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EVENING EDITION Tin: i: Tin:i:. Indiana and !wrr Mbh.gn f :r .-.; a r ' '" VOL. XXXV, NO. 2G3. I AM' MhlMT IT'LL T.KAS i:i uii:l i LLi:iUArnic sr.uvhi: SOUTH BEND, INDIANA, FRIDAY, SEPT. 20, 1918 a Ni:YsrAri:r: b" Tin: homi:. Willi ALL Till: LO'AL MPVs. PRICE TV0 CE lrrTincTrln n n a n n ff3 n ff? rn3 0 A Ju V) U J t n mm u UT3 vn p A rap A n A n if rrp (7$ it j 3 lyj Ld u Li ü tri a y li t! ULM til vi sou NEWS IK n r-r icra n n rrrs n rv tin n u i til. L. iny u uüu iL I 1 01 y U U U a o fo) pi n TO 1 i. ffpJI llflj 1 r L LU L P ! AH SEIH AHE WINNING HACK NAM LAND Bulgarians Evacuate Positions From Monastir to ihc Var dar River, Fleeing in Great Disorder. r. iti;i;vi;s. Intrn.-itioriil Nrw Servier: LONDON, Sept. 20. (iiUi'the forthconiint; Ial-crty loan driv( p. m.) The Bulgarians on the Balkan front are in tliht over a ' .tfV,3y' ins,,r"1 of nV r"T'" . t ., . ft o o wynch was announced a fov trout nf o miles and have evac- (lavs iU(,PArii: yn:ii. column uatCvi their positions all the W.av one. from Monastir to the Va.laV; river, it w.l learned from ail- The Germans are ordering cut the til-.riiative Sources this After-; rivUia" I-Iion an.l lootincr yil- ! las before Kivins: them up to the "n,)n. iadancinfr American on the I,or- Serviail troops Under Cnm-iraine front, it was learned today mand of the Servian cmun fmrn r.erman prisoners pa:l prince, are winning Lack their ' NI: cohl!nn f native land and already the neu- Tho nritish T,av nnothcr allied positions are 3d Hilles in ! mlle ;in.l captured the important advance Of the Old Ones. j town of Mo.-U rrs. one of the out- t'ax ahy is pushing heond j posts of the Hindr nburi: linf. Th f'o!okho. ' j French hae repulsed fiv Herman The Imitats are retreating in 'hf counter attacks and pralned more wildest disorder. The allied of fer.sivp constantly widening. Heavy Artillery Finns. There is Ik-ivv artillery firing on the sectors held by the Italuris and ! French and in the vicinity of Mon- ! ;.stir i which the allies hold). t The Hritish and Greeks nre now j expected Jo push forward on th" right wing. The Serians alone capture.! .",0 0 0 prison er and 0 funs. uns iTT ii Mora: HI sPITHATi: I'KHIT. 1 ii torp.-i t !i;.j1 NVnj Service: W ITH Tili: BRITISH ARMY IN FRANCE. Sert. 'jo. fS n. m.) Alarmed by the Rrlti'h. si!c-es of the prist tuo da, the Germans liflV niT--if1 rivnfnrrciiirnto ilnn' the Hindenhiirg line. putting up morf .-tubtrrn rrs;.-tance in the past 24 hours than in any other en gagements of the past month. The Germans counter attacked at edvii'il rd.Tcirs ilurin" tbe niirht , v,A tr,;r, .., I were driven bark after bitter tight-I nn nn,or to th(1 (;in army, ns ir.g at all but a few points. Tie- F''rtP'1 th th- Austria! peac e note British gained the western outskirts wU1 not ha,t- th -dfvusive" war of Fresnoti in local oPe. n t ,r.s. which the central powers are wag- Tle-re has :-een no major rri. ! inf'- RA'-F ITl'TFKN, column one. gagement; to. lav up to the time this1 was wrifen. German troops are j Reliable information gathered hj occupying prepared d-fen-'s and th Americans indicate- that only Increasing their opP ,,iti.n eerv- I 1? of thf " reserve divisions in the ArtiRerv nctixitv is lncrea;i:g 1 also. Thf fo-irth R:itih. ar;av cnu tured Vc'"n (f t- v.,'r' c,ermn prisoners taken. COL. U. S. GRANT TO AID AMERICAN PRISONERS IntT 0!"T; ll ot Se-rie- PARI. Sept. . F S Gran, third, ard a cmmis-s-or! of Am.-ri-Mn 1 of"ccr hae tefr f.- S- iter! and. . here the, v. i . i .ng.ge in prisons re! ief t o-k Thv w t '. ! rr.x-i tbe v ci.br in rr.':fti. ovp-g '- ti;e j thit Sw:t rerland .: r.et -ermit albe.i ..rb-c-- tc ir ' : - f !' ! s w h. : !e in :t.'r! ird. !tb..- :gb at , i . . j . f i - rions cf th- kitr's ' :,th.!,v ara! on cth-r o,-as:.-- G- p-mc -;r ab:;? tbe .--o. -r ::1 ! '?; w;th ' ' hl-'-:c -.-.J t! : irv.w r--m ! a w ' -I w - . t ;.tr '. A- : I C,er:...- -' : ; ". ! n ' , - s . : : z r.u :: 1 : Arne? -.can S . i : . ? c . a ' a t - r l - i ;: t' ..im-, I NO CHRISTMAS PACKAGES FOR ROYS "OVER THERE" . - pt-r:.)-,. : ..; Ni s. -v i . WAS-i : N .T' N - 'krr - . " the ; trer.cae- ; e arrel '.V t h e w a :: , , -irtme::rs ' i" r'.!.:;: has yet V 1 1 . g ' r o , be -1- i ". . : ' TO C r W .! : . e ia : ;t .- :- - r i . . ! e r ,.V.'. ' W !b- h t - d p. - n ; a- w ere f.t 'ire g o 1 . . I THE WORLD TODAY (A (VnH4 Summary ef the Day's lAcnts and fiuide te Mr' Important News r This Prest Wilson to-lay l.ufl a proc lamation calling: upon the nation to (('st-rvf Oct. 12, the- annivers'try of the discovery of Alrune;;, as "Liber- ty flay" to stimulate the sal" ff Lib ' erty bonds. PAUK ONi:, column : i-ir. Jnhr Thf .-Vrvian armv. under thf Scr- prim et is winning back ' its native land, the Rulgarians h-"- in:: in full flicht on a front of 70 ' mi Irs. The Frnfh arc cooperating i in the present drive anl the Rritish ' and dreek forces in the i'.alkans are I expected to initiate a movement ' soon. PAGC NH. column e.ne. Thf quota of St. Joseph county 'n is ?.Tr.o.,f.ü. the committee was as in- ground in front of St. Qucntin. PACIK ONF. column eight. A severe defeat has hf(.n inflicted on Cermar.-U'd bolshevik forces in rtus-;ia. according to the Russian government of the north. FACIE ONE. column s---en. Docjmenfs showing that 1 brew ers contributed to a huge "slush" fund which was used in making cer tain loans to enable the purchase of a newspaper by Arthur Rrisbane were submitted to the senate judici ary committee by A. Mitchell Pal mer, iilien property custodian. PAGE THREE, column one. A midnight raid against the Amer- I iv.iii ui;v." ill i 1 1 e I . i n 1 1 111 vali dieren was repulsed the enemy tak ing no prisoners and g'dting no In- form a t i o n . PAG F FO FRTF K N. column one. Field Marshal on Hindenburg. in ; German arniv are sutlb-ientlv rest- - civn battle. PAGF NF. ed to gi-e column t w o . . , Only Few of Hindenburg s Re- serves Are Thoroughly Rested For Battle. I :. r i f ..:. 1 1 New s S.-rv WITH Tl II' AMRRICAN ARMY . N TI IF a IC IIA I .N : iJ CK NT. pt. ; , ,.. f the ? dnisiop.s i.ne troops in V.:i H:nd-n- !V; diate o::'c:--ive o; latio:-.--. a i' i ord:ng to trie t,.-.-t in:-rmation x acnu.g me Am. ru .ins ta lav. v 'f tlie 1 ' div us.... r-. s or thrc ar- t c ; a f 1 v r e s , e ; . s ü-.-aude .,;.e Aur r dp- :on. p. !y t.ear M-t.r. Air ob -c:ers ? epo-Ted tod i.f. MI.U s;cr--d a d.r.- t hit on the ;n:pcrtant ' .. 1 1 v, a v , ' -, : ' it I o ""'- i- . i. Ib:r:r.g a hi.rh win.', tl::- morning C :: of th.e Am rican ha'.bo:-. was tort: b :ro:i. its rr;"i.: :-u. The two ii, o;.; tt.ts b-apt d ou; With a ir.ub.ute. but were swept away by the wind acra.s the e';erman front, It is- 1 el:e ed. hw t ver. that th.e; w, re ab'.e to land saf. !v 1 -h:nd th" tit i :r..i r. lir.es. 13 GERMAN DIVISIONS "FIT" :v ! ' x HORN ( III)TF. -::'. ! v f - ' Ir.tera.i?:..:. I N - s s. . x ; 'a r.t s LF.FANv N. I- d. Sept. . '. Ninth u- :;: ins ' 'bstrict j rr.h.R ü;on:: !.s. t::ght ba.r !s of ' nomi:: ited Jam-s b. Horn of J J ;,'. 1 tla-:;- '. , ni a th,. c ,:p; i ite cj:: l ki : - s IK HE Germans Try Counter Blow jr. Haumont and Rember court Sectors, But Are Pushed Back. li fcrmtien ii .fs Service: WITH TIN: AMERICAN AHM V ON Till; LOHHAINi: I 'HONT. Sept. im. (11 a. in.) American tn liao K-upi(Ml Atncisw iiier, in Alsae (on the front wot of Colmar.) Aincricaii jatnN niale the- iiMocry tlii-t tin (iennans had w ill.di-a w ii from the .lacc and then the Americans fxt upiel it. A (ierman order has lccn taken l the Amerieans de .critin liow town- and liuild inu" are to he systematically de stnel daring retreats. The cnnaii soldieis, are fr dered to detile the efuintry and to place time mines everywhere. HV IIENUY G. WALES. ' Il'ternatinlial .News S.'ipe: WITH THE AMEKRWN AP.MV ON THE EOKUAINE FRONT (noon), Sept. 20. A German attack ; was attempted at ä o'clock this morning, under cover of mist, 4 against our lines in the Haumort and Rembc-i court sectors, but the American artillery slammed down a violent counter barrage nre that completely routed the boches. The Germans were unable to reach the American lines, so savage and accurate was the gun tire from the American batteries. As the Ger mans fled thev left numerous dead in front of the American positions, miring tne nigni me enemy es- , es- tatdished machine gun posts on the I outskirts of the village of Haumont. (The Mages mentioned in the , cablegram are all on the front west ! J and southwest of Metz.) ! now.v thri:i: nr.vs in SPl.IAFl'I AIt IK.HT. Internitioii.il News Seri.e: with Tin: ami:fican army jo. ii: a. m. Lieut, ivike or l'lioe- iiia. .w.i... - wi.n.n. , planes and a Drachen observation ; balloon during one spectacular sortie lover the German lines. He already 'had shot down several balloons. n I'lnrfnong ir tmu iisinr o hm- , ... ...... ...... - model two-seater fighting plane on f the Woere front. The Hun ma chines are unusually fast climbers. The aviators wear parachutes which enable bcth of them to jump to safety in case the pi.me is shit down. gkkm.w FOKTKi:S or Mirrz i NDi.H niHFCT i ini:. lit. r : i ; 1 1 ! 1 1 1 1 1 News Srvie: WASHINGTON'. Sept. 2A. The German fortress of M tz is under d.irect t;re from American guns of large calibre. Asst. f-'ee'y of War c.(well told n.emlers of the hou-e military affairs committee today when they conferred with him and other o:lieia!s nt the war department.- BREAKS DOWN I HUNS' ATTACK They were also told that Gen. j hy anti-lobbyists that the amend- ; case. police officer arretted these Pershing had not et rewalcd the ; ment is certain to be defeated. They : n'pn nnd they w ere charged with identity of the American units en-I said th-y liad :'h members pledged; the respecti offers, although at gaged in wiping out the St. Mihuljto ote against it. Only ;5 2 negative . h tir'p the .'.efend.a r.t were doing saü. nt i votes are needed to defeat the ; notliir.g contrary to law. Aircraft prod i tior. was progress- amendment if the full membership" i Trl WitlKut lAidene. ir.g favorably, was tie- f uoouraging I t the s- nate is present. ' ' There is no cerure to be laid mtorination also iinj-arted to them.1 Sitf.ragists. on the other hand, '"I'0" '' P'trti-Milar n.embr of th a total of sewn thousand Liberty i: i o i . rs Hi o : .e have :i built up to !at' :::any of v. liich had aire ady been shipped tv France. I .sease amor,-' th t: -H.ps a ' read had als. ; I'm!-;.'.'-.!, Cl OWelJ S i id. An: erican en greatly PERSHING THANKS HAIG FOR HIS CONGRATULATION I .i t r r. : t i' 1 New S.-rvi e: r.ONDON. Sept. :'i.'-Tli( otlicers and men e. th.e American army bcj ly appreei'itc the sentiment cm: eyed from th.e veteran Frit is'.: army wd: a -bid is so heroic conduct on many an inspiration to us all." sail Gen. Pershing in replv to a! i mssage .if copgrat ulations from f';e!d Marsb.al llaig. the British jomman-ie r-m-chicf. "Please ex ten! to .all ranks of thit spbmdi I i jy arm.v t'ne a ft-c t i--::a t e regards cf the',,, - o mg An. eta an a 'my a ?: t ;t---.:r t!;em. tli.it we shall battb- on tnf lr sib- until p rm.a -ent pet is a. s-w.re-1 t th.e wo:!ii." Indian Scouts Hunt Out Foes Machine Gun Nests; Yank Captures a Saloon HV M.UTON C. PAIIKK. Ie.terii.iti"unl Nws Svrvl.'e: WITH THE AMERICAN ARMY OX TIIK IjRHAINE FP.ONT, Sept. - 0 - A" Manches of the cosmopoii- ;tan iersonnel or tne American army :are acju ittin.i; themselves ith un 1 usual merit whenever called upon. This applies to -uppo.sedly non combatants as well as fighting men. and to Americans regardless of the 'color of tluir skins. One American patrol, composed j exclusively of full-blooded Indians,' has hi en doing particularly effective work west of the Moselle. Adopting the tactics of their an I central warriors, the:- are locating I s' or es of enemy machine gun nests, j killing or capturing the un crews, and bringing in the machine guns 'to be turned on the enemy. Capture Hun Saloon. Iaeut. Clayboni Arthur of Louis ville. Ky.. is probably the first Amer ican to have the distinction of cap turing a Gorman saloon in Its en tirety, including the bartenders. Arthur was advancing with a de tachment of men toward Norroy. Althouch huntimr for Germans, his hunting days in old Kentucky wouldn't permit him to pass up a VILLAGES BEFORE I iCERlNS LOOT GIVING THEM OP j civilians Ordered Out oflPolicc Cases Will be Probed Pacjny Sur Ploselle Build- ing Up Strong Line. j International News Service: with ihh A.Mi-aui-A IN I.ORRAINF (noon), Sept. 20. All the civilians have been ordered ..ei- , .1, , , ., o,.v, i scn. p me ' in jii.iu. i.w .u. ."-- i quontlv looted tne village, tierman , ,,rison;rs reported today. , (Pagny sur Moselle lies just north, i of the lighting front on the Moselle I river and i about in miles from ' I . i .mpiz.i The Germans are building a strong defensive line behind Pagny sur Moselle. The civilians taken out of Pagny sur Moselle were sent to Moulins. which is northward. All of the metal in the village was carried off bv the retreating German soldiers. CONFLICTING PREDICTIONS OF FATE OF SUFFRAGE Int.Tmtio.n-i! N-w Service: WASHINGTON. Sept. 2h Two prediction ' on the outcome f the struggle over the federal suffrage amendment were in circulation at I the ranital today. Senators were told ! wa r.- gn im- circulation to a predic- I ti'in by Jones of Washington, wb.. tnk..n on irJve art In lin. in- op hK cedieagues tor tne amend mere, that the amendment is certain to pass. JAMES R. MANN. jR.. COMMITS SUICIDE Ir.ternjtbn.il News Scrvl e fHICA'lO. Sept. 20.- -James R. Mann, jr., said, by the police ta be a son of Congressman and Mrs. Mann, sh- t and killed himself here to!ay. Mann was At th" boarding house where the act was commit- ted he left two notes, one to Miss Rva Wilkin?, his landlady, the other i to .dr.-. James .dann, HighlAnd 1 apartments, Washington. D. C. It the litter note which led the to bel!eH that he is the son . , f th rep atdican the ho-jse. . Tubere-uP-sts was th ca i ; n rr.e of hi? note. couple of rabbits, flushed enroute. He killed both of them. At Norroy he looked up a Frt-.ich woman and persuaded her to cook them for him. From this woman th lieutenant learned that two Germans who had ben operating a saloon, were still asleep and unmindful of the approach of the American. Captures Both Huns. Arthur entered the cite, captured both of the bartenders and a large supply of hcer. (What happened to the supply ic deleted. ) Durtncr an An erican attacj; on the northern flank of the front, six NV- groes, employed in laboring detach ments, wandered through the forest in an effort get a better iev of fns of the Fnited States c.debrate the battle. Su .'lenly they came upon the anniversary of the discovery of a detachment -f JO Germans. The ' cur country in onW to stimulate a Negroes had no weapons save picks ; generous response to th fourth Rib and shoels, but thev charged and 'rt' lan. the Germans surrendered. The Ne- groes marched proudly to the rear with their prisoners. Prnlsc VuuUee Fngineers. American tank oificers are en thusaistic in their praisn of American engineers who have been advancing ahead of the tanks, filling up pit traps left by the enemy, and enabl ing the tanks t make unusually rapid progress. SCHWARTZ Sft!5 OFFICIALS 1ST HE EVIDENCE Hereafter Cassidy Frees 23 Men. The position of the prosecutor's ' .office in rep.nal to cases brought into ! i court hereafter, without sutllclent ; evidence to Mistain a conviction or; pen t:k "P the court's and state's) time With the proceedings, wast mPr i-riaav morn me by. rputy Pros s p Schwartz Mr. Schwartz addressed the court aftP!- Asst. ''hief of Police William Ca!dv had dismissed the charges against 23 colored men who were . - . ;arres;ea tor anegeu ireou-Mitlng a - gambling house at the Negro club' am S. Mi'-hig.an t-t. The otTb-ers were detailed to ar- rest the inmates upon the foregoing charge ut found no evidence at the time to warrant t!ie arrest. Never- i ' theless a1! of the men were bronchi j to the station and booked for trial. ; The otlicers were acting under ! orders from the chief of police. 1 "I am instructed to dismis these i cases by Chief Cassidy." said Mr. (Schwanz when the court convened., "hocaue of the Pick of evidence to warrant a con ictlon." Chief Cassidy verified the state- j ment by the deputv prosecutor and : Mr. Schwartz continued: "Now that th court may be . under no misapprehension as to the Police dei.artment. but I want to sav now, that if. ir; tbe rut 'ire the ' b tbe police ''MOence I-IOU-OI i i s -ä?-- IfcT into f Ti eii r i o i r- r?A . ' ' 4 i v t -- t " iiiciiio ,i- o u i lain f. i j i ing to trial, there will be no trial We have, heretofore, gone to trial in cases when we reilized there wa? insufbeient evidence. We did so. howeer. because of the request of th p -slice official. We will no lor.g- er be forced to th without evider.ee. "In this particular trial of case. case I an: not , censuring- any individual ofT.c;- who was detailed upon tai ease. fcr h" j simply ohe ed orders, but lam here 'to make it plain to thi court that. i jn th future, e idere i:r:st be .e- cired before the Ftate w!I! proceed ! to the trial of thrt cse." "I am elad to hear this." :ai- Judge dilmer. "When police off,- , cers have not had sur?icnt evidence to prosecitp, the cases have often ; b-pn turned Into a perect:tin. There jdenty of evidence to re ttoor leader Cjhad if the police department want" it. but I am clad to know that h!r i?e jven cocked CB?e wil! r.o 'oncer tf brought hpfore this court." PBEST WILSON IS OCT. 12 LIBERTY DM" !rges Wide Observance of Discovery Anniversary to Stimulate Sale of Lib erty Bonds. filtern a t ion a 1 New? S.-rvj.-e ; WASHINGTON. Sept. : Tres'T Wilson this afternoon proclaime Oct. 12. net. as "Eibert day." He reque-ts that on that day the ejti- All employe of the f. .let al gov "rnmpnt who .-an be spared are tn bf excused from work on this day to join in the celebrat ioi. tlo- proc lamation stipulates. Here is Pro tarnation. The proclamation follows: "Fvery day the great princi ples for which we are fighting take fresh hold upon our thought and purpose and make it clearer what the end muct be and what we must do to achieve :t. We now know more cer ainH than ever we knew- be fore why free men brought tho grent nation and government we loe into existence, heraus it grows clearer and clearer what supreme service jt is to be America's: privilege to render to tbe world. The anniversary rf the discovery of America must therefore ha-- e for us in this fateful U'.ir,a peculiar and thrilling significance. We need make it a day of ardent rededi f it ion to the ideals upon which our government i-- formed and by which our present heroic tasks nre inspired. Free- Wide i lehnitinn. "Therefore, now. I. Wood row Wilson, pn-sident of the Fnited State ol America, do appoint Saturday, the 12th day of Oc tober. 1?1, as- Liberty day. nn that day I request the citizens of every community of th- I nited Mates city. town and countryside, to celebrate the discovery of our country in or der tr stimulate a generous re st onso to the fourth Liberty lo-;n. Commemorative address es, pageants, harvest home f c. th als, or otlier demonstrat ion should be arrang-d for in ever;, ".'f igiihorhood under the general di-cetion of the se.-retarv of tlo treasury and the immediato di rection of the Liberty loan com lo.itee in coriperation with the Fnited States bureau of educa tion and the pu'dic school au th"ritif.. Let the p op!es re sp ui-" to the fourth I.i'ei ty lo; n express the measure of their devotion to tbe ble-,1 wl ich have guid-d the eo iptrv fre m it dico ery ur-!t:l now ant of their determined p-ii-p'i-p to defend them .-.ml --;ar-rnee their triumph. "For the purpose of partici pating in Liberty day celehra- t.'onc. nil emidoye of the ferj- f : 1 gov crnni- v.. thro-ighout the f mint ry whoe ser'.deec nip v b' spared, will b.- rven-r-d r. Sat':i-d.i . the 12th day of '..to ! t-r for the entire d"v." VESSEL TO BE NAMED FOR CITY OF LAPORTE It.tem iti':.-tl News 4-r .-.- LA P'd'.Ti:, Ind . Sept. ;,; A'. b. e ' ' i t ' O T 'T I f L' to ad V i es- re.-e;ve i f-oni C :gre-srM. j. t: i r n n a r t . or of the y ic- u ed at an ea-re s,,r,-j je, y, ::r.rh- -!.:r. yarl will christened Kit r T " i"i;e r r a. ot eor,r:.erc here t, d.-v :,i u ncr.ed a movement to b.rtve .. o ;r.g we: nan of thi citj to ass j .-it the christen - ing ce re p.i n v : e. : e w : of th president is conferring th:-- di.stir.-- tlon if' on Ia ;o; patriotic arti'-i'ie a'i-e nr is don't hi: coanfd: Tie fellow who Waits to re Is v.-ill oa.v- I to 1 uv Li' rt v bor; wait in vain. There v. time nor disposition to urge or s.-.ijcit anyone to do his manifest dutv. No retter evidence of d.-dUalib. citizer.--bij. in a free .agit:ab. at thi-- v:.p cation for land : im than uuibb scrip".i''-n. lii'.g a it a bond b- it Bolsheviki Led by Germans are Badly Beaten Illtermt.o : .New Se r 1 E iNl N. S- pt. - - A - : feat Ims b-.-n i r . f 1 1 T ! ;:,'o;i c,rr-m.in-lf il lo!sh-ik forces ir; N'-rtli-ern lUisi , according to an . - . 1 ' announcement gi en out by the new North Russian gc rr,:r.e'ir r.t A t -char.gel and r-cei.,l her thi- .f'.- i r.oon. It follows; " in N'e.jnt -d iy b-rman-; d ffTe were defeated seere!y at Fkbtin'sa, li'i miles et of lc:n. "The scene of the t:5ht was 4- ! miles fasf-Aard of the fi'in'-ivr "f , 1'inland. ! A thousand !-;f ar.d nian i boats and horo:; u .fe ii tM'- l Allie, f i. ices hae en :.l!,b-d !! rortbern Russia ;i th.- M,.,:e in i (..-1. LIBOR WTS II PART li PEACE ii London Congress Protests Against Any Secret Treaty Aims. ! Interiiation.il Nr-" 9 Sri : , IJNlXbN. S-pt. Ill: : " a m. Representation of labor at in--pe ice cotiferein" whi''ii 'ends t he present war. the holding sumvdtane- oiislv of w orid labor congress and 'a formal protest against tie- "U tinnation of th.e war for aiiy h'-cn-i trcatv aims not in a cordanc.- with Pre s't Wilson's 'fourteen po.nt-" . are ine piimii'i'- iiu.h.iu'-ii.- i..-. inter-allie-d labor and so, iahst ( on f'r n . ;n session h t today. All of t h . e prira-ijiles w l e ori t. lined in a i-e-olution whih w.ts I submitted during the earlv part of t h t . eel, liv K i ivan! (bonners- m i- , I .a oo: . AUSTRIAN RAIDERS ARE CAPTURED BY AMERICANS Iiitcrnrit!..a.d Nov S.-rv l : WITH TH R AMR Ric, N ARMY riv Ti x T- i i lid i'i-' l" I : i NT i v.l.). Sept. 2. 1- bo-ichi:;g from . .1 x i It . ... .... . . i i a ) is '-e niiii, an .usii--'iii:.-in detachment .n the Mf-'Jse-Mf. seile ! front attempted to raid tio- Ano ri ; ra n ooit Son northeast of Foncourt. The Americans captured thr.e of the raiders all Austrians to the in.perial royal i- ....1.1... ,M A n(r! .... . T . . ..- 1 tt.O.be - in' iixi'.';. -.ii.iimi.- .ii....... : e ; ; ; , ; Yienra. P.ttrol are very aetiv e nn t whole Ameri'-in tront and sp.ads of eojr men are operating right up to the raw Hindenburg l;:,e. ft mu iviniL Ldun Five Armed Bandits Get S26. 000 in Loot in Day light Robbery. I r.t. : t t i - a : N.--v -i s,,r, - "Hb "AC' ', S. ;.t. J c , --- I"; .- ar-: d hat-.dit s t'-dav ror :(', ti.'- Argo s-,;t. 5 -i r.Y: of $ 2"...o...) fi c ;ir and b- '' in I.:b. rtv bor d-. i j . was r. .ä'ie in a r. auto!;o- r.e. I n.r; : e ! .n t e; ., folb m j tne a 1 t r n: .1 pr.!:e- po.--e w;s ;n ,,r th? r.-d it e.i r, ar. i ,-rrO': ndin.g d. :ioti:'e d the jjooes tha rs '"J be o r r-ad" d '.eir e-r.aji NAVY CASUALTIES ; iLte. ::t.'U..b N ü - : c . WASHINGTON. Sept. : - Th n'tvv depa rt.v.f nt tolv a.r.r '.'gcj the following ea: alt!-" - Alfred Andrew. Ibiltie, Midi. a rr.an s. c. .r.d class. dro'.Vi..-d at trai::- ir.g far., p. S--.ttIe. Wash. . pt. II; Roy i:i:-worth jo- . nf :e..r i-. .M" 'pia rter:r: i.-ie: -. t.'.ir.t . ist 'drown.'-.! Sen I 4; j;:.er Fb-w- -dh Thom-i - of .. a : Hau. . f.. a:., drow n- I S--pb It, Joseph . Tr. !:::.. . , ; i r : : r: - r. I. ten. M 1 -c,;,;,,iir. , Sept. 17. s.- r. 1 i : y b ut lit Per. sa i I i o.i, v.i. FRENCH REPEL F VE COUNTER BLOWS OE HO Repulse Enemy in Ailettc t tor and Gain More Grouni Before St. Qucntin Outposts. J.OM )(.) (::;: p. i !i"iiiF-vts: d M. (Jibuti:; I h u r J .t;. . a,! v .uiji:iv nj :i .HRi J.ipliiii! i:np-r !ov.':i d ii'ir. rj '.,;r tLv ann iuikwI -J..i;. . t M . m i i s : a : a t . e ; ! W-eJ f.t I i i ..'! W IS .ill pr.-r f.f t 1m i . i r t h : a nd f ; he ; ii . n i iz ! ; r i . T h' G i i . . a ? . , n ,;' d- -; f 'Mtelv there ; f 1 1 1 m t t i c ' 1 1 ,i r. 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