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EVENING PUBLIC -LEDGlDR-PHILADELPHIA, i WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER Iff, tlfc
TOTAL NOW 51,971
jreasc of 837 Inchidcs
fllO Killed in Action, 62
Dead of Wounds
HSEASE CLAIMS 52
six Die of Accident and Other
j,, Causes 538 Wounded,
Vnhlnittm, Oct. If,
Casualties In the American cxikhII-
Iforiary forces urn Inert-used by 8.37 In
iMports given out by tlie War IVp.irt
,i"nnt today nd last, ilRlit. making; the
Brand total 61,971.
This aggregate Inclutlrn 3CS." In
marine corps, the iirniy casualty
comprising all told 4ft. 438 names.
The additions to the army llt In
eluds 110 killed In action, f.2 died of
wounds, 6 killed by accident and other
.causes, 63 died of dlseae and 538
wounded more or less seriously, while
9 figure In the list of missing anil pris
oners. The marine list Is unchanged either In
the corps of among the pallors
' The summary of the at my caiMlllc
to date follows-
Lost at sea
Killed In action .
Tld of wounds . . .
Ild of' accident
v causes ,
Died of disease . . .
Missing, Including prisoners
The summary of the marine
casualties to date follows:
Mining. Including prlsonets ...
Today's lists contain
from Pennsylvania. New
land and Delaware:
Hn Avon. !
ril In Aitlmi
' COKro.RAI. f'hrlsloiiher
, WAOONEIl I.ouU tattlpr,
4--.J.k.....l.n.. . . ..
S&CHr. K J.. Hurry .1 Kmnk. I'-'tt San-
'(f1 llebnrr, AttnntlA. Vn . Paul Hu1nrt. (lln-
k'iw, t-a., uuanipn i.unnuirir. I enn Auiuoy.
J. J. 1 Steven Mftrtln. Ponom Pa : rh-irW
H. Slp, Turk. Pa Jurnea Woodruff. I'd I
mr, N. J,
Died front Wound-.
8EnOBA.T Shepton lln Orauer.
COWOllAI. Kditar II. Alllon. iiultlmure.
PRIVATES Ola tun f' Ahalor. I'itts
town. N. J.. l-Hwri-nc I'mnionn. Newark.
N. J. Krank K. I.-wln. .Newark. V. J.:
Chnrlei Marty. WnortbrMu. N J . William
B. HarcUy, Htunreon ji.
Died of l)UeUM
SKftaKANT I.eo J I'outry. Lvwlstimn.
t'OOK William l'llier. NorrUtilwn. Pa.
PRIVATKS Benjamin llronateln. ll" Mc
han atreet. I'hllB'l-lpllln . An-hle It Hut
ton. New Mllforrt. Pa.. Horace, r.. IlHtllble
llled from Accident mid Inner nue-
larry n-aver. jerawy cm
Wounded Heterelr In Aelton
SEnOKAKT Kdwln .1 llivr IK
iff.. lowtilll atrret, rhllndelbhla.
LS , CORPOUAIy Jlyron T jrrrb k, MonNur
IIOUUKR Mike W. Mannu. fltralnllt. Pa.
Li- MECHANIC Kratiela A Campbell. 1UIW
fr ;vJnnoni avenue. I'miaueipnia
v ..." i;uK .-narie I
L'jarence U'alioce. N'ew-
A ark. N. J.
I'HiVATBW- i:nuaril r Albavker, I'ltu-
bursh: Alllton llemler. Olrard. Pa.; t'hurlea
Albert Mrnwn. Mnrrlatnwii, .V, J.. Joacnh
chlrrnr. Houth Itethlelteni. P.; Ilran It.
, Christie. Uarneld. X J Wa.Halaw Dar-
Jlewles. Xanllcoke. Pa . John K, Unnnhua.
raer City. N. J . Knill II i:iiniiuli. WIN
eox. Pa.: Steve Impollt Itenenakl. Wilkes
Bar re. Pa.; Ucorce J Hrhmehl. neaillnsr.
Pa. I Albert Schconle. Plttaburffh. Pa.. Leon
HalchUJ. Uraddock. I 'a . I)ald V llmldey.
'Lancaster. Pa.. John :.'. Iturn :K''.'( Itlnv
gpld atreet. Philadelphia, Patrlik V. (.'allery.
Tuacarora. la.: Kdward llazan. Tnree
Three Rrlditea. N J.. Hurry H lleu.er. l:7J
' Kmerald atreet. t'hlladelnhta. Marry K
lluward. Waahlnrton. Pa . Thomai I. Mr
Uarby. Xuwurk. X J . Jnneph Manruun
Providence. H. I , Amnion I Markei. (lien
Rock. Pa.: Martin Y. Marlln. r.r.li Wesf.in
tr avenue, Philadelphia. Leon Smok, New
ark, N. J.. Theodore Konenhaaen. Hubnken.
N. J.; William Xlrhalaa Tommlna. Monl
ejalr, N. J.: Harry Otto Weimar. Allendale.
v i. J.-. Ed Wllllama. Petemburs. P Hunon
,, Yurmtck. Shenandoah, Pa. Walter Za-
' wackt. Pateraon, X J
Wounded, DeKree I'ndelerndned
COnlORAl,S Jamea U fllll. WHS Xorlh
Tourth atreet. Philadelphia. Il.iiph Heir.. Ila-
l.inh la . ).i., Ilaevlir W0lltnut1.11 N.' .1.
rV Thomaa 11. Itolmea. Plttaburah Pa ltu '.
,- Ketner. Hiuylkill llaen. P.t Italpli K
'pbllllppl. ltrobe. Pa. . Jarnen S llasun.
PRIVATKS Theodore lUaaltca Jenjup.
iPa,: Sidney Blanch. Huuerlor pa Will ,im
Hotl, Itackenaark. X. J : William S. Itnus-
sum, Oreaaona, HthuylUlll funt. Pa Itu
tell K. Ilojc-f. Itello Wernon Pa . Hubert
l.'raas. lloboken. X J , Krederti k Hrk.
: (Ireansbunt, Pa.t Itusaell Clmrlea llarback.
I -Mill Hall. Pa.; William ti llawlttna, rnii
t.l.ursV Md.; Kl l. llualtta, Wrotnlnii Pa .
i3nr"Tld O Johnaun. Ilartalnwn. l'ratord
- iCounty. Pa., lleorae u. Kixh. RSI I later
atreet. Philadelphia. Jamea f Mtdrath.
'T!tlheth K .T . IMwtn t Af..er. Vcat-
'HaM. X. J.: William II Mltter lux Center
JJ .Hall. Pa.: Robert Milrpns Sl't2 Titan street.
fcS" Philadelphia: Jamea A Mura. Newark
f t N, J.: Charles Itazey, Roulette. Pa Kdnarc
Lj, . A, Rellly. Mlnerallle. Pa . Rastnond A
I'a . August K Tafs.
N. J. PhlllD Blrkett Wainer. 3.i
Weal, Pomona street. Philadelphia . Harper
Uenry Witter. New Oxford. Adams I'uuntv.
RenJamln II. llorman, PUInnel'l
Mlsslnc In Action
' 1 JKUTENANT CJviard fchmelicr. Urle.
V .. . ...
,i. UKROEA.STS uarry .mci'iihu. orapoua,
. Ta.t VVIlllam V Owens. PnttsMlle, Pa
r CORPOIIALS Soencer llloor Trenton. X
J.J Abner I.. Uonacy. St. Marys. Pa ; An
r r-ln Kratannlrii, l'lttston. Pa.. Charles B.
.'' Wlko. Du Hola. ra.
tii ' l-HtVA'l liH William II. Hair foltsvtiie.
rftb J Pa.: Alonzo C Ilrooks llruokvllle. la.;
n.via A Thomas. IN l. South Front street.
Ky'li Philadelphia Aurnist Simon. New Castle.
k?t IPa.i Joieph Smith. 4XS7 Oale atreet. Phlla-
aetpnia. junn riiansi, r.n&auciii. . s.
ALUES SAVE CATHEDRAL
Swift Advance Balks German
Purpose, at St. Queutin
By the Associated Press
Paris. Oct. 18, -When Allied troops en-
whs ttred St. Quetitln they found that every
Jt? rilllar In the Cathedral there had been
oTavate.l at the level nf the ground.
;l!ii.f preparatory to placing explosives under
r'1 -? 'i. .....II..W n tl.A l.ll.drlu
f. picm, ttvvuiuinii u ,. .........
' The rjipldlty of the Allied advance pre-
' vented the Uermanii from carry'ng out
jjietr plan to destroy the edifice.
funds for Officers ami Enlisted Men
In the U. s. Army and Navy and with
Red Croti or Y. M. C. A.
The Safest Way
To carry fund it by Traveler' Letters of Credit
which wo iitue free of commliilon
!' To tend funds is by Mail or Cable Transfer
which may be made through us.
WE HAVE OUft OWN AMERICAN REPRESENTATIVE IN FRANCE
I WITH HEADQUARTERS AT THE OFFICE OF
CREDIT COMMERCIAL DE FRANCE
20 RUE LAFAYETTE. PARIS
Broavn Brothers & Gq.
Captured Germans Say
Their Kaiser Must Go
Prisoners Add That Crown Prince Doesn't
Count Teutons Found Singing "Marseil
laise" With Flemish Peasants
Sprcial Cable to .'triing
CvHvrlvlit. Ml. In .V'te I" k 7"i. ''
With the Rrlll.li Armlea, lrt. !
The li.itlle In Klnn'ders. which hftan
Monday and Is continuing In the dint1
tlon of Ootirttnl, Is being fought by com
bined Relglan. Kicnch ami llrlllah urinl"
unthr tho supreme conlmnttd of King
The Krltlsh Second Annv. tittili't t.ett-
era! Sir Herbert IMuiner. Is on the right '
of this crotin nf armies, with the ltel
glans on the left between Haulers nml
Menln nml the French In the center
aroilttil Itotllrrn Itself, which they had
tjie honor of taking.
This International ai'llnn lun gained
Important sucriss along the whole Hue
nf titlark, and It Is Interesting In that
the number of prisoners captuieil were
almost exactly the .same for the troop
of each nation, amounting to about
Jllflfl Mimitut- ulili'l. lti'lnird them no to
some 12.000 In all The Itrltlsh troops i """
.I'm captured some fifty guns ' One lllage itrrntinileil
III describing the scenes wh. n the! '" "" attack on (Ihelnwe Siol'Wh
Itrltlsh and ltelglan troops marched I tmops. who were bidden ns they ad
along the .same tracks niul cni-aiupril side anced In ti dense smoke of trench
by s'de in the same fields nf those four ' mortars mingling with the wet fog.
old l'lamlsh h.ittli fltili and came Wick avoided the village, which they know
together along the tracks or walking I would be btMllng with machine gun,
wounded, 1 was unable to Include the I nml worked ntouml It, until they Joined
French soldiers in this forbidding plctur'
of war becatte they were ntlll an of
ficial secief. Hut the color of their skv-
blue uniforms, the long nail of their
blue carts over the heights of I'assc'ieti
daele. and their rot'tuni of guns, going
forward to the buttle line, were Inter
woven with the mases of ltelglan Ut
fantty mining forward to their objec
tives and with the khuhl of the Knglleh.
b'cottisli and Irish battalions.
French Army Pageant
I went into the French area and
while the battle was In progtess stood
by French officers who were watching Its
progress as far as any clue could lev
had Through the screen of el mist
batches of prisoners came trudging back
and llghtl) wounded men were coming I
Into the field dressing stations
ThutiMind o' French n!dlcr pascl
and pad, M owed pv their llgiit
transpitl. nml It was a pageant of men
with hud. bronzed face and a itcran
look under their steel ensrtue. After
four veat.- of war In many field of bat
He they are sterner and giaer looking
In mas than the Kuglirh .soldiers, who
still, enntrle to find a Joke or two on
the line of march, and they weie lean
er looking more sharply cut In pioflle
than the Belgian in their yellow hrl
met. Hut seeing thetn. one marveled
that, ijfier all these years of sacrldre.
France should still put In the field such
wonderful hatlnlloui. In which each man
seemed p'eked because of hi hardihood
and l) I nes.
Ons of the French otllceis. observing
from a pile of tuln. offered me a light
ftom Irs cigarette, and, pointing to the
gun flashes uroiiuil lloulers, Mild'
"We are getting on If all goes well,
wo hIiiiII wi. in have half of llclglilin.
If the en.niy doe not get out, we shall
drive lilm out "
i:nrm.t Puts t'p l'lKbt
It I eel tain that the enemy did no'
mean lo get. out Monday without a
heavy fight for It. 1 have already told
how on the llrltish lino of attack he
held his front far more strongly than
usual, pulling his weight of men there
rather than In the main line of resist
ance further hack.
It was the same on the ltelglan and
French front. There was severe light
ing before the Herman front line. could
be broken around lloulers. Wlnkcl, St.
Klol and other places with KleniMi
names, hard to write and lo say, be
tween Haulers and Thourout. This
country between the Mandern riuge.
In Hats cut up by small canals and
hedges and iliiches and avenues of tall
poplar trees, and the enemy had iiiiule
use of thee natural fi autre for de-,
The enemy machine gunners" lined
the ditches under cover of the hedges
and had cut down many poplars lo
make barricade. of tree trunks acros
the loads, and stnushed bridges and
canals. There were aim many "pill
boxes" exactly similar to these concrete
shelters below l'asschendaele and I'll
kern, which Hie llrltish found such bald
nuts to crack In the battles of Flanders
lire I'm in Tiled Illicit-
The Herman machine gunnels, driven
ftom the ditches and routed out of the
"pill boses," then fell back Into the il-
lages and used the llltlo Flemish houses
with red-tlleit roois as iiim.-iuiic-a.uii
fortresses finin which they tlieil at clo
range when the ltelglan. French and
Itrltlsh Mildlcrs forced their way Into
Hie streets. ...... ,
,o It was nt lloulers. which the ! rench
encircled Monday morning, and at Wln-kel-St
Klol. captures by the llelgian.
with the Scottish battalions on th-lr
right, one by one the Ueiman machine
,,,w were silenced and the Herman gar
risons Miriendcred when they
theinsqlves cut off and hopeless.
Thou from beloW tllO llOUfl'!
came up other people, strange to see In ,
the bullet-swept streets Old women
came up out of their cellars, trembling
and crying out to mo oeiKmns
French icarchlng their houses for living
(lennans over the bodies of the dead ,
Men In peasant clothes, haggaul and ,
pale under their beards, shouted out ,
hoarse words of welcome, and said. "We
are saved." I saw three of these men
from lloulers marching back with come '
soldiers to give any information that
they had which might be useful.
Some Hermans Oult Cold
Home of the machine gunners of the
Thirty-ninth Herman Division on the'
British front surrendered without tiring
a shot. Some of the olllcers put up their
hands when they saw that their men
would not light and said, "All la lost "
One body of the llrltish captured nine
olllcers and 3(H men when their own
strength at this place near Wervlcii was
only 420 and Iheli casualties sixteen
The German t-oldlers seemed lo know
it) riiii.li emus
I'liblic l.filfer everything about tccont events and their
iiiiininiu if-ii,iui nil?.. it MmiL I'l'HW.
Tlir aro pcrstiadul that riftytliltig
, Is over and asked whether the armistice
, nniild be fllglivd at once. The Knlor
initial go. they said; anil when asked
alxiut the I'rown I'rlnci; shrtiggrtl thcli
shoiiltleiH ami said: 'The frown Prince
lines tint fount. N'ohody will Wither
' annul him."
1 Some of them eett mittlo jokes nWjtit
,, f,.ir Ciriii.itiv. nml when annin nf
, w,jt What nho'iit lentnhlnnd t'ber
Al'esV" they sold. ".Vow tlcitnany la the
n the front of the Second Army,
under Dinner, there was ome hard
fighting before the (Sermon line was
broken tw-tweon Wlnkel-Si Klol. l.ege
gliem and Menln. An lrlh battalion was
held up for some time outside nf Moor
ell b inachlne-itun lire tind had hard
fighting In the street befoie It can
luted it with the suivlvors of Its gar-
iinnils on the othev s!d. Then other
tn-n went Into the village to accept' the
siirteniler of the garrlroli. who by th'.-
lime tcalliiiil tha" Ihey had been
Our men were held up for n time u
f'nticoti farm. tc.ir Menln. but during
the n'.cht Hernial machine Runners re
treated while they had tills elianc".
Mfiiln llelf could not be enleretl Mou
dn and was let alone by our troop
aiUaucltig nnilh of I ae one hle of the
town was hairier of flic, till it houj
hnvlne; been set nl'ght there y the
cnem.v to defend t entrv. Thee fir.
have now stiintdernd down mid In the
iar!y hours of Tuc-'d.i morning our
pilrola went cnittlntislv ahead anil en
tered the streels, flml'tig Hum abati-
Tin lay morning the aiharce of the
tjtniiiieinenta ties AriiH-e' de l'lntultcs."
ns Kins Alberfo grnipi of nrmlc 's
called, fintlniieil nil nlorir tlie line, the
I Kieui'h and Helgl.itis going forward
! c'o-er to Thotirotlt. nml the liritl'll
striking closer t" fotirlrtil and Comlnes
Some of our Infantry has crossed the
l.ys canal below Com ne. pear Warner
Inn, and others are iltlvlng slowly for
waul In touch with the irtrcntliie' rrar
RUards. No ItrltWIi lank
i nir men are woiklng without the he'p
if tanks, which would find bad country
to rro. In thl low and swampy ground,
but the French have many of their
own tanks which linve been of pi eat
service to the liifntitry. Light ltenau.l
of the French tank corpt cnilsrd for
ward like destroyers and struck teirnr
among the Cettnnn machine gunnels,
whose emplacements were outflanked bv
There Is litmlly any it"eii for me to
po'.nt out the slgnlllcance of thl new
campaign in the nottn liy that "Croupe
metit de ArmcpH de Flamlres." the Hd
g an. French, and llrltish tinder the
supreme command of King Albert
dlnnee at the map. which will explain
It. more than word.
- IIIUIl ,11.111 MIJIII-1.
Our cofnhlned advati
nine a f. hrrat to the
nee has altcady he-
io Hermans on the
coast between Nleuport and Ostctul. so
tnht they must ivlllulraw from the nar
row corridor or have the door slammed
upon them Further houiIi our advance
tow'ard Cottrtrnl puts the enemy Into
u deep pocktt ill 1,111c and the gieat
manufacturing suburb of Tourcolng and
lSHoubalj. while to the ninth Doual Is
almost encircled, now that our men nre
tmnh of It at Fleers and south of It
1 1,. nni Cambral.
u tll)s norlhcrii part nf France and
Ileiglnm Is therefore unsafe for the
ueiny. and If he does not withdraw as
Mtiiikly us he can he may be caught,
not In one trap but In several, with
losses in men and material which will
Increase the ruin of his armies.
That I the military side of things,
but I confess that now 1 am more In
IrreMfi! in the psychology of those
last rtscivcH of the (icrnian armies In
the field who find theniFelves the rear
gnatil of despair, the last eounteis In
the dreadful gamble for world power
which was played by their Kmpeior and
chiefs, nml Inst, the legions wlio-e only
chance of escape I by surrendtr. There
Is no doubt that they ale clinging for
Hie moment to the hope of an armistice
which will end their misery.
It 1 due to the queer things working
In the hralnSi of these men that when a
French colonel entered lloulers he found
some Herman soldiers sitting atound a.
piano in a cellar with Flemish iieasants.
singing, of nil songs, "J.a Marseillaise."
We Serve You Save
This Government poster is
liciiiK sent throughout the
country to nwaken every one
to do their utmost NOW, when
labor is scarce. Therefore, no
matter what your work may
be Do Your Best!
And remember every COM
MUNITY STORE Rrocer is
doing his best to make your
buying easy. You can depend
on the purity and right price
of every purchase.
This Week Is a
Good Time lo
RUSSIA IN PEACE
Harold Williams Reminds
Allies of Debts Due j
Former Ally j
RECALLS GRKAT DEEDS
Says She Musi Not He Abun
tloud in Darkest Hour
ll IIAKOI.I) WII.I.IA.il?
Siirrial Cable lo Evening Public Ledger. nM,!h wl stretch Itself from lwntilc
,.ru,lnhl. f.M. l.v.Ve,c I'nrfe rime, Co, ,V',!,.Arlf,a SM". , ,. , ,
,, CeilnlilTy there can bo no doubt about
Innibiii, Oct. IB. jit; the, ramshackle rmp're I In the
The Allied armies are marching from , tin ncs of a new birth, Hand what one or
ttlumph to triumph, tiermany I tot-1 Herman papers during the last few
terlng. Victory I llhln reach, victory ' !nom',!' l've .epdeavored to point out to
ind I'heratlon from n nightmare. There
Is sound of suppifscd clKfrlng In the
nir and Jubilation I mingled with
nmarenient that the cause of our hearts
Is it last so btllllanlly vindicated by
our arm. The Allies aro exchanging
ongiatiilnllon and vying In pral
It others etTnrls
llllf tttf.. .. ul,...t,.,.. In II. n 1.U..1;. '
ground watching with eye full of rail
. una longing, me snuuow or a once
great ally who spent her strength In
the d-rkest hour, who put fotth an vt-
fort beyond all her resources, ami fell ,
stricken befoie victory (lnwned,
Wo dare not forrrt I'.ussla now.
broken as she I and sitnVrlnu ngnny '
such nx no nation has suffered for cen
turies. This victory that we tire now
approaching Is hen as much as) ours.
While we were organizing an army suit
ed lo Continental warfare the gieat
Itusslan aruiySwiiy rngaglng the (let -mans
and Austrian In Poland and
Halcln, nml I'.ussla fought under Impos
Ciiiireiitrntril on ltttssla
The Hermans knw this and concen
trated their etieigy for a fatal blow In
the east, but the Husslau army, be
tiajed by Its ruins and Its munition
exhausted, refused to accept difeat. nnd
slowly throughout Hie summer of 191f
executed a retreat which In Its vvotvlei
ful exliiblllo.i of ournge, tenacity and
nklll pi ov oked the admiration of Mac
The brilliant --Ic tot i - of 1!H0 weie
follo.ved bj the fall or i'r.,nilom In IMT.
and Hertnany committed the blackest
rim" upon her tecotd. Siie poisoned
the soul if the great nation, awakea
li.g with childlike Joy to the practice
of libel Iv She deliberately corrupted
the Htis.si.iu arni.v.
ATier tin first flush of triumph
the tlianic of the Ittest-I.llovsk gradual
ly ate Into the hearts of the Herman peo
ple and i-orrodeil their overstrained fnltli
'ti the Just icu of I heir cause. The wither.
In breath of the hell they have creat
ed in the east is upon them, and now,
when tuln faces them, they tptall with
i M'iii of the sin committed In their
Must Have Miare In Peace
lly I he gloiy of her effort and Hie
depth of her suffetltiR Ittisslu ha her
gnat share In the peace that I very
mar. We cannot forget Itussla .now.
At present Hetmauy I asking for peace
on President Wilson's, terms. What
does that meHii for Itussla? Who -will
fpeiil. for her when she is divided and
dMraeled. when she is the piey of an
itchy and hitter civil war,' when In
Moscow and 1'elrograd hundttds tind
htme'red of the bravest Husslun olllcers
and the ablest anil most Intelligent litis
shin civilians arc being murdered In cold
blond under the black reign of terror?
Invents are lushing, on with blinding
speed, and in Kusla too many sudden
changes aro possible, but us far a we
.ire lomerned one thing I dear vvhbe
iermany Is parleying we must redou
ble our military effort not only In the
w, t. but in Hie east. At present Iho
greatest hope seems In he that by de
tncnlng Turkey we nin.v lie able to get
our ships back into the Hlack Sea and
push from theie It ought also to be a
condition of Hermany's surrender that
.i r ships should enter the Ualtlc. In
any case, we must take up In the east
those military positions that will enable
us to Insure that every detail of Presi
dent Wilson's term shall be exactly en
fotced. LUXEMBURG APPEALS TO U. S.
Wil-on Is Asknil for Protection
Amsterdam, Oil. 16, A cent ding to the
Bremen Weser Zeltung the Luxemburg
Chamber of Deputies has unanimously
adopted an order of the duy begging
President Wilson to protect Luxemburg's
rights The order demanded that thu
(loverntnent should obtain the evacua
tion of the country "and the liberation
nf all nationals of Luxemburg con
demned by the Herman military courts.
The statement says the Hov eminent
associates Itself with the order
lie livsa best who serves
Ills fclluws best.
This war Is our chance.
1101 to tillT more, but
tu Io mure.
Tlie sruiip vvhlrh dnsi
Hie most towarit win
nine the war will m
tli creatrst influence
after the war Is over.
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A USTRIA IN' THROES
OF A GREAT REBIRTH
Great Jugo-Slav States Seen Taking Form From Danlzic
to the Mriati6 Sea,' Declarcsdhc licrlin
xprctnl t.ahlc tn hvening Public Ledger
CoiijriMAf. mill, by ,te 1'orl.' 7linr Cv.
Amaterdnm, Oct. Id.
"There can no more be doubt about
II The outline of Hip new Austria
hi gin lo bo everywhere visible among"
the ruin." So declare the Iterlln
l.okal Anr.elger In dealing with "that
thunderou voice of ureal .SlaMbim.
jiuo Mt'iiii.in iuoiic, icu on ouicmi uw
. larallon. that the Una I Monarchy I true
. to the Herman alliance, and that Aus-ttla-Hungary
would -weather the storm
I aroused by riipprcssed and oppressed
' nationalities!, Is now- admitted to be a
! fact. Old Austria exist no longer.
From all uuartcrs come signs of a gieat
i approaching disruption, of the creation
not of a new Austria
new Slav States, free of the
lenna, kfuuapest, and Heilin
.,.,,, ,...,,,,,, nli ruling
powers wilt do Is not vet clear: but a
scheme Is said tn have 'been worked out
i,., iv,ni s!ii. rrnn Aituii. of
Agrlcultilie, for the formation of a new
Austria on the basis of the r'glil -'
self-determination. How far any such
scheme will meet conditions remains! to
be eeti, but there are many indication'
that the various nationalities will lake
mattei In their own hand".
Offer Come Too l.ate
At Agram a conference nf southern
Slav representatives ha been held nnd
a tintlonnl council of Slovenes. Croats
and Serbs has been foiined. the Ihice
kindred peoples of the fulute kingdom
of .lugo-Slnvla. Thl Is a practical ict
wh'ch follows up the. great speech by 'he
Slovene leader. Dr. Koroschec, In which
he rejected the offer of ntltonomy nt the
hands of the llapshtirgs, and declared:
"Haron von HussareK comes too late.
lull fieedom or dentil! Theie Is no
power on earth now which cin sepatale
the Slovenese from the Croats nnd
Setbs; nor is there any fotce on earth
which can divide the Slovenes from the
Croat and Serbs on the other side of
The Czech Deputy tahradinik ha I old
Hie Austrian Parliament lhat he has
spoken for the last time In that assem
bly, lie added that the Czech had
ionic to an agreement with the ileri
man, but he said It was only In
Prague. Theie will be no Herman alli
ance with the new Slav Slate. An
other prominent Czech deputy, Kloffnc,
declared tji a speech nt Prague the other
"Our Independence Is no more ineiely
an ideal. It lias become a reality."
"No one can now succeed In breaking
down Czech unity." declared Rttibrny on
the same orcasintl.
The aclion of the Polish regency coun
cil has tousnil tremendous enthusiasm
"Hod ptotect itnlied. Independent Po
land!" cried Deputy Herman In the Aus
trian lower house. In which strong tie
inn nils were put forward for the release
of PHsudskl, Hie darling and heto of the
Polish nation, who Is Imprisoned In the
iicrin'in fortress of Magdeburg. '
I. mid Idea nf (treat Pnlnnil
All Slav races have wired their rti
thusiasHc congratulation tothe Warsaw
regency, which the Herman had been
fondly thinking was their humble In
strument, upon its drastic step in prif
claiming the Ideal of a great Poland, be
hind which. II I wiilspetcd, Count
Hurlan and Count Czernln stand
Meanwhile the Salzburg economic con
ference between the representatives of
the Central Kmplrcs has been broken up.
I and the trend of events ha forced all
the Herman partli-s In Austria to unite
and put forward a demand for that lint'
and Independence for themselves wh i
' the Slav races Insist en.
The Polish llegency's action, says the
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Zelttjng, now show themselves to he ene
mies of the first water.
These developments have had a note
worthy effect In f!ernmliy, with 'r.eg.ifd
In the general situation. They undoubt-,
edly have helped to Increase peace de
sires, though the reactionaries rage nnd
Issue frantic nppeals.i One derives the
Impression flom'the Herman press that
the wish for peace at almost any price
is inn easing greatly throjighotlt the
Vorwaerts bids Its readers be of good
cheer, for It will not be Icing before i
this slaughter la ended The KreAtz
zeltnng declares that the war as a (
world-war has been decided against Her-,
many while Rermanla sees tho dawn
of pijare Many papers which, till a few I
days ago. vvero mightily busy blacken
ing the character of President Wilson,
have now gone to the other extreme
und appear Inclined tn blacken his bootH.
Germans May Decide
to Continue the Fight
Ceiitliiuefl frcui Pace line
Herinrn.v The President has served no
tire on Iho Herman Hoverntnenl, of
which Turkey and Hie Dual Monarchy
are en tain lo take note, that tho auto
rratic power of the Hohenzollerns must
be destro.ved or rendeie'd virtually Im
potent as a "condition precedent" to
pence In the President's note may be
lead plainly In Vienna tlin fact lhat the
peace principles laid down by President
Wilson In his address at.e not mere,
wotds. ''it principles that villi be ttans-
latcil Into action.
Acceptance of President Wilson's
torn by Austria-Hungary would mean
tint btealc up of the AuMro-IIungarlan
The expectation here Is that Tiltkey
wilt In the Immediate future seek a
separate peaco from the Allies anil that
the hext to drop away flom the alliance
nt the Central Powers will be Austria
Hungary. It Is the expectation here that
Herman) deserted by her former allies,
will ultimately yield to term iff the
Allies and that tho complete capitula
tion of the nation to the inevitable Is '
now only n matter of time.
CZECKO-SLAVS REVOLT: '
ARMY MOVES ON REBELS
lly the Associated Prcit
Purls. Oct 10.
Meetings called by the Czecbo-Slovok
council al Prague to protest rgalnst the
export of foodstuffs from Hohemln re
sulted In a general sttlke which I"
developing Into a levolt, according to
dispatches from .Zurich lo today's Pali.
Martial livv has been proclaimed
throughout the country and Herman uud
Hungarian troops are occupying Prague,
lilsen, Plsek und Tabor. .
Tl dispatches repoit that the lnove-l
ment has spread to Moravia and that'
theie has been lighting at Drunn, the
urn inwfr nnw than thy
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brohen ov added to if dcircd.
capital I biniutx nnd ICkoda, the latter Is
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w.here ,wor Ja alij to hav'c been sits-
Machine guns. It Is nthlcd, have bectli
posted In the principal streets of Prague
and artillery has been put Into polllon
likewise. The population, It Is declared,
Is In novviso Intlmdated, however, and
there Is reason lo believe the people'
havo arms. It In even rcpor.tcd th,at
fighting now lading oil In Ptag'ilc. ,
Wy the Assoeiited 'rrt
Stockholm, Oct. 18, Insurrection IsJ
spiralling in the rkra ne and recently
extended throughout the (lovernment of.
j'oiioim. according lo dispatches 'receive!'
pytlie PoUtlkcn. At several plates, it'lfc
reported; the Herman troops are siding
With the rebels.
Several thousand troops are declared
to have 'hoisted the red Hag near Kkater
Inoslay and to have killed their olllcers.
The.y now are marching on Kharkov to
JolnMhe. revolutionary soldiers who hold
A peasant force of 5000 men well
nrmed with innchlnn gun and cannon
I: moving on Poltava,
liVRIAN SAYS FURTHER
BLOODSHED IS USELESS
lly the Associated Press
. Ill, Hwltrrrliinil, Oct'. 16. The Cen
tral Powers found themselves no longer
able lo hope for a military decision in
tjielrjjfavcir, and Htitgatia's demand fof
peaco only hastened the presentation pt
their pence propositions. Hnron Hurlan.
the Austin-lluiigniinn Foreign Minister
declared In n tecent' slateme'tit to the
lorelgn Affairs Committee of the Hun
garian delegation at Vienna.
"Although' the Central Powers 'linve
bren able to face the new military situa
tion." the Fr.relgn Minister said, . "It
must he stated that we cannot1 hope any
longer for a decisive success by arms,
whlleour adversaries nre not sure,, of
their pdvver 'to eruh our . resistance.
Hence further bloodshed Is useless."
Ilaron Hurlan said that a sentiment of
pure, humanity always penudcd Presi
dent Wilson's Idea of the solution of
world problems, even when ho joined
our adversaries nhd laid down certain
principle directed agnlnt u. Wh 'dec
larations, therefore, never remained
without "Influence amongst ps nnd were
llever rolected by tia in principle."
Thd Foreign .Minister expressed Hie
view that thu crentlon of a league of
nations coiislltiited u prellmlnaiv con
clllloti for the establishment or a pence
n'.'.'ninrtlal Itistlc". uch ns President
'Wilson and we desire .
"Such u league.' he added, 'would
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"''Vs RJ"1I f nttr upon the negotiations,
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Herman ally and with Turkey, which
continues to keep Iter engagement to
ward the alliance, n 'withstanding the
dllllcult situation In which she is placed I
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. i ."I' wish lo iKilnl out an a, self-evident
fatt; resulting from this close union of
the allies that'tve shall always regulate
6ur altitude In Iho approaching negotia
tions' In constant reciprocal agreement
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differences of opinion which we must try
to dissipate by carefully weighing Iho
opposing point, of view and Vigorously
defending the conditions of our constitu
"The allies will have to support each
other In these discussions. They will
have to find Itnthe settlement of litigious
questions that line of ngreement which
will protect their Interests from Injury."
IZZET PASHA IS NEW
" PREMIER OF TURKEY
lly the' Associated Press
Copenhagen. Oct. 16. I'pon the resig
nation of the Turkish ministry of Talaat
Pasha, the premiership was assumed by
Izzet Pasha, ai former minister of war.
Instead of by Tewflk Pasha, former
Turkish Ambassador to Hreat Itrttaln.
aa hns been previously reported, ac
cording to a Constantinople dispatch re
ceived here under date of Monday, Oct.
U7et Pasha, It Is stilted, also took the
portfolio of minister "f war. i
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