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Ml PEKING IRE
Last News Told of Fighting, but
It Is Feared Imperial Troops
Have Not Yet Won.
SLAVING OF 800 CONFIRMED
Six Shiploads of Refugees Eeach
Shanghai ? Protection of
Americans Along Kail
way Demanded.
.-. 19?The foreign legal
c hav?. received no dispatch -5
/- fea ? - ? ? ?< last eren*
m the Ar
?neral. R.^srer ? .-.?-to
? ?-. ?-,-.; 'regi--.
?he ronce?
xx . that the
.'.sers and ?
? - in m] Is prate? -
? 1
I ; 'be won_f?n an<
-.?- readv been safely ta -
~ ad from Har -tow. a._ it 1? feared that
^voii.ti.-maj-ie? mlg?.r.
? I by the mob,
.Mng that the
"?? volution
eta.
? Peking made
?f '>rm m
- ? _ . ? fighting
Rene's Capture Another Place.
?*-..r!v
iippatch.s
Hu-Peh
- - _????- -?d by
- . - rupted
?
An that im*
leavp the
? '-^rorts eay
ata -??ok little
Their la?
the :. t hat a
ect fir? - .ang*>r?>d their
? ink fir? w
?T :?. .
? H sake?? .?-p
? _ t
? I -?e of shortage
the arrival of r_nv
r^tlred
' I - m re
Hai ' while
??
I tt g not
- ? preei bom.
ed
Ida L1*ut??nant
h and Captain
etura? _ isst
tted
?
m ? . Been
ed the lassom I m dei n ^a -
BROTHERS
?* 'OR p| ..a aj ; FOURTH AVENUE
V. ? must bow to
upenority
of
English woolens
But to English
fi m . d e Clothes ?
$ nevef ?
They can't compare
^ -?? tth the thoroughly
n-ell-made Clothes
H our skilled American
tj:lor.. turn out.
That" s why we import
IB a v tine fabrics and make
m up ourselves into
ns Suits and Overcoats
? are perfect in tailor
? fit and finish ?
_J\-to-put-on. **'ith as much
? c3n1_.ed-Eni.--St- style a?
ke
kttta ?18 to ?50
-weight Overcoats ?16 to ?42
r Overcoats $18 to*T..
\B OVER HALF A CENTURY
-1 .\ew
ARROW
-YofcA COLLAR
to put on. easy to take
ea.v to tic the fie in.
?? t>* ? t Makan . v I T
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(2QL Mortgage
? TO Bonds
Offered a* Par (100) and Interest
-mano*, s $1000?$500?$100
:pal and interest thoroughly
'* ??_ by best class of improved,
? producing real estate on
- Island.
Tax .xemp* in New York State.
A conservative and safe invest
hould be familiar with.
NEW YORK REAL ESTATE
SECURITY COMPANY
**2 Broadway New York City
? UMl VI t . ft .0.III?.!
A SUGGESTION TO
HOME COMERS
. Our Interior Decorating Department
lt complete m every detail-?and is at
'our _ervic_ to offer suggestions and
'--' -strates.
^?Perted Wa|| Paper8 wi-h Fabric to match.
D'*tcnne? ^n<j 0,her L'pholatery Goods.
Odd**'**"~*--4Ce Curtain? Upholstery ?
, Pesae of Furniture Artistic Repro
???ittion?
*a^er j, Brennan Comoany,
^37 Leiington Ave.,
***** __,
1>I>0. Gritud (.entrai ?t?tH.a.
?tirs raen, but the Bghtlnf **Pirlt ip ex
i df-ntly jifill la^kins Ifl tha -arc.
Oooesition to Ne* Reoublic.
The lad tha? ? ? ; not h
vatif? along the rallara*/ prior to the a
rival or the !mr*ria! troopn may n
i bron oarini to lack of ir ?
? bur to xh* possibility that rh* revoi
?tlOB-Ma ?would prove ?iisloval to the n*
I repobU T-rh h ?tha leaders ara ?bent ,
I establishing. I* la i1"- ?-"' th*t bo
armies ara In ?dan*** loleaale di
affection.
Th?r? ar? conflicting reporta regan
Ing tha Brat dlvielen, which is *nur*
Mancho. It ha.- ber-r ?cak? that this r]
vtaiofl left for ?Hankow, but reliaMa r
ports say thai 'he Mar.? hu regimen,
bave all beep. ? . In the imm-rlla
vicinity of the Forbidden
Reporta thai ' fanT Emperor hi
' t-e?n taken to Tien-Tain
placed ?n th?-- I t ?
|
The Japanese cruil gunboa
In ?the \ n _? ? K - ? "?'abli?hii
3 ?riretoes servies from Hankow. Japai
tea t.ont? which have arrive*]
Tien-Tsin may connect with Tokio, ?
well as with Hankow, by wlrelesa
The American ?Legation has asked ti
?Chinese government re the sa
transport?t),>n of Anvn ans from '1
I Peking-Hankow railway zone shou
disorders develop. Much alarm ha? he?
iyed all along the railway Hi
rwinz to the wildest rumor?, while r
neu s ha? been made public to : ?
the people
Lieutenant Colon*! pea? h. In ?ape?lela
to-day of conditions in Hu-Peh. sa>
that th.-re Is , _ ??. " I
Yang-Teat, five mile? north of wi,
Chang, and it should not be difficult fc
the imperial troops to croes the riv*
under th? ?Uon of 'he gunboat
He wa? informed at Bankow thai th
: rebel? bavs j robably I >uaan
j soldi'-r?
?"aptain Reeve? i ? . pj.nl?
?that the Imperials had mide s
?mistake in taking ft? moun
the lark of i"' ads mak<
| mule-carried cannon prefi
An to-a
8hl Ki. aa \
... .
-
g'-n^ral In the Held V . i
for Hani
\ aoorahlp ?
?to-day on al; trar
regar | 'at- movements
on ;:. ? - **ei
? ? . ?
wire?, and 1
ut nv
nuanc?
?
The .epcor
? _ .
'
?
rding I patch, th
ing o;
? . tober 1"
marched all Dig
?
*nd attacked the Impel '
ter daybreak at th.
-* a?- The station st whl
., ... . Q
onceaaioni
off. ila of 1 see Porelfl Boan
Wii
Th
? ? :d<-- of the ? ? -?? re l
The ' of gge-i ?- . ?1 \oo
lated There h?as ?been n
REFUGEES REACH SHANGHA
Cnnftrm RpfTtp of Ma BM ?CT? r>
Manchm by Hundredi
? - packe
'
i
- ? ?
1 Mo?.- ?era were 1
i fac? - - -.
-
F ?.- Peking-Han
i
The st the whole fangt*
Hanke** i - - - - - -,
?
-' .
- ?- ? -
? ~T'
: the rel
- mdre<
....
I ?? \mg ? - sea ?
? ...
?oprssantai
?
wed in Hankow end
?
I - naka sore the lentil
t mi 1
I d:*f?r"- s In the Chinen
! was order- BUM
was hii - -
I - -
? _, ,_.., (lag dally the ar?
ar"! arx:?"';? ai ?- the fat? I :
: Nan?
king
i?ua!
Th? i order
for ?-ix steamers ot tin
raps Tien?
t
The
*
?*rsr time ? ? minted
?
Their lare
exhausted .. ?
a Fa
?
for ? ?
? -??
LONDON NEWS CONFLICTING
Rebels to Quit One Rumor, !m
perial Defeat Another
London. ?OCl - ' '
'. from Hanr
? ? ? ?hon
?On?
,. r?nr?.,; ? fhiif
. ? ?: ' ? ,
to ?-f! ' troops
"The Bitiation does
? iny Impon
AH 1? o, . ?
etgn *"
?
?
?
g? the V., ' ., ?
The
':???"
loin) ? ' ?' ?*"' '
? I. A r?
-ihl
' ?
??ay.' thAt
li.in_.ow.
WHAT "QUAKER'' BAKER PIP TO THE GIANTS. AXD
WHAT \F.\V YORK FANS DREAM MAY HAPPEN TO BAKER.
MM LOSS R NEW
Uncensored Dispatch Says Turks
2nd Arabs Are Far from
Surrendering.
DERNA. TRIPOLI. BOMBARDED
Turkish Deputies Pass Votp of
CnnfiiieT.ee in Cabinet?Word
Srnt to Constantinople
Through Tunis
?? art Mygls . ss ex*
i ?: . relteble ? orreapoi
? -_
iif to .
.....
rrtpofl era
.ra_-".l
an. ir- r"ir*? h
? '
g th? n_ th<?
?oast .
._._ th*>
? ? ? ? tea and
?
. - i
?
-?- .?a.???
I H Von Lo
dbuI bsa ordered
?
..- that Italy
r.r,,r ? her .-a?p - . ?. ? :
Th? enber of
.-..__
-- t that it had
eat to i ifssjuard
. ". ? . ? . - - f tbe is
of the esa
K. Th? expreeeed eoafl
?
.
assrd to T
letvenunaet'a tntenttos
i reststsaea to
?? diploma*
- - '? - ?
'- fi*OBi the
Bfsreaoe to mediation
aera aderai
thst th<* g
f.'.r.e vainly
'
- foesnuaeat had touad :
resalta ots
. he dlseorered
et ha_ al5o bsen r.proarr.
prlasll again?' the lit
- . la was
rite
the h>*9 -
to pav Gerrcar I :
Fraaee la i
i
ramsat arai ta -
??? ?
. - ? ? sea - I the
Call avA Islam I
: :? terlaad
th? h
- 1
. ' ? - -
Isa H ?m
- \oAoy wa.? butt nystsry,
? . ? I I -. I
?
.?a prevent? ? l XtotXA o? I
The forti arei before the
i
. -, | . : ' ? '
_. to-da
?
?
?
el ?
t the 1 aas *w*
the Tunle I
?
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?
When ' ie Preach ithot
f the 1
? i ? ?? ? ? ?
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Turks a
... :?..-?
? th*? Mrd-DCn tall
tlcuta ? ? ?
? - .f w_r. I?
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marrk in
?
eying I
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El? FAILS 10 HIS DEATH
?r nntin']???! from first pas?
)<**p || ?;?- .?Tl I am k: was the
Mrs EUgenS ?'? the wife of the avjv
tor, received the first news rhat bet
"ad met -uh an accident whi
? her home.
?? ; : ? ? f4th street A member of
commla
Stoned to sav that Mr Ely had fallen
and w-?? injured In tl mean I
other representative h
tot the El? h He g ?-. -
? ? rident, An ?
M
to af'en?! her It u I
for Mrs. E - ?-? her hui
to fhe pl-i. CS "'her* he ? h':*
? for ?ome res iher sh?
go
First to Fly from WarsH.p.
lane f won
f An? a xo
- - ? ?* mace i
? - ? r. -
r
? ?
m?-ntar:-' accom]. _ on a
a armore?! rr';:.-?-r P<- -
? ? I
' In Jan .
?
f?*n ml
out mishap. AI
? . ? ? . ? ? ?
? "rn^nt? of his added Imnu i
? | t th? sero
? -re
Phis and
expert, on
? aerval He
- - '
Iments
? ? He
?
? hough' foi arm/
at gan Antoi
| .re ;?
' ' ' ? . ? ?ll ' 11 ? :
j and ?
-, .. - ... - ty-sia
an~e in
a gras pan ? - re His
? u near fan Fran- Is? o H
i--, epertmi -? - ?
g i g a era
men h*
? g of i
ttural step wi I luton
tbe flying mi s In rune me, be
joined Slenn H Curt?as si ICltmei
1 and I
- *
|~e ?.,. -.c - witt who 1? I ?S ight
the principal at the Hlg* I
I Madera Cal ?Mrs By frequent ? i
i pealed her boebend ?*nd raw a
! flights II -?^a*- * euetom
_ , ihould ha the let n
a? tha beginning of
tf great
"One el the B-r est Me? in the World."
I . . bar
toot ' ice Wm
'? ?er s i- ?' ?
for about twelve stories ?-.
tell H might go Ton
....
mat's exact*-; my sen 11
? ' - the aacent Once up
! Devi ? - thought of an ardent
? i ..
">Vhen< srtati
I Bfver ;
-ouid ?andura the snapenaa ?f not
there to >?e lomettmea ?
tOget-OT tfld tbl
ne rf. all
Reo'5'er to-day' P0H9 one-? ?from 7
a. m." to 10 p. m. If you are net regie?
tered you oawot vote. Tb? vote's are
to cboost at the com ?na elector, -nun
not only to make but also to eenetrtie
and en'or-e !aws for all. You aurelv
want to raUe part m the seler*;on of
sueh of*i-?als.
ELY 101ST AVIATOR KILLED
France Leads List of A-rnplane
Fatalities.
tr of vit
sd the
making ?the '??
teen Of th< I
'ginning ' ' Lieutenant ?ielfrM
the list at Am": lean man
. ? -, ? is g
....
I
...
totalling thin
ta : Il ?
Moore,
?
? ? ? ? :
on the n"?r
. 1 ?
? '
'
I ?
... .1
Norton ' ? iiid
Il M ?--'
?
1 I !,:"'in
.ni aera never
8k.cn ?-g?ta, !
GEIS SUMMARY FUIR
Can Now Enforce Laws Govern?
ing Unsafe Buildings?Hoey
Measure Signed.
JOHNSON ISSUES STATEMENT
SavS Whole Crusade Will Go for
Naught Unless Board of
Estimate Grants Men
and Money.
Albany r... n ___Cocnpiair?. thai a great
mnnv of the ?.fl?in w mor? violations of the
Isa relating to precsutloea is be ?.iken toi
prevent f\re and for proper and adequate
I In case of flra had been reported to
? Itste Department of Labor without ac?
tion bemi? t.iken on them "as far as tha
?r? ehiOi ksowa ' was madf to Governor
Dix to-day by Abram I Elkus. of New
York COUBSSI to the Sut? Factory ?"cm
mlaalon appointed to investigate condirion?
inder which manufacturing 1? carried on
Brsl and Bseead daaa ..ties Mr. E!k?is
Ittefa a COOdltloa Of affairs, "if true."
la a menace to rhe Urse of thousands of
employes in manufacturing eotabliehmoata
ter {few York
In lia reply Governor Dix says he has
BfBl I copy . f Mr Elk'is'.? IsttSt to the
'"r.rr.missior.er of Labor, requesting: him to
? er direct to jrou The ?.overnor al?o
thai to-dav he BiSBSd the Ho*y bill
1 c!'- ing t'-.f F;re CoBUBlaatOBsr authority te
? compel the removal of combustible _sa*
!ter:_: and tak-' auch other precautions aa
abould be taken to reduce (tare risks,
"i regiet that th*- bill does not extend
. _ .. . . iMptetors,'
tha Ooveraor ' and I shall recommend
at the next session of the Legislature r>.a
the law be amplified, for I am determined
i empl fa torlsa eurroaaded
? .. he?? of Bsfsguarda and protected !
from the hazard ot Ore, sa far aa human
y can proti I
Mr Elkae said John Ken'.on. Wat* York's
i fire chief. te_f:fie_ before the commission
?here were several hundred buildings
Is which eoadi*
?' m- moment there
might occur * r?pet:t.on of tne Asd) Build
ing Are. with :he iame tOTrtble loss of 'lfe
"In view of the importance and gravity j
of th? ii ma- i respectfully nn
thst your exc? lirect ths state i
? . ba*
t ? e made of - .
? .ring establish- !
\ men; ? York refSTT
*a Chief. BO *r.ar. ?he d .nge:"-";.?
i and ? ? ? "*r which the
\ Lanor Deportment h.a.. |urtSd!i 'ion may be
. ? . - it da
Joseph Johason iftet
|i lOBg d stance tele
afternoon that Governor
I"?:.. - -: the Hoe" bi'.!. ?mending
? is dty and giving The Pire
CommiBB-oner aummsry p -.-.ion -
the lawa lovsrntag naaafa buildings
; meat la pa
The Fire Comn aen charg'd
? ? - ? aa n tha amend
tha greater v ?". Tork - ' r
. ? -. Hoey
order the reme
! . iscy ir. the mesna si
- atruetural con
tsirwsya he can
. . ag In which Imminent peril
This last power ron
le ""al differer.c- between the
? old ar.d tha new iaw and enable! the F -
h rtar to carry out hia orders It
however that a person upon
tice Of violation is served car. ai>
whose action is
f certlorarl pro
etne Court The pres
. ot Pre Marshal, the Bureau of
? : the Bureau ot Vio
?es ara made aub
o( the Bureau of Fire Pre
' ara and reepon
remern _er, v~.^- t?
? Bt th? ? ' ?? establishment or this bur-a-,
ird ??: Esi . .
be burea ;
' on pa "
the men do auch
... p.-? Department
Th* '"?* r-ess nave insistently
1 demanded geroua condition?
Naw York, especially
congregate ba corrected,
lemand la Juet now at the high
i tide of ? t#nc: The pire Commla*
emlnded dally of the Asch
..
the '??hoi* priz
rete of remedying theae conditlona devot*
to confereneea
? ? it the bin Mr
[poiev of tbe A - Senator Culler., ?f
.?rate the Mar banta Aaaociatlc
jthert ind i ?very preparstton
ment of an adequate fore?
e bill 1 ' provlslOBS
? ictly undsrstooa
i ?? hole erussde i_ad
.- t go for noth*
- . - -h? B ard of Eatimate and Ap
? - ts the men tnd the money.
revet I the Bud
-?*?- tha* they bave
- . ! believe will make
some sor' of provision for the Btllt of th*
? - lone I rannol
-.-- ?? ."? for the adm'.nis*r_
? ? ist is If the Qnl
-? . force . .either apparatus nor
?va'ef with which to r*h- Area
Do ?*. to-day' You h*?/e ?.eglee.ed to
reg.ete?- on either o* the first two day? {
Perhaps you have decided to do it to- j
moi-row, the last day. That mav be too I
late. ReTstee to-ds
DISAGREE ON '!F!RE TRAPS"
W&tSOll Hid Millar .f Odd?5 H ko
Fespon?.r.i!?tv
In i itatemeat yeeterday afternoon ?oi
?" f ? ? Iselared that Um
blame Par the eoatteaaaes of Ragraat
. - fa vtolatloaa whli h fsepordlse hutfen
? arsi mtlrely up ,A the Bureau ^t Build,
age M i did not specify
l .morir tha esssi H forwarded to ?h?
lav department ware '_i?rt?n^v o.15i?
v. nnedy for * list he termed the ex
? ?Sgsrd Mr Wat
i that F?uperin'er?dent Miller
of the MSB trosu of Buildings tot*
I ? ' ? . n pracrire '-: Brooklyn, and
mark tritt! -i?.o?r Btaiaf those ..ses
.a considered emergency essea
? ? -?r.iin?- BC-iona for pena'
? building ode v'r.latton? referred to
? M.'!er, about IM i~e f \, -
I Ml U'ar
"tVith my extating tor?
?? of rpese ran ba made In
thirty days Bu* in a flagrant case result?
i be a mafer of hours and not of
?-.???pared to ?ee that such
f only I sm gtv.n
?
Mr em? entirely ?? ?
sentence .'?oieo from Mr Wilsons state
? ?
? ' ' ? - 'that ?M
?he fire c..-ipe BOB we ?.-nd lo the ?'or
i in sel'a office a-? emerges? j
? .
*" ROW. ] . .; not m fro-- ,.f .riti
nther deport The Bureau of
working
am thing that M esa
?in'ie: th.. law I force swseia to r?r??-?i'.
,n. il bey see trvmit to
put li up te1 me, i say, lot 'hem start nuht
| in .?n ?he?,e ,f.e-. at* toot .- ?.^Ilt them '
: tlon "
LIWOGE!. CHJNA CASE HELD UP.
ibf Trsasary De?
. Usa "n the report
? anus ttoe which it appointed t.? in
mportstkMU "f LimoKes ehtaa.
aaa made hv Ambassador
tad it la snttfesly that an
? taken until (lie l'ren? h 4m ernmen? s
^ . M ui*[i..r.i te'e r?>?_i?eJ -.??.uldei?tloa. |
^:3
ST. REGIS
NEW YORK
Fifth Avenue and fifty Fifth Street.
Caters to
Transient Guests
The Management gives assurancethat
the coat of living at this hotel, including
Rooms and Restaurant,
is no greater than at any other hotel of
the same class, notwithstanding re?
ports to the contrary.
Rates:
Single Rooms without Bath $3.00 and
$4.00 per day; with Bath $5.00, $6.00
and $8.00: and for two people $6.00,
$8.00 and $10.00 per day.
Suites consisting of Parlor, Bedroom
and Bath, $10.00 upward; larger Suites
in proportion.
All outside rooms.
rU7^.a\'illoiv Fr?res
Announce the annual opening of fur sets
and coats originated by their Paris House
and by other leading European designers,
and shown for the first time in this country
during the present week.
These exquisite furs are zxceptior.ally
original m design and rich m material and
decoration.
Nineteen W. 34 th Street, New York
h-AR.1*
M OSTREAL
LOSUdN
4
; ac?ory Pr_?_es and
4o Extras Added.
'.* pen like music a~d haven't a piano In v? .
-orne p_r.aa.pe on eoQOUttt o? _ig_ purohe*..-. :
pri?e in. ?xtra <*>eta.
This Is Your Best Chance to Get On
At a Saving of from $100 to $150
We M>?a *ur. *asS tbcraii te ta a puno ?tnd aw -Mcoa_i _ due ?? as?-? ?MS
Means _- ?jt___-c islas tor t:i '.out pc*Kai? o*.
New Weser Uprights, $190 to $603
PLAYER PIANOS?aS-O TO flOOO
JM^rfa^s-__faj?fsa-siea??-**afasa?l_-i ?a?~ _*_
?icd ?>__.t_*il aa*e _!<??=
Slightly Used Pianos, Leading Makes. $75 Up
reran* to suit -our ? onv-_jen< e Low at moAB ir~"
? Cartage aad m ?;??.<* Wtoo
P'.anno ren'erl M to $4 p*r mor.'.h ReB'i'a ilk
-- r-.rr-rtaa* , ,
M,r?.'?nla?"'"* moat ?ronderfu ind complete
, ,0 nr tjj, rr.ark?" Ft*- demonetratlon ?? ary da?
??
Weser Eros/ Factory Salesrooms,
131 West 23d St. ft? 6th If.)
520.30 West 43d St,'Nr. I Oth lf.L___TI
r
Andrew Alexander
Women's Boots
Smart Styles at $4 and $5
The best we have ever shown at
these popular prices. Many novelties
are included as well as staple sorts.,.
and all show the popular style-touch
characteristic of fine shoe m?-king.
SIXTH AVENUE AT NINETEENTH STREET.
youaVkrcHis JLToimiW
mi&DELPHl
1 I ILI
Ihcur ? ?i??y .Mi.utclra.ns
11 rut.
New fersey Central
THE ONLY DO-VNTOWN ROAD
t fa*'- hostil BShM rum jerney 'I'.y
to Ph'.l?.;e.i?ma, w:iti,.?it CHANGE ur
Tm.V-.rER Krom Libert Si . vr m H??l K 0> IHfc HOI k. l a W loiopu ^^
mid.It?? Wttk ?dBSSJSBB 10 mlaite? <?r he ESS) from W ?_ Si Hangage corrlea em aeree
lr_,u wllk ?aaaengex. it de.hrami _? ,-it:,r? inmiMl to r?n???__Ll,- t___
HARD COAL
NO SMOKE
WO TUNNELS.

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