger so that no tin*..* will lie lost in horses are trained in the u:e of this Recruiting Mission. "Since the Ger- getting their m;!si:s on. We have protective device. The third picture mans first used this method of attack sent 14.0.0 Britishers ami Canadians , shiws a long line of soldiers leaving -11 of our soldiers have been initiated into the ar.-.iy from the Urited States ; the gas chamber where they have into the mysteries of the game ■eland we want 175,00ft more of them to: successfully defied t«e effec_s of the that they can thoroughly protect j volunteer at once. On. of the pic- fumes with the id of their can themselves. There are gas sentries tures illustrating this article shows> helmets." WEATHERFORD, TEX.--Pork all gore's home was in Zaleski, Vifton \in one piece, brought its highest prie'e county. Mrs. Legore had been Hvfn*g|h6re today when a -oca* butcher paid- recently ln Columbus. They met here Monday and were preparing to return this week" to their Zalecki home. The property loss was estimated at $r,ooo. CHAPLAINS SAY SIMMIES LEAD CLEAN LIVES By J. W. PEGLER. United 1**_kn Staff Oorrespon<lent With the American Army in France Jan 9.—We have a clean army" was the eulogy on the American fighting forces pronounced today in a concurrent report of the Catholic and Protestant chaplains attached to the Sammies. "American .oldiers ln France," the chaplains declared, "are in less moral danger than they would be if in service in the U. S. "We have found moral conditions most satisfactory. The military authorities are vigilantly removing temptations. The men themselves are honestly trying—with the result tbat we have a clean army." (Would refuse to take part If the me- idiator held to his intention of abiding by the suggestion of the packers that the cases be heard separately. a nearby farmer $100. hundred pound hog. 0 for a six BALLENGER, TEX. -In order to shorten the school year the Winters | school, with 500 pupils, will hoi.! classes six days a week. This will | release boys for early spring farm i work. I GERMS POT OVER JAPAN READY TO SEND TROOPS TO RUSSIA. By RALPH TURNER. L'nited Press Staff Oorresjiondriit Tokio, Jan. 9.—The impression grew today that Japan had completed ; all arrangements to send troops to Vladivostok on a moment's notice, Mr. I. Pollock was By LOWELL MELLETT. l'nited i*re.ss Stan* Oorra,ponilent London, Jan. 9.—Germany has just "put over" another fake "political crisis," according to best information available here today. The idea evidently was conceived by the pan-GermanB and the fact that jit apparently was caried out and its ' manufacture cleverly cloaked is fur- ' ther evidence, together with the kaisers attitude that the junkers are .still safely in ihe saddle in Germany. The "crisis" was in the widespread report that Quartermaster General Ludendorff an.l Field Marshal Hindenburg would resign unless policies (favored by the German annexations ! prevailed at Iirest-Litovsk. Both Ludendorff and Hindenburg have been held up to public view as elected demigods, guaranteeing the safety oi END PACKERS for protection of allied interests and to guard allied war materials. Om-|remaining offices are filled by Mr. cials refused to confirm the report al- T. M. Thomson, Vice President and though they admitted the situation at:Mr* w* B* Galleher, Cashier. the port was critical. Ditpatches say! At the stockholders' meeting held the Bilsheviki control the government offices, the banks and leading commercial houses. Five hundred Japanese residents of the city have expressed the belief that it is neces-i sary eigthy thousand German President of the Delaware National the people through their superhuman Hank, following the election of dl- cunning *n war. The report they r.ctors held Tuesday afternoon. The might gtep down was evidently circu lated with the idea of arousing the public to agree to any steps whatever which might retain these two "supermen" on tbe job. Best information via Holland is that neither Hindenburg nor his alter ego, ever seriously considered resigning. Both are confident that their influence is potent—despite the more liberal tendencies of Foreign Minister Kuehlmann. Most significent of all in support of the conviction here that the militarists and autocrats still reign supreme in Germany is the fact that so far there bas not been a single word of approval in the German press for Premier Lloyd George's recent full statement of peace aims. Nor is there any indication iu the belief of those conversant with German conditions that President Wilson's aims will be any more acceptable. It was considered most likely, however that the Germans would seize upon the American president's statements as to freedom of the seas to distort them into a paragraph for anti-British purposes. 4 KILLED WHEN JAILS CAVE IN l'nited Press. , firemen James Horan. James Kerr Chicago, Jan 9—Four firemen uud Pred Stall -ere instantly killed. wore killed and four others serious- Firemen John Ryan, Emil Henson, ly injured today when they were bu- Charles Ebling and Richard Demp- ried under the falling walls of the sey may die. Chicago Theater, a west side movie, Policmen had just driven a which caught tire shortly after mid- crowd of spectators from the danger night. Lieut Charles Anderson and .'.one when the walls collapsed. NEW YORK—It was "thumbs down" for Patrolman Joseph Ward, but he lost a finger when an excited young woman took a shot at him while he was busy directing traffic. "Ask him why?" she said. "Ask her" was his come back. CHICAGO—Miss Anna Fuziu. grand ipera singer, says $1,0000 worth of diamonds were stolen from her dressing room. The press agent says this is no press agent's yarn. war be I J j prisoners in the Amur district | carefully watched. The American minister today spent .the morning in conference with John jF. Stevens, head of the American rail- I way mission to Russia. Three hun- I dred American railway operators are | remaining in Japan awaiting developments in Russia. at the First National Bank, the following directors were elected: Hon. J. D. Van Deman, Hon. R. K. Willis and Messrs. R. B. Powers, William M. Miller. E. P. Nash, H, W. Jewell and G. W. Thomas. The organization foi- j lowing the election resulted as follows: President, Hon. J. D. Van Deman; Vice President, H. W. Jewell;' Cashier, R. B. Powers and Assistant- FOEL FDR JACKSON. MICH.—Tbe Mihcigan. exhibitor's league declared a boycott on producers of photoplays who pay their stars more than $1,000 a week, i it was declared tbat high salaries are driving photo-plays out of the class of low-priced entertainments. ' Mi" Ba CH ant Cashlei, W. Powers. Hy United Press. Chicago, Jan. 9.—Mediation of la- uor disputes between packers and employees has been temporarily suspended. Labor leaders and packers were to confer late today on a method of procedure for the sessions. Hearings will be resumed when they reach a decision, John E. Williams, federal;license," said a big six foot farmer mediator, said today. boy, who threw his questionaire on CHICAGO—Federal officials allege Patrick Mooney induced his sister to pose as his wife and swear to affidavits claiming deferred classiff* cation for dependency. Held under OF PUBLIC SERVICE Washington, Jan. 9.—Telegrams ' were sent by James J. Dugan, of the .Ohio Public Utilities Commission, to j inspectors working under him to take | necessary steps to get coal into I Richwood, Ohio. Dugan received telegrams today that more than 100 I families in Richwood are Without fuel. POLICE NEWS Webb Helu as Sim kci Williani Webb, who was mi ted By I'nited Press. Chicago, Jan. 9.—Three masked bandits who attempted to hold up the Southwest Trust and Savings Hank today in regular Bill Hart style: were routed after tbey had shot up the place and wounded Tom Flynn. a policeman. The bandits attired in wild and woolly apparel with bandanna hand- kerchiefs draping itie'ir faces, dashed, into the bank, shouting and shoot- r* J The conferences were suspended after the flrst meeting late yesterday. by the federal authorities-, on a charge of slacker, was taken to Columbus inS ** ***** ceiling, by Marshall E. C. Wilson of Wori.li- Flynn. who was in a rear room ington. Wejjb had .een employed opened fire. One ot the bandits etrated in Delaware, but lived in Worthing- seized Helen Elvers, 16, a stenogra- points, ton before ho came to this city. He pher, as a shield. Flynn was wound- gave Roanoke, W. V., as his home, ed in the leg but kept on firing. Thi MT. CLEMENS, MICH.—The pet but it was found that he had failed party broke np after the bandits de- The $1,000 bond. iir barren E. Burns, well known dog of Madame Riti Elandi, operatic to register and was turned over to cided the noise might arouse i ARKANSAS ClTY, KAN.--"Here's!Ohio Wesleyan graduate of recent star died despite the ministrations of the federal authorities. policemen. my application for a German hunting [years, has been appointed director of a doctor and a nurse. It was placed In lieu of the traditional Trusty public service of the city of Mari- in a casket trimmed in white velvet CHICAGO—The Women's Associa- cayuses," a flivver was hitched out- etta, his home town. Mr. Burns mar- and silk and buried in the rose garden tion of Commerce today sent resolu- side. This they mounted and rled Mlss Martha Curtis of this city, of the hotel where Mme. Elandi lives, tions to congress demanding that loped off stage. the table before the Cowley county board today, minus the frills calling Williams was Informed the laborers for deferred classification. By l'nited Press. Berlin via London, Jan. 9.—A violent French attack west of FrTery pen- the German line at isolated but the enemy was driven back by counter-attack:", today,! of- itemenl declared. I.- was in the afternoon following violent bombardment and i r a fron of four kilometers ltwo and a half min "At isolated points- the enemy pen- gal- etrated the lines, but an attempt be- :yond them broke down and a coun- and is well known here. He will make A granite slab has been ordered for German women be classed as alien an efficient and capable official. ithe grave. enemies. Tbere was $1,500 in the mosey ter-attack drove him back," the war trayiv and $80,000 in the vault. • reported
|Title||The Daily journal-herald. (Delaware, Ohio), 1918-01-09|
Delaware County (Ohio)
|Date of Original||January 9, 1918|
|Submitting Institution||Delaware County Historical Society|
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