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ALLIES HURL BACK FIERCE
ASSAULTS ON NORTH LINE
Contlnned from Tune Onn
armyt, of defense alone the Vistula.
aftfaW and the heights north ol
emysl have been rcoccupicd and
ALLIES REGAIN FRCNT FROM
THE COAST TO DIXMUDE
PAUIB, Nov. 7.
It Is officially announced that British
and French troops havo repulsed two at
tacks bt great violence mado by the Ger
mans, one to the southwest of Ypre
Mid the other on tho LA Basseo Canal,
directed toward Kuve Chapelle.
Jt Is asserted thaf not only are the
Allies holding their own at every point,
hut at certain positions they are pressing
The situation along the Yser Is described
as comparatively calm. Tho French, It
U announced, havo occupied Haucourt
The complete French olllclat statement
On bur left wing comparative cnlm
exists on the Yser ltlvcr In the vicin
ity pt DIxmude, The Belglnti troops,
Who were holding tho right bank of
the Yser from Nleuport to Lomhart
ayde and wore being subjected to a
counter attack by tho Germans have
been reinforced In time to permit them
to maintain their position.
Our front has been completely re
established from tho coast to DIx
mude. The marines have repulsed n
new counter offensive movempnt far
ther to the south. The enemy's at
tacks In the vicinity of Blxschooto
havo also been checked by the French
troops, who followed up their advan
tage. To tho cost of Yprcs, no chango
has occurred In tho situation. To tho
southeast of this town, we have re
takeh tho offensive, nnd In conjunc
tion With the British troops, who have
been operating at this point, have re
pulsed a partlculatly violent attack
made by forces belonging to the vet
eran corps of the Germany army re
cently dispatched to this roglon.
Between Armentleres and tho La
Bflfseo Canal the British army has
repulsed a violent attack directed
against N'euvo Chapollo.
It Is again reportcu tnat the Germans
have evacuated Lille, but this is not con
" firmed. A press report, whlh camo
through from a point behind the front,
The Germans ovacuated Llllo on Mon
day. The French nnd BrUih aro In pos
session of the city The wells nnd cisterns
In the vicinity wore found full of dead
GERMANS REPORT GAINS
IN WEST; SILENT ON RUSSIA
BERLIN, Nov. 7.
The German War Ofllco remains silent
on operations against the Russians In
tho eastern theatre of war, but claims
successes at several points in Belgium
A Vienna telegram contains tho follow
ing extract from an nnnlysis of the sit
uation written 'by tho war expert of the
Nouo Frele Presse:
"Early In October tho Russlnns begnn
the siege of Przemysl with ftvo army
corps and great masses of cavalry. Mixed
columns wero shifted to tho front to
launch a blow ngnlnst the German fron
tier. "Tho surprising advance of tho Aus
trians against Ivangorod and the move
ment of tho German army against War
saw forced the Russians behind tho Vis
tula. Their deployment was delayed by
the successful attacks of the armies under
General von Hlndcnburg nnd General
"Although delayed by unavoidable
causes, tho Austrians wero able to push
another army across Galicta to tho re
lief of Przomysl, where the garrison wa3
fighting nobly against overwhelming
FIRST DECISIVE LAND
DEFEAT, CRITIC SAYS
War Has Witnessed Checks
and Repulses, But No
Other Complete Victory.
German Prestige Lost in
v By J. W. T. MASON
NEW YORK, Nov. 7. Tho surrender of
Tslng-Tao Is the first positive land dofeat
either side haj suffered since the war
began, aerman armies as well as the
forces of all the Allies have had certain
offensives In Europe checked, but the wide
difference between a check and a defeat
has not been crossed in tho European
rea of conflict.
The fall of Tslng-Tao, however, is a
decisive defeat. It brings the war In the
Far East to an end. with the overthrow
of Germany's quosl-soverelgnty Jn the
Orient. All that German statesmanship
has done to develop a sphere of Influence
In the protectorate of Klao-Chau took
Tefuge behind, the military defenses of
Tslns-Tao. Npw, the price must be paid
by German political and commercial
prestige in the Orient.
It does not seem probable Germany will
recover Its former position among the
Chinese within any reasonable future
Certainly there can be no recovery on
the, battlefield. That Is what makes the
capture of Tslng-Tao the first positive
defeat of ti war. Germany's only pos
sibility Of getting dock Tsing--rao, or
an equivalent conoesilon, la by a trade
In the peaee conference after the war,
if German statesmen enter the confer
fg while part of tfranco and Belgium
held by Gorman armies. It Is po
? the restoration ot the German .ante
bellum situation In China might bs
breupljt about. Suoh negotiations, how
ever, would be. against Japanese inter
jV and would undoubtedly arouse strong
ewwttion at Toklo, unless Japan were
A recovery by Germany to this extent
1m ot a UgKlmato lnfereaoe frqm the
MMsat military situation. It Is far mora
uebabU to eanelude that German oeeu
wttut of Chinese territory has perms-
ft Itself la freeing Us sot) from a
us sewer Tbe work baa bM
St, by aa AAgio-JaMUNM-lnd'B iS
5t& -that China wilt baat In the re-
Wt p sot a aeww- jrwv
Eapaa will take ovr the adaatnUtra
Utt at TMac-Taq and the attached dis
trict of Ktao-Cfaau. The ewttre prvuo
taffrtft has an area of about 3 square
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Pctrograd reports that the Austrians
have yielded ground everywhere along
the River San.
bodlei. Klgorous sanitary measures must
be tnken before the Inhabitants can re
turn to their homes."
A press dispatch from St. Omcr, west
of Lille, says:
"The German effort to break through
to the const from n point north of Arras,
where tho Invaders hoped to cut the
Allies' tines of communication, Is doomed
to failure. Tho Germans havo moved
forward 100 cannon to their front north
of Arras, and the bombardment In
progress there Is so mighty In Its awful
grandeur that It baffles alt efforts to de
The Germans aro clinging tenaciously
to the territory they still hold In North
ern France nnd Western Belgium. And
especially In West Flanders they are
struggling with bulldog pertinacity to
maintain their prcsont positions.
Tho invaders havo beon making des
perate efforts to recapture positions
which they lost near Blxschoote. Tho
struggle for control of the paved high
way loading from Ypres to Lille and
Armentleres has beon particularly
bloody. At present the Allies are In con
The Germans are putting all their ro
servo forces upon the firing line. With
them It Is now "do or die." There Is no
doubt tho Kaiser Is urging forward his
generals with particular vehemence, but
thcro Is no confirmation yet of reports
that tho German Emperor has gono to
tho front to lead his men In person. The
Germans seem to havo plenty of men,
but are short of officers.
From all accounts the fighting around
Ypres has beon fully ns bloody and vio
lent Be any which has taken place since
tho war began.
The Germans made a supremo effort
In that vicinity last Sunday nnd Jlondny,
and since that time they have been mak
ing attack after attack. After a terrific
bombardment of tho British and French
trenches, tho Germans advanced to
carry them with tho bayonet. Tho hopo
that tho British hnd been shattered by
the hurricane, of shells was vain. Tho
English watted until tho Germans were
ntthln easy range and then sent a devas
tating fire from small arms nnd machine
Tho German Crown Prince, who has
been variously reported dead nnd wound
ed at various points In both theatres of
war, Is now said to bo east of the Ar
gonne forest, trying to cut through tho
numbers. Tho Austrians engaged tho
Russians and tho tatter wore forced back,
losing heavily In killed, wounded and
prisoners. In the meantime, the Rus
sians planned an Invasion of Hungary
and actually got troops Into the King
dom, through the passes of tho Car
pathians, but tho Austrians had no dlfll
culty In pushing them back, although
the Invaders fought fiercely to retain
"The Russians then brought superior
numbers in Russian Poland into action,
but were forced to direct them In a
southwesterly action agalnet tho Allied
Austro-Gcrmim army Instead of against
East Prussia, as had been contemplated.
General Von Hlndenpurg and General
Dnnkl gavo ground slowly before the ad
vanco of tho Russians, who kept throw
ing frcah corps upon tho battle line con
tinuously. Our advance In Russian
Poland brought It about that tho Rus
sians were diverted from their con
templated attack ngnlnst the German
frontier and all their forcci were en
gaged In pressing against us."
"Dresden dispatch states that Crown
Prince George, of Saxony, has left the
front because of a severe attack of rheu
matism. He has gono to Wiesbaden for
ly by Christian missionaries. Ono of the
serious problems facing a Buddhist-Shinto
administration of Kiao-Chau Is the fu
turo status of these Christian schools.
BRITAIN AIDS DANISH
SHIPPING IN NORTH SEA
Assurances Given of no Interference
COPBXHAGEf. Nov. 7.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs. Eric
Scaenlus, has received a reply from the
British Admiralty to tho memorial pre
sented by the Danish Foreign Olllce
Thursday regarding better facilities for
Danish shipping in the North Sea, which,
it was alleged, has been hurt seriously
by Great Britain's action In declaring
thoso waters closed to all maritime traf
fic. The answer from Great Britain has
created the best possible impression, as
It shows an Intention to cause no further
trouble for Denmark.
Scandinavian-American liners will be
permitted to follow their accustomed
routes witn very little cnange, as win
also the Danish boats to the Faroes
Islands and to Iceland.
The memorial to the British Govern
ment asked only that other Danish ships
running to America have the same right
as the Scandinavian. If that Is granted
Danish shipping will have no reason to
DECLARES U. S. COPPER
IS GOING TO KRUPPS
British Ambassador Formally Noti
fies State Department.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 7.-Formal noti
fication that Great Britain believes
American copper shipments are being
sent to Germany by way of neutral porta
was given Acting Secretary of State
Lansing today by the British Ambas
sador, He declared cargoes held at Gibraltar
show that tome of these shipments were
destined for the Krupps.
In New Tfork large purchases of cop
per are being made by representatives of
houses In Rotterdam, Amsterdam and
Copenhagen, who, it Is said, are working
on German account. These consignments
of copper are said to be shipped through
Italian ports to the order of various
financial Institutions which are supposed
to be controlled largely by German
GERMAN BATTALION LOST
300 ON FIELD AT NANCY
Paris Keports Enemy's Soldiers
Dress as 'Women,
PARJS, Nor. 7.
If Is offielaHy reported that In recant
ftghtlng - near Nanay. a single German
baJtaKen left W dead jea the. battlefield.
This severe less gives an indication of
tbe fierceae of the nghUaz on tho
Two oouaaUts German detachments got
lost la a fog near Leas awl surrendered,
BMP tens IWun ftdeae assert that
German smw. dguUd as women.
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LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER
FORCES OF CZAR
MASS FOR FRESH
MOVE ON GALICIA
Russians Turn Attention to
Austrians, After Driving
Germans in Poland to
Frontiers, With Cracow as
LONDON, Nov. 7.
Tho German army of Invasion of Poland
has been forced to general retreat after
sovere losses, both west of the Vistula and
on tho northern frontier, and the Czar's
army Is now In a position to resume a
vigorous offenslvo against tho Austrlnn
forces In southwestern Poland nnd In Ga
llcla, nccordlng to official statements from
Petrogrnd. Russian troops wero with
drawn from tho movoment against Cra
cow three weeks ago, when the Germans
crossed the Polish border and formed a
Junction with the Austrians, capturing
Lodr, Klelce and Sandotntr for use as
bases, and thence advancing to within a
few miles of Warsaw and Ivangorod. Re
pulse here nnd subsequent withdrawal
day by day till tho Kaiser's forces were
forced to tho River Wartho, not many
mlks from the Sllcslan border, has given
tho Russians an opening for an advanco
Into Hast Prussia, as well ns for a re
sumption of tho forward movement on
Cracow by way of Galicla.
MASSING AGAINST AUSTRIANS.
Tho Russians report that, having driven
the Germans back to their border In tho
north and forced their centre to retire
from the Vistula to tho Warthe River,
the Russian Gcnernl Staff has turned Its
attention to tho Austrians, who have so
stubbornly been holding their positions
along tho San River In Galicla.
According to n telegram recolved from
Grand Duko Nicholas, tho Russians have
scored u victory more Important than
any preceding. The Russians say they
have again occupied Jaroslav, north ot
Przemysl, capturing E000 prisoners nnd
much war material.
It Is belloved, however, that tliero will
have to be another big battle on the
AVorthe before tho nrmlcs of Emperor
Nicholas seriously threaten Sllesln.
It Is plain that tho Gallcian front was
left until tho Vistula front had been
cleared, when a proportion of the troops
released hero proceeded to add to th?
fighting front In Galicla, thereby causing
the rotreat of tho Austrians along the
whole front. The Austrlnns will retire
to especially strong fortified positions
resting on Cracow, on tho south nnd
Knllsz on tho north, 70 miles apart. Tho
object ot making nn impregnable stand
here Is of course to prevent tho Russians
nttemptlng to turn tho line of defenses
of Germany along the Oder.
If a successful resistance N maintained
here Germany will bo free to throw the
greater part of tho armies which Invaded
Poland back to tho westein front In an
effort to crush the Anglo-French dofenso.
From Information received, these forces,
in spite of the Polish disasters, will bo
considerable In number and valuable In
CAMPAIGN IN VRUSSIA.
On the East Prussian front the Ger
mans continue to retire along the wholo
lino the Russians following them up
closely. Tho only point still held by tho
German! Is In the neighborhood of tho
well-known frontier station, Wlrballcn,
where a strongly Intrenched position is
still untaken. but It will naturally have
to be abandoned now that It has been
left Isolated by tho general retirement.
Grand Duke Nicholas, oommander-ln-chtof
of the Russian forces In tho Held,
has sent tho following telegram to Gen
eral Joffre, commander-in-chief of the
French forces, nnd to Lord Kitchener,
Grent Britain's War Secretary:
"Following our successes upon the Vis
tula, a complete victory has Just been
gained by our troops along the wholo
of tho front In Galicla. Our ttratcgical
maneuver has thus been crowned by
what Is uncontestably the greatest suc
cess galnod on our side since the begin
ning of the war. I am most confident
of the speedy nnd entire accomplishment
of our common task, persuaded, as I am,
that decisive victory will bo gained by
the allied armies."
HEAVY GUNS INDICATE
FIGHTING NEAR R0ULERS
Germans Stem Allies' Sortie Prom
AMSTERDAM, Nov. 7. Heavy cannon
ading could be heard all day Friday and
all of last night from the neighborhood
of Thourout toward Ypres, Bays a dis
patch from Sluls to the Telegrnaf. This
Indicates violent fighting Is In progress
near Roulers and east of Ypres. Routers
Is half way on the line from Lille to
Streams of German wounded pour Into
Bruges arid Ghent continuously.
The Allies made a sortie from Pas
schendaele, east of Ypres, Friday after
noon, but the Germans were able to stem
their attack. French and British have
cut the railway line running through
Thlelt and Denyze Into Ghent.
A telegram from Berlin says the Kaiser
has ordered another "supreme attack"
against the Allies on the coast
GREECE ANNEXES EPIRUS
Southern Albanian Country Seized
LONDON, Nov. 7.-A dispatch to the
Central News from Salonika says that
Ozographos. the ex-Governor of that sea
port, has addressed a proclamation to the
Eplrotes informing them of the annexa
tion by Greece of Eplrus, the southern
portion of Albania.
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Bloody Battle Rages Along
Whole Caucasian Frontier.
Arms Seized in British and
CONSTANTINOPLE, Nov. 7.
It Is officially announced that the Turks
are In contact with the Russians along
the front locked In bloody battle.
The Ministry of Marine states that sev
eral English and Frenoh merchant ships,
as well as several smaller craft, have
been BClsed In the harbor of Smyrna.
Turkish soldiers searched tho Russian
and English consulates In Bagdad and
found great quantities of hidden arms.
This city Is quiet: tho people are cer
tain Turkey will win the war.
FLEE BEFORE RUSSIANS
Sultan's rorces Kcpulsed In Trans
caucasia. TIFLIS, Transcaucasia, Nov. 7.
Tho following dispatch ban been re
ceived from tho front by Russian staff
"No action of Importance was fought
ngnlnst tro Turks yesterday (Thursday).
Certain Kurd regiments supported by
Nizam Infantry, and bodies of armed
civilians havo begun an offenslvo
against our troops northeast ot Kara
Kllltssco and Alaschgerd In Armenia.
Tho Turks wero repulsed with heavy
losses In their Initial attacks.
"Russians at other points continue to
pursue the routed Turco-Kurd troops,
who have been partly exterminated and
ARA1ENIANS AID CZAR
IN WAR ON TURKEY
Two Forces Assail Foes in Asiatlo
PARIS, Nov. 7.
Armenians nro aiding the Russians In
the campaign against Turkey. The Turk
ish town of Vnn, 110 miles southeast of
Erzorum, Turkish Armenia, Is being be
sieged by the Armenians. Another Ar
menian dotaohment Is operating In the
rear of tho Turkish army. If the Ar
monlnns succeed In capturing this Impor
tant placo It will put a largo arsonal,
containing quantities of arms and ammu
nition, In their hands.
Tho campaign against Turkey will bo
divided Into two plans. One will be first
to attack from the Black Sea, tho second
to cross the mountains Into Astatic Tur
key. This plan Is nlready under wny.
Columns ot tho Caucasian army aro skirt
ing tho slopes of Mount Ararat, and Cos
sacks havo slipped through tho passes
and nro pushing back tho Turks.
RUSSIANS SEIZE FOES'
CONSULS IN PERSIA
American Envoy Joins in Protest
LONDON. Nov. 7.
Tho Austro-IIungarlan Consul General
nnd tho Turkish representative at Tabriz.
Persia, have been tnken prisoners by the
Russians and transferred to Tlflls, ac
cording to a dispatch received here from
Tho dispatch camo from Vienna, and
states that the Persian aovornmont and
the United States Minister at Teheran.
Charles W. Russell, have protested
against this alleged Infraction of Inter
TURKS PROMISE ITALY
Home Must Be Faithful to Triple Al
liance Is Note.
AMSTERDAM. Nov. 7.
Advices from Berlin state that Turkey
has assured Italy of its friendship so long
as Italy remains faithful to tho Trtplo
Alliance. The Porte has sent a messago
to tho Sheiks ot the Senossl and In Trip
oli, asking them to stop fighting the Ital
The Turkish MInlstor of War, Enver
Bey, has telegraphed to Crown Prince
Frederick Wllhelm that he la sure It Is
the conviction of tho Turks that, with
the world-fumous German army, they will
be able to defeat all their enemies.
BELGIUM IN TURK WAR
Sultan's Minister Gets Passports
HAVRD, France, Nov. 7. The Bel
gian Foreign Minister today handed the
Turkish Minister his passports.
This Is equivalent to a declaration of
war and means that the Belgians will
join with the Allies In fighting Turkey,
BRITONS SEIZED IN GERMANY
Young- Business Men and Students
COPENHAGEN, Nqv. 7, Thousands of
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IN SLAYING OF ARCHDUKE
Heir to Throne Charged With Part
BERLIN, Nov. 7.
Among the statements Issued-ofllclally
to the press In Berlin today are tho fol
lowing: "Tho Vienna correspondent of the
Frankfurter Zeltung, giving details of tho
situation In Bervla previous to tho as
sassination of tho Austrian Crown
Prince, says that the Crown Prince of
Bervla, a number of high Servian ofll
clnls and tho lato Mr. Hartwlg, Russian
Minister at Belgrade, were parties to tho
conspiracy for tho assassination of tho
heir to the Austrian throne."
JAPAN MAY DEMAND
TO PAY FOR LOSSES
German Territory, Captured
After Long Siege, Will Be
Held Until After War,
TOKIO, Nov. 7.
All doubt of the futuro of the German
concession of Klao-Chau, the most val
uable portion of tho Shang-Tung penin
sula, should tho allied cause triumph,
was set at rest today. Following tho
official announcement of tho cnpltula
tlon of the fortified city of Tslng-Tau,
the chief position In tho concession, Vice
MInlstor of tho Nnvy Suzuki said:
"For tho presont Jnpon must ad
minister tho concession. When peaco
from tho Kuropoan war Is declared
then Jnpan will tako up with China
tho transfer of the concession back to
This statement was Interpreted as defi
nitely disposing ot tho rumor that Jnpan,
because It has cost her not less than 2000
men, three torpedoboat destroyers und
one old cruiser, would demand that China
glvo her tttlo to tho captured territory.
The official reports of tho tnklng of the
Gorman fortified position doscrlbo tho
work of tho Japoneso soldiers and ma
rines as of tho utmost brilliancy.
With General Yamada nt tho head of a
picked column, tho central fort was taken
by assault. While siege guns kept up a
continuous bombardment, hammering
holes In the walls, tho column, made up
of Infantry nnd cnglncors, slipped upon
tho fort. Finally, on Blgnal, they charged
and gained cntranco, taking the fort gar
rison of more than 200 men.
With this fort In their possession, the
result was no longer In doubt. Its guns
commandod tho city and tho other forts,
and there was no Burprlso when, ot day
light, a white Hag nppoarcd on the
weather observation tower. Immediately
the bombardment ended.
Tho Gorman garrison, made up chiefly
of resorvlsts who reported to Governor
Meycr-Waldeclc when the war began, has
maintained a stubborn defense for 65
Tho following official announcement waa
made by the Japanese War Office:
Following a scries of furious attack?
by land, sea and air, tho German fort
ress at Tslng-Tao surrendered this
morning. A white flag was raised upon
the weather observation bureau about
7 o'clock and we suspended firing. An
officer was sent forward with a white
flag and ho was Informed by a mes
senger from the German commander
that tho dofenders wero willing to sur
render. He was Informed that the sur
render would havo to bo unconditional
and to this he agreed.
Examination of Tslng-Tao shows
that the city suffered severely from
our lire. Shells from our land ar
tillery, our warships and our aero
planes shattered a great part of tho
city. Conditions In the forts were
very bad. Forts Bismarck, Moltke and
litis wero badly damaged. The Eng
lish forces, co-operating with the Jap
anese, deserve much credit for their
bravory In action.
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PBTROGRAD, Nov. 7.
On the extreme northern front, Wlr
batlen remains tho only obstnelo to an
advance of the whole Russian front
Into East Pruisla. Tho Gornmns soon
will be forced to ovnouato, being threat
ened by tho flanking movement of the
Russians. Tho backward movement of tho
remainder of tho German lino left this
point without sufficient support.
Tho Russians nro moving Into East
Prussia with two heavy columns.
Wlrballen Is under assault by another
Tho following official communication haB
been Issued from Russian general head
"We continue to progress on tho East
Prussian front. The Germans are falling
back along tho wholo front, keeping only
a fortified position In tho region of Werg
bollwo. Wo havo Invaded Gorman terri
tory." Just south of Wlrballcn, which lies di
rectly on tho border of East Prussia and
about 70 miles from tho Baltic, the Rus
sian forces have begun tho actual Inva
sion of Prussia, which, howovor, will not
be complete until Wlrballcn has fallen.
Tho Invading Russlnns captured several
days ago Lyek and Blaln, two Important
towns, 60 miles south of tho Wlrballcn
district, nnd the latest report Is that tho
advanco continues unchecked, Tho pos
session of Lyck nnd Blala cuts tho north
ern Gorman army off from tho Kaiser's
forces who are retreating from Poland.
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WORLD PEACE, ELSE
GREATEST OF NAVIES
FOR UNITED STATES
Vice Presideht Marshall l
Says This Country Must
Be Invincible if Disarma
ment' Does Not Come,
"Of course, tho strengthening of the
coast dofenso will not bo tho only Btep
to bo tnken In such an event. We must
onlargo tho army. This, too, as you
know, has come In for all sorts of criti
cism. But with popular demand the
army can bo built Into a size and strongth
that will lepel any Invasion.
"Tho navy, too, will bo Improved. If
wo start to build up our navy, wo will
have tho greatest In tho world. It will
not merely be a navy that can faco any
nation In the world, but It will bo an or
ganization that will bo able to withstand
tho combined navies of the rest of the
world. It will bo tho greatest navy In
tho world's history.
"Of courso, you understand that this Is
my personal vlow," said the Vice Presi
dent with a smile. "I ran only the fifth
wheel, ns It were."
FIVE GERMAN SHIPS SEIZED
British Cruisers Capture Prizes Off
LONDON. Nov. 7. Tho British stoain
Bhlp llortcnslus, Just In frpm Buenos
Aires, reports that British warships cap
tured flvo German prizes off tho Bra
zilian coast on October 17.
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