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Constanttaople Is inevitable to-sight. The
BfflxarienV hara at th capltaTe
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Dercos, and. have mabaS.tkalr Mraae
surd under the com of .the Borthern
most'forts of the chain of defeases behind
which the'Xnrlcs are aoiactkt
- ...stand. ,
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gion between chorlu -and 'Tchatalja and
completely surrounded the Turkish forces
in that diotricU
The bombardment, of "Adrlanople eon-
unuea muwut sokubwi a jsv "
of Servians' detached ' from the" Servian
armyin Macedonia passed through Sofia
to-day. to.' assist in the siege of the Turk
ish stronghold. ' . -y . '
t TnHcey sTslres Tnreat. ,
Turkey" conveyed a covert threat to ttie
powers to-day by intimating to' the Ger
man foreign office that if 'the 'Bulgarians
enter Constantinople it would be Impos
sible tovprevent an anti-Christian upris
ing. Germany is more favorably disposed
toward "the Turks' plea for Intervention
by tbe powers than theother nations.
but there-was no Intimation in diplomatic
.,-clrcIes that the powers will take any ac
tion further than protecting the Chris
tians In Constantinople. '
ThrM Aiifttrlnn futtt!Tiln mitajir.
and two destroyers left Fota to-day for
Turkish waters. ThJaaction 4s regarded
as significant, as Turkey alone of all the
powers is not In favor of permitting the
Balkan allies to divide the fallen Turkish
territory among themselves without out
side Interference. '
The fall of Salonlkl Is expected to
night. While a strong Greek force Is
practically at the gates of the city, an
other force, combined with strong de
tachments of Bulgarians, la making
forced marches toward the city.
Still another Bulgarian force is march
ing on the seaport of Kalbukavala, on
the Aegean Sea.
Tbe situation In Constantinople Is de
scribed to-night as extremely critical.
The embassies and consulates and the
larger foreign business establishments
are all.under heavy guard. For the
most part the Christians are cowering
In their houses, momentarily expecting
to hear the Mohammedan mobs crying
for their extermination.
Try to Attack ForelBnsn.
Attempts have actually been made by
Mohammedan throngs to get from the
'native quarter, Stamboul. Into .the for
eign sections. Galata and Pera, but the
police have foiled all of them by throw
ing open the draw In the bridge across
the golden horn.
Definite Information of . reports of
dreadful massacres are'lacklng. but hun-
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isolated 'missions'. have been destroyed
and their Inmates slain.
TUBE MEDIATION X '
TO FRENCH PBEMIEB
Paris, Nov, 5. The request of the Turk
ish government for mediation was pre
sented Nit the foreign office to-night by the
Turkish Ambassador. Blfaat Pasha. The
"The Ottoman government requests the
great powers to undertake collective me
diation with a view to the Immediate ces
sation of hostilities and the determination
of the. conditions of peace."
M. Polncalre. the foreign minister, lm
mediately acquainted the legations of the
other powers with the Turkish request,
and notified them that France was ready
to participate' In any concerted action.-
M. Polncalre emphasised to the Turkish
Ambassador that the powers had agreed
not to take action looking toward media
tion unless the belligerents were agree
TURKISH STEAMER SUNK.
Constansea, Roumsnla, Nov. E. The
Turkish steamship Chatfee struck a Bul
garian mine In the Black Sea to-day and
sank. Her crew and forty passengers
""MOVE TURK HAREMS.
Constantinople,' Nov. E. The Turkish
harems were transferredto-day to Bruaa,
in Asia Mlnor fifty miles southeast of the
capital. The archives of the city have also
been sent there.
Coast Blockade Extended. "
The Greek government has notified the
American legation al Athens that the
blockade of the coast of Eplrus has been
extended as far as Santa Quaranta. The
the' young students
can "Fiddle-ujj" to thejrreat
of their friends if they
have such an accompanist
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tha.ayleadMIr dtoatpltaed aad etseteat
the fswer ( the Tmrklsh araay to rest.
blockade haa been raised on the Island of
Minister Jackson, at Bucharest, yester
day reported that foielgners in the Bal
kans were not in any danger.
TURKS MAT LEAVE
CAPITA! TO BULBARS
London, Nov. S. A dispatch from Con
stantlnople to the Dally Telegraph late
"If the Bulgarians succeed in forcing
the Tchatalja lines and advaneeVon Con
stantinople, the .Ottoman government
will be prepared to adopt the most ex
treme measures in order to avoid sign
ing a treaty with the Bulgarians in Con
stantlnople. Tbe Turks will pass over
to 'Asia Minor, leaving the Bulgarians
at Constantinople to settle matters dl
rectly with the powers.
TWINS WALK TWO MILES
TO VOTE FOR "DRYS"
New York. Nov. 5. The oldest twins in
the United States, Samuel and William
Murphy, aged ninety-three, cast their bal-lots"to-day
In Babylon, Long Island, after
having walked over two miles from their
home to the polls.
Inasmuch as they have 'always been
strong Prohibitionists, the chances are
that the "water wagon" party received
their two votes.
FIRE CAUSES LOSS OF $1,700.
Ringing of Bells Alarms Patients at
Hospital for Insane.
Tbe ringing of tbe bells on the appa
ratus of No. 8 truck company and No. S
chemical engine company in the grounds
of the Government Hospital for the In
sane about B'30 o'clock yesterday aft
ernoon caused exlctement among tbe pa
tients and attendants. '
Fire of unknown origin started In a
shed in which a locomotive was stored.
Tbe building was near the water front.
but It was possible to see the fire and
smoke from the elevation near the main
The two fire companlea mentioned were
on hand a few minutes alter the Diase
was discovered, but the ahed was de
stroyed and the engine badly damaged
before the fire could be overcome.
It Is estimated that the damage to the
engine amounted to about $1,000 and
that 700 will rebuild the ahed.
LEPER IN NAVY.'
Hawaiian Boy Being Sent Back to
Baltimore, Md.. Nov. 5. A Hawaiian
boy named KaouvU a leper, who had
been employed In the mess room v of the
United States battleship Connecticut for
more than two months, passed through
Baltimore last Thursday and landed In
San Francisco last night, and from there
will be placed on a steamship to take
him to hlsthome n Honolulu.
It was at th navy yard In Philadel
phia, where the boy enlisted, that his
well-developed case of leprosy was dis
covered by navy surgeons. -
This Is the first case or leprosy ever
known in the United States Navy. The
leprosy youth left Philadelphia last
Thursday evening in a' special car owned
tiyihei government ana attached, to a
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad tram.
Government officials wiH probably con'
duct him 'to his home in Honolulu, '
, CUERNAVACA BESIEGED. ,-
Mexico City, Nov. 8. A horde of Zap-
atalst rebels and bandjts have surround
ed', Cuernavaca, capital of Morelos, and
are demanding Its surrender. Gen.
Blanquet with 800 federals and a ma.
ehlne gun left here to-day to succour
Insurgents are said to have taken and
sacked the towns of Tautepec and
Xotchlpec assassinating all the town of
Killed In Election Qnnrrel.
Lexington.. N. T Nor. 5. Constable
Thomas Campbell, of Lee County, was
killed to-day by., John" and James Oau-
dell in an election quarrel. A -report
also reached here that Green Bowen
waa killed In Anderson County by Judge
Hardin Satterlee.' . ,
Flames Emyty Homes.f "
New York. Nov. 5. A fireman was hurt
and three buildings were, destroyed in 'a
ruB,0e0flre which started at-SU Lorlmer
Avenue. Brooklyn, early to-day. Th
Ore spread to adjoining buildings and 109
persons from near-ny nomes were driven
out in panic " v ,' ,"
Toledo. Ohio, , Nov." t The police' at
aqpn to-day discovered thr'-dead bodies
of a man awoman, and three chil
dren at UsVJeaplewood Avenue. Cor
oner Henxler returned a Verdict of death
doe 'to asphyxiation: ' ,-
to-day; destroyed the.,WiarB Maryland
aaroaa-jrognaaouse; at';jMagaly. oaeo
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Uvea ia the flamea. JMw also. told. kte
that a tried to st;t TraWWwri
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taring BaDeTttewagntha karat of tbe
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the nmaiiaari. she said aha haagl
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sad of it ah- flreiThss aUaea pt-
tag to the police, ;Ws discovered by otberl
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BOTCHER MAY DIE
Otto Avth, Tkirtyirit Tern Old,
FtomMj Ssffers FU1 lajulet
tt HUHome. J '
As theresult of the explosion of a kero
sene lamp at M School Street, last night.
about 11:30 o'clock. Otto Auth, a butcher
thirrvielght years old, lies at the point of
death at Emergency Hospital. It waa said
at the hospital last night that ho could
not survive the burns on Ofebody mora
When tbe flrVwas discovered an alarm
waa turned In that brought the firemen
and the partol wagon! When the wagon
reached the scene of the fire, Auth was
found writhing on the sidewalk with all
of his clothing except his shoes and some
charred tatters around bis feet'bgraed
completely from bis body. He had to ran
to the street.
Auth was merely able to whisper Ms
name aO tbe hospital and say that the
fire hd been caused by an overturned
lamp. The blase was of no consequence
and the damage was slight.
The man is a Catholic and Father
Cooper, of St. Mathew's. was called to the
hospital to administer the aacremeat.
BETTING IS LIGHT.
Koatr Pat V
New York, Nov. & Rarely haa there
been a Presidential election in which tbe
betting, on the result in the battle for
Chief Executive haa been so light aa tbe
present one. v
The fact that the election of Oov. Wil
son is taken for granted by tbe sporting
fraternity In general haa been conductive
of tight bands on bank rolls. The odds on
Wilson to-day were S to 1, the highest
since the campaign opened.
Aa high as 8 to 1 against Roosevelt
was offered, with few takers. Several
small wagers of S to 1 were recorded
against President Taft..
Docks at Newport In Sinking Con
dittos) After Collision.
Norfolk, Va., Nov. t The Norwegian
steamship Noreuga is to-day safely
docked at Newport News, where she
arrived before daybreak in tow of tugs
and the cutter. Onondaga. ,
Tbe Noreuga had a miraculous escape
from sinking and had to be brought In
stern first to prevent the possibility of
her last bulkhead giving away and send'
ing her to the bottom of the ocean.
The sailing thlp Glenlul, which was
in collision with the Noreuga. is safely
In tow of tugs coming up .from Hat
teras. It Is not known just when she
will arrive, however;
ERESliiiiHT TAFT AUTOS
TO POLLING PLACE;
CAST8 VOTE; PLAYS GOLF
Cincinnati. Ohio., Nov. 5. With no more
ceremony than that exerclaed by a prixate
citizen President Taft went out Madison
Road In bla brother's (C. P. Taft) automo
bile to-day and caahls ballot. Later he
played golf and then returned to his
brother's residence to await the returns.
Crowds gathered early outside the Taft
residence and when the -President ap
peared he was cheered.
WOMAN CLIMBS HIGH
TO BREAK ALTITUDE
RECORD IN BIPLANE
New York, Nov. 6 Miss Ruth Ban
croft Law, sister of Henry Roadman
Law, the parachute jumper, succeeded, it
Is believed, in estaDllsning a new alti
tude record for women at tbe meet of
the Aeronautical Society at Oakwood
Heights, S. L, to-day. It appears that
she surpassed the record held by Mme.
Dutrleu. of France, who made 3.100 feet.
but Miss Law's mark will not be made
public until the society, reads the baro-
grapn sne cameo.
E. II. Thomas Married.
Newport, R. L, Nov. B-Edward R.
Thomas, the divorced millionaire horse
man, and Miss Elisabeth Finley, daugh
ter of Mra-Henry H. Finley, of New
York, were married this afternoon by
the Rev. E. S. Straight a retired Bap
tist minister of-Provldence. The mar--
rlage took place at the home of the
brtdegrooms's brother-in-law, R. L.
Corbet t Ont of Hospital.
Philadelphia. NovTSXlames J. Corbett,
former heavy-weight champion of the,
WOriu, leu dCUCIHU nvafiuu ivu,
having fully recovered from an .opera
tion for appendicitis. He went to nis
homo on Long Island, and --said that
except for his loss of twenty-three
pounds In weight he feels as well as
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Military- Aviator KlUed.
Vienna. Nov. S. Anaustrian military
viator waa killed at' Goers to-day. when
fhls machine collapsed in mid-air. He is
the I09th Wlctlm of aviation. , ,
Identifying; the' Man. J"v ,
FQm the Clndmnti gapiliw. - y
You can hooraw about GJory. youcan
talk boutOur Land, you can tell (the
wondrous story how Our Fathers took
their stand; you can talk about the
body with Its Ragged 'Banqeis Juried,
while an army, that was shoddy fired
the Shot Heard Round the WorhL But
to-day It's different, sonny, we have
Glory on tbe run, for tbe man behind
taw stoney is t he-man behind 'the gun.
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. At a. recent nitetmr of
berv were discussinZTfurs and t their probable purchases-for '
this winter ' - - ' v
' Mrs, Awasgoing to Baltimore, Mrs., B.'to Phils-
delpkia, Mrs. CJo New York; 'nearly all expected to take.
The hostess -awaited a- Ml in the 'conversation, aid
then remarked: "Ladies, for years rwent to New York1
for my furs, and paid outrageous pricesT Last' fall a friend
-told me that I. could do better right'here at-home; and ad
vised me to try Stmemetd. --' r
"I; waslnot convinced, soI went to 'NewJYork, as
usual, to see just whatwas being offered by the very best
importers there. But I gave no orders. 'I took the trip 'to
enable me to make comparisons intellirentlk.'i' - "
''With New York styles and fnees in any mind, I went 4o -the. SUmemets store, and
there found all of the best that had' been shown me in' New York) and at.considerMy lower
"The coat you all admired so greatly last year wasimade by Stinemetsrm,d I've never
been better satisfied with any garment Jn my wardrobe."" . -s ' '
Eight of those ladies came to us last week. We took eight order. They came because
they were told of the Stinemets serviced We're telling you. And, we ask you to come here
and investigate before going to another city for your furs'. " , -
" Stinettietz F nd Twam'stire
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Do yon want a Parlor Set Free? Well give a high-grade parlor set
to the winner of the 15.000 house and lot In The Herald's $28,000 contest.
The only condition is that you register your name at our store.
Lansburgh Furniture aid Carpet Co.
512 Ninth Strtiet N. W.
We Give Votes in The Herald's $25,000 Contest
Our Stock of Teas
There Is no ono article that you want
with a better daor. more delicious, or
agreeable than the tea you serve. We
otter you the best.
RIdgway's 5 o'clock Tea Joe
Capitol Household Tea We
5 Bottles Pure Cal. Wine w.1"
WE QGLTVER IT.
1IS2 14 St I.W. Plme flortt lix
We alve Herald tXiJOO contest vetea.
STOP THAT ACHE
Beadaches Can be Stopped by Using?
H.E. S. !
Heat Fatigue is readily overcome
by our Powders.
H. E. SPRUGEBANK & GO.
M St. and Pa.' Ava. C
We gtve Herald B3S.0OO contest vntea,
GEO. D. SINCLAIR
615 Pterin. Ave. N. W.
METROPOLITAN HOTEL BLBO,
We Oh Tean Is the HgiH aa.
' Cold and Grippe
Are positively Cured with
In One Dajj or Money
MeChtsiey & JiKkia,
COR. Sd E W. VU',
COBt. 8th F X. E.
. We srtv Herald gClOOO eonteet Tntea,
$m. WEEK'S SPECUL
gupecior quality ,of California Tort
Wins an excellent artl- 35c Qt
t or Quarts for 11.00.
Kl HtElfpLISi 211 fi St S.W.
Ohe Tatss tn The HmJd'i naa Cmnt
BraxB has tttest nUnil In tbe vcrid-gn-
aaanaoi a net-in ueo. ,
naWntiMi sbova SMIf toteoL a
a ladies bridge club the
tn hrnntifv vnr Viotti at
THIS GOLDEN OAK
Reduced from $23.00. Graceftil ser
pentine front, and large French plate bevet
Bring back replies, because each
order receives the same personal
attention. Irrespective of also.
Ton win And our letters rree
from dark edges, broken type,
typographical errors. Ac
Ton can safely Intrust Impor
tant form letters to ua. being as
aured that they will be carefully
edited and delivered on time.
. 2.MI LHTEIS, .H
ALFORD LETTER COMPANY
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Savt th. Crown" Tops.
Goop ran ens von rest bach
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Gymnastics and Play
HELP THE CITY
Health!. Health!! Healths
It's the word In everybody's mouth,
and everybody wants the answer.
We are nianra anH ntf-f1tt m h -.
body-bulldlnr and health-building. Our 1
facilities -are most complete phystcUnanal
to advise, experts to direct, gyms
urns, baths, swimming pools.
BCSINB99 HEN find joy. recreaUd
ana pnyslcal stamina In our exert
and play. 'Special attention given.
CLERKS, whose dally occupa
make change from monotony by
orous exercise and healthful sports !
perative. are coming jto us in
numbers each year.
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