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PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JUlfE 22, 1015,
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AND GIANTS PLAY TIE
iff j ""Na tsx
H yj H b w (9
o - German Vise
lightens Five Col
umns Invent Rus
cfen Capital Virtually Sur-
mded by Advancing Col
lins Petrograd Admits'
i by Inch Withdrawal.
lavs Defeat Foe on Pilica.
COPENHAGEN, June 22. German
Rcppapers today printed rumors that
jierg has fallen. .
ye Austro-uorman armies are
Sling the Russians' last defenso
.of Lemberp, tho Berlin war Of
fanounccs. The vanguard is only
lies from tho city.
o Austrian official report' Is con-
of an early surrender of Lem-
V which is virtually Invested.
itie Austro-German armies driving
Eitnst the Slav base at Lemberg are
Mjing, in upon their objective. Under
jhSheayy pressure of columns operat-
JjfiKirpm ZiOlKiow, 18 miles norm, on
UiOfJIW" A0" ., .W-,7, . u.wmw...
fflthe east and from the . Skemlerek
eels on the south, the foe-is -falling
;k, .though strong resistance to tho
WT.tu .. .9 ..n .. .. .. 61... Ont.fVt 1 t3 1 1
BuTed by Vienna, as is a Slav stand
nSfthe lower Dniester and near tho
Semiofficial admission is made by
rograd that the Russians are yleld-
inoh by inch to the Teutonic ad-
soce r Assertion Is made, tftat the.
iitoian capital lias been merely a
B?5k,A!),se1.anthaV its' evacuation
.would not mean any" military dlsad-
reneh troob's have' launched' a new
fnslVo against the Germans at three
liferent points of the western front.;
a movement is considered to bethe
t considerable in many months.
prenCh are directing, successful
Blacks toward Kolmar. in the valley
Ejfee Feehf, an important line in the
Rhine, defenses of tho Germans, In
wilne.' and on the north flank of
lSt. Mlhlel salient on tho heights
he fighting north of' Arras con-
sties unabated. Tho French have
ngthened' their positions near
Souchez, are holding successfully
early all tho ground won from the
na in recent dentine and have
parsed furious German cdunte?-
fAT LEHBERG'S NORTH GATE
&aBefore Protecting Forts Five
innies Shell. Slav Defenso Lines,
BERLIN, June 22.
ustrof3erman forces are. now' stand-
Vbefqro the forts defending Lembers
iSPa the north.
Ipe, German olllce, in a. statement to-
Hroffleially announced that the Hus-
if irt Calicla have retreated east of
&?V which is about IS, mileo due
jtt of Lemberg. It is officially an-
gtaced that the battles northwest of
abergr are continuing.
pfe Austra-German armies were shell-
?,tha. last !lnes of Russian defenses
Sternberg when the Wat dispatch was
to the War Office,, it, was officially
geunced this afternoon.
he Russians are defeated all along
Continued on Face Two, Column Six
&tU.tA .a.idKl.M 4Ua th lnn?
tmt of the year was not necessarily
isoe on wniqh there was the mo
rent July a aadjDeeember 24 are lone
.ior wilUe. Any hot flay Is a long
U. Now Boina further we liave
LWrndering Just how long a day was
iot iaq m: yranR before in
s reprieve closed the door or
Mh houaB In front Inslaad of bhind
How long is the day for that
' on tbe E'uroDean ba.mjlia wno
bullet hole ihrouKh him Mine
l awaits the long, distant moment
S aucear eooiasT Or rUht here In
a PaliadiPhia how long was the
y for the flremw tey went
before t came to tbwwT
K way keep time without xpf-
f PhilaeLilnhiii. nud t'U4li
ejAt amd Wdwis4ai sHfkthf
Umakt, light winds, MW'
PLAYING AT NOBLE FGRLYNtoWOODH?A!LL CU'i'
s tautmitSBir m, ,- &.. . - k
TWO FIREMEN DIE,
DOZEN INJURED IN
BIG $120,000 FIRE
Falling Wall Crushes
Men Fighting Blaze
: in Thomas PotterT&'
Sons' Oilcloth Works.
Battalion Chief William F.
James Loses Life Beneath
Debris Surgeons, Policemen
and Firemen Rush Into Dan
ger to Aid tho Injured.
RICHARDS, OF CORNELL,
STAR ATHLETE, BARRED
FOR EXPENSE PADDING
Olympic Champion Jumper,
ouspenaea, iviust aiihy51
Charge . fpr Obtaining
Money in Hale and Kil
burn A. A.. Games Here.
Alma W. R(chards, Olympic high Jump
champion and one of the-greatest ath
letes who ever competed for Cornell Uni
versity, has fallen into the bad graces
of the Amateur Athletic Union because
he demanded considerably more expense
money for compeUtion In the recent Kale
& Kllburn game here than he was en
titled to, according to the charges pre
ferred. O. J. O'Connor, one of the board of
igovernors of the Hale & KJlbnrn Ath
letic Association, after he found that
Rlphards had taken advantage of his
generosity, so Mr. O'Connor stated this
morning, entered a letter of complaint
with the members . of the Registration
Committee of the Middle Atlantic As
sociation of the Amateur Athletic Union
and Chairman Denny started an Investi
gation at once.
Bo great 'was the expense account
amounting to J59:GO-that the Registration
Committee' at its meetlnig.'last night in
definitely. suspended the,Cornellian.;. It lai
now up to Richards to send In o detail of
his expenditures. '
Mr. O'Connor-stated to a representative
Continued on Page Thirteen, Column Seven
Possibility That Death Blow
Dealt "Grandfather Clauses"
Will Affect 1916 Convention.
Politicians here declared today that the
outlook for the Republican National Con
vention to be held !ndH may be radically
changed by the death blow dealt the
"irahdfather clauses" in the constitutions
of nine Southern States through the de
cision handed down yesterday by the
United States Supreme Court which de
clared unconstitutional such clauses In
the Annapolis election statute.
It is pointed out that although States
having 290 electoral votes, or more
tan necessary for the adoption. of a.
SuSonThnvo adopted a resolution re-,..?LU-U?2l
,,mk of reoresentatlves to
the Republican national .wwrmtton. from;
'"" .. r ,.... k la Valerates, the an-
nuilm at -" be ' WU.W clauses
may neutralize this action to, a. wiltoj
IkiI iitent at the , convention In WW,
Si Id the Republican National Commit
tee reeognUV the many thousand Negroes
J1!, denrlved of the vote and allow
Ktht2n?XnUtlon at the convent on. in
$w .7?hrwly "'ranehUe-
Wmt baslewof tb representation P
pWiS' having' 4MUWM.
dwlrtet na BC:,..a fro eaeh eon-
,S. Fourth an adiltUwal
WTT .S h, the Septtbltcaa a-
George C. Thomas, Philadelphia
Cricket Club, and A. H. Smith,
Huntingdon Valley C. C. (reading
from Jeft to right in the circle),
won their matches in the Lynne
wood Cup golf tournament. J.
N. Stearns, 3d, of Nassau, pic
tured at the top, was .eliminated
by Richard M. Ott, Huntingdon
Valley C. C, 3 up and 1 to play.
"M. It. Marston, Baltusrol, at' .the
bottom of tho cut, won over 0. B,
Webster, Jr., 6 up and44 to ploy.
BRITAIN ADDRESSES NEUTRALS
Statement on Trade-'Handed to Coun
rJesR'epresentatives. LONPON. June 22.-The British For
eign Office this afternoon handed to all
neutral embassies a general statement of
measures designed to" alleviate conditions
governing .neutral trade. The text ofilhe
statement has. not been made, public.
13 Missing from Torpedoed Ship
kONPON, June 2t-r-Thlrteen members
at the wow of the Glasgow steamship
Carlsbrook, sunk by a Gerrnan'submartne
in the North Sea yesterday,, are still-miss,
inir. according to dispatches received here
thls.j, afternoon. Eleven of the crew
GAME IN NINTH
Score WasJL-1' When, Rain
Groimds Sf ew Yorlt Gets
But Two Hits Off Alex
ander Marquard. Works.
POLO GROUNDS, New Tork, June 22.
At the end of the, ninth Inning in the
opening, game between the Phillies and
Giants, Umpire Rlgler called the game,
with the score tied 1 to 1, on account of
darkness. Both teams scored a run In
the first Inning, but after that the twirl
ers tightened" up. Although, the visiting
batsmen added five more hits they came
at Inopportune times.
Alexander was In grand shape and held
the Giants to two hits.
Bancroft wob called out on strikes.
Byrpe walked. Nlehoff filed out to Snod
grass. Cravath tripled to left centre,
scoring Byrne. Lobert threw out Lude
rus. One run, one hit, no errors.
Snodgrass fled out to Cravath. Robert
doubled to right. Doyle singled to' right,
Lobert scoring. Byrne tossed out Burns.
Doyle taking second. Fletcher out, Nle
hoff 'to 'Luderus. 'One run, two hits, no
.Becker struck out Whltted,slngled to
centra. Whltted was icaushujiapplng off:
.first. Marquard..toiMerkIe.. IClllefer ,wxti
Lobert to Merkte. No .runs, on? hlt.Vno
errors. - ' " ;
dtobertson fifed toT.Whllted. Merkle
drew a pass. Nlehoff threw out Meyr.
Merkle taking second. Marquard fpuled
,to Killefer, No runB, no 'hits, no 'errors.
Alexander .fanned, Bancroft singled to
right. Bancroft out (jte'al)ng, Meyers to
Doyle. Fletcher threw, 'ou,t Byrne. No
runs, one hit, no errors!'; -
Snodgrass lifted to Whltted. Lobert
struck out., Doyle filed put to Becker.
No runs,' no hltslno rrors. f "
" Doyle threw out Nlehoff, Cravath hied
out to' Burns. Robertson made a great
catch of Luderus' line fly. ' No runs, no
hits, no errors. '
Burns out, LudfertaHo 'Alexander, who
(covered the bag. -'Alexander, threw out
'Fletch'er. Robertson strolled. Robertson
more than a dozen wero Injured early
today when a wall fell In tho Thomas
Potter & Sons burning oil cloth work's, 2d
street and Erie avenue, bilrylng them
under tho debris. Eleven years ago four
men lost their lives In a flro at the same'
plant. The loss is $120,000.
overnl of tho Injured are not expected
to recover. Ambulance surgeons from all
hospitals with police frbm all tho nearby
stations and tho uninjured firemen rlskod
their own lives extricating the men from
tho tons of bricks nnd debris which were
hurtled down when tho explosion blew
out the Erlo avenue wall.
WILLIAM P. JAMES. Battalion Chief. Dls
trlct.No. 0, Engine Company No. 25. Adams
And Jaieph, si recti; lion.e, i!03 Amter street:
vrX !"Arr tnm.T.tf" -rM fr en-
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JUODAfY'S 'BASEBALL . SCORES ..
3?nn.i.iE3 t O' 0 0 O 000 0-
-NEwr'zoBtt ' i" o o- o o' qo? o o
Aloxattdes ftnrli Killefer j. Karriuar'avaad Moyers.
i fnonraaS ;":.
1 "ft Or O 1 t''0-.t0t0-.'411,
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(J. I'oster-and)ThomaQ; Ay era antf Alnumlth.
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DETROIT ' , O. ip, 2 O 4.' O O a3
.HamlltonjoadiAguowjDubUc and Staiiaso.v ,
Contlnutd on Vf e Thirteen Column -Two
tilTALIA DICHIAREREBBE GUERRA
TRA BREVE'ANCHE ALL A GERMANIA
1 , , :
GlWtoliani HannoRipreso VAtta'cco Generate alle Mnee Nemiche,
Buom Posizione Ocqwata in Valle San PeUetjrinoUna
Base AiuitftaGa $tla Gosta Itiiliajia.
' Un telegTamma da Amsterdarn dice che a" ltnmlnee 1ft difihara3lqne dl
imarra deimallft aa German(a e che in questo casa fltalla .manderebbe
ulSifl" n Prancla per oooperWe cdn gll alleatl. La notWa. specie nella
aeeonda .parte merlta oonfejma, '
mroJIWBlcatI ufflctall pubbllcati a Roma, daj Minister della Guerra at
riie chJSteJ mistenw. aegllaHstrlajJt alVMffmte djUe fow itallane
tanto.sul frantrdel Trgntino e del Tlipjo she su qwUMfJlf C4raloh e del
riume Ieoiwe. Nondlmeno -lo" triippe Italians si sono mm eplngere rtella
valle San Tf4ln ed tvl "opa'-e una buena poelziea.
II bombardamento a cul g Ualjanl hR da dUrl Siorol aswggettato
la onere dtforiifleajOowe 41 Mlbrshett, m Tarvie, : tatn Jn
Artomodo-pMaeoIato dalla, aebbla. oattlwo tempo ha Iraperversato In
nuestl ultiml poehl' glornl 9u quasi tutta te, frentlera, e spjrtalmente eu
ue "ri&lfSl to WiW le opoh.onl offeefll itellanl.
Pero' un teltgramma da Ro.Wa dice bf .11 te.po ?l ' tim&fi 1 beJlo he
ell ltalUnl han rpjrew VatUeco general suUe line njmlehe.
iTmlnJetero delta Marina ha. annuaolaU. che e' Btata swperta Uatetensa
dl una haw austrtaea jw sottomarloi in un p! & '
X e ch. auto catturato un vapoM che portava dlte aait quella bwe,
ilmv MVMtm wtit WW fuewa, !a
JOHN J. HILLMAy. Jr.. ladderman. Truck
No. T,'.'4th street above Olrard avenue; home.
1'41 North Orlanna street; survived by widow
and two children.
CAPTAIN OEOlidE STAHK, Truck No. 7i
home.,SJ10 V5t Somerset street: lacerations
nnd neat exhauitlon: Samaritan Hospital.
PRANK J. MUnrilY, lailderman,. Truck No.
T; home. 1S8 Green street; probable fracture
left shoulder; Samaritan Hospital.
ItODEIlT I HILL, ladderman; Truck No. 7!
home. 325 East Allen strceet; contusions and,
sprained anklo; St. Luke's Hospital.
EHNEST F. OSUOIINE, ladderman, Truck No.
T; home, 2313 Seybert street; fractured collar-'
bone, lee, finger, contusions about' head;
LIEUTENANT HOVAUD 8. BARNES., En-
..... l-nmun. Nn 7. hnma. 4ftl7 Penn Street!
Vany No" 23; home.- 233T West Curabetlsnd
street; sprained knees, ankles and arms; Sa
ACTINO nATTALION ClIlEP JOSEPH C.
CL.EMENTS. Engine Company No. 48; home.
77a North 23th street; contusions; Episcopal
.RUSSELL BTACKHOUSE. Engine Company.
No. 7;'home. 4817 Edgemont street: wwnched
knee and back and contusions; St. Luke's
ASIITON COATES. hoseman. Engine Com
pany NOf 7: home. B124 Tacony street; In
ternal Injuries; Frankford Hospital.
JAMES ORUNDY, volunteer fire lighter;
home, 3118 Crystal street; Injured back and
side; Samaritan Hospital.
FIRE CHIEF WILLIAM a MURPHY, struck
in head nltb brick; refused to go .to hospital.
JOHN W. DANZEISEN, spectator.. 7th and
Venango streets, hit by rjurntne timber;
treated on scene.
WILLIAM McKNIGHT, hoseman. Engine
Company No. 7; home. 353S Stcughton street;
treated on scene.
SMALLER WALL SAVED LIVES,
Tho oil cloth works pccupled a four
story brick building 'with a one-story
brick extension along Erlo avenue. This
one-story section probably saved dozens
of lives, as It broke the force of the
falling four-story wall. Tho fire wasdls
covered by a watchman shortly before 3
o'clock this morning. ,
' The first alarm was sent In at '2:57,
o clock ana later two njro' alarms, wero
sounded., .Engine, and truck companies
from .Kensington, Richmond -and lower
Prankford"and others from ,tb"e central
Bectlohs'of Jthe city responded; r
northeast corner pf-Second street and
Erie avenue. They were used for fin
ishing. Probably 200 firemen were at
work on or about the four-story struc
ture when the, explosion came.
Severat men' had , climbed to the roof.
of the one-story1 extension and were dl-
.cmcAao j,. 4
CLEVELAND- O 2 O
37aber rmaSclialkJiHarstad -and 'O'Nell.
O 3 O-QvO. Gr,
Continued' on-Fate Three,! Column One
Allies Destroy Turk Warehouses
ATHENS, June 22. Turkish munition
docks and military warehouses at Gal
llpoll are believed to have been de
stroyed or badly damaged Un' a heavy
bombardment by the allied fleet Monday
mornlns.-. " , . ,. ,
MltyleneMlspatche.. today said several
units of theAnBlQiErench naval forces
shelled the Turkish town for three. hours,:
Observers reported that severa.1 buildings
burst Into flames nnd that loud cploslons
were heard. s-, .
The Kensingtonlan Says;
TVHKe Deuoftertv ukw feljlitff the loyt
that he got a raise latt toeefc. Qa an
wyivator, th, plllt '
i,pT AND BOUND
file 19. HeSrn to MaaufacUtrirs' CSft tit
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. June 17. tSSV'IMrk4
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btifrUariue games postponed on aetiofT at rtUn and w?t- r. . i
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- UTTLE BOCK, Ark., June 22. A'refort xeache'd here late today
that the tow of Malvern;, Ark., -had-been -virtually destroyed by a
tornado,..andtit"was:feared;tbere hadbeealossoffe.' ,Malvern4a a
.railroad Junftlon (polatlCO ;iMlestfroilt(letBock,.
PRUSSIAN CASUALTIES NTOJJR ;.40M89 -.' '
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