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PRICE FIVE CENTS
VOL IV. NO. 277.
-MAKIl.t O DAILY NK.WS TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 22. 1914.
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cf the German army has been thrust hack seven miles during the last forty
eight hours as a sequel of the furious fighting night and day in which both
armies, despite their almost superhuman fatigue, show the utmost deter
mination not to yield a single inch of ground without a terrible struggle, but
fresher troops at the disposal of the A lies have gradually forced the Ger
mans back.
The Turkos are adding daily to their record of achievements. Last night
they broke through the German line in a costly bayonet encounter, firing
only a few shots, recaptured and brought back four field guns which the
French had abandoned the previous day. They refused to listen to their
officers who tried to keep them under cover.
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ormous hosts are fighting along the Aisne, Oise and Woevre rivers. The re
markable feature of the encounters is that the troops hardly ever see each
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1 1 African and British infantry are adepts with the bayonet and wait in the
trenches until the charging forces are so close that a quick dash brings them
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his supreme indifference to political and other influences in his desire to
spare his men sacrifices.
The country behind the French army is rapidly being repopulated.
ARMIES INSTATE OF SIEGE
LONDON, September 21. The unparalleled struggle on the River
Aisne, commencing a week ago Saturday, has developed into siege opera
tions with the two armies strongly c trenched and carrying on an artillery
duel while infantry attacks and rmier attacks are in the nature of sorties
from a besieged fortress. Ocrr; np!'y one side or the other gains a little
ground but so little that the opposing side remrins in its trenches or takes
up its position in new trenches only a lit lie way back.
It has now become the opi?fr: of military men that only outflanking
movements will have any serious Hrd on either armv. The Germans, ac
cording to their own re; it have hern strongly rrir.forcct! on their right
and center. They ore naking superhuman efforts to capture Rheims.
They desire to capture the town at all costs as il will enable them to keep
up important communication ami i mprove their connections, either for
an advance or a retreat.
The famous cathedral at Rhrims has been destroyed. The French have
brought up heavy artillery. Their attempts to drive the Germans, on ac
count of the situation at Rhci.-.is, was difficult.
On the Allies' left, the French claim to have made another advance on
i ;(!V the right hank cf the River Oise which has been the center of heavy fight-
,"'.,!!:;" '".:. . ing for a week.
, r" ' '"r! Severe fighting continues north of the Aisne in the district, where the
' '.r'-' French say the Germans have been repulsed at all points. This country is
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s- . , i 1- The Allies have apparently scaled the plateau of Craonne, but ahead
vs WCATtin? of them is General Kluck with his great strength, waiting for the outcome
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been trying to work around the German right today on the heights of
Lassingy.
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