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HALF OF SERBIA
IS IX ENEMY'S HANDS
Nish Railway in Full Command of
x Invaders fend Heavy .Toll Taken
of War Prisoners.
London, Nov 8.?The fall of Nisji
has united solidly the main Bulgarian
forces and the Aubtro-German armies
advancing from the north. Hitherto
their communications consisted merely
of tentative reaching out of advance
iThe Bulgarians and their allies now j
hold considerably more than half of
Serbia, and command the Nish railway
one of the chief objectives of their
campaign. From Xish the Bulgarian
line runs north in a slight curve, en-j
circling the Morava river, to Krivir,
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forces. From that point the invaders'
line turns at a right angle and runs \
due west cross the broadest part of
The rough semi-circle made by this
line is contracting and as it does so,
according to German report?, is taking
a heavy toll of Serbian prisoners.
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In southern Serbia the fortunes of
war are less auspicious for the invad
ers. There the Bulgarians apparently/!
have received a severe check from the I
Serbians, assisted by French and British
Xo official confirmation has been received,
however, of a decisive defeat
of the Bulgarians who are attempting j
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buna pass. South of Strumitsa the
French are fighting on Bulgarian soil.
The crisis occasioned by the resignation
of the Greek, cabinet has been met
temporarily, and if the chamber ol
deputies accepts tne new scouiauais
ministry, the present status may be
continued indefinitely, with no change
in the announced policy of Greece, now
reiterated, of'benevolent neutrality.
On the eastern front severe, but indecisive
fighting continues before Riga
and Dvinsk. The offensive movement
of the Russians in Galicia, along the
Stripa, has been halted and the long
battle in that region has ended. There
are no developments of importance on
the other fronts.
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ISSUE IN THE EAST ;
3Iake Advance in Riga Region and 1
Inflict Heavy Loss on German
.The Servians in the north are still *
in retreat before the Austro-Hungarians
and Germans, having fallen ba^k, '
according t* their latest communication,
to defensive positions to the south :
and east of Kralievo and to the east of j
Ivagnitza, which would indicate that :
the fears expressed in an Italian news- ]
paper dispatch that they might be cut ]
off -;re unfounded. I 1
Nothing has come through to show '
the existing situation in the south,
where the Anglo-French forces are cooperating
with the Serbs against the ,
The Russians are forcing the fight- i
ing east of Riga and an advance has f
been made by them to the west of 1
Raggatz. Heavy losses were suffered f
by the Germans in the fighting around i
Kemmern, as likewise was the case in t
the district of Ixskull, where ten Ger- 1
man attacks were repulsed. z
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Little fighting has been going on (
along the Western front in France and
Belgium or on the Austro-Italian front
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The German imperial chancellor has
told the Socialists that the people of
Germany could be assured that the i
'hopes of the entente powers of starving
Germany would be disappointed."
According to the semi-olncial Over- j
? nra?>/>v r\f Rnrlin flizi /IrDOlr j
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premier has informed the Bulgarian
minister at Athens that it is the premier's
sincere desire that the friendly
relations between Greece and Bulgaria
be maintained. Greece, the premier
added, was not preparing to attack
Winston Spencer Churchill has given !
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Duchy of Lancaster in the British cabnet
and will join his regiment at the '
;ront. Tn his resignation Mr. Churchill
old Premier Asquith that he did not :
'eel able in times like these to remain
n "well paid inactivity." He expressed ^
he belief that time would vindicate '
lis administration of tne admiralty!'
ind assign him his share in the re-J
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sponsibilities and operations "while j
secured us? command of the seas."
The premier, in acknowledging the !
resignation, said he was sincerely j
grieved1 that Mr. Churchill felt it his j
duty to leave the cabinet.
JUDGE SEASE IS IMPROVING
Lexinglon Friends Hope Jurist Will
Soon be Well.
News and Courier.
Lexington, Nov. 11.?The many Lexington
friends of Judge Hhos. S. Sease,
as well as his hundreds of friends elsewhere
throughout the state, will be
glad to learn of his convalescence at
his home in Spartanburg. Judge Sease
was taken ill in Lexington a week
ago, where he had been presiding over
the common pleas court, and for three
days he was confined to his room at the
Meetze hotel under the care of a phy- j
fi/iion o ill man i t +Vl o f ti'mfl I ,
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it was feared that he was in for a siege 1
but happily his condition improved '
enough for him to go to his home in '
Spartanburg on Saturday.
In a letter to D. R. Haltiwanger, !
id of Men's, Ladies'
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?former values rangfor
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tOIFORTS TO KEEP THE
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deputy clerk of court, Judge Sease
states that while he is still very weak
he is now rapidly improving and that '
should nothing unseen at this time
arise he will return to Lexington on
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had to take a two weeks' recess on account
of his illness.
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