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Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1916, Fort Wayne, Indiana v I THE CLASSIFIED FORT THE WAYNE WITH MIGHT AND TRY THE CLASSIFIED GAZETTE 1863 JOURNAL 1868 OF THE MONDAY SEPTEMBER 18, ASSOCIATED PRICE TWO CENTS HEMMED IN BY SCREENS WITH POLICE WORK WHILE STRIKERS MARCH Every Township In Material and Many County Will Hear the Issues Ably Fall Into Hands of the NINTH WARD ARE Organization Meeting Is Arranged With Otto horst In Allen county democrats are planning on a vigorous campaign from now un- til November seventh and meetings have been for every Within Chairman Harry F. of the will have his meeting dates ar- ranged and the spellbinders will be sent out to espouse the doctrine of democracy to the Mr. Kennerk has the names of thirty or more well-known Fort Wayne tors who will do the speaking this The of will all will not tio much Hon. recently returned from Cyrus twelfth district Hon. Harry H. Charles M. Maurice C. H. L. Homers and many others will deliver addresses throughout the county and some of them will be sent into the The men will have an ant part in the campaign this on Page 3, Column 3.) Republican Candidate Speaks To-morrow In Comes to Indiana on FOUR STATES ON NEW Sept. E. Hughes i came to New York to-night his summer home at Bridge preparatory to leaving early to-morrow for the second of his the entire day to-morrow en route to Chicago will deliver trip at Tuesday Mr. Hughes will Lie gone two returning to New York October 1 for three day rest before starting on his third and last campaign The trip on which he starts will him through Ohio and In addition he will make several in New York one at Pittsburgh and N. J. The number of speeches Mr. Hughes will deliver on his trip will be much larger than on his His busiest day will be next Thursday in There are teen cities and towns chosen for speeches or rear platform addresses on that Mrs. Hughes will accompany the The party will travel by special FIVE KILLED SlUTO NEW YORK NEW persons two probably mortally in- jured and four others less seriously hurt early to-day when 9." automobile in which they were riding crashed through a guard rail on a bridge across the Harlem The dead MRS. MARY LILLIE HYMAN CARL THOMAS All of New York Miss Mae Hart and Francis Kane are not expected to The five who lost their lives were hurled from the bridge to the twenty-five feet while the others were crushed under the wreckage of the Italians Continue Their ress on Macedonian Austrians Sept. tions four miles in length were captured Saturday night and acly by the British and French armies in the continuation their offensive north and south of the Somme river in In quantities of war material and a large number of prisoners roll into the hands of the entente prisoners being taken by the French Heavy counter attacks against the British Sunday were repulsed with large losses to the according to Near the British took a fortified position over a front of a mile known as the near an advance of about yards was made and finally the ly defended position at the over which there had been merous hard fought battles for eral fell into their To the south of the the French pushed back the Germans and occupied the remainder of the towns of dovillers and Berny still in their hands and also captured all the ground be- tween and and between and the gain being over a front running east two miles and thence east another The advance of the British ly straightens out the salient that had projected into their lines between and and brings their front here to within a scant milfe of Grandcourt and the Grandcourt now is being barded The success of the French seemingly obliterates an- other of the many salients mark the entire front of the Somme and is another move of right the entente toward the ing of Hard with the Russians the has been resumed from the Galicia and up in the Carpathian Pripet marsh region in Russia toward Berlin and Vienna claim the repulse with heavy casualties of attacks on a front or about yards in the region west of in north of islau the Carpathians at eral Berlin admits that the front of duke Charles Francis was pushed back by the Russians a short Petrograd records an advance for the on Page 3, Column 4.) WEATHER Sept. Ohio and and cooler Tuesday Lower Monday and rising Charles Who Lost Leg Two Years Was at the Steering ESCAPES UNHURT THIS TIME Charles an auto believes now that an ill fate is in store for him if he continues to drive He was at the wheel of a machine yesterday which collided with causing Injuries to the two women while those in the other machine escaped Two years ago Twitchell lost his right leg as the result of an The injured women Mrs. L. J. fracture of skull above right eye and wrenched Mrs. James on C. M. 2105' East ton was driving west on the Lincoln near Twitchell was headed east. At the same the two cars at- tempted to pass the bus with the result that the two machines Mrs. Baldwin was thrown and received Injuries which are serious but not Twitchell remained at the wheel and escaped Later the two injured women were brought to their TROLLEY PROTECTED BY SCREEN AND POLICE TRACTION Some Doubt About Affiliated Crafts Walking Out May Come Next SERVICE NOW AT NORMAL VILLA'S IN ARE KILLED IN BATTLE iOne Thousand of Them Low Passes Away at Routed In Chihuahua En- His Country Home In 600 I His 66th TREVINO WOUNDED WAS HEAD OF UNIVERSITY I Bandit Followers Capture the Served Two Terms As Mayor City But Are Driven Back j of Was Widely By Opposing j Known As An i CHIHUAHUA Sept. j by cut j own troops executed a surprise on Chihuahua in the dark of this which although successfully in- I ended in a complete victory for the de facto government troops under General Jacinto who 1 received a flesh wound in the left forearm under the At o'clock during a heavy j and while the people were the i Villa forces entered the town In two One made straight for the penitentiary where Jose the rebel on trial for plotting against the government and political were Others rushed for the government buildings and federal driving out the small Carranza General rushing his troops to vantage covered the ment buildings with rifles and machine He then took personal com- mand of the artillery at Santa Rosa on Page 7, Column 5.) American and Mexican j Members of Commission Are i Confident of NEW Sept. was expressed to-night whether the ened strike to-morrow of crafts with the carmen who quit their places here September would This strengthened when Thomas president of the International tion announced that members of. his union said to number not be called out before Leaders of the various trades un- ions were secretive to-day their contenting themselves with the announcement that they were canvassing the returns of the vote of from to workers allied with transit operation in this It was said that many of the local unions listed to participate in the to-morrow had vested strike call ers in their and workers would be prepared to leave their places on short So far as the strike of the carmen Is the heads of the transit lines it was vice on subway and elevated lines con- j normal and improvement was noted on surface The rough Rapid Transit and the New York Railways companies announced that strikers who wished their old places back must apply for them at once as the operating organization of both companies is rapidly being re- to full strength without Few attempts at violence were re- ported by the police Several mass meetings were held In parts of the city but there was no dis- 7, Column 7.) While the traction strikers and their sympathizers paraded in New their good conduct and restraint at a time when the fortunes of the contest appeared .to be turning against their jobs were in the the thousands of on- lookers arid astonished had street cars .to oar a i ers roared out One that had been composed especially for the sion was sung to the tune of Was Seeing Nellie the chorus of which are burying Hedley's We are burying Hedley's This is old Hedley's funeral For we're burying Hedley's The marchers carried hundreds of I RESUME SESSIONS TO-DAY NEW Sept. Both American and Mexican members of the joint commission studying the NEW Sept. former mayor of New and one time president of Columbia died late to-day at his country Broadbrook at the age of 66.. He had been ill several months of a complication of A for the worse was an- last night and it was then said the patient probably could not re- Seth Low was twice mayor of once mayor of New and for eleven years was president of bia In each of these offices he became distinguished for public and he was known throughout the country as one of the leading ures in New York city Mr. Low's most recent activities were exerted in an effort to find a lution of the differences between the railroad brotherhoods and the He had long been consulted by heads of the Mr. Low's illness was attributed by his friends to a general Since the out- break of the European war he had been especially active as president of the New York Chamber of and president of the National He was chairman of executive committee of delegate at large to Now York state constitutional and a member of a commission appointed to investigates labor troubles in As chairman of the commission on city government In the constitutional Mr. Low is said to have worked continuously for six many hours in the day and For three months prior to his illness ne devoted himself almost exclusively to trying to find a solution to the ences between the railroad hoods Even after he was stricken he in touch with tne brotherhood Samuel president of American Federation of other union leaders with whom he on terms of his Illness assumed an banners and of international questions growing out or the legends displayed will no- Mexico's years revolution were con- several Mr. to-night that material I himself with plans of the National tion of the point of view of Our Are All New Over This Parade 1 the the Union Is Now Says the Public Worried at Failure of Several Private They De- mand Their INSTITUTION IS SOLVENT RELIGIOUS ISSUES RAISED IN 0. CAMPAIGN FILMS Popular Goshen Proprietor of Hotel Sept and Poles in Chicago's west side foreign panic stricken by failure of several private jammed and fought their way to-day into a state bank in that ancl created a I run on the The bank was j that of Sohiff and which i has more than in deposits and is believed to be absolutely Banks in the west side foreign quarter are opened here for a few hours on When the Schiff i bank opened at a. a crowd of j depositors entered and Police protection was StOrehOUSe On Fairfield AVe. GOOd Start Before toward a mutual understanding would be made but nient upon for the tenance of order along the border was considered The Mexican members returned night from New York where they spent the week-end and Dr. John the American representative who I was obliged to leave for a few i is expected here when the sessions j are resumed Secretary I Judge Gray and Major General Bliss here in an advisory j went to Newport to-day on the i An effort probably will be made by j i the Americans to confine the j sions early in the week to subjects lated to Mexico's internal affairs and j it is now believed the Mexican will offer serious i To advise with them on the subject j and others upon the status of Americans in Mexico it was said i to-day that the American I Civic Mrs. other Sim have hot been Born In January 18, 1880; he came of a long line of merchant on Page 2, Column 'M WILL BE HELD 10-DAY Accompanied By Mrs. Leaves for S. C. BUILDING IS state LUC ers had requested that Counsellor Polk ENGAGEMENTS POSTPONED be sent PROHIBITION SPECIAL A railroad torch or lantern is be- j ENTERS CALIFORNIA to have started a which early yesterday morning destroyed the j Sept. 17. The old warehouse of the coast to coast special train bearing J. on Fairfield with a loss of j Frank Hanly and Dr. Ira j prohibition candidates for president Owing to the cold weather and the ancl arrived here night from and fact that it was neighbors campaign will begin slept late and it. was not until the morrow with seven meetings blaze had gained big headway it here and ending in was An alarm was ed from box 71. California is one of the states which the drys are making a determined When the firemen arrived to capture this fall and the found the big a story j ers of the prohibition national brick about 200 feet a mass of are trying hard to unite all I savings mostly in had been withdrawn hour the blaze was under control and j extinguished NEW Sept. the Issues Raised in G. O. P. Campaign the New York World morning will print the following Religion is to be injected Into the political campaign by the republican national committee within the next according to present plans through the instrumentality of a ing picture based on a scenario ten by Hal Reid and produced by Mr. by Everett for- mer progressive senator of New and now an active member of the republican national campaign The film will be turned over to the republican national committee to-day by Mr. if present plans are not will be distributed throughout the country by the national the to bo displayed under the auspices or by with the various republican state Tn addition to bringing a religious issue into the campaign the picture of which Mr. Reid is very and which Mr. Colby asserts is tutes an attack upon the president of the United unique in tion and amazing in its One of the chief scenes of this play shows group of Catholic fleeing in terror from a band of before a convent in They are seized by the Mexican and dragged into they screaming and Blow at the Instantly there is flashed on the screen a picture showing President Wilson at his desk in liis head resting on his arm This is but one of the called which Reid's There are many the historical accuracy of which might be questioned It is in this that the religious question is brought prominently to the force though in a subtle That this is not more an accident or case of overzeal on the part of the playwright would seem to be clearly indicated by another campaign dent of the last The Hughes a subsidiary to tlie republican national having offices in the same building as tho at number 611 Fifth has as its honorary Mrs. Theodore Jr. Miss Alice Carpenter is the chairman and among the women connected with the organization are Mrs. William E. Miss Anne Mrs. Elon H. Mrs. E. Tiffany and on Page 7, Column 1.) Sept W. R. well known here and of the Vawter Park hotel at Lake died at Indianapolis where he had been a patient in a hospital since an operation under- gone last The deceased was 49 years of age and was born at Dr. McGarvey was one ot the most popular men of this section of the The hotel at is to be sold at A BEGINS JTS SESSIONS D. Sept. fourth biennial sesion of the national conference of Catholic Charities began at the Catholic university here with an attendance of nearly one sand delegates representing Catholic charity organizations In twenty-eight on Column 5.) to the W. campaign gave out to-night an open letter he has The which was formerly 1 sent to Purley national super- j the erecting was filled with intendent of the I road some of be i inviting his of the party's Much of the i Heretofore the league ancl i will be a complete the party have not worked j property was insured by a blanket j agreeing on the main issue but i icy covering company i BANDITS AND KILL TWO MEN differing on Meetings will continue three THIEVES STEAL JEWELRY FROM WEALTHY WIDOW LONG N. Sept. Fire of Unknown Origin Causes Loss of Entire City Is 111., Sept. of un- known which was discovered j men killed were C. Anderson ancl about o'clock this evening wiped j len out the property of the Central ber company valued at and FARM LOAN TRIP Sept. bandits who robbed the state bank of ambushed a posse pursuing them in the south of here to-day and killed two men and wounded two After the en- i counter they were trailed into a dense where it was reported late night they had been The LONG N. Sept. President and Mrs. Wilson left here at 2 o'clock this afternoon for to attend the funeral of his Mrs. Anne E. who died day in New The ices will be held to-morrow in First Presbyterian President Wilson will return Tuesday All arrangements for political con- ferences are being held in during the president's absence In South It is that as aoon as returns he will assume of his campaign and will see callers at Shadow his summer Accompanied by Dr. Cary T. the white house Mr. and Mrs. Wilson went by automobile this afternoon from Long Branch N. to meet other relatives of Mrs. who are taking the body to Going by way of ington the president is clue to arrive On Page 7, Column 4.) A MILLION A MONTH TO KEEP THE BELGIANS FROM STARVING damaged adjacent buildings and The town was cut off from communication and the tele- phone lines also were Owing to the menacing flames the Vandalia TO END SEPT. 28 Sept. transcontinental trip of the farm loan Railroad company could not run board to gather information for di- trains through the city several j vision of the country into twelve farm That n large portion of the j loan districts under the rural credits was not destroyed is due to the I law will end here September 28. A prompt work of its any effective work could be revised itinerary announced to-night provides for nine including done by the fire the city I one at September 25, and which is supplied from a another at September volr became Men and boys responded promptly and formed a great bucket brigade which is largely HOWARD GIRL IS posse arc searching for a thief who responsible for wiving adjacent broke into the home of Mrs. Edward j The property of the lumber j F. C. Young at Saturday I company was insured The company Ms one of the oldest business concerns night and earned off jewelry valued itl by Mrs. at President Wilson's summer is about a Quarter of a mile from the house which was Mrs. Young is the widow of a Jersey City Vandalia passenger train No. 44, due at at was held up on account of tho fire for several Freight cars and their con- tents on siding near tho were LIGHTNING Sept. i apparently out of the clear to-day killed Miss Rosene 22 years at her home in near was sleeping on a sleeping porch near a The shattered the telephone at the side of the NEW that the war will continue at least an- other full the commission for re- lief in Belgium announced to-day that it faces the necessity of asking and soon will ask tho American people to give a million dollars mouth in order to avert widespread sickness and death from the lack of proper To date the United States has con- an average of less than half a million a while the purchases in this through funds provided from other have lately averaged over ton millions of dollars a W. L. who has just arrived in New York to succeed Captain J. F. Lucey as director of the commission in after having filled a similar position in the children of Belgium and northern France arc to grow to healthy they must be provided with more food than is now supplied to and to this end tho commission for relief in Belgium will soon ask the people of the United States to give at one million dollars monthly ward the cost of a special meal which will be served every day in the Just before he sailed for Mr. Honnold inspected conditions in the occupied areas and lie comes here convinced that the commission must I increase its activities on behalf of tho must bat an alarming increase of tubercular troubles among both children and Mr. Honnold am sure that the plight of the children will appeal strongly to the instincts of the American and they will gladly port us meeting this insistent call of it is the opinion of the mission that the war will continue for ill least another relief must be afforded for a corresponding This means that the which has now been in operation for two will probably have to deliver during the next year about tons of foodstuffs into Belgium and northern calling for an of more than A large portion of the owing to tho cessation of export ancl import are wholly or partially destitute and have to be provided with free of This class will call for fully of charity in the coming or over per It would that the more adequate ing of the children now so urgently calling for additional offers au on Page Column 1.)
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