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VOLUME XXXI. -onAijlvOU
BULGARIANS AND T[UTONS .I SHING.
THEIR LINES INTO S[RVIAN TERRITORY
English and French Sending Help. to Pluck) Little Ally.
Russians and Germans Again in Severe Struggle
on Russian Frontier.
London, Oct. 17.-The Austro-Ger- tier.
man and Bulgarian invasions of Servia The Germans have taken the of
and the efforts of Great Brithi andifensive south of Riga and forced the
France to aid their litle ally are hold- Russians out of their positions, cap
ing the attention of Europe. uring ny prisoners and some
Winter weather is helping the Scr- guns. Oi the rest of the Eastern
vians, reports icaching Lopdon say front the offensive remains with the
cold rains are impeding the German 1ussians, who are attacking we-t of
movement, which at best must he *slow Dvinsk, in the center and soth of
over what answer for roads in the the Pripet river
Balkan states. O1 the whole, It appears to observ
The Germans, however, claim to em here as If the Germans taxed
have taken the heights south of lid- greatly to hold their present lie, ex
grade, while along the Danube the cept In the north where they have
army of Gen. von Gallwitz Is pushing j ade repeated attempts to take
the Servians back. 0 *vinsk. The capture of Dvinsk would
The Bulgarians claim a rapid ad- mean the fail of Riga and would
vance into Macedonia, although the compel the Russians to withdraw be
French are already reported to be in hind the Dvina river. Tis ambition
contact with them at Giovgeli, while already had cost the Germans many
both the French and British continue thousands of men, but they keel) oil
to land troops at Saloniki. trying.
Neither Itussian nor Italian assist- There is a lull In Flanders and
ance has developed, but the Italians Champagne, iwobably the calm be
have begun a more vigorous offensive fore another storm of shells. Activity
along their frontier, and have cap- for the ilionent, has been transferred
tured Pregasina, an important ad- to Lorraine, wJiero the French report
vanced point of the fortified Riva the caitue of a trench north of Rellon
group on Lake (arda. This will be and to the Vosges where the Germans
of indirect aid to Servia, preventing again have withdrawn from harts
as it does the movement of many manas-Weilerkept wich has changed
more Austrian troops from that fron- hands many times.
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A. Ni), 0111 1ING SITUJATJIONS
FIRST SHO0W 2:0119 3:30, ):009) 6:30, 8:00, 9:30.
* PrnceAdoph f Srava, himea n thefasl: of .Ria tndr woul
~l 5. heloii* .05 t Cl- o mp E igell Rsians detoa wihdaw e
ohy, h e Dv in ife Tis amtion
oiate ay fhad .ost he Gran many
have I lie titlesand of amarn llecuhto~it oen u t hey keep on
TheI ucies uiewor~e 13'ThRere is'. and I lners ande
J eiiahisto1110tht h~ ~'hili aletohapagne, pobab y ah c~ramb
ly efues..m. lot, harig forhselkno th t lie whll s.tAivy
prioli .o, il) \ ig ntl igo i nore, o w ohem' thei- ou ie reor
tO) a cxplnatio, wlileu 10)1a th catue ofi a tdencryth of, shelo
ag ices and toothelaVesoesawhelie:thfateheans
to le:, le in, s hyui. ieI t'mmns-We ha irkleit wlehae lhanged
palarle .Astin troops frmat fron-i hebst ha many teluis. yurg
an Amercan ('il'ESENT
T~ n.Sedcshes incie Dreksamtics f Atafreissimi
whie Starof Seave Kes thcontry pahee li:'"Ther'siractorMan", Etc.
ni)! t, ilmito esuade20 lii30, to00 i 6:t30,~ and0 s :30. ariae
Pin'.SelAdon'h fory Syrava, seiol Injplure I an hroughnt
Ameien, tee King' shrvai chriegt Amerin gt.aSam, t
iatergat an seerly luete, hed.gi etadrpil ali oe
TM ry eldn, ls hatp-myowthero' be i eelyecoverb and un-i
a'e withpa hernce.ios og J' intr oant o h
amont ofuherodubs ae~nd Urite!.ne from W.l. oest You Watch.
ofThe famdly are very wealthye whend ouratcton thlie bureao
hve the teigieous agBron.Thpsil of masadad at noa'shnton and manr
rynd numePrince sodhe h,0m00 aeto pte i tetit ndive. acrict
egiainst o h00m000ha0 hme bltong its accurac" y actlorgAe
ae 80,000,000 Whnds thePrine rofo .' cnts to .5 seiedignA bu
Chriytin, 260,0he0 Cockanstnd hetr asernd issp-.mbothe gen '
and abou meanwh00,.00 h 'P ince~ rcietshadoin mussag ht 'taeis r
1alahe fid1i ahe ntebs of yorath. Tlighsyug
IHOW TH [NGLSH AWAIT THE GER4MNS
London, Sept.1 28.--Strangest look- out. of it. It becomes a steel eamqet
1ng of all the ships with the British In a waery grave. No naullical mind
grand fleet Is the Atlantic liner which Is required to realize that by east lug
has been transforied into a mother- about oil the bottom with a graiiel
ship for the sea planes. There are you will if a ol)Jeet %%it ihe
platforms In place of the prom eunder hulk 'Ind size of a submari no is lii
where passengers used to lounge, in(] the "death" of submarines Is es
bomibs In place of deck quolts, and tabliulied in this way.
thodining saloons have been fitted up1) ''Tue admiralty will not accept tny
as workshops. Everything that a (luesswork about. it." Said al o ceI.
sea plane needs in the way of repairs Iilay have l)l a xi)lo.lv ight
can be supplied. Into one or rammed It In a way that
"Ilore Is our assortment of bombs," must have broken its Wick; but that is
said an officer, showing an exhibit of not proof eiiotigh. rhe record goes
differeit sizes on a shelf. "That one down on the chart as 'supposed
weighs a htndred pounds, the same destroyed.'
as a six-inch shell." A
"What (10 youli use them on?" lie spondent. of Ilie .Xssoeitedi*Prss
was asked. went to see the sitbmarine defences
"Anythig, from a German ci'u iser, of a harlo'. CIii 5('t5 a112(1'str''
If we get a chance at one, to a sub- ers and aiiliaries were going a11(
mlarine. That big bomb would finish coming, but. the na ITow 0pelngs
a Zeppelint too." through id i they pamsed were
A crane that once had taken pas- clos(d intnt t I 120' weie by. There
sengers' trunks out of the hold lifted was 1124)1 t one i010(2 i'(.tioti if a
a sea plane off a platform and deol s- s11i'i te got i'nst the Iiv'-;t or the
Ited it oil the water, where it bounced secondit. was in a pouckei. Several
on the waves before the tiotor was have ben caught In this way.
started and it skimmed across the sur- ...i'ake care! n'ere is a ti
face for a hundred yards or more, rose, the coxswain of the admiral's barge
circled around the fleet two or three was wa'ned. "We don't want to get
times, and then disappeared out at vallgh t il a trap meant fol' "Fritz".
sea. Witi its floats it looked cim t One aval base tsye (ol'Ieslld
besid an ae roplaue-the differeice 01t sa% a nit mher of (esti-oye's ilt.
lilween a hawk and a duck. itoored to a at, ls together as
iost. of tile romance and Ohe action fii't in a basket. They had just come
rf sea warfarte while the lritish grand it fron a toir at sea.
deet waIts for tile Germani fleet to 'I Icie today and gone tomorrow.'
cone out are tile seaplanes aid the sa( 11 office'. "What a time they
h. troyerS. The dreadnauglits remain had last itet! And they alt'( ll foi
Ia harbor. except for occasional anotbet wititer of it. You know how
cruises into the North sea; bit the cold ie North Sea Is-lb you ('.in
planes and the destroyerts are always no0 unless you have been (it In a tot'
on the move. They work together in 1)(1 boat daning tie tatgo i the
hunting "Fritz", as Hlitish officers t eth (f that bitt.r wind, Witli t(%
i\nid men universally refetr to sutbia- spl-ay whlillg 11ll to the tol (f t!
rines. siokestacks. Ill Ilie dead (ti I.
A subi uarinte is visible lo anl .1".1- t w (21( collie a ait- f s it ('11 - k
tor when it Is crultising below tile sur- tarbor. flow Iey f01111d theii' vay I.
face. It never travels deeper than :"0 past me. Is a I f l hose youtig
or -10 feet and leaves a characteristic 1(2 ws W ('1i21 1(.'
ripple and alt lbubbles a(nd steiviks of It a (estl'oyet gets oi thw tIa(k (I
oil. W\'henl a plane has located a sub- a suna iite it ha titty k 11(11
maIrite It signals the hutiters whe'e 2igaist t. sitIiiarilie's six or eight.
to go. hit bofore thley 1r'ive a squlall it(re is 11( difiicit y in keep1 ug up;
illay la've hidden the I rack. A silb- her ireless hlgs i1 swa t f (1
marie iay be knowi to be inl a cer'- sist211'(. The fast. tit 'blue (lest1'oy
tain place and be lost and seen and ers seeied to sil ove' lie watet as
lost and seen again. S-ubniirti e hu1nt- If their b)1toiis were oiled. Only a
lig is a tireless gaie of hi(1e and seek. few of the crew are exposed when
Naval igenulity has ivented no end of showers of freezitg spray sweep the
methods of location and (lest ruction. decks, and all are '1( itick, short
Experiment has proved some to be coats of llama wool, which keli the1r
effectual and sonie useless. Strict- bodies varm and leave tte logs free
est kept of naval secrets, Illese. for movement in kepIng footilg as
Very thin the skin of a submarine the destroyers roll and plunge In a
and very fragile and complicated its heavy sea.
machinery. It does not take much of Every sip on tle blockade from
a shock to put- it out of order or a Iceland to the Britici channel is also
large car-go of explosives to dent that a part of the system of submarIe
skil beyond repairs. hunting. They show no lights,; thet
"Tile ditleiulty is to know. when you are 21 lights along the coast at. night.
get Iieni", all oflicer explained; for "it gives (111 all Idea (f Etlgllld's
it is the natlire of the submarine to 11121 iItime lesoces.- said an ofllcet,
sink. whether vitally injuired or not. ''hllol' Collside t I t we 112 i
It mlay have gone to th Ithottotm to 2!0Irwli 1u ~It '21 i 2 3
sta1y in 510 fa1thomts of waoter, ot' it. 11iny 11501 C'l(0
1havie suthborged un tdet' a (cho1)ppy sea TeIaWt ' 'iolOEl 11 d5(
211(1tlild it O('2 P. \~ella'e outi' of12 10 i~t. I liecoge iia sitee ao'sgetW
lii ll1 lf tie fr yar nx~. 'lIC 1(1 1 in a1 watiery 211 iil 21ave.2N nauti'al mind1
(1(21 ~t li 110 etLi g le eti01 abo Ilit on: thle andttom wita segape
I bom.We av no (lllyle '1(1ho oui i Iliearn'' if an lbject ith he 2
1(1kee) he ot' i'm ct gteat s Ij2 huIleka a side of ai submar1(1il 'i her
l~ltI hw (I (('s ro thm."('and4 ~te 2 "ath" of': submarwiiitnesl11 xis
lon tihe n oie dac 01 iftuy c tii abI'lishe in tis wa.lup. Iyod
not1121(0t iesu1)111111; 'I51 o gl1in1to one1 or12 rame i i awa ta
PikeSmustiq haSvolan.broken' it b'Pk u hti
ThektI~rg 1 i. isi u~'aivrd ow''n 'I'n th chr as 'suppsed1
W'i 'CAd iira CrawfordC' ih core
a leu~lili t(I Ili loy~l ngn ofr ha'y harbor.Crsrsndisry
rec~ve mch iiiblci 3'.itit1i ern s and'-1er atiixviiis were going 302 andI 2 t
mov slg'~tcl 13, 211( ('i tielos'edi instanter~I they were '(21 y h. bThere'
ohiyathy av a ; ' )1 O Iaskhlg was12 m(re Ita nelI'(WI bsrCion.g''(2 If a
til sufae Ii cofatd Iosubmot art ie e oealshe.rs r h
1)1(0 eglhaly th copsiJ et" ha v beeni~ 1agh in ltis way.OlS
broghtashreb3'retblw~i dos was clane d.0 "We21 don't wt'li' toh-e
thatIn ngitiduvekil In(Itti(r W aughtIill in a l tra m an for "Fritz".
- " f lienessawofaLnumber ofldestroyis lytIing11
('1~1Ih~:) B l' NIS I -~mood tgxo a ua sast lo Ctoge'ther as0i
What a v~goous ImpulseItodayuandI lone _omorrow,''_
3'ot peedw~e onr!ung.hoadk Brac ing! n they arein. o
Iii110.5 Ivlgt'~ lg '2 ~ay~e anots therk wIntertbt oft. YoIko h owcest
(l~flltiS. esDt. Pll' lilb-Ta-northnes 1you hraebng out 111 a~l tr
(hlah~~es and ove'coies hac~ngfet anythatg wrth wi, cit the
couhs.'l'ie nne l~~ngof he hro prdne writepiAnoludt hentop of rthei
Is utriighend n is atac agnthl~ey Itul mycom.Iee 111to i thechdark
col grms Eeryfarly eed a1)0- hrbor that dieyfntds ofo theyi
the conatantly.atthsna. trickcot byotheyourg
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