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THE SUN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1912.
POWERS LOATH TO
Ciiittlnuol from Flr.it Page.
for n truco Is expected to-night or to
morrow mornlnc. The mnln condition
of tho onniHtlco in a guaranteed under
taking that tho Ottoman nrrny will
rcceivo no further reenforeements.
Then pcurc ncRotiationH will begin.
Telegrams from Sofia describe the
public opinion there and the opinion in
official circles un not hopeful of a favora
ble outcome of the negotiations. Bul
garian sccpticimii, however, is no trust
worthy prognostic of the impending
To my knowledge, four days ago King
Ferdinand's Ministers had no hope that
tho Turks would sue for peace before
tho utter failure of tho lost stand by the
Turks at Tchataldja and perhaps not
even then. Indeed, tho npprehension
that tho Turks could not be got to con
fess defeat and to appeal to their ad
versaries for a truce constituted the
most serious preoccupation of the Bul
I am told that an unexpected welcome
turn of affairs has been brought about
by tho Russian Ambassador to Turkey,
who, acting on M. SazonofT's instruc
tions, urged Xoradunghian Pasha, the
TurVish Foreign Minister, to take time
by tho forelock and request the Bul
garians to stay their progress and to
discuss peace terms. Prompt action
of this kind, he argued, would alone
avert the triumphal entry of the allied
troops into Constantinople, which the
Moslems regard as an abomination and
desolation1 and the Russians them
selves contemplate with mixed feelings.
Wcro it only because appalling nias
nacres might be provoked Xoradunghian
Pasha, who is u shrewd nnd resource
ful Armenian, discerned tho wisdom
of tho proffered advice, which was re
enforced by a promise of friendly of
The Bulgarians are delighted that
Turkey has humbled herself before
her former vasials and has diseiised
them from the perilous necessity of
carrying on the war until the complete
exhaustion of the enemv
arc pleased at the prospei
historic mosques at
from the "desecration"
liturgy, and tho litisians .1
to have been abln to
wil i, is understood, treat
collectively. Their terms.
in the outlines sketched !
by M. Daneff. the president of the Bui-
karian lower house, will be charae-!
... . . ..
, , A. , 1
iiieu uy iiioueniiion and wm include
u comniercml treatv, iln- regulaiion i
or the religion- endowments of tho
Moslem population, assiiiuptiou of n
certain portion of the Turkish debt.
exchange of prisoner, retention of j
the territories occupied with the ex-,
ception of those which the great Powers
...111 .1. , . . :
win ueui wiiu inemseives. iuki lastlv
the war indem.uty. on wlu.-h Bulgan.i
lays stress. Parallel with the dite.-t
exchange of views the belligeients and I
the Powers lire inechaiiicallv con- 1
tinning the work of mediation, winch
imti now iiecome supernuotis.
Itespecling the fate of Constanti'implo
nothing can yet be aflinned with certi
tude beyond the extreme probability
that it will remain the capital of the
shrunken Ottoman Krnpire, but possi
bly under international control. This
.suggested modification of the ivgime
Hgainst which the Turku are certain to
protest with vigor commends itself to
home as the only efficacious means of
safeguarding those Weighty interna
tional interests which converge in the
Tin.' majority of the Powers uie con
cerned., for reasons that lie near the
surface, that Turkey in Asia remuin
intact and as pouertul as she may be,
but I am convinced that the changes
which will cnsiietheretoo will cut deeper
into Kuropo.m politics than is generally
BULGARS REACH KIL10S.
I'utli on In Shores of Hniporna Willi
ml Srrlona Oppntltlnn,
'h'tial f'nhle ruipatcfi lo Tar 8r.
Lo.snox, Nov. 15. Draw a line from
KII.IOS, where the-waters of the Boiporuii
Sn-.ilt, the "row fordi" (low Into tho
lll.uk Sea, overland to Kuchuk-Cliem-ejke
on ihe .Marmora Sea, and you fol
low the positions of the Bulgarian army,
whose troops aie now within eighteen
inllr of Ihe Sultan's capital.
At the centre before Tchataldja forts,
whi le cholera Is stalking through the
Turkish army, taking nearly as many
V( t!ln as the shells of the allies, Is the
mutit iirin.v of tho Kulgars. To their left
nl the south Is ihe southern army strug
gllnx for the possession of Kuchuk.
Ch.mu-Jke, and the advance guard of the
noMhcrn uriiiy at Klllim In said to be
inarching tow-aid ihe capital without
jtuv. opposition so far.
Despatches Hay that when the ilulgars
t-ltino to KiIIph I hey found thci o only
the' crew of a Turkish Jlfe. saving sta
tipu. The crew evidently born In mind
lln-ir vocation, for the despatches say
brleily, "The crew left when the Uul
Cholera at Tchataldja and Conslanil.
iiople Is doing more than all ihe men
undrr Nai-liu I 'neon to stop the march
of ihe llulgar-i. Kyrw Uneoecs tell of
iioitlble 'i-i lies In the beleaguered fort,
v. hen hmidieds of bodle-j of vIcIIiuh of
il .i - nro piled into shallow
i rem he.-.
I Is doubtful if Mng Ferdinand will
risk the lives nf any mole of his men
FARTHEST POINTS OF BULGARIAN ADVANCE
A part of the Kutgarlan army yes
terday occupied Klllos, shown In th
map at the northern entrance of the
tlosporus and nbottt eighteen miles from
Constantinople. Their advance from
there southward to the .Sultan's capital
should be comparatively easy, as there
by marching them Into a plague
stricken city, and there Is a report that
already many of the Bulgarian troops
have been stricken with cholera which
thvy caught In positions from which
the- had ousted the diseased Turks.
Constantinople stills awaits her fate
with the calm of de.ipalr. 80 far. In
spite of alarmist reports, there has len
no great disorder there.
11 lu imlldf.l (l.a, 1..,ll. .(Ill '
round Monasttr, where is contenlrated
tuai .1 iniiiir ti,i (tiKr.-i
tile main strength of Turkish arms lnlvoys nf the Powers. This Is a part of
j .Macedonia. It Is said that the Servians'
ate awaiting the arrival of the Crown
1'rlnce. who Is coming fresh from a tri
umphal protespfon lu captured I'rilene.
where flowers were strewn In his path,
1 lie only details of the fighting round
Monastlr tell of a division of Hivlan
n.dga.lans acting with the Servians and '
-nji,'"".", T Xcc!rrding Um m
informa'th.n heie. t'he Hniirai-Uns l1''! :
slN positions within tiiu Tchataldja ,
" the road from 'IVrkes to Conslanil-I
f. ... t. ,,I9(II11I
cavairv acuin; us nn uilnn.. i.nnt.1 .... I iu. i.-.. i.. i... i !' n.
. The Turks '""uterlng a Turkish column at He- Minister to tlelgimle. while it. Kugenl- 1 "tu.. . ,)L : VtV-ri" i I N'" 1 "rU" ''"''"""'
I . ' " ' .iirintlilti' "Hill" ll.l- i.'-r-ll ,1 (l l r I, I ....,.. ., ....... 1
t ofBavl..,rlbe .',., e '""V1""" I'-sleged ades l,.,s been made Minister to Celtlnje. .,im,1Ul" , ' ',. ' . . , ' ' i t ...ler Wm.
t of savlngthe Icity. The Turks bad the mUantnue ,.f vv...i i i. .1 J..'"1 V"1"'1'"1- l'',sp,lt fl" ,,!' "llH
ConstantilloDlelnrtlllery. but Ibey were o.-.tfl.nked by fjr..i, i, ..,V.i , V. ,. ' . , . "r'-'k ami a sp.eacl of d'srav I visited The soueallng of newl,rn pigs, the
of the Christian S,T" ""V'""' nnd forced , retire p,nlnsula of .vihos. eiglxy miles ...u.h-' s ,'i , , n!T tiv v e T 'U ' "1"a""i? "f Vrhe and "U' vro"lnK
'mini the inn n urinv n V,ii., l,l ti.-,-.. ' .. - .. . ... .... .. . . . fopiiia. ' ' '". sjve fui t'le PiinnTi" i .,, n...,...i t i- Mi., ,i,. i-
no not sorry I floundering h, the fi,,,ds,hat the ecent, 2 C . V' ' ' ,Vr" ar.V . . .v..,! fr .ellgions cereuiunles. the "c"" . ' , ' Z "
nuple. Seven miles to the northwest ,,rh'
iiauemKeui a loiumn under (Jen. Koxat-'
cheff after three hours of lighting oc
cupied the town of K.ivnl.i on November
Is In be
Ihe occupation of l)ede.igai-h
, qilM .rkrrr
,.,, ,,,, ,r,l.A ,0 Tul
Co.sstntimi'i.k. Nov. ir, - cholera Is
1,11:1 spreading In the Sultan's cuplt.il,
Tchaialdja the prevalence of the .lis
e.ie anions tile tioois is terrible. Ii
leporteil that there are more than .Im)
cases dally and the total number e-'
line tlie disease undermines ihel
Turkish defenees u,.,l u ..... .. '
rhA Tii.Ij. .1..... ,, ....
- - ( r-- jur 111
believed thai Ihe llulgarlans will de
liberate a long time before they send
their army Into a plague stricken city.
King Ferdinand cannot spare troops in
the present and even a temporary oc
cupation of Constanllople by the Hub
garlans seems remote.
An eyewitness at Tchataldja says that
he saw- 23 bodies of thol.-ra victims
flung In one hlg trench outside the
headquarters of the Turkish commjnder
theie. He says the bodies were dragRed
to the trench at th'j end of long hooks
and thrown In Indiscriminately.
It Is the stern application of martial
law, together with the apathetic deipalr
of tin. Moslems that Is preventing the
expected outbreaks at Constantinople.
A itumanlan warship has Joined th
fotelgn fleet here. Ambassador' llock
hlll has received word that all Ameri
can missionaries in the Interior of the
country are safe.
London, Nov. IB. Mr. Ashmcad-Ilart-Int,
the correspondent of the iMHy
't'elcjrapH at Constantinople, sends to
his newspaper n long despatch which
Ihe date, November 12, deprives of
much Interest, 'p.ie despatch deals with
the situation In Constantinople and con
tains specubtlons as to what will hap
pen after the Hulgnrlans have pierced
tho Tchataldja lines, The despatch con
tains the following:
"An atmosphere of resignation to the
Inexorable decrees of fate has settled
over Ihe Imperial, civil and military au
thorities. All seem Incapable of further
efforts io save the State and have be
come ptepossessed with tho Idea that it
Is not written In the book of fato that
the Stute will be saved. European Tur
key Is regarded as lost beyond recall
and the little emotion of which Turkish
character Is capable la devutod to shed
ding a few mild tears over the possl
blllly of losing even a portion of Con
stantinople. "Life goes on as usual In the Pera
district and In (lovcrnment circles It Is
tho same slow- and even round, which
no emergency can quicken. Ho apathetic
are the Turks themselves over the dis
aster which brought about the fall of
Ihe empire that they seem Incapable, of
malting one tim.l effott lo nave aoiae
thing from thn wreck.
wo near no more of dying In
last fulfil ;u Tchatiih la. The TorU,
1.,,,.... ,..r....ii. 1 1 .....
' i" 'I'm iii-ii 1 fnt 1 Hisaui.ti iTie '
Ilulaitrlan anillerj timv are lielpl,..., ul I
Unit the rabble wiilrh p.H.es under ,),.,
name uf n dtmy will he driven hiu'lc '
' l'.'ii ill-ll mm ui;,il.I I In n 1
are no defences worth mentioning.
The southern army Is still encaged
with the Turks at Nuyuk-Tchekmedohe,
on the Sea of Ma mm to, while the centre
Is engaged to the north and south of
Tchataldja. It will be seen from the
map, where the Hulgnrs nro. repre
Into Constantinople whenever the Itnl
garlsns care to press home their at
PEACE OFFER IN ATHENS.
(rrrk Meet l.nnii 'rer on
llnine nf Monatlrrlra.
.Sptrult t llnptltl h to Tim Sl
Ati.kns. Nov. lS.-on-ers of mediation
. were reetled here tu-ilay from the en
the arranged gtueial step toward peaie
In the llalkans. The offer come, to the
(Ufek C.overnment as It came to the
11 the Pmvers . iiol-
other allies, through
(at Ihe reqiieit of Tu
M. faiiuaiiiamatouiiiibiM has been an.
pointed flreel; Minister at Huih.irest, M.
nrr' Ihipe '
'Hie Vreek steamer a, Sebast,,,,,., to.
,l,,v for '"""'""''l!" m join
'e ieek tleet In TurkNh watets
uie iweni noien
... ,' , ,.
AUSTRIAN FIRED ON SLRBS.
4 usl r See Ian '
rtttal rihlt h" trill in Tut Si -Vik..,
Nov. IS. -The Incident ai the
town nf I'rNier.il. where Hi Air-trim
,.(,1M1 i,.wnu.Jt ,H,J ,;.
Servians, threatens lo i omplli .it. Hie
present Austio-Servlan lilltb ulty.
M. Slmltcli, the Servian Minister heie.
has formally complained to the l-'oteigu
iiltlce against Ilrir I'roclusaa. saying
' that he fired on the Seivlan tr.iopi' f i mil
! his tesiileiue when the Seihs cipturcd
I'llsreml. The Foreign "nice prom sed
to n eitl.'(te, but Killed the atttntlon
of M. .Slmltcli to the protest nf the for
elgn Consuls at Vsktib against the Ser-
lan military offlceis who htndereil Ihe
Ci.lisols evrelslnv tht.tr nffti-tnl .IiiiIam '
i M. Slmltch undertook to make an In-i
ll U alal,! li.r. tl.t. 11. ..r 1 l.nul.d r
'was .i-fendlng Ihe Albanians, numbers!;'
1 .. ...i.n. i. ... .- i . ... . .
. eaiius -ims aim aiiiing me W -
has disappeared. Several altempls lo
communicate with him have failed.
Among the numerous iinooiillrmalile
rumors In circulation here to-night Is
one that llerr I'rochaska had been mur
dered. Another report Is lo rhe effect that
Servla, far from reducing h"i- ibiii.imN
fur ports on the Adilatlc. additionally
claims ihe town of Valona, In Albania,
and a seaport on the Adriatic. Its har
bor ! the beM on the Albanian coast.
BULGARS WON'T ENTER CITY.
TnrLUh Position nl Tehalaldja Ite
pnrlrd Alisolatrlr Hopeless.
Sptclal t'alile linpMth lit Tar Si
London, Nov. 16. The correspondent
of the Koctiilsclte Zeititnp at Constanti
nople states that Hulgaiia has aban
doned bar Intention of occupying Con
stantinople as a consequence of (he
vigorous action taken by Busla and
Cre.it Krltiiltt at Sotla
The correapondint of the Dnllu Xctr.i
and Leader at Constantinople, on the
other hand, quotes the Turkish Foreign
(mice as stating thai If ihe territorial
conditions offered prove acceptable there
will be no dlfllcult In arranging some
form of entry by the belllgeient troops.
As f.ir as the Turkish Government l
concerned this probably means, adds th
correspondent, that tthe question of an
entry has already been settled.
The correspondent ot the l)all)i
Chronicle, telegraphing under yester
day's date, sava that the Turklah Min
isters yesterday (November II) and to
day (November IS) held a long and
anxloua meeting, at which the reports
from the commanders at the front were,
considered. These reports statu bluntly
that tho Turkish position Is absolutely
Tchataldja cannot hold out for man
daya at brat. The correspondent says
that cholera has played Immense havoc
within the Turkish ranks. The sanltarv
l omuiinmj uie uepioraiiie. Vestcrrtiiy'fi ,
inoriauiy ainoiinicii iq L',000. 1
, The correspnmlenl procs on to Ray;!'f
iiti.. n..Hi.iuu . .
1 .un .iiiimiii -.ijNiiiirfiim-rc ure in ije.
lpalr, It In Imposwlhle tu tay tlie
; ini rrnMn oi iu terriiiie virliatlon of I
jlhe dlteiike, which ha appeareil In the I
niodi vir rni lonn. 1 hi-ii,jiiia 1, 1
" "R""'". Tlm.-e
l,,v V1!"1?" H'T m"ly ,n '"" '
i"'eitl.m 1 iMtnnt
ii,. -. 1 in'- e iiiiiivai-ii
H i" 'i'i-i
sented by crosses nnd the Turks tiy
crescents, that lliilgarlans plan to work
around the strong Turkish defences
(the forts arc shown by piiuarc) and
thus approach Constantinople from the
north and foulh, leaving a strong force
to ensnse the attention of Xaxlm
Pasha's main army In the centro.
at the fmnt nnd remains cMranrdl-
, narlly calm. Hu.lne. continues as u'tial
and the music hall- and other places of
amiixeiiHiit aie flll.d nightly with gay
'crowds, as though there was nothing so
remote as war. Xcllilii? more unlike a
city with an enemv' hammering at It
i gates ran be Imagined.
It Is estimated that .Vl.UOU refugees
'V.,. .e. " '..'"
.,uui ,11,- iitnL-iuniiiiii; on me nni;in
"The s,mll.ity uriangements In the
" . . ' ; ..
, '""''' tiise,e
l Inevitable. The plight ..f the lefuees.
tH 'hlfl fnr llu-mselves as reg.iuls
f"",, ""n1 clothing. Is deplorable and
. . . " "Ti.ie .too
1 !!i.J",!, Z'Z '" . ,"S Ul"y
present a most pitiful spectacle.
rooking ulld dolus all sons of worl
Another tepor: from ou-taiitinup!,'. '
under iLue of Nov ember is. contrary to1,
the Ihiiln t'ln unit U''. c-orresponile.H. I
.1.,, .i ii... """""'i.
slates lM.it the cholera l of .1 ioiiip.ir.i-
tj'ely mild iyp
Sixty per cent, of
SERVIA'S REPLY OUTLINED,
N nl I mi 1 nrin
Nile.. II I,
I'll ,tt'rr lr.l,l. 'I',' V
I.'iMmn, Nin. til. The i o: respondent
Ibe London Tihh .it Vienna tele-i
"Tiere Is reason so liei;e that while i
'lol piislinely lejei-iln the AiHtro-
lltiiigarljn slandpulnt, the fi'i ihcomlnv
Si rv Ian leply to t.i,. re. "ill lepn-s-nta-linns
of Ihe Austilun diploiiiailc iv;re-
sen. alive. Me;-r d'l'gron. w'.ll u.h cu re
spond to the Auslro.liiiug.iliaii vvUhes
,N"e "IT ie!es, though! probable that.
Ihe Sen Ian noie will ailord a base I ,.-1
further neKotl.r.lons. I
sta:'''1 !!' ''tfoimed
.....lie in.aiie.s inai in.- .Mi.-u an ..ov-
ernmetii Is now mi lined to admit that i
'-''"'I'"3" coiifeienee will p,4,t.alily,
t' iii.i . in sn r no I r ri'l lieioeill oi
Ihe new situation In the Italkan Inns-
- ,,,,,,,, ., ,., ... .. .
' . . i, , . , , i" . ' , "-'"':'l''-"l -hows vegetables of uuumiuI I
1 1 endt-led totally obsolete bv the i cstrut.- I
jllon uf Turkey in Km ope. Nothing Im
.been decided In ivgard lo tho inculi..,
place of the eventual conference, al
though diplomatic ..pinion liivors the
capital of a small Stale, posshv Ih us
sels." The lielgrade . on cspontlenl of the
"Diplomatists reguitl the situation as
The correspondent of the 'lime with
I tin Turks at Tchal.ildia vv.it-s:
I "I have been able to ascertain from
personal ohrft-rv'utlou that Ibe llulgar
Inns aie constructing Held w.u ks west
of I'apas llin-gas. These operations
attract an occasional shell lire from
the Turkish vvurahlps off Kalllkratla.
The Turkish front appears to me lo be
capable of disputing any funhi-r ail
v a m e.
"The evidences of disorder which
marked the rapid retreat of a fortnight
ago are not found in this part of the
iin.u ti., uiiin.. I- i.-.i.,., i . .
. . . . . m- funi ,ivr(, in iuih lilt, lilt llll)
along the entire front and
weather has greatly helped the Turks to
lecovcr from the
olTeetH uf tin pant
"All Is quiet along tills front. The
Turkish olllcers talk of a combined
(ireek and Bulgarian descent on the
Dardanelles as likely to be the closing
eplcode of this war."
AS ONE MAN SEES THEM
'I'nrUn Krr Well I u I iir il nnil
l-'pil Ollipm DIITit.
"Jlrnrl Cablt fitumlch In Till. S
IiOMion, Nov. 1U. Thn i iii TSMinili'ii'
uf till? llailu .Viifs.s with till' 'I'lll'liN at
"I ant i-amplni? In nn uunnni-il Nillagf
tu the rrnr of llir main TurklMli mI
tinn. I.unt tilRlit I ri-.-oniinltrcil anil lu
rutfil n niimbfr uf IninuarH ulth 'I'uili.
nti ucropliinpM, The TuiMhIi nrmy l
RfttlnB Into It, Ml l.le. TI,.- men nrv ,
well fed, well hliellcii-d, in uplemild
NplrllH, well Intivmhrd ami tin- Held'
Wl"" arc prnicneu 11 -nrin.. Uc. TlK-
iiuikhi iiiiih are lu 11 Htruuu iorltluu wi-hl
I'apus HunjiiH, marly live mlh.s to
.1. ,l..l I. II.. .. .... .. I
- rwum 1 1 ii.uuiuju. ni-iirp un 1110
PVe "f " Krent flKht, and tills Is the firm
,ln; 1 " inui an uiiumiin xui vetm
' I'nmlnenl "
11 tne i,jvir.i, i-u 1 e i ninueii s reiim.
- i-iiui -1
'ati - uinte II ma.v be im-uiu that ,
I'Tfl" to the reeenUy iirrlM-il nenfori-e.
menia irom aw .iiinur, wmi.se siiod t-
pearance was previously commented
The ttaltii Telegraph prints to-day a
deapatch from Constantinople undar
date of November II, which says:
"Nearly the whole diplomatic body
us well as the foreign nttlccrs In the
Turkish service consider that, practi
cally speaking both the Macedonian
army and the Turkish army of Thrace
hnvo ceased to exist. As regards the
army of Thrace the foreign ofllccrs In
' I Iw. Tilt! lull unrt'lnn U'ftn rnnnnllv
made a private reconnolsalice In the
direction of the Tchatntdja lines, nnd
who proceeded as far as HInckll, gave
me a painfully conclusive description of
this army In retreat, They describe It
as an Immense human herd, a shape
less muss of troops, old men, women,
children and cattle shambling along In
the deep mud without a trace of older
and apparently without ofllccrs.
"The only effective forces therefore
ivliloli Tnrlfrv run nut In line nre frrmli
Nlzams and Itedlfs from Trcbl.ond and !
Ur.eroum. Are these sufficiently strong
with artillery to permit a serious de
fence of the twenty-five mites over
which the forts extend? That Is the
GREEK QUEEN ASKS AID.
Appeals to fulled Mates for tied
l'ros I'' and.
The situation of dlstrcs in Macedonia
as a result of the war in the llalkans has
become so acute that Queen Olga of
(Ircece, through Ihe Clreek Legation at
Washington, has sent an urgent appeal
lo this country for aid. Acting on her
suggestion a movement has been started
to raise funds for the relief of Ihe suffering
families who have been left homeless
through the devastating retreat of tho
This movement is known as "The Amer
ican Fund for Ihe Belief of Destitue Fam
ilies of the (Ireek-Turkish War." and the
treasurer is HrecU Trowbridge, 5'.'7 Fifth
avenue, to whom contributions should be
made. All funds will be transmitted
through the American Red Cross and the
Department of State at Washington.
Queen Olga is cooperating with the I'nlon
of (iieeU Women in the relier oflort.
Kvery contribution will lie acknowledged.
The fund is under the patronage of a
number of well known women who have
nil contributed largelv They are Mrs.
W. K Vanderbilt, Mrs'. William Douglas
Slosne, Mrs. Douglas itobinson, Mrs. Cor
nelius Vanderbilt. Mrs. Kdmund Baylies,
Mr Cortland! Bishop, Mrs. R. nurnside
Potter. Mrs (! nod hue Livingston, Mrs.
Willard .Straight and Mrs Breck Trow
bridge It is stated in the appeal that unless im
mediate relief is had thousands of deaths
vill result in Macedonia and all through
"17 region ot iiqstuill from starvation.
alreadv claim.Ht many victims. In its
r,.reat Ihe defeated Turkish army burned
more than forty villages where Chridians
! AIR OF THE FARM IN ABMOBY.
huh, w here are wont to be heard only the
eiho-s of marching feet and of clashing
... . . ,
"New Vork s Second A ii luiu I Land
uow,- uie most important activity ot
i the Anu-ilcan Land and Irrigation l:x-
posIUon. has come to Hie house ot war
j n,.'w' vik State has an exhibit v.hlth
Includes n herd of twelve pi lite 'rattle,
a tbs-k of Shropsl-'ie sheep, twenty-four
Mild., of poultry and. best of all, two
families of swine, consisting of a couple
oi mothers and numerous progeny of
tender eaie. The star of the cow -labl
is l.ucindas I'rltuesH, Imp., from the:
(iuard lldl farm of lU.bert It. 'an j
Courtlaudt at Mount Klsco. She Is a '
foitr-.M-ar-old .Ulsey and has luken nine)
pi l.es and championships In this country, i
New Jersey bus un attractive display
of tljwets. chr santheniums In panic I
ul.-if. Then she has a line young cran- j
l.err.. Img and her apples are also ex- ,
eU'ivrly spread about.
one of the most extensive exhibits In.
the show Is that uf the Canadian Pacific
.a-n'wu, , -hli h displays all kinds of I
ltJt,,.a (lll. ,, hllR). BriwHes.
Tu. Pennsylvania Itallroad has an ex-
ini'i iiuiose and .skunks.
hiblt of fruit and faf.n products raised
I on iu ooroer .mm. ..nil uie i.ong ismno
KUlit thousand dollars' worth of
prizes in cah, sliver loving cups, gold,
silver ami bronze medals, donated, by
Individuals and corporations, will' be
a w.i i tied during the show. Andrew Car.
ncg has ilfered a silver loving cup for
the best exhibit of cotton.
Those Who "all Til-da? for llitntpr
mid the Imllrs.
Salting to-day on the Noith (Jeintiii
l.lovil liner Merlin are:
Mr and Mr-. I .1. tinier Mr T N llhlnrliniltr
lir.nnrtMrs. VV.N Hull
aril Mnrrl.en I. Chapln
Mr, nnd Mr." I 'l dill
Mr finl Mr IMniu.nl
Mr u, ti l Davit
M- anil Mri. A r teniae
Mr n.l Ml II. vv.
Mi and Mi.. Thorn
W II Drown
llUhl Itev U I' Rarle
Mrs i:tl rabetli s. rhll.K
Ml. nnil Mr. c I". C'mne
In llrnry tlertz
V'arren It llomhtallnr
Mr P (lilrstiy
.liimc. A. .Sinlth
Mn v v.. v-whei-rv
I '!r J' sioie-abjirv
t. .V Him;ll Hhliney
n tho American liner 1. I'mil:
nil- ll-h 'liirnfr A llr.ilt
mirth Marlrlilrr .1 It Krilvman
1 Jul"' I.. Mirl.ellmi Henry A. l.onr
(In Hit. I-'iiMtli lln?i' t'litriiiiri :
Mr iirt'l Mm. IUImil Mr. entl Mrs. .1 VCrMIn!
nuts nru hi nu Mr, i.. l- lame
.Mr. anil Mrs, I'll IMiumn
(ill the White .SI hi linn Majestic:
II II Hlildiilnlt 1'ianrli (i ( nun-
A. I' (illlcplr Clint orlin
Kcniitll A. I 'mil I'lian Wlldri
un tho I'munlrr I'anuoiila fnt Meilltfi-riiiit-au
Mr. .iii'l Mr tliorsr Mr unit Urn U V.
CritrrU.hanU t.'Aio. .Ir
S. Iliitln Murin,.lr Ml-. I'. I.. I l Ur-
IMI III'.' Aliclin.- Iltiff ('nliiildulii ;
.liilni AiitlrrMi'i Mr And Mrn. (jfniee -
V, Hl'iin I'nliili Un. trnl r
'I hinnas Murphy
i iii tho I'unarilfr I'.unnl.i fm- l,c.
Mi aiuUli 1. H. il.-ikrr Mr. mid Mu John a.
H'tUlam l. Unimim Mitmn
Ur nnil Mis. I'rrll Mr. unit Mrs. William s
1:111(1.1 Ciiijliy Mr. nul llr. .John lluln
Mr mill Miv .lnir i:r . llarrrit .1. llArrv
Imlnlc (I J Clilld
Jjf ;;,',' uV,. w'minni llnrflroil ""b",
.Sii-rlluir Rrxrrlv Jones
- m ihe K.tln-e llnei ChiibiIj fm- Vum.
Mr.. I'4iinlr II. I'niliart Ml.. Amrllii H, folhv
i'-'i' m n- mid .Mr, a, .n
"u. , "'
Mr and Mr. I. It Martin
Un ,iu, timi,. meileiin luu-i
ubliumtuu fur TrlcsK-;
y i mh-s Mr n I Mr
!.im( - i Mnj Micvrn.
' . ' ' iMiiimil s line
III. I.I. 1 11 1 1 i.i I I'm I I
- ' "-i I'-I'l I .1 1 1,1 llllt
Mr nnd .Mr I ruuU (1. I I Ciriu cr II. l.iirihi.K
hi inin imtniiinri
!B. Alfman Sc (Ho.
will JTiialke a special offering litis day (Saturday! of
WOMEN'S TRIMMED HATS
at the greatly reduced price off $0.00
Smart Hiats trimmed with ostricln feathers
will also be offered at a very attractive price.
IN THE DEPARTMENT ON THE THIRD FLOOR
AN UNUSUAL SALE OF BOYS' AND
consisting of the following special vauc3, is
now being held:
Boys' Suits . . . . aH $6.75
Boys' Russian Overcoats . at ft. 00
Boys' Ulster Overcoats at $8.50 & 3 2.50
Youths' Suits . . . . at 12.75
Boys' Laundered Blouses
$3.40 per half dozen each, ft-Oc.
LEATHER GOODS AND STATIONERY
will be placed on Sale this day (Saturday)
at the following special prices :
Women's Shopping or Hand Bags, an assorted
leathers actual values $5.00 to 6.00, at $3.25
Traveling or Motor Cases of black morocco,
stlk-55ned and having celluloid fittings,
Actual value $10.00 at $6.75
Cabinet containing four quires off paper, with
Cabinet containing one quire off paper, with
Altman $c (Ho.
are holding an important SsJq of
WOMEN'S BUTTON BOOTS
of fosack Russia calf and imported patsnt
Regular price $8.00
2Hil) Aurmir, "J'lti) miit J.lti Strata, 3fau flork.
KILLED SONS AND HIMSELF,
BUT COURT UPHOLDS WILL
.lu(lj'c Decides Insane
Denier Knew Kniinuli to Deed
Properly to Wife.
Although Herman II. Morit., a Hronx
real estate dealer, went iiifaue in loiu
niifl Uillftl lilmxtr anil liU tu-.. v.n.i.c
ami Killed min-cir ami hi two o hip-
onu by a farmer wife tho Appellate
Division of tho Supremo I'otirt decided
yenterdy that a deed he mad to his
necond wife Iuki before the Imffedv
i.. .i.i.i. 1 ... 1 11 1. .. ." .
erty, valued at taO.oiH), i wtlid and hi
widow in entitled lo po-.M-iaion of his
The rourt revemed the decipion of t
jury in two suitt brought by the tU
cedent'a brother, (leotRo K .Morili:.
and other heirn at law, by which In
jury decided thai Morit. wax inunn
ut the tilllo he conveyed lh propervy to
liU wife und that thn tleed was invalid -lorthat
JiiKtice rt-otl, writini' iliy oniuioti.
1 h"rv'4 '".at, lilllilte inont eiine- hi which thn
uut'KUiitiii 111 uipuimy 1 uiiiiie, mere H
little doubt that .Morit. at the time ho
uutde tho devil was of i:n. oumi mind
and milijei't to the tlehiMinn that li-i had
lout all IiIh properly and vias 11 pniipor
Hul tho court Hay that the iUcsiiou
is cimiiier the ( -sion was such an lo
Iticapacit.-itii h' .-oiii inal.lii'i 11 mini I
deed tuhl ,.-H,
I'hu court .sivh that at tlm I11110 h
'"lid" t n tlerv' Mnril. win in veari old,
. . . at $5
al'iiyn lit'pn in tin- real rttiite '
iifus ami at oiih tiinc had lit'c-n wnr'ii
coiiKidtiralily inorp tluin Jitl.fKKi, vim-
lit! then had A hort tinit' lit-forr- ' In-
tin had lo-l liy hi own oliHtiniit un
oiporiuntty to makn a nal fiiaii in
VHitinmt which wuulU hnvt' rcah.i-il h
i coii.iapi-uiiit profit (In wm. mm mil
to lll FtH'ontl vift in (KI7 Clll" of Hi
llCllllV i two holiH liy hiH lii-nt. wifo wa lim-liwa il
nifiiiaiiy mill HiiDji-ct to rhonmaii-'n
ml tlit other wbh h hoy of average in-
Tim court avH Morit. heiau to ihuuH
over the Iosh of liin opporlunitv lo in.i h
a prolitalilti invehtineul, thin I .- .1 "-'
apprehenxive ax to thn fiiliiru of In-
11111I eXHKKeraled the defi-ctH of hit- nl
i"."' ''"mnilK Hiinuar (Irlei-lh 1.1 nf
olhnr BOI, u imiy, oll Marcti ii
killed liiHonnaii(l oommiited Hiiii ide
Jimtice Heolt nayH the uIUmiim Kihf'l
! lilmlf of the plaint iffH toMitied Ilia'
r'01 xu Ui" n.! lo"l " power uf rea-on
. 'K t'OUId reaHOI) UltelliKolllU on
em not conncoiMil wiili IiIk . I . 1 1 1 -1 1
ine court accordiuKly (oncliidi'd 1
"more. i rc uired than mero proof
insanity uion certain Hiibjeets to jiii-
the In va'ldat Ion of a deed "
Best Table Sauce
Houiewlves know It for It
rare quality and rich flavor.
th( oaiaiHAt. woaecaTiatHiii
l But ronInc fnr Soiipa, Hah,
j Boaila, Ckopa, Gravlca. te.
' An Appclittr
k Inn nrscus'i ? Arnt, S.T.