Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - May 7, 1915, Wellsville, New York ' MAY 7, 1916; * my - ' Kews Exclusive Prest tnd the American Press a NEW 1 lUDAY MAY 7,1915. AUSTRO-OERMAIT DRIVE Fighting Between the Vistula and the LOSS HEAVY IN Reported to Have Lost Men in Attacks the Laet Two Weeks on French Battle But to Break trii Gives Up Hope of Averting War With offensive between the Vistula and Carpathians to have been a new Austrian offensive 1 developing through the and passes In the German general staff claims the of 40,000 prisoners In the fighting in West Russian official statement says fighting is progress between the Vistula and the but denies the made In Berlin of Important German Severe fighting la In near where Field Marshal von la in of the Vienna dispatch received In Roma gays that the proposed mission of Count to Rome has been It is believed In Rome Austria has given up all of averting war with French eye witness sayg the In tlie fighting nf the last two weeks at both ends of hne in have lost at least 35,000 half a dozen of best divisions have decimated and they have nowhere pierced thp French official communique admits tho bv the British of some trenches on Hill No. 60. but says that some of were retaken by a progress is announced wedge at St. Temps publishes Interview obtained by Gabriel one of with Colonel In which the correspondent quotes Wie as saying that if he had been president he would have protested with all Iris as president the violation of Belgium's only to do her the colonel Is quoted as preferred to shirk OF Say Relief Ship Was ed Within 23 of Dutch May 7.The British steamship under charter to the American Belgian relief which was by a German submarine in the sea early In waa torpedoed within 23 miles of the Dutch according to a report made to the British report asserts that the Harpalyce when attack flew the flag of the relief and that she had also large sheets bearing the name of the commission along her report says it has been proved that the Harpalyce was not within the war zone when she was sent to the Steamer Escaped May 7.The sugar laden from Cuba for Clydej into after escaping from a German A periscope was Wednesday off Fastnet at 11 o'clock In the morning and a few minutes later a missed the steamer by a few feet The skipper put on all steam ahead and ran away from the undersea soon gave up the The Is a BUFFUM the Trial Last About Ten Archibald M. of this when asked morning regard to proposed conduct of tiie second trial of Mrs. which will begin before Justice fu Buffala next Monday will confine tny attention to the relating to tlie death of Willis Anything concerning strictly by tho Mr. Laidlaw himself aa confident of the accused woman's anticipates much difficulty In curing an acceptable jury In Erie of timt county are all well acquainted with the case as are the people of said the expect the trial to about ten he depends largely upon the time taken up by the selection of a District Guy B. of County will examine while the of witnesses be conducted by that he did not know anything the whereabouts Ernest alleged DAMS UP BROKEN Associated 7.^Roi>orts reaching I from the while no of land a of the is Tho status of regarding a l attle western in and Austrian that n is broken down ami that the who army of been Hi a ' while a of to allies say these battle near further than serene of the inain OR Er BOM BS Bold Thief in Her Home With Unloaded Supply In Cold Jerv sey Ever Hai May 7.The Of reducing tbe cost of Is shown by the announcement of the state board of health that there were on April 1 16,223,115 pounds of meat in coid storage of New board holds that the European war Is responsible for this as it is the largest amount of fresh meat In cold storage in the history of the Industry In this Increase In the number ol in cold storage has also been but this Is held to be caused by the precocious activity of tihe hen excess over the normal amount in states held from Tit weeks to two until can be secured for shipment Thus the cold storage plants serve to take up the slack duo to the European board - of fhe opinion that quality of the fresh meat te not impaired in the slightest degree bv holding It in storage for this length of Associated ' May 7-^Au Athens thiU flew over which it is Associated 7.~The death storms and in today stood 21. Forty five arc 1)6 May 6. While tlie daughter of a known township was engaged in cleaning an her She paid attention to thinking that her father or one of the hired hai returned the later was obliged to go downstairs for something and much to her came across a in the dining engaged in lay at also a sack filled taken from other of the - with unusual presence of - stole and procured her father's throw This he with customary dispatch ermi poh the girl ordered lo before was in- e 1 later low over to the town He is very over his display of jh was alamed as the was SHORE Associated 7:-^wo men are ami a girl fatally injured in. a tragedy of love and at Jersey Shore early ' girl Wihen he in a rooming Poust both through tiie head him the Instant Associated has has given by graph the today of accepted tlw IM Shaw Heads Off a Wholesale Jail Delivery at May 6.>\Vhen Sheriff prisoners on the court floor of the county jail today he found twelve hack the leg off a bunk and which had week ago In a cell occupied by two The bars of the door leading ou into the had beea partially The two men cell are said to JaU in Toronto about They being held for grandi Jury on fi. of having stolen 1290 from ten days the sheriff found that df the looks May 7.---Ba8lng judg ment on the recent of the court of appeals in the recent Sunday Judge supreme a writ of habeas corpus in behalf of Morris who operated theater on Sunday tu test the of the authorities to stop As a result of decision most of the local proprietors will open their Way to May 7.-;-Becau3e Charles S. Miller of Del here and gave his the of his ana laines Sah marine nee of a marriage was refused days ago Miss Miller was father to come to her Reported z Associated - New 7.-Tiio steamship received its agents in an un thaf has torpedoed off the coast of of the the denial of the sailed Saturday and is due in I A from Kin 7.Cunandi would not admit this of a that the at a. nK off and had sunk ct ot having w of the sent a Jail and the after au the flye In aa Counsel Barm of Day's Showed That Barnea Had a and Personal In Printing Contracts When Hie Was Politically Barnes Must Explain Away Some interesting May 7.Patiently and persistently Colonel Roosevelt's in main effort to the jury Mr. Barnes waa a link between crooked politics and labored all day to piece together of relating to Mr. political power his Interest In profitable public M. In attempting to join scraps and of evidence so as to make an unbroken fabric of solid and convincing proof that political pull meant gain to very much In the position of one who tries to solve a picture puzzle constantly jog ging his elbow and spilling Mr. Ivina is considerable of a nnd more than once his unfailing alertness forced Mr. Bowers to retract his steps a weary Facts At the end of tlie certain extremely Interesting facts were gotten before the who were left to draw whatever they and it a matter of evidence had a ii terest In public printing contracts la years he was politically books of the Mr. newspaper re April 30. 1913, he received In 4iyi dends from the company a considerable part of which was derived from the Journal company's ability to get printing awards from public In the same period the stockholders received 765. of evidence that Mr. for some reason or other wili be left for him to explain when his time comes to paid bv James B. Lyon m covering the Oct. 1, 1899 and Sept. 30. 1901."., this James B. Lyon held state printing SHIH of Preparing For Japanese THE FAR Apy f With JAP Informed This Government Confidentially That 1t_iw No of Interfering with Political or Territorial integrity of China OP the May 7.~-The Japanese hag Informed the Chinese foreign office that Japan would be unable to accept the further offered by China and would an before 3 o'clock afternoon tSie 24 demands were accepted by China without by American STARTED IN CARMAN Attorney Fiercely Attacks Woman's what the described as In of the company came from the J. B. Lyon Got for Nowhere does it appear that the company state printing and the whole point personally paid the to Mr. Barnes because Lyon the Why he felt it necessary to pay the 120,000 at all Barnea yet acquired his 750 shares of stock B. Lyon two that Barnes received the lion's share ' of the profits In years that the Journal company was obtaining large which could but turned over other companies for a arid that J. B. Lyon found It agreeable or expedient to Barnes at the time Was earnestly to Governor Roosevelt to prevent the state from doing Its own were the outstanding features a day of bickerings between the of long arguments over tenuous of of full of printing company books and of the pertinacious effort of Mr. to get somewhere along blind L. 1., May 7.~Mrs. Carman experienced her damaging day in either of her two trials for the murder of Mrs. Lulu D. New testimony from Celia the former Carman that a negro conceded to be to her In presence of two swore thai Celia had told him two days after the murder hen incrimination against Mrs. Carman and he corroborated story of the proffered ' These were both witnesses of District Attorney but testimony was obtained which is thought to be fully as damaging to Mrs. of the defence's during and Smith wOnt after them Mrs. Ida sister of Mrs. arid chief witness of Mrs. she was up May 7.After having preserved an absolute silence for three months on the negotiations and at the moment when Japan Is. threatening to use force to compel China to accede to her the administration last night made the following announcement of its order that there may be no misunderstanding of the position of tho United States In reference to pending between Japan and the following announce ment Is l the beginning of negotiations the Japanese government of matters which were under and accompanied the information by the that Japan had no in tention of with the political independence or Should be Exercised All her rooni the fatal shot was in for a full share of and it to many that he reduced her story to an tho day the set smile which Mrs. has continually a continual of three Carman lawyers indicated agitation they M. was on his feet of the timo during the testimony and George at TO f ORD Not Hungry May 7.^FiVe young paroled from the Indiana were taken from the county Jail to the Ford motor plant and put work at 16 a day employment upon their arrival In Detroit on the contractor ho made the offer could not hire As their parole would bo violated by tiie men ot in all things not in the uso of but also In - Wiph Dr. New York Stato of Health and of at a here tonight who that Levy himself had opened the gates for the newr testimony by these Mrs. Carman Is fhe best witness the and she and Carman will be heard York Academy of exhibit the of and lifo recently prepared by the State Department of and saidl to be the 4lrst Its one of the chief - exhibit out that while the from the chiefly affect early age are the death rates from tiie of the aire and were placed to show the of living ife in order to prolonged vigorous adult ] from Storm In Louisiana and Mississippi May Go Over New May 7.Twenty-one and a list of Injured that may run to 100 was the toll taken by two Thursday the first In the of Acadia the second In vicinity loas of life In Louisiana totaled 15 and may run beyond this ja Mississippi sli lives are known to have been The property damage in Louisiana Is placed at for are not are down throughout homa fury of the was the and details ot the by winds are difficult to Suspect la of being the was arrested last night in tbe hallway ot 349 East where he Is said to have been crowd of boys five and that she proposed would having LIQUOR or with ' to which all rations are has ' no thought of of m treaty rights with It China to make any There is no Interests In the welfare i of China and Its sole interest present }s mt. J be concluded In a to both nations and thu of the agreement not tribute to prosperity of botti H these great Oriental tain that cordial to of the peace of the statement Is to mean that accepted at face value fU of of as to with to in State of May 7-rThe graph's Pekin yesterday's -kin today Is In a ol have been no as A MOdm ot residents of the city it The the Japanese to effect that China demanded for the restoration of at the final China merely hit views on May nit China has been May 7.^^-k)venHwr' will veto the Thompson unless it iB proven to lift that an alleged by former Senator W. W. of ia not tho the Rochester lA Armstrong of sentiment W before the ho called to a seemingly would granting of to by In Vera Cruz May 7.The cooks and waiters In all the hotels and rants in Vera Cruz gone m a stopping work at 6 o'clock last They demanded a large in Those persons Miao usually dine at hotels or restaurants compelled to go without their evening to by a | after bidder bad tmi wrt the governor thai a bus conditions Imposed would be ly to bus bus ndt only to go lie service and of ON May 6.^A Indians today resulted in of one and the serious wounding of 72years .is to have started during a quarrel over Ring Soott was and his of United weather bureau taken at 8 p. 4 Property H White N. board York A. the la ilii kind em tried tH vett on hia ro claimants fm MiJ '