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VOL. XXXIII., NO. 311.
;V.';WSV1I,KH KUI: THE HOMK
WITH AI. L THE LOCAL NEW.
SOUTH BEND, INDIANA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER G, 1916
DAY AND NIGHT FULL LUti,
wike TKLr;itAriin kkvu.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
SHOWS HE RAS REE
E ANYTHING TO
RECORD 111 GlPIi
y , . . : - - . ; , i ,
rfiZZ j C TS ' . . J 'A'
Crabs at Everything, Says
Anything in His Desperate
Effort to Become the
USED ROOSEVELT AS "
Attacks Every Measure Pass
ed by Democrats Regard
less of Its Worth; Mind
Like Weather Vane.
Verily, rifvrr before tl itl a seif
st ultihed anything lead plutocracy
in so v;iin a fight against the hosts
,f a liberated, enli-htened ilcmoc
racy. The forlornness of the struggle
r.iii never condone, hut it may ac
count for the most malicious cam
paign ever waR?il. Misrepresenta
tion, vi'.iti'-ation, abuse, cunning,
trickery, knavery, artful dodging and
evasion these are the weapons
Mr. General Anything has used in
his vain effort to heat Wilson.
I'.y stress of circumstance a pussy
foot, .. . mollycoddle. General Any
thing Charles Evasion Hughes
has preached "Atuf-rifan Ktlieient."
i:.v the record of his campaign can
oii see him as an e!h dent president?
J I r is the record in brief:
T. Ii. I'miI as IkliL
C-a-s Koosevelt as hait for pro
i;rrMVfs while lie calls himself only
"thf i ; rrs' u t r.' i i v e of the regular
i epablican party."
I'.lindly rulorses Roosevelt's trait
orous l.ewiton speech; proclaims
hirus-lf to he "in complete accord
with Koosevelt," later under fire
repudiates what Iloosovelt stands
for but harm's on to Koosevelt.
Frames the fake kiss-and-make-up
meeting between i rreconeilable T. It.
and Taft. Fools not.ody, disgusts
When I lushes speaks, th hand
plays "Otnvanl Christian Soldiers."
1 M asressiv es haven't forgotten re
publicans' ridicule for using that
Koosevelt has turned so many
votes from Hushes that he is sus
pected of being in the pay ;i the
Sends a special train of Wall st.
women who never voted to tell the
women motors of the west how to
"Would wipe nut the whole of
democratic legislation" mot of
which was supported by a majority
of republican congressmen.
"Whatever is, is wrong"--ou rrenoy
reform. rural credits, workmen's
compensation, emancipation of child
labor, all fundamental planks in the
progressive "contract with the peo
ple." Sneers at the child labor law!
Hofuscs to Take Stand.
Steadily ignores the insistent de
mand that he take a positive stand
rn any one solitary debatable mat
Maintains cowardly silence while
he nation fares strike disaster: fails
as his party's leader to say what
republicans should do.
i- o rs a "national ri;pr.ry" in
the eU'ht-hour law after a majority
of republican representatives had
x ote.j for it.
Takes three different attitudes on
the isht-hour law each time alien
ating a new .rro'ip of voters.
Attack- the eight-hour law
throush ore H. N. Pone, a lie red to
have the endorsement of the farm-J
rrs union. That union passed no'
such resolution, and repudiated
Fernands "arbitration of eisht-
(CONTI NF ED N PAGE FOFR.)
For telephone re
ports of the election
Bell 4720, 4721,
4722, 4723, 4724,
4725, 4726, 4727,
472S, 4729, 4730.
Home 1153, 1196,
will also present
s t erenpticon bulle
tins in front of the
o:::je. 2 10 W. Col
You are invited.
IIL;!lls MOMIY CANT
III! I I M IN CITY.
Hughes money in bettln
circles was scarce today and
Wilson supporters were unable
to place any bets on their favor
ite. Efforts were made early this
afternoon to put money on Wil
son, hut it was impossible to find
a republican taker. Wilson bets
stood on the board throushout
the morning with no effort on
the part of republicans to take
them. Democrats offered even
money that Wilson will be elect
ed throughout the day.
CIS IDE By
Teuton Soldiers Are Said to
Have Forced a Crossing
of the Danube.
International News Servbe:
MIIjAX, Nov. 6. Italian forces
operating on the Carso p'ateau
southeast of Gorizia are on the joint
of entering Castasna v izza. says a
disjtatch from the Italian front to
day. The Austro-Hungarians in the
town have been violently bombard
ed. ( Casta gnavizza is between seven
and eight miles from Gorizia.)
ci loss dan c in:.
International New Servbe:
V I E N X A , Nov. 6 . A Ustro-Hungarian
forces operatins under th
protection of guns on monitors,
hav forced a crossing of the Dan
ube, landng a detachment in Koti
mania. TRITONS (JAIN.
International News Servier:
KEULIN, via Sayville. wireless.
Nov. 6. Austro-German forces that
are lighting their way toward Cam
poluns in the Transylvania Alps,
have scored fresh prosress. says the
othcial statement of the war otlice
today. On the eastern frontier of
Transylvania engagements between
Austro-German forces and the
Kusso-Roumanians continue. The
capture of more than 4Gu prisoners
FRENCH USE (illOl XI).
International News Servlee:
KAU1S. Nov. t. In house-to-house
lighting in the little battle
ruined village of Sailly-Saillisel, on
the Somme front, the Germans have
gained a little fresh sround. This
German success was admitted in
the communique issued by the
Frencli war olhce today.
roiu i:d hack.
International News Servle:
Ul'CHA REST. Nov. 6. Field
Mat.-hal von Mackensen's forces of
Germans. Kult-'ars and Turks
Dohrudja. has been c
retreat by the Kassian
manian army, he war otlke an- j
nounced ttday. As the German al-j
lies fell back they burned several.
Ir termtl"nal .Nws sj.T.i.e:
SALONIKI. Nov. ft. Russian war-
hav e bombarded Mangalia, ;
Roumania, according to informations
received here today by wircls. This;
squadron, it was said, was the same
that had shelled Constanza. I
Internal revenue receipts handle
ty William F. Kirk, deputy collector
of the sixth district for Saturday.
amounted to $ L'.OT 1. 4 Act ordinär to
Mr. Kirk, the local otüce which is
yields on the
av erase of
German Subs in
, Iiiternatiet.nl New S'rd
, MFXICO CITY, Nov. rt.The
i Mexican foreisn ottice has dispatch
, ed a reply tinged with sarcasm to a
Lntish note reporting the presence
cf Herman submarines in Mexican
waters, and declaring that the allies
will Like drastic action if they re-'
ceived aid from Mexican sources
The British note
furni.-hed the '
I first oihcial cui:irmation of vague
i rumors that U-boats have succeeded
m rtacnins tne suit or .Mexico. it,. .. ....
... ... w.u. i Indiana. IllinoK Michigan against inttmida-
was transmitted through the Amer-j
ican state department and di tti and-j oliiiiiathii.
d close censorship of mes-aes sent Rut 'ti the old. old story of republicanism,
from Mexican wireless stations, ob- j titisine.. in the saddle and cracking the
viouslv the Rritish eevernna-nt fear-' , . , .. , , , ., , , r..
, ., . . ,i . . 'whip! It i rule or ruin: Iliuihe. hy fair
ed a rant on Pritish oil idups leaving!
the Tauiicu tic Id. j moan or foul. Coercion, intimidation, mis
DOLLAR OF COLD
International News Service:
WASHINGTON, Nov. 6. OMicials
other men havins dominant power'
in the American financial world,
have set about to make the United
i-'tates "the miser nation." They
have laid plans for this government
to hoard every dollar of Kold that
is now in this country. This, they
say, is the only way to withstand
efforts of European naitons to draw
old from the United States after
the European war Is ended.
The first active steps toward this
end will he taken within the next
few weeks when olMcials of the fed
eral reserve system will hold three
conferences of world-wide import
ance in Washington.
The federal reserve advisory coun
cil, consisting of one rejresentative
fiom each of the 1- federal reserve
banks, will sit here Nov. 2l. J. I.
'Morgan is a member of this council,
I The federal reserve agents, direct
representatives of the government
cn the boards of 12 reserve bank,
will meet here Dec. 4.
The governors of the federal re-
i serve hanks will meet here Dec. 1
Each of these bodies will hold
joint sessions with the federal re
serve board, at which ways and
means of handling the gold situation
will be determined.
FIGHTING IS STOPPED
(iivck City Taken Crom RcIhU
International News ServFe:
LONDON. Nov. l ighting be-
tween revolutionary forces and loyal and the crowd went at it anew,
troops in Greece has come to all lien when the d'n subsided, Mr.
standstill, says a dispatch from ' Prendergast called out. "Our next
Athens today, dated Nov. 5. It denies secretary of stale, Theodore House-
I that lne Venizelists troops
I hostile movement toward
i n. o If iJ II v
i . . . .
I rench marines have taken over
Katorine from the rebel forces.
SAL NI KI.' Nov. r,. Gen. Koques,
minister of war in the French cabi
ret. arrived here today. The object
of his mission is a s u ret.
Odds and Ends in the Big Campaign That is
ON KilIT i:HS Till: C.YMIWH
morrow tlu nation, which 1ia
lilnialiii"; ino-t of the time 1hv Iat Juno,
will s Into if.s little clo-ct.-, and then hy'cach
iiulihlnal. in mitiM, prcpaiv its cnlu. !m-
Utn million nIf. tr thtrialHif . H hate
llulr say, as tt who is! to W I ho next president
if the I'ldtotl statx
You know jour duty. You know down deep
in ur luiirt of hearts, the risht and wrons
J of the presi'iit eanialgii, and if joii follow
' that eoiwience, Ariieiiea ha-s nothiiuc to fear.
, You will not permit her lo In erncilied oa
! l'tiri!'". cns nor to have preset I down upon
! Iier hrow Wall Ms. crown of thorns.
Ami this lauer is exactly what the opoi
tion io the present administration is seeking to
lo, no ÜITerence how. hut only -o that it l-
It is an izy relleciion nioit the intesrity of
Amrric:ui pdliUs, when, uHa tlie eve of a na-
tioiuil election. I'etleral in.eti.ratois
ear) to ls-ue warning, agaiu-t intimiiLilion
of t.,n,d0e-, by the great i-orHratiou of Ohio,
Lrf V'- " ' ' " y i " llJ" 'II.J.II I i mi;, .,,,, irfiu.Jl.U.IIWI I . ..III,,.. UI II I IUI
Says Roosevelt is Booked
For Secretary of State Job
Announcement Made at New
York Sure to Place Indiana
in Democratic Column.
International News Sorvite:
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. Nov. C.
Theodore Roosevelt will be the next
secretary of state if Hughes Is elect
ed, according to William A. Pren
dersast. who presided at a Hughes
meeting in New York Saturday
r.lght, and the Indianapolis Star,
which made the announcement In its
columns Sunday morning. This has
Peen suspected for a long time by
the public, but Prendergast's an
nouncement Saturday night was the
first otlicial word to this effect.
I5y making the statement that
Theodore Roosevelt would be the
next secretary of state, Prendergast
lost thousands of votes in New York
and the east, and the Indianapolis
Star unconsciously threw a lot of
votes to Wilson in Indiana. Prender
past also took a lot for granted
when he introduced Candidate
Hughes to the audience as Pres't
Hughes. In its telegraph report of
the meeting the Indianapolis Star
"The applause swelled of its own
accord and was Ktill swelling when
Mr. Prendergast tried to stop it to
introduce Mr. Hughes. 'He who
will now address you.' began Mr.
Prendergast. 'needs no introduction.
The nation knows him. I, however,
shall take the liberty of addressing
him as the nation will address him
on March 4 next.' '
"inen turning anu r.owing to .vir.
j Hughes, he said: 'Mr. President,'
i . i
If anythins had been needed to
add volume to the Wilson landslide
that one thing needful is herein sup
1 lied. Tne election of Woodrow
Wilson, which the people have all
alons recognized and each day con
sidered with grt-ter seriousness than
the day before, means "peace with
honor and permanent prosperity,"
- N. To-
representation, colonisation and fraud; any
thing to accomplish its end.
The law prohibits intimidation of oters. To
hades w ith the Iav !
The people of America mut rule. Damn
The corporations forcer! lliat is their de
termination. It is up to you, Mr. Voter, to resist in jour
might, this method of jkolitical control.
Can you stand for it' One distinct, definite,
defeat will put an e nd to it for all time. May
le the once g. o. p. will know iK'lter then, than
to vwr resort, to such methods again.
IICM! ".Mlll'lt when you meet an election
day promenader wearing a hit of white cheese
elotli alMuit '. by lottsl with ink-sp-ots
alxnit Hughes. Cenain Success, JVace. Pros-iK-rlty,
etc., it i u glio-t f Crazy I Yank." and
jou should make sun to greet him according
ly. He is hac k in the estimable eafuu ity of
traveling hiII-osier hr the g. o. p. "(Yay
riank" I rank Seisfrid a in ear agone.
Soutli IVend's ollicial badge-wearer. and
through Will H. llaj. republican state
spiritit, he has lcen ordere! luick in niultiphs
to do service on this desperate cision. The
projx-r greeting is to lift jour hand to the side
of )iur fact, near military fa-sidon as jou
hod it noc-
while the election of Hughes, they
have been more than reasonably sure,
means "war, want and destruction."
The Indianapolis News said edi
torially a short time ago, "With any
ether president than Woodrow Wil
son we might at this time be up to
our necks in slaughter and blood
shed." Candidate Hughes undoubtedly
looks with much favor upon Roose
velt, for, according to the Star, he
lauded Roosevelt in his speech for
his "excellent work in the campaign
and in reuniting the republican
If this public announcement has
the same effect in all parts of the
state and nation that it has in In
dianapolis and Marion county, it has
assured the reelection of Woodrow
Wilson by an all but unanimous
vote. The voters as election day ap
proaches, and especially with such
revelations as are coming daily from
the republican party, do not pro
pose to gamble with honorable
peace and unprecedented prosperity,
which the administration of Wood
row Wilson has brought to 100,000,
ELOPEMENT IS FOILED
Son of Harvester Co. President
Custody of Detectives.
International News Service
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Nov.
Frank Haskins, 20 years old, son of
R. C. Haskins of Chicago, president
of the International Harvester Co.,
is in the custody of private detec
tives today as a s-equel to his at
tempted elopment witn Miss Joy
Gardner, a dancer.
Haskins mev Miss Gardner at
Peoria. III., six weeks ago and the
little game of hearts soon was trans
ferred to riiicaRo, where the Has
kius family discovered it. As a re
sult Miss Gardner was prevailed
upon to leave the city and came
h re. H.tkins followed. So did the
detectives at the order of the
oath's mother. Haskins wls given
his choice of returning home or be
ing arrested. He chose to return.
International News Service:
ALTO OX A, Pa., Xov. C. Seven
men were killed as a result of a
wreck early today at Newportage
junction, live miles south of here, on
the Newportage branch of the Penn
sylvania railroad. The wreck fol
lowed a thrilling 10-mile dash down
the eastern slope of the Allegheny
mountains by a heavy coal train.
The coal train, running- wild,
crashed into a. lisht ensine at the
junction, wrecking 4 7 of the 60- cars
in the train. The engines were re
duced to scrap and tons v.f coal
piled up caught tire immediately
after the crash.
Fire companies were rushed froir
Altoona and the lire controlled
about S o'clock. Wrecking crews
and a large force of laborers im
mediately began the work of digging
into the ' mountain of ruins for the
bodies of those who lost their lives.
MOTHER IS DEAD, SON
IS PRISONER IN CAMP
Cousin of SK-'y Raker Hold
Guard House For Rreakinj?
Interr nt ional News Serrler
CHICAGO. Nov. 6. Private Jacob
R. Iwis, iirst Illinois cavalry, a
cousin of Sec'y of War Raker, is in
the guard house today. In Peoria,
111.; x new made grave holds the
body of the mother for whom Lewis
c'clied his colonel and other regi
ment ll oflicers. knocked down a
guard and broke the army regula
tions. Kut it was in vain, for his
mother was dead when Lewis reach
ed home. So he came hack to Chi
cago and save himself up to stand
court martial and take whatever
punishment his love for his mother
International News Servbe:
RAY CITY, Texas, Nov. C. Joe
Johnson, a Negro accused of killing
p white man, was taken from jail
here early today and hanged by a
likely would, upon meeting a ghost, ami then
say "Cru.y I Yank" a. frightened whlsfHT.
That Is supKsHi to admit you into the sacred
prcciivt'. of liii'.'hos. imt -. ic I".'. i'iv
for AYall st. aad live tarifT grafters. Hut rc-
liieiiilac ,o a .;iiic tlie sj-.vv ... liie ....v ui
his -arthly abode Crazy lYank" for if there,
is anything that a discniUidicd spirit ma- !
terializel for show, will not tolerate, it is to!
not !e recognictl in the old familiar mes. '
YOl .MI ST Ti: TOMOIIKOW and oui
with a neatness and dispsitch. The law allows
jou one minuti? in which to manipulate a
otin machine. Tlie iriscctoi. may not
throw ou out at the end of tlie minute, but'
they hae a crfect right to if jou take Kh
Ions. In some prtsiiK ts they will have to;
ote faster than one a minute to get all the ,
otes in. There are only 2) toting minutes
during the daj. You can see wliat that;
means. To help solve the problem, evcrjlnaly
should wote early a. iKssible. to leave tlie i
1m)1I.s opt'ii as o-sihIe fcjr tlKse who must vot
late. It is ooM'ratioii that the elcition
Ixiards netNl in this regard. I'tery nuin who
can should ote in the morniiuc on his way to
work. It is the nation's great quadrennial
event, when the icopIc speak; that is, insofar
(CONTINUED ON PAGE SIXj
thi: i k;iit is won
SAYS lISIT WIl.xOV.
FKKST WIIN. "The I'.sht
is won, I fully helieve, though I
take this means of ursins you to
renewed exertior.s and vUiI.ü e
to see that helated efforts to can
fuse the public judgment do r:ot
niAltü-S I' VA NS I ITT. II ns
Mr. Hushes declined to make a
formal state. nent. hut told call
ers he felt certain that people
had made up their minds to elect
him and that anythins he misht
say or do would be superMuous.
Washington Has Heard Noth
ing From Americans Re
n. . X -
ternatieiial News servi.c:
WASHINGTON. Nov. 0. Tho
first othcial report dealing with un -
otlicial statements that Villistas
killed 12 Americans south of Chi -
huahua .as received by the state
Collector of Customs Cobb at Rl
Paso, forwarded unconfirmed re
ports that Lr. C. 1 1. Fisher w as
stabbed to death at Santa Rosalia.
Nothing has been heaid here
from the nine Americans reported
to have been killed at Parral.
Internntional News Service:
LL PASO, Texas, Nov. 6. Twelv
American citizens have been killed
by Villistas in their raids on towns
south of Chihuahua, according to
information received by federal
agents here today.
These include nine Americans at
Parral. Dr. C. H. Fisher, stabbed
to death at Santa Rosalia, and
Harry Reehimer and Dr. Frank Well,
killed at Guerrero.
Hope for the safety of the nine
Americans known to have Leen in
Parral faded today when it was
learned that they attempted to flee
from the town in a party by them
selves instead of joining the Car
ranza forces of Gen. Luis Hon era
and going to Escalon.
It is reported here that Gen.
Pershing is preparins to move east
ward and take a hand against the
Villistas if the reports of the kill
ing of the Americans is confirm d.
At Fort Rliss it was said there wa.
no information to give out. It was
intimated, however, that such co
operation had been asked by the do
SHIP FORMERLY OWNED
BY AMERICANS IS SUNK
Lnnao Thought to llaic IW'cn ning
Norwegian I Tas When
Intern itiorial New s Serv i- e:
WASHINGTON. Nov. C . - Tb.e
.steamer Iinao reported in Irid-n j
dispatches to have been sunk by a
submarine, was sold by her A mer-
ioan owners three months ago to
Hans Hannervg of Christiania. ac
cording1 to the department of com
merce. It is assumed that at tr.e ;
time of the sale the Ianao su '.sti-
tuted the Norwegian W-w for tlie j
LONDON. Nov. fi. The American
steamshin Lanan was sunk on i r i
2C bv a .submarine, says a dispatch
to Lloyd's today. Thirty p-rs-n
from the banao were landed, the
Wilson to Carry
State by 30,000
Inn rnati.-ua .Wus Servi.e;
CHICAGO, Nov. ;.Ir:di ma will
i-'o for Wilson by no.i.00. This is th.;
word telephoned to the we.-t r:i
headquarters of the d. ruoer.ttic i a -
tional committer today v.y I r. 1 '. I.",
Ktrouse, leading prog-ressive. w h-a i.-:
touring the Hoo.-ier state for the
I resident. In. Ft rouse wai a me::.-'
1 er of the resolutions e.jiaraittee of
the prosrf si e national c :r. -:.;;, ,n
;nd in lid.' was a member of th'
committer which r.-ti:ad 'd.
Koos-:elt of hi. nmir.at: -v..
"I have Just tir.ished aruj..tis:.ing
in I'orter county, the stro...t r--publican
county in Indiana." sail
Dr. .Stroue. "Normally th..- ounty
goes 1, ., repubh' an. Th. Hui-h-s
leaders are or.ly claiming it . y
i.luO, vvhile c onserv ati". e prcgre.s
sies who have a loc il ticket of
their own. say Hushes vsiil r.ot s.-t
the county by tnor- thn V0 0. At
this ration, they assert, Wi!.-m will
carry lr;di;i. hy O.OOu.''
Telegrams From Doubtful
States Are Received by
' Executive Promised
Ohio's Electoral Vote.
WILL GET REPORT AT
SUMMER WHITE HOUSE
Flock of Messages From This
State Predict Wilson Vic
tory and Election of
Kern and Taggart.
Intomitlen.-'.l News ,'Vrvi':
SHADOW LAWN, LONG
KRANCH. N. .1 . Nov. f.. Siuremcty
confident that tomorrow's election
will '.indicate hi- policies Pr-'t
Wilson re-ted today on the eve of
A basketful of telegrams poured
in this r.iornir.g from democratic
leaders in doubtful states. Thr-o
assured ti e prcMdon.t that with th
operang of the polls lcs tl:au -4
h.titrc i tn. t i . 1 1 iiit'tinliivi
1 I " I. 1 ..!. ..i' It'll
Lronsly W nson-ward.
i s,,ni" ,,f m fr,Jri Ir"'n
' u th'- president knows well and
' ! h.e judgment ho has the hish-
) -t conf'dence. other.-; wer' from
local leaders, particularly in the
middle v-st, who wired that repub
lican claims of a u:r:g lack t a
Hushes were utterly withoit
Ohio For Wilson.
The i r -1 confdeut note w.is
struck in the n , i from Ohio.
The ohio democrats not only prom
ised th prei bo.t th- Hate's elec
toral vote, but pied-'ed it by a su'-
! staut ial p'rir.iütv.
j A tiock of n c--a -es am- f r
India ringing pn di t'or of a
Wil.on victory an ) the re-idc tbni
of Senators Ta c sa rt and Kern. There
were other telesrarns from Mich
igan, Illinois, Minnesota and N-w
The preu'de-,t skimmed throurh
the papers tcnlav for any possi'do
eleventh hour developments in tho
carnpai'-'n. lie had no Im porta tit
activities in i- for the day. To
morrow mori.ir.s he will leave eatly
for Princeton to cast his v.te. He
will return to Shadow Lawn im
mediately and receive the election
returns tomorrow piorpiris in hi.
study. It is understood that only
members of l;j,- immediate family
will be with lim. though a athr
il!g of ), close-? p.ddi' jl ao.-i.Ttes
VVÜ1 sf t the news at the exeeutiv e
ofüces at Asbury Park.
iH'rii'H iriis Con li lent.
So er.nfdert Were some (,f tbo
democrats who wired the president
that tl.ey aTtaib 1 vvrd-? o;" congratulation-
on his victory to their
as-'ura tm ev
Pre-'T Wilson pity, d i-olf in tho
' risp morni!, a!r Thi- afternoon
he will j-errj'.e J 'i c r !';!.!iT'H.'.'ni,
noted pianist, a d cjp,r!,.; j...
I' irlar:d. of tb- federal . irail of
'huTeji, s of c.rt in AtTieri'-.u M'.
t'arlatd v.iü ,-.Ck hiiu to in"c.rporatf
io l;i- Tha n k s..-i i a l' Trol t ri i f ion
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