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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
WARSHIP IS LOST
Audacious Reported to Have
Been Victim of Mine Off
the Irish Coast.
IS FIRST-CLASS BATTLESHIP
Commissioned In 1912, of Twenty-five
Thousand Tons' Burden Germans
Forced to Evacuate Dlxmude Rus
sians Report Continued Advances In
London, Nov. 14. Although no of
ficial announcement him been tnndo,
from Information received tonight It
coma posslblo that tho IlrltinH battle
hip AudncloiiH haa boon lost. It was
a victim olthor of n mlno or of a boiler
aagazlno explosion last week In tho
It is bolloved that tho Audacious
truck a mlno not fur from the fluid
that tho Olympic ran Into a few days
go. Tho admiralty ofllco has admit
ted it Is "pure luck" Jtliat tho Olympic
!b etlll afloaL
Tho Audacious was a 25,000-ton first
lino battleship. It was commissioned
September, 1912. It cnrrlod ten 13. G
Inch gunn and 1G four-Inch guns. It
tad a speed of 21 knots.
Wreck German Submarines.
Tho Standard prints a report, which
tho press bureau permits, that two of
tho enemy'o submarines havo been
lost There has been no official an
nouncement of either. Tho Standard
report adds that thero is every reason
to beUovo two submarines which have
boon raiding in tho channel havo been
satisfactorily accounted for, according
to Information from crcdlblo naval
Ono of these submarines has been
carrying out a series of during rccon
nolssances In tho vicinity of Dovor,
and a patrolling cruiser has reported
ttompte by this German craft to tor
FORCED TO LEAVE DIXMUDE
Germans Unable to Hold Captured
French City Allies Maintain
London, Nov. 14. The Germans,
who on Tuesday last captured Dix
redo, today were driven out with
They stood tho terrific fire bravely;
In fact, refused to budge from their
WOUNDED ALGERIAN FIGHTER
ThlB Algerian, who was wounded In
tho battle of the Alsne, is a typo of
tho soldiers which Franco brought
over from her possessions In Afrlcn.
hard earned position until extermina
tion faced them.
They stood their ground bofore a
heavy flro of shrapnel nnd high explo
sives, but on the appearance of a large
forco of French marines in a bnyonot
charge they rapidly retreated, refusing
to tnko a chance on heavier losses.
German Position Unimproved.
At other polntB In West Handera
tho Germans tj0 not seem to havo im
proved their position to any marked
extent. In fact, an unofficial report
from tho north of France tonight eays
that their nttempta to brenk down the
Hrltlsh resistance around Ypres havo
failed and that their attempt to drlvo
a wedgo into the allied lines by a con
centrated heavy gun flro at La Bnsseo
Thero ban been a considerable bulge
In tbo line hero for some tlmo, but the
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on a pontoon bridge over the lllvor
allien hold their positions on either
Tells of Ypres Fighting.
Tin- official press bureau Issued the
following communication regarding
the fighting nt Yprcs:
"Our troops wero subjected to the
heaviest bombardment that we havo
yet experienced, from dawn for three
hours. This was nt once followed by
nn UEBault In force, carried out by the
First and Fourth brigades of tho Prus
sian guard corps.
Mt Is understood that these picked
troops had beon brought up specially
to act against ua in order to forco their
way through at points where previous
efforts mndo by tho Infantry of tho
lino had failed.
Break Through Allies' Lines.
"Tho attack was pressed with tho
greatest bravery and determination.
Owing to tho gullantry of our troops
and their splendid resistance ngalnst
great odds tho attempt to penetrate to
Ypres was repulsed, but tho weight of
the enemy's advance enabled them to
break through our lines at three
points. They wore, however, hurled
back and prevented from gaining
"An Immense loss wub Inflicted on
tho enemy, 700 of their dead being
found on the ground behind our front
trenches alone. The casualties suffered
by them In advancing up to our line
under direct and enfiladed fire, musty
havo been enormous, our casualties
also were heavy. We took 1,300 pris
oners." French Official Report.
Paris, Nov. 14. Tho French official
announcement given out hero says
that from tho LyB. to the sea the light
ing has been less violent than on pre
vious days. Soveral efforts of tho Ger
mans to cross the Yser wero checked.
Generally speaking, tho French posi
tions hnvo been maintained and Ger
man attacks around Yprcs were ro-
Tho French forces In tho north are
described as holding positions close to
tho barbed wlro ontnnglemcntB of the
Slight progress on other parts of tho
battle front Is reported, ns well as tho
enpturo of a German detachment by a
From Germain Point of View.
Tlorlln, by wireless to London, Nov.
14. Gorman military headquarters to
day gave out an official announcement
"On tho brnnch of tho Yser canal at
Nlcuport our marines havo inflicted
heavy Iosros on the enemy and wo
havo taken 700 prisoners. During our
attacks on Yprcs, which havo pro
gressed favorably, another 1,100 pris
oners have been taken.
"Fierco French attacks to the west
and east of Solssons havo beon re
pulsed with heavy losses to the ene
RUSSIAN ARMIES ROLL ON
Claim Successful Advances In East
Prussia Berlin Declares Moves
Petrograd, Nov. 14. Tho following
statement has been received by the
Russian commander In chlof's staff:
"In East Prussia tho fighting con
tlnues In the region of Stalluponen for
tho poEticsslon of tho outlets In tho
cnbtern chaltrof tho Mazurlan lakes.
"Tho fighting In the regon of Soldnu
continues. Tho German ofTcnRlvo has
been repulsed In the dltectlon of
Thorn on both banks of tho Vistula
toward Ryfoln and Wloclawek and
farther west. Tho enemy brought
hero a part of his troops from Lyck.
"In the Czenstochowa region tho Ger
mans are moving gradually toward the
"In Gallcla our offensive toward
Dounalctz now hero encountered resist
ance. Wo occupied Krosno and Inflict
ed heavy losses on tho Australn rear
guard. In tho region of Sanok and
Turka, where wo stormed nightly n
well-fortified position, tho Austrlnns
on tho morning of November 11 bogan
"In the Carpathians, on tho road
Nadvorno to Mnrmaroszlgct, near Pa
aleczna, wo defeated a body of hostile
Berlin Reports Russian Check,
Derlln, Nov, 14. According to offi
cial announcement given out In Dor-
AT THE FRONT
)A4uww'lu''V,r WiAi .-wK'O.'AVft.t
u group of his officers, photographed
lln today news received from the east
ern arena of hostilities shows that
matters are proceeding favorably.
The Hussion cavalry forcte, which
were defeated previously with heavy
loss In the vicinity of Kolo. 40 miles
northeast of Knllscz, Russian Poland,
resumed their offensive movements,
mid swinging to tho southward were
ngnln repulsed to tho east of Kullsz.
This, the announcement bays, removed
any possible dangor.of nn Invasion of
Silesia. The unuouncoment adds:
"On the East Prussian frontier at
Eydtkuhnen and also farther south to
the cast of the outlet of the Mazurlan
lakes fresh battles have doveloped,
but no decision has yet been reached."
FINALLY DESTROY THE EMDEN
British Warship Ends Career of Fa
mous Cruiser Which Has Done
So Much Damage.
London, Nov 12. Two naval suc
cesses of utmost Importance to Great
Britain and Its allies were announced
by the admirnlty.
Tho first was the destruction of the
German cruiser Emden. It was driven
ashore and burned after a severe en
gagement with the Australian cruiser
Sydney in the Cocos or Keeling group
of Islands southwest of Java in the
The second was the bottling up of
the German cruiser Kocnlgsberg near
Mafia Island on the coast of Gorman
East Africa by the blockading of tho
channel to tho harbor. This was done
by the Australian cruiser Chatham.
These two victories have cleared all
tho high seas of German cruisers with
the excoptlon of Admiral von Speo's
fleet in the southern Pacific, and the
nritlsh admiralty has Informed tho
country that adequate measures have
been taken to deal with this fleet, vic
tor of the recent battle off tho Chilean
Emden's Captain a Prisoner.
Cnptaln von Muller of tho Gorman
cruiser Emden and Prlnco Franz Jo- i
fieph of Ilohcnzollern, ono of his of-
fleers, aro both prisoners of war and
neither Is wounded, according to an
announcement by tho admiralty.
Tho admiralty adds that the losses
on the Emden are unofficially reported
as 200 killed and 30 wounded.
Tho admiralty has given directions
that all honors of war bo accorded to
tho survivors of tho Emden nnd thnt
the captain and tils officers are not to
bo deprived of their swords.
Eight German Flyers Killed.
Iondon, Nov 13. Germany has In
vaded England by airship, according
to official announcement In Der
lln, rocelved In London by wire
less, which states that German avi
ators havo flown over Sheerness
nnd Harwich Sheerness is a rortilled
senport In Kent at the mouth of the
Thames, forty miles from ixindon. and
Harwich, In Ksm Is about seventy
miles northeast of London. A thril
ling encounter occurred In tho vlcln
Ity of Ypres between olght aeroplanes.
four German, two French and two
llrltlsh Tho Gorman machines were
finally destroyed by artillery lire and
tho eight ofllcura thoy carried were
Call a Million More Men.
London, Nov. 13. The llrltlsh gov
ernment will call for 1,000,00 more
men to fight the GormanB. This num
ber Is In excess of tho number of men
nlroady voted for 1914 and 1915. It
does not affect tho territorial force
Tho additional 1.000,000 men will
bring the llrltlsh forces up to 2.I8C,
400. On AugUBt 5 there waB a supple
mentary estlmnto of 500.000 followed
on September 9 by 500,000 more. Tho
number of men now called out by tho
government answers the requirements
of the year ending March 31, 1915.
Praise the German Navy,
llcrlln (by wireloss), Nov. 13. "Tho
Gorman navy has destroyed tho leg
end of llrltlsh naval supremacy," was
tho declaration of tho Gorman press
on Thursday in commenting upon tho
destruction of tho cruiser Emden.
Whllo tho naval critics dcplcro tho
loss of tho cruiser, they omphaslze
tho fnct that England had to call to
her assistance the Australian, Japan
ese, Russian and French warships to
I bunt tho vessel down.
PROHIBITION DECREE IN EFFECT
FINANCIAL OUTLOOK BETTER
Progress Toward Resumption of Regu
lar Business. Stock Yards at
Chicago Have Been
Western Newspaper Union News Service,
Petrograd. Thousands of men, wo
men and children stood In a driving
snow storm before the doors of the
liquor shops on Saturday, the last day .
on which it wub possible to purchase I
light wine nnd beer under the prohibi
tion net of the Russian government,
which on Monday became absolute. 'Ap
plicants for a final supply of leverages
rame with baskets, sacks, carts and
wheelbarrows, many having pawned
their last belongings to procure means
to purchase. This final prohibition act I
Is the last of Unco distinct liquor re- I
forms, the first curtailing the salo of I
vodka and the second abolishing It ab
solutely The third measure extends
the prohibition to every form of alco
holic drink In all portions of the em
pire under martial law Cities Included
under the prohibition are Odcata, Riga,
Warsaw. Moscow. Kiev nnd virtually
all cities of western Rusfa.
Stock Yards Resume Business.
Chicago. 111. Complete disinfection
of the Chicago stock yards, made nee
eseary bv the foot and mouth disease,
was finished Saturday and everything
Is In readiness for the reopening of the
Institution. Dr. V. N. Nell, chief of
the federal government's bureau of
inei't liifpret'on Issued a statement de.
.daring that the public need feel no ap
prehension of the meat sent out.
"There Is no chance for the public
to get meat that has even been ex
IMised to contamination," ald Dr. No!?
"because of the rigid supervision ex
erclsed by the government."
FINANCIAL OUTLOOK BETTER
Progress Made Toward Resumption of
New York. Decided progress to
wards tho resumption of regular busi
ness was noted in the general flnan
clal situation. Announcement that the
cotton exchange is to reopen for free
and unrestricted trading was followed
by Intimations from high banking
quarters of tho probable reopening of
tho stock exchange at the beginning of
tho new year. Incidentally, member
ships on both exchanges wero sold to
day at prices materially higher than
thoso quoted a few weeks ago.
There were other distinct indica
tions of improvement, Including further
heavy retirements of emergency cur
rency, additional advices in most of
tho bonds and stocks quoted by the
several markets now in operation and
an advance In the price of
It was belloved that resumption of
business by the cotton exchanges
would exerclso an Immediate and fav
orable influence over the foreign ex-
Lord Roberts Dead.
London. Field Marshal Earl Rob
era Is dead from pneumonia. A tele
gram from Field Marshal Sir John
French, commander of the British ex
peditionary forces on tho continent
apprised Earl Kitchener, sectrary for
war, of the death of England's great
soldier. Tho telegram read:
"I deeply regret to toll you that
Ixml Roborts died at 8 o'clock this
Field Marshal Roberts, who was
colonel-ln-chlef of the Indian troops,
had gone to France to give them his
greeting. Soon nfter his arrival ho be
enmo seriously 111.
Cornhuskcro are Champions.
Lincoln. Nob Tho Nobrnska Corn-
buskers still aro supremo In Missouri
valley football. Colliding Saturday on
Nebraska Hold with their historic riv-
nls. tho Kansas .lay hawkers, tho Husk
! ers achieved u crushing triumph by
idling up n total or live touchdowns
and 35 points, whllo the Jay hawker?
Buffered tho Ignominy of a shutout.
To Reopen Irrigation Canal.
Gothenburg, Neb. A aurvey Is be
ing made on the south aide of tho
Platte river near hero with n view to
reopening tho Irrigation cnnnl, aban
doned after having beon successfully
operated for yoara. It is said that an
organization will be effected nnd work
will befeln on tho reconstruction of the
ditch ns soon as the survey Is finished,
so that an estlmnto of tho cost can bo
mado. This will make it possiblo to
water something llko 40,000 acres of
the beBt of tho valley land.
San Francisco, Cal. Far-reaching
measures with tho Intention of divorc
ing tho grapo growing industry, wine
nnd brewers' Interests from tho sa
loon will bo brought boforo the noxt
legislnturo for passage by tho Califor
nia Grano Growers association. The
enactment of tho nntl-trent law will
hn naked. Midnight nnd Sunday cios
ing also will bo sought, but perhaps
the most drastic of tho measures
framod 1b one which seeks to make It
Illegal for any wine maker, brewer,
distiller or wholesaler to have any
flnanr'l interest In a saloon.
BRIEF NEW8 OF NEBRASKA
Adams county pastors will form
Tccumsch is making arrangementi
to hold a chautauqua next season.
Imcg and Henson will establish ai
alfalfa mill and elevator at Seward.
The state suffrage committee will
meet at Omaha, December 4 and 6.
Tho Nebraska manufacturers' asso
elation Is in session at Omaha this
many fliciniyrc, lormer American
lcaguo outfielder, is to manage the
Lincoln TIgors In 1915.
Peter Durgay, 13 years old, residing
near Silver Creek, is dead from Injur
ies received while hunting.
Mr. and Mrs. Ell Johnson of Oto
county celebrated their fiftieth wed
ding anniversary last week.
Grand Island Is having trouble wit!)
Its pool halls and will pass an ordl
nnnco for an early closing hour,
Frank Hurrison will leave I
Frank Harrison will leave Lincoln
about December 15 for a coupl
months' tour of Central America.
The Wymoro flro department will
give its annual fair lasting five nights,
commencing Tuesday, December 15.
A number of Nebraska farmers have
had more or less success the past sea
son In raising cotton experimentally.
Olof Nelson, for thirty years n Bur-
llngton engineer, was run over and
Instantly killed by a train at Lincoln.
A. P.lckford of Morrill. Nob., was
stricken with partlnl paralysis while
en route to Lincoln on a llurllngton
Over GOO delegates were In attend
ance at the session of the Nebraska
Christian Endeavor at Lincoln last
The Union Pacific put a force of
fifty men at work cleaning and dis
infecting the stock yards nt Grand
Hurglnrs at Lincoln used ether as n
method of Inducing tho family of Sam
Dotwlnlck to permit the ransacking of
Tho Lincoln Rotary club enter
tained a number of rotarlans from
middle western cities last week with
Adam Hoff of Hastings Is suing the
Hastings Browing company for $2,700
alleging that a keg fell upon a finger
and amputated It.
William R. Mulvlhill, teller for tho
Merchants bank nt Omnha, was found
dead In n bedroom of his home, with
the gas jets open.
Dee Mohler, a Fremont boy, has per
fected a process by which moving pic
tures may be thrown on the screen in
their natural colors.
Frank Kreja of Pender Is dead at an
Omaha hospital of Injuries received
when ho was assaulted by two men
and seriously beaten.
Eddie Iane, 8 years old, near Tecum
Beh. was kicked in the face by a horse
and seriously Injured.
Tho St. Joseph & Grand Island
depot at Glonvllle, together with a
lot of baggage and express matter,
was destroyed by flro.
F. H. Ileln, 22 years old, of Lincoln,
may dio as a result of a mistake in
taking bichloride of mercury tablets
for headache medicine.
According to reports received by tho
Btnte boaid of agriculture, 8,910,975
pounds of butter wero made in Ne-
i braska homes In 1913.
Nearly fifty candidates were Jnltl-
atcd Into the mysteries of Scottish
, Rite Masonry nt the meeting of that
body at Lincoln last week.
1 Legal technicalities have been dls
i covered In tho Sunday baseball vote
at Lincoln that may defeat tho propo
i sltlon even though it carried.
Tho city council of Auburn has
1 offered a reward for the conviction of
the persons who sot lire to floral hall
, at tho fair grounds at that place.
I A broken Journal on n freight car
caused a wreck at Sewnrd that threw
a train of twenty-two cars Into a
ditch, fortunately Injuring no one.
, An explosion of a gnsollno stove at
I tho homo of Mclvln Sanders at Au-
burn wns quickly subdued by his wife
j by throwing flour onto the flames.
Patrons of tho Fremont postoffico,
Including tho members of all political
pnrtl03, will vote on n now postmaster
at a prlmnry to bo hold In Jnnuary.
Carl RIsch, 15-year-old boy nt Nor
folk, ran away from homo because
his mother found some clgaret papers
In his pockets that he declined to ac
count for satisfactorily.
John Tnmlnoslnn, a Lincoln Armen
ian, and n convert to Christianity, has
determined to return to his former
faith and will resumo his namo of Mo
hnmed Nadir, which was conferred
upon hi in when ho wns converted to
Mohamcdlsm In Egypt.
Sherman Williams, a painter, sus
tained four broken ribs and Internal
injuries by falling twenty feet from a
ladder on which he was working at
Tho state teachers' association
mooting nt Omaha last week la said
to have been ono of the best In its
history, over four thousand teachers
being In attendance.
David Pitt, a native of England and
for forty years a resident of Beatrice,
is dead at his homo there, aged 82
years. Pitt fought in the Crimean war
and participated In the fnll, of Luck
aow. A strange disease has appeared
among tho horses In the nelghborhod
a few mllea Btfuth of 'JohnBon. The
veterinarians aro at a loss to know
what It Is or what causes it.
An Immonso wheel of solid gold,
valued at $10,000, emblematic of Cali
fornia rotarlanlsm, waa ono of the ox-
, dibits at tho meotlng of tho rotary
clubB nt Lincoln inst weeK
C. L. noln of the chancellor's office
haa written a lottor to President Kate
McHugh of Omaha withdrawing the
name- of Samuel Avery from tho list
of nominations for tho state teachers'
Reduction In Living Costs Made Pos
sible by Perfect Product.
The sudden nnd highly alarming In
crease In cunt of food necessities, such
bs sugar uueJ Hour, demand luvreuaeil
domestic economy, For lucomea havo
not ndvunced with this war-time sour
ing of food prices.
Waste of food as well as coat of
food must be considered and minimized
In these days of exorbitant prices.
Fortunutuly tho greatest food waste
with which thu housewife has to eon
tend buke-duy failures and thu waste
of costly baking materials Is rendurid
preventable by thu perfect leavening
power of Calumet Making Powder.
Calumet Is an absolutely sure baking
powder of absolute purity. It nuver
falls to produce, fully raised bakings
that are tender and temptingly deli
cious. For its wonderful leavening
strength never varies. It's always uni
formand always unexcelled. ..
To pay inure than Is asked for Calu
met Hlmi'ly means a useless wasto of
money. To pay Icnn, and obtain an In
terior powder, means tho useless waste
of Unkluic .Mnterlnln.
Order a. enn of Calumet. Save a sub
stantial nam on tho price, asked for
Trust UrandH when you buy It. Havo
the Hour, sugar, butter and ckk so
often wasted by lilg Can Powders
when you imp it. you uru safe, in or
dering Calumet, in trying it, in teatlnic
the truth of these claims, for If you aro
not thornuulily satisfied tho purchase
price will bu refunded by your local
In buying n can of Calumet send the
slip found In thu ono-pound can to tho
Calumet Halting Powder Co., Advertis
ing Department, Chicago, 111., and you
will receive ono of their handsome. 72
pagu Cook Hooks, Illustrations in col
ors, and u book that will bo u guide t
economy in tho kitchen. Adv.
Activities of Women.
Philadelphia has five women factory
Women farm laborers In England
number nearly one hundred thousand.
Over five thousnnd women aro en
gaged 'In Industry in Italy.
Over six thousand women in Now
York are employed ns talloresscB.
Canada lias an actlvo rifle asocia
tlon composed of women.
There nro over three million widows
in the United States nnd thero is nc
estimato as to how many there will
be in Europe after tho war, but It
will probably bo twlco as many as we
In Java, when a man marries, he
goea to his wife's house, where the
women sit in council upon all matters
of importance and dictate tho affairs
of the home.
Widows of soldiers killed in the
service of tho British army will re
colve a pension of from five to' ten
shillings u week, depending upon the
rank of her husband.
"My dear major, I want to ask you
a question," remarked tho modeBt mai
den to her partner as they entered the
"A thousand If you like," replied the
"What is a kiss?" Tho soldier was
taken aback, but quickly pulled him
self together, and firmly Bald, "This
"Sir," replied the Indignant seeker
after higher culture, "you misunder
stand me. The Interrogation I put to
you was a mathematical problem
which 1 thought might Interest you."
"It does, It does," said the major,
"but If it's a conundrum I give It up."
Tho maiden's eyes sparkled, and
there was music in her voice aa shu
threw out tho answer, "Why, It's noth
'ng divided by two."
Beware the Conflagration.
Rev. Dr. Harris L. Remington,
In an nddress on "Purity" boforo tho
Young Men's Christian association of
"I would warn my young hearers
ngalnst the nlmost universal custom
known ns 'spooning.' In parlors, on
park benches, everywhere, ono sees
lads and lasses tightly folded in each
others' arms, liko wrestlers of equal
"'But,' you nsk mo, 'what's the
harm? A kiss is only a trifle.'
" 'Ah, yes,' I respond, 'a kisB is only
a trifle and eo Is a spark.'"
Many a man who isn't a coward 1b
afraid of consequences.
Had Tried It Himself.
1 Tho doctor who haa tried Posturu
knows that it is an easy, certain, and
I pleasant way out of tho coffee habit
and all of tho alls following and he
I prescribes it for his patients as did a
I physician of Prospertown, N. J.
i One of his patients says:
I "During tho summer Just past I suf
fered terribly with a heavy fooling at
the pit of my stomach and dizzy tool
ings in my head and then a blindness
would come over royyes bo I would
have to sit down. I would got so nerv
ous I could hardly control my feelings.
"Finally I apoko to our family physi
cian about '.t and ho, asked if I drank
much coffee and mother told him that
I did. Ho told mo to immediately stop
drinking coffeo and drink Postum in
its place, as he and his family had
used Postum and found it a powerful
robuilder and delicious food-drink.
"I hesitated for a time, disliking the
idea of having to givo up my coffee, but
finally I got a package and found it to
bo all tho doctor Bald.
"Since drinking Postum in place of
coffee ray dizziness, blindness and
norvousnoss aro all gono, my bowels
are regular and I am well and strong.
That is a short statement of what
Postum has dono for mo."
Namo given by Postum Co., Battle
Creek, Mich. Read "The Road to Well
ville," in pkgs.
Postum comes la two forms:
Regular Postum must bo well
boiled. 15c and 25c packages.
Instant Postum Is a solublo pow
der. A teaspoontul dissolves quickly
in a cup of hot water and, with croara
and sugar, makes a delicious bovor
ago Instantly. 30c and 50o tins.
Tho cost per cup of both kinds Is
about tho same.
"There's a Reason" for Postum.
r-sold by Grocers.
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