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ALLIES CUT OTTOMAN
LINE BETWEEN SMYRNA
AND THE DARDANELLES
Troops and Guns Broken
by Destruction of Great
Railway Bride Anglo
French Take Heights.
Foe's Trenches Captured in As
sault Against Left Wing Near
Air Burnu, Constantinople
Declares Battalion of In
vaders Annihilated on Penin
sula. LONDON, Mny 7.
T Turkish lino of communication bo
twpt Smyrna and tho Dardanelles, over
whloh tho Turks wore transporting troops,
guns and supplies, has been cut by the
destruction of a railway bridge by Tlrlt
Ish aviators operating from the Anslo
Fronch (loot. It Is stated In a dispatch
from Athens today.
A telegram to the Dally Mall says:
"Tho allied troops, after n. series of
short engagements In which tho Turks
lost heavily, captured the helghta facltiR
Goufiln Dero fort on tho Galllpoll penin
sula. Theso heights lie four miles west
of Kllld Dahr and thotr possession ptom
lses the speedy reduction of Souain Hero,
which covors Kllld Bahr."
CONSTANTINOPLE, May 7.
The annihilation of a battalion of tho
Allies' troops by Turks In tho fighting
on tho Dardanelles Is announced In tho
following ofI)clal statcmont Riven out
"In tho Dardanelles fighting an enemy
battalion was annihilated on May .". As
a result of our attack against tho Allies'
left wing, near Avl nurnu, part of their
strong entrenchments woro takon. More
than 100 rifles and ono machine gun wcro
taken. In our operations on the night
of May 5 against Scd-El-Halir the Turku
inflicted heavy losses upon the English.
Thrco machine guns and a quantity of
ammunition woro captured. Altogether
wo captured 10 machine guns,"
TEUTONS WIN FIGHTS
AT TARNOW AND DUKLA
Continued From Fage One
considered the Itusslan second line, was
tho Important ono from the Austro-Ger-man
Progress on tho northern hnlf of the
Oallclan front, tho Tarnow region, has
been slower than In the south. The Rus
sians held dosr-erntely to Tarnow and
o. Mountnln a fortified crest MOO to
1000 feet high between the Ulala nncl
Duna'Jcc Rivers to enable them to get
great quantities of stotes accumulated
behind Tarnow nway and covrr the re
tirement of the nrmles to the southward.
Tho Russians fortified the mountain
until It became a veritable Gibraltar, but
the Austrlans attacked It with desperate
Tho heaviest artillery was employed
In these operations. Tho 42-contlmoter
(17-Inch) mortars In action were, how
ever, not tho noted German guns, but
of Austrian make.
Thonusalan forces havo been In full
retreat since dawn of May G and are being
closely followed by the Austrian Car
pathian army, according to ofllclal ad
vices reaching here.
Field Marshal von Iloetzendorf's plan
Is working out with precise regularity.
Confidence Is expected by headquarters
that tho principal portion of the Russian
third army, under General Rudko Dlml
trleff, which Is attempting to defend
positions In tho Carpathians to tho west
of Lupkow Pass, cannot make good its
DUKLA PASS IN TEUTON
HANDS, BERLIN REPORTS
Slav Resistance Breaks Down on
West Bank of Wisloka.
BERLIN, May 7. German forces In
tho Carpathian regions have gained con
trol of tho bitterly contested Dukla Pass,
the War Office announces. Its state
ment Is as follows:
"We not only forced a crosslr.jr of tho
Wisloka at several points, but (Irmly put
our hands on the Dukla Pass, the road
nd the place.
"In Western Gallcla rear guards of tho
retreating enemy offered a desperate re
sistance to the allied troops under Gen
eral August von Mackensen, which broke
down on tho heights on the left bank of
the Wisloka River, above and below tho
mouth of the Ropa River."
JOSEPH R. KEIM
Veteran Wool Merchant Succumbs
After Illness of a Year.
Joseph R. Kejm, founder of J, R. Kelm
Company, Incorporated, one of the largest
woolen manufacturing concerns In the
country, died at his home, 1030 Spring
Garden street, this morning from heart
He had been 111 for the last year and
had been on the verge of death for a
week. He died at 7 o'clock this .morning
Just before his grandson, II. Kelm Mar
Till, reached his bedside. Mr, Kelm, who
Tas ti years old, was fold to be the old
est woolen merchant In the country, hav
ing established his business In 188, The
present concern is at Allegheny avenue,
Hancock and Macher streets, Kensing
ton, Although Mrs. Kelm resigned as
president of the company more than 13
years ago, he took an active interest In It,
as he was one of tho foremost author
ities on woolen fabrics In the city.
Ho married the daughter of Thomas
Holloway, owner of the first shipyard on
the Delaware River. He Is survived by
o. daughter, Mrs. Kate R. Marvlll, 1931
Bprlng Garden street, a grandson, H,
Kelm Marvlll, IJpsat street and Wayne
avenue, vice president of the J. B. Kelm
Company, and granddaughter, Mrs, John
H. Hubbs, 6t!H Wayne avenue.
He was a member of the Unlon'League
anq a member of the Central North
Broad Street Presbyterian Church.
The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock
Monday, at 1330 Spring Garden street, and
Interment will be In Laurel HIM Cemetery,
Houston IIsIl Lectures Tonight
Vnder the auspices of the provost and
trustees. Professor Ku,no Meyer, of the
University of Berlin, will lecture tonight
on ''Ancient Irish Poetry" at Houston
HaJJ University of Pennsylvania. Pro
fessor Meyer will be followed by George
M. Trevelyan, of Cambridge, England,
who will speak on "Seryla and Southern
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Italian peace terms
REJECTED BY AUSTRIA
Continued From I'wte One
dcclnro that acceptance of the Italian de
mands are Incompatible with tho dignity
Martial law Is reported to havo been
declared In all the Italian provinces of
Austria and Italian residents arc ald to
bo crossing tho frontier In large numbers.
Tho Italian Cabinet met today to con
sider the latest Austrian noto-a com
munication setting forth, with definite
finality, the altitude of Hmperor Francis
Joseph's Government. At the same time,
It was reported that the Foreign Offlco
had bct!un to draft n note to tho Powers
Justifying Italy's entrance Into tho wnr
on tho side of the Allien.
Long beforo the Cabinet assembled a
great crowd had gathered outside tho
palace. As each member entered ho wag
greeted with cheers. There, was obvious
anxiety on the part of the populoco to
leurn the result of tho delliierauons, ns
It wttfl felt thnt the llnal decision could
not long bo postponed.
Just prior to the Cabinet meeting, at
which Premier Snlanndia presided. It
was reported Hint tho Government had
decided to postpone the opening of Pallia
input on May 12.
Itnly has boon warned of the conse
quences of entering tho war on the side
of the Allies Telegraphing from Berlin,
to which ho had tuturncd after an in
spection of both battle fronts, tho Kaiser
notified Prince von Iluelow thnt the Eng
lish troops In tho West are useless, and
that within a fortnight tho Russians will
be driven out of Gallcla. Ilaly was
warned, under direct Instructions from
tho Kaiser, that Austria's causo Is Ger
many's, and that Austria's enemies must
bo Germany's Because of this, should
Italy come Into the wnr sho will be op
posed by a gienl Gorman army.
Tho Itnllnn Government continues Its
wnr preparations The nrmy Is concen
trated at strategic points. The fleet Is
ready for nctlon, nnd the first thing to
ho done after war Is declnred will bo
tho gazetting of the Duko of tho Abruzzl
ns commander-in-chief of tho roynl fleet.
The Government has Issued a roynl de
cree, authorizing the suspension of tele
graph and telephone service without
Tho railway administration hns nn
no'inced tho suspension of 10 passenger
trains on tho main lines. While no In
formation Is forthcoming, It Is under
stood thu action was taken to fncllltnte
the movement of troops nnd munitions of
war to the concentration bases.
Tho Cabinet met again today. It was
announced thnt the question under con
sideration was the Parliamentary pro
gram, but this statement was not taken
Austria hns apparently given up all
hope of averting a conlllct with Itnly.
An uncensorcd dispatch from Vienna re
ceived hero nnnounces thnt tho proposed
mission of Count Goluchowskl, former
Austrian Minister of Foreign Affairs,
who was expected to reach Uomo yes
terday, has been nbandoned. It has been
believed that Count Goluchowskl was to
be tho bearer of Austria's reply to Italy's
demand for a elenr statement of the
position of tho dual monarchy regarding
tho cession of territory to Italy In re
turn for continued neutrality.
The abandonment of this mission is
Interpreted hero to mean that Austria ,
realizes thnt It would be useless and
that even an offer of further concessions
to Italy would be powerless to prevent
tho armed intervention of this country
on tho side of the Entente Powers. Tho
rupture of Austro-Itollnn diplomatic ro- j
Irttlmis In nnw rnpnrrlpfl n inpvltnhli. mill .
t.i , t-. .. i i..! i '
laiiuus IB liu ruKHraeii n uieyiiumv it m ,
kely to occur not later than May 12.
It Im ,,neetort thnt thn Austrian renlv to I
Italy's peremptory demands will be com- !
munlcatcd in tho usual way through tho
Foreign Minister Sonnino hnB pre
pared a long statement for publication
tho moment Italy Joins tho Allies, In enso
she ho should decide. This statement It)
designed to Justify Italy's action beforo
It sots forth tho historical, rnclnl, eco
nomic and strategical rensons Inllucneing
the nation, and dwells upon tho "In
tolerable position" of Itnly In the Adriatic
and on her eastern frontier.
All tho carabineers nnd customs guards,
who In Italy are attached to the army,
havo been called to the colors, and all
military leaves of absence havo been
The frontier of Italy on tho Austrian
sldo has been strongly fortillcd. All tho
pnssos are protected with intrenchmeiits
and wlro entanglements. Concrete has
been used In a number of places In tho
erection of barricades for tho protection
of tho soldiers.
The Government has sent a sharp note
to Turkey, questioning the truth of tho
report that Turkish officers now com
mand tho rebels at Tripoli.
All of the correspondents of tho Aus
trian and German nowspapers have sent
their fnmllles home. It Is said thnt tho
reason the Austrian and German mem
ber of religious orders nnd ecclesiastical
students departed Wednesday night was
because of a suggestion from the Vatican.
It was felt that their presence In Ttome
nt this time would be a real menace.
BERLIN SEES flRAVE DANGER
IN AUSTRO-ITALIAN CRISIS
Officials Refuse to Abandon Hope for
BEKLIN, May 7 (via The Hague).
German officialdom refuses to abandon
hope for a peaceful settlement of the
Austro-Itallan crisis. No attempt, how
ever, Is mado to disguise the seriousness
of the situation. The chief hope Is that
Italian ofllclals who have tried to do
business with each side, will be Influenced
by tho Italian pledges to the Triple Alli
ance and will accept the Austrian con
cessions which, It Is declared, are almost
o.b great as Italy could hope to secure,
even though she was able to prosecute a
Tho Lokal Anzelger, In an Inspired edi
torial discussing the situation, says:
"Despite the undeniable seriousness of
the situation, slight possibilities exist,
even at this late day, that we will be
able satisfactorily to overcome the great
difficulties In the way of a peaceful set
tlement." The Tageblatt says:
"While there Is no new development
pointing toward Improvement, It Is also
true that nothing has happened which
points to a change for the worse.
YPRES BATTLE NOW ARTILLERY
DUEL, FRENCH REPORT
Official Parte Statement Says Fight Is
PARIS, May 7,
The great battle between the Germans
and Allies on the Yprea front, Jn West
Flanders, has resolved Itself into an ar
tillery duel, It Is stated In an ofllclal
communique Issued by the French War
Another violent artillery duel Is raging
on the VauquoU front.
now. Wi steam. prt
and tor for 1 In
urine alot mothi,
nre and tacft.
Se Peace) Service
6- K corner Droad and
tu. IdAllzlnv Af the T.lh.
Jit. Vernon at."Tbe Idoliilns of the Lib
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BRIDGE NEAR TOUL
Photo by Mmlem.
The ripped-tip rnilwny tracks arc shown hnnging in the nir like
threads. This is one of the jrroat onRinccrinfr works that re
quired months nnd years to build ruined by "military necessity"
in a second.
TWO BRITISH LINERS
Candidate and Centurion Sunk
Off Irish Coast by German
Raiders Crews Saved.
LONDON', May 7.
Two more British liners have been
claimed as victims by German (Uibma-
Iii09. They lire the Candidate, 3S.-.S tons,
and the Centurion, .VM3 tons. Both wore
torpedoed near Conlnglicg lightship, oft
the eo.ist of Ireland, southeast of Water
ford, on ThtiiMlay.
The crews uf botli vessels wero saveu
rruc. utiina nf.. nu'iird liv flip 1 tnrrlxon
t , ' F tv or Ule crPW oI the candidate
wito landed at Milford llrvcn, .t weiru
pert on the coast of St. George's Channel.
The Candidate was about IS mllrs oft
Wuterford Harbor when u Gorman sub
marine suddenly nppenml on tin. surface
or tno wnier.
A torpedo was Hi til wiin-
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knocked III tho Candl lute s, hull below he
Ah she began to hettle the
ciow tnnk to the bouts anil lowed away
In the meantime the nuumaiinu nau siiu
mcrged herself. After rowing lor Homo
time the sinnien were pltk.'d up by Ilia
Grimsby trnwler Lmil Allendale, off Co
Tho Candidate was outwnrd bound at
the time nnd cnrrled a heavy cargo. She
was caught In the steamship lnno used by
the big tinnsntlnntle liners that ply be
tween the United Stntes nnd Knglaml.
The Centurion balled from Liverpool.
Sho was built In Glasgow In 1003 nnd was
399 feet long and 61 feet In the beam. Ac
cording to tho latest edition of Lloyds
Marine Ileglstor she was commanded by
G. N. Kcnrnc.
Tho trawler Don was blown up In the
North Sea Thursday probably by a mine.
Several members of her crew were killed.
Two survived and landed at Grimsby to
day. "DYNAMITE" BACK AGAIN
AMONG FIRE-FIGHTING PALS
Banished Dofr Limps 22 Miles to En
gine House No. 32.
Dynamite has come back.
Panting and hungry the littlo black and
tan thnt wus sent away from Lngino
House No. 32" becnuso, ho too)t n pleco
out of a pedestrian's calf for not getting
out of the way of the engine, limped In
this morning. Ills sides have tho col
lnpsed appearance of a burst balloon nnd
his ribs are almost sticking out, but
Dynamlct Is happier than ho has been
for a week. He's back again, nnd noth
ing elbe mntters.
When Dynamlto was exiled to Wawa,
Engine Houso 32 went Into mourning,
though they predicted, knowingly, thnt it
would take more than an order from
headquarters und a distance of 22 miles
to keep the faithful cur away.
Now the men nre Jubilant over his re
turn. He has vindicated their faith In
him. They are feeding him and petting
him and putting him through his tricks.
"Dynamite's tho smartest dog In tho
city of Philadelphia," said one of the
men, "and tho most devoted. He'll die
If they put him away from here. It's a
long way from Wawa to tho city and ho
has had to beat his way back. Heaven
knows how he got here, but I behove
if they took him to 'FrlBco he would bob
back again. Maybe If we muzzlo him
we'd bo able to keep him."
In the meantime Dynamite's ultimate
fate depends on Chief Murphy. Will he
remain the faithful guardian of No. 32,
or will he bo put away again7
NEW SCHOOL TO BEAR NAME
OF S. WEIR MITCHELL
City Will Honor Memory of Lato
Physician and Author.
The elementary school building being
erected on the south side of Klngseaslng
avenue west of 56th street will probably
be named the S, Well Mitchell School,
In memory of the eminent novelist and
physician, of Philadelphia, who died early
The Property Committee of the Board
of Education has recommended that the
building be so named, and action on the
matter will probably be taken at the
meeting of the board to be held next
Tuesday. The building will cost $356,412
and will be three stories In height, with
33 class rooms and a large auditorium.
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BLOWN UP BY FRENCH
Continued I'mm I'iie One
pence seemed certain. A cessation of
Japan's warlike preparations wns ex
pected to follow today's official announce
ment. I'KKIN, May 7.
China hns yielded virtually nil of the
Japanese ileiiiiinds and only detnils now
remain to lio woikrd out. It Is belloved
thnt this will stiicly pi event war between
China and Japan.
Tho Chir.e.ie Government sent a new
reply to Japan, tho text of which Is as
jet unknown, hut officials say that In
clleet It Is an acceptance, under protest,
of the chlel Japanese demands. It is le
ported In diplomatic circles here (lint
PicMdont Yuan Shi Kni nnd his ndvl-ors,
lifter mi nll-nlght conference, decided that
It would be suicidal to nttempt to oppose
the .lnpaiic.se demands by fone of anus.
Piesldent Yuan Shi Knl nnd his nd-vli-crn
renewed their conference, nnd it
wn-i decided Hint China could do nothing
but meet llio hltuntlon. AH of the Jap
anese demands, with tho exception of a '
few sections of group five, were then
formally accepted, in tho gioup five.
China mado some coiinter-proposnls,
which it Is believed will bo received In
an amicable aplilt by Japan.
The extremo tension which hna pre
vailed about the pnlncc vu considerably
ulleved today. It Is accepted as reitain
that theie will bo no wur. If Jnpnn in
sists on her "pound of lleah" there is
nothing for Chlnn but to grant it nnd
v.nlt for revenge nt some future date.
WASHINGTON, May 7.-DcspIto dis
patches faying Japan and China had
come to terms, the Jnpaneso Kmbassy
here received a Tciklo cable this after
noon saying tho Mikado's ultimatum had
been delivered to tho Pekln Government.
fiALICIAN DEFEAT DENIED
IJY CZAR'S FOREIGN MINISTER
Absolutely No Truth in Foe's Claims
WASHINGTON. May 7.-Tho Russian
Embassy has received the following dis
patch f i om the Russian Minister of For
"The reports from Berlin nnd Vienna of
a victory gained by the Germans and
Austrlans In Western Gallcla aro abso
lutely unfounded. The battles that aro
piueeeding now In that region give no
foundation whatever to talk even of a
partial success of our enemies. You are
nsked to contrndlct most emphatically tho
reports spread by tho Germans.
Foreign Minister fciazonoff nlso has
given the following interview:
'Tho diplomatic ultuatloii In the Triple
Entente la excellent. Tho Governments
of the three Powers nio thoioughly In
accord. Wo contemplate tho future, full
of confidence. Russia, Franco and Eng
land will continue the war until we aro
ablo to dictate our own terms of peace."
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FRIDAY, MAY 7,
EMMA TRENTINI NAMED
Singer Also Defendant in $100,
000 Suit for Alienating Affec
tions of Composer Friml.
Based on an Incident which happened In
this city, Emma Trentlnl, the singer, Is
named ns corespondent In ft suit for til
vorco brought against Itudolph Frlml,
pianist and composer, by his wife, who
has also brought suit ngalnst Miss Tren
tlnl for $100,000 for alleged alienation of
her husband's affections.
Mrs. Krlml doelnros that Frlml und
Miss Trcnlinl visited tho mtz-Carlton
Hotel In this city during the Christmas
bulldnvs, and she names hotels In vuil
u Other cities ns meeting places of her
husband nnd tho singer. ....
At the, mtz-Carlton It was said today
that a "Mr. and Mrs. miuoipn rami nau
registered at tho hotel on Docomber 2.1
of Inst year and remained there until Jan
uary 11. They had adjoining rooms on
tho fourth floor. One of the attendants
said this couple hnd not been icglstered
In this way, but as Rudolph Frlml and
Kmma Trentlnl, though It wns belloved
they wero man and wife.
They had received visitors and enter
tained them In the grillroom, nnd on these
occnslons the came downstairs together
to meet their friends ns husband and wife
would, and frequently look rides In a lim
Frlml Is nild to havo first met tho
singer, who has been described as "tho
littlo devil of grand opera," when she
starred In "The Flicllj," one of hlq com
positions. Khe nl?o appeared In his "Pens
Tho plaintiff's attorneys have In their
possession letter signed "Rudolph,"
purporting to have been written by the
composer to Mmc. Trentlnl whllo sho
wns In Detroit last November. It leads:
"Tho Cottonwood, GOO W. ICOtli St.,
"Donrcst darling Kmmn,
"Inclosed you'll find a ropy of a tele
gram which was sent to my wife and
also to Mr. Hanerbach and Sclilrmcr.
Plrnso destroy after you read It.
"Just came home nnd do miss you
very much I am thinking about you
every minute. IIopo you nre well nnd
happy. I am yours only with love nnd x
"Please wrlto soon. I am so lonesome
for you. More tonight.
"Love to you deurest Emma,"
Mis. Frlml's nttomeys, In tho suits filed
yesterday In the New York Supremo
Court, specify numerous occasions on
which Frlml and the singer arc said to
have met nt hotels, particularly In the
months of January. February, March
'and as recently ns last month. The Ho
tel Stnticr, HufTnlo; the Hellcvue, Boston;
tho Ansonla, New York, nnd nt tho npart
ments occupied by Miss Trentlnl until
last Monday In West lC9th street are
Tho Frlmls wero married In 1909 and
have two children, Chailcs Rudolph, 5,
and Lucille, :t years old. Until hist No
vember, they lived together in New York.
Then Mrs. Frlml went to Los Angeled,
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where she had formerly lived with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Barusch.
A dtepStah ttom Los Agles ;
Mrs. Uarusch declared her daughter had
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at tho Marselllo In ttew York city.
Frlml cama to this country six years
ago as the accompanist of Kubellk, the
violinist, and later began to wrlto tho
scores of light operas.
GERMANS REPULSE BRITISH
ASSAULTS ON HILL NO. GO
Further Gains Mado by Kaiser's Men
East of Ypres.
BERLIN, May 7
A further gain has been made by the
Germans cast of Ypres, In West Flanders,
It Is announced In on official statement
Issued by tho German War Office today.
Seven machine guns, a mine thrower,
rifles nnd nmmunltlon wcro captured
from tho British.
Attempts of the British to capture the
German positions at Hill No. 60, south
tost of Ypres, In Belgium, wcro repulsed
with heavy loss.
The ground that la being gained In the
Ypres sector is of great strategic Impor
tance, ns It gives control of tho road
ways running Into tho main highway be
tween Ypres aniTPopcrlnghe.
French nttacks against the Germans at
Stclnbrueck, In tho Vosgcs mountains,
Uody of IJaby in Marble Yard
The body of a nowborn child was found
In the marble vard of John King, Sedgoly
nnd Hldgc avenues, today by Policeman
Gulnnn, of tho 20tli nnd' Berks streets po
lice station. After examination by Dr.
William Ellis, district police surgeon, tho
body v.ns taken to the Morgue.
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Clergymen Give Views
of European Conflict
Reply to noted English
minister who pleads
for "War of Love."
All England became involved in a bitter controversy
when Headmaster Lyttleton, of Eton, exhorted Britons
to heed the scriptural injunction to "Love your enemy."
His earnest speech has brought to light a new phase of
the struggle raised a question of man's spiritual obliga
tions, stirred Christians throughout the world.
America's most eminent and eloquent ministers have
expressed their poirjts of view on the subject in short
sermons written especially fcr next Sunday's
Order From Your Dealer
Night court win iNot Fix SeM
Prisoners brought Into the rngfn75J
at central Btatlon hereafter wnr .S'
fined or sentenced, but will b nSd&I
0. futthcr hearing unless their oiteft,
so slight that tho Maglstralo erf
may chooso to discharge them J! $M
reprimand, This new condition lii5'
Bunco irom ii mw jubi passed; by lh i-n
Islaturo and signed by Governor iS
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