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' ' .'" " rf ' - v i; i" ,v-- 1 HAWAIIAN GVZETTR, FRIDAY, OCTOBKR IX. I01R. -SF.M1 WKF.KI.Y M. ; ; SPJTB OF FIERCE ? HUN DEFENSES Hold Their Qains In Face of Most Desperate Counters and Take Town of Grand-Pre NKW YOTfK, OrtnW 1 7-( AfH :iit. il l'rPBHt Repiiltni; one desperate eonntr-r flftci another hii-I faeiiiK a re itaine eipiii to thu fli-reeM battling of Tiiei-lnv, the Anif rirnn pant of the Mou.p not only lie hi all their gnina yes-tpr-lav li.it n.l.lel to them by c-ap-tmiiiK thf important town of firmnl ' r . wliorx I hoi r front i now brought up IpvpI with that of tin French on their iininpiiintp li:(t. The (tpriiuui ileterininiitioii fo Itloe k any further inhume of the Ynnkppi on thU vttirl nation of their front wua further ilitwn vpstenlav in the iletT niineil comiicru throvru airainat the Am eri. an Km- mi I in the foroeity with whieh the American attack were met, the (ipranin hnilintf mnehine Run Itul letn from hunilredn of npata and keeping a e on tin norm ami ttpafy Kheltlng al tho Amerli-an poxitionn To OonfuM Yankaoi The appearnnep of the dermaii conn tern nml the inrPHMant ib-luging of the Yankee rank a with million of bullet and thousindi of hIh-IU leinU to the im ireaaiun I hat the (lerinrfn command t bopitiK to lonfuae the Americans and cheek their Hrdor in order to firlvu tho (ieriiiaiid time to carry out Ulan for pimnible turlher retirenmntn. Thia plan has failed, while the failure tia thrown the fiprn hiii t hetnipvp into confunion ni the Btrenyth of their units are lieing cut iIohii liy the American attack. In the fi'htitiK on Tuetuliiy, (ii'iiernl I'erhiiiK reportH that the American ad vance Mii-rpeih-'l in cutting off a lare uuinlicr of th' enemy in xeparatn poi'ketwt thcHe beinr taken a prioiiera after liniul to hand Hjjhtiiin. Stand Against French On the t'liailipai;lie front. Inking ud vantage of the had weather, the i-r-man appear to have taken up n ntand lilonjr the Uetliel Sixsone line, where they arc now ttvintf to hold the French army under lieneral Delieuy. It is nop jiopil that tin Man. I i only a tern porary effort, the crmuu defense, con Kitiu of miichini- giins mounteil liack of the Hwnmps tliiniijjli whiih the Krenih iinit ii-lv.-iiue if they are to continue their drive tun 1 li w aril. In their approach tuu.'ir.l Kethel yen terdm the rienili captured Ai-v Ho mniice, a mile went of Kethel. On the Ainu- sector further ent they occupied Talnm, while mi the front north of l,nou the important town of Notre Oame i!e LieKNc Kii.i (X'cnpied, w. a. a. BRITISH SWEEP IN SYRIA SWIFT AND UNINTERRUPTED Cavalry Reaches End of Lebanon Range, Almost Half Way To Aleppo From Damascus I.oNIKfX, iictol.er 7t Aasociated l'iesi The Turkinh reigueat for an armistice bikI peace i not belii( per niitted to interfere with the forward sweep mirth of the Allies forte in Syria. Yesterday it nun announced that British cavalry had reached and occupied Tripoli, forty live milea north of Heirut, cm the Mediterannean, aud Iloins. eighty live mile north of Da-riia-cus, at the ncirthern end of the l.etiauon Moiinttiins. Thi brings the Uritish ndwuice witliin eighty miles ofAiitiuih nml almost as close a that tu Aleppo, the principal railroad .junc tioi. point of Asia Minor. SOUTH CHINESE WILL MARCH ON HSU'S CAPITAL Refuse To Recognize His Election and Will Take Steps To Name Man For His Place T K li I. ( I. -lolier 111 - 'Special to the Nippn .lijii A si rutin revolutionary expedition will lie sent against Peking. This ;is ii it noil need this morning liv I hi' X'nntoiiese government, w hich in detet in i :n' 1 that llsu Shi Chang, new I'le-idi'iit of the Chinese Ktipuhlic, shall not lie continued in ofllce. According to a despatch from the sent of the revolutionary activities, the Clinton government issued nn offi cial ' ! I it ru t io ti this morning aniioiine iuj; its decision thtit the ruvoluttonal ists will assume for themselvea the authority to name tho President. It is declined that llm Shi Chang can not he or tei ognied a President under tha the poil he now unlawfully holds. is foi this purpose that an expedition against Peking has been decided upon by the (evolutionary lender. A spi iul envov of the (.'nnton gov ernment is in Tokiii :itnl he'd a lengthy ejnifei'cii' e yesterday with Premier lliiiM. It N understood thtit the revo llltioiiiiiy envoy is seekiue oftieiul rec ognition 1'V the .l;ipunese government for the Cnnton go eminent . W g. 8. Air Resources To Be Pooled In Plan lUIN'iTo.N, Urtnl.rr If. Otti riuh- Jehu l..Kvnn. h i 1 1-rn ft l i nr1 or, RnmniiHTH tlml an nrrciiirnt lu-rn mmh: with Curat Hritiiin liv liiili tlio li i I c raft 1 1-mi hi t " th nf f lir A I lie) ninii Irit's iitul tlx- iiittvl tutt'K will In illfVt'liir-l nii'ici a .int r obtain '1 In arcniK'ii t run t fin l,i l r- l liu t r a eh fduntiy will nsi' it- 'i otitic fluii 1 1 Noun 'h t t In- h 'iiil ;tl"u t In linrN in whiili it I hc-t 1 1 1 1 f i .il. winl that t In rml ui't ion will In- tl ist rilnitfl. TIm- ii in i a t I i ii I'll mi sii -x that lit j'ir Hiij-rtuiarv nf tin ri' m hip qtirsl ioiu'J. YANKS IN 111 MOIIIlinTfHI POT HHoniiiuiunbui MIGNEVS Kaiser's Abdication and Ger many's Complete Surrender Come ButvRapid Denials Follow BASEL, October 17 (Aaeoclated Pram) Th Ocnnan ralchiita.g baa ben ummonel to met on Frldaj whan th fply of President Wll aon to Germany latent peace note will be dlMruMed. WAHHTNQTON, October l7--fAo-rinted Preia) -HUtementH that the ah dicntioe of the Kaiser wa hein eon pidered aerioiiHly in Berlin and that (iermnn.v wool J (end a reply thin after noon accepting each of the term of m-ace laid down by President Wilson eci(pd intenae enthnsiamn here Inst nifht, which died away, howevor, on the receipt of official statement from lmdon that aurh report were no founded and on the receipt of n retract ion by the Dutch newspaper whieh first sent the announcement nut. New York Got Newi The Mew, York Time issued a holle tion carryinu a despatch from The Hajrue, in which a correspondent stated ' authoritatively " that (lermany's an swer was expected to be sent this af ternenn. In thia reply to the Presi dent' last note to Berlin, Oermanv wonld aeeept Wilan ' terms on the con dition that "Herman interests are (ninr arteed," said the bulletin. Tho Times authority was the Nieuwe Rotferdamsche Courant, which in a spe eial edition late last night withdrew its statement nf the reported cnpituln tion nf Germany and the abdication of the Kaiser, because, said that paper "Ihey are uufounded." ' Paris Discussed Abdication News of the possible abdication of the Kaiser comes from Geneva by wav nf Paris. The Paris Temps published a Geneva despatch which said that ac cording to "n Hot unreliable source" Merlin is now considering how the Kai er may disappear from the political arena without endangering the dvnastv. One sucyested solution wa that Wil he'm should abdicate in favor of hi eldest son. the Crown Prince, with the Kniser's brother. Prime Henry of Pros sin. as regent. The Journal des Debuts of Pnri. com menting on this, declared that nnv siieh a solution would be unacceptable to Prance. On the heel of the Pari item 'came nn official despatch from the British nres bureau which stated that t1 British government had been officially informed that the reports of the (Set mfn capitulation are unfounded. In farther contradiction of these re port, the North Herman Gavetle, i" quoted in an Amsterdam despatch warns the German people that neither en armistice nor a peace treaty etv within sinht. The GaseMe takes tie ground that President .Wilson ' reply which reached Berlin on Tuesday nt .I'unii and was withheld' from the public has extended the distHaainn nnd the a German cnuntesinjtteranee ha been made therefore necessary. "So an arm istice end tho inauguration of pence negotiations are not immediately n tainable" nvs the Gazette. Turkey Threatened Vienna despatches state that von Hn rian, the Austro IIungarian foreign min iter. renssurred Germany nf the fide! itx- nf the Dual Monarchy to the Tentnn alliance, during n address before the 'ireiyn affairs committee of the diet, lie also expressed hi confidence in Con stantinnple, stating his belief that Tnr Jjev will stand faithful to her allies. Point is given to von Hurian ' faith in Turkey bv a warning which hu reached Constantinople from Berliu. ne cording to informntioo that haa reach ed the state department through official channels.) According to .this. Germany hi's notified Turkey that the German '!nck Sea fleet, made up of captured Russian warahitiH, will commence v inmlinrilment of Constantinople nt the "'t si;rn of Turkish defection from the Teuton cuue. Guarantee of Good Faith Former Premier Asmiith. speaking in I nudoii. say that nothing in anv armi stiee that may be irrnnted can be per -i'tel t he t imperils the ascendancy thnt has been gained on land and sen 'V the Allies, nor can a breathing space be iriven nn enemy which cannot be trusted to obse'vp the rules of honor and humanity. Nobodv in the civilized world todav. he av, fails to feel the 'nom that the war ha sealed upon Germany. Regarding the assertion of the Pre ident that the military supremacy must be continued and thn the terms nf s,rmitice innt include the giving nf hostage bv Germany to tnike cr tin that continued supremacy, the Vn iche Zeitnrtir nf Pl-lin nsks Wit t'oar aiiteca President Wilson is prepnred to nrTnr that the oiilitarv suiierioritv thus afforded the Allies will not be utilized bv them in a manner onoosed to t'ie principles of justice and conciliation on which President Wilson stand. COAST RUSSIANS ARE j BACKING LIBERTY LOAN ! ' v piN('lSCO. October Hi Official 1 Russian1 from nil parts of California, garbed in national costume, paraded in i i letinit'oi! nf Khimki n dav 1 " in "'e fourth l iberty Bond cam paign under the auspice of the Ru V' i I'l'I'i'iT" llll'l kloirfiiiM ,1.1 monst raTed tliat the RusHiau colony is one lui nil i ltd percent behind the lib eitv I mi ii nml ho'chcat tedly support ing I'lesiilent Wilson. W s. . -An Aid to Digestion When von hi'vr liipie-. end "ei tit in the stomach after eating on miiv Know that you have i-ii.-n , ' 1 should take one of Clmmbei lain 's Tablets to nid voor iliii".tiuiff Vo sale bv Benson, Smith & (V, I.tJ -Adv. REGARDING PEACE BOLSHEVIKI REPULSED ALONG MURMAN FRONT ON TUESDAY ARCHANGEL, October 16 (Delayed) The Allies, Including Americans, era meeting and repulsing heavy attacks against their front on both banks of the D.lna, hundred and hfty miles north of Ketlawd. The Bolshevlkl hsve brought tip Urge forces and are striving desperately to throw the Allies back to the north. The Bolshevist losses are reported to bo heavy. RUSSIAN REDS ARE MURDER MAD STOCKHOLM. October 16 (Associated Pre) The Bolshevlkl are murder mad, declare members of a party arriving hero from Petrograd. They say that the Bolshevik officials axa ordering the killing even of their own partisans and that YJW1lfclnns sea K4nir hM nnil V. maIIIh n a.. I . I ... A . .l. " a ia ii u i.uv f " - j v vt vi.v uiivnii uijiviusviv mi wuu w3 ici niiLiy nxciiaiineu for. Bolshevik officer. CUE 11. S. FLIERS FOR GREAT SKILL - Americans Operating , With French Escadrille Commended For Exceptional Daring PAHIH. Heptemher 25 ( Associated Pre) -American who join French escadrillof , ean from the loomont of meir arrival isp ,niri in nom lis riling expeilitions, thsnk to the sound train fnp they have rei-civcil, say French nviution Hiithoritie. The work of a sinirlo groii, thst iroler Major Vliillc- min, may he tske i to illustiate this stntement. lurin(( the boml :irlnient of a hht t'eflel.l, Speond l.lei.tennnt Honflls. Ihe ..hserrntion officer having been killeil, I is .ilot. Si-cund l ieutenant Hnllpy, nn morican. nlthoiigh liimielf severely uounrleil in the arm, succeodeil in 1i i nui njf the body of Ins companion Imck into the French lines. Halley lnonght down a (termsn plmie tlml ilny. Second I. ietitenant Ijloyd Schaolfer, iil.serv ntion otlii er. vuis severely wiMiml ed in a liht, (in i ni nt; n cilntloii whi. h spoke of him as "nn American observ ation officer of the veiv first rnnk, (riv in( fresh proofs of courage and ad mirnblp coolness each day. in full bnt t'e he carried out fifteen bombardment at low altitude." Eludes, Eighteen Planes r..ioi Viiillemin hit i ite.l Harold ndiew. second lieuti-mi ut oIimtvii ion officer, a ' rem'i i K n b!e fur danh and -kill. Alway in the liench nince the Inte (teruian offensive, he Iih taken part in "everal lights. He returned fiom ope ith nineteen mIicII plintiT in hi pl.-ine. '' Andrew un attacked "iii one i n-t ;. in c bv eighteen eiteiny ma iliine.-. but Mircee .led in getting aniiv. 'I lie next ilav In- brolieht ilnwn lilt i- ii i iii y p'nne. "flfhcer iin of great euurapi' and high ci 'li r ie ut i i iii-ness, ' ' ci - a citlllion of I .ieiitenant IMward King MseDo "iild. ho took part in ten bnttlelield 1 oinh:irdiiie!i iluri'i'; the fighting on he Aisne and in I'irardy. Two vie toiie are credited to him. I ieuteiiaiit pilot William Hopveler. after several months' work with the Vinerii-an Ambulance, enlisted in the 'iviation, won re citation for his work in nine bombardment on the buttle Meld. Having brought down an enemy in one fight, he returned with nine bullet in his mnehiue. I ieiitenunt pilot .tohn (.l over is nil "tliei nierican cited by Major Vuille 'iiiu a "always readv to stnrt, and ilwuv volunteering, ha (fiven everv lav freh proofs of the wonderful iiual itie of hi race. 1 ' CANADA'S AUeV PRESS ATTACKED t'Al.t.AH V. Alia.. October 14 (A sin lated I'resi Diieniy alien Ikii- giiage newspape; in western t'anailu are making a vigorous fight against the i-auipaign lauiii-hcil by the tireat War Veterans' A -n" iat ion to put them out of busiiiefs. Tliese ale score of these publication in Manitoba. Hnkntehe( wan, Alberta and British Columbia. Some of them already are beginning to 'loinge from the (ienuan and lttithen :.in to tiie Kn;;lili language. Tin' .1 mi l of the Veteran that the piiblo-at ion bi' denied uc of the mail unli-' f rinted in Kugli-.li i rc-eiing -i i i iin con.siiteratioii b the (ttawai ;;o ei-iiinent. Uecentlv n general meet nig ot' the editor of uch publication wiii lii ld hi Winnipeg an I a petition draft"il to Premier ltonlea stilting -.v ti v tlo-v hIioiiI'I not lit' denied tine of die mail. The editor strongly protent their lovalty and declare that there are thou Hun-Is of alien in the vvet who have no method of learning of government proe Ininalioii and orders except through the column of the foreign language pros. The Veterans reply that tin argument clearly prove- tliat the pollination uru obstacle tu foreigners learning the Kn glish luiigunge and becoming 'anadians. W. a, a. MOSCOW CONSUL GETS DESERVED PROMOTION W ASH'INOTON, Ortober Hi--i(m- ii-.. .DeWiitt ('. l'oW, the former j iiii'i i '-mi conul general nt Moscow, I ii!i. been sent to Archungel to net n iiiiell.ir and assistant to Ambau !or liiiiiiis. The promotion is regard n a ii Anid for the excellent wtirk i lion.' bv the consul general ut Mos . I-1 a . - - w. a. a. FORTY MILLIONS AND NOT A BANK IN IT Vd svll I NkiTt , October in otli it.il The win finance corporation to i 1 . ( . r I , a mil hoi i.e.l loins to the a tn ..I1 tli. .unit ."iiii i - I ,,:rl, .1 . i : .-i''.',.ri!IL'. .In.-it t-I'fu-I tn-t -I' vvllir b-l.i II. HI. "1 !i 1 In- tin' limn ot b:ink H. ft. I K N i '!('( ). I li t,.l.,. nl.-. I I'..- - In !!. I .I.,-. .., I ti . . I .. hl-'Ii - : - '' I l:, l. . III. I Suit a!,, I', I hollo. I I'lM . lllK III. .11, Il ,1 Vt'UNl'U lulu I 111' llllll'l ' .I'll U I l III' ' i w l lui'nv ivfvihiu tuiiun ijin. milOIIH IIIC i Face Cream and Powdct", Nearo's i i Strang Request Y. M. C. A. Canteen Workers Learn To Expect Unusual De mands From Soldier Boys I r-Mr:ine mine;, no nlcriiif tho sur lor by onr sol wonieii running 11 Kloisc Rol of typical i -Hi the follow roiiinlui;, nrc nsscil (Ihtk 111 rriin I tli i V VI I' . iiinn in n inoriiiii nt ink"- leseript I'M t he V ' ' I A South I arolinn n the counter, asking: i ' ' Vli ' hII iot Mnniu 1cp Jip to lllplenoll i re tniK mo'nin, Ms 'hiii' "Two Kiml.'' The plnci"! be the lore hi ni He enrefnllv label and selects the Inrg "Anything else f " rend )ar. " Y.i-Fnin. Some )'. . pou dor, please, .V a 'am. ' ' - . a. a. BOHEMIANS NEAR REVOLT AGAINST TEUTON RULERS Many Cities Patrolled By Troops and Bloodshed Reported-Re-public To Be Proclaimed Soon I.OXIHt.N, October 1 7, Associated Pies i What almot amount to . ivil war has broken out in boheiiiin and, v lolent demonstrnt ions bv the people ! :ire being met with a strong military ! di-plny by Austrian and (lerman I 1 1 oops. The street of Prngue re lie- i iug guarded by Voldiers with mnehiue guns posted at the treet inteistiotis. while patrol, with hand grenade, are p'Ki'ing Ihe suburbs. Despite tiie presence of the e'i,'ierT an I the rut h Ii snes with mko'i the ecily deinoust rat ions were put do.' a, luniphlet an- being ilitrituf -d oe i luring that the Cech Hepublir is soon to be pi oi laimcd. Despatches from Prajfue. relayed on through the Central Xews agency at Amsterdam, slate that the trouble ori ginated at a series of meetings railed v the C.echo Slovak council at Prague in wotest against the eiport from Bo-' ! enwi of food stuffs so badly needed iv the Bi'liciiinin population. At these' iiiictings the feeling ran so high that I it nn decided to cull a general strike I ihioughoiit all Hohemiu; the announce-I nut of thi producing conditions that' :'ie rapidly approaching revo't. I j Martini law has been declared by il, aut Inn itie and Austro (lerman tioops have taken control of Prague, I p.lsen. Pisek aud Tnbor, where the I near revolt is the more violent. The movement is spreading south through Moravia, where fighting has '....I, ni out between the troops and the pifpulare at Brunn, Olmutz and ISkoda. - - - w. a. a. PASSES DISCARDED AS BATTLE STARTS r u I Pl.-- ( .llj'HU.'.l the V Ill : -I be I . - i -t II- . I !;i . 1 1 inn t ..I C dip' of I .: 1 1 1 - nn September 1(1- -( Associated -1 1 i nl Mnngiii's army was ii ihe most terrific battle of tor tliiie davs no progress iniiile against the desperate of the Prussian Guards ami sin" k troop. Ill the vicin n le Chateau and on the tin- Smut (lobain forest the J (iiTinan counter attacks l.:o All" A r i v in buck the attacking Franco an itiiiv ai various poiuts. Iivision of the American army at" i itiiic week of stubborn light ing Jiad lust I ii re ieved nnd reted hi i oni Hi rat i v e safety behind the A i It 1 1 Hiver. Two hundred of the Aiiiein nii sol. lit r proudly exhibited misses entitling them to ton days' leave in Paris and other places to the rc;i i At tuui in the morning the "alert" was sounded. A violent (lerman eount- er nttiick ha 1 just been launched i thieateuiiig the allied positions north of the Ailette. The division was to retina to the firing line at ouch. s they mustered out, heavy with leep. the ofticers told the boys that those in possession of passes, for Un real in i u t renin in behind. They could take advantage of the brief furlough. Not -me man remained behind. g ga T IOWA REGIMENT LOSE FIFTY PERCENT OF MEN DCS IOIK Inning riyht i, luwn, Srpti'inln'r JO llliv' tiotillL I'llilillli AiiL;iit the Oin' 11 mi. I r I mul Six' II j Ii I Ii 1 1 l.i nl i v . I on a ' unit li.-iiiiliu" I 'V i-iuii. 1 t 1 Ion utlii. IIHMI. "I .-'' t Htly p.Tll'Ilt , tVi-i II . omli.-l I i lit t I I'll y t li ,i, !,. ' . k. i; is. ntii'U, it I i a : . 1 1' tin mi. I ih. oi. I KILLS SELF TO FREE SON FOR WAR DUTY Tl 'Kill II I..I.. I I I AlriOi lllti'il I'll-. S.i tl.nt In olilii-i on, m In i lia-l I .,-, oi 1.1 .- I I . - I. ill V olok. Illllll l-; 1 1, I , : i i'ii Ii.. l.i liall' mo I i, 1. 1.' :,ll I,, ipan ,1 I , I I .1:1 ii I. tu In 'lilt ', ill an. I ili-ii.'ii.li-iit tl.' I . I I.U -u I I ii i r 1 . 1 1' . i-1 1 f I -mi. u. 1 1 1 1'.l - .1 1 I II-. .! . - il 1 1 II L! t " I'll 'II' uouui on. fill tu lnv l, tin- nai otliie CAVALRY FIGHTING NORTH TOWARD THE HOLLAND FRONTIER PARIS, October 17 (Associated Press) What - est ana tne mosi vital victory or me war is now being won by tne Aiue in Flanders, where they are driving the Germans back along a wide front, capturing thousands of prisoners and taking many guns. On most sections of this front the Germans ma m Placc the Allied i across country unopposed. At other pc'nts the most desperate resistance 'ii being offered and the fighting is at close quarters. This fighting is at points ordered to be held at all cost in orde r to permit the removal of guns and supplies. r 'f CHEER THEIR MEN FOLKS ON A dramatic picture is given in th; reports from the Belgian front, which tell of Belgian women and children in the just reclaimed villages, cheering on their husbands, fathers and sons as the drive forward in pursuit of the Hum The infantry is advancing in a great fan, with the cavalry far ahead a . a screen, the horsemen hanging on the flanks of the beaten and fleeing Ger , -X. man divisions and in every way hampering their flight. The cavalry is r V working wonderfully well and the greater number of the prisones being tak- ; en are credited to them as they cut off straggling regiments and beat down, weak rear guards. 4 .- NEARING DUTCH FRONTIER ' 5 The horsemen yesterday evening were within seventeen miles of the 4 Dutch border and continuing their pursuit, with every minute cutting down ' the narrowing gap through which the Germans between Bruges and the coast' must pass if they are to escape. Yesterday on some sections of the front'the V- -cavalry advanced ten kilometers,, with the infantry advancing behind them " ' as fast as the marshy ground will permit. . Flanders is a sea of mud, although the rain has stopped and the weather has cleared, making observation better. The mud is hampering the Germans .'.i 'nAiTsiiTrn sir y r- & t i ! DAUGHTER OF GEN.i HARTWELL IS DEAD Mr .hili.'t Hllitwell iirefs.it' . vi fi ll ntil rk nl llf Olllf Siill'IMi.ll riTi'ii!l I'tiiiyi'il i Wii.hiiit.ni. ili.M 1 1 1 1 in 1 1 ii I it, I Cln-f w ii'lav af: in New York uf luiiii. I. in I ni 'irrnl l 111' tu II rillilr in i-s:i ji vmtmtav hy Ui, Ii:ii, .i.U ,-, u l:iu nl' Mr. Sori'non. Tin- mr.uii' ,'iIhii nn nml nr .l tlml tlu-ir ilniijtlitcr, Ch.'irlultr Il llf till' HilflM- ,'lilllll'llt llll lil'i'll lull w :i r. nt of ilnir. Mr. mill M rrt. Sori'llsntl left ln-li' si-v ml innnMi t hi" furiinr hji) iuj n en tn V'rnn.o, Imt un.lii'lil at Wnsli ington to -In important Iti'il Cm n.ui, nt Ktfil C'riiKs ln-n'l'iinrti'r. Ili InVr left till" Itrtij Clims irv ii'i tn i'IIIit :i nuiirtc rntHHtir ciirii. trflining I'linip lit .Tai-ksdiiville. I'lnriiln. mul ii nt in'i ni tri'inin tht'ri- t'nr h I'limiiiinsiiiii in Ifn aroiv. t ru. Sort'iiNim Hfli tin fourth ilrin:1! tT f tho late (rural A. S. I(nrti-ll MONEY FOR XRMY OF FIVE MILLION WASH l.N'tiT" ), Oi'tulier 1(V- I A., ciiitnl 1'rPHKi The huiin aiirun i Ihiiih o in in 1 1 1 tmliiv riiortt'i) tin' null tiiry ili-ticii-nrv liill, lii'n r i Tijr $('i,.'U "i,7."i "i, HDO fur thr 1'iilarjji-il mr proiHm t tin' I niti-il Ntati's. It I'rnviilea ii,l ."'.'.OtlL'lOO fur tin army mul 107,17,0011 fur thi- ninv, illi 7(),(I00,000 for family alluu a n, . of lulilifrs anit sailor. Tho now program pruviii'H fur an nrui.v of ri,00()A)00, with I'ijrhty diviHiuns in Kranri' anil I'iu'i'i'i'ii in training ni lioin.. by July I, liilll. Tn prepare anil muintniii tin lnc army, the iiiiioiint now propii. i Muulit in aililition tn nf I'litei-n nml ih'i half liillioiiM proviili'il alrcnilv hi tin annua! army hill anil fortifications lull It will tiring the total appropriation aiitliiirir.utioits for thtk vvar tn if lO.OO'l. 000,01)0. ' ' w. a. a. MILLION HALF FIRE IN SEATTLE HARBOR iK ATTI.K. DitobiT 111- I'll,' hi.r Nnrthi-rii I'ai ilic oil iloi k n liiirm-il I toilay with a loaa of l,r,00,000. Tho ; in it ii I il pa I pier, ailjoinin ,tln iloik, ontaiiiinji loiniiniilitios worth :.imki, ! nun, wa untonchi'ii. EIGHT MORE SHIPS FOR ! UNCLE SAM'S FLEET WASHINGTON, '111 'Killt ifllpN, Dilubor Ut lOfti of -I L', -ll.il din. I ivr.j;lit tuna, wi-ie ileli ri ed tn ln ppini; In-iiril ilui ino the w ..,-k i . i ii-tuliii II. Y i v i' -.I' t In- v . i 1 1 ut' li'i-l nml thii f v on. I. -it. w. a. a. t he JAPANESE CABINET CONSIDERS PEACE I K HI M A. i letol.. i hi '. I l'l i-v u II t ;. ul .1 I. 1 1 1 1; ii as li.-l.l to-la I ., .1 , . .. J ' ' v i' I op ill i1 1 1 1 .h. Thi- liiulit I ,i i f .-r u ii i .1 t a U . n i p I a I .-1 II. nn nil. I r'ni.-ifii l nuti-i I -I,.. I t . tin' pal:.' ' IL, p,n. .I.U in i : l i, i, .. In i .i COLDS CAUSE HEADACHES I.AXATIVK BKOMO yf INI NIC ic niovfs the tUM. I'sril tlieworbl over to t uie a culil in omc ilav Tbv ina tine t-f K W I'.K'lVh im.ii I'ti'il..., MifiuUclure.l bv the l'AKIS All-hi CINli CO . tt Loui.. f , A are falling back as rapidly infantry has lost tcuch with i .ii i jivjw iiiuic Liiaii it is li ic i u i m nidus over wiucn me vjcriuans uiusi iranspori ineir - puns and munitions keep the pace of the retreat '? slow. v ALLIES FIGHT ALL NIGHT . i;i Ihe Allied soldiers are disregarding' tne1 great V i hardships they are undergoing because they know v ' they have the enemy on the run and do not wish 1 to allow him a second s respite within which to, re assemble his tattered units. Inspired by the great '; victory that is certain to clear a great part of Belgium, the Belgian ' land the no less eager British and French maintained their pursuit throughout all last night, which was bright with the moonlight. ) ' , The Belgians arV advancing north astride the Thoufout-Bruget I road and northwesi astride the Thourout-Ostend road, carrying'ev i crything before them and, -with the aid of the French and British, driving the despoilers of Belgium from a large area. In their drive : towards the Dutch frontier the Belgians have gained position such as make the further German retention of the coast impossible. ' DEEPENING LILLE SALIENT The British and French are striking east and southeast and this is deepening the salient in which Lille and the great mining and I manufacturing district surrounding that city are lelt, making arry furtner chance of the Germans hopeless. The capture of Thourout, which had been prematurely report ed, was effected yesterday morning, the Belgians capturing the place in a house to house battle and then advancing rapidly north of the city. In this fighting the Belgians fought doggedly, refusifjg to budge back an inch once a gain was made and fighting ihe Ger mans to the death. ' , At Schoore, within five miles of the coast, the Belgians scored a substantial advance and began a movement that, may mean the wiping up of the German postions in the direction of Ostend. CAVALRY PAST THIELT Near Thick, on the eastern edge of the Allies advance line, the French cavalry has reached higher ground, where more rapid prog- ress is possible, and the French troopers are taking full advantage of this to drive as deeply as possible towards the Lys and the Cour trai C.hcnt railwayv which may be cut behind many of the German. Both Thielt and Courtrai are within rifle range of the British and French, but no effort to storm either place has been made, the advance lapping around these important centers. GREAT RETREAT UNDER WAY British headquarters reports that there are many signs that the Germans are planning to withdraw not only from the Belgian coast region but from the Lille salient. traffic hecran to move arnunri Cnnrtrai anrl HarUVvorlr mH .Um, h railroads tQ the northeast. The information that reached here yesterday morning is that lne Germans are preparing to evacuate both Bruges and Ghent and even Brussels and in preparation for :his have begun-their -usual work of destruction in western Belgium. The evacuation of Lille, Rouljaix and Tourcoing immediately is almost inevitable. Last night reports from the Allied front in Belgium state that the Germans have started their re:reat on a tremendous scale from Northern Belgium and that the withdrawal of the German army upi osed to the Allied center has been so rapid that the Allies have tost touch with the enemy. CROWDING IN ON LILLE Along the Bruish front before Lille, General general gain all along the front from Douai to the Belgian border. The lir.e has been driven to a point within two and a half miles of Lille uti the .outhwest and within three and three-quarter miles on the west, while British patrols operating in advance of ihe line have I enetrated the outskirts of the city. To the northwest and north of Lille, where a Belgian force is i oo-ntjng with the British, the :own ot Hourbecque was captured ami Hulluin 'aken after street fighting. SANTA CLAUS WILL VISIT PRISON CAMPS LIST OF CASUALTIES I ' 't:l ".I"'. .'I 10 OHiiial. v M.ToN. li.tubir 17 I Ako- .v' ' 1 !-' ' nn. i' t,;,t r v i'i y it. , I l'l,.- Tli,. -,iti,-il' list hu- , v f s ' ' 1 i" 1 'rm tin v . . I i n.lii.l.'.l the name ''-. i ' itui pin kaup mi. I i i ,,. I I "nr. .1 llankiii, of IJe '"',, 1 . 1 I . . 1 1 1 ,u i . u lii, 1 1 ii ,1 ul' iiiuuvtf. ' v-''- is undoubtedly the great-. as possible, so rapidly, them and is advancing i . -Lilies, ao liic; sun, Lui'uu . ' . holding that district longer also ' ;.'u- Yesterday great streams of enemy Haig reports a DETROIT CAPTAIN IN "v- i I . .