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??~ LXXI...N* 23.772. ?S^JlrKz?^R'. M.W-VOHK. si'NDAY. DECEMBER IT. HHI.-PIV.. l'ARTS-SIVI V P.M.KS
PRICE PITE CENTS.
SEVEN HOIK' DELAY
Plans for Record Christmas Trip
Fnilerl bv Weather
ANCHORS IN BAY. THEN SAILS
Passengers Make Merry as Mists
F.nvHnp Steame-- Manches
\ry PforU Broker Loses
- ? . unsrd i> lllta, -?NItitli Wt
lerplsi ? t <:2I i m
to Bncbor In
.?ml ..t 11. JT p.
? .it lull ape*ed.
.i' ? ::r' |> -n .
ur later than th?-- time ^ot for
asi bucketful of ce>a1
bunkera four mlnutea
on ihr pisr
Th? !-ik * ? - T, iii'i nol
\ dlrtj drlasle thai besan to
a tai? ken over 1 or shortly after
d< nsa fog snd
to get thi fl: ? r as a i on tin
? .nit u, ioo>
r. cr ,ur ,. .. ? i,o rould not ?or a
langt)1 " h? re?
? toon p?
- not befara I'm
for there la n?->t
< - - b tw?*?Mi thta pi^r and
? ( ?-i-ni?-..-) tr. know when the liner
.- .i-wa Th?? an'f'-r t<-> nil
que-sttona cone*ernlng the prospectlvs
of departure s is ''Who knows?
r^.^enpc-?'' Friends Quit Pier.
? aiMsrtalnt] cooptad with the
Blty Of the ?litinrr lio'ir, drove hun
and friends of pas
aenarara to tr ? and the tnxt
r?bn. and when Ihi ? ? Id m ?-?ve out
? th afra ? fl -',; p m. th?? crowd of
anly tha fog revertad to It? nripi
Irtssls of th<? ? ? ernoon, and
p- 6:22 p. m. 'lie f^ngplanl was hauled
i hora Th? Byer'i srhtstls cord was
J and made fsst and "he Mast of
did not cease until
? .-ti oui m the river.
hand to turn her. snd
. nlng out -dis
Bouthward ?nd presently
I ?? ??hare? srall
?A-hor?. i he fog ahut
? and hs s sa rr.i-.-oii
i : ras fratasa to tha
roald not prtitasd until
%r condll mtttad. afean
? Head the hie;
the first mnai of
quiet on", do\ old
I ? ? Bailing of big
i hew wsa
t BJ -?
? ma r. -
rooms, for th.
' e ' Id |
A ? ?J of BOm? r :-, d W ? Isll
i t into
il" . .'. hi ' ??
H fir? ther pi
I ' olees don't yer
g t me
be i ared to
Bi*oksr LoBSS Portmanteau.
' ' ' t..
?I ? Sin
(If iter. Miss 1
: -ii'1? <l
ng at ...
? r . ?
ty-threa hou - He
i r ' -
f ?? ord
rne-d Mr Hewitt,
i mj pon
? reporter hoping I
i I III Hi
io had it no
ou knos. "i " ?
. ' annol b< found."
Into Re* tu 31.
1'?' ' ... Hewitt, a
mallei build, bul n.?
thai thli li my
aW n,. Mai :?.'.? i ? ti
"? anyway, m portman
l( U hip own
?*? o? . . ,r. i, ,,? , ? , .
4 ?julu-util OU .??.UU?! IMfc
?LONE AMERICAN '(ILLS 17
' OuU Down with Shotgun Bandits
Who Attack Mexican Mino.
/ i -i. |, traps "
Mi \'.' '"ttv. t>c>\ i?; v Bt?jTj from
?mes t, ||s .., tiin remarkabl
? ol an A morn:, n ai the Onion
mine ? The mini ? k?pd ' ?
..-ht bandits, armed and bent
"ii i.,...ting the storehouse ..f valuable ore,
ai nting u,<- output of m ? r a mo itti
John W. Wilkinson, an American, ?ra??
seeing; the men coming,
Intrenched himself ,nt the end of a hmc
ronidor with a sawed-off shotgun and a
ply "f rartridjtes, charged with
I nine bin Y ahoi each.
bandits aurrounded and ? I
th*. patio, and still he ?raited Fin :
ii..'. rrepl down the corridor When the
Wllklnaon three open
door and Bred charge after chargi
into tin- bandit band. When ?lie amoke
? lia?] cleared ;i?a\ seventeen "t* the twen?
: ty?alj ? Uta in ' dead, The othci i
1 had ''
GOING TO SCHOOL AT 86
Kentucky Feud County Develops
Enthusiasm for Education.
\?. tshington, Doc. 16, An enthusiasm
for education has seised Rowsn County,
? ist? m mountain and ? tid
counties ..f Kentucky, according t.- .-.
report made to the Bureau ol Educa?
tion. Nearly everybodj In the county,
r**a*art1?*at? ol age, snema i?, b? going to
school, the report esys. h sdds i lia t
the pupils range In nee from eighteen tu
? -six. many of Ihem ' Ing t^st
? mor? Ihsn a? ent] reara
MR. TAFT HIGHLY PRAISED
La Follette Man Says President
Really Enforces Law.
Madison, Wls., Tier. it*, a defence of
President Taft's law enf?ircoment record
madi b? Professor A, B Hall, of
the political science department of the
Unlrersity of Wisconsin, to-da: His
ence wsa eoBiPtatd largely of R<
r*rof?*8sor Hail, known ns n La Pollette
man. said thai nevei in the history of
the nation has there been an Executive
the statutes mon rigor -
ously than has President Taft, and
called for fair play,
'SMITH WANTS NEW NAME
; George E.. One of Middletown's
111, Asks Courts for Change.
i p. Tel?s?a|ili tr. rba TriMm? |
MiddMown. X. T., Dec. 10.?Thla tA?'n
taina 111 Bmltba exclusiva <">f chii
dren, and heranse the name ?if <~eonre
I?. ho--ne by eighl nf them r.pnrn? E.
Smith,, p promlnenl life Inauraace mnn,
ha? applied to the coarta fat permission
t" 'hange his name to George. B. Stan
ivnod. Mr. Smith has tome to dislike
me becaUa? he thinks that oth.-'r
Smith? have baan recalvlag his mall.
Wbi? b, as a bualneaa man. he likes to ejf?t
What the other IK? Smiths, who are
presumed to he proud Of their annrnt
appellation, Hunk ?Lout the matter can
only be surmised, in all probahiijty
Mr. Smith has not i onaulted any o?
thf-m in reference to changing his cog?
nomen, mu? hli friends ' would not be
surprised if he received 11<? calls from
I in Bmltha armed ^ it h 110 remon?
KILLED REPAIRING AUTO
Henry F. Lord Crushed When
Engine Falls on Him.
Hcnrj I" Leord, treaaurer of the Lord
& Burnham Company, af No. 1133
Broadway, living ai lrvlngton-on-Hud
son, vas fourni crushed to death la his
last nicht by Ills sun Arthur.
Mr Luid \?..is ?.f a mechanical turn of
mil I and his automobile was a hobby
with him. Recentlj he decided the < ar
iiiK. and h? Intended t..
do the work himself at ?><i?i times.
His familj ?ame 1.1 New fork ?/ester
day to <i" Chrlstmaa ahopplng, and aftei
Mr. Lrord had hla luncheon he lefl the
house withoul telling the servan ta when
he v.- when he did nol r? tuin
t,, din | imlly became worried md
rch for him began. When Arthur
t,,,rd ? the garage b? stumbled
,iv. p;.rt of which pro?
? ?itir?m lindern? ath the automobile.
The engin? ti fhlng aeveral hundred
pounds, had fall? n on Mr. Lenrd'a i heal,
,,,,?l prohahl kill? d him Instant I? it la
-.. , ndei the ? i In
i ? ., ? ? i ? ? englin and i
n d it from tin
thei wi tin founder of
th? i ii ? 'ompan , and Mi
old He \? ae ai out
ma '. ."i .. i> ; hail 1hre?s
.. i,.] on? da tight? r
BATTLE IN HOTEL GRILL
?Manager Complains to Police and
Two Men Are Locked Up.
. nn n, ??<? l." ?aid th< wen '?'? IHIhi i
\ t 0f ? . enuc. and
. Hotel Manhattan,
t the red '
the manag? > ul the Mot. i Manhatl
Be "' ' " and
, ,|at street ?a?
, ,. . , i|. dared iha!
the men In in thi grill rwotn ol h<
? ? durli a dlnnei I
Till . member of th?
found upon him
he ws K? ? ?!? r asset led I
i, ? ? ?
.... . ? , i.-i.ii ?
... e the I
? i,- 11,... h.,n. ,n
. fined *i" ? a? h
niled hi ""
omet " ' ?? ? I '
GERMAN POLITELY EXPELLED
I . 'ologn? '. 1 h? ii Ipoll ? <"" rpond
hi lia baan t ? i" l!' ?' '"
It ' oast I
, rj r iti.-, , r?f .he .i
?; | I ' .
"THE SUN" C?NFIRiVIS
STORY OF ?ES S
The Tribune's Exclusivo
Muncemenl Causes Mud
RUiVlOR AS TO PRICE P
^peculation as to Future Pc
o? the Paper?Mr. Reick':
The exclusive announcement In
Tribuna y?sterda* morning that '
?'. Rslck had obtained contn
'?The sun" is confirmed bj the folio'
Btatemenl In "The Bun" this mornii
"The controlling Interesl In th
Printing and Publlahlng Association
i t-een purchaaed from the eststs of ?
;,i:u M. Laffsn i" w illlam C. R?
: will direct th" property In the futur
pri aidi ut ;?i;.I publish) r.'
"Th" Now Torli Times'' thia mor
publiahea the following editorial u
t he caption of "Thi lui ' ? ? Owi
Mr. William ? ' R? Ick, t ho for the
; fii ?? ysara tm? been ted in
I management of " -The Tlmi ?-." : ?? i
signed, and having scqulred from
estate of William M. Laffan th? i
i trollinp ?>? h. , hip of ' The Ni s ^
Sun." morning snd evening, sill to?
I assume the management oi thai ni
We sincerely regrel the aeveranci
i the relations b? I i een Mr, Relrl
j "The Times ' Hi la a man of I
it]. ?if unusual gifta and a v?
, experience In Jo n nallam He has h
recognised by members of th?
! ..no of the in it equipped
men In the country and ho enj
esteem and respe L Ha la moreo?
la gentleman whooa ag? ess lila per***,
qualitlea bsvs msde It n plessun to
associated with him Ho cai
rhini from "Th.' Times" the rr,
will of ?ill tho members of ita
they are of one mind In wish
, full measure of n his new ? e
The Tribune's announci enl
? lowed by the publication in all t ? le
im? afternoon papers of long articles
the Bubject, In which the truth of 'I
Tribune's Btatemenl aras si ? pi
Slthough at that time th
tics to the transaction refused to g
?m Information on the
Ko positive Information
fnrthroniiiir; ;?? to the terma of t
sale or the future policy Ol "Th? Hi
under Mr. Relck'a management, Sp?-.
In?* of the prie? pr.ii.Rblv paid,
"*The .Now York Evening World" yesl
The purchase war- msde from Mra
M. l.affan. srldow of the, Int.- owner
the property, and the price paid
asid to ratisie between ?2,000.000 a
I$2,500,4300 Formal announcement of I
naw ownership will he made to-morre
The negotiations loading up to t
passim of the oontrol ara said to ba
been conducted by .lames M Bsck,
the Arm of Shearman & Sterling, knoi
In Wall Stre'-t h.s Standard OU att<
neys. Since the death of Colonel Fran
Un" Bart let i Mr Book has been SCtl
an attorn? ?? few the various "Sun" pu
Owing t?. tho fad lhai Mr Relck t
(the last flv? years hi Sd an ll
| portant position on "The Now To
'Tours.' it led to ' ? Bupposition ?'i
' there wss ai itl m bets i en h
and the owners ol "The Tunes' in t
purchase of "The Run" properties Ti
absolute!) d< nled to da i by t
os neis o? "The New fork Th
During il" life of th? late H. H Ro
era, Mr Reick wa a? prison
friend of thai member <.f th? Btanda
i h; group. He numben d among *
frienda auch powerful financiera
James Stlllman, ' ? In Nation
i city Hank, and i !lar ?ni e h Mackay, I
multimillionaire, Wh? ther Mr. 8tl
man and Mr. Ma? kay are Interested
the purchase of "The Sun" prop? rtl
could not be learned
?'AMERICA HANDLES CUSTOM
| Nicaragua Turns Over Control t
Adviser from United ?States.
Ban Juan del Bui Ml? arag is, i '?
The* Nlcaraguan Finance Minlsti
handed ?>* or the in tom I ot - to tl
Ametii ."i Pin n rial Adi isei ol th? NI?
This action li taken In connection wl
the i. adjuatmi i I --1 N ? financ?
? hir-h 1- to be csi ; led oui \\ Itli th? sld
tho Amerli in governmenl and with h
?jrhlch .i" iorll.na fi nm '
i ..o i. inki i
ADS TO INVADE FIFTH AVE
I Carncgir and Huntington HotlSe
Noar Site of Proposed Pence.
; Tha| v. ctkMi of Hfll . ? - ?
? Sfnh and Wth ireel
lo tl ?? m m in?- nelgl
, .). HHil It I" ? '
i ?,. dial ii '?????
' ii,,i..i . ? ? ' ?
ln| f? feel aid
' lo ??- .t. ?! ? ? nil i ??:
? i loas i ifth ??
I he O ! -.
Those ? ho obj? rte<l lo ll
n0l , ,,. e to ? i.i' n ng wl
I tu .1" at." m ii Arch? i M Hunting
.,,,, w hose homi i si No ;i - I Klfth a v.
nil... lakj thai i.I th?
until i.- cam? to II
.\t i.an? Van Ingen, arhow lioua? ? ,.i So
i,,] run, ,.\? n . ltd II was noi ; ?
1 t,, havi aui li ?? I? ?M no
k,,,,* ho? i" i"- ?"i It, as II wa lv '??
on in? own? i <* ii'ii? a
? ai the i'i"' k bel
ITALY MAKES AN APPEAL
1 Asks Slate D?pgrtBgJlt to Stop Moviui,
Picture.-, of Alleged Massacre.-..
\\ nah ngt4?ti i '. ? II Ita
i. ... i h.' ? ... lop tl
. i,, united Htati ol motion 11?
h !?? i- i 'i
In Ti n "ii by lull i .
? .til". In '. o in.h i n. p|
,, i . ,i ..'I hi i " produced
? Tin Btati i '? ?ai tm? ni Inform? d tl ? m
- ? ? 11 ? h had h.ii
th? ut.Mi,- .,t , ahl biting "i motion
plcl." - a, II * ""i'i -i" .? lui ii.i i,, top
'i.i lb? ?
.\ ri,..-, of lh< Ami..,
iyi'1 of :
. I I !? 'I ? ? I '
(O,, ||V I
-.-"? . i
ll I I I il...,, . i ,
SKI.I. TH? OLD CARCASS TO CONEY ISLAND.'
Representative Macon. nf IrkanMs, ailvocatad idling 0* wreck of lue Maim' larhlrli noa spp<-ar> ?* ??*>*
photograph lirrtowi for aboti purposes The if?Mi?.e vot.-d down In? proposition,
I'll,,Inri-a',I, l ? ., ? ripi.t.,1 ?,, -h? linr'i, ai, p.,.? \ ??n. ' i f ;r,n
HOUSE REFUSES 10
SEIL MAINE IB
Republican Leader and Miss
sippi Democrat Almost Com?
to Blows in Debate.
MILLION HAS BEEN OFFERI
Macon, of Arkansas. Would Tu
the "Old Carcass' Over t
[?Traaa Thr Tribun? ft'i"?-i
v? sshlngton, r>ec. I6.-?The Mai tut
, Queenaberry rule? came near hems s'
Btituted for the rule?? of th? House
da1 liefere that hod>. in a turbulent at
?don. finall.\ passed the ursr.it deflcier
bill, - .irrylnK a little more than |2.00
ii?'.. Representative Mann, the minor!
1.1. and Representstive sisson.
Mississippi Democrat, w?re the near ce
testants. The dehate throughout W
ne.re heated than ordtnaHI* attenda I
consideration ef ? bill appropi atl
hundred?? ef millions.
Mr. Mann and Mr. Blseon diaagre
over the disposition of the wreck of t
battleship Mame, to complete the ral
ins "t* which the bill appropriatea |25l
000. The Mississippi;.!! proposed to s
wreck to the hlghesl bidder rath
i ban tow it oui to sea for honorai
burial. Mr. Mann bitterly denounc
un i. .mi unpatrlol le |?ui pose, saying.
aurprlsed Mr Blason hsd not al
proposed "to sell the bones of the de?
seamen who perlsl ed with the ahip."
"Onlj the rule..; of the House," shout?
the Irat? Misslsalppian, prevented hi
: from "resenting the Insult." The mino
it leader suggested thai the rules <>f ti
i louse n?'? 'i nol Int? rfere. The ts
um mi., i a glared al I ther and 1 h?
The refer? i a .? Representatl?
I I ..:',.- of V t?. .h' BC? . S'hO i" I'llpi.
the ..hail in th. a i", le- of B|X -ik
( 'i.. 11. Mr Hughe? I inged the gar?
. ail.-.i i un.- and began to look besee. I
Ingl* m th? direction of the sergeant at
arm who seemed far leaa apathetl? th..
Aa fiery tilt? ..r.- he? omlni quit
the thing in the Houee times days, eve
i he I ? morra ta m ' tpp na amona I h? n
? - ? i?.. n i l?e||e?. u i ha? th? Kneak?
I m ill ha - ? i" mak< hims? f Cam ?r ? M
I elihet lin Marr|uia of Qneenaberr? rul?
! , i thoc-r- ,,f fhe London pri/. lin.;
t1 ' n -i ? '?? Bubatltuted al n moment
noil? >? for n Ind'a Pr? '; >nta Jen*? i ion
Mann il and tha? r?1 h? r t Im? >honni .?
i'..i ii.iui. ..i.,i .i"- umeni, Rules an
i:- ..? talions of th? House of Repres? rita
Representatl? a Mi.F Arks
s. if ''uistiti.ti ?1 watchdog of the Treaa
, i altogel her the s J ?">??< m m ap
I'l-'pt t.h ion for t h? Main?, Rte!n| In
di^n tntly, i he trkanaaa member de
? lared thai the peofrte had been pi If ere?
long enough for sentimental reason??
I He understood thai s..m.- one had mad?
.,, ?p..,- ,,; N| .mh?.?ni'. for the Main. ||
,,,.,... to ? vini.ii 11 "to aentitncntal curl?
huntot ? :,i ' "? i"' Island "i ? lae* here
v. i,: hai nol thla oil? r be? n a? ? ?? pt? dr
d? mandad Mi Ma? on in the stantoriai
. n of th. \i i an ?' bust Ii
M.icon Would Sell the Wreck.
? i believe il would be b? tt. i for n..
I. ople to ' ' ' bal we can for the hip
i,, ...?.i ? 'i hen are plenl i ol novelty
'. and O '.? ) i landltea who would
glad!) tak? I ' e old cat i ?<? a a hen I
and pa) a fool pri? ? for il m ord? r to
;.,.! n over here and ? barga s.i mucli u
look ?>! ''? or >? ii plecei ul 11 to ? irlo
hunt? ra s1 so mu? h u ? m iu
. 'h. liiiii, in FltSg? raid " i!; \|.pi,,
i i.iiiiiiiit.. tronglj u
. ?: th? hull
in m> opinion th- Araerl. poople
: in.t tolerate maklni u publi.
,,i : bal "i'1 ? ? aael," h? aatd i hen
om? ihlitga lhal an Mcred t-. th,
,, opt? and amona lb? al an the remain
i m? n ot - at In den net ..i th
i ,,u,,n i would deploi - th? \i
ni .?! ? ipi Ina i" mal ? ? pi i i
....i , i o.i '." ? ? !? i" tt till thi
?i ? iiiiiinii.il ai m i on?! i'?s?.
APPEAL FOR MORSE Ad
President Likely to Decide C
Early This Week.
Waehlngton Dec. 16 t?v applies
of ' "harta w Moi -r tha i ont i
banker, for a commutation of his
tr-n.-t- mi aci oiint ?if UlS serious
ditir.ii of his health, will probabtj ba
posed of b? President Taft early i
week. H M. Do**ghsrtyi counsel
Mors?, discussed tlio rase with ??ffl?
of the DsfNtftmenl of Justice to-da>
Th? asttlement of the matter awal
report to Attorney Qemeral Wlck?rrs1
from the arms physician at Fort
Pharaon, Oa where Morse was rem<"
tor observstiem, giving an expert 01
Ion as to tha state of Morse's health
GIRL'S MAXIMS POPULA
Stenographer's Rules Distribu
,-p Tclarnapti to Tha Tribuns '
'bi.-ago. D*o. lfi.-MIss Helen
Brooks, a stenographer in the offi. e
tha Illinois estotra] superintendent
Msttooh, ni. is aomething of ? phIR
t'her, sh? i.;?.? evolved man] useful
aorvatlona when not busy t'oundinsr
keya or tnging dictation. Hero
aomi of thi i r Incipal ones:
The girl who pildr.q hersr-lf on hem;
"good fellnw" oiiRli' not complain if
?it'll in the ofljrre take her nt her won
rt'B tust as e>>>\ to I.Bt as to kn><
an?i It helpa a lot more.
It Is the Hiubitiiin ?>f some stenograph
! to ko ?.ii the Mage, "f others to z"i 111
ried; none wants to keep ..n just be
a employer*, aotne men are diffleuii.
women are ImpoMdble.
Tb--, "rules of conduct'' ao Imprest
? ??,;' tala of the railroad, t.. -
tention the \ uame i Bsuall*. thai .
; of th' m a ill be pewted conapb
. vary oftli a of the railroad ayatera srh?
i girl atenographera are emptoyed.
Other thoughts which Mi-s Brooks h
d along the same lines si a:
The Klri v. ho cr-ts msrried ao aha c
?ull work aometlmes exchange-a a coi
ortable -;ilnr\ to work for I.?) ..
\ aroman who w?*ara a N.. 7 abo? ca?
I afford i" hav? en amiable disposition.
If ? girl has tri??) everything elae a
made a failure of it. her folks think ah?
! milk?' a k:"..d stenographer.
Home p. opli ai ? so Int? n! on being i
table the?) forg? t t>? be kind
A widow begins by understanding s ni*
I sh" ends by marrying him.
if it were ti"t for men, cooking wou
i n, i-orne s loa! m t
Pome girh think tho\ are attractive wb
the? ?re merely attracting attentioi
Women would rather have privileges tlu
Sniic women msrrj be*csuae th?y haver
th? moral murage t.? remsin single,
JOHN D.'S GIFT COST $45
Tap; on Phonograph Presented t
eland I'c I?'? John P. Ro?-k<
frtlei did hi . rhrtatmsa shopping esrlj
Th? ? ngi I ? ? Ion "f the Ru? lid ?\i anu
t . iiui'-b here. ? hi? h he attend
nigh) Found that oui Last Runda
the Re? Dr. W W. Bustard t"M til
I ?."ii thai he had a aurpr
them and a'ould reveal the Be**re1 ;?t ih
i 'ridi ?- nlglil pro; ? r m? ? ting?
\\ in n ihe ni--' i mis' aaaembled th?
I tor's Htm?.in-.. ? iii'iit wsa awslted wltl
1 Interesl .-..in. >. lb ed a nes pastoi
had b? > n ? ngagi d and othera hsd ai
I? e. thai John I? had given mon mone:
t.. ib.- church
.1.1 ? the Re?. Di 1'. istarel ai
.m uddreaa Caruao'a voice wsi
- an sir from un Itallai
opei... l-attT the i. of Mme. Tetras
? -.-. . heard. Investigation nhowa?!
thai Mr Rockefeller had made a l'hrlal
maa |ir ?-? nl .>: .< phonograph to the rou?
gi .-';:..t Ion. He si ?. senl ?! fine ? ? lie ?
i ion ? f f. ords,
'i h? i ric? i. -. m irked ? l."*t), a.? Isl i
on lb- m." inn.-.
WOUNDS WIFE; ENDS LIFE
Negro Attacks Maid and Kills
Self in Home of Army Officer.
\ ,i i... '?-. it?
?*? illiami ?< ^i....ci" .?i ?i liui band m .1
maid Ii 'i ? tai \ i?-. ..i ? 'aptaln Ktna non
? ; w h. i. 1, ? 1 th .,1 , ... ah 1 "du-. : ..i m.
1 .?1 im. burst Into Ihe latt? 1
m ibe M.iiiin im apsrtmenl i" nlghi ad
alaah? -i il .?:..- | in ,.1 w it h .1 1aaoi He
and it.. h dree
' t ? '\ ? ? 1. h own ' i" ?. 1 u nil
Bin thai hi h?*ad uvas .,1.1
l'aplati ? 1 ? . 1 front room
-i in ??:... in . m ih ttra l<??! R
I ? , ! .,,..,. ,? i, ,
??. I. ? 1 ? I III?
1 .? -? 1 led do ? '
I, , III. |i. . ? ,.l M h ?,. ,|
i . ui VN Ii? I? n ha l ?s " plaoad und? 1
11 d "t .lectivi .1 ?1 allas??"
LLOYD GEORGE INJURE
IT SUFFRAGIST MISS
Male Adherent of Equal Ri<
Hurls Brass-Bound Box ?
NEARLY PUTS OUT AN E
Weapon Strikes British Lea
Full in the Face at Close e
Meeting, in Which He Fa?
vored Votes for Women.
tyjndon. Dee. 18.?David Uovd fi?"
i ?"haneeilor of the T"*ch?v?uer. tvas
j rlouety Injured her*? this evenlnr ?
j leavinsr a vomcti'? Liberal meetlna
t>hieh h* had just mad? an addr?s=
A mal" su??ragMt hurled ? brassbe
r?ex at the ?"'haneeilor. Btliking htm
In the fare euttlne Ms lip d bf
Injuring one of hla "y***1 x doctor
, attended to the <"*hancellnr'? injuries :
he had a'narros escape from io?dne
Sir Erdward "?re' and Mr Lloyd Oat
? both sddressed the meeting in favo?
Including female franchise In the c
arnment's suiTrage bill nexl year.
The police had taken eatr
pi, lutlona to exclude militant ?
fragtet? from the meeting, bul evldei
some of th? m for? ? '1 their a a; throi
the ban i? r.
FLEES FROM DEAD BARBI
' Customer Jumps from Chair
Man Expires from Apoplexy.
George Hutchenhelmer, of N'<>. i
J Richardson street, Brooklyn, was bac
; frigh ened last nigh! when a bar?
'who ?as ahavlng him died suddenly i
'side him with the razor In his hand.
With one side of hie face anaved a
the other lathered he lumped out o( t
chair and ran from the shop with"
stopping to gel his coat and hat hangti
on a hook His property eras identlfli
i j ..,rds the police found la the packe
and returned to hiffl later, BJ DOthll
could move him to return to the ah?
ami claim ii hin
Th?? dead man ?? ,i ? ir-.,e Conmeratan
sixt j is-. ? ? ? Bra old, " h" kepi a shop ,
v:,, '.i;?. Nassau Btreel He was pr<
nounced dead from apoplex* bj D
Towell "i "'?, Cumberland Btreel Hoi
pltal, ? h" t'.'.ind hi'ii i r'v lx - Idc tli
' - hair i? u i. tl . r.i -,,r .-.mi ' lasped in h
APPEARS WITHOUT A WIFI
Cha r?os Corbin Sharos in Incom
from Father's F.st;itc. However.
? ii- '... f.,,,, -,. 'i ?
\r-? riittalti. i otiti . Dee 18 Th? f?ui
of Philip ?'oriin. foundet "f ?hr- mammel
. nrbln Ind?ieir1ee ??( New BrMala, Conn
"a tattled in the Pr ?bate t oari to u.?
aad aggregal d ?.??>?.???? ids son Charle
is ,i ;.. anclan In the use <>( the ?ncom
and I7S.000 additional m I apart fei hin
it h<% matr
When the case cam? ip before Judge B
| I'. Gsffney Mr. fortrtn ?lid not preaeni Mr.
? Ivea the Income >>( S300.??XI
and b) .'?:..in becoming a benedlcl Mi. Coi
I bin, who araa divorced from 'us rirsl irtf?
?m? Urn? i ????? a m ha? ? the additl.
Income, in tb< ?ettlement "f th. est?t?
the mi : fund t" provide for the matrt<
mon al . ondltion wet? ? .m ,?
Then la no time eel in a hlch Mi t
IS tO III.Ill j
HOTEL POTTEtTaNNEX BURNS
Santa Barbara, Cal., Tourist Re?
sort Barely Saved.
dam .i . o . |.-,,, ihfj
afternoon d itroyed the ii.-i. i Potter aanei
here, it I It requlrtMl unusual efforts to sa ve
? .t? i proi et one >.r ti..- leading |
i allfoi ni? i h- i? ? ? atimatod
Mo llvea ??? ? r? lost, although live i" rsoas
w? ? Inr " erlfual* The fir?- tari
".?m of the Laundt >. pna,
ab|) ii"in gaeelena Then ?ra? an explo
.-i..n. and m an Inatanl the building
i n.m ? is In til?- building a.i.? t- i
. nd man? ol h< m et
1 lad. n ? Ith th. n belonging - ? hl? h i
1 'i in m t< nnia .rt
i" nlgbl ik ppw? ' ph.nl I kit?, and tiie
I bot? i ia Light? a a nu na ad lea '
Tells Czar's Ambassador Senate
Is Certain to Modify the
Language of Sul/er's
MAY DENOUNCE TREATY
Action Will Probably Be Ba?e-i
on Ground That It Is Obsolet**
Prevailing in Pass?
; rlB-taa Snrea
?Washington, Dei If* Tha Russlag
Ambassador has conveyed to the PlSSl
denl .?ii informal intimation tiiat T'uy'ia
regsrd ihe seSet?ptkNi of the Masi
r? solution, .?s now T?.??r?ied, as nu un
fri?ndlv .i t The ambassador B as In
fi.riii'.i i.- Pteertdani Taft tha? there i ad
ai n?> tinm been an) Intention on the
parl of the Senate .if adopting th?* re?
oltltfoti in its pi^?f>nr fr,rm. and that it
waa probable ?hat as Anally -?dented 11
would prerrkle few the denuit-ctatton ai
the trssti .ni tha ?round tha* Ri at
\ i<i i ? ?ti ?- ar?' ..bsi'lete
what haa bass terme?! "Bulsadaesii
dipkwnscy" has at ii?? tim? commanded
th?? I*espsc1 "f tb>- upiier h'iuse of Con?
gress, and Ds-meMfatlc Senator? SIS |
much <i|.|.??s"<i to th? beiinos*? phrsss?
otogj <.f the Representative from Nop
York as are the Republicana. It has
been held all aiong by those competen*
t?) interpret treaties that it smuld be mi
possible to establish th.? ?-ontenfion t !ia ?
Russia bad violated the provisions of the
troat.v i.f is';*.', and it woul?l be reg ?
as ihe height of folly for this ..oun'r-, | ?
mak" such a declaration If It COOld no'
sustain it. Nor would any good e.
served by BUCh a ?-ourse. It is tmt ?
Basar) to charge Russia with bad faith
in order to impress on that countiv the
earnestness of the Unite?) States in its
attitude regarding discrimination again,.'
.Nmeriian Jews The denunciation of th?
trsat) win prove sufti'-ient to acbtsva
that end. and in the opinion of
. ompetenl to form a Judgment as
matters anything beyond that wo'ild ht
not onl) childish and flamboyant
would seriously and unn<?ceni>ar.;
hamper the future .-elation?- of Mm
country with Russia.
The announi'enient that the language
of the Sulzer resolution srould DC rr, ?*
was made in these dippat?*hr to t?v
Tribune of this morning. Where " ? ?
further said that the resolution wfJtttd he
made to assert onl> what th? i'??i'?i
States could sustain.
Proteat Made by Ambattarior.
considerable excitamani pre ? i
TVeshlneton to-day when it -va- lea
that th? Russian ?\mbaaaader h^d in
form*d the President ,,f th*
ne?? of his government rea:?rrimr ?
language of til? Sulzer rr?nl?it jop In
some quarters It na.? empha?
nie?) that tilla nas true. it waa ""?
f?rm?'i m ?>ther? howevsr, as that II at
.ame obvions that ths denials were
based on th? form of th? protest rath-=
t;-m on one having been made ?Va ha
been said, the protest ?as entirely in
forms! it asetns obvkniH thsl tbeadop
ti'.n of the aviser r?solution b
House, without waiting f.-i the t. ?lu?
nation of the netgotlatlnna the PNatkfani
bad institut?sd th**o?jgh Ambaaasdo
Guild, lias rendered futile th? effort- ?
Mr I'.uild t.? secure sa abatement <?f th?
conditions which ara s., disptoasing is
the t'nlted States.
When ihe Committee on Foreign Re.
lations meets on Monday it will be pre?
pared t.. recast the Bttiaar i -?solution,
an?! there is n??t likely t.. he any parti?
san divlakm on the subject This aaa]
be dons In any ??ne of thrse waya U
BUbstitUtion of a simple resolution pro?
viding toi the termination of the treat
? "I'l.uie with the trssti Itsslf, tha
snbstitutii.il of an amendment giving a?
a reason for the denunciation the fact
that the treaty is obsoleMa or the ?liml
natloti from ths iulser "resolution, which
la iil.-iitl'-al with that introduced bv Set?
;it.?r ?'?iibersun. auch aiprnaalong a?
might b? regarded i ? objections ble tfl
i h? Russisn go\ ernaaent
ThOSg \v 11 > are a tuated ,>n v '..
iii.-n?isiii|i few ins Jssrs, and n-.t a? ar
l,v ,? desire tO mike p.'rsolial pO|it|CS
. i pits I '?ni of thla unfortunate situa??.-.!-.
although the) reg.-?i,i with? **egrel
displessure Russia *a ?Us. riminstkm
against Ihsl race, feel that su. h fn?'id
ship la best tr.?ni"te.i by ronsariatti ?
.iiin.ii action .? in. b -.?.ill leave no i sn
few dOUbt as In the position of the
I mi. .1 Btstes, ! ut win. Ii, on the ?? ?>
baud, "dl engender IM unnecessary bo?
tiiity. It la r? alisad thsl the i tomo
who air' in control of th?1 House, ?mvi
bad little or t!>. e\i? i.. o.-., vvi'b foreign
affairs; that the ? I.airman ..f th.- |**ja*
elgn Affairs Committee has m ths past
regarded Buch affairs aa worth) only of
being used b) in? mi.?-is of ihe House
promote their polltk*sl fewtunee-, aa sots
the ?..-? of the i'."-i asr, and
thai "i? the senate resta ihe real ne
?ponslbilll) of checking an exubewait-rs
t.. empk>) n" bsraher term, whl?*n might
result dtaeurtrousl) in dlr-sctkme to whb i
the Demo? ratlc Repn sentatli ? b.?
niv.-n ii" thought. ..r vvliii-b ?i
i noy ha* ?? ?>" bnaa i- dg?
Coose'vativa View? to Prevail.
ih? attitude ..! a nrnjorlt) of I h
m.nib?!- ..; ih" < "tiiinitt?-.- la n.?! the i ?
suit of i?-p. rta thai tin* Russian g.??.-i i
-natal had intinint.-ti t.. th.- Unttsd *-?
that it vv.mid rsgard ths ,i?i?.pti<?ii <>i the
Bulaer resolution as an unfriend!) ?
The visa "f most <?f th?* wsmbsra ba4
..,.,.ii that th?- treat) ahoold be tsntgl
,,,,(,.,) ?,iil llial It sb'.tlld be dOlM dlplo
,,,:,,, ,,||v . II'?t belli. "S- I)
Senat?"' ??""' espraased ih?- opinion
[noms um. "*;?' lhal Ins tragt) was ..l* .
? i, i,- and should be n i '?*? ? ?i Mr. i.'xig?
',,1, lb?- t1???r <?f lb?- Se?al?-. I \picsse,| | |( .
?i.rUe.f that th?- presen i resolutton afeeiitd
i?. rhsngsd to ...nt'Tin t" (h? lerm^ ?
',!,,. trealv Other S-n.?|ors. as mdl?-ate.|
i.v th.- debate when the suiter rgs-sl?.
limi was r.'l'crr.'l '<? the ? <>mmtf?? ? ?
jesud that Hie sul'J?-? l should baj con