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The Omaha Daily Bee
EXCLl'StVK X. V. WORLD
War News Cables
In Addition to
OMAHA, l-'Iil DAY MOKXIXU, SKITKM DKIi 11. l!H TWKI.VK PACKS.
0 Trains end at
letel Hews 61 audi, So.
sixm.r, copy two cnxT.s.
Czar's Forces Have Invaded Silesia
and Capture of Breslau is Said
to Be Imminent.
FURTHER AUSTRIAN LOSSES
Several Attempts to Resume Offen
sive Against Russians Meets
GALICIAN FIGHTS EXPENSIVE
Vienna Officially Admits Archduke
Frederick Lost 120.000 Men in
GERMANS MOVE TOWARD POLAND
Hope to Assist the Hard Pressed
Austrians Against Russ Attack.
AUSTRIANS MAKE LAST STAND
Honalnn miles Art'. Now llrlvlnH
the (.erinnns Before Them I pnn
the Wfntfrn llnnk of the
LOXPON. Sept. 10. A dispatch
to t lie Reuter Telegram company
from rrtrofirati Hays that the Aus
trians have begun evacuating Cra
cow. Ill I.I.KTl.
LONDON", Sept. 10. A dispatch
to the Kxchange Telegraph rorapauy
from Koine says:
"Dispatches from Vienna state
that the advance guards of the Rus
sian renter are marching toward
"The Russian troops have invaded
Silesia and the capture of Breblau is
LONDON, Sept. 10. A dispatch
from Rome to Renter's Telegram
company says: "
"According to Galician advices
Austrians have made several at
tempts to resume the offensive
ngainst the Russians with disastrous
results. There were further great
LONDON,' Sept. 10 A dispatch
to the Kxchange Telegraph company
from Rome says:
"A message from Vienna states
that it is officially admitted there
that Archduke Frederick lost 120,
000 men In the recent Gallcian bat
tles, or one-fourth of his entire com
nuind. "The Germans are marching south
toward Poland to assist the Austri
ans, but before this aid can be given
they must cross the Vistula river,
where the Russians are preparing to j
Drive t.erinnna Before Them.
LONIJON', Seid. 1').-Telegraphing from
I'eirograd. the Morning Tost's corre
The Russian armies are moving for
ward, driving the Hermans before them
on the western bank of the Vistula river.
(Continued on Tage Two, Colunm Four.)
Forecast till 7 p. m. Friday:
For Omaha, Council muffs and Vicinity
Tartly cloudy and cooler.
Teniprrtturr at Omaha Yesterday.
.1 a. m W
fi a. m HI
7 a. m fit
ia- m Si
! H. ill till
10 a. 111 1
11 a. m 71
I? m 74
1 p. m . .
1 p. m . . .
3 p. m . . .
4 p. m
1 p. m
Comparative Loral Record,
lsll. 1912. 1911.
H sliest yesterday 74
Lowest yesterday M
.4- 1 ,S .3.
Temperature and precipitation departure,
Normal temperature 6J
Kxees for the day 1
Total excesa since March 1 4n
Normal precipitation 14 Inc h
Kxcess for the day as inch
Total rainfall since March 1 U.6e Inches
Deficiency wince March 1 4.. (7 Inches
I'efioienoy for cor. period. 1913. . inohes
Deficient y for cor. period, 11M2. 3. IS Inches
Hrporls froas Station at T 1. M.
Station and State Temp. High- Kain-
of Weather. T p m. est. fall.
'heyenne. clear 7'i 7i .00
lienver. part cloudy 7 M i
lies Moines, cloudy ( 70 l.sg
Dodge City, roludy 7 in
N'orili I'latte. clear 74 s' li
umahs. cloudy 74 fcn
llatid City, clear Tl 7 .
Sheridan, i lear 74 7s .()
Snmx City, clear i h t.M
Valentine, clear 7'1 7i o
T indicates trare of preelpitali.ui.
U A. WKLHH. l. al rorecaster.
Cracow P"'Zu Members Refuse
to xtd in Defense of Their City
lONPON. Sept. lo.-A dispatch to the . Sixty mmIrr rliop in IVliogisd. wlieh
Renter Telcgrsph company from IVtro- f re closed following the declaration of
i grnd snys; I
) - oomriumioii w c a 1 1 9 HI ITHl'M. 11)1' .
: evni'tiatlftn of the ton n has begun. The
Austrian authorities arc Irving to Induce
the members of the local rlflr club to re
main and assist In the defense of the
place. Many, however, have resigned
their memberships because of sympathy
Others urged th.il It whs useless to
suffer the bombardment of Cracow when
there n no (banco f Austrian suo
cess. TURKEY CUTS THE
Rusten Bey Advised by Government
All Restrictions of Sovereignty
of Porte Abrogated.
PRIVILEGE HAS BEEN REPEALED
A niltaasiMlor of (oranrnnilrr of the
Fnlthful Say Th,s War la
Opportunity of Utltimaa
K i V I re.
W'.aHINGT)., Sept. W.-Huteni Hey,
the Turkish iiiiiliiisudor, "an advised
today by his Kiiveiiiiiicnt thai all con-
ventlons between thr powers and Turkey
confei riiiB Hpe.rial privilege or resti ii'tliiB ;
the sovereimity of the porto have 1m mi j
The aniliHSHndnr made thta announe-
"A cablegram to tho Turkish ainba.ssa-
mil iroin me I'lmiiiHU uiliunier 01 luii lu
affairs, t-tates that by Imperial tirade tho
Otouian Kovernmenl ha nbronntnd as
from tho first of October next, tin; con-
vent ions known as the capitulation ro-
strictlng the fo endgnlty of Turkey in
her relations with ceitain powers.
"All orixilegrs and immunities: ai res-
fury to llie.so conventions or iKouins
tlu refrom are eipmlly repealed. Having
thiis freed itself from what was an in-
tolerablu obstarb' to nil progress In the.
empire, the imperial government bad
adopted as the basis of its relations with
the oth. r powers the general principles of
I lit announcing receipt of the cablegram
me. luiRisu auioai-sHuor rum. inn war
I Turkey's opportunity."
Bankers and Bond
c MbiilC-' " K .
1 1 j j Hungarian nationalities. Those remain
bltUatlOn IS OleareCl ' '"K re mostly composed of Plav. Bo-
j heinlan and Italian nationalities, which,
XKW YORK, Sept. 10.-F,irther evidence!'1 av"' ran,,ot ,"' ,ru,ted ainst RuMl.
of a clearing of the financial situation! ''Vla an" MnfnKro.
was afforded today when the committee
of bankers and bond deaJers,
regulate the purchase and sale
announced that in its Judgment the time
had come to resume operations. j
The committee based 11 decision largely j
on the fart that New York City's flnaii-
rial needs have been taken care of satis
factorily, thereby clearing the foreign ex-i
change situation. The committee is also
of the opinion that the plaelng of secur-i
Itieg hy dealers wilh private customers!
j should be approved where the securities
) can be sold without disturbance to the
7ti collateral loan situation.
I ! Kaiser's Intention
to Besiege Paris
XKW YOUK, Sept. la. Straight from
&:long talk with the Herman emperor In
7, i Berlin, H. Von Kikhardt, the new Herman !
minister to Mexico, asserted loibiv iliut
j emperor had no thought of abandon-
' ,nB nls 'lan w"lee runs, mat a tier-
man army would lake the city, and that
all France would be subjugated hy the
German arms, ' not to keep ll alwavs.
but to destroy forever the menace of i
Pathfinder Sunk by i pope seeks sentiment
Torpedo, Not Mine! BEF0RE P??Z?SING pece
J LONDON. 8ept. 10.-Ib dlapateh from
IX5NDON. Sept. 10,-It Is stated that 1 Home the correspondent of the Kxchange
the British cruiser Pathfinder, which was : Telegraph company says that tha pope
destroyed In the North .ea September , I. as requested Ihe ambassadors of tha na
upposrdly by contact with mine, wa 'lions at present at war which rerogniie
In reality -nk by a tordo. Thl In-i the holy see t,o ascertain the santiment of
formation Is released by the official In-' their respectlv e govei nments with regard
formation bureau. J iu a pupal peace appeal.
b u. hnve been converted Into venters for
t he 8 8Slt H lire l.t families of reservWlS.
I'm' in has been d.
rallying point for ih,.
tan fou r in Waln-la
ll:il of thr kingdom of
Such is Belief in Russian Diplomatic
Circles. According to Dispatch
CONDITIONS ARE ALARMING
Trlevravm from Trleate l Roma tle
erlliea I'oinmerelal Avlvllleaa...
HlnKiinte.d Alllea Uparlna;
LO.VIMIV, Sept. 10.-A rilsffit'-h to th
Ihionlrle from I'etioprad say:
"In Hiis.hii and foieiR'i diplomatli! clr-
cle It la lu l loved that Atiutrla will mis
tor peace within a fortnlKht a tho only
im'ana of avoiding a complete breakup
of tho eni)lre, nwlne; to rapidly Blowing
RuMK, Sept. lfl. A telegram from
I Trieste, Austria, nays that c ondltion
. ireie air orrrisiiiK- 1.11 lilies 01 uuhi-i
, nrss on the harbor front are suspended
j and more than HI 000 persons are. without
: employment. The only boats arrivlnfr are 1
1 marked lied I'ross and cai-ry wounded
soldiers. Krports have reached here that
'Austria has tent men, arms and money
Into northern Albania to be used for raid
in S. rvin.
I The newspaper, (iloiiiale d'ltalla. In re-
1 ma rklng that the Anglo-French fleet In
j the Adriatic never displayed energ-etlc j
action, advances tho supposition that!
i Knglanr: and Trance, whose relations with
j Austria are traditionally friendly, are
purposely snaring the llansburc mon -
J nrchy, wti, the Idea of Inducing It to
(rime to terms separately from Oermany.
despite the triple alliance, thus isolating
j The Giornale D'ltalla describes the slt-
nation in Austria as critical, as the Rus
; siuns hae annihilated the army corps
j composed of soldiers of Herman -and
Kiver Into Hungary
NISII, Servla-tV'la London) Siait. 10.
An official communication issued here to-
! day declares that large numbers of Ser
vian troops crossed the river Save, which
marks the boundary between Servia and
1 Hungary from Belgrade to the Bosnian
frontier, between September 5 and Hp-
j temlier and are advancing satisfactorily
' into the enemy's territory. One detaeh
; ment. while attempting to cross the Save,
' encountered strong resistance from a
much superior force and was compelled
; to retire. Part of this detachment was
I captuied. together with a small amount
I of war material.
; I Long Haul Rule in
West is Enforced
WASHINGTON, Hept. 10-The Inter
state Commerce commission today d-
'elined to permit the railroads tietveen
the Missouri river and the Pacific coast
to ignore the long and short haul rule on
j wheat and flour.
WAR TIMES IN GERMANY Onlv a few photographs
have so far gotten past the censor. This one shows a scene
the citizens of Berlin have become fairly familiar with. It
shows a group of German reservists, with their wives and
sweethearts, marching ou from Berlin to the concentrition
' ' " no i iic inn in
it i. n.. ..1,1 ...i.- jf f" j-ri Mi ""-ii,":-' " ..'.'siv '
iv.,i. ii i,. ff.A it J.Anil.XfflXSI In Mr-iilt::!i:)L
British Soldiers Vicli r .ous Over
Germans on African Bat t Id field
LONI'ON. Sept. 10 Hiilih troopst huve
met and defewted a Oeruiiin four of I1",
wliich entered NvasHahinU. Hrlllnh Ten-!
tral Africa, aci'orditiK to th' flnnoume
ment made by the offlrlnl pre3 liiireau.
IjONIHIN, Sept. ID. There 1im been
some sharp flKhtlnu Iwtw een I In1 Hrlllsh
and Uennuna In Africa. Thin is Indicated
by the list of ramialtles Issued toiiinht.
In Cameroon ( Kanir run ,a lie.iman col
ony of western euuatorlnl Africa, three
officer were killed, four were wounded
and four inlxalng.
"Th. Germans lost seven officers killed
and two wounded, two field and two ma
cMiii"7fun"Tri losa amonit the rank and
file ha not been ascertained, but was
"The British loos among th ewhltes was
DETAILS OF FIGHTING
IN FRANCE RELATED
; gjp JoJin French, Leader Of British
Forces, Gives Complete Account
of First Operations.
RETREATS TO SAVE HIS FORCES
Rrltlah Field !Urtanl Aerla HeaiTy
I.naa of Mfe Dae 10 Meln Forced
to Bear Brant of Attack
INDON. Kept. 10 (2:30 p. ro.)-The
text of the report of Field Marxbal Hlr
j John French, In command of tho British
: in Franc covering the rtrltlsh
oiieratlons since they landed In France,
waB made public today
Th report is addressed to Karl Kit
chener, tha aecretary of war, and IU
publication Indicates that the govern
ment i responding to the public demand
for fuller Information on the progress of
operation so far as the British forces
are concerned In France.
The report ia published In the London
Gazette, the official organ. It follows:
"The trantiportatlon of the troops from
Kngland by rail and sea was clfected in
the best order anl without a check Con
centration was practically completed on
tha evening of Friday, August 21, and I
was able to make dispositions to move
me rorce naiuniay io po.mou, . .,.
sldered most favorable from whleh to
commence the operations which (Seneral
Joffre r?uuested me to undertake. The
(Continued on Page Three, Column Two.)
New Indictment for
M1NK.OI.A. N. T., fiept 10 -A super
seding Indictment charging murder in the
first degree was found this afternoon
against Mrs. Florence Carman by the
grand Jury Investigating the murder of
Mrs. Iiulse llailcy, shot down by an
unseen assailant in the office of Dr. I".d
ward Carman at Freeport on June Su
Mrs. Carman had pievlously been In
dicted for manslaughter.
Army and Navy Strength
Just what you want
Coupon on page 2
four killed iind eeveriil wounded. I.ns
nnmnn the mtik and file not iii.ii mined,
"" ."ptrinher S, n I'lllish for e mi
rained nK'Unst 'hr iriiuans, win, how
ever, evaded tlmni ami iitlurkeil the Itrlt-
Ish station at Kaiontra (n thr north.'
wett ; hort of Lake yatn at f'e t"i - j
minus of the Stevenson tondt, woli li wnsi
ilelmded by one ofn r. flftv .'.rrhan
rifles, the police and o'idit civilians. j
"After threo hours' rrsbtanre, a rolumn
arrive,! from the ltrltlsh force and drove !
the enomy off. Latter ihr main lltitlKli 1
(Mice came up and iiflrr a day's fiulithm,
In which the (iermaus foimht wlih great
determination and had to he dialogued by
repeated bayonet chAntc. dron the
enemy toward the Sonrwe river. The
HritlKh were too exhausted to continue the
British Commander-in-Chief Sends
This Report from Battlcfeild
DOZEN MAXIM GUNS CAPTURED
Heeond K.nvllh t'nrp Takes Three
llnudred I'rlsoners and a llnt
terr iermana Kald to He.
lAiNDON, Sept. 10. The official press
bureau has given out the following state
ment; "The battle continued yesterday. The
enemy has been driven back all along
the line. 8lr John French reports that
our first corps has burled -""O tjerinnn
dead and taken twelve Maxim guns
Borne prisoners also were taken.
"Our Sri ond army corps has captured
tV) prisoner and a battery. The Her
mans Buffered heavily. Their men era
stated to tie very exhausted.
"British troop hae crossed the river
Marne in a northerly direction.
liON'lxN, Sept. 10. That the enemy
was driven back all along the linn yes-
tsrday la the news, cheering to British I
readers, that Field Marshal Sir Jnhn
Krenrh, commander-in-chief of the Hrit
I Ish extwdltlonarv force, sent In I'.niiland
j th aflernol)n from 1P ,,,,. ,.
the allies to the eust of Paris. at. Nleolaleff. south of lemberg, In lia-
Thls statement of the Hrlllsl in- ! Mcia, after incessant righting which lasted
:nander Is driven home to KiiKllnbmen (,n muleitook Immediately, after
by the further announcement of the an- . sllowlnj.' the men only two hours of rest,
nexatlon by the Hrltlsh troons of a dozen!" ,na" h f"r """ lllnos.: of attaok-
Cermsn Maxl.n guns and a battery .f
flerman field guns, and Is Is further em
phasised by official confirmation of the
'"'"""' 1 '""" Prison., s
LW..1.1 Vfl i ..uk. .. I I.'. ...... i- .. . , . . ...
,r, ..ia,r-ini ri-ir(in H'lf-gltim SUOWfl
that righting or the f l r. cm ,lia'ai lr Is enuineru!' d.
In progress and his staleqie-it that d, , ' A Russian haitery placed on the Vis
Uerman Ton es lire very ekbaustei con- j tula river ngUKcd with suc -ess ail Am
firma unofficial Information from other ( Irian fteamboat armed with rapid firing
U"art-is that the counter attack of theiS1'"-
allies has bien delivered with filch speed "A C-sack ri-vimeiit brought in Krtm
and Impetuosity that the ln adera have''"'1 v,u'ein olflcers and 44i Ausliion
been given no chance to rerowr from
the effects of (help rush from the north.
steamer oceanic runs
ashore on scotch coast
LONDON. cpt 10- A nolice posted to.
day at the office of the White Star line
declares that the Meaiu. r Oceanic, tlie
Iocs or which was announced by the
press bureau last night, ran ashnie.
This Is the flr.it definite news as to
1 what caused the loss of the Oceanic. Last
night it was said that It had been j
wreesed on the north roast of Scotland,
but no further details were given. The
Oceanic had been tnken over for govern
ment serr. All its officers and craw
The silence of Merlin a n 1 Hor
deiiux r-8tpr1av afternoon etu
plmsi7.es the decisive character nt
the lmtile briiiR fought rnst of
1'nrU alonp a Hue of l"u miles or
There are indications that the
CicrnuitiH are 11 infnrclnn Ihctr
renter, whlili is liearlni; t!ie brunt
of the llriilsli iitul l'rMicli on
slaught, anil lite making a tro-
liiemlnus effiirt to regain tho
ground Inst to the allies pstl
inaii'ii 1 toe latter to he I wont) -five
piiiiv. There nr.- pvliietvps
uKo that llio iiU'Oi nro stvength
cuing 1 ln-ir lefi w it'g.
TJio llusslmi iii'viinrp Is iio
s( riboil ii I'elrograil .is now ocru
pyitig iiltvost a Htralgli! line from
Koen igshuii'.. on Hip Haltlc, In
east I'rus: in. to Cracow. Tin'
Kiissirns nro said to bo driving
Ihr (teriiians before them on the
wpsi Imnli of Vistii!;. It Is ro
P'lftPil tho Austrian have bpgun
According to -or Ian advices,
Servian troops havp crossed tho
river Snvo nnd aro suceshfully In
vailitiK Hungary. Montpnogrin
troops arp in Hosnl.i, hoping to
incito a revolution in that Aus
Preinipr Asqulth lins cglled on
rarlinnipnt to add niiotlior half
million men to the HrltWh army.
Ambassador I'nge nt London
has infornipd rrosldent Wilson
Hint (Irnt Hrllaln Ih dptormlnod
not to make pphco until tJcniiany
Ih decisively defeated.
A message from Vlonnn says It
Ih officlull) admitted tlierp that.
AnhduUo KrodoficU lost 120,000
nipti in the rucent fighting In
The detailed experience of tho
Hrltlah army during the first
week of fighting In France are
told in the report of Sir John
French, t'ommander of the Brit
ish expeditionary force, and made,
public In full today. Sir John
describes his? forces as making tin
orderly withdrawal in the face of
overwhelming, odds. The report
makes, no reference to events
subsequent to AuRtist 28.
A dlcpatch from -Toklo aay
that Japan has been made a party
to the agreement by which none
of the onetnien of Germany and
Austria will make peare without
the previous consent of its allies.
In 1'etrogrHd It is believed Aus
tria will goon sue for peare in or
der to avoid tho dissolution of the
A Copenhagen dispatch says
that a large Herman squadron
has been observed along the Rulf
of liothnia tilcamlng east.
Czar'i Forces, After Ocupying Nico
laieff Continue March After
Two Hours' Rest.
LARGE NUMBER OF PRISONERS
lir.gtmenial Mronabin of Seven
teenlh l.rriiiHn l.aadirrhr Con
taining tl,IMIO apt a red
b Hnsslan Soldier.
PKTUOtiltAU, Sept. Id. The following
leferenceH to the progress of the Russian
campaign In Callcia were made public
today through official rhunnels:
"Tho continued offensive movements of
the Russian trooos make it ImiioMslhlf. to
i,.ui.i,ii.i, ,i. .rii..i.. o,. ..,,. i r
trohies taken fioin the enemy.
"Tl,. iin.,... urn,.. i,,
for,jf((.d ,..,', (hn Austrians
I inK ,he n w l"jH,,,"n ' "Pi-l by
. "Hundreds of pi isoners. as fast as they
I full Into HiiMsian IihoiIs 11 r h nt tn rm-t.
: Jlm1H ..rdc. Ing on the
' '"' ",en ,ak, n '""lRon''r.
also nuuiernus c jnvoys of horses and cal-
j ' Tnr regimental strong box, containing
l-l'A), belonging to the Keenteiiith
laiidwelir was captured.
"Twelve Holes southeast of amosco, (a
town In Kusslan Poland, forly-five miles
southeast of i.ublin). a llussiun iufuntry
regiment took prisoner 70 Austrian sol-
I dlers and tlieir officers
"Important Austrian reserves have been
sent Into the region between Kuska i'"J
miles northwest of l.emberg) and the
Infilled Tonaage I.araer
NF.W YOU K, Sept. 10 -The unfilled ton
nage of the I'nlted Slates Steel corpora
tion on August SI totalled I'.'l.'.Wl ton,
au Incrcsse of ,742 ions ovsr July.
BACK 37 MILES BY
THE ALLIED ARMY
End of Curved Battle Line of the
Invaders of France Forced to
ENGLISH TR00P3 GAIN GROUND
Gain the Advantage in One of the
Hottest Battle of the War
STRETCHERS GO FROM PARIS
Indicates that Allies Suffer Heavy
Losses in Gaining the Ad
vantage. GERMANS REINFORCING LEFT
British Forces Now in Position to
Follow Up Success.
INVADERS GO TOWARD EPERNAY
llnteonie. of Flajhtlnar BelleTed 0
4 use mlety to Ihe .ermn
4 oncernlna Their I.lne l
4'ommaiilca tlons. .
Ill 1.1. F.TIN.
PA HIS, Sept. 10. "During th
four days' battle." saya an official
comniunicBtlon Issued tonlpht. "the
ailing have, pushed back the eOr
man Blxty ktlotueters (gpproxi
niHtely thirty-noven miles! nnd taken
tunny prisoners and luacliino guns."
PARIS, Sept. 10. The loft end of
the curved Gorman battle line, which
on September 7 extended In the seg
ment of a wide circle from Meaux to
Vlt ry Le Francois, about 100 miles
to tho enst of Paris, was hit by the
Kngllsh trip hammer yesterday and
forced to double back for a distanc
of approximately twenty-five miles.
ThiK outcome of the fighting has
aroused great aaUnfaction In Pr.ris.
It is argued here that It proliably has
resulted In an emual degree of anxiety
for tha German general staff con
cerning its line of communications.
In spite of the continued sober
ness of the French official communi
cations on the progress of theee en
gagements. It Is evident that the ac
tions of yeBterday and the day be
fore constituted one of the hottest
battles of the war.
Yesterday evening a large number
of automobiles, loaded with stretch
ers, speeded out of Paris toward the
east. Thla fact might suggest also
that yesterday's action was one of
the most costly advantages so far
gained by the allies.
(ierniana (io Tonard Eprrnay.
The ricrmans seem to have realised
that they have been led Into a danegroua
position for they have brought up rein
forcements for their left. In spite,, how
ever, of their desiderate attacks, the Eng
lish troops not only held the ground ai
ready gained, but forged ahead. While)
the of filial reports fall to indicate tha
dlrirtinn In which the Germans have re
tired, It Is believed here that they hav
withdrawn to the northeast In the direc
tion of Kpernay, a town about aeventy
miles from Paris.
The Hrltlsh troops, having crossed tha
river Marne, are now in a position to
follow up their success. They are menac
ing the Hermans constantly with a turn-
(Continued on Page Two, Column VVwur.) i
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