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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1012.
BLOW UP A SLOOP
- 0 '
Lover of Adventures Tells of
One That Migbl Have Been
HE WENT TO THE RESCUE
But as He Neared Piisoners lis-
raping From Devil's Island
the Explosion Came.
Ftedcrlck II. Remple. who for al-
teen ii ri haa adventuring In
Honth Amfiln, la rather rial that ho
didn't decide a few minutes earlier to
did In tha MOkpt of l'n Krench po
luteal prisoners from Devil's lelaed,
the former homf or Dreyfus. He lold
ilia etnry and espial nail ahy whan lha
J'rlns August Wiih.altii of the Haasbttrt
.American LlltS broilhl hlfi Into Nrw
York harhor to-day
"I thnui:h! I had had enough of Id
s.nturr anil :. I. hg a year a-"." ha
aald. "an 1 Rot iime land In Krench
llulatia anil started to rulaa pepper and
uMoi- near Cajrdhaja Thru i deolded to
coma hark to A inerl' a on n trip and
spend Thunknalvlna Day with my
mother-in-law Id BesTalo
"Kor the drat lap of Ihl Journey to
QSUHOlOOII. Hritlah liulanil. I chartered
a aniall. extremely faat hnat- hardly
mora than a launch. Abreast Devli'a
Island thete war. a roar a
and a shell i ami' skipping- ov.t MM Watef
toward ua. W were not thr Inrirrt.
however. A mif or two to the enat a
sloop-ricced ralliiont waa plous'liliin
through the wider with topsail at. And
bark to the weal ;i gunboat Sfai raoMf
after her under forced draught, it wu
nut mueh of a (tiaboat and, m en under i n
pi eiaure, wna hanllv likely to ovet imui i
tha aloop In n hury. Our boat rould
liaa run i luga arouad har.
"The ignlllcunii' of the arena diiatied
on in at once. J'rla.inera were eap
Ing from UaVil'l lahind. 1 had never
hiard of any ai lting away before. Juat I
what to do I didn't know, although my
aympathlea were with the fUglUma, of
tourae, aa evory niie'a alnaya are
After a limit tire milliner ifllfriinn
made up niv mind I would 'mitt In' and
carry the prkaonara tu Britlah Oulana, I
where they would be aafe. 1 ordered
the bow of our boat lurnml toward them
and we ran at full apced to the reacu.
The gunboat behind waa coming up at
an anale. W were, it aermed, a atune'a 1
throw away, when one of the two men!
In the alOOf held a a'.ender ' ylindi leal ,
object aloft, llo dmpprd it.
"TJiat waa the laat I ' iaf the eloop
or lie prlaoner orew. When tha ainokr
cleat ed away and our huuillix, paralyoed
b Ihe lartiSo datonalMM), waa In work
lug order again, HHoM w" hOl a ath'k
of the eloop loft. The gunboat kept com
ing ami w changed our cuurae again
for Georgetown. I Wnve lieen wonder
ing ever elnee Juat ihow It would have
felt If we had tarted fl the reacue a
lew tulnutea before and had been n few
hundred yarda nearer when the French"
men decided w were enemlea."
Mr. Hemple la Kolng back to hie pepper
Olinte after the hulldaye.
RECORD FOR SUBWAY.
Carried OJMSdMa Paaaenaera la lis j
Uaya of Laat Week.
Prealdent Hhonla of the Interhorotiah .
Itapnl Tranalt Company 'naued the fol- I
lowing etatemcut tu-dajf:
"Pir the lx daya' endl iK Saturdiv, I
Nov. 3, the aulrnay ogrrlel the great
eot number of panaenwere for any like
liorlod attner It" opening. The lita: num. '
ber of paaaongera wua tttCttU, an In
cieage of H6-.TI7 over tho aame week lag: j
BwMtetal their stomachs and
cleans tin liver uml wuste
t'loggcd bowels without
Every mother iiiinicdiulel.v realize,
all. i giving In r child di-lii iou. S.vrup of
Fig. that Ihi. i the ideal lukative and
phMc (or Ihe chriilteli. NotUBd 'Ne
rrgulatea the little uae ' ,u Ii, liver
and HU feet of tender lanwcla mi prnnipt
ly; heaides, liny dearly IbVa it ddlflat
(ul fig 1 a -' i.
If your child ii.ii t lilting well, rent
ing nicely, catiiit! rcgnlnrn and acting
naturally, it it a Mire ign thai il lilllc
iii.nles need u gentle, l-horougli cleaiia
ing at once.
When cru--. irritable. (cverih, toin
gch sour, lircutli had or your lit tic one
hla atomgrh-ucltc, diarrlioen. aore I hroal .
full of cold, tongue coated, gin a tea
.pointful of Syrup of I'ig. and in a feO
houra all toe foul, ponatTpatod, r4oudd
up wa-te aadUfaOtad final and aour bile
will gctilly move on and out of ila little
bowel, without nauaea, griping or
weaknr... anil you will surely liavea w ell.
happy ami amiling child again abortl)
Willi Hyrup of I'iga you gre not
drugging your children: being composed
entirely of luscious figs, senna, and
gromulira, it cannot lie harmful
Mothers sli.mld ala gya keep Syrup of
)''iga tigiiily. It is the only stomach,
liver ami how el eioaMaf ami regulator
heeded- a little- given to-ilav will save
aii'k. child In MMIOaf.
I'll il 1 reel i, Ola fi.r , liiltlitii ,,f all .,im-
and grow.,,p, paiulv print od on tba
, !., '
Ak your ilrugglal or the full name.
Simp of fig and Klinir of Henna."
prrpared by I In-California Kig Uy'rupCo.
'J Jjis ia the drliiiuua laal ing. geuuiuc old
Hcfu.v un thing ciso offered.
DETECTIVE IS GUILTY
ON EXTORTION CHARGE
Selctkc Convicted for Taking Money
Prom M.in He" tCCUMd
ni ( IriifM.
Deteetlva II' 1 1 It. Seleska OSS COTr I
rioted liy a MAM verdict lon i. i up
to-day in the Supreme 'nuri In Brook-
lira f alternated leiertlen, lie Mil i"
si-ntetlred lie Justice t'rane itn Mm,.
day. Detective James J. Iinyle, iiiid" i I
Indl tmetit lth Helrakr, will turn M
'"" "' ,rl"'
mon i i Wunl Ml liriiught to I
The Ki-nlna "'"M t ';it nn attempt I i I
I estort money fnun Victor Kllman. a
rhaoffavti nei tafias toad. tv Satoc j
iivm of tin- simh ureal station, i'om-1
mlssioncr Welds waa untitled and an j
InvcatiKiitlici tl) Ltettt. I h ) 1 1 1 ' 1 1 km ii i
unit Bventnej World report art followed
n HM- learned that Kate Jawrlch, the
laadlaaly ol i BNMklyn board ins bran
irftara mama II trad a few Ijm ist em-
'. w ,,f Th
tertUes, acci-dlne to Kllnia.i, turcetened
to faatan Uia i Una on him ami railroad
htm to HMg m:ii unleaa lie aaye thaio
l.irge rum of monasr. lie Kaya litefd
:U all In- had, and a aol l vvati h. he
si. l. and ihev were danantlni at leaat
Hi i o-tla.tn'a dire, lion. ka money wu
haadad to aateaaa in mrkai btNa.
S. leak", wtien arrea'a.1 did not nayo tha
nione), bill 1'ilman laatlAad thai ha bad
m i ii the Mill panad to Uoyta. linn
parlan, ahq ia uadar rhargai of hatrlni
awlndlad aiila out of monay by promla
laH to marry thrn la undat arreat na
the yo-bataaaa for tha ditto 11 VM In tho
n it tar
CATCHES FORGER IN ACT
OF PASSING BAD CHECK.
Idler Slips Note to Assistant and
Hil Youth ArresteJ
William T Atnea. paying taller of the
National Park Hank. : No W Hrimil
wi, after geeaptiai four rhK'ka aJB
gating m to whh n the Rama af Caarl
ii. Maaa, lawyor of Mo, iv Naaaa i
aire, t, bad heen rbrgad, thla mornln.
anw the ouiik man "ho had preaent I
two of the cbaaka aarlter in the month
atandlng In front of Ml window, MralfAg
to h.ive it ihe k f alao aign. i
Oatiad In email MMd,
Die palna teller, teiiiiii'klng that he
i have to atrtlf) anothlr rhaek he-
fore he took up the yotlim man'a Haled
a blank rhei-k and wrole on It:
"Hold thla man for the polliie."
The blank rlieok waa allpprd over to
John Hoeder, Amea a aaalatant, who
tUOOOd out from the raae and walked
atoiimi to the front lie took Ihe young
nmut by the arm and led him to tha
paltlng room and later he waa taken to
the ilreetiwli'h afreet pollre atatlon. Ho
aald he waa WUMaM Oaerter, itwenly
yogM old. of No. :n.' Si Ann'a aveniii'
He a Imltted that he worked for Mai
baek in IMie and conceived the Idea of
Ketilna poeacaalon of a hi, ink iheckhoott
by forgluK Mi-' lawyer'a name to an
order. He found out the name of the
nftVe hoy employed by Maaa. Thr",,
h""ki for M) and one for 1ST. were
pueaed through the Park Hank, .bearlna;
M in" a name, and dire tlnn tha bank to
pay 'bra-oi ." The he; kn were riidorted
with the oAice boy'e name.
ATLANTIC CITY "BOWERY"
DESTROYED BY FLAMES.
Hire Originating in Board Walk
"Hot Dog" Place Sweeps
Through Many Buildings.
iparlal ta Tlie Kmilng Wort, I )
ATLANTIC PITY, N. J , Nov. IT. Klre
a,. t. ting from n gaa atove In the rear of
a "hot dog" reataurant on the board
walk, awept through thr old llowery
aattaa, between Oenrgla and Mlaalaalppl
uveuuea, to-day, doing atMN damage,
The Hradfoi'd llouae, unlnauied. owned
b t'harlea II. 1'rleatly. avaa totally dea
troyed. It wag valued nt UU.OW. Oi'ean
Hall, another beach front hoatelry, waa
badly ilnmaxed. Two bathhoueea, n
moving plrture theatre ami a dozen
atotei were ronaumed, with all their
l oulenta. The entire Bowery an Hon
waa compo'ed or frame hutldlnga and,
fanned by a at g weat wind, the fire
for a time got away from the drpart-
Prop Hit Org of liiilldlnRB two aquarea
I from t he blaxe aa v .
their bulldlnga b
i" ininiK thrti r(Hf wtlh buckf-U uikI
dMbtnc 9Ul Hpnvkii nn thry foil. ThfN
tiie:n ii wort vr-tl f i itiTi iiith whi'ii the
wall of tK, pi tu: f i-In luMiiti' fell.
Oi irult Ofllrlnl tirim n ! I'oliitrra
at iity Hull.
MrtMii-r-U . t m-r M . of Dftrult
MUM la NtW York tfday, vlslUnl tVa
n ni rity Wpftrttnantii wnUw$4 nunl
! (ip re can. . tttlknl with "fn '.i'i. .i-,l
then tiftd h lonjl tM lk with M;inr Ouy
nor. The Mh oi rlnct whn rkln(
U i f Dtitfoll i "liintiiv . Byrupftthlittf)
I ! lit.-: ttrlttl h.in 0Vf kill fie-i tliiii, .ii.l
ii.t tt irtui thti fountftini f hii know ii'iigf
b?forJ ii ni Tin- Mnyoi-elcjt t or Uetmlt
rt1rd with rimi ihuiii.B. havinic bn
floWd hi t ie n.eMTit.me with lettem of
Introdtti'tton niiineit "v. J, Qftynor,
Mayor1 ahl. Mm-. to PVr) heml of the
pit) ilt-pari inrtiti', rMUlHlojy thut fu-h
reap ttvaly glva .Mi Marx evrry cour-
Ifttill of pity nuuiaae-
BLIZZARD UP THE STATE.
Day lri Will, Ilea,,
iii loot hem loot Ion.
w tTKRTOWN, N V
Nov. IT. A
anow storm of bl.xxaid in,
i an c.l throughout the day In Northern '.
Boa Vork areatl) haaipering i uimad
trallic and strett car II, tea In llila city.
Auout all in-'hea of an u haa fallen hi re
nod other piaeoa In Ihli aoctloa ropori
from II to -I in.'hv-s on ihe gruuud, tho !
iotiar amount bottigi it Dekalb Junction.
Lawyer turrradera lo sheriff.
Joaeph K. Iitttilng, u lawer of No ill
Nassau atreet, whaao OOmmltmoQl to Jail j
for contempt waa ordered by Judge
Utrgnu oi Qonoral sesaions yoaterday,
rraiidorod hlmielf to HherM artm,ga
in-day and was taken to the Touil I 1)1
Ucpilty Hhei'lir Ahnet. I.a.l c. k
ling wua counael for Anna Fleming, oon
tilted uf larceny. Judge Swslin charged
him with unduly delaying the aaas and
With making remarks do the Jury which
plated it i in lu cunti'iupi ut moil.
FOR $25 A MEETING
"Not dummies," Says Mr.
Burns, "hut They Did What ,
Mr. Quincy Ordered."
In tha mailer of orgunlzat on and
operation the Julian Hawthorne mlnlMI
enterprleea, through whh h th dear
public l aliened to havn been badly
fleeced, were par aa eiiet Rvafythlni
waa cut and dried, nn nrdinir tu Hll
iloveinment, even to the i-mphiyment
of a profcalonal incorporator of iir-
porallona, who fnrnlahcil 'dutinny" dl
reclora and bade them cairv out pre.
j ai-Tanaed tirogrammea at the verlom
i There loomed on the horMM of the
' Hawtli ma bonanzaa Iti Ihe early MoflOl
of their Inception the anave figure of
; W illiam Oi Hum - Mi. HurSI of Hoa-
ton. If ran plaall And Mr, Unrne.
who admlta he haa found It eitreinely
profitable to follow the bualneaa of let -nirporatliig
i orporutlona. tella an Inter
eatlug atory of how he waa inaph-ed lo
otgnnl.e and, for the pnrpoae of regu
larity, operate several of the Haw
thorne eomimnlia with Ihe aid of Ml
ever faithful "dummlea."
Mr. llnrna waa a reluctant wlinraa for
Ihe (kivernment before JieUe Jlonirh
and a Jury to-lav at the trial of Julian
Hawlhorne, ex-Mayor Joalnh Uulncy of
Boaton. Dr, William J. Morton and Al
bert I'Yeeman, Jointly chareed with ua
Ing the mall!" to defraud. He ea ribed
how he oi van. zed rlie Tamagntnl-i 'olmlt
mlnea, the Klk LglPJeOoboll inlnea ami
the Montreal .lame mlnea.
"At whole Inallgatlou waa Mill dongT"
aake.1 Aaalatant 1'nlteil Sto-tea Attorney
"Mr. QvJnay'a," rofrtted th witniaa,
"Anil did yon furnlah the dummlea'
for the lilrei tut alee?"
WEREN'T "DUMMIES," EXACTLY,
BUT THEY OBEYED HIM.
Mr. Ilurna objected to the ua of the
term "duinmlee." aa npplled to hla direr
tore. He admitted, however, that they
were engaged by him alinply to act aa
offlcrra of the compaulea at a aalary of
2u a meeting, and that they ihad no In
tereat whatever In the company.
"Did Mr. (Juimy furnlah you with n
draft of tha nilnutea of each tneetlngV"
"'Before the meetlnga were held, ,of
"And thla prearranged pi otti a mme w aa
curried out at the meetlnga accordingly?''
Booka and recorda of the Hawthorne
Quincy ..Morton - Freeman entorprleee
were .heaped upon the counael table,
and much time waa apent In Interrogat
ing Mr Ilurna concerning varlona Itema
appearing In them.
Mr. Burna'a memory waa hazy at
tlinee. He didn't remember whither he
had any connection with the Continental
Syndicate, another Hawthorn concern,
until ahown hla algnuture a a aecretary.
"Who were Mia other ofllrera?" lie waa
I haven't the "lighten idea."
Mr. Thompaon read the charter of
eome of the compaulea. Million of dol
lar appeared to have heen held In email
cateem. and If the combined capital of
the compaulea were added to the alleged
productive valuee of the mlnea, the
capital and output of the United Ntat-a
Steal Corporation would ceein, In 0OtH
39 FOWLS IN DINNER
THAT FOUR WON'T EAT.
Not to Mention Steaks and Things
Smuggled From Liner in
Three Milk Carts.
ObaVrlai Maxwell, butcher aboard thu
Ward liner Monterey, and hla three
I frlanite, lamia Hell men of Nn. I'lSn Kill-
ton etreel, Hrooklyn, Kn d Denken of
No. 407 Third avinue, Manhattan, and
Angelo Senilno of No 41 Jamea trcet,
OOniplrOd, it la allege, I. to filch a g.'il
luua ThanUaglxing feed from the Mo:,
terey. The) Ihireupon did fitch, teadii
a l oniplalnt, aeven turki ya, nine du ka,
aeven geeae and eight pairs of Maortad
game btl'da, not to mention odd and
etida of jpjoli aouii hone, porterliouac
steak, end a haunch oi baoy lamb.
The above mentioned cnn.plrutora, ao
the complaint o-a. atoted their lovely
loot In three milk cans and act out wl.h
aald milk can from the Ward Line
pier. A Oovcrnment lnapector "topped
them and paOJMd In the cana, where
fore, via the Tomb CptlrV tlie herein
before at'tlted ouartel nialclied tight in
to the Tuniba PrtatMi where they will
remain yv r Thankaiil Ing lay to be
aiimmiaiod again to court on h'rlday and
GEN. SICKLEtTcOODS TO GO.
Sihrrlff Will cll eleran'a HsTOOtl
on Neat srdacada.
The aale of properly belonging to (len.
iianiei k. Blekiea to aattifi a ."'.oon i nig
me'it Oblainod b) the Hank of the ate.
tropollp i puetpoaed Main to-day for
the laat 11 c The de iH lake place I
noal Wnlnarilll at tne old soldier's reai-
disilO, No. SI Fifth avenue. Next Wen- .
card ay will be the nftv-iiinth slit .. sin e
the ajoooutten waa raoolvod iii laol
sheriff' ofhee und a retuin must lie
made oh the sixtieth toy,
Ihe sale will atari at H o'clock and
tin pod advertised In the sheriff's;
bulletin polled toadjay Include! a ran '
collection of bookoi brlc-a-brac. ohaa
delU'rs, lumps, Krench clooks, Japgnole
tattles, paintings, cut glass musical In
CASTOR I A
For Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Rear i thO
DIRECTORS WORKED DYNAMITE CREW
HAD MANY FIGHTS
BUT HUNG TOGETHER
McManigal T1U of Threat to
Him and Denies He Was a
Spy May Cancel Bonds.
INDIANAPOMR Ind., Wor, 17. u.
geattOfla' thai Ortll H, .MoM.inlanl In
boMly blOfrUeJ up Joha abool the noun
Iri wna actually In (he employ of the
dMeOtlveg who followed him were act
ip by tho defeage t the dynamite coti
"piracy " trial to ilai Senator .1 W Kern.
the defenae fiatlv aaked McMali-
Igal whether lie, while dynamiting wai
not tn the employ of the National Krec
lora' Arwk latlon, an organlratlon which
open ahop'' (Milh y wn" being oppaoad
by the Iron Workera' L'nlon,
MdManitaJ dooted be wan ant ployed byl
anyone otltor mum j. j McNiUBigo, or j
that he ate,l aa a "epy" In the rank
of 0M dynumltera
"lant It n fact thai Juat before your j
arreot yo i WOTO Inillfr. renl whether
you were arieate.1 or not V aake.1 Sen
"I Wga IndlffofMH. I expected to be
"'I i niiy nine i ch'i'igi'd my at
tltude after the .people were killed In th
1 Anirele Tlmca explodon.''
Had you been In comm n.ilca t inn wll'i
paraoni Intoraited in your armatf
I hud not. The oMbtall of the union
had dotlbiOM roNOd me. J. II. MoNaimni'.i
had triad to kill me. end I knew after
the Tlmaa taploolon wo would be ciueht.
i tohl .1 .1 M.'.Naniar.i I tuesed I'd
get n job from the National Broetora
Aaao, latlon. He replied: 'Veil do til at
and aee how long you'i! i n: ' "
MaMordjfal l old r vartoui quaiMla ba
tweiii ihlm.ii If, Herbert S llockln and
the McNamara trbtobi ha laid, threat
ened to dlarupt tlie "l-namltlng crew,"
but they ull hung together, ' each fetir
tnx betraval by the other.
lilxti i t-.ttorny .Miller aarved un
live on twelve of the ilcfendant.H Ull"
gftamoon that he waa advlanl tlt
bond had been indemnified and that
If thla waa true lie would ak the
Cinirt tu net liable the present botxla
and oak for new oiiea.
Attorney fur the defendum aald If
new iHind were required to-day they
wouhl be unable to procure them and
tlie deiteiidaiita would have to lie taken
Among thoae ao affected tre Frank
m. Ryan, Vreauient or the tronirorkenf
l'nlon, and John T. Mutler, Vlce-I'real-dent.
each of whom are under I 110,000
1'e.leral .Indue Anderaoc aald he
would auoteln the Dtetrlot.Attornay if
It were ahown the bondl were Indem-
"If the bondamen have been given
aecurlty for the bond", the bondamen
then have no Intefeat whether the de
fendant" appear or not and in fact then
the bondamen might anap their ring-era
at the Court." anld Judge Ander'on.
"FIREBUG TRUST" HEAD
GETS 12 TO 24 YEARS.
"luy the Painter" Syndicate Said to
Have Set 100 Blazes Within
"(My the Painter," whose rbjM name
i laudor Stelnkrueier, and who la de
acriheil by the pollre aa the head and
directing genii! of an nraon aynulcatf
which haa aet more than one hundred
Urea In thla city within a year, waa Hen
tenccd to. not more than twenty-four and
not leaa than twelve years In emg Sing
Prlaon iby Judge Muhiueen In lieneral
Keaaluna thla afternoon.
"Itxy the rnlnter'' waa convicted of
nraon In the aecond degree In setting tire
to a dwelling house In the daytime. On
June M a tenement at No. H Haat One
Hundred and Klghteenth atreet waa
burned In the early afternoon. No llvee
wen loot. The furniture In tin, pbjMa of
a person connected with Stelnkruezer
waa Inaured for KM The I'ire .Marshal
could find evidence of the preaenca of no
more than fc'fi worth.
TENNESSEE AT MALTA.
I. V 4'rnlaer. Headed for Smyrna,
"lop. for t oat.
MALTA, Nov. ;7. The t'nlted State
crulaer Tennesaee arrived here to-da'
from Gibraltar and, after dialing, will
proceed to Smyrna for the protection of
American realdetlts there.
taught la Hai'lilarr,, Killed.
John T. I'astagno of No. .'" lielan
pgy atreet, foreman for the lic.M.iyo
I'oallng Company, wa caugtlit In tho
nmchlnery of the a nt, which was load
ing i lie n ink, is of the Kroonlknd of
the lied Star Une. at tha foot or West
Twentv-tlrat street, to-dny. an I 07 OO
tiotaed Into the air and hurled I gal not
the HtrliiKplece of the pier. He dl.'l In-
It's difficult to define the beat tea
flavor in words. Just call it
White Rose Coffee, Only 35c. a Pound
jV, . mon
HE Sunday World's
Want Directory makes
more "Offers of Posi
fionti" than any other
two mediums in the
FLAMES SWEEP ADRIANOPLE WHILE
FAMINE ALSO BESETS THE CITY,
(CoMinuod from HM Poae.)
'Iaa hae left tha capital for the front
In Ilia laat three daya, thttl rcfutlnir the
HatemanU pnMlibod I broad that Hui-
garla haa rent her laat nan to the war
area The recruits were will equipped
and were In high aplrlta. l-'lcwera deo-
ated their nips and rifle. The OaOeTn
mmt nigan Mir, referrltiif to the for
eign asaertlmia, aaya th rn are plenty
ntOfl recruit ready to o.'cupy the har
racka hist acitcd Itulg.irla, Ihe newa
pa,M'r a Ida, Is now better prepared for
war than nt the .beginning of the Bit
Th Minister ,,r War had aummnn. d
the recrulta of the 101.1 laaa to Join
their raapactrra iteUona n-c. 3.
BRLORADR, Berrta, Nn. 77. Tha re
call of the Servian troopa from the field
of opeiatlona In Turkey la di tnanded by
the neWnpaperg here ao thai they may be
available to de'end the Ser. an frontier,
TFWW A. Hot. 17. Xmperor rranrta
joaaph held a eerlea of Important an
dlancea at Bchoenbrunn Palace thla
morning. He reoelTed aucraaalveiy
Archduke Tram rerdlnand, tho heir to
the throne; the chief of the general
etaff of the army, the Mlnlgter of
War, and finally Foreign Mlnlate.
Berchthold and the Knagarlan Mlnla
tar of national Dafenee. Tho ftrat end
the laat andlencea were each over aa
hour In duration.
LONDON SEES HCPE OF AVERT
ING EUROPEAN WAR.
CONSTA NTI NOI'I.K. Nov. Scepti
clam cnntlriuea I-ere In regard to the
proa pacta of an iindiratanitaal between
Turkey and Bulgaria, To-dny'a meeting
of the Tnrklah and BUlaTdfian delegates
ut the Tillage of llagntche I not ex
peeted lo go beyond a preliminary re
view of the oondltloni of a ponlbli
It la not UnprObabll that the dlactia
Flona will last agvergl days. Te princi
pal Turkish plenipotentiary, On man ni-
xaml Pag ha, Turkish Amhasaador at
Berlin, Indeed arrive! only to-day. aa he
broke 111" Journey both at Vienna and
BUOhaXOXt nntl had Inteivlewa wltli
fount Barcbthold, AuatroHuntiiaii
Korelgn Minister, and King ChaUferl of
Importance la attached to these diplo
matic ootHriraailtini. n it ia balleeid
they will have I bearing on the negotla
tlona at BaghtOhl,
IX IN DON. Nov. liT.-Thc fact that the
Kuropean powers MtVo at laat realized
that they arc drifting toward certain
conflict lenda to relieve the Immediate
lanatnn nf the Intornntlonal pniitirai
tangle Into which the Hnlknn situation
haa MOW developed, Tim belief that
Urea; llrltaln. Kratice and Oermniw
will succeed in averting the threatened
genera) I'.ut openn war haa heen
trengthenod within the bint twenty
It I riow aaaartad that Auatro-llun-gary
te prepared to agree to the ques
tlona concerning the future of Albania
and the dell re of Servla for a iport on
the Adriatic Sen being eettled In con
nection W'lth all other iaauea raised by
the Balkun war h:s waa recently prn
poaed by Premier AauuUh. If thla
change of the Auatro-HimKarlan atti
tude should be confirmed the danger
ous preaaute at preaciit existing will be
Iilploiiiat declare that they are
plenty of Utottlodl of meeting the re
quirements of Bervla without eerl
oualy Inconveniencing . ustt in Hun
gary or burying the formula of "Al
bania for the Albanluiia."
liven the occupation of the port of
ECZEMA OF THE SCALP
AFTER 20 YEARS' SUFFERING
SAXO SALVE BRINGS RELIEF
"For 80 years I suffered with dry
enema of the scalp, during which
time I had tried every so-railed enema
remedy on the market without linn-fit.
At last 1 saw Saxo Salve advertised
and derided to try it, uml after using
one tube, for the first time in 40 years
I am free from terrible itching and
scaly dandruff. I wish every one suf
fering from eczema or ot her skin trouble
only knew what a wonderful remedy
Saxo Salve is " T. r Thompson,
Suxo Salve allays the frightful itch
ing and burning of enema, destroys
the genus and liculs tin- skin.
You cannot do better than to try it
for eczema, teller, ringworm or any
akin affection. We give buck your
money if Saxo Salve docs not satisfy you.
All Riker and Hegeman
Stores in New York and
Brooklyn and at all drug
storei where this blue
and white sign Jur
Cat eat BaMftn ad I
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asaillr oa th. lass.
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THIS PLEASURABLE PHYSIC, 10c
Fur 111', off ne, rau -an etit.hi malli-iu. fir
riin.tiiuliiin. t,h -.une. .lonnuei. lifer an.1 lioari
truubla eiaeb anil W anrtli itullan, iu mi.
l.e.ltli uml fa.il naVa, Trv Itlai kburu'. Catca-lto.
I'iiU luat on e aii.l pro, a it.
World Wants Work Wonders.
btu. asaVsaUBan wr,r osam
aaUaaa SF I B lUtO I
Ouraaxn by the Hervlan troopa will not
necessarily change tlie International
I 'nation, aa It Is a long step from tha
present occupation to permanent reten
tion of the poet i,y the Servlana, which
l question that could be settled by an
agreement hf the Kuropean Power.
The stumbling block In th way to
an agreement being reached by th en
voya of Turkey and Bulgaria, who are
now- tflaeiltalnf peace In n parlor car at
the village of Ilaghtche, near the fha
tulja llnea, remain very real. The
Turk appear to ehow little disposition
to aubmlt to onernua terma. The nego
tiations are likely to continue for eev
The Pratteh assertion that Auatrla
H Unitary ia urging the Ottoman Oov
crnment to prolong the war Is deacrlbed
iti a aemi-offlclal communication Issued
In Vienna aa "a malicious Invention cir
culated with the object of Injuring Austria-Hungary
In the eyes or the Italkan
AUSTRIAN RESERVISTS IN GER
many, Nov 17. A i at! to ITiii lata r In n aub-
Jecla reaMlnej here who belong to the
army reserve hav all received order
to report to their regiments. Money ha
been aent to them to pay their railroad
fares as far a the frontier. Austrlens
and Hungarian employed In the Her
man 'mining dlatrlcte have rcrelved aim
st. piiTKitsiirno, Nov. Hr-Caar
Nicholas received Koreign gtfnlltir SaSfl
noff and War Minlater Sukholuilnoff nt
Tearakoe Selo to-day, supposedly 10 re
ceive reports of the progress of diplo
matic negotiations concerning tha Inter
national situation and of the military
prcparatlona in progress as g precaution
ngulnst a possible outbreak of war.
BtfDAPBST, Nov. m. Tranaporta were
being aasemMed at all Husslan lllsck
Sea porta to-day In obvloua readlneas to
move large force of troops on short
notice, according to a despatch from
PARIS, Nov. (7. Austria ha decided
to send a squadi-im to Duraczo on the
Adriatic Sea before it la permanently
occupied by Servla, according to a Mer
lin despatch to lav Liberie, She will also
make a military demonatratloti toward
Mi lk ode, The diepatOh say that t ie
uncompromising attitude of Austria has
stiffened tnce yesterday.
make vinter sports
and outdoor living
and working more
healthful by re
colds and sore
gives Quick Relief
"f.adra's Ut a Huadrrl rr."
Wrn. H. Luden, Reading. Pa.
M A.N t 'FA i "I t III V i ONFETIOSBR
WaaaK2-' pi ajVV
before it ieads to
throat and lung,
Syrup will give
It. -liable tse.
"1 had . agggl lo, moalh cnufhH all day
Ion. Hi Hull's ('oust! Symp took II .y'
Buli. Klkrr. ill W. MOl M , likaiu. III.
KT'riiK SAMPLE f--Tu'
, --sr i
xvpens an accouni
$3.00 Down on tur
. - reTV
$5.00 Down on $7
$7.50 Down on $100
11 I 11 sTSBw'n
I Id. MaaiHr-
iv lib eterr
n "a?" $50
11.00 WKKKr.Y OI'KNg
a AN ACCOUNT.
OrBM KVKNIWng I Nfll, ,
WATCH FOR SUICIDE
OF MISSING LAWYER
BtNOrtAXTOtt, X. V.. Nov. - Will
iam B. Carver, one of the best known
attorney! In the Southern Her and a
member of the rtrm of DejrO, Hitchcock
ctr Carver, has diaappearel, lOaWlni
behind g note sajlng he is criminally
inaane, having embexsled a large sum
of money belonging to cll-nts, and tint
he will be his own undertaker.
The slat, -mint of shortaxes Is cor
roborated ,hy I. T. Deyo, the eenlor
Partner. !n announced that on exam
ination of the mlsaltig U ii' pnpet s
ahow he haa apeculated In cotton, a ig
ar and other atorks. The amount of
the shortage Is not known, but It Is
leported It will exceed H,uon, nil tlie
property of client.
New York offlciuls have been warned
10 watch the ferryboats on Ihe rivers
and hay, it being feared Mr. Carver
will attempt to leap off one of them,
the conclusion being drawn from the
tone of the note left by him.
fN a day of hmaty manufacture,
looaa advartiaing and undue
profit n. the makera of the
"Wit tiki fin ii cn'l forget"
have held ateadfaatly to the policy
upon which the business was
founded to make a superior
instrument, to tell the truth about
it, and toaell at a price that'a fair.
No prospective purchaser ahould
fail to aee and hear thia aaiiafy
ing instrument before making
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