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Loyalty Prosecutor Come iron Upstate Men. ROOT WILL HELP TO GUIDE CAMPAK Committee Has Long Sessi Before Picking Leader?Choi Satisfactory to Wadsworth Krcdrnck C. Tanner wa? clec rhairman of the new Kepublican St < ommittei yeaterday. His elect w?s unanimous, Opdui 1,. ' was the only avowed ci ? ? Wl.it m candida ">lr. Tanner, who 1- lead? Whitma county, the 26th, managed ?irrv,- nrim.' uring I ??erv ici' Fanuary, 191 1 ' repeated attacl ? ? ? <nt at t> which was h< in Chili. !' ? ? d there ri un t rio ? eat 1 andidacr of Mi In th.' latti ? ?. h<T Merto '<? t.' ? i ? committee. !?? tricl Attorn? Whitn ? ed to stand for ? r> ;M > i pla< i j th< Rarni labi I. i thi plat i Id for two years. ? ? Lafayette F!. Gh i etary of the Btate i Harry H ? ad r> ha?l declii ' <i ? Tanner ? ? Harne? Argument Averted ? ,i ? f :r-mail I ? I ? ? Mill. . \\?r,w \\,n KpS ' ?. ? Allies Pound Cornered Enemy and Gain Ground on Both Wings; Indian Troops Land in France FORTS USED TO TRAP FOE AT ANTWERP Invaders Think Them Silenced and Advancing Force Is Wiped Out. SEVERAL GUNS ALSO CAPTURFD Bombardment of Defences Continues Throughout Day and Night. GERMAN LOOKOUT SI AIN AT 1,000 YARDS Shattered Malines Is in Scene of I lerce Fighting in Streets. ? graph a "Thi ? . artillery 1 ? With t!.?- i again op. r ir.g Ihi ? ? \ 11? i mai i B that the forts : ??rp? ? that when llery approarlu-r] :?> re ? ? hut it pr< ???? launched form .lab'.? h \ ! .) through' (.ui laut nighl a iption. The Bi ? rin.in d to change I he corre poi ? - - ?intwerp ;id?ls: ?' I he '?' ? ? ? arine forr.s re? - to be ? - I i 1- ?M ..r lie a* . bombarded l artillerv, ?? ? ? in i HARLEs* ll.?i.?.??\ \ ? - * ? ? i GERMAN RETREAT HINTED BY BERLIN "We May Re Forced to Give Up Some Points,'' Says Official Statement, and Decided Change Is Noted in Tone of the Pre I By Cable to The Tribune.) ?ct. I.?Then rman presi to-day. The n< obvio? ly .ir.- i it retreat m France \n -* m the la continued with redoubled ardor, that ai tuiucs: "We i-.!-, be forced t'o give up ??nme points of little importance, but i "?!'!' mus? lent until tl op ra tions :- kn i 3 [icared in all the papers. The "Vossische Zeitung" says thi ; ing superhuman efl ? probably i ? the next few days ? VII ? ? ?. are undertal k, with Verdun a> I re I ts that t >m having their ow ? \<< ??It"! .'hcv ... ?htinn t ii penetrabl ? ring a?ains. ent will Id pen ? ?'.!, ba< - "Thi es of tro h by force i Vi< tory, victoi e mor? ? . . tli wintjs " V ':? a high plateau west oi the Meuse in a ? , bility am >n of the F make them ?elv? f< ? 1 1 : ? TURKEY REPORTEI ON BRINK OF W,1 About to Make Impossi*: Demands on Britain Newspaper Says. 1. "The I' graph" .1 fury critical situ?t b*t<ve?.-n Turk?-. powern of the Triple Enter ? "[i i? u! der.itood tlut the sun,i make deman.lt> wi -. huh it will be quite in.p.. the British government to ?.?otnplr, .t:on of certai: Hi ?vur It this pro ?ill mean that I ? ? r Pasha at ( onstantino ? ? ? . ? ' b ?ioii ? go a an.J tl d H-ii! rurkej in 1 that th PARISIAN AVIATORS CHASE FOE'S FLIER5 Pal ' ' ? Tm_ri aero piar.? -nom .. ' Pa . ? i r mu ? ? .eir ill KING ALBERT UNDER FIRE IN A BALLOON OMed BOCK Pent ' . < RUSHES MORE MEN TO FACE RUSSIAN Kaiser Chokes Railway with Troops and Guns for the Frontier. Oct. 1 I linj -eaching h and Morav.an railr? longest?; with Geiman trt>0| mater., which are being ? r. Gei man ? me effort to fa edi an< ? . .?n.i all .\u triar ? --rident, o ? - larty, whic - gupremt . ? ??German a- cone? imber 1,0< with ry, uiui'-r U( ? md Dimitrieff. i.. -, !. Accordii ,; . . n, ?fu- i. t tha army in t.ulicia au.l tha' .' ning their attention t.. th A great haul?.- is impending Cracow and on menta of I HUU. -, \ !.. . Petrogra. i d Uru i ure o? - i "Thi m their itch :ir?j divio? : of ,ir;. t mi "( In SepU ibborn i Ko r.uny. " rh< . - Andrr ALLIES, REINFORCED, CRASH INTO FLANKS OF DESPERATE FOE After Violent Fighting, Defenders Win Advantage in Region of Roye, on Extreme West Wing. INDIAN CONTINGENT REACHES FRANCE Believed To Be on Battle Line?French Make Progress at Several Points in Argonne Region. Paris, Oct. 1.?To-day'a official reports, though technical ana meagre in detail, show that the Allies are crashing still forthe? into the ends of the giant southward bending arc which marks the German line across Northern France. The latest communication, issued just before midnight, says: "This evening there is nothing of particular importance to de? scribe, except in the region of Roye, where a violent action has successfully turned in our favor, and in the Argonne, where we have made progress at several new points. The general situation remains satisfactory." The success of the allied armies around Roye, which is on the extreme left of the Allies, between Chaulnes and Lassigny, both of which were officially reported to be in the hands of the Germans two days ago, is taken as a sequence of the movement described less specifically in the following communique issued this afternoon : "There has been no modification in the general situation. We have, nevertheless, made progress on our left, to the north of the Somme, and on our right, in the southern Woevre distiict." London, Oct. 1.?The War Information Bureau made it known to-day that Indian troops were landed in France last Friday. The point of landing was not revealed, but it is presumed that the troops disembarked at Marseilles. INDIAN TROOPS DUE AT FRONT. As the Allies have placed their hopes in the arrival of rein? forcements on their left and the possibility of finding a weak spot in the German front, the Indian troops should now be with the British army. It is believed the Indian troops are muant to stiffen the allied left. Some of the Territorials also have reached Field Marshal French. These include the London Scottish, one of the best of England's volunteer regiments, recruited from Scotchmen in Lon? don. They have reached a high state of efficiency and in their* ranks are some of the best marksmen in the empire. Among them are a number of men who competed for the Palma trophy in the United States a year ago. A Reuter dispatch from Berlin by w<?y of Amsterdam says: "Official headquarters announces that the heights of Roye and Fresnoy-le-Grand, northwest of Noyon, were taken September 30. Southwest of Saint-Mihiel, the announcement continues, French attacks from Toul were repulsed Thursday, with severe losses to the French. The attack on Antwerp continues success? fully. The situation in the eastern war theatre remains un? changed." The battle of the Aisne, now nearing the end of its third week? will soon outstrip in respect to time that great contest fought at Mukden nearly ten years ago. But still no decisive result has been achieved by either side. The artillery has played by far the greatest part in the struggle, but on the German right the lighter guns, cavalry and infantry are doing most of the fighting, and doing it with an amazing stubbornness and disregard of life. There have been unprecedented artillery duels between the rivers Oise and Aisne and between the Oise and the Somme, which have taken a heavy toll of the opposing armies, followed by cavalry and infantry charges, in which first the one and then the o'iier side would gain or be compelled to give ground. WINGS ON WEST EXTENDED. The German wing is being extended further northward as the French made another move to work around it. With an un? limited supply of troops, this might go on for an indefinite period, but with the forces at the disposal of the two staffs the operation must soon come to an end. The German official account says that the Germans have de? feated the French north and south of Albert. This doubMess re? fers to an engagement which correspondents have mentioned, ad Miitting that the French had auffered a temporary reverse, but had later regaine 1 the ground. To-night's report that further progress had been made indicates that they have penetrated north of Albert. On the Allies' right, in southern Woevre, where progress is also reported, the French have been fighting to compel the Ger? mans who succeeded in crossing the Meuse at Saint-Mihiel to return to the east of the river. Along the eastern front, from the Oise to the Meuse, with the exception of the fighting on the wings, an artillery duel is going on continuously, but probably neither side has been able 'o move forward. For a time the Germans had the better of the artillery fighting, J