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STORY OF LODZ
German Losses Greatest Since
Battles of Napoleon.
Great Army Is Cut Off From Sup
ply of Food and Ammunition;
Surrender by Thousands.
London The Petrograd correspond
ent of the Morning Post Bays that
when the full details of the Russian
victory in Poland are available they
will furnish a story that will astonish
the world a story telling of a blow to
dermany g finest troops such as had
not been dealt since the days of Napoleon.
I he Daily Mail s Petrograd corres
pondent, who, in common with other
Petrograd correspondents, hints that
there is to come still bigger news
which they are unable at this time to
transmit, says the possibility which
seemed to exist that the German forces
which escaped the enveloping move
ment east of Lodz would succeed In
breaking through near Strykow and
joining the rest of the German forces
now appears hopeless.
This German force, adds the corres
pondent, is lighting its way back in
the direction of the Vistula, under a
terrible artillery fire, which is causing
an appalling loss of life. The Ger
mans are reported to be short of both
food and shells, as a result of being
cut off from their base.
The following statement from the
Russian general staff was made public
toin Petrograd Friday night:
"On the left bank of the Vistula our
troops, advancing from the lower part
of the Bzura river, have reached Gom-
"in tne center of the battle line we
captured the town of Brzeziny and the
villages in the valley of the Mroga
river. In some places we dislodged
the Germans by bayonet attacks. Our
offensive in this region continues.
Between Brzeziny and Glowno our
cavalry succeeded in several charges
against the German infantry. During
the retreat of the enemy we captured
a number of field guns, some with
their teams complete. We are com
puting the number of prisoners cap
Among tne Uerman troops we
pushed back from Rzgow and Tuszyn
toward Brzeziny was a division of the
"In the region of Sgiers and Stry-
kow we attacked the Germans toward
Lodz. Between Sgiers and Zdunska
Wola Borne German troops are still
holding themselves In their trenches.
In general, between the Vistula
and the Warta, the fighting is favor
able to our arms.
A Rome dispatch says the Russian
embassy announces that the battle of
Lodz has been renewed with fresh
forces. Several German divisions
were annihilated and many German
generals were killed, it adds: The
German front has been broken in sev
eral places and a decision is imminent.
One German corps, including nearly
bu,uuu men, having surrendered, a sec
ond corps that has been cut off from
the main army in the battle of Lodz,
Russian Poland, was completely routed,
according to a Petrograd dispatch re
ceived via Paris.
Great Britain Still Has
Confidence in Naval Power
London The British government,
while regretting its naval losses dur
ing the war, is apparently in no fear
that its predominance in number of
fighting craft will be threatened ser
"Britain can lose a superdread
naught every month for 12 months
without a single loss to the enemy,"
said Winston Spencer Churchill, first
lord of the admiralty, in the house of
commons, "and yet be in as good a po
sition of superiority as she was at the
outbreak of the war."
. Mr. Churchill declined to discuss
such topics as the naval engagement
off Heligoland, the destruction of the
British cruisers Monmouth and Good
Hope off the coast of Chile and the
British naval expedition in Antwerp
prior to the fall of the Belgian for
tress, asserting such discussion would
be profitless until he was able to re
veal all the facts. Instead, he went
on to give a few details regarding the
work the British navy was performing.
Peace talk Denounced.
Berlin, via London The Cologne
Gazette declares that the reports of
a German desire for peace, which it
says are probably inspired by the
British, belong to the "region of
higher political idiocy." "The posi
tion of the Germans, neither in the
East nor West," it continues, "is crit
ical. German military undertakings on
all the battlefields are progressing fa
vorably. Neither the military nor the
political situation contains any reason
which might make Germany desirous
to conclude peace."
Italian Accuse France.
Berlin Dispatches appearing in
Italian newspapers are to the effect
that molestation of Italian shipping by
the French is part of a systematic
plan of the French to divert the mari
time trade of Genoa to Marseilles.
Word comes from Rome that in North
ern Italy there is much feeling against
bngland, many foundries being closed
because of the Be i sure of copper and
lead. British imports in October, ac
cording to Rome reports, decreased 40
per cent, and the exports 60 per cent,
as compared with last year.
Germans' Say No Change.
Berlin An official announcement
given out in Berlin sayt:
"hnghsh ships did not attack the
coast of Flanders again Friday. There
have been no actual changes along the
battle front in the western arena. To
the north of Langemarck. we have
taken a group of houses and made a
number of prisoners. Our attack in
the Argonne region has made further
progress. French attacks in the neigh
borhood of Apramont were repulsed."
Portland. Oata were 'again the
strongest feature or tne grain market.
ana xdz.bo was Did lor any quantity
May , delivery at the session of the
Merchants' Exchange. Only one lot
of 100 tons was available at this fig'
ure, however. For prompt delivery
zb.du was Did wun no sellers.
The export demand for oats Is like
ly to keep the market firm as long as
the supply lasts. The British steamer
Lowther Range has sailed with 3500
tons of oats for England. The Den of
Alrlie took out 500 tons, and 100 tons
wa on tne at. Hugo.
The barley market is bIbo firm. In
California there is a sharp foreign de
mand and export .lnauirles have also
been received here, but at current
prices European business is not yet
ppssiDie in tne nortnwest.
The call for January club was the
leature ol trading In the wheat mar
ket. Four 5000-bushel lots were sold
The week opened with a quieter hop
mantel, Dut prices were on a steadv
basis. The Schmidt crop of 186 bales
at Aurora was bought by H. L. Hart
at 11 cents.
In California, buying has been heavy,
according to advices received by deal
ers. The Uhlmanns purchased 750
bales of Eocramentos at 7 and 8
cents. Flannagan & Faust sold 822
bales of Sacramentos at 7 cents. Sales
of Sonomas included the crop of J.
Williams, 291 bales, to Ballerd & Hunt
at 10 1-8 cents; Sanford Bros.' crop of
250 bales at 9 cents and other lots at
SYt to 9 cents.
Imports of hops in September, ac
cording to official statistics, were 24,-
842 pounds, compared with 98,092 in
the same month last year. Exports
were 483,986 pounds, compared with
2,867,148 last year; total imports at
New York up to November 14 were
w neat ma: bluestem, si.17 per
Dusnei; rorty-fold, ?1.16; club,
31.13; red Russian, $1.08; red fife,
Oats No. 1 white feed, $28.50.
Barley No. 1 feed, $24.50; brewing,
zd.vu; nran, za.uu; snorts, XZ3.50.
Mlllfeed Snot prices: Bran. 1
$24.50 per ton; shorts, $2626.50; roll
ed Daney, wi.wwzsM.
Corn Whole, $36 per ton; cracked
$3Y per ton. .
Hay Eastern Oregon timothy, $15
15.50; grain hay, $1011; alfalfa,
Jl.i.suw 14; valley timothy, $13Spl4.
Eggs Fresn Oregon ranch, case
count, 40c; candled, 42c; storage,
zicpauc; iresn, eastern, ibt&iV&o.
Poultry Hens, 13c: springs. 13c
turkeys, ordinary 1819c; culls 16
17c; live 17(8)180; dressed (choice)
zvmie; ducks, 1014c;
Butter Creamery, prints, extras
43c per pound in case lots; cmore
m less than case lots; cubes, 31c.
Cheese Oregon triplets, Jobbers'
buying price, 16c per pound f. o. b.
dock Portland; Young Americas, 16c
Veal Fancy, ll12c per pound.
Fork Block, loc per pound.
Vegetables Cucumbers, 6075c
per doz. ; eggplant, 7c pound : peppers.
67c per pound; artichokes. 90c per
doz.; tomatoes, SOcti'Jl per crate:
cabbage, lc per pound; peas, 10c
per pound; beans, 6(s7c per pound
celery, 50 75c per pound; cauliflower,
40 75o per dozen; sprouts, 8o per
pound; head lettuce, $1.86 2 per
crate; pumpkins, lc per pound
squash, lc per pound.
Green Fruits Apples. 65c$1.60
per box; casabas, l"4c per pound;
pears, $11.25; grapes, 7Bc$1.75 per
crate; cranberries, $8)9 per barrel.
Potatoes Oregon, 7586c per sack
Idaho, 85c; Yakima, 85c$l; sweet
potatoes, 2c per pound.
Unions yellow, 860900 per sack.
Hops 1914 crop, 8iS)llc: 1913 crop,
Wool Valley, 1718o; eastern Ore
gon, 1620c nominal.
Mohaii" 1914 clip, 27c per pound.
Cascara Bark Old and new, 4c per
Cattle Prime steers,- $7.00 7.50;
choice, $6.5006.75; medium, $6,250
50; choice cows, $5.7506.25; medium
$5.25 (2 5.75: heifers. $5.25 6.25:
calves, $6.0008.00; bulls, $3.004.75;
Hogs Light, $7.007.45; heavy.
tsneep wethers. S4.005.60: ewes.
$4.uuij?5.00; lambs, $5.006.50.
Seattle. There is considerable ac
tivity in apples, hut prices are not
quotably higher. One of the apple
features during the week was the re
ceipt of several carloads of Jonathans
from the upper -Columbia district It
has been noted that the larger sizes
are watery, with defective cores, but
the run of medium and small stock is
well adapted to the trade, and will
prove good sellers. Prices are 75c to
There Is a good undertone to the lo-
val vegetable market, and the feeling
reaches. Into practically every staple
offered, root stock and hothouse goods
predominating. The demand for local
celery Is good, the newer arrivals of
the golden hearts stimulating the de
mand. Prices are 4060c. Hothouse
leaf lettuce Is no longer one of the
leading vegetable staples as In days
gone by. It has been a drug on the
market this season. Crate lots are
selling at 4050c. The Improved qual
ity of California head stock has prac
tically forced the local offerings oft
There has been a liberal supply of
local cabbage, which Is selling at
steady prices at 76c$l.
Kggs Select ranch, 4446c per dz.
Poultry Live hens, 10ffl)16o per lb:
old roosters, 10c per lb; 1914 broilers,
11c per lb; ducklings, 1213o per lb;
geese, 10c per lb; guinea fowl, $6 per
doz; turkeys, live, 20o per lb: do.
dressed, 2223c per lb.
Apples Cooking, 6060o per box;
Jonathans, 75c$l per box; Winter
Bananas, $1.251.50 per box; Kings,
76c$l per box; Delicious, $1.2501.50
per box; Spitzenbergs, 75cJl.25 per
Grapes Malagas, $11.15 per ert:
Black Emperors, $1.16 per crate; Cor
nichons, $1 per crate.
Vegetables. Artichokes, 85cjf$lpr.
doz.; beans, green, 1012c per lb;
bell peppers, California, 80,-lb. boxes,
$1.50; beets, new, $101.25 per sack:
cabbage, local, 75c$l per 100 lbs.;
red, 1940 per lb; celery, 4060o per
Honey $3.253.50 per case.
Pears Beurre Easter, $1.25 per
box; Beurre Anjou, 75c$l per box
Quinces $1.251.75 per box. '
Walnuts 18c per lb.
Dressed Beef Prime beef steers.
1212c per lb; cows. lH412o per
lb; heifers, 12c per lb.
Dressed Veal MMe per lb.
Dressed Hogs Whole, naeklnr
house, 8(4luc per lb.
Dressed Spring Lamb 12813c ner
U. S. WILL MAKE
OWN WAR RULES
Declaration of London Rejected
by United States.
Washington Prepares to Protect
Alt Legitimate Commerce on
High Seat of World.
Washington, D. C. The decided
stand taken by the United States gov
ernment in refusing to accept piece
meal adoption of the principles of the
declaration of London as a guide to
commercial restrictions to be imposed
during the European war was made
clear at the State department when
the text of a cablegram sent to Am
bassador Gerard at Berlin on October
14 last was made public.
Mr. Gerard had communicated a pre
liminary notice that Germany intended
to protest to this governoment against
alleged violation of the , declaration by
Great Britain and France.
The German ambassador. Count
Bernstorff, called at the State depart
ment Thursday to lodge the formal
complaint, and the text of the reply
cabled to Ambassador Gerard, copies
of which went to all American diplo
matic representatives abroad, was
then made public. It follows:
Please inform the German govern
ment that the department's suggestion
made to the belligerent countries for the
adoption for the sake of uniformity of
the declaration of London as a tempor
ary code of naval warfare for use in
the present war has been withdrawn
because of the unwillingness of some
of the belligerents to adopt the declar
ation of London without modification.
The United States government
therefore insists that the rights and
duties of those of its citizens in the
present war be defined by the existing
rules of international law and the
treaties of the United States with the
belligerents, independently of the pro
visions of the declaration and this gov
ernment will reserve the right to enter
a demand or protost in every case in
which the rights and duties mentioned
above and defined by existing rules of
international law are violated or their
free exercise hindered by the' authori
ties of the belligerent governments."
The message was signed bv Counsel
lor Lansing, then acting secretary of
The declaration of London, framed
at an international conference in Lon
don, from which it draws its designa
tion, was designed as a uniform naval
procedure for war times to be recog
nized by all powers participating in
the conference. 1 ...
It set out definite declarations as to
what articles should be considered con
traband of war and defined the rights
of neutral shipping. The declaration
was generally viewed as marking a
great advance over the conflicting
practices the several nations had ap
plied during periods of belligerency,
with most unsatisfactory results to
neutral shipping. It has never been
ratified, however, by all of the powers
which participated in the conference.
The United States and Germany are
among the powers which have recorded
their acceptance of the declaration.
while Great Britain has not taken this
One article of the declaration pro
vides that it shall be binding as be
tween belligerent powers only on those
by which it has been ratified.
boon after the outbreak of the
European war it became evident that,
while they recognized in . a general
way the spirit of the declaration, some
of the belligerent powers intended to
insist on great modifications of im
portant details, basing their action on
the fact that they had not formally
ratified the convention. ;
Since the declaration was in fact a
compromise between the extreme
views of the several governments,
which participated in the conference,
high official here pointed out that it
would have been neither just nor fair,
in the opinion of the government, to
consent to any modification without
the agreement of all parties.
The State department felt obliged
to withdraw from its adherence to the
declaration, even before the German
protest was received.
It is said, however, that the Ger
man position that the British have
violated the spirit of the declaration
of London by seizing and detaining
food supplies carried in neutral bot
toms and consigned to German ports,
directly or indirectly, is recognized by
the United States officials as sound.
I TO t
JUST f A TRIFLE FASTIDIOUS
M. de Fouquleres, Arbiter of Elegance
In Paris, Wouldn't Even Eat Candy
Cigar In Ladles' Car. '
A Newport woman, apropos of the
Duchess de Gramont's crinoline ball
was talking about Andre de Fouql
eres, the arbiter of elegance in Paris.
M. de Fouquleres is too meticul
ous In his elegance," she said, with
a witty smile. "When a duke visits
him, he advances 18 steps. When it'
a baron, he advances six steps. When
it's an equal he does not advance at
all, and when It is an inferior an
American, say he actually recoils!
"Oh, yes, M. de Fouquleres is ridic
ulously meticulous. Once, en route
from Paris to Trouville, when he was
a little boy, a lady gave him a choco
, " 'And what will you do with it?'
the lady asked.
"Little Andre put the end of the
chocolate cigar in his mouth and rose.
'"I'll go into the smoking compart
ment and eat it,' he said." Minneap
Convict Demands Wages.
Providence R. I. Arguments on the
constitutionality of the law authoriz
ing the state to make contracts selling
the labor of prisoners without com
pensating them were heard before the
Rhode Island Supreme court. On the
ground that such enforced servitude
on the part of a prisoner is slavery and
that the state constitution prohibits
slavery without making an exception
against convicts, the national commit
tee on prison labor is pressing the suit
against a garment company which
holds a contract for prisoners' labor.
Clergy Want to Battle.
Berlin The Evangelical clergymen
of Berlin and its suburbs have signed a
declaration against the military de
cree which says that student clergy
men, ordained, or clergymen who have
been pensioned may not be called to
arms. In their protest the clergymen
declare this decree cannot be justified
and is an insult to them. All other
classes and professions have the honor
of being able to fight for their country
and they wouled do likewise. They
are going to petition the reichstag to
revoke the decree.
trade Balance Grows.
Washington, D. C. Exports at the
principal ports, which handle 80 per
cent of that business, totaled $39,217,
537 for the week ended November 21,
against imports of (24.834.124.
leaving a trade balance of mora than
$14,000,000 in favor of the United
States for the week and bringing the
trade balance for the month to more
The British naval officer was on his
way to the bank with several bags
of prize money.
"Hallo," exclaimed a friend, "what
have you there?"
Tnese," replied the Britisher, "are
the fortunes of war that you've so
often read about." Boston Evening
"Henry writes that he's joined the
Alpha Beta Etas," said Mr. Dawklns,
a self-made man. "What's that?"
it s a Greek letter fraternity, an
swered Mrs. Dawklns.
"Umphl" snorted Mr. Dawkins. "I'd
like to know why he couldn't join
something American, Instead of tak
ing up with a lot of foreigners."
The Brighter Side.
"This war In Europe is terrible."
"I agree with you. Still, I'm more
fortunate than some people."
"How is that?"
im not acquainted with any re
tired military men who Insist on tell
ing me how it ought to be fought."
Mrs. Styles But, William, I can't
keep my eyes shut to such a rumor as
Mr. Styles I don't ask you to.
dear. Only try to keep your mouth
AND SCARCE, TOO.
Customers-Bring me an extra good
steak, and have It very rare.
Walter Boss, a extry good steak in
dls heah restrant's alius very rare!
'Johnny!" .exclaimed the careful
mother. "You have shaken nearly all
the money out of your tin bank!"
"Yes'm. I'm not taking any chances
on having my little bank bawled out
for hoarding the stuff."
'Just come from the club. Nothing
left but smoking ruins. .
'What? Not burned down?"
'Oh, no; everyone but half a dozen
cigarette fiends had gone home."
Poultry First,' .
Tim (a tenant in Ireland) Well,
Patsy, are ye afther bulldin' an addi
tion to yer house?
i-atsy snure ana tne mns likes a
place to thlmselves. Puck.
Now, uthel, remember, you must
never interrupt me when I am talking,
"But mamma, I sever see you any
Speaking of Lines.
Bill I see a college professor hai
jilted a poetess and married an actress.
Jill Perhaps he thought the lat
ter's lines were better.
"You can't judge a man by his coat"
"No. But in the light of present
styles, it la more generous to judge
biro by bis coat than by his hat"
"How Is Wasserby's credit In town?
"It must be very low by this time.
When I was here three years ago b'
vac giving It oxygen.
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. rVl ID-soss pkgs. Blaiklei Pills 11.00
sUaUVse 10-doss pkgs. Blaaklsi Pills 4.00
, TJss any Injector, but Cutter's best,
The superiority of Cutter products Is due to over 11
yean of spsclalialnf In vsoelnss and ssrums only.
Insist sn Cuttsr's. If unobtainable, order direct
THE CUTTEB LABORATORY, Bsrkslsy, Callfsrala
Improvement, if Slow, Is 8ure.
With the sanction of the stock ex
change, public dealings in securities
have been resumed, all restrictions
removed. That Is one good sign. An
other Is that the figures quoted in this
"official" market are considerably
hieher than thnMn nravnlilncr nn thA
memorable day when such transac
tions were no longer permitted, which
Is more particularly the case with
what nrn knnwn nn tVia ill ay,nrnn
They are in demand. As to exports.
me hub vuuimueis 10 rise. ttrooklyu
H Cures While You Walk. '"
Allcn'B Foot-Ease Is a certain cure for not.
k ii r" "",,,u","I'?wo"ena,n'riglt!et. gold
Alien's, Olmsted: Lelioy, Ty. Ma"a
Private Property at Sea.
Steady progress has been mads t
ward the position of the United States
for the lest century and a half. Even-"
tually it will become the law of na
tions, If maritime war is still to con
tinue. The careers of the Emden snd
the Karlsruhe and Koningsberg show
tne futility of efforts tn destroy pri
vate property at sea. Certainly, they
prove now little effect on the final
outcome of a titanic struggle such
rawing can have. New York Post.
RESINOL WILL SURELY
STOP THAT ITCHING
What blessed relief! The moment
reslnol ointment touches ltchlna: skin,
the itching stops and healing begins,
That is why doctors-have prescriueu it
successfully for nineteen years In even
the severest, stubbornest cases of ec
zema, tetter, ringworm, rashea and
other tormenting, unsightly skin-eruptions.
With the help of warm baths
with reslnol soap, reslnol ointment re
stores the skin or scalp to perfect
health and comfort, quickly, easily
and at little cost. At all druggists.
Who Is 8he?
There was a dame in our town, i
And she was wondrous wise,
She planned to shop quite early,
To every one's surprise.
But when her plans were finished.
With all her might and main.
She shirked her Christmas shopping
Ana louna it tilled with pain.
HOWARD H flUKTOH - usayer ana enemies.
Silver, Leitd. K. Gold. Silver, 76a; Gold. SOo; Zino
or Oopper. II. Mailing envelopes a id full price list
sent on application. Control and Dmpire workso
Uoited. lief erenoei Curbonate National HanJk.
"Fiddler's Green" Is the ftlvsium of
the sailors; a land flowing with rum
and lime juice; a place of perpetual
music, mirtu, dancing, drinking and
Attention, 'application, accuracy.
method, punctuality and dispatch are
tne principal qualities required for the
efficient conduct of business of any
sort. S. Smiles.
YOUR OWN DRUGGIST WILL TELL YOU
Try Murine Kye itemed? for Red, WeuK, Watery
Byea and Granulated Eyeiida; No Smarting:
)y mall Free, Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago.
Tt. rnRf A ttinn tr hoar nn nn nl.
leged homebreaker. The interstate
commerce commission would probably
hold the rate just and reasonable.
The cotton ball is Intended to stim
ulate the sale of cotton. Well, we've
been buying cotton for years in guar
anteed all-wool suits.
On that skunk farm In California
even the most pronounced standpatter
will probably agree an eight-hour day
Quick Reilef When
Utterly Worn Out
Getting the Blood in Order
la Required By Most
Tf Too tLlnk roo have tone tn amain anri
nt only for the discard, try S. g. 8. for the
blood. It will surprise you to know what
can be done for health once the hlnnd la
released of the excesa of body wastes that
keep It from exercising Us full measure of
If you feel played out, go to iny drug
tort and ask tor a bottle of & 8. B. Here
is a remedy that geta at work la a twink
ling: It Just naturally rushes rlrht int
yonr blood, scatters germs right and left.
up asu uown ana. siacways.
You feel better it once, not from a atlm.
nlant, net from the action of Cn:sj, but
from tne rational effect of a natural medicine.
The lnmdlentt In S. H. ft. errre th.
active purpoae of so tlmulatlng the cellular
tlstntt of the body that they pick out from
the blood their own easential nutriment anil
thus repair work berine at once. The relief
la general all oyer tha system.
Do not neglect to get a bottle of 8. 8. S.
today. It will make you feel better In Jnst
a few minutes. It Is prepared only In the
laooraiory ox me KWUl Bpecllic Co., GtO
Swift Bide.. Atlanta. Ca. . Send for their
free book telling of the many atranve con
dltlona that afflict the human family h
reason of Impoverished blood.
No. 49, M14