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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR. VOL. CXXXVI, No. 46. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1912, lljr Mail, 60 lent a Month; (Single Copies 6 cent llj Carrier, (10 Cent Month. CHOLERA RAGES TURKISH A! y IE UNCHECKED SANITATION Ottoman Government Ready to Make Almost Any Conces sions to Keep Diseased Sol diers Out of Capital. THOUSANDS SENT TO ASIATIC SETTLEMENT wlio present a Hinart appearance, but win) have nut yet been engaged. "The Austrian ami Herman military preparations in Peru," continues the I e nil ispondi nt, "are exciting Intercut' -.i awe. Not only are Wrecker's ho- p anil tin' Austrian embassy held by strong guards lancb'il from the war ships, but the flat roof of the Her man embassy Is admirably protected against an aeroplane attack by Max im suns and a sand bafi cover, and another Maxim guards the porter's lodge, "Many regard this military paradu with discreet mirth and think the en ergy would better be bestowed in measures of sanitation against the cholera." A Sofia dispatch to the Times says Hie Bulgarians are bringing 450 heavy guns te bear on the Turkish positionsj on the Tchtilalja lines. NEGOTIATIONS BETWEEN RUSSIA AND U . S. FOR NEW TREATY Fugitives From Europe Return ing to Ancient Homes in Same iVhmw Thou MIorntpH Five r,,",! "f !iiz,'s am1 tilm,H mmh, i.iu.nii i iiuj ""b1"1"" flaming roaring inferno which must Centuries Ago, I K.llllNt; AT AIMM WOPl.i: I I KKIIU.i: AS OKT AUTlU'It llennett Nurletgh. in a dispatch Mui-iapali 1'asha to the Daily Tele graph, describes the fighting nround Aili lanoi le. lie says; "I'orl Arthur prodnced no grander or more terrible effects lhan Sun day night's furious bombardment. Hundreds of shells burst at the same instant over and around Adrlanople. Old Trade Agreement Revoked By Action of Congress Be cause of Anti-Jewish Senti ment to Be Replaced, ton today reporting lo thousand nubs "in i Commander Kutlai ,1, communli alion ili is to department, anil I lent dcr Todd, of the dep tself about oni' I' New York, of the Kadio 1 of the II. , x , 'iiani Comniaii M'tiueiit ul' en gineers, have leiiilcnt and respectively, tioll. Iiei'ii ii , i ii ti it tci I supei'in -issist.int siiperlnleiitlciil. ol Hi.' Arlington si.i- Aiioilicr I -)!( I Ke-ullx I'roni strike. Bingham, .Nov. 14. With the death here loday of looige Puladonas. an other name was milled to the list of tragedies accompany ing the strike ol copper mini'i's. l'.tladonas was shot .Mi ndny morning by deputy sheriffs when the officers replied Jo the lire of a group of men on the steps of a (iri'ek coffee house. I'nion officers say that he was not a striker. EXPLOSION STORY BY UNFOLDED M MAN GAL I C OMR T WAR DEPARTMENT TO MAKE MANY CHANGES Dynamiter Tells of How James B, McNamaia Confessed to Him Blowing lip of Times Building in Los Anceles, AMERICAN POSITION ,,,, PAW MOT RP PHAIMRFnieiii advices Hv M mini .liMirniel Mm"""' tuawd Vlr 1 London, Nov. 15. Kither for mil itary reasons or on ticeount of the cholera which is spreading' rapidly at Hademeul, the government, the Con stanlinoph. correspondent of the Dally Telegraph declares, is prepared to make large concessions In order to prevent the Balkan armies from en tering Constantinople. An unconaored dispatch from Con stantinople' to the Reutcr Telegram Company says the cholera is extend ing alarmingly among the troops. The cases are reckoned by the while among the refugees there are even more victims. In Constantinople, adds the dis patch, the disease is difficult to con trol. One train alone brought 1(10 patients from San Stefano. They were conveyed to the Lazaretto at HeycoB, on the Hosphorus. The bodies of twenty soldiers who hud died of chol era were taken from the same train. Many trains have returned from the front with soldiers who are not wounded, but are in a state of physi cal dollapse owing to exhaustion due to exposure mid lack of food. The sights at some of the stations near Tchatalja are unnerving. Cholera victims crawl to the station for wa-jlis ler or in the hope of getting to Con- tobacco stantlnople. They can be seen lying iiliout in every stage of the infection. The greater danger that 'hreatens Constantinople is that the water sup ply from Lake Derkes may become contaminated. Only a few cases have been reported up to the present among the people in the capital, and il would seem that the disease is not the deadliest form of Asiatic cholera, us, notwithstanding the unfavorable condition to which the army is ex posed, (III per cent of the cases have recovered. The authorities are doing their best to rid the capital us quickly as possi ble of the influx of refugees. They are being dispatched at the rate of several thousand daily to the ports of Uiiemlik and Mnuclunla, or by rail to Koniti'h. The active interest of the authorities ends with the removal of the poor exiles, and 'absolutely no provision has been made for food supplies. The refugees are simply dumped into the towns on the coast or in the. interior and are left to find forage for themselves. Fortunately the Moslem population Is naturally charitable and will share the last crust with the wandering fug itives. "One thought strikes an observer forcibly at seeing the people migrat ing back to their ancient home," says the correspondent, "namely, how lit tle altered after 500 years are Uie wanderers returning practically in the same manner in which they came to F.urope five centuries ago trie same rough wooden carls dragged by bul locks or buffalo and covered with straw matting which conceals the household lumber, and the female members of the family hunched into the smallest conceivable space, peer ing with sad eyes at the unfamiliar sights, while the sheep and goats are prevented from straying by the youngsters of the family." have reverberated for miles along the Halkan mountains and rocked and rallied the houses in distant Muslapali Pasha. "The Turks attempted to reply, but were soon overpowered by the tre mendous strength, energy and accur acy of the besiegers' artillery." The correspondent describes the storming of the forts on the north and east the same night. He says: "The llulgarian storming battalions first attended divine worship. lh then stripped off their superfluous coats and baggage In their trenches. The Turks precipitated matters by i ,i I attempting a sally, little knowing II llll'll V 'l.', , . Deportment of State and, Char's Ambassador Give No' Indication of How Close Tiiey are to Understanding, j llt.v .Mcirniiig Jiiurniil Spce'lnl I.pjmmI Were. I Washington, Nov. 14. An agree- j ment between the I'nitcd States and Kussla to take the place of the eom- mercial treaty of is;tj, the abrogation i nf which becomes effective January 1st next, has been virtually rcaiiied. ! according to information from high 'official authority. Nothing as to the I exact nature of the agreement Is an- yinnrniPnd II to, -hire, 1 ni-obnbl.' however, that U would he worked out satisfactorily to both countries before i the day when the old treaty wot'ed expire. This advanced stage in the negotia tions has been reached only after r. i number of coin orsatinns between Secretary Knox and Itusslan Ambas sador HukhmetielT, beginning last summer and continued at frequent In- Wvu.. Nov. 1 1. i'noffi froin Washington affect. lug nine army posts were received at Fori 1 1. A. Kussell loilay. The Fourth lield artillery, a. or, ling to the a,l- ices will be sent from Fort Bus-, sell to Fort Logan, Colo., which Is to be changed from a recruiting station to a regimental post. The Ninth infantry, now scattered! at different post;, Fori Thomas, Kv.,j Fort SneH nR Minn., and Fort Sill, ! nkia., will be drawn together at Fort I Kussell. The Nineteenth infantry. j located at Fort Meade, S. I).. Fori j Sheridan, Chicago, 111., and Fort I.oav cnwoith, will also be ordered to Fort j Ri'sscll. j The Ninth caalry. now at Doug las., Ariz., will remain there. HE WANTED TO KILL GENERAL H. G. OTIS Tiial of Alleged Conspirators Develops Dramatic Story of Crime Unparalellod in Amer ican Hisloiy, T eitmoe w ,, Cisco. '"le said : set olf bombs by had learned from nine's, but when Showed ill. 'Ill the IlleV all decided II and .1. 1 1. went i looked over ,he Llewellyn Iron Works plants and building. ,1. noes n. s,.in brother a postcard mi the mayor of San Fran- Vhniidi bad a lie he la I'm was b , I, OS paitly vvtittcli and paid; leads 'Tin Tim. ,,l ,li, a chance to als which he nd ol Tvelt t M i a ma ra I loi U scheme st. Schmidt Angeles and and linker the Times back to his w I, leh vvns plillled 'II ews. the I- Hie - W s f ed him why s. lie aiisw, put him mi about bow In buy cxp'ti h, ,1 ll I'let Tv, .it- w I in that to it. Then he iil'ficnll it wai sixes; bow lliev F AIRS CA what wus In store for them. There was a tornado of artillery and rifle on both sides, then the Bulgarians ran In with bayonet. There was wild and terrible work, with no quarter given. Such Turks as could, fled, but thev left an awful trail of dead and dying on the field. The battle con-1 tervu Is, the last occurring today, tinned for many hours in a heavy! This course was adopted lather rainstorm. , than the usual method of extending "Despite the weather, however, the i formal notes, as better calculated to Bulgarian transport train goes on, secure a speedy disclosure of the ex and I have seen mound Adrlanople Mating conditions In the I'nitcd Slates tens of thousands of sheep and cattle, and Kussla likely to affect the two providing fresh meat for the troops j governments in their efforts to pre and enormous convoys daily of trcshjvi,nt a complete rupture of their vast brown bread. Plentiful supplies of L,)ni mercial relations, only In a gen- grocenes and vegetables ol till Kinos. w. . t.., lt s.li( t,,lt under- well aa fire wood, white wine audi tjxistM Hint such a breach Adklnsj .,, , f,. ,,, ,i,.t(s of the agreement are NeL to be worked THEY ARE NOT of nil kinds. can be had. Tommy I never had such a time in the Soudan. The correspondent adds that the weather had cleared and the Bulgari ans were drawing near. He hopes to be in the trenches when the fortress falls. lie concludes with a statement that the troops in Adrlanople are well supplied with food, but that the civil population is starving. The Fskup correspondent of the Daily Telegraph describes the position of tiie Turks at Monastir as desper ate, and says the Servians have com pleted the concentration of troops around the doomed city with a great force of artillery and a retreat by the Turks Is Impossible. The only avenue of escape is a narrow pass westwards, toward the Albanian mountains, where the troops would starve. The High Cost of Living Not Charg able to Agriculturist, Not withstanding Fact He Rides in Automobiles, out. Even with tin the part of tlx of the difficulty Hon between Washington IHy Moraine .I'Mirind fpei'1'0 T.wiM-rt tVlr.f Spokane, Wash., Nov. 1 1 .-Farmers of many states, rep resented through di legates to uic National tlrange. 'n i session here, repudiated l esponsibil best of intentions on ; y 1()(,ly ,,. ,,,,,, s( ,vin,, negotiators, because , ,,,,,. fn ,,,,,,. ,.v,,,.v Hl. ,f rapid conimuiiica-. , ,, .. . , ,,.,,,,., .,.,.,.. inn tit. t'ei (Continued on Page Two.) 1000 WOMEN GREA T PRESIDENT AT THE WHITE HOUSE Mr. Taft Receives Long Line of Daughters of Confederacy Business Session Confined to Hearing Reports, si:i:viax KHU'i4 mket LITTI.K OPIDS1TIOX. Fighting has commenced at Monis tir, according to an I'skup dispatch to the Daily Mail. The Servian forces marching through Albania to the Adriatic are meeting with Utile oppo sition, many places being occupied w ithout firing a shot. A Daily Mail dispatch from Con t.l : n I i iiiuilo Heiiare.s that one of the ,ini...i-u i ,iu,nPit f,,.- uuvinrr that arshlps, one from Chi :','M) deaths from cholera occurred in ana one one Turkish camp at Hademkeui, Wednesday. An unceiisored Dally News dispatch from Constantinople, by way of Con stanza, mils: "The government is flying in the face of providence by bringing chol- i.l-.i i it t Met., it Irmiiiu ft-,,,,, tin, Arhina .lis.,!. . I,, si.i... ..r" .h oo.ile iias.ing China's Territory. i... . n-i i Washington. Nov. 14. Advices t " lot- idiinnv V o IllJIt ll . liiev llctJ, been sent to Tchatalja, where, as the state department tram Pekin say elsewhere th.. officer mnln. n.,1 the that the rumored rtussian convention fi.T Morulne Jiiiirnid Special F.r,ifct1 Ylire.t Washington, Nov, 14.- A brilliant series of social functions, centering about a reception by President Taft, marked today's session of the Cnited Daughters of the Confederacy. The president received nearly a thousand of the daughters in the east room of the White House. He was assisted by Mrs. Taft, and as the visitors filed by, 'he president had a hearty handshake and a word of greeting for each. Today's business sessions were con fined largely to the receipt of reports of officers and committees. The con vention accepted two general schol- go university from Loretta convent of Kentucky, in connection with the re port of the education committee. A decision In the matter of extend ing the time for Issuing of crosses of honor to Confederate veterans, which aroused a storm on the floor of the 'convention, was postponed. ersburg save by the unsatisfactory ca ble method, il will consume little less than the seven weeks thai intervene between the present date and Decem ber 31sl, when the old treaty expires, to accomplish this mutually desired result. Because of the extreme delicacy of the subiect and the possibility of the complete failure of Hi" proposed ! agreement if there should be public discussion and criticism, neither parly to the negotiations is willing to throw any light on the details of the ar rangement; in fact, it Is even impos sible to secure an official admission that the agreement is within sight. From such side light as is obtain able, however, it appears that Itussia consented to modify its practice of re fusing passports to American or other non-ltussian Jews. The czar's gov ernment has always held that such Jews, even though they are American citizens, ate not entitled to travel or reside in liussia becasue the existing treaty provides that any American seeking to enter Kussia shall submit to the existing law there prevailing. The state department has not ad mitted the soundness of this conten tion, and when congress, for that rea-; son orilereil tile il ell ll riel:, I j, in nr the treaty, the, actual, though not the for mal, ground being this alleged dis crimination aga'nst American citi 7.ens, the department's attitude neces sarily becjtme unalterable. With such a wide difference be tween the I wo countries, it seems an almost hopeless undertaking to pic- Vent n complete severance of trade relations between two friendly na tions. Il is said that In "'! i, reliability Itussia will meet Ihe issu I refrain ing from applying her in imum (and practically exclusive) taril' du ties to imports from America. In he ordinary course, after the lapse of th ' existing- treaty December ISlst, these maximum rates automatically would apply to Imports from a country with which Russia has no such trade trea ty. But It is suggested that through a decree or an Imperial order In coun cil, this may be postponed indefi nitely. Such action on the part of the llus sian government would relieve Presi dent Taft from the necessity of Im posing, in retaliation, the maximum American duties on imports from Kussla and thus trade between the two countries might continue pending the issue of future negotiations for n permanent treaty. upon tenor was that the farmer, whether or not he rides in automobiles, as depicted, gels bin a small profit from his Invest ment. nml furthermore gels only from ;jll to 4 0 per cent of what, his products cost the consumer. County operative marketing was ad vocated as a remedy bom-filing seller and buyer. The national conference of proi.rr,sT slve states, the soealled insurgent fac tion of the National Cmnge, lid, I its first meeting today and discussed res olutions urging repeal of the rule permitting Itial and expulsion of members of subordinate lodges. A new metnixl ol i epicNeiibi ; l,n a!s, was discussed. ;IIv M.irnlni J.,iirl,i,l s,le,. f a,rt vli ; Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 14. For the first time since lhe I w ent.v -one persons were killed In the blowing up of the I. os Angeles Times building on j October 1, lino, James ;. McN'a niara's detailed confession to having j mused Ihe esplosion, with his mo tives for doing II and his comments mi me tact mat so many persons j were killed, was related on the wit ness stand In the "dynamite consplr jacy" trial today. ortle, McManlgal testified (hit ihe confession was given to hlin while he was hiding Willi McNamaia In th' woods live miles from C, mover, Wis., both of them having gone to the Wis consin woods on tlii pretext of being h miters'. Olaf A Tvcltinoe and Fugenu A.I I lancy, San Francisco labor leaders, McMiinlg.il testified, were named by MeNaiuara as having made iirrange nienls for the Low Angeles explosion and as having furnished Ihe two men F. A. Schmidt and David Caplan to assist in buying the high power ni troglycerin because Schmidt and Cup Ian hud been regularly employed on Ihe coast by the building trades council of Calil'oiuia. Tvell inoe an,) Clancy are among the lolly-live dcfeiidunls. Ciiplan and Si bmidt, named by Mc Manlgal, were Indicted in l.os Angi hs county Willi James II. .McNamaia on miir, ler, but they never ea pi tired. ( biveriimcnl been Informed that Cap- ,1. I iskcd .MeNaiuara why he gas jet in the basemeul i bull, ling before the ex it II will s Tillies." ' "I ask the Time nice ha, told me out there decided at last to gel buy nitroglycerin of streiigtb ironi a p,,w,l the i e pr, '.',, illation i tin uscl for blowing up ranch; how he s.tii his men rang,, for having the explosives. "He said t he del k at the powder company reported they did not make an explosive that strong, lie told mo how at last he got r.iul pounds of the explosive on Hie launch, alter chang ing the name of the launch, and how, w hen they got lii Ihe bay I hey at tract, ai tin- attention of other vessels I i use the launch would not make BULGARIANS NO ANSWER GIVE TO a launch S', per i r company, 1 it was ( , i stumps oi lo cut on be REQUEST OF THE TURKS Invaders Assail Forts at Tcha talja and Ottoman Warshhip Bombards Enemy's Position at Lake Derkes, ;MANY CHOLERA CASES IN CONSTANTINOPLE I II V lib, headway and g"t in the way of charges of have I .'en agents hav. Ian was kil When he twlstnl off of the 'I I in TREASURER HAND S RESIGNATION TO PRESI T Lee McClung Ouit Responsible Position Presumably Because of Friction MacVeagh, With ary llv Mcrninu .liiiirnal s,iri-i!il Washlmjioii, Nov, 14. ment of the resignation Clung us treasurer of States, was made I y Pr today. Mtiiung tindere nation to the presldeiil i I -il Mlrr l - -Allllolinee-ol l.ee Mi llie lilllell esi.lent Tall d his ri-siL'-it a confer ence at and its nounci d executive that Mr. ily. It is son, now president, The tr, his relir Ihe executive mansion loday .,, ceptanee was later an I'V 'he presldeiil from Ihe otfice with the explanation Meiiiing resigned voluntar- believed that Cainil Th, private secretary to will succeed him. casnrer declined to ,li ment In any way todav iiip ih, CI1H. l.lll tloll fri, - smallest effort to secure sanitary pre cautions, even in the camp. "Steamers have been chartered to take 000 useless and mutinous sol diers who are famishing In Constan tinople back to Anatolia." The total Turkish losses in Thrace, according to the Constantinople cor respondent of the Times, numbers :i.",,noo killed and wounded and 20,0 missing. The Tchatalja lines are held by 60, "'ifi troops, most of whom are demor alized. At San Stefano and Hadem keui there are 20,000 find reserves,! with outer Mongolia and pressure on China to sign an agree ment recognizing the autonomy of outer Mongolio is causing criticism of the provisional president and his cabinet in the Chinese -npitol. - din Italtlc AImmuiI Train. Charleston, W. Va., Nov. II. Striking miners in the Cabin Creek district and officers aboard a passen ger train on the Chesapeake & Ohio railroad tonight exchanged many shots. So far as known none of the shots took effect. I liitiligating Kussia n j (, porailon Commission ; Koswell. N. M., Nov. 14. The state corporation cominissjon meets hers tomorrow to Investigate the Santa. Fe freight rntf-p in eastern New Mexico. CRUISER HEARD FROM 1,000 MILES AT SEA Washington. Nov. 14 The armored cruiser Tennessee, no won lis way to Turkish waters with the cruiser Montana, was heard from at Aiilng- It was Honored that his leslgn enine as the result i f continued Hon with Secretary MacVeagh. The resignation of Mr. Medium means that the money and seeuritie for which Ihe treasurer is responsi ble must be actually counted and re ceipted for. This will be the great est single financial transaction In the history of the world. Winn Met 'lung assumed Hie duties of treasurer he cave a leeelpt lo h Is predecessor f,u $ I.L'tJO. 1 :n.!'4.XN 2-3. The change is expected to take I place early next week. The bond ,,f the new treasurer must be approved by the comptroller of the treasury. II will require several days to peifect that formality. As soon as the senate confiims the appoiolment of Mr. M, tiling's successor, the new treasurer's name will appear upon1 all the currency of the libl.-d States. The change will entail i oiisidera ble expense. It prob ably will c.sl 110,000 to correct plate, and a large sum for counting the money and sec urities. plosion, McManlgal t, sillied that this con versa lion ciimiic, I : M c.M a niga I " by did you break otr the gas jet .'" .i cNa mal a - i leca use when the ex plosion occurred 1 wauled the whole blliliillil; o Mo to hell." McMa nlga I - "A ml you knew there were si, many people In there, too','": MeNaiuara "What's Hi,. dlli'er enee'.' 1 was to make a good clean ing out and 1 did It. Hut I am sorrv so many were killed. I hoped tr !ct ileneral Otis." MfMuiilgal said that on November fi, 111 10, he was al his home in Chi cago and expected to leave the next day for Kenosha Wis., when he was to stall with a 'hunting party In charge of Marion Sharpe, That very day, he said, John J. MeNaiuara, brother of ihe I.os AllgeleH iiuies d namiter, asked him to lake James P. on the hunting Hip. McManlgal said he had li al lied that James II. had n In hiding on the way back from Ihe Pacific coast find was two weeks with ,1. 10. Mousey in Salt Lake I'ilv. He said he went to Kenosha and Jam, 'S I!, joined him there. They procured a hunllug license and went with the party to Conour aril then to a camp five miles ill the country. "On November Htb," said Mc.Maui gal, "I missed James It, ami sialic, I out alone p, look for some deer. Slamlliig on a tree stump, 1 suddenly beard the crack of a pisnd, but look ing i iiiiiiiiI, saw no one. Fvcryone was supposed i , wear u red cap lo distinguish people from deer. I saw ii. i red cap. but presently I saw James P. Suspicion I lashed inlo my mind. I accused him light out. " i think you were taking a shol at me,' I said. if von do you had better be quick about it. This Is a line place up lu re lo gel rid of a man Just shoot him and the coyotes will cat up his body.' "He replied he lu-'t did it to scare me. Then, w,- being alone for the lust time, he sal down and told me about the I.os Angeles job. He (Said when he went to the coast in July be "He said when his stuff was ready to lake t i l.o:, Angeles he had to talk with Tveltmoe, telling him either he or Schmldl would have to do the job alone, not both of them, for Schmidt was too much of a talker and had a woman friend In I.os Angeles that ho t M cNamai a 1 did not w ant to get mixed up In the Job. "Then he told me he had set the bomb In what Is known as Ink alley In the Times binding in some Ink barrels and old paper, tlulng In, he said be was stopped by the night watchman, who asked him what he wanted In Ihel '. He replied he was going to the composing room. The watchman hi him pass. He was again stopped by a boy, bat he also told Ine boy he was going to the composing room. "The hoy directed him to a door or a stairway, I think he said. He reach ed (he basement and while passing along It tore oft a gas Jet. I naked, 'Why did you break off the gas Jet?' He replied, 'Because I winded the. Whole building to go to hell.' "I said 1 was surprise he would do II, knowing there were so many poo pie 111 the building. He answered, What's the dlfl'ereiico? 1 was tc make a good cleaning out and t did It.' Then he thought for a while and aitiieii, '11111 1 urn sorry there were ho many people killed. 1 wanted to g,'t ( leneial ills.' "lie told me he put the Infernal machines al the rcsl ;ei.i es of (len- cral Harrison Cray (ills, proprietor of the Times, and of Felix J. Zeehanlaar, aecietary of the .Merchants' and Man Ufa, Hirers' association, all to go off at I o'clock In Ihe morning. He said oil the way hack en Ht, he was fright ened by Ihe people talking of the ex plosion. Me said he could not bear lo look anybody In Ihe face and he Ihoiighl everyone on the train was looking at him. At Salt Lake City lie said lie could not stand It any longer Sultan's Soldiers Said to be Preparing Second Line of Defenses for Protection of Mohammedan City, Jllr M..riilW .t,,rn .raan wir 1 1 oiisiantinople, Nov. 14. So far Ihe Turkish government has received no notification of the result of the application for armistice which has been miide at Sofia. Therefore ru mors that an armistice has been ar ranged are unfounded, Fulll today there has been no fight ing along the Tchatalja lines since Sunday, when the Bulgarians at tacked two outlying forts. The com mander of the Turkish battleship iiirghut Kels reports that at 3 o'clock this afternoon tie bombarded the Bul garian forces north of Uike Derkes. Tiie authorities here say tho condi tion of the Tchatalja lines is satisfac tory and that a secpnd line of defense Is being established. The foreign mil itary attaches have gone, to the front. The Bulgarians yesterday occupied liodoHto. A large number of cholora patients have been removed to tha various hospitals. There are several cases uinong the wounded. (Continued oil Page Two.) GOVERNMENT FILES SUIT AGAINST BIG COMPANY Anaconda, Haggin Owned by J, B, and Associates Charged with Having Taken Wood from National Lands, got into ton, h with Tveltmoe and ciancy. according to instructions fromj his brother, at the heailquHiters oi l ihe iron winkers' union in I ndian.i p-1 ,,1K Tveltmoe and Ciancy, he said, lint Caplan ami Schmidt at bis dis- posal, be, a use thev had been work-. Ing for the California hull, ling trades council. Sell, nl, It was too much of a talker, he said, and when be blew up a job in Oakland, August iuili, be made Schmidt stay in San Francisco. "When lie ret iiriicl I,, Sao Fran cisco. Schmidt was vvaitii,); lor him and on the strength of the fact that the boinhs had been set otf in Oak land, wiiii lo sic Tveltmoe and got .M,, i from h im that night. J B. said In- also did the Seattle Job, August .'list. "Leading up to tile I.os Angeles ex plosion, .1. B. said he found y,,u could gel all the money you wanted ,,n the cast. Be said Tviitmoe was the big paymaster and there never whs any thing to f.ar. for Tveltmoe was a llv M.irliliiir .lenrli ,1 Maci hil I rufci'tl U'lra.l New York, Nov. 14, The govern ment brought suit here this after noon against James It llagnln of this cily lo recover $ I', a I I , represent ing tin- value of cord wood and oilier limber alleged to have been cul wrongfully by the Anaconda com pany from national lands In Montana between Augusl, DH4, and January, lSlnl, Cnited Slates District Attorney Wise, who brought the government suit, presented lis complaint charg ing that dining the twelve year peri od mentioned, the Anaconda com pany, without permission, cut and re moved In all, I,:i!tri,!i74 cords of wood, aggregating In value the amount for which the govel niiii iil sues. The Anaconda company was a partnership composed originally of the difeiidanl Hangiii, Marcus Daly, lieolge Hearst, Phoebe A. Hearst and Leonard TeviH. A separate cunt In the complaint adds that a co-pa rlinrship compose, I r John Capliec and Albert W. Me Cune. the Anaconda Fluming Com pany and Ihe Anaconda Mining Com pany, wen- con, 'erne, I in the eiittin.' u:i!imm.m:k show vai.i k IV Till; BALKAN WAIT. London, Nov. 14. The great valud of aeroplanes In war has been proven by the Bulgarian army, not only in recoiinulssnncu work, but for fire con trol. That the murderous accuracy of Ihe Bulgarian nrtiMery was due to, In a measure, the lutivily of tho airmen Is demonstrated In letters received from the front. Any attempt by war correspondents lo telegraph news of the employment of flying machines by the Bulgarians during the opuralioiis has met with severe censorship, hut stories are be ginning to niter through showing Unit : einarkubly effective work lias been done bv the aeroolanes. Pelclval Phillips, special corre spondent of the London Kxpress, sends a picturesque description of tho flight of a biplane! over the Buluarlan army unci the beleaguered city of Adrianople. He writes: "The first long reconnaissance took Place mi the Tuesday following the occupation of Mustupah Pasha. A military biplane winged Its way con fidently toward the rising sun, mak ing a wide detour above the troops, who were full of enthusiasm regard ing tills new and wonderful sight. Subsequently flights were made under excellent conditions, there being no wind, 'From the little cockpit the trained observer wilh maps and glasses sur veyed Ihe wonderful panorama of war. Between Mustapah Pasha and Ailrlauople Ihe country Is a corru gated series of bills and valleys, ef fectual);, shutting off from us hera any glimpse of either the enemy or of our first line, To thc aerial scouts, however, these hills were no more than a row of insignificant ridges cut by the broad valley of the winding; Maiii.a, wilh a crooked yellow rib bon, the great Constantinople road, as the most pronounced landmark," anel rem from Hi, mission. ,v a I of 71 Montana iixT , la nils O I'll M w ii In i,in,l 23,500 NEWSPAPERS FILE STATEMENTS 14 all To k i 1 1 , 1 s ,1 "net ll.lle hav, .spa- Irii inl of Mayor McCarty, and ill fact supreme court. Wa.-hiiigton. Nov. lit. '.en i public, Hons of , ollipbcd w llh the so-, per publicity law." Postmaster liemral Hitchcock has so far served no notices on publica tions that they may be deprived of th,. ,nv lieges of the mails if they do not comply with the law, because a test case- involving the constitution ality of the ad Is pending before the STHICT i:soltslllP l'UI'.VKNTS III TMI KD WAR NEWS. London. Nov. 14. Turkey now has formally appealed to Bulgaria for peace, thus forestalling the tardy action ol the Furopean concert to wards mediation. No armistice has been coin ludcel; difficulties have arise n about the terms. It Is said that Bulgaria demands the evaciition of Adiiaiioph', Scutuj-l and Monastir as a condition of agreeing to un urmin tie,.. , Negotiations. however. continue The censorship Is again exceedingly severe and it is difficult to arrive at any correct idea of the military posi tion. The fall of Adrlanople Is rumorel from both Servian and Turkish sources, but this still is unconfrlmed. Another r.-port savs the Bulgarians eui i, d 1 lademkem, . twenty lies from Constantinople. If Hue, lt is a very important as that town is Nazim Pa iff headquarters, the Vienna Keichspost ror- l respondent with the Bulgarian army reports w hat he describes as "murder ous fighting" along the TVhatalJei. bins, Turkish official reports deny there has been serious fighting there for several days. With regard to other points, an improvement In the weather has permitted the resump tion of the Montenegrin attacks against the Turkish positions around Scutari with some success. A battln is imminent at Monastir where the garrison has eneleavorej to make terms for its surrender, but Imposed conditions which ths Servian crown prince was unable to grant. uould, uu uiUtik 9H iiuuaitir li have ., one m I his Is eapl lire .ll.l's st While