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the CBeaaek leader, ?r.- ia eo?aaaai eation. None oi the Raaaiw - i . urope it wai ie.irned to followed the example ot the Rfl Embassv here in otficii unicat in? to the gavaraaaflBU to which the. are accredited a repudiation o1 the Koi .sheviki Rusmj.ii dlplomati ever. weree-aid ta he combatiag a to consider Ru-as.i. a- :? laallfll and to treat Bflt ?^ a hoatile c? UBtry. Many Rursian Women Vote For Constitaent Assembly; May Be Known Sunday rETROGR-XIh N'.v. tl. Vatiag for delegates to the Rui-ian I Assembly bar. been concluded in Petro? grad. but thc NBVfta are nor exp-e'ed to be known before Baaday. Tauri Ja Palace, which is being prepared for the .ssembly. has axrcommodatioiis for Nl delegates. A delegation of Jews BBffla* the Britiah Embassy today ta expreaa Ma gratitude for the aet:on of the Entente Allie. ****** reference to Pal ' A**ong the voterv many women were noted The ballot.ng waa conducted in an orderlv manner and appt 'here were Bfl *tten.r?* ?t aoflrcton. The BMal active eampaigBera were the Bolsheviki, who emidoyed plai i rmored motors, but the eanpaiffi rhieflv one of poatflra and houee tf heaae diatrlbatloa of l **-s of candi? dates. I n\DON. Nov. n I " ment has attended the eleetiona to the Co-etituent Assembly now }i,)A ,n Petrograd. aaya the Peti carreapondeat of the "Daily_Mall in ft diipateh datad Toeaday. Ha thinki "tha' laaa than M r< [ e?Bt of thoae ?niitled to vote casl their ballota, but that verhapt* ?"?-h?'r 10 prr _?'':. *'?"ld vote before the polls closed Tuesday afternoon. News from the a-my front-. the ror tespond.nt aaya, ia contradictory. but HDparentlv the vast mass of soldiers inpport the Lenine government. En ?lgn Krylenko. thfl Comin War has gone to Pskoff. where I dianiaaed Geaeral Tcheremi. i-off and given his ciimmand to a commissioner for the Northern front. The General Army Committee has tel?*graphcd Krvlenko advising him not to go to Mohihv, jfe"-'1'Hl headquar? ters, as it cannot hatid over the com? mand to an irraaponeible person, but will itself continue in authority until the question of government ll settled. 'Ihe correspondent declare.; that it M impossible to i-a. whether this is the resolve of the army itsrlf. CagalBl chaos. he rdds. il snreading steadily. ard the extrennsts undoubt edly are gairnng ground among Ihfl soldiers and thc Biaaai Wilson in Message To Congress May Make Reply to Bolsheviki [Staff Comesponde nre\ WASHINGTON. Nov. IS. lt was suggested to-day that Pro.idcnt Wil? son in his address before Congress might reply to the Bolshcvik proposal of a general nrmistice. Offlcials have not indicated whether the President will discu.s, in his ad? dress, the relations of the United Statei with Austna-Hungary. Bulgaria and Turkey. The opinion is that i: thc President approaches Congress on this . ubjeet it wiil be later in the >ess.o '. The President continued work to ?iay on his address, which will be de? livered in person, as usual, next Tues? day. As yet the adure.? is in a rough draft. "and probably will not bc printed in hniihed form until very shortly be? fore deliverv. On that aceount it prob? ably arill Bflt be supplied very much ln 'advance to the niwspapcr*. as is the general custom. The capital to-day lay under a blank? et of rapidly melting snow and rdush. and the Pre-ider.t abandoned hia urua! morning round of golf to remain in his study nt work on thc address. writing it himself, as usual, on his own type writer. Anti-Bolsheviki Officers Join Leader of Cossacks LONDON, Nov. 28.-The Blttitary cadets and virtually all of the oAcera of the anti-Bolshevik; troops in the Moacow district. according to the Pe trogTad correspondent oi "The V Post," have gor.e to ,<>in GflBflral Kale? dines. leader or the ( os?acks. who is reported in control of most of lOBth tastorn Russia. Many hundreds of officers from regiments stationed in the rear and numbers from the front and virtually all the officers of the Guard regiments, II is added, also have gone over to General Kali??'.. Owing to the general disorganizatior. and interruption of railroad, telegraph and postal service. the correspondent says, it is extremely improbable that the election to tht Con-tituent Assem? bly will be held, except in Petrograd and some other places. Interest in the election in the provinee* is luk. Ruaaia ls Warned Against Break With the Allies PETROGRAD. Nov. 2f, fDelayad. The "Vetchera," formerly tl ? " naye Vremya." commenting < ? etataaient nriade hy the Allied B mission* to General Dukhor,.n. conttnander in chief ef tl army, who reeently vcm depaafld foi i< ? foaing to obey the order to open armis? tice negotiations with the C> that any break in the London agree? ment by Russia would br.*if aerioai eemaefloenee*. declare" that the threat not only is not a mere form of but that it exists ar.d i? a t<-rr.l.le one. "From the momert the Ailies brenk ent relations." says the newspaper, "the transport will cease, r.% lt already ha, eeased fr,.n, trll Uaited States, and all the frontier* of our late alliei will be t-oned to u." The aewnpaper say* it has been de rlared that Ru.: ia OaBBfll ex.ct during the eon ing >e?r withaai iaapofta ai.d coaeludex, Iraaieally. _* follow-. *"Ev?? 'friendi)' (..rrrary will not be in a pention to aappljr us with necessi tiaa." The "Vetchera" admitn the lmpossi bility of laaaia earry ing on the u?r. bat aays Russia should be so coi as not ia a**dle?.?ly offend tha 41 ??'"? 500,000 Tribtflmen Slain By Czcnr't Agentt LONDON. Nov. 2. Half a milh, n members of the Kirghir tr.be. were .A___-_.r.d by agec.i. "t thfl J'.u-?,;.rr yitoeteror m ISIS, aeeflrdiag to a e/,r reapondert ot Ihe "MaBeheflitt Gaard ia*" wh? has been travcllinc a ' Russia. Thii wi af a ??? hellion ***?'?-' BiiliUr) r*n.ct by the Cer.tral A*ia Mosleai-. Two ?illiaa aaa__de. *ho h?d %r*e. ually been ffltwed eaet ard bj a-juttitiaT/t. of the r Ktn/.n*" Int'it l,'j >h< Kmt.tTAt'ii aiinisUn and otk?r_, _rb?. filled the Und* with ' kraiaiaii pea* aftta, t**at part aal ?? ?t,il ptflfpeiiaf betweea Bflawdi and th? Raanaa, aeaaaata, a.-'/rding to . ' I Germany's Press Warns Against Bolshevik Peace Says Their Doctrines Would Upset Social Systems of All Nations Would Be 'Greek Gift' Lenine Not Representing Rus? sian Interest, but Solely In ternaticnal Proletariat BTOCKflOLM, Nov. IS. While Indi - aiM lacking ifl the cnr..' I eonrneal ai ta *a*at th. reapoafle ,...., Poweri tothe Bo: I peace proposals will ba, the pn ? terancea indicate thnt thera . ,., -maaa wha are eaavtoaad that Vik.i'm L-nim's dortriries wou'.d Bpaetj the political nnd social -q*iM_M of all th.- aatiaiifl at the world aad bi ...iii.t, woald r.rov-- to be a Greek . . i 0f Genaanr'e nbleM 44nt. ? rlam Vorel ia the "Tagi-blatt." af Berlin, ra warning agaiaat th< d( evih peace programme c?Tre 44 ith the prograrnm' ol we 11 ntral Po* (,erman Parties Opposed "Na partv in licnnmiy," h? iaj J, "would 1. wi ling te >abscribe to ?acn granrme. The independent bo have no right to connder them selves repre-entative*. of the ;,-, a ' .im-. wbo contin uouoly condeniTis them Bfl Oppor* , ., *? t II. rr Varat points t,ut tn,,t tlic' '"';; ahevik demand for the freedom pf all s, "regardleai of therr - of civilisatioa er gecgraphical situa tior," involves tho eondemnation am overthrow of every 1 ilonial poiicy. The Bolsheviki reahet that kii d of peace la poaaible only uft-.T a aoc al v, volu'ion in all coun? tries, he adds, bBI they do not realize thal it would al.-o be hnpoeaible then. The German government, Herr *t 1 ? _ea, has taken I tha* ii do 1 not Intend to iati with the internal - *ber coun bat Lenine, on the eontrary, ? nveruirn the Bocial itroet . world, Bnd the |r?*ace ncgotiationa are for him and hib foi* . . ,.ui to thia oaa. Cannot Treat With Lenine "Ar.y goverirment." the arriter goe* on. "'th-t'think:- H enn 'treat' flrith Lc nine ia the traditicwal manner 1 tak'-n. for Lenire and hl have no desire t<> repreaenl any Ru? ?ian intarsst, bul solely the Itfteresl of the laternatiOBal proletariat." Herr Voral declaree that the B? vik demund for an immediate tn na eaflier to m^rt than to 1 Joshaa'fl feat of stopping the sun and the moon. ?\\, nas! avoid growing excited imtil R ? for peace novee the Bolshevik government to ndopt B pro? gramme which ii ao* predieateci or. a new ardar of thinga Ib tbe world, bot which BCtoally 1 tara the possibility of n flpeedy and just peiica," he concludes "The oald he for the gov ernmcits of the Central power.- to be _bk- to m >et the Bolshevik doctriaa* by prtaenting n comrrehensive 1 eace prograBime ol their 04vn." German Socialists to Support Peace Conferenee, Says Berlin Newspaper LONDON, N'ov. 28. ? Concernir.g the proposal of T. S'taun.ng, leader ot thfl Danish Socialist party, for a confer errce of the Socialist Internationale BeXt month to further a general peace, nn Exchaage Telegraph dispateh from borg, Denmark, - ?-Th<- 'Vorwaerta,' of Berlin, saving tbat tbe German -ocialiati would sup? port the proposed nt-4v international ].,??(?(? conferenee, 4\-armly and etwrgeti eially, as they did the oaflucceasful Stock'nolm conferenee, declares the n aee aill not be dependent on t) ? of paai porti by the :'erence, it held only for latemational So* cialiata, cannot allow the go**er_Bienti tatee, which are only apparently damocratie, to deprivd thtm of the nght tn iarluenee the peace tiuestion." Russian Peace Move Means Cutting Off of U. S. Supplies r|!> T'i- A^.-v-Ur/-.! Pri"..' WASHINGTON, N'ov. th.- There will he no formal announcement fof the preeent of the attitude of the I S'i. and the Allied nations toward the Bolehevikl regime at Petrograd. The Air.erxan gOVerBBflBBt is waiting both foi '.th.'iai Information nhout the relatiOBfl of the Bolsheviki leaders with .n army officers and for further develoBtaeate ia the tangled situation throughout l'ursia. In the meantime the only official ex ? :; made in n statement I Ku-s.an ("eneral Statf hy l.ieu ? Colonel Jndsoa, baad of the Aatorieaa military mission, giving aramiag that the logical outcome of the BMveaMate for an etpietice and peace will be the cutting off of Ameri* ipp] . 'Ihis statement arafl rnadc ll instructions from Waihingtoa, to-dny it "BBBHBarite I tuation accu'nttly." S'er been taken te ? ? ? 1 ,.-? ? ity ot ar.y part of :l,e yaal ton oi - ipplic- bought m this country for Kussia fnliing into BB. Some Khips nr< on the aray, bal they ran ba diverted by wire <)f conrae, oAcial confirmation of the thal (ierman ?thff offirers nre in Patragrad adviaiag Laaiaa and hi? f??i lowi n ??'?'I that some of the Bolahevikl actnally ir. > n?? ?! the QBfBMB bor .11 ? 'n talk arm -' ea and peaee will make it necessary to recognuo the Patfograd radiei - ah eriemn-s. Thii would rnske ^r aeCCI r. ry for the Ann-r ican ar.il Aiiied diplomata immediately tr, 4% tbdraw either ta ? aoattal coun? try or to BBflBfl other pnrt of gut , Ludendorff on West Front, Not in Russia, Says Berlin AMSTERDAM, N'ov. _H. An ,. ststemert rn-nvcl from Berlm denii^ ? rupho', attribated ta London, that ?*l roa Ledeadorff, flrai qusrter OFFICERS and MEN in all arm* of the military snd naval sarvice will find D. VAN NOSTRAND CO. 25 Park Place, New York HFADQUARTERS for MILI TARY and NAVAL BOOKS. ? f_ener..l of 'he German army. had MBe te the Ruaaian front with a |- . i ?hat (,< neral , von Ludeadorff bt tha Western imnt. | ? . ondon dispatch oa November T aeeordiag te adviefli re- | nived from Araiterdam, GeBeral von I.udendotff had atarted fer the ":n froBt in eoaaoetion aith tha Rt ilan offer ut a trace._ 63 Men of Torpedoed Actaeon Still Missing Twenty Survivors Land at Finisterre?Three Boats Unaccounted For WASHINGTON, H?v. -:hree men are missir.g with the three unac-' counted for boat.; of tha '? st_'"mer Actaeon, reperted torpedoed by a Geraan ibmarine. The navy's offieial I hoat arith twenty aon led al Cape FlBlati rre ? nothing more to publiahed iking. German Chancellor To Tell Reichstag His Policies To-day Hertling Expected to Receive Vote of Confidenee From Coalition BERLIN, Nov. n (vla Loadofl). 111 Reichatag will reaee. ml la 1 day aTteTBoon, I ham illor von Hertling. ipeech will ? iclnaively ?ith tha I domeal ic policies of the nai ion ai he Will receive a vote bl CO dencc l'|. thecoalitioti partiea. Thc Reichatag main committee will not i the opening of the plonary aeaeioi The Bundearat'i Gommitt..i Foi with the ChBBcelli r yeaterday, Dr. RMiard von Ktaeh the Foreign Secretary, diaeuiaei n i itoatioa with tha party l< id ? ? Hr. Karl Helfferirh. fornST \ Chancellor, has been offered the | ?'? ln Boan UbIvi i __-? Austria Ready to Parley With Russia AMSTKKIiAM. Hav. tfl. Coan. l r.in, the Auatro-Haogarian Foreign Vinir-rer. In a discusr-ior. with thi of the upper hoBB cording to a Vienna dispatch to laitria wa ter into negotiationa with Roaaia for aa I ? nd aeei ptable pe c U.S. Delegates Welcomed to Paris Meeting Fresh Views on War Ex? pected by Allied Diplomats Participated in Council Listed Civil and Military Chiefs of the Ally Countries in Paris PARIS, liat. 28. Del< gaU i fn.m triai |0 the great mter Allied conference, which includes rep ? ? from .ill the members of the coalition, great and small, are >vel coming the preeenea h< re for the con I ??!? rican delcgation 'as lable freah mindi and freah ew in the coaaideration af ?ld qm ? Ol . rhi Americans cre 1 inost cor ? , de -.. ,,, |i(ten ? rider such .? may iaHiata. red il wai , nlj Ita ehairman, nel K. M. Rouae, General Taafcer i,. b . Ihe cMef of staff, and Ad William B. BenaoB, chief af Maval ? . would atteijd the full H ,,: ? eonferencfl, but li may it all the memhi ra of the IBtsaion i point, which is ? . ?? determine4, will depend .'.?hat the rr,-t!:e-up of tha repre l the other countries will be. Hot] topouloa, who haa heen eoun ii I ,; Eaaba wjr hetfl throughoul th aucceei ve ehangea in tha revolutioa nnd ? ?? poal previoualy ? Id n g ? ? . ? H - ' ,n the .. i ce. M. K-klako|f, the rew . haa aot re. preoented hi? eredential- to President Poiaear., ms what huppens in ., bul hr ah-o will have a place in the conference ai an obaenrer. He . .d an :.??? ereonal im tl French and Allied - Coloi tl I remier' lem nceau and ai 'h David Lloyd G_or_re Ihe British I'nmier. !!'? aai - gue.-t af Jame- BfctBR Ef*n Bt dinner this evening. ' .. ' The BHttfln mleaioB all told, ifl eb-nrive of elerba snd other atl number* 14'' petaanh. ........ . ? Six members ir the Britlel Hiaeiaa to the l'nited States also are here. among them Karl Reading, Viscount Northcliffe. Sir Charles Gordon and Lieutenant (.'olonel Campbell Stuart. That Japan il attaching considerable interest to the conferenee is indicated by the fact that in additien to Baron Chinda, Barpn Mataat, Ambit>-adorto France; Kataalaro Houdo. rount-ellor to the emhassy. and four other Jap? anese are watching the proceedings. The n.t of "reprefleBtatlvefl from the differeat nationi to the conferenee is as fo!i0V4 - : IKW'ii; Oaillfllfl ( lene.i'-esu. Premier a-,i y:- tcphen Pi-hon, Mia* btar of '".:? ?- '?'"" ^ '? '?' rer of FTfnaf i ?' L*ra*a??. Ml****** ? Marine menUL Minister oi <Vm merre: Loa_ Laaeh**"*. Minister of Mrini Uawi Victor Boret, Miaister of Proviflionfl; M 1. .- ot RloekaHe and In \aHe-i gagto* Andra Tardieu, Hiah CominW itaaer to thfl llnftfld Btates: Jule*. fambort. Kener?l seeratary to the l-'oreign (Nfiee: M De Margerta, Dtnctoc al Ihfl Mim?try fll '. 11:- ?. GREAT BRITAIN Da-rfd L-Brd Georire. . Art-vr .Jame- Half..ur. Seeretary -I Bertia, Am taiiartoT la France: .<*ir Ere- <'a-npr>*ll Gedde*. Flrst lawd ol ,h" Admtraltj I Iai n, Chiaf of the ... '... i ? 4 ! NbmI ? ' -ir Maariefl Hankey, -ccreUri to tba 1 il |i.-ferice. I'MTKH BTATES William l'r_\e* Bkarp, ? Colonel *?'.. M. Hoaat, rhainnai.* Admiral William S. B.r-on, Chief of Naval Operations* General 1n.-i.r- H BHflfl, Chief of Staff* Oaear r. Creet**, A*a_tant Becre* la . ,-i Ihi i !?????.-..r>" Vanca C. HaCetrakk, \Anr Trad* Baard, aad l'h ima i Nehon Perkii ? U ? PrifleHa ITALY Professor Vittorio E. Orieadfl ?? rior* Baron s, nnino, l reign ' '? ' I raafltaea J. Nitti, Minister of 1 ? war * Count Lomrai '- " letior Man* rhi, Mh ' ' ' Mfredo llal.ii.il... Iltnisfa ? . .' Hm " ' *APAM V\ weaa* ChhaJa, Rmbflaaaiar la Qrcat liriteia. HKI.i.H'M nsron Charles He DeoqMBviMe. Porefca Miaiatar* Baron da Gai*<4?t eroy, Mfaister to FrBnee* General Iracaw, tha Keneral -taft. BERBIA Nikr.la P. l-ehiteh, Premier a_d Mial b ef F. ra A Iai -* B ? m. It. Vcanitch. RUMANIA *f. Antoaflflro, MlafcrB*** <>" eral Itrkflc :. "W I ??'' th" tnwatai fltag. GREECE KI..itii'-i"- Coaataatln? Venbe* l~. Premier snd Minister of War: Athai Romanos, Hhrhter '?? Pranee: Ale_ander Diome-e, fon er Minister nf linan-e: M. oulos, li.'VTi.r oi Macedonta; Colo-, in-1 l-i.-inr.i-, M. Rottasflts, na\e.l Bttafl-B PORTUGAL Dr khatme Ceeta, Pteartar and Minister of r'inanee: Anaaato ",c_re*, En__ier ot PeralBa Afl-hra. MONTENEGRO Baa?aa Popovitch. Pre? mier snd Miniflter af I o-flhra Affaira. PKAll.'/ll. Awtonk. Olyn'.l.e .Ie Msrai baea, Minl ?? ? i Pfl CVBA General Oarioa 0_rda y vena, ? at Ixtn-ofli R-SB1A Mathiea BrrastopotjVja, eounsel at rari.,* M. Maklakoff, B4tor te Pranea il.y fpecml Invita. tion and nnoffielalb. ?* he has n?,t yet pre-, letters). . ! 81 AM M. Charoon. Mi:it-t-r st Pan*, iven oat aa oiri.inl thi* momimc. Kings of Denmark And Sweden Reach Norway for Council German Coup in Italy Heightens Fear of Invasion Pressure Is Inereased Diplomat Says Norse Would Be of Little Aid to En? tente as Ally CHBI-tlANlA, H***r. tk King Gus-' tave of Sweden and Kiag (hv.st.an of l.enmar!, have arrived here with the,. etiva rremiers and Eore.gn ??? |.Ura. The monarch* will remain m Chriallaaia until Saturday. The eltfla gorgeously decorated in honor of thc visit of thc sovereigns. Announcement was mad, November || that the king* of Dewurt a? ...,!,.? ..ould visit King Huakon No og. A dispatch from (open hagen Tuesday Mld The ********* Pr?., eorreape-deal had learaed froaa reaponaibU awrtta taat the eonfer Ml arranged ia con<e..u. nee of an intimation from Germany that the growth ef anti-Gcr.nan sent.ment m Norway was being followed arith con? cern by Germany. an.l that u was tw9A Noi.way Btlft-t b< taabelled hy public opinion or pressure on he Al ,,?! ,ida to ent".- the world war, a ... t ro tha POiBl of -r.ntir.? a r.aval in whieh event Germany -Aouldbeeulh, up,,,, l0 Miaa a h_?c in Denmnrk. [StaiCttfreepomit nea] WASHINGTON. Nov. 2*. OBeiel iiapaUbaa reeeived hara to-day itate thnt KiBf Gu-rav ef Swed. n a.mtd at Christianiu to-day. aceonipanied by the Bwadieh Premier aad Foreign Min ..nd will return tfl Stockholm Kovambflt M. 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A Scandi? navian di'-lomat said to-day: Norway Greally Aroused "It cannot be denied that the pres tige of Germany has been greatly in craaeal iB Lurope _nd her situation largely improved thtough the total col iapse of Roaaia and the defeat of the Italian armies, 4vith the subseii.uirit in? vasion of Italy. These circumstances .ave niii.i ' VBStly more difficult the situation of the northern neutral coun? tries, and German-" has taken advaB* tag* ot' their condition to prefer ne4v claims. "It is now harder for these neutrals to meet the wtflhee of the Allies, be? cause if they take anv further act.on against the 'Cer.tr.i! Powers, or even if they ref-tee t? graal ta CermaBjr al! that ia re<iuir. .i by etrlel an.l iai* partial. neutrality, are -.?*:! I be drawa into the war. "We maintrun thal it would advaa tage neither sul" for us to enter the 4var. That i- not flrhally correct. and it w.n.ld be nearer the truth to say that 4ve could not benefit the Allies by jo.n ing them. Tbe Ail its kr.ow, or ought to kno4v. this fr.ct as well is OBfaetVes. "The situation Ifl considerably more difficult and .delicate than is generallv supposed. Genaany does not b,inT when she makes threat-. Germany means what she says v.h<>n sht Ihfom* neighboring countries that n eertain eoarse of action on their part arill eota i.el tiie Berlia governmeBt lo eoi the adoptii ? ' ? ,, ? i r the flitaation ? reated bj eoarae of ' ' ft eertfl ? ? ? thing for i.. ,r from Rai ih, aBd ihe capital eenditrOfl to < \ecf.tr Btl) 'hrea against DeBBMM-. Would Seize Denmark "It has aever beefl nbsent ttam tha minds of Bcaadinaviaa ?tatesmea tha* should any Scandinavian eoiintr come involved in the war Germa, stantly would seize Denmark and Bf t_bli.Fi herself in Dsnish naval batn There could be no effective reiistaacs on the part of the little kingdom; b. deed. seeing the examples of rielg'ium* Serbia and Rumaaia, Denmark. for re.! sons that ought to be appreciatej bv all the world, would not resiit, know. : ing that any resistance would be tat more terrlbk than ucelest ia ita can. sequences. China's Mission Here To Study Industry Headed by Lieutenant Genera] Chian*, It WiU Inspect American Methods In these <!a>? af war missiyns fron all the allied nations, the Cbin**. Commission, 4vhic;i arrived in N'.? York yciterday, ttaads out in *trn? contrast. It is purely an inaus'.rial et*. mission, Interested lar more 11 p!ou|h than shrapnel and more concerned*% the cost of picket fence stakes than ia Ijarbed wire for enlanglements. T'ne commission is headed by Liej. tenaiit Generul' T. T. Chiar.g. and b> ihides V. T TiBg, K. H. I.i. K. Ni?r? I.. C. Ha:'. II- T. i heng. C. L <hiu and T. F. (t.i'.. Ihe visitors came di? reet fron CbicagO, where th*y have spent several days. In speaking foi the comn iisie-n, Y. T. -ing stated thut their n-truetiotu were to make a complete industrial sar rei of the country and to inspect aa order nmounting io moie than tne mill? ion dollars' worth of farming lmple ?-. piaced some time ago by th* < him ie Goveraa Art-rentina Debating Cn Break With Germaay ? ,;x,)S AYHl'.s. Kov. >* -wme\***g ArgBBtiaa rhould brosA rektton? with G rmaay waa tli i fl? "n on whi*li ' opinioni ?rere ta bo voice.I by mtrabtr* ? convention ot prominent men of irhieh opened iti **?Mor* |n v letoria h< re tc-day. 5T__AVE.at*H67__ST PARIS ^ NEW YORK Announce?beginning tomorrow? IMPORTANT SALES involving special groups of Fashionable Apparei taken from our regular stocks? Street & Semi-Dress Suits In a wide range of smart models and materials (including velvets) trimmed with rich furs, foi-merly selling at $95 to $150, now $55 ?<* $85 ALSO A SPECIAL GROUP OF UNTRIMMED SUITS? FORMERLY SELLING TO $65?NOW $35 Fur-trimmed Coats Of fine velours?vicunas?silvertones?twee,: and other smart novelty coats, combined with col? lar and cuff tnmmings of Skunk?Seal?Nutria? Kohnsky Squmel and other fashionable furs for? merly selling at $65 lo $ 110, now * 3 5 and'A 5 Fashionable Dav Dresses Street and afternoon styles of serge? tricot-ne? satin and Georgetie crepe?also DANCE FROCKS of chiffon, taffeta and net?formerly selling at $65 to $125, now $2C and $CC Luxurious Wraps Handsome models of velveteen and chiffon velvet trimmed with rich furs, formerly selling at $125 to$175,now$g5_na$||Q Costume Blouses Of Georcjette?lace and net?formerly selling from $20 to $45, now $g and $15 0\ ?Smart Hats? V. * Street?Sport and Semi / \~ ; Dress styles ? formerly f (JA lo$25.now?IO?"*l5 J j _..?? ?""" Dressy effects, for formal \< _- -v m occasions?formerly to $45, ?V now $25 FUR AM) H-R-TRIMMED F.F FECTS GREATLY REDUCED. i