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'CAUSE DE" BALL HAS
NO CORNERS, IT'S
OVER OZ FEtfCE
RUSSIAN TROOPS FIGHTING ON
Paris. Russian troops "have been
landed at Marseilles.
This sensational announcement
was made simultaneous with publi
cation of an army order of the day
issued by Gen. Joffre, sending best
wishes to the first detachment of sol
diers of the czar to fight on French
soil since the beginning of the war.
The censor thus far has permitted
no details as to numbers to be pub
lished, but the French newspapers
assume that the Russians were land
ed in large forces.
Berlin. Capture of 600 yard of
British trenches between YpfeS ana
Langemarck announced by war of
fice this afternoon. Germans took
10& pfisdhefs ahd two machine guns.
Paris. World's greatest battle at
Verdun, only 135 miles from French
capital, suddenly took second place
in public interest today with arrival
of dispatches reporting President
President's strong stand won in
stant anti unanimous approval here.
That portion of his speech referring
to his fight to uphold principles of
humanity was applauded as one of
the finest utterances heard In any
capital since War began.