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oppose Russians who are endeavor
ing to force Carpathian passage re
ports received-today say that all train
traffic on Austrian-Hungarian state
railway has again been stopped be
cause of troop movements. This is
declared to mean that Von Goltz has
carried the day a"nd that another at
tempt to capture Serbia is to com
mence. It is stated that among the
troops headed for Serbian frontier
are 100,000 Germans.
FINE DAYAND MOTOR MANIA
RESULTS IN FOUR DEATHS
New York, April 19.-!-4 persons are
dead, 3 are dying and 11 others suf
fering from injuries today, the after
math of a combination of sunny skies
and the Sunday motor mania.
At Lake Hopatcong, N. J., Alfred
T. Terhune, general manager of a
sash and blind company, and his wife
were crushed beneath their overturn
ed automobile, and their necks brok
en. Their son escaped with slight in
juries. Benjamin L. Stratt, Philadelphia
manufacturer, was kelled and two
others seriously hurt by the capsiz
ing of an automobile near Egg Har
bor, N. J. At Tyrone, Penna., Dr. C.
T. Shaffer was pinned beneath his
overturned motor car and died a
few minutes after he was rescued.
Mme. Margaret Matzenauer, cpn
tralto of the Metropolitan Opera
House; her husband, Edorado Fer-rari-Fontana,
tenor of the Boston
Opera Company, and Mme. Delia M.
Valeri, vocal teacher, were injured in
collison between two autos.
AMATEUR BASEBALL RESULTS
Cooke's Colts, 8; Barry, 5.
Gunthers, 5.; U. S. Army, 4.
Romeos,42; Tigers, 10
Mathiesens, 9; Boulevards, 3.
Ideals, 5; Loudins, 4.
Roselands, 7; I. P. C, 2.
West Ends, 9; Murleys, 4.
Riverview, 2; Melrose Park, 1.
Excelsior, 1; Nectars, 0.
Goethe, 2; Webster, 1.
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Russia is twenty times larger than
France and Germany put together
(8.400,000 square miles), and her
population is supposed to number
165,000,000, 100,000,000 more than,
.that of Germany.