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General Dc Wet, Leader of Boer
Rcbctlion, Is Taken Prisoner
rflKTOUIA (via I,nndon. Iec. J.Ocn- which for a ton time miuta vain the
eral Christian De Wet, leader of the re
bellion In the Union of Foiith Africa, haa
been taken prisoner, according to an of
ficial announcement made hero. He was
raptured by Colonel Conrad Ftrlts taut
Tuesday on a fann at JVarteburg. a town
IT, mlli-a east of Marking, In British
Oeneral Ie Wet rose to fame aa com-
mander-ln-chlrf of the Orange Free State
force In the South African war. mart
in aa a burgher In the Hellhron com
mand, he later waa appotntd com
mandant at Ladysmllh and waa sent'U.
relieve Oeneral CronJ aa second In com
mand. When Oeneral Cronje surrendered.
De Wet waa made commahdcr-ln-chtct.-
Tn the latter daya of that war he em-
barraaaed the Brltlah army by hla tactic.
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Chancellor Von Bethmann-Holweg
Sayi Britain Could Have Pre
vented Struggle. '
BLOW AT COMMERCIAL EIVAL
EXPERT SAYS 1 RUSS
v .( . .
Major Moraht of Berlin Point Oat
Where the Russian' Plan Hai
Fallen Down! '
MUST CHANGE ENTIRE SCHEME
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' ' aeaea Traaa.
Germans Escape Cordon Because
Gen. Rcnncnkampf Two Days Late
BERLIN. Dec -(Vla Wireless to
London.) Today' official statement waa
limited to the following brief announce
ment: : .
"In neither theater of the war haa any
Silnk t Importance happened."
' BERLIN (VI the Hague and London),
Dec. J- Major Moraht, the military
writer. In discussing th eastern attuattoa
In the Tsgeblatt aaya:
"The operation around Lods seemed to
foreshadow tha surrounding and annihi
lation of the Russian main body, but the
German themaelvea wer surrounded by
strong Runelan rnlnfowements from the
east and south. Tha Germans, however,
liberated themaelvea with herolo energy
from this envelopment and resumed thate
attack with Indomitable perBlstenn. The
gigantic offensive movement of the Rus
sian from Boldao to Cracow have already
failed. .. '''
"Th plan of campaign, originally mad
In Tarf In the Interest of Franc and
England, was that Russia should throw
Its chief strength against Qerinany, In
order to rltv the pressure oa the west
ern front. Th Intention waa to mat an
Irrrstltile offensive and compel ,tha
withdrawal of such large forces from
Franc aa to mak poesiet Anglo-French
s unite we, . , . ,
"Ttumils. however, threw it chief forcea
gainst Austria, believing that it would
be able effectually to crush that country
. In a short time, but after a four months'
tfugi!e. this haa not been accomplished
bncauM) the -Austrian and Hungarians
are fighting as In th time of Field Mar
shal Hadessky, showing a steady I
cuperatlre force. )
"Russia has already been compelled to
changer Ita whew plan of campaign, which
often enough decide final victory In
favor ' of th opponent,. What vhas ' al
ready occurred means an. enormous weak
siting of Russia's military power. Ger
many and Auatrla hav captured about
00,0it unwounded prisoners, at least an
equal numtwr must hav been killed or
wounded and ths losses through sickness
must reach tftO.OOO. This means one-third
of Rustla's best troops.
The. newer formations are lacking In
the military qualities necessary to change
Ruaala'a destiny and the failure of th
plan of operation therefore mean th
Irretrievable Impairment of Russia's of
LONDON, Dee. t.-Th Moraine Post'
retro r ad correspondent says he heard
that th Russian general, Rennenkampf,
has been superseded because he was two
days late In taking up a position through
which th German armle In Poland were
to have been hemmed In. '
Thla failure, the correspondent says,
robbed Grand Duk Nicholas' strate
gical schema of It full success a week
ago, entailed a week of heavy fighting
and resulted In the hurrying up of large
The Daily Telegraph's Moscow corre;
spondent In a dispatch describing th re
cent fighting at Lod say:
The town was closely besieged by tn
German on three sides north, east and
south. Th Russian army waa as though
In a sack, but rallied with great resolii
Uon and, heroism to a great and difficult
"Th battle began November 14, and
was at It height during November Zl
and H It became evident on the even
ing of the ffld. that th Russian had
gained a victory. The Oerman army, out
flanked ,and pushed from th rear by
th Russians, mad upreme effort to
ness' by ' Loda from th east and the
south. Sever bayonet fighting occurred
In the outskirts of the town. This su
preme fcffort cost th German very dear.
The lost ten of thousand of men.
1 "It waa a dreadful night and nobody
slept. The whole population gathered In
the public place offering prayer for a
Russian victory." . ,
QN NEAR WIEUPORT
WAKHINOTOV, Dec. I fPpeela! Tele
grani.k itural letter carriers appointed In
Ntrka: Lyon. Sherman L. I'lnkley;
Norfolk. Chens llandley; Wlnalde, James
The following railway mall clerka have
been apiMiinled in Nebraska: John It.
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coln; Rriacoe P Moore. Genua: Howard
Johnaon. Republican Cttv: Carl J Urlp,
Omaha: Pari V. Funk. Haatlnita; John U
hin. llr. I."ni ..n: A r.-hili.ld H. Cockerill.
Omaha: Newell R. CoffTr. Rackett; Frank
French Official Report Telli of R
i newal of Bombardment .m . '
. Many Point. , r
GERMAN REPULSE IN ARQONNE
Troop of Allle Malt ltat. A-
vsse la Thla Heart Insmsv
' -t. Extend so . Boeta
PARIS, Dec. l-Th French official re
port, given out' In Pari this afternoon,
say that yesterday titer waa a rather
lively artillery exchange at Nleuport ana
to th south of th Ypres, and that a
heavy bombardment took lac to th
west of Lens. Jn th Argonn several
"German attack wer repulsed. Otherwise
the situation show little change.
To text of the communication follows:
"In Belgium there was a rather lively
artillery f directed against N leu port
and to the south of Tpres. .
'Th Inundation hav extended to the
eouth of Pixrouda.
"From the Lya to th Bommt there haa
been a violent bombardment, particularly
at Alx-Nouletle, to th west of Lena.
, "There was Quiet along th entire front
from Boinme to the Alan and In Cham-pagne-
"In the Argonne several attacks on the
parts of the enemy were repulsed and w
mad Sight progrraa.
In th Woevre district the German ar
tillery evidenced a certain activity, but
with Insignificant results. ,
"la Lorrain and In th Vosge thr I
nothing Important to report."
Caaty Beat Electtoa.
P1ERRSX B. D., Dee. t. Special Tsle
gram.) Governor Tlyrne today J set Tuc
day, January M, U15, aa th date for
election of county seats and county offi
cers of th new counties of Jackson and
llakkam created out ef the west half of
, SOON FALL INTO
(Continued from Pag One.)
Rleetrte, Brand, Bitters
helpe dyspepsia, aids digestion, Increases
apictite, keepa liver and kidney healthy.
Ruy a bottle today, to and H. Ail
report, th dilatorlneas of General Ren
nenkampff n bringing up Velnforeementa
made th success of the German men-
poanHrie. . .
Discussing th campaign a a 'whole, a
well known Berlin military critH main
tain that the on resistance, and the .un
expected recuperative power of th Aus-l
triens, poupled with .their losses In Po
land, hav deprived Russia of such a
large portion of Its flrrt lln 'troop that
It offensive, power has beea Irretrivably
Impaired. On th other hand, observer
In Petrogrnd expreaa th opposite view,
and -they are oonfldent that Grand Duke
Nicholas will prove himself more than a
match for th admitted resourcefulness
of General von Hlndcnberg.
Itasstaas' Near Cracow.
Russian forcea are now reported te be
within ten mile of Cracow, while the
situation of Prsemysl. the only Austria
stronghold left In Gallcla. I declared to
Th anxiety in England over conditions
In South Africa has been greatly re
levant by 'the reported capture of the
eltlslv De Wet. the most formidable
among the leader of th Bouth African
The Oerman Reichstag haa adjourned
after voting a credit of tl.&0.000i000 and
embarking Germany on the second finan
cial stage of .the war with every expres
sion of confidence In Its successful con
Belgians Killed in
Riot in Detention -
Camp in Holland
LONDON. Dsc. I Rioting broke out In
th Belgian concentration camp at Zolst.
Holland, yesterday, according to Het
Volk, published at Amsterdam.
Dutch troop fired on the Belgians,
killing six and wounding nine of them.
No detail of th occurrence are as yet
thia dlapatch 1 Bent to London by th
correspondent of ReuterB TelegTaro com
pany at Amsterdam.
Th trouble ha been attributed to The
discontent, of the interned Belgians at
pursuit of the remnant of his. army, al
though twenty Hrltish columns were en
gaged In It. He was one. ef the signa
tories of the peace conference after thr
war. and later was minister of agricul
ture In the Orange River colony.
General Ie Wet at the outbreak of the
present war offered a corps of Bouth
African scouts to Lord Kitchener. Later 1
he protested against the action of tha
1'nlon of South' Africa ' In fighting the;
Germans and took the field against the,
General De Wet haa severer time beea
reported as meeting with reverses and
once aa having been wounded.
One of his ikon was killed In the fight
ing and two sons are said to hav sur
rendered. . . ' '
Credit of Five, Bllllea Mark Voted
fcy Relraataa at Berlla o
elollst Reerletera a
she drew the sword because we violated
Belgian neutrality ?'V
The chancellor elaborated this theme at
some length . and . declared, documents
found In Brussels ' established that Bel
glum had surrendered her neutrality to
England, and he arguCd that when th
Oerman troops entered Belgium they were
on the terrltoiy of a state that had long
ao given tip Its neutrality, and that
therefor England had declared war on
Germany, not for the saks of Belgian
neutrality, but because she believed she
would be able to 'master Germany with
th aid of two great military power.
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B FIR LIN (Via Amsterdam to London),
Dec S. With only one dissenting vote,'
that of Herr Llebknecht, socialist, the
Reichstag today voted a new war credit
of $8,000,000,000 marks ULtM.OOO.OOO).
The president of the chamber at the
opening of the sitting dwelt in a speech
on -the unity and patriotism of tha Ger
man people, and commented apprecia
tively on th large number, of members
of the Relohetag. who ar now serving
In hi explanation of . the position of
the war th president said:
Motive of Japan.
Japan Joined our enemlea from a de
sire to seize as booty .the monument to
German culture' trt tine far east. On the
other hand; we' trav -found an ally ' rn
Turkey, as all 'the t Moslem people wish
to throw off the English yoke and shatter
the foundations of England's colonial
power. Under the banner of our army
and our fleet we will conquer."
The Imperial chancellor. Dr. Von Beth-
mann-Hollweg, attended the ' aeeslon
dressed In the gray service uniform of
a .general. AH the secretaries of state
and th Prussian ministers ! also were
present. Many of th member of the
chamber war In uniform and wore Iron
Add reus of Chancellor.
In an address to the member of the
Chamber, Dr. Von Bethmann-Hollweg
"The emperor Is absent with the army,
but he haa charged me to transmit hi
best wishes and cordial greetings to the
German House of Representatives with
whom he knows he 1 united until death
In atrea of danger, In common concert
for the weal of the fatherland.
"Our first thought go. to the' emperor
and tha army and navy, who ar fight
ing for the honor and greatness of the
empire. Full of pride and with unshake-
able confidence we look on them and
our Auatro-Hungartan comrade in arms,
who are firmly united to ua to fight and
to win great battle with brilliant bravery.
Our lateat ally In the war forced upon
us 1 th Ottoman empire, which well
knows that If the German empire were
destroyed, it, too, would lose Its national
right to arrange Its own destiny. As -our
enemies have formed a powerful coalition
against us they will, I hope, find that
th arm or our brave ante reaches the
weak spots in , their world positions."
Great Deeds AecomplUned.
Ths Imperial chancellor said that since
th Reichstag1 ' had ' expressed the firm
resolution, of ' the whole people to under
take the war, great deeda had been ac
complished and th Incomparable gal
lantry of the' Oerman troops had. carried
the war into the enemy's country,
"There we will stand firm," declared.the
chancellor, "tnd face the future with
every conjfl(Jenc.- But the enemy" re
sistance la not, broken.'" We are not yet
at the end of. our sacrifice. Th nation
will continue to support these sacrifices
with th earn heroism aa hitherto, for
w must and will fight to a .successful
end onr dafeneiv. war for right and free
dom. We wiu ,tl?ejj reroeatber how our
defenseless .compatriot' In hostile coun
tries wer malterated In a. manner which
1 a disgrace te. civilisation. , The world
roust leant that none can hurt a hatr en
the head -ef a German subject with im
punity. .,. , . .
Wae Is e Blame for War.
"It I evident- to vs who 1 respenslbls
for this greatest of all war.. Th ap
parent responsibility falls on ' those in
Russia who ordered' and executed tha
mobilisation ef the Russian army; th
real responsibility falls on the British
government. The .cabinet at London could
hav made the war impossible If It had
declared at BU Petersburg that England
would not allow a continental war to de
velop from the Austro-Servian conflict.
"Such a declaration would have obliged
France energetically to restrain Russia
not being allowed to recelv visits rrom from undertaking warlike measures. Then
members of their famlllea. The unret lOUP action aa mediator between t. Peters-
continue and troop hav been sent to burc and -Vlenn would have been sue
FRENCHMEN BEAR ,
BRUNT OF HOLDING
(Continued from Pag On.) .'
Zelut from Utretcht to strengthen the
Expelled by Austria
PARIS. Du 1 Tha Eclairs today de
clarea In-It laau that Don Jaime of
Bourbon, the Spanish pretender, ad
dressed an appeal to his partisans some
time ago to aide with franco In the war.
This came to the knowledge of 'he Aus
trian authorities, and as IVm'Jaltno lives
in Austria he waa placed under close
srrest In his caatl at Prohsdorf. The
Immediate excuse for thl.i action was the
fact that he had been a colonel In the
An appeal was made to Kmperor
Francla Joseph, but his ma)eaty raid he
could do nothing In the matter. Don
Jaime penasted In his efforts 1o gain
freedom, and was told finally' that he
could either remain a prisoner la Aus
tria until the and of the wor. or Wave
tae country. He chose the latter course,
aaa la now la Swttaerland.
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around Ypres succeeded In holding in Its
ground against repeated onslaughts mad
by Vastly superior forces. The writer
goes into detail of the German attacks
and describes how they were frustrated
by the alUes. The British- force, says
Colonel Swlnton, which consisted all along
of the same units, had "to withstand an
almost continuous bombardment and -to
meet one desperate assault after another,
each carried out by fresh units from the
large numbers which the Oerman wer
devoting to the operation."
Finally the French' came to their .assist
ance and "never Was help more welcome,
for by then our small local reserve had
again and again been thrown in the exe
cution of counter attacks and our men
were exhausted by the Incessant fight
ing." Front Greatly Shortened.
The British front now has been con-
alderably shortened and in addition haa
been reinforced, while a lull in the actlv
lty has enabled the commander to read
Just their forces, strengthen their posK-
tlon and brim? up reserves. There has,
therefor, "been a great general Improve
ment In the conditions tinder which we
are carrying on the fighting." "Of the
fighting which preceded this reorganisa
tion, the writer aaya it waa due solely to
the resource, Initiative and edurance of
the regimental officers and men that suc
cess has laid with the British. He con
"As the struggle swayed backward and
forwards, through wood and hamlet,' the
fighting assumed a most confused' And
desperate' character. The unit became in
extricably' mixed and' m' mairy in
order to strengthen eome threatened point
or to fill a gap la the Jin the officers had
to collect and throw Into the fight what
men they could regardless of the
to which they belonged.' Our caualties
hav been severe, but we hav. been fight
ing a battle and a 'battle Implies casual
ties, and heavy a they have been, It must
be remembered that they have not been
suffered In vain.
Act aa Containing?' Force,
"Th duty o fths French, Belgians and
British in the western theater of opera
tions has been to act aa a oontainlng
force; in other 'word. t6 hold onto and
to keep occupied aa many of th enemy
a possible while the Russian were at
tacking in the east.; In this we have suc
ceeded In playing 'our part and by our
resistance have contributed materially
towards th esuccea ot tha eampalgn.
Moreover, our losses hav not Impaired
our fighting efficiency. The troops have
required only a slight respite 9 order to
be able to continue the action with as
much determination a ever. They are
nhvslcaUv fit and well fed and have uf
nr1v from the fatigue which i
Inseparable from a protracted struggle
such a they have been through
The severest handling by the enemy
ha never had more than a temporary
.ffert on their spirits, which have soon
recovered, owing to the year of dia-
clpline to which the oflfcer ana men
have been accustomed.
Dn to Lack of Training.
"The value of such preparation Is as
noticeable on the ld ot the enemy as
on our own. The phenomenal losses suf
fered by th' German new formation
hav been remarked, and they wer in
oart due to their lack of training. More
over, though at the first outset these for
mations advanced to the attack as bravely
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TCTWA CITY. Ia. Deo. (.-(Special Tele
gram.) Claua Frtck met Instant death in
a lut-foot fall la the etockdale at llaack
elevator at Walcott, near here, today.
"Kngland was aware of the bellicose
machinations on the part of an irrespon
sible but powerful group about the Rus
sian emperor. England aaw how the
wheel was rolling, but placed no bat sola
In its path. Despite all assurances of
peace, London Informed hit. Petersburg
that England wa on the aide of Frsjice
ml consequently on the aide of Russia" ;
Allewa Mcsilross War. '
"The cabinet at London allowed a mon
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tor th catastrophe which fell upon Eu
rope. . ......
"England'a pretended defense of Bel
gium's neutrality was nothing but a
pretext, We notified Belgium that the
necessities of self-defense would compel
us to march through Belgium on the even
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noon Ot baturday, August 1. before' any
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peters. Th Twenty-sevenm corva
instance, which Is a new formation, com
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little abated by failure, and while they
have not succeeded In gaining th strait
of Dover they hav beea enabled to con
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frontier nd retain all but a small portioa
"Aa well as they hav fought, however."
continues the narrativ. "It la doubtfut
If their achievement are eommeaaurat
with their losses, which recently have
ea lavrgely due to a lack of training
and' a coinparatlv lack, of discipline of
the unit they put In the field."
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