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THE SUN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1914.
LOCATED NEAR PARIS
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Aniericiin Hospital Answers
IBM GtflrtAM ''svif
H RUSSIAN Y
1 IIU official report from llcrlin nml PetroRrnd hkitc In this nmoli. that neither
1 claims n victory 90 KteM us would deilnltcly ruin the hopes of either nml so
terminate the present campalxn In Poland,
The latest statements made by tin- Herman ami HiiMhin Oeneral Staffs Indicate
thnt very hard llchtlnn Is cotitlnulntr In the reRlon of I.ovviscr. and In the ration of
I.ojlz l-roni ucli details of tho location or opposlm; armies as aro furnished In
official reports the Ketieral situation appears to lie.
J- Tn" ""mans lire lp'iHnr at Lodz imuliist superior numbers of Russians, who
nre prcssuiK n double llankliur operation, the tlrst around the Herman left win at
VV 1 . 1 ,t't'0II around the Herman right wlnit at ZaRounis.iwola. Gen. von
Slackenjen Is reported to be In rommand of lie Herman army at 1-odr..
,Ail 'i0"'"""21 Marshal von HindonbiirK's eentre l helm? attacked by tho Hus
f,V?r 'i Vl . hnXZ,!'en,i 11 .lJn.,,kl"Jt forco nrmiml the left win to Uomliln and arc re
port d to be rontlnulni; their efforts to Isolate Von Illndenburc from Von Murkencen.
1. . .11 """""" iiii"iiik e.i-i in iieiun 11 (icnnii 1 army wiuen is attemii.-
'"t'e iortlie.istvar.l to the teller of Von llln.leubnrB and Von AIackenctt
br,t;.; ..fi'-Vr t-Y,l7wn;riwi front. eMendlnp for seventy-live miles alone the
,f lesla ami into (lali.-ln. represents the defence of the Austro-tlerman
hi"LcV 11 't,1"!".,n ."Ivance toward Silesia from Klelce In l'olat d mid alone
o, Tht- Itattlt 11 lift in Amirtmrn I-.t
that, have forced a way Into dermnn tVrr
northwest tn n.ilit v tii.,. .,i -.
,,, i"lV.,K'nr.ni,l'"!Llo,,.,,f !1,'.rm.a
Russians Claim Advance
Against Germans tn Poland
correspondent continue to assert that
victory for the Jtufsians Is nly a few
days In the future.
The War Oftloe In l'etiVKrad thoitKht It
essential to-day to curb eictravanant
cl.unis of victory. The Government states
plainly that the Issue has not been de
cided and warns the Hussian people not
to believe any statements other than th
official deKitches from the General .Staff.
The statement is as follows t
The public should observe caution
in ucceptlnu rumors of a cru-hltiK
Hussian victory. These tumors are
b.ised partly on private letters wild
o have btn received from the front
and made public In some of the news
paper. The rumors are not. as a
whol, laMI on fact and muit be re
ceived with reserve.
rndoubtedly the German scheme to
pierce our front on the left bank of
the V.stul.i has completely falbd. It
appears from the communications of
the staff commander In chief that the
Germans have bten compelled to fall
back from Ilzgow and Tuszyn and
throuch Uriezlny on Strykow, under
conditions most unfavorable tn them
Tho Germans suffered enormous
losves durlnt: the retreat.
The lighting, however. Is not yet
flnisht il. The battle on the whole
front Ih dcvcloplnc very favorably for
us. The enemy continues, however,
to offer stubborn teslstanee. It Is
Impossible, thirefore. to consider Ilia
operations ended, and It Is necessary
to await the revelation of lt final
results In the firm assurance that the
Hussian troops are fully conscious of
the necessity for concluding succes
fullv their heroic elTorts In order
finally t'i hhatter the enemy's resist
mice. Mllltarj experts here who have followed
only the despatches of the Grand Duke
Nicholas, checked by the German olllcial
rfiwrts. and who have disregarded u.i
olllclal news, conclude that the Germans
are attemptltiK by sheer force of flRhtlns
ability break throuRh the 1.m.-.s that :lie
Itussians liae 1 xtended partly around
their Hanks. It Is concluded by the mill
taty ib.-ert.s that tliu Russians mil-it
eventually Miccetd If their armies at the
8ilesl.iti border and In Iljst I'russia can
prevent teenfiirceinsntH reachiiiK the Ger
man corps near LuiU and I.owiscn.
GERMANS ESCAPE TRAP.
SmlTer llen Losses, but (nil tin lie to
I'lultt Muliliiiritl, .
n ii a.mii.to.n rvn:,
Special VorrttpanJtiit o (Ac London "Vallv
I'rrriKxitun, Nov. 9, Col. Shumsky.
who is considered tho ublest military
critic in Russia, says that the develop
tnent of thu battle which has been
rapine for a week urouml Ludz Is unique
Herein lies the explanation of tho
extraordinary variance between tae
ItuH.sian nnd the Herman reports, eacn
of which clalniH victory, unit the ne
fuw lieu. ten Joy and depression which
ha been noticeable in the best Informed
circle here in the last few days.
The aspect of the battle has under
Kone kaleidoscopic chuni;e.s ,iy ,y day
and even hour by hour. At one point
it seemed impossible that tho Clermun
forco which had panned a powerful
wedKf toward Lodz could escape, the
trap in which It was caunht. It will be
remembered that tho Russian ntllcl.il
despatch of November -4 spoke of tho
Hermann aw being pressed on all sides
by our troops. A very larnc number,
nil that w.ii left of one division, was
forced to sin ri ndcr, but the rest by dint
of lluhtlnir whli h won the ret-pectful
iidmirutloii of all Itiusian Mildlur.i
broko thruiiKh the side of the trup and
nie still maklm; a ilesper.ito struunlo to
The War OluVe here hns issued an
appeal to the pulillo to awnlt calmly an
olll.'lai Biithiiinei-ini'iit of vlct.iiy unit not
o IndulKn In hopes which nre possibly
in exei-r. nf netuul ewnts. This marl.s
a HtrlKiiiK cniiiiKe riom the Jojful ex
ptetan' S of last wiek.
I At this point In the despatch tlicte was
an excision by the ctnuor.
At the. name time there is no reason to
doubt that victory will ba put Ik nnd all
iltieMinn within a fi w days. The only
hope of the lieriiiuiiN now is that Kinpcior
William will Iih in a position lo announce
Ci rm.yi succi s when the Itulelist.o,' opens
.ii Iltihii Veilnid.iy, and that he may
be able, at mini, to saj that the lineal
irootin wf i ii-i 'ii.iny ln.ili,iKi..l after lc
iie inl'ius ilfoits, frightful hisses and eior
inous ixpi use to tuapc an oerwli-lnilni;
The Hory of Ho- battle Is tietnendously
liileiisilnu to lis moves and counter
moves, iu Mirprisert ui.d expedients, but
H ,s Kradu.ill biiomiiiK . I-ii i- that tho
battle Was luirui. hy the .uhimee o the
'li-r o "i a n. .i. itu, tin, alc of thl
Mhtul.t en ii i. hum' t'loek Inir , r the 1
UctiiMiti fiji.-f .tnii l, wmliwrtiil 'villi1
oiders lo lime a wedtfi bHweeti the Huh- I
miiih iieeiip' iiik luy m l t e l'u -. ,uis
ii lie rri-'ion wi ot ,ir H u,,,
hope u, in, , , , . , , .
Vnttaii im.. ...
VoVv' ,1' ""ivJ Si'V"' ' J" "m
f"' !"ir'l'"B 10 auvance irom 1110
nrniles Is Indicated by short Elnde lines, while
iij rini t IHM1U1U Jim,
tho attention of the latter f ree mid so
l.xxve. oMn the road to Warsaw for Uin
ither h.ilr of the German urmy, Uic left
wine at Ploclt.
When the foroe mntvhlnK uthwMrd
canm to the River Ilzoura it found
tho ford near llmitek stronjtly held.
After 11 stubUirn deTenee, however, U10
Russians fell Uick defeated, na th Ger
mans supiKiseil, but really In order to
entice the Gernuuis Into an ambush de
IKned by Gen. Ruzsky.
TAKE GERMAN POSITION.
Utlsslltns Clip til re l.lue
-'rotti Glut nil
n r. v. itn.vvr.T,
Si rial t'urmionJtnt of tht London
.-.rcii Vatitt ltsxilch to Tub Sin.
reniounAD, .Nov. The battle In
Poland is di Veloiilm: stronclv In favor of
I the Itutslatu. one of their armies has
eaptuieii mi itniHirtant (3erman isisltlon
Olovni to SalMt.i. This has cleareil the
way for nenforcinp the northern Itulan
army which Is now a barrier utcalnst
stronfr (!erm.tn pressure from tho Vlor-
i lavsu-i'ioi-k r.slon.
The Hermans are still sttURCllliK hopc
esy to reach the line of ZRlerz-Zdunska-Wola,
whtrc the central Herman force
Is tethered to Its line nf trenches. Its f.xte
cannot be determlmd by its own efforts.
If It Is tn escape complete destruction it
must Kct help from the outside.
.Many Herman reKlnunts are without
commissioned olllcers. Companies of 210
nun now number sixty or eighty. The
Itu--slans have captured a number of
fttenm plouuhs used by the Hernial s In
Imrenehlmc. The Hermans have mined
all colliery works, Hovernment hulldltiRs
and other structures In the Sosnowlce
region, with the Intention of exploding
them if a withdrawal Is forced. .Mean
while lluy are workitiR the collieries
nlKht and day.
The chain of hatUes In Polind Is belnc
turned liy cunstantly Increasltur Hus.lau
foicei Into one decisive opera Hon.
iJurir.R the tlKhtniK which culminated In
the present situation, and especially on
!at Tliuisdaj. the Hi itnans sulfvrtd what
llusilan headiiuarters ibncrlliei as enor
mous loves They bit many thousand
dead near Hlowno, midway between lodz
and I.owlsi!. after a series of cavalry
ch.tri;p hv the llussians
It Is stated that the stute of the roads
and IU Ids has made automobile, opera
tions impossible. The I'.usslnns have
parked a Kreat number of their cars at
I.odz, whero hundreds of captured Her
man motor transport wacons are stored.
The Ilussians have thrown buck a slronK
Herman column at Hornblu. This column
Marled from I'lock to relieve the position
ot four Herman army corps which hud
been suftcrlnK a terribly destructive, lire
iu tile roKlon of Zulerz for a week. Tho
town has passed several times from the
control of one side into the control nf tho
other. Scarcely a bu.ldlm; remains Hint
shows sikiim of huvhiK been a habitation
for human belnirs. Tho town has been
op lire several tunes
An explanation of the llerce struKcle tn
the reRlon of I.ndz Is found In the activity
of the Herman system of stratfRic rail
ways aloi.K the Silesuin frontier The
Hermans aru bnriKlnn troops from west
ern Kurope. It Is believed that GO.OOn
men, half the garrison of Cracow, has
lien brought to the northwest of Czeiwto
chowa to Join a newly formed army which
will attempt to force a way lowatrl
Zdunskawola. Another m'cat battle Is
expeoted In this region.
It cstlmatid Uiat the Hermatii have
Ion lon.ooi) In killed alone since the tlsht
lnr beKun ten days no back aloni; the
Illver H.cmra and then swunc around to
the present aiea.
ARMY CUT IN PARTS.
I'ctrouroil llespiileh Deaciilies
liuhlliiK Aromitl l.odr,
I.o.Npos', Nov. 23. A Heuter's despatch
from ivtrograd siys that It is Impo.
Hble to estimate the losses of the Hermans
in omul Lodz Companies, even battalions,
are iwindcilng half starved and hair
frozen in the snniv covued wood and
Melds, sctMng an opportunity to ur
lender ll is seinl-olllclally announced In Petrn
grad that iho Herman army under Hen.
von MacUeiiseii has been cut Into threo
parts. The right wing is struggling llf
en miles southwest of Lodz In an nt
tempt to untie with a c lutnn sent from
Wleliin. The centre is ten miles east by
iioith or l.odx and Is sllll engagetl In a'
t'espir.ite i lli.rt to cut Its wuy west to
lejuiii the bft wmg, which is partly cut,
olf f III I lie sti oiies pnsltlini on thu
Vistula. This aiiny, according to thui
H'lnl-olllcial levit'iv of peratons, h mov-1
ing lnii.it lielorti Hussian oiwlaughls, but
Is stubhoriily disputing thu Hussian ud
vance in Ibis iiuiirlet the Ituss.an advance Is
fnun Hoinhin It Is .stlniated tint the
centies of toe tbne parts of tho Herman
force i c .it le.ict twenty niika apjtrt
nml th. a the middle one Is acting entirely
on Its out. Intuitive, being completely
isoliiled fiotn the otnors,
i repoitcd fioni 'i trograd and from
Hoim Lin i the Itusslans linvo passed
Cia tin ikmI are already in Silesia. A
further rumor Is that tho Kuswlans art
bombarding th city of Cr.icow.
t'lirrrspimilent nt PrtroKrail Ile-
clnri'ft Hiiniilnii Are AiU iiiirlnur lnit.
London. Nov. 29. The Petrottrad corre
spondent of the .Womltip 'of teleKmphs
to-nltcht that he feels ootilldent the Ilus
sians are not merely Investing Cr.icow
but have passed what a hleh mllltao
olllcial culls "the last stronKhold of the
HapsburKs." The Itusslans have captureil
neatly 411,000 Austrlans and many Runs In
tile past t'luht days, nhlcli lndlcutes the
collapse of Austrian resistance near Cra
cow. ".Most stubborn flRhtlns continues north
of Ixidz. around .Strykow and Z.Rlers, the
corresjiondcnt adds. The Hermans are now
. attempting a manoeuvre alonp the left
I bank nf the Vistula In the hope of rescuing
the retreating force In the region of Stry
kow. Tho Husslann have met the counter
attack nnd still continue to force the Her
mans back. Where they still bold strong
entrenchments the Hermans arc making
a strong resistance."
NO JAPANESE WAR LOAN.
t.o I'rninetit Kxpeets In I'ht
penses Out of lliiliuict In Trruiiur),
TOKIO, Nov. 1'3,Tho Jap.ineee Hovern
. ment proposes to meet all the expenses of
the war out of the balance In the treasury
without Increasing taxis or resorting to
A statement Issued recently by the
financo department with regard to the
ib posits section of the treasury sajs that
the resourres showed a decrease at the
nil of August of t.nno.OOii yen (iS.uOu,
Ot'(i) as compared with July.
This decrease the statement attributes
to the withdrawal of deposits by semi
official Institutions. There was no appre
ciable change In the postal savings de
posits, which stood at 211,0(10,000 yen. Al
though tint Item "Accommodation to the
Imperial Hallway special account and
other upeelal accounts" received an In
creaso of 1 8,000,000 yen, the holdings of
public bonds decreased by 20,000,000 yen.
It is prisumed that the bonds were
wild to meet tho demnnd of the Imperlat
, Hallway account, which was S.OOn.OOO yen,
and that tho rest went to replenish the.
working capital of the monopoly bureau.
FRENCH LOAN OVERSUBSCRIBED.
Io.ni)on. Nov. 30. A despatch from
Paris to the Sliinitiml says the subscrip
tions to tho I'Vench short term loan of
1 1 sri, uno.ooo amount to mote than U'Oii,
uOO OOu aii'l application has been made to
Inciease the total of the loan 'to 2S0,O0u,.
000 us the suliijrlptlon.s aro still coming
In i'Vanee ulonn tho subscriptions total
DOYLE EXCUSES CASEMENT.
Author sny Antl-llrlf lull Irlalminn
Is Out of III Ml ml.
Lonpon, Nov. 20, Sir A. Conan Dovle
lr a letter to the liilfj Chroitlclo ex
prrsscs the opinion that .Sir ltoger Case
ment, who recently visited the German
P'orelgn Olllce ami had a conference In
itgartl to the position of Ireland, Is out
of his mitul. He sayH Sir Huger Is a sick
man. worn out by Topical hardships and
often complained of patnn in his head,
Sir Arthur adds. "That ha should In
full possession of his senses aci' as .1
traitor to the country which had emplojed
nnd honored him Is Inconceivable to any
one who know him. He had, It Is true, n
stiong prepossession In favor of Germany
before the war. This was due to his belief
that she was defined to challenge the
Monroe Doctrine, which Sir Hojror bitterly
resented as being the ultimate, cause of
nil thai Putumityi) barbarism which he
had ollkl.illy to Investigate."
BASSO NOT PRISONER OF WAR.
Mr. llldur, SlnBtnir a1 .tletropolltiiii,
.Sure lie's JVut In Oiiciiyt.
AAimo Ditlur, on. of he btwt known
nf the bassos of tlm Metropolitan Open
Company, wua Rrca-tly surprlsi-d yester
day mornlnir ivhen 1io rend In a mnrnlnic
newspaper that he wus a prisoner of the
Austrian military uutlwritlos In Cracow.
He H.lld lust rilehl tit tlm fA.Mnit,
(ipcra House, Just before he went on tho
nm." I., ..inn nv too nuntiay mirnt con
cert, that lio fe.lt that ho wu very much
In Xevv 'i'torki that ho had not been near
the seat of war In such u way that ho
miifht have been arrested, and that, uny
way, he hud been hero for some tlmo and
so far as he knew was llltely to remain
through the t;rnsnn,
Tho information reBarJlnir tho lnRr
came by cabl from ivtrograd, where It
was nald to havo been publlnhed In a
nevvsptipcf under date of November 10,
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chocking as will reduce the opportunity to a minimum and
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Praise ot Gon. French Orniiins Hail TaUcu
Sp'-ul tablt tinpalcK to Tuz Sis.
I.o.npon, Nov. 29.--The otllclai ptess
bureau has issued the following; lrom
K. 12. Hmith, the former censor hero,
concerning tho Indian army:
"Tho native troops have lately been
engaged In lighting more severo Uian
any which lias hitherto been experi
enced. A short summary may be given
of a brilliant piece which was rewarded
by congratulation from Hen. French.
"At '. o'clock on the morning of No
vember 23 tho Herman forces tn front of
the Indian troops nude a most rcolute
Httack on the British trenches, which
was assisted by artillery und carried
home with the aid of hnnd grenades and
various short ranee explosives. The
combined effect of th various missiles
was upparuntly to render a conslder.ib.e
length of the trenches untennblc. The
result was that the enemy made them
selves mustera of this portion of the
"It was not possible to acquiesce In
the conquest of the trenches, the reten
tion of which was involved In the Ret
oral scheme of defence, and It was de
elded that a counter attack should bo
made. This was developed at 1:30, but
In spite of every t ffort and the greatest
devotion tho attempt failed, the enemy
making free use of his artillery, machine
guns and rtlles.
"A further attempt was timed to
begin nt dusk, about ;30, This was
prepared by a most formidable artillery
fire in which most of our batteries took
purt. Thus assisted the troops available,
again attempted with tho grn,test
HOW DO YOU
The following l a list of Kuropcan
names mentioned in recent war despatches
with the Ungllsh pronunciation univa
lent.' na nearly as it Is possible to Indicate
Amlfontalne Ah ni-e fon ten
Arnaville Ar n.h eel,
ILircarat llsrk nth
Ilethlneourt Hay tuhn koor
Jullly Jwee yen
Uiiigemarrli L.inzho tnurk
lxilvre I.tva vre
MImv M e.
Itojoy-eti-Mulleau Iloe zwalwhn.Muyl-
Itnuite Matron ltnuihe Msy ton,
Vlell Arcy Vee ay Ar r.
Uriezlny -ller io lay
SERVIAN CABINET OUT,
IS REPORT IN BERLIN
I'nsildi .Miiiislry OvortliroMii,
Ik Story From Itulunriim
HniUN, Nov. 20 (by wireless to Say
vllle). It was announced to-day by tho
olllcial pre bureau that word has been
received from Sollu, Hulitarla, that tho
Servian Cabinet of Premier N. P. P.isltch
had been overthrown.
Other Information Riven out by Iho
olllcial press bureau follows
"It Is reported from Constantinople
that the larger part of northern Persia
bus been aroused to hostile uetlon iiRalnst
HussU, and that In southern Peisia the
movement nxati.tU (ireiit Ilrltiiiii is In
creasing, "Prince Alibas and Prince Ostium, nia
tlvcs of thn Khr.dlvn nf njrj-pt. have hrrn
banished by the Ilrltlsh authorities on
the charge of encaging in n antl-llrltlsh
"American and Knellsh papers riport
at Great Cost
! determination to regain the trenches.
Nothing could h.ive exceeded the
I tenacity Willi which they tried apaln
land ugaln to break through, but it be
I came, evident that a sufficient force was
i not available at decisive points,
j "liut the attack did not completely fall
1 Individuals apparently made their wa
! at certain points Into lurt.im trenh"S and
maintained themselves throughout the
night, ultimately contributing to the suc
cess of the final assault
, "About 3.10 It beiaine evident that the
attuck as u whole hud not sip reeded and
on e more the attaiklng forces were nun
pellet) for the moment to reluctantly with
draw. A little Liter an army corps te
serve arrived and tin: Htitth Indian regi
ments side by side began al)Ut 1(1:30 tho
rita.it assault, which was most hravely
sustain! d Thu lighting lasted through
I the night, tint nlx'Ut f o'clock on the
, morning of the 21th !t was evident that
the assailants could no longer be denied
' and by 0:1.1 we were once more musters
of the lunches nver the possession of
which a Month controversy had been
waged for nearly twenty-four limns
i "Our success was complote Three
olllcers and nlnet.v -sev en "f th" ixink and
; (Uc. with ihne machine guns and one
I mo:i'j.ir, were captured one hundred Uer
, man corpses were counted iwar the
I trenches anil they had gre.it numbers of
' wounde.1. our losses, although n; heavy
i unisldertng the tiatll-e of tho tiKhtllw,
I were nevertheless distressing
I "An Interesting discovery Illustrative of
, Herman uicrhods was made upon the
liody of a prisoner. It consisted of a
' picture post card wlrjt an Illustration f
'Calais. The letter prima contained a con
I else, blowing history of the famous port,
, concluding with the exhortation: Tor
i ward then to the German HlbiMltar.' "
I'.itilrtntz I'a titan tz.i
Kn.ulek .-'iu d-i k
Woinlkl Von nik
ilunt-kiuMiiH iluti ka iU
I.nborp?.- L.t hnr z
Nowy f-'rtiir.ft' Sovi fan .lm-k
WolliUc Vuln prk.
1 ta -t II iVFA.
in Arish--i;i Arlnh
JuzT-n Juz eran.
Krttai. Kh tnnA,
KhfUiHHur Il.tim hurr
TTori.k Tt'k ro ro Lfi
T all be Tt'ti b
Tuajisc -T'Mji 4
that t'ii military (lovertmr of Antvvorn
declared that American relief work In
Itt'liflutn was mfsirlltious This Is er-
roneouh. Tlie (b.vernor's ald-de-iMimp
stated to an Intervievvi r that American'
help In feedltiL- the llelulans at v. i v I
iistrliins llipel lion .Inline,
I Sptaal Cable Ht-patrh fit Tim Sin,
ItoMi', Nov 5'.' -The SpiinlHli prettnder,
Don Jaime, who is a Colonel In the Kits.
I flap army, has be, n expelled from Austria
I and Is now here on Ids way to Itussia,
GERMANY ANGERS SWEDISH.
Seizure of Slilp. Ilnlllp Is lie.
sented ! People.
C'or-KNiunn.v, Nov. 29. German wat
shipn continue to selzo .Swedish timber
steamers In the Il.iltlc. It reirt. d
that thre.. of these found at Hotterdam
were held up yesterday. The anger of
the .Swedish people rising. The news
papers comment that this action by Her
many Is in striking contrast with Hrltlth
courtesy respecting lrn ore and question
Hermany's attitude. No answer has been
made by Hennany to the .Swedish r.pn
scutations. The Social I)emx;r.vtlc pirty has de.
id.sl to form a Government iii cooper i
tlon with tho Literals if n common basis
can be found.
Private advices from Ilorlln state that
a Very ljwerful Germaji oftetisivn is ex
pcot.si shortly for tho purpose, of break
Ing the Allies' line.
1. Altman & o.
Special Order Dressmaking Department
flmmported Qowms and Suits
arc now offered at
exttraoriairaaxy reducHBorcs from original prices.
Ami Imiiteirestflng Sale of
Menu's amd Wonniemi's SOk Hosiery
vsil be continued this day (Monday), offering
very uraconnimop price advantages.
Fams for the Cimrreiniil: Season
are mow being shovo im the Novelty JcveHry
Department 5m a Care and entirety new
assortment which includes dainty Fans for
the debutante and handsome Fans appro
priate for the opera, theatre, dance and every
social function. Mere will be found Feather
and Quill Fans in all the wanted shades for
evening, with exquisite mountings of shell,
amber or mother-of-pearl; also a charming
selection off Watteau, Pompadour, Cabinet
and Vermis Martin Fans; Lace and Spangled
Fans; and Antique Fans off the French ana
3Ftft! Atmtu? - iHaiMamt Aw tin
34tl tui& 35tlf fctrw tfl Sfr tn flork
XpeeM rahlf lir$palt tn Tnr. 5rs
I'Anis. Nov 20. Unforeseen d Ml
In finding r suitable location li.iv, , ,lls, i
the abandonment of the pl,n, (., .. .
tho ambulance donated h Mi- i.,.
I'ayne Whitney In Belgium for tin cxm-f,.
benefit of the Ilelglnns,
The Clovernmeut has now :isk,gue. i
ambulance to the College Julllv, between
Dammartln and Moaiix, about im .t .
live miles east of Paris. The ii.L.
dlrectetl by one of the ri llglous onlers ,md
ordinarily has 200 students Now, n -to
the war. there are only eighty stude-il.
An elitlro wing will he devoted to t
ambulance, which will have a c.ipi. w
of between 200 und 2S0 beds. It w.i;
under charge of Walter Mart.!.. Ii ,j
expected that electricity, a ne.u ng p.int
and other equipment will be Installed si
that the ambulance can bo opened Chris.,
The red laps which tied up the admli.
slon free of customs duty of 1'ord amim
I.irico cars at Havre has been unvvicd
and tho ambulances have ben adm tte1.
A letter Is printed In a Paris papir
signed "American Hospital Superintend.
cn," In which the wilter asserts that t
American ambulance nt Niullly is be'
run extravagantly, estimating tho rot, on
Itisutllclenl data, at eight u.el it iult
francs ( 1 1.70) a patient n day. a:.d say
Ing that the cost a patient a lay in
New York hospitals Is between four ir.U
live francs tell cents to 1).
Such comparison, which is hanir o
Jure the ambulance, Is unfair to at a
buhinco running under wur comlltlun.
Imports of chloroform and i ther from th
I'nlttd States are expensive and opera
tions, expensive in the material um.I, aru
occurring dally. The ambulance rve
between 500 und S00 meuls d.tll, 'n- f-i
of which, although it Is admitted th.i' 'n
best 1 given, would be 1 franc 40 c i
times a head at any Paris hospit.i. ,u
the highest the cost of these me.iis r.ow
awnigi s 1 ft an 10 centimes
Tiik SfN's correspondent asked Chailei
Carroll what was the nveragu da.lv c isi
, per patb tit He repllnl :
i "It l Impossible to tell. The cmim.ttee
i has assumed it to be 10 francs as an
average, nit it is believed to Is u.i.l.'
I "'4 to S francs."
Lionel Karle, the architect of the new
, installation of the Waterloo Hospital In
London of 2,000 beds, visited the Ameri
can ambulance at Neullly In search of
WANTS JAPANESE IN EUROPE.
M. Plcllon ThlllUs Troops Miolllil lie
llrmiKliI I'roni I'.iist.
ptctal Coblt Iinpatrl, tn Tar So
PaiUs, Nov 2!.--.M Ptihon, 'ormei
Koretgn Minister, In an editorial in th
vtif Journal this mointim r turns w hi
advocacy eif .iapsneve participation In ti o
Uurope.in campaign He says.
"Th' moment of decisive actions at'
proaches The Allli must employ all
their forces to chise 'he Germans from
l-'ranee and Ib-lglum and rid the world
of the barlMrlatis who menace civiliza
tion Japan Is otlicbiliy an ally of Krg
land, has agreement with I'rance nnd
Hiissla and is at war with Germany"
M. Plchon demands that tho crmnce'
Irrlos of the Allies lose no time In arranc
Ing mentis by which Japnn may old th
M. I'lchen's article Is reprinted exten
sively in the r.irls press, hut without fun