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.K)l H AL. CITY KDITION MS Miss Kate IICPV .111 i J ILLUII I . .LIES IN iR ASSAULT ' i hapim 11 MW V J1 eial of 1,11 cd : ' mcnts Razed by Terrific H; nf 9(ppI RAILWAYS AND ROADS SMASHED BY SHELLS ously llnouchoi mile Front After ' of Awful Bombar T MONN4S JUh SPEC I'm If. S -pi ::. A movement of the Fret i mora than fifteen bombardment for throt prepared ttorman p, were protected In lin w ins; tj'u use of the ill i ion "f Fran, ii art tiler, Ing win long range , i i ttlroaas and rail' while si).;, Hat nuns : tire ffrsl line of the ami ni t ) i mcnts MIS. movement in France, according to the, HavaJ agency, n hi.-h has received I from a correspondent an authorised account of ii,'- battle in Champagne. "The fir.-i position, which formed the principal line bf resistance," says' the correspondent, "comprised from tun in five trenches arranged en eche l 1 1-, with .i complete accessory of de-t fences, Including an impenetrable net-, mii. .if barbed wire, underground! hollows as it protection against bom bardment ami small torts garnished ; with quick filers. Further and fur-! thtr there was ., system "f trenches I which formed a veritable labyrinth, i Second Une on Height!, foresight i" mrant;,' their second line nf resistance ,m ih eights dominat ing In lh SOUth Hie valley nf III,' Py, Tao position hail tn he organised with Mr, (etween the two positions, sep arated by a distance of from two to two and .i hi 1 llei ' the pttlne . lh,' ggnifUli u. .i picpuud Mm a view tn defense inch by Inch. "Cttmanunlcatlng trenches uniting ih, two lines ami protested by acces sory defenses permitted the dividing of the ground in case part of the first line yielded, "For three days our batteries bom barded tip1 German position, Wol ma, If ns, uf the most recent artillery and were able aft of the conoui red ti iininatioii ' plete The protecting t aces si n the network of h:,riM,i torn Up cvervvvhere, Or! Itll'tl As tt. the network of barhcil wire, ii w, destroyed. t I It I Her) Cuts Off supplies. "Our lire covered th" entire length of Ihe first DoSltlon and with ,,n- i . 1 1 i I itiiiBv inn, ton in no o,t i ' 1 1 iik "oi.i.-s i tit, . railroads certain Oermun units found their supiiiies cut off ami remained ) groet forty-elghl hours without provisions, built "The moral elf, , t was no less pow ttrat erful, Sven (he Interruption of (hel bombardment Increased the. rtorvou T i ness of our adversary, who usslesals daj began concentrated artillery andcen musket fire. ,that "The clear sky of September 22 and ishai 21 permitted precise regulation of Mi observation mi the land ami m the : tip- air. At !i a. m. rain began to fall and shi n ut :i. l.', o'clock th" attack was ordered, yean "This tinman way", which, on a I At front of mors (hah fifteen miles al a'ain Hi" same moment ami with Ihe same the dash, burst upon ami covered th, "ii- Wtnt emy's tranches, comprised Frenchmen l mori tme en- 1 from all parte of Front and hi t col-1 the ,.y. ! nan let s I llUes' Louses Hmall. "In several minutes our me iiist of small losses-- small m erywherc jumped into the trenches, mastered thr and continued their course forward I "elicit Methodist churcn, with audaciousness, despite the soggy strut t ur" at Felicity anil ground, despite the resistance of the streets, was almost demollsl enemy who rapidly arranged Interme-1 Masonic temple at st. Cha diary positions with their reserves, oriUWon streets, sustained dam who. under the .support of perpend tc- mated at 120,000 through lhi alar communicating tranches, directed of ornamental chimneys an a f He from machine Runs and infan-i'l'he Beauregard public schi try on the flanks of our troops during j Ing and the at. Vincenl or) their forward movement. lum also were bsdlj damagei At three points tne advance wa Mrs dds to Horrot partlcularl) rapid. Near Sottaln wol Shortly after tnldiiiijtit directed three divergent attacks, cap j strayed part of the pi.nu of i tured several works ami entered Orleans a, id company, a trenches called Von Kluck ami von Fields and Florid avenue, Tlrplts. Then we penetrated 'trench I loaa estimated at 180,000, 1 William. II.' I believed to havi been caused "To the east the African troops j ning. crossed the German lines and fought CHI the river front veas In Ihe wood In the tlliciion of the I Hollalll- Tahnre , V,o,- t captured the field railroad .amps and I depots Assmili leasts l-aulileen MtnulcH. "To the nth t other contingent In 1 eighteen minutes captured an enemy railroad spent the tiipht on th saltern called 'thi pocket.' Further) road ferry whi,h grounded In Hi fighting found them nasains thelaisalonl river, two miles aboV Mttaln-Tahure road ami attaining the city. Four tus stood by .ill ni slopps of hin .v... m;: and although it was said ih" pas' "North ,,f Bea use Jour, while the lifers were In no danger, the h" German resistance was being main- waters made ii impossible tor Mined on the heights of l.a Butte du tugs to attempt to take them off. Mesnil. we h id taken on ihe vast k!- i A" railroads reaching th.- city i ,1s in the wooded region in Per i!iy yesterday cancelled their trains Lance and Demi Lone an enure fortl-l fled sNsteii: comprising no less thalliCHICAG .. "', i'itf lines. I'm m is a. I.Jtia feet, in extent This: L - , ill , ., ' , . : , ... I , r ul, ncr thr mad from Perthes to Cernay asi far as the Malson de Champagne, tt wumi ssw. issss wissi "In the eastern part of the attack- Washingtos), Bepi 10.- Rspresenta- m from we ,1 ,1 not pass the first DO-1 ttVM of th" Chicago meat packers siiion, which was particularly strong called tod) the state department "t certain points The colonial In fun- junrt Urged that Ihe lulled Stai.s pro-i try, however in a magnificent dash, teas against the retention by British I captured th.- bastion formed by hill I of fJctals of twenty-nine meat ships I HI. of which Ihe ravines and prom-1 represeatlllK about l.',5li0.nmi. I "ntr.rio. to, v,,,'(t. tn,. ri, ,.f a These cariioes hate b.-en detained I 'land In less tint hn,V f MSSSiges ' Al the end "f I ar-I THE WEATHKK i in u mint o gico: FMftai and 8 iit east port Una Km k i. niwiii i: 1:1 f i : 1 For twenty-four hours, ending p. m. yesterday Maximum temperature, It degri T9tt "' th, Infantry, cw oy and tgtilmftte pride f vt - I iNADIAN BUILDING SCANDAL IS AIRED . net At, i.iAstD tifiru- t; thuusu n,i said his figures were merelj estlmat ami Hut he bad no exact know ledge. HAVE PERISREO IN 1 ich Property suits and Pat leans Are Dev DamaJ SEVEN KNOWN TO TROPICA STORM KS of New Ur oapltallaation of abo ! or aboul 85 per cent astfltpfl! ManVlltuiisation iii that i Ul N At. C'KC LlttlD WIHIi ilt drowned, four WW of structures ii" I thosi drowned tM ,, wait heller weather, Th ,. w1 I aspore ii vvesienae miiih ntili, ,1 men met aeam when the yclerina r hospital on Ram- nan tipur Totiloitse street, was if m i motlahed, and ewi l.llle.l r.oihe- I Usathtg in tUver, (Jreolti reported by w ireless to h.it i, numbeu of i odles were floating down the Mississippi and houses for miles wars demol- rhoul i s ,ml Ing when . hut tho nek this from ten the barometer b w mil fell slowly At to twenty miles an hour at tent gusts, Much Property Dame From every part of tin reports of property him. me number of widely known i showed the effects of the .1 lapse i ii, tliles. ) were ware- swtt inpetl and the mill to , o ses III ttiatit many streams stripped of the corrugated iron sheatlng, wntcn j was bolted to the steel framework, ! Mam pass, ng is on tin Ban An-1 tonic express ..f the Southern Pacific Mis th' ihrhi 50 PACKERS - PRflThNT IN M K ! lilt''. vs'.'i . previous sctsu which receatt) the British prli cated by 2 RAILROADS OF UNITED STATES 1 IN HANDS OE RECEIVERS Bcfoie if This u INSOLVENCY WITHOUT ;BLOODY BATTLES IN PARALLEL IS RECORD, PROGRESS EVERYWHERE Approximating That of 1891, 51111 "The addition of the 3 S5 mile of , ,,.,.,, the Missouri, Kansas A rexas 8K'nkjiown i- thi nick' s i total of railway operat- 1 . . now being operated by receii is mora than One-sixth of th mileage in the United State reeds the total rallwaj m any other i untr in fin n dtalisatlo tted '-'liit The largest eiverships pre- ordlng to the commission's Pal year ending m roads, opar- hi' iitni with a $2, 600,000,004, f the total i ip mileage f fl vlously reei i nteratate 1 ftg-;.lune 10, 19H. when I sting Ja.l 10 iiiih s nf ne. were In Ing SU irection "i tlutith srated ln.ltr Hi I ships Is let bankrupt i AS BOMBS OF EUROPE OBSOLETE, EXPERT SAYS 'i ieil xnerta ,t mica i I ueyise a - is in, i UhlOrlno mixture i len -loll "ii- ling do It hel ho out of datl "The ceimo WOllld be ("I'I'ible .Mill stitt'llillk. Wai. instaoee a rse 11 II If 1 1 nil hvill ry, Imwi't tdlson and ntois to trible ens alii, the I" nil with it mi shores hold til iK 1 MINF WORKERS CHARGE CHIEF WITH TREACHERY . PtciAL Lf mio Wll Sept 10.- A III" late tonieiii b) thi United Mi Hanraty, tlon. "Ktill (settled Cla Co,( com pan: total amount I( ! 68 RegOlUtlom uk ear- There was 1st ruggllng adopt - ! Hlieka free hargesl A delegt tonight j on Maym or i he against wi urns of , ensure wen imr to three of the Hanraty. Delegates ! loss to know Whel iiK'imst y, r ill j full. II, sgerts, how ,i . . . , xllirHA N S HON. J HUT tno I. I s u " " " ' " CINCH ut MMmM lot London, Sepl iimlij M Kenna chequer, mad" house of cpnin holders of th. floated in the ON INCOMES atati ment in the today thai English IRlo-Ftem ll loan led Slates Will be subject to the Income t" Wliec evei lh,y hold the bonds, SltBSI h-ie or in I the I'hited Slales, MORE GAINS ARE MADE BY ALLIES; GGUNS ARE CAPTURED Lost to F rial Offi B.in In Alien Gen- ! on Land, on id in the Air, Mesnll ig hi Ho work tie la I lefattc,' I'l, ' I anil I anil .uu IctlVC n Belgium our heav artlllen t near Irmnncoui s if Royc, a mil i was dispersed by fur,- Baauvralghej ill mini's w In h tire. i exploded "'.J' "'" ground i more j ' 80, to road ft en Dor . have n ' "By eeu, a in i Ouvrage ,i n, r attack, neil "plllse, I. The , poll. lilt losses, !, '.Hint; of tin lit, uis has pen i omputatlon Their nun' pi s , apti ' , Septemh, front alone. flotilla of a, ropl.i t ml, i tttjt: 1 nomi, I llomi ; night inibai ib .I OF LAD'S Escape Bullets of ink tiisiru workers lploynicnt. FRFNCH SOLDIER! INCREASED T( Ulhtl Pel t (AfKO WINf , chamber of ,i session lodat Incrsaslng the from on ol Th,. chamtsi francs ism.o the Increase, rlvate studiers nts per day MANY B DISTURBANCE OF STRIKERS CAUSE DEATH KANSAS CITY IS MEETING PLACE OFG. A. R. NEXT YEAR. IS AGREED ! , I WOMEN AND OTHERS FAINT IN THE JAM Misi IT Mime iinn a nnnnuiusp i t in csldent, vcxeie IVumIi at White Hoase Arrangements b ui bean mini" lots were Invited ami to add to the oonfuslnn man) of thos In the crowd! th.it appeared whsn the hour fot ths ne eptioii arrived wor badges whit h thev ..mi lind been hoIu Ihvni at twsii-l iv-five cents with the undarstnodlng I ihnt they winild admit the waaftra to the White House KXclted men and wonp-n clamored foi admission at all I Ihe Kiiles where the pnheeineti had Instructions to admit nnl) thoHe wear Ina a certain kin.i of badge When store, I ijiitei lo ordering that every- j bOd) I"' pel lint It'll In t iller. Mailt People I anil AhoiiiK several men anil women hail fainted, and oile rs were so , x- aids ihe While rlocse and revived After ih" business meeting tomor row most of the veterans romalnlhg m tow,, will an I" V i'l i ii - Ion National Alexundi'r-llHhrpnbei'g, of Uellevllle, iu.t president, over three other candi dates Tie corps also voted from lis n tsury a glfi of 11,000 to be used as 1 v it. offii lata see fit Ml MOHI M T Utl I I IH I N III II' I M V -- s GERM A Do 1 1 II S WANT0NRY . i isiin witii duces evl , at hedra i an obsert rseas Net onfii mini; I he ass i ' i ptem her I lectrlc i" is, d on thi at hedra I to Ked Cross flag and tl mat ! oi the i iphlet. fellS, i. 1 IKE l i nun witl I till-ill a I ' dislri, I of r clinei to diat native of Ni" (Tnivertsity of in law practit tl If II, bUh'JU . 1 I'll v : Tii cr.i( E jcretary of Wai Believes Voluntary System of Enlist ment Better am1 Unions A"nv iii it kih'iint y t -. V MON.Nl lOIIMN London S, pi i country, al wimii Premier Asqulth i ami Karl Kitchener discussed ihe mill-; tart situation, the belief was expressed I that the number of men required for army, navj and munitions work in or det i" carry oul the war saccesirfully ! could be obtained bj the voluntary enllstmenl system The labor rsprs , Hentutives desided to orgunlsn a ki" eini labor recruiting campaign iressi 'i a II of the IliilK Would h mole KttCCeBSfUl e,o , i in i would ststa frankly tr as was cnmnatlble with the ui i. He pre sen I ami future needs ami would insjai upon employers no longer preventing their men from enll ting Th,. campaign ,,t th,- labor repre sentatives io secure enlistments will Include meetings of workmen in the Industrial centers, the systematic elr i ni. hi, m through Hi" trades union ami other labor organisation of spei lal re cruiting literature and the sending of deputations to the labor council and othet nraanlxali to egitl tin th" TO BE HUNTED ih in th, will nail hne ihr, i, no limited Ie to ! f ran lllllllj lIS nlosl KITCHENER AND LABOR LEADERS IN CONFERENG BORDER BANDITS IAJTH IAIRFI FRh SSI I II II lllbL.I.UU ALLIES STRIVE TD GET CONTROL DE RAILROADS S Keinfoi i Battling mi laiwlerSi VON HINDENBURG IS PROGRESSING SLOWLY Have Early toaiiuoneu i ran n j t ark en Serbia i Ireece Is Preoarim liUU irentl; now ate itlniph t onsolldstlnu the ground use tn i liam- shlch would cat. r part M Ihe WSSt is trcatest xtuh line, an, i some of them "'il went right through, i tlt encountering 8ai m s. i v ere U liable to main tain I holt progress at cording to the were captured oi exterminated. I., i man. lose Hill I'll The ' ' i in in lev 1 1 sr, admit ihe . ' i hill ill, t, the north of Mas .sines, wheri ihe French are nul tar from the riillway (i tangle, the p.isr,e ion of win, h hai been of ths great i si id vantage to the flsrntlns h one of the lines his been iincl far supply ing the Argonn army, It is lieheyed lo re that besnles I he gain oi ground both m Artola ami champagne and tin- improved posi- I ton Hlleci lievt peril from ..1 the atins generally, the rw em igsful operaliona ntust MM r ih,- pressure on NtiMM ami ipM prevent ths 4uMro-Gsrmans sending any large rot re agttlnsi Abe oli laliie reliifo.eemeuls far lh Herman arms ace aivrriMg on the a est rtr n fronl ant! ihclr aresience baa already had the ef fast of slat Senlng" somewhat the allien' offensive, lint Ihere Is a posMbiUty nf th offensive lireiiklng out on some other section of i pis fronl In fio t. the correspond, cut of the Koolnlsch Isltung al (Icr man i launrters announces that an alt n I, Was in. nle east ol AllbelA llle, which he says wss repulsed. Hlndennurg Move siowh. Field Marshal ton Hlndenbufg, while he claims to innc mini, some progress In Ins operations aktalliMl to liisb Ih IiII a loll", uat Irom that , it his troops i,t the southeast of N'ilna. however, have had better uc cess Thsj have broken thtouih the itucsiait position and uapturod a thou sand prisoner Ii is believed Hint iins Is ihe firm stroke In hi latest blow agalns) the Russian rlghl ami that he intends to advance southerns! ward m Ibf directing "f Minsk and ,n, lea oi to em oir th Russians I - treating from Maratiovlchi. Ilapatanc Drives! Itactt. South ,f ih.- Pripel marshes, in whi, h i a Id Marshal von Mnckensen mid his troops are stink, the Hu siuni hate been drives hack across the si t-i met, Iml alOUg 111'' ilnllclun border theystlll are heavily rtammsr- Ing ih AllKtro-l terlttan a unit s. In felt thai Bulgaria now m Iii ngali sndoned ani uiiuressl ninHlt hi llllemleil that Ulecie I praparai lone to 1 1 accept ' be i esignatlon of M ih. miplstet of finance, ttb ' lei iniiii tendencis KOREANsTn" HAWAII AND iStNA' ajMi ; Seattle, w.thh . Bapl HO Koreans in Hawaii ii' iri'tning with ivooden j guns, In th" hot f bung able l" f'- fCoreu front Japan, acoordlug to Miss i nh" i , Ban i n, a missionary i" ' tl iw in. who . oldr seed lh. nnllonal HELD BY TEUTON ' , out, i i tin u omen's Hi me Mis- smnarv SOClet! of Hie Meihodist Bpll i copal bun n here today "' 'ne of the r.. -ssssa wissi greatest difficulties we have," said . Sept 2fl With Miss Barrett, "is to Itesp mi"' ! ui iodti) or Com-iwi"n the little Korean and Japanese e signal corps, girls There Is filling of bitterness rirmn bordej pa I htiwesn ihom which sometimes causss nwer Bio (Irande j trouble between tlirlr elder "d to purstlS bgr ; 'I'lie Koreans ar, sll iilnf. fdr mill - "less, it wi sn-jlary pnwi-r. slthough present they report b) missionaries from Pacific , oitsi Itiei u s, to.i i he a merican RNMENT FOR FARMERS I meaic mint,,! I' praska to i be afternoon session of lh,. I' .n met i ureas toda) , It pro yides fOI a bureau. I" be operated thiol "h tin postmasters loaning mono on lona time to bona fide ie- farmers who me American ctiisenn, mi for the purchase or futnis or the ere" he! Hon of Inilldmgs on them, mid dra ina t per enl interest.