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PRISO[RS Of WAR
British Deal Smashing Blow in Drive
MANY BIG GUNS CAPTURED
Aircraft Harass Ot 4imans, Who Es
caped with Bombs and
London, Sept. 22.-British troops in
their drive north through Palestine
already have counted 18,000 Turkish
prisoners and have collected 120 guns,
according to an official statement giv
en out this evening by the British war
The text of the st.' - ,ent says:
"By 9 o'clock on Saturday night on
our left wing, the infantry about Bira
fur had reached the line Beitdejan-Sa
maria-Birafur, Shepharding the ene
my on the west of the Jerusalem-Nab
ulus road into the arms of our cavalry,
operating southward from Jenin and
"Other enemy columns vainly at
tempted to escape into the Jordan
valley in the direction of Jiar-Ed-Da
nieer, which still held by us. These
columns suffered severely from our
aircraft whcih constantly harassed
them with bombs and machine gun
fire from low altitudes.
"In the vicinity of Lake Tiberiu
our cavalry detachments hold Naza
reth and the rail and road passages
over the Jordan at Jier-Ed-Dameer.
"Already 18,000 prisoners have been
captured and 120 guns collected."
London, Sept. 2.-British cavalry
units operating between the Jordan
and the Mediterranean, in Palestine,.!
have advanced somd sixty miles from
their original positions and have occu
pied the Biblical renowned town of
Nazareth, and Afule and Belsan, ac
cording to a British war office an
Gen. Allenby's troops have sur
rounded part of the Ottoman army
and are collecting the disorganized
masses of men and transports arriv
ing from the south. So far 8,000 pris
oners and 100 guns have been counted.
The text of the statment reads:
"Palestine, 8 P. M., on September
20, the enemy resistance had collapsed
everywhere save on the Turkish left,
in the Jordan valley.
"Our left wing, having swung
around to the east, had reached the
line of Bidich, Bak and Messudieh
Junction, and was astride the rail and
roads converging at Nabulus.
"Our right wing, advancing through
different country against a consider
able resistance, has reached the line
of Khan-Jizeit, one and a quarter
miles northeast of El Mugheir and
Es Sawich , and was facing north
astride the Jerusalem-Nabulus road.
British Occupy Nazareth
"On the north our cavalry, travers
ing the field of Armageddon, had oc
cupied Nazareth, Afule and Beisan
and were collecting the disorganized
masses of enemy troops and transport
as they arrived from the south. All
avenues of escape open to the enemy,
except the fords across the Jordan, be
tween Beisan and Jisr-Dameer, were
"East of the Jordan Arab forces of
the King of Hedjaz had effected nu
merous demolitions on the railway
radiating from Deraa, several impor
tant bridges, including one in the Yur
mak, have been destroyed.
"Several (lays must elapse before
accurate figures of prisoners captured
can be given out, already more than
8,000 prisoners, 100 guns, large quan
tities of both horse and mechanical
transports, four airplanes, many loco
motives and much rolling stock have
"Very severe losses have been in
flicted on the masses of Turkish
troops retreating over the different
roads by our air services.
"A German airplane, later ascer
tained to have been carrying ma'ls,
lantded in thc midst of our troepa at
A fule. The pilot, who believed the
place still to be in Turkish hands, de
stroyed the machine and its contents
before he could be secured."
HERTIJING NOT TO RESIGN
Officials D~o Not Attach Much Im
portance to Report
Amsterdlam, Sept. 22.-On the basis
of information from competent source
the Herlin corirespondlent of the Duis
seldlorf Nachrichten, comes to the con
clusion that Chancellor voc H~ertling
does not intendl to resign, and~ that of
ficial circles do not attach any impor
tance to the Leipzig Tlageblatt's re
por-t. The correspoinaent says that
though the minority of the centre andl
that progressivep arties are endleav
oring to bring about greater parlia
mentarization of the government the
Socialists alone favor absolute par
The Centrist organ, Ger-mania, in an
article todlay discredits the Leipzig
TPageblatt's sensational report about a
political crisis. It declares that ac
ing to their information an under
standing flow happily has been reach
ed and the supi-eme army command is
andl will remain dlecisive.
An Atlantic Portv, S~pt. 2? News
of the tor-pedoing of Lhe American
trawler-, Kingfisher, on the fishing
banks, eighty-five miles off the coast
on Friday, was received here today
when the captain of the trawler and
the twenty-six members of the crewv
arrived after having rowed ashore in
Captain Riley said the U-boat which
riredl the torpedlo stood by to see the
effect of the missile, but did not fire
any shots at the trawler or the boats.
The Kingfisher was a vessel of 263
tons and was owned b~y the East Coast
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