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   Boston Evening Globe (Newspaper) - January 6, 1915, Boston, Massachusetts                                Globes lead During 1914 the Olobo printed more want ndvts than any other Boston Why Because Slobo ndvts bring the most satis factory VOL LXXXTIINO 6 jjggTON WEDNESDAY JANUART 1915FOURTEEN PAGES Evening Edition PRICE ONE EVENING Persons in Peril in New York Subway Fire CLAIMED THE FRENCH Advance at Four Points on The Battle Defeat of Turks by the Russians Reported She Says Mansfield Got Out Of One Man by Such Before a crowded courtroom Miss Elizabeth Ryan resumed the stand this morning in the third session of the Su perior Judge Fessenden was on the During the trial today the corridor outside1 the courtroom was but the officers declined to let in more than the chamber could com fortably Miss Ryan is suing Henry Mans proprietor of Ferncroft Inn at for alleged breach of promise to She places the damages due hotat Replying to questions put by her Daniel the plain tiff resumed the recital of her relations with Mansfield from when she first met the defendant after the YaleHar vard Yesterday slie told the story of these relations lown to the time she went to live with the defendant at Jan forces yes terday advanced at four distinct points along the battle extend ing from the North Sea to and gave ground in one ac cording to the official announcement issued this afternoon by the French War The gains claimed by the French were in the region to the northwest of in the forest of La near the ravine of Courte and in the forest of Le In Alsace the Germans regained one of their old trenches in the vicinity of Constantine Garibaldi The official statement also identi fies the second Garibaldi reported killed in action on the French battle as Chief Adjutant Constantine Use the Daily Globe Use the Sunday Globe It pays to advertise in tho Read the best people in ftU walks of the Globe brings splendid re sults to its As a want medium the Globe leads them BUSINESS FOR SALE ROOMS TO LET BOARDERS WANTED HELP WANTED Advertise in the Read the udvtB in todays a brother of Lieut pino Another Lieut Bruno was killed while leading a ot Italian volunteers the Ger mans in the forest of The text of the communication follows In Belgium the enemy but without TWO attacks in the region of the dunes and to the southeast of On the rest of the to the of the Lys and from the Lys to the there lias been noth except artillery In the valley of the Aisne and in the section of Rheims our bat teries gained the upper hand over those of the reducing them to At a point northwest of Rheims it is reported that of our troops have made an advance of about 100 Made Will in Her Miss Ryan said that while she was at Ferncroft Mansfield told her that he had made a will in which he left her about yOOjOOQ and also had left some thing for his Witness said the defendant had himself shown her this ghe believed It was after wards She had takena trip to Bermuda in 1911 with and it was alter this trip that he showed the The witness told of an instance at Ferncroft when one of the employes hugged and kissed She went to ihe defendant and told htm the Incident iened if Mans Reoapture of In the Argonne there developed a very spirited action which permitted us to retake 300 yards of trenches in the forest of La at the same place where there was recently a slight giving as previously re From Bagatelle and from Fontaine Madame there were deliv ered two violent German Continued on the Fifth Wants Globe advts bring the best BLACK SMALLPOX IN VESA CRUZ Epidemic Breaks Out in Mexican Carloads of Dead and Wounded From Puebla Brought couldnt have happ field and had been She testified that in 1912 she went to Monte Carlo with A card of admission to the Casino there was sub with Miss Ryans name in scribed Wrote to Priest About The witness said that on one occa sion she written to a Catholic priest about the relations existing between her and Mr and the fact that the latter had not ful filled his promise to She said that Mansfield promised to see the Later she asked Mansfield why he had not seen the His the witness said was On advice of Sullivan theres nothing He then told continued the witness As you are not 1 will give you down and pay you a but you must sign these I saw there was something written on the I refused to sign I told him that I did not want his I wanted him to marry that was All he replied to Sullivan will fix I can clear out of here In 15 AVitness then related an instance to surprise and please Mans she had secured a picture of an aunt of whom he dearly loved and who had recently had it copied in oil for hung oh the wall at the she She said that on divers occasions Mansfield ihad given She Instanced which Ma and two other a nsrfeld a diamond ring had worn from his CHRISTMAS CLUB Cosmopolitan Trust 76 DEVONSHIRE BOSTON JOIN NOW FOR 1915 Youll Save Money Without Feeling It Solves the problem sure and easy saving for the man on a or deposited every week for 60 weeks brings a Christmas with Olien All This Week Till Mansfield Spoke of The witness testified that Mansfield had spoken of their coming marriage to various among them several of the show girls with whom the plaintiff had Among those to whom he had talked of the coming1 in her were Miss Virginia Gun Miss Olga Kempstone and a Miss At the Knickerbocker Hotel he had also made the statement to Mr Knight and the latter Miss Ryan said when she was ill at Ferncroft she was visited by her her aunt and her She said 1013 Mansfield wanted her to have a and one was to the She wanted to have her on Instead of i When the car came back the lettering wasnt just as sc Mansfield ordered the car and She never got It after In discussing what ceremony of mar riage they should Uie witness said she asked that they be married by a She Bald that Mansfield repliec that he was a but lie was willing to be married as she Jan GBlack small pox has broken out at Vera and the tropical town is in the throes of an American Consul Canada reported today to the State Carloads pf dead wounded the battle of Puobla were being brought In Rear Admiral commanding the American squadron oil the wes coast of today reported condi tions favorable at San where he has been instructed to protect a German at the request of the German Embassy He has withdrawn the gunboat Annapolis to but ordered the cruiser Raleigh to stand off San The town is in the possession of the Villa who have been joined by the Details of the battle of sup plementingthe news dispatches of last night from Vera were given today in dispatches dated Jan 5 to the Car ranza agency Description of Puebla Gen Obregon is in complete control of the city and its said the Forty field pieces were used in the and the withering fire soon had the defenders abandoning their most strongly fortified The cavalry charged the cor ralling them in the center of the The entire garrison was made Six well directed shells almost de stroyed the cathedral of one of the most beautiful church structures in all The reaction aries were quartered in the edifice under a Red Cross which was respected until it was learned that soldiers were pouring a heavy machine gun fire from the roof and upper Many other prominent buildings were razed by the artillery Dead and wounded filled the streets whenthe Loyalists entered the and the number was greatly augmented by sharp street the fighters in many instances coming to bayonet It is believed the rebels lost several thousand in killed and wound Five thousand or more were taken with all arms and It is believed Mexico City is the nexl Gen Obregon today wired that lie Would be attacking the oapltal before the expiration of 60 The loss of hopelessly cripples the all artillery being goneand their communications Marked Cards at Ferncroft At this point the court took a recess that lasted from to The trial was then Witness was asked in relation to niMrked She said that she and Mansfield had played with such On one occasion she told him that she would not cpntlnue in this game He then said to me s ga arent you going to spin the top any more The witness said she replied Never Im not going to play with those marked You got out ot one man and thats enough for She said that to this Mansfield AH I will give you half I have anil well Attorney Coakley wanted to put In a pack of marked but the court ex cluded further testimony along this and saved Mr Coakley an The card incident took place July according to the this point attorney Coakley closed his direct examination and attorney Sul livan begun his crossexamination of tho The witness dented that her name had ever been Johanna nor had there been anybody with thut name in her She did not recall the year or but recalled that she was con firmed in St Roses Church In Whether this was In 1892 sho did not THE United States Weath er Bureau forecasts For Boston iind its vicinity Rain tonight and Mod erate to fresh erly For Southern England Rain tonight and Thursday warm er tonightin Western Mod erate to fresh south For Northern New En gland Rain or snow late tonight or Thursday warmer to nlpht In Moderate south Eastern New York Rain tonight warmer in east and south portions Thursday Moderate to fresh south Temperatures 8 a m 10 Block 42 Now 36 Boston S a m Barom inches llSrhlgh eat 42 lowest last 36 humidity 72 wind southwest eight partly The Temperature The thermometer at Thompsons Spa records the temperature up to 3 p m as FATALITIES WOULD BE NUMEROUS follows 3am 20 Sam 12 m 1 p m 2 p m 3 p m 30 not Ri DEVELOPMENTS IN RUMANIA EXPECTED Jun dispatch ilon Paris states that developments of th highest tire Imminent ii A dozen Frenoh and Britlsl kiQWUpapor oorreapondentiN left Paris today for Rumania by way of New York Subway Station at 53d Panic In Cars After Many Are Trampled In Wild Rush to the Ambulance and Fireman orough Called Out NEW Jan Yorks subway was visited jy fire and panic today which sent some 200 persons to caused the death of one woman and demoralized the system of the The fire was said to have been due to an electrical ex plosion in a conduit between the 50th and 59thst The flame and smoke terrified the 700 or more sengers of two downtown trains stalled and in their efforts to escape scores were badly many were knocked unconscious and still others were overcome by The subway it was said may be tied up for several days as a result of the If this proves it will mean that the more than persons a day carried by subway trains will be diverted to the surface and elevated The entire fire fighting force of every ambulance in the borough and every pulmotor that could be found were brought to the The fact that scores of persons were unconscious led to the early report that many had been Police Commissioner Woods and Fire Chief Kenlon announced that so far as they knew there had been no A surgeon attached to the Polyclinic Hospital re ported that one injured woman had died in an ambu lance on her way to the The fire broke out in a subway which was one of a long line of rushhour trains held up between the 50th and 59thst by an earlier accident in the power house of the system which tied up the Firemen Aid Those The tieup started at 8 this the busiest period of the rush An hour and a half later a slow express service was started only to be halted by the discovery of Three alarms were turned Eight ambulances were sent to the More were called for From trains stalled between stations firemen emerged bearing unconscious Every available fireman that could be spared was called on to Fire Commissioner who assumed personal charge of the sent scurrying throughout the city with orders to bring every pulmotor available to the Thousands Choke the like of which the city has seldom prevailed at almost every subway At the Brooklyn the Manhattan entrance was choked by tens of For 50 minutes detachments of police reserves struggled with the crowds there before order could be Elevated trains and surface cars were packed to I flowing all over the city with the throngs that were turned awayfrom the Ventilation Gratings Torn Sixty persons were taken in an unconscious condition from the scene of the fire to the Flower Other hospitals received many victims as Fire Commissioner Adamson Veceived reports from batallion chiefs to the effect that the fire was confined to the subway that several persons had been killed and a great many injured and Ventilation gratings were taken up fromthe CuutlnueU ou the   

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