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ress par? I "i'1?
tos? two hundred leaden of ''??
rd lile hav.- ?? m jail.
"Fin m an ofl man ooui
? that the Bull i
The Turks claim i
b ttaltn ? r?an tro? ;
guna and much ? q ill i
? ign Minist ot the
tory, v. ith? ui
number < :" pi
A Coi Btantln ?; l? dio] ? h t" "The
Daily Ml ?1," tin* 1 '.' ) m., I
"TJnoffli lal report!
have gall but?
tle opened at I In the morning.
i bo 1
of violent fighting In del | the
I Bulgarian wing ilslng
the !? ft a ng. Th? i api
largely to thla
Sta-veJ in Sight of Food.
mend Bartletl i t of
'The i '... T< egrapl at th?
leb ! Hademl
tho foil >wlng, dat? d Fi Idaj, bj
tho t? rriblo Lulo Bui ?
era, idyi ''?? Ev< n
nov. t army la t<? Constan?
tino* i onl] ??
"This la all ' Hnarj
m \ icw of the fa? t that the -
?try I ' tw? ? n tho lines and
oiantino] w Ith iu ?
driven In by the refugees. Altl
th.- Turkish commandai very
,< i t..
?At Lule B ? - ..-. whii.- the. ? ora
enormoua bei ? p graaed
the Are **4 ny and were driven
?>ff with the routed army. Yet hun?
dreds of men died of starvation in
tight of food.
"Any other army would ha -
(red it God-i ? Turk la * I
to i.- Igonclea <?f actual otarva
Iffol irkish s.?
are quite to?
thomaolvea In the Held, and would
kill a aheep wlthoul an order from an
"Th. mi n ? ??' J don'l ,
to fight i! is Imi m
any enthualaam over a war in ;.
pean Turkey. lly aeem t" re
.?f the Turkish
Emptri . Theli
which have over
? '??"> p. m.).
- Thi a? ? u th.- Bui
<ns and '.
Kaa i ?? . ..-h . omm
In chief, tusada Ihe following
ruing with an attack by the imi
?n infantry lasted until one hour
aft? ? . who ad-1
vanood ? hl< B) facing o wing !
and our cent
irtlllery fin TI
in th?. afternoon the wind shift- d, and
mod for a time bb though the ..at?
tic hud end? ?i. bul mlng
heard, and H . |
: da from the Ti hat
i by fresh ti
u had i.e. n hi Id In r<
I.. I ; ?
Imlrably Indifferent to oi ?
_ rt lli.ir bi
*?i i**-t tan the
artlll? be as
rgnd Ihe shelling from height to hi
uk Tchekmedohe Lake and
- toward the north,
flash' ?.n both al
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HATALD.TA, WHERE THE BIG BATTLE [S ON, TO CONSTAXTINOPLE.
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Map showing the fan:.m- lines at which the I tirks are making their last stand, and the mostly low lyii n those line? and
t]u. , .. The Bulgarian rigl reported yesterday at Arnautkeui, and I onstantinople dispatches published to-day tell ol
the ?hell height to height across Buyuk Tchckmedche Lake, near Arnautkeui. The Bulgarian centre is at the town of Tcha
? - hu?- from this poinl is Hademkeui, al which the ravages of cholera are particular) I*o the north is
Lazarikeui, tl Bulgarian l**it. and across the linei Dericos, near which, on the Black Sea h warships are said to
supporting the Turkish right. Near by is Derkos Lake, from which the city of Constantinople deri ?arthworkji
- guarded b) cholera-infected soldiers \t San Stefano, southwest of Constantinople, 3,000 cholera : I armed on
Thursday Is I
rvers over i
EYEWITNESS IN TURKISH
LINES TELLS OF FIGHT
Bulgarians Meet Unexpectedly
it the 1
. Idleh ton
of the two 1
i.-h fTonl ronm
woi te? u Into ?
In the i
ha?. been foi I
plateau* al ti
*i'?uit and aoven In fronl ol
"The _ ?as a
??i thi ; i kled
with . the Turkish
the mon . roll? ?i ma
I ? ili?
bata nt s.
the ng it? heaviest guna in
with great pillan ? | and
"it ? ? ? i tainly the : artll
! artillery ? hrok?
? i' Idl of
"v. ipn? !
down I the
uppei -l"?'i? ..' t?..- :.. ;i.
ip .,? i
.-. i ).
- and Hi?
dir? ctiOB .1 um
. ??bar ii.i'i
iciii* made there, I
doo ?" "'o- em? m
? t of Hi?- Tin i
'"?'?. !?' .ii"? ning.
lie . i .?? (lu'l
? h. n
??'I', W Si ? ? ??s a
lull and rta i ???ubi nol mako aul t
| the Till k I
me ti?.?' the Bi
? i found their aallenl i?
iad .n ti? ipdted. It ???
on the left ? in <>i
? ? heavy artillery.'
London. No . 18 -Bulletins :
from ? the Britteh corroopon
I battle at tho Tchatald
? i 'i
: 1 in ?'onsta
an att? I. by ii [ht tail
m Ich bai ??? an n
ed. At...t b? i D
Igarian left wing h,
ai ?'? ?? ntng that I
reoumptlon ol is n<
to hast* n Turk.
? ?! t b?- allii ne, b) proi In
? foro iii.ikin
In I thai abo ?*??
willing tlon of a
alliance Bulgai la haa denn i
earl, bave i
mind ; i"u of a polltl?
le to d i
Ition ??f tV
rig tho I
? ta. and it ir ? ibted whethc
n Constat tlnople it i
med in order to burry th
?le allfk s may di< tato.
i i ? - in tha Italian pnper
? : i i?, great ly modifl? d he
Demi ?? mpathy a Ith th
I ? u ring trouhl
in ? he i has publlcl:
attitude in favoring tho ai
? d oppot Ing tho Ben
of Bpalato am
? . bat a boon dis
i olved ? t on accounl o
A MONTENEGRIN SUCCESS
San Giovanni di Medua Occu?
pied After Severe Fighting.
i, Montenegro? Nov. 1T.--A
strong Montenegrin division, after i -
Ighting, baa auocoodod In occupy?
ing the port of S i Qlovan i ?li Medua,
i as all contiguo*, torritoi..
Befoi taking poaa**aatoa of'the port tin
trina und? i i oaamand of i ;? neral
ivltch, ? i ounti i > -i stubborn re*
? tbouaaad Turka who
;... lopea Of Mount liai bu
: the )'ila River. The or.? of
(I ?n artillery. howev? ?.
o much f..r the Turks, and they
. lorxH* th*?li | tb-rebf
ip i i.? waj i?. Ian i liovannl <n
GREEKS AGAINST JEWS?
Reported Anti-Semitism in
Sal?nica Is Denied.
Alb- na, N'ov. IT. -A H-uil-oflb-ia!
Il nial t.. th-- r? port
? frlCtl ta At Saloni.-a b. -
. . Qrooko and ihe Jews. Such
ropoi ' re to* tha i m -
of reviving tho antagonlaan which
. there* hetv. ..n .J.'.vs and
! us in Balonli a. savs tho state?
ment, will b?- troatod with the same
conoid? ration aa thi u oorellghmlata en
joj in iji.i- a.
'SERVIA BRAVES AUSTRIA:
FEARS TRADE BONDAGI
i Balkan Nation Must Hav
Egress to Sea Through Own
Port, Says Premier.
London, Nov, 18 No rej
on the Austrian note, I'rei
but thai tie- v. i f01 thai muai >?
? lent t.< ib?? ? ' oaoml?' .m i te? i
aroot ol tl
whn h waa -b termlned to carrj o il th
full programtni i a Ith th
aouid push t ala
and "? - ui
? ?. r ..f life 01
t., S'-i \ i.? ai ?i th? re <
Austria had pul forward, h?
the Servian Pi Im? M n it? i
..lb r |>'
i-, ould ' - princi?
n? vat at ? epl thai not I I
u bin? m ol i aollven m i.? iv., .n Aus?
tria and th? Bi itea." he as
? i ? Thai may bo a i
. quail) " il ol
tri t ? d,
to the intornaUonallxatlon ol
in what waa Europ?en Turkey?
future of th?- ndlwaj ? m I
tar f"r conalderatlon and arrangement
between th?* ?tat? s of I ' ? n con*
federation. Afterward W? ?.'in ?1
toma with Austria on the aubjecl of
tolla and frelafhts and limit.ira >?i ll.it
Und, but liiternatlonaii/atii'ii Is I in,li?
ter ll'it tO be discussed.
"if Bon la accepted Austria'! - -
for the us.- .,f ?i port in i lain
fi i ? Ign trade WOUld still be 1 ?
controllod by Austria, Who mlghl ael
ui? turirfs or in roai rallwa
sn.h B manner as seriously to | I
die?, mir Interooto fou know, w.? have
b? en hetnined in on OVO*) h.,i i. All
our foreign trade has boon can led on
across othe lands, and we think th?
time baa ? o< to n bon ? a should hgt ??
agreoa to the boo through our own toi
' rltory and through our own port I'hat
is vitui for Bervta and mus? be secured
at ail costs."
The political lltuatlofl Pluricb d**
cllnod to dlacuoo. The matter, he said,
waa In the hands ..f the military, and
must be left to them until tha plan of
campaign waa oomph *? d.
Th?- correspondent t-? whom Paolch
s[iok(? aaya in- ama convtneod ih.u,
?vin M th?; risk of a conflli t with
? Austria, lervlg would adhere to bor
I poattkm. Kin- expecta t?> have the
unaalmoua auppon of tha other Bal?
knit Btateo, ami p-1 haps soma i
pean pomsts as well.
(?n.- factor thai counta for much if
th?? Borvfan attitude is the ottornuni
Slav population In Austria Th- ,| ,,|
monnreh) has N,M#,ON of that
within i's b..|?|.?i?i BVOrj one is heart
and ?oui with the Balkan states, and
paitbuiaiis Bervta. in ail their ambl
tiona If Austria gOOO t?. war with tha
Balkan states over Albania aha will
flghl with OM baud parahze.l, bOCAttsa
It la well kiiiiwn that she COOld BOt
fully count on h?r Slav BOMIOTO, who
? ??itstitute more than half lier army, t..
flghl ai-alnst (heir l'insnu-n south of
Th. U_ku_ cwrr-_i?-i'd_iu ui The
!... ? Hall" tslsgraphi follows
"A bat tli
ib. . i .
The Servlai i I ?? ? ??-,'1
100,000, with two ln
? ; -mi i in. m rfa t>. taks
i. la In?
of tin artllk . rl
. upy ex..?? ound th?
1th their habitual
i I flte from
? ? : i
... , . .
i ii-hikovo and
ir,.,,? \ . lople,
: - I'.';
; the fort?
. unti ut n K'late i he city."
DISCUSSED IN SOFIA
, Kiuts That if Porte Is
Reasonable an Alliance Is
: . i .. ? '.-bu,, t I..-I.I two
: ? tir*
. Bo f.i r only
iraraunti stsd a Ith
?.. 11*. ? j, i
Th.- Bul ...i i.in ?'.ii.iii. t dsdres the ruli?
ng the ?lilies of the
be demanded, in oTdsr to be
In a i ? and '
definite condltlona for T?rke)
Ion, thus aecuilag ahen?
, ? tiement
it i ? -i. official asan
ad i <"in army head
quarters, A report through Bulgarian
channels aa* i thai ? number "i Turk"
? - .ii'.i aoldlet ?-. .n duty fll the
pala Kiosk, *a ben ordi red
? to T< h.il.iM l.i, i I 'id. u?'
irthsr fighting aras isto*
of ths "i*, era nsi<? ,ir
n ted, bul the mutinous conduct of the
11 oop? i onl I
Ths ..ib> lal "Mil." reverting i.. ths
I ii Tiiiv ni< ii Tur?
f spirit of i "U
. r consenting t<> all
i nu- mmedlately, aha may
liieren .it nine her best
: n not in,un- alli?e."
ITALY DISTRUSTS AUSTRIA
Official View Is in Favor of "Al?
bania for Albanians."
I: ?-, Nov. 17. Public OfrinlOn In Italy
with regard t.> ths A n Fat rlaa dlffl?
? Dltj , h -i i ara 11 a
atron? sentiment which tasen ths Hui
'.ii', a bil? ? ., aol lei i Me
A Dot* Itsllan? fl?W r illy ?i distrust 1?
I : .'Ii. v, nut
ii,, ?ptalos held in ofhclm] dreles is that
it woiilil be t" 1 tillv :< IntSrsSt it tin* Hlo
pnii "Aib.inii tor ti.- \i miens" aheuld
I ?at if (lie bul?
an..- in 1 ' . ? ' Is not to be distorbsd
sell to | ?ceed In agree?
h ? '.t vu ? d out thai
:.i is no) \y Inellnsd an.i
win conten? herself arltli "-qultabla aoia?
ti"n< ?oeeptsbte t" Bei ?is bo fur a? a.
oommerdsl outlsl to th? Adriatic is con
. 81 n?il.
Italy, bowevai baa aol engaged herself
to uphold Austiie'a pretension? to eco
aomlc privllegi a .1 win defend, if pee?
flssnry, lenria'a aeonomlc libar**
,\ i Ubaala, Italy win **???? that that
couatry la resUy Independent ?nd doc?
nut bctonie a m. i?, vassal ui juistrla.
Strong Detachments Armed with Complete
Equipment of Maxim Guns To Be
Accommodated in British Embassy.
I H> COM. to Tli* Tribun?.]
?'onstantinuple, Nov. IN.?The s rioii
nature of the position in the capital !
shown by the fact that strong detacti
'. merits of marines have been lande
from the warships. Arrangement? hav
? boon made to accommodate 100 rnen a
i tho Brttiob Bnibaosy.
Th?? Cern?an stationaire has gone t
Haidar I'ashe to protoH ihe Anat< liai
| Railway and the (?erman colony.
The marines landed ate provided .vit!
la ? omplete e?|ulpmtnt of Maxim _;>ins
Th?? otlblal exiilanation Of this landini
h that this action was taken f'jr th?
purpose of quieting the nervnusnes
causad by the heavy gun fire at Tcha
There ;ir* now more than a thousan.
of ' li'ib-ra daily in and arounc
C instantlnoplo, and the death rate ha?
reached ?" par cent. The authorltie.
are qtllti pow. i le-?- lo .op.? with the
Three Thousand Cholera Patienta.
On Thirsday lust three thousan'l
Cholera patienta arrived by train ni
San Stefano. They would have been
brought hen? b.jt for the protests of the
railway company and tho Austrian
Ambassador, who aakod that thoy be
lo th?- lazarettos at 15""s and
fot twcnlv-foiir hours the patients
remained in th?? train on a siding at
Sail St.l'an.) without wat?-!', food Of
any modi al attention. Then thoy were
Ihtppod to the ipiarantiiie station. If
th? > ha 1 boon Of the lower order of
.i nun.ils they could not have been more
neglected feotorday a foreign doctor,
??in? in the military hospital, gla?
red i f accident that five soldiers
dying of Ohoteea had been placed
among tho WOUndod He ordered their
OVal Hearers took up the dying
men on their shoulders, but their tOO*j
OB WM sin li that bO ord'-red th?
bearora to drop thenx This they ut
|H i!i?l, an.l the urioi tunates ,W0ta
hitt lying In tue mud for an huur,
ero.ming and m COni ulsions, bofOCO
they wore removed on stretchers.
An extraordinary feature of tha
ditiona behind the Turkish lineo ht
i Tchataldja Is the indifference of the
I army to the presence of unauthorized
visitors. Any foreigner wearing eitler
a fez or a European h,u may hire a
vehicle and drive to the Turkish in
trenchments ami Inapect th?* troop*
Thert- appear*? to be no cordon to pre?
vent fugitives from returning to < on
Several foreign officers who vi-i..|
the Unes on Thursday and Friday re?
port the situation hopeless. The
trench?.*-- fir.- otaljr partly dug. A huce
pile of barbed wire If stacked near the
flriddttgef?d northern, or right, wing,
Berti having been put to use Th.*
tt'""PH for the moat part are unable t.,
w..rk Because chotera lirfsrted eoMIera
an ke?'ping vvat-h in the earthwurks.
latmmerahte sick lie groaning In thu
Seldi to th.- rear, some of them in their
i.i-1 agonies Countless of obolera In?
fested fugitiv?'.s at?- straggling back on
the fan flhapfld dtettict conTerglag on
lladeinkoui Brom th** outer forts. Thou?
sands of patients and hundreds of ?bad
i??- <m ths ground aroond Haderakeut
At Derkoa Lake, ths chief -
Constantinople's water supply, there
vvn*- a guard of soldiers. But twelve of
them i'i?-?i and Bfteen othan srsra
atrteken with cholera <>n Thursday
iflghTt, There is s great fear thai ? i
?rhhlfl watersh'-d v. ill be rontami!-fltfld,
Invotvlng Constantlnepls in the grav?
Burying the Dead.
The,three physlciana at Derkos here
been uoahle to do mora than bury th?
?lead. Turkish ofl ? ra regard further
tance al Tchataldja as Impoeslhte,
hut that It is equally Impossible tor
?the Bulgarians to occupy the chotei i
int?-? ted positions arlthOUt endangering
tli'.* whole Bulgarien army.
In anticipation of ? fteoi Ttiirl
defeat ?-very military pre.-autt"t:
been taken within th? city. i'i
are posted al rarlous points and pa?
troja are guarding the streets.
T ?? mbassadors held a meeting yes?
terday at the foreign Ministry with th??
oeenmandem of th?* i nu.man gender?
men.- ind devised measures for the
Sal'.-f, Of fOn i'-M.elS.^ _____^
PALMES DEATH HER
FATE ON ME ?SI
t i. in in u? ?> I from lirai pug??.
over the cliff or lad walked off In the
darknooa Dt Ai'motrong declared the
Woman hid not been attack, d, and that
if then bad been foul play th?-r?? was
? of it. The skull, he said,
waa fractured In two placea, ?lue to the
contact with the ledgooa Broken
bran has of tr- m of
? v "man's fall.
A pair "f gUdOOa found on on?? of t'.ie
? abo* "? th.? place where the
;:. i:- atad ih.it ehe was
ngarsighted This led It. Armstrong
!.. believe that th.- worn.m might easily
have acciden ? fa?len over the cliff
The Identity of the woman w.i.not
! .Until hurt nixht, when
Pr? d Ogle, Of Fort Lee,
iploj ed at the Ivlg. water Oil
- .'. til-- body and declared It
thai of nl . ? - ?.???un?- ?'. ?'qo
a widow. BlZty-elght years ? Id.
she live! at I'ort Lee thirty yeara airo.
th>? I bl, ind cam.? ln-re two
v. .-.le? igo to visit him. On Monday
? !.irt'?l to visit h?-r sister, .Mrs. A.
i*. Myers, ??f Loonia Heights.
A little boy Who stood In the throng
of curious people at the f?..?t of the
Pallsadeo and who saw the body after
it waa recovered told Dr. A******_*trong
I ha I several da\s sgo be noticed the
woman trading through a puddle, and
ask-??! her where mIi? was going. BhO
replied, 'I'm ?.uni; home." the boy said.
County Physician Armstrong ordered
the b,,.i\ taken t.? McNally*s naorgvo.
at Port Loo, Prooecutor Wrisht, of
HackenaaCk, sent County Detective W.
v. A. Blauvell t?? make a careful ln
veatlgatlon of tha case, but it is be?
lieved that the only tenablo theory is
iii.it nt accident
FOR TURKISH REPUBLIC
New Regime Advocated, with
Shefket Pacha at Its Head.
('..nstantinople. Nov. 17.?A
tien has been cnueed hy the dh
?if a plot by the Young Turks I
lish a rep.,L1L- under Mature
kei Pacha, arho successfully planned
the revolution which overthrew
fehimld. It was intended t.. ? I
ooup d'etat In a day or two.
Several mot'-' prominent On
Including Talaal Bey, ')??. ei
minister, were arreeted to-dej
lortous n ember .?i the part..., i>j
l.it Be]. reatati .1 irrest, killing ei
c?*r and aronnding another, u
then secured, court martial
ten? ?d to death.
An ex-deputy, Obeidull ih, end DJe?
mil i;.-y, a member of the staff of the
newspnper "Tanin." w.*re asntenced ;<>
tu <? j ears' imprisonmi nl on i i -
of high ti.a.-oti. tun' of the editors ?-?
the ''Tanin" wat condemned ta seven
CONSUL HELD PRISONER
Austrian Official Detained for
Two Weeks by Servians.
Vienna, Nov. 17.?The Auatrtsfl
Consul at Mltroritan. Macedonia, L.
Tally von Tahvar, has arrived II Bllda?
pest. He says he was held prisoner by
the Setviits for two weeks after the
capture of thai town. Th?* a?idiere*
surrounded his house, and 111- - -
?rere fruitless. An app.ai arhlcb he
addressed to the consulate at 1* -raile
was -?topped i.y th?* Barr?an authorities,
It is announced that the Austrian
government la making energetic pro?
tests t.. th.* Servian government it
Is alleged that the Austrian Consul at
I'sktih has also been BflJSJVOntsd f*"""1
communicating with his government
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