land, and a third conflict of almost
great importai ?
Of the ? at which
now- nt ?.- Viatu
and Warthe rivera, ?n?l la which tl
ftusyian? to ? 'cht fluim partial ?u
CVSs, l? r\
The Germane, it Is believed, I.a?
brought i:p bj
half s mil
? t Waatl
rrosen ?-round and the sit-..
on ?' i
The ? ? . tahia
place on the Cre
front, and both Russlaas ?? : I
:. the countr
Is difflev *a?_e.
Ir Galtcia th? Russiai
Stead id. and si the sam
official statement from the -
"Th< - N
be aimed at trying t.i break down oui
! ?-.% ** \ .-ni tilt
Bith partial su
n the fr.
? | ?
"Ir ?. ?'? ?.?nie?.,
Pari?, Nov. gfl -AH
patch iron-. |
ounce?! hi I
ef Przemyil appems I
rounding I in the
from Vienna received latt to-day at the
land have forced
battle, which d<
front. A grou]
WORSE IN BELGIU
People Flocking Into t
Larger Towns in Orde
to Keep Warm.
London. N??\ BO Notwlthstaad
the ?mount ? .>rk winch is
? Bolgioaa, condtti
ii.-<'i cities ?s wall
the mi i etSi mi' becoming m
ri van Branden, a mem'
of th, ? ? ;,1 Rrliff <c
vad here to-day fr
? ontnll the American 1
thai ?he siti
'.?y. . uns growing ?1'
pouring into that city at the rate
. soldi "is ill!'
of fuel ?. well as of food. Bru??'
has plenty of coal, but the interrupt!?
? ? on makes it imi
to ci,rr> cor.' te remoto villages. Ref
gi 11 ore locking to I.i?ire und nth.
I towns, as well a? to BtH
"Tl.e people ?re entirely donendei
? both hentinK ami COol
?m.'.v of this fuel also I
becoming ?caree. The committee I
ret it ion? every day for sur
"U tefnl 'o the America
commission for the it.ooo tons ef 'on
has been distributed in Behriui
? r We hav
tie number ot volunteer worker
? .?n of the?
supplies, hut the lack ?rtatloi
a hieb aie :?
tai ? i
? Is daily in Bnif.?.. Is to BOO,?
. ? meals com
It 1 lowonce ol
ii ? daily, but this ha
reduced to three ounces, bx
? lour. Eren the no*
-, and soon the
form into s vasi
-".all number of these meal
.- ? -, . n ions belonging to
? ? p| ace?
? i at the rate
al which actually
in addition ?
blend to thoM
. ie to pay for it. u^intr the
to r irehase more wheel
Especially feature attractive values in
Smart Apparel for the Young Miss?
Warm Fur-trimmed Coats
For football games, motor trips, etc.
R?Yularly $55 to $75?fyj and \-]5
Coats without fur at $2$ and \?5
R'-.u!ailv $35 and $4j.
T.AILLEUR SUITS-iormerly$45to$65-^^- ?n? $^
TAILLEL'R DRESSES-formerly $35 to $45 ??_?5 and $jtf
DANCING FROCKS-formeily $45 to $65-&?5 and $Jf
SUIT BLOL'SE5-foimerlv $16 to $25-5/()
?MISSES' HATS -<?>>? ??*****w-$io
Smart Fur Sets?$45> '75> $95$ $*45
Fur Coats?$8$, $I2$ up*
Four Good Reasons Why
You Should Read
tytp iwtt?aij (Urilntnp
Richard Harding Davis
Tells you all about the harsh treatment of war
correspondents during the present war.
Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler
Realizes the drawbacks of a long college course
in many cases?and objects to one mould for
all students. Read his suggestions regarding
a flexible curriculum.
Dr. Win. C Woodward
President of the American Public Health Asso?
ciation, lifts the curtain from before the won?
derful work being carried on by the big-heart?
ed, broad-gauged, earnest men of this great
One of the world's present-day great men, died
this week. Read his life story by one who
knew him well.
Order from Your Newsdealer To-day
WHERE RUSSIANS, GERMANS USD ?VUSTRIANS ARE
FIGHTING IN INI. EAST.
v / tU ? ^ (szy/K?3L
-"?' ft> S.? ? '1 a?''
*** ?P^lEt? ?g^B" -
t ? At ovv X? i a know
_A Du?..? I ?^Lww-j?p'*-*? st1
?, a ?a-M cu $_? ? c ?
BATTLC l'\(_ O? OCWMAN, RUSSIAN ??NO AuSTWiAN A?r-iiE*_
WHY HE WILL W!
German Soldier's Thin
ing and Nerves Belter
_ Herlir: ?? is Tl e Hag
NOV. L'lt. "1
on tin ? it numbers
n??t th? letor. In tl
?' the ?.-ir l? ss than ?
rity v rann? nb u.
I 111 11 n v
? ere the i eneral v
sum war machine, sd In c<
ne of h
1 lana have learned mo
since th? I cularly
(round i they will
longer be able to d Iv?s i
n they a ill have ?? bad tim<
e of tin- advantages the wl
? will brit..
The nei nduct of arar :
soonest ended the?
"The war with Russia is now chief
a question of whose nerve- will sni
? l German) ha?
stronger nerves -und they have them
theri they will b? victorious."
Berlin, Nov. 20 B]
ville. X. Y.i. The i
that, notwithstanding tin .
bet of R isi ?i troop
mated at ? (eluding ti?
the Schirwinilt reg:i?ti General vu
report \ ietory, The pos
? Rui sian forci -
tied unfavorable, both on secount c
tie nature of the ground and becaus
sceh largs forces sis i
in B comparatively small territory
Interest in the situ?t
is moment I in th
tion by the .Teutonic allies of I
. seven thousand prisoners war
? stan'inople reports furth? -
i< nee o
the advance of the Arab:? the govern
and lerne lie have been transferred t
Zagaxig, ? i? Egyptian town
from Cairo. Tin' government of th?
Suez Canal is reported to ha\ ?
taken over by the military SUth<
VON BUELOW GOES
TO ROME AS ENVOY
Rome to the Fournier A.
idor to Italy,
Rt . ? hh\ <
indicated thai Herr von I
; German A'.
to retire. Prince Bernhard '.on ism
low, formerly Chancellor O? the tier
man Empira, who usually : -
Rome, aii'l who, thr?
? ., was n ?
take the post) In
ht this crisis.
Ambulance Van Alen Gift.
. ? Traaos )
r?rir', R. I?, Nov. 20.? James
Laurt-ns Van Ahn is having a mo
t.or to the Frei
in the field. Mr. Van Alen obtained ?i
foreigi . ?. : .?n ambu?
lance bods ?'t th?
used by the United Statei government
u being set ?m It.
BRITISH AND JAPS
MEET IN PACFIC
Join Australian Warships
to Strike at German
San Diego, Cul. Not 80. Tfc.nl
\ m ,'ind Japanese
re mobilising off th'*
1 th? word
. in. Captain
I r iol. the
mu? ? irmored i
loupe Islands ley by the
An ntir?s ." worship
? ithlniui.il. It i
on tl ? 1er Ad
ENDED BY RUSSIANS
Cruiser on Way to Bom?
bard Czar's Summer Resi?
dence When Attacked.
:, Nov. 20. Prom report*
re of the naval engagement
i warship raient that
N rly the Turkish
bound fur Yalta, with the
? in of bombarding the summ? r
?rir-e of Emperor Nici >lai I 1
vadia, Just OUtsI : '?
- much confusion
aboar : en on the appearance
off th? ? ? '
topol 1 '-'?' I
ben ma liate alti rat]
? ? ?
1 he ' ? d in battle
rh<* Goeben ba?
The ' opened a broad
. ?- guns, hit?
? eg end set?
p on Are in several p'.ac, *.
replied, but in spite of the
short range, forty cable length
red no shot?- at the
:. , ps. whiel
and tun- funnel wen- badly dnmeged
ro pur-i,e the Goeben
? i.luie shells
on ??:. dently enp
pling ?he niairi turret, a?? hei lire
The Breslau took no pan in the
. iy off dur
EXPORTS OF TEA
. Grant Britain to
! day prohibited the exportation ot tia
to a:. sxeept those
' ? ? .111(1 lit
that Germony Is
i the N?
SEE THE PATHESCOPE EDITOR'S
Void After November 28. 1#H.
Credit Votes to B l.ool.
ro':;?or:it ohould be tied up in r.i<^r,'s cf
PATHESCOPE EDITOR, NEV/ YORK TRIBUNE
Nov. 21. 191 i
NEW BRITISH GUN
DOES DEADLY WORK
Raid Forests at Safe
Range - Rifles Sighted
Further than Foes'.
i . i ?
hem Prenee name "' team <??n
??i? ?i ?, .\?>v 'ii i - ftghtiag of th?'
irouod BiaeeBeote sad
\ pu-- hai l'i"'- ! ' "ii 'i ?ively to ?.eil
?ral French' staff that the Genaans
hav< in? sffeetive eoaater weapon io the
new British Held gun.
These irm?- have ?a?ed whole
t?i the I'l'Hiiiil, ami the QefJBSBI have
haara S disposition not to
Introneh tl .**t?matiraliy
ni the thiek sre-ads srooad Ypras, Lille
mid I In places where the
British have odvanced) sorpsos, bat
tend and mangled by lullen trees aiu!
braachee, have been foaad la the <?er
ni.-iti troncheo. Bo terrific has been the
effect "i ii. bells that more than a
icore oi 1,000 prisoners captured with?
in ?he week lntvi? beeoflM almost I
The British ere coaviBeod 'hat. the
German srtiller) will require eoneider
able Improvemeal befare it can dis?
lodge the Englieh guns?
Xhe hieh has attaBdad ths
called Btt? I
i.? the fael that the rifle ii sights ?
i ...in ?, greatei diet nee than either
the Gi nu.?ii or Fn nch. Conseauently
it frequently happens that the British
decimate the German sdvaaee for near
minute ? before th.' extreme sight
? Get in?'? rifle can be brought lato
o] ? ration.
Gascon Captain .Masks His
Horses While His Troop At?
tacks Charging Foe.
North? in France i ?ame of town eon
. Nov. 20 A nrilliant feat of
el.aia. ? riet ?
A Gascon captain,
? ? . ladroi
to ou S, SOI
from a position ineonvei
? ? I'rt nch tn
obeervi d i rom s Germ ii seroplane,
which te repoi I the i
caused i numb? - <?f
lad up wil
? mbli d
. :.g through tl ? by the
I reer. I sd and
I sad were
-, airy, who could
,vi oehs ??ii the
and in th? lit the I
- h disorder, sb i
TURKS' LAND BASE
Warships Shell Town Where an
Was liein^ Planned.
Petrograd (via London), Nov. 21.?
The fol'owing official communication
from the headqnarti-r? of the army of
tlfe C M last i :ght:
"Russian warships bombarded on No?
vember 10 the port t.f Khopa, in Turk?
ish Armenia, al.mi', eighteen miles
of Batum, on the Bla.
whence th?- Turk? were preparing for
an offensive movement in the du
forent passei of the Zateharekh
: ' barracks
and the custom ; erlag up the
?. d. pot sad setting the plaee
"In the ? ? the < ? -Tchai the
? r. ros n back toward
In ?in? i!nect!'iii of Erterum one
II t-i'lumi.s ha-i overthrown the
Turks near Yasveren. No othei SB
gagamente have been reported."
London, Nov. 20.?A Reuter dispatch
from Amsterdam says that during the
bombardment of the Turkish port of
Tr. hizond, on the Black Sea, by the
Russian fleet tin- Russian coi
dempliehed and th?.- i
PfCt II ' I'? T
petrograd, Nov. SO. The definite re?
sult of the present operations on the
frontier from Thorn to CtbooW i?
awaited with keen interest, bWB1
in thai with the
Ramaaia will im
mediate ? eat? i san war.
Rumanian public opinion is in favor
RISE ON PROFESSOR
i ' r
Rome, Nov. 20 Signos Grase!, pro
? uf anatomy In the ' diversity of
Sad one of the leaders of the
(?ermanophile party, was the victim of
a hostile demonstration by students at?
tendu,g lus lecture ye ? Bignor
much affected that be
The Pope is Mid to have sent s con?
gratulatory telegram to the King of the
Belgian ? day.
Berhr.. Nov. M ?by wireless via Say
ville, N. V i. The following wa? given
?mi officially to the preis to-daj .
"Information fron Durhs - .
Africa, ' (feet I .?
?? - feared
The y ... ,?lS."
Austria Will Meet Nctes.
Kuhn. Loel :.?1 ?the National
Hank, who floated e thre?
loan fur Austi Decembi r i 112
-?ing of ?1J
announced yesterday that they had
r.formed by cable th.it the notes
? maturity, Jana iry l.
(j??, of winch eae-half ?aus retin
We have ? uccessfolly installed the :
GULBRANSE.N PLAYfcR Inside ?1 hun
dredi ol Stein s ly Wanoi
Send for catalogue ind read what
thete on ner ? have to lay about tins
?'."?nl'Tl'il | I lycr
lile -.nip,' .md only non-visible
i ill < ? ? th woi i?i thai presgrvei the
ii ne proportl? m and mperioi qualities
?if the piano Inside ol ??? blch it 's >n
? laranteed?Convenlenl term"?.
I'lmrii'. i .ill, m write for estimate.
505 Fifth Ave.. N. Y.. Cor. 42nd St.
T. ?;? ? he ? Mill
KIEDIVE WITH TURK
IN MARCH ON EGYPT
He Is Quoted as Bitter
Toward England for
London, Nor. 21. The "Pmnkfurter
g" publi h. ' riew, which
granted by the k m I
Egypt to its corra pondent, The Khe?
dive, who received the eorroapondenl
mi tin \ ? ihora f the Bosporus,
"I ragnrd the iltnotion with calm
! ness end rlth absi
England prevented me, without any
? i and irtthont any right, from re
turning to mj country. In eiew of this
.i-i oil ' ?""? I
declined ???? ith indigi
any proposals The most sacred duties
determined me to ram ? tnnti?
DoplOi i" f Egypt
" ! n da* i ..-.?. s . . are at
ind a mighl. on is being
red by us, th? ' ' hleh is
. the temp?
nt,.I t ? ??*
I do BOl for a mo?
ious in In my
country from all i I popula?
tlon ? ?
"I and mj people ? ted by
the prii ind we
tl) well whal is our highest
d the head of the faithful.
and with I I
I "iitlinuil from pi4?e 1
? ? aiiy a ton and s
peed of 200
? hmise will
? I,' 'I inte ruins while the
n.iilt is left Standing, With a section of
??civ loom fron . to ?'-. liar e.\
Their >ucces> In keeping their line.-?
.. it 'h?- i | Ger?
man force in tfa ibuted
which ? ire be?
g upon the comfort of their men.
The troop.-, are gettin* im the
tranche In t? id o: being In them for
days mi end amid all I trench
work entoile, they ure relieved at fre?
with hot food,
their clothei are dried ami they cet
complete, if brief, vacations. Supervi?
sion probably nevar bef In war?
-ed over the
health ol the men. lire army service
rking with The
word "favorable/' ? .- now comforta?
According to report- fron Bruges,
?nr^e I have
plannii lated coun
It is learned that I lermans on
? ml on the
big locks ai Nleuport, through which
tl a waters of the North Sea are sweep?
ing inlnnd. Tl.? whieh w-as
i? ndueted in a number of armed auto?
mobiles, woe repnlsed.
NATURE OF CANAL
CARGOES A SECRET
Panama, Nov. ordere
hove heir; issued to preserve neul
' the fu.- /.one.
Hereafter no information will he given
to an.. I the cargoes car
Dg 'he waterway
.tering the terminal porte.
1?re have resulted partly
from President Wilson's recent neu?
trality proclamation and partly from
(forts of British diplomatic and
consular agents to learn what ships
l cool and other probable con?
traband through the canal for possible
Army and navy officers stationed in
tioned not to give information.
CANADA BANS N. Y.
Ottawa, Ont., Nov. 20, Action has
been taken by ths g i i to m op
?he entry into Canada of pro-German
newspaners published in New York.
Three pap.-r are on the pro?
By otder m council it ha?, been made
a Criminal otlence to circulate theso
papers :?? ? si ads or to save them la
LOSSES IN INDIAN
London, Mot 20. Casua.ty lists Is?
sued to-nifiht show eight officers
killed, forty-four wounde?' _nd six
Indian force two Bl'it
killed ami seven Br tish and ten native
Three British and
? eoi ded as
FLEE CHILIAN PORT
Lima. Nov. '-'il The German steam?
?niP L ? ?- SS Line, with
8.000 ton of co.il on board, ha?
ll ft Coronel, < si hav
Germoi .:,,. has se
of the Luxor.
Lord & Taylor
Fifth Arenue, 38th Street, Bftth Streel
To-day?The Last Day of The
"Seventh Annual Sale of
Offering again the same magnifiiem val?a
of former years.
Your choice of the b??i American nnd EngUsk
footwear, Comprising Every Desirable Style for
Dress or ?im?neos Wear.
$5.00 to $6.00
$6.00 to $8.00
The English Footwear i* made
ever our own Lasts and Patterns.
The Entire Stock included, with the exception
of the "Cordwainer" and Bench-made Shies.
Many men take advantage of thin annual event
h if purchasing enough Shoes to last a year.
Street Floor, 8**h Street Entrance.
Men s Splendid Business
Suits at $2s*on
Usually M5.00 to $40.00
imported Cloths?American Made
Full Silk Lined Suits of pure wool, Scotch and
English fabrics imported by us direct and cut and
tailored bv wie of the lust makers in -America.
Men's Heavyweight Knit
Overcoats at $iq.so
Roomy, comfortable Overcoats with graceful lines
in Fall and Winter weights -dark Oxford grey,
brown and green mixtures in three different modela
Unusually Interesting Specials in
Women's Auto Veils
Dust-proof tnd washable, '-''?_? yards Ion?1
and 3ii inches tride, in all the best shadr*
L'sually |4.00 and - ? 0OJ
Special Values in Men's Fur Coats
Men s Fur-Lined Coals
Broadcloth shell and heavy rat lining, I .
?>onie with satin yokes and slcCTCS over f $59*5?
fur. with Persian, rat. seal ?ml natura'
Otter lorn: shawl collars, usually $85 00
Men's Raccoon Coats ,
Full ?ride >kirt. shawl tollir. \Mn?l body
lined, and \?netian yoke and lloares.
Special Comb na ion Offering
For the Chauffeur
Irish Frieze Overcoat
Double breasted, convertible, or standing
collar, inverted pleats.
With t\M> pairs of lonjr, trousers.
heavj matinal, Norfolk ?r pleated model
It 1 p proof ribbed .
Any style to match suit or overcoat.
With hiirh shawl roll collar, in Bbaroon,
na\y. green and white; si?,?, :it? t,-, j?
[ mallj H "o t ? I9.00J
I - :.-il!y
- I 00
London, Nov. ft, The sending of u
rhiplOOd of Chri by children
of America to the young inhabitant.-,
of countries suffering from the rav
ages of war ha? urou-ed much interest
here. The 1
.'?.-on, which ?? bringing the irift>, i?
expected at Falmoutn in a f?.
The Belgian Minister bos requested tin
American Relief l.'ommiision to take
: charge of the pre?ents destined for
i Belgium. He suggests thut they be
'ripped from the J*-?n t0, .?,
where the machiner?/ ?'."?.
commission might I - ?or ""
The commission has sent a letter t>
the German ?'onsul at Rotterdam, as?
Ing him to thank his government l
r of the ?Jerman aa
thorities in distributing the irst tnr
ments of food to Belcteae. Th# , *
n is renewing it? endea"?
.'.? the Briti.-h governmei"?
raise the embargo on the *,(Por''Aa
of food, .1 it is feared that C*<T^
coming from America will not ^
in time to prevent actual starve?
, the remote parta of r*?-.!-1?*
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