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NEW-YORK, MONDAY. OCTOBER 28, 1912.-FOURTEEN PAGES. * * PHICT. ONE C^T^^fflg^ggfflgj
Leader of Revolt in Mexico Con
demned with Major Zerate,
Colonel Migoni and Lieu?
jMPRISOMMENT FOR OTHERS
General Davila Refuses to
Acknowledge Orders of Dis?
trict Judge to Suspend
Proceedings ? Ex
Vera Ci<:/.. (><'!. 27.*?< 'en.-r..
Dlaz leader of tlu- meant revolt her.-,
and Major Zerate, Colonel Antonlo
Migcni an4i Lieutenanl Llma, ofl!
under Dlaz ln hla atti-mpt to overthPOW
the government. arere tO-da
taa-ned to death bs ? court marilaL
Lieutenant Camaeho, Captain Mayen,
of the rural guard. an.i Captain Her*
milio llartlnea arefa Benteneed to ten|
years' imjn lsonnient. and Gh-brlel
mmaaoe, eustoma collector, 4111.1 Herman
. ii, cenaor of telegrama to two
years' hnprlaoiiment Nina other offl?
cera an.l oiviii.uis w.re allowed t?> go
The court martlal, whlch was pr?
sided over bf Oeneral Davila, Bat la
secret seaalon from _ o'clock on Satur?
day morning until 8:15 o'clock on Sun?
day Baornlnf. Tha gantence caused a
sensation. A great crowd, Including
the relattves an.i bmubj frlenda ol the
BCCUBed men. gathered outside tbe ,
building where tho court Bat and |
walted for hours for the lindings. not- '
wlthatandlng b heavy ralnatorm.
Qaaaral Davila refuaed lo acltnowl
adga tbe ordera <>f the dlatrlcl jmige to j
? nd the i?-ceedln_ra in the case of [
t'eneral Diaz aiul Major Zerate. ?'."n- j
eral Beltran, military commaad-T ?"f (
the zone, howev. r. Bccepted B WTll ot j
haheaa corpua and gaapended Um
ma leaving tiie prisoners tempo
rarily al the disposiiion of tbe tMstrlct
Military Court Criticiaed.
it is thought probable that Colonel
lllgonl and Lieutenant l.ima will be i
ahot without much more ado. The pn,- |
Inga 4.f the military COUTt have'
generally as belag very ;
fi.-ii. i.-ui. PubUc opinion has heen
gly againat a military trial for
eral Dta-g. it la opealy awerted
ihat tha pnsoners had an inadequate
'- m??-. an4l no lnv?-stigati4,ns havi
baea mada s., far as to why tbe federal
Iroopa entered th.: dty Wlth white
flags flying and the greeting "Long live
Colonel Diaz Ordaz and ("aptain
Ita were among the leaders of th"
1 elHon who aacaped. it is thought
thal they will joln the Oaxaca rebels.
ral Diaz had more than 1,<H)0 rm-n
under his banm-r, ;;<*? of whom were
Ooloaal Jiminez Castro, of the fed
errl foreea, who was shot in the leg in
B sklrmish prlor to the taking of Vera
4'ruz, has been sent to Mexico Clty for
the treatment of his wound.
Mexico City. Oct. 27.?The popular
;.pprehcnslon regarding the fat4- ot
Oenaral Kellx Diaz, the revolutionary
leader. has not been greatly allayed by
the suspension of execution.
The uncertalnty as to what ls going on
al Vera Cruz has served to increase the
tenseness of the sltuation. The friemls
Of Diaz stlll fear the consequences of
the OO-dUct of authority whlch has
ariaan betsreaa the judlclary and miii
? <ry courts. If the military court ob
s.-rves the 4"rder of the rivil authority
the flnal dlsposition of the case will be
lung pr.Htpoiied. Hut it would be no
surprise to thousands here to recelve a
message announclng the execution of
tha rebel general and his assoclates.
Kfforts to save their lives, espe, ially
I ontlnued on flflh page, awonil rolumn.
This Morning's Neivs
Beeker Tella Own Btary. ?*
S"elag New Tork <?'? I' a Week. 1
- ts Wlld Tlme on |4. 1
-.velt ls f.l, aud i'.eiter. 4
"Whlte Slave Vl.tlrn a Noblewoiiiii.il -
i .Khi white Plagne. 7
Methodlam Keunited in -lohn Sireet.. 7
M mtilari Heaae Begna. 7
WeaBBB Demand B Klght. 9
HoBian Jack'' for Suffrage. 9
Ye.tr'a Charlty Shows In.rease. B
I'i,wns .lewels to Aid 1'rlsoner.11
ii.i.niiie" Meehaa is Dead.14
Aatl-Vloe Me.-tlng in Newark.14
tatoista Desert Victlm.14
-M.-llen Kxplains New Haven I*oli.ies.l4
State Taft's by 60.UUU, Say* Barn.s.. 3
Diaoa'B iigures Elect Koosevelt. 3
U.-dges Demands liergyman's Vote.. 4
Wilson Expeited to Control Senate... 4.
J'lmocrats' Appeal a Threat. 4
Manufactarera Are for Taft.13
aVanaaiakar Urgaa Taft's Electloa....Id
Fomt in Aut?, Party iirowne.i. 1
i ift Preparea to Act In Cuba. 6
Taft to Aid Small I'armer.13
4 ompensatlon A< t a .Mo.l*-l.14
Bulgarlan iueceeeee Ocntlnne. l
<iener-i Dlas Benteneed to Death. l
London Market .'utio/k. 3
Bdttariai . e
Hoethty . e
Obttuary . 7
K|?ort? .8 and 9
foi \Vom<-ii. 8
i'*ai Betate .io
lin..n>iil and -Markets.13 and 13
Aitny and Navy.13
WILD TIME HERE ON $4
Going ttf See New York in Her Own French
Style if It Costs Every Cent of That
Sum?Starts in Taxicab.
A young French noblewoman, ln i
aearch of fresh alr and an opportunlty
to aee New York aa cheaply aa poaalble,
arrived here yeaterda* on the Cunard
liner Cannania, from LIverpooL She is
tbe \'is<lounteaa D'Btchgoyer. Sho is
tall, her halr is of ? biighl golden
i olor and ahe la pvettj ,
"Titios'.'" she aald. "What are theyT
Thej are amoke. I bate them I'd
rather bj a greal deal have Amerlcan
llollara thai) a tltle."
.\- ahe said thla ahi unlooaed from
her neck a Mack f..\ Btole whlch B
cuatoma offldal aald waa worth $1,800.
H.-r gown waa one t.f thoae ..
things whlch dreaamakera bring t<> thla
countrj and aell al a big profit Rlch
orned her throat, eara and
flngera, and jrel the vlacounteaa re*
iterated the aaeertlon thal ahe was
imur. Bealde her atood hef mother-ln
law, the Counteaa D'Etchgoyer, and
her brother-ln-law, Adelbert D'Etch?
The be]o_gingB**of the vlacounteaa
.4j.j.t.tis.-ti ai aeveral thouaand
dollara, bul ns ahe arlll return t.> Liv
er] ...1 on the Cannania on Baturday
thej were admltted t?. the country
"l want to aee New Tork as cheaply
^ i can, but with the niph cost <?f
FOUR IIEN NITOS
ME HURLED OFF BOAT
Eight Persons Thrown Into
River Opposite Delaware.
N. J., from Ferry.
CRAFT RAMMED BY RAFT
Borties of Two Women Soon
Recovered, but Doctors
Vainly Attempt Re
Delaware. N. J. Oct 27.-Four par
eoim ware fli'tiwned la Um Detannre
Rlver ..ff hara this afternooai wban two
automobllea wera knockod off a Bat
boat on 'h* way to the Pannoylvnnla
side <>f th?- river. Four other peraona
jiirii>>.-<l frt.tn tht- nutomohih.-s to the
flatboal aa tbe machlnea wanl Into tba
Q1L.BERT, l-*r,n. Jr . t'? vftu? "f ?*.? I
Ull.ia.l'.r Mn UMM II.. inotl.er of the I <;> .
TRl'MP, Mra H W.
TYfON, R*b*< ... nln,*t?*??n years of ugr.
aii llved at Ogontn, a auburb <>f
Philadelphia. The bodlea of Miss Ty
aon and Mrs. Trump ware recovered.
The others in the party were tbe hus
banda ?t Mrs. Trump and Mis. CilUrt.
and Iflrlam Qllbert and N'tithan Trump,
Children of hfteen or sixteen. They
hatl niotored through New .Itrsey
polnta und were on thelr way to Shnw
...?(?. Penn. When they reaclu-d Mayer*
Ferry, at this place, they found a flat
boat waltlng. F'oth tnarhtnaa ran ao
the craft and the start was made for
the other side.
Wh.-n the Oatboat got nearly ar ross
the rlver a huge raft eoming down the
current atruck th** boat arlth such
force thal it hurled the two eutomo
bllee from lt and Fent the flatboat
heading back to the Jeraey ahore,
Four of thoae In ih.* machlnea want
down vlth them and were dr.wned.
Mr. OUbert and Mr. Trump WtTt
thrown into the water and swain to
th.* Penneylvania shore. while Mlaa
(lilhert and Nathan Trump juinped on
tiie raft und mapaged to wade to the
New J.-rs--y shon- when the raft swung
it is said the othera .lung to tha mn
cblneB until the ferryman lost control
of the wlndlnss whlcfa propolled the
boat and the three women an.l tln- boy
then went overboard when the auto?
mobllea skidded ofT th?* end of the boal
The ti.le was running at a ten ifl.:
pace and the hodies were carried on
down the rlv.r. At a point ul.out a
quarter of a mlle below her.* tha bodlaa
of Mrs. Trump and Miss Tvsnn were
recovered not kmg after tbe dlaaater.
They were quh kly taken to shore and
Dr. W. C. Albrlgbt, Dr. T. W. Cnm?
rnings and I >r. **?**, J. Hlrd worked ov.r
them for more than aa imur, but all
efforts at resu.s.-itatlori WOTO valn.
FORCED CAPTAIN TO SWIM
Passengers, in Storm, Made
Him Go Ashore for Aid.
i By felegraph to Tb? Trtbeat i
Norfolk, Va , Oet 27. -'aught wltb*
out gaeotene flva mllea otl Lynnhavea
Hay to-day Wlth a party of atgbtaeera
tiuMi Suffolk, Va., .'aptain M. L. Mills,
of Norfolk, was forcetl to swim to shoiv
lat<- thla afternoon l.y hla pitriit strl. ken
paaeengora to aiunmoB eealetnnce. The
launch, carrled by tba ue\b and g baavy
wili.l. was ht ing rapidly su.pt to sea.
It was siin.lown When Captain MilK
with aooraa <>f wounda <>n hands and
j f.-.-t. itafvarad an tba ahora al Lynn
hav.-n station an.l < ollapscl. H?* OX
jpiaiiieii that time after tlma, about
I tO .Irowi). he was eoinpellt/l to
! cllng to Bahnel polea and buoya In or*
l der io raat, ;.n.i tbat be was rail and
hruised hy tba l.arniK-1.-.-.
Raacuera, guldod by Captaln Mills.
bnmadlataly pul out in launchea, and
aboul ? ...io. k to-nlght located ihe ex
curalonlata tan miiea oft shore.
I living I dOUbt if 1 WlU be able to d'.
ao iii the rate- of H a week," sh- Bald.
"This problem is appareal evarjrwhare,
of courae, bul In America i aa In?
formed the coal of living is sxceedlngty
"lt is so dreadful in Paris the way
Americans spend money. Al home if
tin French people make an effort to
entertain for one day iti Amerlcan
ityle they hava to llva on practically
nothing for ii week, Beally, i iim
afrald t<" staj here long. Ihat is why
i um golng back on the Cannanla on
Baturday. i Jusl made the trip for a
breath of freah air."
"Well, is tbere anythlng that you
really Snd Interesting T asked b re
"Y.-s. I Iik.- i'aptain DOU ,,f tlu- C-T
maniii. He is th.- linest captain I know.
Men ;,.- ., clasa ars Intereatlng t" me?
very Intereatlng vVomen are nol ln
t.-r.-s'lng. Afl B Claaa they do HOl meas
iir,? np to iii4. .tandard of men.**
The counteaa and her relatlvea went
to om' of thfl ? -penstvc hot< la In thla
<ity ln B taxi.;i 1,. thfl hlr- of Whlch
rut hcaviiy int" the $. allowanca tha
viscount. ss had Impooed apon heraelf.
Tha young woman b< fora her marriage
was Miss Bophla Ifl Clerque. Bbe waa
born In London <.f Prench parenta
MACFARLAND IS IN AGAIN.
Arrested in Harlem on a Charge
Allison Mason MacFarland, thc man
trled for arlfe murdei and acqultteid
i ago iu \, m J" reey, and elso
thi redpienl of the "Bunny" lettera,
waa arrested Baturday night b) federal
Secret Bervlce men, charged wlth
counterfeiting. H?' was living under
the name of Allison Ifaaon ln -i room
be had rented bi .\?-. IO* w ? at legtil
in th"- room w< t? found f"ur p ,rtiv
made counterfeil hall dollars, aliver foll
far thc outside ol thi colns, lead cotn
posltion for thelr base, ai d a ma II
hand preaa for taklng the Impreenlon
from genulne 50*cenl plecai flovern
menl agenta h.ni been watchlng Ma -
Farland ever aince h>- waa obaerved
I taklng ImpreMlons of eolna i>? r*? *i while
' |n the Bases Count) Jail Wiii
.-.i ha Bald he i ? ? ? '*"'? Ing an
tome privati ? rqn rlm? m.s."
Three 'ir four l.-m-rs fr<>ni I'i"'
Bromley, thfl "Bunny" glrl,
j found in .a handbag In hia room. The**
wera addreaaed to "Allison Mason," m
letead ?>f t?> "Allison Mason MacFar*
i land " in on? letter "Bunny" aald: "1
'wiii never ask vou hoa your wlfi
,h, ,i - in another ehe sai?i her fathei
was angry, bul if he would nol con
sent t.i ber marrylng MacFarland "we
wlll elope an4i g41 married an; waj
1 i,i4 Lin,nt. i.earing the name of
Frank M? i lermltt, MacFarland'i
ael. ami reclpea for composltlon ?>f bas.
metals were iiis.i found.
Tha man w.is first taken to the
Oreenwlch Btreel statlon, where bc
npent the night. and yesterday morning
was removed to the OM siip statlon
H"- ami b note on Baturday nlghi to
Plorence Bromley, telling her n<>t Mto
DIES IN FALL FROM CAR
Inventor's Wife, Getting Off,
Misses Hor Footing.
Mrs. AdolaMa B, Twltchell, pixt\
years old, wife i,f Don Twltchell, an
i-ici tricai Inventor <?f thlg dty and
Waahtngton. waa nitiinst Instentl*
kllled last night by falling from tba
rear platform of a northbound Lexlng?
ton avenue surface > ,.r. Mrs Twltchell
and her husband, accompanled by their
married daughter, Mrs. vVllllam M
Brodner, Mr Brodner snd thelr chlld
bad been to Long laland and wera re?
turning tn thelr bome, a! No 988 Lon
As Mra, Twltchell was getting ofl the
car shi- mlsaed ber footing and fell, b< r
head striking B ii"-w gas tiiiiin lylng at
tin- curb Dr. Joaaph a. Dlllon, of No.
'.it;? Lexlngton avenua sraa called, but
ba said Mrs. Twltchell waa alraad;
Two yea/a iign a woman frlend "?f
Mrs. Twltchell was kllled ln a similar
manner when allghtlng from a Blxth
avenue aurfai ?? i ar Her friend*B death
was B great BhOCk to Mrs. Twltihell, it
was saiil last night, and mi thal BC
count Bha was partlcularly careful
wh.-n getting 'in and ofl cara
NINETEEN MADE BLIND
I Gazed at a Light Caused by
Welding on Trolley Wire.
Anderaon, IndL, Oct 27, Nlneteen
I persoafl nr,- reported to hava been
! stricken bllnd as b r. suit of gaatng at
)a light caused by workrean welding
I aith aa electrlcal proceaa on a trolle)
\\ii<- early to-day, according to local
I phjsiciniis. win, were called 4,ut ,,f b.-.i
to treat tha eaaea BUndnesa did nol
sliik" somi- who sav. lln- llght until
[several honra later, Practically - -11 <>f
tbe nlneteen personi iffected wera kepl
: in ilnrk rooms to-day.
Dr. k. W Chitteadeu, b local eye
' speclallst, st:it.-.i ihai in each caas at*
i tended by blm the inaldt of ih?- eye
J nd was greatly Irritated Ha gave aa
j his theory thal Ibfl pecullar raya of
Pcht given ">ut by tba weMtag proceaa
.-ii tha 4|ui,k devektpmenl 4,f bac
j ti rla already lodged ia tba eye, and
' bllndneaa resulted.
Declares, with Resentment,
Public Opinion Would Be
Different Had He Been
Permitted to Testify.
ROSE HIS STOOL PIGEON
Denies He Counsclled Murder,
and Asks if It Were Reason
able for Gunmen Meekly
to Obey Orders to Kili
from a Lieutenant.
BITTER AT NEWSPAPERS
Intimatcs He Fears Court of Appeals
May Be Influenced by Claraor,
as Judges Are Only Hu
In an Intervlea thal laeted almost
two h.iiirs. Lieutenant Charlea Becker,
v. hr. a ili h. * ? nt< n. ? i lo 6U on
i i. nu th*- mut.lei of Herman
Roeenthal, told tbe atory he wovld bave
related had he been permitted to takr
the atand by his counaal **?? his trlal
lt waa Becker'a own etary "f tha
eventa that lad up t" Um murder,
? i? .1 t-, en) ona bm his
While it.-r-kr*r was tOlllOg hlrt ston t.,
fl Trlhune t*po*\*t thfOUgh ihe Btaal
bara of his call tbe four gunmen, '.'? p'
Ihe Blood, "Lt-fty" l.miii-, "Diiko'' Frank
end "Whltey"' Lewia, arere .piuklng with
t.in.i iii tbelr cella. Blnoe Becker'a
r ont |. tir.ii the) hai ?? loal bopa .md. llke
rals in .1 hlnkiin* shlp. al <? WOHdeling
hoa they .an eacape wlth their own
Though theii counael, ex-Judge
? i ? i .; F Wahle, insists that th.
in. n will gO tO trlal. Ihe Tmnhs Offlclall
belleve ).<< human pow#r can pravenl
11 . gunfi <-ii from breaklng down and
ronfeaeing, although Diatrid attornej
Whitman aaya he doea nol wanl tbelr
Becker'a nerve la still wlth hlm
tiii..ii:h hla volce i.a* laken on a note ol
aadneaa, Just before he conaentad to
talh f.-t piihii. atloii he apeni two hours
wlth his wlfe, chattlng with h<*r and
ti v Ing to . onaole hr i
Tender Meeting with Wife.
And when ahe departed Becker em*
brai ed h.-r, kissfd her aeveral time*'.
and just before they part.-il burled hls
head on hi i ahoulder. Then he atood
in tha eorrtdor outsitit* tba counael
room, where they bad been together,
ami wat< bad her until tba Mg iron
dooi . langed behind bar, J'.- tban
turned and went back to bla aell.
"\Vh\ should I talk for puhll.atlon?"
was bla repl) to a rrtpn-si for <.n in
terview, "U i dld sa\ anythlng it
Would ia twlated and garbled and my
meaning diatorted, The newapapera
bave been unfair to me. Tou'd think
I'm the worat of men frora tba naara
paper atorlea. i atand here convicted
of murder, the hlgbeet crime la the
calendar, practlcally beyond ali hop.*,
bul if i i.a.i been permlttad to take the
stand tha publlc arould bave had a dif
li-ient oplnlon ol int* now "
There was a little reaeatmenl In his
volce, a little aadneaa, a little regret
Tht- legiel was that he had not u?en
permitted t.. take tbe atand ln bla own
behall Bul Ibera was no fear ln the
voice, nor was an) shown in an.\thing
"What WOttld yOU have tt-stitted tt)
had \oii tak.-u Un- atand ."' lu- was
Backar heeltatad, bul aaaurad that
what he snld would m>t h.- tlistorled,
lo- told his BtOTg ln detall.
Rose Hu Stool P.geon.
ii.- loiii oi his ralattona wltb Baa*
Whleh h.-'sliil insists were purely thoae*
4.1 a poliniiian aud a stool piget.n; de
nit-ti in- dld murder o* oounoelled i*;
Inaieted tbal Boaa was the real mur
derer, and related Inddenta purportlng
lo show hatretl I.etw.-.-n ltos4t and
Roaenthal, aml eaplalned how ha aame
by aome 120,500 i" a faw montha.
Before anawectai t?'.- reportera quea
u.ui Backar (rtppad th.- bara <.f bki oatl
ai tbougb io brace blmaalt draw a
long braath and baa**:
?| toul.l have explalned Hway my ap
parent eloM r.-lationship wlth Hose.
Any man ln my line of w..rk wou'.d
have to hav.* deallnga wlth Hiuh a
,nan a stool t,|geon-in order lo be ln
trodUCOd to st-.-r.*rs of gambllng houseH
an.l to get evldeme against th. ?-,..
Stool plK*-?nr? iiave always h.-cn u?ed.
CouUoaed oa WtU ueec Ivurt- uaIumu^ I
MEDIATION MAY BE NEAR,
SAYS FRENCH PREMIER
M. Poincare Recognizes That the WorlcTs
Tranquillity Is Threatened by an "Ex
plosion of Incompressible Forces.
Parla Oct 27.?Tha uneworvlng ruiei-i
Ity of the Triple Kntente was the key-.
note "f rnmier Poincar^'s speech at
Nantag this afternoon, in which tha
PremiPr, as ls customarv on the eve of
ih<> reaaaembllag i,f the chamber,
placed before ths countr^ tin- viewa ol
tlu- government with r.-firence to botn
external and Internal affairs.
M. Poin.ar''- loat no llmc in shatter
Ing the idea that i" collaboratlng with ;
Qermany ln tin- aearch for a means t.
re-eetabtlsh peaee in the Balkana,
France araa preparing to modlfy tha
linea "f '.i.-r .-xternal policy. ?
"Wa have no thought ,,f 4 hanging j
.mr fiiendshlpa" ha aald, refarring to i
allualona in th.- forelgn newspapera,
"Thc tles hlnding us to Ilussla and 1
Qrsat Britain ar.- InterwOVOn imperish-|
ably. They ar.- dlctated by sentiment, j
intereat and polltlcal probtty. ? ? ?
Nothlag can aevar an entente the soiid- j
II v 4,f whlcfa contlnuea t.. be Ind-Bpen-j
sablfl t4> the malntenaaca ot European
M. Potncar. went 4,n to say: "We
liuii in this lastlng Intlmacy one of tho
beal reaeona for .he hope that the war
wiii be conflned t'" the Balkan Btatea,
and can ba arrested b* Burope at tha
?*jiiiifst opporUine moment"
The Premlar dwell on Um conatant
io ttlvltleg m the concord >f powera ami.
tha neceaetty for austalning th.- vital
Ity of th.- concsrl in order Eo prevent
"the tnevllabl.. dlVBTSlty 4>f interests
from degeneratlng Into dlssenston and I
confll.t." so that joint medl itlon mlght |
i,e undertaken al th.- proper tlma His
nearual approach to Information in this
connectkm, however, was tbestatsment
thal th, lay ol medlatlon la "perhapa
Me made an elo4|uent appaal to the
nation, at a moment wlu-n the trati
qullllty "f the arorld was threatened hy
an exploalon of Incompreaalble forcea,
to raiiy around the natkmal ldeal and
grush -"it all "isms" tandlng to weaken
tha rrencfa Republk and Bhow to the
WOrid a united people. "who do not
want war. but at the same tlme do not
(aar u." 1
Who aiimits the grave coaeagnaacee to
Europe that may en?ue from the Balkan
A buge audlence greeted thla and the
refer.n.es to the entente with ehcers
that lasted many minutes. There was
a rather notkeabla ahsenc4- ln tbe Prn
mler's speet-h of any mention of the
Htatus rpio in th- Balkano, whlch here
tofora has been su. h a favorite fetteb
,,f the dlplomalH. Since the VfctOflea
Of th.. alll"d states iliplt.macy admlte
that the formula abOWa signs of hecom
Ing tl.-rrei.it. As one of the statesmen
put *t: "It ls more afckly even than
la ti,.- sirk man of Kurope' at the pres?
HOW OTTOMAN EMPIRE
WILL BE REPARCELLED
One Plan Outlined Provides for Extension
of Belligerents' Territory and for Cre
ation of Two Principalities.
111t. r*able lo Tlir Trir-uiio 1
London, Oct 28, Th- powers are
prepating f..r tha downfall <>f Turkey.
'Ihe Daily Mall" outlines a plan whlch
Ih tatd tn have been put forward as a
poaaible aolutton kb anthraly naw
?Ituation in 'he Halkans havlng been
tauaed b) lh.- overwhelming success of
thi- elUed armies, it ls propoaad t>. ieavi
Turkey onlv ln possesslon <>f tbe t.*rtl
TURKS, SPIED BY 'PLANE.
AMBUSCADED AND CUT UP
Bayonets and Old-Fashioned
Hand Grenades Used in
Capture of Kirk-Kilisseh.
London, Oct 2K.-The Boflo corra
ppondeiit t.f "The Daily Telegraph." da
acrlblnf ti>>- capttira of Kirk-Kiiisseh.
says that the Hulgarians cuinpiered by
tiu* impetiis of maaaea, it was nol "
hurri'iine of steel, lead and tlre that
broke dOWB the Turkish reslstan- . . It
?was th*- sho.k of human breasts
The Bulgarians dld not possess a
single slege gun wlth wht. h to oppoee
Turkey'H big artlll.ry. Among tbe
graataal dMBcnltlea th- attacklng army
had to overcome was the lack <>f roatls. I
It was ne< essary to desrend by horrlble I
patba, Wblch the bad weather reml.-re.l
ulmost impiaitlit.ble, nnd tlu* artilleiv
Waa advanced hy the aid of hundreds
Four dlvlsiona under tieneral Dlini
trleff, one of the most aceompUibad
and darlng commanders in Europe,
formed a sort ot Immense flylng ' ol
timti. Every one carrhd ratioiia to last
for several days and an extra supply
Of ammunition. lt WM Impeiative to
conqnar qulckly, for it waa impooalhlel
to turn ba. k OtkCt the struggle was be- |
gun. Tht* Bnlfarlana llved on bread
The attack was vioient and un.eas
|_g, tlu- bayi.net betttfl utted on allsldes. I
ThO night attaefca ou the large modern
forta ware carrled on by the anateat
meihods, mucb as the walleil towers
were aaaanltad In oiden times, hand
granadaa playlng a greal part ln tbe
,.ru.*| an.l merclless strife.
The Turkish artillery . ut fttlTOWa in ,
tbe mass of Hulgars, but the lurrowsj
,v,*re Immediately flllad an.l the ad
fgBBb Wdi contlnued. The forts were j
vjth.n.t s.-archllghta. and In the dark
and raln.v nlghta thls elrcumstance fa- |
v.ir'.d the approach of the BulgarianB.
ti?. .uiiaaimailaait daawlhaa Btm ai
Hulgarian aeraplaaa detected a Turk-1
ish oommander bringlng a wbele di
? ision from Adrlanopie ln the dlrectlon I
of Kirk-Kilisseh. The bulgarians ln-I
I tory betwe.'n Adrianopie ami mr _w
porua All the rest of her European
(dominions ar*- t4, be taken firom h?'r
Bulgarla ls to extend Bouthward t?. tlu
.-V'g.-ui. Bertig is tO have an A'lriatic
aeapori snd Montenagro is t.> have Bcu
t.,n. Albaala aad Macedonla ara to ba
made Independenl prlnclpalltlea, with
prlnceg of Sweden and Denmark aa
I tercepted and ambuscaded "tho Turks.
I who wen- cut up and dlsperaed, leav?
ing th.-lr artlllery behind them. It
1 was brand new artlllery and the Bul?
garlan gunnera took it on to join tha
The correspondent boncludea with the
atatement that the garrleou of Kirk
Killss.li conslste.l ?t 40?Mai men. The
Bulgarian valor and daah, ha adds. are
not BUfflcleat to explain why tho garri
! son failt-.l to attempt to I ut its waj
out it "Hist hav.> been partly due to
1 demor.tli/.athm and dls4irder among
tlu- Turks und l-omploto unprepared
GIVES LIFE FOR ANOTHER
Gas Tank Repairer Aids Helper,
but Both Die.
i'n.y, N. Y, <>ot. *_7.-Hugh Murphy,
of Coboaa, and V. B. Mlller were
ilrown-d tO-day in a large gas tank in
Coboaa, Mlller, who was a resident of
Cinilnnati and an expert gas tan*
builder, had been sent to Cohoes to do
S4,m.* repalring, and had Just linished
hls task ami loft the tank, when Mur?
phy, who was helplng him, was over?
come by the futnes.
Mlller re-entered the tank and, put
ting a rope around his companlon, sig
nalled t" two men to ilraw th?* uneon
idoua maa up. When nearly to the
?-.lge of the tank Murphy partly re
gaine.l < ons.iotisness and struggle.l
wiien tbe OtbifB were attemptlng *o
llft him OUt
The rope became unfastened and
Murphy dropped back into the tank.
strlklng Mlller, who was on a LuDler
Beveral feel below. Both BBen fnH into
about tea feet of water ln the bottom
of th?* tank and were ilrowned.
CZAR'S SON IMPROVING
Temperature Down to 100?
General Condition Better.
St. pttersburg, Oct. *JT.?Crown
Prince Alexis paseed a food day. ac?
cording to th'- bulletln laaaed by the
physicians. liis general condition is
lmp-oving; temperature, 100, pulae, 120.
BUL6ARS 1HY 10
CUT THE LINES TO
Big Wheeling Movement in*
Progress, Designed to Drive
Turks in Northeasterly
Direction to the Sea.
POINT ON RAILROAD HELD
Baba Eski, Commanding Trunk
Line, Bifurcating Later to
Adrianople and Salon
ica, Wrested from
FORT IN MACEDONIA FALLS
Istip, Near Uskub, Captured by King
Ferdinand 'a Forces ? German
Offlcers Join Sultan's
General Staff, Says
Parifl. Oct. 27.?A special Rome dia*
patch saya that advicea were received
there to-night that Scutari had capitu
(in .'able to Th? Trlbunt* 1
London, Oct. _**i.?Success upon au< -
cess is attendirig the armlea of tht Bal?
kan allies. Hy forced marches, neaerd
ing to a dlspatch from Hofla. the Bul?
garlan eastern army has taken Baba
Eskl, aa important atrategic point
aixty miles southeast. of Adrianople.
At the j-.tme time they captured a
trainloa.l of Turks.
Thls operatlon is the flrat result of
the masterly turning movement de
sr-rihed in prevloua dlspatches, and
means that the Bulgarians are f*
cally aatrlde the railway. cutting i-nni
munications between ("onstantlnople
and Saloni.n and between ("or.stanti
nople and tlie 4'UKK- ottoman troop*
now in Adrianople.
An irn'M-rtant dispat. h from tho well
informed military ofBcer who acta BJ
corres-mndent fo*- the Vienna "Reieh-i
j.ost." sent hefore newa w;ts received
of the fall of Baba Eski, states that tbe
operatlons of the eastern army ai*
being dlre.-te.l af th.* OQmptetO <!? .strii -
tlon ttf all the Turkish forces along tlu
Marftza River aml thos4* retreatlnC
acrosa the Krgcne Kiver.
A Great Wheeling Movement.
Qeoeral DimttrieaTa arm* te deacrlheJ
aa advaming on a luoad fTOUt, th
right Hank along a line from Yenndi *
to Baba Kski, the western column to
Hafsa, with the .entral column ahMad
in the vicinlty of Kavakli, while th
forces composing tlu* left ..r eastern
wing are effe.ting ln for. ed mani.es .*
great wheeling movement vi.-i Bun.t
hlssar. Yiza and SaraJ toward the r?>a 1
from Lule Burgas to T.horlu and will
ln the COUrae <>f a faw hours lie ..,
the Hank of the Turkish iium army
There ar- Mtili eoneldemMe Turkish
for.'4's north <>f tiu- railw.i* Une, arhlla
ftthers are at ChOffta, Kerkoaktoj and
latmnan. Datacbad Bnlgartan foreee
hava been dispatched in the direction
of th.-se plac.-s and toward Midia, on
By an aiharue of tlie eaeteru whif
and a simultaneous attack from tht
west. it is intended t.> cut <>ff the Turk?
ish army from 4'onstantini-plc. force lf
toward tbi aoaahOTW and then cmpcl it
to capitu late.
To Attack Adrianople.
A general attack is imminent before
Adrianople. The Bulgarians are most
successful on thc-'r southwestcrn and
Tha fall of the Arnautkoej group of
fortltlcations is next expected, after
whlch the Bulgarians wu\ be able to at?
tack the strong Katalza position. * ich
ls being bombarded by heavy artlller* ,
and alao from the rear. A Bulgarian
column from the Arda Valle-' haa oc
ruiietl Salpistalar and Kmirli. whil.*
troops advanclng toward SkcnderkinJ
have already cut off tlie llne of rctr. at
to the southeast.
The ?Heichspost" correspondent ln
concluslon expresaes the opinion tli.u
the operatlons agalnst Adrianople ;mkb
the Turkish tieKl army wlll be brougflfl
lo a successful COWOluaaan next wt'ik,
wikereupon the Bulgarians will be in _
poaltlon to march on Conatantlnople.
News only less il lmportance to the
furegoing ia the capture by the Bul?
garlan weatern army of Istip, the Turk?
iah fortress between I'skub and Mon
astlr. Thls. from some pointa of view,
ls the military key to Macedonia.
It is reported from Athena that the
t'reek army in Eplrus has occupled the
passes of Louros and Pentepigedia, on
the road to Yanina.
Breach of Neutrality.
A eensational Item of news reachea
l.ondon from a good quarter ln Berlin
to the effect that the I'.t-rman offlcers
who bave actad previously as instruc
tors of the Turkish army have openly
Jolned the Turkish general staff. Thls
tremendous and unexpected accession
of Intellectual strength aa regarda the
handllng of the Turkish forces may
have a big effect, but lt ls thought that
it ls a glaring breach of neutrality and
showa how desperately anxlous Oer?
many is to prevent the success of the
Balkan States. though there is every ln
dlcatlon that it has been decided upon
too late to turn the scales ln Turkey'a
Constantinople ls at last really
alarniud. The Sultan summoned au ?x