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EVENING L'!ED&ER;pmLAfiELPHJiC TITiqaBAY, SEPTEMBBB 32, 1914.
RUSSIAN MILLIONS MASS FORCES TO CRUSH LAST LINE OF THE AUSTRIAN RESISTING
ALLIES BEAT BACK'
ADVANCE OF INVADER
Continual from ri' 1
teau of Craonne. This Is n. position
of exceptional strength. General
Bluecher, who was defeated by Napo
leon on the name ground, declared that
25,0d0 troops could hold It against any
East of Verdun the. French tines seem
tj have been reinforced as thero are
eight French army corps near tho Lor
rnlno border, where the German left
la being attacked with vigor and vio
lence. The battle line, roughly speaking, ex
tends on the east from a point near St.
Die, through Lunevllle, Pont-a-Mous-json,
Etaln, Consenvoye, Montfaucon,
Elouealn, to the north of Rhelms.
Graonne, thence along the Alsne val
ley to a point between Lesslgny and
St. Quentin. Tho line crosses three big
rivers, the Olse. the Alsne and the
Jleuse. while It also lies across several
French forces have worked to a
point near Tcronne, 17 miles north
west of St. Quontln, where they are
nttacking the advanced position of tho
Germans. The main English army Is
near Solssons. On tho British left,
In the vicinity of Noyon and Lesslgny,
Is a strong French force, which Is evi
dently trying to close In on La Fere.
(La Fcro Is 14 miles northwest of
This French force Is ovldcntly tho
Sixth French Army, which waa sent
to help tho British In Its turning mova
mont against General von Kluk's
Tho French and their English allies
havo had to fight hard to gain nnd to
hold every foot of conquered territory
As a fresh position Is gained, It Is Im
mediately fortified. This Is trying
work nnd deadly work, for the Ger
man artillery keeps up its steady rain
of shells and the sappers aro com
pelled to face this flro while stretch
ing their earthworks.
Tho weather was reported to be
slightly Improved today. But there
can be little permanent improvement
expected at this season of the year
The entire battle ground Is a quagmire
nnd this naturally has hampered move
ments of artillery. But according to
General O.illleni's headquarters thero
Is not a single important point nlong
the entire battle front whore the heavy
French artillery is not now In action.
SORTIE REPULSED, LORRAINE
TOWN TAKEN, SAYS BERLIN
BEKLIN, Sept. 22 (by way of Am
stcrdam). Official denial that the Allies have
forced General von Kluk to retreat
seven miles Is made by tho "War Ofllce.
The statement adds that tho right
wing Is standing firm at nil points, al
though tho Allies havo been heavily
Further announcement Is made that
attacks by tho French and British
forces on the German lines are dimin
ishing in strength, nnd the German of
fensive is growing stronger at nil
An official statement Issued at mid
night announced tho capture of the
heights of Craonne and the town of
Bethany (near Rheims).
The official War Office statement is
sued today reported an uninterrupted
seriei of successes against the French.
The attack of the German troops
on the line of fortifications south
of Verdun continues uninterrupt
edly. Cote, in Lorraine, which was de
fended by the Eighth French Army
Corps, has been occupied, tho Ger
mans now holding this point.
A sortie of tho French troops from
tho northeast front of Verdun was
Fortresses like the heights of
Craonnc have been taken in battle.
In the advanco against Rheims,
which Is now afire, tho village of
Betheny has been taken.
The enemy shows signs of weak
ening as a result of his continued
attempts to capture our positions.
On the contrary, our troops, fight
ing from well fortified points, have
had a rest nnd arc taking a strong
offensive. Their attacks are grow
ing stronger at all points.
Great vator has been shown by
the enemy's troops. They havo
charged repeatedly In an attempt
to silence our artillery, but havo
been as repeatedly repulsed.
The statement Issued at midnight
The strong, hilly positions at
Craonne have been captured. Ad
vancing on Rheims, our troops oc
cupied the village of Bethany.
"We aro attacking the strong
forts on the line south of Verdun
nnd have crossed the east border
In the direction of Lorraine, which
is defended by eight French nrmy
corps (320,000 men). A sortlo
from tho northeast of Verdun ha3
Tho French troops camping to
the north of Toul (13 miles east of
Nancy) have been surprised by
In the rest of tho French war
theatre there have been no en
gagements. In the Belgian and Eastern (E.ist
Prussia) battlefields the situation
Tho statement that the French have
eight nrmy corps In tho Lorraine
region Indicates that the Allies' right
wing Is trying to turn tho German left.
With the heights of Craonne hold by
tho German centre, It will bo possible
to withdraw troops from there to
ttiengthen both tho right and left
wings i they aro threatened.
No details of the situation at Rheims.
heyond tho fact that the town has
been bombarded, havo reached Berlin.
ON RIGHT THREATENED
LONDON, Sept. 22.
The renewed pressure of the British
nd French along a ten-mile front be
tween Cambral and Le.-atolot has
forced the German extreme right back
to n point where further letlrement
will enable the Allies to cut the
Kaiser's railway communication from
Cambral through Maubeuge to Xamur.
and to threaten tho railway Uno from
Bt. Quentin to both Maubeuge ami
One of the developments of the day's
news Is the report received by a news
agency here to tho effect that General
von Kluk has been transferred tq
Mens. In Belgium. If the report In
tends to convey the meaning that ths
entire staff of the German right has
been sent back across the Belgian bor
der, It foreshadows a further nnd Im
mediate retreat of the German lino.
Another meaning read into the report,
however, la that General von Kluk has
been relieved as commander of his
army on the German right, which has
been forced back before the attacks
of the British and French forces.
The army under the German Crown
I'rince is said to have prepared a sec
ond line of defensive works to the rear
of its present position and to be ready
to drop back to them. The whole Ger
man line has constructed n series of
elaborate Intrenchments and small
forts, which virtually reach from
Noyon to the German border. On the
heights of Pommlers they have con
structed bomb-proof bhelters with sub
terranoan puFsascs, affording commu
nication to the rear. From these
heights their guns are bombarding the
The failure of the German rein
forcements sent to aid General von
Kluk to break down the British
French opposition emphasized, the ex.
perts soy. the fact that tho Germans
were at tho "end of their string." To
lay this belief Is confirmed by tho an
nouncement that the German right
wins is being pushed back at a rate of
nearly four miles a. day. This speed Is
expected to be acceleiated now that
the Germans twe been driven from
their strongest trenches.
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BY CZAR'S FORCES,
FEARED IN BERLIN
Communications With Capi
tal Suddenly Cease Indi
cating That Russians Have
Penetrated Silesia on Way
BERLIN, by way of Rome, Sept. 22.
All telegraphic and telephonic commu
nication with Breslau suddenly Leased to
day. It Is feared that the Russian centre
may have pushed forward and be attack
Ins the city.
It seems almost Incredible that the
RutsK-ins could have penetrated In force
to Hreslau so that they could have cut
oft communication with Berlin. Bresluu
is one of the links of the chain In tho
Oder Uno of fortifications.
After Berlin it Is tho icconil largest city
In Prussia, and is the capital .if Silesia.
It occupies an impaitan' strategical posi
tion on the Oder, ind Is a clly of gieat
h.storlcal Interest. It has, been picpared
for a possible raid by the Itussians, and
the last reports aailable fiom there
stated that there wis a veiy strong Ger
man foice between It and the eastern
VON BOHEN'S HEADQUARTERS
ESTABLISHED AT MONS
May Explain London Report of von
OSTCND, Sept. 12.
General von IJohen. commander of tho
German nrmy t-trit to reinforce the west
ern side of the Kaiser's forces, has es
tablished his headquarters at Mons, ac
cording to advices received hero today.
t inc jorrxouiK (iieii.iii.-ii uiuuauiy ex.
I pains the report received In London
that General von Kluk had been forced
i to retreat to Mons.
BRITISH REACH KIAO-CHAU
TO AID JAPANESE TROOPS
South Wales Regiment Helps Assail
TOKIO. Sept. a.
British troops to co-operate with, the
Japanese in the attack on Tstpg.Tao
have been landed at Lao Shan THy.
The Germans have (made several
sorties against the Japanese and a num
ber of severe skirmishes have resulted.
There hae been numerous casualties
en both sides.
Reports that a Japanese destroyer
has been sunk by a German cruiser off
KJao-Chau are current here, but the
Admiralty baa given cut no information
Transports convejing the British de
tachment which is tu take part wito the
Japanese in the at'aik on Tsingtau
left Tten-Tsln on Satuiday. This de
tachment consist of one regiment, the
goutii Wales Borderers.
AUSTRIAN LOSSES MORE
THAN MILLION, RUSSIA SAYS
Slavs in Army Gladly Surrender to
Kin From Russia,
LONDON, Sept.. 22.
Tlw Poji publishes an estimate from
Petrugrad that the Austrian losses In
killed, wounded and captured in the cam
paigns in which they are taking part
a eg ins t Kervia and against Kussla have
been l.'-fiO.COQ men. The tremendous losses
in prisoners taken by the Russians Is
attributed by the readiness of the Slavs
in the Austrian armies to surrender to
their fellow Slavs.
ROME. Sept 38.
.A dispatch from Vienna reports that the
AuktiUn War unite has admitted a tre
mendous list of casualties in Callcla and
that a number eriual to a complete army
corps baa leen captured In small de
tachment by the Russian laoe the xe-
treat toward Cracow began.
AUSTRIAN ATTEMPTS LIFE
Man Brooding on European War Be
lieved to be Insane,
ntoQdins over the horrors of the Euro
pean war caused Jacob itufrltch, ifi jears
old, an Austrian fc-annent noiker, living
in the rear of 1-33 Noith Second street,
to become mentally unbalanced and as a
result be made an attempt to end his
life this afternoon by cuttlnK the arteries
of his light urlst with a razor.
The groans of the man were heard by
nelshbors who found him lylnt; on th
floor of his humble quarters. The police
of the Fourth and Itace streets station
were hurriedly notified, and after a
quick run in the patiol uacon to the
l'ennslvanla Hospital, physicians man
aged to Join the severed arteries and
thereby save the man's life.
for the last to weeks neighbors state
Rofrltch has seemed depressed. He con
stantly talked about the war in Europe,
and of the terrible loss of life and
slaughter dally being reported
MEAT $1,00 A. POUND
PARIS. Sept :i.-The Figaro sajs to
day. "Meat Is nearly l a pound In Ber
lin. Two hundred bakeries are making
tbreai jvith, pot&ioa a&d barley"
ALONG CRACOW LINE
FOR FINAL STAND
Main Russian Army, En
veloping Przemysl and
Jaroslaw and Cutting Com
munications, Presses Westward.
' inrrnOGRAD, Sept. 22
That the main Russian at my has
pressed on after envelopltiR the I'izcmysl
Jaioslaw line alonK the San, and Is mov
ing against the chief Austrian positions
was tho substane,! of today's Wni Ofllce
statement. It announced that the opeia
tlonfi were of necessity tlow, but that
there has not been encounered any op
position that has required any chango
In tho original plan of campaign.
It !s considered ceitaln that the real
resistance en a latge ncalu will he en
countered along the lines of the Cracow
fortifications. There tho Austrian re
servea havo hern massed and heavily
reinforced by the German landwebr corpn,
which havo been specially detailed for
service In Austria.
The ItMsslan forces aro moving Monty
westwaid through Gullcla, auultlng the
arilval of at least a portion of the army
of ln.VO that is proceeding thiough
Poland to the front.
FIVE TORTS DCSTROVKD
rive of tho 23 forts at Juroslaw have
been shattered by the Russian guns, but
eighteen still hold out. It was Mated at
the War OflUc. The bombardment of
Przemysl continues, but no breaches have
yet been made In the walls of the forts.
At tho request of the Austrlar com
mander at PMemysl, General Von Col
rad, an armistice of five hours was de
clared lato yesterday to permit of the
departure of the iion-combatanti, who
wished to leae. Many decided to re
main. The forts at Przemysl aro among the
strongest In the world. It Is understood
that the garrison has supplies sufficient
to last two j cars.
While part of the Russian forces aro
Investing Przemysl and Jarolaw the
main part of the First and Second aimles
continue thtlr operations west of the
Itlvei San and south of the Vistula. The
uslrlpns deftatcd at Doblecka have
fallen back In disorder to Jaslo. on the
Wlstok river, and the Russians have
Tne seizure of Rzeszuvv severs railroad
communication between the Austrian in
Jaroslaw and Pizemsl and those In
Tarnow and Cracow, it Is understood
tnat German reinforcements are Joining
the Austrlaps at Jaslo, and tho next
great battle may be fought between tho
San and WUtok Rivers in the foothills
of the Carpathians.
The combined German and Austrian
forces will bo In a dangerous position
there, as It would be possible for the
Second Russian Army to flank them by
a sudden movement along the line ex.
tending from Ranlzovv to Baranow.
i;nles the Austio-German troops giv
battle to the Russians about Jaslo. It
u.miil be impossible to prevent their
1 escape to Cracow, a thej have a num.
I bet of railroads at their servbe
On account of the many swamps n
Gallcta west of the San it is expected
that the progress of the Russian troopa
will ArVffsariiy o muca swwet now
One Army Wins Four Days'
Battle on Drina; Another,
With Montenegrins, Cap
tures Bosnian Capital.
LONDON, Sept. 21.
A dispatch to the Star from Rome
says thnt the Servians and Montene
grin have occupied Sarajevo, defeating
the Austrian garrison with great loss.
(It was In the Bosnian town of Sara
jevo that Archduke Francis Ferdinand,
heir to tho Austrian throne, and his
wife were assassinated. The double as
sassination brought on the war).
NISII. Sept. 22.
Complete defeat of the Austrian army
that Invaded Servla was officially an
nounced here today.
Tho official statement describing tho
rout of tho Austrian forces said:
"In a four-day battle near Krupani
(near the Drina River) the Austrians were
overwhelmingly defeated and fled In dis
order. In our pursuit wo took TOvO prls
oners and 12 guns.
"Tho Austitans are attempting to rally
their forces across the Drina, but our
pursuing troops aro marching on Svornlk
(a fortified Austrian town on the Drina)
and continue their success,
"At Shabats another foice of Austrians
was defeated with heavy loss. These two
vlctoiies will prevent any interruption In
the campaiffn against Sarajevo."
After routing at Kuplnava. Just across
the border Into Slavonla, tho Austrian
nrmy of 230,tW), which was threatening
Servla from tho north, the Servians re
crossed the Save and one body Is hasten
ing westward to Join the Montenegrin
force operating in Bosnia.
Servla now has In tho field nearly
!W,X) men Most of them vvero in the
force which attempted an invasion to the
noithwest from Belgrade and Semlm and
met m jiuumu iorce or four
ARRESTED AS SPY AT AMIENS
A. J. Rorke Narrowly Escapes Execu
tion by French.
LONDON, Sept. 22.
Alfred J. Roike. a Ccntial Nuvvj. spc.
clal correspondent, has been arrested in
Amiens by the French on u chaise of
espionage, and narrowly escaped ixecd
tjon. A. J. Rorke was special correspondent
of the Central News in Vera Cruz. He
was arrested by Iluerta's soldiers, but
mado his way to Mexico City. Imme
diateb on his return to New York he was
dispatched to Europe. He was In Bel
gium for several weeks and has been in
northern Franco for the last ten dajs
BELGIAN TOWNS DESTROYED
BY GERMANS, IS REPORT
Dlnant, Jumet and Tamines Said to
be in Ruins.
PARIS, Sept 22
It U reported that the Belgian town
of Dlnant, Jumet and Tamines havo
been destroyed. Detail of the reported
destruction are lacking- and the remains
KING ALBERT KILLS
TO ESCAPE GERMANS
Chauffeur Was Bearing Bel
gian Monarch Close to
Foes' Lines, Declares Story
PARIS, Sept, 22.
King Albert, "of tlje Belgians, escaped
capture by tho Germans recently only
by slrootlng the chauffeur who was driv
ing him rapidly toward tho Gorman
lines, according to the newspaper Pro
gress Du Nord, published In Lille.
Describing tho narrow escape of tho
King, the paper says the Incident oc
curicd while His Majesty was making a
tour of Inspection of the Belgian forts.
He noticed that his chauffeur wbb tak
ing him noar tho German lines nnd
ordered 1dm to stop. Instead tho chnuf
fcur put en full speed and headed
straight for the enemy. King Albert
drew his revolver and shot tho chauffeur
dead. Papers were found on his body
showing that the Germans had promised
him $200,000 If he was successful In de
livering tho King Into their hands.
THE WAR TODAY,
Continued from I'd no 1
tlo of Two Rivers" to continue for
several days, but 1b confident of a
decisive victory fcr tho Allies.
Berlin War OfTlco officially dcnlos tho
soven-mllo. retreat of General von
Kluk on tho German right and statC3
that ho Is standing firm at all points.
Ofllclal statements further report
tho enpturo of tho heights of Cra
onno and tho town of Bethany. Tho
War Office praises tho Allies for
their valor In attacking fortified po
sitions, but adds that theso nsstiults
aro growing weaker. Germany is
preparing' for a bitter winter cam
paign. London states that tho German right
Is being forced back four milos each
day. This retreat Is expected to be
come more precipitate, as Von
Kluk's army has been forced to
abandon Its strongest lntrench
monts'., Military experts profess sat
isfaction with tho progress of tho
titanic - contest along tho Alsne,.
which has developed into a contest
of endurance. Tho Allies' successes
aro attributed to repeated bayonet
Petrograd War Ofllce announces that
final Austrian resistance In Gallcta
on a large scale will centre at Cra
cow. The main Russian army is
pressing westward toward this great
fortified city, which is the base of
supplies for the Austrinns. Minister
of War Soukhomllnoft states that
sufficient forces will be left to Insure
tho capture of Przemysl and Jaros
law In the east, and that the main
army will make cautious progress
west on account of tho dlfTlcuIt ter
ritory to bo traversed.
Vienna admits the Russian passage of
tho San, but states that tho troops
aro cavalry skirmishers and that the
main nrmy will find progress from
Jaroslaw dlfllcult on account of tho
San marshes. The War Office be
lieves the next great battle will be
fought In the foothills of the Car
pathians and not at Cracow.
Servla officially reports crushing an
Austrian nrmy of Invasion In a four
days' battle near the River Drina.
The other Servian army, in conjunc
tion with the Montenegrins, ac
cording to a late report, hus occu
Italy clamors for war. Thousands of
men out of work continue demon
strations denouncing tho national
policy of neutrality. Austria has
called out tho third lino of reserves
to guard tho frontiers of its prov
inces against an Italian Invasion.
War is expected.
Parisians rejoiced nt tho nons that
tho famous Cathedral at Rheims had
not been Irreparably destroyed. Re
ports vvero received that while the
artistic edifice had been battered se
verely it could be restored.
PENROSE COMING TO CITY
Senator Arrives Here Tonight by
Automobile From Washington.
Senator Penrose will arrive In Philadel
phia from Washington tonight. Ho will
remain hero until tomorrow evening, and
confer with his political lieutenants, after
which hu will depart for Bangor. North
ampton Count. to deliver an addiess at
the dedication of u statue of Robert Mor
tis Jones. Senator Pvnruko will artlvc
here by automobile.
It Is not expected Penrose will return
to Washington until after the Novembei
election, so that he will not bo present
In tho Senate tomorrow whon the Com
mittee on Privileges and Elections will
consider the Norrls resolution providing
for a-v investlgaton of the primary cam
paign collection and expenditures of Mr.
Penrose and Roger C Sullivan, the Dem
ocratic Senatorial nominee In Illinois
MAN FALLS DEAD ON STREET
Louis Colonna, manufacturer of boot
black supplies and shoe dreislnss. drop
ped dead at Fifteenth and Cuthbert
1 streets, today. He was 85 ye&re dUL,
IN NORTH SEP
i irsi vjreai iayai uisastcrtrj
Britain Results in DestrU(
tion df Aboukfr, Hoguq'
and Cressy in North Sea. '
LONDON,, SpL a
Out of a clear sky cams the !, )
announcement late this afternoon th
tho Germans had struck aholher bfnw .. 1
tho British sea supremacy. Three cruMr, I
their value totaling $12,000,000 and cirrr. '
lng a complement of more than 2lfo aen" 4
wore torpedoed and sunk In the North
Sea, oft tho German coast, by Oermuji
submarines, essaying a raid slmllip .
that In which they sent tho scout patrol 'i
cruiser Pathfinder to the bottom 1
These cruisers, tho Abrouklr, H0W
and Cressy, havo been reported as very
active In scouting close to the Hellgo
land Bight In nn effort to locato ths
main German war fleet Although the u
act location of tho disaster, the grtateji '
of tho war to date from tho British stand,
point, is withhold, there am evidences
that it was not far from where th
British crulsor squadron struck its flrit
real blow against tho Germans in .ink. ,
lng three light cruisers and two it, f
Fortunately the loss of Ufo Is not Un
". c. i j i., uiniiieiii says mat a
considerable number" of tho crew wera
picked up by destroyers and trawlers
that hurried to the rescue. But the exact
number of casualties will not be oltaln"
able until tho list of survivors can be com
pleted. It Is officially admitted, however
that it will be targe, and among ths num
ber It Is reported are most of the officer
of the three big warships.
The announcement of the loss c&raa
Just nt a tlmo when tho British publio
was displaying Impatience over the lack)
of activity against tho Kaiser's naval
strength. This Impatience, It was stated.
had been shared by certain of th high V9
oftlclals of the Admiralty, who have be- W
llcved that, as the Germans had refused
to come out nnd fight, England should
en In nnrl rirjiAV their war crnft lnln th
open. The disaster has simply augmented '(
that coding. Demands tor speedy venge- ,!
nncp are heard on all sides, and It Is likely
that before many hours have passed ntwj
will como of important action oy tn
Whether tho submarines thnt caused
the disaster escaped or whether. Ilk
tho one which sunk tho Pathfinder,
they havo also been sent to the bottom
In their turn Is not yet known. To
tho excited throng that beset the Ad
miralty asking for additional news ths
word was sent out that thero was noth
ing "at present" to add to tho an
nouncement of tho war bureau.
The latter organization simply stated
that the Abouktr while engaged In patrol
was torpedoed by a submarine: that tho
Tiniriif, nnd ciresnv closed In to rescue lh
survivors then struggling In the water; j'
that they in turn icu viuuuu iu "
German submarines, and that a part ot
tho crews had been rescued by the de
stroyers and trawlers who, witnessing (ho
tragedy from afar, had hurried to ths
The three nrmored cruisers were each
of 12,000 tons. The Cressy was built II
1501, had a speed of M knots, cost ?3,7W,CM.
Her armament consisted ot two 9 2 Inch
guns, twelve 6-Inch i.nd batteries of
smaller ones. Tho Abouklr nnd Hoguo
were both built In 1M2. The Abouklr had
a speed of C1.0 knots and the Hogue ot
22.6 knots. Both carried armaments of
two a.2 guns, twelve 6-Inch and batteries
of smaller guns.
The statement follows:
"The Rrltlsh ships Abouklr, Hogm
and Cressy have been sunk by sub''
.in,. in Mm TCnrth Sen. The Abouklr
was torpedoed, and while the Hogu C
and Cressy wero Btandlng ny to p"
i.a AV.rti,crirH rMw. thev. too. were
torpedoed. A considerable number of
seamen wore saved ny mo snui ,
.inn t.irnKdnhnnt destroyers and other
craft. The casualties are unknown. I
The three sunken vessels wero enter
ships. They were armored cruisers ot
a comparatively old type, having been
built 14 years ago."
GIRL FOUND UNCONSCIOUS
ON EDGE OF LONELY WOODS
Accuses Mnn of Lurlnjr Her There oa
Threat of Death. ,
MILLVILLE. N. J.. Sept :.'.-Cnargl ,
with attacking Miss Christina Mullen. (
tho 16-year-old daughter of WIIIUB J
Mullen, of West Mlllville, Jacob Ghano
is In jail here. The girl was found ttf
three bicyclists near midnight, uncon
scious, on tho edge of the lonely wood
which skirt the State road In Nor"
Mlllville. Young Ghano was fanning ti'J
with his hat. An automobile was called
and brought the girl and Ghano to the
office of a physician Ghano was then
locked up and the girl was taken to her
homo In a comatose state. j
Today Miss Mullen told Incoherently I
that she met tho man on threat of death
and had been lured to the lonely epo
MRS. HQLLOWAY ACQUITTED (
Charged With Assaulting: Her Di
vorced Husband in His Office.
Mrs. Nellie "olloway. f 8rthiiio.
former wife of Harry D J10"0' w
Walnut street, of horbe .show ram,
ncduitted before Judge nrom"'' 8n4
niclpal Court of a charge f.J'"u,lCo,w
battery on her divot ced husband c o
amounting to J3-J 74 were placed on
Hollow ay. He did not uppear at tn
Last spring Mis. Hollow a c t o
Holloway's office In the I'dnl,1"'aiieged,
inr Anions IIih damages, it s " ,,,.
was a broken statue and trans m wW j
lovvay followed tho Incident im ,
i- uv.li. in.. ,s arrest '.. ....
rani lur .m. ... himS"' "'
was sent Holloway to present wn
tomorrow and pay the tosw
MISUSE OF j)HARITY CHARGED
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blem for Advertising Purposes-
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n on tie charge oi ""'" "ng pu
the Bed Cioss for adverlismS
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