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THE SUN, TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 191C-.
BEGINS FIGHT TO SAVETHEDACIA GEN. WOOD'S PART IN NEW 'MONTH MOMENTOUS EXPORTS OF $100,905,818 RUSSIANS DRIVE FOE BACK OVER BORDER 'Open Air to Evcnjwhnr" IN HISTORY OF WAR IN JANUARY NEW RECORD IN PRIZE COURT !. . Urciliuiy Onlci-s Cap liiin to Kile Ui'i. fni'$l IL IUM Auaiusl Ciii'"o. pkjiaxds (;i;ai:antki: OK POUT IXiSl'JfANCKl I j l.ilu.llil N HreltllliK. nttliel of tile f iiner n.iein, laptoreu in ine i.iikiihii iinnol and now held for a pr.no murt I,iest li the c'lelieli tl.ivi -iiliient, terday engagi-d the law hrin of Mar-. . I...iker Itmisevelt to eohillli't the! if iir m the event the Trench Govern-' i n) proceeds with the prl7.e coutt hear-I n.gs Me also t-eni to i apt. .Mcmiiiani of the n.iela Instructions to enter a lien fur $ 1 K.000 against the Daoia's cargo, ni .l t i insist on getting a frcnoh Gov orimmi guaranloo tn cover port In- Mit an c Mr I ! Hiker Issued a statement eh' outlining the legal aspects of the It Ik poiiKol out that on llotohcr 1 lill, the llritlsh (iovcrnincnt made ...ii dei in ("ouncil declaring that the . I.ii-.itlon of London, except as modi i j ' (lie Older in Council, should be ri rm.c dining the conllnuaice of - i p.rs. lit hostilities. The exceptions ,i!e were aiericd tt be tico ssary. A ar '.rdei wan adopted by the encli (Jovernmeiit. This Order In 0U icll leads as follon: AT TUT. t 'Of FIT AT III ( KINOH AM !' M.Al'K. TIIK S9TH DAY OK ucTom:it, r.n4. I'ltT.ST.NT. Till. KINC.'S MOST r.XCIU.LIiNT M JLSTY IN COUNCIL. Wlure.is by an Order In Council d.it.d t"e nlh !' of August. ISlt, his Majf-tv wis pleau'd to declare that riai, us "tilt- present hostilities the convt n mi known as the Declaration of IaiiiiIoii f ouM, subject t'j certain conditions and m d.tl. atli.ns therein specified, be n .pied and put In force by his Ma ji (J. n eminent, anil hei.as the said nddltions and a .d.tl .it.ons uere rendered necessary U tie sin cial conditions of the present rar. and 1 Wneie.is it Is desirable nnd possible i I., rceiuct the said order In coun-i I with amendments In order to mint, e s far as posllde, the interference tl- nnocent neutral trade cmonei b the ii ar. Voir thirerorc. Ills .Majesty. ' ami fi t ie advice of his pilvy council. Is I I e.iscd to order, and It Is liereoy or ibied. .w follows- i 1 1 in g the present hostilities tlie iii..i,s of the cot vcntlou known as I ice! a rath 41 of Ignition shall, sub- tn the (Xi-lusl.n of the list of con . ; mil non-contraband, and to the u o-s heieliiafter set nut, be' I.- ' and put In force ii his ( r er- meet Tl r uidltli ations Hie as follows. 1 t i.-nt r. I vcs-el with papers liull ik a neutral destination, which, not-1 i i 1 1 ' g the destination shown In t e i"pi. proceeds to an enemy pori. i lie liable to capture utnl condetn Ine if she is encountered before the; en 1 .f m i next voyage. II The di situation referred to In Ar- " of the -aid lUcl.iratlnii shall (In1 ai to the presumption" laid down i A.t..le ,11) be ptestimed to exist if t.c u 'ods .ue consigned to or for an iuen: or the fiiemy State. i I l Notwithstanding th- pinii.lons! lc II.". of the said declaration, tin m.il contraband shall be liable , ...pture on board a vessel bound for' i Mr.. I port if the goods are consigned , order' or If the ship's papers do not m ii io ... the consignee of the good' i they show a consignee of the goihls terrttor nelonglns to or occupied , the enemy. 'IV In the eases coveted by the pie- ' ding paragraph (111) It shall lc; in the owners of the goods to prove t ,t their d-stlnatlon was Innocent. 2. Where It is shown to the satis faction of one of his Majesty's pilnclpal; St- retarles of State that the enemy, Oo 'ernment is drawing supplies for its Krmed forcts from or through a neutral muntry he may direct that In respect of rlilps hound for a port In that country urtlele, 35 ot the said declarat.on shall not , jnply Such direction ihall be notified In tilt! London dinette and shall oner.it until the saino Is withdrawn. So long ! s such direction Is In force a vessel ' fchlch Is carrying conditional contra band to a port In that country shall not t Immune from capture. "3. The order In round) of the "Otn AiigU't, 10H, directing the adoption pr.rt i nforcenient duniK the pie-".' toMlhties. of th" conv titlon known 'i the lie uiratlon of l.onilon, subject to th. coni.llioii- and mo 'illoatlons therein fc',- Ifled, .s Hereby i eta:. led. t. Ti is order miy be cited ns "The Dm l na'ion of London Order in Oouftcil, No 1SH ' nd the Lords Commsloners of his M.Jcsu's Tie-.surt, the Lords t'ommls n rers i f the Admiralty and each of ' " M lesty's prli i lpal Secretaries of - te fe rresldent of the 1'ioliate, I" "T-.-e anil Admiralty Division of the II sl Court of Justice, all other Judges s M iJistVs prize courts ai.il all e-nrs. otllcers and authorities I' ' m, iv comeiri lire to give the is 1 1 ilirectlm s herein a- to them " pe lively apjie-taln "Ai.Ml.ltic TtTzi.oy ' Irlli'lo .'ill Sliinils. ' , iiolnted out by Mi Hontccr H" ' . r e'i, artle Us of the Declara ' L"i.oii nhlch was not modl r' 1 1 li Hi Is therefore taken ns p ' 'hug nuthotity is Article 5fi, 1- follows: r 111 r, r of an eneinv vessel ! 1 11 'i II if effii'ted afti'i- the out I of ho 'ilitlcs in void unli'ss It s ' "' 'til' -iieh fnnsfif.- w;i'- not '6 01 de to e-vilde the eoll-e. " ' v h "h an enemy iS"l. -s exi I 1 owe i r, ! an absolute pre. 1 "1 1' 1 trausf. r is vi'ld : F'ltst. ' i' -fi r has In en Hindi' din In ; i" .1 blockaded port; S"C- gin to r t II I ll.l S ' or lei-mel' ' 1 1 , e-fiiil tn Ihe- vendor: " epiirciiietits of the ttiu , "."i. ruing ihe l ight to Mv ' ' '- 11 w aii h the 10H.1 1 Is s.i ' - "' hull fulfilled." 'Dloslloii of (infill I'llllli, " 11 " -I itemclit follows . ' I 1 ' g .- h 1 ule upon this sub. 'i l I lie Kiln of hi'll.gerelit " to luul r.i In in tliiiei of 1 1 l ev were substantial, ""I 1 nth and without any ' '" 1 01 in. om, '',. t., Trench ' "' 'i hand, forbade all kss JU) ,1,, ,, ,,,,,. fn,, , T' lee 1111 nnc'lig of Ar- 1 s 01 . nut ivlioll.i freei ' " pinion of the 1 1 to the I'linienifoii ' 1 ' e hi e lll'litiotl of lyill- , ' " "'i d d not cln ntso e'i . I up., feq In their 11 ' 1 lovurninent Arti 1 1 e In tinictlcally In ac t i' ultt h thi'rtn cnforceel ' i ro com lis.1 Jf tills 1 LEGION STIRS GARRISON Secretary of War Asks Army Commander to Explain His Share in Forming Volunteer Reserve Con flict With Plans at Washington. , WislliMiTos, M.ilrli 1 SfCletitry of I Wat- Gairlson asked Major-Gen. I.eeinnrd I Wood lo-el-iy for ii report on publlshid i statements thut ho is taldns part In the nrpiinlz.itlnn of a so-enllnl American l.oijloii. While refusing to indicate u hither he tlioiiitlit the loportril notion of Ge,t, u'""Ii"'1 iit. Johnston of (Jen. Wood's staff In lonneetlon with this orir.inlza- t lun was luopi f or not, the Secretary made It clem- thai he was much Intel ejucd In le.iinliiK Just what luil ln-en il.tii" Mr. Garrison hail never hearil of the matter un'.ll the nnnounof incut of , the orcinl.ci was published in the ' uowspapets tu-day. lie a'J that noth tun that hail been done b.i lien. Voo;l or other nllleers uiih by his oiiler. Secretary Danl'ds llkcwltr luul never heuril of the proposed nrxituliatlon until he read of It In this mornliiK's news paper.", lie has not, however, made any inquiry a to ComniiMlnre Crank's io ported connection with It. There Ik reason to hellcve that the ' Government will unction the native as last , Hoclutton of iirinv noil nai-v officers with slle-h no eireiiiiix.itlnn ns flic Amre-leiei i,,t,,i(II1 described to he. ltoth Se-crc- tnry Gurrl-on anil Secretary Daniels hao Milmntteil to I'otiKicss proposal." for the formation of a reserve to he part of the fni.es of the fullest States While thee otIUIal proposal, lire pending It Is doubtful f the Secretaries will look with favor on army and navy otllcers leolnc a-oclatcd with organizations having no ulllol.il sta,.us. HUSH HERE TO JOIN. 'Ihii In Innill Volunteers ltcrti (lulcU Mipport. Seieral hundred persons sent word to Secretary J. II. Ilatismaiin yesterday that they wanted to enroll in. members of the American lag I on, after the an nouncement esterdny that the great organization of volunteers would be formed for service In any period crisis. Letters nnd telegrams Indicated tint the plan to enioll as reservists the hundreds of thousands ot men skilled In crafts useful In modern warfare had nut with generous approval and that the next few months would witness a rc ill revolution In this country's state of preparedness for war. Major-lien. Leonard A. Wood, com m Hiding the Department of the Kast, Is very much In favor of the tseheme of enrolment as It has bren worked out, anil army otllcers generally at Gov ernors Island give their unolllclal In. dorscment. (len. Wood tsnid of the plan yesterday: "The American Legion embodies a first class lda and Its purposes are to he commended to patriotic men who would be able to serve their country If there tdiould be need of them. It Is a step town id the formation of a reservist fore- such ns our nrmi otllcers gen erally believe In and which the Secre t.ir of Wur and myself have sub gestcd." Hulls Unnts to .loin l.eslnn. Itichnrri lliirdlng Pails, author and uai e'orresponilent, was among thee who mti word jestcrd.ey that ho wished to Join Ihe legion, lie scut '.his tele grain . "I should Pke to apply for member ship in the Amerlcm Legion. My ad- the true construction of that article, adopted, as we have seen, by the 1'iencli Government for the purpev-v. of the war, the test of the validity of the saJe of a belligerent niivchant ship to a neutral In war times is simpiy ; gtxid faith. Wh.ther 01 not this construction Is correct, the adoption of the declaration 1 liy Tiancc has undoiibteilli abrogated the old 1-rencn lUle anil suosiuuii-ii substituted Article 5fi as the controlling autnorn.i. So far from e-oii'leinnlmf an sales en the charact-r ele-rrlbed, this article In the plalne-t manner tecognlzes that such sales with certain e-xceptlons havina no MPIillc itlon to tlie Darin ,-ase are valid If the purchaser can show that the tiansfer "was not made . In nrdnr to evade the consequences to 1 which an enemy vessel, as such. s e x- poseel " The exact, meaning of this i t.eniriiage in our opinion i" tne Issue Involved FRENCH LAW POSITIVE. 11. Cliilu-I (Vrtnln tin- Duels I'rlir. Will lie- llee-liireil (iooil tprrial fahlt llrtpateh to Tilt: si T.iliis. .Match 1 - IMou.ird Clunit. tlie iiiilliin il on liiti'ruatloual law, In an . Interview given to Tut; St:.v. says that 1 the Trench law, as appblng to I the case of the Dacla Is positive, .n asinuch as the edict of July "6, ' article T. ilrclutes "tec ll.ii! of 1111 ellellll ship transfer of the 1 to a neutial Is I Invalid unless made before the e'oni I mencemcnt of hostilities and the deed 1 of transfi'r of ownership Is duly regis I tcred betote the date of this commence ment." M. Clunet adds . "The edict was again put Into force by Napoleon, as Consul, on November III. lSnn. and Ii.ii leinalned 111 fo'ce ever , since, as hiwn by Instructions gli-f-n I by the Minister of Ma-lne1. one being on July .., le, anu me 1110-1 neeu: o .11 liil'MSSc, a. .iiiniiic-i 01 ..i.nioe. "ii inner I'.'l-- iTi'-e mniieis 111 Ti.in.e havr .1 qieclat Jurisdiction be. f.oo .1 body ealle I the Coiisi 1 des Pilzes Miruiine. uhbli has recently been ".It tine in lioide.iux, but Is not convoked in Pin." j "Ti ls bode Is 1 en posed of the mem- ' bets of tin 1'aiij.oil dT.tat. the lunclloiis of which are to .up. ns tie Goveniiiie;it I when the il'ivei.i iien: eiverlulli lon'iilts I iiltli It. Th ('iiiim' I sits tn the Pal its Itoyaii and is presided over nominally bv tho .M iiIjIo. eif Jut! 'e, now M. Iin mil Tin 10 are thirty members., mostly fo'incr prrte'cts. totlred ditdn nots and ex-ulll l il.s of the administrative- de partiiionts Tlieie are usually three parties to a en i' the I'.ench Government, the (inner of Ihe ship and the owner of the cargo Thee- are authorize, ( , he repioie'tlteil by .ulvoi'iili'S bef.e e the Conseil, If ot . ,1! the .nicies ted inrtloi Is .111 eueiliv. in tins can. .1 C,.-. inn. sh uld au be s. own In In- interested, ho may bo rep r' edited like tin others. The Consei' j des P'l7os Mill npplle- the edict of; ! 1 7 7 S nnd i-im j call bo citi'd ill which I this him been enforced. lor ovaniplo iin the Crimi'.iii wai t..ie e unships , Cilnotie and Chiistlntio, ivJi.ch the mis. j sians hid S'dil to neutrals, after the commencement of hostilities, The Con- , sell held this t ansfe'r invalid ami do- I flared the ships wete prizes. ' "from Ihe point of view of Intern. ' tiviial law the Do. titration of London in', Tchi-nap 2H, 1 fiOtl, Art Iclo .Ml, lit wlileri the I linen ,i lies was 1 opresenteii n Ailmli.il Stoeliloii and Pint". G. G Wli hup of ( ii'vn fnlver-IP. hnld.i lor.' ,1 d there cm be no question but thai 1 I the Dacla will be ile lalnl a good lule I "Hi'i'iiuse Km nre, unlike Hnglaiiil, lias not afeiireil the I'nlted States that re. Illiburseiiiriu would bit paid for tlie value of alio Ciirgo, the fuentlon ot whether Trance will keep Ihe cargo u well aa dress Is 730 Itlveislde t)He, New York!''W() (JKAT AIR ..AIDS city. To Mr. Fiat Is, as to others who made similar declarations of their approval of the plan, postal curds wero sent explaining that the printers have not -.e . .......ee...l tl... el..-. 1......I. ..t nnfl I foims for membership application 'that . ,he n,ost momentous of the war so have heen ordered. These will l.elf.ir-hy events Important In themselves ready In a few das The first section i or tlie application rortn leads iin rol lows : "Please, bilng my name befoie the executive committee as a candidate for memberehlp In the American Legion, to serve In euoh units as may bo 01-gtiniici-et as parts of said legion, or In such cap.icltv, sain tloned bv said legion, ii h the fulled States Government ma r quite, II being tlliderslond that .ilil mcmbershin shall not require of me any military or naval service excepi in case, oi war involving ine cniteu Mate, or j when the I'nlted Staten (iovernment 1 may deem such hostilities Imminent, ! nor require oi ine any expen.e in any i ine time ror military or navai equipment, and that In caw circumstances not naval equipment. ' inFii v.iimihk riiiiuin .niri- ni.tiMiiK ii no" i possible for me to fullll my obligations I may tender my resignation, with statement of reasons, to the Secretary of the legion. Must Svieiir tllculiittrr. I , "I am an American citizen an I pledge mvself so long as I remain a ' member to maintain the discipline ami br dnerhood of said legion, to o!wy its executive inmmlltee, to make myself iicqllallited with and duly oberve Us, rules, regulations and Instructions, now or liereaftei authorized ; to hold my- 1 self In readiness to reond to the eill of the lesion In case of war t Its Hkeli-1 hood, reporting at the earliest possible I tlMinient at the place designated by the leglo- and I do rolemnly swear tint I will give my allegiance at nil times and Under all eircumtnncs to the Tinted' Slates of America over and ah-nc all, Tuitions whatsoever and Mill hold mv self In readiness to respond to the call to Its colors." The units referred to In the uppllca-' t.on nre to correspond, when formed, to the territorial departments of the Tnlted States Vrmy. The heailqu.iiters I -f the four department are at (lov-' ofiernon Island, Chicago, San Tr.vnclsco I i end San nlonlo, Tex. Through such ! iMrrespor.dence the department heads In the event of war would have exact , I Information as in the r umber and lo- cation of men In their particular terrl-, tor who were qualified for service. I either us fight 1113 men or as recruits for' special duti . 1 I r:n M'.mwI iVita a.v,rkt..n n- , llausn'.inn and others who ate inter-' ested In the formation of the legion are' a' xlous to hale It understood that the . itemization l entirely unolllclal. It is' simply a card Indexing of temurces such'' ns wouni oh 01 incaicuiaiiie value to the Government In the event of war. Members of the legion would have to enlist In that eiuergencv as other vol untiers do. hut the CSoirrnimnt would be saved .1 ast amount if lab ir and I time In taking stock of Its ii.-rult" The work of siting out and assigning them to serine in 111111-11 tlu wemld be eif the greatest mifiilness would be re-atly curtailed and the .ittenlhnn of the drll 1 inasieis woiiiu 1101 ix- esinrectrated tor, several months on men w ho would ei ent- unity be fou'ld to be Inst qualified fori other than line service T.ie permane-rt heaelqnariers of the le.ion will be eipe'ii-d to-ela; .n ton HO:!. .Maritime Itulldlmr 10 Itrldge stre.-t. New York, and all coinmiinicitlors j should be addressed tn t ne- secretary' at that address. - .- z : the ship now nrles for se'tletuent. Cot- I ton is neither absolute ror conditional . 'ontr.1h.1nd, although it Is used In man- ufaoturin gun oo:t,i! 1 "The' case will probabl 1 nine up' lx' weeks, four week warning' n nmn the prepaiation of the cai-e being legal. Such caes should not take more than two nr three' days to try. and the election ought to I- handed ilnmi ten nr iiiieen navs alter tile Hearing lleiu-.. tne niTalr will tie all finished In two and a half or three months from the dat of the capture. The c.ise will lie Judged Utiilor the e-illct of 17TS, which covers It completely. The fnlied States Govern ment Is not a party to tlie case" DENIES I) AC I A PACT. Ilrltl.li Mi Treiii'li Will Hi' llnrshrr TI11111 llritlsh, lf-lal I'ablf llf'pitlrl, tn TllE SI v No I Lopos-, March 1 The Totelgn Otlice ' Issued a eleninl to-nlghl of ri'ports that an arraiigement had be-en made by whlcli the seizure' of the Ameilc.in steamship Dacla was tumid over to tho Trench Government It states that the tie, anient of the ship by 11 Trench prize . mint will tint be any liarxher than by .1 lliltlsh court. j The 7'fmr declared to-elay that Trance Is now bound by Aitlcle fid eif the Declaration of London, adding that the 1'iench mle clearly and uiiquallnVilly 1 refuses to recognize as valid the transfer 1 of a spii! belonging to the citizen of a belligerent country to that of a neutral. ' As a matter of fae-t Trance after the I outbreak of war announced that sin I uould abide pv the Declaration of Ixm- I don, and Inasmuch as she did not e- elude Article .lei the presumption Is that 1 it will npply to the case of the Dacu j unless some special Incident Intervenes, ' 1 ilu'lousl.1 111 view of Premie r Asqillth'H pronouncement to.ilai It will be lip. .,!,,, e .,il,iw the earco to he sent . i,H original destination should Trance I concur with T.ngland as to Its natilie., ' but this will pot prevent franco from I compe-ns ttltig the owners ns T.ngl.trd 1 has done In m.inv c.tsifi of cargoes of 1 copper which have been seized THE DACIA AT BREST. Treitrli Offer Iteliirn I'nssnurs to ( nptiiln nnd 1 reiT, siieeial e"riAV Hfi.-itrl, to Tin tt v lllii.'HT, March I -The Dacla after anchoring In the loadstead was toinil on Sunday morning Into III war port The usual formalities: wore nbserieil, tho Aiiierle'lii II. 1 g was hauh d down and .itnii ed away Th' l''rench Government placed free passage at the disposal of ('apt Mac D0111.I1I and the crew of the Dacla 2,080,000 OPPOSE RUSSIANS. I e i' r lit 11 11 s llnti' ltd Corps Ip llnsl. i'i In West, Siijs Purls, P.MtlH, March I. - 1'igiiris printed here Io.ila seem In whow t'at tlie ltu.ssl.nis am facltut ttoops iiiiiiilii'iiiuc ".iSil,nftii on the eastern front. An official nolo Issued by the Trench G01 eminent slates that the Germans have not 11 Undrawn mi troops f mil Hi western front to iieiilorco their totecs In the east The I llgures of the Tioneh ( !m erniiient show ' I at there aru S.usn.finii Geiiiiniis Mud A list 1 In iih on the eastern tloiit and I.SMi.Onn iinii on the western fiont The total number of German corps on the eastern front is llilily, Io which Hhoiilil be lidded twenty-two Austrian corps. (111 the Trench front tho Ger mans have forty-aeven army corp.. Wnr Zone Docitp and Shelling of Dnnlanelles Features in Kehruary. l-Vbruary was slgnalllzcil by a number I of happening which wete umiuoBtlon- and douhly slgiilllonnt In the Inlluoncii which they m'liiril likely to exert Uimn the course of future history. The proclamation of a mailtlme stone i of hostilities about the llrltls'n Isles and j the iioithern coat of Trance by the (5er-1 mans, eonstKutlim virtually a suhmarlue ; wnifaie iiK.iinst ineicautlle shipplnc. iindj the reduction of the entrance forts at Hi" Dardanelles b. an A ncl-Trench licet wiie tlie developments that "tooil out; al.ovn all others n, its errccl not only upon ueuiRoreni j nations lint upon tile entire neutral worm the (lermau war zone proclamation was j most far reaching. It noi only ndded 10 the liittirniss Ketwcen (lermany nun: Great llrltnln but it compelled the I'nlted : (ireat llrltnln but it compelled the i'nlted ; staten to warn (lermany In umnlstakabio ' if-rms la. 11 uniaMui irc.nineiu oi rtmer- lr chltin and of American citizens would not be tolerated. Of the many rainltloatloiie arising from this situation the following may bo cited, together wllli a brief acouut of the promulgation of 'he war zone divrec Itself Wnr .one Decreed. On Tehruary .1 (teimany aiinoun.-rd that on Tchruari Is the llrltisii Isles and the 11.11 thorn coast of France would constitute a war zone from which neu tral snipping was warned to keep away on pain of suffering the same treatment 1 to bi accorded to Trench nnd llrltl-b mercantile, (icrmatiy'.s reason for this stip was stated to be the Intention to re taliate upon 1 in at llrltnln for that coun try's effort to isolate Ciermatiy commer cially and to deprive tier of food On l-Vbruary 12 President Wilson sent to llerlln a note cautioning c.er ninny to keep her hands off American snips. Tho tone of tills document. '. which has seldom be.e'n exceeded! In I tlnun(vi.s and polntedncss. caused thni fear for a time that the I'nlted Slates might become embroiled. On Tehruary I ". Ih.. I'm, ii.l llnur t .imltn nl. I.i.l llnun the Amerlean lliitr while ciosslng tile Irish Sea to avoid attacks by (ii rman j submarine's. As a result of this action j ti e Waslilngton (iovei nmcnt sent to Great It'italn on the day the protest ' to Germany ua Issued another note cautioning Knglaml ngnint the use of the Tnltesl Statix Hag and altuig th.it mi'atis bo taken to prevent recourse to this practle-e On l'ebruar)' JC the German Knibassy ! In Washington gaw out a statement 1 eb-elai'iig that Germany would not' yield to the fnl'.ed States on tho wiirl zone decree, hut Intimating that the decree might be cancelled If lngland . would ermlt food to reach German non-combatant". The folh.lwlng ilay the German naval staff announced that scatcity "f foml hart i'nuci Germani to declare the "blockade In retaliation o" Hrltlnh naia! methods of "strangu lating" tho German lCmpire. On Tcbuary lx nt one minute after indniglt the German dce took ef- lect. It had bes'.i preceded by twetity- fp11P ,ours b.i the sluklnr of a Trench nnd a Hrltlsh merchant ship In the Channel, and It was followed at In tervals during the remainder of the month by .similar act. Two American .ships Isiund fie de-man were sunk b mine's In the Ninth Sea. but cejm plications dd not en-oie iM-caus.- nib-lnai-iii's had not cau' d the disasters. llrltnln ll.'plle. to I'. !. 1 in tlie day the "blockade began Great llrltam sent her llnal replv to the I'nltesl St ttes note- on eontr'iband, nd- diicltig statistics to show t'nt the trade of this countr.i had not bee 11 harmed bv the llritlsh naial tactics and de. clnrlni: that llngland would not alter her silli of detaining and seirehlng Anierlr.in mips. The German Guie - ni' Tit's isillcy of re-qulsltionlng food sup plic had taken e ffect on Tehruary 1 and Knglaml us?d this as an argument against tho free passage of foodstuffs to tint muntry from neutial.s I he partlcui.tr eace In point at that time was that of tt'' food ship Wllne-lmina, uninid for Gorman!! trum Amei-.ca with to.il supplies tor clvlllaije. iihlih was seized II, a lirltish 'i.irhor nml pla'-e"! before 11 pi le coat t. A later llritlsh note, on Tebiuary ;n. III. 1 mt. lined Great Hrlt.iln's right to hold the Wilhelmlni's e-nrgo, and a se-cond note on the miiio ela prom. soil that t'10 practice eif using neutral llags r mer- l.ant silV would rot be geneial but would be- limited to Instances where It ,eiu iwe.s.:lt-v 111 i.rilet 111 l-tferillli. lle- structlon or captuic by enemy ie..els Ge.rni.iu.i's lepli to the Tnlted States protest em the wai zone de i riv was de llvore.d on Tiluiiaiv Hi Tin- documi-nt rellevi'd. to an e'Stent apprehensions of a h ixn-h in relations betnee-n the 111.1 , iotniii-1, but tt aiinouneeil that no con iciisloi'.s uould be made ami declared , that llnt'.nh naval methods forceil t.ie I adoption of a lelallntori course At the 1 end of the month the situation brought about bv the- Ge rman eb-oiee ins still In , status quo ami On. announcement of ie'pri.i!s by Great Britain and her allies ' was momentarily cxi'is'li'd, the declara tion of .til nitieii'S as contranaiiu pe.'itifi hinted at i'iii tiie' military side the German vie - toi 1 Ii. I-.. ue l'rn.k. 11 ...I eneil .'I rir.T I likely to have great effects, but tho spooilllv rail. ei and witliii. a 1 Hussians few dais had resumed the iiffensne and were driving the invaders luck loi'-.ird I their own frontier. In tho Carpathians Gallcla and llukowlna tUhtltig e-oi--' tinue'd incessantly, the Hussians being, obl.gisl to withdraw sou-i-u hat at Ihe, southern end of the lino, but generall.i tntillitatiiing their position well. On thu western 1v.11 front the' severest tlithtliiK during the month was In the Argon' o, In Alwu e and 'n Ihe Cham pagne district Hi a stonly alt.nkit oioKrHmme the fiein h had advarce d 'heir lilies ill Cll.implgne hy scleral, inilis .it the end of the month l lr Itnlds 00 II I u I ii i . Tlie ,iei' plane raids on llelgluin p ol. 1 nice on ffbruaiy Kl and IT, the pur ,iiM being to prevcnl the coin e, trnpon 11' sllb'liarlncs nnd Zeppelins Tun Zep pi'lliis wete uiis'kod and ilosirojed elur li,g the month In Sound ii.ivIhii water., unere lhi' we're supposed In have gone with the iitteiitloi. or taking pan In a new r.ild 00 l-.ii.il. 11. d im I'etiru.ii-y 2" Gerinaii !iei-oiani'.s ralib-d the Hrltish e.iol n..ist but did le'iv little il.iiont'e 'i'ne attempt to fill CO tin I Ml il.ltl.illi i ii .im be gun on I'lihruary Jl and was 10- Slltlll'll oil fclll Hill 1 2e. M ,11'lt the e ll tianco foils win reduced ,11. el the Hoot bi-g.in the attack on the Inner defence's. Great alum was expressed in I'niist.iii tlnoplo iind Hie (io. 01 mm ui prei.iiei to 1 lice. An ililport.ilil feature of this sltua- t 011 was the liitliiintloii tli.it Great llrilnln miahl alter hoi- policy of oppos ing Itusslan ptngii'ss towanl tho Medl tiriiincan and mUlit acqules.e in the aeqiilsil.ini of ;i warm water port bj tl at coiinti y The Gei mt" tintioimrcmrnt of too I5.ist Prussian i Icloi'.i was mail" on I'ebi'iiar.i .1 On l ehriiar ... Ihe cap lllle eif Pi ..esu.en., on (lm diris'l line, to Waih.iw was llllliilll'i'i'il, hut on the following dm llio Itiissl.uts recipiiired 1 the 'lv and .'iniiiiuii'ed ,1 eell Gen lllllll ilileiii 1 ne itusiaus ais.) rei.iiiiien .111 oiTeiislve In Hukow Inn and attnckcel Czenioiilui, whlcli they had prevlotihly ejvacuatec. Italy Takes Half the Wheat England and France the Largest Buyers Unprecedented Advance in War Munitions Shipments Germany's Account Big. Italy took practically oi.c-hntf of the wheat exported from Now Vork during January, the record month In point of exports In the history of the port. Her takltiKs for the month were thirty times the amount she bought In .January, 1!MI. Kxports of ill classes, nccordliiR to the detailed IlKlires KlVeti out yesterdHy by J II. I.ant, chief statistician, totalled JlOu.Hdi.Ms, awalnst t'l.'h'j.SCt In the corn sponillnir inoath last jear. KxpurtH of war mateilal continued to show an unprecedented ad value Traiico and lOnjtland wtrn Hie two blKKt buers and wheat was the IniKest lnnle item of their tal;iii.'s. al ihotiKh the did not tenih Italv's IK-ure rractlcally all tl,o hore, automolilles, cartridges, explosives and lliearins wefit ,.ther to Trame or Ui'.Rlalid, likewise u,,, loitlior "Oisls shoes cotton and 00.p w t-.trlnK niiterlal" i-nori or ilroirni. .,. nm ni Iv ,.,,. n,.. t,,, ... ,i, nlativ (tm, c.ir ai?o but were. 11e llfoi'S larger than those of Dccemhei Kxiirts of cuunowder and cartridge, were con- slderably greater In January than December In I'tigland and Trance together took over (JO per cent, of the copper exported, which was one of the fe-w important coinmoditles that showed a marked de crease from the corresponding month of last year The exports of copper wete liearly cut in half to 5 t.SHT.i' 1 1, as com pare'd with January of the ear pre 1 lous, when Germany, whh'h got no e-opper this e-ar, took $2.43i.el!H worth. Knglatid took almost ail of the Jl,. iTA.Si: of zinc, a metal which Is almost n Strang g.T on .the export sheets, e.nli - $ 1 3 fi worth of It having been sent out in Jatiuarv. ll'U Cotton exports b.i virtue of th de mand of Germany. exci"bs tho.e of January a year ago lMth In lalue nnd amount. The total lias $3,71!.M1. ngnlnst ;.Hi5rt,135 the ye-ar Is-fore. the number of hales being f.'l.lil'i, against II 111.' 11 ,1.1- fl..n..nf ...! .'.,, .n, ' ' -:rh;";onip.lriltV, tnlM ,,, n-,. iummnvii "Al MIMTIONS J.uiuuti inr. f'. 'it.v aitoMjik-. " Ti Aatomnbiles . . . I Cartrietsi .... l.tniiarr !'! tl -.n BRIGHT FUTURE SEEN BY CZAR IN THE MEAN Conlienref rum 'ir.f I'n'jr countries, whoro rii-rtii-in agent. -- d the s. e-ds of hatre-d of ltuHs.a . eJali.-li. wherr Gorman g"bl bul't up tie Tkralfi" moiiitnent Human a, when) ag nts o' I the K.i.f.-r sought to obscure publli opln- 1 'on regarellng the lomtnoii Interests of I Itunianlans .iti.I ltus.sians, and linaJlv ,n 1 Turu., where German inti igue went so far as to violate the Totsdain agiee-nere 1 and tlie prom w made to KiishI e Gei I mans trleel also to ''omiirnntise Ai-gl.e- Itu.ss'..in relations Tliev i-arrl-d on 11 similar propaganda In China and Japan. fortunatel without result Anion? the in. ill, -oils inventiotve of the-Ger n.iii are the 1. ports of 'pi mom' which Itusslan trxsips arc s.iid to Ineie eirginired against the Jo'.v. To th's calumny 1 oppeiso a rategorleal den!. 11 If the Ji'Wish popultlon l!i the' tli'-ntr' of 11a- have had to suffer It has been 011I1 the Ine'Vltablo esins.iue'nce of csm- !tl!tion w lite h cause suITetlng to all pepbf .1. tl'e zone of iipe-r.lt Ions "The Gorman AMihinsaelor at Wnsh ; mgton ha zealoiisli ondoai ori'd to glie Hide publlclti to this inluninl. seeking I to e'teate in the f rite-d States a slate ot ' mind host. to to Hu-sl.i. but the good 1 si'ii-e- of the American people hiii. jire-ioiiti-1 tlie-m from falling into tne trap" M S.ironofl' took up also the repents. spre.u by German news nKcn.'ic.-. eif .1 I lae'l: of iiccird between T.ussa ,md her western allies. )e said tho union of the' nations agnlnst the Teutonic com bination grow, Htrongef as th i.tr pto- c Is and will persist "until the struggle against Germ. 1111 Is brought to n tln.il .'OflClU-IOII ' lleg.irdltig Itus-lii's stand towanl Ar 1111 111. 1 M Snzonolf h.ud . "Ti e. ItnssL.ti Government sought ills-Inti-i 1 -teelly to amelioniti' the cmdit.on of ie ArnienlaiiM and the .111 elileri! e on.'linliil febru.ti'V "i. T.U I, he tw 1 Ituscla and Tuikoy i-onst'tuti s .1 hs- 1 tori il ibt-'iinnnt b.i 'iliicli Turkei rccog- nl's lii.i.la s siiiH'ial inteirests In .V 1111 in. 1 Winn the w.i- Is hi nigl't to : end th.s situation of Itu-x.a a'I' Utilized bl the Impel l.ll I ioll l ll'llel.t for the geio.l of tn" Atmon.aii p.iiiiatioii " Treating of th" relations at ltns .1 llltll lllllll l.ll.l llllll Gtle e t'le Min'Sbl' ald ; The relltlolls eif Itll.ssla With t e proii'd friend of Servia I'lreece) i e poiiiKtlv e'ordlal The eflorts of tue the Hellenic people tn put .111 euu ' sutTe'i-lng. of their coreligl. ousts u'm elii iiiniii iiii- . ,i nf.u.i , . wi.- .hi- ..... n tne 1'uper ,1 11, til IU',1 syiinth ( eill e'riltne'tlt " RUMANIA MAY JOIN. Mils Ste.l Her I'iisIIIiiii lei Villi's, .iis lolerlnr Minister. Pants. March 1. Take .lonescii. I!u luanlati Minister of tlie Intel nr. 1 .s .n formed a ine'edliig of Conservative' Di'ii.o cials. ,i,'i 111 il.ng to a elespatclt 1 'in Hili'liarest. tlial the ici oiit Itumani ill In. ill liliule In London ml, 1,1 not hale been sei'iticil had not Ituiiiaula iinnlo 1 cite it irh al stati'tiunt of her pifi'iun G10.1t Hill 1I11 and her allies This ilecliii-.illon was In tcpl.i to in .niiis.it Inn that M. Joncscu hid nttail.i'l J .1 (I. Ilr.itl.ino. toimer Pn'iu'er and Minister ol the Interior, beiause Him: ,11111 had eoticltiilcd a formal agree nieni for common act Ion with Ore it Hiltatn. Tiancc and Itussla M Joncscu denied Hie charge. A lliicharest newsnper annouii' ei that ton cl.isfos of reserves have' bei'ii called lit lor .March Kl and that i"i'hI'h 111 the inllit.tri college have been diaftod Into the tcgu'ar army u'th the i.hi of non-coinmlssloiicil otlli ors Auoihoi ies n.it. h s.i,is that the Hiiinanlau and H11I garitn railway administrations ham mail,, an Important agreement to pi r mlt the i:iniie through botli i"iiiilres of Iroighl trains without the Ir.iuMer of hlpments. j ADVISES BULGARIA. j W ould Iti'illle llio hy tt lllne'l. I Inu seervln, ii) .oiitilini, ,lf.ii (Vlfi,. len-eife;. fuTll: Sl.N Id I'll il'.ltsT. via Home, .March I It is lopoi'tcil that 11,11011 S1111111110. the 1 Italian .MiniMcr of forelKii Mfnlrs. has 1 usMiteil M Gluiiailli'lf tiis former llul- tMriiMi M'nlster o l'orelgn .Mfalri, that Hulgarla'ri iisplnttlons would Im real'zeil provided sho did not utlmnk Snrvla and kciu up her friendly reda Hons with Ituuuiiila. !'7.M7 s.Ul Vii : 1.115. ITS Xfi.iAt Ml.T'M ."ii.iiT. i ic ,"3 ( (ii I tlT.TSrt ir;.Mi i Ill.ti t.ipif tll.nili KOODSTl'Krs S7.JS..SM .Vl.V.i Ji'V'H l!.ti l.iwl 7V. 91. KM l.iWi.ST II.) SI7 fill.lf.l Wli.-at Wheat Hour (111. ... . Ilic Cum llaeliHln.il . II. cf. tre.h. II-el. canned ll.irlev Si:nr II.mT.PV) i.f...'ii tO.tTS .'i.lsd Toil'i.s K.1K '.'il.d'iit ll.'.2l vi.rif i Or.OTIIINd -MATKU1AI.S coiinn i.;iiii Cotton, knit .... I '.i.H Cotton 2oisls I 1 1'iitlicr sole ''.Vil'1 i Mior.. niell's 1.1." '16 N-'ither, niiinuticture. of l.i:i( lnillil rtlhlier .line.. fAS.W , Wofil. wrariny nniiarel xft.ii j Wool, nianufniures .. . l.S.I'.Kil I MKTALt AND MACIIINIIUV WAI.V. i.:r ii: im I14.'"l fl.'itt "V.''' Oil 2.?6t 1 Copper, pin ji.c?.:i t.5;.t.ii t.;.:u tr. S(tl!i,liB "lt.13 1'iionrcTs line, pics 'l.l wnrknn mhinery i STKF.L ANt 1UON 1 Stsrl rill" . 1 Slit til.ile-.. mm 10T.M '.'SS.IJt ai.'tii I Mee-I .beets Mecl liirs Structural iron . . Muml.iitiites ot irnii and 1 sle-el . ., Totals llxports eif steel proeluo's. It iioti'd, show Increases in ronie of the , lirlnelpal articles other than rails and structural Iron I 1 li'lYl.' IT nDflPl' C.1 T?l)l ' 1 " I j Ne'ils I'reim lliirilnne'lli's Veneln .Mn j Option Don 11 .1 Ceols. 1 ClttcAdo, March 1 There was a I hnrd si'lllng drive In the wheat pit on the Hoard of Trade to.d.i following the I news of the rapid progre-s made by tho 1 Allies in forcing a p.isage tliiougii tho i Dardanelles an I the prospect of tile re- Ib'ase of millions of bushels of Itusslan wheat feir export , May wlie.at droppetl to $l,1fi and 'loeel at $1 IT1! .or re nts lower than 'Siituidai's llnal tlgurc July wheat old down to Jl 1 7 ' nnd close 1 ai Jl.lvi, 11 lo of (J'-, ceits 'ro'n Siturday' ' llnal figure DR. DILLON EXPECTS ITALY TO ENTER WAR lii'cliircs Hiiinnnin. ('Iicclicil l.iisiini Dcfciil. Will Act Willi Allies. Iv ,i.,i-m ( a'We if.jerrA tn Tor i c Lonihis, Mareli :' - The flnlu 7rfe ;th;ii gives excentlonal pronilpe ore 101 a ilopatoh from Dr. K. .1 Dillon, Ihr ' well known political nmesponriont. uhi 1 Is pow In Homo, on the effevt e.f the 1 t n I'esKfiil oe-rntions "11 the Iard.i- ' lll'llc-S. 1 Dr. Dillon attrlbute.s the cooling of 1 Hun.an.a's ardor townrd the All'i- three caiiMee tlrst. Ihe. Itusiiaii 10. , tre at In HukoMlnie . M enud, th Inter-1 pretatton pl.ic...l iqun the pee.jh eif. i'orilgn Mir.'Mer Sityonoff in the litis-I sian Duma In losard Io T,ula's ad viticc em Constant'iiople, ami. third, to tho ItusslHii defent In the M.izuilim Lakes. T.ie writer sajs the succe.s In the Diirdaiie.lbi. and Sir JMiva.nl (it.'X s c cements mi M Saxunnif's spi'ii-h have se-t the- pendulum sw ing'.iig In the op. P's'lt'i d'.rict.eiii I1-. Dillon says ho is i"Oiinne'd after discussion wltli the 'hlnhie-: ltiis'un ailihoiltlos that llus Hin's projiosaN In regard to the Da--elillielle'S pe-rfe'Ctll repee't Huiiiiuiia'.-r.s- inized rights Dr. Dillon sai-. ton. that h" flndh the boinbaidrne'tit of the Dariiani-lle-s has great'.i iiillm ni ed puldlo men 'n It.ilv iils. Simo whi hale' liiiherto been convitiieil p.ittisntis -if iietilral.ty are n considering their attitude and are re l',ie tnntl aiouuig that -!n uiivetanees are tronger than human will. .Meanwhile the 1 love i ninont. with th of a. I iiart.es oxce-pt th. -Vh'i!lii-t'i." t's co'itempl itliie nitllt.ir ineasur. .vhich wil! brl"B l.itKi.niiii men t e the . oinrs Pr.i.ticiih all other .irrnnKenieMie hnii beni inaili' which su,-li a m..ie tii ',ves Dr. D'llou -ajs he his he.; a-surod 1 that the formers of e.x-Pi emiei Glolittl 1 Wl I S'lip.. lllllteler fili'li) Oil Which 1 the 1 In! ePlllie'll lllll ih-i.de , o- . ' im.ir.t w'th II. ill's 11 ti'ien- S.gror 1 t .oliMI Is n,i' iri"ig '..j 1 . 'ui ti t. pi.ioi . lie in, .illii he .01. lie, is iinii. i t illtlv sigllltli'.llil t'l- t...e,,oiit of 11,0 Hide. I I Ie"t pre"- ''it 1 ini smI.Io fori II. il.l to le , n.lfeio t ' ' II .hinge if I got I'nni.i'i 1 .11 . '"'ist iftt II ople I paiiiviHiiii'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'itiiiiiniiiiitiiiiiiiiaiiii'iiiw Walt ami Naisui Streets New Yotk ;Tiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii,iiiiiiiiiiii!iiinniiiiiiiiiiiMiiiM (illnpnwdrr Iiin.imlle Kxilole. Kire.-irni. Ilarlml ire Kami... and nailillr... Iliirsliocs .. . ., Aild 151 1 KM IS.fit.il HI e.M I " II . 4VIS :ir,ae Wilis1 li'Mift.M ;i TVSM Will b ! ??!f' 1vo (iei'iiiim Army Corps Dr fcnlcil. Says Official H porf From I'dnifrnnl. OTHKK (iAIXS A.NXOr.NTKl) i'initt tWitf Dnpittel, tn Tiir , t Ti;ri:oiiii.l. March 1. The official statement ImuoiI by the General Staff to-night declares that the Germans have be-eti thrown back from I'rz.isnjs. Io I the ll.ist Prussian frontier, a distance of about eighteen miles. This H th( moist Important development since the dolmans began their drive on Tebrti my . Tin. statitiieitt Is as follows. We e'titicliide'il ye'sierday opcra 1 Ions aioiitid Prz.isnysz, where we ele.feao. neit b'ss than two army cot'ies ivhich ni'ru thrown back to tin' frontle r. The Germans, liaving e'ompelled 0111 Tenth ariu.i to 1. 'tic. it, set them selves tei the further task of Join ing battle Willi our troops who worn operating successfully in tho Mlawa region. Their plan wa llrst li .1 elemoiistratlon in force to drive hae'k our loft wing In the Mtawa legion, then, apparently, by ,1 head, long dash upon our tight in the Khirgelo district to overthrow our troops In tho direction of the Vis tula. The enemy took the . ffeusive in tho region of Llpno, Serpec and lie-June on Tehruary 1',, bringing five el 1 Isieiim Into . peratloii alsiitt the middle of Tebru.ir.1. Tl.e e'tiemv MMilu'd the' Plot, and llacloiuz front, but as the- tesult of ,1 des perite battle on the IStii of I-Vl,-ruary we. stopped further progress in this region. Aleout this ela'.e the. Germans ent centrated v. r greit forces hetiiee 1 Ml iwi .mil Vlllcnberg and took the offonslie We discolored on the Dth great activity In the German advance giiaids .11 the Khorgele district Gteat forces of the enemy on the :nth began .iti Impetuous ail vnnce Passing Przasnsz on the east they 11 ached Cztlka ill", ige Przasnysz formesl 'he extreme point el'apptil of our right wing In t'ns region Here eiur Infantrv brlgndo was eperntlng and after meeting the enemy's ittaek with ilgot :00k the lnlllat. e and threw Hostile s this bilg.idc nui for. o e insisted of n-ine In.'eitislderable ele ment who formeel the outer rtse-io and iiu,i,ed tin- eiivel.ip'ig nine men' of the Germans. Aftet ! inching tioops to attack Prza-n ... and stronglv cover'ng this oper.i. .ti In the d rectlon of the N.i , ihe oiiemv mtrte bis firiue'.pal ef. f irt against our right ll.mk conceit, ir.ited In the region of Mliv 1 Ir the se-ctor of L.ishov . and Kbolnovo. seven miles In extent, the' ittaek was simultani-nus fron tho north and south This was .1 rlelge InOiIihI nhh the Ge-rmin rlumn which had turueil Przasnysz hnd Te-ai-.ed Vollve-rlow s kn, half wiiy between Przasi.is. and 1 'zleohaii oft. At the simo time the e term. ins dclttired a ei-imdu.v but vlget-ous attack ah'ne our whole front. The e-lnMlll SUi-ceoelrd afte r 11 sun guiii.irv battle in interinu Pi is. ny on Die '.Nth. but 110 hnd al ii. tdy In lui-uriiii'il a di'cislvo of- fl'lislve Ht I. n'devk 11 the n-OI e - :i g of that dm on a wide fruit. I.t'ervwho'v enjr troeqee pressel the enemy, mil the T.ilrti -nxti. lie-nruifi Heerio Dllli-ioii. w I le-h .". ti'iia.-ionsh- holding tlie imis--ages of the nrjee It ver. suffered a -eiKU. defeat on the evening of the so nio ilai. .Nevertheless on the m i-it ng of IVb'uarv -" t-e- enumy luul not .lUinilon."! I Is original piirpew. n.mieli. of cvimhing our .ut'ny. nnd th.. batil.- of Vollover loivsk.t preiii'dn ile-sperate struggle, with the issue eetiistnntly lluctuat ,i? it whs on 1 1 on th.' evening o Telii nary that our teops eletlnlteli elreeie. the Germtins back mt their position iienr l'r,isnsz e in the fith and STtlt vluloiit bat tle's were fougiit for ihimm's .'it of tile fiont resting on Dztline-m Kholren-.i -Prasnisz Itittn'h and Sc-lll.l EXPECT NEW ATTACK. (.e'rillll lis llopi In Hi-sillne Tight- IllU Ne'lll' l'rllll s. .Sjlfi-el f (ll.lt II, tpixtrh JuTlll l Mux, Marc 1 1 - T'i' 1,11u Villi's -pondept .11 Petrogtad. .1 -i'U-slig Ie ! D" D -- following tl.e rodptute or I'izisnvsz. s,ij "It is certain that the Oetm.'ins will make .1 further effort on 'his front. If the. 1 can spar1 th. men lrom some other point, but they must limo with nmre than their umi:,I rnptilit.i, for the' lius--l.iiis are advancing on most p.ui. of th 1, ei ftotil at the- i,ite of a mil. ' two 1 d i 'Th.. .M. i.i.i ,s firi s- rig the eiie-ni III the lime t I l.it- 1 in iti ihe 1 iel 11 .1 i'. il, ill' iislglii'.l t' mur tin retie.it of tl , 1', iivoe ,itti-'ll"te.l t. -'. . Ihe .m - ti. til els , itl.et ot tile Hll-s ,il,s T.i'l ir.ni ti lit' dis"i' b-r rnmed! itely To those who have comparatively small funds to deposit: H1L.K it is Rcnernlly known that the Hankers rust Company is many individuals and corporations of very larp.e meanr,, it is not so well known that the Company welcomes clients with accounts of only moderate sue. Among the Company's depositors is a lar,;e num ber of individuals and concerns whose balances are' between $1,000 and $5,000, bearing interest, and their business is as cordially welcomed and as scrupu lously cared for as tho very largest business. All of the Company's depositors are assured of most efficient service, as well as perfect safety; till of them may confer freely with our Officers in regard to matters of vital interest to their business. Telephone 8900 Rector, or call nt 16 Wall Street; an Officer will answer your questions. BANKERS TRUST COMPANY Capital, Surplus and Profits, $ 22. 1)00,00(1 Deposits, .... loO.fltKI.OOO BBmm (URTESY is ' the first word conductors tuuglit. our urc Sutcty is the first word to chaulleurs. our fift: AV'EXl Coach Com pa i iy 1 I ) )! ID! 576 FIFTH AV M Mi- anil put t-i 11 gt t Hiism.i-is hi i- U l.avi heel il.ie i V .1111 e to I ' i 1 ti.e e-n i .1."! lli-fetisno ' ,19 z 1 1- 11 'I- ADVANCE IN HUKOUfXA. Hussions I'eire'e' Treiin ( ns( ill 1. M'liott M. llllll. fp'cwl I nblf Ih'fintfh to Tin Si . FeOMM.. At. inh 1 The' ..,.. 1;, coriespoiideiil ni Ihii Iijim .. it t. m , j.'i tng undi r ilai. ot .leseteod v. t appeals the Hussl.ms .u. nre;..,.- . L a strong nffetislii iiiovi mi nl 'nr f. . r pose of rem cllpylng Czei- iW'f I other Important stintegn ;...:.' :' r Hukontn.i lloavi Itussl;, n nMiller.i I, , .1 1 . il on the Pruth 'r"in Novo !l)e.ii. .1 I r the fighting i-o tar irou-iel e r , the Alletri'ltis hale bee.i ..oil'. I1. o withdraw tin ee-qu,irteis of .1 1 , 1 ,u town. .S'tVir.-l . il E 1 'A f'UA TED. (.erillll lis Mile Itelioi li ll Hull 111., s Tl-eelo Preilll Iel-. n' !.. 10 Tei i. I-nSfieX M Uli merit at p. frog-red mil ete . 111 recent SUCCis-e a o he Itetsstlll .". . tuiniug the lle nil. in V 1 lor-, 'if in.- ' part of T liru.iri' ato deti it ..",',1 The 1 lei 11111 ns rituinn.e t Ptus-iit nil .(ling .. Iiettle 1,1111 extends firmi tie V.eTie.fi .in ''. to Mian. 1, weiht of Pixisnisz hale III , 'II dllVi n h ie U eile" the' N'i the Hohr and the Nar-w. Tne bien compelle'il to ran-, the att.i Gruiln.i and ova imp Sun, ilk ot te 1101th. Tin.) urc sild now to hi tigh at 11 dlc.i li tillage, nt a distance .if .11.1 ' elcicn utiles freiiit then- nil ti iMirders The hen vl'! tlgr.tli.g ci.ntlnuo a-.tund I'lZHMi.isz, where the ma. tl fence o" Gen von I llinl. 'nl. urn's drive- so itb toward the VlMtU..! was Ie .t T Is lown, which has lieen e ipture 1 in s tey the Goinians ml.i to ! lost n I now fairly s. i ino .11 the i.. 'i,nt of the Hussians and ihe main tight" g has moved h.tik to the neerth. iie.rer tho Prussian hotde , A despat h fron Pi trnifr.nl the Central Neiils tedlK o' the 1 M' eotrespoiielent of the .Vol oe lie, en. th. PtH.l.nlsZ H.lttli tlrld It H.iml- ' thi' deteat .if t ie Gi . .nans w.i- 101 pllt lilt Die' e.ie. .ill 1 111) mod hunted ti Meat tun leaii g-n.-, 1 II. Id guns and mini Miim.ii" itii'itirs The liorm.i 1,. tied pre 1 p-1 r luring tin night. .111 the Huns:. a!r f.illovved the'i. I.ri. Iiatit itt.i' k and ilelii ereil .Mounds of 1 lorn. 11 de',e( .im i jioiteil In Ihe tier,, hi w'llb lie s alto-' l 'I t. " ie nm'iiuniii m i "d nle ntllldre,l .,' !" .le Mils, Ii'in-I.e-I ' ' Tl.e 'eneitt ," eludes sIKtllti .ll"ll til I the 1 BV untiiidi d 1 io mini Sl'l'l.e. Wei, .1 ir, lb ii'd " tho hum tllghl l.e-l'tllle lis to I !.' (1 ', h I nun niMin. l.o.vtviv. M.i , h 'o- tn. I Ii sect! t 1; 1 I 'U.t V. ..'.. I'ltl-'i I.e.- I- ei-i I'm- in- I !'!!! 1 (..I at "l 1 .' tl'e I .1 1 I" It -'I ,it lll'llssi Is 11 1 ne, ted w .1 Ih. Washington i , pi wine's e'xc'i O I Ilgeit ii' 1 t' lioel; 'Jle Ills 1,..,., , te .ij.' 11 . -,ei , I 11, mi ur s.n o' III 1 eel'l nctinp as depositor' for H r'jV i i u.'i..