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testified that Judge Owens issued in
structions forbidding Mrs. Brocking
toa access to the court, and Miss
Carolyn Grimsby said Judge Uhler
had instructed that she should not be
permitted in the court of domestic
The petition to have Mrs. Brock
ingtbn adjudged insane was signed
after Mrs. Leonore Z. Meder had her
arrested on a charge of alleged blackmail.
ZEPPELIN DROPS EXPLOSIVES
ON ENGLISH TOWNS
London. Advices from Felixstowe
and other points over which German
Zeppelin passed last night show that
no attempt apparently was made to
do any damage to fortified positions.
German aircraft passed in from sea
at Felixstowe at midnight and pro
ceeded to Ipswich where 2 explosive
and 5 incendiary bombs were dropped
on Brookshall road, a'residence sec
tion. 5 houses were destroyed by
One bomb, fell in bedroom occu
pied by Harry Goodwin , his wife and
their daughter, 12 years old. Girl's
bed was set on fire but father rescued
her. Scores of people fled to streets'
in nightclothing. Throb of powerful
engines of aircraft could be distinctly
Zeppelin then proceeded to Whit
ton, where several bombs likewise
were dropped. Soon after one o'clock
it was sighted over Bury Stedmunds
where 12 bombs were dropped. 2
were incendiary and set fire to a
tsable and buildings in the vieinity of
Suffolk Hotel. St. Andrews Hall and
other buildings nearby were destroy
ed. Some of the bombs fell in the
residential section. One man rushed
out into road and extinguished fuse
of a bomb with a pail of water. The
Zeppelin finally disappeared in the di
rection of the sea.
Athens. Reports here indicate
that the occupation of the sea side
of the Gallipoli peninsula by the allies
is practically complete. The British
forces on the European side have de
feated with heavy losses every at
tempt by the Turks to turn them back
on their ships.
The heaviest fighting has taken
place in the territory between Cape
Suvla and the southern extrimity of
On Asiatic side French troops are
progressing along lines planned, co
operating with British. French have
captured more than 5,000 Turkish
Constantinople. British claims of
success on Gallipoli peninsula are
without foundation, according to the
official statements issued by the war
office. Hurkish forces have repelled
the enemy at every point.
In first fighting after landing, Kum
Kalem fortress did not fire a single
shot. Turkish troops charged the
enemy and routed them. 40 of the
enemy's battleships have bombarded
Seddel Bahr without result.
Vancouver, B. C. Two prominent
Germans arrested charged with high
treason for .celebrating slaughter of
Canadian troops in fighting around
Warrant out for arerst of Baron
Rochus von Luttwuitz, said to be rel
ative of the German kaiser.
Stockholm. King Gustav, operat
ed on in 1914 for stomach trouble,
has recurrence of malady. Condition
Washington. 65 vessels of Atlan
tic fleet will pass in review before
Pres Wilson in New York harbor;
higbee, M.o Mrs. N. R. Mitchell,
Chicago, and 35 others injured when
K atypassenger train was derailed.
New York. Mrs. Billy Sunday is
expected to attend temperance lee
ture delivered by Sec'y of State Wm.
J. Bryan tonight.
New York. Four 11-year-old boys'
who looted church first took solemn
oath on pulpit bible never to "snitch,"
they told the police. One of them did,