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oRrriHW' of the t\el?l ana] ? ? >. RULE OF GERMANS GALLS LUXEMBURG People. Indignant at Regu? lations. Now Speak Only French. .n.l Doch) of I BBS B Nan LL (This eh h.i? alinont hren . ..-vr aipiiH of nnrvat ; ,,. m-e.l li?rm?n r??st of the I -,iavei"i . 01 man ce- ? are mi Ni.intir .-?il ?-. e eren ?re. . . t'r.r.-e ? ? the only REPORT OF SINKING OF CANOPUS DENIED \ rumor ? ? ? gfk EXECUTORS' M THE Havemeyer Residence i, - ? ? ? ' i UNDER TH EMEN1 OF THE American Art Association I ? -???.. Ri Mrtctta Eh?, tk! K ? - r Duncan, 1 -,i Execators ? In I.. Hareneyer lore \. Ila>i.me er; THi Costly \ntique and Modern FI RN1TURE Cisllery of MODERN PAINTINGS es oi Kare QOBEUNS TAPE TRIES "Lee Fries c/V Village ??DER MICHAEL AUDRAN After th? Design? of Etienne Jesurat Bro- bles, Antique and Modern Silver, Chii Por elain- \rms and \rmor. Books, Punt? and v Colors, Draperies, ? Light any other interest ? blteta and ilion? MUR!. itiqac 1 extlles nntl ! mhr,,, Carta, Bric*a?Brac and f.P??1T. rrci ON FREE VIEW I HIS ? v AND TOMORROW (FRIDAY 19 A.M. UNTIL! P.M. B HE PREMI ! ?? ? I i: i SOI i I ? M . ?? ? rkai ?n ??? i i*i MISS MORGAN ACTS IN GERMANS' BEHALF 1.1 lov. II. V. , <-?.ril<> dispai ? ? Made in America Special $20 Sale When the war .tarted, foreign mills notifii ? cy would lc to fill our orders. We imn i inked American mills to We have received our first shipment ? \ lusive patterns made for us . mills to m. ' eigtl labras. Ai: ?it couldn't tell the difference. BUitl and overcoats?that in for teriala would cost $10 to $i.s more. Exclu? Here's ? chance to show the ^m) md save money at the same time $20 Suit or Overcoat $20 Broadway A 9th St. jVrnfr-etm BULGARIA MAY BE A SECOND BELGIUM < oiitlnt?.?! frum |>aa_<> I ?i??,)?ifr the obstinacy .?I Turkey, l?.m succeeded in bolding lu? ground over the islands question and secured tin re-occupation ,-f Epirus, w?t.i 'he approval ol nil the powers. ntcrests,' Bays Ih? "Vol Sah h coincide with Raiga interests, impose apon het thr dutj of mai linin : a rigid neutrality in the ,f the tirw complications ?.?nae.i t>* tl < action ol Tnrkej II do? s this, Balgaria ooghl t<- do iht ? ? thing ' "No furthei news hai been received t ? ? < i-i * regarding Mir p ?t',,rt? thai are understood to be still proceeding i - bring about - !v.i'?v.tn asderstandtag, ii ??- believed thai ??t 'ins moment the chid ? i \ tT i cultv U n?rt between Knlyr.ir in mu? Servia, t?ut l?t-. e?-.-n Bulgaria awl Ku ?anil " |Hy Cable to The Tribune] Rome, N<re, i'? rhe "Gioruak d'ltalia" publishes an intersiesi with M Ri off, the Bulgarisn Mmistet her? srl eclared thai Bulgaria is re solved to remain neutral provid?ed bet ?ntere ts are not attacked, and will consequently oppose saj Turl .... ., .,,. Rulgarian terri rcece. The onlj way, he thought ton est blish the Balkan league ?ras to begin with Balgaria and Romania, with I tal 3 t 1 mediate .,. No? U (via ? ' ndou). The pn '? that quite ready to pay thr Mood ?l?-l<t owing to Rassis, i?nt w t until the 'I 1 nte K'i\<\?- ample guarantees thai Raiga 1 1 ?' 1 be restored in Macedonia and thai Balgaria ? ' "* protected from the ten I zf h?r neighbors SUBMARINE SINKS BRITISH WARSHIP I onllntK-,1 fr?-i linge 1 Of a mino they, to upo their own expression, "rnwoil liko the ven- devil." "We !-nw tho Bailors," nid Ho?!?!. * jumping from thoir vessel's m?|o in downs, ki wo neared tho fast disappearing vassal, an 'M t upon rms of mon f-tru>rirliry In the sea, heroically helping to support each other. ?Sumo woro fully dressed, others only partially so. They ? jing ti? pi? kagi and deck furniture, and ?me eon aUtS. MEN IN" WATER GRASP \T OARS. "It wns .1 heart-rei ectacle. Mi " i watci that | our ??ai ipped them. l>^ ? i ed bo many own boat gol choked. We could - ? nny, with our "?n just out of tin* water, We w? of sinking a Wa called to the men ihm we could ink ? ? in or we would ? i, bul they continued to pour over the ?f our 1- ... i ? fifty on board. Never hav? I ? m we told to wail until '??! '.Ml . dley. some ol our n,< n, nander . We could nol go 1 t wa our men, t? gether . those that were hat gii g on I a sink? 1 e captaii peeial re ! until he ? kPTAIN LEA] ? n to hurry up, a? ' si ... . oipht fathoms of wi or he . boat Naru, the Annie, the . ? and then were taken on arnbulanC? survivor, replying I plied: ? all were below at th? rtight dooi ONE MAN MISSU ri-, ertaii ? Four or live have been landi Bald to ? Tin was a com? parative!] mornii ? ? ! ; - ? ] ,l ex [ looked seaward a loke or steam. Wh? . "When 1 looked at her again i ? ? rial? ly, II ? - hey w? ? and other oi If everybody in the world drank CLYSJVUC, how much better off the world would be. At all bars, re?staurants, soda fountains, and al? ways in bottles. KING Or ^ ^TABLE WATERS BRITISH WARSHIPS SUNrt BY GERMAN SUBMARINES SINCE BEGINNING OF WAR ?I n l,i sunl?. 131 ling, |i, s,.,i III -?-?it. :'.: i.r,.i Kept 2. Srpt. .?_ 171 Oct. II ,1 Oct. 31 ? Nov. II T?lale .15,119 .??.".* LONDON MILITIA'S VALOR PICTURED BY WITNESS ? ru.?.? r- I??"'? tree ?.?m?In.>-i i.l io 121 I'.illili.iil."- ,."ll) Miitjrn?* .... II 'i?"' I ri?i 1 ',0110 . . Vh.mklr ... 1'.?mo .-""? ?i ."i ?? ... .-.r-n 144 Heraeea. r..i;oo IM \ii/ir. Sill ft ' ? ? ? ' ' ' i ,-,... I ? 'i ' ai ? ; . ? ? ? ? ' ? ...., ,. ? ? d itaeil . ? ?, n " i ? i mi ? ... I .-. ? : "To ? rative: onalaught ai ? ? ? ? , ?i beei ra? . irther ??? th" ? I-mi retaken th? - I ? ? aan? Fall In lli-*?pi. ... ? . I th? rmani moving acroe? ? ? r> great.) , ? lorai ?-.? fell il .0 on ?HI .,., ? llP ? || ? - ' bombarding our I .... ... ir arl r fire. ? m? ;, her objecl un.I ?? ai order I . ? maim t< German ??-rn Inptured. I? n " .? -i , | . rin.'in , ,1, quite ? I kepi up r -. , ? u i ? .. ? . ' MAP <*H, RTH AND SOUTH SECTION Ol BATTU FRONT IN FRANCE AND BELGIUM AL-SO !!l!. POINT \l WHICH \ BRITISH GUNBOA1 WAS TORPEDOED -agnafar-^T-L? I ff?-: FROM A to 8 violent FIGHTING *U MG the linl. ?reoccupiep pv Th. ALUCfi (5) IN' POSSESSION Of rm GFRMAN?s. @HELD DY THE ALLlES ?tGAINSl DESPERA :. [GERMAN ASSAULTS ~> NEW YORK; "The Pari? Shop of America" JWFANY of our handsomest imported materials have been made up into the most beautiful Parisian fashions - at Unusually AII ractivc Prices For the First Nights at the Opera?the J'ormal or Informal Dinner or Dance Debutante Parties Afternoon Gallina ?nul lea Morning or Strort Wear -the Limousine or Motor Car?every require? ment has heen anticipated in the won fjrrful assemblage of fashionable apparel in the Six Galleries of this Store de Luxe. Ooc/i?ny<yocon,v- $75y s95, s!25 Usually $123 to .$175. Dariciny^mcks-^v^xXy $55 to $75?*J5, s55 C/jftcrnoon&ozuns?s65, $75, s95 Usually $95 to $150. Serge Dresses?iJsvmmmiy $40 to %^-J25)$35$45 (Sven injfft raps?$95, sl 25 Usually SI45 to $195. .Also unusual values in Beautiful Fur-trimmed Brocaded Wrap* at $145 and $185?Usually $175 to .$225. Attractive Wraps at $65 and $75. pilleurJihts *45-*55-*65-*15 /? rmerh $65, $85. $95 to $125. Tur-frimmcSCoats?*45. $55 & s65 Usually $55 to $85. rMt!!i?lCrj^. _*/5 agmj S ?g New and ??.?< lusive designs. Values ranging from $25 to $30. ?j/mriousji ?/rs COALS OF HUD? IN M .AI.-5/25. $150 and 5/9'. Usually $150. $195 and $250 COATS OF CARACUU-^5, 5/25 and $195 ! ni v (I 1 5, $165 and $235 Novelty Fur Coats ?>' Bab}) Caracul. Mole. Leopard. and various combinations of Hudson Seal ivith contrasting Furs. $22 \ 5295, $450 Valu? $300 io $650 rur Sets F'.xceptional Values Bl \i ill ' L HA n RA? BU i FOX SETS .$ij', DYED BLUE FOX .$145. $17'-, N \HR\i I ' I? .5/7-, Bl M K LYNX, SKUNK an?! POINTED FOX SETS.595 BLACK FOX m SKUNK-RAOOOON SETS .$45 Novelty Combination Sets $75. $95. $125, $165 and upwmdi m hifhesl quality fun, Mich a* Broadtail, Ermine, Fisher, Natural Bin?* Fox. Skunk, r.tr. I m.mm M4?M6 *?. s fio Ifii?thJKven 4.6ri* 47'JSm GERMANS SHOWING BRITISH DUM-DUMS ? ul dURi-d ,...i ,i n Brit ' .' , thi ,,, - , , i i n formal it oflt SEARCH VAINLY FOR BRITISH CRUISERS a/s .? ' ? II. Ed Phil ian a ?,, r i ' ' I ? v day thi - i ir?i-(, of the Monmoil'li I ii pa ths British era i in the reeen! sin fight with s G? ! fleet ?lu the i-d??? of Chili (,t> then re'..irn to Valpara?so the NtSMlfl ra ? Word ha . n, the taken - j S? m ees w _ at big discounts *?ff?-~'$mwW^_ Wh ?til sve abaul 1300 ?e?k. nnd TsUsa of the D-rbr M Campea) n laafacture, v?hkli we ?re ?elling st le?? lusa h... ,, .-?til.- te buy them heretofore. nUir* Stock ?-..lude? Roll lop. Fiel Top ?nd Typewriter De.-?, V mid Directora* Tables .?na Chairs. All .t from 40 io *?" in !>,,.. I piit-e? 5V9l?W~VermckcCo Main ??lore: ' -"j_J1hrtmm 380 Broadway, (or. While SI. .* w "?* '" ?