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GUARANTEE
Your Money Back
If You Want It.
bee EditoriJ Page. Pint Column.
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SCritmm
First to Last?the Truth: News - Editorials ? Advertisements
WEATHER
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Vol. LXXIV
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 81, 1914.
? ?
IiDir?V n\'L' /'i.'X'T Mi Cil? et mmt Smtk, Hmife. Jam? tmf em? Batatas
HIVTi OATi l I\.\ I KIMMIIIKMMIHIM?
POISON BARES
DUAL LIFE OF
L. E. ROGERS
Two Women Bore Mis
Name, One Mother of His
Two Children.
DYING, SHE SWEARS
THEY ARE MARRIED
Real Wife Is a Sister of
Prof. F. H. (jiddintfs.
of Columbia.
RELATIONS KNOWN
TO FAMILY, IS HINT
One Child Dead and Another
Fatally III Because of
Suicide Attempt.
' h rlu.-il domestic* arrange
th? mo?*
remarkable ever brought 'n public "t
.. under which, it hait been
. , liable au,:
?he h .? - ? with another woman
' kit? -wledge of hi? fl
to Hfhl yesterday in association
, - i . :r.pi of Mr*. Ma
M r? rn that ?he
Klton Roger?, a
law\rr. ?>n 'I ?u?d-iy gave bichloride of
mercury to her two children and th?*ti
?irank of I irtell The
?
Ig? ? .. i*h*?o. at the brother
I Isw-fOT*! real wife, is Franklin
11. t, . ' olumbia '
iiuthority. H il sis
Rogera in 1909,
and ha.? been living* with him until re
i !rive apartment.
Real Uife Not a Mother.
The ? childless,
.?mall house m The Bronx
has been i % th? won.an who ha?
borne the lawyer two childron. Ropers,
i; It hough refusing to lay whether he
arried to the tMMI and inaiat
at a charge of bigamy could not
.air t him. la<-t nii-ht swore that
) e ??? the fatht ; \tOO.
Many conflicting statements were i?
? Ifo, the woman
anon HooplUl, raerabon of the
mily and friends of the
lawyer and tne two women m\o!ved.
itetaent was
made by a close friend of Rog?
of the mother i dren. The
il his iden* I
'hat he has been well
?vitii both for yeiir- ai.d is
of their uves
?..(/et ?
. ro, who married
Klton
| -ii the
"
? their childhood. Shi
? rom good family
... ?? m
?* 01 il ?Sogen have
with the lull
Bohiad that
nderful ro
' ?.id."
?W.Mci,. >f,,. >*.,ar<.
Lebanon Hospital vo.
un known as Mrs. Id..
>ie to
? mo V. (lealy ?
! to Lorlyi Klton Rogers.
re-fusing flatly to explain hit
. If ar.d
?
??and on them.
? the ?.idding? fam
It emphatic denials of
? ? . .
?
?em > mgnt
?
tier oatirel?
T can't talk about
?now anything about it, at ?.
? ? ? i tond the
i the papers,
don't ? *hin<: abo ?
? ?
? ? -.1 f * we
? tin
iho ro?
?
???; you will
? rn<*."
?jgh her I
uuld
? ..? return ?.
?
I ? man <
II ?." ?aid his v. ?fe, "and
\\ ? u do
| ? . '?! ? o' ? ? ?
the head of
a? * iiofn as a home
rn hi? famn
l
I
had a ? At
?-naiit
"What Buyers Will
Look at To-day"
Doily Froturr m Th?- Tribun?
s<- I'm* i2.
$450,000 NEW YEAR'S GIFT
FOR CITY IN BIG NOTE DEAL
Bankers' Syndicale Will Pay Over Proht in Excess of
2 Per Cent. Which May Reach $500.000?
Underwriters Divide $1.604.87?.
receive a K?tW i
present of between 1460,000 and *
000. It li to be m tl l
sxeou ' per rent made b>
' syndicate of banks and U
panies in liandlin*- m
u oblifod te me ?
-? meat her maturing indel
ness nbrosd. The Ijrndieate .too,
. .1 the increase in th?
ra'.e, but actually it ?'a? abl.- to B
the 2 p.'- cent profit, to which it
limited by the barf-am mad*' by (
Prend? -Ka.t.
Under the term? at the af-reen
, i-fu.? pr?>fu mi. po to the i
The underwriting arai .lore ander
. | -hip of J. i Co
. Loeb * Co.. ai d 124 banks
tm it companies ?
1 profit, of the s
divided yesterday, amounted to
?>?''.*>:*?. The exact profit i
' cannot be ascertained until some
?he expeneef abroad eai
arenr.'.
"1 a**i jne!
''I'nderi-ft.t. expressing
MUCH WED WAGNEI
HELD AT ST. LOUi
Hoboken Man Was Abo
to Add New Wife to
Alleged Dozen.
Iniom-.mion was receive,!
that Karl von Wagner, v.r.,, - ?. ? .
to have been a "marriaee r
tot at Hoboken, Il under arrest in
Louis. Th< police of that eitji sri
asl"'d to ?Ittain ron Wagner until o
? otn Hoboken could b?
brinur h.rr. bark to faee rhtuires r>
i y the dozen-odd ?.?
?ay they are his wives.
Accornii:?- to the police repon, t
arrest canie about when ron Wagl
I u young woman
quaintanrc he had made ':, Hoboken
i m in St Laonia, i
wer,- about to be married when *
prospective Mrs. ?., Wi .?? I I read ;:i
newtpapei an account of von Wagl ??
I
" von Wa-zi ?
the sei:. Between 'lie two worn
?, i gner met hit Marna
Klee vi,.: '??
eomplic.? and boaineaa inunat-er, wl
.. ? led m Hoboken !'?
I in jail, a-'
nspirst?*/ '
The p..;:<??? estimate thai
and his accomplice defrauded nnsu
i women oui of $10,1.
WEIGHS 405: CUPID WIM
Giant Selectman Takes Brul
Who Tips Scales at 95.
,' 2 ?? -a?. ?
? \orwalk. Conn., D? c.
a ?Hii peneti
pounds ot human flesh with unerrii
aim srai
'-.
lettman of Wilton, ' man o
?
?
Hiirlbut t . er.ouj*;
?aK" for the l
puked oui a wife '4:... weigl
pound-. H.ir::
pi ?,ni inent m? mbei
iciation m is late; days. '!
riage was performed bj ? ? R?r. Rot
??rt K. Berry, ol
tional Church.
WILD AUTO KILLS
CIVIL WAR NURSE
Girl Cranks with Clutch In ( a
( hartes Through Crowd Into
Store Window.
Miss Adeline Smith,
,:n in
juries inflicted by an
which, "?'pen cranked while I
?,. (.harccd into ;? crowd of ??.hop
in Fulton st., Brookh I .
thro ig ? Indow .,'' tl.?- .-1
Compan?
'?' - 1 tl Wallum, eighteen year1
old. o* (ic.an Parkway, Ein
? ?
? . .
'?""? . whin
the motor stalled. / ?
.- -
clutch
WH the crank the
'
? -Wal?
lum and daughter had ?
nd the
a h Ich 44 a ?
from fly i ni" a
Hai
Smith
- ? ' ' eel ,*-he died
- ? i ? a ? t e r ! .
:
General Gran! pen
? '
I
- ?
PREMIUMS FOR CELIBACY
G. W Hale s Will Provides for
Relatives Who Don t Wed.
[ ,. r ...
ma'.rir,
.
$319 mi'
lai
CaJ., a nie?
married l*> I
?
. eouain, J . ?, of
Metbuen, ;i i,
? i .
?l
,. I
1 fue on -? ?? '
a credit to the < of at loael
MO. It will ? ?? bored " ?
tiie ? ntraet the citv
?. t c r 1 ? *-.
the rate <
$5,0 '"nines to the dollar.
"Y.\erything I ? bai liapi ?
that t?,'H- ; ;.- (onfl i mod ;? v b< i
the splerdid II r ice thai v.r.?. rendere
to the eit] bj th? ? ?? eate maaagei
and the bunk-, and '
yond ai 9 quasi on the mai Dg
contrai '.
The isini - fe
000, ' re required l
furnish in g? ?
hun |?0,000.060 f ?
. ai i? should be called for. Ac
?
"h ?ras m d? ri>to? .
I ortanat?
the changi
the citv. The . .h th? rate
;ich the ri'v agreed to di charg
ita foreigi I nd tl
?i ,t was poaaiblo to *ecure ex
change faeilitiei account? for th
? ' eh is now coming to th
city."
NEW STATE CIVIL
SERVICE MEN SURE
Republicans Making Nc
Secret of Intention to
Oust Commission.
R tarnst leih i ?? ? i |
Albany, Her :. ?. The? State I
Sen-ice Conmiaoion, agaiaat arhon
eharg? ipril by th?
State CIy.1 Borrica Reforai Associa
to go shortly ai- I I ?
f i Republieai
making do secret of their intentions tc
? ? ? eonmiaaion
which was whitewashed to-day bv Ciov
ernor Glyaa a*, the moment they aran
Dem?crata holding exempt
oni by declar - pe it ions
I
immediately afl ? ? ernor
? the firal thiogi Jndge Whitman
will do, il ' i fht, a .11 be
ti deauad the rc?-i?rnations of the three
nemii. "?i?.n. T i* ?
Jaeob Noa, of Brookljrrj; Dr.
Wo?tT, of N'-'.v York, l?en
James K, ?La-rery, of Poughkeepeie, Re?
publican.
on refuse to re
legislation ariping l'i-m out of
In any event, it
is proposed to .forming of
IBee part of the !'?< pnblicai
rogramm? One of the re?
's and
..: they
until Governor Sulner raised the
* 000 tO 15,. and 16.?
(?Jim;: ??
Gov? ??
It ?
?' .
placet ? - and
la, tha- 'In i ?ere ***** Ity of an?
pardonable -?"la;.
.
?
i Dgthe
: he found no Moo! of mis
?ch aroald warrant summarj
action ?m h
Yes-- of the
the i
.
.? ? ?
? until rii'i" r I? g
those
. ? ?
of bu
?-. Broi s
.' a York
cam?
?
tically all*.
Bureau ol State's of
iba.
According to the charges of the R?
1 .. had
.. ? in tin m
01 ' .
politi? ?? ittiag 'h.-in in
?p.i m
.- Republican
_m._
SUIT INVOLVES SOCKS
OF F0XHALL KEENE
Sportsman's Hosiery Prominent
F .?tturc in London Mabcr?
dasher's Bill.
? ? aaei? r,
eld up for i
.,
against the the
Court by Harboroa . l-.j, one of l. .-,
?
?
It may I
th..t !..
. ? , ?
? i of hi? ,
? ?
i pair, which, p? ?
Ki ?
i
? r?M -
, evidenl
? * ! "
and thi hirts al "?I* SI ii.
Keen?
?
each, and for this ,
S. VAN W. LEE,
HEIR OF NOTED
FAMILY, MISSING
Sleuths Fail to Discover
Trace of Him After Two
Months' Search.
MYSTERY BARED
BY COURT ACTION
Sister Now Seeks to Settle
$2.50,000 Estate Left
by Father
The mysterious - dleappea ranee nno
? .* for about two mi ? I Sam
Van Wick Lee, lawyer,
l?verai clul ell known hi: ??
r, ? enled -. ? lerda*
throng*! a proceeding hi Pore Surrogate
Fowler. Private de* er! i ves who were
? mployed to find Lan, who ... one of the
exeru'ors of the estate of his father,
Robert P. Lee, also a l:.'.vyer, have
searched far and wide ??or the missing
' nan and have reported their inability
to got ?ven a cle'v to hi.? whe-eabouts
or to ?ind any of bis friends who know
what has become of him.
Miss Anna Height Leo, of '.-2 I i*t S2d
slater of the missing lawyer, lived
in the same bouee with him. SI ?
vanees three theories for the disappeur
ance. They are that her bro'her has
1 gone to Europe, or ha- bren taken sick,
? tljf hiding from hu rolal
and friend.?.
I ? gal lid Hares Myster?.
Bo? I thl absence of thi?
brother and the presence of Robert 1'
Lee, another brother, in a sanatorium
at Amityville, Long Island, Miss I.ee,
?later, fosterdny obtnlnod from
? an order to serve
Samuel \'an Wi--k I.ee b) publica"
,i nr????? have the brothers re
ton *??' th<
i*- un 1er-' ? ?
".H0II-.
Lee'a abeonee bas mac;-? it impo
?"or Ifiaa Loe t< accounting
, in the estate of bor fathei
in 1911a Mr. Lei
] thht if at any time his daughter .hould
ritb the adminii
trillion of 'he estate by her brothers
uld apply to ha-<? them *"<
and a trust company mbotitntod,
Kumbaut & Wilson were attorneys;
Id.- a"'er the break- '
?iown of the son Hob. it they ha
to do with t'ne estate. Mr. Kam
baut KPi,l yf.'.erday that thev had noti-j
unuel \'an Wick I.? e, th.* n
i. er, thai law firm wi
and with the filing of ti,<- *af*t*nunt?
mg i't the Sorrogatei Court of his'
?
iiiii.li* any move to have il filed,
aft,m , Mr. Kan be I I m had
i nothing to de
Vffairs ?if K.late Mixed.
Hr. Leo's i I of i
and real estate. Mr. Kam
tj ..- ? ? er had s??n the
. . ?
? . . or one of b< m, M i. Lee
"Light ?' :
Harrj
i? William
M. I- .
ii Miss Lee in Ihe p ?
Both of i Lei
-
late outright and to i1
: ?I in trust.
.? : n afiida' It, in
sa) I ', other
disappeared from their home
ear? h foi bim.
In -?'vial place- where sonre?
eemi
about ? ? it Loo had
? two montha, which is the period
of his abs.-tice. He was s member of
? kmoteur Billiard < lub, of Brsod?
wa\ and ltd
-fronted thl
? 71 William at . until
daj the*, un xpecicdiy Found I
ii,n'!i. lr. ' | I ' d man.
who -ruI that he knew i ething ?
whereat,,,?it? of the lawyer. On the
??- re, and on ?
piece "
g thai i *? 'ia'' *""''
o.*.- ipied in :. long
Soon after the old man d
without
ee \- Jack's reetnutant, oi
tl. ? haunts of LOO, thl ' '? '
informed that be had i
Keen ? ?
AlgOIH'Uin, v here I
??it there ? ?
RECOMMENDS 2
YEAR LEAVE FOR
TEACHER PARENT
Committee Champions the
Stork in Report to the
Board ot Education.
MORE CONCESSIONS
NEEDED, IS HINT
Pian to Show Every Con?
sideration for Mother?
hood in Schools.
,. for
led by
tepoi . ternoon at the
of Educa)
t'liampi"'
?'; i.i ? as th? Ural
victory for their eat ?o, ai
confidence that the Board of Educa?
tion would not f.iil to adopt the re
poi t ? ? ttee. Final ar- ion
will be taken at the meeting Wedneo
when ten new members( nil of
whom are in favor of the t?.
mother;, srill be i eat? I.
The report eras to the
. but owir.^r to the small
lance 1 matter wa
until neal weak. I: had not beet ratl?
? by-laws commit U
.r.d for t;. ? ? D a voto of
: i wo ild have been requin
? , ?.? . the pro
?
Greater < oaceesion Baaght.
Sharp "! ? " ' '.''x'
on some r ;' the detail " "hi* re
nc.rt from th? tee tier-mother cham
ugh.
As submit!
? r is
chairman, tl ' ? i faced by the
re mai k tha - an -
prob
!? m aaow
without regard to anj opinions thai
may hav? b OUsly Sntel I
?
mhers
. committee who voted I
1 i.gner
?
The com*-, ttee' recommendation is
in the form of an addition to th?
img lea?e of aboence, ai'd
read? ?
"The Board of Education shall have ;
? 'H pract leave of absence with*
-.ind to principals and
teaeh? ? ? ? ? one
* err 'or pui It??*
if health, or for :? period of two
?"? *? bearing and rearina chll
Every m? mbei of thi
ag itatT hal l
min a? she be- ?
iware ? id failura
? act of in
.liiiation.''
oro
:? - follOl :
?? ?The con
irely lafe
to lean o the iudg?
. erei ion of the indi? ?dual
en to nppl
?
board and the com ;
?
room
ed thai - advisable
? , .-, rpoi '
s w -?. "
To Prated Teat her-Mother.
?perl con!
"That I in! of a I
marriage e
?
.,
"Thai ?' ,,r sehool
little
the interruption
it the
nine such
;,'i?ence
rabli ? ? a omen
?? ich In
tion s i like?
? ey can
nee.
rgi proportion
'
thi
I
?
tho grot?
to become '
?
? ?
"Thai ?
l.nli.:i-'l nil |iim<* II. i nimmt I
KRUPP 42-CENTIMETRE MULE.
OUTKICKS J AUTOMOBILES
'I It-p-Haws" of Victory Resound as Animai Holds Battlo
ground at Kearny Whil? Machines Art
Towed Away for Needed Repairs.
mu?a *i> attached ?o an expr?s*
wagon driven by l"?i-ar.i Cald ??
? automobile wa? OWOOd a'?,.:
. hn-nas Wille?. O? 171 I
wood ? ?Saal Orange.
!?.? BCOnd automobil-* Was owned
ami dr ?. l.cnies .lamisoii. of 1 ~ ?
Qlenwood ?? . B*W Oraago, and bold
..' .. brotboi. William ? '.
I be third ?i'.:omoh?;.
i ? . ad P . Lb? i : of i ?- 1
Kearny.
1 he men in the
? Orange for ' naor.
I he mule had eat?
?? the Bolvidere Tarapih "-?iing,
Kearny, - ? Ighl
ilo sad the Irai ???''" goiag li
opposite din et um-., me?
agon
two whi
the wagon- wboao drivei ra
tat, and the machine NM in'.a a con-j
rrete wall, " OC? panl -
jnty.
i ,' the
?
and '
? .,! loll
troubli. < '??r So -' cama i
t the mule tance I
....'"il and
?ma-hed the hood. 1 he rnulo "h.'e
? ?rice.
? ? ? '
? ",| it arid '
'
The tliin! automobil
? .
?pun
?' ... -.
and, ral Ing l * ear I ri d ..
? ell
Six ii' a war? '? ma?
llo m t,,, ,
a tien.
-
?
Italian Ultimatum Sets
Two-day Limit to Turkey
n.. ?
London. I>ec. .1.?The Kome correspondent of "The Dallj Ne*?? m>?:
"I am informed that at to-morrow'*-, Cabinet council a de? ?-?ion will he
rea<h<-d hi connection ??th the incident at llodeida. ?huh U still in
abe*. ;tn. .?. The government's patience is eihausted. and i'?irke> has been
peremptoril*. notified that the llritish ( onsul at llodeida must be released
Immediateh and thai the jrendarmes who broke into ?be Italian ? on-iilate
be punished.
"Turke> has been ?arned that no e\i use for further del?? ??ill be sc ?
??opted. A satlafactarj reply is demanded ??thin two da:, s."
15 KILLED, 32 INJURED
IN GERMAN AIR RAID
Dunkirk Bombarded from Four Aeroplanes?Women
and Children Among the Victims?One Attacker
I lit by Rifle Fire, but All Escape.
Dunkirk, Kran?*.'. I >???-. 30. In answer
to the Hritiah waterplane raid om lux
ha\ en German aeroplane?- to-d?v made
a raid on Dunkirk, and for more than
half an hour were dropping bomba all
,,-., r the town. According to return?
airead** in, fifteen per?, na '.?er.? killed!
and thirty-two wounded.
The visiting fleet comprised four
aeroplanes, both Taubes and Avia'ik?,
which (low several time, across the
city, dropping bombs on each journey.
Soldion in the streets replied with a ,
rigorous nfle fire, but the aeroplanes
spiled calmly en. One seemed to have
been hit, for the aviator turned on his
I,?-.id iinA descended several hundred
feet before righting himself. All got
lafely a
The bombs fell first on one side and
then on another. N"o sooner did one
aeroplane seem to be departing than
another arrived. The whole I t)
crackled with rifle shot? and b
1 which threw up denne clouds of black
smoke. Buildings and windows v..?re
smashed in all din H an we)
lines at one place were ru-,
through,.
The first bomb fei! on the forl
tion, two more near the railway sta?
tion, another in the Rue CaUH
another in the kitcbofl Of the militar)
hospital, another near the Town Hall.
other? in the Rue Pierre and the K ?e
Nieuport, ?nd the last near the
aracnal. Two fell in the suburbs of
Roaendaal on a iute factory.
The ? - ' Coudekerque und ..-"
Fumes al >o suffered, and many persons
wore wounded -
an arm b!. ??her child
und an elderly unman Wore killr :
right, ben;: dreadfully dietigured.
1 h?* bon bs ei ed rai net,
which pitted the wail, and bull*
A horse In the Rue S'ieuport, clone to
the spot where a bomb roll, waa mu?
tilate,;
Rritisli ambulances carried thl
'o a hospital. Some victima WON
dead ??
A fifth Gorman aeroplane remained
as sentry out idc the town and taking
? o part in the raid, but holding
m rendineae to attack any of the Alli?e'
aerop! the iavad
li et
GERMANS ROUTED WITH
SLAUGHTER IN POLAND
Bayonets Meet Attacks on I hree Russian Position!
Around Bolimew?Austrians Lose Towns
of Gorlice and Jasliska.
. a "ff.- t
Petrograd, Dec. 30. The I
have laffered a diaaetroas defeat In
ne?- r.ttempt to reach Warsaw aero?
the river?, which mark the line of Uns
sinn defence to the ?vest of the
capitai. Spreading out in fanlike for
mations from Hilimow, a town on thi
wes- bank of the Kawka Hiver, sont1
ichacxew, lor.tr the larget of
uu< assault-, lie in.adii.'
tacked three stionj** Rus?.an DO
?? neighborhood.
The troo? - ??:' I i i..... i ?'.
s ander thi* restrainl which ha?
hald them ? iiav. s, up;
ly needed only the vord to i
?
ems with such ? '
man? -ver. slaughtered bj
et. Few i ere
epoi
tho'iirh the !:.- .'.- trod ? n'im
?" mach me guas.
The German? also t? ol '?'? t olfei t
on thi
Italagoasoz. The conr'
both points was \ iolent,
Russians < apture ?,orlice.
In '. ? ?- GaHcia 'he Rus
lions have taken th? important tovn
of Gorliee, .-fifteen miloo south of
Tucho-r. ??.?lere the Russians recently
halted the v.-e-? Galician am.' of the
ting it from |o ? ? g
enera! Boohm Ermolli,
advancin'? from San.*k and
I.isko. ?.orlice is the junction pom'.
of several railroad? rurninr* ea*<?. w?
louth throutrh the Carpathian dis?
? nursuit of the retreatntr Aus?
trian** in the Sar.ok-I I has
arriad aa far a? lasliska. on the
?* flank of ? . ?
- furti.er south,
ami the place ha? been captured. Ja
importaat
?
from '.
i de crib- i
FRENCH TORPEDO
A DREADNOUGHT
The Viribus Unitis, Big
Austrian Warship, Hit
by Submarine.
London, Doc SI. v ipateh to
"The Daily Mai!" from Ven.cc con?
a report ronch sub?
marine host has torpedoed the A-i?
-.-an dreadnought Viribus I'mtis a?.
Pole
It ? , , the hull of the
dreadnought, ??as pierced, but that she
| icr dock,
?Vil .'O.ono tons, ?aas
built In I'.'H. She has a complement
mi i.oi'ii men. and ii
? ? g the ?* ?' ?
the Anatriaa aa*y.
A London newspap' irum
Venice m Scpt?mber aid one ?id.? of
!: ''ad l.a i.adl?
?e.l In a ? gh1 in the Adriatic, but
that ?h>.* ?scaped l ?r pursuer?.
t ii*g ? lighting a
? te
"Along the whole front of the armies
operating m ti-.?? left bank ?
tula there nus |.
the region of Bol i mow, (nowloda and
south m M;?lago?*toz.
ing pe.
?? ! ?b ? . t from Bolimow,
ermana, undci a rei
from oil- guns, made an ..--..
Bourgnde, Borjimon and oui tn
? in-, but oui iTOOps, by an
impetuous counter a'' . tered
v ith their bayoneta! all of the enemy,
with i ? ?
?
l.erman Losses Lm.rniou?.
"Ii. ?.. .-...,,,.,,??'
German n
brought into a. ; ion , -
region regiment? from divers army
. orps.
"Nein [non '?'i "'.i troop took po?
? man * rei ? he
,-ie. which they ? I ? ? ?: er.
g,.?/. ,1 , i i|e*ei mined fighling
M8euth ',:' Malagoaaoi an attack
the enemy delivered after a Ii
? hdmg wa- repule? d i
thi of Itokl inetz the
enemy captured our intr?" i
odged and over
? counter attack.
"In Weal are ad?
vancing vie' ofZakliesyn
?
the enemy, ?oner? ?'f 14 off -
rs and capturing
.
Battle Southwest ?if Dukla.
. our troops
iual poeil
they had
The) '? ? anic
"We have aleo an important
? ?iorjanko.
"We have repu
b>- the i
-
th?" Prsemyal garr
The Ruaaii i i the militar]
l',. ?ad ?
check haa boon -
Germ
of the village of M -
'.-. north
Hice, is
regarded b)
< eiilinuril ..ii oase 1. lolnnin t
KAISER REPORTED
SERIOUSLY ILL
-. ,-?
Rome. Dec. :i0.?It is rumored
that the Kaiser has had a relapse
and that hi?, londition is ?enouv
It i? impossible to obtain ronflrma
110,1 of thi rep<irt.
DEATH PENALTY FOR
ASSAULTING GERMAN
il.
Copenhagen. Hoc. SO. A private - ?
M |J : ;-: Bei Hfl "?>* th 1' ?
man S?meme W?r Tnbun?
tenced a rlri'inh prism 1 >. one;
o death for aaaaultiag, 11 is
a (ienr.ati of?irer a? the l'o' ?
concentration can ale in the
fir?t instance was sentenced ?
?
author.tie?' appeal for a s-nUnce of.
capital punishment has boon BM
ful. I.misdsie, it 1- admitted, did not
hurt the officer, and the prison guard I
beat h ira o?. ?
BRITAIN HAS
NEW PLAN TO
SATISFY U. S*
Intends to Arrange with
Neutrals to Stop
Re-exports.
THUS WILL BLOCK
CONTRABAND TRADE
Mopes by Making Coun?
tries "Watertight" to
Relax Search Rigors.
SOME ENGLISHMEN
DOUBT ITS SUCCESS
They Say Past Assuranns (men
hy Neutral Nations Have N?>t
Proved Wholly Effective.
]?- ? .
London. ]).?,-. M. II.* Hi
ernment Ititoads to n.i. ...ndl
ich the Ainei'ii.i
complain? d
? i aoatral
ich Am- -
gOOds er.e
?riei
"". atertig
of export thorofro
?
s ade Engtai
al?!.? gn
.; ' ?? :atn
th?* long d?laye of which W
complain?.
?
evening, foil
?
quartet iatraa'ed s 11 i the daty
of deallag a itii ti ? \?
m-ikm,* known the I
thing, but it i? d<
the Foreign OKI?
I
thetH- attention?
in Mind qaeetion thai
reaching BOMS solution. H II decided.
, i to doubt, however, that effort?
to create .? n in
neutrn I
ago all the ?
Denmark. BwedOB and N.
? ? . ?. . |
of contraband to &
tria.
?
:
l'.ii\ e leaped far abo* a noi ?
tably auggi
.4here than ?', tbe In a? .tral
count.
? ; i , ?
Britis:
and I
I -? H
,ii that
' This p I'? itiah
i
?
? ? - : ?? "n,j
lung Negol ??lion? Ne? .?asary.
11 i e o b v i o t t h Am?
i,t ?
I
all the
.
ish official. I (Ont rie
-re *,. m'-et Ami I
Del i ery of 'he a ' ??
.- a remarkable diploi
I ,ncan Eml l
t ? the .
tice officials
? ? . f
from ' kerne
? ver. revealod tint a rage
?old I.otd H.'
tbe i ?? |
the t,, Hrd
I
on Tue JOII.
ll'ir ?i? lo-dat ' iffir??
dtucV.
not received yeati rday, bul
morning an
had I
? is bureau I
I :.:? sn noua co hi eat
mer.? thai the not? ' I Mate?
Wh? paaoeatad ay the
I
?
baaxador I'aj-e. for to-nit-h? The Trib?
une e< infonaod at th*
?mbu- y thi ' ard ?.rr>, a
Pre?.? ? omment Krirndl-..
Pre- regard!ag America'o
attitude \s goai ally syssyathetie end
friendly Scarcely any sopera foreie?
?enou* difticultie.? in nachinj* a ?olu
tioii. "Th<* (ilobc" i!? the only London
viciously .rid to-day
h oAeials hastonrd to dixclami
that "The <. t. sontitnoata tu thu
lea??t repreientc.l the fro? <?? r.ment'e
-reneral opinion appear*! to be
. ? i -h. govarntaoat hi con
c.-riied. th. ? llight chance of
i .?. th.- officiais, both Kritish
If It's Advertised in
Iltf Irtbnne
It's Guaranteed.
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