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AMERICAN TROOPS i
DEFEAT BOL»
BEGUN I
FIGHTING
WHEN YANKEE OUTPOSTS
RUSSIA
IN
ARE ATTACKED.
Bolshevik Soldier* Unaware of Pres
ence of Men From America In
la. Being Kept In Ignor
ance by Officers.
Ri
Arvluingei - In an attack against the
I im(posts south of Archangel
the Bol*bev Iki sustained eon
rs. Light dead were
heap in front of an ud
position and three other bodies
mod In a forest. Most of the
Ik dead were letts.
All
Tu«
no«) In
ih
*ohller de
A »minded
hut n *h#*ll frt<in n Kit**«» Hilled
In hud killed twenty im-n
k Ik « mir»,
wvlk »ri I lit*
tru
«a a Ihdah
The Moh
the An
f««r *ev
Is ituitu rded
Ith ahnipuel
hut did no harm.
• urea I* a combi
Iran positlooa
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ftghtii
hihI Indlnri wurfnr*
tr*-n<
hat*«'
TIm*
railroad, |
tig tlie track*
e along
lielill
111
re the
ulily
trr
The Russian rn
loyal to ih« aille'
traîna under
track* In the open, un
re
emp
They
ire opera t
»hrHpnel fire nnd
1 11«
rv«* rt
bursting *hella.
raid again*! the
cost the American*
»»unities on this «ce
Bolt
Tlie
Aiueri
their first be
lor at the f
!|KWt
in
tie
The ftolMhevikl up
rent
:l.v attacked in the hope of wiv
ing one of their airplane*
wended the day before Just hey und the
\met lean lines
|«rei
which do
They displayed »tute
il the accuracy of their
tstrn
artillery fire indicated that skilled of
ficer* were manning tlie gun*.
A Bolshevik officer, luken prisoner
Honda y , declared that hi* force* were
ou thli
igiiurunt timt American» wer
'The Bolshevik leader*
front
ere
UK
ullon to prevent thl*
a becoming known. The death pen
ied mi any
allot*
tna
every pree
fi
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ally
LIBERTY ISSUE SIX BILLION.
Secretary McAdoo Fiscs Minimum for
New Loan.
Six billion dollar* I* the
unt which the people of
i are asked to sute
rlh Liberty loan, ae
-ordtnK t« mi announcement by Will
iam G McAdoo. »ecreiary of the treas
ury, In a atlrrlng address here Tue*
outlining the government'*
X«*w York.
tniulmoni ami
the United 8
•erlbe for the fou
lilglit
outlining the government'*
for the campaign, which
lilglit
Saturday.
The alia re allotted to
federal reserve
OHO, or 30 per
khi»
will b
for I«
ms«, u
York
Ne'
district I» $1.800,000,
■ut of the greatest
Tlie loan .which
offered.
vet
r |>er cent Intercut, will run
'October
ole»* the government should ex
its reserved right to rmlc
fter October 15. 1033
y venp», um l un
in Ibt*
uonda on or
Sedition Denied by Publisher».
F. Dunn, Leo
and
Heuela. Mont.
aly and It It Hnice. edit«!
•r of the Butte Bulletin, elmrgtsl
!
•ourt with sedl
un article saying
of defense has no
ig the public to dia
cre arraigned Tues
nl district
In (he h
Uni) for puhll
the »I
siuuell
authority and urgit
regard it* order, w
day and pleaded not gut
Bandit Slain by Polle«.
iter, alia*
illeged niem
and »might
*u«peeted com
nt a Missouri,
I .am
Ro;
Kan*
* city.
u* Pity Black
"Kan
hand.
the
t>er
for
■By In the robbery
toy
A Texas pas
July 10 h
Kam
Koch. Kan
< gUltflgllt
enger train neur ;
I* dead
In
unir of policemen
two bullet*
y afternoon
re Tm
iii» ti
re
Hcrtting Would Cheer Germane.
n tiertling.
meet lor. mtdr,
tee of the rrti
I that tlie pul
V »a* m>t J'l
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f»u on ill i %
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an Me
Santa Fa Accept* Proposal.
V York Di»
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K*t f<l
Creeks After Bulgarian*.
•ck fore
In
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Tti
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■sue the
tt. a tel <■<»!
ting Mulga
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on M.i
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at Primaries.
N. J
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•rlvtsl here Tu*-*<Ih.
nn
to cost hi* vota
lie New Ji rxc) priniarie*. The pres
the station by a
'a a gl
crowd of Princeton student* and
• •irge
cutlets fro
Pershing Decorated.
'«ti*.—The king of Montenegro ha*
Marshal Koch and General
I'erstilng with the grand croas of tha
Order of Danllo.
Mwardwl to General Koch for
auvery In Ui t Ughtlng ut Verdun.
ANNIHILATES TWO !
TURKISH ARMIES
DISASTER OVERTAKES OTTOMAN
FORCES IN PALESTINE WHEN
BRITISH FORCES ATTACK.
Q*o*raf Allenby Put» Seventh and
Eighth Turkish Armic» Out of
Butine»*' Hunt Suffer Defeat
on Pour Front».
Idniioft,—Disaster lias overtaken the
Teuton over all fields. In Palestine
Turks are all Inn absolutely!
crush«!; fti Macedonia the entente
force* are harrying their foes and j
threatening them with similar diaas
ter; In Franc* the British and French !
troops slowly, hut surely, are eating
their way Into the vital* of the Herman j
defensive positions, the
which would result In Important I
collapse
of
nlicse have
forward In the process of reclaliulng
I that territory for the Russians.
in all the theatres of the war (tie
•ntriitc aille* have the Initiative ami
are pressing their advantage rigorous
ly. The Hermans and their allies no
where are able to do more tl.au stand
on tlie defensive. And In Palestine
and Macedonia their effort* In lldsj
respect have proved sorry one.«.
Heneral Allenhy has crushed
Turkish Seventh and Light il
lit* cavalry has closed every
cept one, which cannot lie reached by
many of the enemy, and In a wide en
circling movement lit* horsemen bril
liantly broke down all attempts to put
up delaying rear guard tights,
cavalry captured Nazareth,
Belsau and Jenin und have secured all
enormous quantity of vuluahle booty,
and we hove not heard (lie last of their
effort*.
Two Turkish nrin'e* were put out
sf business. 40.<xto Turks being killed
or captured.
From north Of Jerusalem to the Sea
of Ualllee. la the territory lying be
tween the river Jordan and the Modi
Ottoman forces
| ,
the
limite*,
exit ex
The
Nablus.
t eminent! Men, tin*
ru light by tli*' swift ürlvt» of
liippaQHRi
the British armies and virtually tu>
eeji
Addis) to the heavy citsual
nlhlluted.
ties suffered by the Turks, hordes of
them were made prisoner and many
more are wandering, bewildered, »vlth
rters. In tlie hill*, eventually tn
out lei
be brought In to swell the great total.
Advised to Hold Wheat.
Washington. Farmers,
been selling wheat below the govern
ment guaranteed price because of rail
way embargoes placed on wheat ship
ments In certain localities, are advised
by the fiMHl administration that the
embargo soon would he lifted and that
If they held their wheat tlie govern
ment will buy It ut the guaranteed
price.
have
■ho
More Than Offsets Ship Losses.
Washington. Deliveries of complet
ed vessels from shipyard* in tlie t'oit
ed State* during July and August,
shipping boat'd reports show were more
tluiu enough to offset the submarine I,
losses of America since the beginning i,
of the war.
Regulations for Oil and Gas.
Washington. Regulation* are being
prepared by the fuel administration un
der authority granted hy President
Wilson for I he licensing of persons or
firtus engaged in the tnms|iortxG »0
ant illstrlhution of oil and gu*.
GEN. SIR HENRY RAWLINSON
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mand of the Fourth British army which
h*. been taking part in th« offensiv.
In Ric«rdy.
Nab Slacker* in Venezuela
lies fled fr >tn
ft R J ■■ t
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All
Pana ti
Californ!» Hirough (Vn
■xuela to ei
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ar() idmj.mln Llvt.tnrtona
the dr
g.-lrs have tieeu apprehended hy .1 'ent
crtlUlell!
Will Feed Hungry Abroad
Ten
Wui
oerii
II occupied po«l
of France and Belgium will tie
the I
paut* of
Hoi
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t:ppl>d with food dur'n
ifimhn hy the co.
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HOLLAND IS TOLD
TO MIS EMBARGO
ACQUIESCENCE IN THE HUN
THREATS KEEPS U. 8. FOOD
FROM DUTCH NATION.
Given Notice That Appeals for Ameri
can Foodstuffs Will Be in Vain
if Dutch Shipping Remains
Idle in Port.
Washington. -The acquiescence of
the Netherlands government In Ger
man threat* which kept 400,000 tons
of Dutch shipping Idle in port, while
the people of Holland suffered for
wunt of the food these vessels might
bring. Is commented upon in a stiite
meat Issued September 20 by tlie state
department. -'The statement Is Issued
to clear up misapprehension us to the
attitude of tlie t'nltcd Stales toward
Tlie department expresses the hope
Hint Hie Netherlands government will
lift the embargo on tlie movement of
Its ships, which constitute the only
considerable unit of the neutral ton-,
nage, and In
appeals for American foodstuffs will
be lu vain until Holland follows the
example of tlie Scandinavian
tries, Switzerland and Spain and en- 1
lers Into equitable agreements
the United States ami the allies.
■xports to Holland.
■ffeet gives notice that
eoun
with I
Reviewing the efforts of the Ameri
can government to lend Its assistance, |
the statement discloses that after re- 1
fusing to approve a tentative under
standing for the export of food, pc
supplies
winter, the |
Nntlierlnds, bowing to tlie Herman
thrent to torpedo even ships sailing
between neutral countries, failed to j
avail Itself of the offer of the l lilted
States and the allies to permit tlie ex
other
trolcum, metals and
reached in London lust
port of 100.000 tons of bread cereals
as ail emergency measure. In spite
of the free licensing of bunker coal,
ship*, other than those originally
stipulated and which carried 500,000
tons of cereals to Holland, an nddt
tlonal 500,000 tons, largely Ivy Argen
tImi. lias been left untouched for more
f()r
tlmn six months.
President Will Fix Cotton Price.
President Wilson wilt
Washington,
tlx the price of cotton, placing the list
the principal commodities neces
sary in the prosecution of the war nn
! der government regulation,
jtrong pressure from the
states.
despite
southern
Serbian Prisoners Sold as Slaves.
Parla.— The Serbian government Is
proving
thou
in possession of documents
beyond possible question that
I sands of Serbian prisoners have been
! sold ns slaves for a specified period to
j Turkey hy Bulgaria. Auatri'-Hungary
' anil Germany necordinx m a Balkan
Agency dispatch from Corfu.
Aged Wreatler* Stage Comeback.
Cedar Rapids. Iowa. — ''Farmer"!
Burns, aged 57 years, trainer of
Frank Gotch and a former champion
of the world, on Friday defeated
•'Dtul" Clark of West Branch, agts!
55 years, for the elmniplonstilp of the
world for men over 55 years of age.
Thirty Kilted in Collision.
Hava*. -Thirty persons were killed
and more than a «core injured In a
train I'olllslon lietwcen I»ijoti and
Daroehiv Three oar* filled with pas
mostly children.
who were
returning from their vacations, were
telescoped.
August Commerce Records Broken.
Both Imports and ex
Washington,
port* of merchandise were greater tn |
value during August than in any pre- !
' I "" i >'* ,,M » hlstor y of An '*' rl '
1,11
to M din. has been torpedoed with the
to** of *lx live*, according to an offl
elnl statement. The passengers and
crew numbered 174.
I'nrl*. The French line steamship |
Admiral »'Immer. Iioutid from Blxerta i
Entente Diplomats Arrested.
Amsterdam. United States Mlulie
H I Voplrku and «P entente ministers
who were at Jassy
(«'iipitül of Hu
II •I« 1 -. have l.eeo arrested hv order
-IVlet, It was learned here lute
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BONE DRY NATION
AFTER NEXT JUL)
HOUSE APPROVES PROHIBITION
MEASURE, WHICH NOW GOES
TO CONFERENCE.
Efforts of California and Pennsylvania
Representatives to Extend Dates
Prohibiting Manufacture and Sale
of Wine and Beer Defeated.
Washlngton. — National prohibition
effective next July 1 for the period of
the war, was approved September 23
by the house, which adopted, 134 to
27, tlie senate prohibition rider to the
$12,000,000 emergency agricultural ap
propriation bill. The measure now
meut of differences between the two
houses on appropriation items,
will be sent to conference for ndjust
After voting In the committee of
tlie whole to accept nn amendment
permitting Hie importation of wine
unlil next May t, the house later re
versed its decision and, by a vote of
jm to 50, retained the original senate
provision that
effective upon
president,
nilttee to meet an objection by the gov
importation of wine
must cease when tlie measure becomes
its signature by tlie
The amendment was ap
proved by tlie house agricultural com
eminent.* of France, Italy, Spain and
Portugal.
All efforts otherwise to amend the
legislation were defeated. A proposal
|, v Representative Kahn of California,
Republican, to extend the effective
f or prohibiting the sale of wine
peer to December 31. 1019, was
defeated, 112 to 52, us was one by
Representative Beshlin of Pennsyi
vunia. Democrat, to change the date
for stopping the manufacture of beer
Mn( | wine from next May to December
l, 11)11).
Influenza Raging in Camps,
Washington.—Spanish influenza has
nu ,|e Rg appearance in ut leas' 23
„ rmy comps over the country. The
surgeon general's office announced
Monday that the total number of cl
ims increased to 20.211, Including 2
eases reported Monday.
new
California Flyer Wins Honors.
Kan Francisco. — General Pershing
has informed the war department that
Lieut. A. F. Bonnalie of San Francisco,
un American attached to the royal air
force,
! distinguished service order for heroism
(In an air fight August 13.
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of the American «xpeditlonary forces.
To Investigate Fire.
Newark. N. J.—Separate Investiga
tions of tlie tire at the factory of the
\ m ,, r |,.nn Button company here Tues
day. In which 11 lives were lost, were
started Wednesday by state, county
and city officials.
Washington. Railroads in July for
(list time this year got more net
1,'ioonio than In
tli«* correspond Ing
ii.onth of last year. Operating Income j
emnunfed t » i85,(100,000. nr $10,000,

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000 more tliar In July, 1917.
NOT SINGLE TRICK
TAKEN BÏ KAISER
WEEK'8 FIGHTING RESULTS IN
SERIES OF UNBROKEN DE
FEATS FOR GERMANS.
Believed That in Future Hun» Will
Act Solely on Defensive While
Attempting to Open Negotia
tions for Peace.
With the American Army In France.
— The allies are still forging forward,
smashing the (lerninn lines.
Field Marshal Haig's troops Sunday
night smashed Into the Herman lines
at four different points on the battle
front. The Flanders battle still con
tinues, with the British making steady
gains.
American troops made two success
ful rnm., on the Herman lines north
east of St.
ing, taking jirlsoners In the region o
Huumont anti si
Both raids were
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mthenst
of t'harey.
preceded by bar
rages.
Heneral Allenby's forces In I'ales
tlne have taken 18,0<H) Turkish pris
on es und have captured 120 guns, lie
sides four airplanes and a large quan
tity of uncounted transport.
This means the virtual annihilation
of the Ottoman forces in this region.
The British losses were surprisingly
slight, considering the Importunée of
the advance.
During the past week gains have
been made by the allied troops on the
fronts in France, in Macedonia and in
Palestine, while there has been some
activity in Italy. The Americans,
after clearing the St. Millie! salient
of German troops, advanced to
within ten (piles of the outer forts
of Metz. They have withstood all
counter-attacks and are continually
harassing the enemy In the Lorraine
sector. Heavy rainstorms have inter
fered with the work of the airmen to
some extent, but the bombing pianos
went over the enemy lines us usual
and succeeded In doing great dam
age. When the Americans' halted be
fore the defenses of Metz the French
began a new offensive on the Ailette
ami Aisne rivers, and the Americans
advanced in the Moselle sector, both
movements being entirely successful,
many prisoners and guns being cap
tured. while the Germans were aguin
forced to retreat.
While the Huns were being attacked
from time to time by the Americans
and French, the British troops have
done much -of the fighting during the
week, and a desperate battle for pos
session of St. Quentin is now raging.
In Macedonia the French and Ser
bians have defeated the Bulgarians.
Austrians and Germans, and advanced
their line several miles. Several
thousand prisoners were captured
during the fighting on tills front. The
British and Greeks were also success
ful in u local attack.
It may he truthfully said Hint the
kaiser has not taken a single trick
in the war game during the entire
week. Tlie U-boats have succeeded
in sinking two or three British and
French vessels, and two or three hun
dred lives have been lost as a result.
German airmen bombed another
American hospital, tlie attack result
ing in the death of eight wounded
fldtdlers. Some towns and villages in
northern France were utterly de
stroyed by the retreating Huns, orders
to that effect having been issued by
the high command. In the large
operation of the war, however, the
kaiser has suffered an unbroken series
of defeats, and It has been announced
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solely on the defensive while attempt
ing to open negotiations for peace.
NAVY RECRUITING PLANS.
Monthly Quota to Be 15,000 Men, 1500
to Go to Marine Corps.
Washington.—Tlie program under
which the navy and the marine corps
will secure men needed hereafter was
announced Sunday by Secretary Dan
lels after conference with représenta
tlves of his department, the marine
corps and tlie provost marshal gen
eral's office. Tlie navy is to have an
average of 15,000 men monthly, while
the murine corps will get 5000 monthly
for four months and 1500 each month
thereafter.
MURDERING ALLIED CITIZENS.
Russian People's Committee at Volog
da Active for Persecution.
Amsterdam.—The Russian peoples'
commissary at Vologda, according to
the Petrograd correspondent of tlie
llanihurg Nachrichten, Ims urged on
the population of the entire Vologda
province the most ruthless persecution
of British subjects und French and
American citizens. Rioting against en
tente nationals has taken place, the
correspondent says, and some French
and Americans are being mur
Move to Divide Austria-Hungary.
Chicago.—A nation-wide movement,
said to he approved by the federal
government and sponsored by the
slitte council of defense, for the sei>
dered.
aratton of Hungary and Austria, has
been launched hy Hungarians here.
Kaiser Seeks Recruits.
Pekin.—News
been received
here that the Gorman emperor on
September 10 Issued an order to all
Austro-Hungurlans und
K, lss | n , saying it was their first duty
in
to join tlie Russian soviet troops.
THE HOLL OF HONOR
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APP, CHARLES W.
ANDERSON, CLARENCE M.
ATKINSON, F. M.
BANNER, GEORGE H.
BALLINGER, MERRILL
BATE, JOHN W.
M BATE, OLLIE M.
BEACH, LEO
BELTON, GUY C.
BENNER, FRED C.
m BERGMAN, H. W.
BOCK, ARTHUR
BONO, STEPHEN
BORDtN, ROSS P.
BURNS, ELBERT J.
BURRELL, ORMAND
BUSHNELL, DOUGLAS
CANNON, ALLEN W.
CANZLER, ALVE
CARNEGIE, VERN A.
CARTER, CHARLES
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CASEY, DWIGHT
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CLEMENTS, FERDINAND
CASEY, THOMAS
CHENEY, FRANK B.
C H R I STOFFE RSON, JOHN
CLOSE, GEORGE H.
COOK, MONT. E.
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jM DALE, CHAS. K.
7 DALLI MOR E, DR. F. C.
DAMON, HARRY
DAVIES, JOHN E.
DEXTER, CLARENCE
DRUMMOND, DONALD F.
EDDIE, LESLIE
ELLIOTT, JOHN
ELLIOTT, CLARENCE B.
~~ ELROD, JESSE E.
mL ERICKSON, JOHN T.
M FIELDS, ARTHUR
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IW. FIREBAUGH, JOHN P.
FRANTZ, JAMES F.
FULLER, AMOS G.
J '{£ FULLER, RUSSELL
ll/ll GAGE, HARRY B.
GEORGE, JIM.
GROOMAN, OSCAR W.
GROSSE, EDWIN
GREENE, EARL
GWIN, ERNEST E.
M HANSEN, CHARLES J.
HANSON, ERNEST ALLEN JS!
HATCH, D. P.
INEAS, JOSEPH
JEWETT, CLAUDE
JOHNSON, CHESTER
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JORGENSEN, KAR
KEPFOQD, ALVA G.
tt KLIEVER, CORNELIUS
HI LACY, ERICK E.
LEITHEISER, FRED
LINHARES, JOSEPH
LOFTON, PERRY P.
McGRAW, E. F.
MCINTYRE, PAUL
McMAHON, JOHN TRUMAN
McQuillan, jos. alvin
MABBUTT, FRED
MABBUTT, CHARLES
MANKER, ARLOW
Hi MATHIS, FRANK J.
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MEYERS, WALTER
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MILLS, CHAUNCEV C.
NELSON, DAVID E.
OSBORN, BERT W.
OSBORN, CLARENCE W.
PARKER, CLAUDE R.
PEAKE, FRED
PERSONI US, H. C.
PEAKE, JUDGE F.
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ROBINETTE, CLARENCE L.
SATORY, B. H.
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SHEEHAN, JOHN
SHELLMAN. LYLE
SINCLAIR, E. W.
SLIGER, FLOYD E.
SLUDER, CLARENCE
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SPROUL, WM. J.
SPURCK, LESLIE B.
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