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' I I . . I I aW -i.. A A .. .aaW - V I .'5. WEATHER FORECAST: Fair; Continued Cold. (Full Report on Pago Two.) NUMBEK 8720. DARDANELLES ALLIES STRIKE BRITISH SEIZE ANOTHER U. S. SHIP; OWNERS SEND PROTEST Genesee Taken Into St. Lucia by Cruiser as Prize, Ques tion of Good Faith of Regis try Change Being Raised. Controversy May Followjhough Decision in Case by Prize Court Is Predicted Owned by Trans-Atlantic Company. Because a British cruiser has seized the American steamship Genesee and carried her into St. Lucia, British West Indies, as a prize, a strong protest has been wired the State Department by President R. G. Wagner, of the American Tran's-'Atlaritic Com pany, which owns the vessel. The seizure of the Genesee fol lows closely the recent seizure of the Hocking, which is owned by the same company. The Hocking was taken into Halifax by a prize crew from a British cruiser and is held there in custody. Official information confirming the seizure of the Genesee came to the State Department today in a brief dispatch from Consul Liv ingstone. He wired from Barba does saying the vessel was en route from Norfolk to Monte video and was seized and taken into Port Castries. MAY CAUSE DISPUTE. The action of tho Hrltlsh in seizing th Genesee, following on tho seizure, of the Hocking may load to a ahnrp con tiovcrsy with Great Britain. 'Ihe Issue Involved It tho good faith of American ownership and American icgistry. Secretary Lansing In not yet piepared to announce the c our. si' which this Gov iiiiniont will take, Protest to Lngland may follow. On the other hand, tho (aces mav simply bo to prize court and tho lssuo of ownership bo fought out there. In well.lniormed quartern today it Mas atated that the tHflue an to owner ship would probatdy bo fought out In prize com t. Nevertheless, the seizure of these vea eels In certain to be another factor In the ciltlcliin of Knglnnd which will bo voiced b many memhcis of House anil finale when Congress meets. Mr Vv'ngnci, according to dispatches lrom New York, la bitterly Indignant oxer the seizures He denounce them us open dellance of tho I'nlted Stutes. Formerly Greek Ship. Tho Genesee, like tho Hocking, wns In neutral trade, and wan chartered by a Cincinnati concern to take coal from Norfolk to Montevideo I'ormerly, tho Cienoaeii wiih Greek, thin wan Bold to tho Finland flti nmahlp Company, of Copenhagen Thn, ihe a sold, last June, to the AmerUan trana-Atlantlu nmpnny. Sho was put under American registry. In the Hocking caao, the nrltlsh al lege tho vessel was formerly In part German" owned It la assumed tho name contention will be made im to the Oene aeo Ilecauae of thu Hrltlsh contention that ahc wan not In good faith trans ferred to American ownership the Gene see was on the Iirltish black Hat. Reports Show Zelandia Searched Inside 3-Mile Limit; U. S. Will Act Iteporta establishing that the Ameri can ateamer Zelandia waa searched h n nrltlah warship's crew within tho thieo-mlle zone at Progicsso, Mexico, were ieceied hv The Mate Department I delay They will be the basis for rop I mentations to Knglanil Amor'cm Consul ! rimii the com nwmdei of the Anicr'can battleship Kintuckv and the Mexlcn piit pit. Ihn Itles nil declared thet the .clanilli lit sevenl measurements was on'v two and two-thirds miles from shore nhen boardtd, - i - - - I..-..-.--. . , . . . . ,M "'"'" ' " 'Vice Squad' Chief Hurt in Gun Duel flK&fiHFffV'"sLH LIEUT. "JOHinNY" CATTS. IN TO PRESIDENT AS EXPERT ON GOLF Delegates of National Associa tion to Ask Him What Kind of Grass Is Best. What la the best kind of grass for a golf course That Is the nuestlon which H to he put up to President Wilson That also Is the question which tho President will put up to the Depart ment of Agriculture, If he Kites fator able consideration to the pleas of a committee of tho national Oolf Associa tion which will appear before him next week. Today Dr. Walter S Harban, chair man of tho "greens" committee of the Columbia Country Club and a'ao a mem ber of the special committee of tho national association, called on Secretary Tumulty to arrango for the hearing Dr. HarLun was Introduced by "liddlc" Wft'ah. secretary of the Washington babiball club As tho President was en-ga-td on hi message. Mr. Tumult could not Interrupt him to see when ho could receUo the committee. M-. 'lum ultt thinks It will be possible to ur lanse tho appointment next week. That tho President will respond to the desire of thu national ussoclntlon goes without saying. In the II rat place he's a golfer. In the second place ho Iihh frequently had occasion to blame poor games on tho turf on which he plas ho blameworthy Is tho grass, indeed, and so uuceitain does It make the outcome of his gam-, that ho Ims Invented the following definition qt golf. "An uncertain attempt tu put an elus ive ball Into an obseuie holi. with Im plements Ill-adapted to the purpose." If the Department of Agriculture un find a new kind of grass or tho best kind of grass to uso on golf courses, the chanies arc tho President will ap plaud tho achievement. In the special commltteo appointed by the National Association are Prank 1. Woodward, of Denver, president, How ard V. Whltncj, seeietur), and Dr. Har ban. who Is a member of the executive boat el of the association. Former Envoy From Costa Rica Found Dead in Bed at Nine teenth Street Home. Jittquin Pernaido Calvo fnimer minister from Costs, nicn, died suddenly eaily tndaj He was found In his bed nt his icsldencn. r2 sv n eenth street northwest when -lembera of his fam llv went t" w k-n him a 1(1 3n o'clock His death Is ascribed to h" rt failure i-enor Culvo, who v ns fifty-two ears old hid leen nlll b foi some lime Ho was sufferlnir 'rmi a cold ind slight rheumatic attacks. When he was found dead today Dr M Selhnusen sunimnni d Cn ... r Vevltl who gi' e n ccrtlflento of death dun to heart failure British Reach Monastir, Says Bucharest Dispatch OT'NKVN Nov K Press dispatches from Hueharest snv that Drilled forces have arrived at the Serbian cltv of Monastir, and are being re-tnforcsd. 0 he iuamunimm Wmt& V ASIIIXCJTON, MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 22, 1U13.' ' ' DO TO COSTi CATTSHISARM nnnmDQ QAVi "Vice Squad" Chief Badly1 Wounded in Pistol Duel As sailant Expected to Die WOMAN MAY ALSO SUCCUMB Police Officer -Saved Only by! Timely Arrivals of Comrades' Who Beat Negro. j Two victims of n pistol lul lat i night In the oia tendeiloln section of Washington prohnblt will die end n third, Police I.leut John f. Cfttts, of the "vice squad," may have his Wt arm amputated, according to phvsl clans at Kmergency Hospital, where all thr'e He todftv ' Those near death are Faulev Carter and Mary Johnson, both colored Car ter shot the woman and upon the ar-j rival of Lieutenant Catta poured th-. remaining shots of his revolver Into I him, then clubbed him over the heed with tho butt end of the firearm. IJcutenant Catts. with one arm shut tered by a bullet, was handicapped n thn struggle with the colored man whi enraged, showed the strength of a giant, and the doIIco officer's life iirub-j ablv was snved onlv by the arrival of I Policeman Welsh, of the First precinct Negro liadly Heater.. ' Welsh lumped Into the frav ami belt! Carter Into Insensibility. Two or Catts I bullets had hit his assailant, and the walls of tho stable showed the effects of ' the fusl'lade, i When Welsh arrived the two men i were grappling op the floor, and Welsh, afraid to shoot for fear of hitting Cutis best Cnrter until lie loosened his Iwld on the Injured police c rflc-r J When tho police officer hud expend ed his ammunition ho anil Carter clinched, uml, as they fell to tho ground Cartel was uppermost With the butt of his revolver he cluhheel Cults, but, with his uninjured hand Cutis manage ilto cutch hold of the wenpon and roll until Cartor was un- able to uso It. At thla Juncture- Welsh . arrived llefore Welsh had beat Caiter to un consciousness. Lieutenant Cutts was on tho point of Inscnslbllltv I'htsi i lans say 111 it oven If Cults arm uoes not have In bit itnipututi-d It will be stlffined foi the lest of tho pullco olficer s life, With two bullets In his bodv Carter i still Uvea H C .Mntthews, mnnager of a stable at 1210 Ohio avenue, In which the shooting took place, suffers luduv from iiiinni Injuiles He beiume In olved because the colored woman lied . to the stable for protection aftei e ui tut hud shot her. I Minister Driven Horm. j The trouble which culminated In the shooting of Lieutenant Cults, stnrted when Mho' Johnson, who keeps a lunch room at 205 Twelfth street, drovo up before her home about T.W lust night She was accompanied by the Ilev W. A. C. Hughes, colored. District superin tendent of tho Methodist Kplscopnl Church. He declared todav that he hud been holding u service vestcrdnv In Good Hopo, Montgomerv countv, Mil and having missed .vjunectlons which would bring him to a -ur line, consented to drive the Johnson womun, whom he had never seen befbre, to the elty nt the request of her fnthor, John W. Lan caster, of (lurnt Mills. Lancaster nuked the minister to drive his duughter to town becnuse her horse 'hud a tough mouth, and whs afraid of the street cars," said Dr Hughes r the lllllllstei SluPPed the horse In front of Mary lohtison's home, he says i man came out of tho door nnd de manded of tho woman why she had fnken the horVe out without his con sent linmedlatelv thereafter he or dered Dr Hughes to "Get down from there" The minister savs ho ohejed As he reached the sidewalk, he de eiire Cnrtci pulled a levoher fin his overcoat pocket nnd fired nt lilm, and he ran Woman Flees Screaminc. Witnesses declaro Carter then fired the remaining shots from his revolver nt the woman, who lied screaming across tho street toward tho offices of Dr rnmcla Thomas' stable. When Cnrter first Vmptled his gun. Catts was coming down tho steps of tho I'lrst precinct station, where It has been his practice to call eteiv night at 7 o'clock As tne shots sounded, somebody called "A woman Is being killeil " Cutts started to run lull before he had covered the two blocks which Intervened, tho events In Carter's running fight had been moving lanldlv Hie woman, who, the pollre believe, was oven then bndlv wounded, had run screaming to the door of the stable offices Carter, his gun mpiv hud Intimidated two civilians who tried to block him and was In eloaj pursuit. OFFENSE RENEWED; UNDER KITCHENER nquiry Into War Traffic And Navy League J. P. Morgan Named Specifically for Witness- by Tavenncr in l Statement. REPLY TO COL THOMPSON Statement Directly Follows C h a I le n g e Government Manufacture Is Advocated. Conmes.nian Civile lavenner nf Illinois tudat announced Hint he would demand a ' niiRresslnnul Investigation of 'Huff i kits In wur sii pllrs nam Ing uuioiig tin- witnesses to bi exam lnel J p .Milium and ntheis ut the Nut) league The Cemgressinun's proposed action Is tin direct result of u rhullengc lis j o him it Col Holier! M Tlionipam the president who dimundeil In a slate ment thut ruvennei iiiaKe kc''i churt.es J P Vlorgun nnd others of the loagii' Tuveiiner ileclaiiil, will be- rcqu'red t teellft under oi th hr-iore a e'onns slermi Int. -Hi: il 11-. committee, nccorl Ing to n 1 1 solution he will Introduce to show I iei lute nit in ma uifui tur'n, war materials ' Would I'.xaniine Morgan. 'As Ihe Nav) League Is unfrlendlt to (Internment manufacture of war imraphernnlla," said Tavenner, "I sh-ll Introiliire. a resolution to InvestlgiM the league, spcclflcullt requiring J. P, Mm kali mil certain other dlicicior. pusiy-nnd present, to testlfv under outh whether the own stock In.war tiafliiMng eouecjli ikhltili halt iIihwii down fat commits frgm pre vious army or nnvy iippioprintlons." Colouel Thoinpsoii dei lared "The ofiliers and dlrei tors of the Navy League are crow Ing e cedlngit tired of lieariiik. the charge thai iheli or gnnlzullou is subsidised b) an allege 1 munition ring We are ver) anxious to get some responsible person to make this ehiirge In deilnlte form so that we mas lake the case Into com I and disprove it once and for alt The i barge Is an e xi eedlnglj stilt one. I believe the leak in- should null thu II once unit for nil h u court decision as soon as possible Tavenner and Thompson ngreed upon one point that there ure mun disin terested and patriotic members of the league Titentier Insisted that his charges iippl) onl) to e erluin pott erful Hnd wealthv directors Interested in tho league's orgunlzullon I)oen't Attack All Members. "The men whom I deslrn to testify are not the men ut the front but ut the buck of the league, ' Tavenner explain ed "NHtlonallntlon eif manufacture of war paruphe rnallu offers u program on which all save those Interested In private concerns mat unite 1'ndcr the pie sent st stem the Gove rnment Is ut the meii of n few e oncerns having a mou npolv of manufacturing wur material?, who appear to have n gentlemen's agreement to divide Government con Imcts, and between whom there Is no competition wnrthv nf the mniii " In his letter, replvlng to remarks mads hv TuveiineT in a recent speech at Cooper I nliin. New 1 ork, Colonel '1 hcimpsnn snld ills charges were "couch- tContlnued on Plfth Puge ) AT TIE OF RECESS Police Would Co-operate With School Authorities on Ex periment Here. A "co-operative experiment" between the police and officials of the public i schools for the establishment nf "slieet j pluvgrnunds" during leeess hours will j be begun. In Washington In a short time. I Major Pullman announced today thut a I test-of the plan will bo made In order to safeguard tne scnooi e lilldren of the cltv against truffle accidents The major explained that many schools In Washington clthei have In adequate plu) grounds or no play-c-iound space nnd that the streets in front of theso schools are a constnnt menace to the lives of the children, who rush Into them to p!a at recess Other (Itles, New York among them hate solved this problem bv closing the street Immediately In front of such chools It Is the Intention of the police, In co-operation with tho school ('Mela's to do that here The block i 'rv niintelv In (nnt of several schools will be roped off, and a pollcem-i- , p i ed ut illher end, together with signs iiiiiiuiiiiciiiM mit-ui ciuseel Ulll Ing school recess " British Submarines Join Baltic Fleet COPr.N-llAGn.W Nov :2. Knglaml has added a big new fleet of submarines to Its IS-noat inrces In the Haltle. A llrltlsh ciulsir and a torpedo bout Mo tills innviived the undersea einft on their tofuge from the Ilncllsh coast This explains recent stories of naval ac tivity In toe Cattecat fa. Mr . v ' JW - ' Hwcf ' ' '' CI.YDK H. U. Tells Court Administration 0. K.'d Purchase of Boston and Maine by New Haven. NKW 'lOnK. Nov -2-CherIesS Mel len, former president of the New Haven, todav testified In Ihe trial of Indicted ellrectors that the purchase of ,1110 lloston and Maine by the New Ha , ven railroad was made with full con sent of Colonel Hoosevelt, then Presi dent, and Secretin nf the Interior ! Franklin I Lane, then an Interstate Commerce comnilss'oner Thev agreed with him, lellen said. that It was better, from u military standpoint, to have the lloston and Maine owned bt on American corpon tlon that to have It fall Into the hinds of a Canadian company Bat President Itoosetelt, Mellon said, wnined him that If the New Haven nf tlclils vlolited the law, they did so at their own ilsk Mellen slid he went to Washington In 1107, before the lloston and Mulue nierger wns completed President noose, ell sent lilm to Interstate! Commeiee Commissioner Italic, Melh u told Iino there was a possibility of the lloston unci Mulne being acquired bv a Canadian railway Lano ukreed with him lint If Ihe loud weie sold It would bo better foi It to bo ncni led by un Ameilcan e'cnporutlon, be. uusc of Iw inlllturv Importance nnd sent lilm baek to Presluent Hoosevelt with his up provnl "Mr. Mellen. I m no lawver," Colon-I Hoosevelt said, .licoidlng to Mellen "If jou do un thing wrong ou inn lake vour own risk, mid ou needn t eomo buck to me If ou j,et Into trouble. Hut personall) I'd ua buy thu lloston and Mulne." The Government a attornejs sought to draw from Mellen the udmlsslon that he hud caused rumors to be started th it the (,unudl in Interests were about to iKUUlre the lloston und Maluei for the purpose of gelling upproval from the l oosevll Vdmlnlstratlon Mellen denied he had sent hii igent to Canada for that purpose He admitted, however, that no hud given letters of recommendation to F W Kendrlck, who visited Cnnuda Fire Rages in Military' Hospital in Paris PMtIS, Nov 22 i'Tre In n mllitaiv hospital todav nearlv cost the lives of nlnetv wounded soldiers All were re nioted, but onlj ill the grcateit risk and difficult' The hospltil was In nn annex to the Jlonmaiche. the cltj'a blggeat depart ment aloie Ihe lire Is still raging The extent of the damage li not yet known. MELLEN SAY APPROVED MERGER Is r(jllPn 1$ TAVKNWT.R. DIES HERE AT 11 Widow of Rear Admiral Suc cumbs at Home of Son, Frederick H. Bugher. Mr- Mirv Mclean Ludlow, aged seventv-twci, widow of Hear Artm'rnl Nlcoll Ludlow, died at the home of her son Frederick Hamilton Hugher, of W" K street northwest at "J o'clock, last evening nfter a prolonged Illness of paraljsls '.he Is survived bv a brother .Tobr II Mcl.em a sister wife nf Ad mlril George r Dcttet -end i son b a previous marriage Mr Hugher The funeral, which vvlP he private and contlned to members of ihe linn cell ite fumllv. will be held fioir tlie home of her son. 10 o'doek. We lned ly morning The "ervlces will be coniliu ted In the Hev Dr Robert Wood, or Tuxedo Pik N Y, and Interment will be In th' Mc Lein fanillt vntilt In Hock i reek eeme terv ) Mrs Ludlow vvts horn in Cliiclnnill, 1 Oh'o. In 1S4I, the daughter of Wushln ; ton McLeuu. fnimdi r 01 the Cmlnimll Liniulrei After receiving in extinsi.ei femiru.on abroid. l.ie m irrled Mr. Undid and In 1 ''" niJirlcil Admlial Ludlow - She was a lewlcnt of the Capital for I the last thlrtv veais, occipvlng it dif fer! nt peilods h Miles on C.innei t i ut uve nue and Lif.iveltc surnre She also post-issed a hundswnie m ills on ni u K dali. U 1 hhe was a popu'ar. brllllint. and ic--onipllshed socletv vtomun, and during her les'dence In till" cltv was an iiillu enliil niembei nf the sinert n t ulie entiitalned lavishly, nnd her homo was a popular meeting place for llguies of national and International Importance ladyIpaget would nurse bulgarians Sofia Dispatch to Berlin Says She Was Prompted By Serbs' Treatment of Prisoners. HHHLIN (via Huvvllle wlrelesa), Nov. 22 Lady Paget, tho Lngllsh woman who, ns a Serbian Red Cross nurse, re fused to leave her patients In I skuh when It became evident that the Hul gurs must take the town, has applied for admission to the Bulgarian Heel Cioss, n Rollu llsputih suvs tod-it Liidv Puget Is quoted as elerlnilng In the letter eontulnlng her reipiest that she has been a witness to wholesale looting nnd III treatment of Hulgurlnn wm prisoners hi the Herbs, and Is said to huvi written o London expressing regret that tho English should have aucb an ally. m MARY LUDLOW HOME EDITION PEICB ONE CENT. CALLED REPLY OF Rotterdam Believes Visit of War Minister Responsible and In dicates Campaign Will -Not Be Abandoned. Activity on Western Front Be tween Meuse and Moselle in Champagne and Near L'une ville Is Reported. ROTTERDAM, Nov. 22. A. tremendous offensUc has been begun by the allies at the Darda nelles, said a Constantinople dis patch to the Cologne Gazette today. r , The Dardanelles offensive is regarded here ns Lord Kitchener's answer to suggestions in England that the Gallipoli campaign be abandoned. Following Sir Ian Hamilton's recall from command of the expe ditionary forces, General Monro, who succeeded him, is understood to have recommended that the troops engaged in the Dardanelles land campaign be withdrawn, con sidering them engaged in a hope less task. The London cabinet war council decided, however, not to take so important a step without further advice, and Kitchener visited the peninsula in person a few days ago to look over the situation. Activity Reported on West Front in Berlin War Office Statement HLHLIN (via Sivvltle wireless) Nov ." Gre-it nitivltv bt the French uitillirt ii the western will zone was repotted In todav s war office state m m I c tvvien the Meuse and Moselle, In ChnmpuMie and rust of Lunevllh' On thi e ihi 1 1 out "a feeble Ruislan ad vance" against the I'luxt cemetjry waa repulsed noithwest of Uvlnabung. Mr.nd-to-Hand Fight For Goritz Centers on Famous Bridgehead ZURICH. Switzerland. Nov. 22 -Fight-lni. ui the poini oi ihe huvonct und even with knlvea, the Itnllins and Alls trlani mc e nbaged lltcrall) 111 u hand-to-hand struggle for the Doberdo plateau. 1 usllludes of grenades begin the Ital ian ehaiRi'n, but beloie tlieae attiigklea aie over the nun are utmost Inv iilubl gi pped body to limit, stall' I ih and slashing for tln-ir llve-s 1 hivi epoits of ferocious tlefhtn g conn fioni Swli-1 coriespondents tnds The stiiiRpiti lentils about the Goritz bridgehead In their deteimlnitlon lo take the town the Italian" me llteiallj deluging the Aiiutruni' 1 uuk of the river with artillery (lrc. Allies Press Demands On Greece by Enforcing Commercial' Blockade PAHIS, Nov "-The outcome of the stiuggle between the entente and Germanic powers to control Greece's HalUnn pollcv is ns elnuhlliil as etci todav lusl hnw fat the n II 1 s have gone oi will go wllli 111 f Greek 'com mercial and eciiniinile lib ekadi" has mil h'n mail" puhllc nffl I Hj fn official nev s that Tilled worships ars soetchlni'' ill eel. n uh lit le i In tha Mi dlterrane en is in uaovnoeted del velnpment II Is taken i s n eanlij that a literal blockade has bej INEW DRIVE ON KITCHENER estaDiianea.