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not tell you how they will do it, but
they will put it over you.'"
The committee adjourned till next
SERB ARMY, UNAIDED, MELTS
BEFORE TEUTON MARCH
Paris. Serbfa seems doomed. Aus-tro-German-Bulgarian
gressed remorselessly. Allies were
preparing tremendous attempt to
stop Teutonic forces short of Con
stantinople, but indications are fight
ing would be in Bulgaria or Turkey.
Necessity for allies to strike east
ward into Turkey and Bulgaria, in
stead of northward to help Serbia,
explained thug. Estimated Turks
can put nearly 1,000,000 more men
into field if they can equip them.
Equipped by Germans they would
surely attack allies in back if latter
did not crush them first.
Paris. Bomb and petard combats
occurred in the Aisne region and vi
cinity of Puiseleine and Quenne
Vieres. In Champagne district bombard
ments continue at Tahure, Maisons.
Champaigne and Courtine.
Berlin, Via London. 1,300 Serbian
prisoners taken by Austro-Germans
in fighting on both sides of Resava
river, southeast of Svilajnac
Berlin, Via London. "Fiercer than
Belgium," semi-official description
of resistance Austro-Germans and
Bulgarians are meeting in Serbia.
Though Teutonic Balkan campaign
is progressing more rapidly than ex
pected, difficulties the invaders are
compelled to surmount is terrific
German and Austrian armies are in
Serbian Alps, where advance is ar
duous. Serbs are fighting like mad,
women and children taking part, on
equal terms with men in struggle.
Berlin. "Bulgarians victoriously
entertained Pirot (Serbia) fortress
today," according to official bulletin.
London. Total British casualties
to Oct 9 were 493,294, Premier As
Paris, President Poincaro accept--,
ed Rene Viviani's resignation as pre
mier just before noon today. Entire
cabinet went out with premier.
CARPENTERS GIVE CHECK TO
Carpenters' union, local No. 1,367,
today sent a check for $100 to The
Day Book with instructions to turn
it over to the Amalgamated Garment
Workers to add to their strike fund.
K. W. Kelso, secretary of the local,
was also instructed to acquaint the
garment workers of the carpenters'
deepest sympathy for their cause.
Carpenters' local No. 1,367 is affil
iated with the A. F. of L., of which
the Amalgamated Garment Workers
are not members.
HOPE FOR THE THIRSTY
Hope for the thirty ones eman
ated from the corporation counsel's
office when Folsom announced that
drinks ordered in hotels and clubs
before Sunday could be served on the
Sabbath, according to law.
The ruling is taken to mean that
almost any one belonging to a soci
ety or secret organization which buys
liquor before Sunday for consump
tion on the "dry" day can get a drink
on the Sabbath.
Saloons, however, according to
Folsom, must be kept closed.
PUSH BOMB PLOT INQUIRY
New York, Oct 29. Stories of
mysterious movements of federal de
tectives were circulated today, but
United States Dis't Att'y Marshall
and Chief Flynn of the secret service
refused to discuss the day's develop
ments in investigation of the alleged
plot to blow up ships carrying muni
tions to the allies.
It was reported that rendezvous for
German reservists were being search
ed for accomplices of "JJeutenant"
Robert Fay, Max Breitung and other
alleged conspirators under arrest
Owen Durkin, 46, 1938 W. Huron,
dead, gas: Believed suicicU,