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THE BEK: OMAHA, TTIT)AV, OCTOKKK 2y 1015.
Gtnnaa Officer Arretted in New
York Admit Conipirscy to Dis
able Ship, with Munition.
TWO OTHLB MEN IN CUSTODY ;
IN SERBIA NEAR
from Pafe One.)
NE WTOHK, Oct.
AranitnteTovac. vtlUn rfer guard were
rrpulocj south of Hlatlne.
IWman lories, pusnlng forward on both
slrte. of the Morava, captured the helghta
ouin of I .anka enl north of Prtrovac
jj Robert Troon whlrh crnsrod the river at Or-
aava (near the iioumanian . .
out the em my from the mountainous
Fay, lieutenant of the 8Uteenih
flavnnv tnfantrr. admitted today that ,,.,,, ..t nt Kldov
he came here last April, through an: -m nuigartnn. dv"1-w'nf
arrangement wltu the German secret N.i. ..a the m.d,e
. i i - r.oitn of Hajaeac.
service, for the purpose of blowing tlmmmlmnm tatla ta.aaoe.
up or delaying steamers nailing from pethouhap. Oct. 25.-via lonflon.)
thla country with arm and ammunl- euo for the Husslans are continuing
tton for the allies. , "'" l" """ . 7 -..-
Fay dwlared. however, that while he
had ten here he had acted iiid' ponurntly
rrf the Oerman embassy or other Ger
man agents h?re. He added that he had
told Captain von rape", military at
tache, and Captain K. Boy-ed. naval at
tache of the Oerman embaaey, of Ills
plana, but ald that both men told Mm
not to Interfere with atoamera sailing
from American porta or American am
Tar and hie brother-in-law, Walter L.
(knots, were arraigned at Weehawken
earlier In the day on otiargee of conspir
acy and were held without ball for an
txamlnatlon tomorrow. Fay and HrhoU
were arrested by New TTorfc and New
Jersey delectlvea near Grantwood. N. J.. OIT.HNPKT, Wyo., Oct K.-Bpeelal
late yeaterday while toe two men were Thf( murflr o a monkey la the charge on
ixperlm.nltng with eiploalvea. J whlcn (;Pnrge Thompaon la under arreat
Paul Daeche of Jeraey City, who wee rjilduonort. Neb., and on which an
arreated at hl home early today, also apmI,t (o tradlte Mm to Wyoming will
waa arraigned with Fay and Schols. He Thompaon la accuaed of having
wiillu the energetic effort being made
by the Uonnans in the vicinity or u.ga
have not atioceeded in shaking the poel
tlon of the Ruaslana.
The military authoritlea here regard the
Ituatlon around Uiga aa aatlafactory and
declare that the capture of Illoukst by
(he Herman haa not altered Condition
at Dvlnak, the polt"t of hl h city re
malna strong In aplte of a renewal of
the battle with furioiu energy In the Im
mediate vicinity to the north and eout.
Man Charged with
Murder of Monkey
waa eheraed with conspiracy and held
without ball. Detocllvee said, however,
that Daeclie had given them much valua
ble Information and they expected him to
e an Important wltneaa.
Dlda't Deetrag IMaats.
ray aeld that while aervlng In the field
with the German army he Invented a
4evlre for blowing up ship. Police an
nounced that Fay had made a complete
eonfeaalon of hi actlvitlea and later the
prisoner gave out a atatement to the
newspaper. In that he aaid:
"My only objective when I came to thi
country waa to Interfere with the enor-
kllled.l with deliberation, premeditation
and malice aforethought, one monkey
owned hy Frank Peterson, a railroad
pumpman employed near thl place. The
killing occured on Beptembey 17. from
which time until hie arreat at Bridgeport
Friday Thompaon waa aogght by the
Wyoming authorltlo. who .were aroued
by the cruelty of lit act.
' I'm going to kill a man and a mon
key." rteron quote Thompaon aa y
Ing when, a atranger, he appeared at the
pump houae of ehlch Peteraon hag
charge. He eotted Peteron'g monkey, a
intla and friendly little beaat, and
BULGARS FAIL TO
Strenuous Attempts to Pierce Line
at Velei and in Volandovo Sec
tor Are Defeated.
LOSSES OF THE ALLIES SLIGHT
LONDON, Oct. 2 5. PTench troops
rooted three division of Bulgarians
on Saturday on the front of Qradek-Volandovo-Rabrovo,
Serbia, according to a dispatch filed
at Salonlkl, October 24, to the Havas
News agency. The Bulgarian forces,
the dispatch adds, were decimated.
. . . . i Kvniif ana inciiui?
mou. Shipment oi eruu.r, .,..wn , )( to PtUnnn. fearing
to the allies. Knowing that any ordinary , pump hoflM
damage that may be done to a factory ...tll ,,,.- Thomnaon. after
may be repaired within a few hours, I de-1
elded It was uaeleaa to bother with am
munition plant. Intimation that t bad
been connected with vai loue expioelona lit
uch plants In the United States la wrong.
"I hold the diploma of an efficiency
engineer from an American correspond
ence school and am Interested In a plant
that 1 manufacturing; machinery.
"I waa aervlng with my regiment In
the Champagne district and. saw the tr
rlble havoc and loaa caused by the French
Kaalodlac Mlaee Vy Wireless.
"During my spare time I had Invented
a device to explode mines by doing away
with electrical wiring. In this way I
waa able to overcome the effect of damp
neaa or water en the wires. I applied to
the colonel of my regiment, and he de
cided to give me a chance. He put me
In touch with the secret service office,
and one of the agents arranged for my
paaeage to the I'nlted State. ,1 eame
her on the steamship Rotterdam, arriv
ing. I believe, oa AprU n last I hd no
trouble In retting Into the country." '
Fay said t.at he and Biholi had con
ducted a large number of experiments
with hi mine device along the Hudson
river, but declared that Iaeche waa In
no way Implicated. The man said that
although Fay did not appear to be 'a Ger
man name, Robert Fay was his correct
name, and that he waa listed under that
name In his regiment, Fay aaid he was
well supplied with money when he ar
rived here and therefore waa able to act
on hi own. responsibility.
searching for him for some time, finally
Lant Friday Peterson recognised a pas
senger on an eastbound train as the man
who had killed the monkey and notified
the sheriff. A telegraphic request to the
sheriff at Bridgeport resulted In the ar
rest of Thompaon, who. It Is stated, will
fight extradition on the ground that It la
no crime to kill a monkey. A supple
mentary charge of asaault on Peterson,
however, may result in his being brought
QRADEK. Serbia (Via Salonlkl),
Oct. 23. (Via Paris, Oct. 25.) The
double attempt Of the Bulgarians to
cut the railway at Valet and In the
Volandovo sector has been completely
defeated. YeMerday (Friday) the
attack on Veneles was given up and
the entire available Bulgarian
strength was directed southward
from Istlp, along the Oradeskar river,
spreading out over a five-mile front
and comprising the villages of Ra
brovo, Volandovo, Pljaud, Veszel,
Kalkova and Hodova, with Us objec
tive a short stretch where the rail-1 day.
way, running along the east bank of
the Vardar river between two bridges.
Is most pregnable at the Strutnltsa
The attack, although furious, Immedi
ately developed the Inferiority of the Bul
garians In contact with 'he experienced
troops of France and England. Heay
loasee are reported along the entire line.
The Bulgariana are withdrawing up the
Oradeskar valley, leaving the victorious
possession of the railroad from Knlonikl
to Negotln, beyond which point the line
I not threatened.
The FYench loase were alight. General
Bcrrall, the French commander-in-chief,
In a atatement to the Associated Presa,
characterised the Bulgarian reports of
their advances as fantastic. Nowhere, he
aaid. have they advanced beyond a fo-v
undefended points et no military value
close to the frontier.
An offensive movement by the allle
seems imminent The Greeks seem to be
profoundly Impreseed by the rapidity and
success of the French movement
tacking In three columns, when our
troops by a daring maneuver turned the
rtulgariana'. right flank, while the Berb
lounched aji energetic counter attack alt
along the front. At the end of the day
the Bulgarian bat a retreat in the
direction of Strumttaa. pursued by Ftench
troop and Perblan cavalry.
"Bulgarian operations againat Plrot
were frultlea. therefore they seem to In
tend to concentrate effort on Vranya,
and are trying attack In maaa on for
tification and position occupied by
the Pert at Vlarna.
The Bulgarian are stopped on the
Ttmok, whllat the Auetro-Oermans are
held up on the northwestern front on
the Pave and the Lianuhe. Military cir
cle here believe that the Austro-Oer-mans
will not resume the offensive In
the north until the Bulgarians, by gain
ing a definite success, are able to effect
la Junction with thm."
French Follow m victory.
SAI5S-1KI. Oct. l4.-(V)a Parle.) -French
troops operating1 against the Bul
gariana are following np their victory of
last Friday and are now threatening
Htrumltxa. Bulgaria, to which place the
Bulgarians retired In disorder. The
French sre now holding a line running
from Bsrakll to Rabrovo.
The Bulgarians suffered heavily In the
recent engagement from the fire of the
French three-Inch guns.
RETURNING TO WORK
SCHENECTADY, N. T., Oct. 25 With
the exception of members of the machln
Ista' union, virtually all the 13.000 em
ployee of the General Electric, company.
FRENCH MAKE GAIN
IN THE CHAMPAGNE
Parii Wax Office EeporU Capture,
of tn Important Position After
GERMAN LOSS SALT) TO BE HEAVY
PARIS, Oct 25. An Important
success by the French troops In the
Champagne district la announced by
the French war office thla afternoon.
In spite of a. fierce resistance,
French troops, following a prepara
tory artillery fire, occupied an Im
portant position, known aa La Court
Ine. The losses of the Oermans are
described an serious and the French
took 200 prisoners.
The text of the communication follow:
"In the Champagne district our troops
yesterday won an Important eucca.
The enemy occupied. In front of their
second position, a salient, strongly or
ganised, which had resisted all our
previous, attaca. In Its southwestern
part, on the northern slopes of Hill No.
at a point two kllomters to the
north of Mesnll Les Hurlua, thla salient
Included- a very important position called
'La Courtlne.' which we have captured
after heavy fighting. 'La Courtlne' ex
tended for a distance of 1,200 yards, with
an average depth of 150 yarda, and in-
tt'tin kavl han ,.n atrtklh tllPM WMkl for
an elht-hour day. returned to work to-: clu,ln or four 'lines of trenches
The machinist, between IWO and
3.000 In number, remained out In accord
ance with the vote In their union last i
night not to accept the agreement be
tween the company and the strikers'
grievance committee for a nine and a
half hour day at a wage Increase of 6
per cent for the present, with an addi
tional t per cent Increase and a nine
hour day a year from now.
Mlntetrr Ut Testimony.
The Rev. C. M. Knighton-, Havanna.
Flo,, writes: "For three months I suf.
fered Intense pain in kidneys and back,
which at times laid m up entirely. I
read of Foley Kidney Pills and after
trying various remedies without result
I decided to try the Foley treatment I
was relieved almost with the first dose
and It I a fact that I used only IMi
bottle when all of the pain diaap.
peered. I am H years of age and now
feel Ilk a young man again." Boll
every where. Advertisement
connected up with underground tunnels
and the customary communicating
trenches, all of which waa organised for
"In unite of the thoroughness of the
German defensive works and the feroc
ity shown by the German soldiers, our
men were successful after a vigorous
preparatory artillery fire, and as re
sult of violent fighting in taking posses
sion of this position at the end of the
day. The losses of the enemy were se
rious and they left In our hands 200
prisoners belonging to three different
"There has been no other action of im
portance on the remainder of the front."
Carpet Aaetloa Open.
NEW YORK, Oct . A carpet auc
tion of 100,000 balea and -oils of ruga and
carpetlngs opened today and will con
tinue during the week. The bidding was
nctlve and price were within S to 7S
per cent of the fall list Cotton good",
steady; yarns, firm; raw silk advanced
16 cents a pound.
Thotcipson-Belden & 0
Why a Redfern Corset?
We have often been asked why we put so mnch faith
in the Redfern Corset. These are our reasons;
The Redfern models
that we sell all win so many
The Designs each sfa-
eoti delineate go well tho
line of faahion.
In their texture are ko soft
Their Boning seems to
he the last word In flex
ibility. Clasps tapered away nt
the top give a freedom
around the dlaphram that Is Impossible with heavy c eel and yet
have the neceasary strength for adequate imp port below.
Fin&lly A Redfern corset once fitted always fits with a lux
iiriou aegtM of easy comfort.
So Why Not a Redfern Today?
We eaa build the elggest
trnak te order, or handle the
smallest repair work, beoaoae
w Uk small repair job. Aal
we U alt kins of rood
trnak, grlo and salt os at
Freling & Sfeinle
nKixi-i BUST BACKIAQE
1803 Farnam St.
French and Herbs Wis Victory.
PAIII8, Oct 26. French troops gained
a brilliant aucceas by effecting a luna
tion with the Serbs at Krlvolak, says a
dispatch to Che Petit Paiislen from
Th dispatch, dated Baturday, saye:
'Bulgarian troops In force were at-
II oc tors Office, Are Robbed.
PIERRE, 8. D., Oct. 26. (Special Tele
gram.) Dope thieves entered the offices
of Drs. Rlggs and Gearhart, and the
dental rooms of Drs. Tweedle and Ison
berg some time between Saturday night
and Monday morning and carried off all
the cocaine and morphine they could find,
securing but limited amounts at either
place, aa only a small stock la carried.
proves it 25c at all druggists.
SMALL BOY INSTANTLY .
KILLED BY BROTHER
MARTIN, 8. D.. Oct. K.-(Bpeclal.)-The
4-year-old son of William filers, a ranoher
living near LaCreek, was ahot and In
stantly killed by an older brother while
they were Playing with a shotgun. The
father and mother had driven their chil
dren In Wagon to the Holy Rosary
mission, on Ihe Mil Ridge reservation
near here, and left the children tit the
agon ,hll they chatted with tho at
the mission. In the wagon was a shot-
u n which the father through an over
sight had left loaded. The carge entered
th skull of the little boy from th back
and the range was so short that half his
head waa torn away.
WABHINOTON. Oct. (Special Tele
gram.) Nebraska pension granted: Mar
garet osoy, omnna. ill
MADTBON, Nob., Oct . (Special)
Anton Nelson, died Suddenly at hi home
In Wtit Madison, early Paturd&y morn
ing with paralysis. He waa born In Rwo
den. September 18. 1K71. and emigrated to
this country la 1W, aettllng at Leigh,
Neb. He came to Madison two year ago
and engaged In th meat business. On
Jun tl. im he was married to Tekla
Nelson, at Leigh.
He la survived by his wife and nine
children, Anna, Oladys.. Agnes, Terry.
Clareno, Harold, Ixralne. Pauline and
baby Roy only atx months old; also hy
three brothers and six sisters, Mr. Oeo.
O. Orubb, Mrs. C. C. Hardy and Axul
Joel and Nela Nelson, of Columbus, Nee.,
Mr. J. A. Klbler and Mra J. 11. Moeller,
Leigh, Neb.. Mr. C. C. Ruth. f Hhlck
ley. Neb., and Mrs. Henry Knudaon of
Newman Grove, Nob, Funeral aervlces
wer held from th horn at 10 o'clock
yesterday. Ur- K- Farmer of th Pre- i
byteraln church, officiating, and Inter
ment waa In the Columbus cemetery
by the side of his father and mother. Mr.
Nelson had recently purchased and just
moved Into his beatlful home In West
Mrs. Mary A. Brraat.
TABLE ROCK. Neb.. Oct Ei. -(Special.)
Mrs. Mary A. Bryant, wife of J. W,
Bryant of Tabl Rock, died at her home
at t clock Saturday night after an "III.
naa or many month of cancer and
dropsy, aged IS years. Mrs. Bryant was
born In January, 1843, D Indiana, and
waa married te her husband March IT.
uao. ana moved to low six years later,
ana te Nebraska In 1K76. Funeral aerv.
. toes were held at th Methodist Episcopal
cnurcn today, she Is survived by her
agwa husband, two sons, Justin and Wll
Ham, and two daughter. Mra. J. A. Ro-
den and Mrs. L. L. DeHart. all of this
Mra. Joaaaaa Waal.
MADISON. Neb.. Oct. . (Spaclal.)-
Mra. Johanna Wahl died at her horn, la
North Madison early thla morning of old
age ana general complications. Johanna
Conrad waa born In Uermany ISM, coming
to America la ltsM. In lk ahe was mar
ried at Cross I'laina. WU. Ehe and her
husband came to Madison la ItM. where
she ha since resldd. Blie Is survived by
two eons, John and Jacob Wahl. and two
daughUra, Barbara and Francla Wahl.
ail r whom are at home. Funeral aer
vice will b held at I o'clock Wednesday
vornlng at Et. Leonard s church.
II. II. Ratfcasell.
PIERRE. 8. D., O. t. K. (8pclal Tete
f ram.) H. H. P.athmell, one of the first
eltlera to locat la thi city,- coming
Sere la lata, died at his home her last
bight following a lingering Ulnea from
poetmaster at Alaska, Walworth count
Kouth Uakota, vie J. I), elhanaenbac
The comptroller of the curency haa ap
proved the application of the following
persons to orxanlsx the First National
ank of uood win, . l. capital, i.uuu:
I". Anthony, j. A. Tnronaon, cam net
Lewleon, Joseph Itebel, H. E. Rohweder
nd Y V. Anthony: (succeeds the SUate
lank of Ooudln.
Applications to convert approved: The
Scandinavian Hunk of Vlborg, A. D., to
the First National Hank of vlborg, cap
ut jiooiii; the cent Pi I htate nam or
Hsytl H, IV, to th rist National bank
of Haytl, capital. fK.OuO.
(Imlcrt ha been appointed
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