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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 11. 1915.
FIVE MI CRATER AT We'll nhrsa up," mild s ' iti iik up Mm : cin.- no some of 1 OUTER MONGOLIA ISLANDS NEAR TWO POWERFUL ALBUOMUEAN HUE TAKEN B! BRITISH TROOPS GIVEN AUTDNQM iARD NELLESA WARSHIPS TO BE IS INJURED WHEN iMAionl ives Into Dugou itrv Attack, v.. , at4 I'rnw Cnrreiponde nre.V Hritish Headquarter! in France. g The Hritish have retaken ,.., rater at Hooge m one tf "k in"1 I"' tiiicsutie actions .U.tl tt- '"'"..' .:' r "T ISI.Mll IT .. K III' .line M, ....... """"'nice ' villas in a region as flat hlHI , table. It is in the Ypres !,", where, it is generally agree, .', .. a i.s l.een soilled than over . r 1 1 ..f .illi .11 H HFiiii ,,.111 WltM ty line the ei the I'ri'iuh Mai an J a mine t ;Ul"S I fjKMlori In mi's brought up their ..aiTiins which t'l" French ' British t the t"b'i' It was ie British a hide in deep ami British rhar t ill,, politic I lie mine. fla ni .' hail lure but now r the first if the mine made June. under made n th- Hie ut tne rg havi exploded. the earth about seventy feel scestly piaci (.citiian Ihwiils- I cl. 1 Ruafcina up ih- traverse the Hrit i ish drove th,- Hermans before Haras with bom ha, gaining more ground In I iil.lili,,,. In lheir own bombs lliev used i the Germans" "tana German prteon i .! showed in' boa to aaa them. ' said la British bomb-throwei ll iid lt I inst I m I H c l when h, saw 1 was fum bling with it That was very helpful ul bin V,m h.ul tn pull a string OH tup before rot made the thr,,w. Thev scennd t be fust rate DOBS DO. Ones over t ti . demoralisation caus ed ii the crvah ul lh bursting sin Us from the British artillery cotieentru tioa in tin ir oars the Qiranggs nut of their dugouts '"Kan resisting ltrt bom hi and the British running shun bad tn fall bach traverse by traverse, pursued bj the Germans, thus loainj ol their Bain before mow nomoa I were urouanl uji itiitn tne rear. I nil j had in he done tinder mists ol sbrnp i m i bullets for no the German guns Wei, living tiie Hritish supports all they hail to five anil as fast as they could. The st r utile proceeded m Ihs midst of the scream anil I'urst el pro Ijectiles. Twice one ol the sergeants crossed the sone back to the support trenches bringing supplies of bombs before he was killed. Others were ut the same work ami others killed and wounded but thej tot enough up to hold 1,208 yardi of trench. UNDER MEW PAC T VALUABLE BASE BOIL I N CAR TURNS OVER Ity : Now So rained; Will U0l A.. ill V, Pm Jar 25 r W .MtN, Ni lOJHhkt IAI ItkSID W" ishinstoii Kepi i" Plans V ,1 l.elllll 'tile ." ."" I K ill. Ill in a , ordance ith the eted i 'hino-Russo- Mom ent. Outer Mongoll i slain rs sea China's suseralnty, bui bed) it, mo in. uis and retuins its rigli Iminister Its internal affairs ami ge in International negotiations ectlni commercs and Induatry, Tins agreement was signed by - ni ulvei of China. Russia hut tin to In aueilei ..ml til, Th i with aim- While tl in ik put i.l. .pie. I I from torp lessons h turtle Tl broken, wh a u is,-. I a ml e the hospl La 1111 I O.V F t, 1 1 rt AMOUS MUNICH take Alt time, crater -e.leetor ap trled on the used on the Around the Eng- IE MUSEUM TURNED place until Chen-lo, tl i WaS chiefl pssflll lle:;,.t Ka, the a i companted preparatory t Han upon III, latt Beptanv se lliplo- A. J. MALOY with llplmicii ami me uermaus p.,, unlj live feet apart. tl.r was so I, in ami it had ro,t Hi,- landscape that it ere, at one The cra sn disfii- was iiiffi- .ii tl i illdate ' ulletlns the position, as particularly INTO HOSPITAL Kreat If Mi Urga m ut Mongolui tides ami i onferring th Kiituktu. Till . i emony on Chen-lo, wh the Chines r. that .in ads itralcfiit ( It toilet in o Hi 0 u LUE TO MURDER 1 1 1 i the 1-lanils, with roup, OF orcupai Miss I 'a r, ami. . OMAHA GIRL CHICHESTER S PILLS f III! PI KOMI IlltWI. A tak- their . rkeil re Ki iNts Hiitisii Back, )i of a bombardment of ail , bbortng part of the Brltlah j re the trenches were farther it of bombardment with mor-1 bombs Where thej were , lose the Cermans suddenly the British front with fire j section where their infantry The British had 10 give up crater and Hooge too, and some Rrdi of trenehea. When they u io recover the lost around at he; found the Hermans hud the ; iristling with machine Runs, so regained only one end "f what; rubj in the Ypres salient seertls never to lie down tamely after , ,1, .. I Both sides finlit to re i loss no matter what the cost. of Old Masters Now ir as Orthopedic Institu i Where Injured Soldien Tauaht Trades, by IVl ii r, ami his part) will m, i ride northward from IVUin- across -at Qobl desert, bui will travel Trans-Blberlan rallwat to Lake ENDS IN FAILURE v,-1 1 1 oui tc rid em wer hospital when ment. Mfkii 1 merlousls injttrt II . r t i u.a h u wlhr , i i.. it ' ttt lUafl HU It ut tT t tw Ml Ut- A-l i fMIll llf lfttl iVit ! nit wit rii i h, i . tt airst, Alonya Km aids) SOlDBYDRluulSISlVMMM I,,,, IM ahm a, si. w h h. Igulnary bt res of Kt ni I. All one day the British kept an almost continuous roar of shells over other puns of the Stlitnl They made the German trenches boll with dust under clouds of shrapnel smoke. The German Kuns replied. They threw some more sev-Mtetn-inch "hells Into the ruins of Tpisi and late other points which tin i had not coaalaered wortnl of see, mtei n-inch mettil before. The thunders of this artillery duel could he heard thirty to forty miles to the tear li made sound like the roll of a drum with almost no Interval be tween the shots. Nothing heavier had been heard since BoUchei, Al t o'clock the next morning Kims which had heen silent before came into action. They were all dl rectprl on the German trenches at Hootre, sending tons of high explo sives and storms of shrapnel, Then at 4:15 by the watches of gunners and Infantrymen the nuns stopped. The next minute a Hritish major at the; hem! of a battalion line leaped over the parapet. As he said, he found "gObOdy at home." The Germans en in their dugouts according to the custom on such occasions, t.-iknii,' shelter from the tornado f shell fire which makes even a lookout hardly possible. Turning the coiner of a Uiverse, the major fairly humped into I Oerman who had come out of his OS (tout to see w'hy the shelling had stepped. I irsi German Captured. "lOU're mine!" said the major, put tinn his revolver muzzle to the Ger iii ins i. nasi. "He promptly agreed that he was," bs the major expressed The happiness of the Officers and men as they told the story of that fishi tq the correspondent turned on gntituda to their artillery support. "It shows what artlltary can do," said the, colonel, "and what the infantry can rtn when the guns give them that !ihl of aid. Their work was perfect, ptraight on there in front of the men's hoses with no shells bursting short d then they all stopped like an or chestra at the end of a piece. My '"ilv trouble with the men was to hold then, bach from the front line. If the,,, th, Wi ( An Muni lean to Bavarli .Shipped famous would Quarters i formed it parlment and to see Ing in the Hardens, elated Press Correeaesalsaes.1 rman) ua to -Amer- rists who have visited the apltal, and win, hat e a 01 - u the artistic shrines in the national museum, probably lie shocked to find the former del im; I uearh ! sus ha contait 1 1 it. ii.iin. i. in at i y rd I lau a i h trioes. l,00U,il s ab etli wan. probabl) hogplti merli if old masters now trans- ito a huge orthopedic ! fin- treating crippled limbs. almost naked soldiers bath fountain! of the wonderful and taking sun baths and e exercises on the lau us. itional museum, however, is mly Munich building to have ie gnat changes. Tin- tnajf m w i UStom house is now a In the rooms where for- There an llll ill them, lull llo cell 1 been made. The slate it 1,3(8,000 square mites, i s as large as Texas. New he Included within its I bondarlet twenty-seven times mid it ! would make ii n i laltfornias I i niter Mongolia is a division which lis poorly distinguished from Mongolia proper, On most maps It is traced as a vague portion of Mongolia ad joining Siberia, Us boundaries are as indefinite as its political status has I been for centuries. Outer Mongolia claimed to he nil Mongolia and as- The Uu only nine from th. pi about five m Anatolian : Ele low hill, cell, nth suit oinimiml luropean st of the It ml one-hall rds wl dh asl lines, abbil isl.i Bnglli ii intranet" ; m . I,, -,.i. llurdah I... lie and Smith iv,, ., latch, mil, irdon l, . h Hghl of number soul hern ami baae d a ,1 const const of lor small U'ge I lit' the islam d I Mil llle ll til ermi I lid Willi cut ry d ii gutned dire, tire geogrs Mongolia. ' rule it pi ele ill's ion ff if ;ht were ouhded ii 1 1 sol- I ilfi, e , list i :-ntt I Mongplli gateway ,1 i trl i li il. Impel il W hei baggage ami speeted hundreds dleri lew lie on Ct of th( Hector of sleep, and in the tr there are rows upi enments. The availability house as a hospital, and especially as a sort of transfer station for wounded soldiers, was apparent almost as soon as the wounded began to come hack from the battlefields 'fY.iius run immigration ihi i, ,,.. side of the huge build-i with the me ings. and soldiers not only can be unloaded from them as easily as liaK but may also be transferred to other trains for other parts of Ba varia with a minimum amount of trouble, and to street cats for other hospitals in Munich. The amount of customs inspection that is now neeessnry in Munich is approximately nil. so that il was es sentially a simple matter lo trans form the character of the building, None in the whole city has s per fectly fitted the requirements of a hospital, for ill addition to the splen did facilities for tuking patients right off hospital trains the l ooms at e large and airy, and several of them ale well lighted to serve as operating rooms. Munich, like a dozen other German cities, has turned its llrgeal industrial ChOOl into a vocational school for crippled soldiers, The building has capacity of several nunaran pupus, appliances ioi trades, or for continue their ing impaired if the CO etnain lo, 'mil table I the of the en- known II .ft Chinese I .ill Moil re certain liCh iusist- le. t and by inio. and exit fioin s , mild be controlled Iv fnuii this position in, and a half miles re fire The foils at Beddul-Bahr could be atteries on Itahbii Isl the III lie easily n guns Darda Omaha for tin j tain 1 letup- c. I remain ben from bis , In, f Meanwhile eii Captain i imaba poll al hi did n inn," a pati i, was the 4wansoi ...... WIMI pe that the . ,,t i imaha, 1 s dissipated ' I". Denip department think "WH- III the cl Is "ii was ih came I'll, IW ni. on inn lved a bi s ami lo off Willi il in I 1 1 w u as bun thai il I,, . l.oU's lu e thai William- he had I tenth ni Hermann," lis lha hoc Hudson for Signs Wall Paper HUDSON for Picture Frames Fourth St. ami Copper Ale eeeeeeeeeeeeM eeeeeeee lllllll Vlso pom of and if Imperial nit ImJ all ma ii ( liiiiese. hlftleaanee I '. , a us, Mongolians ami their distlkt Chinese found it profitable half miles ft thirteen milet j of I he I fl rdai Of the island ! I a. lis While suit, !, rl, s locati 1 sta shoi c lentlj inn! Ii w n oper ea ve oubl falu could Iff I eiu-s on Rabbit Is ittdtt againsl ship: or enter the strait m an it is bei i under is borne in mi Qui ii Klizab Siberia and enacted I Stood when it io keep the Chinese Man b is, th. ,u eM ,, Lde Bai- "Ittery of nub guns the forts ,,f Tschanok Kal distance ol about IB.UUU yi little more thnn ten Engl Siin e ships in ihc entrant e have llle excellent cowl tc ml ie .Mom Russia's watehw Increasing Chinese Mongolia, logei nei i "Outer Mongi inns," has been tor many yea is to tse in the Chinese politi cal influence, alarmed Russia, which reasoned that the Mongolians were so few and thriftless they would never Russian inter, Mon enjoyed bj 111,. Turkish batteries. S totally diltei- ent result would have to he lookel for ; The batteries on tmhroi and Rabbit , Islands would fire from n stationary StS ill Siberia. base and would lake their target un- Kolin threw off der a crossfire, rule, Russia recognized the With the Island of Lemnot! also in a. .in mivh ni sel no by the I the DOSSCSSlon of the power holding iiiuklii and negotiated a trade I ltabbil and Imbros Islands ii which the new power was I danelles could i Mongolia and not "Outer ever 1:.. ,1 , .1...... ,., ir,,.l ll.iuuei wiis'l I 1 . . i , . : I i x ,i,,m .. about to annex Mongolia. Japan also began an active extension of its In fluences in the chaotic country sequently Chinese officials made effort lo conciliate I niter Ml hat Russia had Imbros island, mat point is to annex Moa-lto the Dardanelles, and hot i at I lied ording t s anything that puts spirit into men it is that kind Of support. ot four good machine gnus and n't know how man) were destroy Germany Is one big battery. She It with artillery and machine Guns against her guns and we a and all the necessarj teaching soldiers new teaching them how tfl old trade notwithstan faculties. The vocational school consists real ly of three departments. In the first wounded soldiers are, so far as It Is nnaalMe. enred At least. oe n wounds are closed, nnd the) are giv conclliati and soon discover,! no desire, apparently, to annex Mon golia, but merely desired that it be maintained as an autonomous state which would stand as a barrier be tween Siberia and the thrifty millions south of It, with whom the Russian peasant cannot compete. 4 nlllllli inn In tlx BOffkfTS, Under the tripartite agreement a commission named by the participat ing powers will determine the limits iiitonomoiis Mongolia. This com to begirt its work within Its task will probably he tying. There have never ft and the dividing line ter Mongolia and Mongolia always been m the twt and the cause of heated llle Un closed tighter than military and naval men Here t ins istunii is lony-om miles from the I ntrance to the strait, nnd by virtue of lotiatlon and proper Con- distance admirably suited as a naval every j base against the I hi rdiinelles W hile Mongolia : such a base could be established on in pose ealiZed too close i entrall) Ocated, to serve well for that Th, Hritish have alnadv this, and, while keeping numbei oi vessels Imbros island, malt ase againsl tiie 1 in the t'ef.'ll, of mission is two years. long and t been surve between Oil proper has tight zone, Lemnos wide, a On Ihc betwet n isla lids id easll! could lie and the Narrow One, tween Imbio but thirteen closed by be il b: 1 1 1 1 c 111 In warships maintained ise. In Ibis manner 1 1, P 111 ds itotlH lb He kept on speukirig of the guns 'm, so did ihc other officers and men Ith the depth of feeling expressive "f realtatioh that the Kims meant life and death and success and failure for Hi in. Singularly enough the Hritish Jl in I. iking the (Tench was less Ihun ni losing ii. They got about 1,000 Wrds with the ftril rush. Mostly they ei the Qermans coming from agouti and it was hand-to "hen the Oertnans did not yield. QctgaMH ituiitii Alive, As soon us they had yielded they "" stalled hack toward the Hritish fear, f,,r m the maze ,,f traverses where rifles aind bombs are lying fcout loose prisonerv may soon renew the frnv The next day a faint rum ?e like Uuii of i, hniiino voice came from a pile of earth and it was found thai one of the high explosives had ' awed the door Of a dugout. The 111 tpantt were resetted alive "h,'it an officer nnd some men cjjn-ie to the edge of the mine-cruter found nearly loo Germans in the jWtom of It, where they had taken ov,r from tno bombardment. The '"tlsli looked down at the Germans ana i he Germans looked up at the "ruish. as one of the men said the i prim, whh mutual hut the Qermans ' ie a little the more surprised of the " The Hrltlsb had bombs in their Hinds, All they had to do was to "land buck and toss the bombs UttO the crater, '-hueklng bombs into a dugout n' ii ihP aecupants vvill not surrend- , " "ne of the com mon eat proceed nK in the course of taking a trench. regular hospital treatment until it is definitely established that a stiffened leg never will become limber, or a crushed or smashed arm better, When his physical status has been definitely established th, soldier moves on to the vocational or indus trial department, where his capabili ties and im Ilnatloni are Studied Then he goes into the binder) or the print shop, the carpentry department or the school of mechanical arts, if. for Instance, his arms and hands are their I unimpaired he may learn stenng hand I raphy, typewriting and bookkeeping. The third department meantime be. copies interested In him, and. before they i bo is ready to leave the institution. Securee for him a position in which he may earn at least n portion of the wag,- that he whs capable of before going into the war. Munich, as the capital and largest cltv In Havana, has uuite naturally the largest percentage Of Bavarian wounded to care for. With every re source, financial, social and economi cal, she set otlt at the start of the war to sec to it that no Gorman l ity rhnuld surpass her In the excellence of the 'are accorded the wound' ,1 Ami hoped io mdu ilu in in uniting dependent pows iter d( NOTICE. From and after this date a charge of ten cents per line will he made for publication of card of thanks, reso lutions of respect, obituaries, etc. Thi. rtoe not aprlv to notices of denth. time of funernl and similar notices which will be published a." a matter of news Persons desiring to publish (ards of thanks, etc., will please write them out and send or brine Hiem In THE MORNING J'lt'RNAL. THE EVENING UErkUX Mongol Russia to SUpporl II Mongolia n an In ind were unwilling to consider returning to Chinese pro lection until il became clear thai Rus sia Would not lend them a band In taking over Inner Mongolia and mo ating an ail Mongolian government, Russia gets exemption from dot on all Russian goods entering Moll-1 gohs and on all Mongolian goodl I II portl d tO Rusetl The agreement grains Chinese goods the same treat ment thai China gives Mongolian1 noods. Chinese goods entering Mon golia from the north are to enjoy the same treatment as Russian goods. China will direct the Mongolian' postofflres, while the Mongolian gov ernment will supervise its own tele graph lines. Each nation will main tain a court at Urga and all defend ants Will be tried in their own POUrtf President Yuan Bht-kal has already issued an am nest v for tin- leaders In strumental in Influencing outer Mon golia to throw off Chinese ruls, While outer Mongolia for OinturleS had g sort of semi-autonomy, which j was guaranteed b the Man, hit rulers. it ii,,r previously enjoyed full au tonomy under Chinese directions such I as it has now come into. However, both China and Russia nre believed 10 have bad n distinct diplomatic tri-j iimnh In the settlement of outer Mon gOUa't stati ment Oute flcnll, Is not impossible of Imbros, I.emnos and Tenedol cunbl be made a strong military and polltl- was realised by the conven- ml, in, which ended the Dal cnl facto lion of I kan win provlsioi firstly. I the intc them agi ly, becai habitant! 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Bulgarian i , Hritish fie ion to the h of th. is. h is tin Mk a villi island t, Hill 1 deag from Imbtos Island, a III caused Ho- Bulgarian pn rt of has also upani v b Aegt an Island!, only forty-five w hi 1 to al blockade ledeagatsch also diawu interloi ence. which public' erected the soi I ndi'i Ihe new agie,- ei Mongolia may direct it" rfairi without outside influ- ling has regained territory almost one-third d the re ntire area, and Hus-ia hns tllllCH Ii lias View conditions in the northeast reaches of the Aegean sen with considerable anx iety and resentment, Bines the. Greek port of Salonika would also be undCI the influence of a simng Hritish baae mar the Dardanelles, no satisfaction with Hie new status of the Inland has been expressed by the Greek press, ca pe lallj since the wholesale "brinilntc- Up" of Greek vessels by the, Pyiti-li fleet liulilmit CdfVmti Ciarul Ufiiiglit, walnut case, regular price $(00; sale piice . . . 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