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Are Germans Using Undersea Supply Bases for Submarines? Simon Lake in next Sunday's SUN tells of possibilities of submergible stations for replenishing fuel tanks and muni tions of fighters1. THE WEATHER FORECAST. un. Fair to-day and to-morrow; moderate northwest winds. Detailed weather, mail and marine reports will be found on page ai. VOL. LXXXII. NO. 202. NEW YORK, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1915. 0;irffi, IMS, b thr Sun 'rliiln. nn,l 'itdlsiliti; .UvKicKloii. 94 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. ELUSIVE OLIVER APPEARS AND THEN VANISHES Kiiiall. M.vMtM'iuiis 'Krit'inl' 'ut I i $5.1100 Cash l!;u'l for Une Tanei'. m:ki; saw oskokxk 01- huston. (jikl says i'-n,,., tin? mvsterlous Indl i has taken tinto himself ttio n.. I against .lames W. !tnriif . v nv Mls Itae Taiizer, til.' nilli'i.r worker, who has base! e cuiges a $50,000 broach of i' -ult against the lawyer, failed ,tr ,n the olllro of frilled States II "iiiiivden Mnrshall sestet- Circ hr t i tt"r Ml t n jrvr t i i 1 ! y- ' d u- arraignment of the clrl on if tnisusn of the mails bcenine ef vr .titged demands Uui J.itncs VT. 0sl 'ftii' n d her Ollvrr 0borne nor the ijnvr via- ptcsent. Although un ap-wlntm-it was made with .Mr. Marshall fir ill1 vim ,n he afternuon tint oun : nun fulfil to appear. M Mnsii.ill anJ James W. Osborne. rort- , refused to be shaken In their eprssed b. lief that there Is an Ollve 0n..n iinl t.i.it be will bo proilmel, at ie i Wit moment. While llae Tanzer. j cit un -'I furnished by Mine mystcrl- cus ii i r.aii' 1 1 -nUi and her attorney. David of 200 llroadway, were ch.irulns j s no such peron as Ullver til. hi' that the l.iwjer used this .nnmu on his allfued affair ! Tanzer, M: Marshall ex- ;r-j. I ,is uiniibte faith in James W. Os.e-ne ind said that h knows where t. .j.i ki and Kit idivr If that .vouiw IM falls M mule foiward voluntarily. since I'rlullt SllKltesteil, A cos-'U.l t remained that Oliver did n.iM lis c mlsed appearance In the rie.' HinldinuT but liecanie overcome ,; atas fi '.iht at tho last moment i . i . ' lt-t .1 to disclose his Idelltlt.V. I as- before I o'clock, w lien he was cm i 'naii wjIMni; In the corridors e- n'oinl tlcsir of the bulldlnic ,trd another man and asked to be a i 'el to Mr. Marshall's olllce. T i . n. r directed him, asklnu at the sj ue t c ; Vuj ,, ! it Oliver Osborne, ate you?" T'.e t-.i' Jer said he vvas and then ' '.' tlie anteroom of Air. -lat-I , .- uf e He stood t. li e for .1 lll- sfi or two and when no attetilon-xras ! j,.nl 'o ' i a he walked out. 'I.ilf i'i bour later Tub Si-n man. who tjd . 1 1 led of the HtranKer self-ad-1 w t.i .1 -itlt v , met lilm In the h.Ul on tue nniii tltsir and asked him If he was 1 l..t" ' 'si rue t T a eir.r not m.v name," suld the ii ,.t- use that name' ' I Uoi i w,lnt to say anything about ' . i- I tV stiatigcr He refuted io stt o 'iir direct questions ie--' - iii-sion In the building und S. a j . i' eij away. is- i g," was about .'JO years old. -imiolli face, about six bull', brow n hair and .1 Ur--M I'i- M. !'H lefilsed to believe that j a as Oliver Osborne, al- l-i ah t M ' (m r , llt- I -ml the description titled ist. ml rnltisl Stu'es At ii' I llershenstein. whom Mr. at the olllci to wait f" 'V e,l appearance, also - t ie suggestion seriously. 'Inn.' .la ms .liimes W. W. o-borne heard .1. scr;i)tlori of the the lawyer tlglira- I.ng. I said excitedly. d up -Mr. Her- ; he c.llie si l,ecau-e Lie stranger i iMWisI tO gi ' aid Mi Osborne refused rli I vifterdny when news re ,( t i Hieiu diepatches from i n ilia' ollwr o-borne was at .nil- of the addrefpes be l that there was no such '. number be gave as his i l ees refused to be quoted l.i except to s.iy that he i- ne .mil been completely i I that I dive, i isborne was e-t neii ier Uoni. Mr. i. i allowed il in he in il" iiiiiilng that Oliver real pa ne or the . I'M on l''.ida .md said itie T, mzer's svvei tinart. i si id .il-n iiillmated that M not a llo-lorilan, al- i- said to have come from el lb it be Is now a New i : -ie 1 nltid Slates Attorney 1 -. lo.e Oliver Osborno's lft.ll on . address. U III I'rodiiei. Mini In Time, i I ie mi fear that tho .i'i against Miss Tanzer iv s i all-" we w ill be unable 'live osbornc," said Mr. i i .a.-e has strengthened i I iv . and I hive talked i. i. persons who not only 'is'Mjine but know where n .1 If he falls to coin i' ,.ii l'v I w ill have no " i ng him." itive of Mr Mittshall's I w lib i ilivci I Kl.inie ,ii" evii'pt .laines W Os - pa. tie r, Hlllieit D. Lamb. g tnng a gieat deal of evl- i! lii iiany illr.cilous,' said "This is now being ill- 1 "ep irnd " ' til.lt evidence point to j 1 'ipoi'.alit Inlluence havinn " attack on Mr. Osborne'.'" M ites Attorney w,u asked. ' I 1 'Hit j ' i il the letter piO'lueed be . i ".f thai Miss Tanzer had ! , ii' is to him In th" same ii was a rltlng to Mr. ') I'K that II would be well i . Is now ill his posses. paper similar to that on r.inzer wiotn lier "Dear ' to ,1 i 'lies W Osborne, he i' dw riling Is the saiiin and e.isiv ti.ieruble to Miss Ii 'ti rs n reived by tho ii tin contents now . ' li. "but tiny in veiy ii i ai against tin- girl." i is agent , have uxaiulned ikoI on Third I'agt, lit THE SUN TO-DAY CONSISTS OK KICJHT SECTIONS AS FOLLOWS: FIRST - General Ntwt . 16 otv.v7.vi spotting. Automobiles, i Kennels ... 6 J THIRD --Society. Resorts, Art, Drama, Music, Fashions, llooki, Queries, Clieis . 12 FOURTH Pictorial Magaiine and the War Illustrated . 16 FIFTH Fashion Supplement . 8 SIXTH Life of Christ Illustrated 16 SEUENTH-Stmi-Stvtt Articles, For eign. War Features . 8 EIGHTH -Special Features. Real F.state, Gardens, Poul try. Schools, Financial. Problems . . .12 Tola . 94 Rentiers or neuiiealers ttho Jo not re cent all of these section uill eonjer a faior on "The Suri'hy notifying the Pub Ueatlon Department at once ty the phone (2200 Beeiman) and the mining sec tions uill he promptlu foruatJed if pos sible. Spring, if Tardy, IS rlfr& I H-OIV Um ami iiaiicniasii(M' itt'- joifc, Tlioiiirli Sprintr Chicks Arc Not So (Say. In these uiiU'tial davs of periscopes and hlKh nmtre kuiis the duties of the I weather man are multifarious, but he 1 !..... v.,,.l ,1.,.. in M..ot.. ..ill Cor the tn- I f(;rnmon of )oV(.r!( ,)f trout tlehlnp. marblt. bock beer and allied sports that 1 spring will be hre to-day In plenty or tlim - for the midday meal. us at 11 51. M. whether we ai ready i for It or not. Utile bird", also haber- dashers, have ln-en chlrplnK about u ror , some time, but It lias rcmallieil lor ine weather man to come to the rescue witn I thu official announcement. And sprint: i a little late this year. 'In ll'll It came tlsiit minutes earlier. 1 This sprinK Is Kolnp to last ninety-two days, nineteen hours and thlrty-elcht , minutes before It Is retired to make way i for summer. "Sprlni: is the time in the oscillation of the sun from the south to the north that It Is in an intermediate position." quotlliKPr. Frank. SchlesliiBer Dr. Sehles. latter Is probably correct, but most folks prefer to think of babbling brooks, bud llnc leaves, soft sunlight, a spring chicken- or lamb as the case may be. Last night the weather man said it would ln fair to-duy and all day to morrow. COL. HOUSE NOW IN BEKLQU A lulls AinbnsMilor ;ernrd on s,Mi. posed I'enee tllsston. riKRLl.v, via London, March 20. -fol. i:. M. House of New York, whoso mis .slon to Ktirope Is reported to bo cou nseled with i)slblo efforts toward tiHrtee, arrived here from Ixmdoii -. guest of Am i te day morning ami Is th bassador i,rard. II- had a loiig con ference with the A iibassador yesttrda i:. il. I.owrj af tn- Ainericiji T;m basy in London has arrived In lonnec tlon with the Interests of Herman pris oners. In HnBl.'.iid. WAR DROVE HIM TO SUICIDE. C. A. fillllK, mi Vioerleiiii s hoots lllmseir III London, Sp'Ciitl I'aliU lirtptlti h to Till St. IJNtioN. March 2" -I'harles Alvin fillllK, an Amet lean, walked iii the tep of Westminster Hoiqiltal to-day, drew a revolver and shot and killed himself. A . l -,ll..l ,i,..t coron. - rs jui. ,',r" . .Vir. lilllllf XOOK HIS llIC " ' 1 1 II I. ieill.wtrtl,V sline, slr iarton, local manager of His American Line Of stcam-llil's. testified that lil'.llR was a friend of his. He bad ()),nn slltTeilnR from Insomnia and had , ,,., ,inleil over the falling T n tllM business owiim' to the war. Charles Alvin OIlliK was a brother of Henrv I'-. Hilar of this city, who is Internationally knowi as the founder of the Atnerica'i Kxehange Hank lit Imdon, and was associated tlnanclally with the tlrst efforts made to Introduce grand opera Into this country as an Institution. The xpcrlence cost him 25O.un0. The mother of I'liaties tlllllg and Ills brother are living lu New York. Nothing was known bv the denl man's N'ew York i'i lutlv.es regarding tha tragedy neyoiiu winn 'n p iper nesiaiciie-. Bulgaria Prepares Secretly for War Allio Pi'oinihf fonn'ssioiis and Coalition Cabinet. Will Re I'iii'IiiimI. I 'tierlnl ' nhte litttuiteh to Tilt Htv I I HfCIIAIinsT. via Itome. March 20. The secret nioblli.atloh of the Hulga-j I linn l roups has been completed, i A coalition Cablnel, presided over by I M. MallnolT. and including such party 'leaders as MM Hhen idleff. Theodoroff laud DinefT. will Mliortiy no iorn.ro. a . convention with Hill Iia lias neeu in- gotlat'd. , Tlie Trmle lllltente hah iissiiied Uill gat In of concessions III Mac'idonla, heno! i i, ,eMval of tin) llalkan League is now , possible. SLAYER HIDES IN A BELFRY. Ilcnvll) ri I, He Drill's An ' lu Xiiiironcb bnrcli. MvcoN. 'ri . .March 20. - Tun Mixoii, ia ..a,., Lin,..i ie... l oo. ii-.oth. i ls ., is rival III love, Is hiding In a i gan, Hie famous Coiifi ,h i ale raider, church bdfry at .1. ffcrsouv llle, twenlj got a dlucc, I -d iy fioiu hvan Slii mlles front here. II" la heavily armed cl.ur Cauieioii, former I liureton fool- and .biles any one lo i uii. bill player and a nienibei of a well Uluodworth iuk Iillbd at Uonlon oil i known Nuw Vol); family Ihr night of I'ebiuarj 2S, being shot Charges that Cameiou brought two down on th" ruadwav. Mlvmi lied In- i women Into the house to drink cock w.ud .IrlTorfonvHIc ilyewitiii hses say I tails two days after a daughter had Ihat Mlxou ordered Itloudwoiih In sin . been born to his wile and on many his prayers nnd shot lilin iih hi dinpped occasions had conipellcd Mis. ('.imeinn to Is knees. ' to play tin piano a' midnight reviH Vl...nl,ers of l ie .VletnOIIISl II II re 11 Win le he Is supposed say the man rings tb" to be In hiding bell at Intervals. VtteinntH to reach tlin church tower man havo been mot by hots. TRAP LIEBfflAN, WHO DROPPED BABES IN SHAFT riiiliult'lpliin Police Say lie Admits Trying to Kill Children. DII1VKX TO 1IIS ACT HY FAMILY TUOniLKS Ptttt.AbKt.rim. March 20. Samuel Llt-hiuuu of New Vork, who has been ! hunteil since lat Wednesday by the . imllrn for causing thn death of his "evcii-yenr-olil daughter, Saille. by I throwing her to the pavement fiom j tlfth story window In his homo nt 73 1 I laist Ninety-eighth street shortly after i .dawn on We.lnvMl.iy morning, was I riystcd ths evening at Fifth and Market j .streets. I ,1... ,..... ..1 -..-II ...IIa.. it... lHllloe MV Ili.it be nl,r..M,.,! lih.. ,l,.e,l I s,i ,iu.i 1. 1,.,,( t,, .1,- - , .. . , of his Kix-yciir-otit Iki.v, Sammy, who is iblnn at the Mount Slnal Hospital I lrom InJuiiet- sustained when his lar-! flit ilropped him to the pavement. "I hurled them from the window anil have no reKiets," l.lebman was quoted us saylntr. "I will ko back to .N'ew York wlll5l. t have iiothlmr to live for and am anxious to no back. iod know-, I loved them Imth and tho In tensity of my love ptompted me to try to kill them." The arrest of l.li Iciinn la-t nicht was accomplished through a letter he sent I" I" brother-in-law . Ndthan I'ohen, 341 llast 1 1 stli slrtet lite Thuisd.iy Rilti I.lebm.in asieited that he was in I'hilad.iphla and demandeil money. "I want on to meet me at T o'clock i . .-aturd.iy night, at the eorm r of I'lfih ! and Mat ki t streets. In Philadelphia, with iiion, y enough to pay m.v fare to! lialviston, Te . ' stated the letter. "If , otl fall to meet me I will give myself' up to the polio and then you will Imv to pay in court expense" " I i'ohen turned the letter over to tho ! police and IMecllv.it t as-utta was sent i to this city. IL was accompanied by i'ohen. and to-nlglii the two men. with Detectives ileonnoili and .VLihoiiey of the local police, went to the place deslg inteil by Liebinan in his letter. He was on bai.d at the appointed hour He did not leslst arrest, and at , i Ileadqu-trters tind.lilnl an unusual ; I story of ,i doubled marrkd life and told of his love for the children, thn ' ujliall' ne. Tn the nlcht court he was held 1 without bail, pei ding i vtradiiion paper",' and will be taken back to New Voile I ' to-morrow or Monday, llesa.d. "Two years igo 1 ran awav from home and went to Texas. Light weeks ajio I returned to my wife and chlldnn and tried to affect a reconciliation. ' She had me arrested on an aban donment charge. and ill tlghtlng the cse I "pent .i0. or all the money i I had. The iMirt gave the custody of j 'the children to my w fe, btr 1 lesohed i . that unless could have th"in noWdy ) els,, , oilld t "Tuesday night I spent at the home of Mny wife, pleading Willi her to patch UP j I Die trouble She was Insistent that she i j would not live wi:h inc. j " t the break of dawn mv v.lfe left , the ipartim lit to get fo il toi broak- i fast, and while she was away I to-ik I ! he children from the bed w lure they! were sleeping, opened a window In th" 1 alrshaft and pitched Hum out. 1 p ich.sl Sadie tlrst .ml then .imm. Then I j ran away and took a train for Pnlla- dellihl .. At this point LlebNian was overcome i th emotion. Karly Wednesday morning Just as Miss Lube Itubehelni was aluit to leave ier loom at "I U.im Ninety -.ightli street she glanced across the alrshaft toward the apirttnent occupied bv tho family of Samuel Llclminii, at numbe Til. She was liorrilled to sie a man w untn she afterward disiurcd to bf Samuel Llebman, thiust seveii-vir-old Sadie Llebnan out of tie window ami drop the child, lothed only in a tiny nightgown, to the courtyard tlve stories below. Then, as Miss Itubehe m stood speis'hlesK, sue saw the man reappear , bearing th. sleeping form of .s.nmial, , ii vcars old, and hurl the clilld to his death SUNDAY CONVERTED 39.940. I llviiiiuellsl lleiinl by ..IKIO, lion l'irsons In I'hllllilelpliln, Pim..vi'i:i.i'iirv. March 10 rtilly .sun day's evangf llsic campaign lu Phila delphia, th" large-t and most successfu. .ie i ver held dining his i Ight.-en yeats of revival work, will close to-morrow ' night The tab"inach 1" the largest In has ever had, the number of converts, I whb h was H'.M' It! uf"- r to-night's ser i niiill, Is the largest mat ever resulted I fiom tin Siindav revivals, the expenses I of approximately jr.v.ono are iln- iaigesi of anv of his i ainpalgus, and his free ' will offcilng. which to. night trenched (Sli.tn," TiV, Is In excess of the total expenses. Morn than '.'.OiiO.ono persons attended the seivicfs dining the eleven wick" i Sunday prunim! heir. Tina breaks all I ecoids for a Sunday campaign Nevi r before did Sunday receive si many gifts "f inenimndlse, Jevveliy nnd othei article". Church folk, biislmss men and leaiiers in uiiain-e are uu.-iiu mmm In the pinion that gie.it good lias resulted tiom tin evangelist s film Is Thousands have been added Io Ml" chiin li icglsters. ciime has ma terlallv ib ci-i ased and there has In en a noticeable ibciease in the consumption of Intoxicating liquors --- - i patch (o the loinii.m says Ihe Ails MRS. CAMERON GETS DIVORCE, trlaus have ab..ndoi,.;.l the line alone i the Piulli The Itussiaiis arn attacking llniiitliter of Coiifeileriile rrei'd I'roin e-l'rlii'eln lii'iiei'iil ... . . vniieie. llos'los. March 2U M'S I'ledeiict Vdru-a i can eion. i augiiiei o i nul I III llieir III nein Ol.ioe The Cameioiis weie mairlcd .Novem ber 11, t toil Mrs. Canuion was a chum of Katherlne Llklns and Alio. Hookey It beforo her uarrlnb'o. RUSSIANS GAIN ! IN FIGHTING ON1 WHOLE FRONT (ierniiiiis Suffer "F.nornioiis Losses" in Poland. Says Petrorrad. .M KM Kl, WAS TA KK.N BY STKATKCIC MOYK1 ml r,ti,U ;irr'. tn Tiir i' ( rKTi:K,u.M, Maiiii 20 - The Mrateiry b wblih the Itticulan foiies north of th" Nlemi-i' liooilw Inked the (leiinans and eaptuied .Memel. all nnportiilit tattle poll of (iernniny. is set foith In " official " I '".nle n itnm'tit of the iiener.it publle tci.iilKbt tj.u'k of It can be r.Mid the story of the demonlr.itlon In force at Tall- i roiiKi'ii. the ipilek dash of anotbir foree ' nolo-"" the t.n or twelve miles of the ha I I OW neck of u.isi Prussia and tho iiKiu i me lime town, in union me llilldbltanls took part M(ine ,orM ((f , Brp;lt ,..l!torl, battle line the itusslaiis have been iic. " --f"!. They have thrown the Her- mans still further back in the ninth, thev have checked them in the south. in Uallela and In Ihe I'arp.ithlans, while rrzemysl Mill holds out ilthinigh big i quns are ceuselessly battering Thi' statement is as follows: JW'.iy. ; hi the light bank of the Nlemen The lertnan. after lighting at Tau roggen, have lns:i forced beyond their frontier. Another ltuslan de tachment, displaying an Impetuous oftciislw, reached Moiiel nt xocloelt Thursday evening, and after street lighting in wb'ch the t ihabltants of die town took pirt. captured the ton n. Hi the left bank of the Nlemen During the lighting of tho last tew la" the etionv ha. bet n compelled 'o ev icuate the township of I'll wikl and the region east of the I iero-Dllsl.l-Kopclowo line. On the right bank of the Nurivv tile engagements t!ll bear the char acter of part'al attacks by the ler inans. In the iieighlsiiliood of Myszmec, in the dlriH-.lon of Itidzldlo. .m eii g.iRetnent resulted In the completo defeat of the Hernials. The latter attacked in close order and sue t.iimsl enoinious losses. On the left bank of the Vistula tin re Is no change. The t'arpatlnaiis According to supplemental' n-potts. our counter attack on Thursdav In the retion south of fienzkowno Inllicted seri ous di fen' on the Thirty-ninth llovid dlvl-lo' 1' the region south of liorlitza our troops btgan a counter attack on the Austrian force, whii h were operating ener getically. We mule more than smi pt-oneis 'Near .Vtcldow "ko we cap tured a ! iirtilled height The enemy's attempt to recapture this jinstii in, a" vv oil an bis repeated .ouiitir attacks in the region of It isc.inkn w ursii cessful Lastirn Oalici.i l-'ightlng is in progress north of Kyzworila. the enemy occupying strongly forti fied positions. At Przcmysl th'V ellemv opi tied tiro on our positions on ThurMl.iy illuming and continued all tint Inv alid Into the following nlk.ii'. wast ing an unpreceilentrd amount of ammunition t 5 o'clock, yester day morning the gaitl-on made determined soitb. They went in the direction of the Myifow -Nedv ka liezoAice front. At 2 o'clock In the ntti rnoon, without having sue e.erlisl lu reaching our trencliis. as they had alreadv sUffeted enormous o"se bv our lire, the enemy vas forced back on to his own line ol fort". We have raptured S.timi pris oners and seven machino guns up to now all tiiloiiglig to the Tweiitv thlrd llonveil divlslor. vvlildi forms the nucleus of the .'arrlson AS'OTIIER TOWS' TAKES' Hiissliins Ociopy eriiiiins ilMiicr KiirlMtinru us I'riim 'lilslt. ll'RMN, via Anisteidam. Maiiii 20 Itaiids ot l!iis"iaiis who Invaded northern Last Prussia and occupied the Italtlc seaport Meinel have moved four miles to Hie south and oioupled the Prus-tan town of Karlsberg. ('('cording to des- pitche- from Insterburg to-night An other repoit said that the mvadeis have' liestioyvd Ihe shipyards at Meiml Tim Itiissiiins liave cut the telegraph i line- leading soiiihvvtird fiom thai port The only Information received here n- g.irdlng their movements Is that colli . i inunlcited by Herman refugees who have lied through the Itussl.ni lines and reached villages near iilslt They de scribe the Invading forces as detach ments of Itu-slati reset vlsts, supporud by several battel les of light aitlllery. A Heiuian at my is moving northwaid over thn railway fiom Tilsit to engage the rj Iders The Heiirr.il S.aff Insisted t to-nlglil tnat the capture of Metini was iltilmpoitiint since the -it v leally within the llussian uillltaiy -.tone, but promised quick inllon to fori" the In- I vadcis back upon ltus"laii soil. i There has been a lull III the lighting n i(.i..,,i ueroidlllK to i!e"p,itilics I" tlie War oihec to-niuht. with onlv minor ' i tigiigcinents aionnd Pizasnysz and I north of iMnilcnk.i. In the south die Sicilians have rc- iiisd several il'eiiipls by Hen. Iv.m I olT's ul'iny to force a crossing of the Priith, north of Czcrnnwlti!. .I V STRIA ST RET HE A T. llij rvsfrii .Xur. IloMi:. .Maich 20 A lluchaust des- them i neiKi'iicaiiy iiiiu aio pi iieiiaiuiK : 1 Hukoviiia. Snow sloruis arc Interfering with the! oiicrallons. - - nPtVPK HnnrRS flN PARTS Zeppelin Vlijl.es I'robabl.t Vlulll llllld llsi'lt'N. II ltd I'vnis. Mil. Ii 21 i Sunday I A Zep pelin pissed nvi ' Pails, ilropped sev eral bombs ihd as far as now known, escaped w Itlioiil li'Jtil v The damage 1 1 1 T 1 1 bv Lie bombs, if ai.v bis pot v e lieen lepoileil ri.niiim. Tin: riiiii.iv vs, ii:oitni., SK. Mill Villi AMI MM: It.MIAVAV. Host Train", Itesl Keivli's, Mliurleat Way MUnm Hlrmlnirhaui, Inq, MSI ll'wuy-vldi'. LAPLAND SAW BRITISH DESTROYER BATTLE WITH GERMAN SUBMARINE .ft.-..; BRITISH DESTROYER FIRING ON GERMAN SUBMARINE This picture was snapped by the official photo.: raph.T of the (.upland while the destio.ver was driving olT the siihmar no which had been l.vlnir In wait for :lie I'.isfeinter on the Ited Star liner l.ap-t land, which arrived here from Liverpool yesterday, got i submarine sc.irt In the Ki.gllsli I'hantui and saw a llrltlsh tor- pedo toat destroyer tile tlve shots Into ,t mootli place In the water. The do- "Iroyer later wigwagged thn Lapland tbat she believed the shots had sunk a (let man submarine. In the meantime ("apt. John Hratl shaw was sending the Iipl.ind out to sou under full speed, but be was steer ing her in a zisz.n rourso to minimize the chance of being hit hv a torpedo. Passen.'ets on the Lapland also de clared that nine Herman suhniarlr.es have t i en sunk or raptured by the llrlt ish within the last two weeks and that t' llrltlsh Adn.lralty is suppressing tin news i The Lapland steamed out of the j mouth of the Mersey under the Hrltlsh jilig at ID o'clrck on the morning of March It. opposite the bar lightship j a !!r!t!"h destroyer, which was to be I the Lnpl mil's escort, signalldt that lio wu huiitcg a Herman submarine ana that the pcrisiopc had In en seen a few miles further out The destroyer started OH to the noitllct under full spod. I'liss.-tiuern Ordered HcliMt. t'ipt Hi olshavv old' ted the passen gers below .ml swung the Iscits out on the dsvit" Then the Liolliid g t a', ottier -'gna'. fiom t.ie det rover to pro-,-, oil siv.,. i,,rted. changing hi r c,iui e I back and foith "hatply. a"d s(,ti ('apt Utii'Nhaw saw the destroy! r tlry live 'shots He . mid not see ivh.it she was REICHSTAG HEARS I ATTACK ON KAISER Sdi'inlisi Mfiiilti'i' ("'mIN rian ti liiii'ii Hiissinn Aillntri's liiii'liiii'isin." I'UM.I .MKXT IN ITI.OAI, i,.n.il :,' Hfpotrf. tn Tnr sis Itrttt.iv. via Amsterdam. March 20 There was a violent scene In the Itelchs tng to-dav over the statement made in a recent Herman oillcl.il announcement thai for every Herman village In I'.'isl Prussia den toy id by the lliisdans tip Hermans would burn three Itus-ian I towns have 1" ll.rr lead"!-. The policy Is undersiood to li dictated by the Kaiser. I.edeboiir, one of the Socialist ixpressisl his horror over such a piopos.il He interpellated tho Hov ei linn lit on the subject and said, refer ring lo the ollielal atinouil''eiiient, "This Is birb irl"in " his remark I'd to n general ui- turb.uice and linllgiiatii cues u hi- Itlght The vic-i lib nt declined that criticism of the at my administration was not permissible Nolw itbslandliig this Ilerr Lcdcbour cotitlnued : "The Hil'tniill imllcy must be such that these piople can si e 111 He! many a shield mil safeguird for fr. cdoni I say this ! . ... i... u, ,.r it,., r.ithi rliitnl and of ' in in" inn ! - . Luiopc At this point tbeie were mini cries in ! "Shame!" from the opposition lliri West. up, Conservative, regtetted , the ,'iiticisiiis of lleiteti Ledeboiir and. I Lb'likneclit as pieju.llcl.il to the father I land In it" most dilllciiit bom I ! Heir von Delbruucl,. ire. Chancellor 'and Mliuslir of the Interior, arose and I I ' '"To every one who is present to-day this holll will be oil" of tin- most bllter I memories Heir Lcilehoui's criticism is iiiiciinsiltutional, Insulting In foim and dliected against a most, honoud ! army leader. "The war has t.iughi us that we arc nun ii illy and morally richer than wc 'belli vol Matters which divide ns in ' lime il hence have I ii set asldf, ut . ... ..r 1 tering new proof to the enemy of the ,.t otitiuilc and moral inv Iiiciiuiuy oi ine i lei man people" p,.. HiilTerlch, an olfici.il of the Treasury I h'Pat t inent. Mated that the I lesiilt of Pie I itesl war loan had In en I splendid Siilncnptinus to the tlrst war loan. In said li.nl bun gte.itlv Mil - passed by III" second, lie ailde.l : "With two loans totalling f3,wu,. nun. (inn we exiecdeil llnglaiid by $l,"H0, OiiO.OOii. This pioves the llllbti ak.lhl" , ii i i hi 1 1 1 1 and linancial sticngih of Herniany and her dt tennlneil n solution to hold out lo Hi" end ' Dr Lcdeboiii is the so mil uf the i',il' mall Socialist leideis to attack tin Hov eriimcnl or to pi event Ihe unanimous suppoit (if lis acts. Dr Llehknecht voted recently against n new war loan and criticised tho acts i the Uovern- t l!ed Star l.ner. The arrow Indicates the p.xplonlon of j one of the half dozen shells the ilestioyer llrel. The i commander bellcv.s tho submarine was sunk. llr.nc at, luit the destroyer slcnnlled that she believed a submarine had been sunk. Some of the passengers said they made iiit wv.at lisjked like .s. smooth, oil cov en d spot on tho water and that tho de stroyer's shots fell thete. 'apt. Ilrudslinvv sild he could not make out the name of the llrltlsh de strovet. Henry Morgetitnau, Jr.. one of the passengers, son of the Ambassador to Turkey. jald he h id come up on deck In time tose time shots ilred and lie also saw what appeared to be a spre id of oil on t,ie water toward which the destroyer darted after thu shots had In en tired Some of the passengers: si Id It was i-oiniisiii knowledge in London that two '.Sinn in submarines hive been netted near the entrance to Dover harbor and ,eir ciews drowned. Sunken traps In the form of huge i halns had stripped the rudders and propellers from the undersea invaibrs, t'.ey said. A pas senger who came from Ldlnburgh said the r-22 was sunk In the mouth of the t'lrth of l'orth two wieks ago and tint the crew of th" Lnglish torp.do lsi.it which ii'-coinpllsheil this told the story in IMiiiburgli. One rumor in London Is that the Hrlt i"h eaptiiied a Cnriiiati oil lsat that was supplying fuel to submarines, and that later tour eiiptniirlnrs came to the oil ship for supplies and were cap tured. Th Lapland :'.-'' btousht a storv that a lie.' ot dummy waihlps. old .militant boils tlttol with fake funnels, aoodei- tutii'V and guns, filled with ce netit to hold them low m the water, has b en titled out at It. lfast and started on i -ei'iet mission, probably to block the K.i I 'anal ' ipt. Haddock, formerly captain of the Olympic, Is said to have -upirvisi.l the cri.itlop of the Meet ilci ry .Morg. hthsu, Jr, who has tieen inent in Iielglum The 1 1" metiibi i of thi lie' Socialist? have tistag 'DHFhW'CIC WAR? AUSUM)" l.lebl.lleebl su I onlllcl Is llelim I lipllilltstle Wliued. lir a' ' iV. Itrppiit'-. to Tor Si I' villi". Mii.h 20 The I'i ho ie 'urn piilll" in mte v t, w between tile Spilllsll .v.i'.r . inn lhine. ,b loi-ro and Dr , l.ibknc'ht. the 'ierillltl Sovlallst le.Hle'. v ho f.ini . , "I did not -.ote for the Hov eminent s ' I war credits In the Iteahstag principallv ' Il aue as an Intel national Socialist II I coui. i not consent to accord the dovein mem the uieaii" to cany on .1 caiital wtic war. It i" i defensive war, lib v say That is an absurdity which HI" marck well leallzed vvlien he said a de fensive war is equivalent to commuting sub ide in order to avoid death. Never- , Iheless I have behind me. If not a ma jority, al least a eei tain put of the I woi king world I "What, would hive been more Immoral than for us bv igreeineiit to ay pi tlie Hov eminent 'Hive u- iiolttlc.il rights .Hi. I Me Uill vol" villll glllis Two Duels in France; Pol Roger Wounded 'li.'ini.i".iie Mi'i'cliiiiil nnd Pre- reel nt' I lie .Ma rni in Mtonl t'litnbat ' I'aMi li.ire to fill, siv I'vnis, Marc 2". Two duels. Hie tlrsl lo ho tou-bt r I 'in nee sin. the out break of the w.ii, Hi- chronicled In to day's papers one was a duel with to voiveis on Ihe I'r.ili.n-ltallan fr-ntler. In which the iiiia.'iiiilsts weie Cointe llugene llruiictti d'l'sse.iux and M. Mvoioinatls. a well Uncivil Hreek ICS. dent of Palis Tlie duel vv;us the if suit of an Incnb " t wlilch occunol r--ceiitlv at S in llemo llach in in tired once W It html result. The other combat was a duel ivith swords between M Chapion. Profeci f the Mime, and Pol llogir, Mayoi ot Ihicrnay and lie id of the champ isnc linn The nun net at the Chateau SaiOM'hoilllly M Chaproii wuuinlcd Ills opponent It. t.n 'igln wrlsl. receiving himself a thrust tn tlie left arn The 111, lr It'll the Ileal lib O'lClled The duel wo" ihe ir-uli ot an interchange of In-siilim-' httii- lefiiring to adiulli stra tnui inatti i s BRITISH LOSE 5,081 OFFICERS. I,, "111 Killed s,,,.,. Ilful it ill iiu of Killed W nr. since llcgllllllliu rib Vllsslitu, l.O.MMiN lists of 1 el's th II Prill, the . M ma asuali les e Iiu 1 It IHU total lo-' a 2" tb tin new nlll- ihio..g liriiisl II OUIlli elv c I ' l.l- - stiii"e tlie b, gin ji. gale fi.nvj Of illt. it, wel" killed. Tl'.' Well' lt Ited i battle." of N'ellVr I" -U vv that 2HI I -n i vv i batt les c.l 111'.. nlng of the war thi.. number l.r.l 2. s :',."' woiindi'il a 'I l"s.iu 'l isii ill .es I' I, .1.1 I S olll.'cr- v. .. '.II, .1 The w out ited ' II ii line hurst, V (- Opru until Va l.. Siipsrh t 'oil.itp 11. Iglrftl' llnteL, Tlirss in h ue Link' Teiuit- ,t ln. llviil vu Hi C"n r sl llilerr.il nlial Nt-ws ecrctnry to his father In the rtnhwy at Constantinople, said he left there on Kebritary IS and that conditions weroj normal In th Turkish capital then. The 1 .000 Americans there urn In good standing with th" ottoman Lniplre, he declared, and he f It suro they were living In safety. Th Uipland brought twenty-one pas seiieers In the s iloon. fortv-ono second cabin and fifty-one In th. steerage She rallied 3,u5fl sacks of mall II I G GUS'S OX OH DUN A. ('murder nlls fur I, It erponl With S iiliiim I'fissenuers, The ("unaril Line steamhlp Orduna sailed tor Liverpool yesterday morning with two 11 Inch guns lashed to her deck. They were consigned to Nevv-ciHtle-on-Tyne l-lac)i of the guns was fifty -three feel long and Weighed severity-three tons. The Ordiiii.i carried twenty -eight saloon p.isetigers. 100 sec ond class, and seventy-live In the steer- II IT e Th., U-)olA S!,ne 1 nee AHrinlle lil.., was schedub"! to nil yesterday at ti(Kn for I.lvirpool. did not leave her pier until nearly .". P M. TN- delay was caused by the large amount of cargo she car ried. The Adriatl" carried what was said to be the Drgest shipment of provisions eve.r sent by ia single steamer. Sh had sixty motor trucks on her prome liadii deck, which will t.c sent from Liverpool to I'r.iirn Her cargo totalled morn than IS.h.ki fc- The Atiietlcaii line- St Louis, f' Llverpisil thi Pren h stea ner Itocb im tieiu. fo" Havre, i d tin Norweglan A'n ri-in I 'iei llcrgeiifJoril ai arned large i.trgoes of p: oviio:i .ml Ijosp.tal supplies The lta. ar steam, r PUtopa took 100 horsM foi the It illan i.overn tt.etit and t ie Kanawha .hi ed fo- Henna with 1.1'H' nurses GEN. SCOTT BRINGS IN HOSTILE CHIEFS Almost Siniilf Handed He Kud I tali War That Cost Six Lives. KASV A FT Kit POWWOW Hii fT, 1'tiili, March 2'V The Piute uprising in I'tnh was ended to-day when Mrlk-.-Hon Hugh L Scott r tunie.1 f lllulf with Chief Old Polk III" sou Hatch iTe-Ne.iiat), Chief Posey and I'o-ey's eldest Mv The cnptuiM of the riugleadeiM b tini fulled Suites army otllc. r ami lii small partv "I peine al escort aci omplishisl I th., p.a"ful settlement of a rebellion l by the Iiidrins which r'-fulted in th. Idiai'i of six men and the wounding i of ni.uiv i hers m th ilv lighting i liet ween a pos-e and the redskins I The prisoners In ought lieie were sul- ! len and upconiinunicutivi Hen Skip isnllrd tllettl, llOW'V.'l'. til It 111. V will I get fall play by I c C.n tl vv Inti j l'aibfi'. wiio through his ag-uts lieie i .'il l in Washington will dial with the, i recahiu-ant Indians si" i dlly m Hie fed 'ei,, .outts foi their patts in tho up- rl-iug. I Hen Scott's p.irtv and th prison- eticoiuitei sl sevr" storms in their 'hip through die comttrv fr m Douglas 1 Misa, where the Indians were tiidui'ed to sun eiidi r lllufl residents had to night the Inst peaceful n st lu tiiotii than I ,i month ' Hell Scott. Chief of -II iff of tlie regll- I I ii- army, ovei.anie many obstacles in , . ddllig tills latest feat to Ills long list 'of paiitlcatlous of rebellious Indians His mission to I'tab, onlenv l by Si cr- it.uy of War Harrison, was considered , the la.st step betor" til" Calling out of federal troops ui tsnub.it the ttdskln". iiu Sc. ill, '.vim was ncconipuidfil by his aid. l.l. -ill -('ol llol,. ll 11 I, M, ' Mo me, and Private Paul Itandolpli, an oiibtly. (pit In touch with tno hostib" I last Wednesday through friendly 1 Navajo Indian messengers sent out by th" i li nil to Incut" them. The outlaw Indians tore eu. , imped alxiut sev t nty -llvi miles southwest of III.. Il in Hie washes and bad ..lint- of Douglas Mesa Hen Scott wailed at .Mrdiiih! Hat. I tall, an Indian trail ing post tun by John Wethm III. for the leply of t.e reingades to his pe.ne piolli rs Til" S'.IV ijo Mies-ellgfO lold chiff Old I oik and l'osy that tnc lug war clip f of the Hrciil W'lilte Father I President Wilson I had conic tu sinok, a plpo of pea.'" with ihcili and I -t lit ovr llie gin values wnh the Indian" Tile hostile Indians wne at tlrst te lnet. int to believe till-, thinking It a trap to lcnl tlietn lulo the clnli'hej. of Mar sh tl NibekeiV posse ltei nriny in. i-siii'itli' es Ihe . Itlefs llnallv ciiseiiied I. l p.lW'VVoVV Willi lit I, .-M'.ilt, Hie 'uiet.og place to In -yv i r.tl m les ii-.nn Mr i'.-,'.e II. it At i .a p iw wow 'i Hi i si. ,, u aid, l.n Hi i oi M Iln 1 1 thi i .lollll Wet tie li the not' I Mtlilhwi" guide and ti nier, in. I st v n il fuendy Navajo I vll in-, who a-to) is Int piVter?. ALLIED FLEETS RENEWFIREON STRAITS FORTS Admirals in Conference De cide to (Jo On l)es)ite Loss of Ships. 115 VESSELS TshT.rX XEW 10M HAKD.MKXT Aviators Report Forts Chanak. Kilid Pahr and Ilamidieh Keduced. ADMTL'AL CAUDK.YS DEATH IS DEXIED German Submarines Now Relieved to Have Sunk Three Hattlcships. tprcial Ctihte ret;ultr lu Tlir srv IONtio.v, -March 20. The rotim.lt of Admirals and Captains of the alllast fleet, which was held yesterday on tile rretich tlagship Suffren, ileililed to con tinue the sea attack on the Dardanelles forts, according to a do-patch from Athens. There has been a disposition on th ' twin of some to believe that Ihe bom bardment might b interrupted wldbi lnnd torces were brought to th" strait t Join in the att.n k. Th" decision to con titltl" the ireent op. r.ll Ion", ill cpll of th" loss on Thursday of the ltrltl.sli battleships Irresistible and Ocean and the IVench battleship Itouvet. was cm- I InUnlCltCil to tile VCSSi K O'' til" tl t and was received by th" clews with til" greatest enthusiasm A resumption of the attack was at tempted yesterday, but b"C,tue of un favorable woatlter i ondltlons, a storm prevailing in the slialt, tin. nnowed bombardment was without Important re sult. The destruction of the town o: Dardanelles 's believed to have been completed, nil Athens ib -patch to i.ie Kx.iiaiiKe Telegtaph Company sayni, that the town was In Haines l.ut night Stiliiniirllies iii strolls. A, cording to Inform itloi rt dived by the corrtflpotnlent of Tin. -iv in l'atls from an authorttinlv e diplomatic source Herman aeroplanes and more particu larly Herman sUbmaiine ari playing an imisirtaiit part in I lit- d.leme of the Dirdaialbs Whether tic "uhinarlne were concerned in th" sinking or the t'lrco allied warships i.iniiot bo stated its vit. but it is noted that the otlhi.it "'.iteinent is rather v.tgu' ibout how tht Irresistible met her fat-. Tlinie is no ipnstloii that a s.nall lb et of Taubes Is tow opi-rntltig over 111 June of op, rations n tin straits, aiiu it is .veil hinted m itillut nil il quarters hue that the Tutke and Hit'tiius an working feverishly to get In cimiinisslon l eppellli wllldi w.is Mill ill palls tu t 'oiistal.ttnoiilo for all at rial attacks on th" allied tlo't Til" submarines, wlucn must' haia bis'i, transport's! through Ituiuinia oid llulg.irui In sections, wtie ,ust milled In u sicrct sliii).ird on 'la S'-.i f M:i mora, a proi ess almost identi. al wiin that carried out at Wobrugg" utlierf, h.iwev. r, undoubtedly nil" hrmn.-b tin Meiliterrone in and thn .Lgeim froui Tiicst" Tun St'N isuri spondi nt Is glvei to understand that there are foqr now oner it. tig Iti Turkish i'-i- The number ' vessils I alt. U'.iti,,i In friday's operali'i'is i" variously, st.i'-d :it from sl.x to sixtein The I'.v change i eb'giapb cortt "potni"iii jusi qiloled nald that slvt'tn waiithtpK et; tireil the strait at iiornlhg and opened th" ontril forts oi H.Lhr, Soii.il'i Dare. Uieiltk and Ha'indiea. w.th vigoi, but tin It ' i.l.sk ITU.; a v lob i.t tire u Dai'diiius K'llu MedJ .ii. h. T' h. lite im Is n ply I'u, , t..'. I' i 'a i or j respoutlont said tnat tin i riilll continuing it ' "' Im lt utri s corrcsismdi nt. Island of Ti nislo-,, plac qi '.atio'is weie k frltlay i.mul who is mi th .1 tllu liuillbrl of esstis engaged at six Vdiolriil Not Killed, . Tl ivnl censor ,i i.leil pos.l'n-.. ti h.glit tin- report ti.tt ' v.inuril Ct; den w is ilb d n w.. in. qe I " i a. In of Thin sd ty w .en loiiv ti. i wei't klll'i; .mil m.tnv I'ljuied "h 'a- II Us up. th battle msei I it tt.'s. t lid- 'i i stall frail' it Turkish gun 1 ali' ilv had bw , olllci.illy aimouncisl t.iai V i Xdimr.i t '.ti dt n bad l" n itn .i n tttd b. ill l.esu ,ni tint lie had I'" 'i S'l 'et'llf'l . otifl, in, 1 by lb II' A-lti ,''l 0h' Miciiiel d" Hobo it It was staled at lb" Vniiii' ,iltv to nifcht Ihal Viii-Adtlilial Cideu hu' 'In en reiuov.il tu I'm ol the cnuser Uvuig oil' Tenedos. .md it is presiunen that he wits not on the flagship dm III Dim atlack An rsiiinate (it tl" sv'-' t "f th tl image ipiiio to the Tin!, -h forts a!in b.i teries by tin lernt' 'loiiibaiiini".'' ol Tiiuisilav was oliiio.d to-aiv. ai ! .-ordlng to despatches Po'ii Vfelis. b i the Allies' av laltn s w h. ! tllilll Hear lllllll' il !" low over the n.ii lows icpoi ted llitl forts Ivl ilP'li and ('lianas., ivhl bruiil of the 111" ".ten I i'lacilC'illv dismal. th 1 ' iii.d Chanak weie s l.-i Pelf ii r would mtirt ' tin Ibcl tor the loss o'' s.'ilfis "tiuK on vhuisd.i Uinler tqtler l!oii"'k. cll'cli'ii l''.t ,,il senilis I II, Hail f. i ,v. q t a lb el w i , Ivllul Hi' i iiav.lt un i iniipt l.s.i hree bttiii I he iiv'tnioi .- i oi, ' -Ii .ni , I i K i , purled alsi Tuiklsh bit I', I, I .ve.e . i'i on t on I i - .a .i. 't-. , i "gi IV t 1 1 ei g e t evKienlly " Of I'll' lllle 1 ecorduic !