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THE SUN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1912.
ON WAR "INSPIRED"
Vienna "Hoii'lispo!"' Official
.Mmillipin'o of Hiilinirinns,
II Is Said.
FAKK BATTI.1. KXPLAIXEH
IVniinnnil. Say Critics. Didn't
Want It Known That Troops
l) -Jl ' i'j'' tfpnlrh tn Till Sr
I.omh)'. No- In Theti' an; further
rotiminntx u-tl.iv mi tin- liiiirvutiiL'lis In
l.lcti . Vii(.ni'i'H ill Hpatcln'H to tin
Vienna " '''' "ml nlno tin- criticism
that In- cu.il nut li.ivv uIvvuvh licon .in
ryrHiincs.-i of the cvrlitf lie ilricrlliPil.
Th, f.ic! In the cimo appear to bo very
M'nplo. I'rotn llu- ouine! certain ill
i rejMiiolcH 'n liN iIcMimtclicx vvc-e
nMrr-il by curofu! follinvvr.i of tho war,
bin V r n lone ttm' li. was practically
the only source of nut Information.
I.ieut. W.iriiit (mm ilnic to ilnio men
tl meil the fact thai liH tnformiitt in
"came from the bet aiitliiir.ttc"," anil
IS STILL HOLDING
CoMllitKirf from Viral Vane,
of the Montenegrin, lias ocrulpcd the
port of Ale?.lo. on the Adriatic.
The Montenegrin" fought two actions
on the route to Ale.islo ami compelled
the Turk, who wore outntimliereil, to
cypres tree. It Is a busy place In
Union of peace, for Uh mixed iiopiilutlon
of all the ndtlonutltleii to be found In
Macedonia cany on a Kttut trade In
wheat and tobacco, fcolil and silverware
and carpetM. It Is the cent of ceveral
chiimiiI and Its population Is about
.",i.i.niu, mi i than half of whom are
The (ireeks have sent Kiel; word to
Athens that at Salon lea they captured
$30,000,000 from the Turks In that city.
The correspondent of the tolly Mall
at Odessa teleKrapliM that thn uctle
military mobilization which has been
proceeding m Kussla has now been
suspended In the south and southwest,
It Is reported that Oen. Mnrtlnovltch,
nt the head of a Montenegrin army, op
erating from the town of San Giovanni
dl Mediia, In Albania, now In possession
The correspondent of the Unity Mirror
Quality Never Varies
such a tirocnt'dlug ns futile."
Replying to a question us to llerr
Pttichusk-a, the Aiistro-lluiiRatlnn Con
sul at l'rlsrend. which town the Ser
vians captured and who has mysteri
ously disappeared since. Count von
Iteri'litold said that Sen la had com
plained swine time ago about Herr Pro
chnla's conduct nnd asked Austria to
recall h The foreign Minister con
tinued; "We declared ourselves ready
to Inquire Into the matter nnd requested
that we should be glen an opportunity
the rlvat sympathies of the dcrmnn nl
Rlnv populations of the dual monarchy.
AUSTRIAN PRESS EXCITED.
Attack srU for Alleged Atrnrltlrn
fpftial t'ablr Dttptlth to X"1 Sex. I
Vib.s'NA, Nov. 18. The tone of mod
eration displayed In the speech of Count
von lterchtold to-day In no wise corre
sponds with the popular attitude of the
capital toward 'Servlu. The repetition
of the reports In the newspapers of ut
leged Servian outrages against Austrian
Consuls at l'rlsrend und elsewhere Is
exciting extreme antl-Servlan sentiment.
The newspaper reports say that the
Servian troops forced their way to the
Austllan Consillnte at l'rlsrend, shot
the Turkish police giinrd and seized
the Midlives. The Hcichiol to-duy
quotes the Albanlun chief Kol, who Is
at Dlbra, forty-live miles from l'rlsrend,
as de.MCilblng the. Servian entty Into
l'rlsrend as If a horde of wild devils
had suddenly been turned loose.
The chief goes on to say: "Without
any l canon the soldiers fell on the Al
banian population nnd began to mow
i down every one who came their way.
; In barely two hours time the killed
' numbered lit men and thirty-live
'women, among the latter being several
'mothers, eight children under VI years
'of age nnd two tinder fi years. The
j barbarians llrcd through tho streets
MONASTIR, TURK'S LAST MACEDONIAN STRONGHOLD, FALLS
MONTKNEGROA ' ' 1 V " ' Vfe
i--s etBASAM Nw,nda ft C D
gjggg -J-Z j ---' rr,-
o forth. Someihnes he speclllcally
f iti'd that he liad seen the things -if
Kluch he wrote. Oenerally f'i" de
5p.it lies were of an Imperfona! nature.
It has been ideiu that from the start
he was "Inspired," and what was untrue
In his dcp.itcbes was untrue by de
liberation and not by i mr. Ihigl'.sh
correspondents who were kpt far from
the actual scenes of war were not un- j
naturally incensed nt finding thenel e
hi ng "scooped" every da., by the fa- '
ored Austrian, but impartial observers
here contend that I.ieut. Wagner and
the isilgarlans were both Justltled.
I., ut Wagner's inU'.eailliig account
of 'h.- three days Kittle of Tcherkesiteir.
nil li was never fought, has been tne
i''.rf cnusc of complaint. This was un
'iinb'edly given to him by the ltul
li ,iit staff for a good reason, proUibly
aus- the Hulgarlan". fearing for-
en intervention, did not wlh It to be
niwn that an Imperative lull suo-
'(ted the tierce battle of l.ulu-"i-gas.
Ily the time It was discovered
tut .tic Tcberltesskeul engagement was
h 'iirrr- Invention they hoped to be, as
I ,.y actually are. at Tchiitaldja. This,
f as said above. Is considered by 1m-jn-t
! observers as a Justltlablc ruse.
Tl lenna correspondent of the
1 ' i justifies the action of King 1'er
i - i tn u.-lng I.ieut. Wagner and the
I" hnimst, which Is a clerlco-mllltary
r.-san favored by Archduke Franz I-'cr-c
-...nd In order to insure that the world
.- tiid be Informed of the progress of
niPiiign so long aj no doubt ex-
h overwhelming nature or tne
rlan triumph. Me had the ex-
.f the war between Turkey and
t .i . lie knew that fighting the Turks
i fighting the International bank-
f-- linanciers alo and thcrrfuro
1 'o give jirefcrence tn an organ
as not Influenced by them.
PEACE AGAIN IN COMMONS.
Home Itnle I'IkIiI Hie1 , Objrrtlnn
nlilr tlnnae WltlirtrHnn.
v. N'ov. IS.- Though expressing
h-fl convinced that reconsideration
v.i iv bt-.xt method of eliminating tho
i ni,i-,-f,i, ory financial clause which
oiiervatlves forced Into tho home
. U by u snap vote last week,
li .n.d Asqulth agreed to-day to tho
t ii.n.iK-'inti of an entirely new cluuse.
The House of Commons, which was
Conservative when the last vote
t.iio.o thronirb the absence of n
Ure n imher of Liberal members, then
r. .fleil tiw. I'liinun tirnvlouslv auonteU
f-n l ofrsihhig was ready for a freslj.
' i' .M.icn lime will OO iohi, iinyvuti,
"'Hint of the method adopted,
i ie Conservatives were expected to
r' io obstrucllvo tactics again ns
f i as .utual progress on tho home
"III Is attempted.
Government Bctildintja ,
The above map shows clearer than
words can tell that the Turks have lost
their last stronghold In Macedonia
Monastlr considered by navy military
r.Yiii.rts as Imuregnable. All Important
I towns to the north. Including t.'skub.
tho capital of old Servln. are In Ser
vian hands (marked with an h. vviiuc
to the south the lireeks had made Im
portant ndvances. their most Important
coup being the capture of Salonlca.
Towns occupied by the (irccks arc
marked on the map by a O.
Monastlr. rlghty-llve miles from
Salonlca, the largest port on the Kgean
Sea, was the lust Important stronghold
of the Turks In Macedonia. There, af-
Iter tho reversals to Ottoman nrnis at
lusknb and Psllepe and Salonlca the
I scattered remnants of the Turkish west
icni army had "gathered for n tlnal stand.
, Monastlr Is the capital of the vilayet
that bears Its name and Is the northern
terminus of the branch of the railroad
from Salonlca and Is an important trad-
It lies In a coun'ry of lakes and moun.
tin ii". famed for Its natural beauty. To
the town, with Its imputation of mlxd
natlonalltl'is. traders bring their whuit
and tobacco nnd goldware and carpets.
Monastlr has always been regarded as a
strong military centre, nnd lis position
beneath the forts on the high surround.
Ing mountains caued It to bo consid
ered as well nigh Impregnable.
I Scutari, the capital of Albania, is also
r ported ruptured, the fortre-n. It I said.
I falling Into tlv hands of the Monte
I negrlns, who have long besieged It.
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the Saks Travel Dept. "talks turkey."
J This sale is designed to contribute to the comfort of
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Top tray is divided with adjustable partitions, so that you can make your
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STIMS0N REACHES JAMAICA.
rriy IncliidlnK Helen Tuft Start.
for Colon To-dMjr.
Pt'Hil i nb!r fpir to Tlir. Sri.
i i isston, Jamulca, Nov. 1R, Hecrc
ip of Wrtr Htlnihun and his party,
w " includes TtUw Helen Taft, dmigti
w if die President, arrived hero this
m r ... n ti,p xteuinshlp Zacapa cn
to tho Panama Canul.
''''' party had a rough voyage down
" .i.l were glad to land. Tho mem
if the party ha.'e left on a sight-
tc nu trip Into the Interior. .
Seerelury and his party will sail
t'1 1 i veiling for Colon.
'I fk r. ..... a . a . n. -j.n n . w
, " ' 1 .W A 11.11. IflA
if.: lv,! "HOMO Qulnlno Tablets. Drur-
i n, "aty ir li Jill, io cure. ... w,
""Vfc signature hi on rch lioi. 25c. Aili.
at t'ettlnje, Montenegro, clalmx the for direct coinmitnb ation with the Con
hlghe.st nflli'i.il authority for Htatlng
tlMt an annisliie between the Montene
grins and the Turks Is practically cer
tain and will perhaps be effected before:
many hours hare elapsed.
vitb machine guns. The i-tntemen! that
' " .. t. l li-l ....... liv
sill. Negotiations III legard to this Hint- ' -...... ..
,,r ,,ave no, yet been conclude., . .h-, fe :,nZS: -I.
. " "'"V . n would be to Servla's Interest to throw
: . . , rv in slorlo. We potest
AUSTRIA'S POLICY STATED.
Ilr rent old n llnll.no Alllv. Woiilil '
Br l-'rlrnrtlv Tenant NrlKtiliiir. I
Sprcial t'ahlr lir,pnlcl. tn Tilt j
Ilrt'APKKT. Nov. IS. fount von lierch-
told, the Austrian foreign Minister,
made an Important statement to-day to
the An. "trial! delegation In regard to the.
relations with the lialkans nnd the ques
tion of Consuls.
The Count's words, which were chosen
with tho greatest care, viere so ex
tremely moderate as to cause general re.
mark. Me .-aid In effect that the lines
of Austria's foreign policy were loyal
adherence to the existing and (Irmly es
tablished alliance with (ermany and
Italy and thn pursuit of a consistently
moderate; weltpolltlk, aiming nt no terri
torial cNpanslon, hut keeping the Inter
ests of Aii'trln-lliiiiKary closely In view.
There were, no grounds, said Von
licrchtold, for doubting that the Kalkan
allies worn taking an Impartial view of
the situation and would be mindful of
the gtcfct Importanco of the establish
ment of lasting good relationship with
the neighboring dual monarchy. Tho
repeated conversations ho (Count von
Berchtold) had had with M. Daneff, thn
President of tho Bulgarian lower
house, who came here on a special mis
sion, had strengthened him In this
opinion and afforded proof of tho sage
policy which was tho guiding stnr to
tho decisions of Bulgarian statesmen,
even In view of tho brilliant successes
of their army.
The Korelgn Minister fall! his best
wishes accompanied tho direct negotia
tions which he was ple.rscil to say had
been opened between Turkey and tho
belligerent State and hit had reason to
presume that the Ililknn .States would
hear In mind tho legltlmato Interests of
In regard to Albania. Count von
Berchtold, after referring to tho agree
ment between tho governments of
Vienna and Home concerning' an au
tonomous stutus to bo given to Albania,
"Our policy to-day, like that of Italy,
Is based on this principle. Despite the
unfavorable conditions lasting for ceu
turles tho Albunlans have mnnnyed to
preserve their national truilltionu and
ethnological idiosyncrasy, if wo offer
them tho opportunity of assimilating thn
blessing of western Kuropean outturn to
un Increased extent 1 cannot regard
will rei-peet our vvl-bes. which are fully
I Justltled from the point of view of In-
I in-national law. and vve snail mane me
We protest energetically
against Herv la's proceedings, which at'.
contrary to all International ciiftoni
The niatter Is too serious to allow 01
that place. They ate certainly not , Bulgarian preparation to discover n
within sKty miles of the piace. salient hi the famous lines of Tcha-
The Mussulmans nevertheless at e tnldja. The Bulgarian uencral Huff
nxlous and are determined to oppn.-e , niut have learned much to.ilav unit
tho Servlnn occupation. They will di - certainly learned not to place too' much
mand Albanian Independence, or
threaten that otherwise there will be
RUSSIA BEHIND AUSTRIA?
confidence In the appreciation bv nma
tour correspondents of the morals of
an army lately !n retreat, but now well
SERVIA POSTPONES REPLY.
Will nrrrr An.trla Untunllng Al
bania After War.
Sprrtnl fnhtf ttr. filet- to Tnr SU v
I'arln ."Ww,mirr-i See tirnr
In S.-rvlmi Munition.
Svcutl lilUr liti"'r!i li- Tnr. Sin
I 'aims, Nov. 1?. Aiistro-Servian reU-
.t,.-.. i. Udn.ii..l ....... turn ilnrln'-
lli'lin li,,, ... .
the la-t teutv-four hours, according ""-"' 19.-n.1s unuerstooci
in the unanimous declarations of the , " 1 r,m 7 IMshoh li.w notified the
l.'rcnch press Ibis morning. '"'o , ,hat, SrrvU ('anno1 n'pl
Although seemingly Incredible, It la ''ellnltely in reference to Albania until
hinted that Ku-sla i Ivicking Ausuia. j ,llr wnr ls "vcr.
SUNDAY'S fTc,IITDESCRIBED. , ',,"," I1"" HnK-nrlnn llrd fro...
! Ui.'.SKiiih. N V . Nov is. Pr. Vucil l.
I.nnilnn "Timed" rnils I'nrtlirr lr-. HozovsWy. ono of the leading pliysi
tail. I'rom Tehnlnliljn. ! cians of thU city, a native of Bulgaria.
.r.l rhl, l,,Mtl, in Tnr Si v. 'expressed to-day to the Bulgarian Secre-
I.UVIIOS-. Nov. 1!. The coirespundenl Inry of State for use of th Ked (Yo
' .1 ... l.A A ...n-U- rill Will . . . .... . rr. .... ... I.lt Ik.lnff l-IMMPtV Silt) I ll A lirrVXM (a. .f l Io... . I
point of restoring normal Intercourse . readiness of I .. ,'.', ,,i ,i.ii,r ,,f Mon.lav. but he recently gavo uon Bulgaria and the
... . . " " . ' wnr lujiu'iutn lh H illnti Uiui..j nnl
STVln to .purhtio u ronciiiatory tuvy
with our diplomatic rtMH-f'iiliii'vn.s."
... I., .i . i .I lit ill .lJUinui- '
the retuni of Hen- vo Tabs, the . Alls- , f , th rst (fCCa!,,1)n...
trlan ConMil at Mltrovitr-a vvhi. receive, IH
v ery liarsli trea men ai -" ' : roc,.edlngs have created an in
the Servians, without adding anything wnlch ,lot.s not ow mwh da
to what Is known.
It Is slated here that Austria has been ' " "'";."";,"
unable to learn anything of two othir .0,'nK',0 wf.rspect anil dignity of
Consuls In Mace. "!. nd ;,rtr .V''," our monarchy. Servla will soon per-l-gron.
the Austr an WnMnr ' ' '.' ' f ,lve that there Is full weight and the
grade, has applied to 1 remler l att h m.coh determination on our side and
to produce all three or alloy Austria to ,. ls approiichlnff an acute
comiiiunicaie miii un-ui.
Sefvli a time limit In which to comply
dating his despatch from the Tchn-
taldj.i lines on Sunday evening adds t " . .
yesterday's story: WILLS AND APPRAISALS.
"After sending my message I re-
I 't'lw. .Inl ... In l,n Hnrl'lilll reiilv MO the
The correspondent of the llrli hxpnt Albu)an ll(.?ttoii adds to the Irrltutlou.
at Ntnli. Servld, quotes a merchant of
t'skub for the followliir. happenings ut
the town of Prlsreud:
"When the Servians arrived the sol
diers attempted to enter the Austrian
Consulate. The door was locked and
as the soldiers attempted to force it
llerr l'rochaska appeared at a win
dow and called to tho officer to order
his men to desist, declaring that the
hoiiso was nn Austrian Consulate and
pointing to lho Austrian flag flying
abovo the roof. The officer ordered the
Consul to open the door, stating that
otherwise he. would bring a gun and
lire a shell Into tho building.
Yielding to force tho Consul opened
It Is stated that Itussla lias again ad
vised Servla to pursue a policy of
SAYS CONSUL WASN'T HARMED
Servian Ofllrlal Ktalrmrnt Itmarillna
.vpcciuf Vabte Deipetch to Tilt SrN,
BnuiruuE, Nov. 18. It ls oftlcUlly
st Met' hero that tho stories circulated
hi Vienna and elsewhere to tho effect
thnt Herr l'rochaska, the Austro-Hun-garlnn
Consul at l'rlsrend, has been Im
prisoned by the Servians and that the
Anulrl-iti flno- uMa lnnllti,l urn llttnrll'
the door, and the Servians rushing In untrll0 The Austrian flag. It U as-
rounu tno couriy.ini pacKcu w in ai- ,sort01, the Government olTlclals. was
not touched and Herr l'rochaska was not
banian women nnd children, who hud
taken refuge there, The Servians cut
down every one they found, turning the
anno 'ed In nny way.
However, tho Government statement
. II. .1 n...l.ln. 1M. ...l.l,nru llllC l-l , llltl J IM (.1 iiillV II k 3 1 H lfl IUII I
::UrtJI" ', t?.ir. ,Tl'Vllnivl'I' nu divulge the whereabouts of
then rushed upstairs Into the Consul's
apartment and burst in the iivor. fn
the struggle which ensued Herr l'ro
chaska received n bayonet thrust. The
merchant believed that the Consull was
wounded In the thigh.
Although Count von Berchlold's re
straint in referring to Kervia is
ascribed In snnin (purlers to a desire,
to demonstrate that Austria is willing
to carry patience to tho extreme, limits,
Wt Is un(tieslloniiblo thai tho Korelgn
.Minister hud also In mind the restless,
ucss of Austria's Serb population In
Croatia, Bosnia and Dahnatla, which
was referred to In these (lespatchet on
Saturil.'.y. There have already been
pro-Balkan demonstrations In thotio
districts which have caused thn Oov
rrnment lo dissolve some municipal
councils und replace them by Govern
ment officials. There have also been
clashes between' the people nnd the
The Government undoubtedly wilt
have a difficult course to steer ("'tween
Herr l'rochaska at the present time.
The German and Italian diplomatic
envoys sent a note to M, I'nsllch, the
Servian I'rcmler, to-day In which they
support Austria's declaration In fnvor
of t tin Independence of Albania nnd as
serting tho Inability of (ho two other
r.iembrr.1 of the Triple Alliance to recog
ul.n tho Servlu n occupation of nny
turned to too the progress of the But-
gjrlan demonstration against the salient
to t lie south of the Turkish positions.
The th Ing had lessened n little toward 1
midday, but It had Increased heavily
toward 3 o'clock, when the Bulgarian .
batteries south of Izzeiidln (three miles
northeast of Tchutaldja) opened a con
tinuous lire agalnijt the tvvln works at
"Here the Bulgarian Infantry had!
lebouched Into tin plain and taken pos-
irtVIXli 'V. rillt.IlS - Surrogate Cohalaa litard
jcMcowy nr iiv-n, 1,111 ui i fl i.irriiir i;. ri.iui.i,
ai,i nursfii lr,ur W L'tilKls lim twre hi.
death, to Ulrti't ur cnulur of tne estate
i.i iriuurr a uni wirr inan inc one oacrril
tor pmbatr will .,,( naya maVe mure liberal
ernvlslon fur I. it anil IfNH fur the executor,
rrrilrrlet. I t'larUc Hobcrt 1.. Tink, attnrney
for MISmltu, akr.l (or anotner ail Inurnment,
-alius he was i-rarrnlnc: far a uhrjca who
liail t'cen on lmlmulr lenni ultli the decedent,
lie said hti ltnesM' were belrnr foll.meil b
iliMo-ilvcandliiielr .louses wati'.ned i'onsii,niis
Couiiael fur ihe riecutnr iirotcsleil nratnst
furllier delay bcrause ihe ra.e va. alreailv
hein7 ill-russeil In Pari and oilier cllle abroad.
The siurrocale ruled that If the rellllonrr lict
iraui nn urt-riunrr .i i. h hi rosnms uu case,
sesion of the village of I..-.eoln, from
which they were driven by tl,e Turkish l.trs rtn'0r,b'y-unra,ln
artillery, and In n little while the v ll- ihe .iiirrmate's Court to have himself deelared
lage burst Into lUiucs. I'rom what 1 I
was able to see the Turkish troops were i
easily holding the enemy at bay
Ihe hi-lr tn half Ihe estate of his brother, l.nrlns
llnpMnsSmltit.nn the eround that his brcttier'
fnsii-rilaiichlrr Iliilh was Illegally adopted and
Is not his legal heir. Mr Smith's Attorney filed
an aniilliatlnn yesterday for the Issuance nf
letters roiratoiy tn (iermany to take the tentl
mony of Judur Fcchner of Die Siurrorate'ii
Court In Terlln. If meh Ictlera air trantej the
Cennan tourls ntll cnnpcl the attendanec of
wlinrves. which Ihe courts will not i!i In the
rats of an ordinary commission. Mr. Umllh
alleges that Ihe consent of Ihe Surrogate'
i nun tn .-sew mrK suouiu nave oeen ntuained
lielure the child was adopted and that this
provision of the New York law wan not brought
to Ihe attention of Judge Feehner when he
grained ihe decree uf adopiton. Xlr. Simlth
tiled his protest when Mm. felly Smith, widow
uf the decedent, made her accounting stating
that s:ie aim Tier aaoptea daufnicr were tne
SERBS NOT NEAR ADRIATIC.
Despatch From Duraaio .ar 'l'hr
llnrra't Been Heard tlf.
Sptclal Cable OttpttcU to Till: Hi-f,
Lon()0!;, Nov. 19. A. desiuitch to
the Daily Telegraph from Duragsso, on
the Adriatic, whicli was sent by wire
less from the Austrian steamship Graf
.lurrbrand, which Is lying in the har
bor ready to remove Christians In case
of need, says that nothing Is known
there of the advance of the Servians on
I could not discover any sign tlut
the Turkish reserves had left the posi
tion where they were In the morning; .
they bad been grouped together n little,
more nt tho back of tho slopes to avoid
the shrapnel with which the enemy
were sweeping the hills, .
"tin the Immediate front wheie'tho!
railway winds through the Knrasu Val
ley the Tuiks had felt but slightly tin
ill-ensure of the enemy. Since midday.
.... w..i I...,,....l.,u ..l.,,.,.v .ji- C'II11ISTI.V' A 111 Ml', a mlllurlilil. who .If. I
trench. a. the I-dge of u m " ! o'r-dch .VM WV.
unmasked by tlnshes and liad to bear .JPVK'L '
the lire of Ihe heavy guns of three war- fc'Sft', VtS fte WHl "CA
shins which were booilllnr; liroadsldcs shares of stuck In one mliilmr company worth
fi-nm n. I "ve rents a share mill jj,iu) shares In anoiher
trom lie sea. thai aie worth nothing.
"Tills lire, which was directed by I mtSTAVi: LANDsnillKJIl. who died In Wash
signals from the bill.', seemed lo bo i i,nryJh(hY'?hA,''lM:'''s?1,a.l''t.a l0''tte
effective, but from time to time It..! J?$g whl,h ' vc daurhier. and
angry (lashes of Held artillery seen i l'ANMi: M. tlltOWN. who died on Pebruary 11,
through the mist of smoke nnd tlut-t '?Jwo,,'ro!!,Tw1,,.,',ul,r'
iiindo by tho nnvnl guns liidlc.ted that , LVnliu?&$& l4M'
tins BiilKiirian artllleryiiien were still lii'.DIUil. v. aiwati'II. whodled In .Sprlngtleld.
courageously serving their pieces. Tliuii Mass., led ;-s.imi lo iwu daurnter aud ihtce
the nrlllKry combat ebbed and (lowed ' : Unsi;s.wh,iie.i.iiavv... v,
till (lie siltl went down 111 U crimson seu-ni'i street on lleiember r.', I sua. excluded
glow amid tho wet fog dinwn up by tho)
lire, hut before night fell the rapid but-,
tory flro wan rctiewrd wllh much mote
energy on tho part of the. Bulgarians
against tho llamlllyeh Avorks.
"Thn responsn of the Turkish gunners
was as energetic. I thought for the
moment that this hell of shrapnel nnd
bullets presaged un asault, but it
seems that I was wrong us with t!io
vetting sun all signs of the light dis
appeared savo thn flames of burning
Villages. It was as If the battle liad
been cut short by tho touch of an clcc.
"Thus ilnlshtd tue first day uf the
ins sou. i crcivai noper. woses, irom partlr
nation In 1,1s estate.
HANK II. IIHHI.Ilt'T. president of the llnlpn
Nmarn Savings Hank, who died on January '3
laM, left onli tit, 141, all of vililca went lo his
SI'A It KS VIIOM THE TEUMItM'H.
The Saered Heart Church, lho largest
place or worship In llulte, .Vlon.. was dc-
aiiuuu u u nr in mysterious orisill.
Nelson Hliarpe. ronvlcteil of the murder nf
i-nurvmian eraiiit j nru, was sonteiici-il In
ftucliesler to dla In th tleclrlo chair at All.
.jinn in i, it- ween ui January v.
In the pre.scncs of her l little chlltlren
.lira, i'j-aiiK uyner nr iiawiltia, VVo was
bchendeil by her brother, Mslvln llavli, u
Miiitiii n.v nmm aiirsisu siruajr,
Man of Style
f He who buys a dress
garment at Saks1 has
a knowledge of values,
not only with respect
to price, but in the
larger, fuller sense of
He is a man who is
not to be disconcerted
by a profusion of pros
and a chaos of cons.
' He is primarily a man
accustomed to exercise
a nice discrimination,
because a nice discrim
ination is necessary to
find the lone .star of
merit in the crowded
firmament of mediocre
' We would like very
much to have you ex
amine our new evening
dress models, that you
may actually sec for
yourself the style and
the character which-a
lifetime of tailoring has
put into them.
r We cannot possibly
visualize in words the
precision of detail, the
beauty of line, the' bal
ance, the proportion,
the irreproachable fin
ish, and the striking
individuality of these
garments as a whole.
But this much we can
say: No man can afford
to be apathetic in the
choosing of dress
clothes, and thus no
man can afford to bo
indifferent to the merit
of Saks dress clothes.
They arc America's
premier productions for
Full Dress Garments
Coats 23.00 to 38.00
Trousers. . 7.50 to 12.50
Vests 3.50 to 12.00
20.00 to 32.00
Broadway at 34th Street
v t tit mrr
The "ELK" Model
On an exceedingly easy
and stylish last, with a
graduated upper, similar
to our Combination Shoe.
A Hlucher style that fits
perfectly about the in
step, and supports the
ankle muscles. A shoe
that particular men en
Made in fine Kill, Calf
ami Ihis-ict Double Sola
SOLD NOWHERE ELSE
JAMES S. COJVARD
264-274 Greenwich St., K. V.
Mall Ortsra FUUd Scud lor Catalofua
SUES HIS MOTHER-IN-LAW.
.Mr, tinnraml llrrrniliii, t in Artlnn
lis- Wllltrr VI. Ilusnrll.
A BiimmniiH in it unit for S-'id.fXnj iluinncen
hrniiRht URaiiiHt Mrt. Amy Crcx'Kor
tioiirniiri, willow of Jiu'knon lioiinuul
anil iltttiKtiler r lli Into Churli-H II.
f'rookpr of California, tiy Waltor Morgan
HuamHI wan IIIihI in (Im Kti!rtm Court
yesterday It wux Haiti lust nlclit Unit
Air. Huw-oll i tin lumLmiulof Ol.ulyr Ahlm
Gotiruud. wlio Ih Mm. (loiirniulV tluimlitor
I iv linr llmt liUHluiml, Tortur Aalu. n
aiarlyn Oouniiid wim for koiu yours
the hlntur-in-liiw of lir mother, for kIib
innrricil PowerH tlouraud, an .lottir. Imt
he (livorotnt her in South Dultotu in Ili7
und is to lxi married to-day to Mir Irnu
' It i understood Hint Mr. ltu.nll has
lieen HvinK upan from Iht liiwtinnd for
the ia.t veai tuid lor thin ivumui it wan
miKRf kf that Ihe suit Im lirouclit. aguttuit
Mih. (louraud on (ho ground that eliy Imt
Uienkted iter daughter' affectionn.