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Arrival Outof-Town Buyer? Dally F?**r?ir??--To-?lay Pa??? 11 Ito iarli ffiribime WEATHER fair A hi, roi.nr.a today. r\IR TO Mi-KROW leef-rd?? '? Trmperaluree; 1*11*1*.. 71; In?.. 4? Full report rm faga II. Vol. i.WIV ? No, l-MM. |< op,rlsW 1SU. It. The I r Huid? A*?n?-?atlnn I NEW YORK, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 5, .?14. ? * PRICE ONE To?r_. ??ark. .l-r?-.y ?* It? end Hoh->h??. ?L/Ij-> 1 Ki-sRuiiKH?: rwoir.vTR. WHITMAN'S ELECTION REPUBLICAN TRIUMPH IN NATIONAL SWEEP Plurality 131 174-?Wadsworth's 53,000-? Democrats Outnumbered 2 to I in As? sembly?Senate Changes Hands. DEMOCRATS BARELY HOLD U.S. HOUSE Ohio and Pennsylvania Make Brilliant Showing ...Women Win Montana and Nevada-?Prohibi? tion dains, While Moose Get Crushing Defeat. Above all the splendid Republican victories throughout the country, rrnphasired by later and more detailed returns received ?resterday. the election of Charles S. Whitman for Governor of New York stands out as the most striking. The final figurea give him a plurality of 133,174 over Martin H. Glynn. The plurality of James W. Wadaworth, Republican, over James W. Gerard, Democrat, for United States Senator is about 53.000, there being still approximately 300 election districts miising. All the returns on the election of Representatives in Congress were not in last night, but there is no doubt that the Democrats' hold has been greatly weakened. It is now figured hat the Demo? crats have a majority of only seventeen. M landslides in Penn Ohio was as complete as : ?e. in Pooosyhroola roo ? eloetod Senator 160.000. . - < ???'-?-! *-? ? ?reatar plurality, doaplto ppoaitioo of Profroi ?.-.,-... In Ohio the on ? ?roa elected, Theodore .- tcratic cendidau -? and '??" M eoodldotO for re-elee - r, both being defeated rbo Ohio returns . a Rep?blica?, majority in the el delegation. fi3 Lor.gworth. Colonel Roose ... was elected in the pool ?District. West Adds to Victor?. gk complete returna of the flee Illinois have not been received, iications BfOW last night that ran, DoBOOCOOtk candidato for United StotOI Senator and Presi ?', ally in that atate. haa SoootOX Lawrence T. I , elected. "Uncle Joe . returned to the House . B. McKinley arUl go with . ret ma otill Incomplete at : a indications are that the ?ill have m members of abl coi -, -""- P .1- Tht' 1>em?" U the prefer.' Hou?c political complexion of the WOW Vors State Senate has been com ,.,i ttM Republicans elect aad the Democrats 17, a-, agh. it S3 Democrats and 18 Re ?v additional Repubh elected to the state .- new Assembly there ? -:epuhlican? and_?O Demoj . 1 ?U Republicana will control the ? -utional convention oy -.. Sute delegation U> Congres will be composed of ?? ??? Dem?crata, 1 Progressive ? Those figures ahoo a ?f ni. The aocialift. .?ver London, or . EopreoooUtivo ,... i_th uio BUrgin. London , v. ?Ai ' ratonas last night loai iffrofo had been won ? ol the ?ever. BtOtOI jOOtlOO waP voted on, S'evodo, This woo o l g among the sun ra? ma on Tuesday night they had lost in all ?te la No???? suffragista were .-? night ?? ?>?? ; ?nota and Mouth IfTroge amendment ?a? ir? ,-nough to iffragiat leaden, too ' irTrage was cast . ,,,,.?. )n Missouri the , ? BbBOlotoly swamped, M .?urning a majority o! ;,- soffrage leaders reditod their defeat to liolilhitlon Vote (lose. ; rol ibitiOB qoOOtiOB was voted iihio. California and voted to cootinoe drmk ? , ?romeo votera | to ti.?' result t olorado and Oregon, tue fron which are still mcom .... iligl | load) 1b tavor 01 .. Ohio retained it* saloons ,.- ? majority, and adopt.'? , rdment that wa- rec OOn measure PronlDt not dissatisfied WttB ri no that m the states them conditions have been . h i roved in the last few 7**]* . vote ua? decidedly ragina r. the diaciploa of C'olo .... i , political leader? in i ..i.tlniii ,1 on paa?" ?. column I Full Account of THE FASHION SHOW Woman's Page TO'day RILEY TO FACE SING SING PLOT PROBE TO-DAY Grand Jury Will Grill Offi? cial?Girl Clew in Sul? livan Case. BANK WRECKER WARNED OF QUIZ Instructed Others to Keep Mum Clancy Denies Flat bush Rides. ? ,-.ntendent of Pr.r-o-is Riley, , who already has been attacked by the committee of depositors from the ?Tracked Union Bank, hecauj-o under ' his administration Da?, id A. Sullivan ?va. allowed such unusual liberties at i Sing Sing, will appear to-day before the grand jury of Kings County give tSetilBOBT Diatrict Attorney Crop ??-. graphed to Kilfy at Pittsburgh Tues? day and finally managed to reach him on the telephone at Albany yesterday, , when he gave his promise to be pre???- ? ent. At the same session of the grand jury, William F. Schneider, dark of Now York County, will appear, and it is expected that Mr. Cropsey will ask him to give what information he can ! en the present whereabouts of Miss | Iaouise Burkhardt, Bullivan's former1 secretary. In an indirect ?ray Mr. Cropeojr heard that Mr. Schneider was a friend of : Mae Burkhardt's, and ?.o subpoenaed him. Mr. Sc-hneider told The Tribune I last night that he had known Miss ! Burkhardt and her family "in a so?:ial way" for twsnty-tv.o years. "Well, do you happen to know just whero she Is right now?" ? reporter i'.ski'd. Se-rk Inri in tase. "I'll anewer that question when I ap? pear before the grand jury to-morrow," replied Mr. Schneider. It wat: said laut night that Mia? Burk- : hardt was in the employ of Mr. Schnei- | der a year ago, when he was campaign- ! lag for re-election to the County Clerk? ship. The efforts to find Miss Burkhardt and sene her with a subpoena have been very earnest, and in tnis direction j her brother, Frederick, was subpoenaed to appear before the grand jury yes? terday. He did not ihow up, and a writ of attachment was issued against him. Among the others who will appear be- i fore the grand jury to-day are William J. Watson, confidential clerk to former Warden McCunnick, and John J. Mal- i loy, the head of Sing Sing's industrial department. It is expected that the Dia- | trial Attorney of Kings will work hard <?n these men to make them divulge ? what they know about a conference in , which, it is alleged, they participated ' ?ritk William J. Cummings. the convict? ed banker; D. J. Hickey. McCormick's stenographer, and Sullivan. It was said yesterday that this con ference followed a message by the mys? terious Sing Sing "underground" to Sullivan that Assistant Dtotriot Attor? ney Louis Goldstein was on his way to the prison to pursue an investigation after The Tribune made public the fact that Sullivan was revelling in au? tomobile "joy rides." The bank wrecker kaow of Goldstein's proposed visit he ?re the latter left Brooklyn. Sullivan adMsed the men all to "stand pat" ar.d tuy nothing. D. J. Hickey j^paaxtd before the j r?-.ln.."* "" "?-*?" " '"'"""? ? SUFFRAGE WINS IN TWO STATES Montana and Nevada Sure, Ne? braska Claimed Defeat in Three. Chicago, No? 4. -Woman suffrngo leaden rejoi-e?i tonight v-hcr. belated returns indicated vctory in two of th? ?even states voting on the QUOetiOB in Tuesday's election, with a third Mat? in doubt. First returns had indicated defeat in al! SOI en. Monta?a and Nevrtda, according to the latest returns, gTan'ssd votes to women, while Nebraska showed such a smsll vote a^mnet the proposal that the women claimed the state. Missouri, Ohio and North and South Dakota re? fused suffrage, the majority against it Increasing with the |tsc of the popula? tion concerned. In Montana, whore worker? of the American Woman Suffrage Association made heroic efforts to wifl the hali.it. the vote vras so close that the official count will he necessary to decide the outcome, hut the women have a slight lead on Incomplete retarne. In Nevadn, which seem? won to the cause of equal suffrage, lOi precnu'ts out of 240 gave S,?U!? vole? for Woman suffrage ami _,f?0H agii The effect of women's vote?, on pro? hibition in the various states indicated that women do not unanimously Oppoec saloons. In Illinois the proportion <?i female to male voters in the Demo? cratic, Republican and Progressive par ties was about the same. The women political leaders were mostly identified with the Progreeetvs parts. Figures In many precincts showed, however, that the percentage of women to men w:?s larger in th? Democratic party than in the Progr?s i- a, CARRANZA MAKES PUEBLA CAPITAL Flees as Villa Seizes Aguascalientes and Im? prisons De'?gates. LATTER ORDERED TO SEAT GUTIERREZ .Mexicans Fire on United States Cavalrymen. Thinking Man?u? vres Battle Challenge. "?--?' ? Dm THI in?* , Aguasealicr.ti's, Mexico, Nov. 4. 'vicing his arm?- into the neutral city i of Aguacalientes, General Francise?? Villa established this place to-day a? the temporary capital of Mexico. Dele* the peace conference who rep- : resented Carraasa were arrested by Villa' orders and are held prisoner?, i Martial law I u DOM declar??. end Villa troopi control it.' city and domi Bate the delegate.- to the convention. Ordered by tin convention to carry arder?, Villa began to-dav the movement of troopi t<? r'ri" .???uth to sstablish General Gutierres as pro visional President in the permanent capital. The troop movement already has resulted in .skirmishes with <"ar ranza forces moving *o ?he north to invade Ville territory, several Inn? fights having occurred. El Paso, Tex., (Cov. 4. General Car ransa has fled from Mexico City, tak ir?g with h,m the government funds and archive? ami accompanied by his Cabi? net, ar ? o information received here to-night from Mexico City. Car ransa. the report-? say, hu- cstab? .-?I hi- capital in the ancient city of Puebla ami ha? gathered thi re all the troops he could persua-li? to accompany hirn. General Pablo , Gonsalei end General Jeeus l erral two of General < srrai .?'? chief com- ? mandera, whose armies jointly number f.0,000 men, are in Puebla witn ' arran- ? za. and the city is '.? ?-, ? g fortified for a siege. Villa has 20,000 men moving on Puebla. In a speech made Sunday by Carran? za at Puebla he said: "If the chiefs of the army should abandon nie in this case, as a repre? sentative of the army I will go into exile. Bu' should they support me, as 1 I confidently expect they will, I will fight to the bitter end." Chargea are nade here that Villa is recruiting troops at San Antonio, and thBt tbees troop .?re destined to at? tack Laredo, Carranza' Strongest bor- l der point. Laredo has a strong garri? son. Mistaking manmuvTes by detach? ment? of the Mb and 16th Infantry, I'nited State? army, for a movement against Mexico, Mexican soldiers to-. day fired a number of shots across the river on the Americans. The American troops were engaged In maa?uvres with ball cartridges, and the Mexicans said that shots fell or? the Mexican side. The Mexican tire was not re? turned. PROHIBITION WINS IN FOUR STATES Washington, Colorado. Oregon and Arizona Dry?Ohio and California Stay Wet. Chicago, Nov. 4.--Four of the six states that voted Tuesday on prohibi? tion, according to latest returns to? night, decided to fcrbid the -ale of al? coholic beverages in future and two rotod to retain saloons. Ohio and California kept their sa-' loons, while Washington, Colorado, Oregon and Arizona closed theirs. All Foes MuHt Yield, Says von Hindenburg ,;?. ?'.?M?? to rha TYlt.drv ] Copenhagen, Nov. 4.?Lieutenant General VOO Hindenhurg, hero of the retreat of the Germaji ami> from Suwalki. the Russian military centre, on the Fa?t Prussian fron? tier, said, in answer to a nuestlon as to ho? long the ??ar would la>t, in his ?pinion: "The ?ar will not end until all the? nations ??ho are lighting against ue ha?e becnm* subordinate to our rule and desires." Imported Bock Panetela. MIM and full RUSSIA SEIZES EIGHT TURKISH TOWNS; PORTE RECALLS ENVOYS; GERMANS RETIRE IN FLANDERS RAIDING GERMAN SHIPS PUZZLES FOR BRITISH rvir.r - Whsa Sam? n? ?ht; BaMoaOssi f-rnrlim..1.541 H ,12(1 1909 Karlsruhe. 4,*30 27 170 Uli l.neisenau.11.120 ISJ ?ViO 190H Scharnhorat_11,120 HI fi30 tflOH hp. Wilhetlm .. ll.sOo _J ?1901 Dresden. .I...1I J7 14s 1<t07 Bremen. .'?.'iOO .2.1 2Si, 190.1 I^'ipzifT. 1.200 21 2HR 1901, Stettin .| I'lii ISJ IN 1907 N?rnberg. .1196 21.3 291 190H GERMAN WARSHIPS GATHER IN BALTIC Proceeding North. They Await Orders Off the " Aland Islands. i openhagen, Nov i via London). A llr-el of ?irru?an warships liar- gath ?r the \iar-.d I lands, In the Bal so, northeast of Stockholm and oppo-it?s the entrance to the Gulf of Finland. They evidently wore procer.?i-,g North, and hir. <? ?.topped to ordoro. rhe reported pr?s, nee of <;erman battleships off the Aland lolaodi tends t? eon i M-, a report received las' in London from Dunkirk that four in battleahipo and four eroi ai it to ao from Kiel, the termlnua ? Kiel i'anal on the Baltic When these veaaala ver,- supposed to have loft Kiel OTOS BOt stated. Dover r? ported last nipht that the German fle?-t was rapposed to hove come out fr,.tn its baie. This atate : robobl) refer? the < Hoot " the North Boa THE HALCYON UNDER FIRE 15 MINUTES Fiitrht German Warships Took Part in Battle Off Lowestoft. I/ondon. Nov. |, That ?'our tltrmnn dreadnought? and four German CTuil ers took par', in j sol onlay's engage? ment off the eoot conit of England II confirmed by the rrrit ot" the steam drifter CarrtgilL According to the fkipper of the drifter, the German appeared through the mist about ..'northeast of Lowea tofl at " o'clock In the mornm?' The ? ai the Britiah eroiaer Halcyon lasted Ph< iys that two Brit? ish lobmonoao, m addition to the D-6, which wa ? trikiog a m-.ne, t.ur?ii? d tu.- Germana. The corn- pondant of "The Til telegraphs the following arc??unt of the act-.?.h : "The whole of th?1 OTOW of .-ibmarine D-g, which WOO -,unk by a min? dropp?-?l by a German cruiser, Was lost, except two ofteera mid tO I men. I'i.'ir men re?? saved from the drifter Fraternal, which was also tiink. hit ,\ i men were drowned. Th.; n.in?" drifter Copious whs ni- i ?truck by a mioa about the ?amc time as the others and sank. Only one n.ember of hei eroo vas saved and nine were drowi ed "The ti^ht was ?o close to the shoie that some of the shells dropped within a mile of the beach, one exploding within B few hundred yarnS of the naval air ?tation on the south side of Yarmouth. It is believed here that the German raiding squadron iotended * i bombard the roa?t." The correspondent of "The Da Mail" at Lowestoft gives the story ( t i Bien I ?? crew of the Britl h cruiser Halcyon. The sailor said: "We loft lonaoath at 6 o'clock In th<> morn np, and when about ton I nut vu- mol the Geraaon ?hips. Wa lib aged ... but supposed that they wore British, as we ?lid not j act to Bod the Germana ?? near th, "The onl] reply was I -h?>\ and ?oon . around us, the Germa- dly as pos ?ble, On? h? l toe who? I? houai ? be helms? ? ' .? - ?? 3 the funnel. >. ? ere hit about ght I m< -. aodi ??? , -? d V. l'-l .- a* s good rote, the gunnery of the Germans aras real pood. (?ur wireless was carried aw?) by *h.-;r second shot. "Jus* before 'hey cleared off one of cur destroyer? came up and put up a -creen of amoke from her funnel?. The Germans had tried fot forty-live min atoi to sink u?, hut failed, swine to the ca? tain' ? ? did leamanshlp. SON OF DUKE OF WELLINGTON KILLED British Casualty List Has Names of Twenty Officers Killed and Forty rive Wounded. London, Nov. 4. -A casu.il'... '.it which was issued t,<-night under date .? October SO contains the name.- of oAcen killed ur.d forty-flvo II i.'d. Those who mot death at the front ? ?. apiain Lord Richard 1 lay, socood .?on of '.h?' fourth Duke <>f Wellington, o: the Grenodiei Guards: .,- ? Colonel 11- I.. Anderson, of the '.'th Bhopal ! tad '.wo na? tive Indian otte? Ubooi I 10 woooded are Lieutenant Colonel Maxwell Enrla, of the Grena? Guarda, a member of the General Stafl of th? Wai Oflee; Lieutenant . : Y W. B. Gray, of th. !. ?'. . ' aptain the Hon B. Poaoonby, of the Grenadier G i aecond son of the eighth Larl o: Besa ifh; Lieutenant Colonel I. I. Wood, of the Boraer Regiment, ?sec? ond Lieutenant the Hon. R. G. Wino, Coldstream Coords, sldeot son air of the second liarvn ?it. Os ALLIES FREED FROM ATTACK! i ALONG COA! Invaders March Eastw. in Line Nine Miles Lor Toward Bruges. FIGHTING AROUND YPRES CONTINU Defenders Advance Around I -Germans in the Region of Vailly. Bj CU-1 to 1 ?" ir.a Slius, Holland. Vo-, 4 It i| dent that the Germans are in ret? on the whole front from Nieuport the River Lys, by way of Roul H ? .-? . ?.. ? ice between l mu.le. Huniers and Ypres, . rtd Germani erare obliged to retire, eei to the stubborn attaeks and the durance of Cue allied troops.. |i xm i.? in the possession of the Allie-.. said that 'iet-ichmcnts of I ? ? - ? ive reached Thielt occupil lace, but no contir: ? st hand. It is believed that Germans are taking up new positi - the line from Ostetid ^ia Bru to (.Lent. Alost an?l BrOSOOlO. <.? ? > rul von der GoltS went and informed Burgoma? Braun that factories must doll their raw mater,a! *0 the Gen authorities. The Hurgomastei- repl that thi- decision .vould involve cloring of all ?he factories and t .hi.000 workmen would be unemploy Th? graveet troubles are, in eon quence, feared. . Nov. \. A co.isidarablfi p ! of the extreme left of the G< rrr ,. ? '-,;, . beg.'. '''?'?'tu retir movtmont, sc?or-ln?* iviioih ofllc and unoi1i?-?al di-natche-a,/ym Helgii *0 to-day. Whether this ii the beginn re'reat behind the protecti of tho flo?"dcd land.-? along the ri? bank of the Vser or a movement conoontrate the retiring foroe egair the allied Une et Tpres or farth south i? s natter of conjecture. ! he Amsterdam correr ? Centra' Me* ? "; that then , | |??. i in Germane a retiring on the ? hale front from i'r fas la I hielt, fifteen miles southeast i Unices. .1 I ?? ..? ?ring can be heat Ghent, still fui land. V oi statement issued I fian Minister of War this afte noon, the in-iider?. In an nil ;.-.(.* Infantry, ce -, have mar? he?! saatward in lint sxtonding ,'r"m Leke, |ui the recent fighting position, to Thouro nbou. miles fur'her toward th German frontk i German?. Keep lp Attacks. The Germans, however, have kept u on the Allies' line around Ypres, where the Britis s are fighting. Although there i evidence that the new mam e:r..r' . im's force- to brea ?lirougli at 'his point has not ye :...nene...?l. th? " h ii n. m con i foreementi. en< ir, ??r preparing to make snother big attemp to g? ' thro -gh to the i Military i the allie have just ? * ngini reinforcements to thi ' ss hav. th.- Germans, and express contidene that a new attack will prove as fruit previous ? Fighting Hea?y Near \aill>. \ ? mat pee A - sad ? ? ?? German the extended batt snd Bi l| ium to daj. eecordlni ??? officers oho have returned hen from the fighting The Kreuch an! English troops. th.es?1 officer- sa), mu prog [hborhood of Pixmude ? other band, the Gar? man. are reported to have gained a small amount of territory in the re? gion of Vl I'tie. The hi ghting of the d in this region, i Germans, ? ? ned by Tu? Is S| ? snee, endeavi | their ?i?-.-..--. The Allies, aiil'-il by re:n forcemente, are sa??l te have blocked arge extent the furious attack? of the Germans, ami a small detach? ment of Frenchmen, although they net with heavy resistance at a brir. the Ai.-ne, are said to have tucccedi d :;. pushing on and gaming high ground, commanding the enemy's position. From this point th.* French opened a rakiT.g I r. on the I '?? Scient numbers t ? ?- . ."d to te SVOl 1 being eut to pieces. The few cannon taken b] M Germane, -.?id, were put out of commission hiifore the retreat. Say? Line I? Forced Back. A heiter dicoatch from Amsterdam quote :? tit of the "Tele graaf" it 81a lying the I ibting I setar* ? Ullei forced the German.? bac?, to the Jabbeke, between Ostend ui. ruge-. ?*d with freeh troops from Octend pi *.sed through Bruge? v thout ?topping. The Germans at Bruge* are expect? ing an attack from the Allies s .!-.br?deos ?re raiserl ? -?? ' GERMAN ARMY NOW SO SHORT OF OFFICERS ANY EDUCATED MAIM MAY GET COMMISSION tBt ?"ailla to Tfca TrT -ma.} ?openhagen, N'm. 4.?The German army la suffering from a shortage of officers. The "Berliner Nachrichten" makes the following comment in this connection: "Ininterrupted and exhausting marches attended with heavy lossea have (freatl) decreased the corpa of our officers. Officers are subject to nervous stress and frequently turn oat to be unsuitable In active BBOWtcO. Things went so far that in many places on the western front one lieu? tenant has had command of two or three battalions. "The War Offlre is making heroic efforts to till gap* crested tn officers' eorpo. The Emperor has Issued a decrw, according to which all persons who BOVO had higher education will h promoted to be officer? after three months' service." ALLIES BEAT BACK ATTACK AT YPRES 700.000 Germans Attempt to Break Through Line Be? tween Belgian Town and Lille, with Immensee Losses. I By Cable to The Tribune.] V-rth of Fran.DOOM of town COnoored), NOV. 1. Fighting agalaet terrific oddo, tin? niii'-d army hns fraotratod the gigantic attempt of 700,000 Germana to brook thoir lines between Fprea and Ule. They gained a tremendous vlctOiy. It ?v.-is n tlirfX' dayo' battle, In which fh?' storming ??t' trencbra ?md bayonet chargea ".to hourly occurrence* lighting - : vTedneaday. The greoteot effort of tho Oer? nifins \mis concentrated ?>n the British, at V'praa. Thej bad glveo u ' nf defeating tlie Allies' on the coaot and to envelope than by ? turning iii"v.-i,i.'!)t . they were ottaed in danger of being tbemaelvea enveloped *o ?m Wedneodfly night, a general advance on the All ea pooitlona bo the north of Ypres was ordered BATTLE LASTS I'll KEF PAYS Fog three daya the battle proceeded, oitta chargea and counterchi by infantry and caval-rj The first Impetus of tii*? Gorman omvet waa easll] brought t" i stondotlll by th?' British. Treinendoua ksaoea won Incurred in this mad charge, and bodlei were littered, two atni three deep over the lirM 100 yarda of their advance, in placea, the t,??ii??s roso n'?t. ?mlgcsi and Inrpeded the poogreea of the aecond and third German assault. Rut num* bora must soon tell, nini fresh hatMii.in- of the enemy, who olwaya appeared behind their rallen friendo, who iia?i been wtped gut by the htin?ir?vi t.;. oar ?hoi and shell, arrived, through (be sheer n?.?ni<>ntiim of a chnrgt? by .-nch I iiiur?' ninss. in tho npiglilxtriiooil of OUT frBrjdMN, GERMAN RAID ON CANADA FEARE! Pacific Coast Cities Aj peal to Ottawa for Protection. Ottawa, Nov. i. An lnsu'ent demai for ,-in ?ar?;, session of Parliament, fc lowed to-day the news of the Germi success in the Pacitic. Promit Her.ien is expected to return in mediately from Hot Spring??, Virgin i and the War Minister, Major Generi Hughe?, who i- OH his ?n; ''mm ?.? , land m the St. Pan!, is expected ! read) Ottawa Sunday. All the Canf dian Pacific Coast .-i'ies have kept th wires to Ottawa l lay with met -.-ige-? rilling the attention of the go* ?rnmeut to what npptars to them a a most serious situation. Owners o propertj in Vancouver, Victoria, Prmc Itup-r' an?l other Pacitic Coast citie fear a German naval attack, althougl it is understood that the harbors an? all appronciie? to them are pr ? V ?? erU thei gol?! to nterioi is Anticipatini possible ariti-German utbreaks OUS parts of th? country, the Cabine to-day had a long session and ieeuei instructions for hastening the work o interning Germans at.d Austrian- V th.? German paper? in thi W*l he required to print in full the British "White Paper," ?.ta 11 g ease in connection v;th the war thi goven ,?rne?l them - intine pr?? < irtie ?? - ral Sil \?. il in Ottei te ehargi I terning enemy ? The fact that the German warshipi had * - ?' ' ' to oa< t1.?-' '??li? as a clear indication that Germany had perfected arrangement! I the Seat, and it was fe * thai little ' lid at SO te round up r'eet until British an?! Japan..?,. ?? ?u - i g-Tao ?? ? : ? I* ierman fleet I under 'hreat of long dietaaee bombardment attempt to ?ribute on the eity of Victor.. Montreal, Nov. i The removal of many soldiers from the ?:uy, ?he pres eaee here of unemployed German and .nstl an r wrvlste snd reports of a possible raid by Germans from the . States have caused a number of prominent citizens to set about form? ing a home guard of three thousand I Ii Ha \ ? ng Minister o* Militia, inctioned the suspension o far this ?'orre upon their im? portaran into Canada. Vancouver, B. C. Nov. ' N<> appre m is felt here of a raid on Vic? toria and Vancouver by the German Srarehiaa which scored a \ .?"??rv ovcr the Bl -? ?ron in thi ?i Sunday. Besides the -apampe cru.-er Idl Brit --? cruisers Newuaotlo and .1- ?Ae'.l as the Caaadie - Kambo'v are attached *.o the -tatiun. There a lapaneee ararehipa off Honolulu and thi Croat Japane?e battle eruiser Kongo, wnich ha? a batter*/ of 14-mch s reported to be betavee Frnr.ciaco and Honolulu 1'he Bt of Juan, de K-ca, :n ?he v c.r.itv o.' Vic? toria hae beei I It Is anew ? I HOME MINE SINKS GERMAN CRUISER (Yorck Lost in Jade Bay Austrian Ship Sjnk to Avoid Capture. London, Nov. 5. Th. Gera -trui'k a mine In J,. I .ilk. Boj - .ir. i'il. ' of the North imm?diat? of the mouth of the Biver WTieer. It ? r. ., f Vt 1 ! belmahaven ii eatab i The annored .iii-ei Vorrk wan of ?.?.?'', o ton- and ? a! Hamburg m 1906 at a eoat of MM She carried ?'..is officers and men. Tokio. Nov. 4. In a statcmer-f issued here tr? lay the Navy Department says it believe! that the iierman.s at Tsing Tao have sunk the Austrian cruiser Kaiaerin Elizabeth, which took refuge in that harbor soon aftrr Japan de : war on Germany. It II also thought the Germans have destroyed . The Austrian cruiser Ka ib.-t'r,. reported Mol ?.err-..' - ? Taiog>Too harbor, evi? dently to prevent her falling into and-? <,f the Japanee? and I1rit;sh, who bova been vigorooolj homnar.ling th. fortO then, ? it of about 4,ri0n ton?. She ? : i . ',.? knot ship, an?! ha I eight 6.9 inch gona in her main ?"??ry In- Kaiaerin Elizabeth, a,-r,?rd mg to previous Japam-.e reporta, I ri,.- forts in reply '" ' ? Japan.-? and Britisl 4 .1, Parr: from T-l-N'n:.. tung 1'" >? 4 th" Japanese I - before Taing-Too have destroyed tWOO ?y-si?. German guns and CBptur? . era. The Japan*?- etttlerj ? now ?'.tack ing 'he German treoehea and the wire entanglements h-fore them. -.',.-? I Since yesterday , word has been received by ? - telegraphy from the defender?, of I- : g-Tao. Tv.e Japan--. v.egari a ?rre?s gi iyi igo. The Eoat and ?Veal N m I Kureau ? - it a r?o y th?- following of? ficial ; -nt made by th. Gel ??: i- Stoff in Tokio: November 1 'he Japanese Soot, r nips, made an erfecrtve bombardment on the Iltis . V ! a m, NovemUr J, the A . ? trian cruiser Kaiserin E ..- been blown up m Kia??< Hay. "On November \ *h.- floating dock ?n the Tsing-.N'ao harbor DUTCH REFUSE COAL TO CRUISER Willamatadi 'ira...... N L?It reported that the German Karlsruhe baa sent a ,..ra!.<- diapotch . ; : ? I . ?. hut that the Dutch colonial govern men', has refused tu grant permission. x order prohibit- the coaling of belligerent aroi VOaaoll here, and coal exportation ? forbiddon. Merchant, steamers are allowed only enough coal ' t? -h ,"k,-'i H. M. S. MINERVA SHELLS A TOWN ON THE RED SEA President Wilson Awaits Declarations of War to Declare Neutrality. DARDANELLES FORTS AGAIN BOMBARDED Russian Battleship Sunk; Also Two Turkish Vessels-Ber? lin Claims Check to Allies. London, Nov. 4.?The British cruiser Minerva has b??mbarded the Arabian town of Ilieddah (Jiddah"), on the Ked Sea. Available records ?how no ?ea por' of Dieddah on the Red ?"?ea. but Jiddah, a town of ?op inhabitants, is. the chief seapor* Arabia, in the Ft ef Hcjaz, sixty-five miles northwest of Mecca. and - From the sea the white minaret Shew plainly -.? ith.n the wails of the town and give it a picture- . appearance. lh?' angles of walls on the .?? r*. fr??t r are sur? mounted by fort In the northern part of *h. is a tomb sar.i to be that of BvO. Nearly half the population is Arab. Large numbers of pilgrims pa?? through Jiddah each year on way to M [I able m 1 \then-. No.. 4. An American war? ship has srrtvod a* Beirut, Syria, to protect *he Christian population in Asia Mine*. During the beeabenhoant of ? ; Dardanelles h Turkish nerop'aie as I scended from Oaflfpol I, but WS ' and was obliged te ?les, Petrograd. \"' 1 Th' ? onletal eommaaicatioa from the staff BoselM army in the Caaes ?Made public toda?, : .r ?roop. have el fron ' tier of Turkey, and. af*er having driven bach the Turkish ad guards, they took possession, sfti gagemeni ?. of tl Karakiliss?e, Passinka \ I B Kl'.r . "Tl:. g suffered their ?:? The towi - met Iioaed in the .-. Tur ith of th?' , boundary line d irkey from thi . ? 1 his In from the Ble sa la s th?s ???rly dir? . ? Berlin Says Anglo-Russian Attacks on Turkey Failed Her, I | :.'..- : ?? i - en .-a out to ? to-day as fol "Th.* first encoun'er frontil r, in ? hich I r Rasa an fi res froi salted unsuccessfully f^r the Rasi "Nil by the 'I urh - h.id on boar.; di tined for the hlockadn-.g ?.f i water-. I'hi? fad prOVCI the ho-til?: intentions ot that ? Engiand is a pol asi,.' I ? - a r m ? ?anuid be difficult to replace "Th.- not.- of Sir Edward Gray, the British Foreigi denouncing ,Turae>, handed te the Italian govern? ment by the I Anibasaador, has created in Italian political circles an impression unfavorable to England, as iwa England's tear of Turkey." Brit N'ovember 1. say? an official ar.no. icement issued here I i el urki?h port ??? tvkahal 'ed a land? ing. I afti Dispati it a Brit ? ah on No? vember '.', it did no if fhe It? Bg eai it an extreme r.?'.ge and la.te.i minutes, jltaneously, it .r reported, two British eruiaera ?? w shot? at the seepert of J?*'... Palestine, but r?-*ire ! under thi . ? ?. ?n artil ? A dispatch received here from Co penhegi i .rmstion officiel?/ to-day, -ter at Pet? the imm?diats re ?i? forces of occupation in P. : >'? ? SIS time past haa maint i ,-*rr .on? in the northern portion si Bel I The Hague ar.d ? -furter Zeitung" from Vienna *ay Paciia ha? been ap ' of the Dar? I, and that Uzet Pacha and Shukn Pa. ha havr tak? en comtnaml of Turkish armies. A large number of Turkish vestal* and recentlv .purchased merchantmen have been chang? ary cruis? ore, the Vienna dispatch .a. last four >ears, ha- \. ed thi poete of Ufa i ?? . ?? : -in -chief tl i ror ?-? foi e? ef of the ? ? ' ? .?? ar CH from I irkey the 10 ? .- of a plot to place him on the tr.rone of Albania. -lukri Pacha ami at one time ? .,. .?-.... ,- I .... ?? ,,1-,,-. -I..