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Doctor Right in Letting Baby Die, Says Official Report
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BRITISH TAKE TRENCHES ON GALLIPOLI;
BIG SERB ARMY MENACED ON THREE SIDES
VINDICATION FOR HAISELDEN, f j
WHO REFUSED TO SAVE BABY, JJSSt
ni it nnnTnno to ii innr i u
dui uuuiuko lujuubtnim;
Six of Chicago's Leading Physicians
to Sit as Jury at Inquest
"He Did Exactly Right,"
Says Official Report.
CHICAGO, Nov. 18. Following: a report by Coroner's Physician
Dr. H. G. V. Reinhart, completely vindicating Dr. Hurry J. Haiselden for
refusing to save the defective Bollinger baby from death, Coroner Hoff
man to-day announced that six of the leading physicians of Chicago
would sit as a jury at an inquest to be held soon and judge the action
of Dr. HaiseMen.
The findings of Dr. Reinhart, who made an autopsy on the IkkIj of
the infant following its death at the German-American Hospital last night,
will be presented to the six medical men. Keinhari in report declares
Haiselden did exactly right, and he recommends full e.vmer.uion for him.
Coroner Hoffman bad indicated that's
unless tho post mortem proved th
ob II d a mental (Infective, Dr. Hnisel
den might be tried for criminal ncglt
gence. "My examination shows that thu
probabllltlen are strongly that tho
child 'would havo been a mental do
feotlvo," Dr. Ilelnhart said to-day.
"It would have been a paralytio all
Its life. My own opinion is that Dr.
Haiselden did exactly right in not a.
lowing the baby to live."
Tho Coroner's Physician spent I
hours In tho hospital whllo thu linb !
was dying and questioned nil the doe- I
tors on the case.
Tlio doctors chosen to sit as tho
Coronor'H Jury are:
Dr. John B. Murphy, Mercy Hoipi
tal) Dr. Arthur Rankin, profossor of
Anatomy at Loyola University) Dr. i
Howard Chislett, Dean of Hahnemann
Collene; Dr. D. A. K. Steele Dean of
the Physicians and Surneons"Colleue
of the University of Illinois) Dr.
Wenry F. Lewis, professor of obstet
rics, Cook County Hospital; Dr. Lud
win Hektoen, professor of pathology,
Rush Medical Collene of the Univer
sity of Chicago.
Dr. IlalBpldon in all probability will
not be prosecuted. Coroner Hoffman
aid that If Dr. Holnlmrdt, Coroner's
Physician, reported that Dr. Hnisel
dea acted according to the most en
lightened dictates of consclwioe and
science, a burial permit would be Is
ued after tho ImjucHt and tho inci
dent doted. Dr. llelnhardt said he
would so report to the Coroner.
Thero was mueh talk among Pr.
ftalaolden's opponents regarding pin
tins the mnttor befom ,t Grand Jury.
Coroner Hoffman's decision to bold
an Inquest was made after consultn
tlon -iv 1 1 h nr. llelnhardt and the
"I have decided to hold an Inquest,
because, for all wo know, a similar i
case may bo brought to our attention
to-morrow. Wo should do something
to prevent a similar death," ho said.
"I am making no criticism uf tho
physlclnn In this caso. Our only ob
ject In to do something In tho Inter
ests of humanity, I choso a jury of
physicians in tho hopo that they will
make so mo scientific recommendation
to .prevent similar occurrences."
Dr. Haiselden expressed satisfaction
when told tho Inquest had been or
dered, though lie said tho baby'a
death from natural causes rendered
It hardly necessary.
"Any true Investigation will maUo
It moro clear to the public that ( am
right," liu said.
The mother was told of her baby's
death by her liusbund Just lieforo
noon. She had nover feen the child
and the body will nut bo shown her.
(Continued on Third Page.)
OF CHICAGO BABY
ALLOWED TO DIE.
Closure of the Olfrxflnnl tract.
Pamlush of the ucrvr on the right
side of the furr.
Ahfiiee of the rl'jht tar.
j;ii:nn of one rye,
Malformation of the thouVlrra.
A fcn'nco of a nrcl:.
I.M.V ONLY HUClllll.Y SVIl
.NOMM.. Cranial werm ulienl or untie
TRIED BY BRITISH
lit furl to Capture German Positions
South of Ypres Failed, Says
IJUItl. IN. Nov. Is (tly Wiieless to
sSuyUUei. Hntlih fours attempted a
surprl.se attack esterday on Herman
positions ulong thu r ad between Mes
slnes, In llelglum. U miles south of
J'pres, and Arm micros, to tho south
of Mcssimw. This attack fulled, the
War Oltlco announces.
In thu Argonnn thu French mado
proparationa to explode ft mine. This
action was anticipated by tho Qer
mans, who cvacuuted tho trench
menaced by tho mines
ITALY MAY GUT 0FF
SHIP SERVICE TO U.S.
Report From Zurich ;ib It Will
He Suspended on Account
m U-Hiui Peril.
IAIN DON, Nov. IS.- The cm respond
ent at Zurich of tho Central News fur
winds h report that It lias been de-
I fldi d to suspend steamship service
between Italy nml America until ar
rangements are made to ilnal ade
quately with the rronneo of sub
marines to shipping In the Me.liler
ranean. RESULTS AT DOW IE.
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1 Hi'l, .N'mUi ! .h'iI. I'f 11. NT ll4UTi.4 k, nil
lllil.. Uur Ju'jo, Tod'illas in flu.
Declares She Will Not Be Rec
onciled to Daughter's Mar
riage to "Al" Davis.
FIGHT OVER MONEY DUE
Mormon Clergyman Who
Wed Them Is Now Very
Sorry Me Did It.
The marrln?o of Kugcnla Kelly,
srnnddniiKhter of th. lato 13ii(renrt
Kelly, the banker, to Al Davis, t'oe
dnr.cer, after months of turmoil in tho
courts has causod the nervoui pros
trnlloit of ber mother, Mrs. Helen 51.
Kelly. Sho learned of her dauuhter's
marriage nt Elktojj. Md from the
newspapers rsrly last night. -To-day
hi received this telegram from Wil
mington, Del, whero "tho Davlses
spent last night:
Al and I were married last night.
We aro both extremely happy.
Will you forgive us?
"t am broken hearted," said Sirs.
Kelly, her volcn shaken with sohs.
"It scums almoit too much after tho
months of humiliation and notoriety
that I have faced In my fight to have
my daughter. Rho must work out her
own salvation. Sho haa mado her bed
and sho must llo In it. can scarcely
speak of the future. 1 am a very bit.
ter woman tn-ilny nnd I nm in n i
mooil to consider a reconciliation.
"Really, I thought I had won. When
Hugenliv went out yesterday morning
she saldi 'Mother, I shall bo back nt
llvo o'cloel-.' 1 really thought slut had
abandoned all thou ;ht of nmrryiiu
"As to any legal action against him.
I have left all that In tho hnnds of my
lawyer. Mr. Mclntyre. You may rest
assured that every resource and every
power of tho law will bo Invoked tu
keep Davis from getting any Kelly
money Into his hands.
"I shall not answer lCugeiila's tele-
Davis and Miss Kelly woro married
at 7.30 last night In Klkton, Md., by
tho Hev. Henry Carr, a Mormon
preacher, after three other clergymen
hod derllned to perform tho eorcmony
on learning thut Davis had been in
voiced. Davis's lawyer obtalnd a certlllnj
copy of tho dlvorco decree yesterday.
Mlas Kelly loft her homo, No. 110 Kast
Sixty-third St rent, about noon, nnd
vrent to the KlU-O.'irlton to wait for
word from Davis. Thru they went to
I"iter Miss Kelly went to the I'enn
sjlvanla Station In n taxlcib and
was JolneiJ by Davis. Tlmy changed
tratns at West I'hlladelphla for Wll
mlngtoii, Del., and from thoro went
In n limousine to Klkton, twenty miles
away, n sort of Gretna (Jrcon for that
I lrru mini Who Weil Uell
mill llml. Ilenreli II,
l. ! l-i 1 hi. I,iinii Ui"M
I'llll.AUlU.VMIA. Nov IS The 1C
Henry i'air of tin' itniigu.iUetl clmreli of
Latter Day Km intx, 1 .Mormon rongrenii.
t ion. who 1'i't nltilit In I'lkion. Mil.
miuiled Kuiiini.i .i h and "Al "
until to-day lm leallzeil In had inaiiu 11
"I am ?i 1 sony I mm tied them that I
ecnirrly Know what to nuy tn minimii
tlon," -a lil .Mr. (Jim. "VS'lien I per
formed the (eiimori-. I Ii IliM-d Mi'
lmvl:' win, tin' llili.urill 11:1114 to lini
dlvoue, I am J m, 1 11,; much oiio.inl to
Mini u miiriiiiei i otnei eiiTg r.iun nre.
"The rmipli. cuiim to my Imiin.
nlillit with .Mr. I'niutalilr. who Is 11
friend of mine. 1 k.i 1 iiIim-i I some papers
mv. iiivm iiiiu, nun g.n me iinpi im..iun
that .Mr. Iavi:i IihiI set ur"il tin illvnree.
1 1 then niiirilHii ihMn. Mid Urn i Hiiiiniii.
I :h.i piopi iv ultiu-H.eil MU K'mI anil
'Mr l'tisi. m rlneil Use niee .i upli- I
: I il 1 1 them In klm nil iilln-i. and tlie
'ltd my liuue tiy happy."
Doctor Who Refused to Save Baby
With Mother of the Child
I, Vi-i'.-ViiV ,: - wv.
Asks Stvretarv of State to Ke
His Nanii? OH' Presidential
WASIHNfTON, Nov. 18. Assoel
ale .lustlce Hughes of tho Supreme
ourt to-day notified the .Secretary
of State of Ni hrask.i he would not
lie ,1 cundld.ite at the coming Iresl
di ntlal pi lumry election and re
quested that his nnnio be not plnrcd
1111111 the li.tllqt.
Tlin fiirnrillleellnatlon of .lustlce
lliinhci 10 which hn took oath bofoie
.1 notary anil which was tolngraphed
to tho .Secretary of Kioto at Lincoln,
was as follows:
"A petition having linen tiled with
you on Nov. HI, 1I3, reiiuestlng tbat
my naino bo placed upon tho olllclul
primary ballot nf the r.epliblleuu
Tarty of the primary election to bo
held In Nebraska on April IK, 1910, as
a candidate fur the ofltee of I'resldmi'
of tlm I'nlted States, I hcrebv notify
mi that I decline, the nomination
imido by this petltiuu, or similar
petitions, and tequeht that my name
.-hull not bo placed upon tho ballot
for such primary nlec Hon "
Them a i o illtfeienees of opinion m
politii'lll elrehs here n.s to tile teeh
nli'.il effeut of the leeiinatlnti. The
Attorney. (ienenil of Nebraska has
beep quoted ps saying JiiMho llunhes
eiiitld not viiilidiaw 1 1 i . iiiinin trom the
nrlmnry ti-k-i . On Mho other hand.
N'libiaskans in Washington contend
thorn In no question as to Ids right to
withdraw. The dltfernnce ari.ns over
the point of whether tlm derllnntlm
in'lvil"e Iihoi purat.-d in the prlniac.
ili'Ctlon lau of Nebnisku apiilles to
the Presidential inefeietin- prlmniy.
It Is bidi-ved Hint the Heeretui v of
Stale of Nebraska, upon the receipt of
the dtvllnatlon. will lav the matter be.
foro the Attoitli'j .(leneuil for opinion,
and thi' Ms uiiiiik.il u,'l in. ip i isive nt
Hie i ,ise. It in not liien(J t 'in t Hie
tuuit: would be asked to rtvlcw tbf
a - -v- - 7 mr, a. .Tfsfsfsfsfrsw . rrH
'Si3SkfJ4Sr'. ASr - iH
NOT A CANDIDATE
- r i H lit
inteipretatlou of local law Klvru by
The nomlnntlug petition stated that
Justli'o HukIii'h's najno was tiled ab
solutely without his knoulcdKC. and
that wlillo the iielltlnners were a warn
he wua opposed to nnv consideration
of his name ns a candidate, they were
convinced "that the welfare of the na
tion. In its broadest fiense, domanits
the dinftuiK of lis highest and most
available talent to lead In tho up
proiu hlng contest for thn triumph of
Itepiililleaii pilnelplen, and that the
i nit ilteiK ileiiiuniis 11 resort In rou
LINCOLN. Neb.. Nov. IS.- T'.o
placing uf thu name of Assoclato -lus-lloe
Hughes on the ballot nt the com
ing Piesldentlal prlmarlos us a candi
date for tho nomination for President
will rest with the decision of Sccie
tiuy of State I'iioI. Secietury l'ool In
a message to .lit.iticn Hughes's secro.
lory to-day staled that "this depart
ment reserves tho right to make such
ruling, in tho Judgment of tho Hccre
tarj of State, as appears to bo within
'lis province, but tho personal wishes
of Justice Hughes wtll rceeive most
'fjliu Nebraska law provides that the
i .inie of a candidate shall appear on
the ballots upon tho filing of liln name
In a petition Blgnud by twenty-five
supporters. The ucceptanco of the
candidate. In not necessary. A petition
fur .lustlce Ilughc.-i k;in be-jn tiled.
Secretary 1'ool'n decision will bo
made in few days.
I WIFE MUST GO TO, HOME
HUSBAND PICKS OUT
Ii She Tries in Dictate KeMdeiwe
he Is (iuilty ot Desertion,
Jersey Court Holds.
Ai Loidlng to a decision of the Couit
uf Krrors and Appeals of .New Jersey,
entered at Trenton to-day, a woman
who umlet takes to dlututo tho place
of reiidonco of hersolf and her hus
band and who tofuues to live In thi
iioine seleetud by bun is guilty of
d'-'eritoit. It Is not Inrumbeiit on the
hiiso.'iul to i'' to persuade her to
return to hlm In thn home of his
The vordht uf an Advisory .Mastei
In Chancery, infusing u dlvorco to
Amos 0. I'Isher of Ouiudon was ro
ersed. Mrs. Khmer lft tho apart
ipnnt In whlcn she had lived with
I'isher and his mothiii' alid refused to
iiiaintain m.irital relations unless h'
il l t. jKm
in Hospital Ward
Miss Comiell Charges Whitney
Lyons Broke Promise to Wed
Her in Westminster bhey.
A romanco which was tn have rut
mluntcd at tho altar of Westmlster
Abbey In I-ondi.n In June ot last year
and which pietiy M.irg.itet Connell.
a i'ltth Avenue modiste, hod would
give her recognition In society, to
day ended In the Supreme Court
where Miss Connell brought suit for
(100,000 damages for breach of pinin
Isn to many agains1 Whitney Lyonr,
millionaire niemb'T of I. W. Lyons A:
Son, manufacture! s of dent.il nitidi s.
Lyons and Ills family live at No.
375 Park Avenue and have a summer
bruiie nt New Caiman, Conn. The pa
pers were served upon hint at No.
32 Llbcity Street, where tho firm has
Until she met thu wealthy manu
fnc.tuier in April last year, Mis Con
null alleges, oho had n modlstu estab
lishment In Klfth, Avenuo whoru sho
catered to boclety folk. A week nfter
the meeting Lvuris, she says. Implored
her to m irry linn. Son asked for
linn In whiili to i losn up lur bum -ni
n atfalrs ninl bo offered her an
otllce in a building owned by bur In
West Forty-fourth Street.
When sho had closed her business,
sho alb ges, Lyons told her llm wed
ding would L it" place In Juno In
I Westminster Abbey nu lm gavo her
, u diamond engagi 'iieul ring and she
, selected hor tiousse.iu.
"1 wuntod mom timn to think the
matter over," Miss Connell asserts m
her complaint, "but lm simply begged
ma till I accepted hint. Then, In July,
I I was taken ,11 and postponed our
wedding. Whllo 1 wan III his lovo
, cooled, or as foou as I li ft my bed, I
. i-ked hlm aboil' our wedding and tin
was mum. lie has never smm asked
about llm wedding In fact, hn posl
lively refused to m.iriy und Mould not
givo mn his reasons"
Miss Connell s.is she is now prac
i rally penniless.
$12 Men7sb,coats& Suits, $5.95
THU "HUD" ClolliiiiK Oormr. Urnud- I
V.HV, tor. Iluiclny Kt , opp. Woolworthl
DullctlnOi vlll xtll to-day and Frldiiy,
1C00 Men's bints nnd OvitloiiIh, linn1
llnek llnbei, gi'iv". oriietl strlpas & dark
n.lxed wr.rnU'd. .ill l.;i . 3t to II Worth
J'l' In inv otl.' Hum Our special
. tn-div ini'l Kilib'V S,95. Hub
nh!eri, nrodws. cor UDrelnv it
Art . 12
ALLIED ARMY WIN BATTLE
WITH BULGARIAN TROOPS
ON THE SOUTH SERBIAN LIN
Announcement by Marquis of Lan
downe Indicates That Earl Kitch
ener's Mission Is to Report on
Question of Quitting the GallipolL
19 GERMAN WARSHIPS
REPORTED IN BALTIC SEA
I ONDON, Nov. 18. The British army at the Dardanelles has re-,
sumeil the offensive" and captured 280 yards of Turkish trenches.
The Fifty-second Division attacked the Turks In the Krithia Nullah',
near the tip of the Peninsula. It captured 160 yards of trenches to the
cast of the defile and 120 yards to the west.
Baron Ribblesdale ald in the House of 'Lords to-day, in addressing.a
question to the Marquis of Lansdowne, that he understood Lfeut.-Gen.
Sir Charles C. iWonro, Commander of the British expedition at the Da
dandles, had reported in favor of Hie withdrawal of the British army at
The Marquis of Lansdownc replied that the Government asked Karl
Kitchener to visit the Oastcrn Mediterranean because, in his opinion, the
report of Sir Charles Monro and the evidence accompanying it did not
-eeni sufficient tu enable the Government to come to a conclusion upoO
ihe reat questions of policy involved.
A drspatch trom Athens yesterday inld that Karl Kitchener,
llrltlsli Hecrotnry'of War, had left Mudron, In tho Aegean Sea, for j
the Oulllpoil l'onlimula.l
COI'LNHAOK.V, Nov. IS. Nineteen German warships passed Into tfcQ
ll.iltlc ami tliPitco Into thn Cnttegat. yesterday.
Tim Cattegat Is a strip of water separating Denmark from
tt.t'nli.M Willi Iho Qlrnfprrnr.il upulu'riril It forma Mm mntn
...... ...... ... v .....,.' w.., .'-..., .u. j . u v nmci- i
way from thn IJaUlc Into tho North Hea l m
PAH If. Nov. IS. -Important succeasns for both the Fronch and Ilrl
Ista forcos In Herbla arc reportod liy Hip Athens correspondent of the IlavM
According to thin information the''
liulgarlann have, lost tho town of
ICnsturlnn to thn French and have
been defeated by tho llrltlsli on the
Tho correspondent, whoso despatch
was filed yesterday, adds that oc
eordlnn to the litest news received by
Athons newspapers the French won a
DOCTORS BAR VISITORS
FROM MAYOR MITCHEL
He Is Steadilj Improving, but Only
Family Will Be Allowed
to See Him.
Mayor Mitchel's rapid recovery from
an operation for appendicitis contin
ued to-day In Hoosovelt Hospital. Ho
had u good night sloop. All yester
duy and last night his temporature,
pulio and respiration wero reported
nulto normal, and if tho Improvement
continues no moro V dlntlns may be
In order that nothing may Interfere
with his recovery tho doctora will not
ollow any except mombers of his
family to sen hlm for four or live
iln, and ho will not bo allowed to
discuss city affairs this weok.
Tho following bullotlti was Issued at
5 o'clock this morning:
"Muor Mltchel continues to Im
prove steadily. Ho had an excollont
nlglit, is entirely freo from pain and
U undo client tut. His tomperaturo
and pulso are normal.
Dr. CHAHLKS II PKCK.
"Dr. WOODItl'FF LAW POST."
No mom bulletins will bo Issued,
Ilrttli.li War llonrrt (iora Home,
PAHIS. Nov 1? I'rcniler Asqulth
mil his asfoulates In the HrltUh War
iVniti.Ml who have bern In conference
lieie with tlitlr French official col
lcsguc left today on their return
trip to jjonaoa,
trlklnx victory over the nulgarl&n
on tho Tithlrkowo.Schevo-KruaxM
Tho battle was waged for two rtAy,
Tho French were greatly outnonv-i
bcred, but used their 3-Inch guns with
groat effect. Tho Ilulgarlana are said
to liavo suiitalnod auch heavy Ioswm
that they gavo up tho fight nnd rew
tired northward to tho right bank
of tho Vardar KUor.
Telegruphlng from Atliena under
date of Nov. 17, tho correspondent of
tho II.iv.-is; News Agency sayi:
"Tho situation for the Serbian to
becoming worse. The fall of PrHep
Is Imminent Tho Serbs hare betrun
tn retreat towards Ochrlda. The dan
ger of the .Serbians defending Da bun a
Pass being enveloped by tho nuL
gnrlans from tho west caused the
abandonment of tho pass.
"Desporato Hghting Is nxpected
round Prllep nnd south of that city.
The Ilulgarlans nre advancing- in
wards Krushevo with the object ot
cutting off tho (Serbian retreat to- -words
Tho main Serbian army, under Field
Marshal den. Putnlk, operating tn tho
north, la now surroundod on erery
side but one, and. being cut off from
tho south by the Bulgarian advance
on Tetovo, must depend upon the al
most Impassable roads through Mon-
tenegro and Albunla tor supplies from
HHIILIN, Nov. IS (by wlreleas to
Say villa). Tho Austro-OJerman foruis
In Hnrtila continue to press back their
opponents. The War Office announced
to-day that tho town of Kursumlya,
had been occupied by Gorman troop.
Several hundred Serbians and a
numbor of cannon were captured by
tho Hermann. The Teutonio force
havo now reached a line runnlnr
irom jnvor, near me .Montenegrin
border.to tho north of Raaka and la
Kuraumiya, atadan and Orullc.