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12,000 JFqns See Brookteds Open Baseball Season
LiM 61 ! irkt Te myh ana' tuna'ayi VifiM
riNAi
J. EDITION JW
lotto. F'JXM,
I "Circulation lltxtlc Opm to All." I
P' Irnit.K Ion ilnnl.H Ofwn tn
FRIGE ONE CENT. ;V.?:,.rr.WUk""' NEW YORK, SATURDAY, APRIL 10, I'M ft
12 PAGES
PRICE ONE CENT.
GERMAN MACHINE GUNS SWEEP FRENCH
AT NEW BATTLE IN ST. MIHIEL REGION
STOCK PRICES
Professionals Unlo.ul .is Public
Buys in Unprecedented
Volume.
WHOM: LIST GOlib Ul1
Cotton Sets New Record, Ail
vanciug $1 a Male in
l;irsl Hour.
Tor two hourn to-day, between 10
nil t: o'clock, thn Stock IJicliutiKf
xvaa tlm slue; on which thorn was r
vlxed that kooiI old t Imp tnoloilr.nna
of "P'edlnir Hi' IjiihImi" ollicrwUn
known In tlm htre.nt us "unlninllnK m
tlm public."
Trading In stocks niih ul 11 rate un-
'iiiullnl for yarn. Sales iol;iloi
711,000 shares i)f Slock, at III" ruin nf
rHi,ftOi) slinre.'l for a full da).
At first tin rpecul.Uor. put prlc
UP nil around to thn IllKhe I'voli
that have beeii l.ii vn Mint. huiK I"
torn tlm ICin o(i'';iii war Imc-in
It was md Ihn window dros.iliiK
par-nln of n low Inlet I spring siles
In mii'.ti i pcoliiltles as nlhlhein
Htrol, nUiinoble iiinl nlb'ier Mocks,
which tuvo bcerl on i or tlm past
few (In)!,
Minn nf Kunli.p lml,h were tal.nn
down on' Ihe. rliclcn, .there they
li.ul ii'fn i t .n.i) ilnrliic ,'lui jfiir
ii'pii'"lnii, no I rin hold to an
cuRfr ni: . win. h cntlld lift buy
enoiiEn iii'il meil to earn HttU
"ll.it i'i It iilil. Tln In in I pm fought
In B'l li i in in foml ii-niiicli. llr.'K-
,'' lillK WUIC ITOlMlld 1 1 1 1 I'llh.
totnirr
Th.it ,i loan forgotten Murk listed
ns "Alii'." ineanlnK liny old t It I ir,
iPipi'til again In tlm orders Inun
thn til hi lit ,-ind brnki rs were nlinohi
swumpfd with demands from client
to liny tlicm th good tlmiKi Hut
worn lirlnir peddled nut.
Accumulntrd orders from every
,prt of iho country put iirlcen up
two tn three points ull urouml durlnrc
thn tlrnt half hour.
United MUles Wterl was the favor
ite anil ns there, urn millions nf
aharrs available, tn liutid nut, thl
rush brotlirht Joy to tho Street, tts
prlco went up to hi, which In $10 a
share hlKhcr than ruling price.- nt
the bellinltiK of tlio week.
Hut hh thn puhllu iiiHlii'd In tn buy,
th profeKulonnln of Wnll .siim'I
turned ollorn and nearly nvery trader
on tlio flimp of the UxehanKo Inicaino
a Imiir on iilooki.
It wiiN thn pool" nt thn Ills llnnn
clcrn which rnjoleed most. Durlnu
trio lioom of tlm UHt few ilay.t liun
druflu of tlioiisandii of Hhuren of stock
that h.ivn been hold ilurlntr thn dull
l ay ii olncA lam jnimmor uiulnr hack
broiikhiK flniiiiL'lul slrnln hav henn
tinla.idcil. The IncuhilH of tho heavy
load that wcUhed ilown llnnncei and
Iwnk.i ullko wm rrporlrd to.Jny aa
lifted.
In one huur, hrlwenn 10 And II
o'clnuk nli'H of Block ainniiiilrd to
61)1,000 .iliuien, which prncllcally eiiiiil
thn lilKlmHt ircordi of thn Nxchanu.
Thn tinker I'oulil not keep mi iili
tlm inurknl. Them wern tlinen hIkii
the Upo ttu IIm' 11 leu minute Iki.
hind and In iim Milt i u I an, ii.uiik
nf mi' In tn polulii ''iti in-i'iin inir
on Ilia (lour of Um ISv-himiJ. T,u
iw)' Drill iiiiiii'ilei tnni.ii'iiiiii In
I .'lilt I'd Htatei Hi" l, 1 A.dOil Nhan ,
IlldlualKit til" inun iiioiih flood of Oil)
Inn uud X'lllux Ui.ii fullocil.
it wan a mor nlinilt llliliml I hill
wontd iml bltnis nnirkid liuiejna m
4CtlnUod on Uecond I'Jit )
788,000 SALES IN 1 HOURS
AGAIN SOAR
I
MARKET;
BROOKFEDS OPEN
PENNANT FIGHT AT
WASHINGTON PARK
I2.(K)0 l;ans See Kleral
l eague l-avoritts in Action
Against (3uH'alo.
BATTING ORDER.
ftrrxiklyn.
.nder.mi, If.
Marec, II.
Kniiff, rf.
l;vnn. rf
I'.mlii-r, ll.
Uiiffulo.
Aclr.r. of
t.omliMi, '.'Ii.
Pallnn. If.
Chare. Il.
MrUniiiild, rf.
3h. -ii;lf., 1h.
Slllllll, M.
Hliilr. t
lifllcnf, p.
Mesrn .lohiiNtruie and
MVhIimtIII,
Ill'Ull, hp
i'linon, r
Sonton, p.
I iiipheM
I") fe.
W!'IIIMiTiiN I 'A I IK, llrnoklyn,
April 10. The leal opening of Die
l.imi ill h'.imiii look pliicn tn-ilny
" hi ll Hi.. 1'i'ilei'xl Irf'nKtin Inniluur.lled
III.' K.'ila eM-ni hv ilayluR I In fi'n lr th'
Iim K.inii' of thi' hciie. In the prei
'iii'i' of iicmtiiI 1 1 ii s. 1 1 ii t euthiiHliiMtlu
moll ., An Im iihiially Hie cami on the
itieiilni.- day nf thn uallonal piMline,
llle I'edetal.' kepi up Mltli Iho timer
li havliit; Hull- iiiiinds tantcfillly
ile led. Tlio Imiid kt pf the fane In
Killlil llll lllll'.
When llle tlm, iKfi'l-i cantered nut
nil the Held, headed liy Hie ne' in.111
.inei, l,ee M.iki-k, they were in'coi'ilrd
i KiiMt nvallon hy Hie npectalfirs.
Aril Itot'inau lepui'led to the clnli
lo-il.iy. Iiut when hn iilarled fm thn
lifH.liiu room Im wan Infni. 'lid that
lie hud I'eiiil liiilellnilely MlnpeudCil
liy Man''' fnl' ialnur the tillcx of
llin clnli. Twehe thousand fans worn
tlier' when tlio K.uue nlnrled
motormanI? mobibed
afterjoy is killed
Koservcs CalUM to IUvh'ih: Trolley
l:mpliiyiv When Car Runs
Over (Ml.
I!esii'en fiMin III" Vim lion Slrent
Siailou had to lie Hiiinuioiied tho al'
lernoou In (Ue a iIkiiidiinI i iitlmi mad"
y several thounind people at Marcy
Avtuiui Mini Kllery Hlieel, WllllaitiH.
lairK, aualiiht Motoriuau Hurry Krlil.i,
Nn. il'l HoKera Avenue, lliooklyn,
whom cur had Junt run ovnr an un
Identllled llelirew child iiliolll four
years old.
KrlHia was tlrlvlm; an Ocean Ave
nue car In tlm direction of the Will
InmihuiK Ili'idK" when the hoy siurtcd
off the curb In pursuit of u hall and
wnn Jammed up under the forward
truck f Iho car, the fiont wh.iNs
passim; over his cheat,
I'alrolmaii llappeld nf the Vernon
AM'nnii Htal'un prolerled the motor,
man unlll III" umirveN aiilnil an,
Hi'. Hpn'Ki'l nf HI. .lohu'tt llimpllal had
pi'onoUliei d Ihe child ili'inl
'I II. II T. w iii l(iii; inn J iek il
lip 1 1 1 o car and lellliueil le Imily,
which w,. Ink' ii lii the pollen .ilntijii.
Iloiileil Ni'Min Unie Kle,- Mrenal
I'lHIe,
risi.wiiiin, ii c. a pi i n iml
inetli, a in mn ili'upi lioln vii. Iml In
ill , Hi h ,i pun.. In id) nfli In, , ml
In en II ril in ii iiiiiop liem hue lit
hliiiHhoinl He Mas annul iillh a
liiiltilii, lo liUInU and u liiillu mid
huio U lltel brll pUU.
"VILLA KILLED OWN
Fl
TO JOINJATTLE"
Hunted Them Down When
They Halkcil at Being Led to
Slaughter, Sas Obregon.
IS III-LD UP AS COVVAKD.
Hrst to Run When His Forces
Were Routed, Car rana
General Declares.
WAOIIINOTON. April 10. 'Tncho
Villa, nfler a shameful defest nd
ministered to liltn by our forcn,"
paid a til'sss;' rtvelved hy thn C.r
rsnia Junta hern tn-d.iy from ("Jen.
Ohrriton, dated Cilaya, via Vera Cru,
Arrll 9, "la In full ritreat."
"lie passrd thrmiRh Sahtinanlca
wllh r.lghtefn trslnlo.ids of eiildlem,
flvn of Iheni contalnlni; woundrd,"
thn niemaRn continued. "Many of the
troop Imn deafrlnd him. W'n have
hurned morn than 2,000 dead soldiers
left behind hy Villa upon the httl.
field, lie clnlmn bin defeat In dun to
humanitarian sentimenls--ii very
Konil uncus'. I.et us hope Dial ho T III
develop (hose linni.tlillai'lan senll
liient.i dead In him so lone.
"ItcKMrdles.i of his boast."i nf b'luK it
Kreal tleneral, his defeat In dun pri
marily to his Inability In illreiMliiK
operation nnd his total dlrcKard for
the Mlfely nf III soldiers.
"I iile to his iinoIcsh charifo.., inun) of
lib best nobllcri perished by thn hui
drrdrt without uCi'iimpllshlnii anythlUK
of advnntat!'.
"Whan ha notlctd (hat hla troopa
were reluctant in carry Inn out hla
order to fo lo virtual alaunhtar ha
beuama anraoed and killed a number
of toldler whom he found aeekino
aheller.
"Villa did tmtliliiK Hint a capable
military man would have don' to pre.
vent this unneneHsary butchery. As
soon as ho realised hln defeat, he
abandoned his Infantry and fled for
safely with his faiumin 'dorados.'"
leu, I'arraiira nut quoti'd ns re
pui'tlnit ObiTKon'a men marchliiK
utona thn rallrnnd track on San l.uls
I'ntnsl and thn cvauuatlon nf linlnic
llldnlmi nnd norlhwniil fllKht hy tho
'Vlllhla.-.
On Hoard P. H. H. Colnrndo, MAX.
ATl.AN, April a.- Ily lladlo To Hun
Dleito, Pal., April 10, A battln be.
Uu'on Parriinsa forces under ficn.
('urn so and Villa, folbmera in com.
inand nf (inn. Iluelma, has been In
proKresn for two days at lnmuren,
Hlhaloa, South of Maxatlan, (July
mencrn rnport.i of thn IlKlilInc have
been received.
Aided hy four nineiy-inilllmoter
nun, manned by ex.'ederal artillery
troops, recently brouKht to .Maratlan
by tho Kiinboat tluerrero, the ('nr.
rnnxa furcm havn taken the nrien
slv, BOWIE WINNERS.
PIUHT IIAPH Hii' Waiei, ma
(AmhroK), U to 2, S lo & and 7 tn 10,
won Hoh lledllcld, 109 (T, McTatf.
i:art), S to 1, 3 to I and 7 to i, secnmi:
Alaka, 107 (Melcalfl. ! lo I. I to f. and
I to II, third. Tlun M l-A. Mhs
I'hllblli, IMdm T I'lnl I'mkhi ,uii
I'i'iiiiui'i' :ilso ran
HHPHNM IIAPI. Heilniir, :, )ear
oldu and upward; live and nlln hair
fni'l'illKs. -.loe KlIIKlll. II.' I ,H ! 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .
uir), 11 to I, : lo i, won i;i .Mali, ii.
I IV (Poleyl, lo I, 'i I -S I i I, ij hi :.,
ii 'ii'l Cat iliuiii'iii. I n i 'oiiiiiir,).
i in I, l.i lo I ii iii I, tinnl
Tone 101 a i I II llllllell, Hit V,
Meelli ka, (' ililini'li, 'al ii IIm I'ha
lll'lll illn' I .n
World Wants Work Wonderi.
MEN WHO REFUSED
SCULPTOR BITTER
DIE IN SAVING HIS
WIFE FROM A TO
Fatal Accident as Famous
Artist and Wife Were
Leaving Opera I louse.
AUTOIST IS NOT II12LD.
Mrs. Bitter, Who Was Hurt,
Able lo Be With Husband
When He Succumbed.
Karl Thivxlnro Ptancla nittor, th'
sculptor, died at A.iiO A. M. to-uy
tn Nrw York Hospital from Injuries
received when struck In front of the
Mntropolltnn Opera House last nlRht
hy an auloniobllo owned and driven
by Edward T. Jamta. an 'lfctrlc4
contractor of Nn. 41G Mudlaon Avnn'e.'
Mr. Hitter mihI hla wife had been
to tho opera, and In crosalnsr Ilro.
way slopped nt tho northbound
tracks lo lot thn stream of traffic
puss, Thn James car ntvunf out of
lino lo thn car truck Iti pasi n llmou.
alnn, nnd Mr. Jamrn did nut sen Mr.
and Mia. Hitter until hlu machine
was upon them und Im could not
alow down.
Thn sculptor thrust hln wife almost
out of datiEor and himself received
thn full forcn nf thn tourlnit cur, b.
Im; knocked down and wodued unde-r
II. Mrs. Hitter was struck u Klanclm;
hbw and not- serlounly lnjurd. At
thn hospital It wan found .Mr. Hit
ter's skull was fraclnred and h bail
Internal Injurln Hn wat placed on
thn npnratlliK tahl. and his wife rn
malned with him unlll thn end. Tlm
police denlilml Mr. Jaiuea waa not at
fault for the accident.
Mr. Hitter lived nt No. 41 West
Hnventy-snvonth Htrent and waa a
tiatlNo nf Vienna, forly-snven ynnrs
old, lie wai rxiiclled from th
Vienna School of Pine Arts, wharn hn
first studied, for hln Inslslnncn on th"
rltflit nf fi" spn'ch. Ile cumn to
America In I'll).
lib excellent woik for a firm of
archllectural deenratorn noon nttran.
rd attention and In IS'.' I hn wai asked
tn auhmlt models for the Kon.O'iO
Aator memorial nates of Trinity, win
ning In thn I'nmpetltlnn.
Anionic hla Important nnrlis wnrn
the acillptures on thn Administration
und Manufactures and Ulirr.il ArU
HulldliiKs at tho ChlciiKo fair In 18Wj
tho Intel lor decoration of thn irsl
deiicn of tho late Cullls I'. Hunting
ton In New York; ilnciiratlvn work
fur the Newport mansion of Poriinllun
VatiitnrlilH; Ihnaltai of Uracn Ohiirch,
IMIca; besldnn tunny pieces in the
muicuuw of Kuriip'i uud statuary In
many uf tin flneit inaiiHioin of
America. II" whm in charKii nf sculp
turos at the Huffalo and Ht. I.uiiI.h
exHltlnn, did iiiuch of that for tlm
Kan Pranclsco lOxposlHon locimtly
opeixd, und uiuili) iho Cathedral Park
way statini of Pari b'uhur..
Ho iv aii'illn i' tollable exampln of
tan poor lmmh,'raut boy who camo to
America practically penniless and
sunn won his way to fiiinn and for
tune. Onn of IiIh reasons for UaMm;
his untl" laud wnn Hie III treatment
of a lieutenant when lie was drafted
nn a private In the army. In later
years, when hn was succesafnl nnd
wialthy, his fm ok i supi'ilnr ollli er
and perseriitiii m ,,iy hnocked ut
his iliini In rn iiinl iiclu'il foi wurk
The r I'll I il -inn ' I his iliiiild
chai .H il l I'S I'lni'i'i not linn
WILLARD TO BOX IN
PHILADELPHIA TO-NIGHT.
iiiti. 1 1 ' i . 1 1 M i
Wllluld "liinil !
i. . II i
TI III I. -'
ln. III III Ii I
1 Ml
I' I
ill lull lit Hie Snl in , , I
nlfciii Mini 1 1. m un in
1 tor .Nay Voik,
Il' U II Kill
Sculptor Who Died in Saving Wife
When Both Were Run Down by Auto
'M''M' t-t-t t - -t I I "' -(' fl vi 4
i. -. -t
1' I
. . n . . . i
ILL KARE
SWEPT BY FIRE
Built b) Timothy I"). Wondrul)
II Was .Meeting Place for
Noted Politicians.
irriPA. N. V.. April 10 -Kaiiip Kill
Kaie, the estate In the Adirondack-
which the lain Tlniulliy I,. Woodiulf
devolopeil and whlih was sold lo
I'r.mcls I'. (iarvan, a fnrmcr Asils'
ant District Attorney of New Yoik
3lty, "was almost totally destroyed
early yesterday by lire which brolt"
out In th' servants' quarters. The
loss will l each between 75,000 and
(lon.ooo and Is partlv coxereil by in
siiraiiee. Tho camp was faiiimiH as thn i.ieet
IIIK plai n of llnteit polltlelatlH llllil lilt;
men pt'iiiiilnent In lluanco In New
York Stale Them many polllle.il
deals wen put lliriimjli ami inilrli
Koverliltiental hlstoiy nf Hn Stat,
made
Mr, W Iiuff expenib'd about hall
a million ilnlllUK III diitnl'iplllK Hie
plain Into what was nn of lllii 1 1 1 1 1 h I
elaborately furnlslied cainp.-i in the
, IK lit I k t It 1 11 1.
It liu'ltiii"l about twenty buililim:
and l.'-'O" iicina nf land Two ol tin
1 m I hi I n K n wnrn suvnd by Silpt. I'rul
Miixnn uud helpets. Tho iiuiiii part,
hownver. was burned 'Jim nf tin
lilllbllllKS wiM'il was thut lillnnil ,i
Hi" InVi'l linr'n loom
i Ml. 4 id I Vii II, tlm new nWII'ir, I'Uion
I up from N"w Vmli taai iiltfhi and
Weill 'ii IIm alllp lie l'l"llUlit ,10
ai rh H 1 I n i Hi In 11 1 1 H'l Ma I nil thai he
wntlld lelailhl nl nil'" fm Hn' -iiiii
tner.
, llll- III Ulieil lillll lliililli.,
I'liiHiiiid lli'ii'l.-. a -nil 1, 'r I'ui'ii.
,111 , I. I. Il.l- In II III Hi' lll "l,IHI
ll'lllll Sllllll lll'l Til llll. M.i 1 iiut of
r 1 mi. " "i hi1 ' ""I-" 11 1 i im'
In. o ri.i fiioo 11 riiii,.M f a Hi'trn
tliun I .M ite li.i'ir. i. Ii,. ,,. 1 cu
1 1111 un il. Tin dui tur til yxnitrdu
all lby can do la lu wait auil waUU,
1 1 ........ .
KAMP K
FAMOUS RESORT
i.. 1 1 i.i . i .... ; i.i.i.i...
REPUBLICAN LEADER JAILED
FOR SELLING NARCOTICS
loli lleJj;e ;in Cmiihcl. Allege
I'nlilical ( :iiiviiir.u v Ntj.iin.t
Caul llorcluiil.
Caul ll'iti'li.iiil. a illUKiitst with n' V
11.1I slioes and Iti'publlciu leader of
Ho Thirteenth Assembly Dlslrlel, was
n 1 ti 1 1 1 1 ti I I iv .hiHlleiH liiruiiehan.
I I h'mi'IiI 11111I M1I111 1 ih'v lu'day to six
iiioiiths' liiipriNounieul lu thn penl
Initial V and to pay a lllto of Pi 1)0 for
fallltlK In renlster Ills sales and pur
'liases of iiiiii ollu ill huh aecorillllK to
Hln I toy In 11 iiel.
(tit his I1l.1l llorchald waa defcniled
by .lob lledirei, wlni iiHSetled the
I'll.ii'Hi1 mr.ilnnl lliil I'll, nil wan Inn 11 III
a political I'Oiispliai') and was meant
to 111 J 11 1 o his 1 llh'lelicy an a lie publi
can leader. The Justices set ashln
tn-ilny for an linpilty Into the acctib.1
Hon of the law)er.
A letter frnlil Crnesl K Coulter,
Nllpel lllteiidelit nf III" Society for tlm
I 'I in illt loll nf Cruelty tn Chlldlell and
repusentallMi of .Wis W. K. Vauder
bill In th" etUHiiiln .11,'aliiNt drilKs, was
ri.nl. II ihaiip'tl that llnreliaid had
Im.isleil that hn was I II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 frntti
iiiiri itlul he aii.i" uf Ills pnlltieal
inllui'lie" and that he was lint. loin.
iu'i a di.- 1 ilniliir of 'Iron 1.
Mr lle.lKex ill 1 1 1 1 1 1 '- I Hi" C llll I IT
til 1 .1 . r. 1 mm I Im I befnie Coulier was
"nli-,1 in 'I Ii) tlplirier lili'.ilh" In had
In 10 ll"i' 11. ii'il' rlnsi'Hi tilt ml and
Im, I mite iinmloali'il him Inr Hln A
xi mill' II" .iiiii"iilii'"i that Im wmild
a ppi I 'In 1 1 -in it nil' .'
TOTAL BRITISH LOSS
ANNOUNCED THIS WEEK
IS 5.323; 1.734 DEAD.
l.uMiilV. April 10 (Ai-vn wiled
I'n ssi -'111" 1 1 ii I ill KriiiNii 'iiMiaiiy
Imi liiilr.l li the War 'Ull. ii Ih.x
weidi, slim Int. I. -MX ad'llll'ilial nsw i,
wax iji "II nut to-da) If thn Ml , I
in.'l wrn killed and th" others
nllided.
These h -si", ni'ii' dlli I ill."! i ' ii
Mtllll'K 1 11' Hi 'II' Ii VX III, Ii . il it,
iiii i hi'ii . Ii Ho. t Ir io.il if Hn
I'ii iiili I'-iin 'f Seme Cloipl' ','e
ill , i, il In itiK a lip Hie liilul .
ail! i i i t 1 1 1 1 ' a thn "i'l, ., , .1 "i,
i .. it .'II Hi'ii' Kill. l
sailiniTto-day.
Tc'ia'toiik 1 1 .i v. i.i Ii! f,
i f)lMi"l'.i, Njpltx 12 M,
Alyonuuln, San Oamlng,.. 3 P, M,
MORE GAINS CLAIMED
BY PIS WAR OFflCE;
BEATEN, SAYS BERLIN
'
Great Battle on Hills About Combres
Follows Capture of Eparges, but
the Germans Insist All the At
tacks Were Repulsed.
CHARGES UP THExSLOPES
MADE UNDER RAKING FIRE.
F'AKIS, April lo. Desperate fighting on the Conibics heights, east
of Les liparges with a terrible, loss of life, was ieporlel continuing, in
lo-day's despatches. Following the capture of lipases in a bloody en
gagenient yesterday, Ihe French are pressing Iiunie their aitamSagc by
heavy smashes against the centre of the northern side ot the Teuton
wedge.
The capture of Lea Lparges was worth the sacrtiice, that was
ueccssaiy lor it dominate the plain of the Woe v re. And In capturing
the live successive ?ciics ol trenche. covering an advance of about six
miles, in the past week, the heiich arms have cstahlishd their superiority
and the men gained a leeliug ol conlideuce and victory that is invaluable.
Over rocky hillsides tho battle about t
Combres Is now prncecdliiK. Thn (ler
innns hold slmuK poslllon on tho nf
thn plateau, Their machine Kilns arn
raking the cliffs. Hut by darltiK
rushes with fixed bayonets thn Prnueh
am slowly tli;hllnK their way up tho
heights.
Thn Oomlnes ball In Is thn moat it's
peratn imw khIiic on bet ween the
Mi o ami the Moselle, 'i'hii I' ,
bellevn they have found u weak spot
In tlm tinrnnin lino und are hamtnur
Ink' It with a vciiKcauce.
Pioirress fi xiii Verdun means haiv
ler piessuio on the northern flank of
the Hermans holdlm; Ht. Mlhlol,
whllo Hln southern flatil. Is tlueat
eiied by l!ic Prcueh advaucn between
I'onl-.-i-.Mnussou and the Meiire.
In thn forest of Moutmuin the (let
in. ills arn di'llverliik' alinotil contl.lU;
ous counter attacks. Tlmy havn iiiinln
llfleen iisnuillts un one point. The
War Ofllco says each attuck has hern
repulsed.
Tin Piench War Oltlcn leport this
All French Attacks Repulsed,
Is the Report from Berlin
HIIIH.IN, April 10 (ln luulont.
Tlm ollh'lal win iilllce statement of
1 1. - I.i follows;
"The booty taken at
(lu 1 1 - J k J 1 1 1 1 ) was Im
nllli'iin, Vi2 men and
I in I (iraehton
i ,im d lo ll o
five oiaihlii"
Kims,
'In ChallipiiKne, north nf He.ltise.
Jniir, mil' tumps evaeuated Ireiii'lies
iiiken on April l, which un de
sltoei jeiteulay by Piench heavy
,ii lllli l y. Prcnch attacks in this ills,
tilct weie repuleed.
"Ililtb'ji between the Meiiso and
the Musellu continued with the same
llereeness. Near tho vllliiH''s of Pro.
ine.ey and riussuinrllle, east of Ver
dun, which the Prenrh repnited had
In en tulieii by them, im lU'lltiiik' has
l.ikell pluen up to the presi in. Those
vlllaitea are situated f.u in front of
our pi'Slti'ins
"lliiwi en Hi" Orne .uni Hn In uhls
of Hie Mi OS" the I'll'lli !l surfei'iiil il
In ix ib ("at )itei(l.n. Ail their al
ia ks bint." down ini'lii i. or lire. In
the Ciitllbris lltlla tiny ulitintied a
'i olmrury foolhnld in ' m rl.iia see
Hun nf nur outer liin 1 1 i ni'hi'a, but
wi i ii U drlli u liai k 'Kino by a
mil u i .ill uk. Thi sn liallli a eoutiutio.
"Attucka vtjralnsl uur positions
nfternooii repented the claims of gains
made last night m tlnat sup-
Pleliienlary reporls showcil that th
two attaekn which yesterday mado tho
Piench m.isteiN of the last (Jennan
posllinni at Ia's 1,'pniKrs led lu lca
pernio bayonet 1 1 k lit 1 tr.
It Is evldetit that tho Prcnch ara
nut only atlenipllui; lo capture Ht.
Allhlel, which always has been a
(burner point slncu Its wrdtso waa
driven Into the Hue of the allies, but
arn at the same tlmo sccklm? to aid
Hussiii by proventlnit tho withdrawal
of Uerman corps for tho rellof of thu
hard-piesscil Austrian and Uorman
forces in tho Carpathians.
To lift the piessuro on their lltlM
in this ri'Klon, tho ejermaua h.tvH
lauiiclieil offensives In tho Ohttm
pairuo and near the aeacoast. In Al
sace IlKhtlibf has been resumed and
there are Indications thut a general
mil?nicmcnt will soon I hi under way
from tho aca to tha extruino oaatorit
end of tho battle line.
mirth of SI. Miinei also were entirely
WiHnnii siiei'iKM. Miiiur advances on
the fr.nit a A illy and Apieinout were
mpulsnd. Kiucaijei i ut I'Urey
win uf a Ichn ln'y character, proh.
abl no ii . "iint uf Hie heavy losais
lllltrneil by tin enemy oil Sept. .
Two inai'hine Kims were captured by
us.
"On the front at ltemrnaii llle and
lu the (nrest of .(. Pretre all Prcnch
altai'ki weie inpuhed. On tho western
bolder of I,e I'rotrn tornsl tin enemy
llnally lost that part of our positions
which they penetrated at tho end uf
March.
"A icpoaled attampt to -wr'st from
ui th" vlllaxe of Hoz.uiK" In Orande
southwest of Chateau Saline-, was
paid fur b) tlm Piench with thn loss
nf a I'oiup.'iii) which was rnmplntel)
muted, whil" twn ..ini'i'i'. and lot men
leiniillieti priHoneis in nur n.imla
I- H lit k I til 'I'lini Tiiilaiiil tnril
"l'rnine" f
AMIIISHTH.V. Ai il III -Th.. filale
lli'l'Hi lliii lll In tin mil. .mil' ml Hist C'ni
Ull-l li'ii' i ul -klliini oi I, im, I.,. i hn been
otilei.it In nl'l Ai'lmi Koptvile. the
iniloi.'bX'il i" in. in ueriiaetl liy h,i
III III. I uf -'.vllo, Uiiifirl.i whs l,ltti'il
its ku) lilts btouunn luru bml "framed
nun.
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