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. Troops Regain
? us in Battle
F1RES : NEMY CRAFT
Takes Place 3.000 Metres
sartuir For? Destroyed
, ;:t in
'? sve retaken
, on by
. and to bo ?
: n ?n or woman;
yet the best of its
land : - a pair of
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ail you need to know
about a glove. "
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Kecking the asiaul
'.inns are taVcir
- tad Giveeehy di
'**. rhil? il SI v firs it reported
-o du-?!, ."..non metre? up.
vrhieh ?,iv? thai
? '. .ri enemy era
twentj metri t, ss
- ? re f-lmo't ii
tan) it sa
? ? Pre
? ? . titi.? of the most in
of the old defence
SI Si deSl royed l?v a
: ,ir.e t" the "Eche ?i
'lesion is said to hav
caused the (?cuth of eighty (?erma
?,!?? official eommunicatio
wai ?lined by the French War Offic
The tlav was comparatively caln
Artillery setioi * ''.ok place in Artoii
of LoOS and Givencli?.
?he Oise, i
-ion of Foaqoeacourt.
Ir the face of the activity of th
artillery, our earn opened ac
de) et * ibsrrv?
? .t enabled u
?ey of oar fire.
?? ? grensdei continue
iiuitc de Souair
where we made tirt??,'rc??<. Betweei
th. and the Meuie, neu
itt? ei destroyei
reservoii ning luffocatini
? .11? ..ne of our aero
plai ? . ?- ? hase si ? height o
1,000 metrei to a tierman machine
? ah!?* to approach within a dis
tance of twenty metre's and attack i
th machine tuns. The enemy SSVO
oh Are immediately and ex
ploded. The two paiiongen fel
within our line near Till?lo?.
The Belgian official eommunicatio
ion has been quit
Interne along the whole Belgiai
front V. conntei thelled elective
|y ? ng batterie*?. S)..
I .?: r Poeiele and dis
. eonvoy and a company 01
he road from Dixmude to BtOOB
.Ml statement said:
in our machine (runs la?
night ted the enemy from re
tine the field worht previooi
lv destroyed by u- in the region o
? rth of Arras, at a poin
of Hi 140, t.ur curtain of fir
. to a Gemas at
wfa ich hatl bee
. by the exploi on of a min?
During the tlav of yesterday <m
artillen b< ml d deati-eye
the Sainturin mill in the vicinity o
b? ??!'. "r
? ii .Iff.-nee.
In th" Ch '.net we hav?
? y nie an:
in that fion
. II cured i
? the south o
iplet. To the east <>f Hutti
???i attacks \vc*r<
tering the Germai
tei <??-. ? ening ha?
? two 1 $ us. The tiiihtinij
. on for the recapt
the poiitioni occupied by th?
The official statement issued at Ber
mpti by the enemy to contest
, ' A u he rive 'in the
el failed. In ad
- n. three
... n a position
? I about
ted from the
r. 120 men and
two wer? captured.
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Many Pepen Read at \nnual Meeting
of Mechanical Kngineer?.
of the thlr
of the Ameri
Engin? ei ing
v. eil I hlrty?
? rice will be
terday papers on
ad by F, W.
Babcock, Arthui Ii.
' ivid 1 ? dquitt, Hollit Godfrey,
\ I . Menti n, Robert
. er. Albert G Duncan, Frank W.
-, Jeseph P. (?ray,
: D Barlingame, 1. I Brooke, Ana
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There wa ? tmoker for members
guest at the club building last
ON THE CARSO
Storm Strong Trench in
Monte San Mich?le Zone,
Destroys Warship Off Valona
Fierce Shelling of Gorizia
Pan?, Dec. 8. Th? Italian? htve re
?umed their offensive on the Car?o
Plateau, south of Gorizia. They claim
to have captured a ?trong and ex?
tended enemy entrenchment in the
Monte San Mich?le -one. Vienna ad?
mit? the invader penetrated the Aut
trisn po?itions h?rc, but says a
counter-attack drove the Italians out
Counter-attacks by the Austrian? are
becoming more frequent and Rome re?
port? greater activity by the enemy
artillery'- After a preparation by heavy
fire tho Austrian? attacked in th?
I.e'lro Valley. Rome claims that the
MSSOltl were completely repulsed.
The Italian bombardment of Ooriiia
ha? almost put a stop to the ordinary
? il activities of the city. An Kx
change Telegraph dispatch from Zurich
says the Department of Commerce and
Industry, which remained in Gorilla
until its baildingt were ?truck by
?hell?, has been transferred to Vienna.
An Austrian submarine sank h ?mall
Italian cruiser off Valona on th" 'th,
says the Vienna statement.
The War Office at Rome made public
the following official communication:
Along tne whole front there has
been greater activity by the enemy's
artillery, to which our batteries ef?
fectively replied. The enemy is also
making an extensive use of asphyxi?
Monday afternoon an Intense prep?
aration by artillery fire wa? followed
by enemy infantry attack? agalnal
our positions north of Pre. in the
valley of the I.edro and to the east
of Piazza, in the Terrajcnolo Valley.
The attacks were completely re?
On 'he Carso front, despite ad?
verse weather conditions, our infan?
try is maintaining its sggresiivt
attitude. A brilliant action which
developed yeiterday in the northern
zone of Monte Bas Mich?le enable?!
us to capture a strong and extended
enemy entrenchment to the east of
Petcine. We took 1 ifi prisoners, in?
cluding eight officers, and a quantity
of rifles, ammunition and other war
Vienna pave out this statement:
On the Isonzo front the enemy ?'
tacked the northern portion of the
Doberde Mountain ehr.in. Northeast
of San Mich?le Mountain they pene
tratet! some trenches, but were Inter
driven out. In the San Ma-tiro sec
toe 'her effort? alio tilled
Sistiaaa <on the Gulf of Trieste.
has been bombarded !>\ Italian tor
One of our submarine? on the
morning of the ?ith sank a ?mail
Italian eroieer with two funnels off
Italy Must Raise New Loan,
Minister Tells Deputies
Rome. Dec. X. In a statement before
the < hamber of Deputies to-day. the
Minister of the Treasury, Paolo Car
rano, raid that the budget of 1014-'16
1 had been closed with I deficit of $567,
?00, 100. The badge! of 1911-10 showed
, a surplus of 1243,000,000, taking into
account th? war leSBI emitted.
Put. added the minister, the surplus
WSI mueh below the amount necessary
-,.r the expenditures Indispensable for
' ? nation of th.- war from the
end of December to the etui <>f June.
? her? fore, it was necessary to make
mother appeal to the Italian p-ople
f??r a great national loan.
Signer (arcano, ?peaking with refer
t ne? to the budget of 1910-'17, pre
t.icted neace would come before the
expiration of that period, and he es
'.turned a surplus of $28,000,0
o: the war. according ?
miniitor, reached 1(00,000,000 dui
the first tive month?, and would be pro
portionstely higher in the next
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KAISER TO CALL
He Appointed Them and
He Must Give Order for
ALLIES MAY NOT
State Department Request for
Safe Conduct Would Not Be
Washington, I'ee. 8. Emperor Will?
iam hat a personal interest in the
?vithdrawal O? ' aptain Karl Roy-Fd an?!
i ap'ain Frani von Papen, attaches of
the German Kmhassy.
Stute Department officials have been
informed that as the attaches wire per?
sonally appointed by the Fmperor he
probably will give personally the or
der for their withdrawal. It is un?
derstood that the offirials consider II
probable that the Rerun Fi.rei.cn Of
fire wa? prompted to ask what C
the ur'ion of the I'nited States in de
clarine; the kttet*S*M peneBS ROB irr,?*
so that .vln-ii ;. report of the ineidtnl
i? made to u?. Emperor R may b?
rorrip'.eU la sil d?la t
t The be'.i?f pr?Tsi??-d la official ?ir
c'.?? that Amb???ador Bern?-.orff would
not b? ?ble to inform Secrstary __B?
Blag that the w|?h?? of th? Unit?d
??.??.?? would b* eomp'.ed with b?for?
Satarday ??. the ??r'.ie??.
Any application for ?af? conduct for
? ?nt?in Boy-Ed and Captain ?on Papen
will be cor,?id?r?d by th? Allied goT
en aaaata ?o'.ely a? a reque?t of th?
Us tad Ba-taa
The first impu!?? ?mnng repretenta
?;ve? of the Al':;?? wag flatly to refu?e
?o enter late ?r.v undertsiung to re?
frain from treating the two Germtn
officer?, saca they ?r? deprived of their
diploma'..- immunity, a? entitled to any
?rearmen? differenr from that which
a - ? eted out to any enemy sol
Paithei eaaaidatatiaa, however, hat
led to a change .if view. If the t'nited
.State? should talc? the ground that it is
responsible for th? safe return of the
two officer? to Germany, the Allied
jr/iverr.ments would be disposed to re
frain froji intervention, though it i?
probable that they would insist that
the men (five their parole not to ?erv?
actively during the war.
Safe Conduct Not Asked Yet,
Says Sir F.dward Grey
London, Pec. a. The Foreign Pcrre
tary, ?Sir Fdward Grey, announced in
the House of Common? to-.lav that no
application had been made to the Brit?
ish government for safe conduct for
Captain? Karl Boy-Ed and Franz von
The Secretary added that thus far
?afe conduct ha?l been given in the
case of four Austrian? or German?, in?
cluding Dr. C. T. Dumba, ex-Austrian
Ambn??ndor at Washington, and Dr.
Prevent Work of Consoli?
dation at Kut-El-Amara
?More Troops Sent.
Berlin, Dte. *. (by wireless to Say
rille, N. Y.'.- "According to Constanti?
nople dispatches to the 'Frankfurter
Zeitung.'" says the flTSISSSI News
Agency, "the TurkisH victories in Meso?
potamia had a speedy influence on the
attitud*. of the entire Persian Gulf dis?
trict. Arabian tribes that previously
had been invariably loyal to Great
Britain have now ?eered about, it is
declared, the unrest being particularly
noticeable in Southern Persia. Persian
tribes successfully attacke.i Bender
Besase! on November I ''
The following official communication
was issued at Constantinople:
<?n the Irak front Tuesday after?
noon our troops by strong attacks
prevented the enemy from complete?
ly est?bil.-lung himself in a forti'ied
position near Kut-el-Amara. Monday
our troops, after six hours of vigor?
ous attacking. successfully ap?
proached the enemy's mam position,
capturing a machine gun. Our artil?
lery set fir? to an enemy transport
London, Dec 8. British reinforce?
ments ordered to Mesopotamia before
the advance to Ctesiphon, near Bag.la?l.
began are air? ?.dy arriving ut the fleet.
121 WEST 45TH ST.
THE FAMOUS NOW IN ?
PARISIAN CABARET NEW YORK
EVERY EVENING AFTER THEATRE
MR. A. NILSON FYSHER.
Table? Muil He lte?erie?l I? 4.1?*.i.?- lei. Rr.nn? nrvl
J. Austen Chamberlain, Secretary for
India, was able to inform inquiring
member? of the House of Commons to?
BRITISH WARSHIP OFF TAMPA
Cruiser Believed I.ving In Walt for ?ei
Taaapa, Fin., Dea ?? a British \?'?r
ship of the type of the Australian
cruiser Sydney arrive.' at the entra?es
..f Tarnpti Bay lo-.ia? i?n<l uniained
BtT Egflaeat Key to-night.
??parts that tue Auatriaa tteaaaae
Bornea, in port here sun?.' the begin?
ning of the war, was prtpsriag to
make a dash for New Orl ma '?? go
into drydock, gene'?Yy ?a < r. connect?
ed with the cruiser's appearance.
Or/&W (M cfi^Mom
Designed to Lighten the
Christmas Worries o? Mankind
Preceded by a Recipe for Happiness
Happiness goes out from the heart before it comes in. It never
by any ebance stays at home. You can harvest it for ?the
common good, but you cannot store it for your sole individual
use. You can lend it but you cannot borrow it; you can earn
it but you cannot buy it. you can spend it but a ou cannot
accumulate it. A man must contribute to the -lock of human
jovs before he can particip?t?1 in its profits. To seek happiness
without giving it is a futile quest, and all our longings for
what we have not learned to give to others are as empty
bottles in the wine cellar of the soul. Happiness reallv
never was any ?rood in this world but to rive away!
\ lowing ~f,t for a fellow's sister.
An engagement pad for Mine other fellow i sister.
\ iewel case lor a "jewel*1 in Philadelphia.
A t??il?'t set for your wife.
\ silver -hoi* horn for the "pretties.1 fool in t<>wn".
A boadoir **.)-e for a bachelor girl.
A mirror for a woman who deserves it.
Yourself in a frame fort?n* girl back home.
\ trinke! iraj for a debutante.
A cologne bottle for a \i\x\ with yellow hair in Chicago.
\ humidor from a wife t<> her husband.
A manicure id for a ?jirl win? laves money.
\n a**h tra\ f??r a m.in who burns it.
An umbrella for 1 ncle Edward?
V ci?'ar case for Cousin Jim.
A tea caddj set for Aunt Jani*.
\ ma<_nifyin<: filas?, for a fault-findinp friend.
A t-i 1 \ r*r mat? h 1><?\ "from one '?port to another".
\n BUtO ?ase for "a friend with a rar".
An embroidery let fora woman whohai Dothingelse to do.
V card case for brother Jack..
A -il\er button hook lor lister Mabel.
V -inellin" -alt- bottle for a man about town.
A anreite holder for a man about eighteen.
A cigar cutter for a "friend of the family".
Comb, brush and mirror for a JTOung man's fiancee
A "breakla-t rompanwn" for "the June brideV'lirstChri-tmaiw
\ silver pencil for the groom to figim the coot of living
\ bine shopping bag for a lady with blue eyes
A desk tel for Hill "studying hard".
A travelling bag for a man on the road.
V. brief case for a man "called to th'e bar".
A cellarette for a man who keep- a bar of his own.
\ mesh bag from Brother Tom to Sister Sue.
A gold pen knife from Sue to Tom.
Five o'clock tea ?moons to a \<uinir. matron.
An ??pera bag fora ?lirl whoiharcoyouropcintirtastes
A vanity box for a pretty young thin;: in Boston.
A candy box for "Sweet Sixteen".
Knif?*. fork ami -poon for little Willie.
A tea let from the children to Mother.
A ?old match box from children to Father.
A lhaving -et for (Grandfather.
A bttd Vise for Grandmother.
A wrist watch for Clmu 1rs.
An assortment of pin cu-h ion-for an as-ortment of aunt?.
An assortment <?f paper cutter- for an a-???>rtment of uncle?.
A silver bottle opener for a liberal host
A book mark?r f<?r \<?ur pastor.
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