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TEUTONS IN PURSUIT AIM
TO ISOLATE SLAV ARMIES;
REAR GUARD STAND HEROIC
Russians Dash for
Litovsk;- Invaders Seek to Gut Lines
and Capture Main Bodies of Czar's
Troops- Greatest Military Racer in
World's' War History.
The Germanic alltet, victorious along the Vistula tine, are pressing
hard upon the Russian army in its retirement from the Warsaw front.
The Slay withdrawal and' Teuton pursuit to Brest-Lltovsk, the Czar's
grarid headquarters over the Poland frontier, is developing into the greatest
military race .in history. Marshals' Hindenburg in the north and Machensen
in the south are strainiiig every energy to consummate their real objective,
cutting of the Muscovite line, and Grand Duke Nicholas is countering by
tremendous efforts to prevent isolation of great columns, and thus to heep
intact the defense front for protection of Russia proper.
The Kaiser has hurled heavy reinforcements from the western front
to complete his triumph in the east. The Russian War Ofice, which is
authority for this statement implying a weakening of the German front
in Flanders, declares, "This fact creates favorable conditions for active
operations on the part of our Allies in the west."
TEUTONS RUSHING SLAV ARMY
IN THRILLING MILITARY RACE
BERLIN, Aug. 2.
"With more than 300,000 prisoners In their
possession as a result of tha fighting of
the last month, the Austro-German forces
In Poland nre driving through' the Rus
sian front a wedge that threatens t,o
cripple, If not destroy, the Czar's main
There is now going on In Poland one of
Upmost thrilling military races ever wit
nessed. The Russians nre trying to reach
Brest-Lttovsk. 120 miles east-southeast of
"Warsaw, vlth their forces intact except
for the rear guard troops, whose sacri
fice Is necessary in order to save the
The Austro-German forces are fighting
to force their way northeastward to the
Vleprz river front. The Germans have
taken Chplm, GS miles from Brest-Lit-ovsk.
Their cavalry is reported to be
n'plunsing northward on the left bank of
the Bug river. If the Hermans arrive
1 before Brcst-LltoVsk In advance of the
retreatinfr Russians the Czar's armies
will bo in a dangerous predicament.
Berlin military critics assert that even
If the Russians succeed, in withdrawing.
their main forces to thoi sheltering forti
fications Of Brest-IJtovsk they will be
unable to hold, the Bug river front be
cause of the great flanking movement
now being made by General von Buelow
' In the Baltic provinces. Tho capture or
, evacuation of Kovno will necessitate the
abandonment of Brest-Lltovsk and Grod-
i no or result in the surrounding of the
-entire Russian army In a district abso
lutely untenable with the lines or com
, The most optlmlstlo German observers
' predict the almost complete annihilation
of -the Russian armies, the capture of
Mhe Russian capital and peace proposals
from the Russian oovernment wnnin tna
next bIx 'months. Others, more conserv
ative, believe that Russia's fighting
strength will be destroyed for many
months and that before the Czar can
again become a dangerous factor In 'the
' war the German legions in the West will
!To able to win a victory there that will
tpake their ultimate triumph certain.
FRANCE AGAIN AFFIRMS
Ui S. RIGHT TO POLICE
Eecognition of Monroe Doc
trine Shown by Sister Re
public in Asking Permis
sion to Protect Its Haiti
WASHINGTON, Aug, 2. France has re
affirmed her acceptance, of the Monroe
Doctrine. This was the interpretation of.
flclally placed today on her action . In
landing a guard ot marines for the
French legation at Port-au-Prince onlyi
after asking and receiving" permission to
do so from the United States Govern
ment The result may be far reaching, Diplo.
mats today pointed out thaj the action
of the French Republic means that the
supreme police power of the United
States In this hemisphere has once more
been Indorsed by France. And In doing
so she has taken a position of strategic
strength, not only to secure proper re
riraaa for the outrages against her na
tional honor by the Haitians, but also to
-dttnand that the United States tea that
French interests are protected In all
forthcoming developments In Mexico.
The latter may prove a serious, problem
to the Wilson administration when the
time- comes for It to enforce its new views
and policies south of the Rio Grande.
Although Hear Admiral Caperton has
reported that so far conditions in Haiti
are quiet, the Navy Department U ready
to rush further reinforcement" to him If
needed The marfna and blu.acHets
now on the way from Philadelphia will
be available. will the battUablp Cob
neettcut, noi later than Thursday In
the ikeanwhile the (ores of Rear Ad
miral Caperton have been inatructqd to
maintain their grow &h4 to protect all
foreign tntreste at ny cost As soon
as he gets hU additional. nwn Rear Ad-
Conllutd oa I'M Two, Column 6vwj
For Pkikubifh1 anrf. vtdnity
Cloudy and untlttd msatker today
and tvOtght. ProbabU tkawr$- Hoi,
km u-ai u probabl lower maximum
thutk itti day.
Great Base at Brest-
SLAV REAR GUARD ON NAREW
COVERS MAIN ARMY'S RETREAT
PETROGRAD, Aug. 2.
Tho Russians falling back from Warsaw
are fighting one of the most magnificent
rear-guard -actions the world wnr has
seen. Small forces standing along tho
Narew and West of tho Polish capital are
ilotetmlncdly holding up the Germans,
while the main body of Slavs continues
the retirement eastward.
So effective Is the Russian defense Just
outside tho gates of the city that mili
tary men declared today that Warsaw
could never havo been won by direct
assault. The great Austro-German siege
guns and the massed forces of tho enemy
could not have battered their way Into
the capital they held, and the capture of
Warsaw was only made pbsslble by the
progress of the Austro-Germans along the
The taking of Warsaw will only slight
ly relieve (he Germans' feeling of disap
pointment over their failure to entrap the
Grand Duke's armies, according to ad
vices to the War Office.
When it b'ecame evident that the Rus
sians were about to escape the trap,
General von Hindenburg sent out a hurry
call for reinforcements from the western
battle front. These forces arrived and
havo been seen In operation in Poland,
the War Office, wKreliiohramca tula
"This fact creates favorable conditions
for active operations on the part of our
allies in the west."
Sunday, the anniversary of the outbreak.
or tne war Between itussla and Germany
and the date on which the Kaiser planned'
a triumphal entry into Warsaw, saw tho
Russians throwing German detachments
back across the Narew and successfully
withstanding all enemy assaults In the
bend of the Vistula, extending west to
southeast of the city. Though It Is ad
mitted here that sufficient time has not
elapsed to permit tho withdrawal of the
main body of Russian troops before War
saw to the lines to the east, an air of
confidence today replaced the feelings of
doubt over the fate of these armies yes
terday. The newspapers today printed promi
nently the closing words of Minister of
War Pollvanoff'B speech to the Duma, in
Continued oq Pare Two, Column Two
HEAT KILLS TWELVE,
ONE MAN ENDS LIFE;
SLIGHT RELIEF FELT
Thermometer Falls'One De
gree in Afternoon, but
Oppressive Weather and
Humidity Bring More
Loss of Life.
ON ANOTHER HOT DAY
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Record?. 01 decrees. In J871.
Thirteen deaths, the result of prostra
tions, among them one suicide caused by
temporary insanity from heat, was. the
toll today of tho oppressive conditions
that- mark the continuation of the
reeord-breaklnff heat which yesterday
Jellied six persons. '
While the temperature-today was! low
aa compared with yesterday, an excessive
humidity made suffering apd discomfort
quite as widespread. The temperature at
noon was S7, or 8 degrees Sower than
the same time yesterday. The humidity,
however, was S3 per cent., or 11 pax cent,
nlfher than yesterday. '
Oid by the heat, from which he had
been compulsing for the last few day,
Austin Williams. 4! years old, of JCOo
North Uth street, committed suicide tft.
day by shooting hlnv-llf four times below
WtiUanu. aooordtag to his brother-in-law,
Asher I Hwi, with whom he resides
at the Ub street a4dreM. has been com-
CoBtlurd on Fate Two, Column &e.eo
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SHARP ISSUE WITH
U. S. IN REPLIES
Rejects Embargo Con
tentions as Untena
ble and Justifies Seiz-
tt'.i5t?avAewjA; t Y-f . ,.
London Refuses to Recognize
American Right to Reserve
American Complaints for
Future Settlement Disap
pointment to Washington.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 2.
Great Britain takes sharp Issue with
tho American position that ahe Is Ille
gally Interfering with tho commerce of
tim TTnitPrf st.itea. Sho defends the Lon
don Order In Council.
Several days ago the State Department
received the British answer to American
representations on the subject. Then a
request was received that this answer be
held until a supplement to it could bo
Thla supplement arrived today. With
It came a separate note concerning the
steamship Natchez, which, with a cargo
from a neutral European port, was de
tained by the British on Its way to tho
United States, on the ground that really
lta cargo was of German origin.
The series, It was announced, will not
bo made public until Wednesday, but
this 'much was learned concerning it:
Every American contention was re
jected as untenable.
The British refuse even to recog
nize the American right to reserve
American complaints for future set
All hopes that there might be a
modlflcatldn of tha British Order in
C&incil were summarily upset.
"" JUSTIFIES SEIZURES.
It was learned on the highest authority
that the British Foreign Office Justifies
every act of its naval commanders In de
taining vessels loaded with American
products and diverting them Into British
parts, so that their cargoes could be
passed on by the British prize courts, de
spite the fact that they are consigned to
Importers in neutral countries. At very
Continued on Face Two. Qaloran Six
POPE'S PEACE APPEAL
WIN$ GERMAN PRAISE
Significance Seen in Statement
Mqda by Cologne Newspaper
and QfllciaHy Published.
in r.m 'rw '
BBRI4N. Aug. 2,
slsalA3"-?0. iaMaohed to yft whole
hearted approval of sPop. Benedict JCV'a
recent peace appeal bjs- the KoeJnUch
Sjeltuns In J current usaue. ThU ln
fluenUal newspaper declarw that the
Pope has eraeted a lasting monument to
hU memory by hi efforts to end the
"Pop Sanedtet is deserving at the
greatest gratitude of mankind far be
send the eUl of tha Roman Cathollo
Cbwcfc." eay the KoliUehe Zeitung.
"but in Ijimjnn: Pari. Fetrograd and
Rem Us Msec eOUwU get only a sharp
ye' for an ajuwar Usanwhile Ger
rossy tlfbUaa her grasp upon ihu sword
rsadr to deal heavier blows, and ahe is
acefttBlieMM what tUglW and huuuu
ity asVw Imm URaM to cwmjj,)Uh tha
auqrnwi if a" IwuorabUt ImMos ,"
Ta ntMW Informetlou was Issued
throuak the Overseas Naws Agency, the
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tho spirits of tho resourceful street
tuuiintj iiiinsuu on on a mmsumratc
ONE OF SEX FOR
CITY SCHOOL HEAD
Suffragists and Wom
en's Clubs Organize
to Win Superintend-
Miss Katharine E. Puncheon,
Head of Girls' High School,
and Dr. Lucy L. W. Wilson,
of Normal School, Mentiqned
to Succeed Doctor Jacobs.
nEABONB WHY WOMAN
SHOULD BE SCHOOL HEAD
She has more enthusiasm for work
than a man.
She possesses a greater master of
. She has a keener sympathy with
and a finer insight Into the problems
Where she has had the opportunity,
she has displayed executive ability
equal to that of ajnan.
About BO per cent, of the workers in
the city's educational system are
A woman superintendent of schools for
To this end, women's clubs and suf
frage organizations representing the
crystallized opinion of thousands of
women of the city, began preparations
today. Active campaigning to cause the
selection of a woman aa the successor
of the (ate Dr. William C. Jacobs, will
continue throughout the summer, and be
fore the Board of Education meets In
September to name a superintendent of
schools the women will have placed their
case before the board.
The early activity of the women Is re
garded in many quarters as prophetic, In
View of the strenuous campaign which re
sulted in the virtually unanimous elec
tion of Miss Katherine B, 'Puncheon as
head of the Philadelphia High Schopl for
Qlrls In December. 1913, and the subse
quent raising of her salary to equal that
qf her male predecessor.
Miss Puncheon and Dr. Luoy L. W.
Wilson, of the Girls' Normal School, ,are
the two women most prominently men
tioned as candidates for the position made
vacant by Doctor Jacobs death.
Miss Luoy Lewis, acting chairman of
Continued on Face Three, Column Four
TIRE THIEF ARRETTED ON
BROAD STREET AFTER FIGHT
Detective Sees Two Men Strip Auto;
Hundreds of pedestrians In front at the
BeHevue-Stratford wltneseed a, lively
fight today when a detective attempted
to arrest two men accused of stealing
tires from an automobile parked In front
of the hotel. William Parbereon, St. lttt
Point Brees avenue, was arrested and
htii In WOO ball for court by Magistrate
RxwMistf The other jnan, thought to be
Parkerson'a eom'plon, escaped after
being chased by a crowd for several
District Detective McDevltt was passing
the hotel whn he saw two ma unstrap
two tires from an automobile helanglng
to Herbert Painter, an attoraey with of
Aces in the Bailey Building The meo,
UcDevltt said, slung the a res over their
shoulders In regulation beach style, aiul
started down Broad street
When McDvltt cested these, he pi
lege. Parlweoa struck him In the leas.
A lively ftgbt followed, a4 eevrU
pedestrians, recofnlaing the 4tecUve,
joined In the fry- Wfcm fa mu
dropped a tire and rn be WM Wlowed
by many civilian, but wreeel down
AT CORNER HYDRANT
urchin, who has mora ways than
RIOT AT FUNERAL;
MOB MAKES RUSH
ON BECKER COFFIN
Police Fight 10,000
Cursing- Men and
Shrieking Women in
Fjont. of Church..
Meagre Guard, No Match for
Morbid Crowds Calls Aid.
Through 20-Minute Service
Fighting in Street Continues.
NEW YORK, Aug. 2 -Charles Becker
was burled today.
Battles between a meagre police guard
nnd nearly 10,000 morbidly curious per
sons marred tho funeral services of the
former pollca lieutenant who died in the
electric chair In Sing Sing on Friday.
Men and women were clubbed and
punched by the police, and tho mob In
front ot the Becker home and the church
where the services were conducted fought
When the coffin containing Becker's
body was brought from the Becker home.
2291 University avenue, a crowd of more
than 3000, which' had been held in check
by 20 policemen, broke past the cordon
and charged at the coffin. The police
were swept aside, and it Was only after
nearly seven minutes of battling nnd
with the aid of about ten detectives, that
the squad under Captain John Relth
was able to clear a passage for the pall
bearerB, who carried the body three
blocks to the Church of St. Nicholas of
The mob followed the funeral proces
sion to the church, where It joined an
other crowd of about 7000, which had
been waiting there. Reinforcements of
police were rushed to the scene, but
even then the police were unable to beat
back the crowd until It had battled with
It for nearly 10 minutes.
A low Requiem Mass was said over tha
body of Becker. The Rev. Father George
Continued on 1'ago Two, Column Five
LANE TO CALL A NEW
"ROUND TABLE" MEET
Hopes to Get Leaders Together
to Discuss Mayoralty at End
of Week Penrose in Qity.
David H. Lane, chairman of the Re
publican City Committee, returned from
Atlantic City unusually early this morn
ing to get a good start on a hard week's
political work. He said he honed to
get the Organization leaders together tor
a "round table" conference at Atlantic
City at the end of the week.
"That Is. of course, if I have any as
surance that the prominent factors will
all attend." he said "Otherwise It would
be no use to call a conference."
Mr. Lane's doubts ai to the certainty
of a full meeting wen ascribed to the
"stand-offish" attitude of tha Varee. If
the Varee attend the conference next
Saturday or Sunday, It would be a big
surprise to politicians.
"I'd like to see tne atmosphere clenrtl
a soon as possible, satd Mr Lane,
regard to the Mayoralty situation
like to se an agreeable man chosen.
agreeable to all tne ieamg eieffMBU In
mmlLor Pear spent several imps; la
the itr Urfear- He said be 4 g t
time to lex Into the Mayoralty situation
and had to hurry o to New York thle
afternoon Ue ea!4 he would return Wed
nesday and remain bar evrt days, and
he indicated that he would give most of
hu hid the latter aiyrt nt tha weak lei
Uim study at city paHHea.
PLAYMATES HORRIFIED? CHILD IMPALED ON FENCE
TIfe Bfght of one of their little playmates Impaled on the Iron
fence surrounding: tholr playground horrified pupils of the James It.
Clflghonm School. 17th street nndn Susquehanna avenue, today. The
lad, Frederick Deck, 12 years old, of 2345 North 17th street, Is In a
serious condition, Buffering from loss of blood, at the Woman's
Homeopathic Hospital. Doctors took 14 stitches In the wound.
AUSTRIAN AEROPLANE BOMBARDS SCUTARI
ATHENS, Aug. 2. The Albanian city of Scutari, which was re
cently occuplcdby a Montenegrin army, was gombarded by aim Aus
trian aeroplane on Friday, with mUcli damage.
WOMAN KILLED BY GAS FROM STOVE
White doingthe family washing, Mary Hastings, of Ambler, was
overcome by gas from a range today. Doctor Shelly was summonea,
but the woman wad dead.
WORKERS IN 150 GARMENT SHOPS GO ON STRIKE
NEW YORK, Aug. 2. Employes of 160 independent garment making ehopfl
went on strike today because of dissatisfaction over tho rejection of tho
findings of Mayor Mltchel's council of arbitration by tho independents.
Meanwhile, 60,000 garment workers are completing three days of balloting on
tho question of striking. Tho vote In reported to favor a walkout
SOUTH HATFIELD POSTMASTER HELD FOR EMBEZZLEMENT
John O. H. Huntsberger, postmaster nt South Hatfield, Pa., was held in
$3000 ball for the Grand Jury today for alleged embezzlement of $2000, Tho
hearing took placo before United States Commissioner Edmunds;
DESTROYER ERICSSON TURNED OVER TO UNITED STATES
The new torpedoboat destroyer Ericsson was turned over to the Govern
ment lato this afternoon. It was taken from tho Now York Shipbuilding .Com
pany, Cnmrten, tho builder, to the Philadelphia Navy Yard with a company
crew on board. Later it will be sent to the naval station at Newport, R. I.
Tho Ericsson is one of the fastest of the new models, having developed a
epeed of 29 knots oil its trial trip.
FRENCH AGAIN ACCUSE GERMANS OF; BARBARITIES
PARIS, Aug. 2. The official commission on violation of tho laws of
war today submitted a report holding German troops guilty of barbarities
against French soldiers, members of tho French Medical Corps and non
combatants, "On numerous occasions," it says, "the Germans used military
and civilian prisoners as a. shield from tho fire of French troops." Tho
report, accuses tho Germans of using bullets mado to inflict severe wounds
rtnd also of employing "saw-toothed" bayonets.
ITALIANS HOLD 17,000 AUSTRIAN PRISONERS
ROME, Aug. 2. Austrian prisoners now -confined in fortresses and con
centration camps total 17,000, of whom 380 are officers, the War Office an
BIG WAGE INCREASE BY AUTOCAR , COMPANY
Employes of the Autocar Company, of Ardmqro, started on a new era of
prosperity today, for a 10 per cent. Increase In wages and n daily cut in work
lng hours of 45 minutes wont into effect.
Tho new order affects about BOO men. Since the outbreak of the European
war tho firm has done much mora business and many employes wcro added
to tho payroll. The Autocar Company shares tho prpsperlty wave which has
siruclc. the du Pont Company, the Westinghouse Company and others.
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GERMANS RUSH BIG GUNS TO ATTACK WABSAW FORTS
AMSTERDAM, Aug. 2. Two 16tf-!nch guns have been sent to the eastern
battiefront to be used in the bombardment of the Warsaw forts if the Russians-continue
their stubborn resistance, according to Berlin ndviees today.
CANADIAN PACIFIC TELLS MEN TO ENLIST OR QUIT JOBS
OTTAWA, Aug. 2. "Your King and country need you; we don't." This
note in the weekly pay envelopes of several of Its employes is the way tho
Canadian Pacific Railway has taken of notifying unmarried men in its service
that they must enlist or quit their Jobs. Several ot these notes were distributed
this week, and it is understood that many more are coming.
ARMENIANS AGAIN APPEAL TO AMERICA FOR AID
TIFLIS, Transcaucasia, Aug, 2. The newspapers print a second telegram
Which the Katollkos, head of the Armenian Church, has sent to President Wil
son, appealing to the American nation to protest against "Armenian massacres
and tho violent removal of Armenians from Constantinople and Cllicia (Asia
Minor) to Konleh and Mesopotamia, where they nre doomed to jerlsh."
RUMANIA TO AWAIT RESUMPTION OF RUSSIAN OFFENSIVE
BUCHAREST, Aug. 2. In well-informed circles it is declared that tha
entry Into the war of Rumania on the side of the Entente Powers Is dependent
on the renewal ot ,the Russian offensive in Bukowlna and tho arrival of muni
tions' already ordered by this country from the Allies. Tho action of the Gov
ernment in regard to intervention will not, it is asserted, bo delayed by any
consideration as to the present situations in Galicia and Poland.
GERMAN SUBMARINE REPORTED LOST ON TRIAL TRIP
LONDON, Aug. 2.--A Reuter dlapatch from Copenhagen soys that fisher
men who have returned from Lubeck are authority for the statement that &
new German submarine, while on a trial trip between Kiel and Fehmarn, was
totally wrecked some days ago, 12 of the crew being drowned.
ANCHE NEL TRENTIN0
Tutta la Prima Linea Auatriaca
sul Carao E' nelle Mani degli
Dlspaccl glurttl da Rom ogBl dlcono
che sul fronte del Trentmo e del Tlrolo
sono tmpegnatl e si seno evoltl violent!
combattlmenti. che fanno ritanere che
gll ltallanl hanno inUiato una vlgorosa
orfenslva anche su quel fronte oltre che
sull'Isonzo. Oil ltallanl hanno guadag
pato nel Trentlno aloune nuove posliloni
tenute dal nemieo
Sul fronte dcU'Isonzo, sul Carso. gll
ltallanl sono ora padroni di tutta la prima
linea dl defeea degli austrlact che seno
statl rlcaociatl verso la loro seconda
linea. Un telagramma da Olnavra dice
anzl che la seconda linea auatriaca e' gia
state sfondata dagll Jtallanl Mill'altoni
ano del Carso. mentre altra netlxle da
Roma dleono che gll auetrtaat si previa
rano ad abbandonare Trieste a ne hanno
partaio gia' via il macchlnario dello Sta
Ueta buooa notiaia da' oggi tl JlUUstero
delta. Ouerra Italiano. Usso annuncia
lnfattl ehe il numaro del priglOoUrl In
ternal nelle fortette d'ltalla o net campi
dl concentraineato ammonta a IT.Gft), com
nrael 8 ufftetoil. Queato alto numaro di
prigtonlerl auatrfctchl che si trovano nelle
mani degli ltallanl da un'lde detla
grandtoeita' deUa. lotta che 1 costbatte
ltraao la freollera itaUana. e deUa r-
eistenaa che iRConliano le truppa del gen
La fortessa dl uorwia non a u.ora
caduta- A Kama spieg il msFevo cot
fatts ehe II general Cadoraa &!
aaarWcare tnuUlmante nalgtola del iw
aoMMl noa sonanw pearcna ago uene m
wonto la vita umana, ma aucfee parche'
vuole attestere il masaintn rlsultatu poaei
bU tan U sateliita eioraci
(Lagaere la 4s pagm le ultbac pu'
dettttgUata wrtUla ulU guerre, is ital-
HURT ON SCENIC RAILWAY
L5afety Device, However, Saves Pas-.
eengers From Sorioua Injuries.
One man is at the Ablngton Hospital
nnd several others are suffering today at
their homes from slight Injuries sustained
when two oars on the mountain scenic
railway, at Willow Grove Park, were
stopped by the automatic safety device.
The man In the hospital is Henry Row
ling, years old, an employe of the
Rowling was thrown out of the car
In which he w riding and other pas
sengers were cut and bruised by being
thrown against the seats ahead. Offl-!.-;:i
at the park today said that the railway
Is protected by an automatic device for
keeping the car a certain distance apart.
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