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TTie Great War?llT8tti Day Allied Naval Forces Shell Ostend Base Destructive Bombardment of U-Boat Rendezvous Admitted by Berlin l.ONPON. Oct. 21. Allied naval forflflfl have carried out a destruetiva 'romb.rdment of Ostend, the chief Ger? man submarine base on the North Sea II wafl offlcially admitted by Berlin to day. The (,'crman announcement i. briaf, stating mcre!y that "damage has been caused to housea in the town." No report of the operation Is contained Ifl either the French or British War Office statement. Presumably the bom? bardment was carried out by Brit? ish warships and may have resulted in military damage the extent of which would not be revealed in a German communique\ The raid on Osiend come. at a time when the Brjtisn j.ress ifl calling loudly for naval operations against the enemy's l'-boat hases, and sharply eriti 1 eisir.g the government for th. rerent (iermar, naval i-uccesses in the Baltic ktld Nortfl sens ar.d for the failure of ;iir fiefences io cone with the latest Zepp.lin raid. Several oapers urgr the landinf of troops at Ostend as theonlv real .olntiflB of the submarine prob lein. Britiah IMan New Thrust Mesrwhile on the flanders front the British guns Hre preparmg for ? new '. which will decide in large meas M*. the fa!e of the submarine bases ar.d the (ierman occupation ot the en tre rejrion from the coast to the Meuse. Although no more than raids have been taken by Haig's troops so far. the ry battie has reached enormous naioni eas* at Ypres, an almost certain sign of the renewnl of the great linve. In the Aisne region, especially north ?:' SoiflflOBfl, the French gunners jire maintaijiing a drum tire on the (ierman trenehes. and large military aetions are foreshadowed there as well, probably taking the form of a .ioint of fensive with the Bntisn. On both frontl the Germans are showing their t ervoaflBflfll in the face of fresh at ? Irish in Successful Kaid Among the successful raiding opera earricd out by the Allies to-day irfltrfl flflflaaltl by Irish troops north . .-? of Crelflillflfl, advances by the na in the region of Dixmude: rflBCh thrusts north of the Aisne,. in which numerous prisoners werecapt- | Gennan advances north of Be \. on the Verdun front. und ? of Mont (arnillet, in the Cham were repulsed by Petain'* with lossea to the enemy. ri?] operations were continued .? the day, with suceess for the [ The Bruges docks and the I uirdrome were heavily shelled. sh fliers and set on tire ifl (ierman airplanes dropped ? ajxty bombs in the Dunkirk re bBI caused r.o casualties. The German t-tatement claims the brmg.ng down of nine Allied KTiators. -a ? French Attack on Macedonian Front LONDON, oct. 21. Haavy f.ghting li | on along the Macedonian front, according to the (iermar. War Office, reports the rcpalflfl of strong I French attacks on the wcatfll-a flank of . iful local cn m the Monflftil region. : ? ? eh assault, probably cooper '-iian units under GflB* ..... 4\bs .i .-.ered batarafln Skuml r i iichrida after ry preparatior.. Ger Balgaiian *roops by gun tire .-?-. according to ' hrida to the (crna ? of the Var- | dar ii flttii Ity is re- ? nnflfl t-latemer.t. Ior mrai' *.me there have been hinta forcft. in Macedonia great military movement | . ?? y, with possible j Coi itantmople and Although tha fighting aetivity I ? front ha* i ot bome out these . that Sarrail is m.tfliBg greater than ! ? the immense army . . hich now embrace. eek and Albanian unitf. Brazil to Use Seized i Ships on Own Coast : IANEIRO Oct 21.?A spe 'ar'iianientary committee has ap liflll of the government ? . I thfl German ships ta I by Hraz.l. These will be BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE BUY YOUR LIBERTY BONDS THE NEW HOME OF THE ANDERSON GALLERIES PARK AVENUE __. FIFTY NINTH STREET READY IN NOVEMBER' BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE HUY YOUR LIBERTY BONDS Official Statements Wcft RRITISH bOMPOM, Ort. "I iPAYl. On *he night of Ortober II and the morning of the _nth homhlng raid* aa aoval alrer*tt wora carried : cut on the Rrugee dock* and the Kngel Mr* ! drome A flre i? reported U have broke,, ; out. t arge nuantitle*. of ixplonivc. wer? dropped All our ma.hinea returned. 1NIGHT1 Iri?h troop* carried out a aur cea.ful raid nt noon northweit of t ro| .illea nnd captured a few pri.one--. Our men ra turned without lo??. Our r?troln captured twelv -.n?oner_ this morning nouthen.t of l'olygor. Wood Thrre wai great aitl'lery artivity tc* day on both _idr_ of the battlefront. FRENCH PARIS. Ort. _1 (OAT). On the Alme front there were riolent artillery artion* In the coiirae of the night. An er emy munitions depot waa explodcd by our battrriet. Our reeonnoitring patrol. In the refion of Laffaux made priionera. Sevrral enemy ?urprl?e at'acks we?t ot Mont Carnillet, on both hank* of the River Men.e and In tha .ector of I__ Chapeletta wer* without ?urce*a. rbe enemy left pri*oner? in our hand* ?NIGHT l. According to 'atest reporta the enemy'? *.urpn-.e attark northweat of lleton vaux. announced in the rommuniration of thii morning. wa* in the nature of a ?trong attark After a .iolent cngagement our troop. drove back the enemy retaintng po? aeaplon of thetr position*. In tha evening of Oetober 20 Orman air plane* dropped about ?'xt '.onnbs in the neighborhood of Punkirk. There were no rasualtir*. among :he civilian population. BELGIAN ( OMMINKATION la the cour?e of the nigM ine of our recontioitring detarhment* raided l nrmy trenches north oi Dixmude and brought back priaoner*. Our artiili ry mlenred a number of enemy h_t teriev Numeroui bom!?<> were dropped on our cantonmenU. ARMV oi ihk EAST, Ort ' rhe or* tillcri fighting ??n re?ume?l with eoneUri able mtennitv ,i'?nt thc who'e front, notahly in the region of Poiran and north tt Mona^tir. GERMAN FKRMN, Oet -J O.tend ha- been hombarded from the sea. Damage ha.*. beei, c?\,?ed to hou?e? ln the town. On the Handern land front, there boiag a "trong rnlut, there wa? little firing octivit) until evening tAttata darkne?s i ame the I firing wa? intense on the coast, near Dn rnude and at -.ome ?ector* on the main hattlefleld. Enemv reeonnoitring dfltaeh* ment* advan.-ed many time?, but were ie pulaed with heavy loime* Army group of (ierman ( rown 1'rinre After a foggy and, therefore. nuieter. morn? ing the artillery duei mrrea?ed nt midday, when the viaibilit] improvrd. ri*ing froni Yauxalllon a* far e- Rraye tu the greate-t violence It continued iindimini.hed during the night and swelling many time* to drum put ir.to !>en-ire between Rra/.ilian ' port*. The committee also decided to recom mer.d the suppression of the lepislative provision which assured lndcmnity after the war to the owners or char terers of former (ierman VOflflfllfl. The Rrazilian government. aceordintf ' to a recent dispatch. had under consid- i eration the utilization of tho seized | German Moamers for the orjrani Of international steamr>hip ilaoe. II ??? r-a.d that the realizution of this, pro.iect deperrded solely on an under* Btanding between Hrazil and the Alliei a 285 Kiiied by German Raiders in North Sea _ i LONDON, 0?t 11. One hundred ar.d . rifty lives were loat on Wedncsday, when live Norwetrran, one Danish and three Swedish vesseis were sunk by two German raiders in the North Seu. The British Admiralty on Saturday "tated that 188 ofleen and men of the | Hrit:?h dcstr.yers Mary Rose and>| Strongbow were lost when tho.-e two voaaalfl were sunk by raiders. The ', Mary Rose and the Stronftbow were i (onvoyinj; the merchantmen when the j attack occurrtd. ( HRISTIANIA, (?ct. 21. The "Afton j.osten" ha? detinitdy UCaitaiBad that ?iitaen Norveglaaa, aavantaen Swadei and o.__htjr-Bevon l!n.'l?shmen were ; killd in the convoy artion on Wedn?'? day, but adds that the total number ifl ' probablv mueh greater. Thc cr.'.v of <>ne rteamer, eoaaiatina; I ot eleven men, was kiiied. e.\cejrt thfl captaio. Twenty men from thfl Wla* tur Woro ?n\ed, but of the crew of ' r 1 Wikander only thc captain and the j third officer were saved. The remain- j injf neventcen are believed to have been I kiiied. (?f this number three warfl women. flre i'ii t.. the preaent larfl. attarka hava not followrd Nine rnrmy ailator. hava been brourht down. Italian Front ITALIAN HO.MK. OH. II. Notwithatandlng aihrr.e atmeapherte eoaditloa. on the Trentino front ve.t.-rdny. hritk rngagementa with rifle flr. took plare here aml there. Northeaat of t.aghi IV.inar enrmy rartiea wera driven ba.-k and eounter attarked hv our patrola. In the BoertM rrgmn. in the 1'ellrgrlno Valley, rnrmy partiea rame In rontart wlth the gar ri.ona ..f our a.lvanred po.ta, but after a beavrjl MruKgle they were foned to withdraw to their po-.itii.nt On the Julian front the enemy artillery ahowed tpa-mndir aetivity. Our batteriet re ihr-.l with well directed burata of flre and ef fe<-tivf> i onrentratinfi. East RUSSIAN I'KTKOCRAP, Ort. Cl On all fronta fu nilladet and operation. by aroutlna* partiea havr taken plare. The enemy attempted to intiar nur soldiers tn fraternir.e ln the region of Naro.'a Ij?ke and on the Kumanian front, in the region of the mouth of th. Buxeu Kiier. The enemv tlgnalt wera diaregardej aml U**m making them were diapented by our fire. Halti.- Sea The enemv did not nndertal.e any BflVfll operntiona and waa not with n tri t pf mii' potta. (JKKMAN P.KRI.IN. Ort. II. On the iiland flf Pago !he ea.t 7.. nat hr4? l.een iearhed hy our triMip. Kaiding detaehmenta are penetrnting into the intermr Up t<i thr j.rraent we have takr-i r.'veral huidrr.1- nf ?? ner.. The i.lnnd of Srhildsiu. whnh ia aituated be? tween Mi.on I.lnnd .vul the mainland, has lierr, ... , fl| n~l !?> u*. The Rn?Man naval forre* have left Moon Sound nnd nre aailing in 11 northrrly direr tion. The, have abandnned t'.e wrerk of the baUleahip Sla**fl and . ]?.. four ******* whirh had run ji-lmre. INIGHT). PaR" I '.'ind i. entirely in rur | haatJs Ma.filfinian I ront tn the mountain di*- | tri.-t he'.wrrn Skurnbi Valley and Drhnda I ;ik.. ttraafl I'renrh forre. attarked after pnwnrful tiiiric prfi.aiitK.il. but the (ier? man., Aii.tm-lluni' inanr- and Rulganan4 bnikr dnw ri Ihe enenn' a.Maulla by their fire .m.i eeanWi___brwww*<. Katt nf nfke Oi-hrida, (mm Fre.pa1ami at far a? the llnrr (erna, and on hoth bankt of the Vardar therr u ?> . increaaed artillery ac tl\it>. Mesopotamia BRITI8H LONDON, Oet 11, We l-.me carried out ? -fil ope'iitiont in the \-irinity of Pe]t BWa and K inl-Hi'Lat. Our fotflatat began nn envelopinic rno'emen*. on Vi day and drtn-a the enemv arror. th. Piala. Ihe Turkt drv ? t'nyed th. brirlgr S< Kirii-Unhat and re tr-ra'e.1 t.. thr ?oiith n hilln of the .laliel llamrin ridifr. Wr tm.k tome pri.onrrt and raptured wngnn lorulV of ammunition. British Take 2 Towns In German East Africa LONDON, Oct. 21. Heavy fighting is going on between British and Teuton foree> in Germun Kast Africa. The j Uritivh War Office announced to-day that the mission fltfltion flf Nyangao was occupied hy the British on October 17., lasualties on both sides were severe. The text of the statenien' follows: "Our right coluran occupied Rupondo on October 11 and established itaelf; at the Lukeledi miasion on October 17. j The mairi body of the retreating enemy , Hucceeded in making its way to Ma-| hi'va, four mile. nouthwest of Nyangao. ' "On October iT an enveloping move-. ment around tlie mission station re ?alted in severe fighting, but bv night-| fall Nyangao had been occupied. The j next dav tnore severe nghting began to ? the west of Nyangao und still is pro eeeding, The Britiflh ca.*ualties were j eOBflidcrablfl and the enemy's losses j also were severe. The Belgiar.s also, advunced. - m Sharp Fighting in Trentino LONDON. Oct lil. .Vnarp fighting has begun ngain on the Trentino front hftir ;i paaflfl of neariy a week. Both thfl Italiani aad the Aufltriaai are at tacking at variou-i points along the moantain front. Naithaait Of l'osinar Aust.-ian par tici flrara drtoflB haeli by thfl itaiiaaa ln the i'< itgrino Vallflj s Hflrefl .trur m>\e oceaiTfld Ib the Bocche region, ib whieh th? Aufltriaa. warfl fnutiatad ,? .... attempt tfl take the Italian nd- j vanced position*. i or. ti.e l*on/o front thcrc was little infantry arrtivity, but the duel of the big guns was intermittent. 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