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AMARILLO DAILY NEWS
VOL IV. NO. 279.
MAKII.IO DAILY NEWS. THUR.Sr.AY. SKPTEMBER 24. .ISM.
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RUSSIANS STILL PRESS AUSTRIANS
BRITISH AEROPLANE DROP BOMBS
GERMAN OFFICIAL REPORT SAYS RUSSIAN FORCES LOST HUNDRED
AND FIFTY THOUSAND .KILLED AND NINETY THOUSAND
CAPTURED-RUSSIANS SINK GERMAN CRUISER
I'.y Ataociuted Prcsj.
LONDON, September 23. The battle of Aisne seems to be waiting the
outcome of the attempt of the Allies to outflank the German right. Mili
tary experts warn the public not to ignore the German efforts to force the
The place is apparently surrounded and now they announce the occupation
French barriers, however. The Eng! ish and French public are patient, con
fident that the Allies will win.
! In Galicia the Russians are pushing steadily to their goal of Prezmyl.
'of Wislok, an important station on the Hungarian border.
On the German frontier the Russi ans are close to the German forces,
but no battle has occurred.
, The Servians record almost daily successes, the latest being the cap
ture of Liubovia on the Drina river.
The event of the day has been the flight of British naval aeroplanes
from Antwerp to Russeldorff, five hundred miles, and dropping bombs on
the Zeppelin airship sheds. The offici al bureau indicates the flights are a
j warning to the Germans against dropping bombs on unfortified towns in
i Belgium and France.
Il was reported today from Holland that fifty thousand wounded Ger
mans have passed through Liege from France. .Another batch of fifteen
' hundred German prisoners arrived in England today.
; Austrian losses, according to Russian papers, are heavier than those of
1 the Germans. They claim to have 61 ,000 prisoners including 535 officers.
' A news agency dispatch is authority for the statement that the Germans
have entrenched and mined the approaches to Brussels and elsewhere to
prevent the Belgians from falling upon the Germans should a retreat from
France he forced.
Replying to Germany's protest against the landing of Japanese troops
on Chinese soil, China replied she was unable to defend her neutrality.
BIG RUSSIAN LOSS REPORTED
1 A German official report says the Russians lost in a battle near Tann
enberg, one hundred and fifty thousand killed and 90,000 captured.
A correspondent to the Harwich News, says he learns from the surviv
ors of the three British cruisers sunk yesterday by a German submarine
that Captain Johnson of the cruiser Cressy, went down with his ship, cheer
ed by his men swimming around the doomed vessel. As nearly as can be
learned, 1,133 of the total of 2,200 men were lost. It is possible that fish
, ing trawlers may have made further rescues.
According to a message from Paris to the Central News, a Russian
cruiser has stink a German cruiser and two torpedo boats in the Baltic Sea.
ALLIES CLAIM PROGRESS
, PARIS, September 23. The Allies since the beginning of the battle of
Aisne have pushed the Germans back eleven miles, forcing them to a rough
country, however, which affords excellent opportunity for entrenchment.
Noyon is suffering from the German gun fire. Today's advance of the
Allies entailed severe fighting, the art illcry playing a large part. The com
' bat lasted 24 hours and eventually the Germans yielded, losing heavily.
; The Allies also suffered severely.
Many ambulance trains have left the front for provincial cities, carry-
ing German and French wounded. Large numbers of seriously wounded
I British officers were transported to American and other hospital ships in
j Paris.
Among the killed today was General Dupuis, commander of the 67th
infantry brigade.
! Eight American and British correspondents who had been arrested,
i were released today.
I FRENCH ANNOUNCE NO CHANGE
' PARIS, September 23. The French official communication tonight,
announces there has been no change in the condition at the battle front
' since the issuance of the last cemmunication, and comments on the battle
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