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BRITISH IN THE TRENCHES AT LIERRE
food Pricet in Germany
Show Remarkable Rite
NEWS NOTES OF
America'$ Debt to London
Does Not Reach Rilliont
STORY OF LODZ
Berlin — The effects of the war on
New York An international bank
the prices of provisions had, unlit late
lug house, with influential British
connections received a cable from l,on
in October, hardly made itself appar
don touching on the statement of
Chancellor Lloyd George, in the house
In the last few days, however, a
of commons recently that this coun
sharp general rise his set in, embrac
try's debt to Great Britain aggregated
ing practically everything to eat ex
$6,000,000,000. The cable intimates
cept meats, which, owing to Germany’s
that the statement of the chancellor of
unusually large stock of swine, have
the exchequer was misinterpretatod
risen little, and in some cases not at The Turkish embassy at Rome says and that British bankers estimate the
of this country's obligations to Great Army Is Cut Off From Sup
the Egyptian advance guard on amount
Vegetables have practically disap that
not exceeding $260,000,000, ply oí hood and Ammunition;
peared from the market. Some lentils Turks.
the maximum named by Sir
Surrender by Thousands.
are to be had, but only inferoir culls.
Beans are scarce and hulled |>eas are Thanksgiving Day found 7,000,000
during his receint visit to
not to be had. Prices of pess and starving Belgians in dire want of ufllcial,
- The Petrograd corres|xind-
ilentils have risen from 7 cents, the bread and only half enough to ap|>eaae New York bankers believe that Mr. enl London
of the Morning Poet aays that
price before the war, to 16 cents, and their hunger.
the full details of the Russian
it is predicted that they will shortly A young Portland streetcar con amount of American securities held by when
in Poland are available they
cost much more. The government re ductor
electrocuted in a bath tub bankers and individuals of Great Brit will furnish
a story that will astonish
cently confiscated all coffee held at when he was reached
the world a story telling of a blow to
Hamburg by English wsrehouses, but electric light. kup to turn off the havo this country's obligations to Eng Germany's
flnest troops such as had
even with this, the supply is running
and her colonies ever amounted not been dealt
since the days of Na-
short and prices have increased mark Promotion of officers in the U. S. land
the colossal sum said to have been poleon.
navy is declared to be too alow, and to
The Daily Mail's Petrograd corres
Fresh oranges or lemons are rarely General Blue says officers are worn out It was also pointed out by bankers pondent,
in common with other
to be had, there are no bananas and before they reach higher grades.
that many American railroad notes and Petrograd who,
correspondents, hints that
pineapples, except the canned stock, Fifteen regiments of Russian sold other
Is to come still bigger news
and with the entrance of Turkey into iers, with 70 barge loads of ammuni ish and French banks and investors there
arti unable at this time to
the war. the supply of dates and figs tion,
have arrived in the Servian town were to mature within the next few transmit, says
the pdssibillty which
probably will be cut off.
months. Arrangements have been seemed to exist that
Kaduievats, to aid that country.
the German forces
Cold storage stocks of eggs have of Dispatches
Petrograd state demands when due, ‘partly by further which escaped the enveloping move
been greatly reduced, and it will be that the German from
east of Iaxlz would succeed in
lines in Russian Po
but a short time before there will be
of gold to Canada, to be ment
near Strykow and
none to be had. The Berlin chamber land have been seriously disorganized, shipments
to the credit of the Bank of joining tho through
rest of the German forces
that a great army is surrounded by placed
of commerce points to the somewhat and
surprising fact that Germany produces the Russians.
meet the maturing New York City now This ap|>ears
force, ad is the corres
only 6 per cent of its egg supply, the A British aviator dropiwd a bomb to
the greater jiart of which have pondent, is fighting
its way bark In
remaining 96 per cent coming from squarely on a German ammunition notes,
already been liquidated.
the direction of the Vistula, under a
Sheerness, Eng., via London — The Italy and Denmark.
terrible artillery tire, which is causing
was heard and felt many miles along
an appalling loss of life. The Ger
British battleship Bulwark was de Potatoes have reached prices which the
are reported to be short of both
stroyed by a terrific explosion as she
at Spy by Germans mans
as a result of being
here Thursday. There were Italy’s Entry in War Forecast. factory explanation to the United New York — Edward Bright, an cut off from shells,
only 14 survivors from the crew of 700
government for firing on an American citizen, graduate ot Colum The following statement from the
London—Everything known in Lon States
or 800 men who were aboard.
launch that attempted to bia, and formerly editor of the Baptist Russian general staff was made public
In the opinion of naval men it was the early entry into the war of Italy enter a Turkish
Examiner, Is under arrest at Goetting toin “On Petrograd
an internal explosion that put an end The Italian reservists residing here
tho left bank of the Vistula our
battleship, which for 12 years have been summoned to the colors A dispatch to the Havas agency spy, according to information received troops, advancing from the lower part
Wilson Expresses Hope That Both to had the done
service at home and abroad The officers were called home several from Athens says advices received in by his wife in this city. Mrs. Bright of the Bzura river, have reached Gom-
Sides Will See Duty to Com and lately had
the Greek capital from Mitylene state got word recently that her husband bln.
been doing her part in
munity and Keep Unity.
that a Turkish mine-layer has been tor was imprisoned on October 17, and, “ In the renter of the battle line we
guarding England's shores. There was weeks
Should the moment arrive,” said pedoed and sunk in the Bosphorus.
no great upheaval of water such as an “ official,
after appealing to the State depart captured the town of Hrxesiny and the
would have occurred if she had been to sweep all “ when
ment at Washington, she decided to villages in the valley of the Mroga
or struck by a mine.
river. In some places we dislodged
Washington, D. C.—President Wil torpedoed
her information public.
would bring not only
Instead, the ship was enveloped in self-preservation
Germans by bayonet attacks. Our
son announced Monday the appoint smoke
Italy but the entire Balkan world into set forth that the French losses, up to resided at Goettingen nearly ten years, offensive
in this region continues.
ment of Seth Low, of New York; cleared nothing could be seen but line against the German-Turkish November 1, were 130,000 men killed, Mrs. Bright said. Mrs. Bright with “ Between
Hrzcxmy and Glowno our
Charles W. Mills, of Philadelphia, and wreckage floating on the water.
will not brook the prospect of General Carranza has established a fore the war began. Her first news against the German in infantry.
Patrick Gilday, of Clearfield. Pa., as a Houses in towns seven and eight simply
overthrow of its separate and di temporary seat of .government at Vera regarding her husband's plight came the retreat of the enemy wo raptured
miles away were shaken by the the
commission through which future dif explosion
and even before men on
Cruz, from which point he will conduct in a letter dated October 26, written a number of field guns, some with
ferences between operators and miners ships anchored
near by could reach
campaign against General Villa and by a maid in the Brights' Goettingen their teams complete. We are com
involved in the present Colorado strike their own decks, the Bulwark had dis
Peace Sear, Lloyds Think. a Zapata,
This was confirmed by a puting the number of prisoners cap
appeared. The neighborhood was London—Remarkable optimism rel City. who have occupied Mexico household.
may be settled.
same city October 30, tured.
The commission, officials explained, strewn with an enormous amount of ative to the duration of the war pre
friend, who said her “ Among the German troops we
was not appointed to deal with the ex wreckage, while pieces of the ship vails in financial and insurance circles It is said in Petrograd that the re husband had appealed
to the American l>u*hed bark from Rzgow and Tuszyn
isting differences which have caused were thrown six or seven miles onto in London. The Lloyd policies irvdi port published in the Bourse Gazette consul and to Ambassador
Gerard and toward Brzeziny was a division of the
rioting and bloodshed in Colorado. the Essex shore.
cate that betting now is 10 to 6 that that Russia, France and Great Britain that the consul at Hanover diad prom Prussian Guard.
Hywel Davies and W. R. Fairley, Considering the size of her navy. the war will be ended by March 31. were endeavoring to secure the re ised to mako a trip to Goettingen to “ In the region of Hgiers and Stry
opening of the Dardanelles is a pure investigate. Mrs. Bright notified the kow we attacked the Germans towsrd
the conciliators who have been at
tempting to settle the strike for sev
State department, which cabled to the l<odz. Between Sgiera and Zdunpka
eral months, will continue in their ef WAR AND PEACE IN CHAMPAGNE COUNTRY
consul at Hanover and received word Wola some German troops are still
forts to have the operators and miners
that Ambassador Gerard had “ request holding themselves in their trenches.
movement are confirmed by the Russ- ed
agree on a settlement of the present
“ In general, between the Vistula
an early investigation.”
koye Slovo, of Petrograd, which says The
the Warta, the fighting fs favor
that the movement had its beginning offense is not definitely known.
In a statement announcing the ap
able to our arms.”
pointment of the commission, the
A Rome dispatch says the Russian
Mr. Bright was born in Yonker, embassy
all Arabs who are fit for military serv New
President expressed “ the very earnest
that the battle of
ice have declared their readiness for a of the late Dr. Edward Bright, whom Lodz has announces
and sincere hope that the parties may
see it not merely to their own best in
forces. Several German divisions
terest, but also a duty which they owe
were annihilated and many German
“The situation at present does not Examiner. He gave up this work to generals
to the communities they serve and to
were killed, it adds: The
the nation itself to make use of this
German front has been broken in sev
instrumentality of peace and render
eral places and a decision is imminent.
the house of commons, replying to a General Von Rindenburg
strikes of the kind which has threat
One German corps, including nearly
ened the order and prosperity of the
60,000 men, having surrendered, a sec
great State of Colorado a thing of the
that negotiations with the football Amsterdam—A dispatch from Thorn, ond corps that has been rut off from
magnates were progressing from East Prussia, gives an army order is the main army in the battle of Lodz,
The President announced in his
satisfactory results were ex sued by General von Hindenburg, com Russian Poland, was completely routed,
statement that the commission will
according to a Petrograd dispatch re
mander of the German army in Rus ceived via Paris.
place itself “ at the service alike of the
Cardinal Aristides Cavallari, patri sian Poland, saying: “ In the the se
miners and the operators of the mines
arch of Venice, is dead.
vere fighting lasting several days my Great Britain Still Rat
of Colorado in case controversy be
to a standstill the ad
tween them should in the future de
Richard Croker, former leader of vance brought
Confidence in Naval Power
velop circumstances which would ren
Tammany Hall, is soon to be married. Russian army.” numerically superior
der mediation the obvious way of
— The British government,
The army order repeats the contents while regretting
peace and just settlement."
its naval losses dur
of a telegram sent by Emperor Wil ing the war, is apparently
Mr. Wilson added that “ merely to
in no fear
liam congratulating General von Hin
withdraw the Federal troops and leave
its predominance in number of
denburg on his new success, thanking that
the situation to settle itself would
craft will be threatened ser
One week’s exports from the U. S. him and his troops for the protection fighting
seem to me to be doing something less
than my duty after all that has oc
exceeds the imports by more than they afforded to the Eastern frontier “ Britain can lose a superdread-
and promoting the grneral to the rank naught every month for 12 months
curred. ’ ’
Field Marshal. The army order con without a single loss to the enemy,”
The original basis of agreement
A German aeroplane with two avi cludes
offered by the President included the
Winston Spencer Churchill, first
French troops marching through a valley of the champagne cousUF» ators has been captured by cossacks 24 “ I am
establishment of a three years’ truce, whare
proud of having reached the said
the admiralty, in the house of
subject to the enforcement of the min
highest military ranks at the head of commons,
“and yet be in as good a po
The airmen had dropped several bombs such
ing and labor laws of Colorado, the
as she was at the
return to work of miners who had not Great Britain has been singularly free Not long ago the betting was 6 to 1
been convicted of law violations, the from disaster of this character. Nev there would be no peace within a year, New rates ot pay tor English army manner inflicted the greatest losses on Mr. Churchill declined to discuss
prohibition of intimidation of union or ertheless when the French warship The military situation in the East is officers showing increases of from 10 the enemy, more than 60,000 prisoners, such topics as the naval engagement
150 guns and about 200 machine guns off Heligoland, the destruction of the
nonunion men and the appointment of Jena was destroyed by an internal ex- regarded as favorable and little anx to
26 per cent are announced in an have
a grievance committee by the em-1 plosion in 1907 all cordite ammunition iety is felt for the safety of the allies army
fallen into our hands. But the
cruisers Monmouth and Good
ployes. It is provided that in cases was taken from all the British ships left wing in the west, in spite of the captain is raised from $3 to $3.60, and enemy is not yet annihiliated. There British
off the coast of Chile and the
where the officers of the company and and carefully examined. Refrigera massing of German reinforcements for a lieutenant from $2 to $2.60. fore, go forward with God for our king Hope
British naval expedition in Antwerp
the grievance committees could not tors were installed in the ships to keep against it.
and the fatherland till the Inst Russian prior
the fall of the Belgian for
is subdued and at our feet. Hurray!” tress, to asserting
settle differences, a commission of the powder cool.
such discussion would
three men named by the President The Bulwark, which was one of the
Rain Is Arkansas’ Hope.
he was able to re
should step in and act as the final re- j older battleships, cost £1,000,000 ($5,- Little
Serbs Stubbornly Resist.
Rock—The great smoke cloud that all points of military significance
veal all the facts. Instead, he went
feree of all disputes.
Vienna, via Amsterdam and London on to give a few details regarding the
It is believed here that the explosion from hundreds of forest fires which in Zeebrugge were subjected to a se —An
official announcement issued work tho British navy was performing.
of the Bulwark was caused by the fall lifted in Little Rock Thursday again vere bombardment'by two British bat
Persians Oppose Allies.
Berlin — The official news bureau
Convict Demands Wages.
possible to see more than two or three feeble. The extent of the damage “ On the Southern front the enemy
says: It is reported from Constanti in her magazine.
blocks even on well-lighted streets. done is unknown. The British ships is offering stubborn resistance and is Providence R. I.—Arguments on the
ReportB indicate that similar conditions returned safe.
nople that the larger part of Northern
Delayed Reward Large.
endeavoring to delay the advance by constitutionality of the law authoriz
prevailed all over the state. The only
Persia has been aroused to hostile ac Montville,
ing the state to mako contracts selling
tion against Russia, and that in South 000 is the reward which has been hope of extinguishing the fires is a An official statement issued by the heavy counter attacks. On the East the
labor of prisoners without oom-
ern Persia the movement against Great
them were heard before the
Britain is increasing. Prince Abbas given to Henry A. Bolles, of this offers little hope of this. That any
Rhode Island Supreme court. On the
and Prince Osman, relatives of the place, for saving a little girl from considerable setback was given to the have violated the neutrality of Cehile “Our troops, advancinrg beyond Val- ground
that such enforced servitude
Khedive of Egypt, have been banished drowning in the Thames river 28 years fires by rains in portions of the burning by staying for several days in the Juan jevol and to the south have reached on the part
of a prisoner is slavery and
district was not indicated in reports.
by the British authorities on the charge
ships, seizing coal and provisions and the line from Suvotor to Uzice.”
of engaging in an anti-British conspir Mr. Trumbull, of New York City, and
slavery without making an exception
sinking the French bark Valentine a
acy. Seven foreigners disguised as had fallen overboard from her father’s
against convicts, the national commit
hodjas were taken before a court mar yacht. Mr. Bolles, a boatman at that London — The Daily Mail’s Copen half mile from the Chilean coast.
on prison labor is pressing the suit
tial in Constantinople for conspiracy. time, said be remembered that the hagen correspondent says Germany has Reports are current in Washington, San Antonio, Tex. — That General tee
a garment company which
father asked his name, but he had demanded that the Swedish govern D. C., that General Blanco, in charge Jose Ynez Salazar has been murdered against
for prisoners’ labor.
Croker to Wed Indian Maid. Trumbull died recently and Mr. Bolles ment suppress unfriendly utterances of Mexico City, may abandon his post was the assertion here of Elfego Bara,
against Germany in Swedish news as Villa nears.
attorney for General Salazar. Senor
New York — Ketaw Kaluntuchy,
Germans" Say No Change.
Bara said he believed Salazar's escape Berlin
whose grandfather, Chief Sequoy, was has just been notified of the bequest. papers. It is said Germany has threat
ened reprisals in the event of non- Switzerland has lodged protests at from prison at Albuquerque, N. M., given out — in An
a Cherokee warrior and wise man, is
London and Bordeaux against the vio was planned and executed by his ene “ English ships
Kaiser’s Coat is Captured.
the bride-to-be of Richard W. Croker,
did not attack the
lation of Swiss neutrality by British mies, after which they murdered him. coast of Flanders ngain
who used to be the “ big chief” of Petrograd — The Army Messenger
Tammany Hall. Her father, a Scotch asserts that among the trophies taken
Kaiser’s Son Recovering.
have been no actual changes along the
man, married Princess Sequoyah, the by theptussians at Czenetochowa was Amsterdam — “Prince August Wil Telegraphing from Athens, the cor
battle front in the western arena. To
Indian chief’s daughter. This devel Emperor William’s carriage, which liam, fourth son of the German em respondent of the Havas agency says I.ondon — The Weekly Dispatch’s the
of Langemarck, we have
oped Thursday when a marriage license contained one of the emperor’s coats. peror, who was injured in a motor car the Turkish government has forbidden Boulogne correspondent says: “The taken north
of houses and made a
was issued to Richard Welsted Croker, The Messenger also says:
accident, is improving, but complete
of the triple entente pow- Germans have collected 700,000 men in number of prisoners.
73 years old, no occupation, and Miss “The Germans are making attack recovery will take a long time,” says all , subjects
with the exception of women and the neighborhood of Arras, where they the Argonne region haa Our
Beulah Benton Edmondson, 23 years after attack in an attempt to break the the Berlin correspondent of the Tele- of children under 18 years old, to leave are preparing to break through the progress. French attacks in the further
old. a singer.
Russian forces, but without success.’’ ! graaf.
the Ottoman territory.
borhood of Apremont were repulsed.”
Resume of World’s Important
Events Told in Brief.
PRESIDENT NAMES BRITISH
CP; SOO OF CREW PERISH
Perpetual Peace in Colorado
Mines Is Sought.
German Losses Greatest Since
Battles of Napoleon.