y»!r tonight and Sunday. Warmer
Expected That the
Under Sea Boat Will
Be Raised Late Today
It is planned to pass heavy chains about the hull
then hoisting operations will begin.
The alert is anchored in 160 feet of water, 5,000
feet from the resting place of the submarine. It is
planned to draw the hull the alert's anchorage,
where divers may operate and then raise the vessel.
Soundings and divers descriptions of the ocean bot
tom over which the vessel must be drawn, informed
the rescuers of a sudden rise in the ocean floor near
ly fifty feet high. This ridge forms the lip of a sub
marine crater in which the F-4 is believed to lie at a
depth of 320 feet.
Washington, March 27. Naval authorities
agreed it would be little short of miraculous if any
the F-4's crew would survive the fearful ordeal.
Germans and French
Berlin, March 27.—The German general staff saya:
"French aviators yesterday threw bombs on Bapauma and
fttrasaburg without doing military damage.. In Bapaume eleven
Frenchmen were killed and twenty-two aeverely wounded.
A French aviator was compelled to come to the ground at
paint northwest of Arras. We dropped a few bombs on Calais."
Paris, March 27.—Both Calaia, and Dunkirk were visited by
4§rman monoplanes this morning, but neither town was damaged.
Six bombs were thrown en Dunkirk and one on Calais.
Turkish Grand Vizier
Issues Orders for the
Protection of Christians
Lost Submarine Is^ocated
Fighting Chance forVhe
ponoluhi, Match 27.—The raising of the F-4 was hsid
Up temporarily while the cables attached to the submerged
craft were tested.
Honolulu, March 27.—The lost Ammcan sub
marine F-4, which has been located outside the har
bor entrance, should be raised late this afternoon, if
all goes well, according to a statement of captain of
the yard Duffy. Duffy says he believes there is a
fighting chance to save the iives of the men imprison
ed on the ocean floor. The dredger California, dis
patched from Pearl harbor naval station, reached
the scene at midnight and is at work with the alert,
the mother ship of the submarine Flotilla.
Interchange of Bombs
Pari*, March 27.—-It was officially stated today "a German a via
tor droppad aavaral bomb* on the town of Willar, northeast of
Three littlo children were killed."
March 27.—-The grand vizier of Turkey
Instructions to his subordinatee that all the inhabitants of the
mob-ridden ssction of Persia, includinq thousands of christians in
the vicinity of Urumiah, must be protected, according to advices
from the state department to the Presbyterian board of foreign mis
Reports from Urumiah yesterday announced the large village
of Gulpashan had been destroyed, the men shot, the women out
raged, and refugees taken from the missions and hanged. A mas
sacre impends, according to this message, which was delayed in
transmission for severaf days.
Oklahoma City, Okla., March 27.
—Two banks at Stroud, Okla.,
were robbed early today of JS.OOO1.
One robber was shot and captured.
Eleven men were in the band of
robbers, which Is now surrounded
by a posse of 300 in a gully two
miles east of Stroud. A battle Is
When they entered Stroud the
men were unmasked and walked
directly to the bank. As they came
out shots were exchanged with cit
izens. A 16-year-old boy was shot
and wounded. One robber, for
whom, it is said, the state had of
fered $1,000 reward, was wounded.
The other robbers rode from the
town under fire, pursued by a
Election Fraud Cass.
Indianapolis, March 27.—The gov
ernment rested its case in the Terre
Haute Election fraud trial shortly af
ter 10 o'clock. The defense was ready
with a number of witnesses and be
it# side ot the case,
Bismarck, N. D., March 27.—The
Jim Jam Jeme case went to the
jury in the federal district court
here this afternoon. United States
District Attorney Hildreth com
pleted his summing up of the evi
dence and Judge Booth gave th#
charge to the jury shortly before
2 o'clock. It is rumored that a.
disagreement seems inevitable.
FIGHT DAY AFTER
Havana* March 2?.—The fight be
tween Jack Johnson and Jess Willard
which has been scheduled for April
for the heavyweight championship has
been postponed until April 5.
The postponement was due to a re
quest of President Menocal of Cub$.
H© said great objection has arisen to
the fight occurring on Easter Sunday
and requested the event be postponed
until the day following. A meeting of
the principals and promoters was im
mediately held and the request acced
SISAL CROP OS
(I. S. VESSELS
... "Washington, March 27.—The move
ment of the sisal crop from Yucatan
on United States naval vessels has be
gun. Rear Admiral Caperton, com
mander of the cruiser squadron at
Vera Cruu, notified the navy depart
ment today that the collier Jupiter
sailed from Progresso Thursday for
New Orleans with a sisa.1 cargo.
Caperton's report said fighting con
tinued between Carranza and Villa
forces 'at Ebno, outside Tampico. Some
oil tanks in that victnlty hay* been
Philadelphia. March 27.—The new
Argentine battleship Moreno, which
sailed from here yesterday for Hamp
ton Roads, collided last night with &
barge off Newcastle, Del. thirty miles
down the Delaware river from this
city. The barge sunk and the Moreno
went ashore where she remained fast
until 7:30 a. in. when she floated. The
Moreno proceeded down the Delaware
bay apparently uninjured.
The battleship passed out to sea
shortly after 12 noon.
LOVE LEADS TO
Devils Lake, N. D., March 27.—Mike
Ulick was brought to Devils Lake this
eventing to answer for a murderous
asffiult with a gun on Mrs. Bernard
Westvls, living near Hamar, N. D.
Attention to a daughter is supposed to
be at the bottom of the affair.
HUE FARGO FOJiUM
AND DAILY REPUBLICAN
FORUM ESTABLISHED NOY. 17, 1891. FAitGO, NORTH DAKOTA, SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 27, 1915. REPUBLICAN ESTABLISHED SEPT. 5,187a
1 March 27.
States Attorney Brown at San Juan,
Porto Rico, reported he had libeled
German steamer Odenwnld
It will be of interest to all North
lakotana to know that the state is
being splendidly represented ait the
San Francisco exposition at a frac
tion of the cost that other states arc
securing even less representation.
That is, for the money North Da
kota is away ahead of most of the
states that have buildings at the ex
position. The state has the added
advantage otlr a number of the states
With only circumstantial evidence to
work on, the state today continued to
weave its network in the Benson child
murder case which was transferred to
Towner county because the district in
which the defendants live was preju
diced against them. Developments
Friday afternoon show very conclus
ively that the entire case of the state
will rest on medical testimony, which
will be introduced next week, In an
effort to show that the off-sprlng of
Betsy Jones, while unmarried, was
alive when east Into the vault of an
outhouse. The testimony of Deputy
Sheriff Kiblinger was to the effect that
the body of the infant female babe
was covered with a quantity of ashes.
In a brief, but very concise state
ment, State's Attorney Thos. Burke of
Benson county set forth the facts
W I I S A A
ship is now In the custody of the
United States marshal. This Is the
'Irst step In the proceedings to have
he Odenwald confiscated for alleged
violation of American neutrality by
attempting to leave San Juan without
proper clearance papers.
Three German Vessels
Reported Sunk iii Baltic
Stockholm, March 27.—The losa In the Baltic of three German
steamers the Bavaria, the Germania, and the Koenigsborg, all laden
with iron ore, is announced In a local newspaper. The Bavaria went
down March 15 with her entire crew. The cause was not revealed.
No details of the destruction of the others is given.
N. D. Getting. Most
For Its Money at
at San Francisco
og the witness stand that the offspring of Mrs. Betsy Jones
for the mXirder of which she and her husband. Elmer Jones and her
\J*iother, Mrs. Hans Sogge, are jointly on trial, lived several hours
after birth, that it was normal in every way and that death was
caused by exposure producing a condition of pneumonia.
Under direct examination by the slate and under a grilling cross
examination. Dr. Warren recited the details of a postmortem ex
aaninatlon conducted at Minnewaukan Dec, 20, 1914, proving an ex
tsrllent witness for the prosecution. Every detail of the probe to
Solve the gruesome tragedy was recited by the medical expert.
His testimony was substantiated in many important respects
by Adolph Ronglle and Harry Hunter who were members of the
FREED Of CHARGE
Chicago, March 27.—The Indictment
charging Julius Rosenwald, philan
thropist, with evading certain taxes
due Qook county, was quashed today.
The judge held the indictment was
under the law of 1872 and that this
law had been repealed by a law ef
fective in 1898.
also in th« fact that her building
houses a magnificent exhibit of
grain, grasses, coal, pottery, twine,
and other things that are made or
raised in the state. In marked con
trast to Kansas, Iowa, Indiana, Illi
nois. anrl other grain states who have
no exhibits of their resources in their
buildings, North Dakota has one of
Net Tightening About
^Alleged Baby Muroerers
€ontinued on Page Four.
Ctado,. N*~8&March 27.—-The state played it* tramp card In tho
fcaby murder case, this morning when Dr. J. W. Warren, of Leeds,
of Benson county, made the unqualified and positive state-
With little show of emotion, apparently not realizing the serious
Mess of the situation, the three defendants sit in the courtroom
Ifhlch has been Jammed to capacity, listening to a network of evi
jence which is growing stronger with- cv,ery witness. The defense
'lip to this time has been unable to discredit the testimony of tha
which the prosecution will endeavor to
prove. Among these was the state
ment that Elmer Jones, the girl who
afterwards became his wife, and Mrs,
Hans Sogge left the Sogge farm three
days before the birth of the illegiti
mate child, going to the Solli farm,
where "a relative lived, in order that
Hans Sogge, father of the unmarried
girl-mother, would know nothing of
the terrible facts which the state will
endeavor to prove.
The jury in the case: Willis Buck
lln, Crocus Ader Eller, Rock Lake
W. D. Bell, Perth Thos. Anderson,
Blsbee C. A. Martin, *ando W. B.
Ishler. Rock Lake James Atkinson.
Hansboro J. K. Alstad, Egelund Carl
Fredlund. Egelund W. E. Rimmell,
Rock Lake J. E. Crowell, Cando
Amos Smelzer, Cando.
Italy Fully Prepared For
W ar on Side of Allies
THIS ISSUE 16 PAGES
Last Russian Driven
From East Prussia is
Announcement of Berlin
Decisive action by Italy is regarded in Rome as
imminent. A brief dispatch from Rome says the
Italian government has taken every measure to be
gin war on the side of the allies. It is also said in
Rome that there is observable a tendency on the part
of Bulgaria to adopt a policy favorable to the allies
and that the government hopes to act in conjunction
with Italy and Roumania. The attitude of Bulgaria
has been doubtful on account of her hostility toward
the other Balkan nations with the exception of
Turkey, which grew out of the second Balkan war.
Prince George of Greece is leaving Italy for
Athens to support the policy of his brother, King
Constantine, for the continued neutrality of his na
tion, in opposition to the faction which favors inter
vention on the side of the allies.
Dispatches reached Paris from Athens saying
the Turkish forts Dardanus and Kilid Basr, on the
Dardanelles have been destroyed and that batteries
which attacked mine sweepers have been silenced by
two battiships of the allies.
TERRIFIC COST OF DRIVING OUT GERMANS.
London, by msil to New York.—The British public ia not d#*
ceived by the lack of definite reports regarding the British lossoa
In the Neuve Chappelle fight in France. The offioial announce
ment that the British had taken 1800 prisoners and tha official
estimste that the Germane must have loat 18,000 men in the ter
rific bombardment, prepared the public for heavy losses on the
Britiah aide. Rumor ran that the total loss, to gain about a mile
of territory was in the neighborhood of 13,000 men.
Since it takes so many men to win a mile of French soil from
the Germans, the British pubiio is perfectly aware what tha
coat will be before the invaders ara driven from France and Bel*
ITALIANS ARE ALL READY.
As*ft*r.'fvla Paris), March 27.—Every measure possible has been
'taken by the Italian government preparatory to beginning hostHltioa
*y Italy on the sida of the allies.
E N W I N E I S
London, Msreh 27.—The German war office annauneaa a Russia*
attempt to attack Tilsit, east Prussia, as in the recent dash across
the border to Memel, has been defeated. The Hartmans Weiierkop
heights in the Vosges, for the possession of which the Germans have
Wen fighting for •ovfral weak*, havo boon won by the Fronot* Parta
LAST RUSSIAN FROM EAST PRUSSIA.
Berlin, March 27.—The expulsion of the last Russisn from East
Prussisn territory waa accomplished Friday when an offeneive
movement of the Russisns against ths provinoe of North Tilsit
Otme to sn end.
The invaders were thrown back aoroes ths border after a brief,
but hard fight, the Germans advanced to a point in front of Pol
angen. The Russians are at Krottingen and Jakubow. Steps have
been taken to cuard the inhabitants of this district against fur
ther invasions of this kin l.
Cavairy played a rjreat part in driving the Rusaiana out o#
East Pru«sia. A heavy fog made the uee of artillery and infantry
vary diffiGuJ* Although the damege dona by tfe invaders in tliio
district was contUerablo it was not as great as feared or t»*.
SPAIN TO KEEP NEUTRAL.
Madrid, March 27.—The Marquis De'Lema, foreign minister
has come out in the open with a severe criticism of the Spanish
press which is conducting a campaign against Portugal.
After a cabinet meeting yesterday Premier Dato denied there
Waa to be a call of 30,000 men to the colore aa the reeuit of die
cord with any nation whatever. 'Spain," the premier said, "will
eontinue to guard the most abaolute neutrality.
Rumored Eitcl Was Ready
for Her Dash Out to Sea
Now Port Nows, March 27.—With armed guards ait her piotv
and abroad her, ready to challenge anyone approaching without a
pass, the German auxiliary cruiser Prinz Eitel Friederich, was still
tied up at the local shipyard this forenoon, despite last night's
persistent reports that Commander Thierichene had been ordered
to leave by midnight or be interned for the war.
The_ garrisons of Fortress Monroe and Fort Wool kept vigil.
Searchlights played over Hampton roads and Chesapeake Bay un
til day broke. However, three destroyer» which appeared on old
peint last night were not in sight today and none was found who
would say he eaw three foreign warships reported to have van*
tured within Virginia waters late yesterday.
from Newport News have reached
Washington that the
All these stories were
Frirdrich, the German sea raider
docked there for repairs after her,
commerce destroying cruise, was pre
paring: to depart. One report, said
cruiser actually had left her dock at
the ship yard and was putting out
sea to escape or bid defiance to Brit*
ish and French warships patrolling
beyond the Virginia capes.
groundless, however, as the Priaa
•Eitel was at her dock today
pair work was said still to be In pro
gress. The immigrant passengers
aboard the ship were removed yester
day and this fact, together with J|
growing belief ^hat the time limit a|
lowed the ship for remaining
la drawing near, probably gave rise
Government officials refuse to dia
ouss in any way the time given the
Eitel to repair or Interne, as to mai^e
public such information would vio
The vessel has now been seventeen
days at Newport News. She should
have quit the port within twenty-four
hours of her arrival if in seaworthy
condition, but shfe has been allowed
to remain to make repairs and dock
Much mystery has surrounded tho
repairing of the ship, which has been
done by the members of her crew, but
It was generally understood that the
special naval board which examined
the ship believed that an allowance of
two weeks time would be reason&blo
Jor tha work«v
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