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any alarm, nothing but the approach |
of the ana?Uasls day when tjhfl oM
Turkish Umpire will finally fall to
All Europe lias .qp-clal interest?? in
fhe dying man's posscsslrms. ?nd
power is hastening to oUfco Its claims
bafore the other heirs arrive on the
scene. Austria and Italy want the
Adriatic to remain a Trip!? AW*?*
sea. even if Servia has to do without I
wrhdrTw n the waters.
Russia wants her right, of way
through the Bosporua ami the Darda?
nelles, behind which her fleet lies idle
?Crerrnany. perhap?. ha3 a clsirn of her
own in Aaia Minor, n?ar the terminal
of the rallwaya ahe is building for Tur?
Some Reassuring Factors.
Htlll there are reassuring factor? In
the situation. No throatenlng fact is
known which has not existed sin
beginning of th? Balkan war. unless it is
th* near approach of the Sen-Ian am.y
to the Adriatic.
When th?" crisis over Bosnie and
Herzegovina arose both Russia and
Austria cnme nearer to a war footing
than they seem to be now. yet the Wnf
dnid drifted a*
Diapatches fron Fran k fe t
Berlin to-night panos * peaceful
structlon on the ar< hduke'a journey
to Berlin. They j?ay that his mission
was to Induce the Emperor tc naadlat?
between Austria and Russia.
Mutual diplomacy on the part of the
respective administrationa nt Constan?
tinople end BO?I Rives promise that
the meeting of the pleiilpot-ui
which is expected to occur outside the
Tchaltaldja lines on Monday, will prow
successful. Turkey lias stipulated that
the Balksn States must modify their
first conditions as a groundwork for the
meeting. Sofia has met this advance
Bulgaria Makes Concessions.
Inspired statements declare that Bul?
garia is willing that the Turks should
retain the Tchataldja lines, which
should satisfy hot h parties, since it
sa vea Turkish pride from the ignominy
<>f a march into the capital, while it
ahielda Bulgaria from the Russian of?
ficial displeacure whn h her entry into
Constantinople would cause, and also
obviates the danger of sending an aimy
through ? cholera infected belt.
? The allies are willing to grant an?
other concessi-n In the matter of Adri
BsstSpIs Ai'ho gh insisting upon the
? surrender of tlie citadel, ihey will pei?
nait the garrison to retir? with the
Bassasn at war.
The CJ ..ial aim.-ui'. ies. It is be?iev?xl,
1 will c uue afterward, when attempts t?>
negotiate a treaty of peace are under?
taken. TLaa satlstuotion of the inter?
este of the p.iw? r.- .ind the dtrtaleS1 "f
spoii? among the allie* Will IM ?f.
factor? in the problem.
The j * ??i?l*>i? of the iJalA.m States are
i not students of European diplomacy1. }?
They have tt.-no/: in.uiei.se contiene? !
the .?irongth.? :' tawlr armies.
ewnoeosii na to mkvgtfftn?t nation?? whicti !
their statesmen may think notiQOnSIf
may kindle dangerous troubles at !
Jioine The claims of Bulgaria and
?;r?eee o\er felonies are already a
cause ? : Ion.
A historic feature of the war is the
compiete downfall of the Young Turk
part?, whose fn-nds haiicd its rise aa a
power which wou!?i lift T?rke?, to the
plane of the other IDllfOposn nal
Two hundred members of th?
mitte? of 1'nion an i Progress have al?
ready been adveated Hm? many of them
.??ntanced on sa?SfgB?j of high tr< |
rn?t**d of reforming Abd-ul Hamids
army the party is charged with the re?
sponsibility fc?r its downfall. B<\vond
? the matter of organisation there ap?
pears to be the old story of grafting
??flioers allied wuh oorrupt son trac tor*.
SORTIE AT ADRIA?OPLE
Besieged Hurled Back Into
Fortress Alter ?Severe Fight.
Sofia, Nov. 28.?The besieged garrl
*on of Adrianopte attempted a general
Sortie yeat*rdav afternoon, according ?
to dispatches received here The Turk?
ish troops, however, WOTS thrown SOU k
Into the fortress ait?*r .1 batik- whi? h
lasted throughout, the afternoon. Ths y
This is U?e flrot lortie of the kind by
the whole garris(jji, ?nd it is supposed
by th* besiegers that it was und?f?
taken with the view of rcprovisioning
the town, the population of which Is
suffering from scarcity of food.
Af;*r th* sortie the Bulgarians be?
gan a bombard ruent of th? fortress,
which lasted thro igh the Qlffct
it is announced that two Turkish
battalions which attaeksd the Bulga?
rians at Tchataldja this nUflllllj
repulsed with heavy loss.
TO DISCUSS ARMISTICE
Porte Appoints Two Additional
Conatantlnople, Nov. 'Mi.?Rechad
Pacha, Minister of Commerce, ?nd j
Hartl Pacha, chief of staff, have boon
appointed additional plenipotentiaries
to discuss the armistice. Th? appoint?
ment o? th* Ambassador to ?/ermany,
Osman Ntzaml Pacha, as a jilenipot? n
tlary, which waa doubtad, hus been
eonfirmed. He will reach here on Mon?
The government asserts that th*
Turkish pl?nipotentiaire are empow?
ered to aot only in event of the allies
modifying th*tr terms. The Bulgarian
rerjr**?ntatlve* are ?xpveted to arrive
at Tohatcldja to-morrow.
Thar* was no lighting along the
Tchataldja lines to-day. The Bul?
garians have retired to positions sev?
eral miles in the r*ar. Their losaea by
oholara are rcporud to be aevere.
8otn? attempt la being made at laat
to aous* th? Sultaa'a ohol?ru infect? d i
?aldUra, Wooden buta are being erect- \
ed at the San Stefano cholera camp
on th* open plain, which a few days
ago was atrewn with groups of donifj
und dying. Most of the bodies of the
victims have bei-n ?n?rted awa. . Ti.
new cami>, liuvvcur, is swarming With
dead, dying and susj??.-iU.
A tralnload of stricken soldiers, num?
bering from one to two thousand, ar?
rived at the camp to-day, and the be
1 Unf lo e0s9re?*?<i that auch truinloaus
B?LGARS AND GREEKS
ON POINT OF DISPUTE
Sal?nica a Bone of Contention Between the
Victors ? King George To Be
"Shown" by King Ferdinand.
London. Xov. 1'"?.- A story of lowjeaa
ne?5 und looting by Bulgniinni and
(?recks in lolonioo, whan thS inhab?
itant* huve been In a Stets Sf twrror
1 | allies in occupation fall to
lighting eaw-h other, hm- bean sent by
the i .?rresn>n(!ent of th? Reute* Tele?
gram Company? under date of woveov
her \*i. The COSHaHWiiMl?I IS an Kng
llghman of many ) ears' rstridSUOS in
Sal?nica, and thoroughly SOOJUSintSd
with the ?My and SUTWUnding OOnntlT?
"The Bulgarians on the march to
Sal?nica had slrewdy more than ? taste
of blood ?nd ruplne, hftVing ravaged
without incny the Turkish villSgSS ?iti
their route _g as soon as thai StttSTSd
Sal?nica they instituted a systematic
pliage of the Qtwrtsn QSgUplsd by
th? in. regardl?-* Of the remonstran H
of the Oreek officials
"A continuous fu?|!!.i<le wa? kept 'ip
on November 10 and 11, both by the
soldiers of the Bulgarian am! Qrssli
srmiSS and the CtirlSttou p?>; llnttOaV
The firing resulted, in numerous casual?
ties. A stoker of the steiuner Medea
was killed while in the pinnace along"
side the ihip. A hail of bullets, accord?
ing to the report* of th? ships* officers,
fell on the decks of the fOrslga wnr
ships several nights.
'"Tb? soldiers, guided by roughs,
entered whatever houses appeared to
offer pro-nots of good booty and
cleared out everything worth taking.
The terror s trie if ?--n OVJltel'l offered DO
resistance, it W?0Vld have bosn use?
less, in view of the bayonets held t<>
their breagt? and the ro\ol\ers thrnst
agiunst their temples.
Hundred? of ?asen of this kind heve
been reported by the victim?- I
poured their compialnte into the ?-his of
the foreign consul?. The Indignant
are brought th?re dully. It 1? repotted
? nony of the Is In the
a? along l!?e Tchataldln '
Little DOS Ls betttg ms for?
eign members of tfio ??
lety. They .ir? politely received by th??
authoritie?, bttl ' ^uty
to perform. Home i ' I
tors huve tasprovlosd bocpltela, nn<y
IhoraosKes go out Ig in the
wous ' Erosa i
the Mahometan prsj l4nat for-;
poseibi? th? existing dtsorgan lagt ton in ?
the Turkish servie? and th?' Indlffnr
enoe of thoe? in power "? the <a>i?'
.?? the horr>r?*-? .-?Uf'! ju ti e arm.
Belief Is That Servia Will Re?
nounce Claim to Durazzo.
Paris, N'.v. 23. fa sfft? Kot ?
oannonnAing ;U(>iik -th?- Tchateldjs :
lines, and notwithstanding th? Greek
? hjch are
baatantng to i I
re that ti ? ?? re ?tm <
good ? ban? m : '. ? ipe? ly
lot ? Etalai ani ?
modify their origtnsl <*.< ? and
there ?>r* encouraging
th?' IS] "? bstwoi 'i v" A -
ng to ?rhich ion d of
kOtO, will have the old Von
Adriatic port of sbm Qtovhnn! da
IfOdUa? near Montenegro, !h? frontier
qnestlOB of Albanian autonomy bt
! ed for MgotlSttOM after the I
On the other hand. Inrormntlon ro
? i hors Indicates thnl central
f1ft<h??fT. chief of th? General Staff of
the Bulgarian srmisa, in mgine: Hi?
Qroalu Is sen?! ;tii their available
foi?es by ?ea. landing ?>n the GalHpOsI
Penlni ?la, taking. Ihs bnrdani
forts in the rear und mSTehitlf OH th?
Turkish lin? s at T< Matiildja, op?ration?
. i rs i .i" one week's tuns,
bul which would be irresistible, in th?
on Of the heat military ?Sports
FOR INDEPENDENT ALBANIA
Proclamation Made at Durazzo
by Ismail Kemal Bey.
Vienna. Ni.v. IS, The Indopsndk
(>f Albania has been pRMlalmed ;tt
DurauSO by Ismail atscnal He; , th
leader of the Albanians, SCOOrding to |
leport published in Die "Allgemeine
TURKISH GENERAL KILLED
Body Found on Battlefield?
May Be Case of Suicide.
Belgrad? Wov. |1 Ths body oi Gen?
eral Trthi l'arma, former Turkish Min?
ister si Belgrads, who commanded the
6th Turkish Army Corps at Monas-tir,
was found by the Servian? among the
dead on the battlefield.
It 1? considered probable that h? com?
mitted suicide. He was burled with ail
the honors due to his rank.
ITALY'S SUPPORT CERTAIN
Rome Government Considers
Itself Pledged to Austria.
Roma, Nov. zi.-4k rvia's ?iimcuities
in extending her territory as far as
tne Albanian coast of the Adriatic have
bean augumwnted by Austria giving
Italy to understand that she Is deter?
mined to adhere strictly to the con
rention, concluded with the Marquis
Visconti Venusta, when h?- w.-nx Italian
Foreign Ifinlatar, hi lift, by whioh
both Vienna and Borne i Jcxlged them-.
?elves not to occupy any Albanian ter?
ritory Th< i alap ?greed ai that time
nol t,, support ?ny territorial changes
In that reKi??n, exoepl in tb<- event of
Albatiia becoming autonomous.
Italy considers hereeir, therefore, ??ill- ;
daily pledged to ?tend by Austria, not- ?
withstanding her aympathy for th?
protests of the consuls to the Greek
suthoritles bays had little effect The
arrival of a body of Greek Vendarm
i ?Tie on November 12, however, lm
j proved the situation.
"In the mean time a violent anti
Jewish outbreak occurred, apparently
because the Jews abstained from deco?
rating their houses with Greek flags
and did not Join In shouting a welcome
to the soldiers. The Greek press
?frond a story that Jewish liquor
?tflerfl had poisoned twelve Kvzonea.
supplying then with corrosive subli?
mate instead of cognac. A number of
? Jews w?r? arreste?!, but were released
?the next day The mis? hlef had al
i ready been done, and many Jews suf?
fered at the hands at the soldiers
?Their assailants were not punished.
"The dlffer?nces between the P.ul
lajSWtena sad ''.reeks regarding the tilti
' mate dc-tlny of SaUonlCO have reached
an a? ute stage, and there is no frater?
nizing. King Ferdinand Is eapected to
reach her? soon f??r the purpose of re?
minding King Ooorsje by his presence
thai the Oreek sovereign Is not the only
potentate in tatenlos?,
"The Bulgarians are firmly resolved
j that their occupation of Saloni? a shall
b ? permanent. There are many Ind
?iciifs fo pro*** that the relations be?
tween tne Bulgarians and Oreeks at
this moment are really those of Invet?
erate enemies, who are prevented from
flying at each other's throats only by a
frail and temporary truce.
"The people of .Sal?nica, who lately
i feared that Hussar. Tahsin Pacha in?
tended to make their city a second Har
? agossa and who have already suffered
:. at the hands of the allies, are
now haunted by the terror that th*
alli?e mav at any moment crime u>
30. The departure Of uJniost nit (be
foraign warship? is surely ill timed."*
,MADE MILLIONS BY WAR
American Financier in Europe
Obtained Advance "Info."
Berlin, Mo* ;? t ? Dayosarj ?>f ?.tie
se, ia explained, to #? ? Blent, t?r
?'wry of how 0M nan tttmed I.?a
knowledge of coining evei.ta to aa?es ???
I sted iririr.iis ti.Ib
? feotl swthentlf -haa
i.?ti;< ri I io a assail I
ota i?? ?o?? ha* t*A ret raasthad the
ttmiiB of K'U'jpeAii newspayera
The ?? .in vrh i i . n. lions
*af is a flruir. I*r of i .: ?. i |
Inf fr,?lli \ ;
a Ithln the la?t ?oar*, Intel
..v I deals
thai n?- aronislatad seai \ i *?> ?? j.n.
barked oo a saeeossful career, ha aonab?
iishbij Maaseif if ofdooa if? [*oa?son ami
Part?, liorur two month* situ h? was viB
hli > ?? r? an ind . -i
.i ... i
so ?as nacherlaed by ?neetenegi
a; Rm ha
A.?k*xi arhal Bjuaraj | ?.iW
thai war would be declared )?> M?uit??
1 negro ?t b i ? .? .?? . man
? | ' M to
ipoeed ?to ne>
gotlai ?? ??uid be gUxn aatie?
won. i i .if. on i
.,- waa aufllotantly impies*
;iilt) to v.
I '. L ? H U.U.
a as Intro? i
? .,i thai bs sho'ild pay only
: half down, the sea ?sal fcMMN franoa to be
I paid on the day th? tbe n U
| ?su Bred
i Thi? part of th? busts iud?*d.
Rosenberg ga?. inejtru tissai t<< hi? broh?
? ? b'-ar" Hie innrk't In nil t-t?H?ks and
se?urlti?fc ItltOly to b* atfe? led Oy an out?
break la the Halben* That Montenegro
?ii?i lo hot ?id- of tbe bargain is a
?-?.,? \ t 'fini fh? nt^ri-'t
i.,, will recelvi on i loan ?? nantiar of
I ?? ? i frnw ?? was u?i enberafa
i lor his Stroke of ilnai.ee.
VAUDEVILLE BROKER SHOT
Reed A.. Albee, of New York,
Wounded by Accident.
Ii m Teiegi ?pli i* rna Trie* I
Haianac l.ak?. X. Y., Nov. '?'?.?Re*d
A. Albe*, a m? inb-r of a. vaudeville
, boo king syndicate In New York, re
celved ? sever* fieob around whnn his
rifle wax disc haigod in a ?ail lag?? In
wbicb bo was riding to ? rabbit hunt?
ing ground h?-re yesterday,
All-ec triud to push hin rill* at full
Icook beneath the carriage robe. The
I bullet stfOMk him In the breast an?!
Ploughed an upward cours* through
the flesh, lodging beneath the oollar
RAILROAD FIREMEN ANGRY
Can't Understand Delay of Ar?
bitrators in Making Award.
W. 8. Carter, president ?f tbe brother?
hood of l.oootnotlve Klremen and Engin e
I men, is expected to announe* this *ven
' Ing that the adjustment committee ot
lifty-two, reprea?;nurig the firemen on tha
Eastern railroads, will meet In this city
to Nik?? up ?hHr demands with the man?
agers' commit!. ?? on l>"CHiuher 2.
The firemen on those roads, who agreed
to pewtpOfte action on their demand?,
which ?TOrs made eight rnontiis ano. until
the awanl of Hie arbitrator* In th? ?a??
of the engineers was announced, war?
still angry at the delay yesterday. Mr.
What I cannot understand I? that
while th? pr?sent arbitratora have taken
atgbl months, the ai liitrators in tha ?as?
of the men on the Western railroads som?
time ago uera able to announce their
award within thirty days after they first
in,-t. Tl.Is arhitnuiti, was ander th?- Krrt
man act, whi? ii prntldao that an award
be reOjdared ?within thirty days after ths
Ira* B*a?at3ai of th?- srtMtrsiora ?bote
Want more linos of riatd. more mileaa?,
mote nan and more conflicting lnteraata
Involved In th? arbitration of the de?
mands on the Western roude than on the
APPEAL 10 COUNTRY
FOR IR SUFFERERS
Christians, Moslems and Jews
Join Hands in New York
OSCAR STRAUS AT HEAD
Red Cross and Red Crescent
Work as One to Help
l!eprfls?nfati\iss of every Oriental or?
ganization in the city, together with
official? of the National Red Cross ?nd
Ked Cregoent met yest?rday after?
noon st UM home of i ?sear Straus
and mad? plans for n nntion-whle co?
operative campaign for funds for the
relief of the Turko-Halkan war vic?
tims. The new organUi?tMi, which will
he known as the Amori? an -?''onstnntl
iKiple Relief Committee mark? the first
co-operativ? movement ever under?
taken by the Occidental and Oriental
T?sterds> .? meeting was largely the
result of rn San ?-unie message from
the front, appealing for ai?i and an?
nouncing- the total inabllitv of the
Red cross and Red Crescent to
rope with the situation In the Bast
Dr. Rl< hard Ootthell and Dr. Talcott
William?, of Columbia; It. Haddad,
the treasurer of the Rod I 'rus . : t,
the Turkish and PajTSfSS -onsul
g?n.-rnls and Kolonien .-?.hlritfi W?ft
among those who attende?! an?l aaaisted
in the launching of the n??.?. OOnunlttSO?
As explained l?y .Mr. Straus last
night, the prest?,t appeal for funds for
the reii?-f ?>f the mass of humanity now
Iherded nitbiu th? wails ..?' Um .
ConstentlnopM ?s osssntlslly Interna*
tionai m it? nlgsiavntsr. ilooe i.' city
In the world Is so rosu . ; 111 .V t
.?r? rSPrsgsntellvtM "f evory n?
tl<?nallry or. the lu,?? of ti" ?earth ? a.
gr"a-at??d then-, a large ? OM r
? . '
* . ? i \ rellgiofl ll ; -;-i MOnted.
- : - V II r . a?,^
BudghlStS are t ?'t g h? : 1 '-.. thi
with n ?
| eacape from th?
and disc? ??
u?-< ?? t .ii??.?? it no
Unes sinos 'he Crimson war bo ?
teen such scenes of death and Ittel
inking pUv eh its Th?
..f to. , lui- ;.
filled with ?rounded st id
dying from dlM.a
?mboosp lw? bc?-n tranefonrM .1 .?
? ?al. und an ?ve?an? of h n
eoloUers u <i*>- are h?ing trusted there
i ?? ? i ."t ? f the ? i?as
ti.ar loan ?.?; life from ?i sense al ?aa, t>,r
I | ue Porte, it i? said, bas strei ?
anud i'? demanda opon Um r< irers : >i
?\v? n.nk" out appeal lor fundo,"
III E poo ti ?n? of
bumonlt] stone, and t: ? ? as
?pacific aa ? ilnoi repr??
sentatives of evoi - and ieeu m
the woi Id ar.i invol,?-.. fV? Il.iv?.
m Ne?- ?r>rk tho lani ?notera peo
,?i? v.'aii i. Neem
grot business orgsnisstlon m
l ? ? ?
a?- . i !i"n ??( f.? nor hoi
. '?? a ' i OWdlng
of Um city with ml I all boi i.
w?hiii tt ? lust r?-w nee? ?
"In the best of timos Constantinople
ir poTsrtj stricken ??? far as the gi
mass of its residents are ("in si i ? I
Now, alrendy weakened *>?? starvation
m r i ci upuounl hnrshlp, this population in
helpless against the ravag??? <?f dtSSUoa
and what relief they arc to '
must hSVS nul? kl: . BO urg?-nf in.u
dlttOM in the Turkish capital that we
? - . i i .-i loots teg ? rod
? ? ?an by ? ?die Ott]
a committee, <?f sthleh Dr, Tnlcoll
Williams Is chairman, ?ru forand ?'
yijier'la'. B meellng to OTge the appeal
for I hi modista fund?. Other member?
of this cinmltie?- are Mr rVhinRst, th?
Turkish C?nsul Qsmsml, Snd I>r Ki?h
?rd GsOttholl, of Oohuavbls University,
'i ?j conniiittcc received iroi
day thai Ambaosndof Roekhlll bnd wii:
a ?-able me???*?, to the Slat.- I ?. ;
invnl at Wiiahlt?Klon tl.it ihe K?*il ?
relief orgnnlantlon In Const ant Inopia,
under Sum his ii sopo? vurion, bod not
oniv supfuatd the Hoi Croseonl ?Tlth
OOgpplOlS outfits for several hund?s?!
wounded Nolditir.1 in the military bOO<
pltol at TaahklBBla, hut linn also
??quipped a ward In an operating r.?uu
and supf lied smgeon?., aasistunts and
nur?e? under the supervision of Major
C< Sinclair ford, of the medical corps,
U. S. A. .MlBBl'inaries are a|a?> i\t
tompdng SOtne relief irorh among the
refugees in Aniatlc T?rkei
MINISTER IS ARRESTED
Mother of Nineteen Year-Old
Girl Makes Serious Charges.
IBs TaUfra.pl? tn Th? Tribun?.]
PlsJnrleld. N. J., Nov. ft - The Rev
Willi? S MftcRorl?. who ha? been pa?,
tor of the Methodist ? hinches at Mount
Horeb and SprinKdale. lomorsot
Count\, for the last four years, was
ai rested ut his home late lnst night by
the I'lalnfield police eu a sen ?im
When arraigned be?or? City Judg?
William 0. Dem?ia to-day h? was re?
leased In 1200 bsil furnished by hint
?elf. to appear for a hearing Novem?
ber ?10. The complainant In the case
l- Mrs. Amelia Mason, mother of Mis?
QertrUde Nelhon, nineteen year? old, a
number of the M?-?unt Horeb eongra>
Mi MacRorle, who. It Is nabi, has
ir.-ade a conit??lon, baa a wife and .?n
ohlld. Th? member? of the two church??
of which the minister had charge will
not permit htm te Keaek to-morrow, ,
it la ?taid.
GAMBLERS T? GLOOM
CLAMP DOWN THE "LID"
Rosenthal Case Causes In?
creased Police Vigilance All
Over the City.
PLAY ENTIRELY SUSPENDED
Bluecoats Stationed at Doors
Warn Would-Be Patrons of
Danger of Raids?Ten?
derloin a Sad Place.
Evidently taking their ou* from the
fute of the four gunmen In the Rcawn
thal case and the fate of Becker him?
self, the ?ramblers throughout the
greater city have riveted the "lid"
flrmly in place and have It clasped on |
rri? inside. It is needless to say that ?
rhe police In every precinct are aiding !
and abetting ths? gambling fraternity in
An Investigation by The Tribune laat
night, from The Bronx to Staten Island
and from the eastern border line of
Brownsville, in Brooklyn, to the river- ;
front on the western side of Manhat?
tan. dlsclos??-d th* fact that persons
with money and the gambling lnatlnct
hi ?1 M chance to lose their caah. De- !
spit* the fact that Last night waa "pay '
night" wi'h thousands of men, and a
half holiday beside*, circumstances
?hat are conducive ordinarily to a lav?
ish expenditure of money, thert was
little or none of this in evidence.
Outaliie of private gamos In the home
?r the hona ride clubs, there waa noth
Lng even remotely reeembllng the
wide open" conuitlona that have pre
vriiled In >ej?!er ' 'lays In some back
fi '?n.s of sal-Kins poker games, with n
!' - ???o? lient?, <-?r '?raps," at a quarter
? throw, B/OTO being conducted on th*
ll] . but nothing that could be dignified
bv the general term gambling."
Score.? "f prominent gamblers las?.
i night, O/bon asked as to the statue of
the ?rambling game in this city, shook
tbeil h?ac1s sadly and saisi there was
"nothing ?I??I?'." and they said It as
botJgh tbOy wer.- srxjaklng only the
m truth. Evcrvb .'!y appear???!
1 to "take a ohanc.e." not knowing
?. nosnent tbe p"ii? ?? might swoop
,; n i h? 1.1
M "Uri lg.. \. ? :?? i's resort, r , .
atreet, ii?-ar Sixth avenue, the shades
? drawn and th?- silence ?>f the tomb
f ! within, i'l un? i??th?i? ti.en. Ae
-i . ? bhspeetor Darper, wer* on
? l at the door? Of the place. In
?? case?, where hardier siiuls on
ismbling bet t attempted to enter the
hall ? ? Stopped by
th?? ' SS mass and wnrued that
place eral susptKted of heii-M a
, i .i.irln b^ rahlM at
,? ? Iditlfln. B83 It persons
their names end a?i
[nspector Dwyse is ruling with an
,cr his district, and at
place under snopioien his men
wer* stationed. In some case? In uni?
form, outside the portals.
As far as could be learned from a
thorough investigation laat night there
was not a single disorderly house open
in Inapector Dwyer's diatrlct. and the
number of women in the streets was
As one gambler who did a flourishing
business in former daya said: "There's
no telling Just what this fellow Dwyer
Is going to do, or when he's going to
do It. How can a man do any business
under those conditions?"
Through devious channel? the word
acema to hav? gon? forth: "Lay low!'
Th? Bronx, once a fruitful field for the
gamblers, Is as barren of games of
chance sa a Quaker village. True, there
are any number of cubbyholes where
a man can loee ,tf> or Irj in the course
Of the evening at poker or "crape," but
In Harlem only does there appear to
be even a shadow of "the good old
daya," when a man could bet his "roll"
as he pleased. Many poker games are
running there, and one place that was
raided by Becker In the days of his
power has moved to even more preten?
tious quarters. But persons known
only to the proprietors of this resort
could gain admittance last night.
At 116th street and Lenox avenue
small poker games abound, with
"craps" on the side, and there are also
modest games going on in the rear of
certain cigar stores. The negro dis?
trict, off Lexington avenue, between
130th and 133th streets, is likewise sup*
porting any number of poker games
The number of women on the streets la
Harlem has not diminished during th?
last six months, but there do not appear
to he any openly conducted disorderly
houses. Inspector Sweeney holds sway <j?
Conditions on the upper East Sid?, be?
tween tfd street and 100th, are unusual'/
quiet, with only occasional amall games,
and those conducted under the utmost
secrecy. The number of street sollcltori
has also diminished, and the police t??.
pear to be on the alert to quell any at?
tempt to "open up" thla district.
In the central district of Brooklyn cea
dltlcm? are much the aame as throughout
the rest of the ctty, with no play possible
except to the Initiated, nor ar? th?r?
many women roaming the streetB.
In the WllllamBburg section of Brook?
lyn an Idea of tne way in which things
are being held down there can be gained
from the fact that two handbook? op?
erating outside a saloon a couple o(
weeks ago were closed up by th? police.
From Police H??;idquarters in Manhat?
tan the word went out last night that
there was "nothing doing," and appear
anees bore out this brief but ?loqu?nt
statement. In the regiona dominated by
the big stone building In Centre street
everything was quiet and orderly. Now
and then It was possible to run across a
dwarfed gam?? ?<: poker or "crape," but
lookouts were on the Job, and a gam?
could be broken up In a twinkling by 4
mer?> Srhisper of "police."
80 passed the llrst Saturday since th??
conviction of the Rosenthal gunmen, and
it looke aa if District Attorney Whitman ?
statement that the day of the gangster is
over la true._
L. P. Hollander & Co.
carry in stock in their
Women's Lingerie Dept.
a splendid assortment of
Home Dinner Gowns
all of which are either imported or made on the premiset.
Prices from o5.UU
FIFTH AVE., at 46th St.
The Fall River Line
FROM Pier 19, N. R. (Foot Warren St.)
TO Pier 14, N. R. (Foot Fulton St.)
New England Steamship Co.
By English Craftsmen
'"PHERE is an undeniable charm about
those old-fashioned London Shops
in which the best of English Furniture
, is sold.
Much of this very charm has lent j ?
itself to the gathering we have arranged
ill one of our twelve galleries of some
notable reproductions by leading English ?
craftsmen of the masterpieces of their
17th and 18th Century predecessors.
The traditions of their craft have so
lingered among the English workers that
these reproductions differ in no essential
respect as regards their fashioning from
the carefully treasured originals they
copy with such artistic integrity.
34 and 36 West 32d Street
Between Fifth Ave. & Broadway
I EiAMJPTOIV SHOPS _