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Fair and much cooler to-day and to-morrow; strong west winds. Highest temperature yesterday, 60; lowest, 47. Detailed weather, mall and marine report on pae IS. 'I? IT SHINES FOP, ALL VOL. LXXXIV. NO. 72. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1916. Copyright, 1916. bv the Bun Prlnttnp and Publtthing A$tocin(tcn. ONE CENT In Oreater New York, i Elsewhere Jersey Cltr and Newark. I TWO CKXTrl. 5$tm. G. 0. P. LEA DERSt unMT nnNTUQT nun i wiuuui HONEST RESULT Charles K. Hughes Colliers With Party Chiefs on Possible Action. HKCOGXIZK WILSON PROBABLY ELECTED California. Xo. Dakota and Now Mexico Vote May Bp Canvassed. MINNESOTA SEEMS REPUBLICAN BY 700 Pipsidont May Have 27li Electoral Votes to 255 for Governor. . j I Ch.Ule. K. Hughes and tile Itepubll-1 . , .... . 1 can leaders recognize that Piealdcnt Wilson has been reelected If the vote In the doubtful States waa honestly nut and accurately counted, l.'ntll tho omplete honesty and accuracy of tho ... .. . .... . . ifttirns vvmcn snow mui wic i-reamem t has carried California. North Dakota and New Mexico tire demonstrated they decline to concede the election and Jo live tip hope. It Is lor tliln teuson that Mr. Hughe has withheld the usual congratulations tint go from tho unsuccessful to the successful candidate for tho Prcsl iitncy. Mr. Hughes and his adviser mado It plain yesterday that their point of view Is not that of bad losera hut simply that of men who feel that more time must bo had to prove up the vot. They do not want to rush Into con tMts out of mere partisan disappoint ment, and they ngree that a demand for i secured that fraud was prnctted or thai glaring errors were made In hasty tabulations and trunsnilslons of the vote in the Wales that dually gave the e'.cc 'Ion to Mr. Wilson. Leader Confer Willi Mr. Hushes. As the result of several conferences held yesterday and last night, confer nces In which Mr. Hughes participated and In which his opinion was dominant, it was ogreed by the Republican leaders that nothing should be done hastily and that every moe that might stir up 111 feeling or bitterness lie avoided except m the best of grounds. Yesterday morning Chairman Wlllcox tlked over the situation with George W 1'erktnB. George W. Wlckersham, who iill direct the legal moves If they are 1 to he rinde, Herbert Parsons. Charles B. Warren of Michigan and .Senator lo'.in W. Weeks of Massachusetts. In the afternoon Mr. Wlllcox went to !te Hotel Astor and had a long talk -Ith Mr Hughes, after which the con ence nim resumed. laat evening isre Has .1 third consultation. As the ult of all this It was decided, with I' Hughes's approval, to employ eoun si in I allfnrnla. New Mexico. North i .ota, .Now llampshlie and Minnesota, -ie there U a possibility that Mr. izh' right have been Imnded, and iistriirt counsel to seek evidence of .kM' otlng and of Inaccurate counting ihee Stales. Further, the lawyers tamed by the National Committee are lifted to scriitlnlio the official can- inc of (he vote and to lie on the .! i re that errors are caught and ( 'e,l I California tiilr la Snsplclons. T nt i s far as the Ilepubllcan lead s Intend tu go at present. They be th vote In California Is open to ifn. ion If for no other reason than at Senator-elect Hiram Johnson re H n plurallt of more than 200,(100 h 1 Mr Hushes was defeated by prob bi 3 Sun The dlorepancy casts doubt the inedibility of tho returns, and f doubt Is especially strong aa re .ardi the vote of Ban Francisco. Tb are Inclined to believe also that hf omclsl canvass of the vote of North '"altota will show a result more favor ble t Mr. Hughes. New Mexico seems recoverable, hut, nevertheless, the same 'e unions will be taken in that Htate. " -ourse, efforts will be made to pro. " ' ll Hiirfhes's lead In Mlimei-ota and " - e Hun ii sqiiatii deal 111 New llamp c where there wete extraordinary -it us from what had been expected, "a t ic fare of the returns the 1'rral- i.,is carried California by about Sw Mexico by about 1,300, North " ii.i h about i.iioo and New llamp abolition, Mr. Hughea seems to ii i Itil Minnesota by about "to. 1 i fiirnia 'j30,ioi) votes were cast; In Mi Men, about 50,000 ; in North ii anoiil ItiH.iifMi; n New lluinp .iiniiii Ml. nun, and In .Minnesota, a' ? .;, you. sinii incnl h ti, l, I'. Chairman. '" ' an Wlllcox prepared a state ' '' eiing the decision reached by ' M isn' H iiiiiI the leaders and made It tier submitting It to Mr. Hughes. e the vote Is as close as that "i hi sevaial States It may well ' imiti'ilal changes will result i" olllclal count. We owe It t ' "ii'iy to take all neceesarjs steps -" Mi.it an honest and an exact I I he votes Is made, must bo borne In mind that the ' thus far announced from most 1 ,i r In most cases unofficial and tie 'hanged bv the. olllclal count r 'I " tile laws of tnone Htutea. ' ilurliic thene iinolllrlul compiita e-terdny California mistakes ' 1 on were announced from that o.itiTlally changing the tlgutes ' 1 y given. It Is common expert- ' ii the result of the official count .i wnis varlea from the leturnn ' mnuuiiced. All that we desire Is anfiaucit on fourth M'CORMICK HINTED FOR WAR SECRETARY Report That National Chair tiiiui Will Bp SiurcoHsor of linker. A KKOHOAXIZEO CAMNKT s.1,1 II I". 1 1..I ... I .'i iiuiiiin BVril llllll HIIIIISWII, Tumulty tiiul Hublcc Are Mputioiipil. Political gossip jesteula had II pretty well settled tlmt Vance C. Mc Cormlek. Democratic National Chair man. In to be taken Into President Wll oii'h Cabinet a Secretnr,y of War to succeed Newton I), Maker, who has nu tiautiotd that ho will resign Maioh t When this subject was broached to Air. McCormlck lie followed tlio usual custom ol successful campaign mana gers nml vlgolously denied (hut he had any Intention or knowledge of becnm tnar one of Mr. Wilson's official family He stoutly Insisted that lie Intended to it-turn to Hurrlsburg to look after 111 management of his newspaper Hut the uiiderKrniind political cut renin yesterday Inured Incessantly on this subject and In many quarters It wan regarded an icusnnnbl certain that Mr. McCormlck would hi. nfftied the place, whether In- accepted II or not The President think very highly of Mr. MeCormlok's ability a an oxecu- live, iih evinced when Mr. Wilson forced the Democratic convention In pit. Louis last June to accept lit m an the National Chairman. The ilimc.it per aonal rclntlotiM exist between the two. SHIFTS IN THE CABINET ' HaHer. lirramry, llanlrls. Hrdflrld nml Vti-Ailon Mar llrllrr. I WistriNOToN. Nov in. A renrg.ml..i Hon of I'resldent Wilson's Cabinet Is exiiecte, to come with hli" InauKUtntlmi for a second term. It Is known that the President has felt more than once durlux his iiilinliiis. Uatlon that he was handicapped by one or two nf his Cabinet ministers. It l tielleied Wl.lt Joseph P. TlllllUltV. the President's etllclent secretnrj, vv.'.l K into the new Cabinet If lie wWhejt tlie advancemint. Ha has been mentlon.il for many other positions, Including the vacant place In the ileneral Appialsers Hoard In New York, which I pr.ictk'nll a life position. Becietnry Tumulty l not looking fur a federal Job, for In-' has many attractive offers In private life. It is known msltlvely that he de. cllneil nu offer within a few months to ls-come vice-president of one of the e largest Insurance iurance companies In Vciv York nt n aatary-ffryT r,,rT, nfnniinr.. TnTT rn In t e ,,or. l.nnalna t lleioalii. Se.-retary Lansing, It ts x.i clc.l, 'v'l, remain at the head of the Stale Depart ment. This Is geneially accepted here. Theie Is n lot of liiteiestlug gossip uluutl tl,n r,,l,ir ,,f v:,..,,.,. ... 1I-1.1 He has beet, one of the President's ' closest advisers. That he will continue to be a Cabinet olllcer If he deal cs s conceueil. bur tbete U ii lioilnt, th'.t if he remains its Secretary of the Tre.i. ury It will be only for a part of the administration and that he will either go to the bend of a big banking Insti tution or enter tho race for Hoveinor of New York at the next election. Score, tary MoAdoo has been oredlteit with Presidential aspiration. The coventor ship of New York would be a stepping atone. That Secretary llaker will go Is con cede(. Hut as to Secretary Daniel re tiring there Is a difference of opinion. (resiiir- .May (ie (Int. Attorney-(!eneral (Ireiorv 1 ih..k- ... retire und bis plaro might be taken by I the present Solliitor-Oenernl, John W. second stm-.v rooms, where she went for Davis of West Vliglnla, Mr. tlregory ""ii" valuables She was luought down may be appointed to the vacancy In the a laditei, and (hat section of the second Federal Circuit Court of Appeals'. Again, Hour caved In so soon n flerwurd that Franklin K, Lane, Secretary of the in. 1 Tom Murray, a tilen Cove flioniaii, was teiior and one of the most popular mem- " "' " bilek. bers of the Cabinet, might bo mlvanoed ! Mr Woolworth war p.11 tlcularly nnx to this place, with the prospect of up. Imis almtlt his books, nud was grieved to pointmcnt to the I'rilteil stales Supiemo barn that fevvif them weie snvid Court betirh before the end of the d- !n,"'Vi organ built Into the Woolwortli ministration to succeed .Ttii-t li-r .Mc- music room Is 11 total losf Krmia, now imst the age of letltenient, "v "''"' '0lig to the nil fur 1I10 Secretary lledfleld of the Depai tnient ' season it. 11 week or eo," Mr Woolwurth of Commerce Is expected to go. lie has, been a source of much embarrassment to the Administration, It has ben sug gested that In view of the petformance of the State of New Hampshire In the elections the President might put In the Cabinet (Jeorge Huhlee. who was reiected bv the Senate as 11 merohee nt the Federal Trade Commission. ' If Secretary Lane is made Attorney-1 nenerai it is expected tnat secretary Houston of the Department of Agricul ture would succeed hlin. Secretary Will lam B. Wilson of the Department of Labor Is believed to be certain to re main If he desires to do so. Postmaster General Hurleaon has not always been In accord with his chief, but he lias been a very Important reliance of the Presi dent In matters relating to piactlcal politics and If ho desires to remain II is assumed that ho ran do so. John W, Kern, one nf the President's close advi.-ers, who was defeated for re election as Senator from Indiana, Is mentioned for I'ahlnet honors, Senator Johnson of Maine is another who may come in for favorable consideration, G0ETHALS ASSAILS CRITICS. Telia "Kiioit l( Alia" Canal Slides Will He Stopped, Wahiiinoton, Nov. 10. The prediction that earth movenientH In lliu Panama Canal will be overcome "finally and for nil time" Is reatllrmed by Major-Gen, flocthals, Governor of the Canal Zone, In his annual report made public to-day by the Wur Department, This will be accomplished, Gen. Ooethols Nils, "not withstanding tlie calamity howlers and In spile of the disastrous predictions of the 'know it nils'" The General says that many false re porta have been published. "Such reports are false, and there I no foundation for them," he declares, "yet they seem to have gained credence probably because a pending treaty be tween the United States and Nlenrngtia contemplates securing from the latter all rights lor building n canal on lis terri tory." Fire Truck lilts Cart Fonr Hart. Fire truck ,15, answering nn alarm, sldewlped a trolley car at Sixty. third street and Columbus avenue yesterday morning, throwln most of tho firemen to tho atraat, Four auffered slight In juries. John Prtrld, motorman, was arrest, charted with rackleaa drlrlng. W. WOOLWORTH'S homo at (lien Cove, L. I., ns it looked yes tcrtlny when the fire which wrecked it had burst throui?h the roof, ( . . imp - ia . m mmmim .... M.i'jk.rri i I "WjsirsP aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaalsaaalaasflM aaaaalaaaHlaaaaaal FIRE WRECKS FINE W00LW0RTH HOME I'nliiliiil Struct urc at (Hen i'(ip l in Unin: Kire- IIKMI ll('lil(v. 'i.i . CniK. I, !. Voi pi. Wlntield II. i'l, the country home of F W Wool coith, biiineil to the ermind this after- , noon, with a lie. of '.'1111,1100, while all the ttretneii .m l tiro apparatus fiom fi.ur I township.- stood hclploj. In the y.inl. It va iiim of Cic tlneht hotie In the Flesh I'onil colony nml stood on the brink of a hill overlooking the I !. The lliemen came ns ipilckly they could pull the apparatus out from the. towns, 'iiit they found only a four inch water iirini with jmoi pressure, s-i they slmpli c.irrleil out a few valuable piece of fiirnltuic ami then stood aroutiil and watched the houn' burn. .Mr and Mrs. Woolworth wete In Man. Iiattnu. They were found by telephone. but by the time they cot to tlleii Cove In- imtomnlille, whlrti vcas about 3 i.a, .t.le Lo.... .v.- ,. i,i.i.,v ml.. 1. 1,1. , , , , . , i. ' . . ,, , ,f t .... "1 ' Mi'. W.silworth via- oierrome mid was taken to a neighbor bouse, but ' Mr Woolworth stajed with the crowd that bad hicn vvati ling tlie i, tai le from the stari It wasn't the mm ey loss that iKitluied Mr Woolworth. "It's J"st ,.!", "u l, ,lmt tlmt u"."' '"' ".'".' , ., . ,7h' nr.V MiT. ":."'r..!.",".'.,. and iiulckly spread over the MUailcrs wb.ile urnture. which ws large V of wood, Mls Maty Hill, the houn-keepe r. J'11' ra,,i"M n'ut thought of partisan dwoiered the tire, alarmed the neigh- j feeling.' Isirhnod -jtid then started the ervnnt I cairjlng out valuable pieces of fiirnl-i I'lilltlc nml Its Mrnnlnu. ture. Moie than J'iIi.ihih woith of ar- The President referred to his service tills- wereiarrlul out and tilled on Ihu , ehlef executive of Princeton L'nlver l.ivvi, "1(5. saying lie knew from experience The village, of (lien Cove, Sea 1 'HIT, there was politic" even In tin- running Locust Valley anil u.vster nay sent an , their lire sippatatus It Is presumed the nre started from n dtlectlve eleo.rtc 1 ouneciioti. .111 iiih-.-u.ihi'ii ! mane The only leal work for the tltemen w.i to rescue one nf Mr. Woolworlh's maids, who was trapped in one of Ihe "Id. "and everything was being liven here for the winter. Well, I shall build right away" .Mr, Woolworth's town house Is at WJO Fifth avenue. DEFEATED. GOES TO HOSPITAL. election bock Ton II nob for Pnl rraiin'a Turrllilr JiiilKe.' PATr.neON, N J. Nov Id. The elec tion proved loo much for Patrick A. Mc Permott, Democratic candidate for A semblyman, and as a result he Is now 11 patient 111 St. Josepn's Hospital, The Rrpubllc.ni landslide In Pasalc county was a terrible blow for tho "tur rlble judge," who In ten years as a Jus tiro of tho peace never sent a man lo jail The shock of defeat unbalanced his mental equilibrium and In ought about a pronounced swelling of both lowei limbs 1'hiHiiiaiis said In-day he was Improved and might leavo the In stitution in a few days. W. F. SADLER, JR., DYING. Ailjotnnl-tieiieral of .rrr .Irrapy Victim of llorder Molilllinllon. s.i,Tiir I'.i.. Vov to. Wilbur F. Sadler. Jr., Adjutant-General of NevvlSKlm warning hunters to keep wMy, jersey, vino nu oven 111 111 me "ionic of 111 brother here for aonie week, is In a 11 ltio.it condition. Ills death is 11 question of a few hours, Ills health broke under the strain of work lit Sea Girt when the New Jersey soldier. were called out for service at the border. Organic heart trouble developed. Gov. Foit appointed him Adjutant General III llio;i. lie had previously been paymaster of tlie Second llrlgaile, National Guard of New Jersey, with Ihe rank of Major, Fire Causes "I, 1 Frlitlil. SonietHidy llicked a lighted clgaiette fiom n Second Avenun ilevnted train 1 Fau, Rivkr, Mass., Nov 1(1. A wage on to the track south of Twenty-third I "iilvuticc of 111 per cent., to become of stieet yesterday afternoon, and when fectlva on December ( and to continue the next train came along a blnie had In force for six months, was offered to started, Passengers, afraid It might I the 3!i 0011 cotton mill operative of onnunie the ties and cause the struc- I this city tu-ulght. Tlm manufacturers ture to topple, grew- highly nervous and made the offer at a conference held bv some of them risked the third rail to walk Hie narrow footpath to the sta tion. Tralii hands put out the the with sand ami chemicals, riSr.lll KHT HOTKI.H AM) (IOI.F I.I.NKH nownpau. Inq.tieabvarrt AlrUne, llll U'way, Ail' , " . . t WILSON, IN POST-ELECTION wBSBSM SPEECH, URGES U. S. "UNITY" HHH f HHaaBsaH 'Let Us Forget All Our Common Service," He Says at Will iamstown, Mass. WU.I.I.VAJSTMH ,, Mas.. Nov. 0 In a speech here to. night before eierul thou sand persons vihocame from nearby tow u rti congratulate him on his le election President Wilson said ; "I want to say that now the campaign ' over wc lnu't think of only one thing, and that Is not of p. 11 ties hut of the Interest of the grent country vie all low. Let u forget all our difference and mule fot coinuuMi set vice only In that wn :: wn work for the great nation that has kIvcii us liberty ami peace." The I'lcsldeiit was welcomed by the students and townspeople after the chrlFtenlng of Uleanor Axson Snyre, tha second child of his daughter, Mrs. Fran, els II. Hayic, and for whom he s!o.d as KoiiiHwiiT. noon auer ins .uriiai 111 nit "f hla soii.lii.iaw.-jiuUtsrrrt to th" P'esldent of Williams College, the delega- tlon. heailei bv Pres blent II. A. (iarrtc d ' colleae and Satnuel P. liligdcn. ii ' " ii"'i' '" 1111 M, matched to t ie Sayre home. The I'le.l.lent spoke floiu the imrch of owu-.t ,,, .,- inerno .-,,.,11.,..!.., .r,Mi-tit Wilson promised in the name llcally uy the students. f ,u, ,.h,K, , ..r,.,)urice xhe devil and I come here to forget the field or poll. 'up ),.,, nri,,. The other godfather was tics and for a brief rest. I 0-11110 simply HV .iime. M. Sayre. brother of to visit my daughter and to attend a slm- p. ,,.; it, Snvr(. Tlp K0dniotherH were pie (creinony helo to-day." he- said. vnJU Mnr it-n-n,, it,, vv ci m... "Now that the campaign Is 1 over we may 1 " ourselves in 111c weliare or; of a college. "Politics," he continued. "Is uftcr all a he continued, means of getting soinethlng done, of put- nog 1'irivnrii inias. it is a uiu, nut , ine nino iio uoe?, run love Hie UKUl lias no led blood In his vein." Mr Wilson told a storv of u mun having a vision In which he was offered n nom mm a .worn ana nio-o 1 11c norn Immediately The vision v ,inllied und the man was cut sod for taking the horn GIRL KILLS BROTHER WITH A RABBIT RIFLE Another Sportsman Also Dond a. Sporting Season Open in Jersev. I Patehsov, N. J Nov. in. tine person dead and one man shot through tho. eye Is Fsssnlc county's loll of the first dav....- .. ' ' ... " .V. """ of the slir.nilnl. m, game bird ! and animal, u"land James llennlon. 21. of West Pater-on. trodireil t iroiieli ihe fUla -II a... toward nightfall bagged u rabbit, which' " " ""j. .,, he took home and exhibited will, pride to his sister nthel. 12. He was drinking wlih Mh elite hi,. ..n..i .s,. .ei....; and .he bulle, penetrated Ills stomal llennlon died Instantly, Three residents of Harmony started up a rabbit In the Ileitis near Hope. i:ilher Albeit Hawk or his In other Syl vester discharged his gun at It. Part of the chaiKi- struck F.lwood Simon In the face, and lie piobably will lose the llecause of accidents similar fo these 111 former feuscna Wayne township has testrlcted the sportHinen to other parts of the Stale, Members of the Wayne e ,.1.1.. !.'-.... 1 ...,i.,.. 1.......1.. I lion have labelled their district with sinu unriiiio. lointer ,, b.e, ,.,eu.. nml fanners tinned with cudgel were on irunril nil i!mi I'l.liMlNUTON, N. J Nov. 10. -In Rarl. , 1 years 1 ! tan township Clarenre Rake, old, out uflcr rabbits with John II. Kerr, Hi years, was accidentally shot and killed by tho latter. They hadn't found any game and Kerr was shooting at 11 target when Rake walked In front nf his gun, receiving the charge In his heart MORE PAY FOR 35.000 WORKERS I nllini Mills Offer IO I'er ( eiil. In- creilse t nloim Consider! nu. their ropresentiitlves with the Textile Council. The council later voted to submit the proposition to the Hie textile unlona at meetings to bo held next Wednesday night. No recommendation as to Its acoeptanoa or rejection wa made. defyinjf the efforts of the firemen to curb it, and the merchant watch ing the blaze. When the fire was put out the place was in ruins. Differences and Unite for before the 11.1 il He mill the stuiy (o lllusttate. the necisslt for fighting. Mr. ilnrlleld, a son of President (lar Held, dec.aied the Plesljiiil's wolds dur ing (he campaign had been "full of wis dom and light." He added: "Wo wish ou Kodsprcd in your great oltloe." When the President arrived here till afternoon lie found a stack of telegrams three feet hiph congratulating him on his reelection. They came from Cabinet lunula rs. Senator", ltcprecntatlvee, (J iVertiluent olllclal and leading liemo ciuts. flu will npl to none of them until hi. return lo Washington, since 110 stenographer accompanied htm, Noon after his at rival with Mrs. Wil son, Miss MarKaiet Wilson, and Ml us Helen Woodrow Hones, his cousin, the President went to .St, John's Proteatant 1 Kpiacopal Church to attend the christen- 1 lug. Tho famllv party rode the few dlocKs to tlie cliiirch in an automooiif blocks to the church In an automobile. nie i.ai.y crleu runtlnuousij. inside th cnutcn only a tew intimate riiemis o Mrs. i.iyre wltne..,e,l th, lerenmny. I'mialtra tu "llrsmiiiicr llrvll." N otlH nf , KO,ifsthers of the baby' ;Xloo.' ,er sister. ML-' ' Illa'nche Nevin. ii'int of Mr Sayre, and Mrs P. II. ire, mother of Mr. Sayte. The family lwrty stood about the baptismal font as the Kev. J. F Carter, lector of the church, lead the service. AfterwHrd the President made a call on President (larilcld To. night the family hf.d dinner in. gether at the Sayre homo. The Free dent will temaln here until ,":23 o'clock to-motron- afternoon and then will turn to Washington, where he Is due to arrive uniiay rngni. 10. morrow ne win rein.ini ipneiij- nun 011. lauui. m his way heie the Piealdent was cheered bv crowds at Tniv uud several other towns bi New York and Maas.i- cnuseiis. loiiiro.iu engineers nu w snrui blasts on their whistles as he passed their lootnotlve. RAIN OF SHELLS FALLS NEAR AMERICAN CORPS Volunteer Amlmlaiice Worl pr' on Verdun Front Have Narrow Kseape. tp'riat CaKIr Itttpateh tu Tim Sis I.onpon, Nov. 10. The correspondent 1 io--"i"'u looiiuter oioior sinnuiance 1 corps which Is working on the French ii"" 1 IZ in, v " i. " 'i?1''" """ " "n w enns repemic VV,V uf 'olur e, r. f, .be i-o 1 wa. reatVnL .e .1 'ni... .,.,-n. ... 1 u . , I . . ' " "" n suian village ne- th s' TL village, observing the military activities tn the nelgJiborhood. Three shells, obviously range finders, fell within a few yards of the American T Z uJZ .1. iV '"L 7l '""'" ' 1 T!1,nn1, ""'f, ""!h" '?m t" under I?'1?" '"' plnvry dlllloull. and nai1 ll,relv ,u "!0',' ''' 'ni V'H" ,a ral" ?' "nan shelH fell upon I . ,Ucr wh'lfl ' l'"r" ,Ul, leru' An oberver counted more than tlfiv. 1 , '"llcalm , '"" convinced that I ",e attack was made with a view toward ' ''e attack was made with a view toward' , " " Americana ri-om wot king " i'on num. PARIS BARS EVENING DRESS UI.X,aa. I ., ,,.. ......., . - .. ... I Ordinary Day (.urb Mn.l Mr Worn In stnlr Tbentres. Paius, Nov 10. An official decree in- sued to-day provide that until the war shai.C,'be" aSOT'.ltra;".,: Opci. 1 Combine, the Comedie Francalao 111 11111 Odeon, which am subsidized by tin, .state, wriunury day costumes must be worn. "Those drcshod otherwls,, will be rig orously excluded," the decree says. Recount xskrd In North Carolina, Asiikvh.i.i:, N, C Nov. lO.-Ou the face of complete returns from the Tenth Congressional district Representative James K, llritt, Republican, has been re elected ovw his Democratic opponent, Kchulon Weaver, by a majority of thlr- teen votes. The Democratic camnalrn managers, however, refuse to concede Mr, lirltt'a clectlom Md wUl demand a recount 1 aHKaaa BUS mm $10,000,000 SCHOOL TO TRAIN DOCTORS Hockofellev Board (lives S' onO.OIIO Mni'P to rniver it.v of Cliicniro. The rjcn'r.il Hducatlon IJonrd arid the' Rockefeller Foundation have appro, pilated fl.HOii.iinn for tho etnbllhment of a medical depaitnient In the t'nlver- Utj - f Chicago, The gift was announced ., . . , , , . . , , '"ht nleht Vr Abraham Flcxn-r. It brings Mr. Rockefeller's '-outrlbutlons to the uriverslty up to neatly 3T. (iiirt.nun. The university will ct uslde at le.nt j:,000,00n for the same purpose, will give a site on the Midway valued at jjofl.noo and will raise a further sum of M.ma.oilii. The medical school will therefoie start with an endowment of almost f "1,000,0011, making It the richest of Its kind, j Hush .Medical i-oUegc, established ; seventy-live ye.ii" ago, will go out of, 'existence The Presb.v let Ian llo'p'tal ' J which Itusll has used, will be taken overi by the I'nlvoislty of Chicago .mil will lie reorganized to provide aile,iinte clinical and laboratory facilities for physicians now in the Ibid. A new l.iboratoiy j building will be erected p Immediate, 'conjunction with Ihe hospital, The 1 Presbyterlun plant i valued at about .t3,lin0,0ii(i. The entire enterprise will' represent all Investment of more than jlii,iiftft,oan. "This project," a!d D- l'le.xnei'sj statement, "will be giving the cltv of 1 i-i,i v,ii. ...,i n..i .... . """ "" 1 "" '"ii inm It will also provide for the ,l,st time in , "! post-graduate school ado. quatoly equipped and lluancrd. Hospital 10 Re Unlit. "The school will bo erected 011 tlm Midway lialsance. and will thus form a part of tlie piesent I'nlvcrslly of Chicago plant. High grade modem laboratory buildings will be provided for Instruc tion in the students' first and sciond veins, ami a unlveislty hospital under complete control 01 ino university, with ' laboratories and an out patient depart- complete control or Ihe university, with merit, will he built on the Midway "The entire teaching staff, clinical as well as l.iboratoiy. will be oiganled on' the full time has . Thai Is, all the ' tc.icheis for clinical as well as labora tory studies will give their entire time! to leaching and rcseaicb In tho iinlver- ' "US' ho-pltal and medical school Pro. lessors and ineir assistants will hold their posts on condition th.it they be. come salaried uiiiversitv oflb la h ami I ,lu' accept personally ,,o fees wh,,t. . .fr f)). an. mel,Pil, p kwkWM ,.,.! yh" ,,,,,, 1 lie iiiiij iiienii,ii eoooi" m me COUIl tiy to-day which have embiacoil Hie fun tune teaching plan ai o John Hopkins Medical School and Iho medical ilcpai!- ment of Washington I'nlvci slty, st Limit). "The full time scheme I a plan n . sine to liiHpltal work ami medical leach lug Iho undivided energy of eminent scientists whoso efforts might otherwise be distracted by tho conlUctlng demands of prlvote practice and clinical teaching Tho full tlmn scheme Is an niipeal to hcleiilltlc Interest and devotion of tlm clinician, and tho reaults so far realized through the phtn at Johns Hopkins have been most satisfactory. "It should te of Increasing conss. quence to the publlo that the training of those studying to become doctot should bo In charge of the most comis'tent men obtainable devoting their entire time to this work. Greatly Increased ettlcloncy OMMtaakMl m fourth Pai I, j60 AIRPLANES MEET IN PITCHED BATTLEI BritiMi Brinp; Down Six (!pr in n ii MtiphiiiP.s in Sppctarn lar Fisrlit. J A UK UKPOHTKIl LOST i I'i'piipIi Kliers KnjriiRPil in Aerial Claslips Ovpr Hip t Soninip Upgion. I.o.visjn, Nov. 10. Oerman niiatois i clashed with I'renih and llrltlsli last . iiIkIii In n serlea of teirlflc battles III the lr over many mlleH of the liattle front j In France. Forty-two alrpUmes of tlm three annles) ale reportea t" liaia neen luought down, French nvlnlors nlMie ngaged In sevinty-si-vcn fights In the ilouus. According to the olllclal statements the allied airmen disposed of twenty-live j Herman machines and lost seventeen.1 Nnl all the machine leportell nt driven down were desttoyed, however Mil Airplanes In llaltle. .More than slxlv airiilaiies were en gaged In ii pitched battle between llrltlsli 'and (leiman machines, The llrltlsli ac count of this light, tho biggest ot the kind yet reported, follows: One of our Miuadrons of thlrtv ma chines encountered u squadron of from thirty lo fotty machines. An aeilal baitle took ulaie ntid the enemy iiuailroii was broken up and dispersed. ' Six of his machines were seen to rom- mence to fall out of control, but owing j in tlm senrltv of the Hghtllig It was I nt onsHlble to watih them to the ( ground. The great neilal activity was due to j the coming of clear weatlier on me Sommo front, For many dais there h.n been either roln or heavy wind storni, w hlch mado flying Impossible. The union was good last night nlu. and sonic of the lighting was by moonlight. HesUles the fights among lnglc avia tors nml Miuadioiis, nil thtee armies uiailo raids upon communications and store, behind the hostile line. 1-reocli Makr I'nigrro, Toe Infantry did little fighting to-day. though the French again made progress 01 the itnpoitant Lo I ralisloy sector southeast of Hipauuie. They raptured tienc'i elements 111 the direction of Le Tiansloy and n pulsed n German counter 11tt.uk, At Verdun the artillery lire was very heavy. Tbn uincial statement on till fighting tajs North of the Somme we captured several trench elements northeast of Ias Itoeuf and in the region of Sail llsel. A liermnti counter attack di rected against Sallllsel was easily ie puled, We took some prisoners. South of the Somme thero wa n continuous bombardment, which was somewhat violent nt Interval" 011 the Prossoiiv und Abl.ilnoourt sectois. On the right bank of the Meue thero was gieat artillery activity by both side" at n.l points between the Ilaudtomoiit qu.uiy and Damloup. Theie whs no Infantry action uud tlie day was qulei on the remainder of the front, lleporta on Air Flsrhtlas;. The stuteinetds on ulr warfare follow The llrltlsli statement Suva. A the result of the Improvement In the weather there via great aerial activity ,vilerday Much useful work was done, many bombing raid being cariled out on the eneuiuy's loumiuui cations, billets and stoic., Air fight ing was almost continuous. As the icsult of othtr fights nlm! more hostile machlni-s were dilvm down In a damaged loudltlou. three of which are known to have bei 11 destroved, A hostile kite balloon was also attacked and sent down In flames. Seven of our machines are missing. The French statement enjs. There wa krent terlpiucil aviation activity yeterd.iv Our airplanes weie engaged In ccv cnty-u'vcti tights, In the course of these a Fokker bi plane was brought unwii within our lines near Aubeiivc, a Dauipler was forced to descend near Saint llllalre le Grand and the two aviators wore made prisoners ' another machine was oeitnlnlv brought down and seven fell In the German line on the Somme 7(MI llointia Krr llriippoil, 1111 boinbardliig squadrons il-opped mine (ban TOO bomb on cmni uiuci tlnns and cantonments behind Hie front, ei-peclall.v nn the nillway sta tion ol Lens rind Vourbios llonibs tn the number of 270 were dropped on blast furnace nt Algiatige, near 'rhlonvllle. on the arrodtome at Diein-e. on the railway "tatlon nt Couri'elles-sur-Nled and on aircraft shed" at Polecat The German stntcment sais rouillttons for operation being fa vorablo tiring nodvitv was llveli on both sides at min pouus along the front. in tin' Somme sector hoHlle local attacks were delivered without siicresH ne. ir lhiuoourt rAbbnye, Gueudecourt and l.es Ibeiifs and at Pressolre fsttonger French force advanced nu both sides of Sillily. They were re. pulsed. Ill pari by hand to hand light ing. Dining the dav the nlimen were very a ilvo nud contlnuid activity b moon light during a clear night In numer ous ncnal engagements we shot down 11 4nt.1l of seventeen airplanes, tho inujurlt.v In tb" Solium1 region on both sides of the liver t mi- air siiriilroun repeated their f. feiilie attack upon r.illioad station and troop and . inmuiiitloii depots, ospcci.illv in the sector between Pe nnine and Amlcii GERMAN CASUALTIES 3.755.693. HI n.li.'t I lllllcrr. anil Men Killed lliirlng nr. llrlllali I'lanre, London, Nov 10. German casualties since the, beginning of the war, reported In German ollkial lists, total il.'.'i.'i.ilti:! olllcers ami men, according In all olllclal llritisll compilation made public to.il:i (If this total UI0.2.!4 were killed The Haines do not Include enaiialtlc (iiuong the naval funis or the Colonial troop. The German ciisiiiillh repotted by the I h"uT.' f".r ""' ""m,ll "f, October ,",al 19''1'07," ""leers und uieii. Including 1 3l,:t'Jl dead Prior to the war evening dress was re garded a almost Indispensable except for those occupying seats In the upper gallery. Montana Has First HHaaarit, II KLIN A. Moll., Nov. 10. Northern Mon tuna experienced to-day the flrat real billiard of the winter. Snow was gen eral throughout Prickly Pear Valley and northern Montana and fall to 11 depth of threa to aU laohs two ARMIES IN 1YDATU ilDID AT fDilin U1UI ill DANUBE BRIDGE .Mackcnsen. Battling at Cer navodn Crossing, May Be Caught in Trap. ilU'MAXIANS BALLY ON WKSTEKX BANK Tiil'l'if ii' t l'liivrrlo Ifiimic I'm 11 "lilt ,Unrg( JiUJJOS 101 Possession of the Mill Causewav. 11 hTSSIAXS M KNACK TKl'TON IMCIIT WINil-. .Move Suuth as Invaders Fall Back 'I'oward the Con liinn Railroad. I.OMSI.N, Nov 10 Fleice lighting Is) Un progress for possession of the groat bridge, across the Ij.hiiiIk- :it Ccrnavod.ii Itusslniiri nml liuiiiiinlans, lately In re tioat, have rallied and ore Milking heavy blows at Von .vliiokon.en from two directions. Von Macken.en's Teutons and llul gurs had Hticceoiled in crossing; tho (Danube nt Cernavoda from the pn- brudja side and were actually In old ' "umaiua, mrenicning niicli.nest, They baa not. however, cro-wii the marshes on the vvitirn Kink of tho Danube, Ten miles of tin- eleven mile brldgo consist of n causeway cnisslng these marshes. I "mil to-diy it vvna not known the Teuton" had crossed th I liver. rierre I'IkIh nn llrldae. Ono Utiinaninn nrrny has alrnimt set foot nn the bridge Itself. It 1 engaged In a hand to h.iul fight with the Teu ton 011 the big causeway lending up to the bridge on the western bank of the Ditiube. 1 in either side of th causeway In the Danube svvninp ncrosH I which II run" Russians ami Rumanian niv nt gtlps wit'. German., Turku nnd ; r.iiltiirs. Tint far this new a d startling move of Gen S.ikh.uolTs i.eiv liobnidj.v cam , pnlgn ha brought bn.i success. Ru I slm cavalry and inf.intu have nocvu pled Hie Dir. ilea station on the. cause w.1.1, t iking butidieds ,.f prl.oneiH and maelilnn gun, alii are i,i,siiig nn. The Duu.ire.i -tatlon i- only two mile wes1 of Ceimnoil.i, l,nt s separated from ! by the D.itmhe, Dunareii is Cie Rum.iiilin name for Cic Iiiiiube, ami tho st.l'loll I the e.lsleriilli.i-' of two on the causeway a. ioss the m irsh The llort che.i nation eviilently had been o cllplcd previously. Terrlrlc fighting l jolng on along the c.iu-ewa.v and up :n the bank of the Difiube The Russians and Rumanian under a galiing Hie fiom V011 Mackeii- sen hoaiv gun ncro.-s tn. rivei In Cer na v od 1 nud hnni!fo.iip"l M the mar shy gioiunl on then -nlo of Ihe river aie sttlvlng bv a quuk tl.niM to re cov or the In hlge 'i'Ollil lllmi lit lelllons. Me.ltlilllie Hie si ,'otnl .ir.i. illeb i Gen Saklnrolf i" driving s-iiii'i fiom Inoilbirn Do'irinlj.i and h.i" 0 ipi.rl in port. int I'ii'ii'iiii- on a ime roiuhiv from tiftien toiwioiv mil' s north of the t'01 -stnnz.i-Ceru iv oda rallroid. on Von VI icki risen rmhi lie-ides Hirsov 1, tun Itu-sMiis have taken the villas'' of VI11 llll, tlie lleigbls two lllllo- smith of if geililv and a I 1 le oe t.'i, e southwet of raslmdja ', The plan of lb" llussiiii , ien' 11 1 is appirrittlv to smash Von M n ken-ei. jbetwieri .111 attack Umii b m. 1. 11 f'ii',1 I nnd ore uiion bis right flank, lec.ipturo I the 1 cinavoda bildBe, the riilnnid to , Cnnstnnz 1 and te"pen 1 'nn--inn 1 fn ' Rinslsn supplie and undeitaU, .it ta' I the allied pi m of an iniini' ( :,il garl.i through tin- Dobrndja ' observer line arc purzled to undo -I stand what is the present -late of tli I Carol luldge at I'd navoda. f which the I two nrniies are bittbrig When Vu ' Maekenseii took Ccrn.ivodi It wi an 1 noiiuceil from II. rim th it the Rumanian had blown up the bridge Spier, then ttheio ha been rw news whet -er nr riot I V011 Ma, kensen etiglnen bavn lebullt it or whether hi tioope ros.ed to tho ' Ruinanl.in side b a ponloon bridge II 11 mn 11 Inn Pnsblnir On, ' Part of th Riisso. liiini.iman .irmv got tioioss tn-1 lirlilge Imrore It was blown up . the remainder repeated In the wild legion of noitbein Dobrudja The tioop that mossed tbn bridge mado their lose at Ketch, at the Rumanian etui, twelve 11. lie frier I 'einavod.i. Now thev are coining back The Carol, or Cernavoda, bridge, for which the st niggle now rages, Ih the ; H .'.uiV uZ ""iZn 1 Potest! to a Utile beyond the Dtill.irc.i station which the Russians hold, It Is a series ol cllisewnvs, viaiuicih anil Olllei iinnroacbes across the Danube marshes The bridge piopir I neativ half a nnl. long, has a main span of liuO feet anil four other spans each of about do feel 111.011 iniisoniv piers i'be luldge Is about 120 feet above the stream nt I e Dauuiie Along II and along tlie cause wa.v run the 1 'onst.i n.a-Cernavoda rail road, wbli h lead tin illy to Huiharest thus conne"tllig the Ruuiairaii oapij Willi the lllack Sea Tranalianln Line Hold. For the numicni the situation in 1.0 Dobrudja eclipses that on tlm Trails) v.mla f 1 out- The heavy German a'tacks upon the Rumanian centie soiilb of Kronslailt yestetil.iv did not break the lines They forced the Rumanians hack wei of the lluzeu alley, not far from Tallin lluttl, and gained some ground In tlm Important Prahova Valley. Hut In, this section the Rumanians have enveloped the Teuton loft flank in to Fraiiova, Valley ky mniilitg the 1