Evening public ledger. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, October 22, 1914, Night Extra, Page 4, Image 4
i 'n'iiiliBBwSMO'' ..HH nij,iil.iuWi I i.nipiw-.n iui,iutLUW WUIUtl.'WW'!WllWSi '4 EVtiNIffG torn PHILADELPHIA' THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1014. GERMANS IN ROUT ABANDON ADYANCE AT WARSAW GATES NEPHEW OF KAISER SHOT BY OWN MEN, PORTUGUESE REBELS IN HOSTILE MOVE TO HALT WAR SCHEMES IS LONDON REPORT v m Mmiy'mmm.ifirfiifii ACTUAL SCENES AT THE FRONT il in mi H i KlilumnMiiiii.il i iiiliiiilil.il ll il mil iilinLjiiii m iririmi milium ii , , ,m minim mini .. . u iiiniiiiiii n m I i i jl lawk, . . . w mm mv ia mime h 1? i 15: ,1 1 1 .n ..r r , I r 1 1 I t I P ' ' I1 I v, ' Russians Sweep Away Re sistance at Bayonet Point. Czar's Troops Also Victors on Lower Vistula. rETROGUAO, Oct. 52. The lctrcat of the beaten Ocrman foices In Russian Poland Is assuming tho pro portions of a rout, according to a leport from headquarters of the General Staff made public hero todnv. It sax: Our troops nre now taking the offen sive along a large stretch of the froht, sweeping away the resistance of the Gorman tear guards and driving them at the point of the Imjonet from fotcsts and villages and taking prisoners. Another statement njs. In the Husslan theatre of war, the forward movement of the UuJilan army has accomplished an important success In the region of Vnravv. Thev have repulsed the enemv more than 13 kllomcttes (seven miles). The prog ress of the Ituslnns Is equally ap preciable at tiangorod and to the south of Przem.vsl. VhlIe great throngs weie parading the streets today, cheering for the nrmle of HussIh and the Allies, the omclal Russian news agency Issued n state ment which failed to disguise tho fact that German forces n.re onlv a few miles from Warsaw. It stated that the Ger mans had tried to push forward In tho district between I'ruszkow and Blonle, but that the;, had been repulsed. These two towns are about tight miles south east of Warsaw. Blonle on the railroad from Lowlcz and I'ru!.kow on the tine from Sklernlewlcp. OFFICIAL STATEMENT. The statement was: The Russian troop" coming to the defense of Warsaw dlaplnved "xcep tlonal energ . They saved the city frbm a German bombardment. The Russian coup was effected with great swiftness that was called for by stra tegical reasons Documtnt. taken from prloners who were captured show thnt the Germans were confident of entering that city be tween the l"ith and 17th of October. Siberian leg'ments arriving at War mw were sent to the front, but not before the were warmlv greeted by the populare. which was greatly Im pressed bv the martial nlr of thse young troops Braverv which the subscquentlv dlplnved upheld the con fidence that hpd been felt In them. In desperate bayonet charges at night In the foret of Motschldlovsk the young Siberian soldiers took man prisoners belonging to the -1st German corps. The l5th German corps and some of their reserve troops who attempted to push forward In the region between Blonle and I'ruszkow suffered severe ly. It was there that the Siberian troops, with othei Russian forces. In flicted terrible losses on th enemy. Many villages In the vicinity were taken and retaken in hand-to-hand fighting. This report Indicates that Russia has been compelled to draw on Its troops in Asia to fill lis nrst lines opposing the Germans. Today's celebration here was due to announcements that the Germans have been driven back west of the Vistula nnd that the Anglo-French forces in the west had defeated the Germans with heavy losses. The demonstration hm of an orderly character, the crowds parading betwet.ii the embassies and consulates of the allied nations and cheering the Allies' enrovs repeatedly. The.v cheered for 10 minutes at the Belgian legation. rRZCMYSL FIGHTING 11CAVV. It Is officially unnounced that Genera! Brouslloff, the victor of Hallcz, is in com mand of the Russian troops operating against the Austrian troop3 south of Rrzemysl A statement Issued on the operations In that portion of Galicia tas Heavy lighting has been going on ruuth of Pizemysl for sl dajs The Austrian losses have been tremen dous. Thousands of prisoners have been takn. These Im'.ude many Ger mans. A dispatch from the Warsaw corre spondent of the Novoe Vrem.va aajs that numerous German prisoners are being continually brought in. One paitv, he said, included a German general, who had been sent bv the Kaiser to confer tho Iron Cross upon his soldier. Many of the decorations were captured with him. The correspondent stntes that the Ger mans have succeeded In getting some of their artillery near Warsaw and that a long-range duel .ontlnue.s day and night. Wherever the Germans advame they dig deep trenches, this lontraMin,; In marked manner with the Russian operations, ine Czar's troops dig only shallow- trenches, that protect them from frontal attacks, but are of no advantage to the Germans If the Russians are compelled to retire. RUSSIANS FLEE FROM LAST PASS HELD IN CARPATHIANS Vienna Claims Gain In Stubborn Fighting in Qalicla Also, VIENNA, Oct 22 It is officially announced that the Rus sians have been driven from Hungary and that the Austrian are gaining ground In Gallcla. The following statement was issued today "We have captured, in the Carpathians, ths JablodM Pass, the last point held there by the Russians There Is not an enemy left on Hungarian soil "In Bukowlna we advanced as far as the Great Sereth "We have gained in several spots In a heavy, stubborn attack on the fortified positions of the enom from I'totzyn. in the high road east of Jledyka. while tho Russian counter-attack could not penetrate our ranks. "Our troops have captured the heights north of Nizanknwlce, which followed the capture of the villages located against the heights. In the southern wing the main battle was waged by artillery. The mod cm field fortification stem being lib. erally applied, the battle takes greatly the character of a fortress war" GERMAN AERIAL BASES REPORTED IN SCOTLAND Reward Offered for Discovery of Storage Places for Petrol. NEW YORK. Oct 22.-Passengers ar riving here today on tbe Adriatic report that Great Britain is greatly alarmed over the discovery that the Germans have secret bases for their aircraft In Scot land. They say that posters, displayed In Scotch towns, offer a reward of VX to any one who gives information leading to the discovery of any place In Scotland which is being used by the Germans for stor age ef oil and petrol It was said by these pasengerg that the Government is in possession of au thentic information showing that the Gcr- muni, long before the war was thought oi ia oui operating oases tor their aircraft in certain sections of Scotland. tut that so far It has beer, Impossible to locate these wttb. any dtae of ccr- wjutjr. r Body of Prince Maximilian of Hesse, Said to Have Bullet Wounds in Back, Unburied for Days. LONDON " t 12 eorrespondent of the Pall News, writing from Calais, after giving details of a German attack nt n place and on a date eliminated by the censor, s.iv s "In this district some tiodps, upon en tering n small village held for some davs by -ho russlnn. came upin tin bnii of the ro-j ear-old 1'rlnco Maximilian of Hesse, son of the Knlser's joungist sister He had been dead for thiee da and the body was stripped of cvorihii; , except a tunic nnd socks. The bod was ' marked with five wounds made .5 ro voher bullets from behind, nnd the tale that is whispered In this little pluo is that he was the vlcl'm of his nvn soldiers. "A. rough colfln of deal hoard wis made for the boy, for he vvmi little mm. than that, then for three long davs he lav In his rude open colTln In the out building of a small farmhouse The b d has been sent now Into the German lines.' IN THE TWO LOWER PICTURES t-0 tZZ3 ' ' , v '-: k ' nXTDTTCLT f T? ATT TTTC T J T C UiNKUaO Uj? ALr-LllLO KULjLo Cnntlnurd from I'nee One the plateau to the east of Onnnne, In the regiun of Soualn, in the At gonne, at Tour de Paris isouthwest of Varennesi, In the region of Slelan court, in the Wqevio legion towards Champion and at tho southeast of St. Silhiel." Wo have advanced slightly In the Argonne and in the south part ot tho Woovre region on the Bols de Sloptmarme. Cnoliltial repoits sny the Allle3 are rolling baLk the German line. Thoy have advanced 13 miles north of I.illo nnd, for the first timo blnce tho battles in the north began, they have advanced east of Lille. The losses at this point are very heavy, but the Germans, It is stated at military headquarters hero, are losing in tho rati', of 6 to 1 of the Allies, because of the fact that they are delivering frontal at tacks agnin&t positions fully protected by artillery. The mllltuo experts here aro verj much encouraged over tho immediate outlook. GERMAN RIGHT IMPORTANT BRRLIN. O't 22. Capture of the northern France tanal system, from Arleux to tha olso River, after hard fighting, is announced here TJils i3 expected to have immediate ef fect en the fighting about Lille which is considered here to be decisive as to the result ot tho campaign on the west ern front of the opposing forces in France and Belgium. Il was. also stated that every attack by the Allies on the Germans had ueen repulsed with heavy iuees to the aa satlants and (bat the Germans are rn?k It proves in Belgium, although this is necessarily slow because of the na ture of the ground. The situation In the eastern theatre of DREADNOUGHTS ASSIST IN SHELLING LAND FORCES miMju.n nt..1 ttrmili dreadnoughts! uh i mbaid iu tnr. UeimdU land fnrLf lilona tie H.-1 ia coast and are fortius il i.vu -, iroops io nunaraw rem tntir t m- ns undej a rain of shell? This was it inltted at the Admiralt tin .iffrnon after unofflcUt reports had "m JSht tie sam lniormatiou to London Xiom the fiiipiii i. i jii '..Jl IM m Ik' I'll I1IL I iM'IIIWimw JU1U1L 'MIMI ' J1uIl IL j-Illi iLULJul-J .11II1JMIWImjMI1I1LI1' lWLMi1 Ij JiMLiL J iM il 1 IW. W yf'Mtw: '.g irro aat?.y kj t m is ftASfa 'i ''llil'iii'l 'imi'i' iliii III I Mi'i 1 iIIhi'i 'IP ' 'i'iIi ' "I' 'In In "ii lii yrMMmm M ' " , 1 vTT 1 i ii L , H . J IS I SP. UHLANS ON THE MARCH THROUGH BELGIUM ARE SEEN FRENCH SOLDIERS BACK FOE FROiM COAST They dcilare thnt the Gel mans arc pre paring tu evacuate their positions near tho Channel, mid there will be no sur prise if within a short time the enthe German wing rctlies Inside of the Bel gian fionllc-r. An unntlleial report says that the Al lies are In Roulers. ten miles northeast of Ypres, nnd tills likewise lacks War Otlice (.onltrmatlon. "More thnn W towns nnd villages have been wiped out or ruined by the flghtlnr, particular! by the artillery fire. Artil lery duels have been a stirring featuie of the hostilities in the extreme north. In theso long-range tights with heavy guns many noncombatants have been killed. Three battalions of German Infantry, in trying to forre a pass.igo through the Vosges, enecountered n dtroug detaeh m nt f French engineers and artillery that lidrt taken up position during the nUht The Germans deplojed In order to sui round the Trench, hut the latter opened tire with their three-Inch guns and did teiriblo execution, Tho Germans stood their ground for a while and then gave way.. CAPTURES CANAL SYSTEM war is said to he unchanged as to any derisive engageimr t The announcement of the seizure of the tanal satem follows. After violent fighting the Germans occupied the northern canal system, reaching from rleu). eix miles i-outh.southeast of Liouui, for 35 miles In th direction of the River Olse. The canal Is now unused and Is en tirely dry, and the Germans have turned it Into a fortified position, which is occupied by strong forces. The canal has been the object of the latest fighting, as It is an important position in this part of the battlefield. Arleus is only eight miles eakt of Arras, around whUh, according to re cent French omclal statements, tierce fighting has been in progress. i'oJHesloti of the canal gives the Ger man right an Important line of Improvised defenses. ,i ontimnt tor more than 31 hours At rtrsi the iuu1 miu against the Uer- n,an wa ,.,nfirr.i tn Ipstmvera .inrt moiitu.s yut i -jw ioe battleships havi. uiu' - d In ttxs fri witn their great guns Westende. SUne anrj mher vilL-nren along the v"igi are -being bombarded The monitors Sevem H iraber arFMer. ey, jvhlch were brought ftora ! GUARDING GERMAN PRISONERS Brp hfi' U31 because their light "BUI diauBl.t enables them to nppionili are being used because their light light di aught enables them to nppionili the shoie with s.lfetv It is reported that because of the dead ly accuracy of tho British gunners tho Germans have been compelled to ubandon their nttacks on the extremo left of tho Belgian army at Nluport; that they have letreatcd to SliddlcUlrke, between Nieu port and Ostend, from where they are : . .. .. .. , .. . .i Lomiiarmiijf .Mupori .. ' . that the railroad to Ghent has been , blown up by the Allies. Destruction of tho railroad will tlelny the Germans In bringing up their 16-inch guns to reply to the lire of tho rltlsh tleet. It is Mild that two of theso suns were on the way to the coast when tho railroad waK destiojed. Information Is nlso received nero nun i"""""N " """ -""-" ""..' thn Allli'H h.le ruOCCUIIIed UlO llelgiail town of Roulers. but the Germans are at- Ing from the coast. The n.itt e H un tjcklng them fiercely und the Issue has I decided. Sluny villages nlong tho coast not set been decided. , "vo been de&troyed. At Ostend. which For M houifc." tavh a Renter dispatch I is still in the hands of the Ucimans, tho trim nisterdam "II Rrltls.li waishlps I Tl'ermlnus Hotel Is crowded with have been bombarding the German troops I wounded," TSING-TAO SHELLED AS JAPANESE FLEET TRAILS FOES' CRAFT TOKIO, Oct. K I LONDON'. Oct. 22 . n- .i-. ... i,, I A illspatch from Venko to the XJve nopibardment of fslng-lao by neavy lll)g Newa g?s that le nlln Kull. artillery corps of the navy was opened ' boat Agordat and the destroyer Dardo today, according to a statement issued, today landed a company of marines at ' ... .... ,,,, ..,. I Avlona, Albania; that the 47th Italian at the Admiralty this afternoon. ,,,. ,s rea()y , P,nbark fol. AUolia. Heavy guns from the Japanese battle- , anj tiat telephonic communication -witu ships have been landed, and it is e- i Rome has been cut off to prevent pub- ...i .v,n viiih these the reduction of the fortress will be nccompllshed. Almost all of tho Japanese warships except those at Tslng-Tao have been de tailed to search the Pacific for German cruisers. A number of these nave neen reported pear Hawaii, and the main Jap- '. ... rfrnn hna srnne In that ill. rectlon. Dispatches received from Paseht) say the Japanese, in thtir recent raids on the Cjcrnian Islands in the Soutii Seas, de stroyed the Qerman military etiulpment. They seized J3GO.0O) In gold and also am munition and rifles. Ten olilclaU on each of the captured islands surrendered to the Japanese. The commander of the Hrltlsh China fleet has cent a message to the Japanese Naval Minister expressing sympathy at the loss of the Japanese cruiser Taka chiho during the operations In Kiao-t'hau Bay The dispatch was sent In the name uf ail the officers of the British fleet The Minister answered with an expres sion of gratitude on behalf of the Japanese mayy. AND BEA RING WOUNDED TO on the coast The uermans endeavored to approach Nieupurt. which thev bom- balded, but they weie shelled h.v the Hiltish ileet. Krenth nitlllery nlso hnrassed them. "1'he Germans are now stated to bo ic trcHtlng nnd entieuchlng themselves mar SUddlekerke. It is uimoiud nt Ohtend I, that the Allies sucuideit In blowing up he liillwn to Ghent. A tniln with Gcr m!ln unlln,le,l h..M been held in, (since mi in e.terrin. Mam German wounded have nrrived at Ostend today. "Tho Allies Teoccupler Roulers on Tues day. In the environs nt tho town the battle was still i.iging yesterday. Jlany ' houses aro burning. .Many citizens have fled to France and Holland. Tlio Germans are bombarding Nleuport ii.i.ii..i. nM. iii .,,..1. nm .wiuui.-ni-i. ninm '-- n.-,.,- ITALY LANDS FORCE i IN ALBANIAN PORT, RUMORED IN LONDON mmiun u una n The Italian embassy In London states thnt it Is unable to confirm or deny thla report from Venice. The sending of troops to Avlona Ii I tab will not In any way alter Italian neutrality according to a Government olIlcl.il. who, commenting on the publl cation thnt Italy had notified the Bovvtrs " win intervene, nam. Italy is not nimlng at the ncaulsitlun of territory. The publication of tho ic port that It would Intervene to save tin Interests of Italians and all foreigners m Avlona was premature. Albanian nt u trnlity Is lielnij systomatkally vloluud intervention by Greece may be expect-.1 albo." KAISER'S BELGIUM STAFF REMOVES FROM GHENT Garrison Beduced and Plundering Is Reported in Suburbs. AMSTKltUAJl Oct -r-Ueports from thv, border of Holland tu that cannnnading Is lontinuall) b aid from the wt-st, were heuv HkMi-j ii taking plaee Th n.rni.n CtnPf 1... lr-fl m..it ff Ci-umuiont. M miles to the south and eat ef Wettern. THE REAR IN HANDBARROWS RAI n A pREh (IF R S AM? UHUIOIH rncc "r nUOOIHIMJ), WHO ALSO QUIT HUNGARY Berlin Officials Sny Eastern Poland la Under Oerinnn Administration. COPn.VHAGR.V, Oct. '. The lost remaining Ruj-Mnns Invading Gnlicl.i after n new dcff.it have fled over the Gnllclnti frontier back into Russia according to n dispatch from Berlin, cma n.itlng from official sources thete. Tho dispatch nlso dcclaies that Hun gary Is now cleared of Russians. The German military administration is now In operation in Russian roland, having been established at Soj-novlc, instead of tho foimer Russian administration. PHILADELPHIA is a fertile field for the Electric Vehicle Manufacturer. Our great mileage of asphalt paving, in com bination with practically no heavy grades, permits the operation of motor trucks under the most favor able circumstances with respect to cost of operation and maintenance. This Company maintains a fleet of 42 Electric Vehicles because Electric haul ing is more efficient and economical in every way than horse-drawn vehicles, and better on every count for city and suburban work than gas cars, except where excessive distance at high speed is requisite. We can refer you to a number of well-known manufacturers utilizing fleets of Electric Truck, and employing our service and favorable rates nr tor oattery charging purposes. J---lSrS-a-9-' .,.. ., ... kvv j iiy 1 JffSbdv v naies, estimates my). -.l ffity&v'fiF&r&l -? and full informa- ftft ilTifflBlHIl ATWriDHlQ I 4Bl1TirrinvfkMfiiiMVI f i If ' Royalist Uprising Designed to Keep Portugal Out of Nations' Conflict Man uel Urges Followers to Join Allies. LONDON, Oct 21 A serious situation has developed Is Portugal as a result of the royalist revo. lutlonary outbreak, according to late ad. vices received hero today, A dispatch from Oporto says: "Telegraphic and telephonic communl- cation with Lisbon has been cut. a number of bombs have been found on tho railways." 1 A delayed dispatch from a news agency currcaponuem, hciu iiuiu iisDon TUei- dny night, says: "The night (Monday) passed quietly In tho provinces. There has been no at tempt at Insurrection except at Braganza. nnd Mnsra. At the lntter place 150 men In the Infantry school were arrested, In the course of the night parties paraded the streets cheering for the republic and making hostile, demonstrations outside the ofllccs of the monarchical news papers. "The Royalist outbreak at this time la attributed to a plot to prevent Por tugal Joining the Allies. Because of this belief, cx-KIng Manuel has addressed a j letter to his followers, appealing to the j Ronllsts to unite with the other parties 'In derense or I'ortugnl. "I have offered myself unreservedly to tho King of Knglnnd for any work or service to the alliance which has existed between the two countries for six cen turies," he says In the message to his llctucnants. (GREEK NEUTRALITY DEPENDS ON QUIET IN BALKAN STATES New Minister to United States Denies Friction With Turkey. WASHINGTON', Oct. 22. "We shall en tei the war If any mote of the Balkan .States do, and necessarily we shall go to war If Servla Is attacked by any other Balkan States, since we have an alliance with Seivln. But at present there ap pears no likelihood that we shall have to take part In the Kuropenn conflict." ThH statement was made by Minister bohllcmann. of Greece. The now envoy, who have Just taken up his residence In Washington, freely discussed the Near Oistern situation. "We have not mobilized and our nelsh- 1 bors nre quiet," he said. "Greece has , two lines of troops on Its frontier, It Is true. These are the men serving their regular period of military training, how ever, and their presence on the frontier ii not a matter of special significance. "Sly Government has not informed ms of tho departure of tho Greek Patriarch from Constantinople, as reported. Be cause 1 have not been directly notified ot " so important a matter, and because It seems Impossible that occasion could have recently nilsen for trouble between the Patrlnrch and tho Turkish Government. I place no credence In the rumors. All icliitlons between the Patriarch nnd tin Tuiklsh authorities were broken off nearly n sear ago." 5-Xl Exchange Car Department BARGAINS i.oi'OMOiui.i:. ioi4, ir ii, i. nun ::,oo miles. Elettrlc lighting and starting yi temf Verv rensmmble In price. I.OCOVIOIIII.K, 191.1. IB II, IV T-pautn-Kfr Touring ear Iliectrlc llshtlng and starting nyntems. 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