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THEWASHH?GTON TIMES; SATURDAY,' NOVEMBER 4? 1916. . i . ' " ' ' ASKFOR art GET HORLICK'S IH1 ORIGINAL MALTED MILK Chaap iubrtltata coat fQV aiaw prt SEACE STILL DtSTANT The Unfortunate Motorist Who Splashed Mud 0n the Terrible Tempered Mr. Bang Postoffice Is Alimony.. DENVER, Col., Nov. 4.-Postmaster- ship of a broach postoffice was tiie ali mony awarded Mrs. Emma 8ulllvan yes terday. Her ex-husband turned the of fice over to her by order of'Judge But lor. t By FONTAINE FOX ' x IHEN IN H HUMMM Roumanians' Left Wing Forced to Yield Slightly, Bucharest Admits. " ALL NATIONS FIRM i President of United Press, After . Long Study Abroad, Sees Years of War Yot. 1 (Continued from First Page,) 'U quite without 'justification. Germany wants prace admittedly rrnnta It badly. The French and Brit ish public hns misunderstood and mis ' ' construed this'. tTho fact la that Germany wants peace lOW.not because she belloves her- etlf defeated, but because she thinks . aho la nearer a military victory than he or any of the belligerents will again come. Germans admit that they arc sur feited with war, but Insist that France Md .Russia are equally bo. They say that at the present rate of Somme ad Trace, In time and casualties, England's , nllles will be bankrupt before "the great push" can reach the Rhine. Oer iraans ridicule the Idea that any offen sive can penetrate the Rhine defenses. , Changes in Capitals. fha last 'eighteen months have work-, 4 great changes In the belligerent Capitals. Far!s changed least during the In- terval Is brighter, gayer, and a shade nearer her normal, even though the" war Is still the all-engrossing Idea. ., Berlin has become almost somber. A rather noisy and exaggerated confidence baa given place to a determination truly grim. The food situation, If not working the havoc with stomachs that the allies would like to believe. Is having Its fleet on nerves. The difficulty la not to much scarcity of food as soaring of prices ana monotony or diet. 'Everywhere tho question Is asked, "When 'la peace coming?" but no whero la there evidence of fear or Voiced dissatisfaction with government r army. When peace la talked of by the average German, it la a peace with full hohor to Germany. It Is a peace crmlltable to the Ger- Cany that baa conquerod Belgium, Po nd, Serbia, and the richest districts of northern France; tho Germany which la overrunning Roumanla, and Which even in a war of attrition is till adding to Its captured territory. The peace openly striven for by Ger aaany la a far different thing (Involv ing as it does a restoration of the ta,tu quo ante aa the limit of conces sions) from the only peace ever men tioned In Paris or London a peace to JM ' dictated to Germany. London Changed Most. But it la London that has undergone the greatest transformation. In the fall of 1914 the Englishman was talk ing glibly of "business aa usual;" in the Win of 1915 he waa rather bored be cause the war would probably drag over into 1916, and waa chafing under the upset of business routine. Today there la no business and no routine In England except the business and routine of making war. Eeaoe aa teple of conversation ia almost ta boo. More men. mora munitions, more money. Release the ellgibles for mili tary service; perfect tho organization behind the battle line, and keep the hands of the politicians off Gen. Sir Douglaa Haigl These are the sole topics or mo moment. The British nation, after two years of muddling, stumbling, and blundering. Is finally In the war clearr up to John Bull's eyebrows. The zest for the war everywhere evi denced in London today Is only corti sirablo with that tidal wave of pa trtotlo fervor which waa Berlin's in the autumn of 1914. Two years of paying the staggering prices of modem land fighting, at a rate which England, be cause of her alow mobilization, has not yet paid, has robbed Germany of this zest as it has France tn a lesser meas ure. It remains to be seen what effect two years of full participation will have on the British. Blight Peace Chances. Involved In the situations developed In England and Germany are two powerful factors which combined seemed to blight all possibilities of an early peace. Neither of theso factors is fully under stood by the people of the opposing na tion. Only a few of the leaders have aenaed them. These factors are, first. England's de termination to flght until the allies can dictate a peace w,hlch will not only eliminate the menace of German mili tarism, but which will also eliminate the menace of German commercialism; and, secondly, Germany's determination and apparent ability to maintain a sue SBful defensive Indefinitely mean while hoping to alienate one or more of the allies or to see one or more of thorn break under the military or financial a train. Won't Consider Peace. Germany will consider no peace now on any terms the allies would even mention, because what the allies want now is not peace, but Germany broken. It will take years of more sovcre pun ishment than has yet been Inflicted by the allies beforo any such peace can be forced upon Germany. On the other hand, Germany's only possible chance of a peaco on terms even opproachlng those with which sho Is now angllg depends upon her ability to hold her enemies at bay until fln&n. ,clal ruin forces a compromise. Neither fsPi i lit BUCHAREST, Nov. 4. Following the Roumanians' successful roslstanco on their northwestern "frontier, the Germans yesterday attacked on tne whole Dobrudja line after several days' lull in Mackenscn's operations. On the right wing, resting on the Danube, the Roumanlana repulsqd all attaoka. The Roumanian left wing first drove back the enemy, but later waa compelled to yield ground alight- iy. Tho renowal ofthe attack In Do brudja, however, la bolleved hero to be only a feint to conceal the shift ing of German troops to the Transyl vanlan front. It is estimated that the Germans must send five fresh divi sions Into Transylvania to nil gaps made in their linea in tholr last of fensive and to add enough strength to enable Falkenhayn to make fur ther progress. The Germans have lost heavily In the recent fighting aroundrVulkan pass and aouth of Red Tower pass. Artillery Alone Active Along Western Front PARIS, Nov. 4. Intermittent cannon ading occurred lost night on tho Somme front and-In the region of Fort Douau mont and Vaux on the northeastern front of Verdun, it was officially an- i nounccd today, but there were no Im portant inrantry activities. ALLIED ATTACKS ON SOMME REPULSED Berlin Reports Bringing Down Nine Hostile Aeroplanes. Copy rlcht. till, by th 'WbMltr ByndlcaU, Inc. HUGHES FIGHT ENDS WITH BIG PARADE Seventy Thousand to March in Greatest Political Spectacle in History. discussion, a dramatic club, dancing, and athletics. Officers of the organization are Law rence Heller, president; Marguerite Kaufman, first vlco president; Morris Kafka, second vlco president; Law rence Koenlgsberger. recording secre tary; Harold Straus, financial secre tary, and Carrie Oppcnhelmer, treas urer. Members of the council are Harry Sandberg. Allen Kaufman, Dora Bchlff mnn. Myron Oppenhclmer, David Blum. David Wiener, Ruth Grosner, V. Irv ing Kaufman, Lotta Karpeles, and Esther Jones. Girls Besiege Shore, Who Is Ready to Wed NEW YORK, Nov. 4. It looks as It Albert F. Shore, tho manufacturer who bet $1,000 that friends could not find him a wife by Christmas, will lose his wager. His telephone wire Is kept busy with calls from girl, who wish to know if he Is tn earnest. "I wish I had not made public my wager." said Mr. Shore. "Now every one thinks I am joking. It will de feat the very object I had in mind." BERLIN (via wireless to Sayvllle), Nov. 4. Rcpulae of enemy attacks on both the Somme and Verdun fronts waro reported by the war office today. "Hostile attacks on the Somme front were Drcccdcd by violent artillery duels but were, however, carried, out In only light fashion northwest of CourbelettH and in tne secui or uuedecourl-Les Doeufs, and were repulsed. Nine hoy tile aeroplanes were shot down In air engagements and by defensive cannon. "On the Verdun front hostllo fire in creased considerably In the afternoon agaltiBt our positions east of tho Meuse. French advances between Douaumont und Vaux failed." "In the Russian war theater. Prince Leopold's front, our successes on the left bank of th Narayuvka were en larged by storming. Parts of the main position southwest of Folv Krasnolesle were maintained acalnst hostile attacks." Aliertated by Campaign. CHICAGO, Nov. 4. Politics haa driven Charles A. Flllplak to proffer his resignation as a citizen of tho United States, because he receives so many political circulars. (Continued on Second Page.) ever square inch of apace in the vast Garden will be filled. First on the program comes the great "wheel of flame," the latest production of that maker of parades, Charles H. Sherrlll. A . , ., The Republicans want to shake New Vork b foundations with their cheers and pole the Great White Way Into In significance with red lights and fire works. Two Cornelius Vanderbilts. The parade will contain fifty divisions, representing various trades and profes sions. And In this line of men carrying torches not the oil lamps of the old time parade, 'but sticks of colored fire many men of wealth and influence wJU march Desiae their clerks. There will be iwo Cornelius Vander bilts, for one thing, father and son. A roster of the parade would Include the names of many men whose names are conspicuous in the banking community and In. the great wholesale and retail districts. , The procession is divided Into nine sec tors with Madison Square as the hub. From these nine different quarters of tho city the fUmlrig lined will converge upon the square and there merge into one great line, moving up Fifth avenuo to the disbanding point at Fifty-seventh street. All tne memners or xne execu tive committee and the two leaders of each business scotlon will wear silk hats and cutaway coats. Mr. Hughes will review the parade at the Union League Club before- he goes to the Garden. With him thero will be former Prealdent William H. Taft, ex-Senator Root, Governor Whit man and other notables. Mr. Hughes will lead the march In an automobile from the start at Worth street up to the Union League Club. 6,000 in College Section. There will be more than 6,000 men in the college section of the big parade. H. S. Manning, Tale '62, will march In the front rank of the Talo division. The Cornelllans will carry a glgantlo trinrtnl nt th Whltn House. Its sides (vioi u. wiwfl i wuitiyiuuuoQ. ieiuier -- -- - -- -- ndltion promises much for an early j marked "Exit Wilson" and "Enter pcayv. ... .. i uuKhes." "mere aro to De many noais r Save Half the Investment in lfour Car i II ill Meanwhile. South America, which . manufactures little, is wondering whother the United States is going to readjust to meet conditions as they are and as they are likely to remain for some time. In the parade emblematic of Its keynote, "The Spirit of '76." Tho bankers and rea brokers' division will bo the' THE WEATHER REPORT. , Forecast for District of Columbia and (Virginia Threatening and Warmer; to morrow, fair and warmer. For Maryland Threatening with prob able rain; somewhat warmer; tomorow fair; moderate, variable wlnda. I a. m... t a. m... 10 a. m... 11 a. m.. U noon., 1 p. m.. TEMPERATURES. (U, S. Bureau.) 39 42 , 46 47 SI 56 TIDE TABLE.. 417. 6. Coast and Geodetic Survey.) High tides.. 2:46 a. m height 2.6. , 3:23 p. m., height 2.7. Low tides. .0:34 a. m height 0.1. 10:06 p. m height 0.1. SUN AND MOON TABLE. Bun rose 6:38 I Bun sets 6:05 Moon rises 2:06 p.m. Moon sets 12:66 a.m FORECAST FOR NEXT WEEK. Middle Atlantic States Moderate temperatures will prevail until near the end of the week, when the weath l r will berome considerably coolor. The first half of tho week wll be fulr; the latter half will be unsettled .With probably rains. Light automobile lamps at 5:$5 p. m. by Fifth New Jersey Regiment band, Just arrived from the border. Comptroller William A, Prcndergast will preside at the meeting, and tho only speakers besides Governor Hughes will be Governor Whitman. William M. Calder, candidate for United States Senator; and Oscar S. Straus. George Brokaw Compton. manager of tho National Hughes College Leagua, after corresponding with more than 300 chairman of tho league In different States, Issued a forecast based on their reports, claiming 358 electoral votes for Hughes. Kentucky and Oklahoma wero the only States outside of the solid South whlrii h SUVA tn Wilson. Wost Vir ginia, Maryland, Nevada, and South Dakota he placed In tins doubtful column. Rev. Dr. Simon Forms Junior Congregation An organization to be known aa the Junior Congregation of the Eighth Street Temple haa Just been formed. It was under guidance of the Rev. Abram Simon. 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