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PHILADELPHIA, ITIUDAY, MARCH 5, 1915.
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FIGHT OPENS TO
iMayor's Veto of "Fake"
at Risk of 'Delay
Which Foes Desire.
Taylor Withholds Announce
ment of isext step m war
U w ".6 - -y
Over, Bound nana ana i oot,
Blankcnburg Comments, With Irony,
on Councils' Provision for bewer
Relocations for Delivery Loop,
Followed by Repudiation of Loop
jjj Supporters of Director Taylor s corns'-
erohenslvo progrnm for real rapid trnn-
jlt In Philadelphia today opened the
light to kill tlio fraud plan
handed tlio city yesterday
by tlio Organization ob
structionists In Council1.
Vaced with a plan whlcji
fulls to provldo for a sub
way delivery loop, which In
cludes no high-speed lines to the North
west iind no elevated to Darby, nnil
which makes no mention of universal free
transfers or of the abolition of the ob
noxious 8-ccnt exchange tickets, the
in nf real rapid transit refused to bo
I" duped by a project which exports have
branded ns a manes"!" inuiiun.uu,..
The "Joker" ordlnnncc, which was
driven through Common Council by a voto
of to 18 and through Select Council by
. vote of 3f to 11, piovldcs for tlio con
struction of a Broad street subway from
T.ini. Tainnd to Olnev avenuo and a
'' Frankford elevated from Front and Arch
': airoiR tn Rhnw n street.
- Phlef Clerk Fclton. of Common Council,
V' Trill forwnrd to tlio Mayor today the om-
cfttl certiticauun oi um unmiuuu o
miner! nrovldlnc for tlio submission of
, the $6,000,000 loan to the voters and for a
special election April i"J to oie on me
I The Mayor this morning said that ho
. tmd Tint received the ordinnnco as yet and
i declined to state what his action would
be. Should lie fall to sign the bin tor iu
days It will become a law without hlB
The Mnvor called attention to the fact
i that Councils provided for the relocation
Cof sewers along the route of tlio con-
?kB...,1 mil..... . ilnlli.np.r tnnn imil limit
J J, 'suddenly opposed the loop after a $300,000
f? appropriation for tho preliminary sewer
vow nan neen mnue. xnc cuuiruma ur
thft.oiKor-Jo.,orkhave boen let and-aqtual
cfisirig will bo begun on March 20.
THE MAYOR'S STATEMENT.
The statement of tho Mayor .follows:
It Is a remarkable coincidence that
the ordlnanco for the appropriation of
JMO.OOO for relocation of sewere in tho
proposed delivery loop was passed by
Councils on January 21. Tho ordl-
Concluded on I'ngo Two
Thte talc tho tccathcr man has told,
ihls "fair anil coltlev" story, is always
neia yet ages old as winter dies In glory.
Ihera have been few such snappy days
ihi) duliifi winter season : tho, sun has
stayed behind a haze anil there's been
tiaught of reason, nor cheer, nor courage
tn the air. but 0111 chills and shivers! but
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hoio, today is wondrous fair loflft life
juj, it iiwivers. jjo nam Jc winicr,
ms in ucam, give us a day surpassing, by
unimoHliiff the west wind"s breath and
old Sol's forces massina.'that. when tho
spring has chased away the chill of cold
December, this bracing and health-giving
lay all humans shall remember. They
.Mill enjoy it while they may, the weather
wse oud brain;. This kind of weather
its not stay,; tomorrow may be rainy.
Blessings on you. kind contrlli..
KFor Bending In tills weather squib.
gt joys our heart; embalms all sorrow;
fa work for us until tomorrow.
kr for Philadelphia and vicinity
whuui tate tomaht and Saturdnu
meadily rhino temperature r fresh
t easterly winds.
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Observations at Philadelphia
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FRENCH ASSEMBLE BODIES OF FALLEN ENEMIES FOR BURIAL ON FIELD
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This gruesome picture is being
between bodies of French and
Evangelist Attacks Cardinal
Principle of Modern Science
Darwin's theory of evolution was as
sailed by "Billy" Sunday in his sermon
at tho tnbernaclo this afternoon before an
audience of muny thousands. The evan
gelist said the spiritual side of man
"knocks that doctrlno In the head." Ho
added, however, that It was possible for
man to fall back Into the animal stage if
lie forsakes the realm of the spiritual
and of leligion.
"Billy" preached ojie of his most dra
matic sermons on "The (Man Without a
Soul." Whllo admitting that every man
hns a soul, no matterhow low he might
be ho declared his belief that many per
sons who continually neglect to ombraco
Christ as their personal Saviour nnd to
llvo decent lives come very near to tho
animals who are without souls. Ho said
that the spiritual side of man was the
only tiling that separated him from the
I.V DRAMATIC "TRIM."
.seldom, indeed, has the evangelist had
n better opportunity slnco coming here to
bhow his dramatic ability than ho had
Sunday took no Bib I en I text for his
sermnn today. Instead, he opened his dis
course by painting a vivid word picture
of tlio llfo of Philip Nolan, "Tho Man
Without a Country."
The great thiong held Us breath ns it
hem (I the dramatic recital of the trial,
conviction nnd sentence Imposed by the
old Colonial Court upon the man who
damned tha United States. With subdued
breath and intense interest the audience
followed Sunday as he took it on a tour
with Nolan through the period during
which he was kept away from his fellows.
Ignorant of tho riso of the nation that
gave him birth and never permitted to
hear tho name of his country.
And then tho thousands of faces, many
Concluded on race Tito
SNOWSTORM ON THE WAY;
CHICAGO IN ITS GRIP
Attended by Galo Which Endangers
Shipping on Lake Michigan.
CHICAGO, March 5. Swirling over
T.ake Michigan at a BO-mlle-an-hour
speed, 0110 of the worst gales of, the
winter today endangered shipping and
forced at least one big boat to run back
to port here after a two-hour battle with
swamping hlgn seas. Captain Carland,
of the llfe-savlne station, reported the
steamship Kansas left port last night and
had to turn and run for cover after
plodding two miles In two hours.
Borno on tho wind today was a heavy,
blinding snowstorm that piled In drifts
thioughout Chicago and compelled em
ployment of 300 additional men to keep
the streets open to trafllc. "With the dying
down of the wind came a drop in tem
perature that caused great suffering
among Chicago's poor.
Cramps to Build Large Ship
A contract for the construction of a
largo steamship for W. Grace & Co.,
of New York, has Just been received by
William Cramp & Sous Ship aud Engine
Building Company. The vessel Is to re
place the stoarrwhlp Santa Catalina,
which was destroyed by Are. This vessel
was turned out by the Cramps twp yeara
ago. Tha new vessel will be about 00
feet In length, 53 feet beam, 35 feet, I11
depth, with a tonnage of 4000.
Scottish Rite Cathedral Burned
WHEELING, W. Ya , March 6. The
Scottish Rite Cathedral, the finest
Miti.a r.i itM kind in the State, was de
stroyed by Ore today. The low was J126,
m The orlgla of the Are la a, mystery.
enacted daily, but on a far larger scale,
German troops, are picked up on tho
"BOY" WAS DOCTOR'S WIFE
Woman, Supposed "Nephew," Had
Always Worn Masculine Clothes.
KNOXVILLC, Tenn.. March 5. The
death of a supposedly "18-year-old boy"
here, thought to havo been the "nephew"
of Dr. Charles M. Drake, has caused con
siderable surprise by a very striking re
velation. The "boy," handsome nnd singularly
gentlo and polite, was popular In local bo
clety and sporting circles. Death has re
vealed tho fact that tlio "boy" was Doc
tor Drake's wife. She had always worn
DOWN WITH MEASLES
i Pupils of Model Open Air
School Not Immune From
Malady of Childhood.
Threo more enses of measles among
future supemomen of the Bryn Mawr
Fdioebe Anna Thome Opeu-alr Model
School developed today and tho famous
Institution hns been closed Indefinitely.
It will not bo reopenod until phy
sicians watching the 30 other little girls
of the school are assured that they will
not develop this malady of childhood.
Life In tho open failed to prevent the
spread of measles among tho children.
Two of them became 111 yesterday. At
first the school authorities refused to be
llevo it was measles, but physicians "who
wero called In had no qualms, nnd their
diagnosis resulted in the school being
The five patients, nil of whom are nt
their Main Line homes, are I'amola
Coyne, Betsy Van Pelt, Janice Nlles, Ellen
B. Lloyd and Elizabeth White. None is
in a serious condition.
The supenyoman school was established
at Bryn Mawr about two years ago. The
course Is one of Hcven years, and when
a child completes It she Is expected to
be a superwoman. There are no Indoor
classrooms. The children study 111 open
pavilions, clad like Esquimaux, and have
alternate hours for play, study, sleeping
and eating. Naps and luncheons come
along under the system with equal fre
quency, and there Is no home study.
When the pupils get through their work
In the afternoon they forget all about
lessons until the next duy.
CAKMED FROM BURNING HOME
Mother and Two Daughters Rescued
A woman apd her two children were
carried from ilieir beds after they wero
overcome by smoke from a lire which
started shortly after midnight in the mill
of the Vim Hosiery Company, 2133 North
Mascher street The Are destroyed knit
ting machinery and yarn In the hosiery
mill and spread to the mill machine manu
facturing plant of A, V, Allen, adjoining,
where It caused considerable damage.
The entire loss Is estimated at SW0.
Smoke fiom the burning hosiery mill
tilled the home of Mrs. August Oetter, of
2119 Mascher street. She 'and her two
children, Margaret, IS years old, and
Louise, 10 jeura old, Mare overcome by
smoke and carried to the street. Mrs.
Oetter is suffering from hoek and the
effects of the smoke.
Sues for $200 Reward
Suit was brought In the Municipal
Court today by Thomas It. Clariiigton
against Captain of Detective Robert D.
Cameron to recover a 200 reward alleged
to have been offered by the detective head
for the recovery of a stolen automobile
Clarlngton avers that the machine was
recovered upon information he furnished,
but when lie applied for the reward It
was tefuged bjn) John J. McDevitt, Jr ,
is. counsel or the plaintiff.
on the battlefields of Europe. Dead
battlefield and laid out in a row.
VICE PRESIDENT IS LAZY
Mr. Marshall "Does Nothing and
Tells Everybody About It."
WASHINGTON, March 5. Vice Presi
dent Marshall Is lazy. Ho admits it,
mildly holding politics responsible. He
expressed himself, whimsically, today,
with reference to tho long vacation
which the adjournment of Congress pro
vides for him:
"If laziness had not overtaken me, I
would have been a shoemaker. All I do
is hold ofllce, draw salary, do nothing,
and tell everybody nbout It."
HEALTH BUREAU PLANS
"BABY FARM" RAID
Prompted by Exposure of Piti
able Conditions at Bethel
A wholesale raid on 25 so-called "baby
farms" in nnd around Philadelphia, to
follow in quick succession upon that
made yesterday on the Bethel Home,
Beech and Elm streets, when William and
Emma Chichester, tho managers, wero
arrested and 31 children, many of their.
Infants In arms, temoved fiom the In
stitution, has been planned by the Bureau
of Health. The bureau has hnd Investi
gators working quietly for tho last four
months gathering evidence.
According to Dr. Lincoln C. Furbush,
who was Instrumental In tho doing away
with the Bethel Home, almost un
believably revolting conditions have been
revealed by these inspections.
"Thero are at least 23 of these place j
which will have to be wiped out," Bald
ho this morning. "They are Institution
simply tilled with youngsters In the most
deplorable condition. 111, under-nourished,
scantily clad, neglected children, living
In nil atmosphere that In many cases is
improper morally. They haven't half a
cnance, ami we feel that tho entire city
Is In back of us In our ttght to ameliorate
CHILDREN IN PITIABLE STATE.
"It has been not unusual for our In
vestigators," continued Doctor Furbush,
"to find children contaminated with the
most loathesome diseases, and to have
been subjected to experiences scarcely
printable. In many cases, of course, the
insanitary conditions, over-crowding nnd
lack of proper food are due to Ignorance
on the part of the managers, but all this
will have to be remedied."
yesterday the children taken from the
Bethel Home were found to bo In a most
pitiable condition. The entire 31 had been
sleeping In two rooms, the walls of which
were covered with mildew. Their clothes
and bodies were tilled with vermin, and
many of them were Infected with serious
LITTLE PAID ON BOARD,
The parents of the children placed In the
homo are working people who were sup
posect to pay from Jl.M to V tor their
support, but In many cases It was found
that nothing was being contributed. The
scant fare provided was barely enough
for u bIM to subsist on, according to the
Clyde O. Durgan, an agent for the So
ciety for Ihe Prevention of Cruelty to
Children, testified that In the case of an
Illegitimate child the mother came to the
home and remained theie two or three
weeks. After that sho disappeared and
her family usually made arrangements to
pay f: for the baby's upkeep. No record
of Ith parentage, however, was ever made.
A three-months-old baby, pale and
anemic according to the testimony, was
put to bed In a basket of ftltlu rags, and
another youngster had been sent to bed,
for a week as a punishment
The ChlchesUrs have been conducting
the home for about five years, since the
management of It was renounced by the
Philadelphia. Church Society that found
ed it Tlio license has been revoked and
the children will be cared for by the 3.
l' c. c. until hemes can, be found (or
i'liiit-i bj I lukTMumt A I llilcrvvoou.
Germans, the victims of an encounter
French sappers are seen burying n
POWDER PLANT IS
GUARDED IN STRIKE
Du Pont de Nemour Works
Protected by Special Armed
trnoM a BiArrcor.nEsroNDD.ST.
PENNSGROVE, N. J., March 5. Two
hundred and fifty armed guards nro
patrolling the buildings and ground of tho
E. I. du Pont do Nemours Powder Com
pany, at Carney's Point near hero, this
afternoon, while about 400 carpenters, who
went on strike yesterday, aro being paid
off to permit their places to be taken
by strikebreakers. Mnyor Kills lina
ordered B0 deputy sheriffs sworn In, In
addition to the regular force, when an
nouncement wns made by tho company
that no delay would bo permitted in con
nection with work being rushed on 0110
of tho powder sheds, to fill largo orders
from nations now at war.
Trouble wns anticipated today, when It
became known that the powder company
would not treat with tho dissatisfied
strikers. A. V Porter, the superintend
ent, declared that tho men employed on
additions to Plants No 1 nnd No. 2 de
cided on a walk-out If they wero not
granted 45 centx an hour, which is tho
wage paid to the union brlcklajcrs work
ing on the buildings.
This morning the only saloon or the
town was not permitted to open, and tho
men who wero imported to take the
Pisces of tho strikers were brought to tho
plant In automobiles. When tho striking
carpenters learned of tho arrival of the
"scabs" they wired tho headquarters of
their union In Chicago. A reply wns re
ceived late today indicating thnt several
labor officials would come here nnd nt
tempt to ndjust matters. The strlkois
d'iclure that although tho brlcklujers are
nlso union men they refused to Join in
"Tho walkout of tho carpenters will do
lay shipments only n day or two at tho
Cniifluiled nn TngA Two
HOY OF 16 KILLS FATHER FOR
MAKING ATTACK ON MOTHER
Youth Shoots Man When He Rushes
Upon Wife With Knife.
BUFFALO, N. Y March 5 -Leo Hath,
16 years old, shot and killed his father,
John J. Hath, a Pennslvanla Railroad
brakeman, this afternoon, when the elder
Hoth attempted to attack his wife with a
It was said Hoth went home Intoxicated
and abused his family. At the dinner
table he picked up the knife and chased
his wife through the house. The bay
ran upstairs, got a shotgun, returned to
the kitchen and shot his father. He was
held pending an investigation by the
DACIA PROCLAIMED I'RIZE
Official Announcement in Paris That
Capture Was Legal.
PARIS, March 5. The American steam
ship Dacla was today oUlclully proclaimed
a French war prUe. The ministry of
marine Issued the following statementt
"The hteamer Uaola was seized by the
auxiliary cruiser Europe, and the marl,
time prefect of Brest has pronounned her
capture legal. The proceedings ate fol
lowing their nomul course."
Wilson Not to Go West This Month
WASHINGTON. Maroh S.-U was said
today to be virtually certain Ifeaj Presi
dent Wilson would not go toai) Fran
cisco during the present month. At the
Cabinet meeting today the question of
the trip was discussed Informally, and
It is understood the President expressed
himself as opposed to leaving Washington
at the present time.
TWO IlKITISIf SHU'S SUNK,
AMERICAN CAPTAIN REPORTS
, Tnnkcr's Skipper Witnessed Destruc
tion by Submarino in English Channel.
, BERLIN, March 5.
, A description of the destruction of two
freighters In tho English Channel by a
German submarine was told nt Bremen
liv tho cnptnln of the American tank
steamship Gulfllght, which nrrlvcd In the
Wcser ttlvcr ycslcrdny.
According to tlio Rtory, both merchant
sliip wero attacked apparently by tho
samo underwater boat. One of tho
ftelghtors wns laden with conl; tho other
with rice. Tlio cnptnln of the auiniglit
snld he pnssed safely through the mine
Held by following the directions of the
AND SUNK IN CHANNEL
BY MERCHANT VESSEL
Captain of British Ship
Alston Reports Sending
1 German Craft to Bottom.
U-8 Victim of English
LONDON, March l.
Another German submarine has been
sunk, nccordlng to lnfnrmntion brought
to West Hnrtlcpool today. Tho owners
of tho British steamer Alston announce
that the captain of tho ship reported to
them thnt ho hnd sunk a German sub
marine In English Channel last Sat
urday If tlio report of tho captain of the Al
ston Is true, this makes the second Ger
man submailnc sunk by a merchant ship,
tho British Admiralty having accepted tho
claims of tho captain of the Thordls that
his vessel rammed and sank a submarlnt
In tho channel.
Thero was wild rejoicing throughout
England today when tho iiowb was flashed
to all parts of tho United Kingdom that
the Gel man submarine U-8 had been sunk
In the English Channel. Although It had
trccn icportcd that from two to six Ger
man submarines had been destroyed, the
landing of the crew of tho U-8 at Dover
wns the first tangible evidence that any
German undersea boat had been sunk.
When the first news of tho loss of the
U-S wns received from Paris, whoro It had
been announced by tho French Ministry
of Marine, there wns a feeling of deep 10
giut that the submarine had not been at
tacked und sunk by an English vessel.
This feeling Inter turned to Joy when tho
British Admiralty announced that It was
a British torpedoboat destroyer which had
sent tho U-S to the bottom.
Tho acceptance by tho Admiralty of
tho claim of Captain Bell, of tho steamer
Thordls, that ills ship rammed and sank
n German submarine In tho 'English
Chunnol off Beachy Head has convinced
the public that two German submarines
now rest beneath British waters.
Late in February wreckage, flupposed
to bo from a submailne, was picked up ott
Christlnnsand, Norway. About tho same
time1- It was reported that the U-16 hnd
been sunk after making an unsuccessful
atack upon the cross-channel steamer
Tho arrival of the crew of the subma
rine U-8 in England brings to a climax
tile controversy led by Lord Charles
Bcicsford over whether or not such pris
oners shall bo treated and tried as plr
ntps. Lord Charles has strongly advocated
such action because of tlio nature of the
Get man submarine warfare against Eng
Tho officers and members of the crow of
U-S nre being detained In Dover Castle.
It had been said that tho U-S was sunk
yesterday morning, but the German sea
men declare that the vessel was not at
tacked nnd sunk until inst night. They
declared that two shots were fired at
tho U-S; the first missed, but the second
damaged the submarine to such an oxtent
that sho hod to bo abandoned. The U-8
was one of the finest underwater boats
In the Germany navy.
OLDEST CITY EMPLOYE
LEFT iji'25,000- ESTATE
Malcolm M. Coppuck Bequeaths
Property to Relatives.
Mnlcolm M. Coppuck, the oldest city
employe, both In age and In term of serv
ice, who died suddenly February 2ii at
his home, 511 North 7th Btrcet, left an
estate of J25.0C0 In personal proporty.
His will admitted to probate today be
queathed ?50O0 to his sister, Mary Letitla
Coppuck, and the greater part of the resi
due to ills daughter, Marian C. Walker.
Two granddaughters of the decedent are
to receive $1000 each
Mr. Coppuck was nn assistant chief
clerk In the Bureau of Highways. He
was K years old and had been in tha
service of tho city 47 yens.
George W. Knrsnci, who died February
11, nt 122 Herman street, left an estute
of 115,00(1 In personal pioperty, the bulk
of which goes to his wldpw, Mary Emma
The following public bequests in lili
will aro endungered because the doc
ument was executed Jnhunry Z!, 1915,
lesh than 30 days prior to his death: $500
to Ellis Post No. rt, G. A. n.; ?5C0 to the
First Methodist Episcopal Church of Ger
mantown for missionary purposes and
1200 to the Whosoever Gospel Mission,
Cheltcn avenue, Germantown.
Mnry K. K Weber, who died at 4933
Mulberry street, Frankford, February 12.
Miniated In her will that after the death
of a niece. Rose E. Lord, and gandnece.
Florence L. Lord, tho house In which
the testatrix lived Is to go to tho Penn
sylvania Society for tho Proentlon of
Cruelty to Animals,
Other wills admitted to probate today
distributing estates In private bequests
include those of John Alulne, 3111 Whar
ton stteet, who left property valued at
jaS.SfiO; Caroline A. Roberte, 1727 North
16th street, ?M.f0g; Jams Newton, 711
Wakellug sircaLI'Vaubfant, 00; Joseph
J. lildredKoJp. NorTKS&l.stMat. fS0;
Katharine Rather, who die atr Cape M.?y.
K. J-, ?K00.
EXPLOSION WRECKS CAFE
Bursting Boiler Demolishes Room.
Three Men Injured.
NEW YORK, March S.-Vlth a roar
like volcano, u two-ton boiler In tbe
basement uf 373 Woat street blew up to
day, demolishing the entire first Boor of
(he building, which 1 occupied by a
restaurant and cafe, and severely scald
ing one man, and injuring two other
Twenty boarders. In their rooms tn tbe
upper rtoor. made hurried exits by way
of tbe lire-escapes.
AIMS ATTACK AT
Squadron of Six Battle
ships, With Smaller
Heading for Bos-phorus.
Dardanelles Forts Crumbled
by Fire of Allies' Vessels.
Uprising Against Young
Turk Party Reported Immi
nent in Stamboul.
Sultan Has Army of 100,000 Men t
Meet Foe's Advanco on Both Sides
of Strait British Admiralty
Warns Public Against Over
confidence. LONDON. March 6.
Tho Russian Black Sen fleet, composed
of six battlcs'nlps, two protected cruisers
and a number of smaller vessels. Is
stenmlng down tho coast to attack Con
stantinople through tho Bosphorus, ac
cording to Rome dispatches this after
Tho Russian squadron was sighted ofC
Burghas, Bulgaria, steaming south to
ward tho Bosphorus. At that tlmo ehs
was within 125 nautical miles of the Bos
phorus and about 140 miles from the
The Admiralty refused to confirm the
report. It Is known, however, that tho
Russian Black Sea squadron has been on
the offensive nnd searching for the Turk
ish fleet. Tho Turkish fleet, which with
drew mysteriously from the Dardanelles,
Is believed to bo steaming through the
Bosphorus to meet tho unexpected at
tack upon Constantinople from the cast.
RACE TO CONSTANTINOPLE
In tho Russian Black Sea squadron are
three 12,800-ton battleships carrying 12-'
Inch guns tho Ievstafl, the Pantellmon
and the lonunnan Zlataoust, In addition
to these the 12,4.'iO-ton Trla Svlatltella, an
oUl battleship, and tho Georgl Pobledon
osets and tho Rostllav aro reported to be
engaged In the attempt to reach Constan
tinople before the Allied fleet batters Its
way through the Dardanelles
The French squadron shelling the Turk
ish forts near Bulalr from tho Gulf of
Saros havo destroyed tho pilnctpal forts,
tho Homo advices said. Aviators signalled
the range to tho French gunnel's so ac
curately that scarcely any ammunition
was wasted. The Turkish garrison los.t
heavily In tho bombardment.
A flotilla of small boats accompanying
the Fiench squadron Is now attempting
to send ashore a landing party to seize
tho Constantinople, Railway,
BRITISH ADMIRALTY'S WARNING.
Tho Admiralty has Issued a warning to
tho British public not to expect the fall
of the Sultan's capital without obstinate
and prolonged resistance.
Fort Namezleh, overlooking Kllld Bahr
on tho European side. Is pouring a terrlflo
shcll-flre in the direction of the British
battleships, according to latest dispatches
Concluded on race Tire
BOLOGNA AND LEGHORN
FEEL EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS
No Damage Is Done, But Residents
Thrown Into Panic.
FLORENCE, Italy, March 5. The cities
of Bologna and Leghorn today reported
strong earthquake shocks occurring last
night at 8 o'clock. No damage was done,
but the residents of tho two cities were
thrown Into a panic.
Leghorn Is nbout 50 miles west of Flor
ence on the coast. Bologna Is about the
samo distance to tho north.
I'OURS ROILING WATER
ON WIFE, WHO MAY DIE
Husband Attacks Another Woman,
Then Is Clubbed by Police.
NEW YORK, March 5,-After severely
beating his wife, John Lemaudow. of
113 Uerry street, Williamsburg, poured
boiling water over her today unttl her
screams aroused the entire neighborhood
and brought half- a dozen policemen to
Before tho policemen arrlel Lemandow
also showered Lettl Gladskuhn, who came
to his wife's assistance, with the botllns
water. The wife was lemoved to a hos
pital in a dying condition.
Lemandow showed tight when the police
came and was clubbed into submission.
The Kcnsingtonian Says:
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thinking about going oh the stage wtlh
their sketch, entitled "Oh, Where I Qft,
Where 1 Has My Lima Beant-
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