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NOVEMBER 25, 1912.
THE SUN, MO
TRy TP ANNUL ELECTION
losers in I'rosiilpntial Coiitost
l lack Oovpi'iinipnt in
SHAFTS 1HHKCTKI) AT t. S.
Sn.i Mpnornl's Klpctinn Pplijrhts
Aiiipric.'in An novation,
Spee'it ejMe Despatch t" Tnt Stx
Huas. Nov, 21. The meetlnf: of the
nssetnhlv of the Nation... 1, iiior.il party,
which t-?.'iii o.irly I..--I niKht to con
s.der tho qnirtl'in of .lccopilnir tlio re
sult tho toi'cnt election, Listed until
" o'rU.rK Sunday iiiortilnu, when 11
f(iilrt ail.t Mirnnii nt was taken despite
iom" ciy fiery speeches denouncing
l'rrsldcnt (lunrz unci Gen Montoagudo.
tie commander In clilef of the forces, as
Speaker Ferrara of the House of Itcp
rr tentative Mid Gen. Montengudo told
him that Senor Zayaa must never ho
I'rcsldent. fc'cnor Terra ra Also declared
that (Jen. Montcasudo had a coup d' etat
h' pfparrJ In rase Senor Z.iyas ear
ned the eviction. Tho Speaker depre
cated a involution because, as he paid,
tli election of Gen. Menocnl as PieM
dent dcliphted the American antiexa-i.'in.j'i-.
includinc Col. Itooscvelt. and
Liter'. entl"ii now would mean that tho
1 n''ed Prate.. would Mippott President
Pe.nor llernandc?., the defeated Lib
era! undidit" f'n VIi e-I'resldont kiM
i revolution u,is not likely to in ins In
1 rifn'.lon bv the I nlted State.-, be-
iiise the Cuban treasury was empty
An Attr.idlie rail Winter Anil Sprlnc
rrvirt Anions the t'lne. offering n
dry. lirAlthful climate social ail i an
Mjc. And tm opportunity fnr mil.
door tccrrntloiiv rmiisl fall Holt
'Inurnntnrnt Nov SS-I9-.I0.
THE LAUREL 111 1HE PIS
trunk K. Nhutr, Mgr.
THE LAUREL HOUSE
A. .1. Ml It I'll V. Mcr.
fba. Mnrrnt Murph,, A-..I. Mur.
llooUets And Information en request.
Drained from .e York Illy
l New .lerse.v Central It, It.
SEE RIFT IN WAR
Continued from First rape.
in-n within ensv roach of nttninmoilf .
The methods whereby be pursues them
mo eflicarious without being nggreoslve.
BULGARSWIN BY INCHES.
Correspondent ! Tlierr Drove
Turku llnek nt DerUoa.
Special tahtr Vetpatcb to Tmb Su.v
London, Nov. 2.". Mnrtln H, Dono
huo In n despatch to the Daily Chroni
cle from Constantinople, dated Novem
ber S3, says there wns considerable
IlKhtlni; on the nlcht of the 22d on tho
Turks' rlcht Hank. The HulKarlana
mado a desperate effort to turn the
Turkish defences. Tho whole wolpht
of tho attack was apilnst the position
l...rnt-.. ll,,.!,..- Tim Mlll-lm filllLtlt Ill's.
UtfTfl ABC A TJ MV ivn rvTTT ATlUfV "'"'-'"" ' ... . tile
1,UMI,"N aau uuk muni, p. r.itoly, but weto uinmaieiy driven in. j an(, lltr,.P(i ,i.ilt twenty of them
I lie UlllKnnans llic now iiireaicimiK me
1 EXTRA J
have been appoint
ed FJureyor5 of
Whisky to His Ma
jesty King George V
0, H. NICHOLAS tc CO.
NI'.W YOlllf, tMile AscnK.
STATE WILL TRY TO SHOW
HYDE'S PROFITS TO-DAY
Lnnn of $13,500 Trncrtl to City
SKCHETARY ' TO TESTIFY
Story of Sitnntion of Cnrnp.q:ip
' Trust in 1910 to Ik
l,eon rrom the Itnlknn U'nr
l)rnTii hj- nn Army nitlerr,
The follonlns communication sent to
Tun Sr: by nn nrmy ottlcer comment
Fomctvh.it hharply on our unprcparcd
ness for wnr:
There t lit doubtless he many lesson
drawn from th conduct of the present
operations In the Balkans nnd as soon as
deialln become known newspapers an1
military revnn will be di-votlnB Isrzr
space to explalnltiR how tli r,uli;arl.in
nnd their alle prepared for the war and
won Its battles
Hut for one lesson Intensely npplleaM"
to the 1'nlted States w do not h.ie to
wait and that Is the leFon of the re
sr'ef HulKarla has n pee nrmv of s,.'.?'
otnrets. t?(l.inn eonerirts, 4.000 reenli'T
t-erseatits or hlsher noti-conuntsslonecl
otllrers. and 0.00 horss The iinivi.il
' pcndlture fur th niinv telil If
tt'an $5.000 000 ;
The uctiiil tlni of srv!c with th'
colors is en" and a half years for Irfan'n
and tvo nnd a half for the tn.nin'ed
arms: but n man must remiln in Hi-
lll,r In,..lr,ll,.r, -"H". HMliani" IOr W.ir. for lXie-
,, 1 to eighteen yenrs and each jeir d" t
j . j . ,l"e.k m.lltarv servlre
i-nor .dende- retnl-. the defeated j Thl- armv is therefore three. fMitth'
I 'htril clitidldjte ..r tb-vernor of the ih size of onr n the number of rejul.i
.'. ro ince of Santa 'Inra, s.ild he would etlleers and men with the color. cotv
1". fa of of ,i reolu;ion if It w nuld one-thlrteentn of what ours- iloes
u.it ' i .lit t'UoUn Intel fei ence. j ",,t " Hs nn Insttucted r"fre reaiU
nnjllv th- .iFSfinbly resolved to keep1"1,,1"1" th" co,or nt ' r..ooo men and a
w.th.n IV law and to work on the Su-iml'.'!h 'r' f'cnn' pftA,
,-.,r, nn.i ,',,., in.. ,n ,n. 1 . . '7" ,,n' rrrsMtnir nt
' ...... ... ..j . ... .in,, vletoi-Tes nf thm until- ovr ji ipilmthf.
able eneniv : tliv were due to Irtelllnsnt
orKanlzatmti and the ui nf ir.rc Thl
question of renrve Is the nint Impor
tant one which confronts t'" t'n.tod
diice thCf" boilles t" annul the election
t Gen Menoc.il A committee was ap
peared to w.ilf on I'res'dent Gomes
r.d d mand the .llsmlssal of Gen. Mon-
-guJo for wrongful participation lniS!,a,'! rmy and nav . nil others nvp
trie elections. The Liberal members of
incress will move in toat body for n
vt of cnsure and dismissal of
Gn Mentipudo and nie of his subordinate.
only the construction of battlesh'P!'
shrink Into tnslcniticit whn empaifd
to this, nor nrmv of 7? ''"0 nien has n"
res"rvej n ha lexer: by srlppinc tv
roast fort aid taklne everv man froni
the rhlllpn'n". and Il.invll It eould ou"
Th itetnblv met ncaln to-nl-llt and 1 Into th" h-ld Jut TTonn nin nnd no
more Aft-r th first ur-s w rouin
not replace with Instructed nun the
loss's caiis"d bv our er" vetife. nnd
we would hivo to hall and teach ihe
i.iw reorutti) that m'cht b forwirded
Hirceiited 'he elements of soMlerlns before a further
in vance rolilrt pe Ti.ice In else or n
feat our broken columns woult fall back
I upon empty spare or else upon hurried
N ' Jl four hundred and l"vis laek'np the A !i "s of mllltan
et'te. representing twentv kpowiedse intr.ilr.ed. unofT.cered, brave
If we subtract our regular forces now
In th Philippines. Hawil! and Panama
jirobac';. will sit un'il cty late
SOCIALISTS MEET AT BASEL.
TiifnlT i ountrlo
reettn8s Held In t ntbedrnl.
Sffw a' Ursrai' ro The
ountrKi met to.djv a th oneninc
t.tiJlon of th International Social. stlci
rongfttw, w-hich will last three day-! lnp th coa;t artinery troops, nee
i-'ome 01 me nusi propiineni ociaiuis , ejsarlly held t the roast forts, we nnd
In Europe are prerent Thes Include ' that the total regular army which w
Dr. Bebel of Germany. Jules Jaures of rould put in h field, whether to repel
France. Uerr Vandr"vlde of Heleium. Invasion or form an expedition. .!oe no
Irr Adler of Austria and Kclr Hardle ,amun' 10 . ' rr.-n
o' Grat Britain 1
Strang' Is n1 'i?1! the roncress t
I'd.ns ! ? -ecf! n- :n t -.- ancient ca-
We hiv not .1 s.nsl tnstru"ed ,01
fje- ad1 to th' for -a bethr to
drive Vorne ts first blow o- to -epi'
n-s' "inas'er " tn It i t'i!
The loss of tho warship Ilamldleh Is
a severe handicap to the defenders, Mr,
Donuhue i-ays, us the Kims of the other
Turkish warships are Ineffective for
the purpose of stopping the Bulgarian
advance. Tho Mnssudleh has been sent
to rcplnco the Ilamldleh.
In the encasement on November 22
the Bulpnrlans used heavy artillery In
addition to Held Run. They were very
actko also nn the Turks' left front,
Pl.iilns the heaviest Kttns In position
to command Ilademkeul. A fresh bat
tle Is Imminent unless nn armistice Is
Miihmoud Muktar Pasha's loss Is
feerelv felt by the Turks, lie was one
if their most capable commanders, lie
I" in the German hospital here sutlerlnp
from a wound In the lec.
Cholera continues Its rat.ices un
abated l'uad Pasha has presented a distinctly
pe-.imlstlc report to the Government,
In whli h he declares that the reslstnnc
to bo expected alone the lines, can only
ARMISTICE IS ARRANGED ?
llnlKirlnn .Wmillntors Snlil to lime
lel TlirU Yratrrilny.
frfttot I'll'? hnrafft to Tnr ?ri
Constantimtm:. Nov. 21 - The Uni
tarian peace necotl.itors nrrlvod nt tho
Utilitarian, hendiniarters on Saturday
H Is expected that they will meet the
Assistant District. .Attorney John K
Clark will offer proof, he says, in Jtitlcn ,
Cioff's court to-day, that former City
Clmmbnrlniti Charles II Hyde, who Is on
it n hrlhn lintliflttl nor-
the police mattered the demonstrators ' " ' , ,; A ,c,ir.,t,w with oleht.
id nt rested about twenty of them. "' ,". , ,' , ,,,.
. ..... t. ...1 ...... .1 ..i.a. ' unks iv which loans worn imulo to tho
liieill ililhi" ti , iii'.-v urn ii-n,,aii;in--. - . ,
to the .'. fciiriosf have been widely dls- ..Cumniins Rroup of llnancieM nn.l nn
cre.lltod. to-day tells In his paper hlsfumou.it of city money somewhere, near
experiences with the DulK.irlnn nrmy .equal wns received for deposit,
nt the front. He s.iys he arrived nt, The AwNtant Uistrict Attorney expects
Mtlstapha Pashn on October 2S nnd re- to put J. V. Smith, formerly secretary to
malned there only three hours. Find- Hyde, on tho stnntl in an attempt to show
lnp the censorship was paralyzing Ills dint n sum of JlH.Son nominally lent by
movements ho decided to escapo and the CarnoRlo Trust Coninny to Smith
sniuwled himself aboard a train which was rcnlly depositeil by Smith in various
was tnlilm: cutis to Adrlnnople, where j Institutions in the tuur.o of Hytle Mr
he spent five days nnd "saw very . dark says ho has traced this money to
much ' Wacner relate- notlilm; of,ti, priviito account of Uydo. H will
conseqiieneo of what he saw. offer cheeks nnd bank books.
Meanwhile telecrams had been sent Another thinp which Mr Clark says ho
bv the liulcnrl.ms In all directions to ' will lirinu out is t ho s-tnry of the i-itun-lliul
nnd .most him. Ifu adventures tion in whieli Urn Carneio Trut Corn
thereafter, Imliidlnc bis pursuit as a Pjitiy round itself ,,1, AuBU-.t ... nin
Turkic -pv "on the denunciation .,f I b- wll pu, o ':-l"Xrrin,i
his .le.ilous colleiiRlie.-. nro purely of ( ,rfm,wnv, in n attempt to hritiK ,' "
person ! inierest
telerr.iph opera tow
.11. 1 ' . . . . . ,, ,,Art ,A-A.I , A. rt-. ( rl In), , . T. 1 1 1 '
111111 l"MI 'III ' ll l'l - ', '.' '. I. II' , I" 'I ,''. r".,i. w.-- - - .
nhlrh be obtained Pretnler GiifMShofV city liomls to A. II F-nc h .- o . who cao I
' . ' , . . 1 Urondwnv. in nn attempt to urine out n
lie hoodwinked lhehnry of how (llirtnc tho week lieforo
s at two places nnd AiiKilet '.'?. mi'), the Carnepio Trilt Com
ired despatches for pnnv sold $2(o.nt.J worth of New .ork
. .. ,i tho Truit Comnanv SIOii.oiki in ens h lhis
.ardon when he evemually reach! , ' ' ' mmu I v readjusted, tin-
prosecution win uiii'iiipi w enu. r,.
that tin- tru-t cimipany actually rec-ived
STAND TAKEN BY RUSSIA.
nl,"H (III-.CJHI for Ibl. Lonile.
rhi'M' bonds were patt "I trio capnai
firm In l,iilllnn mi Diirdnnelle , inve-tmont of tho tru-t ''ompany, no
nnil lllnil. M-n line, Hon.. cord ill p to the rrosocu. 10.11. ami 1 1 ,
a romrmiv wns lirenkiiiKbankiiiBa law Ui
Sr" '" ',':reA M Tijr 5n tlin-i li-ipo-i.ip of them.
LnvM.v. .N.n - A St. Peter'huipi -lr , '.ir!-will fin ther attempt to show
deiti '1 to the 7ln(; .Wirt anil l.ctulrr , j,a id,, trust company bv means of tlu
ays that after a conference between loan ol Ji:'.o.ootl, Mhirir.lo-.otih llobin has j
M. Saanoff. the Ituwl.111 Koielpn S.'C-J sworn w.is demanded nf him. whh 11I1I"
telaiy ,,V1 M. Ilotclietf. the new Htll- lo buy KCO.ikj) worth of . hViV.TlVm.., of I
Parian In.n.-r ,0 Uuss,.,. the fol.ow - , ',r inipainne , of.
Inc statement wa autlior'.x.eil: , i 1,Tr.oiod ihnt Ilvdo h ms" f ns
Turkish plenipotentiaries to-morrow. "Neither the d.spute between Pervla 1 Wf. illiam J Cummins nnd Joseph 1
There are iniiecd teports that tn two an, Austria nor the question of Ai- , lieichmntin will lie nsr.eii to testily in re
bodies met to-day. one
so far an to ray that nn
a week was arranged.
story coins panian Independence will divert Itus!a ' patil to thh matter ,
armistice for I from hr prlm.-ry Interests, which ', 'Hie jurors. '"J'J", f
Accordltip to'mclude ,be settlem.nt of the m.ostlon , ":d.n"'1", 1 2' 11
this, both sides agreed to keep their, nf tn n,.,lanelles and the Ulack Se.i 1,1,1 v) Jr.,,, ! ...rriilatinc fr. .dv about
respective positions without brinplns up
These reports cannot be confirmed.
BULGARS WANT U. S. AID.
Wnnt A mcr Iran Prr-in Inflnrnrp In
nmlrifc rnnfrrnirc of I'ovrrra.
At a nufMin:; of tht Pulcarlnn branch
1 1 . . . . .11 . 1 . . . t I - - i iU...ii-.klo
of the Ualk.1n-Amellc.1n Le.ipue held internal s.uiauon,
last nlpht In the Itulcarian Home at 5 1 uns.it.sfactory.
Morris street, resolutions were adopted! iTinr 1T ntm 477H
to secure the aMstance of a committee I DEM0NSTRA 1 1 OA A I DUtACtU.
of prominent Americans for the pur
ront uhlrb linn been raised bv Hill- .1... .in- .miii tin, il.iv (iinellv in and
rurla's extension of territory." nbout tin- Murray Hill Ho'el, wliere thy
The statement Is interpreted to mean nro in confinement .
that Itussla I. le.ylnc on n Kuropenn JJJ .hves h"? scanning en"!V!
onference after !o war to ettle other. , ' 1., ,1... nftor-
mattets. She H absolutely determined. I Il0(, , nftrr tlu'Vloiid-- had lifted, thoy all j
adds the correspondent, to avoid war mounted a --pecial Filth avenue !Ui and j
unles? In defence of her own frontiers I were tmndleil up Hiver-uiln Drive to i;et
This de'crmlnatlon is Insed on the , win mr.
pose of arousing American sentiment
favorable to Bulgaria In order to In
fluence the comlnx conference of Euro
pean Powers oer the present Balkan
situation The srfat purpose of this
Soeh li 5a til In Dp Plan of Aoi
I.o.vro.v. Nov. 23. A Constantinople
despatch to the Daily chronicle says
the Austrian sailors there were ordered
-dral. " h!i n w u pwc 1 at the 1i.-- ino.oon mll'tla e,i"ered in rue'-'v or.
sol of the Socla.l-tj by tb Protestair cmif-l bmd all o er 'n enintr- p t
,.', council ,i;jin." f wI-mi of th "f ,t1,f ertainlv not more ihin :-. nen
-s"ir. on condition that tb orator? ''f" "f An' "e -ihvei.,- to rf,-
nAPlilAiie nriA (Via n-ti. fei a i -s 1 V, .1.
nnl the audlenc- "re-peji tie dlsn.ty,', ... h,.. ' ,
of the holy puce" Although this con- frir r..M.h nnl--iin-,i,,,.,-.r n...'a t-,-..
dltlon was accepted the polire took 110 -,aru la.n, WouM never -each f-
ilskf. and hi j larye force of men front and few of them wotiH he of the
nr und th cathedral and the nIshbor- ".millest value when thev pot there This
'1- 'treef Th-ve precautions wero' mii'tta also has not one man m rerve
iinne-essdrv as everythlnp was very" " "P already pltlfullv nieacre
- 1 , 1, companies
0 ... . . Last winter Consfss devo'ert to th'
T..e: ra a great r'lhllc parade h-'Brmr more time thsn has ever been Elven
the opening of tho sessions and 1, a, j,,,, t-.son outside of war sessions
n 'he 15.0 10 who were m the pn.'- 5fany r.tllrers of most repertahle nhlllt.v
. -l'.n tried to enter the catliedr.il. were admitteo, to the military commit
r n'v one-half of this number suceeede '. , tes to p!c id for th p.iss.ir of ,1 taw that
1 wouiu cive n: 111a repunr reserve
I nlr.li.cr -.rln,. ' rr
'Th. fr:n.-:p..l'ubject of the congress 1 12 V---r.f-T! jlVi",0n, A'T"'!.
,t .. protect ai-.iln.u war and the atti- ,.rfmori-.tl. '-' (3) A p-catlon of' c.-.rrl-i'
i of lue jrtat Pnwi rt. There were -,, obollenre lo mltltarv neri -.'tles
li.ri 't ie tpeechei on this subject to-day, Insi'.Tt of t .ial political Induercr-i
-. ' v bv ,Iule .Inures and Ke.ri TI.e Pieldent, the Srcre'ati of War
. HiiiinK the ne.t two days the fid tin. Oner.il Staff all urce.l these
nm e will dl-.cn.--. ntnona otli.-r
-i tr -iiiestlon of a peuer.-il strike
:-i -o. e-eit of .1 I'tllopcin war.
Iterr Hel,"l b.is ben seriously 111 and
,- i (.j hi
ir'isures as wise. eeonomi'Til nnd et!t
. lent Not ,1 iliV.Ii- of itirte.irid 1 pendl
titre was dmi-ind"l
What did Concies do? frr mon'hs
of dl-ru!.jon 't pa--sed a ln-v -.0 iMlru-
t-ommlttee Is to urge the press of the tn recmbark on their ships on Sundav
I nlted State to f.iorahle epress:on. , Austrian crulse-r sailed away at
I' v as stated with the Introduction of once and the other Is to po on Mon
ti e resoiu' or.s that the American press 1 ,llv T!l ror-espondent says he, Is
for e-ir has b.en n conlderab'e fac- : ;)(,sUred that their departure Is due
t r 1 11 lU'kin diplomacy and Its opinion.-. to orders for a navil demonstration at
re generally ftisldered In the present , iiUra;.o on the Adriatic.
lav crisis I Austrian doctcrs and nurses at
S. V Tsanoff, v!ce-pres'dent of the or. I tno Turkish cap'tal have alro been re
canbat.on. who Introduced the repolii-1 called.
tl'W. s.ii.l that it 1 only tlttlnp that i The correspondent of the Dailu
the rnii.-d States should follow up thej Tclrpmph at l)urnzo says:
s-rv. e alreadv rendered to Bulgaria. "KMjnts nte man-hinp steadily tnwaM
He sold that It is due principally to a crisis The Mussulmans nro appeal
merlc ins that the masacres of lT 1 Jnc to the Austrian Consul to protect
were .posed to the r.ngllsh speaklns their families In the event of the Per
wcr'd nnd that ih-it part of Bulgaria ' Vi ,ins arriving. The alarm is due to re-
which has hi en nt war with Turkey w,w ports of refucees that the Servians are
liberated rrrni nirKisn ruie in liiv
He said that the names of Kupcne
Schuler, secretary of the American
Legation In Sofia at the time of the
massacres, ,1. MacGanan, a New York
newspaper correspondent . Dr. Jacob
F. Clark, Dr. George Vnhburn, presi
dent of Hohert Collepe, Constantinople,
and Prof. Long, Are written In Bul
garian history. He said further that
massacring Albanians and prisoners.'
"TENSION VERY GRAVE.'
bed o'.er Mnco his ar- .ou5;v r,oustha the President -.etnnl It
! f'liiillv. balked In Its desire to punish the
ut iry of War nnd the rienei.il St it
AIIEiJICAH VIDLINI5T II0K0KED.
f'.- ulllng the Hutli Instead of pa -. it g I I '. ilsarlans In and nbout New Yorl
Pari" "Malln" Tnkn Alnrmtat View
nf the I'nrnpran Sllnnllnn.
Srrclal Ctiblt Petpatch tn Tin Sis
Paris, Nov. 24.---Commontlng on the
International situation the Matin says:
"llH.sntte the efforts to take an ontl-
throuph the Immigration of Bulgarians ,ia(io view of the situation. It Is cor-
to this country the lesson of unification ' . tn;it tllc, tension of F.urope Is very
, . .. 1 ..nnla.l Il.n T , , H, ... .
mi-, ii'iiuvu nun in..inr.. n ,.iu ........... srnV, Austria is tne (larKcsi xacior.
Mate.s to the end that they success-j T,l0 nHdation 0f the Austrian nrmy
f illy opposed th Turk. ' )f) Koneral, although the Vlenncso news-
Mr. Tsnnoff said that It wns the sen- pa,,pr, ,o not print this, ns they aro
uiiient ot uie meeiim.-. represcminK nnder strict censorship In military mat-
t lie- came of pork barrel poll'les. it at-
it.rlied n rider to the anni aporopr'ailot
Itbert Spilillim Appears ns -.ulnlM 1-dl nhleh. Ignnilr.c the purrit evils, the
.w-isi-. of money and II, 1 i,m-.1 of organlsa-t-t!i
IJ.-ii'de.-.iii Oi-rlipslrti. t,nl Krnvey remodelled a few buteaus
cr'ej' ftf' rt 'pat' '. to Tar, Si- , of the Wnr Department and . nt down Ihe
Uonr.stLN, Nov. XI. Albert Spnldlnz. General Staff' This lenilt was the mm
the American lollulat. appeared as a ,'"!, f 'even months ''Is'ussle.n
..I, let with the orcbefl-a of St Ceci'll! Uhnl u" mlsht do "l,h th
lolrt with he orclier.a or St. t eCa , mllonf np (poni, y,nr on tno nrm
.it the npenlns concert of Hie se,is n ,nteetlnn the country could
o-da;. lie plaed a Mendelo-obn eon-; nht.iip bv having .1 soenilnallv organ-
rto and twi ti'imNTs by Bach and
re. eh -li a great atlon at the end .if
each from the audience anil the or.
nostra. The latter l.j one of the finest
Mr. Spalding Is the first Amerlcin
ever Invited by this orchestra to play
as a soloist.
BLOODY AHTI-WAR RIOT.
Ized force, trained for wnr and not a
plaything for peace, the. triumphs of little
States like Hulgarli. flree-e and Seivla
In the present war have once more plainlv
PEACE OF DEATH DISTURBED.
Skeleton of Mranlna Earthquake
Vlctlma Vnhril Intn Sea,
Sprrlal fablt litipateS tn Tni Scs.
MkkMna, Nov '.', A wnveof ahnormal
siyn to day llnodeei the ivmetery wliern
th" enrtheual,i' and cholera ictlms aro
hiirieel and enuwej preat havoo Many
tomlistotii'H wero ilestroyed and hundreels
Tonrlern I'utnlly Ifurl When Police
ritiht AVIIIi Socialists,
Uptelal (tiblt V'tpairk to Tiir Scs
Rr.Mj?.-. Nov. 21. A despatch from
nud.inest says there was serious rioting !of skeletons worn wnhed into the sea
there, on Sunday, which arose nut of a
r-oelallst anti-war demonstration. Street
panders fnimht with the police who
v.-ero trying to disperse them.
Many persons were wounded with
swords and by shots from revolvers.
Fourteen are reported to hav.e been fa
tally hurt. Many arrests were made.
WEEMS'S VICTIM STILL AT RENO.
JIr. Bnrr.l la Aaked to Accompany
Undy lo St. I.ouli.
Reno, Nev., Nov. E4. The body of
the' suicide and murderer, Weems, lies
lit on) undertaker's, that of his victim,
KiteJIa Wonderly Bagpot, ot another.
A telegram has been received from
thf woman's: father nnd brother. Charles
imd Eugene Wonderly of St. Louis, by
Mrs. Christine H, Barrett, estranged
wife of Kdward Barrett, Importer of
millinery and laces, Fifth nvenun ana
Thirty-first street. New York, tho com
panion of tne dead woman, and who
herself, narrowly escaped being n third
victim, asking her tn ncconpany the
body without fall, "his sho will do.
If the dehit and credit side of your
year's kindness account is balanced
you aro ono of a very few.
The best way to repay 11 favor Is to
posa kindness along to make some
ono elso thankful.
Onn hiiRKestlon is to help us prcividn
Thanksgiving dinners in son, homes
whero sickness or somo other misfor
tune has cuimeel dependency
For 12.50 you can make ono needy
family thankful on Thanksgiving Day,
HOW MANY FAMILIKS DO YOU
NEW I TO IIWiPTO IIALANCK VOUit
Contributions should bo sent to
Itoliert Shaw Mititurn, Treasurer,
itooin 211, 10.-1 Kast 22nil Street
nkw vonrt association ron IMPROV.
INO TUB CONDITION OF TH1! POOH,
ft. FULTON CUTT! NO, Preldent.
and 100,000 In the United States, that , ..UaU. fnr reasons of her own. Is
ho Ftalknn States should retain the nnxlolls tr prrvont a conflict between
idvantape which they have gained ,pr nl)Vi Austria and Servla, whereas
'irouph this war and that the Turks (ivrmnn; the third member of the
sbnll be driven practically out of K11-1 'rr,,le Alliance, would be glnd to see a
rope. This, he said, will settle the "N.-ar
Ha torn question" forever.
The committee appointed by the so
ciety to carry out the resolutions con
sists of D. Daskoloff. the president, S.
V. Tsanoff and J. Nurlan.
GERMANY READY TO ACT.
Supposed Cnmmnnlrntlnn From Aus
trian Ilelr Shmva Ilrrlln'a Vlrira.
Speelal Cabtt Petpatei tn Tna Sc
Vienna, Nov 24. Tho TffirAsposf prints
a matemeiit ascribeel to a special source
in Herlin, which will doubtless be inter
preted as meaning Archduke Francis
Ferdinand or somebody authorized by
him, declaring among other things that
general ns tho wish is of Germany to main
tain peace preparations for every evonU
uality have been mado and all surpriso
has been guarded against. Tho despatch
"The Archduke returns from Merlin
with the conviction that Austria Is su
ported by Germany's most loyal friend
ship and that ns the Dreibund Is firmer
than ever the three allies will march in a
serried line in Kastern affairs and prima
rily in the Adriatic and Rumanian ques
tions," Tho Archduke Immediately upon his
nrrlval conferred with the Kmpcror at
Schoenbrunn Castle for an hour,
Tho press, Including the semi-official
newspapers, continues to attack Russia
and treats the situation gravely,
rupture between the two countries.'
SERBS OCCUPY OCHRIDA.
King; Prler I.onilly Acplnlmed on
Itrtnru to Drlsrade.
Special Cabtt Veipatcn to Tni Scv.
Bfxgrahe. Nov. 24. Tho .Servians
hae occupied Ochrlda, north of Mona
.sttr, without opposition.
King Peter returned here to-day after
an absence of five weeks. He was
snluted by the artillery and welcomed
by the Ministers, ottlclals and the Rus
sian Rnvoy and by enthusiastic ac
clamations of crowds along the streets.
Tho city was decorated and Illuminated
in his honor.
VIENNA PARADERS ARRESTED.
Cried "l.niiK l.lve Mrrvlnt" Wacner
Telia What Mr "Snw."
Special Cable Dttpattn to Tan firs
Vienna, Nov. 24. Some hundreds of
1 sympathizers with the Balkan allies,
i chiefly Croatian and Serh students,
made a noisy demonstration In the
streets as tho people were leaving the
churches to-day, shouting "Long llvo
LATEST NAVAL "BATTLE."
Tnrklab Ganlmat Crew Goea Ashore
and I.ela Her Sink.
Special Cable Deepatch to Tna 8tf
Athens. Nov. 24. A Greek, torpedo
boat attacked a small Turkish gunboat
in tho harbor ot Alvllk, sixty miles
north of Smyrna. Tho captain of the
Turkish vessel on seeing the Oreek tor
pedo boat approaching ordered tho
valves of his vessel opened and then
disembarked his crew.
The Greeks boarded the Turkish war
shin while sho was sinking und tried In
vain to shut the vnlves. They returned
to their own vessel nnd torpedoed the
Turkish ship, sending her to the bottom.
Just What Is
A Work of Art
r A work of art is a
work of heart.
r It Is a combination of
heart, head and hand
in restra'nt of the commonplace.
T It is that point in
the production of any
thing when any fur
ther touches will serve
rather to imperil than
r In a painting, in a
rarebit, in a suit of
there ia an invisible
line of demarcation be
tween the superlative
and the superfluous.
Saks clothes arc on the
fence they have
reached that super
lative point in 6tyle
where we cannot im
prove them and where
It would be super
fluous to try.
r They mark the high
est point yet attained
in the art of making
clothes which is the
next beginning point
for us and the vanish
ing point for the rank
I Candidly, if you want
Clothes simply as a Cov
ering, as a Convenience,
as a-Convention, then
let us wish you goodby
and shake hands across
FETHI PASHA NOT SUICIDE.
Turkish Prisoners Say lie Wna
Killed hr Kellov. Officer.
Snerfol Cable nttpatefi to Tne Pes
m.MiiMiii, Nov. 24, Turkish prisoners
here deny the report that Fethl Pasha,
thn Turkish cavalry commander, com
mitted suicide ufter th battlo of Mon
astir. They say he wan phot by a fellow
officer. . .
The Servians found the noay aressea
ScrvU!" and cither crlea. Eventually In the uniform of a privata soldier.
J But If you want
clothes that shall also
serve as adornment, as
a part of your in
dividuality, as an ex
pression of your ego,
then lift the latch of
curiosity and come in.
Suits . ...17.50 to 50.00
Overcoats. 17,50 to 75.00
Broadway at 34th Street
Sale of Men's
were $75 and $85
reduced to $59.50
nothing wrong with these coats but
the- price and that's right now
I This is not a long story. These fur-lined overcoats
fully expected to be permanently employed long before
now, but the weather has played havoc with their plans
and we have now done the same with their prices.
1 Fact is, a readier market at a loss looks better to us
than a later market and an overcrowded stock, for new
consignments of these garments arc due almost daily
now. So we have reduced these coats to the most persua
sive point possible, consistent with fairness to ourselves.
I Shells are made of fine quality black cloth, and they,
are lined with natural muskrat, natural otter and Persian
lamb. Beautifully tailored, too. None of that bagginess
which so spoils the appearance of fur-lined garments.
These coats have been tailored by furriers who know
their business, and they show the effect of it in the way
they arc designed and finished. Ideal garments for win
ter wear admirable for those occasions when you ride
in the Other Fellow's car. sixth floor
at 34th St.-
value 2.00 ,
today at 1.15
a very worthy bedtime value
for wide-awake buyers
C As far back as last February we bespoke a consign
ment of 1 800 pairs of Domet Flannel pajamas for No
vember delivery, availing ourselves of the unusually
low price which obtained for Domet Flannel at that
lime. Today we cannot buy another yard of this fabric
at the old price, and in fact there is at present a dearth
of Domet Flannel in the market. It was this February--forcsightcdncss
which now nets you these special No
Ci Domet Flannel fairly exudes comfort. It is as warm
as firelight and as soft as a woman's hair. Made up
into pajamas by a maker who has never had occasion
to lose sleep over the quality of his workmanship. Ob
tainable in all sizes for small, medium and large sleepers'.
Finished with a military collar, dainty pearl buttons
and silk frogs. Big value. Main floor.
at 34th St.
By the Author of
"THE INNER SHRINE"
This new story by the Author of "The Inner
Shrine" has commanded the attention of the
entire English speaking wona ana nas drawn
e j 1 f A 1 1 TTI 1 1 .Li.
irom tne cnucs 01 America unu -Ciiigianu tne
most enthusiastic praise and the unanimous
1 i xl. A. 'i. J.1 H..A.l.AMSH i i.
veraiCL tnia it is uie auuiur & greatest,
book and one destined to live and be
come a part of our literature. This
notable success has been achieved
Not only because it is a great love
Not only because it is a great
drama of American life
But because it is in the
Great Religious Novel
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