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BUYERS AND SELLERS,
VOL. XLIV NO. 121.
OMA1IA, FRNiAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6, liH TWELVE PACiES.
- Oa Trelas end a
HoWl stews Stands. Re.
SINGLE COPY TWO CENTS.
Reports of Plague Continuing to
Coyer Wider Territory Reach
U. S. QUARANTINE IS WIDENED
. Shipment of Live Stock Out of
Ohio and Wisconsin Are
DIVERS RAISING PONTOONS IN THE OISE-Photo
shows one of the divers at work on a bridge that had
been sunk. "
INSPECTORS RUSHED TO FIELD
Scores More of Them Hurried to
NUMBER SLAIN MOUNTING UP
Da Far GaTUtmrit Haa Takea No
Mcaaares ta Iaterfere with
Interstate Mlllc Trans
portation. WASHINGTON. Nov. 6. Placing of
federal quarantine on shipment of live
itock out of Ohio and Wisconsin and re
port! of the rapid spread of the foot and.
mouth disease In states already quaran
tined marked the day's "developments at
the Department of Agriculture In the
fight against the worst epidemic of the
infection ever known In the United States.
Scores of additional federal Inspectors
were rushed Into the field to trace every
shipment from Infected centers. Reports
from inspectors already at work led de
partment officials to predict tonight that
many other communities soon will be af
. f ected.
Mansion " Wilson Confer.
The number of animals killed in Infected
areas Is rapidly mounting up, and the un
ited demand upon the department to
meet, this loss and the expenses of in
spectors led Secretary Houston to confer
with President Wilson regarding an
emergency appropriation from congress.
Under the present plan the .department
is paying the salaries of appraisers se
lected by the various states to 'fix the
value of slaughtered animals and Is bear
ing half of the actual meat value of the
animals killed. The states pay the other
half, leaving the owners to bear the loss
of feed destroyed, of business and of
the peculiar value of the live stock killed.
From Ohio during the day came reports
of Infected cattle in the Toledo live
stock yards. Fosteria and Moltne and
Norwalk. The outbreak In Wisconsin was
discovered . at Evansvlll.
Disease Qaleklr Spreads.
'" Inspectors reported thaFthe dlsensVhad
quickly spread over several scattered
counties in Illinois. Infected herds were
foind in Mount Sterling, Brown county;
Aledo, Mercer county; P wight. Living
ston county;' Piano, Kendall county; Big
Rock, Sugar Drove and Kanevllle, Kane
county, and Summit, Cook county. In
Pennsylvania and Michigan the Infected
'areas were reported to. have become ex
tended. . .,
.' So far the government, haa . taken . no
steps to Interfere wtih the transportation
of milk across state lines. The depart
ment officials hold that the disease 'is
easily communicated to hogs through milk
and even to human beings and children,
particularly. The policy now in force.
however, Is to leave to the local author
ities supervision over the milk supply
to the various communities.
Many Iaqalriea Made.
Hundreds of inquiries poured into the
department during the day from live
. stock owners and railroads as to the
movement of live stock and feed across
quarantined state lines. The government
officials declined to make any exceptions
to the rule that no live stock may be
taken out of quarantined states and the
ruled that hay. straw and manure must
be disinfected before being shipped from
Infected states. Farmers were advised
that two months probably would elapse
before they would be able to ship live
stock out of quarantined states.
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POOL IS RUNNING
' aansnaafc ' 'v ' J '
Indications that . Governor's Lead
May Not Be Enough to Pull '
Ticket Through. .Y
WATT RUNS AHEAD OF HOWELL
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laryTotal of Forty-One Thooeand
Vot'ea rool Haa Severn. Hnadred
and Eighteen Votes More
Than Walt, ,
BOARD INSTEAD OF
Elimination of, State School Superin
tendent . Urged . by Revision
Committee of 'Assembly.
WOULD MAKE OTHER CHANGES
PANAMA CANAL AGAIN-
IS OPEN TO TRAFFIC
WASHINGTON. Nov. S.-The Panama
canal again is open to traffic. Colonel
Goethels cabled today that shipping be
gan passing yesterday afternoon through
a channel opened through the recent
landslides north of Gold H11L
Teuperatnree at Oasaha Yesterday.
6 a. m 46
4 a. m i5
7 a. m 44
5 a. m 44
a. m 49
10 a. m t!
11 a. m is
11 m 6
1 p. m v
2 p. m 68
a D.. m 70
4 p. m t
i p. m 67
p. m s
7 p. m ?
5 p. m l
Comparative X.oeml HevoreU
1114. 111. 1I1Z. 1911.
, 71 64 M 4S
.41 41 44 M
fJ 52 61 42
. .00 .00 .00 .14
Highest yesterdsy .
Lowest yesterday .
'tures from the normal:
Kxcesa for the 1mv.
.Total excess Hince March 1..
Lttficiency for the day
Total rainfall since March 1..
Deficiency since March 1...... S IS inches
uenciency ror eor. period, y.nir 7 18 inches
Deficiency for cor. pertod, 1911 S. 23 Inches
. Reports froaa ttattoas at T F. M.
Station and State . Temp. High. Rain.
or w earner. 7 p. m.
Cheyenne, clear 60
Iavenport, cloudy........ 62
Inver. clear 6H
T'es Molnea, part clouiy As
.24 40 Inches
Taking the office of sleretary ' of state
as the first available Illustration, Gov
ernor Morehead is running ' over 1,000
ahead of Charles Pool in the nineteen
representative counties from which com
plete, or- practically ' complete, , returns
have been gathered. 'while Howell .la
barely leading Walt by 400 or a little
better In the same counties.
In these counties Pool has a total of
21.104, against Watt's 20.186. a lead of 718.
Thus, while Pool appears to pueh Walt
bard for. secretary of state, his ultimate
success will likely depend upon how great tlon of the county unit measure, consol
a majority Morehead polls-over HowelL idatlng. all schools of the. county under
If Morehead'e majority la as much.as!one board of management: reduction of
10,009 or 16,000. be may drag Pool along, j members of school boards in commission
whose vote lags far behind the head of! from cities to six; levy of atax suf
the ticket. If Morehead's majority should ' ficiont to wipe out the Indebtedness of all
be not more than 6,000 or 6.000, the demo-j insolvent school districts; an act for the
cratlo ticket may fall by the wayside, If j regulation of , motion picture shows.
the vote on secretary of state is a re- j This committee was appointed by the
liable Indication of how much the gov-1 governor following a resolution by the
ernor leads his ticket throughout the legislature, of 1913 recommending that the
state. need oi new school legislation be re-
Following are aome figures of counties j f erred to a committee ' of educators-for
One. Maaaa-emeat for Earn Connty
Redaction of Members In Cities
New Levy System and
"Movlea", Regulation. . .
Attendance of teachers Is now S.SOO.
Elimination of the office of state super
intendent of schools and ithe creation of
a board of education with power to ap
point a commissioner of education for
the state, was recommended by the school
revision committee In a report , to , the
county superintendents' section of the
Nebraska State Teachers' association.
Other recommendations were: . Adop-
complete, with the exception of Jefferson
(Continued on Page Five, Column Four.)
Germany Trying to
Force Persia Into
War with Russia
PETROGRAD, Nov. l-Vta London
The Bourse News has published a spe
cial dispatch from Teheran as follows:
"All classes of Persian society are
aroused by the action of Turkey. The
German and the Turkish ministers here
are exerting ail tholr power to . bring
Persia into actrve participation in the war
recommendations. The following com
mlttee was appointed: State Suierin-
tendent J. E. Deliell, (Superintendent N.
M. . Graham of South Omaha, William
Ritchie, Jr., of Lincoln; Superintendent
Charles Arnot of Schuyler,' Superintend
ent Earl Cllne of Geneva, County Super
intendent EJith A. Lathrop of City Cen
ter and buporin tendent P. M. Whitehead
of Gothenburg. . ..
' Report to Learlalatare.
The report will be submitted to the
legislature and bills will be drawn cover
ing the several recommendations.
Concerning the county unit - measure
the committee says:
"Whenever 10 per cant of the voters of
the county having children of school age,
petition the board of commissioners an
election shall be called to determine
WIRELESS CRY IS ,
LAST WORD FROM
Call of Glasgow Intercepted by
German Victors Final Trace of
TEUTONS SEE MONMOUTH SINK
They Hear Explosion Aboard Good
Hope and Believe Crippled
Boat Goes Down.
IMPOSSIBLE TO SAVE LIVES
Germans Would Attempt Rescue if
Weather Permitted. -J .
DETAILS OF BATTLE GIVEN
Rtpjry of Great' Naval rnaaaement
Off Chilean Coast Tola by
VALPARAISO, Chile, Nov. S.-A 'wire
less cry from the British Crulerr Glasgow
Intercepted by the German victors was
the last wod received from Rear Ad
miral Craddock'a suusdron following the
ergagemeit off the Chilean coast Sunday.
The Germans saw the Monmouth sink
snd heard an explosion on board the Good
Hope that they believe sent the crippled
flagehtp to the bottom. All that night
tho German cruiser Numberg searched
the sess unsuccessfully for the Good
Hope. They picked up a radiogram di
rected to the flagship by the Glasgow.
There was no reply. )
630 on Monmonth.
There were about fhO men on the Mon
mouth when It disappeared beneath the
waves1. Admiral Craddnck had 900 men
with him ou board the Good Hope.
Whether the Glasgow anj the transport
Otranto, which escaped destruction, sur
vived the damage suffered Is not known.
The. whereabouts also of the German
cruisers Lelpsig and Bremen remains In
Further details of the first really Im
portant naval battle of the war became
known fron) statements made by Ger
man officers. The latter did not hesltato
to commend the bravery of the Britishers
and Intimated that an effort to savo
lives would have been made it the
weather had permitted.
Fongbt in Teeth of Sort her.
The engagement was fought in the teeth
of a northern that assumed almost hur
ricane proportions. Small .boats could
i.ot live in the sea, .The heavy weather
BUlWanod against the iarfsr ' ships jU
the Good Hope found Its guns almost
useless because of the ship's roll.
'.The German-China fleet, the cruisers
Scharnhorst, Gnelaenau and . tlis Num
bers, had rejoined the cruisers Lelpsig,
(he Bremen' Which later had been de
tached to patrol the coast north of Val
paraiso. The unit "proceeded southward
apparently well awre of the' rendezvous
of the British outside Conception bay.
At the eame time the British cruisers
Monmouth and Glasgow, accompanied by
the transport Otranto, moved north to
meet the flagship Good Hope. , Ths
r rltlshers evidently were not aware of
the proximity of the Germans and they
met oft Coronet.
Sight British Ships.
It was o'clock Sunday when the Ger
mane sighted the three British ships.
The latter attempted to alter their course
evidently with- an Intention to approach
the coast and gain territorial waters and
so avoid an unequal match. The Ger
mans, however, headed them off and
forced the battle.
At the moment that the German guns
were , trained the Good Hope was seen
coming at full speed and through good
seamanship It mansged to join the other
British ships. .The Britishers had come
about and the two squadrons sailed south
ward In parallel lines, the Germans being
nearer the coast Gradually the two lines
came nearer to each other and the
Scharnhorst and Gneisenau similarly let
Allies Arc Claiming Victories in
the East and West Battlefields
LONDON, Nov. 6. Although England
Continued to await with some uneasiness
official news as to the fate of certain of
Its warships In the Pacific, which were
engaged last Sunday with a German fleet
off the cosst of Chile, this anklety has
been In a measure counterbalanced by the
apparently favorable situation of the al
lied arms, both In the eastern and western
The first German rush for the French
coast having been checked, the news of
the next few days will determine the
truth or falsity of predictions as to the
seriousness of the renewed German at
tempt to get to the roaat by a more south
erly route. There was nothing In the re
ports from West Flanders during the fore
noon to indicate the trend of the new
German attack, although Tprea continued
to figure as the military key against
which the Germans proposed to deliver
their hardest blows.
Opinion here Is divided as to whether
this fresh attempt to open a way to
the channel will rival In Intensity the
struggle along the Yser. Some British
optimists hold that the apparent exhaus
tion of the Germans Is an Indication that
they are really planning to fall back, as
they did before Paris on the entrench
ments they have been so carefully pre
paring everywhere back of their lines. If
this occurs It will mean another period
of siege warfnre along the entire front
In Belgium and France, a condition which
probably will persist until one side or
the other starts off on a new tangent, as
did the Germans In their costal attempt,
thus creating some new active area of hos
tilities. Meanwhile Indications are that naval
operations will become dally mre prom
inent, pnrtlcularly as Turkey's entrance
Uiti the situation widens the field for
Statement Says Same Conditions
Will Apply to This War as Now
Apply Against Germany.
NAVAL NEWS LOOMS LARGS
'British Publio is Clamoring for More
Definite Account of Battle
No Live Stock Will Be Received
After the Close of Business
MORE; CASES OF THE ' PLAQUE
Eln-hteen Mere Fancy Cattle Broaaht
to Dairy Exhibit Are Infected
Prices of All Clasaea of
tock Are Higher.
CHICAGO, Nov. S. The order closing
the Chicago yards this afternoon was ex
panded to cover all yards and pens In the
CHICAGO. Nov. 6.-The Chloago stock
yards .Will remain closed nine davs. be
ginning Saturday, aa a result of ths com
plete quarantine orderea yesterdsy, it
was announced today. .
Eighteen additional cases of foot and
mouth disease were found today among
the 1.100 fancy cattle, which were brought
to this city from Canada and twenty
eight states of the union for exhibition
at the International Dairy show. Infec
tion of 'others Is feared.
The thud .of sledgehammers on the
skulls of too cattle marked for sacrifice
was beard at the yards this morning,
and laborers were .' at work digging
trenches m which the caresses will be
buried. In quicklime. -- r j' , A
yermar naiic onr.4 ciosiBg sjnhe
Chicago yards is signed by the Illinois
Bosrd of Live Stock Commissioners and
"To prevent the spread of the foot and
(Continued on Page Five, Column One.l
(Continued on Page Five, Column Two.)
Cummins and Clarke
Continue to Gain
DES MOINES, la., Nov. 6. With only
280 precincts missing in the entire state,
Senator Albert B. Cnmmlns' lead over
his democratic opponent, Maurice Con
nolly, for the United States senate, was
Increased this afternoon to 35,316. Gov
ernor Clarke's lead over John T. Hamil
ton, democrat, stood at 23,507, ' with SM
precincts missing. Cummins' vote was
1U.S17 and Connolly's 149,901. Clarke's
vote was 177,695 and Hamilton's 1M.188.
Justice Scott Ledd was leading In the
supreme court contest in 1,366 precincts.
His vote was 46.472. Weaver was second,
with 4S.6M, and Salinger third, with
against Russia. Salared Dowleh, the pre
tender to ' the Persian throne, has an-! whether the county ehall bo organised aa
nounced himself openly as Germany's j a single school district. If a majority of
candidate tor the rulershrp of Persian. j the voters decide in favor of the proposl
"Reports from, Tabrls say the Turkish tlon It shall be the duty of the county
consul there has been arrested and tho commissioners to organise the - county
German and Austrian consuls have taken ! '"to a school district ard divide It Into
refuge in the consulate of the Vnlted
"Turkish troops have crossed the Per
sian frontier and are approaching Our-mea"
Bodies of Cooley and
Cass Still in River
five wards.". t
Five members, one elected from each
(Continued on Page Five, Column Five.)
DOUGLAS COUNTY VOTES
BY MAIL NOT COUNTED
lvxlae Cily. clear
North PUtte. clear....... wi
f nin clear 62
Rapid City, cloudy &2
f- he rid an, clear 4n
Sioux City, clear 6t
6ixty-flve votes In the Douglas county
j election have not yet been counted, having
I hn r at hv vntjkr wtwi rr a . .
ANKTON. &. D.. Nov. l.-(8pecial.-! . . h., K.,. . .
The bodies of Editor Cooley of the Crof-!,n frotn preclnct. out , th. ,utai ,
ton (Neb.) Journal and Druggist Cass of j accordance with the new law. The result
the same place have not been recovered of thee ballots will not be known unUl
from the Missouri, although search has the official election board canvasses the
been continuous since the accident alec- I vote.
tlon. night. 'The river is very swift at; Th, tlme tof ,UnlI1, ,he offu.l(ll ca.
me poini ana aoiroi is expressea over veas haa not vat been ..a hv th. -i.-tin.
U; S. Senators-Elect
Alabama. . .Oscar W. Underwood,
Arizona 'Marcus A. Smith.
Arkansas James P. Clarke,
Colorado...; Hubert Work.
i California. .... .James D. Phelao,
(Vinnoctit ut. . . . F. B. Iirandegee,
.'Florid 'Duncan IT. Fletrh-
Georgia. 'Hoko Smith,
ueorgta. . .Tnonia W. Ilardw'.ck.
Idaho Jainee H. Fi-ady,
Illinois. . .Lawrence V. (Sherman,
Indian. . . Henjamln P. Nhlvely,
low Albert 11. Cummin,
Kansas Charles Curtis,
Kentucky. . Johnson N. Camden,
Kentucky J. C. W. Ileckbam,
Ijoulsiana n. v. iiro.i....,!
; Maryland .'John W. Hiulth,
Missouri William J. Mtone,
Nevada. . . . Francis O. Kewlands,
'W Hampshire. J. H. UalllnRer,
New York J. W. Wads worth,
North Caroline. .L. 8. Overman,
North Dakota. . .Asle J. (iranaa.
Ohio Warren O. Harding,
Oklahoma Thomas' P. Gor,
Oregon. . George K. Chamberlain,
Pennsylvania, .... 'Doles Penrose,
Houtn l arollna. I-;illHon D. Hmlth,
South Dakota.... K. 8. Johnson,
. . . Heed 8 moot,
Vermont. . .Wm. P. Dillingham,
Washington... . . Wesley L. Jones,
Wisconsin F. E. McUovern,
L. A. WELSH. Local Forecaster.
ever finding the bodies. The automo-
bile has bees found and drawn out. It
shotd the steering gear Intact.
commissioner. He row baa his office
force busy preparing to begin the official
Eight-room house on the prettiest
art of the "Prettiest MUe" juat
north of Home Milier'a Kast front
lot overlooking beautiful Carter laks
and the Iowa hills. Two lots. For
quick sale, 17,000.
Ser further laformaUoa about
this opportunity, see the Wast
AA Booties of today's Steo.
British Mine Ship
Sunk in North Sea
LONDON. Nov. S (4 P. M.)-The Brit
ish mine sweeper Mary was sunk by a
mine In the North Sea today. Six of the
crew of fourteen were rescued. The sur
vivors. Who were landed at Lowestoft,
reported heavy gun firing off the York
shire coast this afternoon.
Are Landed in Syria
PARIS, Nov. 6. The Temps has re
ceived 1 a report stating that American
marines have been landed at Beirut.
Syria, for the protection of American In
State, Suffrage Vote
Holt, S pels K
Kallne. 1 pet M
M art ISO n, S pots.. 100
Jefferson, 1 pet M4
Wayne, fi pets 1)9
McPherson, t pets 76
lancaater. XA pets S.72K
Pauiidera. 1 pet f
WaslilnKton. s pets 4MI
rk'OU's hluff. 3 pets ; 23
Boone, i nets 1M
Cuming. S pcta
efferaon, 7 pets 41.3
Hheudan, 7 pets 240
Kearney, 11 pen 216
Pierce, S pcta le
Hall, complete ,2S-j
Dodge, complete 1,173
Logan, 1 pet 67
Deuai. S pets V4
Franklin, 15 pets S19
Cherry. 11 puts 326
Oagc, 22 pets 1,126
Merrick. 6 pets 443
Grant. I pets 70
Antelope, complete 1,030
Hurt 16 pets tutf
Nance, complete 7i
Nuckolls, incomplete. 1H
Webster, 7 pets aa
Keith. X nets il
t-Hrown, 13 puts tf
I Clay. U pets 7Wi
j Greely, complete 7o7
, Hox Butte, complete. ...i... S"i
1 Dodge. ' complete 1671
'Measrd. complete 1,001
1 Otoe, complete Lik7
I Hooker Ui
Totals ( Zi.Ml
I Douglas, complete tMl
No British warships are In
Chilean ports. The fate of the
three British cruisers that en
gaged five German warships oft
the coast of Chile and the trans
port that accompanied them, re
mains a myfitery.
Great Britain has reclared war
on Turkey, and the Ottoman gov
ernment, despite distention In the
cabinet, Is definitely committed to
hostilities against Great Britain,
Russia, Franco and Servla.
The new drive ror the sea coast
of the heavily reinforced German
forces in Belgium has been met
by a counter offensive of the also
augmented armies of the allies In
the vicinity of Ypres.
"The Franco-British lines have
at no point drawn back," says the
afternoon French official state
ment, and our troops undertaking
the offensive have made notable
progress In several directions."
It Is declared that the allies
have made slight progress to the
east of Nleuport and that German
attacks from Dlxmade to the Lys
are being made with less energy.
Renewed German activity la re
ported on the center without nota
ble change, and on the night ot
the -allies the situation remains
A dispatch from Teheran re
ports that the Persians are much
excited over the clash between
Turkey and Russia. The pre
tender, Salared Dowleh, has pro
claimed himself as Germany's
candidate for the throne.
' Great .Britain baa formally an
nexed the Island of Cyprus. In the
Mediterranean, which has re
mained long under the suzerainty
of the Turkish sultan, though with
a British administration.
The Russian'' War office an
nounces that Russian troops have
entered ' Turkish"" Armenia, de
feated the Turks and occupied
The Russians are claiming that
the Germans are falling back not
only in Russian Poland, but also
oa the east Prussian frontier, and
that Russian troops have pene
trated at point on the east Prus
EAST OF HIEDPORT
French Official Report Tells of
Slight Progress on Eight
Grare Feari Are Entertained that
Rear Admiral and His Ship'
Have Been Lost 1
GERMAN CRUISER YORCK SUNK
Teisel it Said to Have Struck Mine)
i RUSSIAN ADVtANCE IS GENERAfi
Aaatriaas aad Germans In Resale a
Polaad aad Uallcta Forced to
Retreat Hard Flgbtlas i'
la the East. V
ROTTERDAM (via London), Nor.
6. 7:16 p. m. The following offi
cial Turkish statement is contained
, In a dispatch from Constantinople:
j "The Russians are now strength
ening their positions near the iron-'
( tier, but have been repulsed com
, pletely from the Karaklissa and Tee
i han districts. ,
! "During the bombardraent at ths .
entrance to the Dardanelles the hos
tile fleet fired 240 shells without
causing material damage. Our forts
fired only ten shots.
LONDON, Nov. 6. It was of
flclally announced In London that ft
state of war exists between Great
Britain and Turkey. The procl&rcat
tron to this eff8cr,'rhlch'' subse
quently was gazetted, reads as fol
lows: "Owing to hostile acts committed '
by Turkish forces, under German of
ficers, ft state of war exists" between
Great Britain and Turkey from today
and all proclamations nd orders In
council, Issued with reference to the
state of war between Great Britain.
Germany and Austria shall apply to
the state of war between Great Brit
ain and Turkey."
A privy council was held in Buck
ingham palace this morning to dis
cuss this question. At lto conclusion
King George signed the documents
proclaiming the stste of war and the
announcemenfwas made, aj
LONDON, Nov. ' 6. Naval ew
looms large In London today. The
, British public is seeking details of
j the' battle ot last Sunday off the
I coast of Chile, but no continued ef
1 forts are being made to minimize this
disaster. Much anxiety Is felt concern
ing Rear Admiral Sir Christopher
Cradock, whose fate probably will
not be known until it has been defin
itely determined what hag become of
his flagship, the cruiser Good Hope.
Elr Percy' Scott. England's i greatest
gunnery expert and a champion of the
use of the submarines aa against dread
noughts, has rejoined the admiralty. As
ho hsa boen known In tbe peat as sup-,
porur of Uaron Fisher, it is expected
GERMAN ATTACKS REPULSED
Fraaro-Hrttlah l.laea Have Taken
Of ferial to, and Mad Notable
Advaarea at Polata Far
PARIS, Nov. 6 -The French official
announcement given out In Paris this
afternoon says that the' allies have made
slight progress to ths esat of Nleuport
on the right bank of the Yser. j
The text of the communication follows:
"On our left wing the allied forces have
made slight progress the east of. Nleu
port, on the right bank of the Yser. From
LMxmude to the east of Nleuport, on the
Lys. the German attacks were renewed
yesterdsy, but at a number ot points with
lessoned energy, particularly with regard
to the anion of their Infantry.
"The Franco-British lines have at. no
point drawn back andour troops, under
taking the offensive, have made notable
progress In sot era I directions.
"Between the rtgion or La Bassee aad
the Somme, the day was notable partic
ularly for an artillery contest.
"In, the reglou of the Hoys we have
maintained our occupation of LeQuesnoy-en-JSanterre,
and advanced perceptibly In
the direction ot Andechy.
"Summing up, It may be said that the
attacks of the enemy at various points
on our front Juiv been repulsed, in some
instances after an engagement which
lasted all day long. ' f
"On our right wing there Is nothing new
(Continued uo Page Five, Column Three.)
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left. . .. '
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