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NEW-YORK, SATURDAY, XOVEMBER 9, 1912.?18 PAGES.
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RLSBWHEBl TWO ( LNTS.
SWIFT JUSTICE AT
Five Jurors Chosen in Short
Afternoon Session, Despite
Interruption of Verdict in
Another Murder Case.
HASTE PLEASES EVERY ONE
Gangsters Think Joint Proceed
ings Obviate " Squealing "?
Prisoners Well Groomed and
at Ease?Counsel Follows
JURORS CHOSEN TO TRY THE
N0t 1?William H. Montgomery.
a rflflident buyar for several out of
town drygoods firms. He lives at
No. 974 St. NicHolas avenue. and
his business is at No. 33 Union
No. 2?Leo Kramer. real estate.
He live? at No. 110 West 88th street.
and h.s buslnesa is at No. 255 West
No. 3?Edwin Fisher. a designer
of carpets. He lives at No. 297 East
161st street, and his busmess is at
the same address.
No. 4?Frederick J. Shalek. a
maltster. He lives at No. 601
West 140th street, and his business
ii at No. 1123 Broadway.
No. 5?Charles P. Huntington, an
architect. He lives at No. 109 East
89th street, and his business is at
No. 18 West 31at street.
Juflttca naoved BPoedUy yooterday a'
ternoon in the ? \ti; .r.linary term of
the Supreme Court evat arhlch JuBtlc
John W. Gof! presidod. in the 4'rlminrl
??? Bull'iing. ln ;i BBBBlOB whi. h
began at L':l4i o'clock nnd _?*-__ Bl ?"' '"
? i! :!i\ Horowits, Loula h.?s. u
. Frank Muller and Frank ClTOflCl
tter known i\< "Gyp" the Hloo.l,
??-" l.onie, "Whltey" LflrWlfl and
. -wei. arraigned on a
: havlng niuid.-rod Herman
ithal. Tuenty-nine talcsrnen were
i .. ?; ti\ e jurynir-n were
A verdict was also rendered in the
of .Joseph Oonrojr, who was con
? murder in the second degree
?lling JO-tph Fettcriih. a lawyer.
lUBtlea 4:?.*r ailow-.l no time io t>*
, . liad ihe four -rtinmen j
Um bar while tha ___>?
r,.y . ? ratlnfr. The trial of
nf k.lling Ko-enth.ii
halted f..r a nlnuta while tiie con
-. araa announctng its verdict.
Nothlng which happcned during tii?
afternoon araa bo __rva rBcktBg t>. ihe
fOUT Zelig gangsters as this latter ln
? ident. They saw the prisoner stand up
to hear the verdict, just as they Will
all.l UDOB to stand up in u fa_
rhi.vs. The announceinent ol tn.- foi
man, "Gutlty of murder in the BBCOBd
degree," seemed to impress them M B
bad on.r-n. Muller and Kosenberg. la
Dartteular, cleaurly had no relish for th-.
Much time was saved by having
<;harles 4;. F. "Wahle, counael for the
a/cused men, and Distrlct Attorney
Whitman read to all the talesmen be?
fore tli- v were exnmined Individually a
ii?t of naines of those connected di?
rectly or Indirctly wlth the case. so
that ea h would be prepared to say as
soon as be wae .nlled whether or not
he was biassed on aicount of knowing
any one who n?uxed in the pro.-eedings.
Neither slde made any objections to
the llne of exnmination adopted by the
.rther. Only one question was ruled
BUt, ar.i that was done at the order of
Justice Coff. Tbe state use.i six j.er
aB-PtOt ?? . halltngt-8 out of its total of
innttniiMl ?d Ihird p__r. -eroiul column.
This Morning's News
Rtdder Inno.ent Law Violator. 1
B*at*n D__B_aa____B for Robbery. 3
Five Jurors Chosen ta Tfy Gunmen. ? 1
Ab.rmed Abont M.-j-innarles. 2
Waldo 3ay? Incjuiry iiurts Dlaelpllna. 3
Plan to Fre\en; Inaanlty. 3
swnrd 1-. Balkan RaaBad].3
EBeh WI_o?B Rotanta. s j
8_gragettefl Parade To-Blghl. tl
Women Wanted to llnn Klevators. . . . tl
El?-_dge Smith I.ent liisharre.l. f
v'.fth A\'-nu?- BkyBI raper W?r RaBBWat B
Aadaboii u.mk Praaldanl i-'reed.17
'''flh Man Held Bfl Wll_ TBPP--.18
Tara ttatea BtUl ln D00W. *
Wilson Has Husy D-g. 4
--ft' BB-lllaa Party. -
B-Bata is Democratic. 4
;?f Mlaat on Bpolia Pollcy. 5
?-"Htltsta Pleased at llesult. 5
Worth Orer |.'.100.000.000. ll
'ohnson Commltted to lall. ... 6
MOa l^adars Meet. *
Autumn Hall &t Tuxedo. ?
""? aaaaa Churcfe.18
attaa by l-olli-e.18
''?''? ? rlockin.18
Waaaacre n Salonlca,. 1
^h?lk Calla for Holy War. 1
''? H BTarahlpa for the Levant. B
Ne - a f nr Women. t
< huuh snd Rallglofltfl Newa. t
K-itorial . 8'
Society . 8 j
. 8 |
"Wtuar . 0 I
. i itl.-1?m. 10 and 11 |
^i>..r ta .*.13 and 13
hnancUl and Markets.14 and 15
BULL TOSSED RED AUTO
He Didn't Like Cars Oolor and
Pitched Into It.
[By Telegraph to The Trlbune,)
Sergeant's Bluffa, lowa, Nov. 8.?A
big red bull and a big red automoblle
dlsputed the right of way ln a roai
near here thie morning", and when the
bull went hi.-i way he carried a Bklnned
heael, while the automolile waa a total
wreck at the foot of a flfteen-foot em
The bull wa. in a pasture besielc the
re.ad and l.ecame angry at the flamlng
color of the automoblle. He broke
tfowa tho f.-nce and met tbe car head
oii. knocking it to one side. A seconrt
e harge sent the machine* over the* ctn
i bankment and nrrecked it. The paaaen
i gcrs cseaped injury.
TRAIN ROBBER KILLED
Two Companions Escape After
Looting a Mail Car.
Rcddlnf, CaL, N'ov I, -The north
t l.,,iirnl BhaatB llOlltod train 011 the
Bouthern Paclflc road wns held np and
; robbed to-night. and on,* bandlt waa
i kllled at Delta, thirty mllea aorth ol
i h? i .*
Tw>> coropanlona of the dead bnndll
Bocapod with the reglatered nalL Nona
ot the paaeengera was Inbjred.
A plucky brakeman noarly fruatrated
tho robbora and accounted for tha oaa
! kllled. The train atopped at Delta f<>r
I w.iter and the batielits went e.n Le.ar.l.
One cllmbod over the- tender aad cov
! ered the flreman and englneer wiih *
revolver. The other entered the* mall
car and held up the mail rlerka
.\ brakeman who had dropped otl lh?
train on the slde away from the Bta
; tloa saw the extra man OB ihe teini.-r
and guessed the situation He ran I '
j the nearest store, caught up a ritl-.
i and return shot the robber. The Othoi
I bandlt laaped al the aound of the ahol
and ran for the nearbv hills. e-arrying
' the registered mail sack.
REFUSED TOWED MAN 62
Wealthy Manufacturer Spurned
at iUtar by Girl of 20.
( By TeleBr?pli to The Trit.une. I
Bunbuiy, .Penn., Nov. h?WllUara
; \\ ii. ox. a wealthy retlred Utlea man?
ufacturer, "as jilted al the- altar to
day. Hla proepectlrei brlde refuoed to
m.-trry him wh?n she found he aaa six
tj -two yeara old.
For the last six montha Wllcos
he?n correspondiiiK arith Miss Rella
Miller, of thla town. H<a made her
acqualntance through an neive-rtis. ii..-iit
trMch he had placed in the papcrs In
aearch ot a wif<-. wii.ox sent the girl,
who is twenty years olel. 1100 to pur
e-hase her trousseau, and Bhe had maele
all preparatLonB for the marriage to
Wiice.x arrlvad haro aecordlng to
arrangement, and aftar thejr mel for
the flrat time-. they wenl to the offlce
e-f the mnrriage license clerk. and then
t<> the- tnlnister.
Whe-n they rearhed tlie clergyman'fl
home the glrl nt-kon WiLox h\t a-.-.
He- confeaaed t<> threeaeora, and slr
refuaed t? marry him. She teaifully
made her way ba< k he.me- alone. Bhe
thooghl Bhe had better Btop before it
was too late, she eaid.
Th?* UtlCfl man took the next train
BUYS MILLIONS OF STAMPS
Enormous Collection Belonged
to Dr. Parkhurst's Wife.
Mrs Charlea n. Perkhurat, ??if>* *.f
the Rf-v. I>r. Parkhurst. of the Madlaon
Square Proabjrterlan Cfcnrch, yesterday
sold to B local stamp doale-r ten mlllion
cane-rlled Unlted BtatOfl a"d fe.reign
i?,stage stampf. repreaentlng a roii.-c
ti.,*i i.f thirty yeara
Tbe Parkhursts fornir-rly llverl at
No 133 Kast 3T,th stree-t. Recently
they moved tO the Ansonia, and tho
statnps wore found to be in the w;< v.
Moraover, Mrs. Parkhurst, who ha?e
been Ifl i 11 health for norr.e time, bad
l<,ng ago give-n ui the hnblt. and Dr.
Parkhurst the-refore Instructed his sec?
retary to disposo 'if them.
It seems that years ago lt was adver
tised that for a million cancelled
BtamPfl frne tuition would be given to a.
Chlnese bOJ or 8-rl Mrs. Parkhurst,
as well ba many other women, there
upon began to collect cancelled itampfl,
hut when she had obtained a mlllion
sl,,. could flnd ne. place lo cxe-hang.
them for the tuitie.n of B Chlnese- lad.
she continued to sav? them. aevortbe
laaa, until her oollertlon exceeded the
enormoufl flgure- of ten mllUon.
The porehaaer .aleulated thal if the
Btampfl were pUCOd Ifl ? WW the-y
would reach from New Vork to Pltts
luirnh, about rl\e hundred mllea.
FORDHAM PR0FESS0RS OUT
Dean Walsh One of Five to
Leave Medical Department.
l)r James .1. Walsh. dean of the BMdl
..,1 departmeal of rardbam rmversit>.
?nd four other laati i,itora la that Insti
tution have- i.-sigin-.l. ThB l atis.- for this
actlon ..., tbe part of Dr Wohth aad tba
fonr mea iinder blm is bbM to be la Ihe
raei thal whea the dea.. appolated flve
Hddltlonal physL-ians tO serve In Ihe in
.lltutlon whea Um aew MtMlag is oom
,.,,..,.., Ii>(. r?v rather Thotaaa J *o
ciHsk.-y. president of Fordham. .es-ln.led
ii,. . appotntmaata
rn walsh i? a noted praeUtloaer, !?"
?m aiwi aathor. and a Papal Kalghi
coinmaader ol the order of Bt. i;t.-g-'>
far the last six years h* hB? heen at the
head of the flBM-Cal department of IM
university, and was b BOaOUltJoi physl
,ian at St. Qabrtara ganatorlum.
The four phyalelaafl who left Perdhara
?imuiuaeoualy arltb i" WgMi ara Dr.
/.. k Borapurc, *a*o-4leao: r>r. wrilttani J
Maloney, ellalcal iirofeaaor of Deurology;
Dr. Hiegftie-d Waehmaiin an.l Dr laadora
(Orele elelie-ie.us f1a\or:n--' * "
Corn Leads, with Record Pro
duction of 3,169,137,000
NEVEREQUALLED IN WORLD
Government's November Report
Shows Most Remarkable Agri
cultural Year in the His
tory of the United
VALUE OF CROPS OF 1912.
Hay . 854.615,000
W lieat . 603.639,000
Oata . 476.169.000
Potatoes . 188.501.000
Barley . 120,845,000
Flaxseed . 39.693.000
Rye . 24.370,000
Buckwheat . 12.526,000
Washington, Nov, v \ .-..rn crop of
S.l.0,137.000 bushela,.or 28_.821.p00
buBhola more than the greoteal crop ot
'? co rn tvat grown ln bbj countrj of Ih*
world. is tbe feol re ol the country'i
mOBl r.-inaikril.i.- BgrtCUltUnfl JTOBl l
hiatory, Bccordlng to tha Norombe*
I crop n-i.ort >.f ih?> Depnrtmenl <<f Agrl
.-uiture. Thin groBl crop of corn araa
] worth on November l i" fflrtnera $1,
The Baormou aun ol M.171,134,000
iepreaantod th?? farm ralue on \ovm
I ber 1 of com, bay, wheat, oata, pota
I..S. l.ailey. flaxsci.l. ry.- and bin k
arheat With tha rnloa of th<- growlng
. ottOB < rop .im! the . iops of tob
rice .-.nd applea, the aggregBte -
these prlncipnl farm productfl Bill cob*
aJderably exceed $8,000,000,000. .
There was an in- rcflUM ln the lot >l
raJufl of eacb of lh_? rop gl' _? IM
lo-day's report, BXCl i>t buckwhemt, p"
tatoes. bBl !? Jf and i' --. Thfl iBCT
n.-tted |81fi,087.0U0 over Ihe ral k
last y__r*a i ropa.
Racord i ropa of corn, potatoea Ba i
seed. oats. b.-irky. rjrfl and hay B/ei
harveslfd this jrflflflT. 'Ihe g.-vcrnm.-ni m
..ffl.-iai __tb-U-tei of the valoe of tbe
\nrious tropB and it- linal a_flflB_ateB
of lotal pro.lu.tii.il Brlll bfl annonmed
in I ecember.
To-day's ropoti complete the gtn
ernment's prallmlnaf. eBtlmatea "t th;
princlpal farm cropfl T-?e d-tallfl -O*
COR! Pre_ - ? bu?
els acre >ieW, -'? ? bUBh< l '? '??i inoer
rage farm prk-i ..- i . ? nta q ial
,,. ,?, | ,?., , nt in .-..:n on farma
tnbei I, .,4.;.'.?."?' bush. li
..l . KWHEAT. Produ. tlon, I? ' '
buahela; acn yleld : "
,,? .. ..-,., pi nt-. quallt! . 100.1
l'i >T ITOEH. i ........tion, H1.3S ? I
hiishela; ..? re ileld, I12.I bush. ' irm
i.rti < II D .? nl- . ? UMlIt] '."-' _
FLAX8EED Produ. Iion O.IU, ? '
buahela; acre ) Ifl. . I '? buahi la farm
i.i,.-.. Ji 334; qu . maa.
TOBACCO Produrl on, flM,4-7.0U0
pounda; ai r< l< Id, Ml l pounda; qual?
appi.cs -Productlon, BM p?* eenl
of full cron; quallt) I
WHE -T rarm price, w *
?relghl per meaatired bushel
OATB Farm prlee, 3_.f centa aretghl
111 meaaured b iah< I tt pounds.
BARLEY taiiii price, ^'s centa;
v . ighl per mea m ? d buahel, B 8 i enl i
RYE Farm price, II
HAY. Farm price, 111 M a Iflfli
Wlth Teouu ahowtng 3.-00,12. baHa,
a greater qUBBtlty than e\er bflfof*
gliined to Novamber i. thfl Conaua Bu?
rflfltU'B cotton ginnlng r_P_?i to-day an
nounced that M4O.808 baJflfl hs.i boaa
glnned ln the (Jnltfld BUtflfl prtor tO
6IRL FATHER'S CUSTODIAN
Ohicago Judge Paroles Man in
Keeping of His Child.
I'hicngo, Nov. 8?Peter Bennett. a
blacksmith, was paiolcd for one month
to-day in tho custody of his ten-yenr
old daughter, who had hflf father ar
rested for striktng ber.
? Your BBB-BBOfl will bfl ?ix months, *
judge Kowcomei told Bennett, aft.-r
thfl .'hild had IflStlfl-d h.-r father hal
BtrUCh her b-CBUflf she would not OD
tain money wilh wlii.-h bfl migbl p_T
: ch__M liquor
Pauline began tO CTg and asked |en
1 leney f?<r her father. The pan.le ro
'Make good wlth yotir daughter.''
I said the judge, as father an.l l hlld left
I the courtroom.
When He Finds It Bay State
Man Will Hang Himself.
| iu- T-tegr-B- to 'i be THI -
W.-I.ster. Mass., Nov. x. Wllliam
Wlnter, proprletor of the Qennan
Xin.ri.an HOBBfl ln Dudlev, ls golng to
pay his election bei tO "Satr," flVJlBOn
Ihe loeal blacksmith. hy l-.anging him
jaelf just as v">oti i i he can Und a ault*
| abbt tte..
Wlnter 's t Taftlte. Wilson is a
Progi-BQiV- Wltoon agreed to shoe
i Wintit's bOTSflfl traa tor six months lf
th-- third tee_B-VOtfl tail.-d t<> b. at the
I Taft poll- WlBt-I s.41.1 that if Hnose
vel outian Taft he would hai.g ' ImBBtf,
.\iter the roturna wara In WtlBOfl
! nBurehod to WIb-Bt'b botei preaaatod
blm witr> the rope In a n?Bl apeacb and
Invlted him to go aboad and hang him
Wlntor ri.-ponde.i i\ith much fe_llng.
He sai-1 he would hang himself and
,1,,. i ,-t us soon as he found u.
As Presidential Elector Cam?
paign Expenses Were Just
$3,010 More than
ASKS '"WHAT'S PENALTY?"
Sorry He Didn't Know Restric
tion on Expenditures Because
He Would Have Saved
Are in Same Boat.
I! Ifl prettv t.-ugh. after ha\lng given
!lb<rally of your means te? ohtaln the
e-N-, tion of a Presidential candidate. t>>
lind your gcnerostty has eauaad ye.u to
i,e gnfity e,f a miadeineanor and iai.l
y,,u Uablfl !,' ,1 yenr's Imprisonment or
? :int* e.f betwean |100 and ?<"'"?. or
Vr-t th.it Ifl just the position that
rlermaa Rldder, an elector-at-large oii
the Dmnocratlc tleket iu this state.
Bada himseif. On Thuraday he fiie.i la
Albany nn itemlzed account of the
monej that he had spent ln the- e-am
PBlgn. The* fact that hls contribution-l
nmounted t,. *7.<>1o araa mibllalied i,i
?a Albany dispatch ysstsrday morning.
Iniring tbe day many friends COtB
mended him f,,r his generoetty. r?nc of
them, flrlaet than the e-,th<-rs. toiel hlm
he ihoughl he- had irlolated the law
whi. h provldea thal bo caadldate to.
| e le-, teey shall ,-? n I BBOt '
| | I.eSMi in llie ,-|e- tlOO.
*, .? . i heard to-daj th-?' Bomethlns
araa the matter," aald Mr. Rldder to ??
Tribune r.iporte* last night. "Bul l
.11,1 not know I bad i?euniiiitrci fl mix'l"
meaner. BThat'fl the pepalli
Say? lt LooUr, Like Jad. Then.
When the- law was MBd tO hlm B
laugbed an.i aald: "Wall, i gtMM i tti'A
ha\e t.. go te, jail. then. They BnOa
mj eddresfl ->-'.i\ "<n fai Bte :in> "m'
tb'-v iik.-. I'JI coma t" *????? '?" i Bboul
"But, Blrloualy," addad Mr Rldder,
i ,iiei n,.t uae thal BBUM. '" <l"' t my*
?alf I garfl " '" tAocl Oovernor B711
.\ir. Ridder aaa mmlndad that it ??,
he and bifl isHBBgttSfl OB th,- elector il
tiket and n,'t ejovcriior Wilson wh<
was running on th-i balle.t.
? Oh. well." h.- rrplled. 1 BB* not
efrald tnat my wt-etlvaB wiii be BiftBcsn
it i= the lntent that alwajri
.. i ifl in su> h h ,ase, nnd there 1
;i,, one aho aonld Impagn my motlves
"Bul I wlsh I bad known about tluit
laa before." Mr. Ridder aald, langhlng
l -j mlghl have aaved l*.*m\
lsn't thal too bad.
rrn not the ,,ni> ,,ne*. i guess," he
M,i. i ;:,.?,.- ,,i. ..ti ? ra ia ths aame
i,,.,- Bamuel Untsrmysr gave llt.SOO
i,( tbe ' itlonal i ommltti ?-. aecordlng
t,, ti,. reporta And aoma of the Re
pubMran eloctora gave laurgsl} to thelr
al ? ommlth ?-. l bslli tt
|, |fl ., e,u. Btlon, hOW< ver. as !<?
??? hether flfti to Uk national oommlt
tsa aronld come under th.- provtalom ol
thi Nsa fark Btate laar, as the ofllce
e.f f-le, tOI lB fl state eeftle e.
The lnnocet.1 vn.intion of Hsrmaa
Ridder comes under Bectlon t?i >,f the
Ua, ?' bli ii i '?.<|,s
: ? total aatoeat flxpenSe .i - a c ia
.ii,i,',- fe,i publle otn. ? voted f,,t al aa)
..;,, pon i | the auallfle <i electora <>f tho
any polltlcal BUb-dlTlalcrti tberrof.
.,,, eontrlbutlona lo polltlcal commltteea,
tn tiiMt term ls deilned In Bectlon Ut ot
ti,e rlectlon laar, oi f.,i any purpoee tend
i,.c ,i an a ? ?. direetlj or Indlrectlj. t-.
promote or ..hl ln oot urlng hls nomina
Hori Bltd -le.-tlem, shall not rxn-,,1 tl
amount apeellled thereln: By ? candldate
f.,l th.- e.rfl' ? of Re-;>re??<ntietlve ln e'on
KresH e.r PreitePntial elector, tlie suin e,f
||eW* A'lV i-aiiilldate fnr pnhl|e- offle-e
.-(,,- shall expend f..r thr porpoeea abe.ve
ment oned an amount ln ex.-ess of the
-mn Bpecifled thereln shall ba gutlty of I
Penalty for Conviction.
s<*,-tion 7i2 reada:
Any pe-rsnn r-onvPted of a mlsd^nieanor
under thla artlcle ahall, f.<r a hr*t offence,
be punlahed by Impaiaoaiaent for *i<?i
more- than one ye_r. or hy h fine- ,,f not
leea than ll"? nor more than RM, or by
both BOCh fine Bad Imprisonment. Any
? .. i ,,,, eonvtcted of a tniedemcanor ander
thla artlcle for a eaeond or BUbesajuoal
eiffen.e slmll he Rlllltv tt ? felony.
?'I itemwed r\c\y expensa that t in
enrrsd in the campaign,"sald Mr. Rid?
der. "<>f thr- iT.fiio i gava 11,241 to the
national eonimllte e\ The remslndST I
trnve t<, the Democratic 8tate ('.imnilt
i.e. to Tammany HaB, to the Reform
e'lub, the Tariff l.eagu<? fe>r sending
,nit liternture and teiward the expenses
of the Carnegle Hall Wilson meetlng,
which I g.-t up."
Mr. Ridder was treasurer of the
Democratic National Committee iu th.
campaign four years ?<"?
"FINDINGS IS_ KEEPINGS"
Woman Entitled to $175 Pearl
She Took from Oyster.
| By T< I- irrnpl, t., The- TrltMUM !
rin, ago, Ne>v. I.?"Possessleiti ls nlne
polnta of tha laar and tlu- buyer is an
titled to aii contenta ??f b package pur?
rhaaed," aas lha dee-isi-.n give-n by K
.1 Stevena, manager <>f the Hotel La
Balle in handlng to Mrs. C K. Kennedy
a pute- white pearl Bhe BBd found In an
oyster "hib* dining in the- hotel.
e;.-e,rge* VVolff, ,-uesistant manager. held
thnt the pearl belonge-el te. the house,
trhllfl Mrs. Kennedy insisteel thnt as
her httShand had bought the nynter
rontalnlng the- pe-ari bhe araa entitieel
The pearl was valued at 8175 by a
But?er -Un?urpa?sed?3?c. l.b. Notta
fr.-quently, i al every day :rom A. V.-r, Mer*
rail a Condli Co.'a itor.-.* in Oreater lf. *
CALL FOR A HOLY WAR
Says Christian Priests, Cross m Hand, Are
Working in Ranks of Enemy? Army?
Malediction for Renegade Turks.
lead pl the Mahometan faith, who haa proclaimed a holy war
againsl tho invaders of Turkey, an act likely to a<M the horroi
o. reiigioui fanatical masgacrea lo the carnag. ttf tho battlcftclds,
(.'oinrantlnople. Nov. S.?The Shelk
ui-lslam. heud of the hPrarehy ln Tur
???? t.i-d.iv iBBtiad thfl follnwing app.iil
for a h'.ly war in a manifesto ad
flraaaod to Ihfl riemas and Ho-Jaa
"Wlth fl M'-w to - ? ItlBi nnd encoBr
agtng Ihe aoldiera of th? enamlea who
iurrouBd ua their prieBta, _ro_a Ifl
hand. at.- arorklng in the ranka
army it la nol Bttlng thal our L'lemaa
Bhoold Dflglei f ii"- bc< ompllflhment Of a
??i? ordei thal 'he victory _nd gtorf
proml-ed b. the Almighty may be
I irlthoul dfltay to the Ottoman
arm . II la nei eaaary thal tba venera
Mfl Ulemaa organlae a Jlhad ffloly war.
BUCh B hOlj ??"? has. "-Ot-Ofor, I.oui..
nn obllgBtlon if tbfl .ondltlon -.f tbfl
Ottoman aoldiera, who all ar.- heroea,
i. to bfl Btrengthened.
"Ulflmaa arho feel that they posoeaa
ihe aptttttde and strength to partidpat"
tn thi- bnportanl ta*k ??- iBYltod t->
preoani t___naelv?fl lm__edUtely at the
Bht ik ul-lBlama-a, flrhlch will aenJ
thi.se BfltBCt-d tO the army."
-i;,,.,-,, ia ,.. an ""''' 8-flOU hi r? noa
Ihai the w.-.r agalnst the Balkan Blll-a
arlll ba contlnuad to thfl Mttar end. as
ndvlBBd by MBbbb Pacba, the T-_*lab
eommander in chkB.
Offlcera of U_B army Join wlth the
Turkish pgBflB ln applau.l'.ng the deter
minatlon of the ommnnder ln <-hlef to
oontlnufl the tight. and ll 1%-totad tha.
the popUbltloa of the Turkish einiure
|| ready tO asstst hv run means in
Its power. Af ihe same UBM man.'
Moslems are said tO hOVfl BWOTU tOBBC
rb-OB their Mves ln order t.. BBfeguard
tho glory of Islam. Th.- "Tenl Oa
7..-tte" says to-da\
?'If E-fOfM wishes to tear up tteatle.-,
it may do so. but we will not flJlOB tbfl
Koran and the history of OflBMB to ho
torn up. All tbfl Turkish D-lntfltorB,
with the Orand Vlzler, Bgfljd <ighty
four. at their head. as well as our hlgh
dlgnitnries, OOf BOldlfl-- and the whol''
nntlon, baVfl sw.mi tfl B-Mfld th-ir hlood
In that cati.se. Those who entertain tho
Idea of al.andonlng the fatherland will
im ur the nialedictlon of the Almighty
There have been rumora for a day or
two that the ministry wns unstahlo.
owing to Its requcst for modiatlon by
the Kuropean powers, hut the newspa
RUNAWAY RESTORES LIFE
Supposed Dead Man Awakes
When Coffln Hits Ditch.
| By T.-li--rA|ih to Tho Tritiune. 1
Sulllvan. WlB, N'>v. K. Hrotight tO
iitc by a runaway aft.-r b/tng taro daya
m a COfb-l was the un xpected n-su't
of Mi.-li.'.'-l S. hoh.-l'i's trip in a baflUTM
Si-hofiei-i. a laborar. had fallta ap?
parently UffllCBfl, and after a coroner's
Jury had passed on the case his body
was pbaead M a ptBO box hy an under
tftfcar, and otarted for Potter's Fleld.
A passing traln frlghtened the horses
and they ran away
The luarse bumped over rtttfl and
BtOBflfl- ""? drlver ivas thrown off and
badly hurt. anl (lnally the coffln was
dumped into tbfl dttcb and Its cover
Srhofleld was aroused from his state
of BOBpendfld annnatiou. and. unhuit,
be caught the runaway horses and then
helped the drivcr.
pers <=.ay this siluatlon has given way
before the demand of the army and o!
publlc opinion that the war be contlB*
' uod. The common danzer aeefl?l ld
have unltsd all partlea This ia shown
! by the p.rfcrvid outbarsl of the rtews*
papsrs of all political ahadefl urglng .1
I fight to a finish.
The explanation of this newborn una
Blmlty maj ba found ln the- auggsstlon
of one of the hlgh govenunant odtelalfl
. thal even if it is found Impoaolbla to
holei the lines at Tchataldja other dS
fenCSfl an* pOBBlhlO before the enemy
, can reach this .ity. Every m-!-- who
has reached tha ag.- of nlneteen yeara
will 1.?ne ted lo be ready to per
? form hta Bhara in the duty of protect*
ing the capitaL
Mahmoud Bchefket Paeha, es-Mlnls
te-r of War, saw Kiarnll Padia. tho
Grand Visler, to-day. It is reported
;li..t Bchefkel will he appolnted inspec
te.r general of the army.
Tn.- Bheik-ul-Mani, thnug-h nn ap
polnt.-e e'f the Sultan. wielrls n POWOT
rreater than the flultnn. n,,t onlv In tlie
OttOtnan de,mlnlons, but ln all the Ma
hoiaotaa world. Hs if Ifl who has ths
?.,,!<? pOWSr tO <1epnse? the S;;ltnn and to
proclalm all true* foUowsra of Ihe Prophet
r-lleved of all further allepianee toward
tbe rnooareh whom he has heen pro
BaMtaeod anflt t? r.-lpn. No 3ult?n can he
rernei\rel or hls suecesseir appoint.-d wlth
e-ut a felvati, or ele,-ree e.f tho 8he-lk
ul Islini. who can likewlse prohlhit th.?
executlon of any command of tbfl Bultan,
nrhen he conatdera 11 contrary to the
Multeka, n legal cede baaed oa th.> tra
ditlonal mylnga of Mahomel ano* the re
corded aedatons of hi? aucoaaaora,
Ailde from neinK the hlgheat eoctafllaa*
ti,ii dtgnltary ol the amplro, ba la attn
aiora Importaat an.i powerful as the su
preme Inteipreter of tbe Koi.tni..- and
IfUltekan law. Nearly the whole of
Tuiki-.ii Jurtaprtidence is h.ise.i on thes<.
H,- is alao the chief of the ulemaa who
?uppl) all the ludgea, magiatratea, rpo
(eaoori and teachera.
?n, . powerful dlsnttarj reeelvea r,flH,m
(I S.BBB) .-. >-.i!.
Bat hla amborlty is not iimite-,i t? the
bou id.ni .-? of Ihe Turklata Bmplre. When
,i?. recently depoaed Abdal Baiatd re
i/|ved the ClAlm of Turkish leader-ehlp ,,f
Pan-Ialam, Um Iheik-nl-Ialam becaias
the real bead of all trw beUevers, and it
is bifl power t,? aununon this great horde
to wag- '. holy war BgalBflt the infldels
timt is traabNag the oMNsad world at
the preeeal day.
WON A COW ON WILSON
So Defeated Mayor and Suc
cessor March Behind Woodrow.
( By T. lpun.ph to The Trlle.ne.]
Derby, Conn? Nov. I. Headed by
iMIchael Traey and the epn which bfl
von from Walter Hltte on aa electton
bet, eighl hundred citlzen. of Derby,
i idudlng Ihe Maysf and th.- Mayor
elect, marchsd all ovar the dt. t,.-night
behind a braaa i.and, ln oelebrattoa of
the Democratic rlctory.
Tracy, B utrong Wilson man, and
Hine, a Taft adherent, both farmers,
vagored a eaw on the election after an
nnrum.nl. Tracy declded to collect the
hct in stvle. and. wlth a band and ?
I ,, h 1 tn ii-.-el frlends, n.archeei to Hine's
[farm, la Orangs, just oatsMs Derby.
1 ??*?,,. eoa WBfl turned e,\er tO Trae-y. and
the trlaiaphal proeeaeien started back
to Derby, where it was |alned by bov
.r.-.i hundred mora Includlng Ifayoi
Mile-s and Mn\< r-.deot SulJlvan In a
rarriage. Tracy has renamed the cow
Non-Moslem Population Killed
by Fanatical Turks When
Great Ottoman Strong
FIGHTING AT TCHATALDJA
One Report from Sofia That
Bulgars Had Occupied the
Enemy's Position Re?
mains Without Con
DANGER IN CONSTANTINOPLE
Disease Resembling Cholera. Broujrht
to Capital by Fugitive Troops,
Adds Another Eleinent of
Horror to Menaced
London. Nov. 9.?An uncensored _is
patch received by "The Daily CiTon
icle" from Conatantinople aay?:
"Fnday.?Salonica ha? been occupied
by *he Greek troops. Thfljir approacr
was attended by awful scenss. Befor?
the Greeks entered the town the elfl
ments of disorder broke loose ir.d a
terrible massacre cf the non-Moslem
population took place. Shooting anr.
lo ting were general.
"When the Greeks took possession
they imprisoned all the Pacha's BBtOiBll
ar.d Turki?h officers. The Turks in
captivity i.i Salonica number 27.C0O."
i b. < aMi ti 1 ha TrU *
london, Nor. 9 Bobb ktea ot tha
terrlhle fat.. arhtch may he in BtO fo
tbe ChrtBtlaiM of Conatantlnoi '? i M
. Bjaufcd from tba n- ? a from
lonlca, \> ii.> ii ai HrBgtb :s occBpled
Oreek troope. their approach bartei
peen atteaded bj ?* taamaert et th*
CbrlatiaQ pop_lal_on. The Oreeka im?
prisoned all the Pacbflt'f o.h'ials and
ttorkjeb otBcern ln the city. Th- I irkfl
now in captiv-ky at Balonl i num
twenty-aeven theaaand Bien.
Ti..- _B_ek fi- ?' la t?BBp_rtl -
troops to the left hank _* tbfl BIVflT
Maritza. Tbla BBBTfl bOfl I tWOCoW
purpooo: n enablfla ibe Oreeka to fail
on the fortlllcatlonj ol th* Dnrdaae-t-fl
and b) landini? forcCfl Bt Galllpoll I ?
to opoa for tba Greefc Baat a de
paaaBBfl to Constantlnoplo.
Tbe Oreek pteh of corapauni tt -?
;,,m eventualtj aith tbe Bubjartana
aad enter i.'onstantinopie almultaneoue
|) with them.
The ptanfl of the commander of tbe
international tieet of _____dpfl ti Con
BUnttnopte to maintaln order are now
complete. The Intentlon tt 10 oecBPf
,i?. , ity if the BfllfbflBl peflOiblllty of
maaaacra deralopa -brorr arraoge
ment has beflO made and cvry pre
Danger in the Cit; .
The BlllllBBBBllorB of the powers have
pointed .-nt to their government:! tUa
KT-a4 dant-r to the foratfn population
that arould result in a defeated Turkish
army _?-*-* to CenlBntlnnpla Th"
puwers ac-ordin?lv made repreaanU
tions to Sofla. and re.-eived a repll ' ?
,l,o effect that tbfl Kulgarian i-oin
mandera arould navor Bllow the beaten
Ottoman fot_fl to break away to the
rttJ bul ffOBt- drive them northward
u> tha aaa. This, tt is etatad, has btarn
the Intentlon of Bulgaria.
Although ln the m.-anwhlle all the
aaillBBfllf bBTB bBSB Ball protecv_4 __-_
although there ls no O-tward lBdt_at_M
Of it the GkT-Ob patriar.h has had a
aruard of ttty aoldkca rtvaa lo btoa.
ReportB roach baw u_al tha Turks m
tend to uaf-rl tba aacrai itandard of
taiaa-, and tbfl kalr apperent, who left
tor Tchataldja wlth numcrous prteetfl,
|a aaid tO have taken the sa< t-d stand
nrd with him. the Intentlon beilUf, ?'
the enemy break through the laat l.ar
rler. to declare a holy war agalnst the
Adrianople. it would appear. has not
yet fallen. but la in a atale of rehelllon,
the soldiers flatly refusing tO hght.
B-apurtaafl bi that araa have eaptai-d
many provlsion trains.
Diflaffaction in the Army.
There is grave dlssatlsfactlon in 4'..n
stantlnople among the offl-ers. 700 of
whom have refuaed to obey the army
authorities. They have arranged a
meeting to diseuss the steps taken'.
agalnst B government whi.h 1 as
plunged the empire into war without
The Porte has declded to reptBOB all
the milltary commanders at TchataldJ*
BB the ground that every one of them
has proved incapable
The Turka feel that their last daya
ln Europe have come. The Ottoman
press expreases the Idea qulte openh
and aome of the Journala eagerly con
fese that they hate (Conatantinople an 1
that they have nothlng in common wlt?i
Europe- Asia being the original horn*
of the Turka. Ast* must remain ____.
There is a flercc hltterness obx.o'.is
ln all these utteraives. Almost all are
convinced that Europe has decid.d tf