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HIGHLANDERS ON THE SKIRMISH LINE WORKINd THEIR MACHINE GUNS None of the British troops who.
are participating in the military movements on the continent have proved more effective than those who have been
called in with the Scottish regiments.
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KLUCK AND BUELOW
ARMIES IN RETREAT
Kaiser'i Forces, with Heavy Mor
tars, Are Retiring Toward the
OUT OF FRENCH LORRAINE
Tftton SoMtere, Aceordtaa; to Paris
Dispatches, Reaiortad to Have -Qalt
NEWS OF VICTORY IN MIDST
OF RUSSIAN GRAND OPERA
LONDON, Sept. U-A Fetrograd dls
patch to tha Central Newr describes a
scene of tremendous enthusiasm on the
first night" of the imperial grand opera I halt their retreat before reaching
season when a bulletin dercriblng thai glum. They have already made
destruction of the opposing grrny between I thlrda of tha distance from Pjrovins, In
PARIS, Sept, H.-(l: a. m.)-The re
treat of the armies of Generals von Kluck
and von Buelow continued at last ac
counts with considerable rapidity,
The only official comment last night
was that tha allies were keeping In con-
fact with tha enemy and had crossed the
river Alsne. '
not revealed. but It la evident that they
don't Intend to make a stand on tha Una
from Rhelms to 8oiascns. and it Is hardly
likely; It Is thought hero, that they will
operated for four days In the Brussels, I on this Tuesday morning was broken, t
Louvaln and Mallnes triangle, forcing tne i heard 'the news in two ways. The Uer
Germans to abandon much of that portion
of Belgium. In connection with this move
ment. It Is reported that the Belgians are
cutting German communications. Other
sources declare that the Belgians were
compelled to return because the Germans
were strongly reinforced from Liege. The
retirement la also said to have been ex
pedited by a threat to burn Brussels.
Attempt to Deal with Belgrlams,
Ona of the most Interesting rumors com
ing out of Belgium Is a report in a Paris
newspaper that the German governor of
tha occupied Belgian territory entered
Antwerp under an agreement of safe con
duct In a fruitless attempt to come to an
agreement with the Belgian government.
Italy is atlU preserving neutrality, but
has joined the triple entente ambassadors
In a protest against tha revocation of the
capitulations by Turkey.
Austria evidently fears hostile action on
tha part of Italy, according to newspaper
reports from Roma, for feverish efforts
are being mode to fortify Trieste against
attack and the coast in that vicinity Is
tha livers Bug and Ulster was read In
tha middle of the JerformancB. , '
Tha Russian' proclamation- was , sung
over and over again and the national
the department of Zlna Et Marne, to the
frontier. ' The. heavy rains of Saturday
and Sunday are not likely to facilitate
tha movement of the famous 430-mllll-
anthems also were song, while the am- meter mortars that were to reduce Paris
and which require forty horses to draw
bassadors and ministers of those coun
tries bowed from their boxes. Tumulous I them.
demonstrations took plsca In tha streets, I The armlrs of General Von Hausan
tha crowds almost fighting to get thend the prince of Wucrttemberg, which
constituted the center, seern to be headed
toward Rethel and Meaecres, though part
of this force Is reported as still resisting
at tha south end of the forest of the
Ersriat Preach Lorraiae.
It was reported last night that the
armies of tha crown prince, the prince
of Bavaria and General Von Herrlngen
had been forced across the frontier and
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ralne had been liberated,
This disposition of the German armies,
if confirmed, makes Another concentra
tion in Franca, as suggested by certain
critics. Impossible. It leaves. Generals
Von Kluck and Von Buelow hotly pur
sued by the allies and menaced by an
enveloping - movement on-the left and
without hope of rescue except, perhaps,
from, the 60,000 troops which occupy Bel
Iateat reports from Antwerp, however,
show that these are likely to be needed
there to stand off the offensive movement
taken by King Albert's army.
Taken altogether, the situation bera Is
viewed with equanimity, -. while tha gov
ernment la busying Itself with ways and
moans-for reviving trad and commerea,
OPENING RETREAT OF ':
ALLIES CLEYER TRAP
(Continued from Page One.)
on the Ourcq. Jn one- village, which the
Germans hurriedly vacated, the French,
In a largo house found a dinner table
beaufrfullr et with candles still burning
on the table, where evidently the German
staff had been dining. A woman occu
pant said they r.ed precipitately.
"There was a great deal of hand to
hand fighting and bayonet work on tha
Ourcq, which resulted in the Madgeburg
regiment 'beating a retreat.
"On Monday night General von Kluck
army had een thrown back from the
Marne and from the Morln and to the
region of Sesanna and his position was
serious. Immediate steps were necessary
to save his line of communlcatidns and
retreat. To this end reinforcements were
hurried north to the Meaux district and
to Ourcq and tremendous efforts made
to break up the French realatanca In this
quarter, for. Meaux la to Parla as Reading
Is to London.
"The second attempt on the Ourcq
shares tha fate of the first. - Though all
Monday night 'and well on lnt' Tuesday
the great German guns boomed along
this river, the resistance of the allies
could not be broken. 'Hold' was the com
mand, and every man braced himself to
obey. While tha Ouroq was being held,
tha struggle of Besanns was bearing
splendid fruit Tha German resistance
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man gun were silent and from the
wounded who poured down to the bases.
r French ' Rejoice at News.
"The wounded men were no longer
downhearted, but eager to rejoin the
fray. On every French Hp was the ex!
clamatlon that 'they are In full retreat'
and 'they are rushing back home' and in
the same breath came generoua recogni
tion of the great help given by the Brit
"I am convinced that the full extent
of this rout Is nt yet appreciated in Eng
land. It was of a truly terrific character
and such a blow will not fail to have
lasting effect N
"The number of wounded ' entailed
colossal transportation work I, myself,
counted fifteen trains In eight hours, a
fine grim set of men, terribly 'weary but
very amiable except the officers.
"The enemy crossed the Marne on the
return Journey north under great diffi
culties and beneath a withering fire from
the British troops, ' who pursued them
hotly. The German; artillery . operated
from a height there was again much
hand-to-hand fighting, and the river was
swollen with dead
"On Tuesday night th British were In
possession cf Laferte Sous Jouar'r' and
Chateau Thierry and the Germans had
fallen back forty miles, leaving a long
train of spoils behind them.
Beat Imperial Gaard.
"On the same day in the neighborhood
of Le Francois, the French troops achieved
a splendid victory. . Incidentally they
drove back the famous Imperial guard of
Germany from. Bexsjine towards , tha
swamps of Saint Gonor. where, a century
ago, Napoleon achieved, ona of his last
successes. Tha main body of tha guard
passed to the north of the swamps, but
1 heard of men and horses engulfed and
" It Is our revenge for 1514,' the French
officers said. If ony the emperor were
here to see.
"On Wednesday the English army con
tinued the pursuit towards the north; tak
ing guns and prisoners.
"On that day I found myself In a new
.France. The good news had spread.
Girls threw flowers at tha passing sol
diers and Joy was manifested everywhere
"the Incidents, of Wednesday will as
tound the world when made known In
full. I know that two German detach
ments of 1,000 men each, which were aur
rounded and cornered, but which refused
to surrender, were wiped out almoat to
the last man., The knoie of these
operations was the tremendoua attack of
the allies along the Ourcq on Tuesday,
which ahowed the German commanoer
that his lines were threatened. ' Than
came the crowning stroke.
"The army of the Ourcq and of Meaux
and the army of Seaanne drew together
like tha blades of a pair of shears, the
pivot of which was In the region of the
Grand Morln'-' The German retreat was
thus forced toward the cast lind It speeds
lly became a rout 1 j
"I repeat that England scarcely rea-1
Uses yet' what has been achieved, alike i
In breaking up the enemy and In hearten-1
Ing our troops. The tactics of Mont and
Charlerol are completely Justified." I
NO OFFICIAL INFORMATION
OF ALLEGED ATROCITIES
LONDON. . Sept. 14. Premier Asqulth
told the House of Commons -today that
no official InformaUon had reached the j
ministry of war concerning the repeated
stories that German soldiers had abused
the Red Cross flag,' killed and ' maimed
the wounded and killed women and
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WASHINGTON, Sept. 14. (8peclal Tel
egram.) Iowa postmasters - appointed :
Lowden. Cedar county, Peter H. Jur-gonoon,-
vice C. H. Held: St. Anthony,
Marshall county, Wlnnlfred C. Gannon,
vice ). S. Hlxon: Stout. Grundy county,
John G. F.llinger, vice P. J. - Pbeer;
gwan. Marlon countv, Samuel J. Koons,
vice Jane Ptradloy; Elyaie Brown reap
pointed postmaster at Viola. Lewis
county. - . ( ' . '
DECISIVE CLASH ".
OF WAR IN WEST
YET TO BE SEEN
(Continued from Page One )
AT MODERATE PRICES
Correct Styles For Fall Now Being .Shown
the al value is continuing all along the
line with the allies' left wing now across
tha river Alsne, J
.But Uttla news and that of tha vaguest
sort filters through from Germany re
garding the operations In the west, though
It Is evident from the tone of Berlin of-
flrlal statements that the people are be
ing warned not to be too optimistic, as
certain reverses may be expected The
lateat actual battle news 1n ttertta 'de
scribes a sortie from Paris oa September
4, which. It is stated, has been repulsed.
Dispaches from many aourcea. Including
Vienna. Indicate that the Austrian army
in Oallela is in aors airaita, but tha story
of its complete destruction Is evidently
exaggerated, as the lateat Russian re
ports Indicate that General Russky'a
forces are atlll meeetlng with organised
resistance. It Is evident however, from
tha disposition of the combatants, that
the Austrian renter was crumpled up,
while the left wing was hurled back Into
the marshes of tha river San.
Aastrtaaa stay Bo Botrappod.
This left wing, composed of the flower
of the Austrian troopa, may be eaught In
a trap, making unconditional surrender
the only alternative to destruction. Tbe
official statement given out In fetrograd
aar that General Rennenka-mpft. a east
Prussia, la stubbornly retiring before a
superior force rather than risk the turn
ing of his left flank by tha Oerraaae.
The lielglan mobile force haa returned
to Its Antwerp baae with tha official ex.
planatloa that it has served its purpose la
preventing German reinforcements from
g ths army In France. This force
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