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wounded. Washington. "German and Austrian troops oc cupy Lodz, the largest manufacturing city in Russian Poland" the Berlin foreign office informed the German embassy in a wireless dispatch this afternoon. Antwerp. The war office says that four civilians were injured by bombs dropped by a Zeppelin this morn ing. There Was no real property damage. Washington. Convinced that Bulgaria will unite with Turkey if the Balkan states engage in the European war, the Turkish ambassador today declared that Tur key alone had half a million men mobilized, t(preparing for any eventuality." Petrograd. The Russian staff admitted today that two army corps, operating in Eastern Prussia, have been defeated by the Germans there. Athens, via Rome. Following an extraordinary council of the ministry it was announced that there would be no change in the Greek plans. Neu trality will be maintained as long as no attempt is mads to involve the Balkans generally in the war. Washington. President Wilson to day signed the bill creating the gov ernment bureau of war risk insur ance. Paris, Sept. 2. The allied lines on the French left are engaged today along a line extending from Montdid ier, a small station just off the main line from Boulogne to Paris, in the department of EJomme into the forest of Campiegne. The heaviest fighting is reported in the vicinity of Mont didier. London. The Russian embassy this afternoon issued an official state ment announcing an Austrian defeat in Galicia. The statement said; "The Russian advance through Austrian Galicia continues in the most successful manner. Everywhere the Austrian? are being driven back. TheRussiau left wing has captured a supposedly impregnable Austrian position. Petrograd. Another sweeping suc cess over the Austrians was reported today, supplementing those of the victories at Lemberg and near, the Russian Poland frontier. The war office announces that the Russian left wing, operating from its position on the Dneister, captured an Austrian position that was heavily garrisoned. The official announcement states that the Russians charged the Aus trian position at the point of the bay onet and swept over the entrench-' ments completely routing the Aus trian troops. Five thousand Austriana were left dead on the field. The Rus sians captured 32 big guns aad more than 1,000 prisoners, including the Austrian general in command. Copenhagen. Advices from Ber- lin indicate that the German troop movements continue. It is stated all train schedules have been abandoned "for the present" and the military are again in control of train movements.