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Two Corps of Kaiser's Army
Called Back After hour
Days' Battle Defenders
Retire to Antwerp.
LONTKN, Sept. 14.
. ...i, frm Antwerp contains tlio
Win offlc,al communication l.sued
L the Belgian Government.
" . -... a.v of hnrd fighting, our
. MMi left fortified positions at
"" p ' ... ..inok the German forces In
,h". BruMels-Louvaln-Mallnes triangle,
W iJ1 . ,..., t.- milAf fluff nf
have returned wiimn .-
m Antwerp fortifications.
.The sortie, which at first seemed to
merely a skirmish operation nealnst
' . .,onnr4 loft by tho cnomy In
front of Antwerp, developed Into an ac
tion on an extensive .u. .. "''
1 ,.. vrv strong, owing to the
a.ture of the ground and the earthworks
thrown up during tno inai iwi-
The necessity ior nuiu,.. v... .-
.. , .KtlnA tViA nnmv to
,. at ui """" " ...J .t.
tilt for U avaiiaDie ior. .. .
.. .. mn nrmv corps, which had left
Jflnove for Nedebraeckel, returned hastily.
a thn ninth corps, wnicn " miumij
,nd w wnin Oudenardo-
Sen rosd; was llkewlae recalled
"Moreover Landwehr and Landsturm
rf,ichmonts stationed to the south of
Drn wc" M 1&'000, mar "Cf Wh?
Piuid at Brussels, lomo dayo took part
l the nghtlng.
"The resuii u" " , . .7
Mrtuoa from the point of view of tho
mtio"- .,.. i nnnxMiuence of our
t .r'l-.nllon. two' German army corpB
Intervention.' ...t.tanrn
have been uname iu " ..-
Sf the Germany armies which are retreat-
IIS In 7r"nc.e,.,.i. -nr,m.tton of all the
German force, avallabl. in this vlolnlty
our army rouna uemi, m i - -
numbers,' whereupon it returned to Ant-
'our army continues to be an Instant
... .- .. riarmnnn and will OblblCC
Sim to retain here Important forces
which evidently uc -., ...
Frai1.ce" f , M. rturlntr thn
four days of fighting have been heay.
conflict The flro of the Germans was
coning a .,. wnnflB ...
ery poor, nuc.., ...... ---- --
talned by our mon, generally speaking, of
alight character.
Outnumbered more than two to one,
I the Belgians fouuht ro desperately mat
thav not only neia uio enemy iiurc, uui
" 1- . tl (tin tntn s4llll
they forced tno rou.ni o w... .. ...-
Ion that naa Deai iai ouum "u
The Belgian attack wa delivered it
the German llns of oommunlcatlon. It
ras directed Dy iving Aiuori m poruou,
and ao swift was the raid that the Bel-
i . ....t.utail tiAarlv tn TirusOH. Ipnv-
,ins '.""""'.--, ,-- ,; -.' "v
lag a trail or uerniaii uwu m .uou hm
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German sailors, some of them from the Heligoland sea fight, are prisoners behind wire entanglements and every evening they pray and sing the German
national anthem. The picture is that of prisoners at Frith Hill, The wires are charged with electricity.
Alleged Swindler Is Indicted
for Perjury and Obtaining
Money Under False Pretences.
War Secretary Composes Differences
Arising Out of Battle of Charleroi.
LONDON, Sept. 14.
Iird Kitchener has been at the front
t-nlce within tho last fortnight. His later
visit, during which he was away from tho
War Office for two days and a half, was
to confir with Field Marshal Sir John
French, In command of the British ex-
ytdltlonary forces, and General Joffre,
tommander-ln-chlof of the French army.
It Is known that for some time there
has been considerable difference of opin
ion between the British nnd French lead
ers, arising out of the retreat of the at
lles after the battle of Charleroi. So
acute did the feeling become between tho
tno leaders that I.ord Kitchener deemed
fc necessarv to Intervene personally.
f aMch he did successfully.
in connection with Loul Kitcheners
absence from London this week the of
ficial Press II u re au requested the London
neujparers not to maka any mention of
this moement In fact, the day after
he left, tho Press Bureau Issued a
bulletin to the effect that "Lord Kitch
ener visited the Klntr at TtnM,l, .!,,.
Palace toda "
iius was for the purpose of preventlns
leakage of neivs of Lord Kitnhennr-e
presence at the front, news In which Bcr.
... .uuiii nm n-en creatly Interested.
However. fUc minutes after tho bulletin
naa ISSIlPfl tllM Draua 11. . . 1 . ..
Ji'ir.papev correbpondents that tho Horn '
was not lius, but liODed tlmt tl, .,... i
papers uouM not deem It neoesBary to
withdraw the bulletin, which nono did
ii,i i.".? ll'5tanco f the frank way In
which the British ofllclula take the news
Papers Into their confidence.
British Soclotles Hers to Aid "War
Sufferers Abroad.
lora.'!ale.lpllla ,Hrttlsh "ocletlM have
CL .irnfnlttee t0 reoelve contribu
nh'V Xh", ain relief of the widows,
B?hSMiand olUr ePendenU on Eng
bth?,rr, 2,rhea,lors klB1 r wounded
Say 5 7"1 ln. ths nr"lsl Consulate to-
I out nf thmUla,9a pla"8 for the ca,-ry
to V. knhe PurPs t the committee,
mittee 2? ,", as 'h "Philadelphia Com
Fund'' M" n,ltlsn National Relief
aUn Ppeal ,or aM ls ,0 ha made
kve btnB,iSh!ncl Ma'11' contilbutlons
hl?h wa, ,1;e',-ne of th" lare,lt '
mltt?.""S?ln? wera elated on the, com-
i W ; i'h?,tm8n.! Dr B- c Hanlngton.
B " ,n "road street: V n nn.,.n
"Welation I'm' ,n .fare of the "thletlo
horary ti.i.Mr",ty of nmilvanla,
U4 Till 'S'r' V"1 Dr s- p Roaa'
"' "Ulldlnr. honorarv nnuLn
fr' ""n t War, Sail
" smg-Tao Harbor.
W t, . PEICIN. Chln R.n. -II
T""-Tao Mo tne American consul at
In bf nil, ,";, to UBe hls fol
lrMill shfn. J.', Jh two Japanese
-Tao harbor ' "lied into tlw
hh wtr. .. -a1 e" declared, and
Th Jaran T " caP,u',e'l
i' Plns-Tu sl,.nVta,lon, Prol
'MtS 5f"nr' accordlnr to
RSTAN "cASuIiiHi24.045
nTb omcut li.t. , "R,-IN. Sept. 14
ft fman llJ aualtls to dat in
Ability to dislocate hi rlrht arm at
will has brought several hundred dol
lars to Frank J. Marter, of Sherman
dnle, Pa., but efforts to work the trick
for damagn olnlms In this city were
futile, and this afternoon he was In
dicted by the Brand Jury on charges of
perjury and attempting to obtain money
under fnlse pretences,
The man, according to F. H. Oasklll,
special agent of tho Rnpld Transit Com
pany, Is one of tho best "accident
fakera" In the country. Ills arrest was
duo to an Investigation mndo by Gas
klll during the last two weeks.
Shortly after hla arrival In this city last
month, Marter went U the hubway station
at Fifth street, threw himself to the plat
form nnd declared that hla right arm had
been broken ln falling from a car, said
Gasklll. The following day he presented
a claim to the company for $1500. The
company Ignored his claim, and about a
neek ago Marter said that ho would ac
cept $1000. This was also refused, nnd the
man finally said lie would bo satisfied If
tho company would give him J2 a week
for his mom.
lie llnnlly confessed, according to Gns
klli, and pleaded for mercy because ho
hns a wife and threo children. Ills caso
will como up for trial Wednesday.
An a result of inquiries made in New
Yoik city. Gasklll found that Martor In
jured his arm when he was 10 years old,
and It Is said that he has mulcted railway
oiirporatlons and other laige concerns by
uilng tho old injury for damage claims.
The prisoner left New York Inst May,
It U said, after collecting 00 from nn
Indemnity Insurance co.npnny for a claim
HgnlnrU Fox's Fourteenthth Street The
atre. Mnrter claimed that he was In
jured there by sitting on a broken chair
Rhortlv nftor this the man claimed to
hnvo bfou injuicd while working on a
building in New York lie was employed
as a steeplejack and said he was injured
by a bolt falling on him Again the in
jured nnn wns used. A month later, ac
cording to Gasklll. Marter collected JS00
frm the Conorete. Steel. Mason and Con
struction Company, for whom he worked
on tho New York subway. In this case
he said he was injured by a plank falling
on him.
Later, It Is eald, he threw himself from
. platform at the subway station at
Fourteenth street He gave his name as
Frank Baker of the Central Hotel, It U
said, and claimed that his right elbow
had been dislocated The railway com
pany settled with him for JS28. He after
ward worked for a contractor In Long
Island: his arm was again injurea ana no
collected J5T5 from the Aetna Insurance
Company. '
Young Cyclist Injured
Isidore Soffransky, U years old. of 2124 '
South Ninth street, whlln riding a ,
bicycle, crnshed Into the rear of a north- ,
bound trolley car at Ninth streot and
Knyder aonue today, and was hurled to
the ground. He has concussion of the
Man Drowned In Darby Creek
Herman CJ. Tilebe, 47 years old. of this
city, wns drowned when he fell from i
slip ln the front of his boathouse on Par
by Creek, near Prospect Park Friends
attempted to save the man but failed Ac
cording to members of lha colony around
the bonthouee. Trlebe was tnairUd. had
two children, and was emploed as a
machinist tn the Baldwin Locomotive
Yorka. His family cannot be found I
Visit to Colonel 3loosevelt Merely
Social, He Says.
OYSTER BAY, Bept. 14. Oscar Straus,
who haa been active for the paBt few days
for peace by mediation, called at Oyster
Bay with Mrs. Straus, and had luncheon
with Colonel and Mrs. Roosevelt.
While Mr. Straus insisted that his visit
was entirely social, the fact that he called
upon tho Colonel ln ths thick of Mr.
Straus' activities for peace, caused com
ment. "My visit to Sagamore Hill Is simply
and purely a social one. Mr. Straus and
myself are old friends of Colonel and
Mrs. Roosevelt," said Mr. Straus.
Asked If the call did not have some
relations with Mr. Straus' apparent efforts
within the past few days, and was made
In an effort to enlist the former President
. In tho cause of peace mediation, h re
"Absolutely not. I am not here for that
Mr Straus when asked If, Irrespective of
his vl3it, It could be nssumed he was try
ing to get Mt Roosevelt to enter the peace
movement, he Insisted It was not fair to
make any such Inference. Ho simply re
fused to dlRCUSs It.
Colonel Roosevelt also refused to dis
cuss the Straus visit
The Kaiser has at various times shown
his friendship for Colonel Roosevelt by
sending him letters, autographed books
and photos.
But General Trench Narrates One In
stance of Deadly Bomb Dropping.
LONDON. Sept. 14. General French In
reporting to the War Ofllce today ex
plained that ho had not been using the
British aviation corps an a general propo
sition for bomb dropping, thn members
being needed chiefly for the collection of
Ho reported one night raid on a Ger
man bivouac, however, which was suc
cessful. An aviator dropped a petrol
i bomb which struck an ammunition wagon
that exploded killing fifteen.
Couldn't Run It and Talk at Same
Time, Says Crew.
A trolley car ran backward on Spruce
street from 31th to the great surprise of
the residents of that street thlB morn
ing. The car was loaded with passengers
and they appeared Indignant. The mo
tonman nrd conductor explained that
they couldn't run the car and talk at
tho same time, so tho riders had to
grit their teeth and wait. The car that
back elided was a Subway Angora
numbered 24-20.
This ls how it happened. Th car Is
supposed to turn from Spruce street to
Woodland avenue at 37th. But thl3
morning the car kept on at normal
speed to 34th street.
Passengers who had been riding on this
line for months were sonwwhnt aston
ished therefore when they were greeted
with a change of scenery. Houston Hall
and other nice buildings pnscd beforo
thnm and then some persons asked tho
conductor where they were going. He
Informed them that the car was on tho
waj to the Market street subway. Somo
one Informed him that It would be a dif
ficult feat of navigation to roach thero
by the route the car was taking. Then
tho conductor stopped the car and held
a conference with the motorman. He
was also somewhat puzzled.
Meanwhile there was a deluge of sug
gestions and opinions. It wns finally
decided to run tho car back to Thlrty
Beventh street In order not to mpet other
cars from the opposite direction.
After reaching there tho car finally
managed to find the subway by way of
Woodland avenue and Market street.
Plans for Haverford Home Now in
Builders' Offices.
One of the most pretentious homes In
the vicinity of Philadelphia will be ereot
ed at Haverford. Pa., by Dr. Archibald
G. Thomson who married Mrs. Thomas
B. Wanamaker about four years ago.
The plans and specifications are now
in tho otnecs of several Philadelphia
builders and bids for its erection will be
received until September 26 The house
wll be constructfd of brick and stucco,
three stories In holght and will measure
67 x 115 feet, with a kitchen wing of
47 x S7 feet. The first floor will contain
a large tapestry room SO x 27 feet, a din
ing room 25 s 37 feet, n large living room,
entrnncq hall, library, news room, break
fast room and several rooms in the
kitchen wing.
The second floor will contain ten bed
roomi and seven baths in the main body
of the house nnd four rooms and two
baths in tho servants' wing. Tho third
floor will have rleven MTvants' rooms
nnd two baths, and three bachelor rooms
and baths. Cedar room, a valet's room,
maid's room, clothes prpss and closets
nre also well arranged on this floor
The house will be complete and luxu
rious, and whon completed wll be one of
tho show-places In tho vicinity of Phila
delphia. Tho house was designed by H.
Brooks Price, architect, of New York
city, and will cost about $100,000.
Ban On ' Official News
Causes Anxiety Through
out Germany French
Sing General Pau's Praises.
LONDON, Sept. 14.
The Dally News Rotterdam correspon
dent telegraphs: "I learn Berlin Is be
coming very anxious about happenings on
tho Western frontier. News now Is not
published so freely by the Government,
and although outwardly thero Is as calm
a feeling as ever, great anxiety exists
among the general public
"This sudden restriction of public news
when tho public knows that a declslvo
battle has been fought both ln the 13ast
and In the West ls causing suspicion.
Long lists of officers ktlled appear to the
papers nightly and In somo cases well
known families havo been wiped out."
GENEVA (by way of Paris), Sept. 14.
, ..,,, Ui i., UC,..V 1ft..,,., -..
every precaution, hay passed through
Switzerland to tho nottJi and has caused
profound depression In Germany, after so
many announced victories.
According to advices received here, peo
ple havo gathered ln the streets ln var
ious German towns, shouting: "Tell us
tho truth! Give us the news!"
The nwspaper offices at Munich have
ben closed, as disorders are feared.
It Is also reported that th news of
the steady retirement of the Germans In
France has trickled Into Berlin and be
numbed the people.
Along the Swlss-German frontier the
full extent of the Gorman retreat Is
known. Peonle are crying: "If the French
havo beaten us, what will tho Russians
LONDON. Spt 14.
Dispatches from Paris and Bordeaux
to the London newspapers describe scenes
of enthusiasm, mlnglod with the thank
fulness of the populace, at the news of
thn German retreat.
Tho streets, the dispatches say, are full
of people, all too overjoyed to express
emotion by noiRe or singing, but m"n
are seen embracing each other with
fovror, while women give vont to their
feelings by crying quietly.
Everybody ls amazed at th unexpected
change In tho tide of war and the fullest
credit Is given General Pau. who is re
garded as having, bv prompt and decided
strategy, changed tha face of tho cam
paign. Everybody ls asking ivhat the Germans
will do, whethey they will bo able to
reform their forces and make a stand,
and what will become of the Crown
Frlnco's army, tangled up ln tho wooded
Argonne region.
It Is understood that tho factor which
brought about the changes ln the fortune
of wnr was the nw nrmy which General
Pau formed quickly and uulwtly at Ver
sailles, compo'd of nom of the best
troops from tho eastern frontier and a
fln body of cavalry This army marched
through Paris northward and then turned
northeast. Its cf'oct wns felt at once.
APPROVES $1,000,000 FUND
Earl Qrey Says Natlve3 Are Strongly
in Favor of War.
iVASHINGTON. Sept. 14. Reports from
German sources that a mutiny had
broken out In India as a result of the
British call for troops for use on the con
tinent of Europe, wore denied today In
a cablegram from Karl Grey, the British
Foreign Minister, to the British Embassy
The statement reads'
"The story of a revolution In India
which haa been given out by German
Legations In certain capitals Is a sheer
invontlon. Ths enthusiasm in India with
regard to the war Is most striking.
"All native Princes, political organiza
tions of all parties, as well as the general
population, aro offering striking proofs
of their loyalty to the British Empire,
offers of military and financial support
have been made and are being gratefully
accepted, by his Majesty's Government.
Additional evidence Is being received
dally of thn loyalty of the Princes, pub.
lie bodies and peoples of India "
K-i ,A
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New Mackerel
Our frith lot It laidi for ou tt
ittr&ctiie prices
Nicaragua Blend Coffee
Th'i famoui blan4 1j the utmoat In
cufae quality tt a reastnablo price
StulU 1S11-JH Arch fit. Side
Committee darned to Select Nex
Place of Meeting.
ATLANTIC CITV. Sept. 14 -Fifteen
members of tho Board of Directors, headed
by Mrs. Percy V. Pannypacker, of Austin,
Tex., are here to select the place for hold
ing the next biennial convention of the
National Federation of Women's Clubs.
Atlantic City and New York are said
to be tho leading candidates.
The complainants are Mrs Helen Har
ney, a 17-year-old brldo, of 612 Conestoga
street: Miss Ella Swanson, of Reading.
Pa., and Miss Baron Turnr, of 4023
Powelton avenue The three young
women were positive of Baker's Identity.
After the alleged attacks on the young
women Baker evnded nrrcst fur several
days, but was finally taken Into custody I
on a ciue ootainca rrom onu of hla for
mer Sunday school teachers.
Baker, regardless of the positive
Identity of the young women witnesses,
ofTeied testimony to provo an alibi and
submitted a diary to show he had not
been near the homes of the younr women
at the times they alleged he entered their
homes representing himself as a plumb
ing commissioner to do repair work.
Secretary of Chamber of Commerce
Indorses Central Labor Union's Move.
The movement to raise a fund of $1,000,-
000 to advertise and extend the trade of
Philadelphia to all parts of the world.,
begun by tho Central Labor Union, todny
received the Indorsement of N B Kelly,
secretary of the Chamber of Commerce.
Mr. Kelly pointed to the unusual oppor
tunities now open for tnida development
and declared prompt action was neces
sary. The comnent by Mr. Kelly was occa
sioned by a resolution adopted by the
Central Labor Union esterday, asking
the co-operation of the Chamber of Com
merce with the Labor Forward Move
ment Committee and the Central Labor
Union In raising the Jl.OCOOO fund.
"When the resolution xas brought to
Mr Kelly's attention he said' "I nm
back of anv movement which has for Its
aim the e-xtenslon of the trade of Phila
delphia to South Amerlci ami to other
parts of the world We are face to face
with unusual opportumti-s at this time
and prompt action Is ne-..Try if we
would make any forward steps "
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Retreat Turned to Rout
Proves Kaiser Ill-advised
in Campaign, Asserts For
mer Premier.
(Ex-rremler of Francs.)
nortDEAUX, Sept. 14.
The plan of tho German gcnoral iitaff la
completely dfcated. When the gnllant
Belglnn nrmy retarded tho progress of
the German advanco for twelve days, the
Kalier persisted in hla orlirinal pUn of
rushing on to Pari from the north, which
showed n striking lack of resource nnd
forcdirnt on the port of tha Kaiser and
his advisers They nevet seemed to take
Into account the fact that If onco thai
German forces arrived before Paris thay
would be far removed from the bae ot
operations, with Infuriated people) ln their
rear, and thnt they then had reaoh4
only ths beginning of a new campaign,
now. Every evening brinm him news of
further retreating, although retreating
Is scaroely & strong enough term to use.
In their backward movement the German
generals have been abandoning prisoners,
war materials and official papers.
"What seems prodigious to me la tha
fact that our troopn, after auporhuxnaja
effort, have boen able to turn tho aoemy's
retreat Into a rout. At first I dared not
hope that the pursuit would continue te
thn frnntler hut th vmiiiaMAn Me l.
I northern towns by the Germans attests
bucIi a general retreat that we now can
almost expect anything.
"It certainly is fine that we have cm
ablo to beat baok the ncmy Just at a.
moment when the enom- was nbout to
pluck the fruits of Its incalculable efforts.
Very important, too, la the faot that the
enemy's losses aro greater than ours. We
hnvo nustalned terrible losses, but the
French resources ln combat are infinite,
without counting the numerous corps
that Lord Kitchener Is rushing to ua."
, to
Plate Glnss Window Smasheu
A large plate-glass window in the con
fectionery store of Georce P. Nickels,
jouthonst coiner of Ninth nnd Vine
streets was shattered Inst nleht There
are rumors of an earlj mornlnc street
flht, but re'ldents of the neighborhood
say that they heard no sound of breaking
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To see the splendor of this
new season's wonderful pat
terns: to see again, or to
learn, the difference of
"N. B. T." workmanship, fin
ish, and fit
At Perry's.
And to make the acquaint
ance of the manliness of this
Big Store, the friendliness
of our service
At Perry's.
Perry & Co., "N. b. t."
16th & Chestnut Sts.
Congratulations to
Publisher Curtis
and his New Baby!
Evening Ledger
Of c.nnse it ill be a "great go," on
reason being, it was needeil.
The Ryerson W. Jennings Qo.
wishes that every reader of its first issue
kiiew of the peculiar excellence of thuir
fried oysters (a la FmelU); if they di4,
tky would stand in line feul fa p
fepivc and Fount, Strwj vmtmg tksw
ttirn to, get servedisk
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