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LARGEST SWORN CIRCULATION IN NORTHERN INDIANA.
1 FTERNOOH THE WEATHER Indi ir. i. Tonight rr.i-i an ! ( '.' r Pi north por tic:;: i I and l- r !n southern porti pro 4 L 1 y frr -t ; W.d:i -day j art oh : :; -! v :i rid t n : i n . I "1. I.rvr Ma hiir.in. Ham today: Wedm y partly i I'linlv; o M t i r i - 3 ! .-!. irr ij ITT ft. t3 Edition AVERAGE DAILY NEWS-TIMES CIRCULATION FOR SEPTEMBER WAS 16,532. READ TOE 'WANTS' VOL. XXXI., NO. 293. SOUTH BEND, INDIANA, TUESDAY, .OCTOBER 13, 1914. PRICE TVO CENTS A 1 3 U ..rfi 4 Wk I8)ira I 1 j J pr Bean Town Crew Is Given Great Ovation As It Trots Onto Field Before Fourth Game of Great Series Opens At Fenway Park SCORE BY PHILADELPHIA 0 BOSTON 0 BOSTON, Mass., (Fenway Park) Oct. 13. The Boston Nationals made a clean sweep of the world series by defeat ing the Philadelphia Americans this afternoon in the fourth aiid deciding game for the title. Although the Athletics start ed by hitting Rudolph heavily the Braves knocked Shawkey out of the box in the sixth, he being replaced by Pennock. This is the first time in the history of baseball that a world title has been won in four straight games. ."..VMM in staiuK Thirty-five thousand nun and wom r ii. refimees from homes wrecked by baseball frenzy, shivered beneath heavy coats and furs here this after noon while tlic Rravcs and Athletics battled in their fourth game for the v, orld's championship. The sun shone feebly and failed to temper the raw. cold wind that swept arrows the field, numbing hands and feet, and forcing even the players to move briskly to keep from becoming hilled. A defeat for the Athletics today meant the end of the series, meant t h i i- inglorious defeat. A victory ns-Mij-ed them another chane a small liatn e. yet a. chance. And that's all the Athletics grayed for today. The ticket sale of the cheaper seats began at o'clock as usual but there were great dark gaps in the white faces in the bitr outheld stands n.s late as 1 o'clock, because of the cold weather. Athletics Are Late. The Athletics were later than usual in appearing on the battle field. The cynical were inclined to attribute this tardiness to a natural disinclination toward mountinir the steps of tho gal lons any earlier than necessary. But uch was not the case. They began a 'risk batting practice and simul taneously the band commenced a .spirited exhibition of rouuh ami ready dodging which somewhat interfered with the manufacture of music, but vastly entertained those assembled. The fans pave the Braves a royal welcome when they assembled on the field at 1-:1.. Howdy, the slugging hero of the series, drew a great ova tion, when In practice he smashed tho ball into the bleachers, duplicating his home run swat made in the tenth inn ing of yesterday's game. I'lKsT INMNC. PI I IBARKId'HlA Murphy w ent out, Kvers to Schmidt. (Udring foul ed out to dowdy. Collins singled to -enter; it was a hard smash. Baker went out to Whitted. No runs, one hit, no errors'. BOSTON' Moran went out. Raker to 'Mclnnis. Kvers went nut, Baker to Mclnnis. Connolly went out on a fly to oldrimr. No runs, no pits, no errors. si:i :oi ixxinc;. IM I IBA1M llAll II A Mclnnis went out. Peal t" Schmidt; it was a great play hv EKah Walsh doubled to the bleacher?. Harry went out. Maran- villc to rhmuU. hang" fanned out. Xo runs, or.e hit. TVo errors. I?OSTOX Whittetl -went out on a fly to Oldrinr. Schmidt went out. shawkey t .Mclr.nis. Gowdy was izivcn a prcat oati.':i when ho stepped up to the plate. ihnvdy walked. Mar anvi'le forced Gowdy at second. Barry to Collin. No runs, tio hits, r.o t rrors. TIIIlil IWIMi. BUlLAPKI.l'IilA Slmwkey fanned -::t. Mv.rp'ny went out. Deal to Schmidt. Oldrins singled to c.-nter. oidrinr w as caught ;-ti aline, (b)wily to Maranville. No runs, one hit. ia errors. BOSTON" l al went out on a f.y to thirlmr. liudlph wnt oi:t, Barry to Melnms. ran went o:;t, Barry to Mdnnis. No runs, no hits, no err--rs. roi'KTII INMNti. PI 1 IIVfl'LlM I i A C'idllns w ent out, I3ers to SVhmidt. Baker sinelel iut a lino drive to Schmidt, which was teio hot 1or Schmidt to handle; the ball hit Schmidt in the face and the eame was halted: Schmidt recovered and tlie paine wer.t n. Mclnnis singled r. b ft, endine Baker to thir l. Mc inuis went out triucr to ftret-.-h it iato a dr.aijle. Connolly to Deal to lN-rs. Wal.-h fanned out. No rutis. two hits, r.o frr-'iv. HOSTON. Bmpire Byr-m stopped the CAine anal irdTei tile Boston tdayirs on the bench to -top cheering :-r" thdr plav rs and ste.p jeerine the Athbdies. B'rs walked. Connolly v.rnt out. Collins to Mclnnis. Kvers :.Ml ti e 1 1 s comi. u riiiud sin-ieu. fivers joIUir to tturd. It loarxe.l like an error but the edbcial scorer calied it a Int. Schmidt went out. Harry to MelnnH. fiers scorit.c. 'hitt-d went st eop.d. c.dlius turned his ankle a the play but staved in the same. ;oilv went out. ShaWkey to Mclnnis. ne run. "i;e hit. no error. I Ml Til INMNti. I'lllLADKLI'lilA Barry iiiglej to INNINGS. 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01 00 1 2000 3 7 6 0 0 BOX SCORE lioMton A 15. It. IT. l(. A. K. lorau i 1 l o o o Kvers, L'h :: l (j o Connolly, ir 2 0 O O 1 0 AVJiittti, c r o 2 1 0 o Schmidt, Jb I n I VZ o ovdy, c 'J i O S 2 0 3!anmill', ss ... o t 1 :; o Deal, ZU o o 1 1 o ICmlolph, p 2 1 1 u ( 0 .Manii, If 2 o ti 1 o ) I'otaN 2s v 27 n o 'rhiLidelphiii AI5. 11. II. P). A. J. 3furpliy, rf I o o o o o Oldrin, If 1 0 1 0 0 llin, 2b I o j 1 o Baker, I O 1 1 ( .Mclnnis. 11 I n l :, o Wal-.h, cf 2 O 1 1 O o 1 tarry, ks :: i i o r, p s han-, c o o ;; o o Shawkey, p 2 u 1 o :j o lViumck, I o O i, o O Totals 31 l 7 21 10 0 Philadelphia MMMH0NH 1 7 Uoston tMXHObMK 3 C 0 ..Stolen baes, Whittil, 1. Twc-haso hits. Walsh. I; Shawkey, 1: Moran, 1. Strike outs, Ilmlolpli, 7; Petmock, :5. liases on halls, Jtudolph. 1: Sluiwkey, 2; lVniHH k, 2. las.Ned hall.?, Sihang, 1 Went in for Shawkey in ;th in- niii2. THk Coimollj's place In (ith In-' "in;r. loft; it was too slow for Maranville to et across. Schanir went out, Kvers to Schmidt and Barry took second. Shawkey doubled to center. Barry scorinjr. Murphy went out, Evers to Schmidt. Shawkey taking third. Old rimr fanned out. One run. two hits, no errors. BOSTON Maranvllle went out, Harry to Mclnnis. Deal went out. Baker to Mclnnis. Rudolph singled to center; it was the lirst bull pitched. Moran doubled to center, Rudolph stopped at third. Kvers singled to center, scoring Kudolph and Moran. Kvers causht napping. Shawkey to Mclnnis. Two runs, three hit?, no errors. SIXTH IN NINO. PHILADELPHIA Collins wont out. Maranville to Schmidt. linker went out on a foul to Deal. Mclnnis went out. Maranville to Schmidt. Xo runs, no hits no errors. BOSTON Pennock replaced Shaw key for Philadelphia. Maranville was cheered for a full minute on his preat stop. Mann batted for Connolly; ho went out on a tly to Walsh. Whitted singled past Baker. Schmidt singled to left, sending Whitted to third; it was too hot for Collins to bundle. Gowdy fanned out. Schmidt went out, trying to steal second, Schanir to Collins to Mclnnis. No runs, two hits, no errors. si:vi:xth lXMXG. rnir.ADKIPUtA Mann went into left Held in place of Connolly. Walsh walked. Barry fanned out. Walsh went out. Gowdy to 1-1 vers, when he attempted to steal second on the third strike, cschanp fanned out. No runs, no hits, no errors. BOSTON Maranville went out. Col lins to Mclnnis. Deal went out, Baker to Mclnnis. Kudolph walked. Moran popped out to Baker. No runs, no hits, no errors. i:iGimi inning. PHILADELPHIA Pennock went o;:t. Kvers to Schmidt. Murphy went out on a t!y to Mann. It was a. won derful running catch. Oldrin went out on a tly to Kers. No runs, no hits, no errors. BOSTON Kvers fanned out. Mann went out. Collins to Mclnnis. Whitted walked, stole se end and went to third on a passed ball. Schmidt fanned out. No runs, ie hits, no errors. NINTH IX NINfi. PHILADELPHIA Collins fanned out. Baker went out. Kvers to S hmidt. Mclnnis went out. Deal to Schmidt. No run.-, no hits, no eriora. BElGIAMd Gdflfif NT TO lilt, FRANCE j Some Mem' rs of King Albert's Cabinet Are Already in Tem porary French Quarters, Fleeing From Germans. KAISER'S MEN MOVING TO TRAP BELGIAN ARMY Teuton Forces Are Converging Toward Ostend Where Wreck of King Albert's Army Has Taken Refuge From Enemy. BORDEAUX, France, Oct. l:;. Oni-1 cial announcement was made today that tho Belgian government would be transferred from Ostend, which is menaced by the Germans, to Havre, Prance. Some, members of tho Cabinet of Kinpr Albert have already arrive! at Havre, where; temporary quarters h'cve been provided Dy the French gov ernment for their use. It is under stood that King Albert will remain with his army. (This announcement indicates that tho allies have little hope of being able to keep Ostend out of the Ger mans' hands.) The announcement of the flight of the Belgian government to Ilavro after bein? successively driven from Brussels and Antwerp, is explained thus: "The Belgian government desires full liberty of action and for that rea son it was decided that it should come to France." ;i:ilLXS ATTliMIT TO TJIAP BKIAJIANS' AISMY. LONDON, Oct. 13. That the Oer mans are rapidly shifting their forces in an attempt to trap the Belgian army and the British forces that as sisted in the defense of Antwerp is in dicated by a dispatch received from three different sources today. Two showed that German troops were mov ing rapidly westward from Antwerp and the third reported strong German detachments moving northwest, all apparently converging on Ostend, whilo tho Antwerp garrison fled. Tho Daily Vews correspondent at Itotterd.im telegraphed that Ghent has been occupied by the Germans. There is an unconlirmcd report from Amsterdam that German artil lery ii bombarding Bruges. (Prunes is only 14 miles southeast of Ostend.) Approaching Ostend. A Times correspondent in the north of France reports strong German col umns of all arms passing through Bailleul, In the French department of tho Xord, in the direction of Ypres, which is 20 miles south of Ostend. Around Ypres the Germans have con centrated in heavy numbers. German cavalry patrols have been seen in many places within 20' miles' of Dun kirk, on the straits of Dover, 4 0 miles northwest of Lille. These detach ments doubtless form part of the screen thrown out to test the strength of the allies and mask their move ments. It is believed by the allies them selves that the Germans will be ablo to take Osttnd If they can gel their her.vy siege guns in range of the city Is indicated by a dispatch to the Times which says that by the end of tho w eek 10 J, 000 refugees from lielgium will have been landed In Knglund. Will Transport Ti Mips. If the Germans surround Ostend on the land side and lay siese to the city, it is believed that tho troops defend ing tho ports will be placed on board transports when it comes time to es cape and will likely be taken to an Bngllsh port. The wreck of the Bel gian army, under King Albert,, is now in Ostend, according to unoiliciai re ports from across the channel. The Standard's Ostend correspond ent says that German spies are being arrested in Ostend every day. One German oltlcer, wearing the Belgian uniform, was arrested and mobbed in the Hue Iviuchappelle. Another dis guised as a peasant, was arrested whilo taking notes. Beef is scarce in Ostend. The flesh of German horses has been substituted for beef. thousands iriii:r, to iiolijAM) for sArurv. TUB IIAOUi:, Oct. At least J2.O00 TUlgian and British soldiers and marines have crossed the Dutch frontier to escape from their Herman pursuers according to reports re ceived by the Dutch government from various points on the. bonier; this number may be increased to ,"0,000 when alt the reports are in. All these soldiers hae b en in terned, the British being sent buck to tJroningn. The Dutch are confronted by a diilieult task in carina for thee. men, as well as for the great ma.M-s of civilian refugees who have Hod from northern Pelcium. but the gov ernment will make any sacrifice neces sary to uphold its neutrality and fol low the dictates of humanity. GABY. William Wirt, superintend ent of schools, left for New York where he will spend a week assisting with the installation of the Cary school sstem in the schools of the treat American metrouolia. THE WAR TODAY BERLIN, Via Amsterdam, Oct. 13. That the German armies are masters ot all of Russian Poland west of the Vistula river is the declaration made in an oilicial statement issued at the war ofiice shortly after midnight. The statement admits that the Germans lost a" little ground in Russian territory near the East Prussian fron tier, but declares that is of no consequence as they had never planned to occupy the government of Suwalkt VIENNA, Via Berlin and Amsterdam, Oct. 13. The Austrian general stall announces that the Russian retreat in Galicia and Rus sian Poland continues with the Austro-German forces in pursuit. The report of the general staff, signed by Gen. Hoefer, follows: 'The Russian retreat in Galicia, and north of the Vistula continues. The Russians are being continually pursued by the Austrians and Germans and are suffering severe loss. "In many towns the Russian military administration has been re placed by an Austrian civil government." BORDEAUX, Oct. 13. The French admiralty announced today thai the naval guns taken to Mr. Lovtchen late 'in September have been successfully mounted and had opened a heavy tire upon the Austrian port of Cattaro, on the Adriatic. OSTEND, Oct. 13. As a result of the imminence of military operations about this city and raids by German airships the Belgian government will go to France. Three German aviators flew over the city late Monday afternoon and two of them each dropped a bomb. Neither of them exploded but the raids caused a panic and is driving the people to England. BERLIN, Via Amsterdam, Oct. 13. The Prussian armv corps alone have lost 123,017 officers and men killed, wounded and miss ing since the war broke out, according to detailed lists made public here. These detailed lists do not include the losses suffered by the Bavarian, Wurtemburg and Saxon regiments, which are dealt with in the general lists. TOKIO, Oct. 13. Sanguinary lighting has been in progress at Tsing Tau for AS hours between Anglo-Japanese force attacking the fortress and the Germans defending it, the war office announces. An armistice of two hours was declared todav for the burial of the dead. GElfliS LOSE WHOLE DIVISION TO CZAR'S MEN Russians Announce Victory Over Invaders Near San domierz, Poland Scarcity of Clothing Raising Problem. iiv Francis Lvrn,i.i: murray. PETUOGUAI), Oct. l;!.- Defeat of the Austro-German army advancing: on Samlomierz, a town of Russian Poland on tho Vistula, about 90 miles northeast of Cracow is announced in a stu.tem.ent issued by the government news bureau today. It declares that the Germans lost an entire division. While the statement does not Rive the exact location of the battle, It is be lieved to have occurred south of tho Vistula in Galicia. (This apparently conlirms the state ment issued at Vienna that the Aus trian army had taken the offensive east of Cracow.) "The Kussian advance column," saya the statement, ''delivered another de feat to the Austro-German army ad vancing on Sandomierz. The Russian cavalry took the offensive before the Germans had taken advantageous po sitions. Cossacks swept down upon the ranks ot the enemy and captured some guns. Jxi!' Wlmlo Division. "When the Germans retreated they had lost an entire division with its equipment. (A German division numbers 20,000 men. ) "In Poland the Germans are being drawn in a position where their heavy cavalry artillery and some complete divisions of foot artillery are placed in Huch positions that they have to accept battle where they tind their ad versaries not only better lighters and better shots, but also commanded by more etfieient otlicers. "The scope of the present campaign has fully justified the Russian strategy in that in the province of Kielce and along the banks of the Warta the Germans will have to suffer such slaughter that the Russians can ad vance in full force on the banks of tho Odor before the opening of the winter J rr GtTiiuiH Miort Of Clothes It is stated at the war otllce that fr-. tho t.,nt shnTv th.it tin I' I II I 1 A. I Will . A I V a ' - v - - w Germans are short or clothing and that their commanders have ordered that the dead be buried only in their shirts, the uniforms and boots being kept to supply new forces. tJerman prisoners slate that Gen. Gorst. commander of the UJth Ger man brigade, has been killed in battle. The correspondent of the Xove Vreyma with the army of Gen. Ren nenkampf. reports that in lighting at Jtaczki, on the Suwalki-Kasl Prussian frontier, the Russians captured several batteries, including some big guns. COLUMBLV?. Gov. Ralston in a speech here asserted that James F. Cox, who was defeated by Homer L. Cook for the nomination for secretary of state, was his choiee fur the oiliee. G 1 1 1 : KNCA.STRR. C 1 a u d e Hixoru 21, and Jesse IJowen, 20. were killed hy' a Vandalia train when their auto was struck throwing them a irrcat dis lani e BRITISH SOLDIERS li SOOTH flFRICI RISE II Governor General Reports Mu tiny Among Boers and Mar tial Law is Proclaimed Officers Protest Invasion. LONDON, Oct. 1". The Government press bureau stated this afternoon that part of the' forces of tho union of South Africa had rebelled. This in formation came in a dispatch from tho governor general of South Africa. The revolting1 troops are those under Col. Maritz and they have been sta tioned in the northwest of the prov inces closo to South Africa. It is un derstood that the mutineers are mostly Boers. As a result of the revolt of tho troops serving unier the English ilajr, martial law has been proclaimed throughout the union of ?outh Africa. Gen. C. G. L. Beyers resigned as commander of the defence forces of the union of Eolith Africa on Sept. 1 G as a protest against the Invasion of German southwest Africa by British forces. It is pertinent to note that in his letter of resignation Gen. Beyers brought in the name cf Col. JMaiitz to corroborate them. Denies German Violation. On this point he said: "The allegation made in parliament namely that the Germans have al ready violated our .frontier, un founded; Fee the ottlcial report of tho information of the bureau corrobo rated by L.ieuL Col. Maritz and his otii cers who were on and near the fron tier of German southwest Africa. "Apparently the government longed j for some transgression by tne Ger mans of German southwest Africa but have been disappointel in this, for so far not a single German has crossed tho frontier. AUTO SKIDS, SIX HURT Machine Overturns' on lYisli (.'ravel of Repaired Itad. ' ALEXANDRIA, Im Oct. 1-- persons were injured, three probably I fatally, when an auto skidded in tne - fresh gravel on a repiired road near hero and struck a telephone pole. The car was ditched. Harvey Anderson,, the driver, was taught under the en gine and crushed. Frank Rassett was thrown feet and suffered a frac tured skull. Mrs. Oscar Anderson was hurt Internally. Oscar Anderson and two children were seriously hurt, but will recover. TO INSURE PASTOR'S LIFE Chicago Congregation Irovide Pro tection for J lector's Ivamily. CHICAGO. Oct. 13 The life Pan-. Herbert W. Prince, rector of the Kplscopal church of the Rphin anv. will be insured for $5,000 by the congregation. The Rev. Mr. Prince will assign the insurance to his wife and daughter. Other congregation-- Man Isj follow the example. 10 CRUSHED TO DEIiffl HIDES TOSS OF EARTH 1JHE6 HI LILLE IS CAPTURED French Admit Loss of City Which Was Garrisoned by Territorials Claim Gains on Other Parts of Battle Line. PARIS, Oct. in. Lillrt has been captured by tho Germans. This is the. outstanding feature of an olhcial statement issued here this afternoon some time after tho u.ual hour. Tho lighting has centered about lalle for nearly two weeks. The admission by the French that it lias been lost in dicates that the Germans are gaining in their counter-Hanking movement against the allies' left wing and that the kaiser's troops will now sweep quickly to the coast. The capture of Iallo was effected by a German army corps, says the oilicial statement. A German corps numbers 40,000 men. It Is stated that the French force in the city consisted of only a detachment of territorials. Allies Claim Advance, To offset the loss of lJlle the French claim that they have gained ground between Arras and Albert, ton th west of Lille, and also at the center of tin battle front in the region of Berry-Au-Bac. The complete otbcial statements follows: "On our b-ft vvintr our forces have retaken the offensive in the regions of llazebrouck and Rethune, against some forces of the enemy composed for tho greater part of cavalry coming from the front along the line of Ral leul. Kstires and Labassee. "The city of Lille was garrisoned by a detachment of territorials. (iains Were Appreciable. "humming up. yesterday was mark ed by an appreciable progress by our forces at divers points. "On the held of battle in Galicia the defeated Austrian corps are attempt ing to rally four kilometers to the west of Przemysl." Germans Get Aid. The fierceness of the lighting on the right wing of tho German grand army indicates that it has already been strengthened with troops re leased by the fall of Antwerp. A considerable number of troops, how ever, are understood to have rein forced the German army which moved against Ghent and Ostend. The lighting Is getting nearer and nearer to the Rmzllsh channel as the German cavalry is pushed forward in advance of iU(- infantr and Held artillery. It is undoubtedly one ob ject of German strategy to establish a line from the channel coast south ward thus cutting off the French, British and Belgian troops In Bel gium from th' main force of the al lies In France. Unofficial dispatches from th front say that the lighting in th north has been carrie. 1 on with unprecedented violence. Many towns have been taken, lost and retaken time after time. "West and north of Kill- the cavalry engagement goes on. That the Germans have not y t ce;i.setl their efforts to pierce the lies left Haul: in the vicinity of Itoye and Tvisitny is shown bv tbe o?V: cial Information giv en out. bv t : French war ofiice. Kf-gard Verdun a- Ke. Although scant attention has 1 een paid to It in the dispatches furious lighting is coiri'4 on along the Yer-dun-Toul line, vhcre the invaders are struggling to make a breach.. "Tnn- milit'irv rvT-i-.rtj rofifi! Vf rrt'in as the key to the situation. If th-' Germans an able to reduce the ring of forts at Verdun and those stretch ing southward alone th" Meuse val ley they will he able to push west ward and concentrate against the al lied (enter, perhaps cutting it oiT from the allies' right. German operations in northwest Belgium are bein prosecuted with vi-or. Ghent is reported to have fal- b-n into th hands of tb.e German. leaving only Rr-jyes and Tx .cse.-sion T th' aJlies. Ther now have la . lighting. The battle still further extended, in Belgium i considered O.-tend in day cf has been :he l'.ghting a jxirt of the eieral engagement the battb front is now approximately 2."0 miles long, stretching out in th form of the sides of a mighty trl-incrle. On" side the southern) teIn at a point near Toul. east of the Meus ani stretches in a westTlv dlrectloii. (CONTINCED OX p.G IZ Ti'N" ) LIND AT BATTLE CREEK RATTRi: CRRRK. Od. in. John Rinl. who was Pres't Wilson's special envoy to Mexico ;n the days of Huerta, Is In a sanitarium here. It was an nounced that he Is- not seriously sick, but is under the care of physicians v.vilf resting. o BT GERMAN ARMY CORPS OF 40,000 SEWER CAVES Four Men Escape From Ditch When Soft Clay Pushes Out Steel Sheeting and Lets Down Avalanche of Gravel. RECOVER BODIES AFTER MANY HOURS' Wf RK Rescuers Dig Entire Morning . Before Removing Terrific Load of Gravel and Mud Which Filled Ditch. Nicola I'.txlii (o ..; N. S. I '. :-r Giovanni .u ihllme. l :. 7 Kian!. lin st.. were burkd under hMinlreii of 'tons of earth and havy timbers Tuesday morning when feet of the r.own.au creek sewer co!'ap-eo! where the sewer crosses the foot of Bow man st. Both bodies were reeoere, between il and 12 o'clock after the.' had laid tinder 1.1 feet of debris sunn 5:1o o'clock in the morning. Joseph Maimes of X. St. i'eter st., suffered a narrow- escape from death as he was also in the sewer and m the path of the rushing giae! and timbers. The :sa!anhe passed him barely scraping bis body. lie w.i thought to hive (.on hilled, 1,-t found later at his home. Seven other workmen i c n r ow ing at tbe bottom of the ditch w h"i the aceident oeeiirnd. Iomenico Tosaono of X. St. Peter st.. and Man vro Aimola, L'1'7 Y. Bnioii av.. wor at the bottom of tho ditch uhen the cave-in r-ame. Both stated that it wa impossible to k t at the doomed mei before it was tori late. No others of the seven were hurt. Tile bodies Wele reoeied b'Mwecn 11 and 1- o'clock and removed to tie Kreij-'hbaum morgue where they be held until they are claimed by rel atives and friends. .Neither of the no-n had lived permanently n: the if . having come here to ,niiv upon tb- sewer. A lare number of tbe t- paries employe.! ui the onM t net i r i ef the Sewer roomed j; on X. St. I'eter st. Pres't J:. M. Morri-- . inule no t he i .. ; d , f works, slated that an in cizatioM would be held to determine :' there i personal responsibility 1 dent. Men in charge of however. hold th; the unavoidable and not !;: of faulty construction, mod in methods wer b r t!m m the W rei-b r.t to any t a - 1 I e f" ! I Ti l til. '1 W lli' . . ' ' i (. i , i ' i i . T. .1. Swant. s "or one i indues; over tip- be held WedP.exiaV (t'lloc!; at which tin: r. eted with th work hesses of t!a ir.jiie,,- moTied to testify. bodies a ft err.o. all in :i and all a T '1 1 s . ; r. re ' This v. t tio- t v :" helpless jmll aS the t ;- of J) I , I . - p.'1-.ivt 1 caved in on th m. ni!.'-r r v.a re heaid by tie- re. rioa-rs of w " . men a'noai, but th y 'erv muila d the i oar caused by the racking timbejs and the eam of the e.c n- ;t ru.-d.ed bottom of tie feet iedo.V. Then lor 1:1 tho :ne fit Ml! t; a .t luol e tl six b i ! : r boa r. lat;ves id the mea waited on the embankment, felb,-, a n .-i' - a I 4 '.vjrk( d in t li- 4 p . n a.d. s. Th" 1 out at a . re.-e,;,. the "- 4 i o tak r-n i 1 1 fte more tl 1 1 1 0 n h . i heeji taken fr4.m on top Not a minute's v, ati.ir: given t u- no n in the , .m-eoming tragedy. T"a- woriving in the bottom others were workin.; ia v.'hieh e- aie -,va- ;-o--;1.,;. A lar'4' steam sh"el .. in I'en.o". in i)i- muddy forms of th44 Tii-n r-tin- wat--r an '.1 -ni. ". b. able. 'Ywtt I 'mi !! Cla-o-' u Mil".. vo Wf r Life tin.: tie- fi i und i u t . !i liad go-.o fro.-i tlie before, thev w re n.nd. T!a v -act-; 1 . f : i r me to the Kr-! .;. m U'-. Precl Jdil z a b-4 p s of the shov.id show a dl 'io. n .ha' t! - ' . e 4 ft. r P i gri-. park 1 c ive-in occurred, at the b t torn d" little better th'!.U dentil of a vatd. the t h 4 hug. muddy It was 'A ate in th T ture that the three bo,;d -a . -e l lSt located. eatl RcaIy t tnit. Tbe a i ideut t -cu: red at (I'oXTlNi'hP ON PAC. C I'"' -'lA il)