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' Yale Chapter, No, 64, O. C. S.
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OF QUAKE IN
Earthquake Outdoes in Horror
the Disaster Which Over
WILL BE SOME DAYS BEFORE THE
NUMBER OF THE DEAD CAN
Dread of New Shocks Retards the
Work of Rescue Avezzano Com
pletely Destroyed Nine-Tenths
of the Population Killed
Stricken Area Likened
to a Vast Ceme
tery. Rome, Jan. 16. The full truth of
the extent of the disaster wrought by
the earthquake which rocked the en
tire width of Italy In a 300-mile belt,
destroying Avezzano and more than
twenty other towns, and causing loss
of life and property in less degree In
a score more of towns, lies hidden be
hind a tangled maze of wires and
A member of the chamber of depu
ties from Llparl telegraphed to Pre
mier Salanda that the disaster would
surpass in degree of violence and
percentage of dead and injured the
Messina earthquake of 1908, in which
165,000 were killed and Injured.
An unofficial estimate from a con
servative source places the approxi
mate losses at 18,000 killed and 20,000
Tremler Salandra told his associates
at the cabinet meeting held to provide
relief for the inhabitants of the
stricken area that the feared the loss
of life might reach 20.000 and the num
ber of injured 30,000. He said the
disaster was second only to that of
, A brief dispatch transmitted to
Rome after communication had been
restored between Naples and Solmona,
22 miles east of Avezzano, the center
of the earthquake belt, said reports
of the losses had been exaggerated,
and that the toll of death would not
Official circles adhere generally to
the estimate of about 18,000 killed and
Survivors are living in terror of
new earthquake shocks following sev?
eral slight tremors, which completed
the destruction of many buildings
which had been severely damaged.
Many persons were injured by the
recurring shocks, among them a num
ber of the rescuers.
The correspondent of the Corrlere
d'ltalia at Avezzano wires that two
more shocks were felt there during
Town of 12,000 Wiped Out.
All reports agree that the disturb
ance, which in forty seconds turned a
flourishing and populous stretch of
country into an immense cemetery,
waa the worst, in point of area af
fected, of any ever visited upon Eu
rope. Avezzano, r. city of 12,000 in the
Trovince of Aquila, was completed de
stroyed. Nine-tenths of the popula
tion of the city were killed. Tractl
cally every person who was not in
the streets at the time of the earth
quake lost his life. The personnel of
its entire civil and military adminis
tration with but few exceptions was
wiped out Including the country
roundabout the losses in killed and
injured at Avezzano will reach 15,000.
Tremendous relief measures have
been put in motion. King Victor Em-
AVEZZANO AN ANCIENT TOWN
Chief Sufferer From Quake Has Fig
ured in History for Many
Avezzano, the town from which the
largest number of casualties have been
reported as the result of the Italy
earthquake, lies in the province of
Agulla, in the Abruzzi department. 63
miles east of Rome and a short dis
tance from the base of Mount Velino.
It is an ancient town and bad a popu-
manuel has left for the vicinity of
Avezzano to lead the rescuers. Queen
Helena, deterred by illness, delegated
the Duchess of Aosta to represent her.
The duchess has gone to Montero
donda, where sho immediately in
stalled herself as a hospital nurse to
care for the wounded.
Trainload upon trainload of injured
are rolling into Rome. Every train ar
riving from the Trovince of Abruzzi
brings hundreds of injured. The refu
gees are distributed among the hos
pitals and private dwellings. The
mayor of Rome, Prince Solonna, has
placed at the disposal of the refugees
several hotels and public buildings,
where food is provided by the city.
Aid Rushed to Quake Zone.
Cut Just now relief work is being
expedited by the army and other gov
ernment agencies In the hope of pre
venting the outbreak of an epidemic.
All haste is being made to put sup
plies, medicines, doctors, nurses, tem
porary shelter and other Immediate
needs into the stricken zone as .quick
ly as possible.
The trains that are bringing In the
Injured are being loaded Immediately
with surgeons and their staffs, with
immense quantities of supplies. Spe
cial trains are being dispatcher hour
ly with relief expeditions, and commit
tees have been formed in each local
ity to superintend the work. Martial
law prevails, and the soldiers when
not on guard are working night and
day trying to rescue those who are
still alive in the ruins.
Twenty thousand people were killed
and twice as many injured by the
earthquake in the immediate vicinity
of Ike Fuccino, in the Province of
Aquila, alone, it was reported. Eigh
teen small towns surrounding the lake
were completely razed. Twenty oth
ers were badly damaged. At least 100,
000 persons are homeless as a result
of the disaster.
Dispatches received here from An
cona say a heavy storm raged along
the Adriatic coast. There was also
a heavy fall of snow.
Naples reports a strong tidal wave
in the Gulf of Gaeta, accompanied by
seismic disturbances on shore. Venice
telegraphs of very cold weather in
the Alps, with the snow in deep
King Reaches Avezzano.
A dispatch from Avezzano says King
Victor Emmanuel arrived there on a
relief train. lie inspected the ruins
and watched the work of rescue,
which is being carried on by the
troops with the assistance of civilians.
Government officials had urged the
king to remain in Rome because of
the international situation in Europe,
but he left early for the vicinity of
Avezzano to do. whatever he could and
by his presence give stimulus to the
relief work. Queen Helena, still in
bed, since the birth of a , daughter,
has expressed the keenest regret tbat
she could not go to the scenes of de
vastation, as she did at Messina.
The streets of Avezzano are nothing
more than huge piles of stone and
brick. Through this the rescuers are
digging wherever they have reason to
believe they may find survivors.
Lines of communication, especially
railroad tracks and telephone and tele
graph wires, have been interrupted
seriously throughout the entire earth
quake belt, and the transportation of
supplies furnished by the government
and private sources Is going forward
by automobile and horse-drawn wag
ons. Woman Goes Insane.
The forces at worl relieving dis
tress face scenes of the greatest trag
edy. Families have' been separated,
fathers have returned to their shat
tered homes to find their children and
wives dead or missing. Children are
fatherless and wives have become
latlon of about 10,000. One of the
well-preserved buildings there was the
towered cafctle built Dy Gentile Vir
ginio Orslno in 1490. Most of the
towns in which damage has been done
are situated virtually in the heart of
Italy, a line running northeast and
southeast from Rome to the Adriatic
sea. The country in the province of
Rome and the department of the Ab
ruzzi is mostly mountainous, but
Numerous Tillages and towm dot
the territory. Monte Rotondo baa a
CENTURY OF QUAKES
Quake disasters of the last hun
Year and Place. Lives Lost.
1822 Aleppo, Asiatic Turkey. . .20,000
1851 Melfi, Italy 14,000
1857 Kingdom of Naples 10,000
1859 Quito, Ecuador 5,000
1861 Mendoza 12,000
1869 Peru and Ecuador 25,000
1875 Colombia 14,000
1830 Manila 3,000
1881 Sclo and villages 4,000
1883 Krakatoa Thousands
1887 Riviera and southern
1891 Japan 4,000
1893 Persia 12.000
1894 Japan 10,000
1902 Andljan, India 2,500
1905 North India 35,000
1905 Calabria, Italy 35,000
1906 San Francisco 700
1906 Vesuvius 3,000
1906 Valparaiso, Chile 1,500
1907 Kingston, Jamaica ...... 1,110
1908 Sicily and Calabria 76,483
1910 Cartago, Costa Rica 1,500
1912 Turkey 3,000
1914 Catania, Sicily Thousands
In every stricken section temporary
hospitals have been established, and
to these have gone nurses and doctors
to care for the injured.
At Avezzano those who got away
and were only slightly wounded in
sisted upon returning to search the
ruins of their homes for relatives and
friends. Survivors dug frantically
into heaps of plaster and stone, often
stained with blood. In many Instances
survivors fainted as their dead were
brought to Hght in the ruins of the
home. Then the heartbroken searcher
had to be cared for by the members
of the hastily organized relief com
mittee. 30,000 Troops at Work.
Thirty thousand soldiers have been
distributed throughout the earthquake
district and already large quantities
of provisions and clothing, with wood
for the construction of huts, have ar
rived. Bishop and Monks Lost.
At Pesclna the cathedral belfry and
the house of the bishop entirely dis
appeared. No trace of Monsignor Dagnoli,
bishop of Pesclna, and 20 Carmelites
who lived with him has been found,
and it Is feared that all perished.
TOWNS IN QUAKE DISTRICT
Reports from the officials in charge
of the relief work in the various lo
calities, while still incomplete, give
an index of the event of the catas
trophe as it affected the following
Rome Many injured, but none
Avezzano and vicinity 15,000 killed
Alelll Nearly one thousand dead
Arpino 150 known dead; scores in
jured. Albano Many dead; town severely
Arricia 50 dead and injured.
Campobasso 20 known dead; town
damaged; many reported burned in
Corl Town partly demolished; cas
Ciprano No report of casualties;
many houses wrecked.
Cervetrl Seven reported killed.
Filacciano Three reported dead.
Monte Rodondo Five reported
dead; Prof. Luigl Megnati reported
Naples None reported dead, but
Galiano Several reported dead in
ruins of famous cathedral; others
burled alive in wreckage of homes.
Megliano Death list will be large,
as whole city is reported demolished.
Potenza (ninety miles east of
Naples) Many burled In ruins; feared
many of 20,000 population are dead;
town badly damaged.
Pofl 500 reported dead out of 4,000
population; town demolished.
Poppi 500 dead. v
Palestrino Five known dead; many
Rlpl Number known dead. 15;
Sora 100 reported dead; town com
In addition the following towns have
been reported practically destroyed: .
Antrosano, Castromovne, Capelle,
Cerchlo, Celano, Caplstrello, Giosamar
sl, Lelll, Marse, Mascadalo, Paterno,
San Felino, Scurcola and Collarmele.
These are reported to have been
Blsegna, Balsorano, Canistro, Cocul
lo, Civitellandantlno, Castellflumf,
Orthucchio, Ortonsmarsi, ragliotra,
Pesclna, San Benedetto and Sorbo.
Towns slightly damaged Mere:
Cappadoccia, Carsoll, Ovudoll, Pera
oluco, Pogglo Flllppo, Rocacerro, Santi
Marie, San Donato, San Stefano,
Taglicozzo and Trasacco.
All of these towns, it is expected,
will show casualty lists when the re
lief officials can direct their efforts
toward compilation of the statistics of
population of about 5,000. It was
here in 1867 that Garibaldi defeated
the papal forces. At Tivoll, where
one person is said to have been killed,
there is a population of some 14,000.
It lies eighteen miles northeast of
Rome and retains many of the. an
tiquities of the old Roman days, among
them the Temple of Tiberius and the
Villa d'Este, celebrated for the beauty
of its architecture. Port is a Tillage
of some 4,000 inhabitants.
Zagarolo, Pallano, VerclL rereto,
Pogglo and Natlvo art small towna.
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