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I VOL. I-NO. 128
phixadelpiiia, Wednesday, jrEimtTAttr 10, iois.
piiioe on-jdj cmrnt '-i
CormtoiiT, lstc, t me Pcstio LitDaiit Courtm.
M'NICHOL MEN HOLD'
COMMITTEE FORT IN
CITY TRANSIT WAR
Varc Represented by Only
Six Men in Body "Which
Will Decide Fate of Ordi
nances in Councils.
One Obstructionist Frankly Ad
mits Ho s Waiting for Orders
From "Follows at tho Front."
Mayoralty Campaign Factor.
A noil of the members of Councils' Fi
nance Commltlco today revealed tho fact
that tho Vnre members of the committee
would be In lino solidly ror
Dhcctbr Taylor's rapid tran
sit program when Chairman
Connelly calls a meeting of
tho committee. This, ho an
nounced, would be within n
Thn McNIchol Councllmcn, It
la shown, will bo lined Up solidly against
the Tnvlor prosrain lor ruui imuu umion.
In political circles It Is generally under-
stood that both sldos have received their
orders anil that thb fight from now on
will be along cicar-cui, uemiuc mita.
Backln? Director Taylor will stand Sena
tor Vafe with the downtown members of
the Finance Committee. On the other
tide Senator McNIchol, who came out In
the open against tho plan yesterday, will
order his men to defy public opinion and
throttle the plan.
In view of Senator JlcXIchors opposi
tion to the Taylor transit program. Senu
tor Varo was naked today what his atti
tude was on the question. , In reply ho
made tho following statemont:
"I stand exactly where I have always
stood-ln favor of rapid transit, and I
want to seo It .worked out In the best
and quickest way."
There are six Va're men. on the Finance
There are 17 McNIchol men on the Fi
nance Committee, thouoh one, of his fol
lowers Intimated today that he would
vote to report the bill out of committee.
This means that unless an. aroused pub
lic forces the McNIchol men to disre
gard the order of their chief the Taylor
iplan will not be considered at the Fi
nance Commltteo meeting, that It will
remain In "pickle," or that a compro
mite, the result of which will be only to
deliy the plan, will, be effected.
The political allegiance of ono mem
ber of the committee s doubtful, but he
la supposed to be' aliened with the .Vares.
H. Is Robert. Smith, of the 36th Ward.
The threat of a higher tax rato 1b a
'neV device. , which Senator Mc.NJqb.ol' wJH
use, In his attempt , to frighten tho people
away from' supporting- Director Taylor's
The, Senator figures out that tho ad
ditional city debt tp provide funds for
transit' development, and other Improve
ments would necessitate an Incrcaso from
ll.CO, the present tax' rate, to $2.50.
This will be the basts of his argument
against the Taylor plan when the Com
mittee on Municipal 'Corporations of the
State Senate, .of which Senator Varo Is
chairman, holds a public hearing on the
Constitutional amendment In the Finance
Committee's room tomorrow afternoon.
Political observers pplnted out signifi
cantly hat the alignment of tho two
tides is virtually the samo as It was in
the last bitterly contested mayoralty
campaign. Using the proposed transit
program for a political football, tho
smouldering factional fires are now about
to brenk out again at tho oxpense of the
Unless a compromise can be reached or
Concluded on Face Seven
PROMOTER, PLEADS GUILTY
Henry A. Merrill, a former director of
the International Lumber and Develop
ment Company, pleaded guilty to the
three bills of Indictment on tho -charge
.of conspiracy before Judge Dickinson In
the United Stntes District Court this
afternoon. He is tho last man of thn
company to be placed on trial, tho other
five officers and promoters are awaiting
sentence following a refusal by the
United States Supreme Court to grant
them a rehearing, Judge Dickinson de
ferred sentence on Merrill owing to the
fact that his attorney. Judge- Ltghtner,
Is u Florida and wjll not return until
March. Ball was fixed at $3000 for his
appearance at that time.
FA I Pv.
Wo have to retreat After assaulting
fOr WCekfl nflHt thn QnH.i- ia fni hlr
lack of consideration for us Door mortals
i. T?na 1uue riRhtfully, too. we take It
m ;tb weattier of tho last few days baa
p1, en so seasonable and agreeable and
gv fUogetiier just as it shoujd be that oven
-. , joe Dtst and moat obstinate of our crlt
Jrt '! centimetres have heen effectively
. '""icea. unero was yesterday in the
u Jrat place. That very nearly put our
1 ZaUlt flndlne tn PnmnlAta rnii nnfr- U
P elieved that H was mora a feint than
fllaiatlsfaction. Today la too rhuch for
..iwever. we propose to-argue no
lurt&er. Just look out the windQW.
, we have to retreat I )
for Philadelphia and vicinity
Fair tonight and Thursday; warmtr
Thursday; light to vioderate variably
For details, seo page S,
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HE WANTS HIS ORDERS
John J. iTcKinlcy, Select Council
man from the 33d Ward, who will
not know how he stands on the
transit bills until he "sees those
fellows at the front about the
matter." He ia a McNichol
Councilman. McNichol openly
opposes the Taylor rapid transit
TRANSIT HEARING TOMORROW
llvcru citizen who xcanls rapid
transit should attend the hearing of
the Bialc Senate Committee on Mu
nicipal Affairs, which will be held
toirtorrow in Councils' Finance Com
mittee room, ATo. -J3G, Cltv Jlall.
The committee will hear the rec
ommendations of Senator McNIchol
and John J. Connelly, chairman of
Councils' Committees on Finance
and Lcnlslallon. Then desire to
change the Constitutional amend
ment adopted by the Legislature of
10tn to increase the city's borrowing
capacity for transit and port Im
provements. They want to amend tho amend
ment, so that thf money obtained
from the increased borrowing ca
pacity could be used for other proj
ects beside those noiu named frnn
All and porf improvements.- J
Amendment of the amendment
would prevchit the city from-Hncreas-ing
Its borrowing capacity from 7
fo 10 per cent, this year.
Should, the slightest , change be
made even to thc.extent oj a single
word the amendment approved by
the last Legislature would fall. The
new amendment then would have to
be passed again by the Legislature
Itcprcscntailvcs of every business
organization will be on hand to op
pose Senator McNichol's plan to
thwart the will of the people for
The meeting' Is open to all citizens.
Tho hour of tho meeting is 2
k If you are for tho Taylor tran
sit plan attend the mooting.
C. H. S. TRACK STARS BEAT
WEST PHILA. HIGH TEAM
Crimson and Gold Athletes Easily
Win Dual Meet.
Central High. School's star track team
had little trouble defeating West Phila
delphia High School's nthlotes in the
Jatter's gymnasium this afternoon. A
big crowd of followers from both schools
Wbs In attendance.
The final score was S1VS to 10M.
Henry, the Crimson and Gold crack
track snmn, surprised tho spectators by
beating out his team-mate, E. Smalley,
in the 15-yard dash, and 'also showing hla
heels to McHnle, the star Central runner,
In the SSO-yard run.
) The summaries follow:
Fifteen-yard daih Won by Ifanrj-, Central
IIIrIi tichoclj aecoml. OS. Smalloy. Central
UlKh Rcliool; third. Aine. West Philadelphia
UIkIi School. Tlm, .S ii-S lecomls,
CUlit hundrn and clrhty yard dash Won by
Hanry, Cciltml llluh school: aeraml. Mcllalv.
Central Ulsh School ; IhJrd. lloruall. Wcit
I'iillortolphla UIkIi School, Time, - mlnutea
1 1-r aronds.
2i0-yard ilosh--Won by A. Smalley. Central
High (school; second, 10. Snlalley, Central Hlsh
School: third, tie, between Guild. Central High
H.-hool. Tilackuit, Central llldh School, Weldel,
Wett Philadelphia High School, and Illghmy.
Weat fhiladelrhU Jllah School. Tlmeja .S
Btandinjr broad lump Won by Ilobertaon,
Central J tilth School; aecond. Btoeckel, Weat
rnuaaeipma. Jinn ecnooi: inira, a. omaney,
Centtal Jllsh School. Distance 0 feet 8 In
Shot put Won by Hutler, Central High
Bciiool: 'second, Riley, Central High School!
third. Deccor. West 1'hlladelphla High School,
Ulatance-31 feet Irchen. ,
440-yard dash Won by A. Smalley, Central
High School! second. Henry, Central High
School; third. Harlan. Weat Philadelphia High
School. Time, I minute 3-5 aecondi.
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WIN GIMBEL GOLF MATCH
Sixteen Couples Compete n Mixed
Fpursome on Indoor Xinks,
The two-ball mixed foursome event
over the Olmbel 'indoor links today
brought out a Held of 16 couples. JMlsa
JIaud Hoffman and 0". B, JIcFarland, Jr.,
were the winners with score of 63,
seven strokes better than George C.
Klauder and Hiss Yorke and Sidney K.
Sharwood and Mrs. W. J. Peck, who were
tied for jecond.
PELL TO REPLAY MATCH
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Injured Kactjueta. Player Will Get
''Into Aetiqn February SO.
C. C. Pell, the New Tork reoijuets play
er who was. Injured at the Racquet Club
two weeks" ago while he and tits partner,
Stanley G. Mortimer, were playing
DwiKbt J". Oavte and J. W. Wear for the
national doubles title, has recovered
from hi accident, a.d, although h will
arry a ear Ok'er ha right eye for life,
the IniUry has not affetd bla eyellght-
As bbi4 H matcl will b ret
TtfM4 ana flaturdaj, bruary ,, VB
"HUMAN JFLY" CRAWLS DP WALLS OF CAMDEN COURTHOUSE
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Several thousand persons crowded the space around the county courthouse in Camden today to sec
H. H. Gardiner, a vaudeville performer, climb up ths sides of the big building unaided, save by his hands,
feet and muscles. He did it. He not only went up the side of the structure, wearing his shoes, too, but
ascended the roof of the sloping dome to the top. The picture,, taken today by an Evening Ledger
photographer, shows how he ascended.
IN FAIRMOUNT PARK
Odd Request for Protection
of Deer Along Wissa
hickon Made to Commis
sion by Theodore Justice.
A professional dog slayer Is wanted
for Falnnount Park.
A request for. such a rifleman was en
tered today by Theodore Justice at the,
meeting of the Park- Commission in City
Hall. Ho said tho deer which tho city
recently placed In Falrmount Park near
Vlssahlckon were being attneked by
Exception to Mr. Justice's proposal was
made by B. T. Stotesbury, whereupon it
was decided to placo tho entire matter
before George Wharton Pepper, counsel
for the comvnlsslon. He will determine
whether or not the city has a right to
employ a rifleman at the park to shoot
The commissioner? opinions on- the
matter n't today's meeting were varied.
Mr Justice, maintained that the employ
ment of a do.K slayer for the noble pur
pose Indicated shodld meet with no op
position, while Mr. Stotesbury contended
lie would have no objection to the Idea
provided the employment of the dog
slayer did not entail any additional com
plications with owners of .slain dogs. The
following colloquy ensued:
Mr. Btotesbury "Who appreciates the
Mr. Justice "I think many appreciate
them. They hav them in the parks
abyoad and .seem to have no trouble In
Mr. Stotesbury-"! seems to me that
the employment of a rifleman might re
sult In complications."
Mr. Justice "We shall have to get an
experienced forest ranger."
Mr. Stotesbury: "Have to get whatT"
Mr. Justice: "An experienced forest
Mr. BtoUsbury: "I thought you said an
experienced fire engine." ,
8. W. Keiths "I am Informed that
some of the deer make themselyaa quite
comfortable In the homes of residents."
Jamea Poljock: "Yes, one of them,
I understand, recently entered the kitchen
of a house and had quite a delightful
Tli 8ltalnu rpi tor order
QftmUm. the matter. f rtferred to
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10,000 SEE DARING FEAT
Man Sits ' Astride Ball on Some of
More man io,w persons in camdemto
dny wrro treated to nn exhibition 'of
skill and nervo nt tho Courthouse, Broad
way and Federal streets, when II. II.
Gardiner, a vaudeville performer, climbed
to the plnncle of the Courthouse dome.
Bitting on the ball crowning tho dome,
with his feet outspread, Qnrdlner Imi
tated the vaudevlllo performer photo
graphed by tho Kve.nino t,KtOKlt last
week, who Juggled balls on the top of
tho Wldener Building, now In course of
Beforn mounting the dome, Gardiner
climbed up tho wall of the Courthouse.
As far as the top of the first floor the
wall is of rough granite blocks and h.o
had no trouble, but above that the blocks
are smodth and ho had to make-his way
by taking n sllg'rtt bold between the
blocks. Several times he nearly slipped.
The demonstration was for' the benefit
of the Salvation Army. Several hundred
dollars was realized In a. collection taken
by the army workers in tho crowd.
JURY HAD STOMACHACHE
Appeal to Judge for Brandy Was
Denied and Case Continued,
Twelve men ore' busy taking Ipecac,
paregoric, blackberry brandy and other
home' remedies for stomachache today.
Monday evening they partook of apple
sauce before retiring- to the Jury room In
City Hall, where they were to spend 'the
night dreaming over a case before them.
Uut they didn't dream. They had night
mares. Sudden and violent pains assailed
them. They called Levi Hart, court crier,
and besought him to fetch some black
berry brandy. Instead he called' Pr. John
Wanamaker, Sd, police surgeon, who pre
scribed for them.
The next morning the Jury flled Into
Judge ' Little's courtroom. The foreman
appealed to the court, but Judge Little
ruled they should have medical'' attention
and no brandy and the case continued. J
The prisoner Harry young, a Negro, was
sentenced to not less than 17 and not more
than 20 years for murder.
The men who composed the Jury were
Kdwaid II. ltyer, te06 Merlon avenue;
Jama Howard. 2701 Annln street: John
Kellett, C01 South ttfth street; Edward Mc
tlarvoy. 8033 North 4th street; Bertram
Archer, me Vine street; William Wyld.
3940 Howard street:- George Iteese. 3011
North llttj street; S. L.. Gab, 2J38 North
Sth street; Frank Hillegas. Ult 71st ave
nue; Victor Pout 6TOT Germantown ave
nue; I-eon GUlep, Slli Opal slret, and
$avid Phelan, 011 Hamilton street-
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l.lrs. bailie McBlroy. 74 yeara old. 1138
murine strMX, was overcome In her
il by cMfttitex ga fiow a radiator.
i was rflayid to Uu. Howard Hossltal.
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PHILA. ELECTRIC CO.
Contract Gives Right to Use
All Unoccupied Space.
Graded Rental . Based
The .long-rumored deal between the
Philadelphia Electric Company and the
Keystone Telephone Company for tho
lease of the lattcr'a conduits was con
cluded this afternoon. President McCall,
of the Philadelphia Electric Company,
made the announcement as follows;
"We have agreed upon the terms of a
contract with the Keystone Telephone
Company of Philadelphia, which gives
.us the .right to use all the duct space
n the Telephone Company's conduits
which they are not using, and to occupy
the same as required by us from time to
time In the extension or operation of our
business. The Telephone Company re
tains the right to use the ducts for Its
own purposes when needed to carry out
Uu obligations and purposes. The ar
rangement Js' one which should be bene
ficial 'to the. general public as well as to
both utility companies, as It produces an
Immediate revenue to the Telephone. Com
pany for du?t space which has .been un
used for a number of years, and It also
makes the same available to the Phila
delphia Electrlo Company for the gen
eral ' purposes of Its business whenever
and wherever such ducts, can, be used In
conjunction with the' present distributing
system of the company.
"Under the terms of the agreement we
are to have the right to the exclusive use
of nl the unused ducts for the purposes
of our business. . Provision Is made far
a graded schedule of minimum rental
payments, the maximum of which It one
hundred thousand dollars (1100,000) for
the first period of 31 years, and at our
option' at an annual minimum of one
hundred thousand dollars (1100,000) for
an additional period of 15 years. We also
have the right to purchase tho conduit
space in use. at the end of the agree
ment at a price to be fixed by at bit ra
tion. If for any reason we cannot Pur
chase tbtse duct, we also have the op
tion to extend the aKreement for a fur
ther period at Jfi year, at ait annual
minimum reutat for this Utter period oi
Aiytdred (r twenty-ay thousand
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TODAY'S BASKETBALL' RESULTS
Germantown High School,
Philadelphia Trade, 2d. ,
Swarthmore High School
Norristown High School
Temple University Girls
Bcachwood School Girls. . .
DUAL INDOOR TRACK MEET
West Philadelphia High School. . .
Central High School 7
Religious Posers and Their
"Philanthropy" Flayed in
Spirited Attack on Mo
nopolists in Business.
"Monopolists Who rob the masses, men
who contribute thousands to hospitals
nnd chnrltlcs and ench year crush out
thousands of lives of children through a
system of child labor, all of whom poso
as respectable. Christian men," got their
"bumps" from "Billy" Sunday In the
tnbernacle this afternoon.
In stinging, words the evangelist de
manded that men stop living good un
Sabbath nnd then "go to the devil the
rest of the week" whllo engaged In their
business. Ho wns prcnchlng on "Positive
Versus Negative Religion." '
"We have produced men whoso private
lives are good, but whoso public lives are
very bad," snld Sunday. "For Instanco.
wc havo produced men who, while they
would not shoot a man with a pistol, will
sit In New York city and, by a. vote in
the board of director!' meeting, sot in
motion forces which ultimately may take
a man's Hfo out on the Pacific coast
months afterward. This condition has
been produced by the idea that It Is neces
sary for a man to run away from tho
world In order to bo good. If n man runs
awny from tho world In order to bo good,
by his very act ho says that religion Is
simply and oiIy a private affair with him
a something labeled for external use
and home consumption only.
PICKPOCKETS" IN MONOPOLIES.
"Mon who would not pick the' pockets
of one man with tho fingers of their
hands will, without hesitation, pick tho
pockets of SO.000,000 people with the fingers
of their monopoly or commcrclul advan
tage. "Men In whose hands tho virtue of
your wife or daughter would bo us safe
as In your own, but who will every year
drive hundreds of cases of virtue over
tho line Into vice by the pressure of
starvation wages which they pay.
"Mon who will gladly draw their check
for $10,000 and glva It to n culld s liospital,
mid seo nothing ridiculous hi tho fact
Concluded on 1'aco Fourteen
MARRIAGE LICENSE FRAUD
Woman Held on Charge of Alleged
A strange tale of how one woman im
personated another woman to secure a
marrlago license developed today in the
hearings before Magistrate Pcnnock In
tho City Hall. Mrs. Kdna Black, of 2tJ
Kast Thompson street, wua being tried
on the charge of forgery and perjury.
Mrs. James Wilson, wife of Mrs. Black's
brother, told the story,
She Is also persecuting her husband on
the charge of nonsupport and desertion.
Mrs. Wilson, who was Miss Margaret
King, ot i&ll Edgemont street, declares
that her bl3ter-ln-law went to City Hall
In December and secured a marriage li
cense under the name of Margaret King.
This license, it Is charged, was used by.
Black when he married Miss King a few
Black Is said to have deserted hla bride
on the day following the wedding.
ills wlfo had him arersted today. When
sho sworo out the warrant It Is said she
Inadvcrerently reluted how her husband
told her he would get his sister to go
with him to procure the license, which sh,e
said was done, It was then tho charge
of perjury and forgery was made against
Mrs. Black. Khe will be given a further
, CAUGHT AFTER A CHASE
Police in Automobile Capture Two
An automobile containing two police
men and several citizens late this after
noon raced for moro than two miles after
a huckster's wagon in which two al
leged thieves were attempting to make
Tho chase, which was witnessed by
hundreds of persons in Qerinantown,
ended at Pcnn street and Wayne' avenue.
William Htddermart, Hyeara lid, of 1938
Roberts avenue, and Rudolph Fried, ZX
years old, of 20tf Rowan street, who were
In the wagon were arrested,
According to the police the prisoners
and a third man stole a purse from the
home of Mrs. P. Murphy, ,of Sl West
Haines street, while she was in the rear
of fno house-
CHILD RESCUED FROM FIRE
Little Girl Carried From Burning
Home by Her Cousiu.
Flve-year'-old Katharine Norton, of 1TW
Alder street, was rescued from her burn
ing homo early today by her cousin. Her
bert McClaln. a , boarder In the hovjs?.
after she had been overcome by Bmoke.
The child -was revived In the home of a
McClsIn was In a room adjoining that
of the aliild, when be noticed smoke com
lug under the door. He found the. little
girl unconselaua la her bed, and staggered
with her to the, street, at tUa came tires
uroualne hvr parents. TVe. fire was aily
eUhguiaad by Mremwu It was confined
te th treat ot llw end floor. About
ft$ dawfsv was dte. '
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CZAR HURLS FOE
BACK TO SECOND
LINE IN HUNGARY
German Losses Enormous inj
22 Assaults on Galicianl
Heights Austrians Axek
Beaten Back at Lupkowi
Unprecedented slaughtor ta reported:;
by Pctrograd in tho Carpathians, whore?
at Kozlown, In Oallcla, 65 miles south-
west of Lcmborp;, tho Austro-aormans'-
wero beaten back 22 times In an at-'
tompt to control tho helghta, and a.O
Bnrtfeld nnd Szvdlnilr, In Hungary
soutii of tho Lupkow Pass, whoro thes
Austrian defenders Buffered heavily
under a fierce Hussion offensive, andil
wero forced back to tholr second lino 5
of defenses. Austria maintains that'i
tho Russian offensive in at least one'J
section of tho Carpathlana has bceri
broken down and that tho Czar Is re
treating from Bulcowina.
Russian reckoning sets the German?
losses at 50,000 In tho bIx Hays' battled
of BorJImow, where the foo mado a;
headlong- onslaught against "Warsaw.1?
Thi3 total Is based1 on nn inspection C3
tho battlefield along the Bzura nridJ
Rawka Rivers, according to a. Fotro;
grad dispatch to London'. The Russians
ofTlclal report states the losses at "teniil
A slight gain for the French troopsj
in Lorraine is claimed In an offlclall
communique Issued In Paris today. It
says that northdast' of JIanonvlllcr a :
Frcncji detachment rolled back theft
Germar) posts. .,
Fighting on the western front, woa
confined jronerally tb artillery' combats!'!
which were of particular violence on'
tho Alsne front- nnd Champagne.
Turkish r.dvanco guards have crossed 3
tho Suez Canal, according to Constant
ttlnoplo official reports, but are await
ing the mnln army before giving uat-'
tlo to the British. A British warsUlpi
was'tlnmaged on the canal, says that
AUSTRIANS BACK TO SECOND
TRENCH LINE IN HUNGARY-1
'Russians Inflict Heavy Xosses inj
Xmpkow Pass Action.
PKTnOGRAD. Feb, 10. The battles for,j
the slopes ot tho Carpathians and the ,
passes which command tho fertile Hun-vi
garian plains are being waged with Ji
desperation that Is unprecedented. The
mpuntalnsidca are strewn with dead and
dying. If the Russians win they wilt be !
able to retain their holdings In Bukowlim .
and nlso to attempt an Invasion In forc4''
of Hungary. If they ore forced to re-j
tlr they will simply fall' bick on their
strongly Intrenched positions la Oallchvl
and northern' and eastern Bukowlna.
At Bartfeld nnd Rxvldnlk, In Hungary.
the attacks of the Germans have been- re'
pulsed with heavy tosses, nnd n thecre- .
glon of Lupkow Pass they have been a
driven back on their second line, the
Russians capturing 63 officers, 62O0 men,
IS machine guns nnd a large quantity of
50,000 GERMANS REPORTED
SLIN, IN WARSAW BATTLEJ
Casualties Enormous in lleadlong-J
Onslaught, According to Report
LONDON". Feb, 10. ,1
German losses before Warsaw and';
Austo-uerman losses In southern Oallcla
beyond tho Tucholka Pass and tn Hiin-V
gary south of Lypkow Pass have beehs
of a magnitude without precedent It the
war, according to advices received here, ;.J
T"e correspondent of the star says:
fTha Russians have now inspected the '
hAtflpnitM nn thn T1,lm ami TTiuIra .lu...
hftturjn nmtlYllnn antl TtnllrvmW nli.M - 1
six-day battle ended on Sunday In a Orr-
man rout. They estimate, from the bodies
thus found, that the .Germans lost M.coo
dead. The German attack was the last-1
headlong onslaught that was mada nn n
the Russian defense line in central Po J
land." ' fl
The Fetrograd official report covering
the battle of Boriimow states th.it th.'
Gertnans lost by "the tens of thousands" ,3
ana eisewpero mai toe foe's casualties:!
in tne uarpatntans were "unprecedented,
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