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Xrescent Thirteen Miles In
Length and Four In Depth and
For Which .Cnown Prince Fought
, . Persistently Finally Abandoned
Chemin des Dames Plateau
. Launched Attacks In This Sec
'' tor Day After Day For Weeks
:v and Wasted Thousands of Lives
PARIS, November 4 '-f.(As9d-
cited Press)', French suc
cesses along the Aisne during the
. past ten days have been so.im-
portahtthat '.theGermans . have
. abandoned " all further effort, to
hold, theii lines along the famous
, ." Chemin des Dairies plateau and
I have ' retired to a , new line-north
. of the. Ailette River. ' In this re-
treat,; some shorty ' square 'miles
; more of France has been regain
.' ed from the ' invaders, ' art. area
' soaked with German blood and
the graveyard oft tens .of thou
sands of the picked troops of the
',' Fatherland.- '
.'' The German retreat Vas along
a front thirteen miles wide, their
" new line being a! crescent, the
. ' center .of ; which projects Laon
and the ends i'f 'Wlicli rest upon
the old line at Anizy, on the west
land Neufchatel, on the east. The
' grer 'est . depth ' of the ground
" abandoned, is about-six miles -
' - , ) 1 1 . j, .r,-:.
. The plateau of the Chfmin des
Dames has ; been, the scene of
; ! somej of the bloodiest defeats the
Germans- have experienced in the
; "war, their aggregate losses along
this Rector being comparable to
those inflicted upon theni in the
'attempt to capture Verdun Day,
X after day the Crown , Prince
, drove .his 'shock Hroops against
the French - entrenchments ' and
' day after day they were' mowed
- down and thrown back." During
the summer and all, at least fif
ty German assaults were made
upon the French sheltered along
; the commanding heights of the
yateau, many of them in great
iree. On a 'few' occasions the
, . tench front trenches were tak-
-' 'jT but "ever once did the Ger
""mans hold their gams, counters
driving the few survivors out. -
: . - Trench Tore th Paea .''
Two weeks ago th French advanced
to the assault, their whirlwind attaelri
t throwing the Oermana into demoralized
' onfusiou. They ell buck along the
- western edge of the plateau, losing a
total of four hundred add twenty gun,
'"' ; nearly eight hundred machine guaaaad
: r- thouaanda of , ptiionera. Th,l defeat
. rendered untenable their whole poiition
1 . aouth of the Allette, which they have
loir abandoned. ' .
The official despatches from Berlin
announce the retirement but advance
- no eiplapatioa. The retreat waa f--'
fected, aay Berlin, without interfer
",' , enea from the French.
' ' The Belgian ; government yeaterday
announced from the temporary capital
- mt Havre that evidences are multiply-
ing of the German intention to effect
;' a general retreat in Belgium before
winter et In. . . Th German, accord-
- ing to reliable information which has
reached Havre, are syHtematieally loot-
- ng the sections of Belgium still under
- , their eoutrol-west of the line of the
: Bcheldt, dismantling industrial plants
..'.' and shipping all removable" machinery
into Germany. " ! ' ' .
At one industrial eenjer, aeren of the
eleven rolling mills have been entirely
removed, while tbe others are being
wrecked and rendered useless, Every-
,: thing else of value left In the country
bout te be abandoned la being taken,
metal Of all kinds being swept p ul
transported. c . ;V,V
In the Holy Land ' V v " '
There was comparatively little fight-
,' Ing on any European front, yesterday.
Another British victory is reported from
Palestine, however, the British having
- tightened, their grip upon the important
. . ' city of Gasa,' near Jerusalem. ;. Here
' ' the British advancel more than two
: miles, driving back the Turks and their
German leaders. .
I'etrograd reorta more, disloyalty
- along the eastern line, the Kussian
, ' on the Vilna front having commenced
to fiateruiie with thtir German foes.
Official Despatches Tell United
, 'States i Declaration 'of HostilU
ties Would Be Important Aid
' To Italy !..; .y
! VA81liN0TON. November 4-if Asso
ciated Pie) If the United States is
to com to the aid of Italy in her pres
ent great difficulties the best aid which
eaa be offered will be a declaration of
war against Austria-Hungary. This waa
tne Duraen or an official, message which
reached here yesterday from the Ital
ian front. It followed hpon the heels
o( th retwert of the National Defease
Society which had urged the President
in set ft . resolutions passed by Its ex
eeutive committee to call congress to
gether In special session for the purpose
of maklag suck a declaratioa of war,
pointing out tome of, the complications
thst may arise if efforts be made to aid
Italy in advance of such action. .',
.The United States Is not ostensible
at war with Austria bnt is at war with
the ally which gave that nation sue1
important assistance against an Ally
of the United 8tatea In the recent dis
aster. This is' the ;- serious aituatioa
which Italy is quick to recognise in its
hour of peril." ." ' .!. ': ' -'
General Cadorna still holds' intact his
northern And southern fronts, along the
Tagliament river: His men are atand
ing steadily and bravely against the at
tack! made upon those fronts by tbe
greatly augmented Teuton forces burl
ed against it in attacka directed toward
the breaking of its resistance. Thus
far the German-Austrian troops have
not been able to effect a crossing de
spite their , strongly concerted - efforts.
The claniis of Berlin that the Italian
forces had been driven back and the
Teutons held both banks are refhted
by the facta that were ascertained yes
terday, it is only In the center that
a eroasing was effected and there It sir
now claims to have checked the ad
vance. v-: i ' v,- .', 1
Attention .turned yesterday to th-
Trentino front and indications are that
another and new offensive is coming in
that directioa aad an Important battle
is forecast. ' r ' , .;. r r
The, American . Bed Cross -yesterday
notified the Italian government and the
Pope that it . is sending a permanent
commission to Italy for tbe purpose of
alleviating sufferings. . 7 . :
vegetaIlesIot .
while people : ' :
Hundreds oTTreight Cars LoatP
ed With Table Foods Are'AJ--lowed
To Stand Unemptied In
Freight Yards of Chicago ';
CHICAGO, November 4 (Associated
PressV While the country 'ia ' being
urged to conserve its food aad'efforts
are being made to reduce the costs of
necessities for the table, several hun
dred ,carloada of vegetables have bee a
permitted to rot in freight rara in tie
car yards of this city. - Investigation of
the eausea which led to suets a waste
has been ordered and in already in progv
reus. . ' .;
deliberately allowing theao vege
tables te go to waste is charged by the
detectives who -are investigating the
loss of this large supply of food stuffs;
They said yesterday that they Jiad al
ready secured evideuee that made them
fee convinced that- the- shipments had
been held back for the purpose of se
curing higher markets by tbe creating
of an artificial shortage And in ether
instances allowed to rot that those hav
ing stocks on hand already' might not
have to put them out at a lower price
than baa been prevailing. .
The food controllers aald that if defi
nite evidence . can , be secured of this
prosecutions will immediately follow.
Southern : Pacific Will Restrict
Shipments After - Tomorrow '
. Embargo on shipments of freight te
tha Islands is evidently becoming more
stringent, for press despatches received
yesterdav ppecify restrictions , which
the Soutnera Pacific baa placed on ear
load lots to Hawaii, These restrietions
will go Into effect tomorrow after which
the railroad company will aeppt.,aa
carload shipments to ' Hawaii .-unless
ocean carrier space can be. guaranteed
by the consignee. . By whom this con
firmation of apaco must be given was
not mentioned.
It is believed hers, that freight con
gestion on the wharves in Sua lan
eisco has become ao aevte with the
withdrawal of tha Matsoa Vessels, . that
normal importations will be -reduced
considerable for some time te come,
probably until the end of tbe war, ,
V ;: ;. . .
TARIS, November 3-(Asiiociatd
Press) Aviator Lufberry, formerly of
Baa Francisco now .with the lfsyette
Escadrille, has downed bia fifteenth
German aeroptsne. ,
(Yablets). Druggists refund money il
It fail to, cure.: Tbe signature ol
S. V. GROVK ia on each box. Man
ufactured by the PARIS MED1CINB
CO.. 6U l.!la. V. S. A.
'AM Aaron,
Kovembet 4'-
(Amtociatod Preaa) More tfaan Dv
million f amUiea, one Out of erery
four famlllea la the United Itatee
will help conserve the nation's food
tippiy Mat hMuit nfjroediriedge
Wssk which begaa last 8nndy,
prsctleally ended yeaterday and ef.
flclally enda today. This eeUmaoe
of the reaulu la nndsr rather than
ever the totals that will finally be
innoT7icei.(,foT .belated, returns are
lookM n pod te 44d materially to the
figtires.-ir.-.'A r-t; V,rt; in ;.vii;h
Much graUflcatlort la expressed by
the food administration on the ene
eese of Food Pledge Week. As a
result of It more than five million
women are enrolled a members of
and pledged te cooperate wtth the
food administration and uore tnaa
Ave million house have food admin
irtnttlon cards in the windows. .
- Net only will the saving which
trill be effected by this vast enroll
ment be of. tremendous Importance
but the moral effect which it will
have npoa the famUlee of neighbors,
not enrolled or pledged will be im
mense. It is possible that the- en
rollment may have reached alg mil
lions, it la aald as the figures given
out art conservative.
Territorial Hotel Company Sets
, V the Pace Everybody Is :
Urged To Save
.-; A men (less dsy And a wheatless'day
ence in each week ha v been aaaouaN
eed by. the .Territorial Hotel Company!
nader tbe management of Harry fttln
sou. .'After numerons conferences with
members of the food commission . the
hotel company decided to follow. the
lead, of the' largest and bfat'Tiotels on
the minland la. this respect 1 : 7 T
- Wheatlesa day . will be on Wednes
days.'- The muffins, 'rolls, or other bread
stuffs will, bo made'of other flours than
wheaf'-throughout, and no parrou will
be served with wheat , bread. ecn on
request.. The dining rooms- operated
by the Territorial Hotel Company 'are
those of the Touag, Senslde, end Me
ana ho rels. . -' V-'-.V "
--NfcutlcMS dVyH's: on- rridayirhT
hotels. ' The : American, plan, menus of
the Toung yesterday had no meat .dinh
e whatever en them, nor did the a la
carte menu. Shellfish, oysters, and fish
U every form were used for the entrees
aad roaata ,Tbere was not even a meat
soup 'on the card. All were vegetable,
or mllh soups er fish chowders.' .;
The hotels of tha Territory .ere com
ing ttftre and . noM ondpr the notice
of the food eouHnliiion,, and they are
being urged to Join la with all their
pewer to effect saving of the foods
needed abroad.' This ean .be. brought
about by more careful planning and by
greater use of home products, in the
opinion of tha commission.' i'V..-;. 1
Order Only What Wanted
. 'Teflplej Csn br red at; half the cost
for vf hi eh, they are. now 'eating, if the
European plan Instead of.the American
is followed in hotels and cafe," J, F.
Child, federal food administrator, stated
yesterday. ."This Is a significant fact
when we consider that all of the board
ing house and meat of the hotels 'of
Honolulu are run on tha American -plan.,
"The European -plan in to have the
list ef dishes on the menu card, from
which patrons msy choose what they
desire.,. By the American plan a stated
aumber of eonrses of o manyj.dishes
each is given to every person, i V ."'
Bihaustive iavestigationa oa the
mainland have ahowa that K costs only
half at much to feed the same number
of people when they; , are allowed te
choose thefr own food. . ' ,
"It would be good thing if even
where - the ; American plan ia followed
the guests were asked to write their
orders, aad ware only given the dishes
which they order. A considerable sav
ing eould be effected that way, "
"A better table' eould be eet by the
local hotels and restaurants formless
money if they would limit, the aixe of
their menu. - Inntesd ofjneludiag half
a dosea varieties of eaaaed vegetables,
as at present, they could nse availabl-t
aad perishable home grown vegetable!
fn( season. .. 1 ' '- i . ,. .-... '
. ''I have now a copy. of the agree
ment entered into en the mainland t
the annual convention of restasrsnteur
a adj , b etlrfliq, vandi it , ia hsjm :ltetien
to prese nhiitKteirthe )eca4 hoML mca ad :
restaoraat ownr I am having risti
prepared ef fill white, Chinese, and Japr
tnese-eatlna? plaeea. , ' -,.- v .
Toe Much Wo Savey - . :'. -V '
t 'The great trouble with Ihe white
restaurants here Ka in the fact; t Bit
the Oriental cooks jun them- - .Although
the managers are willing and- even. eag
er to, cooperate with the .food commis
sion, lack of understanding on the
took '1 part does not always aid them ia
getting fhe ,b,et results. ..' , t
; ("'To overcome this difficulty the food
commission will, have -g - meeting ; te
which all the -Tnpnnese and Cbinexe
cooks of the eitr will be asked. In
terpreters, will be present, and the
ob.ietta ef tke food ceuservatioa .cam
paign will be fully .explained Is lan
guave thev ean understand, t. '
"Wi will also endeavor to get house
wives to take more Interest ia .their
kitchens, though in the ease of some
cooks this la a dangerous proceeding.
I have personally known of several
whose rooks hava left them on account
of their mlstreaaea ' energetic and earn
est effort to earrv out food eonaerva-
tioa policies in their kitchens. , W
Hop te overcome thi difficulty by .our;
uui-muusi campaign.; it -
Spur Track Cclng In and Water
S,ystem Being Installed ;
s, v: At Big .Expense , ' ..." ;
Suggested That. Regiments Will
, Be Brought Tp Wdr Strength "
Through1 the Drift " ;.;'
f;hborte prepsiations which are
being made at KawailoX near Haleiwa,
for the encampment of the Hawaiian
Ifstionsl Guard, this week, - iaeluding
the. laying of a epor track' to the main
line of fhe Oah. Railroad at that point
aad the piping 0 (rh water for two
mile to the camp, she, at a cost of sev
eral thousands ef dollars, leads many
to the belief that Cawfclloa I intended
a a 'permanent tfs'ntng amp, got
merely a temporary one for the gnard.
Tke preparations hava. renewed the
idea in maey. quarters that the Na
tional Guard, at the conclusion of Its
encampment, will bV held and brought
Into active service, althongk no infor
mation to thi 'effect '..has been made
public by the military' authorities.
Draft and pall -( . .' ; . , -t; .
', With the Natioal Army drawings
completed and the examination hoard
prepared to sift over all .of the 29,000
men so drafted, and the announcement
from Vashington- that the next draft
quota' from all over the -country is to
be called to the color early In Janu
ary, tbe belief hr expressed by many
who arf following tbe tread of Ha
waii's military affair that the guard,
after it has been carefully gone over,
will be brought uf to WW ' strength
with Hawaii's drift quota, and the
regiment put int 1 Intensive training.
It almost a natural conclusion that
the local military authoritiee will not
recommend that Hawaii' National
Guard or he citizen draft quota be
sent to any main rand training ramp
this winter, on -the. ground that the
majority of tbe Island men' will be n it
able to' withstand suddenly the winter
weather.' 'The majority 'drafted are
those who have been bora in the Islands
or. came here from tbe Philippines, and.
have never been subjected to colder
weather than that' experienced t the
Voleeao, while- a large number have
never been at even' so' hich 'an eleva
tion. ' By tratning'.the local' militia
and. eojwerlntaiierq until-- spring the
toea'Tvfle-fa wooM 4tt saviAte4 1
Oon Over Again t .v.. '. -t'.'
'The guard, in all probability. Will be
subjected to another weeding out proc
ess, should Washington ,eall lot its mo
b'ilisati'on and a much mere drastic -'
lective process than that of last spring,
wbea a large number of married men
were eliminated, although some of those
dropped then have returned t to the
guard. The regular army, surgeons, in
all probability, will be more exacting
la their physical examination- of . V1'
men tbaa tbe militia surgeons, ana tne
physical standard will be raised. ".'
Jtawailoa plan . ',, -w
, Kawailoa, for tbe present, will bare
no- permanent structures, ss; the ra
eampment. site this week will 'be cov
ered principally by a tented city, "..--.,
- The camp will be located on the shon
ide of the railroad track with tb-.
brigade headquarters not far from the
railroad station. Just beyond will bv
the regimental headquarter. To' th.
.right, faelag the sea, will be the camp
of the First Begiment, and to the lef
the Peeond Infantry, extending out in
two long line, company by company
. Between the shore and the camp i
a rather extensive field for drill pur
poses. " The bathing beach will be off
the akore at the end of the Second
Regiment tine and in the direction of
Haleiwa Hotel. The beach ' running
fiarallel to the camp will be tabued, ow
ns; to a dangv bus undertow at that
.point. .-,
j -A epur traek will be run from the
railroad on the Wsialua plantation aide,
where th quartermaster ' office and
warehouse will be located.' . v , . 1
There 1 also a considerable area ef
level ground beyond the apur traek aad
toward Waimea which will be used for
maneuvering, and also a lot of land
available near Mokulela,- between Wei
alua and Kawaihepal, where the entir
brigade will maneuver - y 'A
rtrrt Troop Wday .: '' ,
The ' local regiment will not leav
Honolulu for the camp until next Hun
day morning. The first unit te go into
camp will be the section of tha Seeoad
Begiment from th Kona district of
Hawaii, due to arriva here on the
morning Of the ninth. '
d JTko tguerdi'will eeelve-ithi Arat L,
atrnetlon In: entraining on arriving at
the depot. Ktriet discipline will be
maintained both at th depot and in
the ears ia transit. Upon arrival at
the eanip the troops will be detrained
quietly and after tbe roll baa been
(ailed, policing squade will go through
each ear to clean and put it ia proper
Only Eseentlala ,.; v
-Officer who hv been . flguring on
taklntt a lot of home comfort along
will find. If they are of th rask below
major, that they ere limited to fifty
pounds of baggage and ' thU must be
made up into compact bundles, and de
livered to the supply offieer at the
armory the afternoon of . November 9
Ml . officer are reourstsd - to coatee
baggage to a oeddiag roll, aiattreai
four sheet, three towels, two pillow
eases, on looking glass, toilet arti
cles, extra socks, mosquito bar, shaving
outfit and as extra pair of leggin and
shoe. . .. ' ', , ' ' . '.-
The enlisted man will have po extra
baggage allowance, at all, except a
few wearing articles and an extra
ehaaire of cloth in or. He, will hang on
to. hia rifle, cartridge belt and evecr-
thing that make him real aoldier,
.but be must earbew luxurle. n vl
Commissions Wait
WASHINGTON, Noyembtr. 4-(Auocited Pre8)4-Evry
i i. man v(Yiq Qualities ' in th e ! officer' reaervt training-campa
witf receive hia commiaaion in the United States Arniy. Some
vill ee immediate service while other will have to wait for a
time for aaalgnment but will later be brought into active service.
' In answer, to hunwjreds of queries as to whether the men in
training in the officersreserve corps camps might expect to see
lrtOTdiattitt'rtqj waf
department yesterday made an official announcement. TKiswas"
that all those who are found to be qualified will be graduated and
will at once receive their commissions. It will not be possible,
however, to assign all of these to active service at once. Those
ih4t can be used will at once receive their assignments and go
into active' service. Others' must wait for their opportunities
which will come with the second or later drafts but as there
arise openings for them they will be assigned to active duty.
-.' . . Several thousand who are in the camps and many thousand
more, the relatives, families and friends of the officers' reserve
corps members Will receive this announcement with great satis
faction. ;v ,' iy !;' f rv ;'''- i- ; ' "".
Suffrage, Setter Labor Laws and
Elimination of Political"
' Cenjorship Demanded ;
COPENHAGEN, Nqvemlter --(Associated
.Pres)- Th'' (ierman . 'Liberal
party ha adopted and published a pro
gram, of th demand it proposes to
make -upon thai government a soon a
the Reichstag reconvened and th new
Imperial Chancellory Pr. von Hertlioc,
assumes office. . The central committee
ef the Liberals pledge itself to insist
upon tha greater part of its program re
ceiving Immediate .consideration', i. '
The reform demanded are tweeplhg.
The ftrt plank calls 'for th' immsdiato
reforming of th aleetoral Jaws of frus
iia whereby the right of suffrage will
be equalised, wi,tb one man one vote
aad a fair redistribution 'of th scuts
in the representative bodies. :' ( '
'. Labor ft-.gislation wjilch will give- the
workingmaa a greater share in. the
products he produce and whUl. : wl"
raleas member -of .'labor, unions
from th..hsr.f.wing rostrictfnns of the
pseseaUfaMi re demanlKLu-' ,
! A third pofbf of Import anoe to lie n
tinted, upon ls -the'pliD4natlo . of the
political eensorshtp, now exerqlsd with
such ruthless' severity. ' Thi Liberal
and the ctoclalist. -press, must be given'
th right to free speech and the privi
lege of discussing all matter of ulille
interest.-.'.'.'", .' .".'. '.: '. ,.
' - a - -
Sermany Puts In Fourteen Men
In Field For $ame Cost Tjiat ,;
United States Pays For,One ft
toelated ; Press)Oermany is -putting
ourteen men in th field far what It
out the TJalted States to put. la oae,
is the startling assertion that Is mails
y government statisticiana.,: :t .' ',
While the earn general proportion
sf : costs maintains Germany can arm,
quip, put in the Held aad maintain 14.3
men at th kame cost the Uaited Staff
must pay for -one. . ' -,'
In explanation of this it U 4ald that
the higher pay which; the Americaa
soldier receive, transportation aad th
cost of supplying him with food aikeJ
' '.. ! 1 '.;
The shipping business 'of the Amer-iean-Haweiian
Hteamshjp Company will
ao longer be handled by H. Hsckfeld eV
Co., according to a cablegram reevd
from ompny - headquarters - la Baa
Francisco. No date of the levranee of
bastaetair relatiwn of 1 nihy '.years' tdL
liirf wal'gtvMp'bnfti t 'pVesliiWeJ-th
hag will b made wltbtfl"th asxt
few weeka ,' 'n-v
(Several reasons nava been ascribed
for tbe change. Up to a few year age
the Hackfeld Compaay was ativ
geat for'th American-Hawaiian, at
tending to all the collections for nier
ehaadise ehipment and othef inolden
tal business. Hinee then U hat been
agent for tbe transportation company
only in a general way, as Percy Morse
h attended to all the work -of -forwarding
sugar shipment, l""r V '
It is believed in shipping cireletr'tht
Mr. Morse wilt ooottuue to represent
the Ameriean-Hawaiiaa here nd that
separate office will be opened In th
near future.' .
seciated Press) Two retired tear-admiral
of th navy have died with
in th pait twa days. On Friday
David Harmony passed away and yes
terday at 8t, James, New York, Fred
erick Bogera. Kear-Adrntral Rogor
vii seventy three years ef age. ;. -
College . of Hawaii Player Died
Last Night From Injuries Rev
ceived In Afternoon Game , '
tragedy .. came from the football
gam played yesterday afternoon on the
Kamehameba Hel.l, Mnrulchl Kuwa
nioto, on of th College players, who
distinguished, himself in the gsme, dy
ing at tea 'clock' Inst night at the
tyieea 'a Hospital from injuries receiv
ed on tbe Held,; : ,- '
The young man Was tftkeA from the
Jra me after, he, had collided with one
of his teammate and the affair 'was
looked upon a mere Incident of the
contest,, so" far from being rough was
tbe plsy ia w hich he .rereied Lis fata,!
injuries. , He appeared dazed, but not
at all serioualv hurt.
. 'He was taken to tun home of .Profes
sor Crawford, -where he was given a hot.
bath and coffee for a stimulant.'. Iis
puis was' normal, and km temperature
running iAaett aimi. : h remiinei)
unsonstions, however end -this finn!ly
deeded frwrVesot OraMwtfWo'Nirmman.
k physiiianw Dr. AK.-JanksdlM'iiirf
telephoned -.-for.- Kuw stpof-i ' parents,
who live at. Boretsoi. were also
aotifled ; and Uey came, with their
daughter..'- 1 ..'.-''' '.i- ,
Doctor Jackson pronounced the eon
dition of th young mmr grave and. rec
ommended his removal to the hospital
Dr. (leorge Herbert being also railed in.
Shortly after bis removal to th hos
pital, about ten o'eloek the young in
dent died. Towards the la he showed
signs of concussion.
Kawamoto was an Americaa born
young man,' about tweutythfe years
old. He was a junior at , the 'College
having entered or the a near technol
ogy course.. He was-well liked and a
good student, his Industry being shown
from the fart that be bad worked on
a plantation to corn the monuy to give
him his college course. . ; :t . ..
"No nrrangeiiieiita regnrding the sf -nernl
were made Inst nlgqt. .
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Austria's Ruler Gives Indication
of Intention To Hold - All
Lands Now Under Arms
AMSTERDAM, November 4 (Ao
eiated Prcss)-Klng of Poland, ruler
of Bosnia and Herzegovina and of. all
rWbia which is held under tbe a rim
of Austria are ew titles which Charles,
Emperor of Austria Hungari will adopt
today, Newspapers yesterday, said that
he had determined to- be so proclaim
ed and the preparations had been mad'.?
foV such formal proclamation. '
Proposal for peace without annexa
tions such as have been widely advocat
ed by the Caechs and others of the
peace factions of Austria-Hungary will
receive a vere blow today If the re
ported plan of Emperor Charles are
srlit our,'i It is aaid'itd t liis inten
,tip "to' assume the titles' of tulership
nu actual ruiersnip or an land held un
der the armies of Austria 'despite any
such demands. :' T v ' '
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(Aso'iatu I'ress) ; Tbe Brazilian
steamships Acary and Ouarahy have
been torpedoed lo European waters and
two killed and -.(MW-ioJued vif the
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British Destroyers Rid North Sea
of Dangerous Menace Which
Had Been Preying Upon Ship
ping In Scandinavian . Waters
Fleet Sent Out To Rid eas of
. Menace Score Big Success and
: Show Mercy To Men Who Seek
. Refuge In Lifeboats of Cruiser
LONDON. November 4 (As
sociated Tress) -Win a naval
engag-emetit in the Cattepat yes .
terday a British fleet of destroy
ers sank a .German auxiliary cruis
er and a raider in addition to ten
armed ' patrol " bofttsj , trawiers,
while off the coast of ' ficlgiunv
An electric controlled high speed
craft was' smashed tp pieces by
the guns of other destroyers. On
the cruiser there were thirty kill-
ed and most of the .remainder of
the crew of ninety-one were made
prisoners after heyhad taken to
life boats.' ' '' ' ' ': ;' ' '
; German auxiliary cruiser
which was destroyed yesterday
was "the Marie,, armed -with six
inch guns . and V crew of which
ninety-one have been ' accounted
for; "thirty having been killed in
the encounter with the destroyers.
Thejfleet mel her about ten miles
north of Kultcnand sherimme
diately opened fire to which" the
Ltc4riy"eTii pLitVwith-irch vig
or that within ten minutes the
Marie was -in flames amP those
who had hot been' killed took to '
their life boats. 'Then the signal
"cease firing" was given and the
refugees were picked up a pris
oners. --. : r T:-' - 't.':-.-; ' V;'y :"' '.'
The armed trawlers Jvhfch were
with the Marie were also sunk, a ;
number from their crews killed
or drowncdand most of the rest
taken as prisoners. " , i''. ';
The more seriously Wounded of
the prisoners were ( landed at
points on the Danish'1 coast for
surgical attention. r , ' ; , V;
Dangeroua Raider Castroyad ,''
Alo in tha Cattegnt the deitrorer
fleet earn upon the Qrrmaa aomnera .
raider Crocodile, a . itearoer ot, 1000
tons burden with a crew of 100. She
m uk, i were also five fat patrol
ernft that wer -with her when the de
stroyer made, the(r etttok. Th ad
miralty announced the teuton loa of
the two larger and ten smaller vessel.
On th coast of Belgium other de
stroyer met a high powered, electric
ally controlled German boat and a few
well directed shots aank. her, making '
the day's toll of Smaller eraft eleven,
in addition to the two ships' of larger
tonnage. . ,' .( -;.'.'-,'', 1 ;..,'
Practically , non of the offieer or
orews of any of thesq craft ecapedl,
The Crocodile 1 tb raider avbirh r
nently sank two British destroyer and
nine merchantmen nnd the fleet which
ended her career yesterday waa sent
out to hunt her down and eud tha
mi'iiaee. , i"'':. '.' '., .' .
WASHINOTOX, Noventber 4Aa-socit-tcd
.Tress) To equip ', and msin
taiu n community ramp service a cam
paign will be started today. Fos this
puifwise 1,7$0,OOQ U needed and the
project has tbe support of some of
the most influential business mn in
the couutry. .
The purpoa of the proponed ervlo
is to supply social center in or eloea
to the training camp for the enlisted
men, in some instance like clubs, and
to furnish, for them a healthful and
clean form of relaxation and enter
tainmrnt. 1
COPENHAGEN. November 3 ( A
sociated Press) Th Kaiser, has writ
ten to former Chancellor llichaelia any.
iiytt he .wants him to accept a high lm
norial position, j W'hat th pUion U
has not been announced, ,
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