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FRENCH FLEET STILL BOMBARDING CATTARO
OCCUPY CITY OF LISSA AFTER SURRENDER Rome. The Anglo-French fleet has secured a base in the Adriatic through the occupation of the city of Lissa, the capital of the island of that name situated just off the Dalmatian coast. The fleet bombarded the city, which surrendered. The British and French marines were then landed and the Austrian garrison has been im prisoned. , London. Town of Frederick Wilhelm, capital of Kaiserwilhelmslandy German New Guinea, captured by Australians. Rome. French fleet still bombarding Cattaro; cap tare believed imminent. Queenstown. German steamer Amsterdyk brought into port today. German reservists on Board made pris oners of war. Paris, Sept. 25. Confirmation of the report that the German army of Gen. Von Kluck has been very heav ily reinforced was given in the offi cial French statement, issued at Bor deaux and made public here from Gen. Gallieni's headquarters. Berlin (Via Wireless Telegraph Through Sayville, L. I., to the United Press.) German Polish residents have received word that the aged Prince Radziwill, leader of the Polish party in the German Reichstag, who was arrested in Petrograd by the Russian authorities, is now flatly charged with being a spy and is to be court-martialed. According to the newspaper Petite Parisien, the French commander-in-chief has been compelled to send back the African troops to Morocco as they are not fitted for winter cam paigning. Bordeaux. It was announced here that the bombardment of the Rheims Cathedral by the Germans has been renewed, No details of the additional damage have as yet been received. The foreign office, in an official statement, charges directly that Gen. Stenger commanded the 53d German infantry to give no quarter, but to kill all Frenchmen, wounded, armed or unarmed. Antwerp. The foreign office says Germany has approached Belgium with another offer of peace terms, but that King Albert has definitely refused to consider them. London. A News Agency dispatch from Rio Janeiro says the German steamer Prussia has landed the mas ter and fifteen members of the crew of the British steamer Indian Prince at Santos. The Indian Prince was sunk off the South American coast by the German auxiliary cruiser Kron prinz Wilhelm. Petrograd. The general staff an nounces that three separate and dis tinct attempts on the part of the Germans to invade Russian territory from East Prussia have been repuls ed. Today's official statement said: "On our southwestern front tbe tri. . ... -,v -is- jEg&..