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FIGHT WITH THE SABRE AND SPEAR French British and German Hu an Cnirassien and Lancers Clash Near Lille. CONTEST EVERY INCH OF SPACE Infantrymen F.nnn-r 1n Very -rana Etronltri iltn Bay onet After Artillery Dnel Teases. Germans Say War Loan Paid Up to Hundred Fifty-Nine Millions FROM THE 11ATTI.EFHONT fvla rarls). Ott ll.-Raher and lance ram Into Hay many times today. The Trench. Urttlsh and German . hussars, lancers. .Irsgoona and cuirassiers In enormous numbers, came lno rontact nar IJIle. There were no brilliant charttes hy lonff lines of horsemen 'o record. ut the Brit ish squadrons In khaki and the French !n their llertit and dark blue uniforms, often crossed swords with the blue-gray-clad Germans. There Is not an Inch of rround here about which does not show traces of the awful character of the battle. The town of Albert is a mass of ruins, only a church steeple remaining standing-. Iloye baa disappeared under constant bombard ment The German artillery taken advantage of many quarters In the vlcln tty where they had placed guna which were beyond the reach of the French ar tillery. Frequently Clash. Reconnolterinf parties, seeking to dis cover the strength of their opponents, frequently came In conflict. In these en gagement the soldiers would take shel ter behind the many bodtee on the field or occasionally make short dashes arrosa the open, where their arms glistened In the sunlight, but nothing occurred which could be called a general battle. The vicinity of Arras, however, waa tha acene of very vigorous encounters be tween infantrymen who engaged In close fighting with the bayonet after the ar tillery duel had ceased. At some points along the line numbers of Germans ap proached the trenches of tha allies with out their rifles and offered to Surrender If given food, saying that the rations at Oat part of the German poaltlon had run out. Beyond Roye, where the fighting has been exceptionally aevere for fifteen days, as possession of the place means control of the railroad lines and also the mad to Amiens, the allies continued their efforts to dislodge the Germans, who held on with wonderful tenacity. It was neces sary for the allies to conduct regular siege operations to get at them. Make Considerable Adraace. Further east tha French made a con siderable advance In Alsace and captured some territory on the heights of tha ileus, where the Germans attacked them repeatedly, but always were driven back. Night attacks appear to have ceased for tha present exoept In a few isolated Ir stances. General Blhille, a French Infantry com mander, has been killed by a fragment cf a shrapnel shell. HKI!M, Oct. 11 .-nv Wireless to Fay vllle.) The following Information has been given out at Herlln for publication: "A bomh dropped bv one of the p my s aviators st Puspeldnrf damag'd an airship. 'The seat of the Servian government has been moved from Nlsh and Is now at I'skub. "The German wnr loan, which amounts already to 2.4J.0flno marks rW6,nno.O(iO) has been paid up In cash to the amount of h.;,O.0u0 msrks Tf,W,Vn. "The Urazlllsn minister In Herlln has requested thirty of Ihs countrymen living In the flerman rspltal to Inform their relntlves that they are enjoying complete security and thst they have not been de prived of thrlr liberty. This step Is taken because of telegrsphlc reports to the ef fect that Uraitllana In Itarlln hnd been shot. 'The reports thst cholera has brokeii out in Herlln are ridiculous. "Count Heroldlngen, whose mother Is sn American woman, has been awarded two Iron crosses for the following exploit: One day he apieared among his comrades wearing the raincoat of an English officer and found that they did not recognlne him. Consequently he slipped away to the French lines and once there demanded that he be taken to some one who could speak Kngllsh, prefershly the commsnil Ing general. This nas done. To the I'nglloh commanding officer he snld: "I am nn English adjutant.. When will you attack? What are your positions and what is your plan of srtinn? "It being dusk the Kngllsh genersl did not notice the German uniform under the F.ngllsh cost and gave the count the In formation he asked for. "licroldlnKon returned to the German line and finally convinced his own com mander of the truth of his story. The Informstlon thus obtained won the battle for the Germans." The Frankfurter Zeltung declares that the people of I'arls are depressed by the appearance of new German armies In the north of France. These troops were suc cessful in frustrating the French out flanking evolutions. Th Vienna Itclrhspost drclsres that recent lOnglisli diplomatic attempts at Constantinople have resulted In failure and Knglnnd Is now too weak to fight the Turks. SHELLS DO DAMAGE F wse congress sooNjr;; cratlc members will continue their aglta- Dr legislation to benefit the cotton Hon hit there is MtUe probability tit T n mnnr.imAr.ti . , j I that any will be undertaken. This, at IN II N I HKKll I Ik V ' Aammisiraiion i,eaaer ore i0 nu. mfU ls tne Urw o the administration 111 Ui U. IJJIUUIVUI Four Missiles from Mexican Guns Land on This Side of the Border. journ by Saturday Night. WAR REVENUE BILL . IN WAY FIRE ON AMERICAN SOLDIERS o tertelnty that Measnre f an He Disponed of Within C online: Week so Legislators t an lleat It Home. Renewed Attack hy Mi)lorrna on I smnis t.nrrlson of sro lie soils In Hflr-KUM Killed and Many Wonndrit. TEUTONS MOVING ON THIRD CAPITAL OF THE BELGIANS (Continued from Pag One) about to declare for the allies. This be lief ls based on the fact that the French and Hritlsh warshlpa have been visiting thst country In connection with the cele bration of the establishment of the republic. TERROR DRIVES TO PANIC AT ANTWERP (Continued from Tage One- cost them dearly. Both aides will have long casualty lists. There Is no reliable information as to the loss of life In the city and the damage there. 1 Crowds of refugees arrived In London tonight. Most of them left Antwerp Thursday night and their accounts of the attack are confused. The Belgians them selves, bestdm destroying forts, blew up steamers at the dorks and act fire to the petrol stores and everything that could be of use to the Invaders. They also took away what the transports could carry. gnbarb Destroyed. Herehem. where the military and other hospitals, the orphanage and some public buildings are situated, Is reported to be entirely destroyed. Even If this la an exaggeration It must be badly damaged, aa it waa burning at least two days. Tha Antwerp railway atatlons also mado marks for the shells from the big guns, but, according to some of those who have reached here, the cathodrul, which In on the other aide of the city nearer the Scheldt, while atruck, was not badly damaged. The Inmates of the hospitals and other Institutions were removed on Thursday, or earlier, so that they were well out of the way before the Germans arrived. Kffert I'pon Campaign. A question which Is now arising Is aa to the effect upon the general campaign of the German occupation of Antwerp. The Belgian garrison, or the greater part of It, escaped and la reported to be engageu with the Germans. . The strateglo Importance pf Antwerp consisted In Its menace to the German lines running through Belgium. Now matters have been reversed and the allies will have to take their turn In keeping forcea before the city to prevent the Gey. mans from Antwerp attacking their flank or rear, should they be able to advance. The Germane propose, according to the Berlin reports, to use me city as a bane for operations against England. Bo long aa Great Britain commands the sea no great part ot the German navy can uae the port, even should Germany overrule Holland's objection to the use of the Scheldt by belligerent ships. What Germany May Claim. Germany, It la thought, may claim that bring In possession of the city It acquires Belgium's right to use the river on equal terms with the Dutch and will proceed to build destroyers and submarines there to menace the British fleet. If Holland should allow these vessels to pass through the Scheldt, England, It la declared, would certainly proclaim It a breach of neutrality. In any case, Hol land's position becomes more and more uncomfortable. In France, according to the French com munication, the allies have maintained their positions in spits of violent attacks at several points. The cavalry still is engaged along the Belgian frontier and across It, each side trying to work around the other's wing. This movement, him compelled the Germans to withdraw some troops from other parts of the Hue and tha allies are seising the opportunity to make headway. French Gala Advantage. The communication reports that to the north of the Otse the French troops have attained a real advantage In several parts of their son of action, while In the St. Mlhlcl region, where they are trying to drive the Germans back across tha Meuae, appreciable progress has been made. The German and Russian forces on ths East Prussian frontier are still fighting stubbornly. The Russians apparently continue to make progreta slowly and the Germans, evidently fearing another In vasion of Kst Frussla, according to news from Berlin, received through Rome, are sending reinforcements to their army both by railway and through the Baltic porta. Raaalaaa Ooeany Ttwi, An unofficial dispatch received from Tetrograd eaya the Russians have occu pied Marggrabowa, which Is eight miles over the frontier In Kast Prussia, almost due west of SuwalkL This would indi cate that the Russians have overcome In this region the German resistance, which has been of longer duration than at any other aection after the Germane were driven back from their attempt to cross the Ktomen river. Lytk, which also has been occupied by the Russians, Is fifteen miles south of Marggrabowa. Petrograd baa drawn the veil for the first time over the operations In western Poland, when a great battle ls expected. The fortress of Prsemysl In- Gallrla still holds out, but It ls reported that addi tional forts have fallen and that tha town Is being bombarded. A gunpowder fac tory la said to have been blown up. Flatting la Haagary. Fighting also continues In Hungary. tne ceaetipated waste, aour bile and un-l . . ...... . - ' . . .. . I to have arrived aouth of Maramoraa- Sslget. The death of King Charles of BRITONS BATTLE BESIDE BELGIANS starvation, aa the whole region haa been stripped of food. A large number la pouring across tha Dutch frontier. Germans have occupied St. Nicolas and Lokeron, and are pushing bodies of cav alry northward In an attempt to out off tha Belgian army. The general staff left Calloo In automobllea this morning. At daybreak the Belgians blew up all the forts along the Scheldt. Every road leading north Is choked frith fugitives, military and civilians. Field batteries, ambulances, farm carta. piled high with furniture and bedding, flocks of sheep and herds of cattle, omni buses and motor cars are In Inextricable confusion. Officers shouting orders, drivers cursing, women weeping and chll dren screaming. And no food or shelter for fugitives anywhere. Tens of thou sands spent last night In ditches or fields and will do the same tonight IdMt Prreunal Experiences. I spent last night In a motor boat lying off the Antwerp quays. Tha boatman was reluctant to stay, so I was compelled to emphasise my orders with an auto metlc. He said he had a wife and chil dren waiting for him. For that matter, so have I. On the Red Star line quay a rabble had broken into an enclosure containing sup plies taken from German steamers and was carrying off everything It could lay Its hands on. Being exceedingly thirsty, I attempted a little looting myself, but as the place was p'tch dark I could not see what I was getting. Just as I laid hands on a little bottle ashell burst in the immediate vicinity and we ran for our lives. When back In tha launch struck a match to examine my prise. It was a bottle of pepsin bitters. Miracle Did Not Intervene. I lay oft the city throughout the night with big shells roaring through the al with a aound like a distant express train and the heavens rosy with the reflection sf burning petrol tanks and dwellings. Unless l. miracle happens, tomorrow morning the sun will shine on the German flag floating over Antwerp. (Continued from Page One.) Ir. the field was praiseworthy In a high degree and remarkable in units so newly formed, and owing to the protection of the entrenchments the losses. In spite of the severity of the fire, are probably less than (00 out of a total force of S.000 men. The defense could have been main tained for a longer period, but not for long, to allow of adequate forcea being sent for their relief, without prejudice to the main strategic situation. "The enemy also began on Thursday to press strongly on the line of eommuntca tlons near Ixkeren. The Belgian forces defending this point fought with great determination, but were greatly pressed bark by numbers. Decide to Kvarnnte. "In these circumstances the Belgians snd British military authorities In Ant werp decided to evscuste the city. The British offered to cover the retreat, but General !e Guise desired that they should leave before the last division of the Bel gian army. "After a long night march to St. Gllles the-three naval brigades entrained. Two out of the three have arrived safely st Ostend, but owing to rlrcumstanoes which are not yet fully known the great part of the first naval brigade was cut off by a German attack north of Iokcren and 2,000 officers and men entered Dutch territory In the neighborhood of Hulsta and laid down their arms In accordance with the laws of neutrality. "The retreat of the Belgian army has been successfully accomplished. The armored trains and heavy guns were all brought away. "The retreat from Ghent onwards ot the naval division and of the Belgian army was covered by strong British reinforce ments. "Vest numbers of the non-combatant population of Antwerp men, women and children are streaming In flight In scores of thousands westward from the ruined and burning city," The admiralty also reports In the same statement that the naval aviation party, having completed Ita attack on Dusseldort and Cologne, already reported, haa re turned safely to Its base, protected by armored cars. NACO. Arizona, Oct. 11.-Four shells from the Runs of Governor Maytor mi fell on American territory lant nilit dur ing a renewed attack on the Carrnnza Karris.. n at Naco, Sonora. One of the. shells wrecked a large residence. An other damaged property surrounding the United Htates customs house. The other fell in a stock f1"td and in a mercantile establishment. During the engagement, which lasted the greater part of the night, several of Maytorena's Yaqul Indians crossed the boundary line In order to attack the Naco garrison In the rear. They were promptly disarmed. Previously, American soldiers had been fired upon and they returned the fire. General Hill, commanding the garrison, lost about eight killed. Maytorena's loss was estimated at not less than fifty killed and many wounded. SHENANDOAH WOMAN ADMITTED TO THE BAR SHENANDOAH. la., Oct. 11. (Special.) Miss Alta M. Miller of Shenandosh. Is one of the eight woien lawyers In the state of Iowa, having passed the state bar examinations and waa admitted to the bar yesterday. Mabel Harriet Janes of Des Moines was also admitted at the same time. Miss Miller has been a ste nographer In the law office of Ferguson Barnea for a number of years as well aa court reporter. In addition to keeping house she has studied law during her time out of the office. CARRANZA MUST BE GOOD, SAYS THE U. S. WASHINGTON, Oct. 11 Tho T'nlted .states government will 'make no further move In the Mexican situation and will reserve announcement of its future policy towards the Mexican central government until General Carranza, the first consti tutionalist chief, has given formal guar antee of full protection of aliens and Mexicans, Irrespective of their political affiliations, and promises not to reim pose customs duties collected by Ameri cans during the occupation of Vera Cruz. WASHINGTON, Oct 11 -A Imlnistra-i tion leaderp In enneres are making every effoit to wind up the lung session by j Saturday nlnlit, with assurances from the president that it will be unnccesssry to ; return until the first Monday In Decern-1 ber. While no new legislation Is to be permitted, thcr" Is no certainty, however, that action on the wnr revenue bill can r completed within the week. When It has pns.ed the renatc a conference will lie necessary, and the prospect Is that It mill be October 20 before congress can adjourn. "We will expedite the Mil In the senate as rapidly as possible, " said Senator Simmons, chairman of the finance com mittee. "I emocrats are not disposed to rhiiiico the measure ss It came from the caucus. Wo all realise that war revenue Is riect Rsary, and we believe that the bill we have framed is the best that could be devised at this time." Republican Won't Delay, Republican senators are not Inclined to prolong the debate, as many of them are anxious to get Into the campaign. Several attacks on the measure already have been made and others will follow, the repub licans maintaining that there would have been no necessity for a revenue measure but for the alteration of the tariff and extraordinary appropriations. Several of the minority leaders have declared that they would aid In bringing about early adjournment an soon as sssuranc.es were given of a definite purpose to end the session without contemplation of any re cess. Such Is now the administration program. Democratic leaders hope that the Alaka coal land leasing bill may be adjusted In conference In time for adjournment,' but there will be no holding of congress If the conferees, to whom the measures were recommitted by the senate, cannot rcTch an agreement within a few days. Myers' Ansertlon. Senator Myers of Montana, chalrmnn of the senate conference committee, has de clared that action of the senate has pre vented the passag of the measure at this session and that It would have to go over until the winter session and take Its place with other conservation legislation that will ba pending. In the house the bill to pave the way for ultimate Phlllpplno Independence probably will bo passed within a day or two. Following that the house will mark time awaiting senate action on the war revenue measure. Some of the demo- Arrested on Charge of Triple Murder AUJONA.. Is.. Oct 111.. M Cur lew of Freedom, Okl.. was arrested this morning by Sher ff t'.ruson In conectloni with the triple murder at Great l'.end, j Kan., on Septomher !, of U U Morgan. Clarence McGugln and Maym McQuillan. ( M'-Curlcw offered no resistance when otfl-; cers told him he was wanted on a murder; charge and will return without requisition , papers. He says he was in Great Bend; : Bend at the tlm" of the crime, h it de-j I dares he Is Innocent. He has been work-, l Ing for farmers In this vicinity slm-e com-j ing here. A reward of 'n had been oi-. fered for his rapture. ' DEATH RECORD j - i John J.' fobry r. j John J. C'obry, sr., died last n.Kht at i his home, Davenport street, atied hi ' years, after an Illness of a yenr. He was j for twenty-five years a resident of Omaha ; and of this time srent twelve years In , the employ of the street railway company. I surviving are the widow and three, chil dren, John J., Jr., and Charles F. Cobry and Gertrude C'obry. Pioneer Dies In Ills Chair. SHENANDOAH. la., Oct. 11. (Special.) Robert Ripley, a pioneer settler of Fre mont county who died last night sitting In a chair at his home, was the seventh old settler to die In Shenandoah In the last few months. The cause of his ceath was dropsy. He was about 80 years old. DON'T INJURE YOUR KIDNEYS Take a Tcaspoonful of Rheumasalts for Lame Back or Bladder Trouble Do you occasionally have a "crick'" In your back? Dees your back nche with a dull, heavy, racking throb? Is It hard to straighten up after stooping? Is it hard to rise from a seat or to turn quickly? If you are bothered this wav, then vour kidneys need attention. No doubt vour blond Is tilted with uric acid. This Irrita ting uciil hrts canned your kldneva to be come weak from overwork. It has madu tlii in sIuk sh. the liver and bowels are clogged, and the waste which should be drained from the system Is retained In the hiood to pois.m the entire body. Kidney diseases start mysteriously and soiiii times lead to Dropsy and Bright s Disease. At the first "pain In the back" get from your druKist Hbout five ounces of Rheu inasNlts. Take two tenspoonf uls in a glass of water beiore lueaklast each morning and in a few dns your back will feel fine, because your kidneys are working rlnht. Kheumnsalts ls n wonderful efferves cent lithla drink, which helps the weak- eneil kidneys and liver and cleans out the stomat h of toxins and poisons and leaves the Intcstlniil canal clean nnd sweet. It Is delightful to the taste. It Is an abso lutely harmless uric acid solvent as well ns a saline laxative. Acts quickly without grtpliiR or nausea. If your druggist docs not keep genuine Rlieumasallfl, remember there is nothing "Just as good." Rheumasalts is prepared lv the famous Ktieumabath Company. Minneapolis, Minn. French Moratorlnm Expires. PARIS. Oct. 11. A Havss agency dls pstch from Petrograd says, "the mortar lum expired on October 9 snd all the ac counts of the banks were paid as punc tually as In time of peace." Dies of Woands. ION DON. Oct. 11. Lieutenant George Hrooke of the Irish guards, son of Sir Oeorge Frederick Brooke of Dublin, has died of wounds received in action. Lieu tenant Rrnflffl w horn In 177 Stops Headache, Pain, Neuralgia Tou can clear your head and relieve a dull, splitting or violent throbbing headache In a moment with a Dr. James' Headache Powder. This old-time headache relief acts almost magically, send someone to the drug store now for a dime package and a few moments after you take a powder you will won der what became of the headache, neu ralgia and pain. Stop suffering it's needless. 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