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TURKS VOW TO KILL
fanatics Plan Massacre if Pu1-
f. garians Knter City as Vic
tors in War.
Remnants of Starving Army
Saved by Running to Cha
BY MARTIN H. DONOHUB.
I CONSTANTINOPLE, Nov. Th lt-
atlon 1n t'onatantlm.pl grows morn
. That tne continual rumnn oi
Turkish defeats eisaperat the IMM
lament to hostility against European
i shown In the mora open arrogan.-
if the lower mam whk'h pre a
animoelt Soma workman
lullda openly boast they have tn a
acred, row to munrrn every OfcrltttMl
Fl Constantinople ahould th Bulgarians
Attar the city or ahould Roumelle be
fevirci from Turkey.
The fanatic awear on the Koran to
Lath tarrlMa vengeance on InfldH theo-
(srloal tfudanta. Alwaya a dangerous
tlement. thay ara Inciting tha mobs In
)t-oMhs-way moaquaa. Thay rafar to
t ancient belief that the Turka wUl
ynssess Constantinople for five hundred
f ara. after which European will take
t. a city. The prophecy to on to aay
t at. according to the Prophet'a com-
and. the true believer are to meeeacre
fie Infldela before they leave the cMy.
Hoatlle demonatratlona organised In
flake place nigHtly. LaM night a
of Kurda and other rufllana
with eworda. baroneU and re
a fathered at a place called the
Tow-re, and after long riellbera
CI decided tn man affatnat the Euro
ii nuart era. fortunately the polloe
Intervened before the Intention could be
S . m VI.,,,.. aMMti wen- made
.imru uui. ........
tne prisoners will be tried by court-
Ta.rrli.le ntwi of maaeeore and pll-
maia. from the province. 1 lie
aatrktroh of the Oreak Church haa re
aWtvad Information of terrible masse
coin- on at Hodoato. The town la
ji of Baatil-Basouka oonunnunt: an
iru of outrages. The Metropolitan haa
tn the Oorwrnor of the town, but
a tetter haa declared be oan do noth-
whtle aha war at going on. inn
rktron has made a last appeal to ths
-Crowds of wounded and atarving
fsjldlera continue to arn in -,.,..
bet yesterday a hoatua rrowa
attempted to march on the European
Ijarter of the city rorrunaieiy in-
iltce were on the alert, opened a awing
r between Stambmil ami tiaiaia
prevented what mlajht hav Veen a
..rrihta disaster Turkey la :n a nra-
aarate rtlutht. She 1 eonrronien w.tn a .
recked army and the prospective tuln
BV ,. amolre In Kurope. Now that
I.iio.. i salaasats has overtaken her the.end them to the front.
.hn foreaaw her
L.,nn. .r. lncr.ea.lna !
Fpro.va...,. r i
any Ajreaay .r
CltOO at aoauuaii wewae
marked as the national acapegoat.
lls offense, dispassionately viewed, is
ghat with a strong army h ventured
(to the wilds of Thrace to attempt to
finely disciplined, highly organ-
Three week ago Ahdullen. standing
n th plana In front of the War Office
ff.t Btamboul watching tha training 01
Turkish recruits, said to a brother of-aVar-
"If this enlistment of untrained
span continues we have no need for an
ettamv. we Shall destroy ourselves.''
1R0KKN ARMY CAN NO LONGER I
prophetic Indeed have been ther
Erords The beaten ueneraJissnno it
Attn girlnc ground before the victorious
Kalgsrians There has been little rest
d no respite for tne narneo rvamaa.
tha Turklh army, nulgaiiai. can-
thundrra at their rear, lnaatlable
death takea toll hourly of the uaucreo.
Uttered, human wreok. once soldier.
nut wnose awsjaw " "ej-rr
ftratad not to ngnrng mn o .
their very Uvea The urokn army Is I
trawling. It can no longer run
I Thus of the beaten lurcea wans
iabyslual strength permitted reached
Chorlu late Thursday night and hl
ouedted lniVwrlmlnately on ih. plttaau
lommaodlng the railway station and In
Cshelaerad valley which adjoin The
t waa Intenaely cold and added to
fite aufferlng of the fugitives.
9 . .. ...I-., .it n.t.ir ana
sjniy small nKwaw
arley were found in the town, ..i .....
L l frnt a tithe of it
tnrvlng men. the hulk ot wuom paj.se.,
hitter night Without Usui, orn.a ...
r. Hire 1 the taple diet of tin
oman soiaiers. out noi b.'o -
(Sal labia by noon of rrwiay. Mum i
lieen made to obtain supptlw ol
ood from Constantinople, uul i.eiore
.any train ... I- had come uulgarlan
na IntBryriivd und actually iirreatenea
The enemy hx throughout nown
n astonishinsT crirruy 01 purpose
lis udvance guard haa never been i
r from me rear M in rvurai-
ng srmy. r-uriy rrioay niorir.ng ins
rBulgut.an artillery pushed on anew
jSVom Soldier, a. at and weat of the rali
nrav, liulgurlan aeoiits ovot ran the
(country, ratting off atragglara und P-
elurlng the few ramalnlOB wagons ahan-
oned In the last phai or tne titgii
Abdullah, with a majority 01 ma inn
tDlrsIng, waa ennfrontid with the grave
problem Friday morning of th WISI
of the suivlvurs. For the ahattei.d
latmy to remain would lead Ingvllgbly to
tmnints of the army being aurr nin.le t
1 ellher killed or captured rh masse
ay the enemy.
JtHORLU WEAK EVEN FOR A
j STRONG ARMY.
I Evrn lo a lotnmandei with a large
ppsrer In th pink of tlgiitlug OMtltlon
sgtrid nintlfully upplled with guns and
mn mltlon, Chorlu Is sttutegh'.aily
It could l turned without dim
iTZ.S IS BERTHA FOX!
! Mr7; YOU SBKN HER ?
PLEASE SESD HER HOME.
0T aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaefak a
3 POX. Q
Fearful leat she l.e piinlhi1 for re
maining out until 11 : o'clock nl night
Watching a fire nnr her home, llerlha
Fox, age. I fifteen year, ran away
from her home. No S Weal etreet.
ten dnya afo. KfTorta of her mother,
lira. Mary PwSI of her alater. Mrs
KieU Slum, un'1 of the police to flml
thu Klrl have proven unavailing:, anl
the frantlt rootle! haa turned to The
Evening Woiiil for aaalatance.
llertlm Fox Iwd heen employed at
llraaley (lah houae. No. .: tlreeiiwlcli
atreeti had no hoy companion, and al
waya had compiled with her molher'a
ruin that a In. muat be In tha huuae at
o'clock every night.
(in tha night prevlmia to her disap
pearance, when he returned from the
Mre. Inntind of going to her mother'
apartment on the aerond floor, she
Ml to those uf a friend, Stella John-
ton, on the flrat floor. She told Mia
Jolmaon ahe wua afraKl her mother
would whip her. In the morning ahe
left the houae. allying ahe wua going to
work. Khe did not report for duty.
"If my child will only come buck to
me," anld the mother to-dy, "every
thing nlll he forgiven 1 will not even
peak of the matter to her. 1 am heart
broken over her uuaence."
culty cither from .h southwait or
tiorthnaat. A hlg llulgaruin movement
wa already pa ported, probably by the
force that harried Mukhtar I'm ha In his
draperat retreat, which waa said to be
descending the Jlvalla Valley, wast of
the Ulranja rang.
Their objeotlv t-oald only be tha
rsllwsy line at CarkcilJ, With thU
point In the enemy's poucislon nothing
could ssve Abdullah Paaha's army. It
did not take the TurkUh general long
to make rp ttls mind. One more an
Immediate geneial retreat wa ordered
and tk remnants of the army directed
Ita atep toward the entrenched tinea at
Chalalja, wheru It was hoped a final
stand would be made
These defense, from which o much
I expected, mif, when ubjectd to th
train and atreas of War, prove a snare
and a delualnn. f'hatalja waa being
rapidly provlaloned and furnished with
munition of war. Ther alwaya has
heen an abundance of war material and
army iippU' ivallahl In Oonaiantl
nople, but a the Turk do not poaaei a
properly equipped commissary depart
. ,. .m,nie, and munition have
... ,. ( nndlsturhed tn the store of the
capital It wna no one's biulne to
00i through the Chatalja line
" ' ne W tOP Ifcg army of King
Fenllnand-unlea the powers Inter
vrllp. frorn making a dramatic entry
Into the enpits'.
TROOPS SHOOT EACH OTHER BY
MISTAKE IN DARK
Th morale nf the retreating troop
! hag been everly ehakvn, If not
I destroyed. by the ordeal through
I which tliey have pnRsed. They nr.
! In n thoroughly 'Jumpy' condition, suf
fering from what military mein call
'mauaerltls ' Those who still had rifles
I and cartrldgna left In the darkness of
Thursday nliiht saw Imaginary ene
mtea on every sld)' and let off their
rifle Indiscriminately, aa often aa not
ahootlnit a comrade. The state of the
armv In the last Ntaae of the retreat
wns pltluMe In I ne extreme Hundreds
nf men with the nln torn off their
boot walked wlt'.i bleeding feat. One
la compelled to ay a tribute of respect
und admiration to their etolrlsm.
Th Ottoman soldUr dnrlag th
awful Br dags of tortare, anffartng
ti. real ion and defeat, has alwaya
fated death cheerfully. Ha want for
daya without food and when weary,
btnnmhed leg's loirrer refused to sup-
port M. .msclated body he lay down
-. ... ,, ......
sad died as If ili.li from starvation
was part cf his every day fluty. No
fear of hie approaching end could be
seen on his :mln-rncl).l featurea.
In tux tiring line lie stood -seldom
raring to take rover with folded
amis. Id cart'-lilgc pouch empty, l.la
rifle uelo and took the fearful pun
latim oit met.d out to him without
wincing, meeting death with calm
T 10 ellle -nay have beaten the
Turkleh nrnty but tliev have not con
nected th.. Turk!!! soldier lie ha all
tli d .cltliy of a child, yet Ids courage
Is unsurpassed. Properly led. properly
tad and treated aa an or. Unary human
Ottng, he would gJ stiywhere, do any
thing. He would easily conquer fresh
worlds for Islam "
HACK AT SCUTARI
viknna. Nov 6 - The correspond nl
At Scutari of the RelOhOPOOt telegraphs
that the Montenegrins again crossed
thl li .y.ina Rive to-day. bill that thojf
met a superior forog of Turks and wi re
ponipoUad to retlrv.
Some of the Montenegrin shells hll
houses In the Christian ituart.r of
gcutgfl and a number of persons were
Wounded. The Turkish military hospi
tal also was hit hy shells fired at a
magaslnt close by.
Hptrsya lllnekmle I'lxtrndril.
WAMHINtlTO.V, Nov I Mlnlater
rl. hurman al Athens cabled tn-ilny that
ths Qreek Oovornmanl had extended tha
i a , . I .1 the coast of the Fplrus aa
i . ... Bant QUaratlta and had raUeil
I... iiockadt uf Caatro mi the Laland
Eaay to Take and Stop tha Shake.
Baa Unio i L'ugu in . 0. paf eo. 'i
ARE HURRIED TO THE
Hospital in Many Ralk.in Cen
tres Crowded With Wounded
in Week's Battle.
SOrtAi llulgarla. Nov f. .--Reinforre-
nienta oulltMIUi to pFQVSS J to the frnni
f r. mi. Mn llulganan capital In con a! '-
ible tnimhsra. Some Ser-1an troop
PaVJaw I tti-ough here yeaterday laV
Adr.anoi ataJ to Jay elrht Itattal' jni
ot volunteers. Inclixllng M a s lor. 'tn
anil ItiiaMan entraliwl Nt tin fiunt.
It It H-ported that fighting atUl .-on-Unuea
In the nelglit. irho.el of Serai and
The aapllal of lluigarla I belrai ken'
entire inonnii of the happening
around A irtaiKip an I at Tchorlu. wher
I he Tur'.i.h and Uulgarlan annlia ..re
flaThlliK Nothing h- heen published
here for fie past thren daya.
An Important Ministerial conference
was hM Una forenoon, the reauiu or
whl, h have not lieen mailt piildlc.
The hoeplta; "f Higla, PrUllpPOpolll
and other centre are crowd! with
woiirvle I mem.
Thirty foreatfn war oorrepondnt
have annoiin:el their dattelon of leaving
the HiUg'.rtan he:nliu;u-lnra ani reljrn-
Ing to t.ietr rp'tlv
. ounti lea.
(Continued from First Pag.)
reported, are already takln refuge on
the ahlp In the Uoaphorua.
IIBLIR, Wot. . Tha Tnrklah Oor
erament Intimated to tha Oerman For
eign Ooe to-day that if tha Bulgari
an entar Constantinople It will bo lm-
posslM to prvnt aa antl-OhrUtlau
nnrlelns. It was siaia on Mnu-umu.,
authortty here. Tha Initnn therefore
renewed hla appeal to the Kaiser to one
his tngnenoo with th Balkan allies to
to aa armletlce.
tier-many 1 the one power which awea
not frowned on Tin-key's rfforta to make
a ceasstlon In hostilities precede an offer
of concession to the allies Th I atnrr
and alone i an accomplish nothing, how
evwr, so there was no prospect mat me
latasi appeal from ntanlinopl wl'.l
havo n: herter result than ths earn
TurtnnANrjft OF CHRISTIANS IN
The Sultan's virtual admission thst he
rjinnoi control enrage. i -won..
sulijsci was eoiial.lore.l extnenely oiin-
nm. Tin ik,w. rg were all mailing war.
aldpa t.. TcriCah water to- lay t" prow
foreign) ra. but I here are many w o wt.i
aura'v l.i unal:e to reacli tiie iwi't
where thi fighting craft will anchor.
Aa onr of the largest clUe bl Kurop)
til graved concern l Of course felt
f.r .ntantLnonlc. I'un-lgne! a t:ie:e
their safety hy goiin
board Pic warship, hut It will be l-r.p
i Ulc so to protect the entire Christian
glsWIIIMInn whl li run Into the bUOdredl
The en, hussies and consulates ther
were all under heavy guard to-duy. !
was stutcd In dCHpa'.ches from th
Turkish capital, as were ths large
foreign business estahllsliinenta. Most
ahops have been closed and barrlcodeo
In antlolpgtlon of an outtireaa or ioui
Ing If not of WBOlaaal) murder,
lliuitlle tbrongl have nitually mad
several attempt to get from the natU
..larter. MajnfeOUl, Into the forclKn
aertlnns, Oalata ana Cera, nut tne po
Uce hsvc foiled all of them hy throw
mien the draw in Ihe bridge n cross
lh lo dell Horn, which sepal ai. - in
native and foreign dlstrlcta Foreign.
have hern warned to keep out of sta
i. nil nn l even of the localities In ilaiata
und PsTa where Mohammedans pr.
Among orthodox Mohammedan. It
was said, a strong sentiment wx de
veloplng in fuvnr of the restoratloi
ex-Sultan Abdul Humid, to whoa.. .1.
pnaltl'.n ths mass attribute Turkey
prrRent misfortunes. Fluttering
this ii...' he to him. It Is a source ot
great danger to him, It was Mgortsd
since his guard" ate understood to liav
recehed orders to kill him rather than
permit him to be rescued or to escape
Abdul remained to-day In his prison
Paliice on the AslaC- ride of the llos
SULTAN ASK & POWERS TO
iJetlnlle confirmation was lacking of
reports that aaesssofes of Christian!
are glrsftdy In progrcn at RodoatO, 00
the must of the Mea of Marmora, and ut
various Interior point! In BUfOpOgg and
Asiatic Turkey. It was doubted Icre
that any outbreaks have ei attained
Ihe proportions of massacres, but It
waa certain that many Christians have
been killed and the sltuutlon aeeroad
to be growing steadily worse.
PAiiis, Nov. f. Th. Turkish Qov-
I'rnmerit to-day usked the Powers to
Oend an additional Bfgrnhlp each 10 Con
Itantlnopli in in effort to prsvsnl un
THOUSANDS OF TURKS
STARVING TO DEATH
l.riN'iniN. Nov c, Thousand
Turkish aoloiarg are literally ata
lug to death. It was staled In
sput. lies to-dav from tha Balk I
From tha beginning of tha ramp
the Ottoman troops were on akoH
Hons With thu defeat st Kltk Iv
aah lh toed aupply dwitidlsd lu
RECORDS OUT OF
noat nolhlng. Dating the r tr -at
from l.ule arafaTgi 10 'hgtSijg the nih
w..re (IspgmtOBI Irhollj OH what they
COS 111 forage for lhenirlvre.
y rnglnii In gfafltOffl Tuiliev for fhe I
paSI week has heen like II. Kins, a
Clear) plnle. The country Wig aiVept
prm tlrlly clear of everytlilng edll.le
(lining the flrat f.-w dnK of the MftV
The def.ndera of t'.e .'hatall.i for
tlflentlnn. It was ahl. are aide to
IfjOl aufth lent prgVlilOM from onatan-
' tinopln hrely lo kp Ufa In rmrlf
'inlle. BcttttrOd gronpa of the Hul-
' Inn' broken force tn s total running
hlrh Into Ihe tliniiaand are 'etlll
wandering glBOBI the hill between
. Hie Itulgnrliin frontier and (ha Tu.ikl"ii
i The retreat nf theae pnrllea toward
ConttafrlllWpiN la . ut off by the iiuig -I
hine They either will not or fggf 10
Hurrender. Man "f the fugitive are
desperately wou nded Moat of them
have been W Ithout fond for ilava.
Some have atlOl and eat. n the parlih
iloua Which rinun wild t'lroughout mot
of Tnfkoy lait not many have any
Hunted like aavage animal by ill
enemy. aufferlng from negleeted
wound, foodlea end half nak(l, the
are dying hv whoteanle. according t..
Iiiilaarlati ..Mirer wtio have returned.
Invalided or on military lutein, from
he scant of hoatllttlsa to Hoa
TURKS CLAIM VICTORIES
OVER THE GREEKS.
CONST AM T LNOVUB, Nov. fj.-That
Turk have repulsed a ilreek .tttack on
SaloniOn wa aaaerted In the Turkleh
t.eij(p,iier here to-day.
The (Ireek advan'-e on Monastic ha
aleo tieen OtMOgaji twonty mile south of
It dag Una lion, It Wai announced. The
tin eke h.at heavily, It w said, and .. I
lateat accounts were throwing up ln
tranjcfhfnsntl In an gffort to aave them
elvea from belnff ooftkplstsly routi-d.
A victory by Kum.l r-ha at Hcutarl
was claimed, too. By a desperate sally
he drove the Montenegrin from thlr
position on Tarahoach Mouagnln, killing
many und napturlng a iiut.it.er of oan
nun. The Constantinople (kivernment ha
announced so many Imaginary victories
however, that It Intent claim did cot
pruduoe much linpreaalon.
AUSTRIA A BARRIER
TO PEA CE A GREEMENT.
VIENNA, Nov. 6 The attitude of the
Austro-lluiigarlan Oovernment In re
gard to the projiosal )f Premier Poln-
ire for the adjustment uf the llalkan
.situation la clearly stated to-day In the
Natli Praia Pre which aay:
The preaent military situation in the
llalkana cannot he decisive for the so-
itlon of the whole Kutcrn cuestton.
n mler Polncare gives to the llalkan
States more 1ihan themaelves have do-
manded. The jiroposul which I a moat
riidlonl etpresalnn of p.u.-siavut ten-
ncles Is so oiie-alded that It can har.l
flnd the approval of all the Powers
nd partloularly of Austria-Hungary,
the Iras so, as nothing Is said r-asardlng
the future of Arhaiila. This Is a quea-
lon which la of the greattst Irhportanca
oth to Austria-Hungary and Italy." -
The anxiety of Austria-Hungary that
Servlg -Ciail not occupy Albania, and
Otua securo that oiatlot on the Adriatic
Sea which the Horvlans are so desirous
of. will probaoly provide a great bone
Servla hae tsren warned already from
Vienna that her armies have gone fur
enough lo the west. This warning Is
'apatvasd today hy tho seml-offlnlal
'renwhrnhlalt. Afti'r praising the Ser
vian soldier for tlxdr humanlly, the
The Servian having npprowhefl the
frontier of a territory occupied wlth-
i xceptlon hy Albanians, It Is bODOd
and ( xh. ted now that Servla will avoid
the raising of those difficult! which
the historic character of the Albanians
prove lnsurnioiinitable. The most ele
ment. iry Justice demands that tle prln-
gplg of the Halkans for the llalkan
poop! shall also he to the advantage
' the Albanians.
Pi luce tihlrka, the Prealdent of the
Albanian National Coinmleslon, It I
ald Is to be provlalmod King of Al
TURKISH STEAMER SINKS.
FORTY ARE DROWNED
iNSTA.NTSA. Houmanla, Nov. L
The Turkish stenmahlp Chanlee sank !n
the Black Sea to-day. a.ippoeislly from
haWlnS struck a itUne. The crew and
about forty passengers are reported
I rs Oil on Fire. Ola- of Horns
Wnlle pouring kerosene oil un thu
fire, to-day, In ardor to make it burn
tore rapliily, Anna llodomman, forty
nine years of ago, of No. all West On
Hundred and 'Phlrty-flfih alreet, was
huriiiHl about the .-heat and head, a
g hurst of flame spouted up. She was
removed to the J. Hood Wright Hoapltal
where she .lied in several hour.
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TO POLLING PLACE
Bull Moon Candidate Bitted
Over His Last Shot at
OYSTaM BAT, If, V.. Nov R.-.fter a
ho, morning at all oorrtapcindenc t'oi.
WoOggVOll wa driven in h'a auto to the
polling place at Ihe llttl I engine tiome
at Oyeter Hay, arriving tliere at five
ir.ln.it aft,,- II o'cU It W'ltli him In
the machine were Jamc and Italpli
mo. hie atrvaiiti; Homard Brooki and
t'tmrlea I.ee. the Ilooaevei'. coachmen.
William BgHy and William Car gard
ener, and Arthur Merrlam, hi claiuf
feur. Wlllliim Gardner, former gardener
at Sagamore HIM, who came from ten
uis to vote for the Colonel, arrived i
) few minute later. Itooaevelt wa met
at the entrance to the hooth hy Robert
DuvwJI, a young lawyer.
"Do you know how to vote the Bull
Monc ticket?" asked lnivall, showing
Ihe Colonel a sample bsllot.
"I think so," said the Progressive
candidate, examining the ballot closely
Followed by a crowd of villagers, half
I a doxen photographers and the member-
Of las party, the Colonel enured the
polling place and signed the bosk, His
ballot was number
"Here goes snnther Hull Moose vote,"
some one shouted a the Colonel, smil
ing broadly, entered the booth.
It took him just four minutes to mark
his ballot. Then he posed for several
flashaa-hta, and n the last explosion
died away he said:
"Last call for the barbecue"' referring
to the annual election celebration nt
Orator Bay to-night. Still followed by
the crowd, Itooaevelt went hack to his
auto, wher he waited while the mem
bers of his houaeuhoM oust their liallof.
1 am .having a QUI at (My," said thl
Colonel. "This afternoon Mrs. Itooae
velt and I are going to take a walk."
The COMMaJ aahl that he would go In
his editorial office In New York on
Thursday or Friday.
"I think I cinched Senator Root last
night," aald Qpl, Koosevelt. referring
to hi attack on the Senator und John
1. Mllbum. I.oul Marshall slid William
D. (luthrle. New York lawyers, In his
speech In Oyster Buy laat night. "I'm
not through with tlieoe four gentlemen,
either, whatever the outcome of the
election may be. I wish they had
made their statements about me thirty
days afto If they had done so I would
have hammered them and their sup
porters out of the ring."
Joseph French, pa)l clerk, explaluod
why It wa not necessary for Col.
Itounovi-lt to huve registered personally
In order to he qualified to vote. Al
though personal registration I requlreu
In New York City before un election.
In the rural district a voter who rast
hla vote nt the lust general eleotlon
1 thereby enroiieo, mm ir in tne earn
district at thf next general election
may vote without personal rcglstru
BULL MOOSE RS RAGE
WHEN SOLDIERS ARE
CHALLENGED AT POLLS.
Three was a tompeslu m argument In
Uie Tlaafd BlOCtlOn 1 lstt let of the Sec
ond Ward of New HOOIMIM to-duy
when John J. U'Bfleji, Chairman Of th
lilac-lion llsajlax g I II li u Republican, chal
iiml the rlgiiit of sixty aoldlers from
Fort Siooum to vole. O'Brien's chaJ
lenge was technical.
The soldiers hud beet duly registered
from Fort SlOOUOh The Bull Moose-.,
churn I that o'Brlon wan .Imply trying
to koep RoOOOVall vote nut of the bal
lot box. Heretofore the oldlers east
practl"Uy a solid bliK-k of Hepubllcan
vuttss, ono with the New ltocihelle ma-
lilne they had tieen declledly person :
grata. Now that they have tu.-ne 1
Bull Moose the complexion of things
The row, whl h came almet to it
physical claah, was termintel by Dep
uty Stule Superintendent of Flections
illiivcr, who telephoned to O'Brien 10
allow tba BoddtOTO to swear In the
votes, it. ugrct-o to in.s, on saojrx 1
luiother row hy refusing to put the
ddle:-a' ballot In the liallot box.
There was a long wransle over this,
but the Bull Itoogarg ware again vlc
torlout and the soldier' vole waa In
serted In the ballot box.
2-Uuait, nnn. burning; made In two parta.
each part with handle, tin cover Shoulder
on l.iai.le ctlon nrevent bottonii. coming
AND CURTAIN GOODS
bail ramus CirWTAJ.nr imxaf
afllNOH In aevcral . .dors i ri I
co'nbllliLt Ion ...iloi-w two varda s-
DOOM PArlBXiB V'ttlngham net
luedalllon centre. -Sxtlf in
value -5c. McCrory'a Prlo. Q
CUBTAIM XiOOPS --Cotton mercer
land and xilk; ball top tasael. In
-sortc.t colors una C, , tn.
I nilABE CUST4IW sou- sgtend to
la Irs ball a nit con,, trimming
)rtM Ulj giv,,r; wni IKlt ril1
. .orte,l aliea at
Hackensack. N. J.
OF "OLD DAYS"
Society Hoik Attend Matinee
That Attracts tS.000
. pci a I ko The KtMilr W..rl.l .
HEI.MONT PARK ItA njg .oritSE.
N V . Noi
wna a suggestion
nir dm" eery
till prctt race
tf co. use. there
g.MMl old ra-c
on tinned at
r hi afternoon.
a-re not any It, 11 as there uaed to he,
bin tf,agl or more dyed-bi-lhe-wiail
' boas' ' i .lks saw ioi t thai on, pared
favorsbl, with anything th old dxy
OgllfOrTilg never had anything on .h
weat.her for the occasion here. It wa
PTOtty nOnrly porfact. The one 'rnln
fr.mi l-'lAttmsh ae4iue station brought
s fine i.- k us crowd t.. the ivyurse.
aiii.tint I ho in many women. Th ixing
I-i.i ...I horsey set eim In autoiiKiblles,
and by Ihe lime the old familiar bugle
.ailed the field to the pot in the
opening event you OOttld pick m in fs
mllla. faces from Ihe throng on the
lawn and those gathered tlirough th
uranl stand. The occasion was a mow
of reunion for many There ws
IrlOUgb of the "peofeey lonal" element
prasjant to lend a lettlng atmoihere
to the occasion, ball there rnun't any
thing like open betting. lYlvate wafers
were malo here and there, tool the
OrOIrd evidently wasn't vitally lntereat
ed In specitlallon.
Johnny Waller, who used to accapt
wagera In the elubtiou during the old
times, was on the Job. and so was Kd
d.e Burke. Al Stoke, too, was inter
ested, as were Dave i!dr,)n and Kddle
McDonald. But If they had any finan
cial Interests In tho day doing they
kept It well o themse ve. Others no
ticed here and there were:
Mr. and Mrs S. Townsend Burden. II.
A. Bowne. II A BnOh, Mr and Mr
August Belmont. Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Bull, Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Vincent.
Andrew Miller. Eugene Wood. Supreme
Court Juatlce gc Odder, Raymond Bel
mont, Allan Plnl.erton. 0, F Alpers.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hitchcock.
Frances R. MHobOOOk, Osgood Fell, W,
H. Orace, B. O. Follansby. John Wal
ter and many others.
Af the start of the flrat race Mr.
Welia Clarke's Coventry bolted and ran
half way around the track before Mr.
Bamberger, who was up. rould stop
FIRST RACK. -The Pyossot hurdl
plate of $30h. nf w hl h M to tije ' oni
Ihorse fo- three-year-clds and upward:
bOUt two miles over hurdles Not ultt,
HS i J. Clark). H to .". and out. flrt;
Faultle.i, 129 i F. Alpers), I to 5 and
out. aaaondj Coventry, 1CH i M. Bam
btrgror), :o to 10 and out, third. No
nCO.Vtl SLVF.-The Retribution
Cballanga cup for IJOO; cup to be ken
hy v. Inner untli next tnec:: flve-yeor-o.ds
,in-l upward ll'elili Carter. l.'O
i Appletonl. 7 to Ii flrst; HarcUlold,
1M i F. Alpatrg), I to 1". -ori'!; Ro k
Abhey. lfa iHrlncei, no betting. Dur
Itno the flrst part of the race Ood
nat. on whom the mid were 1
foil an I threw bl t i ler. F. K
Slade, With his brtdie hanging
hla forelegs, he paced tho winner for
Lord & Taylor
Annual Sale of
Will he continued throughout the week.
With many additional offerings of reason
able silks at unusually attractive prices.
A Special Lot of Soft
Black Dress Satins
40 inches wide.
Rpgulnrly .00 per yard
4Bla k Charmetise Silks i
j-i inchrs wide, n fine dress silk ($if..$0
RffcUilarly $0.00 per yard )
Meteor Crepes )
In white, ivory and cream. S4S
Regularly f .8 3 per yard )
goo Lengths of Silks
All wide Roods, in a variety of colorings. ( $1.2
Formerly $2 00 & $3.00 jier yard )
3 j inches wide, a very desirable dress
silk. Regularly $1.45 per yard )
Large Showing of Taupe Shades in
Silks and Satins
Broadway & 20th
mii btfVTC he tiimtl off Ihp
hindlrsspi $! tj$M
rMnncr, about slit
- Kdrttry htvtiwclffnl
l1tflln riilf-rs; A:iiut
Pirn nf P;nlf tn th-
rurtonfi on th Hilt.
F. Johnson's Heybourne. Ids (H, at, II.
Tii'-ker). 1 to i. won: P. Stevenson's
I'etlls Cbeaveanx. IP iK Tu ker), 4 to
I. 7 to a, seiond: .1 M. Colgllo'a Hekle.
1 "Mr. 'ardlm. In to I. il to I, third
No time taken. Also ran: Former Ram
page. John A. Monroe. Blundara. Dolly
Varden, Travel Ught. Pluto.
At the flnla i of the third race here
this afternoon Rlrklc, rld.lcn by R. 0.
Oiwden, II , who waa flghtlng It on
with K. P. Stevenson on PlUIOOOal for
second place, swetved sharply to the
left after passing the grand stand and
-an down Kdwsril BtsptlgflO. a lleia'.l
photographer who was standing close to
the track tr ing to get a picture TrlOfg
Is no gtisrd rail at this point, Stephanu
was whirled over end over on t,he
ground, the ihoraes hoofs striking hlai
repeatedly. He was taken lo one of the
cottage, that border the track. It wa
found I hat he was only sllghlly Injured
He had been knocked unconscious by
the horse' hoof.
Fnt'RTH RACK Toukawav steeple
chase handicap; M; about two mile
and a half over th regulation course
Miss Chamb left's like Ornln. IV, (D
Hughes), I to ! won; F. Sepels's Mai -donlan.
144 lAlper.si. to I. second. B
'I'uskerinan's O'Connor, IS! iKlen.hi. J
to I, third. No time tnken Only th; . e
starter O'Connor lost rider at lesi
Jump, was "a nointed and finished thlfd
PTOMAINE KILLS BLUECOAT.
Pnlllnn Place When
.lames J. Furrell. a patrolman of the
Rill Thlrty-flfth tret tatlon, living j
at No. i Chicago avenue. Klmhurst.
stricken with ptomaine poisoning
while on duly near a p.l"ng place at I
No 7M Ninth avenue lids morning and I
died in the Polyclinic Hospital.
Farrel! was fifty-two year old and I
wa sent with Sergeant (largan of the
West Sixty-eighth atre.-t station to ihe
pulling place of the Twenty-fourth
taction District of tne Steven th as-
mbly District, to b on hand when 1
the noil opened. About half an hour
nftof the votlut began Farrell was
taken 111 and was ent to the hospital.
The Crime of Waste
You've een lotg of people
who, though they eat a-plenty,
do not grow strong or healthy.
They tvasfe their food because
they do not assimilate it.
"It is not the food we eat that
keeps us alive, but what we
H-O Oatmeal is one of the most
readily assimilated of foods.
It is the one oatmeal fit to eat
after only 20 minutes of cooking
by you, because it is the one
oatmeal first cooked over two
hours at the mill.
When you eat H-O after cook
ing it 20 minutes you get all the
nourishment possible out cf the
oats. There is no wa".e about it.
Begin ealir.g H-O tomorrow.
The H-O Company. Buffalo.N.Y.
Makers ot H-O. torte.dnd Prto
St.; 5th Ave.; 19th St.
i c i
I the oy steatn-ookedJ
Royal Blue Line
EVERY EVEN HOUR
FROM LIBERTY STREET
' 10 Min.tr. tarller froas 2M Street)
PULLMAN CARS AND MODERN
COACHES ON ALL TRAINS.
O AM Washington, Pittsburgh
O - and Chicago. Obsrrva-I
lion Parlor and Dining Cars. I
1 f AM Washington, Cincinnati.
M. J Louisville and St. Louia.1
Parlor and Dining Cars. ,
1 O NN Washington, Wheeling ,1
A a Columbus and Chicago.
Parlor and Dining Cars.
O PM "ROYAL SPECIAL."
aCt 5 Hours to Washington.
Observation and Parlor Din
A PM "ROYAL LIMITED."
""" 5 Hour to Washington.
Dining Car, Parlor and Ob
servation Club Cars.
C PM Washington, Pittsburgh,
VJ Cloveland and Chicago.
rarlor and Dining Cars.
7 PM Washington, Cincinnati, I
"" Louisville and St. Louis.
Parlor and Parlor Dining Car.
1 OA AM From Liberty Street.'
I .JU mmm Baltimore, Washington,!
Cincinnati and Chicago.
Sleeping Car open 10 p.m.
Laat boat Iron W. 2 3d Street
at 11.50 P. M. , I
I or Ticket and Rervilnns call at I
Ticket Office. 24S, 370, t.. I JS4, 1400 '
Brnadway, 7 Cortian.lt St.. 228 Fifth
Ave., ill W I2sth St.. 2 is Celuaibaa
At., and 4 Court SI., 470 Nostraad
Av., Broeklyn ; Terminal at Wnt 2 Jd
SI. and Liberty St.
In evtr liuuat-liolrl you will ilea amon
ill toilet necltls BOSSS ort of rinl
. IJ. In th form o: lther a tablet, solu
tion or powder. Many of the antlsptl'
pre pa rations contsin poisjns.
Th value of un s'-solutelr bsrml
aatlasptlc powder, as BontpafOd wita a
POlaononi tablet or solution. Is appsrsnt
!'i every cnr. and lhat Is on reason why
physician vervhr hsv strongly ri"
omtandd Tyree'a Antiseptic I'owder.
Dlsaolva Instantly in water. od when
uietl as a douche la utlocells.i. A 2T.
rem packet n.ak two gallOM of atanrl
ird solution Hold liy drusgtats very
n here, .--.ii j f..r seonlel and ri mub
J. S. Tyrre. t hen lat lVlilnglon. D. C.
FOR MEN and WOMEN
No Money M A
Down J- Week ;
runt nf thin ,fnk iir i n'-si h'inil-Uiilorrd
KftrniPntf t pflftfl nun Ii hmrr ihwn I
thilt .Kin nrr iii'i iisliiiiip.l t ih.
316 West 125th St., nr. 8th Av.,
2858 3rd Av., 149th St., Bronx i
i jii inn iBitdi nr)i".
LA iH KV AMI (1 KVI I HM KN H
.UTMIN4I. pfrni AND Hi
rOATI twM ! 'Wr)f DfWM
MANHATTAiv CLOTHING CO.
IS14N ltd Air., rati ?3d St. Open risgs.
All lital or fniiri'l artlrl mI
Tflwil.Ml In Th World trill b
Mftnl at I I if Unrld. Infnrnn
tlon llni .in. I'liHtier HuUdlfUt
r Mil', Park How i World
I'ptnw n Office nnrthnrtt ror-
nrr .'IMIl M. tnd Hroutlvtt.ri
World. Hurl I-mi (If fire. !4J
Wct 1'J.Mii Mt.. and World
Brooklyn Offlre, 20J WtMhlnv
ton HI.. Drnokbn, for SO dnya
fnlloHlitgi t ir in i in jr ot tho
XOpc-usan Account 1
y .00 Down on $50 I
m $5.00 Down on $75 I