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Van Wert Daily Bulletin, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1915, Van Wert, Ohio ESTABLISHED A D 1873 VAN OHIO TUESDAY 1 1915 When you think of Glasses think of Collier COLLIER'S GLASSES SATISFY Phone distant appointments at our expense 1771 or 1527 224 aat 226 Home Guard Building Good blood they say and bad blood certainly does Poor or dis- ordered blood tells its own story in lowered vitality loss of energy in akin eruptions in rheumatic and in pallid or sallow appearance complexion Take San Tox Blood Purifier It parities and the blood It cures boils pimples and other skin troubles It expels rheumatic poison m the system It builds up strength and energy Price f 1.00 for Bottle THE San Tox Store WEBSTER BROS Druggists TWO CENTS ZEPPELINS SHELL CITY OF LONDON World's Metropolis Experiences Long Expected Raid FIRES FOLLOW BOMBARDMENT Your Personal Appearance Has much to do with your success Your Linen should have that fresh clean look That is the way we re- turn it to you The Empire Laundry 832 West Jackson Street Phone 1061 AT LOWEST RATE On Pianos Live Stock machinery or any kind of Chattel Property KVERY DAY HOME LOAN OFFICE Phone 1068 Over Store A SPECIALTY For storing Stoves Freight and Local Draying Chairs and Tables for parties call Rucklos Dray Line EARL Proprietor 1844 217 South Walnut Street Raiders Fly From the Neighborhood of Brussels In Belgium Cross the Channel and Strike the City From the Northeast Strict Censorship Enforced to Keep Enemy ed of the Effect of the Attack London June -3 have reached London How there were over what section of the city they have flown what lias been may not he told at thu time The statement of the press bureau may only he transmitted Following many rumors the press bureau issued the following an Zeppelins have over the outlying districts of London Immediately thereafter came notification which is The press bureau reminds papers no statement must ho detailing the and the neighborhood of London reached by air craft or of the course to have been taken by them Tho statement The admiralty corn all the news that erly can be published The press bureau a little later I mitted the information to be sent that J the Zeppelins were first over J Ramsgate on the north foreland later were reported over It was admitted that in out- lying districts of London have been many fires reported hut these fires it was said can not absolutely be connected with the air craft The strictest of censorship designed to keep the enemy uninformed of the cf feet of his Ions expected raid over tiii British metropolis permits no klea of what has occurred The raiders as had been expected have come from tho neighborhood of Brussels whore the new Zeppelin sheds have been erected and where it was reported within the week that six new dirigibles of very had been They have over nvl crossed the el at a narrow point striking the north about GO or 0 miles of London course If straight from there would have been over Chatham and and the outlying district of the capital would have would have in Greenwich with sailors home factories and Instead they have been report from which is so miles northeast of London h moans they have eroded the or an estuary In a have approached the city tho northeast This would them first to Romt'ord as the first section Of tho city after would Ilford and then tho White dis- of London In their course then would be the Tower tho Hank of land and the Field district with minster Ahboy about miles dis- tant Turning in the financial district v place them the docks and their shipping COUNT VON BERNSTORFF German Ambassador to Hold Con- ference With President Wilson VON BERNSTORFF TO SEE WILSON German Envoy to Discuss Situ ation the President HELD AN ENCOURAGING SIGN by American Press HAPPENINGS Xenia Faculty Protests Loveland O June faculty of the Theological y protested at the fifty-seventh genera assembly of the United Presbyterian church of America the adoption of the report of the ciary committee on the distribution of funds to educational institutions report hold that the board of tion In apportioning funds had not held strictly to the terms of the de- reached by the last general as for distribution on the of collegiate and seminary attendance Condemned Man Breaks Fast Columbus June Toledo man In the death cell at penitentiary who threatened to starve himself to death has begun to cat Warden Thomas told him that it would not eat he would be fed forcibly by means of a tube through his mouth or nostrils Following this threat He alt enough in one meal to make up several days starvation Nonunion Band In Parade Cleveland June day parade was marred when two camps of Spanish War Veterans nnd the local engineer corps of the state militia men in all refused to march because a non- union volunteer band was in line Musicians union caused trouble by refusing to allow the band a union organization to participate ALL RECORDS SMASHED BY RALPH DE PALMA Balloonist Falls to Death Cleveland fune plunged feet to in 1 drop at park His third parachute failed to open Three thousand persons saw the Lutherans Select Chicago Akron O June ed Harrisburg in the contest for the biennial convention of eral synod of the Lutheran church will be held in Pi 17 The choice made after a heated debate Officials Hold Berlin's Reply Predict Prompt Action by This Government and Strict rence to the Letter and Spirit of President Wilson's Last Note to Germany Washington June action this government and strict ad- herence to the letter and spirit of President last note to many are predicted in official ters where it is stated that Berlin's reply is wholly unacceptable While the president and the cabinet are ex- to agree upon the next step to be taken with reference to Germany at the cabinet meeting this afternoon it is practically certain that no action will be taken until after tomorrow when Count Von Bernstorff the man ambassador has arranged to dis cuss the situation with the president The ambasador indicated to Secretary Bryan that would like to have an opportunity to talk over the situation with the at the earliest convenience and an ment was accordingly made for tomorrow The president has made no effort to learn the views of his advisers on the German note The impression pre- vails in official quarters that the ident already nus clearly in his own mind the kind of response which German note merits and that the end cf the cabinet meeting today will the administration's course upon It is by many tnat rejection of Germany's tions and a reiteration of Wilson's demands will make up the note to sent in return The States reply will of course be ex in the most polite and most friendly tone Such reflections of public opinion reached the White House seemed to indicate that such a response to many will supported by this try A good were re- at the White House of the to by the position he in Ills previous rote to Germany The president's statement made in his speech at Ar- cemetery yesterday that it the duty of the government to he hope iml of t States js regarded as ing ill's appreciation of the rights of public o Inlou and ns be will until he gauged public FRANK P WALSH Chairman cf Federal tee on Industrial Relations by American Press Association WALSH STATEMENT Claims Charges Against the lers Have Been Proved Kansas City June ment brought against the anent the Colorado coal strike was proved at the recent Washington hear ing before tne industrial relations commission according to Chairman Prank P Walsh in a statement issued The statement With the close of the Washington the commission has ly completed its investigation of Colorado strike Tiie American ple now have access to a public ord which for the first time In tho of our country tells the story of how great monopolistic erty Interests go about it when they wish to crush a revolt against trial despotism and thus retain the r arbitrary power over the lives of men women and children Negotiates 500 Miles in Less Than 5 34 Minutes WHERE ARE MADE HIMES SPECIALIST 111 West Main Street Van Wert O Twice Indianapolis June mile sweepstakes race was won here by Kalph In a Mercedes Jl all records for the distance His time was and his average 80.84 miles The record made by Thomas In 1914 was B averaging 82.47 in n was An- derson third Cooper fourth sixth Alley eighth Carlson Maxwell ninth Sunbeam tenth cars started and a high mark was ser for tracks to shoot at There was a groat when Do stopped H tiie pit after the was won He drove Into his garage and shut th floor tt avoid the crowd that chased him lie drove a perfect race en stopped twice the time on twenty-second lap and In the ono and I went lap His though tin Of A was be to madi In Kor the first time in th course there were no a dry track nnd cool con- ditions prevailed Kesta negotiated first milos In 1 I Babe Weighs 17 Pounds o luno boy baby was born to Mr end Mrs Floyd Thomas Physicians say the boy is one of the largest de- liveries In history LIVE STOCK AND GRAIN EAST BUFFALO Junr 1 Ifi 1 s JO s liS TS f CHICAGO 1 I cf 23 M 7 1 3d CLEVELAND run I i 25 SJi t-i arul CINCINNATI 1 h- fi y ti HUERTA'S ASSERTION Ten Million Mexicans Would Resist I n nt ion VorK lunc At the fst hint of any intervention no matter when it tral ten million would spring to arms would be no longer a question of par ties or factions- all would bo cans first and last I do not think that In realize the intensity ot the love tvery Mexican feels for jis country They may just as do un dor ono roof DIP outsider comes in to interfere then it is nr other matter Hnt I do not know why we should talk about makes you think there IK any question of The of Koil sent to starving of Mexico I to In my time there was no ion NO FAMINE IN MEXICO DECLARES CARRANZA American Note Will Receive Scant Consideration From Leaders Kl Tex June 1 C the state la's at has been in Kl Paso for about a week for the of a tren to did not take the text of the that 1 resident Is to to the Mexi lenders Simil lar Two Boats Torpedoed London Mine was torpedo d nnd sunk by a German submarine forty tho Tyne The w of were safely in small boats Tho steamer Harry a small also was torpedoed a German rine and sunk at the west end of channel The crew was landed Latsen Peak In Violent Eruption Cal June l peak has into violent eruption Another flow of boiling mini Is ed to ho pouring down thf o the volcano are for of many to been In the danger 1 T I i I It ji 11 in T H r C t'i 7 K BOSTON 1 XX quarter Coffey Defeats Flynn York luno the to fight less on Labor day by defeating lini the Pueblo fireman In the open air nt the nice track before a crowd of nearly many of whom were Tho fireman was In ninth round of a badly left TO THE POINT Albert k bis at drink ing ot of Houard is M O with ing lo fite of r sh keep with him A young chauffeur Carru r operating a cnr in Wise county Va wag shot to death at a merchant It charged who by car will he to ami Zapata General Villa is to a statement upon Mexican In It he will declare that if the States will aid him lo the extent of to get un- while refusing to to he will soon in Mexico issued a statement at Vora denying that famine exists Mexico and asserting that as fast a his regain control of Mexico they are spreading benevolence and prosperity Ho says hero in no for American help that thorp Is a shortage of food In tain It Is known from expressions gained from lieutenants of Villa and Can that the note wHl consideration from either er The sentiment of General towards American diplomacy was r contly when fie wa talking with an American correspond ont a announced the ence of for President Wilson and Villa Kxf use mo ton hns mo another down I him this remark ended the conversation with the cor- respondent to po into tho next room to moot tho diplomatic agent ITALIAN TROOPS SUFFER REVERSE Engage Austrians on Plateau That Dominates Trent SHELLING OF CITY IMMINENT Another Force of Victor Emmanuel's Men Threatens a Railway Line tha Main Source of Austrian Supplies For Check German Onslaught and Assume the Offensive Paris June troops pressed forward to the teau which dominates the city of Trent only ten away to an admission of the Austrian war The account says that the en- counter on this elevated stretch of land where there are Austrian was a tierce one which re- in a reverse to the Italians The fact that the Italians are so near Trent however Is regarded here ao an indication that the bombardment of Trent itself may be expected very shortly Farther to the north Italian troops penetrated to the town of according to Vienna reports where they appeared in considerable strength is but a few miles east of the railroad which runs from Innsbruck through to Trent This railroad is the source of Austrian supplies for Trent and its capture at a point in the of would mean the isolation of TrerK It is therefore apparent that the Hal ian general staff by an enveloping movement is attempting to deprive Trent of Its source of supplies in the north while preparing to attack it In strength from the south A Home dispatch While ian forces are dosing in on Trent re- ports reaching here say that are doing their best to terrorize the population in that region even ening to place the inhabitants in Una Of the Italian guns if a bombardment of the city is begun Five hundred including women aro said to have been put to death on one pretext or another The inhabitants are being into concentration camps The war announced a successful bombardment of the arsenal at Pola the Austrian naval base on the atic by an Italian dirigible Bombs were dropped on the railroad and on oil reservoirs Heavy fighting on sula result in the rout of the at- tacking Turkish forces in announced in Ik ial statement The tics of the Turks are said to amounted to at least The Brit ish losses are given as WILSON UPHELD Says He Nation's Support Washington luric I of America's r sailor were here President Wilson Bryan and Governor y I Willis of Ohio at pressive Mt mortal day exercises at Arlington National cemetery President Wilson cheered on hia arrival and departure and during his address carefully avoided any direct reference to problems now facing the States He was applauded when ho declared tha greater days before this than It has over yet seen and the emn consciousness of those who bear office In this time is that they must make their best endeavor to embody in what they do and say the bea things In the States Governor Willis evoked applause when he The president of the States is making a successful effort to keep us out of the broils of and Now is the lime to keep cool think carefully stand by president He and his cabinet know vastly more of our cate relations with European than the rest of us can let us hold up his hands in thi patriotic he is making in crisis FRANK HEARING CLOSED Thousands Protest Against Execution of the Condemned Man Atlanta Ga June 1 Without a move on the part of tiie prosecution to make a counter showing against the appeal for commutation for Leo M Frank the bearing before the stata prison commission came to a ingly early close A long list of bles appeared before the commission and thousands of petitions were filed protesting against the execution of tho man The outstanding feature of the was the introduction of a letter written by the Judge Roan who presided at Frank's trial in which the judge urged that Prank be rot executed as there was grava doubt of his guilt BASEBALL NATIONAL LEAGUE T PS W T i i- n 553 R H E- o 11 2 Tyler n H E RUSSIANS ON OFFENSIVE Assert and Movements Have Been Checked P June re- port of the Kussian general serts the German and movements In the eastern field of war are not only checked but that In many sections where i week imo the Russians were falling they have now assumed the of- fensive They are continuing the pressure In the region up near the shores of tne Baltic they are ing prisoners in the river re- gion southwest of Warsaw The river northeast of and southeast of has been crossed and the town of captured while in the southern field the checks administered have ed in the capture of many man prisoners and machine Phila AT BOSTON in 0 0 fi ft f 2 0 0 0 0 M 0 i ri s Kill an AT PITTSBURGH Phi II f fi r fi ft 0 0 1 f i 1 0 0 AT NEW R H E 01 ri A 0 2 0 12 3 New Verk i o 0 0 n l l J 9 3 AT ST H ft EL H 1 lj II 0 J 0 f 1 4 1 n 1 ft 1 ft I 1 1 1 I 3 1 AMERICAN LEAGUE t w i po 11 ir n 472 I iu U ir 441 x i1 ir i 1C 17 ir AT R Is V rk l n u n t 1 R 7 0 u o i s 4 THE WEATHER Observations of the States weather bureau taken at 7 p m Temp Now York ar loudy Hear Xain loudi St Now Orb ms Seattle Washington June 1 for warmer British York June but tho British tho largest afloat had boon sunk in tho was in throo and generally believed cording to Peter Duncan Milloy a broker in Brooklyn who 11 from R H E 0 T 1 V fry AT I 0 i s linviK AT H H E u ii I l r 0 n ri n i r 0 0 ii 0 u 1 1 7 2 nnd S AT ft H ft i fi l n n n o 3 i l o i 1 3 f I n I w BRITISH SHIP SUNK Loaded With Cotton and Steel Billets It Is Torpedoed Off French Coast Savannah dti June Co were advised that the owned by Company and Hying the flag had boon iff the French coast by tho Germans and The crew escaped vessel was loaded with cotton and billets and sailed from k and Savannah Tne was for Havre and billets for Port Ta F D M St radian 01 the head of tho company owning the is a ji ft nnd the company is a The f for Havre from Savannah on May 7 took with h r bales of ton valued at Aquitania Reported on the Rocks Now York June 1 on the Ked Star liner Lapland ar- rived hero from Liverpool brought the information that the former rarder the British ship afloat now commandeered for a transport in aground on rocks and in bad shape In the Mersey FEDERAL LEAGUE t pci is 5.10 si 17 IT K city 11 It jr 17 316 Brooklyn 5 Newark 3 Buffalo 3 5 Chicago 2 Kansas City 1 St Louis 0 0 called AMERICAN ASSOCIATION v i i w i t t pt i 19 -1 II 21 17 Ml 14 jl lx u 2 K 513 400 Columbus 3 Louisville 1 St Paul 6 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