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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING J OURNAL.
CITY EDITION CITY EDITION Sunt. uxrm ykak ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1915. twilly hr farrier r Mall, aOo a Month. Sine- -I ... So. ITTER FEELING SI HOSMTELL NOW BEING REMOVED M FAIR OFFICER Strenuous Work By R, E, Put ney Succeeding in Bringing About Better Understanding of Exposition Scope. FOX PROMISES TO URGE LOW RATES FOR CADETS Everything Possible Will Be Done to Permit Students at Militaiy Institute to Attend isplay, fSHCIAL DISPATCH TO MOSNINQ IOUSN A L 1 (teswelt, x. m.. Aug. 10. Arriving in Ituswell at noon today from Ama rlllo, President it, B. I'm m y. of the , vv M.-xico state fair commission, plunged at once Into the work of In tsreattng the authorities and the peo ple of Chaves county in the fair to he held in Albuquerque in Octobci mid impressing upon them the neces sity of I'hav.s county having an ex hibit of Ite splendid resotir. is at that time. While in Amurilln y. sterduy. M Putni y . ailed upon 1 lenerai .Man F. C Fox, of the Santa ft rail- tnd that official promised to I every pressure to hoar upon the railroad egdeta o atituie i trip in lUthorttles to secure for the the New Mexico .Military In very low rate for the round Ibuquerque so that the bat- tH lion might he able to attend the fair in a body. reeling Being Changed. Prom the outset Mr. Putney en countered a ationg feeling of hostil ity lo Albuquerque and to the fair on the part of a considerable number of RoaWell pcnple but after earnest con teraatlana with many of them, in Whtck the state fair president ex plained the situation from every an gle, this feeling seems to he gradually disappearing and tonight there is every prospect thai the county com- Ribs era will make an appropi la m m rovidt for ati esrHtili of the reaion, that she and the Pecos val ley have been badly treated by the NMI Of the stale and that Koswell par ticularly liu been badly treated by Albuquerqtie. The citizens have not forgotten the occasion three years ago v I -1 1 promlags were made thai Al but,ueriue would send a delegation Of not less than a hundred to the Retail Merchants' convention here and Ifter elaborate preparations made for the entertainment of number only one Atbuqueri howed up. other instances at. by Hie business men heie of they nil the "nnggishness" of querque and her unwillingness n fOnbte other cities of III.' state elwaya insisting (hut other cities when were that Alba , pat while shall "Vou people on th ihe mountain don't rci Mexicans. You thlnl longhoined Tex.ms ai New inly stale. Not City, Fair. In combatting' this feeling Mr. Put ney has laid stress on the fact that 'he- is to l a state fair, not an Al kuqnt nine fair, and that Albuquer 'liu 's pint i n s only incidental, due I" Ihe faet that it Is Ihe largest and na si centrally located city in the jdate, He has pledged them with all 'he vigor at his command that this is to be a fair for the whole slate and DtOl I n- the first time in the history f sbue fairs in New Mexico Chaves county will have a real opportunity '" advertise her resources to advan- 1 limes county cannot afford to hold aloof, is the argument he Is making. With herds of registered dairy cattle anil livestock that cannot he excelled in the I nlted States, with rapidly growing markets In apples which 00W amount to seven hundred cars a year oiil peach shipments of six hundred us a year, with wool shipments mounting to four and a half million Pounds a year, with the finest and Hchegi agricultural country In all the JOUthwsst, with the llvest city in all BeW Mexico as Its center, it would be almost a crime for Chaves county not M) show the rest of the world what hc has. Is his plen. This argument having its effect and a distinctly better feeling prevails in regard to ths bur tonight than when Mr. Put bfy arrived In the city hStVes I- Prosperous. In common with all the rest of the Pecog valley Chaves county Is enjoy g increased prosperity this year and thl Etoswell products exposition whhh Immediately precedes the state fair Promises to he a. revelation to the people who see It Pusiness In P-ns-U has been splendid and hnnk clearings shnw a steady and healthy Increase from month to month. The tty now has four banks with com- Tlll lt HORKCAflT. Washington, Aug. 10. New Mex ico- Wednesday fair, except proh- local showers north portion: I huri.iy ueilerallv fulr j bin.-.l deposits of marly throe. million j (dollars .iml a combined capital of j f, -..v. nuo. Muni.'ial improvcmoMta have gone forward steadily nd evi dence nf ihr progiossiveness ..f the people are mim nn every side. The I Padl crop is tiie beat in ten years and in evety i.th.'r liii.' there is talk f nothing Inn irosi.'rity. Mr. Putney plans to arrange for a I merlins of . itizens tomorrow or next 'lav al which it is expected that the a-: 01 a meeting of the county mlsslonus Will he Mk(4 f'" With ew i ' iiinke an appropriat ion for MIDI iN STILL HAS TION, IS FINDING PSCIM LtASIO WIRI 1 - The time is n -hi, el co-operHlu and consumers f middleman with he high cost of H St. ripe f betwe eliltill View wclal committee of living lias in tat farmers ore prices, that the (leased nia not obtain! middleman criticism b pies, lit remedy is recommended by the COBS I mitt. e. it auggesta, however, no-op-1 I era t Ion among farmers legislation by 'various states, voluntary organizations I 'of local dealers ami education of oon- i u mere, Resolutions endorsing the Mlamlitie i i hill in congress for pensioning civil I service employes In the postal de i partment were adopted Regulation of dancing was oonstd- j red at an executive meeting but no I action was taken, as it was thought j I to I e a local issue. EFFORT TO FREE TWO TERRE HAUTE CONVICTS (V MOWNINJ JOURNAL tPICIAI Ll.llfl I Rl Leavenworth, Kan., Aug. 10. A habeas corpus suit asking the release ot Hairy S, Montgomery and lohn ' Green, convicted in the Ti'rre Haute election frauds case and now serving; terms in Ihe federal penitent inn . was tiled in the United States district court here late today. Montgomery, who formerly was presides! Of ths Tern.' Haute hoard of public works, was sentenced to three years. Green WOS a merchant who served as an elect ion inspector and was sentenced to two years. The petition alleges that the com- mltment papera ate void because there is no ihe prisoners was noi wllh United State in 'he courts allil Judgment against ml tiiat the Indictment I be .jurisdiction of the and only recognizable f Indiana. I Whole Retiremei 3d W ost System; Ger-j it Million Men in lldlls) IU Efforts to Capture City, j (V MORNIN JUUNNAL tSfcC'At. HAftfP WIRI London, ing, 11 (8:M a. m.) Tl Warsaw correspondent of the Time who , ft the city with Ihe last of tb Russian troop", has senl to ha , from Peti ogratl lb. lyvln patch: ! "The capture of ! edly re pres. tits t h I achievement in th, Warsaw undniiht l.rcatest German war and ii would l be stupid to minimise the character of l the campaign or Hie btavery of the Uerman soldiers whose sacrlllces placed thi in in possession of the goal for which they suffered approximate ly a million casualties in I'1" space of a year, on the other hand it would be stupid lo exaggerate the import ance of Warsaw "The city was lost, not through the defective generalship ot Inferiority of the Itttssian army, hut solely through the inability of Itussia to convert its vast resources QUtckl) to the lists of war. The evacuation of Warsaw was carried out from beginning lo end Without the slightest confusion, pane . demoralisation or discouragement. Fur two weeks an unending train of transports passed in orderly proces sion from the city, removing every thing which might he of value to the lerraana, ' There was no storming of the city, for the RuSSlStlS blew up tin- bridges at :i o'clock in the afternoon, b Qermani did not arrive on the snw side of the river until 3 o The Itusslans played their gun tually up to the last minute at it th. Wat clock s vlr d thi last shrapnel shell. Then they re tired in go.nl order, leaving Hi.- Qer mani to enter an undefended city. "The army throughout acted on symmetrical plan following a time ta ble yi conjunction with all the forces from Qaiicta lo the Haiti, which ena bled them to remain until tin last mo menl, to take the maximum toll It no the enemy and still escape intact ready to fight on Indefinitely ' Tight nlng on Pas-ports Washington. Aug. 10. RUSSIANS QUIT WARSAW WITHQU LEAST DISORDER following th. tightened h- and the stat ranged tO hi comply. had of her allies, has PSSSPOTI regulations department has ar- i rl,i.n . redentials FIERCE BATTLES E! ATTACK SLAVS Resistance and Counter Offen- MOVEMENTS AGAINST FORTRESS REPULSED Sevei ghtlng 'Is Continuous iral Points, Russians trig Advance of the Stubbornly, e r V M.IMNII Potrogrs PtCIAI . I.HD 1111 in (via I oniion .) The follow nut ilga, Monday fighting, "e .ill 1 1 prolan . i e support tlllery, After and the tot- tacks although they I by powerful heavy a imbata ths same night BH Ing day ill the n the region Of direction ol Wwlnak Schoenberg, Pone .mir (northeosl of my yielding- to our t.. fail back leaving it inn prisoners, sev -ns and ammunition munok Kovno i imi ui to liomso, Bntadowa and Oatrow, ues- pel ate actions continue. Out artil- lerj repulsed the (ierman offensive against Novoseogricv.sk along the left bank of the Vistula. in the direction of Mibltn and LukOW, on the right bank of the Vie prz, the enemy delivered an offensive Monday afternoon which was stop ped, notwithstanding ths psrslgtoncy of Ihc attacks. On the roads to Vln dova we, Saturday, repulsed an at tack made under cover of asphyxiat ing gases. "in the Dniester region al the mouth or the stripa, the Auitrlana made a local attack Sunday. The lighting here emu inin s. 'tin the oihei sc. tins of Ihe CUUre front there have been no important collisions." ni'KM s IM l li l 8K I 111 IH I I VI l I I RKH poirogruii. ng iii (via London, Aug'. II.) The wat office tonight Is- d Ihe following statement rcgnrd- the fighting in the Caucasus. the Passlne valley, ig the sperale Memhe iptU red lie etle to the lr It i. mh Pa whii furl sp all. . Il ithdrew In dli south. In Ihe direction ol river our troops, nut Euphn suing t Ii. I t eal ing Turks, took possession of Pa lantchen after fighting, capturing two cannon, a quantlt) Of cartridges ami arms and a caravafl of camels ami making prisoner ihe commander of a regiment of Infantry besides tour other officers, our pursuing columns are making fresh prisoners ecus - U STHO-Ol KM VX8 I. MM TO ll K B11AVS IV TB P Auertain Headquarters, Aug. it (via London, Aug. in, g p. m,) Opera lions in the soul hweslern angle ol the battle front In Poland, eastward ol Ivangorod are rapidly placing the Russian Ivangorod army in an em barrassing position, The victory ol Archduke Joseph Ferdinands army at Lubertow enabled the Aiistrlnns lo 1 1' i t he nature 1 lit t ret real It. Ivangorod, eastward ami throw force act oss Ihe turnpike from Iv Korod lo Hrest-l.ltoVSk. The A ust m l lermaiis under Gnu on Wo.vrsi h, who crossed the Vll 1st ll - BUC- llus- la ninth of Ivangorod now hav cseded in breaking through tb. sian defenilv lines to the north, leav ing the Russians only a narrow open log northeastward through a diffi cult country- of tWomp and scrub for ests. A day or two will show Wheth er they will he able to accomplish this without the heaviest losses. AEROPLANE SQUADRON WORKS WITH ARTILL 'T MOtNINI "lUKN-l SPECIAL I . WISH I.awtoti, okla., Aug. 10, The firit flight of the United States aeroplane irjuadfOg made on the Fort Sill res co ition (urly tonight was entirely nuocesafni. Klght machines are on the ground ami will be used all sum mer, according to present plans, In connection With the s'hoo1 for field artillery. This is Ihe first tune in the history of the United States army, It s claimed by officers here, that aefO planet have been used in con nection with artllterjr. Thr ma chines and aviators recently Were brought here from Sag Diego, calif, iiritisii Dewotuies1 Dcatrnyed. London, Aug. 16 (X P. rn.) The l'.ritlsh torpedo boat destroyer I, vox was sunk in the North sea yesterday as the result of striking a kilns, go cording to an official announcement mndS thk evening by the llrltish press bureau. Four officers and tiventy-two of Hie crew were saved. OCCUR WHENEVER AUSTRO- MIN Summary of War News of Yesterday' Ksvept in the region of Km where! th. Germans evidently ... checked, the German and I usirlau heats are still moving forward age last ihc IttutKUina in tlo n efforts to drive th.-m from 'he Halt,, province and i" iiaiiii Their progress i no being mad unhindered, however, for the M nsnnrilri eoutloui to fight ilirm vi ciously at various points in fear guard hat ties the X new in the gov cl mucin of Ijiini 00, has heen captured, the fortress of Kovno is being llii. au in .1 and ilna. capital of the gOVU-rnlW in of the sane- name, and which Ilea some 321 miles northeast of Warsaw, Is being tvacu-1 gated by the civilian population. The drive of the Teutons e nun1 ami southeastward to the north d Warsaw, direct) eaal uf that city and to the south of the e.isl h.'Uk of the Vistula, still is iii progress, while In Ion tetweei the Vistula md HuK and slong ihe vieprs tiie Rus stuns continue to tall back before the oncoming Teutonic allies, Field Marshal Sir John Fien h, the Britlth commander ui in.- west, an nounces the evacuation of a slight portion of the terrain captured a Hooge, Belgium, Monday. This, he says, makes no niatciial difference in the British line as the other captured positions have h.en organised and arc being hi Id. Klsewlu re on the line In Belgium and franco commrtt calm prevntta I Artillery engagements an attacks b the Italians and Ian the Austlo-ltali.ill f'ollt I infantry us, nans are going Ion in the same manner iney nave jbeen for weeks past, with each side' Claiming victories or repulses of at- I tin ks al Isolated points. For the allies on th" Galllpol! pe- jnlnaula, Gen. Mr Ion Hamilton re ports a gain of MO yards over a fronl Of 3"" yards near Kritbia, tne cap ture of a hill near Sari llarl and a nW landing of nllied forces at some unnamed point on ib- penmeuia, on- I Stanttnople admits two landings b) the alius, tine of these was north of Art Burnu where "a slight advance" was made under the protection of the jfrenoll fleet. The other was al Ka Irachall, near the head of the Gulf of . Saros. Here the alii. 1 are declared to hay. been dispersed. The Germans have launched W" other air raid on the east coast of i England with Beppellns, ami allied I airmen have attack. . i with bombs two towns In Havaria In the ra ill on England fourteen persons are said to haVS been killed and fourteen in jjured, while iii one of Ihe Havarinn 'towns eight were killed and two 'wounded A Zeppelin which had been engnu1 d Kngland in the was de iiicral i Inal have Mel with disaster. The auxil iary cruiser India has been sent lo the bottom off Ihc Swedish coast by n German submarine and the torpedo boat destroyer l.vnx has I ecu sunk In the North sea be coming in Contact with a mine The United states government in a note to the A nstro-Hungarian gov ernment dealing with the exportation of munitions of war to enemies ol' the Germanic nllic'. rejects the Conten tion of ihe Vienna governmem' that auch action 1- not in conaonanca with Ihe definition ! neutrality." ARTILLERY FIRE jins of Village of Hooge Held v But Ti enches in Nearby Fields Arc Evacuated When Untenable. l-otiijon, A iik. It (slid P m. John French, commander-in-chief Ihe British forces in France and I! glum in a report given out today I be Official pregg bureau, saya I isriiish troops have withdrawn tr their line south of Hooge. mar V.V inn hav tniolidated the village Hooge. The report Of Field Marshal Ffer follows: "Norl bwesl .f H OOge llllll the j mills id Ihe village Itself we have Mm Isolidated the ground gained yesterday, 'repulsing one weak Infantry attach during the night Yesterday afternoon I there was no Infantry lighting, but there was a violent artillery engage I menl as a result of which all the trenches In Ihe open ground soulh of ! Hooge beeame untenable by either Side, and we base now slightly With Itlrawn the position of our line which lay south of the village. "Thl makes no material iirifer. nee to our position. , "The total number of prisoners cap tured by us yesterday yvas I r.ft." ITALIANS TO ORGANIZF UArlUntU rUol I lUINO - ISMIWS ISIISMULSeSeill msis eiSSl tfdlne, Aug. ! (v'a Paris, Aug. 10 Information hs raaehed Udms that General Cadi. trie, the Kalian com-inunder-in chief hna decided not lo resume the offensive on a bug.- scale until his troops are wdi settled ahd organized In Ihe p oupiod. The losses of 111 wounded alone ar.. tl report. 11,1 reached a total of BRITISH FORCED FROM GROUND BY PAN-AMERICAN DIPLOMATS IET TO PERFECT PLAN Not liaSSadOfS IS tO DO v . . , r r LCiUlPI 01 C. tl I. 1 1 f UC j Wn-inin Qnniliorn Rci I iuiii outlined i nt , lUTrDuPtmnu lf NO INTERVENTION IS REMOTELY INTIMATED Mors Ai nbargo : Aims ainst Shipment of i Disturbers and Fina pport ContemDlatedi assembling here tomoi i ' 1 boasadom and ministers of the am or si South governments .,! Central Am. i i. an Hid the secretary ol state of the Unit- d states, a definite inter-American ifforl will be pul into operation to re letabllsh peace In Mexico by friendly mgaiu ami lo restore ihc revolution- lorn country to its accustomed place in the American tl tally III I if nations concerned The !wlth L p, first step In features of agreed upon conferees, nplalcs a hii -onselenees of nil factions has been pre- y hi. h wet unanimously last week between ihe first tl,.. plan contei I pre me appeal to the c the Mexican leaders of : and polii ical groups. It I pared, ami. after minor changes In phraseology are dlacussed tomorrow, probably will he dispatched Innne.li- a taly, a rsasonabla nun lew week: ansn ei ti perhaps. I. in.; allowed for .no be received pcnl Is Musi Polite, The appeal will be brief, phroaad and transmitted in ati originally wrtttSK by one diplomats. It will show clea tb. s. vera i governments wh ef, politely in Upantah one Of the bally thai WhOM am 1 1 oik with it, linve no iridic In to impair I ass, idols a nd mill istel s Ihe si cretary of stale sign pmpose to interfere in i fernal nffairs of Mexii ... her sovereignty or to show preference for one leader as against another. It will be an etoquenl petition that the Mexican leaders participate In or send delegates to a convention or confer ence to be held on neutral ground in Mexico, for the pUfpoM Of creating a provisional government that oafl be accorded moral rapport ant) formal re ognltion bj ail the Americas its tea No Thn Ills in Note. Am. rlcun countries is given If the suggestions made ale declined, all considerations being for the time b ing subordinated m the primary pur pose, the final appeal to the patriot ism of ail Mexicans to redeem the prestige of the nation before the world and to show whether. Indeed Its lenders seek persona! aggrandize ment or the tine welfare of then While Ihc appeal that in to go forth will not specify the actual course thai Is In be followed. Ihe conferees have laken into consideration all the pos sllulitics of th. situation, II' any fac tion or group falls lo attend Ihe peaci conference those leaders or delegates o will be expected lo proceed I woo i oe i.isk in selling up ,1 govern ment thai can be recognised, Willi j.",' ccogiilllon an embargo on arms would be dei lared by the I'nlled si, 'I. I agaliol all other contending groups and such moral support given to the new government as would eitsV aide ii, through the rehabilitation of lis finances, to equip a force large r enough to crush armed opposition, simply Helping l i-lcnds. Ihe al I ll lull- of ll illlelees is thai f their governments need exert no pies SUN bill simply will continUS to stand I las helping friends, willing, If Invited, ,;io u i iii any practicable manner to I I bring I he b adt r- of t he - go bar tor t he discussion I I problems. Tl reatlon Isloual government thai - faction lo ol lllell own of a provi ould evontu "Hon Is th. ally conduct u general ehi. f object, one of the chief features of the plan so fur as wor.-d out Is lhal It ami lo aOi OmpliSh peace In Mexico Without aimed inlet Mill Ion. The means to be used are consideie.l prop riy in accord with International custom - -1 be exeielse ol a right to r. -i fuse or extend recognition to a gov lerninent Is determined first upon whether ll gives promise of being able to comply with International ohllga Itions. By using this power of rtCOg nltlon Judiciously, the American eoun I tries hope lo soke lie .Mcxbaii llob llem within Ihe next two months To morrow iin- conference win he taken up with a discussion of the situation Trom the first step, the distribution of the appeal throughout Mexico The SSSSlon i.robahlv will be ad- TO AID MEXICO DUmsd tomorrow night. Mill AN. si Mis MINING TO UtOl pii I si iha'i' Buenos Aires, Aug. 10. I lr. Vlclo iiin de la pMSi president of Argon inn, has received a telegram from jeli. VenustiaQo Carrafunt. first chief f the Mexican constitutionalists, h ch asserts that the Washington ..inference, should it decMfcj to i fore in Mexican affulrs. would out an unparilonatdc err.n '.Vrgeiilinu." Hays tile disput. h. made herself an accomplice i ei urn against ein race Which I ktj MS) help to bring on a WS Won iw.. American nation ha i. M sag , t. eh. ill "I ll de l'la.i. 11. naul iliat Argentina was taklntt part in the conference with the intention of respecting aieattcan sovereignty He added that th. coRfereoec hod Us missed every fa. lot win. I, tended to int. i fere with MeM.itu interuul af- fairs, eapedallj even plan looking i i aimed iniei cut ion The Mgaagga added thai ths con fcren c was working with the i lea of maintaining Pun-Amci e an solidarity ami that instead ol bSing al. run i tb. Knaii people Rln.iild look upon the conference a- i sign of frendship and as pro f of its desire for in., greni ness of Mexico CAMPAIGN AGAINST 'SONG 01 HATE' STARTED T MOHMNQ JUUHNA, Al'k. ll I (Atlll WlNI li.rlin, Aug II iWa la.ndon, lu;:i p. m.) A campaign ngalnat Hmeetl tussuuer's "Song of Hate" against i England has I n si.uieil bv the Co logne Volks KeltuiiK. n I'.ithulU or Kutt whh h deni tn.is the ex. lusion of ths song from ka Intended for the) The paper declares It would Be a p. il li'lltoUS Condition it at a lltlle of inlei national hltternesa. even the youth of a nation weie taught to cherish hatred. I'he Herliner Tagehlatl nnd otlt.r influential asnjrapaperg have endorasd ths demand voiced by the Volks Zol tung-. Herr Uaoauar yvas decerated k Emperor William with th,. order of the lied Baffle of the tourtk chvas, al let- Ids song was published in a Mun ich Illustrated weekly. GENT SEARCH FOR MEXICAN BANDITS, I 1ST MORN. NS ....... srsCIAL L.SASSO WISH Itrownavllle, Tex., Aug. 10. Al- 1 1 gh soldiers and posses of citizens, wen searching diligently for Mexican bandits yvho tods) attacked i'niie.1 BiateS cavalryiiu-n near MetfOedeSt T.-x.. about twenty-fivt miles north of the Texas-Mexican boundary, no word j had come here nought of the result i of the search, on,. Mexican yvas killed In right near Mercedes. were trailing thr The searchers still bandits (onlghl In Cameron ami Hidalgo counties and Qennrai sir inn Hamilton, comman pews of snothei conflict wan expected danf-lh-chtef of the lintish forces, momentarily, "Else here," General Hamilton's rc- Taday's tight occurred west of the I port continues, "a freah landing has nrevlouah dlaturbed -one. indicating. Itman successfully effected anil con- it Is believed here, that tin rc are sev eral on a lilo nd of Mexican nil lawless campaign ramie valley. rying .'V er OBJECT OF NEXT Teutons Not So Anxious to Crowd Russians Out of Po land as to Extend Lines to Northwest, Says Petiogiad. S. MOSN.NO JOUSNAt SSVCIAL I Pel l o'.' t ad. A llg , Hi I I i via London, p. m.)-The next seri ous blow of iin- tiermati forces is ex pected lo fall 111 the Battle region lines the capture of W.itsaw Die Ger man operations in that dtstrioi have been of Chief Interest here Appar ently Ihc invaders are not anxious lo crowd iin- Russians out of Poland, but rather are expending I heir effmis ,, strengthening their wine-. The naval attempt to gain control of Ihc Gulf of I; simtillaiienusly wiih iin pressing eastward of ihe land Ices toward Ft icdrlohsladl, fortj six miles soul liwaril or Itlga and Hie only railroad outlet from Hot port, hits convinced military authorities that the Germans contemplate early resunipt Ion in thai legion. The swgmpy nature or the country Imme diately to Hie soulh or ittgu renders control of tin- approaches from the easl essential for success. The Itus slans iii f.occ .in opposing stubborn ly the gdvanes of the Oermsns la this direction on the other hand the advance of the i b i inaiis toward Vilknnilr on the roads b a ling In Hie direction of Vilna in the government 'if Kovno has i;y quai lers irnpl io I'll llSe to Hie belli! In Mollll thai Ho- Invaders may all press on lo Vilna, Riga is being bombarded bv aero piams almost dally, a civil guard of .'1, 0 oil men, similar to that organised iii vVsrsas befori in capture, is ready lo lake over police duties should cuatlon of Ihe city become neces sary. ALLIED AVIATORS DEvSTROY ZEPPELIN, 1ST M.ISMINS JOURNAL SStCIAL LIASIO WISH Palis, Aug. 10 ( I ll : f p. m. I A ill I lialeh io the llavas agency from Paris -ays "Allied aviators deal roved a Zeppe lin all' hip near Plend this morning no y.eppi'iin was first attacked bv a Prlilsh aviator, who, according to In formation reaching here, succeeded In seriously damaging Ihe dirigible ami Its ileslruellnii was completed by French aviators from Dunkirk." BALTIC REGION GERMAN DRIVE TO CAPTURE THE DARDANELLES IS CHIEF OBJECT ort Commences Which Brit ish Believe Will Bring Suc cess to Russians Sorely I ZEPPELINS MAKE RAID ON COAST OF ENGLAND taly Understood to Be Ready to Co-operate for Capture of Constantinople and Gain Entrance to Black Sea, lV MOSNISS JOUSMAL UL .I.HD WINS I... ii. Ion, Aug. 10 ( 10 20 p. 111.) The loiniiii ii.-enii nt of new and greater ef (Ol Is to tofOS the I'iird.Uielles and thus bi Ing succor to the Itusslans who aro j still being hard pressed by the Austro. I Germans in eastern Poland and the Haiti, provinces, and at the same time I to influence the llalkan stales, to gether wild a BeppellQ raid on the it coast of Kngland, in which four- ! H en persons Were killed and fourteen Wounded arc Ihe effects of war news tonight. I'.. r some time the news from the ' Dardanelles from the British stand point has ben more cheerful. While no details ol' the operations there have I . . ii given ...il I he public has been allowed to learn that the hope for a successful issu,. in the fighting on the Turkish peninsula was brighter. New Attack on Turks. The renewed attempt against the Turkish positions, which apparently la In lull swing, seems to be a concerted rue. Attacks are being made at the ill. of the peninsula, along the Ko thin road, where a, gain of 200 yards on a front of Soo yards hus been made. I "nd at nan nan, wners an important 'est has heen occupied, according to .1. i bi, progies made. Thin ..Hid ing eviib ill ly was g surprise to the Turks, as 830 prisoners, a number of Kiins and a iniai.llly of materia material" SrS de. lared lo have been taken by the j I Irltlsh forces-. Location of Atlanta, I A Turkish official report supplies i be localities of two landings Ac i . ot, ling to tills, forces were pul aahore ! in the environs of Karaehall, a town i n the road which skirts the north shore or the Guir of Hurns oppoaite ! the neck of the Gtsllipoll peninsulii. j and near Arl Hurnii. Tills latter place, ail hough It la not shown on available ! maps, Is b' lievSd to be at Ihe foot of i Sari Hair, Just north of when, the I Austrian! are holding a utrong posl- ! Hon. At Arl Burnu Hie Turks admit that the landing was sti. cessfully carried out, but they claim to have dispersed the troops Which came ashore near Knrachall ll Is believed in military Circles hers that the landing at K ir.i ehnli whs only a feim lo disguise the real Intention of (he allies, although I it Is suld that the pulling ashore uf a 'sir. nig force at this point might re i suit In their working uround and cut I tlttg the Turkish main line of ounmu- lib . il km,; wllh the Gulllpoli icnlnsula jabovs the Bulalr line across the neck of t he peninsula. Oiily Way lo hi Itussia. Tb.. foiling or ihe Dardanelles i lealize.l by Hie military clitics hero to be or ihe greatest importance for they assert that it Is 11, e only way that tin- allies can render immediate aid lo RUMlS and repay her lor the great sacrifices she has mads for the .. on moll cause. In addition, It Is believed by the military observers lhal success here would bring th Balkan slates definitely over to the side of Ihc quadruple entente powers In the win Holy Is understood to In prepared to lend a hand In the I tin dandles operations, Zeppelin is Ihnsteoyed, tfl llielr latest aerial raid over the English i 1 1 a s I Which occurred Mon day night and this mcrntBgi the G. i msm lost on.. .t ihe Zeppelin air ships which look part in It. Il Was Sttaoked by gun fire Sfhilf on Its re turn bolhg after having dropped bombs and was so seriously damaged lhal il fell nil., the sea and was towed into Oslend, Belgium, where allied airmen attacked and destroyed it. It II believed that fottl1 or tivS airships lonl. pan In the raid, A dispatch Hi. m Holland Nays thai five mole airships passed over that country going In a northwesterly di reotlon Hus morning so lhal another ill i d la spected to other which in Kngland has been prevailing would, ll was believed, prevent the SCcppellna from coining last nlKhl and this morning, but their appearance i ii Ui. '.in s lhal oi'dlnury adverse weather conditions are not a detri m. nt io then, There was a big storm on the east coast today, however, and thla might make u dangerous for airships to vis it that locality tonight. Itusslans still In Danger. The A ust ro -Germans are siowiv i losing in mi the portions of the llus iii armies which remain on the pol ish ab. nt. Their Wide, outflanking 1 1 1 1 .y fluent in Ihe north purt of the OF ALLIES NOW