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MRS. CARMAN BACK AT HER HOME;
NEIGHBORS GIVE $25,000
HARDEST FIGHTING YET
GOES ON IN FLANDERS:
ALLIES
French War Office Says rGermans
Were Unable to Progress After
Crossing Yser Allies Lose
100,000 Men in 10 Days.
10NDON, Oct. 26 Associated Press. "Advices from
the front this morning," says the Paris correspondent of
Renter's Telegram Company, "indicate a general allied ad
vance In the region between Nieuport and Ypres as well as
'to the east of Arras."
PARIS, Oct. 26 United Press. The Germans who have
crossed the Yser in heavy force have failed to follow up their
advantage, according to the official communique issued at
3 o'clock this afternoon.
It is stated tnat tne amca line opposing :ne enemy at
his point is intact, while the French lines everywhere else
are maintained.
The Government characterizes the' German losses in
the recent battles as "considerable."
Officers and men who arc brought here wounded are
sternly enjoined not to talk. The officials at military head
quarters here add nothing to the official communiques.
But It Is certain that the losses are increasing. In the
' last ten days of fighting the allies must have lost fully 10,000
in killed, wounded and prisoners each day.
Many of the crack Scotch and Irish regiments, whose
places along the Somme have been taken by fresh troops,
and who are now fighting far in the north, have lost fully
40 per cent. 'of their enlisted strength in the lost ten days
of fighting.
Reinforcements have been sent to the north and the
British warships continue to sweep the Germans with an
enfilading fire wherever they try to push their lines back to
the coast.
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In consequence or ino acauiy nature oi uic sncu lire
from the coast the Germans have abandoned most of their
positions along the main roadway connecting Ostend and
Nieuport
They have batteries posted at all points where a hostile
force could be landed from the sea, so no attempt has been
made to try a flanking assault under cover of the guns of
the warships.
PARIS, Oct. 26, Associated Press. The Rome corre
spondent of the Havas Agency says that according to de
spatches received In Romejfrom
Palkenhayn, tne ucrman minister oi war, nas nccn appoint
ad Chief of the General Staff,
MoDce, who Is ill.
OFFICIAL FRENCH REPORT.
Lines Are Held From Nieuport
To Arras, Says the War Office
CARIbV Oct. 16 (Associated Preu), Toe French offlclal communioa
4tae given out dill afternoon eayi:
Dorlnc th day rasterday our
mtujort tnil Dlxmude was maintained. Tbe German forces which crossrd
ha Tmt between these two town
"Our (root was held also. In the region between Ypro and Roulers,
betwsa Araentleret and Lille, to the west of La Bassee and of Lens and
to the, Mat t Anas. This line U continued to the south by the line which
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HOLD LINES
Berlin Major-Gen. Erich von
Succeeding Gen. Helmuth von
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front along th central Una between
have not been able to progress.
MMi.l'ual J
24 FOUND GUILTY
OF KILLINGS WHICH
STARTED THE WAR CONTEMPT OF COUR
Verdict on Austrian Archdual
Pair's Slaying Given as
Cannon Boom.
DEATH SENTENCE SURE
Repulse of Servian Army At
tacking f'-:evo Foils Res
Attempt. SARAJEVO, Oct. 56. To the ac
companlment of the thundor and
booming of the cannon of the com
bined Servian-Montenegrin army, des
perately trying to take the city In
time to nave thorn, the twonty-four
person accused of conspiracy In con
nection with the Archduke and Arch
duchess Ferdinand were found guilty
of high trenson to-day.
Sentence will ln passed on Wednes
day, when It Is expected all will bo
ordered Immediately to be put to
death.
Tho three leaders. Gavulo Prlnclp,
Trlfko Orabez and Ts'edoljko Cabrlno.
vie had made tho conviction of them
selves and their twenty-one accom
plices easy by admitting the plot
which resulted In tho tragedy which
brought on the present European
war.
They have hcon huoyed up by the
hopo that they would be waved by tho
Montenegrin and Servian armies
which have Invaded liosnla and ure
trying to take tho capital In time to
prevent tho execution of these men,
who are acclaimed as heroes In both
Servla and Montenegro.
They will probably not benefit by
this, however, Inasmuch as the be
sieging army, after having approached
to the outer defenses of the city from
the south, was driven buck eight miles
after a week of fierce fighting.
All tho accused were bitterly de
nounced by the Court. Tho fact that
they had boldly and defiantly ad
mitted the crime was referred to and
there Is no doubt, when thoy are re.
manded, that tbe penalty will be
death.
The assassination took place In this
city June 23. According to the evi
dence the six bombs and four
Drowning pistols taken from the con
spirators after the royal couple, wero
slain had been furnished to them In
liclgrade by Milan C'lgnnnvlc and
Commander VoIJa Tankoslo of the
Servian army.
ONE KILLED, FIVE HURT
WHEN SCAFFOLD FALLS
Building Contractor Arrested After
Accident in Jamaica,
L I.
The falling of n scaffold from tho
third floor of n building being con
structed for thi' New York and
Queens County KUctrlu I. lulu Co.. at
Van Wyck and Carl HtreotH, Jumulca,
late this afternoon, caused the death
of one workman and serious Injuries
to rour otnern, ull of whom fell with
tho scaffold.
The dead man Is Thomns Hart, of
the Bronx, Tho Injured worn James
Ilurnham, John Heck, ot So. 317
Ward street, Morris I'nrk; Charles
7.X' ;."! J:i ,. :.A",,L ,
- .f A At 1 I
rl Deeve. of Nfo. ins i.-.rk ov.mi.
Manhattan, who was the building
contractor, was arrested after the uo.
Ileal . . 'im
SING SING CLERK
SENT TO JAIL FOR
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Refused to Answer "Who Was
in the Automobile With
Sullivan?"
GATEKEEPER GIVES IN.
Malloy's Fate Influences Stowe
to Answer District-Attorney's
Questions.
John J. Malloy, clerk of 8:ng cin
Prison, was committed to the Kings
County Jail by Judge Roy In Brock
lyn to-day because of oontemrt of
court, held by the County Judge to
consist In his refusal to answer cer
tain questions propounded to him bo
foro tho Grand Jury by District-Attorney
Cropsoy In tho latter's Investi
gation of Sing Sing "Joy riding."
Cropsey had begun an Inquiry Into the
many rumors that Wardon McCor
mlck of Sing Sing had frequently
taken David A. Sulllvun, the c.. cd
Union Hunk President, on automobile
rides with him, olthor In the capacity
of chauffeur or plain passenger.
Malloy and Gatekeeper Stowe wero
tho only witnesses answering Crop
soy's subpoenas and Malloy wi tUo
llrst to go before tho Grand Jury.
He had not been thoro long when bo
was escortod boforo Judgo Hoy and
by him Instructed to nnswor a cer
tain question that had been propound
ed to him. Hardly had ho gono back
Into tho Jury room when Cropsey
halod him once more before Judge
Hoy. The question bo had this time,
refused to answer was, "Who was In
tho automobllo with Hulllvnn?"
Malloy persisted In his refusal to
answer even against the Judge's ad
monition that ho would be held In
contempt for so doing. . He denied
the right of tho District-Attorney to
question him at all, maintaining that
Cropsey had no Jurisdiction over what
might happen at Sing Sing prison.
Judgo Hoy upheld tho District-Attorney
and sent Malloy to Jail until
he should puige himself of contempt
by answering Cropsey's questions.
Cropsey then began to question
Stowe.
"Did you seo Sullivan In an auto?"
he askeij.
"Yen," was tho answer.
"Who was driving It?" asked the
District Attorney.
"Warden McCnrmtck."
"How many times did you sen Sul
llvnn out In this auto with Warden
MrCormlck driving?" was thu next
question.
Stown refused to answer. '
"Were there any 'phone rolls re
reived or sent by Sullivan from tho
prison?" persisted Mr. Cropsey.
"I decline' to answer," was Htowe'a
rejoinder.
So Stowe was yanked before Judge
Hoy as Malloy had been. Ho also said
his reason for not answering the
questions was because the Kings
County Grand Jury had no Jurlsdln
tlon In thi matter.
When Stowe returned to face his
inquisitor ho evidently thought better
of his refusal to answer. He mado no
restrictions, but answered nil tho
qurstlonii put to him by tho District
Attorney. He whs finally permitted
to go and went buck, ostensibly ti
his Job us gateKrofor in wing sing
KMI Oot Window Kills Woman of TO,
Mary McHhsne, seventy, of No. 1M
1 Ninth avenue, felUrom the second floor
window of hr home to the street to-day
aaa wu lutaailir iUUeeV i
MRS. CARMAN WILL DEMAND
NEW TRIAL FOR VINDICATION
Mrs. Carman as She Looked To-Day
When Set Free on $25,000 Bail
jP "'eTU s1stWsnnsny
slTss
MR3..CARMAN
BLIZZARD HITS CHICAGO.
Klrat trmT nf Sesann Arrlvr. Willi
Gala Mlrblean Stnrm MiTrpl,
CHICAOO, act. It A ilsbl unow, tbu
first el tae teaaoo, fell here at soon to
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LEAVINO COURT " ZSiStiSSmt
ilny, developing Intir Into a hllisard
Snow wim irpnrtid from other points (
tho wixt.
MAItgl KTTi:, Mich,, Oct. !A A near
blUiinl tn-iluy bioifeht Northern Mlchl-
lllgt, ,B1I, nrc rolling on Lsks Uuueilur
L'lti ii iirwi miiow Miiirm fir I ii uii:mini.
anil shipping is Ud up.
District-Attorney
Her Liberty and Accused Wom
, an Hastens to Join Her Fam?
ily in Freeport Home.
WANTS TO BE
OF CHARGE OF MURDER
Sure She Would
Vindicated if Evidence Wat
Placed Before Another Jury.
Mrs. Florence-Carman, set free on $25,000 ball, retunietKtefhir
lwmc at Freeport at 3.30 o'clock
in Brooklyn, accepted a bond supplied
Mrs. Carman, who had appeared
t restaurant in Brooklyn for luncheon
sided at the trial which ended
bail order in his chambers at
George M. Levy of her counsel
her bondsmen and In whose car she
to Freeport. Mrs. Carman ran from
out even stopping to greet her aged
the doorstep.
GIRL DOESN'T WANT
TO BUY ARMS FOR WAR
Miss Lewis Says It's a Hoax,
but Can't Say Who
Started It.
Miss Gladys A. LwIb said to-day
In her apartments at the Hotel Lu
cerne that the rumor thaf she was
In tlie market to buy rifles and emslf
arms for one of the European bellig
erents had gone beyond the stage of a
Joke and wan now positively annoy
ing.
Miss !wls, who Uves at the hotel
with her mother, said she could not
understood how tho rumor that she
had communicated with arms manu
facturing companies as to the buy
ing of rifles had started. Hho said
she believed the matter was a delib
erate hoax, hut she could not guess
who wssj the author of It.
HOW DESTROYER BADGER
SANK GERMAN SUBMARINE
DESCRIBED BY ONE 0F.CREW
LONDON, Oct. 26 (Associated Press),
A deapntrh to The livening fitar from
Bheernesi says:
"The nrltlnh destroyer lladger ran In
hare to make sure that she had sus
tained no serious damage In the bow In
ramming snd sinking ths ai rman sub
marine oft Uie Dutrh coaat. The des
troyer's plates were flaltenad for about
thrse feet back to the (oremoat bulk
bead below tho water line. The repairs
will be n matter nf only a few hours.
"A member of the Hadcer's crew
mldt "SV were cruising off the Dutch
roast Jut before dusk when a suspi
cious looking objeet appeared ahead.
The commander gave the order to rani
th enemy, and we raced at her full
niivt'd. Tbe submarine went down un
der our Ikiws, and as we drew off our
Kuns fired purttng shots at her,' "
llir of I.iii r Killed Wht Wmgona
Crash.
Itenjamln Iji Csulto, four, of No. tIS
First avenue, was killed Itae this after-
noon by being thrown from a wsgoi
ii
h
nvnra dy nil minvr wnin il couiuaa
as
with another wasoti In freot of Ke. 10
Wut Tventy-iUik street
Consents to Give
CLEARED
Be Acquitted and
this afternoon. Justice Kelby, sttting
by two of her neighbors.
In the Brooklyn court, stoppM'it
after Justice Kelby, wto had pre
in a disagreement, signed ,e.
the Ktngs County Court Horn.
and Smith E. Cox, ofht at
made the trip home, rode wMeVtMr
the automobile into her home wklv
father, Piatt Conklin, who shod oq
Mr. Tvr announced for tier
Mrs. Carman had no atateVMMt t
make to the public, and lineal "e)el
make one until she was clear Hm
Indictment hanging over her. WlsJa
Dr. Carman and Mr. tory, ske Me-
lng to Rook Haven farm, to
clan's country place near
vllle, Pa., early to-morrow. The Car
mans will remain a. week. Mr. Laiejr
will return Wednesday. I
DISTRICT ATTORNEY, frXIB
AMOUNT AT 123,009. ,
Justice Kelby told DlstrlotAHMr
ney Hmlth, who Is r"ft1lt'
charges of Improper conduct by sMV
eral of the Jurymen during Wie.Mli
that he did not think Mr. Cairejkia
should be punished for dlsobeAleaea
ot court orders by Jurymen So4 lai
mediately granted the ball ayjjlea
tlon. Mr. Hmlth made no oppoelMea,
but Insisted that the amount aMt
not be less than $15,000,
Mrs. Carman waa broughMVoaa'tie
Nassau County Jail at Mtneola ky
Sheriff Pettlt and Lawyer Q serge
T.evy of her counsel. The autoaieblla
ot the flherlff was preceded to Bfeok
lyn by another In whlob were Oiatrtet
Attorney flmtth, Court Clerk VaMuel
Ransom and Ernest Randall a4
Hmlth B. Cox, neighbors of the Car
mans at Freeport. RandeU and pox
were bondsmen In 110,000 for Mr.
Carman when she waa under Indlet
ment for manslaughter.
The proceeding In Justice Cathy
chambers covered only three stiMteaV
The papers had already been Eoa4e
out and Mrs. Carman and the ka4e
men signed them In th preset). ,
the Justice. Bhe came from tM rtea
smiling, on the arm of Mr, Lery, aad
hurried to the aatomobUe whloli ka4
brought the bondsmen from Mlaaela.
It started for a swift ran to Freeyett,
whero her husband, Or. Mwls
man, and her daughter,
were wndtlng for hen
Before leaving th oourt-lianaa
jevy aia tnat on, oarmaa
aaaavWfJ
demand another trial act later
Deoember.
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tor Mrs. caroaas,
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