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NIGHT EXTRA xmmn NIGHT TOL. I-NO. 152 riUIiADJflljrJIIiV, "WEDNESDAY, MABC1I 10, 15)15. PRICE OlTCfl CE Cof imoni, 101B, i tub rtBtio Liror CoMMrir. jtnjT vZvnrJS-j4B T. if--tffi.P ensS&Lift aS r - c ' ' CITY BIDS FOR OLYMPICS IN NEW STADIUM i . Cablegram Is Sent .Re questing That lj916 ri i,,, TJfl TTnlrl in Philadelphia. fp Xfewa From 1'rnnco mat . ninssic Event Will Be Held I (n TT R. fSivns firnnt Tmnntus to Movement for City-owned "Athletic Field. If Advocates of Plan Fnvor Purchase of Kirkbridc Property by City for Great Athletic Field Site in 'j Fairmount Park North of Girard Avenue Bridge Also Considered. A huge, elty-owned athletic stadium, 'available for tho 151G Olympic games, Is the object of a determined campaign which began toda when newn came from KFarls that tho next world-wldo athletic wcirnlvn! would bo held In this country, jp A committee of Philadelphia business men at onco addressed a cablegram to ' tho International Olympic Committee, Coffering this city ns the scene of the fa fmous games. This Is the first stop In a "vigorous and dctlnlto program for fcrlng- 8 Ing the gnmes to Philadelphia. :, The ability of the city to handle tho big jumos will depend upon the erection of a i monster stadium, seating from 75,000 to lW.OCO persons. Such a structure has been j talked of, more or less indefinitely, for J months, L The project has been mado vital by the S"clu)lco of the United States ns the coun try In which tho games nre to bo held. nd the placing of the selection of a city In the hands of tho American Olympic Committee and tho Amateur Athletic Union. j viiviv i. xi'. x v uu, J. J allies. ; nans lor n municipal stndlum have ic '', duccd tho possible sites virtually to two. fv They are u location In Fnlrmntinr Pnrir -on tho east bank of the Schuylkill HIvcr Just north of the Girard avenue bridge, , nnd the land occupied by the Pennsji- ;1i iuiiiim iwr me insane (Kirlc ;febndt's), lying between Market street nnd lkynarcnorci avenue, HUH nnd -lot h sireein Wgptlr'plots contain nntural ravines, which J, would aid excavation and thus lmr ih Expense of building: an amphitheatre or a. "hrttt p " ' Threo forms of construction hnv. h outlined for the proposed stndlum. Arch- itects and englneern have drawn plaii3 and mado models for ih.m nn .i, U designs liko tho Ynle bowl, which nc f commodatcd tho Hnrvnrri-Ynln rnnthnii FfiKamo last fall, Is patterned nfter tho P, Coliseum In Rome. It provides for nn elliptical structure, half u mile In cir cumference nnd covering 11 ncres. w Advantages of tho Fnlrmount Park site twere pointed out today by E. John-Her-let, president of the Walnut Street Ilusl- Cimclmled nn I'ugi. ro THE WEATHER FA I R There's n. ornnhpf in in nm ...i. j Uf , .--,-... ... (t, uiiiii', 1UIU Ut" Ires, despite the scolllng of the wise IPfles. that there's snmv r,nn n, ,.... n. w .. w.'u., ,,,u imj, lie Simeon .Mokemacher; time will tell If he's a faker, but he's sticking by hla onions every day. George 8. Bliss, he ay can whistle while the onion hair oti bristle, for the telegraph reports on .. 10 case ins otflclal, short prediction touched In cautious, careful diction; for e onion phophet's getting lots of space. It Is old and nueei-. In eiov,. n.i i, J' he'll never, never give the world the K h EeVret,or "Is scheme; thougli It may fhr.iu': " v:"J B' " ...'. c'es. .?" Th of lu." clreail- He has said 'twill ;;- iuwinE. anu mat Hllss will cease m crowing, but today theie's not n Hake Ju.",:" "- ""' "ihihk wnut miss, wtnlng prophets, told us yester morn- film ""Il" lu UB i"n Hi up lo FORECAST for Philadelphia ami vicinity ir weainer ana moderate ter,e,n- mt tonight and Thursday; gentle incfg, mostlu northwext. fFor details, see page S, Observations at Philadelphia gsiorotter . iu'ffstra",r :.::::: : as UlluuMiiv XorthWMt, I3mll6 g'1ra niiratur'".'.v.'.:::::;:::K."" S On the I'll ri fir- Pnt,c i?5.nii .Weatlwr. Clu. t.. i vio . .Wathr, yiwdjr. T,: p(J Almanac of thn iiv IS" i ' fl. Fru tomorrow ....,:::;; a-Jfnlm Lamns to H l.lahtoA 6Mi and othrr ,ehlcl 6iS0D.m. The Tides PORT RICHMOND ! sui. ;, . iSE-2- w t tomorrow r:;"?!-""- ihestnux granw v'iuni;. ' ' ii .i.t ' .TTJfi-!"' lomorroW . I:..::;::-: i;us:SJ: timit Xlir toaiflrrow. r :.j. 'i '' -ww vnu i ... . -j . iar ' "." .' "' iAMk Sp mqgz mm Mir j. ,.., sp: 5- CIGARETTE SPEAKEASIES HIT Storekeeper Pays $100 Fine for Vio lating Law. A fine of $100 for selling cigarettes to boys. Imposed a month oro, wns pnltl to day before Judge MncNelllo Ip tlio crimi nal branch of tho Municipal Court, by Daniel Poley, of 2341 Nortli 32d street. Judgo MacNclllo, In referring to the cane, enld Hint storekeepers who conduct "clgnrctto speakeasies" must be prepared lb pay a nnc. "The Indifference of somo storekeepers to the law against tho snlo of cigarettes to minors." said the Jurist, "la rcprolion Bible. Any denier coming before me for thin offense will find, upon conviction, that It is a costly transaction to sell cigarettes to boys." Cut in Ocean Hates General LONDON. March lO.-FollowIng the lend of the Cumin! line, nil transatlantic com panies have reduced the faro for second clnss pnssngo between Europe nnd Ameri ca, to JJ0. HARRY THAW ILL; MOVE TO HALT TRIAL His Counsel Asks Defendant's Transfer to Prison Ward of Bellevue Hospital. NEW YORK, March lO.-DeclnrlnK that Harry K. Thaw Is In n serious state of health, duo to n fold contracted In the Tombs. John 11 Stanchflcld, chief of couiibcl for the slayer of Stanford White, todny requested Justice Page to order his transfer to tho prison ward nt Bellovue. Deputy Attorney General Kennedy ob jected, and Justice Page appointed a physician to examine Thaw nnd report his findings to tho court. If tho physician reports that further confinement in the Tombs might further endanger Thaw's health, It is generally believed that he will br ordered to Bellevue until ho re covers. Muffled In n heavy sweater, obviously suffering from a stiff neck. Thaw per sonally directed moves to establish his sanity. lie cnuecd his counsel to bring" out by Mnttoawnn attendants that he wns never violently insnno nnd thnt ho acted In n normal manner. A declslvo test upon ndmlttlng snnltv evidence was deferred. Justlco Page, It was stated, was Inclined to exclude such evidence except only as might prove Thaw knew the nature and quality of his acts in the alleged conspiracy by which )ie escaped from tho asylum for tho criminally Insane. Mattcawan employes graphically pic tured Thaw's flight. Robert Lowry, a grocer near Mat. i along and meet a seven-passenger car In front of his place. One man was In the touring car rind another was walking up the. hill. He Identified Butler and Thomp son, the co-defondnnts, ns' tho men. But ler, he said, walked up tho hill twice far enough to see tho asylum Kate. Tiro next he Baw wns Butler running across tho yard and Jumping Into tho big car. Then the other car came around tho cor ner ami both automobiles started up and went toward Flshkill. He did not sea Thaw transferred from one car to the other. , "Recess was then ordered. The prosecution has examined over half of its witnesses nnd hoped to rest late today. Lawyer John Anhut, serving in Sing-Sing for trying to bribe the Mat tcawan superintendent to release Thaw, was brought ftom the prison today to testify for the prosecution. HUGE FLEET AT GUANTANAMO Ninetecn Battleships and 20 Destroy ers Engaged in Practice There. WASHINGTON. March 10. The most powerful licet ever assembled by tho United States for active Bervice, or maneuvers, today was declared bv Sec retary Daniels to be the one now nt Giiantauamo Tl.iy, Cuba. Nineteen battleships, and W destroyers with n flagship nnd a tender are there, and they havo been In practice with guns and torpedoes for the last two months. Rear Admiral Fletcher, commandcr-In-Chlef of tho 'Atlantic fleet, is in active charge. Massachusetts Editor Stricken SPRINGFIELD, Mass, Marcii 10. Samuel Bowles, editor nnd owner of the Springlleld Republican, Is reported In a dying condition. He suffered an npopleptlc shock this morning and has been1 unconscious since. SUNDAY AGAIN RAPS ANEMIA OF CHURCH Evangelist Repeats Sermon on "Thy Kingdom Come" Be fore Huge Throngs. Another great audience heard "Dllly" Sunday attack slu and tho devil In the tabernacle this afternoon, when he re peated his stirring sermon on "Thy Kingdom Come." The "pleasant morn ing brought thousands to the big wooden temple long before time for the opening of the services who waited In Logan Square until the doors opened. Time and again ns Sunday directed stinging blows against church people who prglect the word of God the audience cheered and applauded Jilni. "Billy" said Ui part: , "When you pray 'Thy Kingdom Come' that means to want the kingdom of this world to become the kingdom of our Lord, no matter what It costs, what self-denial, what hard work, what sacri fice. To pray Thy Kingdom Come' means that we want the Bible translated Into every tongue; It means to have churches and gchoolhouses everywhere: It means not to shirk out share In the burden of work and expenses. "Jaaua never taught anybody to pray for the salvation of men who could be measured by the number of square miles that they covered. The people of the United States cannot pray 'Thy Kingdom Come' In the land bordered on the north by Canada and British Columbia, on the south by Mexico and the Gulf of Mexico, on the east by the AUantlo Ocean and on the west by the Pacific Ocean. No. We pray for nobody unlet we pray for every body. To pray 'Thy Kingdom Come' means to pray 'that It will keep coming as loner as there U one unsaved person in the world. Thy Kingdom Come ta a prayer that cannot be made with both hands tttitfed down Into our poek'ets. We can qt pray right unless we ere willing to S4ir right. The trwbU with some tf yOU Cesahultd es Pmmi h SUFFRAGISTS OPEN OUTDOOR CAMPAIGN 1E3tkM.&ti&Jft&4SS!&fflr "".Sal BaMBslliB r i i fBKKm' VMiniB&mmtM 'VjnHOH 7w , Mrs. Potter, of New York, at rifiht, nnd Mrs. Mary LowcnburK vcro nmonfr tho speakers who tnlkcd to crowds in front of tho Equal Franchise headquarters on 9th street, above Chestnut, todny. SUFFRAGIST SPEAKS TO GREAT CROWD ON P0ST0FFICE PLAZA Miss Potter Calls on Penn sylvanians to "Come in on Band Wagon Instead of on Hearse" at Opening of Spring Campaign. Womnn suffrage fired tho first gun of Ita spring campaign today when an out door meeting under tho auspices nf tho JJqunl Franchise Society of Philadelphia attracted several hundred persons to tho Postofllce plnzn, Oth and Chestnut streets. Tho crowd overflowed Into tho street and mounted policemen had difficulty In keep ing It within bounds. Miss Adella Potter, of Diooklyn, or ganizer for tho First Division of the Womnn Suffrage Party, spoke from the automobllo of Miss Mary A. Burnhnm. In leply to a question by a. serious minded man she declared that It was un falr to nsk women how they will vote before giving them the vote. Men who reach their majority, sho said, tiro not requlrcdto, state, their intentions before being given tho ballot. . "Vou men of Pennsylvania want your State tp come in on the bandwagon of tho suffiage question," bhe said. "Un less you give your wives, mothers nnd sisters the vote you will como In on tho hearse. The election next fall will givo you your last chance for flvo years, and I know that Pennsylvania has never yet como in on tho hearse w"hcn big issues were nt stake. "It Is ridiculous that women should Viavn tn hnl.l fiiirli mcptlncs as these. but thero is no help for It. To those who say mat women snouui loimw men grandmothers' footsteps, we reply: 'Wo ........ .In I. ' tlfrtnm nitd nlA.'tl Irlt V llilVO taken away fno Jobs of our grandmothers. Wo havo only two courses left to sit bnck and allow our Legislature! to con trol our work or go out and help the Legislatures." Miss Potter traced the good which has lesulted from woman suffrage and dis played a map showing the States where women vote. "Wo aro lighting for the same piluclples for which our forefathers died 1SS years ngo,." sho continued. "They and tho gov ernment they gavo us wero stamped ns radical. Today wo aro told that suffrage Is too radical. They solved tho question of tho right of kings, but they did not solvo the question of the accident of birth, which Is still, with us, enfranchis ing lmlf tho human race." Mrs. Hurry Lowenberg, a member of the board of directors, of the Kqual Franchise Society. Introduced Miss Pot ter, said that that BUffrago was not revo lutionary, but evolutionary, nnd that while It was not tho last word In freedom. It was a step toward greater freedom. Among those who dlstnnuieci ineraiure In the crowd were Miss Sophia H. Dulles, corresponding secretnry: Miss Dorothy Welsh. Miss Florence Samllle nnd Mlas Caroline Katzensteln. executive secietnry. An Important meeting will bo held to night under the a oplces of the 4th Legls latlve District Woman Suffrage pnrty of Philadelphia, at which Congressman Mondell. of Wyoming, will speiik. Miss Lldn Stokes Adams will Preside at the meeting, which will be held In the Lthlcal Society Hall. 13;M Spruce stteet. at S "Camden suffragists will assemble to night lo hear United Stotes Senator John F. Shafroth, of Colorado, who will speak advocating suffrage at the Y. SL C. A. auditorium, Federal street and Broadway The occasion l to celebrate the recent passage of the suffrage bll In the New Jersey Legislature. Mrs. W T. herlln. president of the Camden Equal Suffrage League, will preside. , Chestnut Hill had Its share oj the suffrage activities of the day. when arsembled to discuss ways and means. They met this anernnon " ""'": " Mrs F M. Sheppard, 7816 Lincoln drive. Preceding this and also at the home of Mrs Sheppard. the Executive Board of the branch met. GUILD TAKES CAT MEDICINE Physicians Working Hard to Avert Girl's Threateneu neuui. Towerful restorative are being admin istered by the doctors at the Polyclinic Hospital to revive three-year-old France Ludv, who is In serious condition as a result of sleeping all nTght after swallow ing several pills prescribed for the pet Angora cat of her aunt, Mrs Fanny Moore. 1508 South street Mrs. Moore obtained the cat medicine from a druggist near her home yester day. There were eight pill? In the bottle which she left In a drceser In the kitchen. When she arose this morning Mrs. Moore noticed that only one of the pills re mained. Suspecting her nleee had ob- ...I.....4 .. m.Hlninn aha rtlBhoii nn tn the 1UM .. ...M.... m-r .-- - r -- . child's bedroom and was unable to arouse , her. According to toe noiuiai pnicidns the plU opntalned Large Ingredients of an opiate ana mey r uyie rrctnuee win die before the- can rtor hw to con-sqBiuaee. rHW T ipt' "NO LICENSE" COUP IN MONTGOMERY MAY MAKE COUNTY "DRY" Foes of the Liquor Traffic File "Blanket" Remon strance on Legal Grounds in Addition to Specific Charges in Scores of Cases. NORRISTOWN, Pa., March 10. Thero was consternation among the nppllcnnts for liquor license here this morning, when .Gcorgo Wnngcr, counsel for tho Noi It'Llcensf Miengtfo of 'J'mitgomcry County. filed In court exceptions to all tho 221 liquor applications throughout the county, on the ground thnt they had not been advertised in nccordanco with tho law. Tills may result In making Montgomery County dry. Mr, Wnngcr, who declared In tho peti tion thnt ho represented "Francis R. Taylor, Joseph W. Steele, J. Dyer Moyer, Harry Hopper nnd other citizens of Mont gomery County," dnclnrcH In his excep tions that "exception Is taken to the granting of any kind nnd all liquor licenses of whntsoovcr nature or kind within nnd for Montgomery County, in that implication for nil said licenses havo not been advertised In nccordnuco with tho nets of Assembly In such cases made nnd provided." Additional exception is filed aH to the aulllcleney of tho petition of Louis Rein for n lleens,n In Consholiockcn, In thnt tho date of tho applicant's naturaliza tion Is not given. Additional exception is taken to tho petition of William J. Keefe because there Is not attached a certificate or 12 or more qualified electors of tho ward In Con sholiockcn, where the hotel is located. Additional exceptions nre filed ns to tho sufficiency of .the petition of Louis Rein nnd Jolin Hauler, both of Consho hocken, and Wenze Hoepfle, of Upper Palford. In that -pliicfs of birth of appli cants are not given. An additional exception is (lied to the gi anting of n brewer's license to the Fioe llch Browing Company, Pottstown, be cause tho address of the applicant has not been advertised In accordance with t'nncluded nn Page Two Great Water Main Repaired Employes of the Water Bureau have repaired, nt n cost of 10, the damage done to a 43-lncli water main on Mc Michael street, between Abbotsfonl and Roberts avenues, Monday morning, by a blast Bet off by a. contractor. Three tS-lnch lines of pipe parallel to the broken main in McMlchnel street were not damaged. i, .. - A REIGN OF THUGGERY 77iflt was Terre Haute on election dau. Taught working for the Or luiihntlon Jumped on, kicked and nearly killed an opposition voter. He shot one of his assailants. This Incident was one of manu which showed what the Falrbanks-Jiobeits machine had done for Terre Haute, It teas a trl-parttsan machine and reeked of Fairbanks beer. The storu of the "slush fund," the fraudulent registration, the Intimidation at the polls, the street fights, all emanating from the gang In City Hall, reveals much of the qorruptlon and crime which blackened ' TERRE HAUTE through years of subjection to the piratical Organisation. The men wiq were raspaiwi&'e for sueh con ditions have been indicted. Some have ipleaifjd guilty. Twenty-eight are now on trial on charges of con spiracy. The investigators got "the men hlghef up." They got the men who fattonyl ,q; wholesale robbery of the taxpayers and a foul al liance with the traffickers in vice. The dripping Hands of Esau were manacled.'' Terre Haute' s Sovem ber election f4ll be described tomor row on the editorial page of the EVENJNG LEDGER CARRANZA SUBMITS TO STERN DEMANDS MADE BY PRESIDENT Consul Silliman States First Chief's Reply to the Most Recent Note From the United States Is Fa vorable. WASHINGTON, March lO.-Gcncral Curranza Is reported to havo ugieed to meet tho demands of tho United States. His formal reply to tho latest note from this Government Is on Its way to Wash ington. A preliminary mebeago from Consul Silliman says that It is favorable. President Wilson is In personal charge, of all matters relating to the Mexican sltunllon. Secretnry of Stnte Bryan Is assisting the Piesldent. Whether tho concession comes In tlmo to make tho Cnrrnnza concession a vic tory for tho Administration's Mexican policy Is problematical. Unofficial re ports say that Obregon already has evac uated Mexico City. And they say that Eapata now controls the capital. If thl Is so, responsibility for protecting for eigners there now rests with Villa. Officials were hopeful that Zapata actu ally had re-entered tho capital. He hud been there before and hnd enforced law nnd order. Villa's Influence with him Is so strong that officials bclievo he will be able to do the same again If given the chance. The biggest gain through Vllla-Zapata occupancy of the Mexican capital, officials horn point out, will bo tho nlmost Imme diate lottornllon of communication wltn El Past). and the United Slates. It will Immediately mnko good, when such com munication Is restored, tho notes of tho State of Chihuahua, which, under Obro gon, have been worthless currency, ns they wero backed by Villa. WARNING TO AMERICANS. Announcement that Americans had been warned to lcao Mexico City was stated today to bo a continuance of the regular policy of the Administration. Ever since the Huorta days the Administration has Concluded on 1'nge Tnt PRIEST KILLED BY GUNMEN, IS BELIEF Net of Circumstantial Evidence Grows Around Wilmington Desperadoes. WILMINGTON, Del., March lO.-Petar Krakus, alias Melba, and Bernard Mont vld, alius Charles Morris or Moras, the former of whom slow Patrolman Finncls X. TIcrney and wounded a number of others, are nnarehlsts and wero Impli cated lu the murder of the Rev. Joseph Zebroslcy and Eva Glllman, his house, keeper, In New Britain, Conn., on Febru ary 22, Is the belief of the police here. This belief Is substantiated, the police say, by circumstantial evidence obtained by the New Britain and Wilmington authorities. Detective Sergeant Samuel Hanfortli and Detective M. R, Malonowski, of the State's Attorney's ufllce lu Connecticut, arrived here toduy und had a conference with Chief of rollce Black and the local detectives. The New Brltan priest was shot with an automatic revolver In whloh the same kind of cartridges were used which Krakus used here. The priest was bound With cords after he was shot and the housekeeper was strangled with coids. The men arrested here were also equip ped with cords. In addition to the kill ing of the priest and housekeeper, others In New Britain had been threatened In typewritten lettera. Morris watt equipped with a typewriter whloh produces similar copy. In going over Krakus.' belongings, the police and detectives found a note-book containing a number of notes, one of which was. the uddreee of the Rev. Jo seph Zebrasky. the niurdered priest The letter written to a prleet In New BrlUio. threatening him with death unless he left $10,000 at a oerteln place, was com pared with pa pei In Montvld's pouealon und wart the same tn size, quality and water-mark, and the typewrit!)) wa Ceacjadtd ,00. Vugs Two SUBMARINE AT CRAMPS G-4 Will UndcrRo Repairs nt Yards of Builders. Tho submarine G-4, of tho United Statps Navy, nrrlved nt Cramp's Ship ynrd this afternoon, whero a new elec tric storage battery will bo Installed. According to naval officers, the work on thn ship, which is similar to tho sub marines used 'by tho European powers, will requlro nbout three weeks, and fol lowing the Installation of tho new bat tery the G-4 will take a southern cruise, with Pcnsacoln, Kin, ns Its 'probable destination. Tho O-t, convoyed by the Government tug Sonoma, left tho New York Navy Ynrd yesterday morning nt 7 o'clock nnd nt 3 o'clock nrrlved nt thn local ship building plant, where she was built two years ngo. When she ir Iw.i rt ' nmp's tho great est secrecy pinvallcd throughout the, yard concerning tho submnrlno. At night a close watch will bo kept on th 'ih. marine to prevent any one 'n i I .'til ing Iicr Tho work of Instnlllug the now storage battery will begin Immediately. Tho storage battery N used ns the tnotlvo power of tho vessel while traveling be neath tho surface. BRITISH DESTROYER SINKS SUBMARINE U-20, Powerful German Raider, Rammed by Ariel, Admiralty I -fiuiuiim:u. LONDON. Mnrch 10. A German submnrlne wns rammed and sunk today by the British torpedoboat de stroyer Ariel. The crew of tho submarine surrendered. Ofllclal announcement of the sinking of tho submarine wns Issued by the Of ficinl Pices bureau this afternoon. Its stntcment was as follows: "Tho Admiralty announces that n Ger man submarine was .rammed today by tho Ariel. Tho submarlno sank. Its crew surrendered." Tho submarine was tho U-20, it is an nounced. This was a vessel of tho eamo type ns tho famous U-10 and U-2I. Sho was of K0 tons displacement nnd had four torpedo tubes, with nn auxiliary armament of one 14-poundor and two one pounder high angle guns. Her cruising radius was 2000 miles. Tho U-20 was com pleted slnco tho beginning of tho war. This l the second German submarlno sent to the bottom by a British destroyer within a week. Tho U-8 was sunk In tho English Channel on March 4. After n brief lull, tho activities of Ger man submarines against British merchant shipping hno been renewed with great vigor. Three British ships have been sunk In the last SO hours nnd another was chased, but mannsed to escape owing to superior speed and seamanship. The sink ing of the three vessels at widely distant points shows that the British Isles are practically encircled by hostile under water boats. Tho Tnnglstan, whose destruction cost the lives of 37 men, was sunk off Scar borough In tho North Sea; the Blackwood was attacked and sunk In the English Channel off Hastings; tho Princess Vic toria was torpedoed and destroyed oft Liverpool lu the Irish Sen. Tho Clan Lino steamship Clan MacRue was chased through tho liiih Sen off the mouth of tho Mersey River, but avoided destruction by tacking on a zig-zag course nnd nuttlnc on full tm h, ', n "cu;spapers print bitter attacks ?h..n1 ''r (i?r,nans fr the sinking of these latest ships. The radical section of ho prera sturdily advocates treating cap tured German seamen as pirates. .-..H....1. ...int.-, 01 me urltlBh steam ship Overdnle. cabled the Admiralty to day t.int his vessel sank a German sub marine on New Year's Day n the Irish Sea. The Overdale Is now In American wnters. having arrived at Norfolk on February 23. He Intends to claim the roward for a submarine sunk by a mer chant vessel. COAL (!AS RUINS EVES OF NEGRO BUTLER IN FIRE Outburst of Flames in Furnace Fatal to Man's Sight. Wlliam Hill, a butler In the employ of Mrs. M. M. Murney, of 1927 Spruce street, was blinded when coal gas burst Into llame and enveloped his head and face us he opened a furnace door in the base ment this morning. He was hurried to the Polyclinic Hospital, where the doc tors said his eyesight was destroyed. The 'lames from the gas communicated to n pile of lumber In the baseemut nnd a local alarm was turned In. Hill's cries had attracted other domestics, nnd he wns carried to the street before the ar rival of Engine Company No. 11. The flro was extinguished with slight damage. Hill, who M a Negro, Is 20 years old. He had been working- for Mrs. Murney. who Is a fashionable corsettiere. His home Is at 728 South Bancroft street, "DRYS" MAKE NET GAIN OF 19 MINNESOTA TOWNS Twenty-three Formerly "Wet" Vote to Hajjish, Liquor, ST. PAUL, Minn., March 10.-Wlth re ports In from half the municipalities of Minnesota that voted yobtiiOay on tut, "wet" nnd "dry" Issue. Indications are that no-license forces had made marked gains among the smaller towns. Of 60 towns that reported. 23 formerly "wet" bad voted dry; four hitherto "dry" had gone over to the license column, and In the remaining places there was no change. "DIVINE SARAH" JOCULAR Mme. Bernhardt Sends Cheerful Mes sage to Frjends. PARIS. March lO-'flfej humor displayed by Mme. SarahHffdt, both before her leg was amputasuid since, has served to comfort her thousand of friends- The following message from her was received here today: I am seeding; this telegram from the oloon where 1 have been walk lug tor, the last hour." I EITEL FRBEDRICH SLIPS INTO NEWPORT NEWS MAY INTERN IN U.S. German Armed, Liner Seeking Haven for Coal ing and Repairs, Re ported to Have 326 Pris oners on Board. Mysterious Raider, After Weeks of Silence, Reap pears Chased to Virginia Capes by British Cruiser, Is Rumor. NEWPORT NEWS, V11., March 10. After dropping for months from the war news nnd being repeatedly reported sunk, tho Germnn converted cruiser Eltel Fried rich slipped quietly Into Hampton Itogds today. Her arrival was unheralded, not oven tho German Consul, It was said, having been advised thnt sho "was In local wnters. Further than that she was short of fuel and provisions, that sho need re pairs and that she had 'on board 3M prls- f oners, so much secrecy wns observed llttlo could be learned concerning lior. The prisoners wero members of tho crews of vessels sunk by tho cruiser. After complying with tho quarantine regulations nt Old Point Comfort, tho war vessel steamed up to this port nnd dropped anchor oft tho local local ship, building plant. Tho lcvcnue cutter Onondaga 1t.11 alongside and tho captain conferred with tho Eltel's commander Later Customs Collector Hamilton went on board and gathered material for n, report to Washington. Thero was an unconfirmed rumor current that tho cruiser wns chased to tho Virginia Capes by n British cruiser. Tho Eltel is lltted with threo eight Inch nnd 10 live-Inch guns. Is of 9000 tons displacement and carries 350 Bea men nnd olllcors. Sho was built In 190-t for tho Nortli German Llyod Line. She left Tslng-Tau seven mouths ngo, was said to have been with Admiral von Spee oft tho Falkland Islands and lias been heard from at various times since, engaged In tho destruction of British nnd French shipping. Just how sho managed Concluded on I'agn Two MRS. ANGLE PICTURED AS BALLOU'S LOVER Business Associate of Mur dered Man Tells of Relations With Accused Woman. BRIDGEPORT, Conn.. March 10. - For the first time Mrn. Helen M. Angle, on trial here for manslaughter In connection with tho death of Waldo R. Ballou nt Stamford, was pictured today as tho sweetheart of the aged man whoso body was found on tho sidewalk In front of her npnrtment. E. P. Durnsey, manager of the Spring Water Company at Stamford, of iVhlch Ballon was it director, took the stand and relnted how he hnd often seen Mrs. Angle and Ballou together on the street and In cafes. He told, too, of how he had talked with Mrs. AnglM about her marrying; Ballou. "One time I asked her," he said, "why sho didn't put the old gentleman out of his misery and marry him. " 'There Is no reason why I should marry him,' she answered." Durnaoy wns grilled by Mrs. Angle's at torney on this assertion, but ho stated he was 'positive thnt ho quoted her cor rectly. Ballou occupied a room In Durnnoy's house. Durnsey swore that op the night Ballou met his denth 2Irs. Angle called " Hdlou up. He siiid he lecognlzed Mrs. Angle's 'olce, ., ' because sho had called po frequently Ho stated he did not hear the conver sation. Mrs. Angle called him on the telephone after Bhe had been released on bail fol lowing Ballou'w death, Durnsey swore. He asserted she asked him If ho thought sho had killed Ballon. ' 'I don't know,' I told her. 'I don't like tho way you dragged him Into the street to die liko a dog.' " Other witnesses wero Introduced to piove that Ballon had bought a quart of wlno on the night he was last alive. Mrs. Atigln maintained the remarkable complacency and steadiness that hai. characterized her through the trial so far, and exhibited a keen Interest In the efforts at the State to prove that she made clumsy attempts to wash sway the crlmtion stains leading to her apart inent. Testimony taken late yesterday, re garded us extremely damaging to the defense, had not shaken her. She ex hibited nervousness, however, when De tective Thomas Foley and City Engineer Parsons testified there were damp stains about th" crimson footprints. Foley added there were also damp stains around the push buttons which control the hall lights. The Kenaingtonlan Says: Rule Reynolds has gone in the soap business and we expect As will ciot tij things soon. LOST ANU POUND LOST. Tucilj. l; o'clock. In Lit BralUi.' dlnlns eooi.. pockethook conlaUiUwr but asd mail cbanga. alo Mllroad ticket 10 tftHRMt Square n.warj if rttunte4 to Mr.,. iautpe cliandUr. 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