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MONDAY KVKNINO, SKITI'MHFfi 22. PP.
SPY CONSULTS KAISER - v,. ... '',.:: Lincoln, Former German Agent. Arrives in Ameron gen With Another Hun. "T -1"V THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES Oil Plant Fire Costs Millions ! . .M -1 a www7 -r-irw !-i P wbtww ML m r ,r vb. ii m mi m m v . - - i mm r - w w mw m m it m r mikkm t Äff Tsrnati'im Tribun Lincoln, former rr.rnbr "f th" British parliament r-rri flrn.-'.'in ;&rnt who !'v wpoks .iSO vas rr from prl.-on In Knclarvl. nrrlvr-1 at AmTonsn b'ati;rdav. Llr.roln w.ri ;iccompaniM y a frman who r'-Ntrf-I at ;i hotel as "Herr Arul'rson." about whos iirntity thrf is muh sorrrcy but who in t"";ivpl to occupy a promir. -nt pr$t amoncr the monarch-j-ts of (Icrmuny. Lincoln toM Th As?ornpl Pr3 rorr spondnt that h could ?ay nothing about th ohjr-ct of his visit. HrM Ouifj'rvnoo. On his arrival at Amrronj?f-n from Hrrlin by way of Th" HaKUo. whero thy w r- in confercm with prom-IrK-nt Hermans, Lincoln and Ander son vvrre mot by o. IJommrra. who ."urcrpdpfi (Jfn, Von Ksdorff. SS th fcrinor kaiser's chief aid. ;i n 1 Sunday thr was a conferfnen a; lU-ntlnck r.istlo durlns which it is reported Uncoln saw tho former ;rrnan ruU-r. Since his deporta tion from I'nsland and his arrival in Berlin Lincoln ha identified him-!-'lf with th' German faction favor ing the return of tho Hohenzolb-rn Th pnnf-ral impression around Am-ronKen is that something im portant poli 'cally is nreyinsr in Ger many and that Lincoln is here to in form and assist the former emperor. oncrrnintf the latent developments. It i understood that Lincoln may either return to Berlin Immediately or remain at Ameroncren for somo time. h!s a tlon depending on the result of the conference at the eastle tomorrow. ArnMI In 1. S. A London dispatch under date of July Z raid that Lincoln wnold o lepr.rted to Hunpary. The Briti.-h government revoked his naturaliza tion rertifb ate early this year fol lowing his conviction and sentence to three years penal servitude on a fnrcf ry charge. Lincoln was nr lested in Brooklyn, N. Y., in A u trust I'M."., on a charRA of forgery pre ferred by the British con5ul of New York. Lincoln declared that he was ,i German spy and that England i ally w anted to try him for this offense and fought for his liberty by applying: for a writ of habeas corpus. The United States district court, however, ordered his extra -dition to England on the forgery charge, but he escaped from the custody of the deputy marshal, only to i,e rearrested almost immediate ly. He was tinaily deported on May Ü 7. KM 6 . While refusing to talk about his viit to William Hohenzollern. Lin coln expressed the opinion that the bitter feeling against Great Britain would not rul for a loner time. Tersonally. I told the British that in my writings I would devot" my life's work against England." said Lincoln. "I am already beginning." Beg irding the United States. Lin- oln said the feeling in Germany was different and that he positively knew efforts looking toward good relationship were under way. ' ' '. ... ' . . ... - i-r4 : -i - r r T7 f i .i i ! 1 1 v- 1 1 i w 1 1 i i iivi wx j r r n irMc i nnr.n wVTn! v' i i t. ) w rr 1 1 Creek Was covered with 3ürhihg Oil. photosov u.-u. S A wook ago the standard Oil Tanks naer Long Island. N. Y. caught fire. Thousands of gallons of oil and gasoline were scored there. Rospectacular was the blaze that the entire city of New York saw the sky Painted a dull red as a result Of the flames. Burning oil floated on the surface of Newton Creek, threaten ing other chemical plant, and was only prevented by the prompt ac-tion of the New York fire chief. SOUTH BEND C Y STRIKE URGE ACTION TO STOP SPREAD OF EPIDEMICS Confer With Elkhart Strikers With View of Joining Their Organization. HOLD-UP MEN WORK IN BROAD DAYLIGHT NEW YORK. Sept. 22. Hold up men who havo rjeen operating re cently In expensive touring cars plid their trade on foot in broad day light Saturday, rohhlnc: two mrcrr.gers of pay rolls aggregat ing J 1.375. Miss Gladys Cohen, while return ing from a bank in lower Manhat tan with a pay roll of ?T', was attar kfd bv a group of voting men I who olinded her by throwing a pow der in her eyes, seized the package of money and escaped. Gne arrest was tnad. L?ss than i mile away. Michael Dobbins, a rtrrk. was attacked by an armed highwayman who ?rizd a leather big in which he was carrying te IS.SArt pay roll of his employer. TMbhins was accom panied by two guards, but they were unable to prevent the theft or catch the robber. ELKHART. Ind.. Sept. 22. "The Central I-abor union will endorse and finance the street car men's strike. It will be a tight to the fin ish." said I'res't Earl L. Parker of the Elkhart Central Iibor union, after a special meeting of delegates held to discuss the strike situation. Officials of the .. S. 15. & N. I. refusing to grant the two demands of the men the reinstatement of tvo employes and recognition of the union the men have served notice that they will now hold out for a nine-hour day and a living vage of ."0 cents an hour. So far the street car company has made no attempt to operate with non-union men. South Hem! to Join. Street car employes from South Hend. as well as some interurbcin employes were in the city Saturday evening making inquiries about the local organization, with the purpose of joining them. South Lend street car men are said to be already 30 percent organized. Following a conference between Supt. I E. Hollar and the employes Saturday nUht. which was unsuc cessful, the men issued the follow ing statement, which was posted in the windows of several stores in the business section: "To the labor unions of the city of Elkhart: Owing to the fact that the , s. H. - N. I. Railway com pany, through their superintendent of transportation, L. E. Hollar of South Itend. lias refused to recog nize us and reinstate Brothers Mar vin Stiver and V. E. Itrown as a body of organized men we still con tinue on strike-. Itc-fuf to Concerto. 'They have also flatly refused concessions of any kind. We for merlv made no demands except that Brothers Stiver and Brown he rein stated, but henceforth we shall de mand 50 cents per hour and a nine hour day a very moderate livinar wa ge. "We earnestly ask the support of all labor organizations of the citv of Elkhart." PARIS, Sept. 22. Tho inter allied medical commission which has returned from Roland, reports that energetic "action is necessary to prevent "the spread of typhus and other epidemics to western Europe and America." The commission was League of Red Cross investigate typhus in found that epidemics widespread with an ber of death?. sent by the Societies to Roland and had been enormous mini- this evening the nitrate depots and gun powder factories at St- Chamas. which are relatively near the seit of the conflagration had been reached bv the Mam es. LONDON. Sept. change Telegraph Milan dated Friday riere de!la Sera. American marines 22. An Ex .uspatch from quotes the Cor as saying that have landed at i'uecari. five miles east of Fiume. 1'IRi: AT YANK CAMP PARIS. Sept. 22. A large fire started this morning in the Amer- ican military camp at Miramas and 1 Try NEWS-TIMES Want Ads Our Great Heart of the Season SALE IS NOW ON. Wonderful Bargains in all Departments. Prices Cut in Half. EGO U 0 fJi Y DEPARTMENTS Over Geo. Kraft Co. 5 and 10c Store Skilled Mechanics Need Precise Vision! The Structural Iron Worker, for example, would be taking his life in his hands to attempt the feats he is called upon to perform every day, were HIS VISION at fault. No matter HOW good, in time the eyesight begins to fail and when that day comes, the me chanic's usefulness begins to narrow down unless he seeks the aid of science. Cheaply selected, ill-fitting glasses are highly detrimental vto the eyes. We examine the eyes correct ly and grind lenses on premises. DR. J. BURKE OITOMITTRIST 230 South Michigan St. Kstah. inoo. Liberty Bonds Wo pay up to $03.25 cash for bonds; ncemed interest al lowed. Open S:.0 a. ra. to i p. ni. C. L. GUTHRIE 423 J. M. S. Bldg., 4th Floor. 4 m m m iOIMEY ADVANCED LIVK STOCK YKHICLES PIANOS i-THMicnr. $25.00 to $300.00 SECURITY LOAN CO. 12 I. O. O. F. Rid-. Phoiu' Main lfilS LAY KOREAN CLAIMS BEFORE SENATE BODY WASHINGTON. Sept. 22. A lone statement settinc: forth Korean claims to Independence was filed Sunday with the senate foreign re lations committee by Fred A- Dolf counsel for the "republic of Korea" It deals with the history of Korea pojr.tinc to the treat' of 1?4 in which Japan Guaranteed Korean in dependence nnd pictures Japan as the Germany of the far east be cause of violation of that pact and other acts. The document pleads for the moral rupport of the United S'ateg in the struccle for liberty. OTJVn UH.VNCH TO F.RIV LONDO.V. Sept. 22. In a fore-c-,i of the coming reconstruction of the ministry. '"The Sunday Times". n,v,s that Premier Lloyd decree has dec!d4 to offer another ohve branch ti Ireland. recojrnLzir.g as does RoT.ar Kiw, that resolute overn r..r.t has been carried to the farth rr extent possible and that Ireland (vir.r.nt indefinitely bo kcrt under rr.ilü.iry oo cu patlon. THE CALL OF is answered by Nature with abundance of food -but be sure you eat the food that Nature intended for human beinds. The whole wheat is kin$ of all foods. Shredded Wheat Biscuit is the whole wheat , nothing wasted, nothing thrown away -the most real food for the least money. Two or three of these crisp , brown little loaves of baked wheat with sliced banana sliced peaches , or other fruits , make a wholesome. nourishing meal at a cost of a few cents. Ready-cooked. Ready -to -eat F.il! i th Pff tim to p.int that. r.ni:.- of vours. s"'"' us, we carry ;i i fvill line of wall paper, p.iints. var n!shts. cn.inifls and mouMlnKs at :t.tnr.:hir. lrv prices. tirnat?s cheerfully f urnS-he(l. J. W. WVrr.tz a:;1 Son, 74 4 Sherman aw. Main lfU. ia:-tiL J 1 V V-u V, et the G re WW f if1 1 bit h:. i i! Ii J mm m H : im lift1 fcM i; im ji hi!. b to vou! Broadway runs by your ioor if you have a Victrola. New York turns out in throngs to ZD hear the stars of musical comedy and vaudeville and the great luminaries of opera, violin, orches tra, and piano. But those crowds are small com pared with the hosts who enjoy them on the Victrola. Get a Victrola and hear the greatest singers, instrumentalists, orchestras, bands and comedians in the world! Victors and Victrolas 12 to 950. Victor dealers everywhere. Victor Talking Machine Co., Camden, N. J. New Victor Records demorutrated t all dealer on the 1st of etch month 'Victro!a" is the Registered Trademark et the Victor Talking Machine Company desig nating the products of this Company only. Importwit Notice. Victor Recerd tsd Vic tor Machines are scientifically coordinated ar.d synchronized in the processes of manufacture, and ahould be uaed together to aecure a par feet reproduction. jyiCTROLA W Riü C Bank The erohante ationa will be open for business at 312 South Michigan Street Monday Morning, Sept. 22, 1919. The contractors are making good progress on the building and all old fixtures are being removed to get the Banking Room prepared for the new marble work and furniture. All work will be rushed as fast as pos sible so we can get back into our New Home. Tlie IltohMa Hationa mm eoi We hive been flooded v-'ith or der and our to:k is almn.n nil srone. This i your List chance to et teed at these prices. Artificial Ice Co. Bell 2221; Lincoln 6123 e