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GERMANS IN DRIVE TWELVE 77. MILLIMETER GUNS TAKEN ARE TURNED ON HUN TROOPS BRITISH CLOSE TO CAMBRAI Three Miles More to Go Before Haig' Men Take Town.—Between Five and Six Thousand Prisoners Taken by Tommies " illi !}(«■ Nut.-rnun Arn-i \milivi- I of \ et .inn Kept. U'H Th. • 1,liUlhe r of pris. WlfW thus far ,-apt It, -cd hy tin* Ame rlnin«i tl, their offen »Ive 1» ums pb„. •d «ir M*H>. ,.f VI 11 1, 'll 1 uh a r» • of fleer - Tip e ,pi 11 re, I nun*' rial lloTlld-s more * t Im »1 I'H, gun», JJ 0 f w U\vii «r** of h* *n\ > n » Hi»ir, hi uuy in* „•Tl llifii' tu r+ unit ImiimIi* d* of 10:,. •hin* gilt, Haig Takes 6.000 Prisoners. I.mill.ill Sept, U» Hi;; -li iroop» him- .lihiUlriil ii. ii |i.,!nt vitHifn Ilir. . inili-- ..I I itmlinil. Th.-v imiK t»#*t%\<<< o mul Itisxi prisoner- Sun,,' G,-r mall unit- Including a <in«|>1 fttint I er v V- i'm* captured by Field Maishnl Halt » iiii'ii. Own Guns Greet Huns. I lie ooo N Own Guns Greet Huns. 'A till tin 1 American l in n Si.' li «•■»I nf Verdun S I *| 11 us Geio-riil lVr»hlng v iroop» In itii'li- <lti\I |,t Iwcen tin. Meuse Mini lit.' Argoune fnii'vt iniiilf a great haul of Gcnimi, artillery la tIn* region of I ,„v. Tin- Amer ciin » i ;i|.) u ti- lin lmli-il Tour hlg UlO iiillllinclci gun- anil eight 170 111 1 111 In ft f r |ilece« nil.I I.. Iiclicli ...... tnrs, 10 flehl guiiH mal I l ,„»chine Kill,». We»t of I ii 11 iv • hi v the A IiiciIi I a-. nt*«i| IU 77 » » till Ii arc now l.cin. Used lignlli»l the Gerinn Ii- a large aai..am of miomiailii.a also Imiiii lieen Captured. French Qinu. Paris Si*|il, US. i Trill Ii trnnps, In tin* buttle Ilia east of llhelms, iiunlc furllicr mhiime» yesierdu.v mid In the Ivin,lay» Imft I». lime lukcii more Ilian IIMHNI |.li»oticr» mill cnitslih-rahle war material. Hccorillng to Hie offldiil com MUIIlleitl lull IflMl alglu The I ol a I ml VMliee lit (lie I rciuli has heeti alunit fite lullen al (erinlii jiolin». Yank Gunners Fire Dumps. " 11Ii the Mnerlciili l on e» North «ext of Verdmi. Sept. US. Aerial cA »errer» re|mrt fires la |lie region of llnriiiiioiii mnl Hrleulle*, hath north «e»i of Verdun, nail la ihe territory miller fire of the American artillery for I lie |in»t lew ilny ». The l'Ire» m e believed to re| uv» eilt aliilliiinltlon <1 inn I >m »el on fire tiy the enemy ami ieni|iornry friiine liUlhling» ereeieil In llrletilles l.\ the Ocrtuun*. I he Amerlean artillery men iixvimie Ihm the rire» were »I nr lei I h,v »hell» Trom I he lien vy gun» liny are using. Turks Have no Chance. In Mneeih.niu the Bulgarian and Continu lroo|.» lire »till faced Willi dl»asier ; In I'alesilne (lie remaining I l'nrk» xeetn I., have scarcely a ehtuice lor e»eti|.e ....... the llrilUh forees ami friendly liihesuieii wlm are do» Ing In l||>o|i them ei,»t of Ihe Idler -Iordan. More I him lii.lKMl |irl»oner» and „Vn gun» have heen taken by the r.rlli»h and lei liencral Allenhy x n|> I>**tIt** for further dim! muent» from Id» hard emii|>algu Ini» mil been »atlaled (•iillged hy the »wlfliie»» of the stroke» Vllcul.y I» delivering. It I» hl» l"ll|»'»e at. »olmely lo overwhelm Ihe (Mloniaa» And the ruirillmciil ol hl» Jdaii» seem appreciably m ar. In m> |e»» crlil.nl Hltlhitlnu arc the Cermau» and Itulgnrimi» In Ihe Mace »Ionian theater. Here, excej.l Inune • timely on the Bulgarin,, frontier where the iinniiilaiiioii» country give» them ground for strong irsl»|„n<v to th< lui a »hm of Itulgnrimi territory ihrough ihe |Mi»»e». the Itnlgarlau» and Cei inan» e\ er v w here ills* In r„pl,l retrent lief ore die Italian», Serbian». Ureeks ami Itrillsh Bent In twain m »,« rial jm.IiiI* Ihe eueiuy foree» are he wlltleVed ami o|>eraUi g a» »épurai, unit». I ' : Serb» Moving Right Ahead, lte»|.ec(|v ely on the Western and easieni fhmk» the Ituhan» and Hi. Greek» amt the ltrltl»h are f,,»i thro«lug forward (hen Un.» in en • h alors !.. envelop the enemy, while III the center where the Serb» have driven Ihclr »li.irp «edge loward l»h ll|>. there Is m. lagging not« lth»t„nd Ing the difficult territory that is he lug emsiiinu-rid lietir guard» ot the enemy arme. I with machine gun», hut little delay tag the men wh..»e t I» to reclaim the A» >.•( there I» activitv in Alltimh • ■f operations then tho«« in 1 he .-.1». b-tig be dclttietl kingdom ■ >r great fU»n with * tumitif PROHIBIT SENDING OF MESSAGES OUTSIDE U S Washington Sept, us V » further *;cp It, prevent.,,g Information getting to tic **,ii'i.iv presidential cx.» ullv. order has |»»-„ ......... ohitiltlug the ...... . '«ctKage» by lelegrapl, HM- ".I., or -able ,».!,„» vv I, Ihr I lilted Mates ,, r to point» ....... '»car the Methan border except ........ ET"? « ....... rule» ......... .. ......... gra d *; * W ' r " ,arV ,,f **«■ for tele Kr.pl, ai.,, telephone line» and by the " r ) of i|,e navy for cable line». - 1 ,n In COL JOHN T. THOMPSON (■ kV t 'ol. lohn T. Tin .111)1--Cl ha s lieen Iran» reeled fivm tin |..• t of einer of I he »mall mm- illusion of Hie ariay to lie ||: I'cclol I.r a -.-ii.it- I'ololld Tll'itlllc In. charge ..I |o m-»eiuil»' in vml ...1» I .I !of tin country, ami Ini mo *.lfleer simmi cn!>»tcf| men mnl 10. ooo workmen tin.1er hi- coniiimml. II N a unlive of I *11 if tu im r I mnl a grad hate of H es I Huliil. ! ! : : j ,1 ' I |,t ,„v. Tour 170 a-. In e I INFLUENZA SPREADS IN TRAINING CAMPS 6.824 NEW CASES REPORTED—SIX CASES DEVELOP IN MONTANA Washington. Sept. Us. Spanish | n fliiori/.n continued to spread yesterday In ariiiy cmaps, n.sut ne« cases Imv ing heeti reported lo the ........... th. surgeon general of the unity during V M ' -T hour period ending at noon lh|s was an Im i-ense f.r tiN7 over tin new cases reported Ihe day previously, mul I. fought the total for all camps tip to 4U„'MI7. I'ncunioida cases showed a slight deefeaxe, 71 i new eases being repot I ed yesterday compared with 7U.'l for the tiny previous. Deullix yesterday were 170, mostly from pneumonia. Six Case« in Montana. Helena. Sept. us. Spanish Influenza Inis made Its appearance in Moaimm »lx fuses- being reporled yesterday, mid all Montana physicians me urged lo report all en»#» coming under Hielt observation to eouniy health officers linuiedlately. I'r I). I »..linker reputed one case from Twin llrldgc». mid hr. I,. B. |. m -k nil of W'ldlehall reported live eases I here, Which came illreri from the '■real Lakes naval training station at ' 'hb'tigo, one of Ihe Whitehall pullouts 1,livl "k' I....... visiting Ids hroiher, who Wits HI with the disease ill ihe Train mg station. The victims here have been Isolated. BAY STATE TO STOP PUBLIC GATHERINGS Itostnn, Kept. Ub Alarmed hy the rapidly mounting death loll |,,' \,,, vv *bind from Spanish iul'lm-nxii. Mass iiehtisetIs, renter of the epidemic In the east, yesterday began a concerted ef fort to stamp out the disease. The executive AoUIU'll I» |„ ........... session. mid ha» »et aside a fund of spin.,mo. : ""l '"'"iig Hoverm.i- i'..o||,lge Im......' dliilelv created the emergency public health committee. "lay !lM l'ont and rest 'ho HOUSE PASSES BILL TO PENALIZE WIRE MEDDLERS Measure Also Makes Embezzlement o* Funds Crime Against the Federal Government 'Vashington. Sept _V. Wiretapping, ntc! feren. .■ w HI, the delivery of tele -"'I' 1 ......»» .g.-» and emlier/.leuient or bell of 1 mid» from telegraph and tel l-lmiie conipmtlc». vvliile they are (III 1er government control, are made of •••"-•» again»! Hie federal ........... .. md.r (lie 11dndnNlr1ltb.il bill pu»»ed . c»t,a ila v t.y the house and »cut to !.. ». n.itc Such offense now I» pun - 'buhle only under »late law s. I be bill provides five years' llliprls oiimeui for embexxIiMuelit or theft of Hind» .., other property belonging to > -»graph ami telephone companies and 1 fine or one year » imprisonment Tor p.r».. 11» convicted of wire tapping or cutting or interfering will» the d.-liv HENRY WON'T SPEND A CENT. l 'étroit. Mich Sept UV, letter from Henry Ford in which lie »tated Hint If electevl I'nited Sintc» »enutnr ,n November he would not be bound by uuy polit leal party, was ihe fea ture of the I Han. .i nitie convention here yesterday. The only »pvs-ial pledge Involved In Ids acceptance, Mr. Ford wrote, was to support President Wilsons war measures. He said he had not »|»'nt and did not intend to spend a penny to be elected. PRESIDENT NAMES PRICE OF PEACE I _ IMPARTIAL JUSTICE TO ALL NA TIONS IS DEMANDED BY AMERICA WON'T TAKE OUTLAW S WORD President Answers Peace Talk of Cen. trat Powers in Address to New York Liberty Loan Work ers— No Discrimination N.-w ^ oi k. Sepl. UN, Tile prie- ot ! pence will be Impartial justice to all ! mtions. the Iiisirmuentiility Indispcn : -able to secure It is a league of aa lo"' !..rated not before or after, but : i! 1 lie peace conference, and I rerun ay I* a member, "will have to redeem her linr.icp-i- not by what h ippetts at Hie pence table, bill by what follows." lids u*tis 1'resident Wilson's mi - .a g; v eti last night before mi nildi 111 '' ot foitrlh Liberty loan workers lier.- to the recent peace talk from j ,1 "' '''-'drill powers, although he did not ' refer .s'pectfirally to the utterunees of I eueiuy leaders. I , I I J I in of I , eace was not a t|ues||on, declared Ho- president, id' "routing to terms." for "we cannot T-nne to terms' with Hiem," as "they have made ir impos »ilde." Hence must he guaranteed, for ' there will tie parties to the peace whose promises have proved lint rust worthy, and means must lie found in connection with the pence settlement lo remove that source of insecurity." It Would be folly to leave the guar aalee lo the suhsetpient voluntary a. Hon of Ihe governments we have seen destroy Russia mid deceive Rumania " ciinHiilietl the president. The president emphasized that the justice to lie obtained by the league ■ ntisf involve in. discrimination toward any people. This he set forth ex 'I* » set Of five principles, which be enmuerulrd as "the prueti '■al program" of America's peace terms, and for the maintenance of which "Hie I'nited ISates is jirepared I" assume it» full share of responsi bility." Detailed Terms of Peace. The "practical program" was an nounced by the president as follows: "First», the Impartial Justice meted "in must involve no discrimination between those to whom we wish to he just mid those to whom we do not ivl»h I" he just. It must he a justice that Idnys mi favorites and knows no stun dard Inn tin* eipial rights of the sev rai peoples i-oueerned. Second, no special or s'eparate In tcrest of any single nation or any group ,,| nations can lie marie tin ha»is of any part of the wttlemen? which is not eontdsieht with the com mon interests of all. I bird, there can lie no leagues of alliance or special covenants and un derstandings will, the general mid t'nmlly of the league of Hons. No Selfish I 1 No Selfish Combinations. "Fourth, and more speelfieally. theft "» l»»' H" »perlai, selfish econotnh •mhluationN within the league and no employment of any form of economic boycolt Ol- exclusion except ns the "t ..........lie penalty hy exclu sion from the markets of the world "lay be vested in Hie ........... nations !lM ' 11 ils » ......... of discipline and l'ont l oi. Publish All Treaties. l ittli. all international agreements and lr-aties- of every kind must he 'liadc known In 1 heir entirety to the rest ,,f ihe "world. "Special alliances and economic "'alii..» and hostilities have been The 1'ioiiti, curse in the modern world of 'ho plans and laissions Hi,-it produce war. It would be an insincere as «,.|| -is an Insincere peace that did not ex 'hide them in definite and binding term»." Shortly before the president started speaking, news of the further »-,„■ • s»es ,.f American. Kritisl, and French o î t eu s| yes on the western front reach ed the meeting at the Metropolitan opera house, and this gave dramati, point to Mr. W ilson-^peroration Unit "'peace drives' can I.,- cffectlvclv neu tiab-c.l and silenced only I, y showing that every victory of the nations »gainst Uernmny brings the nations nearer the ».»n of peace which «ill briug security and reassurance to all . ..... ''les am! makes ,|,e recurrence „r another such struggle ..r p|,Uess for.-e and III.., »Mied torgver lni|a>ssihle, and that nothing els,, inn." "Hcrmany i» eonstanlly ituiinaling the -terms s|,e will a.-cept. and alvvavs Hnds that the world does „ol «anti terms declared the president. "It j Wishes the final triumph of Justice and ' fair dealing. ' WILL LICENSE OIL AND GASOLINE DISTRIBUTORS Washington. Sept. Ub. Hegulatlons are being prepared by the fuel .„]. tiiinistmHoii under authority granted I.y president Wilson, for the licensing of firms ,.r persons engaged in the transportation and distribution of oil and gas The licensing plan became effective October I and it was em idi.isiz,»! y estervlay that all concerns »sailing within the provision« of the president's proclamation must obtain licenses by that date. to of SENATE APPROVES INCOME SCHEDULE FOR INDIVIDUALS Action Is Deferred on House Provision to Tax Income of President and Other Officials Washington. Sept. Ub.—Provisions ol the house draft of the war revenue bill designed To raise $1.482,000,000 from Incomes of individuals, were approved with slight changes yesterday by the senate finance committee, which is re vising the measurd. The normal rate of 1U per cent on incomes of individuals with b per cent for the first £4.000 or less was adopt ed. bill the committee decided lo re arijust the surtax rates, however, with out reducing tlie amount of revenue they are designed to raise. In Increasing oilier sections of the individual Income tax. the senate coin I mittec made its first important change I in tin- house bill. For tlie bouse clause J exempting from income taxes salaries I of men in tlie military service abroad or at sea up to .5.",-TOO, Hie committee substituted a provision that all salary received from Ihe government by men in "active service iti the field or at sea," shall tie exempted from taxation." Action on-the bouse provisions pro posing-a tax on the salaries of the president, federal judges and officials of stales, counties and municipalities, was' deferred. The new graduated surtax rates are expected tn range within the present limit of from two per cent on incomes over $.7.1)00 to b7 per cent on those exceeding $7,000,000, but are to be more uniformly graded. The house Increases on incomes between $10, ooo mid $.'<0.000 and between $100,000 and $.'<00.000 were regarded by eotn mlttee members as excessive, while In creases in other grades were believed to be too low. of NUMBERS ASSIGNED TO SEPT. 12 REGISTRANTS Washington, Sept. .'<0.—Drawing of Ho- master numbers which determine tlie order in their respective ciass'es ol tiie i .'î., M M t.t h h 1 mt^n who registered for military service September 1U, lii-gan at noon today and continued without interruption until Hie 17,000 capsules bad been drawn. Hecuttse of the classification sy lein. ibis drawing did not have tin significance that attached to the first lottery last year when order number were assigned 9,000,000 men. I tiles, the war department changes its plan of calling registrants and invades the ilcferred classes, the numbers drawn will affect only those men of the new draft age who are physically fit for military service and are not given de I erred classification because of depeu* »tents or occupation. j ' CANADIAN CASUALTIES UP TO AUGUST 115.806 MEN Ottawa, Sept. 20.—The net loss in the overseas military*forces of Canada in Kngluud and France up to August 1 were 11. » .SiH> officers, lton-commis sioued officers and men, it was an nounced yesterday. These figures include those killed In action or died of wounds, died, missing, prisoners of war, discharged as medically unfit, discharged to take U|> other lines of war work, and those given commissions in the Imperial army. ll does not take into account offi cers ami other ranks wounded in ac tion who have rejoined their units or are still fit for service overseas. MONTANA CASUALTIES. Killed in Action. Pvt. Otto It. Harvey, Melrose. Pvt. Dan ,1. Ueah.v, Butte. Died of Wounds. Pvt. Logan Qualls, Harlowton. Pvt. Lawrence Mainard. Great Falls, Pvt. Harvey Vniulerlioof, Knid. Pv'- Faleti O. Nisi rum, Havre. Died of Disease. Sergt. lialpli II. Glldegell, Dillon. Missing in Action. IM. .I»»'. L. Boltin, Phllipslnirg. Dorp. Joseph 11. 1 leagle. Terry. Pvt. Harry K. t'o,.k. Miles City. Pvt. Clifford Young, Miles City Morton G. Gilbert, Miles City! Pvt. Karl L. Graves. Livingston. Pvt. Frederick L. Junge. Kosehud. Pvt. Joseph M. Kal berg, Glendive. Pvt. Harry Kdward Hill. Xassmi. 8gt. -lohn M. Flaherty, tireur Fulls Corp. Tliei«lore Johnson. Outlook IM. W illiam \Y. Waite. Hall. Co»!». K. H Huffman. Bozeman. 1'vt. John Lynch, Butte. IM. Boy !.. Jameson. Trout Creek. Bvt. Clifford Davidson. Miles c| tv Pvt. Schuyler M. Kane. Great Falls Wounded Severely JM. David I. Kil'iionds. Great Fulls 'i- Joseph B. W'ttod. Poplar Bluff Wagoner Christian Pedcr»,.,,. Bi, |„. v B't- A»lam Bender. Billings. Died From Accident Pv, ' » -»ry J. Blxe . I.evvlstmvn. . PROHIBITION PASSES HOUSE Washingron Sept. UV,. ^National pro bibition. effeettve next Juh 1. for the Iv.-rlo,l of the war. was approved last adopted LU to ... the senate prohibition rider to the SIUJXHMXM emergency agricnl tural appropriation hill. The measure now will be sent to conference for id justtnent of différences between ihe two houses on appropriation items The house adopted. 10S t0 amendment permitting the inn»,nation of wine until next May l. ' " Of l an MAJ. GEN. SIR R. D. WHIGHAM Major General Sir It. D. Whigham, commander of an important contingent of British regulars, whose'deeds and daring have brought him into the lime light. WORLD NEWS IN FI Homes in Juneau. Alaska are being torn away, a big government hospital has been temporarily abandoned, pow er plants are idle and all business is suspended as a result of torrential rains of unusual warmth causing a water deluge along the main shore of Gnstineau channel. The main street of Juneau is threatened by tlie floods. <7 Tfr The Chilean government lias order ed tlie naval authorities to occupy with armed forces ail the interned German ships in Chilean harbors. Crews of German ships self-interned in Chilean pofts recently attempted to damage or sink tlie vessels, t >11 September 5 the Chilean government took over the ships to prevent further damage. 1 a a Archhishop John Ireland is dead at bis home in ,St. I'aul after a long and lingering illness. Ä «T by en for in Ä «T A police warning lias been issued In London which says that under the defense of the realm act, anybody in ducing or attempting to induce rail way men not to operate trains con veying troops or war material is fiable to immediate arrest and prosecution. * -ft Orders have been placed with west coast mills through the fir production hoard for 28,lt <><).(><hi feet of Douglas fir to be used in the manufacture of cars for the Amyican and French governments. * * The Vigilantes, an organization com posed of many of the most prominent authors in the country, lias issued an appeal to editors, writers ami citizens to mobilize public opinion in favor of an authoritative statement that the war him of tlie United States,is tlie extinction of Hie militaristic autocracy of Germany. * * Enlisted men of the navy at Brem erton, Mash., have lieen prohibited from riding in motor boats, automo biles or on motorcycles on Sundays. 1 he order, it was said, is designed to iiii'et tin- fuel administration's request to conserve gasoline. T> -ÇT Curtailment of the manufaeture of bi'-y des and accessories is announced by tlie war industries board. Men's bicycles arc to lie made hereafter only hi U'o and UU-incli frames, mid women's models only in Utl-incl, frames, and tlie mantifiicture of racing and juvenile models' ami many accessories is dis continued entirely. ■ct * lo nhl in financing publie utilities and undertakings vital p. the eonduct " the war, tlie essential industries corporation will be organized shortly ».' a group of bankers and manufac turing corporations, it is announced in -New Mirk. The initial capitalization W" ■$•*<.'kHI.IH HI. j, j» stllte) , wjth probability of its being increase,) to N2.UXXMHH. when ........ncern is i„ lull operation. •» « Registered mail valued at several thousand dollars i*,s obtained hv a '»•tic bandit Who held up the engine Clew ot Great Northern train No ,C>7 two miles south of Mukilteo. Washin i'-n. uncoupled a mail and baggage coach and then made his escape after »o'inpeiiing the engineer to haul him j""" ,H browns bay, near Meadovv * * Optimistic reports of the rapid wane Of pm-fic defeatist sentiment among ,!* .......'''.tions have been brought l .ok I.y members of the American So imlist mission, which has arrived at an American port after a visit to (•rent Britain. France and Italy. 41W0,r; U " pai f n f,,r 'h* education of 40"-tHk) employes of the shipyards en med on government work has been begun by the Emergency Fleet vor poration. Demonstrations of safety given 8 a,Ul reSUSCi,atiou "HI bi of tlie by was the and see car. PLEAD FOR SMALLEST °^ |t SEEMS to HAVE j* HER COLOR, THINK turk^ xt eul » aria " and Her Soil p, Plunging Through tains to Be )gr|(k London, Sept. •>« xh(k of the compact Whole under ,h "'*> .............. army ,£ ^ the master s„, (1e "»'U apparently has .iL.J uni, '' (i o fth h ; f fi Bulgaria, stualiegt of ,1 allies seems to haye s t 1 retnler Mallnoff j lilH armistice to ,*„„s Id J" ** Whether he is act J responsibility lls the [ ** a revointlonary p artv , w ,,r P ViÜ of King Fertig government, remain* J* either case, however. th w '•«•übt that Bulgaria has a military factor in t he armies are in full retr , at has been Invaded. u Recession of the Balkan the thraldom of Germany " as severe a blow to , h( TZL n ,,,e Turkey Will Be Ne If Bulgaria lays down ' Turkey, lier armies shatter, coup of General Allenl,v j a will lie cut off from her al lines of communication veil ered except across die through Rumania or over tain peaks of trans-Caucusii sin, where tin* grip 0 f tbt controlled Bolsheviki Is stem ing weaker. Mitli her supplies of Ge munitions and raw materia by stich a slender thread, a servers believe the Ottoan will have no course-left bin tlie example of her Balkan But it makes little différé en tente whet lier the Turk Germany and Austria. If quits, be can no longer la to their plans. The back door of Austria ajar before the victorious B of an of 250 Miles From Belgi French. Serbian, Greek a armies are plunging ahem the mountains of liberate, Only u.Tti miles ahead of thei guards is Belgrade, ncross tb from the plains of Hungary, ready have pressed forvvunl of this distance since the gr •Ionian offensive began on : 14. Once over tlie river they passing through territory .. the oppressed nationalities who have little love for tli pire and there would be natural obstacles betweeu Budapest. Early winter i kans, with tlie limited men niunication available, wou tlie most serious difficult which could not be over»-, spring. With the defection »if f would tie necessary for k Austria to throw an army southern front, thus inakii serious inroad upon tier « power. The bulk of lier f< ing tlie eager Italian army Have and in tlie niountsi Emperor William lias alre upon Emperor Charles f" the western front, and A gnrinn divisions are fight tlie Germans against the > vancing British. French a cans. Italy *»1 i I r lias large of men.* anil any weaken Austrian from t,> senil.f»*' oilier frontier of the empir» would be the signal for •» t tack to recover not onlj' ^ Italian territory, but the inces" as w»ll." With Bulgaria evidently the wayside, with Turkey' and with Austria a welnr. discord and discontent. 1 armies of Emperor " i! grudgingly falling hack til** frontiers before the irre»" of Marshal F,„ -» » Briii*k and American ti,,».|»s. The French an-l Aineri' »• forward again between TA Verdun, while Hi>- British wide front in the ' 'ambra - r ' tween tliem tl,cy aireiall more tlmn un.»«* 1 prisoners : guns of all calibers. ENGINE GOES ON S? 1 Hood River, ore tlie "war relii's" train ttS ' by a big crowd here .'Ob' engine, standing <»n n P 4 where it had heen left ^ was set in motion aud the crowd, wattering ^ and finally left Hie rniBj through several auloW*** out-of-town people »he see the train. The en$i°* isheil a railroad car. No one was injur*"'