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BRITISH ARMT RAD PART IN
RETREAT FROM ANTWERP
London. Dec. 1. —There is one point
in Sir John French's dispatch published
yesterday upon which the London news
papers failed to comment, although it
throw* a strong light upon what has'
been the subject of heated controversy.!
Sir John's references to Genera! Raw
linson show plainly that the British at
tempt to relieve Antwerp was not eou
tined to the landing of the naval bri
Evidently a strong British force as
sisted in the retreat of the Belgian,
army from Antwerp, and General Kan
linson. who commanded it, was not un
der tie orders of General French, but
of Loi>i Kitchener, from whom he re
ceived his instruction direct. General j
Rawlinson's force was only under Gen :
era! French's orders until about Oc
tober 15. These facts dispose entirely
of the theory that Winston Churchill..
Firs: Lord of the Admiralty, solely was
responsible for the measures taken to
Yesterday was the fortieth birthday
of Mr. Churchill, and the newspapers,
except a few of those antagonistic to
him, paid a tribute to his remarkable
career. The seventieth birthday of the .
Queen Mother Alexandra is being cele ,
PENNSYLVANIA MASONS TO
HELP BROTHKRS IX EUROPE
Philadelphia. Deo. I.—The Pennsyl-1
vania Grand Ledge of Masons has of- (
fered its $12,000 emergency relief
fund to alleviate the distress'of their;
orethrea in the wxrring nations of i
Europe. Grand Master J. Henry Wil-i
liams said yesterday that he was in'
communication with the highest Ms
soo* antoont.es in trying to!
ascertain woe tier help was and
if so, in what torn it was wanted. It
t-he $12,000 were not enoust. Mr.
Wiiuaois eaid. members of the order
throughout the State would be called
on for furthtv contributions.
If the gift is accepted. Mr. Wil-;
! :um said, it will be aeed only to re
lieve distress among tie families of
Masons. A; individuals. tie members
of rhe Masonic order in the State have
given tnouaands of dollars to general
war relief funds, and ir is not probable i
that the orde*. as such, will make any
contributions to outside agencies.
Montenegrins Cliun Victory
London. Dec. I.—The Montenegrin
forces have repulsed 14.000 Austrian*
in a four days' battle at the Visegra i
passes and have taken a number of pris
oners. according to an official dispat.'h
from received by the Monte
negrin Consul General here yesterday.
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i GERMAN ARMY IS SPUT INTO THREE PARTS, ONE BEING HEMMED IN NEAR LODZ, t
J The situation la Prised ia called by experts unprecedented. The German army Is split into three 4
♦ parts. The centre, maintaining fortified positions at Strykow and Zgierz, is trying to oat its wmy west to *
"J rejoin the German left wing. The left is partly cut off from its strongest position on the Vistula and against «
♦ it the Banians have mored along a front comprising Glowno. Bielawy, Sobota and Gombin. The right, at *
t Scadeh and Erinnsfrs Wo la. is cut off from the centre, but maintains a thin line of communications with the «
♦ rear and is straggling to unite with a column sent to its assistance from Wielun, about forty miles southwest t
♦ «f Zdunska Wola. It 16 the centze which is ahnoct completely surrounded. *
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SAYS GERMANS RETREAT
WITH SKIUJIND COURACi
London. Dec. 1, 3.17 A. M.—The Pe
trogTad correspondent of the "Dailj
Mail" in a dispatch to his paper testi
ties to the extreme skill and eouragt
with which the Germans are conductLn,
their retreat. He says:
'• Refus.ng to consider surrender as a
possibility and closing their eyes t<
inevitable enormous looses, the Germa
officers ordered their forves to breai
their way out. The Russians were nol
in sufficient strength to close up immo
i diatelv any breach in the surmilditij
forces and at the point where the Gee
mans concentrated their attacks in i ft
der to jots with the other forces in th<
neighborhood of Strvkow the Kirasiaui
i were unable to pile up sufficient troop
to hurl back the desperate onset whiel
the Germans made with the equally
desperate knowledge that their fooc
and ammunition could not last long.'
FUXD-RAISIXti IX PETROGRAD
CAUSED GERMANS' EXPULSIO?
Petrograd. Pec. 1, (via London). —
The "Xovoe Vremya" publishes ai
i explanation of the recent wholesale ex
| pulsion of Germans from the capital
| saving it* was due to the discovery o
subscription lists for the building o
| ships for the German tleet.
The newspaper prints in derail th
amount subscribed, as wall as th<
givers ajrti the collectors, many of th
; names being of those prominent ii
j German manufactures. The paper say
J that many directors and managers o
, important German concerns in Petro
; >ra i or the vicinity took part in col
1 letting the sum, using their employe,
or the wives of their workmen as can
The " Novoe Vremya" alleges tha
the campaign was started by Conn
voa Poiirtalos. the German ambassa
dor to Russia, during the months pre
, ceding the war. in the guise of fundi
for German Lutheran missions ii
heathen countries. '
VOX MOLTKE IX DISGRACE:
SUCCESSOR TO BE XAMEF
Amsterdam, Dec. I.—Major Gener
al Ludendorff has been promoter! t<
the rank of lieutenant general, accord
ing to a dispatch from Berlin, an;
it is supposed That he will replace
Genera! Hekmith von MoKke as ehie!
of the general staff.
London. IVc. I.—General vor
Moftke.' former chief of the Germai
general staff, is a prisoner of thi
Kaiser at Honih.i rz vor Der Hoeiho
one of the German imperial jalaces. in
steed of being ill, according to a dis
patch by the "Daily News'
froai its correspondent at Copenhagen
The news »-as received at Copen
hagen. says the correspondent, by s
letter from Count von MoHke's wife tt
a friend in Denmark. It is alleged thai
General von Mohke's strategical plan;
did not conform with the Kaiser's an'i
that the head of the general staff was
removed by his imperial master.
HARRISBPRG STAR-INDEPENDENT, TUESDAY EVEN I Nil. DECEMBER 1. 1914.
U. S. CONTRABAND ORDER
APPROVED BY GERMANS;
PARTIALITY IS CLAIMED;
( Berlin, Vi* London, Dec. 1, 5.21 A. j
; M.—The Statement of the American I
< Awbaasadw. James W. Oerard, regard
ing contraband is generally reprinted ia
' ihe German praau. Tne " Kreu* Xei
tnug sav» that no objection can be
railed to the standpoint taken, which
jis thoroughly objective and compre
. .^ ouut .^*T n#st y° tt Keventlow. ia the j
Tajjes Zeituug, ' bads tfce American j
j standpoint technically correct, but ar-t
gues that such shipments w hereby only j
j the allies benefit and which constantly j
strengthen the military effort directed |
. against uernuuiy actuallv work out iu
practice as a support of one belligerent
j to the detriment of another and in a |
w«v are contrary to the spirit of neu- j
trality. He makes the suggestion that j
the American government use the j
) weight of its authority in London to se |
cure the delivery of such supplies to
Germany and its allies. He also aavs ;
that the I'nited States will be able I
to demonstrate, by such a practical pal j
icy, indubitably that its neutrality is
The statement credited to Ambassa
dor Gerard is undoubtedly the view ex
pressed bv the I'nited States in its
reply to Germany's protest that Eng
land and France were violating the
declaration of London with regard to
what was contraband.
The reply stated that the United
States withdrew its suggestion, made to
the belligerent countries, that the dec
laration of London t>e adopted as n
temporary code of naval warfare in
the use of the present war and this
was done because of the unwillingness
of some of the belligerents to adopt
the declaration of London without mod
The I'nited States government.
. therefore, the reply went on to say.
would insist that its rights and its du
• ties and tnose of its citizens in the
present war be defined by the existing
rules of international law and the
treaties of the I'nitel States with the
belligerents. It also said that the Unit
ed States government would reserve the
right to enter a demand or protest in
every case where its rights and duties
are violated or their free exercise hin
BACK TO TURKEY AFTER A
PROMISE OF 18 YEARS ACQ
Berlin, Via The Hague and London, 1
Dee. 1, 7.11 A. M.—The return of i
Field Marshal Baron Von Der Goiti to !
Constantinople, according to the '' Lok
al Anseiger," is due to a promise made ;
' to the Sultan by Von Der Goltr. when I
he left the Turkish service eighteen,
years ago to return if Turkey ever!
' needed his services. The field marshal
renewed this promise to Sultan Meh
mod when he visited Constantinople in
1010. The Sultan, it appears, recalled
his piomise and asked the Kinperor to
loan Von Der Ooltr. and his stalT to
Turkey d<rring the
Lieutenant General Von Oswald, of
Wttrtemberg. who was taken from the
retired list and given command of a
landwehr infantry brigade, has beeu
killed in battle in the west.
Lieutenant Generals Henning. rom
mander of an infantry division; Benne
and Von Grumbkeu. the latter com
mander of an infantry brign le, have
died of illness resulting from strenuous
Students to Aid Belgians
London, Dei-. I.—More than 20
American undergraduates at Oxford,;
Rhodes scholars and others, have ap
plied to the American Commission for,
Relief ia Belgium for appointments to
go to Belgium for six weeks of Christ
mas vacation as distributers of food
which the commission is sending into
the country. At least ton of those ap
plying will be sent on December 5 to
Brussels and other Belgian cities. These
Oxford volunteers will pay their own
Destroyer In Collision
Ijondon. Dec. I.—A British destroyer
has arrive«l at the Kiver Tees, baity
damaged ia the stern as the result of
a collision with a trawler in the North
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Wireless Tower on Island
Boston, Mass., Doe. I.—A tall tower (
I believed to be part of a wireless plant j
s-et up by a belligerent nation, was j
sighted 011 Toro Cay, an isolated spot j
in the Caribbean Sea, by officers of the
Bteamer San Jose, who reported it up
on the arrival of their vessel yester
day. Captain M> Kiiinon, of the San
I Jose. said the structure, whioh appear-1
ed to be of steel frames, was a new
Want Peace Prize Given to Belgians'
Copenhagen, Dec. 1. —The Scandi
navian press greatly favors £he proposal :
1 to donate the Nobel peace prize to the
j Belgian refugees. The newspapers say j
this would be in accontance with the i
ideas of Dr. Alfred B. Nobel.
Shamokin Aids Belgians
Shamokin, Pa., Dec. I.—One hun- j
! dred dollars subscribed by the Hebrews j
; of this place to Beigian war sufferers!
was sent to a relief committee ia Phila-'
delphia yeefeiviay, along with 925 sub
scribed by the Welsh Church Sunday
War Veteran to Die in Chair
New York, Dec. 1. —Thomas Tar
pey, 337 Bridge street, Brooklyn, a
Take Care of Your Eyes and
They'll Take Care of You
For advice, consult
111 H lilll Hiiw
j veteran of the Boer war, who was con-|
I victed of murder in the first degree!
' for shooting and killing Michael
Khrea, night watchman at the Kobert
: Gair factories, was sentenced vester-1
; day by Supreme Court Justice Kelby
in Brooklyn, to die in the electric '
! chair January 10.
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For best heating results burn
Kelley's Ooal—direct from the
richest veins in Pennsylvania's
mines to our yards, where every
; ton is protected from the weather.
i And every order, large or small,
is screened before weighing to in
sure the delivery of coal that is fit
to burn in your furnace.
Many people burn Kelley'«
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VIEWS ON O. 0. P. OUTLOOK
Reminds "Uncle Joe" of a Negro
Horse Thief and His Trill
Ohfoago, 111., Dec. I.—"Unel« Joe"
■ Cannon was asked yesterday what he
thought of the outlook for the Hej>ub
lican party in 1916, and he answered
witlh a story.
" A black m»n was arrested for "horse
stealing while I was prosecuting at
torney in Vermillion county," he said.
'' He was placed on trial after being
duly indicted. When his day in court
fame he was solemnly taken before
the judgo aiul I read the charge in
the indictment to Tiini.
" 'Are yon guilty or not?' I asked.
"The black niau rolled uneasily in
his chair. ' Well, boss,' he Anally 'broke
curt, 'ain't dat the very thing -we are
about to try T' "
Exonerated in Fatality
Reading, Pa., Dec. I.—Benjamin P.
Hettiwger, prominent Insurance man,
was exonerated by the Coroner's jury
last night of the Seaitth of FVarik Reed,
a farmer, of Wernersville, who died from
a fractured skull sustained in collision
between *hi« team and HwtStinger's auto
mobile an Thanksgiving night. The
jury attributed the collision to reckless
driving on the part of Reed.
Death for Two on Scaffolds
Norristown, Pa., Dec. I.—By the!
collapse of scaffolding on a new build
ing of the Norristown Supply Company
Arthur Norman was killed and his son,
John, slightly hurt. In a similar acci
dent at the Montgomery County Home
I Jonathan Dewees, of Conshohocken,
I broke his neck and died instantly.
Murder Suspect Released
Miami, Fla., Dec. I.—R. B. Ward,
arrested Saturday night in connection
with t!lie death of A. A. Boggs and his
daughter, iMarjorie, whose charred
bodies were found last Wednesday in
the ruin* of their home, near here was
released from custody yesterday. Ward
clearly estaibliwhed am alibi.
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Balmy climate, charming aocial We,
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