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game and went the limit to prevent
further damage by Mclntyre.
Overlooking the scene is a high
railroad embarkment It was black
with witnesses of the battle. Many
pedestrians joined the police in
storming the brick house with bul
lets. They had their own guns. Auto
mobile parties drew up to the po
lice lines and looked on.
The bodies of those killed in the
early firing of the maniac lay where
they had dropped for some time. Po
lice feared picking them up as they
were in the direct firing line. With
bodies on the porch, in the back yard,
on the porch next door and in the
yard a few doors'north, the scene re
sembled that of a real battle.
Mclntyre's home was a regular
fort as he had it fixed up. All the
windows were shattered, however,
by police ballets. Not until several
charges of dynamite were used and
the dors battered down did officers
risk entering the house. There were
tracks of blood in nearly every room.
It was evident that Mclntyre was In
jured early and fired a great many
shots while ih a bleeding condition.
He played a sniper's game, picking
off all those who came within reach
of his deadly rifle. Mrs. Mclntyre,
police think, loaded one rifle while
her husband emptied the other into
the police lines. The pair had plenty
The home, as it now stands, is rid
dled from back to front There is not
in window left and every door down.
The interior looks as If a cyclone had
struck it. Dynamite did this dam
age. An attempt to fire the place, before
dynamite was used, failed, owing to
the brick structure.
The dead maniac had caused the
police some trouble before. Several
complaints against the man had been
sent in but each time they were not
serious enough to lock him up on.
Many a severe cold ends in tuberculosis.
GERMANS RETREAT NEARLY
TEN MILES MANY TAKEN
Petrograd. Germans have retreat
ed nearly ten miles in Volhynia under
swift advance of Gen. Kaledin's left
Several thousand more prisoners, w)
number of heavy guns and large sup
plies of war material have fallen Into
hands of Russians.
Russians have advanced their lines
to north bank of river Lipa and are
strengthening their new position on
All along the eastern front czar's
armies have suddenly resumed ini
tiative. Russian left wing in South
ern Bukowina is again in motion
against reinforced Austrian army.
Paris. Germans launched a heavy
counter attack against newly won
French positions west of Peronne.
Thus far all German attacks south
of Somme have been repulsed, but
heavy fighting is still going on.
London. Despite heavy mist and
rain which' interfere with Somme of
fensive, British troops made substan
tial progress on front of 7,000 yards
in region of Ovillers. Germans were
driven from several strongly defend- '
ed points and prisoners and six max
ims were captured.
Germans repeatedly attacked La
Maisonette, But were repulsed each
time with heavy losses. Most violent
combat is going on near village of
Blachow, one mile from Peronne.
Berlin, via Wireless to Sayville.
Russian troops are exerywhere on
offensive on Austrian front, but at
only one point, in Volhynia, have .
they caused an Austrian retirement V
Berlin. Both British and French ,
armies resumed allied offensive on
both sides or the Somme and with
strong attacks against German posi
tions. British attacks against village
of Pozieres and French attacks in re
gion of Biaches, Maisonette, Barloux
and Soyecourt were repulsed with
heavy enemy losses.