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i Single Shot On'
l'OKIO, Aug. 21?Japan
Ualities following the exp
itiun to Germany, denial
ran warships from the Oi
B&' ijsjpo-unow. fife/
i. The strictest prohibition ]
publication of any information
Japanese ships and troops.
| ?ored and the newspapers are
'rtiyiljes at the Germany embai
f^al'efceing packed for shipment,
^ :i^iiat the ariswer' of Germany
?/ \riths1janding the most sensat
'lament bf Japanese in Germany,
feeling here. On th
^ Jbaiye -'given. notice that all Ge
f inust' be treated courteously.
The war and navy depari
P move on Kaio-Chow, where, c<
^/tifications are really formidat
'( / the European war thousands o
employed in strengthening th<
; FINAL CALLTOARMS
K " ISSUED BY AUSTRIA
m 1 v -
Wa MY.AfBaciATBD pmlK
LONDON, Aug. 21?A despatch F
. sent from Vienna under yesterday's
date says that the Austrian government
htt Issued a final .call to arms
X for all able bodied men from the
-agpsof tO t'o 42 years.
I AUSTRIAN FORTIFICATION ??
I BOMBARDED BY FLEET *
* ' I
f*, 1 .(BY AtlOCIATID metal ni
LONDON. Aug. 21?A despatch H
irom Cettinje Under yesterday's date f
says that an English fleet supported ci
. * by French warships In conjunction ti
with Montengrln batteries an Mount
Lovchen on Wednesday bombarded tl
the Austrian fortifications at Catta- 1<
ro, greatly damaging them. h
The correspondent adds that m tl
, an engagement between Montenegrins a
' and Austrians In Bosnia, the latter
- suffered 200 casualties.
> The British war information bureau
has not confirmed the reports.
SURRENDER IS MADE G
WITHOUT A SINGLE SHOT
' g *>V MIOCIATIO PRIID
LONDON. Aug. 21?A despatch
, from Ohent under yesterday's date
'yr says the Germans arrived at Brus- b
sols Thursday morhing. o
, The Ghent correspondent of the p
Chronlcie telegraphed "Brussels in g
1! now occupied by the enemv. havlntr n
11 been surrendered to the Germans \
' . without tbe firing or a single shot" n
I i OTHERS WILL AVENGE f
| DEATH OF ONE SON o
MY ASMCIATKO Mill) * S
I .> PARIS, Aug. 21.?Count Guerry n
DeBeauregard, a veteran of the war o
l. of 1.870, thus announces the death b
i ot'a son at the rront: a
II Ms: "One son already has met the r
' death ot the brave beyond the trontier
at the head ot a squardon ot j
- the Hussars. Others will avenge j
him. Another ot my sons, an artilleryman,
1b with the general staff
My eldest son is with the Twentyfirst.
Long live Prance."
GERMAN PATROLS ARE li
i AROUND BRUSSELS NOW
j. .Afil <T ASSOCIATED PSffSSl
ANTWERP, via Paris, Aug. 21.?
An official statement says German
rivalry patrols are circulating d
around Brussels severing communi- ?
' cation between the capital and Ant- ?
, werp add between the cities In the
. central dart of thi country. "
V WIRE COMMUNICATION I
h IS INTERRUPTED TODAY
Rf " ? ' *1
Uil MnUSMTIB PHIiai -*
LONDON, Aug. 21.?Telegraphic *
communication between'England and ?
Brussels was entirely interrupteed d
today and no despatches were accept- tl
ed tor any place in the Belgian prov
lnces of'Llmbourg, Liege, Nemur, e:
Luxemburg, Brabant or Antwerp, d
except for the city of Antwerp. s
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC J
- SOCIETY'S WAR PREMIER *
i DODVAX.V?The capital of Belgium
in the day. before the rise of Brussels
Its population Is about 60,000, and It
V situated about fifteen miles northeast
.of the present capital With
Tlrlemont, 3t Trond, and Tongres It E
x furnishes the line for holding back fa
the movement of an enemy acrose the *
i territory between Brussels and Liege. ?
> Local tradition has It that Louvaln e<
was established-as a permanent milt- o
Without Firing of
ward the Great
f Hosts Are
is quietly preparing for
liration next Sunday of her
iding the withdrawal of
ient' and the evacuation of
las been placed on the
concerning the movements
All correspondence is cenclosely
watched. The acssy,
where personal effects
, are the only indications of
will'be. Meanwhile notional
reports of the treatthere
is no evidence of antie
contrary the authorities
rmans remaining in Japan
;ments are preparing for a
mtrary.to reports,-.1 the for>le.
Since the outbreak of
f Chinese coolies have been
ive Prisoners Make Escape
from Taylor County Jail
News of a jail delivery from the
aylor county jail at Gratton, in which
re men escaped, was received by the
jpal.pbllce this morning. The escape .
as made sometime between last midIght
and this morning.. The men who
lade their escape are Cole Bartlett,
oward Clmmpron, .James ' O'Brien,
rank Martin and James Jackson,
elored. Martin Is in Italian. No deills
of the escape were given.
The Taylor county authorities nofled
the local police to be on the
>okout tor Bartlett, who, they say,
as relatives here .and they were of
is opinion that he would come here .
if the European War the Cause
of a Perplexing United
(AT A..OCtATS D PABSS)
NEW YORK, Aug. 21.?What should
e done with two escaped prisoners
f war, Germans, who reached this
ort as stowaways on the United Fruit
learner, Almirante, British, raised a
roblem today for the solution of the I
Washington government They are
ow In the custody of the immigration
fficlals at Ellis Island, awaiting word
rom Washington as to their fate,
'ormer members of the Almlrante's
rew, the men were put ashore at
Kingston, Jamacla with other German
ailors at the order of the British l
illltary authorities there and lmpris- !
ned. In some manner they escaped, i
oarded the steamer again and stowed .
way. The Bteamer's captain, on ar- i
Ival today, turned them over to tha ]
nmigratlon inspetcor as "escaped
irlsoners." They are described as
Frederick Affensculler and Frank I be.
5 Said to Provide for a Simple
Burial in the Crypt of St.
car ASSOCIATED Mill)
HOME, Aug. 21.?Rome mourned ]
eeply today the death of Pope Plus, ;
ut the sorrow did not prevent the .
ctlve furthering of preparations for
le holding of a conclave of the sacred
ollege of cardinals for the election
f a new head of the'church. There '
ras much speculation as to the probble
outcome of the election but the j
lew appears to prevail that owing to
le divided state of Europe just now it
ras almost certain that an Italian
rould be chosen as the Italian car
mais inrm ui sirongesi Becuon or
lie sacred college;
The will of the late pontiff, whose
seen tor, it Is expected will be Car- .
lnale Merry del Val and DeLal, was '
rrltten In modest language. It Is '
aid to contain recommendations for
simple burial In the crypt of St
eter and an appeal tor small penIons
for tiie dead pope's sisters and
ir one of his bod* servants.
HAT GET PLACE. t
(SPECIAL TO TAB TllUIUNI . V
WASHINGTON, D. C., Aug .21.- I
ir. Randolph J. Hursey, of Wheeling, r
i in the city. Dr. Hersey Is on his t
ray to New York, where he has rea- c
on to believe that he will be appoint- t
d Inspector In the health department v
f that city. The great metropolis c
as *000 physicians as healtt inspect-^
I GERMANS BY THOUS
1 IN LONDON; SEEK A
."T?" r?? - Crowdi
This photo, which has jtist 'rt
sieging the United States consulate
land The,.tlnited States is represei
PPeal'.to thia U. S. consul Just as, if
?v.i . ,:v Dl
Is Said to Have Blessed Peac
Only So Far As AustriaHungary
car Ai.oci.TtD mnu
ROME, Aug. 21.?The Trlbuu
states that the Austrian ambassadc
to Italy, Marey DoKapoa Mere, befoi
his resignation because o( 111 healtl
ssked the late Pope Pfus X to blei
Austria-Hungary and the Austria
army. The pontiff replied "I blei
In Mexican Troubles by th
United States Pronounced
by Bryan as "Wise "
CSV ASSOCIATE!) PRESS)
WASHINGTON, Aug. 21.?"The si
nation in Mexico is very favorable an
rou can quota me as saying 'watchft
waiting wins,'" said Secretary Brya
today. "The peaceful transfer of at
thorlty has taken -place and we at
hoping for an era of peace, progrei
ind prosperity." Mr. Bryan said th
juestion of recognition of the Cai
ranza government and withdrawal <
die American-forces at Vera Cruz ha
not yet been considered.
Will Go to Rome to Attend th<
Funeral and Burial of
Pope Piux X.
tST ASSOCIATED PRESS*
XTmilr VAT)V - ?M. 41 rr?n r
iv/nn, nug. ux X wU ?
he three American cardinal! wer
o leave New York- this afternoon fq
tome to-participate in the conclav*
rhlch will aelect a successor to Pop
?lus X. They are Cardinal O'Con
tell, or Boston, who left Boeton yei
erday on the White Star liner. Car
iplc, and Cardinal Gibbons, ofJBal
lmore, who expected to join hit
j FOR V
ANDS BESIEGE UNITED
BANS OF GETTING BACI
Germans outside U. S. consulate ti
achedthia country .shows huge crowd
office there, in the hope of securing n
iting Germany in Groat Britain duripf
, NEXT WEE1
Special Attention to Be Given
Needs of Graded and Rural
The teachers county Institute
6 the court house here next week s
devote its attention largely to t
needs of the graded and rural scho
and teachers at the suggestion
M. P. Shawkey, state superlntende
while the Marion county,institute
ia Fairmont the following week v
,r consider the needs of the high scho
'? and their teachers. Teachers <
" siring Instruction in graded a
ia rural work may attend the ini
n tute here and those deBlrlng hi
18 school instruction may go to' t
Marlon county institute.
A. P. Morrison, county super
tendent, has decided upon the 1
lowing institute appointments si
ject to change:
Secretaries?J. Ransell Rom!
and MIbs Bessie M. Dorsey.
e Ushers?Mosley Hall' and S.
Hannah. . .
Social committee?Carl S.Hawsi
a n w r* f*~m
<n< Vi U4V1X lOUUy Ci. V7> UU11UUU1| JU
Elizabeth Gordon, Miss Mary Curn
Miss Willa Leonard and Miss 1
t- M. Hlgley.
d Committee on resolution!?O
ll McConkey, M. H. VanHorn, M. H
n schel Cole, B. F. Haught, Ira
i- Swlger, E. Camden Henderson, M
e Bomanna Rowley, Miss Beulah H
is mer and Miss Audrey Jarvls. '
ie The institute instructors will be
r- George Bechet, of Harrlsburg, I
>f secretary of the Pennsylvania sti
d board of education; Dr. O. L Wood
of Fairmont, principal of the Fa
mont state normal, school; and M
Harriet "Lyon, of Huntington, a me
ber of the faculty of Marshall C
Of the Catholic Church is Cai
dinai Delia Vnlne at the
r or M?uiiiii nan
>. ; ROME, Aug. *1.?Cardinal Mer
e del Val, papal secretary ot state,' tod
- delivered Into the bands of. Card in
i- Delia Volpe the whole machinery
the Catholic church, giving Mm
!r the same time a detailed report of i
? business. With Cardinal Merry E
* retire all the other high he;
I TO THE FATHERLAND
5 :'V; ' > J
(c) Underwood & -Underwood.
s of German residents of London beleens
of transportation to the Father
the present war.'aridGerm&n citizens
When Armies Come in Contact
Will Be the Greatest Shock '
I in History.
IN BELGIUM SOMEWHERE
to But Just When and at What
Point the Censorship Keeps
Strrctlv unrfer Cm/fir.
riu "The most formidable shock to
he history" will occur on Belgium sol},
0,? according to French military experts (
of when the great armies of Germans <
nt_ and Austrians on one side and the
at allied troops of Belgium, France and
rill Great BHtain on the other, come
0lB lnto close contact. No.definite lnforle
matlon as to the place where the .dean
cislve encounter'Is to occur Is periti
mltted to pass the censor,
gh Not a shot was fired by the Belhe
glens, when 'entry Into Brussels was
made yesterday by an advance guard
in- of the German cavalry. This adoi
vance guard, it was reported, were to
}l>. be followed today by. a strong column
of German troops encamped to .the
[ne vance guard it was reported, waa to
the country, Antwerp, whither the
r, Belgians have retired, Is understood
to be strongly fortified and correm
spondenta declare the preparations
Igt for Its defense extend over an enorin
mous area while It has been proda
visoned for a long siege'.
German warships are reported to
rie have destroyed the harbor'.works of
er. Hango, Finland.
L An Anglo-American rough riders .
laa corps has been formed to Paris and
nr. its services have been acoepted by the
French ministry of war. j
? GERMANS CONTINUE
iy! TO PASS THE RIVER
lr- , ' re.
. PARIS. Aug. 21?Official news
m- made public In Parle today says that 1
ol- the German forces continue to pass J
the Meuse In the. vicinity of Huy,
and that jan Important concentration '
Is being tarried out in Belgium -this 1
morning. No French territory is oc- J
. copied.by the enemy, except a piece 1
of enclosed land at Anden LeRonan,
f>. In the departments of Huerthe ana '
KEW XOTAKX. J
George W. Sturm, of 'West Uilford,
ry qualified Friday- before the county
ay court* as a -notaiy public.
of BIS 6ATHEBIK6. * J
at ? ? ' t
ill Fultr* 2,60(1persons attended the ^
of Interesting Sub
cussed at Brit
Following is the programfor the thl
son County, Sunday School Association t
:hurch at Bridgeport, September 9 and :
11:09 Social Session.
Enrollment of delegates. Assignment
of delegates tc
1:90 Song of Praise . Boy
2:00 Convention Prayer Service. .
Prayer for the Success of 1
2:10 The Value of the Graded Less
2:40 Constructive Work in the Sahl
. ,a?Its Value in Sunday Sch
b?A" Practical Demonsiratlc
3:30 Huntington Convention
7:45 Song Service
8:45, Address, Leadership That Wli
. Appointment .of-Committees
9:30 Morning. Devotions
10:00 A Seasonable Elementary Pre
10:30 Plans for Missionary" Instructl
10:50 Practical Pedagogical Pfinci]
11:10 The Sunday 8chool and the 1
a?The Home Department
b?The Value of Systematii
11:30 The Cradle Roll
11:45 Announcements and tapping-.
1:30 Song of the Redeemed - '
1:50 Address, Sunday School (Mush
2:05 A Training Class-at Work.
-- 2:30 The Rural Sunday School
(Its Strength'and Weakness.
Report oT &ioretaty and tres
3:00 Report of Committees.
Election of Cmeera.
3:80 The Mountain State -Bulletin.
3:35 Division Conferences.
t:i? conference of District, Counts
Says the Aged Pontiff Could c
Not Be TranquH Because of s
Grief over War. j.
(av associated r.itai)
ROME, Aug.. 21.?Ina published Interview
with Dr. Harchlafavei,~~on the
pope's - illness, the . doctor says that .
when he insisted that the pontiff's ?
lealth was precious, to the world and ?
hat he should be calnp the pope re- I
plied: t ?
"How can I be tranquil when mil- T
lions of .men are about to dle.I should T
lave averted.this war but I could not. T
It I,- who have the highest ministry of T
peace, do not-protect the k&fety of so
nany young dives, who will do sot"
To the continued urgings of his doc- e.
lor that he'be tranquil the pontiff a
ihswered-'T can not help it I suffer ti
lor all .those who will die on .the Held ?
if latUe." .mjjpj
Are Expected Soon as a Result E
of the Investigation Ordered ?
by the President ,
or naa h:
WASHINGTON. Aug. .21,?Attqrr .
ley General ttcReynoldis expects seviral
Indictments to be returned wlth-l
h the next few days sa the result of P'
Ihe investigation ordered br. P??l.ia
lent Wilson of the Increase in food w
jrlces since the outbreak of the war v:
in Europe. aj
Government officials would not say tl
today in what cities the indictments tl
ironld be sought but it was declared a
10 effort would be ;made to localise M
the prosecutions in any particular b
jart of -the country..
?. - . - m
Funeral services, over the body of *
roseph Bnrbon, aged 88 years, who .
lied at his home at Flemlngton Thurs- Jj1
jects to Be Disdgeport
annual session 61, the Harrl}
be held In the Methodist Episcopal
Vorld Wide Work Led
by the Rev. C. W. Stephen^
)ath School Arthur
>gram MIsb Martha V. Graham,
on in the Sohool Mi?s Emma DaviB.
s Home Visitation. ^ . j
How It May Be Improved)
: i- 'v
Led by tMJBSSMarthaZV. Graham.
Led by Arthur T. Arnold;
Led by the'ttev. U: B.' Beteriill
? ltd Ota*. HMMM x?
>mu WM?W WWVDtD! . ' V?33B
r HONOR. I
Hiss Worcester, Mrs. Courfcrl^B
and Miss Hacker Are New IS
Leaders for Automobiles.
EE ALL YOUR PROSPECTS
lelp Your Favorite CompM^j
Win One of the Big 180,000
Extra Bonus Votes.
TODAY'S IEADEB8. *
Miss Nettle Worcester'88,810 <f raSS
Mr*. B. H. Courter.. .86.830 *
Miss Orpha Hacker. . .87,876 +
+ + + : >* + >
To (lance over the honor roll tola
renlng in the Dally Telegnpp'a prijgdH^H
ad travel club campaign la to beja
oated to some ol the biggest aorrlsea
ol the attire campaign.
Ia your favorite competitor lagj$*J9
l(7 If not. It must be that~ymtylM|
impetitor and his frlenda have been
isklnf Just a little ipoje effort to se- H
ire subscriptions this week thipwj
du have made.' Will you anow~fhj|&|
i go on any longer? The MtbtaSj
rises will be awarded to those who
ork?those who see all their friends
Id get them'enlisted In throne great
uise before the people of
' Big Gallia Make Yew Leader*. !
Ul?. XT-a^g- v*r? ? ?' Si*
BWBffTWtni WU1UMIBT. 01 MWMM
ook. who made suck a decided galnjss
lev days ago, is again leading t
hole campaign. Was Worcester ls i
irking in earnest to hare her name
ipear.at the - head ol r the list'. wheiaB
e campaign-closes' Be^tember'.-fc^ra
;e prises were to be mr<?l to
mipetftors as they now stand HSmB
'oreester would receive the 8thdeiker
seven passenger tooitewfl
Mr*. B. H. Courier, who has been
aklng steady gains every day, comes tcS
i the. front ranks In her district thisga
rening and leads the way for the
aiiss Ofpha Hacker to tad *
dlot which brings her ?p ah^^M!
odaj-s leaden." She isjlH^sfH
Who will be the leaders tomorrow*