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Servian novelist reus
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Peasants-Undergo Horrible Tortures, According
To D. J. Ilitich Priests Mutilated and Worn-
" en Mistreated
i London. Nor.-" 4. Many Instances of
cruel torture and atrocities on the Serbo
TarkUh, frontier since th war began ara
Siren by the Servian novelist, Dracutln
J. Illtlch. In a letter to the London Bud
get, receired to-day.. He says:
"In the village of Eubrovatsa, Turkish
territory, the Turks entered the house of
a priest named Philip Kuamanovltch.
and, seizins him roughly, dragged him
Into the road, and cut off his nose, ears.
and lips. Thus mutilated, they paraded
the priest through the streets of the vil
lage to show him to the peasantry. When
Anally the unhappy man fell to the road
In his agony, the Turks gave him a fln
lining stroke by putting a' bullet-through
"From Dubrovatxa. the Turks nroeeed-
ed to the next village, where they seised
another priest, by name Peter Bacallne.
Him they treated In similarly inhuman
fashion, at last putting an end to his suf
ferings by shooting him with a revolver.
Cat Off Man's Head.
-Jn the village of Gradlna, Turkish sol
diers caught an unfortunate peasant
named Voln Tanlsh and cut him up Into
small pieces. In the town ot Qorne Pl
litza, the Turks captured a man named
Mllllsavlevltch. He was summarily dis
patched. The Turks cut oft his head and
mounted It upon a long pole. The sole
offense of the man was that he had hid
den his ten-) ear-old granddaughter from
tlie barbarian invaders.
'Altogether in the village of Qrsdlna.
the Turks killed six people and muti
lated the corpses. Then purely for their
own amusement, they bound Alexis
Koanovltch. an Inoffensive laborer, to
a stake sunk In the main street, made
NEW TORE STORY
Spanish Minister Says Court Physi
cian Is Hot Here to Study
Spraal to The Washington Herald.
New Tork, Nov. . The method of
teaching Miss Helen Keller, who In her
second year Has rendered deaf, dunfb,
and blind by Illness, to speak and under
stand what Is said to her has made such
an impression on the Queen of Spain,
whoso second son. Don Jalma, was born
unable to speak or hear, that she has
sent a special court physician here, it
was learned to-day, to gather data on
this matter and undertake he same sort
of upbringing with the little prince.
Dr. Vkente Lorento ! the court phvsl
clan who It sent here. He has completed
his collection of siKh facts concerning
the Helen Keller method as he was seek
ing, and will sail Thursday to report to
the Queen He lias left instructions with
the Spanish Minister In Washington to
interiew Miss Keller herself, and thus
add to what has alrtadv been learned for
the purpose of alleviating Don Jaime's
That Dr. I.orente's mission in this
country to stud the Helen Keller
method was denied last night by the
bpinlsh Minister who also said he had
received no advices in the matter.
"Dr. Lorente is an eminent phjsiclan
who Is often called into the Roval Fam
il." he said, 'but he came to the
United States as a delegate to the Con
Rebecca Contest Answers
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Essay most net exceed 200
Subject, "Farm Life.'
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ater, Monday, Jfor. 11, to aee
Rebecca of Saaaybrook Faraa."
Contest closes Friday at
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Essay Editor, The Washlagloa
Hurry up those Rebecca answers Two
hundred prizes and VS in gold.
The are coming In by the hundreds
answers for the "Rebecca of Sunns -brook
Farm" Contest. The bojs and
girls of Washington are allv e to the
monster theater party which The Herald
will give l the Columbia Theater next
Monday evening. The prizes are to be
5 In gold and 200 seats for Monday
evening's performance of "Rebecca, and.
as a result, boys and girls are writing
and writing and writing upon the sub
ject. 'Each Is anxious to win a place
upon The Herald s honor roll ana be a
guest or Its theater party, to wit
ness "Rebecca or sunnyDrooK 'arm.
Just think. 200 boys and girls will oc
cupy orchestra seats at the Columbia
Theater on the above date as guests
of "The HcraM. and each will be urged
to enjoy himself or herself to the ex
treme. Those who have not entered
the contest are urged to get busy. The
Herald desires to give the committee of
Judges time to carefully review each
answer and so all are requested to for
ward their efforts without delay. Teach
ers and parents are urged to assist the
pupils In rushing their answers to The
Herald office. They are ' requested to
give advice upon the subject and start
them to work. Every school should be
well represented at the party, and
teachers should see to It that their
Lharges enter the -struggle for prizes.
It takes but little time.
- Kale Douglas Wlggin. the brilliant
author ot "Rebecca of Sunnybrook
Farm,". "Mother Carys Chickens," and
other books which. have sold into the
hundreds of thousands, la strongly ad-
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By Barbarians. -
'a circle on tOa foresaid andflred at it
for rtJU practice, as a target. Needless
to say they riddled has with bullsts.
Turning from this scene of. amusement,
the Turks cat oC the ears and noses
of three Bsulan countrymen fame
Bosbkovltch. Savlteh, and Stephano
Yltch. and after leading them around the
little square m' the town for a half
hour decapitated them. '
"When they came upon Christian
women, whose personal appearance
pleased them they carried them off for
their harems, and if the parents or
husbands complained to the authorities
these officials turned a deaf ear and the
soldiers then took tbelr revenge by as
sassinating., the Christian complainants
by burning their homes, together with
their contents. Little children, too, are
often prey to these ferocious beasts,
who degrade their human shape. Here
Is one instance which occurred between
the towns of Ipek and Monastlr. A
oung woman whose name is Popevltch.
went to Monastlr to see her parents. A
passing Turk perceiving her. called four
of his friends and pursued her. Seeing
the Turks coming closer and closer, the
vouns! woman's comnanlons fled, leavlna
Iter alone with a defenseless old uncle.
The Turks quickly tied the old man to a
tree and then turned to hla niece, who
was about to become a mother. The old
man pleaded with the barbarians to kill
him so that he might not see. But thy
were Indifferent alike to his tears and
his prayers. They told him that one
Christian child more was not wanted in
the world and eventually they slashed
the mother with their daggers and she
gress of H)giene and Demography. He
Is a specialist In the diseases of chil
dren and is now In New York study
ing the advanced methods of this coun
try. He has practically completed hla
studies and will sail for Europe Novem
Two Sets of
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Tyler, of Dennlson.
Tex., hate named their son. born Octo
ber . after the next President of the
The Tylers know they have not made
a mistake In giving their son this distin
guished name, because triplet bojs were
been named, respectively, William How
ard Taft. Theodore Roosevelt, and
The White "House yesterday sent"a
message to the fa mill, congratulating
William Howard Taft Tjler on being the
first baby to be named after the next
Trenton. N. J , Nov. 4 Gov. Wilson
this afternoon received a letter from
Tuscaloosa. .Ala., Informing him of the
fact that Mrs. B. . Elmore, of that
place, had given birth to triplets, two
girls and a boy. Mrs. Elmore is the wife
of a railroad car Inspector; who Is an
enthusiastic admirer of the Democratic
candidate for President. The girl
babies have been named for Mrs. Wil
son and Miss Margaret Wilson,
while the boy will be called Woodrow
Wilson Elmore. Miss Margaret Wilson
is the Governor's eldest daughter.
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In Rebecca of Bunnvbrook farm "
v ocatlng a course In motherhood and
woman making for girls, to be introduced
into the school svstem of America. Mrs.
Wlggin sajs: "We teach our boys
carpentry, manual training, and the like,
and we have cooking and sewing lessons.
The motherhood training school Is only a
step bevond the 'vocational trades
schools, which we already have for
boys. Even though a. girl never marries.
the knowledge. Insight, and skill thus
gained can ne?er be wasted. The highest
use to which she could apply her train
ed powers would Undoubtedly be in the
making of her own home, but. failing,
she would be valuable anywhere. There
are other women's children. There are
nieces and nephews. There Is no corner
In the world where a woman who lores
boys and girls, who knows them, who
understands how to win. direct them. In
fluence them for good no corner where
such a woman Is not eagerly awaited,
appreciated and beloved.
The oldest girl In a large family
nas plenty of care and -participation In
responsibility, but she doesn't enter into
her duties with the same Intelligence
and enthusiasm as it shs were conscious
of the gravity of her tasks and had
been trained to meet their'1 demands. I
am tremendously Interested and tre
mendously In earnest over Ihls mother
hood school Idea. I want, to encourage
all that Is best In our girls to-day. I
want the school to bring' but the
aesthetic as well as the practical aide
ot borne making I like womanhood to
be rich in the higher Imaginative qual
ities and. the higher faculties of the
girl to develop, so she may .train her
children In all that Is most beautiful and
best. And I very much want to teach
girls the duty ot common tasks aad the
ardor ot mastery." .
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Squadi of Blaeeeats Will Be De
tailed in Front of Bewspaper
Offices and Otker Points.
Anticipating ths gathering ot the big
gest ejection night crowds in the history
or the Capital. ItaJ. Sylvester has com
pleted plans for coping strantlcally with
a situation almost as difficult to handle
an InauaunJ demonstration. If hla
Plans materialise, to-night win pass Into
the history of Washington with ths law
and order characteristic of a 8abbath.
une hundred Dollceraen. picked men
from the outlying precincts, will be scat
tered throughout the downtown business
section, where throngs will gather to
hear the returns. These policemen will
worn m conjunction with the regular
details from the downtown precincts, so
tnat approximately ISO uniformed men'
will be on duty In the conceated section.
In addition to the wlelders of ths
baton. Inspector Boardman, chief of de
tectives, will detail twenty-five plain
clothes men from the Central Office.
These deUy lives will be aided by twelve
plain-clothes men from the precincts.
MaJ Sylvester will personally direct the
police work, aided by three inspectors,
three captain, four lieutenants, and
'Watch for Pickpockets.
Squads of police will be detailed in
front ot newspaper offices, at the head
quarters of the campaign committees,
and at othr points where large crowds
will assemble. The other uniformed men
will be scattered along the downtown
thoroughfares, tnd detectives wl. mingle
with the throngs. The plain-t lothes men
win watch for pickpockets and "mash
ers" While the police will not strive to stem
the tides of enthusiasm thst will flood
and ebb as the returns from the front
filter over the telegraph wires, any dem
onstatlon bordering on disorderly conduct
will be nipped In the bud. College rah
rah boys who Insist on feigning Intoxica
tion and annoying the population gener
ally will be instructed In the ethics of
police conduct. Special attention will be
given 'mashers." and each offender ar
rested on this charge will be asked to de
posit CO collateral before being permitted
to leave the police station.
Mat of the "Don't.."
Among the "don'ts" formulated by the
police are the following:
Don't try to ogle or flirt with girls.
Some brothers may be In the crowd and
you ma) get your head broken.
Don t try to transform Washington into
"dry" territory by consuming all the visi
ble suppl of election night mixtures.
Don't push "ticklers" Into the face of
girls. Tu might put out an eve or two
or get arrested on a serious charge.
Don't push when ou get In a crowd.
There mav br some old persons In the
Jam not strong- enough to push back.
Don't forget that sou are not playing
football, ir tile other fellow gets rough,
tell him politely where to get off.
Don't tr to buy drinks after midnight,
unless von arc a bnna-flde and registered
guest at a hoU with a liquor license.
Don't "talk back" to the police. They
haven t time to I'sten to vour argu
ment. Put It in writing and send it
Don't shout In somebod's ear. If
lou've got to holler go to the nearest
car track and yell down the slot.
Don't try t pull a campaign button
out of th.? lapel of the other fellow's
ioat. He m-iv come from Virginia and
be known by the name of Allen.
Don't argue politics Willi a stranger.
Tli.- campaign U over and vou had bet
ter save jour bieath for the next politi
Don t do anything vou would not care
to have jour mother see you do and
vou'U probably get b all right.
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calved there says ths Bulgarians wars
attempting to storm ths fortblcatloBS at
Tchstaua and were driving the Tares
Into ConstsaHnopU; One rumor la
VHnma. said the fortifications had al
ready. begun to fall aad that rioting bad
already' broken out in Ctonstantlooat.
Tbts report further stated that ths gar
rison within ths Turkish capita), already
weakened by the drafting of nlaatatn
tvestleths of Its forces for service at
the front, was In imminent danger of
being overcome by the mob.
In London there is a strong current, of
feeling In favor of advising the Sultan
to address himself directly to ths Bal
kan allies for peace terms, as the allies
have for some tlm Insisted he must do.
before they will officially notice his ad
mission of defeat.
Fear Raastan Bear.
So far as can be seen In London, there
sre only two ways of restoring peace In
the Balkans; namely, to persuade Turkey
to open negotiations In the form de
manded by the allies or to acres on
Joint action by the powers and then
overcome, by force if necessary, objec
tion of the allies to outside Interfer
ence. From the latter method, Euro
pean chancelleries shrink. Russia, it was
agreed by those who have taken part
In the discussion, would take the side
of the allies. And this might. It was
feared, mean that the powers would
hsve to discipline the allies and Russia,
too. This Is one complication European
statesmen are seeking to avoid, while
all express desperate anxiety on the
final outcome of the momentous struggle.
France has refused absolutely the
Turkish government's appeal to take the
Initiative In bringing about intervention.
the reply of the French government be
ing that to take the step suggested
would be contrary to International law
and would make France appear astak-
Ing sides against the Balkan states.
The latest proposal to the powers
made by the French premier, Ravmond
Polncalre. is as follows:
"First Recognition by the powers of
politics! and administrative changes In
the territory occupied by the troops of
'Second Retention of the Sultan's
sovereignity at Constantinople and the
region around the capital.
"Third The summoning of an Euro
pean conference In which the Balkan
nations shall participate."
HHITABY FUNERAL BITES.
Last Service for Gen. R. M. O'Reilly
Funeral services for MaJ Gen. Robert
Maitland O Rellly. who died Sunday at
his home. IKS Q Street Northwest, of
Blight's disease, after a week's Illness,
will be held in St. Patrick's Church at 10
o'clock this morning Mgr. William T.
Russell will celebrate requiem mass.
A large military esort will accompany
thh body to Its final resting place in
Arlington, where military honors will be
paid to the man who devoted a life
time of services to the army.
The honorary pallbearers will lie As
sistant Secretary of War Robert Shaw
Oliver. Surg Gen George H Tomev.
Gen. James A. Buchanan, retired: Brig.
Gen. James Allen. Chief of the Signal
Corps: Col Jefferson R Kean. Col. Wal
ter D McCaw and MaJ Francis A Win
ter, of the Medical Department. V. S A
and Gen. G. W. Davis, retired.
The commutes to represent the Com
raandery nf the District of Columbia of
the Military Order of the Loal Legion
at the funeral Is composed ef the fol
lowing old comrades of Gen. O Reillv
MaJ Gen. George B. Davis. U. S A
chairman; Brig Gen. Theodore Schwan.
I'. S A.; Brig. Gen. Michael V. Sheri
dan. I" S. A . and Lieut. Col. William II.
Kell. I'. S A.
May Had strike.
Jacksonville. Fla . Nov. 4 Concessions
were made by the Street Railway Com-r-anv
here to-day which may end the
strike of the Rapid Transit employes.
The company offf-red to reinstate dis
charged men. advance wages and recog
nize the local union, but refused to re-og-nlze
the national union The strikers
committee took the terms under advise
ment, while the citizens committee
served notice that If they were not ac
cepted they would make no further ef
forts to end the strike.
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Many Physically Unfit
Three Out of 73 Applicants for
Marine Corps Accepted.
Out of 75 applicants for enlistment in the Marine Corps
during Februarv. at the local recruiting stations, but three
were accepted MORE THAN SO PER CENT OF THE AP
PLICANTS WERE REJECTED BECAUSE THET HAD
FLAT FEET. Others were turned down because of color
blindness, deafness, or
"There are but few
cities or this country,
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The new recruiting order, which went Into effect on the
1st of January, has brought a number of men to the head
quarters In the Federal building Under the new svstem
substations have been established in small stores, barber
shops, and other business places In all sections of the citv.
The above is an extract from the "Buffalo Express."
printed March 1. 191:.
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