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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1914.
TWO SHAMROCK Enameled Ware AN ATTRACTIVE GREEN BLENDED WARE THAT GIVES GOOD SERVICE AT A MEDIUM PRICE. Resbe & Mauger 115-117 No. 1st llir Mix I. of I Jianielod til Not Slcihii Usre NATURAL HISTORY OF DIAMONDS iiisroi.iiv t'p In l: till fihtiiinnda mi' from India, unit In that year they wrro eilsiovered In Ilnill I'nlll H7 these soon en sup plied the world demand, li n lilatnotidg prf ftrwt illsetnered In tioulh Africa. It limk j-rarn (if prospecting to discover llvi mine, wliii h furnished per cent of the world's out put In KiVn ii ninth wia Incited, snd lit 191)2 tho Premier mine was diseovrreel near Pretoria. - Iiiamoncl are pure crystal lised carbon, and are Ihe hard nt sulmiame known. They are not affected by acids or alkalies, snd are not dmlroyeel by or dinary tire, Dodd & Denhof JEWELERS Tltlril Mrwt and Central Atmiut In VnfRea and Alaaee tho altuution remaliii tinciianed, hoth aldog reaerv ln all their atrenalh for tho mure erltlcal con leal In Iho weal. Mii-oiwa In (iallcla. The itiiaKtuna are eaid to he eon tlnuliiK their aiieciaa.a In (liillcla and I'nland. The m inim of tieiieral liuiikl. Which hud the mipl'oit of aoiiu- (ler iiiiiii divlniona, huie heen driven hack aclirna the frontier which they cloaaed while the Ittinelana wire uilvamlin on I-emliurg and are now, itccoiillnis to fetroirad reporta, In the anitle he tween the ner Hun and Vlalnla, a trap Into whlih Ituanian troopa had been trying for aome daya to drive them. Their flanks i" iiipported hy the foftreraes of rrniow "'l frteinyal. I'isetiiyal la helna approached hy the , Roaalttn ntniy which titurcil l.em- I'arls, Sept, 15 (2:.1 i. in.) -The 1H mid which wilt now cpclu'" j scalcrn mid central unnlen of the HKHinnl the rlttht wIiik of tieneraia Herman forcea continued their renia liankl unj Von Anfft iihiird. Menu- h-nce today ninth of the river Aiane While the Ituaalan army la free to and north of Uheiina and Chnlonn, inova weal toward Thotn. I'niaaiu, a while the euatern army la retreatliiK town of acimci S7.t?!?! 5nhs-!?nnta tm Thla la tin- aiihHtance of the freiieli the rlht hank of the Vlatula near i official communlcntlnn given out late HiomheiK, and General lieniienkamiif today, The text of the. communication can look for reinforcements for hi; Is as follows: army, which had to fall hack with the j "(in our left wlnir, d'.nluK the day German advance in east I'liinaitt, Itii-alaoa hiiarlor to llncniy. Th" Ittifinlans won their victories In dalle la and Poland riot only hooaime I hey had superior force hut lieoaiise, 8icoidiii to loi'icBpnnilentt, thuir ar- 17jy Aro Ten Tons of Quinine Ucod Every Year? This enormous quantity of Quinine nlone (reprcscntiujr about l-30th of all the Quinine produced in the world) is required for the preparation of Laxative ISromo Quinine, Seven Million (7,000,000) I Joxcs of which arc used every year because of its extraordinary merit. After reading the accompanying label from the box of Al ticHrai fny lor CcSusht Cold.. Cough sod situ thr ttv.n.h comliin.ii. tad Hmlnchc, whuh ttt u.u.Hi inwcistrtt Willi cokln The ecund or third doM will itlic.t thf Cnugti sad itc-silnche snd will mathe bewrti ti siihlu g or 10 liout.. when the tout ill tw rt litvtd. la IrcstiBg eoldi it ia ttty ini.tnini that the bel. thoald mov wrll tvtry dty. This prrpirstioa movt tht bowel, grslly without inpinr. sod srou.c the lom sad all th ..trfiiou, to actioa tnifctiooi - Adult, IwoUblrU tJ awQhitpte sA .hould l taken Itnturd lately titer XTh arrAaWvjrVtoini to t Some per os,. who jGKlicij9yrtj4ft autricli-st ! Isat lufhi tofl, n?u UttK until the Coiijh and Old la relieved the last nail the do.e tor a lew dar, Children lete set old enough to iwellowplllt ihe Utiletcas be broken or cut in hill and given in proportHia to age. To be allowed not thewed For headache, take J tsbleta tveif J or J haau until relieved (Fctatlafhiblaabu:holUtatlvBroinoQuialabo) BrOIUO QllinillC. :.- remember tksra la Only One To Cat Tha CEKUlZr, Call For Tho Fu!l Namo LQzzclivoBrcx20 Quinino CTTJ TKX WOttLD OVOt TO OUttC A COLO IM CE OAT lillery waa superior ! that of the Austtlai. and tin- Get tii.in". i 1'rtritfti.ol hopes that whin General ;t rn.nkampf n hi n-lnfon euicnt ho wt:i t-e l. t ! f' t the Germans, ' Miliinrv nu n arc most anxious to -f how tin- Hnssiaiis compare mii fighting rrin against the perfectly trained Ger mane, I The Hon inn. nn. I Mont- m grins, m cording to linme dispatches after the .aptoie of Vlsli.-rsd. l.nla, liy the Servian, and of Kateha. lioania, tiy the Monti m grin, John d forces and are 'now advancing al'ina- the entire front. All there t r ) "' veterans with loni fighting enperielioo and 'pl'itl-d i ait a good account of themselves h raluiir lit Itnaow lug. Ilrxld-a Invading Gallct.t, II"" H un il.ms fur mw sa'tl lo be operating r teiclwly In I'uaowina, th chief town i f whli h I Cm mow Ith, which they oe. iipn il none wi-i-ka ago. It i thniurhl In l.o tin' Intuition of thr ltuararis to go fir a i possible smith if tlic ( 'in p.itli'.ifi mountain and In cms the null a re successful, to demand a new fii ntH'r In (liHt direction )n n tin- w;it la on f . TUr (t ( mmiii n xim-rnl tiiff Ih CHld I'otlilnH almiit tlii fiahtlng In rrtat rruixlit mrpt tli.it th" Rjaamna wpre i-nmtH'llf d to withdraw Ixfoin auprrlor foniM. Tin- tji-rmnnf. howvir, claim iinothi-i' grrt vkrtory for (li-nrral llln itrnl.nrs army In tlir tlhtln whli h rur-ii for four d.ija oir tin' entire front. Thoy my that th Ituaaliina loat h'8ily, npiThilly In tho Imtllci of l.yi k, tilno inil. a north of the Ittmcliin frontier, whllo tlif iliiiinuu loaaoa wi-re lot oiiMldoriihl", Mtli iiili-liliitf In Vfilia. The m atti-n d I'.iltlnh And tlrrnuin torn-a thri'iiKhoiit Afina have la-en Inn Inn ck ii oil-In m lnriM'r their froiitlera moot and the Kouth Afiliun tnouiit.'d rlfl-H. a pel inanent folee. many of whieh foualil iiKilnat the I till foli in the Hoiith Afrliini war, lire j reported to have Juat won a vlrtmy lover tho Cf-ruiHtia whom they nr- aald to have e i- I it from Itiimnni'ili ift y I ma may oe ino lon ruiiner 01 wnai . i . . , ...l. iiijiv fieveniii itiiii a fiorinim i.aiue I n. ;'! mariN haye a atrmiK for1! e hi (ler- man aontliwciit Africa and nlninly have Ihleatened tile liiird'la of the I'nion of Hoi-th Africa. Th' reforii, hefore limit the (iermani .who a in t'o 1 1 l.e.l with the I'.oera In Ithelr war with Ureal I'.rlt.ilii, may lie oppoaed hy the aame lioera who are now flahtlnit for (ireat liiUaln. (criiian t rulcr Het-teoyeil. from Iterlln cornea Ihe reiiort that ; I ha Herman cruiser Mela haa heen aunk l-y a aulimarine Imat. The ad imiralty here had tin confirmation of thin and there In aa iiunh myah ry ul.init the (tiao aa aurioiindcil the jinking of the IlrlllHh erulaer Tatn-;fli-d-r ly a (termtin aul.inarlne. If I the iipnM nil ii lit prove correct, It ! would aeeui Unit (he aiiliniariiiex of Ihoth eoiinli'iea ate rtinklii)i amne dar I UK rulda. ;.HMAXH I I. AIM f .(V iitnn: hum; i in t.nr I iiinlnii, Sept. m .!::!! a. in.) A dlHpatch to tin- lleuter Telegram company from Iterlln, eomlnn la.' way of Alilaterdani, glvia the following rtiitemelit of the tiennail headiiunr- li ra ataff, timed 9 p. in. Ttienday tevrtilmi: 'The tattle which him heen con tinuing for the In at .:iys on Ihe ItiKlil wIiik of our wealern army ex- tend today to the euatern arinlea In the iieihliorhiiod of Verdun. ' I'nlil now the liei'iiintia have heen partly auoceaafiil hi aome imrta of the mleluled liattleficld. A general l ut ile la at III iM.iitliiiuiiK' "In the eualcin war thi-iiter the army of (ierieni1. Illndetil.nig la now IcfonuiiiK, after the cdlicliiaiiill of liiii purmiit, Itmiiora that upper Hilacla la aliout to he threiitcrieil art- un founded." i;int s kimimi; ltllsTA !; IS I HAM I) of Veetetiliuv, the German offered resistance on tho north aide of the river Alstie tilonn a hue marked hy the forest of l.'Atmle "find Graoliue ttwelve miles southeast of Uinn.) thi our tenter the German lino uaxanvc iromo Quinine, telling what it does and how it does it, you can understand why this remedy is used so effectively by so many millions of people. Whenever you feel a cold com ing on think of the name Laxative Krlif vet X.oA tor thtm mm tbm Prlcm 2tt. of renlKt.itlie Kai Incilled Jealerday to the north of I'.helma and of Cha-l-itia. Jn order to reach Vlerine, a city In th weatern aection of the Arttonne rrKlnn, the forcea of the enemy which er In the aouthern putt of Ar Konne haalened their nioveiiieiit of tetral. In paaeliiK leleen the Ar .nn reuioii and the rlor Meue. their (ront yeateriluy nt the end of lh day extended from Vnrennea to 'oiiMiiVole. "On our rlfht win the tiermaiia were doiil.lliiK Lack to llinln (In Kiiiue), and on Met.. I'eline und Chateau H.i 1 1 11 (all In l-oriine.) "In the Voagea and In Alaaee the altuiitlon prour eaaed. 'In Helidum tha Itelulan army l I'ontlPulnrj to operate around Ant riit. i-niialiiK act lima l.-aaea to the enemy," U'hTIMW ItHtT HTIiOVf.l.V 111 I I.M)I l. Ill ItlllT SS Home, Fcpt. la (via I'aria, l:Tt p. in.) The MeaMiifeni -.!) a It luia re i eiverl -liitiiriiiatiiMi from u relinlde roiirce that Tola, tile ureal naval port of Aiiatrlii on the Lay of forty lelo Ilini. la provided with mortar almilar t-i thoee iiaed hy the Hermann in Be'Kiuni and many modern enn lion. It la alao defended hv tnlnea electrl. ally wired and apreud over a ido radlua. The defendeia of the port are aald to tnimher llrt.HUO. ti;HM Alttll.I ;it V NOT :I .M T( THAT i I AI.MI.H Inoilull, S-il. Id Ci:l5 . Ill) A corrcKpoiidciit f the lially Teleur:iih who nltnot.Hod the tmltle of .Solafotia Sunday, a nda 'he followiiiK iiccount of It: The IJelinana aiei lipied the helahta all aloiiK the vulley i.f the Anon-. whence they were ahelliiiK the city with hlK alee howitzer aliella. Thine ftiitwr ahellN make lartfe hoe, Iml their radlua of dovaHlatioii ia only a limit twenty yanla. Their penetrat- n,.a ..F 1m tlii.tr i Itt.-f I'liltin Knme ' "! Krcmh aoldlera have heen killed liy eoneiiaalon of the htiilii from the ef fect of theae ahella, hill the niuiilier killed haa heen amiill. "AII-iRether tho tiernian nrtlllerj aecmed Inferior to that of the frttuh nnd f.tmllah." IHrTII AKMII.S TAKI(. A mk ii m;i:ii:i iu:st trillion, Ked. IA 3:11.1 in.) I toi h armiea are now taklns lirenlh," iaaya the I'ally Mail'a Uordeiiux corre- apnndenl. "If the (iermana lire ahla to take a alron poaltlon north of the liver A lane, another hattle la likely ttt the end of the week. "ICvldeneea of their defeat accumu late. Muaactt of every kind of mute rial (ire lielnn nhandoned hy the i.'ermiina. polutln to tho continuance of Ihi-lr retirement. The ftench ate hrlnKliiK up relnforceamenta In larne liumlirra." TeleurajihiriK from Paila Hnolhcr eorreapondent aaya: j "The aliiea" left, which la now atron and well aiipiioi ted, reals near Amletia with the Hritiah forcea forni inir the main hody of the left wltiaT with heitihiuiirtera at Koiaanna. Tho alia I ii of the next Iwo daya' fiKhtln will rent with thla left winK d the center which will have Ihe tank of puahliht It way after the enemy In the difficult AlKonne country." Democratic Candidate fori Governor Ccts Over Ten t Tl a ..1 M.t., rtt Tir-irt I iiuuckUIU iviuiu vuiya 1 nan Were Cast for Wilson, , inn vonNiN4 jousn.l aeeciAi. liai-ib wiaat j Poitland. Me.. Sept. 1 5. I'tmf flclal returns for uo oriior from yestcr lila.Vic slate election cnvcliiiK all lull a few nunll towns, Blve tinkley ('. t'urlln, di moi ratio mayor of this city. a lead of 3, Sim over Governor William t T. Halites, Ills iciiihlcun opponent. Tho slaiullnit was 6S.497 for Unities: til. Mi for nulls, and 1 7.HH0 for Hul liei t P. Gnrdiier, the proKrowlve can dltlate. t'inii.'te unofficial returns for the ntalc IcKislaturo show that the re puhlicaiiH will have n ina.loiitv of time In the senate and Ihe deinoclats h titiijoi lly of five In the lower hiaiii h ii in I l mi juliit hullot Ai cii itlnn to those returns, the sen ate ttlll consist of IT rcpuhlieaiiH and 14 tlciiiot i.it.s and the house 67 re publicans, TS tleniocrats, B proitres slves anil one tloiiioci-Htlc-iiionrefHlve. CROWN PRINCE'S ARMY IN CRITICAL POSITION (t MOHHINa JCKl.Nal BCtl. C.tr -flZ. Uiniloii, Scpi. Ill S:l(t a. in.) Keu ti s' l'niis i hi resiiomlent says: "The relief nf Furl Troyon Is likely to have an Important bearing on the fate of the German army. The tier-i-'Mtia were investing Fort Troyon and Ihe neighboring forts between Tout and Veiuun with the object of opening way of retreat on the left. Failure of this plan means that the French are musters of the valley from Tool to Verdun. Therefore the armies of the Clown I'tineo Frederick Wil li; m and the lHike of Wiierttenilnirg will bo unable to ci'vns the Mouse and will have to go farther north and at tempt to pass by the Stenay Rap." Coal l and l.enao pill. Washington, Sept. la. The coul land and coal deposit portions of the Ferris general lousing bill to ope n up the-mineral resources of public lands, tttre adopted by the holme today and th bill piobably will le passed this week. The coal provisions would al low leasing through competitive bids f tracts of B acres each, or nvultt i'lcs, with a uiiuiiuum of nvrts II VICTORY . GROWS BIGGER WITH RETURNS 1 1 TUB- CAiU IfJ A CLOUDBUHST llll 27 PERSONS are nmm Passenger Train jRuits Into Wall of Water and Two Coaches Are Hurled From Track Into Torrent, MANY PERISH WHILE THEY ARE SLEEPING Heroic Nurse Climbs to Safety and Rescues Five Others Who Were Imprisoned in Wreckage, a MnaHma journal araclAi. t.,a im H. I-oiils, rept. I .'. Tw enty-eVen pernima were iliowinil early toilay when St. I i. uln ft Han Fniiu-la-o weal bound paaaeiiKer train No. f, t. I.oina to Texan, pluiiKnl Into h cloud liiirat Iwo in ilea w i at ,f I,eliation, Mo., 0 ml w paaaeiiKer coachea top pled Into a deep Kiilly awollen with water. fifteen of the diad have heen Identified. KlKhtcen peraona were In jured, ten of them acrlmialy. Ninety- tilno pomona. Including the crew, were on the train. I'littiKi-H Into t loinlhiiit. Tho incident occurred at a curve whh h marked the edne of a ravine characterlatlc of the Oxnrk hill roun try, for aeveral hoiira the train had icen KoIiik carefully, aa the engineer feared the heavy ralna had weakened the track. Juat aa the cnKine hit tho eurve two miles from 1ohannn, lti-i lilnei r ll'l'.iii n aaw n clotulhurat ! aecmliiKly a wall of water, ahead of j him. ThniiiUi the train waa K-)init only) fifteen tnllea an hour, he eloaed the throttle, hut lufore the train could! he l.ru'lKht to a atop It had plunucd i Into the wall of water. Two Coai-liea Toiao Over. i The twelve-foot etuhankment on which Ihe track cronsed the ravine wna awept away, apparently hy the rush of water, nnd fin the track aauKod, the chair car and amoker toppled over Into the ravine. Tho en- (fine and mall ynd haKifaito enra had oaaed the deepeat part of the ra vine, and though they were pulled from the rnlla nnd toppled over, they did not fall Into the water. The fireman waa killed, however, apparently havlriK heen crushed. The eiiKlneer escaped. None of the mail clerks or express messengers wub I hurt. The four sleoiiiiiMT ears remain ed on the track. Many froutMil as They Mcit. Many of the victims were drowned apparently while they slept, others cliimhoreil 1 1i iciiiKh the windows of the stihmerKod curs and swam to safety, A nurse, Mlaa Nona Cainp hell, of St. Louis, climbed to the tip- iui urn nun- "I ine ciicin ecu Mini ir" ciieci live lmprtminoti pannenKers ny pulllnir them throuKh the windows. Truffle was tied up Until late this! afternoon, and tho first train from the west to pass the scene alter the, disaster did not roach St. I.ouIh mil 11 tonlMht. AmoiiK those Injured In the wreck waa J, C. Slamm, Dallas, Tex., lit p bruised. Those Who Wert- Killed. Identified dead: 1IK.NIIY WIAGONEI!. Ilarrlwin Ark. W. A. t'HII.DKKS, Clover, Mo. MliS. Jull.N MY KKHT Thayer, Mo. J. II. .STIH'KHTII-U KprliiMllelil. Mo., tlronmn. , Vi:itNiiM f'AI.VIN, liumley, Ark GHnltGK f.'tlXKT, Green Forest, A ik. R W. NKWKIHK. Ilannihal, Mo. V. NKAU Kctehlim, ( klii. MltH. I.JIil.AUKTII lil'KTlCTTKIt, A II lance, LK.NA DAISY (i. MKT KHS, Thayer, Mo. l'I'.'ltUV, Address unknown. t'AIA'IN, lttimlcy. Ark. NAVI.Oll, Kprlngtlehl, Mo. invito w. w. AI'Gt'ST WKTTNKlt, St. Louis, Mo. MliS. GKoTitlK rtltoWN, Hush, Ark. Vnldcnliflod ,denil: Poy. H years old. Woman, aged 27 years; opal ring. Man. fill years old; t'lasp pin. Ini tials "K. F. W." Man, S3 years old initials "il. 10. Y." "i:. i. v." Woman, 45 years necklace; gold pin ring. plain band ring, l-aumliy mark old: and black plain bend band Wuiiiiin, lined burn lialr. glasses. to no '.a years, ttu lower teeth, three teeth it hove protrude. ui i.cur. blue ael rings, gold plated- bar uln; wore slippers and white stockings. Woman, wore bracelet, half-moon pin crescent, pink set ring, coral ca meo, pearl necklace. Woman, 25 to years old; wore ring engraved "R. V, to T. K., April 8, IS I:'," Woman, aged 25, blonde, weight 135 pounds, Boy, years old, blues pants, red striped shirt, ring bearing Initial "P." Baby, found two miles from the reck, where It had been curried by water. Two More- Gtsmuin Mas. Hordeam. Sept. 15 (7;43 p. m.) Two more German flags, those of the Thirty-sixth and .Vlnety-fotirth Prus sian infantry, presented to President Pi-iniare, have been placed beside the standards of the Sixty-eighth and Seventy-second German infantry in the grand drawing room of the presi dent's Harden ux residence. Itenl estate problems purchases, sales or trade ara easilv solved by Journal want sds, Head them; Use them. Dej u today, SEVERE DEFEAT DP Muscovite Troops Said to Have Suffered llerrvy Loss es in tast rrussia and Gaiician Country; ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND PRISONERS CAPTURED Servians and Montenegrins Claim to Have Routed Forces of Emperor Francis Joseph in Bosnia. t.i:ini nm in i r.Ti:i. SATis im ssiw III four l.oiuhai, Se pt. 1(1 Cl:.'-."i a. The Moiulni; 1'ont'a fctro m.) ;rad I'orreaponclctit aaya: "The flint Herman army, which had heen stiffened hy aev eral diviKiona, has virtually ceitaed to exist. The Ccrmana are retieatinir like a pnnic-atrlckcn tuoh. The Iluaaiana have croaaod the lower reaches of the river San without oppoaitlon. "With the Kuanlana already aolith of the San river the aiKr nificaiic e nf I'rzi niyal and the t other KirniiKholila of the diatrlct t haa heen heavily diacounled. Theae fortreaacg were intended to 4 cover Ihe great trlam;le hotween the Vlatula and San livers and tho farpathian mountaina. They have, proved uaiieaa for that pur- pose and the ciuestion now la whether the beaten and demur- alizod armiea can even reach safety at Cracow. "(it her refuKe there Is none. The situation looks it I moat as bud for the euatern aa for the weat- ern armies of the Ciormimic. al- Ilea." f 4, H H i fOV MOSNINO JOUMNAk aPCRIAL tBASCO WISH Home, (via I'arls, Kept. 1 7:21 p. m.) An Austrian official communica tion received hero today Klves denial to reports of Husslan victories over the Austrians and assorts that about lnn.flOO Hussian prisoners nilfl nearly 500 cannon have been captured by the Austrian. Itl SSIAXS I)i;.Y TIIKY ii.w r, Ki rn;m;i m:i :.it Tarls, Kept. 15 (7:03 p m.) The Ktinainn onioini stulemnnt issued ut retrngnid, according to the I lavas Agency, says: "Nj fighting occurred in east Prus sia today, our troops extricated them- iselVt'8 from diffieult posilion and are now awaiting further movements. The preliminary engagements havu cost the Germans dearly. They threat ened to turn tho llussian wings, but the covering troops drove them off." CLAIMS lirssiAN A I (MY is HAui.Y ii:fkati;i lic-liin, Sept. ID (by Wireless to New York, via Sayville, L. I.) It was offi cially announced In llerlln today that Pa run Von Ilindenherg has tele graphed Kmperor William that the Hussian army of Vilna. composed of the second, third, fourth ami twenti eth army corps, two reserve divisions and five elisions of cavalry has been completely defeated by the Germans. The Hussion casualties were heavy. The number of Russian prisoners is increasing. General Von llindenlierg goes cm, ami the destruction of tho Russian army continues. There have been speills of war In enormous epian tilies. The Russian army of Grondo has bee-n defeated at Lyek. It comprised, in addition to the twenty-second corps, the remnant of the sixth corps and a part of the third Siberian army corps. The German headquarters an nounced at midnight last night that tho heavy fighting in France was still undecisive. The French assault, It was said, had been repulsed. Prince Juachlm, the youngest son of F.mperor William, who was wounded In battle, is reported to be doing well. A dispatch received here from Con stantinople says that certain iirltlsh naval instructors in Turkey, accused of having committed depredations, have boon prevented from doing fur ther harm, it is further declared In this message that the wireless appar atus has been removed from the Prit isli embassy in Constantinople. Al'SITU s SAIli TO i!IO im;pi!I;sm;i hy mows Vie nna, Kept. 14 (10 a. m via Paris, Sept, is, 11 a. in.) The news of Rus sia's increasingly vigorous occupation of eastern Gitllcla !s exercising a de pressing Influence in Austro-Hunga-rlan official circles and among the more Intelligent classes of the mon archy, but up to the present timej the mass or the people seem orcein lously willing to accept aa satisfactory the meager official bulletins given out by the authorities. Tiny welcome ea gerly any report which seems half way encouraging. That anxiety is felt In higher circles, however, is manifested ,y t),e jon4 conferences the ministers of the dual inonan hy are holding' constantly at Schoenbrunn with Kmperor Francis Joseph. The newspapers of Vienna maintain an extraordinary reserve concerning the progress of the campaigns In Ga liciu and 011 tin? Servian frontier. The only journal offering any comment on RUSSIANS IS CLAIM IDE BY. AUSTRO-GERiliS 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 FREE! FREE! FREE! 'llltl!M)V. I KIIIY M KATIHUAY iiii:m; iiivdsomi; ni: I'KKMIll.XT .' Ueiil"ia?tgW -vt - r.if hi1 :kl : ,., Jit BUTT'S, Inc. "Till: IIKXAI.I- 'hone fi." oooooooocoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo tho l.coihcrg sflimtion was, the Neuc 4-Frelc I'lirve, which said: "v run say nothing inure than that the run nil ninthly of the Austrian and Himtarian troops must eventu ally prove victorious." A leleisrain received in Vienna from Pildapcnt iiintes the iluniiar(un minis ter of national defense ns say-Inn: "We lUaml well. Our position everywhere ia good; more than this I cannot say." The frciiicnt optimistic public ut teianios of Count Htophan Tlsza, the HtiiiKailaii premier, latterly hav reaaed and the official bulletins given out In Ittidapeat are silent refiurdiiiK the camiuilcn aRainat Scrviu. ill ssi is ritot;ii-'.ssi; towaicif avstkiam ruizi: retroxrad, Sept. 1 5 (via Umdon, D:48 p. in.) Tim general staff Issued un ii ii n i ii in null I aa follows: "Ituasian troops are iroKrcssinB ulonn the lower stretch of the San river without meeting resistance from the defeated enemy, who continue to retreat. "After havinc occupied Grodck, six teen miles west of Ix'tnliorB, and reached Mnsciskn, thirty-seven miles south by west of LemborR, the Kua siana find themselves within a ainglc days' march of Przemysl. There was no fighting on Monday In eastern I'russia. "Kmperor Nic holas has conferred the decoration of the Order of Kt George on Lieutenant General ltadko lnmitrlef the field." for his eminent services in IJAI.KAX 111001; CLAIM TO iiavi: i)i:u;.Ti:n ai sthians Ilnitif, (via Taris, Sept. IS, 9:20 p. m.) A dispatch received here from San Giovanni, Albania, says the Mon- 'trnegrln tl'oops haVe joined the ,-er- Vians and, fighting under Servian gen- erals, headed by General VuKotlch U .me .cpuiM-u LiBnumi, ui. ...b ine llosnian frontier, "There was fighting Saturday, Sun day and Monday," the dispatch con (tlnuos, "and the Servians are now pur- suing tho enemy. The Austrian cas ualties amount to 4,000. Seven hun dred men were taken prisoners and anothot GOO men of Slav nationality deserted the Austrians and Joined the Servians." , MKXICO CITY i:TIII-SKS OVIOP. IMlKSIIH.Xrs OIlDIOIt Mexico City, Se pt. 15. 'Iho news that the American troops had been ordered to leave Vera Cruz, spread rapidly throughout the capital to night. Tho crowds were wildly en thirsiastic and General Carrauza, head of the rotiHtlliitionalists, was Inundated with congratulatory tele grams. One of the high government officials in expressing himself nn the older to General Fnnstoti said; "From any standpoint this is the greatest independence day .Mexico has ever soon. After years of depression. democracy is dawning with the as sured irieiieismp oi ine greatest re public." ; MAYOR REFUSED TO PAY MONEY DEMANDED 1BV MOHNINO JOURNAL SFtCiAL LVAtO WIHFI . London, Sept. Ill (5:(l," a. m.) The Timi-s' correspondent In Coluinmieis. department of i-'elne-i-t-Maine, France, says that the mayor and prosecutor of that tc wn refused absolutely to pay $ft,000 demanded hy the Germans as a war levy. They were taken outside the town to be shot, the prosecutor told the correspondent, and the Ger mans played Chopin's funeral march as a last threat to Induce them to pay, but tho English saved uiotr lives as a re treat was ordered licfulo the threatened execution could be carried out. CONFUSING MOVEMENT OF GERMAN FORCES IMV MONNINO JOUSNAL ai-fCIAI. LASIO Ki I41111I011, Sept. Ill (I a, in.) X. plaining the recent confusing move ments of the German forces in Itol- "'" l"K i-"poiiuent ot tnc t Ull-n sa.B lit" iv.li un mill in auuiUdtl to th German force moving to the south, whose advance was checked by the Belgian attack and which was compelled to turn north again, there was a second Germany army corps moving south in the track of the other (corps. This second corps came from " r ln,re" nml wa I'aw mg through Brussels night and Friday. all Thursday rildn'l Meet Any Sick Ones. Stella Isn't it awful to think of the number of tuberculous cattle? Bella 1 don't believe it. 1 never met one that was too sick to chase lac. Juilo vtir C'A ;kt iixi; ni' rHiu;i:s tir wii.sgn nti:r. Kach is especially well nuide In a ploasiiTif hronze cfTcct, framed in mission, all ready for hansjniK In your den tr room. The subject off erect la an execptlonully fine liKt news of PRESIDENT WILSON the head belli embossed In at tractively finished liiotiil. Here is i) den picture that would cost you 50 cc:i!a of more. In any alt or department store. TIU HSOAY, I HIIiXY AMI SAT. I ItllAY on can Ki t one l ltl i: with each 50-eent box of 'HtH'. GI.ATi: MKIJ.-0-t'ICKAMS a tempting selection of pure und clfliciouH confections ut KUIG stoki;- 119 West Central o Well Informed Circles Fail to Take Optimistic View of Situation in European War .Zoiic, (ST MOKNINO JOU.MAL aSttCIAL LCAHO WIHlf New York, -Sept. 1.".. Kumors of Peace ncgotlationa wero revived in tho financial district today, tircsunia bly iib ti result of the further reported successes of the allies. They were scouted in Influential circles, where the belhf prevailed that none of tho content-ling forc es would consider such proposals pending a decisive battle. The exchange market, which was more diversified In Its operations than at any time since the European out break, continued to show Improve ment, ltatea on Iondon hardened a ! ,riflt 1111,1 a few reic hsmarks bills on Germany were offered via, Copenha gen. Some business was done 'u francs for I'uria and nn Inquiry for Spanish pe.se tus offered additional evidence of the market's increasing strength. Tentative applications for louna or short term notes Issued by various municipalities whoso obligations ure about to mature, were received by bankers. It la elcoectoil Unit nunn- Millea ,,,, (,tiP!( n M,,d of fun(8 vvj, s(lnn com ,nto ,hj8 nmrk(.t for eitncr ,)f ,nt.M(; f(innH of ucct)mmoUutionH. The cull of the. i-iuiiiuuuiic:i ijl t.:.ll... tiV currency for a statement of the con- dition of the national banks as of Sep tember 12 is of more than ordinary in tc rest, because It w ill show the exact standing- of many institutions which have not published detailed state ments since the first week In August. Passing of the Republic Iron and Steel company's preferred dividend for the current quarter because of the financial situation growing out of tin war, culled renewed attention, to the general state of that Industry and tlu dividend success of other companies engaged In tho Bumf line of manufac ture. An echo of the Mexican situation was heard in the confirmation of Un report that Iho government now In power had taken over tho manage ment and operation of Ihe National Railways, regardless of the wishes of tho bondholders. Around the World When tiie U. ship Fleet sailed world, it carried S. - Battle round the Grape-Nuts ' FOOD "There's a Reason" Cyimpact sweet and nourishment brain. form crisp, in full of true for ImxIv .and iTcir iY Unrobe has sent American food prices soar ing:, but there's no advance in price of Grape-Nuts Sold bv Grocers -everywhere PEACE RUMORS , AREREVIVED IN NEW-YORK GUY o o o o o o o o o 0 0 O O O O O 0 O O 0 O 0 O 0 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 0 0 o o o