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THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY CLIARS HIMSELF.
VICTORY IN POLAND
Declare GermansDefeated Soiilii
London, Oct. 23.From the eastern
theater of war comes a claim of the
Austrians that they have retaken the
last point in the Carpathians held by
the Russians and that there is now
no Russian on Hungarian soil. Fierce
fighting between Russian and Aus
trians in Central Galicia continues,
but the latter claim to have occupied
the heights of Chryow, northeast of
Przemysl, and to have retaken Keoro
esmezoe and Sereth. The Austrians
say they are gaining ground to the
east in the Galician campaign.
A reiteration that the Germans
have been routed south of Warsaw, in
Russian Poland, was the gist of the
latest communication from Petrograd.
The Russian troops are manifesting
great courage and energy in the de
fense of Warsaw, according to the
Havas agency correspondent at Petro
grad. They have successfully repuls
ed heavy attacks and at the same
time are establishing more firmly the
union of Poles and Slavs.
Siberian regiments have been
brought up to Warsaw, where they re
ceived a great ovation from the- popu-
lace. The Siberian troops distinguish
ed themselves in night attacks in the
forest of Motchidlovsk, where they
took many prisoners.
Another Great Battle Raging.
Russian reports say a great battle
is being waged south of Przemysl and
that the Austrian losses have been
Major Mohrat, military correspond
ent of the Berliner Taseblatt, writes
that the East Prussian frontier is
held firmly by the Germans, who even
have attempted to advance from Lyck
to transfer the fighting to alien ter
He says the offensive power of the
Russian army in the north is weak
ening, being revived only when fresh
troops are introduced. He believes
the battle along the Vistula river will
not be protracted.
The Giornale d'ltalia, an Italian
newspaper, says the Young Turks are
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RED CROSS WORKER.
Duchess of Sutherland Weds
and Returns to War Zone.
t&2. bV American Press Association.
Milicent, Duchess of Sutherland,
who recently went to the war zone as
head of a Red Cross hospital, and Ma
jor Percy Desmond Fitzgerald of the
Eleventh Hussars were married last
week at Roehampton. The duchess
has returned to her Red Cross work
conducting a campaign in Albania de
signed to make the Albanians fight
the Servians. This, the paper says,
is a violation of Albanian neutrality,
guaranteed by the London conference,
and that Ttaly is the only country in
position to enforce this agreement.
The paper urges the. government to
take measures to prevent any further
violations of neutrality. The Rome
Tribune makes similar comment on
SUCCESS IN GALICIA
London, Oct. 23.An official state
ment given out at the Austrian gen
eral headquarters regarding the fight
ing in Galicia is contained in a dis
patch to Router's Telegram company
from Vienna, by way of Amsterdam.
"We have gained ground in several
spots in a heavy, stubborn attack on
the fortified positions of the enemy
from Plolzyn to the high road east of
Medyka, which the Russian counter
attack could nowhere penetrate.
"Our troops captured the heights
north of Nizankowice, which followed
the capture* of villages located against
the heights. In the southern wing the
main battle was fought by artillery.
The modern field fortification system
being liberally f| applied the battle
takes greatly the character of a
"We captured, in the Carpathians,
the Jablonki pass, the last point held
there by the Russians. There is now
no enemy left on Hungarian soil."
STATE RESTS ITS CASE
Defense Opens in Trial of Mrs. Flor
Mineola, N. Y., Oct. 23 The fourth
day of the trial of Mrs. Florence Car
man, charged with the murder of
Mrs. Louise Bailey, opened with the
cross-examination of Frank Farrell,
who testified that he had seen a wom
an running from the window through
which the shot was fired, around the
Carman house.to the rear.
After an hour and a quarter's ex
amination Farrell was excused and
the state announced that it rested its
case. George M. Levy of Mrs. Car
man's counsel then began his opening
Mr. Levy told of Mrs. Carman's ac
tions on the day and night of the
murder. She sa'id she went to New
York during the day, returned with a
headache and after dinner went to
bed, Mr. Levy explained.
"Mrs. Carman will tell you that
she then heard a shot and some com
motion downstairs," he said. This was
the first definite declaration from* the
defense that she was to testify.
"She immediately put on a kimono
and leaned, over the banister. She did
not go into the office, because Dr.
Carman had forbidden her to do so."
6REECE TO REMAIN NEUTRAL
Hopes to Avoid Participation in Euro
Washington, Oct 23.Participation
of Greece in the European war de
pends on the peace of the Balkan
states, according to the Greek minis
"Greece is not mobilized," said the
minister, "and is maintaining only a
frontier guard composed of the regu
lar standing army. Unless the. status
quo in the Balkans is changed by the
entrance of another state into tht wai
we will remain at peace."
Attachments to a plane patented
by its Georgian inventor make it
serve as a smoothing plane, fore
plane or jointer plane.
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Infant's wool bands: ..30c
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Kuppenheimer Clothes $20 to $3$.
Style-Plus Clothes $17
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Mallory and Stetson $3, $3.50 to $5
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Overcoats and Cravanettes
The new coats that men who know the new styles are wearing
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Velvet shapes for ladies...$2.00 up
Velvet and plush hats, trimmed,
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We have a new line of switches,
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