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PRINCE OF LIPPE KILLS SELF
Grief Stricken When He Attack!
Own Men Through Error.
AMERICAN WOMAN GETS NEWS
.... . . - . . ,
Vmiy Ra'aiolph rharcklll Briar In
formation o F.alaa4 front Wile
I Frederick ( William
" Feared Kaltrr! Wrath.
LONDON. Sopt. 1 (I SO a. m. Dlayed
In transmission. rrld Frdrtck Wil
liam o( Llpp took hU own Ufa, following
mltk of hta rejlm.nt, accordlna; to
I-ad'y' Sandulph Churchill, formerly Mia
Jenitla Jerome of New Turk, who ha Jut
arrived 'her from Gemiarty, oomlnf by
way of Holland.
"Th true atorr rf tfc teat f Frtaa
Frederick William of Llppe." tha said,
"I that ha oommllted suicide. Ha waa
commanding German cavalry regiment
befora Liege on August 4. when hla mrn
la tha darkness of evening- nearly ' an
nihilated a German Infantry regiment
which it had mlatakan for Belgian.
Tha prlnc shot himself Narlng to face
ahe anger of Emperor Win lam. lila
widow, with whom I am acquainted, waa
Informed of lila death on Auguat 14."
: POPE BY COLLEGE
(Continued rom Pag Oae.)
decorating the railing, Tha pontiff pro
nounced tha apoatolio benediction to the
kneeling crowd below, and Immediately
afterward withdrew and entered hla apart
ment. ' ,;'.(,.;
It la asserted, oo good authority in
Rome today , that the' new pope will ap
point Cardinal Domenloo Ferrata hit sec
Atnertraa Tardlaala Late, ,
According to a dispatch from Roma,
dated at i.50 yMterday after nvon, and
received In New York early today, tha
White Urr liner Caooplo, bearlag Car
dinala .Oibbona and. Q'Conaelt to Roma,
waa not due at Naples until tomorrow.
Therefor It If probable that nslther of
theaa two American oardlnaia participated
In the eleotlon of, the jiew pope.
Career f tx , Papa, i
Cardinal Olacono Delia Chleaa, who waa
today elected pope by the aaored college
in succession to Plu 3f., who died Auguat
waa ,cre ated a cardinal May 15, il.
lie la archbUhop of Vologna, Italy.
He. waa born at Pegll 1a the diocese of
Genes, November II, UM, and Waa or
dained a priest December H. U7. Ha
served a aecretary of tha Nunciature In
Spain from JSSJ to 1W7. In which year
ha waa appointed aecretary to tha lata
Cardinal RampoU,, . ...
II waa appointed aubaUtuta aecretary
of alate In 1801 and In 1907 h waa elected
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to the poet of advlaor to the holy office.
In ltW he waa appointed papal' nuncio
of Madrid In succession to Monalgnor
Kladatialdlnl, but thl appointment waa
cancelled thro daya later. Thla Incident
had occurred Just before he waa -made
archbishop of Iiologna,
IWhen Monalgnor Delia Chleaa waa
glvest-thl past It waa-deolared In -Rome
that It waa mainly with the object of
combatting modern rellgloue Ideal, Bo
logna being the headquarter of the Na
tional Democratic league, whoa member
advocated what la known aa modernism
In religion. , ,
In January.' 1914, while atlll at Bologna,
th present pop Issued a pastoral letter
atrongly condemning tha 'tango. '
11 hk . IT4 year elnc the time of
tli laat pop Benedict'. " '' V
On hla election to the papacy In. 1740
Cardinal Proipero Lamoertlnl assumed
that title. It la an Interesting f Act that
the new pop waa archbishop of Bologna,
whll Pop Benedict XIV waa kern in
Bologna, . i; j ,
Tha ohoie fall on ar cardinal of Italian
birth, aa waa expected from tradition, and
alao from tbe disturbed condition In
It waa at tha age of H that the new
pop waa ordained in th priesthood. He
eoon attracted th attention of Cardinal
Rampolla, later secretary of state' for
Pop Leo XIII. Whan, Cardinal Rampolla
waa mad nuncio to Madrid, he1 took
Monalgnor Delia Chleaa with him aa aec
retary of th nunciature,. On Cardinal
Rampolla'a return to Rome to become
secretary of state for th Vatican. Mon
algnor Delta. Chleaa entered, th aer
tartat of atate aa one or th "mit. .......
or minor officials, until IMU when he waa
ppomtaa auDstltute of the secretariat
and alao secretary f th eycher.
Aa aecretary to th secretary f state
Cardinal DeUa Chleaa waa brought into
notable prominence throughout the Catho
lic hclrarcby. but hla position waa not at
that Uroa of .cardlnallat rank. On tha ac
cession fit Pop Plua X. Monalgnor Delia
Chleaa eontlmmd In tha eeoreUrtat until
December 14, UC7. when th pope gav
him a noted promotion to th noelUoo of
archbishop of th , Important Sea of
For seven yeare he administered tha See
of Bologna with notable aucce, until in
May last. Pppa Pue X named him among
thirteen membere of tha hierarchy to re
oeiv th rd hat Arobbutiop Begin of
Quebeo waa among the other oardlnaia
l med at that time, the other being pr.
tales of Spain, Fraaoa. Austria, Germany
Th full title of the new pop, la addi
tion to Benedict XV, will b pope,
Rlshop of Rom and feucoeaeor to St.
Peter, Supreme Pontiff of tha Universal
Church, Patriarch of tha West. Primate
of taty, Archbishop and Metropolitan of
tha Roman Province, "overetgn of th
Temporal Dominion of tha iiniv
Tr Pilot CrtUsrlasM.
Fred Tenney, the former big leaaua
rnr ,lr,t arker. la atlll play-
ng ball. . He is running the Pllarlm teem
of Romon. It Is composed of onlleg stare
and Is considered a powerful acreatlon.
Mrl auahlla of Harvard la oo of th.
IN BLAZING WOODS
Tmg-io restore of Sunday. Battle
on the Road from St Quentin
to La Fere.
SCOTS SHOW THEIR METTLE
Highland Regiments Lose Heavily
la AMIss, Rat Math Their Mark
Aaralnst th Flereely Cher- ,
(Copyright, mi. Press Publishing Co.)
By II HOLD AallTOM.
Special correspondent Kew Tork 'WorM
. And London Dally News.
BOVLOONB. dept. I -(Delayed. )
(npeclal Cablegram to the New Tork
world and umana Bee.) fit. Quentin Is
racing with battle. ltravy fighting,
which began there Saturday, continued
yasterday and waa recommenced at dawn
thla morning. Irt a sens wood between
Bt. Qunntln and La Fere a number of
people had taken refuge, peaceful peas
antry for the most part. Th wood was
raided by a band of German cavalry, and
though th whit flag waa hoisted on the
outskirts It was not taken the slightest
notice of. Tha undergrowth was aa dry
aa tinder when th order Was given to fire
It. Thla waa done, and In a few moments
the wood waa one huge raging fiery
flame, roaring wildly. A priest of the
Red Cross, who tiss struggled through
from thla deaperate neighborhood, told me
thla tale In the gray hours at day this
"What happened to th peopl there,"
"What happened the good Ood alone
knows," aald he, aa tha sorrows of It
drovs tears In torrents down his honest
I was out very early today on the road
to Abbeville and before 1 waa turned back
I heard the clamor of fighting around
Rt Quentin. High overhead in the sweep.
Ing mist I heard the waspish hum of an
aeroplane. It waa flying southward.
Telegrams published this afternoon In
Boulogne report, aa I hava already men
tioned, of th fierce fighting around Bt
Th Highland regiment and particularly
the Argyl Soiitherlanda, who came freeh
Into fight the other day, are reported to
have dona wonderful things with that
dauntless courage which haa ever marked
their fighting and whloh will add freeh
laurels to th' monument of their splen
did bravtry In face of appalling odds.
Their loss has been heavy, but they
hava been able to. give even more than
VALLEY OF MEUSE
(Continued from Page One.)
la engaging the allies, knows ' precisely
where their first line la drawn, and the
purpose of th censorship la only to sup
press faots whloh might enlighten tbe
Th brief offlolal bulletin of last night
la the first word tha British people hava
received from their government concern
ing tha present battle, Th last previous
bulletin waa rield ,Marahnl Kitchener's
statement. Issued Sunday night, throwing
a welcome light "on ' the previous four
daya" battle, which - ended Haturday. and
which reflected th greatest credit on the
generalship and discipline ofgth British
trance Air f Confidence,.
In spit of the tact that tha French
capital haa been removed to Bordeaux
and that th German army of th west
is within thirty miles of tha outer forti
fications of Parte, a strange air of con
fldenc prevails today among the allies.
Tha genersl feeling seems to be the Oar
man attack Is wearing itself out In ham.
mating away at the allies lines, whloh
gtve, but do not break.
President Potncar haa . Issued a
proclamation to hla people, telling them
that military necessity alone haa led
him to remove ha tovpnnt n.
Military expert agree that Parle will
soon.be th pivot of the hoatii .
operating In tha area of tha west. Sven
th downfall of th French capita! la not
expected to end these operation.
lha reeling of oonfiaenc la greatly a
creased by tha news of tha .i vi-n,v
of the Russians In Oallcla. Reporta from
Petrograd (St. Petersburg, t.n r th.
ntrr of Russians Into Lemberg, tha cap-
uai or uancia. These appear credible, a
new of. the 'defeat of tha AuatriAna ft.
that district ha been received from Sev
ern source. ,
Lltae Two Haadred Mllee Loa.
Th battle of "Lember n. . ....
greatest ever fought. Evidently it re
sulted In a decisive and perhapa orer.
whelming defeat of the Auatrlana. Tha
battlo line extended over 0O miles, and
It la estimated that l.tOO.000 men war en
gaged. According to an official ai.rtK
celved by Emperor Nicholss from Grand
iuae jsicnoiaa, oomiuander-la-chlaf of
th Rusalan force, th victory wa won
arter seven day of fighting. The climax
cam when the Auatnan war routed la
a final desperate assault on tha Russian
center, which waa held by Oeneral
Tha Austrian army In Oallcla ws act
ing In do co-operation with two Ger
man army corps facing Braslau and seek
ing to envelop th Russian force In Po
land. Their plan, however, met with a series
of disaster, ending In a complete rout
when an attempt waa made to pierce the
Gr Captar La, Fere. ,
In tha west th Una now held by th
left flank of tha allied armies la tha val
ley of tha Olae runs diagonally from a
point northeast of Paru i r..i,...
and thenc through Noyon (fourteen mile
nonneaei oy north of Complegne) to
La Fere, one of the weaker of the
Preach fottreasea. avidni i (w-
hand of th Germans. Farther east and
norm in , anted armies apparently hold
their own In the neighborhood of Laon
and Rethel (twenty-four rullee northeast
of Rhelms). Tha right of tha aUlee rest
a th fortified Pinc-armaa frontier.
Tb namea of tha British wha fell in
tha four days' 'battle last wk will not
be announced until Uiey hava been com
municated to relatives. Th heavy loaa
of officer In proportioa to the men Is
th story of South Africa aver again. It
Indicates that the officers refused to take
cover, aa they laaUt that the men ahatl.
The west coaat of Belgium and the wt
coast of northern France are free from
Germans. Many Americana are crossing
FRENCH ADVANCE INTO BELGIUM-A troop of Trench cavalry riding into Gem
bloux on the way to the front during the. third week of the war.
srTa5 lrrv; -VbtJ - il.- x.. & ..
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the channel to tha continent, determined
to see something of the war at any risk.
Llaht froaa Freaeh Resort. ' .
LONDON, Sept. S.-The British people
continue to accept with stolcsm th lack
of new concerning tha operation of the
British army on th continent. The
government has repeatedly assured the
public that all new consistent with the
nation's Interest would be given out and
the people are accepting that assurance.
The French official reports throw fur
ther light en tha operation thnn thosa
of the British. The Frenoh reports aay
the acMon on the light of the northern
wing haa resulted In .checking the Ger
man for a time. The Inference plainly
Is that tha German are employing aU
their force In aa enveloping movement
agalnat the allle left wing. That part
of th allied army la retiring to the south
and ' west Indicate that the German
have not yet outflanked them. Ap
parently the German have abandoned
the weat of Belgium to pour all their
force toward the road for Paris,
Report that they are preparing to at
taok Antwerp ar not believed here, be
cause there seem to he no dominating
strategic reason for such a move. Mili
tary expert agree that the Oermans are
unlikely to waste more than a rcreenlns
body to prevent a serious Belgian sortie
agalnat their Una of communication. The
occupation of Brussels probably waa a
demonstration for Ita' moral relief, but
an assault on Antwerp, It la considered,
would be a aide laaua with ao little effect
on tha main plan of campaign U would
be useless expenditure of men and energy.
There may be a strong method In the
gradual retreat and compelling the Ger
man to mak repeated, costly attack
while the ail lea keep a compact front be
fore their last Una of defenses.
Three . million Frenchmen are under
arms to defend Pari. They still have
confidence In the ultimata reault of the
war. The Hat of killed, wounded and
missing British offloera from th crack
regiment - which were engaged In th
four daya battle of last week brings
mourning to many noble and aristocratic
homea. Thla however la tha price ot
war, which th country appear willing
Th Prlnc of Wales' fund for tha relief
of ufferlng la now over HO.OOJ.OCO. Re
cruiting la Great Britain haa received
Impetus from th event of th past fort
night BANK OF-FRANCE
WL BE MOVED
(Continued from Page One.)
Many families left for tha weat today,
taking with them household neceaeltl.
These refugee Nfrom th capital hav
been forced to mak a vary long detour
because the railroad ar encumbered with
Th railroad line out f Palis to tha
north hav virtually ceased running
tralna, owing to fear of possible ralda by
Herrlck Decldea t Stay.
12.0S a. m. The dlplomatlo corps, ex
cepting tb embassy of the United btatea. 1
accompanied the government to Bor
deaux. Th American ambassador. Myron T.
Herrlck, haa decided to remain In Pari, ;
and thla course haa been warmly com- ;
mended by the ministry of foreign af- :
fairs, because the representative of the
most .powerful neutral government will
be able, should Ui - occasion arise, to
aerve th rreach a well a hla owa
Mr. Herrlck' reasons for remaining, la
substance, are that h oaa better look
after tha several thousand Americans
who stay In Par la. They ar principally
permaaent resident In buslneaa or per
sons of moderate means, Unable to leave
conveniently. H alao feels that be caa
batter protect American bualnea Inter-
eala, among thetn several A ma rice a bank
and baaklng agenclea, with deposits of
Americana. The would hav transferred
their cast) ctaewher had not the am
Another reason that determined Ma
Herrlck to atay waa the possibility that
be might aa the representative of the
Vnlted Btatea, serve human Interest re
gardieea of any belligerent sad expresses
th view and feeling af th Asnerloaa
government and people.
Mr. Herrlck asked Waaiungton an Fri
day., laat If h waa Instructed to atay,
giving at tha same time hla oplnioa that
h ought to stay. Secretary of State
Bryan replied that Mr. Herrlck might re
The American minister has sent 3. W.
Garrett, minister to Argentina; Louis A.
Sueedurf of New York, third secretary of
the embassy, and Captain Parker, mili
tary attache, to be with the FrejLh gov
ernment at Bordeaux, with the approval
of Mr. Bryan. 1
The American embassy Is now charged
with British, Russian, Japanese, Servian,
German and Austrian affairs in Paris and
It Is probable that the embassy will have
Ita telegrams and malls delivered In any
event, owing to the diplomatic exemptiona.
Mrs. Herrlck, who has been ill, but Is
now recovering, will also remain In Paris.
(Continued from Page One.)
dera were to move ewtftly out on th road
tt VaH- . nMf . ... . .
to Paris. Onl ya few men were left -to
guard thg city. Tow only casualties In
connection wltH th German .occupation
were those of A chauffeur, who. waa hot
at the gates because ha did riot atop
quic kly enough at the order of the sentry,
and that of a local sausage maker, who
got Into a war of word with soma troop
era over tha price of hi ware.
"When th German entered Amiens tho
French retired to Plcqulgny. eight miles
northwest of Amlei, blowing up both
bridge over the 8omme."
FIVE BUILDINGS ARE
BURNED AT GARNER
OARNER, la., Sept. 1 (Special Tele
gram.) Fire that brok out In Peck
Implement company' barn In th rear of
their building oh Main street about 1
o'clock thla morning, destroyed five build
ing In th business section, entailing a
loss of $30,000. Th building destroyed by
fire were the Peck barn. Peck'c two
mercantile buildings, Hugh Implement
tock, part of which was saved; Katter
building, occupied by Armentrous grocery
and china (tore, and apartments above.
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Families living up stairs barely escaped
with their lives, losing all furniture and
clothing. Half of the Armentrous stock
was saved. The Bush building, occupied
by the Ballard millinery store and Wood
men's lodge, was damaged.
Stratford Man Buys
Big Cheyenne Farm
GIDMteY, Neb.. Sopt. . (Special Tele
gram.) Oscar Lund of Stratford, la., to
day bought the Saint George farm, four
mile east of here, consisting of 1,240
acres, for $1,000. The deal was made
throUHh the Swenaon Land oompany. The.
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pwvementa and will stock It with the best
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Fresh Fighting On
Near Malines City
LONDON, Sept. I.e-.V.V P- m.V A dls
falch to the Centra! News fnm Ams
terdam says that fresh fighting is taking
place near Malines, Belgium.
LONIK3N. Sept. I The Amsterdam
correspondent of Iteuter'a Telograph com
pany telegraphs that last week 1,M Aus
trian soldiers, belonging to the heavy
eloge artillery corr of Trieste, passed
through Cologne, on their way to th
wetn theater of war.
The corresindnt's authority for thl
statement Is a Hollander, who haa Just
returned to Amsterdam from Cologne.
The Journey of these Austrinn troops
lasted four days and the soldiers brought
their own siege material with them.
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