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Vof I.XXV.. Xo. '-'.???-'()<?. ?*.f?<$B^ SUNDAY, NOVEMBEH H. i?m?. SEVEN PARTS FIFTY-SIX PAGES. ?? TRICK FIVE CENTS,
BY 13 TO
Old-time Spirit an
Power of Eleven.
?Crazed Throne of 65,0
Sees ThrilJir.g Battle
in Great Bowl.
New Haven, Conn., N'?v. IS
Yale defeated Princeton in a bum
bow! here to-day by a score of
to 7, n:.d no words of tongr.e or p
be they glad or sad, are needed
err.beliieh this trito announcement
irtroducing the story of a foot?:
?rame which held sixty-five thous?
MB ar.d women in thrnll for the b
part of two nervc-tincrl'.ng hrn
' rose frcm the depths of f<
'5, took u:-.to itself new vi?
and, fairly bubbling over \vith ft?
and spirit, beat what Percy
Haughton said one week ago ?a
the best eleven Harvard had fac
?>ce hs picked ^p the cc-achin? rci
nMdgi in 1908.
' efataing doec strike twice in :
? |_es whan attracted by t
. the indomitable will and t
? . f Tom Sbevlin, 1
? I um Waal tea tier- _|
;..'. five years _?*o, ai
- ? .* by fhrti
tie ?lever, enough new wcapo
Ide-ttS and to rou
?rit i. This ?rame to-di
- -. ?: a battle
-irawr. and ski", and wit?, it Wl
I -tutiy in psychology.
. Val? ?'
Blade, for the g_me
I La said that the Tigc
roble. ?vr?7 their chance
? ? .veek ego ag-iin
Harva: i | ? rrors opened tl
- ths r-?r>7.-.ei
| -riod, Witt a
? eariy par: at '),
? Otis Guernsey 1er*, t
?r toad* by makin?r ei
It drop kicks its the histo.
teotball. .-:t?s.r?-l:n*? beyon-1 t
centre of the field, on the 52-yard lin?
-.. be exact, he drove the ball wit
SM__g rower and unerring accurac
B_ between the potts. It did i:<
rue high and float, but sailed stras.h
.rid true as an arrow from a BOW, h
"sr SrSSSSar and bounded over.
?'onderiul kick ?loctl
-rowd and r ?? sH Yale men closer t
?.a? rnadho-.v '.han they ever BO]
r?t again. It ?eem? necessary for an
tUU? moment to pass over Guern?.V
Hcead drop k.ck from UM d?-yar
-SB, t touchdown by Drigfre fror
Pnneetor., r.fter a defensive ?tand b
Vt.'i, which ?wUl live long in memor?,
which put UM Tlgors in the lead by
icort o' 7 to I, ia order to reach
pity tha* made all the d?Teren?*" be
*.~'een wiaaiag and losing.
Touchdo?sn Follows Fumbl?-.
The second ball had hardly open.?
*h?n Tlbhstl ?'? ? taaklO- by (Jap
?tin A!<.' V. bled a long boom
>ng pun*, from A? feet B? G_ern.?ey
'Pit" Way, the bast-ball pitcher, va:
th? lucky aas of thro? Toia ssea ?_k
?er? on the ball line a fla??h. Hi
intpped it up and, racing twenty yards
SMBBlsste?. iaadsd the ball ?quarel*
behind ike I'nr.ceton goal post? for i
taasadowa. Gaoraaei Kicked the go?
and Yale, as .*. ? iraod oat, had von.
The ?tory mii-ht. en?] here and to i
?tory of one of ;-,. no?* ?pectcculai
*-rd wraeUag sjassoi ? i on ?
Sm?h It til? ?Ir.mati?
BO, ar i BO drnmt
'?' ' r.-.hel tO a
morf tiagliag climax.
Th? game was drawing to a flote; the
? ourth period had hardiy more than two
??nut?t to run. The thousands on th?
Ysls i,de w.r? inwardly celebrating in
SSticiyatioa; the thoutandt in th?
fr.iceton camp were hoping againtt
??Pe. and then ? iddsal** the god? of
?y'Tt tx-ie the T,.< rs i.r.e. more chance.
l**n ' ? t foi Yale, Kot off a
*** ''?' '??Ii ??-ii? twen
jryard, ;.((.. ria?. Ta? ball hit
t to aoo ?id?,
v v.r.o had been
I'r.gg?, an.) was car
*"'? v..:?-'.. K-yari
?? n opened ? Ida it? bat
l * *' ? ' I SB off? Baiv? drive
? hark by the ?heer
d ?-'inning. TweatV?
v -* went in eight
r-syt. SlSted at the seatro, e?f tackle
?l*r' ? i, ai C?ptala Ghek's
..Jk 1''irt''- hee? ar.d ror.teate?! every
". hold ? gone that
*(1 "?'? I I BIBBS Sat before.
7*-tr.e T.if.ra -,?-,. ?,/W ro,..,.,j (0 ttiry
? * ?ry seemed
2?__ '??' bowl teethed in
<r ?.*> , , r. ". ? ...
7*.*1 ' Ortftn
ma.I ?beerir,f* -.*?/- W?y ,,, n ,,in,\,i,ng
,!V* ' ?? ??' be r. Lemma
J^-' ? , eordt of er.cour
lH*\ lt' '?'??i reatad on Yale's
2r? '?'?' for a rno-ier.t. e
r*?1'?' tr,d ominous sil?nes i-tlled
J-\ .h* v?.s "' he hroaoa the
>M rr. ifftty ,,,mr fTom (he Ymlm
*?*r, DictMnaaa, ?m. ha<l been
THE INSIDE OF THE BOWL A QUARTER OF THE 65,000 WHO SAW YALE TRAMPLE PRINCETON.
AUTO KILLS ?IL
SISTER AND NUR!
Rc?urning, Hand in Hai
from Zoo, They Step ii
Front of Truck.
Or. their way home from Cen
Park yesterday afternoon Frances
Barbara Hildt, six and three years
te-, et veiy, could talk of nothing
the funny stunts perform?-, bv
Sr.yder'? animais at the Bsaal Satur
afterrioon children's ma'.:r<.e .- thi ?
Frfar.ces liked the camel best, but li
Barbara laiisted that the "deers" w
Elisabeth Becker, their nurse, ?
trying to be neutral toward her tal
tive ahargea, who were holding her
either hand when they stepped fl
the sidewalk at the southeast eor
of Eighty-f.fth Street to cut aeros? A
aterdam Avenue diagonally to th
home in the apartment at 200 W
Eighty-sixth Street. Mefore they 1
gone ten feet into the swift'.-,- rr.ov
maze of traffic that flows ap Am?'.
darn Avenue the three were struck b
two-ton commercial automobile tn
?peed.ne alone at twer.ty-fr
Frances Hildt d.ed in the BSBBelai
that was tak.ng them to Kr.iekerboe?
Hospital, and the surgeons say O
Barbara and the nurse girl will <
from fractured skulls and latsrasl ,
Carl Martin Lnnrich. twenty ?t"l
years old. the chauffeur driving t
truck, which was owned by Katagi
Brother-?, tea and co?T?-o merchant?.
217 1 East y?'"? Blata Btreeta wn ?avi
from possible rough treatment at tl
hands of .-? ? 'ired spectator? 1
the arr.val of patrolmen from the We
Sixty-eighth Street station. The chari
of recklesa driving preferred again
Knnrich was changed to homicide wWt
it was learned that ?he oldest chll
Mother Htsara of Accident.
Mr?. Howard J. Hildt, mother of th
children, after helping the nurse gli
get them ready for their weekly vi?i
to Central Park, went to call o
friends. On her way home, soon afte
f? p. m., sh<? ?topped at Schwartz's drui
store, ut Eighty-fifth Street and Am
sterdam Avenue, where ?he victims o
the accident had been taken to awai
their removal to the hospital. Shi
heard person? in the crowded ?tree
talking about an automobile acoden'
in which a child had been killed, bul
?he d d not stop to make any inquineJ
a? to the details.
As soon as lbs entered her apart
rn?-r.' neighbors who had witnessed th?
accident told her that France? wi?
Bleed ari'l IIi.iM.ra was dying. She I?.*
<nrr.?- bySteriesl, ?nd the family physi?
cian was BBBiSBeflSd to attend her.
Howard J Hildt, the father, was <!??
taia?d i?i hi? Wall Street brokerage
ofles ail tea sfteraoea.
H i.i.i?, of l?M ?Veal
s eve*, th S'reet, a witBSBI "' th?
?< ? ui? i.* . ? -, ?? ?s dririag ? I
Lighty (if?h Btr??l Is hi? automobile,
was so afTi-?"1?-?! by th<* sight <?f the
children and nurse girl tosae?! in ?he
air ?hat he ?irov* Quickly to Ce.'itr.il
1'ark West. wh?-re hia small child vtur
walking w??h h nurse. After h? h??l
?ak'-ri IBeBI h'.fne In hi? machine he
Ivuiini.'.l un ?at? 7. <ttilu_a &
Two Tuberculosis Invalids
Dive, Save Man, May Die
Patients Leap from Boat Near ?eilevue?One's Strength
Fails in Making Rescue and Mate Aids Him. While
P* Standers Are Deaf to Cries.
Scerei of ?vested taber al
tims basked inert yesterday on the
deck of the Southlield, the ol?l f.-nv
- boat u-?ed a.? a Beatiag hospital off the
"Help! Help'" A tremer ran slOBg
the pathetic ranks. Feeble men ai.?',
women teased lelacteat muse'.??. Agai.-.
came the ikeal fei h?*!p. ball smo'here i
SheiM.r.g b sal '? II bl ra-., OsCBI
' ? SB? f tl
? -> corr.-ja'.y. -prar.g to tas ra 1 and
: . ," .
Manuel Jle;tm?n. a IB * ?. la
:? ? balk, - Bl ?*'..-.?
? bs - 7 os mwtas. It was
his ?hr.eks which ha-'. ;.- ??d thi
Isipaesles reers ot baddlcd petl?ati
Pesdeil M led tkS rr.a.*. a?,d tka la?.
ter'? baadi oat reled p? .??'-.'. ta reel
in a vne-i.iie gr.;? * I b cat O?
youth'i Ra leg ?' (tag tl
di*ar?p?''*-re'? >,?;<*'? ??*
The ? ? ?? i .; a-,,|
? * ? ' ? I r. ? o
' r, i vstei 11 ??. ?'?' pier? A ? I
:;:<--!. ?i 'I |i
if thi pel ?? ' get si bs i
Axel GastavsoB, a Biaatoea??*aar-oM
. companion's ai 1
H s bn Bght ap i'??'i ? th? ha?r.
',.?,,, ss. aad Poeleia w??ak
: 'i h.? thin arm?.
broas Bsitman'i cup sn.l
I bin to ti I tas beat.
saaged te get Ibera
s-.ear.? of a ?mall ladd?f ISOei I
?"I from _ ? ? hood loi .'? u?*
.? . ? s Managed ta
l laerg? ej ' real
Unas itoB bl< 'i tea ?r.| th?*
"l ?si?? to thai.?t ihern." he rnrd
* - i >.' i.'m *"f"i ??. t" ' aai
I'r 'ill.- ha?l r,,m? from
'er ni phpslelana,
or'l?r?'l ?l a' I ?s,! QastaVBOB he
- ? ' I, aad pal
Bot 'he ?ii<M?n fl??h of SBCltOSSOal
Ibat had s ?i il ' - gth to ta? i*?.
bibb soon flickered down In lb? ward
Sort? ' ' r I ' .1 rim
? ? ' uu ", hard
? I ??? .r
Po . ' '? I" foi. ??? ?
?I I ." I a a,.' . ,, l.'l,
.. ' snd Gusta? ion si If I I ??i
? ' . Il? llnten'i heme
DROPS GERMAN NAMF.
TO WED SCOTCH LASSIE
Ackhur.t Ma-iiilicim NOW A<k-,
liur't, [?< ' 7i!',?' ?if tli?' War.
/i ... m? was r.'it
?i Btloi . g wss tas
... Kraal A? k
barst " ? ? ? i applieal len te
the Baprens CoaH fei penalsslee ts
chin.!??' bii naaii bj dreppiag Mbbb
heim an?! rsBuifllBg Jsst Ackheral
Th<- feaag woman m ?|ii'--t.on is a
Scotch laasls ah? li coining Is Me*a
Vi.ik to marry Ackhai ?'
"II??- ieellag?," Aekharsl sxplalBsd,
"an- itroci ? Bag! b, and bs
very ItTOBglj/ againt a (Jerauui name
on account of the war."
,iu. tic- Erleager signed th<* pen?
Arkhnrst added that his father was
n Qatnaas sad bii moth? i Eng i?h a id
that ha aas sdaeeted st Oxford
MRS. AUCHINCLOSS INJURF?D
In Auto t psrt ?>lth Miss Jennings and
- 'Icleajrat. 1. l?i 111? Trit ? *
Bridgeport, Conn., Nov. 13. Mr?.
Hugh Auchinclos?, of 33 Fast Sixty
seventh Street, New York, received two
fractured ribs and a dislocation of the
left shoulder when a big limousin? in
which she was ruling overturned on the
Connecticut Turnpike at (.reens Farms
to-day. With Mrs. Auchincioss IBIS
Miss Annie H. Jenning?, of Fairiield.
owner of 'he car ami sister of Mrs.
William 0, l!ockcfell?-r, Bad Kiss Flir.
uheth Oalleadet, si M West .sixty
fi.urth Street, New York.
The car wan travelling to the Yale
1 Princeton football game, when, in order
t?, avoid a collision With BBOthsf I |tS
mobil?, the chauffeur lurne?| shnrply,
and ihe spee.l a?, which it wss beiag
?ii v.l. ?eat it iate ? dites i??-?i.l? the
WILSON AND FIANCEE
offx i.11 i Indi i ii'-?i i itlng
i ut:? innti on Orati in Pirli
I ' I II. I'.I. Ml
i.i <\ lira .. ' ;. ' pari if II ? sflei
.... .?.,;. ... i.i.i...i .... nef
??I I',' e I I. , , I'..,,, a .??,,. II...
grail ?.rid ?nl.1.(7 thru l.ii.l. f...rii m
b? kei lb?* pical? we? sol a part ?f
their aanoeacod progressais for ? !??
idag, ?ru! ihf,' i.'IIp.i mi ii.r sisa ef lbs
park to [irotert thein from Iht nimm?
The Wh'te HOBOS party left in tut?
mot.lie. ?irly In the morning, ami no
trare of them BOOld be fOOad uritil late
In the dag, **.'h?'ri an sdminist ration
ofliclal wim had basa satoaiebl?iag
? I ?? park rooorted that he sa". *!ie
.''resident and !,';? financ?"?" Ib blissful
seclusion "aadsr the greenwood tree."
TRACKED AS SPD
Flynii and Marsha!! Ku
to Washington to Re
view Plot Evidence.
So acute has grown 'he sttUOttofl ?
relation to the Teuton rropagandi
tbat Willtau. J. PI] |1 . chief of '
I'niteil Statrs Srrr"' BorviCO, and
sa Mar?hall, Halted Slate? Ii
? ? ? \ ? '.. i : ?? v '?I ' ? ?a .
?i I ??? SfasblagtOfl yesterday
? '. ? tbe aatboi tiSS there a?
H ? ?a Vmii .| tbal the 17. ?
llhs all . h.lvo ainas.r,! a BOBBI
?ral!? .. ? ? ' ? i.len.-e again
..?.??? high ??-eta!? la the Tauten!? .i'
loaiatl? aorpe 4ad ??? Biportaal
ll.ia e\ii\e'\re that a ?'at ChBSlbei c
f? r?"nr?. ?s?s deemed adeloablt befei
taking ant BtOfB ih?' WOUtd I?"?.I I
? I g 1 ,... , ' ,' 1. 11 .,' ! I?? ? t 1,1. . . ? ?
1 ..in?.: grand |arj
ii,?. r ideoee >.. u.e .-??? ..f ?i ;????
...i? ,,f II.rae .l| ',.....??? ind ??'-?'
,1 II.al I.? Im. ?...Intr.l (In. ,,?1111
. ..,,,' ntflri
,|.,.l ?. !,?? lbs aas I .????? s will be a II
1 ,, ill? ?,, .1,, 1 ..r :....??,? s
all, ?? Ii.mi? I h? '??'. t r
? ,, .. head sad lb? ' """?-'i Hieles 1*1?
1, i, 1 hitaras) al Ibl? dlBtrl?! will ? ?a
Hi .??lull- ..1, II I ..ill.
1 1 ., -,. . 1 ,,?,,?.... ' . . del step
,,,, 1.Is in II. n. ? it il .- 1 ,'f II?. I . ill .Mil.
. , ., ,,.,,t 11.. 1 ? m), .ii. .".i ?t.".??
. ? , . ,l? \ |.\ I It?? ills
, i ... ... ?1 ??( .??pioaii? ".
?t.- lui ..f n min... boehed !??. paaeaga
BB 11"' A."''' i? no In.??? HI I .'.ni
u , 1 u 1 ?i iii.i learned 1 >w?r. sn altemp!
,.f ?In- I ...it,.tia l.i bleW ?i|> (he SI I...ill?
proved '" i?.' aotblag Stofs than a 1 ??>.? 1
iiiiiish.r rsturnlag Is hi? native load
?o li^-hl fur hi? country, but who had
'orgOttOfl thai he had placed two ?tickt
,,f taaaelitS in one of hit grips a few
The prisoner, when taken to Pollas
Headquarters by Captain Tunney of
th? bomb squad, gava hi? asms ??
I ..iilliiiir.l on put? t. rolunin ?
How It Works
Samuel I iopkins Adams devotes his article in this
morning's issue to specific instances of the way The
Tribune's Guarantee has prote?~ted the trusting buyer?
and the trustworthy mer? haut, too.
The liberal interpretations that have been given to
the Guarantee may surprise you; certainly the graphic
accounts of how siirne misunderstandings were straight?
ened out will interest you.
I urn to it?on Page 12.
dhr $un?ay Qhrtintttf
First to I.set?the Truth: Sens?lldltorlals?Advertisements
GERMAN FOOD RIOTS SPREAD
Report That Cerman Police Charged on
Hungry Women at Dusseldorf.
London. Nov. 13. The Amsterdam
correspondent of the Fxciiniige Tele
graph ?ompany sends the following:
"At Dusseldorf a recent food not, in
which crowds of women, incensed at the
high prices, bombarlcd the marke?s and
shops with potatoes and ?.tones, wa?
Itepped with some difficulty by the po?
lice, who were compelle.i to charge the
crowd, arresting a number of 'he par
BULGARIA OPENS FOOD
MARKETS TO GERMANY
Gets High Prices for Surplus of
(irain and Provisions.
lier! ;?-?". Nor.
oPfttf.; - - ?
i i . ? ?
.- ?? - -.
? ' ? ? - '?..'-? e
. atr* bsfiRg
loaded (er trtxi
the Dai il
?nri ? ? ? ? ? ??? ? ?a?
.-' thi N ib I? | ?
CHURCHlll Will GO
TO FRONT THIS WEEK
Will lie Ma j?u i'f QMfM'i t>\. p
i'\f,'i ?Mme HllMtl s
I ...I.I..1*. \.M | | ?,?.
I? leaving Ki?i
Ii I ? i c a i
' ? ...
It?.* i ?nt. ?a-? ? . ' |
? .- ':' ,*t?
Ib? l? I* ?if
Mai lb.ugb 1 I ? ? ? ?>? .
a -. \
IRISH STAY AT HOME
AS ST. PAUL SAILS
780 Bootod? bul Many Decide
N?>t in Risk Bflag Held Up.
in, ????-.. a ?it i
1 ivrti?.>?>'.. N,.\* l.i | In? Si P?ul
sinli*.I to ?lav ??tth Uli aalooB imssen
l7?-ts. tiiiluiliitg John A Agn??\\, .1 (
BrsBBBBa *? iBessIs? ?I?* lu Geerdla,
Colossi K. F. Dravo. V. S. A ; F. J.
EgBB, M 1' Qrsee, ll. Knottenbelt,
Calvin l'unir.' und Comninndor M.
Beehed to sail on the St. Paal were
750 Irish emigrants, but owing to the
action of ?'?' sBtheritlsfl ?? lsrs*i num?
ber of them eeaselled th??ir berths by
Ultgram freai th?' W?>st of Ireland
\ ithout journe? ing to 1.4'er-ool.
The American I.in?? officiii?v states
that it has Inrg? bookings of Irish
malo emigrants of military age for fut?
ure steamers. These men are apply?
ing to the Foreii-n Office for passport?.
but ?ven on the American Fine they
are having the greatest difficulty in
leaving the countrv. as they must sat?
isfy the aliens' offic?*r before boarding
th?* steamer, though they possess pass?
ports. Conse?iuentlv it is almost im?
possible for emigrant? of military age
*?i >Hve the country.
Aboard the Finland, leaving to-das*.
? ?r ? H ReBSB Angel. Dr. Swe.itrv Hat
!.-. Jf.seph d? H'\ck?.!7". H?n Nathan.
MlSB N. Perkins. Mrs. ? . Stetson Tav
ler. A. ?' SstUtOt lies? and ?raig
WAR LOSS PUT AT 5.000.000
Swiss Statistician Fstlmales Number of
Hasle. Nov. 11 Celeael ?.-'i-.-ler. a
S*ais? mili'ary s?atisttci:in, calculate^
the tetal I"???'? in killed in th.- present
sir at ?..ihsj^uu.
AMERICAN ON ANCONA
RISKED LIFE TO SAVE
SHIP WITH ?. S. FLAG
SERB KING'S AUTO STALL
IN MUD?FLEES IN WAG
.1 . a le TB? 1 I
Berlin, \u>. Il (\ia ;.or.?in
Ho?* King PetOC narrowly esca
rapture by the Teutona rioting
on Nish Im nh'tfil b> a correspu
ent with Mackenaen't forces
HI and brnken, the aged Serb
monarch ?a? hurried into a dil:
dated automobile, the oniy one a?
able, and rushed southward,
mud of ili.? impassable mount
r?>_.!s wa? too much fur the c
however, and it soon became ?tue
The ri-at of the journey wat I
.?in.; in ?he wagon of a mount a
cer, with a sack of hay serving
the royal couch.
Defend Pass Against Hu
Foro.s and Roll Back
' 11> l'a?,'? to T'i? Trthun? 1
Meaaatir, Nov. 8 i dispatch to "
Daily Chronicle," London, by Gee
RoBWicb I. The grett cardinal feati
of the situation in Strbia remain
?hanged; that is to say, the Ser!
iiimy remains intact, and in at li
two place? the wave? of the Uulgai
invasion have beaten in vain agai
the heroic nation'? battle line. At
other points on the tremendous fr
'he ."???rbians have shown in a m
striking manner great military si
Nowhere have their adversaries ta
any great number of prisoners, i
there has been no rounding up of ?*
blaa force?, though both the Bulgari
and the Austrian? have tried to th?
most of their ability on several pol
of that front to sffect wholesale c?
I do not, of course, mean to ?ay t
the SerWan*situation il not a very
rious one It is serious and diffici
eipecially in regard to provisions, i
there :s every need that succor be b?
?peedy sr.d in overwhelming streng
-'? .'.-a glance .at the map ?how? 1
great .rrpertance cf the pr?serv?t;
.nta.-*. of the Serbian forces which r
been BChiovod by thoil lesder. Wh
the *-res?.re or the enemy in '-he sou
itrer.g*.- ?-. advsr.ee. the Si
hian ar?.v w BOOS bs -Ms tS rr.o
- ? ?- ?..-? ? 7l-.?t the Bulgaria
- plai loeb a position
>n. i ? ? torn ?-?*-;
X .... . . . .. .-e ??- ??
? ? ihiag d ig, i- - that
?i - ? ? i s ?? 7# iere'.cpir.g in
?i; ; '.. lies -. the?l rear
lasl * 1 Hold Ont."
? asa _- ? -?-..-.?? Th
> s ?waaage broaghi Froai ths ase
* tu iva reaol I hers Oi
? .? ?:a~ :e tails I
???. ?<? ?a. ? | av m : * .'?;-('
? ? rO * ? ??' ?- I ? r x:
I I * I ?' ><r>;? ??*. BBI
. ?? ??. Bare? i - defeasi'
? i who have be?
? ? i ? ? bb the vas
.-<??'? - ?a-, e ?*v,?
..- tar- out s aa ths it shbaia ?i
? I ? IS I v a-, a bai
.'.??. ?-.; .',.?>? .?.-? a.-.-. ??;. 1?,
twi*e"i Pal? ?. ? : Kragugevats It h?
??.?t all beOB * leOOtioa af retreat. A
??I**.?-??? I'sr?'' '. *'. th? ?.-7 ,".'. if 71?
Sbettatad i? - ?-. befi--e Kragagoval
? -,,? ", a bri ?s?-. ??? ,. bat?
ia whirl liera ?ai arora n'.a.ie ?war
once mote ??! lb? llghtiag ?jualltl?!
si t ,"',"????'. foi Islt-h's men
?>n i1?,' bill before the toara ths ilvl
?ii?n ti".-k ii". a good position The toli
Bel, though '.he arder? ?rere to rctrea'
BBOW th? spirit at hi? Oaau and d?
mandad that at least aaes they shoal?
ba allowed to taehla th? invader, ?o th
ardor Was giVOU tS advance and st
March to Attack in Rain.
It ?TM magnificent, my officer frienc
told me, to see the light in the men'i
??yes a? they heard the welcome new?
that they were to be allowed to com?
to grip? with the foe. It was a day of
pouring rain and mist ?weeping down
in dense enveloping shrouds from the
mountain?. Through this cover the
IforaVB men advanced, and almost be?
fore the foe wa? aware of their pres?
ence the Berhlaa? were in among the
Germans with bayonet and bullet.
Now at last they could fee the enemy
who for so long had been sheltering be?
hind numerous batteries of powerful
artillery. Nothing now could hold back
the Serbians. Reinforcement? were hur?
ried up the slope to aid the attacked
force, and soon the Germans numbered
two and a half division? against the
wetkened divisions of Shoumadians.
For an hour the battle rag? .1, but
from the very tint the Serbiun? wer?
master? of the situation. Rush after
ruth of the Germans ?topped at tn?
wall formed by their own dead. Artil?
lery came into ..c'.ion. but in vain. Scon
the Bheenadiaas had the foe on the
run. pursuing them ?ome distance.
The laid was BOVOrod wi'h many hun?
dred? of German dead, and no fewer
than three thousand prisoners were
taki-n. The ari?lerv brought up by the
German?, contitting of l?verai field
cunt nnd half a do ?en machine gun?,
was capture?!. Then, in better heart,
the men of Mornvn continued th.-ir
stubborn, ilow retreat It wat e battle
ouch as the Shoumadian lore? and in
louiu.o-il t>u pas? ?, rrlteie S
Attempt to Signal
Only Two U. sS. Citizens
Dr. Oreil Verifies Captain's Re?
port of Attack on Surviv?
ors in Water.
(Br Cab'.t In Tli?* Trtt'in ? 1
Rome, Nov. 13.?How an Ameri?
can gave his life in an effort to save
the Anrona, with her burden of
helpless women and children, when
the Italian liner was being ?helled
bj an Austrian submarine was re?
lat???l here to-night by Giovanni"
Martini, of Reggio, Calabria, one
ot the survivors of the disaster.
Martini's account, in the absence
of any word from Vienna or Ber.
I;n, where no report on the sinking
has yet been made, goes far toward
substantiating the statement of the
captain that the Ancona was at?
tacked without warning and that
practically no opportunity was given
for saving the passengers.
When the first shell struck the
Ancona, said Martini, an American,
Pasquale Laurino, jumped to the
rail and by waving an American
flag sought to attract the attention
of the submarine commander and
thus prevent the shelling of the
I atrd U. S. Flag aa Signal.
"I shall nsver forget the courage
i a? Laurino," declared Ma-tini, "as
, h* mounted the deck railing. Stand?
ing upright, he waved a large Amer?
ican flag in a desperate effort to
save the ship by showing that there
were Americans on board. I don't
kr.ow what became of him. I think
he was killed, as he disappeared
The first intimation the passen?
ger? had that the ship was being
shelled, Martini said, was a sound
'.ike a clap of thunder that put a
sudden halt to the music of the or?
chestra. Then another sound wag
heard, a far-off whining sound, fol?
lowed by a ripping noise and a wom?
"At once everybody seemed to un
.iir-.ar.d what was happening," said
Mar.ir.i, "and then pandemonium
A? le from Pasquale Laurino, th?
ff.< ci ?erer*. other native and natur?
al.?ed Arr.ericans is still in doubt, ao
I rdiag to the report of the Italian
FetelgB Office to Arr.baisador Page to?
day. Gu'.sepp? Torrisi was rescue??,
*?u: his srlfa? who was of the Patativ?
'.*?:'.?. ot New York. Is ?till missing.
Vmbas??dor Page <?ets Report.
MM Nelson Page, American An?
bessSJatei to Italy, has received a re
Bet*, from the Britii-h vice-consul at
? regarding the sinking of the ItaU
lea liner Ancona. It is ?tated in ths
icj'irt that the only American bora
person who ?ailed on the Ancona was
Pr. Cecle I., Grell, who is in Tunis.
Ambassador Page, during his call at
the Foreign Ortiee, was also advised of
the torpedoing of the liner Firenje
before the official announcement ?'?g
made public. Thi? incident, following ?
c!>.??>!>- on th? Ancona, ha? mcr?a??4
official and public indignation to aa
The most graphic account of ths
Ancona'? sinking, and the first detailed
stcry by an eyewitne?? is that of Dr,
Cecil? L. Greil, a New York woman,
who was returning from Italy where
she had been organiiing volunteaf
nurse and relief corps for the P.ussian
Red Cross at Bari.
Only through her ability as a gym?
nast did Dr. Oreil escape the fate that
overtook most of the women on the
Ancona. She tried salais to find a
plr.ee ?n ?.ne b'iat.-., hut leers was ne
room. Finally she saved herself by
drcppirg from the deck into a launch,
which had already been lowered to ths
Dr. Greil's story indicates that ths
torpedo which sent the Ancona to ths
hottom was not fired until the steamer
had been riddled by shots from the
guns of the submarine.
Eyewltneaa Story of Attack.
"I wa? in the dining- room of the fir?g
class passengers." Dr. Creil i? quoted
as snying, "chatting with some of th?
rcyagcri when w? hoard .he report
of a cannon. There was great excite?
ment on deck and men were running
1 ere an?l there. I asked the ship's doc?
tor what wa? happening, and he r?t
plied that k? didn't know. Then I want
on deck myself.
"I saw through ? slight fog a ?ub
marine about a hundred yards distant?
It was equipped with two cannon, for?
ward an?, aft, which were being rlr?<t|
rapidly. I went down to my cabin te
get my papers, and th?r? found raj?
n.atd who pleaded with m? to ?ave hen,
A cannon ?hot interrupt*??! our OOOje,