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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY. NOVIMBIE 20. 1917.
U. 5. INWARCOUNCIL DEMANDS FULL UNITY OF ACTION BY ALLIES
HOUSE IS 10 BE
W COUNCIL OF WAR
Bonn I .iw Irlli ( JoilMIOM
( cn Hli N is Yimc.l
(r immi 111 k im t'akavi r,e
Wlhaon due. I- I i nl lima In pr" I
pa In Nn Hui-rem" Wtf CtlMl MM
taaftae.l n.., II,.. ... ..nil.,. rl.
hatr," CbMMIInf if 'he I leoier
Bonar lava nnmiii'd M IM Hoot fWinan republicanism on Teutonic OMI .talrtlMt OHMMl mi
of Cnmraon lo-dat Ilia etstement MM manner who hold lb country' coal
WH In mpetm M mien i Tn -n,t-d Vn ilrlBwM irl Maja)f th Don Coaaark
A ill re, MM ,11.0,0,1 a.itl.men,
lo th- Mtln wrld of the Allies' wir
ima la tin' In objective bel, n,d l'rl
dnt Wilaon'a ailvora'-y of tha pru
piad lntr-alllrd war rounrii
Th l nlld Traa la al.l la inaka
Ihla matuni nt ..n lha I, aula of In.
formation of uiiquilonal authority
to-day. U UM Am. r.r.n , nminla- !
with the Hi n nh war leadtra la
1, .0 .naU? ,h. ora.nlaallon of
in. n I iniin u IIIH, io rtiiirui .11
t'ummlaaliui 1,,-adrd by t.'ol. lluuaa la
In Europ. It la to Inaura auch a
declaration made binding upon all tha
Allien aa well aa to etlffen tha of
feaalvr. that the council la dcalrad by
tba Datl tad Ktiitet.
Amerioa'a immediate aim and
the bio talk aaaigned to Col.
Home will be to induoe every one
of the Allied nationa to throw
every card on the table, te atata
every demand and preeent every
elaim of the war. From the en
tire lot will then be eeleeted
those whieh are bum, which are
prediceted upon broad human,
tarianiam, which juitify the Al
liei' claim to champ, ona of the
righta of small nations, whioh are
aimed at freeing civilitation from
th menace of militarism, and
which are in truth calculated to
"make the world safe for demeo-racy.-
NOT A MOVE FOR PEACE, BUT
TO WIN WAR.
Then If the plana and Urns of 'ho
American diinmtaslon carry, tbeae
objective, hacked liy and endorsed
by the entire Allied council, will be
proclaimed to the entire world, Allied
uuutraj and enemy- not as a peace
iiiove inii aa a war move, a move
calculated to democratlie the entire
Allied war inaklna machine It would
lie a move to purge the entire Allloo
coalition of the laat tinge of suspic
ion of eelftsh Interest or hope of In
dividual gain lor any nation.
Hi"?a a move, disarming the Kaiser
of his argument that the Herman sol
dier la fighting a defensive war. is
counted on to deal a telling hluw to
German morale, to give reassurance
to neutrals, and to remove from the
tnlod of any Allied soldier any Idon
that he Is risking his life In further
ance of the commercial or political
lnterrets of any Allied nation.
That President Wilson pa, son
ally desires such a declaration by
such a oouncl ia admittedly the
best guarantee that bath will be
forthcoming. The American Ex
ecutive ia at the moment in a
position to sacure the most
friendly consideration of his
ideas. Allied diplomats state
frankly that President Wileon,
by reason of America's peculiar
position and vitally valuable re
sources, now holds the balanoe of
power among the Allied leaders.
Washington has elated repeatedly
that American participation In the
tnter-Allled Council will h, confined
entirely to "military ineaauroa
No deviation from thla Idea 1 cod-
lemruUed. but the United I'reaa la
In a position to state that the Presl
6nt will reaerve the right to dolor,
tnloe what constitutes "military
The annouueed military objective or
all the AIM, la the defeat of Uciman
mltHarism and the shattering of the
Ilohentollrrn menace to the peace of
tba world. Anything calculated to
further that objective wll. It ia
pointed out, he rlasee,! hy America
aa "a mllltar measure "
Evidence Is already furthcoming
that mor, Ularonif irt hue been cau idj
the ruling ciuai within Qertnan) by 1
If WARM. THEY
(L ARE THE BEST
Ptff CrtK fnrwhr
TkH Tratom Will
tof Dntmy Vrtfec
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4 i'rn I tea promise n"t '" i ', e'
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MM rasfoea an idftn ing T',nse
army, '-.,rng a we i a I'h'ii
'ii sled report In day
'..,.,,. appeal at June K In lha
n people ..r Mi '" I "f MM
kaisar and hi iiend-pi'hai govern
mi nl than liV ac. India mLliaf i hlnw
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v hil nn Mr ruagll hta ' been
rewwfweei from I hi. poH'lr! r.ffenslr.
'i'i"n" "wii ne ie,,, ia
I a I liar Tli. t-'rrm li awt.i.r ,llv h.vn
lHn active in ...win. th. Maria of
,h"' "" helleve th
""1"""" "" ""'' Wra
mi. ... ' , . . , ' ,'. i , n. . in, i, Willi
l'rlilrnt Wllann'a aua-Raatlon up
poalton ma, dvlop tmuni rrrlaln ,
of uncimrt, haraua M al-
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PrlnrlpU. a, Pra.ldant Wll.on A dpatoli from Torn, dated yoa-
5ftl "hlllllngltarday. report, lha arrly.l than, of
uuwn 01 oiks 11,111,1, aimunni oy van -
It ll adinltlad fiara that Amaticu
l'nrl;h ;Vmm,,lw;rh.u" R.
t'l 1 n N I M t nOy .
With lluaala iWDnltrly out of uc-
tlv nthtliv, tha Hnltad Mtataa alonv
01 an in aiiioi 1a in n poaition to
fumlah tho man powar rKulalta to
oontlnua tha war to a aucceaaful cul
mination. On (vary hand Col. Ilouaa and tha
American Mlaalon hav, alven
tha moat cordial rccptlon. There
can be little doubt but that among
the foremoat British and French
Iradera the proposal of the Americana
will receive Indorsement. Lloyd
Oeorge In particular has alnce their
flrat meeting ahar,d the complete con
fidence of Col. House, and while the
Imperialistic vlewa of Ixird Northellffo
are generally well understood, the
onergetlc manner In which he la
fighting for the Intcr-nllled council,
with all that ho must know It will
entail, suggests that the publlshnr
peer regards the proposal aa a moat
necessary wln-the-war measure.
AUSTRIANS DRIVEN BACK
IN ALBANIAN ATTACK
Lxmdon Sees Initial Step In OtTen-
s!ve Against AllieJ Armies
on Salonika Front
ItOLWK, Nov. 20. Th repulse of
an Austrian attack In force in Al
bania la announced by the War Of
fice. The statement follows:
"On the Uwir Voyusa River at
down Hunday the enemy attacked In
farce tha OtfUk-adnls brldgohnad.
After tirlsk lighting he waa forced to
retire, leaving In our bends an officer
and some men."
An oftlclsl Herman alalement yes
terday aald a twcoeasful operation
had been ranted out againat the Ital
ians on the Irfiwer voyusa. It was
BUfaToeted in Loodon that this might
ba the initial atop In an onenaive
ngalnut the allied armies on the rla-
FRENCH GENERAL GOES
TO THE ITALIAN FRONT
Payolle, who Has Won Honors in
War, to CoinmanJ Soldiers
PARIS Nov - Urn. Merle Payolle.
i"on,mandei of the French foreee In
Italy, left last night to tske up his
Gen Fayolla Is tit aiiillervman He
was retired sis e, ks hrfnre lha war
bagaa, but off'ieil hi tsrvloai and re
,.ivo 1 command Me .erved under
(len. Petal at C'srenct In ItlS. and af
ter sr, I aa pronmted and placed In
command of the Blsth Army.
Ho conducted the operations on lbs
rVnmn,' which resulted tn the retreat of
the tteniianj to the linulenburg line.
Ha then took onmmand of the central
group of armies. It was under him that
(en. (liitllaumat Mulshed cluaiiiig the
appro, h tn Vsrdun
Oen Haynlle has a reputatlnn ss a
rlentlflc soldier, earned lsrgely while
he Was S professor at the war school
WILSON PASSES THE HAT.
1 1 Helps to I'nt Y. M. C. t.
1 .....1 "Over 1I1. le.-
WASH! NfJ TOM, Nov. :o. -Partly ue-
suae of Pfeaiaeal Wilaan'i p. - ef
lorti. WaaJalagtOM't uuota the V. M
C A ear fun, I Is VWMlMflMa1 to-da
vVhatl lUbl liptlolll wile soil, -lied at
1 hull iiietrt ia.t login the I1 real deal
"pasaad the nt" amonl aerajna neai
ma box lull, anil eolpl nllel ll In Ilia
I PIRaT RACE Pur oo: wo-yeai
I oiiu maktan; ai furioi,g Cal 'iufi
,114 iHuxtuui straight It.Mi place li.lt
show fi 40. f 1 rat . i.iayaon. lit (A, I'ol
I Una), place Vi H'l, tliun 12 'ill, second,
rhal'Tian 114 IM, lec). ,li,, J; tit
third Time 1 14 I -u SouniaoKlo,
Ktarrv Hani,,,. Muhui, Jack of hpadeo
win Hoioii Hod Oalden iaJdlir also ran
BCONU HACK Mallms. iwo-voar-
olds: sis furlonii. --ilreen ilraas. 114
iMriiing) oiiaiKhi IT ,iaci I ' 11,
deal ill Uomlnlok) ahow. lt.au third!
pm, ii Nannie Cause Heart 1 Mist
faTPs!,u''ii:'.', 'rST1 '""'''. Choco.
TH1E0 RACE BelUhg; Ihrae-yesr-
oldo an. 1 upward: .li furlonas Jock
1 .... fMerjrlerl, uteUgm 111.
V': "J"':. 'I'eier
Hi i..io,,i,ia ,. in..,' iiu ijH. nhow
IJ.f'0. ei.ond. J, ..tlhn ..,j'l i,
1 r., 1, ,1111. 1 .now 1. 111, tliirj Time
1 13. Top ' th. Morning, s.-a It. . h
I'. ..! Wliilit 11. ....I t I a ., .
lihn Oraei Bell ii.iw.,,i U. .V.".:.,:
aiy and I, nog a so ran.
NOW AI MERCY Of
Unci i nntrd BUmUoii
by ( rip 091 Supplier
A ANHIN'iTfIN Vw. M - rooffl
rlai lpai no rMMM Ml M'at
Ifrnrtni-ni ' m Tornea mi
N'lleti fWltWi nay puangr
I.,., it..... r,,.m llnaal.. ,l .ri,
I I, rontroIlM hy
holm. A iiicaaaff from lhara. dulail
5 ' i'rdy. Irlla of tha hallaf that
Kalarlmaa la lha man o tho hour)
. ,,.,, ,. y,lm
aevaral American fr,m i'etrograd In
ndvance of tha large party lielng rent
b Am"-alor rr.Bo... f.tro
1 rr.il wua aalil tn he uulet. With Ihen-
lrs open and tralna running. H .1
illera were parading th atreeta of the
city bearing banners atatlng that
"It ileal doea not want a aepavrata
peace." demanding conatlt utlona I aa
anmhly for all lluaala and declaring
that the Nicholas regime was never
1,0 tyrannical a that of tha Holhe-
The passengers were of the opinion
that the present revolutionary Gov
ernment cannot last.
Kerenaky is again reported to have
esoapad capture and to have gone to
the front In an effort to get support.
According to Hwedlah newspaper
an army corps is marching on Het
rogriid under command of an army
committee, determined to end the
PETItOOHAH. Nor. 20 Several
members of the American Rnd Cross
Commission to Russia, who were
under fire In the National Hotel at
Moscow at Intervals during the week
of street fighting there, returned to
I'etrograd laat night. Many .of the
window of the hotel were riddled by
rifle hullela and many person.
wounded In the atreeta were brought
Into the building where they were aa
slsted hy ihn members of the mis
sion. None of the party waa Injured
and all are In the best of health.
They report that the end of the
conflict In Moscow waa reached Fri
day night when by agreement the
military cadets were permitted to re
tire with their arms from the Krem
lin. Several fires occurred and there
waa much property damage during
the fighting. The Metmpole ilutel
was bombarded with ahrapiiel.
(l n. Alexis llrueslluff, former Com
mander In Chief of the Russian
Annies, was wounded In the leg by a
Mall which hi i ll, k bis houae In the
lighting In Moscow.
U.S. AND A LlFeD AGENTS
STRIPPED OF POWER BY
atTOCKHOliMi Nv. 20 (by the A,
nclated Pres'). The American.
French and Brltlah representatives
.it the border itatlon of Tornea. op.
poslte Hapatanda. have been stripped
of all actual power by Ir lnnlsh revo
lutionists, aialitad by Kusnlan sol
diers. At the outset the 1 evolutionist
refused to recognise any diplomat!..
pilvlleges ana uoiamu ,,uprny ac
credited cdurrari. They were Induced
llnally to deslat from this altitude.
The revoluttonlata Halted the
Hwedlah t'oneulala at Tornea and de
nvjtndad that the Consul place his au
tomobile at theTr dlap"sal and he him
self set as their chauffeur. This he
refuted to do. The revolutionists
1 hen tore the Hwedlah flag from the
consulate and departed, dr.'Urlii tha'
they needed no loieian oiiaiu in
Ira Naihon Morrl. the American
Minister, learna from a 0mpetnt
anurre that I'etrograd was quiet up
10 Friday night and that the police
wem guarding tho various laggtlVM
MEANS COUNSEL TO COPY
Court dives Pirmllslon, hut Re
tuses to Disturb 5olitor'l
Posf5sion of Papers.
AUVBUnTi N. Cj Nov. ;n ijaston
Meana'a aitorneya havo .1,1,,,)
1 rum Judge I'lla here n order nn
n..liclir Clamant to allow
niake copies of certain rtpta
I vouoheri and cancelled che, u. ahich
L,r ,a , ,h Mean, apartment
10 N,w T"rk CUy'
Th Judge, however, refu.nl tn dls
SO. In, ,b Hie Solicitor's continued
....,., ,,f these papers or t
order affecting any oth, of the
ptpen that may come into ,o sour.
I(i ,'s hands between nn snd lh
trial of Mean.' far muid. . al Concord
WISH MAI.COM Will
hi i o Mf, TllK if Him; in
lit! T. I HAH. Till HIOW
I r -Mi I
a TP '
IA X .aa
Mrs. Oeorge Ida Malmm of N.
lis Kaat sld Htreet, thla city, haa
announced the engagement of her
daughter. Muin Hope Maloom, to
I.leut. Charlaa Thurlow Jr., on of
Mr. and Mrs. I'harlea Thurlow of
Newburyport, Maaa. Miaa Maloom
Is a member of the Junior league
and Is very popular In the younger
aoclety aet. Lieut. Thurlow waa
graduated from Harvard In 1912,
and la In the aviation no tion of
the I'nlted Htates Hlgnal Corpe.
No date has been act for t..o
AUSTRIANS KEEP UP
(Continued from Flrat Page)
whose men hurled tho Austrian- Into
the river. At the moment tha Duke
waa lasulng an address lo his army,
congratulating them on their glorious
On the cemetery road, where th
Auatrlans advanced and set up their
line of o.u!ck-flrera, a fearful scene
was spi kf, The road w.ta littered
as though a tornado had iamed
by. Dear horses lay all about In con
torted shapes. Tba highway waa
strewn with enemy helmets, blood
stained clothing, cartridge belts and
all kinds of accoutrements. The
trees nn either aide, were cut In two
und the line of bushes were levelled
like grain before a storm.
Just ahead on the road was Rcga
Mill, where the bloodiest fighting was
centred. The mill wheel waa atlll run
ning and tha -water was flowing
peacefully, but all about were evi
dence of fearful carnage The 110I
dlera who held the mill stood uncon
cernedly nt the door, while all over
tho ground were tatters left hy th
Austrian as they were driven on the
mill and thrown into the river.
Paatlng on to th bank of the nver,
lust back nf the mill, a horrible Mgbt
ipened under the tytl of the visitors.
Mver there on tho sand bur In mld-
itream lay corpses In heaps as for ns
lha eye oould aro, the uniforms show
Ine plainly that they were Austnuia
Home lay on the bank and some riot
ed In th water. Tho Italians bad Just
burled the bodies of 300 Austrian,
but those other hundred could not
be brought back for decent burial, as
be Austrian guns cut down stretcher
tearers every lime Hiey went uff to
ward the aandbar. An officer's dead
horse, with eaddl and rich saddle
cloth, lay among the budlea.
The gruesome line of bodies ex
tended far down the river. The Aua
trlans had been cut down hy machine
gun tire aa though by a scythe. All
the men in the line pitched fjrward on
their faeee and lay there, as though 00
dress parade, but prostiate.
Holng on to Zrnsnn, tilt little town
could M seen to have heni retaken by
I lie Italians after '.he enemy ohtulned
,1 brief lodgement lleiiind Die loan oil
the river edge nro bUthet, Hero wrert
huddled what remained of Cm first
enemy MonYtlng pailv which crossed
the rlier. The whol. pjc was swept
by lire, and one reallti d the fearful
funnier these nun were in
A lb'' i-ai'iy passed ih, inumialcd
legion the lops of cornstalks could be
Hern u'bove the long etretches of
water, indicating thai II a. 1.1 about
i f,M deep. Mtinildr traces of lue-
ysrds could M seen above the waste
,.f water. Votdlert o( the Engineer
I'orpa ware along Ho banal of the
canal. They had opened the sluics
wide ujid the water was up lo the
sills. The hareei hd, been gathered,
but there can ba no planting or sua -nig
there next spring.
NEW YORK COTTON EXCHANGE.
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March M.M I7.TUT. 45
May UM II.M
Jult If.JI 27 711
August 27 00 IT.M J7 no
Market close 1 stead points up to
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BERLIN TO ACCEPT
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I'OrKNH AMKN, Nov. tl I'.illlp
MMMaMMM M IMMMM BMH
frn, II ' Hat ln.r. l-fof
lair MtatlflM 1" I'raadco m l tU-
barfi li ,','rdnv MWMtlfd a rm-
na 1 a ,, rtr.laio',1 to forra Iho flcrmao
.ml Aii.tri,,, -lovrrnm.nta to aban i
do,, their praaaal plana for anneia
UOMWMtl r,ila of protrctoralaa
or foiano. 1.1 iiinia n,ui , ,m 0.1111
I'roTinroa an 1 i rcpt th praca offer '
of the RMMM Hnlahevlkl.
Her, -h' idem nit, aald fierinany
mil 1 M endangered and the pro
P'laed r0"r,ii itiaarmamrnl and l.iai
lug peace pCa In Jeupnniy if Hue
sia should hi forced hy Herman Trea
sure to become a military state. He
'gprenanl plaagtjf at the general
i ondeinnalloti which lie said wan be
ing manifest within th Central Km
plrea of the plan to make the Aus
trian EmperOf King of Poland and
Invest the Herman Kmperor with the
mantle of link of Courlnnd and
Prill of Lithuania.
tM ,1 diatcgard of Ruaaia'a vital in
tere.tM. on the principle that the foe
had been vnnu.ulahed, would sow par
man. 'lit ill ., on! between Russia and
Uertiiuny, ha nsserted, and perpetuate
the war In Kurope.
Ilerr HMrl pioposetl resolution of
solidarity with the Russian Maximal
ists, and declared that Herman lal,ni
must do Us duty to force the Govern
ment to make an unambiguous
affirmative answer to the proposals of
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it,,. , insiders of Its floe il yn.ir lo iepl
Vn Hre Indicative of It, abilltv to pj
liit i lends on n pfefel red slocks on J.m
1 nexT, I" Ih1' Period li has earn-d
iioarly three lino s lh, l monihs' dit i -
dtnd ro,ulrmtnU on then Ittuai.
rielhlahem Steel 0oi porntlon- Rgul
Quarterly dividend- of ji, per cut
lh co, onion sloik i!n an Inllisl mi,,-
I.rlv dividend of 2 per cent, on the nnw
i i..'r pant preferred sii"'k ah payable
Jn I t" stock of record Uec. t;,
ft.l,.nlle Ciasi I .m
It, gula, senn-
annual dividend of IM per cent o,
1 common toek. payable Jan. I'l to
Vt 'nf'record Pee K- flo-.l t e ., .
nt. on thr
une 3d Balance st-siiable for eon in
1 k equ.l .o 114 71 -hare, against
Jn.29 erned las. t.ar.
i StE SON TO MORROW;
SEVEN FATHERS ON JURY
(Cvnlinuad fr-on ra raJ I
MMMMpW f 1 I f M'.raan Ofi
alt i ona rara '-Id, foreman
II Ohm failml r fli hmo.M
Mill. alMf (fcraa ya.ra l 1
flaTd K Dal- h al
IM if, Roalyn MMfata, nfy.iff.1
Ixmla OMMMM ri Ml 'i"p'.
rraprl. flly. ona yoMn. old
Hit WIOOINQ ANNIVC"SAr1V
HILD At OOOD EXCUSE
1 Tn more ialem. n "
, ,.,( I
""'" forly.ltl,i of th vnl
IM liUI no new fa, nppaarcd In the
i1' '-n" V. HawfejM of ll k
lllo I'antre. proprietor of .1 chain of
'""'I Moraa. waa a near-Juror.
III a.Jd the erldene, ,nut be vary
clenr to warrant n verdlrt of gulll
fr'n him. He wa pnssed h I1.
trlct Attorney Weeks, but when Mr.,
rierliart asked him how long ha hid
been married and h answered t
Twenty-two years to-morrow," the
lawyer was willing thst he should
spend thl annlversury with his wife.
TIib Htate, howev, r. (hen exerclaed
the peremptory challenge and the
laliman wa excused.
Mr. Ie Saulle w.,s fur more rlior
ful to-day thnn she was on the lust
day of her trial. Hh smiled this nf-
IgrMOtl nn.l gave the first Indl 'lit 'on
of nn appearance of her old self .lust
Iwfore court reaumad attar recess she
nr.. .Mr.. h llr Wlalll Who.
has rieen attending her Tha physi
cian leaned over the fair prisoner'
shoulder to any something lo her and
she beamed on him a elm answered
With Mrs. Pa Suulles's mother In
court were Caatro Ruiz, tho Chilean
Consul Heneral at New York, her son.
Gulllermo and daughter Amiilia. Thla
party aat near the defendant, whill
Charles Ie Saulles. brother of the
slain husband, OOOUpled a chair di
rectly across the courtroom.
MRS. DE SAULLES STUDIES
FACES OF HER JURORS.
Mrs. 8eamon, wife of tho Sherrlff,
sat beside Mrs. lie Haulles again to
day, and the frail prisoner took some
interest In the proceedings. Mrs. Dj
Haulles listened attentively to the ques
tion put to the veniremen, and occa
sionally studied keenly the facet of
thote selected ua Jurori.
LITTLE VISITOR TO COURT
THOUGHT TO BE JACK.
A flutter ran through the courtroom
when. Just on the stroke of noon, a
woman handsomely attired entered
with t beautiful boy wearing a fuxiy
brown coat and a sullor hat with "U,
S. Navy" on it
Instantly the Im-
presslon went through the courtroom j north "' c"Heres Wood. They sue
that the boy was Jack He Saulle ceeded In penetrating the French ad
It was learned a few moments later ""f t,"u,nn" "v"r a "lenl
that the little visitor was the scl ,n of r '"V"', "'d?15' ' "'-taJ
, ... ' Statement, but aubsnquently were ex-
a neighboring family. pd for the most part.
Among the questions naked aga.n LONDON, Nov 20. --"Oxford-hire
by the defense to-day was as to ac- a Ducklngbamthln troopl made a
,ualntancc with any or the firm of
O'Gorman, Il.ittle & Vandeveer, also
with Deacon Murphy. The latter Is
thl physchologlcal Htudcnt of (hi
Mr. Murphy was once nn Assistant
District Attorney In New York and
has the reputation of being an expert
In the selection of Juror. He sits at
thl prosecut.nn table, and whCu Dis
trict Attortliy Weeks concludes his
examination of taJiiman Murphy
gives bim his phaychologlcal eurn-
nilng up. which goe for or against R
peremptory challenge. Roth ldtn
tn eager for elderlv men, married
men end man of fnmlhes.
WITNESSES DEFENSE EXPECTS
THE STATE TO CALL.
otnoi-ney i irrnan. n-i vie! t.,...m-,
In questioning prospective turors to
day, read from a paper a list of wlt
MMM which he expects tho prnsrru
tlon to produce. They Include Oeorge
Ai Fairfield, a surveyor of Mlm ola;
Dr. Harry M. Warner. Pr. Hmlth. A.
Cohn. who attended Do Haulles at his
death: Haymnnd N. B Hamilton, a
gsVTMl keeper of Roslyn, snd James
A. Dunham, a chauffeur, who drove
Mrs. De Haullei to the scene of the
No doubt waa left as to the defense
1 1 , l made for Mr. P rlaulloe fro
th killing of her husband, mat the
youug wife and mother was not her
self, that ahe waa mentally 111. la to
Im t.h contention of her counsel
Alienist are ready to be brought
Into tho case to prove their OMlMlift
ii,,n. It Is said. This will daptnul
upon the courso of Ihe prosecutlo.i
Dr. l.oula 0. Johnson, a phyalulngieal
i In :n. it, who uttonded the pn,ner in
the Mlueula jail, will bo called to the
taad lo tesiify to her condition Im
medlatOiy aftor alio ahot Jack De j
EARTHQUAKE SINKS SHIP;
MANY LIVES ARE LOST
KINCSTON, Jamaica, Nov. 20. A
ship hound from Jamaica to Cubn
has sunk with heavy los of life.
There were but threo survlvo'rs.
The loss Is believed to be due to
tJbsldence of tho sea floor, caused by
an cat thqu ike.
At the offices of the Ward Une no
report had been ra0" " , ' VT.,';.
of a tRamer plyln, between h-ingt
ton and Cuba.
report had been reeelved f the loss
lifirr Mit kr slr'm4flfl Hill
viii Dofm Winm ,11 Vf.l With
1 0 at 21 1 ivr.
rM I . jo. A 'af(ia aiiam
r,o fcMMnMi l MM MM 'ha
Vrrn'h MMWlMM M4I MM ''
M moalllooa. ai loradoit In lha
Waif Moditrftanaan on Hp tl.
MM M M NfM .. . d.aath
! in ooiroai th nnr
"" pf"Ha nh a on
.if 1 , , , an 1 11,11, ii . . arooo
wMoh waa lh Medio. adi th tin'
tin fo. ,. m mm 1 A.Mftr,l i,h.nl
,,.,. . fcfn(
hi, anna lo l-,ir on lh" aotimarlna
i;iarttii iiilntlne Ihn lh ahlr
aor., not arniod, Ihe aiihmarlna com
on', dor hrona',1 hie hoet ulaalv In lha
MrfMa. Th liiakia immadialelr
pan nr" al ,1 dlalanra of tan mllae.
in,- ftooona ftno, airura , aiimnaruta
forWaf ami low An 'elo-ion f,,.
Iii.i l The euhmai Ine'a Morn (hot up
Tl," U boat pli, Dead lo do.iriictlon ha-
(, the Mrdla dla iiipeatrd
ORDINANCE TO LICENSE
AND BOND WAR CHARITIES
Dowllnj Introduea Mcasuri to
Prevent Rtxuitrcnot "t MtKHrae
tioii of Funds.
To prevent recurrence of mlsdlree
11 Oil or chsrltahli. donations such as Is
alleged In the Invest igat inn of the army
and navy fttltar. President Howling In
troduced an ordinance in the Hoard of
Aldermen late this afternoon. It pro-
I vldes for the licensing snd bonding of
I " charitable entertainment managers
and Programme collector- except such
ft-.... 11..0 ,, ,,,,00 ,M,n. ,o
ceding the entertainment been connected
with a regulnrly Incorporated charity or
Tho ordinance ns proposed also pro
vide thst every manager of a charity
entertainment shall keep records tn
which shall be written legally a list of
tho receipts and expenditures, and that
Ibis Hat shall be open to the insepctlon
of the Commissioner of Licenses at all
reasonable times. The list Is to be filed
with the commissioner within len days
after the entertainment. Penalty for
the violation of each provision of the
ordinance is a fine of $200 or six months
Imprisonment or both.
A public hearing on the proposed ordl-
nsnce will be hWd by the Henersl Wei
I fare Commlitee In the Aldermanlr
Chamber at 1 30 next Thursdsy after
noon. GERMANS REPULSED
IN ATTACK AT VERDUN
Reach Advanced French Positions,
but Are Driven Out Brit
ish in Raids.
IARI8. Nov. 20. The Germans
made an attack last night on a front
on """metre In thl Verdun sector
puocetlful raid last night east uf
I . mp ux." ssys to-day's Official
Statement "In the region of Wyt
chaitl a raiding parly of Hermans
was driven off by our fire."
HINDENBURG TO STRIKE
NEW BLOW, BUT WHERE?
j Considerable Mystery About Des-
(illation of Troops Removed
COPENHAOBN, Nor. Pi.-Reportt
from several ources In Hermany bear
out tin a. 'sumption that, taking ad
rgnlagl of the situation In Ttussls, the
, , .,,, , ,h, ,,,
front. Only part of them appear to he
going t Italy. A bio
Italy. A blow by Von Hlndnn-
burg at some other point may perhaps
Some troop are reported to have been
moved to the Western front, but thla is
not necessarily significant, as Field
Marshal ltalg'a pounding tactics necas
Htate frequent reliefs for exhausted
Herman newspaper discuss with sua
ph-lous frankniai and svldlty Ihe pros
lie, t of an offensive on Ihe Salonlkl
front, hut have n ver a word to sav
nh.int :he nhvlnns chance of stnashlna
Plow al Itotiinanl,! In nn efforl to end
ce of thtl nation
NPKIIAI Mix I i I ANIIV Tlirs aar
la true, thla u.anrtMieal titfrra i.lonl,
1 iiruinrla. I .,. .,,i,,iii i ui
and l Interarreli U afera
rrrd surola. in meaa
mm-m tmm' ESf
Mill A-MrJ DAIWTIEA til the wewe4 ereallona In Ih aoret aj .aocta. wall
a Ihe old-lime ilalallea, inxl Ima Purr, tt Hal. Mirue New llrli.n.
Mnln.aea. In Ihe assert "in, I JV't fled Mulaaa. . I'oi i.tm Cups. )Ha
Uluftaoiua. Pillows. MulleiTupa, la lata. Curia, I mil Re. k. l... ,ic. jQJQ
OtfrTini lev ro-Merreii".
Ufanldv, Nov. flit
, in vi r m v -
XII I t ( Q C O HIT
Kl.-lr . Dell, l"U, lilood
,,, ., of rleheal. lliellnw
,.l rrrarn and .lie elio e
ral Sul, Hta- l,rtel 4 B
I,,,. farmed into Irre--Ullhle
m.ir-ola of .an
illed iierf.elloii. flatnrrd
I Ineola'e and 1)4.
The fteftclftel eolant
FIVE ROCHESTER SURYIVOW,
MISSING 18 DAYS, LAND
MM Ha l Meen I ni i t Bott fJl
ftifpeuVatl Airwrietfi Shl
Defh Koll Now 14
,vfa-V ) ll - The ml. at MM
from ih A oner loan siaame-il eWheatOf
.., h was n' M 'he r.n on hy I Oar
MM suhwie'iB Kiv 1. l'4 landad
al a part In Ireland
r ,a h .at n'eifti ft man. Ih tM9
iirvlvirs frnm lha orlgiaal hoat'l erW
, i !.
li p hid nn aHartderaad Inr In
si nffhar and Mil III olhT ma Ml
a boat frnm th flex heeter, wnj at lb
Hm of thr arrival "f lh urln'a In
Ireland had been anlin( for eighteen
T'ie landing "f the fir men redoeee
the Rev heeler's dsalh roll fr , nlnelaen
I,, rmirleen Four men died of e, .,,,
In another boat. Two wire killed ho
I hi iplo,,,i, of thl trpdo and on
who art sucrpHsf i J in landscape
or portrait work good eye
fignt for the nice distinctions of
light and shade that make all
the difference in the beauty of
A thorough examination by
one of our Oculists (Regis
tered Physicians) will deter
mine whether or not glaases are
If they ARE and you elect to
obtain them, they will be care
fully adjusted by a competent
Our moderate prices are
made possible by tne special
ized nature of our organization
and our clientele of over 80O,()00
persons the Largeti in Iht
ii I. mi IUMI, near 4 In Avenue.
64 Hut liath HI., near lenoa Ave.
27 W, 34th si . bet. Oth A Itn Ave
411 Columhus At. bet. list A S2d 8U.
To Nassau (street, near John at.
22 Hroadway bet. Ilth A 100th Hta.
140j 81. No-hula Av.. bet HOttiA lllsu
1017 Broadway, nr. Wlllo'by. B'klyn.
419 Fulton rtt opp. A. A H . B'klyn.
113 Broad It, next te rtedell. Newark.
4RIIOM.. r,n N'av. 11). VRANOCS CA
HOI.t. i . .o l wlfa ef Mlohatl F. Car
roll mothftr of Joseph. Alphona. Tbeo
dors and Ester Carroll.
Funeral from her lata residence, 4 In
W -at Slat it. on Thursday. Nov. 22. at
9.10 A. M. Pulsion raaulem meet'
l hurch of the Sacred It , al 10 A. li.
( AKRY. On 8undaT. CHAULKS P.. deer-
ly tirlovad husband ef Kate Carry (ass
Downs I .
Funsrsl from his eon reetdenee. 1101)
Clay nr.. Drons. on Wodntftdey, Nov.
SI. at 1.10 A. U.I thence te th Chare
of tt. Ansal of Merlcl.
Cl'MMlNOS ANN1K Cl'MMINOB.
Rervlees at OAUr-BKLl, FUNERAL
CatUEOU, Bioadway, Ilth St., weqaes
day, I P. M.
MPMBft OSWALD ROpIfR.
aarttee al CAMPBELL, funbral
CaVROH, Broadway, III St.. Wedaes-
oay, 10 o'clock.
WF.SLKT. LOU1I ,' t t . , t
Rartlee al CAMpBELL FtrNERAL
CHVelOlii Broadway, Ilth at , Tusiday,
WlOfllwa. Suddenly. Ner. II. ALBERT
n WIOOINS hh at hta hem. Ill
, ,m .men v at.. Brookltn. He wa bora la
Chlcatn 14 ytara ago and had bsaa
resident of Brooklyn evsr forty year.
Il survived by one eon. Albert It.,
and twe Slater. Mrs. Jans L. Bra and
Mrs. Ouasla Ksrr. t,,t n of Brooklya.
Punerel serttoes will be bald t-mer-row
afternoon at If e'oleok at bla lata
home. lntarmant at Liergret Came
ler. FOR SALE.
Earner TAILORS tt u,.n ai w-.i. ... at
m ,.,, wer'l.j ,f o,rnt luiu. d ai,,. luaniTB
MftMln Co HI Ii '! leaur ft rnrtl dt .id 2 farta.
that ftarlel la be anlee ef life. If Ihta
ef aiilro. and eamtirlasa Wreuoed NouaeL
rl tiffrr, lMli4r ftf -nl, . .no) camtrl,en Wraiioed NouaeL
in,. .I.ii. Dal. Fail.-, I.. Ise.n 1'eneerinlnl 4 A mm.
frrft. Frenoli i reanift and a heat of l loUn Cot- J Wi
Im dltoosJlt u ilollrdo. f la .era. FurSl BOX MrMV
Wt Ait Nam Oftrinti
7 lit MINTS The.. N,,
Aln. nranif dlaks. rich
It flayoretl with fln..
OH ef rreperml4 and
la.k.l.rt 1 aajr I nonol
)ed ( hrolU. I La. baw
i i,e i.i. 1 1
Storea. New York.