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and Princeton ?re
mighty rxoellrnt uni
.ersufic?. New > ork.
Philadelphia and Bos?
ton an* iniiaTrhtv exrel
irnt cities, too. But we
?till helieve thnt iomr
important newa of ??en
?-ral interest COBMI out
ol ntir? like Louisville
BIM ??i-.t?alo an?. To?
ledo And wr also be?
lieve that eonie mighty
rtant nrw? of C ol
lege athletics romr? out
of \*.'illiams and Prnn
Mate and Oherlin .So
we print it ? on the
/ ?rst to last?the Truth:
er armiei acroi? ?ne
ntiei ?r fritar, Pmt and further
? Pa saka Bad Kohane
-? ' the French and Brltlih
I ' tree who heve returned
? Berbioi froal are ?till cor.
? * * the troops of King Peter
? h? i their own. according to d:s
aloalco, where the of
-? ? . ? day
"J ? . von to be? '?0
la that Si re rru?hed," ?aid
eers. "Last Thursday
f Ralia. in the sector
ire mSBI are making
It took them
| eS on that
Sf Prussian and
to the rear.
lise is absolutely unbrok
? isrhi lighting every inch
"'>nlv "v. ear-rcn of the Allie? and
ght of *r.e Serbian? were lo.t around
Beljrr.de. GeraUM re
r thou eon BOB were de?
ed before thr eity wa? captured
'The ' . ? ii ipj Pire?, on the
'?.opt- to effect a
? -.he . >. r man? At the
present ret? ? it will be next
'tar before this can be done.
We left Nir-h m Sunday. At that
? aaly interrup*ion to railrpad
-.a- *hnt occasioned by the pai
of French tro?,;,? from Sal?nica
hH Bulgaria-i reld? on the
r the railway
h ?? si
I.I ? ? 'ibian War
red that the Bul
i ? eat the Salor.ics-N'i?h
? are places.
"The !o>? of littip has not even been
Threatened, but that point is of no
"The Serbian troop? who were die
patched the eaatern front to face
? Bulgarian? marched forward ling
belng overjoyed at the chance to
i ? * ti th?ir ancient enemy
.... r,t .-, r , .. -,,?lt,
"Throughout Serbia there 1? a con
grotlt ude to
a, on account of the assistance
th? medical commission?,
,-. believed to have ?aved the
' ? anmhilationby the typhus
? ri to-day were principally
t?j with thi
I Greet r, I te the Miles,
? whs approved or condemn. 1 I
the paper? side for or against the
"The Morning Tost," which hs? been
. . -
I - atiou.
? ? | the offe:
:?- bad diplomacy
?ice island, with
fertile soil, a p< ?
? factory rev?aos and a flourishing
?i?de." 8?y* "The Morning Poa? "
?'Now we propo?e to give it away ifl
*., brio? Greece to fulfil her'
i, , ' gstloi Ws do not like the
traaeaetion II ?? ? b?d precede* ?
ur.ge orh?r count
,-?? foi ta?
?tippe- When 'he British Kmpir
?jg r-ar* of it?elf
might ? lered ss ia s had ? ?
itreni IS Pa.ken? ?e.
hoadi Moot rSie. ?'?-.igi
de?per.te'.\ ?gh ? ? great odd?, and
- IBCOI 01 SSVlOg er grot? I BfB
mote. The ?00001 to OOOlt
Balkan? Is no? ?Ve result of mere n
??.??. but ol Inabllltj to ?*and by i
? , r ? ?'?? I .p 10 our enrm'
are for e? urnge.
??*.' ?nd hide diplomar;., but
tokei ' *
f gifts, our n
ur.l ?dv?n*?ge? and Superior re?oun
V - ? a'pfVlC? "
"The K\?r,.:k? Standard" ?sy?:
"Our policy would be far ?tronger
we cea.ed ton ? IBOO the iritervi
tion of Greece si sll
Thi. ni'wspep'r ???ert? the Qui
? | ? ? h? failed ts recogn
? .. second d.imi?.
of Premier Vealseloe, and interpret?
?>? demoastrsting tr.e deliberate lats
tion <- f King i oastaatine sot to si
with the Allies
"The K.rg ,:oub,le?i hs? reckon
with Greek p;b,,c opinion," "'!'
Kvealng Btaadard" continue?, "and
far there ar<- : a ?:gr-* t'r.at th? rot
policy it aufl? p?palos to i
ces?it?te it? abar.donment. Th? on
way in which the Aille? can indu
? 'o comply w-,?h her treaty ob
| l| by pressera. If Greek in'?
\e*- oi ii neeeoeary toi as are ma
rrn..e QroBCI rosllss the unpleasa
co' sequence? of treaty breaking, (i
command of 'he M? d.terr.-.nean giv
Oa a powerful weapon, and ?ve.po
are made to be u?ed "
Need More Troops at Sal?nica.
The Athen? corresponder.? of tl
Pan? "Matir." ?end? the following u
der date of Wednesday:
"The only way of indue rr Cruce
take military ac'ion .? to load iTOO
to Sal?nica in loflacient numbers M;
l?ter? Flliot and Denr.doff .Sir V K.
F.lliot and Prince Elin I'emidoff, r
ely Brltl?h and Busaion mini
ter? to l>r.?ei' have calle.l on Premi
Zoim'.s, bu' no collective cctioi. b] '!
Allied minister? is probable a-, prOBOl
for it would have lfttle rhsnoa sf an
ceil. The Rumanian military attacl
here i? daily Ifl rloie relation with b
German colleague and the German Mi
The Par.? newspaper? welcome Gre,
Britain's reported offei to c? .' :
to Greece h ? at tl a Entern
diplomacy bsi rhe doma.n <
reaii'y papers sxproi
the opmior, that the propotal to mat
gift?. i -ia an?i other ter
i ;tory is like dispesiag of the bear
?kin before tr.e animal is killed, bi
' add that Cyprus belongs to Knglari
. ia a gnt worth having, be.ng th
lineal the archipelago aft"
? and having a Greek populatioi
N'evertheleaa, most of the writer
expre | doubt! ?s to ?he sur
re?? of Great Bi taln'i move. They sa
bel ? ? t hss eome too late, an
tuation of the F.n
? .......a ? .nr.? i? bad!
comprorr..s. I, Soma '?'? the ed I
'ay that Creek Intervention won
tr.nsfoim I tlofl radically, n
pec-ally if Rumnriit ?Iso moved, but ?
Ided *hat Prora ai Brotiano of Ru
mania refused - of ||. Vein
relos. sr of Greece, whei
?he situation wa? much better.
A telegram recrived here from Sofil
? hy of Berlin make? a categoric:.
.. of the report thai the Bulgaria)
eity of Stramnitza has been capturad b?
At glo-Fn hi BiesSSg?
statoi that in ? ?? which tool
place wi'h a few Bulgarian detach'
it.' ? '? the Frenri' and British were de
I and were I i make an-,
advance toward . ? -ntier
The Preset" General Staff has al.c
stated that the ? I took place
Bl Strum- and not al
S'rumnit7.a. which ?s far to tr.e ea-.1
? GERMAN OFFICIAL.
To-day's ? U ierman Army
Headquarters regarding operations in
the Balkan! i? ar, follow?:
Army Group of Kiel! Marshal VOB
Markenser, The army of General
von Koeve--? ?! holding the Arnayevo
The army tl General von Gall
wita has pushed forward as far a?
ovsc and Trnovar, in
? ? ? ' . non ' Hanovac.
The army of General Boyadlieff 1?
rnip ? r progre?? north of
Report? retarding other ?ection? of
rmlei yet arrived.
Kumanovo ha? been occupied by
other Bulcarian army division?
Vele/e ha? been taken.
tas the enemy ha?
been driven acro.?s the Vardar River
Germans Lose Nineteen Aircraft.
Petrograd, Ocl 22. "The Bourse
Gazette" Fays that the losses of the
German air fleet In the Baltic rep-ion
have been two Zeppelin?, four alba?
tross and twelve Taube aeroplanes and
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of the Wanamaks. business?54 years ago.
I he manufacturers whom we have
chosen to make \_ anamaker clothing make
BO other clothing jut* t like ours. I hey are
asked to, for every one of them has built
his reputation in u measure upon the tact
that he can make clothing for Wanamaker s.
But our way costs a little more, and?well,
that's too serious a proposition for most
clothiers to consider
Fall Suits, $17.50 to $40
Topcoats and Overcoats,
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Full, fine asscr tments in all sizes.
Broadway at Ninth St.. IMew York
Assault Enemy's Lines on
Coastal Front and in
FIERCE FIGHT RAGES
Invaders Repulsed Kverywhore.
Says Vienna, but Battle
Paris, Oet H After their ar
had pounded the Austrian positiOBI for
.t'y hour?, ths Ital.an? began a gen?
eral ofTeii?ive VOSterdei Bgainsl the
Tvhide I?oii7" t'rot.t, wher? T Imlno.
-..ted by the Krn forts, an.
I. " 117 ; m . the key to Trieste, ti r ? thi
jectivei 1 ' ? sttecli itill eontinoes. In
th- C.irnic Alp?, on the Tyrolean front
the 1 nitei si reetlno,
assault? by ths ii.v.der art? also r? i ? i d
ed by the Auf tri:.- *H ?.: Offic.
The hottett lighting Ii taking . lees
on ths co??tal iron! aroBBi
and '". * bs Deherds
plateau, .?outh "f Gol
tack? in both FSetors were rs|
with heavy lo??e? to the SBSBiy, ??>?
The Statement IsSBSd bj the War
Offles in ViennR *ays?
A? expected, .???lerday forenoon.
af'er an srtillsry preparation of
more than fifty Lout?, the in-.
force* "f the Itahnn arm]
geaerelly to ?torm sgali il
BS in the coH?tal district, the th .r I
..<?!_ ?-irre the war began. Bitter
fighting i-- proceeding a1 'he Krn
An attack by Mobil* M I
steal Hi sfsinsl the Ki
IBppon mi?carried. ondei hsavj
losse? A ?econd at'.ck in this r
gion, after a short time, wai unsuc
eeSSfal, owing to our lire The _, Id
before our position wh? eovsred with
The Tolmino bridgehead sttsckl
uer? chiefly directed again tMrslivrh
and the seathein perl ol oar de?
fensiv?- front. All the i.Murks were
sanguinarily repulsed. The Italian
leSBCI were ai -u t.. BVy here.
At Monte San Mich?le strong hos?
tile force? in the afternoon pene?
trated the covers of our trenches.
but were everywhere rcpul?0(i b_ 0 II
? ?unter-attack? and our former pos?
tions are again in our possession.
After ?everal attack? the Italian*
ia? ceeded in pi
trenches In a neighboring sector, but
none of them returned.
The southwest plateau likes .-?
was the ?rene of a isngainsry ?trug
ThorS were repeated hand to
hand encounter? and thi losses were
'Hiring the pieviOBS night 'he
fighting "ti 'he n'atc.u ?if Doberdo
? ? -.-.r . ? ?} iBdlminished vio?
In the Carinthia, Hoch wei shen
Meen. Monte I'aralba end Flocken re?
it ' ? ' ,
attacks were repulsed There i?
continual violent artillery fighting
01 ths Tyrolean front.
(in the Dolomite? front new Ital?
ian attack? broke down again?t our
Rom?. Via Pari -. I 0? t, I
temeal ire 1
th? Italian War Office ?ays that "the
offensiv* laceessfnlly began in ths
, Tyrol and Trentino has been extended
all along the sue *o the ?en" snd '
"many Au--trii.ii positions ha\e been
TELLS TEUTON SIDE
: OF CAVELL CASE
"Yossische Zeitung" ?ives De?
tails of Accusations- Prince
de Croy Involved.
Amsterdam 'via London ', ?Vl tS.
The Brussels corresponde"! of the
"Vi I ;?che Zeitung," describir |
trial of Mill Kdith Csvel] snd
i-.-.?! ;,e?-M?n? accused w?tb her. ?ays:
"The evidence showed the ex>
ef | regular organiza' ng offi?
cer? and men of th.. allied armies, who
had been left behind m Belgium, aver
tin Dutch frontier. Most of the thir?
ty-.ve of the accused did not deny th I
accusation. On ths contrary, they de
clared they considered it their duty
te he'r> their country.
"The leader of the organization wa?
Trince Reginald de Croy, who could
not. be arrested, but whose wife. Pria?
ces? Mane de Croy, wa? among the
accused. The chief accomplice of the
Princess wa? Miss Cavell.
"British and French soldiers were
smuggled over the Dutch frontier with
the help of the Countess de Belleville.
Regals! stages were ..tnbll-hej and
the officer? and soldiers were escorted
from stage to stage hv trustworthy
I ersOBS to a central point, and taken
to Hollaed, which was done at the deal
of night over the Suburban Tramway
Line to the frontier. Ifis* Cavell de
nied having compelled other person?
to lodge fugitives when her own hou?e
SWEDES ANGRY AT GERMANS
Declare Trawler Shelled Submarine
BvalOB in Neutral Water?.
Bteckhelia, Oct. 22. ?Swedish bbws
papers exprc?? indignation at the at?
tack by a German armed trawler on
h* Swedish rubmarine Hvalen off
. tad, yssterday. Although it wa
?hat ths Hvalen wa? mistaken for a
n? tish suhmarine. the newspaper*
Itats that the weather wa? clear, that
",e vessel's flag wa? easily dlsl -
guishahle and, moreover, that the IBb
marine was in Swedish water? when
LAUDS HER WOW
I milImi'il from piiK.1? I
showed any sign? of ?Btigue. Nevei
? ? . he wm ?.or a robust woosoi
I do not know her sge. but I Imagin
she was betwoOB forty and fifty. Ht
huir was ?iightly gray.
\ - iyi sha WM calm ?nd inspire
" among the patinent? Sli
ed occssloBslly, b if wes not is
clineil toward humor. She impresse
itrsfl er or 'he outaider as a w-om
tool life nnd her work ?c
Mr. Gilbert ?aid Mi?? Covell ?eldor
left the institute and found much tim
for ministering to the poor and il
ions of the neighborhood
Friend of Children.
She was I .7 y popula
throughout the ri*y," he ?aid. Every
body anew of h.-r ami her work. I re
hildren playing in the ?tree
phi her sid when 'hey ha
met with -?m? trivial mishsp. A bo
with a cut finger would) '? got alnrmei
o\,,r the bleeding because he kne*.
Miss ' svell would take care of him
an 1 man;, children applied to her alom
for tr? eat
"Abo?lut? frankne?? was typical o
the woman, Whatever ?he ?aid to thosp
who kae*a her or worked with her wa:
? one., as the whole and un
adulterated truth. Thi? franko?
? ha ned convict her.
"I think h.-r hoapitol wai under rh?
? ? Brit -h, Ambassador
The BeTj irse s I o atteaded m?
me da-, 'he Ambassador caller
and eonferr? d b It)
Mi.- i ,.',.,; about the work.
"I WSI B patient under bei rare fot
days. Daring that time I learner1
? lid WOra she was doing ir
Be gium. Near ihe end of my stay !
nvited by Mill ''?veil to take ten
in her own apsrtmeats, There she told
me of her ambition to establish a big?
ger sad better hospital in Brussels
. hod been handicapped for a Ions
? ? | by lech Of fund , but eventually
financial aid had eomc to her and she
have moved late her new build?
ing In A a* . I IU| p iscd the war and
the suboeejuent occupation <>f Bruise!?
? . , . prevented the project
I from gOin| through.
"She spoke always of England and
her desire to have a well equipped
mace m Brusasla where Kngli?h speak?
ing persons could be cared for when
ill, While devoted to her country. Mi??
i wa? by no meaas elsaaish. Her
? .lining place for
many youag foreign women, who
IS of nursing Bnd
returned to rh?.r respective countries
equipped to impart that knowledge to
eOUBtryWOmea. Sha had several
(ierman girl? at the in?titute when I
v.a^ there, as well as Pelgian and
"Misa Chvell'? place wa? what the
English call a nursing home. It wa?
a haven to English speaking person?,
but wa? | e to folk of all nations and
was well managed.
"In going to Misa Cave!! a ?trleken
??ranger it, a ?trange land could not
fall into be'ter hands. Humanity ha*
lost a great friend, England a wonder?
General Was? Ru??ian Leader In Eait
Prusala at Beginning of War.
Petrograd, Oct. 22. General Rcn
nenkampff ha? been placed on the re
Goaerel Renner.kampff came into
prominence during the Russo-Japgne?3
war, being regarded a? one of the
a*l. ? of the Ruialan commanders
Early in the prisent war he led the
Ru?-..-?:' lovsalea of Fas? Prussia It
wsi reported 1b December that he had
been superseded because he wa? two
?lay? late in taking up a position when;
the German armies advancing ofl War
BBW were to hate been hemmed in.
Little has been heard of him in recent
nia Berlin "Tageblatt" said lait
hat he wa? a prisoner in Petro
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Suhearm .tsfaw *i r*i??f -?^
Viereck Attacks Whitloek
for Protesting Cavell Killing
Mini*? Know?. Traitor-? Must Die by the Rufet ?A War,
Writes F.ditor, hut Sedu Chan??- to F.ntrr Lime?
light and Aid Allies.
omment on th? Cavell ca?e, b?
?ter Vieri i -?. will . t?pe?i
.- . . |
"Mrs. ( a? .11 and Brand Whitlock.
"In Bel) 181 :' Britlsk war trsltOI
who had been conspieuou? for her
Is behalf of the Allie?, on being
apprehend?-'! wa? fr!"d. cunfe???,) of her
| si d sras dul> executed Thi?
regrettable incident ?n the busine??
sr. Nathan Hale, the American
patriot, wea haaged by ths Bagllsh for
? | ?atr.e crime. Bu' Washing'"?, did
not call King George's troop? cruel foi
tl at reaaoa, and when Major Andre wa?
? Washington Insisted that he
Ih- spy i? the most danger
1, 11 f' ? __> armv can deal with. It
ha? been a long roeogalsed rule of war
' ? ? when caagnt the spy, or wai
trait??? , -?cited. Thi? was the
Ifrs Cavstl, *_? Fngii?.
narSS, Now, Brand Whitlock knows this
si -,e.? a? aaybody sise. But h* ?aw
leal an opportunity te ipring
into the limelight and to aid th? Allies
So h'- f'.r'h? th wiote a lrchrymo?*
and ms ' in' if tho affair to the
! ?? irn OSes in London. The Ger?
man? have in thi? w_r more than one?
bees the victim* of English nurse?. It
i? ea*y lo recall the dramatic note
Resdlng t<? h-r broth
er. Garhan Hauptmann at th* time
' a remsrksbfs poem In behnlf of
Richard Reading'? si?ter. We, htr.
quote her letter that speak? for
" 'Pcptemher 2?, 1914.
" 'My Dear Brother I am pleased to
henr you are in rood ?pin?. I ?i?h
????? with poe I weald Ilka to be ?
nur?e. I am sure I eould kill one o
two Germans But good luck
" '"?'our Safeetionste ?i?rer,
??JE ' ' '
"Arcording to BOWSpspO! ??h ??-?. i I
of th" German ?piea rooontlj I
In Louden wa. Mr. von Wedell, former
lv of New V.'ik He was seised bj thi
l.riM?h authoi?ti,*? oa hia
and charged with having es- ited G?
man officer? of res..; ?.????
'"nited S'stes to return ?.. I
try W'ha? he wa? aPoged to hi'' ?
In a neutral country. Mr-, Covell was
COavicted, by c..-irt marnai, to
doi e withifl the territory aader German
War administration The fa th*0?1
the 0B0 ra?e the aulprit WS! I
in 'he i,th??r ft female cannot mskl ?
posalble difference. Such it the item
Boceasity of war.
"The regulation? of the Uatted
State? Federal armle? dwell .?.:
? la point Ob April ?24, It
'lierai Ordere, N" I"". ? ?
lag riling: 'Section 1OJ : The Law of
War, like th? criminal law
othei oifeneoa, recogolsea as stfaT?
so account f the sei ' 11
concerning tho spy, the WBI ' ':- '
the war rob? I
"However, the whole mttier *'?
what exteal our Anglophiles will go.
Doubt les? ?pie? of both SOSOS SIS S
ed in all the heiligeren! arm,.-? almoat
every day But we shall wait :? very
long time before Broad Whitloek will
protest ??? ?Qj on? because a Genooa
spy ha? been executed."
AT CAVELL CASE
"A Terrible Thing," Say?
German Editor of Eng?
lish Woman's Death.
Men and women prominent nation
a 11 y were outspoken yesterday in thei
rrndemnation of Germany for the ex
edition of Mis? Fdith Cavell. Man;
expre??ed fo surprise a' Germany.
action, holding the deed to be con
sisfent with th. war policies of thi
K .fser. Other?, especially the met,
felt that humanity had been outraged
"Shocking and BtrOCiOBB." said Osea.
Straos. "Germans ha* no appr?cia
tien of th? public conscience."
"It is a terrible thing," said Het?
m?n Bidder, editor of the "SteatB-Zei
tung." "It sr>em? too awful thai
things should have to happen. Then
should never be a necessity for thf
SXSeation of a woman under any cir?
Vet Mr. Bidder, like George Syl
ve?ter Viereck, tried to condone the
offence by adding that had the ess*
been taken before 'he Ka;?cr Mi?
Cavell would "probeblj have bees
saved." Mr. Rl.lder added!
"There arc times whsn Gern1?*! eom
mander- may do thing? in the he-it o'
???ar 11 whlell '?'? '-ri *'? 'i SB !, ?
will not support them "
"Only t':, \ ' ; forces and ?"ich ?
navy ??? Americs h_* itai di In ths way
of the ?ame thing beii g dOBC h- re a?
was ?lone in Belgium by the Gern
-aid Maurice Lson, the international
lawyer. "Mi?? Cavell I SI il"*. :
vain. The world now may r?-"! foi
it?elf what has happened m Art
Dr. Katherine B Davis, Commissioi
er of Charities, ?aid:
"This i? IBCh a brutal thing that If
i? astounding any nation would n?>
iiiit it. I'nder no circumstance? ?hould
the Germas tl I M have permitted
the killing of Mi<s Csvell. They migh*
have be,.n dcCBBt enough to
little while in order to trive Mr. Whit?
lock time to proies'"
"It Is ?o awful I don't know what to
Bay, declared Mi?? Florence Guernsey,
president of the i'-,?-.- F?d?ration of
Women'? Club?. "D is ths most In?
human, 'he no?t moastfOUS 'hing ?ha*
ha? happened ?inee the outbreak of th?
Andrew far*.?crie ?nid he WOSld rio'
traal himself vet to my what .??
thought of Miss Csvell's c.. mtion.
Profesor Franklin II GiddingS, of
Columbia University, drew attention
to what he termed an Interesting con
trast in the tieatment of German ?pie?
in Fngland and that of Miss I
"The entire civilized world will ex?
press its horror at a government that
profesfces to be civilized that can per
pptrnte anything of that kind," Pro?
fessor Guiding? added. "It was a par?
ticularly -?tupid thing to do."
Miss Olive Carpenter, a leader of
the Wnmer.'? Peace Party, compared
the fate of Hiss Cavell to the frsal
meal accorde,1, Mrs. Herbert by tho
British authorities after her conviction
ns a spy.
FOR MISS CAVELL
Continue?! from BOS* I
of the Belgian . choo! for Nurses, ask?
ing that M?BS Cavsll's bodj h" deliv?
ered to the school foi oarses, of which
she was the dirOCtrSSB,
"I have not received a written reply
to my note to Baron I.ancken 01
subject, but he easss te ?es me yo*te.
rfay afternoon and stated that the bodv
had been interred near the prison of
St. Gilles, where ths ei took
place, and that, under the regu
governing ?uch cases, it wa? imp'
to exhume the body without written
permission from the MinistOI of Wai
"He added that he had no authori'v
to ask for nermi-?1"!! to exhume the
body, but tnat Immedistel] .non the
return of the GoveiBoi General he
vvould reque?' him to take ths matter
"I ?hsll hope to be able to tell gOS
that we have a' ISSSl been able to ac?
complish this small service."
Kaiser Psrdons Tw.? Women.
The publication of Mr. Whitlock'? re
port was followed closely by that of a
dispatch essanating from M
?? . I g that the Kaiser bai
King Alfonso that in- has pardo:
i toss ds H- lia* " bullor
and the other Belgis
death in Belgi ,
e?cape of pn?on< r lold'eis
The Harue | via London
Indieaaal ever the execution .,?'
Edits i svell, the "Nies ?
after relating the ?tory o*' her execu?
tion, call? her "one of the great mar?
tyr? of the centurie?," recoenising the
fact, however, that by sheltering her
CW_ countrymen, who wer?- en?-" . '
Germany, she committed a pur.:.-hable
"The execution wa? inhuman,"
the paper leclan-? "The Germ.ir.? ap.
parently dociied to g:ve a '?
exampl'-. wh'ch. BOWOVtr, 01
emhitferment and ????
opinion >n rie.*--?! counti
man> Ii ruling Belgium - IBBSCSI
sary cruelty and r.?ri.....__." j
<BLOT ON HONOR
OF GERMAN ARMY'
Press United in Denounc
in? the Cavell
snub to america
is sf:p:n by ?some
Txplnins Why World Dreads
(iprrnutt Success. Says
"|t i? worse than a crime; It II a
?loader," ?aid Pouebd of Napoleon'?
iry exe'tition of th? young Hue
dTnghleo. The action of the German
, autl n'.e? in Belgium who
-,! Edith Cavell, an English
nursf, helon-?'? likewise to th. cla?? of
blunder? tha' are worse than crime?
bed) whs la BOl a '.?rrrun know?
that the German.? might better have
? m army corps thOB to have ?hot
.hi? woman for the comparatively
trivial offence that ?he committed. Her
blood will blot the honor of the ?1er
man army sad th? GermOfl government
for generarions to come. It la one of
* eoaOOl be erase<|, and
,- QtUliea hence German h:?torian? Will
he at". si .7 ''"r the ruthlossaoM of
a milit aader wbo was unable,
, -?? ? mightier
thi'.ri the lett? r of military law.
Nothing is more pathetic I -
tu??, than the unfortunate
woman'a realization that mercy was
? -, i,e . xt'. i ted from the n
. nor i ala, aavs "Th.- Bun.
She admitted her offeBee, the Bidiag of
? i Bi it ih, I-'rerch sad Belgian
loldierB to escape; concealed nothing,
! equivocated nothing, disdelBOd to ?' OS
; weakness in Iks prose?os of her
I, anil met her fate without fal
, te ring.
To all Germaaa w-ho have not he-en
eo*rrupta*td by PruasisB militarism the
OOtiat of hnplc?S
Edith < r. '?: the dead of nigh' he
i hind : alls will always be ..
lory. More than a'l the
couata in the Brycc reoorl <>:" atrocitie?
? ".?li weigh in the seule
' itlgme '. for it hat struck the
? world with I oi ror.
Ormany ha? brought herself Into a
position where the world turn? from
her ;ri horror and dreads nothing ?o
much a? the lueceil of her arm?
"I i ? ? -per ? of Edith 'avell
but rariieil ,.u? the spirit and purpose
of the imp? rial military policy. They
did 'heir psrt Ifl tli<* I i,ruing of the
brutal, is si giae. It .? becauic
of thi? spiri f these purpoie?, of sach
deeds ..? that et Brassais, that Gar?
mai i I a- I? ? her standing among civ
[lired not i de? oted to the Ideal *
humanity and of progress; it i. be
? ? of these things that thn prayer
goes up in all the peaceful countries
of the earth that het enemies may tri?
umph, to th? end that ?uch a ruthless
rule may not he established in power
upon the earth."
There migl," Si wsll have been no
ran I.?garnir. Ifl Bru!?e!s.
It will be noted tha? the Ger?
man government SUbseqUOBtly lent
n ?lemand to the Spaninh govern?
ment ?-? ? si the carrying out of
the death k the ease of two
Preach women tor whom the Spaniih
Minister wsa plesdlag jo ntly with th?
American 1 ?d neon ?kferre 1.
There is no record that it ?ent any
communication to any one connected
with tha sovernraent of th;? eouotry,
. , . - Reventlow lias given the ex?
planation. Judging from the general
tone of the German press, thi.? <?
?S to I as a friend or foe of
Germany entirely by its dealings with
Greet Britsiu. it i? *o be expected
that rescntmen* will be shown in other
ways, ev.'i perhaps to the extent of
reviving tho "Friends of Peace" and
the German - American Alliance on
URGED BY TAFT
'Says It Must Be Able to Repel
Invading Force of 250,000
.Men a Month.
For protection ?gainst foreign power?
the t'nited Statei needs a navy equal
to that of any country which can ?pare
250,000 men a month for invaaion, ex
President William H. Taft told IJSSQ
P?i-on? at the Brooklyn Academy of
Music la?t night. W'th thi? and a?le
quate coast defence?, he added, thii
country was ?afe. He declared we were
much nearer preparednes? than alarm
i?t? would have us think.
Mr. Taft asserted that militatri.m was
a bugaboo, hoped I arranza would bring
i asee to MesiC l uni complimented Will?
iam J. :.:; lags Bryaa.
? We can'* afford a big army," he
?aid, "beCBBBC WS would either have to
pay privates 141 | month or try con
scriptioo. I trust General < arran.-.a
Mexico, but If he dries
t ora face 'he pr.i?pect of interven
: require an army of
250,000 men ami' allow ,hree years to
.ate that eouotry. The task i?, I
-, ihr.-" ?.mea a? difficult as that
of ending the insurrection In the Phii
qootiag Mr Hryan'i remark that the
? ! States could furnish 1,000000
BOB -' ? moment's notice, Mr. Tuft
T know th? difficulties of shipping
16,000 troops to th? Mexican border,
and if Mr, Bryan can at'-rid to the
? ' . to ? j?iven point
' ? than I.
? wer with a foreign
'h in ever hefor?-," Mr.
"?he A'lan'.n* and l'a
.?ari? were excellent barrier? in
me of Napoleon. Now we BOOd a
sfeaees sefleleat to
repel t of a:.*, force .ent
- i\nj nation able to ?pare
?'i men a month for InvastOB must
-ure of our naval and coast
DIVING TO BE A NAVY ART
Gunner Mlllscn. BsCBfd Holder. To Re
in < barge ?if Newport S? hool.
g ?choo! for ?living at
Newport torpedo station wa? or?
dered by UsaiBlBIJ aUniels to-day. The
?-?or of oronance, tommindir John
K BakiSBB? will be In command a? in
I of diving.
Gunner Qoorgo I' Stillson, commend?
ed by the department for darlog aid
?'-.?? ? ?he raising of -?,a
? l- i i. ? He ule. will be ai
n , mtne
BChOOl. Stlll?o l
MtiUa.ilied a record for J.cpiei divtng.
-__r se. MS__.sei _ ?fi? A. rnur **? **_ - ... .* -x*e\
?Smart Appaf?l for the
Discriminating Young Miss ?
We rrt-int-in the Mm* hitf-i standard
in our Mil...' Apparel ?s in our styles
for Women not omitting o_. ?of . of
qvn1it*i the same rich duve- ***?*?**-'
tyns, cashmere velours, velvet?. *
corduroys - -the same high quai- \
ity of fur and the same finish
and nicely of detail prevails.
Sails, for tramping, skating, util?
ity .tul ??-mi dress Drestes, for
Dancing, Matinee?, (ailing, efc
Coat?, l^r street, sportswear,
anil (Ires* occasions
Chic A Vu Millinert/ /a7 yOr' 'i
b tfr^r ?*^
S mart. Youthful Furs ?1
Angora Skating Sot??Knitted Silk
Sweaters?and Knitted Wool Sweat
er? with and without fur trimming?.
Andarte gri.toae <?/ . ???' *^^Zl^^p
pf??i ,_A1 flEEf I _ -u, ::"r?^
A'i?rn?m_. .i?'.? Bsrtts JfeesfcS-MB. rtfSt hp < ...-_,:_?_
To satisfy the B-titti. tastes of 'he -?ult-ire?. BtuiC-BB
ths action of a player piano must be fasfsmffy r?spr?n
fiive to ths will of tliA psrforfl-Sr. The Kranich ?
B_C_ Player Piano is the on'y one equipped with a
"Single Perforated Vahe" system -the matt respon?
sive ever invent .?1. The pftssage of air in UM pat*
mati. action is always in a direct lino, gnd not aro'in.
bonds and angles, as in si' oth??r play" BCtiom.
and Player Pianos
Step tnto a real piano factory and make your ,.?./'
233 East 23d St
.= 16 W. 125th St
BAY STATE CALLS
FOR U.S. DEFENCE
Citizens Urge Congress to
Inquire Into Present
IB? T?fai>h to Tha MBaoi i
Boston, Oet 2- Several thousand
perion? packed TreflBBBt Temple to?
night, and nf'er hosriBg dlBtlOgBishod
speakers prese, t the serious a?pec'? ??"
the problem. enthusiastically and U'an
imou.lv adopted resolutions favoring
an inquiry Into the national defence
and the enactment of legislation to <??
able the I'nited Statei to re?i?t inva?
The meeting was held und?r the di
rection of e. prominent commit'e
one hundred, including leading sduca
r.,r?, h:ink?-r--. ImUryeri and hu?
men, reprBSOBting -.ne Mossochasetti
branch of the National Boearit)
Leagaa. (;ov?rnor David I. Walsh nre
- led The resolution? adopted on mo?
tion of Mayor Carle* were ns follows:
"Whereas, We believe that the ques?
tion of national defence is the m"*-*
vital issue before the people of the
I'nited State?, row, therefore, be it
"Res'dted, That we, either*.? of Ma?
isehasetto, In tna?? meeting assembled.
? do urge BBOfl our public official! and
BOBteseatativoa in <ongre?s the ne
te?ity of an immediate and thorough
< \aminratlon Into the eBndltlon of the
armed force! of this country.
"And we further urge upon such of?
ficiels and Representatives the enact?
ment of such legislation a? may be re?
quired to enable the I'nited Stutei to
luecessfullv resist armed invasion "
Governor Walth made th? following
"Take the question of national de
fence absolutely out of politice.
"We ihou'd prepare a permanent
council for national defence, con.-istir.g
of the President of the I'nited States,
the Secretaries of War and Navy, the
chiefs of ?taff of our army and na.y.
the president? of the War College and
*:ie Navy College and other h.adl of
our military sad naval force? ami the
chairmen of the Way? and Mean?,
Military and Navel committee? of Con?
"Maintain ? navy of ?ufficient
strength, in i-onjunction with our land
force?, which will repel any attack by
"Kquip our coast defence? with the
latest gun? and ammunition and ?uffl
cient men to handle the gun?.
"Make efficient the organized militia
of the several state?.
"Increase the auxiliary branrhei of
the army, namely, the field artillery,
the engineering corps and the lignai
"Double the sise of our Military
Acaiiemy a" West l'oint, or build a
?irnilar school, BSlag the increaied
number of officers to instruct our or?
ganized militia up,,I aitiseai generally."
i'nited Btatea Beaator Weoka ?aid, in
part: "It || no- nere.sary to be BBS?
t'-rical on thi? nuhjeet of mili?
tary preparedaess, te re cegatas tas
fact that WB are not m condition
to do the things which we BUM h
railed upon to do. Th?* eoadil
th.r.gs in the world have changed. We
have been going SB for a term of year?
?pending a \ery BOBSidoroBls amou.it
of money developing h n..vy and main?
taining an arrr.v <?r the army of -
men ?carcelv 1",". 0 ?,r? on continental
American ?oil BOt munv mon- tl
mere police fore* ami WS COOld ?iot
bring home the balance f w<- becam.
inverted in war. but would have to
?em) other? to tiuir rt-l.ei
Wa have a good BBVV, but it s not
up to the ?tatidard which we lid f
required under modem condition?.
There are those in the past who have
'eared that Ars might
t on of militar?an! H . Governor h?
rerj a Isels and r>*o.>erlv ??
argua ...'b. layiag that II s :
bis ifl a eountrv where all people are
J? 50% REDUCTION *J
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Japanese Expel Four Germans.
Yokohama, Japan, Oct. It The J??
anese au'horitie? have ordered th* im?
portation of tear Germans *h' IIBSSl
nected with the ftm ef Otto ItisWf
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Interests of Japan ar.d her ?lUSS.
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