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ALBUQUERQUE MORMNG JOURNAL.
CITY EDITION CITY EDIT'ON j rlllRTV-SlXTH V! K fin .w in -' QUERQUE, NEW MEXICt 'OBE . So. FRENCH OFFICER THE WEATHER TELLS OF FIGHT I GERMANS WERE DEFEATED WI TMIK FORI -l iliingion. I k !.- nv M w i miii u iirrnitT. WHE BRITISH EXPECT MIGHTY FLEET Tl g "ii ,i parapet nt one trew he ! i! wounded i iii th chars toward h. lei ot herohnn WIN WAR FOR Summary of War News of YetterdaM ALLIED POWERS 1ST PATHETIC STORIES TDLC OF HARDSHIPS III SWEATSHOPS MIIUBURG AGAIN MENACES RIGA, RUSSIANS i GAIN IN SOUTH of the Horizon on of Battle Before " Stooped, First Day ; ,,,;; ;; ida! Rush ;;'-" the I 1111 battle, TRANSPORT LINE IS TAKEN FROM TEUTONS hi. French ana wn For ti"' being about i.- li,'f,,r,- tlx lift', to many b uioam oi Dominion Is to by English VV at ships W orfci laud and Pf ceMrate autl p.i nt s and Do QmUAn I to mi.iIm' ill cully w. ilegr iph, . Island TRAFALGAR DAY IS TO BE CELEBRATED Vivid Description of Results of Fierce Struggle Given by Man Who Was In the Thick of the Fray, TWO SHOTS ARE FIRED AT CATHOLIC PRIEST Winston Spencer Churchill I Says While Teutons Have i ooiubut "o? Oct. jo. Angered I Not Been Beaten on Land 11IISSIOII 1- Eai om Four t COMPELLED FREQUENTLY TO GO WITHOUT FOOD been a ",k,One Youne Woman Admit? bia I oept fhat Teuton In vaders Are Moving Slowly fJvei Wido Front, BRITISH FORCES NEAR HISTORIC BAGDAD sa en Route to Paiis; Inter IT MONN'Na JOUBM, '.UK Oct in to the edae LKAGKP WIMIJ took every horlson the or Btn i n 1 1 1 1 ' Both bull Rev. Fsthei assailant an tsslsted morning of September 'I' Ill oil, III l"iig rusi' .t ml Kt missed their mi .node sprang upon pectntora of the h dlaarmlng r'rye. Rhode ti,i,i tin- po it was wi i explaining his le ISOI 'abinet. Rli , Itlln MIMII I 111- I i VI th correspondent in his firi field of the mr-at battle isgne looked acroas a nhose thin ps .ini thi was kit its, halkllke redoti ommunicatlon j iii ,- constructions nan military sclem .ought Impregnability Walking over the Frew ii advance thi witnessed the results i srful defense against srful attack of the w hill, the Butte of Tali i ii-ii of which ciincl ditches and In the rolling t udded with i nklud Ith ' out against system of sa, traverses, other de- h H,-r- NDIGNANT BECAUSE SHOW IS POST s ii, jo mm rrow'a otisi't Spr seph said t, IlllliKM protes IIIID Wial Mai or J f Trafalgt -seni i tin tin ml, U. Davis, M urphyi vouH ore mler As Ueved fu a England Ihe aus mid in in I Hi Si, In working on lunch) 1 1 lUms 1 1 rs' iiuu'ti. t pope Bene, iti the Counti Her and seven court-mart tali i - ted on Ho lu-ll, Vllle, Mlm ,-! sons wlii Iglnm am f hat i Thu my ,1 reprn der tii ii aminatlo in- might l 111 lllr c I til the of the rrespondenl most pow -niosi poW" riu- famous the occupa the French been hanged sister-in-law, Bcotl becausi hanging had negro who was Friday for muni- Tin- governor n of r porta thai i been made a I ir i ere seen bursting at u ui be railroad at Bommeby, This Important German In has been out or dc "rnch gnu fir, renderin oad useless, The prodigious labor di -"rench before the attack iy the transport road ten mil .i a Indina communlc "The go Ihing al tin was condui Lei irnor ws hanging tnil with illicit d, a recent pectaeli . Every- naval dlSDOSltl Indicated, throne amid grand fu- t i ,- decide the Is ll Thi- ureut strategic conclusions upon which our have been shrouded ised Its rn fate of I liming tin ii chief!) weal ih hardtng i as of the operation tally routine, by artlllt i'j hi Herman liu heavlls ihe H helms, whli have explode i, i ised thai from imnrnn V KLCi Mi'JUt JAM FOR SOLDIER! mi- by s Indii miles diti .1 s, one of three i caped from the Uitlte Uarj here on August and- r a section ol tin arresi a) Ball Lake ti Tttomas v jonea Tex , of Una we I ana I I I" da ! i , an 1 1 1 1-1 legraph ci m,iinl , IM 1 IIH3 WIMC) i H (iii p m. i- Batth Hull n- pi OVllP port, a ltd hi, i Dail a,, where the imiii'-iI railirr Import -ai-r now , oinpi ilnB in Th,- Germans have oonoeBt rated - rj large foreea, with a grtat aaaovnt - -1 urtlllet south of Riga ami as a result, a stubborn battle has bsea Ih progress lor si-icrul duM. Field Mm - ha I von Ktndonburg, who is in cmn mand In this region, reported two -ins ago thai his forces na4 raaalied the river Dvina, but, u on previous , ions. Ihp. tin mil and fast -running watvrwa) appears to havt heM him up for the time being. Mat l ain nalo Itiait. The situation, however, is consui- eied l' Ihe llu-sl.niN I-- he mole seri ous than it has been tor a Iouk tUate, ami there is again talk of the evaoaa- Hon of Itlita I'j tin- ml 1 1 in iv men who have been in sol,- occupation pit the in sim e the civilian population left p' l" , i cording n :i P tunnelling prison, is under City, I'tah, ae- u iiiessaKe receiv i d hy Morgan, warden, today, was cniivicicil in run "mi", if impgraogjttlnj n offlo r, ini' Tl tiiiongh chalk of tin- consistency of .-."ii stoae to enable ihem to move rapidly under (lie inter of their shell. in,- for ihe assault. Though this i three weeks and more after the battle, i ih,. ground was still strewn with Ger man sheila and humi grenades that! had not epiode,i, and French soldiers were yet gathering and sorting piles of lierrnan neoutremenls Deaf) Him i (l in shell UolCft, Here and '.here, some times in ,i shed hole, some times in a dugout : the Herman dead had been burled, .i -in,, place thirty-four ami at an other sixu-i n, ai a cross, over tin- com iiLLEN WITNESS wears thin; offensive In has not ru tied Urn S Ty neglect can 'The choice to ledom "f the v British i pi' the French and liriiish ed. lull taking lowhs from it' Infill Mn greater or less i ment from foren "i ahusive langi i Alderman Gel ; v as curious to managed i" llv Miss Iterg expla arsh lri-af-lli the way pan Th lam (rem lift ugfeeti iii 'i miHm of th he Ti save orld ami AGAINST FORMER BULL M00SERS WOULD ' DISTORT HISTORY CLOSE f liS mini Krcn grave h dead revs had o Ih lied, also n n id ' nlifu-il to ii- names oi cross seen id on the fli Concerning iperatton, al ii. been laid eterii s then- j e urates be crosses bear-; ll, n. Nearly I e inacrlpt ion i srolsm." the immensity of i least one million men bit- enUHKcd on Imth sides along the -narrow front it was amazim? how) apparently small had been tht num ber of Frem-h casualties. Officers "in, had participated in the charge said the German losses had been ; heavier than the first official esti mate and must have reached U0,0. I Twenty-five thousand tiernian pris oners, they said, was a small pro-j pa imii to the number of Germans; Killefl by the hlKh ,-xplosiVe shells Recent President of New Hav- ,'f en System Testifies Astiinst : tz,,,i chtefi mi in a nmmlttei est with nptaint was i unfair in 'progreash e talemenl thai it by dlaaatlsfi deshmatlng republicans" Mwas organ ,..i republl- BACKED HUERTA Ai RUINED RIS WHOLE CAREER I lllllKI , nti Men ONLY CARRANZA hungry . CAN GET ARMS F ROM AMERICA id Embar- Shinment I ild ation of Anti-trust tin me. t In 1BV MORNIhd JDUHNAL BCll. LKIID WIWI1 thnn to Mexic w H in.' , n hours innorted New Me Vol '11 York. Oct ine time pi New Haven testified as - d In Ill- Ill' I ml m hand-t trenches. The bitrbed wire front of the first line trenches had been cut to bits and It was Imnossible lo live or to make resistance dunnir the preparatory I bombardment He rushing with Whom he as ,-d mi the road's whose I rial nil I In I tl K the Sherman Kan one Week 'l'1 Standing in ion of the .New with a long I'u. Charles esident of tin- .Yew & Hartford r 1 1 1 1 - go emmt m wil the eleven men foi merly associat loord of directors, charge of vlolat-antl-trusl law be- PROFESSORS WOULD DISCOURAGE MARRIAG evading Ihe I MUflNINO JOll idon, "tel. m heudln ll -lion r ill I am U htngti Wilson i sin proolH m il i" on shipments pi lion tu Mexlci slmultnnei istablishin Of ar-ns II ami an OI atsK .Mel I, the 1 road x government map England railroad system, pointer in his hand, Mr. t two hours explaining r th,- e petlttve a" tions twenty-five years .1,.. "v.. u- Hivmi alleaed (V MOHNIHO JOU"NI,,- BBCI!- L1ID W'II New York, Oct 20. 'Matrimony ; should be discouraged by compelling i married men to pat a heavier tax , i. .a T,,..r !,.u,.,,h 1,'ri-nih I Oil 11 O , , I, ,,',- , I , ,'. . w I' , ,1 v..... '.... ,-.,t-u,l'.- Of- '. e a state legislative i committee today, i ,,f a proposed it" Professor Johneon to pprovai of showing fa iiii-i ! Johnson, o , elan d. '' i Investigatu i Dlscussh ' lax ea used sett his dis lax llism Soldiers uc.reed that f the first line was a betllg neither rifle nor ) fire to slop them, mil been the work of the i enormous concentration of French ar tillery, Serious resistance developed at Ho- second lit11'- Hy the staM of wlr walk-In, then machine nun excellent had irre- ili A ll onspirai POI I it ioi Kan. The f was Kfe cordiallt there were William R era! of tht forward to 1 1 ted with by th, every d 1 1, fi expended trenches lien nave his , up r an agriculturist s railroad experiem k to ! sua when h' he naahler's offic ,,r the which doien in IS! tiin tmly nieasi sp, indent was mil- had advan through th" opening mac rolling on. The labor that had been in consiruitiiiK the German an a fortification was enormous, Casualties I iiuimiuiis. The most formidable point seen mam ,u ..,!,. 1 1 '. i T,-,,, , P.rieol u hii ll had on all sides mitrailleuses, a laby-f exUtencs. The New mth ot dung Hike cellars, sami-; strim-mmi adv . . Ug . i o...... i.,..,. i,...i i , . Witness indi'-at'-d, was ""K Kin" nri-, line ii i--- e, into heaps of earth by the limb ex- i liafti. . as mine tiinuieuu L'p.in, I. i,,f,-itrv on aur- COUld maintain inillM ih mHlnm marvelled tO iserviee lo New Y'oi'kCXI find a few men still alive. What few Were left had had their senses numbed. If w,- can Hike that with our guns," raid a soldier, "we ought to he libit to take anything ihe Germans can build." In the midst of what remains of vldenca ol ti ndanta ami handshakings, iketeller wai among v deft ndants w ho stepped converse with him- i'h I would r man Who because I Ihinn erlng commenting on tim ,u British minister to M criticizes both Preaidi the British governmei nt of 1614, relating Carden went i" Mexli . or Sir Rdward lrey, 11 foreign al l. i ii s, and .--a' ml Huerta ih, forelR how Vbusi s i,r Hystoan, Alt, who earns $ 1 a e It . hat : be keeps wit bin her in Watktng Iw'o miles lo ami rk mil npendlng only IWi nt) s ii day for food Miss All, ith'ers, was agked if any fore- le Improper advances to her, of the ill is told im Hint the had asked llu-m lo gi I particular)) I in Mi leneral nns Horn i niodlfle ipnln officials, i tin- departi Villa, ibis the the is married i do not bc- to encourage 1 taxation," agreed Malt - ! whli "Th ul th" dated back Ll, 111 O, ... , . Northern railroad of man I psiiii'., Then he traced on tin- map the routes I New Bngtana i) had an Independent ,e New Havens chief the time, we I in passenger j 0t the other roans, through paagenger pi over iik'i Haven Hacks. still 111 llli' lino.--'., when adjournment tomorrows Whi-nj uvernmeni eapet is lieve ll is a good matrimony by he Johnson explained that he wilb the theory of Thoiiuis I bun that population lias a tendency ,., In increase taster than the means to support it. h "I believe that Hie aWfUl war over in Europe i being fought oul i iu thP human race has dellberatel) r' -lns, al i" see ihe lessons of his doc trines which were taught a hundred the prol, ssor sunt. ! tin h he spli Intrlguei ministration t and as he wa I hi - In Washington ad- ft1 rn If damn the offend, 1 1 ffendi assessed ' Milluian lim nl. If Ala mi years ago, t ion assailed, and his appo felted." Tin- appolnti I.,, si .,i 1:10 Janeiro, whli 1 tenanted for htm "Thus was " 1 Iflci d, Utette, one of the and accomplished ENGLAND IN A HOLE, SAYS CORRESPONDENT! V ill I M.I. I i 1 III (1)(. M l n PESSIMISM APPARENT IN BRITISH JOURNAL, Ni w Thc if h witness was testimony 1 1 oropleted, to use it a build up th 1 qnisuion "i which dual to (V MORNINO JOUHNAL PfCIL LIABCD WIRtl London, ( let, 10 (18:1 p. Hi, i Tb feelings and icmpiT of the British public are thus porlraSMl in this I week's issue of Truth: "The last week In London has been one of Ihe most haiTOWing we have gone through since thi Not only has lb OL RMANS WOULD NO; SPARE GIRL'S ii,i. th wh! sub (hiu result of colossal labor and the yen, with use of prohahiv five hundred thousand ; connect sandbags was a mine crater 100 feet; " deep ami 10 feel -cross, which the British Naval t.-- freneh created by a mine explosion. I London, Oct, '-lo (4:066 p. m i -. thr.ii- n-nrkll.,1 ., ,1 ,, ,,, lice nil-11 1 Was maili ne gnus nan imimn ... , . , , ,, lust before the infantry chars 'that the total number ..I l-,,- ,,,., aiu ,.1-nlcr. were KCell. 'ch.-lllt vessels, X lllSlVc u,,,i.. ..-, iih. pn wan which the i Hiink bv submarines I" Ocl lellliillls h.,,1 hill ll to supply llieir IK3. The number -dffi-l toda) i llritlsh mer- f fishermen, her war I" gam ry situation on the continent developed new cai's-s for alarm, not only hav Sep pellns dropped their bombs close l" our doors, not only have the croak- Srs croaked more vociferously ami Confidently than ever before, but We t,,,,,, ., thrcali lieu nun an acu,, I MORNINrt lOimML -Cl liilnn. i e l i , : rlcan ami Bpanlsl Intervened to tenth sentence v the German on Miss Bdil 0 p. in. ability of our slal I strategic conduct i I I h- n llltngnesa of pint lh war; lim- I rioua ttueatlons " I minds of polltkdan land lineal, n to l mi mllltai I I ' il In Hi' r and in - to Slip VCIV M ihe thi die alike overn t the other end of MM eastern fronl Ho position Ih J i t Ihe reverse General Ivanhott, who has proved Ii in-- II I,, be Ihe must aggressive of the ItUKslan coinniaiideiH, has been Striking) haul al the A uslro-i iermau I forces on ili mlddlf Htyr t rul all along ih fringe of Gal tela thai is stin in Itussiaii hillldi . Al scvei a I places he has driven Ills Opponentl buck, gild iin - is a report tonight that the au Irlans have sva ousted Cseraowttg- report which finds some eonflrinaUon in an Odessa dispatch declaring thai ih,- Itusaiana have abandoned their contemplated evacuation of the norih- 1 1 ii ii 1st nets of Bessarabia d value In Serbia .slow. Tin- progress of events in Serbia is Surrounded l,. conslderalili' mystery. 'I'll,- Aiistro-Hi rmans and Hulgaliuns are advancing all along the various fronts, but not with th speed antici pated The Aiisli o-i lernuimi appal , nll have spread Iheii armies over a wider f i. as Berlin toMMn reports ihai iin ) ai,- advancing on Bhabats, which I long distance west or Bel grade ; while for the Bulgarians 11 is claimed that they have captured ut tan Ti p,-, southwest of gjgrl Pahutka i, n, I thai in advancing toward Kuma luiyo liny l"k .'.nun prisoners. Until ices are east of I 'skiip. -IIII some doniit as lo ii- hav,- , in Hi, railway ,i, ih,- s. i in, in government in report thai they have hlle other accounts say thai nans reached th city bill n Inicll. chier Objectives. era opinion is thai Hmj n llli- flrai place aim at the ii country, of whn-n ro- larevac, a I read) reached by them, is lim renter, while tin Bulgarian! gre milking straight a, loss the country tor m i, , donlu, i" i . they win find part ,,i ihe population friendl) In ibein. The Anglo Preneh forces have been III action near the (Ireco-Bulgarian frontier, bui seemingly the battle was u, i an important one, as no official i nch statements, attempted movements near Bulluch is yesterdft) bUl again Milt -re reverses. I hi Ihe other rmsna claim success near ih,- i lhampagne district, rltlsh in ac Ituitiluil. -I" i atlon hav occupied mi ot ihe Anglo-French I ihe Turks In GalUpOll, i Mesopotamia, it is unoffl- I thai the BtittgH life w miles of Bagdad. able impoi ia in , la attached Ival at i idessn of a military route from Kuwanle in oblecl Is not known, but it gri ral I tstli and I'' OltDKM within -i i nighl here thai su,-h mission in less Ills an I n i w trenches with food and material arc now used by the French. German trenches ore hcinc reversed into French defenses. An underground habitation, fitted with lace curtains, tables und ChaiTj which Herman offi cers had used, is now occupied by Preach officers An officer pointed out the spot near except a clump of trees where Ueneral -M ir Ihai time of fishing was 17.',. I I was Vessels n- Most sold. London Wool tuition. i . , . (! A sale of laisl I ,oiiu ,,,, die wool c.s held I.. ,-,- today. .. .v... i ti,,, miles offered wen Americans' bought suitable pan -Is and prices advanced fmm :. m r" . except blanket wn ami . which wen- unchanged. no, ,-i crisis and ugly portent 'ir the resignation of, I h,-' French foreign minister. "At times like Ihese, one envies th, -,,,li, rs In the In n' ties, held togeth er and braced lo heron- Sacrifices by ihe presence of the enemy, blessedly Ignorant of Ihe quaking! and siuenl- lngs at home, and the wrangling over Hn- list method of making war. Th" longer the war lasts more contempti ble creature the iiiin-cninbutant I seems to grow." Belgian ed tin passed Bruaseli British nurse, hill their eff( fruit!!, Lord Lansdowne house of lords nils evening, i as of two French women, who were also sentenced I haw seen the i strong representations made mi I he oying Bin- WA TO ELOPEj M TO PIFOi alii iffe eiiinliiis nttitlnsl in, i Ruaalan submarine! in ihe Where German ships have been ing heavily during thi laei fori- VltTlMil in rows iin wi sri bn ritoN r (old 111 how I he j self. "iin tin of purpot ciinsiani irythlfti Bl lie, i,. I had nn I ul ions ,n,l King Alfonso of Lord Lanadowne added I people ot ibis country were using continually shocked by guch Incident, the last one aluays being more shocking than tin- one preceding. A full report "f tin- Hla Cavelle csee, he said, had just IhMn rOOttved from the American minister lo Bilguini. Hn ver in alb I'opi Spa in ! i lermana hav age I repu pel or ' I bal i 1 1 I I he '.He e, slngl, i willlngnei and tak III ,r control sacrifice ICIV and miBs for fo i onvln pieces nd John I'cmlas, her hUSM ,r hour!, nald tonight they w ceil Ihai she aim,,- hui ited ti,,. body ,,r Michael Welnt tiled ueddler In b r 1 pn M Violent I, tlll-'l ih Hie ght tctl dai v moi ih ns during the ere particularly ,f Arrus, In Hie , i en h WO- ,1 lurg .i.'P' I'ol I II "III J I ion I"- Th" Wnler goes on the only way for Grt nMdt tbe situation Is I on her statesmen and I,, ajgue th ai Britain to , , ease attacks face, the facts on. day Tl the said iry W "1,1 i I In her room was Hon of Welnstel rim,-. they hellevi tha' a new trunk ele, at the ,IS of lo the til II It I - north Of Ihe A arin loll din leal shell ,mi ,,r iHiclms. mi the which extends from the Butt" r I,, Prnnay a new and very Vlo- Oarman bombard raent with ,,f all calibers iiiul projectiles f