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Colonel Roosevelt Will Speak at 10 o'Clock This Morning at the Alvarado Hotel Front
ALJBU
UERQUE MORN IN Q JOURNAL
CITY
EDITION
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EDITION
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IIS 10 lOWi
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Out:
Albuquerque, New Mexico, Monday, October 23, 1916.
Daily by Carrier or Mall,70tj
11 Month. Single Copies, l0
Can't Figure
Whether Republican Chair
man Is Springing Some
thing Subtle or Pulling Bone,
WORK UP TO DATE NOT
LIKE IS USED TO BE
Rpnuhlicans as Well as Demo
crats Puzzled at Methods
Adopted by Funereal Look-j
jng Leader of 6, 0, P. ;
....d.t eO.MroNDICi TO 0..M JOUHNAL)
'mm Fe, ..t. 22.-IH W. H. Cil
lenHiiter, chairman of the republican
ttate central rnmmillPP, holding In re
sume extraoi uiiiui iij
or he is he
serve
nippp (if political strategy,
merely pullintf a liono? Is Dip elongat
ed leader of the hosts of the Grand
Old Party of Lincoln and Grant and
.YPKinley too deep for the ordinary
Blind to fathom, or is hp swinging at
the hall and tearing a hole in the air?
In "Cap'' really t li "r wonderful politi
cal general that many have believed
him to be, or lias he been overplayed
and over-presH-HKonted?
In other words, what's the matter
with 'Tap?" What is his game? ITa.s
he any name '.' What is he up to? I
What ails liim? j
These are a few of the questions j
that are going the rounds in the lio- ;
tel lobbies, the thirst emporiums and j
other plaefs where politicians,, near i
politicians and would-be politicians!
are wont to forefather and exchange
chire lilts " and philosophy.
The payehq tJ" is worrying; i
them, rep i.Sd democrats j
alike. Not that it maics any great '
differenep in the final showdown, but I
they would all like to know.
'" Not the Same "Cup," j
Except that, he still tiptoes around
ond talks, when he talks at all
that huslipd, subdued tone and man
ner that suggests a well-trained funer
al director looking after the comfort
of the relatives of the dear departed.
there is little ill the "Cap" of
that MiKRests the "Cap" of former
campaigns. It may bo that be has
decided to pull off some new stuff for
a 'hniige, and that he has as much on
Ihn hall as he ever had. but the fact
is undisputed and unchallenged that
ilurliiK the present campaign "Cap"
hasn't been at all like himself. Not
the least little bit.
Certain things have been done by
'he republican state committee, for
instance, that if John Smith or Wil
li m Jones had directed done, would
have been attributed to plain, down
neht politieal stupidity and would
lave earned for John .Smith or Wil
liam Jones the reputation of having a
slull sn impenetrably dense that a
diamond drill would not be sufficient
to make an impression on it. Hut
'"esc thin were not done by John
Slith or William Jones they were
lone by w. II. Gillpnvvator, reputed to
"e by far the most astute, not to say
'"' ami smooth, politieal genius that
played the name in our fair state.
Having been done by "Cap" Gillcn
;'t"r. people don't ca thorn ,nM0.
headed people just wonder what
""! niean? Of a surety, there is
nothing like having a reputation,
l'or Instance.
!t is not the ipUKt tikp (,,- Oil
'hwater. for instance, to project his
Personality on the screen at a
""c when l0 is managing the eatidi
"jt'v for somebody else. "Cap" has
"'ways worked from behind tin
'jn(,- It has mattered little to him
"at the people said or thought about
"'m so long as he was able to put
' miln toss. And as for taking
" nutiiitiw. am voluntarily making
""u an i.ssiio in
mcti he
u"l as soon have expected
Ip. .j KR molht the pulpit and
.id 111 the singing Ht a statewide pro
hibit iqii ,.a!h
"'"n, therefore
"""paisn Mi
Over 1,1..
,-i 1 wn nature a six
" - y nti,ri 1
lent .- ..... . .
,-ummers tiiirxnari
'""King Mr M, oil,.
"'""i real
THE BUSINESS SIDE OF IT
sincss principles I what Is
government. When money
should no for that purpose,
piivmcut of iimiecosurv sul-
Ihe inters of cu Mexico should mil overlook (lie fact Hint
the management of I he stiite's affairs Is no) unlike that of u meat
business enterprise Iliat ciery eltlcn Is a stockholder In a eoiMr
atlon. the capital stock of which is contributed hy the taxpayers or
the state.
Whi n 11 corporation wis aside funds for a tcciric purpose the
money Is expended Tor Iliat purpose els., the directors and officials
are calleil (i ue.oiinling and arc amenable o the law or the
l:" ' ami honesty an- the prime requisites demanded of
the managers or anv business ciitci-iu-isc.
The application of these si tuple business principles is
most needed in the affairs f u; sla((.
is appropriated for road building. It
.xme ol It should be squandered in the
11 us 10 poiiucai pnnisttiv wnose only claim for consideration is that
nicy ciiii (timer voles on election (lav. When lunds arc set aside
for schools the schools should ct It all It, s nothing less than
criminal that there should be any playing sdltlcs with the educa
tional system or the state. And so it Bins all alotis the line. Th(,v
cltlcn has a flulH to fn-l a.ssiinMl that he is hcIIIiik his nioncv's
worth ulicn he pays hN taxes. If lo state s money iH lionclly and
ts-onoinicitlly ss'nl the burdens or taxation will necessarily be linht
cr. hiN'UiiH' there will not l- so much money to be raised.
The overwhehnlnic argument auniiist the return or the old repub
lican t-lnjar to power is that it has been responsible In times ast lor
a system under which the funds ,,f the state were squandered. The
candidates on the republican ticket arc lor the most part men i
were a part of the system and whose records since they were thrown
out of 1 m nvcr has not been such as to encouraue tb Indler that their
methods will be any (liircivnt if they are auain placed In control of
me snne (."vcrnmcnl. Indeed, they are silent in the face or
tions rcuMrding their pivsent i lews reyaritin their
tney will not admit that the old system was wrong.
The administration or (,ocernor McDonald has Immi character
i.ed by economy and honesty ami by a wholesome reuanl for the
rights of the plain eolo or the state, ir the democratic candidates
are elected this year there is every assurance that this method or
handling the xsplo's affairs will continue.
Laying aside all question of personam lis nM( 0f Miliiinl par
tisanship, us a plain common-sense business roKsllion the voters
of Ncv Mexico should refuse to return to power the men who bale
once c poilcd them should continue in power the men who have
given tiicm honest and efficient government.
F
AMQUS EGI
pi
iLu
TRENCH TAKEN
ASSASSINATION
BY ITISH IN
lIICS.
r-ords
GALLANT STILE
.Tommies Want Comfm table
German Dugouts for Winter
Quarters and Go After Them
in Desperate Charge,
CLEAR WEATHER GIVES
OPPORTUNITY DESIRED
0 PREMI ER B
Terrific Ar
Advance of
Works Close
Fire Precedes
Infantry on
to Coveted
neither was "(.up." What was it all
about ?
I'Aplanal.ious Don't I'xplain.
There were some who explained it
011 the ground that "Cap" knew that
the Montezuma Trust company would
bo brought into the campaign, and
wanted to head off criticism along
that line by having his sey first. If
that was bis idea, "Cap" missed the
target by something over a mile, for
the Jloiitczuma Trust company and its
management have been the subject of
just as much comment as if "Cap"
hadn't spoken perhaps more.
There were- others who declared
that "Cap," with characteristic sub
tlety, figured that .Mr. Iturshart
would come, buck with a hot rejoinder
in the course of which the names of
other democrats would be involved
ami that the kaclnrs of the Grand old
Party of Lincoln would be treated to
edil'.iing sp eta-'le of a merry lit
tle cat-fight among democrats in the
midst of a campaign for national,
io 1 slate and county offices. Mr. Iturk-
j hart, however, has maintained an im
I pi 11 ft 1 aide silence on the subject, and
I all that "Cap" has gotten out of the
I matter, so far as is visible to the
today j naked eye, is what satisfaction has
come to him from having expressed m
a widely circulated letter bis per
sonal views of Mr. Itui'k hai t. What
(( untllllKMl (ill Pane Two.)
PRESIDENT IS
CONFIDENT 0
ELECT ON
Mr, Wilson Has Three Trips
on His Schedule Before El
ection Day; Will Receive
Returns at Shadow Lawn.
GERMAN PLANES
DROP BOMBS ON
BRITISH PORT
lV MOHNINS JOUHN.L PCIAt LAIIO WIKSI
Long Hranch, N. J., Oct. L'J. Op
timism marks the attitude of the
president in the campaign for his re
election, as it reaches its last stages.
Men who have discussed the situation
with him said today that he is con
fident he will be re-elected.
The presMetit has two more
speeches here, and three trips on his
schedule before election day. lie
probably will receive the returns tft
Shadow I.awn. He will leave Wed
nesday for Cincinnati, where he will
speak Thursday. Then he will de
liver an address here Saturday at. a
celebration of "Woodrow Wilson
day." Next week he will go to Buf
falo and New City city, completing
bis speech-making with an address
here November 4.
Alton H. Talker has accepted an
invitation to take luncli with the
president tomorrow and James W.
Gerard, ambassador to Germany, will
lunch wit h him Thursday.
Thiepval Stronghold,
I Hritish Front in France, Oct. 11 (via
; London, Oct. 2. -With the return
of fighting weather the I'.ritish resinn
ed the offensive on a larger scale this
! afternoon and turned on enough gun
j fire and sent in enough troops to make
sure Uegliia trench was theirs. It
waa the most important attack for
three weeks.
All this month Hi glna trench has
been developing a sinister reputation.
It Joins onto the old first line forti
fications in the neighborhood of
I Thiepval and anything in that region,
jwith comfortable dugouts, the Ger
i mans like to retain, m order to pre
vent the active battle front from
broadening, and for another reason
which a Hritish so'dicr expressed
when he said:
Need (.crnian Dugouts.
"With winter coming on, we feel
the need nf those deep, snug dugouts
the Germans spent so much time in
building. ' . . ,
raitics of the I'.ritish Rot possession
of portions of Itegina trench on sev
eral occasions, but the (Iranians
swarmed in front of their burrows
and repulsed the invaders. Kvidontly,
Iteglnn trench wns not to be taken by
.nibbling and required one big bite In
such eases there is nothing to do but
wait till c lear weather, when the gun
ners can see what they are doing and
turn on a No. 1 artillery curtain of
fire.
SOCIALIST OF
RADICAL TYPE
Dr. Adler, Who Fiied Two Fat
al Shots, Thought Count
Stuergkh Should Have Con
vened Pailiamont,
WOUNDS TWO MEN WHO
TRY TO ARREST HIM
Killing Occurs in Restaurant
When Head of Austrian
Empire Is Dining With Par
ty of Friends,
iAU-GEWNS MAKE .
! IMPORTANT GAINS OVER
RUSSIANS A! RUMANIANS
Dl DOBRJAJATILE LINE
I
lV MOHNIMfl iU".!. trvCIAt LIABIO WIN!
Vienna, Saturday, int. 'j I .11 a. m.,
via licrlln and Sayville Wireless to the
Associated 1'rcs.s, Oct. '-'2.1- The as
sassination of the Austrian premier,
Count Karl Stuergkh, was purely po
litical and was induced by bis refusal
to convene parliament, according to
the admissions of Dr. P'rledei ieh Ad
ler, his assailant, shortly after his ar
rest, y
I r. Adler Is an eccentric and super-
radical socialist, sometimes known as
the "The I.lcbknechl of Austria," edi-
I tor of dcr Ka mpf.
Wounds Two Others.
!r. Adler's arrest, was not a com-
plished without the wounding of two
men who had leaped on him after he
had fired on Count Stuergkh. and be
' fore Austria! and Gorman officers
overpowered " him.
The wounded men are Huron Aeh
renthal. hro'her of the late foreign
minister, and the head waiter of the
hotel in which the shooting oceuired.
Count Stuergkh arrived at the hotel
I at l:'ti) o'clock. Willi him, at lnnch-
m. ' ere Huron Aehieiithal, Count
iggen.inrg, governor of Tyrol: I loi r
' Jacobson, a prominent Vienna, intisl-
I el. in, and n:'i actor fiom Ihu court
j theater.
j At i o'clock, a man unknown to the
I premier, took a scat three tahlcsawav.
I He ale luncheon and paid for the
meal, but lingered at the table.
! Two Shots Take l:ffcct.
CZAR'S FORCES COMPELLED TO
RETREAT BEFORE TEUTONS IN
GALICIA; FIGHTING GOES ON
Kaiser's Men Launch Furious Attacks Against
French South of Somme, but Are Repulsed;
British Capture Strong Positions North of Riv
er, in Doing Which Berlin Says Lives of Attack
ing Soldiers Were Recklessly Sacrificed; on
Macedonian Front Serbians Are Slowly Gain
ing Over Bulgarians Who Have Been Rein
forced by Central Empire Troops; Bad Weath
er Is Impeding Operations of Italians; Aero
plane Is Shot Down Off English Coast by Nav
al Air Craft; Bucharest Does Not Concede De
feat, as Claimed by Evening Reports, but Says
Fierce Struggle Is Still in Progress. '
f . -
Allies Make More
Demands on Gr 'ecc
Inn st ruck I he pre-
I. Without a word,
fell lifeless in his
Hostile Aeroplane Shot Down
by English Naval Aircraft;
Damage Done by Raiders
Considerable,
MIL MI GIILS SI'LNDS
griLT Sl'N'DAV WITH WII.I.COX
Kr MOHNINCl JOURNAL tHCIL LIA.IO WII
London. Oct. 22.--A imsnn
plane appeared today over
fieil seaport of Sheernes;
,-,,,!, th nf the Thames. F
the
in-
foiti-
at tne
ir bombs
Miisaltios have I
i campaign in
not a candidate- one
to see
in 1 lie present
Gillenwater sent out
-page
letter vio-
and
protes
j . ' "iwt me laie unia.-
n .Montezn
""hi matt
""" who
hat
hart
"Cap
'iisn't
ui a Trust company a
r of his own pverv-
rar the letter wondered
had up his sleeve. Hurk-
maehine
bv time, it
wered ropped. No
been reported offieiallv.
An official communication i.-sued
this evening say s:
"A hostile seaplane was shot down
r,nd destroved this afternoon by one
our our naval aircraft. The
fell Into the sea. Jinking
probably was the seaplane w
visited Sheerness today."
The following official account,
the Sheerness attack was given
"A hostile aeroplane
Sheerness at about 1:4.1
flying very high. l"our
droiiiied. three of which
harbor. The fourth fell
cinitv of a railway station
aged several railway carriages.
"Hritish aeroplanes went up
the raider made off in a northc
erly direction. No can
been reported."
Montclair, N. J., Oct. 22. - 'ha lies
K. Hughes, republican presidential
I nominee, spent the day quietly, dining
this afternoon with William K, Wlll-
i cox, chairman of the republican na
tional committee, who motored here
from New York to confer with Mr.
Hughes.
The candidate took a long walk
luring' the afternoon and was in con
ference with Chairman Willeox until
a late hour tonight, after which Mr.
Willeox returned to New York.
Mr 11 uu lies' next campaign tour is
expected to keep the nominee on the
I go until November 4. when he will
I close his campaign ill New York City.
iTIic tour will be through the central
I West.
of
out :
approiu'.ied
p. in. today,
bombs wi re
fell into the
I in the vi
and d.im-
i ii.l I
ist- I
hav e i
ATTEMPT HOLDING UP
TRAINJN LOUISIANA
lt MOKNINO JOUKNAl 1PCIAL IIAIIO Wlftll
Shrevoport. La., Oct. 22. Vicks
biirg, Shreveport I'a. ific passenger
train No. 2. eastbound, was held up
near Kayville, l.a., tonight by five rob
bers, but it is said that they obtained
o,,ibniL. The men boarded the train
at Kayvillt
and forced
train to a
Ynsterclav morning a set gunnel
smile was 'on the face of Hie whole ; Shortly after 3 o'clock he arose,
army. Instead of raining and mist i advanced quick ly toward t ho premier,
miikinir a dinner',, i.lane of low vlsl- and fired three shots. The first
1,1! it v. an 'iihnest wintry sun was ' missed. The next
shining in ervstal, clear air, literally an j mier hi Iho be:
rtill,.rvman-s heaven. All the gun 1 Count Stuergkh
tribe necessary for the job were up , chair.
and in nositioii alreadv waiting for Huron Aehronthul sprang toward
such a dav as this, when the eyes that I A.
see for them from the
posts can tell whether
I shots.
I ed in
being Riven
lav acniu journal ipici.l lia.io
London, Oct. 22, The presentation
by the entente allies of furl her de
mands on Greece, including the re
moval of Greek troops to the south
ern part of the country and the hand
ing over of Greek war Miipplli,,is re-
I Hilled I y Keillor's A thou ' orrrt j,iitl
ent, J The Athens ilispat. h, which wan
I dated Friday, says the demands were
presented to King Const. inline by the
.'n noli military idtachc
requested to transfer the entire
tary force in Tbess.ily to Morcu.
livery to the enteni.. allies of
materials destined for the Thes
th
observation ; h;uid
practice i wrested
only
of
no! !
crawled over the tender
the engineer to briny Hie
aftei it had proceeded
about i
They
collide
tried t.
lieuili of .Indue nrceden.
Santa Fe, Oct. 22. Judge i. -jtu. duo
Hr.ederi. for nine years attorney g'-n-; nlim.r
"inning for office, and ' ...,i for N-ow Mexico, died a few rf'of th,
stop
mile.
failed ill an
the I assenger
break Into the
ittrmpt to un
cars and then
express c ar but
of
a-
THE WEATHER
partly
portion by niRht:
portion; Tuesday, partly
colder, with rain east
tI"M.WKATI"'-R MRECAST.
..,-. ' r- -2 Forecast: New
" .l itll .. . ... - . i .
paruy ciouiiy. wim
"I in West
r fast
cl"'"ly and
1"ft ion.
. F' twen, ATm:" REPORT.
XInv ' mrnny.
uiuoi"",! t'"'1'c'ertl"'P. 72 degrees;
at h r:,rk 43; temperature
south wind; partly
ago at Kedondo Heach, a s'.ibuib oi .
Los Angeles. The funeral took place,
yesterday. Judge Hreeden was a vet
eran of the civil war and during his
icsidenoe in New Mexico was a polit
ical leader of much power and
astuteness. He lived on F.ast Fab
avenue in Santa Fe. Judge Hreedcii
was born in Maysville. Ky.. fill years
ago, and leaves a widow, .Mrs. Anna
Hreeden: two sons, Koscoe Hre-'den
of Los Angeles and Marshall Hreeden
of San Francisco, and two daughters,
Talma and Nellie Hreeden. The
funeral services were conducted l.n
der the auspices of the Grand .vinV
of the Itepnblic from the Congrega
tional church at lU-dondo Hci-h.
the ollgllleol
ere locked. They fired a
hots through the windows
it
A
:ag
care and
Nobody
fired on.
Has hit.
.a ss,
railnad flasiuian. who was a I
ger, fired at the robbers and fright
eil them away.
A posse from
ooisuit of til
The Vicksleirg. Shreveport -cific
is part of the ij'iccn & Crc
route.
n-1
n- i
shells they leisurely fire are on ine
lareet which tli"V are to paste as far
as thev can on the signal
c,r tin, conc ert to begin. When the I
same kind of weather continued today
staff officers who arrango these af
fairs said:
Moving Dav for Teutons.
"This is moving day for the Ger
mans In Kegina trench."
The Hcglua Is a long trench of near
ly ,li,-,. miles, about the same length
as the battle fmnt. at Gettysburg. j
Shortly after noon, w hen there had I
been tho usual amount of shell fire,
all morning and nothing anywhere on,
the landscape that anything unusual j
was going to happen, a No. 1 curtail, j
fire was suddenly turned on Willi the)
same effect ..n the ear as when all tho!
whistles of New York start when the
.lock strikes 12 on New Year's eve. I
The usual billowy cloud of shell smoke;
vanoroiislv extensive in the cold air,
churned and whipped Hie length
Uegina trench with the customary
,.io-:,, v of these swaths of death i
tempest, and Ihen Hie Hritish Infantry
were in full possession of the trench.
Some Germans bolted front the firsl
ugly breath of that barrage, knowing
from experience that the only thing
to do was to move on to another po
sition and foi'.c the gunners to pre
part another deluge for the next step
of the entente allied offensive. Si
hundred left alive were taken piison-er.
'I'll" gunners are smiling at the stars r
tonight, which promise another fuir;.iw
day tomorrow. The cold weather haSTli(
transformed the army into wiioc,
chrysalis. The battalions are march
ing up the IrenehPs all wealing the!'
overcoats. The call is for more choc
olate and more bacon sizzling in puni
in. the dugouts. The gunnels who
stripped tor nioir woik
gllsf now warm lll'ir nan, is
heated mm barrels. At night
field where fires are permit!
men gather ai nun, the blaze
wood thev can gather. Tbos,
new t readies on t he
mind how cold it
ground is nd soak.
The head waiter grasped the
that held the revolver. Adler
bis arm free and fired two
Huron Aehrenlhal was wound
the foot. The waiter received
a superficial wound.
Assassin Is Calm.
Dr. Adler apparently was the calm
est man in the room. He gave bis
forces
mauds
w hi1 h
tlso is re, pi
Here made,
. unknown.
stcl.
Hie
iceee Is
Dt
war ah. in
ntlier do
nature of
name tn the p
and added:
men, I know
have done. I
News of tl
like wildfire j
indignation and
The assassin,
is a son of Dr.
strath deputy
mild type.
dice wit bout besitat ion,
'If you please, gentle
perfectly well what I
shall mil resist arrest "
,. assassination spread
ml was received with
sorrow.
who Ik 112 years old,
Victor Adler, a rei. h-
I alely t.
mier for
of financi
to dep., it
Hon in lb
depa rl ure
Among
bio sueco.'
I'rincc II,
mil li. ck
Koeliicf.
"Il.-rlm
the inur.l
un ha la ii' .
News ug.
and
socialist of
a
Vienna
the
e, Dr.
toda
'Sllin,
t bos
and will ad as prc-
prcsciit. The minister
von Koeiber, intended
for a trip of luspee-
bul has post p.
d his
no ol . no d as p,
soi s oJ Coo nt Stuergkh,
b et i to lie - Sc b 1 1 1 1 1, gsl u 1st ,
b u in, r pi e in n r, a ml
lew pap
or of I
mind,"
is point out
io preinh r w a
sa s the i i el
ISSI
ale Ha
I u-.
that
uey.
His
aster
si i :m
It It ITS dl.M)W
Kll I IM. OF I'HIMII Ii
London, Od.
patch f i hi i Ho
were grave riot
assassination of
the police wel
o!
dls-
th,
2. -A wireless
reports that
in Vienna after the
oiint Sfuerkh, which
e powerless to quell.
wireless also reports a renewal
the manifestations in Athens in
fa vor of the I 'niled
in
behalf of the
Slates in
( 1 recks
e i v c n -(gainst
in an asylum for inor.
yi a i s.
"Dr. Filedrlch Adler a
itrehlslio theories) and w
opponent of his ow n fa I In
Adler, the recognized b
t ro 1 1 iinxu li a n soci , lisl s.
ago, the Arbeiter
the official newsi
1 1 niig.i i inn so, la list pa i t v
I an editorial denouncing )'
. ler's agilat ion us obno.xi
clahst party, and deti in
I lie inlemsl The
I Arbeiter .eilniig
has lieen
than ten
. In
b r ,
A f,
.eilUllg of
ipor of the
oi at.'d a li
as a violent
. Victor
,f Aus-
w .lavs
Vienna,
e Auslro-published
.'riedi i. b Ad
os to t be so
ntal to pub-
dilor-in-cl
is I u . Vict
lef
u- !
if the
. A 0 -
: UOBNINa JOUHAU IflCIll "!
Ill the face of continued violent at
lacks ly the Teutonic, allies In Do
bnulja, from the Danube to the Hlaek.
sea, Ituinanlalis and UusslaiiH art)
railing back. '
Topral Sari and Cohadln have bei?n
taken by the. oinbUi' , . Jk Witjiu
German, Hulg.irtun ncl Tuiklstt
lorces, ' '.
On..e Trf nnylvsnl trout, b,(l
but. it; L.-d. i'. f'c',., .ng i-otilin-.tes ll
the mountain passes, 1'etrORiiul
says the IttnuanlanH have been forced
back In Hid Huzoii valley. Hucha.
lest, however, does not concede this,
asserting that Teutonic counter at
tacks were repulsed at tho point of
the bayonet.
Uiisslans Hud I y Ileal en.
The baltle of the last week along:
the Narr.iyuvka river In Gullda hart
nstilted In an Important victory for
the AtiMtro-Gcrman forces over lius
siaiis, according to Herlin. Here tlm
Kiisslans now hold only a small part,
of the front on the west bank of tlm
liver after a general attack by tho
Teutonic allies between Svltelnikl
and Skoinovoehy. l'etrograd says,
however, that the fighting Is still
going on and that the positions have
changed hands several times.
Trench Kcptilse ticrmniiH.
Twice during Sunday, 111 the morn
ing and in the afternoon, Germans!
launched violent attacks against tho
positions newly won by the French
In the Chuulnes wood, south of tho
Somme. Hoth attacks were repulsed.
j according to Paris. Some of the at
i lackers In the morning offensive!
i ,'uied u, t'oolhold 111 the French first.
; lino, but were surrounded and tho
I Liu survivors made prisoner.
Herlin, In admitting that In Satur
day's fighting the Htitlsh north of
I the Somme made gains, cliaracter-
Ized the Hritish losses as n 'reckless
! saciitico of human lives." Several
j trenches between Hutches and La,
- MalsonoCe, south of the Somme,
j were mcaptured Saturday from tho
1 Fi eneh. says Herlin.
1 Allies .n in in .Macedonia.
! (in the Ma Ionian front, slight
orocresH has been made by the en-
he
,'IIS
pal loll
nit, -nt,
of Athens and
allied forces.
Fir-
Si Al
I'ltlMM It WAS
OI'FOSKD TO l.lltl H l IsM
SCANDINAVIA DRAFTS
U, S, SHIP RESOURCES
I ;, i Iin.
leSS tO i
An- I
the i
1 tie ;
I lie i
,f any
digging I
ground won doll t
s. so long as t lie j
d by rain. j
In
.1
at tirday, 1 'el. 2 1 ( by Wire -v
v i lie. i I, ill lo is known
regarding the motives for the
.aoation of Premier St uerv.Ii b.
premier was a firm opponent ot
progressive lieiols in Austrian pontics.
He withstood the demand for Iho con
vocation of parliament, He was large
ly responsible for tl
press ' ensol'sliil
iinli, aliens her.
St
but tll.l
that the
111
A list ria n
were no
vv a v os of
politic
in Au
I ion.
The pr
m fl I
the r,-pr
1 1 feeling
Ilia t
had
la so II.
I nil high enough
In his assassiua-
ii 1 1 . I was not
ai in ular fore
mutative of a
regarded as
bill rather
syst em.
IV HntNINfl JOURNAL 'CIAL Ll.tID W,RI
New York, Oct. 2 2. - Norway and
other Scandinavian eountil.s will
continue to make heavy .Irall- on the
I shipl nil, ling and ma n u I 'act urmg m
j sources of the Culled States v. bile the
war lasts and for at b ad a car after
I it ends, according to Tiwo" I'.. nth
j of Christiaina, Norway , one of four
j representatives of lenling financial
and com nici , l i I 1 1
1 W bo a l I iv e, here I
ship llergersfjord
I and Itergell. 'I'b.o,
I Ha i t li w , re K not
' Ivlahl and Gustav.
I a re lo I e lie, i II In I
vest iga 1 1 1 1 g l, i.i a n i:
nlc all
ei inn it
iii.iii i
-id of
Heavy
es ill the Cerna. river region,
troops are aiding their Hul
Ihes In the fighting at tho
the Cerna.
rainstorms and snowfulbl
tho
sis in Xoi wav ,
on the steaio
oi Christiauis
ompa n v i n g Mr.
like, Soplnus
llegge. They
t o J some I line III
t ii rini: a nd t in. i u -
1,1.1V
li o
aie impeding the operations in
Austro-ltallan theater.
A German aeroplane, which
('ropped four bombs at Sheertiesu,
l-ingland. Sunday, Is believed to havo
I cell the same aircraft that was do
Mrnycd later and fell into the sen
under the attack of a Hritish naval
r, roplane.
b.
Kayville
bandits.
started in
I'a-
( l rgc Hiilisl. Di ntl With Tn ason.
London, ct. 22. Heut.-r s Am
sterdam correspondent says it is re
ported on good authority that Dr.
,, ..i, .. ., i.-neiish dentist, bus
been sentenced in Hdgiuin to im
prisonment ft.r i ' on the
iharge of treason. , ...
l ormer Minisl.-r Has ISInoil Hoisoiimg.
Anislerdam, Oct, 22 (via. London, i
A tdegiain fiom Sofia announces
that Dr. N. Ghemnlieff. foi m.-r Hul
uartan millislei, has been Hied for
high trees., II and sentenced to penal
servitude for ten years. Dr. Gheiiadieff
is seriously ill of blood poisoning.
I STHI I UtIMT TO
iMMi Di n i v i!i:oi;(,Aii:!
i-lal sub
t
,f in t , I -ei t to Nol way.
nee
Hu
pot
a I
the
for
Dr. G
ddn
- I b
i-nsdieff was arrested ill , on
, i b an intrigue against the
, gov.rnment. It was re-
and ;t, eeiited a bribe from
a cat. A later dispat, h son'
I., if J ibha (.pillion had
- 4 'Qir.m nt to release him.
Herlin. i d.
v ide, i--A VI
, ivei seas Ni- w
Ausliian eal.i
the iiss.-nsin
gkh. presnU
mi inber. H '
national de
precedent, !
tin ir re-m
peeled the
peror Fl a
The lot ,
Ili'liellloh.
leave of -
( by Wireles. to Sav -i
dispatch to tho
i cv says that t lie
' Id a Session aflcl
n of Premier Stuer-
U , . r by t he senior
! a G. ,rgi. minister of
. l a' , onlaii' ,. w it I,
, ! t.l.r ffl ( is will offer
.(iotis, ut It is not ex
.vil' be accepted by Km-
,t(lH, l,
i of 1 1 e interior. Prince
S. hillnx (fiirsl, who Is on
jeiic- v i return iminedi-
GERMANY TO RESPECT
SPANISH MERCHANTMEN
j ,av MON,N JOIIttNAl SrSCIAL LtIID WlRI,
Mi, ,li id, i id. 2 1. I Via Loudon, ! ,
I Oct. 22.1 The minister of slate. m-jv
! plying to a question in the chamber j
I o' deputies today, said that the G.-r-1
-man government has pi, noised to re-j
I spool conditionally Spanish ships
carrying truii, ev il inose witn
jsignineots to bdligeieiit port". Th"
i-iinbter reqiiesled Hie chamber not
to discuss Hie torpedoing by Get maif
siibiuai ines of merchant ships.
ANTI-CATHOLIC MURDER
CASE CALLED TODAY
, jr,.i IMtl.l LA1 "'
Gnlveslon, Tex.. Oct. 22. Cases'
growing out of the killing of William
Hla.-k. all aiiti-Cailiolie lecturer of
Ibllaire, old,,, will be called for trial
here tomorrow. John Oopeland, hank
cashier of .Marshall, Tex. where Klack
was killed on February ;!, 1IH.1, is ex
peded to tie tried first. George Ryan
next and George Tier on November Iv.
Localise of the religious questions
involved Hi' cases have engendered
intMise feeling and were transferred
m this (-county for trial on a change of
line.
Georgians l-aie for Itor.lcr.
Ma. on, Ga , Oct, 22. The Second
regiment, Georgia national guard,
left here today for El Paso. Other
troops here, comprising two Infantry
regiments, a squadron and a troop of
cavalry, and other units, arc expected
to leave, shortly,

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