Evening public ledger. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, September 17, 1914, Page 2, Image 2
wiWuimti'1 i i 1 'EVENING LEDaER-PHILADELPlTlA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBEB 17, 1014. BATTLE OF AISNE BECOMES GIGANTIC ARTILLERY DUEL WITH GERMANS ENTRENCHED' fiR.ilnst tho Amiens army, whether It Is only his late Amicus garrison or new supporters, or whether Von Kluk lias wheeled his right north In n. sharp curve. "Tho western Kronen army has passed ea"t and southeast of Amiens, tflnp- pontoons over tho rlVer where the bridges have boon blown up. I could get near enough only to make certain that the Krenrh lines had been advancing east since eterdny, presi lnpr on to St. Quentln. "Turcos and Koiiavcs nie now pour ing up tho AinlenS'St. Quentln line In great heart atid hope. Uul the march Is fatiguing and he roads heavier after the rains." ALLIES' ATTACKS FAIL, SAYS OFFICIAL REPORT UiailMX. Sept. 17. Th s odle'al announcement was mndo her today: "Tho nttactts of Ute allied Urlttsli nml French forces on our front con tinue without success. Some ndvan tttges have been Gained by our troop3, but they will riot press tho offensive untr the- enemy has exhausted Itself. "The rapidity w '.th which the Uor-ma'- armies nceom -' shed the Invas'on of T'rance m de It nccrsnry that they shtu'd be given a brief respite. This they nro oblolnlng." Tho General Staff today declared the French attack Is spent nnd that th German po3ltons are well maintained Meanwhile, all needed supplies are Ile itis concentrated nl tho fiont. Tho oillclal announcement declares that tho Trench are everywheie again , on tho defensive and that at no poin' of the line arc the Herman force threatened. Tho investment of Paris it 1 "Unted, while temporarily ha'ted will take place when tho present cam I .Mgn Is comp'etcly worked out. VICICTY ALONG KNTIRE LINE, DECLARE FRENCH UOIID13AUX, franco, Sept. 17. Tliat the French arc nguln wlnn ng a decisive victory all along the line in the third gient battle of the war. was the dcc'a'at'on today of Minister of War M.ller.fd It has been in rrogrcs since Mfii day and has been na nod the batt e of tho Atsno Up to the present tho French havo had the advantage. There Is no "tte -j.t to minim's" the strength of the Oeimans or to be lieve that the war is now going to constitute a series of successes for the allies. SIEGE OF VERDUN RAISED, 8 Via YAR OFHtO BORDEAUX Thu French 7B-mllInietre nrtl'.lerj has been wonderfully effective. They have consistently smashed the Her man heavy artillery In every duel t date and have the advantage of bo Ing easily masked. Keports fro.n the battle now ir I regress indicate that these guns hae now been brought up nil along th French contie aid right and are be ing used Willi de d'y effect. All of the loiotts received ly th General Staff here indicate that Gci eral Jc ffre has outguessed the Ger man General Staff. I " j 6 Z '' "- v jr --"l I PRESENT GERMAN LJL'-E ' ?. 'jjAMnn ' -r ' line, mmn e NT' ' , I EXTREME LINE. -." O C"' sH '.," ' '2 novon Tovg&OUN no , ' J 5 f i ,i . '''V pabis to uaon 75 m i -ik Jr a V, sl . f, ' B ' LAONroNAMUR 90M. J T k f f ' " , ?-" J PRIStDMETZ. ,8oM. -. ' . ' I I ' ; ,n M s -I. .'' .. rf , ?,k , vV '; i . tfr AMIENS & ' ,',:, ,,. i- ' O , t: , . J? , ' X J M . ' . rtfrA "-t""' V y . ' ?.V SONTD.D.ER C l7 Vi4'pJN - vv. ,. X WwC7 FERE . LAqrf ::vftl0HVf. USS H Skt "'f' flOVTn, . So0" WSw ciWu,Ns ocycowr A-?C WUK Crown Prince's Army Forced Back On Headquarters at Montfaucon May Move Up Meuse Valley. " PAHIS Sept. IT. That the Germans have been compelled to raise fie siege of Verdun was con sideicd certain hero today, when oftli'iai announcement was received from Bor deaux that the Crown Prince's army rad again been forced to give Ground beforo the combined French central arm.es. Tho nnrmM centre has been shoved north ami cast of Varennes, and ITT TT ,iiUi j DITX Ll miaj Uii'lii UfiJiiiiJiD, OEY A YOOSGSTER ihs f rca battle line where tha Germans are mak'nr; a stand and along w Ji tremendous battle s now raging, runs from Noyon, on the Oisc, to near Verdun, 110 miles almost due east. The Germans have been forcsd back from their positions on the Aisne to points north of it and their counter-offensive a;.a .:st he Engl sh and French troops has failed, the Allies holding their o .n and inflicting heavy losses on the German commands, which have been reul eJ all along the line. New Ruler, Only 18, Made Persia's Head Amid Pic turesque Scenes Ascends Throne of Exiled Father. KWY-SIM, EOEI'JZED, CALMLY IATCH HOSTILITIES btated at General Gallienfs headquarters that the lattle lino o the army of the I-OXDON". aept. IB 'J he iccent crown Ins of the ,uun Sultan ..limed .Miizb .ib Phnh ol Peisa ai Teherai. provided n . p.uuuld fcpeuiawt. .nnd the outluul lulor, iiiou-li tMiilntlnK some shjntss, went lurough the ceremony with u noleinn dig nity. Ahmed Mlrza. who Is only IS years old succeeds to a dark heritage. Ills lather Mohuinnitd All, was 'Mi.i after a Biioit .tin 01 misrule, unrt his son hus now it ( l to BUlde tho destinies of u country deep 11. l I u, ..,,., I., fn , ... , , "hh" 10 JIUilUIUll IlMlt'Jl-IlUelCO But tilt new Shan has been carfull tunned for his position. Iteeently he ha? i,i, t nnw ranidlv encroach- ' u'duously auendtd the Cil.lnet coun heir is. now rapidly tneroaen (3 nU( carcru; atudtld aa lhe ,!oxcrn. Kaiser's incr on hla headnuarters at Montfaucon. It Is expected that he will now be compelled to move his headquarters to the Meuse River on 'he direct line to the Stenay gap. At all other points on the line it Is stated the forces of the allies are holding fast, although It is admitted that the Germans have now been heavily rein forced and are making a. determined stand. INFANTRY DECIDES BATTLE While there have been many discus sions as to tho lelative value of the different brandies of an army, theio U no doubt, according to a writer In the peelal war number of th ScientllH Vmerian of September 5, that It Is the nfantry that wins battles. Willie it is I robable tho success of s jattla will depend to a laruo extent ot. tho support of the field artillery, It l certain that tho principal and most im portant arm is the Infantry, which in practically every case must decide th Until Issue. Tho cavalry may be the first to be drawn Into a battle, and the artillery may destroy the enemy's artil lery, hut a battle Is never won until th Infantry has driven back the enemy' lines. Tho usual mod of advancing for the Infantry is to deploy them in a lln with a lone Interval between ea"h fco'.ditr This, naturally. Is for the purpose of offering a smaller target for the enemy It makes it more difficult, however, for the lea Jem to keep as good contml over the men, and for that reason one of the objects of fle'J oiillleiy In to matte the enemy s troops deploy early. The Infantry auldier Is armed In all the countties with a rlflo and bayonet The rillo is the weapon upon which re liance Is placed, the bavonn being usl only as a lait means, when In 8 hand-to-hand en otii ter with tho enemy. Machine Guns Destructive of Xlfe Mun reports of tho war In Europe i peak uf the terribly destructive fire of the machine guns. With each regiment of Infantry there belong a platoon or ciinicaiiy equipped with two or four ma chine gun3 Theo machine guns gen orally die the same ammunition as is used for the rl"e of the army, but Are It .-emi-HUtomatlca'lv from clips or belts rontnlnlng 30 to JV) rounds each The most notable of theee machine guns ore the Hotthklss (French) and Vlckws lUnKlibh) the former firing from dips containlnir 30 cartr'dtfes and the latter firing from bells containing 2V cartridges. The rae of hre of these guns Is about 4W to art sho's per minute These rife an transported cither on light wheeled mount or packed on mules or horses Their prime object Is to be able to take up a position and be able to cit liver an overwhelming volume of Are where e'led Kppa lep-a nixev the well-known Unl verklty of Virginia athlete has received more ailverMsi nwnt out of winning his Feronrt b fix' of the season than Alexan der d d for conquering for the twenty fourth time Which proves that extremes pre sure to meet, oven in the various Lulls of fame. ment leports. Coui t tti-iuette nnd v,.ut em habit he has learned limn Fmicl tutors; Kurupean mllitury experts havi m deot, which la m: ng u last do-peratc tialned turn In ml!ltar selomo and how to ho.d himself well on horsebatk. II. hns eom through a course ot militan urlli. and fences well. His European pro ttssots have also taught him Trench and Russian, nnd Instructed him In tne ele ments of international law. Tho long course of stud h.ts not been wasted oi Ahmed Mlrza. who is er intelligent His uppoarnnce is not nt first slanco irn pressHf. Ho is short and already cr stout, detplto an aotlio Pie. and he ha closo-sot eys and .i diuoi.ing mouth: but there is determination In his chin and r dawning Itnpcrlou.sncss in his manner. The young Shah did not tako klndls to his position. Wh,.n lie was choten to succeed his father. In 19i9, when the la' ter ubdic-ated and lied the cupltal, it Is reported that lie twice attempted llight from the palaco to Join his lather and mother, and when his escape wni pre vented he told his guardians thai he would kill himself. He cried bitterly when he was taken from th Itusslan I,ega tlnt., where his patents took refugf, to b pr'.ilaimed by tho Hegent and the Na UonalUt found!, but In the Intervening jeurs he has grown reconciled to his des tiny. The Hhah drovo to the Marble Palace where he was awaited by the clerg, th. ffreln diplomatic roprcsontatlves and member of the JleJUss The princes won the long white turban used on the or-rnslonu only, many of tnem nhlnz iuHIi jt w U, while the statesmen wore jewel led shawls Huge swords were raised In grwtlng by the princes nnd military oill clal as tne Shah entered His Mujest slowly ascendid richly carpeted step3 to a due, on which ho att oil nbove the head of all those in tlwi hall. Tw. itatesnien placed upon his heal tne ma n'flcent crown, glittering with diamond-, pearls, rub'es, sapphires and emeralds an I th3 assembly knolt whllo their crowned ruler murmuied a prayei. Tlier the most noble of the fot'rti'rs proflalmM1 tbe nitory of the Kalar dvnasty, tin crown was removed from the Shah's head, and the members of tho bri'llant throng, with their swords high in th air shouted, "Long life to tlie K'ng of Kings' a lengthy "salaam" followed, and th Khali who throughout the cere monies dlsplavrd some of his natural Shyness, letirel later to tho IJadghlr Fulaic. A Heutar message adds that before the ccnrluflon of the crrcmonj the Shah re moved the Imprlal crown nnd donned a turban with the Paria-I-Kur diamond In the aigrette This Jewel is thought to be tdenttcul with the, Great Mogul dia mond When the coronation was com pleted the Shah travo audience to the diplomatic carps In another chamber, where subFcqu' ntly the Regent took hla ouiciai farewell of tho diplomatists While ewuiting the coronation ceremon, the Russian J!tnitor had a special audi ence of the Re--tent at which he pre sented the latter with the Czar's poi trait Tho Persian crown is made of pure KQld encrusted with pucioua stones, and In accordance with custom a new emer a' I of ureat rlze has been added to it T .- rersi-ins dec'are that the crown Is i'M ears old ami belonged to S-iladln A new stone is added at each coronation It was formerly the custom for the crown to be suspended b a chain, and for the Shah to tand under It. but now two statesmen place It upon the ruler' head. Great Military Activity, but Countries Are Least Ex cited in Europe Tourists Not Admitted to Palace. STOCKHOLM. Sept. 17. Of all the countries of war-mad Hurope today, Sweden nnd Norway me doubt less the most fiee from excitement and apprehension. They aie so situntcd that there i little or no danger of their neu trality being violated, and they ate In no International nlliances thnt might draw them Into the titanic conflict against Uiclr will. Still both Sweden and Xorwav are keeping watchful eyes on the situation jiTul nro nrenarlns for any ejincrgency Loth have mobilized a part or their armies. Thete is conMdcrablo military nrt!lt oil oer Sweden, though the only place. where I have had it under cloie personal observation me I'psala and Stockholm N'ot onlv are the stuidy laiid'turm foice being mobilized and Included In tho active ranks, but the night watch and various utlwr miscellaneous watches and police forces .seem to be Included also. The icg ular mtlllniy are being coiivecd appar ently grutis by ttain, tram or bout to t'lls or that Ptatlon, and parties of what may bo cither comanry out of in. oim or recruits are tccn inarching thiougli the streets. The newspapers arc disci cctly silent at to what this general mobilization (which is admitted) specifically purports, but It Is plain from Germany's iccent action in Luxemburg, Belgium, the Sound, the tielt and the high seas thut she is full resoHed to stick at nothing to sccuh hor ends, and that the Scandinavian countries must prepare themselves fui all eventualities if tiny aie to mnlntain a shred of their ancient Independence Plenty of Finnish and Swedish sleamt-'-are now dally bringing rusiiKer i i,v from Raumo to Getle and Stockholm. An olllcial announcement lias been issue .1 i the effect that thenceforward nelthei fustians nor Germans would be allowed to land in Sweden, except ns guamntct-d through pubien.-i r.i. am' i ' one omaion only; a number ot German passengers were thu sent rj.i k u. ...i.. .. No swedes capable of military Eervice aro allowed to leave the country without u special permit. The German Consul 'eneral has published a notification In the papers to the effect that not a single ce-rman port li nny where blockaded by any fleet. A notice has been placed on the local Ostana steamers In Ungllsh French and German forbidding any foreigners to ga on board nt all. Soldier with fixed bayonets are guarding bridges and otner means of Intercommunication. Tourists Rre no longer admitted to see even the htato apartments of tho palace. The King moves unceremoniously about in his motor, as usual; only Instead of a whistio or plebeian "squealer" hl3 foot man uses a royul bugle. CRUELTY TO ANIMALS CHARGED Charged with crueitv to animals, Henry Strand, a negro, 2j jears old, of 3621 Ken sington avenue, was fined J10 and costs this morning hy Magistrate Ilorle, of the Kiankford police station. Strand was arrested by policeman riaker upon a com plaint made by a cltben who said that Strand was driving a team on Frankford avenue, near Soll street, when the horso fell nnd cut Us leg whereupon the driver began to beat the animal SIOTURE TAKEN IN CALL'S COURT ALLEGED FORGERY Tailor Declares He Never Signed Bail Bond Accept ed There New Crusade Against Frauds May Result. Straw hall frauds may be the object o. another crusade hy DIsltlct Atto.nev Samuel P. Rotan, ns the lesult of th charge made by Isaac Filcdman, a tailor that the slgnatuie of his name to bail bond accepted by Magistrate "Joo" Cal for Flank Rohrer Is a forgery. Attaches of the magistrate's olllce wll appear today before Judge lionnlwell in iho criminal branch of the Munlclpa Court to explain tho alleged fraudulent signature. Subpoenas were issued fo, em by Clinton A. Sowers, counsel f, . Friedman, nt the request of Judgo Bonnl well. Assistant District Attorney Mart let i is In charge of the present Invest! gatlon for Mr, Rotan. Should forgery be piovcn today he declares criminal action will be started at once. Magistrate Call's olllce has been named In connection with alleged straw ball cases many times In the last few cars, and In the recent crusade by the DIs trlct Attorney's olilco several hangers-on and one ofllclal of the olilco were Impli cated. Tho official was "Jake" Gilnian, the c-nnbtuble. lie Is noiv under Indictment for extortion and has resigned his posl- ins trial is pending. Adolph Koch tlon. was sentenced to three yenrs and thrte months In Jail for impersonating Frank Berlosky. "Izzy" Llpkln got four years lor Impersonating a constable and his trlend Edward Rc-rnstclti, was sentenced to two enrs and nine months. Frank Wallln pleaded n'ulltj to charges in connection with the straw bail scanda and Is awaiting sentence, whllo "Diamond Tooth" Eddie Hanley and Ernest Den tcne, convicted on conspiracy chaigcs, have made a motion for a new tria.. Friedman has been In this country IB wars, but cannot write or read English, except to sign his name. He dcclaies that i man employed In Call s otllce flrat got him to sign a ball bond two jiars ago. few dujs later he was notified that the case had been disposed of. Again the man applied for his signature, and al though ho protested, Friedman says, he finally agreed and signed again. This hnppened a third time. Friedman Is posi tive that he never signed a bond for llohrer. The property offered by Friedman In tho bonds he did sign and nlso named In the one he calls a forcery. is at Fourth and V pl.ii' streets Filcdman has about $10(0 trimt.v in It, and the total amount of Kill It covered at various times Is -2 m. Scveial of these cases have been i'lpiscd of. Five ball bonds are said to luive been accepted from the man by Mnglstinte Cull. GRAIN PRICES UNDER YESTERDAY'S CLOSE AS MARKET OPENS Traders Play for Reaction, Believing Upturn Was Too Sharp European Soil in Shape for Planting. CHICAGO, Sept. 17. On the theory that estorday's upturn In wheat was too harp, tinders played for a reaction to lay and the market statted one-quarter ower nt l.lt'6 for December and 1.19 to W.i for May. There was rather free Mllng by p" brokers. The commission ill at the recession wns fair. The receipts of wheat at Minneapolis i d Duluth today were 1.C&3 cars, against ( cars a year ago; at Winnipeg 12G'J .: ngalnst 1,019 cars: at Chicago Sll cars against S3 cars. It Is estlmateid that the aiea of winter wheat In the surplus States will exceed that of last year by ten per cent. Recent rains have placed the soil In fine condition for preparations for the new crop throughout Europe. The sowing tlmu of the belligerent countries is as follows: Gei many, Hungary nnd Austria In Sep tember and October, France In November and January, Soutli Russia In Seitnibei and November, and Great Britain In Oc tober and December. The demand from millers abroad continues large. The weather In Argentina Is fine. The market at Liverpool was firm on a better general inquiry. Tindo in corn was light. December opened off Ha, at 72Vc , to c., and May unchanged at 75Vic. to 717fcc. There was some realizing. Tho country is not selling. Tho "price current" has received reports Indicating a total corn crop for the United States thl ear of approxi mately ;,SOO,OO0,OOO bushels, against 2, MS.000.000 bushels forecast in the Sep tember report of the Government. The receipts of corn here today were 1W cars SALESMAN WANTED Man between 20 and 35 years old, to sell refrigeration system on commission basis. Bin; opportunity for permanent and profitable con nection. Box D 300, Ledger. " Cut Glass Specials ?7"l'.- .'.'.Vr? 8 in. Fern Dish VsV $2.50 102 N. 10th St. K I As Standard as Gold in Quality and Price StcfdcrtL3l V- Z 1420 Che$tnut Street Where only the best is good enough' I T I 1 Ir J 1 If f ft lit 1 U $5,00 rrlces In Argentina were firmer. It :s expected that surplus of that cou itry will bo dloposed of quickly. Oats was easier on icallzlng. The de mand was not so urgent. Most or the bulls are waiting a further leactlon be fore Increasing their lines. Theio were no sales by tho country to anlve. Ux poit business recently has been heavy. The demand has come chlelly from the continent, ns tho British mnikots ap parently aie well supplied for the pres ent. The receipts of oats hero today were 217 cars. CHICAGO GRAIN PRICES Quotations for Cereals nnd Provisions and Fluctuations. CHIfArjO, fk.pt. 17.-Tho quotation grain and piovklotH tmlay were: Leading futures ranged ns follows: Ycsl.tday'i vvmat- ojen. High. fciiii-inurr .,,, ... Uiceniber t.ll'.i 1.11's l.li Miiy 1. 111 i,iu corn uiew delivery) for Low. clus 11!) 1 HJi l.is'i 1.1b Scrtemtcr ueti'mucr Jlny Or.U mjurnilicr December May J.a rd Fpplember October Jnminry lUli Sciui mber .... October Jnnunry fork Sep'enur . . January - Hid. tAtkcd 711 TJi i 73 J4 47 Sll 771 77 17'J ro-Ji 7rt 71 ; 71X, 17 CO P.r,T 10 17 II..V1 10.1-. . .10 s: Most 'io. so 71'if. 7ITJ 1711 '.'OH, 1)40 II 17 10.1O n.rr. 11 i. 10 -,; 20.(10 . t17". 2ii.'l(j 120.73 L'0 05 Some Good, Reliable Philadelphia Printer needn a man like me to help him secure now liuln8s ami to rellevn him of noma of tho (lot ill work In b.inilllriB hla plant I urn u pulillnhtr of 11 ninall apeil.ilty mngazlne. with tvo-tblr(li of my time to hpure 1 Imvc a practl.cl, all arnuml knovvleilge eif Job printing. Aim klx S ears' pi .ictiial nclverllMrig experienco thut roulil lie usetl for th tieneflt of customers Can inept (Uktomers nml help them put tho "punch" Into their printed matter To the printer who needs a reliable nian of my 'iualltUutlons, I would prove Invaluable Name the time ami place, und I will call on miu .lUUrrnp H 1S1, Ledcer Crntrnl. 1 Hoskins School Supplies A Complete Stock of All Kindt At tho Right Prices W m. H Hoskins Co. STATIONERS I'rlaters. Enjravers. OUlce t'urnUbeM MM.9.,6 Ihestnut Street GERMAN VETERANS ' IN BELGIUM RUSHED TO AID AISNE ARM? Last Reservists and Naval Forces Sent to Garrison. Brussels and Other Cities1 1JJJL..TI. f neiu oy l nem. j ANTWntlP. Sept. 17. ? I Tho Germans aro Witlulrawlne their I main forces and Bcntllnir them ii,ty Kiance In enormous numbers Hut therif' are no signs that they contemplate thjTi general evacuation of Uelglum ns tho. " wlthilrawti nro Imr.uillatelv ror,ln,i c..Hi tioops of the secoml lino and fiotn th' ' navy reserve, j A continuous stream of trains Is paM. !j lug through Alx la Chapelle carrjinj' fresh troops to the scene of battle in it,.-' south, and It is belloved certain htr( tint the Germans again aro hoping to icsume tho offensive. rieports that tho Gormans were actually evacuating Urussels were set nt (. day when couriers artived hero from the ! uoiginn capital, now held by tho enemy, They reported that the troops which have' been holding tho city have been with'.,, cliawn to go to the French fiont, but! that their places have been taken by, incmBcrs or tiio naval reserve who ar 'acting ns Infantry, and by troops fiorai the lnndsturm, Only tho western lines through the cen-' tie or Ijolglum ato held by the Germans. Tho towns to tho eastwatd, notably I.lego, have been lenudcd of their gar rlsons and tho noops sent on to the general battle front. As a result of these! manoeuvres, If tho Germans so deshed, they rotild evneunte all of Uelglum with-' "I I In 21 hours. These preparations lent Interest to thai M reported standing of strong reinforce-! 5 V menis lor tne allies on tho sraconst. 1 These irports have been widely clrciH ! lated for the last few days but In 110 In-' t stanco has It been possible to get any ao! ' cuiato Infoimatlon. j i King Albert, accompanied by officials" of the Uelglnn general staff, has com- pletcd a tour of the Belgian front In Ills' ati'omoblle. It Is reported he approached) almost to tho German outposts and It Is bellnved another raid aga ns,t the Ger man lines' is contemplated. -Jil 1 ho situation In Urussels is causing" unxlcty. The Germans there are not iho tioops who originally occupied tho city nnd between whom and Ji Max, tho Burgomaster there existed a completa. understand ng. The now garrison Is a.d to he very giuff and to be show ng cvl 1 tiiccs of brutality In their treatment of I tho citizens generally. I'ears a o serl mlslv entnrtninnrt tw.rr. thnt cmm.h, .. ivlll nccttr which will result In drastic uerman repr sals even to the extent of 1111 juiur i.uuvniu. CZAR DECORATES RULERS1 Brig-Ian King and Servian Pi-:nc Made Chevaliers of St. George. pi:thc,g. u, -i, i7," Hmperor Nicholas tin. uim i rd th title of Chevaliers 0. t' e 1 des ,1 SL Geoige upon King Albert .. liel-rlum and I'jlncu Alexander of Servla In le ognitioa of their mllitaiy deeds. Perry's jl Fall Suits for Number Variety Beauty Our first care is to secure by our own personal selec tion the greatest number and variety of the finest fabrics made, the most beau tiful patterns woven to show you At Perry's Months and months ago we cut the cloth and have since been making them by the thousand, handsome "N. B. T." 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