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GERMANS WITHIN THIRTY
MILES OF WARSAW.
St. Petersburg, Nov. 24.—
German cavalry patrols have
penetrated to within thirty
miles of Warsaw, the capital
of Poland.
Heavy fighting is still in
progress between Lowicz and
Skierniewice, where the Rus
sian force is opposing the main
H• line of advance of the army of 4
•h General von Hlndenberg.
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Wealthy Widow Murdered.
TJmon, Colo., Nov. 24.—Peter Van
SosBen, a tinner, shot and killed Mrs.
Addle Ferris, a wealthy widow, and
theu committed suicide. The cause af
the tragedy is unknown.
OUTCOME
IN POLAND
INJIOUBT
Additional Russian
Force$_Arrive.
STRUGGLE IN WEST
FLANDERS RENEWED
Activity Is Shown at Several
Points Along Coast.
Londou, Nov. 24.—Desperate fight
ing in Russian Poland, but without
details as to the outcome, and a re
sumption of similar activity in West
Flanders and other points in the west
ern battle line, are the outstanding
features in the two principal areas
military operutions in Europe
In Russian Poland the appearance
of Russian reinforcements is postpon
ing a decision of the battle, according
official advices from Berlin. The
Herman press, however, accounts the
ittle in Russian Poland as virtually
on and already is estimating the ef
ct upon future military operations.
Vienna officially reports successes in
ussian Poland and the capture of lfi.
0 Russian prisoners.
In Berlin it is said the outcome of
tiie main battle with the Russians may
decide not only that phase of the
many sided war, but the whole Eu
ropean struggle. A dectsive triumph
in the east, it is pointed out. will free
part of the German army engaged
there, enabling it to assist the forces
which are facing the British and Bel
gians in the west.
Little News From Pratit.
Fpon what information the confi
dent Berlin predictions were based
was not fully appareut. An early
German official statement Baid merely
that fighting in Poland continued, the
struggle going on to the south of
Plock, in the vicinity of Lodz and
near UeenBtochau. Russia officially
admits that the Germans have won
partial successes, but there is nothing
from this source to show that the con
tinued German advance toward Wat
saw is influencing the campaign to the
north, in East Prussia, or to the south,
near Cracow, Galicla.
In the west the fighting in Belgium,
which has been slow for several das.
has broken out with renewed feroclt v
at Ypres, with the artillery playing
the main part. Loudon observers
suggest that this may be the prelude
to another German attempt to pierce
the line. The town hall and central
market at Ypres have been destroyed
by artillery Are and other buildings
were set on fire. Ypres is in the cen
ter of the allied line blocking the way
to the French coast towns, and the
English are holding this position.
VESSELS SUNK BY GERMANS
British Steamer and Frencll Bark
Sent to Bottom.
London, Nov. 24.—A dispatch to the
Times from Montevideo, Uruguay,
•ays the arrival of the German steam
er Sierra Cordoba there with the pas
sengers and crew of the British steam
er Lacorrentina and the crew of the
French bark Union has cleared the
mystery surrounding the fate of the
Lacorrentina.
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Phone 342 Red
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was overtaken Oct. 7, 250 miles north
east of Lobos Island, by the GermaiJ
converted cruiser Kronprinz Wilhelm,
which, after taking off the passengers
and crew, sent it to the bottom.
The Frwich bark Union was picked
up by thn Kronprinz Wilhelm Oct. 28
and scuttled after the crew had been
taV.'• 11 iiff,
TURKS ATTACK CHRISTIANS
•Hop* at Trebizond Sacked and Three
Persons Killed.
Athens, Nov. 24.—Shops owned by
Christians were sacked and thre*'
Christians killed by a large force of
Turks at Trebizond, a message re
ceived here from Constantinople de
clares.
Trebizond is a seaport in Asiatic
Turkey on the Black sea, 125 miles
northeast of Erzerum.
The Christians there are chiefly
Greeks and Armenians. The Chris
tian quarters are outside the walls.
WARNED BY LEAK IN TANK
Workmen Flee From Powder MIHs
Just Before Explosion.
Gary, Ind., Nov. 24.—Warned by a
leak in an oil tank that an explosion
might be expected 200 workmen em
ployed at the Aetna Powder mills,
four miles from her, fled from th»
ptant a few minutes before a quanti
ty of nitroglycerin blew up, doinr
heavy damaee to the plant and break
ing hundreds of window panes in O*
rv. No one was iniuivd.
LONDON PEOPLE FEAR
RAID
BY GERMANS
linden, Nov. 24. Extreme activity
of tin* Germans along the Belgian
roast, as well as re|orts indicating
that worships are about to move from
Emden. is causing the greatest un
easiness here.
The greatest mystery surrounds the
movement along the coast. Military
experts express the belief that acti\
ity in Belgium may be a part of tlu
plan for the establishment of bases
for a daring raid upon Loudon as a
forerunner of the movement to en
gage the allied fleet off the coast and
under this cover to endeavor to tran
port troops by sea to the French
coast
The entire population of the Be!
gian coast towns of Zee Bruggee and
Knocke has been transferred ti
Bruges by the Germans. The peopW
were not permitted to move into Hoi
land. Bruges is now said to be gar
risoned largely by slightly wounded
soldiers. the others being moved to
ward the front.
Inhabitants of St. Nicholas, a ettv
of 40,000 between Antwerp and Ghent,
have been ordered to leave immedi
ately. St. Nicholas is au important
railroad junction.
TURKISH TROOPS
HAVE
REACHED SUEZ
CANAL
Constantinople, *?©•. 24.—TwrMnh
troops have reached the Suez canal,
according to an official communication
made public bar*. The statement
reads.
"Turkish troops have reached the
Suez canal. Fighting lias occurred be
tween Katas and Teatebe, both thirty
kilometers east of the Suez canal and
near Kantara Teo (probably El Kan
tara, twenty-five miles south of Port
Said).
"English officers and many soldiers,
as well as wounded, were taken pris
oners troops of camel riders and
Egypt police surrendered."
El Kantara is on the right bank of
the Suez canal, twenty five miles south
of Port Said and on the caravan track
between Egypt and Syria.
CHICAGO WOMEN TO CARE
FOR BELGIAN CHILDREN.
Chicago, NOT. 24.—Dr. Caro
line Hedger, formerly in charge
of the Infant welfare work in
Chicago, and her assistant,
Miss Janet Hall, have left
here for Belgium to take
charge of the work of caring
for thousands of homeless chil
dren under the Belgian Red
Cross. They will sail Satur
day from New York on the
liner Philadelphia.
MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA, TUESDAY, NOVEMRElt 24, 1914.
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Chicago, Nov. 24.—The Chicago
Stock Exchange opened its doors and
trading was resumed where it stop
ped July 30, when with other big
trading centers the exchange closed
liecauBe of the European war. The
Chicago exchange is the first of the
broad official markets in securities
throughout the world to resunaa oper
ttlftiir
RENEWED
Paris, Nov. 24.—Renewed bomb
bardment of Men
port Is reported
from the front, together with reports
of the greatest activity among the
Germans all along the coast.
Back of the German lines there is
said to be considerable movement of
troops and guns through Belgium to
ward the coast.
Heavy guns have been mounted be
tween Knocke and'Nieuport with the
evident intention of returning the Are
of the allied warships which have
been bombarding the German lines.
Ypres has again been bombarded
after a partial cessation of fighting
there. The town hall and market
place were destroyed and the city, al
ready ruined, was further damaged.
Reports from the champagne dis
trict and other points along the line
indicate the Germans are reinforcing
their trenches or endeavoring to build
new ones out of range of allied artil
lery fire.
GERMANS PREDICT
RUSSIAN RETREAT
Berlin, Nov. 24.—All the Berlin
newspapers comment favorably and
very hopefully on the possible out
come of the fighting in Poland. They
express the opinion that these engage
ments may decide the entire Russian
campaign, if not the outcome of the
war.
The Lokal Anzieger has published
an interview with an officer who
speaks for the military authorities.
He says that in consequence of the
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simultaneous attack of the Austrians
on the Russian left a general Russian
retreat, with the evacuation of Lem"
berg, is only a question of time.
In their previous attack, this officer
says, the enemy operated in accord
ance with their program, but they have
been forced to give up their war plans
and face an entirely different situa
tion. Existing conditions were fore
seen by the German an4
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Madison, S. D.
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CLERK FAINTS BANDITS ROB
Armed Men Enter Jewelry Store and
Get $3,000 in Booty.
Kansas City, Nov. 24.—Two men
armed with revolvers entered the jew
elry store of Benjamin Walkow on
Main street and, after forcing the
clerk to stand in a corner with hands
uplifted, took money and Jewelry val
ued at $3,000 and escaped. The clerk,
who fainted from fright, was found
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