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TAFT LOSES HEAVILY ON THE EARLY VOTE;
GAINS FOR WILSON, BIG VOTE FOR COLONEL
WKATIIER Fair to-night on. I Unl warmer.
WKATTIF5R Pair ln-nllhl anil WilMf oiratr.
FINAL
EDITION-
EUI r ION-
Www.
PRICE ONE CENT.
TURKS DREAD FALL
OF CONSTANTINOPLE,
HURRY RECORDS AWAY;
--
With Bulgarians Battering Fortifi
cations, Sultan Pleads With
Powers Not to Let Foe Enter
City Water Supply Cut Off.
SOFIA, Nov. 5. The Turkish harems in Constantinople have been
'ransferced to Brusa in Asia Manor which was at one time the capital of
the Turkish Sultans and lies about fifty miles to the southeast of Con
stantinople. The archives of the city have also been sent there.
The Turkish Government has sent an urgent request to the Powers
at least to prevent the Bulgarians from entering the capital.
The water supply of Constantinople was cut off to-day by . large
Bulgarian force which occupied Derkas at the end of the line of Tcha -
talja, from which point the aqueduct supplying the Turkish capital Starts,
The Rulgarran troops have occupied the region between Tchorlu and
Ichatalia. conmletelv surroundinir the Turkish force in that district.
1 j
New that Dereos or Derkos. a It N
alio known, had been captured by tho
Hulararlans. was considered her to-day
as rendering Constantinople's spee ly
fall Inevitable.
The town Is on Lake nercos. near
ye Black Sea. and almoat under the
guns ot tha northernmost forte of the
I haln of defenses behind which the
Turk are making their last stand.
As It Is from Lake Deicos that the
sultan's capital receives Its water sup
ply, the situation Is mom serious.
While It I true that eome water Is ob
i.ilnable eaat of the TchMalJu. fortlllM
'lona there Is nothing like enough for
'nnetantlnople, with Its population of
considerably more than 1.000.00U.
TROOPS GUARD EUROPEANS IN
CONSTANTINOPLE.
Constantinople despatches said to-day
that Europeans there are being concen
trated as far as possible at the l'era
I'slnce and Bristol hotels, which ire
rlOM together In ths foreign quarter, and
that a cordon of troopa ha been thrown
.hout thorn to protect them from attack.
Tha Turkish force reported surrounded
between Chorlu and TclmtuIJa is st'P
losed to be a belated detachment of
N'aidm Vasha's army trying to retreat
upon the Constantinople defenses
It was officially announced la Con
stantinople to-day that flg-htlug has
begun between the Bulgarians and
Tnrka at tha Tohatalja fort, according
to a special Asspatoh from that city.
The result of the f Igrhtlng It not statsd.
The Bnlgarlans wars reported hers
to-day on the point of oarrylng the
Chatala forts, Oonstantlnopls's last
line of defenses. It was even statsd
t.Qet ths fortifications hod been
captured and that Xing rsrdinad's
locoes wars scattering- ths broken
Turkish amy preparatory to be
lt inning their final twsnty-five-mils
,.vsb to the capital. While the stats
. .... i. w . a. !
"tually been oaptursd was questioned I W,nS' ' 'ooldenss. Ths Pr.sl
... n,.d 110 doubt that ths Ms w,n t0 P" uto-
.Hans wsrs assaulting then furiously.
At latest accounts 11 terrlrto bombaid-
.nt of Andrlanopls was also la prog,
ess. Ihe Hulgurlan commander thers
ivlng received orders to reduce ths
kill at unco, as the siege kuiis he is
,-ng were needed at the front.
Foreigners In ('.ms tu nllnople. It was
(Continued on fourth 1'age
French tvlstur Killed.
mTATCTRIBB, JYanee, Nov. A viator
. kuuk -...ll.u.... iulna
VI arsons! m la ,
urps fell from a helgl.t of m feet will,
is aeroplane to-day and was kUlad,
'
The EVENING WORLD
Will Issue Election Extras
After the Regular Editions
T0-NIGHT
GET THE NEWS FIRST, IN THE WORLD
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tonrrlsht. 11112. hT
Co. ITtie Nut
CRANK AFTER TAFT
E
Man Tries to Force His Way
Past Maid at Door and Is
Carried Off by Police.
CINCINNATI, Nov. 5.-A m, who In
sisted on seeing President Tf
to-day waj removed by the police from
the doorstep of Charles P. Taffs home
where the President is stopping here.
The man s ring at the door hell was
answered by a maid. Hs tried to push
past Jier. but she succeeded in closing
Hie door against him.
I served in the civil war and I was
never mustered out.' he said. "And
ruffe the man who can do It."
Two policemen put the visitor off the
grounds. The man claimed to bo the
son of a former mayor of Clnalnnatl.
The fact that the crucial day of hit
career was at hand did not seem to dis
turb President Tafl, who slept inte.
I In ate a good breakfast, smiled pro
fusely and aoted generally as though
some 16.ooii.000 men wens not voting
on the subject of his political fata
Ths President oast his vote to-day
St 18.30 o'clock in precinct hf Third
sweHei
It took h'm five minutes to Mark Ms
ballot. He was jrivi bxiio' Ns 4
The Prstldsnl stoca; In 1 tie am, " a: to,!
Ills turn while A II. 11 if h, pr'ntsl,
was fflvfn his ballot Taft w r. his
Ufllial smile and did not appear to mind
t lie) ordeal of Voting
Taft in taavinf th polling, piece po-i
for ssveraJ n spapor photographers
" "7,, T 7.
returns
j to-night
C I'.
AT HIS BROTHER S
CINCINNATI HOM
v.' Taffs heuss w..s earoplstslyl4!"- v;''""'v r Wilson and s.-ond
-- .. . "" V'
surrounasa oi ooruun di ponee. as-
! tectlvea and ISOrSI serv.ee mm
of
" Circulation Books Open to All"
The rress I'lihllnhlns
toik tVnrldl.
NEW
E
I
Moving Picture Man Had No
Thought of Such Thirty as
Machine Clicked.
UNCONSCIOUS HIT
Cry of "Man Overboard!" Dis
closed His Opportunity and
He Got Busy.
Whfn the movlns pictures that were
taken to-day on Itoard the Immigration
Service tUK Kmlnfant arc developed they
will reveal probably evidence of a re
markable coincidence. Imaginative
"movey" mnnaitrrs nave lilred men to
"y '""hc"' d '" parachute.
' brave death In a hundred Ways ; but
before r:;e icns of the machine on the
1 55! unZZr S3
: th" rr!nk
b? JITSJ m SIS
j Manhattan drew out from her nP at
L'.'. u,or'- " ,h ,u moving
.picture man set up his machine end
began to taka views of the harbor crafl
in action for the benefit of Inland resl
denle who never have seen the real
thing. On the ferryboat a smooth
shared man of medium height and build
climbed to the upper deck and paced
nervously back and forth. South of the
! Statue of Liberty, fert j boat and tug
J boat met. Nearby was the Danish
steamship LiUKlrtla. In tow of the tug
Mutual.
l'jlMnlri ..n Ih. . .
- v,.d . , i . ' 1 1 1 1 1 saw ins
nervous man, apparently oblivious to
the HJmlgrant. the motion picture ma
chine and other things earthly, oome to
a sudden decision, remove, his gOM and
leap over the ralL The moving plcturs
man said later that the cry of ' man
overboard:" was th drat thin. h.
I knew of the occurrence. thr hem
nothing of tha kind called for In hie
scenario.
Capt. David P. Roach of ths Mutual
lowered a boat almost before the ferry
boat with hw engine raclnas on trie re
verse had stayed her progress. A boat
was lowered from the Manhattan, too,
and one from the Muxlnla and the throe
little craft racwl rbr the spot whore the
man had disappeared. The moving pic
ture man. awaking 10 his opportunity,
did not miss a move of the attempted
rescus.
Hot the man did not come up again
Only two coots, which he had car
ried oyer his urm as he jumped from
the ferryboat, and a black fedora hat,
Moated on thi surface to mark the
place. In ths pockets of the coats
were 42 cents and an empty apeo
taole case, nothing to Identify him.
The movlnj picture man abandoned
the rest of his operations to nurr'y
to a dark room and read the story
his Mini might tell.
LONDON WATCHES-ELECTION;
WILSON VICTORY PREDICTED.
Newspapt?r (Yivt Ro0MVH Sec
onj Place ir ( :ount Other Hop
ein Capital! Interested.
LONDON, Nov 6. -The American sites
lot rlrsHed th nalka-. wit here (owl ay
mallei o' p ipular IntSTSSt The
U'jndon
newspaper aver.iged ton:
UP th. subject, be UT.pru
displa ,it newt snthua'aam.
i eotunnj
I H lented
foi the British nr..
VS r.ew W'.rid
iBoUtlaa without
politics. Wlthoui Xospoion ti)" urn-
place for Kaosevel
tram imrtm
d"tsd Ian almost UBl
d Bsriin in
i inlfssl silos
utiTest among sncii ani Qsrmam
In the election's out 'orr.c Kv
'tpl'als as V "rin:t an I Rams, wnkhl
rdlMPlly 'ice i; tie for Art.erl -.in news, '
were eagerly awaiting I'rssldsntlaJ sirs
; Hon t
VOTE IN BATHING SUITS. :
this fair of Conns IslnnMnsi itii
He Mull Moosers.
Two I'nne; Tinnders went tr, the'
polls in htitintiK nulls t-da.- Truy i
ver., Wlllun Lows atW Unarlss 1 1
')vr:tn Thfi ai o.'j-:imers ..ni'. did!
pot allow a Prnnldsntlsl siaotlon t n-(
leifor- srlth tnelt 'f i.a1 morning dip,1
I'.O M t (Ml fNI IIKt,
1 . i- leijjidfa ns
I ALL I.M-- . li.L W ICwl IhAVgL
.Arllilntflf
CAMERA CATCHES
ANACTUALSUICID
FROM FERRY-BOA
IAN
YORK, TUESDAY,
Democratic Candidate for President
Casting His Ballot To-Day at Princeton
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UMIIUIUMILOUULll I lYIIlUI run II I,
CASTS HIS VOTE AS
Gubernatorial Nominee Is Es
corted to Polls by Triumphal
Procession of Small Boys.
With a poilnj army .,f riotters at
big back each of thtiu bristling will,
harp-polntsd psnolll an gpsnftni
names ais4 fact, right ur.O lefi '.,.
lan Sulser Ueniocratlr nomlnst foi
governor salllec fjrtl fun hi, hot!
at No. ITI Isoonc nvsnui ti battu iw-not-
1 li hat nr copyright "i. Ill f ,1
tns lori tin p., ..i f; Rlsvsnt.'
Htreei lbs triumphs, pro assloh nil
rSghllsVJ air j m sn.at t., yt Mngja :.
such wenuoo III aj towatv Thi.
avsnun
llulf-way up me bin came a eon.
pact u.idy 3t small boys bearing In
ttlumpn sttinsUon t x jriass
b igoSi .-rates and a ssctlon of a autfd.
fri.es, for their election itacon if
'. .. supremo noAdoncs hat thi
irlumphgl ires w.ii jum co-nlgh .;i. ..
In every fsrs. for no aMtlOf OhO a..,.
at tile polis the llui. ),, c.
bl'StS
When :lie army of COUIIgStsra oaughl
f.ght of th tai' Iss4si s tbi hsad or
tin rsporiorn dowt droppog t.-,. i ,.,
on tl . crush nd up won) tearing
chest fo: "UllV'nol Stlirer' as the)
srould bnO M frnololti saint, tri ;:.
me:-, hof i brougbi nrtnihni onolforoui
ciieer an thi two a mli urm in polt
II- U.e- marc) ir. opposltl dire, hanj
Ac ths load " th Psrn srstlc
fores. ! tni Stsi, an. nil 'Uln....
no strsngtaons bi . Msrtli ..i Koo
(upsrinfoadoni o' ti, Iroidtni hwona
r ... .' RoprooOatstivsi Wnnhinctnti
ocontinood on goooao rsgavi
FLASHLIGHTS BOOM
NOVEMBER 5,
7
SAYS JOB HEDGES,
AND HETELLS WHY
' Greatest Wronp Ever Done
Me," Declares the Repub
lican Candidate.
Th- Hon Jot) gj Kodgl S 10 g'vo him
his full campthigr monnkt r slopped
short on Broadway at mm. o'clock to-
da; t tol ao Kooning World reporle-
funnv mu.i y
Tm candidal for Qubsmatorlss hon
or, or ti.. Kspubllcal tiokoi t, c tusl
let. his roo.r a' Ihl M-iiet .Martini. ins
Is gc it- oou -i' Thirl) tit gross and
H,it a von us hu v r ii.t nonsf lom
POlltlon SO of thi. latl ca-npulgu as
hs pit ll H. loot." i ' tec any s llttls
dn r abo . i Ihl mouth bul wt.eu the
ssportOV Inppod nln. Ilsjlldl) on t logboul.
dor tf.-l laid 'A-u v i Mr HtdgOST"
the old sttsi d.oiioi smils orlnklod bom
an .irn.-r? i. tho p. emlir eloi y tsiln 's
eyes end he vas -hu-. n.y . sn ohl
..'. :- louttllliats n s Dill ite.
N-'W ,o k hOOOt" he ..-tan, -tacking
i .tsai ip at a e0OlW0rth ISUlldlng
siitf.e, '1 o areas, d of helng s
humorist all r. Ufs and never old
a fllnny slu I Jia-u." 'I ..is sos in
aiicw-r t" Hi" reporter's I SOU ran hit
thi Uvsotny Wmni nould pogiiivoty
print at t .tint story tht can lidate
carsd t Kpi.nv lorosps ol n or
prsvlout sooditloi oi nsTvlmdn.
"I'M NO1 FuNNV &Vi REOU3
LICAf CANDIDATE.
'Thll ggsutriptloi ttia, an. a rsgila
dyod'tb'tbo Woo funnj rn.-r ; lb.
grsglSS ror.i Ihgjl n- eve- r--s; oon.
ms : x r.o lunnyt J rot svsi inu
iContlnusd en ntoond Vagal
"Circulation Books Open to
1912.
16
CHEATED," STRAUS
SAYSAT POLLS
i a. .11 Uam ii i..i . c t
ouii iviuubcj veliiuiUalC nil t jov-
ernor Also Sure Roosevelt
Will Be Elected.
Oscar S. fltraun, ProgrOSglOS randi
date for (lovernor, cast the Ittth ballot
In the pulling place at No. 314 Amster
dam avenue at ' o'clock. Tnoro were
sixty voters In line wln-n hu not there.
, ac ompanled hy his youngest son. linger
'Williams Ntraus, and althouirli Mr.
t Htraus fell In at the rear of the long
file he remained there only a moment
after the officials In charge ot the poll-
log pla.-e recognized him.
The Hull Moose candidate walked to
the Dills ladles' tailoring tatanlUhmeut
', on .iiusli-rdani aveoiue from bis home
I At No. ti West lOQsnty-SUMb street. He
a as oot quite sure yf the lot ailly ,f
hU polling plare when ho left home and
first went ;o r,lun.bns svei ue and
Seventy-fourth street, where he was set
right. Then he and his son .talked
through to Amsterdam avenue, ahere
tbsy (OUnd "mall host of voters wall
ing In line.
Many In the line recogiilnwl Mr
Huaus hs Ii. slant lie ggpOgrod and Ins
nami went SUSSlng along Into the poll
ing p la BS a. be Cell In at the t .Ll I of the
file Tick.- ahead of hlln offend hlln
their plu. es hut he sh.i-.k hU lie, id and
said ht would take his turn Hut an
eooa as the Progrogglvs and ftepublloag
caPtalM wert mads aware of his pre--
eno. Ihe; hurrl.-J out and uj-d him
' ( ooins Inside As they said his ballot
I iva. at r-ad lol bus he a ptsd the
llnvitatloi and loo mlnutos after hs ot
.-.side he had coal bis vote, BalrOI No.
A he left the poli ng ntgOi III Straus
! was nnkod SftWl h thought ut his
ohnooogi
"I'll be floated 'lovernor." he raping
srlth a aaillo, "unloss the chost
III,- out of It ."
'Who did fou -ot.. for?' was asked.
I -.-..lel a BtraUrht tlokst, of XHirse,
cams i' lughlng inswog) Then lis
Sddod. Tbs e s ml, ms straight,
u,uar deal tlabol, and that i :h. Hull
njooss."
'Do you think tint Ool Roossvoll will
Will .
i sural y dOi" roturnod Mr itravus,
sarnestly, :ii sntlls vnnlnhlng, "We
ouutit n .7." slnt sgll 1
A gOgOfl nr mors neri ltln In line
honM onto ropl) a'. '. rlo4 otii in olioriMi
"(IS 'e'r not luon a siloot vote. Mr.
Btra is 1
in- iij Moon 'andldats iglg that
h. o is14oro Henst-H Dlvnn'i forooagtl
oontarooUos snt mm h. srai sonflggnl
C 'I npQOITlll OfOUid rrti.ri to ihs
Writ. HOUgg
FOR HACN3 ENTRIES SEE
AQf 10,
All.
PAGES
WILSON MAKES GAINS 1
IN THE FIRST RETURNS,
BIG VOTE IN NEW YORK
More Than Half the City Ballots
Were In at Noon, With Bronx
Leading; Only Bull Moosers
Had Trouble.
ALL OF THE MANAGERS
ARE CLAIMING VICTOR?
McCombs Issues a Statement De
claring that Wilson and Marshall
Are Sweeping Everything.
BOSTON, Nov. 5. Returns for President in to-day'v
election from ten out of 1,102 voting: precincts in Massachusett
give Roosevelt 837, Taft 1,712 and Wilson 973. The sam
precincts in l(X)S gave Bryan 801, Taft 2,344.
In Acushnet Taft received 104 votes, Wilson 52 anc.
Rixjsevelt 50. Four years ago Taft had 118 to 12 for Bryan.
Norwell voted as follows: Roosevelt, 104; Taft, 97; W11-.
son, 78. In 1908 the vote was: Bryan, 40; Taft, 164.
Walker, Republican nominee for Governor, carried Acush.
net. The vote was: Bird (Prog.), 17; Foss (Dem.), 38
Walker, 95.
The vote in Norwell for Governor was: Walker (Rep.)
97; Bird (Prog.), 86; Foss (Dem.), 83.
The vote in Kingston va Koovelt, 9Sj Taft, 128, Wilson, 85. In
1901 the vote was 1 alt, 339; Bryan, 58, HiSfntl, t4.
At Avon the vote for President was: Roosevelt, 147; Taft, 79;
Wilson, 142. In l90l Taft received 179; Bryan, 110; Hisgen, 31.
Five out ot twenty-five preceincts in New Bedford give Wilson 630
Roosevelt, 467, Taft, 1,338. The total vote of New Bedford ir. l9o
was Bryan, 2.749, Taft, S.065.
DUBLIN Me, Nov. 5. Hirst complete returns in Maine came from
Hurricane as follows: Taft, 11, Wilson, 7; Roosevelt, 4. In 19o8 Un
vote was Bryan, 7, Taft, t.
Reports received from ill over the United States at the headquarters
of the Democratic, Republican and Progressive parties in this city and at
all news collecting agencies tell of a tremendously heavy early vote the
greatest ever known. Bection day nearly everywhere was as fair th1
pleasant as it has been in New York.
The managers of the three campaigns differ each from the other oi
course in (he conclusions they draw from tlie heavy and early voting.
William H. McCombs, chairman of the Democratic National Com
mittee, exhibited telegrams from every State in the Union in which Wilson
leader., said that their earlier estimates of the Wilson vote were ail too
low and that a sweeping victory was all they could see ahead.
CLAIMS FOR TAFT AD BULL MOOSE.
Chairman Hilles of the Republican National Committee said
"Advices from all the States show a splendidly strong vote for Mr. Taf
,md indicate a nighty victory for the Republican ticket."
Senator Joseph M. Dixon had telegrams to show also, and sail:
"Already we know it is a landslide for the Progressive party."
Kr most " d th "y w" " rly '"-d''- M fres o'alocgf
poBOOflli fOf r. olOOtlon tT hat the afternoon J. Oabrlsl Uritt. ths ohalrmgr:'
qotot lt tOM porlUegJ hsadq'iartaiw t)0 announced that as not a singes ooni
Hu'.I M.Mies lali slwsyo es-ee.1 anJ j plaint had bssn rvoetvad and as It was
in the ffthn control for fonsnuog
furmatl ni seein.l aUnost nnranny.
The Mlei'tlon Hoard was cation
..r.ier at IU Baoi r'ortv-nrst street
; ETTOR JURORS DO NOT VOTE.
' Waive Their Hiaht Co tio t Pulls
and I. IVl Wi irlnl I'rorrrgs.
MAI. KM. Mass, Nov. S. KsVOUef
WglVOd Wi-lr rights to go to rhe ikiIIs
I sod sole to-day. Jurors In the trial of
I Joseph a Uttori Aituiu Osovwnlttl and
J .seun CaruSO lor the nmnlcr of .Vnna
l..,i.lno In t:.H Lawrence strike. In
libg Murtroom as usual to-day proporod.
ror an an-.ls -.ion
Attorney! lai lh defendants had a
aroug ol children, mil) workers gnd
members" : ths l.aw.encs Htrlltt Com -
.ntties cr, hand tc Ustlfi as .our. con.
vsnod,' , -s..js .atti')-
PRICE ONE CENT.
... ... .... ..y oumiNaint i ,
bo actod upon effacUvslr, Ois Boai I
w.iili sdjourn. It dW. NothUisr
i rt ever haupsned In New York at
Detore, rt
There was only one .sample of ao
tual vlolenos. It was In "His" M
Manus's Seventh Assembly Distrl. -There,
according to two man who a'
terwanl apiwaswd In ths West 8i ,
Oottti swaohsd In harass, goo tha
their syea could hardly bo soan, j
gang of thirty and mora gworilla ,
from the soot aide olroulatss Crsr.
one pulling pinos to anotoor, on intln.:
i.i' ii bent.
William Cahll ot No. (Ii Ninth ore
nu nJ l'rnk U'ay of No. an wsi
Forty-fourth street wero ths victims
They appaarod In oourt against William
1 "surrey or No. w bast Twsntyslghih
! sirssi and Taul Murray, who llvss a.
I No, 23 on the asms atrsat. Both ooav
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