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ALLIES MA KE SLIGHT GAIN;
REPULSE GERMANS AT YPRES
" l'AIUS, Nov 11.
tht official French statement Issued this
j fcturhoon shown that the Germane art
, t)ilnttliB their attack on the Allien
,fJfftf.tho eeft to lh6 MVer Meuac. It
'WiiflfA howevM. that tho Uormah' niM
"'''MU.'IA fin Kn ntniilse.il n,t tlm tJrin)h
hBTTriadti trogrg near filjtMhoote. Tho
mot that the statement chronicles a irnin
'f leas than a mile nt nixshoote shows
the deeperate nature, of lha struggle and
hdw ven ft slight gnln la regarded as
rhe official communique follow:
"In Belgium n German ntt&rk ngslnst
Jljc Kreat t(ad of the bridge of Nleuport
fl oecn n?punei. Divers attempted 01
. tehnvV rMiV-irninti hv thn riirmiv In tltn
eibfl to the east and to the southeast
vi (H"-CT LUTOll Olll'SlVU. Jll IIIO CII
f Sffi? ulxsehoote wo have made prog
' !? "'"ooniinn to one miomeir tnuout
me-eifcnmo or a mue toward me can.
'Between the canal of t.n Dasso and
Arras, our troops have made some minor
progress. In the region of Ixisslgny, and
In lhat of the Alsne, as far ns Berry -au-had,
the Oirmnhs have attached without
fillAHP CONKMCTS IN AltQONNK.
"In, Iho Argonne the conflicts have been
Vry sliara. The enemy has vainly at
tempted to re'eaphiro Four De Paris and
jAround -Verdun numerous partial of-
Ei fenslve movements by the enemy liavo
jeen cnecKeu uy tno lire of our Artillery
foefore his Infantry was able to advanOo.
In the WocVre region and In korinlne.
vyhero tho bad weather continues, there
1 nothing to report."
CANADIANS AT FRONT.
Canadian troops ara now upon the battle
front In France and arc taking part In
the fighting along the line, from tho North
Sea to Arras, according to reports re
Cfl)ve.d In Paris today. The Canadians
were evidently rushed secretly from Eng
land, to the Continent to relnforco tho
British lines When tho Germans tnnsned n
formidable nrmy against the Allies In
Tho Princess Patricia Infantry wcro
among1 the Canadian troops engaged on
the rlrln.tr Uric and have suffered so severe-
GERMANS CLAIM ADVANCE
ACROSS THE YSER CANAL
BnrtLIN, Nov. It,
It Is officially announced thnt tho Ger
mans have captured St. Elol, south of
Tpres, and that they havo crossed the
Yser canal west of Langemnrclc.
The Tageblatfs expert declares that
tho -news from Belgium nnd Franco Is
BATTLE ON IN EGYPT
AS TURKS MARCH
UPON BRITISH SOIL
Berlin Reports Loads of
Vounded Sent to Cairo.
Sultan's Forces Move on
Batum, Russian Seaport.
BERLIN, Nov. U.
A dispatch from Milan given to the
prtJS' today by the official German news
, "Fighting- Is already going on near the
8ues..Cnnal, Four wagonloads of British
soldiers wounded between Osmalla and
Hues have arrived at Cairo, The native
troops have mutinied, and many promi
nent Egyptians are being arranged."
In a battle lasting two days at Kara
hlszar, Turkish Armenia, betneen Turk
ish and Russian troops the latter lost
K00 men and were forced to retreat, ac
cording to tin official communique from
Ottoman army headquarters telegraphed
here from Constantinople. The commu
"In n battlo at Koprukeul on Wednes
day and Thursday the Russians were de
feated, and lott 4000 dead, 4000 wounded,
100, prisoners, 100 000 rifles and great quan
tities of ammunition. The Russians re
treated in disorder to Kutch.
An official dispatch from Constantinople
confirms Indirectly the recent Russian
statement that a Russian fleet has sunk
three Turkish transports In the Black
Ben. The Constantinople report admlU
that there has been no news of these
three ships since they left the Turkish
capital, a Week ago.
It adds that as the vessels were near
Bonguldak, on the Black Sea, the day
this place was bombarded. It Is possible
that they were attacked by the Itussian
CONSTANTINOPLE. Nov. H.
Turkish troops have Invaded Russia
n$ are striking- for the port of Batum
on the Black Sea, according to an offi
cial statement Issued here today. It
"Turkish troops yesterday ooaupted all
th Russian blook houses after a sur
prise attack on the frontier of the Vll
Jayet of TrebUond. The Ottoman fereei
advanced three hours march Into Rus
sian territory In ths direction of Batum
and captured the enemy's barraeks at
Statement of Betra.t by Turks Con
tradicted, PKTnOOJBAD. Nev Jl,
gt$$a has . fcten prepared far "II
MfifMtttt in thin great war, ames
Hb the poMiblllty ot an attempt to
waUse th GernMH plan of agvrl&
jv wIsr TtirWrt tfos. anarfw
trBiMt Prla f h udA4 Jcpatter
Th foreign omtm, of cauit. haa
Mxwm It fuJ1 M,wt at
Kauai prApar&Moaa far precisely ttw
UA f liar ftJUF R4JW (KCWIW .ftT
te Turfcsy tuiauidtat after a,
t war td ban waujsm aaaut
uapfavJcd-;!Uca r iuriH
qw IWi- Diucn Ban onuh.
mtton columaa axe warfWa
Van, The natliB caumii w-
tur 4k i di au. the W
w mim rurai kj-j;
,irv TA &mn mumw mmm 2?S-
....' 8at alMti4 and tt sfM
is orHiaat ie,
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t frl WltimMff i . Iprlvat. apenou-m.- , IITIHlFliWllI IM ' ill ill lif fl 1 ' Tilllfmill ntlTfll MiTMB iT w -i - .. . ' a
ij in the fighting thai BOO men will be
sent' from Canada to fill tho depleted
Bnormous losses also have been suf
fered by the yngltsh, beftiUs most of
Hie attacks were concentrated ogalnt the
The demonstration and counter at
tacks df tho French, British arid Bel
tjlans nro now growing Infn nn nrgonl2?tl
offehslve. The Germans Iwtl hoped to
uenr out the Allies by continuous attacks
by tins Pntsslah Guards and other vet
eran first lino troops, together with Ih
cessant bombardme":, but In this thev
Underestimated the grit and staying
prJwcrs of their enemies.
FltKNCH ADVA.VCIC AT ST. MtlliMt..
Although the fighting along the rest of
tho, gient battlo line has been violent, It
is overshadowed by the Intensity of the
conlllct In the north and In west Flan
ders. At the eastern end of the line the
French nre trying to surround the Ger
man position at St. Mlhlcl.
The French aro reported closing in on
three sides and n general advance to
storm tho German positions may be ex
pected nt any time.
The Allies In Belgium have won foot by
foot. At no place havo they been able
to make a material advance with any
degree ot speed. They had to light hard
for every Inch of ground nnd every ad
vantage was bought with a heavy price
Along the const near Nleuporl the
sandy ground prevented the Germans
from Intrenching. They fought among
tlie dunes, Buffering heavily from the nc
curnte lire of the French and British
DIXMUDU'S CAPTUIti: UNCON
The Allies rctliincd the outer districts
of Dlmude, and It" has reported today
that they hod driven out tho Germans
at the point of the bayonet ami recap
tpred the town, but this has not been of
The little Belgian nrmy Is nothing marc
than n shadiM It has fought bravely,
but It has been no mntch for tho masses
of Germann hurled ngulnst It. It li esti
mated they lost m6re than 10.C00 men In
to lrig to stem tho onward march of tho
"The capture of French soldiers In the
fighting about Nleuport," ho says, "Is
evldenco that tho Belgian army lins been
practically annihilated and that tho Bel
gians havo boon replaced by Fiench
troops. Tho number of prisoners taken
nt Ypres proves thnt the enemy's of
fensive Is llagglpg."
fight, and in quite n different theatre of
war, Erzcrum is distant 1C0 miles. The
Russian columru are ndvanclng upon tills
key position from three. If not four quar
tets. The vanguard ndvnnr'-i,- along the
dlreu highroad upon Krzi lias over
come resistance at Kopilkui. inflicting
great losses on the Turks, whose Hank
attack upon tho Russian left was caugiit
by a punishing crossfire from the moun
tain artillery and broken up by Infantry
The rond Is now practlcnlly open for
a Russian advance to within n few miles
of nrzerum, but those few miles present
by far tho most formidable obstacle-yet
met with, namely, tho Devcbomu rnngt
While engaged In a deadly conflict over
a 500-mllo front In tho west, Russia, sud
denly nttacked by Turks, under German
officers, on her scacoast, 1000 miles away
to the east, responds instantly with n
many-sided, combined attack on Turkey
In a region nearly HJOO miles away from
the western fighting front.
BOAIB FOR ENVER BEY
KILLS FIVE GERMANS
Keport of Attempt ou Man "Who
LONDON, Nov. H. A dispatch to the
Dally News from Petrograd says:
"A message from Bucharest says that
five German officets were killed by a
bomb which exploded nt Knver Bey's
pnluce In Constantinople. No Injury wns
suffered by Enver Bey.
"A letter found declared that the bomb
was meant for 'the man who sold Turkey
to Germany.' "
TURKEY ADMITS LOSS
OF THREE BIG TRANSPORTS
Believed to Have Been Sunk by
BERLIN, Nov. It. An official dispatch
from Constantinople says three Turkish
transports, the Bezxra-Y-AIem, Basrlch
ner and Mlhdat I'ushn are missing and
are believed to have been sunk by the
Busslan fleet that bombarded Songuldak.
This news was told In dispatches, early
In the week, which said 1G0O soldiers had
been lost In the transports.
AUSTRIA ADMITS LOSS
OF CRUISER AT TSING-TAO
Kalserln Elizabeth Sunk by Own
Crew, Saya Vienna.
VIENNA, Nov. U,
Official announcement was made today
that the Austrian crulter ICalserln Eliz
abeth was sunk off Tslng-Tao after her
ammunition was exhausted. She was
sunk by her own crew and not by Japa
nese shell fire.
The oraw was added to the Tslng.Tao
garrison and fought bravely on Jand.
Bight of the sailors were killed and SO
H. C. FRICK GIVES $10,000
FOR RELIEF OF BELGIANS
Gift on Anniversary of Magnate's
Escape From Death,
PITTSBURGH, Nov. H.-jr C FIck
ha given U0.U to the Belgian Relief
fund. The announcement of th gift is
mad on ths anniversary or the attempt
made on J?rlck life by Alexander Berk
man. By an usifMial eolacMaaea Berkman
poke bare tonight.
BEITISK SOS'S 1640 OFt QHII,I
LONDON. Hav. U.-II W ffiU!ly an
MMHuwd tat (fee BrtltU cruder lfa.
HMMttfc. wWch wan destroyed recently la
a halite witu Oeraaan warthlp of Chile,
canted Vt ecer aqd H wn, The Nag
Wp Gaod Ho, whlea t Wu with
Raar A4sttaii Mr Canatn.aar Craoack
aad all m ajaanl. earned 99 taw, ThU
waaee taa waj lose or nfe tar lb urtt-
TStWS-TAQ OFFI0B8S BSCAFED
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LEDOER PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1914.
CZAR MAKES SWEEP
PAST GALICIAN POSTS
IN CRACOW ADVANCE
Austria Officially Admits
Capture of Tarnow, Jaslo
and Krosno on Route to
VmNNA. Nov. U
11 Is announced officially that the Hus
sions have occupied Tarnow, Jaslo and
Ktoeno, three towns In Galtcta.
(These three towns are bit the touto
of tho Russian advance on Cracow.
Tarnow is W) miles east of Cracow nnd
about the same distance west of Vre
ntysl. Jaslo lies 30 miles southeast of
Tarnow, and Krosno nbotit 20 miles west
of Jaslo )
A further statement ss5s:
"The Austro-Ilungnrlnn retirement In
Unllcia continues In nccordatico with the
Austrian progrntn. It has not been dls
tuthod In any manner b tho Russians.
uhlcli shows thnt the ttuops of Ilmperor
Nicholas are suffering fiom the defeats
inliictrd on thorn In iccunt conflicts."
I'lrrrtOGRAD, Nov. H.
Having. crushed the Austrian army In
Cliillciii, Russian Infantry, atllllcry and
cavalry arc sweeping rapidly westward
to stotitt Cracow, tho gateway to Hilcsln
and Ucilln. according to reports received
from l.einberg today. Tarnow has been
captured b. tho hoops of Gcnciol
ltuszlty. and Cossacks have swept bc
oul that city and seized the railroad
Tho nlhtr column, approaching Cracow
through southwestern I'olnnd, nlrcudy
llirrntni'j the outer defenses.
The i illuwing statement lias been Is
sued b tho War Office:
"Jn Kastein rruisla the lighting con
tinues In the region of Stnllupoclinen for
the possession of the outlets In tho east
ern chain of the Mnzur Lakes.
"The lighting In tho region of Soldnu
"Tho German offensive has been re
pulsed In tho direction of Thorn, on both
banks of the Vistula toward Rfoln and
Wolsolnwsk nnd further west. The enemy
brought here a part of Ills troop from
"In the Czcnitochown legion the Ger
man nre moving gradually toward tho
'In G.illcla our offensive toward Uou
nnictK nowheie encountered resistance.
"We occupied Krosno nnd Inllictcd
heavy losses on the Austrian rear guard,
"In (lie legion of Sanok and Turku.
wheic we formed nightly a well-foi ti
lled position, the Austrtaus on the morn
ing of the lllli ot November began re
treating. "In the Carpathians, on the mud from
Nndvornn to Marlanaros-.Slget flear Pa
alccznn we defeated a body of hostile to
kols (Austrian Irregulars)."
KAISER REMOVES QUARTERS
FAR BACK INTO GERMANY
Streets Battles Now From Coblenz,
LONDON, Nov. It. Tho correspondent
of the IVtchnnge Telegraph Company at
Tho Hague says the following telegram
has hee.i received there from Berlin:
"Kmporor William has now established
his headquarters at CobSems, and lit- lias
Invited his five daughters-in-law and liU
sons, Including tho Crown Prince, to come
tu Coblenz and visit him. Two Zeppelin
airships, armed with machine guns, uro
continually circling over his Majesty's
(Coblenz Is situated on the Rhine, 9
miles southeast of Cologne and 70 miles
from the Belgiun f ion tier.)
The Air.sleidani Telegraph states that
the German Kmperor's recent visit to
Thlelt, Belgium, was to restore harmony.
liiO Germun officers having refused to go
to the front ou the ground that thy had
STOLE GERMANS' TAUBE
TO USE IN SCOUTING
Garros, French Aviator, Tells of Ruso
LONDON, Nov. 11.
The Chronicle's correspondent nt Paris
"Sorno French soldicis doing sentrj duty
on Pont De Benugelllo at Armlens re
cently saw a Tuubo aeroplane. above them
and llred upon It Ineffectually. To their
surprise, however, the aeroplane presently
gracefully came down to the ground and
from It stepped foith Garros, a French
aviator. He related that while chasing
a Taubo a few days previously he had
some trouble with his motor and de
scended, feigning a fall.
" "A German pilot approached to take
my papers, believing me dead, and when
he was a few steps away I pulled out my
revolver and put two bulleta through
him before he could say a word Thus
IN got this Taube, which Is very useful
for flying over tho German line. I left
my own aeroplane In care of neighboring
RUSSIAN ADVANCE CAUSES
UNEASINESS IN BERLIN
War Office, However, Discredits
Penetration Into Posen.
BKRLIN. Nov. II.
Officials here refused to discuss the
situation In tho liastepi menu, but an
undercurrent of uneasiness was apparent
as a result or tne operations ot the Rus
sians. Reports from Russian sources that the
Czar's troops iad eroeaed the Eastern
frontier, and had ben In possession of
PbMchen, In Posen rrovlnce, for live
days were discredited and declared to be
without foundation. To overcome the
anxiety that has been steadily Increasing
here for Ave days, the official newspapers
declare that General von Illudenpurg will
oon win a great victory over the Rus
sians. The Ruwlan offensive near Kails is tho
cause of some fear that the combined
Austrq-Qerraan armies have jiot done
what was expected of them. Major
Mohrat. military expert of the Tageblatt.
declares that the present conflict In East
Prussia will not result in a Russian In
vasion from that direction, but Ignores
the Poaen, and Slleaian fronts in his com
ments. 2EPPEMNS GUARD THE KAISER
Air Patrols Beyef Over Epjpr at
UWPOlN. Nov. li-Baarar . Wiim
faa eaUMMlMMt his bes'dqtiartera at
Cobleax. acovlia5 to advice from TUe
Hague. JU U.batnB Euaadad by
peilns tom information reac&as xne
Hague la a telegram from Berlin, which
lead NUe , '
kmjwior William lnu uw eatawuhea I
bis beddquai tr at ubii, and he eaa
iiiut.d trie Ave 4avishtre-tarlar and !
- ..... .j . . . . .x, ..-.
i IuIiUm nj visit ntia
jji, . wun
RUSSIAN CAVALRY CAPTURES
TWO OF KAISEirs AVIATORS
Accident Brings Airmen to Earth and
Ends Scouting Career,
PBTROGRAD, Nov, 14.
A detachment of Russian cavalry oper
ating In the vicinity of Piock, 4S miles
west of Warsaw, captured two German
nvlatorn and repelled Iho effort nt res
cue undertaken by tno companies of
Tho aviators nre lJcutennnl Merer, and
Lieutenant Poldte. They made n recoil
nolssnnce In nn neroplnne of the Al
batross type In tho direction of Konln,
Kiitno nnd Plock On tho last named
town they threw down two bombs. Trou
ble wllh the motor of their machine made
It necessary for them to land to the
west of Rypln, where a detachment of
Russian onYnlrymen found tdem In the
woods, nnd quickly surrounded them.
At this moment two companies pf Ger
mnn Infantry appeared nnd nttempted
to rescue the airmen, but their attack
was repulsed by the Russians nnd the
aviators nnd their aeroplane, which hod
not been damaged, were brought Into
2 SUBMARINES SUNK,
REPORTED IN LONDON
War Insurance in London
Improves and Cause Laid
to Reported German Dis
asters on Seas.
LONDON, Nov. II.
Tho Times today says that the cheer
ful tone of the war Insuiance mnrkct was
fully maintained jestcrday and was sup
ported by the rumor freely discussed
among shipping ilrnia that tho German
cruiser ICnrlsruhe nt last had been cor
nered Tho Standard report follows:
"There Is every reason to bellevo that
two submarines which hnd been raiding
In the channel have been satisfactorily
ncccounted for. According to Informa
tion from credible naval sources, one of
these submarines had been carrying out
a series of daring reconnalsanccs In the
vicinity of Dover, nnd a patrolling cruis
er reported attempts to torpedo her.
"The patrol flotillas from Dover search
ed for the submarlna and naval men had
reason to believe thnt the vessel wns Hav
ing her power by remaining on the sea
bed for long periods. A keen watch was
kept One culm day bubbles wcro seen
rising at a certain point Vessels dtedged
over this niea In n similar manner to
mine sweeping, but using a powerful
chain with explosives attached. Tho
chain was dragged at a depth that would
catch the submarine If lying there.
"After patrolling several timed over
the nrcn there was a heavy explosion, fol
lowed shortly by laigc iiunntltleu of oil
rising to the surface Those who took
part In tho operation have no doubt that
a German submnrlnc was blown up.
"The second cne concerned a German
submarine which had been particularly
troublesome to ships of tho Dover flotilla
that had been engaged In the honilmrd
ment of the Belgian coast Srnmen say
that she was trapped Into bcllrvinir her
self safo in cao of an attack and then
was heavily shelled nnd sunk."
CITY MORTALITY ,
LIST FOR WEEK
Four Hundred and Ninety
three Deaths, Exceeding by
34 the Number for Same
Period Last Year.
An Increase of jl over the number of
deaths of lust week was recorded this
week nt thn ofllce of the Bureau of
Health. Kour hundred und ninety-three
persons succumbed to CI different diseases
.11 more than In the corresponding week
of last year. Of the 123 children who died,
47 weie less than one ear old.
The tabulated teport for the week
TpphoM fever .. .
Mraeka ... .
Ulnhtnerta . .
Intlurrua (grip).. .
1 piieaies of Kao-
It fleer uf atoniaeh..
I Ulnar nireaaes or
lomach .., 3
4U Diarrhea ami en
teritU (under 1
1 fur S
. uiarrnoav ana en-
lol 8 tcrltla
. tcrltla II to 2
larynx .. ..
terltls -' yeara
aemlnated 1 VPI'aoillcMla and
Cancer of atomacli
C'aiuvr ot IntMtlned
aiut icrltoneum. .
Cancer -f K'nltM
Cancer of breaac..
Cancer or akin ,
Cancer of other or
cerouat . ....
Dlabetea . . . .
Anemia, bloroala. .
Kncephalltla . , .,
Other dieaaa at
Iltla . ,
Other forma ot
Convuliloni ot In
fanta CtioreA .
Neurelgls, and neu-
Other dlaeaaea o(
narvoua naient. .
Dlaaae of the ear.
Heart dlaeaje . ..
Angina pectoris .
ttiaoaaea at iv.rl
Thromboila . .
OiUer dlaea.ea of
Dliaetea of toe tby-
i tiernia ,
8 o( Inteatlnea,
Other dlaaaaea of
Clrihoala of liver
4 Hilary calculi
- Other dlaeaaea of
t liver ..,
4 Hrlght'n diaeaae.
Other dtaca-aea of
11 Dlaeaaes ot proatale
I Uterine tumor
I Puerperal aentl
1 (amla . ,
3 ale, alba dolena .
Oangrene , ,
t JAjtunoIe , ., ,
SO AtMceaa .
Other dlaeese of
1 Other congenital
Other dlataaea of
1 early Infancy...
IBenlllty . ..
1 Suicide bv polaon .
I Sulcld by sauhvxla
2 BulclJe. banging or
a atranaulaikw . ,
, Dttfna . .-.TT
, isiunea By all
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FLEET IN PACIFIC
Leipsig and Dresden, Coal
ing at Valparaiso, Deny
They Took Part in Battle
Off Chilian Coast.
VALPARAISO, Nov. H.
Officers of tho rfcrnian cruisers Leipzig
nnd Dresden, which put Into this port for
supplies and provisions totlny, Insisted
that their ships wero not In action against
ic hUrltlsh squadton of Admiral Cm
dock off Coroncl, the tlrst of this month.
This would menn thnt tho British nnd
German squadrons were equal nt least In
There Is a possibility, however, that the
Germans may have outnumbered the Brit
ish by one warship, ns the Bremen Is
leporled from British sources to have
been engaged. Tin' other German vessels
i Biltlsh wn
Scharnhorst, Gnclsennu and
Opposed to thorn were the
rshlps Good Hope, Monmouth
nnd Glasgow. The Good Hope and Mon
mouth were sent to the bottom.
Appearance of the German cruisers In
tho hnrbor hero tends to confltm tho
statements of their officers, ns they bear
no marks of battle. Both, of course, are
stripped for action, but there ure no In
dications of cither having been tcccntly
The Dresden and Leipzig will sail from
Valparaiso today. Waiting outside tho
harbor for them are three more Gorman
cruisers nnd two trnnsport supply ships.
The fact that only five worships aic ac
counted for in the arrival ot the German
squadron hero Increases tho mystery as
to the cruiser Bremen. The vessels off
the port nre believed to bo tho Scharn
horst, Gnelsennu nnd Nurnbcrg.
Officers of the Leipzig and Dresden wore
nocking to learn the whereabouts of the
British warships still In the Pnclllc.
They obtained no Information here, so
far as la known.
It Is generally believed lieto today that
various reports which have been received
of the Jnpancso licet being In these
waters have been due to tho presenre of
the Gcimait squadron, which wns mis
taken for the Jnpancao.
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FRANCE PAYS $6,000,000
DAILY ASC0ST FOR WAR
November, However, it Million Xcss
BORDHArX, Nov ll.-Tli "fv.'1ie
war to France for the month of 0f"
ber probably will bo somewhat less titan
the monthly ivcrago for August, . ep
tember nnd October. .
A supplementary credit for extraordi
nary expenditures, authorized today, ror
November amounts to 9IO,7i2,MO francs
fllft,13l,0l), bring a daily average of a
Utile above 30.000,000 francs (18.0W.O00).
Tho dally nerngo for the nrst thtee
months of the war was 35,000.000 francs
The navy receives nn cxtrsordlnarj
credit of 4.I7S,000 francs (tMfi.OCO),
Tho Government wll dispense Imme
diately G5.OOOI.000 francs ($13,000,000) for
repairs to the tallrond system. These
have probably been made necessary by
the wear and tear due to transportation
of troops, ,. .
A tolnl of (5,570,00) francs (St.3tl.000l lias
been set aside for tho relief of the un
cmploed, while various smnller amounts
will be used to relieve the suffering In
tho derailments of France which wcro
Invaded by the Germans, but nro now
free of soldiers.
ITALY IMPOSES PENALTY
ON DELAYED KR00NLAND
Fine of 2200 Amnzes American Ma
NUW YORK. Nov. H. Officials of the
International Mercantile Marino Com
pany were nmazctfyestcrday by n noti
fication from the Italian Government thnt
tho company had been fined J2200 be
cause the Red Star liner Kroonlattd,
which arrived tho other day at Naples,
had violated the terms of her Italian
license procured at this port.
The officials suppose that the Italian
A Good Investment
The improved illumination and the enjoy
ment of their beauty well repay an invest
ment in the New Lighting Fixtures. They
create an atmosphere of comfort and ele
gance. The HORN & BRANNEN
427-435 North Broad St.
Short Walk Along Automobile Row
Hif IT1 Tf
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Under the Same Management
Mrs. R. W. Hawkesworth of New York City
will give a series of dances with special features
every Saturday evening commencing
The Famous Ritz-Carlton .
Hotels and Restaurants
have gained a world-wide rep
utation on both land and sea
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" ..wines have cwiaiderttl "'-
the Kreontond was ncia u - , of
"v tha British Admiralty m r mMt
her trip, -which he trwl" ft o1l.
'r. about 12 days ortlnailg. ,.,.,
ets of P""8"8?!?,, 'Could mahe NaP1
ror KyrnTon this trip .
ft fine of tho sort l"1!',1',?" ) ftV8 been
fnnd might as d''dolatnttl by
imposed If sh H" "' tncr nCcl
ilVinwrcck luo collision or oinc
dent of the sen.
SILESIA T0CZAS INVASION
Disaster Back of. Kall tine Bemow"
Obstacle, Says Petrograd.
LONDON. Nov H.
General Von Hlndcnburg was lM
beaten at Kails and driven to the Bile
Z , border, according to Petrograd n.t
VlThe report Is unofficial, but Is pub
lished l-y "'an tiewspapers with the
consent of the censor. Correspondent
nt the front for Petrograd newspaper
telegraph lhat the Germans made n des
rerato effort to defend a line of In
trenchtnents from Kallsz to Czentochown.
but could not stand against th b"0"
attacks of the Russian Infantry. Th
victory Is said to have been ga "ed law.
y ns tho result of the ranM" of the
Russians In sending a large cavalry force
"round the left wing ot General Von Hln-
rmanflacUcd cavalry support.,
sufficient to meet nnd check the turning
movement and when the Russian Infan
try moved forward General von lndn
burg's troops were compelled to retire
swiftly to a new line of defense ccnlrlns
on Ostrovo In Silesia. t....in
The news Is entirely from Russ an
sources, it truo It means that tho Rus
Xnl i havo overflowed the Slleslan bor
der and arc well on their way to Breslau.
will be served every
the opening of the
opera on November
every evening in the
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