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AUSTRIAN CITY SET ABLAZE BY 3,000 ITALIAN SHELLS
WEATHER Partly cloudy to-night and Sunday.
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YALE BATTERED BY HARVARD ATTACK
ELI STAR, GUERNSEY, KNOCKED OUT EARLY
BLUE TEAM IS OUTCLASSED
EARLY BY CRIMSON ELEVEN
GORIZIA BATTERED TO RUINS
IN GREATEST BOMBARDMENT
SINCE WORLD'S WAR BEGAN
.Vienna AHmitc Tho TVTo n r r T-r.VioKi4-
ants Have Been Killed and That
Enormous Property Damage Was
Caused by Terrific Italian Fire.
VIENNA '(vi.t Berlin, Amsterdam and London), Nov. 20. Gorizia
is Diirning in many places to-day. Tne Italians have thrown 3,000 shells
into the town. Many of the inhabitants have been killed. The property
'damage is enormous.
The Austrians firmly hold all their original positions and are re-
lyuisws uii.il unci diidut. i lie unugciieau in particular nas ueen tinner
in incessant bombardment for many days. Guns of very calibre have
been directed against it.
The increased intensity of the Gorizia attack has been an incident
lo a renewed Italian assault all .ilontr the isnnrn li
- O W-...W wwt uiwij ntibiv tilt
.Austrians are holding their lines.
Karl II. von WIegand, staff correspondent, In a apodal cnblo
despatch yesterday to Tho World, doscrlbed the enrllor part of this
battle, which ho calls tho fourth which Italians havo waged for
tho capturo of Gorlzla.
t'Tho day and night cannonado of tho concentrated Italian
artillery," he wrote, "splendidly servod, surpasses anything I saw
during tho June and September offensives of tho wostorn front,
whllo at Tnmow und Gorllco, where tho Germans and Austrians
fcmashed through tho Russian lines by weight of Iron and started
tho Ktisstan ateam roller moving backward until It disappeared In
tho contru of tho vast Muscovlto Kmplro, Is declared by thoso who
wero thcro, now here, ns having been child's play In comparison.
Tho Dobcrdo Plateau and i portion of Mont I'odgorn nro called
Iho hell.' They Justify tho nnmo. Nothing olso could glvo n vaguo
Idea of tho lighting and tho conditions under which it Is taking
ROME! (via Paris), Nov. 20. The Italian bombardment of Austrian
1tv lions in and around norma ttinlintiev ni-rnrrllni in flu. officii rini.
' r - WIHIV-
I li III.
"All along thn front the artillery
CHASED BY U-BOAT
ESCAPES IN A FOG
Verona, Sislcr Ship of Ancona,
Sent S. O. S. Off Span
BIG SHIP WITH U-BOAT.
Larger Vessel Also Took Pari
in Effort to Overhaul
Mm v mirrn nr cm i ii rn mh n run a h
xono and in tho upper Corde
t'facks at Gorlzla and also a wept nu
Lnerouj onemv batteries nosted on
bers hidden In orchards and gar-
column of troops which rotreatod
baailiv into uunm.
"On tho Curao Plateau our Infantry
tonewed its atiacka with success, ca-
fteoiolly in tho Mouto Han Mlchelo
i n. rpn flin I'nriicrlii nrlirnnn mlfl.
tdod in conquering all tho ground
.rhljm slopes rrom tno tnira summit
, Aitcrwaru, urivsn irom mat posi
tion by n vigorous countcr-utlack, it
jounter-attacked in its turn and rc
tonaucrcd tho lost trenches. Through-
jut tho night tho enemy renowed fu
1oua assaults, succeeding seven times
h Teaching our lines. Ho was mowed
Krwn seven times uy mo accurnto lire
C our artillery and rifles and was
forled back in disorder with enormous
Srah. Thftn. wnrn nut huf Inilnmlt.
infirf.fi mlfl i uri'Tirv.n run urrr mnni
dens, completely cil.spcrnhitr the de-
esides abundant war material.
Xmiftb Trio Ton In I, mil llialt,
V.'AHIIIN'UTuN N..v. :o.T1ip
wen or ii'inun nur 1 nnlv plrvpn
lira am. inii. n ti i .f nriiiaii 1:11..
v!. '.rrif'iiiiit' 11f.1111.n1 . -
ws Itudluii- a rtvolt in
FIVE MORE BLAZES
AT BETHLEHEM PLANT
Fires in Projectile Departments Dis
covered In Time to Prevent
SOUTH irETHLEHBM, Pa., Nov.
20. Flvo small Area have been dis
covered within tho past fow dayH In
ono of tho projectile departments of
the Bcthlohem Steel Works, it was
stated to-day. All wero soon discov
ered and extinguished in tlmo to pro
vent any material damage.
A Daring Dialogue!
DILL Just wait till I get aheid In the
PHIL Why, haven't you got a head
BILL I mean that you wait till I get on
PHIL You have
MADRID, Nov. "0. A wireless mu
saga from the Italian liner Verona,
lato this afternoon announced that
tho ship had escaped under cover of
. ruiT uurjiiK oofjn cnaaea by a
iiirKo sunmarine. In an oarllor wire
less received at Koller on Majorca Isl
and in the Mediterranean, whioh In off
tho Hiantsh coast, 110 mllen aouth of
iiarcolonu, nho had announced that
sno was hcing chased
The teleicram atatcd thnt the Verona
was pursued by a largo submarine
wnich ws acoompaaled by a toamor,
evidently a mothor ship. The stevim.
er'a position was given ns latitude HO
und longitude G. This would nlaee hor
the Mediterranean hnturiwsn th.
Forced to Turn Leather Con
cern and Newspapers Over
to Trust Company.
IslAnds and the Island of
your feet on now,
Tho steamship Verona of the Ital
ian I.lno Is a sister ship of the An
conn, which was torpodoed recently
In tho Mediterranean. Her New
York agonts, Hartlleld, Solarl A Co.,
io. 1 state btrcet, have been strlv
inj; ror two day to got Information
as to hnr whereabouts.
-j.no orona sailed from Now York
on Oct. 21 and arrived at Genoa, her
homo port, on Nov. S. Undor her
Hailing schodiilo sho would havo de
parted from Genoa on Nov. 9, calllnir
at Naples on tho 10th and at Palermo
on tho 11th. At the oltlces of tho lino
it was atatcd that hud aho followed
this ochedulo sho would be now in
mid-Atluutlu. However, slnco the
Ancona sinking suiting schedules
bavu beau inturforod with consider
amy, ami it may no mat sno sailed a
week later than was oxpected.
The Italian liner Olusoppo Vordl,
on her maiden voyage, arrived here
to-day in command of Capt. I.ulgl
VUtnnonl, Tho pauongers gavo high
praise to tho captain for his precau
tions against tho sinking ot the ship
by submarines, aa tho Ancooa of tho
same line, which soiled from Mcsslnu
Nov, 6, tho sumo day tho Verdi Balled
from Palermo, was sui1.
dipt, annonl was warned from
Gibraltar that Qcrmau nubmarinos
had entered tho Mediterranean, Ho
put out and provisioned all boats im
mediately. On Nov. 7 ho relayed to
coast radio stations n cull from tho
Prance, which had been torpodoed
An hour and a hull later tlicio was a
"S O S" from tho Ancona, Capt. Zan
nont mauo northwest tor tho coast of
' Spain, out of tho regular course, and
thonco down to Gibraltar. No sub
I marines wero slglited.
There are going to be many fine chances
lor one to get "ahead" and to "get on
their feet" separately announced
AUOUT 7,500 WANT-FILLING ADVER-
vicMMnvrit t-j"i .... . V
iiacmr.mo iu uu I'K MED.
HANDILY CLASSiriliD. IN THE DIG
SUNDAY WORLD TO-A10RROWI
13T Sunday World adj. t'et i eir.-ni..
Hon in New York City creater thai th
Sunday Herald, Sundav T!nic aid SunI
day Tribune ADDED rOGETIICRi
Sunday World Ada. Are
" Jess Willards" of the
BOY KILLS HIS SISTER
FOR NOHBEYING HIM
Shoots, Little Girl While They Are
Playing School Lad Huns
Away to Woods.
I'OAMiriMl. o Nnv. 50- Iluausa
tin r fiiM'il to olioy, IV.i'ik ('nrenzlllc,
twelif yi-i.is "Id, to-d.iy Mlmt his .six
ler Carmrl. ten years, throuuh tho
heart and then fled tn a woods, Tho
children were playing achooL
WAR SPECULATIONS 'SWAMP'
EX-SENATOR JAMES SMITH ;
owes nearly $2,000,000
onr OFFirp 4famfn 1 1
NO WILSON ORDERS
BRAVED PERILS OF
RIVER TO ESCAPE
Sel Oul From Randall's Island
at Night in a Prail
CAME NEAR SINKING.
Newark Political Leader's As
sets Said to Be in a
May Newman Proved Herself
a Heroine When Their Dan
ger Was Greatest.
ON DEFENSE FOR
nicnts Sharply on Request
Jamos Smith Jr.', former United
' luliui fonator from New Jersey jnd
for yoars ono of tho financial and
political powers of tho common
wealth, In involved to tho extent of
nearly two million dollars, . If not
more, by speculative lossoji occasioned
by tbx war. Mr. Kmlth this after
noon tendered his resignation at
President of the Kodoral Tnist Com
pany of Nownrk, which hold Ws notes
for amounts approxlmntlnf: 250,O0O.
Senator Smith hon placed Wa af
fairs in tho hands of tho Fidelity
Trust Company, ono of tho stronRoat
banking1 Iruftltutions in Now Jersey,
and tho dlroctorn of tho company are
busily eniraRod In finding how doeply
hn is involved. Tho former Senator,
after .appearinK beforn tho Fidelity
oftlclals, admitted tJiat ho was "utter
Senator Hmlth'o nctlvltles. which
havo led to his financial crash, wero Republican HoiISC Leader COITI
In leather and hid, the market for .
which has been strongly affected by
tho Kuropenn nltuatlotu
Senator Smith nald that th losses
of ono ot his commercial enterprises
Jeopardized his financial position. Iu
said all his creditors will bo paid in
Tho Fidelity Trust Company will
take charge of tho T. 1 Howell Com
pany, one of the largest leathor manu
facturing concerns tn tho country,
which has been controlled by Mr.
Smith and also The Kvenlni Star
and tho Morning Koglo, his newspa
Tho directors of the Federal Trust
Company ot Newark, of which Mr.
Smith has boon president since 190-1,
met at noon to-day to ncccpt his reslg
nation. It was said that Christian
Fetgenspan, tbo browcr, would prob
ably bt elected his successor.
It was in announcltkg his resigna
tion from tho Presidency of tbo Fed
eral Trust Company that Mr. Smith
told of his financial difllcultles. Ills
Indebtedness Is said to bo principally
dun to banks in Nowark and othnr
places in Now Jersey, and possibly
in this city.
James M. Smith Jr. was horn in
Nownrk, N. J., on Juno 21, 1851. Ho
began his business career in dry goods,
but soon engaged in tho manufacture
of patent nnU enamelled leather. His
firm, J. M. Halscy & Smith, is ono of
the largest tn tho world.
For yoars Mr. Smith has beon at
tho head of tho Democratic organlza-
Tlm fag end of Bale was whip
ping Uio wavea against the shore of
ttnndall's Island last night, aa four
imall persons clambered into a little
hoat, and poshed olt. Three of them
were boyof-flnq was a girl.
As th boat crept slowly out
from the protection of tho Island, tme
BEFORE CROi OF 47,000
Cambridgeites Made Four Touch
downs Before Game Was Half Over,
While Elis Were Scoreless
Mahan a Team by Himself.
HARVARD CAPTAIN ALONE
ROLLED UP 15 POINTS
Score by Periods
I IVlW. Set IVTtyi.
YALE O O
wind and waves swept It about llkn a HARVAlfH 1 3 t A
chip. A wblttcap burst upon the )ow A 1 1
W IVIixl. 4th P.riod.
WAHIUNOTON. Nov. 20. Informe.l
to-day that ho would bo Invited by
Prldent Wilson to consult on the
preiuroilurHs programme. Itnprexnnta
tlve James .Mann of Illinois, ltcpnbll
ran lender, said:
"1 am willing tn consult with tho
President on preparedness, but I will
not go to tho Wbltn llouso to bo
Informed of the programme- which I
am oxpocted to support.
"As do mo)t memhurs of tho Ite
iwbllean party, I favor a general
pollrv or preparedness; but what Is
nceessnry In such programme would
seem ti be tho nub of the controversy
ut tlio coming session of Congress.
"I havo my own Ideas on this sub
ject, and I do not propono to tnko
orders from tho President."
Mann's words to-day lnillcato that
tho bitter feeling he tins had for tbo
President for somu months has not
subsided. Tho minority leader was
offended at a speonh mado by tho
President In which tho hitler spoko of
tho quality of tho Heimbllcnn repre
sentation In Congress. It Is believed,
however, that Mann will call on tho
President when ho receives tho tatter's
Thero was Htrong Indication to-day
Vint Ttemtlitlr.'i n Kfinntn.,. ...Ill nn
.. .u Wm m.u , w jorsey, with I port tho President',, defmiso plan un-
...a nuii-ut-itiw, uauien iNUgeni. DS
lieutenant. Ho nominated Woodrow
Wilson for (iovornor in 1010, hut bit
tot Jy opposed him later.
Mr. Smith was an Alderman of
Newark from 18S3 to 1887. also Pris-
inent ot unit oiIv'h firKi iinnvi
WorkH. He declined to become
Mayor. He served as Pmted Kt.itex
M'lintor from 1S'J3 ti n..
c inrd to hold pnlnl Hee forth,-.
lie hns been for many v.-nrs a nv m-
iier ni inr l Jumocnilf N.iilonnl Cji.i
mlttee, and has been Chairman of
itiii iinv jersey .-N.ltimul Ili'tmierillr
51.elZi!'.J",i l? m.'' .,8?2 nn'1 ,W- ' 'lo i vl-ll.lo many miles
Ices tho fight for cloturo In tho Scnatn
la called off,
STROMBOU MORE VIOLENT.
CATANIA, Slrlly, .Nnv. 20 Psen
gi r i on steninslilps i.rrKIng frenn the
Mpnrl I.ilnndu reitut that the ernp.
tlnn nf .Stroinhnll voliiimi Im InereuH
Ing In vlolei.ee Tin describe' tie'
spceteelo n.t nwe-lliHlill Ing. p.ll tleil.
larlj it nltht. when xireiiin ,f flam
ing Itva flowing frmii tlm "inter aro
and flooded tho bottom of tho craft.
The hoys pulled furiously atf tholr
oars. Tho girl set her lips vlth a
grim courngo that fought down fear.
Ilack on ttnndall's Island tho hun
dreds of other boys In tho Children's
Hospital hod marched with orderly
precision to their quarters for tho
night. No ono had noticed that there
wero throe less than had marched out
In thn morning,
In the girls' hall, too. no ono had
seen n little flguro creep from the
mess hall and down tho deserted cor
rldors until sha found herself out In
tho night Down nt tho shoro whoro
tho boat lay she waited until tho boys
Thon tho four hot out to brave tho
perils of tho wlnd-swopt river. Thy
wero Patrick Hoy, eighteen years old;
May Nowmnn, seventeen, and two
boys named Durkln nnd Qulniu For
days they had planned their e-senpo,
lod, according to Hoy, by tho Qulnn
und Durkln youths.
In the middle of the river they real
ized their danger fully. The full
forco of tho blow Kclzed their boat.
Tired and weary from tholr toll nt
tho oarn, tho youtha began to lose
control of tho lousing, plunging craft.
Wnves broke over tho side, threaten
Ing momentarily to send her to tho
bottom. Then tho courage of tho
girl win) shown. From tho hands of
Patrick Hoy sho seized an oar, nnd
when he sank back, exhausted, sho
pulled with tho two other boys as
thoy fought for their lives.
Tho Now York shore w.is drawing
nearer, but tho wator in thn hoat was
gaining hondwuy and at any moment
they might go down. Tho girl gavo
jp her oar. Sho tore thn lid from a
sult-c'isn In the bottom of tho boat,
nnd as tho boys pulled on sho balled
to keep tho craft from sinking.
Finally the boat grounded and
Its occupants clambered out on dry
They wero in tho New Haven rtnll-
road yards at St. Ann's Avenue and
Ono Hundred and Thirty-second
Street. For a fuw momenta thoy
rested. Then tho boys picked up tho
suitcases thoy hud taken and all be
gan u tramp acrosi the railroad
Pollcemnn Anderson, on duty In tho
HOW TEAMS STARTED.
I 'f Mn . , . ,
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, , t i Int.,
.. II II ..
.. L'. KVMni
., . J. HIirMon
. . . Wllvin
.r ui'uinv iiuereniuii in manv enter. ti,. i.
ut at urn. ,
liourlnir dfiivn th !,!
LONDON, Nov. 50. Hdwnrd Hndg.
Hon. an Atnerlc.in. and I.ucv W'unscho.
yarns, spieu tour i.euraggied figures doelared to bo n (lerman. both hav
ploddlng along. At sight of tho brass I nK American passports, wero re
buttons they dropped their bags nnd mnnded In How Street Court to-d.iy.
fled. Tho three boys obtained a good .,,, r UeinK charged with falling
lead and were drawing near to free- , r0B,Ml,.r jlH Un alien, giving falso
ilom' I Information and being In possession
Out the ,.park of gallantry that 0f a r.ilse p.issporl. nnd Hodgson with
lurked in Patrick Hoy tlaicl Into 1 un. nm, ,,,,, hor.
n.iino un ne gi.un.-fii iiiii'k nnn saw tint Hodgson, who Is
gut mriiKKuiig ineiny in me iear. Ho
paused and then turned I Kick to help
her, .is IJurkln nnd Ijiilun lied on.
I.iko g.illunt heroes, Hoy p.iiil
ror ins siieriiiee. , niomeni later tin
By ROBERT El) G REN.
CAMIIIHDOK, Mass.. Nov. 20.-Vhllo waiting for the teams to line up
tho Yale nnd Hnrvnrd undergraduates exchanged cheers and matched their
singing abilities. Ynlo choored Cnpt. Alnhan of Harvard, nnd tho Crimson
shouters Immediately returned with threo longs Harrards and three times
threo for Cant. Wilson of Ynlo. Thcro was a crowd of nearly GO.000 on
hand as tho game started.
White Harvard's team was made
i"P the rival Captains mot und tossed
a coin. .Harvard won, and chose the
south goal, with the favoring wind.
Ynlo lined up to kick off. Evidently
tho wind -was getting down Into tho
field, for twlco the ball was blown
from II pyramid.
tluertiHoy kicked off o Harvard's
20. yard line, ami Mnluin punted right
back without waiting to try tho Yale
line. aln began pounding back very
slowly from her 3G.yard line. Fall.
Ing to mako tho down In throe tries
at Harvard's line, thnt seemed too
solid to bieak through, atternsey
punted to Harvard's 16-yard tine.
Mahnn tried to break through, but
could not. Harvard wan penalized
for Molding, und Mohan stood on hi
oun go.il line and punted out sr,
Wilson shot through a hole torn In
Harvard's lino by lllack and C. Shel
don nnd dashed down tho Held 32
yardi before Mahan brought him
On Harvard' 20-yard line Yale
fumbled und Harvard got the hall.
Milium punted back sixty yurda and
Klngtmm fumbled the ball. Harte
wai cloxe to him and had tho ball
beforo Hlnghum could turn around,
and, without a single blue-Jrrseyed
player within llvo yards of him Harte
galloped nrro tho chalk lines and
touched tho ball down behind the
goat post. Malum missed the goal.
Score: IIAIlVAltl). (!: YAM:, o.
tillcrnney Kicked off to i harvard's
15-yard line. Mniian eumo pushing
back for llvo yards and then punted
down to Yalei 32-ynrd lino. The ball
took a backward bounce and a Har
vard player fell on it. Guernsey
smashed into tho Harvard line and
was thrown without a gain. Wilson
took two yards and then tho ball was
passed back to Uuornsey, win. wui
almoin instantly downed ten yards In
HARVARD'S ATTACK SWEEP8
THROUGH YALE'S CENTRE.
Guernsey punted out to mldfleld
and Mnhun tried another short punt
In rftuin, but tho wind carried the
ball over tho goal line. Cuernsey
tried to break tluough (ho line, but
was smeared without gaining an Inch.
"NOT MRS. M'ADOO, BUT
CHAUFFEUR TO BLAME"
Sn Wife of Treasury Secretary Mas
Not Hccn Called to Court, Is State
ment From Husband's Office.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 20. Mrs.
William O. MoAdoo. wife of thn Sec
rotary of tho Trunsury and daughter
of President Wilson, is not In tho
bud graces of tho taw, and will not
havo to appear In court at Savage,
Md., for speeding, it was announced
at McAdoo's olllco to-day.
Her chauffeur, Edward Huyden, It
wan said, Is the guilty pctsan. He
drove her car nt nearly sixty miles
an hotjr on tho wny from Hililmoro,
the authorities allege.
Mrs, McAdoa was In tho car.
WOMAN WITH AMERICAN
PASSPORT IS HELD UP
Lucy Wunclie, Who Is Declared to
He a German, UnJer rrest
With Man in London.
llodgxon, who Is described aa i
mining eiu.lncei, has a passport is
lied In WushlltGioii on .March 7. Int.,
I. lies H ulli'lie H luihtlHirt Uim isHiiml Wnijllill
III II" rl in on .J ill in Unlit were vis
iiiiiiiieui laier t e in u"inu ii jun h. inuii eri v inea
hand of Anderson closed upon tip) in Amsterdam oil Oct 'li, the woman's
Durkln and Qulnn being Indorsed "accompanying hui-
Jlniniexeil h,H ivnv tli
talllllfil lit W llluntl .... II It-
of tho mountain Into the se.
band to KoKland,"
(Continued oa I(htXi VaMtl i".
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