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First Photographs Received in Thts Country of Struggle Between turkey and Balkan States
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eewfur The Turks moved their
rrres by sea and along; the coast
strengthen the riebt wing which,
ached to istrandia, and directed all
eir efforts to meeting; what they ne?
rved to b- the main attack.
IVeenwhilc the Bulgarians were really
rergrng at Bskt-Baba. whither
had been hurried by convergent
f<irH JsUw?l? and Kirk
file Bulgarians' main force
Fisht wins was thus superior
tth to the Turks at L.ule Bur
whs a', lc to burl them back,
'believed that the total Turkish
numbered 250,000 comparing with
l.oou Bulgarians, the latter being
ttged to leave many men around j
Sertaas Sews Fassen Frwat.
[Constantinople. November 1. 1
raBeriatis news has' been received I
She front. The Council of Min?
is still sitting at tbe Porto. If
elieved that the ministers are **?-]
ing th? advisability of concludingi
with the Balkaa states,
exact nature of the latest ad -
from the battle line in Thrace,
not been made known, but last
sing trie ujoverrrment received the
owing report from Nazim Pasha.
War Minister and commander of|
r Toastern army has been e
for the last four days in serious j
ting with the Bulgarian forces be
Laie Burgas' and isa. Our ,
?J corps at I, lie B rgas and to the]
are offering vlajorou? rsatstance I
|th- enemy advancing in this dlre<-J
the citadel at Adrianopl? is still
Kng out. Our forces In the neigh
borhood of Visa are making" successful
Still earlier official advices stated
that a Bulgarian force of 30,000 men
had taken up a position in the moun?
tains, where the retreat of the Bul?
garians had been out off.
Turk* ( ompletrly Rooted.
Sofia. October 31.?The Bulgarian
army has completely routed the main
Turkish army under Nazim Pasha. The
Turks fled la disorder, leaving many
killed and wounded on the field.
The battle, regarded as the most
important engagement since the war's
beginning, continued three entire days.
The fighting line reached from L?ule
Burgas eastward to Serai. The Otto?
man troops retreated to Tchorlu. twen?
ty-one miles south of the positions
from which the> were driven.
The town of Tchorlu. wnere the
Turks are- expected to make another
stand, occupies an important position
on the main road and on the railway
between Constantinople and Adriano
ple at the point where the road from
the port of Rodosto Joina Unless
the Turks hold this place they will
be unable to bring any more troops
from Asia Minor by way of Rodosto.
Turks are Barbarous.
London. Octobe*r SI.?The Servian
legation has received a dispatch from
Belgrade giving accounts by returned
Servian officers of atrocities committed
by the Turkish troops before abandon?
ing Ike country conquered by the
??Whenever the Turks passed." says
the dispatch, "the Servian army found
only land strewn with bodies of men.
women and children, mutilated In the
most barbarous fashion. Bodies of men
were also found bound to trees. They
had been burned alive by means of
fire kindled under their feet. One
body ore indications of hav ng been
roasti ?! >>n a gridiron.
Inland* are Iii i noted.
Athens. October SI.?Admiral Colin
touriotis. in command ofthe Wreck
Big Redaction in the Cost of Living
Always the IPMt goods and a savin* of 25 per cent. Every at
New Sour Krout, 7c qt, 25c gallon
Oid Cranberries, qt. . Bk
-. I lb. pkg. .*c
t Fig*. 2 lbs. for . ... 25c
nia Herring Roe, tan lie
I'au nt Familv Flour,
r. per bag..3*c
try Kgt:?. doaen.2?c
nr < - Matchless Su-.ir
? 5 K t ,lar Hams, lb.ISe
arg? \e lidi Potatoes. 28c
1 perk: p.- 4*el.Sl-a*
Pert Amen, a. n ? granulated Sugar. 5 . c
Stnctly f Cider Vinegar.
gjaranr. : t., keep pickle; gal 25c
Preser\,nf i <-,,*._ peck ...... 2#C
Pmr Get FVpper. lb. 2dc
k?> Gr Kice, ?>."c
? i . gallon .
) Swiss Cheese, lb.
H -1 Corn flake*, reg
kg . now 2 p<K?.
Bam?t* Sherry Wine
]JeBo I?e > ream powder. *C. or 3
jmp Sta-< : lbs. for . . .
i'r '?' : I rfifje. 6 cans
4 <: >we?. I?. . . -9**
im Can Flakes, I pkg?. 25c
I -ee/iig Salt. peck... Bte
a! IVkjt. Me bag: HI MM
Mixed Tea. lb.Jfc:
i.u Prunes, lb. Bk
?*j*p. J to boa Mc
.5 tans New Tomatoes for . 25c
Wmn r Milk, lie ran: dozen .$1.5t
Good Salt fork, lb.tie
Good I^rd. lb.11c
Finest Quality Virgin i > Comb
I loxe- Hish-Oradr T. ?ot lipickv .. 5c
Wood's Be-t N C. Roe Herrin;.
new; jxr <l'zrrt. 25c; pa> ke? $2.75
Be t Sugar-Cured Breakfast
Baton, (irr lb..21c
Large 4-Strinjr, Br<>om .28c
Cknd tjuality h-ariy June Pea%
2 can.-.. 25c
Large (an- Bc-t (Jiiality Wginta
Hir,he?t t^uality Bc,t ( reamery
Butter made. 1 -11?. carton.57c
Br'p'?t'ial < a!i! >riiia I.rin-m < ling
I'e.tt be-, can .Ibc
car.-. IVarahonta? Best Corn. 25c
Large ran- 1 alifornia fable
Prarhe> . . . . 14c
< rood Sugar Cora.7c
Maccaroot and Sj?agh~tti i-Ib
Ceresota Hour. 4*C bag. Urrel St. 15
Bumi-h.rtr Metal I'oitsh. ?an. Sc;
Urge cans . 15c
\a Pride < offer, fresh roasted.
I.argecan* B<a-d>n'< Peerleas Milk.
*C; small ?an?. 4 for.25c
a la-?e bar- ( r? u? Soap for . 25c
Libb> . 1-1?. .an- Corned Beef . I*c
yu?rt Mason Jar, fiijern I Hives . die
?.;m.:- It mW Preserve* 15c
I |r . an ? ,<?>?! J. jck Baking i'rm
<#oid Medal < uffev. Java ami
Mot ha -ltsta*.-. 1 lb ?an?, ige;
f-H> casts. . . #f.4S
Absolutely Pure l-e*f l-a?i. in J,
S and le'b ran>. at. ; -r ]\,_l*c
squadron In the Aegeane announces that
the Islands of Thaso- and Sobros have
been occupied and the Greek tlac
Thasos is a dependency of Turkey.
I; has an area of 1?0 square miles and
a population of about 12.000, mainly
All ( nristlaaa Massacred.
Sofia, OctDber 31.?The Bulgarian
army is vigorously pursuing the Turks,
who are retreating in disorder and
panic or. Serai and Tchortlu. Many
guns and large quantities of ammuni?
tion have been captured. Aivali. near
i>ule Burgas, and Maras have been
burned. AH the Christian inhabitants,
according to the Bulgarians, were mas?
Montenegrins Eater I nek..
Rieka. October 31.?General Vuko
titch. at the head of the victorious Mon?
tenegrin troops, entered Ipek Wednes?
day afternoon. Tbe be r vi an inhabi?
tants, bearing flags, acclaimed the via?
Ipek, which is also known as Petlch,
is in the vlllayet of Koasovo. about
fifteen miles from the Montenegrin
fr->ntler. In tbe Middle Ages it was the
seat of the Servian patriarchs, and
after the Montenegrins occupied tne
town a thanksgiving service was held
In the old patrlarchial cathedral.
Will Not ?cernv Armistice.
London. October 31.?The Vienna cor?
respondent of the Daily Clu-onh le sends
the following: "The Servian K?relgn
! Minister and the Greek l*remi-r. who
brought about the Balkan alliance,
started for Paris to-day, it la sup
sed to negotiate with Premier Poin
?It is understood that the Bulgsrim
'< army, in following up its successes,
I will advance .n Constantinople-. Th.^
Balkan allies will not accept ?in armi?
stice, but are willing to negotiate
peace direct with Turkey."
<Km at Cane ?harte?
i -'I-- ial to The Time*-lnsp.iteh. J
'i pe Charles'. Va.. October 31. ?A: a Dem
r?ti<- m-rtins; he:.l here this evening Con
jgieciman Carter QhsSS addressed the voters
Nor:te-mpren ?*ounty in the I aslno A
j large an* . nthnstgstic aodlenee was present.
, The sp-aker eras Introduced by chairman
! ?ieorgr r Pa-amore. who made a SBbvhsS
eatl to the Pemwrscf of the eonnt>. Mr i
tJlas- ??? warmly greeted. The platforms
jrd j.olirt., 0f ;n, rnre^ partiea were dis?
Preceding -he meeting an aatomoolio
tore* T-anJe ? .ok place. In which voters
ftom the whole county took part.
T <? Rulfl-i. ST. B yVayser and H. C. !
I SJseMtte, composing the Electoral Board of
? Henrleo Cnasty. wit! hold their final meet
Ing st Henriro Courthouse tr*morrow moro
| Ing for the p.irpooe n* distributing the ba'
I '?i> which wl.: 1.. jsed in the general el?"
| tioi on Tuevla-. < mV-erw for the various
[Softrag Slants heen selected nt a pro.
[vir;, meerin?. nnd Instructions will be sent
|t> them bv the committee to-morrow.
Aha ._ _
I H is repurte.i that the deed to the "slate
! Of the Ml captatn John t'naann*. of O'en
, AIU n. which has he,,, sold a unMi * ??
l lad I? swait'eie forma -ransfer wi;: be
: made to wvtlsm nj Adams H B. PottsrS.
r* and a c. ?annd-rs Th.y will. I? is
. said, repre.ent tSe rn-erearo Whleh wtft de
SC op th
! '^r pending the 'or-,,- transfer
are etil: lack
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a liar and a crock meaning Hoc kin
had not log? the check
Brennan testified t>at was all H'vk
!n said be knew ah :t it
1'nttad States Marel.al Edward If
Schmtdi was call.d ?snn to produce
the package referreej to la Hrennsn's
testimony, Schmidt opened the pork
age. Identified! the fu?e dvnamtte cape
alarm clock and tbe .late of the new-n
pape- in which the. were wrapped Ho
?aid the cl.eeh for ?re [-s-Hag' had
boon delivered to hi??. M T>1s?rV-t At
?Sjsns Tan? mm WJs mnsa.
Judge Albort SJ. Aad'T-neeri a- ?ist
questioned whether 11 wns not dan
geearna to havo the fane sad caps tn
mart, hut aftee-ward allowed them to
Walter Drew who BTes tn Bern- Torfc.
recently was a n itswse and saagsskjsj
that Hockln repeatedly had warned
hfm that "the fellows on the Paclfls.
coast are after him."
Drew, as counsel for the National
j Erectors' Association, was on the trail
of the dynamiters before the McNam
laras and Artie K. McManigal were ar
! rested, and Burns was present - in In?
dianapolis when Samuel Gerber, a local
detective, personally took John J. Mc?
Xamara in custody. Burns accom?
panied McXamara when James Hosick.
an agent of California, took the prison?
er to LOS Angeles.
J. A. G. Badorf. who testified that
Hockln confessed to having "tipped off"
the identity of the Los Angeles Times
dynamiters.- was cross-examined this
afternoon by Senator John W. Kern.
I counsel for the defense.
"When Hockln told you he . had gpt
! :en In touch with Burns two weeks af?
ter the Los Angeles explosion, did Ls
teU you now he d?d it?" Badorf wa?
"No. he did not tell me how. I told|
him he was a fool for allowing Burns j
to get a reputation as a detective onj
information he was furnishing."
"Did Hockln say he was guilty of
??He said be thought he might plead
guilty, knd gave me to understand he
was in for It. He said he thought all
they could give him was eighteen
I months or two years."
Badorf was then asked whether
Frank M. Ryan, president of the In?
ternational Association of Bridge and
Structural iron Workers, war not in
the habit of signing blank checks. The
defense is that Run signed many
checks in blank and did not know to
what use McXamara pot them. Badorf
said he did not remember telling Ryan
that that was a loose way of doln?r
business. Hockln I? secretary of the
i union, and occupies the desk formerly
used bv McXamara.
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trig for embassies and legations of the
I'mt.-d State* abroad.
! President Ts ft signed the f-trmal pro?
clamation announcing toe Vict?Preal
dent's death, providing for observances
and paying tribute to Sir. Sherman's
life and work. Colonel Daniel X. Kans
deil. sergeaat-at-arms of the Senate,
transmitted to Senators the official
notiri, at:?.n of the death of thvir pre?
The text ?f the proclamation is as
"T.. the IVopl. of the Pelted ?t?te*:
" tarne? School, raft Sherman. Vice
PrefHoVnt of the I'nlted States', di d ac
his home jn t'ttca. X. T.. at o'clocg
on the eventm- of Otober BJtf.
In his <b-ath th- nation haa lost one
of its m >s? Illustrious Htisen* aad or-.
??f its most efll. lent and faithful ser?
Kle-te?l at ar early aftr to the- mayor- .
ship of hts native eify. the continued ;
? ??rff.ienee ?.f his . .wtpa unity was shown 1
by his election for ten terms as a rep?
resentative In the national Congress.
As a legislator he at once t'ok and'
retained high rank and displayed such
attributes of upright and wide Malta
maruthip as to commend him to the
people of tbe United States for the aec
I ond highest office within their gi't.
"As presiding officer of the Senate
he won the respect and esteem of all
for his fairness and Impartiality.
"His private life was noble and good.
His genial disposition and attractive?
ness of character endeared him to all
whose privilege it was to know him.
His devotion to tbe best interests of hie
native land will endear his memory 10
"In honor t > his memory and the
eminent and various services of this
high official and patriotic public ser?
vant. I direct that on the day of the
funeral the executive offices of ths
United States shall be cl >se.j and all
posts and stations of the army ana
navy shall display the national Hag a
half-mast, and .that the representatives
of the Unte.1 States in foreign coun?
tries shall pay appropriate tribute to
the illustrious dead for a period 01
"In witness whereof I have hereunto!
I set my hand and caused the seal of the
United States to be affixed.
"Done at the city of Washington tnis
the thirty.first day of October, in the
year of our l?rd ope thousand ni:.e
hundred and twelve, and of the '"de?
pendence of the United States the on?
hundred and thirty-seventh.
"WILLIAM H. tMVT.
"By the President.
"Acting Secretary of ?taie."'
seaatr to Attend la Body.
New York, October 31?Senator Ba?
con, President pro tem. of the Senate
announced to-night that the Senators
who will attend Vice-President Sher?
man's funeral would leave he'e in a
body at 8:30 o'clock Saturday morning
over the New York Central for Utlca.
Earlier In the day. Senator Bacon di?
rected Colonel Kansdell. strgeant-at
arms of the Senate, to notify each Sen?
ator that the entire Senate had been
appointed a committee of the whole to
attend the funeral.
Senator Bacon added that no place
SUMMARY OF OPERATIONS OF
THE BUILDING INSPECTOR'S OFFICE
FROM JAM %R1 1 TO OCTOBER SI. ISIS.
> amber of permits I?Perl IP October for sew we>rfc.
Aomber ?4* permit* Unaeel Ip October for altera Uoao
Total a amber of Pel mit? Haara la Oetaber.
Katlasatea1 foot of pew IpaPrwvePBewta la October.
Katlaaatea coat of alftiallsas apd repairs la October
Total root of work aatbe? 1st a la October.
Average valae of permit for sew werk la October_
Average to lor of permit for alteratloas aaa repair, la
Average valav- of total permit* bmil la October.
SEW STHI CTIRES, 1*12
Jaa. I to Seat. *S. October.
October . 5NS Sil
_ .4>4S t>in
Ja?. 1 to Oct. 31.
m.tfratios? %so RErtm*. isi:
Jaw. I So Stag. S">.
\o. ml of
Jan. i tm Oct. 31.
of meeting in Xew York had bee*
selected for the Senators prior to their
departure for Utlca. but he thought
they would meet at the Grand Central
Station. A number of Representatives,
he said, would accompany them.
"I have also invited the Ct.lef Jus?
tice and other justices of the United
States Supreme Court, on behalf of t'nu
Senate, to attend the funeral with us."
said Senator Bacon. "It is probable
that several of the justices will accept
Inasmuch as the Supreme Court has
been invited on behalf of the Senate to
attend the funeral, all of the court's
expenses incidental to the trip will b?
borne by the Senate
DisroMtsa of sisreesear. .?
i New York. October 31. -The selection of ?
' successor to Vice-President .'herman at tba
I fir j/tibilrsn candidate to go before the elec
| tora: college tr. January wa* the jur.jeet of
; a.i informal disousaipn to-day amen? mem
1 ber- of the Republican National Commit;**,
j now in N*w VorW. ilwnior Herbert SV
Hsdley. of Mlsteurt. r.af been advanced aa
the rholff of several member* of the com?
mittee, but no efTort has been made s> yet
to settle upon a candidate.
The fact that Chairman Hilles ?tela.sed tha
merlins of the national committee until
November IS, a week after election, will. M
la believed, prevent any general a-reernest
upon the vice-prealeVntta) candidate, until
after the renulta of election are known.
We are otreiing some ?pacta* good
value* tn Diamonds, hart aar jsast
bought a lara-e lot at a very low
price, there*>re we ran gtva yon a
bargain. Call and see them.
m MiwnD vwmrwum.
I S. JABS, he.