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TADBES SLAY EIGHT
Hf DUNKIRK ATTACK;
TWO AffiMEN KILLED
i- -- i iii-
Allies Aeroplanes Pursue
'Invaders and Bring Down
One Craft Eighty Bombs
Dropped on City,
LONDON, Jan. .
Two German aviators who participated
In an aerial raid U?on Dunkirk and sev
eral towns riearbj on Friday afternoon
were later killed between Dunkirk and
Fumes, according to a. dispatch received
hers from Havre today. Messages giving
the- details of the attack upon Dunkirk
say that there were from six to ten
Taubo aeroplanes In tho German air fleet
and that all escaped with the exception
ot one machine, which was brought down
northeast of the French fortress by pur
suing aircraft. This contained two men.
"With the elgftty bombs that they
dropped upon Dunkirk, the German avia
tors Wiled Ave persona and wounded
IS others, three of whom subsequently
died. The attacking aviators caused
heavy damage In Dunkirk, Qravellnes and
Itosendaet. Five buildings used as bar
racks and ammunition depots by tho al
lied troops were set oh fire.
As Qravellnes Is only 12 miles from
Calais, tt Is believed that the Germans
Intended to attack that city as well, but
they were driven back before they could
In two previous aerial raids on Dun
kirk more than a score of pcrfpns were
killed. The persistence of German at
tacks on Dunkirk Is duo to a belief that
the British headquarters. In France are
BRITISH AIBMlAIT ATTACKS
OEBMAN QUARTERS IN BRUGES
AMSTERDAM, Jan. 23.
Just as darkness fell Friday evening a
British aviator flew over Bruges and
dropped several bombs upon the canal
warehouses and docks there, which aro
held by the Germans. Tho airman was
Immediately fired upon but escaped.
A. dispatch received hero from Mlddle
burg early today said that a German
aviator had landed at Saint Joos and
had been Interned by Dutch soldiers.
Tho ovlator was wounded In the wrist.
He said ho had passed over his lines
Into Holland In the darkness while on
his way back from an attack on Calais.
PORT OF PHILADELPHIA
Vessels Arriving Today
Str. South Tolnt fBr.). London, merchandise!
Chtrles M. Taylor's Bona.
Str. Grecian. Hoston. pnssenirers and mer
chandise: Merchant and Mlntrs' Transporta
Str, Hilton. Stockton Springs, paper: Jona-
8tr. Mohican, Norfolk, merchandise; Clydo
Btr. Gun, New York, ballast: Bun Company.
Vessels Sailing Today
Btr. Itoanokw (Br.). Williams. Newport News;
Cbarlva M. Taylor's Sons. .
Sf. Auahendala (Br.). Cowan. Santiago; J.
Str.C IUimfrlM (Nor.), Schulti. Copenhagen
and (or) Stockholm; J. A. McCarthy.
Steamships to Arrive
Name. From. Tate.
Morucollan Glasjcow Jan. 3
Dominion Liverpool Jan, 1
7-m- T?mm Tlate.
Wajldon .....Bombay ., Nov. 18
Themlsto nottcrdam Dec. 18
Kryssel Tyne Bee. il
Finsen Chrlstlanla Dec. "S
Maartenadrk Rotterdam ....Jan. -i
Auehenrmr ..Cruz Grande. .. . Jan. J
Oldfleld Graturo Shields Jan. (I
Tunisians. CanllR Jan. 0
Jorasbonr Ardrossan Jan u
Kkaionl Sydnoy. C. D....Jan.
Manchester Mariner ...Manchester ....Jan. 0
Norrbotten , Narvik Jan n
Bbjotdbora . Copenhagen ....Jan. 11
Florentine Kucha ., Jan. U
Wtco , ..l'ayal Jan 13
Btlkestad Santiago , Jan. ID
Washlmrtonlan ..'.,... Balboa Jan. IT
Luclllne Cnrdllt Jan. IT
Mackinaw London Jan. 17
Bella Port Antonio ...Jan. 20
Flaturls. Shields Jan. 20
Steamships to Xeavo
Name. For. Date
Monirnlln . nimtcnw . Jan. 2ft
Dominion Liverpool Jon. so
Name. For. Date.
Maartensdyk .... ...Rotterdam Jan. 2S
Tunisian Lelth Jan. l!
Caterlna London Jan. 30
Manchester Mariner.. ..Manchester ....Jan. 30
PORT OF NEW YORK
Steamships Arriving Today
Name. From. Date.
X.uslianla ,. , . . Liverpool Jan. 10
Madonna Marseilles Jan. 0
Name. From. Date.
Sllnnewaska: London Jan. 1
Steamships to Leave
. Nam. For.
Juicons. ..,...., ..Nantes ....
Ansonla .,.. ...Glasgow .,
Taormlna Naulea ....
. . .Jan. 23
Movements of Vessels
Str. Btorfoad (Nor.), for Philadelphia,
attained from New York January 21,
Str OulKotl, Philadelphia for Port Arthur,
towing bare Snenanco. was 181 miles south
Ltamond Shoal lightship at noon Janu
Str, Araolco. Philadelphia for Sabine, passed
Diamond 8 boil lightship at lslu p. m. Janu
Str, Evelyn, San Francisco for New York,
waa SOo miles south of Diamond Shoal light,
ship at 8 p. m. January 32.
str. WesnlngtenUn, Honolulu for Nsw York.
' 017 miles south of Delaware Breakwater
St 8 p. m, January S3.
Str. Paraguay, eahtne for Philadelphia, was
63 mile west ot Tortuga at 0 p. m. Janu
Sir. Toledo, towing; schr. Delaware Sun,
Philadelphia for Sabine, was 210 miles west
of Tortuiss at U p. m. January 22.
Str. Persian, Philadelphia for Jacksonville,
was a miles northeast of Martins Industry
lightship at T p. m January 22,
Bur Oasabaw. Porto Rico for Philadelphia,
Ts-aa CO wiles west of San Juan at noon Janu
Blr faulted States (Dan.), from New York,
rrived at Copenhagen January 21.
SCr. Klsh (Br), from Philadelphia, arrived
at Chemulpo January 21,
Btr. Finland (Artier), from New York,
steamed Irom Faal for Naples January -1.
Str Megantlo (Br ), from New York, ar
rived at Liverpool January 23.
Str Minnehaha (Br ). from New York, ar
(1y4 vt London January 1.
Str. Industry (Br.), from Philadelphia, ar.
rived at Rotterdam January 20.
Sir. Lexington, for PUladelpbio, steaowd
from Boston January 3.
tJtr. Maartensdyk (Dutch), for Philadelphia,
steamed fur Boston January 3,
ir. Xropprln Olaf (Nor.), for Philadelphia,
teamed from Baltimore January 23.
Str. Katahdln, from Philadelphia, arrived at
Georgetown, 8. C. January 22.
Sir, Orlaad (Nor), from Philadelphia, ar.
rived at Norfolk January 22.
Str. Skoastad (Nor.), from Philadelphia, ar
lived at Norfolk January 33.
FREIGHTS m CHARTERS
Business U restricted In the steam market
becaujM of the scarcity ot available vessels,
lutes continue to advance. The Inquiry tor
Job voyage toats ia growing stronger la the
Cuatton (Br.), New THrk ' Avoamouth,
CiHLa or Barry, grata, 21,000 quarters, Ts.
fyttwitum ipr-1. 1DS3 tczu. Philadelphia tt?
VBk .WaMaU&tto in.
"aeSaffilst "f ,. same.
raea!h h. OU February.
i5ale1tiCl)l AnrJi,a5l- .? aJ"tWI V
BruEsie, cctun. I&S9 iff 1W pound.
stlP BmOUleU. M -. New York to
SmiM oHon. nBr ,awoui, aesuow.
OFFICIAL WAR REPORTS
ho Rctlvlty of our Intantrr on at
most the entire front lias ben dir
voted to the repair of damsfces fcaused
In our field worlu by tho bad weather
durlna; the preceding days. We have
Advanced 100 yards In the region ot
In tho sections of Yprcs, Arms, Al
bert, lloyo arid Solssons, there has
been nrtltlory rombatB, In the Oourso
of which we have stained tho advan
tage of eevernt points. Berry-Au-Bac
has been violently bombarded by the
To the northwest of Beauscjour tho
enemy mado a pronounced attack,
which was repulsed. In tho Argonno
tho Germans havo beoti completely
cheeked at Fontaine Madame, ns was
stated Inst night. An nttack by the
enemy near St Hubert has developed
Into nn Infantry combat, which Is not
According to latest reports, wo nre
maintaining our positions everywhere
along the Mouse. Our artillery flro
compelled tho enemy to abandon nn
ammunition depot nnd severely dam
aged his pontoon bridges before St.
In Alsace nn artillery combat con
tinues In tho region of Hnrtmnnns
wcllor Kopf. Tho conflict In tho
forests Is very severe nnd tho lighting
la uninterrupted. Near Cernay, hill
No. 425 has been attacked by tho
enemy without success. Further to
tho Bouth wo havo ndvanced in tho
region of I.lttlo Kahlberg, to tho
north of nnd nenr I'ontc-D'Aspach.
The enemy nttneked us between
Soimn nnd Perthes, north of Chalons,
but our artillery lire broke up tho
attack. The enemy then sought re
fugo ngaln In tho trenches.
In tho Argonno forest, west ot Fon
taine Lamltto, we captured a posi
tion of the enemy, taking also thrco
olllcers, 245 men and somo machine
Northwest of Pont-a-Mousson, two
French attneks wore repulsed with
sevcro losses to tho enemy In nn en
gagement on January 21. Wo ro
enptured our lost trenches, taking
seven cannon and ono machine gun.
Tho battle of Crolx-des-Lnrmcs,
near Pont-n-Mousson, continues.
North of Sennhclm tho French have
been driven back from tho heights
thcro and 130 prisoners taken.
Near Wisembacli (In tho Vosgcs),
we repulsed Alplno forces. Tho en
emy's fierce attack near Hnrtmnnns
wellor Kopf failed to achieve any suc
cess. Thcro Is nothing to report In East
Prussia. An unimportant attack by
the Russians at Przasnysz, Poland,
(southeast of Mlnwn), was -repulsed.
Tho Russian advance In the Cau
casus has been completely stopped by
our troops. Defeated In nn attempt
to turn our left Hank, tho enemy wns
forced to withdraw before our counter-offensive.
We aro pursuing tho
Engllih forces tlint took tho of
fensive along tho Shnt-El-Arab
Itlver under cover of thrco gunboats,
wcro driven back at Korna with
heavy losses. Our losses wcro unim
On the right bank of the lower Vis
tula, from tho river up to Khorjolo
and further east, our troops continue
to bo In close touch with the enemy.
Collisions of secondary Importance nro
On tho left bank of tho Vistula nnd
on the Donajco there aro no essential
changes, except tho usual rlflo shoot
ing and cannonading at certain points.
In Bukowlna wo have discovered tho
concentration of considerable Aus
Wo sank on January 19 and 20 sev
eral Turkish sailing vessels on tho
Black Sen, and In tho neighborhood
of Khopn nnd Itlza wo burned and
damaged Turkish military barracks,
destroyed a lighthouse, and cannon
aded n bridge.
North of tho Vistula Itlver, In Rus
sian Poland, there was a violent ar
tillery bnttlo yesterday. Our artillery
worked In tho most southern NIda
region and near Chenclny, where tho
Russian railway tralllo wns apprecia
bly disturbed by a full shot on tho
railway station. Our artillery also
had successes south of tho Vistula.
On some parts of tho front the ar
tlllory battle Is raging with changing
The situation In tho Carpathians la
LA BASSEE IN ALLIES'
HANDS, IS PARIS RUMOR
Reinforced Annies in Fierce Battle in
St. Hubert Region.
PARIS, Jan. 23.
It Is believed that the Allies now occupy
La Bassee, says tho Matin.
The Germans, concentrating great forces
In the St. Hubert region, attempted to
pierce the British lino there. They at
tacked In massed formation, which tho
British checked with u murderous fire.
The Germans pressed their attack re
peatedly and wcro repeatedly repulsed
with heavy losses.
The British positions have now been
considerably strengthened in tho expec
tation that further attacks are Imminent.
Fierce conflicts occurred between St.
Hubert and La Bassee, which ended with
a perceptible advance by the Allies In the
vicinity of Lens.
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EVBNIffG kEftCHl-PHlLAPBLPHIA, BATtTBDAY. JANUARY
FRENCH GUNS WRECK
MEDSE BRIDGES AND
MENACE ST. MIfflEL
Advance Against German
Wedge Resumed After
Temporary Check Ger
mans Repulsed in Alsace
PARIS, Jnn. 23.
I'rencli shells havo wrecked portions of
tho bridges across the Mcuso nt St. Mlhlel.
Violent cannonading Is making tha Ger
man position on tho west bank of tha
Meuso an uncomfortable ono, and tho
French are preparing to rcaumo their
drive against the Gorman wedge, the point
of which rests on St. Mlhlel.
This was tho BUbstanco of odlclal claims
today flatly contradicting tho German of
ficial Btntomcnt yesterday that "tho en
emy has been cleared from tho front of
That tho French wero forced to ovac
uato trenches In tho St. Mlhlel region Is
admitted here, but the retirement was
for a dlstanco of less than 200 yards, ac
cording to tho Wnr Office. ' Tho position
ot tho French guns has not been appre
ciably shifted, and the bombardment of
tho approaches to St. Mlhlel Is becoming
Severe fighting on tho hills nonr Hart
mnnnswcltor, in Lower Alsace, continues,
tho War OfTlce announces. Tho Germans
are making repented bayonet charges nt
Ilartmannswoller Kopf In nn effort to
drive tho French from their Intrench
ments on tho hills. Possession of these
hills, commanding n wide territory In
Alsaco, Is retntned by tho French.
Near Cernay a German attack on
Hill 125 was unsuccessful, and farther to
the south tho French havo made progress
near Little Kahlberg, which Is north of
REBELLIOUS TURKS SHOT;
PEACE PLANS WIN SUPPORT
Envcr Fashn Tries to Crush Constan
LONDON, Jan. 23.
A Potrogrnd dispatch to tho Dally Nows
"The news has reachod Odessa that
there has been a mutiny In the Turkish
army. Enver Pasha, Mlnlstor of War, has
had many of his enemies shot, including
17 officers who distinguished themselves
in tho Balkan War.
"Tho peace party in Constantinople,
under Crown Prince Touasouf-Izzeddlne,
with Influential supportors, is meeting
merciless opposition from Field Marshal
von der Goltz, who has ordered many per
SECOND ZEPPELIN RAID
DENIED BYGREAT BRITAIN
london, However, Still Nervous Over
LONDON, Jan. 23.
A Zeppelin scaro that sent thousands
of residents scurrying Into their cellars
loft London slightly unnerved today,
though the Government took pains to
deny the report that a German dlrlgtblo
had again visited tha cast coast last
Reports of a German aerial bombard
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FOR BUK0W1NA FIGHT
Kew Premier Seeks to lUtrieva Past
LONDON, Jan. 8.
The first tangible results of Count von
Derchtold's resignation aa Austrian
Premier nnd the succession of Daron
8hephen Burlan Is seen by diplomatists
and military observers In huge Austrian
concentrations in Dukowlna.
This massing of troops Is roported In
orrtclal Russian announcements and Is be
lieved to account for tho checking of the
Itusslan advance Into Transylvania. Tho
split In the Austrian Cabinet, It Is as
serted, was due to Count von Iierchtold's
Insistence on a resumption of the cam
paign against Servla, while Hungary,
backed by Emperor TVIlllam, urged a.
stronger defenso of the Hungarian
Although tho Carpathians nro now
snow nnd frost bound undor the most
rigorous period of winter and operations
on both sides consequently nre slackened,
tho steady sealing up of Hungary from
the north, south and east becomes dally
a more urgent problem for Germany's
AUSTRIAN DIPLOMAT WARNS
RUMANIA AGAINST WAR
Dospornta Kffort Mado to Placato
HOME, Jan. 23,
German and Austrian diplomats, ac
cording to dispatches reaching hero from
soveral distinct sources, aro making n
desporato erfort to prevent llumanla from
entering the wnr on tho side of tho Allies.
According to reports from Bucharest,
King Kordlnand's advisers aro aotlvoly
engaged in preparations for an Invasion
Prince Qodofrol von Hohenloho-Schlll-lngfurst,
Austrian Ambassador to Borlln,
Is now at tho Rumanian capital. It Is no
sccrot his object Is to persuado King
Ferdinand that Rumania would Imporll
her national oxlslcnce by throwing her
support to the Allies.
To such an extent havo war prepara
tions beon mndo In Rumania that school
buildings already havo beon converted
Into hospitals. Even wnr postage stamps
aro said to havo been issued.
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At the point of service where some "Light Sixes" begin
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Large Sum Said to Be Miss
ing From Funds of Depart
ment Under United States
NEW YORK, Jan. M. Tho Herald to
day publlthed tho following from Us cor
respondent nt San Domingo:
"A -sensation has been caused here by
the discovery, of falolflcatlons In the funds
of tho Department of Public Works
amounting to many thousanan of dollars.
"Tho public works funds of the Do
minican Rcpubllo aro extending under su
pervision of the United States Govern
ment In Its capacity as trustco for tho
"Amorlcan officials nre said to bo In
volved In tho misappropriations, but no
detailed Information is obtalnnblo.
"I nm informed from official sources
that sufficient ovldcnco has been obtained
to begin prosecutions, but that tho Ameri
can Minister, James M. Sullivan, has
caused further action In tho matter to bo
"Mr, Sullivan Is said to havo acted upon
Instructions from Mr. Bryan, Secretary
of State, but It cannot bo learned why
Washington desired tho matter to be
kept quiet at this tlmo."
PRESIDENT KNEW LITTLE
OP JAMES M. SULLIVAN
NEW YORK, Jan. 23 "Ho Is tho Presi
dent's friend," was tho way the lato
Samuel M. Jarvls, tho banker, reforred to
James M. Sullivan, Mlnlstor to San
Domingo, whoso official conduct Is being
Investigated by Special Commissioner
James D. Phclan, according to Frank J.
R. Mitchell, tho principal witness at yes
terday's session ot the Inquiry. Mitchell
wns mado president of tho Banco Na
clonal of the Island republic, when It was
organized by Jarvls. Jarvls mado the
Let's1 talk sense about
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Chalmers Motor Car Co.. of Philadelphia
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statement, Mltchelt declared, as the rea
son for transferring bis support from
John H Dewltt, of Nashville, Tenn., his
original choleb tot Minister, to Sullivan,
Who wft subsequently nppolnted.
"You were on lerina of intimacy with
Mr. Jarvls?" Mitchell wns asked.
"Yes," ho replied.
"Why should he say that Mr. Sullivan
was a friend of tho President?"
"Ho had told mo he would support Mr.
Dewltt, and I suppose ho wanted to ex
plain hla change of mind."
"In view of tho fact that this la tho
only Intimation that President .Wilson
ever heard of Mr. Bulllvnn Until ho was
appointed," suggested counsel to tho com
missioner, "you would not undertake, Mr.
Mitchell, to say that Mr. Wilson himself
had Mr. Sullivan In mind for this ap
pointment?" "I cannot say that Mr. Jarvls was dis
tinguishing betwoen the President nnd
the Administration," concoded the wit
ness. Mr. Mitchell supplied n drnmatlo Inci
dent of the day's session by attacking
the Integrity of Walter W. Vlck, the for
mer Receiver General of Santo Domingo,
whoso charges wero responsible for tho
Investigation of Sullivan.
"I was perhaps the last of the Ameri
cans down there to got onto Vlck," snld
Mitchell. "I stuck up for him, and al
most had to watt for a house to fall on
mo bofore I would bellevo that ho was
Tostlmony purporting to Indicate that
"tho pickings wero very good" In Santo
Domingo after Minister Sullivan got thcro
was supplied by Hubort F. Warner, nn
engineering contractor of Scranton, Pa,
Ho 'said ho had gone to tho Island nt tho
request of Timothy J. Sullivan, a cousin
of tho Minister.
HINDENBURG PLANS NEW
OFFENSIVE IN POLAND
Walts Freezing of Ground for Vigor
ous Drive on Warsaw.
BERLIN, Jan. 23.
Lack of definite nows as to tho opera
tions of tho Gorman armies In tho cast
earn thoatro of war Is attributed by tho
war ofTlao to tho weather conditions In
East Prussia, northern Poland, southern
Poland and Gallcla.
Flold Marshal Von Illndenburg Is pre
paring for a now and extensive offensive
movement In Poland nnd Gallcla as noon
as tho ground is frozen, when declslva
battles In both theso regions may bo expected.
and powerfully. At the time other cars' begin to pile
up repair bills this car goes on its way holding expense
down to the lowest notch,
A month by month comparison with other "Light
Sixes" during the past season m prove every state
ment made about this car's remarkable economy.
Make a note on your memo pad to see the Chalmers
"Light Six" today.
CRACOW MENACED BY C7A
SOUTH POLAND GAINS 1
Strategic Successes Proludo to Ju.'
newni of Brltra.
While general lntr.t t .. .
days has centered on tho North "politM
of the Russian SA
ntrateglo viewpoint, Thoy pftrmtt , '
continuation of tho ni . . '
Cracow, which for 10 days has b! I
.....u..uu ...... .aiiure.
It la Cracow that thn itnui.
In ordor to open tho ennnnu. T
tempt ban ever been mada in '..,. ..
Important of the campaign agalnn c!
cow and tho fact that its capture wom
prove a hard task. Some IrrelponS4
persons, In October, sent out dl.nJl.v1'
from Pi.lrnoT,i -,i ,1. .,'. "'Patents
cmfstartoxp-ected o be InUT
Christmas. As n matter of faet thi n. ir
to have takon Cracow by thatm. J"
ortlcial belief Is that tha caMuwof r?hl
cow will not bo effected before &'
That It will lu. nl.i i "rV .
i confident predication of' all nmsian V?
iicifimnTTK - ;
Ily our new and citremely rflrctlta r,1.
for collectlns; all kinds of nntMnnS !5
accounts, npnllcnlilo Imth to "HI.OW iav
ACCOUNTH,'' old. illmeull, "OUTLAWrn
80.000 MIUtCIIANTS. !lrln resull.tj"
to 20 days, nnd we nlnnltitotr enerantes
that this roprrUlited system will eolll
more money nt onc-flfth of tho cot then
the plan you nro now imlnar, or JIONPV
ICKKUNTliSI). Hend pnstnl now for (DLL
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