Page 1 of 1 Jul 1915 Issue of Indianapolis Star in Indianapolis, Indiana

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Read an issue on 1 Jul 1915 in Indianapolis, Indiana and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Indianapolis Star.

Browse Indianapolis Star

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 1 Jul 1915 Indianapolis Star in Indianapolis, Indiana. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Indianapolis Star, The (Newspaper) - July 1, 1915, Indianapolis, IndianaPage of interesting sidelights on the War will appear in sunday Star the government takes a Bird census in Indiana is told i n the sunday Star Empire car factory is moved Here 250 men to be Given employment july 12 when new Plant opens morning Juia 1 13 no 26 cents i score of american lives submarine sinks liner oof larger Home needed weather rain c b says in Terest in Indianapolis was responsible for change by a Deal closed in biggest Tion of the year to its manufacturing industries and Opportunity employment of several Hundred skilled workmen was opened when the Empire automobile company took pos session of the factory formerly by the Federal motors com Pany at West fifteenth Street and big four with the conclusion of the negotiations for the factory property comes the announcement that the Empire company will begin making a Cylinder touring car for aug 15 de livery this is taken to mean that the factory Force will be in operation within the two weeks As the of the opening of the employ office is set for july 12 Force will be increased it is estimated that 260 skilled workmen be employed at the time the Plant is opened this Force will be increased and probably before sept 1 fully 360 men will be employed for the present manufacturing of the Der Empire car will be continued in the present factory in but after january this Model Alfs will be produced in the local Plant the factory obtained by the Empire company is known As one of the Model manufacturing plants of the City on the grounds in addition to the two Story Brick office and building two structures and a three Story building of reinforced con Crete in addition to the Power House All factory buildings Are of fireproof construction the Plant having the Benefit of one of the lowest insurance rates in the City the buildings which will be used for final assembling on 3 column 4 u s May take Over Germany s wireless belief that n or nation is communicating with sub marines in English Waters threatens breach Washington june United tates is seriously considering taking Over hit wireless station at l i me of the two great plants by which direct communication Between the tates and Germany is maintained the Tuckerton n ready is under government control evidence of alleged violations of at Sayville notwithstanding the censorship conducted by the Navy de has been gathered by the de of Commerce secretaries Daniels and Lansing have conferred Jat length on the subject and expect to announce their decision in a few Days talk to submarines the belief of High naval officers Here the Sayville station is powerful enough to communicate with submarines across the Atlantic thus making ble the use of american territory As a of hostile operations is one of the influences of controlling the Plant officials at the Navy and Commerce de ments Are in favor of the change Lansing has the question under no reduction in the of the take place of say As a commercial business be continued with naval i Complete charge the sending n Plain English but apparently hidden meaning is Arou is curiosity of the Navy Aff of censors was last Wool until the Navy is of keys officials contend there can absolute Security against violation neutrality forecast for Indiana for Day and showers thursday Friday partly Cloudy forecast for Anapolis and Vicinity for showers almanac of the Day sundaes at j Sun sets weather conditions yesterday 7 a m 89 percent j 7 p m percent amount during the Twenty four ending at 7 p m 0 total amount since Jan 1 1915 13.63 accumulated departure from Normal since Jan 1 7.99 m 07 i 8 7 p m 76 i lowest 6 the same Date 7 a m 61 i highest 7 p 75 lowest 51 mobs Rule in capital of Mexico courier reaches Vera Cruz with news of desperate condition in City u s deficit May be exact figures still unknown at close of Treasury s fiscal year sources of Revenue not having reported income tax is Post office department runs be Hind although customs receipts fail to show expected shrinkage Rush at Federal building brings of Money business came with a Rush yesterday in the office of Peter j collector of internal Revenue More than be ing taken in during office hours and after that or Kruyer says that he sex about in today s the department collected in june of that amount being taken in yesterday this amount has been col from the Sale of Revenue Stamps ranging from of a cent to Only one of the latter was used being required on a Legal document in a Deal made by the Atlas with More than persons and firms facing delinquency it looked As if several thousand would pay the 50 per cent Alty to Uncle Sam but yesterday s Rush reduced the number to less than of the 600 Banks in this District fewer than 100 have not paid in Case of Banks there is fifteen Days in which to pay Washington june the Ness Yeay of the Federal government came to an tonight with Treasury officials still determine How much of a deficit the accounts of re and expenditures for the last twelve months will show internal Revenue offices throughout the try telegraphed that they would re main open until a late hour tonight and that figures on the last Day s returns would not be available until some time tomorrow the deficit today exclusive of ments on account of the Panama canal was Well Over but officials were confident that figures will be materially reduced the income tax up until today had produced Only about but estimates of the total return from this source have agreed on something More Han Congress amended the a so that persons or corporations who to not pay until july 10 Are not subject penalty and there is no Way of telling Low Many Are waiting until the last ment to pay May be r estimates of the Treasury deficit varied Between and re in the last few Days however made it apparent that there will be no continued on 2 Garrison withdrawn Indiana woman prominent in Ion functions rioters attack and loot stores to get foreigners believed Safe Elpaso Tex june a plan for peace in Mexico will be Laid be fore president Wilson soon by Miguel Diaz Lombardo if oppor offers it was announced late tonight or Lombardo minister of relations in the Villa Cabinet will depart for Washington for that purpose Washington june conditions in the City of Mexico with unchecked mobs ing and looting Are described in dispatches cabled to the United states government tonight from Vera Cruz by a courier left the mexican capital last Friday june 25 when the courier started ally the entire Garrison had been withdrawn to the Zapata array on the outskirts of the City ing the attacking Carranza Force under Gen Pablo Gonzales ales had been Back with loss and was waiting for reinforcements coming up Vera Cruz before renewing the Sault no mention was made of attacks upon so officials assumed that they vere Safe Many stores had been looted and great mobs were rioting and seizing food wherever it was be found news relayed to Wilson the dispatches were to Vilson at Cornish n h and the situation will be Laid be Ore Secretary Lansing when he returns tomorrow from mass the mexican been Cut off rom communication with the outside world by wire and rail for twelve Days the last previous word from thare had ome monday night in dispatches from the charge sent by courier who left he City june 23 two Days before the de of the messenger who brought he reports received tonight at that Ime conditions were Only less serious Han the latest dispatches describe Thorn the a Patistas Are said to have nearly men and although poorly equipped or the Battle against the forces of ales which Are Well armed and ully supplied with ammunition Are pre paring to desperately before leaving he capital to Carranza Villa ousts Borboa Gen Villa according to advices to the department has removed col of from command of the san Luis Potosi because he threatened foreigners a forced loan and a confiscation of mining property the threats wore re to the state department Juno 23 and representations by the department to brought the word that orders were issued for his removal a summary of mexican advices issued y the department the department is in receipt of a ram from Consul at that Gett Maytorena the governor of Sonora and Gen Calles Tho mrs j Mason Duncan mrs j Mason Duncan of the efficient hostess of the Indiana building at the tonal exposition has taken h prominent part not Only in All of the social affairs attendant upon her duties As one of the exposition hostesses but has been at numerous unofficial affairs Given by the members of san Francisco s smart set during the recent governor and mrs Ralston and lieutenant governor William p o Neill mrs Duncan presided at several delightful affairs among which was the official reception at the Indiana building which has been pronounced one of Tho most attractive and hospitable at the exposition mrs Duncan has also a prominent part in the Given by the woman s Board of the sit Ion on Indiana Day mrs Duncan by mrs Ralston and a number of prominent living in san Cisco received More than guests in the course of the Day and evening 1 killed 3 when speeds Gar pole members of party returning from fishing trip pinioned under Auto after it hurtles Fence and catches afire one victim s Chin summary of the Indianapolis Star thursday july 1 continued on 3 thousands witness Clark wedding in Locust Bower i speaker s United to James m Thomson in marriage such As Missouri never saw notables and lowly mix Bowling to june Genevieve Clark the of speaker Champ Clark of the National House of Arkansas president and mrs Marshall will for hot Ark or Marshall is be Tho speaker Day at a july fourth Celebration to vice president May remain at the a few Days to Lake dome Baths relieve m one of his 1 n he has had a Kink in one h Ulder getting drenched in a a few Days ago he was on 1 Tui i Obille ride in the country when 11 storm came up so suddenly that f soaked before the top of the could to raised and the imn representatives married this afternoon of the new Orleans item ceremony took place on the of Honey the Clark called because the Large Locust Trees that adorn the grounds the bridal party stood under a White built under a Honey Locust tree arid almost hidden in promptly at 4 an in the began the Gran wedding and miss Clark James m Thomson leaning on her fat by eight is and Tho Bra the speaker Clark Gav and the wedding be by the Rev Arm and pre lers eight of walked from to Tho his daughter onion was performed s Hoyd pastor of Tho first Church of by before in j til the Stato has there Contin us stores close monday i practically nil retail stores in Tho downtown District will to closed All Day monday Falls on monday will Bev observed As Legal Holiday the stores will then Tho next retail stores will close at 5 in Tho Days closing will continue until Bent 7 War score of american lives lost by sinking of Steamer armenian by German sub Marine t British Crew takes to boats in heavy sea when Wasp sinks vessel 1 daring British assault captures Yards of Turk trenches 6 russian Retreat carries Teutons farther into Poland 10 b Clark says War is not ing Birds out of mexican situation courier brings news of renewed anarchy in City of Mexico 1 Domestic thousands see wedding of Champ Clark s daughter Genevieve Orleans editor 1 Nesbit thaw to appear As Ness at sanity trial 2 Federal court Sale of c h d Branch to be held in Federal Treasury deficit expected to reach 1 u s government May take Over wireless at l 1 u s Trade balance for fiscal year passes 2 to the i Williamsport ind Juno 30 Man was killed two wore seriously injured and another painfully Hurt while along the Road Between Boswell and late this evening in a High Power car when the car struck a Culvert swerved to Tho bide of the Road hurtled a wire Fence and clipped off a Telephone Post the ground before Landing in a Field Bottom Side up with pinioned beneath immediately after the car landed the gasoline tank exploded wetting tire to the machine with the men under it the de Wattles seriously injured Bryant fix Earl Turner painfully Lon Stephens Butler in front of whose Homo the Accident occurred went to the of the men and drugged them trom beneath the burning car but not before Wattles waa so severely burned died soon after the men were carried to Butler s Home and from summoned Stephens who was the Chine escaped with a sprained ankle and n was Able to go to his Home fix severely bruised and suffered of Muscles in his Turner s was open and to suffered As on the body neither fix nor Turner was Able to leave Tho Butler Home the men who Are All Farmers listing in the Vicinity of Ambia had gone fishing near in the afternoon the car belonging to Stephens they started to return about i o clock in the evening and in an Effort to make return trip in a Short time opened Tho car to its capacity Wattles is by his widow and three children u s seeks to learn status of armenian blown up by torpedo destruction of vessel and killing of americans causes sensation in Washington but effect on relations with Germany depends on whether ship was chartered by British and on stances attending sinking v ruling on Grandfather May give u s weapon against vote South 2 u s submarine released undamaged from rocks on West 2 one killed and three injured when speeding Auto hits phone pole 1 conference speaker tells of Industrial investigations in new York 7 Man in Effort to ate family kills himself and jury hearing evidence in Der Case in ton night 7 local today is invited to attend 1 anniversary Tion at Refuge for sick children at eight Whites and fifteen negroes Peris Washington june Dominion freight liner armenian flying tits British and from Newport news vhf to England was torpedoed and sunk of monday night by Iho submarine off Cornwall and nearly a of Amo mule Teers aboard Are reported lost according to messages by the state from Consul John h Strong or at Bristol Twenty nine men in All were lost and Jared programs arranged summer Mission will be opened Mally today Empire automobile company moves factory to Indianapolis f poaching in Garden of love in blamed for gang i county Board of review assesses 112 corporations in buoy 3 vacation time of Tollers 4 this if the final Day in the Star trip contest j of invent twite Allied local opposition 6 c p fount re of in in of greek 6 Arnn prot hide for poor Imi 10 Woollen i of tee to for National conference chamber of Patty delighted with Trado tour r departments o 9 financial and markets news of courts if sports 12 13 16 to reach summer Mission take Illinois Street car marked Fairview by Maple Road on Byram Avenue to forty third Street and thence West or from Northwestern Avenue East on real 16 who pays serial 17 Heaters 17 takes mrs a g Cox word was received in Indianapolis last evening of the death of mrs a a Cox formerly of Indianapolis at Tho Home of Harry Cox at Iii mrs Cox wag widely known in social and Church of she waa Tho founder of the which was years ago Shoaa the unit the to form a club for music study Way made after she had invited a number of friends to her Home for an Afulei noon she lived in Indianapolis until a ago when she wont to her Home her body will to brought Here for burial in Crown Hill Tho will to hold tomorrow afternoon in Day school at Tho m is Church the Twenty fifth bration and formal evening for the season will be observed at the Mer Mission for sick children today the Public is invited to visit and in Spect the institution which has be come known throughout the country As an important Factor in Tho vation of child life physicians and in the sary and Hospital dormitory will explain the scientific methods used treating the Nick babies and will show How their food is prepared other attendants will toll of the operation of the Community laundry the Community Hen and other modern settlement featured a committee of Young women will meet All cars and show visitors the grounds two programs today two programs have been arranged for the opening exercises the program will include by or Charles p judge James a Collins and Harry to Negley and solos Claris while the Ning program will contest of a concert by the romanian hand will be served since summer weather Canie a few go numerous have Boon re at the summer Mission in the Baldwin k for in formation regarding admittance to the Mission of Calls were from who in the Pooler where not receive treatment nursing Foi their several mothers and their babies ready Beon Hent there and others continued on Page 6 column 7 the news a official quarters an it was the Case of loss of american lives Tho sinking of the Tho Gravity of the however and the action of Tho Washington ment depends almost entirely on whether Iho was chartered by Tho government and wan in fact a transport of War aboard which sail at their own risk or whether to Waw a unarmed merchantman in the Case even though carrying Contra band the should have to visit and search and aboard transferred to a place of safety before the destruction of Tho vessel was attempted officials in the absence of information on these Points declined to suy what effect Tho sinking of the would have on pending negotiations Between the United states and Germany immediate inquiry was directed however to Sador Pago at to obtain mine details mid when Dunning re turns tomorrow ambassador Gerard will be instructed to inquire of tie Gorman admiralty As to ifs report Kroon the received it appears that in addition to the torpedo a i one shot was from a disappearing Rifle the Consul s Leport said the House was taken by second it was not made Clear armenian was first ordered and resisted Luie requiring a second shot or whether the submarine attacked without warning the fact that the number of the submarine wan Given indicated that it had Conro to to make the cargo was contraband mules Are contraband of War ing to All the lists of Tho so there can be As to the Contra band character of the armenian s Enigo will make an Effort to learn however whether the vessel was armed and whether it was a Wilt of lie Isle for cos before the opinion of Tho department on the Case will be disclosed All the dispatches received were promptly telegraphed to son at Cornish n h and Secretary Lansing at mass and it considered that they would with each while in new England the from Consul Armstrong did show dearly How Ninny were lost in my list of americans missing to named mule Teers eight Whites fifteen were unaccounted but Lator messages spoke of j s Vino a Porto and Thieo negroes As ing been picked up by a submarine mid survivors by a trawler mid to two British destroyers which took them into Bristol chartered by line advices Here were to the fact that the had been tired by the 11 tip to the minion line which is understood to have n contract for the shipment of mules for the British and has made Uny trips in the Liore the vessel and the the ship in Garden of love is blamed for serious fight the of a neighbourhood to Lulu on the of Tho of f by Young men f portions of Tho ult led to a to evening in i near Park trouble is have Boon brewing in Tho Vicinity of Byrne but it out the Litot evening when Alva Ninin n old re thai taunts of Tho Home him i t Voung Street for and on visit to Moil who have informed him ills presence in the Vicinity in not to that last evening a Tho Corner of and and attempted to i Velit him 1 him from or Throe no to he of Whon he the blockade and h unlit patrolmen a find Jill appear Oil on the scorn h Rhi of the Battlo Anil Alfred Clark is yearn old 17 j old 1251 at eel and t 44 old 1219 All Lour were arrested on Cliar Ami Battery and Wen ions president reserves opinion on armenian pending full inquiry n k Juno Wilson waa informed tonight of Tho Ink ing of Tho Dominion liner Tiv German and of the fact the a number of were i lost it wow wild that to woul Foi full before what course to in but to Uny official Merit it at his to had not changed plan of t ing july 4 of Thi i what it taken Foi granted that the Nian unarmed n Mich in carry no Kuhn of Uny description if who actually had been under charter by the government there is an understanding Between the states continued on Page 10 column 5 in Indianapolis today for a or o of Jolt Ron Art a p in fat Kummer for children afternoon and evening it a a u meet Pool a p m is p m names of americans lost when armenian was sunk Washington to Tho of Duro Tho sunk a up tonight from k it j m Monroe new m b it Button in new York City j h Crew of British ship takes to boats Wasp stings ves London june Ter scottish Monarch hound i for Manchester with a sugar was torpedoed and by a submarine the Crew of Moll 0 the and i were picked near the not far from l Ireland and were landed at heavy was were running at tin tin the norwegian which from Ort for 01 Manchester by the German submarine of the Mil Lor h being Gorman Token the submarine jete of 1 also was sunk a in the Crew was landed the vessel was sent t torn by a torpedo s ire the men celebrating pay a try to lick a Austin Christopher 39 Sheet and Jol year old 110 South celebrated pay Day yesterday chunk the end of their evening found both of Tho is cd and resisting a in with or ii or went of Henry and and Kins Smalt and in Smith a Oil Intel Fei ing with in officer the Weie made of August Colon Mast where Tho police were i men entered the Saloon an drive the occupants of the the Street patrolmen lift to the Saloon both Christopher a my k fought the police Christopher bit hand inflicting a painful was subdued Ellis Drol Din in he which he was nearby by w tempted make his Osc also made an t head into it an

Search All Newspapers in Indianapolis, Indiana

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Indianapolis Star Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Indianapolis Star?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection