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Thai dream of a subway under ihe channel looks Jo England today like a horrible nightmare.
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M
liil our Kt-putilli mi
limilH'r iifglii-t r-n.
dm-a' Hie Ihmi ll nil
tl M at li'gltdalnrr'.'
Iwloictl atitir-t-a In ewt
1-tn.c-.bi. iif-r-il all llii airn
IMiliy William Itrt can)
end llu-m.
MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS
THIIttTNKnTIZEN.
Vol. t. N. M.
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1914.
TUB KVKMIO fTTRAIJI
Vol.. 4. NO. I .
CRUSHING BEFEA T TO ALLIED ARMIE
Premier Asquith in Address
mom
ENGLAND IS
PLUNGED
Times Military Correspondent
Declares Nation Should
Thank God Channel lies
Between England and Ger
many. SINGLE LINE OF DEFENSE
NOW HOLDING INVADERS
Asquith in Address to Com
mons Admits That Situa
tion Is Very Grave and
Reverses Appalling.
I Ion. Sim. il p. m.) -
No in Ms ren. In-d latndoii today
i oik cr-ilna llu trend ( i-ienta
on any I'nrl o I In- lunik" lino
Hln'rr liittuliiK l inHin.
Iiii'r-i-t Im rr Inti-iir-a-. lor It I
' ll'M llM' l-IIKUtlUM1llK IIOU Itll-illK
on no t have a ari-at hiHui'Iuo
on Hie late of I'arla. Mli'iiti' aliwi
irlli llie I ii iiki-i- ol i-trnli III
J .mm I'm-ada mill l.alli-Mi.
i.ii in. III. m lluwiun Mililli-ni
lime Ihi'U enrolled uii'U-r llm
Maiitlaril if .uiM-ror lcliidii-.
eatoriliiiK In all olla-ora ol tin
Hu-lun army wImi liave arilieil
In-re Iroin m, I'i'tn-olii-r. l
M-N Hl4 llllwla M-t'llH. Hi lw wak-
In u.. Tin- MlnkliiK ol 1 1 a? -mait
rmluT Wauil-liunt. rvpn-tl.
id yi-tMi'rday. In liallcd law a
alKitHH ant ami a allowing
iIh Huwiaii i) I- mi loiuiir
tliHtlfd iii In lli' "' ' l1u
land, a lina lawn rrfHU-leil.
aria, Aug. tn (l:l p. m.l
Han dclem-aa Pari are lliua
di-rllnil by I -a lairl'.
"I'arlM. Iiy It etiiiailoii. I III
Mi-otigliold of tin- imiMiiwI ill
Ivw. Tills fill U HI i-niriiii ll
! i mui imt nil li ilirtv la-r-o
works. I lrl I In rr In an
Inm-r iilrilU' ol iIi'i-iim-. lla-n
Ir. Ir of Inrtn ami, Ih-ioiiiI Imw a
moiiiI ruin ol Mwfiil loria
ili-Mlnril In -ciu ItM -miii)'
klii lln rio liliMt Hit' HnM
of llif lulliT lorl an li-lt
tnllin lr"Hii IIh i II)."
IjmiiIoii. Aiu. M (T:i5 i. m.)
llM- Iii4nlnn lorrlicn nilidlfr
riHiii llwl iIh lU-lituin ili ol
I .outs. ii In Um iiroiliai of lira
I ant Iuim Imhii liuriHil l tin
t.i'rnuiiiM.
I jiii tain ctai'ualrd by I In
IIiIIuiim Ans"" It
aiid IIHii'ii ndli'a raxt of llrtin
m4 ' and had a hmiImiIihi of
alaiui Wi.imhi. iohihiikiI iniinjr
ih m lk- ImiliUmi.. Iim lu.llii Hi"
df Vlllv, ili-w rllx-d a oiw
Of H nin-t IxMlllillll lllllllll
Mtwlum In IIm morld. Ilri-
lnT ami iII-IIIIIhk and ll utnn.
fm-tiirr of tolmxii, knv ami
Man li ii llm irlin ll lndu
lilin. (otlirdnMi. Auu. 2. tla li"n
lion ( 5 :. i. m.) lMilulfly no
new of any Mrl msarillnit mill
.ir ofN'rallmn Imii--ii .i-r-huiiii
and tin or-a of llu al
Im lia Imi-ii iM-riuliiisI m iumf
from .rinaiiy tn lioiii-rilani
durliiB tin lal two ila.
II U known, lHtwrrr. Hull md
lairy oiH'ralloiM on a Irfinimlon
wulf aw In proKrt'M and II I
Hndi-rMioiMl lluu tlir (Mi-maim ar
llinm iiiir ila-niM-lviHi aauinM tin
enilM Him nf alllin Willi an-lim-MliMiiitl
fury.
AMM-rfc-aiM an.vlii fcrw from
twtnU on IIh IIIiIimi u llial
N GLOOIVI
TODAY
AFTER
Mil IT a mi
1VHM H n
1U
lariti iiiiihIk r ol nonndiil an'
ot'lng hronulil lino I luii iliiil'i."
.Ma-lilimlon. tug. 2H. 4oiiiiI
lUTii-lorll. tin' rniHii hiiiIiiik.
nailor. UNlay iIimiIinI imiIiIMiiiI ri"
Mirl that M had adth-r of tii-r-nuill
lroom on I In' lili-Ull of
t alalw.
Iiiitlnn. Auk. 2 (3:1 n. ml
Thi. t roll I ! i oiiiiiKiii i im lo
in "Hiv hui .1 I'Uiiii'M, aiiy.i:
Slme lh nrrut dii".iirr wn m
Infill ihf hIIu-4 in Hi-Ik i ii in a fl
it n- v ili-t-i-r-i than i-vi-r h.m 'u-i-n
iiiil'1'H. d l- ihi- 'riianrNliip.
'Kruiit a nii-MHMKo. n'-'it inn it
h"iir uku liv Hit' I ri-iKli . in i)
h..winn llnhluiK "" III" I'ik '""
IMi-i'ti I'wniiirut atul 1 i'Uti-.i-j. tt
) aiiurrii tliul ihe I- rriii Ii h u'i
lira-n drlwn li.uk i.mt ihrir llli-
if f nun o r furl tnun In .i pi.lnt
t wriiiv inili- ni'liiiiil thui tin.
"Thrr in no lnici-r any rnni i
foililU-U iibmsrU-a bilui-t-n Id
1'ini.iii mam mlvurn i. iiml I'.irm.
I ii.li r Hid i irruniBi.HM in it h Hui
nut riin Umi I In- Kn iu ll inln
iKtiy h.i rvomiii-il mid rpion
mrurlHii lim-if ui u i inn m . 1 inr of
fni til ! nafi ly.
".MraiiK hlli. ua if a ti'K' "f
rutin wua now lootnitiK luifituwl
Ii tln-lr muiil thi-lr flfnt ti-t
hum lHn tu aviolni a ariifral In
Mim riii- niiiiiiuiiil of I'ai iii mill
ll irooiia.''
i:t.i. i tiiwkh .uit inr
I IIWM I. 1INM I, is imr.M
I. ..nil. .ii. AH :'it It I. m.l Thn
Tinn-a KiiliiHiy .irreni.i.mli iii, in Uin
1111U..11K I lie iiu.iii..ii ..ii tin- l-'ri'tirli
In. hi o r .):
' Tho ni-wii that tin- hIIw-i hui n--tui'il
tn ihe Inn- Irum I.i-.hi.-iiii t"
Ciiiiilil.il hIi'.Wh Hint iii livi- di-l.'-iM' nl
tht- luir ' mi I. ill lt Jn.iu.it-i lit- h"
linn iiliaii.li.ni'd uiui tii'il Hi.""- two
tt.riri-Mit-a haie lifrn It'll tt-inii.r;irilv
In Innk afir ilit'iinu-lv .
"Thi- iii-.i-aMlty rr holdlnc tin ln
ItTial hi.lwt-i'11 Ihf lit-tilt mill I'nni
l.t.ii mid I lit- S.iiiituiMi nrar Ueviili-aU
la protiH '!- tlm In .In" in-i-'l for h.'lil
I ri k Mi'Xit-it-a. I mrr III. a ...UH H"t
or thi Mt-iiso lii-l i t'fti Mt-xt-irt-a mid
Verdun la I'l-iii'trati-d l.y thf InMi.l-r-Ihc
Hlmle Hiati-m t.f Irnniir ili-lfiini-
if ruaiirti Krunie liri-aka dnn nn.'
If thi lli-IU nrnilfa ur. Inlrri.ir tn thi
i in my in. thing rc mama but ruirrut.
"II llir ln.f Ihi-ri- la aklllfully 1p
l.n.liil it hIm.iiM i.t- iiinai ililll'-iilt tn
.fiit-tr..lf ljift-rt-, l.onn md IthtltiiH,
wlil.ii ire innviilfd with f riniiiit-nl
r.'rlilli'.itlotia. Hut Vk rr lint at thm
n. im fl.
"The Una from !iateaii l.i film
l.rui inu-i eilH'.i nn i-nvH..lnx at
turk on the north but thl utti-nif.l
will pri.liiilily full.
V ha avrry right to e'-rt vh -
Inry today lillt If Wf Unlit Will tt Of
rlaiiv vlitnry wt nuit nlmn.l..n nur
I'.iKfa on Ihf i-ii.iat n.irtli of the mouth
t.f thf tfornni mid ahlft further aoutn,
either tu Havre or Oierimurf.
'If we ae unalile to leauiiie the of-
ft-nalvr and heal bark the tleimaii
uMa. k from the north one rnnae-
tiient'e will ! tli.il the (liTtinin will
lie ul.lf In kt i'li ll umler t unatant ou
aervutlun. "We niual meet Ihla ty a tniinter
Hlta.W with ,aearhliKiita a ml iititi
Hiiiraft ami. Sp..i mmm ahmil.l
m.ilVp .ia.tUt partita for alrahlp
ahotiting.
The tlerniuna will nlao mniinl
Ihrir ht-vlti tuna ai any port tht-v
t le anil mi moli' there ni lie an
army einumprd on the helwlita il
Hii'nan.
"Let ua, however, he rtefiil 'or
one nieri-y. The inu'rvmniiiii nna"
t ier, dm trlnarli-B aid lunaliia lio
wiahed in fit ua nut with .1 ihaillli'l
tunnel are ailt'n.ed for mmI and all."
ASOI ITM AO WITH 1-Af.l.lSH
lyON-vf; -VI HV IIKSVY"
Uirdon. Au. IH (I? Ii p. m I
Premier Awiuilh annnunred In Ihe
hnui-e tif ro"imniia today that the Itril.
ikh troopa in Weitni-adiiya (UhiinK
were eapnaed 1n the atlurk of live
Herman nrmy t-nrpa. Th Inaaea on
bnth altlea, lie aaid. w 're urea I.
I'remli-r A.Ullh tald:
"We liava heard trim Field Mai
ahal Sir John Kreni-h, rt.mi.-imider In
i lin I of the HriiiMh ei.i-dition.iry
r.ircea. lhal In the flKhun whl h
took plate Writneailay, Auiuat it and
ahlrh appiara to have been In the
nelKhlMirhnnd of I'am'unl and li'ii-
teau, our troopa were eapnaed to 111'
Htl.i.k t.f live ilerniHti army rorpa;
two dlvlitinna o' ravalry and a reaene
em pa of raialiy and a aei-und t avalry
dlvlalnn.
"liur aeiond rorpa in ihe fourth dl
vlalnn Imre the brunt of ilia tavalry
attai k, while our flrat nrmy culpa aaa
(t'onOiiued nn I'aata Two.)
.MM DA YS DESPERA T
io House of Commons Announces
c
MM
RUSSIAN
Military Attache at Paris De
dares Vast Force Now in
East Prussia Will Take
Kaiser's Capital.
TERRIBLE MARCH OVER
GERMAN FRONTIER
Defenders Forces Divided
and Whole German Army
Said to Be in Full Flight.
Whole Cities Abandoned.
l-arla, uu. as m;ii a. in. ..
t'iiloiM- ll oiliiol, I Indian mill,
lai y at Im hi' lirrr. U til.ilt'il li
the Journal a- liatlnu n-nutrki-il
In an lim-rvii-u that Ih- .in hi mi
williniil liidlM'ii'tloii lluu otln-r
nrliiHK wtrt- uIhhii tn iniu.lt-wi-Mti-rn
I'mla. ln-r rneliiic
iIm l-twla. Im- miltl. Hit- Hiiwdiin
would liuin Ii Mralitlil In lli-rlln.
ItlSNlWS Kllliltllll H
MKIM. I.IIVIN(. l'ltH.I(H
Home. Auk. js, l.i I on ion
p. in.) -1'h it i'iioiiii.i ui Trieate,
Aiiatria, of thi .Mt'-tMitf rn eaa:
"A ai-rlniiH iiiti.lli inn pn-vaila '
I'tila. where llir troi. pa ha-.f lit-fii re
dutetl to half radon. An i-iitrt-ln li
ed i-anip la ot-ina . .mihi i u.-ted iii.iiiiitl
Cola
"The Anairian It.. opt. opiralliitf In
Ihe aouih have hfeii ordered to re
main on the dt'ft-iiKiw. ii h I.. i hi- ifJ"1
bfia of IronpN halt, l.t-i-n I ikt-n fioin
ItwKiilu l. nil to ut to Sii In In In t.ppuae
the liuaaiar.H, v. Ilo me mukiiiK nl.it lo
in pronreaa."
I Mri KOIt WII.MWI (.IIIKYI-S
r TitMi-s or r.wr ntisi
I. on. I. .11, Auk. 1'h T.:"..'i p. in I -A
llelllll rilKpltli ll henl by the Wt.lfl
bureau nnd ita. hlnu here by way nf
Itotterdnm. aia that kiiipemr Wil
liam ha dire, led the followiun tele
Kram to hia nni'-alry:
"Main llf .i.l in.il l. l. Auiiiial
27.- The Iriala In whlrli mv roy
al prnvin. e nf Kat I'lifxi l la
Hiiblettetl l.y the Iniuaion nf ltu
aiana filla me with the Hri-menl
t'. Hi ln ptel ..il. but I know the t-iitir-
UKe tf mv l-.n-M l-rifatrilia Ion
well ti. il tn know that lliei are
ever reudy m throw thi-in-a'li ea
on Ihe altar of the lai bet land
and will tea. Illy Hive thru blond
and wealth for the anke of ih'.r
e.iiinirv and manfully Pear tin
lini.lahlpa of war.
"Coiif iileiit e in the Irn aial ilile
mlalit of our. heml.- army and
linahake il'le belief In the help
of a llvlnti iiml. uniet her wuh 'he
rnnat-loiianeaa we me fhtinij
for a worthy i-.niae. ahoni.l ulve
ua faith in an earlv tl.-tm-i v or
Jermany 1r"in Ua em-miea
"I wiah that eiervthiim poaal
ble ahuil he done by the Herman
people lor lhi..e laiat rruamana
who are i.Wim d to leave their
Immea. With thla In view I
limine my iiiinlt-try and Hie vnr
iniia atale aiithoi Ii lea t itaaial ill
Ihe work of n-lnf. Take thnr
.urh meaaiirea for thia pin iose
-.ml rrniiil lii me what haa been
done. (ik.nt..ll
"WII.I.IAM. ItKX"
The diapiil- h nlit.i al.nea Itel. h An-
...... ih.. ..nl. nil imper in
lieriin.
imbllahea n Impeiial de. rie duled J
AURitat 17. calling on ll f.ermun In
foreian n.llilaiy aetvltea In return I"
nennany
A menmiie received In llerlin from
r.illiifi I'Jnrnat.n. at.n of ihe Vorwe-
, , .imit.iar.at. aaaerla that (lerman.
relUKiea rrum Kaul I'ruaalu r -irl j
AMIES
AI1AT
t
f
SEE
cs
4
ninny to la of liriiiiility i.ii the pnit nl
HllH-.tali-4.
II '.a lepiird'tl llmt Tillielin It
will. Ih.- SiM-iiii i!iiiot-rM loiiriiiili-t.
hiia been iidmilletl na 4 .ir ii.rie
i'.iilelil tn Ihe (iemiait null 11 he.id-
imirlera lit Ihe front.. I
4 i
HI I ll.s or T!- Illtlltlti Vllt II
I IlliOl (.11 I.I KM IV I lioN I II II
1. 011. ..n. Ann 2S (5:23. 11 111 - The
Si. I 'i-Ii 1 -.I... 1 a 1 nrreepnii.l.'iii of tin
I 'oft in ilifr 1 iMiik the 01..1 ;it..i in
Kur-t I'm Nia, 1. Ua of the tllfMi ult h a '
iihnh iiiilure h.i-t plact'tl ill the w.-n 1
nf Kti"i:in ntlv.-inte, un.i fnvn the
l ieril.a mt had t-lii.riiinll!v mult lpll'"l j
th-itt. tin II. tilt it- l.y tiwi.i.-t 11 a. l.i fit. 1 - I
lit.ii of iiKt'.nltl iiieth.iil'-. Ijtkeleiaj
Itn.t niai-'-hi--i were anwn with lttle
pit.- 11 in I tAlnri'ii-r prii. 1 1 a file ie-
Iniilil i f tt ll. ij timber m il- pla.-i il. I
I'.M t w ht re tlit re wert Im tnlibilde
Wilt- rlitaiiult'lllinla. j
' We have no exnef infornmt li.n.'' j
th.. rnrreapomleni contlnii.-a. ""t how:
ninay arnn . m pa (lermany hud left j
tn ii.p.iM. the Utiarlitu alkali, e. I't-r- :
tt:i I'M there Were Mi-len mid liiiKflhly ,
t.nlv flit- Whatever their number 1
three me ri-tre.iHi.il utub-r eover of j
the I'ortreaa of Kniiiaabne ami t.ne
la in full flii:ht mi oatiro.l.-.
" Ml tool f limit away .1
thtir iiiiiih and uiniiiiinlt .011
1 ret rent 1
ami ei en .
their fi.iid.
"The lliiaaian urn
by f.irred .
ve.lRe lie.
H.i tleiin.r- '
command -'
inai'the- lime driven
I ween the liirman r -i-nliiim
ivaa the I!uh-
era' wrateey that Hie ..crin.in foree ,
nl.nii.lniieil their ent i . ii.-lie.l poaiiloni
tin ihe Ana.-ritpli without u fiKlit. j
The aiiihnrtlira of "nt l'i uaaia :
have i-iiiikIii the pnin.- feetinu frniii I
i i.-Mnnnv'a iiimv. It i report-d that,
the enmiiiBiitliint of Marient.uiK haa
nldeie.l the ill ha i. It a lit a tn eiu.-nate
the tininlry wliile at f-tHiitm the
alnl' i a were r.pein.1 w.lh Hie obeet ;
nf flnnilillK Ihe inllliUy In prevent.
Ihe Itaaaian atlvan.-e.'' j
in i iti:i'oitT worm u
inmiY in i t rm s-i
I...111I011. Auk. I!" 11-!' m -The
Itiiaaiun eniiiaaM hiia ie.eivt.1
tt I. nr.mia I'oiifiruiuiK the lliiaaiuii
...-.ill. all. i ll. il Tilail. a town III C-i--'
laiuw.i. amy inilea n.itlit-nt
KneliiKaiterK. It i ml'led that
Kinunana made Rreat iiipluit-a
-.1 i
111- ;
and '
M.-.l '
that the Kai umii mid I opuliitl
The ItiiKttluna bavt
lioelul aervlte In
eatabln-hi d
I'l'llMtia and
- Itiiaainn atampa nn-
tiaed.
IMItl MHh ONI MOIlr!
TO MM' l lll.lt IM MII "!
I.i.nili.n. Auk (l Ii p m A ,
iliapat.-h In the Kxrb.iiiKe Teli-Ki a ph j
iniiipaoy In. in Home ' that a ili
p.H Ii re.il.ed I here from Vienna (
atntra that Aiiatria ban d.-ilaretl warj
nil lielKllim. The Allit-rlt.in miuiaiei
In ItelKium " '" "-'"'I to tike
t liurxe of Aiiairtan ini'-reaia ineie.
in. itvtvroitri" lioi.lts III ssi
AliVSMr. IMHlniiini
W.iahliiKton, Anp. : 'ouiit voiij
lleriiHlorir. the ilermnn innbaaaa...r. :
conferred with !-.- nnry l.ryan ,
.lay on the l't l.at.l . P Ut Herman
..wned Wlreleaa en .-ecr.-"." v
Itryiin au Id alterwai.N thai the tpi' i'-,
tn. ll alill via unaeilltd. j
KiKlulng I'1'- Uiiaaian Imrder.
the iinihnaandiir a. ml b- la-en in. re- ,
ly cltiahea of oiui.oxih The cminiri
U .mi ll nnd ll'ifm nl it !. he explained, i
and the t.iw na r-" ' ' - euptureil
lliiMhiana are uinl'-l' ti-lt-d mid unim
portant pollita. No l.a-alan .llati.it. Il
ea, the teiintv de- I i had men
tioned eiiKayeiiienit 'h more than
one of Ihe 1'ruititi..!'
In ilefeliae of 1 1
eppelm mrahlp
into Antwa-rp.
lie. land that ill
em e oT women an.
fnrireaa aui h ua the
iimy culpa.
action t.f the
1'ioppiim btiinba
.m llernattii ff
ii. any the piea
tliiblieti In a
. .tv ol Antwerp
waa not permitted
AttH, k on a ft.rtitaa tn nioilern
warfare, he pt.nile.l o-.l. n.a be mr
rt.d on Iroin the a i 'il a" """
the aiewe anna.
The ambaaaador nnd he would li"'
diatiia the future mil did mil lake
up the diplomat), ai l. id the Hum
pean atrole It. L i- he entered the
dipbiniallc ante room he Inquired
u meaaenger if other dlpl'MoiHa were
pi.aeiit. The no-a--'"r anaa.-.e.l
that Ihe mlniaicr ''a"1" ""
inii.ao wua w.nlinii
"Well, we are imi r
him,'
the amb.iM.1.1. i remi.rfce.i.
tu In."
J
Kin rralicia... An. .H. lr'in w
Francmio nnllei. have riiiM-d
the prlt e id ll.-ur forty eenta a
i.urrel. Faat. in mlllera Imve
ndiniiced Hour II hurrel.
That English Losses Have Been Very Heavy
OPEN
Summary of Today's War News
A serious reverse to British arms on the French fron
tier is officially announced in Berlin.
After 9 days f;ghting the Germans claim to have put
the western line of the allies to flight. The English, it
is asserted, were defeated at Maubeuge, France, and the
Franco-Belgian forces driven back toward Maubeuge.
Belgian attack.-) from Nancy and Antwerp were re
pulsed, it is declared.
Field Marshal Sir John French, commander in chief
of the British expeditionary force reports that his troops
were attacked by five German army corps and cavalry
Wednesday in the neighborhood of Combrai and Lecateau,
and that their casualties were heavy. He docs not state
the outcome of the battle. Combrai and Lecateua are
French towns about ten miles southwest of Maubeuge and
the description of thd scene of the fighting reported by
Field Marshall French and announced in the house of
commons by Premier Asquith today fits in with the bat
tle line indicated at Berlin.
An English correspondent at Lilh. France. 3ays that
the advance guard of the Germans is now at Pont-a-Marcq
and Marchiennenes. French towns just south of
Lille in the department Du Nord.
A newspaper despatch from Boulogne reports that tha
Germans broke through the French lines near Arras in
the province of Pas de Calais, but that the French have
the situation well in hand.
British marines are in force at Ostend. A press de
spatch from that town says that the Germans a.e within
twenty miles of the place.
King Charles of Rumania is reported seriously ill.
A British destoyer has sunk an Austrian destroyer off
Corfu, according to a news despatch from Brindisi, Italy.
German troops are reported as taking the offensive in
Belgina Congo.
The Russian military attache at Paris is credited with
the statement that additional Russian armies are about
to invade western Prussia with the intention of marching
on Berlin.
THE WARm officer
AT SEA
I oii.b.ii. i-jt. 2H il.' ;1 i. in.)
I I'lilral Newt ill-Mitii In. in
lliiinli-.i. hull. aa Unit a lull
IkIi iloHiroyer mink an Aualrliiu
ilit-4roi r off ( t.riii iilu r a
inliiuli- fltlil.
New Vork. Auk. -" It
polled in alnppin . ii.'lt-. h
wi
i . t.
re-
d..v
tn.. t aix in .i. itriiiNh . r iiM-n
i. i t'll t. nl. ie.1 o the AH.. i.ii. .
I., hi... k.. tie Ain.-ri. an ..nta a.i
li . I
....hi
.. .l.ht
t he en. ape ol II. rill. Ill
mer 1 1 la 1 1
fliiiia ami in t ii'iir the ii
lilt A t la iii i.
Tin- l:ni
of ihe .'ti. liti 'a i ii l .-It 1 1.
Mil . onh.il K'-ni'i .. ! lici t- iv
. i . -tiii.i m nor il'h I lit
Id tnith
ii. .11
I'll,- ll'I'llll.l'J'M of lilt lltW I'
S ot .li 'i. - I . Ii K r..lt llhl. ll Man a
l.y .1 tl.i.tltlU 111 III.- lllllt. tlllb-ri
Uliili. . .i i Ii 'i iii l.t-i 111 ml. ueie I. in
at I. II toil. i)
li-il
New Y..ik, A. it. Captain liv -
una ot the I'.iito-h lieiuh. it iin-i
liriiin l it' i. p.'ited on the arrival
of hit h h . i' t..'liv Itom Mm una in-
and Tiinalot thai Aimat "'I
tin co.-l "i I !!-. il. Ihe I '11.111' 11"
.ied bv 'he llellliill ll.lf.'l
lin-a.leii ami t n ihev wile i
pelletl by II..' I'l.-.l.n . .m mi ml'1
tn aimi a pl.-.U.- i.oi fnh' i.ii"-'
I lei in any.
Heattle, Witah.. Auk -J --The I'rit-Itt-
cruiai-ra Ni- Cfiu- anl llalnhow
and the Japmn-ae cnip--er Idumo ale
mill erlliaina ul.iliu ill oiimi i-tlnnl
nnd Ihe norlheni lmt a-ii ' '..luin'oi.'
.-,. arekliiK Ih- Cumin i in met
I.eipr.lK Tin belli f ih yiownu that
lb. Herman leawl tlnl i'"' en""'
north of Cape Mend" "al
where ahe waa aichteil t'"i ilnn a it "
Tl. ieii.ii-1 from Itrilii h t 'nlam 1
ih.i it ...in arhooner had aallrd
it,, in Venule with Cnal for the l.eip
... Im t.ln.leil bv the f .1-1 that the
ieaa.1 in iuieaili.il removed her rmln
uppi.ratna laat month ami wmil
ilierefoiv b i. liable to rm. I the l.eip
am.
E
HOAD
TO
KILLS 3 RED
GROSS NURSES
French Send Sworn Statement
to Neutral Nations Alleg
ing Hoirible Outrages Ai
ter Battle at Moncel.
w .
ihlli.'lo. .tl. . - Klali.e
Ii.im vi i.m'l n-il a aiinr.l alatc
nn lit II...I alt. r all I'liaaiP'Uif lit
al Alnn. il a i;.ilii.in ollii.i Iii e.l
..it ihli't- Ceil I I'.iin iiiiiit-f.. klll
Iiir luo ami woiltiilll'i; lite th.l.l.
Mar. .-lie .Ion), a ntir-te who
'in woiiml.it. mv ore in it att'-r
Ihf l...tth- on AiiKUft I 'i idle waa
nitf intHii- thi vi.aimli.l with two
otln-r inii-.es v. hi n a Ci i man
..ii .l i oja lie. I f..- ..ii thi-iii lion.
:. ti.Htan.t ..f lia than thiny
t.-' l A lo.ll. t -.ha 1 1 it-.l her
arm, aht' atatt-d. mid hit" f.ciml
ill it lit I two . ompalln.ll -At-lf
.bad l.c-mle Inr All thlee
l.ui -if-, h-r at a I e ll it 1 1 .
pl.i.nlv u.iie th- .ii"imu.i of tin-
l!..l I't.lV-
'Ihe l-'r. ll. ll R.. .1 I'lllflll, pin
ItHliliK th .t tin- a. I i.t l:l lit. ta
li. .il of Ihe Heiieia .-..in eiitioii
r.l run!, ana it etempl.lica tin--iv
inr i bin . n it r of the war.
ail i a
KING CHARLES OF I
ROUMANIA ILL J
r.
me. v ia
I'.ina. A'lR. (k 1'
neaa diapati h fioin
.t. it. a that Kind
lloimiaiilB at-rn ma
la runior.-d. at.i.rd
dntpult ll. that he a ill
a m I -- 1
Iim hart-il
' hurli a of
ly ill ll
Iiir tn the
-.b'.illy at.ili.itle.
ATTL
E
PAIS
GERMANY
11
E
Headquarters Statement An
nounces Complete Defeat
of Entire Western Allied
Army and Fall of Paris
Certain.
FIERCE EXULTATION IN
BERLIN OVER VICTORY
Declared Short Work Will
Now Be Made of Western
Foes When Approaching
Russians Will Be Annihi
hilated. lierlln. Auir. 27 (Iiy Wirelvaa
In the Aw". a Piled I'reaa, via Hay-Ml-.
I.. 1. Auif. 2H. 7: -111 it. in I
lli ail pun t. ra h.ia laaui-d un of
II. r 1 1 that the wtat.-in
i in my li:ia evei w here been du-l.-aitil
nnd la in full i ft real after
linn- .lass' fihhllliK
.l.-neial Von Kluk ibfeiiled
tin. I'uitllnh army at MatibeuKi'.
ii-ni-uetl the attack today mid
t hi . -..telle. I - tn aurruuiid It.
Heiieiala Von lllilow and Von
HaiiHi-ii coiiipletely ilefented the
I- rani ii-HelKuiii forcea. about
i-ikIii coi'pa, hetweeti the Kainbre
mid N.iiuur iiml the Meuae, ill
aiierai ilaya' bailie, and are How
piiiNiiiuR tin in tn the eaaiwald
ol M.iulit-tme.
The iittaik on Maiibeime a'ua
i.peiit'd l.y the llriin.l duke Al
bre. In ol Wurtembiii if, who de
l. i. pil umi pin "lei the enemy
iicI'om-. Ih.. hViimia .li.d thn
MeiMti.
The Ht'immi inmn .rltue la
adv iiiiiln townnla the Meuae
mi.l 'tb.- -'Ioiaii prifictt of Hai arlii
i.'l.ulse.l an mt.n k from Nancy
ami lb.- H'.ii'h.
o iii ial ii lli-rrliiKu n ciin-nia.-t
tin. piiraiitt southward
till..i.i;h the X'oaileH.
lo'ii la In ui ii divlalnna attmk-
llm 'l 'l-r..la mid culli'-td IV
tiom Ai.iaerp have tteii re-pi.l:-.'.,
p.aiiiK Mima nnd many
pliaoiit lH The Hi l l ill la.pnla
li. ai R.iielally ..il In ipalial III the
fiKllllllV, lit-i i-ait.iliiiK rt ii-ri. I."
pret-.-tv t- mi iifiirt .
ill.- ...IpN ol the la-t rea.-riea
hj.l. Iiet-li c.tilt.l tint o R-II. ltd
ct.tiiiiianicaltoii'..
HI I l T Ol I M.l. AMI
ni.r i ai.i. or ikis"
It i a illili. uit in Ueairlbe Ihe tler-e
fXultotiol. t.l all cl.iaaea ill litllni
ii.ei Un- in wa i t the llniiili reveiae
at Al a ii 'it urn-, aa itiinuuncf il nth. tai
ls lr an aimv lita.l.'uuriria today
The i 'eim. in i.-M-mnient uanlnat
Iviml.tial I T has Inu "iniei teil heiael'
into th. ...mil i un.i lor i alima ut
Jap in. a s.'ilow tine, ia an deep that
new o.' the eiirreiuler of Ihe Uriliali
u i in v i.n Ihe i-ont:nent will be re -.
-else. I si iih iii.it. Joy and aalilac
t a. n in I.i-iI.ii than llOinna of ihe fall
of I'aria
It ia reported here today thit a
p. .nil. ll if the llriliah force la at
pi,-.. Ill ehut tip ill alaUbeuKe.
1 be lieriin populace, im-piraii bv
Ihe aim... in. eminl from mllitaiy
h. 'H.I p. ni tt-ra that Ihe "Iron rlnu" la
iniikinii us was around tha Kren.h
Hrili-.li and 1'elKluti forces Irom
( 'am l.i .. I to Ihe Voojea, i khllilla 111.
He innrerii rt-tar.lin the altuation
on the e. latent fioutiu ol (lernmuy.
It haa full confidence lhal Ihe lai-.lt
oil Ihe weal line will be speedily fin
lehed and that the victorious Herman
armies will then make sharp work.
CLAIMS
VICTORY

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