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OMAHA, THURSDAY MORXINU, JULY '22, IDKj-TW KIVK I'AdKS.
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Colonel Denounce! Facificiiti and
Insists on Nation Taking
Measures to Prepare
HE CITES BELGIUM AND CHINA
All-Inclusive Arbitration Treaties
United States Has Entered
RETELLS HIS PANAMA EXPLOIT
RAM FRANCISCO. JU1T .1
Colonel Theodore Roosevelt ad
dressed the Panama-Pacific exposi
tion crowds today, on "Preparedness
for War." The speech was glveu
over almost entirely to that theme
and he set It forth with new em
phasis. "I firmly believe that there should be
universal military service for our young
men. on the Swiss model." said the for- j
mcr president at one point In his speech. (
At another, referring to the price which
Rclglum had paid because of its unpre
pnrednes., he said:
May Have to I'ay.
' Some day or other It may well be that
we shall have to pay on a tenfold greater
scale the same price for exactly the same1
reasons; and, if such should be the case. ;
remember, my fellow countrymen, mai
whereas the case of the Belgians exched
warm sympathy, our misfortunes would
excite nothing- but scorn and contempt,
for a rich, powerful, bonstiul people in
vllcs the ridicule of all mankind if,
whether from sheer silliness and short
bluhteUness, or from soft timidity, or
anil irwi.flv iAvnttnn in IhM
naterlal benefits of the moment, it fall. "lved In Omaha for the twenty
to prepare itself to defend its own right sixth National Saengerfest.
with Its own streng-th." i A big reception committee, re-
Colonel iiooseveit spoke derisively of enforced by bands of music, gathered
"elocution as a substitute for action - at tfae Un,on and Burllngton statIons
and In his arraignment of those who
stood in the way of preparedness for and greeted the singers as special
war, he said the professional pacifists, train after special train, gaily deco
the peace-at-any-prlce. non-resistance, rated, pulled in and disgorged an
universal arbitration people are seeking endless procession of singers,
to Chlnafy this country to reduce it to ,
the level of impotence to which old Parade Through Streets.
China sank." The average Chinaman. 1 w?n had arrived a prccess'on was
he said, had taken the view that China formed and paraded up throuji the gaily
was "too proud to fight," and "in prac- decorated streets to the ho r-j of th
...... h .vwiont 1,1. heirtv .nnrovil or Omaha Muslk vereln. Seventeenth and
thai abject pacifist song. 1 Didn't Raise .
My Boy to Be a Soldier.' "
Draoinm Peace Treale.
With all Tf hla old-time vigor Colonel
Roosevelt denounced ths
Etates bad entered Into and said that In
declining to apply their principle ln the
case of the Lusltanla there bad been
evidence of national hypocrisy or else
an utter recklessness of folly ln making
" ' . .
the principle In the Lius tanla caae, tne
colonTl agreed, but "a shameful thing to
have put ourselves In such a position
that it had to be repudiated."
The United State, had treated Th.
Hague convention, as mere "scraps of
pnJHr, lie Wlieil Liia uniwiiu n
made to ahow that our signatures meant
"I have a very strong feeling about
the Panama exposition," aaid Colonel
Iiooseveit in beginning hla speech. "It
wss my good fortune to take the action
In 1903, failure to take which, in exactly
the shape I took It, would have meant
that no Panama canal would have been
built for half a century and, therefore,
that there would have been no exposi
tion to celebrate the building of tho
canal, ln everything we did in connec-
tlon with the acaulrina of the Panama
sone we acted In a way to do abaoluto
justice to all other nations, to benefit all
other nations. Including especially the ad -
jacent states, and to render the utmost
senloe, from tha standpoint alike of
honor and of material interest, to tho
Ki.t.. I un Klad that thla la
tho cose, for if there wt re tho .lightest reported to be advancing to take poaes
taint upon our title or our conduct, it jl"n of the city.
v.-... k iwnn.r nd Rhm- General Acoata and Colonel Do I.a
ful thing to hold this exposition.
"The building of tho canal
(Continued on Pago Two. Column Two.)
Forecast till 7 p. m. Thursday:
For Omaha, Council Bluffs and Vicinity
Fair, slightly warmer.
Tempera! area at Omaha Yesterday.
S a. m..
6 a, m..
7 a. m..
8 a. m..
t a. m..
1A . .
11 a. ra.
1 p. m...
S p. m...
S p. m...
4 p. m...
i p. m...
5 p. m...
7 p. m...
S p. m...
Comparatlr Looal Record.
1915. 1914. WIS. M2.
Highest yesterday ....
Ixiwest yesterday ....
Temperature and precipitation deoar-
,.m the normal; LIMA. O.. July fl.-Reporta from Ken-
rfMene'rTTdav:::::.:: V, ton 'ay tb1 'vn K'ntuckr farm
Total deficiency sine March i 243 laborers. In the onion fields, embarked
Normal preclpluulon .'".Winch .In a oanoe during high watw and at-
fitaii;frir iSi-rrt."!--!- ls?h.' to Tha -no w-
Deficiency sinca March 1 . " a 'Sch tami cPmea- lt u all eleven
Deficiency for cor. period, iiii! i in Inches were drowned when their craft hit a
Def clency for cor. period. 113. 2.6J Inches ,nag. Tho marahe. are .till unl.-r water.
Reports Prom tatloaa at T P. M. although tho river Is In it. channel. Tha
ofu'.ThiL1 Temp. High- Rain-I water will not drain and will .imply
Cheyenne, clear ....
J'avenport, clear ....
" - . . mf, HI. H TBI!
'-es Molnea, clear..
IJodge City, part cloudy. 74
North Plaits ftmr 7
Omalia, clear . 75
Puobio, clear 7
Rapid City, cloudy 70
fait I-eke City. pt. cloudy
nt Fe. cloudy sj
Ulierldan. cl-ar 7
f loux City, clear 7
Valentine, clear Ti
"T" Indicates trace of nre(rltiin
It. A. WELSH, Local Forecaster.
recent great attack on the
division of German infantry
Omaha in Gala Dress for Opening of
Saengerfest fit the Auditorium
BANDS GREET THE VISITORS
A true "dcutche Wilkommen" was
given the thousands of singers who
C"8 treeU- aU w ln "Klines.
for a monster welcome,
Philip Handschuh and A. V. Geyer on
white horses headed the paradj. home of
the delegations had brought riirlr own
bands and these relnfoiced tie local
bands In dispensing music. Tha big Chi-
cago delegation earned :nauve colored
umbrellas. Others wore hats of special
kinds. At the lead the the parade tha big,
splendid banners of the various assocla-
tions were carried and big- American
j. . .... .u-
as tne trams am noi mi rn ni u'
same time, of course, onlyacompara-
Continued on Page Four, Column Four.)
TT 1 pQ prpr,o
i UtittiOO X I C Udl lilg
for Engagement of
NOGALES. Aria.. Ju:y 21. Anticipating
a battle between the Carrania and Villa
forces, opposite here, today or tomorrow,
residents of this town began to board
windows facing the Mexican border line
and to move furniture to cellars.
Governor .ose Maytorena, the Villa
leader, now lias 4,000 troop, ln Nogales,
i Sonora. All his artillery ha been re-
. moved from Uuaymaa, the west coast
I", which Is now undefended. The Villa
: troopa In that .action, including- those..
IdlspatChed to protect American settler.
'.from -Indiana In the Taqul valley, have j
I nvved aouthward, according to advice. ,
receivea nero louay. wnnHiraium
vega, juayiorena neuienams, arnvea i
; today from Villa Verde, where they ad-
, mil tney were aeieatea oy tne uarransa
; force, of General Ellas Calles.
In an Interview this morning May-
. torena reiterated his determination to
hold Nogales, hi. last port on tha bor
der, "at any coat."
DOUOI.AS. Arlr.. July ZL Report, from
Agua Plieta, Mexico, Indlcato thit
Carranza trorps are moving on Nogalea
today, although slowly, because of bridges
destroyed by tho retreating Villa force a
Representative of General CUlea .aid
M that when he established hla headquarter.
j2 there yesterday tho Carranaa leader.
tgl found evidence of much looting, partleu
S' larly ln the Chlneae quarters by tho
finals s.rrltnn n.i ha nth.. k.n
uovernor Maytorena. supporters say
.... To Calles executed thirty civillana on antar
.... 76 jn(r Cananea.
! It I. reported here that Chief Orbal.lo
.... 76 ' of the Yaq'iia, who waa .aid yesterday to
.... 75 be coming to Maytorena' aaslatanoe with
1.50U troopa, had refused to loava the
ELEVEN LABORERS REPORTED
DROWNED AT KENTON, OHIO
I have to dry off. Sanitary condition, are
!oi i appilllng.
SI NINETY DAYS FOR TRYING
t . TO ENTICE GIRL TO ALLEY
' Because of hla attempt t entice Mary,
jltha 13yaar-old daug'itcr of Oeorfce
Locorocco. 1314 Webster street, to entt-r
an aley In his company, ilarrv M'Ur of
Lincoln was sentenced to ninety days In
the county )ail
ON WARSAW This remarkable photograph, taken on one of the main road? followed by the Germans and Austrians in their
Russians, defendingthe road to Warsaw, shows a company of Austrian infantry lined up by the side of the road, whilst a
marches past to the battle line in front.
Most Reverend John Bonzano, Apos
tolic Delegate at Washington,
Here for a Day.
AMAZED AT WESTERN STATES
The Most Reverend John Bonzano
of Washington, D. C, apostolic dele
gate to the United States, arrived ln
Omaha with his party In a special
car at 10:15 on his way to the coast.
The party left Omaha at 4:20 p.
m. yesterday for Denver, thence to
Salt Lake and then to San Francisco.
The papal dulegate is making his
first trip through the west since his
appointment ln the United States.
In the party were Most Rev. John Bon
sano, apostolic delegate; Very Rev Francis
C. Kelly. Bev. Thomas D. Shannon, editor
of the New World of Chicago; Right Rev.
Bishop Glass of Halt Lake City. Rev.
Phillip Bernardinl of Washington. V. C,
and Rev. Oeorge Tyson of Washington,
D. C, secretary to tne delegate.
To Visit Coast Cities.
From San Francisco the party Is to go
north to.- Portland and Seattle. They
rlwrtcd f rorH Chicago, to which place tha
delegate had come a week before to at
tend the funeral of Archbishop James Ed-
WBtaho , Bunnell and Father EL Hugh Wabash railroad, a $220,000,000 corporation, and wire tapper.' ring by member, of ""hlj'ttt th 77U f V
ofte we, Tt the atauon to meet the 1 "' th hmmer ioT WNM P "WMment. who are acouaed of "tth.tl th. other r ar. Mlm.n. In
ueteiy were at the station to meet the i . . ...t,.. .... . suartor Cadr had a horsa shot from
party. An automobile ride about the city
. . . . . .... .
naa Dcen arrangca tor ana witn several
; car. at thelr disposal the party waa shown
aoout tne city. At noon they were the
guests of Bishop Scannell for luncheon at
tho bishop's home, 80s North Thirty-sixth
street During the afternoon Crelghton
university and other institutions of In
terest were visited.
"Oh. no, please let it go." This was all
Delegate Bonzano had to aay to a news-
, paper man who approached him for a
; short Interview. He was not in a mood
to talk on tha European war nor on the
Mexican situation. Neither would he talk
on the excess of rain in Nebraska. He
waved the Interviewer away and darted
for tho big automobile and waa gone.
Develops Great Men.
Nevertheless, ha had some good thing.
to say for Nebraska, Iowa and the cen
tral west In general, even if he did not
chooae t0 taIk ,hem dlrectly to lhe nfw
H, not refram from ex.
clamatIoni at tne beauty of the oountry
at UlU Um8 w()en warm humi1 ST0Wlng
weatlier ha crowd(,d ,Uelf upon the
noeU of abundant moture
This Is my first trip through tho
west," ho said. "I can see this 1. a won
derful country. I look out over the field,
and am forced to the conclusion that this
is a wonderfully rich country. And then,
there Is so much of the outdoors. There
is so much room, so much space. Indeed,
there must be a race of big and great
men developing ln uch a land."
New Machinery Will
Reduce Prices of
All Laundry Work;16
PORTLAND. Ore July 21.-Thc prob-It-m
of how to reduce tho cost of launder
ing, so that American housewives no
lunger oouia arrora to have tho work
done at home, occupied the attention to
day of the delegates to tho convention
of the Laundry Men's National Asso
ciation of America, now in aes-slon here.
Manufacturer told tha convention yes
terday that thla could b accomplished
by a new type of laundry maotltjury soon
to be evolved, and It was thouirlit by the
delegate that this machinery also would
do much In the way ot meeting the com'
Petition offered Uundrymen of America
Dy orientals, wno, is was declared, an
nually receive 40,000,X) for laundry work
done by them.
"In a few year the women tf merioa
will rise up and bless tha laundry man.''
said William E. Fitch cf La Balls, 111.,
president of tho association.
Taggart Tries to
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind., July ZL-Coun-s
I for Thomas Taggart. democratio na
tional committeeman i Mayor Joseph E.
Bell and more than 100 others charged
with conspiracy to corrupt the 1914 regis
tration, primary and election and attor
neys for the state today agreed to argue
a motion to quash the Indictments against 1
i the men next Saturday. The motion to i
i qumh Is halted on the theory that the
! indict merit does not state facts sufficient I
to conatliute a violation of the state crim
inal laws. It was stated-
Society Next Step in Coming Order
SAN FRANCISCO. July 21. Just In
terpretation of the ills of society Is tho
first step In the coining order of busi
ness, Rev. J. R. I'erklns, pastor of the
First Christian church of Houx City, la.,
proclaimed to his fellow liotarlans hero
tonight at the annual banquet of the
International Asportation . of Rotary
CluHs. lie argued for a slnKlo standard
of ethics In business as oxainst a code
wherein a man deals In ono way wlih
his family. In another with his ac
quaintances, and In a third with
"Paterhon. N'. J., Trinidad. Colo., and
Calumet, Mich., are anachronisms in a
new moral qpooh," he declared.
"For every III In tho business world,
there Is a came. Interpretation discovers
that cause. And the man or group of
men, whether of organised cat Ital ot
organized labor, that will not consent to
the decisions and findings of the larger
bodies of social Interpreters Is unsocial
and a menace to business development.
Sold to Committee
BT. LOU1B. July 11. Tha property,
franchises and all other rlshts of the
to th9 l0,nt reorganlaatlon committee f
tha mail's radltnrs under foreclosure
"V . .7 . .7. .
today to satisfy a ;W.0nWM0 mort-
" . --
UIiy UI iBW 1 VI K IB 11 UBlW,
The road waa knocked down to Robert
Goelet. who bid for the purchasing com-
mlttee of the joint reorganisation com-
mlttee. A. soon as the federal district
court, which authorlxed tho foreclosure.
confirms tha sale of tho road. It will
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i"K vBr i u 'r.
r,- ......lUn h...n. It. -
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termination of receivership then wi l be
Among tho New York-financiers who
attended the sale were Robert Goelet,
member of the reorganisation committee;
R. 11. NeUson, representing Kuhn, Loeb
and company, and Lawrence Greer and
Q. W. Murray, ot tho Equitable Trust)
Bidders were required to put up $1,-
700,000 or Wabash bond, to tha amount
T?Ptl1T"n tO Wnrlr
NEW YORK. July Irl Anno ir.cement
was made today by Jacob Fnnkn, at-
torney for tha Amalgamated Clothing
Worker, of America, that 11,000 of tho ,
H.OOO membera of the inlon, wL t went 1
on a strike last week, returned to work
today. In accordance with an tig-cement
reached late yesterday, with fie manu
facturers, by which an idvano it from
per cent In wage was inaoo. Tho
will return as soon aa sone neces
sary formalities are concluded.
The new agreement ".II cortinue in
fore until November 1, 1916. Members of
' Mayor Mltchel a board of nitration
were Instrumental in bringing rhout tho
E. W. HURST, ILLINOIS
FINANCIER, IS DEAD
ROCK ISLAND. III.. July a.-Elmore
W. Hurst, financial attorney and prom
inent democratic politician, died today"
..t v..u hi... it- .... c ... m
, Hur,t inlno'ia- cholce for vice presl
dent at tho Baltimore convention In 1902.
at whh.-h he was a delegate-at-large.
Members of the great
find Omaha decked out in
gala color to welcome
them. Our German Sing
ing societies here rank
among our pioneer musical
organixations and are
counted among our most
valued local institutions.
of the Ills of
"The speaker does not pretend to know
where the responsibility must be placed
for what happened In the silk Industry
of Now Jersey, the coal Industry ot
Colorado and tha metal Industry ot
MlchUan. But he does believe that It
tho spirit of Interpretation had been
brought to bear on the problems Involved,
thn Industrial war would have been
"The new moral note ln modern buel
ness Insists that men build their for
tunes, not at the expense of ono anothei,
but at the expense of nature.
"No dollar la a clean dollar that has
been made by the loss of tho arm or
the eye of a workman, when a machine
could have been guarded. The now busi
ness morn Illy Insists that before one
can be a model, he must opcrato a
model factory, store or mine.
"Tho new buslnena morality Insists that
our institutions bo not destroyed, but
that they be altered to meet changed
conditions In the social order."
Bertsch&Tells of .
Paying Money to
- Chicago Officials
CHICAGO, July XL-Further detail of
the alleged prot tlon of the clairvoyant,
"hared In tho profits
SWlnd Ilia: ooerntlons. were alven hv
' ' .... . , '
ChH,ln p. aaloon
u kA v., . . .
i-..t.a mm icri.iiiunj Wio; III IMQ '
trial of former Detective Sergeants Wil- too" command of affairs. Standing In
lhtm Kfear and Waller O'Brien, charged c,r ,,e addreaacd the crowd, telling
with ha-lng accepted brlbea. Bartscho thf, men they must remain orderly. He
al1 h fluently mad-, tour, of Inspeo- "' "n " h "U1 obey
tlon ot clairvoyant Parlor, and wire," h UP a major-
headquarters, which were operat- J' ... . , . .
ing under police protection. Sheriff KInkead spoks for half an hour,
ii.H . .it i v.. w.j .
Police Lieutenant Tobln ten yeara and
.. . . .. .. ... . .
mat one aay tne po'ice oniciat came toi" vuiu m nvvi me aiincuiiy.
'him and atked to have a clairvoyant
j,llown a ,;&ro Do Alvandro. taken
j told Xobln that I did not want any-
thing to do with his friend, but that I
could tako care of him," aaid Uertsche,
"Take care of whom?"
-Lieutenant I own. j agreea .to give
him SlOO a month, and I paid tho. money
about the first of each month."
Tobln Is under Indictment and 1 to be
tried soon. ...
The witness described how Mr Hopo
L. McFJdowney of La Croeee, Wla., and
Mr.. Mary K. Raph of Napervllle, III.,
had been swindled out of 15,V and fl.ftm,
; respectively, by the clojrvoyejht frauds
an1 tMtlf,ed Uiat h" had toi,x 'B"len
In advance that tho women wore to be
TJI V -- J A .
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho, July 21,-Au-
thorltles In command of rescue parties
searching for the kidnaper of K. A. Km-
i per, wealthy raiichman held for S'i.OuO
ransom, today refused the services of
several hund.ed volunteers, selecting 1 company was discovered In flames and
only experienced frontiersmen and cow- the building was vlrtualy destroyed be
bovs. j for tho fir could be controlled. The
Bloodhounds arriving from Bait Lake origin of tha fire ln unknown.
City were taken to the seen of the kid- Thla afternoon th 8tandlard Oil com-
raping In an effort to track tha ranch
man and his captor.
Indications were that tha kidnaper had
taken hi, victim In the direction of
Sheep mountain, a heavily forested hill
thirty miles from the srene of the action.
'. Kmner was forced at the Dolnt of a run
- ! f"m his ranch forty miles east of here
night, official believe the kidnaper
its Hugh Whitney, 'a noted fugitive from
Russians Sink Sixtyv
Nine Turkish Ships
Laden With Flour
PETROGRAD, July tl. Vla London.)!
-The following official communication
ha. been received from th. headquarter.
of th. Rusalan army In th. Caucasus:
Our destroyer flotilla dratrov.d . rinni
of sixty-nine Turkish sailing vessel laden
"A hat tie 1 rsglng In th direction of
Mush (Asiatic Turkey, elghty-thre mile,
southeast of Rrserum). Wa captured
' Naxyk in th course of th fighting."
' A dispatch from Kebaatopol to London
last tajht said that fifty-nine .ailing
j vessel had been destroyed by Russians.
ONE KILLED, SIXTY
HURT DURING RI0T8
Thousands Take Fart in Attacks on
Police at Tidewater Oil
COPS TAKEN TO THE HOSPITAL
TRENTON, N. J., July 21j Mayor
Pierre P. Oarven of Bayonne asked
the governor's office here today to
send troops to Bayonne. The re
quest was ont granted and no troops
will be sent unless a request comes
from Sheriff Eugene KInkead of
Hudson county, and then only after
every local remedy has been ex
hausted. On la Killed.
K.W YORK, July tl.-Berlous rioting,
ln which John Molosky, 18 years old, waa
killed, and nearly alxty mora or less
seriously Injured, marked the second day
of the strike of workmen at tha plant of
the Standard OH company of New Jer
sey at Bayonne, N. J. ' The orkera,
most of whom are of foreign birth and
unn-gnlfd, gathered at tha gates of
tha plant at an early hour and disorder
lasted until nearly noon.-. The polio say
several thousand tiaopla took part In tha
Of the fifty-three injured taken to tha
Bayonna hospital, fifty are man and
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unuor nun ana later narrowly eacapea
of . Hudson
county arrived ahortlv after noon and
and several tlm.. th. ,. A m.
.... . "
atemcnt.. especially hla promise to do
...... ... . ......
I A committee of three was appointed by
the men to meet Sheriff KInkead later
In the day.
There were three separata attack, by
tho rioter, today. Tho first, was at tho
fire house of an engine company and
ricre all the windows were broken, after
. which the crowd moved on and attacked
the police near the main gate of tho
Standard Oil plant. Three rioter, were
.injured by bullet. .
J The rioter, then went to the plant of
the Tidewater Oil company, half a mil
away, which remained in operation.
though the strikers had been led to bo-
llve that tho men there would Join them.
As they approached tho plant, l.SOO of
, the men there left their work and
I tne men mere left their work and
marched out to the crowd, but appar
ently thl did not satisfy the rioters, a
they made a rush at the police on guard,
i Tha moat serious fighting of th day
followed and It was during this attack
that Molosky was killed and a majority j
Th pol,oa t u u stated, fired
or in injurea received ineir wouna.
this had no effect they hot directly Into
the crowd. Even this did not slop the (
Muter, and the police were almost out or
ammunition when help arrived.
I Home time after thla fight occurred a
small office building of the Tidewater
pany officials landed 0 men from tug
at tha plant, presumably, deputies, who
will assist In guarding the worka.
The Day' a War News
IN TUB BALTIC PROVINCES tha
l.preasl. Uer... Co..
Hoard. Th eamaalga Is) thla lat
ter aaetloat la latrraretel fey salu
tary observers la capitals of tho
siteate allies as poaalfely iateaded
4a eat la oa Raaslaa liars of eoaa
anaaettoa and preveat aneoeaa
fal rrtreat ef the'r araulea from
th Warsaw rraloa.
tllTRO-tilCRXAN edraare (broach
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' COMTISH'KD ADVAISt ES fey the
Ilallaaa la ! Isoasa realoa are
reported from Rome, th moat But
able arala of srroaad feela oa th
Cora plalraa. Tha Aaatrlaa war
offlee, kowaver, dealr that lb la
vadera art anakla; prof rrai,
SOITII WALKS tOAL STRIH.B has
daflaltely eaded with th accept.
aaea by th salaers ! the satlla
Rttians Continue to Lose fjround,
but Advance of the Austro
German Armies is Now
SURPRISE NEAR IVANQ0R0D
Czar's Men Make Fierce Counter At
tack, but Are Unable to Recover
DRIVE TOWARD RIGA C5UTINUE3
LONDON, Julr 11. numore of
the fall of Warsaw are In circulation
'odar, but the latest communications
Trom both sides Indicate the Austro
Oerman rush toward the Polish cap
ital has slowed down. The Russians
continue to lose ground, but appar
ently the campaign has not yet been
brouRht to a decisive Issue.
The most important success now
reported by the Germans has been
won by General Von Woyrtch, south
of Ivangorod. This seems to have
been a surprise attack. The Rus
sians, who had heavy reserve In th
neighborhood, later delivered vigor,
ous counter attacks, but failed to re
cover the lost ground. Wlndau, ln
Courland, on the Baltic, Is definitely
In the hands of the Germans, who are
now within thlrty-flve miles of the
important Russian seaport ot Rigs,
nia Is Import mat Iolat.
Possession of Riga by the Germane
would force tho Russian armies near
Skavl! and Mltau to retreat, aa the Bal
tic port Is their chief point of supplies.
Tha ambitious advance of the Oermana
In the Baltic province Indicate they
hope not only to capture Warsaw, but
to cut off the retreat of th Russians
by placing force between the retiring
armies and Petrograd.
All these late advanoea plana Grand
luk Nicholas, tha Russian commander-
in-chief. In an embarrassing position. To
risk obstlnata resistance might Imperil
hla retreat, but It Is pointed out here
that such an extended Austro-Qorman
line may contain weak point agalnat
which a counter move might be made In
th hope ' of saving th Polish capital.
Military writer, assart that th presence
not only of landwehr, but of landaturm
troopa In tho German line, IndloaU th
control powtrs are exerting every re
source to crush lho-lanaiaii - -
Wine warfare along th British front
and Isolated action on th remainder of
th weitern battle line are not of uf
flclent Importance to distract public at
tentlun from th eastern campaign.
Th Italian are reported to have
waged a fierce battle yesterday all along
th Isonso front, with som auoces .on
tho. Corso plateau. ,
Raaslaam Make Klcbt Aaaaalta.
BERLIN, July n.-(Vla London.) A
dispatch to tho Lokal Anielgtr from.
Csernowlts, capital of Rukowlna, report
heavy fighting along the Dniester river,
near th Bukowina-Gallcla border. The
Russian, brought up reinforcement, and
made determined effort, to retake posi
tions on th left bank of tha river which
had been captured by th Austrian.
They war supported by heavy artillery,
but, th dlspatoh say, their attacks
gained them nothing.
Along th Bessarablan front also the
Russian are on the offensive, having?
made desperate attack during (the last
four night. Th succeeded lr. breaking
Into th Austrian positions In one place,
but the attacking forooe subsequently
were captured, and here, a laawhara,
the Russian were unabU to make gain.
Th battle of Monday night lasted si
hours, during which the Russians made
According to dispatches reaching Bar
lin, all tha official archive, ln Riga, the
Russian Baltic port now threatened by
the Germans, together with the mansy
of .tat bank and court record, were
taken to Petrograd Monday. Govern
ment official have been advised to be
ready to depart It I said more than.
(Continued on Pore Two, Column One.)
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