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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Weekly Eagle and Pilot — 30 October 1913

THE BRYAN WEEKLY EAG. LE AND PILOT Vol. XXXIV. No. 31. BRYAN TEX. THURSDAY OCTOBER 30 1913. PRICE: $1.00 Par Annum. ' A RESCUED fie E E GRAPHIC STORY OF FIVE DAY8 ENTOMBMENT IN COAL MINE. AWAITED RESCUE OR DEATH Had Water All the Time and Light for Two Days Then All Wat Total Darknes. Rockdale Texas Oct. 23. The seven Mexican rescued from tlie Vo-gef-Lorenz mine Tuesday night are re- ported to be progressing favorably. All are extremely weak and are be- . Ing fed on soup and other liquids and are being kept as quiet as possible. A. C. Koehler talked at some length with the boy Jose Morelles whose age ha been variously slated to be from 12 to 16. The boy stated that when they were cut oft from the shaft by the rush of water on Thursday last they all nought the passage sloping upward Just as the outside world thought they would and the water at no time rose very high where they were. They were cut off from any outside fresh air but It appears that there was suffi- cient good air circu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Weekly Eagle and Pilot — 6 November 1913

TO f i r EAQlu; ' 1 VI ILL II AND .PILOT 3 Vol. XXXIV. No. 32. BRYAN TEX. THURSDAY NOVEMBER 6 1913. PRICE: 1.C0 Per Annum. a U REBELS M fJTERFElfi'CE DO MOT PETITION TO BE GIVEN EUGERENT RIGHTS. HAVE MAN AT WASHINGTON Llnd Report That Russia Germany and Norway art Disposed to Co- operate With United State. By Associated Prf Washington Nov. 3. Reports to Preatdent Wllaon from John Lind to- day aald the Russian German and Norwegian ministers In Mexico with whom be had conferred have Indicat- ed a disposition to co-operate with the United Btates In her plana for solving the Mexican situation. The administration authorities to day declared the atorles forecasting armed Intervention were unwarranted. The arrival of Robert Peacuesz emUsary from Carranza raised the question whether the Washington gov ernment would receive representations from the Constitutionalists and Presi dent Wilson let it be known that while he would not receive formal representations the Rebels' requests would be lai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Weekly Eagle and Pilot — 6 November 1913

LZKDE Dl TO BE IT TO DALLAS OKI AYS HE KILLED MISS FLORENCE BROWN IN THAT CITY LAST JULY. (By Associated Press. 1 Memphis Oct 30. Meade Barr wanted in Dallas (or the alleged mur der of Miss Florence Brown brought here today from the Indiana reformatory He will be held here un U1 the Dallas authorities arrive for him. Fear Mob Violence. ' By Associated Press. Memphis Oct 30. Because of fear of mob violence in Dallas Barr will be taken to some other point in Texas probably to El Paso via New Orleans. Barr denied to newspaper men he ever confessed to the Brown murder. Excitement In Dallas. """" By Associated Press. Dallas Oct. 30. The fact that Barr was being brought to Texas created tremendous excitement here today The police had announced they did not believe his alleged confession and would make no attempt to extradite him. Police Chief Ryan could not be located and County Attorney McCuth eon went to Austin yesterday. It is be lieved here the absence of both men is connected with th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Weekly Eagle and Pilot — 6 November 1913

f THE BRYAN WEEKLY EAGLE 1 4' DIAZ PUT TO SEA -ON THE MICHIGAN FRIENDS ON 8HORE NOT AWARE OF HIS DEPARTURE MAY GO TO HAVANA CUBA Transfer to New York and Cuba Mall Ship To Bt Made at Pro- grtaio Yucatan. tBy Associated Preu. ' Vera Cruz Mexico Oct. 31. Gen. Felix Dial and his companions put to ea today on the American battleship Michigan the course of which was laid to Havana. General Diaz's friends ashore were unaware he had left. Transfer In Yucatan. By Associated Presa.1 Washington Oct. 81. Oen. Felix Dlas who left Vera Crux aboard the battleship Michigan today will be transferred to a New York and Cuba mall steamer at Progresso Yucatan according to a message received at the Navy Department from Rear Admiral Fletcher at Vera Cruz. Washington to Delay. fBv Aaaoclated Praas.l Washington Oct. 31. There was no session of the Cabinet today to discuss the Mexican situation and since Presi- dent Wilson will go to Princeton to vote on Tuesday there probably wilt be no official plan of ac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Weekly Eagle and Pilot — 6 November 1913

V THC CAOLS rniNTINO COMPANY. at the Postoffioe at Bryea Tnu dm Bill Bitur Price. ..t1-00 rr Anum THURSDAY. NOVEMBER I 1913. POSSUM AND TATCM TABOOED. ; . Stat Presaot $e Dai-Gal News Is rapidly and alarmingly assuming Icon- oclastic proportions. Hardly a day pasasi but some cherished Idol feels Ms withering touch and lies crushed An bleeding at bis feet The latest to fall at his band Is "Possum and Tate re" as a toothsome morsel to eat He does not object to the viands per se for be says in effect that he has looked upon them and lo they were good. But because of the fact they cannot be eaten except a fellow gets mora or less grease on his face and has to stop occasionally to lick bis fingers be says they should be barred from polite society. Hear him: "The editor of the McComb (Ok.) Herald complains of an Indisposition for his editorial duties occasioned by a too free indulgence In possum and potatoes. But Instead of repentance tor his dissipation be unqualifiedly ap- proves of It ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Weekly Eagle and Pilot — 6 November 1913

LOCALS :1V ' WEDNESDAY. ' N. A. Cotnaof of Harvey.' ti In the city today.. Ylsltto - relatives la this ctty. A" l " ' Mrs. Tom House and Mra. N omith went to Hearne today being cauea. mere py me death or Mra Haute! slater Mlia Kate SnelL J. H. Gammon Jr. returned yester- day from a vivlt Minani w.n. where he had gone In the interest of bib health. - . A . ; Renick Smith a student ' of Allen Academy went to Dails today to spend a few at his home. He was ac- companied by Robert1 Camp "also of the Allen Academy who will be HI. guest while In Pallas.' . Miss Mae Gobi of Mumford Is visit- ing In the city. L. 8. Williams was in the city to- day from Colevlew. i Mrs. M. M. Wheeler of Courtney Is vlaltlng In the-city! 7 . . . Mr. and Mrs.' tii B. Eaaters were In ' the city today from Kurten. - B..A. Hugglni was In the city to- day on business fro nor Kurten. Mrs. Dan Kldd and children are visiting relatives In Navasota . . - ". -i- Mrs. B. Jones of Sutton arrived to- FRIDAY. Mr? 7?yZn I M" ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Weekly Eagle and Pilot — 6 November 1913

I 6 U. D. G. SUFFRAGISTS ELECTED MRS. CHARLES HAMIL OF LONG VIEW PRESIDENT. NEXT MEETING IN EL PASO Selection It Made Unanimous After In vltatlone of Galveston and Mar- shall Had Been Presented. San Antonio Tex. Nov. l. With the election of Mrs. Charles L. Hamll of Longvlew as president of the Texas Division of the Daughters of the Con federacy woman suffragism scored a hard-won victory last night in the clos- ing hours of that organlaztlon'a eight- teentb annual convention. The gaunt- let was thrown down by the antl-suf-fragists early In the evening when It was announced from the platform in a secondary speech that Mrs. S. W. Sho- lars of Orange Mrs. Hamll's only op- ponent tor the position was not a suf- fragist. On this challenge Mrs. framll half rose from her seat on the rostrum and declared "But I am." " " El Paso Gets Next Convention. El Paso was unanimously chosen as the convention city for 1914. Following are the names of the oth- er officers elected for the ensuing year: Mi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Weekly Eagle and Pilot — 6 November 1913

7' X tf 6 .. - THE BRYAN WEEKLY EAGLE W v- i ;. 7 W V Aw IWIUlCTnill WATPfl - I (By Commercial Secretaries.) Stamford An appropriation of $800 has teen made by tne Jones County commissioners to Le used In continu mg tne larm. demonstration work lu this county. This is an increase of 1300 6er last year's allotment and It Is expected that the demonstrators' work will be widened. Wharton While the recent down- pours tn thla yiclnlty have proven dis- astrous to many of the crops of Whart- on County they have been beneficial to the cane growers of this county and as a result one of the best cane seasons In many years Is predicted. Jacksonville More than $25000 has been expended by the officials of the Jacksonville Cotton Oil Company for Improvements on their local plant during the last few weeks. The big- gest part of the money was expended for new buildings and new machinery. Big Springs The West Texas Dis- trict fair recently conducted here was the most successful exhibition ever held ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Weekly Eagle and Pilot — 6 November 1913

'("'' '' 5! (LDIF INTEREST TO : TOg i M 9 f :i I h I. !' ! is d tr Don't boy your goods uatil you get our prices or our immense stock ot Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Men's Furnishing Golds a - ; ; and Ladies' Ready-to-wear Gocds. - UE CAfillVE YOU BETTER GOODS FOR THE SAME MONEY WE WANT YOUR TRADE BE IT LARGE OR SHALL! Our motto is to give the people the best values that can be had for the money. The crop is short and for that reason you want to make your money go as far as possible. We have the class of goods you want to buy those that are not too expensive and that are not too cheap. We guarantee perfect satisfaction in the quality of goods and the price you pay for them. Below we give you only a partial list of the many good things we have in store for you: HEN'S SHOES If you have made mlitakea and lost money grin and bear It but don't make the same mistake again wear our shoes. Why watte time and money on Inferior makes ? Boys' 8hoea per pair .-91.50 $2.00 $2.50 Men's Fairfield...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Weekly Eagle and Pilot — 23 December 1915

BRYAN WEEKLY EAGL AND PILOT VOL XXXIX. No. 172 BRYAN. TEXAS THURSDAY DECEMBER 23 1915 PRICE: $1.00 Pr Annum. P T Htld Conference With Pridtnt and With Secretary Carriaon on Border Situation. Ha a Bean Praaidant of University for ' Thirteen Yeare and la Now Can- didate for the Senate. THE PLEASED BBOOKS RESIGNED MmZ CC pfjf TOT nn in n r inRRinnRiian IR51P5 il TRAHS- PQRTS ARE NEAR VARFJA WITH EASTERN IVIAY Ut ill U Battleships Arc I lammcrin a Bulgarian Port and Transports Loaded With Troops Are Heady to linter as Soon as an Opening Is Made. Teutons Are Moving Toward Albania to Forestall Italian Occupation of the Albanian Coast No Move Yet Against Allies in Mace- donia but Bulgars Are Concentrated on Ser- bo-Greek Border Allies Landing More Men and Munitions at Salonica Germans May Move on Calais and Also Toward Egypt. Turkey Claims to I lave Plenty of Food and Other Supplies Germany Votes Another Auatln. Tex. De. 21. CTovernar Ferguson Monday resumed hla official dutlea aa rhlef ex...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Weekly Eagle and Pilot — 23 December 1915

THE BRYAN WEEKLY EAGLE mm Ann THE OFFICII MESSAGE The Unofficial Report of Austria's Answer Re- ceived at Washington Is Disappointing and Unacceptable The Diplomatic Relations Between the Two Countries Are Plainly at the Breaking Point Austria Wants the De- tails of Our Complaint and Also Wants to Open Long Diplomatic Negotiations to All of Which Washington Will Not Agree Wil- 1 t ' . 1" a. t Ti!1 L.I son anu Lansing neserve ujmmeni unui uic $24. Official Reply Is Received Serbian King to I J M- " lane ueiuge in naiy turns anu ocrmans to Attack Suez Canal and Egypt Bulgars and Greeks Form Neutral Zone. DJUZDS COUrJTY CLAIM DOCKET ill Paid by Commitalont r' Court Again IruM County for Past Month. Following are th clalma agalnat tht county allowed by th commissioners' court during tbelr lait session which waa adjourned Tburaday afternoon: Jobn W. Hicks dragging road. 910. J. fcl Brown part salary $25. Ana McWborter pauper 12. R. M. Danaby rebuilding bridge. 119. Ellen Wilson pauper 13...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Weekly Eagle and Pilot — 23 December 1915

T1IE BRYAN WEEKLY EAfiLE QUCHED EUROPE FIRST I IL II Henry Ford and His Peace Promoters Arc on the Other Side and the World Will Await With Interest Their work Greece Denies That the Bulgarians Grossed the Line and En tered Greek Territory Report That Allies' Lines Were Gut Not Confirmed Turks Claim Advantages in Mesopotamia The Sinking of a German Submarine and Turk- ish Torpedo Boat Was Reported Greek So cialists Want Intervention in the War Ger- mans Wing Four Allied Aeroplanes. WILL SETTLE JUL TIIC SS Announcsmsnt of Settlement Basis Wat Given In New York Amerl. cant Receiving Largest Share. tBy Asaoctated Preas Kirkwall England Dsc 15. Ths stssmshlp Oscar II baaring the Ford peace party reached hart today. This meens tha thlp is being de- tained for Invtatigation by England. BULGARS DID NOT CROSS. By AaMriated Press) "tendon Dke. 15. Tha Bulgarians art definitely declared to have stopped tht pursuit of ths allies short of tht Greek boundary according to the official Greek state...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Weekly Eagle and Pilot — 23 December 1915

I . .V TNI KA4LB HUNTI COMPAH. ' c....ttJO Par Aw THURSDAY. DECEMBER 23. lla. THE HIGHER COURT MUDDLE. there such a thing aa a Supreme Court and if so hat U !l! Hereto- fore from our infancy P. nT looked upon the Supreme Court ai the beginning and the end. the alpha and the omega of every queetioa at law Dot In thete Utter daye the scales are falling from our ejrea and our Mot aeema to have tumbled from the high pedestal upon which we placed It It now appears that we have no Su- preme Court that Is. In name onljr. for on the question o( aupreme au- thority there are others ready to lock horns on the question of who's who. The Court of Crimnal Appeals also claims to be a "supreme court." and absolutely refuses to sidestep at the bonk of the piece of court machinery that has heretofore had the right of way. pie of Breioe County to act upon the ' suggestion. Ed Scott . colored of Bryan did so and made a profit as shown by his statement of $21. The effort of thla colored man Is commen- ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Weekly Eagle and Pilot — 23 December 1915

LOCALS Herman Kindt wm Id th city today from Kurten. J. W. Doremui Jr. of Calvert U her M buelnea. f Joe B. Walker of Alexander wa la tb city today. J. M. Salad Iner went to Houiton on bualneaa yeaterday. W. U Cloaa waa here from Tabor tn buelnee today. Bernard Stewart w5t to Hearne for a brief wlalt today. Marvin Elliott of the Tabor commu- nity waa la town today. 8. C. and J. L. Iltrka of Keith were trading la the city today. Mr. and Mr. Joe Crenabaw of Cot- tonwood were ia the city today. T. B. Martin waa In tbe rlty today from hla bona at 8teep Hollow. R. M. Gordon baa returned to Houa " ton. after a brief vlalt to tbla city. W. 1 Boyett returned to Houaton yeaterday after a t Itlt to tbla city. Mra. Pearl Martlndale and eon John of Edge went to Houaton today tor a -visit to relative. Mr. and Mra. W. P. Me of In- dependence were among the visitor In tbe city today. C. 8. Henry and family have shipped their honaehold gooda and have gone to Manor. Travl County. Texaa. to make thei...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Weekly Eagle and Pilot — 23 December 1915

THF IWVAX WKFKT.V KAP.T.F CHRISTMAS TREES M S Elaborate Preparations to Christmas Joyous for the Childrtn. j The Sunday schools of tha superintendent of tha Sunday school: Committee to Gat Tree Baraca Class. J. M. Hare chairman. Committee on Decorations All the teachers of the shnol Mrs. T. R ftatte rhalrman; assistants to decora 'tlon committee. M. A. Miller. V. T. Malta Bryant an! Professor Starkey. Purchasing Committee AH teach I era of primary department. Mrs. T. R. IPatte rhalrman. All teachers of the city. Junior department. Mrs. V. T. Ilryant. with the1 exception of the Free Bap-c '"IJf11 . . All Needed Presents Above the Jun tl.t. hare decided to bava Christmas or pprtmenMr. Webb ow trees thi year and following la the ell. rhalrman; Mrs. H. L. McKnlght time set by each shool and the ar- and Mra. E. L. Webb. rangemcnts made by each: I Program Committee Mrs. W. C. Preabytarian Sunday School. j Pa via chairman; Mrs. T. R. Batte and The Presbyterian Sunday arhool. ac-j Mra. Geo....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Weekly Eagle and Pilot — 23 December 1915

t THE BRYAN X7EEKLY KAGLE -r LOIS LIKE Mm PDEPID6 TO ATTACK STATE'S 1'IITII SET AT wmm Gain Than Ovtr Previous Yssr Fifty Million Dollars Callss Ltsds and Harris County teesnd. Salonika on the Greek Coast Where Two Hun dred Thousand Allies Are Encamped Is the Center of War Interest A Hundred Thou- sand Bulbars Are Near at Hand and a Teu- tonic Attack Is Expected England Calls Out Those Who Have Volunteered Between the Ages ol 19 and 22 The United States Preparing Another Note to Austria and Fur- ther Relations Will Depend on Austria's Re- plyEight of Zeppelin Crew That Attacked London Found Frozen to Death on Their Return to Germany A German General Was Killed in Battle. 17 Aaesctated Proas I London Dae 1L A royal dscree today calls out four classss of rocrulta whs have voluntoorod under th Earl of Derby's plan of raising a new army. The gross numbor was not glvtn but ths agas range from It to 22 years. Tha Bulgarian army of 100000 la ratting on tha Serbian bordar while alonlkl cont...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Weekly Eagle and Pilot — 23 December 1915

THE BRYAN" WEEKLY EAGLE LEO 0 EX- CITluB Thrsva Lighted Lamp In Face.. Wu Badly Injured and . Lt Str and Monty. to "ran" the Rebel yell and a commit lee wss appointed to confer with the veterans on tbla Important point Mr. Ctlne. the delegate to the lUte meeting nave a most Interesting re- sume of the work of that organisation. bringing home wlta her much cnthu- Burg'sr's slasiu for the cause. I Mra. J. W. I'svltt read by request . 15' Aaniws . an adJress given bjr her brother. Ms 'Jar 8. Griffin o( Bedford City. Va TbU sdJress was given to the voter ana at Fre!erli-lihtir V lat Te. i.-. :o. n. Welch thr a lighted lamp Into the October and was teeni'ng with Inter or eurnur in his merchandise t .! no. tir-.tin ts n.i -tth ih fa.- a.v re iiiy. p was. too uie. ine ira.nt. Major Griffin la T years old 1bii burned ts orfcaii!t the bu;; an"j gT3kUlx commander of the Vlr- lr e.-jv4 iia KM. Welch was bad- rinta camp. !y cajared. " j Three beautiful musical number? ' 1 ' were brl!y enjoyed. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Weekly Eagle and Pilot — 2 March 1916

c- .r Ji ii I' L 1 1 ' i 4 - - - . U -r f I AND PILOT vol xxix. r;r 122. BRYAN TEXAS THURSDAY MARCH 2. 1916 PSICZ: (1X3 Ptr Annum. ID S3 CT.EXR3IS iraaiflnTS L EXPECT TO DUB mm DID DlTTLESlIiPS February Record Nearly Double That of January and Largest Since December 1914. m Ths New Rule of Regarding Armed Merchant- Men as Other Battleships by Germany Will go Into Effect at Midnight Tonight. Fighting Continues With Great Violence on Fr .rich Front. Germans Make no Further Ga:ns and Seem to be Weakening. Italy Has Seized a Number of German Ships Interned in h:r Ports. A French Auxiliary Cruiser was Sunk. Italian Liners Armed for Dc'cnse Cleared from New York. British Casualiti js for February Given. I By Associated Press. Berlin Feb. 29. Tht Associated Presa was lnforml that Garmany'a tew rule on submarine wsrfsra re- garding the treatment of armed mer- chantman will poaitivaly bacoma ef- factlva at midnight tonight War Summary. tir Associated pra) London Feb. 29. Tha bombard- ment no...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Weekly Eagle and Pilot — 4 January 1917

Jfitfmiitil tffillPTr: llMfcM IE V' ' AND PILOT VOL XXXV. NO. 16. BRYAN. TEXAS THURSDAY JANUARY 4 1917. price $1X3 per ak::u;j FIRE HAZARDS . - . . r - -v . - t- v El fISTRY in re ARE VERY FEW President Wilson and American Members of the American-Mexicrtn Commission Are to Con- fer Today Mexican Consul at New York Arrested for Conspiracy to Ship Arms to Vera Cruz. Washington D. C Jan. 3. -Presl-dent wiigon will confer at 5 o'clock thli afternoon with Secretary Lane and the other members of the American-Mexican commission. Mexican Consul Arrested. New York Jan. 3. Juan T. Burns Carranta consul general here was to- day arrested charged with being in a conspiracy to ship arms and ammu- nition to Vera Crus In violation of President Wilson's embargo of Octo- ber 1915. S Queretaro Mexico Jan. 3. Felix M. Palau a prominent public Instructor who has often spoken for Carranta told the constitutionalist convention today that the international situation was grave. He said Carranta had re- fuse...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Weekly Eagle and Pilot — 4 January 1917

V n THE TmVAN WEEK i i i t i b t X . i 9 U ai In d te EOD DUniHG THIS YEAR British Troops in France Hailed New Year As Last of the War-Expect to See Victorious Peaec for Allies Teutons Still Gain on Ruma- nian Front British Casualties Heavy in De- cember. r With the British armlet l France the arrival of January 1st 1917 was welcomed on the western front by British and fYench soldiers as the be ginning of the end of the great world war. There are varying views and theories as to how the end will be brought about but there Is a convic- tion throughout the army that the next twelve months will bring vic- torious peace to the allies. Teutons Make Gains. Berlin Jan. 1. Continuing their heavy attacks on the Moldavian front yesterday the Austro-Oerman forces captured several heights positions and two towns In Zabala valley the war office says. Violent Russian and Rumanian attacks were repulsed. The Russians were also defeated again In WaUachla being driven back to posi- tions half way bet...

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