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EVENING LEDGERPHILADELPHIA, j&TODAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1914.
GERMANS TRAIN HEAVY GUNS ON ANTWERP TO CRUSH BELGIAN FLANKING ASSAULTS1!
through tho lines. Wounded ofllcora
wli6 have cotno back from there declare
tho fighting Is like tho pendulum of a
clock, first ono side having tho advan
tage and then the other.
Every effort of the Allies to gain a
foothold either In St. Quentln or In tho
territory Immediately to tho north be
tween tho armies of Ocncral von Kluk
and Von Uoehtn has failed. As It Is
considered essential that the German
line bo broken there, additional rein
forcements are being sent; and tho bat
tle continues without Interruption day
Sir John French, the British field
marshal, commanding tho British
forces, Is calling upon War Secretary
Kitchener for more men. If the Allied
lino could be reinforced with 100.000
fiesh men nt this Juncture It is be
lieved that tho battle would see Its
conclusion within 48 hours.
That the Kaiser personally Is direct
ing tho offensive movements of the
German army in France wan tho be
lief expressed today nt the honduqar
tcrs of General Onltlonl, French Mili
tary Governor of Paris. Evidence that
tho Government holds the same opinion
Is contained In the following sentence
of the official statement issued last
"These (German) attacks were made
with a uniformity which denot In
structlons from the highest command
to seek the solution of the battle."
Thus It would seem, for tho time
being, the German Emperor has as
sumed tho task of his General Staff.
That the losses are growing heavier,
due to the increased ferocity of the at
tacks, Is shown by the greater numbers
of wounded that are being brought
from the battle ground. Especially
heavy are the losses on the Olse,
epidemic of typhoid fever has broken
out in tho German army and thnt thou
sands of soldiers are In tho army hos
pitals suffering from this disease or
from measles or dysentery. Tho troops,
worn to the point of exhaustion by the
continuous fighting and marching, fell
easy victims to disease when subjected
to tho Inclement weather which has
The battle continues to rage day and
night. When the soldLrs aro not under
rlflo fire, they aro facing tho hall from
machine guns. When they aro not in
machine gun range, they ate under
bombardment from artillery and howit
Some of the tioops have 1 tinder
fire continuously for more than 360
hours, and the only sleep they have
been nblo to get is snatched In the
trenches while artillery Is crashing
around them and bullets are humming
Both sides have all their .orccs en
gaged. Tho only means of strengthen
ing weak points on tho battle line Is by
moving troops from some other point
of the front.
It seems Inetltnbtc one - tho other
of the armies must break under the
terrific strain. This week, tho third
of tho lighting, surely will see the tide
of victory swing to ono side or tho
At the eastern end of tho battle front,
where, it is generally believed, the Ger
mans have managed to secure a foot
hold on tho west side of the Mouse
south of Verdun, the invaders are
struggling most vigorously to swing
their line to the northwest and thus
form a complete circle of steel around
Verdun and its fori".
Still farther to the west along the
Aisne and tip tho Oise there is con-
Alsno and Homme ntver. where the j 8tant fltfnUns, The bloodiest struggle.
French are trying to encircle General , nowevert ls taking place in tho trlungle
von Kluk's army and are meeting with j formed by the towns of Kibecourt.
violent counter attacks.
It Is Impossible to estimate the stag
gering loss of life that has resulted in
the present conflict, but it is unoffi
cially estimated that the Germans have
I PRESENT GERMAN
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SCALE. OP MILES
NOYON to VERDUN HO M.
PUBIS TO LAON 75 M.
LAON TO NAMUR 90 M,
PARIS TO METZ 8o M.
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Bnpaume and Hlrson.
Wounded soldiers from the front de
clare that tho people at large can have
no conception of the tremendous nature
of the war operations. Tho meagre of-
lost 200,000 men In killed, wounded and , Hclal bulletins convey only a feeble Idea
captured since they invaded France. of the vastness and violence of the
The desperate efforts of the Germans ' struggle.
to smash the allied line indicates that
they aro endeavoring to conclude the
engagement before England can send
another army to reinforce the Allies.
T, t B.n....wl tm .lr. fen.. . I... . in
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The new German battle line in the siutheast, near the Verdun-Toul line of forts, runs from St. Mihiel, where they crossed the Mcusc, past Dompiene,
reoccupied by the French, to the northwest 'f Pont-a-Moussori. In the centre the French have repulsed their offensive at Berru, near Rhcims, regained
Bcrry-au-Bac, north of the Aisne, and while von Kluk has pushed in near Noyon, and Ribecourt, over the Oise, the French claim to have made gains along
the Oise, north of the Aisne and near the Somme, and even north of it in the St. Qucntin, Pcronne, Bapaumc region.
The strain of this modern fighting Is
something never known before, and
this conflict probably will go down
In history as the longest battle known
PART OF MEUSE FORTS
SILENCKD, BERLIN SAYS
BERLIN', Sept. IS.
Part of trench forts along the Meuse.
eouth of Verdun, have been silenced
after heavy lighting on both sides.
The offensive movement of the Ger
mans continues without severe check.
Discussing tho actual fighting, tho
War Ofllce declared that heavy losses
have been Inflicted on tho Allies by
til of his aviV Me force into the fight
n thp effort o break thriugh the Ger
man line. It officially is stated that at
... , , w.. tained th'-lr flrld hospitals at
no point has he been successful, while
ut a number of points the Germans
have 'vanci-d their lines.
Attempts on the part o tho Belgians
to make a successful sortie from Ant
werp have been frustrated and many
can be expected at this time now that
the war has been In progress eight
weiks The rivers of Belgium and
Franco have been utilized by both sides
to get rid of dead men where there was
no time to bury them. Then the cold
rains, wrlch have now prevailed for
more than two weeks, hav added to
the difficulty of gathering the wounded.
Many bodies remain unburled, putrefy
ing in the water sheds of ' . rivers.
Tho suffering of the wounded as the
result of the weather conditions is fear
ful. Those who cannot drag them
selves to places of shelter simply die
where they fall, as pneumonia follows
in nearly every instance. In addition,
wounds thnt nrdlnnrlly would be clean
now get filled with mud, and Infection
follows ns a matter of course.
In this respect It is stated that tho
Germans have "suffered far more than
the Britih or French, who have main-
strength ntul have ru'hed their wound
ed well Into the south immediately
after flrt aid has boen applied.
BEAT OFF ASSAULT
OF GERMAN CRUISERS
Tsing-Tao Defenders Hem
med in Within Five Miles
of Town in 48 Hours' Anglo-Japanese
German bayonet charges, and that the prisoners and an armored car have
Allies have boon obllsed to call upon ' been taken,
their reserves to strengthen their lines , The otllclal statement follows:
It ls stated that, although the range , "The offensive movement of our
and service of the enemy's artillery troops continues without severe check,
has materially Improved, the Germans . Heavy lorses have been inflicted upon
continue to gain ground. The Allien , the enemy by our bayonet charges and
have been heavily reinforced on the '' they have had to bring up their re
German right, It is stated, and are serves to strengthen their lines,
making a supreme effort to outflank "At the eastern end of tho battte line,
the German line and to break through ' our artillery has silenced part of the
at several points. , forts on the Verdun-Toul line nnd we
On the Ights of the M uo the uor have succeeded in crossing mo .sieuse
i The passage is being sharply resisted
TOKIO, Sept. 29.
Japanese troops have fought their way
to a point only live miles from the main
I formications of Tslns-Tuo, according to
un announcement Is-sued this afternoon.
I The German legation admits that the
forts' defenses have fallen back on their
main !lne3, according to dispatches from
l'ekln. It la uld the lighting has con- I
tinned for more than JS hours,
It Is otllclally announced that three Ger
CARNIVAL OF SAFETY AGAIN
DELIGHTS LARGE AUDIENCE
Convention Hall the Scene of a Series
of Practical Demonstrations.
The Carnival of Safety, for the thlid
time at Convention Hall, Uioud stieet and
Allegheny avenue, this afternoon, present;
cd to an Interested public a series of
practical demonstrations designed to point
the way to the prevention of accidents.
Through the untiring efforts of Mrs
Joseph H. Wilson, chairman of the Home
and School League Arrangement Com
mittee, nnd Mits. ndwln C. Price, the
league's president, the carnival Is receiv
ing wide-spread publicity, and the func
tion and support of the city otllclals
Safety devices and thp use of thorn In
the evtnt of immediate danger aro ex
hibited by municipal departments, private
corporations and civic associations, in
booths that line both sides of the hall.
The afternoon program, which was een
and heard by a large audience, began with
Ibu unfurling of the American ling and
the singing of "America" by tho Hoy
Scouts In conjunction with the audience.
Under the cat ef til direction of Scout
man warships bombarded the right wing
of the Japanese army attacking Tslng
Tao until a Jap.ine'te aeroplane tlew over
them and forced them to divert their lire.
The Germans h.ivs been hemmed In
ithin live miles of Tsing-Tao, nccordlng
' to the official statement.
I Tho Japain-s-e casualties so far as ascer-
Austrian Third Line of De- talne(I, ?Pen.?v!r as lhree "IT" 1,ml ?!
wounded. The German casualties are said
fense Routed as Czar's I to be 3,
the Hermans were
mans continue to maintain their ad
vantage and are in strength on the
west bank of the river. The bombard
ment of the :' ts sor -f Ver-
dun continues with percertible succesa,
according to the General Stv.. ground we gained, though the onemy
the German right It Is fated that has received large reinforcement and
the fighting Is of the r. ,t bitter char- is making counter attacks These,
t :-r. with the enemy plainly throwin,- , howeer, have been repulsed,."
BRITISH THINK WINNING
MOVES ARE BEING MADE
TrOODS Reach TamOW and I tr":,hcs and many were bajonete
r i the allied British and Japanese
Seize Carpathian Passes
tinTnnnT) r c.-.. a
"In t! centre we continue to gain, . , . , . . ' ,
" The Austrian troons have heen touted
deipito tho er my's heavy artillery Are. frf)m ther tmrd line of defense in Gullcta.
' which Is now 'ho-.-tng bettor aim. Th liuwlana are approaching Tarnow,
1 "On the west we have held all the or,Iy w miles from Cracow, and have also
captured Uriok and Sxavtann, Hungarian
town on the southern slope of the Car
pathian Mountains. They have captured
the town ot I'rgemy! at the point of
their ooyoneu. but the garrlaona of eome
of the torts there continue to hold out.
This new u mven In a statement Issued
by the General Staff today. It hows that
the Russian steam roller is protfrcsxing
with anmxins rapidity and that only a
stiff defense at Cracow and along the
lln, from ilure 10 Thorn, East I'ruasia,
LONDON. Sept. 28. t counters of the last two days, are dis. i Cttn prevent tue Hussian armies from
The British War Office is more op
tlmlstlc thun at any lirao since tho
closing days of the Battle of the
U la believed probable that Indian
troops, who camo by way of the Suess
Canal and not across Canada, despite
all reports, to the contrary, have en
tered tho field of action. There are
many slgniflcant things that would
bear qui tills, but the censorship pro.
hlblts their being sent out at the pres
The battle must be won on tho left
nank If at all, and the British experts
belle va thut the winning moves are now
The Government press bureau Issued
the following othclal statement this
Lust night the enemy attacked
our lines with more vigor, but no
There ls no change In the situa
tlon. Germans gained no ground.
The French advanced here and
lteports from Berlin. received
through Holland and Denmark this
morning which assert that the uer
raans have gained ground In tho en- I
counted by the dispatches from Uel.
glum telling of the hikcc-sh of the Itel
giuns In urivlng the Germans in thut
country Into the territory south of
Brussels. An unconfirmed rumor that
lions has been burned is generally
credited, and it ts taken t indicate
that the Germans have abandoned that
line of communication.
If it is true that Mons actually is
burning, it may mean that the Uritlsli
French armies are in strong force and
have raided the German communica
tions far north of the point where up
to the present any fighting has been
reported- The English people are plac
ing great hoi s on ths report, but it
is not confirmed from any source that
carries official weight, and ostein for
the last few days has been a most un
reliable rumor factory.
More significant than anything else,
however, am the circumstantial reports
received here from Belgium sources
that an epidemic of typhoid and allied
diseases has broken out in the ranks of
the German army, and that their
horses are suffering from glanders
These reports came from so many
sources that they are generally cred
ited. The worst cases are in the valley
of the Dendrt River, near Ternionde,
where it is reported 700 men have
ready diet! of typhoid and other infec
The military experts say that disease
being well on 'heir way to Berlin wtlhln
a very short time. The General Staff is
running the army forward with nil pus
I!. In haste, hopine to avoid a winter cam
ufcUn for the capture of the German cap!,
The Russians are today In force at
Tarnow. Although they are unable to
move with th great speed shoun in the
eaily days of the Gallelan operations, be
cause of the swollen rlver and marshy
condition of the territory through which
the aimy Is advancing, the Russian
forces are declared In today's Wur Ofllce
repnrt to be making steady progress.
The Russians are moving steadily for
ward I" four sepa'atu movements. The
bombardment of Prifemyal continuos with
one of the main forts already reported
Uk occupied by the Russians It Is stated
here that the Russians have again taken
a number of suns and, that the Cossacks
are cutting to piertk the icar guard of
the retreating Austrians.
Through the pass at Uzsok troops are
pouring upon the plaints of Hungary to
strUe the Aastilans in the rear and ct
oH communication between Kaschau and
Cracow. At I'asok and Sznvtana, which
lies near the source of the river L'nfr.
the Russians -inured thirty guns, no
prisoners, many rapld-flrers and large
quantities "f ammunition and supplies
Part of the forces under General Von
Colrad at Przemys! succeeded in cutting
their way through the Russian lines
west of that fortress In an attempted re
treat, out they wore pursued by large
forces of I'j-Biuks and suffend terr.ble
lo!ses s rys the official report fcjome of
the Austrians succeeded ir reaching
Jaslow ard io nlng other forces there,
but thej lost every gun that they at
tempted to take with them.
surprised In tho
made their main attack.
According to the statement, tho fight
began on September 28. German gun
boats bombaidcd the positions ot the.
Japanese troops. Japanese aeroplanes
proved effective In reconnoitring expedi
tions and aie icported to have escaped
The moralo of the German defending"
force at Klao-Chau Is on tho wane. It
Is jeported here. Some of the toldicis
have deserted, escaping by land or Boa.
Through them It In learned that, de
sulto the determination of the Governor
of Klao-Chnu to light to the last, tho
party which advocates timely surrender
U asserting itself. It has found its de
fenders even among high otticlals of the
army. Some of tliesu advocates of sur
lender havo been shot, while many have
been s -nt to the first line of defense
Tho Oerman flying machines have been
damaged and can no longer terve a use
ful uuipose. The food supply is cut olf
by the strict blockade of the Japanese)
navy and is dally diminishing. Whatever
la replenished comes only through tho
smuggling of Chinese Junks. The supply
of materials for .the making of bread is
also stopped, coii'-eciumtly the output
Is greatly restricted. Scurvy h gradually
increasing As the lirlttah troops have
landed and Joined the Japanese army, It
ls expected that the general assault on
the foi tress will soon commence.
PKKr.v, ,pt. :s.
It Is learned from Wel-Hsien In Shan
tuns, that a second detachment of Japan
efe troops arrived there at sundown on
rilturduy nllh IS curt loads of ammunition
and supplies. Other troorw have udvanced
west along the railwa and hold Fangtse.
where the Gtrmani flooded the coal mints
before their departure. All tho Chinese
The American mission is crowded with
women of all classes from tho city and
cuuntry districts. They are said by the
torreEPondent at Wel-rslen to fear both
the Japanese and the Chinese soldiers.
ToN DON. Sept 27.
An nsency dispatch from Pekln say
It Is olll' hilly announced there that Pol
hu was occupied on September 27 by a
small Japanese detachment, which re
pul3d 3M Germans.
SOCIALISTS WORK FOR PEACE
LVCI5RNK, Sept 3. -At a conference
of influential Swiss and Italian Socialists
held here resolutions were odopted
pledging the Socialists to do everything
in their power to end the war as quick
ly as possible.
j MiiHteis Rosenheim, Hitchcock and Pat
tern, the boys went throiiBh n lightning
semaphore dilll. This was followed with
nn exhlb tlon drill by the Fire and Police
Department, and n demcmstiatlon by
public school children.
Di William C. Jacobs, Acting Superin
tendent of Schools, Issued Instructions to
all public ochools in the city that classes
which desired to attend the sessions of
the Cnmlvnl of Safety during school hours
would havo permission to do s.o. The
superintendent said that the lessons
taiiRht by the various exhibits nnd the
nie dillls were Important to every child,
and that eah teacher had been Instructed
to talk to the pupils on safety and to
urge them to have their patents take
them to at least one session of the
TAX RATES FOR TEN CAMDEN
COUNTY DISTRICTS RAISED
Hearing Will Be Granted Those De
siring Lower Levy.
Ta rates In ten of the districts In
Camden County, N. J., have heen In
creased, and those de3lrln n lower late
will havii to file their application with
(be County Hoard bv Wedntsdny nf this
week The greatest lu.Tease is In Wat. r
ford township, where the rate has been
advanced from $1.53 to f2.!i.
lntil last winter the rate was limited
to $2.01. ff a db-trlct wanted ,i higher
late, application had to be mucin to ihc
County Hoard, which at that time could
authorize a rate uu higher than 2.i.
This law has been lepeoled bv tho New
Jersey Legislature, and at the present
timo theie Is no limit to tin- tax rale.
Tho total gross rotables in the "I dis.
trlcts is 01,T07.M)I, an Incrcun- of Jl.lll.O,
ANTWERP IN FIERCE
ASSAULT ON FORTS
Reinforcements Move For
ward in Several Directions
in Campaign to Occupy
New Belgian Capital.
ANTWERP, Sept. 2S.
Tho Gcnnniis aio shelling tho outer
foilincntlons with heavy guns. Already
they are icpotted to have caused dam
age to Forts VaclhPin and Wavro and to
thcchaln of fortifications which connect
them. Tho foita aio lespoiullng vigor
ously to tho flic.
Tho guns used are those with which
tho Germans yesterday bombaidcd
Mechlin, killing many worshippers as
thoy left church and setting llio to
many buildings. Including the hospital
of tho Little Sisters of the Poor. Fort
Stiombaut is reported to havo been
practically ileslrojd by the German
So fur as tho bombardment of tho de
fenses of Antweip Is concerned It Is
believed that the picsent action Is In
tended to keep tho fiplau unny lusido
ot the foitldcations. The guns used are
of tho heavy ordinary sleye typo and
not the caterpillar pieces that caused
tho losses of Liege and Xnmur. Ant
werp is quiet and thu Goneial Stoff
shows no concetti over the latosf de
velopment. Uelglan lofusees aro pouring Into
Maestrlch. owing to the burning of n
neat by village by the Germans. Thoy
say that oisht Iielelau soldiers succeeded
in cutting the uitlway, and that a Ger
man train In consuituenco was thrown
into the ditch. In tevengo tile Geriiiun.s
burned the village.
I'muutii'ined lepoits stuto that tho city
of JtoiiN headquarters of General Uuelin,
commander of tin Gciman army sent to
assist General von Kluk. Is burning and
that the rulltuad bridge on the main line
between Motis and Hi usscls at UU r -k lias
been blown up, cutting railroad commuiu-
inc Uermaii forces at
or t.b! per cent, over 1913. The rates por
IPO in the various districts ore:
Otutic eater Clt)
IlernuKh of Audubon
IiornuEh uf C'hinllhurat . . .
llnrr-uFh of t'olllnsswocd . .
nornugn nr iiuiinomi'iu
. a st
Iluruui.li of Huildon llclxrits. . . '.'.Ill
ttoiuuch of Laurel Sprlmpi.... U''J
Ucrougl) of Merchnntvllle ,r
llorouuli of Oiklyn I.U3
lloiouiili of V'!lynne. ,,.,,. , t.Ul
Tcjunshlp of llcrlln J.TI
Tuu iu,hi of iVnire S.U7
Tnunihlii of CUmemen 1.B0
T'inihi if IXIuuuro 1.111
Township of lilourener S.ST
( I. i, if ilH.Mun l.So
Tuunnhlp of l'tni-uiiKen S.SO
Tow nhli of Voorhtes I CO
r n i y of WuKrfurcl a.M
Township of Winaloiv 2 1U
Avtratu J. IS
isrusssels und .Mens,
Traveler nriiviiiK fiom Ghent predict
heavy fighting thete In the near future,
as the Germans are making every effort
to penetrate to Antwerp. They huvc been
repulsed uealn near Termumle, in the
vicinity ot which they irmiuid to de
stro s -eral villages b a witliuring
It is evidently the Germans' intention
to fotiv tin- r .vav through to m. xu-olus,
If possible, iiul complete the ting of hi.
vestment around Antwerp Their bom
bardment of tht city must In defetied.
j'1'1 I howevet, tdl thlr big guns are brotiHlH
."'..,, ' near eunuch to be effective and the con
crete emplacements ror litem nave neen
0LNEY WANTS ENGINE ROOM
Committee Asks Dhector Porter to
Remodel Police Station.
A delegation representing the olney Im
rrovement -usoclation iulle.1 upon Hi
rector Porter today and lequested that
the old 35th Listrlct Police Station, at
Itltlrig Sun lane and Summervllle stuet,
be i (.-modelled They asked thut part of
tltc btatlun house be set aside as a fire
engine room because the nearest tire sta
tion In the vicinity, that in Ilranchtoun.
is too far distant from dine to aim.o
an urgent cell Director Porter promised
to take the matter Into consideration Th
delegation was composea ol J Frederic ciennan vessels luv heen in;,i . "I
CHICKEN THIEVES WELCOME
Police Yearning for More After Be
ing Rewarded for Capture,
Police of the' llranc lituwri station are
earning tenia v fui mon ulk-K.-cl cliiekt-ti
thieves to captme. The caught two Sat
urday, and us a result were l n-sented
witli a clozen fat bens by Sirs. Josephine
I'oweeo. of Wyncote, jUiose rousts had
been robbed. The two men, Pasuuatu
(iitllani and Julius Sandiuo, of l'iri Nor'.h
Fnirhill street, W u turned over to the
.Mcmifc-i mciy I'ounty iwljce today.
(iullaia und Saiuiinu were arrested
early Saturday muitiinx. Tlit-v had three
suitcases. uiituiint( 13 chickens, whus
necks had bec-n wrung. All were returned
tu Mrs. Coweeo
NEW MILEAGE BOOR
ON TWO RAILROADS
IN EFFECT THURSDAY 1
an Innovation, Good on 25
Other Lines P. R, R
Mllcogp books of lite Philadelphia and
Ucnillng Hallway Company nnd the Penn
sylMiltln Itallrund Company, under th9 '
new rates which were Inricnscd ftom 2
to 2'4 cents n mile, and which go Into
effect on ThuiRday, will bo good on many
railroads on which the books weto hot ac
ceptod foimctly. Tho changes will be'
mo't drastic un tho Heading,
Tim mileage books of both companies"
which formeily Bold for ?20 will b0 ad-'
valued to $.'2.C0, and the Interchangeable'
books will soil for ?:.",, with a rebate of"
$J.C0 when tho' covuis at-o icttimcd to tho
coinian. Fotmct-ly the latter book sold
for $.'5 with n rebate of ?3 when the cover
was ictui-ncd. -;
The Intorcliangcablo book of the Head- '
Ing, which ls an Innovation with the com-'
pany, will be good on 'Si mili-onci, ottiur"'
than the Heading itself, nnd the com- ft
)ian's regular mileage book, formerly the"
only ono Issued, and which was inter
changeable to a limited extent, will bo n
good on 10 rullionds other than tho-.-;
No chanuo will bo made In the book"
Issued by tin! Pennsylvania Halltoad lc-
slrictcd to the company's lines, but the-.
InteichntiRcabla book will now Includo...
llie New i'oik Ccutlnl, Ccntinl Hallioad ,.
uf New JciLc-y, Heading, West Shore and,,,
sicrnl other inllroads.
The lutei-qhangi-ublu nillcugti book of the "
Heading will bo good on the following
Raltlniiire .Hid Ohio Itnllioiid (liclwccn all .""
1 nt.itiuni cast" tit (jinn IUer. InducliiiB llio lln
I'ltibliutgh, Pa., to Mt. Jeuett. l'u.. uml Plus- . -l.in.lii.
l'u., to Ki'ii'iui. W. ,i mtlunc cx
cijti ihat ItcUels will licit be accepted for intru-
tlatc! navel in VeRt ilgillni.
j Hath .curl liiiiunioncliort ltiillitmil tbeniccn
1 .ill l.llli'll3J. -
i liuiinii. ltniiicRlor uml iMUibumli llulluay
(li'.iMnn all siuiioiiK). ""
I iHul.iiu und bus-quU'.jnna IUtllcvuj (tiotweea ,,
Ceiitim Kullionil of New Jersey (between -
all muiioiih, rxciM tli.it tie-ke-ls will not lie ,
aecinicl mi hum! Iloul. tuuie, nleamliontd
lid cm N, uml li, 1(. t., except tor
tii'i'l en route between tw-u s.ati' us en tho
C. Jt. It. ol V J., p.u.icins uvci tha N. V. und
I. 11. It. It. on tli'in.s uf tho C. It. It. of
(.'Iiaiilnuqii.t Traction Conijinny (lictueen
tluil.iiii, .N. V. hiate J.lne. N. V., atnl Inter
ni, l.iuu hiuituni on I,, b. and M. S. lt. and
JuincMmwi. .N. Y via W.mIIcUI, N v., and
betwein liufttilo, N. ., l'rrpc-t. X V., und
Intel nn .hate itatluns cm lVnnHlv.inl.i lull-
ruacl anil JuineuiuiMi, .. Y.. ia M.ovillc. N
Y.). Not uood locally beiweeu L'liautauiiua
Tr.it tlju Ciiiniiuny biuuouH,
i'lie'M'iieiike and Ohm ltnllivuy (between all
Muitm;i c.mt of and iticluitinu Kenoa, Y. Vu..
ecii tint tickets will nut lie ntcejit'cl tor
Imiuhiate tluvel in West Virginia).
Coal and Coke IUulwuy (liciucen all sta
tlonsi. I'linwall and Lebanon Kallroad (between all '
c.iiuibi'iliiuj VlllIe Ituilrnuil (between all
btiitinni, e.cpt lucully between anil including
Jl.irnabiiru-. lu., and J.-mn tie, l'.i.).
iJeluwate, I.aekicwuniia uml Western ltall
roud (between all Htations, cxe.t fur Jiical
i.ihi-.il,-i' on fcrrlCB between New York, N. V.,
unci llobukc-n, N. J.).
Ihie- ltuilroiul (between all statioiiH east of
unci lnvitiuin Yuunitntown. u. , Oil c'it, l'a.(
lJunl.uk, N. Y., and tfutiHtitjion Ibiib-e, N.
Y.. cxeeiil luealjy on lei lies between New
York, ,. Y., mnl Jertiy Cii, N. J.).
Lake Uliore unci Michigan auuihe-in ICulwa
icetween liiUTaio, N. ., una Ymuib'-iuwu, u.;
lemeeii llutiulu, .N. Y., Mtiiic line. -N 1.. unj
Intermediate station, ana fiom sue li siaii'.nj
tu Janiculown, N. ., . u.ttlali. . 1 ;
bclwcn u.l elty. Pa., Uu Hum, l'.i.. und In
teriuec.iaii. siuuoni: be-nvce-n luinkiiK, N Y.,
'IltiisUlc, l'a., mil iuurtneiliu.c ntatons on
li. .. , nnd I'., I rum Huilalu, .N. V.. Mat
I.lne, N. Y., and fctiulcnH Intel meJlate thereto
lo I'lttburKh, Pa., and stutmnt 'if. tiKrco.
un I'lttaburKli and Iatke line lcullro.ul!
I. thigh Valley Ituilroad (between nil sta
tions!. Mt. .lewett, Klnzua nnd rtitore ill. Itailrnad
(un tinliis lietween 1. uial.ee. I "a . and sii.cih
I'ort, l'u., uiily).
New- Jci3i- and Now York Ituilroad (between
Xew .one und linr; liran.-h It illi ul cuek
eiB will bo ac-rented on a through l'eniela
nla ItullruuU train as pail of a cnnunuuui
J'jirm, an fullowtj: Metweea a aluii"ii un ilia
l'i nnavlvnnla Itallroacl, cast m Perth Ainbj,
N. J., unci Krnalou, .V. J , or a matlon wot
thereof, also between Allent.jcvii. .N. J . or a
tf.utiun west thereof, and a station on tin- New
iurk und Long lirunch Itallroad, north of be a
Utrt, N. J., tu and inc-linllnt,' I -mi; ilramb. N.
J.: aUu between Hay Head, N. J., or u nation
iut tticreoi-, and a etatlon un the New Y nk
und Luna ilruneh Itallrond north of Ita Ileal
N J., to und including Lnuc- llramli, N J.
(el.i C. It. it. of N. J. tralnn, i 'emr.il
Ituilroad of Now Jcrteyi 'ri.kets will ncit In
ueeeptecl fur loeul jiusa igo on New ork and
lm- Uranch ltallru.ul).
New- York i intrnl and Hudson Itier It ill
road (bctnien ull stntlons. except tli.it tl kt
U1 nut he Bo.nl for use by way I a'sengen
between Htatinaii uron liio tnuin line between
Albati). N. Y., anil Iluill i, N. Y. It will
be good between Albany, N. v., and lluifuiu,
.V. .. iiucr).
New Yak, I'hiludilphU and Norfolk Itall
road (lietween and including LMinar, I'll.,
I ap e'liiirlia, Vu., and I'riMleld, Ml i.
Ne,i Y irk. fiiHeiuelainna and Weste'in Itall
road (bet wen all stutlonu).
l-eim.-vU una Ituilroad Philadelphia, U.iltl
in uu una iVuMlitniite n Itailioad. West Jeity
unci rte-aaliuru itallroad. (lietween nil ta
tioim, ex.Hit that tbktta will nut le I tor
1 al pnsbuge between tctauon: on th. lloe 1 -iwnii
I'liiladelphlu (llroad ttiect stailoiii t'a ,
und aid (., l'a.. Darh), l'a.. Angora l'a, or
North Philadelphia, l'u., or between I'uiuleii,
N J., und South Camden. N. J., or I'uiouiu, ,
N. J., ur between Pittsburgh. I'l. an I Wcl
klnbuig. l'a.. or Irtwrn I'alMri I ni i,
I'ilinynnii menao and Middle sire.t -nu...n
i i llailliiiure-. Mil . or lietween Jn-cc ' 1 . V
J., and Marlon. N. J., ur lociillj on th- N. .
und L II. It It.
Pittsburgh und laike Krlo Itnilroa.r ib. twen
all stations cast uf und including l'lu-i uicli.
l'u.. from Pittsburgh. I'l., und static n- nt
tu ull statiuns mi the L. S unci .l H lt..n iv,
brtnrtn dtulo lln. N. V . and Itumilu, N .
tni'liisleo fiom lMiisburgh, l'u. .not --ic" lS
eas' of to ull station on the Kile It din o I,
rust of und Including I'niun cite, I'd N't
iu nt locally b.-twiiii p. unci L. K. It. It 'a
tiro west of Pittsburgh, l'.i.
I'liishursli, I'liii'iniiatt. nilmgn and St I' as
Itallwnv (between Pittsburgh. I'.t . unl "I l
Ing. W. Va . only, but not to. from ' ' -
twien intirini-dlHte inllntsl.
WcHtorli Marvl.nul Kullu.iv (betw.eii ill -till
in.i exe-'iu that ticket will nut I ' ' d
f'.i intiusiate travel In West Virgimii
Wllkes-llarre and Kusuui Itullrua I ib.-iwcn
The Heading mileage book, not li.iimg
(bo Interchangeable feature, will bo good
on the following railroads the i-.itn'- ai
the iutercliungenblp; Haltimou md
Ohio, Iliiffalo and .Suscpiebanna, Huffco,
Hochesler and Pittsburgh, Central it ill
road of Now Jorsey, Ueiilgb V.il! J and
Pittsburgh and Luke Rrie; al.-o the Sus
quehanna and Now York. I'mtui Hutu
road of Pennsylvania, Cornwall Halliuad
uml tho New York Central within thu
Statu of Pennsylvania.
JAPAN GUARDS COAI. SUPPLY
MANILA, Sept. 3 The Jupaiu-eu Gov
ernment has Instructed Juji.in..- i04
dcaleu In tlunlla not to m-11 enal '.nib
out ieceiviu a bund for twice it ealcu
and Vt insist upon a Consular Ui-in-eiioii.
(is .icnon was caused by rermrts that
Burkhart, John H. Klcbards, Milton Wolf , hero to supply German ar vessels In the
end John Hartman. I pacific.
I.Q&M. l'HUS UliCORD
P Jl. Iisfc
tl.ft--(SVl B. 01 b st.: (tore and dnelllug
of Juu.es Hlown '"J
tV.SU- UUSS Murkct st.. More- und duel! , .
Ing ut P. J. Muiuluu "-
3 SO-SOt h si. uml I'e.welteu m. , .-If-el
of tlw PimnslkunU Itailr.aJ I'rIMInJ
i Ut IUT Krankford ae . stum sin
dwelllUK of Max Kin lurtiuj
4 3J JZIT ISW N. Howard st . lain
mill of j: fpaugler fc l'u S-ceOU
u 15--K1.I WlUUr t. dwelliiitf ue-upiel
bj Morris Amen frlllD-
11 a -J.'iib at ual Husuurhanna a
f. iue of Hie Aiu-rl.an Jl- haD,'Jt.,
Uiai ;n N 21 store and Jei'tn -.
of Kr-ink; fTtdcn k IrlBiai
U it ll-ir TK-i D st stablu ef Fr-i'r;
i s iryt
z i s, t i ihsiniffl Ttri