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iMUCXXVI., NO. 17. SALT LAKE CITY, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 31, 1912. 20 PAGES FIVE CENTS.
52 EJH" CROWDS
? IKE OVATION
5 (0 ROOSEVELT
r? Ididate of the Pro
sssive Party for Pres
Hl lilt Speaks in Madi
JSf. i Square Garden, to
fh!2 f Audience C o m
11! ied of 15,000 Men
'kS i Women.
551 DUSANDS MORE
J DN-THE OUTSIDE
Vfe. I Colonel Arrives
e'K its Nearly Forty.
e Minutes; Speech
2;, ? Solemn and
SfJ pressive and Con
?te is No Attack Upon
Incm i i
1. nA r
1e .Vi ,
?'ars wnational News fcrrvicc.
sm W VOfiK. Of I. :;0. Dearing no
FiaA Ooulwiird MU:n of 1 lio bullet in
Fdi Pis breast, Colonel Itoosovell. lo-
tosu pight hurled himself back into
?ve?' P'Pai"" at Madison Square Gar-
. , ,11c spoke for forty minutes to
" fiScst incut inr lie has ever u 1 1 -
W feS' 1" in New York, and io one of
y'cst; gatherings that, has ever,
icojtl seen In that historic auditorium.
ttrfi 0 1!ni ''''WO ,,,C11 a,u "women,
nH lojttiingly progressive, welcomed
ftnotlior crowd of .".000 waited
v liiirj" outside in tlic hope- Unit
jright. catch a word or two from
rily." lloucl. His physicians, fearing
i ;crtt a task on bis strength, rc
rennit linn to make more than
arrw &rowd inside cheered- for forty
:s wheu Ilnosc'vell, at Shi!0
"Wl 1C(J '.'is guards into the garden,
etft d tlio steps Jo the speakers' gal
j'ejErii 8,00,1 before ' them. JJhii
,rd( faiid American Hags waved., liko
ing forest, tho shouts of the
T7i! ,an' l'1C (',r,,m",:inK nt thousands
iUS Jjs on tho floors drowned the
iji ind every air that has been Ming
. r i campaign, from 1 Everybody 's
D-p ilt" to "Onward Christion
e"jj boomed forth when l.ho cn-
dbx fa wearied of plain cheering or
rrtj :liko the moose, or yelling "Wc
as?? '"i ' ' Wo vrank" Teddy. ' '
Kejj f the Audience.
:.Krca'u bal! wboso galleries and
tib ;ccilings were completely hidden
lf5s UDt'11? and hug,. flaKa, mad a
; ,ous picture as iho colonel, lean-
-Zi cr the speakers' rail, his teeth
It ?g like a bull dog's, raised his
0 pd m lis first greeting.
' ; pnjcc-quarters of an hour he
ft i?0Tr ;ini then recognizing a
Ss! !i1,c would make a little dash
tint-1, pother end of tho Bland, :i dis-
5 iM01 hTC"ty feet, and wave liis
5fcalw,iy8 ll5s leftin grecUng.
Lj!J facml firsfc to left, then to
''tilM Trll:clcd around (o bow to
V-$m tll Ral,crie "ohiud him, he
st cd suCes5ivc outbur.t3 of
ri'tMn1"1 1)au(1'lllnas ;i"'l flugs were
TDOtion hy sections till red
-mm over lho crowd like waves.
0? rtKWon,cu a"! children for there
L CEWfan3' f 11,0 liltler stood on
-Raira aU(1 Btt"" lustiIy 113 lbcy
hS, 011Ic -j,1'cs, scniitor-elnct from
' iK'J "j vllo presided over tho Balti
rI!i?avention clapped hi hands as
SedMUc1 aPPCarcdt and Tom Smith,
'Jjffjf "'"""O' hall, looked as
B9,0ncl's "Pccch was pitched in
cSBn flUd '""P'ssivo key. c made
SK1 allIsio" to tho attack upon
(lU i n,Hdo 1)0 SLUiivk "pou liny
ZMf atnoi, ll5a political foes. Jfo
m .W?0- nunics 8J,VC thoso of! W;'sh
tfSfflSf i000111' ,Teffcrson aH1 Jackson.
tlCfSK,i S tllinucr thau they wcro
SS-TB ? atlacIc upoa Lim' bufc witl'
W-fR" WUU SL voiuo thut 'cached
SJHf ,part iha hsin JlDd uever
:eofd? int0 tbu r,,Ist;tl0 squeak
iW- 3ttt cllar"ctcrizcs it. tho colonel
rf tWKt'Jo picture of health. Not at
he was sp.jakiug did he emile.
'fSSt'lu 8 "savo 0,10 or two werc
uiraE- lcl'' lfmd' 'l''''h l,c5ns
Greek Infantrymen Ready
To Start for the Front
These fighting" men who wear a unique costume are consid
ered the most efficient soldiers in the Grecian army.
Case Against Edwin P. AJeycr
Being Presented in Federal
Court in Seattle.
SJoATTLK. "Wash.. Oct. SO .The
United Stales .qovcrnincnt bean In the
federal court today the presentation of
Its cafe as.unst Edwin F. Meyer, former
principal clerk in the Pugot sound navy
yard storekeeper's office, who is charged
with conspiracy to defraud. The amount
of which the government was defrauded
s allescl to have been .?o0,000.
J, A. Kcftlewcll and V. II. Whcclor.
Indicted with loyor, have pleaded puilti
and served prison tonus. Keltlevcll wa-i
formerly chief clerk to the navy pay offi
cer in the liR.vy of.'icc in Seattle, vested
with powers to send out requests ror nld.i
on supplies and recommend tho approval
or rejection of hlda received. Wheeler 1b
3?id to have been filler aKont for a ma
chinery houso in this city.
In the government';; cumplaint, Meyer,
Kcttlewell and Whcnlcr arc. charged with
conspiring to defraud the United States
thiouqh tho issuance of rcqtilnttlona for
suppllcf by Jlcyor. lho tamperlnpr with
such bids as were received by KettlcwoU
and the making of bidti far In excess of
a fair market value on the supplies bj
Meyer's defense, outlined today; wlil be
(hat the presence of the Pacific battleship
fleet at the yard In 1 90S and the visit of
the around-thc-world fleet to Seattlo re
sulted in rush orders for supplies and tho
temporary abrogation of tho rules under
which supplies are purchased by the navy.
ACTUAL BETS ON
Little- Interest in ?scv York
Although Many Offers of:
Freak Order Are Made.
By International News Service.
NEW TOUK, Oct. U0. More freak. beta
were heard on tho election and thoso who
aro trying to stimulate interest aro Roins
to great lengths. Offers have been ex
tended to the rcijults In both tho senate
and house of representatives! with ?I00
to $1000 that the next senate noes Demo
cratic and 51 000 to ?700 that tho next
hoUMC is also Dcmoorallc. Other offers
which aro out of the ordinary aro as fol
lows: 51000 against $2000 that Itooacvclt
docs not cony a Hhiula New England
stato; ?2000 even that he does not carry
(ive slates; 5000 nffolnst 51000 that he
docs not carry eight states and .13000 to
$1000 that ho does not carry ten tatrft.
As Tar 'as actual bets aro concerned,
there have been but few of them, such
as 51000 asalnt S'000 that Straus, tho
Progressive candidate for governor, runs
third; ?5U0 at evens that Wilson runs
ahead of Sulzcr; $300 even that Koosc
velt gets more votes in Kliijcrii county
than Taft and ?500 even on Taft to beat
Koosevclt In this statp. There wore also
small bets made at oven money on
Hedges against Ktraus.
Dog Fancier Dies.
CHICAGO. Oct. SO,- Alexander Smith
or Harrington, III., known throughout tho
middle-weet us an exhibitor of blooded
dogs, is deud.
PRISONERS OF IB
Spilsbury and Tucker Unable
to Raise Money for Ransom;
Will Not Be Harmed;
Special In. TJio Triounc.
YAt PASO; T2.v.r Cel.. 30. D. M.
Spilsbury and Travcr.s 'flicker continue
as prisoners of tho Mexican rebels at
Colonia Paehcco in spile of efforts of
frionds hero to obtain their rolcase.
Tucker was permitted to co in starch
of funds buf; returned without any,
and was again seized us a prisoner ami
is being held with other Mornious.
Spilsbury is an old man, and. it. is not.
thought that cither ho or Tucker will
bo harmed by tho rebels after they
learn that no effort, is being made lo
raii-o the amount of tho ransom asked,
which is .j.'JOOO. Both arc ranchers in
tho mountain colony of facheco, and
have no funds or friends who arc will
i ntr to advance the funds for thoni.
iEnriquo C. Bowman and family are
coming from Colonia Dubbin by way
of liaglo Pass. They returned among
(he first and announced their decision
to remain in spite of everything. Bow
man is one of (bo big tncreanUlo deal
ers of (he colonies, and his leaving is
significant., as ho has always been orj
.friend y terms with the rebels.
VERA t'UUZ, Oct. 80. With the
capture of Colonel Diaz. Ordaz, the rev
olutionary spirit in the state of Vera
Cruz is completely broken. Ordaz was
taken by mounted polico who wore pre
viously under it is coinmaud. Ho will
be tried by courtmarlial within a i'cw
days. General Diaz is for tho present
lodged in the city. jail. M'anv troops
aro embarking- for Yucatan, where a
revolutionary movement of minor im
portance is under way.
PREFER JAIL TO
Sixty Sidney, N. S. Ar., "Women
1 War With Authorities Over
SYDNICV. X. S. W., Ucl. 30. Kor
goine about the city with their hatpins
protruding, sixty women, most of theni
prominent in society, wore tried, con.,
victed and fined today in one Sydney
court. The women wcnt'to jail rather
than pay their fines, declaring they
would not imbniit to 'iniquitious and
The city authorities face u situation
similar to that growing out of tho snf
It'ragetto demonstrations in England,
us tho women assort that if furthor ar
rosts and impribonmont aro ordered bo
cause of the hatpin ordinance, tho.y will
declare a ''hunger strike' In jail.
Salt Lakers In. Hew York,
Special to 'J'li Tribune
NEW yOKK. Oct. :sn. -.Manhattan
Square. W. .M. Coltnn, l' Chiton, .Mis.
.V Worthlnston. Mra. D. C. Miller. IWsa
Miller: Imperial, F. W. Shoi t, R. 1).
OF TIE STATE
David Mattson, State Treas
urer, Discusses Showing
Made by Present Repub
FACTS AND FIGURES
"GIVEN BY SPEAKER
Emphasizes Assertion . Thai
Resdurqes .' Have Been In
creased With Little. Ad
dition in Expenditures.
DAVID MATTSON. present-, state
treasurer ami Keputillean isiudi
datc fur secretary of stale, was
the prim-lpaL.spcakcr a I a llcpub-lh-an
rally at a meeting of Scan
dinavians at Odeon hall last evening. ?dr.
Mattson spoke at length on the achieve
ments of the Republican parly, during the
past four years. ITls address also, was
an ablo exposition uf the accomplishments
of the Republican state administration
duritifr the past four years.
Mr. Mattson compared the, present slate
administration with tho preceding on",
showing what had been accomplished in
detail. Jle showed tho amount of taxes
Ievlrd each year, the amount of revenue
so secured, and the disposition made of
the reyonue. He :;howed that tho schools
tho roads and the state institutions had
been vastly improved: the rural communi
ties have been greatly assisted; a new
state capllol building had been financed;
a largo bond Issue had been retired; the
public funds bad been safeguarded and
wore earning fair returns. These Were
only a few of the accomplishments of the
state administration during the past four
Text of Address.
Tho text of Mr. Mattson's speech fol
lows: The business affairs of the stale uf
Utah have been In coinpoteiit bands
during the past four years. The busi
ness of the stole lias been so managed
as to bring direct bencfltij to every
citizen and to pay substantial profits
to every taxpayer. I propose to show
that wc have administered the peo
ple's business economically; that we
have lowered their taxes; that wc
have bettered their conditions: that
we have Improved their Institutions,
and that the stuto government Itself
has been made more efficient Ihan
before. And I propose to show further
that we have accomplished these re
sults at a lower comparative cost to
the taxpayer. In other words, tho pub
lic has received greater value for the
total amount of money expended, and
at the same time this has cost the in
dividual taxpayer loss money than
Figures Are Given.
Our first claim for your considera
tion is that wo. have reduced the rate
or taxation. Let us examine the fig
ures: Comr'lnnn nf tni levies of tint two -iil-niliiJMr.Ttli.iiM.
c p n
',5m .-3 !? 'i Z
i. 1 n
i : : - : a
: 2. : . :
... v 2. ; "
" 1 : " : ft :
VM I" nilllsl.1 millsl..
IPO; .. mils:: mllla
j r-07 I.-. miliM :; inlllfl...
.DM i." in 1 1 1m inlllhl
lsiri Is iiiJii?i:i iniiiu
I'jlO lG mllM" millet
mil inllltii" mlllrlVs mill.
iota .. '.I " nilllii::i, iiillli' mill.
Jfolc Th? tvei'Jgo Icvr Iurlns the pre
vIoiib Ailmlnlsiritloii for policial Hi'tc pm
potrr, . till Hit: for scliool pmpnpci. 3- mlllh:
v?r.igo toltil Jftvy for all )iiipoiru. Ji mlltH.
Tlic Hvcnigo )ev!- ihirlnc the nrccnl
niliilMrallon for genera! t.to purtw,
mllln: Mr nil achoyl purpose, hiIUm: Aver
age lolf.l for .ill purpose, 74 mills.
Total Levy Reduced.
You will note from these figures
lhar wc have been able to reduce the
rate of the total levy, and at the same
time have given tho schools the bene
fit of a half mill Increase in tlic levy
for their purposes. This was accom
plished by reducing the levy for gen
eral slate purposes from .1 mills to
mills. Tho schools, therefore, have
benolited by a 10 '-'.' per i-ent Imreiise
In their revenues; the taxpayer has
been benefited this year by. a half mill
reduction in tlic total levy; both at
tlic expense of lho scnisral revenue
fund for state purposes.
Yet, notwithstanding Hie decroaso In
tho rate of the. tax levy, there has
been a. marked Increase in the general
revcnueK of lho stale of approximate-,
ly $700,000 per annum, This Is par
tially due to the incre.'ujo in valuo
and oxtent of the taxable properly in
the state. The average annual tolal
valuatjon of all property assessed for
:it;itn purposes during this adminis
tration is approximately $100,000,000,
as against 5150,000,000 durlnu I he pre
vious ailinlnlstriition. J'lut thin Incrcaso
in the assessed valuation of property,
taken in connection wllh the reduction
of the tax levy, will account for only
about 33'J.n per cent of the Increase in
(Continued on Pago Eleven,)
End Comes Peacefully at
9:42 o'Clock -Wednesday
. Night; Hope Abandoned
Early in Day.
PRESIDENT TAFT IS
. ' i
Chairman : Hilles Calls Meet
ing of National Committee
at Chicago Nov. 12 to
U-T.CA. X. V., Out. r,0.---Aftor a
long illness, Vice President
James Schoolcraft Sherman died j
at his home in this city at !):!-j
o'clock tdnisht. of uraeiuie poison j
caused by Bright "s disease. i
Jle had been sinkin; since early:
morning, ami it was realised that death
was a question only of :l few hours,
Thcns was light relief shortly after
7 u 'clock, caused by an apparent im
provement in the condition of tho kid
neys, but it did not prove real or last
ing and at best travc only temporary
Unconscious at End.
A I, !) o'clock the patient's tempera
ture tosc to 10G. From thai time his
condition rapidly .passed from had to
worse until the end. .Nfr. Sherman was
unconscious when the ond came, and
had been in that condition for several
A.1I ihc members of the immediate
family were witnesses to the final
scene, Tn addition lo .Mrs. Sherman,
there were in the death chamber their;
three sous, Shcrrill, Jiichard U. and
Thomas JI. Sherman and fhoir rcspec
tives wives; R. U. and San ford Sher
man, brothers of Air. Sherman, and
Airs. L. H. IvJooro and Mrs, If. .1, Cook
inham, sisters of Mr. Sherman.
Soon after Mr. Sherman "s death, Dr.
Fayette Jf. Peck, tho attending physi
cian, issued the following statement:
"The vice president, died at W-A- p.
in., without regaining consciousness for
a inoineut. He was perfectly quiet.
He died in the presence of his wife,
her" brother and 'sister, his two broth
ers and his three sons and their wives.
He had been entirely unconscious since
7 o'clock, when he had a period of par
tial consciousness lasting for about fif
teen minutes. lie died in h nracmie
coma ;i3 tho result of Uright's disease,
heart disease and arterio-selerosis. "
Mr?. Sherman bore up bravely under
tho shock of her husband's death, as
also diij tho other members of the
family. Although if was said at tho
house that tho hopelessness of Mr.
Sherman's fight, against death had
been realized since Friday, tho blow
nevertheless was a crushing one.
A few of the intimate frionds of tho
family called tonight to express their
sympathy, anioug them A. 11. lloldcn,
pastor of the Christ Heform church,
whore the Shermans worship.
Soon after tho vice president's death
it avhs announced thai tho members
of flic family wihed to bo left undis
turbed tonight, and thai, no arrange
incuts for the funeral would bo made
before tomorrow. .
Dr. Peck remained at the Sherman
home for a time, and notified several
of Air. Sherman's friends by telephone
I hut tho end had come.
News Spreads Quickly.
The iiiinouncemenl of the vice presi
dent's death spread quickly through
tho city. 'Universal sorrow was ex
pressed, and immediate steps were
taken for tho proper recognition of the
sorrowful event. Air. Shormun was re
garded as the first citizen of Utica.
and all differences "rowing out of
politics diod with hi in.
Tho mayor guvo out :i statement
voicing the cnoral grief, and lho big
bell at citv hfll. ns well as many
church bells, lolled out tho doleful
icws ,io a public lo which it was not
Not only did the Republican organi
sation take proper recognizance of the.
ijvonl, but tho Progressives announced
their intention of cancelling all meet
ings ii u til after the vico president's
funeral. Governor Johuoon, who, -so
long as .Mr. Sborniau lived, was his
rival for vico prcsidoutal honors, was
lo have spoken hero tomorrow night in
behalf of the Proyrcssivo ticket, but
his uridrosis, like all other events of
tho kind, has been deferred,
Tho Democrats also Minified thoir
intention of removing a Wilson and
(G'ontiuuotl on Pago Sixteen,)
I VICE PRESIDENT
OF U. S. WHO IS
TAKEN BY DEATH
Rally at Salt Lake Theater,
Larely Attended, Is Marked
by Much Enthusiasm.
ROAST FEDERAL BUNCH
Judge Powers, C. L. Olson, J.
Frank' Tolton, Simon 13am
i bcrger 'Among' Speakers.
Democrats last night filled the Salt
Lake theater and lisfoncd to several
prominent .Democratic orators. The
rally was one of the most successful
yet held by the Democrats. Tho Mica-"
tcr was filled and there were numer
ous outbursts of cnllui&iasin on the part
of tho audience. . ,
Mathonibah Thomas, Democratic can
didate for congress, and Judge O. W.
Powers wore lho principal , speakers.
Mr. Thomas spoke at length on tho
tariff.' Uc spoke particularly on the
wool and sugar schedules, and asked
why it was that Ctah sugar sold
cheaper in the cast 'than in Utah where
it was. produced.
Powers Makes a Hit.
Judgu Powers was in a particularly
happy mood, and spoke eloquently as
well as humorously on national and
local issues. The judge said that for
years ho had waited for this oppor
tunity in bo jubilant, but now il, had
conic, ho felt all the more happy be
cause of lho Ions: years of waiting,
lie said that next year all of the fed
erad bunches in the country, including
tho federal bunch of Utah, would go
into private life and start to earn a
living. JJe appealed to the American
party voters to vote 'the Democratic
ticket this year jhat. they might rele
gate the federal bunch t.o the scrap
heap. Judge Powers arraigned the
present state treasurer for acting as
assistant cashier of a bank in which
a torgo proportiou of the state funds
wen; deposited, declaring that ho was
being benefited by Iho deposit of fho
slate funds in this bank jug), as much
as though he were personally receiv
ing the interest on the funds.
Tolton Clears Records.
John Frank Tolton, Democratic can
didate for covcruor. refuted and dis
proved every allegation brought'
against him bv the Salt Lake Jlcrald
nopublican, which hud charged him
with being a tool of the railroads and
working in the interest of legislation
favorable to, the railroads during his
term of office in the slate legislature-.
Former Senator Simon Bamberger
kept the crowd in excellent humor with
his pleasing stories and ready wit.
He spoke only briefly, but madq a
great hit and was givoji an. ovation,
lie referred to the article by Presidcut
Joseph F. Smith" in tho .Improvement
lira, and said that he thought tho peo
ple were making "much ado about
nothing" in discussing it. for ho said
it was merely an indication that' Taft
hud at least one friend iu Utah, and
was not intended f inllucnco a single
Charles "England. Democratic candi
date for socretnr.v- of state, was in
troduced, and spoke for a few mo
ments, telling of the demonstration he
had witnessed iu Salt Lako when
Cirovcr Cleveland was' elected presi
dent tho first time, .lie said that ho
had beeu a Democrat over since.
Culbort L, Ohon, Democratic candi
date for stale senator, was chairman
of tho meeting. In opening his ad-
(Coiitiiuiod on Pago Seventeen.)
Lule-Burgas After Dcb
per ate Battle, Leaving
the Army of Nazim
Pasha in Precarious
Position and Sealing
the Fate of Adrianope
CONFLICT RAGES 9
OVER LONG FRONT H
Turkish Troops Torture
Vomen and Children,
Commit ting All Sorts
of Atrocities Before jH
Arrival o f Greek
Troops at Kumuzadis
and Other Villages.
LOXDON. Oct. 30. The silent oT
Sofia concerning the groat bat H
tie in Thrace' has at last ben H
broken by a brief dispatch .111 H
nouuciiig a Bulgarian victory and the H
capture of the town uf I.ulc-Diirga H
This dispatch and equally laconic H
dispatches froin tho Turkish commander H
cuntain the only news yet available H
and 'still leave tho situation rather ob- H
The message from. Sofia apparently IH
refers lo early events, while dispatch H
of jSa'Jm l.'asha, the Turkish minister H
oT war, describes two battles, one a H
sortie from Adrianoplc in the direction H
of iMaras. the other in tho direction of H
Visa, from which it 'must be inferred H
that' the engagements are cl. nding H
over loDg l'roul. H
New Light on Situation.
A Sofia dispatch . sout before th H
capture uf Dule-iHrgas was ! nown, Hl
throws a new light gu the disposition H
of the Turkius forces. It; is ciidcot H
that earlier reports of the taking 0' H
this town were premature. It. appear H
that the Turks' first line of dtc.nso
extended along the Erkene river, with H
a second line from Dcmotica to Lule H
Doth tides claim victory, but there i H
no reason lo doubt that the Turkish H
second line of defense has been broken. H
Up to the present, the Dulgariuu offj- H
cial dispatches have been more rclia- H
bio than the Turkish. IH
Some Doubt Expressed.
Xazim Pasha claims victory in the
Vita, regioo. Soli a is still silent re-
garding this scctiou, and although the. jH
revelations couceruiug the demoralize- jl
fion and disorganization of tho
Turkish forces would predicate further il
defeats, considerable doublr. are ex- , fl
pressed hero as to tho position of the
Bulgarians', whose couliuually extend- H
iug linos of communication, and the
necessity of keeping a largo inviting H
force around Adrianoplc, might prove Hl
sources of danger if ,.':iin Pasha h jH
able to take a vigorous offensive ac- SH
Reserves at Front. iH
That the Bulgarians arc- bringing up yH
all available resources is c-videut, ac- jl
cording to a dispatch from the corrc- jl
spondcut of the Vienna Keichspost, jH
who relates that the Bulgarian re- Hl
serves were arriving all night in the
vicinity of Adrianoplc. They were
without uniforms and wero drafted fll
into line iu the national cuBtoras, but wl
wcro adequately supplied with rifles. H
bayonets and cartridges. nl
Xo deliuito news has bcou received
from the other allied armios siaco yes-
Icrda.v, Tbc Montenegrin commander
is still hammering at Tarubusch, but H
is observing more caution in order to H
avuid needless sacrifice of life. H
Fideiice of the imminence of efforts jH
on tho part of the powers to intcrvonn H
in favor of )caco comes in au ofticinl H
pronouncement of tho Bulgarian po H
si lion jmblished in tho semi-ohicial H
newspaper, Mir. which plainly declares H
the allies will not be deprived of the H
fruits of victory. fll
SOFIA. Oct. 51 (1:30 a. m.), After H
two days' ilErhtlu? tlic nularian army jH
has gained a complete victory over the H
prliiolp.il Turkish forces. Tho Turk.T H
have retreated In disorder. The town of H
Lule-Uuras has bcuu taken, M
I'ulilie aitcnllon has huen centered In H
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