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THE SUN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1915.
"Tho Bnttntt rowers having decided
In create an entirely new front In the
Balkans, entailing the prssence Of a very
considerahle number of troops, it has
been eottsldersd necessary lo obtain from
tho flicek Ciovernment something more
definite In the way of guarantee for
the security of the allied forces ItlM
men- promises of hencvolcnt arint'd ncu-
"Tho nature of thee guarantees has
Hot et been declared, hut 1 am Informed
In hlKh diplomat!'' quarter that they
will In no way be Incunsist. nt with the
maintenance of the nntltnnnl dignity of
FRENCH MAKE GAINS.
Drive II ulnar. Bark In I IsBtlns
In .eath of Serbia.
Bprcinl CMM Ketpatrh In Tlia Si n.
Lohoon, Nov. 15. The, etwrnioue
losses b the main Serbian army In Ita
effort to hoi. I back ihe Teuton and Hul
far forces dosing In front the north
and cast lira ttullcated by the oTldal
report Issued In Merlin to-day Ma t ma
th t l,Ttl rk-iba have been made pila
oners In the l:iat twenty-four hour.
The (iermaJi War Ofllee admits that of
this total the Bulgarians alone took
7, Dun. Thin Hhown that the Serbians
are harde.it pressed by the army of Uen.
HoJndjlcfY, constituting h Hulgar an
cantre, which la moving west from the
Orient railway line.
Merlin aa the Serbia na have bean
thrown back along the entire line "after
hard righting." It la now doar to local
military ohmrvcrs that the Serbians are
not in a ' wild wholesale flight," mainly
because the nature of the ground along
which I hey are now retreating nuikea
Mich a flight neChc jsiesthle nor ne.es
aary. Nor are the pursuing invaders,
uci-oriling to a eemi-ottlclal admission
from Sofia to-day, in a position to push
the pursuit ill a ooncentrated line. Heavy
urtllhry has become virtually useless In
the mountain passes In which the Serba
are now establishing them-Hclvea for a
life or death l.aftle.
Nccrt In-lef. according to the Hul
garian stateinenl. the Serbs are falling
Into tlic hands of the Invaders "at the
late of 1, ui.iv w mi day."
French Make i.slns.
Reports regarding the fighting In
Southern Seibla and the strip of Hul
gariau ten lory Invaded by the Franco
Witlah expeditionary force continue to
be optimistic, and everything points to
ever Increasing violence In the fighting
there. A despatch from Salotilra says
that lbs l-'r. nch have forced the Mulgurs
back and ale moving toward Koatiirluo,
inflicting heavy losses on the enemy.
A statement Issued to-nlgbt by the
iT ranch War Office Mays the French are
eucceriilng in their movement to Join
mid retictc the hard preased Serba in
the Prtlap region. It la this Junction
that now constitutes the principal aim
of the Kra in-. - Brit ish staff at Salonlea,
a h lis success would e t lously menace
the Bulgarian tlank. The French state
ment follows :
There has been Intermittent cannon
ading in the region of Ilobova and
On November 13 a violent action
took place nn the left bank of the
Cren.i, where the Bulgarians are con
tinuing their attacks witnout success
Our troops are coming in closer
and closer touch with the Serbian
detachments' operating 111 the Prlleai
An earlier stnlement issued In l'arli
thla afternoon said :
During the day of November 1! we
made progress to the north of Kobova,
In the direction of Koaturtuo. Mul
garlan troops delivered 'a Violent at
tack along the entire front of the left
bank of the Ciena Ktver. Tney wero
driien back with heavy losses.
Bulgarian Losses Heavy.
The l.iifv Mail's Athens correspond
ent talaglatdn l
""The French on the. Valandovo front
followed Up their" aucceasful attacks
after they had taken important posi
tions near Hill Bll anil ensured Kos
tourlno, live miles south of Strumitza
"In an attack on the French positions
on the i 'u na River n November 12 the
Itulgarians lost a large number of men
in killed and wounded.
'Three Bulgarian divisions, the Sec.
lid. Third and Seventh, totalling .".tf.Ulm
nan. are operating in tha ROaaOUSasa sec
tion with tha object of preventing the
recapture of Kuprtn."
Trie Innly Mail' corresisoident at
Ktlotiica sa. .-i in a floatation tiled ettr
i lay :
"On the left bank of the Crena. south
fo Kunrili. the Bulgarians, having re
ogttred reenforoemente, again attacked I
yeeterdai afteri n. righting waa atlU 1
going on at II o'clock In the evening.
Hlnaa then M further Information ha.-
lajen raoelvgd here.
"The Uulganaiu have reocvupicd Te
tovo i K ilkendeien i They are going
ground Ba Habuna Hag and ur. inarcn
Ing on rvllop."
The firruan Hepurt.
German official statement
Our pursuit DOMbUMd everywhere
Yesterday a total of li jillt Serbians
were made prisoners and twelve can
non wero captured. Of these tot'als
the Bulgarian! oaptured T.ooo man
end I ix cannon.
The following seml-Ofllcla despatch
fisim Sofia was received this ufterronn
by way of Vienna. Berlin and Amster
Bulgarians, Germans and Austrlans
are scoring successes in all sections
Where they Sri operating In Serbia to
day. On the southern front the Bulgars
(ire fully holding their own against
the British, Prenoh and Serbs.
A (Trench force which crossed the
0rena River from the direction of
galonloa araa thrown back in disorder,
Willi exceedingly heavy losses.
Ruaalan Conaul Btrabutajey was
among the prlsom r taken by the Uul
gars at I 'skiih.
Wrc of Nish the combined Hulg.ir
and Teutonic forces are hard on the
main Serb army's, rem The Serbs
ere gradually breaking into guerrilla
ha; ids ami scattering so much that it
Is difficult i" make a Capture In a
uncle body, but they are falling Into
Bulgur and Teutonic hand! at tha rate
of 1 ."no or so a da) .
A despati li from Athens says the Ser
bians, besnle- defeating the liulgarnms
and reoceupylng Tetovo (Knlkondalen)i
simultaneously attacked Kiimanovo,
whence tlen Itosovich's army is said lu
be moving toward Monaetlf ,
BULGARS WARN GREECE.
M ill t He Itet uonsll.le for I'lgbl-
lug In lis lrrltor.
Bkki in. I ia Isiudoti, Nov. lfi. Hul
gana lias nmile rgpragantatlotlg 10 Greece
concerning ins peril to Break neutrality
If the allied forcei In Serbia are driven
into Ureeoe Bulgaria declares It win
do nothing to injure Ureece If it can be
avoided, but n cannot he responsible
should the fighting be cariifd Into Greek
territory. If Greece will not disarm the
tioops driven back from Herhla the llul
gai'luM will follow Ihem.
'K. OF K.' A 'SCAPEQOATf
Berlin Mays Secretary Was Neat
Kasl Because of British failure,
Hhiiin, 'lg Amsterdam, Nov. 16.
"General opinion is that Kitchener has
tieeu vent to the Orianl as a scapegoat
on acuiiinl of the British failure," sas
the Ovarsaai Newg Aganoy in an Item
gr.en out I0duy, it adds that Sofia
I, dvl.es s'iy I. ail Kitchener's mission
will niakt nu impression "since it Is Im
nosllbte for the lirllisli to obtain uuy
gdVanUsgM at the UaidaiieUus or in
FRENCH ROUT GERMANS
IN "LABYRINTH" BATTLE
219 DAd Counted in Front
Failed to Take, Says
Heavy Fighting Reported in Argonne.
Special I ahlr lirtpalrh to Tfir Bos.
1'arik, Nov. II The main Interest In
the western battle line to-dsy has
centred about "the laibyrtiith." In the
Art out district, where a relentless, san
guinary confl.ct has been waged for the
last two da) According to the French
report the Hermans left 21!) dead be
fore the. Fiench trenches, which they
tailed to take yesterday afternoon. The
throwing of band grenades continued all
through the night.
The official communique given out to
night is as follows :
In the Artois the artillery fighting
has continued without any new en
gagement of the Infantry. Following
the engagements of November 14 at
"the Lathyrluth" wo counted 2 111 of the
enemy dead licfore our trenches. We
bombarded trains at the station of
Hoye, In the region of Soissons.
In the envlrone of Berry-au-B'c, as
in the Argonne, the artillery tire has
taken on a more sustalnod character.
Our batteries have carried out a con
centration fire, the efficacy of which
has been proved, Wtween the Argonne
and the Meuse, agalfist the German
RUSSIAN ARMY NEAR
lieriimiiy Accused of Seud
incr Munitions to Aid
BRITAIN' SITES OUTRAGES
rc.TROORAn, via Iondon. Nov. IB. A
Russian army Is within forty miles of
Teheran and is encamped st Yang'ema.
The German legation in Teheran
caused to tie transmitted a quantity of
ammunition and arms to Hmlr lllsmet,
one of the chief organliers of l'ersian
opposition to the Kusslans. The Hus
sian and British legations thereupon
sent word of the action to the l'ersian
The German, Austrian and Turkish
archives have been deposited In the
Brlllah l.nirrsnnnl Tells of Al-
larka on ranaaila
srcii CaW fsjegafee i Tar Si s.
IsiNPON, Nov. It. The British For
eign i ittlce issued to-night the following
official gtatemenl i
"tn the 1-tb of July the British on
sul at Hue' hire (Persia) was attacked.
Two British ottlceis defending bun were
Ml14-1' . ,, . X.
"tin the 1st of September the British
QomuI al I apt hag attacked and
wounded. An otderly as killed.
una i lie Tin ..f Seiuember the British
Consul af ghiraa was at
ked. He died
the (M Mating day from
received Dy ine nriiisn
hllaz stated that the tnali-
l iillKlil.il e at
iger of tne impensi nim ww u..,,,...
nad ujhiii oraars irom untiuu.
Bngl Hid and Rtiaakt entered lido an
aarreement In l07 recognlalng the politi-'
leal Independenca or Persia. Immediately
I after tins agreement bad been concluded
IreiHiits of German and Turkish propa
galidil 111 Persia began 10 Spread. lurmg
I the preaenl wai the Brltlah Government
i has exercised a ilrtct oensorahlp on all
news regarding atiti-Bi nish leeiins
anions the Persians,
Recent dtapatchea from European I
U have Indicated mat mere is u
I mowing Is-lief in political drckM of the.
i i.'....i.. PnsM that 1'crsla has made il
.leal wltn Tuikev and Germany
velii," Persia, with the financial
other a "I of these Powen
tamni to regain her entire
i, is to ut-
freedom of I
,n November " a Teheran despatch
by way of Petrograd said that Russia
had warned the Peretan Government
that if the rune-is of such an agreement
between Germany. Turkey and Persia
ware found to lie based on facts tha
Anglo-Ruewlan agreemenl with Persia
insuring the hitter s Independence would
at once lapse. ,
Tw.i davs ago a Ixindon deapatch to
Thk Si s UUOted the London Tttttre'l
Petrograd correapondani as saying that
i lie Persian
nitlisik waa aiarmwgi
laring thai Germany II
making feverish piepaialion.-i IOI .i wn
paign to aid toe Persian rebels against
the llrlitsh and Russians.
SAYS TURKISH SYSTEM
OF MURDER IS TEUTON
Marsovnn Profewor Averts
Maualmani Lernd it
Prof .1 P Nendleii of Anatolia Ce-
knja, Idaraovan, Turkey, told the New
York fieri, al Confer! (raaterday
loma of the incidents of tha Armenian
nniHsacrcS. Hi exvlalned thai tho Ar
menians in Turkey have always been
leader. In art. manufacture, farming
trade, and have always uevn ine
to do part of the population. Th
have been Jealous Ol llieiu 101
because of their prominence
In ut mass
avatam. said P
cres tlu re was a luck of
of Xendles IfaaasMsrsa
warn u company
company Or Armenians. ini
it war the Turks have learned to
into killing. Ha nut noi say
the Hermans nave laiigm iim sgassin
in murder -merely that Turks have
learned systsin n war from the tier-
truutsand Sta now apply lm their knowl
edge to the wholesale murder of Arme
nians They recognise th opportunity
offered by be war lo get rid of more
successful neighbors and claim Turkey
tor the Turka.
At Anatolia CollSgS Sll of Ihe thirty
teacher unci almost all of Ihe sludenta
were killed. TUsiga llUdsntS were buys,
alnioal all of them Armenians. At Mar
sovnn ordtrS WSrS lasuetl by the Turks
tliut within a given nunilier of hours all
Armsnlana must bs out of the city.
Prof Xsndlss took his fainlly to
Athens nd OStnS to America ulone.
AiniloliH College, now broken up, was
lu charge of the American hoard and
was founded and wholly bupportasl by
gifts from Americans.
of Trenches That Teutons
French War Office
trenches to th- northeast of Itethin
court and In the, Wnevre against a
group of mine throwers to the north
The afternoon communique follows :
In the Ariols district, at "the laby
rinth," the lighting between Infantry
forces, together with the throwing of
hand grenades, continued without In
terruption ' Isst night It has been
confirmed that the losses of the enemy
during the action of November 14
were very heavy .
In the Champagne district the Her
mans have attacked with hand
rrcnades the barriers erected In front
of our listening posts at Hut to de
Tahure. They were repulsed.
In the Wocvro. to the north of Clrey,
the explosion of one of our mines,
together with the very sustained fits
of our trench guns, overwhelmed the
enemy and demolished his sapping
The official German statement follows
Northeast of Kcurle a projecting
French trench 300 yards long was cap
tured after tierce fighting and Joined
to our positions. On the remainder of
this front there, is nothing now to re
port. TEUTONS ADYANGE
IN YOLHYNIA REGION
Russians Are Repelled From
West Bonk of the Styr,
DRIVES AT SMORGON FAIL
Lotrnotr, Nov. H. Aeoofdlng to the
1 German army report received to-day the
jtrooiia under Gen. von l.ins'.ngen have
I mads definite progress In the Vnlhynla
district. The Itusslnns. It is asserted,
were driven from the west batik of the
much disputed Styr River tn-la Rus
sian attac ks at Smorgon, east of .'na
are said to have broken down.
In the absence of a Russian state
ment the ofllcial news of the eHsiern
theatre to-day Is comprised In Ihe fol
lowing rcp..rt from Berlin:
The official German Statement follows :
Russian lisal attack In the neigh
borhood of gmorgon broke down, with
heavy losses In front of our position.
Army group of Prinoe Leopold of
Bavaria: There is nothing to report.
Army group of Gen. von l.lnsingen :
In connection with the invasion of
the enemy lines at 1'odgacte i Vol
hynla) German and Ausl ro-llun -ganan
troops ester.tay attacked the
Russian position on the west bank of
the fliver Styr along their entire ex
tension. The It'isians were defeated,
Tha western bank of the sHy r has been
cleared of all Russian troops.
ALLIED STRAITS LINE FIRMER.
(.nil I poll llr ft-' HffofnrrrH
1'itnta lHy .li rrii llrMirtsa.
tpttittt VittU ltpUrh to Tin. Sis.
PaifcM. Nov. 15. Tha Lfrnoh War Of-
lire imttitM th f"Il" luff VtMOTMnl 10-
n4gtM win. rmril in Um rtKtr.j-iK ai thti
! rt.nl.irh lie :
Ttii-.v uprr HO miTort.mt et-fi1n i:i
i porlod botwoon Novtitbei" 1 a:wi
IS. Thetf mm liHorinlttoial Infantry
Mid Mt4Ilory Bottvlty uti uh hji).
The frxn, is iuk roonfOrced iy
MM M wry dofoiaOM a r.il ttto RlaUn fea
ture tf tin- irusstt mltM tbrowetii
At otrteUii polnti f tri front wa
lmve dVMOOd ur i"Mh
i tit' i OloM touvli With it if Tmkisli
treiK'hfW, tut iioOfkora In wMoh Wt
I ti tho u;t thofc hoj boon bombafdai
ni'-nt cif th mill to ry it ibltol monti
on QaUllpoll b) i ii BHtioh iHonlioro
KAISER TO SEE DRIVE ON SUEZ.
Iluprti to H- In OMOtO ii 1 1 nole i
Wlirn TfirlbS Mnt nn l'wil.
";."'itj Cat'lt iifnptt'h to Tilt. Si n.
ROMS. NOV. II. DoapOtoHoo from ('on-:
BtonUnopIt Indtcoto that tha KolMr! ar
1 1 vhI iii the Ottomon papltoJ la axpoetod
ti oolnrlde with the denarttiit; f ;i tiew
Tut -kiwh aspodlUon otTolnal t he Buaa
Canal and Kk pt Groat propa4atlona
are bolnoj noda for the triumphal entry
if Bmpofof WUIlam at Conatanttnopla,
TraveihTH aiTlvIng from Turkay ro
port that the Kaloor will he aocom
p.inied hy A rohduka Chorlaa Kranola,
the Aunt rion hair apporotiti and Kins
I'Vt tlitiati'i of iiuiis' it 1. 1. umoroua Qar
man oflloori att at ti Uitf dally at Con-
Htantliiople ami are untn on Into Aala
Ulnor to propart tha way for the itrh.'
of the Tau to qi and Tm u Into 1 ha 'rlent.
All Information from tha Qoldan Horn
Indlcatoa thnt tha Turka are graatly en
oourafod and opttmlatlo ovar rocont da
volopmonti In the Naar Baat
MOVIE CAMERA ON U BOAT.
alCMHa Mmie riim r sni-
Xnti Km nee.
NlOlt Nov. 1 7t. Taking moving plo-
turoa jf a ainklng ahlp from tha dock
of a aubmarlna that launched tha fatal
torpodo Ii tha lataat novelty In th
Toutoiia' aubmarlna activity, according
to Capt llafaoll of the atoamahlp
franca, aunb by a aubmarlna in the
Madltarranoon on Novombor T.
Capt. Ptafaall aaya tin aubmarlna
0hloh nank t he Kraia t; rami- within
100 feet of the VOOOOl, while t lu t ew
wa i taking to tha boata and after tha
dlaombarkatlon had boon oomploted
grouped I ha hoata togathor and took
, movlafi with the HinkiiiK liner a.i the
RUSSIANS DESTROY ZEPPELIN.
lirrman Airship lamb al liroilaii
After Artillery Attack.
London, Nov. U. A Frankfort .ie-
Spatch lo Th. Hague say a Zeppelin
ha lauded near Crodno, Russia, after
being badly damaged by Russian artil
lery. The dirigible yvu destroyed In greater
part hy lire after I lie crew wa rescued,
the despatch says.
NORWEGIAN STEAMER SUNK.
Crew of Ihe Wai'iiusln, llralr.iyed
l submarine. Is sate, I.
I.oNno.M, Nov. 15. -The
teamjhlp Waoousta, i.iihk
heen sunk hy a suhmnrine,
ununited here to-da. The
It was an
The WaOOUStS was a vessel of 1,111
Ions. rlhe sailed from I'lctou. Nova
titotla, on Octubsr lu, for Vladivostok.
REPORT ON ANGONA
Itrilirvii Envoy ( nils Attack on
Liner AtrorloHH, but
Givos Few Detnils.
LANSING WANTS FACT8
Wasiiinutov, Nov. 15, Villi the Aus
trian Government glvlntv out one ac
count of the sinking of the Italian liner
Atn-ona resulting In the loss of several
American lives, and the Italian Govern
ment transmitting to the t'nlted States
I roverninetit n contrary account pro
testing ngalrjll the act, the State iJe
partmeiit is still without definite In
formation of Its own as to whether the
destruction of the Anoona calls for a
protect to Austria.
The Italian Government's etntoincnt
was presented to Secretary lainslng this
afienoon. It dees not contain ttie
charge reported made In Home that a
German submarine sank the Ancona. law
it does denounce the ant as an "atrocity"
committed Without warning ami without
The state IVpartmeiil despslclies on
the AfiOona e: ill contain nothing more
rinc reMirLs as to the mini-
bora aOVOd atld whore vartoun piirtiCH of
aVrViVOra were landed. They do not eH
tabllah dMlnltely how many Anarlrajia
were .li hoard and how many of them
were lot, and OOQtalfl no Informal Inn
arhatovar on the vital quean tons hm to
Wbathac the AhOOan) Irai warned tr
arhothor m k .' waw nttmptcd.
Knlliin KmHawv Iteport.
Trie utateiiient OOmmUtllcavtad h the
Italian AttabtMOdOf DiIh Hfternotin In a
The Covernment of the tTnlted Htate
! douhtlenM uware of the particulars
reported by the prOM In connetlon with
tho OUtraOTO perpetrated hy the enemy
UpDt) Italian nlupplna on N.vender 0.
"More that i onee the deatrurtlon of
Italian merchantmen had taken place
under circtimatanoaa which permitted no
Other OXplanatlon than that there was
bohltld the prm ediiro a ruthlew imrpnM
to u-.' hrutivh fOfOa agalntrt private
pioperty of Innocent persona. Noiwoni
batanl passenger: nntl OfOWl already
have DOOfl the VtCtllM of ItMWt method,
but never hat there been an liiHtnnce of
attoh unparalleled atrocity aa In the cane
of tha linking of the Ancona.
"The unarmed liner en route to New
York waa ataamlng waotward botwaan
the ooaota of Sardinia and Tlinla carry-
Ing paiaangvra and cargo iaoUnod for
Atnorlcat It was out of the question
that the VaOOal I'ould hav been huh-
poctad of carrying arma or contraband
I ..r perins In the service of at.y of tha
balllgot enta. In fact none of the rlr
ruiiistanc. h alleKC'l In other cast in an
attompt to Jiiatffy aotiona doocrtbod by
the!'1 authntH aa a nooooolty of war or
u.s a rt pri.il were preven in the ease
of the Ancona.
"Tlure are prlnolploa th.it no S'ate
ought to dialog a I J and no private In
dividual could violate ulth Impunity. Re
spect for tho lives of parOOfll In no way
participants In a war Is kinuiiir these
fundamental rules of humanity and in
ternational law. Thla rata Inipoooa upon
bolllgoranta tho atrli I obligation to df
all In their power In every cttTUIuataftCg
to protOCl the lives of OUOh passengers,
a li I nil I a ii tt hiii ll.'ialls.
"Without any wanting whutever. with
out ecti .1 hi. mk iliot, without obeartfing
any ..f the fortnalltlea accompanying
ihe riKht of search, the aulmtarlne en
countered by the Ancona In ihe afore-
said clrcuiiutlancee opened tire upon the
Unarmed t.HHHeucer liner, relent lesaly
slielltiiK not oul ihe wtrelesH .11. na rs '. ua.
side anil decks of the ship while she wan'
ut a etop. hut even the lifeboats In ,
which the terrorised pasaeiigora werei
aeelclng refliye Many of ihe paH-enicers
eara killed outright or wouadod game 1
who approached the aubmarlna in the'
hope Ol rescue Were ilrlve'l off Willi
j eer a. An a result of tht Inhuman pro
cedure more than 20u men, aroinen ami
chll.lrcii loal their lives.
The Royal i ioveininent regards, ii
an a duty to denounce aoioninly tu all
nations the clrcumatancea deacrlbed
above, Their eenttmenta of justice ami
humanity will cauee ihem without doubt
to Judge a it deaervea tha conduct of
au enemy which is obviously contrary to
the dictates of civilisation ami the
recognised prlnclplee of International
11 via" noted here to-flay lhat the
Italian statement i larking Hi detail
i being devoted more to a denunciation
i of Ihe i-lnliitiK of the Ancona rather
than 10 a circumstantial account of just
I wnai nappeneo. it i noi rvasrasu nere
i as constiiuiinB ine aino oi evidence
which ihiM Uovernmenl considers necea
aary aa the basis of repvesen tat Ions in
SUCII a case.
299 ANCONA SURVIVORS.
It.. mm l,-prtn New 1.11 Thnt
I Himis I unit- frtini ( a i r nut n ,
ROMKi Nv 15 IsitMt ortli'tnl nport
tha numbai of MV4 an 290 out of
n t. 't;ii o'. r.'i; aboard tha Italian Itntf
Ai.i ' na auilk hy ;i Mil'inarine tff S.n
dlnla iMrt TttfajdaM' majuilty of
tha tctlma aon taartivfl paaaancara, of
whom only flftyMvon aara v
a rtetarmineo. Hffitstton hu Derun for i
tin- lidoptloii in tnt MaultarranMii of
mauauraa almllv to thoaa which itopptd
i ha rman HtitMnnr ine activity In tha
s'nitti Sf.i. Tha vlnklni of tha atattm
hln Uoanla. f 1 1 v 1 1 at ulooalv unon tha !
daatruotlon f the Ancona and tho V
ransa, roaultad lit m count rywlda demand
for auch ntoooufoo
Tha Maartton mada b) Roma noana
pa para thai th'' aubmaflnaa now dla
ulaylna; iuoh kk-ui octlvlty m the
j Madltai i .inr.tii, ihouffh flytni iii- Auh-
i ti i,hi ti im. orlajlnnlly ran if from Kiri, th
I Gannon novol hoio, whanca thty are
I aald t" hovi boon ahtppad In placoa to
Triaata, acconipHniad by uornton roo
ohanlca und novo ofticaro Tokon from
Trloata to llto Aoatrlan novol booo t
PolOi 1 ha navppopara aay( tha undaroai
uraft mailt' thotr way throuoh ttit ohon
nala of tha pKliuotlan archlpalaoO) pooch
mt; Oottorot avhonca thay allpitad throuiti
th Unao of tha AHit-M' worahlpa vto too
it roll of ot ran to into the Ifodltorronoon
h In aaaarlad that thetf ara Mtnpiy
tattona for thoaa aubmorlnai alono tin
Uraok UOOOl aitd thai a lirotrft on this
ground waa mada by tin ItoUon Conaul
Qt l'a.tr;iH tn baholf of hia ( io ernmenl,
charging violation f Qrook neutrality.
T. R. FOR "NEW DIPLOMACY."
Writes In M. I'lchull
I'Agia, Nv. ift, CqI, RoossvsR says
in a latter t" Stephen I'lchon. former
(Torelgn Mlnlstsr, published to-day in the
Psill Joumal, that he Is entirely In at
cord With. M. I'lchon' view "as to tho
necessity or a new diplomacy 11 tlia)
Thin diplomacy, however the Colons!
1 quotsd a Saylngi "must be baaed
on a new system ot International tiv
srnmsnt so toon i which in its tenn musi
ba built on greater solidarity of Inter
national opinion, at leSSt ah fur Us cer
tain kind of national mid international
luledei 'is ar,. conoernsd,'1
i 'ol ltoi,i-t lt I furt her nuotcl as
aylng thai hs ia attempting lu indu
tlie United Slates lo put Into licllon I
Intellectual and moral principles, an I
thai Iii hi u U great nation worthy
of the name must prt-narc llself o as M
be able to employ It power as an in
struinvnl of supreme Justice.
BRESCIA SHELLED BYi
Verona Attack Followed by
Bombardment of Another
SIX KILLED, TEN INJURED
.'sectijl rahU Ttmpatrh re Tea its.
TtoMg, Nov. IB. Following the bom
bardment yesterday of Verona by three
Austrian aeroplanes, causing the death
of twenty-eight persons and seriously In
juring thirty, Austrian aviators made a
raid to-day on Brescia, killing si per
eons and Injuring ten.
The official announcement Issued here
Is as follows:
Two Austrian aeroplanes bombarded
Breeds this morning, killing six per
sons and Injuring ten.
Breecla la eltuated thirty mlleg weet
of Verona, on the railway to Milan, whlrh
la forty-five miles from Ure."cta. It la
only thirteen miles from the Austro
Itallan frontier. Its population le about
Because of Ita great antiquity and
historical and art
la one of Ihe most
associations " !3I
iiiieresung cities oi
northern Italy. Ita origin goes hack lo
an Rtruaran colony. It became a city
under Julio" Career, paaaed under the
away of Charlemagne and became an
Independent republic In the eleventh cen
tury. In the art world Breecla lp noted as
the birth place of Aleesandro Ilonvl
dnn, who left many aplendid esamplea
of itenalssance painting which may Htlll
1 seen In the town of hia birth. The
Uallerls Martlnengn also contains fine
worka of Olrnlamo Roroanlno and Olo
vannl Kattlata Moroni.
The ilty ia replete with Koman and
medlieval building of rare Interest. An
excellent Idea of the wealth and bril
liance of the mediaeval Krescia is shown
by the Monte dl I'iete, (he vestibule of
the Madonna del M Ira coll and the mag
While without extensive fortification.
Ilrescla contains a government email
atma factory and an artillery barracks.
It la Ihe headquarters of the sixth mili
tary territorial division.
TAKE AUSTRIAN TRENCH.
Sardlnlaaa Oplirr 2TM Prlsaaera
at Haul, Hoaae Rraorls.
Scwcio CabU f'essarcA ia Tea Sea.
Hosts, Nov. in. The Italian War of
fice Issued the folios log statement to
In the I.ulro valley i northeast of
laike (tarda! the enemy after In
tense artillery preparation attacked
OUT puaittuiis north of the Ilezieoca
basin. The attacks were repulsed No
vember 13. They were renewed on
November 14 ajwl reiiuised.
i n tha I'arso plateau the a Hon
continued throughout yesterday. The
Aasirians oonoeutraied artillery tire
on Ihe iiitrenchnient at I'raerhe with
the "-.)e. i of dilislging our mfaniry.
Tits Sardinian contjtigent of tile Has
salt hnsaiie reisted iieronally tin the
conguered poailiOtst, counter attacking
ar.d catituring mii enemy trench at
Haggl, t'sxetlier with 171 pneoiiers, in.
eluding eleven officers.
SAYS ITALIANS FAILED.
Aaelrlan I'naimaader Deelarre llr
Has Last So llefrnees.
TlKRi.tK, Via Amsterdam, Nov. 15
"The Auattian army on the Italian
front maintains all luititlona a I took
charge of them alien the WSf was ba-
Willi this assertion Qen. Borovich,
commanding the Austrian forces tixht-
Ing t lie Italian, opens
given out here to-day by the Overseas
The Austrian Qeneral
Saying that "tha third
is quoted ii
battle of Ihe
as having vir
mesna that It
Ho pays a
hrayery . Say-
isciizo may he eonsldersd
tually terminated, which
was lost by the Italian
tribute to the Italians'
lng 11 was especially nun ked
"tain attempts to capture the
h. ad at lioiltz Here, he e.n. the
Italian used 34-ccnlimeter hell for
the Hrst time. The agency tuot lilm
fu , t he r
a follows :
"Usnsrally .ik .. the Italian ar
tillery did sood work, a wa demon
strated by the erte of hole made be
foie our front by their shells
"While the bombardment was on.
the Auetrc-Hungarlan troop .11,1 not
move from their positions When the
artillery ceased firms the Italian sol
d.ers, who had hern told 1 lint the Aus-
I man and Hungarian soldiers had been
1 killed, advanced to within a small dis
tance of our position
"Then we niieiied fire and not one
Italian reached our main trenches who
did not fall or retreat "
LONDON CALL FOR DR. BLACK.
City Temple Wants I ulna Ihrn.
loutenl Prtileasor as raalor,
spttl'tl (-ilf.fr llftP'i'r', to Till; Sin. i
I.onpon, Nov. IS.- The Itev. Hush;
Black, formerly minister of St Qsorgs'sl
Tree Church, (Edinburgh, and at present
a professor of practical thsolog) al
I'nion Thaolnglrsl Seminary of New
York, will le Invited hy a ungnitnotIS
vote of the paiishionsri of the City
Tsmpla to succeed the llev. RsSlllSld
The Itev. Mr. I'ampbell left (he City!
Temple lat month to return to the
.'hutch of Bngtand, whl'-h he left twenty'
ream ago. ns arm os atntcnag to nu
Birmingham 1 i hadral.
HOUSEWIVES SEEK FACTS.
HOW .leraey Deleajal Inn llesriil
Crtllrlstn of allnal nil.
A delegation represent lng the New
Jersey 1. ranch of the National House
wives latasue called at national head
quarters, 25Weat Forty -fifth stieet, yes
terday afternoon to Inqulrs into th,. basis
for recent criticism against the uonducl
of the league, of which Mis Julian
Heath of 1?( West Blghty-elgttth stretl
la founder and president.
The ilelesatlou demanded permission
to inspect the "membership nt. ut of
ainiiatsd ulUDSi nnanolal records and all
other record OOntlSOlad alth or relating
to Hie aulmilllStrallon of the National
Housewives League, the ssscutlvs corn
niltteo of laiard of dlrSOlorS." The de
mand waa refuaed
Criticism of the league has come
through Us indorsement or certain brands
of household articles and food. Tha
committee consisted of Mrs. Hose llotc'i
kiaa Sargent of Newark, Mr Helen K.
Marsh, head of the Moutcltilr branch,
and Mr. Jennie t'onlrelle, prealdtnt of
the Newark blanch.
It Is understood that Mrs. John II
YoCUm of ICaSt Orange, president of the
New Jersey Slate llnusewlvc League,
haa gone to Alb.ui to give Attorney -Ueneral
Woodbury curtain documents.
Wilson in big
OVER HIS WOOING CRITIC
ronfisuei from Hrsf (io
mend that he he removed from the
The statement made by the hsII
ant postmaster with reference to the
President s engagement li simply sn
incident which alone wiiul.l not hsve
been Kiifflclent around for his removal.
This Wai one In a sericx of admitted
offences which had heen accumulat
ing for several months rtarnlfist Ihe
record of this employee
The Department tin not formally
and finally approved tha post master's
and finally approved the Postmaster
recommendation for his separation
from the oervlce and the rase la held
In abeyance pending further Investi
gation. In the menntlme Mr. Ilurkltt
Many here had difficulty In reconcll
Ina Mr. Itoper'n statements, Riven
anove, wiui a letter which he i said I
la have written to Hurkltt under dnle
of November n. in that letter, pub-:
liahed. the only charge against iturkitt
specifically mentioned was the one that j
he had made remarks In regard to the
President's engagement, In thai letter i
also the Kirst Assistant r.-r rred tu Mm -1
kltl'e "removal-' mid do lured that "the I
papers In your case' wi re very car.
fUlly reviewed before glial action waa
On November 4 the Wlnnetha post
master wrote to Iturklit thai he had been
removed from the ervn o because of (
"dlslovalfv to the President" and thai i
"he departnii ut DWIIeved for that reason
t,e was not a lit i.i rs .11 to retain his
In view Of these Statements many here
And It difficult 10 explain Mr. Roper's
latest announcement that the department
has not "formally and llnally" approved
the recommends t Ion and that Iturkitt Is
suspended gouging further Investigation.
It was suggested that posslbl) Mr. Koprr
had reconsidered anil decided to sub
mit the entire inaticr to Postmaster
BURKITT TO GO BACK.
Sara He Kirs I lie Pre.lileol t nald '
WiNNKTKt, 111.. Nov. II. "ThS action 1
of the President I not a surprise to me."
aald tieorge Hurltltt, when the despatch
from Washington saying his reinstate
gMM bad been ordered WSI read to him.
"Hut I certainly am grateful for the
Just way he has acted. 1 feel vindicated.
As to those demerits 1 want to say
they have nothing on me that eouhl bS
t'ull.llv i.kA.1 to remove me from fifll.e.
I hsve been told that Potmnter Klosp-1
fer hast eaid inat i was Insfflclsnt, 1
HERE ARE BRITAIN'S
'ONLY PEACE TERMS'
Dismemberment of Germany
Will Re Demanded, say
c. F. (. lfuterman.
'DESTROY KAlsKirs FLEET'
Lo.vnov. Nov. in l Tuesday C. r.
Maaterman, who .- believed to rep res
the VlaWS of the I iovernnirlf.. gives
this mornings ltli Paroalcl what
cabs "The Only Poesibts P. ace Term
After referrliin to the Premier dsclsr
Una IssS week ma' Mlglend Would u
sites i he I be Hword until the
t.f ail the All:.- are fully
The minimum of BO inspiring
riahtaoua an ideal has been mterpi
non-offlclally to me by aom. Mich a
as follows :
"H.l ion ttill be re'..re-l l' eivni'loti
mdcpeiiib n. e with an Indemnity I
lannanv ad en late to t
hu lding of
ruined c-.t'.e and Villi K - 0
I revival of hi destro-ed industries
fun compensation ror n- uieauieu
I .1. ad.
"Franca will racslve
a natural defatlSiVS b
Indsannii) foi ..il the
t lie present -' inquer. il
nuturul boumhu' atal
llsrmany'a atiai ( fi
A .v.i c -1. or
pi ov luces The
h would rend, r
able alike upon
is I tlS hound. I ' V
tjelglu n and Prance
f the llhllie Uat ler-
c. for the Rhine 1 its
many remain there, for
natural sreetern boundary.
"Oenmarh shall rtcelt
win... is purely I hi nish.
"ilerman. Austrian ai-.l
land shall be united in dt r
ihe Caar ot
., Klrat appointed hy him.
"Kali arould receive the Trenlln
th,. win.:., of Italia liTedents '
"Tin- Turkish Umpire would be lorn
ti. fragmanta, and Armenia, syrla, Pales
tine, Mesopotamia and Thrace divided
among thoaa who would develop and
revive these once fair places, now deso
lated under alien rule. The Turi- Would
sens rally be panned up In Central Ana
tolla, Whera they would be compelled to
learn to work IIUsSBd of massacre.
Serbia will be restored, with heavy
icleomuiv from Austria -II. it K.ifv to "'-
nais the vael damaaa d me Ifhi
receive Bosnia a' i lb t
adaguata sect w io I hi
of Austria that is Sctb
Mn. I I lulu for
sstble, these natloisi can rise t
the height or ineir opponuniiy. u
Ureeoe or Human. a considers Ureers rr
redenta or Transylvania not worth iiuht-
:ns for they will never rat
the' anil, 'or s Q over n mem and notion
Which will not flak t Ufa for Ii en
slaved brethren is a aovornmsnl and na
tion unfit by such cowardice lo be given
the privilege ruling over litem even
If liberated by other hands
"The ilerman licet should he altrren
aland and . Ithi r sunk or divided iii
among the Allies. All Rappalln or y.ci.
pelln hangar should be burnt. Merman
colonies worthless In IhSmSSlVeS fltUjag I
remain as trophies for the nation w . I
OOllQUered i netn--South Africa, India.
Australia and New Sealalld.
"i in some such basis Kuropean peace
might he secured. The tertlSI mas s. em
unduly favorable In IJcrmnny, hui no
lirrman would he li ft rule. I b) or sih
leotad to another race, and na other rsos
would he ruled b) a ilerman National
ity would be vtndloalod, and only hy na
tlonallty being vindicated i there hops
SAM S0THERN DIVORCED.
r.usHish i nun Proas wit.- of
Aelnr, tmericnii rlnyer'a llrollier.
Sptt'itll I'nblr ir.eiiA to TNI gl x
loONPONi Nov is. -A divorce dscros
nlai against Sam golhsrn, hroilier of
K. II. Sotheili, was grunted here to. day.
An aiins named Joan Hay wits the
do respondent No dsfsucs w.t.s offered,
Ahout three years at" mis. Ham
gotharn won her suit for tin- restoration
of conjugal rights, ii. r husband wai
then playing In "I IIHcer (II,
I iiuilirldue I tin I r lor . I. Ilriiaon,
f atrial fools patsslrs to Tu, v
I.oNI'on, Nov I.. Ailhur It. ( son
has I. cell lllipoiuled Mast
Key In Sloan Al
to succeed Hi. lute
have h.cn Iii the pnntolfice six years and
If I am Inefficient they have been a long
time finding It out.
"I am going hack to the poet office
in work. Of that I am certain. I do
not expect my relations there with the
postmaster will be any too pleasant
after all lhal baa happened, but 1 am
going to attend to my dutb and do the
work to the Isrst of mv ability.
"No, I da not .ate lo make any
n r, r nee to the so-called erltloiggi of
Hi.. President for his engagement to
wed Mrs. Hall. That eapresalon by
ine that has tSMaMd so much of a row
was not made maliciously. That ia all
1 have 0 say about it."
"I'm niigl.iy glad to hear Tturkltt has
bean relnetated," said Bugans itummier,
president of the village of Winnetka. "I
Waa sure President Wilson was too big
a man to let sin thing like that go on."
P..tmuter Kloepfer said he had no
com c ut to make on any action of the
"What sbOUt the demerits against
I Ilurkltt . will you make charges on them
and ask his removal .
"I Intend 0 take these demerits to
the (ooper persons for Inquiry," replied
1 the postmaatar.
WAR NOW HITS U. 8. OVEHCOATS
heller lira line toon, ae A rat 7 j
lllilnbels look I p Deal l.on.ls.
CtttOaOO, Nov. l.i. -Pnle.-is yog have
a good old overcoat you hiul better i
' hurry to buy your new one. The laleet
i war atrocity is the manufacture Into
orstgn army blankets of cloth that
! i ugni to haVS gone Into overcoats, n -1
cording to the (idvauce reptirt of the j
! National Association of fiarment Manu- 1
1 fa. turers. which will open Its convention j
'hire to morrow. The report continues : '
i "Overcoat cloth and blnnkct material I
Bra much the same thing. After the I
! last remnanta of overcoal cloth are '
1 mads Into blankcti which will be in a j
f w d:.- - overeat will be manufac
tured of othi r materials. They will not
be so ttarni and will not wear s-o well." J
mm : Xa - r i
4 .' aV slSBBBa. .- w -sf ev.sss'J-rsassrs
The customary method of collecting a draft on
Ralston, Pa for example, would probably be to
mail it to a Philadelphia bank; then the draft
would be relayed to Williamsport and from
Williamsport to Ralston.
All Collection Department items such as notes
and drafts received for collection by the Irving
National Bank are sent direct to the place of
payment the day received.
Promptness and dispatch, the highest standards
of efficiency, are dominant features in all depart
ments. IRVING NATIONAL BANK
Strictly a Commercial Bank Capital and Surplus $7,000,000
WOOL WORTH BUILDING NKW YORK
ai SBB 1 t ' 0-!
Therr. never has been a time when our clothe
have not been the final word in all that appeals to
the fancy and sound judgment of men and bov
of all ages and tastes.
There never has been a time when our garment
have failed to accurately portray the trend ot
correct fashion and refined patterns.
And there never has been a time when intrinsic
values were so visibly apparent as in our present
showing of Fall and Winter suits and overcoats
back Suit $18
Fall Overcoats $16
Winter Overcoat $18
Astor Place & Fourth Avenue
Subway Stahasi al Dor
of tha highest at ami -
nrd and valust mode
by Prmch grtificgrs on
nm avtwif m mrrriorm
FRENCH WAR FUND TO
NOV. 1, $4,201,068,200
France's Sharo of American
Loan to Allies Whs
LoKDOU, Nov. lr.. The sources fr n
which France thus fsr has Obtainsd
money for the proeecutlon of tho war,
and the vsrtoua amouiite from sash
souroe. were Itemised to-day by .Senator
Almond, president of the Kln.tce Com
mittee of the Henale. M. Annond
tdalned to the committee the bid author,
lung the new 5 per cent. Iran already
voted by the Chamber of DaputlSS, 11
act forth the following facts:
The Bank of France advanced to the
Oovernmemt up to NoVMibar I, I,00t,
000.090 frsnce ft. 400,000.000 .
The Bank of Algeria advanced up to
the same date 7u.000.ou0 ftanoa iu.-
National defence btjnda brought I,.
7H.7S8.0SO francs fl54ti.75i-.Mlii,
From treaaurv bill running on., tear
or lea. .31,58S.0H0 franca (tl,(,
917.600) was realneil
The proceeds from a it I per cent
bond Issue Juet before the war were
42.:if!,000 francs (I(l,471.lt0),
Bunds sold In the Inltexl Stirea
brouglit 135, 716. 000 francs ($27.11:1,.
The proceed fioin lionda sol I In Knf.
land were 1.028,7,000 InaDOS (IMJ,.
tf the Anclo-French loan fr'in ii
t'nlted Btatee. France's share was
1,250,000.000 franca (1110,000,000).
Thl makes a total of I1,00S,I41 9M)
Battleship Arkanaae I, oat a 1 arhflr.
Washiniiton, Nov 15 The Navy
Department waa advised today II .t
the anchor of the battleship Arkansas
became fouled with ihe aubmarlne tele,
phone cable aeroaa the Channel Oftpe
she Fort Monroe, Va., and tltat . nii
munlcatlon over the cable i Interrupted.
It le thought that the battleship's an
chor will not .be recovered.
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