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THE SUN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, '1912.
. fighting I Imminent until a flank of the
fines has been turned by operation In
mother theatre nf war thnt I am about
to return to Constantinople! which place,
In the opinion of experienced observers,
will lie the scene of tin arrangement at
nn early date.
"There are .!gn. that the autumn In
southern Thrace Is turning to winter,'
and this Is ll!ely to add yet another
uiiiictuty to tlie many with which tho
Invnder has had to contend,"
PEACE MEETINGS RUMORED.
SVutliliiK llrflnlle Known nf Tlirni In
Special Cable Despatch In The Brx
I.o.sikjn, Nov. 20, There Is nothltiK
. here this morning wl .ch confirms with
certainty that peace meetings between
the rtnlssiirlcM of the allies and Turkey
have begun. The correspondent of the
Times, telegraphing under yesterday's
date, dors not mention the meetings and
the Indications aro that nothing Is ac
curately known In Constantinople, al
though tun or three correspondents
then1 tepori that the meetings began
yesterday, probably bating their des
patches on the previous statement that
n meeting had been arranged to be held
in llaghlehctsli at 1 I'. M. on Monday.
There are only very scanty messages
from Constantinople In the London
morning pa pern and they deal with any
thing but negotiation!!.
Although In the chancellerlei the
diplomatist talk hopefully nf the event
ual settlement of the Haitian dllll
culty without a general war, there I
throughout I'urope a general feeling
of unrest that Is not quieted by
the refusal of the (Jovornmonts to glvo
any hint to their peoples as to what Is
in the wind.
Yesterday was a day of rumors, of the
telling of slnNtcr stories and the prompt
denial of the same.
There was n rumor on the Uerlln
noerse that war had been actually de
clared between Austila and Servla, and
prices tumbled until there came a scml-
.Servla lias rofufed to dctlne her nt
tltude until she Is done with the Turk.
She Is said to be fortlf.Ung Belgrade.
I in the heels of this report there came
n story that Austria was about to
present hp ultimatum to Servla and
would act Independently of the other
An alarmist story icgardlng the dis
appearance of the Austrian Consul at
l'rlsrend. Ilerr Prechaskr.. cornea from
the Vienna cor spondent of the Daily
Mail, lie says the dispute between
Austria and Servla has been very seri
ously aggravated by the rumors that
thn Consul has been do.ie away with.
According to this despatch Ilerr tMI,
the Austrian emissary despatched to
get Into communication with Ilerr Pro-
32 H. P. Touring and Roadatar $975.
Ft 1.1,1 t:utii't'i:i
Haklth Hnlin.AH Mot Ing rrtK.n locil
1700 HHOAIHVAY, Cor. 6llh HI., N. V.
NIlwAltK, N. J.i :l llaltcy si.
HaM Oranir. Mnntclalr. ltnMnn
gnrlan headquarters In Turkey, hut the
fact is sedulously concealed.
Cholera Is raging at Adrlanoplo nlso,
he says, and there are some cases nmong
the Servian forces, which nro now be
sieging the city.
The demoralization of the main Otto
man army, ho adds, haw not affected the
garrison of Adrlnnople. Tho Turks
there havo several times rewon ground,
especially on the right bank of the
Marltza River, where a Servian division
retired four miles, and on the left bank,
whern tho Servians suffered great
Tho besiegers, tho correspondent says,
penetrated to Karagasch on the night
of November 110. Severe street tight-
Ing ensued, hut the allies' forces were
obliged to withdraw. The correspond
ent estimates that 12,000 men of the
allies' forces have been killed and
wounded since the siege of Adrlanoplo
changes have been made In the Instruc
tions to tho American souadron now
en route to the ports of Asiatic Turkey. I
The Montana, which with the Tenncjseei
left fJibrultnr yesterday, will stop at tho
ports of .Merslne, I.atakla and Alex
andria Calls will he paid by the
commanding ollleer of the Montana on
the (inventor at these ports and he will
ascot lain what steps have been taken
by the local authorities nnd the war
ship of the neutral Kuropcan l'owers
tor urn pi-nKctlon of American citizens
at tho ports and In the Interior dis
tricts. After making these slopi the
.Montana will go I'ort Said to get
toal and thence go to lielrut nnd cruise
along the Syrian coa.l.
The Tennessee will stop at Malta for
coal and will then go to Smyrna. Am
basador Itockhlll has Informed the
State Department that there is no ne
cessity for either of the Cnlted States
cruisers to go to Constantinople.
TURKS STRONGLY FORTIFIED.
chaska. arrived at Cskub on Saturday 1 10 tmi)r nwn
C'natljr Cnrierlnklnit In 1'ore.- foal-
llnna, .11, II. llnnnhur.
Special Cable Detpatch to Tub Sl
Lo.snoN, Nov. 26. .Martin It. Oono
hue. the correspondent of the Daily
VhrnnMr, telegraphs from Uademkeul
under yesterday's date as follows:
"Peace and tranquillity now prevail
around Tchataldja. The Turks ate malt.
Ing the most of their respite to dig
cover. They are In possession nf tho
Uademkeul valley and have pushed
their advanced posts to tho hill on tie
western side of the valley near the ll
lage of TchataUtla.
"Many additional earthworks have
been constructed. The Turks ore In a
very strong position nnd full of hope.
It would certainly be a costly undertak
ing for tho allies to forcu the splendid
"A quantity of Bulgarian arms was
nbandoned during the tecent battle.
Many of tho Turks are now ntoudlv
wearing Bulgarian bayonetb In addition
SOCIALISTS OPPOSE WAR.
ilnpt Mnnirealn 1'rnlnc t hnllah
inent nl Unset Conrer.
Special Cable DetpUch to Tine rf
ttmx, Nov. 25, -A manifesto drawn
up by .lean .Inures, leader of the French
Socialists, was Issued to-day by the In
ternational Socialist Congress, calling
upon Socialists nil over the world to
resist any measures for war taken by
their (iovertmients. The declaration In
sists that a general war caused by tho
Hainan situation would lie a disgrace to
in Mij-.iuiio. i tie cause or mien a war.
ir war there Is to be, Is so out of pro
portion to the Immensity if the cat an
tropho that would follow, sav the So
clallsts, that In all the countries In
volved tho Socialists, must work to
gether to prevent such an event.
The Socialists believe that the gravest
danger to tho peace of nations Is the
nrtlllclally supported hostility between
(iermany and litmland, anil they call
upon Socialists In both countries to
Work for peace.
1 he time has pissed." says tile manl-
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Sneelat Cable Derpatch to Tim Sun.
1-oniion, Nov. In. A three days sale
of oooks and inanuscrlpt8 from the
libraries of several well known collec
tors was begun to-day at Sotheby's.
The sale Includes vnluable works on
natural history (Audubon's "lllrds of
America," four volumes, complete and
uncut), line works on Kgyptology, writ
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: TO KEEP MORGAN TREASURES
Metropolitan Director Says
Situation Is Serious,
hut Not Critical.
Ib'ganling a report that J I' Morgan
might remove his Kuropean art online
. ,, . ,
feslo. "when . w-orlclne ,.kn. f ' Hioru attse no space is no
Mn ,1 t I IIIKI'IIMIUI'lllUr UII'IIUU
world should shoot down one another for
the prolli of capitalists, the pride of
dynasties or the exigencies of secret
treaties, if the Covernments sniinre.'s
Museum of Arl, 1-Mward ltohiiHon. tho
Metropolitan director, said ve.-torduv tho
situation was serious, but not iitieal as
expecting to go to Prlsrend.
According to Ilerr Ml the Servian
authorities told him that as the rail
road communication with Prlsrend had
been Interrupted he could not go on.
Furthermore, the Servian official who
was to escort the Austrian said that
he was unable to go to l'rlsrend at once
ns he had pressing private affairs.
Whereupon Herr Edl said that whether
the railroad communication was stopped
or not he would go on to-day.
As there still comes no word from
Herr l'rochaska the belief that he Is
dead,, which was at first whispered. Is
now being loudly voiced In Vienna. The
Daily Mail correspondent said the re
port that the Consul was alive was a
piece of facetlousnesM on tho part of a
Servian telegraph olllclal.
The correspondent adds that the enig
matic behavior of Servla complicates
Tho correspondent says nothing ts
known regarding the negotiations for
an armistice beyond the fact that the
meeting place has been chostn.
100,000 FRESH BULGARIANS.
rtrirrilata nf Mill In lip son! tn
Special Cahle Despatch to Tnr. Scv
London. Nov. 20. -The correspondent
of theJaij.tctifat Sofia telegraph,- that
tho Bulgarian Government will ..end
100,000 moro troops to tho Tchataldja
lines. These troops comprise tho ro
bervists of toil.
Tho troops in the Rhodope Mountains
and at Salonica are Hiilgariatib who have
returned from abroad.
The correspondent of tho Standard
at Bolgrado states that 30,ooo additional
ALLIES CAN DOWN AUSTRIA.'
the possibility of evolution and force v,'t
the proletariat to desperate measures ! 'r- Robinson thought that Mr. Morgan
the responsibility for what happens will "ould not tuko any action until the Hoard
rest upon tho shoulders of the (iov- "f KoHmate had decided whether or not
ernnients." !tho museum is to have a soul hem -
A resolution was adopted bv the con- '""" If th" Hoard of Kstimaio de
gress to bold anti-war meetings In the ll!'','l "nfvorablv. said Mr Itohito-on.
capitals of Kuropo on December 1U. ' " ' V L.1"'.1 . S. "T
los tho MorR.m folli-f lions. Ilounder
i stood that tho Hoard of l-.Mimiite was
idispovd to grant tho appropriation and
, , , ' uiui 1 no iiianer at rrc-en wa mere v
-Iicll Is I'rof. 1'llllln'i. MntPllH-lll In no., of ,llnv
.Ne litrU. llnlsirrs. ' "orotigh "President McAnenv kiUI t.'iat
n.,, , . . ... th" city was not liiuiBing bacK in (ielavinr
Theie will be no peace In l.urope until the J7.r,o.ooo nfipropnation. I he tn..iie
tuitlce is done to the Halkun States, could not be voted, he said, until the cor
I'rof. Michael Idvorsky I'upln of Colum- I'orato stock budget was made up li
bla fnlxerslty told the clerical confer- J.,l,tinry 1. 101B, nnd ho had no doubt
-nee of the New York I-Vderatl.m of !1'"l,1'1,V',,n,,r,'.,l.ni W""1(i Kvt itrt u,'!ro
Chunhes este,,,.y at a meeting held 'fttfrl tha, Mr
In the assembly hall of the Metropoll- , Morgan himself should build the new wttir
tan Life liulldlng. He said that In the but It is unlawful for a private citien to
eenl of a war between, Austria and tho ' ''tnld on public property
Hainan States It was probable that Aus- :".r- -'"Tcan s iiiirari.ui. .Miss (ireen.-
l-'nrmer I'oiiinl Miln In Ootid.
ml-wbig fro'o hoin" n-n s tttrdiy nlshi
tt la would be defeated.
About loo mlnlsteis, prominent In the
city, were present to hear Prof. I'upln
talk mi the opportunities offered by the
revolution to th,. chutcl'es of Amerh a.
Prof. Pupin urged the ministers to pot ' "'orial to hi father.
said yesterday that Mr Morgan had been
worried for hiidc tune by the mforeoil
eonl'ne'iient in p.io.itng p'n,4 of his ol
Icetiont It was inie, hi. s,ud, that lu
was crnidering removing them to the
iiiiuuuig erected in Hartford us a me-
the fdtll.itlnn HnnireroiluK- ni,A thut If
King Peter pursues his course It is the "lanB Journeying irom Mona-
"in ij iiiu in mo siee 01 Auriauopie
and to help the Bulgarians and Servians
now at tho Tchataldja lines.
feeling in Vienna that an ultimatum
will be sent at once to Helgrade.
The withdrawal of the Austrian war
ship Admiral Spaun and of the Austrian
sailors that have been with tho foreign
contingent at Constantinople further
disturbs the situation. It was explained
that the warship was on its way to Join
the Austrian Meet, which had been lying
j TENSION IS NON-EXISTENT.
I Sneti 1 the lleelnmtlnn In M.
! pe ml fable tlft-Hitrh tn Thk Srv
j Si Pki kr-.hi no. Nov. .Ti The official
; assurance m regard to UiiatiaV pacilic
i intention an rein-wed hre to-day. It
j i declared tha' tenIon Iwtween Hussia
j and Aio.ina-Hunnary is non-existent
1 and whatever the newspaiiers say the
j fioveriunenis beli-ve now, as it was be-
; heved throughout, that the Austro-
! Servian liiftii'iilties can be solved when
I the Ilalkali war i over
; TO RUSH DARDANELLES?
Mieli Ili-llcM-il in llr ;rel. I'liiu With
lief rlii ii s'iiiiorl.
Spcf i 'a'le hupattli to Tan Scn
roNsrA.N-livoi"K. Nov '.'. It is re
ported here to-night that tho Hulgaiintm
havo withdrawn considerable of their
forces from the Tchataldja linos, sending
thorn to Adnanople and the Dardanelles.
Vigorous action by a (irook and llul
garian forco against tho Dardanelles is
expected unless tho armistico is promptly
There Is a divergence of opinion among
tho Ambassador of the Powers hero
regarding tho Porte's demand for tho
withdrawal of tho foreign naval con
tingents. Tho Austrian and Gorman
envoys agree with tho Porto's view thai
tho presonco of tho marines is notneeded,
but tho other momlwrs of tho diplomatic
corps consider their prosonco in Constan
tinople as still necesiary.
Thero was no fighting in the vioinity
of tho Tchataldja linos to-day.
OTTOMAN DELEGATE EN ROUTE
Oaman Miami l'aahn 1'A.aara Through
Dnchareal to Tchataldja.
Sptclal Cable Detpatch to Tnx Sex
nccilAitKST, Nov. S6. Osman Xlzaml
Pasha, rho Ottoman Ambassador at
Uerlln, who has been selected by Tur
key aa one of her negotiators for an
armistice, passed through hero yester
day en route to assume his part In the
lie was granted an audience by King
Charles while here.
CHOLERA SPREADING NORTH.
ItnfflnK Also Around Ailrlannplr,
Where Ilralrced Mill Stand.
Special Cabli Dtipateh to Tua Sc.v,
London, Nov. 26. A correspondent of
the Daily A'cu' and Leader, telegraph
from Hemlln, Hungary, states that tho
cholera Is spreading to tho north In the
dlrectlrn of Bulgaria. Ho says that
there aro Bevcral hundred cases of the
dlsraso at Mustapha Pasha, the Hul-
to ruin; a coi.n in onk oat
fllU.jrcfuiid miinty 11 II falls to. cure. U.
TURKS PLAYING FOR TIME.
together and create a strong public
I have doae not lung (rimiual in fet. h-
Mtillment In favor of the h.-hk..,, nir ' ' ,",!, ooiie. iion 19 tni countrj .
.. , , ., . iiroetie quoted ir. K orean n sav tic "
.lust..,. fr, the I.uropean State... "Herein1,. If thi- cit v d-s nol lappreciaie
combined w.;h a strong yentlment In us opjiortunity I shall send It to a city
their faor fimn a fnc piopb.' said that iloes "
I'rof. I'upln, "will help the llalkan States 'f- Morgan, according to Min (ireene
more than If the armies of the Cnlted 1 suspects that the Hoard of Kstimate
States were sent over to aid them. i . .'t "ot, .appreciate the risk of injury
If the treaty of Berlin, made In 1ST8.
hail been Jut there would have been no
war now. 'That was the greatest exhibi
tion of hypocrisy and dishonesty that
the wor. I bus ever seen. The Powers,
iriu:iiM-u wnai iney could not give and
what !):- knew they could not elve.
1 hoy promised that the Christians In
Pnrle llrllberatrl- Appoints
Uelenalrs From Itnuotr I'nlnla,
Special Cable Dttpntch tn The Srx.
Soiia, Nov. :'5. Th;re is considerable
irritation In the Bulgarian capital o , r
the fact that the Turks arc deliberately
delaying the armistice negotiations.
The seml-otllclal organ Mir says that
the Porto appoints new delegates dallv.
preferably from remote points. In order j tn ,.,,,y Turk.sh fi
.0 Kuiii loin; uiiiii iney nrrie. in
to the collection which tho delay entails
"RITUAL" MURDER CASE OVER.
Four Kleff lleleellvra AeqnlHril nf
I ImrKea Knlnat Tliem,
rni fable Detpatch tn Tnr Siv
St. PbtkkscI'KU, Nov 2.1 The Cnm
MR. STRIKER'S FUNERAL HALTED
Widow anil DnURhlrr Claah Oyer
I l.nal llrallnw Place,
1 The funeral of Elsworth L. Striker,
grandson of the Revolutionary General,
l1arrett Hopper Striker, was halted
1 yesterday owing to a dispute between
ills widow nnd his daughter over tho
place where the body should bo burled.
The body Is In tho Trinity receiving
vault pending the settlement of the dis
unite. . Mrs. Striker wanted her htishnnd'a
body placed beside thnt of his grand
father In Trinity Cemetery nnd Mrs.
'Albert Parrlngtnn, his daughter, wanted
the Interment In a plot beside the gravo
of her mother, Mr. Striker's !lrt wife.
1 Mrs. Striker said yesterday that her
husband went to the home of Mrs. l-'ar.
1 .rlnaton nt 50S West l?3d tdrsat on
" J November 4 because he felt that ho
PROBATION BRINGS THEM LUCK. w"s K"I,,B 10 ,Ut"' AK"t her advice,
she says her husband was removed to
One Man Makra BiOO Wrrk, Other ''onlhatn Hospital, whele he died last
lln Well. .In.lar llrnra. l'rhlay.
Judge Grain of Oenera. Sessions court ' wi.lud' lu-'lie ImHeif TFrLu ami
,mfeihelb,i:r0,,o,,,",Cr8 laRt, n,,Khl h- rtoes no w.sh Is l odv , , ,, -e
of the big court rooms of the Criminal .1 r I.,.. ,; . ..... . . '
. ,'OnllM. tlnlMInn- Tl,. I ' " e. V. 1 1 1 1 W IIOM'
ings or Kimllsn and i rencn auinors nnu, ..... ni-,,. pies-; f(U,iily be had Utile lo do In th,. last
other properties. jnt ami not one unaccounted for, the ,.r his life.
The highest price of the day was j absent sending valid excuses. , j,r. KtllUrr W!ls -, w,alH
$Too. given for .lohn Marbccke's "The. One man told the Judge that he hail1 .
Booke of Common l'raler Noted" 155U). " a,lci 'crfa business and had I
This Is excessively rare, no copy hav- clofrci J600 In live months; another ex- I
Ing been offered for sale since that In P'aineu tnai tne company from which, Wiiuxtso. W V 1 . N'ov.
the collection of the late 1-'. S. "n 8,0,0 lnonc' ni taken him back as Ambler, a young fanner. v. n-,-.,!, ,1,. i
Kills In ltoi Its Importance In con-1 ""okkoepor "ml that he wn, doing well, on a lonely road sK tMi-s .t of Oil . ,1 v
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. . ... -.v t Inh thnt until n to tino ,. .. i. mlslMe Irren holtl" kii-i
11 .1 In moor U w-p 11 Known. The all-'' " . i ne
thor was orga
the llrst ilngllsh concordance to tho
W. Combe's "l-'ncllsh Danco of
Death." from the designs of Thomas
Row landson, with metrical Illustrations
by the nuthor of "Doctor Syntax," two
volumes, first edition, In the original
twenty-four parts, numerous finely col
ored plates (a tine and perfect copy),
went for J500.
V. Combe's "The Watery of Johnny
tOu. 10 (lOtius. the Little Foundling of
the l.nte Doctor Syntax," first edition, In
the original eight parts, colored plates
by T. Itowlamlson, sold for $2ti0.
Baron l.ahontan's "New Voyage to
North America," two volumes, tnapj
and plates 1 17031, brought J39.
Shakespeare's works, with an ac
count of the life and writings of the
author by N. Rowe, six volumes (1709),
sold for $(35. The volumes are of large
and thick paper copy, very rare, with
all the frontispieces nnd plates. The
Stratford Bust was first engraved for
Sir Wllllutn Keith's "History of the
British Plantation In America." part
1. containing the "History of Virginia,"
two lino maps, tine copy (173S), sold
Chronicles (The Cronycle of Hng
lonile with the dedes of Popes and Km.
perours .ind nl.o the description nt
Knrlande) (Wynkyn de Worde) 1523.
went for J!"i.
I In us Holbein's Imitations of origi
nal drawing In the collection of his
Majesty for the portrait nf Illustrious
Pitmiu" of the court of Henry VIII.,
with biographical tracts published by
.1. Chamberlalne. pirtralts on pink
piiper. with ihorr- of Holbein and his
wife (17021. brought MS2.
.igh- -f a fee f urklsh c-tlwn. It was ' t '1. . . hrr' "-1-lai.tH all of
There is no worse
bargain than CHEAP
card and filing equip
The man who continues to
pay the old EXCESSIVE
prices is the man who does not
Telephone, Franklin 2261.
The highest type of Filing Equipment without
the Fancy Prices
VCn ":'!-! m-nl'r theory" in
reforms tn Tori.-,..- 1,1 " murner of the
hr,,,,,,,- , ' , ........ ' I ''hrlstlan
. ('uutui.u 111 1 r 1 1 1 il... ....... . .
teach the Turks another Icson.
PROF. WHEELER'S OPINION.
Yuschlnsky, who was
k. v by the sword. "ornn.y mimiateil in a cave at
The llalkan l-Vderatlon wis formn.il . " .' " '" l murncr was ascrli.e.t
in inn uu'i
uitalism and has Th,, ...;.' . .
. ... n... o IU.-I.- ,t II I,'.. til- III).
than a sear auo
hostility to the .l.-ws and a
I arr-iiiii.ilKl-.iil ,l.'u l, ...r..H.. . i I
paper asserts that the allies will have to i,lkt ...... V. . lJlck Handteii iUnro
rights of the citizens of the
li.ilknn States to them."
rror. 1 "upin then spoke of the Infill-
So) a llnlUan War Won't t'hnnur
Nkw HAVK.v.Conn., Nov. -In nn In
terview to-day I'rof. Arthur M. Wheeler
of Vale, lecturer on history and his
torical uue.itlons at the university, gave
It as his opinion thnt the political sit
uation in Kurope would not be changed I of the Dt-eiiiration of Independence and
o) hip naman war. tint the armies ate Imbued with tin
tie uopioreu tne existence or the prin
ciple of exterritoriality as regards the
relation of American, for Instance, with
Turk, and said that he hoped the tlma
would come when religion would have
nothing to do with the political rights
of a man or a nation.
A consular court, composed of po
litical hacks who received their Jobs In
Jewish massacre was feared. A long
investigation followed and nt one time
erne of American 1,1,-nn .. ..... .,,;., lm H "lauves were on ttlal In con.
st.it, . n,.,i ,i..,.i,-.i .1 ,.'..' : nectlon with the murder.
tit.i, n,,. jldlKi.U
States won'd nut have been victorious
had It not been for what Servians,
Ur.-eks. HuUar.ati" and .Montenegrins
had learned In the I'nlted States, in
said that the statesmen who formed tho
alliance between the four States nnd
who directed the struggle were students
SEE PLOT AGAINST MEN0CAL.
11 tin 11 I niivnnlltn I'enr for t.lfr
of I'rral.lf nt-rlrct.
Sprn.il 1 able Despatch lo Tnr. Scn.
IU.xa, Nov. 25. The Cuban House
of Representatives this afternoon had its
first quorum since an attempt to open
the session wns made on November 3.
Speaker 1-Vrrara's bill to create a de
partment of war and marine was re
ferred to a committee.
I The Liberal National Assembly's com
mittee to-day presented to President
liomez the Assembly's demand for the
dismissal . f nen. Montcagudo. the com
mandir of the Cuban armed forces who
took a prominent part In the recent elec
t.on. President C.omez In replying to
the demand stated that he would order
an Investigation, whereupon Speaker
I". rrara. .1 member of the committee,
sn'd that he had ample evidence to prove
all the arcusatlons made against Gen.
The Coneratlvcs are convinced that
there Is a plot being hatched to nssas-
t-ln.V.e President-elect C!on. Menocal.
NEW C0REAN TRIAL TO-DAY
rrepiirnt lona Completed for
Openlnu To-(lu- nl eiiiil,
SKot t., Corea. Nov. -Preparations
are ccmpleted for the new trial of the
Id! Coreans who were convicted on
SUING AUSTRIAN EMPEROR.
Helm or llnron Grnntril VII Duanlan
VlllnKea Wiinl Tlirni,
Sprrial Cable Dettxitclt to Tnr. Scf.
Himi'E.-T, Nov. 25.--limperor Tran-
cls Joseph Is being sued by the heirs 1
of liaron lternyakovlcs for the rever-1
same spirit that tilled the soldiers cf' ',,p,n!";r "s 'lP'nK against th-Ulon of iw.-niy-one Milages In the prov
Wushlngton. ' I 10 "r "lint T c'rnnchl. the Japanese 1 lm.es of llosnla and Herzegovina which 1
Jena In Turkey.
llm Anuiiean Jewish Cnmtnittee, a.'.B
Second avenue, throiiktli Loui" Marshall
Its president, has issued an nppeal to the
.lew 9 ill America to eome to the re-cue of
llii'ir 1 orehinoiusln in J.uropean Tin key
payment for political services, such as la k of inl,-.,uale clothing and sl.Tnesa
Iiresiues over criminal cases in itirKey, , '," neiween tne ii.-iikiin
ror example, Prof. Wheeler did not
think the Ideal machine for demanding
ALL AMERICANS ARE SAFE.
..4 W lllauiK street, 1k treasurer of the fund
viucti H iielni! ollected and arratufements
. 10 me
have bcei. miii.Im lo illwluirk,.
adanluge nil money collected
I'. . Crulaora' Pinna ( liniiuril l-'o.
IooIiik IliirkhllPa lleiioi'ln.
Washington, Nov. 25. All Americans
In Asiatic Turkey ore safe, according to
despatches received at the Ktnte De-
partment to-day, based on reports from j hero yesterday at the entrance of the
uii .on ..uii.un .a 1. ic luiuiMu provinces j nai-Dor unil several of her urmor plates
In Asia. 1 W(.-e stove in. Kho was towed off and
ujiuu uir 1 . v omiiiemia no n ot Atu- lieacheil
basaador ,Ilocklllll at Constantinople
SPANISH BATTLESHIP ASHORE.
Iliiiiingril IliilerliiK Port Million on
Inland of Minorca.
Special fable Detpatch lo Tnr. Sun
Pout .Mai i on, Minorca, Nov. 25. The
Spanish battleship I'elayo went ashore
Covernt.r-deneral of Corea. The trial 1 Umperor Leopold 1. b a deed In 1604
begins to-morrow and Judge Suzuki
Chief Justice of the Appeal Court, will
preside. Two other Judges will sit with
Ilaron Yun Chi Ho, n former Cabinet
Mlnlfter, and four others of the more
prominent prisoners received ten year
sentences on the first trial, while the
rest were sentenced from five years to
Divers uro repairing the damage.
I ALFRED BENJAMIN &CrfsTalW-madeCioig
The shawl-collar overgarment, now so popular and
which was introduced by us two years ago, is at its
best as shown here now models that are perfect.
Shawl-collar Overcoats, two distinctive iiioiIcIh, $20 lo 55.
Shawl-collar Ulsters, drfish yd cold-defying, $20 to $55.
SAILS WITH BURNING CARGO.
llnU Million In Cotton A Hrr nn
Sleanirr nt Mnnt'lit-ater,
"Special Cahle Detpatch to The Sex
Manciikhtkii, England, Nov. 25. A
half million dollars worth of cotton is
nfiro on tho Dritish steamer Miguel do
Iirrinaga, which is off tho Salford docks.
Tho steamer camu from Oalveston via
Tho fire was discovered at sea and sev
eral sailors were overcomo during tho
fruitless attempts to quench tho blazo.
Tho vessel arrived horo with her hatches
granted to the Ilaron s ancestors In
the event of Uosnla reverting to Aus
tria. The heirs assert that the annexa
tlon of Uosnla In 1308, which caused a
previous crisis In the Balkans, fur
nlshed the ground for their action,
since the promise was not fulfilled.
Tho defence In the suit Is that the
grant was Illegal,
Tho case promises to be Interesting.
PARIS SEES "LES FLAMBEAUX."
NEW CUNARDER BOTTLED UP.
riiaiinrl nf Clde Will llnte to lip
Wlilrned tn l.rl llrr (Int.
Special Cable Detpatch tn Tnr. Srv
I.onik).v, Nov. 25, Tho channel of the
Clyde will havo to bn widened nnd
deepened before the now Cuuard liner,
the mammoth Auultanln, can reach the
sea, The application to dredge the chan
nel was made to-day.
Tho launching of the now steamship
Is expected In tho spring.
Henry llntiillle'a Piece Inaplrril by
Mine, t'orle'a l.ovr AITalra,
Special Cable Detpatch to Tua Si-x
l'Aitis, Nov. 25. Henry natalllo'a "Lea
Flambeaux " was produced at the Porte
St. Martin Theatre to-night and was
well received although the audience was
somewhat wearied owing to tho fact
thnt it lasted four and a tiuarter hours.
Although not directly founded upon
Mine. Curio's rocent troubles, the play
was certainly inspired by them and it
shows thnt even the highest scientists
act as do much of the reBt of tho people
of the world under the influence of love
M. Lebargy made his first appearance
in the play since leaving the Comfdie
BIG POLICE RAID IN PARIS.
Ilrolhcr of Premier Cannlrjaa'a
Aaanaaln ChukIiI In the rt.
Special Cable Denpatch to Tat Si-x.
PAitis, Nov. 25. The police, anxious
to clear the Houlevnrd Pasteur of hoc
turnal gunmen nnd othor undeslrubles,
mobilized 300 men and thirty nolle.
wagons to-night und made a raid.
Thirty ruilluns. armed to tho teeth, were
captured. Likewise fifty nondcscrlDta
A Test of
Thirty-two special trains, carrying MORE THAN
50,000 PERSONS to and from the Yale-Harvard foot
ball game at New Haven were moved by the New
York, New Haven and. Hartford Railroad IN ADDI
TION to its NORMAL, DENSE TRAFFIC.
And these special trains were handled PRACTI
CALLY ON TIME and WITHOUT MISHAP.
For transportation efficiency, this is a RECO&D
It was a test A SUPREME TEST of the New
Haven's traffic facilities. And the results tell HOW
WELL the railroad RESPONDED.
Just consider what a TASK it was.
The New Haven's NORMAL BUSINESS constantly
places INTENSE PRESSURE on its facilities. Now,
on top of an ordinary day's business think of moving
the ENTIRE POPULATION of a city like BROCKTOn!
HOLYOKE, HAVERHILL or NEW BRITAIN. And
JlJKS.li?em SAFELY and ACCORDING TO
Doesn't this exemplify TRANSPORTATION
EFFICIENCY ? "un
Doesn't it demonstrate THE NEW HAVEN '9
POWER EFFECTIVELY TO PERFORM THE TRANS
PORTATION SERVICE OF NEW ENGLAND?
The New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Co.
l-'reneli llnllnon'a l-'llulil l.imwat,
Sptciat CabU Detpatch to Tin Siv,
Stuttuaut, Nov. 25. The French bal
loon Pleard e. which was awar.leil tin.
i.x-i iiu.iiniui I'uoiMiu lin e W l en Star 0(1 , Amiinii llm l,n...- .1.. . .. m 1
from here on October 1-7. also wins the a Zy ha caught ManJe ParS
p'lcard. Prw f.r. U;(; '0nf "Hte Tn "' " " "nssa sT of ' PrS
Plcardle was In the air for forty-sk , Canalejas of Spain. Manuel, however
hours and ten minute and travelled a . nrm-n.i n,n. i, i " r'
distance or approximately U.Q tail. m w'rti
.MENS A BOYS' CXOTHING.HATS A FURNISHINGS
Chinchillas and rough surfaced
fabrics arc having the call for
Men s Winter Overcoats We
anticipated the trend and pro
Chinchillas in various degrees of roughness
in black, navy blue, light blue, oxford, brown,
olive and fancy mixtures; 1
Fuzzy Shetland, Irish Frieze, Elysians and
Winter Overcoats $18 to $75
Motoring clothes for owner and chauffeur.
Astor Place &l Fourth Avenue'
UBWAV AT THE DOOR-ONE BLOCK lROM BROADWAY'