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ALBUQUERQUE MORNIMi JOURNAL.
CITY EDITION CITY EDITION I'V-KIXTII YEAR II v.. IJ lui.lv lit arrier or M u NonUi. KinffV t m BENNETT 10 RUCK EXCHANGE VIEWS OK ill AFTER SEEING ARMIES OF ALL BELLIGERENTS FIGHT rnrupii uiptiih rntnun iibiuno c UNITED STATE a uilni AFTER 120 DAYS IS FACE TO FACE OF FIGHTING ON WITH CRISIS OF ONE SHORT LINE CRAVEST NATURE TR AUSTR0-GEP,iNS MASSING FORCES TO RETAKE EOST IS' GROUND IN EAST FAMOUS WAR CORRESPONDENTS MEET IN NORWAY AND COMPARE NOTES ON THEIR EXPERIENCES Both Men Are Strongly Partisan. Bennett Insisting That Germany Is Waging a Successful War and McCormick Being Equally Firm in the Belief That the Kaiser Cannot Win: Impossible for War Writer to Be Neutral: Russia's Part in Campaign Has Been to Keep Teutons Away From Paris: Strategy of Leading Men on Both Sides in Great World War Is Described in Interesting Dialogue; i si imc i he war bin-aii. i In .lonmal. h arrauirciiifnl w II li t lie ( Idea-.. Tl iini. nas run nmiT uian ; b u h r ... ,, mm- win lu ll Be. .lull mill Itobcrl II. Mel iHUllt'k. Tbl'J llH MCM from l '.nroM' b nun who Uftttatl) have HOtm III great mini. in oper ation. McCormick ami Bennett lime taken side hlronxiy, inie favoratitt! In the. allies, the ntlier Is a pro-G iinan an nil) Herman, Meeting in Nor way, Kiev liavc talked ihe war oxer I ruin their various viewpoints anil si ml Ihe following eomptiwlti story!) tonti bv -la.tie I lun- he-l stories War i JOFFRE"S FORCES PLAN NO ANNOUNCEMENT IS FOR WINTER CAMPAIGN, EXPECTED FOR WEEK il BMARINI 'S GU SINGLE COMPANY learned in tlonal n III lli th I mie hug HOLDS POSITION Si FOR Willi Czar's Armies, ARTILLERY ENGAGEMENTS CONTINUE IN FRANCE Ml Aftei Cai I eel itlli; iced like HtKJ vv Inch I In- ItUSaUl n.-. lia , mi Archduke Joseph l arm) In sunt hern ivia ml Idlttunal strain winch tins uli tan (human General nsen's arm) to the right, ii. a. .1 I ha t li believed ii threaten ret i .mil ih III.' allies 1 ..Mi ii- IV I lu' haa v-m ban lai V 00R DAYS I matin i I UK I counter I (MU'll link) .r Hi Til. rwurd, has eiiM-d and whai l i. going mi along the western on .. ta of srtillei engage- i nd ' tl Isolated attack anil aitacka by Infantry, which If. ports I 'mil rmlh'lnrv . DHUah, according t( report, have repuled ind "ii tl) I'artlstti , i ma na ami A uetrl willing tu make ila le- Will eeki ninsu arduu ik Nth Field M other. Note. ockhotm two : in traveling b) ! Scandinavian tin llli Ami the mail gent, relay its office detail oiy iaa been hard!) tro wi'i'ks when we exchanging nuesi Ions what we have Been I lap wii waking i have ami the answers nh ! WEATHER FORECAST. Washington, jitl) 1 1 New Me- j rloudy, nut Much change ii. tl "i- j periuure ) Bennett mutter: "Ton , , ,i. y... lebrs tion by t ie. miies el' territory." Information Comes li McCormick tells Benne tlon 111,1 happening in which Bennett has to aell - j h is nut even heard. Aim 1 1 pcnlnga, so McCormick d1 discrediting ami tne prac atton of (field Marahal I burg as a factor in l'1" fl'l' campaign on the eual fro "Du you kaow that?" nng akini neither dues I lei man) "I fa tine, nevertheless replies, adding "Mackei i many'i man now." V hat seems tu us mol baffling la thai In comp ipei tlVi answers we OCJT ii I a ial h Mel 'ill mi. k rmam's Hi- maintained, Proof that it In being maintained ami warranl for believing that it will ii,. maintained lie in t)" i term, ins' constant discovering, invent ing, ami developing ol new military ami economic raaouroei and expodi- there are wvent) mllllona of tht m X thelr pre i in i m ill attributee they are now applying to ihe bualneaa of war making with the same Intensity ihey displayed in applying thoM attrlbutai WOPld lias seen. McCormick Ail that will be i final ized when ihe other natiuns havt been tudyiug the bualnevfl of making war a little longer, Bennett "A little longer!" Man alive, German) has been learning wbai she linnv.s ever sinee Ihe lime ot I'Tedein k tin. Oreat'i father: It's tak en nearly tw i eenturieiJ FttiMlan Nonibers in Count? Mel 'el mi. I, - I'lease let hi- fllliall. I if the three allien KUMia Was II" on ly milltarUtic nut inn, but it was neith er n ecientiflc nor a menufaoturlng nation, When RuaaUi ha received th benefits of its aolentifla and manutai luiing poweiK, then its numerical ami I att&i k and Berlin Mtyg it waa rt-pulHed I with ennsldi ruble luss In fail the Fr h anil ilerman report are wen- '" ' jeraiiy contradictory in reafiecl tu whal ' " IflKhl'lmr ban taken plaee, bill (ratn ' 'V h the trend ,. them II ut evid.nl that ' '" neither Hide has all pted aiiyllunu "' of a divisive nature, ami It i be ; he e.l In i I hat it may be weeks t '"K " '"' i itefore Ihej da Su far an lli HermaiiM am ' ' "' ii i.rui il iiillltar ibaervara ansei t they ind tu carry out their offensive uvulnnl the ItiiHHliiOH u fit 1 1 there la i a hi.ii. h in the rteiinan i nes: focMvt engagement, auch aa 11 from its battalion aa Jthe capture of the Uiblln-Cholm rail- 1 ol Herman rountei . e way, wim ii II is aaatrted gwuW have company, nevertneleaa, aueoeee (M,n jjelr handl before now If maintaining ' "' ' Jibe Auiitrlana advanolng inward Hi" "" '' ' u"'" "'" y relieve , . ,,t been driven back. n .Inn. il Hi, 1Mb ...nip. hi Mot I'oii-eM In RgMt, fcnth iiattaiion erawieo i Report ftum neutral aourcea are to ""' deployed ,"w,'' "'i i t rfeet that to make g3od their f- ng 111 'he w Is opp ".' Mfnrta agalnal the Iluwlani, ihe Oer charged, taking the uei u ,.,. rnovtng troop hb-h were h "' i;'lll,ll,s "' n" I intended for the western front to the leaving 111,1 ' '" "" ,,.,f.t eertgitn extent HiIh geem ' '", .orUE",i58,C confirmed by the itatmn1 in the 1 " 'lll ",- ' i"1"' rtuulan official repon thai reinforce- '""'" " , "' ,",,,,',' ,,,,1, ! nientw have reached Archduke ferdl l'" "'h " " 1 ,','. ,,.'. nand and that Qeneral von Mckenen ornered forwara mm t.Uta bad commenced an nffeiodvo ,,, i n, u,,e in ii.. t i m which, however, brol iwn under Make llesperale BefeiUH. . ., inwhlle rfni rltuaMuo inak-l while the military erltlc are etlll , mi- nan been "" " ' 1 undecided whether ihe RufgiaBg will been deelded It 'R 11 ""I ' a.,....,, niake their slainl nil lltelr preaenl , i ,i . i ' ii lan ain n I ', t eiieh, leaiiAiin.' . ..i.,,. ii. healed that oil j ipiain u ,1,1 f UnCl or fall back In Ihe BUg liver. no aurrendei of p? " '"",'""""' .",, ' .. thtia abandoning their fortreaaei .f of th He, I ins men 1" tut 1,1 a '"" ';;. d,; I Ivangorod ami vVareaw, n u agreed raniee iiniiiniiiiy 1 ' 1 under a 1 rang . if expregglng i he "Mi if the United . fofeei d up hv II ll 1 uthorltiea . ernlng tin nhipii There is n- "leu. .,,1 1 nighi fi its sli Tin ! Paris, Impo net era rnlng ihe: il .t ii r .thai II nuiiter-iiHneli which the 1 vllh uuicii have developed hl pntpond fur a i withdrew at leaat tbe neeeeelty ui any fuf- battl laitlng two retirement. ,1 'I'llele IM IMI I lllllll '111,1 I till f HO- i ',',,,',!!,' ,,i" 11; including live ei Auetrlan victory on thtCorgo plateau, B II r 11,1 l,iil -lieu but dlHpaleheH frinn Rome wi' Hill a f'cera, inn :l ' Italian trinpi are making good proy- ,1., in. n ' ! w.oio.i 0 ,,, ii less ,.; their weli r oapturlng the b"i rl!l , noaition mountain around Trleeto, which the) r- oil 1 1 ' "" ,"',,.. .11,.. p.- i lake befnre epmmenclnfi the In 'I" ' 1 M .'".,,. Ivanr the eliv itself, il.ua avoid laltaaia '; ; '" "' 1 " '" " , ing i mhardme t the- t.iwn which n no r. rhi eltuiitlon i began o . , mhabll v then oompat- which look .1 i bul at tii- crucial mo- J ""'U innaoneo "' "", ,,i un-meni h had of ihrapnel from our!""' ,,, ruin! '71V rieeimated one advancing column . - ! j. i,' lt III. M t ' I'..-I.- 1 1,1,1 uhkngton rencherl ItllMIl Altli Al III July NeM Mule I f. in e i inani , In Ihe view of al ni offil latg, ihOUld I i.rman eubmarine eomnuindi is thero I I I via l.ou- Ilowlni 'a'. I the W.t! Ol Main Ma. 1. l''e. .1 11 1 There were Intimation! how-lthi thai i n ih.. next communication I uli lilted Slates RIOII likely would .HI ,1 v iQO ahead:. i hyi 2,228,300 Dead, 4,837,5i0 Wounded and 1, 705,000 Prisoners and Missing rAHl'AIl'IKS in the world war. cxeluxive of those in the Italian iinm and navj have reached Hie enormoui total of h.tth.m". according to compu'tatlona contained In an appeal ketued in i dun by the French Relief Society. The figure, which w.t.. complied from official report of lusses UP to .lane 1. ghow that men have been killed and 4, 13 T... I a have Bh wiuin.ied, Ihe 00- i. ih d estimates follow: k;ii,., I Wounded and Mlanlng Total .,. mu anil ; imi nun :;iiii nail 1 ,4iiil,nfU Bennef Meanwhile Germanv have wen the war. What ol tbia r. I hear iha! the "Only sons" In It - always' cv nipt from miiilarv se except 1 aerj oj a tupren . 1 1 1 havebeen called to 'be colon 1 I ilnii'i I. now a mm that KUMla M. Cormic but I (In k that. i lily firm line k eour.se to I Bennetl Hi itself lo the 'I ..p the Ball a !'i zemysl V German McCormtck- iii. a i mini imi ha i not hi d ndturm reconcile i effect Policy? was hard t ureal HiiKsia ' i. n. a Au:-t i i. Belgiui Serv ia Turkey Japan I il ai 4 (ion 1 h 1 1,210 I.TUa.dOO S, i TO. Si 8 Rule b) Prxemyel h dd beCaUM the Ruaslan railway ex lends uniy in the boraerg of Galicta. when i waa In tjemberg tie. road bad nut been extended Hint far. Cut the ureal point is this - that Ruwt has been Hide tu fight the war with al ive widely In military consideration, while Germany has found ll ncery tu subvert military ends tu mural ef- fe( t, us ehown, firsi. by withdrawing six army corps front befnre Bails to repel the raid In! at cond, hv , n it i ' an hardly bring lage because by pushing in the slnn front the Hermans are n si Prussia, and, in Oallcla which military advan- Kus lerely has i to- Ia rgi Ti saa deli Ration piedn , ,,., Hants Ke may be i- p Summary of War News of Yesterday lot slate ,,i v nahlngti I fill study Of the do. Lansing may plueee ft., I., ' ontei wnh I The ri rrtim ii tet rif war are mag , . , pt fur the fact tl ierma.ii advance whtel muvlng sniftlv. has rt tu i ie is k nown of i in i i r in I'd md of tailed been waged along the extended nee a Cabin has brought Ihe nppuslid' r to a temporary dlocl u d thai ibev at.- occupied in bringing up relnforcementa Minor attacks by li.l.ai,n: ..ml act, I lery have occurred in Belgium and reran, e, km there have been no hap the I Impret With tin i a second lleutenanl lurprised a n II ' ' i taehini nl u 11) mi n a nun commissioned ien three ihejngelve ..ii,.. i uv camps ai Take Buruni on il near Seddiil Bahr and an In- llvlelon wiiiei) wa advanolug fhe broke "" ihe environs Burun." kilHn ul hel III III. IN KE1H)RTS li M III lUUTlNII BI B in live I heir In i I ' utral I i ti " I III v tlNsllll 1 1 I.I BM Oli K I I MU l: B tIIii. Jul) 11 I v Ih UindOB, I ;JtO l rt ,,i ! n. i 'i h.. German nnin headquarter llkhlna Staff today gave out tin following ioiHte.1 tuoment (V . ,t(l, N(H1l of "lint I Vpres Ihe Km.-It !. .. sler.laj repealed , 'i ielr attempts f Jut) h i.. take poi- ll IM1 I f I t it til t 11 11 '1 1 'he roil d ll led I ul sonic inuiinl ii i w 1 1 el . . lakt i ' i here i It mile was (lisp. ii ml the in. nidi 111 Hi s t i..n t .in irrow naing a nd Se, r i assed h the van. III! ! t Id. i s .lug (I .I, h. d hum j rolled dow n am was ih . oded I p. rslng 1 in at) w ill .p t iiitn i was prepared I it h Her i e- i hui t In- ds nger an Tumulty I of i he na n own. which bin . a mans I oops of t ! 1 1 It! Ill north ui Kuuchel on the Ah- ,1 1 he I'l ia h mad an ul ' k afternoon will h met with S rciu li .Ha. k mi rf lOOurt, I Mli. il. was easily repulsed i cupturi d from the snsmy the i lure last iiolthnest of tbe th fi cell Ml! hand gren a lid pi tfmonl llllls Weill trip Tuesday nun will, tin u inkling Mr. Wilson Bi nf Ihe Cnilei officials gen. II Weill i til iiliHld .1 the for-1 oupled In th eompaiiv The captain j tuck which was prepared for by heavy a) t,e that led th. company was ordi ed lo light j artilien firs broke down in front of il make the I fires t.i -the opposite ends ,,f his post-j ,,ur new positions, 'I'l... enemy's bw l.iv and re-1 tion, su Hint uur artillery ould better was henv) n assauli upon our po I regulate its fir, as there was greet I eitlon suuthcHst of Votulerngch and yen of what dangei ..i killing our men. Uoutheasl .f Igfuenetet was beaten off. he the poin v I "The general in command of the "our airmen uttacked station build lew of what 1 army in 'be voges said in .ompli-1 ings al Gerardmer, i tbe pure-1 menting the men fur tinn bravery! "In the eastern theater: The aitua- , nature uf Hi.- ...inpanv henceforth shunld i . . is liana. l ( eattaued m. fane six.;