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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
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Reliable News of the Scries of
Battles in Poland Is
CAMPAIGN WILL BE LONG ONE
Decisive Result In Immediate Future
Does Not Seem Possible Germans
Tell of Capture of Many Prisoners
Fighting Along the Yser Continues.
London, Dec. C Thero Is still lack
ing reliable news of the progress of
tho battla in Poland, which continues
to monopolize tntorest. Doth the Ger
man and Husalan reports claim tho
Tho most important fnctor, from
the allies' point of view, is that the
Gorman advanco on Warsaw seeming
ly has not succeeded in its object, nor
has it had tho effect of diverting tho
Russians from their forward move
ment through tho Carpathian, and on
to tho plains of Hungary, or against
the fortress of Cracow, around which
thoy aro drawing a closer r'ng of men
Long Campaign Is Expected.
Taking into consideration tho case
of Przemysl, which has held out so
long against tho Russian attacks, mili
tary men do not look for the early
fall of Cracow and are rather In
illned to believe that the armies of
Emperor Nicholr- will endeavor to
keop tho large Austrian force lnsldo
tho fortress and enter Silesia from tho
In a dispatch from Pctrograd, tho
correspondent of tho Central News
"The battle of' Lodz has ended in
success for the Russian troops, ac
cording to tho Dourso Gazette, which
adds that great numbers of German
prisoners, cannon and machine guns
aro being brought Into Lodz."
Russian Official Statement. ,
Petrograd, Dec. 5. Tho following
statement from the general staff of
tho Russian commander In chief was
"On tho left bank of the Vistula on
December 3 thero was some fierce
fighting on tho front of Glowno-Lowlcz
and also on the western roads to
ward Lodz and Plotrkow.
"On tho other fronts thero were no
essential modifications in the lines."
Newspapers hero are beginning to
print numerous fragmentary accounts
derived from wounded soldiers con
cerning recent fighting In Poland.
Tho general Impression from nil sides
la that the fighting between the Vis
tula and Wartho rivers has been In
comparably moro severe than anything
experienced before during this war
on any froat
Tho character of tho fighting nlso
compelled tho Germans to rely on
their mnnhood instead of their ma
chinery, yet thoy still persist in their
massed formations against rifle, max
im, or bayonet. Their losses have
beon appalling. Experienced experts
estimate that tho Germans have lost
two-thirds of their army in Poland.
Assert Russian Check.
London, Dec. 4. Tho German forces
In Poland have turned nnd aro now
taking the offensive against tho Rus
sians on a now front.
Whllo both ofllclal reports indicato
that tho fighting in this war area is
quieting down, thoro aro persistent un
official reports that the great battle,
still undocislre, Is progressing bit
terly. That tho Russian check Is complete
Is admitted by persons who are In
touch with military authorities.
Germans Take 80,000 Prisoners.
Tho Germans assort that In tho re
cent maneuvers they have captured
80,000 unwounded prisoners.
In tho face of these claims by the
Germans tho Russians Insist, In a
statement Issued through Rome, that
their captures greatly exceed this
All agroo that the losses on both
sldcshnTO boon heavy.
It became known hero early this
morning that tho Russian fatluro to
surround and decisively defent tho
GermnnB at Lodz was caused by tho
tardiness of Genoral Rennenknmpff,
tho Russian cavalry leader. He was
two dayn late, roportB say.
Ah a result of not nrrlvlng on time
tho general has been relieved of his
command, a Petrograd dispatch says.
Tardiness Make Coup Fall.
Tho failure of tho RusRinn coup is
denot Ibod by tho Petrograd correspon
dent of tho Ixmdon PoBt as follows:
"Oouoml Ilounonkampff, whoso lato
arrival with his nrmy at tho uppolnted
nliioo nibbed tho strnteglc scheme of
tho Krnud dukn of its complete success
n week ngo, has been superseded In
"Owing to this nrmy coming Into no
nIIIou a couple of days after tho time
not tho ring of Hteel which should havo
hemmed In tho German armies en
tirely could not bo closed, with tho
result that a wook of heavy fighting,
with tho hurrying up of largo re-en-foroomontH
by tho Germans, -followed.
Germans Turn on Czar's Men.
"Tho GormauH, ro-onforcod, nttacked
tho RtiHrilnn loft on Sunday. Tho at
tack wuh continued with great deter
mtnatlou on Monday, tho fighting oc
cupying tho entire day. Tho Russians
woro prepared for this outflanking
movement on tholr left.
"On Sunday thoso now Germnn
forces crossed tho Wartho river atj
Slcradz, whero two bridges carryltifl
tho railway line nnd highway faclll
tnted tho crossing, and ndvnnccd by
rail and road townrd Lask. Tho Rus
sians did not opposo their advance tin
til they had reached n convenient lo-"
callty south of Sleradz, whero the
River Wartho has n sharp bund.
Good Roads Aid Russians.
"From Lask, whlcli Is cut by thr
railway, run also a half-dozen good
highways, threo In tho direction o:
1'iuiwltz, to tho northwest, west ami
southwest. They served tho Ruslnns
admlrnbly, giving them the advantage
of interior lines, while the Germans
had only the railway embankment
"Tho vanguard of the Russian forces
met nnd stopped tho ndvanco on Mon
day, lighting stubbornly tho whole day,
while other troops were brought tip
by road nnd rail to cope with the new
direction of tho Germnn uttack
"When the lighting wna over for the
day tho Germans remained in occu
pation of Szczercow. On Monday the
Russians cleared them out and then
discovered that among the forces
holding this neighborhood wan a bri
gade of Prussian guards with live bat
teries. Szczercow Is now occupied by
tho Russians. The German attack In
enormous Btrength upon tho Russian
lett has thus failed.
"Tho Russian center Is still occupied
in hammering the surrounded corps
Into surrender by heavy cannonading,
which has already continued for u
couple of dayB."
Petrograd, Dec. t. General von Illn
denburg Is still striving his utmost to
retriove the situation in Russian Po
land by grently strengthening Mb
forces across the southern end of the
German position. It Is believed he
has brought six corps, aggregating
'.200,000 men, Into the G0-mllo gap from
Sleradz downwards to Czenstochowa,
each corps extending about eight
These corps must contnlrt a large ad
mixture of Austrlans, as the narrow
gauge German railway line to Knllsh
can throw only about eight thousand
men dally upon the frontier. It has
been working at full capuclt for a
fortnight, but the great bulk of Ger
man troops from the west wns brought
on tho broad gauge railway line to
Pleschen. Thence they marched 20
miles to the frontier, wUh six days of
heavy marching ncrosB u trackless
country before reaching the Wnrtue
river. These are the only two sources
comparatively open for the movement
of substantial re-enforcements.
AGAIN FAIL TO CROSS YSER
German Attempt Reported Repulsed
by the Allies After Most
London, Dec. 4. Another desperate
attempt of tho Germans to break
through tho allies' lines from Dlxmude
to Ypres has failed.
With the weather moderated, the
Germans, heavily re enforced, yoster
danttemptcd to cross the flooded wa
ters of the Yser on rafts.
They selected a tlmo Just beforo
dawn to make tho venture. The rafts
were pushed through tho shallow wa
ter In dead stlcnco and utter dark
ness. Each raft carried from fifty to J
sixty men nnd mitrailleuses. A fur
ther fleet of rafts drawn by motor
boats was waiting on tho German side
of the muddy wnters, but before dawn
they were discovered and at daybreak
tho artillery of the allies mot tho ad
vancing Germans with devastating
Germans Give Up Attempt.
Despite their losses tho Germans
bravely essayed tho crossing, partially
covered by a cannonade of their field
artillery, and until midday persisted In
Several of the rafts were upset In
midstream by the Ftench guns nnd
great numbers or Germans wcro
drowned as well as shot. Tho attempt
to crosB eventually was given up, but
the artillery kept up a determined
bombardment of the allied positions
and met with a vigorous reply.
Tho Germans havo withdrawn their
heavy artillery on account of tho mud
dy country and brought up n new
weapon, which Is exceedingly well
adapted to the changed nature of tho
Numbers of light guns with a rango
of seven kilometers hnvo been mount
ed on motor lorries, which havo been
fitted with largo springs, which aro ar
ranged In a manner to keep tho gun
steady while it is being II red and to
break tho recoil.
Tho guns may bo moved speedily on
roadB which would be Impassablo to
German Statement Brief.
Merlin, via wlrelesB to London, Dec.
3. Today's ofllclal statement was
limited to the following brief an
"In neither theater of tho war has
anything of Importance happened."
German Air Losses Heavy.
Paris, Dec. 4. Computing tho Ger
man aerial losses as near ns possible,
It is figured that the Germans have
lost seven Zeppelins and 62 aero
planes, with G8 officers, and at pres
ent the Germans do not possess more
than 2G airships and 287 aeroplane;
France Calls 300,000 Boys.
Ilordeaux. via Paris. Dec. 4. Tho
300.000 youthB of eighteen years In
Franco who normally would . begjn i bridges wero washed away and houses
service in tho army in October of I 'In low socttons wore flooded. E. E.
1910, nro by government decree to Daslbt, an employe of a gas company,
bo called to present themselves for j was killed by lightning, which dam
examination beginning December 20. aned a nutnbor of buildings. Informa
These youths probably will be sent to tlon hero Is that tho downpour was
tho llghtlnc Hues next Julv. general.
TIME TO DIG YOURSELVES IN
DAY OF BANK PANICS GONE
HAVE BEEN ORDERED TO THE
Panics Relegated by New Reserve
Banking Sytem Nebraskan It
Elected President of Asso-
elation of Fairs.
(Vestcrn Nunip.ipvr Union Nuwo Service.
Purls. Ownurs of lino automobiles,
costing In Huino cases thousands of
dollars, felt a wave of patriotism when
the cara were leiiuibltiuncd by the gov
ernment at one-lourth their value or
less. Now thoy havo learned that the
finest cars were not usually sent to
the lighting line, but were used by of
ficers "embUBuue," a word given a re
vlbed or broadened definition by ex
Premier Clemonccau. An embusnuer,
he says, Is "an individual that public
danger culls to arms and who does not
experience sulllclent combutlvlty to
get within range of tho enemy's
Minister of War Mlllerand, however,
has Issued an order requiring every
olllcer not originally incorporated in
un auxiliary service to rejoin his corps
at once, and the campaign of ease bus
come to an end.
Nebraska Man la President.
Chicago, 111. Secretary W. E. Mel
lor of the Nebraska state board of ag
riculture was elected president of the
American Association of State Fairs
at its annual meeting horc. He
served during tho past year as vice
president and will now succeed Presi
dent J. G. Simpson of Minneapolis.
Tho latter is secretary of the Minne
sota state fair. Tho other members
of tho Nebraska stato board who at
tended tho meeting wero J. A. Ollls,
Peter Youngers, J. F. McArdle, Wil
liam Foster and Hiram Meyers.
DAY OF BANK PANIC8 GONE.
Relegated to Museum of Antiquities
by New Federal Law.
Now York. Panic, due to distrust
of banks, has been relegated to tho
museum of antiquities by tho now re
serve banking system, In tho opinion
of C. S. Hamlin, governor of tho fed
eral reserve board, voiced in a spoech
beforo tho Now York chamber of com
morco. "The federal reserve system will
relegate to Its proper place tho
museum of antlqultlos the panic gen
erated by distrust in our banking
system lending to a struggle of self
preservation between bank and bank
and Individual and Individual, and
ultimate hoarding by the people," Mr.
Hamlin asserted. "Such hoarding
usually follows hoarding by tbo
banks and does not precede It If
hoarding by banks should cease,
hoarding by Individuals would never
occur, and both, I believe, will bo
relegated to obscurity under tho fed
eral reserve system."
,To Put Chicago In Eastern Time.
Chicago. Tho Chicago association
of commorco has called a meeting of
various Interests to consider tho ad
ivlsablllty of changing Chicago timo
ifronu central to eastern an hour ear
lier than tho present tlmo.
Nebraskans to Get Iron Cross.
Fremont, Neb. Rev. and Mrs. F.
DIcger and daughter of Yutan will
havo tho kaiser's Iron cross bandj In
exchange for their Jewelry, which they
sent to Now York, from whenco tho
proceeds of tho gold will be sent to
Germany for tho rellof fund. Tho fam
ily sont all Its jewolry and Is certain
that tho emperor's Iron symbols will
be received in return. Rev. Uleger Is
ipastor of tho Salem Lutheran church,
.which was destroyed by tho tornado of
Bad Storms In Texas.
Houston, Tox.-H)ne person was
killed and several Injured and dozons
driven from their homes by a terrific
wind and rain storm here. Six Inches
pt rain foil. Street car, and train sor-
Mco was demoralized. A number of
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GUTIERREZ HAS ARRIVED IN CITY
South Americans Want Neutrality Sit
uation More Clearly Defined
Business Condit on Are
Wi'Btcrii Newspaper t'nlon Nows Service.
El Paso, Tex. Advices to tho Villa
agency hero Bay that Prorlslonal Pres
ident Gutierrez and General Villa
havo entered the capltol section of
Mexico City. Their reception was de
clared as having been "encouraging."
The Carranzu consulate at El Paso re
ceived a report from Nuco, saying that
the Cnrrunza leader, Gen, Ramon
Iturbo, has captured Guuymas, u port
on the west coast. It also was report
ed that Hcrmoslllo, capital of Sonora,
was being nttacked. Other reports of
the Guuymas attack camo in a mili
tary bulletin from Vera Cruz. It wns
stated that Iturbo begun his attack
with a brigade of Infantry and a sec
tion of field pieces, nlso driving tho
Villa garlson from tho outposts.
Business Conditions Improving.
New York. Tho results of tho com
prehensive study of the effects of the
Europcnn war on business throughout
the United States, gained from GOO
correspondents, including governors,
mayors, officials of unions, Industrial
nsoclations, banks nnd building asso
ciations, will be mado at the fifteenth
nnnual meeting of tho nationnt civic
federation, in session here. The re
port says that conditions arc Improv
ing, and predicts that a further ad
vance towards prosperity will bo wit
nessed during tho next few months.
CALL FOR CONFERENCE.
Pan-American Union Wants Neutral
Ity Rights Defined.
Washington. Grnvo controversies
between nations of South America and
tho belligerent countries of Europe
has led to tho calling of a conference
of the governing board of tho pan
American union. Beforo this board,
which consists of tho diplomatic rep
resentatives of twenty American re
publics, will come tho various sug
gestlons which havo beon mado by
Aagontlna, Chill, Peru, Uruguay and
Ecuador for a stronger assertion of
the right of neutrals and tho exclusion
of belligerent warships from the
waters of the Americas.
Exports Show Big Increase.
Washington Secretary Redfleld told
tho house appropriations commltteo
that the commorclal expansion of the
United States was evldonced by the
fact that the total exports for Novem
ber show.ed an Increase of 163,000,000
over November last year, and undoubt
edly would havo shown $140,000,000 In
crease If cotton and copper had been
exported. Part of tho Increase In ex
ports ho attributed to the war.
Governor Names Judge Button.
Lincoln, Neb. Governor Morehead
has appointed County Attorney F. W.
Rutton of Dodgo county to Buccced
Supremo Judge-elect Conrad Hollen
beck on tho bonch of tho Sixth Judi
Will Walt for War to Cease.
Now York. Postponement of nil
ratifications until tho war Is ended In
Europe, excopt the participation of tho
churches, schools and colleges In tho
program of the peace celebration al
ready arranged, has been decided upon
by tho American peace centenary com
mltteo. Tho committee stated that it
hod beon notified that tho commltteo
of 100 of tho city of Washington had
postponed Its functions until a moro
convenient season, possibly until 1917.
Anxiety Manifest In Italy.
Rome. Deliberations of tho Italian
parliament aro awaltod with anxiety,
as this 13 considered tho gravest mo
ment for Italy slnco Us unification.
Four hundred and fifty deputies and
300 senators are In Rome to attend tho
session. Premier Salandrla in pre
senting the now cabinet will make a
statcmont concerning tho ministerial
policy. An especially interesting pass
ago will deal with the attitude of Italy
with referenco to the present European
BRIEF NEW8 OF NEBRASKA
A farmers' Institute will bo hold at
Wood Rlvor, December 10, It and 12.
Tho movement for a farm demon
strator for Uox llutto county Ifl grow
ing. A quarter section of farm land In
Cuming county was sold for $200 per
l'lro of unknown origin destroyed
tho general merchandise atock ol
Ahorn &. Cnsl at Friend.
Senator Nnrrls has appointed Clur
enco Mnloney of Pender as a cadet nt
Tho commercial club nt Crab Or
chard Is (HrcurhIiik tho need of a hotel
nt that place.
Hunters shot nnd killed a vnltfitblc
cow on tho farm of W. J. Glnsson In
Tho national conference of womon'j
nelf-governmont clubs will bo held al
Lincoln next year.
Carl Woir, 18 yearn old, living neat
lleatrlco, raised olghty-throo bushels
of corn on one acre of land.
Tho annual meeting of tho, slate
league of bnnubnll clnbH will be held
nt Grand Island. December 11.
Tho ladles' auxiliary will tako an
active part In tho farmers' Institute
nt West Point, December 11 nnd 12.
A gasoline explosion started a fire
that burned the barn and an auto be
longing to Irving O'Connor at Fre
mont. Twin colored children wcro born nt
Harlan. November 8, the first birth
thero of that race for twonty-soven
Grain dealers operating out of Fro
mont nro having dlfllculty In sochrlng
the necessary cars for shipment of
A car cf hogs was shipped from
Eustls recently that contained fifty
threo head at an average weight of
Tho commercial club nt Superior
will glvo a banquet next month to
celebrate the opening of tho new Uur
Wilbur Hownrt of Johnson county
suffered a fractured leg when thrown
from a wagon when his horses be
William H. Talcott, for many years
a resident of JoIiuhou, died while at
tending a Thanksgiving fnmlly reunion
at Kansas City.
A weak foundation caused tho big
new standplpo at Herman to topplo
over au It was being Ulled with water
for tho first time.
Guy Rust and Georgo Mlllor were
seriously injured In a motorcyclo col
lision on thu fair grounds raco track
at Nelson, Thursday.
Anton Druek, a young farmer living
near West Point, wub Instantly killed
In a runaway. Ills head was found
severed from his body.
Uurglurs entered tho hardware store
of Jack & Son at Tekumah nnd car
ried off several huudrcd dollars worth
of cutlery and plated ware.
Fivo horses and a quantity of hay
and grain wcro dostroyed when the
barn on the George Pearson farm,
near Tecumsoh, was burned.
Tho seventieth wedding anniversary
of Mr. and Mrs. William McKenney,
celebrated nt Edgar lust week, is said
to be the first over held In tho stato.
W. It. Smith, near Verdon, owns
what Is probably the oldest horse In
tho state. It is 3G years old und Mr.
Smith bought It over thirty yours ago.
It has been on tbo pension Hat' for
nonrly fifteen years.
i Rov. "Kid" Wodgo, who recently re-
I signed tho pastorate of tho ChristIan
church at Elm Creel: to re-enter tho
ranks of pugilism, was on for a bout
at North Platto recently, but tho au
thorities stoppod tho match.
Tho report of tbo financial success
of the first fair of tho Central Ne
braska Agricultural association, held
at Grand Island, wns bo gratifying
that it has been determined to buy
the leased grounds and make tho fair
a permanent annual event,
Horman Reynolds, 40 years old, was
found dead In bed nt u!b homo at Uni
versity Place, having succumbed to
Soggy wood, which later was found
to bo pine bark, was struck at the
depth of fifty feet whllo boring a well
on tho Lon Peacock farm near, Tecum
ich. "Stay on tho farm" Is tho advice of
ilccrotary Luko of tho Lincoln Y. M.
O. A. to country boys who aro plan
ning to como to tho city. Thero aro
moro applicants for positions in tho
city than there are positions to bo
Elovators nt Wolthtll aro being op
erated all day, nights and Sundays In
order to care for tho rush of corn
shipments which have Just begun at
Tho postoHlco at Lincoln recently
received a shipment of a carload of
envelopes, 11,000,000 in number that
city being tho distributing point for
olflces over tho state.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zarmsdorff, f or
forty-throe yenrs residents of Cuming
county, celebrated their flftloth wed
ding anniversary last week. They
havo thirty-tin eo grandchildren and
Flfty-ono womon will hold offlc In
Nobrnska for the next two yenrs
forty-olght of them county superin
tendents, ono coroner, nnd two county
Surrounded by n large number of
children nnd grandchildren, Mr. and
Mr8. T. H. Coffman eelobrated tholr
58th mnrrlogo anniversary last week
nt their homo at Rcavor City.
A full thousand horses, sulllclent to
' equip an entire cavnlry regiment,
;wero shipped from tho South Omaha
yards In ono day for nn eastern port,
j whence they will bo shipped for Ber-
I Jvlco In tho French army.
A railroad from Nomo to Cnpo Horn
Is being considered, nnd sometimes
wo may bo ablo to tako a through
sleeper from ono end of the American
continent to tho other. In that caso
wo would sample nil kinds of cllmata
from nrctlc to tropical and wo would,
encounter endless vnrlety of surfaca
and scenery. Populnr Mechanics Bays,
that several routes for such a rail
road aro being considered, but which
over ono tuny bu choson tho lines nli
ready built und covering over half tha
distance would bo utilized. The fnct
that thoso exist makes tho project
scctn less like a dreiini, but If wo
smile over It wo might remember that
men of affairs laughed at Cecil Rhodes
when ho nuggostcd a rallioad from thu
Capo of Good Hopo to Cairo tho en
tiro length of Africa but that road
Is now being built 1 moro thnn half
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