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ASKS LARGER ARMY
TO PROTECT JAPAN
Oktinii Cabinet Will Call
on Diel for More Men
ami More Ships.
\ nrfOT army and
avy w-re rerora
the Prime
v
? i ? gS their
the Imperial Diet,
??ftiM? on r-eeember *?
sos te
? ml Ii terest, for the
- net of the
? ? set to meet
,?-?. -??i, or
Conservotlve, patty, which forms ama
??>! t? of the House of Repraeentetlvee.
"After eeraful consideration of the
problem of national defence from the
viewpoints of diplomaej Rod Bounce,"
sold the Premier, *ths ministry ha?
some to the , onelneloD thel
Inotionol situation doe? not permit the
postponement of nn increase In the
The Premier admitted that the irieat
ri of She money BOVOd bj N
trenchmente effected in recent
which hud hern Intended for home ;in
1 dertakings, y is bod te be need for ??ar
\? \ i r theleee, the Cabinet
fa? or? hi arm)
? the oavy,
y increase K opposed.'- the
, i i ?i "en ihr gTOUl 1 of "Mr
,.- intimacy with Russia The
tr> Is ileriiK' it? best to advenes
bul this ? ?
? onship le ne i es
. ...i.i t.t measure of na
Use ? s mus? ram? m
i?er that the solidarity of the I
Spot Upon the
I strength of this empire. Strong na?
tion as we are, ours is a seagirt conn?
try. and an efficient army is needed t<
maintain our connect ion with th< eon
tinent and to fulfil our mission."
Japon, the Premier concluded, wool?
hove an Ineraoeingly Importent rois U
nloj m ths world event?, and all shoot?
be united to faco ths problems thai
might s
BRITISH LOSSES IN
EAST PUT AT 80,000
Berlin, NOV. '.'0 (by ?virrless via Say
ville, N. Y.i The following WUS given
OUt Oflleioll) tn the prers to dnv:
"The laforaaotioa comes from th?
Turkish military rtead?jiiiirter-i that the
fighting In Trans-? ancasia Is pi
iiiK favorably. A RueaUfl ?tiiiidiinl.
four guns and inati> pi ."?:- WON
taken.
"The T.iri\i?h troops have been rein?
forced by Persian tribesmen 1 or 1
Newton estimates the British lo-ser. 01
?"'."
FREE For Test of QUALITY
CIGARS "MADE IN U. S. A."
(Manufactured in Bond)
UNITED CIGAR STORES
FREE FOR TEST
!
iS"
avana - American
Ulunts
?'tail price of these
cigars. S-for-25 ct?s. )
FI<EE with every pur?
chase of cigars, amount
mi: to $2.00, or over, of
cigare of any brand "Made
in U. S. A."
v. 21st Only
TSe Hmrnna-American brand,
"Manufactured in Bond," in
Tamp*. FI*., it m national fa-ror
ite inon| clear Havana imok
-?i The Riant is one of the
popular ?hap??.
Cigars made in Tampa,
Fla?, of tobacco grown in ( 1uba
take second place to none.
Cigars "Made in U. S. A."
are proving out.
We must go to Cuba for the
tobacco, but where Nature leaves
off American genius begins.
Cigars imported from Havana no Ion ?
ojo unchallenged for highest quality.
This has come to be so apparent
no matter how severe the comparison
that ire are going to prow it without
cost to ?mokero.
V
For this test we are going to give FREE to smokers
cigars "Made in U. S. A." under a United States law
which positively assures them that what they pay for they
get?not only that the cigars are ''Made in U. S. A.," but
are exactly as represented.
Every box of these cigars is
sealed with the new bonded stamp
reading "Manufactured in Bond,"
which certifies that the U. S. Gov?
ernment itself guarantees them to
be made exclusively of tobacco
imported from Havana and to have
been n ade (according to the Span?
ish method) by the skilled workmen
of the Tampa, Fla., factories.
FREE FOR TEST
5
Havana- American
(UniTersal giie)
(Retail price of these
cigars, 10 cts. each.)
FREE with every pur?
chase of cigars, amount?
ing to $2.50, or over, of
cigars of any brand "Made
in U. S. A."
Nov. 21st Only
The llrnvfriul size of the
Havana-American hrand it
probably the largest telling 10
cent cigar in the United States.
&>
This is strictly a "Made in U. S. _4."
proposition. Cigars imported from Havana
excluded.
FREE FOR TEST
5
Flor de Mur?as
(P-er?eccionad? size)
'
(Retail price of those
cigars, 2-for-26 cts.)
^?aFREE with every pur?
chase of cigars, amount?
ing to $3.00, or orer, of
cigars of anv brand "Made
in U. S. A."
Nov. 21st Only
The Flor de Mur?as factory in
rampa is a branch of the Flor
dp Mur?as factory in Havana.
Duplicated quality in both
t'ai tories.
We know of no better, fairer way to
establish the high quality of the cigars
which are our leaders in the Clear Havana
grade.
Our tremendous sales of cigars received
direct from the Tampa manufacturers make
our prices possible.
No jobbers, no middlemen in between
our customers and the source of production.
An invitation such as we extend to
smokers to-day will leave unchallenged our
claim as above set forth.
The risk is all ours.
TODAY the offer herewith made will be in effect in
UNITED CIGAR STORES in New York and Brooklyn,
New Jersey, and Westchester County, N. Y.
?
UNITED
CIGAR
Official Reports of
French War Office
_,_
Peris, Nov. 20, The following bref
oflclal stotemenl was isenod np 'ho
Wot Oflse to night)
"There Ii ae Important Inetdent te
report."
I he afternoon Stotemenl av'i
"I he .lav of November II wns marked
by the almost total soeonce of Infontrj
nttack? on the purl of the eneiiiy; si
the same time '.heir artillery t1r<> was
much less violent than on the afternoon
of Novembei I ?
"I.? the north the weather has bee-i
rerj had and snow ha? folien, All the
of the Vsei i sn I, te the seal
ol D .mude, is invade- bj the water?.
"in t'unit nf Ramseapello ws have
withdrawn from the wotoi two 10.8
centiiiietre mortars abandoned by the
Germons, rhere has been a very fair
lv intense artillery ?W to the south
of 1 pre?.
"On the centra there have been no
Important actions to report. In the
Argonne three rigorous attack? en the
port "' the enemy's ?nfentry have been
repulsed.
"??n our right wing tlie (?ermnns
have reoccupied the destroyed seetioa
nf ? honvencourt. Further t" the east
vi hoVS made some prOgTOS
" i htngton, Nov. 20. Oispatche?
from the Frei eb Poretgn 0_.ee to the
? mbai | bars t?
"From ths sea to r?eteos there ares
?
i ? m., o.?- i nen th? ent re da], Our
artille) ? other hand, succeeded
in dislodging Germai litarles In
port '! he
i .. to sc it
tared artiller* Are for o 1 .me, but the
araether woa exceedingly bod and it
snowed f? r h
"Thon ' ? Importan! action be
tween \iias and Noyon Prom
to Rh< ?n Int.
artillery firing, ?>nr artillery has suc ?
: r, ?le-? i. ??f the en
i has bombarded
? uns.
"The bombardment of Rhein?? has
been i
.rgonnc one of our
? iend iermens hod
ceeded in eapl ? ie in m<
retake) lie point ol
tl e be] "!..??
German Army
Official Report
Berlin, Nov. 20 by wireless to Lon
\ ition issued
to-day by th" German General I
Headijunrti r? says:
"In Weat Plai
? ? chango
fituation has tak?
"Hen? |
looked and then ps I
bnve r
cult A i reneb sttacl
the soi ? Verrinn, wss repulsed.
'"i he ? tuation
froir ier rems
the plain of the Masurian Laki ?
Ruaslani c i icupied fort
in Which were son ?
non. The ? ? my through
l.ipno and
lack hu? iriiuli progr? it h of
Plock.
".No IS bl reached in
the figl ting ..i"
east ?:" l sei
ARMY OF MILLION
VOTED IN ENGLAND
Under Secretary for War
Thinks This Will Be
?Sufficient.
'."?. 20 11.' House of
Commons to-day formally passed the
rota for th?
t?mate, a hlch pi i ir nn addi
... nr'r j i :' 1,000,000 n ?
.
meatione I b) l lith in the
i louse of Commons leal ?' It is
from the territorials and
:
to bl
? ririg to the suppleni' . ?
Harold J l*<
? i ry of State !"r \?-' ri : |
? icw waa that this further million men
ough'
government was able
? t, te crown British arm.- with su'
eese. Be ?leclined to g.?e the actual
i numbers of mer.
r: srked the! the
, by the Prime Minister, which
roughly In the i eighborhood of 1,100,
000, were I ,r than above the
; ai'fual total.
The present idea of the War I
| Mr. Tenr.ant ? or dupli
' ente the terr!??.'
battalion fur b? d the
other for foreign tot
With regerd to the ug ?? l loi
! .rd Kitchener1
should be treated
professions
reed, "Tl
I.nrd i '. ?and
sdvoc it?
? ? ? .
I mat?.-1 o? he. fe<
a
BRITAIN REFUSES TO
LET U. S. HAVE WOOL
Declines t<> Modify Embargo on
Imports from Australia
and Other Places.
Washington, Nov. 20 Great Rri'ain
h? declined to modify in fawir of
Amer. turoi ' mbargo
\ ' ? ol f 1 on A .?-traira
?r..! other British dominion! II bad
oped thai niter the needs of the
had h.-, o tat ? ified Anieri
,-,:. night be permitted to buy the
Australian surplus, giving guai
that neither the wool in.r goods made
in?m it would r- I
many, but
informed to-de that for 1
? DO ? SCeptlons would be D
In S] CS as?
surance, h. rials here an?l In?
?
It is understood that the decision of
the Bril
- aiio to ru
STRANGE AERO SEEN
OVER ENGLISH TOWN
-
London, Nov. 20 A Dovei ?entrai
i News ilreral
Bf
The ?
i mittina
?
There was no indu- '
it is
:.t here that it probabI> was an
El gllsh on?.
SCHWAB SILENT I
ABOUT AUDACIOUS
Steel Man, Who Was on
the Olympic at Time of
Disaster, Won't Talk.
REASON IS, HE WAS
QUEST OF ENGLAND
Mere on the Adriatic. Predicts
Prosperity Denies New Con?
tracts with Allie-..
Ch?ries M Schwab, pr?snieiit of the
Hethlehini Steel < ompiiny, and Archi?
bald Johnston, the first \ ice-presiden '
who were pas engen on the White.Star
liner Olympic when she rescued the
crew and tried te taw the lost British
battle-cruiser Audici?n . arrived here
last, night from Liverpool by th<> PTbtte
Star liner Adriatic uftei a business
trip of f? o week? in England.
Mi. Behwab contributed no informa?
tion concerning tbe loss of the i:
worsfa |i i be subj? el ? ss bro ii
.i. elsred 11
had le en practical!) s gne I of tbe
British government since bis m rival in
he could not talk
- \\ hen informed
?
Mr. Schwab
.?aid: "Well, that . snd there
te be said sbo it H "
i h" in a much more
optim rid than when he
''? pei ted " ic, s moi 11
"I I confident of tlm
brighl . ? really prosperous
"'lldi' ? ; I ,,,. y-.irs,"
h .'.lili. "I look far a steady
? ? v, not un??
il pros
" I he i Inited Stal gomg to be
lamentable
Europe, .1
?ill perhaps be tin
? ? ample, Germany
om 12 000,.o
' annually, -
"ini to
? sports
tels or greatel
crippled, and the world must turn to
Mr. mphatieollj
ind M r. .'";
the l'?riti?h or F
r that befoi
war 1
?e barf not
In this com ?
guou tern?
? ?
could t be made | ew.
|
? trad for ci a -'
?
i
? ' ? ? nker, a ?
1 Irexel, who is
'
\ Ii ? accompan ?
: red the war
i tha*
'
? ? m. Mr. D
t that 1
would not open for
?
Dr, Dav ? J?rne Rill, '?inner I
c i sccom
? r. re
\ it i ? ? ? i t ri p of
???i Ian?! and Paris.
: mobi
. -
When th? I i
Alex?
?
tents, who
hve?l Gate, I Ol
Wedi ?
, while
the r? thering heavy
.. man
had be?
not lik?
: th?
. ? ,'i had brood? d over
?ted for m
LORD ANGLESEY AT
HOME FOR CLOTHES
War Spoils Wealthy Marquis's
Wardrobe Predecessor
Had 800 Coate.
.
London, Nov 20 The reason why
1 the Marquis of one of the
weal' r ? ngland, sud
! retun.' '
ftei remaii Rita Hotel
ich te
' rejoin I US I I ? ?
.
war- fur. e.i to apply for a brief leave
dn'1 have
to h i s back ? '
teai ol campaigning started th? work
m of a
.
a
' .
out. ye I
? i ?hip.
The
curl
last holder of th.?
? marquis's e,,usin, was
-??-sor of the
?srdrobs in Ei .
includ . three h .
1,500 BRITISH SAID
TO HAVE DROWNED
?
]<.? rlie N <\ Say
? ?> . Ri tceiv?
i
?
i near
... ?id that 1
d in th? I er < anal.
BETTER OR WORSE EDICT
Judge Tells Marriage Rules to
Woman in Court.
When a < ? ' merry for
ag the
? ? r marriage will not be
I annulment
:? if Supreme Court I
'. Arthur S. Tompkins, I White
:
? inkins made this clear yeo
sg t.i grant si ii nul
'A????. I?
r Woodruff.
? ?
be ?.?i
: exhlb
? times,
hut that after th? ihs found
? that he had
? ? employ?
i
.
-
this.
if a marring
? of v.?. hat
sftar bis searriegs The couple uke
? each other for bettor or worsa." i
GERMAN CRUISER
STIRS UP NORWAY
London, ?Nov. 21?A dispatch ta tha
f'entral Naw* fr?,m CopOBBBgBB ^ays:
"Hi'causo the '?crmari auxiliary
cruissr H?-rlin, now interned, WSS nl?l??
ta PBM Fort Tnitiilh it-m, Norway, un
rhalliriK'd, tin? t-iiiiiiniinilant of t ht* fort
ha^ been removed arul mi iiii|tiiry iriRti
fated. The people iir?- greatly stirred
tiviT tha inci<Ient, at Tron?lhjem it a
iiu'.hI harbor, Brcividod with powerful
MBrehlighte, and tin? queatiOB is nske<T
how 'he Berlin, was able to ??'?'
unnoticed."
Th? Berlin, a former North German
Lloyd steamer, en'-r^d Trondhjem on
November 16 and voluntarily interned.
It BM believed that previously ?ah?*
li.nl been uetlntf n ? u convoy for ?tub
NO PROTEST ON
CONTRABAND LIST
U. S. Will Reserve Right to
Object in Specific
Cases.
i From T!r? Tr?l.un? Hur**?i. I
Washington, Nov. 20. The (faltad
StatBt will make no general protest
?gaiasl ?'.? absolute and conditional
contraband lis) ? I to the Btota
?ii'iii on Oe olNtr 'il by the Brit?
ish Anilin will reserve the
riirht to olij'Tt if ipoeiflc ra-??? of Itiz
tire m
policy ?? oi oBtliaod by Stal
partmonl officials t" day In rospoase to
InquirUe, Manufacturers of automo
l'.Ii- ni.'i i'ther vchiclM who ha?.e re?
ceived ordt k rmany have been
pari eularl) anxious to have th?
Department me errang?
? bj ?hey eould All thtM orden
? dm -??- o?
Oflleiali poial obI thai ratrel
and rnanuf
bava 'i perfect legal riK'ht ?<? ?el
produel i to bollig ?
International law to prohibit such
eoBBtry i?
mad? tha ba ?? for outfit! ing an i
tin?! to n belligarei I !?
elaar, howover, thai shipments
? ? '?er s.?
fur ?? thii goven ant Ii concerned if
! he e
* r-t h, ?
ATTEMPT MADE
TO KILL SULTAN
. ?.
Petrograd, fio* 20. Confer?
- ?
shown the
? ? ? ? Triple
" -
the -?
I:. : ." have ?re iched Bbi
many arrea!
u tinople In coi
pt against tha I I
A group has been arrested bel
?,, l(. i i?y Burk
! im i iui sd that the Sul
if 1-? ddin, -
m the :
THREE RELIEF DAYS
New York University to Work
for Belgians.
Klmn- K. BroVB, chancellor, an
i noun'- lay that November 28,
24 ami 25 will be known as Belgian re?
nt Now York In:
Archibald L Bounton, dean of tl
- and pure
?to ai?l the suffering
in?,
i | aneellor Brou n'a ?
me iter of I rlsl bridge.
ind, who wrote: "Send cloth?
more clothes. I plead for ?
.--. and a nation I tching
? .; "
gate Mompmuj
Broadway at 34th Str?set
Men's $4 & $5 Derbies
at $1.95
Supposed to be a little too
light- merely a supposition!!
I hese Derbies are a little too light to pleatt the maker.
He is a ?tickler for trifle??so are we. rind th?* lighter a
Derby he, the better we like it. So these particular
Derbies have been blocked into the newrst models, given
a $4 and $i finish and marked at $1.95. And at that
price they are the best Derby value in town.
Men's Shirts at $1.30
reduced from
$2,00, $2.50 and $3.00
Just to clear our shelve? for newer merchandise, we have
marked these shirts at a uniform pri<**_ to m ike a quick
market They are made of fine woven F ren< h cloths that
will stand a lot of wear and tear?beautiful ?Aligns, in
figures and stripes, on both light and dark ?rounds. Per?
fect making, perfect fit, and superperfect values.
Today?Men's $2.00
Worsted Underwear at $1.40
A high grade natural worsted underwear of a very ser?
viceable quality, made right, in just the rieht weight, un?
shrinkable, and unequalled at this figure. Regular and
stout sizes. What's yours >
Main floor.
Men's $2.00 Washable
Kassan Cape Gloves at $1.15
A tan cape glove, with the washable feature added?
shown in smart tan shades, prix seam sewn, and fasten?
ing with one clasp. We commend it heartily.
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QUITS CELL AMD U. 5.
Italian Banished from Here to
Escape Prison.
When thi out of her
?lock to-day Harry L. Streid and Toh-r
v. R< ? of the Criminal
? 'ourt of Baltimore, will be at ->10
1 ?ilan?l" spent la
Pollei to make bis '!? ??
. '.;, and parmil
and Reinhard to partake of the I
the Headquarters
?
Orlando is poing home on parole.
He ? i d to three rears in the
land Penitentiary for having
i several of his countrymen.
Friends and relatives urjre?l hit n
and promised he would leave the coun
tn
SUICIDE ECHO OFWAR
Brother Killed, Bitter Endl
Life?2 Men Seek Death.
Caroline Rat?
. N J., \
throwing I a ?indo?
rmany
?
iB Vonkar. wliose home and fam?
ily are in ted to kill
g his throat
In Newark. He return tt>
? over in
?.hein
In Ossining J<
kill hin ? y tu
a chance fur :
! hume t.,
g ?
Brooklyn N. E. Dinner.
The thirtv-iourth annual ?linner of
the N
will be held
?. .Montagu?- it. I?
tor, ? ?
?
rd, of
JOHN \\ ANA M AK FR
Men's Clothiers for 53 Years
READY TODAY
from 8.30 to 5.30
to fully satisfy any man with
what he wants, NOW, in
DRESS OVERCOATS
STORM OVERCOATS
MOTORING ULSTERS
FUR OVERCOATS
FUR-LINED OVERCOATS
THE NEW SUITS
EVENING CLOTHES
UNCOMMON ? IATS
EXCELLENT SHOES
WARM UNDERWEAR
SERVICEABLF ?uCKS
NEWEST NECKTIES
PICK OF SHIRTS
WORSTED SWEATERS
ANGORA GARMENTS
MOTORING COMFORTS
GOLF SUPPLIES
All good, and guaranteed
Prices moderate
BROADWAY AT NINTH

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