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PART II TW1LV1 FAGRR \ |.'\\\ ^-< >|< K. W Kl >\ KSI).\ Y. NOVEMBER I. 1914. ?* PVHT n. TWRLVR TUBMk
British Lose Naval Battle Off Chili; Germans Sink Submarine in North Sea; Allies9 Subjects Hostages of Turkey BRITISH SHELL TOWN FROM WHICH ATTACK ON SUEZ WAS FEARED Turkey to Hold finglish? French and Rus? sians Until Protection of Its Own Subject* Is Guaranteed. SERVIA BREAKS WITH THi; PORTI: Czai s I roops Repulsed, Says Constantinople? Berlin Hears Turkish Force of 15,000 Is Ai? read) in Egypt?Persians Attack Germans. Washington. Nov. 3.?Until definite guarantees are given by Russia, England and France for the protection of Turkish subjects the Ottoman Empire will hold practically as hostages all the sub? jects of the Triple Entente powers within its territory. I his was revealed in a cable dispatch from Ambassador Mor eenthau to the State Department here dated from Constantinople last Sunday. Assurances already had been given by the British Ambassador that Turks in Egypt, as well in the British Empire generally, would be permitted to leave if they desired. The dis? patch indicated, however, that the American Ambassador, who is cooperating with the Italian Ambassador, in charge of Russian interests, is confronted with a delicate task. A special train, which was to have left Sunday night with pan-.cstricken British and French subjects, was detained by order of the Turkish Minister of War. Mr. Morgcnthau said he hoped lo persuade the War Office to release the train on Monday. From Persia the American government was informed also to? day of the spread of the war's influence. Persia, dominated by Russia and Great Britain, has shown through popular outbursts its antipathy toward German subjects, a dispatch from American Minister Caidwell at Teheran telling of an assault on the German Consul at Tabriz by Russians. The consul, along with other Ger? man subjects, was extended temporary refuge by American Consul Paddock, who is endeavoring to obtam safe conduct for them out of the country. Th? Russians in Persia are threatening to arrest all Germans and expel them. That feeling against the lurks similarly is run? ning high was indicated to some extent by the fact that the Persian authorities gathered up the archives of the Turkish Consulate at I iibriz and sent them to Petrograd. London. Nov. 3.?The fortified town of Akabah, in Arabia, <>n an am- of the Red Sea, 150 miles east of Suez, has been shelled J>nd occupied by the British cruiser Minerva. It was at Akabah that Turkish cavalry patrols were reported yesterday preparatory to moving toward Suez and Egypt. There the British found soldiers, apparently under Germans serving as Muasi-Turks in much the same manner as the German officer? i. main in ch?-.rgt of the cruisers Goeben and Breslau. The Admiralty report follows: ?>on arriving at Akabah the cruiser Minerva, Captain Per ?ival Warleigh, found the place occupied by soldiers and armed natives One of the soldiers had the appearance of a German officer. The Minerva then shelled the port and the troops. The town was evacuated, and landing parties from the Minerva pro eeatled to destroy the fort?, the barracks, the postoffice and the stores. There was some loss to the enemy, but no British casualties." An Exchange Telegraph dispatch from Rome says that a Constantinople dispatch states that Servia to-day severed diplo? matic relations with Turkey and the Servian Ambassador asked ?or his passports. , Oficial Prei ? R? r. ti ' Cooaul at Mo stoting that the Uiatic Turk ' 1 Idition ? Con ? troop? antier for? ?pollo?, - lloaaeathi . ? he Turk ? ' ?> ? . . ths *d\ a Egypt. aged o ? rork? fAcial an Moooaaaeal asoaVa ia Berilo iu-Ua?. naa ,1 hei ???.id not to attempt an c movement in Libya, and ai n ,,,,,. there is no eauae 101 Italian un . srding Tripoli. London, Kov. 8. An im] ? ..n th.itbreak of the wai ??"' Pi ? rograd, ng to thi ? .adent i:, -.hi- Russian capital, h readi ?>- fol "Ii . ? iruggle against Bus? ied Anal i ?a ha? t in? ted into taking armi sgainsl this empire Imraedis ..?en- Purkish fleet the Bnaaian Ambaaaadar I orders te ? I. - -?;? will reet ., ,,., e pari -, . . ? Cl eligion and the Slav people.? with tranquillity ?ad conrid.'ii?-.- ia Cod Tb( 111 triumph anee again, "?? " ' erland. - ,. n ?dvieed intervention ?i ?vit] onlj haaten the fatal iu< and will open the war, n -settlement of prabletau on the Cunl-iue- oiTLa?* t ??-l-iui. I VESSELS THAT FOUGHT BATTLE OFF CHILI. GERMANS GIVE UP PLAN TO CUT PATH TO COAS Berlin Official Report Say Inundation Makes the Task Impossible. INVADERS SHIFT ATTACK TO YPRE British Army. Reinforcec .Must Bear Bruni of Another Assault. Pai So : ?.na ;. i ni) li? - abandoi ed ? ? m pi : . to Ca agre? I h< offi? it nigh . A ? ombinat ion of ii . ed ? omit? ? Hi-i),'iari h i tu y under i\ ...i Ub? rt u . tov m ?1 end 'r^, the coatlj A Berlin ofl ? of 1 he G.in i m-!\ to th tat i ? pei oi W illiam i ;, ? .A ? ' i ? ? ihr? ..,.;.. i .;? ? ? ? . .in int of th? ? ? ? ? English m my of 1 ???1.1 Mai Sii John i i. ncl -? ore? Indian? and To th? , i . o ?; , . ? ? ? ted bal cordii has gone to giv? men b; Berlin Official Report Layi Change of Piar, to Flood \ nstei dan . \<>- I ? ? ' led ii Berlin hai ere ; ? \ telegrain from i- ?.?un? dat? ?? \"' ernbei I at i ooi . I ? ? ol N ieupoi ' prevenl all opei itiom in this pari i I ? ? "The water in plac? II f? rown man. Our 1 oi ? ? e inundatea district mit los .>r' nun. hoi ses "i gui ???? ir at ' e a* m,.. ?? n 2,800. men, ? ? . ? "West of B taken plac? but the ritual !? he village i rh? are ng at "Our a *?*??? a. ? ?? ' te resist ? ' ? ? ? ? i ? ? . . Ri ? ? ' > ' ?... ? ? ? ? ' "Th. R . i . i i n g a j h?oaW Good Hope GERMAN FLEET LEAVES BASE, SEEKING BATTLE, IS DOVER REPORT Dover, Nov. 4.?The report is being circulated that the German fleet has come out from its base. It i_ aiso reported i'rom Dunkirk that four battleships and four cruisers have put to sea from Kiel. ALLIES BOMBARD THE DARDANELLES ! raneo British I"leel Shells 1 urkish Forts, Explosion in One ot \\ In? Ii Is -S'*en?Return lire Does No Damage. ? Ulllli ? - . i. _ l ;i uadron b banted the Dardan lit i ? ?. . ? mil Hie torts repl ? i - - loi ide tin m forts cam ol be estimated, but dense \ olumrs of bla he Holies fort SINK TURKISH SHIPS TO SAVE AMERICANS . "British - - !1 ! ?" -" le the Smyrna t?> - ii/hose . . ? i% were tryit l oui with tii? it suing conflict the Turkish vessels were sunk.*' Turkish Diplomat Discovers What War with Russia Means H> Cable to The Tribune. ! 1 nal i . heir R I I lei ? ? . ? ? : irk's ? ? . tit for the police, bul I ? t to -aid. lie would continue t. ? ?U. 3. UVJK. 1 t/i\j rtrti.* " ILTD-kili MI f* D ii ?1 IT ? tf\r%uittLiN--' nivKUOfi d ? ? ??:?.?.-. ? ttinj ??????. r-. . . . and Il Tin?.rtan(.e eini ? ? p.? ?? ?? . ? r -...'. ur;;. tagl hvial ' g Hn.p'it Previ ? sad prt triilm?? a great lu??, of la. ik-> K.lisCi^^^^^H-^_^H la_H GERMAN SHIP SINKS BRITISH SUBMARINE D-5 Throws Out Mine as She Retreats in North Sea to Avoid Battle. ONLY TWO OFFICERS AND TWO MEN SAVED Kaiser's Squadron Also Fires on Gun boat, Wound? ing One of Crew. Lo don '-. Tl ?? B is North Sea ??r?l ?ng bj a mine ivhicb i ? bj ,t German eroisor retreating i?-:.jre British croisoTB. Two Bfieora and two men af the sub iii..UM. acre ..... Thla information is conta ne i m an Admirait* report iaaued here to-nigbt, which -?H-.-. a Germon squadron tired ?m the Britiah (/itnh.i.it Halcyon, which -a- patrolling, wounding ? "Various r.atr.i saovamenta ocra made," the report continu?e, "aa .? re? sult of which t??- Germana retreated rapidly, an?! although shadowed bj thi light < ruiaera thai could noi he brought into a ->?:? action. "The reormoal Germon cruiaer in ion! threu oui a Buml mines, and the subtnar ah i>\ oi them." The submarine I> ". srhich was built. ? i ?11. wa i.Mi feet long. She had <? speed of fifteen knoti above the water and ten knota lubmerged In eooneetion with the linking of tha l?-."i tha Exchange Telegraph i'ompan; 'a i.toff correspondent saya: "? ?m- ..t' tha - ?f the sub n boa . landed here and a bei "?' ..'tu" ? -K-keu .m by a trawler. At middoj the ae is atill m progra ? ?? Hritisn gooOOOt liait-.'.. ?i ick t.-. ;i number of sheila, snd ? irokt- rose from her. Thoke .?i. the trawler thought abe ?as sink? ing, but she waa i"t scrioual] dam ag< ;. and aft? i the h ..1 <? schargod one oi two ?? h ?j t - ?? ? ea rh.- German - f-1 m steamed sway .it full ? p^?.!.'' A dispatch tu tin- Central Nowi from l. ?westoft tai -1 "Considerable commotion waj es l iwestoft this morning by a report oi . ...- ' battle .i few a 11 ?- ? north of .- town, winch wa- witnessed '?.< ?ral residents from the North Parada thing reeaela returning ? . Loweatoft, tome af whicl r..n .!? dan ?^..?.?u-. proximity t.. the fightini - . : .'. ? .,? rr'.ed. . Lth -.in' exception. Chi trowlei i r..ternal wa.? ~unk mine Five of hei crew have he. u- i. i al Lowestoft and the othi ? Varn. "The ..- ' mj attacked tha if, the chief fishery protection eniisci at Lowaat? ft. "ne -i-aman Is reported ''j hove beoa bad!) injured und takes '?.> a hoapital "The reasel itself bod ".er wiroloaa *nd hi-i bridfO aOOBOga ! ar.d her tun? nel pn-r.-e.i. 31. h ratania Loweatol ; ??The -t.-am driftei I I? luring .-??? iag, !<?'. ??? I ?' - ? ? ii the ? ? i ad th? laley? ? ? ? - pa.i eh cut . . .; : -. back to a ITALY BARS EXPORTS TO 2 BELLIGERENTS London, ma -patch ?o "The Star" atol . royal ?le r.. . :? -.lie.) * here pr. .: ibita 11 BOrtatiOB it' r:?-e, r>e BOd pota'.OtfS to| ?t.^... and Austria. 2 BRITISH SHIPS SENT TO BOTTOM IN A FIGHT WITH GERMAN FLEET Armored Cruiser Monmouth Sunk Out? right and Good Hope Set on Fire Glasgow Takes Refuge in Harbor. FIVE OF KAISER'S VESSELS ENGAGED English War Craft Under Sir Christopher Cradock Sought to Stop Them from Destroying Mer? chant Steamers in Southern Waters. Valparaiso, Nov. 3.?The German warships Gnciscnau. Scharrthorst, N?rnberg, Leipsic and Dresden attacked the British fle^t off Coronel, Chili, to-day. The British armored cruiser iVlon mouth was sunk. The Good Hope was badly damaged, and as she was on tin is supposed to have been lost. The British cruiser Glasgow, badly damaged, took refuge in the harbor of Coronel and i? now bot? tled up. Sir Christopher Cradock, who commanded the squadron, was in charge of the British fleet in Mexican waters at the time the American marines occupied Vera Cruz. The British cruisers Good Hope, Monmouth and Glasgow had been searching the coasts of South America for several weeks with the object of engaging the German cruisers, which hod been de? stroying British merchant vessls. Vdmiral ?irai roa Sp i waters, who .trrivcl here thi- morning, i On Sunday, \'<?\?'tnber 1. between b and ? o'cl during a heavy rain and rough weather off! il men-of-w-i Good Hope, -fonmouth and ? ?. it e n g agi n sued i m m e el v. ?th all their ? Monmdu : . ? n?s. h ... mi; tel m " riie Glasgow a ' ... prevented our obtainini ?nowledge o? Ii? i lent of it. "Our -liiji- the Scharnborsi and N?rnberg, were ?. ' . id ? '?? men a ound ? I i he rest o . damag d , tiago, ' lull. No? 3. - -?.?l bands i British armored cruisei Srlonmoutli ? niinuti - "t lighting with the Germans re ei. ed here The battle ?....- ? iii?' ? ?ood I lope leen troin Ik - h tned an expl? b' ?rd. i The i > ? ?goa i ported to havi at rived in .. i." B Tli- ( >tr into . - iped to Puei i The German ihipe arrived in Valparaiso to-daj t< take on h a.id pn visions The) will leave to-morro ini iffercd mishai ? rery few "i ihe men ? ?. ?.?inil.-.i The battle ha* caused a tremen? : . . not ??? cruii 14(1 lorn carril guna. ? 1899 I'hc Good Hop quadi : _?ht 14,101) | She represented the British natii : i ! ?-. armai lent consisted of two 9 ? mpiemeni rhe light cmiser Glasj built in ' 09 -;?!-, -.. had .r compl. , ?, un U Unch fill? s. <!? 1- 'I ? ...-! .:. ?I ?tiah steamship of that na the Schai . i - ' ' n 9 in ... -v?.? r . |unt and dlei lisera '-. ? arrje? 764 n ? ? ? ? . . guns . ?-. ?I ' :: ? >?:. ?- bniii ighi er, is Ml I - ? ??? Ten 4.1 inch "I - - a n . d in l9tK i ? ? -, iourti I ? it nch guns and I carries iol men, ss4 WSS buik in 19 ;.