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m tfctf poneaatd the- bigger runa. Thi? ta now ?aid lo have bren
or h have brought up additional artillery, in
?thMainc aotnr bit nav,?| nun?, which are ? r?-?Ut?-d with being able
to oajtrangr ihr (.erman ?run? by 700 yard?, and which arc being
?JMaJ to d? ..rinans out ?>l their at r on g I \ fortttn-d position?
?
CORPS OF RICH RIDERS
DOES DAR ISC, WORK
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i
tivi
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.
rmati rcgnnerit
m.
eem to have be
pulse them ?rui
?ollr ? .it exhaustion is setl
tl
; 1 ill th<"
.11 Ik
15,000 PRUSSIANS MEET
DEFEAT ON CENTRE
| By Cable to The /ribune.]
- The deieat ot 15,< ian Gu.'.rJ- wl
ij in "La
Gii
? the Germ . eived French cavalry
.uberive, Dcp^:'
? ?
iring for the ?J11
I Death's Head Hut? ling the village, came
Is ai.d fields, with th . ihc French
It a two miles ahead
?
re ??nly three- :??
Minutes thi ?. re unliin
? my then ,;(H) yards
?
'. i ry yard.
Wh'
nd the shouting ot men.
. - hway. Tl
French infantry
out and tl
ird.
aid it, thi to fall back.
ied the va
raiment o?
?nan columns ..
hurled then ? the French
ed every time, and aftei only enc
threw doan
all that were l<
; nol been useless, for it enabled
Berru and Nogcnt
GERMANS DRIVEN
FROM QUARR1E
French Attack Undc
Cover of Mist or Smoke
of Burning Houses.
Lonci' pondent
Daily Telegraph" in France d
??criben the fighting hetwetn the Alh'
and the Gcnaani in tba ouaniis whe
the (.?crnikiis have been intn
"I i ' aturul for
?it hu?
driven ?t Itst. it ig rumored thi
.
quail
^ t tare ??ivi al
?
? '
torta if ht
ill or.
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ARGENTINE CONSULS
MURDER CONFIRMED
rnurd?
KING WELCOMES
INDIAN SOLDIERS
Sends Greeting to White
and Native Troops
Landing in France.
London. Oct. ??.? "The Daily Tele
i .ph," in * dispatch from Marseille?
?ivth the ,,"<t *>f ,nt separate meaaagei
uriti?li Bail
li.dian troop.- on their arrival 11
, Vruv. tb< ?' Itial
.11 India together with youi
.' country '
ted ah:
been mv. Jet] bj th
?
1 vc implicit <.- nrldence in vou
yo ; watchword
I
; mur
ilail
? 't. your w arc wij
my thought.-.
? guard yo
. . ou back victoria
troop
?
ol the Hi ?
?
enemy. I know with what readinei
I
*ered trust o
d<
part? <
ill .ihva;
h. m my thought? and pray- ?
M.d iidl fie h la
? ment.-, at
and chi
m. un. m joui
BRITISH WILL PAY
FOR SEIZED GOODS
Serious I rouble Un n
lore Not Expected Out
of Situation.
MOP ( OPPCR ?-'KOM
RI ACHING KRUPPS
?Protest of I'nitcd states Still
S hj.-il of ( otifi rtiucs with
( m I mill?n
?
.1 1 Ti
i
?
? I!
I
?
i ?
? ?n of
!.. t h ???
n will
?
I
;ul?er.
?
upp*.
I
from the lii id t'y them
floated up the tunal to i home
?l'orr
nnitter of
self-protection on the part of G
B ri tail
from reaching Holhin?!
'I he deparfner.t made public a cable
ador' Pag<
day co- 1rs which
ttie Bi . ? rnment liad juut iti
It.rnicO liim had been added to the
I and" schedule
pper which might be
- h question wheltu i
\mencan products be
1 ;ik< ? ai
The folio?? i list whicl
iled to-da>
glycer i rome, hew
on- :.i on <>re, rubber!
raw or r. .
mt dressed) leather.
In tl ? foodstuffs, etc .
lai'..) ht? imposed an embargo on I
out violation of the law? of Holland.
ed to supply the German .-.
wh.ch an
attacking Antwerp.
The ? the Netherlands M'n
of .-on
pard,
letherlanda in?
stead of returning n fol
tablished him-?if at tl , New
erman
'-. ustria-Ilui
Dr Pumbs.
There are numi
handlii .
contra!. ind A
similar quest-or -?
Civil War, whei ?hippi r
sought to e.'i.de f the
contraband ?o '?
shipping it '
also to gel to the
The Ruprei
?
conditional contraband
nt, an'I thai
signed to Nassau, or to Mexico, '
f thi
on oi other of I
Tins position of the '
ihn time, which ?
pi. me < ourt vely revie ? i
the head of "Continuout
T h er (
that the rf-port- that Croat I
seeking to interfere with the shipment
of food products from the United
m certain German quarters in
York, although purporting to come
from Washington. This l?, hon
merely a suspicion.
retary Bryan, while declining to
this question this evening
out the following almost cryptic
mo. t on the subject:
"It is in British
?
mation with regard *o contraband
meanwhile goods, such a- foodstuffs,
consigned . olland,
?n re-' the Nethei
governini nt ha? p'aoH i.n emba?,
exportation, will not be treated a
traband."
-
At the ofi
?ng aiul R< day it
ration had ;<
of BOO tons of copper on boan'
'f-anifehip Rotterdam, report?
have been lu-ld at Plymouth !?> I
i Britain whi
copper in her hold. An official o
! company said that the metal ha.
i consigned to one ? f the company
i xelling agencies in Ho
i as its destination from thai
j concerned, he ai
.
?
; ii.ita
triil conditional
v-.orsl
ized
war, tl ?t will cease en
be permit)
holding up
itral port? I?
undei ? '
ing and R
tl
It was ?Mated in ?-onr-er circle
the lime o I ho
in Kuropc Germa
quired enou,
itary requirements fo . year.
Se\erhl of th.- largi corai
books 1
maki i
of the British v.nr mai
-?
BRITAIN CORNERS
THE SUGAR SUPPLY
i Royal Commission Makes Use
of Socialistic Idea, and Rise
in Price Slight.
i have
? ' ,""r''
thi '? ?? ? "f rhr
?>.. t'n'trd Kii
nrnl Anl
?
''
?
. v in turn
?!-,P retal?ela at mod
: d( termini
I Hl">m
?ul. ?n.l we
., com
Inereaa* li
? ? ?
BANKS TAKE MOST
OF GERMAN LOAN
Insurance Companies Also
Big Subscribers?Unem?
ployment Appalling.
B< i ' been
vv Inch - he keep
.ill of
?
an.I ba
. ? , manufact urci
about *17,8 Mutual
Life I i ompany, *; -
i.OOO; k: rlaruhc and Baden
Dresden neai
Land lnnur $500,000; the
Hanovi t riet, $17,750,000, ami
question ? itly in
Lo sub?
scribe toward I id r.o
f| V. ?I-.
no. If, I
him. or rents, or
ruing vv?thin .i .
count,
life insur
no doubt thi
? 'hinp
well in ti
i orld.
conque
i o? the newspa
?
Germany to
t be the hunger of
"M ...
who no longer ha earn
. -
tn
PEACE PACT WITH
RUSSIA SIGNED
First Irealy Between Count
Since Abrogation of Com?
mercial Agreement.
Wa hii gton, Ocl 1 Si '-irtary
Bryan, for the Unit il
loi Bakhmi
e two
to an
international commit in?in
.- ?
'?nn? vv hid
tilitiet gun.
?? i ' tl'.e so
called lIlVl
?
: ince ;
PARIS AGAIN GAY;
STI!>E OF VICTORY
Lond fact
?
"are I
\
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1
l ?
a
GREECE NOW READY
TO SATISFY TURKEY
-
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were si
i ?
VYil
I' I
WARM PRAISE FOR
AMERICAN HOSPITAL
Besl <>t lis Type in Paris,
Sir Frederick Tr?ves
Declares.
great Nr:r;n is for
MOTOR A/VIBULAN? ES
( i i Hrinjr, Wo'-nded from f ront
11 l u/o Hoi rs, White rrains
rake ltu <?r More.
e? famou
Hotel at Richmond > i
to re? i ruinai II haa baan
over by tha v\ ?? id will
he um Tin- adjoining
Richmond I'ark will he used as a mili .
Sir I
teturned from Paria, . Brit
.. h Ma ? .il" mi inti,
counl
hid an recei ring the Britian
wounded. I he military general
pitai, taking fron
. t the I rianon Pa
ground floor, thi
room and real
?m, make n . and
rith priva'' All [
hospital are twt
marqu isei,
il t h of
?
in t ni h the Ameri?
can, ?t flie Lyc?e Paateur, at Neuilly.
?
were Briti h. Americana bave n
to <?< this hospital, which
derick calli the bei I of its typ?
in l'ai.'. The staff consists of 15
75 fully trained nuraes and
making u total of 180
The lital is in the A tori?
Hotel, which has been taken over '-y
the Hoard of rhe ?'.<rt Cross. It wUl
accommodate three hundred eaai
lt praduaily equipped. There ;ire
itienti at pr< sent, all ex?
?
re al Claridge's Hotel, the
two Ian
Bouffon, and at
? ?
Sir I'lnlr ? 'hi'
great difficulty in the medical asp?
?
lieiiiK* oro
they will not b<
being dflaved at bid
in this can
;- for ? [
n t h i -
The 1 | utt ing two
hundred mot
? ? would not i Motor
? ? : 'mm the
ttli houi .'. here
?
TURKISH MUTINEERS
NOW 3 OUTCASTS
\ i- ?arm Sentence to
Bother Police Ihoir Fate ?
General i zzlf.
? hree Tui .
"
I
I
i
- .-mile
police.
?
I! ;'
? ipped
?iat it
i- undi ; - nien
or put ir ;
a lihnginii.
mmigraiion authorities re
. without thi
end of t1 Turks""
BIG GERMAN GUNS
MEET THEIR MATCH
Russia Puts Weapon of
Now Pattern Into Play
at Suwalki.
PROVES EQUAL TO
THE KAISER'S BEST
I wo Batteries on the Prussian
Frontier Silenced by It
Within Ten Minutes.
I ?v I - Tnhun*.|
igrad, Oct I. The great Ger?
man guns which nre now making their
difficult way buck over the marahai to
th?> north and south of Suwalki have
i ?r match.
During the tight on tht River Niemen
there appeared for the first time a new
pattern Russian gun of large i
and co ? mobility. Naturally
n.. details nre issued concerning its |
construction and principal features,
but it |? the product of the famous
iff works. Artillery experts who]
performance fire satisfied
iual in power and effect to any- '
tl.mg the <?i rmans have yet shown.
On the Prussian frontier two of
new guns .silenced the German
Ithin ten minutes, and the
German guns wire abandoned in
inner had been
killed.
A large quantity of German
nn?l trim port have been abandoned on
account of the state of the roads, Th.;
invasion hau been, in short, a disaster.
point. Kvm as
a reconnoisanc? it can have pro
nothing o? the smallest value to Ger?
many.
There i? no part of Ruoia which the
('? rmana hold in anv force or in which
they are not attacked and losing
"d.
German raids have i>erv??d. at any
rate, one purpose. They hav; availed
to show the public that the ?.-??
?;on and much vaunted pr<
of the Germano were matched by
those of General Rennenkempf the
man who workn in the dark H>- his had
to h<jld a frontier of great I, from
the Baltic almost to Kalisch, ? i
?
the -aiiH Mme he has had to be ready
real German a.i
? d to he .mrrwnent.
? if Benm nkan ?
: o tion si 1 hi equipment not h me is
made known. He has draw
ship around him like a mantle, but it
li nt that i
but a ? ? rilliantly prepared for
all ev<
? >n at
d< pal t fn
?
c no longer
:' any u: .
?
TRADE MUST BE NURTURED
Advertisers Warned Against
Too Much Optimism.
\ Hen's Leaf
New \i ? ?
at the
dinner
?
1". Ma
w riter
rtei; VV K. Aughin
?
Mr. Marc
i of th> ^
at..i 1 ?
. on.
manu
? ? ?
1. Altmau $c do.
The Autumn Display ( bbons
nig t~
iej
; i are wi*?e sat
'?
as v/e.. as a !a ge
-
i a ve: ?
?
".'?ecora''.
3fi?\) Anfiutf, 'M?) unit HJtii &trwts, Xtm $nrk.
i
? Per MONTH UPON PLEDGE
* OF PERSONAL PKOiWf ?
THE PROVIDENT L?A?M SOCIETY Of- NEW YO
MA Mil r I A>
fourth Av.iiue cur. 2 5 til street
bldna<e street cor Kivin|ton Stra?!
Seventh Ave bet 4 g lb anC 4<>tb Sis.
Lexington Ave cor IJ4tb Street
tUaUft*
Courtlandl Ave .or 148th Street
3M4IUKI \>
Grain m Avenue ror Debevolie St.
P'tkm Avenue cor RockJaviv > ft
Grind street cor Clinton Street \, "IK h.N I HArUibL t ftiN '
East 72d StbetLeiingtoo ? Id Av?. j ?Vj OANS REPAID WITHIN
U<t Houston St cor Enei St ' & WEEKS l HOM l-A r'fc
fc,
Justifiable superlatives
The Equitabh Huililui^ is ?mdlla?ttedly the great?
est, obviouiJy the latest, indisputably Hi* safet*
unquestionably the most efficient and ccoi
cally plmnnca, Mid nrithoul doubt the best all
??round business gtructure in iIm- irorld, basto?
tliis claim "ft its centrality, ?U constnictional
features, ?t.i nervi? facilities, Hi*- elastic char^
ter of ils far-flung interior?, and fli< reasonable?
ric.ss of its rents.
Wore no man can ask more no man can
Cor th ? Equitable is the sum total of o
rary opportunity i'i business buildings.
/.eases now being made frcm May, I 191*. lh' building, f,^,
ever, it due to be completed 2 or J month? ahead o/ that aa c
Equitable Building
Temporary Office, 27 Pine Street
AMERICAN DIVINE
ASSAILS BRITISH
Dr. Hall Says Kiise-'s
Wish Was to Live and Die
"Emperor of Peace."
K*v. Thomas C. Hall, d!
and a men/-. faculty
of the Un unary,
who is now in Europe, i? rerjortod to
?1 an artii
mirer Zeitung," of Gottingen, Ger
manv.
"Every ore in Germany," naya the
? , "knows how untiringly the
r and his counsellors worked year
in and year out to ?tern the tide of un?
scrupulous calumny of the press unter
Lord N'orthcliffe, in Fr.pland, and of"
tha decadent boulevard eri?r in Pari-,
und to preserve amicable relations with
both neighbors. They know that Ger
rrany wanted only r<-st and peace tor
velonment. It wan the gi
"f trie German Emperor I
? as an Kmperor of | ?
"Germany'i affilia ?or vitl I
enees ihown itself in ever}
?
pared:
ulture.
?
ful ships the world ha
forward pro
"It is pure nor ?: that
iny ar.d \ . ?
LI
the war in order, if
i order
?
"The neu- inly a
I
i .;en
mob
?
i ? <1 North's ??
war or the I
"Nobody doubted th
v, hut mor
?
of the German pe
ntrol. Imrr.odistel? .?,
?n every fur m was forbid*??*
my??-lt, hu-. ;,,,?_, ,? *
es? stream without ?**?
an oa'h or s profana word
>d man. P,
umging and shaking
,iml often and e- ?-? 1**
d mood wh.rh filiad the hftr/'
of the unlimited ., 0(*
parties. They offer t
the cauae of the Fatherland. Tliey??
word of h'
fight for the rig
to to
not for him, but with him, just ?Ts,
i*. at the front with his lii ions, ?*
ing the soldiers, where the daunt,
the greate ? ?" '
AUSTRIA PR0M?SES
ITALY TO END MINK
Rome, Oct. 1.- The Aattriu /na*
ment has replied to the Italian pro*
the floating mir.
l d?plor?t ?.
.:'. i pr?Bir
to take mea
pping and I
familia
i of Jj 1,000,0?)'
?
CROWN PRINCESS
GOES TO FROM
l'\< hungt I?;,
? it Cte:.
i
?
Money for Mans?eld's So;
.f the lat?
?rid t504 ?
--.ppor..
?
PATH esc?p
VOTING COUPON
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Ma
PATHESCOPE EDITOR, NEW YORK TRIBldNfc.
The Pathescope Editor's Daily
Letter to the Boys and Girls
To-day He Tells How to Fil! Out
Youi Coupons
Some enthu; ?
ought to till out their cou;
I thought thai
I will tell '
in. ..
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