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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1912.
URKS DRIVEN BACK
IN A NEW VICTORY
New York Doctor Who Wins
A Prize From the Nobel bund
fight Desperately as hurts Are
Stormed at Tushi. but Forced
to Yield to Invaders.
Iattle m hours.
Both Sides Lose Heavily in
Killed and Wounded Way j
Clear for Forces of King.
TOOOORri'. . M,intrnfrv O.-t U.
Hie Montenegrin troops follows.! Hp
(Mr success In raptttftai DttoJlkoh
Mountain from ;he Turk" by "' taklnu
Ms last evnlnic the Turkish foft which
anarlnates the town of Tuahl from Sjchlp
CtBck Htll The Turku nfrereil a moat
n reeistsnce, nut the Mnn!f-
irnmlnl In rusMnc the position
prolonged flrhtlnf. Bereral fur-
JilU by the Monlemxtrlna were
by the Turks .re they were
Both (MOM eaffsred heavy loaaaa la
Mil Uf wound. d. Til BchtUt: laat
s4 arwr femrteea hoars.
The road to the Turklah town of Tiehl
from the north l now open to the sd
anoe of the Montenegrin army.
Wt. PHTERSiirnc. on. u.-a d-
apatrh from Pods-orllsa, Montenegro.
aso that the Montenegrin southern
army under the command of flen Mar
Moovlrh lias crossed the Itlver Bosvina
aod captured aeveral Turklah Mork
hausca at Tarakoach, near the Turklah
town of Scutari.
Th Rueetan Mlnlater of Marine haa
postponed hta proposed vlalt to Parle
& lew of poaalhle complications In the
INVADERS NOW FIFTEEN MILES
IN TURKISH TERRITORY.
VIENNA. Oct II. The road to Scu
tari waa open to the Montenegrin
forrea to-day, according to messagea
from Podforltxa. King- Nicholas's head
quarters. At latoat accounta they were
0aklii themaelves aecure In the Dst
ahltrh Mountain fortlflcatlona, cap
tared from the Turka after a two daya'
tlr it- It waa tielleved all the Turklah
atfendcrs of the poaltlon were pris
oner.. T.ielr victorias at Planlnltaa and Det
ohltoh Mounlalita carried the main body
of Montenegrin Invader about fifteen
salles Into Turklah territory. Their
further advance to Hcutart should be
eaay. since there are but a few weak
Turklah farrlaona to be dealt with on
Um way. At Bcutari the Turka under
Baead Paaha are concentrating
Lteapati.hea from the front aay the
Montenegrin and Turklah loaaea were
very heavy about Planlnltaa and I t
abltch Mnuntalna. The Turka fought
furloual) until their artillery waa
SIOMUTN, Hunger'. Oct ll.-That
Montenegro haa had much the better
f all the fighting with Turkey thus
Mr was indicated by every report ro
ast red to-day from the acene of the
The capture from the Turka of the
MrtlloatlODS on Detchltch and Planl
netsa Mountains was fully oonAremed.
Ttis victors were under direct com
asand at Crown Prince Daollo of Mon
tenegro, acting, however, In accord
ttoa with Instructions forwarded from
King Nicholas' headquarters at Pod
garttaa. about fifteen mllea to lUs rear.
It appears certain that the road to
eutarl had been opened to the Monte
negrlna by the past tao daya' engage
menu if Scutari Itself falls the de
feat msy be counted a capital disaster
Par the Turks, since It would mean not
only the routing of a strong force of
troop, and the luaa of the moat Impor
tan town In northern Albania, but i
aruohlng blow to the prestige of the
Ouerrllla sktrmtshrng Is in progress
all along the Turkn-Bulgarlan and
Turko-oervian frontiers. It la of no
ouch proportions aa the battles between
the Montenegrins and Turks, but In the
aggregate the losses have been conald
arable. It has served, too, to Inflame
tne rival nationalities' passions and to
reader a peaceful aattleinent alneiat an
BUTCHERY OF PRISONERS ON
BOTH SIDES REPORTED.
The combatants are mutually charg
ing the moat shocking cruelties against
the troop In the field. Many northern
Albanian towns are burning, butcheries
of prisoners both by Turks ami Monte
negrins are reported and ma. -acre, of
Mn-oombatanta, it Is said, are marking
the advance ,.f the Montenegrins, the
estreat of the Turka and the operations
of. the Turkish, Servian and Ilulgaiian
soldiers along their frontiers.
From what Is occurring now It Is eaay
M ludge how horrible a struggle must
follow unless the Powors succeed In
enforcing a peaceful settlement within
the next few days.
GETS NOBEL PRIZE
Voting New York Surgeon
Rewarded for Discoveries in
Knenr the Work.
Meal On Dstsst Frr. irimi
"Hut," said the voter, "what are
your laalrfloaUOBI for the office yo i are
"Qualifications?" fafjsaajdgw the candi
date. '1 don't know what you mean."
"fan you do he work?"
'1'oursn I can."
"Have you ever done work of tial
"NaW. I've always liad to work for
"Then how Jo ou know you can
How do I kn.iw? Kldn't BUI Smith
do the work two ysafS ago; an' il'dn't
Henry Wilson do It two years before
him, and that waa thr first time they
ever sst on a piece o' rca-I inah'.iKat.y
In all their Uvea. I want you to under
stsnd that I'm lust as able to sit behind
s swell desk and look wise ss they ate."
A (illmpse "f the Past.
I r .m trie fliltes" TrIMinM
VimIi was trying to uuloKiin and
classify the animals as they riled past
bin Into the ark.
"I shall always hold ll against Adam,"
he mnttaradj "that after he had named
the heas.s and got all the credit for It
he didn't leave a printed list of them!"
Dextrously iilcklng up the two sloths
that were delaying the proceedings, he
tossed thorn Ui on the hack of a passing
rhinoceros and prodded the lea'her hnle
of that animal with a cowpmirher's
stick In a rain effort to make the pro
cession move a Utile faster.
(From the loultl)l. OoMIIII llllBSSl.)
"Tell toe nlsiut Venice."
"Ouuil postcards there."
"fans tan tlnople?"
"No pOHtcar.ls there."
"And Paris T"
"lilegant postcards there."
A WIZARD WITH KNIHi
Turns Veins Into Arteries and
Arteries Into Veins and Puts
.New Organs in Bodies.
The highest formal recognition that
the world of science offers to Its
pioneers the Noble l'rlse for Medi
cine, with a value of 139,000 has been
awarded this year to Or. Alexis Carrel,
whoso sensntlonsl surgical wlsardrles
at the Rockefeller Institute belle the
fact that only a little more than a de
code ago he took his meillral degree.
At thirty-nine he already has heard
for yearn the echoes of popular ap
plause, which have drifted to him
through the walla behind which he had
Immersed himself In his experiments
snd has assumed that position In the
world of nnlmnl life which Luther
llurb.mk holds In another.
In the three years he has been con
nected with the Rockefeller Institute
Hr. Carrel, himself modest and retir
ing, absorbed In his work, has been
forced time and again Into the lime
light by reason of hla accompliah
mrnla In his earliest experiments he
transplanted the vital organs of ani
mals with wonderful success. He sub
stituted healthy kidneys for dlsceaaed
and unsound In cats, performing the
transplanting so cunningly that the
new organs went on with the work
of the old.
Dr. Cnrrel wis born In Salnte Foy
I.es Lyon, France, In 1871. He studied
ut the University of LPOI and received
Ids degree In linn. Five years later l'r.
Carrol came to Amerl'a. A firm hi
was Identified with the Hull labora
tory of the t'nlveralty of Chicago, as
sociated as research e-urgoon with Ir.
C. C. Oathrlo.
VEINS INTO ARTERIES AND AR
TERIES INTO VEIN8.
It was while ho was 1n tie West that
Dr. Carrel began to build his reputa
tion. Krpcrtmojiting with snlmals, he
turned rein. Into arteries and arteries
Into veins, reversing cli filiation. Ten
months after the Initial experiments,
when time had prcved thst the trans
planted veins adapted themselves to '.he
new tunCtlOfOJ Imposed, lr. Carrel's .Un
cover)' electrified toe world.
It waa predicted that ' long the
same operations could he performed
successfully on men. In that oase, by
the transplantation of one vain on an
other, the flow of blood could tie devi
ated Into any part of the ayatnm st will
and, It was thought dlseaaea of the kid
neys, liver, and even brain could be
Then, w ith hla fame already spreading,
Dr. Carrel camo to the Rockefeller Instl
tue. where he hnd very imsslble facility
at his command. Immured In his labora
tory, the surgeon worked for months Snd
finally announced that he had success
fully grafted the benea of dogs, one onto
another. Tho wonderful possibilities
that this opened up were the discussion
on every capital of science. French and
licrmnn physicians and surgeons, pre
viously looking upon themselves aa the
moat advanced In the world, looked
toward America with respect and waited
for the next discovery of the young sur
geon. It came when Ir. Carrel let It be
known what he had preserved life In
tissues long after their removal from an
organism. H had removed the heart
from a chicken, and for one hundred and
four daya. under his ministrations. It
continued to heat. It could have kep'
on going Indefinitely, lie believed, had
there not been a microbe Infection.
COULD SHIFT ORGANS FROM
ONE BODY TO ANOTHER.
He had proved, too, to hla own satis
faction snd to the satisfaction of other
great scientists, that the stomach, blood
vessels and vital organs might he shifted
from one body to another almost at will
and made to grow as certainly as bone
may be grafted.
In all this the aim of Dr Carrel was
to study and trne the progress of dis
ease through the living tissues and thus
find a way to apply effe Hve remedies
Attacks have been launched st Dr.
Carrel on several occasions, because In
his work for the advancement of aclence
he hss of necessltv practised vivisection.
Perhaps Dr. Carrel has never heard of
these attacks, perhaps he dors not deign
to reply to them. At any rate, on the
head of them, he came out In advocation
of a plan to turn condemned criminals
over to experimental surgeons.
Recognition that meant perhaps a.
much to Dr. Carrel os the actual award
ing of the Nobel prlxe came to him last
summer when Prof. Pons!, one of Pie
most eminent and famous surgeons in I
Psrls. paid him a glowing tribute. lp
to that time the men of science of Eu
rope, while wstrhlng Ir. Carrel's ex
periment with deep Interest, had regard
ed Ms successes grudgingly. Following
the Poxxl load. Irr. Carrel wss extolled
wherever surgeons met together, and
Paris newspaper took the nation to
task for having allowed Dr. Carrel to
tie approplated by the 1'nited States.
In appearance Dr. Carrel Is little of
the sclent'it. He has a round, cherubic
face, smoo' h-shiven, and wears glasses
Hehtnd than shine the eyes of a poet
or a musician.
22 to 26
34th St. West.
Extraordinary Sale Saturday
Misses', Juniors' and Girls' Apparel
At Remarkably Low Prices
GIRLS' SCHOOL DRESSES 6 to 14 yra.
Of navy and brown serge; jailor, Norfolk, waist or
Russian styles. Actual Value $10.50
GIRLS' CHINCHILLA COATS 6 to 14 yrs.
Navy, gray and brown, wool lined, velvet collar, military
buttons. Actual Value $13.50
MISSES' TAILORED SUITS-14 to 20 yr.
Of cheviots, diagonals, wide wales, Bedford Cords and . .
two toned mixtures, plain tailored and braid trimmed; Z4.j
lined with superior quality satin.
y4c.ua Value S32.50
MISSES' AND JUNIOR'S COATS- 14 to 20 yr. )
Of navy, gray and brown chinchilla, bound with silk J A
cord, imported corduroy reveres; very smart and stylish I lO.iJU
coat. Actual Value $26.50 I
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n u m
llursld Hqiur.. B1
Illh to SMk
Columbus Dinner,. 59c
Will Be Semd Saturday, Oct. 12,
11.30 A. M. to 2.15 P. M.
" BLUBPOINT COCKTAIL
C FIERY RADISHES
Ml NES TRA a I'ltalirttrt
or COS'SOMME bakator&
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VEAl CUTLET MUanaht or
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OF BEEF O'hiwtr.
SIRING BEANS I-! miline and
POTATOES i la Mere
SALAD Porto di PjUos
PUNCH PINT A ani
ASSOR TED CA KBS
For Women to Use
Women's Suits and Coats
All Sizes, Including Small Women's
To-day la tho first day of registra
tion. If yon do not register yon can
not vote. meglst ration booths will
open at 7 A. BC. ana close at 10 P. M.
SUITS OF ALL WOOL CHEVIOTS -
Navy blue, brown and black; also diagonal wales.
Actual Value $32.50 I
SUITS OF TWO-TONED DIAGONALS
New Cutaway Coats, handsome braid trimmings, lined
with best quality guaranteed satin.
Actual Value $42.50 .
COATS OF CHINCHILLA . I
Navy, gray, brown, Oxford and black. I 1 SO
Actual Value $26.50 "vv
COATS OF ENGLISH AND SCOTCH
All wool mixtures and rich, soft zibelines. 29 50
Actual Value $42.50 "",'w
500 Chiffon Blouses
Direct Copies of Paris Models.
Including accordion plaited, with Medici and Byron
collars; also high r.ecks trirrmtd with satin and shadow I 5 75
lacea. Actual Value $9.00
22 to 26 John Forsythe 34th st. wt
In every household you will finl
eirmnu the toilot paoaaaltiH soma ort
nf a goHtlcidOi in thi form if cither a
tablet, solotioo or powdtr. Many of
thee antiseptic Preparations costal n
poison., ami oaten the greatest cure ii
n- nsj much liiirm is dona to the pcr.HOu.
Tlic value of an absolutely harmles.
antlaeptlc powoWi as compared with a
poisonous tablet or solution, ,. apparent
to over ne, :inil tle.it is one reason why
physician everywhere have strongly
Mcountended the uee of Tyrec'. Anti
septic Powder, Tyree'l Antiseptic Pow
der should conimcnil iteolfi therefore, to
every household, I 'neq Bailed as a
douche, A -." cent package mahts two
gallon of standard .solution. Sold by
lmet;ist. everywhere. scinl for booklet
ami sans pie, J. s. Tyree. Chemist.
Yahiii(toii, I' C
Don't ri.k dr. far. .! Get a 25c or S0ew
tube ot Komlorj'.. the orbrlaal aail genans)
C.trraM Jt ?. tM II . anortl end noielse
B.D.OC1.I nwm. ui . urmn i.in.i mi.
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. inft-"l tn.ratjr.n.. by bistiinif U-e P. .
i.r.. Hois j iim.it ery
r.i Tllik SJBJ
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forced ouK B
Over Million Dollar Stock Men's & Boys' Clothing & Furnishings
Slaughtered in Price for immediate disposal owing to Loss of our Lease
Land Mark Will
Soon Pass Into
After 25 Years of Business
Activity, the Well-Known
of 127th St. & 3d Ave.
IS FORCED TO RETIRE
On Account of Expiration
of Long Term Lease
Limit af l.axarr.
(Fro UM IHUIiuisU !'.: I
They were gathered on the veranda of
a summer hotel.
"I won't be here next seafon.'' boasted
one spoiled darling. "My father has
t'ougbt me one of the Thou. ami Ulands,
so I won't have to mix with the mob."
"My father ha. bought me a moun
tain." bragged another pampered pet.
"My father U going to buy tne un Indl.
vtdual ocean," declared the third.
and then the hotel clerk Jecl led that
It was time to ring the ball for dinner.
Juat think what a stupendous undertaking it ia to sell a 1 s million dollar atock in lean than one season
in the form of not only a sacrifice of all profit but an absolute and heavy loss on what the goods cost us direct from the makers
mammoth store we fully realize that we will have to take a heavy loss on every sale.
lople here from every section of New York and adjoininar to.vns. These inducement! we offer
We must hold out "strong enough" inducements to bring
In order to disnose of everv last nrtirle in mir
C : u:- t . . . i ...
. in( iiiib iaci we are ai me mercy or tne Duyer tne public- you.
ahort of illness to keep you away from this the greatest bargain carnival ever known in the annals of clothes selling,
ment, then lose no time in getting here, as the beat things are bound to go first.
Men's Suits and Overcoats eft
PRICES CUT ALMOST IN HALF
Don't allow anvthine
Read every word of this announce-
th. Molten TriiiM-rliit I
he I had an argument with Alice this
eno rising over the proper use of shall"
aad "rill." Perhsps you can tell ms
nSjIch Is correct, "Will you marry Bet"
or MhaH you msrry me?"
Me I should say ' Will you marry
a why In ths world don't
Tsejr Coat, CurAYour Throat
. flsaj iJsrk. set bu.
A. s OS assess BSe havlns In slve un
ihelr .tor. thl. .ru.on ihe llii.rKiii.e
r'lmhins Os. m u. i saoiiftes ihslr sol.ndld
Sleek el high srml. i lnlhlns .11,1 furnl.h
Ins. for m.n ami b.iv. It u r.llin.i.il
ihat theli stseg I. vsiued in ihr neighbor
hooil ot liai.OOO, ahlch ln.li.ui.. th.
sseesslty ot . i , . .uuaiii.rinx ur
prlc to .rfect a comploi. Ul.uut.al of all
m.rchunll.i. mi hand. Nu .tor. In Hew
York Iliads lilxlier llh ll. outrun, then
thi. oi-1 ..tubii.ii.u senesre iio... as Its
nsm. luiplle.. um suarauue ha. elway
Stood bai k ol sverytalag it with un
Iron led Kuuiunti-i. of .all. faction ur
Hurelv concern that tin. enlnvt-d .uch
. IPttlleSS reputut..n f..r Intesrltv nnil full
d.uiins. . eonesrn that has ui. eses
knunn to huliulr liotnlliK Out )itn rluKM
Dll.li elelalas frum Hi. best maker. In
Ami-il'. will h.v. no trouble In cl.urln.
out all tti.lr goods thl. ...son. e.necl.llv
at ih. xtreuisiy low price, for whlih thr.
sr. off.rlnx tli.lr spl.udlU w.arms ap
Th. Import. nr. of thl. unu.n.1 trsd.
event hound to ha. u weaaerfull f.r
reseblag Influrnc. on vouns man Did megi
l heir e 1 1 .. Slid tli.lr chlltlrrn. .k thl. .al.
btiorit. th. eurebess of itrlstly nsw( .tvi
i.b, well made L-lotblng siul lurul.lilLg.
at i... iliau sruolssele vosb
Stylish suits for men and young men in this season's choicest pat
terns. The coats are trimmed with a good serviceable lining; all
seams are sewed with silk; the trousers have side buckle straps.
These suits positively are unequalled anywhere else in this town for
less than $8.00 Out Forced-out price NOW
Pure worsted suits in immense variety, including the popular self
striped blues, smart browns and black on black effects all faultlessly
tailored and elegantly styled. These suits were excellent values at
the original price, $18.50 Forced -out price NOW
h.oo S11TS FORCED-OUT SALE PRICE I4 5
10.00 SUITS FORCED-OUT SALE PRICE 6.50
1 2.50 SI ITS FORCED-OUT SALE PRICE 7.50
18.00 SUITS FORCED-OUT SALE PRICE 8.75
1.5.00 SPITS AND OVERCOATS NOW 9.8S
18.00 SPITS AND OVERCOATS NOW 11.75
80.00 SUITS AND OVERCOATS NOW 12.50
88.50 SPITS AND OVERCOATS NOW M.50
W OO SUITS AND OVERCOATS NOW 16.50
88.00 SUITS AND OVERCOATS NOW 17.50
RA On SUITS ) nVKHUJATH NUVV
Regardless of Cost
No Goods Sent
No Mall Orders Filled
FURNISHINGS. HATS. OVERALLS. ETC.
Almost Given Away Read These Items:
10r llaiulki'rcliiefa Sc
15c Black, Tan & tiray Hose c
83e Putt Silk Socks ISH
.H.V- Silk Handkerchiefs 15c
115c Wool Hose lie
V.v l.itholin Collars 17c
50c Silk Neckwear 35c
75c Kox ol I) Initial Handkerchiefs 42c
09c Shifts' of ratOtla Mudrti.. . . .44c
75c I'liinn-Mnde Overalls 45c
9-2.00 Guaranteed Silk I'mbrellua 50c
HOc WorkinK (iloves 50c
$1.00 Outing Flannel Working
11.00 Coat Sweaters 50c
$1.50 Dress Cloves Btc
$1.50 Wool Sweaters $1.00
Dr. Wright's Health l iiderwear 89c
OPEN LATE EVERY NIGHT It SALESPEOPLE WANTED. BE SURE OF RIGHT STORE UPTOWN CORNER
$1.50 and $.50 E. Sc W.. Cluett
and Star Shirts
Valval and PI anna Vents ..,,.11,
$5.00 and $0.(10 $1.5$
$!i and $1 Cardigan Jackets $2.00
$5 and $0 Jersey Coals IS. SO
$1.50 New Shapis in Derdvs 95c
I1.A0 Soft Hal.-, in all shup,M...!!95c
$a.uo Darbyt In all luie.t blocks $1,90
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