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Washington. "French Lorraine has been complete
ly evacuated by the Germans, who are withdrawing to
"The headquarters of one of the French armies was
established today in Rheims"
The French war office of Bordeaux cabled this in
formation this afternoon to the French embassy,
Paris. The official bulletin issued from the war of
fice at Bordeaux at three o'clock this afternoon shows
that the German retreat has been checked and that they
are now putting up a strong rear guard resistance.
Petrogard. The Russian forces now have the en
tire left wing of the Austrian army, including certain
German reinforcements, penned in an angle formed by
the junction of the Vistula and San rivers.
London. The war bureau this afternoon confirmed
the report that the army of Crown Prince Frederick Wil
helm has now been driven farther back and is now occu
pying a line through Varennes-on-Argonne onjthe Aire
river, 16 miles W. N. W. of Verdun.
Ostend. German division which has been holding
Alost has evacuated city in order to proceed to aid of
main German army now being hard pressed by Belgians.
Vienna. Authorities adopting sternest measures
to suppress riotaing by unemployed. Thousands of
refugees from Galicia here. Alarmed officials diverting
many of the men to work on earthworks being construct
ed to defend city.
Paris. German retreat has lost most of its force
French pursuit encountering resistance.
Petrograd. According to officials in war office
Russians are again assuming offensive in East Prussia.
Lonodn, Sept. 15. The official war
bureau announcement this afternoon,
couched in the tersest of language,
declared that the success of the al
lies continued. All of the unofficial
reports from the theater of action
agree that the Germans are still re
treating, hotly pursued by the entire
French and BritisTi forces arid that
thousands of prisoners are being
Paris. The war office's afternoon
announcement, telegraphed from
Bordeaux, declares that at no poin;
have the Germans been able to make