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FOR FREEDOM H
?Utile Hornet's" Blood
Now Determined to Ge
a "Square Deal."
COURT ADVANCES WF
Habeas Corpus Proceed
Made Returnable To-morr
?Battle to Go to Su?
General Cipriano Castro, former I
(dent of Venezuela, who always
loved a fight, has entered with al
fighting Mood into the legal steps
have teen taken to have him freed
SUla It-tnd. where he has been ?
Us arrt\al from Pajrla last Tues
aetiting some action that was to
Mrmirf' Ms eligibility to coma In.
rag-rets no*w his determination to re
g) Curo pe. which he announced afl
l-eiim:. - hearing* on the day he
He expressed yetterday his gratl
gao ever the tntereet which Ge
rjardor. Battle and other Amerli
gave taken in hlro, with the end in \
t? having hlru admitted. Hit only e
??tent for puhltcatton was elicited by
graundtng cf the tteamahip Ame
atetara ay on which he had enga
paaaagn, which he had cancelled Iat?
flt?MJ afternoon, when he learned I
?Mr. Battle had ?worn out a writ
habeas corpus for him In the fed
?curt The general said: "Well, t
rannot blame me for that, anyway.'
General Castro's determination to
lack to Europe without further i
Beding, ft was said, was due to
tmburassment and mortification
leK at the treatment which this g
?rumeiit accorded him, which was
suite what a man of even less nerv
?emperament or less reflected greatn
?f the past would care to experiei
But for General Castro, th- busy, b
?ting little hornet of Venezuela polit
it vas a decided shock.
Want "Square Deal," Say? Battli
George Gordon Battle, who. it ?
said. ha?l interested himself in a le
way in the case of the Venezuelan an
only because he believed In a "squi
deal." succeeded yesterday In hav
Judge Holt, in the United States t
trict Court, make returnable to-morr
the writ of habeas corpus, lnstetd
Friday, the day originally set. Bo Gi
eral Castro will put his foot down
New York for the first time when he
brought to court to-morrow.
it waa said that in ease the writ
dismiaaed and General Castro is i
turned to Ellis Island the raise will
taken to the United States Suprei
Court. This will mean that it will r
come up for final disposition for thr
months at the earliest, in which tir
the immigration officials will be i
?trained from taking any action for t
deportation of the general. It is like
that Mr. Battle will move to have Ge
eral Castro released under a hea1
bond until his case is disposed of.
General Castro occupies a peculi:
position. There has been no ord
taaued for his deportation as an und
eirable alien. So far as known 1
meets every legal requirement und'
the law for admission to this COUntr
But the alten must prove this admiss
bfllty. Bo far General Castro has ti?
no opportunity to do this, aa there hi
[teen no hearing before the board ?
Wpectal inquiry and he haa not asked f<
;eay. It wat pointed out that tint
f Castro had volunteered to leave th
toutttry before any definite action ha
.?-tea taken in hla case it was now up t
him to aek for the hearing before th
board. Thla will probably be the de
?ftnee of the government at the argu
onent to-morrow on the writ of habea
A representative of the office of Mi
Battle remained more than two hour
i ?1th General Castro. He said he f oun
the general in good humor, but wit]
'hia fighting spirit thoroughly aroused
net having been aware until Friday
whan the writ was taken out for hin
?a which he cancelled hie passage, tha
j t-sore was any proceeding he could taki
la prolong his stay here. Also, his ap
Petite continues good, and he pays ai
ht goes along, in American gold.
Refuted Confltcated Btook?.
Oeneral Jon?* Manuel Hernandez, wh<
?a known as "El Mocho," and Is also ?
d'ttinguished Venezuelan military rnar
?ad statesman, supplemented yester?
day his denial of the statement of Gen?
eral Castro that President Gomez ol
Venezuela had turned over to him nom?
?* the exiled President's property,
^lch was confiscated when he left the
country, with a more detailed denial, in
whlch he said that Gomez did offer
nl*n tome of the Castro property in the
form of securities, hut that he had re?
General Hernandez showed a letter
*hlch he wrote to President Gomez
frem San Juan, Porto Rico, on Novem
N* 27. 1911, in which he said: "Fa?
vors? j?0 doubt, general, whoever
dlctat?id your letter was not aware
lhat those favor? which you intended
to extend to me in the form of a large
Ptckage of stocks of the cigarette mo?
nopoly were rejected by me. Remem
**f your own word?: 'They are thoso
?f Don Cipriano which we have dia
P?oed of, and very Boon I will give you
?bother part of the shares of the Cora
Panla de Navegaci?n del Orinoco." If y
??"?wer waa to give my thanks for
your generosity and to leave you with
.your arm extended with a package of
General Hernandez added: "I have
? ade \% pinin more than once that I
i**vt no interest in General Caetro.
i. Miman $c do.
FIFTH AVENUE Thirty-fourth and Thirty-fifth Streets NEW YORK
A Very Important Sale of
Women's Muslim Underwear
consisting or 10,000 Undergarments of excellent quality and workman?
ship, representing a variety of new models in cambric, nainsook, etc.,
which will b? offered at the following exceptionally !ow prices:
at 75c, 95c, $1.35,1.65,1.95 & 2.25
at 95c, $1.25, 1.45 1.75 <* 2.25
at . . . 95c, $1.25 & 1.75
Chemises at 95c, $1.25,1.45 & 1.75
at 45c, 75c, 95c, $1.35 ft 1.75
at $1.25, 1.65, 2.25,3.00 * 3.50
Also for TUESDAY,
Radical Reductions Have Been Hade
in the prices of HIGH-COST FUR AND FUR-LINED GARMENTS
FOR WOriEN; HEN'S FUR-LINED OVERCOATS; FUR COATS
FOR HISSES AND CHILDREN; also NECKPIECES AND HUFFS.
Women's M.gh?Gost Fur Coats
AT VERY GREAT REDUCTIONS IN PRICES, AS FOLLOWS:
Moleskin , $125.00 & 300.00
Karakul . 05.00 & 350.00
Hudson Seal . 225.00 a 450.00
Hink . . $.350.00*1,500.00
Broadtail . 390.00 & *75.00
Alaska Seal . 550.00 & S,250.00
In addition to the above, A LIMITED NUMBER of
Fur Coats, Neckpieces and Huffs
will be offered at special prices, as follows:
WOHEN'S FUR COATS
Black Fox .
at $50,00, 85.00
. . at 38.00
Seal-dyed Coney ?it $58.00, 75.
Hudson Sea! . . . at 165.00
NECKPIECES AND HUFFS
. $6.75 $7.50
. 16.00 18.00
. 28.00 35.00
Persian Paw Sets
Civet Cat .
. $30.00 $25.00
. 28.00 15.00
9.00 ? 6.50
TO FACILITATE SHOPPING. SPECIAL SALESPEOPLE WILL. IF REQUESTED.
BE DETAILED TO ACCOMPANY PATRONS TO THE VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS.
Also I ?erant te eay that I am away
from my country because I never com?
bat men who are only incidents In the
politic of my country. I do combat
pernicious government systems, and
(?eneral Oomez, In spite of his promises
at the time of the reaction against the
Caetro regime, has proved that he put
aside only the man?Castro, his friend
of many years?but has continued the
f-iame system, and ha? even added to i
the number of monopolies that flour- I
ished In the country in the time of
JOHNSTON TEXAS SENATOR!
Appointed by Oolquitt to Suc-|
ceed Joseph W. Bailey.
Austin, Tex., .Ian. 4 Th? appointment j
of R. M. Johnston, setter In chief of "The |
Houston Post," a? ?BOSesaSf to Joseph W.
Halley In the l"nite?l States Senate for
the term expiring Matea 4 next, wes sn- j
nouncd to-day by t?overnor rolqultt.
Colonel Johnston has be?"n a supporter
ef 8enaior Ballsy Ihtcufihoiii th. politi? jI '
tights which have centred about .Mr. |
Bailey. He w?ui for twelve yeara Detno- j
eratte Xatlonal Committeeman for Texas,
his neivUe ending last summer, when tlie
Texas primaries Indorsed Woodrow Wil?
son. Johnston had supported Ji.dson Har?
mon, and did not stand for re-election.
Colonel Johnston i.-? expected to hold |
office only until the expiration of Senator I
?Bailey's term, as Representative. Morris I
M hep pa nl was mimed at the Demorret'c ?
primaries as preferential choice to sie -
ceed Senator Hailey. The Legislature, !
which SSSSStS Senator Bailey's success??r,
will convene on Janusry IX Its member?
generally have announced that tasty ?rill
elect Mr. Sheppard.
[Krom Th. Tribun. Bureau. I
Washington. Jan. 4?The resignation if
Senator Bailey became a fact to-day.
when Senator Oalllnger, president pro
?emp?re, laid It before the Senate. It con?
sisted of the simple statement above Sen?
ator Bailey's signature that he resigno!.
The presentation of the resignation wa?
I irregular, as It does not lie with the lea*
BROADWAY, Corner 18th Street
TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMBD
All of Our Own Make and in Present Fashion.
Fine Felts, each $1.00
Two Tone Fells and Felt and Velvet. each $3.00
Fine Velours, each $3.00 and $4 00
All Velvets, each $3.00
Trimmed Hats, each $2.00 to $8.00
ate to accept it. It was laid on the tnbl
Senator Bailey will des ote himself t?
the practice of law before the Suprem?
Hull and Cargo of the Workman
San Francisco, Jan 4.?Cable advices to
the Chamber of Commerce here indicate
that the Harrison ?LhsS ?steamer Work?
man, previously reported ashore fifteen
miles south of Hlo de Janeiro. Is likely to
)>? almost a total loss. In that case the
loas on hull and cargo will reach nearly
The captain of the Workman reports
that the vessel Is full of water and that
heavy seas era running. All salvage
Dresses, ?Coats, Waists, Tailored Suits, Skirt?,
Comets, N?glig?e-, Hou?e Gown? and Underwear
Iteagj to W#ar at M'??ler?te Trice? or Alter??.,
Mini? to :_i'?surc Without Extra fliaig?.
I.ANK BRI AKT. 34 WUMt 88TII ST.
vv_?iiin?ton Heifiit?. Braagtray and ?er.d at
uperationa have been ?uapend?d. The
Workman waa bound for I~ondon from
About JViOO.OOO of the lo??, it Is under?
stood, will be borne here. The rest of the
lnturan<?e It believed to have been issued
in I_ondon. The Workmtn carried chiefly
high grade canned fruit? and vegetable?,
estimated to be worth about 1*00,000. Sha
wan a double decked, four masted ??teal
venid of 0.U0 tons reglatcr, valued at ap?
I. Alimatt $c do.
FIFTH AVENUE Thirty-fourth and Thirty-fifth Streets NEW YORK
AN UNUSUALLY IMPORTANT SERIES OF
will be held during January, comprising a large
number of remarkably advantageous offerings.
FOR TO-MORROW (MONDAY), THE FOLLOWING HAVE
An Unusual Sale of Women's Coats
consisting: of smart styles in cheviot doth, chinchilla, velours
and brocaded velvet. These will be offered at the exceptional
prices of . . $12.50, 15.00, 20.00, 25.00 & 35.00
IN THE LACE DEPARTHENT ?
150 Robes (Unmade) of superior quality, comprising artistic
designs in bugle, bead and fancy stone effects, especially adapted for
evening and reception wear, actual values, 1158.00 to 150.00, will be
placed on sale at . . . $37.50, 48.00, 55.00 & ?5J
AN EXTRAORDINARY OFFERING OF DRESS SILKS, consisting of
Over 12,000 Yards of Charmeuse (40 inches wide)
in an assortirent of forty of the latest evening and street shades; also
in white, ivory and black, at the special price of . . per yard $ J ,35
IN THE COTTON DRESS GOODS DEPARTHENT
5,000 Yards Of Ratine (5(> Inches wide), in white and colors,
at $L35 per yard
An Uncommonly Interesting Offering of
25,000 YARDS OF MUSLIN EHBR01DER1ES of superior quality,
at fully one-half their actual value, per yard, 7c, IOC, ISC, 20c to 45c
Sold only in lengths of about 4'4 yards
Also WHITE EMBROIDERED BATISTE ALL-OVERS, with lace com?
bination, single width . . . . at $3,50 & ? .90 per yard
Women's Silk Petticoats at ?pedal prices, m follows:
Messaline Petticoats, in black or colors . . . . at $3,90
Extra Size Silk Jersey-top Petticoats, with messaline flounce, in navy
blue, amethyst or black.at $6.25
White Silk Jersey-top Petticoats, with flounce of chiffon cloth and
Boys' Washable Suits
will be placed on sale tomorrow at the following attractively low prices:
Boys' Imported Pique or Linen Suits, hand-embroidered . . at $4.75
Boys' Russian and Sailor Suits .... at $1.85 & 2.90
Also Boys' Laundered Blouses, in white and colors . . at 60c.
Per half dozen . . . $3.40
Highly Important Sales of Household and Decorative
Linens, Blankets, Bedspreads, etc.
are now being held and will be continued throughout the week. Among
the Interesting offerings included are Lace-trimmed Centerpieces, Doy?
lies, Tea Cloths, Reception Cloths, etc.; also Linen Damask Table Cloths
and Napkins, Linen Sheets and Pillow Cases, Towels and Toweling.
Attention is particularly directed to the following, at special prices:
Table Cloths of linen damask,
each . $2.25, 2.85,3.45 & 4.25
Dinner Napkins to match,
per dozen $3.40 & 5.25
Linen Sheets, hemstitched,
per pair $3.50,4.25,5.25 & 5.75
Linen Pillow Cases, hemstitched,
per pair . 90c, $1.15 & 1.35
Linen Huck Towels, hemmed,
per dozen . $2.40,2.70 & 2.90
Linen Huck Towels, hemstitched,
per dozen . $3.00,5.40 & 6.50
Turkish Bath Towels, hemmed . , .per dozen, $2.40 & 3.00