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., I ....... The News Carries the Full Leased Srvice of The Associated Press AMAR1LL0 1MLY NEW 22 Pages Four Section VOL VIII. NO. 314. AMARILLO, TEXAS, SUNDAY 'MORNING, NOVEMBE 4, 1917. PRICE FIVE dim m- AMERICAN SOLDIERS IDE PRISONERS OF HON NATION ENGLISH NAVAL ARE HALTED BY ITALIANS SINK AUXILIARY CRUISEI - . ,'- r- .-r..;;,:jrr;,,f; Ui r aer f r I FORCES AUSTRO-TEUTON INVADERS MEMBERS OF GENERAL PERSUINGS FORCES UNDERGO ING TRAINING IN FRANCE ARE REPORTED CAPTUR ED BY TEUTONIC PATROL, BERLIN ANNOUNCES. NAMES OF SiiES HUE NOT KIWI General Belief Is That United States Croup Was Scouting in No Man's Land Under Cover of Darkness When Taken by Sur prise Attack of Enemy Division Official Dispatch Awaited by War Department. BERLIN, Nov. 3, via London. The official statement says: "At the Rhine-Mame canal as a result of a reconnoitering thrust, North American soldiers were brought in as prisoners." WASHINGTON. Nov. v - I'tcrliu'i, terse ;inn unr mint tml.ty th.it "N'nrtli American" s.!iiers li.nl lucn lapturol ly Herman pa trols mi tin- Kliinr-Manic canal on the Krctu !i front, lip-uht tlic American jicojilc a tci nearer to tlic licart of the jre.it Mrii"jvle. Then- was no doiil.t licrc that the men referred to were tnem iters of (jcncral I ' r shitij..' (one innl'To, .iti-; final training with French repinients in front line trendies. Confirmation from Gen eral iVrsliinjj was lacking but i'i lnc c .ur-e In- will transmit the names of any men missing an.t this may lurtii-.li -nine lilit. rrolwtlily I Scouting Party. If. mr Is aumed. a small nroutnx paity was surprised by a Onnnti patrol In No Man's Land anil all cap tured, detail of the lnrilnt may never be fully told, since' only rap tors and captives would know what happened In tho encounter under rover of darkness. This Is the first report received here of the rupture of any members of the American expeditionary forces, but' a number of naval gunner tax en from American armed ships mink 1y submarine and civilian member of the crew of other ship arc held In German prUon ramus. NiKht patrolling- Is I vitally Im portant part of the final training of tile American fovea, an It Is on theft patrol that the commanding offi--em relr fnr information of activity In the enemy' front line. I'mImiIm Work t Nlulit. KreT night tM- wont cr.Mi nut l'i fi.rcfi IV ar Ivened a'limi -thitrii tl-'i, dslon of nv '""'i' 'i'i'' awlfi. ile;S- i :j ' ..in . . '.' -i Ci. il. Tliey ko ti'plng iipros th - Hlieii-torn riuuiiu ui m " . n... r. eiitanKlemeiit. crawling and llsien Inc, dropiiing flat when a flur breaks o.it In the air above Ihem, aonietline lying still for hour while rifles and mai hlne-guns ham mer above them. Not a nifc'ht passe on many "arts of the line but patrols encounter ea h other. Sometimes II results 111 firliic. but that Is s-ldom. for the menace of the opposing trcmh line with rifles, machine Kims a'ld rocket ready to burst out at klli!htNt hint of danger batiK s'ar the oer frieml and foe alike. Attack I silent. I'tiially natrol discovers the other, and stalks it stealthily. time comes when a surprise attack can be made. It I swirt. llenl. hand tn hand work, ami rsrelv Is a aho fired. The victor rarrie off hi prisoner and when morning c.vme. n report Kes bat k on the other sm of th line thnt a patrol of so many men Is mlHsliig. Thl i all that i known. Officers here believe ih:.t this was what happened on the French-American front. Il.id there been anv firing or h.i.l men.i.ers of the patfol msile their a leu k to '(e Kreneh-Amrirnn trenches, eral I'ershln pmliably would (ien -hav e leporled Immediaiely. May STr As .e.sifi. As It wa. he probably was waiting to makf certain that the mis-lni; men were not hi lie In '"'I h"ln until dark tame annin to rive them jipportunlty to make their way tn-i their own line. If was ared that the lo of the patrol mlKht have a salutary effect on the Anierbat troop In the front line. They are lyoiina. In perfect phyical tondltlon and fairly lonKln for a thame at . the enemy. It ha taken all the au thority of their officer to curb their desire to so over am! shre In the darln work of trench raiding. Men who have spent their live In thw army know what the situation mutt he. They are hopeful that the lemon 'of caution will be brought home to the men by the ! of tl.l party. E lot n ll.l.M.n I TTI i: sT- I.I If" M: Itol M l I V IIHMiW. f Asrytl ti"" NtKJAl.i'?. Ar;, No .- O. mn aaa killed ar.1 inn'h'f erl ii ou.ited t.p r In t1'' ! bs'1 rer ! V 'or t or!' !'' IkVnf pi--" a" ' 1 ' . ' - r --1 -i'i rl" n't -e-l-- ' T ei.ty-'l ...;. ir.d 'lit Ti . t' '' ' Vlft Wan f f .ip; 'e! J r.r. "'' l!l !.: M. .-:. ir,..', v .. rh. fr pi bu horse, Mf'i s Si", ki It SHERIFFS POSS SHOOTS MEXICANS I ERIC GEDDES ANSWERS RUSSIA TM PSS INTO Ittl.TH' WOl I.I) 111-; AtT nl' M WlNKSS, K S1S. l) j Aaanrlatrd I'rrM. I.OMmN. Nov. .t Tin passage 'in the Interview of I'rcmier Kercm 'ky recently Riven to the Associated ' I'li'M which has urouxeil til" great t . 1 1 1 1 f I- w .m I in ni'Miiry hh Li why the jllrittsh tleet had 'Ht been Hi nt to the jlinlMc S:t. A Oelallcd im.l anthorl Mti ivi. ri litv tn that iii H(iua iv;. riv- by Kric c'pb.ll (icd-'k.- firm Jplxdl (iedi'k- fir i n- n t. o. i . ..r .iu.is . ti j,,,.,) the H.nine evtAln'i on wdlili I're- ti:iier Kert'iiikv talked to the corres pondent. Would lie Act of Marine. "II. 'fort' the I'icriiiiiii attempted op erations In the Culf of KlK". they ii ii. ed il necessary to occupy Isl inth. iiiiiiiiiikIIiik the entrance of the pr 11 1 f lie said. "These Isialids which coin- liiiilld Hie cull, ill. e of the llHltio ui- nu to a peiitral power, pi ninark. Would II not be an act of uiutineti for the llrltlsh tb-et to pass through Ihe I'.altlc with the certainly that the1 Hermans would oecupv and lortlly hot.!- islands In our rear? ' If we ill.) pass throilttll. should we find the (ieri.ian fleet there oil our artlval" The 1-aillni! vessel it our fleet. db(iu. Illlifi from the (ileal licit- tfle t.n y possible .a-sig?e ill a necessarily tieep itiruiatinn on n very narrow front, would find thf whole C,T!iinn fleet tleploved niol concent rating I's fire on thern. Would lie Will... UI Mipplle. ' I tin mil ton. b upon such fines Ions as tho-e of Hue com in unieiit ion to lie maintained With the fleet III llio hill ' I'- and the fact thai every s.ilp passing thr..iii.'h woula .lo so tli:u thlitv mi is of Ko l our Meet the Hal'ii. if it got innm-h. oi.JI toon wither to Impotence with its Ml il oniriiunicatiotiH ui and our Uim ual ally could not supplv it with fuel, 1:1. munition or stoi - 1 Wil'ttna ,i: 1 is l Miiiiin mn m:ii liKMINi;. N M . Nov : Vatlonal liuard )lvli.n at Jy leads the enure I nte. The ! Mil 1 sn.p l o St.ite r- uiv In subscription to tne .i ..n.i :n.- erty loan, a.-ordlng lo of't.er at rl.e camp ( amp Cody's to'il was .. .111. sun ( amp Me.e M iry an'' 'in.' sfinil. acroidin t" return available here Camp ( alt. was the tiiily ramp to for more thin two million orth t.f bunds I v it IS . rllie .ll.l'S ITI ,TIN IN Oil. I IU.IS is lii nMMi n to iii. 01 in IIOfSTON Tev . Nov. .1 'j 1 et prevailed t'ii.. ighout th 1nii..a'i and Trta i ll fet tonight ;ej...rt to llrlga lier On I! (i T el l, -'.it d Ihat 1 1 er" w leading operators 'hat they are -en from worker i' their Jol.s lb ! or Is evtiri-; 1.' Innver here ;n a ' n'i dlsor ler 1 he s.ie statement ting appln i' ..ni ing to return to part 1 ent of 1 i'i- 1 W : un if ! l III IN I J.tlMs. Vol:: 1 M t N .tm.iMkti ininvt i"Tt i; I II if -1 fo s tt tt -p-.rt. III . ' V e.l.- AND TEN PATROL CRAFT fly "-mlvt 1'r.H. 1.(M(. Nov. :'..- A st;iTtnrnt laaued by the Urillsh Ad'nlrally nay "Further repurin from our forces nperatiiiK in the Cattetritt have been received. We destroyed a (leniian aiulli.ii'V cruiser iirmed w.iih kIm Inch Runs, uml e alo dentroyeil ten aimed patrol emit Sixty-four pris oner have been itccured by our forces. No Hrl'lsh losses have been reported. 'Further details will he published im the reluill of our forces In llielr hasp." Tliirti Are killed. Thirty men on the tierman auxll- ' lary i niiHPr Marie of FletntbiirK weri killed In an eiiKiiueinent w-ilh llriiish destroyers. accordliiK to an l". ihunKe Telopraph dlsatih from ('open hu;en. The Marie, a ".(ino-ton vessel, me the ItrlllHh denlroyers 12 mile north of Killlen. She limiiedlntely opened fire, which was answered by Ihe destroyers. In 111 minutes the Marie was ablaze. ItUplayetl N l inns. ArcoidlnK to the ('onenliiiKen cor rpipnndeiit of the Central News, the ulerman vpKsel were dliiplaylnt; no liar. When the llrltlsh alKnalled them to nhow their colors, the ijer uan cruiser opened fire, at the u pie Southwestern Cal Miners' Delegates Defy Dr. Garfield TMil II LOST mi: Mitt; lis 01 mk mow ki w M'si: i, i IV IIOMt; WATIIts. AvM!itt I'm W ASIII.N'iiTON'. Nov il. Twelve mill, all the crew of a pit ket ! oat of the battleship Michigan, were lout when their Hub' cralt foundered in home waters Three bodies hay been reetiveieil. The navy tlepa 1 1 uT.nt Is sued this statement "The navy il.pa rl meni announce that on October :io the pi. ket bout of the I". S. S .Vnbigan loittnlered. Apparently the entire crew was Ion 1 lie (Indilig id the bo. lies of three of the new and Hie failure In find any other trace ol the bout or !' oe. upatil b ads the ilt pnitnient to believe that all wete lost." 1. 1st s Maile l-iiblie. The navy department mad" public the follow ing 1 rew II t - t the lot picket boll! Joseph J Sthillt. seain.in. l'or' W.ivne. I nil J. -epli II. Ilf-ndrlckson, se.mian, York. I'a Kmcoe S. tiil. fltenian. broi her jnll'ratik ('. Scott, lenver. Colo Stanley J Wiru'. flieui.in. I let roll Mhb Austin At tin. I Ohio seaman. Sandusky Arthur A Klo. senn.nn. Mat-' tin . Mei k It'll berg toillity. C Andrew K. Mei d r. runner's mate, A 11 eiHrre, i'a Waiter M I'l-.ber. rnvwaiti, fa ttier Henry J Kis. her. .' .I.'. Court land street Chiengo. Clarence I. Jones, seaman, Hack port. Me. Kdmund I. Tamil!. 1. mw am mo thr itessi,. T.itnlllo .l'.i Nor'h Central I'ark. Chit ago J.itue Yo nut 1 1, ief gunner' mate. Ilrot.klvn. N Y (ieorge M II el ti.H 1 I. , jr. seaman. 1 flu tleiailM.l Infurtii.i'iou regarding enhsttnent 1s.11 lt A-" . l'r. 1. irrv. T-ii. o tur'. r.ce In Vul n l i r I'ifri- w t a 'ietc'int. ' tr...ier (fcr'riM mils : - dis g h ui agaui.' ;itin.'i.e Vl'1'.i" of 1 ' . i' ti pr P. y. r i t.n .ij I'sl f t -. i'i ! I mwmi EXPULSION CAUSE time breaking out slun. The bodlca liae already been the Swcdtnh coast. Hie (iciji,.M cn . manv.'j.. man w nMd .Hbore on ((irKNILACKN. Nv. J -Two Punish sleamera thai :csh. i the I had been pii ked up by another Pan etiKaxemcut arrived toiilrht villi I j IhIi yhlp. The Cni. n.lile. which wnn survivors of the crew of the Crnian .a new ves-el. hit ! been disguised as r .liler Crocodile. The falciuf the re- I a neutral merchantman and carried matnder of the Crorodlltt'H creiv anil of the crews of the trawb'ia Is not Known. tine of the Danish tin linn gave the follow Iiir account ol Hie inci dent e Art" AfUlne. ' (in Thursday Huht at Id o'clocr torpedo boa I a of imdetermtned na tionality wiih pasaed by Hie xeaiiier on w hl. h the narrator naa n e.'autart At v o'clock this mornlnK cninioniul I it K was heard. Shortly afterward I'rlil.h detttroyer ateanid l.f hound wentwurd. A little while Infer Hrl- lish ib'Hiroyera itere niRlitetl firing l.fll w ith su. h rapidity that his men iteHtward at 5 Cerinan urmf I traw- hwere virtually iinnhle to work the lers, w tilth were burned liercely. jx'ina and after a tew shot the ve Tbere were no algn .f lfe on sel was a mas of flame, board. All of them ank In l;ht of 1 The ItrllHi destroyer then real tho latnes. Fifteen lalnub' later ed firing and rescued at out thirty ;hey pasHd the Crocodile. wM. h wh Jinen. The eaptain. who was wound llkewiite aflame and soon sink. fed, and I fV men succeeded In enter Sliip I IMmkiiisciI. In; n lifeboat and were picked up The sleumer cruiat ! about and by a Pall Nil xteauier. The rent of found a aliiKle survive cIIiikIiik to Mhe crew wu killed during the fight. fJEBROWflS fflETESiiftfflll oii:t MAiitf i i.i ti:ii. or, Ti:oors ti.n it its 4 imii TOMOKItOU. Br Am..-!!!! I'rrtw. SAN A.N'ToNl.i. Tex.N'.n 'I. -When the court eiiiill.il 'rial of tun 1:.: nc'.Tties t.f 'ho 2Mb infantry charged with mutiny, muider 11 11 1 rioiinr, In Houston on Aufust '.' . last, .l pint tied totlay until Mond'v, it was lll.ll. Hted th it inofcl of lh- I - titno.iv concernliii: the bsppt c imk- in ' ' ro ji Logan belt re the t.eg ies marched on the my hail been g mui. Negro offiii-r Testify. Negro ll.itH tun illssloneil e .pen of the 'Mtii Inf..' try who v r. in the ramp the nit. ti t of the o.. ! and w'lio testified to asslstlt g '. Ir 1 01.1t1111r.dlng olfl.i s.i' I; aw elit" king 'b se absent troii chief witnesses t. of Ihe.e wltlliwc ti u' moil an I ' lo ai.. w ere Hi 111 1 Im ' 1 o .in. an ling oltl. is In varioii - Up til lit i. ' camp, w 1 . lay. Stai. 1 made rel.i'i 1 111 rondlt I In those i t r who pr. hM 'It 1 ' 1 ' "' ) nu) lake KMlt.o7:l,(bHi In II I- .Mr A.ir,aoi I'reM i WAHIViToN No. :: 1 Ii em an army t i t tmcrll.e.l f..t :7 :. 1. .1 worth of liberty b... a iinnoiin. ed tonight by Cob ! I1 t Lord, quartern ter enrp- ABE MARTIN M :i I I ' he .t n. "! 1 1 1 . 1 lor g r i'iii. f. - a .1- P t H'P"i. re tl, s M: y . r or SI: t '. . 'il I ,1 l.f ,1 r t THE '.VSATHER I ' a plank and n bloodstained empty yal from the Crocodile. Tr- mir vlvor was too exhausted to it a coherent iiccoiint of iho battle, hut. xald that the awl had contained 'JO men. nio-l of them wounded, who ii deckloud .it cai.k. She probably was eimac.Mt in an attempt to slip hroiitli the ititt'isli corilon and rain i the open Hca. ope rhe sc. oiid panl-ih sleniner arriv ed soon after the first with tlie I'll survivor from the yawl. ('opinio Makes Statement. Captain l.aulerliuch. who rom mnniled Hie Herman auxiliary eruier Murle. In a mat. 'incut to the all.mul 1'ldende. xal.l hit M'uhcI wh armed with four kuiis and carried a crew of ninety slie was suddenly at 'lackeil In III'' ( Hll.'K it and the shells GOMMfTTEE.BALKS TM she J 4 in Mil, P lM'VISilt I k i sTMs ltst. TH.V I illM ON mv. I f AM.iriatisI l'-i s ! W SIIIC1 ON, Nov. .I Seilh Wistiin c... I miner-. " 1 cpt cseiita. !vei defl. l I'm I vdmltiisli .1I.11 f;-rf.'M beie lo.o.y an. I lelused to am lo the ill: . 1 I oi In 1 new w in'. 1 1 1 .1 - t of pr..vl 'l.l Ifollls ft.T I tig the llegiilla'i iot.s 1 . lethiiii: 1 1 'h an.' .1 se. I .., II,. e I Hi; I hlS I ..- 1, 11. et - ,i'ii u pt 1 k l.rn r I otis I'd In d.ii ii , iipen.t.il- te(,t..eiita'iv es, an I left for then In. nu thiM ii ftetiiieiii. an noiim ll.g 1 lo v n.niM 1 all a i", 1 il c.itoeiiion 01 sou' h v . ti-r n remits lo meet III If. I It ol ,i( I I 1.1 il is. iss I lie sit 1. al ion. Slt Mri-ts Ire Idle. I"'!e .1' I III 1 II I ' t .. t 1. iti otfliisls see p.si:,li ievei,,;, s. .lie I I! tl.touglne ed K.ltls. .Hid Mi- ' I I e III., ''l.l'e W.tK s that sitll.itl. II IlitlV es lli.W I'llll.'l s II,. III. k itl-.l K to 1.1. ii. e i.-l . St t '. 11 Hi Kill'-.is ami lie fii if stall. 11 l.i! mi .1 ,ii" On. at. :,, 'III ate gl.etl ,'.'1 l.l I s g' . n ' I ii - , pr-.v.-d I., fiell In-1 are insert 1 ri r...t I.'f In I I.' I'l l - ', II h's Kur il. ph lo . . er,f a i . h was ... i t .11 V ill I" ,t I he I . ll I'll 1 1 I,e t., I. . I. fir I he 111 e,i .' i;r- pelililly v in a M lo 1 1 ti 1 I h.l t' tee t"".t I'eli ill . '.i'i..' atld Ia et I,. ,1 11 v k r ! '1 1 1 ir 1 ,1 , I ,1e . r. . O,. y,r, Op. r.t t ',. "I 1 I .. 1 . 1 , it the 'i I vreed t I'I I, n.f n -v ...id, -.. the I tiae the -,! or l.v in the le (en 1 r.., s-i-l ,, re. om tSe t . ' p-t, lilke , ... 1 '1 s lit! ...ri - fi MM I he.,.:. ,.l.l ...t lit- I'1 1 I I.eti .1 , 1. ' I ' ,. M Wtl...n I tot. r t rs s ho .il t- ti ll, all 0 IT. ol t 1 - ' . 1 o . 1,1 r, 1 s COMBINED ARMIES BATTLE IN VAIN TO CROSS TACLIA MENTO RIVER WHERE GENERAL CADORNA'S FIGHT ING MEN HAVE ENTRENCHED THEMSELVES. FRENCH FQRC E Pant Report Shows Retirement From Chemin des Dames PUteati on Line Extending 13 Miles From Oise-Aisne to Corbeny Was Forced Upon Crown Prince by Commanding Positions I in Posiesaion of Petain's Troops. IIAI.IW lll-.MjlUTFKS - Al'lct tri;il- sip Ii ;is a or,.;,t military lunly lias seldom cxpcricnc c.l, the new It.ilian arinv tml.tv is rcct itstituicil, with regiments, lit italic, ..ml t!tv i-n -tis n- furiiii! ami its concent ration on new lines is l.ciitcr ira.liiallv istaliltslicd. I lie situation early today sli.ivvt .l tlic surit ami ninralc of the troops licartrtied, and while con ihtn.ns al-'tij; the fii'litinir fr.nt ol the rcforiiiatioii ami tlic renewal all ranks hits itnj .r v c.' tin- general ITAI.IW IIKAIHJIAKTL'US IN NOIITIIKHN ITALY. Friday. Nor 2 ( Hy the Associated I'resv i - -The1 general situation presents many re assuring features, but It continued gravity I mil in be untler-estltnat- I. The enemy advance being held buck west of the TiiKiianienti liv'vr. Ihe Italian cavalry Is again (lemoti- sliHlIng Its value. Heport romliiR In from all quar lers now inane it tleur that Ihi-.rn-ettiy nulled In the decision to,rv to deliver a NtaKXerli'K blow, -to Italy anil thus derail,, the em in scope of the entente offensive aibUier point Not only dbl (iermnpf pnrl.'li:i'. with lieavy forces malll' 1 to Italian scroti, I army . but Ilin lariT ;a.-t of tlie huge coin filtration was diav.n from tbn HuKslan front uutb r i Ir uitiHlnnie which th Italians r 15'nri a very luysierlniiH. Inten.liil lo Soiiiisli Italy. Th re vcre .':6 erifti.y f.n l-mns .n h" l;ii-'iaii front, toil ii nur ber t ' :'"se ill. Islmitt wcif wlthiluiwi for 'In. thief purpiHi of being used in u m i -,1,1.1,; bios' V ,y. K,v;l! j" r .'.pertiXwhi 1 th.s com'-ina-l I' Vi'ditivk lirnlo- n.(H- 1 ,., t n I' ,','' . I si. In thiTerrjVlr.- i!e lia'lH.ii secomi itrttly tiolnnlv ,ia. it elabor ate advance po)i Ion. ,,,t aM auccesslve line of tl; fense on which t!,e could lull bat 1. in ruse of em ergern y "The 1 1 .t : Jmm eataltv ha eiuliii.. III.' deed of the III, -I, e, . e(, niu-.,,,;, at liabiklava." said 11 llil'l-h oflcii b" h is I n .i',,w Hit the opera Hons on Hi" I'.-ibiiri front In speuk ing I 1 lav ol itupalmi now i'ii progies avail 1 01111 Until (tonus-. tier sline l polling of th,. w-i" the H ihau , a v al r v 111,11 have he, 11 ha ing heause ih,. 11,0 int.,!, 1 warfire offend 110 o.p.,itiii,ity tor trnplov of then In.tlK h ,, t,,. HiTVire. I h. y iii. iliafi. d Into ntaoir iti t boii.l. Ihiovtiri; ri.nting..liH and Into 'lie il. Il.ll si-mi,). , 1 W ' V r ' lot Ve ll.l'l II I ii.HI. e prove ' u.ii th 1 av alrv - In, win, I 'I to, t ' of Hie mm la Hut " a lis on obsolete as writer Ma ' the suriesstiil retlle Vail.mt Italian a r tuv w ., , l.' U to the herolsMi ..f he I'i. ' lilt, , I t,,;,s Maneuvering , p, , 1 :-" I'1, I 1 'iiriein.-nri,. f ,(,,. .i.M in t't, -at ii.as.,.4 ,lf,, their 1 -s k 1. . . t i, art;. In 1 !,,. ,, es of ti 1 :t - ' ni''.. g,m tiuilei are 1. t; ir.l .! , 1 Col. titU'lng l.f.e tiiMtaiv otfiit-n a, ,,, Hie 11 ,..t ,n .1 .... Ut fe It ires of tl,e 'iglnl'g .,, Mil. f'ftit 1 barge. ,. ,e . ... I w ,, and , ontr..! M .,, , l.tir.. lull'.,,!, .Tel t pre, - III!,. 1 j ; t f. a'. 's Were .. if ,:r: e, 'I,, Hi hi not -f . t y- ,,, '" virf i.il'i ar.l'.jl I - 1. me run M-linnet, but their SHirltl "us not in v,n. iiinii, n as trier protected the 'lei Which safety tii I hir I ar 111 v pa ... it l- Mi-ro.,n , 'I I.H .1 , . , ,, , il'g Ml- lro...s - "Verir..- :, ,,., Inspiring. lol-m are irisplr - .pints are re t.r.i n, hi s of t ': '""!" ills... h'n,. , forme.! K..r irist,-,n, los in 1 1 .1 - .',. ,,f , ,,. Is .,. p,. ' the pbvi 11 .lit ar v liosi.l talk In t .I,.!.. In I, me fallen I. I I raw ,,i, should re 'd on st n.g ! ! t., , i,,,, n o-'i .a.n with t hri' as k ,t 1 , r.., 1 ha ' t h '" ' I.. Ice of a f.-w w hi, lend I. lit a, I init ' ther ,;. EMPEROR CHARLES MAY RULE POUND '11 v i "TKIMi ' ,, ; . "j,,, Vl .ti'mt ' ' Netute Nat'tir I. l.'en prln'. a r ' I' re- I . '' '"in 1 leima n,,, ( , ... r 1- is , ' ''nil indie, whbh I ' -.4 1 e 1 cel .. . oe:.; ti ,r, .., s i , f j ' ; " "' ru!. t .f in . nth ' I ' t"l ' 1 ' es I ', ! Il 'It - 1 V I-' ! '' " f.-.es,.tfi 1 3- ' that ' ; "' Set us . ' r, 1,1 0. 1 u . I .r WO'ild I ' -".I These .tles . . Id..! 1 .,. ,. i -. .t' , 1. , a I ) r,f,..,f, f at CERMAN WITHDRftWJ! 1 il IX .NORTHERN ITALY, Nov, coiitinitcs pravr. vet the ramditv 4 of steadiness nnd st.'diility among situation. The war situation as sumniarlie4 by tb Associated Press for Baturdsy Is a follow: Standing; on the. line, of the Taglla mento, (ieiiarsl radorna bs to faf hcn able to: hold Intact his nortB and south fnml along the river, d iltt several attempts by the Atiatro (ierinan Invader of northern Italy ta sffecl a croMlng. IJne I Klinrter. , k It l pointed out that the Br'V c .illaii front, although the assorted re tlretiieiit to It v,s marked by bearf losses lu men and material, afford .he strategetbiil advantage of bln( stralgbter ami shorter thin the okt tine and therfrore theoretically eaa 7es-AJ. deferyft. WitirTTfT!' known strong concentra tlon of Austrian and Herman forces against the Italians, however, thoro exiHis the nii'imce, to this line of a flanking thrust from the north. Clo iiiteiitioi. therefore. U being paid W the Tr'itttno front, ahere a haty blow- In not rt ti unlikely development, I tuv ld"d the leui.inlc Intention It to ti.nsu. the CAuiimian in ttilw ftuvrinr? . . - .......... Ilh li.v. ilni'itv ,m N'J I Vitlitlrwn is ( onirdete, I I'-tiln nuri' nice the cuirpletlorf . r:: . rr astaVhu'i,w'al ci their line from lh t uemifi de latniail" plat "ii 11. The I'arls account of th mi, e". nhow 1 .1 .s.i ,f 1 i .tif in h.n,. rxtep.ded shmg a thlr '11 1 ,n!e from from the Olae-Atsna iiiih! It 1 orheiiv The crown prince nun.; . u hi, lines- a maximum Ita- tiitite i l a 11, He to the north hank of ' .'.ileite. t iiiiitniiiidiiig the ar 1 .inches to the fortress of I.aon, tha sev;.ione ol the tierman line in'thli I 'to 'I his movement was obvou!f 1 te.l bv the recent success of tr I rein b It, I heir tit he southwest of 1 .mil. which gave them enfllad!n i.'IIioiih for their ctiiiH and made a ! ii;e pot lion of the Herman line un tenable. (.HIM IN I C I I l:i: it 1 it H III ll I KI N M UK W II II TIIK I'KKNt A KM I KS IS I K AM I:. N.i . , Hv the Asms'I- it.-d I'o as. 1 The foreshadowed re te.it oi M.i i.ertuiit ' at the I'herdn I' S ll.ltiies I M'k p it ., v esterdat wh'l he liiilne.liale ..f , , ,,( iu. r,.,-, nt I tent h vtilorv lnw.,!,.. a err:. an 1. tin n, et, 1 alotii- a '. n,,. front, i in- siip-'rliiituaii ef'..rl.. of t'- ir at.s to bold I his tift pact n' ta ""I t, liiinn-i,-,.. ,...., s we '''is .ilin ulied . M was ln.pt. Ssih'e ' Hi s -f ,,il,-M I ui- 'hn ti- t K-s : t 'o keep l,.,r in,.. :, if 1. unit inn or 1 .... l:n I: . re t.l In ! 1 1.. 1 11. id, 1 ,.f .,. i: Is w hill- l .., Vl. V llel ' e. w I, el t .' ' . II. ' .. Kr.i aTie 1 '' i id tn oPserv1 til Uitlly the p' 'If uml tin- 1.. he Mght lo !',. Vllelle vallev The Kr. n, h loses) tot. v . I in i D El iii:ir 1 nit svi.-.:n.t.-i T viu iii: tm i;m si itii: ni'KNs itnn. 1y Aas'wla'vsl Prwa A !l !;Tl iN. Nov. r IlectB- t- tomorrow and rt rtirolnj to k there w i'i h In at tiv lnc 1 : r the t nr.. I State a drlva for 1 r n 1 of 1 1. :.;!. 1 it, tv h rafse y i!..- War itip (otnmuR.tr service. T' iseti.ls of mlr.lstee will prearh It "rsnj to the ni'.rs'e s H H- fire'i-g pint ,.f the a'tr.y. of t- per r.nninl'v service for the -l iii i'ti,!!ii. Thl a ill cpe the p-u. . Ih.n drj-'ne the vrek. i.i.'ilt .a i nrntt'lt'ees orrnli ev. rv W here, rl-le tl.Wtl lll s ass'ened to hetn ef H COMMUNITY CAMPAIGN BEGINS :he totl .i..,.ui.t. ' -s I