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?JIN BELGIUM
DESCRIBED BY M. P.
?0 Every House In Ter
mom).- Destroyed by
parale Bomb.
Uy OUTER WALLS
ARE !il ' s| \NI>1N(i
j ? Inflict | or.-?
,000.000 on H
fence
j50.000.000 on Herself
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been
alone
Jldrw- floe
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HO RECEIVER FOR
KRUPFS ASSETS
Court Denies Ap
p,ic**i ? Cri diloi o1
f| (making l irrn,
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. CItHa'j
MARSHALS BATON AGAIN
IN FRENCH KNAPSACKS
Parla, Oct. 1.? 1 In govrrnment
ha* Mrinsllv rr eMahllihrd Ihe Hi*
nilv of Mme-ha! o( I ranee. Ihe high?
er militai) litte, the r?surrection
of ?nhi.b has loi'K been u ourM Ion.
\ dt-.r.e living the ?.alar?, .?f ?
atarahal -it .*?;.nno. <<> b? paid to
?hortei nurilN illr Mipreti.e (rade,
lin?, been ?lunerl at Konteam
and that this Kr-j|i|.
?? "nt tune b<
might
?tmei
?' ar and then r
fern-.i to the Krupp eompanv
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Krupp company." remarked the
Id then be Rone,"
Phe court dented
leave to *i
ALLIES REPULSED,
GERMANY ASSERTS
Thirtx eighth Casualty
list Made Public Con
tains 8,000 Names.
north . . o: Albert .
Frani- ,>
repulsed
iront battie line :-> without news.
\i-?onne our ?t'aek i
mg steadily, though .-?lovrly. At thi
outer fort- on the Meuse I t lint 11
without cha .
?
"he centra! '
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' ? i man
f 1P1*.
?
? ee by the pa]
it the
GERMANS BLOW UP
2 JAPANESE SHIPS
Mine Sweeper Sunk, Sup
ply Ship Damaged?4
Sailors Killed.
?
nounce ' ' .?' the Jap
asato Mhtu hp,??
VON AUFFENBURG
SAID TO BE ILL
V strian < otninandtr in the
^nrth Reported Suffering
from Cholera.
t H i
\-i: tria-Hungary th?>?
:ir(;, commanding the !
,. n arm). i
he gen-i
, ral ? cholera,
who wa? ;
'?
, 1911, uni
of the |
I broke \
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? ritory |
rth, and
? d ? 01 I
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ere he
I, in.) thi
. and |
rd o'
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SHIP SUNK WITH
$500,000 CARGO
ser Leipzig Raiding British
t ommerce mi West Coast of
South Amerita.
o-day
Eten,
- havi an
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v
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ANILINE EMBARGO
LIFTED BY BRITAIN
i
-, . rat! . In ' nen?'t;i
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.tru-?ii I
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TELLS OF DARING
AERO RIDE IN WAR
In Flight with Dispatches
'Plane Was Torn by
Hall of Bullets
FORCED TO DESCEND
TO REPAIR WINGS
At Desperate Moment a igure
Appears, but Proves In \w
?nl> a French Peasant.
H) i ..
'I*1-1 . Join
night
i rom h
!
Your ?
?OU 1!
youi
-
ohing
luted our t
of the levers. W
north, ?
which eaugl
t !r? Throsgh tlu'' ol Shot
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ri>:h'.'"
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where
I ImuKht flint an (nenn .
ending with an *b
hHV
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equal!;.
place i arou
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glade cam? toward w ai ?> mad
and f ? etned to gro
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Sudi ?
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SUPPLY OF FOOD
LOW IN BRUSSELS
Wilita. \ Vlovements Disarrange
rransportation, Hugh
s. Gibson S i
? b on
.
? om?n? loa
tt4 d arrangi i bring
-
? rail
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re ior
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Brand W liitl >cl
Bi Ipiui
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SKIP ON WAY TO
ANTWERP BLOWN UP
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lauded hvit .o-?jj. j
CORRESPONDENT
GETS UNDER FIRE
British Newspapei Man
Oo<?s to Find Friend?
Sees Wig Battle.
ENEMY'S BIG GUNS
HUNT OUT WATCHER
i Ighting Along Aisne Described
Wounded Pass Fresh Troops
Marching to Relief.
Undon, Oet 2 "The I
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Ml, 1111)1
nd and
? ? chance
. "iily
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Inder a
itens
comb - ?.H >
? I out and
ome verj
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'ne (jo
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I.'eliei Troops Pass ?\iane
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fion.
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agr<
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til We
-pur.
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re on
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Dther, I methodic)
? ntioi- '
?A. ell cov
i avi?
? ! forward
Hear. Moan ??i ?Veroa
"Wl
ligt
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?sure
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froid
ard and
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, n eontu
BOY BRITONS WANT
GERMAN SOLDIERS
Youngsters Demand Tins to Pit
Against I nglishmen in
Play Warfare.
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. well
r. to? m'.rcham, patriotum m?i-1
itate? ftjraitmt the naif of ?}] German
nmdr ?oi? axeept tierrrmn toy aoldiare,
- nnd so Kr*at ll
. 'hut li\ I I; n itrn II wit
; need to ?id British I
, Zar ture more of the??' t<>r (irrmana. fir
no mere are bnriK Ini
?an ' (plained the demand
'',-1 I, | man I >1 lierr I'V the fael ? it
? I I ,,r,' IQ ?
thrhi againal Britiah '??, tna
lattei ..i , of c i ?? afwa; - a Inning.
Hi- 11
"No lad with
narn?- ?ny of h il I'm' i',-t
mana, m..I
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( Britiah ?
ia much greater, foi n 'it*'
i
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ol ' H bava all Germai n
DEAD MEN STAND
ERECT IN TRENCHES
Corpse? Now Strew Hills
and Plu ins and Peace?
ful Valleys.
i
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JL - und
men
; men
i
tho earthi
If, f had rot b
fat it
m irr mor?
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At h
tance
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? eon
in Paria,
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he [?'?:
front An . ' both
purtii
INVADERS* TRAPPED
BY ANTWERP FORTS
.gr I
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the la
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the ca
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SURE PAGE AND
GREY WILL AGREE
No (Quarrel Believed Probable
Over Conditional ( ontra
.?it Questi
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i to both." _
CRIES SAVE ?aims
M0MEDASSP?5
Miss Dufau Says (iermans
Ordered Her Family,
i.i -\ Shot.
VRRIV1 ON SAVOIA:
HIP BUMPS PIER
! 11 iitn'i Ass rta ( .iruso Too
Fat to Piiiht -Former Mr'..
Cleveland un float.
.mpaliH. of (.?>
??
t'no Tommi. u, of the Lloyd Ss
bftud'- 17, cam i
day from Naples und Geno?. Hoth
id come th
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in J
r, damaging the
? ir and
!
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? young
:
! Will.
and 1 orra
to fire
???ok
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it. The
1 ? - ? ei prac
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ir two
lid not api
Mile. Tr<--itini
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in hoi
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.ro, hi*
a pun.
ok for the
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' I rs. Thomni
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iccom
Ethel
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KED CROSS NEEDS
EXCEED ITS F?NPS
Expense of Relief Work
Calls for More I ?her I
Contributions
stioia! Amei
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? rnent,
. Ihcraao Thi'.c?ur. 1100; Mr. and
Today & tomorrow
Special Sale of
Men's Fall Shirts
at $1.30 ?*
This i<s a foretaste of the season ahead, for these fabric!
are designed in the initial patterns shown for next Spring.
IhM fact, plun the quality of the shirts and the prie? we
a-?k for them, is the important feature of this sale? It is
ndid chance for a man to .ret a handsome nomole
ment of shirts, at a price which isn't a marker to the value.
Made of Madras and mercerized and foreign cloths, in a
most liberal range of new find uncommon patterns?the
smartest color stripe? yet shown at $1 ?0 ind I host of
popular black and white eft'
All size??and specially strong on large ?iz4?.
! Men's $3 and $4 Derbies
& Soft Hats?today $1.95
Broken lines?but perfect hats!
Naturally, after six weeks' selling of derbies and
?oft hats for Fall, the front ranks are somewhat
broken, and we have a number of f'.i ni?nt.iry
Mortmenta which we have marked at this uniform
figure for quick
Main floor.
. ilso, today and totnort
Men's $5 Shoes at $3.85
Lace and button shoes, of Russia calf, gun metal call, und
patent coltskin. in a number of smart new models.
BroaHway at 34th Street
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H. P.
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A ba
? hume,
O? Mr
rard
.
Hub.
Among
Bor
>ld; Mrs. Il
I Mr.-. lie
A D
SIEGE GUNS SINK
TSING-TA? WARSHIP
Germans Resolve to Blow
l p City if Japanese
Beat Them.
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A.H.S/1VAGELAND0R
MISSING IN ANTWERP
A
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^ ou can't
get something
for nothing
? 1 he man who tries to
get more for his money
than he is entitled to,
usually ends up by
getting less than his
money's worth.
i When vou buy an al
t ?i $20
with tue idea ol >aving
>l 0 \ ?;ti are mort.' often
than not p. &5 tor
your ex? ?
i \\ v have no $30
clothes for S20. and
neither ha.s anybody e-l.^e,
don't you ever t<>r<_'<-t that.
i What we ?have are
clothes that ?u?' actually
i the prit ? we ask
i.,r ?lient 1?- i $20
$41 j <?r $50?and worth
tar more in comparison
v ,ih most clothes if vou
plat < anj value on style.
Suits $17.50 to $50
Fall Overcoats
$15.00 to $38.00
Bro;.d?v.4v at Mth Street
mtured bo
?tione
1.000 RAILROAD MEN
W?ANTED IN FRANCE
".k
i
ffl?U8f?$m*titu
K.J 564566 ?ho aCii j?.fth iWtllif.^** ?o - aso 47Tr STS.
Thi Vogue ni Outer'Apparel
For Small 11 otnt // and Mis\> \
Styles which r.ot only conform to th< ,i< < ?*pi*-d
Pant Fashion, lnif po - youthhilness clb
tinctK charming <irvl suitable foi tin- small figure,
I. lea
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if. Tailored
I ? n and lace at $
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?t?dtdly Chic H

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