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LARGEST SWORN CIRCULATION IN NORTHERN INDIANA.
Tin: vi;Tiir.i: 1 1. ; i .. i-.. .'. . ' 1 ;! .-. i ! : Edition o I ...v. i- .V -W. !: - '.t ; a ' ! r r ; T;r.r.-.i.t AVERAGE DAILY NEWS-TIMES CIRCULATION FOR NOVEMBER WAS 15,998. READ THE 'WANTS' I '. I . I !" til" fad VOL. XXXI., NO. 357. SOUTH BEND, INDIANA, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 16, 1914 PRICE TWO CENTS 31 L IP h fl FTERNOON 3J U 1 JUL JDlLl JJ W 1 JLLVJ p SH mm TO obi T p 1 ffl Is Mm 1 3 l I J 1 f o I O TIL IGD HER 10 YEARS Three Months Under Strain ot Imprisonment and Accusation Makes Her "Too Tired" to Plan for Future. URY RETURNS VERDICT AFTER THREE BALLOTS Acquitted Woman Dramatically Thanks Jurymen and Then Swoons When 11 -Days' Trial Ends Tuesday Night. Mrs. Augusta .Suhl arose Wednes day morning to the light f the fi rL day f f reeehm. that hc has known in throe months. 'Within L' minutes of ihe time that the jury reported her accjuittal Tuesday night she was speeding in a taxi to th" home of her I-rother, Kdward Drews, Kmerson av. The reaction from the trying or deal of the p;ust three months was al most more than the, woman could stand and the night was not so restful as she had wished that it might he. The aetjuitted woman sat in the humble little parlor Wednesday morn ing and talked hesitantly to a News Times reporter. At first she did not want to see him but finally she agreed and when she had shaken hands she moved her chair to where she eoiild sit in the rays of the morning sun. She did not smile and she look! tired and worn. h, I frel so t i r l." she said, "and just a.s if 1 was many years older now 10 years older than I was." She had little to say. .She did say. however, that she did not know now what she would do that she was so tired she enuld not plan. Informa tion from her brother was to the ef fe t that she would remain with him :ntil she was rested and stronger and hat then she would probably into some business for herself. They did not know whether she would go back to the old home on St. Vincent st. or not. Margaret Her One Carey. "Her life will be given up to the are and education of Margaret." th" brother .said. And then Mrs. Suhl brightened as she heard that and sho came more nearly smiling than she bad done for three months. Yes she would earn for Margaret for she was sm h a smart girl and she was so bappv last night when her mother left the jail. "Margaret," she said, "is in the -ixth grade. She is ery smart in arith metic and in geography, hut no mu sic no music. Yes, 1 will take care of her and give her an education so that she can have things some day when she is a lady. Mrs. Suhi was acquitted Tuesday night at :"0 o'clock. She had been on trial in the circuit court for 11 days charged with haing kill ed hfr husband. 'harles Suhl. b ad ministering arsenic to him. The jury deliberate! for t hrce-. ua 1 1 i s of an hour and the verdict was returned on the third balbU. Mrs. Suhl was taken at one'" to the home f her brother. Mrs. Suhl Taint-.. A dramatic -( !! nu. d w h n the. e Teih t of "not guilt " w as As the accused woman h returned. ... i . i . . I e a i ( i uii; w ord.y she arose and f. ! the jury men. "God kn.ons I'm innocent." said she Mlhl raised her light hand. '"I than k you :n a". She said no unoe. for the pent mo tions re to gloat for the fra'i body and the woman 111 in a dead faint. Mrs. Ann. i Amhison. matron of th; ;a;i. had v. as been at Mr.-. Swill's luring .til the side, as time ; ne i the ( trial, but she did not real..e then wh.it v.-as happening, so iihkl did Mrs. Suhl f.nnt. A her charge fell. Mi Anderson was at her ile in the ii.-tant and the in ) men arid counsel ruh d to her as-.-istance. Mrs. Suhl ..is c.trried to th" attorr.es room where the windows were thro n up and slo. was nuickly revived by the fr air. Taken to Jail l.ai Time. And then. v. 1st a again she had iome to a r alUalna; of the ln-tViim that had been granted to In :. she was taken, for the "wist time, to the jail v.hcre she had been conbned for more than three month.-. As she waited for ihe t;ii which a... to carry her w.ty -;, v.tpt. Her blether was with her and Mr. and Mrs. (.:fe n and little Malgaret and the attendant- at the Jail. Ami as she wpt -he threw her arms around .!r. Amhison. 'You hao ben my cn!" tiend during the dark hours." she said. And she wept more bitter! and wbe-i a d- . . I I i t t T . . 1 . r i 1 1 1 1 H'l C I a little it. Th n lor av a V brandy she t ej ns-d to the taxi tame and ear to a new life. t akt x : d Juror Wanted Iii-t l'itnr. Information frin reliable onr V a S t- X lie Jt'ect t hat t lie -'....,1 cine to tin for a Tat- I ' z t ballot ..nd had -! "wo tor ae.iiul'al on the b.rv bad i'.itV.l or. d t n to nd t. allot. 1 v,as ! ' 1 I e ! . barge ated certain j of Kit an tha r.b- , n no diiei t pi o:" tr tlie Mrs. Suhl hud administer to her husband a no one er do o U v. as th is e,l ;,r r hid - ' 1 . mat d d n e a g I e l he :i eiimsiantiai 1- be n thi iu.rge could e.o-t .:;'.) . 4 , proof 1 . o i ; . I ; t S " I . . . i e tie ,a:lt al.d t i i 1 1 t . . that the We'ir v . i - on tin d ! I i :-- 1 . W.iS ' nut : l,at r : . a MaUV o! -court room s i ' : i ' i it u...;r. . i.. unt;l 1 . ii-!!'..' ! t h e coxTj.ui:h ox PAGi; two.) MBS. SUHU FREE MAYOR KELLER HIRES FIRM OF EXPERTS TO CONDUCT RATE CASE Tiii- city will )' early liuht against Michigan Hkctrk electric and power r pies nbal in its tm Indian. i Co. for a lowrr rate by capable and experienced experts, according to Mayor Keller, who YVedne.-da moin ing closed a contract with a firm of engineers and consulting aecountants for thai purpose. At a cot which it is thought will . . j not exceed !, the j fin of sican. Huddle. 'Fuestel - 1 reeman of Indi anapolis and Madison. Wis., will pre sent the city's side of th- case lefore the Indiana public service commis sion when that body takes up the matter of adjusting the rate per kilo watt which is at pres'-nl being charged the city by the Hectrie company. The work of placing a valuation up on the company's entire properties will be commenced as shortly after .Tan. 1 as possible. Major Keller said Wednesday morning that the work of going over tlie company's four plants will take at least a month and more likely s i : weeks. The hearing be- i lore the commission is being" planned for as near April 1 as possible. i;lkbart Helps pay. The expense of hiring the experts is being borne by tiis city and Klk hart jointly, the latter paying but :p; per cent of the amount required. The expenso is being divided between the two cities in proportion to their popu lation. This city will he compelled at that basis to pay at least 74 per cent of the total cost. Three of the firm's members have hern engineers for the Wisconsin pub lie service commission and the same lirm was employed by the city of In dianapolis in its successful fight be fore the public service commission last spring, which resulted in a ... cent gas rate. The firm organized the New Hampshire commission and has been employed by the Arizona com mission in several successful cases. I'uestel is chief engineer for the Illi nois public s ric commission. The engineers will remain in the city even after the task of valuation has been completed. They will as- OWN WESTENDE Renew Activities Against Cities Held by Germans French Gain Ground and Repulse Counter Attacks. PAKIS. lec l.j. British warships have renewed their activities against the (lermans on tli Ih lgian coast, and have bombarded Westende. which is now held Uy the kaiser's troops. Tins a.s the chief feature of an of ficial statement issued here this aft ernoon, although it was stated that th- I'h'ivli had gained some ground and that Cerman attacks had been repulsed by both Ihlgian and French troops. Westende lies on the load between Xienport and ostend. seven mile? west of the latter ehy. The announcement of the renewal of tin- British war ships' activity on the coast there in dicates that the allies are directing sonic of their chief attacks toward ( ist end. The ofii' ia! v om m n ni i ne follows: "hi Belgium. Westende (northeast of Lombaretzyde ) has b-en iolently bombarded by the I'.ritish tleet.. The Belgian army has repulsed a counter attaek on St. 1Mrges and has occu pied th' embankments on the left side of the Vs r. Tnhip- Alt Ii'oui-e-iiii:. 1'ir troops, who had already gain ed ground iti th- direction of Khun Xeillbeke. kao also progressed hut less appreciably. in the region of St. Fhn. in the region of Anas, in that of the Aisne and in th Champagne tli.-trict there have been artillery en gagements in which we have gained the advantage at different points. "In th Atgonne there is nothing to report. It the Woe i e region we have repulsed numerous tP rman at tacks in the forest of Montm.ire ond kept posses.-ion of all the tr n hes captured by us on lVc. '.. "In Alsaee v e lwive repulsed an at tack to the W et ,,f 'eriwi . ".ervia King IYter. a -co-njiani d by Brine-- Ieorge. nt l t ii B.elgrade at the head of his troops at 11 o'c!o ; Tuesday mornitur. Between the Irinu and the Save rivers there an- no long er in Servia anv hostile Hungarian troeps other than ;e,eioi into the th' be. prisoners. hands of inning of whb-h have telle n the Seiians sit e tho war." Appi O.H llilTCg )-t'llI. Franco-Belgian forces ope rutin g on th.e Belgian e,,at have reached a point e-ight miles wet of stind. This i.; the outstanding feature of official i i forma t ion iet ei.l from the m.rth- i n sphere of hostilities. The- Be Igian army was be-in.g hard pieel by the Ger man. lore s operating aioun.l i s t r.d when Fi:i'h r infer, enients ar rived. The oir.bir.ed Fra a -Belgia n Ion t s then launche d a series of vio lent attacks whu h caused the Ger mans to fall back, and enabled th allie- to occupy a line a mib ami a half long, reaching frvn l.inbart- '. i!e. on the coast, to M. icorg I the ltst of th. V.-cr canal. The C t . n.a?'s are sh lling the Fr tich-I'elgian lines herc.-lv. It is r ;dt d. but iTiiatioti tb;'t the ' t . tin mem in t h i W -t Flunde r.,. w ithout ot:- b re aUs lst s t-gating m BRITISHWARSH1PS BOMBARD BELGIAN sit c b leiu ill the pieparalion of the data which w ill, be placed at the disposal of the commission, as well as advise- attorneys engaged in th technical questions which are bound to arise. Want Hearing Here. The- idace where the hearing will 1 be held has not Vet been decided up- I .... .." - . i . i:. on. liotlKT tins uy or i nuianaiou will be chosen is not definitely known, although local interested parties are endeavoring to bring the commission to this city for the hearing. For the past month auditors from th'- commission have been going over th. 'nooks of the electric company so , that, its financial standing may be j learned in detail. The report which i wiP be prepared by til eitys attor neys is only one of three that will be arranged. The company's experts, hired in a similar capacity to those contracted for by the city, the city's engineers and the engineers of the commission will ;icli be compelled to prepare a similar report. "The city i after no eefmite re duction." said Mayor Keller Wednes day morning. "It is felt however, that the present taie of 10 cents a kilowatt is too large, and any reduc tion from that figure will he or at least should be appreciated by the city in general. Any cut in a city's expenses lift th" tax strain placed upon its citizens. After the report of Ihe engineers is learned and the com mission has taken up the matter un der consideration, the entire proposi tion is left to the attorneys, the en gineers and the public service com mission." Serin rt is SatMied. I'ny Atty. See'drt expressed him self as being satisfied with the choice f industrial engineers announced by the mayor, and expressed his con lidence in the ultimate reduction of the present electric and power rate. The city of Klkhart faces the identical problems as does South liend. If this city gains a reduction Klkhart will also, is the opinion ex pressed by men actively interested In the rate battle. SOURCE OF SCOURGE Inspector of Federal Bureau In vestigates in South Bend and Niles. Thorough investigation of th' ac tual source of the hoof and mouth disease which swept Indiana and Michigan, entailing" severe losses to the farmers in both states, is being; made. W. 1'. Walsh, traveling in spector of the bureau of animal in dustry at Washington, has Just re turned to Washington after spending several days at Xiles. Mich., ami vi cinity where it. appears tho diseuse, first made its appearance. Mr. Walsh gathered considerable information re garding the tirst outbreaks which he will submit to his department at Washington. After a consideration of the- matter the bureau will issue a report of its findings. Inspector Walsh investigated all re poits of the disease being brought in by imported hides and through hog chohva serum. Mr. Welsh was prone to put little credence in the reports that the disease had been planted in this district by secret agents from (lernianv with the view of cutting off ; tie meat supply for her enemies in th Kuropeun war. II' believed the j reports had been started by irrospon ' silde men. one ease lit-inu known where the- man as under the in- tluetiee of liquor. xi:v YKK, dred and lift v Dee. 1 f. ( me hun pcrsons narrowlv es caped death early today when lire s-wept through a tive-story apartment in We-: v lih st. and quickly spread to an adjoining building in Se ond a v. All of tile oeeupicnts of the two apart ments who rushed into the ytreet or weiv carried there by rescuers wre scantily chid and suffeivd intenseiy becaus'o of tht bitter cold. I I SI High Life" and theStrain of Competition is Filling Insane Asylums, Says U.S. Bureau Report w life big the Cllls As'lllXU T ' X . I tee. t k "Hih ' and the strain of e-ompetition in e-itie's ar- iiu'reasirig isisanity in Fnite-d Slates. Tills is the eon- in of lr. A. H. Hill in a report n insane m.-titutiens ed tod; i v the e'Usu bureau. In the six y.-ars from F.'t to irl. eoerd b- th" report there'' was an me teas, of i;:. peu cent in the num ber of insane persons. In the pnio,j the- total population ine only l J p.-r cent. "The statistics indicate." the sas. "'that more in-anitv is ame ased o! t d by ttie tr-ss and strait:, tn e'om ; i. t i ; ii in. th e-oiigesteil e keener housing condition- and the j e and dissipa tion i.f it life. It s-'ems predable. 'liUTi'iMf, that the increase m the pfop.crtion of t.ual poj'Ulati.ui luing in 1 1 i . v has re-nilted in an in r a-e of in-.mity." The rpoit. iooer. qualih-s this n ; stat. merit with th- ass.-rtion trial tlie actu-il ituras gre n as th m insanity -is not as statist! s would irali- ate." and a bN: "Th se increase's are at b ast partly attributable to the extension of the provisions made for the- rare of in- i sine ptiMbhs aral to ill- growth of the SCOTTHURHIESTiT 1X1(1 BORDER TO AVERT CRISIS Garrison Sends Chief-of-Staff to Naco in Attempt to Induce Warring Mexicans to Stop Imperilling American Lives. 3500 MORE TROOPS TO REINFORCE GEN. BLISS Report From Commander Re sults in Ordering Three More Regiments and Three Bat teries to Border. WASIIIXC.TOX. Dee. 1 'k Closely following; the elispateh of more Uniteel States troops to Naco. Ariz., where residents have been killed ami wound ed by the tire of Mexican soldiers across the- border, .Sec'y f War Harri son today ordered (Jen. Hugh U Scott, chief of staff of the United States army to proceed to Naco at once. He will try to induce the warring .Mexicans to" stop impe rilling lives and property on the American bide ef the border. This action was taken at the sugges tion of (Jen. Bliss, who in a message to the war department, pointed out the possibility of utilizing Gen. .Scott's knowledge of conditions on the border and his lng experience there is re rtoring tranquil conditions. Sec'y Harrison said that Gen. Scott would leave Washington at tBlo tonight. Sec'y Garrison said that the send ing of Gen. Scott was solely in the hope that the ollicer would he able to achieve the peaceful result sought to he accomplished, by tlie administra tion. Gen. Bliss remains in charge of the troops at Naco. Sec'y- Garrison's statement says: By reason of the personal ac quaintances acquired with the dif ferent faetiems while he was stationeel on the- border. Gen. Sctt has been ordered to Naco. This is done in the hope that he may be able, by reason of the knowledge of acquaintances ac quired to induce the warring factions on the Mexican side of the line to elesist from imperilling persons and property on our side of the line. Gen. Bliss has pointed out to us the pos sibility of utilizing Gen. Scott's knowl edge and experience in this way." Ieision to send G-n. Scott t Xaco is saiel to have been reached follow ing a full discussion by Pres't Wilson ami the cabinet of the elaborate re port submitted by Gen. Bliss, in which the- conelitions at Xaco we're eh-scirbeel as being- ,,unbearahle" He sailed for immediate reinforcements so that if force should be necessary to stop the firing of bullets acrss the border "there would be no dhllctilty in com pleting the action successfully." Semi ::,r00 men. Orders we're"4 issued by ec'y of War Garrison after a cabinet meeting Tues day that three regiments of infantry ami three batteries ef artillery, aggre gating :t,"oo men, be sent at on to reinforce Gen. Bliss at Xaco. When a high official was asked the purpose eif snding these troops he i"p!iel. 'We'll, they are not going fishing." Two significant facts relating to the hurry orders of Tuesday are these: First, that the onler for the addi tional troops fedlowed the irranza statement to Se'y Bryan yesterday that any Use ef force by the Fnited States, such a,s firing across the bor der would be regarded as a hostile: act. Somul that the troops which are being huri it (1 to Xaco w ill make tho Fnited States forces equal to the com bined torces of (Ten. Maytorena. in ronmiand for Villa, and Gen. Hill, within the town, in commind for Gen. ('arranza. .VOPU Troop on F-u-li Side. There will be S.ofio soldiers on each side of th- line. practice of idacinjr them in institu tions. "At th- same time there- has been a ..-at improve ment in the agencies for discovering cases of insanity .and bringing them under Institutional care. The institution for the insane is becoming mane gene rally accessible not only by the increase in th num ber of saeh institutions but a!so by the improv. merits in the me ans of transportation and ommunieatien." la F.o th.e-re- wer 1 . 1 7 1 insane person,-; reported jn institutions while' in i:li the total had Lr.crea.sed to 1".7:1. In 1 '.'!. there w;re 1S4 in- satie j u t-d in sons and by F.'l' e re -tsed to - : " irt0.oro er th number had in The number of ad- mi-sj,r,s pr l'o'.eiqi uf population in creased from .; l in 1:014 to '. in IhsiMissiug the ia t that a greater proportion of the insane come frm eiti.s. the report says: "In prop.ution to popultaion the number t' inmates of hospitals for th- invin' received from urban orri munitirs arc twice as Rre::t as the number reported from rural communities'." RUSSIAN-LOSS II 150,000 P I1IS STATE UL Eighty Thousand Prisoners Are Captured by Kaisers Men in Eastern Fight According to Berlin Statement. AUSTRIAN OFFENSIVE MENACES CZAR'S ARMY Further Successes Will Endan ger Whole Wing Servian Victory in Recapture of Bel grade is Confirmed. r.i:RLlX, Dee. 1 Combine d land ami sea attacks on the (le'i mans in Flanders, the capture of :;,000 Russians in northern Po land and the Raining of ground by the Austro-German force's in southern Poland are the chief important announcements in to tlay's olticial report frm the gen eral staff. It follows: "In the western theater of war the enemy made a new attempt to advance at Nieuport, support eel by the action of ships at sea. Two ships hept up a cannonatlc. hut it was without effect and the enemy's attack was repulsed with the loss of 4 5u French pris oners. "On the rest of the trout the capture of tho heights west f Sennheim, which was occupieel by the enemy on Memday. is the only matter worth mentioning. "From the Fast Prussian fron tier 110 news is at ha net. In northern Poland our attacking movements are progressing nor mally. .Several stremg positions of the enemy h.ve been taken, along with :i,OOo prisoners of war ami four machine guns. "In south Poland our troop fighting in unison with the allies (Austrians) are gaining ground." IIFRLIX, Pec. 10. (Hy Wireless) Russia's armies in Poland have lost iriu.OOO men. including So.nOu prisoners who have 1 en brought to Germany. This ollicial Gorman esti mate is maele public today in a re view of the military operations issue-el at the war otlie-e. Referring to "The Russian losses, the statement said: "We are able to estimate pretty safely the total ed' Russian losses in Poland. They amount to the total eif 1 Tu, 00 men. including SO.edm prison ers who meanwhile have been trans ported to Germany by rail." The official review als states that the total number of unwoiinded Rus sian prisemers taken by the Ge rmans anel Austrians is 4 7T-,000. Make Satisfactory Pr)grt'-.. It asserts that the Germans ar making satisfactory progress in Poland, anel continues: "Latest reports from the German ami Austrian commanders mention T ... W... .,0 1tq. nt,.i- i...T-.1i.w, This iiulicates a trontal .ehind th- .ehind tl - against the Russians h l.zura river. ii t)t uii 1 s comes 11 mm we.-si- i- v i . . - ern .alie-m where the Austrians arc continuing their edtensive. Ihe sue- "Important news comes mmi west- ees.s- 01 iius iini t-im-tiL is u i laie-tu 01 that thev have compelled the- Kus - sians te.'retreat from the- Carpathians uti.l forced then, northward. "The Kussians realize that further success of the Austrians :,re likely to endanger their whole wing, seems to be crowded together." whie h The review confirms Servian claims of victory over tin Austrians. hut sujrs the troojts f the du;J monaie hy are being reformed for a new offen sive. It declares that th situation in ihe western theater of w ir is favor able to the Germans, they having re ntt.,i-. .,- i.-r....i, l'l4.:V4 aUelt a.- if Uir aim j i - u , I ' r i t l-i on1 If.Uiti-iti (riiHi! i4 IllOll till VI i 1 lU i l I v; i Ik'lfrians N.-ftli-iMo ,uani il v. The Belgian armv is praetl. ally a negligilde e.uantitv." it continues. -They are sutferiim' from typhoid. dvsenterv. and aceording .to some n:-, .M.rts cholern. The i:el-dr.ns ImvM lost since the beginning f th war I'.'.mni killed. ."l'.OUO wounded. ihj.ofiO who have been brought to Germany as prisoners anel r.",.e,,u interned in Holland." I.oel. l'vae-uate-d at Night. Accorillrig te th" official i'iw tlie; teiwn of Ivoelz was evacliateel b the tussians at nit.-ht when' th-v rouIl(1 hemselves in danger of eomphte nmhiia.tion 1 th '.vuiuiiiiaiivii. ,..,.,i,ii.,i;,.., The Kussians a-jatnl I.jd7. ..... , u i f - .u ...w. - . ""."V'.. auilllll-; ;it ill.-i iiiiimhi' e- i, .-a.s iu- review. "The evacuation was. how ever, tlie result of righting on three previous elays during whieh Die Kus sians suff-red enormous l"is, es pecially frrn our heavy artillery. 'Th' evacuate-. I ltusi;.n tr-n hes were found literally sti'-wu wit'i dead. "Thouuh were hitiy a-sai!ed our lo.-.-fS w-io greatly inte-rir to those ed" the Kussians. Kv-n waen our L'.'th corps cut its way thru::h the lius sians it lost emly 1 men. How the neniy suffered is shown by th' fa t that on one hill south of Kutomiersk no less than llii.-v.iii.-i w-ri found and buried. "Tlie town f Lodz was but little damaged during the righting. Some ef the residences and factories in the outer elistricts w-re damaue-d but the inn r town suffered little. The Gratiel hotel which WH-; . rc!"o w ah d. was unharmed. The electric tramways ;re How ed'eratin-T as in time uX j'ac-." SCORES ARE KILLED I SHIPS Intrepid Teuton Commander Steers Through Dangerous Mine Fields Evades Heavy British Patrol in North Sea Attack. BULLETINS. HARTLEPOOL, England, Dec. 16.-3:15 p. m.A naval engagement is taking place off Hartlepool. The cannonade is breaking windows within a radius of 20 miles. BLYTHE, England, Dec. 16. Sea planes have be en sent out to patrol the Northumberland coast and to give warning of any attempt to land German troops. (BIythe is 10 miles from New Castle-on-Tync. ) HARTLEPOOL, England, Dec. 16. Forty-seven persons were killed and m.ny were wounded by the German bombard ment of Hartlepool today. The cannonade, which was terrific in character, lasted 40 minutes. The weather was so foggy that the hostile ships could not be seen. Thirty persons were killed in Hartlepool proper and 17 in the old town section. Many were wounded in West Hartlepool. One house was struck by three shells and all the occupants, a man, his wife and their six children were killed. SCARBOROUGH, England, Dec. 16. The authorities announced tonight that 18 men, women and children were killed m the bombardment today. LONDON pec. lo. German cruier, siiiin- ovr.il hunr miles rom their base at Kiel anJ safelv traversing 'vau-rx a hich the bullish admiralty believed had been sn mined a m prevent ihe passage ot hostile ships, todav bombarded ihree HiiiMi rcrN ,n he iVrth sea, Scarborough, Harilepool and WJiitbv. HriiMi w-u!iipx hXS ,","iedia!eI-vr dispatched to attack tlie German A' :u,l:x battle followed oiF the co3.t 'f'h. rcn1f ." el,: ...i . . .u.i uns navai eneaoemeni is imi c knoAn 'rut :-;e are reports here that two German cruisers have been mk nt in tAwnf.a?J siv Jama.w'N saij , h,v,- 1vc-;,!,k- N n mh ",.,,,.c,inR reilorts --n receive.! as lo 0 al mnilvr ( casualties, some savin thai a- u.anv as lu lvr,,;:, ie (erman ships n-ere ohl,Ve".l to aband.-n their l-omi-awment 01 uie Ltat towns u-hn h,- u,;t;.h ti.,, i n f?"n, r S?,K t0J,ave met ,,, "Wri. A dira:cii receive 1 trom there late this afternoon said that a naval baule was i:i Plo oi he coast and the Hiring of the P,n was ncr:K v,ind ; Within a radius or 20 miles of Hartlepool Haitl-p,,d lie-s in i),n-h..m hetween --f and 22:, mihs m.rth d" L'.mhm. ju.st north of the nmuth of the river Tees. Scar:.or,.!u:h lies in V.irk.-hire. ahout i:, niil-s down the coast in a southeasterly elin-ctiou from Hartle pool. The- point of attack lies approxi mately 4"u mihs from the- Kiel .-anal wiiere me- C,e-r . . x.......... ' wus eoiie-e-n III 'i n ..t . . ... nct,sllv the G.-rman ships to ist - am e-har aer,.,s ,he Noitii sea. 'passing through min- :iMs and -:;d- .n . i, ,w,... . ., . , . in tlie powe rf 111 l.ritish n etiol i e t , statiom.( ,h,. , ,,, , 'V , , (oast () Kliy ,aI1) , ; i . ... , . .. . t,5 k ' j pT c''f j'! upon th- , oast ,.,.nh- Me m r.; . . t n e ' "''' ' ! J" 11 ' ''; ,h" ,,,;nnil";' ... u!.,':' i in rouiiH u me Kuaruiau tilritish tl-t. a feat whi.-h th- t!ts 1 III Tt'l.. ,,....11 . t " l" ""'!f,-!t P-t: ' 1 The ii.si iiuiiiKiiion or in- allael: cam' in the annonn--ment from the j admiralty and th- point of attar!; wasi a surprise, for it had bren belo- -d I i n i t t h i, i "...... li i . .mi. iiu i i li,. i ns o; nn e-noo.-e a "'' .-outne-rn oas til.!- 1 - - 1 ii'-r the M.ntht-rn i-n,:. i Neither Hartlepool nor SY-ar r .. w.i, i.. l . I J?h ' .,.1.,:M ,,,m1 1 ny b;U UlX ! Jltl- j V1 , ' V tr""v." hav" 1 7, r" " 1 u'1 ln. '-"jy. a w dl ... lt I 'V'L V"11'1, fs:, ,,n- V1 l"t ! n ' V'"1 ' . ' ,,u-iri" T V ." ;t "' " 1,U" mI;1.V !, ' P . ss i hi 1 1 1 y. I'.otll are ympnions iit-rs. and ha v- ett - iivt' om::!-! cia ! trade, .ca i hoi, , - ; a wll known i s' tt. ;. ifig know m as "The Queen of Watering Place--. " j The it" is built Upon a seii - e.f tr- races, rising one above the .,thr in a ; i re .- -nt from the b ach. j Tliis gis a d"idd adar.ta-- to -niy ho.-tile jjeet attae king the a . . I T ) ?rr tVfrou " V1 utV:': , theivhant snu,s at t!i time tae. i i r , .. . .. . . ... ... , lure .Feitm-s m ictor . arhore.ujh lies i :s ies .V.st I : o I 1 1 1 : flam borough II-ad. off wdii.h point, Paul Jones. with an Am ri- .-.n PMUaelron. Won a fanio-is naval '. i t ot y i er a i;rit:-n ;:eet m l . .. i ms : .-f. :i f, , ; , - promontory is a line of limestone . , J. -.i t. 1- :':!.. Mu lls upon ' tii.ii -?and--a light hoi i u j; .;.-. a -.!. d It is 'understood that th light on this, -,jMt t, - ., Iromonton- ) i be. n -t:nuishf d at :i. . ,r.-.,. night upon orders of the admiralty. Ksidoru- in Kani. IIartl-M)id is built in two e, trc;-. d.-i-af h r . : . y.. -known a.- W.-t Hartlepo., and Haiti- r r . j . - ; : - s. , . pool prope-r. 1 loth unite to form ..!.e'( ;nt,, , 1,;;r ... . ., berougli. The e-itv lies at the a p. -; hundr j- o , :-..- of a -ive.lge f land that juts int.. Mi.- i ,v;i'.'. .-tatb.r; vl t. v' North s-a. 1 '. !i:ib-s s;tP.ea.-t of t:u- j i(t,l'Ml"l tr. jn--- ' . . inland -ity of purham. i n-re 'u rt' lour r-rman i ai-ej in th- s.'.iadrn that bombarded .-car I'orougn. "hi-f interest hi L;r nt in t)i amount of damage inllicted. by tlie sh.ells. hut the tact that the Germans had b-ft tluir naval base to coin. oat ;nto the open sea to LIIW halt! to the Ttritish. 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