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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING .JOURNAL.
"aLBUOUEROUE, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 191 !, Illf tif Carrier or MH Month, hlnelo t'oplcn. bo. ;,HTV.KIXT1I YEAR proRmTiinMiiiPC bLniVmninuinniuL ON WSi IS ASTOUNDING 10 RUSSIAN FORCE m, lmi"iw6v . Had by Czar's Army Until ... !... Lansing, tin. ambassador) ... r. . i iitlinitt'-il thai the problem confront-; Kaiser Had rive 'Aimy.nm n. Ain i.-.m official who m.- i pUu'c fllifC tesclit tilt Interests of tinal Hrjl tin UOIPS ai Oliy O UdlLSi , ,;..,,.. nv. is a difficult one a il Ik' , I TACTICAL BLUNDER CAUSED IT TO FAIL Teutonic Attack, Planned on Nidit of Arrival, Was Not ' Made for Some Reason Not. of u,,- r mi re.ne i.r.i t..- , (lnv icceitcd notice from Washing- Explaifiedi ' ;ton lu pay thr Hist Installment or one- sixth of t heir total siihsci Iptinn for 1 federal liank stock. This payment ,Y WUNIN JOUNAU ai-ic.AL ltIO rlt pcliogruii. "'l. - -via London,. . - j, I,, , Reliable iiifm inatioii re-; ,i., Inn- from Warsaw vsivintt a ,pn,.nl hintory of the altniipli'd (I.rinan .ohaii.c ill Itllfsian l'oland, (ins thai Hii' liin-xiiin ncneralt r- ali i.iul' ly al a lio-x to explain what they .all a r.iiinaii error in ilelayinit a niiilil atia.-k until the opportunity was lost. A I Ihe Katne timo, however, the Ka-i-iau Kitinal.s, who are always flank in adiniltinn the m hievemi ntx ( die enemy. expiehM admiration of Ceiieral Von .loiKann lihlniiiK ad vance of five liiiiiiin army rnrps over the diffii nil Mvampy r. Kion Hp-' prna. liinjf W'alxaw from the foulh uest. The appearanre of the Cel'- mans in ihi.s i,iiart. r wan moi-t nnex- pieli'd hinre the (ierinan lailw-uy H.Mttcnm and the loiistrinted platforms far i. ointed to the pro! ia hilii y network of previously heavy inns of a (Jer- man advam e from Ihe northwest or west or from aii.vwhere except the southwest. 'Ihe Hermann made a grave error.: it is asserted, ill not pnisiiiiiK the aI- ,i ntiiK derived from their unexpect ed advance whn li would have enabled Ihein to approaeh within einht miles of Warsaw without their presence he ins known. For unknown reasons tne (iermans .maidenly decided to delay til, atta. k until morning which allowed the Hi lieiian and other reinforcements to protect Hie elty adeipiately. l'apers i found in possession of Herman olfl icrs indicate that the general pkall; w;is to attack Warsaw that iiinht. line explanation for Ihe change in the plan is that the Hermans failed to oh Uiili tlie asslslanee of the Polish ele ment upon which they had counted. Tlie Hussiaii generals also admire the Hermann' abrupt extrication when tiny found themselves outflanked, I heir ri'ti oiit being; so complete and preeipititte that Ihe Russians were ii n.i lilt' In overtake and engage tho nar guard in action for several miles. The whole affair, Including the Whirl wind advance and retreat at present is a puzzle to the Russians, The Inhabitant! of Warsaw say thai the dropping of Herman bombs, which never were very damaging, now him if used and reassured by the presence of Russian reinforcements and Ihe preparations being made to engage. Ihe enemy, the life of the city ha be come almost normal. SEVERE EARTHQUAKES IN NORTHERN ITALY Y MORNING JOURNAL tPKCIAU LfAtED Wlftll Rome, i ict. 2 . . Kartlinua ke shocks In northern Italy have been very ex tenili.il during the last twenty-four hours. Si'ismlc disturbances of more or less severity have been felt In Tu rin, Henna, h'iorence, Leghorn, Pisa, laice.i, Rulogna and Venice, in addi tion to many of the smaller towns. HEATH Kit KOKECAST. Washington, et. Sow .Mex ico: Fair Wednesday and Thurs day, warmer southeast Wednes day. If You Believe in Wood Cast Your If yon Ixlicte in the policies thai Ids HilniiiiNtiiition has been faith Hun U In von hi casting nmr I'cigiissoii for consi'essniHii. It v.... hiiii-iivc of the mini nor died the Mexican silmilion, pi c serving' peace anil prosci ity I niteil States while a different hi. .mliest mil- in nil ihe hist, in I'crgiisson. H yon think that the new hankliu system l a step in the rigid direction, and that it Mill minimize the ilHiiger of panic anil disasters in the hit are. vote for lliuvey . I'critusson. H yon think that Wilson has heen a Stood president and lias stood for t lull is rigblisnis lo p nhlic life, cast your vole for I'cr Itiisson. Wilson needs I'cisnsson in congress. a teleeiHin lo the New Mexico congressman lie says: "It ii a real pleasure to sMHk for those who have stood hy the canst of practicHl way their sii)ort of laii.li Mr I ..iow-,.ii u one of more than justice to him lhal his the house, where with lengthened coiiniry the benefit of his quality month lo mouth," If you liellcte in Wilson, vote 'GERMANS POSING AS BRITISH SUBJECTS V MUtMINt JOUKNAk BStClAI. LIAIlO WISI I Washington. Oct. 27. . n ! in i 11 1 'that iiuiriy Herman posing a Prltlh (subject lire getting pasport toil of I Ct'i in.'iiiy for England from Amori- Ican lil alii- and consular agents Iwun 1 1 IimI lit the lii If department to. : lit V by Sir Cecil Spring-Rice, the 1 Fill ish ambassador. I ti ft ti it i it n has reached the em- 1 hnssy that n large number of aliens I liavi- crossed llif channel with pass I porta obtained by misrepresentation jutul the lirltisli officials, ever cm the 'Watch for spies, hate hail Ihelr huh- l submitting the matter to A, ling i hard for thfin to go behind the state ment of h man speaking Knnliwhth.il .-nt.!. subject GOVERNMENT CALLS FOR STOCK PAYMENTS i V MOKNIN9 JQUBNAL I'tOltt. HAltl) WlMl V..- V.irl; I lit -7 I. oinl 111 t' I It - i will approximate $.'!..,ii",e'ui nn, mui"t be made in gold c crtif i at'-it The ! local banks art- directed to pay those; ul.scriptlolis to the federal reserve! bank ot this t-ity. hut inasmuch a i lhat hank Ih slill without pel inancnt j headquarters Ihrw sub si riptiunK j pro l.aldy will he deferred tor u ton- (ia . I BI STEEL T Conditions Generally Show;. Steady Improvement in Bus-j ; iness World; Demand fori; Good Bonds. IB MONINO JOURNAL IHClAL IU1IO WIKIl New York, "cl. -7. Kednciion ofj the quarterly dividend mi the common i Stock of ,he I'nilcd States Steels fill- ! l.m iilii.it from I 1-1 lo -Z of 1 per1 cent was the nrnst intcreslinir event of , ,,,, ,,,, v Accepting the investment situation iis a criterion, conditions continue ;J to show steady improvement. Kxten- ; sive dealings: in ciiy aim siaie issues were announced, the 1 I-- per cent; bonds of two .Massachusetts cities sell-i ing well above par. one prominent' banking house reported all oilier for. I.IOn, mill worth of high class bonds which was not entirely filled al the j end of the day by the small floating, supply. It was noteworthy, however,; that the inuuitv was only fur bonds, DEEP CUT MADE S IN ITSJmDEND of first grade, denoting extreme can-; k novvn to be dead and l..le this af tion of Inventors. Ilernoon ttt enty-eiglit bodies had ben Additional heavy exports of various , ,v,.,.el commodities and merchandise lor mo, account of important Herman inter-; , , . i i., r.,.ii. I I'SIS W.'IC mull in .,..'' ...n""" , lion. In fact shipments from thiivtrom J'.ovalloii. port lo countries at ware are mount-j The lire followed a gas explosion ing to figures where they must Kodll , that occui red lite minutes before the efface American oliligal ions abroad, j miners were to begin work. About Today's exports of cotton alone werejiifty men had not untcied the shaft more than double those of any day Put the olhers had gone dow n and since Ihe outbreak of hostilities. Hop-j begun to scatter to the various work per was also being taken in lars ; ings. Uiiuntities, but without any appiecia - hie effect on the low price so long quoted by producers. Deciding progress was made ill the preliminaries connected with the cot - ! Rescue parties quickly Wire organiz ton pool and a cull on local members ! ,,,, )(J1 n,., summoned from of the federal reserve for payment f i hurrounding towns. Has In the mine, their first installment for Sim k "f that i i, .,...,,,. urevi nl ed Ihe n sellers bank indicated the determination of the board lo have the system in op eration by ihe mi.ldleof November." The disruption to trade in south because of the cotton situation was re flected in the September earnings of the Southern railway, whhh showed a. net loss of J 1X4.00(1. Another large gain the gold hold ings of tlie Imperial Hank of Herman' furnished the most significant item of foreign news. Monetary conditions in London were on a firmer basis. row Wilson Vote for 11. li. Fergusson or WhiiIi'ow Wilson ir yon think a success yon can best show the ole next '1 uewliiv for IliU'tey it. III which President Wilson Imn in tin policy plunged KiiroM' of Ihe world, vote for Into the Harvey II. Ihe Miple anil manifcsied in a jnt progrcssitc legislation, thest. Il Holibl seem to me very iiin - litiients slionlil ii'tnrif him 10 mtvIc lie will he able s;iv lie more anil more effcciitcly from for I'ernussiiii. MINE HQHRQR III ANOTHER REVOLT ILLINOIS SHOWS ACAINST BRITAIN DEATH LIST OF iRoyalton Disaster Due to Ex plosion Takes Heavy Toll of Human Life According to Official Figures. MORE THAN 300 ARE CAUGHT IN INFERNO Eaily Estimates of Casualties Reduced by Return of Men Who Escaped and Assisted in Rescue Work, . 4 lioyaltim. III.. 'il. -T. A total of sixty-one dead is show n on the e.isiialtv list Iss'leil late tonight hy officials ..f the KlankUn foal V I'oke I'o, at whose mine here ".(10 men were eiitomheil this morning. The heavy defliase In the number of dead estimated earlier In the day was accounted for by the rcKlstr.tti' n tonight of scores ol miners who had escaped dur Jn the da., but who w. re too busy assistuu in the rescue wm k in answer to the roll call of res cued. Twenty minutes before the explosion, 3Pi iii.ii went into I lie mine, only the 1.. sit I IKe full of the day force remaining on the s'lrlace. Tonight twenty four bodi. H had been ! overeil and thirty-seven, men were tuins lllg. linns conceded by ollicinls of the mine that the thirty-seven still were entombed and would never I.e brotiglr out alive. Kcsciie crews from lieiiton and Springlield, III., and from Kvansvillc, lnd., were rushed lo the scene and Ihiir erews, to gether with the entire population of lb.yaltoii about I ,(UHi- f pent the entire day and the greater purt of Ihe night reselling the riving, alteinpiing lo extinguish the lire which followed the ex plosion ami caiin'r for the in- Jiiied and for the hv stoical rel- atives of IIih dead and entombed. Y MOHNINO JOURNAL StCIAL LtAttD WlRIi Royiilion, III., net. -J7.- one bun dled and live men who were trapped on the lower levci of a burning mine t:ear here today, were believed to night to be beyond hope i f rescue. Thirty to forty others of Ihe ;!S who entered the mill" this moining were ,,,, ,,,, ( . on I A; ( oke ( o., and to Ihe Franklin is located a mile ; S(l,im (,f the explosion heard 111 Royalton and every 1 person in the town, except tin ; .,Mone operator, hurried lo the was adult tele mint. I rum penetrating moi l fi et into the workings unable to reach the (nipped on a lower b than I, .".HO and they were Jlla MO-ll en el, which was in llanies. i int hundred and fifty min- ern, however, tvere taken fioin the inine unharmed, hut more Hum eigh ty of these had been overcome by 'mm. Two died at the surface. A mine rescue car from P.enloii, Jill., arrived imurly four hours afier ! lh explosion w ith a supply of oxy 1 gen helmets. The work of rescue then ' vvn pushed with vigor ami soon twenty-eight bodies luid been recov ered. Companies were organized to baf fle with the flames in tin lower level, but experts feHI'ed it Would he 'impossible to siihdi.H the lire unless : the hurtling sections were sealed. It was announced this would not In done until all hope of saving the entrapped men was abaiidono.l. ' I-atft tonight confusion reigned about the mine alike among rescu ers, rescued and rein Uvea of the dead and entombed. The exact number of uien still in the mine whs unavailable and estimates ranging from elghfy- ' five to lii.l. I'.'ven the nature, of conditions in the mine was not definitely known. While Some resellers reported they i mild find no fire, experienced miners declared tire was1 raging In two en tries and thai th , rescuing alive any Ihe mine. This afternoon sceiided with one 'l'i Is of the no hope men slill James Harris de of 1 be' rescue ' -rewn in the hope ef I'm. ling his son Rus sell Hairts. He failed to reach the boy, but found fifteen other da.e.l and Injured miners in a pocltt in Ihe burning drift and led th, m to safely through an adjoining dri't. SIXTY-ONE IN HAS BEGUN S Generals Cluistian OUTH AFRICA De Wet andlo Beyers Take Fit Soveieifzn Rule Government, Against En dish PREMIER BOTHA TO CRUSH REBELLION Famous Boer Cavalry Leader Is Believed to fVsent For midable Problem to Foices Loyal to Empiie, BY UORNIN4 joeasAi trt' l,.itidon. Oct. :'T ! other rebellion has 'A. i VAtici M'Mt' "7 p in )-- Ali bi ol, en nut in I I'lnistiail de South Africa. tJerieia I Wet and Hern ial I'hristlan i'redeii. k I .evi i s hat e lakcli tin 1. id of 111,. Stale Mil l rebels ill the i irang I'l. western Tiansviuil Having put down thi ihe iioilliern province ony, led by Lieutenant riu. tlie goveriimeni of rebellion ill f Tape fol fob. ml Ala- the I'nioii if Smith Africa Is How faced by 'ne more serious rising under (Iciierals de W et and IVyers, hte latter of whom lesigtied the c.uiiiii.iuil ol tne i muii ifoiccs when frcmier Holh.i dcci.l j to take ti) iiriiin against Hermany. j t oiiiniHiiiloes in I'lolil. d ! t Acioiding to an offi'lal ci-poit re-: ceit ed todat , ' nrineil rebellhitlst coin- Imaiiiliu s are already in eMStciu e: the tow n of lb ilbron, in I lie northern pailj I of the orange river colony, has been' jseir.e.l and Ihe povernmeiit officii. Is j have taken prisoners, while a train i I . , . . has been sloppe.i arm an cinzcns of ihe diffuse fur.',- have been taken from It and d isa run d. The I rtii ii government has issued n proclamation to th" people, an nouncing these events and explaining that, although il Was awiire of these rebellious preparations. It had been taking slops to preset vc peace wil li mit bloodshed. t (.overllllicnl Intnl. ''Now. lolitlniies Ilu proclamation, "ihe duty of lln- government is i'l. It is determined Hi deal with the mai ler with a tii-iii h and and is taking rill necessary steps lo ,bis end. The v.-ry j great majority ol the cili.ens i I province of I lie 1 III. hi are I hot' ! loyal and doles! Ihe very idea "I'V ""Hl'ly- of If hellion. While tiny situation, they will are aware of Ilu Ulldobutedl.v glvi tin. inn ernnieiit overt assistance ill! restoring order ami will enreiuiit iih stiiin from giving the rebellions movement any encouragement oi snii- port. The cilizens are called upon to be on Ihe alert and give the got el niinnt information and assistance a.ml those who have been guilty of ilisolicdieiice under tin defense act are inlviscl that no action will be taken against them if they remain quietly at hone . I'n us t iualry iVnilcr. Heneral de Wet is the cavalry lead er who gave Ihe Kritlsh so nun trouble in the Smith African war. I oiuloii. Hi t. J7 (K: 17 . m.) t'Bl till" lain .lohn .lueob Astor. first guards, sou of William Waldorf lor, lias been wounded in bailie I'rance. His name apH ais In Ihe of citsuallics niade iuhllc liiight A- list lenna, Ikt. , (via Vnislcldani and I, Ion. Oct. :!7. mliliilgbl.) il official Hlntciniiil Issued tmlay -ays: "Tim situation is uiiclinuv.cil lu cen tral all lit-lii . Soiilhwosl Of Itllllgol' our lieroieitlly fighling troops lire oP posctl by superior forces. One of "iir corps; has made Ili.iMMI ,ii'lMiieis,'' London, Oi l. -H ( I ::tl a. in.) An j official Pretoria dispatch anno cil Hull ticneriil l.t iiis Holhs, premier of j the I iiion of Si till Ii Hlc has left for; Hie fronl. j I Itcrpoi.l (via London. Oil. 27. l:.Mt p. m.) lh mimiinltv has warn ed ship owners 1 1 m t the ticrmans have siiccCimIciI in laying mines around the north or Ireland and that ships should therefore mil pass within s,lvty miles of Tory Island. I (in, Ion. Oi l. '.'7 (7:12 n. in. ) - -It Is scml-olfl.ially rcporletl at Pcirograd. at-coi'illng (o a cntral News tlispalch. that tin number of uMrian wounded who pusseil Ihi'oiigli t Iciiua alone which was oflicially estimated nt P.O. IMI(i up to scpiemher Ft, now amoiiiils lo al least i'lin.mih. Paris, Oct. n (ll:ll i. m.) A very brief olticiul staleioenl was is sued lonlglif by 'he French war of fice rcgaiding Ihe great baltle which I in pri gi'Css in Itelginni ami norlh cm f'rancc. The texi. follows: There in nothing: to reirl except some pro-gre-s on our pail In Ihe region to Ihe south of llixmuile." Paris, Oi l. H (J:IO a. m.) Eigh teen iiihlilioiial ii-li'o-(.crinaii films and also the bunk of ,1. Allar.l ami company, which is ihe Paris repic sciitiitites of Ihe Dresner Hank of Berlin, hate been seiiuiflratiil by the . i War Bulletins. i , i ) gotcriimcol. I Was aliii.iiin. i .1 th .1 h. h oi offered I les si rv i. cs to I nf I.. n.l, ! I (Icnelal dc Wet in the '.ate South A fi lei n w ;ii' w .is i of llle I'llllige I'l . was coniiii.il. hint was sent i o i . 1 1 . eiuui.iu.br In chief e State folccS. II. ill l.advsiuitll and i i. ner.i I i 'i otije as secolul I'roii.b . In 'llilll all. I. -iirielub'l he After Hi n. ral reccivid fall of the sigua ng ii'in .' co unted i i i i i i i .- l r coinmnllil. II toll.s of the fen n. e and it iigliiultili (iillclill d. Was ..i V. . I . im was al'i in I '.in Wit w . t.ppl.s.'d Ihe gov el lllli. tit 111" present "in ,'l'H. and . ,11 I'l mil .1 to in Hctole l I 'tlllX held atlcmpli d I. Ill protest of spc.il; at tins a. la II. but WMH pre- SV lllpllthl.el s th ' premier tented lion. .Pulig so be .ails Coiha 1 Ib'liel.ll la ot the I 111. Ml ..I .- . 1 1 1 1 1 1 on. Ill I '. V 1 1 1. a. veis was als-. lriga.liei ; a noted I'gnr w hp and w as ( lliglllg peal e . I hef he I'l-HlgU Ural oT Ihe I'l IllsilPpl'oVal e ill Ihe ha II oiall ol.l.'l le i i Soul H Al l I. an III ol tit- i . c l.a.-t Sept i .1 as 11. ai I r in. urn.! a nla lit ce I.e. al.se of III in I mil of Hleat naiinalldoes I ' 1 1, .v . t Africa. lb Hal M iol.ller seim 1 111.11 II-' RUSSIAN PORIS 10 BE FREEH F ROM ICE tar HotNiNt inuaNAL trrriAi. t ma vv i, i 'lit . i 'i I. : " diaii novel nor getici.'il ! from th, IMi-si.ni tn'ii nierce, ,. Tiuiashoff. a . expressing appreciation Attn w.aai I lie I ana ec. Ivcil tod iy -t. I of com- j al l,- message , for Hi lo'i h w as hough I I breaker Km I i ;r" . w hi by Kiissia recent lj . The lee breaker J S. lb been bought from ' .mud which W il use the boa is Archangel hat bur ..pen t. go-'S of war iiiati'i ial w he Ian, led at Haiti, polls be dominance of the I'.allie man fleet. ,in, a Iso has i bt Kussi a lo keep the . iiiliiiil i it' ll i iiiinol In' a use ef llle I -v Hie (.;! - i IS E i r rv .. 1 1. . Practic-j German; ; - aillOU b OiUUei ally Ruined by Bombardment Con-! tinues at Intervals, BV M0RSINJ ifltllNll IRlnll ItAltO Wlftf I London. Oct. 'J CJ::l. a. m.) Tin i on osiiomlent . f the Morning I'ost. ! ,, H ,, turned fi om iJhelms. te, graidi.s from siirauce companit age at Rh.'iiiiN al mayors office it I espon. lent sa.vs, Palis that Hie in i estimate the dam $jiiii. nun, nun. At tho is slaleil, Hie cor. lhat this estimate w hen sundry d.im- u j . exceed, ll !Hge I, i 1 1) : killed private proper! t Is added. .11, oter I.L'iui civilians were In Ihe slreeis and houses dur- l ing I he in, oil h's bombiit iluieiit. the olie-folll til destroyed. was in Hie j . a ri 'espondeiit says. About ji.f all the buildings tv ere i'llie inosl severe damage I,i si portions of the c y where Ihe bulliliius are i finest and most hlslol l I locaied. ; Forty thousand of Ihe ollv's popu lation of a quarter of a million slill 'remain, mostly living in cellars. Al j though Ihe bombariliiient continueH ' Intel mittentlv. masons and other w I kmon are already repairing .me the bull. lines. ll I Ibiring the. crisis, owing to the " ; .scarcity of money, the municipality issued a curliiUM emergciicv ruiu'ii') theater tickets. Tlie cathedral Is a ruin. It is still crumbling and big lumps, of stone coiiliniially fall from the arches, whole roof is off and cannot he Ihe P 1 until the walls are made ("ire. I'lider the clri itnislanccs a tare winter will lie fatal to the re - iil I mains f the building. PACKING COMPANIES AGAIN UNDER FIRE , . .. ....... ..A.aaitiiail New York, Oct. 1' Prosecution of Hie Swift and Armour Packing com panies and other large packers and vtlioloule provision houses for fail ure to mark wrapped ham and bacon w ith i heir net weight, was reculn jneiiilcd today to Attorney Heneral Parsons I'V Commissioner llartigan of Hi.- mayor's bureau of weight ami measure. In selling these meats lo retail butchers, it is alleged, the packers make no allowance for the weight, of paper and burlap wrapping"" conlain- i.,., .h,. meal: mid the biitcners. ineie- tl I'ore, are fi'.rced to charge consumer enough to pay for Hie wrappings which, on Home packages, weigh from six to nine ounces. ; PAMTR APTQ AWARDED ' yj VT FOR ARMOR PLATE RHEIIflS' DAMAGE STIMTED AT S200.000.000 lil ssm-ss. I ,,,, JOURNAL IRICiALLKMOltiRII ,lllton III Illlcl'S W n H Sec U l'ed ihl'ollgll Washington, 'nt. 27. Contractu foi'jlho cffuris of Secretary I'aniels, who I D.l',7 1, 1 12 worth of armor piaie ami I persuaded the competing companies uiie'l for the new l.altb'slilis i'hII-Iii, accept contracts on llle btii of lo- ifornia. Mississippi and ' Idaho, were ' a wai iled today by llle navy depart- lineal lo the Rclhlehem and M 1,1 va Li Sieel i niiiPuiiii s. Reduciioiis in price !of iiialerlal resulted ill saving for the government pared with the bought for the f 7 . . 7 . .1 1 J aw i nm ost per ton of armor batllfship Pilinstl- yania two year ago. The lieilil. heiu awarded oonliai Is for gicg.iting $7,l22,7iiS, .i oninv oblaiiifd Hie i oinpany w a two Vessels ag nd the Midvale a va id for the other at. $:i,0.1l,liH. . Mtutemeut '.ssued by piirtment Issued tonight the nat said th e re - GERMANS FRENCH ACROSS THE YSEFI WITH GREAT SLAUGHTER BY RIFLE AND KAISER'S TROOPS, THROWN AGAINST DEFENDERS IN GREAT MASSES, ARE REPULSED EVERYWHERE I Belgians Defend Canal With Courage, but Are Finally Over whelmed by Weight of Invaders, Who Relentlessly Pour Masses of Men Against Entrenchments; Order Said to Have Been Sent Commanding Teutonic Army to Reach Calais at All Hazards and Regardless of Casualties That Might Be Sustained in Carrying Out Order of Emperor; Berlin Dispatch Indicates Successes at Some Points. Summary of War j News of Yesterday All inightv i notth ; actual the tialioiiK engaged struggle in Hclgliiui ef Kiaiii e are silent happenings in Hint in the: ni l Ihe ; on the I batile- d. iirrc.l ...ne. far as is I now ll tll.ie has been lit lie progress on eith- ; i-r side but from the accounts that' hate tillered thioiigh from talioiiM! swlir.es that sliin engagement which I linn la i a goini: on incessantly for set -1 oral days, mat be ctmr i' tei icl as 110'' fiercest of the hole w jr. Thousands upon tlui'isatids of Her man I ciufoii emcuts hate been added lo llle great masses of Hoops which have been i lob avormg to form their ; wav I, i ilie ii. hi In in ports of France. ' It is said thai this 1 1 aseli'Ks pushing ! forwaid of in-l bodies of Herman: 'solilieis is lit il 1 1 i-i't order of the etn- j ! peror. whose eve Is fixed on Fngland, a campiiiun against which at an early ; 'dato l-" i olisldei "d among the pnssi-j t.il, lies, piovideil a sail ihh basi i be foliiiil from w In, h lo direct i an the I forces. i Simllarlv the alio s IniV e I II reln- ifol'.cil tt li t i a ng lln- new tlo.q.s at i the front are Piitlsh Indian.", v : coiiling to all nc mints ha i, ac iee j bearing themselves w . II. ; A new rebellion in Ihe I'til'in of iSoiilll Africa has given cause for alix- iiety both lo the Hiitb-h and llm Smith I African govei nnieiilH. I Hem -I'll Is ib- Wit and lb is, nota- ble figures in South A f" i have of a Slate placed themsch s al tin head I' I'ce : revolution in lln- inain: laud western Tiiutstaal. ; The eMent ..r tins rising is not ! known nor can Us Impm'tanec be j foretold but alreadv tlie Soiilh Afllcali i government, which had knowledge of ' Hie proiqiei tit o niovcmi nl, lias Issued 'il proclamation to the people calling !for their asu.-lance and has taken l nie.'lSUl es to i The Ibiii i Vv . 1 1 11 1 11 g I II t ! carry I hem b qui lln- I. 'belli, .11. a 1 1 inn a M v isf-ucs a Is vv hose courses may Hi w. li is of the north Ib.'.je waters Her liicn laid Willi Hie ail Ireland, as i 1 in ii ii mines havi result that one Finish siiainer, Man "In slcr I 'oint'iei ti'. bus been blown up, Additional i hannels in tlie rut-r Tlialiiis have been ibclaied . losed lo 1 nnviKailmi by lib' admiralty tu order l(,, frustrate atiempis by hostile ships ' to reach London. I A I',. in ai ranging ....... al .,, sin-se mission Is ill Lou. toll i rem li d. l.lils for the possible I o-! Is beli ef Ilie I'orlugueso armvjniain III. s. Manuel, Ilie former , siilons w;ib I king of P ivi"'H to I l l lien I, has offered Ills ser e army of Portugal should 'the repullllc Jolll llle au.es IIKI I Hernia ny. A llavas dispatch fr Way i,.f Madrid reports (roups have intadeil j pi ov ne f of A ng'ola, W in Lisbon l.'.v lhal Herman ilie Herman t M'nca. and 'that n epa I a I Ions are iiinb ; tlie ilispHlch to thai pi i t 'a wav fi.r ,,f war- jshqis and troops from I ' 'Ihe Russian geii'ial 1 1 ugal. sia I f reports fighting along : the comm. p, etui nt of Ihe front In eastern Prussia and victories over Hie Hermans at vail- ous point In Russian Pola ml I A newspaper dispatch from Rot terdam sa.ts Hint Heneral Mm Ifcsiei, who coin iiiaiii led the Hoi man force when Antwerp was taken, has cm milted HUlcide at llruge. John "lacili Astor, of Hie -ritisli army, soil of William Waldorf Astor, Iiiih been wound, d in Hie fighting iu France. 'in I supply for the const ruction of 1 three vessels at Hie lowest price lln.'V I had specified fol' limited quanllties of i tin- materials. In this iiiauiu'i , armor oi the A-l class was secured at $4:1.1: per ton as auainsi tl.il per Ion for the same material for tlie Pcnilsv Ivania. , The Mldvalu company' contract is for 7,314 Ion of A-l armor at $i:',1:J nj Ions A -2 armor al 1 4 S ; ; 2110 totisi It armor a l. fl'iH, and sixty -three tons: of C armor at $.;;. The Relblehem coiiii.any s coiili o t at the same price ia for 1 1, its tons oi A-i ainuir, oils of A-2 armor; r,,tn tons of 1! r - 1 r nior, and 12: tons of t. steel. ... ORCED BACK ARTILLERY FIE av MpnstNa muRNii at.-iAU 1 t AttO Af,ac London, i let. l.15 p. in I Tip Herman laid mi the rhamift polls, as lit is iiill.d here, seeinn to haVH Pepn Uhe.kcd for Ihe time being, ol, at any rale, the Hermans hav iiia.lo jliltle, If any pi ogress, slnrr. they huc i ceded lii crossing- Hie Vaer canal on Saturday last. They are. however, Ktill jinsliing with nil Ihe force ot their u umniand itn.l are meeting Willi most stubborn resistance from French,, 1'ritish and Pi Iglan troops I 'Ihe losses on both sides, continue to be in proportion to tlie thTcenesn of the buttle, which nienni that they ale gieater that! those In any buttle (sine" war was ibiiari'd, now nearly ( n,,, I months tig". Her ma ll Viltlim-e lll'plllsi'il. Along tho coast where the ulllen have Hie usslHtance of th Fienr h ami Ihi'lsh waisliips they have iiupiuent ly more than held their own, and af ter Inflicting very heavy losiieii on the Hermans, havo compelled them lo try for an opening further Inland I'p to yesterday the it 1 1 If hint beer foil ed to giv e way at Home points bit j lnd. it , aocoriliiiK lo the French offl-' jtlal communication, tlp.y have nUc-' ceeded ' lu holding their pnsltiona ut I every point from the mouth of tin" Yser to Ihe Lens distllcl and between I Vines and Roiilers, where there has been sol f the Htimet UghHnS of this sanguinary battle and wnere iu llrltlsh Imliall IroopH havo made their llrsl appearance In Ihe flrlng line. Many Pay, of J'litlitlnir. The iqiposimt force ure no stronjr thai it must be many day before a decisive result I attained by either Hal" despite (he great loHe they ai' ciifleiing and which grow greater a repoii follow report. Along the whole front, ntretchinit from the river olse to ihe Mctise front which the Herman withdrew Ihrlf best troops to strengthen the urtu.' which Is ntti nil'tlng to advance alomc tin coast, the Freii, h have been tak ing the offensive and to the north of Nnisson haw been engaged lit an nr. Hllety duel with th. Herman in which lliey have destroyed several of ihe Herman batteries. Tlicv eem H hate been playing at this game for some time for lh.i last three report from Pails ha vp announced Ihe de struction of Herman guns, Further cast Hie offensive tactic of the French has diiv.'ii the t'ler maiis, wlio tvef.' threatening Nancy, back a: loss the frontier. Tim Her mans, however, ale So .strongly ell. 1 abuig i hi bum l'ne thai a , cl they niv preparing lo re-i- tli - winter, hi'ldliig their po until Hie present objective, 'the u..iiherii ports of France huvi ' been attained. Various scl loll battle also a I'O pi in i ciliiig in Uallclu, without dccl ii. r-siilt 'flie P.iissians, however, hate crossed llle Vistula north of ;lvaiig,uo, wilh a fresh army corpw : winch should hat e a marked effect on Hie fortune of ihe Imtl'le. They ap pear fi mil i In lr ow n account lo be breaking down ihe relinnce of ltn I A usti ia us throughout soiftli of Przeinysl and Hall, la, where fighting of lalmtjtiho most siubborn charnrter has been j going on for w cek. Another retic llimi has broken nul in I South Af'iica, this lime headed by 'Henei'.'il Christian de Wet and Heil j ci :i I llcyei s. Neither of these men I have ant political follovvilig, but it I ' feared that some of Hie burgher, who like f liemselv es, remin Home of tho jhitlerness aroused by the South Afri can war, will Join (hem. The defense force, a (he army of ilie Fnlo u of South Africa is called, ; is considered safe for the govern j ii it-ti t for when Heneral tJeyers gave up his command of that force on the outbreak of the war nolle of the of Ifii.eia oi nun of tin army followed j him. l'.esides, Heneral Hoi ha, Ihe i premier, retains his support of llm I great mn-s of the people of tht Fill, m. Herman mine- layers have again been busy ami have succeeded In min ing the water north of Ireland, the thsl tlctini of which ha been the Pritlsh u'-amer Maniiiettr t-om- ni. 'ia e. , -(. lll sll TOM lltll j p,Kls I I 11 A TI El.V FIIKC KEIK l Loiiilun. Oct, 1:15 p. m.l- -on , til 9 i ... , . a ininiitiurg scue the siius o -jwAi.'ajL...wi.i.'..-r . -j n -..'a..:-;.