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EVENING LH5DGEK JPH1LADJ5LPHJUV., MuiWAJt, AWJUtfT 21, 1916,
AZIOM Dl ARTlfiLI A
j, JUA niviUE inumiim
Crt Auatriaci Hanno Perduto
tf,000 Uomini sull'Isonzo
nei Giorni dal 6 al 15
BtfLGAR TROOPS PRESS FORWARD
TO KAVALA, SIX MILES OFF
GLI ALBANfcSI IN RIVOLTA
. nOMA. 2t Agostb.
Tie form ftustrlacho hannd conllnuato
lla glornita dl lerl ft operate attncchl In
sUori lonlanl dalla zona dl Oorlzla nella
Crania dl allcggerlre la pres.ilone che le
trappe Itallane contlnuano ad esercltare nd
et dl ouella cltta'. Attacchl sono statl
eptratl, como annuncla II genernlo Cadorna
lrtl suo bollettlno odlerho, dagtl austrlncl
fialla valle dell'Astlco o nell'atta valle del
But e nella ona dl Plava. ma sono statl
tuttl resplnll. Net Trentlno contlnuano
Vd aversl vlotente azlonl dl artlgllerla.
"Ecco II testo del rapporto odlerno del
fctrierale Cadorna i
I vlolentl uraganl cho hanno Im
rJerversato sul teatro delle operazlonl
nella giornata dl lerl non hanno fatto
rldurre la. vlolenza delle azlonl dl
artlgllerla. Lo batterle nemlcho sono
state speelalmente attlve sulla fronto
del Trentlno e'nell'alta valle del But.
Le nostre batterle Hanno bombnrdnto
ancora parte della vnlle della Drava,
Osturb&ndo II movlmento del trenl
iutla llnea dl Val Pusterla.
Plceolt attacchl nemlcl si tono avutl
' nelln. valle dell'Astlco o nel settoro dl
' Plava, ma aono statl facllmcnte resplntl
dalle .nostra truppe. Ivt nol prendcmmo
ancha una ventlna dl prlglonlcrl,
durante gll attacchl del nemlco
Sull'altoplano del Carso dl Gorlzln,
nol abblamo consolidate le poslzlont che
conqulstammo recentcmente. II nemlco
ha bombardato dl miovo Gorilla ed I
pontl autl'Isonzo, ma Bcnza alcun
LB PERD1TE AUSTIUACHE.
i lerl l'agenzla Stefanl dlramava un co
munlcato ufllcloao del Minlstero dell Ouerra
nel quale si faceva II calcolo delle perdlte
ublto dagll austrlncl sulla fronto dcll'Ison
ro net dlccl glornl tra II 6 cd II ID dl Agosto.
Questo perdlte supcrano la clfra dl 65,000
uomlnl. I prlglonlcrl austrlncl cadutt nelle
manl degll Italian! sommano, sempre per I
dlecl glornl cltatl, a 22.000.
Le truppe del generalo Cadorna si tro
vano ora dl (ronto alle stesse condlztont
che si sono prcsentate agll Inglesl sulla
fronto delta Sommn, pcrclie' si trovano dl
fronto ad una seconda llnea dl trincera
mcntl che lo Stato Maggtoro austrlaco ha
fortlflcato febbrllmente negll ultlml duo
snnl. al dl la' dolla conca dl Doberdo' e
ml pledl delle alture del Carso. Questl trln
ceramentl sono statl scavatl su dl un for
rnldablle basttono costrulto dl cemento ar
mnto e dl calccstruzzo o sbarrano la via
Durante lo opcrazlonl dl guerra sulla
fronto dcll'Isonzo o' rlmasto ucciso, caden
do. da cavallo, Umberto Bocclonl, plttore e
scultore del plu brlltantt die conta la
Bcuola futurlsta. II Docclonl era gin' da
otto meal In servtzlo dl guerra alia fronte.
Aveva dapprlma servlto come clcllsta In
wncorpo dl volontaril nella reglone del
Garda, e reccntemente era stato nomlnato
Bottotencnto dl artlgllerla.
GLI ALBANESI IN RIVOLTA.
InformazlonI glunto qui dall'Albania dl
eono che tutto II paese degll Sklpetarl oc
cupAto dagll austrlacl e' In rlvolta. OH
Slbanesl. approflttando dell'eslgulta' delle
guarnlgionl austtiache, hanno formato mi-,
merose bande che scorrazzano per II paese,
rubando, assasslnando o dlstruggendo
Combattlmentl sangulnosl avvengono fre
quenttaslmamente tra bande albanesl e
truppe austrlache, tanto che 11 comandante
austrlaco In Albania ha domandato al gov
erno dl Vienna l'lnvlo di rlnforzl La sltu
azlone e' altrcttanto grave nel Montenegro.
Sulla fronte balcanlca e' comlncinta la
quarta offcnslva degll alleatl che va gradata
rnento svlluppandosl su dl una estensione dl
160 mlgtla. I bulgarl ed 1 tedeschl hanno
volute prevenlre questa offenslva degll alle
atl ed hanno attaccato su due puntl della
fronte. Come si sa, le truppe alleate fran
cesl, inglesl e serbe nel Balcanl sono aglt
ordlnl del generate francese Sarratl.
Bembra che oblettlvo di queste operazlonl
deglt alleatl sla quello di tagllare la fer
rovla cho collega Berllno a Costantlnopoll
e che passa per Nlsh. I bulgarl avevano
attaccato glornl sono la fronte serba ma
erano statl resplntl con gravlsslme perdlte.
Pooo dopo pero' II comandante serbo ebbo
ordlne dl evacuare Fiorina, che fu cost'
occupata. dal bulgarl dl cut dlvenne la base
dl operazlonl. Ora 1 serbl hanno vlolente
mento contrattaccato nella zona di Fiorina,
ma la battaglla e' ancora Indeclsa.
GEORGE WARNER DIES;
Philadelphian Suddenly Strick
en by Heart Disease in Hotel
at Cape May
Conttnned from re One
fighting with tli ? Serbs on ft 16-mllo front
70 miles northwest of Salonlca.
The B ulnars emerged from the village
of Fiorina and, attempted an ndvance south
ward. At the same time other strong Bul
garian detachments attempted an offensive
along the Monastlr-Salonlca Railway. The
Serbs drove In the right Dank of the Bul
garian force from Fiorina, forcing tho en
em back upon the town and at the same
time made a vigorous attack eastward as
far an Lake Ostrovo. Fighting Is still
Bulgarian forces are advancing south of
the Greek town of Fiorina, despite stubborn
Serbian resistance. Stubborn fighting con
tinued all day Saturday near Banltza, 31
miles northwest of Salonlca.
Unofficial reports stnto that the western
Bulgar forces advancing from Fiorina have
occupied the heights dominating Spesda,
only a short distance from Korlt.a, the
French nnd Serbian troops In that region
having retired. (Korltsa Is in Albanian
territory, west of Avlona.) Tho official
Serbian rtport, however, makes no mention
of any Bulgarian movement In this direc
tion, nnd states that the Serb advance
guards nre In contact with the Bulgarians
In the region of Fiorina.
BERLIN. Aug 21 Bulgaria's army, ac
cording to today's dispatches from Sofia,
not only anticipated a great offensive by the
Entcnto Allies from Salonlca, but struck
the Anglo-French forces when they were
least expecting It, thus advancing nt vnrlous
points a distance of from G to 20 miles.
For sovornl weeks ammunition has been
going forward to tho Bulgarian forces. Most
of It has come from German munition fac
tories. This supply service was halted for
a time when the Anglo-French offcnslvo on
tho Somme began, but this wns only a pre
cautionary measure, as It was soon learned
thnt tho German troops In tho west had
sufficient ammunition to cope with the situa
River, northeast of Kovel, yesterday, It was
officially nnnounced today, making prog
ress near Toboly and In tho region of
In Friday and Saturday's fighting on
this front 1166 prisoners, one cannon, 18
machine guns and other material were cap
tured. Slowly but surety tho Czar's forces are
opening up the way for tho Invasion of
Hungary through the Jablonltza and Kodna
Passes In the Carpathians. Late dispatches
from the front report the successful con
quest of Important heights In both regions
by tho Russians.
Heavy blows have been struck by the
Russians at both ends of the line held by the
armies of General Bruoslloff. while the dead
lock on tho center brought about by the
counter-ntneks of General von Bothmer's
Austro-Hungarian, German and Turkish
In the region West of Lake Nobel and
farther Bouth on tho Stokhod River, In Vol
hynla, attempts by the Teutons to stem
the Russian advance with counter assaults
cost them heavy losses without any ma
terial gains. The Russian forces that cap
tured Tuboly, In the sector, are pressing
BERLIN. Aug. 21.
Heavy Russian attacks on the Stokhod
River front, northeast of Kovel, were re
pulsed with Bcvere Russian losses, It was
officially announced this afternoon.
The Russians made fruitless attempts to
extend their positions near Kudka Czer-
wischo and were repulsed In other attacks
west of Lubloszow.
In Gallcla tho forces of Archduke Karl
captured Spauskl height.
strongly fdrtlfled wood between Gulllemont
and Maurepas, six German cannon were
captured. . .
Practically the whole of the village of
Maurepas Is now In French hands as the
result of Thursday's fighting and local ac
tions since that time. The French first cap
tured a number ot strong positions at the
outskirts of the town and then drove the
Germans from the remainder of the village
with their artillery. Germnn artillery
made It Inadvisable for the French to oc
cupy the remainder of Maurepas until
French lines were advanced further north
of the village. -
A violent artillery duol has been raging
on the Somme front. The Germans opened
with a tremendous bombardment of the
ground captured by the French between
Gulllemont and Maurepas. The French re
plied with terrific gusts of gunfire to pre
vent the Germans from delivering counter
attacks. The duel then spread all along
ALLIES BEATEN BACK
UPON SOMME AND MEUSE,
BERLIN WAR OFFICE SAYS
BERLIN', Aug. 21.
Attacks by tho Allies on both the Somme
and Verdun fronts were ropuiseu oy uic
Germans last night, the War Office an
nounces. North of the Somme River German po
sitions were vigorously assailed, but the
assaults were checked by tho German fire.
In tho Verdun sector the French concen
trated their efforts against Thlaumont
work, on the eastern side of the MeUBe, but
were unable to advance.
RUSSIANS RESUME ATTACKS
AGAINST TEUTONS ON STOKHOD
AND INCAR PATH IAN PASSES
I'ETROORAD. Aug 21
The Russians further advanced their
lines In scvero fighting along the Stokhod
GERMANS SPRAY FRENCH
WITH LIQUID FIRE IN DASH
TO RECAPTURE FLEURY
PARIS, Aug. 21.
Tho Germans made a second desperate
attempt to recapturo the vlllago of Fleury,
three and one-half miles northeast of Ver
dun, last night, attacking In forco after
spraying tho French positions with liquid
The AVar Ofllco announced today that
French infnntry Are stopped the nttack
short. Inflicting serious losses on tho enemy.
In yesterday's lighting north of the
Somme, in which tho French captured a
BRITISH WITHIN 500 YARDS
OF MARTINPUICH: HOLD ALL
GROUND GAINED LAST WEEK
AT THE BRITISH FRONT IN FRANCE,
Aug 21. Not only have tho British hold
all the gains won In Saturday's atlaclt
through tho critical second day and night
following It, but they have made nnothcr
This morning they are within BOO ynrds
of Martlnpulch as tho result of taking the
redoubtable switch trench which had held
them up between Poztcres nnd Hlghwood
Hero in the center of their position, while
they have been creeping upon both flntikp.
vicious attacks and counter-attacks have
raged for weeks, and German ttt!Kianco
was strengthened after tho loss- ol P.res,
but at last the Germans have had to yield
to the Incessant hammering.
r The Van Sciver Sale i
Invites those who want furniture of the liner quality at prices
lower than commonvlace furniture is sold for elsewhere
THAT is the actual condition you will
find here finer grade furniture
offered at prices lower than ordinary
furniture is sold for elsewhere. How
can we do it? Well, you must remember
that we are manufacturers as well as retail
ers, which gives us exceptional advantages
in the purchase of materials, both raw and
finished, as well as a fore-knowledge of the j
market not available to the ordinary retailer.
Also, our inexpensive location, away from
the high rent district, yet convenient and
easily accessible, cuts our bperating costs
and enables us to keep our prices down.
Since the opening of this August Sale our
volume of business has broken all previous
records, yet so carefully and thoroughly had
we prepared, that almost every day sees new
and beautiful pieces on our spacious floors.
George TVarner, wealthy lumber mer
chant and clubman, fell dead In his son's
arms 'In the Cape May Hotel, at Cape May.
shortly after midnight yesterday morning.
Mr, Warner was 64 years old, and had
been suffering from heart disease several
years. He and his wife, his son Seymour
and the latter'a wife were returning from
the hotel to the son's cottage when he was
Mr. Warner was born In 1852 nt Penn'a
Manor, Pa. He was a member of the Soci
ety of Friends and was educated at WIN
tnlngton-. He took a position with the lum
ber firm of Gllllngham, Garrison & Co.,
and later became a member of the Arm.
When the latter company dissolved he
established a business for himself and had
offices Ip the Drexel Building.
H was an officer In several coal and
lumber companies. Independent of the busi
ness In which he was engaged In this city.
lie', was a member of the Union League and
Ho was active In the organization of the
Northwestern National Bank and was a
director la the Northern National Bank
Btnce Its beginning He will be burled en
Wednesday In the Friends' bUrlal ground
at Wakefield. Bucks County
I r j,"TTBi n-fcngraM a m nrj r- w-m i i wt m , m m I -- "
, . ' - ' i - l JBBi IS I !" M1JW I -J5-B-
A Bedroom Suite of English Mahogany, Inlaid, in the Simple Sheraton Style
In this beautiful Bedroom Suite the simpler Sheraton style with its charming combination of cane,
inlay ornamentation and finely grained wood is faithfully exemplified. The full-size Bed is S39.50. Tho
Bureau, at $54.00, is 48x21 in., with French Plate Mirror, 38x28 in. There is a Chiffonier to match at $48.50,
Triplicate Mirror Dressing Table is 40x20 in., Center Mirror 18x22 in., End Mirrors, 8x20 in. Price $35.00,
Some Examples of Our Sale Values in
This Solid Quartered Oak Dining
Chair in golden finish has box frame, full
genuine leather slip seat, 6haped legs
and carved feet.
Sale to nc Arm Chair to
Price, lt!LJJ match. S4.50.
Quartered Oak Dining Table
with shaped pedestal and carved claw
The stylo is good and workmanship
ough. Top 45 inches diameter with 6
extension, pedestal 8 inches. " j
Sale Price vl .
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feot 02sfS!3&.5Sr tension,
50 W:sm!S&zm $21,0-
Antique Mhg. Serving Table. $6.75
Fumed Oak Serving Table. . $7.75
Fumed Oak Buffet $11.50
Fumed Oak Buffet $13.50
Oak Extension Table $9.00
Oak Extension Table $9.50
Golden Oak Bureau $8.25
Princess Dressing Table,.. ,$12.50
Ivory Enamel Bureau $14.25
- Absolute Auction Sale
I N, J.
t f . 17-Mile Beach)
iPiUy from Aug. 19 to Sept. 4
Among the many features of (he
grtltts the limited offering of cnannel
and Basltt Front Iota and a, few Ocean
pvery Jot goea at your own price
and easy terms.
$1 Daily Excursions Both Roads
IN VALUABLE PRES,
1 - ITO GIVEN TO VISITORS
For 33e, tickets and full par.
Ucul&rs. wtlte. phoa or calL
MW'f-K JKSEY HEAITV CO.
Smiffs and Carpets
An enormous stock, nearly a quarter of a million dollars' worth from which to choose
and the savings range from 10 to 50. It is worthy of note that all our Rugs which are copies
from the Antique are absolutely exact both as to patterns and colorings.
Beautiful Royal Wiltons
$45.00, Wiltons. 9 ft. x 1 2 ft.
Axminster and Tapestry Brussels
$25.00, Axminsters, 9 ft. x 12 ft,' $19.85
$52.00, 10 ft. 6 in. x 12 ft.
$45.00, 9 ft. x 12 ft.
$42.00, 8 ft. 3 in. x 10 ft. 6 in.
$23.00, 6 ft, x 9 ft.
$21.00, Tap. Brussels, 9 ft. x 12 ft.
$17.50, Tap. Brussels, 9 ft. x 12 ft.
$97.50, I I ft. 3 in. x 1 5 ft. , $76,50
$87.50, 10 ft. 6 in. x 13 ft. 6 in. $69.50
$78.00, 10 ft. 6 in. x 12 ft. $62.50
$60 & $65.00, 9 ft. x 12 ft. v $46.50
$55 & $51, 8 ft. 3 in. x 1 0 ft. 6 in. $39.75
$35.00, 6 ft. x 9 ft. $28.75
$35,00 Body Brussels, 9x12 ft., for $24.50
During1 tn6 A U l?uat Said our Tlrnnrv HprmrtmAn: mnlfpn n ariA?n1
IVD ADEDIPC ?Tffe! 2f hte-grade Shades up to 3 ft- x 6Tt.. mounted on genuine
lIKAi ClUCu Hartshorn Rollers, hung complete for 75c. There are also many
N other attractive-offerings in Portieres, Curtains, Materials, etc.
The Savings You Make by Dealing at the Van Sciver Store Are Sub
stantial, and What You Buy Gives Life-long Satisfaction
$31.00 Body Brussels, 8.3x10.6, for $21.50
J)U? S J. u.
Market Street Ferry, Camden, N. J.
SENATE BEGINS DEBATE
ON REVENUE MEASURE
Opposition From Insurgent
Democrats Feared by" Lead
crs ; Hope for Adjourn
WASHIN'OTOX, Aup. 21. The Senate
began ilelmte today on the emergency rev
enue bill, deafened to raise $205,000,000 to
1111 the depleted Treasury, and entered upon
what may proe to he tho laBt week of tho
The revenue 1)111 Is tho last big measure
on this Msslon's legislative- program, and,
unless too much opposition develops on the
Democratic side, leaders on both sides are
hopeful of adjournment next Saturday. The
Hepubllcans will take three days to record
their opposition tn set speeches, but will
make no efforts to delay passage of the
bill. Senators Penrose, Smoot, Oalllnger,
Harding, Curtis and Sherman will present
the Republican arguments against this bill.
Despite tho caucus Indorsement ot the
bill, Democratic leaders did not conceal
their fear that the real light against tho bill
would be made by Insurgents on their own
side. Senator Underwood, of Alabama,
author of the Underwood tariff, has given
notlco of his Intention of fighting the tariff
commission provision of the bill. Senator
Phelan. of California, will make a de
tcrmlned fight against tho wine tax, wh lo
Senator Plttman, of Nevada, will lead the
opposition to certain feature of th M '
tlons tax Senator Thorn. Wi ,5!.??"Wt:
has nonouneed his opposition td IfciTir''
posed $130,000,000 bond Issue to !" j
expenses 01 ino Mexican situation II
while, no special act will bo ttmrutt
aulhorlio the sale ot the bonds, h, ., J?
may complicate the fight on tho Democrat!
Adjournment will not be postpone ..
any disagreement over the nrmy bill m I
must be re-enacted an a result nt t
dent Wilson's veto. The House tomo,!
will pass tho bill stripped of the Uh,Tl
embodying a revision of articles of
The measure lhen will go to tho LJirS
where Renntor Chamberlain will ini .. '
tho Inclusion of tho nrtlcles of war iU??n
form desired by President Wilson and IE!
War Department. nna th
Mr. Hai has let It bo known that he m
not oppose the menRuro when it conion .
from tho Sonato with tho revised nrlii.k
of war appended. "citi
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