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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 91, 1919.
TURKEY REJECTS PEACE
TERMS OF BALKAN ALLIES;
(OonCnunl fioin Fit at rage.)
arid that the incident wo ill be ssttie I
exhausted by their strenuous
LONDON, Nov 21 The Unitarian
terms of pearr arc Imnoselhlf, arwnrd
Ing to tha litand Vlsler. Ho mtd this
ststrment to the eurrrspondent of tha
naiiy Mnii at CVnstsntlnnple at 10 A.
M. to-day, before tha terms were rt
Isetsd. Klamll J'asiia aald:
"I received laat night rommunlrs
tlen through thr Russian Anibaaaador I
to Turkey of tha tarma whlrh tha j
Mutant hum suggest for an armlsllrn1
aa a orellmlnarv to the dlaruaalon of
tha l ami a of peace.
'Tha tarma ara Impossible and Snlaaa
thay am radically altered tha war will
"The Bulgarian ask for the aurrend
af of Adrlnnoplr, Mrutarl. Jsnlna and
tlia Chatatja lines."
BULGARIAN' 3 FALL BACK TEN
MILES ON FORT LINKS.
Hellable ey-wltnesses of tha fighting
on tha Turkish left wing at I'hatsIJa re
port that It appears to have raaultad 1n
tha Uulgarlans retiring along tlia road
from Tapaa Hurgas inward tlia village
of t'hatalja, accurdln to tha corre
spondent of tha Dally Newa. One re
port aaya they (ell back ten miles.
It appears, according to thin .orre
apondent, doubtful whether the enthu
alaatlr deecrlptlons by tha Turkish
prssa of victories on tha right wing
are reliable. The Turkleh losena here
have been admittedly heavy, but tha
arrival of troopa frogn Kyrla haa ftir
ther strengthened the Turklah defenaa.
It la also evident that the aupply and
commissariat difficulties of tha Otto
man army have been somewhat re
lieved. Wounded Turklah ofrlrera highly com
pliment the Inspiriting effect of tha
energy shown by (Jen. von Horhwasch
tar. to whom some of them attribute a
great part of the credit for the defenas
ob the Turkish right wing.
It Is clear that the llulgarlana have
evacuated the positions facing the Uam
ktleh forts, according to the Times cor
respondent. The Turks followed the re
treating Bulgarians with their artillery
which has a longer range.
"1 cannot understand tha Bulgarian
operations. Their withdrawal is possi
bly a feint, but If so why did tliey make
auch strenuous efforts to entrenoh themselves."
The correspondent auggeats that the
Bulgarians may have Imagined they
would have an easy path to Constanti
nople or perhaps she Bulgarian sjenerals
ware ordered to make a demonat ration
without seriously committing thslr
troops. Hs adds:
TURKS MASSED IN STRENGTH
"Ths Turka are massed In sifh
strength on the llanmoud Pasha llnss
that they look as though they would be
able to resist Indefinitely any attempt
of the. Bulgarians to approach them It
ths so amy a forward movement should
oonitow aa extended aa It baa bean dur
ing ths last fsw daw. Tits Bulgarians
have retired to ths till Is In ths Unniedl
ats vicinity of ChataUa village and ths
Turkish troops have reoncupled soma of
the Tillages on the Plain facing the Hatn
kttsh farts. Whatever may be ths lm
per tame of this movesoacH It has acted
aa a strong tonic to (hs spirit of ths
Naxtto Pasha, ths Turklah oom
mander In-chief, In a further telrgrem
to the Ottoman War Office to-day says:
"According to reports Just received
Turkish reconnoitring patles hsve con
firmed the report that the enemy hud
abandoned the trenrhes he had dug
during the laat three days faniag tha
line of lorts In tha suns which tie had
occupied. The lt.il artans have fallen
back at certain points as much as four
and one-half nilleg from the Turkish
Unas. A number of wounded and many
lea. I bodlea were found In the Bul
garian trenches besides rifles, ammuni
tion and other equipment"
Ths Bulgarian losses In dead and
wounded durlin; the flffhtlng at
Chatalja totalled H.nno, according to
official advices telegraphed by a special
correspondent from Constantinople to
day. Terltlc dan, age was done to the
Hulaarlan column, which attacked the
Turkish left wing, particularly by the
shslts from ths Turkish warshtpa Oae
of these fall on a Bulgarian ummunltlon
train, which sspiodsd, resulting In great
loaa of Ufa.
IM'DAl'KST, Nor. !1.-The sound of
guns at sea could be heard at the
southern entrain to the liosphorus to
day, according to a message from 'on
Mantlnopls. It could not be scjouirted
for. NasHn rasha reported to the Sui
ts to-day that the Bulgarians hsvs
fallen back four mllaa from the trenches
outside and paralleling tha ha'al)a
line of fortlflcatlons.
TOWN OF FLORIN A.
ATMKN'ft, Mreere, Nov. 21 -Greek
troop have occupied the Turkish town
of Plorlna. to the south of Monastic,
ltd cut off the resr guard of the Turk
lah army rctrsatlng from Monsstlr after
lis capture hy the rtervlans.
The Turklsii soldiers who succeeded
In escaping through the Hervlan Unas
around Monastlr number about IVi.rm
Large quantities of ammunition and
stores fell Into the hsnds or the tireeks
v, hen they cut off the nvir guard.
FRANCS WARNS TURKEY
PARIS, Nov II. France to-day
notified the Turklah (lovrrnmsnt that
she would hold Turkey responsible
for any vlolsnre against Christians
and aaksd her to adopt rigid precau
tionary measures to prevent sny out
breaks. France took this step In fulfilment
of her duty as recognised protector
or Chrlstlsns In the orient and as a
nit of reports that massacres or
Christians wore possible In dlfTctcut
parts of ths Ottoman Umpire.
HYDE FORCED HI
0 LEND CUMMINS
(Continued from Klrst I'age.)
Company than we should. I asked him
why he did not deposit more of the
city funds with the truer company,
nnd he aald: 'Oh, hall, I've trot 11,000,
000 of the city funds there now.'
"Then Mr. Hyde told me he was keep
ing city funds In the Northern Bank
merely because Itelchman and Cum
mins were my friends. 1 repeated that
I could not make the loan. Thsn Mr.
yds said to met 'Ton aavs got to
help thsss boys ot XH bars a oasok up
there at your bank to-morrow mors
tag for svery oeat of city money
"Cummins setd to me: 'If the money
Is not forthoonslng by to-morrow morn
ing, th.i Hniklng Department will close
us up.' Mr. Hyde took up the ronveraa
tlon and said to me: 'If you will lend
these boys the money, I will stop with
drawing city money from ths North
ern Bank and will agree to place on
deposit with you Just ns much money
as you loan them.
If yo 1st them hsvs hslf a
million dollars I will deposit a
similar amount of tne otty's funds
with you. If yon aavs nay friends
la ths backing- business wtoo will
make loaas to thsss boys, I will
Aspostt OS per eat. mors city
f nalts with them. Anything yon
do for thsss boys yon do for me.
"I agreed then to try to make the loan
by o'clock rtie next morning, llyd
asked me ir I knew why my hank (tho
Northern) had not been receiving nlty
funds earlier In the year. I said I sus
pected and he seld ho could tell me thst
Comptroller Premlcr-gust, who had
piined aa my rrletid. had hecn oiponi-d to
having the lty make deposit with my
hsnk. I aald I could not nndoi stand
lliat--tllat I'r. nilcrguat l.inaned to keep
his own hanks full to overflowing all the
time with city funds."
ARRANGES TO MAKE LOAN TO
Q. After that conversation, ahnt did
you do with references to the Northern
Hank? A 1 telephoned to the members
of my executive committee to meet ms
In my office next morning at 9 o'clotk.
This sun the It rat time I had ever had
a meeting of the committee Id my office
all the others had been held In the
Northern tl.mk Itseir. 1 told thu com
mittee of my meeting with Mr. Hyde
and that he bad put It up to me to loan
ths CnihfKif Trust Company 130,0U0
that very mornlnK, and that I had
uxreed to sell to the Carnegie Trust
Company clly bonds Woitti tl.Kl.'rti and
to lend the proceeds of thst sale to the
Carnegie Trust Company, So that Its
Ivxiks would show the 11.1), T demanded
bv the mate Banking Department.
I "11 had been .istecd a: our mooting
tha night before, win n Hyde grai ItM re.
i thst the I'arnegle Trust wss to give n
ins collateral fo rthe tim.nrn loan certain
I mortgages It held and also to hssImii to
M p"r cfll, of all Its own csp! si
stOI h, When I had eaBtallted .it nils In
the UMMllelM toe loan sai ofdsrgd
Q At th meeting In Hyde's office.
wa. anything said regarding deposits
or city funds? A. Yes. I told Mr
Hyde he could I ol grestlv IngreSSS city
deposits In the Northern Bank, R
aahsd whv i ssid we already had
alKiut $l2'.o'ia Of the cltj'n fund, and
thst We were otilv Imnde I ror 1110,000,
tin he could not plnce noire than $.1".-
ooo additional with lie mil 'Ok,
to hoU with your bond. If It had not
been for Prendenrast yon nsvsr wonld
have had to give a bond at all to guar
antee the elty arataat loea. 111 rat
your bona to von soon nn l ,
not have to give 'is a new one, a.
deposit Inst, as mnca money with yon
so I want to.
"IrfltT. I went to Mr Hyde s otTI e
snil complained t' at he wnn no! miking
the additional deposits with us He
said he was shy on elty funds lust then,
but thst n soon a the tsses began
coming In hi would grently Increase
Q Was the nsme of Hoy Baldwin,
President of the Kniplre Trust Compsny,
mentioned at the conference In Hyde's
nfflct ? A. Yes, two telephone calls were
sent to hl borne on the Jersey roast 1n
an effoit to get him to come to the Bid
or ths camegie Csmpaay.
That concluded llnbln's direct examination.
UNDER THE FIRE OF
etter began bis ross-egamlna-
iisklug lltdiln to na.ne all the
tlnanclaJ OOncorM In which he woe In
terested In August, UM, nnd the bsnh
wrecker took eiveinl minutes to name
Mr Bteiicr look up the merirer or the
Itlveralde and the Hamilton hinks Into
the Northern Hank, nnd made ROblh
drlb' the transaction In i onsldrrnble
detnll. Ha then look up the devious
journeys Of 1 1 ',.'' worth of bonds from
the Hnnkers llenlty and SSCUtity Com
lsny to the Houth Hhore Trnetbm Com
pggty In the name or rtceretary Mtrtrls, a
io.Otsi a year employee, which l'.ohln hsd
lilmseir IgnilSjhl out In gTsal didall dur
ing his own bankrupt tf proceeding.
when he aotad as his own lawyer.
Holdn ndtnlttexl that he had "borrowed"
some or thorn. Ixitule from Morris. Mr
Utener pressed hint ror his rensons ror
examining Morris during the 'bank
I was Irving, raid llontn, to get
from Morris nil the Information I could
after ha had sworn nie Into Jail."
"Isn't It the truth." sneered Mr.
(tteuer. "Ih"t tl real reason you
pressed Morris for nn explanation was
that you bad been accused of steollng
some of thoee bonls?'
I never heard any such charge
made," said Itobln.
(The convicted Ixnker admitted that
mot of the corporations In whlrh ha
was Interested weie In the same eulte
or afWOSJ on the el th floor tit tin-
h:euer asked about the relations h
twcn the Noithern Hank and the Cat- !
haf le Trtlfll Commaay, a id RoMn sdmll
led thai the Northern Hank In 110 bad'
V ,SM on iliposlt with the tstneglc
INSISTS IT WAS NOT A DUMMY '
"Wasn't ffSBI a dummy deposit?" de.
"No. We thought Climating wa
worth IC.fl0o.0nn and thai Kelehmann
was sarth hslf a million."
ti. And yet, believing these two men
wr worth 5,600.hl0. you iiermllterl
Ihrm to take you to Mr. Hyde's oftle
tO be begged for a loan of lM,0t0f
U Was there not In tha Northern
Hank In August. ISIS, I large amount
of Carnegie Trust Company stock -put
the-e as collateral for loans, among
t - riOII 0 iri to It. f. ()'Ne.lll !
.teuer explained he asked these
auaaUVM to show thai the Northern
Hunk would have been hard hit by the
fnlltire of the Carm aH Trust Company
nnd that this was the real reason Robin
made the 1 StO.onO ..un to the tottering
CarnegleTrust, nnd not heiBMhM Hyde
FORCED TO MAKE ADMISSIONS
AS TO SOME LOANS
Robin, thereupon, was for-el to admit
lha Northern Bank hsd loarned O. J.
Walsh, an employee of the Carnegie
Truet Co (and used as a dummy In
making losr.el. $hV.,0iri In August. 1W.
and had taken the truet compsny stock
aa collateral ror the loan, so that the
hsnk would have lost thst sum by the
allure of the truM company. Itobln ad
mitted that at thst time he personally
nod borrowed I2S0.O00 from the Corneals
Mr. flteusr then took a new tack and
stked when nobln first knew he was to
he lndl-te1. The hanker fiord ths date
as January, 1911, and could not he flxsd
to admit hs had known of It earlier.
"Old you not," asked Writer, "on Dec.
M, mo', o to a sanatniium for the
Insane conducted by Dr. Carlos Mc
I'onold. knowing that on 'hat or ths
next day you would hs Indicted for
Strenuous efforts of Mr. Stealer to con
tinue this line, of questioning were
halted by Justice (loff, but not until ths
Jury had ihesnl the whole story of
Itobln's flight to the snnatarlum In an
apparent effort to escape Indictment.
Itobln refused to give his right nsme
on the ground that It might Incrimin
ate him In another country.
A I.ArMIR I'HOTOtlHAVl HI. fllKK.
A I'hotogravure ot I'reeldSnt - FJtect
need row vviiflon and all fsraiiv win bs
slven rrse for ths oiipoa) with nent
STEAMER ADMIRAL DEWEY
ASHORE AT JAMAICA.
HE DIDN'T KNOW I
IF HE MARRIED
HE M COURT
Had Some Drinks, Went to
City Mall, Then Was
Robbed, Youth Says.
Wslter Carman was puxzled In tde
West Hide Court to-tlny. He was there
to mako a complaint against a woman
calling herself Mrs. Mshclle Carman,
whom he sccioo-d of robbing him of 'tis
watch and thnln In her flat at. No. 2a't
West One Hundred and Koui th stre sf,
with the atd of two hlg, muaruUr m?n.
"Hasn't s wire a right to anything h r
! or band posseeses?" asked the fall de
fendant "It Is so assumed," Judicially replied
Magistrate Murphy, who has no wife.
"Then you can't hold me because he's
my husband." ssid Mrs. Csrmsn.
Mr. Csrmsn, who Is young ami appar
ently of a most trusting disposition,
seemed Inclined to swoon. On the rep
resentations of the woman Magistrate
adjourned the hearing until to-morro-,
fixing hall In her case at CGOO. A man
giving the name of John Morton Splnd
ler, and describing himself as a bro
ker of No. yrj Washington avenue, the
Hrcm. wtio was arrested In the court
room ss an accessory, was also held In
Hash It all," said Mr. Carman, who
ame to New York from England seven
ears ago, Is In ths brokerage business
In Wall street and lives nt No. 611 West
One Hundred and Elghty-nrst street,
but this g quite embarrassing. I as
sure you. Wults enrbarrasslng. indeed.
'.Maybe I did msrry the lady. I don't
bellev I did. but It Is quite possible. If
did t am her fifth husband, and she
has three husbands living. Fancy!
"If I am married to her then her
sme l Mabelle Preston Sperry-Albey-
Slmpson-Holtx-Curtls-Carman. I mt
r a year ago when she mas getting a
KINGSTON, Jamaica, Nov. Jl. The
American fruit steamer Admiral Dewey
Is reported to have gone ashore early
to-day at llorky Tolnt at the eastern
snd of ths Island. The wrecker Hsllef
has Rone to her assistance.
60 West 23rd Street
One Door from McCroery's
CLOSING OUT $50,000 STOCK OF
J. STONE & BRO., PHILA.,
ENTIRE 8,000 LADIES', MISSES' AND MEN'S
Condensed Into One Great Lot for
Final Closing Out
. n , . a value as
Johnny Loats, roio oats,
Chinchilla Coats, Velour Coats,
Skating Coats, Imported
English Raincoats and Over
coats of every description.
High as $35
OR TORPEDO BOATS OF
BULGARIA DESTROYED? I
taDFlA. Bulgaria, Nov. It.-The Turk- I
I eh cruiser Hamldlah Is reported to hsvs
been blown up by Uulgarlsn torpsdo
boats near the port of Verna on ths
lilack Sea. No conflrmatlon of ths re
port has bssn recrlvsd at ths War
OONmAfJTlNOi'UK. Nov 2L In an
attsck on the Turkish cruiser Hatnidlah
in the lilack Hea satly to day two Vul
garian torpedo boats are aassrtsd to
hsve fccen sunk and two other torpedo
boats badly battered. The liamldtsh Is
said to have escaped praotlcally without
TIENNA, Aus"ls, Nov. tl MiaaWOf
Francis Joirph rxuttored h admiration
St the way the tlu'iurtun troops had
behsvrd il irlr.g the war. In the course
of a SPt i n to tne Hangirt m deIogat s
st a bsnq-ie: list vc.,lng. u tr- otio r
i. and. however. Ills Majesty declsred he
could not Ufldets and wh the fortunes
f war a'ert s , unfavorable to the Turks
Referring to the t-'li pitch of an Auttro
Hungsrlsn Coniu ar ottic'al tu luvssil
gats the iltuatlua tl 1'il-iend the
ligsperor rxptetssd ths hope that ths
tsvorts pualUiicd rsgsid.ng the Servian
tteatment of the Austro-llungirisn
Consul tbete, would provs sSagf "ftttd
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divorce fiom Curtis. She wss older
lhan I, but she told me love knows
Abo :t a week ago I went to her flat
one morn'ng nnd we had tome drinks,
Then we went to the t'lty Hall and got
something for which I paid Where
we went lifter tbnt I don't know The
dsv wns quite hazy. I didn't come to fur
a connle of days, and then she Informed
me thst I had married her.
"I went to see her last night st 7
o'clock. We wers In her room when two
t 1st men entered Splndler and a man
named Motilton. They slammed me up
agslnst the war snd took my gold
watch snd Chain snd gold sleeve links
atwl ma , them to Mshetle. Then the
three went out In the dining room and
ate 1"d drank until I o clock In the
morning, leaving mv In the bedroom.
"I could stnnd It no longer and when
I tried to leave they threw me down
stairs Then I went to the police sts
tlon and complained.
The complaint was referred to Detec
tives Wllber nnd llllklnon, who went
to the One Hundred snd Fourth street
houss from the West One Hundredth
street station. They were unable to
get Into Mrs. Csrtnun's apnrtmsnt
through the door, so Wllber nnd Csr
msn pulled tBsmsehrsa n In the dumb
waiter nnd broke Into the kitchen of
the fla. Mrs. Carman was alone and
calmly submitted to srrest.
When she was arraigned to-day
Bplndler was close by her side and De
tective Wllber promptly arreMted him.
Mrs. Carman admits she took Carman's
watch snd chnln. She says he married
her on Tuesday. Nov. 13, and thst she
csn show the certificate to-morrow.
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Immense Sale for Two Days Only
3ft Ftacy Ostrich
92.00 value $1.10
3 00 value 1.75
5.00 value 2.50
500 French Plrnnes.
Black or White
$2.50 value $1.45
4.00 value 2.25
6.00 value 3.251
Big bargains in Willow Plumes as usual
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The most beautiful selection of Birds of Paradise
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Cleaning -Dyeing -Old Plumes Made Over Into Netves! Creations.
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Fancy Figured Eiderdown Wrappers
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Better quality of Eiderdown, in Infants' to 3 years 2.50
Children's Warm Woolen Sweaters
Assortment of colors. f months to 3 years 1.19 to 4.75
Odd hot of Hand-Embroidered Soiled Dresses
At various prices. 6 months to 3 years 1.95 to 29.50
Complete Assortment of Machine-made Dresses
Bishop, yoke, long waisted, Princess and Russian effects. Prices
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Children's Hood Coats
Of Heavy Cheviot, lined with cadet or red flannel, in navy only.
1 to 8 years 8.75
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' Special, 9.25
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Sateen linings 1.50 2.85
White Corduroy Afghans 2.75 5.25 8.50
Full Iine of Winter Afghans
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teroie Company. Cleveland, U., and ws
will mail you a jar, postage prepaid.
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1T be without Mosterola. as K bee asTed doctor .
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Tea, sir; without ons cent of ready
cash we will let you have anything
you and your family want lu atrlot
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toad to be true, but It costs you
nothing- to find out thst ws def
sxsctly what w say. Pick out your
chutes of anythlns; from our fins)
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eral, dignified and strictly confi
dential, hut our nrlces urs the low
est In r.w yora.
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snd Jeuvlrr Mate Trrnis.
2274 3" Av. ' 7 " 14 St.
11,1. ISM IMIh. I Het. th illh Ave.
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