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SAVES YOUR TIME AND YOUR EYES SIXTEENTH YEAR. NO. 260. BRODY CAPTURED, RUSSIANS START MOVE TO ENVELOP KOVEU SIX MEET INSTANT DEATH WHEN FASTINTERURBAN CRASHESINTO MOTOR CAR F. W. Knuth and Mem bers of Family Are Victims CITY FIREMEN AMONG DEAD Accident occu r s At Hanna's Corners, Near Wayne THE DEAD. Frad W. Knuth. <>B year* old, of No. 47 Twenty-eighth at. Mrt. Julia Knuth, hla wife, 44 years old. Christina Knuth, 10 years old, his daughter. August Knuth, 23 ysars old, his aon. Mrs. Frances Knuth, 22 years old, his daughter-in-law. Harry Fleming, cadet, ladder company No. », Detroit fire de partment. Fred W. Knuth. for many years saloonkeeper at No 1167 Junctlon ave., three membra of his family and two other persons met instant death Friday afternoon, two miles west of Wayne on Michigan ave., when a rity-bound interurban ex press care traveling 40 miles an hour crashed Into their automobile. No one in the car escaped. The bodies of the wreck victims were terribly mangled and one could not be taken fiom the wreck age until the car had been raised *»T a motor derrick. The automo bile was rolled for 200 yards In front of the speeding interurban and reduced to a twisted mass of metal and wood The party left Fred Kntith’s home, No. 47 Twenty-elghth-st., at S o'clock Friday afternoon In a big Gadlllac louring car driven by Flem ing. They started to dtive to the Peter Wenael farm, two miles west of Wayne. Just across the D. U. R. tracks at the Hannan-rd Pred W. Knutli, bis wife Julia, his I(Vyear-old daughter Christina, his Leaves Society for a Trip to Jungles ■ *' Vgffa ~’-9flflto*' . .:> BjMgOTMp,*.: <; .?^L*>Sw\ Newport and society event# will not keep Mr*. Rice from accom panying her husband on an explor ing expedition In the South Amerl can junglea. Mr*. Rice was formerly Mra. (Jeorge D. Wldener. Her first hus band, a millionaire, died on the Ti tanic. She met her present husband at Newport, after he returned from an exploring expedition In Brasil. WEATHERMAN 18 OVERCOME BY HEAT KUJIN. 111., July 29.—Elgin got even with its weatherman today. I> R. Jonk«<. who has observed and prognosticated the weather for newspapers hero for 54 years, was overcome by heat while buy ing winter clothes nt a bargain sale, lit will recover son August Knuth, a cliy fireman, ami tLo si n's wife Frances, were in the machine. The fast Ann Arbor express car, In tharge of Motor nan McClellan ami Conductor Mordmun, rwung aioiind a curve several hundred feet west of ihe Hann.in-id. The track was clear, according to tue motor man uml several par*engers. As the car neared the crossing the auto mobile tarrying the Knuth family suddenly swerved across the track ahead of the trolley, MoUtman McClellan applies the emergency air brakes quickly Id a futUa effort to avert the tragedy. At the same instant the motor car stalled on the trad's. It is thought that the driver “KlUrd” the engine In his horror at the impending calamity. The big Interurban responded to the emergency brakes but not until the automobile nad been struck t> terrific blow and Its occupants hurl ed in all directions dead and dying. The impact of the collision threw passengers in the interurban from their «eat»; and panic reigned while the car crow rushed to the wrecked automobile. Every occupant of the ill fated machine had been killed in stantly, It was ascertained The Weniel farm la cituated on the Haflhan-rd., directly across the trolley tracks from Mlchigan-ave. On Sunday In the summer the Knutha were frequent riiltors. As their machine approached the Han nan-rd.. It was cut-tomary for the Knuths to sound Ihelr horn herald ing their approach. Friday afternoon Peter Weniel and his family were on the lawn to front of their home when they heard the horn on Knuth's car. The people on the lawn waved their hand kerchiefs and those in the machine waved back. The driver, it la thought, wos so busily engaged watching panting automobiles for a chance to turn in the road mat he did not observe the approaching In terurban. The bodies of the victims were •o badly mangled that identification could only be made by examining correspondence and marks on tht clothing. For a time Justice J. D. Felt, of Wayne, acting as coroner, ooaild not tell whether the victims were men or w-.unen. The bodies were taken to the undertaking par lor* of William Skerrett nt Wayne and later removed to Detroit. SEEK MEDAIT FOR HEILMAN Friends and neighbors of Leroy Stedman, Nc. C 44 Lakevlew-ave., whose wife and baby were arowned in the Waterworks park canal, have Applied 1o the Carnegie Hero Fund commission for a medal for Harry Heilman, Detroit Tigor outfielder, as a reward for his rescue of Miss L}d!a Johnston, who was with the Stedman family when their auto backed Into the water. They have also written a letter to the ball player, praising hint for his brav ery’. As protection against further frag edles along the b**ch in Water works park whore children bathe, members of Troop No 11, Hoy Scouts, have volunteered to main tain a patrol for the summer of two scouts, both of whom will be ex pert swimmers. Admiral Cameron Mrßae Win slow, commanding the Faolflc fleet, goes on the retires! list of the navy today on aooouot of age. DETROIT TIMES FROM DOTH SIDES POPEPRAYS FOR PEACE IN EUROPE Trusts Prayers of Chil dren May Be Heard MESSAGE SENT ON WAR ANNIVERSARY Is Received by United Press In New York Office (Cesrrtfht, IMS, hr TelteS Fteee.) NEW YORK. July 29 —The Unit ed Press today, In answer to a re quest for an expression on the an niversary of the great war, received the following message from Pope Benedict, through the agency or Cardinal Oasparri: “Rome, July 28. “United Presa Assn . New York, U. S. A. "I have presented your tele gram to the holy father. His holiness Is grateful for your re spect and confidence In the holy see. “Te prays that the Lord of metclea, moved by the prayers of Ir.n **ent children Imploring peace on thla second anniver sary of the terrible conflict, shall deign to end speedily this awful carnage. “CARDINAL OASPARRI " The above translation of the mes sage transmitted by the papal secre tary of state was made by Mgr la valle, of St. Patrick s cathedral, who. on behalf of Cardinal Parley, added: “His eminence, Cardinal Farley. Is not at home, but his whole heart re-echoes the sentiment of the holy father. "By the cardinal’s direction all the priests are prajrlng for peace every day, at the altar. They are constantly urging to the same pious practice ail the people, and espe cially the innocent children so touchingly alluded to in the papal telegram." REPRISAL FOR FRY ATT DEATH DEMANDED LONDON, July 29 The official report from Berlin today that Capt. Fryatt, of the British steamer Brus sels, has been executed In Belgium as a sniper, for an alleged attempt by him while master of ihe British steamer Wrexham, io ram a Ger man submarine, has aroused the greatest Indignation In I .on don and demands for reprisals are tuard at every hand. The news caused a painful Im pression at tbe British foreign office I'nder tho instructions of Vis count Grey, the foreign secretary, „ note was dispatched Immediately to the American •*mbarsy requesting that James W. Gerard, the \meri can ambassador at Berlin, procure complete details of the nflair MISS SAXE TO SPEAK IN CENTRAL CHURCH, SUNDAY Mlsa Grace Saxe, the world known Bible teacher of the “Hilly" Sunday evangelistic party, will *per.k in Central Methodlat church, Wood ward and Adams aver... at hotn ser vices Sunday. She will deliver two of the famous addrersen which she has given to more than a half mil lion people in England, Egypt and Palestine. All seats will he free. Vote for DR. ROBFHT T. WIL LIAM* for Coroner— \H* . Two Years’ NavaJ Looses In the War: . t. 3 L ;S j tt | g 4- z t Z * - *- 3 * ~~Z3C3C « a i> Z •> «c *2 > . c - J 3 = « l a „ aa o o lo o m%. c K Great Britain.... !» 3 IT • 4 JO )| H Germany 1 1 22 II 10 11 jr j> IJJ Austria 1.1.. Ia J *, France 1 . J 1 1 4 « Ituaala 1.2.1 1 i 14 *, Turkey 2.1.8 2 1 . Italy 1.11. l | Japan . 1 . , 2 Total 14 4 44 28 28 41 69 41 1,7 SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1916. LINER BEATS OFF SUBMARINE Re Italia Escapes Menace and Continues On Voyage ROME. July 29—Tlte Italian liner Re Italia, bound from Genoa to New York, beat off an enemy submarine and continued on her voyage, ac cording to announcement heie to day. Odds and Ends ! H J CHICAGO —A police patrol served as "barrel" last night when Mr. and Mr*. Harris "urrey and Mr. and Mrs Chambles walked cut of lake Michigan and found their clothing had been ptolen CHICAGO—'Men sluderds at the University of Chicago w»re disap pointed when they learned khaki trousers co-ed* were buying were not for camrus wear, but for a trip to the Wisconsin woods. CHICAGO —Judge Harvy Olaon shut off the electric fan, turned the calendar back to January, put on his coat and ve*t and tried to forget the heat wave. "It didn't work," Olaon admitted. JOHNSTOWN, Pa—Twelve years ago Glad Hair, of Smyxjkaburg, wrote a letter to his sir ter, Mra. Clark Wllsor. of Punxsutawney. Al though it had to travel cnly 12 miles, the missive wa n>t delivered until a lew days ago. CZAR’S TROOPS ALSO ADVANCING 01 I LEMBERG; AUSTRIANS RETREATING i IN ROUT HASTE SAYS PETRORRAH “DITTO” IS CONGER’S OLDSJORT Meaning Another Hot Day, Like Unto Many Predecessors MERCURY HEADS TOWARD 90 MARK JFlve Additional Deaths Bring the List Up to 35 HOI'RLV TKMPKR.tTI RFJ Friday 3 a. in 76 8 p. m 83 4 a. m 76 8 p. in 79 5 a m 76 10 p. m 77 8 a. m 78 11 p. in 76 7 a. m 77 12 midnight... 75 8 a. 78 Nniurilar 9 a. in 83 1 a m 75 10 a. m *8 2 a m 75 11 a. m 89 "Ditto,” said Weather Observer Conger, Saturday morning, in re sponse to the regular query as to the daily prognostications. By "ditto" he meant that another torrid day would be added to those that have passed into the history of one of the warmest spells that ever visited this city. "Pair and continued warm," said 'Mr. Conger. The temperature prob ably will go up to 90 or above, and I .Tee no rain in fight." At 8 a. m., the official thermometer registered 79 degrees. At no time during the night did It descend be low 75. As Detroit entered upon Its eight eenth consecutive day of intense heat, the number of fatalities re ported from that cause mounted to 35. Five deaths constituted Fri day's toll. George Ft Roach, 33, of No L’6 ‘ Flrst-st., was overcome while work ing near the boilers of the Ks 1 > Wheel Co.'s plant. He died nfter being removed to his home Joseph Somlnskl. 87. died in his home, No. 220 Orleans i-' . Frida) evening. Mrs. Augusta Rlrke], a resident 1 of the city for G 8 years, died, Fri I day, after returning from an auto | mobile ride. Bhe was 7> years old ( and resided at No. 165 California are. Death overtook Ixjuls O'Brien, 45. while he was in the ambulance en route to the city receiving hospital. O’Brien resided at No 1 <• hrls tlancy-st. The bod> of an unidentified man. another victim ot the heat, lies in the county tnorf oe. He foil at Mt Elliott ave and Waterloo-st., late Friday afternoon, nnd died In the city receiving hospital. The prosiratlons included Charles Criswell. No. 1245 Crane-ave., and sn unidentllled man who fell uncon | scious * f Woodward and Smith area, and was revived in a drug 1 store the result of the shortage ot ! jo#, Detroit Is threatened with a i meat famine which may result In 1 i several of the smaller dealers clos-' ing their shops until cooler weather arrives. As health experts say that meat should not be eaten In ho* weather, philosophical persons feci no great alarm over the predicted famine. Mental derangements are brought out by the heat, and Just as dogs go mad In oppressive weather, many persons afflicted with latent Insanity are being driven Insane by the ex- . mi pm« n»«.i LAST EDITION Dressed Up In Washington n :}■■■' I jxSr wnßmwi MBKmi ‘ L—- —* JfWZS Wh/TCOrXB K/Lt Y This photograph of James Whit comb Riley, the foremost poet of the United States, who died the other d.tv in his Indianapolis home, was td-en on his visit to Washing ton in 1910. Tii< n the poet dressed in the height of Washington fashion to call on his scores of friends there STIELOW ONCE MORE REPRIEVED by rstrvn parts. OSSJAINO. N. Y„ July 29. — For the third time Charles Ptielow, con virted of slaying n farmer, was lit erally snatched from death today when the big German’s execution. *<ct for 6 o’clock this morning, was povtponed by order of Supreme Court Justice Guy. The court ordered issued an order early today postponing execution until 11 o’clock. The court desired to go over "important papers" sub niltted about midnight. FORD, EDISON AND BURROUGHS PLANNING TRIP Henry Ford. Thomas Edison and John Burroughs are planning a Junket up through the mountaina, presumably the Adlrondacks. It Is said that they will atari Aug. 15. Bishop Hyrne, of the Catholic dio cese of Nashville, celebrates hla srvent} fifth birthday today. Two Years’ Casualties In the War: Killed Wounded Missing Total Russia 1,200.000 J. 800,000 2.000,000 8 79*. 9## ijermnnv rOO.OOO 1.900,000 15tk99Q } >9* France *BO 000 1.600.090 228.000 |.47*.#C3 Austro-llunaary 478.000 1.0*4 000 *oo,*oo 1371.00# <Trent Britain 1*0.090 480,000 70.009 *6O 000 Turkey 76. 00a 899.090 78.090 160.000 Servta .. 40.090 128.090 76 000 200.0 M Italy 80.000 100.000 19.000 lOO.OUf Belgium 30.0*0 70.009 60.009 160.000 Bulgaria 8.000 36.000 6.000 !MN Total 8 *O4 000 7.870.000 8.**0.000 11.856.0tg. ONE CENT. Mach Booty Bdteno Taken In Latest Capture DETAILS AS YET 1 ARE LACKDOGu ______ cIH Slavs Anxiously Awafltl Further Newa From i Front . ..J - - - - - BY UNITED PRESS. i PBTROORAD, July 2#.—Kovtl rapidly being envolopg# from tfcg| Routh aa the Ruaaian min «(M vanoo unceasingly against tit triana in Galicia. Capture of military exports pointed out I|RM today, glvoo the cxaFo forooo on sH9 port unity to lmprovo thotr tkmgjj northwestward toward KdtoL MmHa while. It waa believed bore the csaFo troops are forcing unwjtß - eauNwa ------.ajM An evidence of ffie III lllllpHdMil character of the Austrian ruttrsr,! ment before the Russian offensive given In the fact that on the Russians were 12 miles fNNI | Brody and on Saturday occupation of the town waa announced. Petrograd eagerly awaited fOB j word today of the details of BrodfH 1 Investment. It was regarded as oofb tain thAt a considerable quantity St ' booty fell Into the hands of thg j city’s conquerors, since Brody hoO | been an Austrian field base, and aa» ■ nouncement of capture of a largi number of prisoner* was llkewiM expected. From Brody on. it waa 1 pointed out here today, the Ritsstaa army of Invasion into Galicia will >. have the advantage of a rnllroad la the movement against Lemberg Every foot of advance registered along the railroad to Kovel menaces anew the Teuton positions nt Kovi*\ ' DETAILS OF AIR RAID LACKING ItY VM .A L PUFFS. LONDON. July CP—Details wera - still lacking today of the extent of * a German air raid announced by thg press bureau early In the mornlngu The official statement merely said: "The number of raiders ha* not ■ yet been established. Tbe reports ' as to the raiders cro.<. ing the coast cant'' from Yorkshire and Lincoln* f shire. Bombs were dropped, but t details are lacking.’* Yorkshire and Lincolnshire frg* < quenfly have been visited by man Zeppelins Presumably If thert » wa* a direct po'nf of attack by thu i German a‘r raiders in today’s raid, j It was the town of Hull, which lg known to be a eruis* r and rnlgg , sweeper base. Bible teociiers and students from ■ all psris of America are to gathut U today a’ l ake Orion. Mich for thu JS opening of the Interdeuotninatlonal w Bible Conference and Cbrirtiog Worker*’ Institute. A comnTl*te«v of American buslnum I men Is to sail today from N«t» 1 York for Bmxil as a result of tho movement Inaugurated by the * Amerlcau conference to ndvar e thg * trade relations bglween the twt countries.