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F0R AIR DEFENCE
Vin..! Board Wants ;WO
Hydroplanes and Moro
\ M I I PROVED
:dcti b\ I xperts ?is Best
linsl Submarines an.:
fer Cruisi s
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pe of craft
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,| nsl Submarines.
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? their value In ?i
? ???! h might h? u,
- followed by ai
he a million dol
?- the aero
1 . th.? upVeen be
? ? ? ? greatei
ster portion of I
ha\e to be ?pent for n a
ahrdi , ,
rh? yearly upkee)
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I m | r>?,.n? I r??ni *?\ ?ir.
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? i than an) otl '
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. j that would con
. > meiit of Zeppe
e been pi maril?
? ircea. The
?* Dardanelles have
? ' il |y of aeout
the event of an ??'tack on
? a th? ??:.'. ? 'a func
enemy in mid A?
? waiting for hi?
near theiT inl
The aircraft, therefore,
? to ?aa
le fleef und locate ?h?* en
e m y.
? decretar) Dan
r. and it i?
. rest I \
. au tic
a) ctory and dependable
rj Ford h;;s
???-? h;m in working i '
? ral Hoard of ?he
? appropriation of
. ronautics, but tl ?
an pare?! down to n
eacl ? ? Congre si (1
will ask for
? an -,t ??i?: h year
officer? are interested
?n ?c 'ion is made of
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BPITISH FLED TURKS
IN U. S. WARSHIP
Refute?'. Witnessed Terrible
Armenian Massacres in Urfa.
y , .-? The Ti -a-- 1
Alej Sept 28 iDispatc
refuge? rrivtd here
;. ester terrible talcs of
thoir iiiffei tel ned il li?a?a sub*
were supplied with
and were housed in
Vrmenian monastery whose monka
cred. They witnessed
nacres of August 19,
the cent re of ghast*
1-. -cone-, rhe Turks systematically
en and turned the
and children out into th.
here thousands of thon? pe?
The lasl part} of women and children
left Ur .. on August 24. They wer?' de?
layed a fortnight at Altxandreti
awaitii :i filthy quarters and
starved. They finally embarked
?or Alexandria in an American war?
Two hundred Jewish refntrees from
terday, and four
day. They state that Dje*
?mined on the exter
? - ' ?onista and haa -?vorn
that no .lews will ever re-enter Pales
Store open Saturday until 6 P. M.
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rift h Avenue
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s West ??Sth St.?Store Floor
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IN VILNA FIGHT
Russians Hold Dvinsk I inr
in Face of Desperate
SAY KAISER ORDERS
CAPTURE OF KIKV
Oar's Forces Block Advance r>f
Foe Toward Minsk Cut
i ? - The Ti
." ! 01 don Expert ? ?th
..? 'he Russiana in the
course during th? r su
ful re- ? V'ilna r?gi?
dieted tei ' ossea on th?
? .? ? ?
er fa -It extend i ?
myana south westward ?loni a I'ivcr
? . ? . ? Molo
car the etal
twenl ' ?. tward of Lids Furl ?
vest we i from Xo\ ogi "
1'h. are pre? ? ; .
? nern; I ..i ? Bei
.-:e serious obstaclei in the ii:v
"f Vlii - . .mi lurcessea al Molo
N'ovo V?iei>k and ?Lab?
ahow that they are er:4 i ?? . free
u| per V'ilna ami the ? ? na
.7 ? ' ' ......
1: in ow clear, thank* to
? ? ? 1
.'man* have not only
?o envelop the Vilna troo?,
been compelled to '?reek the
rat? nconm ?ted engage
A? pvescr.t the
' "I. r : \ loi Si CC .-?,-?,.
from Vilns ;?? Bi i .
". an.I Y ?nth ? i I
rompe] the enemy ?.. change hi- move
menta from th?
Desperate attack *>? Gem
? 1! continue, !";?
uro withoul result
;.ip develo] . ?. i, ?,:
owin?g ? ?
? "?r nai prisoners captured in < I
and brought ??? Kie*< aay that
order b; the Kni-ci ?lee
"From th? rep? rl of the commander
' ' ? ? arm? I know my cou rat
troops are I
victorious ,"?:ranee n ? require a
Thi- may ? ,i onlj at Kiev.
Buck up r?ii*. ???? lousl) endeavoi to
reach ' "
Predk?s Radical Changes
hi Russian Army Staff
Her?n h;, wirelea? to Sayville, N.
v.?, Sept. 38. The report reached Ber?
lin to-day from Petrograd l?y way of
Stockholm thai radical changea
leadership of the Rua .an army, affect?
ing the highest militar; ofllc il-, were
soon to be ?
Thi" ropor' was contained in n dis?
patch from tht corresponden! of the
mzeiger," as riven nut h? i
day by the Overseas rVewi Agency. 1'
say i :
"'The well informed Russian pr?
'h:it Emperor N? "hol?n i -
mander-ln-chief of th.. Ku - ai
in name ?ml;.. The actual power i- in
the hands of the experienced leaders,
General Polivanoff, Minister of War,
ami Genera) Kuropatkin. Plant
? ? ? for re. i : cal re?
forms, including reorganisation of the
highest military offices.
"The ?lisorilers which followed the
prorogation of the Dums were violent.
Work was stopped m a third of 'he
factories a' th?' capital, and there were
demonstrations by crowds in the
General Froloff, commander ?>f
the military district o tal, is?
sued a proclamation to the workingmen
saying that suspension of work would
he regard?-?! by Generel Ruzsky us high
>n, and thai sit hough the
felt heavily the ev? at ...-. .i ?
uar. pomiiar outbreaks were unju ti
"Ihr Dowager Empresa has been
designated to assist th? Umpr. 's, whose
? ?on of health is such
fere with the performance <?f her
The new ('erman o move?
ment, with its oliject tl of the
important Russian fortified Mty of
Dvinsk, has mn.le definite l''"gr? s a. The
War Office announced to da? that l:
sian tdvaneed positions watt of the
city ha?l been pen? trated, and that more
thai 2.000 prisoners anil several ma?
chine guns ntid been captured,
The statement Ml I
Army group of Field Mai Mini von
Hi7iflenhurg: West of Lennewada on
th. H\ int Rivtr, ahout " ??
aouthtast of Tiiga ? the battle h ta
h? i-, eoneiuded. During our
eounter-attackt y.sterdn' 160 i.'
oners wert taken
West ? f Dvinsk we BUCCei I
penetrating l<u??inn advanced
tlons. Seventeen officers, 2.1015 men
and four mar) ell int our
hand'. Counter-attacks i
lines captured by
Dvinsk were repulse?!.
The re lance of the enei
,,f ? l-ilini ? nn and ?'n-'t of Subodniki,
on the Ga ? a River, hat been i i
i iur ?, o..- are follow Ing the i <?
t,Pa' . who Itfl m??r?
l.noo prisoners in our hands. (>n the
right wing fighting is -till in prog
r.'ss north of Novogrodek.
Army group of Prince 1
The Rutilan position we-t of Wi
ka was captured Three offietrt, 880
men and two machine guns were
taken. In the region further to the
?CUth the situation ii unchanged.
Armv grouii of Field Marshal von
Mackenseu:: Fight in? continues to
the northeast ami east ol Logitchin.
In the southeastern theatre the ?it*
uation is unchanged.
New Yorker Admits He
Sent $,^50,000 to Teutons
Sun Francisco, Sept. 2!. liu-ti, B
Kulenkamnff. member of -I??' imparting
house, of Watt? Is, Ki. ' I
of New York, spent 1< s? than an hour
before a Federal crand jury to-day to
. \]lain the connection of his fira
'he alleged distribution of :icarly ?$""0,
000 of the money of ihe imperial gov?
ernment of German) in thi-, country.
The witness, It vas said, admitted to
i Ins questioners th|t his hous?- had sent
, to the credit of the Snii Franeisct ?i? ?
nan Consulate |SM-00if within .?everal
month ? tubtaquent te the lieginning af
the -?.ar last year.
Mr KulenkamprT came to San Fran
to a ?ubpiT'ia issued
a rei'i-est of John W I'reaton,
1 I'nited Btatei Attorn? ?> here. He
Itarted immediately for New York
after hia release from the grand jury.
The detail- Of h " testimony on the
[alleged ."on of the German
money, which Federal ?iTu-ial? her? aa*
? rlia for un - '
I neutral pr.;tt, w< i? btld -??? ??
The fun?) < ? I" ?* i41'J' ?*??
I ' i'.?*rrt?-(n firm. It ?i
-??m t?. th. United Sute? from H?.
it !?? ?1 . Ik? ? latinar el di
I i tO i- -he obi?
Sevei .ti?. snppo???l|j/ p?
' ? ??. -. . . |
Sacramento, which furnishad lupplii
Gi man fleet ..*' Yalparai?.
7 ha? ?team?-! <'!-on .11
-.?Inch ??a? held
? ' real a,;?, and final I v ui
"? 1- n ? ? m ,de in .?
1 ir is ?ockir
Indictn . -?im?? tirr
ago aga lus ...
>ir?* pen .
SLAV PRISONERS GO MAD
Aged Raseiaa < iviliaas H-ral? limrn i
Gern in Ri en ?>f I ? rror.
1 . ? rttaj Ti
. L '.'?', A di'pntch 1
"?l"i ning Pi ayi ? s
s |ir?rt\ Rn nan invalid
thi ough .- ? ? 1 daj wa
1 -??'! ,
i> i- leiigers in the trai
? 1 ? *?? ' . ? ..-* . -. -.eral ?>
lixty to -even;
? . id been ma
Russian I i:.d lost thi
the reign of terror wtiich pre
? ?* all Mi?* villages and home
Must Awail Austrian Ne
ply or Risk Voyage With?
out Safe Conduct.
pi 23. The Stati
I 'i. Iiumhn to
?ay, m rei :"''i ?e I " ; i* request ? fo
ron du ci) .hu' 1
. ould not - th? question of hii
him, but ?rouit
? ! been received frorr
the Austrian ? 70 the d<*
for Dr. Dumba'? recall, snd un
? comen th" d< pai Im? I
1er ai iformal disposition ol
? ho es ?
A wireh 1 itch fiom Berlin t.>
da) Ksi ! -li il -. t. legram had hci-n aen1
bj Dr. Dun \ tro-Hungari
xii Foreign Office, asking urgentl
.?ivi. ?n "i der to repoi I p -mon
ally i" his governm ni Dr. Dumba,
according ?<> this dispatch, lays hr- d<*
ird the steamei Ro
terdam and that h?- <-nn only request
safe conduct from the American gov
eminent fif'rr his formal recall.
The onlj intimation "f the probable
of the Austrian eovernmenl ?ras
?1 ed I ? r eenl di ipateh f r??:;i
Ambassador Penfield, who laid he h;"i
? ".| that the Foreign Offre
would mak ? no objection to Dr.
1 lumba's - - call.
\t wat pointed "u' !n The Tribune
I ;, ,-. ,. ,,,.,. lin??, the I
bound !?- the ruli
nat?o te to awai. ?u
? ? ? I ir. I lumba, thi n
?vil] be obliged to i*n a-ritl out
?- ? ? rries out l> is reported
.nt. ii' ? ? til on th?- Rotterdam
? ' Tuesday.
Th'f rrovernment would i."t oppose
? ? ? ire under those cireum
? nei 1. State Dei officials ???iv,
bul would rather regard II as ;"i see)
way of 11 ttline the whole difficulty.
Pr. Dumha, ? a ill probsl '?. de
( i.ii- tlia; travelling wlthoul
nducl 1- ton ii-n?. t.. attempt st this
time, and postpone In- departure un
ml'.- from his government
ate Department to oh
iim with th?- neccsary documents.
Fames F. J. ?.rchihal?1 is ex
1 <ti??,; ??. arrive in Washington to?
on here to
iliMt be would not pay tin* es
1 ? cted ?' to the State Di pan ment.
'1 hen- s rath? r broisd Infei
? nee at the it thai there wa.
: n de? re l te? him, eei tainly until
nil th< papers in the rase had been
exami 1 I Department of ?' 11
Consideration of the rviper? in the
Archibald begu . ? thi? 1 '??
ent of Just It ws
?'?? 1 the receipt ?.f the
? . ?- by Attorney General Gregory,
he referred them wlthoul recom
latlon to on?- of hii assistant 'r>r
otudv. It wan stated at
ni'-i!? ? hat - " det? rm I old b?
reached n? to the course to be pursued
the 1 the papers
Wheeling, W, V'a., Sept. '?< Amove
? ? .'! -?astro-Hungarians
lias of Austria was inaui
- en it was . - ni unc? I
1 ? . ('lev?
I 1 work
? ? ? g thi
? have thei
pli ee?, orkmen of oth< na
? . ?
K . enkai ipff, ii . irtcr. of
States grand |ur; 1 ng the
source of ? fund, said to have bee
? I - 000, ?? hii h ra? used, it
sllege I, in th? I
FIGHTS FIVE AIR
DUELS IN ? M
British Aviator Beats <
Four Germans, Then
? Outwits Fifth.
9.000 FEET I
Kaiser*. 'Plane Sent Crashing
Earth Forty Combats in
i'. . V ' T'
? h Headquartei -. Sept. 20 I
patch to Tne Daily E pre i," ' 01 dc
Forty aeroplan? ftghl eighl
the i'i " ?
? .'I?! Inn ng tl
'..no-.- i ? ?
'. H-t sewn
earth and I i ha*, a be? i
' me pilo- had "ir mo
ng, lie beat ol? i Gtm
machinta thai to grapple ?r
him one aftei -. Otl " ? but
lifth bi-.re down on him he h?*d
hausted ne gun ami
ort of a ret oh
?? :..i the Gel ' ? ?'' h 'm
ihr ?ugh the ming ?
. . ?ng ?1 d not " alixe that tl
<.r thirl ' en gave it i
? he British ?
(?ne furioua battle i ' ? ?
suiting in *'?tal de I of a G<
man aeroplane, look ic? eptcmber
tivp in ranging the enei
could be aten eirel
al \ H :
I ? ? ?oplane went out ami Rave bat!
at 0,0.?el above the (i
It waa a Clear, hrign? ?lay ami t
itcn 11 i
back .?gain like angry birds, now dim
ing, n?" ind all the i I
Ir.g ? ?? her a ith bullet fh?
Sudd? nlj tne German aer? :
dive ?Trat icallv ai d ?
at an increasing speed and ??' a trag
angla. "We eannot positively I
it waa ?!?'-?'t"' ???!." said the ?
told me of thia incident, "but
p-*en it vas diving no a downward ;
left mile- an h"iii about 200
Germans Wing 3 Aeros:
Artillery Duel Unabatei
I.oniinn, ttept. 23. Berlin report
great BCtiV)t" ...:!?,? the wh";
front b) artillery and aviators of l???t
tides. Two enemj aeros were ??
ablate h> the (ierman fire anil a 'h?r
forced t?. descend, the Hermans cl.-iitr
The violent artillery fighting whlc'
has characterized tlie operationa il
France for more than three eree*
pa-' baa been continued at ,i numbe
o7' place along the battle line, accord
" announcement given nut thi
afternoon by the French War Offlci
The engagements ware particular!
severe near Roclii r\ ? to th
north and south ??" tne river Avre.
?... attack on German eemetery po i
' on al ."'?nichez waa repula?
Kaiser's artillery, Merlin claims.
The official statement issued at Her
An en? my aeroplane, set ablaze ?V
? 'it fire, crashed donn In t ,,p
condition north of St, Menehould
Another aircraft wat forced to lato
?outheast of Vousiera after sn aeria
battle. The occupant ? were ma?!?
1 '? ' ? Pont i Mou - "n b Germai
aviator engaged in i battle with tw?
French a it? ?? ?? een the Frencl
and German lines, a-.d ihot down on?
machine, in a burning condition
ng I em, grenl
activity \??is ruled along th" entir?
front ?m the part of the artillery and
aviators "ii both aides.
An a"ack, apparently
against our eemel ?ry positions si
Bouches, could not be carried through
because .f our artillery.
Paria gave oui thia ital intent :
Th? artillei ? ombat eont inn?'?
m the -'?? tori of Souehei and '?? ?
ville. The enemj has thrown ?. i
Arrae and environs incen?
eh "tatted \ - - at ?. ai ?
!>ut these wer? quick
The enemy last night bombarded
viola n tly 'h? eel or of Roclii oui ?
well it ??'i ted to
th -? nth of the River Be rpe, in the
Department of l'a de Calais. Our
artillar) responded vigorou
i I r. '?...? .. i-.. n some ?? .? be men) s
beta ? en ' ' enehes in the
Neuville Our artillery h?? directed
an Intenta and efficacious fire egainst
? German trend,e? to ?he north
? I to the south of the Rivai
lent of 'he Somme, is '
upon Mi uvraignft.
In the Champagne district t Ger?
"a' m ine " ia e ? plo? ?i yeatei
a : orthwest of Perthes. hur
out i ng ? ?? d mage 1 ?
? of i ??? ??!al d? [???is of Ger*
In the Arg?.me we bombarded re*
paatadlj c? ?ier
? g constructed. Ill ir the (ierman
artillery . tspoi ded f< ?
rhert hav?- been artillery engsg.
uts, in which botl I . part,
TA R Ay Wcrld-Famous divers in
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ADMISSION 50... -Parking ?pace free.
Saturday, Monday, Tuesday *.nd Wednesday at 3 P. M.
? i -.-??? ? i< lud if *$ei ira:id Stand, 5oc
Admission, including see'. In Bo. it.*-"
Parking space Irei
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SATURDAY, OCT. 2d, NOON
Sheepshead Bay Speedway
OajaWCal -i?lii'l??in? ttaa. tttmat -?tumi Hr..-r?e?1 Beat! .eilr?'. S3.i-O.
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FIRST in ???? ? -t . . .;? ?: .u III.M
rtrketi tm tmtt ?I Taaem'o, Webbrt?e'n, lern -i Tttmat i~.~. Dertattw ?*???? ?-i.
i?.r..riti-ai??>>? '?H'l I'ni'll? Bervlee Hnrrmi talaaa-aaMlf ? d.i. ????awl* ?ml >?ii-r|i?
..f K II II?'? * ? "?? '?'????I Hlllin..rr h. ?il It,. ?|.?ril,iji torn ISM ,tr.?n.|
Thrnlrr li.l-rl tlttlie. M.,l..r I lui. ..f ., ?. '..i?rrn ' '.I .1,1 ,*;'. ??? ?. ?,
Hi ...kl.n !?. Hr.If.nl \,r . . H? ?ul |'| .. I -. . "II*.
What Captain X. of
the French Staff, has to
say in the October
of the Marne.
The inside -?tory of a
great battle, withmape,
r All P'orrittanda
ceo m |
eng ? hand
sdei at Vauquoi ? an.I a; Ep .
' i| ??,,. i,,,, ra -i? *'. '.:.' -
?I) bombarded tnp <;.
ii ny. on th?- bai ? of the Lou
?. , ' .
. ! ? -? Gondrexon snd Do
?V? I ? .. ? e\
?,.ml- A ? ?veral
um- of our dirigibles bombarded
nisrhl .? ital
?' the enemy wen
Delled l?verai . .
?7> m ; icend hastily. Flotilas
of seroplani ?
flans snd Vou ?iera, ? ? - nemy
Th? ' - . . communication
The enemy artillery ha? displayed
lomi ?? rmit -
tcntly several poinU "77 our front, in
the ? \\r
, ,,, . , , .
? 'iir srtiller; I b i dispel
pioneers around Mai I"ei
! Drii gfach I
U. S. GOODS NEARER
RELEASE BY BRITISH
Officials Kxpcct Rotterdam Can
ijocs To Bi* Freed.
Washington, Sepi State Depart'
fioni ? r;i- ' expressed confidei ?? to
day i'i hu early and satisfactory enm
pl.'t??-.u u: informal negotiations for
th>- rri??;?-?. of American-owned .
of German and Austrian origin now
>-,?-1.1 at Rotterdam because of ihe re
strictions of thr- B.itish Urders in
Further conferences with Hriti?h
Embassy officials won? held to-day, and
Foreign Trade Kd"\ er Fleming Inter
announced ? belief "that the matter
v ill h? broufrht to s head at an early
mom.?lit and adjusted to the sat
? oi of th? great l>"<ly of American
?mportei - "
Negotiations have had to An with the
tahce of required certificate!
proving actual contracta foi- ?joods at
British Embassy here, -:.?.-;ncr Amer?
ican ie expense and delay
of making application in London
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last two days for these
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After that you will have to pay
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i rather flat hrim with an up?
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has brought discomfort to many.
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