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CASTLE OF RELICS,
; BARONESS CHARGES
EVENING 'LBI)6BR-?HILADBLbHbsj;Ujli!.SiAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 191J.
Kaiser's Son Personally Led
Plunder of ArcheologicaJ
Collection of Baron de
Baye, Is Accusation.
BORDEAUX, Sept 29.
The German Grown Prince personally
plllsiecd a vatunblo nrchcologlcal collec
tion nt tho home o Baroness Do Bayo,
during the two days that ho made his
hendiuartcre nt nor cnateau near Champ
ru Ucrt, according to a letter from tho
Baroness which waa published In tho
Matin. .. . -
Tlie collection waB mado by Baron De
Ilaic during 23 years of his travels In
the Caueausus. it included arms, Jewels,
medals and vases, and also presents from
Baroness Do Bayo declares that tho
C 1 czar and Czarina In tho chapel of tho
t Wi rlinleaU
"My husband had a splendid archeo
Joglcat museum," said the Baroness.
"When tho Germans took possession of
the estate, tho Crown Prince smashed all
the glass cases with the butt of his re
volver. The Jowels that suited him ho
put Into his pocket. Gold cups and other
rare and valuable articles wcro carried
oir. Soldiers wcro called In to pack vases,
tapestries and other articles that took
the fancy of the Crown Prince.
"Owing to tho speed with which tho
Germans retreated they wcro compelled
to lcavo behind much of their loot.
"Just beforo they left they tore down
signed portraits from tho Russian Czar
and Czarina and trampled them under
MOVE ON GERMANY
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ONE OF AUTO BUSSES PROPOSED FOR CONTEMPLATED BROAD STREET LINE
Continued from rage 1
railroad station on tho way to Tarnow,
has already been captured.
It Is now apparent that the movement
through Galtcla Is tho main ortcnslvo
of the Russian army. It developed to
day that Grand Duke Nicholas, tho commander-in-chief,
Is with tho forces there,
vihlch number more than 1,000,000 men.
The armies, proceeding along tho
parallel lines of railway, aro movlnp
rapidly westward. "With all tho six
Carpathian passes occupied by Russian
troops and with strong forces on the
Hungarian plains just south of theso
points all danger of a possible flanking
movement has been avoided. Conse
quently there is now nothing to retard
The pursuit by tho Russians of the
Austrian army in Gallcia Is compared by
the military experts hero with General
Kutozoff's pursuit of Napoleon's nrmy
from Moscow In 1812, and General Grant's
harrjing chaso of Lee's army In tho
civil uar In 1S6S.
The victorious Russian forces have al
ready traversed more than half of tho
route from Przomysl to Cracow and the
latter Is now only four days' march dis
tant. The northern Russian column Is mov
Ins much inoro rapidly than the south
ern one This is believed here to Indi
cate they expect the Austrian retreat,
when It comes, to be toward the south,
and the army moving In that direction
ttlll be able to cut otf their retreat.
0SSARY MAID WIMS AfiAIN
California Entry Captures Running
Rnce nt Trenton Fair.
TniJ.N'TOX. Sept ).-Tho second clay's
racing at tho annual Trenton State Fair
resulted In another victory for the Cali
fornia entry. Ossary Maid, who nv-
perlenced little or no opposition in tho
runnlns race at 4'i furlongs. Trouble
some captured tho 2:19 paco In straight
heats, while Fljlng Feet's triumph In
the 2:19 trot was almost as easy.
First rimnlllCT race. 41A fiirlmu-s nnmn
1150. welsht 115 pounds Ossary Maid. h.
f., on; Leila, b. f.. second: Joev Mar
quette, b. c, third. Ivo Marquette also
ran. Time. ZSK. Winner mvnpil lv n r
REPORT VILLA DEAD
BY ASSASSIN'S HAND
Continued from Page 1
our dear brothers to cease tho hostile
attltudo of tho division of tho north as
soon as you, In an outburst of patriotism
and self abnegation, turn over tho su
preme command to tho Incorruptible
Liberal, Fernando Iglcslas Calderon, who,
by his talents, energy and clean ante
cedents, will bo a guaranty for tho
fruits of our revolution. lie will know
how to lead the republic In the paths of
honor and glory nnd will never prove a
traitor to the Ideals of real democracy.
"General Villa has declared categori
cally that tho wholo of this division (tho
nrmy of tho north) wilt uphold tlrmly
Senor Iglcslas, and In a burst of high
patriotism General Villa has already an
nounced to tho world that none of his
generals aspires to tho presidency of the
republic, nor the vice .presidency. This
Is so In trnnsltory or permanent sense."
The telecram was signed by 15 generals
on the- staff of General Villa, Including
General Felipe Angeles. Eugcnlo Bena
vldes, Raoul Madcro and Callxto Con
trerns. Tho publication of this telegram here
created a sensation.
Genera! Alvaro Obregon and the other
followers of Carranza, who were sent to
treat at oneo with Villa's representatives,
nre believed to be in Asuas Callontes:
but this conference Is separate and dis
tinct from tho big convention called for
next month. It will probably be held
on October 5.
Military preparations aro still going
foiwnrd, and General Carranza now has
a strong nrmv In tho Held to oppose Gen
eral Villa's division of tho North.
PREDICT EARLY SETTLEMENT
Results at Havre de Grace
two stOO-Lohcnm-ln, 109, Falfhrothcr. N-'.
iJifcin!!i ""Rer nordon, 101. lllehtmlrc.
iV,,.5"1 6;?' ,hlri1- Tlme- I'M -''. Pharaoh.
t. !?' .r.'- reK Hum ay. Coontcr, MnMer
n. I1'?' Merdecal, Hooth, Krcl Ixsvy, Heart
at. h i lip also ran.
u .on',' raPe" steepl'hafe. mnlilen. 'i-yeir-liumi1
iVi" A"rs :m- ahout ,no mllos-
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JS?,,'J. MeCIaln, 20-1. 5-1. 7-.'., third. Tlnif.
ItaiMccuK, nlnsmarshall, AbcrfeMy
81ttra et.,lan;,!ran' 2-car-oMi. ?.-.no nd.le.l.
eat ftnn Dr. Uirr ck, 101. Rhuttlncer. i-l
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Bn m r V "ani:icap. all aKe. J700 aililwl.
cut in B, llJ0 ar'J'-Amalen Cahey. Vl-lo
is-nna on Ambrose, ' teanl). R-l, 2-1. 4-1.
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Constitutionalists at Washington
Think Carranza Will Yield to Villn.
AVASIMNGTON, Sept. 29. Members of
the Constitutionalist party here have In
formation, It was stated today, upon
which they base belief, amounting to
conviction, that the Vllla-Carranza 'split
will he healed within IS hours. Retire
ment of Carranza as first chief and also
as a potential candidates for President
a complete capltnulatlon to Villn's de
mands will bo the solution, It is under
stood. "There will be no war," said one mem
ber high In Constitutionalist circles today.
Postponement of the Torreon conference
set for October 1, until Villa's and Car
ranz.i's "peaco eomml..Moiiers" settle the
personal differences of their leaders, was
lumoieil here today. All information
pointed to scleetlon of Fernando Iglaslas
C.ildjron, a Vlllalsta, as Cartahz.i's prob
Zapata's piotest to General Funston
against surrendeiing Vera Cruz to a
Carranza repie?eutative complicated peace
pluns. Ofliclals also viewed with appre
hension the warlike attitude to Zapata
and other revolts of petty chieftains
against both Cnnanza and -Villa. Pos
sibility of bilgandiign and spotadlo revo
lutlonary movements weio tho unfavoi
ab.o surface indications.
Continued from Fnin 1
morrow until October 7, Inclusive, and
New York wins during this period, tho
standing of tho clubs will be:
Club. "W. L. Pet.
Boston SS 65 .675
New York 83 66 .571
This Is the first time tho Boston club
has won tho pennant In the National
League since 1S93. This being the case,
the meeting between the Athletics and
the Braves will bo the first world's series
In which a Boston National League over
competed under the present rules. Frank
G. Saleo was the leader of the Braves
when they .won the pennant In 1S33.
During tho 39 years of tho National
League's existence Boston has now won
the pennant nine times. Chicago alone
has outdistanced Boston In the number
ot pennants won. The Windy City club
has captured tho bunting 10 times.
Tho years In which Boston won tho
flag, with the managers of the winning
1877 Harry AVright
1S78 Harry Wright
1883 .'.....John F. Morrill
1M)1 Frank G. Selee
1S92 Frank G. Selee
1893 Frank G. Selee
1897 Frank G. Selee
189S Frank G. Selee
1914 George Stalllngs
Beforo the formation of the National
League In 1876, Boston had a club In the
old National Association, which played
fiom 1871 to 1875, Inclusive. During those
flvo years Boston won tho pennant four
times, coming forth victorious In 1872-73-74-75.
Harry AVright was manager dur
ing each of those seasons.
BRITISH WARSHIP JOINS
ATLANTIC PATROL FLEET
American Ports Under Scrutiny., f or
NEW YORK, Sept. 29.-Steamshlp cap
tains arriving hero today reported thnt a
British dreadnought has joined the small
fleet of British and French cruisers that
hus kept watch on New York harbor for
A battleship was recently Been off Sandy
Hook, and the captain of tho Norwegian
sicamsnip Agcroen, just In, reports sight
lug another British cruiser oft the New.
GERMAN DIPLOMAT ASKS
U. S. FOR PROTECTION
Requests Guarantee of Safe Conduct
WASHINGTON, Sept. 29.
Chargo von Cahtleberg, of the German
Embassy, iciiiented the State Depart
ment this afternoon to glvo him papers
guaranteeing him safe conduct across
the Atlantic Otean to Germany
The SMite Department conferred with
tho British Ambassador about it, but no
decision was reached.
HOPE OF PEACE IN COLORADO
Settlement of Great Coal Strike Be
lieved to Be in Sight.
WASHINGTON. Sept. 29.-SettIemcnt of
the great coal strike In Colorado Is In
sight. It is believed. II. Davlcs, a repre
sentative of the coal mine owners, called
at the White House today and had a
long talk with President Wilson, the
exact tenor of which neither the Whlto
House ior Mr. Davles would divulge.
It was understood, however, that new
overtures were made to the Administra
tion, qf such a nature that the President
was Inclined to yield his three years'
truce plan to nccept the proposal.
It was sold that Mr. Davles insisted as
a fit st move In the proposed program
that the Federal cavalry be withdrawn
from the district. This, It was reported,
tho President refused to do, fearing that
a renewal of tho civil war would be tho
Aged Man Stricken on Street
Richard J. Williams, a retired lawyer,
5413 Tacoma stieet, Germantown, was
stilcken with a heart attack on Get
mautown avenue below Chelten avenue,
late this afternoon. Ho was taken to
tho Germantown Hospital. Ills condition
is serious. Mr. Williams Is 84 jcars
Results nt Toronto
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to l i ". '.""v .'Ti'Tl'lom hi. I evw
point 'i ,' ', out 'n: Colonel Fred 10T,
J,v no r,.V rn. i '" - -ml l-ouls
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FACTIONS PROPOSE TO FIGHT
Villa Brigade Occupies Point on Rail
road Between Torreon nnd Saltlllo,
CHllU'AHl'A, Mex., Sept. 29.-Tho
forces of tho rival factions of the Mexi
can Constitutionalist party aro rapidly
closing In and an actual clash Is paid
to be Imminent, desplto tho fact that
negotiatloni) for an adjustment of the
illffeiencos between Genet. il Villa and
Fltst Chief Carranza aro being pushed.
Patedon, a junction point on tho rail
road betwien Torreon nnd .Sultilli).
has been occupied by n Vllllstn brigade
of 5000 men, commanded by Genet nl
Maclnvlo Htrteta, and Zacatocas, head
ctiaiters of tho central military zone,
has surrendered to Genet al Eugenic
A k u lire Benavldes without a light. This
places the to armies within striking
distance of S.tltilln and Aguns Callentea,
both btrons CartHtiza positions.
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GERMANS EXPECT VICTORY
WITHIN ONE MORE WEEK
Allies' Resistance Slowly is Weaken
ing, Berlin Alleges.
BERLIN. Sept. 29 (via wireless through
Sayville, L. I.).
Repot ts received here directly from the
front say tho high German military offi
cials directly In charge of the campaign
in Fiance predict the Germans will break
through the allied lines within the next
week. The resistance Is said to be slowly
slackening nt several points.
That ninny of tho wounded who might
be saved aro helng sacrificed through
the scarcity of doctors at the front was
the statement made today by the sur
geon in ennrge or a hospital train from
Only at night Is It possible to make
any attempt to gather up the wounded,
according to the stories told by soldiers.
Then, if tho slightest noise Is made the
rapid-fire guns Immediately nre trained
on those who are carrying off the
wounded, and many are themselves
Tho morale of the troops continues ex
cellent, tho surgeon In charge said, nnd
they nre constantly buoyed up by the ex
pectation of ultimata victory.
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Results at Louisville
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DENOUNCE MEXICAN EVILS
Catholics Adopt Resolutions Protest
ing Against Outrages on Religion,
IlALTl-MOUE. Sept. 29 -Denouncing In
ttrntig turns (he alleged outrages perpc
tiated on the tcligious in Me.vlco. and
appalling tn the Government at Wash.
Ington to do all It could to Mop tho cruel
wiongs. ,i resolution was passed today by
thu Ciinventloii of Ametlean Federation
of Catholics In esalim here.
A commlltuo left here this nfternoon to
tuhe the lesolutlou to Washington, where
it will be pu up to the countrj's leaders.
Including President Wilson.
Twenty thousand Catholic, with Catdl
nal Uilibons an uiu' of tho chief figures,
were in Hue In the big parade held this
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U.S. OFFICER WHO CENSURED
GERMANY RESIGNS POST
Case of Medical Corps Lieutenant
Now Considered Closed,
WASHINGTON. Stpt 29
Tlie reslsnatlon of Lieutenant Luls
Ltvlngkton Seaman, of the Army Mul- ,
leal Corp, one of the uuarrveta uith
the Iloil Cross abroad, today nachud
-'ti-tur of Wur (J.utlsuii I
P-tiMUoe Doctor Seaman s rtnignatlou
uiui-dated PiuM nt Wils-.tiB demand I
for an eplatritlon of his unneutral
ttntenKJits abroad Secrctury Garrison I
stated tb resignation would be accepted
They Saved $75
A fire insurance agency needed a counter
and a couple of filing cabinets.
They had about decided to have the counter
made by a local carpenter, at a cost of $175,
when a Library Bureau salesman dropped in.
He showed them that for $150 they could buy
a counter composed of L. B. filing cabinets,
cupboards, etc., as shown above.
He got the order. The insurance men got a
better counter and got it right away.
Result: $75 in money saved ($25 on the
counter and $50 for the filing cabinets which
they did not have to buy),besides considerable
floor space. And if the insurance men move,
they can take the counter-hight units with
Do YOU need a counter?
Manufacturing dUtributort of
Card and fillnu ystenu. Unit cablnett in wood nd steel.
910 Chestnut St Philadelphia
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'BUS TO RUN ON CITY
STREETS PLACED ON VIEW
Gasoline-propelled Vehicle Mny Ply
on Broad and. Market thoroughfares.
A big yellow bu, similar to 40 that
the United Traction Improvement Com
pany hopes to have running on tho streets
within a few months, was on exhibition
today In City Hall Square nnd In the
' Tho United Traction Improvement Com
pany has asked Councils for a franchise
to run Its 'buses cast nnd west on Mar
ket street and north nnd south on Ilroad
street. No action has yet been taken
by Councils. ,
The cars will seat perrons Inutile and
on the roof, They aro 21 feet long and
are propelled by gapollnc and lighted by
electricity. Tho cars can reach a Bpeed
of U miles nn hour,
Walter C. Mclntlre, president ot the
company, stated thnt If tho franchise was
granted, the fare would be six tickets for
Italian Ambasndor nt Capital.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 20.-Count Mncrht
dl Cellerc, tho new Ambnssitdoi to th7j
unttea amies rrom Italy, colled at tho
State Department today to announce his
arrival In tho capital. Ho will visit the
NOW SHOWN IN THIS CITY
New Invention Records Telephone
Conversation of Both Parties.
Jn his efforts to perfect the telephone
by moans of the phonograph, Thomas A.
Kdlson has Invented the telescrlbc, an
Instrument which records the conversa
tion of bcth parties. Nelson C. Dun-ami,
of the Edison factories at Orange, N. J
was In I'lilladelplia this afternoon demon
strating tho new machine at 825 Arch
street. The tclescrlbe i Inclosed In n
box with Its own batteries, and operates
In connection with a dictating machine.
To make a vcrb-ttlm tecord of a tele
phone conversation, tho telephone re
ceiver Is triken from the hook and placed
In tho socket ot tho tcloflct-lbe. While
the tclcscrlbi really become nn exten
sion of the telephone, none, of the wires
ot1 connections uro used.
The person using tho telephone token
up a small receiver from tho Hide of tho
telescrlbe, which ucts as an cat piece,
and talks In the usual manner. The wax
record will give a phonugtiiphlc record
ot the con vet Ration. Mr. Edison's In-
iVTCOY APPOINTED JUDGE
0j DISTRICT SUPREME COURT
New Jersey Member of .Congress Will
Go On the Bench at Washington.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 29. Rcprercnla
tlvo Walter Irving McCoy, of New Jer
sey, this nfternoon was named by Presi
dent Wilson as Judge ot the Supremo
Court of tho District of Columbia.
Mr. McCoy Is a Democratic member of
Congres "rom the Ninth New Jersey dis
trict. He Is n resident of East Orange,
and was born at Troy, N Y,, December S.
1S39; was ginilunted from Harvard Col
lege In IW! and from Harvard Law School
In 1&S0, eiilctlng on the practice ot law
In tho courts of Now York in the lnttor
year. Ho has since followed ills profes
sion in New York city. Ho wna a dele
gate to the Demoernlli- National Con
ventions of lDOl nnd IW was elected to
Congress In 1310 nnd le-elcctcd.ln 1912.
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resnects Th L . V"1' , p?y '.Vs tentlon Is to UK. the new Instrument t-i
respects, rhe Ambassador and fam y , . .. , , , , , . , ,,
nnd a retinue of secretaries nnd servants rnlso tho l'HI"-tanct-' of a t'-lephone call
came from New York last night. ' to that of n signed letter.
MISS MORGAN COMING HOME
NEW YOItK, Hept. ffi.- V letter ro
celved today ftom Elsie de Wolfe, tho
ntlreHM, ftom Itetmes, France, under date
of September II, siivh the ilepartttte of
herself and Miss Anno Mot gnu, daughter-
i of tho late J. I'lnrpont Morgan, had been
itplaycd on account of Mlt.s Morgan's
Miss De Wolfe said her companion hnd
l recovered, and that they weto about to
plnrt fot Havre on their way to this
Store Opens 8.30 A. M.
Store Closes 5.30 P. M.
The Grand Orran Plays Tomorrow ni Q. and 5:15
ew, Distimidtihre Jewelsry
for the Fall
Retktifated Plantieniiinni Jewelry ami
Brooches In polished and French gray finished pSat
set with diannooios and calibre cut
Diamonds and OrienitRi pearl
French bow fcnotfs.
Diamond necfolaeeg for tSae
Black onyx nets with plati
Loo.se links in green gold, en
gine tJwrned or engraved.
Wanamaker Elgin thin mod watches with hrequget
dial, with or without mwpoaS figures,
Fflexibie bracelet watches with iM or rotary hojrj
ers; some huve center link Socks.
(Jowlry Store, .Vote ftoor, rii(rwfflf&
A distinctive new showing of fine Bag Sish h!H fwr
niture, newly received from London, This eolation in
eludes a few very rare olci pieces.
(Sitk FIoqf, CkoiUut)
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