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LARGEST SVORN CIRCULATION IN NORTHERN INDIANA.
THE WEATHER Indi-nia: Fair tor.Uht and Saturday; ? lightly warmer in south port! on tonight. Lower Mich I can: Fair tonight and Saturday: Clrhtly colder in north west jt rtluiis tonlcht. 1 EWS O H I iallltU Vl! AVERAGE DAILY NEWS-TIMES CIRCULATION FOR NOVEMBER WAS 16,070. : READ 73E 'VAHIS' i J VOL. XXX., NO. 353. Sf -rH BEND, INDIANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1913. PRICE TWO CENTS W OFFICIALS NAMED IB Y MAYOR -ELECT KELLER 'I H 1 fi 1 ! P!II?T!MC fc&p rriB L a a B w i v ' ' '. ' : 3 tS'O'U JL JO. JOJliJj U Edition HUERTA ORDERS If CHIHUAHUA GIT! f TO BE RETAKEN ' - . .. , . - . , v ; ., v y , ,. . , : , 4 . , v. v ' . j-- , , -4 . -v 7- v : 7- ' " 7 ; , "77. DfiOB DlBDu M i O O o Federal Generals to Hold Coun cil of War to Make Plans for Campaign Are Now at Ojinaga. EXPECT TO MUSTER 12,000 MEN TO FIGHT Strict Medical Inspection Keeps Influx of Citizens From Mex ico Into U. S. Down to Small Number. IILTjIJTTIN". WASIIIXOTOX, I V2. TVrrilie fighting confines ut Tamplco, accord ing to wln-lcss despatches from Hear! Admiral II etcher recclvetl at the navy j leiartmcnt Irlday. Admiral 1 letch- i cr reported no chancre Jn tho relative j iks1Uou of tho combatants, lie made ' no mention of the reported capture of Tamplco hy the rebels. Tho wirelws, dated Thursday nlht, Ftated tliat 1f0 KritUh refill's lmd nought refuse on board tlie steamer IjOiclan; 230 on tlio German cruiser! Cccilie, and 150 Americans on the gunboat WheelJiur and the cruiser OicsUT. live hundred more foreign ers lmvo Kouht refuo In the neutral Eonc, which is puartled by tin? stilus of tho foreign warsldjxs. Tho federal gunboat Hravo shellel tho constitutionalists position all day Thursday Adl. netoher rt'iorted, lut apparently did little damage to the relel KLronjruohL, No Americans or otlier forehrers have been injured nnd their property lias been reivt txl by botli sides. PRESIDIO, Tex., Dec. 12. (By U. S. Arm' Telophono to Marfa) Tho federal army which fled to the lorder and is now occupying' Ojin iiKa, has been ordered by Gen. Huer ta to try' to retako Chihuahua City from tho constitutionalists under Gen. Villa. Gen. Pascual Orozco, commander of tho federals in Ojinajra, said Fri day that a council of war would be neld upon tho arrival of Gen. Mcr cado, military governor of the state of Chihuahua and plans will then bo mado for a campaign. It la probable that the federals "will try to get between Juarez and Chihuahua City in an effort to take both cities. "Wo will have 12,000 men hero in a. short time," said Orozco. "That is more than'1 Villa has and we aro better equipped." On account of the strictness with which the U. S. army medical au thorities and tho immigration offi cers are enforcing the law the influx of civillians into the U. S. lias been slow. Every Mexican applying at the immigration ofllce for entrance into the U. S. is examined and those suf fering from contagious diseases are turned back. Tlu.ro is a great deal of sickness among tho refugees of Ojinaga and more than T0 aro in the hospital. l'resldio is Serious. Conditions in Presidio are unpre cedented. Normally tho town has a population of l,a00, but at present there are 3,000 jursor.s here, not in cluding tho I'. S. troops. There is (CONTINUED ON PAGE TWO) STARTS SATURDAY County Advisor Bordner inaug erates Plan for Regular Meetings for Agriculturists at Court House. The Fanners Forum." an innova tion In St. Joseph county agriculture circles, will be Inaugurated in the of fice of County Advisor John S. liord ntr in the court house Saturday at 1:30 o'clock. It Is planned to hold meetings reg ularly at this hour Saturdays :it which a round taMe 'J.fassion of agricultural subjects wj!! be the fea iure. There will be jiu- main talk f-eh week to lead oft tne program. fh remainder of the time behii; giw a entirely to the genera! discussion. Brother Leo, in charge of the farm at Notre Iarne university, will be the .speaker at the opening meeting Satur day. Ib will tll how he raised his prize winning heifers. Brother Be entries swept the hoards in their clas at the stock show in Chicago recently. BjT,! ner Is planning to make the Karn.ers Forum a popular gathering place or the agricultures on Satur days. Kverj one inten ti d in tarmlng will be encouraged t; attt nd and take P.rt it; the discussions. TARIU1ERS' FORUM' f . i ' 1 K t Zr-. J?" A y i .. .. V. G. 3LVXNTXG. City Controller. V tk. " ' '- : rf?.-.. . I niTltU 1'. AUtU STlNi:. I'resldciit IJoard of Safety. D HOSPITAL II Miss Cotishaine Asserts Cam paign One to Test Civic Pride of South Bend No Reports From Committees Friday. No reports of the day's work was made hy the Kpworth hospital com mittees Friday noon at the luncheon at the Y. M. C. A. headquarters. Al though the mark recorded on the big thermometer is $f, 570. lfi. it is well known that several large donations nav bet n eomlnr In ami when trio reports are made Saturday, the results of the two days' efforts will show an increase of several thousand dollars. Almost $2,000 in pledges given so far is contingent upon the completion of the $ Tot, 000 fund next Thursday night and everv worker made an ex tra effort Friday that the conditional subscriptions wi'I not be sacrificed. The luncheon Friday was in the na ture of .i conference of committees, and everv report was omitted. Pieked Team in Field. A picked team of tn men selected f i imt prominent business and nrofes- sional men is to make a systematic canvass of the factories and manufac turing establishments of the city. Miss Anna H. Coushaine gave the princi pal talk at the luncheon. In the belief." she said, "that the civic pride of the citizens of South Fend and tht ir appreciation of the t nsive work for sick and injured ai Fpworth hospital would prompt a generous response to a call on. rat'on. the trustees hav for co issuvil tlu rrt general appeal fer a fund for the institution. Out of the tH'.ooO per sons in South Fend there must be 2,,d,'"0 who realize thr.t the ehmbined fcci!ili"S alTor!ed by the two present hospitals with a total of 145 beds, the equipment is absolutely Inadequate. "The campaign committee is made up of the city's best business men and they are not asking alms but for sub seriptions worthj of the name and it will take libeiv.l ones to bring the fund up to $."o000. The adequate sup port of hospitals is a matter of civic pritie. i no rau i i ii.icisa-o i-a. uni utjx- made manv a crippie run. Old Story Heing Told. "The committee knows all the stories about South Fend being drain ed It is an old story, told in every citv everv time there is a campaign.! emphasizing hard times with starva- tion winters. It is a choice between the two evils. Saving r.ioney by not n.i; io i;ie uos.'iuu 1 uu . ;'i :.i arai preventing tne u am oi hundr! ds of patients, your own risk vt staging Is intinitely small ami the i sk run by the sick who cannot be t..kn to the hospital because of lack of accommodations is correspondingly .urt.it." other cities all over the country are using the whirlwind campaign plan. M isCoushaine said, for raising funds for their hospitals nnd are doing it CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE. UDS HARD FOR 1 j - .- r :: :, o ." '. r . : ' ..: . . ..... . fv '' '...''..-.' v ' ' S-' ; .. :" . : '-.-:,.5,:.-''.. '- ,: ,0 ' : . : . 2 t , if, - v jr. i- At- S; ." :; i : v v-s- v.- .'. . r 'a v. -' . . s . 1 i:ti sKi:iiiitTt c Dir. cii.utnKS s. liosKxnuiiv. Stx'retary Hoard of Health. FATHER OF MISSING GIRL FEARS MST Grows Dispirited Over Success of Hunt for Daugh ter Third Anniversary of Disappearance of Dorothy Arnold. NEW YORK. Dec. 12. "I am sure my daughter is either dead or is be ing detained somewhere against her will." This was the conviction expressed Friday by liobt. G. McCann, a wealthy Brooklyn merchant, whose daughter Jessie has been strangely missing for eight days. Mr. McCann, who spent Thursday searching Philadelphia, was dispirited over the non-success of his aunt and told his friends, despite their optism ism he feared he would never see his daughter again. Police Inspector Faurot, who is directing the search, believes that Miss McCann is alive and safe. Mr. McCann Friday afternoon of fered a reward of $1,000 for the dis covery of his daughter or informa tion as to her whereabouts, the first reward of $1,000, which had been offered by a church society, having been withdrawn. Lt. Wendell Squires, llance of Miss .MCAann rTiaay entered actively in j ilG gearcli and began a house to house search through tho section of Coney Island where the missing girl is reported to have been seen. He was accompanied bv Miss Ethel Mc - Cann. a sister of Jessie. THIRD WNIVKHSMlY j xkw VOHK. Dec. K. This" is the tnird anniversary of the diippear di: unco of Dorothy Arnold, a mystery hich will go down in history as a parallel of the famous Charlie Uoss Cise. The Dorothy Arnold case was re called with marked viidness because of its similarity to the disappearance of Miss Jessie McCann, for whom the police are hunting now. The Arnold family has spent a for tine searching for Miss Arnold, but every clue proved fruitless. : .. . . . . ... . : y., . '.. y . . ; . : .. , . . , ' ..,;.:.... ; -: : y . ' : : ' "-.. -.-; " . - - , . . N" v . - . v . ' ' v ' 1 ' " - . . ; ::::. .. . ; ;.. " .. ..; . .. i ' , t ' ' . : ' . - . :7VV: yS- A-;:.--. 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V7; 7"' 7 7 v-' V-,:-.7;..7t:;:... :.77;:-A77H--7 7v77. :r, . v-, x : - '7. ' cv..: . r , -7-'.-'.o' v;7. x',"7:-7 -v- x;- -' '7-x 4 '- v 7 ''..''' 77 '-.''v : '-.:'77-7 ':--v7;.;V4.v7,x ; -7 ) 7.7V.7 .7 v---r-r7' i--:' x .ni i n, , ,, 7.1,1 n in r - 1 I ,''x.xv;-v..7 ' : i'7 . . 'vy- s .. . ' 'v' 1 )':. .v .- 5 -a ' v -v ' i 4 ' yt ", t ; . .-- ; -i v !..:,';:;V.:V..v; It-'-'' e,!f : . .. . - . rrv AiTroiti:v. 1)K. 1 1. KASTMAX. President Hoard of Health. GIRL OPENS BDX BLOWN Off Non-,Bomb Filled With Explosive Chemical Sent to Bottling Works No Clue Found Ex cept Street Name. NEW YORK, Dee. 12. A bomb delivered Friday in the office of the O. K. Uottling company, 5L8-r3 0 V. SSth et., exploded and killed an lS-y ear-old girl, Ida Anusewitz. Thomas McCabe, the office manager, was fatally hurt. Tlu bomb was delivered by an ex pressman in a box, and when the girl opened it her head was blown almost to pieces. Nearly every win dow in the building was shattered. Dep. Commr. Dougherty took person al command of the search for the Bender of the infernal machine and he is aided by a score of detectives. Inspector Egan of the bureau of combustibles, after an examination of the fragments of the bomb de clared Ukit it had been exploded by an electrical contrivance. . "From my investigation, I am sure the bomb wa-s tdmilar to those which killed Mrs. Helen Taylor and Mrs. Herrera in the Bronx some time ago," he taid. "The bomb was evidently filled with some chemical of tenilic explo- lslV0 l'owtiri- i The only cluo which the detectives I had wat the wat tne luct that .no. -J State street was stamped on the package. WILSON IS MUCH BETTER WASHINGTON. Dec. 1 2. Pres. Wilson was much better Friday and white house otticials are confident the mild attack of grippe and feer from which he is suffering wil not entaii a prolonged suspension of wurk. Secy. Tumulty insisted that the president cancel his engagements for Friday and this was done. The executive also will rest tomorrow. i 7 y- it 7'; -, 77.V-7- S:.V V 77 7- - 7 ' 7 - ' ? 71 77 7-7 4 -7.:i. 9. " 'Vy X; :77r7'-U ;:i7? 7, ' , : ; 3HSS MONICA MAKIKLSKI. 3Ieniber llcaltli ISoard. w:.'i x- : v' K7;:'-::7 j-4 '':-'v-x-: ' . vy-'..:;..x:.:;x. .; x--x , '':'V'::;:x.7;N:7;i; 7'?"':' 7' .xx. xr7?$777; . X . . ii sy : .i.-X,..v -x S . . . X' ; x. tx ; . . . - 1 :.X'" .vV '1 J KKXKST MOIUUS. President Hoard of Public Works. ME DAY IS BIG EL D Kelly Business College First to Report With S10 Stude baker Offices Take Interest in Matter. Dime day Friday was an assured success as a way of bringing in money for the Children's dispensary early in the morning. With reports coming In both from the special dispensary en velopes distributed in various places through the city and from the small dime banks left at a number of down town business houses, everything was propitious. Some women readers complained, however, that more of the dime banks ought to be placed where more of tho women could get to them easily, so Dime day will be extended over Saturday and the banks placed in a number of stores where the women can get at them conveniently. The stores where the banks were placed Friday reported a good depos it at noon, though a complete count can't be had till the banks are all opened at night. The Kelly Business, college was the first of the many schools to turn in a report to the News-Times of the re sults of the Dime Day campaign, with ten dollars contributed. Every one of fifty students gave a dime, but Burt Kelley, proprietor of tho school, added another $5. A committee was named in the school composed of Dell Ward and Geneva Morse to hae charge of dis tributing the special envelopes, and it was largely through their person al efforts and the efforts of Mr. Kel ly that the fund was so quickly col lected. The donors were: N. G. Culp, C. V. Hove, Esther Klaer, ELsie Ritter, Ana Shower, Hazel Miller, Virgil Goble, Regina Mahank, Harry Sutherland, Albert Korn, Yerna Sliafer. Geneva Morse, W. Kruyer, Willie Haller, C. L. My ers, Howard Fulton, Clarence Ful ton, Clara Stoeckinger, Louise Adels perger, Frank Parr, J. F. Dempsey, Leo Hoerstman, Ronald Kuhn, Mary Clark, Florence Kramer, Dell Ward, Ernestine Williamson, Rose Har bough. Ellen Johnson, Gust Demos, Gust Kandris, Martin Friedman. Roy Masters. Clarence Becker. O. V. Mc Grew, Joseph Bolka, Andrew Gard, Cecil Wood, Gracie Phay, Susie Knightlinger, Ethel Lerner, Bettie Morgan, Laura Laves. Anna Weise. Helen Eser, Catherine Lerner, Mar garet Mueller, Linus Muchels, John Schmitt and Kay Kronewitter. (CONTINUED ON PAGE TEN) 7-..; : )i' l r -5 . . x xT ' xi. . ?:-:7w--': 7:,;.,-:':'7.': XXVX'" :7 V fx7r: 7Vx:x:vx.: xx - 7v-7:.- -1 7;-7-75 5 X -;,7-. v - r .i1 '. --;7 f ' -; -Cvi? t 7-:7..r 7T7'-a 1 Mayor-Elect Gives Out List of Appointments List Includes Sen. Hibberd, Clement Smogor on Safety Board and Coun cilman Rice on Board of Works Miss Monica Makielski Named on Board of Health. S1BREL SUCCEEDS GRANT AS FIRE CHIEF; MOORE RE-APPOINTED; LANQEL GETS PLACE The long awaited has come 10 p;i. The loresierM have been robbed of at least a part ot' their entertainment. The citizens' party has declared its lirst dividend. "After live weeks of waiting, guessing, speculation, and, perhaps, some connivance on the part of the public, and as many weeks of pondering, calculation, deliberation, and mayhap, occasional bits of temper, rebuffing and rebut; s on the part ot Mayor-elect Fred V. Keller, here, at last, are the chief among his appointments: For Controller Ulysses Grant Vanning. For City Attorney Fli F. SecbirL For the Board of Public Works Frnest M. Morri president, and Arthur H. Rice and John H. Weber. For the Board of Public Safety Purr F. Augustine, president, and John A. Hibberd and Clement Smogur. For the Board of Health Dr. F. P. Fastman, president, and Dr. Walter H. Baker, Miss Monica Makielski. and Dr. Charles S. Bosen- burv, secretary. For Member Board of Sinking Fund Commission Louis Kovach. Boards Are Organized. The mayor-elect reserved to himself the naming of the secre tary of the board of health, who becomes the executive health of tier of "the city Dr. Bosenbury it being also understood that Dr. Fast man should be president of the board; likewise that F. M. Morris should be president of the board of public works, and B. F. Augustine president of the board of public safetv. Elections to such ellect appear to have follows consequence the following additional announcements By the board of public works: City Engineer William S. Moore. Street Commissioner D. C. Layton. Street Foreman Alex. S. I .angel. Bv the board of public safetv:' Fire Chief Irving W. Sr.: When the advisory board advertised bv the citizen form will be named, the mavor-elect until ne goes into otlice on the tli Had It Pretty Well DojxnI. While tho personnel of some f the boards and other appointees may be a surprise to many, only five in the whole list but have been anticipated in the columns of th' New-Times in published statements of the "dope sters," at som time or another since the election. Those tivo arc Dr. Kastman and Miss Makielski on the board of health. Sen. Hibberd and Clement Sningur on the board of safety, and Ioiiis Ko vach on the board of sinking fund commissioners. l.urr F. Augustine's appointment to the boifrd of public safety, r some other prominent position in the ad ministration has been virtually as sured since Mayor-elect Keller's trip to Kansas City, Mo., on which he was accompanied by Mr.: Augustine, the two makinp a study of municipal con ditions in the Missouri city. While it is up to the board to se lect its own president, it is almost a certainty that the appointments of Hibberd and JSmoor were made with the understanding that Mr. Augustine would be the president, and his elec tion was a mere formality. He enters the board n-s the representative of the church brotherhoods, and upon his shoulders will fall a considerable of the responsibility for carrying out the citizens' party's and Mr. Keller's cam paign promises of a law enforcement program. He also has the full eonti dence of Mr. Keller, and their trip to the west would indicate something of a "doped up' plan upon which they fully agree. Morris for Presidency. After like manner it seems withou question that Councilman Rice ainl John A. Weber understand that Kr nest Morris was to head the board ' public works. Both Rice and Wei.r are busy men and could hardly giv the board the time demanded of the presidency, while time is the one ele ment of which Morris has more to spare. Members of this board dr i v SI. S00 a vear each. It is the business board of the city, having to do a ith municipal improvements and muni- i pal properties. It requires two or three hours of time, two or three days of the week, and sometimes more especially of the time of the president. Members of the board of public safety draw J40 a year each, but -n an average only three or four hours of time is required each week unless something special occurs their prin cipal work being to outline a program- and see that it Is carried out by the police and tire departments. The controller receives a s-alary of $2,500 a year, a come-down of ."im for Mr. Manning, who ree-ntly i'-;.n-e,i the secretaryship of the Cham ' r of Commerce to accept this appoint ment, as predicted in the News-Times at the time. The city attorney is paid $1. a year, members of th sinkinu fund commission act without salary, v.hib th' .icalth board is paid $ H '. ea h per .year, except the secretary, who. in addition draws two cents per head on the city's population, bringing his in come for th 2h up to about JLVIOo. Had Many Application-. Mayor-elect Kelb-r has ben eon fronted with many applications f..r the better paying ..ftices. and th er ! is not yet, for some of the applicat.ts asked for Jobs that come under th- jurisdiction or tne tjo.rds w w'a must henceforth share V,;:zonerV" harassment?. While the mayor's wishes a!uas weigh heavily in the matter i ap pointments by the boards, the wishes at once, and in are made: ui rv plat saitli not but porbablv r.ot day oi the new year. 'l th' ltarl mt'inliM-.- have :iIso to ! (akTi int. i ;ucimt. It is ;trtod in this con mh t inn, however, that Keller lKts taken t'i- position, and hit mala his anpointiiH-nts with !h- vimlT stati'linu' that the administration t the city's affairs lr tlu- next four years will ! chared aainf-t him as mayor, ami that he means to oxer-. ei1-'- m-re than a re-iminrnlatory tiw, r ier tiie departnu-nts w ith re gard to who shall. el v: sil.'tll Hot, ' .i parities. In c) use been tho be mplnye in the ari'iu It is also asserted that quenee of this it has not easiest thing in the world for Mr, Kelb-r to till his appointments, espe- chilly on the board of public works, board of public safety, am the boarcl of health. H is reported that sworn I men. that miuht have made Tf worthy ofticials. have declined np pointmejits to the.-e boards on on pretense and another, but some o tlu m asserting that they would not consent to be "dummyied" In any sneh manner, others blam-- the mayor-elect for outlining a program In his eampaiirn that requires so mucll "ene-manedness" to fultill. Whatever further shnke-ups tak dace about the tit;.- hail, in the po lice department, fire department, water works department, street de partment, et cetera, will henceforth bej shared by the new- boards of public works, safety and health. I'lilti'I-, Campaign Promise. The appointment of Mis Makiejskl roN'Ti.vnai on i a ; t ; Tiinun. FACTORY FIRE PUTS Worst Fire in History of Co hoes, N. Y.. Does Damage Estimated at Half Million Fireman Injured. Co IP I.:S. 7 V.. I)-e. 12. As a re- ot of tp,. uoi.t :ire eer ktiowr; i:i i.'oiiot-s, l.i uii peions afe iol.- and d.::iia-e tie Hi" et-!it of oe- l;..It ;:.iii;o;i doi'.ars was dor.- l"ril.. T!:o :-re v;i!l l ;ra::.g ar.d tn- l!n. i l aided by recruits lioia Tr-y an.j W.it'T l.i-;. ;vr.d W ater town Tinj rite .-c ri.d' shortly alter midr.ht i:i i;:" '71 i'ar-ons mill where tli.- '.ipi tal Knitting ' -mpany. t:.- 'lark M ilt-cwii.p-i i. atid lb.-- il.-'-e-: I'ap. r i . M ( oiap.: !,;. . had their hints. :: n .- iu.; jrd. li: b -C was i.r ken ! y falling walls. T.ie rirt-tr.en, a hoi; .- :;.. tbb- to i . ith the t'.anies. a.-k-d aid fl"t!l th . i:; who r spojj, ;,, and th-n cali j .-.r:t . ; : o i r. d i c towns. 1-7 a: :' the ; ir;-t ::,iil s in oho a f- ! p:e to the !ire. They -:nphy d 0 e f I !. v! I ";.- mil!, where :!; !'. i?.- .':.r:ai. w.. .:.,- ..f the obb-t n'.7.- 1 .s- ilS a faetory Th.- National ';.'ib- 'o.xjan)- liuiiol t;ie Itankt-ri - ;!. The bom. ,1 plants will be un a! Ie t r open during th- holiday. The -.mjorrjs burned .re the rurs aj Kaiiktn. Mcliugh.lin and th Eric 000 OUT OF WORK