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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 25, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 4',
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RUSSIANS PLAN RECAPTURE OF
Petrograd. Recapture of city of
Pinsk and fortress of Dubno by the
czar's troops predicted by war offioe.
officials today, - -.
Field Marshal Von Mackensen Is
being hard pressed in Pinsk region.
Germans have suffered heavy losses
and have abandoned large numbers
of guns in their retreat
Austrians are counter-attacking
determinedly, but have been unable
to stem Russian advance in Volhy
nian 'fortress triangle. Enemy is re
tiring upon Dubno, whose works are
not suitable for defense against at
tack from north antl it Is believed
here that fortress Itself will be reoc
cupied within few days.
Battle all around Dvlnsk and
along Dwina continues.
Athens. Great crowds paraded
streets last night and early today in
war demonstrations before French,
English and Italian legations. Crowds
carried Greek flags and those of allied
nations. "Bulgarians and Turks were
War offices were not closed during
Newspapers are commenting cau
tiously upon Bulgaria's-move and ex
pressing hope that Bulgarian mobil
ization order does notmean that
Czar Ferdinand intendB to start third
London. German admiralty ad
mits loss of 88 Zeppelins and 9 Far
seval airships from beginning of war
to Aug. 1, and declares that since
that date two Zeppelins and one par
that date two Zeppelins and one Far
eeval have been reported missing.
Tokio, Allies reported to be pre
paring to call upon Japan o send
troops to help block threatened Aus-tro-German
drive on Constantinople.
No official confirmation obtainable.
If allied diplomats make such repre
sentations their efforts, most certain
ly will result in failure, Japan feels
that difficulty of transporting troops
towar theater would be almost ixxr
puperable. Early In the war the gov
ernment even frowned on movement
to enlist volunteers here for service
Paris. French warship has en
tered Dardanelles and silenced Turk
ish battery on Asiatic coast
London.' Holland-American liner
Eemdyk sunk, Crew saved.
Pari. French air squadron bom
barded Sablons, railway station at j.
Germans again using asphyxiating
gas bombs In regions of Auberive and
French gunners continued to wreck
German trenches in Artois, Cham
pagne and Argonne regions. Germans
replied with attack upon French po
sitions near Andebhy, Dancourt and
Amsterdam. British warships
heavily bombarded Zeebrugge, Ger
man naval" base, today. Extent of
damage not known.
AUSTRIA-HUNGARY WOULD CON
TROL ACTS OF SUBJECTS.
Youngstown, O., Sept 25. Fresh
attempt by Austrian-Hungary to con
trol acts of its subjects in. U. S, seen
by officials here today. Dual monar
chy requested common pleas court
to examine Joseph Ciepielowpkl,
steel worker, for alleged treasonable
Judge W. P. Barnum will act as an
examining magistrate, and if Cie
plelowsld will consent to gltfe deposi
tion will forward testimony to Aus
trian government Ciepieloweki was
employed fn factory along with other
Hungarians, which is making war
supplies for alliea.
"GAS" SETS FREIGrFcARS OFF f '
Mason City, la., Sept 25. Thirteen
freight cars piled up In derailment on
Minneapolis & St Louis railway. Two.
cars of gasoline exploded setting fire
to Vreekage, Tramp stealing Tide so
badly injured he cannot give h
name. Two other tramps were pret
ahly burned 'in wreckage.