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BOrthwrat of OorJaliu acoordlng to an
official statement Issued at tho head
quarters t: Uia General Staff. Tha
ground gained was retained, It la
claimed. In aptte ot rigorous Austrian
The text of tho communication fol
Iowa' Yesterday wax marked by an Im
portant aucccss for our arroa along
the laonao front, especially on th
heights northwoat of QorUla. Wa bo
giu the action at night by making
numerous breaches In very cxtenslvo
barbed wire entanglements defending
remarkably atrong r-nomy intrench
menu. At dawn our Inrantry, ado
quately suported by artillery. MMckM
the village of Oslavla and tho belghta
to the northeast and southwest of tho
country lying across tho roulo from
San Florlano to Oorlila.
"The enemy ottered an eatrcmely
obstinate resistance, but finally was
driven back by the Impetuosity of our
attacks. He lied, leaving his trenches
full of dead. Wo took 45 prisoners,
many of whom were officers, Succes.
alvo violent attacks t, the Austrian
advancing with shouts of 'Havo-al for
tho purpose of deceiving our troops
all were repulsed with Irresistible
energy. . .
"On the heights of Podgora and Cal
varlo, aouth of Oslavla, our troops
took by main force two mora lines of
trenches and occupied almost the tn
tlra length of the summit.
"On the Carao Plateau we contin
ued our advance along tho northern
Slopes of Monte flan Mlcliele and
southwest of Ban Mnrtlno, where wo
dislodged the enemy from trenrti after
trench, making numerous prisoners.
"Enemy aeroplanes threw bomb
ywtarday on Bchlo (fifteen miles
northwest of VIcenxo), wounding
slightly eight soldiers. One of our
lr squadrons wider highly unfavor
able atmospheric conditions, caused
by hlgTi wind, renewed thn raid on
tha enemy aviation camp nt AasevUra,
oh which more than 100 hand grenadei
wtre dropped. Our aeroplanes ro
OF GERMAN TROOPS
OT9NEVA, Not. ii. A telegram
'from Constantinople, by way of
Bucharest, says tho first contingent of
.German troops coming through Serbia
. aad Bulgaria has raaobod the, Turkish
capital. The correspondent adds that
Meld .Marshal von Mackensen, com
aendlng the Austro-Oerman troop,
la expected there next week. Heavy
German artillery for use on tha (Jalll
poll peninsula also has gotten
THE SKIN MLS
M yoa aed its marvelous beating ef
fects, do not hesitate tn use Posts m,
for it caaaot possibly harm.
For the treatment of Eczema. Acne.
Tatter, Psoriasis, llarbcr's Itcb and
, other sain troubles, 1 oilam demon
strates its beating powers quickly, lea-
proveinent being seen daily.
. When treating Pimple. Hed Noses,
Complexion DlemUhes, lUshci, Scalp
Troublej. etc.. beneficial rejults are of
ten to be noted over night, only a
' small quantity being required.
A word about loap I'oslam Soap,
, medicated with I'oslara, U tbe soap of
many benefits for tender skin. Try one
month for toilet and bath.
- For samples, send 4c stampi to Kmer
eeacy Laboratories, 32 West 23th St.,
New York City. Sold by all Druggist.
l ; THE EVENING WORLD, ' MONDAY, NOVEMBER 72, 191B. '
GERMANS TO GARB
TROOPS IN WHITE
Expect to Attack Unseen Un
der New Coverings for Men
and Guns in Russia.
CZARTORYSK IS RETAKEN
Czar's Guns Dominate Town
on Styr and Austro-Ger-mans
Arc Driven Out.
LONDON', Nor. II. Tha Morning
Post's Petrograd correspondent gives
a detailed account of tho prepara
tions the Germans aro making for
tbe winter campaign tn Russia.
Several new Ideas have been
evolved. Light metal buildings,
ready to be put together, and pro
vided with ateatn heaters, aro des
tined to afford temporary warmth
even In trenches, Supplies of sleep
ing sacks aro being procured.
Provision la also being tnsda for
the delivery ot enormous quantities
ot spirits, and strict orders are being
Issued that aoldlorn muat rub them
eelvoa all over with It dally. Von
Hlndtnburo is said to have Issued
an order slanlfylna that any Com-
mandsr who loses a alnale man from
froat deserves to be shot.
Among the most curious prepara
tions Is the gathering ot iallco, linen
and holland. Indeed any light mate
rials, whlto In color.
Apart from collections of domestic
linens throughout Germany, the
whole region held by tho Germans In
Russia has been systematically pil
laged ot such material. The object
Is to cover uniforms, tranches and
supply Carte to make them Invisible
amid tha enow.
GIRL WANTS $20,000
FROM EX-GRIDIRON STAR
CHICAGO, Nov. 21. Miss Helen
Vun Ness of Woostor, 0 to-day filed
the praecipe ot a suit domandlng 110,
000 heart balm from IjOuI A. Merillat,
ox-West Point football star, who re
cently was married. Miss Van Ness
alleges breach of promise.
Lawyers for Miss Van Ness said she
becamo engaged to Merillat Aug. 1,
I'll, when she attended a social func
tion at the United Hiatfs Mliltnrv
Academy. They said the girl will
charge ho broke tho alleged engage
ment June 1, 1915.
BLOCKADE OF ALL
fjak MM ah. M A 'w
u u 1 in nura'L s
I Ulllu 111 UllLLUL 8k
WILL II RING AUTO
WHERE SHE MAY
Drastic Action to Be Taken
Unless tlic King Changes
NEW YORK COTTON EXCHANGE.
Open. High. Iajw. Last.
December.. 11. CK u.cn ,11.48 11.51
January li. so u.sn n,ts n.c7
March 12.05 i:.or, li.m 11.95
May 12.17 12.17 12.07 12.11
July 12.24 12.24 12.14 12.19
August 12.10 12.10 12.10 12.10
Bentembrr.. 11.90 11, ?2 11.90 n,f2
Market cloaed steady, i to 8 points
' And sing and dance in glee;
(Their lives areigay with every day
A Xttieingola Jubilee.
jKealth and happlneaa arts inaeparable. So are
Kaalth and Rheintfold Beer. You can ffet tKia
un, neurishLng brew from your dealer.
jS. Utbmann'i Sons Brewing Co.
SATONICA, Oreeee (via Purls).
Nov. 2:. it in nimorfld that thn
Kntente Allies hnvo decided tn rnrrv
the commercial blorkndo to tho extent ' if
Ot e.ltaUIISHInt? n U-.tr xmm nrmirol
flrreks express tlm linpo that no such ' i
drastic notion will lin taken, hut tl U I
sold tho Krrnch niltliorltles unof- (I
IIkIiiIIv n...t. k .1 . ' W
..... j ...a.uu tun iuirn (ijj
sentatlons to thn throno respecting V)
tho ncccselty that Oreeeo glvn asnur-1 g
anccs of morn active co-operation t
irKh nltln. I w
D.'nys Cochin, Krcnch Minister
without portfolio, who has been con-
tarring with Clreok oillclals, has gone
to tho front.
PARIS, Nov. 22. An Athens do-
spatch to tho Potlt Journal says thn 1
nowspnper orgnns of thn Greek Oov-
nrnment accuso tho allies, especially
Ureat Ilrltnln, of seeking to drag
drccce Into the war by harsh
These papers assert Oroece has
given nuniclcnt proof that she Intends
tn maintain the policy of benevolent
neutrality nnd has had no thought of
Inking hoslllo steps. Slio cannot per
mit transference of tho theatro of war
Into her own territory. It Is sug
gested that tho measures taken by
thn allies may result In withdrawal ot
Oreok troops from the frontier and
oven In partlnl demobilization.
Tho section of tho press which sup
ports former Promler Vnnlzelos ac
cuses the Government of having
brought on, by want of foresight, a
conflict with tho Kntcnto Powers.
IIKRMN', Nov. 22 (lly Wlrelcn to
Sayvllle). Tho Overseas Nowa Agency
characterizes the commercial block
ndo of Greeco by tho Kntente Powers
ns "an act of vlolonco against a small
neutral country which Intends to
maintain neutrality without engaging
Tho blockade. It says, "agrees ex
ceedingly well with tho pructlco of
the Entente Powers In reg.ird to ques
tions affecting the eoverelgnty of
Wk lit 1
BIG E-BOAT FLEET ALLIES IN AFRICA
ELUDES GERMANS; I TAKE TIBATI CITY
GETS INTO BALTIC:
Copenhagen Estimates the Surprise Attack Wins an Im
portant Town in the Col
ony of Kamerun.
Flotilla of British Submar
ines at From 10 to 25.
COPKNHAOEN. Nov. 7.2 tvla Lon-
j don). Tho passage, of a large flotilla
01 iinuim suuiiiiiriur, viiiiuunty o."
"A Prench column operating In
Kaniorun," says the statement, "com-
BRITISH LIFT THE BAN
ON THE LONDON GLOBE
DREXtL J jMS
LENOX. Mlu Nov. 13. Dliguited
ot the nttltude of the Massachusetts
Highway Commission In Us delay tn
drnntlng her a hearing on the suspen
sion of htr license to operate automo
biles In this Ktate. Miss Kathnrlne Daht
sren, daughter of Mrs. Drexel Dahlgren,
will leave this week for tbe Bheepshend
Kay track, where she declares she will
travel Just as fast as she pleases. Sho
has been fined several times fori speed
Ind, and the Highway Commission, put
Its ban nn her proposed race against
George K. Turner Jr. riding a motor
cycle. The yellow car which Miss Dahlgren
drives and which she says Is capable
of travelling from seventy-five to ninety
miles an hour has been prepared for a
lung run, and MIms Dahlgren will prob
ably inuko the trip to Eheepshead Ray
In the machine, sending her baggage by
She snys that as soon as she reaches
tho track she will "let tho car out Just
to see what It can do" and that some
speed records may go to smash.
PAH18, Nov. J2.--Official announce
ment was mado to-day of tho capture
liv VfHf.? nrtA Itrlflflh frtfrna nt thn
tlmatcd at from ten to twenty-ftvo.lnto cUy of TlbaU( , tn0 a.rnlan coIony of
'' ",""' , ICamerun. Western Africa
tlm Cattagat, where both German
nnd Hrttlsh destroyer flotillas havoi
iicrn sigmcu. ; HUrprJlwd tho oerrruut forces on Nov.
According to reports a powerful 3 TJ)(j wno wero en.
Ilritlsh squadron convoyed tho sub- trtnchcd on h, ln
murines to tho entrance of tho Cat- o Tft , dfoate(1 onJ .
tegat at tho Hkaw. the northernmost ,n disorder,
iw nt of tho Jutland coas . Tlm largo 0erman(, wore pcctlnl- M
ship? .topped thore, while tho da- fttUck ff0m tho nor,h lno
French by a rapid dolour mado an
atroyers convoyed the submarines nn
far as KLTtnoro, at tbe narrowest
part of tho Sound, wheneo tho aub
marlnes alono proceeded into tho
Volume of business at opening watt
only moderate and prlre changes wore
not Important, ltnllroad list was
somewhat Irregular but generally firm.
Copper Issues were strong. Petroleum
Btocks wero strongest features. Dis
tillers advanced 1 3-4 to 49 1-4. As
usual, market reacted a llttlo after
opening advance, but stocks became
dull on decline, and mnrkot showed a
tendency to lmprovo with Irregular
advances In a number of groups.
Prices again cased off around mid
day nnd maikct relapsed Into dulness.
Mnrkot continued dull and prices
eased off more from neglect than
from pressure. Nuw Haven was
weak, selling down to 77, off 4 points.
attack from the south.
"On tho next flay a Ilritlsh column,
commanded by Col. Webb, Joined wlUi
tho French In tho occupation of Tl
batl, the great native city, whoso sul
tan and population welcomed tho
Franoo-llrltlah force, paving them
from oppressive Gorman rule."
MINISTER IS GUILTY;
SENT TO WORKHOUSE
United Htatcs Hteel closed at 88.. off 'Police Headquarters reported to the
S. Trading was lightest for a r.um
ber ot months past.
DE LAGY LEFT $100,000
TO HIS WOMAN FRIEND
aper Which Was Suppressed for
Comment on Kitchener Makes
LONDON. Nov. M. The Olobo.
which was suppressed by the police
on Nov. 6 for Insisting War Sccro.
tary Kitchener had resigned notwith
standing tho warning of the olllclal
Press llurcau, resumed publication
It contains correspondence between
tho proprietors of tho nowspnper and
Government authorities conoernlng
the suspension, closing with nn apol
ogy from the Olobo and withdrawal
of Its "regrettable" misstatement.
Following tho example of tho North-
cllffo publications and several other
English papers, the Oloba announces
that It will rotuse Ford nutomoblln
advertisements becauso of Honry
Ford's attitude toward tho Anglo
French loan In America.
Nowa that the Canadian Ford Com
pany has subscribed 11,000,000 toward
tbe Canadian domcatlo loan was Is
2 MORE BRITISH SHIPS
SUNK; ANOTHER ASHORE
Crews of Merganser, 1,905 Tons,
and Hallamshlre, 4,420 Tons,
XXJNDON, Nov. 13. The Ilrltlslj
steamships Merganser and Hallam
shlre have been, sunk by Gorman sub
marines. Tho 'crows wero saved, it
waa announced to-day.
The Urlttsh steamship Anisette,
from London or Ilombay, Is ashore
south ot lias Abu Poroz, In tho Gulf
of Hues, tills has algnulled for 1m
Ttio Merganser, i.wj tons, was
owned by the Cork Htenmshln Com
puny, and sailed from Cork, Ireland
The Hallamshlre was ot 4,420 tons,
Its home port was Glasgow. She wai
last reponou as nuving sailed on
Oct. 19 from Uaatliam, Kngland, tor
One Daughter Gets Residuary
Estate for Life Bequests to
Relatives and Friends.
To his friend, Agnes C. McCormnck
of No. 210 West Eighty-first Street.
'oter Do Ijicy, foremost among tho
poolroom gambling fraternity, who
died Nov. 14, left $100,000, according
to bis will filed to-day for probato ln
tho Surrogate's Court.
Cathcrlno Do Lucy, a daughter, liv
ing at tho Hotel Hargrove, is left real
stnto at No. 141 West Forty-second
Htreet, nnd to the following 110,000
nplcco Is bequeathed: Allco Kgan del
Campo, a niece, of North Petersburg,
Klu.; John J. Scannell of Frceport, I
I a friend; Allco Do Lacy Fisher nnd
Mary Do Iacy Scnuctt. sisters, both
Another daughter, Allco Do Lacy
itatciirrc, referred to in tho will rj
Allco Do Lacy Madden, tn left tho res
iduary estate for life, In trust. She
resides at No. 19 West Seventy-first
Street. Upon death tho principal of
tho residuary goes to Virginia and
Dorothy Itatcllffe referred to In the
will as Virginia and Dorothy Middon,
No. 19 WcBt Seventy-first Street,
grandchildren ot De Lacy.
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STEAMER IN DISTRESS
600 MILES FROM PORT
nntish Craft Oakfield. Which
Loses Her Propeller, Is Aided
by New York Liner.
HALIFAX, N. Hi Nov. JJ.The
Ilritlsh steamer Oakfield, bound from
West Hartlopool, England, for an
American port, Is In distress about
600 miles southeast of Cape Race, N,
P., according to a wireless message
recelvod at tho Capo Ilaco Station
Tho messaga came from the steam
er San Giorgio, bound from New
York for Mediterranean porta, which
reported that she was standing uy
tho Uakfiold. und that Uio latter
steamer hud lout all her propeller
Tho position given was latttudo
41.30 north, longitude 41.25 wct.t. Tho
Oakneld U u vcjucI ot 2,290 tons.
Arrested at Street Meeting, Clergy
man Says Jail Sentence Means
Death to Him.
Under tho name ot Ludwlg Uber.
the Ilov. Ludwlg Itnabe, pastor of tho
First Gorman Haptlst Church of Pas
saic, N. J., was arraigned In Centre
Street Court this afternoon, charged
with disorderly conduct. He waa
sent to the worlthouso for thirty
days. Probation Officer McElroy of
SENT 10 ALBANY AS
(Continued FromFlrsl Page.)
cited complaints and rate coses that
have been brought out In recent In
vestigation, Next they accuso McCall
of Impropriety In connection with
dual subway contracts nnd tho & per
cent, contract for third tracking the
elevated roads, snylng:
"In the approval of the contract for
construction ot connecting lines by
the Intorborough Itapld Transit Com
pany ho authorised n rontrnct at an
extravagant ami exorbitant prlco and
"In the negotiation and execution ot
tho so called dual contracts he sur
rendered nnd foiled to excrciso his
powers and duties as a Public Servlco
POLK DEMANDS HEARING BE
Former Corporation Counsel Polk,
omdal of the Publlo Bervlco Commis
sion cheduled to be named tot. re
moval by tho Thompson Legislative
After one or two more sessions to
complete tho record In certain details
the committee will hold an, executive
session on the fate of Commissioner
Williams and then close Its Investiga
tions here. The facts already disclosed
are regarded by members of the com
mit too as sufficient ground on which
tobase chergca nrmlnst Commissioner
Williams with numerous specifica
tion. The Williams charges will rest
entirely upon his conduct ln office,
relating principally to his fictions and
votes on complaints and rato cases.
In particular there will be cited his
action In the pending P.'-cont gas caaa
against the Kings County Lighting
Company, wherein Williams had pre
pared nn opinion continuing the high
ratft. tlnsnltn trie rant that thn com- i
pany once had offered to reduce the
price to SO cents.
Testimony of William last week
disclosed that the decision had boen
rendered on scanty knnwlf dgt of facU
and almost complete lgnoranco of the
Williams Is not expected to appear
before tho Governor nt tho same time
with McCall, as ho did In his defonsn
of last spring. The McCall case la set
down for hearing In the excutlva
now Assistant Secretary of State In
Washington, sent a telegram to Sen- chamber In the Capitol nt Albany on
ator Thompson to-day, demanding , Nov. JO. A Commissioner has ten
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that he be glvon opportunity of ap-1
pearlng before the Investigating com- j
mlttco on Wednesday to explain his
action ln rolatlon to tho ntock tran
saction between the Brooklyn Edison
Company and the Amsterdam Elec
tric Company, which, former Com
missioner Maltblo testified, wan ap
proved by the Commission because
Polk withdrew the city's objections.
Mr. Polk wired:
"I request the opportunity ot ap
pearing before your committee to
make clear my relations to the mat
ter, Including In particular my rela
tions to former Assistant Corporation
Counsel Hurr which you seem to think
significant. In order to avoid further
false Impressions let me assure you
that I did not advise Mr. Malthle or
any ono else to permit the morgcrnor
did I withdraw the formal objections
of the city."
The Thompson committee has been
trying to llnd the secretary of the
Kings County Lighting Company, the
95 cent gas company of South Hrook-
lyn whose rato caso M pending before
the commission. When this otneer
was wonted during the provlous hear
ings to testify regarding an oil con
tract made at high prices with tho
Standard Oil Company lie was said
Ho returned, it was
Court after a trip to Passaic, that
Ebcr and 'he Hev. llaabe were one
and the s&ine.
The police of Passaic bate been
searching for tho minister, who Is
fifty-eight years old, since last m-
dav. at tho reuuest ot his parishion
er, who reared no naa met wiui an , tn De in Japan.
accident or foul play. Ho waa ar- r.DOrted .at ter the hearings closed
rested Friday In Printing itouno - , ...., , ,,,,
Stiuarc. in tho crowd which gathexs ' A. W . Cole, counsel to the com-
k...- . ....,. r.t iininmin l'mntr. mitiv. told the committer) tn.ilnv thflt
I I ,f lln to debato over tho war bulletins. Mho secretary, W. M. Flook by name.
Ik I X Policeman Dalton. who accused , haa naln ,,. t0 Janan .nd ......
him of grossly improper comma, t ne
minister did not deny tne cnargo.
"You aro sending me to my rteatn."
ho said to tha Magistrate as ho wan
led away. I am wining to pay any
fine, but to oe put in jau win mi.
days tn which to answer after the
charges havo been served on him, and
unless Williams should walvo all
delays In order to stand alongside his
chief, his turn will come later.
Tho Thompson Committee will pay
no further attention to Commissioner
Cram, whose term of offlco expire
Feb. 1 next. As for Commissioner
Wood, the Investigating committee
will not Investigate him further.
Tho investigating committee Is of
the opinion that It McCall and Will- s
lama are removod by the Governor
and two strong, capable administra
tors aro put on tho commission In
their places the department can be
reorganized by them and mude over
Into an etllclcnt branch ot the gov
ernment. It Is reported that Chairman McCall
will be out of oillco In two weeks,
tlumnr says he will bo surcccdod by
former Commlsslonei William It.
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ATLANTA PRISON TERMS
FOR MAIL DEFRAUDERS
Three Men Who Held Down
Amount Due Government on
Contracts Are Sentenced.
James J. Cassldy, Vice President
nnd goneral manager of tho Postal
Transfer Company; Daniel W. Har
rlgan, his secretary, and William H.
Cadlgan, a former postal clerk, wero
to-day sentenced by Judgo Ilufus E.
Fostor to one year and a day In the
Atlanta prison for conspiracy to de
fraud the United States.
The Postal Company waa awarded
the contract for carrying the United
States malls south of Forty-second
Street and wore subject to fines for
delays and vlolatlona of other upecl-
flcatlona ot tne contract. i;aaigan
waa the clerk in me oitice or tno
Superintendent of Malls who kept tab
on tho company. Ho waa paid by tho
in... n i-iruiir montiniv siioenu. in
return for which he avoided charging (
fines agaliurt the company, whlclil
amounted to inoro than J20.000. All
three men pieoaoa guiuy to ino in
has again gone to Japan and cannot
bo reached by subpoena. Mr. Cole
promised, however, to produce on
Wednesday another oRlclnl who Is now
In Indianapolis who knows something
about tho contract.
CHARGE8 AGAIN8T WILLIAMS
TO COME NEXT.
George V. S. Williams is the noxt
ASK FOR and GET
or you may get a cheap substitute
and pay the basts price.
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Funeral rvlc at Church of th
TmnnrurtIon. Twcolr-nlnth Btrart,
nr Firth Avciiut, Tur4y. 23d Inst.,
at 1 !' M.
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from tl rlrliral purcnt. old faauliiu, Crram. and t li - cliolrnt. reildrat.
Iluttrmrolrli Camb,. nrrtrnlril In tile Cai Ond C'runlierrlr. Jrlllrd and
two.niraalnr (lator. of fn trnird Int.. famlnutlnc K A
VanUla and C-liocilutr. I IIP kl4e of dlllnrtlr rharm. lu
iiuni nox M.wt imu'.vu iiox XW
B4 BABCLAV sfntRRT
Cloaca M.SO o.rn.t Hat. in n.aa,
j9 coktijndt Mnir.lrr
Cloaaa II p, a. Dally
TAJIK HOW A NASSAU ST.
Closaa II p. m. Dallr
4UO BROOME NTItDKT
Clawa 10 p. ni. Dallr
4TSI FULTON ST.. II-KL.YN
4iaaaa ii.au p. m, uaji?
Clae7.p. m.i Sal. 10 p.m.
Cleata (I 3(1 p. m.iMat. II p. rm.
SIIII tVf.ST 1S5TII STIIKKX
(,'lo.ra 1 1. nil p. m. Dallr
a:t wkst iUTii NTiiiirt
CVi.rt T p. m.i Sat. 1( t. aa,
HUTU sT, ;ii AvrXvA
Clow 13 p, m. Dallr
iu.rm . .tiifi.ia. Daft. Up.Ba.
The spacUla4 walstit taclndra tha cantalarr In raf h rata.
ITEMS FOR INVESTORS.
t .tiink Voiiov Tiallroad irross earn
Ings for October show an increase or
I&28,855. l-our monins' uroan iiKnanu
$717,697. Net, after tax. Increased $215,-
Zinc Oil advanced $10 to $120 n ton.
P.nn., atrnnir at 20 cents DOT DOUnd;
lead uncliansed at 5U cents; spelter
advanced to 1854 cents.
fliipld Transit Company's
rent, payable Jan. l. to biock ot
ord Dec. .
& Ohio gross earnings In
TURK TRANSPORT SUNK;
NEARLY 500 DROWNED
Vessel Carrying Ottoman Soldiers
Hits a Mine in the Sea of
LONDON, Nov. S3. A Turkish
transport, carrying C00 Ottoman ol
dtors, has bean sunk by a mine ln
Ex-Lax lellevcs constipation. reoulatM 1 tho sea of Marmora, according to a
I I he stomach ana bowels, stimulates the
liver and promotoa digestion. Good (or
young and old, 10c. 25c aud COc, itt
i an aruggiau.
Octnlter Increased $Z.0..37. Net in-
cri-osed $1,;02.B12. Four months' grow
Increased H.0C6.770, Net Increused
nORT 11AOK WlftVn to-jl(ti hia M
rm-lilt furlow. JacniwtU. Ill IScliuttliiijr,
.Ualtrbt 111.40. pltca $8. show 4.30. wool la.
wunj. 114 (Mrlttin. IIO.IO. how $5.70,
hannii M Howl, 1M ITumrl, allow $T.'.t. third.
Tlmo 1.) 1-B. tVlurd, clirnat. JlcUIUtid,
Lit-. SinlUi. 1W1 ft Ihe Kltclirn, Jt7 Jr.,
Diode 8U and Carmen !) ran,
HM:ij.II KACB-To-r.o!dii Juylort
oUtion imrMi Ti furlonw. I'vnr, 109
u, pioa ai.e
.... i.l. f,u In nl.M tT ail .nw ti 10
fintl Ilancrr. 100 IrMmttlnifr). 1Um S.40,
third, Tina. 1,14. cn.ii, lug-
Marfary atu ran,
toJu, fkllko, Saltahltjr sod
Central News dospatch to-day from
Zurich, via Amsterdam.
Nearly all on board were drowned,
the doapatuh stated.
dalllngrr Will Meet YVIUen.
WASHINGTON, Nov, 1$. Senator
dQlllngor, Itopubllcan fifnate Icador,
han accepted Tresldcnt Wilson's Invl
tatlon to confer on the Administra
tion national defense plans. Iteprn
sentatlvo Mann. Itopubllcan House
leader, also Invited, lias not replied
Ta I..AflV5lfio!l(!"(JtfA!)fr? Tablets.
Omiflitj rctund moDtjr II It fans to cure. E, W,
UkOVt a tlMtai4 Is on asota bos, !, A4lt,
34th Street New.York
Will Close Out 7 uesday
Women's and Misses' Suits
From the regular stock
An additional 325 Women's and Misses' Suits in
various fashionable materials; superior tailored
and smartly trimmed with fur. Coats richly
lined and interlined.
Formerlu sold to 40.00
None sent C. O. D.
..ita ,1m, jtsSHiiuir itrimw jm. J-