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TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
BERLIN, September 30. Progress made by von Hindenbcrg near
TKinsk opposite Vilna. Reports from south announce that Austro
Gcrmans have scored successes.
SAN ANTONIO. Texas, September 30. A Mexican captive, who
told that the head of Private Johnson had been exhibited on other side
of border, has signed an affidavit to that effect. Army officers began in
vestigation to locate blame, and find Las Pelados, a Carranza leader, to
NOGALES, September 30. Mexican bandits yesterday raided one
of their own towns. They swept through Buena Vista, in Sonora, and
SAN FRANCISCO, September 30. The American schooner
Sehome, from Sydney arrived yesterday with one of crew confined in
irons, charged with mutiny. He had been annoying a 16 year old girl
passenger, and when the captain remonstrated, knocked him down with
a belaying pin.
STOCKHOLM, September 30. It is reported that a big German
munitions factory was blown up August 23, forty-two workmen being
GERMAN ARMY HEADQUARTERS. September 29. On
West front enemy continues attempts to break our lines without any re
sults, but at several places sultered heavy losses. 1 he Jinglish attack
near Loos with gas was without effect. German counters resulted in
capture of 20 omcers and 750 men. Total number of prisoners at
fiiis place, 3397. All French attacks in Argonnc defeated. In that
neighborhood we regained lost trenches. French attempt to regain near
Fillemore was defeated.
BERLIN, September 29. British and French troops are prepar
ing to aid Servia, and have landed at port of Kathrin, near Salonica,
according to dispatch from Budapest, to overseas news agency.
War office announced today that a portion of the Territory cap
tured by British in fighting north of Loos, has been retaken. Says also
v rench at bouchez and Nouvellc have been partly repulsed.
LONDON, September 29. German newspaper announces that two
generals, names not given, have been dismissed from command in the
western zone, as result of recent set-back at hands of Allies. Von
Hindenberg is now mentioned for transfer to western front.
British forces m Messopotamia won important victory from Turks
operating in that region. Turks are in full retreat towards Bagdad.
BERLIN, September 29. Constantinople reports that a British
transport was sunk with all but a few of crew, but this dispatch may
be a repetition of news of Ramazan's sinking.
ATHENS, September 29. Greek trovernment has released a num
ber of Shikhs and Gourkas who were survivors of British transport
Kamazan, sunk by submarine. 1 he fact that the transport was sunk
did not come to knowledge until survivors were found.
PARIS, September 29. Bulgaria is prenarimr to attack Servia
within two weeks.
Terrific and incessant fiiihtintr continues todav alonir a larire nortion
of the west front. Allies are pressing forward further airainst German
resistance, 'which has been disorganized bv artillery bombardment in
Champaigne fighting. Uninterrupted progress being made by French
in Artois region, north of Massigne. 1000 Germans surrendered when
Allies charged their position. German casualties as a result of new of-
tensive, killed, wounded and prisoners are 120,000.
LOADOA, September 29. 300.000 men are beintr launched bv
Germans and Austrians against Servia, according to exchange telegraph
agency today. Army has begun to move in direction of Orzova on Ser
HONOLULU, September 29. Theresa Bellevue. formerly Mrs.
Wilcox, jumped gore lot on King street, next Hawaiian Electric Corn
any yesterday, claiming it as her property.'
lAJADUM, September .Dispatch from Petrograd officially con
firmed says unprecedented accident to 41st Army corps which attacked
army under von Mackensen, which attempted to drive through marshes,
between Pritet and River and Pinkst canal. A force of 30,000 men
blocked marshy land, while recent heavy rains caused river and canal to
overflow, flooding marshes and drowning soldiers. Less than 1000 of
tne 5U,uuu men, who marched into canal, returned alive. Russian counter
attack on von Hindenberg, before Dvinsk failed to make headway and
disputed territory is still in the hands of Germans. Dvinsk and Riga
Germans are showing extraordinary activity with artillery.
Estimated they are using 10,000 shells per day.
SEATTLE, September 29. Greek reservists have been called to
report to consul for transportation home to join colors.
' LONDON, September 29. In the Argonne district Germans are
making a successful stand, and desperate fighting is going on. Ger
man artillery gained ascendency over r rench at this point. Charges
and counters are taking place during lull in big gun fire, and trenches
alternated in possession of French and Germans, five time during day.
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utdu kjiiu duumuiidi iamparis on uoin siues aisputea strip. Many
Prussian guard corps have been captured by French which is taken as
indication that Germans have been compelled to weaken eastern force
to strengthen lines in r ranee.
Sir John French reports his forces captured powerful German
defenses south and east of Loos. Early reports from Paris say rail
road line from Metz to German front is choked with German wounded.
Loss is estimated at 100,000 men.
Aviators flew over Liege yesterday, dropping a French flag and
uocuments into town telling of advance of Allies.
SALEM, September 29. An escaped convict found under a house,
showed fight and was shot by posse, supposed fatally.
PARIS, September 29. The Italian battleship Bendetto Brin was
sunk by an explosion and admiral and others killed.
BRISTOL, September 29. Channel entrance to Cardiff has been
closed because of discovery of submarines.
MUNICE, September 29. Secretary Lansing has recalled Consul
Gaffney because of partisan attitude during war.
SAN FRANCISCO, September 29. Rolph has been re-elected
NEW YORK, September 29. Details of loan to Allies announced.
Amount is half a billion, and bonds as low as $100 will be sold.
WASHINGTON, September 29. Major General Funston noti
fied war department last night that border conditions are acute. An
other message from Progresso town says 500 bandits are massed across
line and threaten attack on the town. Col. Blockson says he will be
forced to attack Mexicans and drive them further inland into Mexico.
TOKIO, September 28. Naval and city officials of Yokohoseka
celebrated the 15th aniversary of opening of naval base at that c'tj
Japanese athletic club of Honolulu, lost third straight game of base
ball, alter playing Keio team yesterday.
SAN FRANCISCO, September 28. At labor conference of Cal
fornia held yesterday at Santa Rosa, Yusuku was the Japanese repre
sentative on labor board. In the evening K. Nagasawa, grape king
ot Lalitornia, was host to members of conference at dinner.
l once commiss oners determined to eirr.inate lotteries ana will
carry on vigorous campaign for that purpose.
BROWNSVILLE, September 28. United States army officers
have been informed that several hundred heavily armed Mexicans are
gathering on Mexican side near i'rogresso. Cavalry preparing to at
tack them before they can carry out plan of raiding American side.
LONDON, September 28. Sir Edward Grey, British secretary of
loreign altairs, to'd House of Commons today that it Bulsa'ian mobili
zation icsults in Bulgaria assuming 'aggressive attitude on side of
enemies of England "v.x are prepared to give our friend? in the Balkans
al I he s- pport m our power, without reserve or quamicalion.
Heavy offensive trench movement along 300 miles, begun four
days, has already failed. Along front Germans stood fast and checked
all attempts to break through.
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