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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1918.
five ALLIED THRUST AT AUSTRIANS IS SUC CEEDING ADMIRABLY Continued from Pa3 On) sitiona and troop concentration points inside the German lines. In the latest operations by the aviators nine Ger man machines were sent crashing down. Large numbers of prisoners and nu merous guns have been taken by the allied troops in the big battle that is in progress on the Italian front. The allies, particularly the British, are wel across the Piave river from where the battle line in the mountains curve and bend southward toward the Adri atic. The latest British official com munication announces the opposition of the Austro-Huogarians appears to be weakening in the face of the at tacks of the British tenth army which is successfully driving northeastward Reports are to the effect that an in dependent states has been formed in Hungary. There are also reports that Turkey has made an independent peace proposal BRITISH AIR REPORT LONDON, Oct 29. The British in dependent air force again has been busily engaged in bombing German positions far behind the battle line and has met with good results, accord ing to the official communication to night GERMAN OFFICIAL , BERLIN, via London, Oct. 29. The text of today's German official slate ment reads: "In the Lys lowlands we repulsed partial attacks of the enemy near Olsene. Strong enemy detachments which attempted to cross to the east bank of the Scheldt, northwest of Con de, were thrown back by a counter attack. South of the Scheldt strong British attacks near Faiuars tempo rarily penetrated our line. "An, infantry regiment under Cap tain Preusser threw back the enemy completely. "East of Artres partial enemy at tacks were repulsed. The enemy con tinues the destruction of placs in and ast of the Scheldt lowlands. "Valenciennes also was subjected to a strong enemy fire. "Attacks of the French against the Oise canal between Etreux and Les quielles broke down in our concentrat ed artillery fire. Weak detachmentsj which advanced across the canal were thrown back by a counter attack. "West of Guise enemy attacks did not succeed in developing fully owing to our fire. "In the Souche sector, on both sides of the Laon-Marle road, we repulsed strong attacks by the enemy." ON ITALIAN FRONT (Uy Review Leased Wire) LONDON, Oct. 29. The resistance of the Austrians against the British in the Italian theater appears to be weakening, according to an ofifcial communication, issued tonight The British, tenth army continues its ad vance east of the Piave river. ENEMY MACHINES DESTROYED LONDON, Oct. 29. Thirty-two en emy machines were destroyed yester day and ten were driven down out of control, says the British official com munication dealing with aerial opera tions issued tonight CONFERENCE IS AGREED. LONDON, Oct 29- The Versailles conference, according to the report current in London this afternoon, has agreed on the main points of the armistice terms, which now will be considered by the military command ers. The final peace terms, it is said, will be submitted to Germany simul taneously, with the armistice terms. U-BOATS STILL ACTIVE LONDON, Oct. 29. For the time be ing there has been a cessation of U boat attacks on passenger steamers, Andrew Bonar Law announced in the house of commons today. But, he add ed, there have -been attacks on other steamers during the last week. HUNS LEAVING BELGIUM WITH THE BRITISH ARMIES IN FRANCE AND BELGIUM, Oct. 29, (By the Associated Press.) Between October 10 and 22 various administra tive departments were packing up and leaving Brussels for Germany. Accord ing to prisoners Brussels is shortly to be evacuated and a line established between Antwerp and Namur. BRITISH NIGHT OFFICIAL LONDON, Oct. 29. 'in a success ful raid made by us this morning northeast of EnKlefontaine we made prisoners of more than 70 Germans and inflicted heavy casualties on the enemy," says Field Marshal Haig's communication of this evening dealing with the operations in France. "A local attack attempted by the enemy north of Famars was repulsed." INFLUENZA SHOWS SLIGHT INCREASE (Py Review Leased Wire) WASHINGTON, Oct. 29. New cases of influenza and pneumonia continues to show a slight increase In army camps over the country, par ticularly in camps where new incre ments are arriving. Reports received tonight show new cases of influenza numbered 2.S60 against 2,831 for the previous day, while there was marked increase in new pneumonia cases, 619 being reported against 4J1 for yesterday. Deaths totalled 19S against 188 the day before. Camp Cody, N. M., again reported the highest number of lnlluenz cases. SITUATION IN COLORADO. (By Review Leased Wire) DENVER, Colo., Oct. 29. Follow ing Indications of marked abatement yesterdav the influenza epidemic broke out with renewed vigor in Den ver today and the largest number of new cases recorded for a single day were reported for the 24-hour period, ending at 5 o'clock this evening. In Denver 487 new cases .were added to the official record while in the sJte at large 800 were reported. Eight deaths occurred in Denver. Craig in the northwest part of the state reported the disease getting De yond control. Leadville today report ed 19 deaths in the last 48 hours. Somebody is always taking the joy out of German life. The Rheims cathedral is now out of artillery range. Chicago Tribune. There is still a big difference be tween an unconditional and a Hurt conditional peace. Newark News. opinion, as was shown by the emper or's manifesto to the peoples, which. in proclaiming the federalization of the monarchy, exceeded President Wilson's program. 'However, the complete reorgani zation of Austria can only be carried out after an armistice. If Austria Hungary has declared herself ready to enter into negotiations for an armis tice and for peace, without awaitin the result of negotiations with other states, that does not necessarily sig nify an offer of a separate peace. It means that she is ready to act sep arately in the interests of the re-es tablishment of peace." DEBENY IS PROMOTED PARIS, Oct 29. General Debeny has been promoted to grand officer of the legion of honor. The citation referred especially to General De.be- ney's success in stopping the Germaas from reaching Amiens, bis capture of Montdidier and the advancing of his lines to the Somme. ITALIANS TAKE TOWN WITH THE ITALIAN ARMY IN NORTHERN ITALY, Oct. 29. (By the Associated Press) The towns of Val dobbiadene and Conegliano, on the eastern side of the Piave river in northern Italy, have been taken by allied troops from the Austro-Hun- garians. BELGIAN OFFICIAL HAVRE, Oct. 2!t. "In the period be tween October 14 and 27 the total number of prisoners captured on this front was' 1S,2!3, of whom 331 were officers. "The Belgian army c aptured 7,362 of these; the second British army 5354 and the French army 5.r77. Between September 28 and October 14, 12.000 prisoners were taken. Thus in one month the total number of prisoners reached more than 30,1)00. Material of all kinds was also captured. "Between October 14 and 27. 509 cannon were captured and 17,000 ma chine guns." .. i AN AUSTRIAN VIEW Ry Review leased Wire) BASEL, Oct. 2'J. A semi-official note issued at Vienna today on Aus tria's reply to President Wilson says: "Austria was obliged to conform to the methods of President Wilson, who had successively replied to three mem bers of the triple alliance, and act apart from her allies. Tlio monarchy, which liaa formally adopted President Wilson's line of action, Bhares his FRENCH OFFICIAL. (By Review Leased Wire) PARIS, Oct. 29. In an advance west of Banogne, northeast of Laon, the French today took 850 prisoners, according to the war office announce ment tonight. The fifth army at tacked today on a front of about seven and a hair miles between fct Quentin-Le Petit and Herpy. The communication follows: "tielween the Oise and the Jerre rivers there have been spirited artil lery actions, notably in the region of Crecy-Sur-Serre. To the west of Chateau Porcien the indefatigable troops of the fifth army today undertook a new advance on a front of 12 kilometers between St. Quentin-Le Petit and Herpy. The battle is being fought with magnifi- ent spirit on our side and great stub bornness on the part of the enemy ho has orders to halt us at any price. On our left, in spite of an atund- nce of machine gunners who tried to check our advance, we succeeded in passing beyond St Quentin-Le Petit and carried our line to the neiglibor- ood of Hill 137. 'West of Banogne we also made progress, in tne center our troops ave repulsed the enemy beyond the road of Rescouvranije-St. FurVteux over a width of three kilometers. 'To the risht we have conquered Hill 156 and advanced mora to the east. Prisoners to the number of 8o0 have actually been counted. "Aviation. Oct. 28- Our reconnoit- erin.? machines have pressed very far Into the enemy zone. Nine enemy planes were downed or lei out of control. A captive balloon was set on fire. "During the nicht our bombing squadrons dropped lfi tons of f-o-jectiles on large railway stations and important points of concentration. Numerous fires were started. "Eastern Front: On the Danube front, in the rcsion of Widin and of the Iron Gates, there has been artil--lory fiiin.g. The Serbian vanguard, pushing the enemy northward, has reached the front of Stragari, the Raka river and Hesava. 20 kilometers north of Kraguivatz and taken sev eral hundred prisoners and guns and machine guns. "In the direction of I'jic? ancf the frontier of Herzotovina, Serbian ad vanced elements have reached the pass west of Cacak. Jugoslav units operating in Montenegro have passed beyond Ipek and Diakovo." he r T , J . 4,- . i l ,f r, .-'; v v v rriiiYii ri 1iV ti tfimnii'irl' a rtn Cr - raw i uTi T i. ? n tK-ij -: . ' : '-;-,-,. 1 ..- : .t2- "TLj.' JT , . Li-I 1 ' .Ul II lilt N view of statements by opponents of Amendment 100 that the employers of labor in Arizona have no intention of operating un der the Amendment in the event of its adoption, steps have been taken to ascertain their intentions in this respect. As a result, it can now be positively stated that the following large employers have pledged themselves to operate under Amendment 100 if it is adopted by the voters of Arizona in the election of November 5, 1918. These 100 employers have associated with them more than 60,000 employees. Their interests are mutual. Ray Consolidated Copper Co., Ray. Inspiration Consolidated Copper Co., Inspiration. Fhelps Dodge Corporation, Copper Queen Branch, Bubee-Douglas. Calumet & Arirona Mining Company, Warren. Old Dominion Company, Globe. Miami Copper Company, Miami. Consolidated Arizona Smelting Company, Hum- boldt Arizona Copper Company, Clifton. Shannon Copper Company, Clifton. United Eastern Gold Mining Company, Oatman. nternational Smelter, .Miami. Shattuck Arizona Copper Company, Bisbee. Magma Copper Company, Superior. Tom Reed Gold Mining Company, Oatman. ron Cap Copper Company, Globe. helps Dodje Corporation, Morenci Branch, MorencL United Verde Copper Company, Jerome. United Verde Extention Copper Company, Jerome. New Cornelia Copper Company, Ajo. Denn-Arizcna Copper Company, Bisbee. Ray Hercules Copper Company, Ray. Arizona Commercial Copper Company, Globe. Superior and Boston Copper Company, Globe. Gadsden Copper Company, Jerome. Phelps Dodge Corporation, Copper Basin Branch, Jerome. Verde Combination Copper Company. Black Giant Mines Company, Salome. lerome Verde Copper Company, Jerome. Wolverine Arizona Copper Company, Bisbee. Wiggins Mining Company, Bisbee. Hull Copper Company, Jerome. Grand Island Copper Company, Jerome. American Smelting & Refining Company, Tuc son. Jerome Grande Copper Company, Jerome. Leroy Consolidated Mining Company, Dos Ca bezos. Silver King of Arizona Mining Company, Superior. Los Conquistadores Mining Company. Cobrita Mines Company, Salome. Kay Copper Company. Arizona Rare Metals Company, Mammoth. World's Fair Mine, Patagonia. Magnet Copper Company, Tucson. Glance Mining Company, Tucson. Little Bobbie Mining Company, Ray. Three R. M. & M. Company, Patagonia. Jerome Daisy Copper Company, Jerome. Green Monster Mining Company, Jerome. Daylight Mining Company, Tucson. Monte Cristo M. & M. Company, Phoenix. Gila C & C Company. Van Dyke Copper Company, Miami United Arizona M. & S. Company. Golden Cross Mining Company, Chloride. Texas Arizona Copper Company, Tucson. Cowboy M. & S. Company, Tucson. Kelvin Sultana Copper Company, Kelvin. Sho Me Copper Company, Miami Ray Silver Lead Mining Company. Rosenberg Copper Company, Crown King. Red Rover Copper Company, Phoenix. Dundee Arizona Copper Company. Queen Creek Copper Company, Phoenix. Reiniger-Freeman Mining Company, Tucson. Union Oil Company. Mountain States T. & T. Company. The Manufacturing Stationers. Maricopa Creamery. Phoenix Street Railway Company. McArthur Bros. Auto Agencies. Arizona Iron Works, Phoenix. Phoenix Planing MilL Phoenix. Narragansett Copper Company, Rosemont Flumed Knight Mine,, Twin Buttes. Daily Arizona Consolidated Copper Co., Tucson. Mammoth Development Company, Mammoth. Hassayampa Creamery Company, Phoenix. The Eagle Milling Co., Tucson. Tucson Gas, Electric Light & Power Company. Tucson Rapid Transit Company, Tucson. Tucson Steam Laundry Company. Imperial Mine, Silverbeil. Fairview Gold & Copper Co., Mayer. Hilltop Mine, Hilltop. Saginaw-Manistee Lumber Company, Williams. Pacific Gas & Electric Company, Phoenix. Bunker Hill Mines, Tombstone. Yeager Canon Mine, Jerome. Gila Caynon Sulphide Co., Christmas. Duncan Electric Co., Duncan. ' Shaw's Vulcanizing Works, Douglas. O'Malley Lumber Co. Halstead Lumber Co. C. W. Cisney, Contractor, Phoenix. T. B. Stewart, Contractor, Phoenix. Our hazardous departments will be operated under Amendment 1 00 if it is adopted. Southwest Cotton Company. Arizona Egyptian Cotton Company. Cotton Grower's Association. Merchants & Manufacturers Association. Arizona Cattle Growers Association. GERMAN NIGHT OFFICML (Pv Review T.cpsed AVIrel BKRLIN. Oct. 3 (via London). The German official roinmiinication issaed tonight follows: "Hetween NUy-Ie-Conite and the Aisue violent French attacks this af ternoon failed. The above are just 100 of a number of employers in every line of industry in Arizona who have pledged themselves to support and operate under Amendment 100. INFORMATION BUREAU, ARIZONA WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION LAW Folsom Williams. A morn; John I.. IVnncllv. fvlTe-olent Aliona Slate Federation of Labor. Moore President J K e'lir.v secretary I li rectors : W. P. Moloney, state Senator P.iornix. Arizona; 0. M. 'olvrMV.e. General Manager Consolidated Arizona Swell- Mohave t'oiintv. Oatman. .Uiicna; Andrew Kin. hall. Chairman State Hoard of Trade. nu tvmpan:.. Humboldt. Arizona; J.-K. Ciht. Secretary .imn Chapter American Thatcher. Arizona- It K Ni kerson Manager SaRiuaw Manistee Lumber Company, Mining Conic-s. Itishee, Arizona ; rVlsoin .Moore. 1 tus.m T -graphical I nion, Tucson.