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THE SUN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1912.
DIAZ TAKES BLAME FOR
REVOLT ON HIMSELF
Toll Coiirt-Mni'tln. lie Alone Is
Itpxponsiblc for Vera Cruz
TWO OKTK'KRS EXECUTED
I'roMent MnuVro Kef uses to In
tercede for Kx-1'rcsidcnt's
Nt'iiliew, Is Kcport.
Mumoi ITrr, Oct. 26-Felix Dlust, th
XU.vIi.m tclie' lender, was put on trial
f,,r Ills life at Vera Cruz to-day at 5
o clock, loKOther with seventeen other
prlsP''iH. Ucn. Davlta Is presiding ovor
ilie iniut-martlal. It la understood here
noni late despatches that Lima and
Mlni-nll. two of Diaz's officers, were
executed early to-day. Government olll-
cri ttfitsed to give out any Informa-
Wins was the most composed member
ot till' pio:ip In court. He tukes upon
himself full responsibility for the rebel
movement. H sa'l to-day:
"1 am the only one responsible for
the movement. '. have known Col. Jose
Diaz (M'daz ue Many ytars and I won
him oor lo my kle. The other olllccr.i
did not know even the place to which
tlir) were bolnn taken. I had no accom
plice, since there was no time to mako
preparation for t!ie movement."
KITorts arc st"' belns made by men
hlsli In authority In Mexico to nave tho
life of the rebel leader. The Supreme
Court of McnIco to-day Instructed tlm
Jtidpc nt Vera Cruz to Insist on tho
fuspenslon of sentence of the court
martial. The Senate demanded ot Mndero that
Cabinet officer be sert to report on tho
mlllUiry trial of Diaz and the rebellion,
hut the President refueed. He recom
mended to tlie Benate that they sen.)
a committee fr any Information they
might desire. No action vas taken by
. commission of students called on
IMesldent Madero yesterday and pleadej
that the life of Diaz be spared If the
itttence of the court-martial had not
yn already carried out. as was In
.ne places reported. Madero refused
to accede to their reitest, at the samn
time characterizing Diaz cs one who haJ
rexoltcd on account of personal ambi
tion. He said also: "If the great President
Jaurez had been able to shoot Porflrli
Diaz, uncle of the man for whom you
now plead., Mexico would have been rid
of thirty years of tyranny and despot
ism. Felix Diaz jiovea a traitor H"
his uncle. Ills fate must remain In tha
hands of the court-martial.
- USKUB TAKEN
Continued from First I'nne.
REVOLT ANEW IN DURANGO.
Drfrnt Federals Klihllna
Washinoton. Oct. 20. revolutionary
arti itles have been renewed in tho State
of Durarigo, according to despatches
received at the State Department to
day. Rebels defeated 125 Federal soldiers
In un engagement near the city of Du
rango on Thursday.
Another body of 200 rebels was de
feated by Federals defending the town
of Cuencame. The fighting continued
through one day, heavy lot-sett being
ufTcred by each side. The Federal com
mander, Col. Gonzales, was among tho
killed. Revolutionists have destroyed
a large section of the Mexican Central
Railroad near Torreon, with tho result
that trafflo will be suspended indef
initely. Numerous rebel raids aro re
ported from Laguna and vicinity.
Reports that the Dei Moines, now at
Vera Cruz," is In' distress were denied
to-day at the Navy Department. All
is now quiet at tha City. The Fitato De
partment is receiving no reports con
cerning the case, of Gen. Felix Diaz,
the captured rebel leader, and is mak
ing no inquiries regarding tho disposi
tion of his case.
The gunboat Vickaburg. which has
been '-in Mexican waters on the went
coast for several .weeks, has been ordered
to return to San Diego, Cal. The Cleve
land, en routs northward from Cor in to,
Nicaragua, arrived to-day at Salina
Cruz, Mexico. The Denver sailed trom
Corinto to-day and will make stops at
Manzanillo and other Moxicon ports
on her way north.
"BUTCHERT CHIAPA FREED.
but found it necessary to occupy tho
helrthts on the right bank of tho river.
This was accomplished at 1 P. M., when
tho Turks in great disorder retired twelve
The whole. -Servian army wan not en
gaged. Tho Crown Princo took part,
in tbo lighting and wns constantly exposed
to danger. The Turks were .10,000 strong
Tho Servian artillery did splendid work.
At ono point it annihilated three squad
rons of Turkish cavalry.
Tho losses on fjoth sides were severe.
Tho Turks lost 5,000 in killed and wounded
and twelve guns. Tho Servians had a
great number of officers killed and wound
ed. Including two regimental commanders
and several battalion commanders.
In regard to the fighting at Novl-Bazar
it Is officially reported that the day after
tho capture, of the town by the Servians
tho Turks attempted to retako It.but were
repulsed and practically annihilated.
The Servian losses nt Koumanovo
were 2,000 killed and 900 wounded.
In the battle 500 Arnauts (Albanian
soldiers In the Turkish army) hoisted
their white caps on their rifles as a
token of surrender. A Servian detach
ment thereupon npproached within flf.
teen paces of the Albanian, when the
latter-fired on them. The Servian
thereupon bayoneted all of the Arnauts.
When the Servians entered Kouma
novo hidden Albanians fired on them.
SERVIANS TAKE USKUB.
Severe Flighting Brfnrp Thry rap
tor Important Turkish Town.
Special Cable Despatches to Tint Srv
Vranja (headquarters of the Servian
army). Oct. 26. The capture of Us
kub by the Servians was accomplished
to-day after nevere fighting.
Servians who have returned here
from the battle of Koumanovo tell how
a Servian artillery corps swept three
squadrons of Turkish cavalry out of
existence., They say they will never
forget tho sight of the men an.l horses
lying-mangled on the field together. A
large number of Servian oftlcrfs were
killed and wounded, hut most of the
wounded who have been tent here are
only slightly hurt.
BEiiiiAms, Oct. 2. Tt Is olllclnlty con
firmed that Uskub tins been captured bv
the Servians. The foreign consuls re
quested the Crown I'rlnce to protect thj
The news became known nt 7 o'clock
this evening and caused rlmmens:e Jublla.
tlon. A crowd marie a demonstration
In front of the residence of the I'remlcr.
TRY TO ISOLATE ADRIAN0PLE.
Bnlarnrlnn Seek, to C'ul Off Cnnatnn
Special Cable Despatch to The Six.
ViEN'Ka, Oct. 26. The correspondent
of the Ilcichpont with the Bulgarian army
is a military officer and he is sending borne
of tho best despatches from the front.
The paper received from him to-day the
best account of tho movement before
Adrianople. He says:
"After Gen. IvanotT had forced the
Turks behind the fortresses on the west
and north fronts by a series of fights on
tho 22d and 22d, he proceeded to lay siego.
In order to cut all t ommunication be
tween Adrianople and Constantinople
through the first lino north from tho
Maritza River over Koto ho established
another linn on the heights of llavaras
toward the Tunja River and took a posi
tion on tlw further aide of the Tunja
north of PravodiBmla. Ho then directed
a heavy flro on Cataldza heights on tho
northwest- front of Adrianople.
'Meanwhile a strong Unitarian column
advanced over Prevodija and Gadora
toward the Constantinople road and an-
' other column advanced along the right
' l. I . P ,L 1, nt i - a .
dmik ui iiiu .iiuriia iuve. , ain aiier
fierce fighting near Jurus Jujurli gained
possession of tho heights, west of Marash.
"Tho various columns are endeavoring
to establish communication one with
another, and when this is accomplished
Adrianople will be isolated.
"Meanwhile severe encounters between
the Bulgarians and Turks are occurring
in the woods. There is hand to hand
fighting in which' daggers alone aro used.
"Thero aro the strictest regulations at
Adrianople. The aged and tho invalids
have been sent away in anticipation of
a long siege. Any i one who spreads an
alarmist rumor is shot on sight."
gave orders that tho outlying forts should
be stormed and the city taken with a
rush. The Bulgarians Tire shed with
their brilliant capture or Kirk Klllsseh
and all their troops not encaged in the
operations before Adrianople are march
ing swiftly southward to meet the main
division or the Turkish army concentrated
about twent; -five miles to the south of
The casualties at Kirk Killsseh were
vory heavy. Many thousands of Mos
lems, ono report iuta It at 15.000. were
stain and tho Bulgarian losses are said to.
exceed 0,000. The Bulgars do not seem
to have taken as many prisoners as the"y
asserted and the absence of Turkish
officers among the captives that are being
sent back here is particularly noticeable.
SoriA, Opt. 26. There was much en
thusiasm here to-night over an official
statement Issued by the Minister of War
to the effect that the Bulgarians cap
tured fifty-right guns and 1,200 pris
oners nt Klrlt Klllsseh. They also took
a quantity of ammunition, two aero
planes and a portion of Mukhtar
MASSING AT ADRIANOPLE.
Turkish Report Mays Bulgarians Lost
lleaillr nt Mara.
Spedat Cable Despatch to Ts Sc.v.
Bkrmn'. Oct. 26. A despatch from
Adrianople. to the Tagtblatt dated :30
I-Ylday morning says the Turks were then
completing their mobilization. They were
remainging on tho defensive and there
had been no engagement up to that time
south or houtheast of Adrianople.
The fighting at Maras continued on
Thursday night and Kriday. The Bul
garian losses woro very heavy. The
bodies of tho slain were lying in heaps
on the battlefields both east and west
of Adrianople. Numerous Bulgarian
prisoners wcro arriving at Adrianople.
TURKS NOT YET MOBILIZED.
Fa in una 'Mrxlrnn Ilevolutlonlst Maya
.Mntlrro I'ardonril Illm.
Doi'i.lai, Ariz:, Oct. 20. Col. Fran
clico Chiapa, formor Protect of Moote
7wa, known as "Butcher" during the
Madero rovolution, arrived from Mexico
city to-day and stated that he hod been
granted full pardon by President Madero.
Chin pa be,came famous by his wanton
erueltv in endeavoring to suppress the
Madero revolution. He tortured and
killed Cal Talamantes and his two sons
IwaiiKfl they favored Madero.
PART OF ADRIANOPLE BURNS
CAPT. BRINKLEY DYIflG.
Kithor of .In pan .Hall" nnd Author
of Hooka on Oriental Toplca.
."Pfcifl Cable Despatch to The Sin,
Towfo. Oct. ?n.-Capt. Frank Brinkley,
editor of tho Japan .lai7nnd widely known
in the Orient as an authority on Japanese
affairs, is dying.
' apt Brinkley is foreign adviser to Nip
pon Viinen Kaisha and is the Toklo corro
t pendent of tho London Tlm-tH. He was
' 1 era in 1MI. When ho was 2fl years old
, lit foiinnaiided tho Royal Artillery of
'span. In 1871 he was appointed prin
cipal instructor or tho Marino Artillery
College m Toklo nnd later wbh mudo pro
(Mor of mathnmutlcH at tlio Imperial
'ngineering College, Tokio.
H v,u decorated ith tho Third Orders
f the liming Hun atul Saortxl Treasure,
was the author of "Japan" in 1901;
"Julian and China" in 1001 and an un
ahridgid lapanese-KngHHh dictionary.
Me has ,een proprietor nnd editor or the
J'lt-an Mail since ISSI.
Ih.iSIIHS MOM Tilt: CABLE.
"OMl: U ilium Mnrconl. tli nlrtlm In.
' ' " xiil lmo the military ho.plul
i"-ln nn Monday (.nr lh(. ryt n0
' Turin .fir nnulnlnc Intra for
l w Mill ku to Vlvniu to W fitter
n 11 Hr H I , j,.
On l. finUnns; a till rnrrlnl by flsh
-mm-ililr for . rntiil cholfra nutbrcaW
r. ,h hf itfprimfnt l"unf warnlne
,' j "" ran, u popular tualom
Bnlararlan SUrlla Flrr Krrllon of II r
Special Cable Despatch to The Sun-.
Stara ZooonA (Hoadquarters of the
Bulgarian army) Oot. 26. Outlying
sections of Adrianople to tho north and
northeast of the city are in flames to-day,
fired by Bulgarian shells. King Ferdi
nand's troops hoyo stormed and captured
tho'forts of Maras, Havaras, Siifilar and
Raragoeh and are throwing their shells
into the big city from these northern
strongholds, three and a half miles
Ono report has it that tho Adrianople
railroad station has Iwcn takn. The
Bulgars do not expect to bo long in front
of Adrianople. King Ferdinand is too
impatient to wait tor a prolonged siege
and it is understood that it was lie who
May The) 'II t.'onerntrute 400,000
Mm .rr C'onalant Inoplr.
Special Cable Deipateh to Tim Srv
CoNfiTANTiNOPLK, Oct. 26. Turkish
diplomats say that their army is not half
mobilized. Four hundred thousand men
will noon he concentrated near Constanti
nople, thoy say.
The Turkish authorities will hear no
talk of intervention as yet. The Ministers
discuRscd the matter yesterday and de
cided that things had not gone far enough
for a consideration of the subject.
Hasscin MilmI, former MinUter of
Justice, has been made Turkish Am
bassador to Austria-Hungary and hi
appointment taken to mean that the
Porte is making an effort to induce Austria
to adopt a more active policy in the Balkan
A 'telegram rrom Adrianople sent at
i P. M. Friday "bays thero had been no
fight inn before the city on Thursday
night. On Friday large bodies of Bul
garians had been seen racing the northern
and western defences. , It is supposed
they were strengthening their position
to the northeast.
There has been an accident on the
Adrianople railway line near Seidler. A
military train ran into a flock of sheep and
the locomotive jumped the tracks. The
clearing of the line will require twenty-
The tramcar service has been discon
tinued owing to tlio scarcity of horaes,
these animals having been taken by the
Government for the cavalry and artll
lcry. Carriage horses have also been
requisitioned and much discomfiture
has been thereby caused to stout Turks
who are unaccustomed to walking.
The appointment of ex-Grand Vizier
Hussein Hllml to the Ambasyariurnhlp
at Vienna Is Interpreted here to lie a
TiirKlsii iiia ror Austria s support in "a
more active policy in the Balkan situation."
There was a special session of the
Cabinet this evening to consider the
military situation. Several members of
former Cabinets were brought In for
A telegram received from Naztm
Pasha this evening says: "The sltua
tlon of the eastern army Is satisfac
tory. News from the western army
Nazlm Pasha gives no detail of the
fighting by these armies.
AID F0R TURKISH WIDOWS.
Wife of British Ambassador at Con
stantinople Makes Appeal.
Special Cable Detpatch to Tits Sin.
Constantinople, Oct. 26. Lady Low
ther, wife of the lirltlsh Ambassador
here, has issued an appeal for help
for Turkish women and children who
arc sufferers by the war. She says
that subscriptions should be addressed
to "Lady Lowthers Wur Relief Fund,
50 Cornhlll, london, Knslund."
KREISLER TO BE SOLDIER.
lollnlat Told by Anatrlan (ioirrn-
mrnt to Br Heady,
Special Cable Detpatch to Int. Scs,
Bristol, Kngland, Oct. 26. While
Krelsler, the violinist, was playing at
the musical festival here to-day ho re
ceived official notice to hold himself
In readiness to servo In the Austrian
FRENCH HOPES IN WAR.
I'nprrs Point to German as Turkish
Special Cable Detpatch to Tin Sin.
Paris, Oct. 26 Franco may not decide
where her political sympathies ought
MAP OF ADRIANOPLE AND VICINITY
htfAVARAS . .1 w '
vu;rrlfi If" Vf I
4 1 Hir bi
'"'.-'cS: . .
The positions of Karagarh, Sufllur, . and wrst, have been captured by tho
iiuigariann. The uulgarlan army.
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Havnras and Narlas, dominating the
fortress of Adrianople from tho north
ins south to Baba-Kskl.
to lie in regard to'tho Balkan war, but
the sentimental leaning cannot bo doubted.
There is ono point which tho press
never misses the opportunity of under
lining on every possible occasion. Tho
papers invariably recall the fuct that
Turkey cbce flerman officers to instruct
her army and thpy also add to every refer
ence to the terrib'.o effects of Bulgarian
artillery that it Is Creusot against Krupp.
TURKS BUTCHER CHRISTIANS.
Ottoman Army Karaites From
Prlrla and llrtrrata.
Special Cable Detpatch to Thk Sex.
Larihsa (headquarters of tho fireek
army), Oct. 20. Tho Turkish army that
the Greeks thought they had Kittled
up in tho shadows of Mount Pelnn is
retreating and, according to tho Greeks,
butchering Christians on tho way. The
report comes, here that the Greek army
has captured several more towns in south
The Greek lostes ut the battlo or tho
Pass of Samnaporo amounted to eighteen
offloors and 189 men killed, while forty
ofliccra.and 1,000 men wore woundcu.
Two Greek army corps nre pursuing
the Turks along tho road to Janlna.
Tho Greeks have now occupied Strl
vlna. Athens, Oct. 26. American Greek
volunteers arrived at l'atras Saturday
on board the steamship Madonna. They
Immediately entrained for. the front un.
dcr command of Lieut. Phocas.
INDIAN MOSLEMS ALARMED.
Srirn of Turklali Drrrnta lu llnlknna
t'anara i'miatrrnat Ion,
Special Cable Detpatch to Tlir. Six.
Himla, Oct. :6. Tho excitement among
the Indian Moslems is growing with the
news of Turkish defeats In tho Balkans.
Leaflets in Arabic. Purslnn and Urdu
aro lining widely dintrlbuted uud the
circulation of sorao of the native news
liters of Calcutta has (piadrupled.
There have licen largo Moslem meetings
at the principal centra. Thero wcro two
to-day ut Delhi and Bombay. About
S7S.000 waH subscribed to tho lied Crescent
RUMANIAN CABINET OUT.
Crlala Klin's In View of Mrrlouanraa
of Kslernnl I'olltlea, '
Special Cable Despatch to Tns Srv.
nt:citAnu3T, Oct. 26. Tho Itunwnlan
cilsls of tho last two weeks ended to
night with tho resignation of tho Cabi
net. Tho political parties liavo burled
tho hatchet In consequence of tho
grave external situation. The army
corps on the frontier has been ordered
to be ready und alert.
fell to-day nt Tarnow, In Austrian ter
ritory. One of the officers was killed
nnd the others were seriously Injured.
They were taken to a hospital under a
Spying Is regarded as a serious mat
ter Just now In view of the Austro-Itus-slan
relations over the Balkans.
WOULDN'T MISS GREEK MINERS
If All of The in Shnnlil (io
to I'lKht I he Tnrks.
Operators and others In the coal in
dustry who wero Interviewed yester
day did not take serously the talk of
Greeks end Bulgarians deserting tho
anthracite mines to go to Europe and
fight tho Turks. A representative of
one of tho largest coal carrying com
panies said that nt n recent census taken
of the mine worker. in the anthracite
districts it wns shown that out of 170,000
mltiH workers only 3,000 were Greeks.
"Even if all tho 5,000 Greeks would go
and fight the Turks, n wildly improb
able supposition." ho said, "it would
not mean much compared with tho total
number of people employed."
Others took tho same view.
NO DANGER TO AMERICANS.
Aniliaaandnr nt L'nnatnnllnoplr
1 laca WnahlllKtiin on War.
Wahhi.vcito.v, Oct. 20.- Americans in
tho intorior of Turkey aro in no danger bo
cause of the war in tho Balkans, according
to ii despatch received at tho Stato De
partment to-day from Ambassador Ilock
hill at Constantinople. Tho despatch was
sent in respensa to nn inquiry.
RETURN HOME FROM FRANCE.
RUSSIAN "SPY" KILLED.
Arroplmir With Three Oftlerra Knlla
in Austrian Territory.
Special Cable Detpatch to Tils Si'X.
which enptured Kirk KlUased Is march-l LcMauta, Austria, Oct. 26. A Run
flan military biplane with three officers
Chnrlea I'nne llryim AniniiR- Those on
Mi-nincr l.n I'rnvrnrf,
Special Cable Despatch to Tun Si'
1,'akis, Oct. 20. Charles I'ago Hryun,
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred U. Vanderbllt nnd
I tola ml Knoedler sailed fur New York
to-day on tlm steamer I.a Provence.
Tod l'ord, Jr., of California, n member
of the Agricultural Credit .System, who
lum been irt Eiiropo getting data on land
banks, has taken up aviutiou, n has
mndo several cross-country flights in
monoplanes nnd biplane and hopes to
quallfy font pilot's license before return
ill!! to Pasadena nt tho end of November.
Miss Fanny Itecd gave a ten on Thurs
day In honor of Ambassador and Mrs.
Herrick. Among the guests were Lady
Paget, the Counters of Sessions, Mrs.
Hurlhurt, Mrs. Leo, Mrs. Van Vulken
buttih, Marshall Field, CO, Hart, Baron
Kitten und Tony Drexel,
BARONESS ZIEGESAR SEAS,
Sln Was Formerly Hnaan l.ardner ot
Special Cable Dispatch to Tin Sex.
Pahis, Oot. 20. Bareness .legesar. nfa
Urdner, ot New YorR. died here to-dav.
PRINCE WINS BLACKMAIL SUIT, mlllanc. her mother and Krelo were ar.
j ru.ted at Ilasel. j
Mnnlrh nirl. Her .'MutUi-r nnd n fio- Th" court was lenient nnd let thV'
two wemen off with n sentencu of threa.
weeks Imprisonment. Krele was serif
to Jail for three months. '
1,1. QHAKPENTIER HONOSES. -
lietu'ren Sent In I'rlaiin,
Special Cable Detpatch tit The Sex
Tlcn, ft T 'Dir. Irllmnnl t,l I.T..J.
thai to-day concluded a trial for black-1
mall In which I'rlnce Ferdinand of !
Unvnrla, husband of the Infanta Marie . . . ; . .
Teresa, a sister of Kluc Alfonso who ' """""t,r s"--" Wnnirt l the,
died last month, was the plaintiff. French Ittxtltutr.
It was alleged that I'rlnce Fer.llnnnd fp'einl Cable Dtsrn'tch to Tin: Six
before his marriage had a liaison with, lVluS, Oct. 2d. Thoru was uiuibuaV
.1 pretty Munich girl, named M ixl-' Interest to-day in tho election of u mem
mlllane Wlllgruber, and that there wis ber of the Institute to replace M. Massenet,'
a baby, who Is now 6 years old. When! tho composer, who died last Aus-uefi"'
Prince Ferdinand married the Spanish , becapso tlm music section of the AcademV
princess In 1906, according to the story, or I'ino Arts, which tlraws up tho 11-t q'J
he sent Maxlmlllnnc $j.-100, to be dl-1 randidatrs, excluded Gustavo Charen-(.
vlded between herself nnd tho baby, tier, the romposer of "Koui.se," The
She quickly went throush the money ;otur actions, KiinliiiR, scul)lure, en-
and when no moro was forthcoming . cnivintf an,i architecture, to which thV
Fho wrote a story of the liaison in tho (list was submitted, added t'harpcntier'H
form of a novel. This was edited by , name. X
a man named Krele,
to suppress the book.
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una i ...,v- , ,,u..,u... ,.arn roceivtu 0 votes iuici si. aiessager
uainnuii iiiiij.. , ... ...... .....-i un.. inri-u. ur til will wpt,Tt, .1.
nnd he approached j t t'm election this afternoon Charpen-
nml nslted for $r,,000 I "-r ,w,w i0,f ,"? i"0""1'1 "a.llot;,-
Instead of doing I :V.- r,,,i i ,., . ' Vi ' ' ., ., .
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