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THE EVENING TELEGRAPH
PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1918
Published Dully Uxcepl Sunday. Bulwritillon Price I II n Year by Mali.
Copyrlsht. 1018, by Ibo Public Lediter Company.
Knlered ns Sciutid-rtHM Matter nt the roMorrlee nt Philadelphia, Pa.
Under 11,0 Art of Marcli 8, 1870.
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roul MAJORITY
tO REACH 300,000,
BAKERDECLARES
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State Committee Secretary
If Predicts Landslide for
Ff RcimUHcan Ticket
CLAIM GAIN IN CONGRESS
Bonniwcll Declares He Will
win bv 100,000, .Including
III Vote in Philadelphia
Last-Hour Election Claims
of Rival Party Leaders
'State Senator William K. Crow,
Kepubllcan State chairman, pre
dlcts the election of Senator Sproul
nnd tho entire ncmibllcnn ticket by
, 'JOO.OOO majority.
Senator Sprout's election as C.ov
crnor Is predicted by AW Hurry
Baker, secretary of the Hcpubllcan
Cfrntn rtv,mlfnn llV 11. malol'ltV
Vllleli may reach 300,000.
Sheriff Harry C. Rimsley, ltcpub
llcan city chairman, claims the
city for Senator Sproul anil the
Republican ticket by 121-.410 ma
jority. Lieutenant Governor Frank B.
McClaln Increases State Chairman
Crow's estimated Kepubllcan ma
jority at 230,000.
' United States Senator Pcnroso
confidently claims-tho election of
Kepubllcan majority in Congress.
Municipal Judge, Bonnlwcll, the
Democratic nominee, declares ho
will bo elected by a majority of ap
proximately 100,000.
Senator Vara says tho 'lowest
possible majority of tho Republican
ticket In Philadelphia will be,
100,000."
hitr TJ10 majority of Senator William u
UBproul, Rfcpublican nptnlneo for Oov-
.eriior, at iiio'Teiuuiiunt iuwiui i, im.j
Minii nnn (inn firpm-rllni? In AV. Harry
liBtatc committee. I
K&- "It looks like n landblidc for Senator
ESJHproul and tno' entiro nunc;, ".
SM-.v . -. . i 1, '
piBaKcr satu mis aiieriioon, aiu.r iuu
EiftB over Jate estimates submitted by
m Republican .county chalrjuen. i
WlH . . ! . -. . ... ....
ii. c....... Cniin.nu ,1'tiiinn, ii. , i-,,,i' iin.
iavt -'... ....'- ..i i., ..,.- ...,.itn.
A.PUOI1CUU OIUIU Ulliuilliau, 111 . l. ,..-.
8tlm"ato hail predicted Senator
p&JtSproui'H probable majority at 200,000,
fe'ftrvU Lieutenant Governor Krank 1J.
feMcClaln had increased tills estimate
Ifojfo 250,000.
rgf'ABainst the claims ol the, Rcpubll
tlftn lp.iderx MunlclDal JlldKC Roiini-
('.fwcll, the Democratic Gubernatorial
Hjinomlnee, 'predicts his election iy an
feiitlmatcd majority of 100,000 in the I
State, lncludlnB Philadelphia.
y Republican leaders generally uiiucu
'S'n, optimistic predlctoins of victory for
Senator Sproul and ins runnins mutes i
'?JBn tho Republican State ticket.
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JI.ll.. nt irlln,... tllli'' f ntl ll llV HlPl
MUlVlLVlia u. "-."iJ I'X" -" - "-
iWjRepubllcan leaders. TlQ eavo no 11k
mSlires, but included in his estlmutn tho
R-fclecUpn of a Republican majority, in
K'EUonBress.
w.Pil - v.,.n.inini.in ci...irr ir. n
Wlifi for .1 iwinuuijjiiio. ii.i. i.m.i. -.
rJiRansley, chairman of tha Kepubllcan
IfPjclty committee, expetts a majority of
l!-'Smoro than 121.000 for Senator Sproul
lA-and tho Republican ticket, and Senator
SifVaro supplemented tno Kansiey claims
V) y premctniB a iiepuoiiain majority oi
fc'gat; least lOO.OOO in the city.
pf Claim Iulslatlvc (iains
for At Renublican Stsito licadiiuartors It
fcwak declared that tho reports lndlcate
-that tho uemocraiie represeiiianon 111
.tho LeRlsiayirc wouiu 00 cut irom
ten Senators and thirty-seven mem-
S'.kcrs, of tho Houso to eight Senators
and twenty-seven memuers or inu
tuse,
Phe Republicans alf,o expect to gain
'.new member of tho Senate from
, iWmtlilnirtDii county, wliicn was renre-
w 'aented by u Washington party man In
,',tho last leRlslaturo and anotlicr
1 member of tho House from Herks
h. 'County wliero ono district was repro-
aonted by, a socialist.
SJtOniy three Congressional districts
are conceded at tho Semite- head-
k' quarters to tho Democrats. At pres-
ant tne iJeinocruvM iiuve. soven rci).
raaentutlves in the Pennsylvania Cop.
JLgressIonul delegation.
f .10 Mininutn uunut-ucu 10 uiu ueino
rats are me iserKs-i.eiutrii, the Car.
ion.' Pike and Nortliuinpton and tho
Bfwlrty-second, Allegheny County,
Wi ., President Wilson's appeal Is said to
b,v gilded Congressman Steele's light
M tor re-efeetlon In tho Carbon, Pike 11 nd
; Jortimnipton district. The followers
".vt'A. Mitchell Palmer are suld to havi.
i(4-ned In for. Steele.
up to tno tune 1110 i-rcsaient issued
i appeal ror tno eieciion of a Demo,
ittlc Cangress the Reptibllcuns claim.
Ut, lighUng chance In Steele's dis.
ct.
r. pisiiuiwaiii. witniuiu was mat no
elalms of vlctoy were put forth by
VflUj, wwiiwwauu niuic vuilllllUieo or
Cuullliurd on Pace Two, Column Too
Turn to Pane Li
RThere'a a story there that is
tag to interest you for duys to
P
the Man With the
f.i Club Foot
Tlt the odd title of V (ale
Ihe German Secret Service
will grip you in the f rat in-
I-nolo you to the.
.t v.;f.'s
Vferf.$V4f;W
Honor Roll for City
and Its Vicinity Today
tilt. t. ill) IN AI'TMN
MKCTKNANT T, II. W. l'Al.liS. 1107
Nnrupo it, J'rcvtoufiIy rcportfd unof.
hkhokaSt .ioiin i,. nii'.i.m, noon ei-
jowhlll at. tUiiofllclally reported uii
1'rtday lnl.l
I'lUVATi: 1 RAri.S W. l'AIIAN. .11011
U-pth M.
rmvATij John p. imoivN, isai )Vr
i'iuvaVi: iii;.nrv (iitr.i;s', 11:3 s. 12th
I'ltlVATi: HAY II. TAIll.OCK. 3S02 Ml.
ci non nt,
iiir.n or mounds
rniVATii iiii.t.tAM o. liii.t,. niti n,
1 rRtiklln nt, (Proluuily rptortod im
orflolnlly. 1
I'KIVATK PANTAI.KON I1KAMASTA.
Ill") r.nntrrll r. tl'iclouly reported
unnfnclally.)
mien or i)isi:sr,
I'lllVATK THOMAS IIRIIOKS. 1S27
"lllnn nt. (I'rt'M.iusly rrporlnl unot
lli'lnllj.) '"'SiyM'15 'HARI.KS .1. COItKKlAN,
. 1 son iiRernll t.
PltlVATK JIIIIN MIMHPKKI.. 2210 N.
-tllh M.
I'ltlVATi! .1. I,. I'ATTON. I'aniHllan
.....i'!1.. 's n', iu1dl-,'fH mlv.-n.)
I'ltlVATi! MAX M'ltl.lXMtUUU, blj N.
Mnrehiill M.
si:vi:m:i.v woiniikh
CAITAIN .1. PAI'l. I.I.OYlt.'lur,? Ppruco
, .U..nJn"'fl-,,,llv ronorliMl.l
t.ll.l TIINANT IIOIIKKT P. ItKAItlt. Ml 1.1
I'!'""1,1 nvn, (llnulTlrliillv rrportpd.)
LiiiiiTKNAXT v. i.. .m rm:Y, r,o;i w.
,' Hrnnitpr j,i, (Iprnixiilnu'n.
I'llRPORAI. .1. A. ItKANMXI.V. 1H21
....V..V"" ' (I'noniclally rppurlPd.)
PRIATi: ,IO.S;pi ANTONIO. 1 S
i,!'tl. "! ll'rclotwly iPiM.Mid unof-Ih-LiIIv.
I
I'KIVATi: i:ilVARII Ht!TTI,i:it,
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captain is, i:. iii:im.i;k
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41.17 CIipsI-
pi:riii:ant John h. iiaiiiii. 121 North
Pc Vl".l"l"r"' ""'r'"t- (PnulTlil.illy rc-
S,i!fJ.i,5'NT '' IIIIIK. 121 North
Mi'u.'K'ft!!!'!;. "' (I'tmiriplnllv ri-inirtPiM
NI.IHIilANT IVII.I.AKII SKVKRIN. nilt I
'riimntown hvp.
f'ORPIIRA
JOSEPH GOTIIIi:. 21.12 S.
ll.it h l.
'.,,?,I'."!5.U' nKiiiiiiif'K w
ki:i.iiv,
coHpoitAi, (iitiNi:ic Smith
.1821
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i-iiivATi: .xi.i iti:i h,
117 S l'p,-ll .1
VtdRTHI.INi:,
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PRIVATl: OMVIIB K. .I.UHMIN
n.iln ni.
122- S.
PHI VAT I
ItOBKlIT .1. KAMI. 720 K.
WIMnrd si
PltlVATK .MMKN T.
i.i:a(ji;i:, 133
IIPV S ..t.. V'lurt,-. M..L..
''""inaJl Klnv,s 'ISI''1'' llnhiicniiinn
'''yVATI ,los.;.r Mrr.l.lNCHV, iji.tj
PlilVATi: ' IKKHKRIC'lv .MARK, 7S8
'''MiV'AT.15 ",,:"i: " appi.i:. ,nt..
.(HI I Mmikp nvo.
".'"'ATli THOMAS .1. IIURKi:, J .-, 1 1 H.
ii .i ii, minus ,i. liii.Miiiti: "nns
I'l If?. Kt
I'KIVATi: RAV.MONII
Rl'.MPl', .111 15.
iipmrniio nt
1'I5.!,V1T,,.J Jiapripk mkvi:r shark,
..,7...'..:: AlllMBloii lr
MJttiii,h'll.,i1,M' inOI.ITI. -0311
cifivJJl: ,,,lV.Ii.!.,RT- ',,, Poplar nt.
W,.!VTK -l-'-KT .s. t'HASK. S531 N.
1'alctlinrp st.
Sl.TfiHTI.Y tVIII'MIKII
c,!.l!,l1,.0'r:u' :akiks iv. DiiKitrrr.i:.
2. ,0.1 nmiipr k(.
CORPOKAI. .idsKPH ,. liurii... ,.,
"" fl."Tl"j"1' ,(,Ve'luU!!,y rppurlpd uir-
PRIVATi: IVARRKN" J. IIRU.NT. 2.-.2S N.
i-i'ill") (,,--llu,ly rpporlcd unoflU
'""vl'J? T'"J)IAS. ' AKBITV. -.MIS
rrlnllv ) "rovloualy rppoilPd unof.
,'"iu't'K J""N' "' "'ATSNV1''''21' i:u-
,',k;in,s!:ls,:,,l "".. 8 .
MlSSINfi'
C' mTn"'"', "MNK '' '"""'il'I'V
''UVVfK "JOHN THOMAS HRAKI.KV.
4., .11 l,nnp)iiti,r to. '
PIMVATK KDWAItli .1. I-OMSKT. 319 Jf.
PltlVATK flKURUK KAITK'.r.S. :)jn N.
.Marahullst.
NI'URHV POINTS
MKI'TKNANT .IOSKPH V. I'lTIIAR.
" I'-nrton. I'll (Kill, I i Mi-linn
MKliTKNANT I). .1. nOI'CllKKTV. A!
,.;!JV;.L:' ''?.u. "':.' "I,,llv- Wounded.)
PRIVATi: HASKKI.I, P. KKNIIIIi. l.nn
...if.".' 'Cr.;..P- 'Klll-U III MPllnli.)
PI'.IVATIt .IAMKS II. IIPSSOMiKR,
.,.-:"!".',;"r.'..'.'.'.-. "","1 "r iipkp.)
IDil.KIt DIMVMtll .1. IVA1.SH. Cam.
ipn. N. J. (WniiiidPil spi.tHv"
Itriil.KK UAl.TKIt It. IIUNNKR. Nnr-
rlNlown. P. IWoinidPil pvptpIv 1
rOHPOHAI. KMII.I.IO FK!,TlNl.'fcln.
""linn. .V. J. MVillllldPil.)
PltlVATK THOMAS K. (JIIH.K.W, Chen-
pf. I'.i. fWooiulpd. )
P!tl'ATH IIARRV I'. CONNHI.. Pott,.
i'i,. I'.i, (Wmindpi ,)
PltlVATK C'HAHMN W. SINCLAIR
r.HnpnRlpr. l''i. (IViH'iulPd.)
I'KIVATi: IIKNKV W. PAKKV. Camdoii,
.V J. (WoiinilPd.)
November j, 101S
The above list In coiiipUrrI from
(us offlchil vtiMially rrcortln ami
from unoOlclal reports received by
relutlre.H uml friends of the men ,
o rerseas.
INFLUENZA STILL ON WANE
New Cases Only 26 in lf Hours.
Deaths Also Decline
New Influenza cases reported today
for the last forty-eight hours totaled
only twenlv-slx, m against nineteen for
tho twenty-four hours previous.
Tho eases were ilMilctl as follows:
North of Market street, thirteen; soulli
of Market wtieet, nine; West I'hlladel.
phla, three; .Ucrmuiituwu and u.ik
l,une, one, '
Kort'-oii perrons died of Inlhienza
and twunty.ntno of pneumonia during
tho twenty-four hours ended at 1 1
o'clock yesterday morning. .Seventv-
four deaths were recorded from like
causes during the preceding twenty-four,
hours.
Ulreelof of Health Kruseii announced
that tho Hoard of Health at its next
meeting will fnko up tho question of
making influenza a reportable disease In
Philadelphia, Imposing Individual qiinr.
aiitlno ua In cases ofllliitliorla, small
pox and other contagious diseases.
; ONE WVJsioN JAKES 20,000
British Rug Many. Prisoners in
OiuiihIi in Italy
Uy the Associated Press
London, Nov. 4, Muro than 2(1,000
prisoners and several hundred guns
have been taken by the Forty-eighth
IJrltlah Division, operating on the Asl
ago plateau toward the Trentlno, it Is
announced In an ofllelul statement Is
sued by the War Olllce todsiy,
On ll.o Venetian plain the forces that
rffusted u crossing of the Tugllunietito
River Included the 332d American Regi
ment. ALLIES IN CONSTANTINOPLE
' ' T '
Paris Learns Forces Have Landed
on the Princess Islands
Hy the United f'rvss
l'rl, Nov. 4. Allied forces are, re-
ported to havp ai lived In Constantinople
and to ,havo landed 'on, the. Princess
Inlands. nccoiUIPB.tp an AtbeaH;dliatl'
KJATK MAVKI.I( A. KOT7.KR, P07
. .' ".' t'flPlHllv ivimrlPil iiilaalnir
m, ;;. iL". n'',v.,."lJ," ,:'a i,cc" at
i... . ' . JlV1-, lnsl 1'rlil.iv.l
' J!VT.l;nT-,(,'; ASCOPtlll. 110.-, N. Jill,
1.1.14-V-l3?IT,rll,,lv rpnnrlpfl.)
"M-VM,11 ),,,V AMi:. SANDKIIS.
YANKEES PASS
STENAY; SEIZE
5000 CAPTIVES
Sweep on Sedan in Pnrsn-i
ing Enemy Launch i
Drive East of Mcusc i
J2.MILEGAIN 1SMADB;
17 TOWNS, 100 GUNS WON
Auicricans Throw GcriiiuiiB,,rwnw of nMnl,,,,w' u'M,f ,W,M u,u
t tr i '''"l(1 llntl scil fol'00M r wnllt 0Mue Nvi,H
IlllO Confusion Kaisel' S tlio Alistro-llunsarlan empire have
Armies Face Disaster "'" " n.oir arms were ,,,,
ed simultaneously In WitslihiKton
' ' and the Allied capitals.
GHENT REPORTED TAKEN
Haig Sweeps Forward on .'55-
Mile Front Uclow Scheldt.
Reaches Aiincllo
Tho German army on tho western
front faces disaster.
Tho Americans are rapidly pressing
toward Sedan and have passed Stenay
on thu west In pursuit of tho oneiny.
Over D00O prisoners have been cap
tured. General Pershing has extend
ed the drive east of the .Mcusc. He
threatens to cut the German line of
retreat and trap the enemy.
General llaig, aided by tins P'rench,
swept forward today in a new drive
on a thlrty-llve-inilo front from A'a
leuciennes' to Guise, and reached tho
Aliuelle River.
Ghent, an Important ISase in Pel
glum, -is reported to have been cap
tured. ISy the United Press -
London. Nov. t.
Tho Americans exlcndeil their at
tack lo cast of the Mouse this morn
ing, It was Nannounced In an ollleial
American communique. The attack is
progressing favorably.
West of the Mouse, the Americans
have passed Slcnay (a vital point in
tho foe's line) on Iho west, and are
within a mile and a quarter of the
important town of lSeauniont, Ion
miles southeast of Sedan and six miles
northwest of Slcnay.
All towns on the west bank of the
Mouse, below Hallos, seven miles and a
half northeast of lluzancy, have been
occupied.
On Iho loft Hank, where General
I.lggetL's and General Gouratid's arm
lea Join, thu Amerlans are approaching
Vorrlers, live nilles cast of Lo Chesnc.
. - Hy-lhe United -Prcsit -
With Mm Aiiierirnti Arnilps hi I rmler,
y ov. i.
American fnciiiilry anfl llglit artillery
resuified their pursuit of the retreating
O'enuans this morning. Our heavy ar
tillery and airplanes are. bombarding the
roads In Jhe rear of Iho enemy, which
aro 'jammed with 'men, guns and ma
terial. Yankee naval gunners aro bringing
up monster cannon, over newly built
railroads to hammer tho bodies' vital
centers behind the Meuse.
tty the Associated Press
WuhhiiiBt Nov. i, Tlio Firs Amer
ican Auny has raptured dominating
liHghls from the Germans northwest of
Verdun, and brought undPr the lire of Its
heavv guns the Important raih-onds at
Moutmlil.v.M,ongiiyon anil Conflaus. Gen
eral Pershing so reports In his Sunday
evening communique, announcing an ad
vance for Hie First Army of twelve
miles on an eight-mile front In three
days.
Prisoners captured numbered inoro
than riOfin and guns more than 100, .
A dispatch announces that' 4000 wero
captured estcrdny. More than seven
teen towns have been taken.
Ily the Associated Press
Willi llm Ainerleiiii Army on the Se
dan Front, Nov. I, American troops
pushing northward toward Sedan laEt
night had reached Somtnauthe live tulles
north of lluzancy and thirteen miles
south of Sedan.
, The center of the advancing line Is
held hy troops from New York, Mary
laud and West Virginia, To the right
and left of them aro regulars and troopn
from Now York, New Jersey, the Dis
trict nt Columbia, Texas, Oklahoma,
Kansas, Missouri, Colorado and New
Mexico,
Hy the. Associated Press
Willi the American Army Northwest
of Verdun, Nov. -1.
More than four thousand prisoners
wcro captured by the Americans in
.(,ottlli'"pil on Page F.letrn. Column Two
MRS. RUSSELL SAGE DIES
Philanthropist, Dead at 90,
Leaves $100,000,000
Hy llie United Press
New York. Nov, 4, Mrs. Russell Sage,
widow of the famous financier ami re
pufed (o be tho wealthiest woman In
the world, died suddenly at her home,
horn early today,
Denlh Is said to havo been caused by
Infirmities of advanced years. Mrs. Sage
was ninety.
The fortune of Mrs. Sago Is estimated
at from 7G,".00,000 to JlOn.000,000,
principally Invested III vast railroad and
I'.nanuiul enterprises. She rose from the
meager income of a publlo school teacher
lo contiol of millions,
t Widespread Interest centers on the
provisions of tho will of Mrs..riase. Hlio
leaves no children, her nearest ivlutlves
being nephews and nieces, i
Mrs, Sage, who was Margaret Olivia
Sloeuni. was born in Syracuse, N, Y
In 1828. She was u deeendant on her
paternal side from Captain Miles Stun
dish. She became tho second wife, of
llussoll Sago in ISU'J.
Her largest single gift for philan
thropic purposes was $10,000,000 set
asidu as tho Sago Foundation to "Im
prove the social and living conditions In
the .United States,"
Mlf. Russell Sago wus graduated
from the Troy (N. Y.) Feinule Send
pury, founded by Hmuia WIMard, and,
with her husband, lived for.years In that
city, She gave millions to the sup
port of tho seminary. Kussell Sago Col
lege and the Tioy ?resbyterlan Insti
tute, all at Troy,
THE WEATHER VANE
Fair tonight tho poet says;
fat f and cooler TUfiiay'i u.avi
AUSTRIA
BY
SiUxts dcctttt Austria
By ic l.isot'i'nlctJ I'rcsi
WiihIiIiirIoHi Nov.
1.
They ucconiplUsh complete surrender
and open Austrian and llungariaii
territory for American and Allied
operations against Germany.
The terms follow:
."Military Clausrs.
1. The Immediate cessation of hostili
ties by land, sea and air.
2. Total demobilization of the Austlo
Itungarlnii army and Immediate with
drawal of all Aiistro-Ittnigarlnn
forces operating on the front from
tho North "Sea to Switzerland. With
in Austro-lliiiigaiian territory, lim
ited as In clause three below, there
shall only be maintained. as on or
ganlzcd force a (V) reduced to pre
war effectives (effectiveness). Halt
the divisional, corps and army artil
lery and equipment shall bo collected
at points to be Indicated by the
Allies and fulled States of America
for delivery to them, beginning with
all such mateiliil as cxisU In tho ter
ritories to bo evacuated by the Aus-iro-lltmgarlaii
forces.
?, Hvaeiintloii of all territories in
vaded by Austro-llungary since the
beginning of tho war. Withdrawal
within such periods as shall bo do-
ternilned bv tho comiilander-ln-chleC
of tho Allied forces on each front of
tho Atihtro-Ilungailan armies behind
a lino lixed as follows: From Pic
Unibrall lo the north of the Stclviu,
it will follow tho crest of the Khc.
Hun Alps up to tho sources of the
Adlge and tho Kisaeli, passing llienco
by Mounts nesheu and P.rcuner and
Iho heights of Oetz and '.caller. The
lino thence turns south, crossing
Mount Toblnch.und meeting Iho pres
ent frontier C.irnlc Alps.
It follows this 'frontier up lo Mount
Turvls and after Mount Tarvls tho
water shed of tho Julian Alps by"
tho Col of l'redll, Mount Mangart,
tho Trlcorno (Tcrglou) and the water
shed of
the Colo dl l'odberdo. Pod-
lanhicam and Idrln. From this point
tho lino turns southeast towards the
Schnceberp, excludes tho whole basin
of tho Save and Us tributaries.
FroniSchnccbcrg It goes down to
wards 'tho coast in such a way as
to Include- Castua, Mattuglia and
Volosca In the evacuated tcrrltotles.
It will also follow tho administrative
limits of tho present province of D.U.
matja, including tho North Msarica
mirf Trlvania and, to the south, terri
tory limited by u lino from the (Scml
gruud) of Capo Planca to the sum-
". DOWNS HIS 24TH PLANE
Kk'kcnluu'kcr Destroys Fokkcr
and Sets Balloon A lire
Ily the United Press
Willi tlio Anirrlpim Air Purre North
of Verdun. Nov. I. Along the. Mouse
tlio bochu Is gathering one of the great
est concentration of airplanes lie has
ever made. Three, n.w lighting clrc'isos
wero Identified- during yesterdays bltlei
air lighting, in which twelve enemy
planes and one American nmclilno wero
brought down. , , ,
Captain lllckenbaeker scored lis
twenty-third and twenty-fourth vlclo
rles, shooting down a l;okli(r and set
ting lire to u balloon. 'IJio pltut of the
Fokkcr was loontillnl as a member ot
Unrein niclilofeu's old chins.
JJeiitenant Cook, of Indiana, brpuglil
down anotlier boelie. and IJeuUimnl
llealy got two, while Lieutenant Ilolib't
debtroyed a balloon. ., , ,
During a blngln lllgl I -'"0 A led planes
dropped tons of bombs on li.imvlllera,
shot up roads and tr nclies and cleared
tho air of boelio planes.
VERSAILLES VERDICT GUARDED
WHl Not Ue Made Public Until
Coiiiinuuit'uted to U. S.
Hy the United Press
i.mnl Nov. (.-Chancellor Uonar
Imw aiinnuuced In tint House of loin
inous today that there will be no. early
slateiuont on the result of the eisailles
conference, as II must Im tlrst coin
niunlcaled lo tlio 1'iillcd .Slides.
POLESDJUTMNIANS CLASH
Gcriniiii and Austrian Troops Aid
jn Capture of Leinlier-.', Galicia
Hy the Associated Press
Amxlrrduin, Nov, 4,-Wrsuw news-
nancrs sav that hostilities. have broken
out between I'olUli and itutlienan
I'krsinian iroojis.
J no Ulliei, puei.ui i.-u
hy O-ermun und
Aoutt-hin rei;lmentu.
i-'ptured Tembere. In liallela, on Novetn-
I'rzemysl Is In the hands of the Itu.
lhAnaAustrlan army, commanded by
Ueneral Haus, In whose ranks is Arch
duke William. I" reported to be advano
fag on ItawaiU8ka and Zaniost,
CHURCH CLOSINGNOT UPHELD
Methodist Preachers Refuse to
'Commend Health Board Action
Metliudlst preachers, at their wkly
mfctlng today in WeBiey Hal .Seven,
teenth and Arch streets, refused lo'corn.
me id the Hoard of Health for e oulne
Lhurfehes during tlio Influenza epidemic.
Tho I lav, Dr. J. D. C. Hanna, Intro
duped u resolution asking that tho body
??!! ".,rf,.orK"' "."".?. r i.v" iiV.
:. jSr' .ul '' ..i'T.V. ,Th'
fl. AvJ?-J't.v' 'J-
IS RENDERED POWERLESS
DRASTIC ARMISTICE TERMS;
ARMED FORCES YIELD TO
mlts of the watersheds eastwards, so
as to Include In the evacuated area
all tho valleys and water course How
Ing towards Schooled, such as tho
Cloola, Korku, Htislsnlca nnd tholr
trihtuarles.
tt will also Include all tho Islands
In the north and west of lMlmntla,
from l'remudn, Solve, Ulbo. Schcrda,
Maim, I'agii and I'untadura In the
north, up lo Moleda, In tho south,
embracing S.intandrcu, ISusI, l.lza,
l.eslna, Tercola, Curbola, Cnzza and j
Lagosta. as well ns the neighboring I
rocks and Islets .and passages, only
excepting the Islands of Great and
Small Xlronu, l'.ua, Soldi and 'linizzu. t
All territory thus evacuated (shall bo,
occupied by tho forces?) of the Allies
and of the United States of America.
Alt military and railway equipment of
all kinds, Including coal, belonging lo
or within these territories, (to be?)
left In situ and surrendered to the
Allies, according to special orders
given by tho ciiniinandcr-lu-chlef of
tho forces of the associated Powers
on tin different fronts. No new de
struction, pillage or requisition to be
done by enemy troops In tin. terri
tories .to bo evacuated by them ,-ia
occupied by the forces of the asso
ciated Powers.
I Tin Allies shall have the right of
free movement over all road and rail
and waterways in Aiihlio-Ilungarlan
territory and of tho uso of tho nec
essary Austrian and Hungarian
means of transportation. The nini
ics of tin associate Powers shall oc
cupy such strategic points in Austria-Hungary
nt times as they may
dPoin necessary to enable them to
conduct military operations or to
maintain order
T,.y j,,,.,., h.lvo t,K, rghl ()f m,usl.
Hon, on payment, for. the troops of
tho associated powers (wherever?)
they may be.
5 Complete evacuation of all German
troops within llftron days, not 'oplH
from the itiillan and linlkuu fronts,
but from all AiiKtro-Huiigarlan tor-,
l llory.
Internment
of all German troops.
which had not left Austi'M-iliingary
within the date.
fi. Tho administration of the cvacu-
aled territories of Austria-Hungary
will be entrusted to the local authori
ties under the -control of tho Allied
and' associated unnl? .if occupation.
7. Tho immediate icpartriatlon, with
out' reciprocity, of 'ill Allied prison
ers of war and iulciuil subjects uml
of civil populations evacuated fioni
their homes on uiillllous to be laid
down by the commander-in-chief of
tlio forces of the Associated Powers
mi. tho various fronts, Sick and
wounded who cannot bo removed
from evacuated territory will bo
carcil for by Austria. Hungary per
sonnel, who will be left on the spot
with tho medical material required.
WOMEN TO ANSWERBAIRD MEN
Siillragisis Will Attack Statement
jn Lust-Minute Rallies
OlllcialH of Iho National Woman's
party In Camden County, N. J this
unci noon announced that their reply to
charges by managers of the David Hahd
senatorial campaign would bu made at
last-minutes rallies tonight.
"F. F. Patterson, .lr,." nalil Mrs. Itob
oil II, Irving, ono of Camden's workers
against Senator H.ilrd, "dues nnt'speuk
tiutliflllly when lie asserts we havo
spiled on the stump that Mr. Hall it by
tils vote against Ibo .Susan Anthony
amendment, killed the cause bf sut
f ra go.
"At niir rallies wo havo charged that
he voted against Iho amendment, nml
as tlio suri'rage ameuihnenl was killed
by two votes, that he must bear GO pel
cent of the responsibility, Tim charge
made' by Mr, Patterson Unit profeHs.oivil
speakers havo been brought lo New Jer
sey to opposH Mr, llalnl Is correct. Wo
plead guilty lo tho charge, and also
ussert that more speak era would havo
Ueen brought hero had It been neces
sary." Miss itulh Small, of lloslon, one of the
outside speakers leferred to, defended
her position by asserting that' Miffrngn
Is a national uncut ion. nnd that she has
a right to Invade any Slate to protect
Uiu luterists of her sex. 1
KAISER ACTUALLY ON KNEES
Spcnda Many Dark Days in
rraycr, hays Captured Ulliccr
Kronen lleudiiiiiirlcrn In I'm nee, Nov.
J i.litifu ..r Eti.iiln iteHliiilMto firo ii.'ikn-
.- j...., ... ........ ,....- ... ,
lirtUU Ul Uliillinil IVIYU
Eslhouia Demands Liberation of
Prisoners and End of Terror
Loudon. Nov. !.-
The pro visional gov-
eminent of Ksthonlu. former
Kussiun
province, has demanded evacuation of
Hernial! troops, liberation of political
prisoners and "an end of military ter
ror," It was learned here today.
s BRITISH BOMB METZ REGION
Railways and Airplane Hangars
Turgcts of Successful Atlack
London, Nov, I. Hallways and air
plan hangars In the region east of Metz
wero attacked by tho liritlsh Independ
ent air force, according to an ollleial
statement Issued this afternoon. Tha
statement fuys:
"Today We carried out heavy attacks
on the railways .In and. -around Saar-
xY juw ,tllMmrmi tumi-mf uiun wun
ed by the Kaiser almost entirely in I nation, disrupted tno .AUtro. imngari.ru
prayir and Hlblo reading," declares n nrmles, gae their opinions both pub
(irrmuii stalf olllcer recently captured, ii,... .,nri nrlvu'telv, '
Tlin prisoner says tlio reipust tor an . 'i,lt ,,nv Imvo nrrunirefl for a
arinlstloo was the result of llie Inllu- ,' ",l1? ' , 7 in.io,J,Hpm.,,!n.rH
enee which the pessimists have gained celebration in Independence hiu.ire,
In ll.o Covernment and over tlin Kaiser. ! where Italian speakers, will endeavor tp
- 'make their voices heard over the cheers
"TIDCn lV rCDMAM V(VE of the thousands who will congiTgate
EXTRA
TERMS OF AUSTRIAN ARMISTICE
(Coutinttcd from Column 0)
NAVAL CONDITIONS
1 Immediate cessation of all hostilities nt sea and definite
information to be given as to the location and movements of
nil Austro-.Hungarlan ships.
Notification to be made to neutrals that freedom of navi
gation in all territorial waters is given to the naval and mcr
enntile marine ofthc Allied and Associated Powers, nlll quel
lions of neutrality being waived.
2 Surrender to Allies and the United States of fifteen
Aubtro-Hungnrian submarines completed between the years 1010
1018 and of all German submarines which" are in or any here
after enter Austro -Hungarian territorial waters. All other
Austro-Hungarian submarines to Tie paid off and completely
disarmed and to remain under the supervision of the Allies and
United States.
Surrender to Allies and United" States with their complete
firmament and equipment of three battleships, three light cruis
ers, nine destroyers, twelve torpedo boats, one mine lsycr, six
Danube monitors to be designated by the Allies nnd United
States of America. All other surface warships, including river
craft, nrc" to be concentrated in Austro-Hungariar- naval bws
tc bo designated by the Allies and United States of America
aud arc to bo paid off and 'completely disarmed and placed
uudcr the supervision of Allies nnd United States of America.
4 Freedom of navigation to all warships nnd merchut
Ebips of Allied and Associated Powers, tc be given in the Adri
atic nnd up the River Danube and its tributaries in the terii.
torial waters and territory of Austria-Hungary. The Allies and
Associated Powers shall have the right to sweep up all mine
fields and obstructions and positions of these are to be indicated.
Iu order to insure the freedom of navigation on the Danube, the
.allies and the United States of America shall be empowered to
occupy or to dismantle all fortifications or defense works.
'5 The existing blockade conditions set up by tae Allied
nnd Associated Powers are to remain unchanged and all Austria- .
Hungarian' merchant ships found at sea, are to rcnifiU, liable
to capture, save exceptions which may be inauo by ,i camnuabiou
nominated by the Allies and the United States of America. ,
VICTORY THRILLS
ALL LITTLE ITALY
Comiiicring of Austria-!
Hnngary Makes Holiday I
in Philadelphia
CELEBRATrON TONIGHT ,
Kalian resldenls ot tho city today eel- j Hy the. United Press
ebrnted tlin victory over the Austro-, l'nri, Nov. -1,
Hungarian foires In a way that Is new The lohstng group- will confer to
lo Philadelphia, but demonstrative of day and li.monw for the purpose or ar
the trim spllit r the land from which riving at a decision 011 the Ilohenzolleni
,, ......,c dynasty, says 11 Curli:h tllspateh to 1,'ln-
Upon the receipt of the news that tun
war on the Italian front hud ended will!
victory for those they left behind iu
their natlio kind and tho ifrmy of voluii
leers they seal back, the entiro Itallan
borii population of Ihn oily launelied n
joyous demonstration that' will continue
until their xolees can no longer ring In
song aud cheers aud until their arms
grow ton weary 10 support tho Hags of
llie Allied natliilis- they carry. '.
This was made an Italian holiday In
Philadelphia. 1" South Philadelphia and
throughout the central section of the
city, Informal parades and demonstra
tions were held.
All IIiiiiiIh 1'lny
Kvcry Italian band In tho city was
In service. Many banks throughout
"Utile Italy" closed their doors for a
hnllduy, Factory workers left their
places of employment to celebrate,
Leaders of tlio Italian-born, hi ox
piesslng both happiness over the news
anil praise for tho soldiers of their
iatio laud who, wiiu mo am oi ius
.- .... .... .
i there,
As early as 3 o'clock tills inurnln
crouns began lo gather on slreot corners
In l.lttle Italy, Within half an .hour a
narude. participated In by about 200
men und women, started on inarch
Hirough that section of the city. Moon
there was a baud at the bend of them
Italian and American flags began to
appear. Hy o clock: tne selebrators had
i-rown to countless numbers. They
cheered and sang. Few reported ut
their nlaccs of employment for work.
And many of those who did left soon
uflerwHrds.
The headquarters of th,o Sons of Italy
of America, ai sevenin aim lairisuan
streets, presented a scc.no of excitement.
Hy lo o'clock III tha morning definite
plans had been nutdo for the demon
stratlon, to be held this evening.
Among tne speasers at tno inucpenu.
enco tSquare meeting will be Chevalier
Posaardl. Italian .consul Iu this city;
.rini..M. llntlAH Ulul. .,aI udinlnlclM.
Italian i-onuui in uus cuy;
Pptter. State fue admlnlttra-
T, lll( f,.v.
TEUTON FACTIONS
CLASH ON TRUCE
Militarists Want Terms Rc-'
jected, but" Civil Party
Stands for Acceptance
CONKER IN REICHSTAG j
formation, quoting tho Badlsohe Pi esse.
Tho Herman press believes that the
Kaiser and military lieudmiartera pro.
pose lo lefuso tlio terms of tin minis.
lice, while tho civil government is In
clined In accept them, Tho tension ho-
tweon tlin two fnetlons ls said to ho
critical,
rile lieriiner liigeniuti ueeuires lluili
only abdication of the Kaiser will re.
Jlevo llio slluatlon.
Ily the Associated Tress
Copenhagen.
The Vnrvvaerls says;
"The nmnlfeMto will not In i,n- ,'i,.
ctiango the stsndpolni of tbe roe'iallsts,
nor weiiKen tno oemanii lor abijlcnllou,-
On tlin occasion of Ibo cnnslliiiilnm, i
amendment coining Inlo fore .. V v- '
umcnuineiH cuining inio inrce, says an
oftlelal telegram from Herlln. ICmpernr
William addressed lo prince Maximilian '
eriiian imperial Cbancel.
co-operalo In ilieir full
PI... l, . ., .i... I
doveloimriit. The Kiuperor'g docreo
reads i '
"Your Grand Uueal Highness:
"I return herewith for Immediate pub.
t'untlniird on I'ui-e Llrvrn. Column Tlirr
FOE LOSS 2.500,000 THIS YEAR
Geriiiuny Has Only' I'ifty Kescrvc
Division) Left
Hy the Associated Press
London, Nov. 4. Military authorities,
who three weeks ago were skeptle.il over
the return of peace because of the mili
tary situation, ure convinced that the
(lernian army Is In u serious condition
owing to its Inability to shorten Its Hue
and produce fresh reserves.
It Is pointed out that Herman
casualties this year amount lo 2,S0Q,OQ0,
of which 1,000,000 aro permanent
casualties. I.as March Oermnny bad
eighty fresh reserve divisions, whle.li
meant divisions which had not been In
repen'o conalsta of. fifty 'divisions, only
line ior a moniu. iiy tbe Herman
hcvcii of which havo had as much as u
Vr.-lMlvhOa Vtfal . . . ' . .
hovcii or wnicn liuvo
jt(.rtnight's rwtuM
' """'" -" in M.. duniliilonH. They may muk uSgs;
sts-ntsiiH,,;;:':.!!,, ' any .uroug., Auatri.
iroelamatlon, Issued Sundiiy, ueoordlug llungury. using as their main line ,'-)f
n an Kxchniigo telegrnnh dlsnalcb fioin ! nmirnirrli the Uaniibe. bul iislnir iiliia'-'iSe,
m
m
ALLIES
U. S. and War Associ-niS
ales Now Masters of
Empire's Fate
GREAT NAVAL
m
' BASE GIVEN UP 1
If fll I.'l1t.. . 1111 T?.Wk..r. A.m!1 5fl-S3
I t I IT . ,- ., M
auie iot use in runner --jg
Menace lo Germany
KAISKK'S POSITION
n w iMin;;mi? tm
All Munitions of Dual Mon-.t
uruiiy jwiiiiuuic ior use
Against Him
Stvcairittg Terms Force
Surrender to Allies
Hy the United Press
'Washington Austrian siy-rcnder
terms Include:
Cessation of hostilities.
Demobilization, of her army.
Delivery to Allies of half or tho
oneiny nrtlllery and equipment.
Use by Allies ot road, rail and
waterways In Austria-Hungary.
Immediate, return of all Allied'
prisoners. ,
Surrender of stipulated numbers
of submarines and other war ves
sels. Allied occupation of Danube
forts and Foln naval base.
Coneentralion of aircraft at des
ignated points. ;
Allied supervision ot the balance,
of lien licet.
i i,.,..,t.... ..r A.t..i..i- , .-. ..'J-
vi'v.,,,,,s xji .vuimuu iiiiu lrunuirB
lo Allies.
&
Ily CLINTON W. GILBERT "MM
Ntull VorrcntmiKl-iH KvrnlHo lubl!c t.rdatr, lB
' VavurtuM, 1'JIH. bu Public Lttlaer Co. &
Washington, Nov. 4., MM
Tlin tormc nf b 'irmiclipn 0 --?;. jKil
...... . v..u w.w --..xg
ecptcd hy Austria-Hungary andwSi
1- ....i.i- 1 i.i . 1 ' eS6fe
uiiiuc puouc iicic I'jiiuy uro tonus;",;
of complete surrender. &
Even a militarv victorv accomna-t ,w?i
nicd liy an invasion which reached 2w'
inu .upujuii ..,.i.cii nuuiu iiui. jimcvcji'
the Allies and the United Statcs'.f
more completely masters of the fate 'M
of Austria than do tho condition! 'W$$
nicii nusu in nas uccn lurccu bo rrl
.,nn.r.l n.. i.Ih.. In ..n..nn .....1 ...t.-l.'1 IfXiv".!
.i, uii nuiug lur jiuulu uuu wuivil 4
. . I..,.. !. .1. ... .1 ,, 1. ,1JL i. ,0's
wciii 11110 cueci ,11 ,) o ciocn mis aisr JgS
ci noon tu n. m. j-uiiaueipniu lime.
rtusiria-iiuiiKury annuls ueieai so, sfjjg
I far as to permit the Powers asso- .ifr3
1 ciutcd acninst her to occupy ny(Jjt-j
.strateRic points within her territory; 7
that they see (it, Including the great m
naval buso of Pola; to use her lines'
'of communciation, includiiiK th &ifi'
.... . . . 7 . ! 4-kSjW.
.....t prvnini. t i,,,m. . n i ,n..., r .: f.is
wliicli penetrates Central Europe, as SM
they sec fit for military purposesygJ$
demobilizes her army, surrendering!
1...1I- r :,.. : .. u .,. .-"?&&?$
nun oi us f'ijuijiieui,, uisinuuiies ner .,wft
navy after sitiTendurinR outright 5u
i many ships of all classes to the asso-f1?,
ciatod Powers; withdraws from At4-M
vnilril tnreltoi-v unit ft-nni oorfntt. la. I'sm
- ' - --" Y'l-in ;
rltorv contiL'iious to tlio in ended tim- ,fl
ritorv which is claimed bv Ilalw Anil iw&J
. .: ... . . .' .s?a
iy tno hiavs, anil releases withoatS,
:......:,.. ..n ....i i-
"-I""-'-.' " inisoiieis u. r.
Tho ussocialeil Powers may garrison.
; Austria-Hungary und keeii order with.',
I .." ... . . .... ..... " Ha
llie raiiriians uuu uiner means or com
i munlcatlou iu tlio former Dual Km-.'i
I'lrci They may turn ugalnst UerJ
niauy one-huir of the big guns anaL?g
., ,.., 1 L-S5al
"u"'' "'" '"' uhina. 'ii
, , ... 'i-m
,u!l' '''""t arililes umong tho tretf,
Slavs of Austria-Hungary, arm iUemfi1
wiii, n10 surrendered material Hnd-atrt,-''
(leruiuny falls lo accept the terms ff'i
,...,.... .,,...,.. . ... ... ..-'jVe'Ti?
armlstico nro likely to go to hari? m
tomorrow, it uermany a position waaigs
not linposslblo before, It Is render! i
l...i,..,ull.1n 1... n liiiniilt,ln a A't,,'
Hiijiunaiuir ity iiig (iiubl'liuuu u. .M.pi ,
triu's surrender, .!
Tho Austrian terms Indicate wla
tiermany muy expect to bear t
thu Versailles conference In the MB
few hours. Those who are ta.mMf0l
witli the Ueinian terms so far as tMf
Imye been prepared say tnat tney
extremely drastic. There la no
to suppose that they wlll be any!
severe than those exacted of the;
mer dual empire. Austrla-Hu
liad yielded upon all jiolnta wi
gard tu democratization. n"
freed or agreed to free thoj
Slovaks and the Jugp-Blave,
Hungary is now a republic
inan-Austiia id cither ulrwMy
Is op the way. lo become.
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