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GERMANY TO FIGHT
MR OUT TO FINISH
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Chancellor Says
People Canno, Be
Starved.
t?MPLCH Ml M
QUESTION SOI A i I)
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'"' <Ti,,. Influenza,
1 ?-?*tl . Sore Throat
COLDS
^, j mothei .ilwdvs
?t?k j,n,^'"'Vs "?'(?llin'' Caaae
W w l0 'u:",>i,,', '?" ont ills.
C ! ' K?ve " ' "v ol ?y
!ft . ,1*?1 ;l"' ????I??? ? II
J*Vl bought 7 7' for a Cold,
? writ?ea a Boatonian.
v'? break up ,, Cold take
nI?nU """ " *e first
i >??'? WMI till yout !>onc*
5'" * "He, nil the l old
? 9 i*?Kr longer,
**?n,i?ts or mailed.
i '-?'?t ?u i?-:t population c, i? itaxvod
duatries.
????> produces almot he erhole
??? lei . os lumption .?f h?.. ., t\ttt^ .nul
......,, - foddiM
?i ? ..... .i a?ntar
! ??' innol -i ?? .i . ? ?!,,v,,
? l, potnti
. . i ibail t-.' iti.-ii
onvcrting p..? ito? ?, ,
??' iking t ?.'?.I 01
for Ut? i? o
< ni i-t bread
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sibundan! I?
? ? .?',.. ? i untl
PI ?? Ittgl i
pli tha? n?M M-.ir the .i-i.l
V..UI.I be plant*?! ?\ .t'- i ropi --; ? ?,,,.?,
? ion? >
1,1 ? - - Inaioi lli-i t Defbrni ? h toitl
eneml Itnation ?us due
Germany'i cent rali lod oi
"'i'. ai m I'M ii- politi
^ hen ' ? : i v\:i .,,?? .-..Khi s i?.
tepu m nnj bn nch ??? induatrv,
needed ?.
? - ?"-,! m ,
the matter, knowiui
? decision would hr binding
? ntire n<it??ti\
' ' on." 1 aid, "we - ?u. h m'
.ni placidly. I have
. i ?
dge m' the <?? enotnio
and moral powers of mj country. I
which ha- i?.:
i?-, lo i iacce*?tfu1 ? ?>?
GERMANS LURED ON
BY BURNING STRAW
Thinking Fort Has Been
Fired, They Make
Fatal Attack.
Am? ' ? ?.i ? . Uei -
day nighl on I oi
. i rison bui ued n heap
i.. ? ' tans believe
I enemy then
: ej arrived
.. ..- ? ne Belfjrian
6 ?im.'.rid-. The ?it"!
taking plac?
ov< i- i. i .?? ? ..: metres t'i on;
ATii.-tr.il? t<?
"... i' . ?. u i . TI ou -..'ni- of pi
? ?- llM\ - .
Phe ? - ? .-?? i ?it the
rail
. ?.( ? . .:.;,. Bvi
' - . hen.
? s, i?nil
i chil?
dren. When t i ?
Vo I K ..? . .'
'luv V . ,
ill!.I I.' ...
?
?
. ' -. ?
... - .. i h< Bel
railway be
..-i i Wi ? '. y ->.. th?"
? Vt r
I ..il hill : I .i Bl :
? work of tlf
Buri .'in. tel
h Wes1 Fli n
.- 11' ?HI' I un
. i \. Lille - i--? o? the
? ? u it- normal t ap
??IIP.?'-, i- till I"
Germans, nnd traffic
, s road fro'i Orchi ? t.. si
imp ?
The i.rrii' ipfi
,.. ? t'outrai
1 h-it-.i ij ? ? ? ; m ?uildj . /? ?
? ;.i St. Aga
. near Bi i isele, nnd more
enlan in Ettei
? . eck -..-.i..' ? ? . " lold ?Seppe
, iee ii?-i man ?pies, two
Belt uniforms, were
?
. ?..
Pri parator) t.? ; he final su>tn> ol I I
? ? ich mi i.t- of German
.!?:'?' pan
... !? -. ? ..ii
? . s.\ eral villa?;? I -'
; ml '
?
hem at il
?le oi
. ba
: n mo itf
i they 'm .
., , .i |; be cli'itz? 'I '"
? into Dutch territory,
n tur. to reci ivo them.
?
i?. ..- once sen! to the
,,.? ujree . the Pro?, ince
nd, where the Duteh
.?tun,.-in . ;. thus fai taken cai
?about I ? gi ?
The activit ' ermai ; in Bi us
?eli since ' and their
.,? -I., oi .?s leading lo
? , Be . it <. a ' of the Sorth Sea
?en marked.
?rotara
... ?-i the regions to
the town, ?mi the
? i ....... i L . ounti ;. has been
i ?
, , ; . ?I. '
i iv. ,!,-? ?.. ? ?-ii? ?> ed acl vi'j on the
?
an ivul hen
at country,
. . ... ;. ,
t. i i . er thii port - beii g si
ill:.-. . r'' i tioi
l,. en made to close thi mouth ol I
.. moment's notice.
Likewisi 'in principal bridgei which
. ? the Z ?eland I - a nd - ith the
ave been mined. Strong de?
tachment ol ? ?-nop keep constant
?^.iiit d o?. ? r ? hose struct un
BELGIAN PLOT SEEN
TO KILL PRISONERS
??it. ; The I olio* inj
i .
received here by s in
"A lottoi found "n ? Belgian i
who v.hi. captured bj the Germana con
following; 'When wt ie
.? will ink?- with us a
fl. tork of match tir? to
i , ;,inl ? v. i ;. oi hei place through
ire pa - Henceforth wc will
mi rs; < very
led/"
NORTH SEA MINES
SINK MORE SHIPS
British and Norwegian Steam
its Blown Up with Heavy
Loss of Life.
Lond , Oc1 \ i ? ?? i
, ? . I 11 ? i h
? i Dawdon B24 torn . from Hull
twerp, cpoi ted to ha> ? '?< en
line in the North
.
taken o 0 I.I ?
\ South Shieldi ? pa ? he
,! S'ews fiivs thiit the x-.
, , Tromoc was \?-e.'k??ii this
morning by ? mine in ihe North .--i-4
I,..,, men were drown?sd IK- i. l ol
lumberinf sixteen, look to
. night *:
Shields i
AGREE ON RETREAT
OF GERMAN R1GH
Reports fro? Paris ai
Berlin Contradict in
Every Other Point
BOTH CLAIM VICTORY
IN ROYE DISTftK
l reach Say I oo Has Been Dm
tcrosi Maate lavadero
Deny It.
1 ?.' i ? la? |. m A .(i.
un? ?i ' livelineea in the publicity ?
pari menu? uf ti?- German and Aoatrl
arn headquarters >h> fnrniahad
aecoum of the multa ol am rent lu
II?? differing ao radimllj 'nun ihr
from (he camp* of then opponent*
render >!,<? widely divergent ital
nsent '(reconciliable.
li regard ta ti.?- ?mule of the Aia
'""' '*? "nlv i. -.?ritfl.- point mi whi
i;1" ' "i" I- and German repart agn
that General ron Kluck still
i" ? | northward, thooirh ?t a saai
i??? ??. and thai h?? in s,. powerful Hi
General Joffr? has b?en <>iS)i?r>-d
>dmit thai i? German commandai li
orced n French detachment debouc
? n Km? to fall imck
Furthor ?.?util, m the neighborho
of Roye, according ?o the German ?-'n
F eneh have been dislodged fr<
' eil pamitioi - bal (ha Preach coi
i i* darclarua that nil the Germ
ih ? here ?rere shattered.
The ? ???! man? aasen 'hi'v hare foug
? lelr n ay louthward and have ma
?uhslantial advance* in the Argon
? t. and the French eoant?
bj claiming to have muda- progre
The Frena h -:<y that, on t
far eastern and ?r ihr line around tl
Rivei Ueuse, they have driven the la
German? bach acroa* the river; tl
nvadert inaiat 'hey have defeated i
;>? i,-k.-i ??i the French in that quarter.
Eacl tide tiiu.- receive? the new?
want* to hear, Foi the neutral obsei
??: the only certainty ;- that * h?-sc i
i tan) <?inflicts ..lor.),- the minea
? ji'H'..!i only .i aeriei of ?ma
cumulative results arhich gradual
tend in a >riv^n direction to an ?hi
irhich '.v'll he determined wh?
*i,?' present procea? ot atti '/ion kit
Di?- -is- a i- ? i ?an - .<?' i ? |i. it
del i iHued I?;. Field ?ai?h
Pol or? i ?In? il? nil I ??. the ><?
? iv ill ?atol toi bul M
.ually emphatic in gi ? in
? i i i .,. ? i ? \-.-i r.-iii rlnim*.
v . iirding ??? Field Marshal Pi?
le .? ing ni? the Sei via
? the ?.ro-. inci of Boania | i
apace, ? ?? : he tu?trian ?
... m ?.?dir ;? at
? ily.
I' ? Servian;? 11 ? hei i >;?.: lent.;; ?
owe? ? : maintain 'I.-'' the
i. . ? ? ? Bo i.ii.n rap la
? ?? ?
i ? icv .ii my ol Emp< '." Vicho)?
i , 'i'?' i: ??;. I und, in-?ording '<? tl:
.?:.?'. i na- Musca
ou -.'?i tl ? a ?ei
S/czuc/.yn and i!?*
!;-i- dan Polai .i TI i? o
i eivftl.i; ;-\\ kv : ? ? Germai ir
..... . ?
?rof'i t..-- Scw ilki distril I
GERMANS FIGHT TO
PIERCE ALLIES' LEFT
a ....I .mi,'.I li..n. im?. I
''?.i- August, while England showi
? decrease of "I per cent, Thii
fributed to tl ? ;" I thai while thi
German merchant! ;.r<- willing t.? lak
:,. unusual risk of capture, othe
countries, especiall] America, i <?
?/hielt the majoi part of ihr Germai
mporti comea, are unwilling t?? do ?<
England1 ii ipoi I - ?howed a da?
<M ,000,000 in auguat and Germany'
.- ...;l 191,000,000. but while England'
imports are regaining strength tnrouj
her supremacy of the teas, <;cr'
are losing
? I (. tS.
Bei i . ? i ? a I.?i
respondent o1 the "Lokalanzeiger,' ,? li<
? e militai j ? p i
i-..- Krsfa ne Pore ' and lorth <>
"ii hi? ?.im" ? ?
bombardment of Verdu still contin
ty at the Vei dun : .'ii
i?.ml slip.on has been noter!, hh?1 tin>r?
m ?? ihre, captive balloon o> ??! t h
1 ii?' wounded are eoming in from tl.?
?; ? ic t of -r-ir111, t he cor
responden! continues, The English ar?
tillery ii 'i.'itic ver;, efficieni work in
:!?,? Argonne Forest nml causing mud
trouble, l>ut th<- German position i- "a?
,,r m,ii." Up to the present time all
the effort! oi the1 enemj have been
utile. Ulule th?' development! are
?low, the correapondent avers, it i
th?>u|rlit that the iinal decision i not
?m off. The population of the district
it starving.
London, <?. I 3. \ Reutei dispatel
Amsterdam says thai German
r ?" v.'spupi'i ? announce rh?- departure for
?.i- front of the Grand Duke of Baden.
1 in? dispatch also Bays i1 is <,n'.
tially announced from Berlin that Ma
General eon Voighta-Rhetz hi
? r-ci, appoint??d quartormaatei general,
a place of General eon Stein who i?
-, commanding an army corps,
?.?
Two German Officers Swim
River and Blow Up Railroad
Berlin, < ?? t 3 M is The Magu? to Lon
don . A daring .l<-?'.i of I ? o Gem an
ofl ce? attaa hed to tl'" 24th Pioaeei
ra lulted in the destruction <>f ?
railroad line apon whiel tl e
yere transporting ammunition und re
infora i i ? greetl i.led bs 'h?'ni
to ,,. ?si the Germans Detail* of thi??
occurrence hive just been made public
here.
Th.- two ofnceri p?n?tr?t? ?I the
French lines by swimming acroi
Meuse and making their wiiv through
, .. , . i canals. Thej passed
?h?- French outpoata and bivauaeks and
linally reaehaa the railroad embank?
nent, ?.?hieb they blew-up with dyna?
mite. Aiter this they CUt ??ii uinler
groui d * 1? i-.liUMi win and thi n re
turned n thi r own lines.
Th?' following details :??-?
-
.... tl ?? ?.nirit enter] < ? :
night of I was
ng .. hurricane. Pan ?>! the
liliar i?. us, particularly
the neai Ide of the Meuaa .?nd
cation of seme ??i the French outposts,
t| . knowi. ..? the other
? d, ..? the river, except th.- location
Iro?d 'i1?! had been marked
for destrurtion. The :irs; part i
journey ?ras comparativelj eas; Go ?ur
-.i ? : quietly, we soon .nmr to 'he
< ;.i .'? on the !? ft lunik .,? the Mease,
loaelj guarded
'l'i:ii!l;. we arrived at .. bridge, Her.'
we killed the French guard, making no
-,.,,.,, about >'. Aita-r thir we descend
,i ?> '.. t bog ilong tl e rivei. :<ii.t
.... even I
- y trimming t lur : eth chat
ith the ?-ol.i. -.v.- inn!!;. ?.
the bantu o the Mease, whio >
.ibont ?':f?<. -? ?. ?' fards ride, We laid
, ,i, oui ..im- and i tried to vvim
'.ir>t, but the current WS
trong. We then ?li\ei?e?l ouraelvei ol
oui -hoe.- and oil oth?T weight* that
inngh? r#??rd us In swimming, keeping]
With n? virtonll) nothing more than
tne etploah h ?? -. .ihape w.> man
??ed te swim ?he rlv#r, On '.hp other
?Jde anothai liilcnlt) n-.-siteil na.
Then ?VH? i steam p ai this point
;? ould Und nn pines ?.? land, Wa
float.-.! downatre mtll Ina?l
?Acre fortunate nongl ? ? et a f
then we climb? d
"w? " ooghi 11....
?oove ..in ... rcising the gr.-iv
ejl i tuition It .... ,| ,. ;,?,,|,.w: I, n,|
O' >???" i ? I.. ? , .,,.,1 t,,.. :,?,
-'''"' 'ed ?'?n des! u. ioi A ?? '?id oui
'.Hill'. Mini ,r? .??I.I llllntod 'he Utile
inn.-... which w? Mil.I carried up ?.? tin
tied ti ?.m hail \\.- ver? waiimr
'"' "'.plo "?n '??n i, ihe iiieiiii ?nue
"," '?????'' still m donnai ?.f .1. ??
by French troops noi fa ivrn]
"tin- fuae worked and thi ezpleoion
.lllll.- ..II HI.,... At ,??... ., Kl"ll,h . ?IV
?i!r\ patrol doabod up ind began iirin?r
.m.i ihn -?M. ni> ? hi re -.. were hiding.
rial ??? ?um. H-.i ., good .,1'v i,v,.
eluded pursuit and go) swaj Lntoi wi
i ame :?? a village, and it 'tie point ol
" " .Ivei * ? i eaui il ioued ? hon?*
i ??'? w. got. Then '.. -... ? ....>?t rid?
'm. i '< . u ?
two office i have received
.?ration of the t on ? roas for theli
??xplnit. ??noii ? ' . ni.-tiaiit and a cor
? ?ral a?ho st irt? .1 un this '? ip .--. identlj
losl ?Itfit lives b) ilttu? ning.
GEN. HWANG HING
SEES WOE AHEAD
"Father of China" Arrives
for Feast One Day Late?
Predicts New Revolt.
.s<> novel ?i personage s> :. i b?nese
ge leral nithoui a ? hi?ese armj cannot
I remain losl foi lona ?? en in a country
? ?? oi this one One da; late,
General Hwang Hing, revolutionist, re?
formar, fathei .?i his country. the man
chinfly i-.'-i. n . :,,, -, ning china
into ?i republii General Hwang Hing,
let n be repeated, struck V.M. Fork
yesterday, .:?,.! ?ras paraded and feted
urn! lauded and dinnered b> ("Int.
until the :_' o'clock !ti". hi oke up Ihe
ties.
x- oi . mi i i. :. i..; . * ..,. iratcbi d
lb? para t ? i . , hi had noi
-.Hen- v.n iucI is ,. Chine s
arm) , far le? .... ral of it. Xoi i?
?here. Th? itrong, was
' . ? ... ii, .'I .hshiinil
Hwai i; Min n.- wax the gem ral of
his m ? ? ? l general of
hi?* ai | i*.
I hi general .. ; ,, ,, v
I' -? : ?;? ; . here he is
and one? l-.i rai proud ?
?tinn ' g to
? egri i ?. : . ., n ., ? i gnl. and I rom
presi ? ?? olution
? - ii-i-i nu-' ' \ boni t.." ":
' m- li nding ? ? Chinatown, men
. leral make
lire pi edict ?-. un
dercd him ?I llu i : rdo Re tauiant,
.' Doyei
"(?m I'n . ? i .. .i. a?
l*t dent." laid t ie g. nei s . i mpi1
? abb Chim . h - i.-. il ?..
? lie mctho ? I . Isbanded
mj army ?>??' au ?e I felt I ha? il l'onl?
dini - thi ni.ti...
Pre? i--. nnit-di? ? -. itsrted thi oi
K.ion ?f .ii -?i in -?" n ?>?
Ihe nor! I
?'Nom. he the n
u. . i ? ... i i ina. < "it
d ? ions s : ? ?le, and anothei
i <-. o'nr ion is con - ??: one . 11 atoi ? ha*
he in-? Pe? .-i . t am .i n| ??? ? ?
etfoii ? ? ? I"1' I do noi see how
the n ? o..u ?? ; . n i.t- avoided."
; . , ? ? ? ,....??? ed ai ioual?, as
t ,,. .. . . ..-i -.:.
? idien? '? was
i sym|
Genera il tvai ?. HinK i? travelling as
? . I-, , ? has a I if?
. i. ,.,- ... ... i. I. . rene ral and s
- cretai y vith him 'l ta?? gen
- -.-. retar?
. ";
l i,,. h:---, i ? en i1 over the united
.-'tut.. . n.I spei ' t.- rema -i
l'ork foi evei
Tu- gener.ii's announce? mission in
: i eountr? me honored ?? ??
studying oui "institutions," with I
tin' ?un';.Me purpi ' '? transplanting
hem n He will be
? -tutlt .i ballot boxes, crowded
ubv.'. -r'n-ni! i hildn r. ?"i hall ' me,
???..i.'- i-il. on the ?!. " ign and
? . . ?can produci
I; . ,,,. itally. I .' Hwaiifi
?i r H i g llwan?. II |
leli i ?? Chinese
.i i put 1 ??' nata
mpM ? th - ' .ries.
bo .. ?'
? -.
.
KAISER HAS A
NARROW ESCAPE
I ...lllll.I?-.I [.-...il |MB. ?
i. ,!???. elop ?.. ith ? ? i- me ? roi >ty or
? ?ctobi r -'. I'i?? ? nen .. relaxed
positions ;.. the north of Lake Vigri,
carrj ng out n th?
un ol Ratchki and Borgimene, In an
efToi t to ? lead?
ing out ' : ' \ Igll -?'. VO '"l i
"On the road to I.ml. and Schihli
-i iiki the i rsl 'liv? ?ion ol the >?? i
cava I o ?! to t hi ck n>- offen
,?ve tai '. i ? of thi .. ????n cavalry.
. menl took plan ??; .lusk.
Din th squadrons of the enemy wen
? and c? tupirte!) th inei ii d,
;, ? ...... The) cai t ' ;
?long i" !"''' ' " ?? ''?'' '??'nntrj
? ?<? ii,
" r . r . ?? "-i ipii
Raj ,;l,,,;. i-.. liai ianpo
i i;.i- :.. , Poland
"ln?itrtn,i?'i i?' ,;- 'if1 mi
taken plac? in the ie ghborbood ??
,., , . oi the righi hi nk o Ihe \ ii
tola.
"In Carpi
... ilil in Aus
tt um ? h losl its .-i.ii
? mitraille) ??
p. .ii.' rbe st? uenl is ued
-,,-,|.,:. ,, thi wa Office i
"In the Il'.i- ???? field ? ? 'ions a ,
.tim..- Gei man armj of foni corps :
ios ? " ' b twet i. the froa
1er ? ??<"<; the R ver
! thrown
-?v.hII.1 A
the centre thi eit? ?? v.),-u<;tovo ha.^
bee i '? ? ?" ,h,>
? ng ? ?? troggli con?
.,,., ind 0 oy : betweon 1^ --W
"In Gal . -' gw "1 "'' !h'
. is retrea di ?r 1er
as the V it
FEAR OF LEIPZIG
PREVENTS SAILINGS
i ... Shippin .
.-lotira has
Oi '.he
'
Bi ?
Bril ?
Balbo - hdrntrr
then
-,,. practicall: i? cenat. Only
Chilian ..?ni -'? ruvian bonta ai?
clvinir "? tne p???ts on I aoat i
According to reports reaching h?r?? I
tee Leifi ? ' *' ''n? ,,,%,n"' P*naL
DUCHESS THANKS
AMERICA FOR AID
Her Grace of Marlborough
Seeks Assistance for
Unemployed.
IDLE WOMEN TWICE
AS MANY AS YKAR AGO
Factories I orced to Close Doors
Because Unable In del
Raw Material.
.. ?? ? ... i. ..,, ?
Loi I?m. ? ic:. .;. in ,.n ntei ? ?en le
???y 'ne Duchess ,.r Marlborough em
? " th< gratitude ol 'h?' l-'n?rlit?t?
?m '.!i<. assistance being rendered ?n 10
man) ?rays by Americans, and ?he be
? ??? that 'h'- sympathy a'id lielp irill
be nil the un.?" readily t'iven toward
funda with which .. i teet an ?aune eco
uomie situation which has arisen here
owing to ?in- unemployment of la?-irr
numbel <>' Bremen, The ducheas said:
"There ;>r?- is ice ;.? many aromen out
if this yeai as a? ;? cerreaponding
'.. la ' year, as some of 'lie factories
, iisv-. closed" their doors, not being *!>"
'o . 11 iii, th?- ran material aecvt ary
? their manufacture, There are ?l?o
.? \erv great aumbei of profeaaional
? ??;! ? .1 who have laut employment. We
have hu economic relier bureau, but
our I ind will have to be enlarged '<?
?.'?, the work ??? hope to accomplish.'
Speaking in warm praise of the work
whir h h???! he,-ii done lure by American
women, the duchess quoted Eagli ;>
women who had ?????n il..- American
hosp tal. The duche . ?aid :
"The) Mid t '.mis ?hove reproach
mid organized with Arrerican thorough
liess."
The dua he? - hersell hai . nsl i <?
turned :'r?nn a trip to ih.- hoapital.
when- she in?.! gon?,together arith Lad)
Randolph Churchill nn.i Mi>. Harcouii
early in the week to arrange for a?
?..mu ... m...ns for the American Red
1 ? ? hicfa will be ?m ?liitv
then She announce?! ;hai the second
Rod Cross unil had be*n .?s ign?Kl i>v
thi admirai ta t?. Iloehlei Hoapital,
s'hieh, he ?- d, ?a. the biggest naval
hospital at Portsmouth Speaking of
her visit to tin- America hospital, th<
duches?
"La ' S'.i da) tal ? ceiv .-.i
l .?i ' oun led. ?? ? eral ol I hem ?< i ou?
' thej are getting along splendid
; many havi convi .'?? iced to uch
. tint ?iini 'I ??> ?ii?' walking
i-.,. ...
led n the thiu'-i and sjn:;.
?loi sur he. I.ut we will do all th
Po-.*. ? -..re them t.. health.
... *l,^ loldiei ? lie had i woun i
.h hi? nullt ahouldei. It wa? infla? ta
;._v h p| ? ipnel. In fa ' mosl o '
w.-r? i?*'ii?'.. by shrapne
ri loldiers ?a) that the German rifle
Ira , ;, ,.,i I h.- ildia th the
wounded ihouldei m .i thai i piece of
shrapnel remained ii n hi?
?houldi ' three da; K\ >thi ?oldia ?
?\..- m ?. trench foi
wounded, and declared it
le to la
?m;-,- of the terrific artillei
? be ? ; -i mans."
The Duchess of starlborough empha?
.1 the satiafaction felt regarding
the unit of American doctors and
who hu?l been sent over here
and assigned to the hoapital at Paign?
ton, and said ivnt they would soon be
.m duty. Referring to the temporary
abandonment ol the .> an of American
women to provide ;u ambulanci
i nd ???? " . ?. ' ?? ' i
motor ambulances, ?he mid there wa?
,,ii imperative ne--.l ..: ambulanci .
-. ?| ?it t
.' present
ASQUITH ASSAILS
GERMAN INVADERS
Tells of Efforts of Kaiser
Two Years Ago to Tie
Britain's Hands.
i .... .
v. ?. ? i' ingtoi . ' ?? ' flu . '
? i.i,-. ? |
i. i ..,i? ? to Sir Cecil Spi i'
made publia bj the Bi ? . \-- '?
dor "lii" ??' ening :
In the ? ?i.i: -?? - -. t Card
ye ?' i daj thi Pi ima
ring to th?> way in which the Dom in
ion -. India and ihr Cro' n Colonies
o n- ...- ra? .i. aid ha? b? er in
history ha i ? < ..m
ini.i ? spirit s., unanii
..nd i esa ; ?'? ' ?a common
appeal.
"In enta i hi? wai," In
rong?
t.. avenge. We have no quarrel with
? I. ? man]. In 1912 we . iformed the
German government 'Britain declares
mi k.? join in an
nnprovoked attack on Germany; ag?
gression upon German) i? nol provided
i in) nnri'i merit to which G re s Bi
tain is ? party.' B H Germany demand
..-.I of us m addition, al .< time when
? ;?s enormousl) increasini
ion-e , eapeeially ?>n sea, 'lint ??..? should
i:., further aad pledxe ?jj? neutral
German) engaged in wa
"Though we hav.nt irki
?m peace and to .iv..-,| the catastrophe
? ei a t . o ilil not gi? ? ('-> ? man)
.., .,..,
pportunit) to dominate the European
e'orld, and o mi ke any such
engagement
"loiii ???-'. ,,,.. I ,hk..(; r>,, rountrj
men ?i?.,-.'. Id li?t ? ?too?
.<??? tiic wanton invasion of Prance an?'.
Belgium by hordes who leave behind
them n diurnal trnr .?' .. : leva?
tatioi aad da m ral ioi ' the
i lackest annal bar
bai ism
"Since thei ? ? h.en ttill
leailv rrittea in leitei of i .mage
and poliation h? real aim of this l?>nir
prepared scheme agaiaat ?i-,. bertia
Of Eui ,'pe. Wt -t:i I n.
in the r!K','i of t!"? weak and t i?
i.i the trong, and we look ?? ward nt
. to a Europa ii -.. tich
ill be
. sfeguai ded ..i.a.' ? ? ? .- ..''
Tl ,, ?
?
SWEEPER SUNK BY
KIAO-CHAU MINE
i ?.Kl.i. Oct. Anot
mine-eweeping ?..m- at Kiaa-t nan iu.<
laak, after striking a mine, The
? n?s hu. given as four killed aad
inn., wounded The mine .hairu'' i wa
known a - I ha K ?\.. Mai u ?n
,-unk in Lao -'n : it.?
The <>? i r? ..
antl] helling the J ?'
nhich is I? ? . ' ,ni: for tl ?
? in.ai.
ationghold
A German aeroplan? I om
?'.in ha - made
Japanese vnrships Neithe ,
, e isful J spa nesa iropls eat in
paraalt ?>t the German aircraft mid
w.'ie SUbiected to botnh ire.
A captive balloon, ?rhich hn- been
ie?ra above Tsing-TRu ha-a hern iisuleri
Jnvrn It - believed te h?vr t.epn
J??n?g*d.
U?
&j?mr ^?"?eassw^"^
?T DRINK
?iklfocK
'ThcMiuCilWaUrDcLuxe v
SAYS A?STR1ANS
QUIT UNDER FIRE
Russian War Writer De?
clares Germans Bitter
Toward Allies.
SAW THE QUARTERS
OF COUNT SZECHENYI
Hungarian Nobleman Who Mar
tit'd Miss Vandorbilt Fought
in Battle of Krasnik.
I Hv ' mil? ?? ti* -?.Kill ,
'"??'?;?". Oct. , A Ruaaian oar
correspondent who haa ?ust returned
" otor 'mir through the prov
Russian Poland, where
"???' - ' gl ting recently '..ok nlai-e he
kustrian nrm.e
;' ' ;1 ' following account of his .-?
i.. :
''"' d ' ;? - heaped with the
ells and shrapnel.*
1 "?? ng iccompiished their
nov Me there harm
";' I'owrle . ,, nging home to
"' '?' doletul, ghastly ?a'e
. . . ,
' ', il has
"? ?round bj mortar
m lurrounding
? i indented with ...unties.
ted by devastating volleys
the Kuropean titr
distriet with
il coi turning
"" , ? ?'??? ;.? to
? - irea is lit
built moui
th rough p
'? i ? . t mt
" ?'I.re killed ii
foi ll . ir country ai .
' ' -': '.my*? position at
er ai area of 100
? ? entireli of deec
its ?? ire entangl :
"" ?' Hi re . nd there could be Man
onstructed ol freshly cut
"'?i is hilly. The' Una
themselves on our tei
' '' ' efficient an I iti itegic map
: apparently, anticip?t.?
i :.'"-'"' s from us in
, " ? otel whicl
, ... ... the Au
r? lived Count
' - u IVtot ki. r.?i,.
I.o i ? ed i .. .
? - ?"underbilti, Baron
? ' ' ' Krasnik s/m ac?
companied b? .. chara. - i -? ncident
i light on the mutml
tpi and reelings of Austrians
and Germans Oui -?ronfest blow at
the hostile position In Krasnik was le
dieted on th.- Austrians, near the vil
I ige o? \ ., .... where our troops, not
withstandii ? 1;(.e ,.,
? nemy, --i ??, Jed ? i cutting the
'l r"-':- ? earing .. complete
'""? the Au . ,, treated
?'? ??? mg :i '-u iilli. I ?. ?
4'hiniH of t'nte. I
? d i ?n i,.,. ?. , r ,
i. ii m ,i -iiM ? , j .
? ition, 'Pro
i i.i '
"" '' ' ' ? ? "a- ? apt
-. I.?'?: ..... d?*.
"' ' -n help
dit!, readily and whole
'nit when the critical, dan
" ed, . ? .? andoned
ierman army will
- ? . ? I act.'
"'" ? ' nick?, Dig '. the Aus
in as I ? i,- Vai off, - I, . they
established themselves .> wolf pita,
lurrounded fa ire entanglemi nta, but
from this position, which the- ??<
ed ii- impregnable, thi
driven bj heavj artillery '.\r<\ ,-md com?
pelled t.i continue theii retreat. Among
\i trians abandoned
n iring thei Bight are officers' and
snliiiei-' coats, hatr and hoot-. The
Russiai ?ea a I ..t' the t'\-.n'unt.
ritory have appropriated the articlea,
und non paradi dressed in the uni
Vusti i.m loldiera. I
picturesque to -??.? old rustics ?,r"-n>:
about '. illages clothed In this fs ?
'Befon leaving this memorable
a shepherd
. who, dressed m the
unit'ot m of an A i ? itenant, m as
drii mi; s herd o i at > le."
EXPERTS FORESEE
LONG STRUGGLE
Believed Germans May
Retire to Other Defences
if Defeated Now.
of "Thi
??II..-...i ?-. r much we nay !.. nn
i right w ng and n lie? ? \
' ' er contidei.??- hat ?
R
.
Ilusi?n - -
whicn
? ture in
aperating against Germany reduced to
? i s tve.
till united. Ul si
mis, al
i- Her fleet . i?;
aaobly
o-operation with the armj.
?'The line "r the Aisne, -.?-ii?;. o . -i
?????? to i.? many ??mi
?-.- prepared in the
he ti?
lica to t man) to fei
tie 11 nerefoi ? ? ? ? oh ea ipon '.he
Mi ?? | war."
I i ? I '. I .press"
Bo
"T' ? ? . ? over.
The military authoritie re? -w? that
. . not ht- h.it' i ! -u ?ft,
iermans are irakit.* too cood use
ei r aeroplam - foi I he Ulii
rente ?>?? tided movements unknown to
?
W
INTRODUCES THE STYLE
IMPORTANT
PI
.
L.?caviJ?
Paris in Mew York
The conditions whicli have made tin- famous
modistes and couturi?res of Paris discontinue
the making of new Models, and which have
curtailed our importations, haw made it
necessary for us to provide the means of
making them in our own Atelier. We now
have in our employ these renowned creators:
t-*T . c ^\ x Pa?lX,IT
z.a<Jl.si7 tjpo*.' i
\^y ^*^ Paris
Who ha? j'i?t arrived ?a tin' country, having been ?-.nhger.
to ?Hi?pen<1 basanes? in Paris;
Mile. Rosa ?Verany
Previ:'"?, attd ?
(lywJwA
/.?na?n/e
'
Mme. Jeanne (?Ulis
Premiere and Dessin rom
~ s
?i. Rue de la pa/x PARIS
Oui patrons may have I .< \y rsonal services
of these eminent artists by special appoint?
ment .
We are convinced that, those who have here?
tofore felt dependent upon Paris for their
finest apparel will appreciate the oppor?
tunity we offer them to obtain the services
of the same master artists in the making of
exclusive individual creations.
The regular staff of expert fitters together
with out entire force of superior milliners
and dressmakers will continue as heretofore.
The personnel of our organization is. there
fore, gTeater than at ;inv previous time.
Trimmed Hats, Gowns,
Dresses, Wraps and Coats,
Tailored Suits and Blouses
Designed by Paris artists,
made on our premises, under the
personal supervision ot our
Mr. Charles C. Kursiran
Fifth Avenue and 36th St.
GERMAN PILLAGERS
:
TRIED BY FRENCH ''??- b"n en
\\ v.'?r.-,
*. .ntencoi t<?
't. ? .. i I ? I-':?< iic.i courl
? twatec aassaaril]
' , _ the formait ' a ourt
? o' G?rmans eaptur... m in. k).p. ,
t,. battlenel I-. and opon who i , , ?. -
? -.'oiiti.! ?.bjects of ?.'
25% DISCOUNT
on Our Eniire Stock of
Mahogany and Enamel Furniture
CONSISTING OF ABOUT 500 PIECES
filling our whole Second Floor
Commencing Monday the 5th & Continuing through the Week
Owing to the lack of space and
Growing Interest in Cragsman Products
We have concluded ta dispose o? al! Furniture
NO i OUR OWN MAkt
GUSTAV STIOLEY- lit I RAFTSMAN
THE CRAFT-MAN BUILDING
6 East 39th St. and 5 East 38th St.
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