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NEW YORK, TUESDAY, DECEMBER
1914. Copyright, 1PH, by the Sun rrtnUnp ami rubUstitng Attoclatlnn.
HbyiHIn to-day; tn-
fcLfHKtw: Arorto will b.
. Plfti: TWO CENTS.
TO BEAT ODDS
Ex-Sfnfp riiiiinnan in Peace
!'!?a Promises Loris
lal lire's Support.
(iLKASOX. A HARXKS
I MAX, GETS $10,000.1011
AtrtANT, Nov 30. Itepotts. hntf been
rerltent hi' political circles In tli last
few dn of ; break between Governoi
fleet Whitman ami William Harm. Fol
low I iik closely Mr. Whitman's return to
Jfcw York city from his Thanksgiving
vncatlon at Virginia Hot Springs Mr.
IHrnes to-night haH an editorial In his
Albany lUcning Jorunut. entitled "Tinas
)l.eie Chnimcil," il clurln;; that tlio Governor-elect
Is not a second Charles Ii.
Hughes. In this editorial, which is looked
upon ns st plea for peace, between Mr.
Whitman and the Itepubllean .State or
Ionization, .Mr. Hjrnetf s.i);
"Tlio Ignoralue of the usual newspaper
teporler, professional reformer and every-tl.-t
politician, most newspaper editors and
kl. 'una if perilous is will known to the
large and Intelligent citizenship of any
This retroctstlonal, reactionary, pro
fesk.on.it progressive conglomeration of
collected human error Is now engaging
Itself in another one of It absuiilltles
based upon antecedent probability with
iitptct to the Incoming administration of
the State of New York.
"Whitman will be like Hughes.' Of
rours Mr Whitman is no more like Mr.
Hushes tliim Mr. Hughes was like Mr.
dell or .Mr. Roosevelt.
"Tho Old Uuard will tight' or 'will
In the tlrst place, there is no 'Old
Uuard.' There Is a Itepubllean party, and I hit Sammy. When he dropped 1 was j Coroner Will:. mi Morgan began an In
there arc active men in each county m I afraid and when he did nm si.e.ik t lm,,u vmiichikim i.i-n.em nf n... .h,.iiinr. hm
wie otaie, ,ts tuero were ill iyui, anu as
there wero in 1C6. Moro have died and
retired Mnct liCfi than have slncu 1006.
Vut there will always b such, as long as
there Is a Itepubllean party organization
tid somebody will always be lnlluentl.il In
its councils. Some may be In some In
nances more so than others.
"The conditions which existed in the
jear 1906 do not obtain in the vc.ir
1514 In any particular. They risemble
each other In no respect, either in re
laion to the Hepubllcan organization of
t le State of New York or in regard
to the condition of public opinion or In
regard to the necessities of ine future.
No Intelligent American citizen at the
pieaent time is concerned with the in.ien
inations of the smaller polltlcia or the
b.g politician, the political 'upllfter' or
the cheap hanger on.
"Governor-elect Whitman has before i
h.m a veiy simple problem, Ills duly 1
1 to arltnln:st r the affairs of this Stat
wnicn nave o-en villainously uusmaii.iged. ,
The Itepubllean UeRlslatuie of both
branches, of course, blinds ready to
temperate with liov. Whitman In this re
gard. 'There is no ioslhlt conception of a
political situation which would make this
Impossible. Theie Is no party organiza
tion of the Itepubllean party ai there was
In 1006. with which the new (Jovernor
lias to contend or with which he would
naturally feel that he should it Itlll.tt f-.
"The eyes of the people of the North,
c' :ie 1'mted States ale set on Wash
) eloii Thej Intend to remove the bane
Jul Influences that are operating there.
Tiev intend to sen that the United States'
i placed again on an Intelligent, sane
A'O BREAK SEEN HERE.
The het Information obtainable here is
t at there Is no "break" between Mr.
V '.t nan and Mr. Hajnes, although theie
' rt iff. reni'o of opinion as to several ap
Jontmvnti One of tlirse Is the sch-ctlon
i' Lafayette II. tjleason, si-cretary of t lie
JlenuMlrat! State committee, as counsel to
i Comptroller In the matter of luherl
t.ir.'e tax appraisals a Job paying 10,U00
Th!s appointment will be made by
Comtit ollei -elect Kugene M. Travis. It
1' expected that he will announce deilnltely
t"-d.tv that he hits selected Mr. Gleason.
Mr Harnes favors Gleason.
Ilei oert Parsons and the county organ
iMtL.n wanted the post to go to Samuel
S Kiienig. president of the Itepubllean
t i ..if. (ommlttee Mr. Whitman was In-
l ague with them that Mr. Koenlg
tlee1 eil t,i,i pi, ire.
M- Tl'as had a long talk with Mr.
W I'm, in soon after the latter got back
o n il.,t Springi yesletd.iy. Later .Mi.
w 'iiLtn said in understood that t!ol
(1 '"in w.is to get the Job, He did not
f 1 m g'lMtjy ibstiessed.
T- "break." then, such as It Is, is he
'itern M Karnes and the New Vork
e unH oig.uiiz.ition rather than between
V Ha and Mr Whltiiian. This Is
Jniiiing new, fur county ItepublleaiiH such
s lb inert l'arons and Mr Koenlg have
'"en opp i.ng Mi, Barnes for some time.
KENOSHA ON CASH BASIS TO-DAY.
1 It) will llenutnil Snior Itebntcs
nihrr spni Piireluisers (.el,
Kl .osii.v, Wis., Nov. 30. This city Is
t r on a 1 ash hasl to-morrow morning,
" i) will pay cash for everything It
.iii'l as a cash customer will demand
'I veiy person doing business with It
C ' tl" same lebato that would be nl-
"e to ,in, piiviitn tlrni or corporation.
T' lm tne office of the (itj Puichas-
1. n'uri - being put Into con llllon and
' ' io-iiio row, 110 bills against the city
' 'i paid unless an .Older fiom the
'' .- p nteil with them, The wotlt-
1 ' the plan being watthed with In
l ' by Mudints of municipal nsearch.
SAW APPENDIX TWILIGHTED.
Iliielor Wlin Win Opernteil On ii
He I 'el I li I'll I 0.
": " t sleep" treatment was tiled
f' thv' ti ne for un appendicitis opcr
1 Sew ,leie -...slerd ly. Dr.
' ' - V N iinejer of I.H Kou.th street,
a is operated oil nt the Nellie
llosultal In We, hawkeii the
' o' .is ale used III "twilight sleip"
e. niiiisieifil, lie walched the oper
1 11 did mil fiel t In sliiihtesl pain,
t d del int. I.
1 1 l.a Parr and, lr A (i
hf ,1 t the I'olj "IHilc Hospital Mini
'I lr Hugh Tyud.ill and Ur.
Itr.nly of the visiting stiff of
Hudson Hospital performed the
The pew ticnlinent was em-
Dr. Nlemcyvr's own uutu'catlon.
BOY, 10, PUT IN
Parent Makes Dramatic Statement in Court, Saying
He Will Surely Hurt Lad Who Accidentally
Killed His Son When Hunting.
I'AHHAti-, N. J., Nov. 30. A boy 10
e.irs old, handcuffed to a six foot con
victed thief, was led oft to the county
Jill tit I'.ttersoii this afternoon. Ho was
wceplns, because he had accidentally shot
companion, one year his senior, nnd
whs . eti.-ed of murder
Ho might have sne free In the custody
of his parents, us fur .is Judge Costello
us concerned, but before the court had
a chance to extend that meres the father
of Sammy Hochman the boy who was
slnlu, stood up In the court room and
made this plea to the Judge:
"You had better send him away to Jail.
Judge. His life won't be worth a. penny
If t get my hands on hi in. He murdered
my poor little boy. Ho has carried a
gun for three weeks and has threatened
to shoot other boys and girls. He Is not
10 years old; he's 1 4 and a bad boy. If
he comes back I'm nfraid he'll die."
Aim! the Judge sent Max HublnowitK to
Jail charged with murder.
Max. It seems, who lives nt 171 Third
street, had gone out yesterday afternoon.
Ills smalt cnllbred rllle over his shoulder,
with Samuel Herberg, 8 years old, of 153
Third street, nnd Samuel Hochman. who$e
father Is a h.itdware merchant at 40
Later In the das two of them faced I
cited parents with the news that Sammy
ivhnun had been shot and had died on
s way to the General Hospital from a
,.,., ,v, .11-11,-1,11 iii'siui.ii iruni it i
outlet uouno in me iieiiu. i lie iwn ooys
then disappeared and the police started a
-eatch. which ended this morning in an 1
alley two bkn-ks from their homes where
both had spent the night. i
"I put the gun up like that." said young ,
iiumnowiiz, stretching ms arms as tnougn
he hail a rille pointed In the air. "and
tm'" Pointed it up like that. I didn't 'anow 1
him and rnn away. Hut 1 didn't wnnt to
TWO KILLED IN DUEL 1
IN BROOKLYN STREET
rnideiilifieri Ualiniis Slitmt ,
KiicIi Otlici' Down Out-
sido Picture Tliciilrc.
To Italians met outside a moving pic
ture theiure at Union and. Columbia J
streets. Hrookl-n. at 0 o'clock lt night ,
anil wmniui any preinmnm-jr wiu .m ..
revolveis and began tiring at each other. I
Nine shots In all were discharged, l'our
entend the body of one man. three the
body of the other.
The sidewalk was well tilled with pedes
trians for a block in cither direction, hut
the shooting was done with such rapidity
that no one culd Interfere. As a matter
of fact, most of the people turned and
One of the men, the one who received
three bullet wounds, fell almost instantly
The othei, seeing his opisjnent prostrate
on the walk, shoved his revolver Into a
side pocket and stalled to run.
He ero-sed the stn-et and nail aiivanceii dan .. continues Mr si,,,w. day ba.k to the dis of the grand-
about 2n0 feet before he Immii to stag- ..f ln,, :rirl!l are willing to stand by i fathei. John I!., for whom he was named,
gei. A moment later he fell a few yards ti,nr , (.m.ii), h lu lund going to tur'l and for generations beyond that. It
In front of Police Sergeant MeCormick, , ts )m,.( oll lt8 , f,.,., If l-'outeiiny Is r -nls-who
had been standing a blnelc away and i tl, fught over again, will the Irish!
was running lowam toe scene ui "i'' i
Hy the time a physician had arrived
from the t.oug Island College Hospital
both men were dead. The police looked
them over, but could llnd nothing to
establish their Identity, Several of the
deli'tJtlveH win) viewed the dead men
agreed their faces were well known In
the neighborhood, but they could get no
The theory that the men were e.,ders
of rival gangs was advanced, ami tho
police began hunting for Information on
A money order from Naples, Italy, for
40 lire was found on the body of one
of the men. It bore the name Pensabene.
British King Is
Guest of France
Sicntls Hay With Sou. nt Hos
liilnls (.'licorcd ly
s;i,i,i lahlt tiftpotrli In Tiik SI
London, Nov 3ft. King Geoige of Kng
lainl arilved In I'ranee at fi :30 o'clock
this morning The Prince of Wales met
him nnd they pissed the day visiting tile
hospitals and going about In an auto
mobile. The Prince sei tiled to be extremely well
pleased to be with his fathir on the.
tour. Tho King and his son bowed and
smiled repeatedly In response to the cor
dial greetings of the Inhabitants, who
g.ttheiid by thousands to welcome the
llntisli sovetelgn and Ills nm,
Among the places visited by Ihe King
were the hospitals where wounded Iliitlsh
olllcers and soldiers nie belns treated.
An Kngllsh King has not been on the
Held of battle since 1743, when Geoige
II. led the Itrltlsh lliinnverian and Hes
sian forces at the bittle of Dettingen
against the I'lench In the Win of the
Austrian Succession. After Dettlngon
Pal lianient passed an act forbidding the
King of Kiigl.iud ever again to risk Ills
life III bittle.
The Kuiperor of Austria Is now the
oily ruler of the warring Kuropean na
tions who has not been lit the fron',
mid he Is preveiitid by his advanced age.
SA I LOR PI!hc' RETURNS
Has lleeov ered I'riim iiendlelt Is
mill Will Heloln Milp.
lirrlil Cable llriatrt In Tin: Sis,
LoMior , Nov "0 - Prlnrc Alh.-rt, nr.
0111I son of King George, will rejoin tlix
l.'olllngwood iilinofet lininu-
(i It ERN T It I I' K 1 C O T 0 II
IN SUN Itlll'lbl, VMI.H IIOTTI.UH.
ANUItKW USlliJIt . CO lJ Jliiburch, A4v.
JAIL ON PLEA
OF SLAIN CHILD
shoot him," and the !oy broke down
Samuel Herberg, drawn close to the
Judge In a fatherly way, was so badly
frightened that ho lttt tho power of
speech, He could .only say Inter: "Max
told the truth."
In n iitwui'Ury after I.ouls Hochman's
enraged speech Judge Ctvttclln culled up
Prosecutor Dunn, who slid Max would
have to be held on n charge of murder
and the othor boy released In the care
of Ills parents as a ni.iterl.il witness. Men
nnd women In the crowded tvttrt room
protested ni-n'tist tho boy's impr sotunont,
but dipt. Turner of the detective bureau
preferred the ch.irgo mid the boy was
held without ball. II" was turned over
to Constable (.arret nnd slnckbil to
Alexander I.abnh. who had been sen
tenced to thirty days for robborv.
Tlio lH)lloe ond friends of Hs'hmnn
aro keeping n close watch ivi him. as ho
Is much affected by Ills son's death
ltublnowitz's parents wHI seel, to get Max
opt on ball.
SHOT BY PLAYMATE; DIES.Mt) yearn to will real estate holdings I
Hoy Picks l'l (inn In (fnrnge nnd
I'ulls the 'I'rlttKer.
Soptii Hivnn, N J Nov 30 "l didn't
know It was loaded." said Milton Wi Ight,
14, on Saturday, when u gun in his hands
was dlschiirg.d and fatally wounded Al-1
bcrt Abran... 12 years old. The Abrnm,
iit-rt .tor.iiti", i oci. I lie ,t i 'J inns j
uoy was rufnea 10 reiei s itopu.ti, i
New llruniwick. where he died this eve-
The bos had been plnyliiff In (he slrtet
near their homes when they went to a
garage. They saw a gun theie and voiing
Wrlgnt plcKe l It up. pointed it at IPs com.
p.mion and pulld the trlLgMi Tie' charge
struck the Abramt Imv in the abdomen
so far theie has been no arie.-t
SHAW URGES IRISH
TO ENLIST IN FRAHCB'sws.f&r if is&ia la
, vicinity wli te following a policy or rarely,
' if ever, selling and as raiiy making lm-
1 provetnetits ,n their holdings when lm.
Snv.s Pi'ii.sian .Militiirv .Miicliinc'
Should lie Slinltcrctl on
'I'll i -i Coiiiliiiialiou.
tir. ,. t'nhe Utpnlrt, tn T:tt
(,- , t ,e r.r .,,, .,,( In.lk.., .,
;ip.,n to irlsh ien to Join I
struggle against Prussian militarism
.. , , , . city in onier to m.iKe wav tm a new
Tliough 1 have no sort of antlpathv siilmiiy teimmal.
to the Germans, I vend ii ns a mat- Mr Weiid-I never vvent In for ofllce
ter of cirdin il Impm tam e to western display nt his business he nlqii.irtrs at
ilemici atlc ilvMlzatloi.. to all the most lT.'i Hroadwa.v, where one wh.. ii-hf,l to
hopi fill lemi nts III the levival of leal ' se. him climbed two flights of wooden
national life In Inland, that the Prussian i "ti ps In an old fashioned, tuu-tv bu.ld
military machine should be shattered on lug and found Mr. Wendel among ancient
the reslstai.ee of Kieiieh lepiiblu-.ins and safes and high old viood.n desks at
Irishmen, who liavo broken similar duinl- vvhlih bookkiipers and cleiks stood at
ration In then own country. 1 t"elr woik.
"And If there was ever an Institution , , ,
on earth that has monger claims to the 1 '" """ nusliie.s le.
imputable polite, il hostility of every ex- A sign e-nfronting one on the otllce
truue democrat and reputillcau than ! wall upon entering hn been the business
tliitiiin C'i.stli th.it mstltiitioii U I'.nls. t.xt of the hoti-e frnm Mr. W, Mitel's
itrlgaile Ii tray its old comrades, the
Kreuch, for the sake of Prussia?" wi; DO NUT SP.1,1, I'ltOPIlltTY. I
"I invite ihe Itlsli impers to write 'se- 1
dltloli' as bittween ICuglaiid and lielaud 1
until they ale black In tile face and Also Mr. Wendel's office force always
their opponents are ml in the glii. If It hns been modest In numbers. He pre
nmtisfs them, but as between the Irish1 ferred whenever possible to go around
cause and the cau-e of western detnis racy personally and collect his rents.
Ilie inu. ii'i iiir i.'o io ill.' nm,- in ,
the Turk and the Prussian militarist
Mr Shaw suggests that nn Irish brigade
should Join the l'tenih army illicit.
"As ptnctiral dllllculties have made a
strong appeal to the War nfllce t" do
away Willi the silly and useless oa'hs
which stick in the thio.lfs of Irish le-
crtilts," he appeals to Irishmen to stand
by I'ranee and. after saying that he Is
the "best alius, d" man In llngland, cv
plains that he h is stepped Into the breach
becatin' "It is hopeless to 1 Vjie, t the llrlt-
Ish Government to sic the situation from '
the Irish popit or view."
"They keep scolding us," he S.IV-, "fori
not attending Instantly tn the needs of'
Krs an;;r,':.;pr;;y,i:1! :
whether they are to ui.dAstand that w-o
s.'.lously luem. we are rebels against tl.e
"We reply instinct ivcl.v. 'To hades with'
.i. 1,. !,,. , .o ti,.i ve. ,.l.ie..t
particularly to the Itrltlsh Kmplre. wlileh t'l","'' House, or from Tliirty-i.lt.th stree
s useful to us In a vaiety of ways, but,"',"'" ""aiw.iv for a lilock, wlt-i
bec.uise It is bevonil hiitnat. iMtience to "' lumber stored back of the one story
be iwtiired bv . lupous noodles " I shacks, bclmigs to the Wendel tealty
I, holdings 1 iff llroadway, too, west along
ACTIVITY IN BALTIC.
(iermitn I'leel Mil) lie I'lepnrlng In
Vllnel. Itusslnn I'orls.
Coi'KNH vi. i:n, Nov. 30. --The Genu. in
tit rt is becoming Ihily In the llaltlc
Scandlnav Inn anil llusslali desi.ilcln s In
dicate that pii'iuiratlons nre being made
mr a sinning mow agaiiisi iiussi.ui puns,
enfeiing the Gulf of l'iiilaiid, and possibly
the boinbaidini nt of Pet111g1.nl
It Is lepoiiid from seveinl hoiucos thai
u gie.it iieiitralion of Ihe lleet and of
Gelllian tianspoits s In piogress 011 the
Manic coast nun mat uaisiinis nie neing
wltlidrawn from Kiel to stiengtli"li tin
llaltlc Miiadion opeintlug in the Gulf of
llothiila (excision hv the censor)
BRITISH FOOTBALL MAY STOP.
(onilllloiiiil I'ltiiol-o f Oilier
iniiseiiif ills Ire ( Insed Too,
Sirrial I'nMr Ht'l'iUrfi In Till'- Si s
Los'ims-, Nov 30 A meeting nf repre
sin 1 loi'i-iiK 10 II' in"
senlatlves of the eleven principal London
professional football clubs was held to-
iltiv Wltllo ei.fiirillnir tin. 'nultiillon nf 11
sirtlou of the press as ut.se, upulotis. un-
"" -an.able. niidlgnifled , un-llng.lsh."
1 tens iiMilved nevertheess to stun nhiv-
. "I n,u,l. If ra our.es.' golf
links, theatres, music halls, niov.ng ph-
Hire thealivH mill inner iiiiiiismeiits are
lintel ('Isri'tidiin. Sealireeie, Florida,
Reprenentntlvc, 1U5 llwuy. 'Xel, Wadlion bq. 4741.
HIS SISTERS MAY
Owner of Vast New York
"DON'T SFJJ' WAS THIO
3I0TT0 FOR L'OO YKAKS
The death yesterday In California of
.Inlin (!. Wendel, head of an old New i
Vork city family, which Is one of the !
largest owners of real estate here, will )
probably sirvei to throw Into tho hands
of hit four surviving nlster.s between
iso.ooo.noo nnd $i;n,ooo,ooo of the
choicest real estate in the city. Much I
of this property is In unimproved lots
nnd In parcels on which the buildings '
are of little value.
It has been lh fnmltv nislnm frte ,
to surviving members of the family, ami I
If Mr. Wendel continued this custom i
his four sisters will each own, Includ- i
lug their present holdings, ISrt.OOO.OOO '
or,h of oMa,r mc,,ng many loU
,Vhos,,, I)rojuc.on uf lnt.om(t , bp
,.,l . . , , " 1
'Jf 0 by th ,'"'C"tm f
ii..jrti , .. . ...
nc.pi,ew u L )0lwedel it Snnia '
I.Monica.' near I.os Angelei. " Ile'wn's
htricken with pnralysls after a recent
trip to the I'uclllc coast, nnd a weel: '
ago his physician:, abandoned hoi,o I
Tlit MirtlvliiK MMrr. I
Tho surviving sisters am .Mary 12. A.
Wendel, Ilebecc.i A. D. Wendel Svv.pe,
Hli.i Yon K. Wi-ndel and Oeorgtana O,
It. Wendel. Another sister. Joseiihine.
died lust spring and, In accordance with
thv ciiMimi of her family. d.vId.Ni h r I
..imhi.koh estato ain,.ig licr brother- nnj t
I'or mole than 200 years tlin UnH,.l
i,r",,',", oiuid bo poss.hiy avoided. ,
As a result of this policy John U.
vvenuel, , b.ti-helor in h.s eightieth year
I and sometime soken of in print as
, "the ltusstll Sage of Hroadwtiy," hid
hten managing i rsontlly a fortune In
1 rea'ty valued by wine as high oa ISO,-
"III 200 ytars o more we have not
"' I'1"!"!!." I!! '.. 111.,,
, 'i l'. ."?.'.'',.-" .'.'.''i,'' .''"iT.L
was inteivievved about the luh: t.e was
then malting aganift th condemnation
of Ins pioper' it 40 pey street by the
iiii ,-i ,i iio&.-o r,nr ... ni ,,ii.
Wendel Is said to have been one of the
largest real estate buyers In Manhattan. ,
(nee he got hold of .1 properly real estate 1
brokers as a rule knew It would be Just
us well to cross that parcel off tilt Ir books .
nr possibilities. 1
Mr. Wendel always turned aside the
efforts of various men of wealth to nr.
tpilre the v.uant land owned by Mr W en-
ib I net door to his city home at Thlity-I
ninth street and 1'lfth avenue, where,
when not nccupt Ing his house at Irving- 1
ton he lived for many years with his'
maiden sisters, the Misses Josephine and
A 11r1l for 11 I'd Hog.
I""""' .1 Mnety-tlrst street-Ho 'hat his
sistets ''pet dog would have some place,
'1'll;'t Htlt''!.' "f ,n! ?t0,ry '"""'" "
Ilio.idwiv Just south of the Metropolitan
I Thirty-seventh street to Seventh avenue,
ate more or .tlr wriniei properties or
great value on which are mole shacks
and plli s of lumber
Tin- city got hold of land fro'n the
Wendel estate upon which to build the
Hall ot Itecnrds only after the passage
of ail act hy the Leglsl.itute Heal es
tate men, however, rubbed their eyes In
1 September, tfiK.', when Mr. Wi ndel volun-
t,i,y nlTered for sale lands at the comer
u,(w,wv ,,i,d Libettv street and a
,,,, 1 ,,t rir,-Malden lane.
Am intrrviewer rashly suggested to Mr.
f w'ei del a few years ago tli.it the policy
, f ,s family of never selling leal estate
r,ih.ib y vvas p.ittorned after the nrac-
tlce nf the Astor family
"We held ie.il estate before John Jacob
Astor !" filed Mr Wendel curtly ".Senti
ment Is our reason for not selling."
The Wendel fniiulv own large trues
of Intel on Long Island at (.niogue and
W'esth.iniptoii lle.ich which they have
never shown any disposition to improve.
M'ss .losephlnn Wi ndel when she ilbri
left All estate estimated to he worth 13.
Olifl OiK to be divided Killing her brothers
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SKS.aflT Canal street, 3S Graiitl street. 40
Uev street, 33r( Centre sheet, proper! v
In 'Fiftieth and Kit t -Mi at itucti and 47
West Sixty-third street.
KAISER RUSHES FRESH TROOPS
TO AID HIS ARMIES IN POLAND;
FIERCE FIGHTING AT LODZ
RUSSIAN 1.- W'WfW V, ),
-n5 T 1 A Jfj H (J G y R V Jsg
Till: battles in I'oland are being f.eight over a terr tnry of such enormous
extent that tho in vements o' a s. g..- d.n a seesaw of a few miles only
cannot be indicated in the small spawn ava.lable to a newspaper. It Is
possible only to locate In a g. ..enit tva ami ivilh re.i-oi.able a.'-ir.icy the
loeatlons of the malti ut.it" of the lieriiiai. and Itu-nlan fore. Tue situation of
tne ojiposi ,e armies, ;ie shown ,n the above map. ! ubtitnail fr"!u the ltusi:t:i
and Cenn.i i ..If.elal reports. The result of the tremendous baMles In I'oland. In
Kast I'ltisna and along the border of Silesia has not been determined. Neither
Ilerlin nor Petrograd ,-laim a v i.-tory nt- vet. although i !i .i-mm ts a lvant.iges
gained. Apparently the situation is as fillows-
1. The whole campaign sums to depend in the abllllv of the ltusfsnn army
which is assailing the Herman army In the region of l.odz to dMvo the Germans
fiom a strong line of trenches they hold at Str.vkow, Zgier.:. Siad.; anil Zadunslt.i
Pomho!!"'1 frC' ,Url"nK mo'"'",u ,rou""' " ,hu ""rl!l so,,u' '
2. In the region from Hock to I.onis.7. south of tho Vistula, a c.ernvm army
seems to have regained the olfensive uml i niaUliig a d tt rniiued ellort to break
thiough the Ku-lan line at Iowu.-z and to rel.evv the distreosed for-'e ne.ir l.odz.
It Is reported that thl army. .!n ! von H.inletiburg's. has bten reinforced.
i ne siiiiai'oii iim cusi oi vv iiMun.iJtuirA iiiiporianuy ..it iiih imiiii at iwor.
nnr Ijivwfl. . ,.i,tt run i i. i
l"ie in tills ri c mi for the double purpose of rel eving Von MiirUenen nt l.odz
a id to divert t'e Kiis-I.iii fori e north. Jsl of i'-koii',
4. The tight'ng at Crii.,w has b. i mi- of , iinelllng i-!en st !i i- i .poi-t.d
toat itii'sian arm es have invested the city from the north, the east and the south sanctioning; lootiti
aid tb.i' the biim',.n nun n: 'i.i- begun. While i Y.n ow stands no Uuss.a i inv.i-ion "
of Silesin would 1
Ihe Litest rioinrts 1:iihs
ern Kast Piuss.a n.l face Get man lorces
l a rumor that German 1 eeiiforcemeiits have drivni the Uuians back in this
r'""'The lilies,,,,,,, have reached Darkehmen. thlrtv miles ms.df the Kast Pru-la
f'ontler. aciordlng to Ite-bn T'r.s naiks 111 iniiortant .oli.iiu f cite lluwi.n
army marching on Itisterburg aid Koenlgrberg and givm the Itussans command
ot both railronils 111 eMreme Ka' l'rues,.i
The black arrows po.'ii ug .1 a nei illv eaterlv direct. i,n mark the advance
rf .eiman rcenf.c .vec- ts The shaded a.-nuis pointing westward mark the advance
of P.ussian reenforrements.
120,000 Germans Sent for
Final Attack at Ypres
(arrisouN in l'"l;iiMlrr lleduceil In .Aliiiiiiiiiin. Ilc:i liccii
I'nrceineiits Ii(Miir IIiisIkmI An'iiiut Allies'
Lilies in Xortliern lleljiiiini.
, 1 utile lirtixurh In Tnr Si
AMSTIlitPVM, Nov. 30. A telegtittl re-
ceiveil to-day from Situs My that a j
great battle Is ngitig between the Yser I
and the l.ys, more violent tlinn an j
The despatch snv s thin I'jo.noo Ger
mans have been Mint ag-ainst Ypres
lit 11 tlniil eftort to take tho town.
The German ganisons In biaiiders
have been rtdticul to a minimum, so as
to leeliforce the troops at the front and
to pievent the Allies from advancing
it X.ouiif bcke and l.atigcin.irt k
ALLIES TO ATTACK.
IlllllUe of Tlicllcs b I.imi. .lonee Is
SptcM Cri'.'e Itnimti-I, in Tin
PiniK. Nov. ,m.. I'rom whatever entise
the German effort In the western the
atre of war has relaxed. It Is olllcl.illy
announced that their forces In Helgitim
tiro entirely on tho defensive. In France
their iiltacks have been desultory and
have lacked power.
The olllclnl ic port to-night states that
there was calm ever) where tn-d.iv eept
near Anas, where some attacks b the
Germans were made and repulsed. Th
expo, ted drive of 71IO.0O1I men agale-t the
allied line In the region ot Anas has not
developed, nlthiiiuil the Germ ins have
shown moie eneigy In that ngloii thar '11
anv other patt of the battle line. Tin
olllclnl teport of to-night, issued at lojiio
There Is nothing to report except
som. .itia.kii by Ihe etniuy inn Hi of
Arras which vvcie without result.
The lighting was n, heuvy veslenlay.
A sluckinilig of lire limn the Get 111:111
artillery In ll'igliuu was ng,.ln nntid
in the 0lli1i.1l rsit. The Allies made
slight ..dvnnees 111 tae north nnd re
ptllsed Gerrjam attacks at the ens of the
Hue. The tut of the report Ws 1 lids'
In Ilelglum tin enemy Is p in lin
ing on the defensive 'flic nrlllleiy
lire has been iVeUie, mod Wi have
made prngii ss at cualn pelnf."
In the vliini'v "f l av wi hold se.
cuni) tin positions " taotuml n
In the r glon of Sols-ons there
has bien an Intermlt'ent artillery
III" dlrtectcd ag.ilnsl the town
In Hm AigoiiiHi several attacks on
1 1 j . ; . i .. i i
tills- II. I
lit ti nrniies m.itiit.ilii h f.inthnl.I in snlltn-
north of Soldau ami Nledenbuig. There
the tov.11 of Itagiiill" wile lepul'ed
bv our tioops
There has been a heavy fog on the
heights of the Mcitsc
In the W'oevre I'lstrlc.t the enemy
honib:itih d the foie-l of Aprcnient,
but without rc-ult
Tic re is nothing 1 1 report In the
GERM A NS WE A KEN ING.
I'ri b lleporl II I u (inlns 1 pres
llesirojfil b riuoreil i'riilu.
Ptiiis. Nov 30 Tim following nilleinl
sl.llenient w .is issued here to-night under
"A few th ads about what has oc
iuiit',1 on the front fioiu Novenibi t II
to November 27." The smieine.nl si.vs:
"The geiui.il situ.itliiii has not ma
terially 1 hanged pi that peilod. The
1 iiny has worn liiin-.-ll nut In p.uti.il
1 .,i,,1(.uh without lesuli out counter
attacks have inflicted on nlin heavy lost, s
and ha vi brought some gains to our-
"Fiom the sea to the Ls the attacks
of the Dii.Miiy have bten very lutermlt
1. nl. on the Ultil, the lib ami the :'.MIi
the tleiiu.in artillery In genei.il iimaltied
"Tile old nnd inagmllieiit city of Vines
was coiiileinneil to death mi the day wlnti
the 1 let man limpet. ,1 was obliged to give
up all hope 01' e miring it Tito battules
1101 in n if siilllcieiit lor Hi, it woik of
ilesfriio Ion, the 11 1 111) took to lloutlieiu
an .11 nniic.1 train 011 tin- J'.M and 'J.lil,
ui.dii- the guidance of a captive balloon.
"This train K. pt up an Incessant Urn of
ixplosive and Incendiary shells The ca
thisln.il Polity and the market liuildiius
successively collapsed, mi the evening of
the "3d the main -opinio of the mj was
nothing nii'te than a lietp of iiilii.
"The tiling was kepi up tDiitliiiui in
order lo pielent the city from being suo
loied, but our sapper.- winked tt ml. r the
shells and succeeded In iisculng many nf
the llihnl'ltaiils, tho city le.'oids and a
few tnclores In the iMtisetuti
"i m He .Ith nnd Slh wo micci edil, to
the south nt HlMiiuile. In gaining :i foot
!ioM on the lett bank of the Yser. In
ipite nl the eiieipv's till our Hoops In Id
In,. L'loinid willioul dilllciilty.
"Kurt'iei to tlie soiitii a French army
cri- idvained 2no meters along its Iron!
. bis bi Id Its uroiuiil The shells nf
I th. Gem m nttillii) sometimes do nut
niii'st pioperl) Hue Infantry In io:ii.
p.irUon vvith the Jtifantty of tin enemy,
font in ii erf an &'oiid I'age.
Gormnns Escape Trap. hut.
roXot, Yd Out of
mi?, too. iruimiEs
FORCES TO POLAND
S.OnO.Ono 3ron Will Bo in
Kattlo in Vow
RUSSIANS SWEEP OX
TX EAST PRUSSIA
Cracow Xow Invested on
Three Side?. Says Un
M'M.M.ll Of Till, U'All T.Hm.
The tlghtlng In I'oland oontlmvn with
out decisive result l'etrograel admits
unoflhially that th Onnnnu by dea
periro valor broke throuc'i a. Rusilar.
trat at Lodz, bu Insists that tne
Knlner's nrin:e are brok- n and '.ha
lretrat is nl' t!i"V can hopr tor
Herlln announces nillclullv thif ,i rser
i man army ho-s begun an atluck south
I of the Vistula, toward I.nvvltz, but suys
nothing of the )nttl nt I.ndz. I'ti. f
' ticially. it Is a.rte.I that tl.e (ierr.mn
"f" ' " ci more favorable,
portion and that a new advance on
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rsavv can l- e.pc. ted from .Marrhai
., ,, , , , ,.
operations in I5elcii:ni nnd I inure
are desultorv and tuumrii rt.mt with no
, " '
development apparent of the ere-tid
(;,.n,ian .ittael- -it Arms
' " 11 """
rown I'rincc I leder
'lederu f, W'ii:..iin of
(iermany sas In un Interview that
"undoubtedly tli! Is th- mnsi suipid,
!,.. . ,.... , ,
''nieiefs and tinneii-sai war ..f in d-
ern times." lie iecktr, ihnt tb rm.inv
lOriCll III Ilgni r ,-vs , ;i .j,.ij.
sibln for Ainerloiini to li- hevc that lie
I , , ,
''apable of stea.mg art treaiiic- or
Gen. .loffte. commander in t hief of the
.11....4 . . .. ..
""" "ie. newspapei tor-
respondents at Me.iu that "this l.s a
",,r f'"' '""''fnity. and the tltial triimiph
will bo ours" l-'runce will do h- r duty
. .,- ,.,., ,, ,,
success I'linuv lie ,..
I'rnnce adds to Ihe color scheme o
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documentary explanation ,,f :bo e-a.i.,, s
I of the war by Issuing a Vi low I'apir.
which places the responsibility upon
nnd Germany, nnd states that
Britain, ItiissLi and l-rancn were
dy to uilopt means of -I'ttieini lit.
but weio rebuff) l by the (1 ru.anic
There i a lepoii in .Mon'eviileo that
a llntisli lleet nnd a iiirin.111 ll.ei are
,i.ot far apart In th- S .nth I'acitlr. A
naval battle epected soon.
j King Gisirge nf Great Iiilt.1111 is ,n
I I'l'.lllCe. He Hpellt the ll.i.V visiting
' l'.rit..sh wounded in I'teiub hospluls, m
company with the Prince of Walts.
ISSUE OF LODZ FIGHT
IS STILL DOUBTFUL
l.erniiitis ( 1 1 tit It liter lleiips of Demi
lo lisenpe 'I'nip.
ii .i ii m i i.to.n i- n:,
Sfierm; l i r unrf, m o Ihr ,,,.i,,,n liaily
Siwn.il i nhlr l'Hi,itl. In Tin Ms
PilTiiiHiu.vp. Nov. 30. The i-sue of the,
battle around Lodz is sll.l ,l,,iil,ii'ul. 'i'he
liattlo will certainly go down itlUi his
tory as one of the most Hi-reel) i . n
tested and str.itivic.iliv lirillmnt ell-coiiiiti-rs
ui tho history of tin- vvoild
Millail) vviUiis l.i i, - say thai, while
only a German nriiiv would have w,..ked
into such u trap, boastfully assuming
that tho enemy was afraid of u, only
n German nimy could have esi-ipi-d
The way the Geimaiis I1111I.-.I 1I11111
selves against vvulls of Hussiiins, when
they discovered they vveie uriuiiii'led,
is described as like nothlllH flue iban
the sfriiggles of m.idileind wild iiniiii.ils.
The carnage was awful iifiin the
Gerniiilis had tn climb over In ips of
their own dead In tin- rush against
P.iissinii bayonets. 1 ften they h.nl to
cross 11 '.one of iiru'.lei) lit n whom
shrapnel took terrible toll.
The German soldiers wero riic-rnmmed
tn do their utmost bv the 1 itt iilntion
nf a supposed speech !) the Kuixer, III
which he iissiiied the snldleis that us
soon as Warsaw vva.t 1 .intiitcil I',. I, mil
would bo forced lo p.n nn mdf iiiiuty
lurgo enough t" give evei.v man In th
victorious :irm a iirize of i luu.ooo.
Tills legend, ll'lllllllfcent of I lie Will's
nf A 1 1 tin . evidently hinl un elfec'. 111
spite of t llhVlilllS, cruel flllKitt
Thanks to th" nbiUiy of Hi" (nipped
divisions, Germ. in Generals wen- nb'i
tu avoid .1 Sedan ltefiislug to eon-iiier
sum' inler us a possibility nnd rlis-uig
lllflr fV'es to inevitable ennnnoiis 1,
they oldefed tllflf tl'oois to bleak 11 Way
This Is possible in almost nil silii.ni.-ii-of
Hie kind it the Co in-r.ils make up tln.i
minds to saerttlce ,1 sufficient ifnbei '
lives. It s only linpossilie when i.ie
surrounding army is l.irgi 1 in-ugh 10 el,- -
at "Ii'''' anv bie.ich In the wall
The ItusBlai.s did not luvi I 1 - - 1, .
oiltv of numheis Th y lout- 1 1 im
centl), but they had a vasi :ng p,
closed, And at tlio point wlni t , .
mans concentrated their all o-.
to connect with another foice m u s .