Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 9, 1912 · Page 1
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Iola, Kansas
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.VOLUME XVI. NO. 14 SucMwor to tha tola Dally R«flls «M>; UM tela Dally R«G«rd and tha tela Dally li)^ lnd«r lOLA^ KAS.,.NOV. 9,1912—SATURIiAY EVENING. Waekly Raglctar. Bstabllabad IMA Dally nagiatar. EaUbllihad VHT. EIGHX PAGES HIWDREDS OF DOLLARS REPORT• ED LOST TO -CLAIRVOVANT." SEEB'S 'BIFF THIIT Of BRKFT CA^LER-S EXPKm.VG WONDERS 'FI>D -PARLOR!?' DAIIK. r Secnrini; Loon of Money Oter Muht as r a "XBgnet," VadiiniP and .Mnu. THE WEATHER. FORECAST FORKASSASJ Fair to- ulirht and Snndnjrt wanner tonlirht. Data recorded at the local orfice of tJic Wt 'other Bureau: Temi>emturc: Klgrbost yesterday at 2 II. ni.. 6 'i; lowest this momlOK at 1 a .m.. 3S; normal for today, 46; dcfic- lency since January 1st, 280 degrees. Ycstenlay. . Today. 6 IV m 53 3 a, m.' .,49 9 i>. m 44 6 a. m. 40 12 mdf 39 9 a. m 54 Precipitation for 24 hourk ending 7 a. m. today, 0; excess in iireclpitation since January 1st, 5.S1 inches. . Relative humidity " a. m. today, 66 •tier cent ,'harometer reduced to sea level, 30.28 inches. Sunrise today, 6:37 a. ni.; junsef, ri:14 p. m. Y.M.C.IL SPmS TOMORROW • vv''lf the storiea*, that arc lieiDR vlr- tually poured into the oars of the po- ..^ li«ie today'are true, Madame Loufse " 'Perin. "Clain'oysnt and Prophet," and her manager, name unknown, did not find lola an unilrofltablc fleid. . • Sums alleged to aggregate over $200, according to reports received by Chief of Police Coffield, have, been lost by lolans who entrusted their money to ."Madame PerIn" over night In order that .she might use the coins and bills , as "magnets" to "draw" great things. C Evidently there was no virtue In the coins for they drew bl-mlcs for every _ one who put them up. • According to the iufoniiatlon furnished, the. police today Madnnu; Perin and her manager came to lola nbont a veek ago and engaged offices and parlors at 212 West Madison avenue. Immediately the Madame gave much publicity to her work and wonderful ability. VMme. Perin; it must be truthfully ' said, employs none of the mysterious . machinery which often serves to make 1 .spiritual manifestations suspicious." V the clairvoyant's published statement said. "She Impresses her gifts upon the people wlio rail on her without th« employment of a single mochaniojil ag«hey. She uses neither darknea* nor mummery in her readings." That cla|m must have made good. The Madame did not use madtines or 'mummery< 81»e used real coins—real money, those who claim to have been victimised assert. "1 put up $200." one person tele- jjhoned to Chief of Police Coffield, "to be used as a magnet over night. Th<^ money was to attract "great things.' But when I went to find what the great things were, the. Madame had dlsa|>- • peared.". The second' complaint came from a man wh6 said he lost $1.~>. lie put up a $10 and a-$.T gold piece lo be used as "magnets." When this particular i>erson sat for his "reading " the Madame asked, the victim reports, for a $•'> gold piece to . serve as a magnet. Latrr. the seer found that a five dollar coin was Insufficient and asked for a ten, which she secured. •The "subjects" were told to return the next morning. Thursday, for the • i^ "results." They did. • But Madame had gone and the result really \<as great -ra- great loss. Only one man has come out iir the open and charged Madame Perin with ' swindling him. .Others who have reported their loss refuse to give their niunes. . "I lost $15 to this woman," one man said over the' telephone, "but it was EG) foolish for me to do so that I do not want to give my nanie." Chief Coffield has nojueans of know Ing Just how many persons were vic­ timised or tbe amounts because in most cases, the victims do .not want to admit their guilt of being so nnsoph- istlcated. But, aicurding to the cuin- plalnts, the losses exceed I'JOO. Madame came to town, paid her license, room rent and other expenses; then suddenly departed. And oallw'TH at the West .Miullxon a\jenue parhVrs, expi*citnK Kn-ut thing* ano nndlnfi .u t:i'<'<ii HIUI imliifiil sur* Pi|l»e. ' Rov FrTrir .s iLosE r.u.i- Was .»«rlj- KIrrtrornted >Vhlle Work. Ittit nt RartlesTlile. A recent itmue of the linrtlesville. Oklk., Enterprise contains the fuliow- 1ns account of a serious accident nrltich befell « fon of Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Pitch, of 21.-. .North First street of this city: Roy Fitch, a plumber, bad a narrow . escape frcm being electrocuted this • , tnoraing wten he came tn contact witi a live wire while at work in a building at 113 Etist Second street. He was rendered iunoonscious by the shock and It was believed Sar a time tJiat he was dead. ^ A doctor was called and he i was soon revived. Mr. Fltoh i» an employe of the Fishba<dc Plumbing compan.v. He resides : " yrlttL. UB faml)y at 22 North Rogers avenue. j; BtoBEXE COURT HEABD FBOJL J< tkiiil Jui^a c^ty-CaM Affirmed and AtfAker Sevcrsed. '<kd came from Topeka this afternoon that the'Supreme Court has af- 0nned the case of I^tvson vs. Oben;, -JnvolTUiK the title to^a tract of land >~ . 'ittr Savonburg. This decision con- »nu the title 1B the son of Mrs. Oberg )i,.vlio -was burned to death sonie two : '^'JTMN ago. ./ IB aauther case,, that of the Stata ^: 4 j?: Ti. ITttlton. the Judgment of the Allen \A£ Oonatjr court waa reverted, and tlja - tori new trial. This f;J ^ > WM tlM caae in wldeli the three I^JI• /vv^A, ton Iwjra were conrlcted ot obtatnlni iil^-S>^Vio6»'9aAn (aUa pMe&aea and were jiSMtatmnoai to the pralteaUar/. They out OB Wu »munc tlM^4«r WILL OrriPY THE PULPITS THE <'HUKrHE.S OF JOLA. Workers from OUicr Cttfe.«! to Addreiss ('ongremitlonH—Meeting at the Kuildlng at.3 OVIork. -I STILL III IDE 1 OFFiriAL rOU .>T TO DATE .SHOWS UODOES I> THE LEAD. BUT THE MHIBIIIISIMRROW IT LOOKS AS IE IT WOULD TVIKE LAST fOr.XTV TO .SETTLE IT. The Mail Tote is Breaking Against Tapper and That Xay Determine the ReNult ^ tny the AssoclntPtl Proiw) rTopeka, Kas., Nov. 9.—The ' State Journal table tbis morning on the governorship gave Uodgea a lead of 415 over Capper.^The official vote from' a'bout sixty counties in .this table ami otbcrs unofficial. Totals on majorities With (he idea of bringing the religious work of the Y. M. C. A. before the minds of the people of lola, tiie local Association is bringing in outside Association mcn~to occupy the various pulpits tQiiiorrow. ft is to Jie emphasized that., the day is not set aside for the presentation of Hnances but for j)erfecting tlie knowledge of V. .M. C. A. work in the minds of the people. The morning service will be used tb emphasize "The Kellgious Work Program of the Up-to-Uate Association." The Tuen will be shifted around for the evening service and the talks will have for their basis a strong up(ieal to men and boys for Christian living. The local management feels that the day will ho profitable, both to those who hear these various speakers and to the Association. In the afternoon at three o'clock, there will be u inceting for men and boys at the. Association building. Mr. F. Maring. cashier of the Bank of nrthage at Carthage. Mo., will make the address. Mr. Maring 1« a strong Christian nmn and will have a manly message for those who hear him. Tltere will be good. : ve music at this service which will be led by the Trinity Male Quartette. They will sing two special songs. The Association feels that it need have no hesitation in urging the men and/boys of lola to attend this afternoon service. The Board of Directors and General Secretary of the lola Association wish to express their apiireciation for the opportunity of presenting, the work Uiat they are trying to accomplish— both to the Ministerial Association and' to the various churches who have so kindly given this day for the purpose. The schedule for the various services tomorrow Is as follows: Momlnp Service, 11 OVlork. Baptist Church—J.. K. Hall, Topeka. Christian Church—W. F. -Maring. of Carthage, Mo. .Methodist Church—Clifford Pierce, Wichita. Trinity Methodist—E. B. Travis, of Newton. ' Presbyterian Church—C. K. Mussellman. Topeka. Reformed Church—C. T. McCully, of Pittsburg. United Brethren—N. W. Benning, of Fort Scott. Evening Service, 7 :30 O'cloek. Baptist Church—E. B. Travis. ChrlsUan Church—L. K. Hall. .Methodist Church—N. W. Benning. Trinity Methodist—C. T. McCully. Presbyterian Church—W. F. Maring. Reformed Church—C. A. Mussellman. llnlled Brethren Church — Clifford Pierce. i were: 12,454 for Hodgea and 12,038 for Capper. According Kansas City to the tabulation of the Star, Hodges has passed Capper and jiith official returns from all but fifteen counties, had lead of 172. This included part of the mail vote. The Star disiwtches from Topeka said that Hodges had a slight lead by Capper's own figures. ^ T. B. IJETS WASHI.^IiTOX. KVERYRODY IS "DEELItillTED." Recent Klerllon u Wonder «« n (len enil Jo) inK|iirer. "Thli Is the first ol(>ctlon ever held In KunsHM the roNiilt of which has left Manielhlng for everybody. In be happy over." miid F, .M. ileneflel Thursday morning. "The lK>mocratK are happy because they won the offlcea, (he Rv- pubtieans an* laughing to theniselvcs abouthow they skinned the Bull Moose the Progressives arc happy over the trimming they gave the standputters and the women of Kansas are happy because suffrage won. The Socialists have DLOthlng especially to be happy over, yet they can feel satisfied with the fact that while they have gained nothing, they have lost nothing."— Coffey ^ille Journal. TAKES OVER EMPORIA HOTEL. George WRlilte WIU Condact the Mil way, Weil Known Hostelry. George WilWte. who recenUy sold t<he Chalmers botel. left last night for Emporia. w<here he wHl take charge of the Mltway hotel, the famous hostelry at Emporiaj. iHIa brother, O. M. Wilhite. proprietpr of the fcotel, has decided to retire from ocUve management ajvd he will aucceed bim. Mr. 'K'Hhite made a host of friends during his stay in Hutchinson, wbo -extend best wiebes to him in bis new location.—Hutchinson News. , He Will Have Plurality of .More Than 20,000. <By tti«> Asnoolatrtl PrwmO Seattle. Wash., Nov. 9—With only seventy-one precincts lacking, Roosevelt's plurnlfty in Washington over Wilson is twenty-two thousand: over Taft firt>--elglit thousand. The Social. Ists have two representatives in the legislature. W-Itli the exception of Krnest Uster. Democrat, elected governor, the whole Republican state tick ct Is elected by substantial pluralities. RATE "iXrREASE SUSPENDED. The interstiite Commerre CommLoKion Wlii Look Into It tBy iho A!<socIated Prc.«) Washington. Nov. 9.—General railroad rate advances on the transportation of horses and mules in carloads between Chicago and St I.«u{s and South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas and Oklahoma and Colorado were suspended by the Interstate Commerce Commission until next May the twelfth. LIFE OF SENITOR THOMPSON .\ewKpapeni \ow (living Him Some Publicity Whirh IK >ot Tinged Willi Light Criticism. Coal Going Up of Coirse. Ctalcago, Nov. 9.— The prices of .all grades of coal wiU be advanced with the flnit touch of cold weatber according Aa men cloeely connected wttb the coal rminiag Industry w*o tunmarlted the ^tuation today. SentlcM at CarH«t«r. lUgloua ••rvlees will :b«'held at •p«Bt«r: School HbuM tomorrow. • J p. ». The following story from the Wichita Kagle is a fair sample of the kind of news stories now being published generally over the state concerning Will ThorapsdS, senatbr-elect from Kansas and it may be added that the tone of this story, while not too cordial, is decidedly friendly compared with the sneering Jibes which he faced throughout the campaign from the op- (lositlou papers. The Eofcl£ story says: "Having distributed this motto all over Kansas, it is now time for Judge William H. Thompson of Garden City to do his crowing. The returns indicate that he has defeated Governor Stubbs and has thereby been designated by the people of Kansas as the man they want the state legislature to send to the United States Senate. With his motto, Judge Thompson used the lieiid of a Jack rabbit as his ettibleiu, which prompted the Govurn- ur StiibbH faction to remark that there lire already loo many rabblta in (he I nltvd stales Senate. Ill the iidvertlsinK of h|s oandtdney Judge Thbiiipsun nlKU remarke«l about a fuperabundanctt in the same nug- uM body, HtatlVK lliul there are at rt>udy too many millluuulres In the Senate. Ixils of folks know already who Judge Thumiison is; but for fear some lontf reader somewhere may ask tho question. It may be u|iproprlate to repeat some facts. On the 14th of last month he was 40 years old a native of Indiana. He came to Kansas when he was nine years old. with bis father, who settled on a farm near Sabetha in^.N'e- maha county. He baa lived at Sabetlia, Topeka, lola and Garden City. Siface the age of Iti years he baa icnowti what it Is to bold public office. I He moved to Garden jClty seven years ago, and a year later waa elected Judge of the Thirty-second dlatrict court, a position he has since held. - Following the death of Consrenman E. U., Madison, ijl was suiggnMed that he should run fbr.-Coagoete Mn the Seventh district, but be preferred to remain on tbebenob butlUd effective work in causing] the eieiitioii of Geo. A. Necley. LAst August be waa noniipated as the Democratic candidate for the U. S. Senate to take the place of Charles Curtis. Amonff the positions Judge Thompson has held have been deputy regts- ter of Nemahn- county, deputy treasurer ot Nemaha county, court reporter of the Twenty-Mcond dlatrict, cleric of the Kanaaa Court of Appeal*, nad hla prvMnt poaitloa as district Jndge. He betn& raadlacTtow an m boy In hla fathar'a ottica at 8nbtlha» nnd waa •dmittad to'tba b«(;« Ma of », PRESS HELPS WILSON iUSHN .HKMORIAL TO THE SISTERS. San Antonio Will Honor the Memory . of the Heroines. San Antonio. Texas. Nov. 9.—As a READI.^tJ .>tW."»PAPtR (OMMk .\T | including Mother.Mary of Uie Cross, Bat He Wnxts the Line at TaVini; (be (lippiaics Along With lliui uu Ills Yuratiun. Princei«/n. .\. .)., .\ov. 9 —"Wry useful and iniportanl indeed.', was the comment which i'rcsident-elect Wilson made loday im the array cf odi- lorlals, slatement.s and Mother S?uperior. who perished in a fire I'lRt recently destroyed St. John's f)rplianasc here after saving elghty- five of tlie ciKlity-sevea orphan child- t, Tcu iu their cliarpe. citizens of San An : toRlu. umler the leadership .of the ' Chamber of Oominerce. have raised a • fiinil or $2ri.0(Ki with which to erect a new orphana^re. A'site has Iiecn scoured and riie work is to be begun at •>nco. In the r.ioautinie the children are boinK i'ar»il r;;r in temjiorary d«^Uratlona ' 'I'^'irters. and the merchants and cltl- belng jmb-1'•*'"*• "'^ Antonio. Irresptctive of HE DOESN'T LIKE PET NAMES (ilYEN HIM BY PKI.SO\ER.S. 'Also it Peered Uim to Leave the , Whitf Sertioa of the Jail aad i Join Fellow Jiegroeii. from prominent i>ersons uenis I'uu-, . , ., • . ^ ... lis'.ied in various newsimpers adv.>- ''a^'-, ccutriiiutea food and cloth eating or.«ppo8ln« an ..xtra session of f'"" •l"-lr lmm.-.JiaV- needs, congress to n-vise tariff. i ".\re you KOinK to take all these clippings with you on your vaiatioa," he was asked. No, no." replied the Governor. "I've read them already. The news|>apcrs certainly are helping me iu my listen- fullisun fonsWerfng a Kecoiinf of Ibc ing policy." Ballots raxt fur Connly Altar. ney in Late Election.- ItmY CONTEST FOR THE OFFICE t'ALLER.S t'HKKH THE PRESIBENT- j . , .„ I The county commissioners will com They Tell Him That Defeat Does >ol • Pl«e the official canvass ol the re- Mean Dratii of Party. ' turns of the elecUon in Allen county (By tlie As-wwlatod Pre.HM) Washington. Nov. 9.—Among the ithls afternoon. Their final report may not, however, settle the question callers at the White Hmise today were I of who is elected to one office, that several Republican leaders who gave ' of county attorney. the President cheerful news of the party 1 future in their states and told him his defeat didn't menu the party's di.«sohition. Senators Burton and Sutherland and Representative l^yne were smcng these ciilli-rs. MAY IJO ixro IMILITirS. Amrrlran Federiitinu of Lalmr / Deride That tiupotlon NUH. Rochest«<y.V. v.. .N'ov. !•.—Dnu of llii-1 questions that wtll lii< dlMcilssed In, each of the ll\<> ili luirtinents Af ilii- Aliierlcun I'Vdi^riiliiui of I.nlMir, whlrh upeiii'd seK^<lons tirrf Thiirsilay. ix whether i( wnuM in* advlHsble r<(( wurkcrs to oi-gunlxe \\ political party that will i'iiiln«ly ilK'jr d«'slre for legislation. The .\nierleiin Ketterutloti i>f Idibor huK never taken luirt In u political c -34U |iaiKn and has a riilc forbidding pulUicai discussions in its meetings, The majorities for other county candidates will suffer but slight change, from that announced yesterday but Mr. Culiison this afternoon clnfined that he had gained several voie.i. onc/ugh to warrant him. he be- Iie\es, In euntcsting the election of Mr. Purresv Tin- o^ndal count from . indications nt '•< u'elork will show that Will i Forirst hiis •*> tiiajurliy of from 30 to ! Till \oleH bill .Mr. Cullixoli iisycrls that (By the A.>?.wl.Ttpd Prps.t) Chlc.igo. Nov. 9.—^Jaek Johnson's first night in the Cook County jail netted him six hours' sleep. "You know I have been disturl>ed a whole lot the last month or two," said the nt -gro pugilist before retiring. "I'd Just like a good old sound sleep. There's nothing better in the world than lots of sleep." Johnson was assurtfd he wouldn't be disturbed. When he awoke six hours afterward lie declared he had passed a restful night. He awoke eager for sight of a newspaper and bought a copy of everyone available, flls request that he be moved to a larger cell was denied. Wlien first taken to Jail Johnson was placed in one of the cells In the white section, but the white prisoners caused disorder that only steel bars prevented from being a mutiny and forced the jailbr to remove the prisoner from the white department. Johnson was much annoyed by the epithets shouted at him by other prisoners and by the necessity of being locked w^ith other membei^ of his race in the segregated section cells. Johnson was placed in the same cell with murderer James Brown a negro steamship cook accused of stab bing a man to death. I'nited Stales nistrlci Judge Carpenter refused to Issue the halx'aa corpus writ 8u«>d for by Johnson's uttorn«>ys. ' he has liiformniloM of IrreBularltbs lii hnndiInK the prtclncLs. bailoia III uiiK ur two .V'.MA.VK.'U. 0.\ THE .STA.M*. .SOITUERX KANSAS THANOE. May Be MaVe Part of the Knlf Division of the Santa Fr. Austin, Tex.. ;<ov. 8.—Several railroad consoliUation bills will be introduced in the legislature wSiich meets in January next. It is reported that the Atchison, Topeka tc. Santa Fe will seelt authority to consolidate the Southern Kansaa. tbe Concho, San Saba It Uaao Valley, tfae Pecos & .Vortb Texaai the Pecoj River and ttae Texas & Gnlf lines with Its tinlf, Colorado £ Santa Fe system. IT IS CLOSE IS CALIFOILMA. It Ma.v Take a Decision of the Conrts to Deteralae Who Wins. San Francisco, Nov. 4.— The final disposition of Callfomia's thirteen electoral votes may be settled by the courts. Democratic declare their In- tentio nto challenge the Los Angeles county vote in the event of a Roose- .velt victory, their action belos based on the. alleged counting of ilrogrcss- tve halloti invalidated by, pencil •eratehUI and on kUeged ermra 'and Irregolarttlea of Republican Judcea iji exdndiiv valid Denoeratie bnliots. • James Photan and RudolplL Spreck- ton oftera reward of fS^MM to anyono. to • con- The I 'onfeoHed Djrnawller Trilinir the Stnrf of Ills l'enirs<.eil I'riMrs, • HV lli» .XwuK -lxt.-I |-r,-.>i Indlan.iiiolis. Ind., .Nov. 9 - For th" first time in public sincx his arr/<i 19 months ago. Ortie K. related at I be trial of the "lioinb plotters" today his experiences as a dynamiter. The confessed ac<'ompIice of the McNamara brothers as a convict witness, directly accused Herbert S. Hockin. now secretary of the Structural Bridge arid Iron Workers of inducing him to do dynamiting under pay of the union. He said Hockin threatenedvto boycott hint from every Job if he refused to accept the dynamiting commission. McManigal told how for over four years he caused explosions about the country against employers of non-union labor. DISITSSINti FARM I'KKDITS. Thai U the Topic Indpr Deliale at KurMers t'ongrr*s. tVv th <t ArituMntwl Pn-sm) Ni'w Orl'^ans. Nov. 'J .r -One of the r\i\il nui^stiona of )nter>!Mt to the five hundred dfie^aii's attending tile convention of the national: farmers congress today was that relating to farm , credits. Resolutions are in the hands j of the committee proposing that a ! national commission be sent to Eu- I rope next year to study the farm credit systems of France and Germany. The resolutions provide that the committee shall consist ot two farmers from each state. A.YOTHER MURDER MV.STEKV. MUCH MONET SATED. Postal Baaka are Belnic Patronised by Large Nnabera. 'By the A>i!<nclated Vrnmi) Washlni;tun. Nov. 9. —Postmaster- General Hitchcock announced today that approximately twenty-eight million dollars have been deposited to date in i>ostal savings depositories by two hundred and ninety thousand individuals. Tbe Body of a Wamaa Fonnd noaUniT in a Mill-Pond. EDWIN TAYLOR, PRESIDENT. Mr. Caypei'M Realgnatlon CIVM the Bonrd-of RrgMt« a New Hrad. Arthur 9apper bavins resigned as a member of the board i oif regcnta of the Kansaas Acrteultunil OoUece, Edwin. Tky lor oC ladwnrdanriUe. ««s nnan- Inioualy al^etod, Ust wjert. M prosi- ^ - :m " "• (By the A«wiciat«d Pr«M>> Gecrgeiown, Conn.. Nov. 9.— Tied up in a sheet of burlap the body at a woman was found floating in i mill pond here today. Tbe . body was clothfd in ar night robe and white skirt Arouml tluf head waa a man 'a nndershirt. Ail the material was bloodstained. There were many wounds with several into the bra4n apparently made with a scilletto. Tbe body had been weighted with stone. Tbe woman was about thlrty-flve. tllE NLLED mOPLE IT IS A DAY OF TERBOR IN TBE ANCIENT TURKISH CAPITAL. 500 KILLED JIND NOlAlDEO FRIGHTFUL CASUALTIES WHEN' .SKRYIANS CAPTURED PBILIPi I. Tbe Baigarians Took Two Lines of the Outer Ilefensps of Adrianople Today nt Heavy Loss. THIS AVIATOB STILL LITES. ToV Jaanns ^'<g U>e R^ (Br tbf AasoeiBied 'Preay ParkviUo, Mo., Nov. 9.— Toi^y Jaa- noa, Hyins a hydro-aeroplanci tn an attempt .to reach Kew Orlewpla. "foK towlng .tb«< rtvera," landed here today hat^nndofbtbr.mUen alnce lenvhiji \^ fP.y the A.siHMnatpd J>res.i) ^ Pari.". .\»>v\ ».—The European situation is considered in official circlea here to be precarious. The FYench- cabinet met today with President Fallieres and considered the latest dispatches frum tbe Frencli Ambasaadora at St. Petersburg. Vienna and other capitals. Serious disorders are reported at Con.^tantinople where Kurd soldiers are killing Christians in the Galata auarter.^^oine buildiligs in the Turkish capital are reported on fira The banks and the foreigii>embassiea are guarded by detachments of Tiirkiab f troops sttli obedient to discipline. , '.Neither I nor the Sultan will over ' abandon Constantinople. My sovereign : will await death in his palace; I In uiy office." Thus Kiamil Pasha. Grand Viicier of Turkey, addressed the AmltasMidora of- ihe iKiwera. Kiamil Pasha informed tlii> Aiiibasssidurs In Constantinople i that he would maintain order there' until the end. according to a dispatch ' today. If. however, the Turl^ish capi-- tal should be o<cupied by the tnvadera the Grand Vizier declares he could not be answerable for what might hapi>en. 8.»M Killed and Wonndcd. ITskup. -Nov. 9.—The battle which resulted in the capture of nrillp by the Servians was one of the m<Mt fever« of the war. The Servians loaEitwanty- fivc hundred Irilled and woundeft^Tbe . Turks suffered six thousand caaualrt: ties. Tbe battle field is sUll covered with corpses. Bultniriaas Fognding at the flhtML Vienna. .Nov. 9.—Tne Bnlgarijkns to-, day*" attacked with air their strengtll- the remaining Turkish positions about . Tchiftaije and the fail of these defenses in front of Constantinople la only a matter of hours according to dispatches here. Adrianople at .Mercy of Allies. Sofia. Nov. 9.—^Tbe Bnlgarian army iiesieging Adrianople today captured Kartaltepe and Pai>aztope,- two outer lines forts defending the city after desperate artillery duel. The Bulgarians suffered many casualties. BRITISH WILL RESCUE dUBS. '' Ameriran.<i In Turkey Will be Takes On British Ships. (Sy th» Anoclated Presal ' , Washington, Nov. 9.—British Ambassador Bryce called upon President' Taft today. It is presumed the BaUc-: an situation was discussed. It la prob > .-iblc that if American life liecomea imperiled before th.e arrival of the American vessels, asylum will tic^-afforded American citizens on British vessels. Umdon, Nov. 9.—Though the end. of the Balkan war is apparently tn sight, greater danger than that threatened Europe today. -The pow- ••rii forming tho triple allbuire (Oo 'r- many. Austria. Hungary and Italy) and those composing the triple entente^ (France. Great. Britinn and Ruaala) divided into two distinct caropa aa to the (lollcy to be followed when p«M« tx'tween Turkey and the .-.Balkan ftl- liea Is broupht about. Absolutely !«• nprii.g the threat of Austria-Hungary that she will not tolerate Servian oc- cunaiinn of Albania or of a' port .OB the Adriatic sea. King Peter's'armies continue their advance through the country they were practically forbidden to enter. CARL MORRIS BACK TO GAME. One .More Fhcht and Then He May- Retam to His Engine. Ciuthrie, Okli.. .Nov. 8.—Oirl Moirria is teatcued to ['fight Sandy. FergnaQO. ; before the Pi)grim AthleUc dub 'fft -t^ }i Boston;., durinif the second w «dt In ! November The two men are p«H?; i i;; matched. It is i understood. Fergnnii'. Hi' being a hea\-y! weigJW of the Mttnrfr v: sfjie. and tb4 iatter** friends a«ate- that on this fight depends w4iether ~or •-. ' jij not Morris will retnra permnaeBtly: to • his Frisco engine and-give np the ficbt^ game for good Morrts is -btmsM eoBfv: fldeat that he wiU .^In. Tbe fans b«i^ i^ lleve that ttiel ccnApgi with FeiBUMM^ '(S will reveal what cbMce Morriahas t»' make a champion otiiimaelf. Hedges Lead CU to 1S«. ,(By tbe Aawieiatcd Press) Kansas (my. Mo., Nor. " leading forgbvekiior oC Kaaans tgr < ly one I hundred twenty-four votear'i cordinir to returns i a fewT counties cc . noon bar tho Star. Thacom^l the b^Rc of the idweat o^^ Cappai WM VM *Bdt «r hsvini OMlwodvdvtet^

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