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CONDEMNS TURKEY Aga Khan S.ivs Germany Misled Porte Calls It an Unholy War, MAHOMETANS IN INDIA REMAIN LOYAL No Religious Question Involved, Followers Having Freedom I'tiikr nriii?.!i RuiY. ? Africa ai csblej:' as -e.l to ?he Moi - ? . - deep ? (iards ?? ' o have I!? ? iinholy ca.i-?-. Bl to th? ,.- " . ? ? ' ? v ? tain, th? ? ),-:'. it, k from v I ? ?ddeii. Mahon ? ' British. T ? -i the ' r - ? Del'? nrr ol "h b? .rpon I lot Amonjr. the en i umber of j rave: ? aqoestiug bim I the their doeli art, and it.e efence of Rood , ,i and alea .... ?: ado t ., )l? ll'Sk,ll \ ?., . ?).'.!. deep m.lu . pre - 11 apporta by the eft i loi < BRITISH COLONELS EARN HIGHER RAM B? No? Wing eifc*li "la have been promoted to be mi -or jreneral.s bb n reward f.>r gallan conduct in the field: Pavid Rend : on R.y r M w i, Jamoa A 1 Baldona Hai r I redericl 1> \ Wing. Haber ' ' ? :?? n ? Boll n bbi W . atoa. ; ?. | , . Officer of the Le -, ? Bril of I | ,?? alier n ' . . ' .Is .. ? Mv durii. rations be ' GREECE NEUTRAL, BERLIN REPORTS Bulgaria Not Hostile Japan Accused of Incon? sistent Attitude. ? ? ville. , official i ? Bulgaria ".ule. "Th.. ? ernor and eicht : . ? . ? ? ? ncern ? been ill for [oi ? ?il\. He ii l ?? guest at thi i ? ? ? i ? ? ni reine . "j..lly i ? retto t\ "The of gold iw. The ? , n in f l,85t f?en? ral von B .- ? w ]IJLJJJ.JJJX^ a m - - *h ?_]C-_CII-C_I-I_^ ?he Shoe for You R ?H B r_n XTTTTTT-rrrrinTTTTTi^ Smart Shoes ?with every improvement for the comfort, convenience and economy of patrons. The latest is the attaching of ( )'Sulli\ an's Heels in the factory. No delay in having them put on. Wnlk-Ovtr Shoe Mures ?'?*?> saoi iKLYN ! ' >"f" ||7.SBrotd?.i> UM -' YOMU l?> I N Rro.j,?., Mtlrat? ???.. Braas M??AAKK. N.J. HI Irsst 8weel ? M W VORI. ,?4 Bota?. 3_XT-XIXIJ-JL?-.L-UJJIJ JL B ASK FOR WALK-OVER SHOES 0 a-ssssssssssssl u -FOR MFN ^-?t-Hi"0 FOR WOl^J-N.*-*5"??**?50.: r i i i i l l l i M'l I H M fi LIXL Will m ALLIES ARE ATTACKING TURKEY HY SKA \N'l) LAND. \Ovra 4 ?-" .". '* ??' s <\ - - ??? -i\.' ???*? ? ? > ._? ? ? ' . t ? - .'. I SUBJECTS OF ALLIES TURKISH HOSTAGES < outlawed freaa page > I'.lnck Sea coast which have I e l down by our anceatora." \. ,- . :. dii pat? ii from Pet .\ - : "in reply lo ? ? ? i ?? fOOd re I between i ? , k by 1 ? tffal . ' KllS t ired it ? pourparlers and Vixl by the Turk ? ? ?- ? Ml ?ai.l : oui deep rean . ? .iptun o ' ? goo ? . . ? .? tw,. powei ? fleet i ' and will take all i is to prove ? ' the Ottoman g? ring t ? ? .. ? e ? "|u :'... .'intri i firmly ? .iperial Uu ent will el affaii ' ancili off, in h ? elled j I. militai possible Turkish Envoy in Russia Talks of German Influence Petrograd, Nov. ' 1 Amba ? ' he lei .im t ? statem? "I ? i omfl at Tui ? inga ? . I that if un ? fault. "1 am firmly i will be ? : and that Turkey will I ? posi non maint i ence be? an e i aram? ? 'j he Pei eel ire i h ICh at alliance in the Russian and . : ? Wit hull! '. ' It a Peti ograd to-da; the Turkiah i Batum, o? - GERMANS AROUSE BELGIAN ATTACK Horn bard Town of Furnes To Meet with Heavy Counter-Attack. In of towi '. lelayed in Irans Bel| ilor and L'ht o? ? . Uli? larliei ? turned the offen ? iv?-. . ? . ?.. . ? ? ! themselves at between Middelkerka ariakerke, on the rood Ur.d'.n^ to 1. The battl? a I at a romt to 1 ? nea \ ? an f.ir.p un: arced in reel on of Ramaeappel ami ? i - , he toon ? V ? tots i. ball struck ? After ta : .. ? ? ' "I ?er? ? nemy had ? ipended eoi ibis artillery . and altl build ?'ijj^ h id boon repeotedly kit, ?'ot a single Relg.an soldier hud b.-en Injured, i ; ng of the Ger /^Ss&V All hooks /'??^'A AllLan^uajrcs fHOOKS E LLERfl] ... - .. Itothk world! All >linjCClS \^^^ BRENTANO'S week before the bombardment of the in city. The Petrograd aatborities, actini- on . ruin.-, already received, havp he pun ihc regiatration and arraal at ?? Turkish subjects. Thla ?u-asuro ii taken previous to their eipvlaion, which Will occur in a week. Telegrama received here from Tiflis, ,'.?i,l and administrativa -<'_t of the Caueaeus, n-p..rt great demonstra : ?? ? ind nal analil le i b< ? ... palace of the ??>-.> rnot ? ral, nil th?' manifestants shoe their allegiance to Russia A regiment in eavalry, formed on ..-..? of Turkey's hostility being augmented. Al . al ii talon of the Tiftii l '?? I Russian, Armenian, Mahonie? ! other leaden voted solidly in union with the Nationalists. 11 t Russian Chief of Police hat Is.I an ardor allowing ?i subjects until November I to i. according tu ? Haves die* : mm l'etroprad. Egyptians Anti-British, Says Berlin-Rome Report Berlin, N'.<v. :>. "11 Mattino," pub ! i'i Rome, aays it hus reeeivi ?I Egypt to the ?'tfeet that : the local population s . ? path i 1 ?? ? ? ?? vi Egypt from lo unoei martial law. Ma ? ? lr Ji i.'i (;t."ifcll Mas ? . lai .?? ion tu rb.' effect t the 1 ? Miment has ordered him '" take charge of the mili ? ,i v . ? ntrol ?;f i gjrpl and to in?-nrc Russia Prompt to Act After Attack by Turks. ? Pet ?...., ? go let *" ' he Army asus: . lerouslj -' ?m.I run i ^?-a fleet. By In- majeatly'a com? mand I H-,: or.i.-r.-'l to eon - 'i.'! Ru - - i.? \?;?r with Turkey, ami the troops of the Caucai i army iml.'r my eomman I er ami attai : 1 he Tut ki-h ships bombarded RuBslan I he aigbt before the 29th, ;ii?.l the Emperor's or?|er- ?<? the Turkish 1 rontier .. .1 the following .lay. Nothing whatevei was allowed to leak out here until to-day. This afternoon there me ? ethlng of the hitrh?^-*? importance na.-, occurred m the Black Sea, bul they ar>- ?'"? indistinct to make ? ng of, >\eri .i the censorship now I in f??i ermitl??'! one to do m re i ?? -: i' proved, i :? to OI ' vi altiii-K tin?- moment nol i. ingle Bel m or rifle ha?! replied, and 1 ?? . ? ?. doubt, concluded that i the country in it- num.' ?..ni l.? en abandoned bj I It pi ? tly . 11 oi 1 he Bel to delivei ;? eountei ? ?? itn great idroitnei - and cool A ??.i tery which hud reach) ?1 toward the do ?? ?>:' the bora bardmenl waa tent forward in se. toward the front, so thai its an ? might escape the enemy's observation. ?hile, in advanced trenches to the ??'?'?.t el Parn?s, the Belgian infantry. with loaded rifles and well h??i<!en ir.?m ? mai ?.? as aited the earn? ?>n eame the Gi - . iwarming to ttacb in denes enaation. They i ??? approach to within indred yards ol the Belgians' ici before the Helg-ian pun?. de< livered their mesaage of death. I* aaa larpriae tor the advancing ? ? ? attacking eolnmna went - defore the hail of shrapnel much leet ripe grata fall before s mower'?, scythe. The Germant wavered, then broke and fled wildly for the all - i 'ii- shallow ditches of the tia* countryside. The Belgian ?hellt ight a half boo - ? . the end of the ?., rmaan offer, ahiefa had be? a ed a t the hid ;? a B( Igiaa on ?lid not halt until they re? gaiaed Kamscapelle ami the protection of ti-.e German artillery Th.. \\e , a- ;, .('suit of the Hay'-? fiphtip.p, reoc? eapied Ramaeapelle, where the li-r I'ad abandoned a number of their wounded Lynching in Mississippi. "1 him" !i . - takrn lioni a d< put ) .: do, M i-s., and lynched. Tha >.? ta oa hia wa to jail with the prisoner, who ?a - charged with attacking a white mer? 1 -'..!.'. M ,?, a_ta -lave?, . ? RUSSIAN EMPEROR TO FIGHTING LINE Czar and His Minister of War Leave Petrograd for the Front. Patiogrod, Nov. fl. Emperor olas left to day for the frm,!, Bceom poniad by General SoukliomimofT, Mm Ister of War. London, ttOT. '?'?. "1 he Sfni " pob II ibes i" di?'- i dli patch frota it i Potro i?rnd correspondent, saying that the Kuasians are securely eatabliahod i" rfide tu*. I.u il Pruaai m fi ai tier Emperor William'a tbirtj mile?; af barbed wire fooCOB around I Riui-.e |n ? ?< i ? ;?t Romfnten, 11 ? reapondent sdd*, are bow In poaaeeaion Of Ins enernie? A Reotei pal i am An iti " \ telegram from Budapoat . ,- .1 ,. engag? ment fougl I Tin .a, Galicia, rions took :!."??.) prlaooors, omoag whom wore numeroua Tartars and Hona, AUSTRIA EAGER TO MAKE PEACE Would ?Come to Terms with Russia, Despite Germany's Threats. 11'. ? . ? i ; Pol roajrod, Nov. .'; In ipil many's throota, promieei and furious d laguat, A i tria, the Ru - m ment i infoinod, would onlj too glad lv r?tira from the war II make term? v. il the appro ?1 af Great Bi itain and t ranee. The Ri ? ? ? I ' m i eaamui cat ion on I t with Looodon and Parlo, and importai velopmenta may soon bo expected. Berlin i: exerting the at range fluence at Vienna, but ghtinn force the Auatro Hungarian army ha practically ceoaed to axl I I dlaeoaa nova contributed even mon? th.m i:-i iiion at I? to hi ing al deaperate itata or' aflaii i in A i I Hungary. Any arrangement Vienna n with Petrograd would, of cou rae, in elude Serris Il I a queation ? Auatria Hungary will not be compelled ti> capitulate Ignominious!] il ?? .luiiiot prompt I " be ai i to mi i her face. Hei onlj altei woald appear to be al tu Berlin. In that evenl It ii doubt ful wbether Germany could long defei .' ?on of V ienna bj tl i R i m my. POLICE GUARD PORTE ENVOY AT BORDEAUX Par!-. Nu' . i A Hava d pal ?? from Bord? Amba,i?'?<l,ir hod not, i -. last ev? ning, 'Ii nut ded his ] ta, and it a ?wd gat hei the calling , at of the police. 1 lie coii !.. in gathei , I BATTLE UNIS IV FRANCE AND BELGIUM. 40*MOCf/t 11 of?J?sJ ongmV ??\ ?S* ?rjaurii-, NIEUP???XJ.fl .pavarMfNOAti?. KHopf ?iOMfMT ?, ' A 8RUSSELS * I % -??.??? '/??^ t/Ali.L'?' ^Ci-jSONS SCALt Or MlLfS BATTLE. L'NE. o io 3o Jo ?so 5? Allil* ADVICE X GEgMAN ATTACKS "SKIN THE ENEMY," KAISER'S ORDER German Soldier Tells of Emoeror's Address to Troops ?n France. i The 1 rlbvas 1 er dam, Nov. ".. i Ina of ' he .?.ser is indicative alike of hn ang( ippointmeot al the holding back of his arm ? the "Vo--ich.? Zeitung" ? ? h., er n cet ted his troops north of France. "When . ? , . af his aol? r y bod y with the words, 'Good day. comradea,' and we n rhen he gave a -h?rt address, praised us for our braver;-. ? .I up the s rith the kin I rover you ? . quickly ch again, wa "I/I ?? I? !" . beet ting that mished ? . return from on given is that i ii broken out ? i ? ?ver? prevented recently from leaving Antwerp for Germany, it is now r> ported bv ? Belgian volanteer, who ri the br?.?!^?' a' Berehem. PEACE TALK ONLY INTERESTS BELGIUM Washington, Nov. I. Belgium ia the European belligerent, which has replied to tiie peace r?solu ipted n.-re by the governing board he Pan-American Union, trans? mitted by Secretary Hryan to the coat ? Tiie resolution. Which waa offered by . a...an Minister, eipreaaod the tat piare sOOn would Come. GERMAN AERO 34 MILES FROM PARIS Paria, Nov. 3, A Carman aeroplane to-day flew toward Pan*, as far as i oulommiera, thirty-four miles seat af the capital. While a number of French aeio plunes wen' to meet the (ierman air? ship General Galli?ni "as reviewing ret? ??amp. 1 he general area much impr?- ie : it he saw and expressed to the chii ?' e German aeroplai i ? down yeaterday in the Saaian district. KING ANO POINCARE I BRAVE FOE'S FIRE Albert and French Presi? dent Review Troops Dur ing Bombardment. GERMAN AFRO DROP) BOMBS ON FURNES Heads ?if TWO ?CoMfitr?e, 1,'nper? turbed as Soldiers Salute v,?th National Par: ' a bombai King Albert ' ? ? Bruge strain ' ' ploding at frequ? dent, King the n? | There tO lm -<?'' tional Bin ? aoldiei by. All th?' mrri ? A German i i fee* . dropp? ? . dama*- . I . on the ' the enemy. Aft? M , n i ' ? ' ' . ? vent ? I Bel - and I royal reside dei * ' ? Pi I Brit Bro? ? CANADA SUSPENDS HOSTILE PAPERS Ottawa, 0 ? sion of ne-- ". calcul ited to alier. rci ? mned ? tion of su I.M.GIDDING f? 00 ^ wwgHer? o ? tSKAOut?i ?lu Aonor oi aourprcAcnce al Jhur (jxJulnL) of~ Authentic Winter Fashions dud? - Kajoat? - /?rap? A ?uuic/y ? y??/\i Embracing recent Pans modes not sh lsewhi own ei,sewnere. Al so American fashions? originated by their own artists and exhibited only at their own establishments. Dlfth Uwmu at 46*Sl fSM c/t luv tyork <70 - \!'i i Xo* ? Oho****! ?I ?SCope . h''?4 i: NG COU; ? ' , ' J, J .,.. ? ? ? I ,t? .?. IL ........ i.i.?*.*!?? ( - BUPOn, properly filler! nut. la coo.l for I VOt? m The Tribune a school Cbildroi i r n'a Potl ? er 18, ' Void After Novemb r ? \ ?tea to 8 hool . . nber ? Moil to ' ) PATHESCOPF. EDITOR, NEW YORK TRIBIM: ' Pathescope editor's Daily Letter to the Boys and Girls. Where the Girls Win ?A story o? how secure votes. A!mmit a grammar school with real organizad? Wedne ? ?? * B1 n S AND Gil Last Saturday ? likelj loot tor's office and ?-.??.l he wanted '?? ? .' . lulia Richman High School .Mi. thought the c?i;;<>:?some real few Ipjtliiit; quest "Ves," proudl) acknowledged the chap, the Julia Richman |irls. Shi ?he's to intcrt-sted in winning .i mac Rftttn?; quite a lew down at the ofl 'And the lubicripti? "That's my little surpi - this \i<\f certiti? girls at Julia i i ; ou bel they are ?aid the young ol one a it?? knoa s. 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