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Wh?", ::, nawi arrived of hat pre?
enee at t .??>>? Island it was expected
thai the r riMii-'i would emulate the ,???
ie Nurnberf .it Fanning I?i
and, bul ' wa? ?rvidi tl* prevented
? timel) arriva! of the Sydney.
betel n I , i? mar.
at 7 a. m. on Monday
and *?ns n h i ? t?? damage the cable efflca
bafor? Sydney, but
th i? di?! not pn main! enanee
? imun ical ion? I! i? alao i
tteabled I statlni
The Ail??. , meal aaaouac
c 'he deatl mi
' I ? bo! tling up ?>f iho K???'i .
i? ads:
"After the whereabout? of
11 I .,,! been i ? by th?'
.?Hack
1 ;V a
?i as an angi i i ;? the Admit i
x and a thoraUgh
llidinc la Shoal Water.
tea ' "N r M, In
red ! ?
B Chatham. Captain Sidney R
. 1 ? .
River,
?
\
a greater draugh!
which probabl*
d on the banks i
"Boll th? ntr? - i the
?
apture
have
:?> Mock
? -
? ?
and unable to
harm. 1
ing for hi -
?
"Aaothi . combine.'
by fi.- he tierman
? r
m progress. Ii
.\ i '?? ? i. ? ded by
French. Ru
'.ral'.an
wt.rships Melbourne
i : ?
The Finden Farced I?? Fiffct.
eh hid been
Keeling or <
led an arm?
re th?
- I
?
?fuhr, '
'
three
Th-j
Kmde: and burned.
?
:
the German
whole 1 Indian ?
hip?.
ralty.
sent
I
'? .
? ?
lervice
? iction
comman?':
e of Blai
?
?
The to the
?
? ?] | .
?
the Mali
ENGLISH EXPERT LAUDS
EMDEN'S COMMANDER
i i?v Cabl? t,, T_a Tl ll an? I
l.onil?in. No?. |1,?The ttaial ex
perl oi "The Ds.1v < hronicle" *a>s:
"The expiait? al the Finden have
bocino famous, ?nil are likilx to
ramala faawM in ihe annul.- ?>i
na>al warfare. N?i ne? it ha?? yel
l?es?:i riten C.I ol the laic ?it Ihe
gallant Captain Karl ?on M?ller,
her rontni.tnili-r. \*h?t hnndleil his
ship nith the ?kill of an a.ionx
pli-hod ?on officer ,?n?l inainliiine?!
ihe eaarieaj ??t ? cMvalraaa urn
tientan. He lias boon an mnament
lo the s?-., prafaa?loa an?! nn honor
t<? the biolliirhood ??f I lit? sea. and
it is grcatl] lu be hoped that he
sun ixi-s in loll the tale"
:?? ?- - ? ,., ar
on lier dr. k aid a .1 nt?:ir ?"-.- fing run
up. litu- disguised, she ?teamed bold
'?? into the hajbor, paaaing unchal
:i?r:. and ? t. ,i
Ruasian i ruis? i Jemtchug
h destroyer, I hen she took t?
I , .allied
?
Ko i ' ? can be ?
the value of the veaael? destroyed !,x
h i?
I v. Iii.-i* loss has
ri.'t been report? t to the
bottom by > ?? ? M ei
.1" I , ' . .
'
? '
e the bei
? ?
ntm? - impossible
to obtain d?finit? infi
d for.
Speed Her Best Wit
The > ,igest gun? were or.lv
4.1-inch. Of the?? ?1 Her
.
r?-- \x uli ease and th?
cape 11
?
bin? in the
een attain]
to put r.n end to her career.
more or
mystei
month without running short of ?
?
?
captain of the I
? :,? his own? r
:
?
?'
liter, when word x\ ,
?
v, ?
sunk '.'our \
l?aak Three \ ?-sels in Da?..
'
ptembi
appeared ?
Ragoon, v
?
? ? u
put Hito Sj '? .
?
taken by a
capt?
ured
?
i
on Novembi
??iiuadr
ij.Ill.llSi?biiUI CvClV
KJ 5t>4 bbt -sBirfc? Sftfth-Wrmiir. *f 46? a??e 47T?,
Fashionable Fur Coats & Sets
?SY.'j in full-skin animal effect? and other smart
designs?selected prime pelts?Coats in the
n?w liare styles, with smart "Mephisto" col?
lars of self-fur or in ermine, skunk and other
contrasting effects.
COATS OF HUDSON -I AI .-al $12$ and
Usually $130 and $195
COATS OF ( AK.-V UL?ci &?$ and hi
Usually SI 15 to $133
JVtwIt} Fur Cm/?, ft.*?, #2??5, ??/50
Values $3U? to $630
Fur Sets?Exceptional Values
BEAUTIFUL NATURA1 BLUE I OX SETS.
DYED !?' ETS.$i4Si *
NATURAL I IMli.K SETS.$?7?
K LYNX SKUNK aad POINTED FOX SETS.
B1..V K I ox m SKUNK-RACCOON SETS..,
Novelty Combination Sets?$25 ^ $95, $125 ttP
??BB?ZI^^?SrZ3KB^
SELECTED FAMILY DINNER, $1. $*
??DINER CHOISI," $1.50.
TEA AND SUPPER DANCES
BUST?NOBY'Sp
- . , ? i z'. ;'?>. ' ' . e. re; ?va;/
I ?a o famous Ktslauraul*? Caban Is Artistiques
i -f"'"1 ?*> '?' * ""
ii.i I ntM in?. ISI8T?l'l 11"^ M "i ? PATBO?*
IP*
mirai S r < hrietophcr Cradock, was
d?fi ..,
I h? I- tilden had a complement ef B?5I
n?,-?i. Rai armament consisted of ten
1 ! ?m ii rani. eight !? pot dei md
four machine guns She ?i s * as
equipped ?rita tare submerged ? '?'?'?' ,|,r,>
torpedo tub? . ?'he cim-.?-r displaced
S 800 ton Bhe eras Ml feet lon| and
had a beam of 19 i 3 feet Bh? ??? ? ?
laid down at Dant i| In IfOt, and cam?
i-ii ted In May. IfOf
Th?- Australian cruiser 8ydnej
bati'-ry ef slab? ?'? Inch
guns, I'n giving hi a heats adran
n si tin' OermaB ship. ^ hile
.? ,,f the two warshipi ? ss
theoretically equal, that of the Emden
snot ?. ns miHinit th?- 8]'??
' I 7. the I'm niei probiil'lv vvilt
foul i.nd l,?-r engiaai badly racked
?',.1.? hi ' three monthi of Hltn<'?t run
i rui liai m southci n ?? i?t. - ..
chasing und beiag chased, and ?alta
i.,, i',-it ?',,,- rel'tttlliR 01 ?'''I' il I
There ??"? two groaps of lalandi
! called ?ocos, One ii if the Bay af
Bengal, fortj fivs miles north of <?!?????
Andaman Islaad, and the ether Ii MO
miles off it,.- ?restern eitremlt| "f
Jara, ihn lattei group if knowa Hito
he.-line Islands. Hare ?!>? >
tation roanecting Australia,
Java :?? i Madagai ,-.-ii ii ere era in?
I cable ronneetiona with the Cocoa Isl
i n in tHe Bay af i,;
Th?- Koenigsb? re alao has preyed "t?
, .- itnca the beginning <>f
the war. in;" her luceessei hare In no
iched those of the I den
I the Hriti-h eruier 1', .; ,
.',.,, libar Harbor on September
20 Thr Pegasus ?n> eaui bl ?>' ?'< dl
ii ?I,,- wai nndergoiag r?
pAJ1 ty-flVS ,,f her crew w.-i -
, .-,1 and eighty wounded,
i prol
. ?. d
;- feet
p?cd ol H
, of ten it Inch gun
i. but
lo G?
ALLIES CHECK
FOE'S RUSH
I i.nlliiiiril fiiini pinje I
lutt month At the end ol Septembei
? :
ie from Verdun to Cam
on our pai ; a ould only
driven the enemy hack h
, lii .: ;., any great itrat .
:
? ?ping fo
?
!? ...??? whi? h
? I with par! to us
f th?
?
on our lei
, not rieh
?
. their
munication would be
. ?
Allied Attack on German
Right Balked by Floods
, Nov. ii [via Th*
ndon) Th ? inundation!
:r prevented the Ger
;? their wi.y alonp the
to reach I
g equally unfavorable
the Alii?
I thesi
. - hcen ohlii
the coast,
i Nieu] rt" si
s point hns nut yet been occu?
pied by the Alii?
according to Informa
ntrat
ea for a I nal attack in
?
?
?
an?! tl thwest
on it
?p.ld to h?- much lets favor .
of the French
nd th? sbl? ? ay in
?
Bril ?
a be 11) ing even
? i
? ? .-.? orne vil?
!
hand evei
? l
? I Vser.
of th?>
war, l.iv?- t over tint and
which gives no oppor
? ?
Germane, in this fighting in
? ander . bave ?mide u'e of regiments
composed O? volunteers recruited from
the 1 ? ? of Berlin society
are men of hiifh standing,
ty-two trans of German wound
i tot ' three bun
I thi l eis on
-. bound for German).
Snow Drives German! irom
Positions on Vosges Heights
?? bi a? v ? no
lountaim and the
1 ', i ? l ?. ? . r
to have '.?.th great difficulty n
ih"ir reaerv? dar illery gun
the hi'i^'l:t-< Into
1 ?
? ?
t th?
RUMANIANS PREPARE
TO JOIN CONFLICT
: m, Nov. n. "The Morning
rres] at Ba<
Rumania, .-<?;. tira* a deputation ef
: .i . former cabinet
I d politicians, following an
audience of King lized S
' .
. vowed nui pos? to prepare the
?
ASKS ABOUT SUBWARI?NJES
Secretary Daniels Warns Ship?
builder of Neutrality Law.
10. Although
? i ? ; the For?
. ?
bmai ?
i| ?
. (11,000,000 -
n!t lor ??i? Bt Hi itain
'
Mr. Powell went to the Navy
to talk
rpedo boat ? Dan
pah*
report that his firm had eon?
?', build ubmai ?na i for Kurope
i? ? Mr. r , -ell ., d he had no
tecretai
A
?
.1 be
dina th? con
? t.- and h
ibroad to be a The
aojad war: not discussed furthei
CHINDA DENIES JAPAN
HAS WIRELESS HERE
German E_mbet-iy Abo Ridicules Maint* Woo* Story*?
Meanwhile Sacrd Service Men Find Unknown
Station in Lower California,
, I' ,:r . i I
u ,i ihington, No?. in I uapli Ion
t'nnt 'in. i. ? i m un and Japeneee govern
1 manta im?.?ral x, Ireleu station
planted on. ihe Atlantic and Paglflc
coaati ni" wholly unfounded, ?a fur a?
J i n i? concerned, at least, according
to the Japanese Embaaay here,
\ denial "f llie reports about tl"'
stciit wiri'it-s itatiaa? oparated by
Japam x?as made by Baron
?bin.la, Japanese Ambaseador, who
callad a* the Department <>f Btate to
?Im 'l i,, an,Im? lador al o e/aa Inter
n the detention of ?uepected
pica at Honolulu, bul Hi?' <!<?
partmenl bn- not yel received a full
' ' of the fa? '
\t th" ?.liman Embaaay the Implied
a, ''."n tb.it Germany has bren on
ei at Ing ? ? i tal "i? liffithe Maine
m ood? xv.,, ridicul? <l.
I he Nax ?? 'ii? going ahead
?ni: n vlgoroui inveatigatian <?i the
?rirele ' ? ?eially, it being
claimed thai i ei ap i of ?"eral isa
pielou? radiogram? have been inter
eept? ?I by i ov? i ni lenl opei atoi
,tet .?Jervlc? men are working diligently
>ii tin- eaee, deaplte I he at. Ituda of
the German and Japaneaa diplomatic
i eon "iiiiii Ivea?
It win enncuneed t?? day 'hat Rccrei
Sri vice men an I . .1 I ?? I ? I" 1 I
had located ? hitherto m non n**l
at Fa 1 nada, I au er California, no!
the l failed ? tatea boundary.
Official? believe xvor?l .??' the impend
lllg luxe ' i; r on, "? 1? ' ?1 X'. a . i|etel
mined upon t',?" I have
gol to the station quickly, as the
radio ??? pel I reported ll I ad aal been
talking f??r the lasl twenty foui i,",'.
11 , United State authoriti? . o
roui,,', bave no j ?i *? i diction oxer ?
?ii? I. t;.'Ian en M? can ?. i
brief came to hand I i
day did n.* . stabli h the nationality
of th? ?tal ron or x? in it va?
GERMANS FORMALLY
GIVE UP TS1NG-TAO
Japan Takes Full Posses?
sion of Germany's Iiast
cm Stronghold.
Fond??.i. Nov. 10 Ti??' (Irrman
ta?, act aiding t"
?Il the l entra' Neu -
r Shanghai, onditioaallj
? ',i .lanar, n- 10 O'clock this
. ?
.. ' I
: . a di
. \??\ 10 A detallo; i ' ?,
.
tao I ? nade public. It ?hows
the Germ in
letei ?.?'.! by the
I of life
, rid? need in
th" war with R i
Led b] ? d< lai'hment of em
a bo ? i1".' dei magatin? of
coil In 1 ?? ?
Germai
i , n " bullet? from
? ?.
? ?
? .?as on the
.i ? Germi
sll .?n one fierce
?he moon
tki had I ired tl.r
der was |
? ?' city
a*, oidi d.
Berlin, Nov. 10 (via wireln to Say?
. : . I he "N'oxui!
! ' ? ..??', re
illy tha! the Japan?
i from '
?,f a
Ivor.
l"
...
?
? the tt*n :?
?,,u;?l be :'
. . ?
'
? . ? ? .1
, ' ? OWI
acced? to the
?
? ?.
?
. -o J;.
on.
rang
,I>r ?n a: ?? al U Orl I ma.n
?
i r? rned a- the end of the
war.
?
recru?
not t r nnl? i ?
t the All
or threaten
' .lanar:
BRITISH MARRIAGE
RATE INCREASING
London, n..v. 11. Notwithstanding
of young men to the
war, marriage! in Fnglund and Wales
lor tti>- quartet ending October t were
i j pel ? ? .' greater than the mean rate
for the ten preceding quartera, tha
i 7.4.
In the s; me period thl birth rate
was l.ri per cent i?, low the mean rate
:. and the death
,? u\ ?ra| e.
SLAP AT ARMY OFFICERS
Wail Nov. |0. Secretary
lared to-day thai ?
ng to
< ongre i with their troub ?
to pro?
ation dealing with the policy
. irtment.
"I am read] and a ?Hing 'o furnish
tiv? ith all
?. -. can ?bon the
ui my, and ?? ..I am I
sibl? of the rVai D?
that I i hould |
? Hi ?..i, i : ion.
? ? '/lit of I ??rrt-res?
? ilion aimy other - tu testify al
. eommitteea, but
:. !'..- should first be consulted
elicited I
? ? i.i my and navj o '
w? re i estil
tion o redneii of the I
States for xv,,i.
KING GEORGE PRAISES
BRITISH COMMANDER
London, No\' 10.?hing George
hai sen! Ihe tnlltiH iitK i onimuiiii a
tinii to sir John Preach, cmmm-mIm
of the Hriti?li evpiditionai > force
mi I ho 1 iiiiliiitiil :
"The ?pli'iidid plack, spirit and
rndaraace ?hawa bj mj traopa la
the deeperat? fighting which has
?oiiiiiiued ?o nianx da.? h against
vastly ?apartar forces fills me ?a ith
admiration. I am ?onfident ?if Ihe
final result of their noble efforts
under ><>ur able command."
G cap H?! French replied, thanking
llit* Kiti|" tor tin- BMaaagU, which
he s.i.d had hoen receiied niib
gratitade and pride by the army.
Be eaeared the ivinjr "of nur unal
teralilo determina! nm to uphold the
bigbeei traditions al xour inaji-tx's
army and ?airx Ihe TflfBlgl
thraagh In a victorious conclusion."
GERMAN THREAT TO
STOP BELGIAN FOOD
Interference with U. S. Re?
lief Work Indicated by
Proclamation.
Loi don, ' i \ ? Hon Is?
land os t; .
eiftcal
Reut? ' m '.m Amsterdam, to
?trip ;he .. of i.l i.-, the
Ameriei - the
unemployed un I ga to
work.
u bi ': Informed ef the n
t by Germans ii
,'! t.y ti,- Ameri
can Relief . ?? ?
the H<" I -
?
? -
', the distressed
' lid :
Page, at advised to tl
'
,
in London and Belgium, of which Am
chair?
man, as it ws
.? to
!
nt may
Dut two
||r-.;. A I
'.
reiterates thi
.??i ne? ds an
I .
keep it tion, I
?
pie ret
their former ? ? ?
- ?
.
popu
' II Informed I
?
, ' s Belgiai
r
?
- '
. ai and
raw t
? -?! th?
? m to ??? ork.
ere these
. rman ?
?
the fai
-
??i. has
? isei
?. i ? m to
?u. Belgians
-
. i ti.
-
ody to le ve the coun
. hoys
bctweei i thir?
ty, Bl ?ntlnual movement of
worn dad and fresh
? g great ai i
ic'ion,
lay, are pn f? rabie to
; , ' ':? : Btion, whilf
? - ? ? t1 .--i-d by the Gar
, of $1 DO, " hich popularly i.s
tion.- between tl ins and their
MRS. WHITNEY ?N
RUSH FOR FRONT
Reaches London and Will
Go to Paris To-day with
Ambulance Corps.
don, Nov. in Mi Harry Payne
Whitney, Robert Bacon and the re?
maining twenty-seven members of her
Keii Cross i ed to London this
- i tan .. and gat a
11..- A mi ' i- eral bom ??'
bard ? | ag ior the continua?
tion of 1 ?Paris? In
? ? the i reneh I onsulate
tamped Its rise < ".--nine
? j
.
?
of mei ?
Mr. Baco le a hur? : t to
Page, ? si nformed
riaer to wait for the
? , morr?n morning ria Polkstone,
lliptOll,
tvhieh he and Mrs, Whitnej decided to
i .
, .- ipac
.
to Mrs.
1
v :.h the
Bi d rep?
Of the I
?
"There is nothing to say abo it
corpa beyond what Is known in New
York already. Naturally I want |
to the fiont as BOOB SI possible. Our
tea ai which eroi
? ... . ? a Id ha i
?here
we an '
?ji?!> '
I
?
?
but the .-.. ac
company b< ? Grai
charge of l?r. Martin.
TURK AND GERMAN
"FIT COMRADES"
Lloyd George Calls Them
Eastern "Ravagera" and
Western "Desolators."
MSOUL OF A DEVIL"
STARTED THIS WAR
Chancellor in Speech Denounces
What He Terms "Contemptible
Umpire on Bosporus."
. Till.?in- 1
London, Nw i". Lloyd George,
i haneellai of th? Exchequer, mad?
? f ', IgOrOU :.ch on the war
t.. the Aeeejaablj al rre? Churehmea
n London ta n .?i.*. denying Grant
Britain'? reaponaibility for the wai
II? aid:
"Wi ' ' armed for Continental
war! are, but we I i ?d < '?? i?'r"??t
i| u" tai y m ray the a arid b?
moi'tli t we shall don
bl? r*. We harbored ne design?againat
Germany; w? maintained no 'luarrel
with Germany. As the Lord liveth,
igaged m n" eon ?pi racy again?!
w ? ar? in ? his x?ai
mot i\ e ? of p i real chivalry to
the W?
Spea king oi I',' '.. ? ?.., I.. I bancal lar
mlI:
"The (iermnns rnlih"'! the H
of their food to ma n their ai miea.
'?> Americ
;. i, 'You fe? d thei i ' it ".a? not
? |(
"U , ,tlonal
? I ?her '? i.ltur?'
\\ ? did our be t to
e could 1
if Ineelcnco and
injurie- than ?I the
face of tha tn ? ded h? r be
???rr'.ritl
lil.? empira on th.. Boaparu?. I an
ii r?i be called to his
? l'rt. The r? -agen af Ar
?
mrades. Th.- i'urk of th?
! ' ?nd the Turk of th" V.
both ruthl? i military empire?, .?nth
r?ne god, and that la violence,
"within the la ' feu da baa
!? ?I ?a to meet one of the
greateei generala In the Prench ?-my
.and to talk to him of hi? ?
in the war and to learn whit ha had
witne ? ' Ihe < image, th.ir, the
and i e said to me, 'The man
,, ? . ? ? ? ..
oui of a devil* it cam?
"rom ?
in this Pn whi? h
beei lighting for three months."
a -
WAR RISKS DOWN
25 PER CENT
War risks to ccrt.un Fri-!?rn pott?
the German cruiser Emdi
cent sphere of influence fell 26 per
cent yesterday as soon as the news
? fr-"'n London that the
had been destroyed and the
Koenigiberg bott!?-d up in an African
hile pleased
ubout the elimii un? of their
lisposed to throw pru
denc?
te?.
"It muai i"- remembered," ?aid on?
of t!-.. ? . ? ... is by no
means clear I ( Cerman vessel?. Th"i"
dron at large tl
ia I ? ' Chili
? feu now? xvhere
'?'? ?
shin are I r from Kiao-<
h. , i whei
?
"It la true thai nd Jap
ring th
the Get
pretty 11
?
at lai er?
a chai
may be pursj .ff th"
west ? '? ea will
ci.tch - n ride B
a Gar
and
.i ? 00-mile
ere fro ??
Insurance men generally ?
elined I credit to the t?
that ladrona wer? on
? ?? Pacific, via Cape
Horn or the Strait of Magellan. The
aid, seemed to carry
dl proof on their face.
While the rate? to Far Fastern
ports have been lowered, the
! Ii ee? on the North. Sea have been
almost doubled becauac of the in?
? I danger from floating mines.
ind i riten a .11 make no quo?
in ha te ver.
x r d yeaterday about the r?port
that bankers were chary <>i buying
lulls againat exports of eotton bu?
ild not get satisfactory
them, an
underwriter said that this was bt
luranee would be written by mo-t
broken except when the carga WH3
consigned to a definite peraon in a
t.. utrul country for a definite <i
t ion. The custom before the war was
for cargoes to be con Igned "to order,"
a fact which mad" it easy for the
bank to get its money back abroad.
But as it is now, with cargoes con?
1 to part . p toi i, then
? r,,' ... . d moment of the
parson? before they
can be negotiated
GERMANS ARREST
MEN ON DUTCH SHIP
London. Nov. 10. A Reuter ?ii. patch
from Amsterdam
"A telegram from Fluahing state*
Itch steamer I
left Antwerp
?? ? -topped by
I? iala ?".t Fort
the Dutch frontier. The ship waa
?l and all men between th.- age?
and thirty years wen er
rested, although they had authcnt.c
_
YOUNGEST WAR NURSE
Miss "Dramen Tells Experience
with Rude Russians.
'T x? a - al I .n bow," laid His? :
Dramen, the yOUl . nurse, who
: ,?'i tha Campania yeetcrda;
there iva? lighting tnr> ?? miles away.
Russian prisoners xvere brought in, and
my mat ?, who ha?l been nurs
luic th? ind B ' ' em hot eof
i hej >? the eupe from our
bey would accept
" 'We' '. this roun'rv ; : ?
,' ?.
?
Witi. '? Pauline Dm?
spent
. I Croa? hospital.
Hungary Bogs for
Aid of Rumanians
Venire, Nov. 10.?It I? stated here
that ( mint flan, the Hungarian
Premier, hot ?ddre.ied letter, to
the t'tri-vU, Oriental and Rumanian
arcfchlahapa, promising political
caMoeeloua ??? the Rumanians in
Austria in return for Itumiinia't aid.
Among the < on? entina, all'-ged lo
have lieen promi.ed are complete
ainnetty for all political offenders,
permisti?n to ute and ditplay the
Hum u. -m national colors, a re?
vision ?if the franrhi.e which will
a.ture to Rumanian? .i?1?,(.?..?.- rep
reeeatetioB ?n elective bodloa and
In Parliament and ? ref?irni of the
school laws.
I
GERMANS JOBLESS
IN NEUTRAL ITALY
Fire-the-Waiter Warfare
Spreads to All Kn^lish
Ovvned Hotels.
fllj I'?I || "? Th? MtaBM I
Lan Jon, Nov 10, Hotel.? in
controlled by Englleh eompaaies, or ??
which Engllahmen have Snnncinl ir.'?*r
eate, have discharged ail Oernuin em?
ployee, according to ?.'?vires n
by an o (lie of the big hotel
compa??as hare, thu? carrying the war
an waiters, cooks an.!
OVaS even to M
1 were
taken to rid BOt? ? ? '?errnan em
ployaa
It was explain??! th..-.* BUOng o?-h??r
reason* the presence of Germans in
Cngliih owned hotels mitigated i
Why I
New York
Loses Industriez
a? I
II b ? . ?-1 1,. ??'-**.
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il ")m? b?,
THE PROBLEM OF
OREATER NEW YORK
AND ITS SOLUTION
I u__n
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'?riimin Timmthm
_
'h.'tn. I* -'.u? MOOrtl
'.err;. ?.vr* itjjl
ostracized even h
? ?.
WILSON AGAINST BIG NAVY
from 1
Washington, Nv ,p?t# .?.,
declaration thai I
prepai ?on :'??
rn to-day ( - ? ,
I ~.? M
forWS ? Sir
l artharmoro, th? ? r.o ,r'.
rr".,?? in the I
ring th? - ''Tin,.
w.li be ms . the ?ht
????gre??
lid take ho! ! i"?'ion tr.<
rai?-" the limit of I
?
? port, it ii an
teod, erfll i - -."leihisi
'- it to
'?ntrtl
(?oar.i, of '?'? bid . ?j ta?
I, will a-?k ? tmt um
poaaibly four batt ar.d that i
' 'grtil
when tl I ippl -i l -a , .m?, m
B. Altaian & (Co.
Women's Entton Boots
' styles about to be C;zcGni\r.v.zi ' ~e of
sizes not complete in every style}, ers. :e:ng
ed, regardless of former . at
$3.75 & S4.7S per -..
JMkfy Ammr - iHa??amt Auront
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VOTING COUPON
- coui on. proj : i I
Void After November 25, 1914.
Credit Votes to S
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Mail to tl ?
PATHESCOPE EDITOR. NEW YORK TRIBUNE.
Nov. II, 1914
The PMhescope Voting Coupon, which W9* u-intention
ally omitted Sunday, will be printed next Sunday, in addition
to the regular coupon for that day.
Pathescope Editor's Daily Letter
to the Boys and Girls
GREAT ACTIVITY THIS WEEK
?Pathegraph injects new
spirit and purpose incoe'
test. How two schools
are furthering their cam
paigns.
Wednesday, v ...
Dl AR BOYS AND GIRLS:
Heal surprises are being
in the Pathesc? ?pe conte
thick ever?and from places entirel This
sudd ..<
pho -ich will be given the school whic yea
vote this
Pupils arho bad been lagfing In their i ?? I Path*
scope are waking up and hurrying lo gel
Pupils win? bave not done anj fat ii ?
Pupil*. \?. ho have been very at . i c*
obtaining coupons ami subscriptions. ' -;1 '3*
tending to help are now e< i trd.
rhe Pathegraph I tnd com
in ever) d
derful ph i ffe?
i
. ., i0 ..
oui bulletin hoard, which I
work, rhe letters are cut out ??: i ''
Illuminated bj i storage hatter? .. I ?,ii$
has its name blazo d ? rh"
far ?Mass 6A_ has led . M li
and entei ;
P. S. 58, Manhi id i
pup '
; ' ard F. ?McS :
. ? . ? ' r.
boys and girls In school. Although N is but i recaa
entry, it I
Yours heartily,
/ OJcfcx^ut^
?COTE?The Patl the mot
the most ?
Saturday, N ; ' '
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