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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOl'ltNAL.
CITY EDITION CITY EDITION . ra -SIXTH YKAl! ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY twill In Carrier r Mall, 6o n Month. single 1 ' .plem .c. iRANZA AGAIN SSERTS nil AS FIRS! CHIEF i'1 Will Have Nothing to Do With Any Foreign Counrty Which Fails to Send Representa tives to Him. OCCUPATION OF NACO RESULTS IN PROTEST States Demands That: Agreement With General! Scott .Regarding Border Be; Adhered To, !V MORNINO JOURNAL PZCIAL LCAREO WIRI Washington, July It. Diplomatic gdvl s reaching Washington (ram Ifexico today said General Carransa had Klven notice he would not receive com in ii ii it aliens from or transact bus- im with foreign governments which ha vo no diplomatic agent accredited t ins government at Vera Crux. Enforcement of such older practl cally would mt off the Carransa gov imment from further communication with all the forelpn nations Which, have ministers resident in Mexico I City it would not, according to the till irni.it on received, sever his Infor mid relations with the United States government as Carransa is understood to regard Consul Billlman at Vara ciuz is a properly accredited agent General Carransa' Washington! agent today said they hud no adv'lces of any uch action on the part Of thi ir leader nor had tin y heard that ; n Vdvlcaa I mm apital. lUnlCation with the outside world: here have been no advices con ipa under General Pierro and .a i i where In the vicinity ol l'a- ica. Neither has the .state depart nt been able 'to net any convincing r as to the exact condition In the iltal or whether the Zapata forces, reported two day ago, are uKaiu Eietlv control of the city. I'mlest Sent U t'iir;ttu 'he Mate department today look lei of proteatet agalnsl the occupa i of Nu' o on the Ronora-Arlxona i Crux calling hi attention to the in oi ami asking him to abide by Scot! agreement negotiated with general and those of General i, providing that no military oner endangered. the America attack UpOl the agreemi citing Wahl Mat Carranst Unofficial n toniitlil i hicit.' na p.'iiink to withdraw friuu lliotitie at riiiintica. QUlet ttas it. stored and older alter Carranaa army under il I 'lilies had occupied I be town. "its thai ihe Carranxa govern would shut off . onununlcation ations which bad no diplomatic accredited to him at Vera 1 !rU, I uiten.so Mtirpri.se In official cir larlieularly in view Of the gen nderatandtng thai (orelgn gov- any government w Hi-i announced Britain bad detel recognition until i been recognised a tin feci nl li med to Stat No uish are 1 ,.l 11 I arl Inicrt oniioii present I ondltiolU in being given very serious m by the Washington gov-1 11 by the administration in the dtat future, despite tile fact th president and secretary of have cleared the foreign rela 'i sk lor the time being Uh the Ub of the third note to tier regarding ubmarlne war- official quarti rs the opinion pre trial the military situation in ' o just at Ibis time is loo 1111 iin tor any new step on the part l Tailed Stales anil the ipproachlng conflicts in B lid Villa forces I ' o i beins awaited wit la interest. her Mexican M'lt ices ri 1 Wi re communicated by ment as follows autcome ; between i central : - I dated Jul ' oast say that Jt'th. , It lion " Indians are on the warpath, no I age has been done to American , 'ertj at l,os Mechl. The cruiser eland hjtis investigated conditions 1 and reports the place quiet. sh ike ai nil Property. rhe dgpartfflent is in receipt ( a tram dated July -'1st, from Vera j '. Mating that about 1,000 work- of the Hnaatecs Peiroleum com-! went nu strike the 1 iith. cans Ihe company's plant to cease OJ lona It Is stated that the Com-1 . recently Nettled a strike by ln- ii.l; the workrrten' waiss froin o lftn per cent. It is further ro od that the local authorities Hp lat the situation and have Kiiar ed protection to the company W I M ill It I olil 1 -sl Washington, Ji Mexico: Friday at 'i ally fair. OF REVOLUTION I pro pert emptoye II is stat i the sett ment ol ! l l i s PO I At I M l. n o w i rut ii t ll I u Aria, July II. The mili- ation of .Who bt t'airanza ordered n Wednesday by Hies at his headquarter 4 arconlinn to li. Qarduno, I OBSttl lit re. w IKI said ho i mmmi today from the commander. Tlx- (vacua is understood, ihould take tomorrow morning at the t;try dvm forces w Otaera i Del Ki... Carraasa receii ed Carrangs tion, it i pl.-HV bv latest. "V. only prose providing custoa service, he said Report of iiis military mocencnts were mad today by i 'all, it is itat further announcement of td that no f Lis plans wi ranza funvs the movent nora. wlnr, ernor of BoT tend the cits be made by the until thf eompli lit t ag i"st Nogali b, Maytorena, villa ira, is pre pa rial t. Oar-1 n Of - WANAMAKER SUGGESTS PURCHASE OF BELGIUM ,Bt MORNING JOURNAL SPECIAL LCACO WIRKt Philadelphia, July The pui i has,, of Belgium from Germany bj the United siat's and the Imposition of high duties on import', and export by this country ware among the ug gel tion made by John Wanamaker m an address here tonight st a meet ing; at Which prominent bualnas snd professional men formed local brant h of the Nat tonal Sc. mm league. late! elei ration, si business Mr. Wanamaker, who wa ted president of the urgarii- id it men ! now the duty or the o( this country to do all in th' ir power to restore normal conditions in Europe and proposed that a hundred million dollar b loaned Without il rest to the yo t in- ; if Belgium, He i government led over to its nam ker da d StaPs had ment (or the purchase suggested thai later t of that country be tin own people. Mr. V; elated that the I'nit made its flrt mlstakt failed to protest agtlini of the neutrality of Ih CALLED OUT TO ITP la Two Strikers Killed at Bayonne During Attack on Standard' Oil Property; Sheriff Is Powerless, j IRV MORNING JOURNAL SPtr.tAL Lf A5IO WIRtl New York. July 22. Whet her mili tia would be called out was the iiics- tion tonight In Bayonne, N. J wher twai mole men to re killed today in HUm I , i . i , i wtrlkiliL eintlo'es ol dard ompi f New Jer- he death strike thus Rtigeni K workt 'i rs, calk tl'oop.s : earnestly t' I on liov. J Fielder (or troops after he hai , eered Hy crowds alter the liKln bUT P. I'adler. adjutant general 0 f jersey, waa ordered to Bayonne it his report reds tne caiung ou militia. o( tin I Shi I Iff Kin I e ol also Washington (or redew .and tvi "f them were i F,.t bj the d. partmenl Vrbitratlon Poai 1h 1,500 strikers to j the offer of II. m y WH ; alt mer of public Bttfoty, ft I I Ion board, cniipos, d 0 commissioner, This ,, 1 g believed may end the t at ica' t brine about i ! ., al nnvHl tb di.it 114). tliateb " epted oinmis- irhitfa- trti' The 1 nds ea to ' writ- I pany plant oKIClals, Today's disordei s strlk- the shower of hi ICKS, is with v 'H' y t'oin their .,- two futile attempt to . plant, the strlkt ra retri t hree of their number wot Aft th. bn.rrel w'orks, .a short th the Standard plant. It I hour. Two of the attaC Stanley Murhefko. aged i lav wsasktui, aged 19, by bullets and thre. othi Jured seriously It was w of ihe guard wa wouni Fnllnwins tin- Tldewati a! that no ed riot. Shi iff Kinkead made bis unsuccessi ttd tempt to disperse 1 hem to ' " appeal. He was hOOted ''"' " ' Deciding that the sit mi' am was viinil his ontrol be u lepnortea troops, and to Washington (or media tors. Rioting Continues. I -iter in the day guards within Tidewater work tlrod "ti a crowd 1,680 persons outside the works I the laitiT replied with revolver, injuries were reported of Karly tonight ngnting oegsn roWd near the plants and 1 man I lected of being guard was resc v five motorcycle policemen. EXI nation at a hospital showed the 1111 ondltlon to be serious There was an out I. re. 1 k at found tile plants today. Ih'-' 1 taced the la rue oil tanks hut WJ" Insulshed i.isiiy. sheriff Kinkead tonight called here. There wer assigned wuu the plants in group o( eignt MIMTIA VOT Ni l HI l ni PltKSKRtl I I" I Wilbur F." Sadh r. of the NeW Jerse'. ruuional i iard, late (onlghl reported the military ilepartment here that n troops would be necessary to matn Nta. il Havonne uiiless thr I- MILITIA MAY BE SUPPRESS Rll EINA L c jUIIIIH 1 ERMANY FROM WASHINGTON QM NEUTRAL RIGHTS iven to Amei-;,h" morrow i FURTHER ATTACK TO BE RESENTED PROMPTLY Sh ates View, Callei IAL LIASID WIRtl .'. The United fore determ'n li general dip- brief period. . official ojuar- lie reception of : Germany that Uvea through Stall s inif tit governmen nxt step loinatic policy, wil await Indications , V to I y will 'laid it by cation i,,. tin.) in i 1 last I by It w partn v 1 1 1 the United states government would regard further transgression of its right. The general trend o( comment was that the repetition of such a dis- asti r as befell the LuiBtania would mean lite convemnv; ( congreaa by I'resident Wilson for consideration of th,. action to be taken. i tht' oM'tit that tile status ipio Is chi t hat in (uture "ill conform to Ihe avtnf eslBl illK int. ilia I it i iiii I law in Ivea of Americans on tint haul a, President Wilson wHl up very soon the situation that ansou with Great Britain over (i rencea with Ann rlowi com- liy thC allies. No Utitlsh (SnntlMlona has protesi again not nl n dent wii alve the son has been iiii Illlng to loiioessioi, iii ilerlin that tin eoll- troversy ( t Wi l li I He I linen Mini'" ami Germ iv wnv could he l h th i known today, howet e arc indication t hat t h that if new Am there ' note to 1 lei many is ' friendly Spirit and tbet I intention further to y ' rinhts on the MnU seas, ) teset to cre.it Britain ecelvi'd fi appear olate ne the new will I"' pro-dts- patched probably within j fortnlithl. III stale I'l int ipl pats is being gather d a department, hut tin bly Will Pol deal ti 1 specific instances, 1 , for the general pi 1 with ran wad Insist ni any exten tinns. in ordet With what th In council to eon United stiites ret mis Jus th accepted rules of Intel n o The recent filintt of a I i 1 w ciyeat announcing that orders council ami British municipal law not affect the right of American 1 -.ens under International law, was first step in 1 he policy tt bii Ii I 'lilted States is pursuInK to obtain , J? j today in official and diplomatic qunr r'flc ten on the nature of Ihe new note ' 1 tproat "iiiermnny. Sufficient of il,s content! '' 'a"!has become known to cause wide tided I Hpr'iil comment on the apparent Ij attacK I determined position taken by lb' P 11 v H I I 'nited Stall s. n "Hi: Orduna Case I mtertaln. a half j , program has been made In Ho party, invsatlsatlnn of the case of Ihe Brit' torpedo without warning. No evian I has been received to establish bey I doubt that ihe torpedo was fired. nd Hill '.until this is available, il was said 'official quarter the case proha . would no! le pressed. None of I inure 111 pajMsager wen awake thi tinie of the attack, and the st department, it is said, is reluctant act on what might be construed partisan testimony such a th st ! tuents of the officer and 1 tew 0 III bli irltlsli vessel. NORDICA'S Wll ADMITTED ATE ItY MORNINd JOURNAL RRECIAL tl New York, July --' Sui ilan today adniilled to of Mm. Lillian Nordlct the sinner. Who died Mat . 1 al I. the Far Fast (OlloWtflg an illness i hrouRht on by exposiire due to ship-; w n ek. Depositions ware read from govern ment authorities of Thursday Island. Wher Mine. Nordic, made th " .1 assertion thai she was in mr nso. mind al the time, contrary t ntati in- nt. of lo r husband, 1 lei t 'I OUng, who Was cut off by the of Hie will, and contested it. the Big iiicrcnse in ICx ports, Washington, July M. - Largs In rrease in export of explosives, Iron and steel manufactures, automobiles, leather, cotton and woolen goods, chemicals, all classes of metal Koods niul foodstuffs are shown by detailed department of commerce statistic for Ma', Issued today. Kaiser Threatens (iermans Working in Shell Factories Bar lilt, Jul Rarvllle.t An -published here the fact that T in factor! 01 i ticularty in the Due inn wut rendei tin nu attention to ;. i mans orking il ountriee, par ti , states, pro toe the enemy, a bit to arueecu- tion (or treaaoB, undi r itaragraph ss r the itial cod Lvenalisitia ste-h as- Another p ; . ode authot i la-jftsf ..f such i I, nil, ,1 nitron I rapn ot m.- penai proset utlon hi ihf i a even a hen com d it is understood courts w di ii ot eed Scri HOW WOt 1 I ' I.I KM x N Kl M il si t ii oVrHNDEHH? ; the 1 ierntan pent prosecution (01 II working in facto on I7.uu; erman United applies ecetved i states hu h i'n I (or enemy counti her,- too late ton thorltattve comma Official wh i I not sc,. how ii niiLTlu I"' the st .ati'H and thi German from fatherland. It the offense w pri fn i mhi oi somi their provemem m ut i, i ion has been so marki o-sicians attending him shite farm annotim ed further bulletiiiM wouli itvs t hi re should be a Worse, I nfhvmmal Ion wound In Prank' thr d thai t ,,i th toiiiuht I be iss change from ii Prank hi and t'dei Summary of War News ol' Yesterday nes. ot operations mm in ion sw ma t he east' t n thca.li i o( i hi war, par cularly In Rufglan Poland. Tht re is little In the official tate cut issued from ncneral heudquar r.s at Pi irogfgd t itfadli t tin- aims set up b the AutroGerman, K there are indications In all 'hl immunicationii that (Ighting HI a est di speratc nature I in prOi ni that the Itugalana though ( n it. are resisting With detern In the drive lowartl the full Hal, the Russian hfi been p hack on the I doine-N.idaiv.y n Which they sit with mi tlyi rod. Berlin d of General vot thi- Russians tvangorod to 1 capital and Is the stronghold uiK.lv occupy, 1 Ig ib fciises of I v a ngo- ' lares that th WO) rll b h i - nto the (ortr iriny Iven of 1 In 1 To the norm on 1 ; heavy dghtlng ha oi the Cosack have N ! in the neighborhood ! Russians claim to 1 Tight hank of Ihe I ! ponenta. j Between the Vlatu innd in lb' Lublin " reanrotlveh ot Fish Hired in t., he making steady pro latter haVlng stormed and Russian posit loll over a w i A dispatch 1 1 "in th' A It t quarter say 'be offensive Austro-llermuti arrolea in land is proceeding with m regularity and thai althougl stans m e . tinging d perate nosltions. tbev are I I ll Po- Hike The Russlanf arc talgn l aaaum 1 the other 1 tensive mi with Gorlt has develt 111" lo ses (act that have been pi d la 1 g proportions Hid ian b 11 Itlie Ha day. The Autftrlgn in 1 ounti r- it- tack succeeded in regaining poaltlotu ; which tiny h.oi previously lot. m Italian i gaged a (ighting has be Doberdo 'I lo I fighting of i along thai opt with the I" SV) Kiins, wl not ceased their cannonade h nnth of time since the war The A m I a nt note to i w hich is declared in I tie fl of the United stales not ' i nn reference t. its rllthls, (urthOr IransL'i he. II di p ih rlin, An Interesting fact in conn. . 1 1 m with the Herman submarine warfare Is contained In a, dispatch from I. on don which sats thai for the week end ing July ft, not a British ship, or fishiiiK craft was sunk bt German siibnuiriaeH. erulserti or mines- t to first Install, c of the kind llnci the t a r ;an. ALLIES SUFFER HEM LOSSES ON DARDANELLES T British to ires ula Aie Constantly Under Fite, TURK STRATEGY IS COSTLY TO ENEMIES Invaders Lined Into Partly Abandoned Trenches Only tn Rn QltrtiAAtod tn Rain nf Deadly Bullets, j Berlin, .it , erton, . I last weal i have be mimed on the part of consid' rahle, Atti t llerj to support Iheli cd on Jnlv T in tin infantry , helllns of their own lunches, he Turkish artillery continues to acute. New batteries hate been iiLiht upon the Asiatic Shore and the roar of Beddul Bahr, andalnce 8 hate caused heiivy losses n n oid material to the allies, whose ips nu! liases are now constantly ler tile s. v en ammunition depots tile allies Well' I'Nplodeil during period Horn July li to July 111. I was din principally to the lite Turkish batterle on tpa Asiatic hi. Again! these batteries the ill. it oi I he alllt " is powerless and attack on them from sea is prc- ltd by ii' e, ording sill. marines, untied British I'll interview!' sol- . it nng lit , h ellli run -II I iitlti ih 15 I I. IMs t.ool) I'lllH.ltl ,ss on, July ' - (8 p. in.) The 1, poii received from General Sir la 1 1 hlef 0 lamilton. commander m ,. British expeditionary (. Dardanellea, recounting in up P. yesterday, Was might hi t he offtoln 1 pre (ollow: Sir I in Hamilton reports northern section of op. 1 - Idins party rushed .a he Hold of our line din II ol .hilt I I, All tile ell .opt one who was killed, p.i an anti-alrcrad kuii bureau, It "1 lenera I that In the at ions a n trench on 1 Ing the nig ill July IV a loi at i d a ml id from one ttjlh tl in Tin lit some II tin ade attach en. lieu then ronsn hsi dat u: ress, dii lit nslgnlf Irani iiiok wua A on llu Hem b pall o a ' held by tbo I I loll ! r In both sei S has la en active ' -.ii om 1 rv POINT ON II 'in VI I Tin id are 111 tin. have islrlyeh, dl feats II eporl to 1 ta ken e port a of hired British B Hie SEGREGA l ECH VED O JOUSNAL HRlriA icjseo, Jul) 2 hlef of poiio. location an if Oakl nd odaj . i ! wi minutes w In time ex pll . d his address, is address Wa li his before UtlK led i'b W llll Stesd irked i. ri. legate anruggil )RE APPEALS FDR CROSS ASSISTANCE iiuesls for aid in the Kuropeun wai zone were received today at Red Cro headquarters. German and Austrian prisoner in Siberia want clothing and medicine. They Will be Sent with the consent ot the Russian government ami in eo'opsratlng with ' Chicago Herman Austrian society. French hospitals bate asked for , a nilities of druns, disinfectant and clothing for surgeon and nurses, 'lies will be dispute lied at once. GERMANS ASSER REVENl ISriMONY liiiio arilHj) Chit is". . ed t'hlisllal (ot nn r. acc ' . 1 lt. il toil. . haigaa aga il. ants i I If city i last (all tb now In" "li i onft sued ' trust, limit James I; Prank Ryat voyant tru? .Hi and W lit! bad n d phot ' .1 I I'M "'IU ment f"i po more fully it the ctndulou in . taatimttii: tFIR TO $15,000i000 New York, son, on Il the, $oii. inui. in John i bui ''i veil hoapttal ape ration fo Jameson wa The entire William V J ,vt'K Ills II "1 SITANIA DISASTER CLAIMSANOf HER New ath oi k f tie I film huaband, 1 leori ma ii a (s t urei . non. a hX life pedoed (or tin wh n the Luaitanla ll'lievetl to he I mslhla rn on, apart - it had Mis. w host b menl here shot hersel entoil wa t he act ret I ai.Mtania . -h several a Mstef tt ho was nk. layi of Jol t. ireat Battlo Is in arnJ Austrians Are Reinforcements Critical Positions, no i:o nnshin", . 1 rn a , nrr.iAl i limn wiaii Vi i ill London, Jul) - The official atatente Itotlle. .lull ItM a. un issued by the Italian night says "The situation In '1 1 ml 1 'arm is Unchsngl l I I Hi tile Is. in- so, our oi 1.11 it . il to develop along the whole front front Monte Nero to th the enemy' (raso plateau. I)rplte atlempts to sever our left from tin 1 i t tt lo re Hon and Isonso brldgas, maintained our h vc made i ni several points, we hate , v r Ik iii.i 1 post tHWorl by ad C 1 pt 11 1 itiK a 11 the infi rriedij replat bringing up r ' I be gri III bats l K'l III t VS 1 I MM him n sl I loN s .lull .) "In halt le in Hie 1 K I I with 1111-I ilateatt , artilbi Sol Hie in 'I near Si rail .ii kid Inal posltli Irillissllll f and capt ured tns, Hie ei. 111 ' imit hwsst ern am rate fiitht- ' HI Hie "Ton in f. It but t mi th- develop' Ing, Thro before our enemy aui portion.-, uf pulsed dm "Attack d lulo hand 1 ' it tack fail woe entangti id rwiit tiaterday m ints. int The sums .a .1 in pICCI In .on positions, I fin nk in "Afti have m i loherd ntalned plateau thsir posit as Well as iritis. Of suppoll of Near I'luzii thel south III mil Hi- Tl gin and Itl Ida' 'li D WANTS TD IIJY MACHINE GUNS k, Arlg.. July -' al supei Inti ndent r o it a- ruiir i. I. t'harlea W lianas phoned I lutant tod. It i . general ot t he a rlson offering m pun hre four lino hine nuns fi mil guard, Hill apiec , 11 prolei t - impany at battle bo IliK Hie plnpe .f th NiigalMd Bonora when I w en r.irtatiza and Villa forces Is lin mlnent. The offer was refused as Ih i - belonged to tlic government. ITALIANS CAIN IN BLOODY STRUGGLE ON THE ISON0 RUSSIANS HOLD I IN CHECK, BUI SEVERE FIGHTING ON WESTERN WAR FRONT ill Heaviest Operations of Austiia U't'tl, I Austro-Oerman nriuies continue to I pre the Rutan fafOM dafendlng I Warsaw, bill While they have uiiide Iprogr at some point, they buva I not made ,,m wrlOUl breach ill the I well fortified Inner linos, Th Kiis.-i t'ls hate been pressed I hack to the bridge head positions di ll, th west of Warsaw ami into tin j fortress of tvangorod, further to tlm Southeast mi the Vistula. But, at I these points they are probably In a better position to offer stubborn re : 1st ill. The mad' to their opponents two attacks that are being from th north along the Na- tew titer in field Marshal von Hlndenburg and that which Field Marshal von Macksnssn ih directing frttm the southeast, between the Vis ! tula ual Hun liters, apparently have h. l.l up, or Ihe UWtnani art Ig lor 1111 opportune moment to forward and catch Ihe ItiiNSliMIH, d it he decided to evacuate War- NlHvcssi's o llllllli'd. The Berlin official statement doe tMl claim any alliance (Of von Mack j enaen, while the report, although h stalls thai Ihe Russians have ceased tinir counter-attaoM along the n- reW, does not mention any Hin t ens "i t mi 1 1 nub nliiirK. However, should the Russian, hold Waraavt 11 would lurpriae ihe mill t u t iii-lt Ins In 1 In illii d coiiulrli'4 EUTONIC ALLIES WASnWM jnfjlwh'i have dlvicoiint'd the '"w of the city, attacked (rom nil iidcs M op ponenta possessed o( aupsrlorlty in gun ami munitions, 111 and i-ii . Nicholas, nllhoiiKb aide , to debt ei some 1 lacks and Inflict ; A list i'o-i Iermans, 1 place, consider .'l iiiles. Ihe loss tlngine1 uountsr at -heavy Iomhcs on the KlUSt, In tint first the safety of Ills of which would be much mote serious for Ihe Russians than retirement from tin- Polish capi tal and tin. territory around it. in th.. region of Shavll, on the Im- biss liter, ami on the Miirhiiupol - Kovno road, th German claim a se ries of HticccsHON. but nothing i" "! of the (Ighting near Riga, for which .at in. .iher German army is head" ink'. Seteie Fighting . .1 The Argonne ami th Vosgsi still ne the (cans of die vr fighting n the west. The account from the ippnslng sides are as contradictory M 011, hut 11 would appear thai tbo French re tb,. aggrenor in the os and have mad.' "onie brngrCM ml in. German hate offset this by a sartlall) uoessful offensive In the rgonne, The Italians conlluile Ihclr attack 1 ! 11 Ion the ISOIISO, the battle f"l lb- 11 of Gorlaia and the Carso a assuming, lamer proportions ior men botttg engaged than In previous battle on the Italian The Italian claim to b rrttk platt and inn fron init progress, while up- Austrian con sisieniH report that all attacki have been repulsed. a si (lit iai iocounl issued to night nt ' enl riitiitintf on Hie Oalll- noli oenlnaula Indlcatea thai Hie an- KaKem ni- have been if ralber a liil- id Ho ri 1 it 11 It D RKPOHTH HI sl'l It ill IGHTING London, in 1 Th follow ii I loll WaS Issued dqusi ici s tonight ie disirii t of Shavll, th enemy of Ihe is ' "ie eulralimt on lines West Mttau-Hhavtl road in ihe trans-Nismen district there was dsspsrat (Ighting ysgterday on the river Jissia, southwest of Kovno "on ihe Nare-w front, nes rth Ro many (Rosas) bridge bead, Aesperato engagement occurred. Near nu- vii- I o.. s 1 1 1' Miot.hka and KavkS, in tbo oiirse of a nicks tell 111 countisr-attack on and abn d 111'' I n a liri man 1. -Nad.'i defei.Ke front and 1 1 1 angorod. Th,. battle betwssg the Vistulaana the Bug tr- ten) it again gaaunted a itin dsspergt ohargcte Th sjwmy la roncentrstlng bis principal effort in the direction of BaUttS. Fratniki. I Volslavll.e and GrOtlboChoffi several villages on iho hclkltts ciiiinitliik hsndl nxiiln and again, i m lb" Bug Hiere has hee fieri e fighting from Kryiow to Dobrotvor. On an extended (ron( above Bokal we elegrod Hie tlitht bank of the Hiik of Ihe enemy and took about 1,100 prls I oner In tin lllaj;,, of I'olnur.llUu." .Ill I IIM III INI. I I.I NOW i oi i. it i n l,l NS I dine. .Inlf :.'L' (via Purl. 4 p iin i The battle "f Hiii ixia and Cargo I pi. He, ,u l sasumlni ureal proportions, prom Oradlsa sud Gormon th itai- lan are atlatklitK th" Podknra and Sabotlnn mountain, which although on llu- iiu'ht l.ank of the ISontO, domi nate Gorixla An Itnliau conllng" nt is holding I'lavla anai't-1 constant Austrian attache, ami forcing their way against Monte Zatito. These in. unit. .ins furrri the greatest defenses of QornUS- The lop of Podgota la