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NO. 2247S. WASHINGTON. D. "C, SATURDAY, NTOMBER 30. 1912. -- SIXTEEN PAGES. ONEJCEST

TROOPS OF FIVE Mldridge E. Joidgd Zs Slated OLDFIELDIQASK COMMISSIONERS

EUROPEAN NATIONS
To Bead IncmgW'ulCommiite OFFICIAL PROBE CONTINUE FIGHT
OFMERCERPLANS FORPENSIONFUND
CALLED TO COLORS i, - -

Costello Probably Will Go WILL BE HEAD OF INAUGURAL COMMITTEE. House District CenmiitMi Girtss fe Be Askti A(at to
to New York y to To-da-
Will Demand Investigation of Supply DfflclHqr-l- Poliet
Gtrmany, Austria, Russia, Roumania and Servia Arrange for the
' Proposed Traction Deal. ' and FirMM'smmys.;
Announcement.
Make Active War PreparationsGonti- -' .Eldrldge E. Jordan Is slated for chair-
man of the. Inaugural committee. It was
cukicu usi nigm on gooa authority, and POMERENE TO ACT JOINTLY BILL IS ALREADY FRAMED
nental Chancellories in Turmoil. hio formal appointment bv "William
McCombs, chairman of the Democratic l.
.National committee, may. be expected
or Monday
William V. Cox. it was reported, would Resolutions Will Be Introduce! in District eayerniMiit Slif fj Waits
bo chairman of the general committee's
PEACE NEGOTIATIONS STILL CONTINUE finance committee, and several other
subcommittee' chalrmanthlpsare said to
Both Houses cf Congress Power te OuarantM Its
cave been practically disposed of as the '
result or conferences of yesterday. Next Week. Belts 8f Hsw.
Eperiat CaMe'ta Da Solid.
Waahtastoe Three names. It Is understood, had
Following a meeting of the council
Constantinople, Sov. 29. consideration until the K.
Jordan. Robert N. Harper, and William
ministers which adjourned at 10 o'clock thePorte issued, the V. Cox and the Influences brought to By josepii p. .vxxisr. Partial payments of pensions for pcliea
bear for each of them axe said to have Believing that the proposed merger of and firemen will be made In a feV
following statement: been national as well as local. It was the Washington Railway and Electric weeks, possibly a few days.
"The pourparlers at Baghtche are proceeding in a satisfactory rumored at one time thai National Com Company with the Washington-Virgi- n The delinquencies forced upon the Dis-
mitteeman John- F. Costello had. In fact. trict by a lack of legislation often urged
ia corporation Is an .effort to anticipate
manner and there is reason to hope that an armistice may be signed submitted to Mr. McCombs, whose pre
and evade ,the jurisdiction conferred for the protection of some of the Dis-
rogative It is to appoint, all three names,
in a day or two." with their recommendations, leaving to upon the District Commissioners through trict's most faithful' servants have been
splendidly absent. Since July 1 the Dis-
The grand vizier had an audience with the Sultan y and Mr. McCombs the selection of tho chair- his bill creating a public utilities com
man of the inaugural committee a choice mission. Representative William A. Old
trict's debts to the men who are sick or
halt by reason of having done their duty
also visited the Bussian'and British Ambassadors. that actually is made by the District of field, of the House District Committee, have been paid In full, month by month'.
Columbia National Committeeman of the will Introduce early next wk a reso-
victorious party. Since that day, the beginning of the
Late last night, however, it was stated lution calling for a thorough Congres- present fiscal year, there haa been a
London, Nov. 29. Active war measures by Germany, Austria, with apparent finality that Mr. Jordan
sional . Investigation of the proposed glorious Increase in the receipts from the
Roumania, and Servia proceeded to-d- after an apparent lull of two had been decided upon. It was said to deal. dog tax.
Mr. Oldfleld returned to Washington But by January 1. possibly sooner, re-
be probable that Mr. Costello would go late Thursday evening and Immediately
days, and the conflict which the European chancellories, have to, New York and arrange with was Informed of the proposed deal. As
ceipts from the tax on dogs will not, b
Mr. McCombs for the announcement. so gloriously large, and the District will
been trying to avert is no longer a possibility,, but a probability. The contest for the Inaugural commit-
a result of the summer activities of the be driven back to Its old shame of pay-
conflict on the Tchatalja lines has tee chairmanship for 1913 haa been wag- traction company. Mr. Oldfleld has de- ing Its debts of honor by compromise.
Meantime the Bulgar-Turkis- h cided upon a course of action, which he Officials of the District said last night
ed on larger political lines than ever hopes will accomplish two results, viz:
been Tesumed with renewed fury. The Bulgarians enveloped before, it Is said by old residents of the hasten the action of the House District
that the day of doom has nearly come,
District. The position Is one of high and unless Congress applies Itself In Its
two entire Turkish divisions near the village of Marhamli, between distinction, for It brings Its tenant Into
Committee on his public utilities bill first days of December to enactment of
and prevent the culmination of the pro- the needed laws, policemen and firemen
Dedaghatche and Demotica, and captured the entire force, consisting close touch with the new President and posed merger until his bill or the and their widows and other dependents"
generally establishes social relations of bill, which passed the Sen-
of about 10,000 men, including two generals and 300 officers. Eight great Influence. ate hist session, and is very similar to
will have to be satisfied with just so
much of their pension money as the for-
This year, despite the fact that Mr. the Oldfleld measure, shall have been
mounted guns, with" several thousand horses and great quantities of Jordan, said to be slated for the place, enacted Into law.
tuitous resources of the police courts and
ammunition were captured.
A general mobilization order was issued late according
is generally known as a Bull Moose, the
political aspect of the contest has been
especially prominent
aaaeaaaaalaaaaaaaaaaaaaaH The Oldfleld resolution will require the
House District Committee or a subcom-
mittee thereof to conduct the Investiga
the variant dbg.taklng offices will supply.
Legislation Probable.
That Congress will enact this legisla-
None of the persons most directly con- tion. A similar resolution will be intro
to advices from Bucharest. cerned with the reports that Mr. Jordan tion soon after Its convention next Mon
rhoto by duced in the Senate by Senator Fomer- - day la probable.
RESERVES CALLED TO COLORS. had been selected would talk for publi- ene. The people of the Dis
cation last night. ELDRIDGE E. JORDAN. trict are asking, through their Commls-s'oner- s.
Eight thousand German rcserosts were ordered to beready Hopes to Escape Probe. who have presented draft of a
That the local traction company hopes bill to Congress, only the privilege of
to join the colors. RETURNS FROM EUROPE, by the proposed merger with the Vir paying the pensions debts. They are not
asking for funds from the Federal gov-
Replying to a question as to the preparedness of Germany for
,- -
EL0PETO0APITAL; JACKSON COMES ginia corporation to escape the inquisi
torial powers with which the Board of
ernment, even on the prin-
ciple.
war, Gen. Josias von Heeringen- District Commissioners as a public utll The people of the District want to pay
the German war minister, said ten ltles commission Is Invested Is the be- their debts to their faithful guardians,
day in the German Parliament: JURY HOLDS WED; DISAPPEAR TO THE SENATE lief of Mr. Oldfleld. and this belief is
shared by many members of Congress,
and in the bill which was offered Con
gress In their behalf, only an oppor-
It end r toe. "War. ho have returned to Washington re tunity, not a contribution, was aaked.
"I can give the' positive assurance cently. With this In mind, members of Con-
The charge against the traction com gress, whose appropriate committees have
that everything necessary for the
eventuality of war .has been done."
HYDE. GUILTY, Rich Brooklyn Girl and Cfiaof- - pany Is that It hopes not only to protect approved and recommended --reliefs ' may
reasonably be expected to recognize' the
Guv. Goldsborongli Appoints lie pres-- overcapitalization generally
A dispatch from Riga' states that all charged to be enormoxs bu( io increase Importance of this need of the District
the Austrian reservists, residing: In the this before the utilities commission gets and pass finally upon legislation over
Baltic provinces have beSn .recvlled. OF BRIBERY feur, Solvit by Police, Are Into action. The hope of those who have whose merits there can be no dispute.
KaMlnm Itunh Stabilization. been fighting the traction company for The firemen's relief fund Is made un
The Russian ministers are energetic-
ally pushing their war plans. Mobi-
lized on the frontier In the vicinity of
1he points of centralization of the Aus- Former New York Gily Cham-
Married Here.
fjir Rayik ' years Is that the utilities commission will
draw off some of the water now Involved
In the financial condition of the com-
pany and serve as an effective stop on
plans for further watering of this stock.
from donations, fines Imposed upon mem
bers of the fire department, monthly as-
sessments of Jl on Its officers, a portion
of the Police Court fines and forfeitures.
and a portion of the dog tax receipts.
While Mabel Pastre. seventeen years The resolution will charge that the pro- The police relief fnnd Is similarly
trian forces are 60.000 Russian troops old. of 470 Fifteenth Street. Brooklyn. N. 8rcUl in Tb Viitoii llfnll posed merging of the two lines Is a vio- made up.
ready for Instant duty In the field. berlain Taken to the Y., was being frantically sought by her
Annapolis. Jja.. Nov; 29. Gov. lation of the company's charter, which Receipts and Expend!! ares.
Albania, having proclaimed her In- announced the appoint-rae- is held to prohibit such action except un-
dependence, asked Austria's aid father, Alexander E. Pastre. a wealthy of William P. Jackson, of Wicomico Since 1KJS total receipts and total ez- -
garage owner, who Invoked the aid of der the provisions of the act of June S. pendltures of the two funds have been:
in repelling the Servian occupation. the Tombs. the police and announced through the
C ounty, as jnited States Senator to All 1S00.
This action very plainly pleased Italy. newspapers that he would forgive his ti.t the unexpired terjhtot the late Isldor Mr. Oldfleld spent several hours yes- FIREMEN'S ItKLIEF FUM.
which country may yet be drawn Into
the Imbroglio.
daughter If she had happened to run
away and got married to Joseph Kemp,
I:ayner. .j
Mr. Jackson is a prominent lumber
terday looking Into the situation and late
In the afternoon conferred with Engi-
Tear.
1891
KeciFU. Expenditure.
c.jxei jo.rosc
merchant of the Eastern Shore, and has neer Commissioner Judson. who has been
ism
va .ain
The Servian government, in view of VERDICT LATE a chauffeur, a girl who gave her name as been actively identified with the regular
not ii HB41I
AT NIGHT Mabel F. Pastre and her age as nine- in very close touch with both House and UN HICK B.ttJM
the hard fighting done by the Servian KipubUcan party. Mr. Jackson will Senate committees since the work of CC. MJS3 i.sri
troops against the Turks, Is showln; teen, was being married In Washington serve until the next legislative session In 1SB.. rr jmx 17JT7W
to a man who gave his name as Harry framing public utilities bills commenced.
amazing alacrity in mobilizing formid im Mr. Jackson was regarded by many 1X4 3XICJ1 zumi
able forces and rushing them to the S. Kent and his age as twenty-on-
The bride must have been Alexander
Republicans as the logical man for the Utilities Hill t'p. 1903.
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3.1EM
chief objective points. Political Adviser of Major Gaynor Scnatorshlp, though his appointment was The Oldfleld utilities bill will be one so? --S.CS C
Pastre's runaway daughter, for a dis
Servia Ready for War.
Convicted
patch from New York late last night
opposed In other quarters. of the first pieces of legislation to be
considered by the House District Com-
d
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Despite the Turkish campaign, with on Charges of
which she may not yet be done. Servia
stated that the frantic father had re
ceived this telegram from Washington:
j-if-
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(M TWO LUMBERBAR0NS DI mittee this session If Mr. Oldfleld can
bring it about. The bill was pnpared
ti.
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Is taking every precauUon to be able Bank President. "Am married and happy Will be home SENATE FROM MARYLAND
to do the lion's share of fighting in a In a week. "MABEL." iins. miwAiin n. ai.sop. last session fecveral months before ad- ToUla .SES.CT1 J3 3tSS)
Father Pastre wired back his blessing, By the appointment of William journment, but for one reason or an- X. B. DHldmer for Dll in a&litioa to erpendi.
second, and far greater, conflict. The P. other failed to receive the attention of turn as above stated of 5.2EC
adding: Jackson, of Salisbury. Md.. to the United
Danube division has already occupied in- the committee before the situation was POLICE RELIEF FUND.
trenched positions near the town of
New York, Nov. 29. Charles H. Hyde,
former city chamberlain and protege of
"Come home soon."
"Kent"- - and Mifs Pastre were married Young Mrs. Alsop States Senate to succeed the late Isldor
Ravner, Maryland will be represented In
complicated by the
bill, which blocked further District leg-
liquor Year.
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The war office has called out Mayor Gaynor, was convicted about ! o'clock yesterday afternoon by islation because of the unwillingness of
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the recruits of and
1913 and the
ranks of the Turkish prisoners are be-
ISM.
of bribers', the punishment for which is the Rev. W. I. McKenney, pastor of
Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church, at Joins Husband that body by two millionaire lumber
barons. Mr. Jackson, the new Senator. members to pass upon liquor legislation
before election time. This unwillingness
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ing searched for Christian soldiers will- ten years' Imprisonment or $10,000 fine. the parsonage. E09 hlrd Street North- a member of the firm of Jackson
resulted in the absence of a quorum on 9US7CS
iwro
MSTOt.
ing to enlist In the new cause. Hun- or both at the discretion of the court. west. Bros. & Co., lumber merchants of the DOS
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dreds of such Christians have been The verdict of the Jury was rendered Both of them said Washington was Alnetren-ycar-ol- ri Bride of Septan. Eastern Shore of Maryland. Ills father, regular meeting days of the committee bob mjsua
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found. their place of residence, and they were former Representative Jackson, and him- (or months before Congress adjourned.
at 11:39 p. m. after the Jury had been cennrlnn Mllllonalrc- - Return w Throughout this time, however. It was
1908. 7USOJ 7US09
According to the Vienna Reichpost, In actual deliberation 44 minutes. accompanied by a party of persons who self have made fortunes In lumber. John 1507 7J.1TSB
the Servians plan another Tchalatja line were said to be, severally, a brother, a Walter Smith, the Democratic Senator, authoritatively reported, that the chair- cos ctoes Kisra
Hyde, until a year ago chief political from Trip to Knrope. man of the House District Committee SSCJO 7.Btn
of defense, and with that end In view adviser of Mayor Gaynor. and one of mother, and other kinswomen of the also Is a lumber millionaire, being heavily 1909

cattle and cereals are being, requisition- groom. The woman who said she was Interested In mills nnd timber holdings was unwilling that tho utilities bill be re- UM S5.9XX H3SR--

ed and rusher to that point! There are the leading spirits In his administra- the groom's mother told Mr. McKenney With rings on her lingers. Mrs. Edward In Sussex. Surrey, and Nansemond Coun- ported out until he had subjected it to lX5tt7 10,051 a
already 100,000 Servian troops encamped tion, received the verdict of the Jury that the groom and the bride were of Alsop. the pretty nineteen-year-o-
.
ties, Va. the most thorough-goin- g scrutiny to in- Totals T5U.2S0S JSC!,TS33
i nthe vicinity and the number Is rap- sitting, the usual rule of forcing the marrying age. She said that the bride's wife of the septuagenarian millionaire, The new Republican Senator from sure against the presence of "Jokers" N. B. Dcflcierer for 1911 la sddltloD to eiMrti- -
idly being swelled. defendant and Jurors to stand having people live In New York. who has a home at 13U2 Twentieth Street Maryland comes from a family that has which might Invalidate the measure In tcin abore stated of C0J0O0.
Announcing the taking of the Adriatic been Ignored In his case. Kent or Kemp and his bride slipped Northwest, is back after her tour of Eu- been prominent in that State for years. the event that it became law. It Is un Want Fnnd Guaranteed.
port. Gen. Jankovltch, the Servian He turned deathly pale, but evidenced away from everybody After the cere rope with several women friends, and (lis uncle, Ellhu E. Jackson, was a Dem derstood that much of the summer has
telegraphed to Belgrade this no other sign of emotion. mony. They will return to Brooklyn been given to this review of the bill The police and firemen relief funds have
soon will return to Washington with Mr. ocratic Governor of that State years ago. always been supplied by the District gov-
statement: The crime for which Hyde was con' after a short honeymoon. Alsop. who remained at home while his His father served In Congress during 1W1- - and that In some form It will be ready
"We have taken Durazzo for per victed consisted of forcing President Rob 03 and for consideration at the first meeting "of ernment. The United States government
petulty." in, "of the defunct Northern Bank. bride was seeing the old countries. the committee. has never contributed to them.
The Austrian premier announc make a large loan to the tottering Car- Mrs. Alsop. formerly Effle Pope 21X11. Knther Turned ltepnbllcnn. The people of the District are asking
ed the speedy Introduction of at least
three measures providing for moouiza
negie Trust Company, on a threat that 15,000 DIE IN landed In New York Thursday, with Mrs. Senator Jackson's father was a Demo-
crat back In the days of the early 'SCs.
the United States now that they may be
allowed to make up these funds on a
t'.on requirements.
If the loan was not forthcoming the city
deposits In the Northern Bank, over
Alice Martin. Mrs. Tom Pierce, who had
been of her party) remains abroad. Mrs. He .did not espouse the Republican cause FIRE DESTROYS stable basis. The people wish the funds
to be so reliable, so constant, so unfail-
BABBI DENIES STORIES
which deposits Hyde had control, would
be withdrawn.
Exposure- Follows Dank Failure.
Philippines Alsop was delighted to get back home,
she said, and she and Mr. Alsop were
until the Cleveland administration began
to show a strong Inclination toward free ing that a pension warrant on the Dis-
trict will be a real warrant.
OF MASSACRES OF
Exposure of the crime came a little
reported to have left Immediately
the Capital. At the Alsop home It was
for trade. William II. Jackson, sr., then
grew lukewarm toward Democracy, and M.A.G.BU1LDING The people of the District are asking
merely for the enactment of legislation
HEBREWS BY GREEKS less than two years ago when, with the slated last night, however, that they In a few years flopped over completely Continued on Faare Six.
failure of the Carnegie Trust Company, That 13,000 persons were probably killed were not in Washington. to the Republican party. It was the am-
The Greek Legation in Washington a number of smaller institutions. Includ and wounded In a typhoon that swept the The trip abroad was very wonderful. bition of the elder Jackson to follow In
has been officially informed of a letter ing the Robin banks, alsowent to the Mrs. Alsop Is quoted as saying. She the foosteps of his brother, the Gov Swept by a stiff northwest breeze, fire
Philippine Islands last Tuesday was re- wore some very handsome rings and ernor, by being elected Governor and which was discovered late last night has
received by Prince Nicholas of Greece,
from the Grand Rabbi of Salonlki, In
which the rabbi expresses his indigna-
tion against thp calumnies spread by
wall.
Immediately after the verdict had been
recorded and the formal motions for
setting aside the verdict and the grant-
ported yesterday In cable dispatches to
the Bureau of Insular Affairs.
The typhoon swept the Vlsayas and
Is said to Have practically destroyed
other jewels, indicating that she had
plenty of spending money. Altogether
she had a great time, she said.
then to go to the United States Senate.
This he has never been able to realize.
Twlde he came to Congress with the
hope that a seat in the House would
destroyed the administration building of
the Maryland Agricultural College at
College Park; Md. The old building,
21 DAYS
the Turks and other Interested parties ing of a new trial had been made Hyde
was hurried across the 'Bridge of sighs"
Tacloban, the capital of Leyte, arfd to SHERIFF SENDS NOTICES
have wrought enormous damage and
put him In line for these high honors at
the hands of the Maryland people.
erected In 1SS9, waa, burning at I o'clock
this morning. SACeral other buildings
For Shopping
to the effect that the Greek soldiers
committed outrages against the He- to the Tombs. v J loss of life at Caplz, the capital of the OF SICKLES' AUCTION SALE Jackson, jr., the new Senator. Is some- are threatened. All efforts to check .the Before Christmas
For the first time since his arrest, province of Caplz. thing of a business man. spread of the flames 'seem Impossible 'at
brew population and synagogues of eighteen months ago, Hyde, former high Tacloban has a population of 12.000. TO GOTHAM MILLIONAIRES Started, In business by his father, he has this time.
that country. - rltv official, habitue of the Hotel Knick Caplz has a population of over 3X000. added several mllllolT'dolIars by his own While guests attending a dance were
The rabbi has Informed the prince erbocker, friend and companion of the Caplz Is (he terminal of the railroad from New York. Nov. 3 In an effort tcf efforts to the nest egg given him when at supper fire broke out In the attic of HOLIDAY PLANS arc
ancTleadlng representatives of the He- fast racing set of New York, was locked Hollo. It Is a most important sugar help Gen. Daniel W. Sickles, Sheriff a young" man. ' the administration building. The cause.
brew race In Europe that the Greek In a cell. He spent the night there. port. His advent in politics was made four It Is believed, was due to the crossing of
about completed, especially
authorities have established perfect or- mailed to about seventy-flv- e
Following his indictment. Hyde made a Aid Rained to Scene. wealthy men In New York notices years ago, when he was placed on the electric wires. The new building, which by the young folk. Dad has
der In Salonlki, and have everywhere most determined effort to avoid trial. Republican National Committee. was erected in 1904. at a cost of $60,000. Is not commenced to put a
extended protection to the Hebrew More than twoscore motions of various The first news of the catastrophe came of the auction sale that Is td be held Gov. Goldsborouxh and Senator Jack said to be Insured, while the old struc-
race. kinds have been made In half a dozen In a dispatch from the governor general at the .Sickles residence In Fifth Ave- son are and personally. ture, which was erected at a cost of check on his checks, but is
different courts, all tending toward a of the Philippines. 'No figures of the nue next Wednesday. The personal prop- Senator Jackson was one of the largest nearly 300,000 more than halt a century doing some figuring and
5IUDENTS STORM EMBASSY. delay of the proceedings. dead ort Injured were given, but It was erty of the general will be sold to sat- contributors to Gov. Goldsborough's ago, is only partly Insured.
Not until fifteen days ago was the last stated that probably half the population isfy a CCO0 judgment campaign. Owing to lack of water facilities, the thinking.
resort of skillful lawyers exhausted, and of the two cities had been lost. The sheriff stated that he had sent fire spread with great rapidity, and the BEFORE he tightens up
St Petersburg. Nov. S. Peace reserves
The gdvernGr general 'sent his dispatch out the notices because the personal Hyattsvllle Fire Department, which re-
were called out y to quell a demon- then a date for the trial was fixed. Tfflnkn Earth Caused. Son' Death. get busy. It is the early bird
He was called to trial on November on Thursday. He, informed the depart property offered at tho sale, will be such sponded, was unable to cope with the
stration at the Austrian Embassy by 20, was secured the first day, and ment inai ne was rusning a.snipioad of as would appeal mainly to men of Denver, Colo..- - Nov. '23. Believing that flames. that gets the best start.
Russian students. senti-
has taken just eignt actual court food, clothing, and "all, 'available medical wealth as curios and ornaments. Tne chemical Ingredients in the earth of tho At midnight two engine companies of
ment Is at a white heat among the stu- days to establish his guilt. supplies to'. Tacloban. All telegraphic recipients of the notice include J. P. State School - Athletic Field at Golden the Washington Fire Department started BE SELFISH do your
dents In the city who are holding mass verdict was a complete sur communication has been destroyed, and It Morgan, Andrew Carnegie. Vincent r. Was partly responsible fori his son's Car College Park In response to a call trading, now in comfort, be
meetings calling upon the government prise to Hyde as well as his attorneys, Is, Impossible' ,to get ..other than vague John D. Itockercller.. Jr.. William G death,- - Prof. George W Sclmelder for aid.
to assume an aggressive attitude. reports of .the extent of the .disaster. That Rockefeller John D. Archbold, Howard prepared to test the earth. If traces of The new administration building housed
waited upon by alert and
al of wfibm had been looking forward
confidently to an acquittal. Tacloban has suffered atf enormous loss Brokaw. Frederick Vanderbllt. Chaun-- y arsenic are found In sufficient quantities about 1S students, all of whom got out wide-awa- clerks, and avoid
ADRIANOFLE NEAR TO FAIL. of life is believed to be certain. M. Depew, Peter Doelder, Payne to be responsible for the many mysteri safely. The old building contained about
Following the receipt of the dispatch "Whitney, Lee Shubert and others. ous wounds of students who have been an 'equal number oC cadets.
the rush and. worry.
SERVIAN PRINCE STRICKEN. announcing the heavy casualties In the hurt a new athletic field will be found.
Sofia, Nov. 23. The Bulgarians have possibly an oi tne records or tne col
been steadily advancing on Adrlanople Vienna, Nov. 29. Prince George
Vlsayas. the Red Cross prepared to rush
of a relief fund to the governor general.
lj Baltlmore-an- Return,
1.3? t& Baltimore) and Relnrei.
lege were removed from the building,
flaltlmnreand Ohio which contained the president's office,
through last night and and "now Servia has been transported from
their most advanced lines are within iront to Belgrade suffering from
the The "Washington office has cabled ihe Every Saturday- and Sunday. Good to.
m until q a m train Monday. All
Saturdays and Sundays,, via Pennsyl-
vania Railroad. Tickets good returning the treasurer's office, and the board of Washington Herald
tv. Insular government 'aeklnr how great,(trains both ways, including the Royal until 9 a. m. Monday. All regular trains trustees' office, besides the assembly
1,100 yarns of the inner city. shold fever. is incur neeo. except (fongresstonai umitea. halL

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