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Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - August 28, 1914, Wellsville, New York Two Oibntñ M CúW* WBhmvmL% NEW YÒ8M, March On Paris . ■ ' ■ I ' ' , ' \ ^ -- 'I „ , DEFEAT AND DRtVE BACk FRENCH AND ENGLISH IN NINE DAYS' FiGHrrao. r M0SS Held Oyt Ä HALFOFGARRISONOEAD of R iihiï»'« cast npola Tli« 1i>each. The Bséexîha« Iweû off the Delaware for more than a week lookltiit for ih« North Germfia Lloyd llmn<leiiburg; Which tfert Ute'fe with storéH. to «miVor (ierman warships. The Brandenburg Hlippf»<l down the r>ela\vttre «nit, ^sà^d oirt the break- ÎÔÎ18 of "coal. 8hp hu« boen re* ported captured by the nrlttHh crutHèr DotiORaK . The ruroor htta' not b«»«« connritted at the niaritlm«« exchan«©i She left Orpenwich coal pierR at ^ o'clock Friday ' aitertiooii. but Was lifeld up half n milei below LeagUf Ta. land imtil iiaturday; «itjen th«* voyage was resumed. The d^nartur« of thé German ship was wlrplpssod to Brlt^ l«h cnilaftrs. Berlin, Avig. 28.—tWireless to Associated Press). . War Headquarters h^ issûed an oificial report declaring the western enemy is everywhere defeated and in full retreat after nine days of fighting. General VanKluk who defeated thé English at Manbeuge, renewed the attack today and threatened to surround it. Generals Von Buelow and VonhaUE^sn completely defeated the Franco-Belgians with' about eight corps, between the Zambre and Namur and the Meuse in several days fighting and are now pursuing them ea';tward towards Maubeuge. The attack on Maubeuge was opened by Grand. Duke AIVrelit who pursued the enemy across the Zamoaa and the Meuse, '■''he German Crown Prince is advancing teward Meuse and the Crown Prince of Bavaria repulsed the attack from the south. General Von-Gerringen continued the pursuit southward through Vosges. Four Belgium divisions attacking Tuesday and Wednesday from Antwerp ticipated were ci= lied out to-guard the"ffiean5"of cômmùnicatTo^^ The populace has full confidence that the task on the west linel will be speedily finished and that the victorious German armies will ihen Tnake_shCT_:iyork-Qf clearing German soil of the Russians. It is difficult to describe the fierce exultation of all classes in Berlin over the news of the British revers« at Maubreuge. It is reported that part of the British force was» shut in at Maubreuge. Rosslan Plunge Into Germany Siili Going On.. *.....',' "!............ ENGLISH ADMIT HEAVY LOSSES. lioruloii, Aiifr. —IVcniicr .Nsquitli ahnonncctl tfxliiy tluit ilu' l;rjj_js!i ton;*'« f>n Winlm-sday w<"n' cxpofsiMl tu atlju-k" i!r<mi .iiv».v(U'rnu«n íiríiiy (MU"|»s. TIm! Iusst>?< on l)ofh .si<i('.s wrrc iwavy. . TO ADVANCE ON PARIS i.otitlon, Anjr. 'JH.—('oimuciitiiifi to<iay f)U Wars Progress." IIm'. DailyCjininicl»' says: "ThtM-«' is no loiijrcr any si'rious forlilic«! • »bstii«-!«'laM\v('('M llu'(ît'rinait ailvaiHM' uiul Paris.'' ARMIES SURROUNDED BY GERMANS a 'liff , --------- ■ W.Msliinirlou, 'iS.— Tiir Kn-ufii and Kiigiisli Norllj aniiit's un Zanilnv au<l tin' M<miso arc sji.rnnindod i)y fii-rinans ori all sidiN as a ri'snlt oi" Un» latest ii«^litinjr. So says a wireless niessuf?e from Berlin ¡u :jie (Jcrnian lMn))assy. The inessas'e a(l<ls that the Frein-h east anny Sv.is partlV «Iriyen south. This has ptvvet»t<^tl einiinuinieutiou h^^^^^^ l' reu<'h Kiist .\(jrih ju-niiiiH. wliile all the (Jernian armies are in ■ /enitai'l i'rotn Cambi-ai throu}ih njiper Alsace. The (Jerman eavahV has adyaijU'etl io Oslr-nil. , City of Leuvian Destroyjed ,.......- Tile civilians oC Lenvian Belijinm. made a perlidions attack on the «'.•¡■Mtnn trnopN wliile Jifrhlinf?. Louvian was punished hy the dt-strne-1 ioii oi the city. TO MARCH ON BERLIN I'ii'i'is Auîi. A Russian n»ililary .attache here is credited with t.'x'sl.if«'men1 that additionar Ru.ssia.n arinie.s -are about to enter V. eslcrn l'rnssi;í- wiíh the intention of.mai'ehiníí on lii'rlin. GERMANS ATTACK BELGIAN CONGO. BfllllSq HAVE FIERCE FIGHT. Franeh Troop« In Vogea District Have Oriv«n Isack the Germana Who, on Wednesday, Viad Forced Them to Retire on the St. Ole Side—Belgian Field Army Attached to Namur Has Joinedi the French Forces—New -.^French Cabinet Preparing for Na tional Oenfense. Paris, 'Aug. 28.~-Tho following offl dal bulletin was issiiea by tne war office lust nl^bt;.............. Ijj-^ ■ dl.strlct our troops e«uni«d-ihe offensive aTJ'd drove back the Oermans, wUo. " yesterday, had lorced them to retire ou the St. Die side. , "The German's yesterday bombarded St. Die, an uuiortified town. "in the region between the Voages and Nancy our offensive movement i.aH continued nninterrviptedly tor tlve days. "The (Jernian losses have been considerable. Two thousand iiye hundred bodies were found on a front of three kilometers, southwest of >Jancy and 4,500 bodies oti a front of four liilometers in tiie region of Vitrimont. "Longwy, a very old foriresg, ^ the garrison of which consisted of onl.v one battalion, which lia.«} been boni-l)arded since Aug. 3, capitulated after holding out 24 days. More than half the garrison were l4ÌfttHr~r)"r"Woimdeil. "Lieutenant Colonel Darcho. governor of liongvvy, has been nouiinated an oflicial of the I..egiou of Honor for ■heroic conduct' In the defense of Longwy. - - "On th« Meu.se our troops have ro-pulised with great vigor several tier-man" attacks.. A German flag was taken. "The Belgian field army attached to Namur and a French regiment which supported it have joined our lines. : "In thè north ihe-BritisTrWve'attacked, forces greatly superior- In numBer which wére obliged, after brilliant resistance, to withdi'aw a little in'the rear of fheir right. "Our armies maintained their positions In Belgium. The army of Antwerp by Its offensive has drawn off and held before it several German divisions. "The events of yesterday in the region of the north have' neither imperiled nor modified the arrangementii made In view of the future development of operations in the region btir tween the Voiges and Nancy. . "Our troops continue to progresé." The, new cabinet for national de fense met and decided to make a dec laratlon to the' i»eople-of France,: par? llament not being In session. COAL FOR ^i^KA SEIZED Cargo of Canadian' Pacmc Steamer Loaded . on British Cruiser. Ketch'.kani Alaska, Aug. 28.—Coal en route to this port on the Canadian Haclflc freight steamer Princess Ena wa? seized by the British government Bt Fi'ince Hupi'rt and is being loaded there on board the criji«er Rainbow, Mshermen say the tiernnan cruiser Leipzig iK cruising about Dixon en-tranc»! and within fiO n iios of Prince iRupert. The Hrit!«h hospital slilp Princ» George'came to this port and askod to Have her tanks filled with fuel oil. I>6p1ity Collector of Cu.«itom,s Dobbs refused to allow her to take any oil until lie had commnnlc.at^d with Washington, and the Prince George was perinltted to take 2.i0 barrels. This amount. It was estimated would put her ,,back' to Prince"TTupert.'Wdifi vVhich port she Tiad' salT^d: She had harrclB. Púi'Íh. Au<x. 'is. -A dispatch to the líavns A}íen<>y í'rom Libreville, l'î-cnch (\>iji«ío, says He1}íian Coiiíro has been attacked liy lije (ìernians Heíifian adiniuistratioii has taken defensive measnn's. GERMANS INVADE FRÁNCE. Tlio Canadian revenue ciifîer Kgerla called at Suìzer, on Prince of Wale» Island. Repkinp coal. Movements of Wilhelm Der Grosse. New York, Aug. '¿8.--The last prev ious information of ti»e Kaiser il-iieirn der Grosso's movements In dis patches was a cablegram from Las Paimas. Canary Islands, on Aug. 13 when the captain of the British Hoval Mail steamship Alli.tnza from Buenos Ayros, from Southampton reported that his vessels llad been »topped off Cape Blanco. Morocco.. The Kaiser Wiliieim der Grosse's comman der asked the- British • captain if he iiad any women and childriMi on board. On receiving an atllrniativo reply, the German commander ordei ed that the Allianita's wireless equipment be thrown overboard. When this was done she was allowed to pro coed. Socialists Rally Around Kaiser. New York. Aug. 28.- German social Democrat newspapers arriving here declared -the Socialists party and those who call tliemselves spcial Dem ocrats are Ughting against "riussian despotlsni" and that the fear of tiie Czar of Russia has rallied -them arotind the kaiser against the rest of Rurope. - Interesting side lights on on the-Sotiialist attitude lowiirds the war are shown. One paper speaks of the kalaer as a "prince of peace" say Ing he has shown himself the proteo-tor of universal tranqtiility. RED CROSS NURSE: Man]^)Brjtish Women Voíühteer to Care For Ttie Wounded tn Betoitim. «11 THEIRATTITlll Will Beeuhe OBlook8r$i ,6! I9t4, by Amcricmii PreNH AHSovlitUon. Tltl» Id on«» of tJ>it rt^l pic,turMi to rM«-U Am«rlf« «howlnir a<iuat no«»n»H« in Un» »crt'iil K\»rnpfnn i»oti«li(H. H^r* Ik An Ena-USK R^d ri oÄVi -'nüriirirí "miÎÎitïûïïi^ïiOli B (n r>up or'Bi>falâii «olfllem. 'Hnnd.rîSf» ' ymri ^Mtulrfrt« iif ymniir v vOtUH' '4- t««r«a tlisir ««rviCM for thts work. ~ PiNé'nkÊ^H fail fti^ki^ coiumltlee -oi;ji Itavt thai lite c|ml«reiiee , s, iimiïK mWi^i ünited ÍCla*a; cçwiferollen. Jolitt W , "Jiafn, fôasëKi < trisaiiüireí» • Mümer[ NIÂÏ UTEB HEU* MIITISH. 0jr^«ee¡ wcr^twr Matrt«» . J. Murphy, If Osrn,.«. Still Menace the J»e«fcé ol ^ Far East After Kiao Cho« Is Taken i B«tt<»r dlimt«»íoá''f<rtÍ»W«a, . ' Japan WUf Consult British and! frleivl» trjfing to bioc^ fhe .A" "" ' " Might Co-Operate In Driving Qer- of siate: lilt»..^Äert-tea» jstkapede- th« .cttnference «ri,, dore Roosèvelt, but Chahnwax'Ä told the c^ «on blocked that; Hé ference. that under no a ndittoiä« «r«^ Mr. Roosôveît accept á^.tiotrilnatr^ii., " ^ , ; Th« «Ofí-word platform called an. dres« to the pei)ple" adopted Tokio, Aug. 28. -Vuklo Ozakt. min Ister of juatlce; described Japan'a attitude In the war as foliowa, "When Japan captures Kiao Chuu and hostilities in the (Miina-and Japan seaa are over, come an «MHooker, ir tne war lo KU j ^^^ „„rphy and rope Htm Ik in progress ^t that time. ^^^^ ^^^ more ^ If, however, tlie Germans atiil re-, ^^^ ^^^^ j^jj. , tain a alandfng in the South fj«»-j eorrldoi-« of Utfi «fai« ^^^ which menace the peace or Jhe ii^flt. ^^^ ^^ mmm ^ Japan. In accord«nc.p with Anglo-IapJ j, UotchkiriB and wjw »ppfK^M W aniniif'« wntild r-nnHiOi (Ir<»flt _ . . >_ ' - • - X. V . 1 • Progressive- «tate conference yèst^" Japan wl 1 stand «sute and be- ^ |«»4..tWé . an onlooker, if the war Jo Kh- Miimhv mnA Mk' " anese alliahce wonld connult. Great! Wi^ri^tt. Britain and might co-operate m drlv- .........-.-' ■ - - Ing Gertnans out of the Orient." A decree announcing the period ofl j, Market In Bail Shape, service of the offlcera of the »"f Wa4m8Von. Aug. 2ti.r-Speaktog »ft . division ha., been HXtenoeo indeftniu-j ^^^ eondltioa of the dye market.fR^: ly ha. been published In the official - Herman A. Ma«, ti4k « '-M «gazette. " Action of Austria a Surprtse, -vThe"d«oiaratl<m-^f' wttr -h^'-'Atretrt^ "wjjra smrprîgé tô-Jâpanem» panicnlaF" ly ■ since it -fotlüWl^i close upoti ofTlcial .inuounccmont that ihe Aus^' trlatt- cruiser Kalserlñ Eiixabolh iiad very glòotny View of the aílOJgittó», âftjf*" ; ing In^ the . will he e*h»üHt«d-íf thi- t3ëhn«tt stpoit of dyes and chemical» la not mad» ■ : ■ .V WAR BULLETINS The Kaiser Wllhclm der Crosse u&h '»ecu siiuK oif the \\cKt coast of Africa tiy the British cruiser Highflyer. The Dutch chamber has passed a credit of, S.OUO.OtiO, florins ($2,0«o.00t)) lor the purpose of malntaing neutrality. The gold in the Berlin , Relchsbank amounts to |?.»2.000.000. Thus note circulation la - $1.000,000,000 and private deposits amount to $655,000,000. An .official dispatch from Kragujo-vatz. Servia, states that the Austrinns liave evacuated Nowawarosch and an» ri'ij'oatiug out of the Banjak of Nobla. /.ar, * ( ' The Norwegian steamer -Gottfried has been blown up in the North sea by couiiup in contract with a floating Aline. Eight members of her crew-lost their lives. Tension is so acute in Constantinople that diplomats there fear Turkey may at any moment be drawn into the general European war on the side of Í!-Crílianx:and_.AuHtrLa,^._________ rían. cr-uiHer Kaíserin ^merica very quickly ' been order,mI to d smantle. at 'I sing ^ ^ Tao. Austria has always been regard- .. „ ^ ed as friendly to Japan and has amali Intprests lu-the Far East. Thé Aus-♦ rian ambassador. Baron Altiller de Szentgyorgy, who was recalled, is popular in the Japane.He capital. Comnnmlcatibu with (*htna Ik cut off, but assnrancefl have been recelvwl by the Japanese governntfint fr^i Pekllt that the Chinese satisfied wltii Japan's pleàges safeguarding Clvinese as well a« BrlttsU intcrcKts. the biR commi^rdsl problm« of tÌMi. war." Jap» Clear Waters of Mlnè», . . The Japanese fleet ont&id< Xlé» Chou la clearing; the walcra, abont Om (îermran poi-. of tulnea. jlarg« ttnmbd» of which have been planted'«^«»tly and no attempt will be troops or take active tn« Kiao. Chou outaid«! of t»e presetttr b":clîaîU' until c-augcr to war Vatsiil«': Dr. Sun Yat Sen, one of. the'best I and trani^rtá hai» h««n éUmimvêâ. known of the t^hnH^^e leader», opposed to iTesldent Yuan ijhlh Kai's gov-•rnmcnt. Is no\v in Tokio. He is Huoted as saying that he 1« satisfied io await ijuietly the developments ot the present .situation, believing that the real intenjHtH of China would best he preserved by internar peace, it is boiicvcd here Japan will control the chief Chinese leaders who aré opposed to Sun Vat Sen to prevent insurrection In the present crisis. A dispatch from S«>oul, Kowsa, «k-.i , nounce« that Dr. Krtte««r, tj^amùf'?-^ cnnriul at, Seoul, left for Yokoham». with hi«'staff. Conni Von ftéx^ ififft ' ; ' Herman ambassador at ToTiio, witJi the various German consuls »ail« from, . Yokohama iron» herè- tomorrotr. Appeal I» made in the offici^! ipt* .. zette at Seoul to th« people ot Kortk. lo give the fullest protection-to CfelP-' mans In Korea. Fresh War Pictures From Ettro®? Buns With His Severed Arm. Paris. Aug. 28. - A colonial trooper among the woimded brought from front) declared that he felt notli when his arm was shot ojT by a .«ihell until he saw it lying on the ground. Not being able to bear the thought of leavlg it, as he-expressed, it, as "meat for tht^ Pniasian dog«;" be picked if up and ran severai yards with It before he was overcome. WAR SHIFTS RAR^RADE South íjondon, Atií?. 28.~An Kn^'lish correspondent at hille. say« the advain-e giuu,'(Lü:^Üuv.Qerntans are-ni^wTil and ^Tii 1 vhñ'írrn^CFmi^^ FoF iTi 11 (r<Íepñrhiu»nt n ord. AUSTRIA DECLARES WAR ON BELGIUM JOFFRE APPLAUDS BRITISH Pays Fine Tribute to Soldiers Under Field Marshal Sir John French. Loudon, Aug.' 28.~The ofBclal bureau Issued the following bulletin last night: "General Joffre has sent the following dispatch: 'Field Marshal Sir John I'Yench did -not- hesitate to throw his whole strength against Steel Corporation Gets Big American Order. iPUtaburg, Aug. I'ii.—Shut out from the European markets, South Amerl* can steel purcha.sers are turning to this covmtry to secure steel and-Iron. This fact was demonstrated yesterday when the United States Steel i^roducts company, the export department of the United States Steel corporation, received an order from a South American railroad, calling for , ^ , loo miles of go-pound standard pec-forces of greAt_nume_rl.cal_auperlorlty44ion ratls^—----^«i»««Q-^-ec- Ltnidnu,'Aiijï. 2H.—A new.s dispatcli from Home, says Austria has declafe<l wîir o!i lieljiinni. the American ininister in Bel«iiuu has been ked lo take char^'e of the Austrian iítíehísts libero. SERIOUS STATEMENT IF TRUE. Wnshijtíílon. Au«. 2H.—Fratvce has stihmittod to the - rnittnl- nfr^ In dolilg 80 he contributed tn a most effective manner to secure the left ilabk Of Ihe French-army ana exhibit. devotion, energy and perserver-ahce, to which I mtist pay my tribute. Tuese qualities will show again today and will make certain the triumph of our cause; v'The F'rench army will never for-get the service rendered to It. That army Is Inspired by the sanie spirit of j^lfi-sacrlflce and deternithatlon to conquer which animates the F3rH:lsh ^nd will make good-Us-debt ofngratt^ tud© In the battle of the near fn- liie eniía«Jíeínent at M on nel, a Oerntan otHicer fired at three* red "cnSss litirse.H, killin«» two and woiindiiiR the third. - là WIRELESS STATIONS STILL UNCENSORBD Ht'p.i'etary Brj-an tdkiijr m the een«f>r8hip of-tha 0tirmftn j>wni»<l wixe-lewstatioûi ......^ ture.' *• MAY HAVE HAD NAVAL FIGHT Britlkh Crulsiir Essex and German Cruiser Bremen May Have 6een ingaged. tie 1» believed to have been fought uifl! C»pe Henlopeot betwem th« Brit Sir 'i'tioinas Siiaughuessy, president of the- Canadian "Pacific- -liaii announced tl\at the- directors of tlie notM"!iny lave volA'd to contribute $1.000,000 of the Canadian patriotic fund wliich Js being raised under the prosiiliMiry oC iht--' Dulie of Connaught, It is annoniued that during the ro-cent operations in Togoland. one British onintT and two French oOSCers and 12 Hritl.sh and 16 French native troops wore killed.. Three British and two French ofllcers and 24 British and 2ft Fri»nch native soldiers were woundjed. Uispatohfes from Antwfepp report tjiat the Frenclu English and Riisslan ministers to Belgium made a cpUectlv*. communication to the Belgian foreign minister expressing, their Indignation agaiajit._t4l^ iiLte.inii;„Qf . Jhe Zepp le I in to take tlie lives of the king and the royal family. Austrian reservists are massed on the border and are entrenched In canips which have been formed In the Tyrol,, where the fortltlcatlons have been strengthened with feverish haste and new guua added. Noncombatants have been warned to prepare to evac uate the Tyrol. Italian sitnntion la important again. ^'ñly^Vas "sumnüVntMOuñ' reservists to the colors atuMhe Austrtans aré re- Might Be Called Cause and E^sà Practically all of the rails from the . , ^ .. . ^ tountry to which this order will go '"'^'"'^ niohlU/.Ing iroôp« on the have in the past eóme from German "''»l'«-"Jl^«"'!®-''-' » «'vident that the V relattfMis betw'ieen the t%vo countries are becoming| niore «traine«! every hour. I No official nîotice, of any importai^t change In the military B,ltnatiôn eithïir King of Roumanla III. Rome,, Aug. »--King Charies -of lloumania, is reported to be 111. It is reported, that he will probably abdl-. cat<^. King Charles Is abotxt 75 years of age..: ,HIb wife is Queen. Ellzibeth, better known, perhaps, under the nomo de plume of "Carmen.- Sylva.'- They have no children and the heir to the throne Ì8.„Eilnce~Chitr4eft,- nèohew of the king, who was born In 1893. in • Belgium! Ar l^rralue ha& been Issued since yesterday'morning. The great bpttle is still going mu The fiermans are believed-: to-lm-'engaged .in..a5_ait«cliLien. luasse on thfe Fr army, which Is in strongly defended j)_QiiLtiima Kills Vicious Cow With Sitíele. Olassboro, N. J., Aiig.'.28.-When a vicious cow turned upon-his wife at their b'pme In Chesnut Ridge, Paul Mras using a Jtck[e at the time, atid M^li this h» atlabked the cow wItH qn neuiopeu uuiweeu lue »rn« t—. . - r — - a, m .cttiÌM^ Bl«i«x and th. Ctomiua vipr tb4t he kÙled ^hi^ The othclal bureau In London an nounced that Wedtiesday at SkulifO-ge\l. a RjnaU Danish i*land„ a ship was blown up by a German mine on the trade -route to Ne^ Castle, about 30 miles from the coast. Yeaterday at the sann? place,- the Norwegian ship wer« also destroyed. The total loss of Ufe fa thesei fieutral ibl^ (¡aniiot y«i ÍM lully ettiittftted.
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