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THE LAST TRAIN FROM TCHORLU TO CONSTANTINOPLE, CARRYING WOMEN, CHILDREN, REFUGEES AND ABDULLAH PACHA'S STAFF.
- H Donohue of "The Daily Chronicle." descrlbes the departure of this train frmii Tchoda and the hrst few miles of Itl jnurjicy. with u,?nn, and ehildrCB packed so clo-dy it. "fhc cars thnt many were cni<hed and some actnally a;,.,yx.ate<l. Oain, tO
'*. ,low oale at wh ch the tra,n was obliged to go to avoid dec.Pitat...R tho.e who had fallen on the line,. the fugitive .old.rr* who bad Miflicient r.ncr.y cbn.J.crc! on lo lt, Tlns happened 10 frequcntlv that soon every uich of spacc was occutned, even on he fro*
.^thllgute and Se footboards, to which men ching with the energy born of despa.r. Others managed 10 climb on to Ihe roofs. where they hung like 10 many ,he, and jafiB of these were joltcd ofi U the train enmed points or rounded curves and were killed. WfcCB
*the wounded men died during the journey their bodies were lifted out of the train and laid by the roadside, so as to give additi<>nal room to the overcrowded ltvrng.
.<ople has now lasted more than a month,
-nnd thla slege and that of Scutarl
iTioinisa to rank with the most rcmark
able ln the hlstory of the Turkish Em
v-"Telegrapbing from Mustapha Pacha
_iri Iftiday, the oorrespondent of "The
*?.aily Telegraph" eays:
, "The bombHrdment of Adrlanople
IB-ooeeds furiously. It became lntens.
aat 2 o'clock thls morning. The Turks
?Baplled hotly with all their guns. They
attempted sallies, but were repulsed
?%dth much elaughter. New positlons
.fiiid forta have been carrtTured. In thLs
"flghting occurred by far the heaviest
firing of the sicge."
???The Bulgarians are said to be making
r fr,?jve along a new line in the Thraclan
'paninsula to the west of Conatantlnople.
fVnd to have occupied Dedeagatch and
"ftarvara, whc-nce it ls presumed they
li.tend to descend upon the Turkish
Jprllfications on the Gallipoll shore of
#4jie, Dardanelles. This movement lf
,duccessful would enable the Greek fleet
to enter the Sea of Marmora and thus
'?Htaek Constantlnople from the Bos
1 'This i? borne out by a Constanti
'riVple telegram, which announces that
_j, large force of Greek troope is to
(Jand in the Gulf of Saros. on the
jBertb side of the Gallipoll Penlnsula.
Servian Advance Slow.
"^'Elsewhere in the war zone, the
'^hllltary situation remains unchanged.
'Tne 6er\ian forcea, advanclng toward
"tte Adriatic, are meetlng with hard
ehlps ln the barren mountalnous coun
-/**".'. rhlch is buried deep in enow, and
Atr* allie* ?re etill harassing what re
BMins of the Turkish army that was
Mttven from Monastir.
>>nf)lB>|l*8aa baala for an armistice may
'%# reachad, it is expected that It will
lj<\av* in abeyance the question of the,
amount of terrttory Turkey eventually'
will be permitetd to retain. The com
pact, lt ia believed, wlll inelude Bul
?r_a'a renunciation of lntention to
A dispatch to "The Dally Telegraph,"
?fated Frlday, at Durazzo, says:
"There ls apprehension here owing
to* the report that the Montenegrins
TfVt* reached the northern bank o. the
'.Aiver Mat. thus being within flve or
!s.x days of Durazzo. The river, how
-ever, Ib in flood and a hundred yards
.'fiide, and no boats are avallable."
M The vlslt of the Austrian Crown
J>rlnce to Emperor William, which la
^fcfrlcially stated to be for the purpose of
keeptng a long atanding phooting M_
"aa'gement, and a Berlin dispatch stat
S'r& that the Austrian Field Marshal
%en Rchemua ppent the day there in
?.Qetisultation with General Count von
Moltke, chlef of staff of the German
*_i.my, keep alive apBCtttatlon eonCBBV*
ing the plans of the Triple Alllance.
~- 8*eret Well K*pt.
^No diplomatie secret was ever better
Jcert than the terms of the Balkan alll
lf the debit and credit side of your
ycar's kindness account is balanced
ou are one. of a very few.
The best way to repay a favor is to
pass kindness along?to make some
one else thankful.
One suggestion is to help us pro
nde ThVmk^Riving dinners in 500
\_mie* where sicktiess or some other
jaisi'ortjtuc has. cau_ed depemlency.
'*or $2.50 you can make one ncrdy
ily thankful on Tfcanksgiving Day.
OW MANY FAMILIES DO
U NEED TO HELP TO BAL
CE YOUR KINDNESS AC?
Contrlbutlon. ahould b* a*nt to RORERT
?MgAVf MlNTl'KN. Treaaur*r, Room _12. lot,
E??it 22nd Str?et.
NKW TORK ABSOCTATION FOB tMPBOV
INO THK CONDITION oi" THE I'OOK.
jc | i :. i ON i I '1 TINO, J'rrni.|riit.
?mi ___ kMiitin** uut ai
n-otaf ? ia?ur.?_4 _ri>w.b
irar FaJla to Baatora Or
?lr ta IU Tcrtitu/ul Coioi
irtnta halr f_!ll _r.
ance, but the slgns of possible differ
ences over a dlvislon of apolls are again
eropping out. The Oreek Beml-official
press claims that the iBBue of tho war
would have been very dlfferent except
for the immense aervtcea of the Oreek
with the purpose of recapturlng the
fleet in preventing two hundred thou
sand Turks from Asla Minor Jolning
the nrrny in Thrace. The elaim also is
made that the Greek army and fieet
have accompllshed as much as the
ttree other allies comblned.
Reports emanating from Vienna nn
nounco that the Albanians wlll pro
clalm the,r independence to-day at
Durazzo, from which place the Ser
viana are yet four or flve days' march,
and that there will be a Joint Austrian
and Italian naval demonstratlcn off
Three Bulgariane Will Act Also
for Montenegro and Servia
?Greeks Appoint Two.
Bofla, Nov. 22.?The Bulgarian troopa
have oecupled Dedeagatch, on the Oulf
of Enos, and Malgara, about forty
miles northeastward therefrom, whlch
opens the entire territory weat of Con?
stantinople for the advanoe of the allies
on the capital.
The "Mir" eays the Turka made a
eortie from Adrianople on Wednesday
Kartaltepe fort, but were repulsed,
leavlng .'ir>0 dead on the fleld.
Dr. S. Daneff, president of the Bul?
garian Parliament; General Bavoff,
Bulgarian commander ln chief, and
General Fltelu-k, the chief of gtaff of
the Bulgarian army, have been ap
pointed Bulgarian plenipotentiaries for
the negotiatiun of an armlBtlce between
the Turkish and Bulgarian armies.;
They will proceed immc-diately to the
Tchataldja lines to meet the Turkish
plenipotentiariea there. It ls expected
that fresh negotiations will be begun
aithin twenty-four hours.
mXt Panas, the Oreek Mlnlater here,
and Captaln Frantzts, the Gr?.ek mill?
tary attache at Constantinople, tempo
rarily attached to the Bulgarian army
heudquarters, have been appolnted to
r*i>resent Greeee ln the armlstice ne?
gotiations. Servia arul Montenegro
both will he represented by the Bul?
Indleations grow that Bulgarla wlll
adopt a conciliatory attitude and will
moriify the conditions origlnally offered
to the Turkish government.
A epeeial n.eeting of the Bulgarian
Cnbinet was held to-day to consider the
rejection by Turkey of the terms of tiie
Jt li aaaMartBfJ that the Cabinet has
given the Eurnptan powers the assur
BBOa that the Bulgarian troopa wlll not
enter ConBtantinopIe and that thlB wlll
obviate Interference from Europo.
ln the meantlme milltary operations
wlll not nereosaxlly be stopped, but lt
ls understood that the Bulgarian troops
wlll remain passive unless attacked by
It is thought improbable here that
netive liostllltlea, with the exeeption,
parhapa Of MB artlllery duel, will bn
lmn.edlately resumwd. as the command
ers <-f both armies are fully oecupled
in combating the choiera.
ASQUITH WORKS TO AVOID
POSSIBLEJPFIEAD OF WAR
British Premier Says Efforts of
All the Powers Are Directed
to That End.
fBy Oable to The Trtbunf. 1
Loi.d'.n, Nov. 23.?In hli< speech at
Notiingham laat night the Prima Mln?
lster repe?ted the emphatic statement
arblch he made at the Guildhall a fort
night ago as to the understandlng and
UBJtjr <if purpose of the great powers
and tha general aequiescence in the
beJlef thal purtlcular questions should
he Ifft for the general settlement
arblch will take plaOB it the end of the
war. Mr. Asquith further expressed
tin ilmire of Europe that tho war
r.h-iiil<l be brought to ar. end aa soon as
possible, adding that, strong as thia de
NAZIM PACHA TELLS OF
SILENCING ENEMY'S GUNS
In One Case It Was "the Fleet" Near Buyuak
Tchekmedche, and in Another It
Was His "Reconnoissances."
Constantlnople, Nov. 2_.?Tho latest
lnformatlon recelved here from the
Turkish army headqwirters ure to the
efTect that there was only Blight pklr
mishlng to-day and several nr.Impor?
tant outpost flghts. No inention ia mad*"
in the dispatrhes of th*- armtstlcn pmir
parlers, and it is underatood they have
not yet been re:sumed. A dispatch re?
celved to-day from Narlm Pacha, the
Turkish generallHslmo, says
"There was a sllglit cannonade on
our right wlng to-day. The *n*my'8
Inttery in the environ-i of BBaaddtB
flred on our works at M?kt-bharb!ch,
to whkh our batteries replled. In re
ronnoissances on the left artflg BFB col?
lected a quantity of army BflBOCa ab.cn
doned by the enemy. Th* Hulgarian.s
also bombarded Tluyuk Tchekmedc h>\
on the Sea of Marmora, firing elghty
shell.i. The fleet replled and silenctj
the enemy'a g n >
"I_ast nlght our reconnolssances ad
vanced as far 3h the villnge of K.zeddln
and drove back the enemy, inflirtlng a
heavy loss nnd aileneing their artlllery
posted on the heights near the vtHagB.
At lntervals thls rnornlng the enrmy'a
hatterles ln the .nvlions of Ezzeddin
reopened flre, but the cfferts of th*
cannonsde were unlmportant."
Another telegrara uent by Nazim
Pacha at 9 o'clock to-nlght aays that
reconnolssances by hia men within a
radluB or four or flve mllea from the
slre was, even stronger waa the rieaire
that the area of the conttlct should be
Nottingham. England, Nov. .2?The
unusual apactacle of I.ib.ral and Nation
aliut leaders on the same platform at a
polltlcal rnentlng was altnessed te-nlajht
when Premler Aaqtilth and John Red
mond addre.ped a great audlenca here on
Home Rule and the Premler also dealt
with tha war ln the Bal-ans and other
questlon* of the day.
Fears that tnere mlght be a Buffragetr*
outbreak during tlie meetlng remilteil In
the rr.oat complete pteparatlonw to pre
_BfT8 tho peao ever undertaken here.
Almoat the. entlre police forca of the
town waa on d.ity ln the hall and Ha
nelghhorhood, tu.cl u large body of offlrera
of tlie law was held ln remrve ln the
baaenmnt of the bulldlng where th* meet?
lng waB held.
Mr. Asquith'a referenc* to the war ln
?outheastern Europe waa very dlplematle.
Recalllng his apeech at the Oulldhall ln
London, November ?, in whlch he made
the atatement that he believed lt to be
the unanlmou* opinion of Europe "that
the vletor* are not to be robbed of tha
frnltH whlch coat thcno ao dearly," Mr.
"I then endeavored to deflne ln preclae
and clear terma the attitude of thla coun?
try and of the great powers wlth ref*r
ence to the war whlch. unhapplly, atlll la
raglng ln eaatern Europe. That attitude
has not, aa far as I know, been ln any
wuy changed or modlned.
"We are anxious to atop further effu
sion of blood between the combatants and
even more anxious to llinlt or clrcum
aerlbe the fleld of posslhle confllcts. T^ie.
powers are worklng together to that end.
We are aatlfifled there ls no deylatlon Iu
wlali or purpoae ln that co-operatlve
pollcy of all th* powers. There may be
ccrtaln questlona whlch, in tbe beat in?
terest of peac* and ultlmata atablllty, lt
may b* posalble to reaerva to daal wlth
when the tlme come* for a general Bnd
Pledging the Liberal party to continue
lts effort* for Home Rule, Mr. Asqulth
declared that he would not be dlscour
aged by any passlng lnddenta which
would be forgotten to-morrow, but wa*
detcrmlned to proceed wlth th* fight to
John RMmon" tn hl* addreas aak)
Home Rule was on the ev. of flnal vlc
tory. Ha also declared that the Nation
centre of the TebatBldja lines Bhowed
the ground Iittered wlth tl- bodk Of
aararaJ Uaoajtauad Bulgarlai
During the laal a Bh itrlct precao
tions hnve baan taken t'i exetUde v.ir
eorrespondenfs ar.rt Blffhteai r* fr,.ui tha
Tchataldja lines. Mt.'inted gendarmea
lmve Brreatad nti pgraona vlalttng that
vlciuity uriautliiiftz* .I BBd sent thara
t,ar k lo I '"ti'tsnllno: Te. Oendiirir.-??
were even poated nt t>.?? rii'm of fl I
r 11v to prevent tlie exit of flghiseers
Nexertheless, In a few instanr<s, gen
erally by dlsgulplng therr.feive* a?*
1\jrkl?h oftVers, war lUliaapomieilll
bave been nble to BBOBpg the vigllame
r.f th" attthorttaao, bBt BBly for sh'Tt
An oHlctal I ruiiriiunitatloi it-xii-d I'i
ilay .'irii;i,iiii<iK th?- full of MuruiMir.
arhlch oeeurred rboaBtrj it gaya ti. t
after tlir.'e days of sat'Kuiuuiy tlghtlng
"lt was found impoaslble to deferu] th>
posltlon. and eonBequently our troops
were wlthdrawn In the dlrectlon of
Florina nnd Reana."
Arresls af nienihera of the Young
Turk party < nntlnue. Tha lafest of
th.se Include Iljclal H.iiii lafl Dedj?
meddin, form. r mln1?t<rs of rh.' Irit
r i. -r. and Evkaf. foi BBM IClBfator of
Tiie Tutkleh rrnlser llan.ldh-h ar
rlved here this moriiing ln tow The
warshlp was ilonn hy Ihe stern, where
she apparently hxd been Btntek by a
torpedo She was Immedlately r'orked.
alista, tn addltlon to the ?igag Ku!*
meaatire, would nupporf other iBBtBiaa of
ihe i.iberai gaa/aanin.'iit'H praajiaaiiiie
KAISER IN CONfERENCE
Au3trian Crown Prince in Ber
lin to Di8cuss Situation.
Berlln, Nov. 22.?Archduke Fran, |?
Ferdlnand, Crown Prince of AustrU
Mungary, arrlv *J here to-day for a
conferenee wlth Ernperor Wllllam
concmilng the siluatlon in the Halkat^
He was BBJOOtned ut the rallway sl.i
tloo by tha Kataefi aad both proeeeded
iBiBaadiataly for Hanover, ayhara anlm
perial hunt 1ms bOBB arrunged.
('ommentlng bfj tiie vlsit, the "N'ord
deutsche Zeitung," the omVlal organ of
the government, says:
'ln the existing ciieumstances, a per
sonal exchange of ldeas between the
Crown Prince and the Ernperor la of
espeelal value and can bear only good
TURKS PROVED EASY
Balkan Allies Overwhelm Them,
Says Minister to Greece.
George II. Mwcn, tha retlring American
Mlnlster to Greece and Montenegro, who
aaw the allies and Tuiks come together
In one of the early battles of the prgB Bl
Halkan war, arrlved h're yesterday on
the f'unard llner Mauretanla, on the way
to hla home ln New llartipahlre.
Nothtrin could have prev.-nted the war,
he aaid, aa Ihe whole i anipaign had been
planti?4 for many nionthi ln advuiice.
iM'.iMon, deJUjirution. nal tijjlaing uhll
lty and atrutejry ot a hlgh order, in. aaid,
were the taaiuras of iho allieU troopa.
Two daya before tbe firat battlo bagan
Mr. Mosm ral.l lie was lnformed that lf
in; went lo i '? ti hicti. when- in- le waa a
Tu/klah stronghold on u mountain top, h?
would aee the flrat declalve battle of the
war, whleh would be taj favor of the ailiaa.
He went, and from a dlstance baw the
Infantry of the alllea barked hy thelr n-M
artlllery take tha Turkish Btone fortr-ha
after a right la^tliiaj fur flve hours. Wirfl
hlm at hla plae* of observatlon, he
aaid, was Ceneral Mnrtlnovlch. cara
reandei of th.- >lontenea;rlii army, whom
he deserlhed as the "gnat dynamo ef the
The alllea, ha aaid, who wnre yearnlng
for a flxht, felt eonrtdent nlwaya that Ihey
would be vietorloua, but were xrearlv
siirprlaed to flnd that the Turka woro nut
able to rally and glve them harder battle.
TURKEY'S WOES DUE TO
EUROPE, THINKS KIAMIL
World Has Had No Interest in
Her Save for the Spoils To
Be Wrested from Her.
I'.irls. Nov. 22? TIim edltor of "L?
Matlr." vcho haa Just Mt fnnstantl
nopii-. daacalkaa ? taraarall vflatt vrhlch
he ri.il'l lo Klanill Pii'-h i, il>e ilrand
\ i/l-r Tlie nid statesman wa*" moie
t.rtit ai.l weary thnn ihe prcvh.us week,
Imt IiIh ey.' was clear and his spirit
"Yoi see I mvalt the ond," he said.
'Hl.sfory will judge u-. luil It will BjBO
|adg* Pnropa II aill dtoctda (f Europe
Iih* ever >. ? ii |n BB I PBOfBa ,r> be In
stnii l"l "i nlmply B people to he ex
.1 lt wlll ile-id.' irRurope has
(Irir.-il.-l .i ? i'ui ?' lB.BI.BB .'is* < on.es
?loi .-. YroM ui. H will Judg" lf- r<>i n
ee:it\irv ..nv int'?r*st bkH heon Sh"Wn ln
anytlnrg Lnl mir spoibj.
? I bopa t_B?aa and Kngland wlll not
regret some day havlng abandoned
AID AMBASSADOR'8 WIFE
French People Join Mrs. Rockhill in
Ilyraa T. Harrlah. thi Aaaarlaaa Aaa*
I,,. ,,,( ,r ta li.ii'e, t.-t'iriHil from I'liris
. ty on the Mauretunla BB hls wuy
ic. BtriBMBdi *7a . where he wlU uddresa
u tneatlng of governors on the subjevt of
U.e Kr. n.h lur.il crr-llt system. The ain
i.: r bb4 bla B*lfa pralaaal the ehar*
Ital hl 8rBr_ Bl the Amer1< in - mbaasy Ht
Conatanriitopl* af Mr* ?:.> utiin, wtfo of
\'.. RaahhHI i? iataf ? graal
ln Turkey, *"i'i Mr n. d ahoaM
Bl Hiicial _ld frotn the An * UI
lr..| I- Miti.y In Parfg who !(?-'? >?
>.f har b*b#- hav- baan praaapt la sending
'funda tu her sii- ii.ih uiiu-d beraarl irltb
flie Sc.il-ty of the H.l CNtBBM and haa
t'.rii-'l th.- emlmsnv lnt.i a hnnplt.il, whero
a hiindrt-d wounded aolcllera ur* ear?d for
FOOD RUSHED TO BOSPORUS
Russian Government Provides Suste
nance for 5,000 Persons.
Otaata, N'.v. ? Tha naaaiau govern?
ment haa ordereil voluntecr flfit stearneis
t? praaaad ta CanataattaaBla provisioned
for iHf tlioiisainl p^rHons. They will be
at tln- dlHp'ivai nf tho Rusalan emLaaay
whlli; ln Turklvh BBtfVB.
$1,000 FOR BALKAN SUFFERERS.
In behaU* of th? Hiifferera from the
I'.iill; ui wnr, "The I'hrlxfl.in Hernld" yea
U rduy s.m 0> rable thi.tugh t|?> rnlt_d
Btatea pp*tafl_c# tba aaun of IMW. Thia
BJI.V baa '"-ii I'orlrit.ui.cl hy th_ rcad
ori oi tba paper ta aid tb* Btrfcikaa and
w.iiin.l. ii. ;,int )a the flrst iristalment of
:t fund that "The ("hrlstlan Herald" ls
ralHiriK In resporiHo. to an appeal recelved
'Imctly from tho llalkan H.-Ilef Commlt?
tee ln Sotla. This organizatlon Is com
pone.1 of Bulgurians and American mlB
$650 RING BETRAYS BOY
Jewel Lost in Auto Accident
Causes His Arrest.
Alheit Hoott, a slxteen-year-old boy.
w.is icrrpHttd last nlgbt because Detective
Krank Rurke found the lad had ln hls
posses.ilon a IM dlamond rlng, lost from
Mrs. Anderson Hr|,rs hand when she
waa killed, a short tlme ago. Mrs. Reld,
who llved at No. _*7f> riintou avenue!
Hrooklyn, wuh killed when an .?nitomohtle
VM-nt over a elH in Hlglilan.l l'urk. Kast
New Vurk. A few daya luter a leathor
handbag, coBtalnlin B wat<*h ^et with
diamonda and value.I ?t |_ij0, h bunch of
keyM and a Btnfle whlte. kid g'ove, were
nent anonymously through the maU to her
liuhaiid. It ia said that $90 that Mr*.
Ileid had ln the hag waa misclng.
Young Boott, who llvea at No. IM Ala
bama avenue, Kast New York, and an?
other boy found a lace handkerchlef. a
<omb and the rlng on the alde of the
cllff. Ho and hls pal fought for It, and
Bcott won. He asked a Jeweiler to value
it, and was effBrai H 60 for the rlng, Thla
was the way the detective heard about
tha -aae. B._tt at flret dejiled he had the
rina. but later ronfe_?_d tt waa hldden In
a. am*U Wnod*n box m the famtly'i ooal
bln. He was yocked up, charged wlth
LONDON'S TAXI TROUBLE
Men Declare for Strike if De
mands Are Not Met.
[By ("able to The Tri> |
Loadorj, Nov. 28.?Tha atroata of Lon?
don agaln last night were wlthout the
8,000 taxlcabs or thereabouts that
usually ply for hlre in order that u
second hatch of drivers mlght meet to
protest BBjfaa**a) th<- pioo.iv, d i vi' in the
eost of |>etrol, as stipplied tht in by tha
mastcrs, from elgbt pence te thirtecn
penee a gallon. This gddltfOBal tiv?
pence, they declare, will bring their
enrningK down to about twHv- Mhlllings
A man r.amcd Smith. who proeflded
Bl the inrctlnr, aminiinced th.i* I woman
vho had been drtoaa ln b taxtoab dar
irr-r'tii.- i!;iy had left In tha vehfc la hw
hag, rjoptfTinlrfg tho itaamer ifcical t"t
lu.r. return iK'ine to the l'iiite.1 .s?ta.t? I
nnd aafced ih" men t>> rnaka tha fa? t
known, aa unless she rereived it by lft
o'clock to-day she. would bo unahje to
The men say they intend to Btrain
every nerve to avold an acttial strike,
but are evldently determined to be
ready if the struggle ls forced upon
them by what thty ffJfttHaf the iini't
Boaable datniadg of tha owaara.
a raaohitlon ln Bnppori of the exeeu
ItTO ln any action the latter propooed
lo taki araa eajaied wltbonl dlaaent
DR. SILVER NOT Dh/ORCED
But Albany Diocese Still Op
poses Him for Bishop.
fRy Trl*araph to Th? Trihin ;?? )
Albany. Nov. :._'. ? BJ -!.. ly Doaaa anl tho
Btaadlag commlttae .>f tba Dj |g ???? I D -
? au an: arlll noi n aclnd th< Ir at -
tlon In refualng to coiitlrm th, .
ile- Hev. Dr. Jl. K. Sliwr gg BtBbOf COtd
utor gf taa Dig aag "t iftufta aitb oal)
information lia.? rei ??ntly bBBO ratBlTB<
whleh gbOWl that Dr. Silver ohtaln. .1 a
legal aeparation, Instead of a divor-e.
This statement waa made by njjtiop
Toadjutor Rlc.hard H. Nelaon to-nlght.
He said lt was not a question wlth the
atandlng committee ae to whether Dr.
Silver was dlvorced. The committee con
alder?>d that his domestio relations gaa*
stllatad "an liBpeilmanl on gajeoaat of
whleh he ought not to be ordained anl
noaaacralad, BOtolthstandtni tba fact
thnt Ur. .Silver was the Inaocent party "
One rector said: "They lln Kansas] al)
knew Of Dr. Sllver'? fleBBBBttfl relations.
They would have. ahown gre.iter love for
him If they had not forced the election
upon hlrn, which I underatand he was un
willlng to accept "
WILSON AFTER PHOTO MAN
Threatens to Thrash American
Who "Snapped" Him.
Ifaniilton, Bdrnmtte, KO*/. __.?Presi
dent-elei.l WOO&TOW Wllmttt tn-day hal
a llvely dispute with BB American
photographt r, irhlch almost led to
Th-- pbaiographer took a anapahe. a*.
Ifr. nruaoa in s, ,t.- q_ hia prohibttioa.
Mr. Wiiscii tln n ipoa <ii - ?
"You are no ?:> ni l<-m.>.r.' lf you want
a good thrashmg k-cp that up! I can
tak. i ar.' oi MJWOVt 'n i :?..-.? UtlBfBl I
i .ui ?? bdf ? ? '.? tn a\ Old ph"tog
Mr. Wilaoa paaaadl gri ar o?rl of
to-day mabrnB I i
ENGLISH JEWS IN RUSSIA
Sir E. Grey Wili Not Ask for
Withdrawal of Restrictions.
i >ndon, Nov. r.' ? sir Edward Qtey,
Brltlsh For.'iKn Iflnlatar, ? -, -
pmu-h Ruesria with a VfBW to aacu
tii. aitbdrawal of tb* reatricttona placed
on Brttlah Jewa ln tbat countrj
ground thal an h a tion on thi rt of
Or*at Britaln aould lead to tba tera
tion nf tbe Rua-o-Britlsb
\ am ?? the Inter sta of thi * mM
ln other rcap* ct* be dlaad iu* to
CRIME 0O8T8 1700,000,000
Jud.e Fawcett Favors BtBpfl to Make
At b maatana ? faarCI
tli" Mnvi-l I.ife iBBBI any, he! 1
on Thuraday, Judg* Laarla i- Pai
iM '.i.. an a
the ". 084 .'
in;,' in thla blll
for tukin* eare nf
at'..i tha ii-'
-i?>. Ua Htute.l thar - i) ?
B8BB8 wuy io pravanl l ?
propagaU?f thstr klnd.
Bpaahlag a. tha aaTaet of haredit n
crime he dted ihe ca-.. of a uvitorloui
criminai in tha Bishtaeath eantury ?
tarahra bondrad ilaaoai-lania bad bb
Iraaad down to ista ,md ?
|'*t- c-Ilt B8T8 eilii.-: . . :?: |
insi'ne or m other araya public ehari -
in ihe aaaa >.f Immlarante,
a.ivo. ate.i a cartlfl Bta uii urtai fraaa
an otrhlal of their honu- t.>i\n
for ai-BBBBhlp. rather than t ?
tionui taat AJaa, ba BacUtrad lhat of
iH'i p-r.onH trie.l for leloni.-a t"
lounty during the last slx y. .irs, sli.iub
over H per c-ent were. .?Hiiinntt.il bj
between the ages of -lxteen and tv\>'Ut>
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