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the Teni e-ssae. it la understood, off at Voorlah, ten miles ber launch started foi the short lions at thi Regard!? s^ oi whetiei or not ?-?? ie a ? ? - of the l'ecker ? to eitei the hart - o ???< tain the facts wuh re??., encan fcrniis*?- ,.,.-.? \ . i ommander's Duties "On o 'hi* Vr.ite. tison there??! mmittod or threatened In viola? i?f the pi r ? stlonal ?a* ? ? mander ? diplo" ih? I ? ? aa t h t ? ? . ? of tl-.t S Thi i ? ? ? sxilatt ? rr Article of a mvj :i forei?-n mi?! ? ?' ? I prop an ? ? ? ? ? - ? neve -.- -a*er?. t'ontidence in Captain Decker. ' ? ? on here of * Ariele ' ? ? ? ' ? ? ? i'aptain Di ited to cap? tain July ? I'ollege. from ? ? ?! to com-. las! as sent ? Americans in I \n\ict; for America he incidei I here will b? Turkey. ? ? the war. An ?lorgen : hau had ( ng an ? Tenneaaee h--t?; Europe to carry gold, ?atration took ? ? that the I I rant to of ag rto. Turk sh officials Lave threatened to execute thi bombar?n ? Aines on unfortified Ameri thtis have feared that .f sut. a threat ihould b? account of peech and appear ? ? .can con??.. cation- ma Ada i n 11 a. The. r the Ti t.i.? sse? ? nd 11 i arolins ? mak) ( hios, A . Nov. n . \ m <? r 11., ? arrived in I that captain of the in the lauiic) . . fag, on hi- ???> t.? pa) I ? on the Turkish I .??? !.;. . 1 ? America! ? .? 1 ? the cruiser Ten? th? eapit e .-land of the -ame name ? e out ft.ui Minor and i ear the (?iilf The island forn ley, Lut as a n ol ?* Balkan War turn? a Mug or Glass of INDIA "?t?v m tm ma**fpW hah Direct from the Wood .?ill put >?u In ton? h with Ok- rral j,?> ..f lli,-,- < ri?|? Autumn ?In?? ?I ?uf?it.. Clut? C?fs?. C "0 M , ??. 8?lons?. IHI-. AMI R|< AN -\RMORI D CAOT aOmTC/C?V O/-" r?? ?y. S. S. TtTAtWSSmSSet TSING-TAO FELD TO LAST MOMENT Germans Yielded Only When Fortress Was No Longer Defensible. ? ? ? ? ? ? line ? ' ? ? i ed al! their ? ? ? ? ? "1 a] !- ildeck, formerly ' r -OUffht ? . is a ; th'.?' southernmo=t Inland i I . honor " 'What led ? ? ? The ili Al of the ine-like REPORT TELLS OF EMDEN'S UNDOING Cruiser's Rudder Destroyed Early in I-Ight, Greatly Cutting Down Speed. Lond _ Reutei contain? patt of the ? rhe German '?Her next '". 1 funm - I I. Finallv, ' a OCEANIC NAVIGATION OFFICER ON TRIAL Blair, na\ ? :k!t'd with ?.port, am ired ci : ? mid became a toi ? \.WH?ZE T?/efe HfcfD OV AtoCK/CW F?/1G . aS-M/Zfif/e-r r/r-f T?A/A/tr$s?? A/ou/ /irwtrs o&d?-&s. 3.P2F?CNT ?OC/7T/OA/ Of TH? A/O&TH C/}/eo?/A//I.| BELGIAN CHILDREN GET GERMANS'FOOD Primate of Belgium Seeks Aid Through American Committee. - Pi who has jus! returned I t ti Engli - ? - ? ? ?;rough th ? American ( n for Relief ? ; rounding neighborhood. In 1 (alinea alone, the nal says, 1_,000 mouths have to telegi i l ice). f?t the Ai ? ? ildren ron,. ind ?? at bread fi 'the soldiers divide I rues to the i pot? Into the country is sur? rounded by n great number ?' women ? ? ^ginc him ' St There is naroiy a Finglc laborer who can find any ivoik I h? i cad. ii? are in -in in, flour, ? ? leum is ob ? ? ? ? tl ? any food until ? / Turn that in s : ? ;? who he is ? .- -l"(i t?m- ?if pi. eh ar? rived at !:????. ? in an ? ici?. I?. Acland, Pai ?lav had eon* ? in M of tiiat counl i ?>. HAMBURG FEARS ANTWERP'S FUTURE Citizens of Closed Port See Nev Rival Under German Rule. If all the .?? ?nflu j noil" . i which in so much of ? ' ? military doi It mn there are two H ? ' ignant, ? ? hundr? ? n the ? sil ?ourid or sign of SCl is the feverish rush of work in that part of I ?.building. Exactly wl ? is impossible to say, but wil due to Germany it ion to In? ns her ' e by Hen from Ham ? ind the ? ' Germi ? wealth ? there ii ?cial circle.? ?The peo ? > ? - - . .-. tust out of ' I!n- town n of ment on a large ghting age ? i-n called to the ranks. DESKS at big discounts mmmam ????_ -n-w-Mo-MM-n We ?till have about 1500 Deik? and I ?bles of the Derby Deak Company manufacture, which we are selling at let. than *? have ever been able to buy them heretofore. Stock include? Roll Top, Flat Top and Typewriter Desk?, Office and Director?' Table? and Chair?. All at ?mm 40 to 50 i leta than u?ual price?. ?be 0lota^\&rmc!<eCo. Main Store : 380 Broadway. Cor. White St. ? ClM-rea M Wadaqa reraalaal Bieg CZERN0W1TZ FOLK GOT LESSON IN INDEMNITY UiMian General ' m ? Rai 300.000 nal ' ' ' ' ' ' XV,,''t I ? ? , i ? ?i I I I I ? On hia an at 1 and i "Bui ? ? ' In ? ? roubl? a, to ? - i no< big i I Hi- ? ? . ' ? ? 1 tern. Wl Podol ki m* own daui ' ? - i the aged An ? ' r a ] ' ? ..ML-? befs local ? pilgrimage of i ed I ? ?i'-ii i Itual aw? i?i f north of incl ?try. ? ? migl ' ?1er r? ' ? \\'|-.i ?? :?r ill ind tin . the burgo r \ ? ? Inoff. " ?aid th? . d the ran- I their I . "but heat ?god to s?rap ? ? tain looked them up ant! il?.. i ? over . ted s! laal ? . Take it back an ? your I vou all to heart ,r Russian I ng of Kami ? CAPITAL OF KRUPPS MORE THAN TRIPLE! I<> He Increased fr.im 70.000 000 t?> 250.000.000 Marks. Tartly Because <>? War. Berlin via The Hagas ?ad i !? i',;.. capital of the Krai ?any, whleh n i G< big guns and other var mi ? ?iccor? which were sul t Essen o ber 1 | Of WH and by earlier er. 1 arpe m en t.? of th ible ? I ks ? will, a? u- ? ? ipp family. A ? the i ew ? : SI. also propo?e,l ?lend ?- year The . ? ? nd l, .; .1. KING ALBERTS MAIL FILLS MOTOR TRUCK Ml Ranks, from Nubility t< Peasantry. Send Saint's Day Greetings. Havii , ! }.?A I Flanders, the mail received her.' for ?h.? Kiiir on the occasion of his f< ie. No ? day, which corre ? rratulationi 1 con* ? 1 hildren were ? ? l.. I ? HERRICKS THANKED BY GREAT BRITAN Retiring Envoy to Franc? and Wife Praised for Aiding British. I Herrick , the American Ambas-ntior, who i? t< sved of hli duties in a few day.? by William ?.. -Sharp, has engaged pa? for ths united States on th< Roehambeau, which w?ll sai Mr. Hen l ave re ? om many England ? Ing Europe but ha mac th? time for so :' England ' ? ne for I i - '.rev. Rnti?h Foreign ' Lio'?l B r of I ? k "in behalf of the i ?iment" for his .services to ! - end M i r desire, ba There will ? Mr. Sharp will I t ??: in a INTERNED MAY GET BETTER TREATMENT Th? ? ' ? I? is ? m mi .s -it the ? litioni and if ? srehy ?urther ? The Needy at Home A win! r of i - ? >ur p i?, upon rk is the common ? ? .eme of a multitude. The pat!, in New V'orl Europe, bul then excus? i xisl Our rccoi I I hat the situati? in rave, and the people of the city tnu-t : this hon ? as they have thai be; i TiV itton for [mprovin*** the Condition ? if the P? " i' i- tnakii \ irdinary el ? meet this unusual n, but it- income will fall short of the demands upon it this winter by . unless il ri extraoi ine v ho ; ant with I . ition ana | | I scri? lusness of thi has pled* .We plead this long ed and reliel R. S. .'? IT* N'...210, 1! ' ' C( IRNELIUS V A.AS. JR.. President. FIN \V I O ?MMITT1 ng, Robert Shaw Mini Fn ire, James Shel'' John Seely \' Mayor Mitchel \\ t I ( [TY OF NEW YORK Mayor. November 17. I9M I )ear Mr. Cutting .? I have rect . I an? convinced that | ry seriou organ iza ti everythin the ..A:' ivhich airea?! . even ke contributi i unu - t this time. Very truly yours, ? I) J? IHN PURROY " Mayo . AUSTRALIAN FORCE TO HOLD ISLANDS Will Take Possession of Those Now o ipied by Jap; ? Sydney, Austrs lowing f O. 1 i " i he Japanern g-.v ? ? mated to th? hand sll an?i ??ther '?? rasan i^iim?:< the '. : lly oeeup '? i panese, ; lit-?- i ? . Informed I ? to ?ct ac i aiian force will 1. ? ?),<? i .lands and H ths mat? ter of the ultim?' of the Isl i the S ? ? rs. "i- will be - ? ment will have the I ? ily th<> military on. bu' ? and commer-.ial affairs be in nd organised. Commander abridge prill n'-cimi-an-. the force to mi - "arv arrangeai CORNWALL? WEST '.VAS AT ANTWERP No Foundation for the Rumors of execution as a Spy. terd_y fron ? Tr.h Beam raed tram ' f the hi ' ? w?|| - ? tamps as - T1 he had ? ? ? ? ". , rector of 1 ?-, ta m that etty, who had fast r?. I ?''< ?x?. ?i w.-.? an loalatont r. lor n th? ?' city. Km? 054*666 ?? - -es Ifi ft It Aue nur, ** HAVE ARRANGED FOR SAU. TO-DAY 100 Fashionable Dresses at $25 Of ?5jj Formerly selling at $f? to $6^ Taill'tir Frock* of serge, or in smart combination? of ?erge with silk or satin?Afternr>n (rowm of channem.. crep; de chene, taffeta or satin?Dancing Fffl ks 0, I ?k. th lace and satin A grouping of small numbers of g.rm-nts, from partially depleted lines of our regular made-up ttocks, Fashionable Tailleur Suits?$4?r$58f$J? Formerly telling at $?$ to $fj^ Of velour, gabardine, broadclot'i and smart novelty weaves, in adapted French m .des for s'reet and semi dress; also smartly belted English walking suits. Tailored and Semi-Dress Hats at *I0 J special sale of regul?r $20 '* $30 val?a Charrning Suit Blouses?dually $16 t$ $2;? 7,). /A $15. Of Georgette crept*, crep? d- rSene, lac** and novelty - PATH es COPE I ?? un G COUPON Thle coupon, properly tilled out. Is ?. I I n Th. . . ? ?htldrei Void After November ... : - : Votes to E pona phouM bf tied up In i rea of 1 ' ot 100. wll 11 ? IchOCM on i ? ? ? PATHESCOPE EDITOR. NEV/ YORK TRIBUNE. No* 19. 1914 Pathescope Editor's Daily Letter to the Boys and Girls. The Probable Winners ?Pathescope Editor i\lake?s a Predic? tion as to the Successful Schools in the Pathescope Contest. Thursday, November 19, 191 ?. DEAR BOYS AND GIRLS: If the Pathescope Editor were to give hit frank opinion a? lo which school?, are the l;kely winner? of the twenty Pathescope?, he would NO F tay those school* which are now leading. The successful schools are more likely to be those which sre now nearef the bottom of the list. Perhaps these stat??ments seem unsupportable. But just ex? amine the pyschology of the situation?see what is going to hap? pen in these last ten day? of the contest. Some schools have pre'.ty big leads at present. If the con? test were to c?ese to-morrow, they would be winners They think thai tiieir- positions are reasonably safe?so they are relaxing tlieir efforts. They * -e corr-ng to a standstill. But the schools which are not so high on the list are waking up to themselves. They know that but ten days remain?that their pathe?rope? hinge on what they do in this period; they know that with an earnest, concentrated ten-day campaign they can gather the votes to win. So these schools are busily at work, and progressing rapidly. They will quickly ?verhaul and putt the schools which are resting on iheir oars. So the schools which are low in the liai are really favorably situated. But, in the final ana!;-?!?, it a'l depend* on the ??-hool itself The opportunity to win is there for all schools, whether hgh or low. The schools that ?tay wide awake to the end will be the winners. How ahnut the Pathescope Day suggested yesterday in The Tribut-?? Are you putting it into effect? It will bring thousands of votes?and votes are what you want. The winner of the sprain! one-week Pathegrnph contest will be announced to-morrow in The Tribune. Yours heartily, p. S _The Pathescope Contest closes on November 28 ' a week from Saturday?juat i-ine more days!