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CITY CITY EDITION EDITION ,n lTH TEAM , VI. No. 01. HORRORS OF WAR STAND FORTH IN ; BOLD RELIEF AI CAPTURED CITY German Shells Make Fortress of Novo Georgievsk a Seeth ing Furnace; Thousands of Piisoners Taken, SURROUNDING PLAINS LIT BY RED GLARE O'Donnell Bennett Gives Graph ic Description of Desolation Wi ought on Russian Strong hold by Kaiser's Men, (Hy .1 WH S (OXNi:l,T. IIFNNT.TT) .. 1 'H'.: lly The CtllSSgQ Tribune.) i lorgievsk, Hiissia, Aug. 20 (Midnight, Uy Courier to Warsaw and iiv Military Telegraph to Berlin.) The fortress of Novo (ieorgievsk is 11 roaring furnaee. The hamlets around the forts nne bedded with live 1. ..its and Hie biirraeks, chapel, bake houses, ainl armory buildings, stretoh , ,l along the heights, a hundred feet above He' waters of Hi- Narevv Bld tli, Vistula, fire in lla.iies. The lire has reached the munition chambers, and the stores which 'he Russian! cOtlld neither mine nor de stroy are exploding in ceaseless vol leys! Mullets are tlnoWn a hundred tin tram the windows by these ex plosions and come swishing and pat tering dawn among! the trees by the river sale like a hailstorm. , The fir is raglhg for blocks be hind He' walls seven feet thick anil the chill night wind is driving the flames steadily forward and is forc ing tin 111 in crimson streams through the sally purls, ventilators and chlm- Already some of the walls have be gun tu melt and are sinking slowly into the craters created by the fire of ili Austrian thirty and a half ((meter motor batteries. The glare lights up the plain for miles around, add Hie prisoners streaming slowly ;,ei.,s il by a dozen roads turn slow ly nf their weary march to C&toh .tUetpewt rf U nuU li'ijil'U ate'.lae'e this war has brought. Now the lire is breaking from the barre Id and administration buildings ar, lb, othW side of the river. on this '-'lie flumes are moving along wilh jumps from the topmost win dows r the six-story armory on the dlff. ROW 11 Ceaseless rush. The roar of the explosives no long er Cornel in volleys, but in it ceaseless crush. Q ratings constructed of iron luirs as thick as a man's arm are melting and fulling inward to the depths nf (his fortress furnace. The walls are so thick that there lite still some high vaulted passage Way cool enough to enable one to Re through them and thus reach the inside uf the fortress. Taking one of these passages, 1 penetrated to the great pnved court Pfore lb.' garrison church, the gild ing of which catches the glow of the flames leaping from the powder vaults and casemates. .Ins! before the chapel lies a dead RtMSlan soldier. Somebody has had Ihe time mercifully ti throw a coat brer hi! face, but in the glare his out- pread hands show greenish white agaiiisi the cobble pavement He lies litre all alone, forgotten and unbur led, but never had a mar. a more Heroic funeral pyre, ami the emperor trough) Ins hand to the saline when he passed the body. (.crinans Pour Into (lly. Si landsliirm are pouting Into tin courj now currying trusses of straw io 1, ed themselves in the chapel fur the night. one of them stum bles over the dead Russian and an 01 In 1 throws loWD the truss Of straw, bend! over the body, and lays the upon the lot be tr breast si, that imidcd by the litlly feel. s rolling upward to the del tl ivver where the r.ci i tosh flying. I passed two Hussion burses; the only clean women 1 have een in two days, mid a Russian offi cei uf ttie field hospital, and asked Hi'in what madness prompted the dding of the wounded on the edges ol this rearing h,-ii of ammunition, "It was a. mistake," he replies, names Menace to Uonmhsl. Whether ony of the WOUBded are "till In peril l ean not learn. 1 think "ot, but, whatever the situation, the fire sunn will make ull questions iU li f bmus. It is rolling near the citadel tow er, and one far flung brand hits the Red Cross flag, but does not ignite It. The wind has risen n little and the flag floats valiantly and eon- Ni w fires are starting and occa sionally you catch the aromatic odor ''"in the green birch trees whose ops are scorching under the ammun ition Mown from the sixth stmv of the arsenal. Fnr up both banks of '"ih rivers are spots of fire from 'be burning farms. Russians ibandoa Munitions. Machine guns He mired in the sta ple vards and whole trainloads of "bells stand on the sidetracks land lug Into the fortress. Some of the Bridge! were Ro indifferently blown "part that already the Hermans are 'winging them buck to plumb. Rig Mrs tioxes of unexploded mines '! all along the way, and uninjured nfles will be gathered hj the hundred. In many a place you could walk along th muddy rinis for two miles 1,1 front of trie fortress and hardly boll your hoots because the ground Is Strewn with overcoats, belts, cartridge hos and rifles. It is no exaggeration to say that In Spots the ground is absolutely car J'ctcd with wreckage of equipment. Here and there the soldiers had lime -o "Ulfl Ul Oil. IK HO b, Utt U.VO, THE WEATHER Itllli l l Washington, Auk. 29. Now Mexi "Kil'ly local showers, i :a, fair, warmer ln vac it w i tiii it i Maximum tempi raturo, I pof.T. m, degree- minimum. 57 degrees: runs. .1. Rices. temperature at li p in . 7". III (I'M; Snathl Sll winds; part)) ClOUd trace of rata often they ale in perfect condition Hare the officer had tried to break his BWOTd before tin-owing it inl the ditch. Imt he has only succeeded la 1 ending is double. Beam Ttj it i Mil l.i-niit Everywhi ITS is a litter of red shoulder snaps whii h the men have torn from their overcoats so that lh number of their regiment should not bo clisi loseii when they were taken prftaonefa Many a square yard of the freight .n ils lying a mile from the citadel ii Padded with shrapnel. A trninload of linseed . .'kes for c attle is burning. j Shells and lime, reels of barbed wire, ami thousands of bushels of grain are si.hns and melting. Not one touch of waste, of ruin, or of squalor is larking in this picture, ami the ih tills nt wreckage range from fhe minutest to the most colos sal, fur al i, in- point the Hussions tried tu send one of their heaviest guns mi -ross a viailiii't two miles from the 1 1 ill it sh. The viaduct sank five f.-el. the traek gave gray, and the gun now aw, i its the al rival of Herman engi- rata are Many Prisoners. so many prisoners I . Then Dial 1 often the Q : herded, and rmiins cannot keep lliein you get the strange con-1 trasl of passing a column of 1 0,000 : pi isoners nankeii ny pcrnaps ivu 1 guards, and then cnmmg on to a lone Hussion soldier who is paddling along; ! through the mud in search of soine- body to capture him. With a captain and Mr. dinger of 'the Associated Press I passed one such ; individual. "Poor soldier," the captain wild ! "nobody wants him. Will not m 'gentlemen he BO kind us to Capture j him "" ' -Mr. dinger speitks I'ussian, and he I ipicst iuncd the man, but got no an swers inure illuminating than thai somebody had told him to go some-1 where. So we all saluted ,1 the wali 1 his highly M , of war splashed onward I indefinite destination. i saw oaa column of pi .prisoners who appeared to be both themselves guarding and guiding There was not r.ivrnuin within u thousand feet ot thara and no Herman :iv HI. Ilw.n, uihon at a e.,,mn,irl Iron, I 'one nf their own nffit ers thev swung I fi in,, kJoJh and ,i. th road bad-! ;ing Into il stretch of -.voods. Kaiser 1111 Hour on (.riuind. i The emperor spent on hour nmld .these scenes this afternoon, attended hy flenernls Hindenburg, , Vatkenhayn nn( Mueller, b id by bis bod) guard 0 Dossier, and fol- riflomen j in an autobus The emperor's face was radiant, ex rept when he passed new made 'graves, when he slowly saluted, j Sv, n Hedin. whom the emperor 'called to his aUtO, says It is proper for him to say nothing mole than that I the conversation was about the war jand that his majesty was very confi ! dent and happy. (Sencial Hlndsn i burg's face was ashen, as always, and ' his eyes were Weary. Troops toar a Greeting, j At the end uf the ceremony nf the liaise, s p.ua.ie ,,- iniini n .,- bile, with the imperial standard 1 1 v- jing, was rushed down the highway I from the lane to the fortress, through j line! of squealing pigs, scared hens,; staring peasants, gnd wide-eyed, good I I natured prisoners, who saluted him roar Of cheers from the troops fol-1 I lowed him for two miles, i Turning into a pasture road th.it had been terribly cut Up by cannon,! !his machine took the nils by leaps. I i.md he must he a well man or he j never would have stood the punish-1 iment those leaps nlllsl have inflicted. GREftT BDITIIII j Second Big Shipment of Gold and Securities to Arrive for Purpose of Strengthening Credit Here, SENDS $20,000,000 ; 10 NEW Ml CITY j both of Seattle, arere Injurfd, the two iv mosn, no journal ttciAL LCAtio wisi) latter serioiiHly, w h c ii Gnpiatn Turner I New York, Aug. 29. Nearly $20, i0H( control of his automobile today on 1000,000 in gold and securities WortWIg steep hill near Sultan. Wash The I $2r,, 000, 000, the second largest ship- 1 machine ran ml,, a ditch ami turned j ment sent from London In strengthen j over, pinning Mr, and Mrs. Turner mi -British credit in this countr) arrived I demeath and throwing the ullni here early today on 11 special train of 1 seven steel cars, guard d by thirty- eight al in, ,1 men. The shipment came direct by mail from Halifax, N. R, to which port it was convoyed by a Hritlsh warship convoyed by smaller craft, on the way to New York the train was pre ceded by a pilot engine and Car. The gold and securities were con signed to J. P. Moreno A; Co. for the account of the British government The first large shipment of gold and securities received here on August 'l last included about $ 1 0,569,000 In gold and $3u, 000,000 In securities. ENGLISH ARE ASKED TO ECONOMIZE ON SUGAR (AsssseBtef Press (',rrAniibne.) London. Aug. 20. The big grocery firms In various parts, of Kngland I have sent circulars to Iheir custom- askimz them to exercise the great est' possible economy in the use of loaf sugar, which is very popular Kngland for looking, canning and similar purposes. The grocers sug gest the substitution of brown sugar for most uses. ftefore the war the bulk of the loaf sugar used in Kneland was Imported from Austria. Cermany and Belgium. This supply has been cut off, und there Is therefore n considerable de ficiency, which the few loaf sugar re i Pnl',il cannot make up ALBUQUERQUE, ZEPPELIN RAIDS E TO THE BRITISH Y OR NAVY thur J, Balfour Says No Soldier or Sailor Has Been Killed or Even Wounded by German Airmen, 71 CIVILIAN ADULTS AND 18 CHILDREN SLAIN Losses From Incursions Ovet England Greatly Magnified, Says First Lord of the Ad miralty, London, Aug. 29 (1:56 p. m l "m old;, t or sailor has been killed or even Wounded, 1 ii only on one 01 ea been inflicted which sion has datnagi could l, any stretch of language, be described as of the smallest military impel 11 in e," says Arthur .1 Italfoiir, hrst lord of the admiralty, of the Zep pelin raids "ii I'ligland 111 a letter to a correspondent who had Complained , that the British raids raids wen Qerhtaaa report I "are quite rich i '! "The reason," BOCOUnta Of these meager, while the on the same events lurid details." i.-iys Mr. Balfour in iple. Zeppelins ul ,f night and by prcf- his letter, "is si tack under , over erecc, ,, moonless nights. in such j eondit ions landmarks are elusive, 0SV- ligation difficult and errors Inevitable mil sometimes nf surprising magni - 'ude. The Germans sometimes assert. "nil may s.iniei line , believe, that tnev dropped bombs on plocei which in fact they never approached. "Why mako their future voyag! easier by telling them where they blundered In the past ? Him e ibeir er tors are our gain, why dissipate them? Let us learn what we can from his folly but let us teach him only whai we must. "As to the result ,,f SSeppaltn war fare, it has caused much suffering of many innocent people, but flflNi this, with all its tragedy. hhs I It magnified nut of all proportion by iii-lnfiirnied rumors 1 am assured by the home officers that during the last twelve months seventy one clsil Ian adults and eighteen children have been killed and that I Mi civilian adults and thirty-one children have been in jured. Judged by numbers, this I cumulative result of many ettec ess! vs j crimes does not equal the single ef Ifnrt of a submarine which to the un- cealdd pride of Qermany and the hor ror of all the world, sent 19s unof- . , ' !""' clvlllans to 1)1,' bottom in the iaisil aula. "Vct il is bad ennfigh, and W may well ask, what military advantage has been gained at the cnsl of so much In- ROYALIST MOVEMENT DISTURBS PORT IGAL LUbon, Aug. 29 (vlit Paris). - Par - u. ,,,.,,, i i. i ,. .,,., i,. I..., ii DO NODAMAC ARM !i,',o- ihui th nnMrnnitnt I. view rflprnoosH the stein was wrecked and the grave evenu In northern Portugal, 1 will employ most rigorous measures to preserve order, Newspapers report that the pres ent cause of the disturbance" is I'upt. Henrique tie Paiva Couceiro, royaJhrtl lender. On Friday Rut, Minister ,,f Ih" In terior Pr. siiva. announced in the na- I tlonal oounctl that a monarchlal I movement hud broken out in northern Portugal ami that the barracks ai Hulmaraes, near llraga had been at tacked gnd many persons Wounded, ONE DEAD; THREE HURT, IN auto accident; IBV MOSNINO JOURNAL spicial liario WIRIl Seattle. Wash., Aug. if, I'apl Robert A. Turner, federal Inspector of iimlers here, was insiaolly killeii, .Mrs Turner and two friends, Mrs. Hattlol' Adams and Miss Catherine Fi II cupants mil Mrs Adams was report e, tonigbi to be suffering from con cussion of the brain and Internal in juries. .Miss l'"i s, b Sustained a broken thigh nod Jaw. BULGAR-TURK TREATY AGAIN POSTPONED H MORN, NO JOUNNAL RICIAL Lt,l(l WIRI Berlin, Aug. 29 thy Wireless to lay Vtlle, N V. , "According to Sofia re ports." the overseas News agency says, "Bulgaria has postponed for smne days Ihe signing of the treaty wllh Turkey, the quadruple entente having notified her that such aclion al the present time w mid be regan led as a wilfully unfriendly get NeVer- theieas the two powers pre In ,mn plste agreement" D D A 7 I I Tf) IQClip U II n c I l J I vj o u i $191,000,000 IN PAPER RV mows, NO iOUIM'L IPICAL LBARfO WIRB) RiO Janeiro, Aug. 29. President Vol lau Hruz today approved the issue of ; .,i entos fll 81,000,000) in paper which Was voted by the . h mini of depiilles on August 24. This issue Is intended particularly for i be payment of the treasury debt, both gold and paper, prior to 1 9 1 f., according to a recent dispatch. NEW MEXICO, SUBMARINER RAISED AT LAST ; HONOLULU BAY Vessel With Gruesome Is Still Submerged ficers in Charge ( Information, Of M, CAUSE OF ACCIDENT TO BE INVESTIGATED Is Expected Tli Submarine Will in Diydock T lie's DOrti Till Oil Placed1 I Inmiliilu. Aug. Stales suluii II ilie I 29. The United I. Hiibmi rged out- side the hail, ur h 1 , suu March II Indav and station 111 last, was refloated towed to the quo I late tntine Honolulu bay The ai tual rajaina aj pied tWO hours, tin pla c.inei 1 s working w 11 houl stui nibmergtea derelh 1 1 hitch wits ti 1 hi slowly ii) ih, harbor snipping, including th Where all e interned 1 (In man gunboat Qatar half matted their flags. Winn the submarine has been dry dOCked, a I I'd I unifies, al uf Ileal Admiral Clifford J. Bouah, c mand- aBI of the naval station, Lieut. Kirby j H. Crittenden mid Naval Constructor j Julius a. Piiicr win bavin i thorough ! "'.,. i n I'lVsr IT possiT Ie the catiae ol j vc dlaaater 1 Although the has been luoughi 1 into the harbor the wreck is still sub merged to a depth of six feet mid I probably will not be dry docked until j Tuesday. Nothing has been divulged by the naval officials regarding con-' dltiona, if known, Inside th! vessel, i laTTORX Ol j His ts 1 1 It Tf) -si DM V 1 : 1 N I ,San rrnnciscn, Aue. 29. The sub marine l'-i, commanded by Limit. Al- fred U Rde, and wHh orSW ni twin ty-one men, sank off harbor Man h '.'ti. 1st; neuvera, she was located two th Hon., lulu d i John Agran, a diver of the navy, de- Wended ! world's n i 1 1 lord t .t ., I.liul,;,,., facilitatt the work uf bringing lift to the Surface I hi clew, it was said, might have been alive at that time, bill attempts at n s cue fail, ,1 and mi March 10, Real Ad mill, I Moor mlli.'i ml 1 1, ' Ihe II i - lulu naval statlan,. reported thai the F-1 lay In 170 f- t of water, and would have to in raised by pontoons secretary Dan lea) announced the boat would be raised at liny , t ,it ,st 1,, determine the cause of the accident, and diving apparatus ami divers were sent out, leaving for Sun Frail i IgcO, April ti. on Ihe CrUttOr Maryland, one of the divers. Frank CrlUy, went down 1 228 feet, and found one uf Ihe com I partmenl of the submarine filled w ith water, another. William I ghtnan, lies, SHdl il tii feet the next ll.IV . ilel was seriously Injured by water p res sure. These men put lines on Ihe F -1 I'"1" " " "' . ' '";' I Up ine sneiviii!'. , ,oii, on. inn ill ine Work was halted t await the arrli I " POntOOBa, 1,000 CANADIANS REPORTED KILLED WHEN TRANSPORT IS TORPEDOED MORN, Nl) Jll, N,L INrill ,11,111 Berlin, Aug. '- (hi Wireless to MI.V rllle, . V., ug. 20.1 Passengers on Ihe Holland-niorii an line steamer Rj lldlgiin, arriving in m-d nl.iin bring a icsirt that it British transport with 2.000 i ,i.,.i,.,i, on iHiaril, was ...... m ,,, , , , ... "" " ' ' gllsl II II Is .11,1 iiiiinll i.ihio Hire saved. No hint has come from I sh 1 sources of Ihe foregoing report. While j it is possible that, had soon an event occuri ed. the lirltlsh ceniors m have withheld th! news, this in Im probable in View of the fact that of ficial aaaou ncemani was mads promptly of the lorpednlng of the British transport Royal Rdward In the Aegeun sell, with the loss of abual 1,000 men. The Royal Bdward vms sunk on August 1 I, one day before the date mentioned In the wireless dispatch from Berlin and " Is pos sibie that the report bmugth in by the Ryndam'i passengers is u gar bled version of this incident. The Scilly Islands lie off the south west const of Knglulid, near Ihe line of steamer Irafli, between PfeW York ami Southampton, CANAIH Ns DKKV Miss ol ICOOp slllP Ottawa. Aug. 29, Official denial was given her, tonight to the report from Berlin that a British troop ihlp carrying 2,000 Canadian Hoops hud been sunk oil Ihe Seilb Islands mi August II, The military authorities issued ths following Statement: "Between the aisi of Jul and the 14th of August, only two troop ships with more than 300 troops on 4osrd, have bOen dispatched from Canada I and they hove both arrived S&fel) at their destination if the ston com Ing via Hayvllle has any basis for truth. It must refOf t,, tin torpedoing of the Canadian northern steamer Royal Kdwaiit In Hie Aegean, the re port of which reached Canada Au gust 17." FROM BOTTOM OF 1915. GUNS QF ALLIES n i i. doiihmuifv British Ai Sqadro VAGUE TALK AGAIN HEARD OF -BIG PUSH' RepoiteH Yninsula, From Gallii Where Turks Gained, ,e win! I The ar tnode of Most here- by i' b hase ! London, Aug. ! 1 1 1 1 n has been P the , hiel warfare on the western tin activity has been displayed guns II, tl vl or th, t tin 1 1 iddltlo ntlre Clatmaji allies huve aft 111 large been using I heir nlr 1 SqUadroM to bombard Oannas p,,si turns It Is being vnguely hinted here that in in 1 a lober has been chosen as til, nine tor the long-postponed "big push ' nf the allies, but the general pun five c does not expect a strong off; u movement us rat, No slackening of Pursuit. Then has been more heavy fight- ing OH Hi cording to This , Ian heuvllv l! all 'h eulnsula, ac- 'l n, lal n poi I, lllieg suffered attacks last Friday, There are no signs yet of any slackening f the Gorman pursuit of Ihe retiring Russians and. aieoidlng lO the official report Issued In Iter 1 i 11 today, progress has been made in all iiectors of the eastern battle line Sicepl that in northern Courlund, Where the armies of lil'and lluke Nicholas are offering an effei live re distance. From the southeast of Kovno, where Hie ilernuius claims to hnve broken the RUSabtn resistance and must, therefore, be approaching Vil li' along the N'lemen to Hindoo and 1 men,, southeastward through the forest ur Blslovleah and along the borders of the Prlpel river marshes, u'fine liiissiiins are jailing niien in new 1 positions. , p, , lllal ion OiiUill Is -.icing lllilllli'eil in as to whether the Qermani Intend io follow the Ruaalans farther or pre I"" 'hold positions from which they cull ihe Muscovites, while Hie Teu tons attempt an offensive in the Bat loins in iii Ihe western line In Franco ami Belgium, Military observsrg hare 1 a re nl II pinion Hint this iiiestliin 1 must be settled before many days have elapsed, arguing thai with ihe summer coming to an end tut van (Urei proposed for the full must soon de elop, PHI II sill I I, PIHE I rilK.M Mi sl Kill Pans. Aug. :'!i (10:11 p, in. 1 The foil,, wing' statement huh given out by I In war office tonight "The same activity on the part of our artillery has prevailed on the hint- sr sscttoh of the front Parttcutarlj 1 1 iti H ie nnis bombardments ,,r the ana jmy's lines inclined in the region of Hetsas and Bteenstraeto; In the region of h. mines; to the iii, lib of the Alsne In the neighborhood of Allies and at Coureoon, ami akw between the Meuas and M the esln neighborhood of ami of Mmii inure K rTOP t 'i f t w in i l asi opi i: tion London, Aug 29 1 1.' II p. 1 iTht ion,, wing official itetsmsnl forwarded in, lay from NtaB to ter's Telegram company I I "On August 26, we stopped enemy's defense operation! on Danube, also mi Ihe large Island j Mala-Sirati beva, ami on the near Have fro Sk ed 'losltehluii bare, opposite sa me ,ia v w, interrupt rati, , ns near thu Island the left bank of the I of Mold vi ttn HI FIHIITINfi I III I HI M II I HOST Pi Aug. 29 (2:30 p. m. I Tin! following statement was issued i,y the war office today "Our artillery Continued during the night in its u tivlty against the posi tions nf ihe enemy. The cannonading was especially acllve In the section of Ablaln, in the region of iioye, tn th moth of the Alsne, in the vicinity of Crsonni .md Berry au-Hao, ns well us between tin Alsne and the Argotme. "There was violent bandtohand fighting at Marle-Thargse and to the west of the forest of Mallaeoart, trit I inn of exenvatloiis made by minis We remain, ,! Hi possession of (hee positions ' We subjected tu a he-ivy bombard ment th trenches and groups of tfa? man plune, rs over Ihe vvtiole line along the Lorraine frontier at i1n me, v. Besange, Qondreaon and Bm bermenll There was heavy righting wllh IhhiiIi ami hand grniisdeS In the n glon of Metgeral. our aeroplanes last nlxtn pom barded the railway station and the barracks of Ihe enemy at (Irani! I'm (in Ihe Arg-niinosi ns well as the bar racks at Mnnchemln ami Idtnoow, In the Argotmag," , M s I It I N Blf n in ;l Poltl srccKssi:s Vienna, Aug It Ola London. 11:80 p. m.) Ihe following official Hlalc mint was given out lure tonight: "i nil successes east of Vlldlmlr- V'o lynskl and on Hie Zlota Llpa broke the enemy's resistance on u flonl uf 200 kilometers lis! miles). Kvcry When, In their retreat Hie Hussions RAIN SHELLS ON GERMAN LINES ON WEST FRONT' Uiotl Positions Are Also i i... r i. i uy rieiicn aim niitiii in Larfffil who is retreating esu of Lutsk. Seal K illns are gaming far ie Onk) wn n. n then to the Russians I , usl n southeastern edge ISXeXM I it an attack on the da incr, is d In 1 but now hers w as I label di sector 01 1 i-nt a nd nil Inli ne. Ill Hie th, bile evening an attack prepared h) strong arttllerj lire on Monte Zel busl was repulsed. In the for, neon two mobile regiment four times stOI m d Mmile San Mil hele and pene. I (rated ' some places our tranches, but everywhere were again repulsed, sustaining severs losses. Some time ago the enemy opened a sail attaok sgsinsi the GsarMaj bridge head, but nut Runs snd mine throwers daatroyed all the naps dug in the environs of our front The To. limno bridge head w.,s under in ni I gun fire during the Whole day, after which two regiments and two Alpui I imttallona attacked, hm , ie re,uise,i In hand-to-hand lighting. Some at inks agnlnst the bridge west of To limno ami In the region north of this passage "lid four attacks on the front ,h llvrh-Pgemnifl slsu were repulsed An attach attMnpted wlh eonaldai able forces against the 1'lltsch region also was cheeked, t , main strongly In All the positions, ur bauds. The Carlnthian quiet, In the Ti r trici srtlllei dueli t, rmlttent strength front Is rather 1 'Ii an frontier dis- ! ill II IN M l i K Is lU.DODII I1KPI I si i islantlnople. Aug 29 Ivlil l.on I p in ) Th following state- was Issued I y the war office to i dun. nienl he DardaneNas front on AU - in the region nf nafriita, Ihe mada i land ind sea ttaok enemy nfti r i , , , i ,n i , bninbiii dnieiii with artillery on mil Uret h Tepc. and lOUth uf Asmukdcr, were n iisiicv essf ill nil Ottr center wet, 1 nil sustaining heavy t Ighl wing near i in our ' enter These attacks Three .'pulsed, losses "our artillery repeatedly hit tile cruiser and a transport. "on our west wing mar Arl on the night uf August ( , the! rep' ated attacks with bombs "our artillery damaged a tr a ml i liu; n.-ar Seddnl Haiti'." Huron I ,,,,. bsnort PLOT TO VIOLATE NEUTRALITY FRUSTRATED W MOMNINO tOUMMAL. BPCC I L tt 'M I fioiiglns, Arls., Aug. '.'. 4inlted Si, lies official.-, here say they have discovered plot, believed to hove in i n fomented b) Vtlts afftnta here, to cross the International boundary line and captuie AgUS Prletn, wbieh is now defended bv only a small Cnr- rattM garrison. The names Of several well known American! and Mexicans here are mentioned a! having la en approach ed with u proposition to lead 01 take aarl In the alleged espedll The government officers say they bale sufficient evidence to arresl the alleged leaders and acinic COnvlCtloMsj uf violation of neutrality, shoals an attempt be made to carry out the! plot. They statS, however, that Ihei dlSCOVery of th! alleged plan and! I Hi i ii il 1 1 , iim ulifiidv taken fl ii , i ,-ii the effort Most ill Henernl P. Carrania forcM are around Nogalet, which vested. .. . ' ' , '"" I !,. NOT FIGHTING John MH ennan Denies c That Colorado Unions loryj Are Interferinfl With Militia Or ! MORN I NO JOURNAL RRILIAL LIAIIO WIRf Denver, uc to John McLennan, president oi District 15, United Wins Workers or America, tonight mads pubic no following statement re gnrdini; Ihe seizure bv a committee of the Colorado National guard ul ciir- I espitudcn the mln llegc.l In Indicate Unit vvul SOS Were Intel fel nig i enlistment; ing the charge made by v court nf in Ii lb.lt the l! Workers have employed with mlllll "i 'oiu err the mllltar 1,'nlted Mil den i I Ivc i,, pi i v snl enlist men! i in the national guard, I Wish to deny ,,m emphatically as I know how thai the united mine workers have employed no iiete. i ives rm any such ptlrpoes The nulled mine woi ks are Interested in more important mattera, chief ol which Is obtaining UStloe for their members in their struggle for better conditions, the need ur which Has been shown to Colorado and to Ihe IMtionMn Hie re, , in SShSUStlVS report by Hie United Hliiles cotnmlssion mi Industrial relations We hope that tile of am credit raise reports icier concerning the, I kefs." unit ,i iRO DESPERADOES BURNED AT STAKE 1ST MORN, NO IOURNAL SPICAL LIAIIO M,RI Sulphur Springs, Tex . Aug. II King and Jos Blehmond, negroes, were burned tu death by a mob in ituiford park hers late today. The IWO negroes, while n sistlng nr. rest todiv, shut ami kiiici nepuiv Shei irr Wathan A. Khpp, n and prob ably falnllv wounded Sheriff J. B. Iliitler. They were captured by a thl rm ii. Ml WORKERS N.G.ENLISTMENT 1er or Mall, agio CofUea, 5a. RUSSIAN ARMY'S iv pftaaaer CONDITION NOW GRAVER THAN AT ANY FORMER TIME teuton Caval R.itnr Defeats Slavs Brest-Litovsk itfl Hfvpn Intn Enemy's Flank, GRAND DUKE'S FORCES CRITICALLY DIVIDED Pursuit May Br Converted Into lion ol Military Studying Great Strati ! MOaNINO jr,UNl tut IH k t AMD WISH l'eilin, Aug. 1 1 via bOWtOB, 9.29 Pi in 1 The AiiNtro-derinnii mopS lune broken the HuHlan lines alnng the Zlola I.lpa river In Rsst Uallcln. the Teutons resuming nctlvlty on a section ,,f the front where, for long lime, thev have tieen merely holding their poaltiona Th,. Uusalan extreme left, which hitherto bus been unaffected hy the general defeat, now apparently is shaken and involved In the general retirement Military exuerts exnress 1 tks ballet that the invaders soon will I he expelled from that little corner In oaHala where gUm they hava hang able to nuiilitiiiii a foot hold on Aus- Irian soil. New Offensive llogln- attacks rhli d 'velopmant, together with the the aha- 1 Sharp advance hy the Alistrtiuis north I east ,f Koven, is believed here to In t a hos- I dh ale 1 the opening of a campaign agnlnst the fortress triangle funned i "v ins sirongnoios or i.uisk. uuano I 1111,1 ROVnO, erected as a bar to access io southern Russia, I ' ll(' Russian armies retreating , north and soiitli of llr, st-l.llovsk lire setHtrated by the Itotlkim swamps and j military men here say that the Aus- I tro-Oerman strategists are in a pool I 11,,,, ,,. i!i r,.r, ..u .,', It, u, ..ill.... Kuaslnii wing lind expose It to a crush- Ing defeat DUpatl'Kes received here todai ..iv that the Russian teliiiine behind Crest-Utotsk has be n broken anj ""it 'he pursuit by the Teutons Is being pressed, ftfgj lie I tier Houl. Sammary, where Oarman cavalry yeaterduj defeated a Russian cavalry division, ih forty miles east of Brent Litovsk The military experts say that tills mounted fore, of (lermaiiM Is now In a position to bile deep Into the flank of the retreating Russia na and bag many prisoners If not to . on yen the retreat Into utter rout, with mors cavntr) In hand, the Austin. Her man strategists, It Is suld, lalghl pel -halm before this have compelled tlrand Duks Kloholaa to turn ami as cepl battle, The baiief is sapressed that his retreat from now on will be doubly difficult, Will (, unhurt' r,o hi, Naturall) there has be n much spec ulation hel'e concerning the limits to which the pursuit of me Russian) WOUld be pressed Home had assumed that th,- advance would not be con. tinned much beyond llrest -Litovsk, lull Hie Impression Is BOW general that I the pursuit will proceed so long as it , continues to give paying returns In captive or offers a chance to bring ' the fleeing armies tn bay. Meanwhile a oermnnenl line of defense will he selected and fortified ns u burner pi nsi r op Itt'HNlANfl i.ol s o. VIOOHOI sl.V Berlin, Aug 39 viu London, 4 p. in i rhe following statement whs is sued today in army headquarters: In the western theater or war I bet e gave been no new ilevelupmenls uf Importance, ''Eastern theater of war Army roup ,,f Field Marshal ran Hinden burg southeast ,,r Kovno, the stub born resistance id the enemy bus been broken Out troops are pursuing tha retr, aline. UllSSlftnS. The WOOded re gion east f lUgUStOWO has beet, crossed Further south, in our pursuit of ihe enemy, we reached Dombrovii ,,nil Qrodek und Ihe section east uf the city of V&rew "Thi 'ine gi oup ut in nil " Leopold is advancing through the Blalowia! forest iii pursu "f ""nemy und OH n. nil i nine Up With lli I Ight w ing near Szei csnowo "Army group or Held uursnsi von ! Mackensen, after rear guard fighting. Ille Itusslnns Were messed back as fill las the Knddubfln Mm on the Prusans road, Troops oo-operating with ns from the south through the marshy region have pursued I he enemy and almost reached Kobrln, "Southeastern theater of war: Tha AustroOerman troops which di feat ,1 ih,- cii,ii,v have dclvi ii him hack act,,.,.! Ihe Pol iaiiy-ICoiiUlchy-Konu '.,i I'ue snd behind the Km,, pet. Sec tion." Ill'HHI tXri UWm I HI Ra! vrti.i, hi i hi mini. Peirorad. tug, 30 (la London. ug. :iu, ggjO a m.) The fallowing official Hussion statement was given nut bete tonight in tin niga region the situation Is unchanged "In the direction if frerterh ksladt. after the lail few days of stubborn! lighting, mil troops have retired fur ther In the direction Of Jacnbstadt ind Inliisk inward ihe west there Is no Important changes, "On the right of the Vlllva and be tween th, YHtya and the Nlemeti river uubborn righting continued Friday and Siitiirday in the front from Podhrodae toward the north of Vlln.'i to N'udyc-Truki and flanchoucgl md still further up the Niemen , ,n the front between the sources of th. Bobr and Ihe Prlpet. there Is no essential change. In tho course nf Saturday nlghi I Sunday in this re-