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iflTE REE: OMATIA. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1014.
GERMANS CAN HOLD
LINES AIL WINTER
London Correspondent Writes that
Kaiser'i Army it Well Fixed
EASILY HOLD THEIR GROUND
Freaeh Ha Beea I'nable to Faah
F.grnf Bark Sloe C apt are (
Kkrlmi Sniping Cob-
tlnaes ETcryw kere.
TjONDON. Oct. J7. The, correspondent
of the MorninK Poet, writing from a point
near Rhelms, under data of Saturday, and
discussing the sltustlotT In tha eastern
part of the Aisne valley, says:
"it Is possible that the Germans intend
tn hold this line all winter and If they
fortify their positions. It la quite possible
that they ran do so. It la certain that
they can make no further move Into
"Around Rhefms there is now only one
point where the German have heavy ar
tillery and this consists of only one bin
Itun and twenty pieces of smaller field
arllllea-y. These are all Austrian. This
artillery Is located near Berru, soma dis
tance from the city, which, however. Is
well within the rang of the bis; nun.
This gun is a rapidly moving piece, pulled
by a moVr tractor and contents itself
with a shot or two dally.
'The German Infantry .lines, however,
are much further advanced. The German
trenches at Betfieneny run in a long un
broken line around to the right by Cornay.
' At no point are the French trenches more
tt.n a few hundred yards away.
Geraaaa Malatata Ground.
The Germans have lost no ground since
Of French captured Rhelms. There la
continual sniping from the trenches. The
ground between the trenches Is thickly
covered with barbed wire entablements.
"Four hundred German prisoners were
taken Thursday and brought Into Rhelma.
They made tha customary German com
plaints of extreme hunger, but the French
are beginning to be skeptical as to these
complaints, for the prisoners bear no sign
The German officers boast thst the Ger
man strength lies la the superiority of
their artillery and tha efficiency of their
JP7 system, both of which have been
only too well proved daring the campaign.
Tbej German lines show frequent signs
of activity, calling for constant watch
fulness In this vicinity.
"In the meantime the artillery duel
along the eastern part of the Aisne val
ley la being continued with great violence.
Although the allies seem to hold the ad
vantage, the battle here la far from ended
and the strong fortified positions held by
the Gersnana will call for exceptional
FIGHT FOR ROAD
TO CALAIS STILL
(Continued from Page One
has landed forces In Albania lIH that
Greeks also are making their way Into
Norris Makes List of
WASHINGTON. Oct. J7.-The list ei
persons he believes should be called be
fore the senate lobby committee In con
nection with ' his charges that a lobby
has worked In tha Interests of liquor
produoers to prevent a tax on whisky
and an Increased levy on beer, was
rearing completion today by Senator
Norris of Nebraska, He made the
charge in the senate during the final
discussion of the war revenue bill.
Senator Norris already has submitted
a partial list to Chairman Overman of
the committee. Among those whom he
suggests should be called are Royal E.
. Cabell, former commissioner of Internal
revenue, and Theodore Bell of California.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. T7. Theodore
A. Bell denied with heat today that he
had worked to prevent a tax by congress
on whisky and an increased levy on beer.
"I was in Washington," said Mr. Bell,
"solely In the Interest of the grape grow
ers and win makers of California, as
their counsel. I conceive that I had a
right to be there. I appeared openly and
only before committees and aubcommlt
tees charged with oonrdderaUon of the
revenue measures) proposlna; a tax of St
cents a gallon on fortified sweet wine
and 13 cents a gallon on dry wtnea
"Senator Norris waa certainly mialn
farmed wbfen he placed my name, or that
of Roy li. Cabell, who was associated
with me, among those who represented
the beer and whlaky interest.
IXJNDON. . Oct 27 The Greek govern
ment has announced to the powers its
intention of provisionally occupying
northern Elprus, owing to the necessity
of suppressing tha anarchy ' prevailing
there as the result of tbe breakdown of
the Albanian government and the flight
of Frince William of Wled.
According to a message reaching Rome
from Avlona, Albania, telegraphs the
Roma correspondent of the Exchange
Telegraph company, 809 regular Greek
soldiers with one battery of artillery.
have arrived at Vaain and attacked the
nmssulmaa position at OrexM. forcing
them to retreat. The Greeks tneo started
Advices from the interior declare Greek
Eplrotes have bombarded, burned and
occupied the vallages of . Sclalisl, Bust,
Tepeleil. Bubzl and Premedi. Ii Albania,
not far from the Grecian frontier.
Bee Want Ads Are Famous as Result-lietter.
EGAN LOSES CLAIM FOR .
BIG FEE IN DIVORCE CASE
8. P.. Oct. 27. (Special.) In
the supreme court today Justice Whitting
handed down an opinion in the case or
George W. Egan against Alice E. Bur
nlfht. Minnehaha county. In which the
lower oourt has been reversed. In this
rate Egan brought suit for a fee for
conducting divorce proceedings for his
client, claiming and securing a Judgment
for $1,000. The defendant claimed that all
which was due him was S2S0, claim of
'he defendant 4n the record being that the
fee was to be based upon the amount of
service required of the attorney. In Its
finding reversing the lower court, "the
supreme court says: "The attorney cer
tainly cannot be allowed to place a pot
of gold over asalnst his duty and the
rights of his client; common observation
teaches us which wsy the scales will 'tip
when In tbe hands oT any person who
ees fit to place his selfish desires over
sgalukt his sense of duty."
tlnuea to be the scene of deadliest
conflict, and, although It Is said the
flow of Gorman reinforcements
gems to be without end, they ap
parently have made no noteworthy
advance since gaining this river.
The left wing of the allies has been re
inforced, a fact which may be due in
part to efforts to offset the constant
tide of freeh German troops and In part
to make good the decreased activity of
the British fleet, which, according to
German advices, hss been forced to
withdraw further from the coast because
of the German artillery. No German
ships, aside from submarines, have been
reported In this vicinity. The tone of all
articles Jn the London press seems to
be that the appearance of German war
ships would be welcomed ss presaging
that sea battle for which the Britons long
have teen hoping.
Germany has a number of small cruis
ers at Wllhelmhaven, together with a
detachment of destroyers, and the sudden
appearance of some of these ships woukl
be no surprise.
Dispatches reaching London say Em
peror William has demanded unequivo
cally that Calais be taken, and a tele
gram 1 received today, quoting the Saxon,
Gasette, gives whst purports to be an
ambitious plan of German invasion, once
the north coast of France Is In their
The towns of West Flanders, over and
through which the battle for the coast
has' been waging, are in . ruins. The
canals are choked with dead and the
countryside la scarred as if by aa earth
quake. That the Germans have not been alone
In heavy losses Is attested by a dispatch,
declaring that the Belgians lost 10,000
men when they were driven from the
banks of the Tser. '
The biggest of the German guns are
now reported to be at Bruges. They ap
parently are yet to be brought into ac
tion and some of the most terrible stages
of the conflict remain to be decided.
Germans Expect to Take Verdan.
There has been no notable change
along the battle line In France proper,
although ths Germans claim that the
fate of Verdun will be sealed promptly
as soon aa their powerful guns get into
From near Rhelms has come a dispatch
dwelling upon the local Indications that
the Germans are preparing to hold their
positions In that part of the Aisne all
winter. Most of the claims from the
eastern arena of the war continue to give
the upper hand to the Russians, although
the Germans are rallying and seeking to
stem the Russian onrush.
It seems officially confirmed that Italy
BY GAS EXPLOSION
(Continued from Tage One
check the flames In the lower level,
where 1"0 men were entombed, hy drop
ping blankets soaked with water. This
temporarily checked the flames, but the
poisonous gases drove the fire fighters
MLRPHT8BORO, IIL, Oct. IT. -One
hundred and fifty persons had been taken
alive from the Royalton mine at noon.
Eighty-five of those rescued hed been
overcome by gas. Two of these died at
the top of the mine. The rescuers are
making fewer attempts to carry the dead
from the mine, as they are using all their
time In the attempt to rescue the living.
It now Is stated that 80R men entered the
mine shortly before the explosion oc
curred.' First Reports Kiaaaerate.
PITTSBURGH. Pa., Oct. ' ST.-A tele
gram received this afternoon at the Pitts
burgh . station of the bureau of mines
satd that reports of damage by the ex
plosion In the Mitchell mine of the
Franklin Coal and Coke company at Roy
alton, III., had been exaggerated, and
the rescue cars were not needed. The
telegram waa signed by J. S. Mitchell,
president of the coal company. Orders
for the Evansvllle (Ind.) rescue car -t
proceed to Royalton, however, were not
The Wan Ad Columns of The Bee Are
Read Dally by People In Search of Ad
tFrom a Staff Correspondent)
WASHINGTON. Oct J7.-i8pe.-lsl Tele
gram.) The following postmasters have
Nebraska omm. Custer countv. Julius
IX Kends.ll. vr C. 3 Morsan. resigned.
Georgetown. Custer countv. George W.
Trueman vice J W. Welch, relnert;
Rlngsolii, Mcpherson count v. Oscar
Meroney, vice peter .tensn. reslane.1.
South Dakota ltontlla. Beadle county,
Frank W. James, vice T. W. l'fewson.
A postofflce was established at Oir-
ley. Cheyenne countv. Neb., with D. W.
Busse as postmaster.
The following pensions were gtanted:
Helen .1. Balcom. lewellen. tlf: Emllv
3 Wont. Lincoln. tl2; Sarah Molnlurf.
The following railway mail clerks have
been appointed In Nebraska:
t K. Williamson. CUv Center; U R.
Eastman. Campbell; F.. R. Gibson.
Omaha; G H. Prltohard. Falrbury; II.
A. besotte, Hea.ver-Cro1n; It. V,
t'rossley. Nebraska City; Edward Moore,
Hastings; C. A. Meenenger. Kalrbury;
V G Ki'heet, Falrburv; J. W. TotneV.
Table Kock : D. K. Joh.na.in, Holdrege;
Irvln S. Peterson, Orleans; Frank P.
Jessup, McGrew; J. T. Wood, Omaha.
Charles W. Brlnkergoff has been ap
pointed temporary posmaster at Parks.
Dundy county, Nebraska, vice E. B.
HEPBURN BOLTS CUMMINS
BARTON THE "HERE"
(Continued from Page One.)
FINDS HUNTER SLAIN
BY SHOT HELM FIRES
PIERltE. S. D., Oct. r.-(Ppeclsl Tlee
grani.) A coroner's Inquest at Midland
this evening on the death of O. C. Hun
ter, brought In a verdict to the effect
that O. C. Hunter came to his death
from a shot hrotiah the henrt which
shot was fired by Alva Helm Tlie
stato'a attorney wltl return from Mid
land to Fort Pierre tonight and arrange
ments will be made for the preliminary
bearing and nn effort will be made to
get the ease to trtal at the term of court
.rrrjr.r CosgreMDiin Say. He Will
Vote for Maurice Connolly.
SENATOR BAR TO HARMONY
la Letter Moat Cltr Editor tie
"ays Leadership of faster la
Oaly OhatarV to Tarty
SIOCX CITY. la.. Oct. irr.-lSpeelal.)-
Deelarlnjr that Senator A. H. Cummins Is
the one obstacle to complete harmony in
the republican party of Iowa and that
he should be eliminate. I from leadership
In the party. Colonel N . r Hepburn,
for twenty-two years a republican rep
resentative In rongress from tbe Eighth
district. In a letter to E. T. Tletser of
this city, niad.i public today, states be
will cast his ballot on November 3 for
Congressman Maurice Connolly, the
democratic candidate. Mr. Helser for
many years was associate edltiy of the
Kioux City Journal under the late Hon
George D. PerMns. He Is an old friend
of Colonel Hepburn.
The Hepburn letter hss caused a sen
sation In the political circles of flloux
City. The antl-Cummlns republicans
here are elated over it.
Governor Clarke and all other esn.ll
dates on the republican ticket ar
warmly indorsed by Colonel Hepburn
He states that he never yet has scratched
his ticket end he baa been voting for
republican candidate sine. 1W. When.
on November S, he shall vote for Con
geessrfian Connolly. a democrat, a
straight record of' fifty-right years will
But I bnlleve It to be my duty." Col
onel Hepburn writes to Mr. Helrer.
,Th nestor of Iowa republicanism finds
Justification for his bolting of Senator
Cummins in the precedent set In 1912 by
the senator himself and In recent ut
terances of PenatorKenyon.
tr'.ct was present on -'31 roll calls, absent
on twenty, snd every democrat In the
house wished that he had been absent
twice as many more. Representative Dan
Stephens of the Third leads the whole
delegation In the number of roll calls
marked "absent," the figures of the pair
clerks showing that the man from Fre
mont waa missing on 101 occasions, having
answered present on 181 occasions.
Congressman I x bock was present on 1ST
roll calls, absent on eighty-four. Judge
Klnkald of the Htxtn, a -worker for his
people, was present at 231 roll calls, ab
sent on forty. So that if you would add
the number of affirmative responses of
republican members together It would
make 752, as against 613 for the demo
crats, the "absences" would, however,
show a wide disparity, sixty-one for the
republican members from Nebraska, M
for the democrats.
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