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ESKN OF WAR
HANGS ON A THREAD
Winter Campaign in Balkans
Will Increase Demands.
TALK NOW OF INDEMNITY
If Tthataldja Is Successfully
Stormed Turkish Frontier
Will Br Western Gate of
LondO! i ';i- ?.??Bleea unfor???=e?-n
eventi rtionld change the current of
?a? it, the Near Hast will
??? in i ?? eeh ?nd Rtarope
-^i ?? ?in borr?n ol s winter
7*1?. slliw have firmly made up thru
?. to take up arme a second tin, .
in?- Tulkl laal week wer?- threatenlri?;
t., isevi London and let matten ink,
itevei courre they might. Now th?
ps;?,-. ; ? re convinced that
UH TurtU ?re merely clriftinc Without
a fixed policy, and they ?have d? I
,. ? mtngtj fruit es? debates
and v ir?- pulUng, and herein the battle!
8n?-,, Where they left off nore th!
SH "i a-e
v- ' their second reaori to arms, the
F-ilk.'in rir sgntee assert, 'heir ;?
t#ru,F aill be different fron those which
T?rke- ? ?k?w rejecting They declare
that Bulgarin will not he .?atisflerj with
8 frottier line from RodootO to ;.?
but win draw jt luvt before ? t gat?
of Cr nstanttnoplp. aoil th?sj ??uzr. I
? damnify of I200.000.0CO or more.
Kiarrol May Resign.
-?nlomats conaMer trie outlook
for Turkey a?, of th.- gloomiest eharac*
ter. Ki.imil Pacha, realgaatioi
* Vizier may be the next develop*
BWnl ' viild be lik?-ly lo be f..|
!'??>??i by anarchy. The country al?
ies ? b hard presetd for nemej atvi
the condition and spuit ?,f the srmy
ar? mutter?, r.f rloubt
i fund? in the I ittoman treasury
>? Relent to meet the eoupon of
' '- - ent loan ?,f 1 ?'"'?,
- du- yesterday, but the im
? ?ttoman Bank made arrange?
? ? sure it-- payment The loan
? *?' ? 111 ? and the amount
??till outstanding as unredeemed
nanclel pr?s 'he Turkish
government le so great at the present
saunent thai the suspeneion ottht pay?
? of the salarie! of official! for two
Council Not Convened.
'?ttoman governn nt failed to
the Grand Council yeeterday
,-ind apparently has nr, .ntention of
? ng the allies' ultimatisn on Adri
?riopl? Th?- allies do not believe in
id, efftrf,r-y of the note whi?"l thi- pow?
er? will prenant al Conetentlaople, be
? it i?? eonehed in terms too mild,
simply adviFiTiK Turkey to s'l.mit to
fat? of vvar and ?bando? Adrt
'? sr "i ? omplteatfcmi in
? ; ' the ? mpire at | time
: i <.,il?i not find moral or
flnonclal support In Burop?
The Turkish (rnvcrnm-tit knows ?hat
this means nothing, ben iware
Ihm the powere will be tltiahle to aglea?
on any coercive menearen. Thus tk?*
presentation by the powers of the n?.t?.
it is pointed ?mt, might mean ?lmpl>
the opening of a new ehapter in the ol?
read;, wearisome diplomats parleying!
und the shiftinc Of the iehate from one
between the belligerents te one bt
tvaern Turkey ari'l the powen
Money Drain Heavy.
The FaHlkan kingdoms. m?>r(??> ei. are
aaxlou! to obtain relief from th< heavy
burd? M Of keeping their armie? on I
wat looting indeflnitelv Wishing,
however, to observe all the diplomatie
eearteetee, they have given the powen
a reasonable time t., f?ame the not?
?nd present it to Turkc>. But Ihll
ence done. 1f Turkey, au is probable
fells to yield, they are determined to
act Their governments have agreed I"
call another sitting <>f the confereno
througl, Sir BdwUld Grey ?ir K*-? ha?i
Pacha, who. according to the rotation
followed, would be the n?xt presiding
offlerr. They ~-.-i 11 then ?imply an?
nounce their dOCkrtOndeflnttell to break
th?- negotiation.? and also thank Eng?
land for the hospitality extended and
' ? i nditione of fair play under which
the diacnastom ooenrrad
Immediately afterward Sofia. Bel
g-ide and Cettinje will denounce the
snailitlce, and the Servian. Pulpar?an
?nd Montenegrin commanders will no?
tify th?? Turkish hoadr,uarters that hos
UMtlei win i.? r?sumed within ninety?
? v honra.
Allies Predict Events.
. Mee say that it is easy to pre
'i't the course of events After they
have stormed Tchataldja. thev proph
?***y, Turkey will be ready to < ode
?pie. just as after the Italians
,n Tripoli she offered to make
I MM which previously die had
?trennoual) refused, and .nist as after
' ? victoria! of the Balkan Ptat's she
?cate announce that butina San?
uan? ?ni #ebruaro tbeo will make
r?duction* of ftcm 10 to 50 pet
cent, on a *,rcat number oT EMnnct
Set?, platea, Cup* an?? Saucer?,
Br.c.?_*_Srac. C3law in Seta, o?o*
Dozens ano Stnflle pieces.
BRAZILIAN LAND STEAL
PLANNED IN LONDON
Cunani, Northeastern End of Republic, Objec?
tive of Filibusters, Now Arming--Raid
to Comprise I 50,000 Square Miles.
? ? >K I HEAS I I- RN BF \ZU.
Mai? showing the Cunani country, the objective ,.i . filibti
expedition n.?\\ ?being planned in London
. . a- to Tlie Tribune
London, Jsn M -? ?n?-? ol the mosl
amaslng itat? plots in mo
v? bi?uiK engineered in ?London, and
hai for some time been receiving thr
?tant sttentloi of the
Foreign OfHce a id the Brasilien lega?
ll i?- a plol to aeise and minnire
i ram hi??: practican? unknown terri?
tory IBO.OW aquare niil*?4 n extent t?->
tb?= extreme northeast of Brasil, known
Plann ere home i?i?i by tl ? leaders
in this remarkable filibust? rtn? venture
t?-> Induce u large number of British
naval and militar; officers, .?? ?? ?
inimb?'r of non-commissioned ofllcoti
and men to he recruited b) them, :
..ut in a f?eei ??i armored ships, which,
is to he provided later, Bra
sillan territory, drive out such :
zilian tronps h? may b* foond there,
;.nd colonise the countn i a 1'toplan
Th?-- lead-ar in tins venture
Irrenchmen, namr?i Adolphe Bn tat
who for peara baa ?beeti living wltl
w iff ?nd ?three ohildren In -? suburb of
London. hr*?7!f*? !.;.?s alresdj Indu < ?1 *
... ir of j ouna men I
commissiflnt? In th< arms .I .
the clv| e of thii o-< all**d fir
s?..?? of ? m..?-i. i ret
Btat? for foreign affaira is an *t>m? ? I
can who manage several mall busi*
? ? fi -i .-? i Inv ofin ?? |n tl ?
Aft?*?r thi? < vesrs ol
? 'unanlan "ii' er It ? ntltk ?i to
inc. mininc fr>w?-i ..j .irh.-m ?or:
The plotters u. I|m? lo time
In .? London vegetarian restaurant.
hitherto i?? en mor?
ui?- ntifled with re* ? ?,
revolutloi - of an? <.?l.?-i kind.
M I'-** Informed .?ffl
.it he would !?? sbl?
in ?lu? ???.iii'i- to ..rriii.C' a
ISn.OPO.nrtn. H? would then h;? ? '
armoi et -. iiill an?! h
?'if-li. <l ??ti th?
When the armada la to
?. ? all wit I ?. ? table run
? ne?-?.. . ? ? ?! ? "wer?
and tuen of I I; I
territoriala !?? lie .)?
?? a thai f;? - Ulan In that
nr\?T Whom fight ' th?ry do ?
?????nsentei* t<-> (er?tit ref ?mi*-? rail
for for thirty-four jreara
?Srim** 40(\.<*~ut Balkan troopi ate r?
?entr?t?-?-! around the fortresi ?f Ki
snople and along th. linea of Tchi
aldja while h^i> s?*>k?- hatterles hi
been placead In position bef??n Adrii
r?t?le. not only from Bulgaria hnl a
from S'-rvla., wlms. arm*? f<" t<
Lee?, r.f great assistsn? d
war. larp*?]?.- auppl Ing War mater
an*l ammunition tti the !?
? l-etM r.-.i r>??v ?vv ich I : ? Sei Ian h<
of Monaattr, asserta thst "ithin t
daya tdrianople ?ran non he raptur?
M Kovakovlcli ol Sen ia, said la
? Ig] *
"' know well the itt'.t.i. n mentslil
ha ?tup ltveri in Constantinople ;.? mi
Ister foi seven yean Turl Ish fatalla
? ? m cling to hope a h? n <?th
reaaonlng beings would underatai
lhat ab whs lost
Besieqer? Close to City.
t-,.-,..?.?, pea visits i?* i lepii
Adrianople on the went and south sid
are ao eloae t?? the iowr. that the? i ?>
count th?- winrlov.-F in th<? ttouses ar
observe the people moving. They w
h?- ahie at a moment's notice to pot
In torrents .,f th.. The Bulgarians, i
the f'th'r si?i?*s, can do the sum.,"
Although the mobillaatrlon ot tr
? an and Italian armies le denle
there is no doubt that Anatrla-Hui
K?rv still maintaina h? r armament
with the object of enforcing her ?lain
In the Balkans, especially In Albania
The plenlpo?tentiariea ??! the alli?e n
tntrk that the attitude of Austi la Hun
trn--> ?s not so much agalnat them a
against Italy? ai??? Iba' for tbia i?.is??i
on tic ?to the i i\ air> ol thee? te o mi m
i- n of tin* Triple Alllanc?. tbi Balka
stale.? will softer. The*- ass? it tha
Auatiria-Hungary is denriring Mont?
negro of Scutari only i><- auae, in ?-hh
that citv doea not become the capita
of Albania, ivlone which i?. under th
dire.t Influence of Italy, will be choeet
KING LEAVES SOFIA
Ferdinand to Meet Gen. Savof
at Mustapha Pacha.
?3oAa Jan it Kin! P>r>?inand an?! th.
ni'-tnbi'is '?f th? ?.linnet ;?r? starting a
midnight foi Muetapha Pacha They wll
m> ? t p. th?! town Qaneral flavoff, th?
?n lanSer-in-chte! an?i the ??-wmmanderi
?Wif th? fou Bl IgariaS artni??
FOR DEMOCRATIC CANADA
J. H Burnhara Deprecates Bcstowa]
of Titles by the Crown.
?Ottawa. Jan. 14.-A bill for the abolition
of certain tltlea in i an?ala un?! foi dis?
r?iur.iKiiiK th? bestowal of of lets ???*;
nia? e?i t'? ?lay on ?the orthn paper i.?r in?
troiiu? tK.n m Parltamenl to-morrow i? i
l!. Btirnham Mr. Burnham v>.?u?,i ,io
Hwav wit!, eaaferrtns lite title of "Hoe*
arable" oa Cahln?et mlnlelsia and other??.
hii.i dl**peeuN witii the ptractlee i?y th??
?TaMae! of reoemmendlng ?'ananiaus for
|r?-.v,,i sirthday an?i New- Yewr honora bj
Mi Minn',am sal?! tO-dS that it war
not iii? ?purpose la Interfer? with the
prerogaUvea ?>t the c**ewn, but to <ii.?
oourage Um gtvini ot titlet In Casada ae
f-?i ii?, it at I a? In ? t?. publl '?!ti< e.
1 H.i,,?l;, || ;, ,|,?|io, -,itl'- ? BUntl ' ii'
HU? land i" < .-? ?t- ? la ? 'iisiinc- |
liana, which ?an m??st undesirable.'
ALFONSO PARLEYS WITH
Spanish Radical and Socialis
Parliamentarians Also To Be
Received by Monarch
Madrid. Jan 1*1 in pureuani
? ? obtain th? opinions on var ?? i
,,i question ol prom nenl rat
llamentartana, Irreepectlve "i pert)
K m- AU - ' received this evei ng 1
I icen leadei s? flor \
? I? ? pr< sldi nt of ih? r of 1 ?ep
with " hoi loni con? ? i
On I) ? r
ate said "The King waa moat ?hatm
Ing to me. We rthiruwrd social sni
i ai ?.o?--1 ions exclus!?? elj I an
lust ai strong i Republtcai
in the course of hhi converiatlon w,n
Se?or A scar at? the King expret ? ?
greal eatlefactlon at the efforti ol cer
tain Republicans to establisheloeern
lationi between Spain and Latin Amer
lea, and remarked that he was consid
( ?-ring making .-< vieil to the Americai
K mg sino dli ied several so
j ? lal queetiona ? on? emmg whk h in- wai
?fully informed. He expresoed !tron|
| approbation of ?'id age pension am
I alao said he would insisi upon He
I strictest honestj m ??!?-? t i?,ti- m,
largeal rellg.i tolerance and develop
m, m and Improvement In ? i ...? r i?.r
, along liheral lines.
in conclueloa the Kin?? mid he <on
laidered th?- .ittrn.uu?, of ., oonetitu?
; Liona! sovereign similar t?> those <.f ihr
president of a iepui.ii,. h. tii.n aaked
Beftor Aacarate if m th.- event of i
Ministerial crisis, he would advhM him
t., coneult the leaders ,?f the Repub*
lean and ? ther antl-d; nasti? parties.
s> ,'ior Aacarate, aomewhal taken
I aback reflected f"i a moment and re?
i plied "< Hi the who!. <?? " \\ >,. i.
j upon the King announced that hen?<
j forth I)?- would do so
By meeting the Republican leader the
| King Is conetdered to have brought
about ii revolution In the Spanien !"?
liti.ai ti stem in ih? direction ??'? "i" n
log th? ,i,?,r? t>. anti-d**naatic pan**)?
onaequen? ? s of a hich ii li now im?
possible to estimate.
Th?- Radical leader, Alejandro Ler?
roux, and the Bocialisl leader, Pablo
i,,s will be 'he nest piomlnent
politicians to h? Invited to the palace.
TIm-sc ?videir? ..f the lib. tal inind
ednem ol the King have produced i
deep end ugreeebl) Impreeeion on ,?H
I inssrs. notably on the Republh ?
.? hose .?: mpathli - for Ihi Kini an
??I .? 1UC
Deput) llelQuladn Alvares, speaking
at ,, gn at im- im? "f K? pubUcan r. ?
formet st Seville, praised th? King's
attitude m cgneldering publli -.pinion
,,. i. ctlni no- constitution Ht
? | who Oppoe? ?I 'lo- Mol?an hist
? ??ii applanec for the
., u. i- ,1 ? and lui lie yen t>> support
tn? monarch ahlk he pereeveree m his
?hu?.' Thii lentlment ??a?< enthnalaa?
ir ,,ii\ sppleaded
WAXES li IN PIS
Paul Deschanel Officially An?
nounces Himself a Candidate
?Six or Seven Opponents.
ROYALIST HAS HIS SAY
Socialists Also Have a Nominee 1
Again Looms Up as a
Paria, .r.in. 14.?-Paul Deachanel who
Wat I" da) re e|e? ter| President of the '?
Chamber Of Pep.ltie--. rje. Inred himself
to night a . .-.nriidate for tin? Presidsn?
of th. republic. The other cendidst-si
"h?, have been formally announced ar?
Premier Baymond Pol near? and ci
Premier Alezsndre BltxH, while Jules I
i' ms Minister of Agriculture; Antonin
Dubost President ??f the senate, .ir^n i
Dupuy Minister of Pnbtk Works and
? ??i "I.. Pi ?ii Parisien and j
?Th?ophile Delcasot Miniater of Marin?
sr? iinofllclally In the runnlne.
I ?" r' ".ni' r?-ii?vv?<i talk that ei
' nil r 1, on r.oi.i K? "i mav he in
duced t?-> ?tand at th? ia?t moment hj?
?i ? "tupi omis? i andldate, if ??m? to
trvi f"i several month-, until tin Bu
"?!?' ?n .rl?i- is eluleri.
Paul 1 '? " h.?l?el v? ho it |.,
? le non to the presidency of th? ( 'h im? !
bar of Deputies received -"??- v?
."?? rast for Rugene Etienne,
to-dii* received B4tl votes against ?>'
?"? th? ?-'" i ' i?* i ' andldate Marie
Rdouard Vaillant Th? estreme s<>
? i.'ilist i ? ii? i?i> 'i !?? upport M.
Vsillnnt for th? Ptesidcncj of th? Be?
Contest Become? Spectacular.
. ? ? i . Ulm feat irsi mai ked
?ntiibutlons to the campaign
II ?? ?kltlls t" StlSW? I ?he ?rill -
aren iu_ inm <?f rea? -
tlona mi leschane!, dur
Ing ih'- . ourse of in? Inaugural ad?
m w in ii he laud. ?? ih? .?? bteve
? -? of the ?per 11am? nt ling the
i ? ??? i'r- n? inn? n to
go "n Im pro? ing tin pal Ham?
? ? ireful not to d< mol
lf*h II a said ' pe? nema I |ioa i r
i ? ? ? t.1? arlv in ih.'
Th n to the n and
the ? ? .i*,- i ??
feet, ahoul Ins
N ? ??? d? ni ... the !!? p ? A I
lit hr?.k? out in tin ? 'hamb? r. bul
M. D : I ?Cd hii VOlC? ..!??.ve j
the din, aaylng 1 ??- il has ? o* i us |
mu? ? deai ? is ever to be
i?.ii''.; I.Km over again ' Great
luae fi-v-m the benchea ol th? nm?
jorii> greeted tl .? r? mark
After d?aclaiing that Kran? I v?.?rk
In behalf of social Justice th? smell?
.?ration ??f th?- ? otnli1ii.ii ot the I.I .
??id ..i*-?- pensions, Improvements for
miners "armera end the laboring
I) would i'main an lm?
... i? honor to ?.I.? Third Reptibll?.
M. en the i sterne i
?political situation and esprei ? i the
: thai the a orld i ?".1.1 re., onably
hop? thai th? i'-? : ' crti i n ould not
. iow? iUi.mil? t .. bii ii
Clemenceau for Dubost.
An"1 ? i f. ature ?.f u,. u.,? ua- the
animated conversation In Um lobby <?f
the Senat? between Premier Polncar
M. I'.i Ian I, ii.? Minister ol ?' istl? ? an?!
? ? i?i??!?! er Ck m? rt? ? ?n ii ..- und? I
; thai m ? Hem? m eau repi oscIh ?i
the ministers ?"i the recen! attitud? ?.f
ih?- ? .,'. ?net with respe? i to the rein?
i t.?i? in- ni of Lieutenant ( ahmel du
Patj de i 'lam. and declared openly that
h? Intended to vote f??r Antonia Duboet
Senator Duboat a aa to?-da re-elected
!?!? i??? nt ?.i iii? .s.u.'? receiving __ 1
Ottl of a total Of _7_ v ote?,
the ' ampeign pro? eeda there la an
? vident trend ??f pul.li. .?pinion m favor
ol the preeidenl ? aercising greater pow?
n the future Although the French
constitution does not Invest the Praai
dent of the republic with anything iike
ilir same power sa are held by the
President "i the Unit-ed Btatea there is
a general desire tl...t il.?- Prosidenl
shall exercise tiie full peerogaUvea
which the constitution allow?., iticb not
fiavin** !.. ?ii the ewwt up to the pn n nt
Adv?ce from the Dean.
?ins idea wan eatprooead la the chana?
h??r i.i-ditv by Louie Paw*. the father
of the ?Chamber "f Deputies at the re
opening of the ?eisiow.
M. rat.?:,. w h?. is eight*, -tin? *? -.?is
and who has sat continuously as a
Conservative or Monarchlal member of
the Chamber sltaoa the foundation ?f
the Third ?Republic, declared to hie fel?
low parliamentarians ?thai the time had
airiv?.) whan the Preatfen! of the
Prtii? h lf-pnl.l!? should be more than a
magiatrate preeldlng at public ?rre
moniaa and looting la the shadow of
The l'rct-ndent Of the futur?*, he .said,
should exercise a r?-;?i Influence and
niak<? hiS \oi?e h< ard by sending mes?
sages to F'arliament 00 matters of
great public moment. This, he .on
tinued, the French constitution per?
mit*-?, as w?-l! as it permits of the Presi?
d? nt h? ?UK a permanent and v ?allant
guardian of the interests and honor of
m Pasa) urged that the President of
I the republic surround himself with
I true patriots and not politl? ians. He
?le. latid that ths ?-le? toral reform
maaaiirea nhouM be adopted speedily.
not a? a revolution against the exist
in? parllamantarr system, hut as an
evolution against the seicroachmenta of
The partiel ami groups making up |
the Eh-pui.ii? .m majority la the ?Cham- ?
tur and ?Senate ?hav? decided to K" lato :
caucus to-morrow with the object ?>f
uniting upon a ?aivlidat? "<?t election
at the Veraaillea Cimgreoa, a/hieh ?win]
la h? Id on Trida y n? .\t.
"WALUNGFORD" IN LONDON
Hale Hamilton Scores Distinct'
[H< i'iMe to Th? Tribuna? 1
London, Jan. i',.?") .et-Rnh-Quiek
.Yallinxford" was launched at tho
Queen'! Theatre last night, and promises
to remain for a long rin. It v>,<- e -
thuataetically received Hale Hamilton
.,? fyalltngfOrd scored ? distinct per
c',i,al triumph He fairly Lived the part
and the success of th* far? "-is largelv
due to hi? splendid performance
.Inlian Roy? e ;,? hit pal gavs a clever
performance, too, and the typewriting
girl who falls m love with Wailtngfordl
???a? prettily played by Miss Madge
DR. HERTZ RECOMMENDED
Chief British Rabhinate Elec?
tion Fixed for Feb. 16.
IB? ? atlr !-, Tt??- Tr'S . r
London, Ian IK, The seioction com*
mittpe of th.? Rabhlnati Conf) rence has
decided lo submit to the electoral col*
'?-_? the neme of two candidates onlj
for the offli e of < hiei rsbbl ol thi Bi It -
ish Empire, Dr Hartsand Dr. Hyamson
coupling ?v |th thi-. resolution ? troug
recommendation In favor "f Dr Herta
it i? hoped in vlev of this expressioti
of opiniop on the p ,r- -1? ,-fjoii
committee that i?r 11 im on will ??ith
dt.iw in* ? andida)un
Th? ei,, lorni ? oil? c^ -ill meet on
Ft bru 11*3 I! " hen L*ord Roth ?child
FIGHTING IN PHILIPPINES
Nine Oullaws Killed by De?
tachment of Scouts.
Mentis Jan 15 Lieutenant Pletcher
reports HiHl Ont? nine OUtlaWI ssere
killed in 'he tiuiit whl? h oo urred Mon
iia\ m South Lanai between a detach*
i . ni "t m outs H,,,i a large foi '
i sndlts. The mil ? ind < nnstabu?
lar a, i i " op rating In pursuit cd ihi
n.,' 1.1ct\ band ?
The scouts ? all end no
AGUINALDO IS AMBITIOUS
Hopes To Be President of g
: i. Jan. IS.?Fa
?? volution havi form? d a i
itlon under th? I? ?
? Id? for the a?, te
Ins th, ? for m th. Jones
gO? Pill u Ihe I'hilll'l'ltie
with nit. i ??.plet? lnd< -
|M r?,!. ? fOI '
? the presid? ni
Jone? bill pa sun ihr?. |
BONAR LAW WON'T QUIT
Retains, with Lord Lansdowne.
Leadership of Unionists.
l_Nidon J.?n H Ki ? rea ?Boas Lan
-, .' Lord Lonsdoww Ided to-day x>
. ;? ,.i. , hip of th? t tilonlsl i I
In tin Hous) of t'ommons -,tid th? llous)
snd lo abandon
'??'??.;?'? -..ken ?i,
i ? >. connection
with tin ' perls! pn fi
SECOND HAND JURY WILL
TRY REAL ESTATE. MAN
Justice Goff Tries New Device
to Avert Delay in Trials of
? was ih?? device
sdopted bv i. tie) ,:'' reeterdaj In the
< iimuial Mr;, ii-ii Of Ih) Buprcm? I ???'"
t?, sate tur. n eiimins ? A |ury
Boioman, ? pro
nsl bondi ma I I attempting
t-, m ii,. i lenk I Ftoene of Dial
I? ? ? ? \\ hitman t pro ? ?- srver J
ti,, i..." | ? ? ? . panol of
lurors until to*daj and It was thought
he Intended to '-ike si adjournment
"More time Is amsted In selecting june?
tiitiri in any otbei naj said Jostle? Golf
Call ihi Is ksoa - A-e. hM Justl e
- Cot? r an Ah snt Dis
!-ii Attorney, snewered that he ?m
read] to proceed Edgoi R Ja? h ?
real eetati broker, ? si i psd wttk
swlndllni Ulm Mary QrMlth out of i- IN
on h reel i stati d< sl
.1 at Sftei two ?l"/a ti furors had been
brought down from General 8
James W Osborn? i euneel foi Jackson
hurried Into court n<- pleaded tor an
adjournment vying he did sol woke sp
until i ! clpck, and had had no oppor?
tunity efthei le reed the indictment or to
nonsuit with in* client B) - <i?-. hs mid,
be understood the panel had been sa*
rusnd. and he dM not *ee ntiw _ jury
. OUld he ?el. t?-'i
"Lock the ?loot?' ordered Justice
?l?,ff. and then, lookltiK about the room.
he said "i see fully flfty dt-sene in the
courtroom, all of whom sppear to be
, iigibls t"i Jury duty "
Mr ???lorn? MM that it thi plan were
simply i.? iweor em luroi and then ad?
journ h. had no ohjectlea to make.
?Pick '"m mai'." said .1 ,.-ti<??? l?off
Mi Osborne'i sys lighted upon Charles
w Harknees, the foreman ?f the lury
which had lust ceavleted Belomen. He
wes 'di in 'he first seal in the box "ru
take hun." ?aid Mr. OsbornO*
What'? the raatter wRk the other
sloven?" ssked Juetlee Golf.
' Nothing at all." ?aid'.Mi Osborno; ' I'll
tiiki 'em all."
Ill N"tt sgreed and the tensive men
were ??'urn in lor a BOOOnd time, appar?
ently to tin chagrin of *ome of them,
within fifteen mlatttes after tbe es ? vai
EXCESSIVE LOANS CURBED
Banks No Longer Break the
Law, Says Controller Murray.
Washington, Jan 14.- The OtmbeUer ?vf
the entrenes snneunesd to-day tiiat na?
tional bank? no l??ii-er are Molatms th?
law h ssessshre loans Reports in rt*
spensi to 'ii' lest cell. ??Id Mr. Murrey,
shewed that III hanks bad ? sceootve loans
oggn siting 9t.tA4.iat, sgalaat :;? osase?
??iv.- loan-? s mount lai le 12,174,171 on the
pre? low e.,u
The Increase, he added, was moi.? sp*
paient than real as hanks in th? bit
, ities bed teduoed thHr eaeeeetre loan.?.
the lin lie si being csnBued largely to the
ceontn bank? ii<- attributed this to tin
Cfop mOVlgg l^eds in the fall Many of
thr -_sittloai new lechntrej
CURTIS ANSWERS SPHINX
Dinner Solves Dress Coatj
Shortage Riddle, He Says.
ADVANTAGE OF STICKING
In More Serious Vein, Pub?
lisher Addresses Prominent
?"*}*ni* H K ?"nrtts. -ho publishes a'
few periodical!? down in Philadelphia. **i?
late In gitttns to ihc ?tinner of ?he Hphinx |
Club, at the Waldorf last night. The I
Sphinxe? are f, i|nws who, by thetr dally ]
lives, prove that it pave to advert!-"? I
Wl??n Ml CurtM ai M to set off the
f-peeeh works It? appeared to want to
apologiz?- for hi? tardiness, hut sonvthlt g '
that l-teoMeili ?ollln Armstrong had just I
said about Philadelphia made hltn h*st
"I must t?|! th? truth ' he ?.?id "When
I got to my room In tlie hotel her? I
found I had fnrcotten part of my dre?s
so I hurried d'.wn.-tatrs to get some ref?
erences on ?our?e> of evening dress,
kn'"*lnir that it would he a flagrant dis?
courtesy to appear before this august
hodv ?if New York s eitlzen? without al1
the forrnatltlrs. Well, sir. I lost an hour s
Mm? tryine ?o rent a full dress sut an?!
failed Everywhere ! t?ent the? m*
Terribly "orrv, sir. hut the Sphinx ''luh
.*. giving a dinner to-nleht at the Wat
dorf ' If it hi??)ii t n<en for meeting ari old j
friend of nilti' from Panama, down In
Pen'-oek Alley, ! ?ouldnt have got here
at all "
Mr. ?"urtis i president of the Periodi?
cal PubHsh**rs* Asoctattsn, and know? a
r<-w things about the Hdvantar?- of get?
ting together and thklliK there That
v?a> the hiird.'.i of hla aerioua talk last
I .. ( "" en! Inriuded ?.enrge to'.
Colemsn president of the .*. aoclsted
idvertlring Clubs ??f America; '. * . Me
Chesney, o! Ihe Advertising Manag.?'
Assertstton; W. n insrer-oii. of th? Ad-]
vertisiflg Men LeSglM rt 0 Gould, of
ti.? Atlas Club, Chicago; -'aroi awan,I
preeidenl of the Piisrim PubtleHy Ass"
rleUon, Bost??n i: ? ii-ir.j || MTsMo, pree
..i? i?t of th.- Quoin Club; m t> Honton
preeidenl of th. pig six League, pert
Moses head of the "issotisthm of Am.r
i?an A'iv ? *-;i>?rs, II. I. Hndgmrm. of the
American New p?pfr Publishers' Assorts
tir.i William II .J"hr?. ? halrm.in of the
I Association of New York Advertising
lAcent?; Jame? Dunlap, of the Chiras?
Advertising Association. J. W. Adsm?
Seneral manager of the I ?ally Newspapei
Associ?t ion; Hugh 0 I'onnel'. ot th??
Poor Richard flub. Philadelphia; F I. t
f?anos, president of the Representative*.
?**lub. and fUrrv Tipper. head of the
Technical Publicity Association, ana
At the tables teere BamUOl Brill, Will
lam J. Barrett. G.-orge Ethridge, O J.
Ottde, J. P, ?iilho?, the soloist. M F
Oould. W v\ . Hallook. Edward 8
Huagerfetd Paul Meyer. <*dlt?v of "The
Theatre Magasine'; .lustin Merarthy. J-..
William C Me? lev and a loi moir *ho??
nsines ?pell something in th? *orld ol
FOUND NO CURRAN GRAFT
Fosdick's Exoneration of Alder?
man Put on Record.
Before he ?ailed for ?uro*>e to ?? ,dy po
lie? cot;?litioii8 therr Uavme-nd B I".?*
dick, totmer Commissioner of Ae^ount*
stated under oath that n?>th1ti? came te
his knowl?j?j^e ap to the time he r?*stge?d
??.htch would Indica!? that Alderman
Henry H Curran ru? Impl?cate-i in nee.
, rtand graft. Th" tSOtl SO) ? m a ???!?.? I
fere trial in JUdermas ?erran? s?jtt f"
libei apninst Mayor Qnynor, in which be
'fisk* for jpari.rtft. datnaK--. and Hied n I
Bttpreme ? ?>urt >ei-tei->ia?.
Mr. l os?iiek daeerlbed the ,?rj cela*
Ilogas '..?ed b% gidermaa unan i-.i eon*
"ddsrlng the Issuance of licenses. It ha-i
every news ->t,,n'i la the dty alphabet!?
??.?UV and geographically Indexed Um ?
' nes? said. Bueh a ??.stem, though a lon<
et?*p in the dlreettea of k?*?ptn_ tia.k sf
I the stands, c??iid not In itself prevei
Kraft, he tho?ielit
Wouldn't it ???t?? ?? sMernuu bent ? ?
sraft*'' inquired tft??phcn ? Baldwin,
I coiinsei for ?he Mayer.
"A erOOked man could I <n>
[ jrood thing for a bad purpOOaa, reOgOU? ?)
? Mr PDsdlcfc
FILTER PLANT HELD UP
Bids Not Opened. Controller
Desiring Further Conferences
Bids for the ?* <?*v <r*a t reu? Perl
trslion plan? ??'til not b. np?n?Hj ?.-.-.I.*- ?
announced The postponement ??' Ihs II na
until .lamiar-j ." *.?? Iskcn order to
p??rmtt a further conferene?? betw??ti
n ssntqtlvss of the Department "i Wi
e.ns an?i Bectrlctty, Controller Prend?
j?hm and th* commute? appointed frem
th? B?,ard "f IfSllBiell '" pOM ipoa III
matter, i? ??-a? said
a. Altmatt Se (?0.
are holding a January Sale o?
of reliable qualities, at extraord.?
nary concessions from usinai pr?ces.
Woolen Motor Coats for Men and Women;
Silk, VVoo? and Silk-and-wool Sweaters;
Shetland Shawls; Raincoats and Mackin?
toshes; Mats, Caps, Veils, Scarfs, Qlovee,
Parasolettes, Goggles, etc.
Motor Robes and Pillows; Fitted Hampers
and Motor Cases; Travelling Bags, Dressing
and Suit Cases; Thermos Bottles; Motor
jfiflh Awtutr, 34tij a_th 35tij ?trttt*, Xtiu |m*.
17 Best 14th St.
An exceptional opportunity is offered to all
intending purchasers of a Fiano or Player Piano
during this month at the above Warerooms.
A very Special assortment of the most artistic
production! in fancy woods, in antique and modern
designs is on display.
An Exhibition of Rarity
"The Purchase of a Krakauer is an investment
of a lifetime."
Prices are not high. Terms at your convenience.
Of other well known old and reliable makes we
have Twenty-four New Pianos and Player Pianos to
offer, ranging in price from $190.00. All fully
Guaranteed. Terms very moderate.
Call at our spacious Warerooms and inspect this
beautiful assortment of instruments. Every courtesy
will be extended you, although you make no purchase.
PIANO MAKERS ESTABLISHED ?So?
Main Warerooms: 17 East 14th St.
(Bet. B'way ft Fifth Ave.)
BRONX : Cypress Ave. ft 136th St. BROOKLYN: 350 Livingston St.