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BUM IS
CONSTANTINOPLE, November
2. (By Associated Press Cable)
Naziru Pasha, commander-in-chief
of tho Turkish army In Thraco,
reported last night that tho army
has recaptured tho city of Bunar
Hlssar. Also that ho had defeat-
cd tho Bulgarian army In tho vl.
clnlty of Visa.
HB
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
VIENNA, Austria, November 1.
(8pvelnl to Tho Advertiser) Details of
the grent battle In Thrnco arc given by
tho Hclchspost's correspondent nt the
front. Tho Bulgarian start clinso tho
neighborhood of Lulcburgns, the center
of gravity. Therefore, nil their
avnilablo strength near Ailrinnoplo ns
well as the greater part of tho forces
were concentrated there.
This shifting of the center of gravity
to the right of the field was caused by
n displacement which had occurred in
tho Turkish army. Tho Turkish front
originally directed nQrtli was turned to
cover the lino of retreat over lslcrnn
din and Tchatnlga.
By this chango of front tho Bulgarian
plan to rut ofT tho Turkish army wore
checked, but ns tho Turkish troops
mndo tho attack before tho army wns
properly grouped tho Bulgarians had nn
oppoittinity to defent tho Turkish left
wing completely in the plnins 'of
Tho Ncuo Froie Presso correspondent
at the Bulgarian headquarters thus explains
the defeat:
Christian Troops Desort.
"Besides the bad supply of nnns and
tho dissatisfaction among tho ofllccrs
on account of political tenets, two measures
of the Younir Turk reijimo were
Tcsponsiblo for the demoralization of
tho Turkish nrmy. rrom childhood tho
Christians linve been tho sworn foes
of the Ottoman States, and theso troops
from the very beginning of tho war
proved unreliable, going over to tho
enemy's ramp in masses.
"Tho second mensuro was tho dismissal
of old Turkish ofTlcers, who, al-though
not highly intelligent, yet maintained
tho contnet between tho officers'
corps nnd tho soldiers, nnd were sacrificed
by tho Young Turks and replaced
by Young Turk officers.
"Recently Turkey realized her error
and ordered" the rccnll of theso officers,
but it was already too late."
Battle Ship Is Sunk.
(Tlr Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, November
1. (Special to Tho Advcrtisor)
The sinking of tho Turkish battleship
Fethbulcnd by a Greek torpedo boat
today in the Gulf of Salonlcn is confirmed,
in, a dispatch received in Constantinople
from Salonica,
The commnndcr of tho Fethbulcnd
telegraphs that nearly nil tho crow of
tho narsl.ip woro saved. Ho reports
that the Oieck torpedo boat entered the
liarlor unexpectedly nt midnight nnd
launched two torpedoes at tho stern of
the Turkish vessel, which began to Bink
immediately. ,
Tho commander, threo engineers and
four bluejackets wero thrown into the
wnter and rcscueil by fishing boats. Tlio
boilers of tho Fethbulcnd oxplodcd ns
eho sank.
No Armistice for Allies.
(By Federnl Wircleu Telegraph.)
VIENNA, Austria, November 1.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) It is understood
that the Bulgarian nrmy, in
following up its success, will advance
on Constantinople. The Balkan allies
will not accept nn armistice, buf are
willing to negotiate peace directly with
Turkey.
Will Accept Mediation.
(Bv Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
PARIS, November 1. (Special to
The Advertiser) The Matin publishes
nn interesting interview with Nornd
Ungu KtTendi, tho Turkish foreign minister,
who is quoted ns saying:
"Turkey cannot lay down her arms
until sho'is victorious. However, it
Europe presents nn offer of mediation
wo are ready, ns in the past, to follow
tho advice o'f Europe."
Closing on Constantinople.
LONDON. November 1. (By Asso
ciated Press Cable) Iho Turks hnve
been utterly routed by their numerically
inferior foes, tlio Balkan allies, whoso
advance nrmy is now only thirty-five
miles from Constantinople.
ft is doubted if tho disorganized nnd
demoralized army will mako a further
stand. According to reports, tho Turks
nro broken into jmnny sepnrato fragments
of tho once powerful nrmy.
It in reported tbnt Nnzim Pasha,
Turkish minister of wnr and one of the
most conspicuous lender of the Turkish
military plnns, has been captured
by the Allies Tho report has not been
confirmed.
Athens Xs Joyful.
ATHENS. Greece. November 1. (By
Associated Press Cnble) Wild with enthusiasm,
Athens heard today that a
Grecian tornrdo boat sunk tho Turkish
battleship Fethbulcnd in tho Gulf of
Salonica, last nl"ht.
Fear Massacre.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, No
vember 1. (By Associated Press Cable)
Christians in tho Turkish provinces
fear that there will be n terrible
pillage and mnssacro by the retreating
troops. It is estimnted tint the defeated
nrmv mimler 200,000, No
of the Turkish losses can bo se
cured.
,.,
(Bjr Federal Wireless Telegrsph.)
WASHINGTON, November 1. (Special
to The Advertiser) Consolidation
of tho quartermaster, pay and commissary
departments of tho army into tho
now quartormabter corps, as authorized
by congress during Us last session, is
to materialize.
An elaborate plun of organization has
been worked out by Maj.-Gen. James
B. Aleshlrc, who, us qunrtcrmubtor general,
will head tho consolidated department.
Henry 8. Shnrpe,
commlsunry general, mid llrig. Gin.
Geort'i; it. Smith, now quurtormustor
general, nro to lo bis uitautr
Acapulco Almost Destroyed, But
Cruisers Maryland, Cleveland Safe
(lly Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
8AN JUAN DHL HUH, Nicaragua, November 1. (Spotinl to Tlio
Advertiser) The sempoit of Aenpulco, on iho 1'neille iJoitut at Xfoxlcn,
wns virtually destroyed by n sovoro hurricane on Wodmisdny tight, according
to wireless dlspntrho recolvcd hero.
of tho town was shattered and' tho American consulato
wns unroofed, tlio consular records being damaged. No lives wero lost,
but a number of natives wero injured.
Several small craft In tbo harbor wero wrecked, but tho United
Htntcs cruder Mnrylnnd, which wns lying nt anchor tlioro, wns not Injured.
The United 8tntcs cruiser Cleveland, wliich was cruising in tho
vicinity, did not suffer.
Telegraph communication with Acnpnlco is interrupted.
Mnny economics nro expected to follow
consolidation and a gradual reduc
tion of employes is anticipated.
ly consented to a military escort from
tlio church to tho cemetery.
President Tnft, the justices of the Supreme
Court of the United Stntos, senators,
representatives and others will
arrive in tho morning to attend the funeral.
..
i"Tlv Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
NEW YORK, November 1. (Special
to The Advertiser) " Wo huvo already
won, whatever is the result of tlio bal
Squnro Garden, Woodrow Wilson left
this morning for Rochester, Now York.
BERLIN, Germany, November 1.
(By Associated Press Cablo) Tho big
balloon Duiseldorf II., wliich took part
in the international rare, is missing. It
carried two noted Amoricnn balloonists,
John WnttB and Arthur Athcrhold. It
is believed that tho balloon drifted over
Tho Mntsonin the Baltic Sea and that all have per-
ished.
GEN. HOMER LEA DEAD.
LOS ANGELES, November 1. (By
Associated Press Cablo) Gen. Homer
Lea, soldier of fortune and prominent
in tho Mndoro revolution in Mexico
nnd later in tho Chinese revolution, died
here today. Ho had been ill for some
time. , '
DISTRICT ATTORNEY ISV
THREATENED WITH DEATH
NEW YORK, November 1. (By
Press Cablo) District Attorney
Whitman has been notified of a plot
of gangsters and gunmen to assassinate
him, owing to his activities in convicting
Police Lieutenant Becker and exposing
tho nllianco between tho polico and
tho gamblers.
..-.
CADET TEAM WINS.
ANNAPOLIS, Maryland, November
1. (By Associated Press Cablo) Tho
nnvy football team today defeated
Western Heservo Univorsity, 7 to 0.
H
(Br Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
LONDON, England, Novembor 3
(Sunday). (Special to The Advertiser)
The fall of Constantinople is
Imminent. Tho rout of tho Turks is
reported general and complete.
Lato dispatches last night told that
tho Bulgarians had crossed tho first
lino of intrenchments across tho
loting next Tuesday. Tho Progressive i toldj ; that tho Sultan and his body-
imiij una ucuii iuuuuuu mm pui. uu u guara, with the doposod Abdul Hamiu,
lasting basis." have fled over tha Bosphorus into Asia
This is the statement hero of Col. I
Thcodoro Roosevelt, who attended tho
Progressive rally at Madison Square
Garden tonight, ut which Oscar Straus,
Progressive candidnto for Governor of
Now York, was tho principal speaker.
"The old boss-controlled Topudiatod
organization," continued Colonel
"is a thing of tho past. Tho
dream of tho peoplo for social justice
nnd the return of government into their
own nanus lias been tormulntcil into a
party program nnd an organization
which will carry on the fight until it
is won."
--
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
NEW YORK, November 1. (Special
to The Advertiser) Greatly pleased at
tho reception accorded him nt Madison
Minor, wiulo Stamboul is practically In
the hands of drunken Mussulmon and
deserters from the army, who are looting
houses and committing the most
barbarous outrages.
ADEIANOPLE CAPTURED.
A telegram from Vienna, Austria, announced
tho fall of Adrlanoplo, with
the entire Turkish garrison of 40,000.
Fighting Is taking place in tho suburbs
of the capital of Turkey, according
to a dispatch from Belgrade, Servio.
CHRISTIANS FEAR MASSACRE
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
LONDON, November 2. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) Constantinople is ter
rorized at its peril, and order is pro-served
today-only by martial law. .Determined
to prevent, if possible, a general
massacre of tho Christians and for
eign population, the Turkish authorities
have bodies of patrolling tho
W ..U.u 1VU.l.a W. trops UM..W...MK
-. ..;.. . ' -.. . ..
governor Wilson conressci tnnt lor tno 8treets and jj, dlsturbers are
iJIBl wiuu iu ins itiu uu was JTUIWUU lllSt ,
PTTTPAfin 1 Bniirtlnl rt
nf aIv 4-a 41 a4
night. Tho sixty-two minutes of cheer- Mor tnan 25 000 WOUnded Turks are
lug so affected him that ho forgot his ln tho capUal or mueoy. latest ad-prepared
speech and delivered unothor vlceg indicate u, tne Bulgers and
0" ' Oftrrio rrtr. nA Mnafnrv In ritl
"Tho demonstration impressed mo,", Mona8tir and cooped up tte
said Governor Ullson, "because I real- dty 3 removed from the DOSslbiUty
ire it was tor tne cause and not for tho of succor the Turkish forco soon is
HllllMUmil," , llVnlw In h wlnfvl nut. nr rnntllrl.
DEAD NUMBER 76,000.
Tl. vvi; ;' (y fJal Wireless Teleir.pt..)
the department of commerce and labor, I ,UAPST' .,?," toS,
in n speech hero last night night, P A,VelMI?P10 iatU
clarcd that tho record of tho Taft ad-' outsld Constantinople ac-ministration
was the chief argument for Sor'JlnB "f8 J' ""'
it. mntlnnnnee. lwoeiinn i. !. i. I Budapest, is thirty miles in length.
naUn Pi & K&? ffiPrS
"If Governor Wilson should bo elect-!""?"-"" ZJ2! Z1Z
Constantinople itself is expected here
od President, backed by a. Democratic ,
congress, protection would to abolished r,i:;"v
Atnuli accurate Information i.
and manufacturers and wage, in the .
country would go down together," he Iac.klnB;' iL1b,e,Ueved ? ?'"??
assorted. ,8ate r 75.000 Uvea were lost in the
, t , i past ton days of fighting. The Turk
, !Jr Fri.r.1 Wirei,,, Telerr.ph.) w" office continued to issue hope,
NEW YORK, November 1. (Snecial M bulletins today.
to Tho Advertiser) Noon today wit-1 Artillery Outplayed.
liesscd tho cIohIiiie of tho Hotel Metro-1 BERLIN, Germany, November 2.
polo, from which Herman Rosenthal, tho, (Hy Associated Press Coble) A mill-
gainnicr, steppea to lie shot to death ary auucuo reports mat tne ueuavior
last duly. Georco t'ousldlne. who had of the Turkish regulars duriug the bat-
been running the house in the interests , tics hns been admirable, but tlmt tho
of his creditors, said tho closing is reservists wero tumble to face tho
rectly duo to tbo murder. crushlngly superior nrtUlory of the Bui-
"Too much notoriety," ho ileelHrcd.gurium.
iiiiBiLiipiiiiwroifliwiy
II1WAIIN (IASSRTTK. TUESDAY. NOVEMIIER 5, WEEKLY.
ii ,1 i i i .i ii ."!!?!' ' " "'"' "'" mnmiii in ni iii
The organization or tlio general quar
termaster department in Washington
will bo duplicated in Manila nnd each
of tho great army divisions in tho Uni
ted States nml Hawaii, cncli division
being complete in itself, but subject to
the general quartermaster of the central
office in this city.
(lly Federal Wlreleaa TelegTsph.)
NORTH BEND, Oregon, November
1. (Special to The Advertiser) Tho
gasoline launch Osprey foundered oft
Cons Bav bar this mornliiir. tho crow
of thrco nnd two passengers boing jmnining
drowned. Tlio ucnil arc:
Gus .Tohiihon, cnptnln of tbo Osproy.
Chester Johnson, engineer.
Joe Poitsch, deckhand,
(.'apt. II. Johnson, formor master of
tho steamer Berwick of San Francisco,
California, who wns a pasioiigcr, and
Ed Hardy, nn Indian, nlso n passenger.
Tho Osprey tried to mako tho bar in
the dnrkiiess of tho early morning nnd
in the teeth of a terrific gale. Sho
dashed sever;
to avoid tho
"has driven nwny patronage."
-
(lly Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
HAVANA, Cuba, November 1.
to The Advertiser) The gcncrnl
election on which tho fate of Cuban
independence Is believed to depend
opened nuspiciously today Tho voting
began nt six o'clock and continued until
sundown. Mnny voters nwaltlng
the opening of tho polls to cast their
ballots were compelled to dispcrso by
tho police and troops.
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
SAN FRANCISCO, November 1.
(Special to Tho Advcrtisor) Tho remaining
indictments against Louis
GlnsB, vico president of tho Pacific
Telegraph Company, woro dismissed by
Superior Judgo Lawlor today. Tho indictments
wero seven in number and
arc of tho "graft prosecutions."
..f.,
(njr Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, November I. (Spe
cial to Tho Advertiser) Major Charles
P. Larrnbee, former assistant commis
si times in n straight linujsioncr of Indian affairs, died today in a
shallow waters, but tho sanitarium in Washington, of heart
wind and waves finally jammed her.
against the jetty, overturning uer.
(l)v Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
SAN FRANCISCO, November 1.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Tlio Mat-yon
Navigation Company announced to-clay
that tho big steamship for which
tiio contract was let recently will bo
named and that tlio other
liner, contracted for n Tow days ago,
will be named the Mnnon.
Each vessel is bcinc built in New-
Jiuil iicnn, virium.
will be of 1-1,000 tons displacement,
with accommodations for "50 first-cabin
passengers. Tlio vessel will bo
501 feet long. Tho displacement of
the Mnnoa will be tbo snmo ns tho
Mntsonia, but it will bo only 430 feet
long and will hnvo accommodations for
only about ninety first-class passengers.
Tho Mntsonia will be finished in
about n year, and tho Mnnoa will bo
delivered to tho Matson Company about
n month after tho first ship is
.-.
(Tlv Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
UTICA, New York, November 1.
(Special to The Advertiser) With 2000
representative citizens of Utlca marching
nhcad of the hearse, despite o heavy
rain, a flower-covered casket contnining
tho body of tho later James Schoolcraft
Sherman, Vico President of tho United
Stntes, wns taken from tho Sherman
homo in Utica today to tho rotunda of
the county court house, where it now
lies in state.
The funeral is to bo hold tomorrow
from the First Prcsbytoriau Church.
Tho Sherman family today reluctant
trouble nnd hnrdening of tho nrteries.
AMERICAN BALL00NISTS
BELIEVED TO BE DEAD
(tie redersl tVtreleat Tlegrt.)
ATHKNH, (ireeer, November I
to The Admtuer)
Votlils, eotnmamlftr of tho torpedo
I wit that sunk the TurUb
rethbulond In gnlohiM ha tent the
following rejmrt of the incident to tlio
tl reck govotninenli
"The forts of Knsnbuu were Hashing
tholr searchlight unceasingly between
tho estuary of Knravnfa mid tho muutu
of the Vnrder river, but I passed them
Hftfely in making full ttoum for da
lunlcn. I arrived nt ten o'clock iu tho
evening. I discovered n Turkish cruuer
at' tho left cxtromlt) of a pier; at tho
right extremity there wore other vessels,
including a ltuselnn warship.
"I maneuvered cautiously, escaped
detection, and launched a torpedo at a
distanco of 1C0 meters from tho starboard
sido of my vessel. Then,
slightly to tho lft. I launched an
other from the port side. Then 1
steamed nwny at full speed to n safe
distance nnd, again turning, I discharged
a third torpedo 'at tho bicakwntcr.
"Then such an explosion w.ts heard
that wo thought a cannon had been fired
on board. After the first explosion we
noticed lights moving about on the
cruiser and heard whistles blowing.
Tho officers' quarters were lighted up
by an1 explosion which occurred at t.ie
right funnel. Dense volumes of smoke
poured from tho funnel and tho vessel
lurchod forward by tho bow.
"1 then departed nt full speed, passing
in front of Karabun, which certainly
had been apprised of the event from
Salonica fs tho fortress blazed nil of
its searchlights.
"As wo passed, I carried out n
previously mndo my gunners nnd
fired a shot nt the fortress tiom a rano
of 2500 meters."
Greek Army Fled. ,
(By Federal Wireless TelegTaph.)
VIENNA, Austrin, November 2.
(Special to The Advertiser) According
to threo dispatches received tonight in
Vienna from Turkish sources, the Greek
mnin nrmy 1ms sustained serious reverses
in a serious engagement in the
Vnllcy of tlio Vnrder.
lvho Crown Priuco was in personal
command and dcopiy chagrined
when tho Greek infantry bvnko and fled
from tho Turks.
I
(Bv Federnl Wireless Telecrnph.)
HAVANA, Cuba, November 2. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) Great
exists hero over tho political situation.
The result of tho votinc yester
day was to elect General Mario Menocal
to tho presidency, in succession to President
Gomez. The Liberal candidate,
Gen. Ernesto Asbert, was decisively
beaten. Tho followers of Asbert are
now proclaiming that tho election wns
unfair and that they will not abide by
the results, it is reared that in the
city and surrounding country there will
bo a serious clash between the two factions.
Troops Axe Beady.
(By Federal Wireless
FORTRESS MONROE. Vircinin. No
vember 2. (Special to The Advertiser)
The army general staff haB ordered
four transports in reserve in Fortress
Mouroe to bo prepnrcd within four days
for instant readiness to carry 2800
troops to Cuba, should any disorder
ariso there over tho insular election demanding
intervention.
Tho transports nre calculated to
threo regiments, and it is bclioved
the soldiers could bo landed in Cuba
within nine days after an order for
their dispatch.
Tho three regiments already designated,
and forming part of the so-called
"Expeditionary Force" of G000 men,,
arc all in the Eastern division and
mostly in tho department of the Gulf.
Tlicy nlso have received preparatory
orders nnd the men are packed up and
"sleeping on their arms."
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
SAN FRANCISCO. November 2.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Formor
.iiistico ol tno supremo court ot Hawaii,
A. A. Wilder, is visiting San Frnn
cisco. Biscusslnrr tho political situa
tion today, Judge Wider said that from
interviews with numerous woll informed
persons and a careful study of conditions
politically all over tho country as
indicated by tho non-partisan newspaper,
ho feels convinced that Woodrow
Wilson's election is a certainty.
Governor Wilson, in his opinion, will
sweep the country. Thousands of Re
publicans hero in Cnlifornm will voto
for Wilson next Tucsdny, ho said, as
thoy resent tho action of tho Bull
Moosers in disfranchising the regular
Republicans. Mnny of tho leading Republican
newspapers -in California, in
cluding tho ban Jbrancisco Call and tho
Chronicle, hnvo come out for Wilson,
and Judgo Wilder is convinced that
nothing will prevent Now Jersey's executive
not alono enrryinc California,
but most of tho important States in the
Union.
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(By Federal WlreVsi Telegraph.)
' LONDON, November 2. (Special to
The Advertiser) Active negotiations
nro progressing in Londor with n view
of bringing the Balkan Mountain States
wnr to nn end.
Tho British foreign office, usually
one of tho quietest places in London
on uaturuay, was an bustle tnis afternoon.
Sir Edward Groy, tho secretary
for foreign affairs, who, contrary to
custom, is romnining iu town over the
week-end, received tho Russian, the
Austrian, tho Turkish and thu Itu'ian
ambassadors and tho Bulgarian minister.
'...
NEW YORK, November 3. (By As-
sociated Press Cablo) At a conference
of tho members of the Republican national
commlttco yesterday it was decided
not to attempt to fill tbo place on
the national ticket made vacant by tho
death of Vico President Sherman, but
to wait until after the olectlon.
CHIY0 REPORTS "ALL
WELL" WITH HER
(By Federal Wireless Telerrsnh.)
SAN FRANCISCO, November 2.
(Special to The Advertiser) Radiograms
from the Japanese steamship
C'biyo Mnru, nenrint; port from the
Orient via Honolulu, received today in
Ban Frnncisco, indicated "All well."
Tho Chiyo is due in tho harbor Monday
morning.
.
(B Federal Wlreleaa T'tTrsnh.)
ROCHESTER, New York. November
2. (Special to Tho Advertiser)
Gov. Woodrow Wilson of New Jersey.
.4
senate nt "a cilndel for prtvt neat oitlttnt ptrient, the body of Jme)
intemt", .ie mr n the ,eoili iimi h i 'ehooleinlt Hticrnuw, Vice rrni'lttrl ot
had HMmtlon of that Ixxly fnr rn the United States, whs burled In I'tierk
era t lou. today.
The linker mid confusion and in Thorn was tio display, the terriers
ctssniit enntest wtiuhl result during being of the simplest order. I'rrsident
the not four years with n postpone nft a otter to furnish n gunrd or rrgu
inent of legislation unless both houses 'nf soldiers to escort tho boil) to tho
of Iho congress as well ns the prosi 'grave wns refused by the members of
dency wore " Democratic through nml the dend statesman's family,
through. " Tho President and other prominent
lloldln thnt the two chief issues ol ' government oflieinls nrrhed in Utlca at
the campaign wero the Urilt nud the i ?no o'clock. President Tnft nnd mem
trusts, ho reiterated that without ills
turbiug the healthy future of United
Slates business, he proposed to "have
Bjicclnl favors cut o'.t of the tariff.' '
Ho announced that ho Intended to
fight for the rest of his life to destroy
private monopoly,
SOFIA, Bulgaria, November 2.
(Special to Tho Advertiser)
Czar Ferdinand hns wired tho com-
of tho Bulgarian
army on tho
gas lino as followBi
"I congratulate you and your
men of all ranks on tho glorious
victory gained over the enemy, and
express to you all tno gratitude
from the bottom of my heart. May
tho Almighty grant you further "
nnd more glorious victories. My
thoughts .are over with you, my
valiant champions."
WATERS-PIERCE BEATS
THE STANDARD OCTOPUS
NEW YORK, Novembor 2. (By Associated
Press Cable) Compromising
after a long nnd bitter fight, tho Standard
Oil Company hns sold its holdings
in tho Company to Henry
Clay Pierce, ending tho litigation.
TRANSPORT SHERMAN
WILL SAIL ON TUESDAY
(Tly KeiWnt Wireless Telegraph.)
SAN FRANCISCO, November 2
(Special to Tho Advcrtisor) Tho
United States transport Sherman is
taking on government supplies in preparation
for sailing for Manila next
Tuesday.
Tho troopship will tako out a largo
number of recruits ns woll ns a number
of first-class passengers, including
ouiccrs and their families.
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ARCHBISHOP FARLEY
ON PACIFIC COAST
SAN FRANCISCO, Novembor 3.
(By Associated Press Cable) Archbishop
Farley arrived on tho Coast yesterday.
Ho was given n. warm welcomo
by tho Roman Catholics of this city.
CHINA LEFT SOME
PASSENGERS BEHIND
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
SAN FRANCISCO, November 2.
(Special to Tlio Advertiser) The de
mand for passage on the Pacific Mail
Steamship Company -s steamer China.
which sailed for tho Far East via Hd
nolulu at one o'cIock this afternoon,
exceeded tho accommodations of tho
vessel, and more than thirty persons
had to content themselves with tho
waiting list.
Tho China took 142 first-cabin pas
sengers, in tho second cabin
nnd 100 Asiatics. Among tho prominent
passengers was Capt. C. C. Baldwin,
aviator, who is taking ono of his
aeroplanes with him to tho Orient.
4-
(Bjr Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
OYSTER BAY, Now York,
2. (Spccinl to 'fho Advertiser)
Pnlnilftl TheOdnrn Ttnnanvnlt iammil n
Square Garden."
"In view of Mr. Wilson's insistence
upon tho importance of tho trust problem,"
said Colonel Roosevelt, "1 ex.
pect all attention is turned to Mr. Wilson's
record on tho trust question ns
Governor of Now Jersey nnd on bis
previous attitude.
"Tho Supremo Court of tho United
States has solemnly declared that tho
Standard Oil Company nnd tho Tobacco
Company hnve been guilty of fraudulent
and unlawful conduct, which tho
New Jersey statute declares to be n
misdemeanor," says Colonel Roosevelt.
' ' Mr. Wilson now wiys that ho wishes
to proceed against tbo directors and
managers of theso trusts individually.
For twenty-two months ho had, as Gov
ernor of Now Jersey, amnio opportun
ity for theso proceedings against them,
but ho hns nover l.ltea ms nana to
take it."
H-
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
ST. LOUIS, Missouri, November 2.
(Special to The Advertiser) Fire,
wliich started in the fashjonablo Berlin
Hotel hero today, burned to death W.
C. Douglass, a wealthy merchant, nnd
seriously Injured other
persons, and totally destroyed the hos
telry, causing damage to tno extent oi
a quarter of a million dollars.
Thrco firemen, injured during the
progress of the fire, nro not expected
to live.
-
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
NORFOLK, Virginia, November 2.
(Special to Tho Advortiser) As a
of an explosion today in the boiler-room
of tho battleship Vermont, six
persons woro scalded, two probably
fntnllv. Tho iniured aro:
It. M. Wagner, J. W. Newberry, M.
T. Green, firemen; M. O. Haran, O. A.
Hotling and II. W. Cramer, coal-passers.
Wagner ana jinrun are tuo mosi
severely hurt.
T
(Br Federal Wireless TelegTaph.)
MONTREAL, Quebec, Novembor 2.
fRiiecinl to Tho Advertiser) Sixteen
men, women and children perished in
Lake St. Louts at Isle Perot, ten miles
west of Montreal, when the Cecelio, a
little vessel plying between Montreal
nnd Valleyficld, sank cany touay in a
terrific storm.
' Four passengers, nil men, were saved.
fB Federal Wirtleas Telegranh.)
UTICA, Now York, November 2.
ffineclal to The Advertiser) With
l'rosldcnt William Howard Tnft,
in hits speech in Rochester Friday , bors of his cabinet, senators,
night, directed an attack on the Unite,! ient&tlve, diplomats nna omer prorav
I'crs of tho Hhcruinu family who woro
present went nt onco to the Sherman
house, where he sympathized with Mrs.
Sherman iu her bereavement.
Private prayer, nt which only President
Taft nnd members of the Shcrmnn
family wero present, wns offered bcsldo
the collin by Rv. Louis Holdcn. Tho
coffin was removed from the homo to
the First Presbyterian Church, where
the public services wero held. Tho
Rev. Dr. Holdcn ngaln officiated hero,
assisted by Dr. Dana Bigclow, with tho
jiuv. in. airyKcr delivering tlio oration.
The music was furnished by n
double quartet nnd the choir from
Christ Church.
Fiom tho church tho cortege proceeded
to Forest Mill Cemetery, where tho
body was placed in the crypt of tho
Babcock mausoleum. Mrs. Babcock was
Mr. Shermnn's mother-in-law.
l.
MILWAUKEE, Wisconsin, Novembor
2. (Special to The Advortiser) Entertaining
tho impression thnt Col.
Theodore Roosevelt docs not boar any
malice towards him nnd adopts tho
snmo nttitude .for forgiveness as was
held by Presidents who have been assassinated,
John Schrank,
slayer of Colonel Hopsovolt, expects to
escape with a light sentence.
Schrank has confided these expectations
to Bernard II. Gottschalk, who
occupies a coll near him in tho city
prison.
H
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SAN FRANCISCO, Novembor
4. (By Associated Press Cablo)
Tho Turkish government has
plied to the Powers to mediate
in tho Balkan war, according
to special dispatches recolvcd
hero. The Turkish army is re-
treating upon Constantinople
and It is feared that a fanatical
Moslem outbreak will follow
within tho city in case of fur-
ther dofoat by the Christians.
$
T1TJnnwdexr w,r:' Telegraph.)
LONDON, November 3. (.Special to
Tho Advertiser) After applying in
vain to Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria,
the Porto now turns to tho Powers to
end tho war with the Balkan States.
Tho formal request for medintion was
referred to tho ambassadors of tbo foreign
powers in Constantinople last night
and communicated to Sir Edward Groy
nnd tho other European foreign secretaries
today.
The Turkish government neceded immediately
to tho request of tho Powers
tor the passage of their warships
through tho BosphorUB. Turkey begs
England to rush her fleet to tho
It is reported thnt n general
of Christians in Constantinoplo
is feared. ,
Acknowledges Her Defeat. '"
(By Federal Wlreleaa Telegraph.)
CONSTANTINOPLE, November 3.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Turkey at
last admits, in an official bulletin just
issued, that tho Ottoman army is
trcatin to" its fortifications just outsido
tbo capital.
The city is filled with wounded soldiers
and dangerous outlaws'. Only tho
timely arrival of the foreign warships
can avert absolute chaos and save tho
foreign population.
English Warships Sail.
'P. Fr.lerel Wireless Telegraph.)
PORTSMOUTH, England, Novembor
a. (Special to The Anvertisor) Un-
statement today devoted largely to , usual activity in the dock-yard here is
answering Gov. Woodrow Wilson's 'ro. reported m n special edition of the Ev-marks
on tho trust question in his lomnR .ws, which says preparations
snecch Tlmrsdnv nieht in Madison i"0-1""" mndo to. cet tno sixtu destroy-
or flotilla ready for sea.
The News adds It is rumored that
tho flotilla will sail tonight undor scaled
orders. Noticos have been posted
ordering all submarine mon to return
to their boats at onco, tho paper says,
ana uint men on leave liavo ueon
called by wire to other naval ports.
K
King or ureece as President.
,(1v Federal Wireless Telecraph.)
LONDON, October 25. The aliianco
of tho Balkan Kings far exceeds tho
status of a military combination for
tho immediate object in view, according1
to tho Outlook, wliich, claims to havo
special information that it is a
federation intended to excludo
all external authority from tho Balkan'
peninsula,
Tho King of Grecco, according to
the Outlook, will become president of
tbo aliianco on tho nomination of
King Nicholas of Montenegro. Tho
religious rivalries of Balkan Christiana
will bo ended by uniting tho
orthodox churches of Greece, Bulgaria,
Sorvin and Montenegro, as in ancient
times, under tho patriarch of Constantinople,
wiio is head of the Greek
church. The churches will retain thoir
national rituals nnd languages.
Would Extend Servia.
Tho extension of Servia through
Bosnia to tho Adriatic sea will form
a. part of tho scheme which Austria
is expected strongly to Tcsist, says tho
Outlook. Tho Powers are negotiating
actively in all the Eroupean
capitals concerning what policy to
pursue when tho time for the settlement
of tho wnr or for intervention
arrives.
Thoy oto much moro concerned to
'insure peace among themselves than
to arrango tne issues ut staKe in tno
Near East, which look small when
compared with a general r.nroupen war.
The Outlook Bays the Balkan diplomats
In London declare their object
is tho Balkans for the Balkan peoples,
and in case of victory the demands
which will bo included in a note to
Turkey will be their minimum requirements.
They will not sit in tho anteroom
whilo the powers allot tho spoils,
nor will they accept any temporary
patching up of Near Eastern problems.
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