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I TWO GERMAN SUB BOATS SUNK!
BRITISH VESSELS TORPEDOED
Madrid. British cruisers sank two
German submarines off Gibraltar.
London. British steamers Califor
nian and Moorina sunkJ)y German
London. British torpedo boat
Louis stranded, on Eastern Mediter
ranean coast, total wreck. Crew
London. British steamship Clan
Macallister sunk by German subma
rine. Sofia, via Amsterdam and London.
5,000 Serbians captured by Bulga
rians in and around Nish.
Paris. Repulse of German assault
on Givenchy in Artois region re
ported. Berlin, via London. "We have re
pulsed Russians everywhere," war
office announced. Muskovite forces
had been directing fierce attacks at
both northern and southern extremi
ties of Teutonic eastern line.
Berlin, via London. Fresh forces
of Austro-German and Bulgarian
troops effected a junction at Vlashka,
in Serbian region along Orient rail
road. Athens. French recaptured the
Southern Serbian town of Veles from
Athens. Bulgaria and Greece
reached agreement Tuesday which
will keep Greece out of war, accord
ing to Athens press today.
" Bulgaria, these accounts say, will
demobilize at end of its Serbian cam
paign and promise not to cross Doi-ran-Gyevgyeli
line nor to enter Mo
nastir. Should military operations against
Monastir become absolutely neces
sary, it is arranged that Germany
shall conduct them without Bulgar
TREAT FOR CRIPPLES
Sixty crippled children from the
County hospital, the Home for Crip
pled Children and the Convalescent i
Home for Women and Children were
taken to the flower show at the Coli
seum today by the Sunbeam league.
The youngsters wefat in autos.
FRENCH PREMIER FROWNS ON
By William Philip Simms
Paris, Nov. 10. "All this talk of
peace is misplaced."
This statment was made by French
Premier Aristide Briand today. He
addresed a group of American corre
spondents to whom he had granted
the first audience of the kind ever ac
corded by a French cabinet official.
It was a gathering very similar to
President Wilson's Tuesday recep
tion of the correspondents in Wash
ington. The American newspaper
men were allowed to ask whatever
questions they chose and the premier
answered as many as possible.
"You may rest assured," he con
tinued, "that it js not the French who
start these peace rumors. Until our
soldiers fighting and dying out yon
der in the trenches have won decisive
victories we shall not talk peace in
MILLION LOSS IN MUNITION
South Bethlehem, Pa., Nov. 10.
That the loss, caused by fire which
destroyed No. 4 machine shop of the
Bethlehem Steel Co., early this
morning will total a million dollars
and probably more was believed this
The building, in which 2,100 men
were employed, was used for the
manufacture of guns for this govern
ment and England.
The fire was caused by an explo
sion following the short circuiting of
electric wires, a spark from, which ig
nited a pit of oiL
When the fire started 800 guns
were in the building, 150 of which
were ready for shipment Some of
these were for England and her allies
and others for this government.