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VOL. XXXV, NO. 22 G.
I'AY AND NKillT FI1.L LEAS HD
WIItE TELE'? UA rillC SEKVICE.
SOUTH BEND, INDIANA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1918
A NEWM'ATEK FOR THE IIO.XIK
WITH ALL THE LOCAL NEW.
PRICE TWO CENTS
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DECORATED BY
KING GEORGE
Honors Conferred on Persh
ing, Bliss, Four Lieuten
ants and 15 Others
For Bravery.
not i imi: ron ri:A( r.
SAVs KINU I.IDItl.li.
1 1.?,-rii.i f leu ,i I .New- , rt i
WITH THi: RI.ITISH ARMY
ON Till; I'li'AKDV KATTLK
I'Kd'.NT. Ami: IT In the cour-e
of ,i conx -i .-ation Ulli the war
i iirrf-inilci!ts a tta ch-d to the
l'iitih rfrn today Kint; Oore
i th.it tlit- tiiM h.iH nt
wt cnnf fot pp. ico. Kins: itorcre
.shook hands with tli rori'ipon
d(nts a n 1 nidde a pl-i)ili.l im
pr ei o :i .
11 v iii.riT nm.
WITH T1IK mtlTISN AK.MY ON
tiii; rn'Anriv it:ont a. m .
A 1 Z. rr th tirst time in hi--foi
I'riit'd States sn!dlr- vee pot
-"n.illv d'o'or.ted th l.tm; of
Kr.c'and tnd.iv.
lienor? wer- conferred upon . ;-n.
It.n t Pprvhin' lh Ameiic-iti
;..n,mandn1-in-hc-f. M,,. ü'n Ta-i
t ldi-. four lieuteniMfs and 1"
tliei s r.mi.ht imprext. e e-r-mon.
The decora- '
j pons were in rec-
J -
O tlltion of I Ca V -
er siinwn in'tli-
m et i a l f when
1 il V helped t 1 1
I'.riti-n
C.I p t ere
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from tl. i'im
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f p ? i o n v ,t - l; i . - t
to Kinr tleo-.
h the d o ; j.' ! -'(1V
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; ..-,r. 1 1 ' t a C h I . e ! t of Athni i. ,ui
and I t'l! I . otf. et s stood
uh;:.- tile i t I e 1 1 1 1 r. . s h i :n pio-
- i f - -
Nine arc In Ifo-piMl.
The 'a nke t"i"l n one v h i i e
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MONARCH PINS
BECAME
American Flyer
Believed Killed .1
in Vesle Fight
, Inti-rrs.tf ion.tl ,n-. -i' j-- :
with tiii; .mi:i;i(.n
1 i;mvo Tiii: .hM:.i:si.i;
1 I l!OM (H a. in.). An-. .
l.iont. Allan Win-low of tlii-
ii ii . tli lirsl American-trained
axiator to .vlioot down a icr
man airpI.UK on tin 'I on I front j
in April, di-apicart I (luring a
Milit north r the V-h rixer
and is leliccl to liaxc Ucn
I UiIIhI.
Lieut. inhm ih I'surl j
- ins: oh-xcrx.ition planes ulicn
I In Ii- pear4l. !
UNS' ARTILLERY
POUNDS YANKS
NEW POSITIONS
j japplied to l.,,!" American orjio'-a-
j tion volerted at random. The al-j
I Prussian Guard Division Heldifunions woe unwrtooi t,. show,
I liiU'l n -that th- return under tin Mr.doi;
On VtlblU WHIIU UUI-
mans Dig in.
p.Y iii:m;v a. walks. ;
Inrornation .s .rUe:
WITH Till: AMKKIi'AN AUMV
N THi; A I SN K - V r.SLK f'UONT "
( p. m.. Aiif.". 1 .. 1 lie i.erir.au i
', artillery has ticen extremely active
against the American hrnkehii.!
I'OMtmn north of the " sl- river
i -i . . a ....
'I'lnnc; uif pa-t - noai.-.
n 1 I .-. . : . i -.t i v wi o ii f-.i .
i i i . 1 1 ...ii.
inu the A met icans ha- not. r.een
.. .. ... i r , t '., . . i' i ii i
1 1 a iim i i e i 1 1 o m in-- - t
.i .. t. . t .. ii,. . . t i it i .-- in on -
- I . I ' . . utr .1-ti-i-i-.
uiilier rcKion.
Aerial oter -
. r.iw.n Tri i T
i i i - i - .
.,
I tie- eiieni is es-
t.ttdlshin l.art.ed
J t
j.. a
it e
Mnl.tr-lH.
niHiitx and orcan-
i.inu -tionu and
t'
el a ho rate. defen-
! p i.is 1 1 1 o tl
Cerman hit-
d l
teil'-, -mplaced
i . . 1 1 to of t in
.... .......
1 .-
. l -1 . I 1 . -1 a i r-
Li mi I i .rn'i m I.
11 o w t e i. 1st e r i n U
the tiew Amen-
tf IUI .KM
MI.MC w Vtt
an positions.
I ,; f violent t.i- Hon, (Wrnian : the war and 'in. e th- war started. :n -mp nnMi ttau.ni P race wa-ho-h.
... !., .., , .iau : iw..i- f. v.i.. if ti. ! over in "de; to hid so....' h e ta
11111 i-i.-- i.ii.-i. .x.i.iii-.iii .....it-..-
ha'. sij.-i't'.-ded .ti ni.tl.i:i.' ui iT!':
.is t'iioto t a pps of tiie etie.nv s
i-ositior.s lit-tman i .-litiu plan.
t i ied n ns ir 'f iliy t : : : e u a
Tr.e A merit a n 'j.-ivtis
liip t.iin Hack Nome.
I ;rinsr the ,-k r..ittl-s .iiien.liiu'
this work Aim nr.in hvn-.-t',i ma-
h.r.ts iui; down two ;t.an sin-
'.e .i-,ii A K?np howit r which
an American uni? apt.. t ed at Tr?.-
n .1 :.t
w a- :cda -hipped
to ?iO M.'l 'all of M.
hu-
was th hiiK--! si.n th- Am'ti-ar-
had !,iia"i. aih.o,ii,'h n . n e i :':eid
p:aes and i-liu'li't had h en
a ptnred e a r ! m t'r.e or e. e. This
.iiti"-r is -til. heim; i. -'d aam-t
the derm in41, the A m rc-an ' tine
the -tinmunitiofi 'h.c t t,. ,-,( ptnt"fi
ir th.tur w -ep no t h ii"in t h e
,i'!f.
v... ii,. . . 1-, i v . b.x-n
...... o'. i..i.. .... ...... .....
"red a;.i:ii-: th- (!-nr.i rs from r. M or da . AM exo epr a few mi.-crl-t
nr" e.itt-h p a a tiia' w is taken laro;.s inyn, (. "n!! tn t!ie chirks"
' r."ti ? he Teuton-.
BARNARD GIVES MINERS
CLEAN BILL ON CHARGE
OF FOOD VIOLATIONS
1 . . ! ' ' 1. t i ' i 1 t - s l i .
lMTNi:t. Ind . A a;
1 4 i o , !
t 'a:-.! s o' t he f.'fix'le . ' - .Is ..r- a:
!!' i -a it,-! . ha : 5; nia !e a K a !flf
' t ! ! h ' If .lie .1. 'he
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?:.'?' - !': if S !:.:t'i:, s,:e
: 1 . 1 : . . 1 1 -; r a " o :.:.: : To
'A.C.! i - . e ; ..'.. b . u. ' . , J '
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m l t it 'h. . .. '
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D
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TO COMMITTEE
o i it r
Secretary of Treasury Vigor -
ously Contends For His
Method As Against That
of Chairman Kitchin.
WASHINGTON. Aup. i 4. .-,f .'
of th- Tre.tMiiy McAdno wont to
t!if (.apito tod.iN to thifh out h:-!
iljtft-r nce with 'ha 11 man Kitchin 1
and ih wa? and iu-aii. .omtniti
'r thf method of 1-iik tn '
on lii--int'-s proritv :n th- nw t-
n u - hill
earrlfd with hmi oi a 111 1 n on
(i.it.i prepared l treasury epoits.
showinu uhat would U the com- !
jParatjxe feti :i u lrtei- tlie McAdo j
ami Kitchin plan of taxation as,
Pian wouli'. -w-ral hund!ed mil
lion d'dh rs in ex'-e- of the Kitehui i
; return .
i Mi'Adeo contended for hi? ? heim
with much ii;ur. Indication- were
tnat it !1MV ?injnv i. adopted .
til com mit t allliouuh its mem-
lix hai preioi'v l-een inclined
to oppose it. The .uaM.ry it-
showing tiow en n pian wouiu wor.x
in prattire will have a
d ided
weight in the r'mal iieis:on.
(pH44 mmittc s-alc.
M 1 1 .. .. U .. J( t t . .t ,.1 .-
.oc.uoo MiMu-iu-n.un
ti .t I hi. f- i e.i i it 1 1 ' t s ? i f s : ii fi I ; -
iii.i. in- t
ed l.y the committ.e. r.inninc fioni
v it i . ,.. i . . 1 1 n vii.i I 1 1
... o - i ' . . . . ...........
h H nut for t h- f i v s-a w ;i s i e. 1
.... ...
in the piesent law. from i r. to .
per r nt. tnsttinK that to !n v hitli-
... t .t x t .in .1 ... ii.li;r to . I nut
..........
... ... .. ii. . .. .
tne nicest co i p-m a . ion ? inii-
howex-r. that lh-i rms? p.. an
.' n t v .. r nni'it, tax of V it
percent and that the e, , ti a ! ia ti on
kond alreadv provpied ! the com-
mifee should have power to direct
which t should he applied n a n v
si.ec.ric ase
t'h.airntan Kit' hm has o t-ti in
.t;nt' nn hii'lo-r i-es roaaflts fax
.... i ; ..l ... .i.. .. v..
-s a.l'l .s ü il .-.vi lo i 1 1 1 i.ai ... I '
..tit war 1) ! o tl t s !-'.. Mi
o n l e IUI s
that the irreat ot ppt a t ;on
that
,He made t,1r proiit hoth ..-tore
wiiut.i rv.tp ioa. otxnit.-i. . ...
pre-war pi".'it were taken as a hasis
,.f tluii.nc their return
kilchiti I U''!! t Action.
T h t - was some e-entmont
äcatnst Sec' MAdoos ation in m-
si-tuu on his plan for th- liaftins
f the new revenue i-ill but th.tt
was ptmc!;'ali on tiie part of Kit-
hir.s li.se frie,-,d and the chair-
man. hini-elf W hen wot k n The
teen :e hill was l;un Kit hin ai,-
'lounred that ' no inti feretic- from
It th tra.-.o department would ro
tolerated "
.-e.-'y Mc.Xdoo was virard hehird
'.ruked ar.d sii.tt tlf -1 doot s w ith ,h-
o 1 1 m it t e-m m ;..'. uatl'.e red
ah-cit hint at a tai.le
u:ck d-..:ioM on th a r en men -
pre-enf-d h th.- secrefir was t-
pp, te.l for i had been announc-d
that ike reli.e U'.l! WO. Id be r.-alv
i..x tv. -.x ..-..x. .....- Pf.vt
i.i:-i: 7. T If' ,-. -.. i.o- ...
ha
he. n art: teed i.por toiax and
ti.;e rem i;n ! or 1' the dei i-ion
jC tu ii'" j :,xr. to t. f i.i-t d
: - pt i ' t
tl. aill
s-1 r; to ' ! . e ji r ; ti t - .
DEFENSE COUNCIL TO
URGE FEDERAL ACTION
ON TIN MILL STRIKE
i i ' 1 . 1 . . . ! .1 . . j .
IN l! AN A l' !.! Itai A - M -
A r.ft.w th.- r; . r . 1 - -f ; t. I : . -
1 1 . 4 1 . a - I 1 ' e t . 1 1 n ! 1 of 1 '. e I .- : - a h ! .
i t 1 . ! . - a . ,.. ". ..--.-...(! t !
: f w - t ,t
. . r . ' , . , ,. . 1 . . . 1
VX -. i d,"' bit l I d
e v . 'he
? ' . t ; r, o : ; ! . - x'jikt-i. a : ' ':
w i tit; '. ' ' m b. '.s Th- 1 '. a .
1 c tut; e r ; i i .
-' ' : ix
ot.
'
w '.er, 'b- A" it;, n 'hiO.
- ,-,- i j ..- rt
!..,! to r i i; n : .'
ch . ud ; '1- .x
t , ,'".....; ...
! ; t . r
f.he c inuiitt-r on li.a.t for .uLnr..,
MEDALS
ft
u-Boat Activity
Off U. S. Coast
'I In Ward Lino laimr
Ioiti Ca (!', rarrjin p;ii
m'f. Iia Ikm'ii iorolHMl and
-nnk l a (.'i inan -uhmai in
an iiii4'oiiIimik itporl iid tlii
' allfriMMin. Tin Mono Catl
; ,a ...d rro, .m.u..,..
port to an Atlantic port.
Tin- AiiM'i ican oil tank tcain
rr I rd,ri'k Krlloy a- unk l
' a r-lMiat la-l niiilil olT the Ain
! lroM (liamn'l. mii of tin
j rtv aii iniin; -ind :.." ti
! landed at an Atlantic (tort.
! A IWiti-h frciotcr I'ouuht a
limning iin duel with a (!
man uhmariin and a MH-nliar-ly
-haM'd 4- 1 1 i 1 1 lh cap
I tain of the Hiitilicr tok to In
a mother hip of l'-loat. Th
Ireiyhter -luded the l'-!oat.
trau let- on the north Atlan
tic coat routed a l'-lMat l at
tempting to rani her.
Louis Wolf and Wilbur Arm
strong Among 10 Transfer
red to 159th Artillery.
' A M r
y.A 1 1 a i: v
TA ll:,
loiis illc. Ky.. Aiiu II.- T n South
l.-n. Lo s tioi.i the l.uh company
of th- l'.'.Mli d-pot i made tod..y
i a t t f f 1 t. lU. I 'Jth I if, 1 . I
. . - ,.,,... : . ...
a I t i 1 tl l.ule at Tile tie . I .i i 11-
l't v lUinz '"i.i-i, We: point. K..
: ' . 1 1 u l ' ! 1 f- , ( f 1 1 1 . i v.. ,i vi Ii e n 1 1 1 u
mi ii ui v.nn ; p i i s w men is e -
.
I'-' ted to in the not distant -
!''.!'
1 0e ' ' a jr ; I I ei i a ! . i .o I i s
Wolf .f n... '. .
, .n-.,,.. ... ..r
limes statt. Alun C.atr. K.lWa r.l
loratl Hllfi ir . ! mvl T'o ri ! . 'teoice
Thomson. John Muesli. Lawreme
lf-t lein . .lohn lon. K.lwatd im
.Mullens ami Ai:t..n I e .Mann
i tie men werf M-f ei '.caii-e
.-p-ciai i . .a I in .'a t i.n
rid will
WILL
LOCAL BOYS MAY
GO ACROSS SOON
htinir lettim i.atteriev ur, ,, full'.
. ,
" " 1 - -u. ti to- . - . . - v ,i rx - i
' w a r st t enet .
ft out the tanks wh.eii the i'otntativ
ftom the Links wh.ei, the 'oiiipanv
r
i . vn s if i.'.ltri :..n nil . r t. n . I -t i i t
- ' i -
,l: 5" ';! Irii Ks to; tnU. p.ixl-.s.
i. ? . i .
hey a s K-d pe: 1. 1 i.-sioti to iMn;un
their comrades which was Planted.
BIG DELEGATION
Democratic Committeemen
and Their Wives Will At
tend Open House.
I'lar ha'-e I.oti rojnplted to te--i
a th imi'H ra t:r delegation of
täte o m m 1 1 1 - n . n and täte an
iidate whPn the arrie h'-e
Km? Wayne Thursdiv m o-niru:
A -mp r.xm the memaec- of the
r.aitx ai- th':?- w l . e s w.o. i n a s
...nie t. t- - lor.,t (0!vmi"e- 'ha
"ich countv in the di-tri't w.l! h
ar.ip'v leprecented at the meeting-
ln f 1 1 j ; n - a usT turnout i
i : e d
1
f'.-ni So.th hl-nd. Mih.-
Wik i
..ui t i;e i.i.tl'.iii; .listri'ts of
he c.untx
. I 1 ... 1 p 111 I : a , 1 - i .1 . rt i'1'H 11-
.-.r. has ).--! ti :arxd for the
it: r.i- -viui-u at Th- Hr er hole!
, j .
'. I . t n i a s a p . o in . r . e n
lit'iia" t a t - J - a i wh- l (' . :i . -
p.tnxiiii; .- -'a!- .omii.:'tee t . '.
;, ,'. : --. ; l i; .. b -1 a. A nu?n t-er
of S.t.'h fi"! 1 . ..,;-?-! hl- ah--ld
- : i: c. !:-d "; i: ". I . e tt i .-. C. f .iM'r.l-
ij ; ''.!'.- Ich-'"!, ltd u'hs A i .
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a
M - - .1 A
i;iii a,h ;
tb " om m: t
,U:nr,n,n of J.l,f w
f.M w ; 1 p I t.M
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'f r
ik'-'MlMLD k'N I'AGC FUl'IL)
1 T
ON YANKEE HEROES OF HAMEL
SEGIoTERFD
i
'10 KEEP CUSS
Pres't Wilson Issues Procla-;
mation Calling About 150,-
0Ö0 Men to Present
Selves For Duty.
;
ASHIM i i ON. Auq. 14. All
men who lull luve attained the i
j , .
of 21 ears between .lun;
; S aiui An- :5 w ere called upnn j
' ' I
rest Wilkin to register fr ihei
j J raft on the lattej' date.
The hour. of registration will b
j fluni T a. m. to 3 p. in., at all local
i'C.a rd..
! The nljet of i ejti s' i i r. ir 21 yeai"
'old men for thi peiiod of two
' months and tj.vent das . to kpp
1 rlass one rilled up during the fall.
' i' was explained hy len. Crowtif r.
' It i expected that a ! p i oxi m a t e 1 v
: l.'.n.diMi men will be l eit red on
Ai:c. ' I. ami of this n imher at l-a-t
half will oualtfv for niihtarv duty.
The ame- method of registering th
men 1-e foilowi . s that pie-
; oil.nir when the tirst registration of
.'!- ear-old men took jilat e on June
' z, i-iSt. A .lav for registration in th
j l rritories of Alaska. Hawaii and
. portn ;;, n will l.e.namd in a later
; pi nc!a ma tion.
... . . . ...
, tr riaci'o.
Ä . .. . i.. c. -
N : i 1 1 1 1 r . i i . i n if-üui.ition-
w.r a 1 -.oa rl ha i-m jurisdiction
. . r. ,. . . .
, n A rn N or . , IM, poi j ia lion or
, ,u .... Ä . .. i . . . .1,0 . , .
Iir-T lll 'l oil M ... i.-i ii-' ii.-- I 11.1 .'i
: thereof to ,e n?dt!ie. of th- place
o ? p 1 a c t
4es;L:nated fot recistta-
. ; ...u;i - i i . .1 1. - . i .- .
i .ii'i u ii:r ra- i I"' .il .u.u u 11,1 miii
,m,cdietion in a oitity. parish r
tmia,. unif wlM ra.P the clerk
... , ... a
thereof to he sjmilarlv notified.
, . ,
a to iifi.-ou w no. on in.iiii.nn u
S,fKPe.s Will ue ullah.e to ntesen
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MEANS GETS PUNCHED
BY HIS PROSECUTOR
I n l-i ti itionn! S.-ti St-tt..--
'HI'kAGii Ans 14 Tastop R.
Means.' tried for the murder of Mrs
Maude i inc. t su f r;r. e here odav
from a second encounter- -tili; ?im
r,ot r. lei;al ore -with Xtt. I'hil M -Duft
of Atlanta, who pros-cu'ed
him on fh m.ndey rh are.
'Two southern cen;nien met and
ach havintr a irifv.in aain-t th1
other settled pcomnth Mr. Mc
ri:ffle did pt in two enn.( pu nr h -s "
Mr. Mean.-' er-i'r. of the pflai:
' ! niet Mr. Mun and havir.i;
h"n o!d ki tt anted to se me
'old h;m what I had he.,rd He rail-
d Hie a nan.e 1 hid "o tecen a n d
1 truck him. It was 1jt a i.M
personal affa'r. wa- th e .'oninnt
jf Mr. Mce,ff.
u
Hi
;r::;.NEvv visiting hours
AT FORT HARRISON
u n i f i . . n a 1 fs vrvi-e :
I X l I ANA F'OLIS Ind. Aus. TC
r0l. P. ?. Thomas, er m ma r1 a n t at
Fort rn;,-t niip Harrison today i-
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BULLETINS
! GERMANS SHELL NEAR LASSIGNY.
! Iii!m n:fii.na! Nm s Srrvi. .-:
I LONDON, Aug. 14. (1:07 p. m. ) German artillery is bom
barding the valley and woods southeast of Lassigny with mustard
.and gas shells, said a Reuter dispatch from the French front this
afternoon.
(The capture of the massif of Lassigny was unofficially reported
on Tuesday afternoon.)
' The Germans are using almost a$ many machine guns as they are
men in holding the line in that region. Nests are cunningly hidden
and hard to locate.
FRENCH MAKE ADVANCE.
Inturii iti.ui 'i I w . . i 1 11
! London, Aug. 14. (4:30 p.
'fiercest resistance, the French are making slow but steady progress
I down the slopes of Lassigny ridge, it was learned this afternoon
from an authoritative source.
Heavy fighting continues.
Owing to the woods, undergrowth and rugged character of the
ground the advance is difficult.
Important developments are expected on the fighting front.
K 1 K
ITALIANS TAKE POSITIONS.
UACU VP.TflV ,, I A Italianc V, a aLn Kir c nmi
A . . u.m T ,
the Italian embassy stated today.
Austrian artillery is increasingly active and violent artillery duels
are continuing along the entire front. The Austrians have made no,
gains.
FIRE DESTROYS
E
; Building and Contents Burned
to Ground Monday. Loss
Estimated at S1 1.000.
!';! i 1 1 I p i I I i le.tlo'-d t h'
t.. r.f tne Mllln.oi- ii!p....t
. tto:;. ! -'. 1 Kiankliti y . .r. dam
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Th- i" 1 : - m of n- ; u - i- an -.
km.vA n. Th.- ..uild.ns w a- .n fu!'
' b!.ae th-n t he 'it- d e J ia r m en T
lea.hed there.
.The fill wi- t i i r-.1, r, I the r-n-
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!n the i' own ..tu d : t in, '
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!.f.i!f the !,irm wa s ? n-d in
T!:e Mi'.lmo'e .-ot p t a ' ..m man'
fa rt u reis poi.h-s ami .-th- a-'c e
of like future. M . o t na mad-
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done it ' t
if 'lie fi.-o-v I' this
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Trawler, Attacked Six
Isdiles Out, Forces Suh
to Submerge and Flee
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SEÜEI BELIEVED
K STEAM
Ship Frederick R. Kellog is
Sunk by Submarine Off
New Jersey.
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BITTER BATTLE
Gun Duel 45 Miles Off Fire Is
land Ends Only When Brit
ish Ship's Ammunition
is Exhausted.
'NEW YORK, Aug. 14.
An unconfirmed report
in circulation M the water
front here this afternoon
stated that the Ward Line
steamer Morro Castle, en
route to an Atlantic port
from a southern port has
been sunk by a German
submarine. Officials at the
Ward Line office had no in
formation of tr.e vessel's
destruction.
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