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COOLLY BY HERMES
Crew Rushed to Places
and Kept Cruiser Afloat
BY THE EXPLOSION
Forty Reported Miv.it.fi ^<
stroyers Saved Most Wound?
ed Men Rescued 1 irst.
Doror. Nov. 1 It II BM
that tho liritisli cruiser Hermes, which
???? sunV by a German subsaaril I
terday, w?s attacked twelve ? I?
riy aasjtfuail al I
the northern . sd <>t' the Strait of
l'..\rr. at 1:16 h ? Several torpedo
ihr ?round. . three
quarter i of ?truck,
and then h. . .1 over and -
greater number . the crew of 800 i
men, while other vesi
ifa in sr i
marino. Two m. i wei b* the
Dr. M ' rgeon of the 1!
??peakiup to-day at a recruiting meet
?'le or. tl a marine parade ground here,
"We ? kf?st.
that anything waa v rong a
i.lates on ! about thi
l coin and our 1 asta fell ll '
lupa. I v man
d order. I
fatal to th? ' law to the
i si en il of 1
in deck ar. i ?
men bad b?
London. Nov. ; "The Dally Chron
H*lf" publiai), i the fe . ant 1
n corre???.1: ?? name
Of which he -
"I have Jual
most tragic .
.r.y vv-.th a
rew-spr^rn r correspond
- vv; I
Mimewhat mist>. I I I
Okaamf ty aatf kefflad aadar tha
control of :'~.t Fremck fioriraanal
Used at meals
pepsia and re
l Gout, In?
Ask your Physician p
Note the Name
Sold m Q?ARlS, PIH?S ?no SPLITS.
BOOM time I Ktooit wstching it sailli
"Suddenlj there roee freai lier sl<
a ?leine cloud of l>\nek am.ike, whl
aM ?Ik?? fee the pplashini*;
wavee Bgalnsl Ike veaaeL rhe Heim
Stopped, und then WM In nril what
t????i? t?> be the rutile O? gMB. It Wl
. i aad ha wil . Ight
svidenl t>? ht something \?h* he
peeing, hihI the rat tu* ?<f guns nt a,
me. invisible enemy BOgSatated nt ?ti
that the vessel whs m conflict wi
? tabmarine. M) glasses, powerf
igfc the) wire. failed, however,
et the preeeaee of en*/ i-uch ??
"! or ri few seconds ? pi?" **f ?>',',
?moho hune i?i>i?ut the strickeB eruiae
and then the Hanne?? turned Itl Itol
toward ?here i ?ns standing. Tl
ire???) ship was BVideatl) Miikini; be
? t, for the Btern towered up bigha
above water. Thee it dioappean
?lowly, it ?as us if ? veaael with
luth stiin was fadini ever the hor
"Several other veeaela, indistinct I
tii?> mist, wen to be mob standing b
Meanwhile ob shore, where the loss <
? ? .?a- witneeeed, help signal
were hoisted, and present?} two Frene
torpedo boats, with full steam crowds
on, sped oui te the spot where th
Hermes ha 1 gOBS Under.
"?'ne could not help keeping one
? i ?m those hurrying litt!
?. knowing thai i? similar traf!
b i ' be awaiting them on thai
aving Brrand, bat evidently th
ubmarinc commander deem?
his feat sufficient for the tuno beini
and we watched the torpedo boat
turn ?n safety. Several Ashing sb ich
' foi '? time OB the sput."
GERMANS USE DEAD
Fight Desperately, but ii
Vain, to Break Down
[B] ? ? B? '
Petrograd, Nov. 1, Whea it brenn?
evident that tire campaign wai lost oi
the Vi-tula froi : the Germani en thi
and moot persistent attempts to
the defence cf tl <? Rueslant there
???th?r in hope oi coming to the i
. ? .
? flanh ?M to cause ? diversior
? ? Rassiaa fori Bghtinf,
has been obstinate to <? negrei
. .. anything > et oxpei
but the fJerraana havi failed t?
make an impression on the Russian de
In tome places the trenches are nol
tempts to Ihm* Russian intrencl
. - of dead in fori
them as to inta
desperation of the last
at length ri ached the
;. the Germant advanced to theii
dead and used them a?
rate strait) of Germany on thi
larzevo, which number i< veral divi*
. with a ?i sately lar*,-'
numl. i ? j gune, are not onlj
regiments of active and ??
ns, hut also garrison troo]
Koenigsberg, and even from Pom
The have bepun a for
aard ng this fr? I
WONT HIT ENGLAND
TILL BATTLE ENDS
London, Nov. 1. An Exchange Tele?
graph dispatch from The II... ?
i eral trains filled a ith cannon
? * red for
.. sed Li?ge, bu* I sve
ich on Hi gland having
poi ed until the present bat
Il y lias prohibited the impor
papers into any
EXPECTED AT ONCE
Bail Weather Impedes the
Allies?Tribute to Wal
Loados, Nov. 1, An Fxrhange Tel.'
graph dianateil from Poking, ?latid
Saturday Bight, sapai
" I'hr fall of TsingTmi !s expected
momentarily, The Allies expected tu
enter to day, but ??re Impeded by the
bad weather. The bombardment SO*?
t'tiuid sti eini.itisly all <lu>, both from
s? u and land."
Toh o. Nov. 1. Official advices shov?
that a doeperate tight is being made
at Tsing Tau. For miles from shore
? i reflectl tin- 11.11111"? from the
burning Shipyards, ens reservoirs and
houses that had boon net atiro by
?helle from the Japanese and British
warships and Und artillery, which
.over the riches of the infan'.ry.
The Germana are strongly in
I trenched, having at least thirty forti
I te.i positions, with log guns, whils
i-laborats ayatema of barbed wire en
langlementa and snbtorroneon minee
have Impeded th. advance ol the Al
li?e. Binco October M then- Kn??
been easualtiee daily. The leases yes?
t. rdsy were slight.
Aeroplanos and balloons furnished
. tin rangea foi the Runners. The Kui
.set's Fort has replied t'.ercoly. The
guns of F.tis Fort have done no dam
It i| stated that, as a tribute to the
gallantry of Meyer Waldeek, the Or
nun Governor of Kiao-chau, no de?
mand for the surrender of Tsing-Tao
!.n- i>een made,
KING OF BELGIANS
LAUGHS AT KAISER
Amsterdam, Nov. 1.?"The Belgian
K-.tip-'j bearing when be is under tire 11
splendid," savs the "TijilV Dunkirk
"While t!;r wounded WON boind
. withdrawn on one occasion he stood
calmil smoking a cigarette and super
intending operations, with projectile
bursting all around. Tie King is a
great comrade to the soldiers. Fre?
quently he takes his Hit, all at the sol?
diers' mess, discussing with the men
induct of the campaign and the
likelihood Of early poner.
"He baa been greatly amused at a
visitor's account of tin- Iiukc retinue
of guards with which the German Em?
ITALY'S ARMY AND
NAVY IN READINESS
American Just Out of Country
Says Sentiment Is Strong
for the Allies.
? Trtbuae i
London, Nov. 1 According to Henry
. F.vans, an American, who arrived to?
day from Italy, the feeling in th..'.
country Is overwhelmingly in favor of
the Allies. When In- hit h few day
SgO it wai th'Ti frit that Turkey would
tl ?? Conflict, and many Italian: .
he said, expressed the .?pinion that
Italy would soon join the Allies. He
"The Italian army is in fine shapt,
!.. navy. The Italians br
? their navy will soon mak'j
tion of the Allies in the Modi?
terrai ? ?n, while the
could deliver a mortal blow to
"Th- .rtage of coal ri
Italy now, although there appeared to
Fr..m w hat ! could
Irurn Italy : - preventing foodstuffa
from going into '?ei-many. Many Ital?
ian papera fa "??<~-y assail the Germans,
while the Italians themselves say there
, would 1?'- a revolt if they had to tight
1 ir the Auitrisns."
Suffi fyHuw?r Jfaz-i
Annual Election Sale of
Men's Winter Clothing
In the Main Store, Broadway, Fourth Avenue, and Ninth Street
650 Suits of $30 and $35 Grades at $22.50
350 Suits of $25 and $27.50 Grades at $18.50
300 Overcoats of $30 Grade at $22.50
In the Lower-price Store. Broadway, corner Kighth
763 Suits of $20 and $25 Grades at $16.50
I 347 Suits of $18 and $20 Grades at $13.50
511 Overcoats, $20 and $25 Grades, at $16.50
Broadway at Ninth Street
BATTLE OF FLANDERS
IS CALLED BLOODIEST
Correspondent Says Carnage I? Most fearful r.ver
Known, lar Exceeding I hat in Aisne light?
Kep?irts Allies Sure ol \ i? tory.
[B] n ir. i. ?? ?ti U ? ?' M | M I 1
London, Nov. f, "The Dally Chrofl
I lele" tai day publish?* **<? fellewiag
I seal b] b eerrespeadenl from "North
? ??asi Franra":
i "Th?? battle nf Pleaders has aee
1 I Friday Bight I bri n ifl piOgfOOl fat
tjiiht *i\t,',.n day?. Tkeejgfe at th?' mo
J ment at which I write the Btopendoai
straggle cannot be snid te have reached
its conclusion, I think it may be safelj
?tated that ths rosoli is bo longer la
any doubt, and that the aituatioB eaa
be samBsed up Ib coactes form. The
Germaa raid ob the three coast towns
of tins part <?f Franco Dunkirk, Celait
and lloiilojjn?' has not only BOOB frus
tratad, bat the weald be raiders havi'
been punished in u m h ri tit r which
cannot fail to ha? a- tremendo? sffecl
on the nioniie of the entire German
arm?, and on the whole Germaa plan
"A? I write the nitfht air is pul ?nt i n y
with the dull throb "i contending artil
lery. The dread music of tin. guns
sin^s the loud anil trafic finale of the
bloodies! battle of the war, and to day
ha? been ore of its most BWful da]
Last nifrht reports from the front pa I
Of I lull in the titanic straggle. The
i Allies were said to he in Impregnable
positions an?! fighting with magnificent
elan, and with that splendid spirit bred
of certainty of victory. And tiny WON
\ ictors BVOryi here.
"The Germans were ftriifririiiKr with
the valor of desperation, their spirit
almoel at its last ebb, New and then,
with superb dash and with high brav
??ry. which must he acknowledged, they
pushed forward ha lie and there, only to
lie driva n hack. Airain and Bgaifl t h??>
returned te Ike charge, the long line
swayed and re formad itaelf. It twist
ed and straightened again, hut it held
everywhere. Thursday's sun sank, and
; two wearied armies welcomed the dark
ness. Here and there under its cover
the enemy abandoned their lines of
trenehes, but this did not mean re?
"Before the morning light illumin?t
led s field of most awful carnage the
rare al h again with redoubled
% ?gor, shah lag I house ?
within a rang? of twenty mil?
wiiknifr people from their sleep. The
artillery duel Opened b terrible day.
Ilardh was it light than great mat et
of tin' I'm.my v ?i? attacking once more.
Undoubtedly extremely strong rein?
forcement had arrived i* ? ? nol ?
local attack; it extended along the wkole
?n Belgium, mid then
i aj bej ond Lille, to the south
and southwest <'f whieh it raged with
"I think it may hi- said thai r><r the
time being ihr battle of l
newed ?b tin- manner, partook of the
? ' ? of a diversion while a de ipi r
ate effort wat hi
, the I'll'' in the regioi
Canal, m pursuauec of the Germefl plea
ol' reaching thi
fortified tows ?'f Boulogne. Ho
may he, the day ob tl i Flanders
; front SW S any of
the tifta-en that had
World'* Hloodiest Battle.
"The hat'le of Flandert will undonh'
? d'y iri do? ri in moal
languinat*) m tt,r<-e months of war.
Before the struggle for l
Cala i ended and ended l am i ure
! it v. ill be at ati early n i
i battu will almost certaii
dos n m h ist oi y with tl
ot ben'jr the hloodil ll battle
whole world't h i ?ton The slaughter
on thi' Marne and the Aisne pales he
fore that on the undulating country*
ride oi Flanders, It is indeed doubt?
ful if the number of those ? ; ?
perished ever ??:l' *r?e exactly reek
? ind or known.
"Those who have bei-n In thi battle
teil me the grimmest
, slaughter ff the p. i i Fields i
awellini ? I? dan? are litte
a ith dead in great l ? apa In lbs d<
' i nu in-., death i i i ome In whole-?
ia. iron and in i filled tbi I ?? ?
up the 1 ? i m,m. to be roma
bored m history for. si which fa
it enn be ail without oxaggeratl
t run with blond. 'I be cal ai i al 11
places .-an in- in Idgt d with dead b<
I. i bs land whi? h bai boon loex
?i S'ieupoi t and Dlxmnde ii
w h I eh wordi really fail to ?
acribe. The aratoi la thicb w
? Olp ?? i and Hindi- miidd.v O Ith I
splash of sh. l! -
"it was a t> riIbis light! ?ti ofli<
tells me, to see Germaas caught
their it tren.-linn ut \? lo-n the le
came rushing in upon these. Juot
thai time the (Ire from the Be. t s
from 'in- batteries of ths All t? d for*
was Increased eery greatlj In intense
?m the edge of the flooded ores ths I
fniitry '.'.ere lit ?ink with bullol S
bayonet In ?? flood of lire and wat?
m a perfect tornado of terror which
one w 'no saw it cut? OVOS OOSSlbly Wi
out oi i. : memoi i. t reneh after I ran
?san taken, and s deep wedge wai diiv?
into the ? lei man pn.. ?t lone.
Mure Shells Iban in H.?er War.
"I talked with s Midler of the Blai
w ateh. '.''' lu il back tin ie.' he sal
Ile -ht down und we listened to tl
boomii.' of tl >' gun ;. Ha told me he
the i'ii" of t !?? moniton raked ti
trenches, 'Why,' In- asid, 'there ha?
be< h mote hi Us thrown between tl
. B ai i Dis ? ude during the lael we.
a -. Bred durii g the whole of tl
Boer War. I wai in one trench whle
ara ha? gi I by the Germana Bftec
tune- In tWO dl] SI '1 a night, an
without ??? - ? ?vfter thai II wi
limpl) . Iipolaible to charge an;, un.t
as the ground ws trewn so thickl
with di'i bodic Beven of the eharg?
were made during tl,. night,and dorin
the Is ' !... me ? of tl-.
heaviest fighting has been done sfte
? 1st i k. But tl G - ? brav i
t?i. ?me on sgai
?nil i ii numbers! Bo
when tin". ' I the Britia
bayoneta they simply turn and i
"Severe il in the lot.g bett
and el arge
: ..m --.-n an
ii.nd. i -i ? . ? ? ? i.. inten
th. war -?? far. Th
? iptured Gei
man ' theii irpi lee s
the volume of fire from the Englisl
Night Attacks I ?-rritt..
'? B? Igian and Acera havi
for the ti. n the I ? it no
thai kind. Tin
? ? t ati eake.
Il ad and a ram ? rspni ! Inir.-t upot
lowed into their
trench? i. The betraj ng
ird the e innona1
? in I again. There
;S H i
I the t i are
Perhapa a line
? ? cover, d bj tn
mendou effoi t, and upon it the Br I
: ? ? rtill?
and deati ici t Is 1
? is won at ti ltd lost
H.-rlin, Kov. i fvia London 1 The
? .trinan ai mj headq . 11
following coi Mini;:
"The opera! ? ? i Belgiun :
cult ?wing to inunda!
and the Vr
tion of th. ' iport
troopa have sdvaneed neai ipn il
least 600 prisonei were captured; also
some British guns.
"The force- '.ghting to the westward
oi Lille also have progressed.
"About 1,500 prisoners were taken
near Vailly. In the region of Verdun
and Tool there has been only insignifi?
"In the northeast the battle against
the Russians ii .-till indecisive."
Manchester, Mass., Nov. |. -The fol?
lowing ? i- ? ? ..-?? from
von Berchtold, Austro-Hungarian For
eign Minister. was given ma her?
night by the Austro-Hungarian Ambas?
"Near the (?r.lician and Bukowinian
border re have R
column composed of ;
"In the middle of Galicia our I
I..-, p ?.11 occupied pe
?'-.- !. .-. r I.. ? ? repu ? .
hundred if Rnssisn I tal
"In Rq - : .m Poland then tight
"In the reoeeupied Bak?iwiniai
?? lei the '?u - .m. : a.?? behav. ii in a
in a. tiy manner, pill... es and
executing people with? ut reason. The
i of propel -..- m Cier
nowits, where tin- Ruaaiana tresi
even on a Red Cross institution.
FIND WORLD PEACE
AT ASTOR DINNER
Representatives of .Many Na?
tion Aid in Sil\er Wedding
Kven though the eastern half of the
world is torn v. ah conflict the n
peace ami preeent last niirht at s din
givei n 1 li>- Hot 11 Astor, a'
v .-re present representative! of all the
The occasion was the i'-. r Wedding
celebration of Mr. and Mrs. ? I
? hamborlaia, of I ondon. Mr. I
I rrlam is English ;??
French. Mr. an-! Mrs. Carl li?
tt ?n, who were present, are German,
and Mr. and Mr I . i??? ? ?? Ii .
claim Belgium us thei
M ? B. 'I--.-it:? tn: II ha? two I
the (ie- i
.. - ? M i Havi - .-tan unele
The head Waiter became interested
the fact the
i. present, d and made inc.. i
resulted In th? ? rj that tin
nihilist In th? tra waa Ita
?-..??.. in An
i.' i ?
v hile the coffei .... , Turk
\ ; ? I
| ? ? . . .
?? tivitie? ended m a toa
i vrrv bod ? he w ,,r en !
rimii, and with honor to all."
KAISER GREETS MOTHER
OF VON FUERSTENBERG
I 'rrli.':r.i? ]
Rotterdam, No?, l.?Tfce"Berliner
Morgea Poet" states thai ?>n tin* <>??
caeioa ?>1 Ike bestowal of the Iron
Cross ?m Prince Karl EgoB ?<?n
Paersteaberg Ike Kaiser s?'ni the
lollii..in_ telegram lo the Prince's
"I congratulate >?>u most heartily
?in the Iron Crees which your Karl
haa won honorabl?, an?! at the same
time am the machine (funs which
ha??' hei'n captured by ?our non.
"Please impart to your Mux my
(?real joy iiincerninjr this.
'(.aid help us forward in these se?
rious ala> - !
'"In all friendship.
DRIVEN 20 MILES
Capture i ritish Party by Trick.
but Are Then Badly
LaOndon, Nov. 1. A Renter ?ii-patch
"Colonel Albert - has ib
Licht? nberg disti
?he Transvaal, killing thirteen, wound
lag i' ' .'?nil capturing twenty-four.
? ? captnred it Commandant
"Commandant ?h? Villiere was out
"itrniir when he mol a
n hil command i with a h it.- flag
tached ?'? their rifles. De Villiers ap
proached the hand, whereupon -ii
rebels attacked him and captured 110
ridels then aaTvanced against
l | fores from ts
reel Ubert defeated them
and chased them twenty miles .
the bolder. |n their flight the rebels
discarded theii earti and bicycles."
HOLES OUT IN ONE
Baltusrol Club Player Realizes
the Golfer's Great Ambition.
Short Hills, X. .T.. Nol 1 A golf
? r'r. amh non of a lifet to hol??
out in ?nt.- .-.! > estei :
?i ? nooB at ' i??? H.? iisrol ? lolf < tub
links, when Tom C. IVatkins, i i
Orange, i;1 n one
. t of his achievement, Mr. Wat?
kins, a atoran play? I - place
ortala 1 ho club
Phi niath is a hil . with
the greco becked up by s pond,fl
rj faced hi i
Mi. Watkint usi d a
i ? ? dropped I n ths
l*he di^i ince from
I the ta to thi . ? - ..
VILLA MOVES HIS
ARMY ON CAPITAL
Mobilizes Troops at Three
Points ? Zapata to
Plans to Make Emilio Madero
? I T. agi .,. I.jna.l
' ?Toaros, M.-iico, Nov. i. BelievingI
that General Csrrsnsa has no intention
of giving up hil position as First Chief
of ths Constitutionalists and ?
Provisional President, (ien< ral Villa
te i. began moving Ins army to Mex?
ico City. At three mobilisation point:.
Guadalupe, Torreon and Zacatecas,
Ville had all available rolling stock in
Northern Moxieo concentrated, and
troop, were entrained for a movement
winch he admits mean i war for the pee?
aession of ths national capital. A:
troops of known loyalty to Carra?as
have been gathered at the larger towni
along the route Villa's ,.rmy must of
?.??in ? . take to the espita!.
Villa ?as nearly forty thousand men,
abundantly provision?-.i, and orden
were cat to-day to all garrisons
throughout Villa territory t<> be bold ?r
readiness Tin. would increase the
mobile Villa army to more than fifty
The Aguaaealientea convention has
I to be a peace conference, ac
coi in.;: to Villa leaders, it slready
hm eliminated Carra?as from power,
and it remaini for Villa and his army
to carry out. the wish.-? of the con
putring Carraass ?ut ni'
authority Carrants, if he can hold
them with him. has more men under
.-nu i da" Villa, but it i? assorted that
ron large garrisona an- only
waiting for an opportunity to join
Villa has received assurances from
Emiliano Zapata, whose forces are
menacing tin- auburba of Mexico City,
that be Will act v ah the Northern
leader and will prevent Carranza from
g additional troops into Mexico
It was learned unofficially to-day
that General Villa plans to make
Emilio Madero, a brotner of the shun
President, temporary provisional Presi?
dent until a new government is formed
by the Aguaaealientea conference,
which, a i-< planned, will remain in SOS?
. mu ii.- to arrange a
peaceful aolution of the Villa-Carransa
Washington, No?. 1. Hater charges
Bgainst Villa and accusations that he
tapires to control Mexico through his
tary strength are embodied in ?
full a tatemen! aent by General ?'ar?
runza to the Aguasealient conven?
tion? the text "t which irai mads pub?
I ths I onsl Itutional I -' ageaey
The Constitutionslist ehieftain not
brandi \ :.. . ..- ambitious
?o eontrol all th?- powers Of the nation,
but deelarei hi- will call upon tin i 01
stttutionallst arm> u, fight against
th?- Mexican people"
.1 sble to procood
? ? u orfc bee anse Moth. 1
be animated with the same Id?
abnegation and patriotism" sa himself.
Carransa eontenda that Vllla'i deter?
mination to retain coniand Of s mili?
tary <iiv :^ion and his demand for the
appointment of s civilian to the presl
Bency refleel his purpose t.> dietate
the sffairi O? the nation si military
DOOM SUEZ CANAL
Dr. Graves, Former Spy,
Says German Assistance
Before the week ii over Bu .-. 1
declare war sgainst Servis and
to Dr. Amgaard
Karl G merly an international
spy m t?o ft iermany an 1
ited a ith the British Secret
1 urther, Dr. Gravee asserts
munition ami munitions of ?var await
the Turkish invading forces at Smyrna
and Damascus, in Egypt.
l>r. Gravea gave bis views on the
Turkish situation yesterday at the
Waldorf, and, to give weight, to his
prediction;-, referred to other events
which he said had happened as he had
prophesied, Including the outbreak of
the European war and the fall of Ant?
"The entrance of Turkey into the
?var." said Dr. Gravee, ".- the reault
of blundera committed by the Allies,
ill} England? When the German
i ? Goeben and Brealau made s
Boaporu ! pointed out
their destina'in', r ?r'r. -h waters. The
.1 of Turk.
lj the sttituds to bi ?
"While '' a 1 el. ar I mi
use th. ?? sgain . the A I?
lies, they permitted her to Bit on the
v.aliout forcing I er band
km-w that the existence of Turk? y
solely on German sueceea.
"Anothei factor i - the holy war.
Such a war is imminent, and it will
f th.- whole ; sp of Asia. Think
lems in Britain's
I'., my own knowl?
edge, 1 quipment in guns,
etc., has boon
tored 'ti D end Smyrns
" 1'he Arst aim of ths Turks. 1
vised by ths Gen G? serai Staff,
will be the destruction of thu Sur/.
Canal. This will fake place St the Red
e, si ths locks of Sue 1, a? i
wi1! occur withifl a fortnight. To be
explicit, 1 will itats a definite
"What a blunder Kngland made in
permitting Germany to gain eontrol
troops can be fed into Asia Minor.
What tl the >u. ?
will nu 1 h to the Allh - 1 "ii
"To those who have any doubt I
Bulgaria will take 1 ha-.?
??lily tO point oat thll fact Within
the last '.-..- weeks (iermany bs
?' I >i In'1 ' guns and
ammunit Ion thi tus ia and w er
the Bulgarian frontier, in Turkey. 3l.e
da) Bulgai ia 1 ? the k<
the a! the Bs
Statu ' e tl eat of Gi eece to eat? r
Turks is pure
"Another fact that ?as ju?t come
t.. mi knowledg. - that the sudd tn
a movement to
any's naval and aerial
tat 11 to the
? ? -?v ?. in 1913, on a
on for the Britiah Secret Service,
PHYSICIAN TRIES SUICIDE
Fills Pockets with Rocks and
Jumps Into North River.
I)a?*.pond? nt beraute of ill health, ilr.
Kdwanl A K?ily, sixty-three y?*r?ra old,
el IM West 104th at., leaped from the
pier at 07th nt. and the North Kiver
yesterday afternoon, after Ailing his
pocket! with stone?.
Up whs rescued by a t.<j(r ?nil pt?r<?d
under arrest on h charge of attampting
BUleide. I'r. Kelly was recently a pa?
tient in tin? Ward's Island asylum.
N. H. INDICTMENTS '
Ten or More Believed To
Be on List Grand Jury
Will Hand Up.
Indictment* against half a MOT?, and
perhaps more. former directors and of
ticials of the New Haven Railroad will,
It is expected, be handed up to-day by
?he special United States Grand Jury
which for nearly a month has been
hearing evidence calculateal to show
that the Sherman law was violated by
ihe roa?l in setting up and main'aing ?
monoooly of transportation in New
The indictments were completed late
in the week, and y astenia y Jan.e-, V.
Osborne, who appeared as special pros?
ecutor, and Prank M. Sckwacker, a spe
ciul aaeiataat attorney general, who
has had charge of New Haven matters,
returned from New York from a con
ferenee with Attorney Qeaeral Cre?
ory in Washington. Mr. (.regory was
formerly IB charge ?>f New Haven mat?
ters, and with the expertR on indict
menta went over the papers in the ease,
which have beer*, prepared with un?
usual care becaus?; ?if the prominence
? f those involved and the certainty
that the ablest court-el will combat the
efforts of the government at every step.
No one associated with the case
would discus.-, it for publication yes?
terday, nor give any intimation as to
wkat names will be found in t; I i\ -
pets when they are handed in.
In a Ur-'T dated Nay 12 Justice Me?
Reynolds, then Attorney General, pro
to 'h?' Interstate Commerce
Commission against the calling of cer?
tain poteens lea? if give them immu*
Tho-i s ho have follower! th"
?a?e think thej ?es a partial list of
FIRST VOTE THE
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under the Eagle it a vote for all the
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and the 3 Oittrict Delegatet.
The Republican Club of the
City of New York.
TAKE THIS WITH YOU
TO THE POLLS!
In a I ree and Independent Judiciary
Rests the Safely of Our Lives,
Liberty and Property.
Do VOL Belie?.e Judzes Should Be
FOR JUSTICE OF THE SITREK COCJtT
OF THE REST JLDICIAL DCTRJCT
NO PARTY NO BOSS
?thoae whom the jovernoicnt hoped ta
In that list were the name, , '
?'parles S Mellen, whoos title
, ntunlty was clinched by 'ailing him aI
,i witneee before the grand |ury? K. D
Robbing, the former general i
for the New Haven,
scribed es the man "who eo
tind a way to do ?r .'
mm Rockefeller, Georg? I
Lewis Caes Ledyard, I
Miller, ?'harles r Brook? I I '
Coal Lands Back to Nation.
Washington, Nov ' I
ment (it .li
agreement with ' I
and I:> '?'?'' -.
several thousand sen i of I >S
' olorado, ana r< d to I
obtained rears aejo throug
will he restored to th?
lands ?re part of I
, | ? . town "f Ae .
!,_s'i acres .at ' i|
timated to be wortl
CH?UHCEY J. H.KLI?,
Progressive Candidate for
Mr. Ramlin ia a ropn ' of one
of Igeotern Net
His grandi il
?in, was proprietor of I
l?ge Farm" at Baal \ i
? ?' "Mambrino K A | .ate of
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key for high ???
Buffalo L i
his ability at the bur I
impori int office ' of bank
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i. . .
f the four .
ic of Buffalo, an
had for :?- toll pun
: lier of men they
! a bad
?nt in which hi
powerful f ?
a eommisiioB charter
was one of the Hvo who
new charter and il or.e . ? |
wkees efforts have lai ?
year he was one
ticket in the ( ?
lin vr? .
Legal Aid Ban i
ing free legal :>
srried and ' ren.
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Bid : "He lid I
irg frame the MB
h starting Bu:*.< .itisan
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obligation to Mi
work he hai
Ham lin foi
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therefor.- the pari
; man as Lieutei IB I
irr (,overt i
cev J. Hamlin is 1
BUFFALO, It Y.
FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR
James W. Gerard
American Ambassador to Germany
To Vote for Him
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