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TISED IN THE TRIBUNE is GUARANTEED ^rntuU*9^ P,Vcf tn J , WEATWER?Fair to-day ane! to-wiarrow. afribttne CIRCULATION Over 100-000 Daily Net Paid, Non-Returnable 3 Vol. IAW11 Na .35,926 <op-right 1?17? I lir Tribune A->a'ra] First to Last?the Truth: News ? Editorials ? Advertisemcnts FRIDAY, SOVEMBER 9, 1917 ONE CENT la >?-? ?Vork fit.. Teutons Force Livenza; Take 17,000 Italians cWi> Another River in irtilH of Cadorna's Army 2,100 Square Miles Held by Invaders Prisoners ? -.ken by Below Total 250,000; Guns, 2,300 :>P\'. Nov. ?>. (Ierman forces. ^onti: rur-uit of thr Italians I ird from tho Tagliamento, havo thi Livenza River, Berlin of reportfl to-night. This tncans hat Cadorna probf4b!y will make no Ettempt to hold the Livc-nza line, rvcn rarily, Rome officially nn nounces to-day that all the lar^-ir t the Italian army have con ?inue-d their withdrawal toward the Tiare without intcrruption from the , nemy. Menrwhle, on the upper reaches of t-.e Tagliamento, the Austro-German 'orce- have cut off the retreat of the ?ma!l Italian nniu still holding out between Tolmezzo and Gemona and in ?be mountain regions to the west. and .iaafl BBflal 17."0O more prisoners, ? cludir.g &n Italian gcnerul, and riiore guns. This brmgs the total eaatBT*! of the invaders to oners and 2^100 guns?al? though the Germans are known to BflBBt civilians among their captives and to ir.clude guns and trench mor tar*. of imall calibre in their tigurea 2.100 Square Miles Given Ip Ir; all, the Italians have now given J.100 .quare miles of ? l*UJ, including age-long ? -1 of thi Lattaa, The Teutons did not gain the Livc a rugglc. All rcports in rate that the Italian rear guards. ?ly supported by the aerial - .idorna's army, fought furi rrsgements on the plaina through ?ir river nWB, ar'.<l hetween Vit .-d the confluence of the Monti *ana atul Livenza. But in apita of these - and the destruction >.f the over the Livenza the Teutons - le eventually to force a crossing .-.n and pres- on we.-.twnrd. - ? are only ad-. ar.ced naita, however, the - ut \> ? B*l*w"fl army still being fllaag the Tagliamento line, ac ? g tfl The As?ociated Press cor IcBl at Italian headquarters, who it no battle in force has yet .I. Thia ifl home out by the offieial statement that Cadorna's -.re still actively bombarding the ? adrTf,' troop formations along the Tagliamento, bnngir.g down five ..nemy rdar. ln thfl Carnic Alps and the Dolo .at of the Italian ? :ng has hi..: to bfl carried out .'ar greater speed than the rt -ther tfl the south. the Aus i to a cer ? in breaking down thfl re thereby im ,,f troop-. ifl j.art for thi < if go many prisoners during the last ?to days and for the cutting off flf the ?al *? ng the upper Tnglia -a ? , wer.- undoubtcdly ordered BaVaacfl h*?? a-t 'j-i(f as possible. Main Force* Still Meiwed .- r to thg maln Italian ? r-tern front ? unt.l they Uke up their ? .nd tl-'- upper ? lines with . ? right wmg ;, arul hav? more rfl rUaing ? . ai <) ur'.. ? br-.ng British Deny Report That Italians Distrust Allied Aid - ? ? BgOl I rfl . ? alliai ... ? ? Italian head n.ient ii an gtraataafl *rk *" al ''?'r' Hr\i*h <nl,nv<e m PtmtuUun* I ti Went ffUU* fi,/kttri(/ >m f'age. 1 ?> ..Br.al Br-.M HfKIMa WATSM. II.* Uala .'? I * -Alvt. U. S. Will Close All the Cables To Persons on Spy Suspect List WASHINGTON, N'ov. I. Ih,. govern? ment is about to deny cable communi cations with neutrHl countries to a numbiT of persons in tbe United Statea, including aome American eitiu I tbe suspuion that they bave furnished iiiformation to tbe enemy on military, naval and rommrrrml opflrfltiOBB. irraph und cable companies. it v. as atatfld to-day. will be given lists of individuals who bave been under sur vflillance, with Inatrnetloni to r<-f'ise transmlflflion of their meeaai Some of the men under the ban Bt*C tfl have been engaged by neutral organizations or cr.rporatiotis m the Kuropean neutral countries or in ??"" ico, South and Central AmericB. to father information ostensiblv for com mercial purposes entirely, but in real ity for transmission to Germany. Although these agents, in some in Rich Widow's Death Veiled in Mystery One Cartridge Discharged? Two Wounds Found on Body of "Suicide" lf Mrs. Sarah Ann Stiassny.a wealthy widow, committed suicide in her home, 215 West Niaoty-flighth Street, Wednes day morning, as the Coroner has a! lcged, why has the body two bullet wounds upon it, when the revolver she used had only one discharged CBltridgfl when lound? This is the question for which His? trict Attorney Swann is .-triving to tind an answer. Hc has ordered a strict in vestigation of the whole affair. v.hich was brought to his attention by Mrs. Jr> = ye D. Lubetkin, 7M RWorflidfl Drive, h niece of the dead woman. Note l'ointed to Suicide Mr.--. Stiassny, to all out ward appear ar.ces, committed suicide by shooting herself in the right temple. A farewell note which she Ieft for her nephew, Richard Epitein, who Iived with her, added evidence in support of this the ory. Coroner Hellensttin, when called in, < xamined the wound in the woman's head and gave 1 'is verdict as suicide. Then Mrs Lubetkin called upon Histrict Attor? ney Swann to request an investigation. He sssigned I?r. Ottfl H. Schui- ? I laamlne the body. i nd.beneath the Ieft breast Joat below the heart, Hr. Schultzc discovered tbe second wound. The revolver contained two cart ? one atill loaded. The District Attorney learned yester? day that Mrs. Stia^sny in her will, madc July 4, 1917, had mmed Epstein as the chief beneti'-iary of her $260,000 e-tate. lt e body of his aunt. According to the Btory ? >ld :>..? poliee, Mra. Staiaany had been :r, lOB -p.i." ' tlmfl. This condition wa- j a I hfl fin?n" cial matters and partly hy tne fear that her nephew would bfl draftod. Aaked for Revolver. He Sa\s Several times, he said. she had hinted ' at suicide. On tho night belore her death ahfl osk-d him to go out for a walk with her. and asked him. ?p parer.tly casually, if he still bad tbe I revolver for which he bad flbtalnod a P<Epstein says he told her be had but did ryat say where he kept lt. On their return home, he continu.d. Mra n* came to him and flaked aim if hfl would mmd ehangini rooma with her, aaylng that th., to.-" from Bi-oadway kept her awake. Hfl Bgrflfld, flnd Iflft hiaibunch of keyi ob thedroflaor. Oae of these keys unlocked the drawflt In which he kept his revolv.-r. "I went ir.to h.r room and fell ? , B-| aUteraent goea oa. . up^nd drflflaed hefor. break fast ar.d aaawortd ? tfllflpboae eall from th.- jan.tor about some tonant-liB .1,. bonae. I thfln knoeked ?' her door ud, receiving no ro?po? -"? opaneO " ai l?ing there. with my ro |? her hand and bl.I ? fl BB Bfl! tflflBPlfl." -i wompi ' i ? phi -? ' " Dora Wattfl, the negro maid, whe ? ',.?, ..,,.. to.,v a enp of eoffi ?, a- :-.:.<? that m. ?erfcctly BaraaaL Saj* Nephe*. ( ??llap?ed ? trSng ta her atorj Rpfltoifl eol ? . dead ? nan, of .m ? ? P.rka ' " ? r' "' Mr' ,''" ying on the aofa, .nd Dr ? , bina .rr.'.'d. Hfl ? he revolver th? band roke'it, h< ... ,.. .. . .aa-oeiated ? i -ron, ... i ? ? ? atand o ep. and leel ., ,, m, ng I ineral pri ..... bl. Don't gi ? or nr I u /Ind '?. I" Bl " ' " 1 '"" K ??, 01 IN BARAfl " ii, , eafl alfe laaflBf and ane ol ??' , .gation, and ll ,\ l_i ? ead woi h.ndwrltin-. lt. wUb flfl-eral ... Mra. Sl.assny. handw.it I' ,, | , iibmiU. .1 to hiindwriting ? II bflld ?n BflrUp ti, ? .u,,uk TKLWOUAWp J "'?*>"* fark *% TUIerd *?><' eni>?b*rt.-A(i.i stancr-. are uir.vittingly acting in the enemy interests, thfl avenues of corn municntion will he clo-e,| to them by thfl guvrnment Caafl*nhip Board, which ii cxercising e**tr*l OV*r cihle, tflegraph and mail BM or leaving the I'nited Btfltaa, The censorship action i* hut one r.'nasc of the programme for tij-hteninp of control over enemy BCthrity m this country now heintr formulated for a..rl-. aiiiii.uncement. The plan- inclu.le fur? ther BtflBfl tfl prevent fl*pl*fli*Bfl, BtOt nnd Othflr flCtl of sabotag.-. More drastic measure- al?o will be taken soon. it i* said, to r.strict the movement in this country of the thou? sands of alien enemies who are now permitted to go almost anywhere ex? cept within zones about csmps and fortifications. German Ship Offices Here Seizedby U.S. Spy Alleged to Have Warned Hamburg-American Of ficials of Raid The fir.st seizur" of property of ene? my aliens in this vicinity was made yeaterday on orden .,' A. Mitchell Palmer, Custodian of Alien Pr*p*rig. Thomas Ii. M<(urth>, United Sut.M Marshal, and a small army ot* police ..r:.i deputy BMirshalfl, t**t B* ? ol the property of the Hambiirg-Ameri C*n LiBfl at 45 liroadway. Local Federal officials are tonvinced that some German spy warned the flf. Beiall of the Hamburg-Aini rican Line that the seizurf 4vas imminent, for when Marshal Mrt'arthy an.l his hm arrived at the offic.s of the line they found employ.s busy removing docu 1 from the building. Officials 'Tipped Off" Thil wo rk Wai -topped immcdiatt-ly. Then thfl ehaig* wa- nia.ie by one of the Federal officials that a Genrian spy had "tipped off" the oflleiflli of tne Hamburg-American Lin.- that the ?ei-. nr .vns to be niarl.'. Important paperi were seized, among !,',4-;n g list ot the familiei of Interned Germani nrh* were reeeiring penaioai fraai thi Bamburg Ameriean Liae. A Pederal offieia authonty '..,- thi I thal COIB plate plani f>,r the ballastiag of thi Hambarg-Amcrieaii liaers, recently taken over by the gorernment, arer* also taken in the MiflBI*. "Wh** Wfl BMdc application thr"e weeks ago t* thi offleiall af the Ham hurg-Anicrican liai for th" ballait of the Vatarlaad and othflr ing ship-." gaid thii Pederal oflcial, "wc were informed tha* no . -ich plan- ex isted. N*T*rth*l*fll Wfl rr.d.lv ? search of ihe liles an.l foun.l them." Thfl origiaal plan of tho Wot Trade Board na.i baan to have the *.? >.-4r.i oe cijiy tho r.'ar of the baaement, while Hanborg-American < ompany was to remain in the front. Then it WBfl decided that this rorld nol b* a wiio arrangement l fndi i ? ? .( the IL.tiiburg - American'i rcpreaenl arill b. aliowed in tha building. II was learne.l thfll orders hav. glread) been issued to thfl N'ew Vork Tflli | Company to make ? earflfal in-; ? af flfl wirei in the building tfl i?? *hat thfl bttflinefll of thfl ?ar board" doe not leak out through tapped ariri Marshal Mc('artny, accompanied hy twenty deputiel and liflty detectives ?rom Police Headquartera, arrived at thi building at poon yeaterday. The marahafj at once wenl to the ..thce ot .lulius I\ Myer, one of the diiaeton of tha liae, and in the preaenee of Juliui !!??? i-> I oh.-r.. -? C t?rj of thfl War Board flf the J'ort, pr**flBt*d thfl i"l lowing telflgraphic order from A, M i t - Palmar: Order for Seizure "You BI* hereby authon-e,| on my tichalt' i.s ali?n property ad .,?? under tradinu \>.ith tha enemy urt aad exeeutiee order of the Prcaidaat to de mand and. on my bflhalf, rigrht ~ of pOBflflflfllaa ".hich the llam burg-Amerieafl Line, ai oaraei laflflfle or otherwiae, in b ,. Broadway, \cw York; alflfl kll furni? ture, equipment, Axturei af gaid linei therein; also all other propertji o locatad m aaid piamiBea." Then fl-flffl about plo) ??? in thfl *fBc*i ,,f the liae, whieh are ioeati d on thi firat I '????<??? flaan part af the fourth. All were ordered |, work at Ol-Cfl. They werr ord.ri.l to leave their deaka lataet and to depeti buildiag. Iboae-'who had rharg, ??' -i.fr v.< ra told thej might . |d the ""'ii'' prociidun \ told to retui ..' 11 .., v hi ti thfljf ran el*im *nt per . roperty in iflfflfl ar da I ? I be rr il oi" th" building, ? ,,,eupifld by teaaal-. will ? al ba .. i,. ,i. The "ifi.-< ? of the (f*m v . ? i,i. Uae, ' will I- oeeapied by the Shippiag Board. Williams Warns N. Y. To Guard Food Stores From Foes' Attacks | .,, jr B/JHlsBM, I fldl ... I i oamiaaleaflr fat '??? ?"'?. ? ? ., ,,:,, thal thii city ^bauld ! ea? taatly flgalaal pl ? ..... H fll ?., ea|| aa thi Nai oaal ? n,.,i ahaald ai ?"'' ,.j ? aaid ? *i ' thi Bbaolul ?? mrdlng bII r*c*1 i .... ??i, ,? , ,,...... ,,.' ? ' ?? Uaa'a dai raei ll '" laaaaitaat tbe ntmoal praeaatlaai bi takio. ..,,,?,, ,,. ktorehouaei ihould not i.itfli ' with hfleing h lingli tchmar bacauM -I * '?. might bc u menib.. vl u Hfi siAltto. U. S. Mission Begins Parley With British Starts War Work Immedi? ately on Arriving in England Balfour and Page Greet the Envoys House Denies America Plans to Join Pact of London LONDON, N'ov. 8. The American I'ommission to the Allied War Confer? enee, heado.l by Coloafll K. M. House, with the honorary rank of special am bassador, arrived ifl London at mid Bight last night and spent to-day in conferences with British official*. Colonel Hottflfl, receiving the British and American n.-wspaper men to-night, said hc did not expect to stay in Lon? don long. H?- denied that the comniis aion'a prflaflnee meant that the L'nited would join the pact of London g the Allies to wage war or make peaee together. "Wfl bad a pleaaanl and uneventful royage," I olonel Hoaflo told Thr Aaao tfatfld Prflflfl. "Th.^ weather WBfl fair. There WflW no sUbmarines. lt was the besl racation I have ha.i in two years." The eomi i aorfl niet by Am Iidor Pagfl, Vrce-Admira) Sim.s and Foreign Sccretary Halfour. There are tweaty-aeven peraona i.1 tl.e party. in? cluding Admiral Benaon, Ceneral Bli.-*, MeCormiek, chairman "f tha War Trade Board; Oflflaf T. Crosby. Afc'i-t ant Secretarv of tho Trcasur.; Bain Colby, of thfl lii'ted State Slr.p ping Board: Dr. A. R. Taylor, repre aenting the P'ood Coatrollor, and I'aul Cravath. Mrs. House and two women secre tanes are in tbe party. Colonel and Mr'. Hoaflfl Wflffl driven to the reaj. dence of the Duke of Roxburghe, where Ihflf flrlll itay while in London. House Oullines Programme The Arafl th-ng th* member ? of the miasion did to-day was to go into eot\ j'erence, with Colonel Houae presiding. Colonel House outlined a tentative pro graaiflM tor th. Boat fflW day.-, cal'iing fot a -eric.; of ronferencer^ With British official-. Each BflflflahflT of 'he miflflioa will dlflCUflfl his partieular work with Britiah otllcial, i" charge c.i similar activiti. - in hngland. "I am impatient to see with my own eyfla thfl i,''-at flfforta Eagtaad is mak g toward aol-ring the shippmg prob? lem," .-aid Mr. Colbjr, "and v. ith this end in *"iew will pay an early visit to thfl glflfli shipyards. America i* now fully BWflkfl tfl the importance of ton? nage ifl thifl war and is carying out a prograrame of unparallele.l magnitude. Shipbuilding bow takei priority over all other work in ..ur co intry." The i. roll o' ii" eleel on ifl N'ew V.;rk City waa tho most intoreatinf wireleaa newi whieh the party received during thfl royage. il waa fllehfld op car!'- wedneadaj and groatly Interested Mi Colb: and tl.ther Sew Toi ??I am here ?. ? p* litical n pi toYcraati at, i nuainting myaelf ?Itl tba lafc it ? ?? vetopreenta in official circles in Kng ;.',i. I proparatory to going to 1-rance to attend th< Paria Allied Conferei e*. i olonel House to-day. "Our stay in England will be brief, and every hour will be erowded with eoafereceofl. A-. head of t'ne mission I shall be con solted from time to time bv thr other members, although eacli of them, by the nature of hia respect.ve duties. ifl working in 1. pendently o' thi others." \ tew moments bofon thi interrlflw an otfiriui >" tho Britiah go-ernment called unoti Colonel Houae at the res idenee of thi I>uk.> of Roxbuflghc to . _- bim i ??ii th? political ?? et ;: . "I- is too dolii ato and too torioui a -ubjert for me to 'omnient on at this t.mc" said the eol... el, afternoon the colonel lanehed with Mr. Halfour. He dOYOtl I m.-iinder of th" day to eonferencflj wi'h Britiah offidflla n i athflr members of the miflfliofl hnaied thflm?#|-*ofl at the Anienc.in Ea b and a with rvpi of thi American *nd >'' ' ? u,r ond Navy departa 584,246 Food Saving Pledges Signed Here Eleven-Day Campai-rn Neis Double Number of Cards Expected by Hoover The Jfew Vork dl trlflrl ef thfl (Jaitod I ood Ad'tuti, itratiofl ciose.l it* Ba] .ampaign last night -a ith a ? othi . ? -' ?? ptodge eardfl ilgnod hy tho hfl I ? ? Bf 1 *' ?"hl? num aat of tbe entire ma] Bralty ? ? WTilliai . Federal Koo.i A.l ? d ? -ter.lay thal Ar ii,,,,. , had ?? peeted ';? ir11 to obtain only ta thi ? ? - borougha. *!a, hattan i roBtril ol pledge cardi 1*27,403, Ihe Bronx'a ?7,04*5, Brooklyn' '??'? '.' ' ??? ?'? ?'?' aad 14,41 idd ? ? -r.la ,11 undiatributed I epei bor .. Rd ??? '??'?I1 ?? ?"-?!. '-'16 i?; . b< bod. t* ! l,. .... ??? the camp:, ,^-r- will be , , lebratod lO-oight at food admimstra ? ,,? beadquarteri n !.--? Flftooath * Lieut. Hans Berg Caught 1 *_R| DO, T' . Ser. s Lieutenant Man* Berg flld LlflUtflMBt I.oesehner. ?m I .rt HflPhotrfloa, G?.. Octebai - i airaated thia af '.rr.r b CBfltflflBfl mapectors -ia inilf-s bolo* Laifldfl. near thfl Rio I rand?. Th*;. ??' i. '". i" i fl" ai ln military authoritiflfla Bolsheviki Seize Petrograd; Women's Battalion Surrenders; Kerensky Flees; Peace Sought FOOD FOR THR PACK Radicals Are Expected to Seek Separate Peace Without Delay Will Act Swiftly Through German Agents, in Hope of Winning Support of War-Weary Soldiers ?Nation's Fate Rests With Men in the Field By C. W. Gilberl w*A8HINGT0X, N??- . S.?Priral i'ormation here il ?'," MaxiBaalict iuee*i '? k ihy Will make a spparatp PflflCfl with Gomany. The plan ll to nejro* gparate paaee an.l th.-n g* ta the ararj -\:-i thi flraadflrful tldingi that thfly may gO B*Ch home. 0* win Biog th< armj tha BaeeaM ot the mov*men1 will depead. And iflrif. wil] be an flsfl*atial part of aacecflfl. Hie nation muit bi tahen by .aipriflfl ??. ith the Bfli i I t? d< ip yflaraiag for B*fl An.l thr eitiaaiiflti flrill ba in a poiition to m*ve iwiftly, aa thi toueh ?ith German Bg They aro pUyiag a graat Ran.. ta ? ,. |..-,,,: , ,- thfl) W*nt an.l . bc raw*rd*d for doing ??? bj having ? ? . eOUp d'flUI ar,- |,'. ,' But the truth I thal ? r e ia ifl thfl dar,; ai-",,' Roaaii So ? hot* ? giaa | I'po-i thi ' the aignilica -ir boubtle ? t ii surely local ?I preaent, It ma pread or he eaanacd. lt ii all a qu ution o t -mper ot tha Rfl 44 ar BI ?' hfl drama th" Hfl ? ifl ,r' '"*'? ,:la". The next fea da; - ?HI -'? or :?"' ' ? Mi Fate of Nalion Dependa on Soldier". Hlfl IflflUl no **M and ?? on--i"i '- ?rg*i ?? fltian I ?i ? ?n:ned itfl tpirit. If thfl army haa thi laiBe *>T,S*' ?' Ita banor thal it had I toree.l thfl erthi* RomanotT- It will BI .p a military dietatarah p hi .1 make aherl fl**rh al the '.? naai .pire.l mob "-ai ? ? ? Peti ograd bat If the ..rmy ii ln k raood l ? 'he flJBiek peace \vhicl-. 'ha- tOtolU l prahably nea in ?? p >* te offar, :?,?? : ... I it, Ruaeia I , . mi -oi, i>. ...-?? thal tha only hoaa af Raflflt* ' flfl flaa ifl n '?? litaaff ciictatorshlp. and they feel thal fl mia take waa Baawla ia aal auMartiaB thfl RarniloS m-'-mani. The fact.a ahout' that inov4in-.il. nra> dinVult to oht-tin. All that in darflnitel) known ia thal thia gaaarnmeal ?tood Snaly by Kerensky at tbat juncture. Every one will re ? ?? ., . dranaatleally l poblle Bl of a loan ? ' probabilit) ia thal horefl .... er to tho poflil me. Alliea Loat Faith In Kerer.aky'a Power i bor? ar* reaaoi - for thinking that the Allied go-eramenta wera wearifld ,,- k? ? - iflkoeia Ib dealiagwitb tbe radical ? a id bel ? i it the ooly ..._. i: . i ob iti feel luy ui militarj eoatrol under ll ? ' ? general. And aa f"?" Ihe loyaltj of the ., k to th.. war, their recent de mand upon. Kerei ' ? be proceed againal the Bo - eat flt dence available. Thia aj ? ne* eloflg to Ken ippear aentimei tal i tha;. praetical; roafloaa iprlnring from h Idflaliflffl flhoul thfl word de? mocracy rather than the thing itself. Uliea, if thej fa-rored K'.rnilon*. . red here a*'.! Kerenflkjr*? re cent attack on Kngland ladieatoi that hr think- England, at least. did were . ii ted ard h ehanee to apply tho ib ;-'at.' bj Bb o ?. Kerensky Korniloff Coalition Possible, Washington View 4 Uafl Piaaal H'ASHINGTON, Nor. I. "Mfleoarage m-n*. ffllt here OTflT tl flt* the n\erthrow of thfl KflfflHBflk) go\ .rr.iier'. ,? Peti-flgrad i UmporVd hv hope tha* trema radicala who | a i tiie capital may r.ot be able Ifl flStflfld the.r control over the army or any con sderabie part flf the country. However. [| ia feared that much fclood mjst be bfld and th? nation further demoral ,zrd before any power riflflfl above the tiirmoil strong enough to control the h.tuation. Hoth the State Department and the Baeaiaa Eflflhaflflp atill wata wihout af , ?i adrieflfl tflvnight Conai quentlj . ra waa r.o oiicial eommenl <>n thfl ? ituation. Informallv it flrafl pointfld ?at thnt Wltb the telegraph line* and the aavi-oflBclal r.r?* aironcy al Potre grHd I. tba baadfl oi 'he radicala it pould he difaeull to learn the true state af *t??ira. although there ??i fla dlfl* position to uuc-'.ion '.he collap-e oi the ir,.- . . power in the capital. whether I I ? ? ? ? ? terfer 1ml Prsncii and lipli icntativea undoubtedly are leeking to ?and thfl r governmenti ig r.ot known. Tha luggcation thal power at Petrograd mayb- ihortli to an extenl upon tha faet that tha Coi .-a.-k-. thfl bflfll military for.',- Ifl Rui sia, thoagh toufl of their own local libertioa, ;?? ? rackoned ni ort ? il ro; - rr- . aent, !?. -???> i .;?? ojBartfli - ' bat if Ken I from the to bring to hig ia ral Korni? loff, ? trong man of the R army. with hii Coaaaek harke raigal lel up .. i . ger ror ernmeni a' Mogeow, arhflirfl bfl could upon th- loyalt) of a mnjur ? ' large populatioi of that anc capital. \n ob itaele to tha i tuch a plan il found in tiie po. | . ? KornilolT, embittered by thi hfl had r.-i?? 1** thfl latter Wfll va.- .v twccn the Rad ea further upon such an uncertain l< Same ofl mpi by Kerenakj aaa !.. . :or hia d.-a.--. Dictator I'ossihle h riflw flf th. eratfe ipirit dereloped in Rui tho overthro4v of thi ' regard* ed hera aa diflcalt ta eaaci aopearanee ol' ar.-, Other form of g*T? irr.ment than a republic, yet in diplo niatic circl.-s, whflre 'bo peculiar tem perament of th*- * ? -tood, tne opinioa Ii ? ipreaaed that out of iheer waai neaa arith re-rolutioni ar.d nnarchy. *he mfljorit) of thfl people mighl BUaMflnl] decide to eonflde the r dflatiniea in a diet*tor, th*r*hy follow .ng in thfl foodsteps of the radicals in the French revolution. Recailins: that even the BfllflBi thaflBfla)-a-*a have declared for ??? demo crntic peace," which ia oppo.e.l to the ? Ierman Idea, it is bflliflTflfl to be har.l |y pa?ihlfl that on thil baala GarnuMiy could . nterta.ii proposa!| froin th. MflXimalifltl for either a peace or an nrmistice. lt ii pointed o it. 'o.i, that, rran if ? iartnaai did make a MBBrfltfl BflBCfl thfl SdflXimflallfltfl, thfl fact that thn repreaeata only a ?n,a'i geetiaa of tha aaaaiaa people uould make it raifliiiry for the ?'entral Pewaea to CKBtiaua t? maintgin a lar(*c military force on the berdflr to guard af-amst an offensive from the other elemenL Nikolai Lenine, Former Fugitive, Now Holds the Reins of Gov? ernment Four Ministers Under Arrest Cruiser Shells Winter Palace?Premier Is Reported on Way to Front The Russian Provisional Oovern. ment l^a.s been ovorthrown by tho Bolaheviki, heade.l by Nikolai I.e? n in?*. PretBaflr Kerenpky has fled from tha capital an.i is reported to be ?n tho way to tho front to win the sup? port of th?' troops. His -ti.'iv.-si.rs hava bagu ? moi*. tnonl f?.r un "iinnioiliau- doniocrati.* p.-acc." naning a doiagation to m itiatfl n.'vn.tiation.s. Privata information in Washing* ton is that the PolflhavM intend to irt swil'tly f.?r a soparate peace with he Central "Vlflgri through Orrran Igflfllta. Civil war is threatened in Ruasia by thr Holshe\iki projrramme to hand over all larpe proprietonal lands to the peaiants and to stiflo ill elements irt the urmy who do not bOflf to their wi!l. I'ian^ are t.eit >? made for the irowadiatfl < oiivot-ation ot a *-on!*tit'.ient n-wembly an.l for the organixatlon ..t' powor ig tho ?ountij. The cij). dVtal wa- .arrie.l Jirougtl withoui hlnodfllflfld. The -..von.ment forces botding tbfl M .er Pfl I ? '?? N forced to .'apitulat ifttr a three-hour bornhardment from the rruns of a entiaar lying in :he Neva river and the r.uinon of he Fottrcflfl af B8. l'eter and Pau!, ;he Womati'H Battalion ?4l"*flJ**flta* np with the other p.wrnment loreag. Petrograd Falls Completely Under Rule of Radicala PETSOGIAD, W< Pbe Holsr rihi, heu.i< <l by Kiholal Lflalao, h.. a overturaed tn.- Provisional Gofflrnnafli '. Petrograd is under thflil COmglfltl BOB* trol. Premier Kerensk; BBA >\d the cap.? tal. Several of his miaifltori hava beoa ! under fliTOflt, aad thfl flTlatef Palace. -rn' of ti,. fOTflltimfll ' been teized by thi \ eongn I R ??? i im i ui I Rijas; , eoBTened here ? ? dl ( u *? of poa ?? , I .ir at... ti,'.- t'ormation fl ? eonatituent asernbly. A dfllogatioa baa bflOB r.ame.J by tl ? ( OBgrflflfl tO confer with other revolu ialtial ng aegotiatioBfl i ' .mme. I'mocratic Bfl Winter Palace 1 mmWU ', rernmeBt forces holdiag the Wia< ter Palaefl \vre compelled to capitulat*; th;-^ morning under the fire of the cruiser Aurora and the cannon ot tie St Peter an.l St. Paul fortrr*., acro-r the Neva 1'iver. At | o'elork t'--;* niorr.mg the W'oma-t's Battalion, whic khad been dofflBflUag the Winter ? . ...jrrct dcrr.i. The Workmen' ? : ?r<' Ile . - af .". COfl ? ' city. .. (Iflfl thfl ramaat forces had '. drr. ea into the W mter PalflCO, thfl palace was gad and a livflly f e of machine gWflfl an.l HSfll bflg ? crui-e A-.rora, whiflh wa.s moored a* the Nht* i !.,, Bridge, moved op within renge, firing shrapn. I. Meanwhile the -run* .,f the Bt Pc*er and Bt Paul fortre-a open< 'i The palace stood out under tha g\a>a ot the searchlighti of the cruiser an l offered a good target for the guns. Tl o d-f.nders held out four hours, repl> ing as best they could with machii e guna an.l riflc*. Spasflflodic Kiring There was apaamodic liring in other parts of the city, but the Workmen a and Soldiers' troopa took every means to proteet citizens. who were ordered to their quartera. The bndgea and tbe y Prospect, wluch early in the ettcrnoon were in the hands of the fos ernment forcea, were captured and heM during the night by the Worktnen'e an.l 1 Soldiers' troopa. The battle at the palace, which b*?