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ASSURED (CMtlaflN *—m BWjtoborn, 1,146; Ferris. 1.452; BsSy coegrsss tonal return* from K QCmtJ lB the third congrea Hair district, show the following Smith (Rep). 1.686; Cornell ML). Ml; Dlngley (Prog.). 124. ■Hpgeteen. Republican. carried Hl|ghto& county by 1.540 votes over HSi» two year* ago. RtLjklFfflN. Mich.. Nov. Ro Bis for governor from 16 precinct* BTof II In Oladwln county five Os ■k 179; Ferric. 324; Pattenglll. 200. JPHErty congressional returns from ttndwln county in the Tenth con national district show following Hli: Loud (Republican), 466; Wood IpjcnA i t," Nov. 4—At 1 pHbgk Wednesday morning, 14 out |BB precincts gave Ferris. 1,580; ■ftefrt, 1,110; Pattenglll, 604. For ■nP**o: Cornell (Dm.), 1,921; Hi (Rep), 1.117; Dlngley (Prog), r lonia. . J KMich., Not. 4.—Twenty of loon county glte: Oe- Mk 7416; Ferris. 2,708; Pattenglll. IjL For ooagreee: Fordney received ■MM* Smith. 2,295 in 1,916 pre- Kfc. P leehella. f jW. PLEASANT, Mich., Not. 4 ■Moan precincts out of It in Isa- Up county give Osborn. 971; Far ■k 1,084; Pattenglll, 196. For lieu* MMhSnTgrnor: Dickinson. 1.014; Hith. 999; Mcßride, 65. For con- HEb: Loud (Rep), 1.032; Hitchcock ■ffcj. 911; Woodruff, (Prog.). 940. ftfAtnator: Demon (Rep.). 1.080; Ben vis (Dem.), 760; Hopkins (Prog.), BtnUTk: Gray (Rep.), am.), 1,191; Woodruff The county ticket Ucan plurality except surveyor. ILLS, Mich.. Not. 4 omplete except two with lees then 60 ■bora, 1,464; Ferris, % If • Kalkaska. IpALKASKA, Mich., Nor. 4.—Re* ■Me for governor from three pro* m#M out at a total of 11 In Kal ■pa, county give Osborn, 200; Fer- Hi I gSefig: ? Manistee. niMISTHB, Mich., Not. 4—Flfteen iHp ffea of total of |2 la Manistee plUy gave Osborn, 963; Ferris. 998; ■Mmcbl t- E\ Mason. HtoINOTON, Mich!. Not. 4 —Re- Ml. for governor from 16 precincts ■Pis A total of 13 in Mason county Hrpaborn; 1,171; Ferris, 779; Pat ■Pß. 239. Early congressional re* ■f irpm Mason county, in the ISBBi congressional district show the Totoe: McLaughlin. (Rep.), Mishits. (Dem.), 529; Sears. Ho. ■" Kji Marquette. mAftQUETTK. Mich., Nov. 4. Wdei am of 38 precincts in Mar ■■t oouafr: Osborn. 1.434; Fer- WEani Pattenglll. 692; Dickinson, KpMMMgby 6.090. Alton T. Rob ||af (shAj 4a elect od senator. Oe | wffl carry the county by 1,200. lIpNOiUNER. Mich., Not. 4—Re -1» f«r governor from 20 precincts msm A total of 27 in Menominee ■T Elfb. Osborn, 1.291; Ferris, HT Pattenglll, 21. ■M2' congressional returns from Mp /county in the elereatb Hptmcanl district show the fol |Mb Tote; Scott (Rep.), 1,S0«; Hoald (Dem), 813; Baker (Prog), Bfcila earried Menominee by til f»to ft)«KMOOl? , |Scb!! ,l Nov. 4 Near- IMtoUf returns from Muskegon ■nvahow the following vote; Oov- Osborn, 1,684; Fsrrls, 1.094; HililD, fit, ■t MSfrea; McLaughlin, (Rep ), ■H.WMto, (Dem.), 419; Sears, . . M Miami. ■PRDCaAND, Mich., Not. 4. —Returns ■flpMrernor from 18 precincts out ST total of 22 In Midland county, gggjQsttorft, 899; Ferris, 1,002; Pat- WS&rr. congressional returns from ■■Mi county in the tenth con «M—al district show the following ■9: & Loud (Republican), 1.15!; ■Bwpctk (Democrat), 250; Wood KiflAffreaeiTe), §22. Mackinac Wk ION ACE. Mich..’ Not. 4 In- HpMto returns indicate Ferris ms* ■P «i Mackinac county at 500 V. ■* Preaqes lets. HKAYBRSB CITY, Mich., Not. 3. HP** ttor governor from four pre ■p out of n total of 17 In Presque MdMhty give Osborn 360. Ferris ■W. congressional returns from XW* I*** county in Eleventh con BWHhal district show the following mg, l . Scott, Republican. 496: Mc- Mp, Democratic. .107; Baker, Pro ■Bvt, 26. MllfSiOVO isle gave Musselman a pin- If* of 172 la 1912. Bifl , Arenac. WfwDTSH. Mich., Nov. 3.—Estl- Wm- rmttaniw for governor from of ■KjfOClncU out of a tout of 20 B|iM« county give Osborn 275, ■■l 990, Pattenglll 119. Marty congressional returns from county in the Tenth congres Jllllllct show the followlnr vote: ■9400: Hitchcock. 250. Woodruff. Byrta carried Arenac by 1 38 In Wf Calhoun County * HMTLE CREEK, Mich., Nov. 8- Hgftte tor governor from 7 precinct* mm k tout of 40 in Calhoun count/ H Osborn 306; Ferris. 471; P.ttcn imMl congressional returns from Wmmw county In third district shorr ■miff veto: J. M. c. smith. Re IUBBG. BTlj Cornel. Democrat, 509. Htogiey, Progressive. 77. HD beat Musselman by 828 rot*« ■Hiaaa county two years ago. . Chippewa. WzmUT ST*. MARIE. MkJti . Nov | Bma of total of 2! precincts flllHppewa county. Including nil of the Soo gave Pattenglll !!gpM9: Osborn. 1.920; and Ferris Eleven of 21 precincts In lii scanty including one ward g*v« Baker. Progressive. " (M*SS. 190 votes; Bcott. Repub ' S.L VStoe; McDonald. Democrat j Ferris carried Chippewa. Osborn s own county, by 494 In 1912. . Charlevoix , l CHARLEVOIX, Mich., Nov. 3—Flf ; teen precincts out of a total of 26 la Charlevoix county give Osborn i*o plurality over Ferris. Vaughan, .«! over McManus for secretary of state, s Scott 474 over McDonald. Democrat, for congress. , Morford, 468 over Bell Democrat, for senator. McMlllen, 337 over Jersey, Democrat, for represent ative. Charlevoix went 135 Republican .n the last state election. Qrand Traverse County TRAVERSE CITY. Mich , Nov. I Early return* from one precinct out of a total of 18 in Grand Traverse couiity indicate that Ferris Is lead ing for governor by 97 votes. Grand Ti averse county was carried by Gov. Ferris by a plurality of 191 two years ago. Genesee Ceunty FLINT, Mich., Nov. S-»Ferrl» 1401; Osborn, 2.169; PattenglU. 788, in 30 out of 88 precincts in Genesee county. Ferris carried Genesee by 999 votes fa 1912. . Gratiot County ITHACA. Mich., Nov. 3—Rotorua for governor from 8 precincts out of the total of 26 In Oratiot county, for Osborn, 506; Fenia, 467; Patte&gHl, 64. "Early congressional returns from Oratiot county In tha Eighth congres sional district show tha following vote: J. W. Fordney, Republican, C 24; Lawrence W. Smith. Democrat. 755. Ferris beat Musselman by 237 votes In 1112. Huron County. BAD AXE. Nov. 9. —Returns for gov. amor from 12 precincts out of a total of 13 precincts In Huron county, tors: Osborn, 1042; Ferris, 714; Patten gfU 623. • * . lease. TAWAB CITY, Mich., Nov. 3—Re turns for governor from eight pre cincts oot of a total of 21 In losco county show Osborn 183; Ferris, 236; Pattenglll. 99. Early congressional returns from Ipaoo county In the Tenth Congression al district show the following vote: Loud, Republican, 282; Hitchcock. Democrat. 97; Woodruff. Progressiva, 197. Ferris beat Musselman by 294 vetea two years ago. Ingham LANSING, Mich., Not. 3—Twenty one out of 27 precincts in Ingham county give Osborn 1,863; Ferris, 2,- 614; Pattenglll. 749. P. H. Kelley carries Ingham over P. L. Dodge, Democrat and W. 8. Kellogg, Progres atve. for congressman in tha Sixth district. Parris carried Ingham by 1,899 la JHI Jackson JACKSON, Mich., Not. 9—Returns for governor from 5 precincts oot of a total of 41 la Jaekaom county, givt Osborn 269; Ferris, 269; Pattenglll, lU. Early congressional returns from 6 p toe tacts show tha following tote: Bacon, Republican, 260; Beak as. Dem ocrat, 272; Probert, ProgreaslTe 106. .Ferris had a plurality over Mussel man of 2416 in 1912. Kant County GRAND RAPIDS, MlCh., Not. 3 Returns tor governor from 14 pre cincts out at a total of 61 la Kent oounty giTe Osborn. 1469; FliTtS, 1,- 682; Pattenglll, 169. Early congressional returns 'Jr ora wsr-iwsisßrr Mapaa. Republican. 1,691; Taylor. Democrat, 929; Ewing, ProgreaslTe, Ferris carried Kent by 1,419 In 1912. KtwdaMmr OmMty eALtnar, Mich., Not. 2—Early returns from 4 out of 9 precincts hi Ksweenaw county indicate that Tor ris leads for governor by 297 rotee. Mueeehnsn. Republican, defeated Ferris by 463 Totes in 1912. Llrlnnetene Ceunty HOWELL, Mich., Not. 2.—Early re turns from three precincts la Ltring ston county indicate that Ferris la land tag for goTernor by 199 rotes. Ferris carried Livingston county by 799 rotes two years ago. ADRIAN, Mich* Not. S.—Returns fbr governor, from 12 precincts out at n total at 27 la Lenawee county, gtre Osborn 992; Ferris. 2494; Pattenglll, 421. Early congressional returns from Lenawee county in the second con gressional district show the following roto: Bacon, 1,649; Bonkee, 1,962; Probert, 426. Ferrle carried Lenawee by 1416 fat 1912. Lake County BALDWIN, Mich., Nor. 2—Pour pre cincts out of 14 in Laka county giro Osborn, 299; Farris, 116; Pattenglll. 26. Early congressional returns from Lake county In the ninth congtoielon al district show the following vote: McLaughlin, 239; White, 90; Bears, Lake county went Republican by 39 votes in 1912. Montmorency Ceunty ATLANTA. Mich., Nor. 9 Early returns * from ’live precincts out of eight in Montmorency county indi cate that Ferris la leading for gover nor, by 96 votes. ' Musselman. Republican. carried Montmorency by 157 over Ferris two yeoN ago. Marquette. MARQUETTE. Mich., Nov. 3.—Re turns for governor from eight pre cincts out of s total of 99 in Mar quotte county give Osborn 496; Ferris 296; Pattenglll 140. Early returns from the Twelfth con. gresalonal district show conclusively that W. F. James. Republican, Is elected. Musselman. Republican, carried Mar quette by 1,395 In 1912. Ottawa GRAND HAVEN, Mich* Nov. I Returns for governor from 18 pre cincts out of a total of SI of Ottawa county give Osborn 2,211; Ferris, 1,- 660; Pattenglll, 441. Early congressional returns from Ottawa county in the fifth congres sional district show the Allowing rote: Carl Mapea. Republican. 7,326: Thaddeus B. Taylor, Democrat, 919; Alvin Ewing, Progrfsulve. 631. Musselman, Republican. rrled Ot tawa by 111 votes two rears ago. Oscoda Ceunty MIO, Mich* Nov, 3— Returns for Oovernor from 3 precincts in Oscoda | county give Osborn. 106; Ferris. 43; Pattenglll. 14. Congressional returns from the Tenth congressional district give 1-oud. 109; Hitchcock, 29; Wood ruff. 27. Musselman carried Oscoda county by 67 votes In 1912. Oakland. PONTIAC, Mich* Not. t.—Returns for governor from three precincts out of a total of 68 la Oakland county, THE DETROIT TIMES. WIDNIBDAT, NOVEMBER 4. I*l4. give Osborn 219; Ferris. 387; Pattea gtn. 17. v I Early congressional returns from Oakland county In the «l** h c J ,n * grass tonal district show the folio* lug vote: P. H. Kelley. Republican 327; F. L Dodge. Democrat. 290; Kellogg, Progressive. 17. Ferris beat Musselman by 64b votes in Oakland county two years ago. Ontonagon County CALUMET. Mich.. Nov «--Early returns from 3 of 17 precincts in On tonagon county, indicate Ferris ia j leading by 301 votes. Musselman. Republican, carried On tonagon by 187 votes two years ago. Ogemaw. | WEST BRANCH. Mich* Nov. 1— Re turns for governor from 10 precincts in Ogemaw eounty give: Osborn. 299; Ferris. 269; Pattenglll. 120. Early congressional returns from Ogemaw county in the tenth congres sional district show the following vote Loud. 286; Hitchcock. 722; Woodruff. 291. Ogemaw county gave Musselman a plurality of 152 in 1912. Clair Ceunty . PORT HURON, Mich., Nov. 3—Re turns for governor from 11 precincts out of a total of 43 In St Clair coun ty give Osborn 631; Ferris, 739; Pat tengill. 162- . Early congressional returns In the seventh congressional district show the following vote: Cramton, Repub lican, 629; Murphy. Democrat, 475; Brown. ProgreaslTe. 169. Ferris carried St Clair by 696 over Musselman two years ago. Ssq 1 n Aw SAGINAW. Mich , Nov. 3—Returns for governor from 19 precinct* *-ut of a total of 20 in this city «Its Osborn 2406. Farris 5,44 t. PattengUl. 302. Early congressional returns from Sag- K,W city In the eighth congressional trict show the following vote: Fordney, Republican 3.016; Smith, Democratic. 2.934; Dailey, Progres sive. 363. Ferris carried Saginaw county by 1.088 two years ago. Wexford CADILLAC. Mich.. Nov. 2—Returns for governor from 8 precincts out of a total of 21 in Wexford county give Osborn 612, Ferris. 602; PattengUl. 76. Early congressional returns Wexford county la the ninth congres sional district show the following vote: McLaughlin, Republican, 360; White, Democrat, 170; Hearst, Pro gressive. 50. Ferris carried Wexford by 295 In 1912. DEMOCRATS* LEAD CUT TO q ABOUT TWENTY (CmU«»*l t*mm Pis* Owe). . the probability that the winner can not be picked tor eeveral hours. Cook county has been carried by Sullivan, with a plurality of between 56.009 end 69.000 over Sherman. Downstate 1.333 precincts out of 9.789 la Illinois outside Cook county, give Sherman a lead of 94406 over Sulli van. If this ratio la maintained, Sher man will come to Cook county with a plurality over Sullivan downstate of slightly more than 70.000, enough to elect him by a scant margin. On tha other hand, an estimate based on par- Ual returns from 94 of the 101 ooun ties outside Cook county, indicates a Sherman lead downetate of enlv 40.- 000 and therefore a Sullivan victory to the state. Robins (Prog.), ran third, polling about half the vote given the oM par ty candidates. CONCORD, N. H* Nov. 4.—The Progressive vote dwindled almost to nothing and the Republicans made a dean sweep from Senator Jacob H. Dellinger down. Spaulding (Rep), will probably have a plurality of 1,000 over A. W. Noone, (Dem.) PROVIDENCE, R. I* Nov. 4.—The Republican stnte ticket made a clean •weep and the Republicans apparently gained one additional congressman, according to practically complete re turns today. WILMINGTON, Del., Nov. 4.—A Re publican congrcftsmao-et-large, Thom as W. Miller, will replace Franklin Brockton (Dem.). according to latest returns. Delaware did not vote tor governor. RALEIGH. N. C* Nov. 4 —On In complete returns, J. J. Britt (Rep.), has apparently defeated J. M. Gudger, (Deni.), as representative from the tenth congressional district. All other nine Democratic congressmen ware elected. ST. PAUL, Minn., Nov. 4.—Minne sota, bulwark of Republican strength, overwhelmingly elected a Democratic governor, W. 8. Hammond, present congressman. The election of a Dem ocrat equalled twice before in the history at the state. Is particularly significant to the face of the fact that Hammond, until a few days ago, was unable to take part in the campaign because of legislative duties at Wash ington. COLUMBUS. O- Nov. 4.—Ohio was struck by an old-fashioned Republican landslide in Tuesday’s election. The Republicans elected Frank B. Willis, of Harding county, governor of Ohio by a plurality that is estimated on claims of county chairmen to be from 2,000 to 16,000 over Gov. James M. Cox. Gov. Cox at 8 a. m. conceded de feated by from 8,000 to 16.000 and sent his congratulations to Oovernor elect Frank B. Willis, his Republican opponent. Cox observed his defeat was brought about by Hamilton coun ty (Cincinnati), where the vote went heavily agalr.st him. Cleveland sup ported Cox by at least 18,000. DES MOINEB, la.. Nov. 4,—Repub lican* swept lowa clean for Senator A. B. Cummins and Gov. George W. Clarke, who hava from 26,000 to 40.000 plurality, down through tha congres sional and state ticket. All eleven congressmen are Republican. The Progressives made a poor showing. Aerator Cummins said: “Generally, the country over, tha Republican narty Is recovering Its strength. The Democratic adminis tration has been condemned.” OM/ HA. Neb.. Nov. 4.—00 v. John H. Morehead (Dem.). has been re elected governor hy a matorlty of 5.000 over R. B. Howell, Renublfcan. Woman suffrage probably has car ried In Nebraska. Returns are com ing in very slowly and the result mav :be very close, requiring several days for definite results. Congressmen Ix>beck end Stephens have been re-elected A. C. Sballen berger (Dem.), is leading Congress man Barton to the Fifth district Cos gressmen Sloan and Klnkaid appear [to be re-elected. INDIANAPOLIS. Ind., Nov. 4.— The solid Democratic representation in congress was broken in yesterday’s election, but Incomplete returns to day leave In doubt whether the Re publicans gained more than two dis j tricts. Senator B. F. Shively was rc • turned to the senate, but only after a sever* brush with Hugh Miller, the Republican candidate. His plurality may exceed 20,000. Albert J. Bev eridge. Progressive candidate, ran a .poor third. The big slump in the Progressive vote and the Republican landslide in 'Marlon county, which accounted for the defeat of Congressman Korbley by Merrill Moores, were the features of the election. The defeat of John B. Peterson, congressman from the tenth district, had been predicted by many. The big Progressive disaffec tion there had returned to the parent party. The Republicans todsy were claiming two more districts, the sixth and the second, but the Democrats de clared they retained these. Early indications are that in Marlon county tha constitutional convention iasae was closely fought, with the convention a alight favorite. Returns from 93 precincts of the 168 gave the convention 9.663 to 8,323 against. Tha centennial appropriation received 9,- ,808 to 7.739 against. Indiana’s legislature will remain Democratic, according to very incom plete returns. The entire Democratic state ticket was elected, though in most instances with pluralities under Shively’s. HARRISBURG. Pa* Nov. 4 Penn sylvania waa again aafely within the | Republican told today. Boise Pen rose has gone before the people, per sonally aaed their vuffrages and been re-elected to the United States senatt over A. Mitchell Palmer (Dem,), and Gifford Ptnchot, Washington-Progree live. Martin O. Brumbaugh (Rep.), has been elected governor over Vance McCormick, fusion. With much of the vote in from at) sections of the state today, It waa considered certain that Penrose was given a plurality of not less than 000. and that Brumbaugh's lead over his orponent wan probably 190.000. Ic the senatorial race. Palmer ran far ahead of Ptnchot. save In a tow districts. While the total of rotes cast for each of tha leading nominees will probably not be available tor sev eral days, it waa certain that 1n com parison with the figures for 1912. tha Republicans and Democrats have both gained, and that the Progressives have lost strength. The Democratic gato throughout tha state waa about 15 per cent. The Republicans have carried their state ticket and have elected tour con. gressmen-at-large. The Republicans have gained several district congress men. The next state legislature will be Republican in both houses tor the first time since 1910. PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 4.—Com plete official returns today show that tha Republicans made a clean sweep tin this city. Final tabulations gave I Republican Gov .-elect Martin Brum baugh 180,822, with Vance McCor mick, fusioniet, 61,787. Boise Pen rose (Rep.), re-elected senator for | the toUrth time, had an. even larger 'majority here, the vote being; Penrose. 161491; Gifford Ptoehot (ProgQ, 47.009; A. Mitchell Palmer (Dem.), 94440. Out of 8.727 election districts la Pennsylvania. 2,638 gave the follow ing returns for governor: Brumbaugh, 365,106; McCormick, 221,110. 1 Incomplete official returns Indicate that Republicans gained IS delegates in congress, now having all but of the 36 members from this state. The $11,800,000 municipal loan for Improvements in Philadelphia carried. Gov. Johnson Re-elected. BAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 4.—00 v. Hiram Johnson. Progressive, baa beau ADENTURES OF JOHNNY MOUSE ftn HOUJ 6L40 H*JO fc*. \ *or s cat; [ wosc* TfiUKtK SfAt/SA/tl ( . . A/fA/e AtV*S f | WtLL f /?/U0 JUST TH/a/K 0* HAUfVa n> L£/90 AMAJ I£ i 9L USH/AJ6 BX/OCS To r/M aw fio* Me^ msaHMmmanjjdmMgjMMlMHiMMP THURSDAY—‘Purchase Sale of 185 Phenomenal SUITS a, *29% $35.00 and $40.00 Values Copies of costly models—well tailored—the excellence of the materials makes It apparent that these suits are worth much more than Thursday's price. Exclusive models in Broadcloth, Gabardines and Poplins. Both long an dshort coat styles— both equally fashionable. Velvet cellar and Cuffs often edged with fur; stylish skrita with hip yoke and pleatinfs. Colors are black, Holland blue, dark green, wood brown and navy. Full range of sizes, including stouts. New Fur-Trimmed SUITS I At *4O ™. Latest Development in Suit Fashions 1 Thursday »• offer a collection of charming auita developed of llroadeloth with Pur, with that oertaln oacht and elegance difficult to describe, but manifest at a glance, broadcloth combined with fur Is one of the season's predominating suit models. In these suite you wllhnote the clever application of fur on the short cost and the tunlo; the “choker" collar of fur and the large pendant button—the last word In garniture. Git is'New Serge flf jj" 'mmmm'mmu /Jt Misses'New Dresses, tjOItUELUI Dame Frocks 1 5.00 ’ “srsssiiisi" $15.00 HO GONbCrnOM WITH ANY CTHU SflMg re-elected by a plurality of about 70,- 000, according to Incomplete returns from ell sections of the state today. J. D. Fredericks, Republican, ran seo ond, with Curtin, Democrat, third. In the senatorial race, Phelan, Democrat, and Knowland. Republican, are running* neck and neck, and the official count will probably be requir ed to settle it The prohibition amendment and the eight-hour law have been deflated. KAISER’S SHIPS STEAM OUT IN BEARCH OF ENEMY (Cm(Um4 frees Nf* Oise). several times, although the damage was comparatively small. The Ger man raiders were apparently en route to bombard the British coast when they encountered the British vessels and were forced to fight. Aa soon as the Germans were sight ed a wireless waa sent to the naval base and the light cruiser squadron which had been waiting for an op portunity to take e hand ia the game started for the ecene. The Germans, however, turned about and headed back toward Wilhelmshaven. It waa in the ensuing ehase that the D-6 was sunk. One report says that she hit by a mine thrown overboard by the Germans, and another that she was torpedoed. Only four of her crew were saved and moat of the crew of the Fraternal also lost their lives. ROME, Nov. 4.—Reports received here declare that the bombardment of the Dardanelles by the combined Franco-Brillsh fleet of battleships, battle cruisers and armored cruisers continues with apparently heavy dam age being inflicted to the forts. Sev eral explosions are reported, especial ly in Holies fbrt, where it Is believed that a shell set fire to a powder magazine. According to the reports reaching here by way of Athens the forts are being defended by Qerman gunners, who roached Constantinople early last week. These mon are said to be first lint- German srtillerv men command ed by officers of high rank. Ore of the attacking squadron was reported to hare been hit by a shell from the forts and badly damaged, but this is without confirmation. VALPARAISO. Chile, Nov. 4—The German cruisers Gnelsenau, Scharn- PONTO, THE PURP I IIM/U \ VUUGn \ "eat** m ( 'HdT OOd- . j C WAAJPWte He ) N (>l4 rfto.) I Ip'' * two m mo UIHCn I Her/ Council V ilo L■ ■— ■ .■. —■ —.—■ y horat. Numbers, Letpslc and Dres den today attacked the British squad ron off Coronal, Chile. The British cruiser Monmouth was sank. The cruiser Good Hope was very badly damaged and. as she was on fire, is supposed to have been lost. The British cruiser Glasgow took refuge in the harbor of Coronal ahd is now bottled up. The German cruisers Scharnhorst. Nnmberg and Qnelseman anchored at midday today in Valparaiso harbor uninjured. PARIS, Nov. 4.—That the Germans are steadily recreating all along the French left wing, from the North Sea, In Belgium, to the Alsne. was Indi cated in reports received at military headquarters today. They have fallen back from three to seven miles at various points from their mout ad vanced positions, and along the line of the Yser and the Lys their retreat has been marked by losses of a stag gering nature. The British expeditionary forces, now operating as a single unit, has pushed a wedge through the German line between the armies of Duke Al > brec.it and General Von Boebn, ac cording to circumstantial reports re ceived here and are seriously threat ening the main llnea of communica tions of the Germans, with their southernly positions. Meanwhile, severe fighting (s In progress In the Argonne region and in the neighborhood of Verdun. PBTROORAD, Nov. 4—The Gar mans who have reorganised behind their East Prussian entrenchments hare resumed the offensive, accord ing to reports from the front. Asa result another general battle seems beginning, as skirmishing is already in progreas all along the front. The Ger mans have been heavily reinforced and have brorght up additional can non from their barrier forts. The Russian left, which has been operating against the combined Aus tro-German army in Galicia continue) to advance along the reaches of the San river. It is stated that the Aus trians have been defeated at a num ber of points and that a »/ ong force of Russians has already crossed the San south of Przrmysl and is moving westward. News from the Caucasus where the Russian army has assumed the offen sive against the Turks Is lacking. It H known that the Turks are massed in force along the frontier and that fighting is in progress, but because of the meagre means of communication it Is unlikely that definite news will be available for several days. Most of the Black Sea ports hive been closed to traffic and all Russian steamers have been ordered to make for the nearest fortified harbor and re main there pending the outcome of the battle for control of the waterway between the Russian and Turkish fleets. The Russian fleet is now searching for the Turks, who have been greatly weakened by the neces sity of the Goeben. returning to port to repair damages inflicted by shore batteries at Savastopol. The latest official Information re florid* Two Trains Dally WjL All Year 'Round Cincinnati to Jacksonville | ••ROYAL PALM" ' 9 ' If.tth-t-i 7.4 San Mr. ailliiiOi «.«o>»M D«») 3 11 FLORIDA SPECIAL” \ H , UfUMtoMM S.lSpm Ae. JashaswMa IAO a m (SwtPty) MMOT TO ONATTawoooa *\'\i V *\ Cg A (HISTORIC LOOKOUT MOUNT-IN) C* Winter Tourist Tlokoto S Special round trip fares in effect daily to all points in Florida and Cuba. Liberal —^ return limit. Stopovers. V (or farst eed iImUM cor reterretfos*. coll os Local tcfeet A(Mt or »<Wr#u •tamtooevens. a.e.ejL HBSEBBSEUBI w A——ii SCUTNIRN*RAILWAY gardii g the land operationa aa con tained In a report by the general staff, •ays: “On the East Prussian front the Germans everywhere have assumed the offensive. Our troops have ad vanced at some points and have cap tured two guns and prisoners. North west of Polltza we have occupied Schadkt and Rospirlza. The enejny is retreating toward Vloscsow. Along the Opatowka river we have captured five cannon and 3,000 prisoners. We continue to cross the San In force. A VERY CHARITABLE LADY I —\ • ' ? rt IfcirtS \ \ **’«'•* and, t>e.-t"Ohe>- li-tivupp- The beautiful lady whose picture we show here la Bertha Krupp, now Baroness Von Bohien. daughter of the late gunmaker Krupp and chief bans flciary of the enormous profits of the factory which supplies the war-mad world with cannon. ▲ news story says of her: “Because of the fact that the kai ser. recognising the gunmaker wad an important factor in the empire, acted as godfather to Bertha, she ban received many attentions. The young matron is noted for the charities that she, supports with her immense for tune. From the Income from the manufacture of the big guns a frac tion is set aside by Bertha Krupp to help some of her 60,000 pensioners. A large orphan asylum is supported by the Krupp money.” CONDUITS TO BE BUILT Prated proposals will be received at the office of the Public Lighting Com mission, M Hast Atwater street, until 1® o’clock a. m. Thursday, Nov, I, ISH, for the construction or conduits In Hamilton Boulevard and In ths grounds of the rlerman Kiefer Hospital. In ac cordance with the specifications on tile In the superintendent's office Signed 8 K. BOWLER. A-SK .Secretary.