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TODAY'S PRICES n bunk nolo 16S Mexican pesos IS Harranza curreocv k Chihuahua rrecrv not quoted Bar nler Han A Harmon quotation 48 Copper .w l.raina niatfer Livestock easy c ocks Irregular WEATHER TORECAST. El Paso, fair. colder. Arizona, fair warmer. ttr Mexico, fair. cooler; West Texas, fair. ee.oer. im m ""'" I. cento a month. 12 PAGES. TWO SECTIONS. TODAY. "ELPASO. TEXAS. MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 25. 1915 DklJV. kRED ANYWHERE LATEST NEWS BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. SI SGI E COPT PIK CKNTa AIRMEN DROP BOMBS UPON VENICE 9- Pittsburg Factory Fire i weive LJ1Q 111 r Many Are Missing and the Death List Is Expected To Grow Heavily. SALESMANSAVES LEAPING WOMEN Catches Them As They Jump From Factory Win dow; Rescues Eight. P' .ITTSBURG. Pa, Oct 25 Eleven girls and one man are known to have lost their lives and a number of ither employes or the Union Paper j But company are aliasing; as the result j of a fire which, this afternoon de stroed the company's factory on the north side Some of the bodies recov ered were ao badly burned as to make Identification difficult. Firemen still searching the ruins this j afternoon feared that more bodies i would be discovered as not all of the 2$ girls and six men employed in the factory had been accounted The fire started m rhA first floor of Ike J Sic In which the -' rntd and Mirow a dc b means -ot tie stairways and fire escapes was etlt Otb Jl wii nr T JP 1 fcMkJaere soi pirls were caugjit as they JUlsuied fro-fi . Vienna war office claims. Bspe the building but many of tnesn were in- cially seere fighting at the Tol Jured I mlno bridge head is reported- Ttie nre startea in tne zeea store oi i ;.mes Brown &. Co and spread to tne fac orv Firemen searching the rums of the three story building recovered the bodies, and. reinforced by the citt nVpai tment. co itinued their search in the dense smoke Joseph I Bash, employed as sales man b a stove company on the second rio i of the nullding. saw flames shoot- i ng "X the elevator shaft. Running to a inaow to give the alarm, he noticed j a r umber of girls from the factory leaning out of an upper window call- Ing on them to jump, ne caugnt mem i after the other lowerine them to' the ground until eight were safe. J Zeagle another stove salesman. I Hid the same thing at another window j a .a aided a number to safety, while a, urce, the correspondent explain- P,tion of the crew could be rescued 'J8'" hf.e f ' .?ft5S-.irSJ I that it was given.to British staff ' The compleme of the Ptoi i.iititd,. .... ........, .. . aught others as tnet jumpea uuwr girls sprang into the street, and seven of t lem were taken to a hospital badly hurt Henrv T hafer. manager of the hex factorv s-inl that 26 girls and six r n were at work when the fire broke i h , h.f.T asto ii unrecocnlzabl shoes of red hit Iron by a village black ba K burne 1 as to be unrecogmzaDie. ..,. , a- - , ti,,v hntr is the flames rushed upward through the fhmsv bu.ld.n frl . -ai to the windows and without hesi- Litirn began Jumping to the street. in an incredibly snort umeine jnure . BtMKture was wiapped in flames and , -' - . . .- .. fratherin- crowds in the streets heard ine "rreaniB ui iiujbc uubuic i iiv i thf indows Minnie Bittner one of the jrirls who jun ped from the burning building, died while on tne wa to tne nospiiai. Loretta Link Ma rear et Kinsler. Kate i "ritt ier Gertrude Xeldt, Mollle Arnold J ard Margaret Steinperwald were taken xo t hospital. Buffering from burns anl broken limbs. Tne driver of a fire engine on its wj to the frc was crushed when the cuiTin overturned and it was feared lie would die Another fireman was ovt rtome 1 smoke and was said to be n a critical condition boon aftr o lock firemen pene trated to tiQ irls dressing room in tbc factor n e thej found three LodiH. i t floor The girls had been uffotaleti fv-w minutes late three boc - vere found, two of J"or j trfdii burned. j I he factorv was one rated by the Lnion Paper Box company and offi cials said 32 girls were at work when the fire broke out. Seven of them lumped and three were taken out b fire ni en before the building collapsed. SIX SENTENCED FOR USING MAILS TO DEFRAUD T r.rtlanA HrAivnn riot ? Si- nlTi- ce - and salesmen of the defunct LniteSI ' States Cashier compan who recently were found guilty of uslns tjje mails to de'raud. were sentenced today in terms varying from one year and ten i rial s in the federal penitentiary to four rtio ittis in jail Ilr -It AD3IIRAL MVMTl SUCCIMI1! TO PM3I,3fOM van TJiego t alif ct. 25 Rear ad miral Henn. Newman Manney, U l retired, lied this morning at his hen e on Point Lorn a, from pneumonia after an illness of sixdays. Three dds ago the illness of admiral Man xte took a turn for the worse, and his death bad been expected since yes terda mornuig, when he relapsed into unconsciousness. rvn IIEItMia. rriiou VM) CItlTICp I DUiD. Puris, France, Oct. 25 Paul Her Tieu. damatic author and member of the French academy, died early today. He had been ill lor several days. loudcroft . CONFESSION CHECKS I Tie War At a Glance VKNICB was twice attacked lat night by airplanes from which bomb , some of which were lncenejtarjy. were thrown, it was officially announced in Rome. An incendiary bomb that fell in front o" the ducal palace on the piaxnta on the St. Mark, did not d. any damage. Another bomb crushed the sculp tored ceiling of the church Degli Scalzi. Only slight damage was done and there were no casualties. RrportM Successful Attack Paris reports a successful attack in the Champagne region, where an important position was cap tured. French troops following up their reported success In routing the Bul garians in engagements of Fri day and Saturday, are threatening Strumitis. Bulgaria, according to Saloniki advices. The Bulgarians are reported to have lost heavily in the fighting. Tentunlc Move la Cheeked Par's dispatches from Athens re flect a more hopeful tone in entente quarters regarding the situation In Servia- It Is declared that ac cording to N'lsh advices the Teu tonic offensive along the entire northern front has been brought to a standstill and that the Bul garian forward movement also has been checked. Berlin declares that Aastro German troops have made further advances in Servia. notably the new force which had irossed the Dan ube near the Rumanian border The Bulgarians also have made pro cress near the central point of the Serbo-Rulgarian frontier, it it claimed. Dnlcarlang Take liskon Admissionthat the Bulgarians have takesi Oskup, as announced In an oXfMtal statement from Sofia, is cakUafawd in a eumnraalcatlon frw'&'?b" twar office received fsslaj. l --? - j , Ian -Oflennlve- i. - iHf fT aAaHve Has to pft manga ."tklUsfres rlan defence line, the - fa, the Austrian defence line. current official statement of the TlilSIK ARE DESCRIBED -London Eng Oct iZ A Ion a I ,..... nn nn A,. -rw-.Bt, ne ini.n i atrocities is telegraphed by the Reuter correspondent with the Dardanelles j -j Tne statement is from an offi- , an Armenian serving in the Tnr-., j army, who was taken prisoner ! This account begins at Er.erum. the principal city of Turkish Irmenia. last ' March: It covers travels about various I paru of Armenia and gives details of various atrocities along familiar lines,' 1 how the bishop of Sivan was shod with i smith on the order of the Turks, how I mah d(-tHrtR for mas- men were tied together in groups oi sacre and how the declaration of mar- 1 ti 1. 7I1 IniiliirlaJ tha MnflaM. i u.rT-c ann nnw inr unziiirjiijuii us iiai. i zn inciuded u,. confisca- f , . .. .t,ii, rirorrtv ! v " POLICEMEN CHARGED WITH MANSLAUGHTER I Los Angeles. Calif, Oct. 25 The iciiim of Chester Nolen one of two boys shot by policemen William Cahill and Samuel s nam mo laKi r rioaj wnen the failed to obey an order to halt, was held to have been unjustified t a coroner's jury toda. The bullet that pierced Nolen s heart probably fa tall v wounded Frank Ward. his companion on .a motorcycle, ooia officers fired several shots. The er- diet stated ioien was Kiea Dy an . of two officers William camii ami Samuel Sham mo " Complaints charging hill and Sham mo with mansiu- . will be t ' filed this afternoon .iccctu.ii. to to- f lice department officials. j LIBERTY BELL DAY IN DEMING TO BE LtLtbKAitU BY CKUWDS i Demu t.. Oct 25 Liberty Bell day continues to cro until DemlnE promises to be packed when the old bell arnvea here. I ioe governor nu wirtm indi hk i (.'(trninK- There are a aomber et excursion parties on , the Saiita Fe. Southwestern sn.l soatnern Pacific which are beins planned tor the celebration November 1 The Mth cavalry will participate . there . will be a number of bands and the clUxens ! win act as a general reception coramltte: both for the bell and the visitors. SILVER CITY'S MILITARY I COMPANY IS MUSTERED IN stl.er City N M Oct. 25 Lieut. F Test and Klstine of the U s. army aod in , 1,,,! Krenej was executed'at Uiege tU company at Sl.ver City by M.J Per- oft Genmnnj SQuad wasnot The new company has settle and fire Miss Edith Cavell under similar cir hononiry members and tn elude on Its r- ' cumstances, the commanding officer of ter manv of the members of the faculU and I the firing squad was obliged to put student body of the State Normal school raadamc Frena to death bv shootlnjr OIL. PltOPKRTIK; l.F,I; DHKLUl'hI) iiaTiiB mkkijood "? IWBICII . 'lt J. . v f..D pects are again reported good in the Lake wood field and a number of pros- pectors are at work on this field, in de veloping the oil possibilities. A number of oil experts are watch ing the Lake wood district closely and the country for miles around Lakewood is being staked by new claims which hae been filed. Should Be TILESIEUWOFFM n Bin Berlin. Germany, Oct IS. The Ser vian campaign, according to all infor mation reaching Berlin is nragressuur. i favorably for the central powers, al ' though the operations are retarded by j bad weather and tne difficult topo , graphy of the country I The German, Austrian and Bulga j rlan forces are reported to be gaining j ground everywhere without interrup I tlon The mention in Saturday's state ! ment from the German general staff I that the troops of the central allies had crossed tne urina nver near vu grade. shows that the Teutonic forces ate operating on Servia s western . - . - ..-- 1 ... . Jk -utt t Iqmu a xaci wnico nwewiwe ua... uw. oeen snspceie-. im iwt c-.ui,....- the circle of Um armies carrying out a general corral against the Servian forces. GERMAN OFFICIAL REPORTS , RECORD FOOD SUPPLIES' ... Rarninr. Oct. 25 The food ' suppl situation in German, based on the nearly complete 116 crop returns, which are declared to be more than large enough for coming needs, is ex plained in a statement issued bv under secretary of state Arnold Uvahnschaffe ( at the instance of Dr. " h.n.ann , under secretary says , ' "We have a record p.010 crop such I as Germany since its foundation never , had. We bad counted on a good harvest of nearly .. hundredweight, but actually got L2M.M 006 hundredweight. PurK raising nas laiten an nn- of impetus ha the hurt nine month which was aied hr the hnjt -- in hort w kave nkat we "Butter pr&f wlB Be Tr&&e-t2 the empire to ths- r-lsior Bsssfts- 7)rj-!u; :iT' i mum prices needs of children, ailing mothers and , nBua ui cuwiiwi, .s M.wwa.. - sict will Ue Bpeclally cared for through : aifK- nr.ii iu. uuwu it cxreo inr inrDnKn . sales counters and special tickets. - - i u-a- t.w.t. ' Jieasurea mw i w i.. - u. -.. , the poorer portion or the population Will be able to get meat at lower prices FEW ON GERMAN CRUISER ESCAPE WHEN IT IS SUNK ! Berlin. German) Oct 25 By way of London. Eng S 25 p m.) Only a 1 small part of the crew of the German cruiser Prim Adelbert. sunk by a Brit I ish submarine in the Baltic was res i cued 1 This was made known in the follow ing official statement todav xeieicroi irom ine naai general staff dated Oct 23. states that the cruiser Prinz Adelbert was sunk by two shots from an enemy submarine off Llbau. Unfortunately only a small "c"- : " . " L 1 T " T" TT. nouncement irom i-eirosraa yeaieroaj " sn? L" fA,V ", r a sad . the cr",ser Sr PSin iL-S squadron which PWf hd n charged with a special mission . .. .., ...- GtKMAN AlKf LATIS, fALLS SEVEN THOUSAND FEET London. Oct. 25 In a report Issued John French describes briefli the progress of the campaign in Franc Thirlne' th lltKa' three daVS." SI -During the last three days." says th- r-nort. "there has been consider- ble rtillert activity south of La I Basse canal, but no infantry action nihor than irr.nn fishtinir in the trenches. I "OctoDer zz, lonr i our wruwii a engagements in the air and in each engagement m ure ou r-'". ",iiwi.ii.n I leading the monarcniai movement case the enemy's machines were either . to his Proposition ' been had just been established. An editor forced to descend or were driven away The "'"'? ec, J" T "'' when I who left Pekin to work on the new pa 0 of the German airplanes dived head testing a bomb in a small grove when wno .i r a shanghai He is .a-u . t,A.eri.v taaa iaa miA a anDroacbed . . . .1 j -.. first from a height of TOW feet into wood just behind the enemv s lines. BULGAR OPPONENT OF WAR 1C QPNTCNrFn PflP TIFF. Sofi, Bui-ria. Oct. -5 A Bulgarian AaJ a&dil A ktVUV v mtUtskT. ,.., has conicted M btam buliwsk, leader of the AgrariaJis, ot antimilitaristic propaganda, and has sentenced him to imprisonment for iif Tm nthor Atrrarun deouties M. Charenkoff and M Torlskoff, were tried on the same charge. Charenkoff was sentenced to two i years' imprisonment and M. forlskofr i was acouitted. I Jl. Stambuliwsky was one ot a num- Kr nt Itlllorflkn al.mn whn Went . , ... r.i.- ,-. i.. K.rr- um- ,, , ,fc. , A ,ia,hr to j i i ., i n persuade him not to permit the nation lYi. """" ra"nj allies. GERTlIAN AIM IS POOR I IM CYCrilTIMf! WilMCN Amsterdam Holland. Oct. 2j The Telegraf publishes an article from ti Antwerp correspondent under the title "The Paternal administration of Bel gium, in which it is said that some -urssfttra a im I- r -. nromn n midailie ner tnrougn tne nead with nts reoier KAISER CONFERS CROSSES ON BULGARIAN RULER lyondon. Eng Oct. -S r mperor vMI liam has conferred the decoration of th Iron Cross of the first and set on i classes of king Ferdinand of Bulgaria, according to a dispatch printed by the Amsterdam Telegraaf and forwarded by the correspondent of Reuter s Tele gram company a Winter B8ITP . 1 I U i lie ens IB Lieut. Robert Fay Says He Was Sent Here By Secret Siervice. prisoneWoffers BRIBE OF $1000 ! Dynamite and Other Explo sives Found in Suit Cases After the Arrest. N EW YORK. Oct. 85 Robert Fat. a lieutenant of the lth Saxonv infantry, admitted today that he tame here Ust A,riL through an ar- wtn Germa. secret ser- I vice, for the purpose of blowing up or delating steamers sailing from thu ' . . .-.mu-ition for ' the -mUlies. Fay declared, howe.er Jha, whUe he , mut been here ho h-d acted mdepend- astly of the Germa-l sinaasy or omr ; u tfecman Manhrhara. Ha !2&Ser7&!JZVZ " 7-i-a-r -Ci -..r-i-l--iM-lfc- ) -use iLBtliill . m-z M r -' ,T ! i1 I -M tT fcotti men told Hint But to in- ,Jf.M ..th .,,,- sailina from tertere wjin sieamers senilis v m ,r. r American ammum- """ i tion plants. i n,f,n. " -- --"r" ", v it. r L. Far " Vu!n earlier in the da on charges of con ! spiracv and were held without bail for an vnm natlnn tnmi.rrOW Fat and SehoU were arrested b New ork and New Jerser detectives near Grantwood N J late yesterday, while the two men were experimenting with explosives. Paul Daeche of Jersej City, who was arrested at his home earlv todav alw was arraigned with Fav and Scholz. He was charged with conspiracy and held without balL Detectives said, however that Daeche had given them much val uable information and they expected him to be an important witness. Fay said that while serving in the German army he invented a device far blowing up ships. The prisoner gaye out a statement to the newspapers. In that he said Tell, of rlan. Mi onlv object when I came to this country was to Interfere with the enor mous shipments of ammunitions to the allies. Knowing that any ordinary dam age that may be done to factories may be repaired within a few hours. I de cided it was useless to bother with am munition plants Find Quantity of Kxptoalvr. v vast quantity of high explosives and survey maps of New York has been reported to have been found in his room, wnere the arrests were made An additional charge of attempted br,bery mav be made against Fay He is said to have offered a police officer SIM to release him and made an advance n.tmmt of 1C when the officer agreed Five steel mines, said by the police to belong to the prisoners, later wero. to the prisoners, later wero I the general opinion is uiai ne m a West Hoboken. N J . store Japan in search of more peaceful em lach was packe- in a separate . ployment than work on a paper inter chest, and fitted with an sted in a movement so thoroughly Uis- found in hoilflr K wooden chest, and fitted !.. i kiAk miarht Ka fatAnAl to lliacnilirm uva iuin. . ...w the stern of a ship by a wire. Contact with the propeller of a ship, it is said, would explode the mine Ilyrmmltc In ult tntfu. Two utt cases found in the men's rooms in W-ehawken. N J., were filled with explo3is letters written in Ger- mnn and official-looking documents. A ironic the explosives were several I sticks of .Ivnamite and various kinds of acid uned in the manufacture ef ex plosives Kay llnke ConfrKiIon. Announcement was made at police headquarters today by commissioner Woods that Fj after an all night grilling had made a confession According to the commissioner. Fay broke down earl todav and admitted he was a lieutenant in the German arm and had come to this country two or three months ngo for the speci fic purpose of experimenting with a machine containing high explosives Ships carring war ammunitions were to be disabled according to Fa s stor It was said that several ar rests would be made toda of men who were cognizant of Fu s movements. KAB1BBLE KABARET TEAR A.KABIBBLe, XM W LOUE WITH A HOOK MAW. ANCTOER FEllOW HAS PR0M1SEPMT A MVSOM ANPPJrKTirllN.WHO SHAILIACCEPTV Yuc'peoMiMEftl IF THE RXJRWAM Arr ftrr sEMStr BwuqH to MAke, PB3H1SES At5Q,lifc QWjtii iuut Playground GERMAN PLOT Bit? Concert In Front of Herald; Prizes To Be MI M VRTJIA IB: It, t m-c ut i rised this evening I i.aivAn .. ami h o-lorc when The i XJ Herald presents two calliopes. I a KX of eiectnc chimes and a brass . band in concert In front of The Herald boildlne m Pioneer pUza. The space imne-ia-e- m iruui w. j The Herald win be cleared by pole , J0 bis wagons bear- , ln ,,. musical instruments can gei , Lusaisi in s-s ., v. t- u. -I-snL Ui t-S-'i50'- - II H.l Wl W,1U H HV ,M r. i '. .1 -- . -s. h f.nV I III Mill II !!! IWI HIMWUiiw ...-. v ., VT"i MMit, f th Al G ai u o m, -"" 7.. ;T Barnes Three Ring Traineo. nuo c li .iB nrHvM. in maJ circus. The big circiis arrived in v lrt frwlnv ana rave IKS iiksl r- formance this afternoon to thousands of pleaed people other performances I i FAMILY KILLED UTD CRASH Detroit. Mich Oct 25 Seven mem bers of one family met instant death and an eighth was probably fatally in mred yesterday when an automobile near Detroit was struck b Grand Trunk passenger train The dead are Mrs Rachel btoidt. ner five daughters. Pearl. Hazel. Mabel. Martha and Esther and Miss Minnie En gel, asister of Mrs Stoldt. William btoldt. of Troy. Mich-, the husband and father, was badly mangled. Apparently Stoldt. who was driving the automobile, did not see the approach ing train and drove the machine in front of the locomotive. CHINESE PEACE PAPERS WRECKED BY OPPOSITION Pekin. China. Oct 25 Plans for the restoration of the monarchy received another chect In the destruction of the plant of the Asiatic Daily News at Shanghai bv dynamiters. The paper was the avowed organ of the Society tar th treervation of Peace, which is leading the monarcniai movement, and j supposed to nave oeen ' - I the general opinion is that he tto (o.tAfnl tn hnncrhal reformers. Pekin has also had a" recent sensation in newspaper circles The Tien Mis Pao a paper which has been opposing the' Societ for the Preservation ot I'eaie ind the monarcniai movement, suddenly ceased publication and Its ed itor issued a circular saying the police interfered with his paper because of his opposition to a plan known to do aup- ported by tne government. ASK CHURCHES TO JOIN AGAINST MILITARISM New Haven Conn, Oct. IS A resolu tion to place the national council of Congregational churches on record against increased armaments in the United States was presented at today's session bv the business committee on behalf of Rev Dr Chas. E. Jefferson of Broadwav Tabernacle New Tork Moderator K. M Beardsley of Kansas Citv offered an amendment which In effect would ask all churches in the country without regard to creed to join in a movement against militiriam and increased armaments and towards a path which would bring about an early peace in Europe. The resolution and amendment will be acted upon late to day ACCIDENTAL SHOT CAUSES DEATH OF CLIFTON MAN Clifton. rix. Oct 25 From the re sults of a gunshot wound accidentally received, Ed Van Antwerp died at the Anions Copper company's hospital here Mr Van Antwerp was returning from a hunting trip in the Duncan dis trict when his shotgun fell to the hot- ... .. kalrk.anl 1-. .Link I.A ..... ,l,n- s.ri -v.-. dischara-etL The entire 1 charge entered his right leg and so 1 dav by the supreme court It refused from Rome owing to th. resignation much blood was lost that surgical aid to take jurisdid n r a case in , of several ministers who opoose RU was of no avail. volvmg tin mnMiiu -onal point minu- irt "-vtrtion in the ir As Well Given the Children nowu n b - ir s ee i i tomorrow t.111 et- anu toniono n ght p rrntu at 3i tjiere will be an in termission in the concert and the prises won L thi chool children of Kl Paso i i The rierjld s wiln anima' contest, will b distributed Mr Barnes himself is to hate made the distribution. Due jeing mojesi aa m tioici, no fs;i----j- g jp any in circus owner, but it is true. Insteuaof jr. names. a ""2i' "Z-TZ1 Wim Martha Fsriaa will drive h.r aw. automoaese ana mu trilration of D rises to the lw riw. .irgfir, ki. (11 Ka oltwi fill- I sMUlf II ill SCmtrSr MX. sUDl of the performances to be gtve oy werw sx aixacK was at aoout iv p, m circus while in the eity The ivlmiers j J6n Nmb fell on the roof of the in this coutest bad their names printm in The Herald s week-end edition- They should be on hand to rec pnae-. from Miss Florme tn in auc .. .. - receive inrn is evening Charleston S C. Oct. 25 The Mal lorj liner Colorado, which sailed from Cnarles'on last night with cotton for New Tork caught fire nd was afcan rf.tneil aci.ord'ng to a wireless message j recdvrJ here today from the steamer ftUW-iiet The Suwanee reported the burning vest-el had been signed off Capo Ro maln 24 miles north of here. It was reported that a Merchants' and Miners' steamer hrd rescued the crew The . olcrado carried no passengers. MELLEN RESUMES STAND IN NEW HAVEN TRIAL New York. Oct 25 More of what has been described as the "dusty rec ords" of the New Tork. New Haven -Hartford railroad were awaiting Charles S. Mellen's mental broom to day when he took the stand for his fourth dav of testimony at tin trial o' the 11 directors of the road, charged with conspiracy to monopo lise the railroad and steamship -lines of New England Before Mr Slellen resumed the stand. Arthur B Russell valuation counsel of the New Haven was re-c.-lled to identify further documentary evidence The document had to do with New Haven affairs during the time Mr Todd was second vice presi dent from ISM to ISO, some of them being later signed by him. DENIES CHARLTON WAS MENTALLY IRRESPONSIBLE Como Italy. Oct. 25 The crown prosecutor, sicno Mallini. deliered his argument to the jury todav m the case of Porter Charlton the merican who is on trial for the murder of his wife Sign or Mallini denied that Charlton wa mentalH Irresponsible, een momentarily, at the time the deed was committed The prcsecutor denied that Charlton had had proxocation for k Ihng his wife, and insinuated he married her for her savings and that he had appropri- ated her jewels after killing hr DR. DUMBA HONORED BY i AUSTRIAN EMPEROR iIUmTUD. niinsn&'P it Prs dUnitlbaiDLH Berlin Oe inani Ot t : I r ton- , pulsed strong Turkish itt cks in the stantin Dumba v. hove recall i vu K,uS t ri .,-ithla res o i on the tal tro-Ilungart mi amlnw-iiinr to the i,pon peninsula, accord! r to a Ois Lnited States ih rt,uesti.d bv presi- i pat, h (rom Mytilene The lurks are dent Wilson, armed in Berlin vester- I ,ld to n lve OSl h-iily vn nay wim nis wne commenting on his wife the arrival of the diplomat, the Vossiscae Zeiti'n sas W e learn from a usually n ell In formed source that emror rtarp Josepn has ennobled ambtssador l'om ba." CANNOT ACTON CASES- INVOLVING CONSTITUTION Washington. I C. Oct. 2S. Jurisdic tion of the supreme court over bank ruptcy cases inol.ng questions of constitutional law ni-s ut off by an act of the lat .ongres ami so wtr 1 C&fieS inolin general bankruptcy amstions acronl n to a decision to - As a Summer Resor II i 19 I l I I I I 1 I 9 I Teuton Forces Make Two Attacks On the City During Night. GERMANS TAKE VILLAGE OF REPE ! Russians Plan To Check Re currence of Another Dash ing Teutonic Advance. ROME OME. Italy. Oct. 25. Two atta Ks airmen .th incendiary bomb'. were made last night on the cn of enice by Teuton forces, accord r to official reports given out here toda One of the bombs fell upon the "-ot of a church and crushed uUa ceiling which wa ornamentaii srJth scolBt-rt Vnother.. eggsrw: of 3&nromb?ro?PB 0 two attack,, sMerval upon - -throwin? ma nftihi of Which were incendia : cftcrcn uegn frcaizu it crusneo. tne ceiling, wnicn wa or -irueniea wna ' beautiful sculpture: of Tiepoio An in !cendiar bomb fell upon the plazetta of the cathedral ef St Mark in front o' the ducal palace without doing. an damage. Five other bombs fefl es(h . in canals or upon places la the cit 1 where only slight damage was prodace&i 0 One "W ajf Hurt. t "The airplanes returned at about 11 I p. m One bomb fell in the court of an alms house and set fire to piles of wood. Two other bombs exploded without doing anj damage. No one was hurt. L' ONDON, Eng Oct- ... Each suc ceeding telegram from the Balkan" tells of the increasing gravity oi Servia s position To the north the Bui garian and Austro-German tort.es are within 35 miles of joining hands. To the south, half of Servian Macedonia n in possession of the Bulgarians, if tht report of their capture of Lskup is true This would mean that the in aders have in their hands nearly all the means of commun ica tion. Ftehtlng A Ith Renened Intensity. Fitting on the Rira-Dinsk front has broken out with renewed intensity Thouch the Germans apparently have been Iodine heavtl, thej hae capture J the m lacr of Repe, southeast of Riga and hi. taken llloukst, northwest of D nsk The ton1 of dispatches from Petro grud. noweer is hopeful, and while ir is seen tht Riga ma fait the belief is expressed that there w ill be no r currnce of the familiar dashing Teu tonic actnce Kreneh Troops Ront Bulgers. French troops routed thret division of Bulgarians on Saturdav on the froa of t.radek-olandovo-Rabroo in south eastern Serbia, according to a dispatch filed at i-alomkt October -4 to the Ha, as News agenc Tie Bulgarian forces, the dispatch adds, w ere deci mated Flcht for Baltic Port. Berlin uerman. Oct 25 Heaw fighting is -still in progress for posses sion of the Baltic port of Riga. The official report gnen out here toda- mentions no further progress for the Germans and indicates that the Ru" sians ar now on the offensie on one part of th-1 Fiira frort nstro-German dvnneeii Berlin Germany Oct - Further adance- for the Austro irerman troops on the Serwan front "-eluding a sue cessfuL forward moeTient h the new force which has crossed the Danube I near the Rumanian frontier were an nounced today b the wi- Tice. The Bulgarians have adunni 12 mile north of Pieiot near th center of the norm or t lei Serbo Bulg ir lan front ie" VI.LIK T GAI.I.Il'OLt ltKl'H.SK Tl UK VrTVCK1 Paris irame Oit. T e troops nf th .nt.nu -.!,. nn u ilnsdftv ra- artille n t on c . mnue rwo de stoe barded entered the straits tud bom Tsa. . Tepe CFRMWl ! rtTTIMS DOW 0LMPTION OI" MEVT 1 omli n r g Oct . Ini Anster daT. rr pondent of neuters Tele-r-ram nmp i sas that an.ortring to urlMvf- tiom Berlin the retetal coan cil has ioroidden tlie al oi two da of each week of dishes -1 iting or meat. CVK1MT CKIhis niMIMVr. T ondon. r n-r Oct ' cabinet crisis in Rumania i in Tiinent accord 1 in to a dispatch tn the Daily News srwsf -isvsase-minsii ' tkt E.-.. 4HJwar-3-j UKMV -C - uuuaun MAjwin.Mm- , . iSSglmmmU JrviTjlicT Parana.