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EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1914.
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ALLIES' ARMY GIVES WAY
BEFORE GERMAN ATTACK
Continued from tip One
"1)0 making a now Jrtort ilonK the
Rrcalpr part of Hip front and notably
between the North feVa ami the lllver
Olse, utilizing new curp formation,
ct)inpoed of men onl fiealily tinlned,
ioine of them verj ouns mid others
quite old. There new troops nre
ml.xe.ii here and there with veteran.
Unofllclnl estimates place the loss of
the Brltlah ami French diirlnK the last
fortnlcht'4 nshtlns In the extieme north
nnd In Ilelclum nt l.UH0 to 15.000 In killed.
wopndctl and mtsshiK. The Uerman loses
have probably been much hlRher, espc-
clall d'irliiR he last two das. when
thc were on the offensive and weie mov-
1I1K airunst the foltlflcd lines of the
Allies.
Theie Is now a fleet of French nnd
Urltlsh warships off the Hclslan coast,
Midline the Ueimnti trenches. There Is
another hrav detachment of snips o(T
the Vieneh const, ready to take a hand
" Jn the encasement If the CJermmis should
fiiicccetl In breaking through to the lit
,'torlal. The Germans are reported to have wlth
, drawn their advanced line eastward from
JIarlakerkr and Mlridlkerke They havo
henvllj intrenohrd themselvei east of the
main hlsltwav that connects nteiul and
Nleupcrt and have ulro fortified for the
line from Wllskerke southeast to Tliou
rout. The new Germxn headquarters In
the north Is reported to be at Ohlstellcs
Again It Is reported that the Hermans
are withdrawing from I.llle. after a hat
tie In that vlclnltv which has lasted
nearly three weeks. I.llle has been nearly
GERMANS WITHDRAWING
IN BELGIUM, IS REPORT
LONDON, net SI
Tho Allies' advance to the eastwaid.
down the riser l.ys. where they arc pene
trating the German line, has cut oIT tho
army In northwest HelBlum, which Is re
tiring eastward, having abandoned Nleu
port. A force of German, estimated between
:0.000 and 30.000, which occupied Nleuport
nnd the adjacent country, has fallen back
, as far as Ostend, Htcordlng to n dispatch
from Dunkirk, while advices to the
London Times from Rotterdam, dated
yesterday, declare that W) Germans from
, Flushing have been driven across the
border of Holland, Into West Zealand, and
will be Interned tn Dutch territory until (
the end of the war.
One dispatch fiom Dunkirk declares
that TOO German dead were burled near
Nleuport, after the flerc fighting there.
The Grman force which drove west- '
ward along the coast after the fall of
'Antwerp Is now held between the allied
advance column and the coast Th Allies
hae reacned a point between Courtral
and Iarlcheke.
The German central armies are making
a determined effort to reduce Wrdun.
They have mounted hem v bitterles with
which some of the outer fortifications
already have been destroed. ,
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GERMANS SWEEP ON,
IS REPORT TO EMBASSY
Victories in Lille Region and Dix
mude Annbunced.
WASHINGTON. Oct. -',: recital of
German successes Is contained In a dis
patch to the German embassy from tiie
Berlin rorelsn Office today. The dlsp-vtch
quotes an official headquarters report as
follows.
"Flphtlnr on the Yser anal continues.
11 Hrltlsh war vessels supportins the
hotile nrtiller. The cnomv was lepulsed
east of Dtxmude. Our troops also suc
cessfully advanced In the direction -if
Yprcs. Stubborn flshting west of Lille.
Enemy slowlv retreatlnR alons the whole
fiont.
"Fierce attacks from the direction of
Joul against the heights south of Thlan
court repulsed with heavy losses for
the French It Is authenlcated that the
Hrltuii admiral tn command of
tlie i
squadion off Ostend could hardl.v he dis
suaded by the Belgian authorities from
bombardinR Ostend.
"In tho Russian theatre of war parts
of our forces are following the retreat
ing enemy In the diiection of Ossowitz.
Several hundred prisoners mad and ma
cnlne suns tnKcn
"Xcar Warsaw and in SJUth Poland,
after the last dav of undecided tlghtlng,
vsterday was quiet Events still de
veloping '
GERMAN GENERAL AND STAFF
REPORTED KILLED BY SHELL
British Warships Fired With Deadly '
Accuracy Near Middelkerke.
AMSTERDAM. Oct. 23
The Sluls correspondent of the Tele
rraaf reports that the bombardment of
Ostend and Nleuport is becoming still
heavier.
"The shells of the Allies." the corre
spondent says, "are raining down upon
the Germans and causing teirlbte de
structlon. The battlefields are covered
with bodies, but fresh Uerman troops
continue to arrive a'luc-e morning the
Germans have retreated slight!).
' Kleven British warships fired on the
Germans again General von Trip and
his staff, who were together In Leffinghe,
near Miildelkerke were Killed b the tire
of British naval guns
KAISER AT PRUSSIAN DIET
War Loan of $325,000,000 Voted.
Socialists Lend Support,
RBRWN. Oct.
At yesterday a meeting of the PrusJlan
Diet the Kaiser was present, wearing the
Iron Crow awarded him in lSXO.
The war loan of J25,C4A00O was voted
unanimous!), the Socialists supporting the
resolution The inonej will be used, fur
the relief In Cast Prussia.
CANCELS CUNARD GRANTS
LONDON. Oct. 3B.-A Reuter dispatch
fini Amsterdam a.
A dispatch from Budapest states that
the Minister of Home Affairs for Aus-tro-liungao
has dcldd to withdraw
the oancessloas granted the Cunard Line
fox the transportation of Immigrants.
4000 WOUNDED IN BRUGES
AMSTKIU'XM Oct 3
Fui'r thousand wounded soldiers wire
tK n int Bruges lat night savs a prs
r,)ort Man- Germans l."e"e killed and
u'-ded r n bidden Befclan batter) in
tn f i-'t between fills pi I'lj-Uicar'k
wiped out. It Is s.ld. by the terrlllc bom
bnrdments to which It has been subjected
The Germain nre putting up stiff op
poltlon to the attempt of the Allies tn
extend thrlr left wins All along Hie
lino from .Vletiport. In DetRiuni, to vlW t
In Kinnco. the attack" have been delivered
with the utmost fui-v. Uspcclnllv In the
Viclnltj of I ..i Has!ee and Ariai'ntid tin
Olxe have the operations be-pti nia-hed tv
flfxhtliiR nl the most desperate clianu-ti-i
A prefs dlspntch ftom Havre 'as th.'t
' llr KMclat' have leRnltn'il Ihe rlpl'l
. bank of the Vier Itlvcr nnd nre prepni
lR t. move fnronrd In co-opi-iutlnn uu
the Pr-nch and nttlMi.
Seven liumiictl Oftnian dead have Ko
. Imrl-M ne.ir Vleitpoit. It I declared Biv
' hifr evidence nt the seveiltv of th f)er
J man losses It, that leRloli.
, A deriunu convoy, elht miles lonp
was detiood bv shells from rtrlllsh
wnrshU'S I.miik off the JJelelan toast
The ueimnit losses In thu lik'-t. ik hi
the etrni" north liavp been tretnen
dou perhaps iiititilnt; clop to Jo. m m
killed, wounded and c.tptuicd, hut t ie
Germans hnvo not been benten. At pnints
where the.v have been tompelled ! fal
back lhe letlrcd to positions whlih wtj"
olteadx fortllled.
There Is 10 conflunatloh of the roptvt
that the GerniaiiB hnve evneuated i'r.iRes,
and the report Is undoubtedly fain A
though the Alllrs have ocen pushing f -i
ward iRorriuslv toward Courttal to , it
off the German armv ljinu around Os
tend nnd Nleuport. there Is no uflkiai
Mdenie uu in date that the nnix-uv'
j has betn successful
The ficnch lino has bent In plnces but
at no point bus It been biokrn, anil wher
ever the I'rcnch lae letlred the have
Immediately dug themselves Into new po
sitions of equal 'trength There has been
verv heav tlghtlng all along the lines of
forts between Tool and Verdun, and St.
MIliM and t'nnip-do-Honialtis have both
been taken bv the Gerninn. The Ger
mans have llnallv crossed the Meuse at
two places In the vicinity of St Mlhlol
The fighting here Is virtually continuous
nnd of tlie most desperate chni actor Tho
French are making most detM mined tf- ,
forts to retake these lost positions and
drive the Gel mans back across the river,
but so far without success
The Germans have dilven a triangular j
wtclge-shaped 111 e Into the French posi
tions In the neighborhood of St Mlhiel.
Th'e.v were nble to do this bv taking a'd
vantage of several of th" heaviest fogs
of the vear. which, while they Interfered
with the ai uracy of the artlllety, af
forded splendid cover under which the
corps of sappers ndvaiued tho German
ti enches. In the wooded region ol Apre
mont. fio miles southeast of Ht. Mihiil.
and igaln In the nelghhorbriod of Vei
dmi there nie positions vvlwrc the ilv.il
trnchcs nre oulv TO rrds apart and no
malndr ot paragiaph deleted hv the
Urltlsh ccnsori.
The Fundi tallies irom Tour against
the German line, which holds a position
0'i the heights have been repulsed with
heavv loss.
AMERICAN SHIP AMONG
VICTIMS OF KARLSRUHE
: The Condor, Sunk by German Cruiser,
Left Here Sept. 20.
The steimshlp Condoi. which was one
of the 15 merchantmen lepoited sunk b
the German u-plser Kailsrulie. was an
American ship despite the fuel that it
(lew the British lias The Condor Is
owned by the N-w York and Pacific
Steamship Company, of New York, and
sailed fiom Philadelphia on Soptember 20
with ii cargo of dvnamlto. Another of
th' ship reported sunk q.v the Uermans
th Hlo IquuHsu wnf bound for PhiU-delphi-i
fiom South Amerha.
News of the loss of the Condor was re
ceived In shipping elides here with muth
surprise. It cleared Philadelphia aftei
loading dv namlto from Dupont. near
Tnompson, on the Jersey side of tho Pel
aware, opposite Usiinton. It. was com
manded bv Captain Purdv. The vewl
was built In W3, at Sunderland. Kngland.
It was 322 feet long. L fi-et 7 Inches beam
and is feet 7 Inches step It was bound
for v ulparaWo, Antofngasta und Iqulquie.
iuii.
The Hlo Iquasu was bound heie to ie
celve a .aigo of coal for South Ameiuan
ports.
DIPLOMATS FEAR CARRANZA
WILL PREVENT PEACE
Tirst Chief Expected to Resist Effort
to Replace Him.
, WASHINGTON. Oct ii -Belief todav
, was etpiessvd b dlplumutb here that the
naming uf live Cabinet members b tho
I Aguascilleiili s convention is but H pre
1 liminarv step to the seloetluti bv tiio con
vention of u Provisional President and dn
I open break with General Cnrranzn.
It is feared Hint such a break would
j uf f'ltfiYvnu u iiu&iuiiii3 in .uexiiMj u j
be followed bv hostilities in Mexico Ml
the delecutcs to tho convention have sub-
scilbed to an oath to uphold Its condu-
lnns .xcept Oiranza, who holds that
the convention does nut supersede in au
c,,.-.nu.ln ! ....
thority the Central Government.
MINE SINKS SWEDISH SHIP
LONDON, Oct. 23. Tne .Swedish steam
hhip Alice, homeward bound from l.on
don has been blown up bv a mine in
the North Sea She sunk tn three min
utes All the members of her urcvv were
saved.
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English Umbrellas
and. Walking SticKs
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Snake Wood-Rhinoceros
and combined with Ivory
Shell and Rhino.Horn.
Chestnut Street
A detachment of English from the Naval Brigade are here
FRENCH SENATOR KILLED
IN AIR DUEL NEAR VERDUN
Death of Dr. Entile Reymond, Noted
Aviator, Announced.
1'AltIS. Oct. 23.
I'r Kmllc Ilevmond, iv member of the
l''ictdi Senate, the president ot the Na
tional Aviation Commission and one of
the foiumost ninnteui aviators In l'raiRe,
has been killed hi an aerial duel near
Verdun. News of his death was received
bore toda.v.
Seuntui' Ue.v uumd had previously botn
mentioned in olspatche. foi his gallant
vvorh. ,ie-.ueni .-oincare nas sent a
telcgium ot condolence to the brave alt-
.... ...... ... . ...
ninn's widow.
KAISER'S NEPHEW BURIED
IN MONASTERY GROUNDS
Official Report Confirms Death of
Prince Maximilian.
LONDON, Oct. :a.
The rotilllcting reports regarding Pilnco
Mnslmillan of ltcs.se. nephew ot tho
Kaiser- were cleared up bv the War
Buieau today.
Ho was Killed In action In the .Mont
Pescntfe legion, and, with tliiee BiIUhIi
officers who fell In the same action, was
hurind in tho grounds of a monastery.
STRONGHOLDS OF BELF0RT
REPORTED SURRENDERED
French Fortress Yields to German
Siege Guns, Says Dispatch.
LONDON, Oct. 23.
A Copenhagen dispatch to tho Star says
that ths report has reached Stockholm
from Berlin that the German attack on
Belfort Is succeeding, that the southern
tons nave sunemiereu uuu mm iieavy i
tj.ir,, ...... ... WV...C, ....,'..-. . .
ALL GERMAN REGULARS
REPORTED OUT OF GHENT
EWwriy
Men Take Their Places In
Belgian City.
AMSTERDAM. Oct. 23.
Fifteen hundred wounded German sol
diers were brought to Bruges yesterday
from the scene of the fighting, accord
inr tn u correspondent in Zecland
The G-rnian regulais have now all
loft Ghent, small parties of elderly men
replacing them.
PRZEMYSL FALL RUMORED
LuNDOX Oct.
Montul Vita ilfahflf ih f mm Pati t
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fv,-. nn,u.i h,. im taken hv th Una.
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sians.
It adds that the report
nflii iullN confirmed.
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BRITISH AIDING DEFENSE OF ANTWERP
WAR OPERATIONS OF DAY
FIND VON KLUK MENACED
Advance of Allies Again Threatens German Right and
Resourceful General Has Another Problem in Strategy
Demanding Immediate Solution.
BY WILLIAM MAXWELL
PAItIS, Oct. 21.
Since the retreat fiom the Mjrne the
Germans have not been their own
I mnMl,r,. The WBB"tei, n nlonth on the
A,3no btl.au,0 Ulcv werc not nlottcd to
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I wlag northward to escape nn enveloping
, movement. They had to leach out to
sea In older to meet the allied advance.
If theories aie always aIoms In war,
the German nimy on the Alsnc ought to
be stampeded, for Its Hank certainly la
In danger.
But General von Kluk, who commands
the threatened wing, is a soldier aa
well as a strategist, who evidently shares
Field .Murnbal von del- Gojtz's opinion
that a menace to linen of communication
may be disregarded and ought to bo met
by a forward inurement which will fotce
the enemy to abandon the threat. This
acknowledgment Is duo to the skill and
energy nnd resource with which General
von Kluk Is conducting the hazardous
opeiatlons, though some people are be
ginning to suspect that the Hmperor has
i taken command In the west as In the
cast and forbidden another strategic
letreat.
' Yet his urmj Is letlilng. At one bound
for moi o than u week tlie have passed
ti om active defenslvo to vigorous
offensive.
The seciecj and speed with which the
movement has been mndc must have
astonished the enemj. The valor nnd
sacrifices of tho Allies In this region can
not, be overstated. If they did not
j achieve their purpose, which was to turn
the enemy's flank, they forced him to
change front and withdraw tioops from
' thi unassnilnhln lino of tht Alsno.
The success of the French soldiers must
, 4n I'lcii'ii-- en tjy i-i-i ciu'iuk ilia uu (jm
, west nnd north and by the desperato cf
I forts the enemy has made and Is still
making t pleice the centre of our new
line of battle. For It Is nt the centre,
along the canal 'iom Beltlune eastward
beond La Hassee, that the fighting has
been longest and llerci-st.
The countrj for "nine miles is marshy,
and two or three davs of inin has made
It difficult for th" troops. Beyond the
marshes to the north and east are roll
ing plains dotted with woods, which give
good positions and command a wide field
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seen carrying ammunition into the trenches near the Belgian city.
Here the enemy Is Intrenched along its
front.
To turn them out of this position Is
difficult Aitlllery is useless, though guns
nnd howitzers on both sides have pounded
away nlghl nnd day. while Infantry at
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German.
By J. W. T. MASON
NEW YORK. Oct. 23. While progress
measurable scarcely more than by
Indies Is being leportcd by the Allies In
the west. Russia Is announcing stupen
dous victories in the east on a scale
outclassing nil previous leports. The
Germans have been driven back west ot
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Previous experience has shown the
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spirit that dominates the Petrograd dis
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What apparently has happened Is that
the Russians have concentrated In great
force about Warsaw and have compelled
the German line west and southwest of
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Communications Reported Severed
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AMSTERDAM. Oct 23.
The lines of communication supplying
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sovlnn. In an official statement tautd
today the Government declares that it
every point the Austrlans have been re
pulsed. "The Austrlans In superior force," sjj,
the statement, "have fiercely attacUnJ
our combined armies, but verywher
they have been heavily rcpulied. Thelt.
chief efforts havo been directed actlnit
our right wins. The Rtubbornness of the
fighting Is best shown by the fact that
a single Montenegrin battery fired 17m
rounds In two days.
"A largo body of Austrlans was ur,
rounded near Fotch and completely dee
mated. Everywhere we are on the ef.
fenrlvc."
500,000 FRENCH RECRUITS
New Army Soon Will be Sent tt
Firing Line.
BORDEAUX, Oct. 23. -Five hundred
thousand French recruits are now feidy
to Join tho army at the front.
It was learntd at the "War Office tody
that these reservists soon will be sent ta
the firing line. They have been In trsln
Ins for two months.
PORTUGUESE REBELS FAILED
Royalist "Uprising Quelled; Mote
Than 100 Arrested.
MADRID, Oct. 23. A Lisbon dlipttch
says that the monarchist plot against the
Portuguese Government has failed and
that the uprising Is being put down rtuh
lcfiid. More than 1C0 arrests have been mad,
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