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vantaga in numhen th.- two forcos'
when they meal *rtll probably be nearly
The Turks are appnrcntly pn-panng
fOT a great battle. anil are satistied BOW
K. withdraw th.-lr troops from the j
tionller i^ists as their oppononta ad
I ,iii -
The Turkish leKatlons indignantly
deny all reporta that Turkish army
doi tora ar- tf i aiing to acatter dia
, . -t-erins. Thew dealahi ara made ln
to a dlapatah raoMvad ystertiay
;..,r,,i'.n an.l vtruched for by ,hr
Qreek Mtolater that Turkish doctors
bad gone to Janlna, ln the aouth of
Albanla. near the Oreclan frontler,
.nrrying wltl) tli?-in typhus an.l chOI
. ra mlcrobee.
Ti , ,'i '.vhich the curtain is
,iM! icaily cul "tt from the
? the natlons, as ih- chlefa of
BtalTa -'f th- rarloug irmlea hava Im
p so coroplete and
-h.-.i th- world has few details
?ding thc niovcmmts of the larg
armiea ln the Beld in Europe since
WHOLE SERVIAN ARMY
CROSSES THE FRONTIER
King Peter Reads Long Proc
lamation to Soldiers Be?
fore March Begins.
I ? -r ??:?. Oct 19l?Th- Oaneral Btalt
i . rts ;it 7 O'ClOCk lo-night that thfl
Bervlan army has croaaed tha border
and :.- ? : g -? d lfl 0]N r Itlonfl in T'.irkisl.
1, riitoiy. [mportani developmentg ara
raediately, although cold
and raln ;ii" bampering the movementa
ot tha tro
The lst Bervlan Army Oorpa, com?
mand. d by thc CTown Prlnci
ii,- Turklah fr.-nii.-r al Riatovata,
where it jjrove back ;i force of Arnaut
tribeame'n . nd took the small town of
i . anovata and a railroad atatlon be
twe.i, R and Uakub, The
? klah troopi roj, ing tha rail
Th.- reported raptura of Prlatlna
terda ' > Bervlan troopa was false,
. ? in ofll< lai note laaued here
in he troopa at Nlah
hunation ? ? ' the can
I : war against
He d< -'.;.?? 'l thal tha condi?
tion of tl ln Turkey had been
yeara "abaolutely Intoler
gble." The treaty of Berlln had
:,, inn rovemenl In thelr con
,- would be contlnued on
Turkish rule over them.
oaatltutlonal reglme there
bt ? u n.. abatement ln the oi
atvi meaaurea Bi avery pw
thod Turkey Bought also to hlnder
? .lomlc devel >pm4 nt.
0fl from tt -ia had long
i tin from tho Porta p r
natruct from tli4- frontler
itlc railwiiys which
i ,,:?-. or development,
"When ;in attempl waa made in a
.(oiuctive note to obtaln a i
? ni.- tontlnuetf the prociamatloo,
i freah ntaaaacrea of
.: n and atrocltleB .md \io
latloi - sl Berrvlana on tho 'ron
r - -..,,, with tha h<
rtlered my vallant army t.
for tha holy war of lib
c-rty, for mr hrethren and for the
:' the king'l ?m of Bervla "
After to tha loyal I '
', tha eommon cause, th
ludea: 1 aal
.- brcthren, to aaclat with all your
.?1 all your .trengtb my vall
? ar s> rvlan
ihe pr was read
foi i general ad
TURKISH FLEET SHELLS
VARNA, BULGARIAN PORT
Historic Town on Black Sea
ple, Oct. 111.-The Turkish
: | 4J ,,', lo. :.
morning and bagan a bombardment at
_ .,'. I..ck this afternoon.
Ba, Oct. 11. -Three Turkisii war
Bhipa opened a hombardmeni off Varna
v. dlrectlng tb.-ir flre against two
i, i 'ii t.rje do boatfl ln the road
Th' rai g4 waa ten mth a and
tha ahoti were moflectlve. The Turk?
ish ah ? Ithdrew,
\\i.shii,gton. Oet 19 Tha Turklah
Ambaeaador to-day recelved offlclal ad
\ ictts tr.-rn tl.e l'orte that Hurghas and
Varna, Black Sea portg of Bulgarla,
hava lK.-t-n blor kaded by ihe 4)ttoman
Varna la tha prlnclpal Hulgarian port
Of il. Bfl Kuatl c la and
the Hosr.horue. Ita harbor la hardly
inoro than an open roadatead.
Variii. ls nu-morable for the battle
fOUgbl thero In 1144. in which the Turk?
lah Kultan, Atn'itiith II. overwhelmed the
Hungarlan army commanded by King
l?idiHlu8. It has a population of about
Other Towns Captured as Well
as Mustapha Pacha.
Bofla, Oct. 10?The ndvanee of the
1 Bulgarlan troops on Mustapha Pa< ha
[ waa watched by King Ferdlnand, BBV?
I e,al prlnces and General Savoff, the
I Bulgarlan r-ommander ln chief. from a
helght at Varmalay-Belitza on the
The Btilgarian troops have also
croased the frontler at other polnts and
have captured the amall towna of
Tsarevoselo, tlamia and DJuma.
Other columna of Bulgarlan troopB
have penetrated through the paases of
the Rhodope Mountalns into Turkish
The noted Macedonian leader San
il.insky. it ls reported from Dubnttza,
haa aaoembled three thouaand peasanta
of the mountainoufl district of Perlm.
near the Bulgarlan border, and anned
them Wlth modern rlfles. They will Joln
thc allled statea against the Turks.
The Bulgarians have taken the town of
Mahomla, in the Itazlog district, at
the polnt of the bayonct.
King Ferdinnnd issued a proclama
tion to the army to-day in which ho
declared: "Having failed ln amello
ratmg the sufferlng of our brothera ln
the ottoman Emplre, supported by our
b loved nation we ha\e ordered our
brave army to croaa the frontier and
? n| tge In the struggle against mir hls
torlc enemy. Our work is BBCTed in
the cauaa of humanlty. . . . I am
aura thal the men r.f all ranka In tho
army will ba Inaplred by the impor
tance of their mlaalofl and justify tha
ho] .s the nal lon repoaaa In them. For
ward Wlth the aid of the cross and
your arma! May Ood in His Juatlca
BUpport otir rlghts!"
GREEK MILITARY POSITION
Northern Frontier Difficult to
Defend Against Turks.
[By fatla to T'io Trll.uno 1
' Athens, Oct. li).-Though Greece
! took the lnltiatlve In arranging the
underatandlng which now unltea tha
Balkan Btatea, it is doubtful if her bc
waa wise. Equa.lly with the alUea
' Greece ordered the B.oblUsatlon of her
iirniy, but the numhers presentlng
naelvea .it tha colors falls far ahort
of the paper atrength of the forcea of
the country. Ofllclally the fleld state
; of fhc army la returned al 120,000, but
if 70,000 reapond to tha call Greece will
hava tha largeal army her beadquar
ters can deal wlth, both wlth regard to
handling and modern epilpmcnt.
The people, :nnr. nvcr, hava not yet
recovered from the last war wlth Tur?
key, though Um- army has been re
formeil. reanned nnd reorganized slnco
is.;?7. Kiftcen yt-iirs agn the men were
iirni'-d wlth th.- Graa rlfle. but this
tlme they have a riftV of Btnaller boro
and greater praclakai of flre.
Bo far it scems the maln force of the
Greek troopa will coneentrata as in
iv.iT, on Larlaaa, the capitnl of Thes
s.ily, ns fast as poeelble. Details are
belng puahed to the Theaaallan fron?
tier, where thi^ fort* about Tunavi.
are already held In some atrength.
LTnfortunately, the oreek positions
h.-r.-. which 4 ovi-r any advaatage thit
Turks may enjoy on the Larlaaa altua
; tlon, are open to tha ezpanaa "f the
Theaaallan plaln, and not only Tlrnavo
i bul the whole length Of tho C-reek
fronl is commanded by the Turklan
Itlon on the helghta iihove Meloun*
i.iaa, Tha road down lha paaa twlata
and turna to the Thessaiian plaln, and
' may be said to bogin at Blaaaona,
' where the Turkish forcea ara ooUect
ing. and < nd.-- in front of Tlrnavo.
ln this poaltion lt seems uooleaa *o
expeci the Greeka lo do better than in
I 1807, when CroWn Brlr.ee Constantine
i led tha retreat from .'.arissa as soon aa
the Turks- debouched from Melouna
Paaa Tha aame prince ts agaln eom
mander In chlef of the Greeka
Tl.e Qreek army under command of
CrowB Prince Onstantine after four
hours' fighting t4)-day dlalodgad tho
Turks fr4.ni Btrong positions command
; Ing Blaaaona, near the Gracten frontler.
The Greeka 'hen occupied Blaaaona.
TWO liattali'.ns and two butt-rl-s
[croaaed the Arta Blver into Bplrua and
,,, upied the helghta of Grlmbovo, D< -
Itachmenta of Cretana bave arrlvad al
Prince Andrew and Prin-e ('hrls
ti pher wknl to the front to-day. Prin
oesa Marlfl IVHI Ht out a floatlng hos
j pltal at her own expense.
Tha g?V4 rnmenl has introduced a
bill for the (rae entry of food during
I the war.
The police have cl.-sed all the thea
Fashionable new combinations in
all desirable furs?cxclusivc Paris
models and adaptations.
Complete collcction of fur and fur
lined motor apparel.
384 <Fifth Avenua
Between 35th snd 36th Sts. Tel. 2044 (ireelcy
1 BALKAN PROBLEM
M. Poincare, French Premier.
Heads Movement to Preserve
Peace Among Great Powers.
Re-establishment of the Statua
Quo Ante When War Is
Ended Regarded as
[Hy CSklfl to Ti,.- Tilbiin-. I
I.ondon, *>ct. li?.?Dlfferlng Buropoan
views of optimism and pssslllllflin ra*
garding the probsbUlty of locallslng
the Hnlkan war nre shown by <lis
patchsa frum Vtsnns an.l Bsrlln.
Vienna dispat.hes rocogniSfl that the
regenerste dlplomacy, headed by M
Poincare, the French Premier, Ifl str.-n
tiously exerting ItSSlf in the interests
of European PflflaCS,
I'pon the endSSVOTfl of the Frencn
Republlc, it is sailsfactory to flnd,
Austria is looklng wlth much s\in
pathy, nnd, thanks to the frlendly dll
poBitlon existlng on both fltdas, BOme
headway has already been made.
Kiisaia. too, ls SCtlva in the pame
, dlrectlon, likewlse with BOmsthlng tO
show for her striving ThiTs, Bervls is
understood to dlsclslm ln ofBcisl con
verasttoa arltb Fronch aml Russlsn
I dlplomatlsta any Intsntlon of snnexlng
the sanjuk of Novipasar or formlni i
provlsional governmenl there. Austria,
on the oth.r hand, haa Blgnifled her ln?
tentlon to r*Kard wlth equsnlmlty the
march ..f the Borvlan troopa into the
aanjak lf Buch movsmenl la requlred by
mllltary artfategy. Ruasla and Ft
; vOUCh for the promise of Servia. while
Francs und Qermany haTe re elved a
I corrsspondlng sssurance from Counl
To Clear the Bitustisn.
These resnits ar<. merely prov i ;
but they eontrlbute materially to
the BltUStlOn and ellmiti'ite thfl gly
dlfferencea between Auatrla and Rub
ala. Of al! auch questlona thal of the
snnjak is th" most thornjr, and lt is
therefon dlfficull t. te the
aignlflcance of a eomproralse whlch haa
been sealed b> , scrni-? >l!" !.? I il?
th" Bervlsn preaa aasuring Austr > "f
the goo.i nelghborly aentimenta of Klng
Peter's govsrnmenl towsrd the dusl
On the other hand, an artlcle ln the
n a< ml-offlclal organ, "I:
laya Btn aa "i M BasonofTa desire t*?
hlnder tie n bi snd the hesrtli (
Count I'.- i chtold'a ' ? In tliis
Insplr. d utteranc Rua
vian Premtei - -.rv.y of th" j t .1
Bttuatlon, have don.. much to n ite
a calraer stmoaphere snd dlsi the
? iouda of miarepresentation and mls<
On both sides th- r? 8P
consldersble forces stin at work Aus*
;i la and Ru m .a are ? '.'!? .i\ irlng to
thwsrt the erforts belng made In Ihe
dlrectlon <>f peace, bui ? i in dl?
plomacy blda fali t" win ih.- d.iv |f,
} I'mii'-ai' ls I" nl <Ui k- ?
powers ln contlnuous conta l wlth j
other, ensbllng them to foi
sdjuated tn . !.. i,m
tances and tl
! basla for a deflnltlve aettlemenl of
i near Eastern afia i ^ after the
The natui" and l xt- nl of lh.- rhi l
t.i ii" made le aJoutheaBtern Europe
wiii, of d' pend rgi upon
who is the rictor and e van
quished. The establlahm. nt ol
| | tal ua qUO .ii.l" 1 ? ir.'i.tr ? r. lb|( .
condltlona win undergo modiflcatlon,
an.l there la ground f-.r the bell
th" Interested i ?? ? recon.i
in advaii.e to th, ty. always
provided thelr own greater ln'
as dlstlngulflhed from thelr lesaer ln
| ten ata, sre nol Impalred.
in oth.r worda, if tha Balkan nat!
trlumphed room mlghl be found for
csrtaln long desirsd but not fsrr.
Ing developmenta wblcb would leave
the larg.-r niter-sts Intsct and not . n
taii ;i real unrolllng of th" Orisntsl
Th*- objei t of lh*- w-ar as OBSO by
European dlplomacy is to * - r ^. i >, i. - the
powera to detsrmlne the* nature and
d.-xre" "i ii..- reforma to i"- made In
the viiayeis ol M ii ? donla and Adrlan
opie. '1 his win prove a most dellcste
matter, nnd th*' utmosl diplomstlc skill
wiii be nsedsd i" dssl therewlth dsA?
niteiy, yet Innosuously,
To End War Quickly.
afesnwhlle <arc will bs taken that
hostllltlsfl are n. i protractsd. At thfl
first spportune momenl the powers will
insiBt on sllowlng th.- v oi. a of rsason
and humanlty lo bfl heard.
Two phiriks ln the present pro
gramme of BllTOpSSII dlplomacy are :?.
BPSady terminatlon of the campalgn
and a WOSdlng out from among the
consciuences the possibllity of Interns
tlonal compllratioiis. Oonsldsring th.
present disposltions of tl,. prlnclpal
dramatis perSonBl and their firm re
aolve to ellmlnate as far as posslblfl
all terms of serious contlict, October lb
will be a date as noteworthy ln the an
nals of peace as ln those of war.
The foregoing Is the prcv ailjiig opin
lon in Vienna, while. SOOordlttg to Rer
lin diapatche.s, although Bvsryhody ont
wardly ajjAiimeu that the Halkan Oott
flirt will be htrlnly |o.i,!iz.-d arid thit
the terms of peace will be BSttlSd not
by the bsUlgSfSBBJS bi.t by the un-if
powers, there is everyvvhere an under
current of apprehension lest Kuro|>e be
on the eve of a vlolent break in th"
peace whlch has been enjoye.i sline
the Treaty of Herlln. thlrty-f.mr ygtri
ago. That fiar Ih the bugbear whlch
haa aupcrpeded the spe. tre .,f the Hal?
kan war and ls bsCOBnlng a fertlle
source of disturblng nim?u.-.
In thepe condltlona a sudden inilitary
mobillzatlon bv RuSSls BgalOSt AttS*
tria would ba dsngsroufl msrtnssg. lt
might be said that Au.strla is organi/.
Ing a campalgn agalnst Rossts bo SUSfl
th.- dsasgsttons nre eonsldsring ,. pro?
nosal to grunt I'oU.IMXl.UOO ktonen for
the army and 150.000,000 kronen for
Tha truth |g thnt Austriu has BO
concrete objectlve, but marely wlahaa
to ba fully prepared for contingeaclea
which nobody can foreaea. n?>th em"
phrea deoply deplora thelr inHidiity to
avert tho war and reeent tha for. ing
of Bnropa'a hand by the petty Balkaa
"Tho gre.it powera are not mastors of
the sltuation," one stat-srnan re
marked yesterday. "II la ,h'' littl''
Balkan Btataa who r.ow apparently
hold in thelr handa the acalea ef Bo*
rope'a deetlnlea, not wa They have
given us war When tt was t4i their in
tereat to aafaguard peaee, but they aro
,ure to auffer for theto- foll* tejhj
The-. Will galn nothing. Kuropo
will not allOW them to retaln a^J*T
ritory they may OOnqUOT. I-.w-r*. thing
Will Ti niain as lt was."
Kverybody knowa however, thai
there are llml.s to the BCCOrd amonrr
the greal powera. and nowhero ta tho
"nbillty Of that BCCOrd so amall as in
thc Balb in iicninsiila.
Balkan Pcace Ncgotiations
Danger Point for Europe.
[Br Cobla to Th* Trlbe_* 1
P_ru oct 1!?- in tnc ?"'-1 >nf,,rrnf,d
dlplomatlc circlea here the gr-atost
p.rii to Europe now la not ao much tha
adual war in the Halkans bul the war
of Blav agltatlon ln Ruaala which la
made rnor.- formldable by King rerdl
nand'a flamlng proclamaUon of a war
of race an.l religkm. of n BlaV crus.-.d
, BlcuUted t" Btl' Ihe heartt of the
,:,n people, nnd which neltber the
nor any RuaeUn governmont
WOUld ba able to .'ontrol lf it once gets
Premler PolncaH la the first atatea
man who has appredated thla perll to
peaee I etweefl tha great powera, and
all th.- efforta of Prench diplomacy are
being dlrected toward aeeklng a meani
tlng a danger which ll already
being fomedted by Ruaalan Pan-Blav
lournala aui b aa tha Influentlal "N?
vr. rn ii." which la mai. ? '"!i
. um , nat M. Baaonoff, the
in Mini.-t.r of Pori ign \.t
;, felt h< that al I M. 8
fi I,, . :'i ?? tha pont
ilav fanaticlam of tha R
would bural all barrlei
ir, v. hl
dbi Ita of tha honeal ef
: eror Prancla Joeeph, could
m.l hold BfOOf.
Premler Polncare is ? tc hava
thal the reallj crltlcal nn mont for
,. , ?g tha Balkan
wnr, bul when th
up for d
Ing this in inii.il. every fea
dally dlplon at h each othar,
:... ;,.,,!. ? , , ? t lilllil .l.at.'I.V
- battli, ii
Preni h mllltary crttlca aay tl I
j :,ll Indlcutlona the war will ba
the brunt of tho
Bulgarlan ati ?< ks ln thi bt id rolllng
. ov4 i-d wlth grg
tuuta pf '.i. ** north ol Adrt
i , *
4.200 GREEKS OFF TO WAR
Crying "Victory!" Throngs Sail
for Balkan Strife.
I on the
,,, ,a, e part ln 1 ifl "?" Other
? tha wai
uoldler will n ?' !1's
, | . ,?., raa bi Id ui for I
tiin- the frlei ? ;
lly, nu men ai
a, nt -i oard aa i
.- I'!..t/.i. ??
1 , ll ..ll .-. ? l' -ti-ltel
t hla wife and
, . I .. i ?
.. ? i * ?
? i then rhu
tal . .? _.. th4 ?' !!? ' 'I I?" fl I'l'il/.i,
. |n vs. ihington fltn ? t
?i . ? ,.u ?? ? Id i-i one h und red
and nn-. Greek M >m i >eti olt, who bad
nn< ? tiui.s.
ol 11,,- would be wan I- >r-i wore
mlfoi ii.-. and tbere a I
.-, a i u,,i .-.., , ii hand -iii.i
? ii ,i ra Bannera were
alao in evldi m -. on* ol thi m baai
ln ' i Iptlon:
"Elther return with your flhield or
11 Oll lt."
"v'ietory!" w?b the h; ralaed by the
, as the Chicago moved from her
lermo i i W let Mac*
with 4i,. .. reaervlata aboard, i.n ?
ai i ii.,,; h, rt from New ) ,.rk. Bhe is undi r
uj ,,[ tbe foui .,- stroyer* which
aaed recentlj ln i Ingland.
Tho deatroyers Jolned thi M.donia at
Alglera, when the) ahlppi i i rewa
TRIP FOR ABD-UL HAMID
Ex-Sultan to Go from Salonica
Conatantlnople, Oct IS The tranafai ol
CX Bultafl Ab'l-'ll llaniai llolil Ihe i
where ha baa baea oonflnod Ib Balonlca
to Conataatlao] Bcttoned by tha
Bultan to-<iay after ti- r. .iicii of Mln
i. oi ,i,. Ided "ii tha st. p. Th- pi ? 11
ally oooaldara tio- ehaaga Inoppor
. rr, ? t hava baea mada p> iitin_
\ i u| llnmal ba.-k to th.- CBBtta] from
Balonlca, whera ha h;is baea conflned ln
the viii.i Aiiii'ini rdnce hla fiapoaitloa on
Aprll jT. ii"'... bul theofl hava httherto ai
ii. on fruatrati i
Thfl formar Bultan, wh.. la aeventy
old, la said to ba rary m. aud tho
- glvea Ior his tranefer is thal ha
will recelva better inadloal attendanea tn
New York and Boston Art Lov
ers Give $100,000 to Plan.
with IMMN ahbecrlBad by ?overal N'ew
Vork Bad Hi.ston lov. rs of urt toward nn
endowmant fund of Sl.Vi.tiOf), the balance
of which Ih now b.-lng raised, Harvard
I'nlv-rslly will cstablish thfl first il,..ir
Of piiiits ln o\Ih!-ii, ?.,. an.l th- Boaton
y i . um of Klii- Arta will have a new
curator f..r it? prtol department Ptta-Rpy
Carrtngton, on* of tha beei known print
Iconnolaaaura ln tha coontr) ami a part
| u.-t i'i th. art tlrm of l-'r.-.l. rlck KopBel
a Ca, who win nn both peota
Mr Caningtoa win beKin his now du
tl.-s on March I. 191.1. when ho will r.-tlro
from Keppal & <"o. The laislness will be
carrled on by Davld Kepp-I, the oth.-r
ON STREETS OF $1,300
Set Upon by Three Bandits in
"Harlem's Little Italy" in
Central Offlce detecttves arrested
last plght two men who. lt Ifl 8ifl3g3d,
held up a woman ln broad daylight in
?Harlem's Uttle Italy" and took away
from her a bag contalnlng money and
jr-wels nmounting to almost .?1.1X?.
Both men are said to be old tlmers ln
.rime. The police are hunting for a
Mrs. I'hilomena Porgl, the woman
who was robbed, is the wlfe of a pros
parOus wholssmls grocer at No. 2067
Flrst avenue. Hhe left his store last
Wednesday morning on her way to th*)
Harl.-m branch of the Scurity Bank.
Sl 146th street and Third avenue. It
v.a.s about 10 o'clock. and Mrs. BOTgl
was WSlklng placidly along with $1,800
in monsy, $200 In transferahle ch'.k.s
m.l |7C worth of Jt-wcls in her littlo
As she paSBBfl through East 106th
street three men leaped at her frorn
the doorway of No. __1. One of them
thrust a revolver In her face, anolhcr
. over. .1 ber mouth with his hands and
the thlrd enatv-hed her handbag from
Thu man with the revolver and the
man wlth the bag dashed Into a hall
vvav at No. 228, but the thlrd man re
"Don't move," he <mld, "they nri
dsspsrsts men. 111 run and catch
them. Wait bsrS."
He then dashed after the otherfl; but.
of coursS, he never 03898 back, and
Mrs. Sorgi, tired of waiting and sick
at heart, reported tho matter to Ad
Ing CsptSln W.rzansky, of tho Dasl
104th Btreet police station. lie notifloJ
Deputy Commissioner Dougherty, who
declded t<> tend some of bla own men
up, aa the dete. tl ? tta hed to tha
? [Oiti i- ? ? station were too ?'???"1
known in Harlem. He pleked out Flnn.
, and Riley, of his staff.
These three men a/orked In and out
th? nolghborhood until they found thal
rstty little italian girl waa areurlng
,i diaiia.ti.i ring inui'h 'ii..- ans stolen
;r..m Mrs. Borgi Tl ?? a m.ii found, it
was not hard to iTSjee the man. and
la.M night the dstsetlvsB srrsstfd Frsnk
I'oBt.li'i 33 he WSlked dOWn Third SVO
rlth < Iharles Lasi a
B ii were taken t., the atatlon house,
Mi - Borgi 11' ked C of a
llne of men and said ba was the man
who covsred her mouth wlth bla hsnd =.
Ira his POCksU were S."HX> Iii bllls of
i denomlnstlona and gold pk
He said he was fl fltSSmflttSr, llvtnf,' at
No. 'JL"J BSSt 108th str-et. but the | "
llcs aald in- aras a "Fagln," who had
!.ii in prison in the W.st. I. ? ?
said h-- wa ator boy, llvtng ut
No _.;i l&aai 107th Btn Bt.
(?inllniiril frem tlr-t piiair.
lowlng Incrsasss: Dth District, 8,825b
snd 22d, 2,232,
The followlng Dsrnocratli dlstrlcta
ahowed decreaaes: l*i Dlatrlct, 993;
2d, 1.000; 3d, 1*319; Tth, 360; 8th, 403;
13th, 208; 14th, T<?.".. 15th, 144; 19th,
l>i7. 20th, 871, and _lst. 498.
Th>- dstalled li)7iir-"- by Assembly dis
tn is for ihe fourth day, bj compared
with the fourth dsj In 1908 and in
1910. are as follon
MANHATTAN SND 1117 BRONX
A I. UajM mm, 1812
l . 1.84 .; |.7ol l MO
. 1.831 1 134 l.3?81
*. l.Tsw 1.1 -.
. . 1,311 i n... 1 ni''
. -._: . .. ?.?.'-?11
7. 1,871 J "'.'J I.3S3
H. l.J - 18 N8?
B 2.170 I BM 1.74*
. I.B33 1 III i i ?:
11. -.'ll 77.117 '.J.' Jl
II l.l ??! i 011 I.IV 0
18. L843 1 ''4.v i ,82*
u _. 3.173 2.1(81
ir,. 2.JM18 2 J7'i i ' i
. I...1MI 1,84)3 1.74..
17. '.'Itu 2.SM3 'I. ?'.'-?
ls. I.V43 1,889 I.BOB
i. . ?_?.v_vt i.iso ;i s.ii
. i.oi t 1,731 1...I7
21. 1,71)1 2,730 8 131
2J. I.BIB 1.888 l 7.
l.l . it.lB'S 4,?UB 8,248
74. I 171 1.487 ! .ti
. 3,430 3.2B7 I ?
20. 2,<><W l.l??l 1.77.1
7:7 . 2.1118 1821 1.813
23. bj..:: l..;i<? i IP2
. 2,21.1 - i "
. 3,488 ? ? I 4".'
. 77.588 2 ? -
82. J.ini S 2B7 B Ifl
U3. .. 3,481 3.884 -777,'
. 71...21 8.U00 i "
Tetata . T.i.TT.i 78.881 13,771
A n IBOB lom 1813
1. 2.087 2,240 l.'.'Jl
9. 1,818 2.000 1.7 is
I . 1.712 1.810
j. 3,088 3,383 . 208
(V. 3.817 2.818 ?-?.?'.:?.
ti . 1.334 1.084 I T.'.o
T. 1.864 -',117 3,041
s. 1,831 I >-7> 2 381
;. . 3.018 8,834 1,288
10. 2.280 2.431 2.9*1]
11. 8,228 2.SM 2.11*1
VI . 2,110 3.1133
t:i . 1.s7T 1.800 I.W3
14. 1.77.". 1,881 1.081
18 . 1.843 il.ej'J '-' "JJ
IH. 3331 J."l7i'> 1,843
17. 1,884 3.108 1.887
ls. 2.088 8.B83 4.202
IB . 1 ii2.'. 1,881 I.1M.7
10. 3.114 &S38 2,433
'-'1. 1 7t4*> 1,331 1,181
23 . J.27iil J.ms 8.382
2.1 . 7'.. l is 1,180 8,280
Totala ?'.. 61,871 17,841 83,177
a D IBM 1818 1311
1. 3.288 3,348 3,748
2-. 2.180 2,718 77 si..i
8. .M.21.1 4.128, (%. I**l !
4. 2.ii.-7 a,.'.;n 1,881
Totaia .n?,n.ii? r.'.'.ais 14,888
1 . :i,U!0 4,1.10 4 4S1
KKi'AITTI.VTH'N l-'UK fOVWfH DAV.
Iioroughr.. 1808 1810. llil |
vluiilial .V. Hr.-tn. 22.214.171.124 78.831 82 777
i r...UIyn . M.M7K ft7,Ml> :,s' 177
yUflBlu . lO.a.iO 12.'.fl>M 141188
Iti liiiond . ;:,.?i.l j.i.tn 4 4,1
ItttJfl .U'j.i!-,!. 184,878 180,130
)<i:.'.vi-iti-i.atu)n ion KoiTt DATS,
nnwBgSS, 1881 1818 lfll !
Mni.ii.ii 8 Broni.l70.3T0 320.188 171,077
Rrooklyn .240.7.10 220.10.' 2iV)'l8S
'^?flTifl . jH.'.-na 47,*fl77 bii'bbs
Jil. hnu.n.1 - 18.878 1.V40T IM.7IJ
T,,|ala . *iS'.MH)4 8I7.TI.7 TOT.820
WOMAN DIE8 AT AGE OF 103.
Norwleb, Conn., o.-t. 19 -Mra. Mary
Aim Palmsr r.'iiett. ? arldow, who was
1":! years old 88 AugiiBt 24. dl.-.i to-.l;.v
Until a few day? uk*> hIi? had heflr. ln
excellent health. a raaldant .?r rforwaen ?
r-lxty-flve yr.arB, nhe waa prohahly th.- i
OldSSt woman in CiMiiR-ctlcut.
KILLED IN FOOTBALL GAME
iPlayer's Skull Fractured in
Scriramage at McKeesport.
fBy Tole*;rapri to Th< Tribuno.l
Plttsburgh. Oct. 19.?The first .leith
this aeaaon as the reault of injuries
Hiistainod on the football fleld in vfeat
orn Pennsylvanla occurred this ,-ifter
noon, when Edwnrd Sllvers, twenty
sr-ven years o!d, rlght guard on tthe
M.Keesport Olymplca. dled at the Mc
Keesport hoHpital from injurloa re?
celved at Cycler Park, McKeeeport, ln
ihe game hetween the iJlymplca und
tha Johnson All Stars.
Sllver's skull was orushod during a
a. rimmage ln the third period of pia?
The player j)lunge4l through the op.
9balng Hne to make way for a back
(;eld man. aiul was burled und?.r .
inass of Htruggling playera. When tlma
waa .aiicd SUvera waa pir-ked up _n
ConeclOUB. He was hurried to the Mc
Keeaporl hospital, and dled ten min
ul.-s after being admttted.
OUTER APPAREL. MILLINERY .^* ? FURS
FOR WOMEN. MISSES tnd JUNIORS
Post-Scason Stylcs from Tarts are
here NOW?in the newest Fabrics and
Shades?a wonderful collection of the
Fashions in VOgiU?a collection of rich
and artistic wearables such as has seldom if
ever been assembled in this country before.
Remarkable, too, because they can be seen and
tried on without the annoyance of almost endless
Dressmaker fittings. You can try on a garment
here?see how it looks?and have it ready for
prompt service. Every article is made under our
own supervision?and with that touch of the artistic
so much appreciated by women of refinement.
Let us emphasize the point?Now here in this
city will you find such vast assortments of
jashionable things to wear as at this estab
Comparison will prove, too, that notwithstanding
the charm, exclusiveness and individuality of
our styles?the rare good taste displayed in the
selection of materials and shades?the personal
service given?that intrinsic values are really
better than at any similiar establishment in this
Whdhcr you care to pay -c-/.*7 for a Tailored Suit or
Gown, or even $J??at which price we show some really
excellent values?-JtycV for a splertdid Wrap?$jO for an ex
cellent Motor or Utility Coat?$lS for a smart street Hat
?$j5 for a fashionable dress Hat?$10 for a splendid
Blouse of charmeuse, chifton or brocade?$jO for an excel?
lent set of fashionable Furs?$12$ for a charming Fur
Coat, or whether you desire the most luxurious or costly
Fur, Fur-tnmmed Outer-garment or jewel-trimmed Gown,
you wiil find the same intrinsic values.
Monday Ushers in Important New Showinvs
Paris styles that are in vogue there now?styles
that you will not see elsewhere at any price.
The invitation to you to come and see them is
broad and sincere. Make it a point to accept?
Monday?Tuesday?any day?though remember
that many novelties in materials are scarce and
will not be duplicated?Come!
flfth Atirttw at 4Bth fctmt
?^'The Big Store"-^^
"A CITY IN ITSELF
GREENHUT-SliiEL COOPER u
B0THSlDLS0r6?Avt. J.B.CRMjllUTiW 18th AND 19^ STSw
Ii you hnve nny ueed (aud moat people
ought to hnve) forgoods advertised here
Tomorrow is the Day to Fill It
Many of thc more important sales are briefly listed here:
AN IMPOSING ASSEMBLAGE OF WOMEN'S SUITS
ANI) DRESSES?Ynlues tO $49.50, at $12.75; value* t?>
$29 50, at .$19.50
TRIMMED MILLINERY IN AN UNDERPRICE SALE
OF GREAT EXTENT?Special Prfcea Are
$5, $7.50. $10. $12 and $15
$2.95 KRIVT PILE PLUSH READY-TO-WEAR TAM
o'SH VNTERS, al . $195
BLACK SILK VE1 VET TAMS." al. 95c
$4.50 to $6 REAL HAND-MADE BLQIJSES AND
TUNICS, at . $2.95
A SALE OF SILK, VELVETS, VELVETEENS AND
CORDUROYS at Aatoiiithingly Low Pricea,
WOMEN'S $5 FOOT Moi'l.n SHOES, al. $3.98
VVOMEN'S LINGERIE AND VOILE BLOUSES?Stnn
ning new erTects; ipeclally priced, at.$1 and $1.98
$8.50 CHEST OF ROGERS' Al TABLEWARE, at. $4.75
SOLIDGOLD IEVVE1 RY AT ROCK-BOTTOM PRICES
A GLOVE SA1 E FOR WOMEN WHEREIN TIIE
PRICES WILL CAUSE A SENSATION.
RI I'D PULLMAN SLEEPERS?featured at.$14.75
$7 50 and $10 PEARL NECKLA( ES, at. $2.95
LINENS. BLANKETS, DOMESTICS, FLANNELS AND
FLANNELETTES Bl thc lowtet prices announccd any
Imported and Domestic
in thc Biggest Sale of Its Kind Ever Planncd.
THE BEST GRADES ARE OFFERED UNDER
PRICE. ASSORTMENT ALMOST UNLIMITED.
A SENSATIONAL SALE OF RR \SS AND RNAMEL
BEDSTEADS; ALSO BfeDDING. MATTRESSES,
COTS W'D DIVANS. BOX SPRINGS aiul
A Special Offer of ENGLANDER DIVANETTE BBDS, al |W
$4 NOTTINGHAM LACE CURTAINS?Pair.98c and $1.25
PICTURES- Framed and Unfrtmed; prcscnting Values
K< lYAL B \v .RIAN CHINA?HAND-PA1NTEEV?AT
II \l 1- REGULAR PRICES;
$300 to S'-?11 KERMANSHAH RUGS. at. $195 to $395
VELVET CARPETS?Regularly $1.35; ? vard. $1-10
$48.50 WILTON RUGS? Size 9x12; at. ....$39.50
DoublatQyjf Creart Trading Stampa Be?
fore 12 o'Clock- Singla Stampa Tharaoftar