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TWO GERMAN SHIPS
ARE REPORTED SUNK
BiiMh'-liip Knisor WUltolm and
CniiMT llcrtlia Destroyed by
Mines, Paris Hears.
Iil'MOlt IS NOT CONFIHMED
Vm:.. S'iv. 28. Tim Matin's Totro
i i.nrcrnoniUnt forwards a report
tli.it the (ioini.in latt!eshli Klcr Wll-:
holm iler (!ro.!o an lu-en xunk by n
mint- .it tlir Italtleatul o Oerman crulwr j
believed to 1"' (.lit- Hcrthu, also has been
uml; by a mine near Llbau.
Tl.e riirls are not otllcl.illy con
flrniP'I. Tho Knl'T Wllliclni rr (Irome In one
o' tho older lattlnhlj of tlie Kalaer'a
navy She .! launched In 1899 nntl wan
reconstructed In 1906. She Is u Vensel of
M.ire iS.on inns, with n 'fnirt'i of 3'.t.f.
ful Jii the water line. She lias a speed
of l knot, i
The currli four 9.4 kuiir In tur
rets, ciirhtveii : ' at. I trt'elv- . J .neV hi 1
and Mo 15 tneh torpedo tube. Her resular i
complement l .'$ officer ami men,
The Hertlta In a protected crulrr which
an launched In l!97 and recontructed
In 19"T- 'h dlploe 5,791 tons. Is i
357 7 feet lonp and lias a speed of 19 '
knots. She curries two S.2 Inch Buns In
tur'ets. f Inch ntul clclit 3.4 Inch
cms and ihree torpedo tubes. Her com-.
. . 1-4 fftn.tmu ,.n.l innn tt'ltl.!
fvir other ships of her tflass she was
tc.l a. fhe time of the opening of the
ii as n training ship.
,S7P'.S COAL SEIZED.
JSorm-ulilil V.-ssel Held t'l ! CJer
niHii In I'nelflr.
.ieriiI Cable Detpatth to Tnr Scs.
Ixinpon, Nov. 28. A despatch from An
tof.iR.ist.1, Chile, to Uoyda saysjhe Nor
wegian steamer Helicon, which has ar
med there, reports that she was seized
by a (ierman cruiser on October 23 and
tiu'ly all her coal was confiscated. She
was Ihn permitted to continue her voyage.
n Milimnrlne .Sank Itulmirk.
fpeclal Cable Deipateh to Tiis Ses.
CnrsNiiAHEN, Nov. 2S. German news
TJP'is received here assert that It was a
Ormati submarine which sank tho. llrlt
Uh battleship llulwark In Ihe Thames.
OPPOSES NEUTRAL ZONE PLAN.
Brllnln to Keep Wnrlilp In nuh
Ivinpon", Nov 2S llrltlsh officials de
clare that the sUKgestlon of South Amort
cm Oovtrnments that the belligerents
withlraw their warshlpw from Houth
Aner.ean waters Is Impracticable. They
'r are opposed to the plan for the crea
tion of a neutral zone off the coast uf
S.iut'.i America. It Is contended that this
sould afford an tveu better ohance to
s.irip" to lie In wait for steamers en
rjjcl In the overtteas trade.
The llrltlsh Government has taken no
fu'ther action In tho matter of tho charste
hat Ecuador and Colombia were guilty
of lol.itlon of neutrality since the re.
,e'It "f ihe Intimation, fr.m the United
St.vs that It Is wllllng'that ttreat Prltaln
thould deal directly with these countries,
The denials that a Herman wireless sta
tlm if being operated In Colombia and
t .. .stands belonging to I-.cuador are
K, ik used by the Hermans for naval
operations aru not accepted as finally dls-
pofig or the cas.
SEES END OF BOMB DROPPING.
London I'nper riimmrnl On Alle;rd
IisnoN, Nov. 2, rteferrlng to the
(lltced urott st of President Wilson against
bomb ilr taping on unfortified places, the
rVifitlrti; .-'fdiiilniit says:
"If the rt siinproval of President Wilson
en the Kmib dropjilng question exerts the
'nfliience it deeres there ought to be an
end forthwith to one of the least excusable
Wait s f modern war There seems to
he n.'iif ground for believing that the
belligerent Powers will seriously consider
th- pmlet. If such Is the case every
ror.Flder.itlon of Justice should Weigh with
the n deciding to put an end to the
preet ,e that call have no Justification.
"s a I specific references re said to
hse been avoided by President Wilson
t t certain that the self-respect of no
be'.l cer. nt can have been brought Into the
fjiKd-.o' This careful diplomacy may
STARVATION IN LOUVAIN.
.Mnllnes, loo, Wllboat Pood
Vnlnerp's Supply Is l.otr.
penii fable Deipatch to Tnr Sex.
I 'A-pos Nov 2S. The American Com
mission for Itellef In Belgium has received
despal h from Maastricht. Holland
tatlng tnat Malines Is without food. A
ngle bread carl from Antwjp arrives
n th" town every day and sells bread t)
h is- w ho are ab to pay for It.
The supplies of the commlsslon'H agents
haie heer, exhausted, and there) Is only
three das supjdy of flour in Antwerji,
The ln'iahltants of the suburbs of Aht
terp are depending solely on the dls
'rlhut nr, of food by the American com
Refugees from l.ouvaln report that tho
"ind'ts'iis there are worse than at Ant
'rp an, Hut the Inhabitants arc actually
WALES HAPPY AT THE FRONT.
I.oe III Way, Imt nnrrov a
fhntirTeur und ll lines AVell.
Sptn Cable llr'Mtrh to Tnr. Siv.
T.cspnv Nov 2;i. The first news about
tie ivnce of Wales at the front comes
'' i da is The Prince has been fre
ien observisl In the region of
H'co if ilu.-,. deleted by censor) driving
"W .utomoblle and npjtarently en-J'olnt-
i k enpeiienc greatly
" l.i.s ago the Prince, with whom
thAre .,e three olllrers, found himself
oi h, wnng road, as the result of taking
ihon wt He was, however, close to
the e .d.piarteiN of a Brigadier-'err-
, nlln ,.nt ,ini his chuuffeur as a
M'"t ' i c let nt n Journey
T inffeiir jfter having nceom-
tia,i tit, Prince hack to his quarters
Sf.il'! ,.ivn had to trudge live miles to his
oni, r. ,i but the Prince, on learning
- 'ii ncdiaieiy told the man lo Jump
' b the Mr and drovo him back,
NAVY YARDS BUSIER'tHAN EVER
lleeoid Is Mini.- In rn fonslrac-
sii'viton, Nov 35. More new con
"' ' ' r work is being done at tin navy
''Is t d more yards aro engaged In
'"'s w ri than ever before, according
'' ' noil of Hear Admiral It M,
'" ''Uf of the Bureau of Construe.
' ,' 1 '1 I i'r. made iiubllc here lo-day.
r iittbnii Arizona and one battle.
hij uf ie California class, the fuel
I ' aWia and M. mince, the sub
I . transoit No. 1 anl supply
' i' s- I. the river gunboat Mnnocacy
" "i ' P.los lire the vessels 111 til" f.OV
,r ' aids
I tunnel nan Ixen stnbllshei at
es , inieiini bases Ht tne Washing.
'"' Vard und has proved of great
v Hi' Injirnl AVntt sas, In the testlns
' ' "piuuo wings and aeroplanes.
latest lihottii-i .mh .if 1 Itnl.M i i1im ....
Donegal, that f ,miu.,l ln m.,.i.,r.
which the coffin wa nlaced for the Inst
Kun carriage has an Intetest i.g li story of
.,...i,i ii, uiiy.ii iinrfe ,ruiiiTy
X.VIVUI.M, mi me nai.K i inc uigtn uiver
GERMANS PLAN REMEDY
FOR MISTAKES IN WAR
More Deuioerntie Select ion of
Officers Is One Point In
jerii liif.e e;mle m Tiik Ms
laiMKiN, Noi 2s.- The newspapers
print a document l-sued by tlie (Jerinin
Minister of War mi Thursday adxlslng
the training of new a-'vl s on a sn!em
emldylng the lessons learned In the early
stages of the c. ,mpu!gn. Among the
points Insisted on Is ;h nectslty of
choosing the b.t men for olllcerc'toiiard
less of tl-el- po-lal statu", and ,irs,entlng
the otllcers fiom oNposlng themselves
"An otflc r ought not to be distin
guishable by his uniform In any way from
his men," the document says.
The importance of making the greatest
possible lien of Intreiichment s bv all units
Is another point fakcu up. With refer
ence to envn!r the statement s.ij
"The habit of jumpering borscs In
wac time has caused eome bitter di
lllusloumenlr In the fu'ure our horses
should be accustomed to bivouac In the
open air and he satisfied with what
food can be ohtaltad. u:l a campa!cu
hores should be left cut of doors for d.i
togeiler 'ii order to tra'n them for opt p
air life Th re is no iiue-ilon now t i it
the training of caa:- horses for dashing
work Ih Infinitely more Import nt than
trnluihg them tn make long marches at
an easy jure It s Imoort.mt th.it :t-
alrymen should be trnln-d to
carbines A disiiHiupierl
should be able to tight ex ictlv
a. an ln-
fantrym in. t'.iv ilr r'-arges.
piny any part In w rfare."
Among the Instructions for the aetil
lery Is this .
"Speaking c.'r.erall.v fi h'ghes-. Im
lioilai.ee must be attached to economy
In ammunition. Kvery shot fired uselessly
Is a crime. The air novice mut coop-etat-
c'osely with the gener 1 eoinoi.iiid
and the artilleiy (ommaml. AvI t'ors In
rfconnoitriug shoul I carry l'Niols and
hand gieirdes The lil fie th mos'
put do hot jirodme ipnr table results,
but have an Impoitant ff.-! in alatnimg
tho encm ."
VAN DYKE TO POST WILSON.
Minister to Netlierlilnils Will IIt
plain ronillllons In War .one,
Wasiiinhtov, N.. '2S' - Piesiil.nl Wil
son arranged to-day to receive Dr Henrv
van !yl:e. Minister to The Netherlands,
next Wednesday m rnlug.
It Is understood that the diplomat will
bring to the president the litest news
first hand from the war op.-, and also will
give him Information as to the 1 1 rule
of the nmtrnls In 1'urope on pence pirns
The Inte viea Is 'ooked f rwud to will
great interes' here
Lord Roberts tit the War Office, I
t,,.. .. i.. .U.........I i.!.h.i ... I....
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Innrtiev of i:tn?'nii.l' irrn u.,l,'ii., ti.i.
its owm It was part of the, equipment
inat was cut to pieces In the battle of
during the liner war. In
the attempt I
KAISER WOULD CEDE
Francis .loepli. However. Ve-
toes Proposed Transfer of '
Part of Transylvania. j
erid frtMe tttnpatch to Tor Scn
Home. Havre, Nov. 2 Count
Tlsza. the Hungarian Premier, has te
turned from his visits to Kmperor Frarcls
.losejih and the Kaiser, to whom he niade
ceitain j'roposils which lie hoped would
he aceejiled and wfilch he believes wotild
Insure :he neiitralltv of Itumml.t The
main point of his proposal was the ces
sion of a portion of Tiansylvanla. where
the majority of the piople are ltumanl.ins,
t'he jirnjtos.il was approved by the
Kilser, bin Ktiijm ror Krancls Joseph
hesitates about sanctioning It as he Is
ifrnld It would cause resentment among
the Hungarians, who are m a panicky con
dition over the Invasion of that country
ly the ltusslans. Furthermore, the Him
gal Inns are becoming convlncul that
Austria has suffered defeats because of
the great numbers of soldiers who have
lied from ilallcla and taken n fuge In
RUM ASIA VITII ALLIES.
."it'itl ( able ltnite'i tn Tin. Si s
ItoMK. ia Havre. Nov 2k - -TaUe .to
neseu, fonnerlv Premier of Human'. i. tele
graphs tile (rfrci .'ilj(illllle denvlng ihe
icirtjrt lint Ituminla Is jno-Austilan.
He skvs that while Itumanla is neutral
at jircsint. she Is (Irterninied fo Join the
Allies The Itumiinl.itis, he i) hojie to
be Joined by !tnl in 'he tight for corn
rnL r. . r T- 1 VTC
OVERTURES TO BALKANS.
pKTliotiiiM), Nov. 2S.--Prince TrouNtz
ko. head of the near t ast department
h.'lhe t:us!.in Mlnlslrj of Foreign f
f.ilrs. has b.si s nt on a sped it mlss on
i ihe li.lkaii States.
in w.ll ofoiiiied i in lis here it is said
thai ).. tvlll pioposi Hiil Mi and
Itumanla Join Serii i against Austrli and
TuiKev As isiirMiei s illori Bulgaria will
be . ffced Macedonia, Sei la will get
lb sum and Herzegovina, with a palely
Sent. in population, and lliim.irna will re
nlve ji.irt of Traris.i Icai'la with a Itu
m.iM.in p.'j.ulatlon of s.udft.onn
I 117 Chinese Died In shantung I'lttlit,
.'y t'entral Vtrc
SilAS'iiiAi. 'Nov 2 - luirlng the mill- j
tat operations in tlie provlnie of Shan
tung nlnetj -seven Chinese were killed
rut, I 23s wounded. The Chinese Hovern
meat will file a claim lor an indemnity
of JTiOnonn ror the k ll.ng and injuring
jt '.!..ee nationals
lis Favorite Horse and Funeral Car
to regain the battery a body of Itritlsli soldiers led by I.leul the Hon. Krederlca
Hugh Hherston ltoherts. heir of Ixinl Itohert". charged across an open plain which
was swept by Iloer bullets. I.leut. Itobe-'s and almost all of Ills men were killed
In the futile dash. The death of lus only son was a great blow to "Hobs." In
reconltlon of the services of both father and son to the empire the Hrltlsh Oovern-
lnnl n.ni.1,1. . t. t . Tn.1 f.nl.....u.b n,.t.ln., ul,,...t,4 m. mm .n 1.1. 1,1.... ,ni,il,.a nn
British Officer ttenrd Troops
iH i,im,i0l t Two
That Hngland has n vry real fear of
Invasion by (lermany and that this fear
! extends to the llrltlsh army are shown
I by a letter received -esterda In this oily
from an officer who has been enrolled
In the coast defence forces n.nce the
outbreak of the wai. It Is dated No
vember 20 and Intimates the belief pr.
vailing among the battalions in th- south
' of i:ng;.ind at that time that the Her
mans had actually landed nt Newcastle
and Va i mouth.
The letter was sent from a fort outside
of Plymouth, where a large body has
been quartered for the protection of the
south coast. It is brief anil was written
In great haste. The olllcer says:
"It has been like this for over a week
Nobody Is allowed Into town. Kvery man
and ofllcer Is under arms and standing
bj ready for Immediate service What
has happened I don't know at ail llegl-
I merits are on the move all oxer Kng
i land and they ay down hero that Her
in ins hive landed In Yaimoutli arid V.w.
astle I cannot get into P.Niin.mh, nei
ther can my sen ant get out '
BIG FEET CAUSE HER ARREST.
Iinpos.-, Nov. 2S There Is a terrible
stir In amu circles at nunkiru Th.
I wife of a French (Jenernl was arrested
'because the size of her fief give rise to
I the suspicion that she was a flerm.in spy
' masquerading as a woman. Fuilous at
I "'" Ili"i'city which resulted. She h.is made
W uncomfoitable for more than one
The unmasking of u German spy In
j I'utiklrk recently was resjsmslble for Ihe
.ccurience. He was dressed as a woman.
I but the size of his feet betrarii h m
, Then every one in Dunkirk btgan watch
I Ing feet. A soldier sjned .0,,. i.i of
j iocs of a sl7e which made the weir
I 'ng of a kirt hy thei: owner seem ,n
longrucus He spread the a.arni and Ho
wonun was arrested, Her Identity Wiii
esi.iiinsneo n per nun:inii, the fjem tal.
L. P. Hollander & Co.
Have just received a large importation of
WHICH WILL Hi: I'LACKI) UN SALK MONDAY A. M.
Owing to the lateness of the season,
all these goods will be marked very low.
Prices 2.50 Upward
FIFTH AVE., at 46th St.
MONDAY. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
Will dispose of all this season's
SUITS AND HATS
At Extraordinary Reductions
16 West 57th Street.
KAISER PLANS NAVAL
ATTACK ON ENGLAND
(termini Staff's Arrival nt Zec
iirnsjje Indicates Intention
to Act Soon.
Irfiststs-, Nov. 2V The Onify A.'xprest
correspondent In Kelgium siys that th
Herman Naval Staff has arrived at Hruges
from Antweiji. It Is bellcvd that this
move mdlcitis k tier man plan to take ag
gressive naval c-:lou against Ureal Hrlt
aln. u-mg y.eebrugge as a naval base.
A i.erman aerojilane -intidron hab been
sent from (Ihent to Antwerp and will be,
used to jmrol the channel.
SHELLS BELGIAN COAST.
llrlllsh Fleet Hollered to llntr Ite
eciaf fiifcle Urtwlrfi to Tut Sis.
Lonpon. No 20 A desjiateh from
Amsterdam to the Otucrirr, dated yes
"What is ,iaj,t-rung in Belgium row
lis jtureiv a nnstert to neojtle on this
I side of I'te Iron", r S nce Friday rail
I wa c-miMin i .iti in between Ihe frontier
I town of Itosi tid.ial and the Belgian sta
tion of llssehen has b.en rut. The Her
man commander at K-sclieii declared that I
no train would lie alhoud to pass th"
ftontier, so that railway tralllc with Bel
glum Is entire', usptnjeil
"Informit o" has leached Amsterdam
that righting al mg the Belgian coast has
been resumed A iories,omleni In Dutch
Wanders telcKraphs that heavy gun Are
's again .uidlbl- at Zeehrugge. This prob.
ably indicates that the British iWt ,s
again shelling the const
"Many Dutch workmen hive 'eft for
Belgium, where Herman "tii;i'.oet are
engaging them m building works at 12. Jo
a d (y a", I travelling eiene.
"Vlbert von Bary. formerl.v direct, r of
th- Vor-h (lefiian I.lod Steamship Com
t . i j a: Artwi.-p and 'Jermiii Mlmsttr
to ileig u:n. is giing tn 11unoi res,
He rc.il.zes that Ms p ution at Antw"ip
s inpossitile, cri .should the Hermans
76,000 TURKS MARCH
ON SUEZ, IS REPORT
Iz.et Pnslia trends Lnnro V
Against Cannl. Says tier
1 i ii Despntoli.
HOADS A HE IIAItltlCADKD
AM&TKrtnAM, Nov. 2S. The Ictcproitl
has a despatch from Ilerlln reporting that
Izzet Paslia Is matching agilnM the Sue.
Canal at the. head of 7H.O00 Turkish troops
The force Includes lo.oyu Ileduulus with
According to tho correspondent, the
Turkish engineers have constructed a field
railway to the Klnakel oasis. The llrltlsh,
ho says, have barricaded the road to the
canal with trenches and artillery positions.
COLD FORCED RETREAT.
IlnaslniiK I'liimil Jinny Turks I'roren,
ns I'rf muriul.
SprrUil Cthle linpateh to Tnr. Srv
Pethooi:ap. N v i'S. - A ilestialch from
Tinis dnscrlbe, the recent fighting In the
neighborhood ivf Krxerum as verv severe.
It HrtVH It W'.ljl I mrviMlliln !ti im.imv t.I.i.um I
to tMrencli ,n the froz n giound and th
ltusslans win. obliged to light In t,
open. Camp ktrheps and tents were not, 11 '7 ''"'" '""i me privilege nt
usod lest ttie-y should rte.i their sl- 1 "''ndlng ollb ial messages in -wle also will
tlons t i,.. Turk, who f.iuirht l.ravelv I1"" extended tu the t'nii.d Slate..
Tliero w-.i much hand to hand fighting
with sevele Iri.sis on lsnli sides. When i
the Turks eventually lle! they abandon m1
their gur, rlil ard calsons.
Numbers of Turks were found frozen '
PrlonerH say the cold and hunger com- j
jxdlcd them to r-treat.
.. .... , . I und Ilelles I.'ttfs not to eliminate tho
lleglo AMmcUs on A rinenliuis. , (lf ,;,,,, IIIPIn,wrH of ,,, ho(,y
I'r.TnoiiRAn. Nov 2V l-'nllowlng -he l fore rnnsulting similar societies In Kn
Hstlng of tin proclamatloii of a holy land, Ituss.a and IMglmii
Charge Purchases made on Monday will be billed Junuary 1st.
tJr-' 564.-56S ia 568 If iUU JStJl'mU.- 4-6 TJ? anp 47t STS.
BEGIN. THIS MONDAY
SELLING EVENTS of an Unusual
Nature offering the Season's Newest
Fashions in Outer Apparel of supe
rior quality at very much below
First on the list arc.
Charming Fur Trimmed Wraps at $65,
$75, $95, $125 and $145 -the values of
which range from $100 to $265.
Also luxurioue Fur-Trimmed Wraps at $165. $195 and $225
the values of which arc $200 to $375.
Beautiful Gowns for Evening or After
noon Wear of rich fabrics, in newest Paris
fashions are $95, $125, $145 and $185,
the values of which are $ 1 35 to $300.
Also Beautiful Gowns at $65, $75 and $R5- -the values of which
arc $95 to-.$!75.
II c will also close out, beginning tomorrow :
Afternoon and Street Frocks at $28
that formerly sold at $55 to $75.
Lines which wc desire to dispose of promptly- -also
Many Charming Afternoon and .Street' Dresses at SIS that
usually sold at $35 to $65.
An Eventful Selling of
High Class Suits
Utilizing reserve lines of hic.h cost imported materials and com
bining them with fashionable Furs into very Late Winter Models
at much tinder value.
$58 $65 $75 $95
Value to $85 Values to $i Valurs to $135 Values to $165
Also Hither Cost Suits, at SI 25 to SI 65, that formerly fold lo S250.
Luxurious h ur-T rimmed Coals in Newest
Models at $-i5, $55, $65, $75, for
merl y $65 to $1 25
Soft rich fabrics, in newest shades, trimmed with fashionable Furs.
s25to U5 Costume
Braided and embroidered nets fine
25 to s45 Millinery s0 &$5
Wonderful values in smart, exclusive hats, for day
and evening wear.
Aho nclMe eductions in noitltii sets oj satin or cehtt tomhineJ
uith fur Eiening Starjs lliiir Hand' Opera Bats ImporltJ
Perfumes Boutonnieres, etc
Extraordinary Values' in Furs
$150 TO $250 HUDSON SEAL COATS SI25, SI50, Sl5
$250 IUI.L Lr.SCm RIPPLE LAKE HUWON .SEAL 0AT6 SI 50
$115 TO $2)5 CARACUL COATS SS5, SI 25, $195
$R5 . $95 FISHER ASl) NATURAL RACCOON SETS $45 (VJln
$75 & $125 BUCK FOX SETS $45(7 S75
$95 K $145 REAL SKUNK SETS $75 f $125
$115 a. $165 POINTED FOX SETS $00 $125
$150 to $255 WHITE FOX SETS $115 & $15
$295 to $335 ERMINE SETS . . $225 6 $260
$150, $195 i $250 HANDSOME DYED RLl'F FOX SETS. 595. SI 45 $1X5
$350 & $450 NATURAL 13LUL FOX SETS .... $205 6 $575
war ilnllng broke nut In Krzcrtim,
cording to iidvlces fiom Odessa. Moslem
molm demolished nil tho Armenian
churches, schools und clubs, Tour Ar
menians, Including on woman, wr
killed by the rioters.
BATTLE NEAR JUZVMRAN.
Petronrnil miioiiiiits IliiuiiKemen t
Willi Tnrl.lsli Cnliintn.
Pants, Nov. 2i. The following official
statement from tho hcadqtiarter.1 of tho
Itusslan Caucisl'in army wan Issued In
Petrogtad to-day, according to a Petro
gnul (lespatcli .
"An Important engagement, occurred
November 2" with a Turkish column to
the west of .Iii7.ver.in. In other section
of this front there have been engagements
of only minor Importance."
Sit Americans .Miileitril In Turkey
Waniiiniiton, Nov. 2S.- -The Htato Dc
parttuent received advices In-day from
Ambassador Morgeiitliau at Constanti
nople to the effect that no American mis
sionary has been in any way molested In
Turkej This news was welcomed nt thn
Department, as It had been feared for
some tlmn that the entrance of Turkey
Info the W7tr, logethei with religious fa
naticism, might catisn aiitl-forclgn up
Hslngs In which AnvrlrnnH ns well as
llrltlsh and b'reni'h might be the victims.
The Ambassador also advledt the Stnto
I'epirtment that the Turkish (lovernment
ha;) glvtn Its word that malls between
mbassy anil th Pulled States con-
' ""Intes In Turkey will not ! Interfered
PARIS ART CIRCLES BITTER.
I pecM Cabl' DrtrxltrK to Till! Sl'X
Pms, Nov. 2s Tleie Is considerable
I .'is n '!."actlon In i t circles ovrr tho
decision of the Academy of Inscriptions
Blouses V 2 & 1 6
l.ice. drorgtte creries. metallic chitTons.