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ALBUQUERQUE , MORNING JOURNAL.
-TY.slSTlI YF.AR ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1914. laily by Carrier or Mull a Month. Mngle tirca, ft OU ' IE Hi TWO-THIRDS OF IlillTSOFl'ILDlfL IT GO TO 11 UNTIL 1R IS Till TO THIIIK IT OVER GERMAN ARMY 111 RAPID RETREAT TOWARD BORDER GREAT BRITAIN, FRANCE, SPAIN AND CHINA SIGN TREATIES LOOKING TO PERMANENT PEACE REPORTS SAY ! Aii men Discover Evle:isie Defensive Intrenchments In tended to Cover Right of Main Body of Troops, PARIS NOW SAFE FROM ATTACK BY INVADERS Twenty-two Nations Entered Into Such Agreement With the j is. EA . United States Before Those of Yesterday; Japan Alone fc ed 0 ' " r, Ai Stands Out, and That for One Reason Only, as Not At- sMeJ,S,ve QS That senting to Principle Laid Down by President Wilson;' 0,1 ine IYiaine, Secretary Bryan Issues Statement Explaining What Newj.,,,.,, Convention Means to World, and Diplomats Who Partic ipated inJt Celebrate Event With Dinner at University Club in National uapnai. OinOlAti STATKMKNT rium ruKxcir akmv I larl. Scut. IS ( 1 1 : 1 A n. ni.) ; The official communication lnl j by Ibe lYcncli tovonini'iit to and - night say t tint tlie allictl armies are In -Io-jc ronlmt with the tier- '.es with all other nations, large small." P,cgardo, as ;rrtu Advance. ' man every here, ami Hint the The cabinet officers, ambassadors ' forward movement i-onllnuc lw and ministers why witnessed the sign- twecu Uio Mcuse ami Argonno. The text of tlx txnuniHiilcnlfon follows: "On inr If ft wing onr armii arc In c-Iom coiitot with the rue- o-.." JOUSNM. C(t Ut4tO WIH! W,hinton. Sept. 16. That Era KTor William' reply o the Informal Lr, inquiry '"l the United Xtat.-. -v,,.h (i iii honed wHI open the way tofnd the European war, li expected ;inK (lf th treatioi were given a ulthin the r.ext few day, was r- ! lunchecn at the 1'niversity club later vwkd tonight. ' (Speeches were tn-vde there in advocacy Th fi-elim of optimism In adminia- of peace, but no direct reference was tutlon circles was heightened today inia,,e to the present European war. ly the signing of treaties between the j President Wilson. It became known; r.tt state Great Britain. France, i today, had mad.- no r-ply to the me-! Spain and China, which it is believed ;sage from Kmperor William and Pres. j "It In absolute will make armed conflict between thejiJent Point are of France, relating to- Utn published 1 1 Vuited t-'tates and these nations almost, the Us- (,r dum-uum punei in tne war. -r If not entirely, Impossible. jThe president tomorrow will receive Treaty Provision, 'the commission of Belgian official, , m.i. ht :i riis-.arhn h:ivo riimi' from their country (-' IDE j - - pules w nirm ement of the tattle o2 the Maine -r a week S. the l.nal outcome 1 th mtKhty trK'iie n ,i:t to de pend on the army c-f i'r n Prince Kredrrs.k William ! the Oerman center, the roMu!iar1ei i .f which ha toen retired t Montf .m.n. An thia t.ian la fl.'teen m:ice t the northwest of Verdun the cnn prinoe'a move aeetna to imply' the approm hlnit relief of tlmt Krettch furtreiw. hlh hia army h,, .en besieging for a week ?A. Ilowexer, na tie of the a-'tnal fitn.dii n th.-n-haa yet come through, .r t official confirmation of the reported full of the rortified pvl(a.n of M;u!Hue forthcont!iit from Kn nelt ouixe. A dtrpaun from the t'lerman gen eral ataff on the battle of the j Marne. received In lnd-Mi today, j nuffeted at theanda of the cennor.j In Ita truncated' form the only claim made fur the German atm is that) of having aiicreaafuliy b-feateil the French endeavor to break through the German linen. Thl apparently 1 juite true, uti le the report from lirppe thl af terniMn, gllegiiiB th' General Von Kluck ji irmy on the German r!ht had been foued t aorrender. turn out t be correct. I'p to the preaenl ther ha been no confirmation of the Vtotr- J In any eawe from th eMlmetc( given of the number of the troop ui rendered, which aevotding to one report a 14.000 and acordlng- to another 2S.A00. it would 1 a mi nomer to call It a surrender of Gen eral Von Kluok' army. hich mut total In the neighborhood of 100, 000 men, That Von Kluck'a position la a dlf rtcult one aeeinii til be linqueation nble. If, a reported, the German line la a winging Ita extreme rU-ht back to th Metiae In the vicinity ..f Mexlerra, EVACUATION OE R CRUZ Ol'l IS ORDERED BY THE PRESIDENT ANOTHER GREAT BATTLE S TO BE FOUGHT BEFORE FATE OF EUROPE CAtl BE Just as Sooi as Transpoits Can Remove Them Gcneial Funston's Connnand Is Ex pected to Return Home, CARRANZA'S REQUEST IS COMPLIED WITH Head of Constitutionalists andi Generals Villa and Obiegon Say Mexican People Would Misunderstand. K 0 WITH DEFIIIITEIIESS GENERAL VON KLUCK MAKES STAND ON THE RIVER AISNE TO MEET PURSUING ALLIES rav monnin jouifc anci kc,i win Waahlngton, Hopt, 1 5. Kvaoimtton i f N'era t'rti wa ordered to, lay by I'reaident Wilatm. The American aof 1 lei's Btid mannm ijtiler Mineral Fiinaton, who hi held Menlco principal a'aport aim e It wa aeltod t v jlhe fleet April !, liil, will embark 1 for homa a xwn a ttatiNtiort ran Crown Prince, Von Buclow and Von Hauscn Arc Retreating in Order to Straighten Vast Armies of Kaiser Still in France and Desperate Engagement on Immense Scale Is Expected to Occur, Rivalling Sedan in Decisiveness; Eng lish and French Troops Are Again Trying to Turn Left Wing of Enemy in Hope of Repeating Brilliant Strategy Which Won Victory on Ourcq River Last Week. The l'tfiuh official statt'iiit'ttl ui;kcs luit'l' mention of the -f.ut lli.it tlie a!!iel armies are in cIom' tmuli with tin Oiftman tiuttli of Vervine. t. yucntin and Pennine General Von Kluok. however, baaj,, ru,r in,,mi Bnj shortly afterward i the fiver Winne Albl ill tlie HeiuluVrlbHtil f IvIieilllN ai...i. m u niu.idi'f!) ku ltnti. een i . . . . ... .t-.,., pi.v-.-i .....f-. . . ... H) iirri rut in a ipb iisnv Mloiild he have been forced to aacrl-!drur, yv,,A mjt ,0 withdrawn. lice a part of hla army to an offen-j Th, onlf,r f(ir ,.v,1(,llllUn f(ir. lve atroke of the nrli-n anu rren. n , naMv , ,.,, ,u w lute Houee j allien, and tinleaa beaten by a break , )otlly Rfu,r R ,(I1(r ,.,,., n,,.(,tnI, n in the weather which i turning the, , .,,m,lujintt- .h,,,,.r f ,h roada into cpiaginlre and maHhj,,,,,, HrmPl, ,(.nfl.-i between the fnlt, my mi the whcMo fismt friim tlie Uranaporta moat difficult, observer, ( Su.B ln(, M,.xl ln ,,lrh m ,..,. Im iiihu north of the river ANne wv1 and aouth of Klielm. atMolutcly untrue, at liai (line ami aim in by the offldal Wolff Agi-mjr. that Hie army of the crown prlni-o la lieaicpliijf anil iHniiltanliiig Ver dun. This cltr luia never Im-'ii at- hlch cannot be settled by di-jpeclally to lay before him their com- tackeit. Only the fort of Tli.yon hi are of the v Pinion that lie win reach hia appointed position. FRENCH CAVALRY NOT EXPERT AT CHARGING In thi territory C.ener.il Von KlnekV annv i- inparcntlv mak ing ready for a stand while tlie other (Vnnan armies under Von Hue 1 v . 'on Hansen, the down tiiiue and the Puke of YVurrtteintnirjr are tailing haek. and in so doinjr. are endeavntini' to maiiltain an undivided front. The l-'reiuh war !i)artnieiit also tleuies that the crown prince ..r t marl.'iiiia (.tut ttttt tlv-akd tii. rK' a hundred were v, ounded and upwai da ! has tvtT liunihaided lldun. and i(tld that Otllv foil TlOVoll. which (of three hundred Menleana wer,,irs nut hel'illp; to Verdun's defenses. Has heeu .tttackcil. aSlltOUrjh i killed or wounded. i, i., ..t. .l The reaaons fur the alep were plumacy shall be submitted to a per-! plaint against alleged violation manunt ( ommiesion for investigation Iclvllized w arfare In the U' nnan imiHM.L CI4. LltllB WIMII IoihIoii, N-pt. 1 (t:l a. m. The of; which in not a part of the dc- ,raly New' correspondent li- mantnt commiesion for investigation civilized warfare In the Ui nnan in- cm-e i icuun. oiu ,M-oicna me loroneyeai. '. v.aion , l.elBl,,. of leua,. Ium lH,-n lauu- similar in nrlncliile to the twenty- It la teneraiiy unuerstooa mai me - .-......- n un ininnn iwn ir.-atle aiuned with Central and president will make a general atnte- li'irth America and a 'It In known that the violent following itho ptirmiit of the alliea, lament the lack of uffl(ient cavalry: lie niya: "The French cavalry ha not been I fortunate In thla dlvtaion. Ton often fflw S-nroiiean Iment cfter tht P-elgiana have seen him, ! attatka of which it liaa wn the- -.t tinie,, o. hrilliunl charge too late countries, nineteen of which have been jcoverlnfr 'their protest as well aa the( l'Jxt have not auct-wlcd and jHni, fJllly KVV,,t over the ereat when ea irom ine u-rman eini)-iin - "- ni-mmj v " ,n German gun nan aecureu inr forth in the following elaieinenl from the White House: Itca-ont for I'vacuatloii. "The troop have been ordered withdrawn from Vera lrua. Thla at' lion la taken in view of the entire re moval of the circumstance which were thought to Justify the ceup.i- utified be ihc Ecimte. the four pacts ;n.t-t-.,( rtned today are regarded hy official 'ami the French nod diplomats hero a the most ad-,the neutrality of unced step which the American gov trtment has taken to forward the ciuee of peace. .la hi n Slaiult Out. Immediately after the conventions wre igned Secretary Uryan dispatch til tflcgrams to the American embas k and legations in (lermany. Hug ri, Auntria and Belgium, notifying Ihim of what had oi president reiterating rclievcj. the Vnited State. -Thcrn l nothltnr In ; t ronti-rnlng the rlphi wlnit," Ohrepm to Meet Villa. Douxlas, Ariz., Sept. 15. Uen. A'i varo ohregon left Mexico City Jeter- day to confer with General Villa at: Chihuahua, according to a telegram! received today from Col. P. Kilns', Calles at the Mexican capital. It was ranire to mow them down. Hence their report ... 1)t)olt h.,. m,t alway been available at the rliiht moment, but their couriiKe and dnah have been characterlatle." Iv MOHNIMa 4t.uNAb PtCIAI. LSABIO WlMII I'aria, Sept. IS (3:50 p. m.) It was generally anticipated that an attempt to atem the tide of their rapid re treat would be mule by the Onrman suppoacu umi u.e oui -s.-..... v f . ... . , ., -,i . rerenctt nas pomcmiug o v. on recurrence of trouble In Honora ; General Oliregon is expected to MANY AMERICAN REACH NEW YORK F ROM II IE r ' ' ' o " - v.. v. . w w In Ilirn .loiilsir tmatll-H with thoSC ! alate. countries, all of which have endorsed J rr-turn to Sonora ,oon th principle of the peace plan. Japan alone has not accepted the principle or entered into negotiations, it became known today, because of the desire of the ministry there not to confuae the Japanene public whila the alien land controversy is being adjusted. Members of the cabinet and admin totration officials witnessed the signing ceremony in the office of the secretary of state. Mrs. Bryan and personal Mends of the secretary were present. Afterwards Mr. Bryan issued the fol lowing statement: Uryan l-sucs Statement. 'Tne signing of the four treaties to &! with Great Britain, France, Spain nd China, brings under treuty obliga tions more than, nine hundred millions of people. These, when added to the Population of the United States and .the population of the twenty-two coun irles with which almllar treaties have IwetoCore been signed, bring under th Influence of these treaties ronsid faWy more than two-thirda of the In kabitfants of the globe. As these treaties all provide for investigation of il matters in dispute before any det ention of war or commencement of wttllities, it is believed that they will Bake armed conflict between the con: raeting nations almost. If not entire- impossible. The government is j PMified to take thin long step in the 'faction of peace and Is not only will 8, but anxious to make similar treat. i tire defeated from the great field of battle to the. east of Paris, w here they s Many Italian hilled. London. Sept. I : a. in.) A dispatch to the Kxchatigf Telegraph from I'.ome says It Is officially ad mitted In Trieste, Austria, that U-,-0u0 soldiers from Trieste and Trent. mostly Italians, fighting ln the tlistj line, have been killed In the Uallclim of Curranxa, first t hief of the consti tutionalist Hi my. who I in c bulge of the executive power In Mexico City. Through Paul Fuller, personal repra sentatlve of President Wilson in Mcx l o, tieneral CoiT.inaA. set forth that the presence of the American troops Instead of being u safeguard against further revolution and peace with tho I'nited .state constituted a constant nienaco to friendly relations. Would Vol rtiilerMand. Th Mexican chief contended nnd had fought stubbornly for seven day and had suffered enormou losses. It has been revealed that Hritiah land French aviators, at during risks, 'followed the retrograde movement ,of the German army and succeeded in 'gathering the Information that the 'German had erected field work at i various places along the northern pla ' tcau beyond ltheinis. These work were Intended by the German for the event of meeting su perior force and being obliged to re- i tire and reform. Main Army In Illght, It is Understood they left several corps on their western wing and on n ,,, . j r I - . ; tneir center witn the desperate tusk British and rrencn uuisers,lf holding these ime so a to pte- hattles. HOME RULE BILL AGAIN 10 Fill fj PARLIAMEN1 Wntrh Onidrlp Harhnr for vent their Pu,!,uer8 Irom harassing vvaicn uuisiae ncuuui iui jthe bulk of the 0ermn Brmy whl(.h( Merchantmen Belonging to Enemies' Countries. imi osii JOUhL M:it ! in the meantime was making qiiti kly for the frontier. j Many detached parties of German troops have been captured wandering 1 (about the Woods where they found i.roiwa jouNLMciLLAtiowin i themselves with little ammunition and New York, Sept. In. .Many more i n0 food supplies and deserted by their Americans returned home today f rom : comrades who were making? Kurone. among them brought , marches. in on the three steamers arriving here j'aHs Feci FJ-ler. ed through all Its stage the bill in th Hi. Hariri. American liner Pots-j Thar has been cessation in tho'troduced bv Premier A(Vl!th to U Premier Asquith Wins on All A rinrvACitino Frt- I Uinta anu vph-voiuvii ; conducted fairly and the troop tore Fnrtvnl Prnipt mid ! brought back nftr a ci nstituiionnlly Withdraws, After the unionists had made a formal forced 'protest and had left the chambers, the hmm of common this afternoon pas. dam, from Rotterdam: the Frederick preparation at Paris for defense. AI- VIII, of the S?oandinuvian-.-iiien-""jthoug,h the nertiians now are a con llne from Copenhagen, and the Ital- s(icrable distance away and the like Ian steamer He D'ltaliii, from Medi-1 1inoo(j or thelr return j regarded a tcrraaean ports. The tredericK vuMremote, thous.-mds of men ore being j .u.'i, rv-T.ii .l.wWpd tonight. I ...ii.j jtt.. .. .! pend th operation of the Irish home rule and the Wdth dis-extahilahmetita bills. In the house of lords the motion for a second reading of the home rule hill The HritMi official picst bureau jie oui a statement on nu thuritv nf Sir I'.dvvard tiiev, secretat v for foreign altairs, !u reply to a coinnutiiicalinii issued to the press hy the imperial (lerui.tn chanvol l'ir. The statement is ha so I on the German chaneillur's tjtiestion a to whether l',n",!aud woul-1 have interfered ti protect IVlgimn's free doin ai;ainst I'Vance. and the auwt-r piven h that Knvjand vvoulvl un- lion. Th further presence of ' j (picstinnahlv have done so. troop Is deemed unnecessary.- , , I'ojncarf an.i IvitptTor Xichol.1 of KuM., have fX wi-rs withdrawn at the urgent appeal chained tcU'iirUHlS ot fc hClt.ltlollS nil the VUt'TieS tTVWiett to-l'rencll and Russian arms, Russian official reports announce that no fihtiiii; has occurred in the last twenty-four Imurs in Iast Prussia and that the Russian troops, Jiavinp cvtric.itfd themselves from a thfticult n.sition. are awaiting further movements. I'rom !eilin cnines the auttinmcenicnt that the efforts of the I'rench trtaips to break throui;1i t';r vi;ht vvino; of the (iirman vvest cm army have Wen repuKcd. after heavy fVhliti. IWrlin also an nounces that the Austrian t roups h.tve repuKed the Servians all aloii the line of the fiver Save. . Ninons ihiise who fell on the P.ritish side in the rrcrnl tiglitinff was Brigadier (.eticra! Neil Douglas I'intllay, rommaudcr of the first division, mval artillery, who gained n reputation for hnnery in the Sou ih African war. A Rome di-path giving news from Albania, says MiHiteiuprin tnatps in conjunction with Servians, have repulse! the Austrian on the Uosnian fmnlicr. Jn the recent fii;htinp the Austrian casualties were estimated at 4.1 NH An Austrian official eomnitmicat itin rcceivetl nl Rome doilies' the report of Russian victories over the Austriam and assert' that RXUHV Russian prisoners and neatly 500 jVirtis liave been captured. Rumania is reported as making' advances to Italy for common action ntf-umt AiHria. The Japanese 1 roups who ;oe marchiuR- ag-ainst the (".ertn.m protettoraie of KiaoA'how in China, have captured the town of Chimo. a short distance outside f the Kiftn Chow ?.one, The first, eiieoimtcr bttuecn the C.enuau and Japanese land forces occurred at ihis pumt. Rtpoits fioin Washington describe irovcrnmenl oliuials aint diplomatic representative as showing epeflam'y that the Oennan emperor would make early answer to the informal peace inquirr made bv the I'nilcd States. he wa supported by general Villa and Obregon that the Mexican peo ple would not understand the contin ued presence of American troop on Mexican soil and would bff bound to cherish resentment no matter how j well-intentioned the American govern ment was or how hi nutesi ent the Mex I It o City administration Itself might ! be. ! I'ntll today he Washington govern ment had not decided upon any fixed time for the withdrawal of It force, and awaited negotiation with the new government on the subject. At first the president believed It desira ble to keep American force at Vera 'ru for salutary effect, hoping tliati a constitutionalist, eieuton woum ne I elei ted executive was in power. I Opponuil by Cnnaniui. j The constitutionalist chief argued, I however, thaJ no elect Inn 'could he Ifrce, and without compulsion wllh a London, Sept. K l:2 p. m) 'pun of Mexican territory controlled by American forces. He pointed out, too, that the question of the American troop might soon become a doine4e issue which might cause Internal dls-j ension. BRITISH GENERAL IS KILLED IN BATTLE and the He D'Jtalia aocaeu u.ioj,.. jcnrolled daily for the formation of 'wa adjourned on a vote or 3 to sv. ( Ships Incoming end outgoing re-jn(..Wi) forot, nna to fln ,-,,e Klip )n tne jnlroduclng his bill, Premi'r As-j pt.rtcd the presence om-uo York harbor of two British cruisers ami a third thought to be French isv kosnik wiii.it ..i?oi. io im lAlwte to the It 11 1m behind Rbelms and Irfindon, Hpt. U :!!5 p. m. I -The ;,hen north to erdun. thus eeeiii ing battle of the Marne has about conic 1 1 ne road and railway running norm lo.h en nd sllhoiigh the sllieili wttshInton, Sept. 15. Xew Mexico: Fair Wednesday and frooauiy Thursday. 1 Thn Frorti.l-ii-k VIII was li,.,i..o l,v Ri-lt:!h warships. The O.iin wan honrdfiLl t' a" ! cruiser officer after 'three-mile neutrality (it mommnm jaunnkt. cial isnnta wiftti i ......n w.,t-,t i la-nr, t, .Mnr, ...o ........ , v o-'Mquun strongly reiuuw.i,-ii mr fJ-''o"' jingHtner kpiii'ihi ,i-ii ioiieiMn ri'i,rll nn On 1 Tell' M lr. the rieid since tne beginning or the i mat the governmi nt had violated any u-ur 1 1 .. A,.u ,.,.u ....I t, r.r-,.,r.i4 ttlll. ... ,,.nn "I 01 l",iiniM P ...... armies are keeping in touch wllh the retreating UcrmaTi it Is evident that the latter Hie taking up position to stav the northwaid tvlwmr,. of the i , r?e Day in Congress Pota- Knglish she passed tne limit. Honk today a to them to! by are of the opinion that the stand now belnn made by the Germans along the river Aisne Is the beginning of a new battle which may develop Into a combat al- controverslal legislation. To have postponed the passage of the bills un til aft-.'r th termination of the war, he said, would have had a deplorable ef fect on the Irish r all over the . TllE SENATE. tlla, m. Te filibustervagainst the rivers and """org biU wag continued. republicans decided to oppose a ar tax measure ln any manner what- fir Adjourned at "ednesday. 8 p. in. to 11 a. m. THE UOt'SE. M at noon, emoerats prepared to caucus to "Wit on th war tx bill. UU l0lutloa t0 Investigate the tex l 'ndustr' at Atlanta, Ga., Intro ed by Representative Green of achusetts. inlinority ret'ubiln anl democratic Wnm" f lei Bssaillmrthe bill for gov gPnt purchase and1 operating Jkdiourned at 5:10 p. m ftflnesdav mocraiie caucua at wf revenue bill. until noon S p. m. on Observer at .Sandy nous . must if not quite equally a Important 'world aim on Irish recruiting. The witnessed what appeared to in m i . , Marne. It la nnlnt.l 't.rn,l r nromlsed that before the home be the capture of a merchantman ' jpt( however, that the struggl must j rule bill came Into operatfon the gov j w two British cruisers, though notn jbe a fronul one frotn ,ne Qorinan j ernment would introduce an entirely iP, from ttr-ihel to the Kelglan frontier nnd piihlwtird to LuxemlHii'R and Met In Ijorrtilne. l b im by br'iiKitig ttie tit mv of the in pidice of navarln into line they 'e ill be eov-eri'd on on wing bv their lav. royal arlillcrj', ha been killed im General Von kluck w ith bis Mi rny ;,,vn forires of Melst. action, according to bffleial announce-i has rnaile a stand north -f the river i pome mllltnt-y expert are of the ment mad tonight. Aisrie on a line nnil ked lie tlm fof"r. joplnb'ti that the Oermarm will offoi- -- ,0f l.'Aigle and Craotine, while lbeJo,,.r next ) relane-e on the Meitee tlrni-ral Flmllay hndiarmlp of General Vm Tiitetow ami ninl that tm another battle of Hciitiu the first div ision foyalj yn llniisen, ibe Onk( of VV iierltcin the Hrillsh army "incejliueg nnd (he i-wtn prince are fulling 'back to attaightch m". "" fr""t on In the South African jwhi h the next big lift t He if 1'Keiy to 111 Igadlef commanded artillery of 1910. He served i ...... tinikfhtl i, '-'. i,,..., '.(31 iiihii ri inn, in ...... definite was learned on shore tonig wh1I((( tne alI1,,a .y position ' new amending bill. gr-!Mttl, was twice rnetitioti- rie foug hi. eil In dispiili he for bravery snd re-j To lYesetM He t.. ronflrm thJs theory a tttmirAim i,. iii-rson?i at Hook the vessel thought to h.ive been captured was headed at top speed for the Ambrose rhannI iK ht ship. No shot was fired, for the cruis ers were fast enough to overhaul the merchantman, according to ohrv "bout a mile outside the neutral y l,mil. Then the merchant seen to head In the general direi tion of Bermuda, one of the celled the queen's nirial. Andtew Itonar Uw, the opposition j horn In Jr leader, during wh.w paerh the llher- XTTT . n r nl left the chamber, emereil hi pro- j t ,( )KK LOT U!N ULlN I O MnL Mr. Sandy'rom which an enveloplnir movement i ran oe eueeien. Allle In Rent Position, !i left the b The strength ct the reapeetlve force i test against Pie bill Introduced bv engaged, although kept secret, I be- Aqulth, j lieved to be almost egual. It I ar-j John E, lledmond, the trlfh nation- gued, however, that the allies possess jslist leader in lli house of commons, j the advantage of prestige which ha .replied to Mr. m a speech sup-i kollfl Trout. Wf Although the Hermans hnve oeen It-artly punched In their lone retreat jatid have lie't tiiwin guns mid men, llhev mnlntnln roh-'Mhm ntitl, unless; the !wlll be fonghi b-frtro mmiv diiv. ! Try to Outflank kunttn, Much tiniKt pas before this Inkes ;p!noe, however. Tile allies at last re. , pnrtw "ere keeping Vip it kci ll lnirMlt. ;wllh probnblv freahi troops. The j Pri'iidi left, with birifi forces of env I h Icy. some of which are reported s ifnr not'Oi as the nelgiiin fnniHer, :m-tliin- to harm's the tlermitn right. fully I men! which thev cinried out on the f it i-'-i lust week, P. helm h;ii been t-e-oeeupled by the tiltfe. but the reports mnke no man- have ition of the neighboring fortre?ea ot . . . i. ... . ......... ,.,l I.....O.. H..I.I..1, ...... C....rt.l. f,...,u tt.hieli . , ,mmi a- r rencn aueceen in n-en n"""i-' v. mo- 1,01,-0 .ton i i-u. i'-e - PLALLU lINULn Anhtb I jbelween the eroo of the crowii prince g,,lne, (inmes over (hr Alan two I.. ii iM(l,' thofio f,pF.-,tlntt to the west of !,t:iy nt-ii. ai'ii now soroevvViero between .s.miiii.ittc..uiii jhlm Kmneror Wllllnm'e for.-r- will iire-jthat river and the river tUfe t.ti.1 are .... lll-nJ a. .n lTbe'sMil a -oltd front when the time eotti trying to repeat the outflanking mOVf- Koon In, rul i,n. Ihev r....,.A 1 1, , . . r ( i , , ll.n Kill The If.ull l..la ..,! -.11,, , , . . , , i . I .. u 1 COI rplilll Ifli lent for HIlOtrK'f e llXn W fl H n Kill "' German on the east of Pari. The j prewed th hope that In the Interven- j under date of Hominy says: j ImportHtit as Ibe ve. eui buttle. (on- sines io cuoifrisori ine ra.iiroaoa ing m( ri",l wnc o- ..ifrufi mum ui rojii-oootr rvor, ,,r ..v,,,,- ,, , ..... rUlS TS O'H .... . . . . . . 1 . , . ,'. ' ... . . ... i. ... t. ..i r i,nn,.i'Hin li,.(i till . . .x- 1 1 h h man le I li em in br nf ro nrnni. mi una m wete iigniing nou oer lo'ments rule agfiinsi iiirrwtiiniii'niM.mniiii n oih-ik or-,i.-i vovlne her. It was aue. rht xi irma in 'ahnolilor nlrit would arias all t .,.wniiam-inar iha allied armle. t he ' defence than the ground Hrlton had taken the prize s . .' ,u,,, ..,-ive tral'anrf makln a real ,niumtl.,i'i r.. raona were brought Into I nnssed over din ing the last ten day .n 1'ere fto.l (.,lon. th - ri cjptlire of forcing her to steam to 'he the activitv of the Delalana In Iposslble. . I Pari f.dat i.oder arrest Their right apparently ext.-rid a far 'which hmi.l not h, nltlah lerrttory- U..ni.. ri. ....... Th VCoi.h labor lin.tor. hut-lna 'I uni,.n Onnn en York Kcenlm i wast lis Ht. tJih-niiri thioueh n conn-'lire . . , i aBrutnk .J.'iiiinfi iiiiii.y V.,1 i'Pt I n .... - - . . ip, - . i..vi fe,..iu.Utraaed tbair satisfaction Hh iiIv,.i- John Held. wtsihed to an Iff intersw-tert by i ivers Slut si reft m i tne rtort n. ft no Tlie Joiutl from Antwerp. Ibl.l, it passed throuen all the atagaal American magazine, and several cor- j w Ith cheer from the nationalists and jreiipondenis of London newspapers. jrntt'lifiU: BV tiHllMANM the mlnlaterlallat. jlhec hl akel the BrMpih tJem-ral IIIXUKS ON CKOW' rillMVl In the house of lords, during a !nmith-lorrl-i'a perruiioti to aceom- tiate on th Murqui or rew mo- pane his column atifl uenevsi nmirn tion for a second refilling of the home M,)t rien turned them over to the rule bill, adjournment wa taken. Ipvenih staff. difficult, nt to resist t' London. ScpU 1(1(1 ticrman Prisoners. IB (!:" ' -i n.nnsnii One hundred -n were brougni morise from the continent They comprise from the scene -France. London, Sept. 13 2 : 35 p. m )A ha been the case aince. the com- that will embarrass the allH-'king ; tively vvenk. forces j I'nU IaCk I fbH-life Ittittle Likely. i "'i tlj "reneH The itifiSn Herman force under tlett- 'are falling I era I Von Puelow and Von -Uauaen, ju ncro; the rujva ;of "Wiirrttembiug and lheh.i bei-et'j.-n prince, stretch along t' i ihei iishe