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British with Cutlasses
Sweep Germans Into Sea Two English Destroyer? r>feat Six German Ship? Off Dover ?Midshipman Halts Teuton Attack ^Inuman Refuses to Re? port Wound Until He Faints ? ? rman d tear ? - -j, locked t- . S the men .?nd-to-hand nr rd de ? f the ? man fought feck ?.th an aut olver. \ft atrr .. again into ?jtsseby Britiah jael eame to j atBldsh-r*11*11'*' ?*?"*? An British deatt. *at*t and the Broke, ;.r.d. although | tar received many wound?, they re- , fjned to port The stor> of the en- | m-fa-jyt-rU tamp. ? : from the- accounts | d ?fleer? and men, has been made' -Mit in the form of nr. official report |_ sa <v?'''?" th cutlasses ai ba?/onft?. n : - - v. t_r'v a*?k,bBt caV.. ,-,-. at I ?aiuatlv epei itmaa' ?"?' ' d and y c\r IjLjIUU. I ---*r . ? _so?>c ?nother boat m the enemy line. leader. ' ' i boat ? the marl rei peed. Brake's con ? und .?quarr abreast the after I hand ? lemy's - *.o pompon, royers at a the Brol Donald Gyles. ? him armed fsmtk? : of the ?Misiid .:? . them- ' fflashi ?wept aft in a shouting '? ... Bo*. Met Onslaught in. ?mid the dead ai d **yi*a ' gun crews, and blood, mi ? "?J* hand?d ?? .'.omatic re *?* ??' ?rman, *1' JjW olver away. ? luth an e . were J* avei , t?Ao being . '*?" a m-t the ; m her ' ?'???r ?'i' frsai -, ?ram ? ? ?ut ? ? ? "* **? nging . ^;ed m ? the stem ? ' " . : - with J**;wo "?* Broke ,***& '? * ift ?n the but a struck ?be Broke'? boiler room, , ? . r main engines. ?appeared ii I rok? tl te r i n i . ' a nutei later '.v!,..ve To*rr, ? -, . and the bled their ? ? I rea? herons Ship Torpedoed i - being out of c i i . ? ? ?. i ? ? . net on prcv -n' - , ? r from maintaining and sought ? _: the out. -oui \rl ich ?hid. the ' . ii.ly be?- . ? -mi.n? ? ? .1er " . ' ? ? . o\ er :. the crew iter. I e, and the a: . lasted ap] mately five minutes, i.ppeated to be over, thi - itched on her i and lowered boats to rescu? swimmei remain? the Broke, ? xchar _ - or the act ? 1 he Brit ? et down as comparal - t, nnd the spirit of the ated by the cond, helmsma: ?-*. Rowles, who. though hit four times hy shell fragments, remained ut the whet it the action and <"ii.<. betrayed the fact that he ounded b; reporting to his cap tain, "I'm going off now, r r," and fainted. "A number of the wounded only pre ?he sick bay the ' ng day. o:.c stoker giving the iiae: "I was too busy, sir. clearing u;. the ru :? ek The de -t royer B of Commander Edward R. <? R econd in comman?! of Shipping Board Asks For Full Control Would Direct AH Resources; Wooden Ship Fleet Started gton, April 2~k At a joint , ?nee of the Shipping Board and ??cial committee on shipping of, of National Defence it was decided to-day to ask Congress for im-| bonrd : -g control over all the 'hipping resources of the nation. Reporta to the board indicate that :011s of c pping will North At e next month. There conference of the two beards within the next few days to de ie hew best ? 1 the coast ess? A cording to officials, no coastwise coal carry:,g vessels will be removed from the New Kr.gland trade -. ? n t. The wooden c.-.rgo stripping pro. : roceeding sa .y.of sa;., aim plans are well under pplementary con The additional ?g prcpramme is said to be ? continued German submarines. 1 ?need to-day for cd.ta ning thousands . fleet of wooden About 150.000 nun a onth. public .nu-nt lervice of the department art an immediate census oi ta, painters and men of other trades whose servie? ?ed. al construction of the wooden fleet will begin :n a few days throughout the country. In many yards preliminary work already has started. ' Wooden shipyard? idle twenty years are being started ; Gunboat Built to Fight U-Boats Launched in France Bordeaux. France. April 'J?. The liqueuse, 1 ? cially " operate against suh marir.? - ?fully launched l.i re I" Whether the Skies Weep or Smile "T! ?HEDRIZZLER" preserves a per? petual pleasant front. The man at the wheel of his car or in the af? ternoon throng uptown looks his smartest these Spring days in his Drizzler top coat. * * But more important ?he has the comfort ?ble sensation of feeling fully prepared. Two coats in one? for sunshine or drizzle ?with all the points of s thoroughbred, a a From $20 up?and th* most useful coat you will find for Spring and Summer. a a Imported topcoats, $35 to $45. (Jolf suits, with two pairs of trousers. $30. $40 and $50. \teber ^ileflbroner Ctothiar?, Habardothrrt and Hatter? Eltvn Store? i->*dw?r 345 Biotduxay 775 Broadway 1185 Broadway *d Broadway 1363 Broadway 58 Nauau 150 Nauau *?" Broad? ?y *!** ?ad Broadway *" ^-ortUoch 3\j Droaa mint Clotttat at: .10 ProaJ. 341 Btoadua>. tlSS Broadua 44th and ?ioaduioy, 43d anJ fifth Aie 1363 Bro^way 3? Broad 58 ?auau ? -?. > ?-?<-???? 42nd and I iftli Air SAVED FROM DESTRUCTION BY NAVAL GUNNER'S SHOT The" whose ca| rtcd the sinking of a ? terday, photographed before she left an Ameri \- for her Germany's submarine declaration ?if February I. 12 German Liner.s Will Be Put Into Service at Once Shipping Board Is Expected to Operate Them in Allied Trade Start on Wooden Fleet Yards Throughout Country to Get Help from the Labor Bureau Waahington, April 25. Twelve ? seised German merchant ships - read;.' for ithin little w.an a week, Ihe Shipping Board r< ported to the Treasury Pep.. day. 1 ? ? ? pendi ng vould empower Ihe Shipping Board ?.?the* or operate them itself. Thei nouncemeri" a= to the governi ? . but indications poinl to op? ra ? Seven of the ?-hips about ready for . service ?.i at Sets Vor "thcr* are on the Pacifi? Coast. Repairi ar? being rushed on ail si I those at Honolulu and the Vater York. Those at Honolulu w to the Pacific Coast The Vaterland is too large for any Ameri? can dry dock, _nd before being ready for sea would have to be towed to Balboa. This will g?-. ? ? g Board b< - tween 37,000 and 10,000 ' the transport of supplies to Kuropc. Vessels to be ready for service within this period include the N'assOvia, the Armenia, the Port amen nig, 'he Maia and the I n dry dock m Sea York, and Ihe Arcadia, at Norfolk. Little Damage Inflicted On German Vessels l rum the al...*. ? di spati I that fii ge that ha?l been done to the were great Ij ? ? Soon aft r the breal reported that the injury do the Teuton ble; the damage 000,000, and der of the Germi the m..! mai-s;-. palt cry had beer, wrecked and i placed only in Germany, Lord Devonport Warns Britain of Famine Danger London. Apr.l 25. i h pub? lic was solemnly warned to-daj !.;. Lord Devonport, r ood Conti ..?the country's shipping wa dail) in large volume and * ? the ni :; the House of 1 question bj Lord : ,.- to . 1 attei ded \oluntai ; r.Uion ? e effort . bal ar< .r made. He described a election with the allegiance o H coi I iiiued : "Uni? 'yol :-elf-denial ii. the'consumption of bread ! ?? blunl truth we shall . ,,? ..... .i, - i with ? t severe P> t it in "There is no margin for t ug tl .1 '?;?'? c decided to set up rationing, to be | ? it h the control and d ? sup? plies of bread, su?,;. ?- and any mod at short notice." ?.? , Mme. Bernhardt Gains, Physicians More Hopeful "Mme. Bernhardt ; orne progr?s? every day since last I and her phj siciani a i <? moi ? ?a Hs the ?.ftii-ial bu i ' Maror, Baruch, I bmi which was given out at 10:30 o last night at Mount S na Ho pital. There was no nun! i blood transfusion opi any of the four bu lued during the day admirer of Mme. Bernhard! had an? nounced tha' h?- had been such operat "He has not been invited to eome here." ? Luxemburg Government Resigns Amsterdam. Apr 11 25 \ trom Luxemburg ministration has p'aced its in the bands of thi Grand Duchess. Ihe action Was based ?.:: ti.. ground that the government n.. longer enjoys ?In- eeafidene* of the p? ..pie .?;,' ?hat neither producers nor doing their . New Portuguese Cabinet Headed by Dr. Alfonso Costa Liaban, Api I '.' a ? < ? ? ? tee at that of Art.,..,, i Mmeide, ?jrhieh re>!_r.e I Api ' . ? ??Ken??. \ote in the ('himl_r of ?he auseUun of tlie tr..\?rnmfnt estafa a nat.'i al si onomlc ?-" in.-.I. t<>-.i?-. . M .. ' at. ? . ? .-.?? rollo*! \ ? \-*<\tri p. ? Mialater of Koreiga Af ?.r? l>- Ai?/?:-!?. ? MONGOLIA'S CAPTAIN < M'l \l\ EMERY RICE 67 U. S. Citizens On Mongolia When She Sank U-Boat Owners Pleased Thai (heir Ship1 l'ired ihc f irst Shot I for America I- ternational Merean txpressed aatis facti? ? Is, had fired the I ra1 shot of -ii? wir for the I nit?'?l States] 1 Milimarinr. only information camp thron ' ?.riati'il Press. Th? ?ft an American port for I ? ??'. .? d on April 1, with h pencrul of 15,000 tons. She carried no She 'i ;i . in romrnnnil of ii a crew of MR n ?- ?\merican citizens. ncluded Thomas Balu, er; W. K, V. ? ? ond officer; Jo? seph ? i eer; ( 1' I !. Wilcox, of San Francisco, was per; ('. \V. ! rat in, first . m llodgkis i, second, ? 1. The wireless opt-r ator was <; I-, Dan forth, of Syracuse, Dr. ' harles (?. Randall, of on, lot (*ol ., v, ? built Bt Camden N. T.. I, and ought by her present own? ? m the transatlantic trad? ? feet lone. ' and a : ? Would Protect Soldiers Chaplain Tells Army Relief So? ciety of Bad Influences rhe Army Ri ur--ed Silver, of try to arouse the ? being ?" in the treatment of ? it the annu'. n th?* Lame . i We I 'or?otten man on ' ? , hap . !. " -.? ;,r ' ?rerj army pout he dirtiest, ' : can find anywhere, gates of West little v:!.i/.' containing twenty-eight ? m the eonaeiei . > "j irfc State permit . "If ? real prt par . ?, iw pro! ectod from Immoral influent ? ? pre?ident rnur I year, and Mr?. II? v I m? " preaideat. Brokers Give $7,000 For Belgian Relief Fund \ .le, an officer of . Lunch? upon tin confront:? . .ni. r, ifter the exchange ? I -.nimmt of 17,000 had beet? toward the tmil. A com 1 ,i aham Hron.dx-.-ay. is continu- ! ? fellow members for ? n?. Dr. J. H. Low Elected Principal of Erasmus r?r J Herbert I.'?? ?il.? electee' y et. le "Her ??'. \nr a ...t? ..: I of th? l?,.,r?l of M'iratlon ' '1 h<- .!?l?ati' ove? ti,.- r|.--t | ?n-l at time? bitter, s l(. lA+i .e.eral \:meaa aun hv 'houjeh \?ith ? :\?l> nuii-h np),<-*? tii.ii tf Commit! "f the Hoard ?lion. Mongolia's Shot Brings No Comment at Capital I I I pol ? nen! is to m?ke no an ? I ' 1 ???! man submarine b> , ? ? ? time J Press Restrictions Are Broadened in House Spy Bill Measure, as Reported, Re? garded as More Drastic than Amended Sen? ate Act Washington, April 25. Wider pmv. er? to f-aif the pre?s and 're.' Ipeech than arc conferred in the present draft of the eapionage bill pending; in th? Senate are conferred in the bill report ? ! to-day by the Hou?e Judiciary < .li? mit tee. The censorship section of the House bill folloxvs: "During an) national emergency re g from a xxar to which the United State.? v a party, or from threat of luch a war, tin President may, by proclamation, declare the existence o? . and. by proclamation. prohibit the publishing or communi cating of ?ir attempting to publish or communicate any information r to the national defence \xlnch. in his judgment, is of such character that it rfl ghl ne useful to the enemy. Whoever violate- any such prohibition be pan ?shed hx- a of not more than |10,000 or by imprisonment for .??re than t"i. ;, ear>, or both; pro :. that nothing in this section snal! be construed to limit ti 61 any discussion, comment or criticism of the acts or policies ot thi government or its repp tentatives or the publication of the same." This is much milder than the ori? inal Senate section, but is con nior?' Btringenl than the provision as it now stands in the Senate. I'erhap the most important difference is th?* the Senate bi|l prescribes that the regulation draw, by the President mu" I" "reasonable." The injection of this word into the Senate bill was declared by Senator Full to make useless the ent?re section. Si nator Fletcher pointed out that to obtain B eoi It would be nece, sary in each ease to prove that the regulation xiolated by the offend? : "rest oaable." - ? Metal Trades Pledge Aid To Rush Munitions Output in Aid of Government Members of the National Metal Trades Association, which include? practically every manufacturer connect ed with th? of the heavy war munil i adopted resolu? tions to take :teps necesaarj to rush produ? ' This action xva = taken at the opening nineteenth annual convention at the Hotel A of the queal Ions ? . behind the closed <l?"v "he possib!? of (he eif-ht hour law as a means of increasing ou' put. ilution? pledge hearty sup W on, Jer? m iah \\. Jenks, of the New York University, was the chief speaker at the banquet, Con er William A. Prendersnut and the Rev, .lohn Herman Randall also ipoke Diamonds Worth $2,000,000 Reach Here from Holland A shipment of ?liatnonds valued at more than $2,.,000 arrived in the United Siates yesterda* <?n a Hutch steamer from Rotterdam. According to those in charge of the shipment, tin* gned to American deal? er?. Por a year the South African dia? mond industry, which was practically Closed b) the war, has been arrive, ite still limited to about 25 per cent of 'he normal output. 125,000 Enroll For Service in T. R.'s Division Headquarters Here An? nounces That All Have Met Requirements Only 50 Are Under 25 Assemblyman Urges Action on Bill Authorizing Roose? velt's Appointment Appt?.\ mati 125,000 men have np plli -I : bus far, and have met t1 quirementa for mnmlicrsh.p in Colonel - -. .-It's proposed nrn- . diviaion, it w-ns announced la * at etirolmen' headquarters, which were oprnr?! h' r? sonn- time BgO, w-th th? former : approval. Only fifty of the applicant?, il ? said, were undo twenty-five year-, V.ne below this a?/? are now being accepted. Of the total. 10,000 are ne? gro. - ty per cenr of the volunteers aro from Virginia, North and South Caro? lina an?l other Southern states. I in Seat York City not more than I."' have enrolle?). . . IU8 (femsaaodtnl .f Tt ? Tr-h'irw ' | ? 25. Assemblyman Perry Armstrong sent a petition to the Rules Committee to-d.-.\ to report ou* his bill authorizing the Governor to appoint Colonel PooscvpH a major gen.-ral in the State Militia. dc?pite an provision of law to the contrary. Mr. Armstrong said be had been in? formed that Sect.on 71 of the military inw would prevent Governor Whitman 1 promise to the Colo: iny commission he wanted, without legislative enact men*. Section ". I pr.r. idea that: "A ? ral at the time of his appointment must be an officer in ac ' .-nice in the National Guard of State of the grado of brigadier general or field officer an?l for seven successive years immediately preceding his appointment must have been ?n active service m ?aid National Guard as a commissioned officer." Governor Whitman said to-day thai he expected '?he Colonel would have a conference with him soon. Censors Will Put Lid on Telegraph And Cable Lines Government to Prevent Send in?; of News Valuable to Lnemy Washington, April 25. Cenaorship on all cables touching the United States ami on telegraph and telephone lines into Mexico will i,e established shortly by executive order. Regulations formulated jointly by the State, Wat, Navy ami Justice department? and the now Committee on Public Information were approved to-day by representa? tives of the various wire and cable com? panies The cable ceisorship office* will b" at New York. Key West, Galveston and San Franeiaco, where the cabl?-i touch. The navy will direct the (?able work, probably with civilian eensora, while the army will control the communica? tion lines into Mexico. re is no plan for extending the censorship lines of internal communica? tions. The chief object will be to pre? vent the transmission to Mexico and South or (.'entrai America of informa? tion ?hat might be of value to G< many. As the French, British and other Allied governments long have beci - erciaing strict supervision of Eut cables, whatever is dona at th will be Supplemental to that work. Representative*; of the French. Postal. We lern l'nion and other cable com panies, including these with lini South and Central America, were pres? ent at to-day's conference. The lations ?luggeste?! by navy officials wen found satisfactory to the companies ami the government was assur ii ration in putting them Into effect. S. Altmatt & (?o. A Special Sale of Women's Wool Jersey Sports Sylts at the extraordinarily !ow price of $HJB is now bein? held in the Ready-to-wear Department, on the Third Floor. Jiltli Anrmtr - iflaMflmt Anrm? 3-lt.b. att? J3th ?trrrt? Nrm ?urk ?f Baks Se (Ermtpmuf ?roadw.tv at *4th St garments are made full over the butt and nr.rrow a c r o i s the back. ATM EP.A UNDERWEAR POP. WOr.'ENAffDCHiUMM .ou'll find when you put on underwear that it fit? perfectly without being i hi'd at any point, and with no wrinkling or i>;ij. giness anywhere. ?i Athena Underwear ah Athena is tailored to conform tu the lines of your figure. There i** not r...? much fabric ;-.t the waist, '??M' too little at the bust or hips. This is true ol no other un? derwear that ha* ever oc.-i! made. Choose a suit of Athena Underwear of your ? orrect size, and you will find that it fits you snugly and comfortably all over, afford in?? free action 1- <ir the arms and body. Athena linden?ear is the only underwear that is cut i., correspond mth the outline of th? human figure. PRICES: For Women?Vests and Tights... 55c and 65c For Women Union Suits.55c to $1.75 Marshall Fte'd ('*?* C'onip?fiV. tnal(crs Saki & Co.. sole Xcn> Yoil( distributor--. w in Strap? cannot (lip Patent pock? et-like ?eat stay? closed and is, always comfortable. Nine Steamships Arrive Here from Submarine Zone Ten Other Vessels in South American and Coast Trade Also Reach Port Nine steamships, aggregating about 100,000 tons, came into port yesterday, having passed through the submarine j war zone. Kven in the ?lavs of peace, v hen all ships xxere permitted to go where they ; xvould, the list of arrivals rarely ex? ceeded that of yesterday. Besides the nine uteumahips from European ports, '??n vessels engaged In the South Amer? ican and domestic coastwise trade came in. Il the westbound fleet cf blockade runners cam" a huge si earn, hip which 1 ;.?i been built in a British yard. If ad not been taken over by Britain she xvould one of the most ornate and commodious passenger car? riel * ? \er put into ? transa! lantie CO. Mie has enormous possenger ? capacity. The li! | .;. i'.| ?| the lithographs of this steamship early in 1914 were not spparent yesterday. Her three funnels, hull and superstructure wore the drab punt of ".?r She docked at the pier of an English \:nr that will have her after the war Anothe- large British steamship ar tiveil in an American r?rt ;, e?terday with ?-eluding helitted members of the British and Trench Commissions, with their clerks and formad members of the Scot? Cluard?. From New York to Nankin A short while ago, forty-two young college men, graduates from twelve representative American Colleges, wen* sent to China to serve the in? terests of the Standard Oil < !ompany in ? lie Flowery Kingdom. Those forty-two college graduates wen* outfit ted by the Franklin Simon Men's Shops, as to clothing, furnish? ings, .shoes, and evening attire. But the most significant circum? stance isthat there should have been such unanimity of opinion! Forty-two t?ficu for Franklin Simon & ( ,o. and not even "a *a illful t welve" to dissent ! Chily the $7,000,000,000 Bond issu? can touch it ! Men's Suits und T?peosla ?25 lo $50 (-JfJW -*Df/WtR?D-\ v attheprice Q?* those that?k\renot / Mcn'e Clothing Miop ?R WtMl .'tilth Street A \\mmasrmt? *?h..|> ?.?? \txe *Mr?-<?l I.-..-1 jfranfeltn Simon &Co. ( lollnni* ! iirni-liin-, Sbnea FIFTH AVENUE I'hnnr 8900 tireeleu and -,?r -<,// rail for your overcoat or far overcoat and ami U m storage.