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Complete Court Calendar
Daily in The Tribune
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atibune
WEATHER
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i ??'i report on ran* 11
Vol. LXXH No, 84,840.
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NEW YORK, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1914.
PRK K 0> K CI I
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CONTRACTORS TO
FIGHT TO KEEP
ALIEN LABORERS
Prenderlas, and P.S.Com
mission Will Hear
Plans To-day.
EMPLOYERS REFUSI
TO HAl T TUBE WORK
Seek Court Decision in
Test?Ambassadors May
Take I p ( ase.
Xrr i... -- 7 ,-Htion
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public
at a t
about
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ANOTHER BRYAN VACATION
With Big Questions Pending,
He Goes to Florida
? ??
Waahlnftoi . \? I thr
trmihlr? in Mov ? ? ? " ? ?I, th*
?riou? othi - ??till
pandiaff, Soerotarj Urtrm -.? now mi hla
Mr. Bryon'i
vacation hod bi en u ?-?I up em
?r with th?
?inn ipooch? State
-.ni tin
company ?
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?i w:i? hi? intention id go awaj
aal it wai
W la Houae to nigh!. ht?? -
? fiilil romain ha ?
CHICAGO OPENS MONDAY
Trading in Listed and Unlisted
Stocks to Resume
% will l><*
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trad
The New
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JOHN G. WENDELL
SUFFERS STROKE
Little Hope for Recovery
of "Rockefeller of Real
L'state."
. ?
-?n G. Wen?
dell, one <?
multi-niiilionair.
. a! death'? d?i"r at
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from it atrohe ? He ar
here in hit
? ... ried ft
rushed to hi? home, at 307 ?
inta Monyea. where th?
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agetl ? rc aaid. hia do|
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owns ?
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amusement.
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I have plenty
thoui
immortal souls. Thi
bah!
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?ffice.
John
<;. Wendell bon ? Ha
aim tin- original J
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COCHRAN IN RELIEF WORK
"Richest Bachelor" Will Aid
Stricken Belgian-.
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? hathelor in America, ' be
rd the Oi
up relief work.
? laxan
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KILLED ON WEDDING DAY
Fiancee and Party Wait Sev
Hours in Church in Vain
ar, N H , vit i- Tin
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111 from
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GUTIERREZ A
CAPTIVE; LEON
WON BY VILLA
Obregon Advances to Meet
i oes Marching on
tlie Capital.
CARRANZA PLOT IN
AGUASCALIENTES
Delegates Under Guard?
Six Wounded by Bullets
on United ?States Soil.
N 01 ... ,a| |.'n,?
Villa is marching on Mexico city.
His army t<'<?r? Leon, the Arsl 'mportanl
railroad centre ?oath ?
tes, without in im- ii .?liut.
from Leon to
. - had
occupied Irapoal lato
thon
Kai i l?nn at
Irapua l< r< ii unconditionally,
:'. vn?
' ? rted in 'itVieial
Ca? ' ?
accompi
From American ( omul Silliman came
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from Mr. Silliman ai
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stooil he
lei Killed.
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Bulleti Wound tiaerieaas.
Naco, Aril . .*.o*/. ' E
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R }i. Reynold
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RUSSIAN WORSHIPS
SHELL TREBIZOND
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"No Tur- arar* ? ?? d ofl !
taie coast." J
WILSON ASKS PORTE TO EXPLAIN;
TURKS INVADE RUMANIAN WATERS;
FRENCH BLOWN UP IN MINED TRENCH
RUDYARD KIPLINGS
TRIBUTE TO ROBERTS
II. ' .. . ?!?-!?..
i ondon, N"\. It. "The Daily T.-le
gi ph" publ hei the folio-amp poom,
entitled "Lord Roberta." b Radyard
Kiplini :
i! ?. n the rar) ?bat?la imaka
Of the wai thai he deacribed;
Three hundred mile ol
\l. hei the ma tei | u oner died,
He paaaad to the ver; ovnd of
Bui before hi eye gi i dim
II? ; of th< 01
? r red with him.
!!?? i ni touched rdhil!
? at-h
With th? -i?I ";' pu? ?
? ? eh ami
\ had been in old? i d
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?nth
? ea the ad? rii ' t and W?
m the North.
beloved,
Plawleax in faith and fame,
Whom neither eaae nor honon n.d
ireadth from hia aim.
weighed an?! in.
??place,
rienilcti and ? ? ? ' hi ?ti<l.
?m life a ? . ringe
i the ho-'
A n?I i;1
That follow thii man home,
TURKISH ASSASSINS
MENACE GERMANS
Plot Discovered?Kaiser's
.Ambassador Receives
Threats Daily.
m> ?.
i .ru
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?r of hia life, i
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deaig
; rhan Bddine ii declared to
? m? , onap
rala to
'-.? r.r :,tl commit?, ,
1" ? II
I the ?-?nil ? ?
?ion Djal '
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part in thi> mo\rm.'iit an.l
M he put* it,
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le."
The prim tbii
? ''iukri Pacha, the
defender of Adrianople, who la
d bj Mai thai Faad P
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?r of arm) and na
i War
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thai
? . art iah army re
their rigl ? to g a
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thori!
Gen ? ? ? pul nto their
ITALY DENIES BEING
PEACE MEDIATOR
I reach Rumor That Austria
Asked Her to Act Ois
claimed in Rome.
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Italian govern
o? to the
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that '?
It ithaii
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new Balk
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\ ? arviai prov?
Bui
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GERMANS MAY URGE
TURKS TO APOLOGIZE
\'WS."
t um nip ting on th? '
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already
her out
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Smoke Imported Bock Panatelas
sweet Thtafame laclgaj b*tt?i 'thaae vor. i
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BIG GUNS POUND
ALLIES AS THEY
AWAIT ASSAULT
Violence of Bombardment
Taken to Indicate New
Attack in Force.
FRENCH PO.SITION
DESTROYED BY MINE
Paris Apprehensive Over
Kate of Men?Ger?
mans Quit Lille.
Paria Hur. m.?Ne?? ha? (aechad
Parla thai the Genaaas har? evscaatad
i lile a ml thai the tow n i- im ?4 i.? tapiad
h, British tur.,'?, riii-i etataaMal i?
made on the aiilhorit?. oi an Bagllah?
?inn ?ho ssatarad lata Parts yeaterday.
This iafanaaal statad thai ?hen he
lefl Daaal thai iu?n alao ?a? about
to he entered h\ the \llie??.
Pai I
to-uighi m Paris eoneerning ti
of? French detaehmenl in th< iirhtin?*
Bt Hihiel region near
ern frontier.
A par' of ' . '. -.?lajee of < ha
eourt, which Mr.. intreuehed French are
known t.. have ? i own up hy
.?hich the Hermana bail lawl be
?? ? : ? bandon 'he
on.
paragraphs, one in tin- nicht and
thi "'her in the day official eommuni
? Pai
The i?-. laye:
have blown up
auviacourt,
? i? d "
I itatement eeneern nc
ara na ? com
?nun.qiM In ?? bouts bef
??I,, . acks by the
i . ir pos
the west? part ? the
position, the ..rrman
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?? - ll! O? o ?
Bombard Laag I iaa.
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een flooded
? lor the en?
ahell
?? all e?l
? I -pi>t ra Ut?
il re?
which hnv ? |
Ypre?
' '??rtriati
troopa hai ?ng
? ?
' ta to do
their troni
I was i. the Pru
? ?
? r ? ' .ppear ?era 'aken
? ? line of trenc - e the
ed on
the flanks, ami were compelled to t
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A stinging hailstorm swept th.
ind Belgium and
? rs ? ith a ? rf'Id damp
linth
- iilr- '
to La
of th..
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to
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Both Sides I ?-c llea.il?.
Bol ' 'nr.yy i: \r, | he ?SI
' 'in i.Hi ?'?
in the fighting, bul the Gern .
ont! ? and
ace?
m their hai
fered enormously.
I i . fre
?
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which
1- a\ e H(?'a!ti
Reports eomc
frernian? ?re preparing to make an
??1 the
c?.a-t by ?* ?> of
rumor thai
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ich ?
way ? d in
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troops. Her.
Iieved, ona of t; .
war B
British Rout German:-; After
Being Bheiled from Trenches
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mati'ir out I
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?y were repulsed |
with heevj lot-.' I
Three Turkish Warships
Enter the Danube Delta
n wiNtai ?n? i>
I'elrograd (via London). Nor. 18?Three Turkish destroyers hare ap?
peared before Sulina anil are reported artually to ha\e entered the? Sulina
arm of the Danube delta with ihe objert of gelting into communication with
representatives of \imtrin and l.ermany, or poOOiM) merely as a prole?!
Ogaiaat the governance of the Danube delta. The Sulina arm of the delta,
with oilier mouths of Ihe Danube, la under the public law of Europe, pro?
tected lu a seri. m of Ire.ilies from Is II down to thnt of London, in IMS.
Rumania, as a result of this aciion. has the question put broadside on
whether she takes sides ?lib iicrm-.ny and her ally, Turke\. or whether
eke maintains her own righls an.! supports Ihe right of the public Ian of
Lurope. In the laller case these Turkish warships, attempting to utilize the
protected waterwaj running through Rumanian territory as a base far war?
like activity against Ru-sia. will be disarmed and interned. Rumania's ac?
tion in thia matler is being closely watched.
Russian and German Fleets
in Hot Battle in the Baltic
[By Cable to The Tribune]
Copenhagen, Nov 18.?A nav ? . . t in I - ,r
?rid.
Very heavy cannonading ?? hi ird I nd weal .oast
.riril n i- li. licved lo have tween th?
Germane and the Kn--i.ni fleet, which left tlclsingfors two day* ?<u. The
. ? nul tlien ol les. It lasted t n
an houi intertupl id then, after an interval of fifteen minutes
cd again and lasted until late last nif I
?-li f'-rry services were si ipped during ll
GERMAN'S DIARY TELLS
OF BA TTLE'S TERRORS
Notes Found on Body of Bavarian Describing His
Feeling! Before, During and After
the Battle.
- trmmalmtmt t t?
killed Moat o/ (h? Qarmta
. ... ,?,... ,
.
? . . wifa, alo. '
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Near IM.mude. Belgian, ' '
i am taking
ittl? ? ? ' Iras heon raging for thr
beginning to eoavin?
?; a dut] of a told ? ???.ply he
?emain a spectator instead of an acto
This mormnis' at ?"> o'clock we arti
red to atand eon pac forau
tion, ifunn to 'he ground, at tl
^mall hill covere?! with hushes.
white frost covered t!ie ground an
! lu- mer? when we arose from tti
trenches. are ao stiff thr
1 :
If the eoffe? muddy water.
?."">'
ii" ?'?1 to smok
ntr?.
In I ?? "?<? hear the cannor
cavalry, with
artl . ?-?-. Th
Of the hill Sl.ak) : Un.le?- my feel
ho numeroUl aie 'he n?>r?-e = . Pli
.?ahn'? dashing acamar the men'
hoot?- and th? flanks of ths hors?
to the noise Above the hill, rich
over our heads, ahel - flyini
for nearly an hour. In the lieht o
morning each shell, ?s it goe
a ! :?
? ? oud of e ai
??le by little the horizon ia filer
amoke (|r" would think a thun
derstoi m ws ' ing. Sooi
.??nts como and tal
.' us, Between eaeh regl
men) ?a poated i battery of artillery
toward the
itorm. In the plain before ua a muiti
Larire, com
< coming toward us
giments, but why an
coming thii ws> ! 1
en the
They he rot thi
lucky fi.r
Aero* Drop Meeaagce.
gallop by, ?
ad a< our F?
? a.I tWO -
?m forward
?
en an
back again ovei our oppin^
'.?'n:,-h our officer? pick up.
eomradei wh i a pera In my
ear: "When are v. e going to start
in ?"
U i have been l?ere three lours now,
.me nearer to u?. Son ? ?
n\er mir head?. And we are
?.tending itill. - gnu
?
? o-v ro-, an
ta O?!?.
U'Hr?
L'..
i ir es
The
Idenly alow? the earth
raah, I am
e rvere I
r? ? louirh
?
tO III"
tl
r '
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two are the
to ?all. An officer |
criea. "Oo-e i-ur ranks," and I move
the left twe faces, .stepping over th
body of my comrade.
Another shell shrieks
1 ther, still another. There is ?
tnd t" think I am forced t
there Wha! h my gun for.
?o.iiler As each shell explod?
"I lose your rank.?.,
and we oil i the loft, stamblim
"ne ?nan leemi to have stepped in*?
a ho ? ? bod) is above ground
and re is half leaning over, with I
funny, Re musl
-caved' I -t??' r'fierf is r.r? hole, h'i
loth his
God, ght, I turn H??'.
anri my leg ' ? ''
the hill" Anywhere, away froa
What's this in the plain in front oi
us? R? il Sou er i seem to 1
?:':-.. They move, disappear, jump
in the sir. Thousands n.uher around
"The French" whispers oui
"tal in front. The red cap
e plain. How did th?
Nov.- lues teem to hum all arc?u
I can't tee then.. ,-?.-???.
The Fren? h ere ? ithin i IR?
and
front of us saying: "The
bach will be -hot " Hit
revolver in his hand looks wicked an?!
the mi > rni.
I eai ?twenty of my company
? ? ground now. I ?tart ?o count
? hut am interrupted ever) tivnut.
- by: "(lose your ranks " ? 'i ?
earning loudlj and out
corporal goei ovei to give him a drink
g] ? on top of ? ?
man, dead An- we ever ?go
(.ernian Ranks Melt.
f| i? getting worse; our run'.:-- seem
? rar h
untii I am Bftj fee! away from whert
! ? rsl stood.
The man next to me now i? mum?
bling. All I hear is: "Oh, B
He is praying, i
gin musl i:.-i\e heard him.
mounted of
"Vour turn
rward !
I'p go our gun-. ?Down come the bay?
irge Reroi th?
. .... i ? ?
ami r.'ach the p!n:i?. I toi.
?ng joints. ? c,,iiirad?' snd leg
\
'? i srdi away. Th.
.???t ing. 1 -
They ru. irwani,
? snd Dp again.
Ali around me, men of my regiment
thou! a w'.rd, oth -
-hout or ii moan One I N
"Mamma," as hi
; km m fusl thai
l'l hor-'' -A.-nt over him ami
.m.
II ? ??< ; ? ut rill ne*, er reach
re?; caps. They I
?hoot ? i l -? in le si ?i fall. r?r>- face
! forward.
d .'. ?? th?
- ?oting
snd wil
?in n) : .
conirad<- itop. ? '
-
I; "Forward! Forwai
halU and I e.gns Death.
? e left
::.? . I he ,- ? ,? ?, ,. ?|.
lag. ' ' .-? thrown
'
hack. I iving in the air lil
iwe h ?? gun
i mil
running
.
: ? ' ?
' ' ?
turn. Thi
..
and fall
? .... ? . . |
f? .
* ?
i
I turn
come?
ffott T>.* nbti* not?? u*r? tn,,nri oa
Octobre M utt titra eaena .a/u tapa after. \
DANIELS WARNS
COMMANDER OF
THE TENNESSEE
Cables Him to Take No
Action That Might Lm
barrass Nation.
PRESIDENT IS FIRM
AGAINST WAR IDEA
Washington Is Amazed at
Turks' Act, hut Thinks
Diplomacy Adequate.
U'r..hi^i-top. Nov. |g '
' I
baaeador Hi
?
ernment for an . ti S fir?
ing by Turkish la v n launch
from the |
Tenne || .^
? ? y ma,
\>'H M
rotary Daniels. ? ? ?-ova!
?ee a
'
might emh. ? ???. -m
ment. and to
from Wsal i
eral litual
a message ''rom Captain Bent' I .
?
which ?t?te
ment from the Navy Depart?a?
??? laptain B. C. Deel
the Tennessee, w.red Secrel
If 'ha
from Vouriah to Smyrna to ma?
fteial
Coaaul anxiou
i late. The Tennessas pro seeded to and
flefi Vcurl'.h at r? ' .?sudor,
and i* now anchor?-.: In ths hartof of
Chios), G re? srhleh ? ?p
nation
Think I'urkev Will Vpn|ii_ I 'i
Altboui ' ? I
to juat what |
th.- '?'. | ?
doubt that the ?neident, no i
where the reepoaaib ?? laj would b?
?i through diplomatic
chirm
termined that no
?hall ?' ?
war ?
! without auth.i I
'?ornan government
, justified
la a i
lieved ere thai
ment will rend? r apo'
tin account of the slow rabie
attan fraai I
the only Balgaria,
Kumania, Austria and I'aly M
came
-, Morgei
diapatchea her 14, onlv ar
?
Wit
and a ware con
i !y pussled over the affair. The
! several tin ? id also
g Two lUggl
?is, ai
? r " _; their view?
-. they
though, probably ?ai a friendly act
warning by a
the i eaaaa*
?
-.as T'.
to o ?.'? range
- havnc : ? -i the
I'u riti.4 h SU<
Not a Hoatile | |
sis "f 'he governmeat d< -
?eve thai ll i was aa aa?
-
? ? ?
? - Mow
? ?
? Amen???.
gold '.or '
? aa at
?? I -rued Mates
hae Taker, over I tnter
eata of Great Hn?*in and Krame, with
?
tioa
af the
i ??ruana aa
well a* British and French subject*
???-"?? rhe tmei ? an i unaul
\m
booe In
???
I ?bout In 1
?
l ? ,.
the Ottoma
I'mted St_t<*a warning that in?* port of

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