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VOL 3, NO. 305
Chicago, Saturday, Sept. 12, .1914
GERMANS RETREAT BEFORE
OF URGE ANGLO-FREKCH F9
Apparent That Germans' Loss Js jtfeavypKan
Squadron Occupies Islands of Bismarck Agw
P$ago French Assume the Offenafr'
Parts. Sept. 12. It was officially annot
this afternoon that the Germans have evacuated
Franctife, where they were very hemoUy entr
Their retirement is said to have been prectptt
they abandoned a large quantity of war materiel.
London The evacuation- of Saint Dis, wHch is in
the extreme eastern putt of the southern sectien ef the de
partment of Muerthe et Moselle, indicates that the
French are assuming the offensive throughout the Vosges,
from which they Were driven u fortnight ago
London The Australian squstdron under Ad
miral Patey has occupied the island of the Bimrck arch
ipelago. The landing party which occupied ffjf ffwn of