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PROGRESSIVE
But Not Radical
V>? LXXn..N* 24,099.
New York's Only
Republican Paper
Kaln early to-day. followed hy falr
-nd i-older. Falr to-morrow.
NEW-YOKK. EijJDAV, NOVEMI-l-l.
1912.-SEXTEEN PAGES. * * PRICE ONE CENT
Iu CltT of New Vork. _er_*> < Ity and llohoi.en.
r.l^EH'HKKK TWO 4 KNTS.
STATES SHIFT IN
WILSON'S FAVOR
president-Elect Takes Illinois
Safely from Roosevelt, Bare
ly Holds California. Chief
Progressive Stronghcld.
POPULAR VOTE COMING IN
Only Fo_r States Complete,
but Estimatei Show Winner,
Despite an Overwhtjlming
Electoral Vote, Did Not
Get l y!.?.jority.
COLONEL FINISHES SECOND
Apparentiy Hap 89 Per Cent of Total
Vote. to Taft's 26 Per Cent. but
Oonplets Crnvass May Shift
n_i_ R^tio?Socialiste and
"Dr. s" G?ining Steadily.
San Francisco. Nov. 7.?At 10 o'clock
Wilson's plurality ov - Roosavalt in
t^e state i-ia been reduced to 99 votes.
The figures were: 4,238 precmcts out
ef 4.372. VVIson 280.426: Rooaevelt.
280.327. Four precincts from Loa An
geias Countv coitributed toward this
c^an^e. _
,,, ? ,? ridantial voto .
i ti il otaVM -
I ia aiifi ?, , , ?" Mli noaotn? waa .
ia<, '. ? the electlon analyola jroa- I
t-re!i.y 'i hal ovorahadowod
the Interest ? ''"" populaf troU tablei;. I
which fo! ihe flral tlin* began to take
gomethii r at or ai cui i fonn,
\t 'liidnight it BOOmed - ertam that |
aroodrov Wllaon I. laad over;
Olonel Rooaevell n Illinois, ana1 that;
the third t rni candldat* n.iKht re->
gain his running mate'n *taw CaHfor- ;
r,j.?_ nt maraln. kflnnoaot*i
ln th?* Rooeevell eolnmn. j
Wyoinii K still hung i.etweei. the Pros- '
Went ind Wilson. v>ith ihe advantage
in Wilson's favor. Kanaaa seemed ns
Wfed t" the Democrats by n flva flgwre
plurality.
ral votes now
gi- - wilson 42? practlcally cartain;
r.-., it, 72 ind Tnft -ur. ly 17, wlth -
,, .. three more Iron*. Wyoming. '
Wilson Net Popular Choice.
v-jch ilgurcs ar? i ..talnable on the
>c.?;i irileote plalnly that Wil
,,,? Rill not e?-t ? t.ajorlty of the total
autnber east. Four st-.tes ha\e tabu
lated their rdtos '.'onnecticut, Oeor
gi*. N v Ham ishln uml Yermont. In
.,f ipnlar vote has been
?al rcturhl) eatlrantad th,is far. but
thr r. ;??> ts ir. li, vito thnt <hr comblne.l
nd Taft will be ap
aroxlmately l,aoo,*aJ mor* than th"
mlo for "'.overnor Wllaol
Th. flsrurea aill bo materlally
ehanged hy Ihe flnal count, but it is ex
pt ;. ] thnt the proportion for each can
itdat< wlll not von froatry. The pre
nunl flve- Wilson approxi
-. per ponl ot tho vote; Roose
? r rent, and Taft, L'6 per cent.
Tr,' total TOt? thUi fat reported 1"
],.., tha lr\ K'"1*. whlla tlie offlcial re?
turns are expaetad to bring lt above
those flK'ir*s. ln TV'S. out of a com
blnorl vote of 14.030.858 <~**t for Taft
ind Rryan, PraaMc-l Taft recelved
n.ora than 54 par rent.
Many Statee Republican.
M'-re complete figures avallable show
that many states whleh gave thelr elec
t.ral votes to Wilson remain loyal to
the Republican party. New Hamp?
shire, for lnstance, wlll have a Repub?
lican Leglslature, which wlll elect a
Qovernor and a l'nlted State* Benator
aa well In Tennessee the Republlcana
and lndependent Democrats will hold
the Legislattire and name elther an ln?
dependent Democrat or a Republican
for the Senate. Tn Nebraska the Dem?
ocratic Leglalature ia compelled to elect
(ontlnurd on thlrO p?e?\ fourth reriima.
This Morning's News
local Page
Man Knoeked ?)ff Iirldge. 1
Boml, Murts Police Captaln. ?
C*nal TollB Debated. 0
Ounnee-n Probably on Trlal To-day... 0
Walde Palnted as <'?ar. a
Women's Parade Will Ll*ht Avenue. ?
Maeher Oets .Vinety-Day Hentence... ?
Ora> witis Allonatlaa Hult. T
>Vire TappoTO Oet $25.000.10
QaMgfct Afrer Forty Burxlarlea.1*
PO-ITICA-.
Vllnon Bure ol Illinois. 1
?--anoerats to <Jral> State Joba. 1
SoplaliBt Vote .lump.. *
Suffrage Vlctorles As*ured. *
' ?ylnet Makeia Vex Wllaon. *
''ha"fi?-a in Houae <'omir,Ittees. 4
Pro-rraaMaa-- t,, Oo Hungry. *
H*r* w*wa Ahead for Sulzer. a
BurTrace ttum ln 'ir?Ron. ?
r.-ZEtLAI*.
1 Whlte Houae. 4j
Jack .)e,hn?.,n Indlcted and Arrested.. S
?mlterp Long Buay . ?
rted i'..-,<?. wntnsaaM laj ? ?
r. Andreo 1 v.hite ko Yeara old.. ?
Foaniow.
?oopls Fallo. la Heport. 1
l'tar of Holy Wtt . *
**o SU11 Aboard Royal Oe*orge . 8
Mi8c___Awroua.
?ta a for Women. 7
-Mltorlal .?
Society . g
yuaie- Hnd i>rama. ?
(?t,ltuarv . a
SW>"*.10 and 11
waathei .11
a-ipplng News .11
' ?-?' lal and Markets.1* and 1*
h?*i K?tate .I*
",V'7^y und Navy.15
THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE.
WILSON.
ALABAMA. 12
ARIZONA. 3
ARKANSAS . 9
COLORADO. 6
CONNECTICUT. 7
DELAWARE. 3
FLORIDA. 6
GEORGIA . 14
ILLINCIS. 2<?
1NDJANA. 15
IOWA. 13
KANSAS . 10
KENTUCKY . 13
LOUISIANA. 10
MA1NE. 6
MARYLAND . 8
MASSACHUSETTS. 18
MISSISSIPPI. 10
MISSOURI . 18
MONTANA. 4
NEBRASKA . 8
NEVADA. 3
NEW HAMPSHIRE. 4
NEW JERSEY. 14
NEW MEXICO. 3
NEW YORK. 45
NORTH CAROLINA. 12
NORTH DAKOTA. 5
OHIO . 24
OKLAHOMA. 10
OREGON. 5
RHODE ISLAND. 5
SOUTH CAROLINA. 9
TENNESSEE. 12
TEXAS. 20
VIRGINIA . 12
WEST VIRGINIA. 8
WISCONSIN . 13
TOTAL.426
ROOSEVELT.
MICHIGAN . 15
MINNESOTA. 12
PENNSYLVANIA . 38
WASHINGTON . 7
TOTAL. 72
TAFT.
IDAHO. 4
*SOUTH DAKOTA. 5
UTAH. 4
VERMONT. 4
TOTAL . 17
DOUBTFUL.
CALIFORNIA. 13
WYOMING. 3
TOTAL.16
?Pledged to Taft.
ENTIRE C0UNTY_F0R TAFT
Every Voter in Texas Region
Pavored the President.
' H- Talflgiagk to Th* Trlr.un* 1
Aufltin, Tex., Nov. 7.?It ls believed
tbat Znpata County, far down on the
Rlo Qrando border, la the champlon
Taft COttOty of the T'nlted States.
Ther-> >vere 375 votes cast In the
cotinty at the election on Tuesday, and
every one of them was for Taft Presl
flential electors.
I'Viu: yaara ago the same county east
a xolld vote for Taft. Tbe counties
adjolarTag it are almost solldly Demo?
cratic. All but flve voters ln Z.pata
County are Mexlean-American cltlzens.
?
DEATH SENTENCE FOR 17.
Sebastopol, Nov. 7.-Tlie naval court
haa at-ntenced aeventeen aallora to death
and 1<* to Imprlaonment for from four to
elght yeara at hard labor for Inatlgatlng
muttnlea ln the Ruaetan fleet.
DedDCRATS TO ffliST All
REPUBLICANS IN ALBAN
V
Four Hundred Officeholders in
Exempt Class to Go When
Sulzer Takes Reins.
"EVERYTHING IN SIGHT"
Cuviilier Says All Jobs from $50
a Month Up Will Be Taken
?Women Won't Be
Spared.
n "-.?i>?rinh lo Tfcfl Trll im !
Albany, N"v " Ig ,np state ecrvlcr
to-day there ara 17. tersons holdlt.g
exempt poafttona About four hundred
of them are KopobUcaaa who ha'-e hrm,
in th* stnt'- ?enrtca f..r yaara, but itary
ara doomed t.< _?? hs bi. aa it an h
nrta;igcd aftor Wllliaii. Sti!_et takfl.
Ihi ....th >.f oflleg "ti .lantmry 1 \?
sepiMyman Loota A. Curllllor. who hm
heen in Albany f'>r thi- la?t f.-\i dayr
tfrfng lo perauada Gknramor Dla to
appoint a flUCOOaaor to Major ''.encrnl
john f. OTtyan, aaya *o, '<T1(! raporti
which have bean K"ing around the C?P
rtol Btoca ____t-on D-J ]'"'} *" tt"' hf"
iief that the Aaaambljrtnan knowi wbai
h? is tiiiking about
?Tfaa, Blr, wa are golng to .loan 'etn
;,11 out," he said. and admlttod that he
dldn't care whether he Wgg quoted or
not.
??To the vlctora bolong thfl -pollfl
That prlnclple arlll be carried ool thla
titne.' dadarad Mr. C^ailMar. "Wa..
Koinir to give tha IX-mocrats the Joba,
and we'll ghra good government to the
Repunll. nns."
Aecordlng to Mr. ('uvllli-r, the Dan>
ocrats intend tO ta_W everything In
hlght, from $50 a month Johs up, and
not oven the women are to be apared.
"Bat w.> won't interfere with any
LATEST FIGURES ON POPULAR VOTE.
State. Wilson.
Alabama . 65,000
Arizona . 16,465
ArkansaB . 75,000
California . 332,250
Colorado . 120,000
?ConnectJc-t . 73,601
Delaware . 22,659
Florida . 31.000
?Georgia . 93,657
Idaho . 32,000
Indian. . 300.000
Illinoi. . J05.033
I0Wt . 169,162
-Sn-aa . 98.800
Kentueky . 214.850
M_;_- . 50,940
ame . ? ?
M.rr-nd . ??"?
_____"?"? ?::::.?::: 2_3
Michigan . aail7
Minneaota . ?*?"'
Missis.ippi . 3Sf"SSo
Missoun . 325,000
Montana . inoooo
Nebraska . 109/???
Nevada. j!??
?New Hampshire. 34.743
New Teraey . "9, 90
NewMeaico . 15.00
New York. "0./21
North Carolina. 145-000
Sh?'0hDak0U.::;: 3S&
Oregon .... 31,664
PennsyWania . 31"><>J
Rhode Ialand,. ?0.197
South Carolina. 61.000
!0ennhe.?eaek0U -.?::::.?? HoS
Tennea.ee ...... ?- ^gfi
JX*:.::... gg?
?Vermont . ????
Virginia. 86.000
Wa_hington . 94.130
West Virginia . 92.095
Wi.consin . 2 5,000
Wyoming . 17'0?0
Totals.6.378,740
Wilson's plurality, 2,356.125.
?Total Vote
Taft.
18,000
4,755
26,000
3,085
55,000
67,258
16,144
4,100
5,167
35,000
165.000
250.000
111,084
50,100
110,270
4,000
26,504
52.984
152,255
150.000
50,799
3,000
210,000
27,760
58,000
3,705
32,964
91,130
11,250
450,466
30,000
25,000
312,600
90,000 I
23.600
269.166
27.703
1.200
No ballot
78,325
26,375
40.000
23.036
22,000
75,145
39,451
180.000
15,000
Votein 1908
3 526 678 4,022,615 7,679.006 6.409.106
' Taft s plurality, 1,269,900.
''Complete.
ADHIAXOPLE. THK TURKISH STRONGHOLD, CAPTURED BY BULGARIANS.
General view of the city, which, with its fortificatkuts, wa** cotisidered strong enough to defy attack.
Topographieal nwp of Adrianople and its ettvirona. showing ll
mafly outlying forta defcnding th? city.
compotitlvo ch ii Bcrrtcc _<?!>-." he as
tho report er.
Although tho iwniocrnts heve be?-n ln
Offlce two yeara.'they left many exempt
poatttons fe, th" Republle ans. ln the be
'< ||ef thal i?*-?slbly they mlKht not ba
! returncd. in that r-w they eonM eon
?ietentlj i.sk the Republicana to pro
[teeel tha Dnntocratt* ofllceholdera, bul
in the face of the- victory e,f bevt TtifS
day they feel thal tliej ara n->t now
called , to racogntaa any anch pra
e .?'>:'lona
The -pinrien of theae Rapnbltcanf wlll
r,i,..,urt toat leaat fjtttJPM fl v.<r. Th.'
Republieanai are partlcularly numeroui
ln the exempt posltions ln the Publlc
Servici conunlaolona. la the flrst dis
trlrt sr? thlrty-seven asathpl posltions,
wlth wilarle-a aggrearatlng ab.-tit $152.
noo. The second dlstrlct haa eijrhtcen
exempt offlce*, wl?h aularlea e,f ahottt
?6r>/inf, Then thera ara tha flopart
menta of Health an.i Labor, bi orhleri
man) He-publicnns hol.l exempt plnce-y.
Con mraaloner John WHHama, ?< Rapnb
li, mi, i" the head of the latter, and r.at
urally he retained most of the em
|,!,.\es who were under hlm durlng th"
H-ShCfl iidinlnlstratlon. In his depart
'< ment nre slxte^en exempt posltie.ns, Wlth
? anlariea aggregatlng 182,000.
j' John S. W'nalen. ex-fle.-retary ol
1 Htate, holds tha offlce of flrst dt-Mity
; e'eimmisslon-M- of Labor, at M.0O0 I
, ye >r.
lt |a eron reported that wlth the In
[comlng Of the two I)oir.e>cratlc Judgees
? f th* Court of Arpeals many of the
i ..hl einployea in the oAc* Of th.- ,onit
?er* doaaaad to go. Tb*r* are twenty
.*-ix 0-*f-Pt posltions ln this 000*, Th*B
I there are many mlneir posltions In ln
: stitutions throughout the state.
!BY TROLLEy" TO ALBANY
East New York Assemblyman
Elect a Car Conductor.
BrootdynltOfl tldlng on the Park ave
iii.,- trolloy line have heen i aylng thelr
nl.kels 10 a coneluetor who ls an As*
aaiiilil. man oUrt Ha i** Josepn J.
Monahan. who was elected In the U2d
Difltrh t, in Kast New York.
Whlle his oppoaoflita, two lasryero?
Edward R. W Karutz (IO and Jacob
M KotrnfaM (F.l-were dolng thelr
electloneeilng :it nlght anel r*aflnf by
day he aorfcad twelve hours a day?
i 6 10 6 On the Park avenue llne, hand
lnp e,ut hls olflOtlnn "Une of talk," aa
he Baya, as he took ln nickels and
banded oul tnuMfara.
Monahan w_s captaln of his election
distrlct and the "boys" told hlm he
must be thelr candldate. He was get.
tlng $1* ? w<**k *9 a conductor, alth
Whleh to keep hls wlfe and three chll?
dren in thelr little home at No. 70
De Falen Place. East New York. Ha
waa conttnted with hls lot. he aald.
But the boys lnslstcd and he cunsented
to "run"
! MOOSE FORCED TO RETIRE
Case in National Museum Col
lapses Suddenly.
Waflhlngton, Nov 7. A btg glaas caac
tn tha Katlona] Huaeun eontalnlng the
group of mooaa thal haa beon a foaturc
of tha collection for many yeara aud
denly broke ta day, ai d the nooae will
_.. int.. ratlramanl untll a n.w ? ?
i... obtalned. Tha group, <>nc <>f tha
moai valu.-il.ic ..f tl ? moanted nnlmal
exhlbits. conslsts of a bull BBOOaa and
flve aaaaller anlmaI ?
Why the r;isi- wh'.'-h protaoted th_ ex
hlhlt br.ike ls a my.stniy, but. thfl
museum offlclals smilltiKlv .lenlerl thnt
thev entertalned any stisplclon that tho
el.-.-tlon returns had anythlng to do
wtth It.
In thu hnll with the moose exhlblt
are valuable monnts rontrtbuted by
Colonel RooaovoH on roturnlng from his
Afrlcan hunt.
BEATS BOSTON TEA PARTY
More than 1,500 Bottles of
Beer Thrown Overboard.
I Bf tOUaBfapli ' . " - Tribane.]
Hoston, Nov. 7. The water ln Boston
Harbor was swallad to-day by i,r..T_
bottles of beer which were thrown
overboard from a a. ow by Unlted
Statea Depaty ICajrabflJ RahL The de
atrtt. tlnti of the beer w_s ordered bf
JudgB Morton. of the I'nit.d Stites
EMatrlct Court, on b procaadlag of
Uolt-d States IHstricl Attorney Ptench.
ln behalf of the fe.lernl pur?- faod
authorttlM a bill of Inforrnatlon had
been Mad ln the court alle^lng that the
bOttlea COntalnlng tho beer were mis
liibelled.
Th<- shlpmcnt waa ma.le from Brook?
lyn. Tha labela repreaautad thr- beer ta
be tWO well known brands, Wblch 'he
government showed was n<u trul
BRYAN WARD TRIES TO DIE
Bride of Three Weeks Turns on
Gas?Accuses Husband.
1 Bj T>i-?r_pii tfl Th.- TraaaaM i
Omaha, Nov. 7.?Mre. Kdlth Flllott.
a bride of thraa weaka aad a ward of
Wllliam J. liryan. attempted BUtrfdt
at her room in Omaha last nlfrht be_
. aiin- af allagad b_____l_j> on tha par.
of her husband. Mra. Elllott Btopped
up the keyhole and opeaod the jras Jets.
She will recover.
Mrs. Elllott was left an orphan aonvj
yeara ago, and Mr. Bryan waa made
'her jruardlan. She wlU lnherit a third
I part Of IXOftOOO, Three weeks ago the
glrl married B walter In a restaurant
and eame t<> Omaha from Llncoln. She
left a note accuBlng her husband.
GREAT BEAR 8PRING WATER.
6'V per case of 6 fflaaa-atoppered bottlea.
?Advt.
BRUSHEO OFF BRIDGE,
IS
With Leg and Pelvis Bone
Broken He Climbs Trestle
? from River.
SPENDS HOUR IM WATER
Rushing Train Sends Him Into
the Hackensack, and Cries
Are Finally Heard by
Fishermen.
B to The Trtboa?]
Paaaalc, n. J , Nov. 7. --John Hughes,
|a cominnter from New York, after an
exdting aelventnre finally landed in St.
j Mary's Hospital here to-night wlth. a
broken risrht leg and ? fractured pelvis
ii?- is alao Bufferlng from shock
.11 i espoour* Incident t>, ? faii into the
Hb keaaae i< Ri\er
Mr llic'ies Btarted for hls home, at
N',, M Proapcd Place, Rutherford, on
lan Krie train late this afternoon. For
?Of?0 renson the train Btoppod at the
I Efackanaaeh Rlver, and, thinklng he
was at Ihe depot, Mr. Hughes got eiff.
As he stf.o.l. lookIng abOUt him. the
train sud.lenly Btarted off ar.d }eft him.
There ara* nothlng for him to <\->
except to aralk to Rutherford, two anl
one half mlles away, and he Btarted
aerooB the trcatle, He had not troni
h:-lf the wav, when a New York bound
train i aine be-.iring down upon hlm.
He Btepped 10 OM sl-le of tbe narrour
tre.mh-. Intendlng to let tho train go by.
Hut al h? itood "n the end of a cros<
tl.-, thfl roCklng <<t the hrld.re, as the
cars thnn lereel by, catised him to lo*?e
his balance, -in,l he fell twenty foot
into the riv.-r.
In fnllinp, he itnick a heam end, and
his leg and pelvis bohe were broken.
Hut it was n,.t untll he hnd gone dow.i
under the water, e-oma up agaln, and
trled to swlm thaf'he reallzed his in
Jurl.'s. He floundered about ln the
w.iter, -wlth all hls strength trylng to
get close to the trestle struts.
At last, almost exhausted, he man
age.1 to eltng to a plle. and hung there,
half in the rlver, for an hour or moro.
He called weakly, but no help ramc.
\\tth a COUragC born of desperation, h_
be'gan to ellinb up the strut, one leg
hnnging iisebss nnd his body rackc 1
wlth pain from the break In the great
boa? al hi I ': llna,
Cllmbing. and stopping every minut3
to < all fe*r asslstance, somehow Im
pulled hlmself to the top of the trestle.
?, ;,,,1 knows how I did lt." he sald
to the doctors to-night.
As he hung ln a semi-consclous con?
dltlon. some of his cries were he^xd by
llshermen In the river, and they rowe.1
to the treatll and cllmbed up and
r,..Mcu.-,l hlm. Thay Ihigged a train on
the btidf*, and put Mr. Hughes aboanl,
ard h.- was talu-n to tho hospital. The
injured man is fifty-four years old and
nnarrled.
t
| REALTY MAN H!T BY AUTO
Car Races Away, Leaving James
E. Poillon Badly Injured.
| Jatnes E. Poillon, a real estate dealer,
I llving at the Hendrick Hudson apart
niep.ts. No. 6tW West llUth street. was
run dou-n by an eutofnobflfl last nlght
whlle erooalng Broadway near his
'hom*. H* Ul4S ' arr'ed to hls apnrt
Btent*. Dr? ?"OOrpfl Harrle, who aiso
llvcfl in the H.-ndrlck Hudson, sald hls
akull had been fractureel and he had
IpooaiblQ latemal injuries.
I The automoblle, a large, dark llmou
' sine. put on speed and hurrled away.
The poll.-e sent out a general al.arm for
the arrest e.f the chauffeur. Acconling
to byatander* no warnlng blast was
Bounded.
The rlght mudguard of the car struek
Mi. Poillon and threw him ten feet
ahead. Befe?re he could sa-.e hlmself
the heavy machine passed over his
body. ?r
ADRtANOPLE FALLS;
CONCEAL
,_
Bucharest Dispatch to London
Says Invaders Fear Europe
Will Intervene if Fact
Is Known.
SURRENDERED ON TUESDAY
King Ferdinand's Army Deter
mined to Possess Oonstanti
nople Before Beginning
Negotiations for
Peace.
BIG BATTLE IN PROGRESS
Ambassadors of the Powers Cause
Entrenchments To Be Thrown
Up Between the Tcha?
taldja Lines and the
Turkish Capital.
[By f'afole to The Trlbun* l
London, Nov. 8?"The Dally Majl"
publlshes the followlng; from a corre?
spondent, dated Bucharest, Thursday.
8:30 p. m.:
"I have Just arrlved from Sofla. and
have grounds for belleving that Adhflj
anople has fallen, but that the Bul?
garians are ronceallng tne t'act lest the
powers. reallzlng that a decisive potnl
has been reach-d in th- war. should
Intervene before the ea] ture of Con?
atantinople.
"Extraordlnary endeavors have h->en
made slm e Monday to prever.t the
news frorr. getttng out. Nothlng haa
been isaued offlrl.-tlly in Sotia except
banalltles, and the . cnsorshlp IMU been
extended to all letters.
"At Rustchuc-k. on the frontier tha
censorshlp is rlgld.
"I understand that the Adttanopl
gHrrlson, belng hnpeb-ssly ste.l ett.?>>
elad and havlng falled ln al'. Us at
tcmpte.i sortles. offereri tO BBHTandet .?<?
Monday <>n condltlon that the garrl-Oti
mlght mar. h OUt ^ 11ii the hoi.- tt 0$
war. i
"Thta was refused and th- b__-_ard
ment waa continued.
"The entlre garrjuon BUrrendered UB
condltlonally on Tuesday.
"Meanwbtle, w>'h the at-aoei aaergy
and hnste. an Ol crwheln.insr fOrCO is
bahflg eoocaatirated with the object of
fiestroying the mat T,.xish army and
o.-.-upving Conata-itlropl. . BO that tAVt
intaraant-oa by tba poararB aill follaw
an accomi-lished fact
?The Bulgarians are .letermif.e.l *.o
poaaefl the Turkish capital All of their
flvallab-a troops ara batai ruahad '?>
the front from lUcadOOk-, induling
even Servlan troot^.
?The Bulgarian losses hlthei-O hairg
t,^n enormous. Trains tttf-tlglv Ut
Bulgaiia are MUed, the l.ns' flOVflrel)
wounded being sent to their h.it.i. B, bttl
all their sacrln.es WlU !>e rep.-.i-l by
their great flnal COUp
At the Tchataldja Lines.
Between the Bulgarian army aa4
Coo-tantlnopla noVp Btand onl
TchatabMi. forta, whleh ar- bekl '?? ? b
army that haa -urtered a aerlee ? >*
crushing defeats. and that haa b__H
rendered. it is be'leved in milltary
circles, in.apable of maklng any sus
talned defence agalnst a vlgorous as
sault. Some vlllagea in the vidntty af
thlfl last line of defence are reported
alre_<ly to be in the handfl of the Bul?
garians.
The commanders of the Bulgarian
Invaders are said to have flxed Sunday
iu\-t nw tbe ilay Ofl whi< h they Will
enter the Turkish . cpita! a iib thet
troops and hol.l a Bflrvtte ..f thanka
grting la the Moaq* af st Uoanm.
King IVrdltiand ->f Bulgarlfl Bl CTed*
jte.l in BOtne quarters Wtth the inte.i
ti.m of i roci.titt.iug bbaaeif ln 4' tt
-tantlnople Kmperor of thfl Bfl-kaM
News was very meagre yesierdav
from the llne of forts at T< hataldja. on
which the eyes of the world are tnrneu.
lt is thought, however. that the. laat
big battle is in progre-r. alon_ the iin.
whl- h the Turks once batrovad ta BO
imprcgnable. but nn which llttie re
liance ? an now be placetl by them.
On the 4-ontrary a Conatantuiopl-*
dispatch sets forth the Turktsh clalm
that there are no Bulgarians _aa___
Tchataldja and that both armies are
resting. The Turkiah reports- regard
lng the progress of the war. however,
have been so . onslstenlly mlaleading
as to have little value.
To Stem Houted Army.
Preparations ar. being nutde for th*
protectlon of th? BBB__-C-d popula-kM
of Conatantinople, and at tbe r tejuaflt
of the forelgn ambassadors latrem !?
ments have heen thrown up al 8au
Stefano and at Kiatkane, ao that lf
the rout that oecurrad aftar pravhwa
batties abovld bfl repaatad. the mob
of fleeing uol<ii?'r> can bfl lt"< bed.
The Ap-artcaa Hlgb __h_aJ ("? ?;iri8
at Scutari, on the A '?? Mtm.r -iile of
the Bosporus, has Beni its BCbolai- of
Bulgarian BattOttaUt) on board one of
the Brftish crajaeffg BOW al Cunstanti
nople, owing to fcars foi their saf.-ty,
aecordlng to a aeWfl agen. y dl-patch
from the Turkiah capital.
In the B-aaotb-M dl| lornatic efforte
to end the war are making no progress.
and the European press ia busy dia
cuaslng all tha BBP-Cta of the settlfl
ment of dlffkult qu.stlons. Ever.Mhing
tenda to slioiv that almost lrreconcll
able antagoniams will arise ovei thfl
allocatlon of Turkish territory. Servia

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