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Fight in Fort Hamidieh, Tripoli, Lasts Two Hours. PORTE ASKS NO MEDIATION Washington Hears Sultan's Ap? peal Referred to Atrocities, Not to the War Itself. FORTY-FIRST DAY OF THE WAR. An Arab force fought unsuccessfully fo- two hours to recapture Fort Ham? idieh (Tripoli*. Tripoli. N"? 7 (Delayed In transmis? i" ? v ahs, ?Tith artillery, > i?.'?r nns'y -itta k? ,1 l'"?t Hamidieh ;?t tio-.p . but were repulsed after s ?isht The American crui? ? ? !h< it? r a III sail t - w Ithoul .l"iui Q W< N.i.rn an Conattl al Trip? ho h*;* deeid? ?i tu rornain here. Ti,. ? ordered to t . ort ;?i take ,.ff : he Am? ' Washington No*. Ml the appeal n ad? by Turl ?m. I ? . ?' : tbi by roussouf /?-' Pa? ? Tui kfa rleclarins tbsl Turkey had no -,i?. that the I ?? a r. ? "?i th<* TVashlngtori t '?? on November i bad te Depart . , ? boul ?? . . -. ? le? ??ornmli ? ??? - ind the de opiilation of Ti ? Th'?. . ' ?:? ?? i -i)?ili ?tiAn ? Fun er of. m the 1 ? I ? . ? ' ti out Thr?-? ? Minister o? ? s ule pohll Muri).;' ? '??????n. ? a tr ex ? ? . ? gall of the <!. '? mad? thai >'?? , sboot i, wai stated thai of t ?actually found ? . : on were deporte? ?stead of b? Appari ..t: ? tmenl has de la take no ., lion u<pon th ' - .'ii;.i means bile i ktsely watching developments The departmeni ofllclalfl siiii H'? Brm n ihelr ronvlctlon I ? th. wees Turkey and Italy is ??ti?' ? ? \<iw? ' . alone. Further victor!? Italian troops in ng th.- Turkish atl Ti Ipoll ? '1 lO In- ' !"-'!.i.v. it ???a.? rsport? k and i a ??.?<? , .nui"' and i q 'ilion. A? to th?' reported recapl re '?:' D?m the Tmks. tan llallss dis... ? ?f-verytliitn. r at thai point." ' ? Pi .." I. .it Trip? oli. t"-,l.,\- l>.pl" ? ; , \i" m. - ? "i '!? advised th? State T'eppi-tment that lie did not ?]e?lre to im.-i'if ol the rafuge offei?d bj n?e Which arrived thei" >???? ?"iiiay and wiled almost Immediately i<?. Marseilles CONNOLLY LASHES CASSIOY Queens Head Denies "Boss" Has Any Influence with Him. Queeni Borough lieiuocrats were la ? ferment ..f Indignation yeeterdej agalnsl . ? .nui "Cassldylsm." bul ins big i mi\ headed boss escaped it ail by eechew Ing his usual haunt!- totead, he was not t?. i?, found anywhere during the ?i-1? of His statement that he ?a*on a greal victory in the eieiii'.n of Poll.? Magistrate Matthew .1. Smith as Dli-tiKt Attorney. who ?"t through win. only 1,000 votes 1? snare, while th?? normal Dsrnocratlc ma? jority in Queeni Ii sbool l.tVOO, iras rldl? ' fajlsd oy erj where I it was said thai Caasidy was seeking to by Ir.-iniiatit)}' that lie was still s power, and in various parts of Queens ?nor dreulated thai he had osused H t., be understood thai he ems H"" now ?"'' hind the administration <>f iiomufth Pr?-<?i- I dem Connolly, it engered Mr. Connolly when 1 his report ?was mentioned to him, and ( be said ? "This is a subject thai 1 did sol Intend t.. 11 f.'i liie n??\; few days, but SlBCe the riueatlon has be?en pul to me polnl W might a?- well ?jettle this- canard now. First, 1 thai thii ie n" !"???' I election repudiation. The jes son I ?lid not ?'?m?, oui before ?lection and publicly re pudlate Cassld) sod 'his roroti Insinuation it want ?o pul In iropardy table D"ithi i were handl. app?ed - ??r ih. strong sld?- ..'iiir.ii "iin?'.' and for ?ill, ! ?declare thai Cs i. ? sr ? i" bei e a ?.?olee in my administration To Hi.? ?rontrar*/, I .?.m enlisted with thousan?|s of reputable ? ?-y men In this bor? ?it for all time ti" rrUgms dyll 1.1. both in polltl? ? 1 ??.i ? iMlstanl in-'?id At? has li"?-n appointeil CommlS nf publli Works under Borough ? Pr. idem Connolly, tendered Mb resigns tlon to 1 \" ?: ? ' '? I leWltl v r.M??rda*. . ; in,I ? iilh-.l by 'he proni'i- i tlon of I ?piiiv Assistant John HeUierlnct^n. while Mr. IIeth?p*fington's place wai fit en to I -.. ? hlrman Karr) I. Uuber, a ? >. rriocral ! of Richmond Hill, who supported th" In ; : the Vssembl? ''urine the receal ! ?1 and i'.uird "f m nomtnstio . * SEEKS TO GET MONEY . ; Former Husband of Helen Smith Wants to Collect $700. \ petition .1. bankruptcy was filed yes? 1 ?eland ? '? mpan). mak? ind granite statuary, ." .\<i .".."7 Fifth avenue, by Homer s Cummings, former Mayor of Stamford, Conn., and former husband of Miss Helen smith, v.h" s it sued last month in New fort by "Russielarab" Orlswold 101 1,i-??.., lee !" marry. Th? othei cr?ditai wer. Cummings <?. L-ockwood, 1 < *--.11 services, and ?Marguerite 16,000 loaned, all of Stem? I ford. Mr. Cummings'? claim Is for |70e lent. The company has asset- of I7O.0 '" \ snd Rochester. 1* was Incorporated In 11. as the I."land A Hi 'l ' 'ompan: . with $50,000 1 apital ?07 .t became l ?? Leland Company, with Homei s Cummlnga aa president and Wirf W. Leland ai vi..??preskk ni. it dM a lar: ? too large, it aras for t; " cash capita] employed. Collec? were slow, with 170,000 outstanding. Mr. Leland aras sreaideal of the beland ?v Hall Company He died .? petition In ruptcy here on May 12. 1000, ??ii?l ? i.? irgi .1 on January ?;. 1002. ?&?M ?*o&y&m*? From Factory to Farm Make the change before all the GOOD land is gone. Make il before you are too old to get the benefit in health and enjoy the results of your labor. Make it SOON for the rake of your children. Let Us Tell You About Northern Pacific Country There arc excellent chances for you in town or country, in this Fertile Northwest. Find ont what Minnesota, Nortb Dakota. Montana, Idaho, Washington and Oregon have to offer. See Our Exhibit at Madison Square Garden A Lend A. irr -.?non gxpo . No?, i ir We have brought products frcm the Noi \ tOSbow you. Get frcf literature and ??.formation. ?. n . ? 110 I' ? i. ... ? . . ? .. ?< Attat : 1 hf flr?l ."?I ii'iii'mI ?' lb? !?? one'? I ?.???-.. -i" -. ?.?i'?. nil??"'? hm? |>iil-'l?|ir*l in I h? i rtbiiBc if ?i< 14 be? S. Correct Answers in the Towns and Ciiies Contest 100 (?ro? <? City, l'a. 101 Jefferson or ?MatlistMi, V. %. Whci Ifiek, X. Dak. i i?. flr?< m ,,? i, '...nu,-, t.. .,..- ami (itla*? ????trn I Ik- ; il.iil.. ..I ?>? I.-).- ? ? pnhli*4ir?1 in Correct Answers in the Towns and Cities Contest IQd Key \\ ?si. |'l:i. !ii| Cottagl ( ?rove. Or? 103 Hunter. Okla. Watch To-morrow'-? Tribune ior Correct Answers to Tno No. 36. expects republican i Governor Wilson Asks Progress? ives to Carry Out Policies. GROSSCUP ACCUSES BOSSES Democratic State Chairman Says Machine Men of Both Parties Tried to Kill Off Wilson. Complete returns of i!jp f|,?,t|nn in Kew Jersey on Tuesday ihow no change in the results ss tni-i In 'i he- Tribun*. yesterday mornint, *-x***?p* in MMdirsex County, where John Ten Br-**Bck, .1 Republican. d?* ff.*ii-'i Jacob Joelsen, .-? Democrat, foi tiw ,\ ?embly, ?ne In (lloucester County* where James Lafferty, ?i Democrat, sque? led Into thr- Assembly bf h amall otaAottty, The rtexl l*****islaturs ***fll be made up ?a "ni lows: klenate?Republicana, 11 ; Demc*crats, i". AsesmMy?Republicans, ?.": Dem?x-rs>ts, :';. 1.,-isi yoox there ?rers ??-' ii.in<i*.iats i*> is Republl?*ana in iii<? 11 ous?*. and IS k<? publicans lo I Det*"?ocra*s In the Btnale Beraen, Iforris, Union, Bomersel an*i Eaaai counties, ?.'. h?.ii ?rere loprassnlad bj Dsim**t*rats In last winter's Assembly, elect? .(I Republicans on Tueaday, while Be lern County wen! fioo Republican to Democrat. Montnouth and Balem counties, srhlch had R?publicains In the Senate, i-eturitcd Dem? 1.?mis, 4\iiiif i-:?-.?. \, which had 1 Demo .-. natoi, cle? led ??> Rspubli<*nn. Interestlni feature of the election was ? ? large rote for the .< option of the pro i IsiOB? ..r 1 he - h 'l n??i. I? ?? law, ?.?. h ? question il?') been placad before tbe ? in Hudson ;in< 1 Mercer counties sud ? 'r ?ey < ity, "frent?n snd South Orante the Ackerraan las. was sdopted, which means thai from nos on merli and fitness will bo' the qualification? fn publl -?errlce In these cities, and not the re-sommendatloi 1 litlcal bVjsses Complete returns from Catnden Count: tira Reed, Republican, for Senator, iJZt majority French hli Democratic op? ,...;.-: earrkd seven of the iwelee wa-rds '? of ? 'amden i 'it.?. a.i?i his In th? ' i-ity was M The eiM^ylng sections which : did n..t tome iM tin late yesterday, gsiVe I Read his rnajorlty. The three Republl<*aa Assembly i > Ski?tes were re electad by ma.ioiiti.? ,. ?r;,(finw ?>???. ?;<>?.? i inn Wilson ni.id ? the following I statemenl yeeteras) ?an the results ??f Ihs i e|< .in, 1, of course, deeply ifi*ret the lus:? ..? the ? llous? i.,\ my psrt) through tas loas of I ami the failure l<? Bain the S?-.ia?? But I look forward with great Interest to ih<- next session a? xfTordmu mi oppor? tunity i" ti ?? Republican leaner? to fiilfl Ih? very explicit pledge? "f th'lr pial form. ? if tiiiN do thai th<? ses*?lon should b? pro? ductlve of legislation of ronelderabl* im poitatHi? and h-neiti (he .?tat.. and I ?hall earneati* hop? for IhHr co-operation in re? font;?! pi.ini...) In the Interest of I i wholi -i.?le. which we an all sworn to *"r\o I dward R Qrosscup, DsT*eeeratlc ..i? of \i;?'. Jersey, ? g? preach? ? r: within the party, anil ir was this i treachei jr thai rab?bed the i ten ??? I ? r I . ir- f, nitw ,,i th? ir \ ii 101 v in ! he I.? gil -la lin ??. he sea. "The loas of th? I ?. RIO? 1 ??' I? majOlltJ hi j th" Assembly." said Mr. Qrosscup "re? , sidled from the ?Went In r>se\ '? winie the Demo ratlc machine, the p-r kmbsI organlsstion of I".. Imith, Jr., in? rd i" the "" ot< > ? ', .?ii i,, m <',\ <>- ti up s?'i*i thai ? ': . \ ?? ? in?':?-itlon that I he ??hi tin;, Itili"! ? , of i".,', partlea rombined wherovei ? a laibH ''? order i" take a".." support from | the presen I sdmlnlstrstlon B an overwhelming vote the people of Bergen Count* decided to shollsh I ? Board of r"r< holders, with it? Ihlr members, and on January I, ''ri ;. ail! adopt the Btreng set commission ol Are in. .oh. i . 'i'!," Bo. i 'I of l t ?jehold. - . wll h j 1 ? results, ?rill remain In cont ? ol of ii,.- Demo riiis p> ih" stoi'ii margin ??. . wo, CRUISE FOR UNDER BHERIFf Leader of l Uli Hnburgcr f, Choice. ]' Is ?aid--Sr.r?mble for Other Job?. -, ol?, Tangmany leader of ths ltt|i Assembly i ?tat riet. , ? to be mad? undei ?he iff by , ''.-. ; iterburgei. TI a p salar; ol |S,,",'. snd Is s o? I i . ires Mr. Cruise waa ?? raadldate for the] i. i ,,? ". Bheriff. 11?' " ? ?' n . i ?" under Sheriff Polcy, bul ?t pr?tent , la our- ,.r the taw ih^irni lesden without ?? -:..*..i potltleal iii^i. ? in .ill t!i*?rr ars sboui one hundred .'",l I flft) plants in tin? fRterifTs office, Includ nit: ii<-?iii:t:<-s .mil assistant deputies, the staff of the Ludlow Strati Jail and other employes. Before Charles P Murph) k,>',p ; on his vacation -<t the end of lbs srttli ! there will probabfy Hr? not lets than i"?'r :i iin/.?-n ?pp|lca4lons for each lob. DISCUSS WOMAN'S SANITY H. W. Taft, Objects to Hypotheti? cal Question in Will Case. Surrogate Fowler, unruffled b> Hi? r?m paign Jual closed, continued his ?inn?*** yealerdaj by pi-owiiiin? ?it the confeti over tor i*. tamentary disposition mads by \ii.a?; chsrlotte Van den Heuvel of p;?rt of M sttate It her nurse, Miss Carolina K i'omumI for .Mis? Koch, who la trying I . i httry ?if i .i? eontetttntt, re?a ti vea of Miss Van dan tfeuvel, l si . : of unsound mind, called to tii?* ? It Simon Ooodbardt, an alienist. .1 "* 11., t.i' Id r< in e ' ntlni Mia Koch, ; tried ? -'' D Ooodhardt i" tell In his rpothetlcal question whether would say thai Miss Van den Heuvel '.? i .?iii.iiiiii m irrational The reply to ? ,. question ^?i( thai Dr. Ooodhardt not i o? -??.i. i the U statris Irrational j W 'i'.-ifi. brother of Piesldtnl ! Taft, a lo la counsel foi the contasttnts. I i. .i o ihr *|iio.?t?on. aayini it ?a-; I not .i fair summary of tii<* evldsnce ad* duced .it the trial. Surrogate Fowlei at Id . ?.. II? i-*i i.-. pol tel I? -ii questions to bt ..f doubtful ralue. m . lim tfli id asked : t ?i linee i ??? ? i Miss V sn den Heu? ? I i. ?,i to mske h will, and Mr. Taft ? it iv.-is .-i question of ?ustalned the oh action, I ? ,. ,, I'M nor he esp'?' I? ? ' prerogatives SAY BASKETBALL IS NOT MORAL. ?parts ?VI . >-ov I Tin Board of \'A>-' ration to-day Issued r.n ord*-*.' forbidding ii? playing of basketball ? alrl ' t??ems In it"- ? ' Is, ihi point being mad? thai sucli public exhlblton* are not con duel? ?' i o %x ci moral - CRITICISES FORM OF BALLOT Citizens Union Head Advocates the Bay State System. William lav Bchlelfelln, rhalnnen of the Citlsens rni'.ii. teet In the result* of tai JUdlclarj "lection I,, the S-<??'I Hepail rneni gtt argurnenl in tarsi ?ii the Masss? . i h'l.'tis loitn or ballot Hi ii'ku. ?? thai with such a ballot VVlUeti would i?>t hare ? cot .,, igrss .. -,,,i, ,(i?i that his colleaguea 1 on the ii? k. t .. o'ihi probsbly hoi have been , dragged down so low, Mr H? in .ffelln said lasl night: , The fac? thai more than one hundred I thousand .< their ballot* for Mr, will?.it i??i Supreme Court in ih? Second Judicial District ?trlklngly ?hows the dan? gers Involved In th? i ne of our prcsaw tin fair i.ii i.\ "oiumi, i.aiio' Only aboul four-1 '? ' n thousand m<>." votes wer,- required t?i . i" i Mi ?Vllletl t.. the s ipri me Courl bench ,?i the very tune when Justice Bcud? ?i'-i was examining s charge thai he i?b?i "oriuptlv conspired to ?jecure his nomina? tion and while th? newspaper! were pub? lishing detailed Information as to finan? i rial transactions of sn unusual and suspl*, rious character that took place on ih? day' of the Judicial convention between Mr. Wll? lett and ih? secretary of ihal convention Mr. \\ iii?->i t had not gained an: thing In pub? lic ?.klence bj his refusal lo waive Im? munity from prosecution so thai h< might t? itif) In his own behalf. it can hardly be said thai on? hundred thousand ot? ? In In. Second Judicial Dis? trict iah-\...i Mr. vVHtetl fit to serv? on the Supreme Court bench JTel their votes were cast for him v., inv? ti i. ? ould un doubtedl) ?ho? Ihal I hi? large vow tar Mr. IVTlIett ?vas madr up ot traiaht ticket votes ? asi by marking a single cross in the , In I. under the Demo, ratli ? m ?lern, if the roteii had brou usine a Mascad Tom of ballot, ?verj ?lector would have Keen called upon lo pul a se ?parate < iront ol eaoh < andldata. it is. no? conceivable fh.it anything i ?? on" hundred thousand electors would have voted for Mi w III? i ' und? rcum? ?tai. Nell bei I ? ? u thai me dis- ; Bust of the voters with ih. randldacy or i Sir. Wllletl would hav? 1-- " ?tpre???d lo s?, irreal an extent In vote? against th"' other "andidat?? on Ih? Democratic ticket ' Mi \\ i,leu i hi i '? morral le [ ||r>k?l ..,." . 'inf.-.!: was the j ballot which made them stand or fall lo*| gether tr* not ' ??" ?light? ?i complain! I > make agslnst th? defeal ol all these ran? ?idate?, bul i' an) of them believe that i> rir defeat wa? d ie m the unponnlai Mr. Wlllett'i candldac; they mil?! res III". I ?.ow iiiu.-h bieti .- iron Id have h?-??n ! ?f we had had a fair ballot ?o thai ?very i ..n.'i.i i'"" m Iaht h," i" ?n measured a< , ,,i,i nc lo id? own ? rgard ?o hi? aseoclales 1 ' ? -* SALVATION ARMY EXPOSITION. In.in ih<* raommand of It.? nation?: I????-??, Commander Eva Booth, the HalvAtion Arm/ will bote in exposition of If*, work on naxt Tuiioday at Cbrnegte Hall. This win **?, practical!* ? dopllcate of ih*- *xp'??!u??r< h rid m fli*? Royal AH? it Htll. In I.*.r:*1..-i lat? spring Bverj dtpartsJMni of ? ?? ? ik wiu be *as-**sttntsd by igt*. pentomlme ?n*i llvtag picture? Th? national -laff bond ??-Hi furnish the mas?a This ? xpe-ition will h" th*? ruimlnaMrg event in the annual central - ongre?? ?f ?ft*. cera and s?ldl**rs Dr. Lyon's PERFICT Tooth Powder cleanses, preserves ?and beauti? fies the teeth, prevents tooth decay and imparts purity and fragrance to the breath. "A Triumph in Dress ? Evening Gowns and Wraps From the Wanamaker Paris Exhibition Each at Exactly Half Its Former Close4o-Cost Price THE more than two hundred Gowns and Wraps included in the sale represent less than one-third our direct importations this season. They are not models bought to be copied and duplicated- These were selected specially, and many of them created expressly by the areat artist-dressmakers of Paris, for our great Fashion Exhibition held recently in the Audi? torium which created a furore in all fashion circles. Selected lor the single purpose of making this exhibition the finest in fifty years, and without thought of profit, we offer them now at orices never before quoted so early in the season. <? Immediate selection is advised, as we ex? pect our out-of-town patrons will both telephone and telegraph?even our friends in Boston. This Is a Special Fashion Sale Prepared expressly l-OR The. The Opera Horse Show Coming Social functions at the Very Opening of The New York Season Probably nowhere in the world, and wc speak a? world travelers, having more than two score special ambassadors touring all countries each season in search of the new, has there ever been held an exhibi? tion of fashions to equal that made in the Wanamaker Auditorium a few Weeks ago. All the metropolitan newspapers gave large space to the event, one of them devoting t?) it almost two pages, calling it "A Triumph in Dress." Visitors came from cities as far away as Pitts bUFS and Cleveland and Boston. Merci.ants from farther points, having been notified by their alert New York offices, hurried to New York before this fashion exhibition Of fifty years would close. American fashion magazines pictured the gowns and we hear now that certain magazines in Paris and London are preparing to chronicle the occasion and to publish pictures of the exhibition. It is a fine com? pliment when the fashion cities of the old world turn to busy New York for their inspiration. And '.veil might the whole world come to this exhibition for inspiration, for here were gathered the genius of Paul Poiret. the present dictator of fashion the charm and originality of Madame Paquin. the woman of a century; the daring otiginality of Callot Soeuis and the classic creations of Jean Worth, the noble .?-on of a noble grandfather who established this famous house. Some People Did Not Understand this exhibition Importers and merchants frankly said: "How in the world are you going to make any money out of your lavish importations?" We replied this was not in our mind. Not many stores have the unbroken record of fifty years with the business still under the guidance of the founder and with the last of the fifty years the largest and most prosperous in its history. As a fitting crown to our Fifty Years, thi*. Fashion Exhibition was prepared. Wc had no thought of profit. .M*W We have none today. We are offering the remaining models now more than two hundred, ;mi?I ycl less than one-third of our entire dircel importations this season hs .1 compliment to anr many friends and as b return for the good will tbey bear us. Each Gown Is Unique Each Price Is Cut In Two "These air masierpicccs by famous makers,"" said a New York paper in writing **f the exhibition. Here, now,are these same masterpieces, offered at exactly half their marked price, as you may see by the original tags still on the garments. The original prices were intended to cover not much more than the original whole? sale cost in Paris, the dut) and the landing charges. You may figure out for yourself what the present prices represent to us?and to you. Prices Range From $50 to il,000 ? For Garments That Were $100 to $2,000 Qowns That Are Hussed It is not possible to exhibit and exploit' Gowns of such dainty character without some of ?hem getting soiled and slightly damaged. Such dresses in the collection that have been injured at all. although they are Signed Piris models, will be priced $25, $75, $100 and $150. A I <>rmcrl> i . Stewart ?\ (In JOHN WANAMAKER Second Flooi, Old Ruildin*;. Broadway, Fourth avenue, li??hth to Tenth street.