Newspaper Page Text
T'WE.WMuiFipiWWr iimiin l k nnMvW W" .'' "yffW1"
FORTEZZA DI T0LMIN0
La Conquista delta Conca dt Do
berdo' Lascia Aperta la
Strada del Vallone
LA BATTAGLIA CONTINUA
ROMA, 12 Agosto.
II Rcncrale Cadorna annundn net
buo rnpporto odicrno chc le truppc chc
nvevano proccduto nU'occupnzlone di
Dobcrdo Iianno nranznto in dlrezfone
cat, attrarcrsando 11 Vallone. Un rc
parto dt truppc itallanc ha proccduto
nll'occupazlonc dl Oppaccliinsclla, chc
c' sulla strada chc da Gorlzla per Kos
tanjevica c Gorjansko porta a Trieste.
ROMA, 12 ArosIo.
Una grnnde battaglla st sta combattendo
nttomo alia fortezza dt Tolmlno. Iof
fenslva ttatlnna bI estenda a tuttn la fronte
dell'Isonzo, e bI credo cho tra breve glun
Bera' flno alia zona dl Tarvls.
I colllne dl Santa Maria e Santa Lucia,
le due alturo che dlfendono Tolmlno nclla
curva die Ivl fa l'tsonzo, sono assoggcttate
ad Un uragano dl prolettlll delle grosse
Mcntro 1'ala destra Itallana, formata
dalla terza armata ngll ordlnl del duca
d'Aosta, cd opcranto Hingo II basso Isonzo.
completava la conquista dcll'altoplano dl
Dobcrdo', 1'ala sinistra nvnnzava vittorlosa
montc contro le formldablll poslzlonl aus
trlacho nella zona comprcsa tra Caporetto,
a nord dl Tolmlno, e Selo, a stid, ol punto
dove la strada rotabllo dl -Gorlzla l stacca
dall'Isonzo o dalla ferrovla o prosegue per
R centro Itallano dell'eserclto dall'Isonzo
opera ad est dt Gorlzla splngemlo gll aus
triad davantl a se Tutto lo azlonl com
battute contro le retroguardte austrlacho
ono flnlta In favoro dcgll Itallanl.
Forso per vendlcarsl della dlsfntta sublta
cull'Isonzo, gll austrtacl hannt bombardato
dall'alto rloetutamente nello ultlme 48 oro
lo cltta' Itallanc della costa scttcntrlonalo
deU'Adrlatlco, comprcsa Vcnczla.
JLa fortlsslma llnca San Mlchele-San
ITartlno del Carso-Doberdo", cho con la
fortezza dl Gorlzla formava la vera Cor
tina dl protezlono dl Trieste, o' nello manl
degll Itallanl. Le truppo della terza
armata comandata dal duca d'Aoita hanno
conqulatato Icrl tutto l'altoplano dl Do
berdo' o tutto le poslzlonl nemlche dl San
Martlno o dl Rubbla. 11 sallento dol Carso
e' cosl' vlrtualmcnto cllmlnato o si at
tende cho gll austrlacl facclano ancora re
Blstenza sulla strada dl Oppncchlasella, cho
porta a Trieste. La caduta dl Dobcrdo'
era lnovltablle dopo la conqulRta delle po
slzlonl austrlacho dl San Martlno, che a
loro v.olta non potovano csscro efflcace
mtnte mantenuto dopo la caduta dol Monte
San MIchola da cut erano dominate.
Con Dobcrlo' nello loro manl o potcnte
mento tcnulo, gll austrlacl Impodlvano
emcaccmento agll Itallanl dl avanzaro verso
Dulno, sulla strada costlera che porta a
Trieste. Ora nuesta o' libera da ognl mlnnc
cla sul flaneo delle forze Itallane, e pro
babtlmcnto ''aanzata delle truppe del ge
nerate Cadorna si complra' per le duo strade
che da Monfalcone portano a Dulno o a
Nabrcslna a da Gorlzla per Dornbcrg a
San Danlele, seguendo lo duo prlnclpall
llnee ferrovlarto che untscono Gorlzla al
BTande porto austrlaco.
La battagll v per l'altoplano dt Doberdo'
e' contlnuata prr tro glornl dopo laicaduta
dl Gorlzla, cd 11 corrlspondente delle Trl-
ibuha dice rhe In qucstl tre glorni gll Hal
s'-lanl hanno proso altrl 10,000 prlglonlerl.
Ora la front dl battaglla e' stata rad
drlzzata dal memento cho lo forze Ital
lane hanno ragglunto la llnea del Vallone
par II quale pussa la strada che da Rupa
porta a Dulno.
LA BATTAGLIA CONTINUA
Intanto la battaglla ad est dl Gorlzla
contlnua con non dlmlnulta furla o caval
lerla e cicllsti Itallanl Inseguono ancora II
nemlco nella plana dl Gorlzla. '
Gil austrlacl h'anno tentato dl contrattnc
care gll Itallanl nella zona del Montenero
ed In qualche altro settore, ma 1 loro at
tacchl sono statt rrontamente resptntl. St
dice che gll austrlacl abblano trasferlto
truppe dalla fronte della Gallzla a quella
Contlnuano In tutta Italia dlmostrazlont
patrlotttchs celebrant! la caduta dl Gorlzla,
dlmostrazlont che si rtnnovano a mlsura
che nuove vittorle vengono annunziate dal
InnumerevoH telegramml dl congratula
cione da ognl parte dell'Italla, dal pncsl al
leatl e dalle colonic Itallano sono gluntt al
re ed al jennrale Cadorna. Moltl sono
gluntl dagll Statl Untti.
La terza armata contlnua a sostenere la
parts plu' Importante della battaglla sul
risonzo. Quetta armata, cho e' comandata
dal duca d'Aosta, ha merltato elogl speclall,
Prima che cominclasss la battaglla II duca
esorto' 1 suot soldatl. In un ordlne del
jrlorno, a combattere e vlncere "In nomo
delle vostre madrl. delle voatre mogll, delta
vostre sorelle e della vostra patrla."
DENY HIS ARREST
Juarez Report Had It HappeaiRp;
ia Mexico City No
EL PASO, Aug. 12. A report was re
ceived In Juarez this afternoon that Gen
eral Carranza had been placed under ar
rest In Mexico City following disturbances
'In the national capital.
Both General Gonzales and Carranza
Consul Garcia deny the reports. They Bay
that since all messages over the Federal
telegraph wires are censored, It would be
impossible for such a message to reach the
bolder without it being known.
Consul Garcia admits that Carranza Is
,1n Mexico City, but denied emphatically
that there had been any disturbances.
Mexican business men here believe the riot
ing started when General Carranza went to
the French cemetery to attend the funeral
of Juan Amador, his Sub-Secretary of For
eign Relations, who died yesterday.
vTASHmGTON, Aug. 13. Carranza'B
reported decision to return properties taken
from supporters of previous Mexican gov
ernments aroused much Interest today
qmong Statu Department officials, who
pointed out that such a step would tend
to strengthen the da facto authorltiea and
to remove many restriction and punish
'menta which have kept Mexico divided
LOCOMOTIVE LEAPS CURVE
Plunges Down 150-Foot Embankment,
TYRONE. Pa,. Autr .IS, The locomotive
of a north-bound freight train on the Ty
rone division of the Pennsylvania Railroad
was derailed at Peet Hill, a horseihoe
Curva near Mount Pleasant, 10 milea
north of this place, where a big flit had
been made across a ravine, and plunged
ta feet down an embankment, dragging
eeven of the 30 empty cars off the track.
H. A. Wolfe, fireman, of Tyrone, was
killed. S. JZ. Newman, brakeman, also of
Tyrone, was. Injured.
Dies From Horse's Kick
John Sinnofo, 40 years old, a farmer of
yelaom, Ji J, died today in th Cooper
Hospital Caradtn. from Injuries believed
le be due i? a kick, la the head by a bore
it hU -farm- He was brought to the hos
pital Monday, after b had been found on
ITALIAN ADVANCE FROM GORIZIA
a &a. u . i --i'.,';a,v
-Vg r, s 7 -Conor VXjXfc f
- GULF OF ?iDEh&ttfo
Scocpmcs, I (CvCsii'-sli
r...... ...-,. s , i ySxzTxi.
o s io VyT- ' .
Tho Austriana arc retreating eastward to the high mountain peaks as
the Italians push forward from the conquered city. The new Italian
success on the Dobcrdo Plateau has gone far to clear the enemy out of
the bend in the Isonzo below Gorizia. The Italians now are ready for
an advance across tho Carso Plateau to Trieste. The two railroads
leading there from the west hove been cut, but the line through Sesana
northeastward to central Austria is still open.
ITALIAN TROOPS SEIZE TOWN
ON THEIR WAY TO TRIESTE
Continued from Fate One
cIofq on their heels, In continual contact
with the retreating army's rear guards,
whllo farther to tho north a great mass of
cavalry Is driving at every weak spot that
can bo found In tho enemy s lines.
General Leschltzlty's forces have crossed
tho Klota Hlstrltza River near Stanlslau In
their pursuit of tho retreating Austrlans
and the Czarna Dlstrltza River In the region
of Xadvorna, 22 miles southeast of
Stanlslau, It was officially announced today.
The Austro-German forces are striving to
save Hallcz, but the Russian reports agreo
that tho capture of this city Is Imminent
That tho Teutons will bo unable to keep
Lemberg out of Russian hands for moro
than a month la the universal belief In
Pctrograd. Some experts here even predict
that the Gallclan capital will fall within two
LONDON, Aug 12. Field Marshal von
Hindcnburg. who is now directing Toutonlc
operations over three-fourths of the east
front, has been promised 300,000 reinforce
ments within a month. According to a
dispatch to the Morning Post from Berne
these aro to come from Turkey and the
western theater of war.
ITALIANS CAPTURE TOWN
WEST OF DORERDO, ON ROAD
TO GREAT AUSTRIAN SEAPORT
ROMD, Aug. 12. Italian troops have
scored further victories south of Gorizia,
crossing the Vallona and carrying the west
ern slopes of Monte Nadlogem, It was of
ficially announced this nftcrnoon. Italian
detachments havo occupied Oppachlasella.
Oppachlasella lies six miles south of
Gorltz and about two miles southeast of
San Martlno del Carso, whose capture was
officially nnnounced yesterday. It Is on
ono of the Inland roads loading to Trieste.
A great battle has developed around Tol
mlno (Tolmcln) and the capture of the city
by the Itallana Is believed to be Imminent.'
(Tolmlno was one of the chief positions
of tho Austro-Hungarlans on the Isonzo
front. Tho city, which was strongly forti
fied by tho Teutons, lies nearly twenty miles
north of Gorlzla, on the Isonzo River. It
Is on a railroad and Important highways
converge there. Ranges of hills to the
north and south of the city dominating the
river gave the Austro-Hungarlans natural
Whllo the right wing of the Italian
armies operating on the Isonzo front has
been occupying the Doberdo Plateau nnd
driving the Austro-Hungarians from their
positions on that high ground, the left winy
has been advancing victoriously agatntt
formidable positions between Caporetto and
Selo, which llo north and south of Tolmlno,
While the third Italian army under the
Duko of Aosta Is pushing on east of Go
rlzla the Austro-Hungarlans are trying to
reform their ranks. The rear-guard actions
that have been precipitated by the Teutons
have all resulted In favor of the victorious
Italians. It Is reported that the Austrlans
are preparing to evacuate Trieste.
The battle has spread also northward to
the reslon'of Plava. north of Gorlzla, while
the third army continues to sweep the Aus
trlans from the river bend south of the
Infantry fighting has broken out on the.
Plavu front, following terrlflo bombard
ment The Italians are on the offensive.
but the result of the struggle Is not yet
Rubbla and San Martlno del Carso, south
of Gorlzia, whose occupation was officially
announced yesterday, were taken with lit
tle fighting, according to dispatches re
ceived here today. The Austrlans virtually
evacuated the positions after they had been
heavily bombarded and retreated eastward,
leaving only a week read guard'detachment
to oppose the Italian advance.
BRITISH ADVANCE NEAR
POZIERES; HURL RACK
ATTACKS OF GERMANS
LONDON. Aug. 12.
Continuous fighting is In progress In the
district north of Pozleres on the Somme
front, where the British are at grips with
The Germans assaulted the new positions
of the British in that region last night, the
War Oftlce announced today, but the attack
Elsewhere, the official report states, the
position on the British front Is unchanged.
For many days and nights there has been
great activity in the zone of operations
flanking the Albert-Bapaume highway,
north of Pozleres. The Germans, alarmed
by toe loss of trenches on the 160-yard
high ridge, have been making desperate
counter-attacks, but these have all proved
failures. Not only were they repulsed, but
the Urltish have advanced their lines still
farther, principally by use of bombards.
FRENCH GAIN NEW GROUND
AT VERDUN; TAKE TRENCHES
FROM FOES IN HEM WOOD
PARIS, Aug. 18.
Futile attempts were made by the Ger
mans last night to recapture from the
French some of the around lost on the
Not only were the counter-attacks of the
Germans beaten off, but the War Office
states that French, reconnaissance patrol,
north pf the Somme River, penetrated the
German positlcn in Hem Wood,
North of Hem Wood the Germans, after
cannonading the French trenches, delivered
an ass4ult, bat It was repulsed.
Soutn of tia river tha Qermirj attackd
EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA SATURDAY, AUGUST 12,
at Maisonnette, hut there also they wero
unable to miko headway against tho bar
tago fire of the French artillery and the
gusts of lead from the machine guns and
On tho Verdun front the ofTlclal commu
nique says the French m.ido somo progress
and also repelled two German attacks.
This fighting nil took place on the right
bank of tho Meusc.
The French advance was scored In tho
sector of Thlaumont work.
At Floury the Germans assaulted the
French line, but were driven back.
RUSSIAN ARMY IN PERSIA
FALLING RACK ON RAMADAN,
TURKS' AVAR OFFICE CLAIMS
CONSTANTINOPLE, Aug. 12. The Rus
sian army of Invasion In Persia is falling
back on Hampdan pursued by the Turks,
the War Office reported today. North of
Dltlls and Mush In Armenia tho Turks are
advancing In tho mountains.
HEAT MAKES HIGH DEATH RATE
Records Show Big Increase Over Pre
ceding Week nnd Corresponding
Ono Last Year
Officially only 13 Fhlladclphlans died
during tho week from tho direct effect of
the heat, but the number whoso death was
hastened by the high temperature was
much greater. Deaths from all causes
numbered 579, ns compared with 409 last
week and 425 during tho corresponding
week last year.
As usual, during the "summer months, by
far the largest number of deaths occurred
among children. Deaths were divided as
follows. Males, 312; females, 2S7 ; boys,
143, and girls, 107. The causes of death
Tyvholi fever 4
Hrnrlet fever I
Whooplni; couzh 5
Diphtheria and croup 4
Kpldemlc dtseaieu 1!
Tuberculo-J of lunea BJ
Tuberculous mnlnlll 4
Other forma of tuberculosis 4
Cancer nnd malirnunt tumors 31
Klmple menlncltla .1
Apoplexy and softenlnc of brain in
Orcanlo diseases of heart 61
Chronic bronchitis t
Diseases of respiratory system '2
Diseases or siomacn r
Diarrhea and enteritis . . , 101
Appendicitis and typhlitis a
Cirrhosis of ller i
Acute nephritis and llrlsht'a disease 51
Puerperal septicemia - i
Puerperal accidents 4
Congenital debility sod malformations, 27
Old ace 3
KfTecta of heat u la
Violent deaths 211
All other diseases lis
TO LAY CORNERSTONE
Archbishop to Preside at Ceremony of
Archbishop Prendergast will officiate to
morrow at the laying of the cornerstono of
tho new addition to the parochial school
building of St. Peter's Roman Catholic
Church, Fifth street and Glrard avenue.
The present school building, which is being
entirely modernized, will be veneered with
granite to match the church edifice, and the
addition will be built of the same material.
This addition, which will measure 46 by
60 feet, will be ot fireproof construction,
with a flretower at the north end and a
fireproof stairway at the south end. The
remodeled present structure and the addi
tion will form a finished building 131 feet
long Dy oo reet aeep, having 23 class
rooms and accommodating about 1500
pupils. Modern sanitary accommodations
will be provided In each story at separate
ends of the buildings for boys and girls
and there will be a spacious playroom in
the basement. Balllnger & Perrot, the
architects, expect to have the building com
pleted by February I. 1917. Rev. Francis
Auth Is rector of St. Peter's.
C0LLINGSW00D BARS CHILDREN
FROM SUNDAY SCHOOLS
Strict Measure Taken to Prevent In
fantile Paralysis Spread
Children under ten years of age will be
barred from all Sunday schools at Colllngs
wood, X. J tomorrow and each succeeding
Sunday until the epidemic of Infantile
paralysis In New Jersey abates. Action to
this effect has been taken by the Callings
wood Board of Health today.
Tho Westmont Board of Health. In con.
Junction with the township Sanitation Com
mittee. Is making a tour of the territory
within Its Jurisdiction today for the purpose
of taking further measures for the preven
tion of the baby plague In the town. Thus
far the town has escaped the epidemic.'
Scouta Enforce Law
Boy Scouts In Toledo, O., have recently
been helping to enforce the observance of
traffic regulations. They wentbout fasten
ing red tags to the automobiles of per
sona who were violating rules; "parking;
on wrong side of street," "no lights on
machines," "reckless driving,' were some
of the misdemeanors listed on the red
cards, which were Intended as warnings not
to violate the rule a second tune. The
scouta took to the police department dupli
cate cards bearing the date of the of
fense, the license number of the car and
an explanation of when and where the
violations of the ordinance occurred.
"The report from Toledo are to the ef
fect that the work of the scouta In this
campaign haa been productive of much
SOoU." -Scouting. A
DR. JOHN B. MURPHY,
Chicagoan Had Been Ir Poor
Health SiRce He Atteaded
MACKINAC, ISLAND, Mich., Aug. 12.
Dr. John R. Murphy, of Chicago, one of
the world's mqst renowned surgeons, died
suddenly yesterday al a hotel here while on
a summer outing. An attack of heart dis
ease was tho Immediate cause of death.
Doctor Murphy had been In poor health
for several months, and some had ascribed
his condition to the poisoned soup partaken
of at the banquet given to Archbishop
Mundeleln at the University Club, Chicago,
last winter. Ills wife was with him at the
time of death.
The famous surgeon, who recently wm
knighted by Pope Benedict for his re
searches In surgery, was only BS years old.
His pioneer surgery in cases of appendi
citis, later In the treatment of other In
testinal disorders nnd more recently In tho
serum neutiallzatlon of rheumatic nnd other
Joint troubles, have mado hint knon nil
oer tho world. Tho doctor, who was At
the head of tho surgical staff of the Mercy
Hospital, supervised tho treatment of Colo
nel Roosevelt after ho was shot by a
fanatic In Mllwaukco during the fall cam
paign of 1012.
Doctor Murphy had been overworked last
winter and finally developed aortitis, which
extended to tho pancreas When hot weath
er struck Chicago several weeks ago he
and his wife went to tho cooler climate of
northern Michigan, but tho chango failed
to benefit tho surgeon. Thursday he had
a sinking spell and ho remained In a pre
carious condition until nn acute attack of
heart disease seized him yesterday about 3
o'clock He died In n few minutes.
Of recent years Doctor Murphy was best
known for his work In Joint Hurgcry. Ho
wai about the first man to mako any arti
ficial Joint out of natural tissue. Ho was
ono of tho first to transplant bono In ono
body or from one body to another. Ho
was tho first lo excise portions of the lung.
At tho request of Sir Arbuthnot Lane,
head of the Uritlsh Army Medical Corps,
Dortor Murphy organized an American hos
pital unit, which served with tho British
corps In Franco last year.
Doctor Murphy was married In 18S5 to
Miss Jcanette C. Plamondon, a member of
a well-known Chicago family.
SUNRUHV MEN AT MOUNT GRETNA
WILL S00X GO TO THE BORDER
Ordered to Proceed to El Paso When
Moro Recruits Arrive
STATR ItECHUIT RENDEZVOUS, Mount
Gretna, Pa.. Aug. 12. With the arrival here
today of Company K. Sunbury, Twelfth
Separalo Battalion, N. G. P., under orders
to proceed to HI Paso. Tex , It was nn
nounced that tho first shipment of recruits
would go to the border at tho timo of tho
departure of tho Sunbury company for
At present thoro nro 140 recruits In camp
here, and beginning tomorrow they will be
glon Instructions by tho Milton nnd Wll
llamsport companies of tho separate bat
talion, which aro scheduled to reach camp
nt 2 o'clock this afternoon, having been
detailed for recruit Instructions. The Sun
bury company will tako the placri of Com
pany F, Fourth Infantry, Pottsvjllc. which
has been made an engineering company.
WILL AID GERMAN CHILDREN'
New York Woman Sails to Investigate
War Conditions and Givo Relief
NEW YORK. Aug. 12. Miss Madcllno
'.. Doty has sailed for Europe to Investigate
the conditions of children In Germany for
the Fund for Starving Children, which has
provided her with money for this purpoao
and for urgent relief
In her letter of acknowledgement to Doc
tor Frederick Lynch, at tho hendquartcrs
of the Fund, she confessed that Bhe dreaded
what she had to face when sho agreed to
make tho In-.rstlgatlon "But now," she
said, "thanks to you. I can pick up starving
babies nnd broken-hearted llttlo orphans
and start them on their way again, and
It mnke.s nil tho different In the world It
Is inspiring nnd wonderful to work for a
cause, but It Is benllderlngly sweet to help
some tiny child.
Miss Doty Is a successful lawyer and
has been Identified with Thomas Mott Os
borne and G. W. Klrchway In tho prison re
form movement in New York State. Sho Is
oni of tho leaders In tho Women's Peace
SHIP ENTS LONG VOYAGE
Sailed From Englnnd Feb. 15,
The schooner Frederick A. Duggan, with
a cargo of china, has docked here nftor a
voyage of many mishaps which began Feb
ruary 15. 1915, when sho left Fowey, Eng
land. The vessel was sighted by the gunboat
Marietta two weeks ago when she was 600
miles off shnro. Sho was leaking. Food
was almost nil gone nnd the men were In
a half starved condition. Wholesome food
soon restored their strength and they wero
able to cope v.tth the leak, .making It pos
sible to tow the schooner to port. She Is
at Glrard Point.
Marriage Licenses Issued at Elkton
ELKTO.V, Sid., Aug. 12 Marriage li
censes were Issued at Elkton today to Jo
seph Falout and Florence McCormlck, John
Bockol and Mary Roseman, William T.
Plerson and Edith U. N'ettllnger. Thomas
IC Lumy and Mary I. Brophy, Louis Toccl
and Catharine Melano, all of Philadelphia;
William E. Chestnut and Margaret Feeney,
Chester; Nelson J. Chew and Sylvia H.
Bettlnger, Wllllamstown. N. J ; Tony
Hanna and Helen M. Miller, Allentown;
Wllmer A. Relchly and Elizabeth Weber.
South Bethlehem: Charles F. Havercamp
and Anna Ross, Lancaster; Arlos Sterling
and Bertha Melser, Royersford. Pa. ; Lloyd
II. Augstadt and Freda M. Beverldge, Boy
ertown; Louis Porreca and Isabel Roman
elll, Hackensack, N. J. ; James H. Romoer
and Bessie A. Grimm, Baltimore.
TODAY'S MARRIAGE LICENSES
Edward Jow.tt. 2T4T N. 6th St., and Mary lioff.
man, '-'813 Cadwalader at.
Jamts I.OHK. STOt C at., and Marlon Miller.
43(3 Factory at.
Thoraai Imparato, 1303 8 Harmony at, and
Mary Ruaaiano. 180t) 8. Harmony at
Harry A. Hill. 431 S, 46th at., and Lillian A.
Wilson. 431 3. 45th at.
Zelda dreantxrs, 1U'3 S. 11th at., and. Iola
Azaro, 2424 Rldis ao. .
John R. Kelly, 3330 Emerald at., and Elltabeth
Thompson. 1337 S. 22d al,
John Hasator. Ilrooklyn. N. T., and Clara S.
Wooda 100T 8. Titan at.
Cbarlca U Kennedy, 1705 N. Newklrk at., and
Mary C. Masulr. 1705 Ncwklrk at. '
Albert Freedman. 740 t alrmount ave.. and Anna
Kaufman. 723 N 7th at.
Max Nladtrman. 0317 Market at., and Mary
Kantor. 2078 B. Aubury at.
Samuel Schwartz 62,1 Hoffman at., and Cell
Chlpolonaky, 343 Mercy at.
Andrew U. Sharp. 2139 Woodatock at, and Helen
M. Oentel. 4040 N Uper it. ' " "
Thomaa M. Adam. 40 Armet at., and Sarah
Fuller. 1340 8, Lambert at.
Timothy J Crowley 1411 Porter at., and Ruth
M. Taylor. 1411 Porter at.
Frark Karaci. am 8. 3d at., and Mary Kuaznl-
Jak. 808 Lombard at.
Coleman Van LAudloaham. 4202 Woodland ave..
and Resale Pearaon, 4684 Woodland ave.
Abraham Toll. 020 N. 42d at., and Mary Maloff.
20 N 42d at
John J. Sneeney, 561 N. 15tb it., and Roe C.
Tracy. 030 NT Uth at
Roy Rubin. 2248 B. Bth at., and Kate BelsfT.
1908 8 10th at '
William Lewis. 1411 8, Chadwick at, and Annie
Waahlsaton. 1411 B. Chadwtck at
Edward lOilck. 550 8. 61th at., and Blla M.
Harris. 540 N. 10th at.
Caoulio Donatuccl. 710 Mantou at, ana Maria
Dualarelll. 1122 Tltal at.
Ell Martin Hansen. 1035 N 20th at. and Kath-
ertna C. Voxel. 1248 N. 25th at
ytHenllne M. Olikort. Bridgeport. Conn., and
. Aluandrtna owrla. 4145 N. Dtb, at.
uax. Forman. ZIS I-onjorl at and Jennie
IUrlcnwU. baa N. IfarshaJl at.
kowiu. V34 14. siarsnau at
tn K Bailer. 1700 J t Hereon at , and Rose
uiiuam iv Bauer, wuu jcaere
.;.-.-- .i. -r. .--.
t irver iiwj jenaraon at
Rudl dross. 1324 Cermantoirn ave
HiliLitim. 2fi.V K LSlh at.
Edward Schrelber 1313 tatiey at. and Amelia
Beaky. 401 K. 8tb at
BAL.TCM "T ,
MitJ:&i. -r-s. i r J 1
2,)i Xtdne, (B jf fa S f (T
- VY r ' o 1 ud B J
S PC,VlS--JNo7ooCORQICVtN -"LP& ' (
o Warsaw kcst-ujT'J'
. OVP KIELCC jOOMIcni? M (tfXne,
o o. "t & h S . I
.HSCMAU rt 'V- & X.(J ! -KAMINIBTJJW.
inTTtiTTin tr ,ia MILti Qh .'CZKiviowfeyJrk
OOOO -Drcs- p o jLy- Vt
OVA"lC If'S-lt . O ,l'2S0iMC.N,
mBmmMm0ATTLi: LINB V aUCZAWweV."': U
. . . ZSaaaC S J
The capture of Stanislau strengthens the lower handle of the pincers
which threaten to grip the Austrian General von Bothmcr's army on
the front between the newly taken town and Brody. Stanislau, which
is 87 miles southeast of Lemberg, is an important railroad and supply
VEILS FOR BEAUTY
NEW FASHION HINT
ON BOARDWALK NOW
Usefulness No Longer a Con
sideration in Dress Tips
Atlantic City Is Giv
FURS FOR NEXT WINTER
ATLANTIC CIT1", Aug. 12. Finely
meshed veilings, of various colors, are being
worn by feminine visitors who quickly
adopt any style which may become popular.
The veils are not used to ndd beauty to
scmlcovercd faces, nor to keep the rays
of the sun from tann:ng or freckling, but
nro for decoratlv r purposes only. They aro
wound nrounJ small turban hats, or even
bonnets, knotted loosely and the ends allow
ed to hang .' wn the back ot the wearer.
As much or the veiling used is of fine tex
ture, the winds kcop swirling the gauzy
material and this adds to the attractiveness
of this new method of hat trimming.
The fad for fur decoration may be tho
rage this winter. If advance styles of gowns
displayed here make a hit with those who
lovo oddity In dress. Quite n number of
frocks are noticed on the Walk made of
light Biimmery materials, but with a deep
facing of fur at the bottom of the wide
flaring skills. The fur used on these types
of dresses iv usually white In color and
about 12 inches In width or depth.
Price and McLcnahnn. architects for the
Traymore annex, are giving out a few par
ticulars about the new addition to the Hotel
Traymore. on which work will start In
September. It will contain 450 rooms and
will cost at least 5f.000,000.
XIr. and Mrs. Peter McEvoy, of German
town; Mr. nnd Mrs George S. Ruhl, of
Logan ; Nathan Snellenburg and family and
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin G. Wells and fam
ily nro here for the balance of tho summer.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Emlen Paul are recent
arrivals who will be here until September.
Mr. and Mrs. William Laycock, of West
Spruce street, will remain the rest of the
Mr. and Mrs. Wllmot Grant Pierce, of
Germantown, will remain till September,
Mr. and. Mrs. Joseph P. Remington, of
Pine street, are occupying their Loncnort
cottage and will not return to their city
home until October.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Laccy Hamilton, of
Germantown. are here for the rest of the
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Butterworth, of
Philadelphia, will linger until late In Sep
tember. Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Lesley, of Hav.
erford. are here for the remainder of this
month, During their stay Mr. Lesley will
endeavor to break golf records at both the
Northfleld Country Club and the Seavlew
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Vodges, of Philadel
phia, are recent arrivals here for an ex
Visitors who will linger here until late In
the fall Include Mr. and Mrs. Ely K Sellg,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Frame, of West Phil
adelphla; Mr. and Mrs. Charles II. Lukens,
of Chestnut Hill, and Mr. and Mrs. Stanton
Wllgus, of Philadelphia.
HEAL ESTATE EOR SALE
fiTOXE HAKBOB. y. J.
Absolute Auction Sale
Daily from Aug. 19 to Sept. 4
'Every lot goes at your own price
and easy terms. Beach-front Iota on
the line of the 0.000 Boardwalk;
fully furnished, electric-lighted bun
galows and 380 villa and business
ft Daily Exeurtiont Both Road
$2000 IN VALUABLE PRES.
EflTS GIVEN TO VISITORS
No Btrlngs to this offer. Every one
at the sale gU the same opportu
nity, buy or not
For maps and full particulars
write, phone or call
SOUTH JfKRBEy BKAIrr CO.
Insurance Exchange Bids'.
STONE HARBOR FISHERMEN GET
BIO CATCHES; ONE TAKES 100
"Croakers" Fill Waters Near Board
walk Building Brisk
STONE HARBOR. N. J., Aug. 13. The
advantages offered by Stono Harbor to
the nmateur f.sherman nre not passing
unnoticed, as is shown by tho dally
throngs who enjoy tho sport In tho seven
yacht basins, In tho channel, from tho
Parkway bridge and the boardwalk. Al
bert Idell, of tho Germantown police, who
with his wife nnd family occupied ono
of the Jnpaneso bungalows, caught more
than 100 croakers from tho boardwalk.
After supplying his own and the neigh
bors' tables, ho "put down" and took home
many pounds of tho fish for winter eat
ing. Stone Harbor's pro rata shnro of the
seashore summer population la consider
ably In excess of Its neighboring resorts.
Nearly every cottage, bungalow and
apartment In tho town la occupied, and
there Is an ever-Increasing demand for
tho Jnpaneso bungalows. It is now gen
erally regretted that tho full 100 of theso
attractive bungalows could not have been
built In time for use UiIh season. How
ever, this will be done In the near fu
ture, nnd It Is also planned to erect a
large nudltorlum and other necessary
buildings with tho view of making tho
colony an important Chautauqua centre.
An indication of tho exceptional pros
perity which Stono Harbor is enjoying
this season Is found In tho Increaso of
both passenger and freight traffic on the
Stone Harbor Terminal Railroad. Reports
from the passenger department show that
the road Is running from 30 to 40 per
cent ahead of last year and considerably
ahead of 101-1.
Trolley Hits Carriage; Two Hurt
William Jordan. 45 years old. and Bessie
Jordan, 23 years old, of Moorestown, N. J.,
were Injured today when the carriage In
which they were riding was struck by a
trolley car at Mapleshade, N. J. They are
In the Cooper Hospital, Camden.
IDEAL FAMILY EXCURSION
Iron Steamer THOMAS CLYDE
To AUGUSTINE BEACH
100-MILE RIDE for 50c
fr.0n1,,.fbO?(.,,. Wr? .' nSar.
DAAtlKU AU, BAY on boat & rronnd, lf.i.
(ablet, bencbea and ihade. AVtin..?' l'.e.n'
Fare W 50c
Children a,a 25e
Leaves Arch St. Wbarf 8:30 A.
Sunday 0:00 A. M.
JAMES E. OTIS. Mrr.. 3 ABCU 8TBEET
Yep, Here It Is!
EAShY eery mrning you skip up to the
Village Pust Uffice and ask for your Public
axr V S'. A-nd nen the Pustmaster says:
ep, here it is," what a thrill is yours! Imme
diately you look for a big shady tree where you
can sit down and read about the happenings back
home. Don't forget to give your newsdealer or
trie meager Circulation Department your vaca
tion address before you go away.
FOR AUGUST; RESORps-
Coast Resort Crowded as
Before Banks' Deposit,1,
Greatest by $500,f)oo.
Freight Increasing '
BABY PARADE CALLED
tVILDWOOD, N. J., lu, :
During tin last fortnight yrmJL
Its sister resort. Wlldwood Crest ,nl
tho busiest time of the nraJli
Every door to tho resort'a pro,,?1 ,
been opon an never bef.ir t T l i
visitors have broken all records. C'r
tide of visitors Is rn.M-j .. .. lw Mtt
"-vu in me rrt -.
that havo bcim coin In n,. ..... V l "'I (
day'a crowd bolns estimated au '
thousand. The beach betn one bl ?
from tho WiUwood Crest pier to & '
wood Ocean Tier. !
Another thin that will gve .. ,.
tho growth and prosperity of tM? -? "
the-sca. Is tho statements of the h4.l11r"
banks, whoso report show that ,
posits so far thla season nri-lr
million dollar more than "hose -7?
There bolns no cases of InLti- '.
sis In this nnd Its alBter wwW.1
to tho city nuthorltlea by Dr nW,l
chief of tho health departmeth &H
been deemed wlso as a precauiu re- '"
urn nnt in kM .1 ,. ?.rrcau0nanr b,...
... .. uul, ,,j, oracrs of the RfoV- i."v
went, but taken as a precamiill9: .
so as to proiect all famill. X. i ""
with children and he th. &? '
thcwork of preventing a SSSg-jJ ,
thof ndsmofD,aniK, t- '
to tho director. Dr. I. WiT, ""''
corps of workers, who hav5iey,.M ll !
the details for th0ronaM? H
cnair parade and tho babv A.i '."""'
those Interested and thoL' T,
would rather sacrlflco all other m"1
han to tako tho slightest chanr! .,nlet
In Infantile paralysis "or TZ Jf 5
perhaps gott,nff n case onTh!
.ovrs3 wTbl ZK? V
ever offered by any resort of i" SXS
no In tho country, stirtini !? M1
nleht with JohannTs SembachR oV
ncrlan tenor, as soloist JtMi
certs at tho Casino Audltorlurn.Tm
for's Orchestra, Sunday, August jb m
garet MaUenauer. the IcSg bK
will appear. On August 27 MelaSffi
Hon. ama S0I,ran0 WlU b"tWu
i .n80"1 lh.e YlllIwoo, Summer Oett,
Is being organized, under the dlri-itT.
Walter Pfelffer. and a chorus conccM
orchestra accompaniment, will b,K
omhrt,itrl,Ufm, " Satury evening" $
tcmber 2. It is expected that nearly tv
hundred persons will take part
Arrangements aro also being mtai b
hold nnnl -American night on AOiiatil
In which nil the secret orddra on'FlvMtt,'
Beach will probably take part Dlrtca
Pfelffer will also arrange an all-Amertw
concert at the Audltorum on thls'occaKen
Move to Foreclose on Fire Corapanj
L.VNCASTE11, Pa Aug. 12. Steps hm
been taken by tho creditors of the Columtlt
Fire Company, ot Columbia, a charttSl'
organization, to foreclose on Its prownj I
...v, u,iUU,ua nut nuving receirea itdr
interest for 1315. The end will corns ifw-
day II satisfactory arrangements aro"n i
made by that day. Several years at? Ui i
company built a hall. In which 'its oti
Is located, nt a cost of $30,000.arii mU '
f23;000 worth on bonds. The corapnr"'Ii
moro than 100 years old. w
ATI-ANTIO CITY. N. J.
Atnrrl r a hM.m
D a whitt. Prmt "
THE LEADING RESORTHOTELOF 7HVraRU
ATLANTIC CITY.N. J,
OSIAH WHITE. cVgQNB COMPANY J
Uaaaachuactta Av. and Baach. V. F. PUJUITt
STONE 1IAKDOK, y. J.
Hoth railroads. Farm product atl "
food freah ana plentiful. City connate
Yacht club, boardwalk.' bathlni. fln tiitol
crabblns and boatlnr. Itaaionablanoa
modtrata hotel ratea. Beautlful'booutt. .
LEO McCRAVEN. Borouj Clwfc
WIXDWOOD. K. J.
EDGETON INN .arct
tra. Excellent 'bDoo.Co.c
I.aka ileronxroatof. Qnlj. il
A lovely laka 80 milea long-. let la tt W 'f
of Varraont and Quebec, between Newport K$
and ilasoa. Canada.
A ... ........ a...! ..nitfBVMJ
talneis openlnr. Attracttvt site for bot
a real opportunity. If you KLS
fai-ftat4 urrtta t V nn 17 P PRN!
TiUt, Qui., Canada, for full vartlcuUr
VitelllM -Tl , M