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THE BISEEE DAILY REVIEW, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1913.
THREE r Wl IS VCT TA ADD I LI IU (Bv Rpvipw Leased Wire) XEW YORK, Oct. 31. Warning that the "critical moment" in the war is yet to come was given here tonight by Sir Henry Babiugton Smith, act ing British high commissioner to the United States, at a banquet which closed the convention of the Ameri can Manufacturers export associa tion, called to discuss after the war nrohlems. "Victory is in our grasp," the com-! ' i i ir..- 5 . ' nussitmer uiu. vwiiidi cuiupc ; 1 crumbling but the word I would like to speak is not a word of- exaltation but of warning." Concerning peace problems. Sir Henry said one of the first steps should be the perfecting or an "eco nomic association" of the twenty-four allied nations which in effect already is in existence and an agreement on economic principles to be applied In the relations of such an association. Frank A. Vanderlip, president of the National City bank, who also spoke, concluded with a "solemn warning of the danger of political con troversy in this time of crisis." "I believ4 the voice of the people should be heard in these days when the questions are of such vast con cern," he said. "I believe, too, that pubjio. , servants whfo have done a great task well should be trusted. A great task has been well done. Two million men are France and have turned the tide of battle. Some mis takes have been made, but so far as they were honest mistakes they can be forgiven." " TURKEY OUT OF WAR; AUSTRIA HUNGARY SUING FOR ARMISTICE (Continued from Pace Ona) British and Belgian troops have made slight gains, while the French on the southern part of the line in France have advanced their line and taken prisoners. Aside from reeipropocal artillery duels and continued aerial raids by the Americans and Germane the American sectors east and west of the Meuse have been comparative ly quiet. In the Serbian theater the Austro Hungarian eastern army has succeed ed in outdistancing the Serbians and reachnig their home territory across the Danube. In Mesopotamia the Turkish army, which for so long held up the British in their attempts to proceed up the Tigris river, which lately has been suffering severe d?- .V surreuuercu iu cuura, CRITICAL hmuil Vk "IT rt r-;r . I BERNE, Oct. 31, (By the Associated Through the defection of Turkey the i press.) Military insurrections occur plight of the Teutonic a lies becomes, both Vjenna and Bud w tf. a critical one. The gateway to the d according to the Berlin new eastern boundaries of Germany and -i - 7 j . Hungary is opened by way of the j Papers. The people and troops accla.m- Dardenelles and the Sosphorous and I ..' , ,. , . doubtless shortly allied fleets will in- The situation is particularly grave vade the Black sea and oeuin opera- ! at Budapest where insurgent troops tin. in tht horotnf,.,-o ntf,;,.,n. 1 ha" machine guns with munitions region. Such warships as the Ger mans have afloat in the Black sea, in cluding the Russian Black '-a fleet, will prove no barrier to the mighty floating fortresses the entente can impose against them. Shattered little Rumania, by the collapse of Turkey, again is likely soon to be inside the entente fold and ! aiding in the operations against the ' "During the course of the day very nations which crushed her. Likewise, i violent engagements took place on the the armistice which lets Turkey out i west slopes of the St. Fergeux plateau, of the war is a menace to the enemy I which turned to our advantage and in Russia and is likely to prove of the ' enabled us to take 120 additional pris preatest value in quickening a return oners. of normal conditions in that country. J "Aviation On October 30 aerial ob- I servers, in reconncitering expeditions VORWAERTS FOR SURRENDER 1 brought back important reports. Sv COPEXHAGEN, Tuesday, Oct. 23 enteen enemy planes were brought (By the Associated Press). Foresee- down or. seen to fall in a damaged ing Austria's desire for an armistice, condition, and one balloon was burned. It's Acid-Stomach That Makes Millions Sick and Suffer Life is dark not worth much to the man or woman with an acid stomach. Acid-stomach kills Hope, Ambi tion, Energy, Courage. It saps the strength of the strongest body im poverishes the blood causes un told suffering makes millions weak, unfit and brings .on prema ture old age. You know what acid-mouth does to teeth and gums how the acid literally eats through the hard en amel, causing the teeth to decay. Just imagine, then, what havoc an acid-stomach must do to the deli caet organization of the stomach. Millions of people are weak and unfit, suffering all the time, in one way or another, from superacidity or acid-stomach. They don't seem dangerously sick. Just ailing. Going through life weak, listless, dragging one foot after another. They're nervous and Irritable; lack power and punch, frequently have severe at tacks of blinding, splitting head aches; subject to fits of melan cholia and mental depression. And nearly always their stomachs are out of order, even though many ex perience no actual stomach pains digestion poor never getting any where near the full strength from their food. ii So, you see, it's just this acid- j Btomacn mat is uunimg bo many i people back sapping up tht ' which was not announced until some hours after the newspaper appeared, t he elirlin Vrrwaerts. the German so cialist organ, a delayed ccpy of which has been received here, publishes a I leading editorial article which, in et- feet, is a declaration that Germany ! must accept any terms offered, re i gardless of how unjust or humiliating tiiey may be. Vorwaerts expresses the fear that from the tenor of President Wilson's fcutteen points and more especially the tone of the English and French press, the conditions imposed upon Germany will touch the heartstrings of every German, whether Rourgeoise or extreme socialist. "There will be a moment of passion ate insurgence and the cry for a last desperate struggle . will put into vi- Nation many hidden strings of hpiiip " savs the Voerwarts. "but of our we - raust say to ourselves that while we indeed have the right ourselves to die, we have not the right to let others die that it is now a matter of avoiding purposeless bloodshed." Vorwaerts points out the utter hopelessness of Germany's position with Austria absent from the field. "It now can be said with a high degree of probability that the duration of the war can be measured by days, declares the paper. Other German newspapers have not yet so completely abandoned all hope but this may be due to the fact that none of them, except Vorwaerts, ap pears to have expected Austria s de sire to capitulate. Theodor Wolff, in the Ferlin Tage- blatt, still thinks that "so long as Germany's power has npt callapsed there are limits to the possibilities of the guarantees that the entente may demand." The Hamburg Fremdenblatt prints a Berlin dispatch which asserts that Germany, with or without allies, will not permit herself "to be handled as Bulgaria was handled DOING MUCH PROPAGANDA WITH THE AMERICAN ARMY NORTHWEST OF VERDUN, Oct. 31. (By the Associated Press) The men in the most advanced positions on both sides of the lines are reading the new developments regarding an arm istice almost as easily as those to whem the daily papers are available. Propaganda officers, both American and German are using aviators to distribute the notes which have pass ed between Berlin and Vienna and Washington, and tonight prepara tions were made to disseminate the news of Turkey's downfall. President Wilson's note to Austria was circulated by the Americans among the Austrian troops within a few hours aVer U was delivered. Prisoners who were brought in a little later had copies in their pos session. The documents had been printed within range of the enemy's guns and carried over by aviators. MILITARY RISINGS NOTED and already hold one railroad termi nal. Apparently the troops are acting in agreement with the Hungarian na tional assambly but the formation of a military committee is reported. FRENCH OFFICIAL PARIS. Oct SI The u-sr nffir-o communication tonight says: strength they should get from their food taking away their vigor and Vitality leaving them weak and inefficient. Get rid of the excess acid. That's the secret of good health and is the only way to obtain good digestion and assimilation. It is the right way to be well and keep strong. Ordinary tonics won't do any last ing good. The best they can do is to spur up your appetite. When the stimulating effects wear off. you are worse oft than ever. A modern remedy makes it pos sible to remove excess acid without the slightest discomfort. It is call ed EA TONIC, in the form of pleas ant tasting tablets. Their action In the stomach is a good deal like a piece of blotting paper taking up a drop of ink they literally absorb the injurious excess acid and carry it away throuph the intestines. Begin using EATONIC right now today and get on the road to bounding, vigorous, vibrant health. Thousands upon thousands of peo ple who have used EATONIC are enthusiastic in its praise. They say they never dreamed that anything could bring them such quick relief. EATONIC is fully guaranteed. Your druggist will give you a big box for only 50 cents with the dis tinct understanding that if you are not pleased in every way, you get your 50 cents back. You know your druggist and you can safely trust him to make this guarantee good. "TSelgium communication: The army groups in Flanders made slight pro gress along the Belgian front to, lay, taking prisoners." AVERICAN FLIERS RAID WITH T1IK AMKR1CAN FORCB:3 NORTHWEST OF VERDUN. Oct. 31. 7 p. m. American aviators this morn ing dropped bombs on Tailly and Bar ricourt where German troops were re ported to be concentrating. A number of fires and much destruction of mili tary property were reported. German bomLers were busy before daylight and they dropped about 100 bombs in the region of the Bois De Dannevoux, south of Vilosnes on the Meu.se. There was very little infantry action during the day. BRITISH OFFICIAL LONDON, Oct. 31. In the region east o Courtrai the British delivered an attack today against the Germans, gained all their objectives and took a thousand German prisoners, accord ing to Field Marshal Haig's communi cation issued tonight. The communication follows: "The British second army attacked this morning southwest of Auden rarde, capturing all its objectives and 1000 prisoners." BRITISH GAIN TERRITORY WITH THE BRITISH ARMY IN FRANCE AXD BELGIUM, Oct. 31, 3 p. m., (By the Associated Press.) Another big slice of important terri tory was torn from the enemy today along a wide front in Belgium between Deynze on the north and Avelghera on the south by an allied force com posed of Belgian, British, French and American troops. The American units were fighting with the French north of the British. The attack was launched at 5:30 o'clock this morning and by noon the British had jammed their way forward to a depth of some, four thousand yards. On their lpft their allies were bat tling for the high ground between Lys and Escaut rivers. The reports indi cated that here also things were go ing well for the assaulting troops. Numerous towns and hamlets have been released by this drive, among them Bergwjk, Tierghein, Anseghem and Winterken. PERSHING'S COMMUNIQUE WASHIXGTOX, Oct. 31. Bombing units attached to the American first and second armies dropped six tons of explosives yesterday on Barricourt, Bayonville and Longuyon, General Pershing reports in his communique for this morning. North of Grand Pre troops of the first army occupied Bellejoyeuse farm. The statement follows: Headquarters American Expedition ary Forces, Oct. 31: "On the Verdun front there was heavy artillery and machine gun fire during the night on both sides of the Meuse. Xorth of Grand Pre our troops advanced their lines and occupied the Bellejoyeuse farm. "Yesterday our bombing 'units at tached to the first and second armies carried out a r.umber of successful raids, dropping six tons of explosives on Ban icjurt, Layoneville and Lor.gu yon." NEW FRENCH ATTACK LONDON, Oct. 31, via Montreal French troops today Kegan another big attack against the Germans in Bel gium. CALL FOR ABDICATION LONDON, Nov. 1. Independent so cialists throughout Germany are about to start an agitation for the immediate abdication of Emperor William, the dismissal of Field Marshal Von Hin denburg and the withdrawal of com mands from the crown princes of Prussia and Bavaria, according to an Amsterdam dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph company, quoting the Yolks Zeitung of Leipsic. GERMAN NIGHT OFFICIAL BERLIN, Oct. 31, via London. The night statement from general head quarters says: "Hostile attacks from the Dutch frontier as far as the Scheldt broke down before our Lys front. Between Deynze and the Scheldt the enemy, who at isolated points had penetrated our lines, was quickly stopped. "On the Aisne heights northwest of Chateau Porcien violent French attacks were repulsed." BELGIAN OFFICIAL HAVRE, Oct. 31. The Belgian war office communication issued this even ing reads: "We are established on the west bank of the canal De Deriivatiou De La Lys. We have taken Daalmen." I BRITISH AIR OFFICIAL j LONDON, Oct. 31. Sixty-four en i eniy machines were destroyed and 15 others driven down out of control on j the western front Wednesday, says an 'official communication issued tonight : dealing with aerial operations. The communication says: ! "There was intense activity yester ; day over the whole of the front. Sixty- four enemy machines w-ere destroyed land 15 driven down, j "Including two machines destroyea 'on the ground, the total of 60 German 1 planes known to have been accounted lor, without considering those driven ! down, establishes a record for one I day. "This was accomplished with pro portionately small loss. Eighteen oi jour machines are missing." I TURKISH ARMISTICE SIGNED ! PARIS, Oct. 31. An armistice be tween the allies and Turkey was j signed today at Mudros on the island , of Lemnos in the Aegean sen, it is i officially, announced. , TERMS OF ARMISTICE fltv k!pw 1 -ji wd Wire) .. .LONDON, Oct. 31. (via Montreal). The terms of the Turkish armistice i which now are in operation, include ; the fr;e passage of the Dardeneiles to the allied fleet. Sir George Cave, the home secretary, announced In the j house of commons today. Other terms, it is learned, comprise J th. occupation of the forts of the Dar- I ."?""..!"a..!rv: " secure the passage of the allied war ships through the Bosphorus to the Black sea. AUSTRIA ASKS FOR TERMS OF HER ENEMIES 'Continued from Pago On) rile, Col Bonatto. Asolone, Mount I'rassaolan, the salient of Solaro, Mount Spinoncia and the plateau of Asiati. "In spite of bad weather conditions our aviators succeeded in bringing down two enemy airplanes and one observation ballooa. "The number of prisoners cap tured amounts now to over 50,(100 a"d of the puns captured over 3o0 counted." were ITALIANS EXTEND LINE ITALIAN ARMY HEADQUARTERS ON THE PIAVE FRONT, Oct. 31. (By the Associated Press.) The Italian army on the right is rapidly extending its lines in the valley of the upper Piave around Belluneo, with the ob ject ol dividing the Austrian army and torcing a retreat of the mountain army along the. roads from Balzano. The most notable fighting was occa sioned by the third army's frontal at tack along the lower Piave on the Au strian fifth army, which is resisting stubbornly to save Itself from capture This army is also being attacked by the tenth army composed of two Bri tish, one Italian and one American division. The left wing of the Austrian army rests upon marshes and thus its posi tion is most precarious and Jute re ports indicate that it is in flight wher ever possible. ' The Italians are advancing rapidly virtually at all points along the front. The outposts are reported to be within 30 miles of Udine. The Austrians are retreating from their fortified moun tain positions, blowing up munitions and fortress and burning supplies as they leave. It is stated that the great fortresses at Col Kezzena were de stroyed in three huge explosions. REVOLUTION IS GROWING AMSTERDAM, Oct. 31. The Berlin Tagenblatt and Vossische Zeitung publishes reports of serious demon strations at Vienna, as well as at Bud apest. An all-provisional soldiers and officers council has been established at Vienna, where the people are pa rading the streets shouting, "Down with the Hapsburgs!" The Lammasch cabinet is expected to resign, according to reports re ceived here and the army is in course of full dissolution. In Budapest demonstrations con tinue in favor of a republic The peo ple are shouting for a republic and the soldiers are replacing their imperial cockades by revolutionary colors. Revolutionary troops, it is added, gov ern the whole city. DISORDER IS PREVALENT LONDON, Oct. 31. Disorders pre vail throughout Austrio-Hungary in audition to immense confusion. Seri ous outbreaks have occurred at Buda pest and agitations are spreading ev erywhere, according to dispatches from neutral papers. The Berlin correspondent of the Co penhagen National Tidende says that on the Hungarian-Croatian frontier thousands of deserters are committing outrages; railway trains are being at tacked and robbed. In Slavonia sev eral castles are afire and towns are burning. Another dispatch says that Austro-IIungarian soldiers are desert ing into Serbia. During demonstrations at Prague American flags were unfurled and diminutive reproductions of the statue of liberty were displayed. President Wilson was repeatedly cheered. PANIC ALONG RHINE AMSTERDAM, Oct. 31. There has been an outbreak and a panic among the population in the Rhine provinces, arising from reports that the authori ties were prepared if necessary, to al low the enemy troops to occupy Coa lenz and Cologne, according to the Berlin Taglisch Rundschau. APPLY FOR ARMISTICE LONDON, Oct. 31. The Austrian commander on the Italian front has applied to General Diaz, the Italian commander in chief, for an armistice, the Exchange Telegraph" company states. The application has been forwarded to the Versailles conference. ASSASSINS ARE RELEASED lUv Review Leased Wire) l.ASEL. Switzerland. Oct. 31. A Vienna dispatch received here says that according to the Austrian news- papers the kingdom of Greater Serbia has beer, proclaimed at 'f' u" nia, ana mat me nBBaaomo w nn." Duke Franz Ferdinand have been re leased by soldiers. TJie assassination of Franz Ferdi nand and his consort at Sarejevo in June, 1914. was one of the indirect causes of the commencement of the world war. A nation's necessity has of boys and girls in their teens into lha vortex: of I business before their time. 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