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TURKS IN FURIOUS 'MAY GET OFF EASY
BATTLE MOW DOWN i IF SHE SAYS WHERE
THAT $150,000 IS
Til JfEJIlCTQ WP&Lfl, TIlUftaPAT, QQT(TB1B IV, 111.
Sultan's Troops, Reinforced
ind Entrenched, Pour Dead
ly Fire on Invaders.
But Rosa Zindel Is Defiant,
Though JudRe Suggests
He'll Be Lenient.
If WM Hnss 7.nM. whn.s spectac
ular business csr.sr rams to smash
asvsrs.1 months " whrn she was ar
rested for f'lrmry, will olsnlose svsry
dollar chc has. every rilsmnnd anrl pearl
she owns, every picture, and work of
art In lnr possession and all othsr
from bshlml .Irons I property to wlilrh .he layn claim. Bu-
Mtmil MiMfnesro. Otl
battle b.tween Montenegrins and Turk
wm belna fourht o-dy around Dl
ahltrh Mountain and lonf th.- f.utarl
road on the TurkHh side of th. frontlr.
Jhs Turk!, heavily reinforced over
.!. -. m.,w! dnwn the savor.'
Crown Prince Inlh of Mantene.
In srtlvs command, wai on ths firm,
liar. Kln Nicholas had Ksn.ral fharfi
f operations from th. MontenefHn aid.
f the frontier.
The Turtlsh ssnsr.l In command at
PodcorlUa. wh.re flhtln bean ytrr.
ay. committed suicide Jimt befora tha
Montenegrins o pared flra bsoausa ha
tmA received an o.der from Con.tantl
Oopla ftrlac a mora eiperlenced officer
racedem over him.
BUDAPEST, Oct. Following their
fBltlal reverae by tha Montanacrina at
Piumltsa Mountain, the Turk, hava
baan puttlaa ap a daaparata ritei-e
M thalr (ami' advance Into Turkish
aanitory, asoordlnc to menace! from
the fraot to-day.
The Turke apparently were unpra
pared for tha attack on their rianlnltaa
position and replied unsffseUvsly to be
Xontenea-rtn artillery flra. Cannon after
aanoon waa put out of commleaion. and
ater thirty minutes' envacement the
Tarts fall back upon Detrhltoh Moan
tarn. Thar thalr fortlflcatlona were
Mash stronger, and tbrouchout fhe f
tamoon the Montanasjiins ware held
kack by a hailstorm of rule and military
' During the afternoon and last night
Turklah troops, arriving from the
thward, were constantly landing on
tha shore of LaJca Scutari, nsar tha
Montenegrin frontier, and at dawn to
SBvy a heavy Are waa resumed on tha
Hhs employed afe
negro hoy Jn
If forged more
In tha same hsndal ml 'he
pi me mans to show si. forked
.... . .
name, ins amount of tha
date and tha nama of her
who wrote tha forged slgngtirt'
A request wag made h L. R'
. . . ' V"
trr a conuniaaion lo take
gardlnc HIsa Zlndal'a
money and also bar hoaltb
formation of Justice Blanshlit
wnai i want to know la
USo.ooo has gone." said tha
FATALLY BY FALLING IN
We will make a fun
disclosure of every fact ratal!
possessions, replied Mr.
Justice Blanohard said
me order and iasus tha
later In the day.
g to her
The latter replied I
pretne ronri justice ssismsi s -will
consider a plea for clemency In
her behalf when he Imposes sentence.
Miss Zindel. a large woman, attired
In a black tailored suit and a large
hat with long black feathers, waa
brought before Justice Hlsnchard to
day to be sentenced Hhe pleaded guilty
on Monday to forgery In the second de
ar. The forged document was a
note that purported to. nave been signed
by a Philadelphia business firm. Miss
Zindel had discounted It at tha Can-
The prisoner, whose business opera
tions, culminating In the organlgaUon
of the Zindel Manufacturing Company,
had been the wonder of financiers,
ahowed plainly the effect of the nerv
ous etraln ahe wae under whan she
stood before the lno;i to-day. Oeorge
Gordon Hattle, her lawyer, beside her.
Frequently she placed a vial of smelling
sails to her nostrils. Ons moment her
face would be colorless; ths nsit It
would flush a deep red.
Mr. Battle made a plea for mercy on
ths ground of his client s physical con
dition. "1 have been hounded and lied about,"
cried Mies Zindel. 'There has been a
concerted attempt to ruin me."
Behind her were credltora of hers and
of the Zindel Manufacturln. Company,
which made tortoise shell goods. Their
spokssman was Jesse Kpsteln. attorney
for the Century Bank.
"Within thirty days before the peti
tion In bankruptcy waa Mad against this
woman she got hold of I1W.0O0. for
Whloh no satisfactory account ever haa
basin given." aald Mr. Kpsteln. "Hhs
DEATH IN TRAIN
Two Mew Kill sag (l( rt In
Accident o Filer for Mas fork
cincAoo Jtrx cm on, oi. on 10
Ilaltlrnore and Otito passenger irsln N"
14, aasthound from Chloago to New
York, ran Into a cut of cars sfl on
main trach rry a yard engine ke esrly
to-day. Engineer Ranahan d Fire
man I .eel and, both of Oarretf, B1. w
killed, and five ma)) nm and n
nraKeman were, hurt
.ittle Girl and Boy Are Vic
tims of Similar Accidents
on Vacant Lots.
riward Phnpskv. who Is only six
vi ars old, was a stranger to tha neigh:
tmrhnod boys around One Hundred and
Fortieth street and Crimmlns avenue.
hg Hronx untl this morning. Edward
aw several of them about a bonfire
m the open lot at thai corner. He
Julncd them and became acquainted.
"Here, you." one of tha older boys
gruffly put In, "you can't bake spuds
nt this fire unlesa you hava a license."
"What that?" Edward, the strange
An armful of wood and be qulok
No passengers were lnlurl ilthmiKh getting It," was the answer and Ddward
all were hadly shaken up. Trie P- started out to find his "license." When
senger train waa running at i llr r"t''
of speed and the out of oars " almost
hidden by a fog. The anglra and iwn
mall cars were derailed.
ITALIANS DEFEAT TURKS.
Rasa Oats fewwa of right la Which
Saltan'. Mam taa Hiavlly.
ROME, Oct 10. Italian troops un
der Men. Releoll occupied aran. l po
sitions weat of Derma last tlfti'. aftrr
an all-day battle with th. Turks and
Arabs, according to messatw rerelvrd
to-day from Tripoli. The Tirkleh and
Arabian foroa loat hrarlly. den.
Relanll's report aald; the Italians only
g few men killed and wounM
M did bring back an armful of wood,
ha bad It wrapped about by a stiff wire,
lha little fellow stepped proudly to the
edge of tha flra and started to throw
Ma armful on tha flames. The wire
caught In his blous and pulled him Into
a flaming pyre.
AM the other bore ran ac reaming to
Riaar homee. leaving the strange little
dragged him from th flra after all hlj
ciotnea had been burned away. Ilia
mother ran with him to Mnroin Hospi
tal, two blocks away Tvr Kddy met
her on the steps, took one look at the
charred and bUstcred little body and
told bar, gently as ho could, that It
would he but a few hours before her
Another child waa fatally burned In
the Bronx to-day. Thrae-year-old
Sophie Harrison of No. M42 Anthony
avenue. Is dying In the Fordham Hos
pital from burna received when she
fell Into a bonfire, a few doors from her
horns. The boys of the nelghborhod
were clearing a vacant lot for football
and burning the ruhhlah. which the lit
tle girls for several blocks were helping
to collect. illtle Bophle carried an arm
ful of paper to the bonfire and as she
threw It In lost her bnlancr.
Policeman Miller heard her cries snd
came on the run. pulling her out and
wrapping her In bis cont. A passing
automobile, owned by K. J. FVIrden of
No. Mi Bast One Hundred end Hlxty
etghth street, was hailed by Miller, who
lumped Into the back seit. holding the
child still wrapped In his coat. The
mile and a half to Konlham Hospital
was made In a trifle over two minutes,
but Dr. Olllett said there was no chance
of tha child's recovery.
Clergyman's Son Had
Tuberculosis; Now Well
People who have Consumption are often
filled Vlth bright hopes of recovsrf. only
to realise that Improvsment Is but tempo
rary. Consumption Is dresdsd by svsry
one. Those who bad It and used Rck-
hov hum i. ------ i man's Alt.rst IVS can test fy lo is Dene
ooy to burn. It waa a policeman who .,,1.1 ....... , .. i...fc. ,. .....
Is plsnty of evidence from live witnesses.
Inveetlgate the following:
Amenta. N. T.
'flenttetnen Prior t F.hnt.ry, 1 OS. T
was lecatsd In Rochester, N. T., suffering
with i.s'Siipp.. which developed Into
Tuberculosis. My physician gave me one
months to live. I was having lerrlbls night
sweats and mid-day cbllla and losing flrah
rapidly, having gone from IRA to 1.1ft
pounds. I coughed ana raised contlnusiiy
snd becams so weak that walking a few
fset exhsusted me. On my return horns,
my regular physician gave me little en
coursgemsnt. My rather, who Is a clergy
man, heard of rJrkman's Alterstlve sng
Indured me to take It. Th night sweats
end chills disappeared, my cough bora"-.,
sssler snd gradually diminished and In a
few days I developed en sppettts, tb
first In months. I am now In perfect
hsslth, back to 1 0 n ihs. I rs.l csrtain
thai l owe niy lira to r.csmsn vuir.,ivr.
(Hlgnsdl K. II. CoWt.KH.
'Uenllemen: I csnnot find words to .
nr... m annreclallon SI what lour reined v
bas dune for my son. It chsngsd despair
Into hope within two weeks sfter hs ttegan
i.kin. it. and without any doubt In my
n Wi l It a.vea nis Hie. Wl.n in Ran n,y
ln.li.rs.rn.nl to evsry word ot his tsstl-
Tillnsd) IlEV. J. J. COWI.RM.
Psstor f'resbyterlsii t?hurch.
Rrkmsn's Alternllve Is effective In Bron
chitis, Asthms. Hny Ksver: Throat snd
Lung Iruubles and In upbuilding ths
.y.tem. Iors not contain poisons, oplstes
or hshlt-forming drugs. ror sals bv all
Hiker Hegeman lrug Storea and other
lea. ling druggists. Ask for bonkl.t tslltn
of reooverl,-k, snd writs to Bckmsn I. ah
nrstory, Phllsdetphla. Pa., for additional
jrlaklv and at last accounts the en
gagsmint was stUI In prograas along an
Nothing is yet known here of the
"'hr.. 7: . i mr.iy y. th.t . books nho.
that they have been heavy.
Messagee. It waa said, were constantly
pueslng between King Nicholas of Mon
tenegro, at headquarter In the rear.
and Ms son. Crown Prince Panllo. who
Is In active command at the front. HI
younger brother. Prince Pater, Is an
grtillery raptalh under him.
iVNHTANTINuPLjK. Oct. 10 Skirm
ishing occurred between Turk and Bul
garians to-day In tb vicinity of Klls
sura and Tunbuab, on th frontier. I ra
tes la are larking.
The Amhasaadors of th Buropean
powers to-day presented to the Turkish
government a collective note urging the
importance ot Immediate reforms In
Turkey's Kuripean provlnree '
LONDON. Oct. ID-Bulgaria and fler
vla were exported to present ultimatum
to Turkey to-day. according to ndvl-es
frum Constantinople. Despite yestor-
ay'a reports, they hava not definitely .
the money waa all lost."
Miss Zindel darted an angry glance
at the lawyer.
"The books do show It," aha shouted
"I filed the petition against her on
beihalf of my cllenta." continued the
lawyer. "I caused a receiver to be
placed In charge of her business and
of her apartment on Madison avenue.
He took an Inventory of the handapme
furnishings of the apartment and left
her as custodian. Later a lot of the
furnishings disappeared and wars found
In a vacant flat on another floor.
'About 13.100 worth of lace eurtalne
and certain pictures have dleappeared
nlbigether. Bhe says the receiver an
nfllcer of court took them. That Is
It's true," retorted Mlaa .1ndl.
broken off diplomatic relations wltb the' 'our Honor, resumed the lawyer,
Sultan, but It Is expected momentarily I "the receiver found among her effect
that they will do so card Index. It showed her forgery
I HI osrrnt Reaiaolgoap tod
Reslnol OiataMBt loach any
itching akin, tk Migg stop
and healing begins. Tut Reslnol
affords tbls Inunedin gg grateful
relief there could be fetter evl
dene than tb words of the who
have themselves proves 1
atlaftsan Aea- EC J I Hit
Mas Yaw. M. tj-Ttw Ma swages
as If at snearle." rraakka hrt. II fultoo
eestbea bar bnssadtassb." Mr Frank
Lwnmsl. IB Dry t Joal. Utt
Battlmer, Md.: I srsss tk ssrss
srltb Rsslnel Soap end ts tu
Oestmsot. .ad th H LW and
gars rllf ." Mr. 7. Bssaw, Mil
kei BL. J una a, ins.
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sash add raws Dipt. e-a.
Oa. ssartssseea. Ma.
The Electrical Exposition
and Automobile Show
You WiU See
A Remarkable .Assemblage of Exhibits
tlluatratinc 30 ye.ri of development in the electrical induatry and
the helpfulnegg of electricity in the factory, office and home.
New Grand Central Palace
Ls Av. aad 4tk St,
11 A. M. to 11 P.M.
A Cordial Welcome at all the Exhibit of
The New York Edison Company
30 Years At Your Service
An ornamsntal box.
makes it an
A gilt box.
the styls of
9L BtstmpfeJjeli beltp
OUR "Ancien Regime" Goldsmith! work
is not only an absolute novelty it is
appealing in its beauty.
Its makers were inspired by the marvel
ous examples of the art of the Court Gold
smiths of 18th Century France and you
will be astounded when you see how they
have contrived to rival these masterpieces
of the old craftsmen.
You will see the most delightful of boxes
for your Gloves and Handkerchiefs, your
Jewelry and your Trinkets in general, Photo
graph Frames too, of all sizes and all ne
cessary shapes and swinging Minors for
"My Lady's" Toilet Table.
They are decorated with miniature re
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and Sculptures by Clodion and they are
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The MERIDEN Co.
(INTERNATIONAL silvkr company, successor)
49-51 West 34th Street, Through to 68-70 Wl.: 35th Street. New York
FOR A BEAUTIFUL
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Next Sunday's World.
To-morrow, Friday, Decided Values in
Drapery and Furniture Coverings,
including Armures, Verdure Tapestries, Moire Damasks,
Louis XVI. Stripes and Brocatelles,
Values from $1.35 to 6.50 Yard, at 90c, 1.23, 1.90,2.30
Cushion Squares and Chair Seats,
Vaiues from 5oc to 2.25, at 30c, 43c, 63c, 83c
English and French Cretonnes,
Values from 35c to 65c Yard, at 18c, 24c, 32c
5,000 Yards Fancy and Plain Curtain Scrims,
Values from 25c to 45c Yard, at 1 5c, 18c, 25c
A Special Offering To-morrow, of
Blankets and Comfortables
White Wool Blankets,
Each, 2.63, 3.73
Pair 2.75, 3.50 and 4.23
" 3.65, 4.95 " 6.28
" 4.50, 5.50 7.73
Jacquard Designs, in new colorings,
Italian Silk, in Roman stripes,
Comfortables (Double Size),
Figured -Silkoline, in floral designs with plain borders, at 2.30
Printed Silk Mull, with plain borders, lambs' wool filling, 4.45
Figured Sateen, with plain borders, down Ailing, at 5.75
Sheets, Pillow and Bolster Cases
Of Superior Quality, at Unusually Low Prices.
Double Size.68c, 80c, 90o
Extra Large,78c, 85c, 93c
at 13c 21 by 54 inches, at 28c
" 14c 21 " 63 " " 30c
" 16c 21 " 72 " " 34c
" 17C 22jby76 " " 38c
Single Size, at 45c, 58c, 65c
Three-quartdt, 57c, 65c, 72c
21 by 36 inches,
25 by 36 "
27 " 36 "
Hemstitched Sheets and Cases at Corresponding Prices.
A Specially Arranged Sale for To-morrow, of
Bedsteads and Bedding
Comprising the following Exceptional Offerings
in the most desirable styles and
guaranteed for five yrs, at 9.75, 12.50, 14.50 to 26.50
Values $16.00, 18.00, 21.50 to $36.00
White Enamel Bedsteads, Value $4.75, at 3.43
No. 1 Hard Black Drawings, Value $28.00, at 19.73
Super Extra Black Drawings, " 36.00, " 29.50
Pure White Felt, roll edge, " 13.50, " 11.73
Special, Value $12.75, at
Colonial, " 16.00,
Imperial, " 21.75, "
Woven Wire Springs, roll edge, Value $4.50,
West 23d and 22d Streets
Genuine Boston Leather
lllahlr nollshral Holld Oak Q.98
on hsail. large rlaw lrt. .psclal
Kxactlr Uks Cat
HUhhr uollshed srnulns
Oak (ram, oil tnpwl 1AM
svrlaas. tuftm raucni III
1100.00 worth SI .00 Down .11.00 Weekly
140.00 Worth . . J.00 Down . . 1 .0 Weekly
100.00 Worth . . 1.00 Down.. 2.00 Weekly
240.00 Worth 10.00 Down 2. SO Weekly
RE Dm t
I all S
vhole floor completely t
d with all the newest
tyles for Men, Women,
en. Alterations FREE
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$1.00 Down. $1.00 Weekly I
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