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for'itVat'.'ms with h*avy I? . I>ukhi to flee, leaving a number of dead. T ? ' '.?otiim, include era. fron? The Aual ing about Russian ' ? af Tucho?? to-day. on Twenty-six" ? ? virtually annihilate! grade. During the !?? I ? ? ? ? including a mo? ii . Retreat of EllMifl by London as Strategy Plan London, trograd correspondent of evenir | n that ? ? ' ? Th.? Germana I ? ?tllTened remnai a hole ? r has rea ai Duke ? to dri hold f gi.- front Uraco? an ' "The Germana I m foi Rival ?tl Sochaczew one ai t? mi . ?I 111 !.. ? did ?:' the river, and ? field aft? r the Russians' I chai ? ? be s?anauc ermana have ?bo??, by the aid of railway? ?biting for a of locomotion than tl Man? l ikilian- Killed. \l ?V itch: "\ .'i v gi ?at fi ...1 de? - ion on aeparat? from r How the H/ura Rawka take the offcnaive. which cai eral I ? "The atoat aou land i? ?Mi the R ??huh thtrti ? miles ? ?i the ? ? . "Immense ?laugl tci in tha * ila m'y ?? definitely establi.?' civilians have !?? r.iati? mid iiii nement houses. whose inhabitant? were cruel ? eaonrj h tried ? ? ? ? men, won lainpb'd t.> \ ng oc . !. Hundred? were k II? d under the wrecked ? ? \ !. ' ? rated of aix I ?, i i arman . bad been fighting in the ?? Russian Lines in Bzura Strong. Says Berlin Report Rerlin (by wireless to Sayville, Tone Uland'. 1 ?tion by th?. official press bureau were the ? far as can he determined from asrailable I altered material the last t?? ? "Ui proceeding aloi t.- * whirr- one ??*] Ru'sian posit.<?t. i extrei ? the \ it protee? from flanV an? Now? Waraaw fortt- . aaeeeed? raasJef tl ? ?? \ ??? aa'a i com par-t' Gal c a, a the R m the rrjrion aorthwai ? ha? com. m the Germans Past Skiermewkz, Pans Official Statement. ? abc . mai'*- ha? ? ? ? i ? ? Poland ?!"? | ... re." If It'? Advertised ?in dhf ?Irtbnne It's Guaranteed. Sa? ?Editorial Page, rirtt Column ALLIES GAIN AGAIN IN SEVERE ATTACKS Report Advances Both in Flanders, Near Coast, and in Argonnc. PROGRESS MAY COST THEA1 DEAR Heavy Casualty Lists Likely Be fun.' Germans Are Driven Out of Present Positions. . Dee SS. Again the Allies td ?mal? ?rain?, in the battle? ? -, but they .* with ..,??? ? i- ce. and military y casualty list? ? be expected before any seriou? impression can be made on the (ier rhnients. The announcement given out by the War Office this afternoon re pot*s ?light progress on the northern end of the allied line, between the sea and the road from N'ieuport to WaBt? ? eauaed a ilaeke? i % of the I* near Arras. Advance? are claimed r.ear Pert he? -leS-HurlUS, ?hare ? machin? g'in? were raptured, and an average gr.in of 800 yards is claimed. I'rogress on the driving back Of cnunter-sttack? Il reported near, I and In ?he forest o* I.e ? fir Itoureuilles, the Piaael apparently lo?* te the (lerman?. The ?.I repirt. however, mentions1 ii in the last named i? .tai -?Acial ie| art received bj wireless from Berl nt the. inel <??! yesterday by the Al-1 Belgium wen ? pulsed that the 1 reneh troop? I greatei Betivityl in the vl ! that j n the : ? , Souain and sited. t bot I BOOB the ? ?ra re'f.ni occasionally Brug. s and If* a All?? il ? ? ? many reports that German ,: rushed from Poland ? an that a new i.erman offen - , | . ? ? ? ? . r Will ? . ;? also pointed eh a shifting of ' ? t to Bi Igium report tl . ? ? nj ground. French Claim Gain of Nearly Half a Mile ? ? ing official led tl i evening: - made throi . . ?? and the I \ ?.-,.?: H .' II ? !y in,. v g to the la' arb. ? ? ? tengl? mi nts ? ? ? ??. 00 I of 1 no other notable incident s ti the official i noon : ' " i. - '.? i day . i Bi Igium we ? and the I v? ? M ? le houses and ibt. ? working in h arm}, are loat to ne. ??In ? I and ourselves to lessen acti*. " I ?? ?.mil ns, on the A and ' . have been artille "In the region of Perthes?lee*Hnrlus aft* ?nade i.inI ? ne which we occupied in part on i \*.i> made an ax?*rage 'gam of ??no yard?. In the last which came into cur posaession x*e ?i if machine puns, in* A \ ?olenl coun? ter attach was * | "\\ cast of B where further counter attack-- on the part emy were without succi "There 1 ? ad ?n the 100 yards * inning ?' ? going on In 'come fairly ? i loua, it wc "There ha? been no InC dent I the Meuse to 1'pper Alsace." German Troops Strengthen Positions They Captured i i He the " 1 jd" to.lax telegra] I xvon bv . ? ? Allies have ? gained sa .. ,,,... H. town? and vil? ? ? Uliea have nol ? \ appeared. now * .i . goad pasi? ?ti Saturday from a ? .ches and I ' aeroplanes continue ?>? and ar. . man tn French Embassy Hears Allies Have Advanced Details ot Allies, inci . . g half u rr - I of two '<!? use, were ? ? ? : . ? * ' ? I tei --.-? ???j our art.. Half of French Territory Won by Enemy Recaptured Ha? re. IK? . .,.? \ ?Tinipansnn ?if the pre???n! ?iluation *?ith that on September 1 rdsOWl that the Mlies ha?e re?<i?ered fehaal half of the tern tor.? atare ix.upii'd by the i.erman?, a<-<-nrdin?. I? I rem b tife-ure?. The per OHJlBglH af th. territory of each of t?<*l\?c French department? or pros In.e? held then and now b> the enein? an 21? en as folio-*?: 1 -;a -.*-?' ? s %r tennet ........ M Man t J BELGIAN KING THANKS AMERICA FOR FOOD GIFT < nntlnnrtl from i>a?? I great kindlines? as though he were I ?bout his own children. "I bailare "my army i? cou I. My people, however, are too he ?ame die? prevails in ?he consrrpt EutOpea Yen n I a??<? feomething rf thi bravery of my people ?.hen to-ir. e chance to witnc?? the peasants working in their ' undrr Khell fire, concerned or.ly foi losse- .the destr of which eauiei them great >-? ' llispatch Sent to America. When ?Edgar Sengecr, Belgian ?' ?ache ?o the American Commission for ? .. Relief of Belgium, en'ered and pre sented King Albert with a report from the commission that enough food was in Bight lo feed bit ; until February 12, the King turned quickly to the correspondent, saying: "Will you be kind enough to con\*ey to the American people my deep grat? itude'.'" He then wrote in ?Sngliah the follow? ing mea "The magnificent generality of the American people In forwarding Im ? quantities of glfti of foodituffi to my suffering people afford? me in? tense satisfaction and touche? me vet) deeply. "In this my country's hour of trial ? ir has ?upported me more I the sympathy and the ? iperb geaoi . ' ? tad la mate? rially leaaening the aame; end I desire to off? tl fenkl and at the same time to convey a message of good will for the ? ALBERT, "K . Belgian? Bet ( ountrk Inundated, h ng Albert also wai anxioui to have the American people know, as be , it, the faetl the story of how hi? troop?, demoralised and dioorganised by their disheartening retreat almost aero."-. ; own country, turned at bay along the V er ?1 .i held bai k the ?Germans there at frightful cost in killed and wounded to their arm?, and of the almoal incalcula ? deliberate In? unda! ion bj owners of the valuabl rt of thi try". rrible nine days in the trenehei along the Y?er." the ? of our bi were killed With thi -less which ?nark g A ??| believe I am not elalmiai I much t? say that i id Dun? at the ba" Warm MTeclion for Soldier? The h .- ipoke with the ??.urine- ? ? ' ?.the eif good ?i - ; ally in the trenches he said: ? i \ exprei ? GERMANS AGAIN INVADE ANGOLA Portuguese Commander of Military Post at Nau lila Retreats. Lisbon i Pai Dae ES. TI i Germane have again nvaded Angola, I '? ea. The far announced m the Chamber of Deputioi unies, who ?ai'l that the Germaaa bad made a fresh at tack on the military post ?t Kaulila, in th.' ? of Angola. The commandai of the post, ?'olonel i Rooadas, the minister Mated, had only a small force a? his disposal, and re- ; treated In ordei to obtain reinforce? ta drive o:. ?ti?. Further del tl i affair, the min- I liter m The first invasion of Ani i 1 place lat?' in October, . to re ., when e in ill part] of German ? for an Interview with the eommandei ? occurred German? arere kille l befoi i I ? Berl n, however, enied that such Reporta from I sw thai men Weat Afi in ? ? *-???? ? additional I Porte t Germany I ? great num and had | ii 1er 1 | of i BRITAIN TO AID SUFFERERS BY RAID i e Britiah ? eminent h . ? bodily or ; naval mi<] . ? ? igh, ?Vhitby. ' . i earad - I nn.g ?-pool ami W : ..: ?mi -.. ? ? ! in?nr?*d ?.rcat d?m?ge also wa 1 te property, I I tro- wife a short time ago. the sec renches a big German not make fart red as ?lbert . . .I: "We must ? e era." *,,,?. . ?? n shows this n mam '?.'.?? scarcely a SflUare left under the rue of l from the dam. Whitloch and l,ib?on Praiaed. ?? | '.i? expressions imerican rel ? , .rre-pondent was Ingling out imericai ' ?tat to Belgiun . and Hugh S Gibeon, seere foi th? i ? . behalf. He dec?an Mr. Whitlock had dona fplendid work ? | med .'.tor between ; . . and their con ? in and expressed the hope that lid remain at his post the i ame. tad I understand that Mr. Whit Br . - III I ' King with a dry smile. ilarly xxarin adifl I 'r BibBOB, ..,-.? matic to I ta andar a i to discussing the nelmed the coun- . ply: ? 1 ,,-., rail] ki "'.x' something of it ? '" to-morrow whan you see our trat." ?"i., . ? has been predicted that you xxill M enter your capital three months?" the correspond >nt ss The King shook his head sadly, say ing: . l.u* ?ome day I si,all ? s at the head of th? Bidding the correspondent good I warm handshake,the K Bg law, hing 1 ommander in Fact. King Albert il the commander of i il ?iiny ib fad as wall as in Bame. i's nto a compact lighting ' ?ii, half 01 its former iperior in ency, i-> .iu.- particularly to the, Kl.'' I'lde.l himself with young and liastie officer? xvho already are ? i "iice, and this BOW with the utmost har ? . ? chief support i? (J/1-"*** i -ho lives only a fexv miles . -?' .i place also on Belgian soil, j omplejte chai. of the ' ' tary hospitals. No ; othei ? eept trained nurse u ? ? ,i the Belgian I of the b allowed to pay - lixing as siniT-iy a? ;iis staff. ? army cot on which he seeks short nap? ? Gorman - re?as the thin Belgian I.?..??lire liOUl -' I r sat, but they are Ir.iiiir virtual!} under campaign conditii the patron B uiidtd, who pre? fer her ? - , The Quean o ? "tally r*"es to Knglan.l to see her :? i voted eking moment to K ng nor the Queen bar tl - i ;e present. King . lur e the I ? REFUSED TO JOIN ^ COLORS; IS SHOT War Unpopular with Ger? man Socialists Forced Into the Army. ? ' ? I a? th? Tribunal Lon . be Daily thron .terview xvi'h a ? -urch in a Germai eitj Hi ted ia Ger i us, bat das i gal ? mantionedi and ? in this country lid: ' popular xxith * I I German] One my per?onnl Inoxvl s i -?.*'.. d to lain the eal? mt and two prix ales . i. and I ? ' " it side ... ? the When things like | der that working ? il rhej ai" are fan ? continue to go than o || ? l'le are beginning | H the truth in spite sf the ? oi. They are not i.ei.riv .-o ? I -.xcre at the bi xxar. and the enormous! ':? list ..? . aplj .-*.- ggering .. I the war would be a I?'.-;?- one. he "I do not. Your Gi unan is ready for '? mo ml of b istei \? ban bi I a i ' COp ird, and ng aga ? ii him Prussia i al lll bate I as xxe aro by the other *.- , ,:.,| when | ? I militarism ha? fa be a raaetii KING AND PRINCE AT SANDRINGHAM Ion, Dae. ZS. The King and Queen have plat I ? tad ferla t mas a? USBal at York Cottar*??, Snn drmiham. I* || , spaeted thai they will be joined bj the I'rinri? ?f Wale?, who headquar? ters. prasenes taed. ? Bi although the ? arrang? n - - will, n ever formal suspension of hostilities As 1'rince Albert do. ? I ? : alter th. aew x?-ar royal hume d?nn,* th? festivities. KAISER TO SEND CHRISMS MESSAGE All His Soldiers Will Re? ceive It Through the General Staff. roi William ?red special ? ti.e !'. leliver g to th? I etinge, according to a "Dai : ' fron * "Th.' train,*' t ? ? points, (be El - the local ?1 -,efs at eh place, d leuisei the local ?ttui'afoa and leaves h'.s n I 'Of course, it is not announced where but_ he will be close t<> the fi i mas i ? " deliv ' ? T ??Ci;. la the ? .--, many ?rifta from small ia tr? the under i aheltera, eampi and hospitals, and ai ilna." U.S. MAY BE MONEY MARKET OF WORLD "Statist," Approving Sale of Arms to All to End War, So Prophesies. ' Vautrai bepartmen? ? | th? port of and ammunition, "' "h need? no I to p-ove that the nur can b. . ? . an early ed. ?? fa i fea a kg? i or that i United ng to ?ell partie? mu saving ? .tli ? .. the "P r/'OrtUI ? \.ii!. one of of the ?y the that ?t has re to fore [?on? ion fend Par the great ? eetsom of late i... rabie part in the ? y ha? been :M r? ? .- vtber than i ' never reached 1 ?London or p ?? ? ill be ? overs ?The ? I out ? ??\. h n ? be ta the immei ?e ad u lanitj if the i 'luted Stat? present oppoii inity If one ? reat i " world portant, s that ano ' ;ch in n b ? !.. I iron . ' erica ?veil. -, will b* feb il] the * h.- ne? .i mi will be. France, liki trust, will be But n need of hel| tapan and S'-rvia. If s -, i?, no lind the mi an? of .. misdating i ??hers. "Likewise, it ,.- immense advantage if were mi t.. althy belligerent! of pos pro ' 'rd to II i tO be .? ? more . and i,i' I futur? ?. SHOWS GERMANY IN 1913 WANTED WAR Kerrero Says Italy Was Warned That Teutonic Powers Did Not I Mr Russia. IB? ? i r . .r : Rome. I.?" (lielmo Perrero, the h "il Mesea? gero" ? "f ? ? concern* in?* i.? ruar. v. latrie srarlike ? made 1 or G tti, an ! ntemplated ntjpt l'lu-'i' --.i- 1 : i hat .-.ome monthi i " ' mpt to laj i. ?I.-' ,191 ."" bad ? .1 S.".' ai ad I ?crmanv wan ' d Italy of I ntioo to at-. against Meatenegro and 'ii?t in ea Ru ian in tan ei wauld not ?lu h k at the pi i I i'opean ?sar A erl ? rted becauae Montai - . ad? vice and ?vacu?t? IS? Profesaor Per? thai the fact remiini thai allied empire? w? ed 1 about a Em opei and were . ' I I do so. BRITAIN REJECTS "5-FOR-r OFFER I.ondin. Dec - recently wen- made B "Thi Daily ? Gar? . ???;..! lui.'l and 6? ' m paper G< , demandi I .. oai 1 D| I man. "Germany 4 ? ? ???per dec?an i? "that I equit? able ' more ?, ?ngland than Co rmaay. 11 .... SERVIA THRICE REBUFFS AUSTRIA i ? Tele I ii ' i i m ? ? "1 .. jgorici. r thi ? tria i ? i Ser I ? la, and can add ' the atl ? ? ' ovara? [ ment. In each l ? ?'.?*? an emphatic ri\ .'ertain any I SUCll a?K-aSO?fel.'' British Soldier's Wife Lives on $5 a Week London, Her. 13.?Some of the Kngli-h -?omen's journals have been discussing with their readers the beat ?ay in which a soldier's ??if? can live on her "alio?*anee" while her husband is at the front. Here ?s the x?ay one ?nVan proxide-? f?*r herxelf and two I lu'dren M a tot.xl income of ">i a week: House rent.$1 fi5 Insurance . ?*? ( oal and wood . Xt) Oil and candle*. . 11 Hread and Hour . ???> Hutter and lard . M Tea. jam and sugar. t" Milk . M Meal. M \ egctables. t'? other foods. 17 Postage . N Newspapers . M I lot hing, etc. 50 Total.53 00 LILLE IS STARVING; ITS PLEA HELD UP Germans Accused of Not Forwarding Appeal to Switzerland. By MME. .1?: w vi < mi: PICiUtD. Part ' Great d stras pre? vails in ?ill localities in Franc* ?elKi ? by the Gorman?. The civil populati fera from hunger and xxaii- of a!', of I I : ral necessaries of life. The sitUBt -.culnrly critical in Lilla, occupied --ince October 10, as can lie i the correspondence exchanged bet1 ' and the German <i ?vernor Genen Heindrich. On ' inder of tl 10, i. - mindii. von Heindrieh been paid I the eit ? that I, I irdment cost the r ? ? < II ?.I*., painted out the distri s of the inhabitants. Tho Governor answered that on ac? count ..:' ti,.' good I ? ??? or of Lille's pop* ?: h? would ? i. tpons for a week tin? pajmai I ar < ontribution, but xv..u!.1 not reduce it that the niilitm ? to do all in its power to help the civil ? ? ation. but I at ;?: England would not. lot food ; lea it * not course, luis plenty, but the 1 ulatioi H ? .ible pligli'. 1870 : - i id this dem;.ml and ? ? ' x ictus .di civil popula lion Ii illty should ; in :ii!.Ii? aid be , ' , would transmit it tu ' " . I'r. I remit' : i rendered in the Oh .i it ing In touching terms the hard coi the inhabitants ol Lille. He I he should obtain ire m the ' R ta te ? Belgium, All 11 been | made ? "La Knllei in ?!?? Lille," con*rol o tuthoi lucing ; ? ? date ? ? nt. KING GREETS ALL IN WAR SERVICE Special Christmas Card Is Sent to Lach Soldier and Sailor. ' . ? I sas i London, U.c. li. King George and Queen Mary are lend d;cr and sailor serving in the British on ... d aanal Chri tma-i which have been prepared one for thi irmy, ?i ? in? .?? p otoa-rravure portrait? of their - "i gieetm? as written by the King himaelf, xxi*i, in- and " ? Qui bottom. [fee ?? in niy and iiux v reads : "With our best xvi?hes for Christasas, 101 1. May G yon and bring you home safe! "MART, B "GEORGE R. I." The greeting f . : is as follows: ??Wit best a ?hei for I 1011. May you i-ooii be restored to .Y B. "GEOBGE B I." Their Ma sat tion to send card- i Ever] c ird ; ? to n eipient la i the royal arm n rich, ?lark crimson ! en velop. - contain ,: GERMANS ACCUSED OF LOOTING BRUSSELS i ' D [?,.!,.. ' from Havn d it d Di after looting |e reis, silver furni? tu""* ! ' women'? cloth .i to ? bad ?QW?***?*"? '???? ? off all the gold ? :' .1.'.? "liu' raar preteeted 'hug ?Ans done i te bi KAISER AT COLOGNE, ON WAY TO FRONT ,.Lo,,'i:. ? ?Caatral dupatch from ? i . ? aays that Em ' P**r.?r \' || im, ? Ul] reach..,i . ,,.??,.,. , ,,,.,, ,-??? 1(|,rhn M bis vtsw tu thu western battle iroau ' "Open Air to bverywhw Increased 'Bus Service We are pleased to announce an increased and fre? quent 'bus service on the iollowing routes: St. Nicholas Avenue Line '? ' tl Street V adu t from ? ? ntral Brt?a?ge 'o ui N SI Nlcho) ia .? ? to Manhatl \ ie, to 110th ,*-'tr.'. t. to ?Fifth Avenu.*, to Waal lire Riverside Drive and Cathedral Parkway Line '". 135th Street from Itro;i"1??.iv ; . Hiker*- de l?ri\e, to ll'tli Btroat, to s?-? ei fi A i " din et ' onnectlon will be made with the 1>ueei "f the Seventh Avenue anil th Ni.'t - ? e Un? ? for Fifth A Venue to Waahlngton Square. Seventh Avenue Lina - - ' to eleventh .v.?- -, r tbe B -v. nth a 72nd Street Crotttown Lin? 1 I ?' ! to Fifth Av< .- t,, im ' ' a ts? tral Park West. Fifth Avenue Coach Co., l02d St., ' ast of 5th / ve. RED CROSS NURSE SAVES MA?EEUGE Germans Spare Town in Which Dying Prince Was Tended. rgne, Dee. .:;. Beeauae a young French K-'d ( ro i nurse took n par? ir int??re?t in an eighteen-year-old German lieutenant who waa Brought unconscious into the boipital at Ifau i three da) i later, the ? iring ci*y of Mi has been highly favored I man eonqu.ror.'. and is enjo;. greater degree of freedom than any af the r Kreuch border town.? ll Get* man territory. WOUndi .1 ??ernian proved to be the Prince of f?axe-Meiningen, nephew r He had ?uir. : fractured skull in an encounter ??-??h ? 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