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THE WEATHER FORECAST.
Faff and wanner to-day; cloudy to-morrow;
Detailed weather, mall and marine reports will bo
found on page 21,
VOL. LXXXII. NO. 02.
NEW YORK, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1914. aoPVnht, inn, b the s rHnn0 mt rubu.Mnff Amotion. 66 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS.
AS GLYNN ENDS
Dili-land's Overflows Two
Hours llcforo Governor
TKMPKST OK CIIKKKK
G KIWI'S (UXIHIUTE
President' Diuijjfhter There
to See AYHd Kntliiisiiism
KKC0KI AS CLAIM
Wauls Voters to Re Guided
at Election by What
He lias Done.
The question whether or not Mr and
r.thud.i.tlo crowds mean much or little
politically Im not to be answered hern.
Thiw facts remain, however, that I
..I,.... Mm M'l.l. ...... ,... -... I
, """ "I'vm-u l3 cuy
inuipaign wiwi wnni wqh noped to be
a tnnsH meeting nt Durland's Riding
Academy In H'ot Sixty-sixth street he
was greeted by a vast expanse of empty j
Two hours before Mr. Whitman's on-1
popent. Gov. Glynn, stepped upon the
, , , ,
same stage lojt liluht nt what amounted !
to the clo.-ilnir of the campaign the I
ernwdi In the fcame bulldlnt; awnltlnc
,v .. ... i
the Democratic condlilate overllowed
Into Sixty-sixth street
rim' f.ivtn, . ,. ... ,i
., , . , . . ... B ;
which he lunched with the Commerce '
inn, Hrooklyn, and next spoke to a bin
oieetlni? at tho German Club's hall at
Ftnpleton, Staten Island, went to tho
crowded meeting nt Durland's, accom
panied by Flr Commissioner Robert
Dili llrotviik Clinlrnuin's Voter.
'ounty Chairman William Harmon I
Tlln-lr i ii ni ,i, ,.,,.. . .
Bl . k had opened the meetine and w.w I
In the middle of his oration when a din ,
outside drowned Mr. Uluck's words A i
nr -i.wi .1-1,,., i. . , i
nfe and drum corps beBnn the drowning
Onto the tanbark of the rid Ink:
academy came tho corps, followed by a
i!r.li.L.ti, .,e ,, , ..... , ,
delegation of college students from
i (iroiiiun i. niversity.
Whether he liked it or not, Mr. Rlack
hnd to Hep back and kIv way to the
lusty luiiKed colli cers. Tho student
parade suld, und Vurj. en. iiu.-l.isUcnlly,
Anil iie j.iraiieil w.m ti....' manners'
kraund and around and around. j
As If thlsweru not enouRh, Into tho
rl Ihikr a'.idemy about the same time camo
tall, dark faced, black eyed Wllbon In
dorsement of the Glynn candidacy. With
h'm was his wife, tho daughter of the
I 'resident of the United States. Mrs. Mc
Adoo. r,ong diners.) As a further In
dorsement of tho Wilson Administration
tho party also Included of tho Presi
dent's closest political and personal
friends, Col. n. M. House, and Mrs.
Tho cheering cvllege students already
hd sadly dented Mr. lllack's speech tho
arrival of tho party from Washington
dented H further. And It waa a good
p-ch .so far p It bad fT' t.
I'nlls fur Seeretnry MeAiloo,
Hut h-;v the crowd Inslsteil that See
re'ary of the Treasury McAdoo step for
wird ami speak. So ho did. And whllo
the qwII'-och wasn't cheering It was lis
tening attentively to a recital by Mr.
McAdoo of the fine tilings President Wll
s'in and Gov. Glynn have done nnd of tho
r,e. ifcslty of continuing Gov. Glynn In
otllco and of electing an entire Stato
ticket so that President Wilson's work
and Gov. G,ynn's work may not be inter
rupted. Secretary McAdoo announced that ho
Interim led the applause that greeted him
ss a tribute to the great statesman who
occupied the White House.
"I feel." he said, "that I may say with
perfect propriety some laudatory things
nout to.- 1'iesldent. out I hail an ex-
ns.lt,.,,, r.,,lt,I.M. nt Ulr.. .....I I I. Ii-
tm verv enrilliil suniinrt lonir tiefmn n v..rv
happy event occurred In my life."
The Secretary said that the paramount
Issue of ih- campaign Is the President
That Is tliij Issue, he said, that the Re-
publicans urn trying to avoid. "No one."
he addnl. "who bail not been close to
chair during the civil war."
Mint SHiTctnrv iiti'itf'ii that th vntrn
should sustain the Piesldcnt by electing
iiox. i.iynn anil ny sending .lames w.
ti-i-ird to thn Senate. He ild:
"I understand that It has bean said In
vt Mate n; N'eiv Vork In several In-.-rancor,
that tho Democratic Administra
tion did not favor the success of the
Democratic St.no ticket In New York. I
Mere In tell villi that that Is false. I
e hi n to VI jou that Gov. Glynn
Jg.it p, bo eh 'ted Giu-ernor or tllbl
- 'e I ppl-iuse He le u II1AI1 of
r ,ciei' nml abilby fan any ono say l.e
k it' t ii.ir. cter mid a'll.Hy than any of
C'lti'l'-i 'fef on righth 2'cye.
, i t i , there wan a in xuii or names somoliow at
on h in to commit the greatest cr me of aughii inrormiiik. mm tiiut it was an a ' ' ,., narty.
civilization, that Is. ,o plunge the nation mlatake anrt I rerjues ng t 1. no 1 allowance for tho fact
'mo war. I know the anxiety which that i present use of the President s letter. . ' , mimbor of Democrats In
treat mar, has gone through during all ; Th. ''".Vr'nHon had he 'sixty th rd Congross" represent stron
Hrr flc months und I know how ' of tho loin, list, wnicn air. nson nan . ' ,ii.tr,.ta wiilch. under ner
ds heart has been torn and his brain written to strengthen the. Dcmocrn c I r .Vit IsV w conl. not " hope to
has been re, d with tho great struggle . candidates In Kepubllcan and loubtru , " "ult U 5?? now- he D m
or the great problems which have con- trlcts. KH'Uldirntis said to-night that
fronted ,lm- problems greater than those t Incident shows tho perfunctory character era c party w ,111 fa Jg .nlre the next
wlilel.ewr confronted any American Pres. of tho Indorsements which tin. President House with .' P 'V'
blent In history except those which con-'h" wimlesale to ho c.indldate.s of "Our niaJuilt I n t h. h'n ato w in be
fronted the noble man who occupied tho i l'l fty In various sections of the conn- Incr ased by the fJ V' ' ',Cn"
THE SUN TO-DAY
CONSISTS OF SIX SECTIONS,
FIRST -General News . . 16
SECOND Sporting Automobilu, I 22
Kennelt . . . 6
THIRD "-Foreign, Special Feature,
Real Estate, Financial,
Cardeni, Poultry, Book,
Queries, Sdiooli , . ,16
FOURTH -Pictorial Magatine . . 8
FIFTH The War Illustrated . . 8
SIXTH Socitty, Reiortt. Fhiom,
Muiic. Theatrei, Art,
Problemi , ... 12
Total . . . . 66
ReaJtrs or netciJealen who Jo not rettlet
all of tkeie lettlvru ultt confer a fator
cn "The Sun" ty noilfylni the Puhtlca
(len Department at once ly tht phone
(2200 Bttkman) and the mlsilni section
vtll be promptly foruardeJ, (J pontile.
Hear Italian Cabinet
Mac- Daclrvrtarl V.V-.-
mo lyboillbu ,
London IJpppiVPS Itppnrt Krolll
Home, lint. Has Xo Con
firmation. Sp'etat Cable Detpntch to Tan 8cs.
I.OXU0N. Oct. 31, A report received
I hero to-night from Home says that the
PlUlr lulian Cabinet has reslKiu-d.
continuation can be obtained here.
Another report says that only Slgnor
Hublnl, .Minister of Finance, 1ms re-
th" '",nti' f lP ,iar,,uiH J11 '
GluIInno. thn pacifist Minister of Foreign
Affaire. l'reml.T Salundra has taken tho
work of tho KoielKii portfolio upon him-
8,,f ln "'lll,tllin lo other ilutle nnd ,
was reported on Krlilay to be 111 of over- j
work. Ills phyiclan ordered hint to take. I
a complete rest, but tho Premier Insisted .
o.l ricelvlriK tho Ministers In his chum-
ler to consult with them on Italy's for-hhe
ll.iron Sonnlno. who has been mentioned !
as tho prob.iblo sucevwor of the Mar-
iile ill San (llullano. has Indicated thai
iio will not accept the portfolio until af- parties In uahlnitton from early in Au
ter tho reopenlnR of Parliament has af-'gust until ten days ago strongly favored
ferdeii him an opportunity or learnlnt;
tho wishes of Parliament with recard to
1 the foreign policy of tho country.
Tho Cabinet formed on March 17 by
ISIxiior ri.ilandra to succed the Glollttl
Cabinet was as follows :
Preir ler and Minister of thu Interior,
sfnor Sil,,inilra; Minister of Forego
Affairs, Marche&e A. dl an Glulluno;
Minister of tho Colonics, Slgnor Martini; i
Minister of Justice, siunor larl, ronneriy '
sub-Secretary 0f Ports; Minister of Aurl-
pollute. Slirnor Cnvasola : Minister of Pub- I
Works, Xlsnor C'lufftdll; Minister of tho j
.Treasury. Slunor Rubinl, Minister of Fi- I
L, slsnor i.Ki HVa: Minister of I
Public Instruction. Hlenor D.meo. Minis- I
ter of War. Gen. Grandl ; Minister of Ma- I
I line, Admiral Unrlco Mlllo, Minister of
lsts and Telegrams, SlKnor Rlcclo.
URGES ITALY TO F1GIIT.
.VntlnnnlUt I'll per Maya Problem If
Rome, Oct. 31. The Ulra .Vcntoiuile, the
organ of tho Nationalist party, urges that
Mediterranean nroblem. which comnrlsea
Italy's whole national existence."
ITALY OCCUPIES S-iSENO
llVUI VlsUUl llsO ..lOrwVL.
Iondon, Oct. 31. The Island of Faseno,
which commands the entrance to the
harbor of Avlona, wns occupied yester
day by an Italian force, nccordlng to a
seinl-ofncia! note Issued In Rome und
forwarded by tho Stefanl Agency.
Admiral Patrls landed a company of
Infantry und a battery of artillery
The possession of the Island has been
a matter of dispute between Italy and
Albania for some time.
Wilson by Mistake
InHiirCfC n Alnn CiOf
IIlUUrSC) it riUlaCI
T1ip.ii Hushes a TelPffrnm Hcvok
inr His "0. K." of Vaiifrlm
Washinoton, Oct. 31. President Wll-.
son has Inadvei tently committed nimseiri
. .. ... . m r. ,..tt
, .V V
.HOOO lltmilltt-ti 111 Htn ,7,.w...
l district of Illinois
nf .hleh M'nnr tv
Leader James R. Mann Is tho present
Tho President's 'ii.dorsemcnt" Is con-
........ .4 1.. .. !..,.. . IV... Hull r!in.
7 i J' .....
li. u ne.nr)-. wit, i-nii t
IJNER STICKS W PANAMA CANAL.
ArUonlnii 1 1 1 a Culelirn Cut Mlile,
lllncUliiK Illu Vessel.
Special Cable e;wcA to Tun Si n,
I'vWsi,,Oi 31 -The Il'iiviilliiii Amei-
).,, nner ArUonlftn struck the slide In
('iileiUM cut mis moiiui,,; nn enutii not,
Navlgitlon Is still possible for vnssela
of twenty-five f.t draught
ISI.HO .I.M'KsONVII.M! AMI ItnTIIRN.
Via HOl'TIIKIlN I'.AIIAVAV l.v. N Y I3:(IS
V M . Mondavi ami Krlrtaw, Dot 3 to Fib.
lft. N, Y. (jnici 104 Klfth Ave. .tile
Italy must enter tne war now tnat Tur- , ment with ono or inc omcini cminiaiw F.,,nc. ., ntI;ir,,r wi,v, .,,, rj,,r guns, one o pounoer ami iwo inuciune T , "I1 wi - -
.. I. ...(.. , .., ..,.. ...I , . .1... n,,.r.lln l.l..rU ThlM " """'' i. , . ...,.!,. ,.,. CllllllS Oil October 2ft. WBS toriietloe.l kv I !',, Mllf.,,r,-,. ,..,,. r
I "r Italy," I, says. "It Is no longer eoltaidenco only .tends ...con,.rm,h Hor full C(,mllkI11,nt was VoS olllcers i Itlack Sea and to have
a (incsiion or me i-juiopean conmct dui siatcmeni inui wiiiiin urn im u.ij - - - . and men . . . .. t ' 1 ..i.... r i i . u
a conflict which l eminently Modlter- the drift of sentiment has been agalnn Oen. Joffre s conlldence In his ability a" ! " ,,rm(1M , tUfx rtKb ' Th,U A,nlr;'' ("",' 7,.""P h:ul !' .,,nar,'1 "',!n0 lvc , rurkfl' ,,f',rty-cl't "ours to
ranean. Tho question Is no longor one of tho Democratic party. It Is known that to hold the Germans where they now 1 "ernies is uie sixin iiriuMi .refugees from HeBlan and French coast apologize, to tllsmanllo thn Gorinun
solvlmt tho Adriatic problem but tho 1 olllclala of tho Administration are some- are, at least, pecms to Ui indicated by!t'rul-lcr t(l. "xmy "y ,l ."'r.'nnn. H""-I towns. All but about thirty were saved cruisers Goeben and Hivslau and to ro-
Canvass Indicates Demo
cratic Lead May Be Cut
to Under Fifty.
GREAT GATXS EXPECTED
IX THE MIDDLE WEST
I Wahiinotom. Oct. 31 Reports received
I In Washington from ninny nources Indicate
that tht" drift In the Congress campaign
during tho last week has turned toward
J the Republican ilde. The Sun's canvass
of the country a week iko Indicated that
tho Democrat would control the next
House by n plurality of 43 over the Re
publicans and n majority of 35 over all
The present Democratic plurality In the
House In 167, and the mnjorlty over nil
The Sun's return a week ego In-
dlcatcd further that the Democrats v.auld
gain at least one Kent In tho Senate, giving
them anyway a majority of 12.
l'rom advices that have reached cam- j
ipnign nouiiquaricra in v asiiiugiou in um
1 la-t week the situation as regards the
i Senate remains practically the same, and
In regard to the House the Democratic
! n ajorlty. If anything, appuretitly will be
I under the 35 Indicated by TUB Hun's re
I iorts of a week ago, eome Independent
eetlmntes now putting It ub low as 20.
Iloth the jiolltlcal headquarters were
making extravagant clalm3 to-day. The
I Democrats piofessed to se a "swetpltiK
ivlctor," while the Republican talked ua
I If they had slrohg holies of wIplHB out
the pi eft Nl Detnociallc majority alto
Koiher nnd throw Iiir the next llou Into
' the control of a comUnatlon of Repub
licans and PriKrtKMNes.
Hon.,- Control ntr.
Ail the tables as to probab! results,
oncial niwl otherwise, avo tho House,
however, to tho Democrats by majormea
rannlnu from 7 to t!0.
on AUKiist 1 tho bettlwc was about even
n U'ashlnixton that the new Houio would
be coutnlled bv the ltepubllcaiis. With1
outbreak of the war the situation
johunKed In favor of the Democrats, partly
owlrie to President Wllt-on's prominence
as a world peine fltjuro. AH reports re- f
culled ut the beadouarters of tho threo
That there, has lately been a chanse
In the attuatlou In some of the blK State.i
that make up the fnwnework of ths House
Is not denied by the Democratic luaders.
They aro Just as conlldent as ever that
tht' will carry tho House, but soma of
their advices have caused uneasiness.
For example, otio Democratic leaner has
mado up a table In which he claims that
h s party Is certain to elect zia uemo-
crats. He lists tw.nty-ono district, 'as
rinnhifol. but nrobablv Democratic Con-
ccdlnc tho election of the
doubtful this would give the
230 members, or u majority
urlty of 37. If,
however, the Democrats fall to capture
all of the doubtful districts there will
be a very closo division In the House.
Control I'liccl nt .10.
Another unollkial table mado up in
quarters friendly to the Democrats gives
that party control by a majority of about
An unofllclal statement from Republican
sources claimed the election of 19S can-
'dictates of that party. This Is In agree
what concerned over the outcome, al
though they havo nn abiding faith that
tho popularity of Woodrow Wilson will
The ,.HtlmlltPg p0intnB to a slump that
would reduce the present Democratic ma
jority of approximately ISO to fewer than
50 appear to bo based on Intelligence
that comes from former Republican
strongholds, such as Pennsylvania, where
It now looks ns If the Republicans would
capture nt least 27 of tho 32 members
from that State.
rm thi.l the ltennhll-
. mak(. mmK flUhstnntlal gains In
. mnnlx tlmn WH!) ut nrst anticipated, and
u-iihin t, few davs nast reports of a slm
liar character havo como from Ohio and
At the headquarters of the Democratic
Congressional Campaign l ommiuee ano
tiie Democratic National Committee the
fUowlnK preelection statement was Is-
"Reports gathered with particular care
from all pnrts of the country Indicate a
sweeping Democratic victory on Tuesday.
The remarkable programme of progressive
legislation enacted by Congress under tho
leadership of President Wilson has made
a profound Impression on tho country and
1 the opposition nas oeen imwrum ci
. the tide of approval.
lllvnls tVlthont Inr
"The Republicans have been without an
, ...,.ii. . oi m h r,nnte
laaui . . ,
nn,i .ill hoiiL-h often c iiillengen to no so
have been unanie io suuo in
i nhir they would change the legislation of
the Inst eighteen months It returned to
.VA ,m tariff an Issue no candidate, so
in IllSiril l Hlirir ,t-v
V' "V..Y." ,,,., , ,.r h h,i
HIT aS Wf lltlttl t.v.i. ........ .
Illinois, all of whloli aro represented now
by Rrpubica is, Stevens In N w- Hamp
shire, Johnson In South Dakota, Purcell
In North Dakota, Moylo In Utah, Phelnn
In California, Hiist'llg In Wisconsin, have
lln- chanc-s of suicess. nccordlng to tho
bnt reports obt ilnabl . Pnlmnr tn Penn.
1.,tviinla nml Cinnolly In Iowa nppcnr to
bn gaining strength rapidly, and our i
latc.jt reports from inrse two war s are
"The most strlU'ng f aturo of nil the
, ,u r,.,.i..,il Is thn tn menilous norm-
, . iir,j,nt Wilson, It r ache
Into every nook ami corner of tne land.'
niivn 11 (IP XI-A HTII.I. SRr. I.IL
at upon 3rocra supplying It. Adv.
ALLIES' ULTIMATUM TO TURKEY
WITH THREA T OF WAR REPORTED;
BELGIAN BATTLE LINE UNCHANGED
Germans Make a Desperate
Assault on Whole Front
FRENCH STAND FIRM:
ADVANCE AT CEXTKE
Both Sides Claim Minor Vic
tories in the Region
Special Cable netpatc to Tnr. Svs,
.iiti:hi) am, irt. :ti. rntcitiic '
from tlrlKtnm report thnl the- ISer
nnns are carnitine;
n rrtrcntlng 1 i
fip'ditt Cable neep,UeA io Tnr. 8t!.
I'ahis, Oct 31. otlldal French reports
to-day Indlcnto that the principal rid
vnntaRes of hard tlKhtlnK all alone the
battle lino from tho North Sen to the
Mens.; rest with thn nllles.
In ilelKltim and In Franco there were
attacks and counter attacks, alternate
advances and retreats, the name sway
ln that has marked tho terrllle com
bats for many days, with the Indecisive
results more favorablo to the llrltlsh
and French than to tho Germans.
Oen. Joffre, the commander In chief,
frankly admits German advances south
of Ypres, tho key of the allied line In
the north, und northwest of Sols?onB, at
Valtly-aur-Alane, In the Crnonne region;
but he Instances numerous counter ad
vances by the nllles, who drove the
Germans from positions neur the const;
made a particularly Important gain in
ho old centre at Hounln, east of Rhelms;
"ontlnued their enveloping movement
- near Ht. Mlhlel, on tho Meuse, and stood
tlrmly at nil other points.
The Commander in Chief sends word
that the Germans souuht to advance
all alone; the lino and that their effort
was general and violent but as futile
as ever. Tho olllclal and tinofllclal In
formation le that the nllles, after sixteen
daya of flKhtlnt, in Helstum and seven
weeks of effort alone the old line In
France, are further advanced than nt
any previous time. Operations by the
allies ln the lone held fortified centre
aro IncrensltiRly successful, although
somewhat lost sight of, because of the
extraordinary violence of the air, land
and sen contilct ln Helghim. Hut tho
olllclal news to-night that tho allies have
pushed to the north of Soualn seems to
show that the German centre Is break-
Ing nnd that the nlliea are not too hard
pressed In Belgium to throw great
strenirth at the centre. The news from
the east of lighting cast of St. .Mlhlel
olnts to the steady advance of the
tho unolllcial announcement that tho
Government will return from Hurdeaux
on November 20. and that Parliament
will convene on Dtcember lfl. No such
action would be tnken without the con
sent of tho commander In chief, who
must feel assured that Paris Is safe
from attack. The city Is getting back
to normal activities. IUisIivs.h and
aro reports that tho Germans havo
evacuated Ostend and are falling back
to a new baso at Steebrugge; that the
allies now hold tho River Yser again; :
that Lille, the German baso in northern
Franco, has been taken by the French j
and Hrltlsh, and that the Anglo-French
fleet, silencing big gun batterte?, is
again ln command of the const
jeneral outlook Is encouraging.
ADVANCE IN CENTRE.
StnLr I'miirrai In District
North of ShiiiiIii,
Special Cable Peipatch to Tub Sin.
Paris, Oct. 31. The Government re
port to-night was marked by the most
Interesting news ree-elved of operations
In tho general region of Rheluih, the
centre of tho Kittle line, that has been
received for weeks. Tho ulllis have ap
parently taken Soualn. northeast of
Rhelms, from the Germans, have pushed
northward, and have dealt a heavy blow-
to the German centre. The text of tho
report nude public at 11 o'clock was
' ..', .
According to latest reports there
Is no Important Incident to an
nounce. At the centre we hnvo progressed
In the region north of Soualn.
Kverywhere else we maintain our
The report of the afternoon conceded , i(A,., rc!, Tho illles pressing on are a disadvantage to the Germans, but no
that the German offensive, very strong forcing tho Germans to abandon guns and sign of retreat is yet visible, although
all along the line, had mado some prog- tramp Tt trains. Now that the allies It Is regarded as Imminent German re
ra n a nolnt In llelglum and at a point ' aro advancing dally nearer to Ostend and .enforcements aro still pushed forward to
nnrih nf the Alsne but the assurance
norm Or tne AISIH, Hill uin ur,liuii
was positive that tho allies had moro
than h-danced these losses by driving
the Germans near Nleuport, nenr Ypres.
near folssons, near Soualn nnd ntur
Verdun. It was plainly tndlcnted that
the r tiled lino Is Intact and nlways ready
Yesterday was marked by an at
tempt at a general offensive move
ment on the part of tho Germans
along t,he entire front from Nleu
port to Arras and by violent at
tacks delivered at other polrtts of
the line of battle from Nleuport to
ConMwurd on Second rape.
The British cruiser Hermes,
1 i ' mil
German Submarine Sinks
British Cruiser Hermes
Sister Ship of the Highflyer Is Torpedoed in Straits of
Dover Nearly All the Officers and Crew
Special rabte fieepatcft to Titr. Sex.
l).M)ox, Oct. .11. The official press
bureau made this stiitt.'ment this eve
ning: "The Secretory of the Ailnilrnlty
states !.,.it the old cruiser lleriues,
Cnpt. C. R. I.nnihe, was sunk to-ilny
by ri toriiedo tired by u German sub
marine In the StrnltH of Dover us she
wns returning from Dunkirk.
"Nearly all the officers 'nntl crew
were saved, hut the exnet loss cannot
he tisccrtnliiPil until the men are mus
tered. "The loss of tho vessel Is of small
The Hermes wns a sister ship of the
Highflyer, which sank the German con
verted cruiser Kaiser Wllhelm der
Grosse oft the west coast of Africa on
August 27. She wns a protected cruiser
nf fi fi(ln Inns with a lenalh nf 3.10 feet.
.ltn Kntly armored deck and connlns
lower. Her two sets of triple expunjlon
engines developed 10,001 horse-power
nml save her a speed on her olllclal
trials of 20.!i knots. She wns completed
i lo 1H98,
Tlle armament of the Hermes com-
' murine, aii were lost in uie .orin nea
' r- -" rr ir z - .r
n . . i . t I: .lilaniin.. ttl.,t. ,..n 1.!. . M f rtWiriDII In OllVn f rmillltlnil frftni , 1,
GERMAN LOSS IN FLANDERS
ALONE PLACED AT 1 50,000
Vast Number Drown in
Opened and Those
Special fable lietpatci to Tnr. Sts.
IyiNPON, Oct. 31. The Oh.u'rvrr'. cor-
' respondent on tho Franeo-ltelgl.an fron-
tier, telegraphing under to-day's elate,
"The Germans' effort to hnck their
way to Calais has been defeated. Their
losses aro enormous. A German olllcer
taken prisoner yesterday estimates tho
losses In northwest Flanders nlono at
K.0.000 In dead and wounded since the
Germans occupied Ostend on October
15. Wholo batteries and battalions havo
Wn annihilated by the shell lire of the
llrltlsh and French worships and thou-
sands have been drowned In the flooded
trenches when the sea was let in by the
,, , , . .
Helglans. Two feet of water every-
where means water of a much greater
'depth In the German trenches. In thn
hand tn hand melees which havo been
taking place dally the German losses
jhnve exceeded the losses of the allies.
Thousands of the German corpses that
I float on this Inland sea bear bayonet
I "Only the main roads, with nvenues of
nnri r.iMtvuv IrnekH retnnln .ntinv Him
, Hruges fear of disaster possesses tho
. ,.,. , r-l.. Th. uh....,l
regiments have no tlmo to reform or , construction of fortlllcatlons along Urn
amalgamate, They are abandoning their coast from Ostend to Knooke Is proceed -wounded
by 'hundreds. Unless their fleet lug rapidly. The dunes are belns; hastily
comes out and creates n dlvcrilon by en-1 covered and guns mounted nt Heyst and
gaging the Rrltlsh warships the Oermani , niankonburghe, where the pier has been
will be driven from tho entire IlelKl.ni burned.
const within a week. "There Is' practlcnlly a bresd famine
"I havo watched tho heroism of the ' In ltruasela, fiovernl cltlrens of Brussels
Relglans at close quarters. They nro have been ntonrod to Imprisonment for
simply wonderful. There has been a terms varying from ono to twelve months
dearth of embulnnces nnd I havo seen for Insulting behavior toward tho Get'
a hundred wounded, scarcely able to tot-1 man troops."
ter, supported on friendly aims and thus
pinking thrlr way afoot to the hoiipllals.
They collnpso often from weakness nnd
sometimes die wnero iney inn. i no cur
niigc Is so terrible that It Is Impossible
for the doctors nnd nurses to keep paco
sunk in the English Channel,
nnd adjacent waters. With the light
cruiser Amphlon, which was sunk by a
German mine In the North Sea on
August C, and the torpedo gunboat
Speedy, sunk ty a mine on September
3, the llrltlsh navy has now lost elg'it
ships since the beginning nf the war.
The '.1st, beginning with the Amphlon
nnd the Speedy, comprise tho scout
cruiser Pathfinder, sunk on September
5; tho armored cruisers Creasy,
Abouklr nnd Hoifue, sunk on Septem
ber 22, and the scout cruiser Hawke,
sunk on October 15. In these earlier
seven disasters 2,19'J olllcers nnd men
lost their lives.
SUBMARINES IIY RAIL.
Germans Pill e'rnfl Towrtlier A Knln
I,ON!tfN, Oct. 31. A despatch from
Rotterdam to the Krniliii; .Vrics says:
"Six submarines which nrrlvid ut Ant
werp by rail nre now being fitted and
tried In dock.
REFUGEE SHIP ATTACKED.
. German Snbmnrliie, N.ii Mint-, lie.
atroeil Frrnch Vessel.
Iajndon, Oct. 31. Olllclal announcement
has been made by the French Govern
ment at Horileaux. nccordlng to a Renter
despatch, that the refugee ship Amlrnl
ay mo cnannei sieamer ijuej-n.
- - -.- ....
Trenches When Dikes Are
Who Escaped Are
by Naval Guns.
with all the needs and the hospital ac
commodations aio overwhelmed.
"The Germans have been forced to yield
at all points."
HA TTL E STILL RAGES.
Aviator Coupe rntlliur Willi Allli-il
I n fun I rr Drop llumlis.
Special Cable reniatch to Tins St x.
I.ONPON, Nov. 1. The Dolly CirtinlcIc'ji
"The battle In Flanders continued
heavily throughout last night and this
ZnT T"" U"" ,hund"'1 wl,huut
"Tho Sluls eorrespondent of the rJo
prf ttates that in the marjli country
17,!,' . Tll,eT .Wer" ",y"
"net charges yesterday. Aviators coup.
crated In tho struggle, nnd on Thursday
attacked I.lchtervelde. which tin. Cninin.
converted Into an Important depot.
collectiouofwar materl.il. Three German
guards were killed and Dure wuh ex-
'nslve destruction all atound.
Intrenched by tho allies. As fur as tho
Veer Is concerned both sides ato holding
their relative positions. Tim battle at
tills Point Is Undecided. I'll- fl,-.,,!..
replace tho exhausted troops and tho
lntler nro sent to tlp,t,.u t 1..
v.n. v.irL It, Atlanta Hint II
lie) urn, tin.5.1
Via HOUTHKItN' ltII.WAV netted nn
snle KttV 7 In 11 Itmite of "llnnil Itn.i.lj
Sp.cisl." Nov Ilh. and VV C, T. W, White
,At,i,n MpeUI " Nov, ll'lta
Fifth Ave. -viiic
Koine Hears Forte Is Called
On to Explain Black Sea
EVASIVE ST A XI) IS
TAKEN RV PORTE
Government Said to Havo
ity for Attack.
I.f-tni Cab!,' tirrpitcS to Tin .i
I'I'.'I'IKMill II, lie). ;i. llliilo-
niiille relnlloiis bettieen llnssln an
Tnrk-r Imse liecn lirnUrn n.
fptrml Cable tifupateh lo Tnr Si
Lonini.v, Oct. 31. A formnl declara
tion of war against Turkey by Russta,
France nnd Great Hrltnln may como tt
Theoretically the Ottoman Kmplro 1
still at pence with the Triple Hntenta
Powera. Actually the Turkish navy
and army arc operating against RtM
sia and Great Hrltnln. Diplomatic re
lations ore In chaos, but the tungled
situation cannot endure.
A statement Issued by the Rrltlsh
Foreign Oillco to-night shows that the
breaking point Is very nisir. This Gov
ernment points out that Turkey's in
tegrity In war and peace was guaran
teed by the allies providing Turkey
maintained neutrally, but that the
Porto's unmosety became clear after
the German cruisers were obtnlm-d. At
the Instigation of Knver Pasha, de
scribed by the Foreign Otllco ns de
cidedly prn-Germnn, Turkey commenced
a series of aggressions.
German olllcers. olitlng with Knver
Pasha, prepared for war. Troops wera
nent toward the Suez Canal and Kgypt.
iiedoulns were called out to further the
venture. Minis hnvo been laid. The
notorious Sheik Aziz Shawish and the
German Dr. Prueffer havu been stirring
up Mohammedans In Syria, and finally.
says mo statement, German inlluen. s
forced the hand of the Sultan and led to
a situation which "must inevitably lend
to the disintegration of tho Tuiiu.sn
The stutement praises the patience of
Russia under tevere annoyance and as
serts perfect confidence In the loyalty
of the Mohammedans In India and
The full statement of tho Hritluh
Fommn Orilce reviewing events lead
ing up to tho crisis between Turkey
and Great Jlrltaln will bo found on
patriate the Geiinan olllcers and crews.
Turkey appears to be procrastinating,
In accordance with her usual policy.
Ministers of the Government have In
timated that the attacks on Russian
.Moacoust towns and tho sinking and
damaging of Russian ships were not
orderid by the Porte, but were tho Irre
sponsible acts of German ntlicvrs. Tills
evasive reply was transmitted to all
.V in ill lllltlli- nff Odessa,
Its effect has been nullified by new
nnd more serious acts of war, Tho
sinking of two Russian destroyers In
tho Itlack Sea near the mouth of tho
Itosporus was Immediately followd
yesterday by an engagement between a
Russian and a Turkish fleet In the lllaok
Sea, presumably near Odessa. It Is ro
ported that tho Russians sank a dt
strojer and a mino layer and captured
During the bombardment of Odessa
the petroleum tanks were set on tiro
und a Russian cruiser nnd fourteen
military transports destroyed. Five oil
tanks are still burning,
Turkish warships have begun a bom
bardment of Sebastopol, the seacoast
stronghold of tho Crimen, the sceno of
the fiercest struggle between the Angio.
French armies und the Russian forceN
In the Crltmnn war. Tho fortress was
prepared for attack and there is no ap
prehension here for Its snfety. There is
a report tu-nlght that a Rusnlan squad
ron has attacked tho bombarding fleet.
In spite of diplomatic overtures and
the Porte's failure to declare war for
mally there seeniH little doubt that
Turkish troops are virtually at tho fron
tier of Kgypt. Kxpedltlonnry forces are
threatening the Suez Ciina: and It Is
reported lo the Uxchunge Telegraph
Company from Cairo that 3,000 llrtloulni
have entered Kgyptlan territory.
Statements that tho Russian Ambas
sador hns left Constantinople appear to
bo untrue, although there Is no doubt
that Russia expects, even welcomes,
war with Turkey. The Ilritlsh and
French Ambassadors linger In Constan
tinople, but they nre preparing to leave
nnd will place their affairs. In the hand,
of the American Amlmssador.
Ilemnnils nn the I'nrle.
The Ambassadors of Great Rritala
nnd Russia, with the support of Franco,
under Instruction from their Foreign
Olllces nre reported to have presented
tho following demands to the Porte to
day: First- That Turkey explain nnd dis
avow the nctl-m of her warsh ih n ths
Second -That the bn' '" cur
Tho Ambassadors of tho allies are