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flHB IHE SPOILS
q, H. Moses, Ex-Minister to
Greece, Draws New Map of
6IVES SALONICA TO SERVIA
Qrete, JEgean Isles, Epirus and
f grt of Mgcedonia to Greece
_Big Extension for
n . al.le t" The Trlbune.)
london. Nor. '.'.-George Higgin**
i iioer*. who recently resigned the post
v American Minister to Greece. was in
Cettinjc at the time Montenegro de?
clared war against Turkey, and had
the trlvllege of reading the declaration
itself before it was banded to the
Tqrkish Mlnlater ln that clty, Mr
jlosfs baa alwaya taken e deep inter?
est in the affalra <'f the Balkan States,
and tlu pN sumption is. ln the cir.um
itancrs. that he would be parthulajly
well informed on the plans of tbe alUw
ai far as they would be made known
to any one not directly concerncd. It
may be added as further evidence of
Mr. Moeeea aaaociation with the alllea
that it l? underatood he is to be pres?
ent in London in connection with tbe
nefotlations for the increase of the
Gfcek na\ y.
In rpeaking to-day of the situatior.
inSouthca?tein Europe Mr. Moses gave
lii.folloning outllne of the partitlon
,.f'European Turkey among the Balkan
States in the event of their vlctory:
-It is mon- than llkely that the eaat*
(rn i^rt of Macedonla will fall to Bul
pria. that Old Bervla and a portion of
?be Pandjak of Xovlpazar wlll fall to
gervin and the rest of the sandjak and
Ihe Malissori country. with a houndary
not far north of Yanina. to Montenegro.
The Bouthweet portlon of Macedonla
?nd all Epirus. Crete and the -**gean
liles wlll go to Greece.
This." added Mr. Moses. "leaves the
cHitral Btrip of Macedonia ninnlng
down IO Balontca, which may go to Set -
via. in order to give her a direct outlet
to the sea. and provided alwaya that
the economic and political difnVulties
with Austria ivhlch such annexation is
likely to create can be aultaUy ar
Mr. Moses remarkeil that a difficulty
in maklng peace will be found in pos?
sible compllcations on the questlon of
compensation to Rumania. but did not
believe that the men who had prepared
thla var with the skill and foresight
demonstratcil by the concerted mili
Ury movements of the four allled
iUtes could have neglected so impor
Unt a feature of the final settlement.
H* thought, indeed, that the Balkan
States had reached a definite conclu
tton on the aubjeet with Rumania be?
fore the fiTst steps in the Balkan mo
Mllzation had been taken.
Concerning Auatrra'a interests in a
laal settlement, Mr. Moses thought
iiey would prove purely commercial.
ind that so long as no obstacle was
rtaced in the way of the development
tf her industrles she wouid be per
'ectly content with the solution out
3REEK SQUADRON SIGHTED
Unding To Be Attempted Prob
ably in Oulf of Enos.
?'on?tantincp|e. Nov. ..--It i- report
ti from Kavala. on the .-Igean Sea.
JntaGreek aquadron has been aighted
eff Fnoa. at the n.outh of tbe Marltaa
iRher. ln the Guif ot Enoa Tbe Greek
wanhlie were convoying a number of
trenaports, and it is belleved that a
lindlng is contemplated.
A telegram frotn Scutari, dated sev?
eral daya ago, reports that the Monte
nigrlns In one of thelr assaults against
tbe town had lost two thousand men
MJled or wounded.
The Gennan gunboat Loreley. bring
ing ex-Sultan Abdul Hamid from Sa
ksjlca arrived here to-day. Abdul
?tmid and tlie members of tbe harem
?utt to he placed for the present In
Btyler Hey Palace, on the Asiatic side
of the Bosporus.
TURKS FIGHT AND FLEE
Division Falls Baek from Serai
Sofia. Nov. 2. lt is reported that the
BoigarlariK surrounded Torgut Shefket
Hcha and a Turkish dlvlaion on the
bfights east of Serai. After doeporate
flghtluj the Turks broke the Hulgarian
dtcle and fled to Tchataldja.
In the battle south of Lule Burgas
tb* Bulgarians captured elghty cannon
Bad one hundred and slxty wagons of
The epidemic of Influenza?
Coryza? Grip?is rapioMy spread
?ng'throug-hout the entire country,
% importance of escaping conta
fJon. witli a long winter ahead,
lPP*al>. to everyone.
Br. Hiimphreys' " Seventy
**rn" meet* the exigencv of tlie
Taken early. cut> it short.
Taken during its prevalencc prc
Kcupie* the system and prevent^
t* -ivasion. ,
A small vial of pleasaiu pellets,
Jt* the vest pocket. At your
Druggist 25c. or mailed.
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*i p?y ih* hlghest <-M?h pri- ?? fer
WAflONDS, ?EARLS, PRECIOUS STONES
JEWELRY AND SIIAER
A *pt>!ai <]?psrtment for th? appralaul
ef r_n111? ;???!? and the dlspoaal of mmt.
AII valuahl** left with u* are lully cov
?r*4 9y lneuiam* wlthout co*t to the
8. wyler ?***?!??
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DANGER INCREASING |
[ B I 'able tn Tha Tl lBBMM.1
T'aris. Nov. 2.?According lo informa?
tion from abaoiutely truat worthy
aourcoa ln ronstantlnople, the niasses
of tbe ignorant. fanatlcal population of ,
! M.iinbotil. together with fajnlebed I
j refugees from the armleB in Thrace j
| and Kurds from Asiatic Turkey. are all
in such excltement that wholoaalO mas
aacraa of Ohrlslians and lootlng and
burning may take place at any |
moment ahould the frenzled Moslem
niob get beyond the control of the gov?
ernment, whose authorlty is hourly
The situation is far more crltlcal
I than during the Russo-Turkish war or,
I indeed. than at any time since the con
| quest of Hyzantlum bv the Turk.
Raymond Polncare, the French Pre
imier, has by common consent become
praetlcally the spokesman of the Trlple
; Kntente ln lt? proposals for lnterven
tlon ln the Balkan war. Fortunately, a
I thorough understandlng prevails be
j tween Paris and Berlln. based upon an
earnest desire to prevent a European
(onflagration. but the orucial point
just now ls Vlenna. where, following
the tradltion of centuries, efforts are
being made to deal dlrectly and sep
amtely with Scrvla, Bulgaria and
Qreece to secure h guarantee of Aus
Moreover, the eonviction prevails that
a se.rpt treaty of Ihe hlghest im
portame already exists between Auk
trla and Servia which Will be.otne tbe
basls of the approaohing settlcment.
Meanwhile your correspondent is as
sured on unrjuestionable autborlty
that the unanlmlty of the powera of
the Triple Alllance and of tbe Triple
Entente solely depends upon Austria. So
much for Dame Europe and her good
Intentions. but it ls now believed that
the Rulgarians wlll not listen to an>
proposals of mediation until thelr troops
have entered Constantinople and that
(Ireece wlll refuse to talk of peace
until her army oc< upies Saionlca.
On the other hand. it is feared that
the Turkish government and the Sul
tan are becomlng so compromlsed that
they wlll not be able to enforce thelr
autborlty ln Constantinople nor even
represent the nation when the moment
for negotlatlons arrives.
ON ADRIANOPLE NEXT
V'lenna Nov. I Now that the Turkish
maln arm) |i ,i? good as destroyed, the
Bulgarlan armj ot inveatment around
Adriauopl- wlll Mrrngthened agaln,
i and the aaaaull on the fortrees contlnued
[with Inereaaed energy, aeeeMinf to the
corre*pondciit of th. Relchapeet" with
th.- Bulgarlan ai mj
Whlle the great battle batneen the
Turks and Bulgariana "..- gotag on fur
! ther to the Bonth ihe Bulgarlan siege
gnna posted al Kadikeul on Wedneadar
bombardeci the 'l'urKish erorkfl belonglag
to the group on tha northwcal from of
Adrianople, of which Tchatal i. .-.rt Is I
the <entte Thls fort, which bearfl the;
same name as the llne of flnfenci I before :
c'onstantinople. is the strongest of thos?
surrounding Adrianople. to whlch tt form-s J
the actual key. and Its capture would
certainly brlng about the fall of the city. j
1, is thought. however, that the garrison
wlll be atarved out
The bomhardment from Kadikeul was
kept up for elght hours on Wednesday.
Md then. after an interval, resumed. The
effect of the Bulgarlan shells was very
conslderable. The rcply of tlu Turkish
guns was quitc lno_eCtlye
In the meantime a C-fotnn of Bulgari?
ans advanced to the attack in the dlrec
tion of Maras and strong detachmentB
were also launched against Karagach
Ki.tt. to the southwest of the clty. The
Turkish garrlson. which ls estimated at
? ? men. made numerous sortlcs nt
Since last night a fearful battle has
laKing. with varying auccess, near
the biidg.- over the Maritza Kiver at
Maras. The Turks dlsplayed rxtraordl
narv stubbot nnoaa, c.ntlnually bringlng
up freah reoeTVea and hurling them into
Thls has been the moM sanguinary bat
110 the Bulgarlan artny has had to aus
KAISER SALUTES GREEKS
Sends His Congratulations to
King George*s Army.
Athena. Nov. 2.?It Ib reported that
the German Emperor has sent a letter
to his sisrer. Princess Bophlo, wlfe of
Crowg Prtnce Conatantlne. which haa
h0(.u , ommunlcated to the frown
Prtnce, congratulatlng the Greek army
on tbe courage it has dlsplayed.
The Greeks have defeated the Turks
in another battle on the road to Monas
ttr Advancing along the direct road
from Kosani inatead of by the rallway
from Verria, the fifth Greek dlvlslon
arrlved at b' o'clock laat evening before
the Turkish posltlon of Katruanttza.
near the vlllage of Maltan.
Durlng tbe night a force of Turks
and Albanians attacked the Greek
camp. but they were repulsed. with a
loss of V^O killed and wounded.
\t dawn the Greeks began a generai
-.ttack on the fortlfied posltlon of the
Turks and. after a flght lastlng two
hours drove them out of their
trenchea. The Turks lost 200 cavalry
men and 1<?> infantrymen killed. whlle
_even of thelr field guns were captured.
Diopatches from Kosani say that
when the Greeks arrlved at the vlllage
of Ineli a whlte flag was hoisted. The
<;reeks. suapecting treachery, sent for?
ward acouta, on whom the Turkish
j^asants opened flre. The Greeka then
Kurrounded and burned the vlllage.
one hundred prisonera were taken. and
they wlU be trled by court martial.
The admlral ln eommand of the
dreek flcet reporta crulelng off the
Dardanellea awaltlng the appcarance
of Turklah warahlpa.
Thc blockaxle around Epirua now ex
tends for 140 mllea. _
I,ate reporta aay that the Greek* and
Servians have effected a Junctlon and
are advancing on Balonlca.
The inhabltanta of the Turklah town
of Nlauatu, to the northeaat of Verria.
have expelled the Turkt?h authorities
and invlted the Greek Crown Prlnce to
occupy the town. They 9999?+toB4
to aupply the Greek army with _MM>
ratlona of bread daily.
FI6HTING IN MACEPONK
Battle with Greeks in Plain of
I'onstantlnople. Nov. 2.-Newspaper
diKpatches rrom H-kritca, dated No?
vember l, say that heavy ftghtlng con
tinues on the Plaln of Vardar and that
the Greeka are sustalnlng heavy loases.
The Turkish troops are sald to have
enptnrod twenty-flve Greek cavairymen
and two fleld guna. and the Greeka are
descrlbed aa retlrlng. purBued by the
An ofrtclal despatch from Salonlea
this evening says that the Turkish
forcee whlch atarted from Salontoa
have formed a Junctlon with the troopa
lat Varidari on the Vardar Kiver. A
column from Yenidiah has auccccded ln
taln before Adrianople The Bulgarian
troopB dlsplayed a complete contempt for
The fall of Adrianople may be expected
nfst week. accordlng 10 the torrespondem
of the "Reiehspost." telographlng from
Muatarpha Pacha last evenlng^U 6 o'clock.
The capltulatlon of the city. he sa\-,
BBjgth be forced sooner by a ruthless bom
batdment by the Bulaarians, but Kins
Kerdinand has orderrd tbe city to bl
The slege bas been complete for many
daya paet, and the fall of Demotlka, to
arhleh place the Turks had taken JO.OOu
men In thelr retreat after the battle of
Klrk-Kiliaseh. with the lef.-at of the
maln Turkish army at Lule Hurgaa, re
moves all fear of an Interruptlon of the
Bulgarian slea;c opetations b) the TurlU
At present the Bulgarian artill-i' Il
< ontinulng the bombardnient of the Turk?
ish works on th.- northwest from of
Thr pursuit of the Turkish arm] and
the attempt to outflank It on its llne of
retreat to fonstantinoplc have Blread]
progressed so far that tiu oonwlec OUdr
cllns of NavVm Parhtu troops ma] OjCCUf
at any moment
The correapondenl continue" hla dia
patch by referring airaln to .th-- battl
between the T irks and RulHrlaUB ?t
Bunarhlsaar and Lolo rhrrgaa Ha *n.
phaslzes mCO more the heroK assnnlta
hv p.uljrarians on the Tuikisl <entre in
the vallev of Kavak during tbe se.ond
da^s flghting. The Bulgarian infantry
advanced on the Turka three tlmes at the
charife. but **re l.urled back afc'am and
agaln Vndtsmayed and unahaken by the
appal'.lnar Are. however. th- IMl?..r1ans
started to chatge a fOUTt* tinaO, and au.'
ceeded Ir. capturlng the belBht- of Kawk
after a terrible flght at '-lo.-e ,,unrters
dtslodglng the Greeks who ocrupled a
nosltion ai Vcrtekop. near Vodcna, Ui
Macedonia. Numeroua prisomrs ami
t.-n guns were captured
Turkish fon es. according to the ad
vIceB. have riesrended from Monastir
and turned the Greeks under the CfOWU
Moslem refugees continue to Blrtva
here from Rodosto and M'.dia. Tbe
price of bread has rlscn. bul tbe aup
plles of wheat, flour and mcat COntlnuo
to come from Ruaada Rtimania and the
AdvlCOO from BaJoniM report tbat
Brltish and French LTUioera have ar
rived at Salonica and that two QorggBB
war vessels are expected there
AMERICA _WILL_KEEP OUT
U. S. Warships Not To Be Sent
to Turkish Waters.
Washington, Nov. 2. ?Strlctly adher
ing to its policy of non-intcricrcnce in
the polltlcs of Europe, the l'nlted
States has no intentlon of sendlng war
sliips to the theatre of tbg Balkan war
or having a VOice ln the terms of peace
This became known to-day as the preH
ent attltude Of the American govern?
ment, altbough BO ofttcla! atatenienl
Thla poaition cOinCtdaa willi the
declaration of the Senate in ratifying
the Algeclras conventlon of 11**1, a
pronouncement which has uerved a a
gulde for the State Department. The
resolutlon spcciflcally atated that the
partlclpation of the l'nlted States ln
the Algeclras confeience was solely lo
promote American oommen e ln Mo
rocco, protect American life and prop?
erty and ald ln removlng fri.tlon which
might reBult in war. and' was "with?
out purpose to depart from the tradl
tlonal American forelgn poll.y whlcb
forblds partlcipation l.y the l'nlted
States In the settlement of polltical
fjucBtions Which are entirely European
ln thelr seope."
Even in the case of the Algeoiras
conference. the parthlpation of the
L'nlted States was relu< tant and was
due prlmarlly to the fact that thls
country had been a party to the treaty
of 1KXO regardlng spheres of Influencc
in Northern Africa.
Aeide from thiB disposltlon to keep
out of European polltlcs offlcials point
out that the great powers probably
would vlgorously objed lo the dlsplay
of an American naval force ln Near
Eastern watere. even were it posslbb'
?, Bend battleahlps to Europe befon
the crlsis ls paaBed. The little eou
verted yacht Scorplon. the American
station Bhlp at Constantinople. prob?
ably will continue to be the aole reprc
sentatlve of the United States navy in
Ihe zone of trotiblc.
Other Foreign News
Part IV, Page Eight
1 ?ntloiied from flrst pagr.
martne men are to return on board al
Leading dockyard offlcials have been
recalled to duty. and it is rumor.d
that a flotilla will satl to-nlght under
scaled orders. Men on leave are being
recalled by wlre. All men belonglng
to the seventh destroyer flotilla wer*
suddenly recalled from leave yester?
day and had to be on board last night.
The whole, flotilla, numberlng some
twenty vessela, is expected to put to
All oflicers and men of the^war craft
at Plymouth were ordered to-day to
be aboard thelr ahlpa at 7 o'clock this
(Sunday) mornlng. Eater an Ad
mlralty dispatch ordered those of the
lifth destroyer flotilla aboard thelr
ships at 11 o'clock last evening at the
It is probable that Great Britain,
having no ambltlons ln the Near East,
may bave been comlssioned to act for
the rest of Europe ln bringlng material
pressure to bear upon the populatlons
of Conatantinople and Balonlca with
regard to the anti-Chrlstian propensi
ties domlnant in those cities.
Chatham, Nov. 2. ?Great excitement
naa eaused here to-day by the receipt
of urgent Admiralty telegram* rcoall
Ing offlcers and men to thelr ships.
Messengers on bkycles were dlspatched
in all dlrections. The uuthorlties are
retlcent. but it is belleved that the or?
ders relate to the battleships Russ.-ll
and Duncan. now ln the Medway.
NEWS OF DISASTERS
Messages Reporting Bulgarian
Victories Not Allowed to Go
Out of Constantinople.
London, Nov. 'J--After the long and
.1,. lalve battle of the war there is
calm for a few hours. No late news
ia to hand from the field of the rccent
lightitig an.l Constantinople ..fhcials
still refaea t.. rennit messages deallng
..ith lb Turkish defeat to be sent out
,,: th- capitaL How far the Ottoman
;min Will ba able t.. pull itself to
gethei and whether it wlll make a
stand ln the forts ontshie of Con?
atantinople are questions utianBWOI 1
The Servlan advan- e toward Salonua
continucs The Greeks daim t.. ba
pushing BtendUy forward, but Turkls'i
messages Insist that the Grck arnr
has met with a repulse. that the CTOWn
Prtnce ran away and that th< Qreek
poaitkNI i" precarious.
Adrianople nnd Balonlca ar< no i
rounded by enemies Th- Turkish army
ln Macedonla i? cut off from all *1d<
The >? ivians hold ali of Old ?ervia and
ar.' adnUaloterlnfl the gnvernaaenl from
the anctenl mnfttl i'?kub. ueports
of massacr.-s by the rrtreatlng Turks,
with barbardu* detnil^. ite plling up
Centrmg on Adrianople.
So . onfblent at.- the Bulgarians of
their ability to OVOrOO-M the battered
arm> of Nazim Ca-ha. the Tuikish
ciinniaiid.-r In < hlef. now stret. h.-.J
along the T. hataldja llne bullt to de
f.nd tlie <ittoiiiHh capital. that part of
theli arm) ii being aeat baek to
Adrianople. II wlll there complete tha
Inveetmeni of that fortreea and earrj
Ofl the OXB9JB,
The Christlan soldlers In the TurkiHi
army contlnue to deanrl in gr'at num
bai They declare the\ were alwa\?
placed in th'- front llne of battle
Tb, r> aeema now to be no caenpe for
the Tlirka Tbe Bulgarians are folluw -
Ing up thelr su'-cesses with u dash th.it
1 BUrprkrtng tba world They are now
endeavoring, aml by this time probebly
with anooooe, to get a fJoroa of their
troopa ftoin Serai, between the routed
Turklah army amder Naatca Pacta and
the l'i hataldja llnoa Thls move would
fulfll the tWOfold purpose of putting an
end to aii Turklah reoMance and stop
plflg tt.c defeated and maddent-d tttto
iiihii Boldlerjf from reaohlng Const.tn
iiiK.pl'. Where their arrlval i3 so much
feared by tha popnlatJon,
If the Bulgarians succeed in cutting
;h<- flying Turks off from Tchataldja
tba) are llkely to go on to Constantino?
ple. wbere the> will dktate their termi
Baleful Bulgarian Legend.
Tbey are not llkely. however, to sta>
in Conetaatlnopln ?s thero ls a Bul?
garian legend whlch says that any na?
tlon OO upylng Constantinople ls cer?
tain to be ln perpctual trouble with Ita
What th< Bulgarians always have
,-iiinfd at la tbe n.cupatlon of the prov
Ineo of Adrianople, whlch 00-100 ilown
to -i line between the Black Sea iiml
the Bea of Marmoru, mar the buse ol
Th<- Turkish troops rr.ight have foiim]
?i nay Of retreat toward the port ol
RodOOto, on the Sea of Marmora, but
this in now Occnplad by the Bulgarians
That ihoroitgh knowledge of the eoun
irv which haa onah>d the Bulgarlans
; to Bdvance ao rapldly has also been
i used tn hlock every avenue of escape
| for the Turka.
There is BtlU some lightlng spirit lef.
j in the Turks at Adrianople, however,
1 and froaa Bulgarian sources come BO
' COUnta of desperate sortiea made by
' the garrtson. ln some of these the
Bulgarians have bnd the hardest kind
Of tlKhting to contend against.
The Bulgarian besiegers continue
poundlng away with their artlllery at
the forts of Adrianople, and the fall
of the strongest one of these would
BJItan tbe. capture of the cttjf.
Thouianda Dead and Wounded.
The Bulgarlans have said nothlng as
to thel;- dead and wounded. but from
the accounta of the severe flghtlng they
have paaaed through thelr caaualtles
must have been very heavy.
More than ftlQOQ Turkish wounded
are reported to have arrlved already
The ambulance services of none of
tho armles are anywhere near able to
rope with the work set them, and
whlle all the countrles of Europe have
sent contlngents to asslst in carlng for
the wounded, the sufferlng in the war
Broa must be unparalleled.
The Brltlah Forelgn Offlee, which
usually is one of the quletest places ln
London on Saturday, was all bustle
this afternoon. Slr Edward <irey. the
Secretary of State for Foreign Affalrs,
WbO, contrary to custom, ls reinalnlng
in town over the week-ond. received
tba Rusalan, Austrlan. Turkish and
Italian ambawsadors and the Bulgarian
Mlnister this afternoon.
All the sailors ,.f the British de
Btroyer and submarine squadrons on
leave have received orders to return
immediately. Th* actlon of the British
Admlralty haa created a stir, but it
may have no relation to the war.
Glbraltar reported to-day the pass?
age of the British cruiser Dartmouth,
bound for the Levant. The third bat?
tle squadron wJB arrive there from
England early to-morrow and will pio- |
cetd eastward after a stay of only one i
Unusual actlvlty in the Portsmouth ]
dockyard Is reported. It is said that |
preparatlona are being made to get l
1 'he nhrtb destrover flotllla ready for !
Tbe British crutsera Barhain, We> - I
mouth and Medea have been intercept- |
nl hy wireless and ordered to sail for
tiu- Levant forthwlth. The Barham
is to go to Suda Bay and the other
|\%o veaaeJa to places where they wlll
00 conveniently situated in caae of
Rumors of Fall of City Uncon
firmed in Sofia.
Bofta, Nov. t.?Peratatent rumora of
th.- fall <.f Adrianople cauaed great
,r..u>is to assemble around the \\ar
Office throughoul th.- day. Thara were
ftleo reporta Ibnt the Bubjarutna have
captured Ma Turkiah tmina noai De
niotlka No ofBcial conflrmatlon <>f
elther ..i theae reporta couM bo ob?
Bulgarian avlatora have made a
i umber of Bighta <.ver Adrianople. and
th., lat. -i autbentlc Information is to
the < ffe.t thal tho hornbardment <>f the
iott- . ontinuoa.
Rains and Wind Impede Work
Montenaarra, Mov. I, -Heavy
rains and wlnds are hnpeding th. M.-n
ten.Kiin operationa around s. utari.
The three rivera BuiTounding the city
hav. nvi ril'.we.l. but an infantry bri
K.,.i. luccaodad in croaalng the Boyana
by pontoon bridge on Friday, r.-in
furcliiK the troopa under Crown PrincO
iMnii.. Thera was a mlle of mud on
, Ither bank of th?- river. through which
th.- soldiers were .ompelled to wnde.
sotnetinies waiat high.
oplnlon ls dlvided on the subject of
' a slege. OtM party demanda a vlgorous
aaoaolt against S< utari. regardless of
loea; the other wants a regular mVOat.
mant, s.. that ihe ctvlhan lnhabitants
may be spared.
An Austrian destroyer has been
crulsing ln Montenegrin waters for the
la?l three days. between Antlvari and
tbe mouth of the Boyana River. angcr
mg the Montcnegrins.
MORE TURKISH ATROCITIES
Two Hundred Women and Old
Sofla. Nov. V..-Bulgarian reports say
that the Turkish troops durlna: thelr
retreat from Baba Eskl to Lule Burgas
mat-sacred two hundred women. old
man BBd children ln the village of
\ number of tbe victims were still
urithlng in their death agonbs whon
,,?? Bulgarian troopa entered the place.
Before exacuatlng Bunarhlssar the
Turkiah troops shut up two hundred
Bulganans In the barracks and set
nre to the building. accordlng to the
newspaper "Mlr." All the Bulgarlans
The Turkish troops. accordlng to the
^.ame newspaper. are also masshirlng
Bulgarian rcsidents in the Struma Val
L. P. Hollander & Co.
ha\e lelected from their regular stock a lot of
Plain Tailored Suits
an<l markcd them
Regular pricc> ?o5.00 to $"5.00.
FIFTH AVE. at 46th St.
LORD ROBERTS FACES
LOSS OF PENSION
Covert Threat Made in House of Commons
After His Warning to His Country
men Against Germany.
| Rj OaMa te Tlio Trlt>un?. 1 i
Londori. Nov. 2. -Karl Koherts has
raleed a veritablc hornets' nest about J
his ears b\ his BpOOCh at Manchester
the other day, in which h?> warned Eng
land tO be armed to prepare for war
agflhUt Germany < >nly a few weeks
ago all Bngtend naa only too ready to
hurl deflancr- al Germany and to take
offence at the sllghtest sign of Gernian
milltary or naval actlvity. It mlght
well have been thought that England
not only weleoined but eagerly awnit
ed the affray, but now, with actual
tlghting la Turkey and with a sltua
tlon frnught with danger to the peace
of Europe, it Is remembered that Ger
muny is the sibnt but none the lesa
actlve ally of the power which ia the
chiel" factor of danger to European
peace. The posslbilltles of the sltuatlon
include that of real war, ln whlch Eng
land will l>e ooliged to take part lf the
sltuatlon is not handled with the ut
most care and dellcacy, and poor Lord
Itoberta tberefore is anathema slmply
because he has repeated what every
RngUftUD-a has been saylng for
A covert thrrat has been made in the
Houee of Commons that Lord Roberts's
half-ray of .? 10,000 a year wlll be
stopped because of the speech, while
many anxious members of Parliament
have taken advantage of the oppor?
tunity to say they hope Germany will
not be offended by the unfortunate
speech, and Sir Edward Grey himself,
in a more than apologetic reply to ques?
tions in the House of Commons, said
that a forelgn power ought not to no
tlce the irresponsible statements of a
man not a member of the government
and with no hand in nhaplng the pollcy
.if the country. Ofl the other hand. a
number of members of Parliament have
Joined in a letter to I^ord Roberts prals
! ing the speech and expresslng their
tlianks for the needed warning to the
country. At the same time _j the at
i tack is being made on Lord Roberts
| the English Ilnd the titmost delight In
cilling attentkM to the fact that the
Turkish army has been trained by Ger
man ottcen, that Turkish strategy has
been taueht by Ueimar.s and lhat the
Turkiah dafanta muat Uierfjfpra he
laken as discredlting tbe (Jcrmaii BrbOOl
of milltarv thought.
MENOCAL'S VICTORY CLOSE
Conservative Margin for Cuban
Ilavana. KoV. 2. The sweeplng COnaoT -
atlve vt.tory of Oeneral Marlo Monocal
and BarlOjno Jos^ Varona, c'onaervallve
candidaleB for the Presidency and Vice
l*reaadeney, respectiveiy. whteb was in
dicated by ihe reports from a.l oarta of
ihe hdaad laat nlKht and thls inornlng,
appeare not to bava been reaitaed.
Although the adherenta of Alfredo
Zayas. the Uberal candidate. continue lo
clalm vlctory. there ia little douht to
nlght that Oeneral Menocal has been
elected. but by a sl-nder majorlty -prob?
ably not more than t>2 of the 115 member'
of the Electoral College.
Returna from Plnar del Rio show that,
the Conservatlves have earrled the prov
Ince, assurlng the election of Generaf
There ia no question of a Conservatlva1
triumph In Havana city and provlnce.,
Order haa been maintained throughoutl
and there ls little prospect of dlaturb-'
ances. The rural guard and regulars no\*>
ftill control of the altuatlon and the capi
tal contmues under mllltary occupatlon.
APPEAL8 COURT TAKE8 RECE88.
Albany, Nov. l.-The Court of AppeaiO
took a recesa to-day until November II.
ELECTION IN NICARAGUA
No Opposition to Adolfo DiazH
Managua, Nlcaragua, Nov. J.-Electlena;
for Prealdent, Vtce-Presldent and mem<
bers of the Asaembly were held to-da^
throughout Nlcaragua. There ?'as oniV
one ticket ln the fleld for the Prealdenejr
and Vice-Prcaldencv. that of the Ceneer
vatlve party, ti.e leadera of which a fort
nlght ago agreed on the candldacy of th?|
provisional President. Adolfo Dlar. and
Kernando Solorzano. *ho was elactad,
Vice- Presldent by the National Assembl*
, in October, 1911.
I General C'hamorro lsaued an open lettM
io the conservatives to aupport thla tlclcet,
ttro $? tSite
OUTER APPAREL, MILLINERY ^P^ FURS
FOR WOMEN. MISSES enaf JUNIORS
ln our seiection of models, materials
and shades we always have in mind the
cxacting woman?the one who wants
the uncommon in style.
For whatever occasion ? the Opera, the Horse
Show, the Theatre, for Restaurant icear,
Afternoon Functions?and Outing Events, su 'h
as the Football Games, Motoring, etc, wifh
their demand for garments of warmth and
ronifort?lhe same individuality of style and
sensible prices characterize EVERYTHING in
the five salons of this Store de Luxe?
Whether one is seeking a smart Street Frock of serge,
broadcloth, velvet, corduroy or charmeuse at $35, or an
elaborate Evening Goun at $65, $85, $150 and upward.
there is the same good tastf in every garment.
The beautiful IVraps of charmeuse, velvet and brocade,
many fur-tnmmed, at $48, $f5t &5 anc- $75* anc* ??
stunning IVraps of silk, velvet, plush, matelasse and brocade
with collar and cuffs of ermine, mole, fox or chinchilla
squirrel, at $135, $lOj, $IQ5, $250 and upward.
The smart Tailor-made Suits of uncommon style and
material at $45, $55, &S% $75, or *e charming Fur
trimmed Models at $65, $75, $85, $100 and upward.
The chic Walking Hats at $18, $22 and $25, and the ex
quisite Dress Hats at $30, $35, $40 and upward.
The rich Fur Sets of pointed fox at $75; of mole at $12$,'
of taupe fox at $125 anc* HW ?* si*vcre<l ^ox at $25?'> ?*
ermine at $200; of broadtail at $225; of wolverine at $150;
of cross fox at $135; of chinchilla at $150.
The luxurious Fur Coats, in a variety of the most etfective
plain and draped models, at $135, $150, $200, $250 and
upward; the new Fur-lined and lur-trimmed Motor Coats
at $55, $65, $75 and upward.
The showing as a whole constitutes an cnsemble
of fashionable Outer-dress from which the fas
tidious woman will derive genuine pleasure and
entire satisfaction in making her selections.
At no other time during the season wiii the display be as
complete and as attraetive as J40W, and we cannct too
strongly urge the advisability of coming before the very
choicest things are sold and cannot be duplicated at any
price. As usual, the invitation to see them is sincere
whether looking or buying.
fifth Aimutt at 46th fctmt