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Al "GARY DINNERS'
Corey Also Calls Tennessee
Company Most Formidable
DEFENDS CARNEGIE DEAL
Personnel and Esprit de Corps
of Concern Constituted Val?
uable Assets, Former
Th? laUrpoaM of the committees appointed
at the "Onn (Unnera,' arms t?, maintain
prima snd thejr kept them at the lev.-i
agreail upon, a-cnnllng to the testimony
,,ster?l.i> Of William K. Corey, former
I refilent of th.- United States Steel Cor
porsD'ii. ?hose examination was contln
m Un go%ornment's dissolution suit.
HT. Comy'l testimony also should that
t'ie St-. " orporatlon always regarded the
Itiraasssea ?'????i and iron Ossapaay as ?t?*
most fcrmidahle competitor In the South,
and that so fHr as open hiarth rails were
tansarasO, the Ifcaamen ?-oai and iron
cessaany waa the largest producer of
ibeta y the coantrjr prior to its acquisi?
tion hy the steel trust in l'.aOT.
other striking points brought out from
Mr Com by Jacob at tNehtason, counsel
-,,r the government, wen the existence of
M intirnational armor nlnte pool and th?
ggiag Of prices hy the r?ate and Struct
l.ral Bta?? I Association, rompOSOd of manu?
facturers mehtag such peodaota lodge
?;*ry knew of the existence of the pools.
m ? tony said.
Demands Direct Anavvsr.
Piessed for a direct answer l.y Mr.
DMdaSOn as to whether subsequent to
the formation of the Steel a'orporatlon the
prim of rails to domestic tjoatwmsri
were lower than they were to consumers
in foreign countries. Mr. Corey objected
to the ,? rstiiin as Inadequate, saying that
frelg t ?ate-? entered into Hie consumer's
H t rt i?". s at the mills?were they!
lower to foreign purchasers than t?> do?
?COtlC consumers?" ashed Mr DlChlnson !
"'I ? ?> nette<i less t?i the producer.'' w.is
Mr ? orev's answer.
Th?* prices at the millf?, then, to for- j
eiftn purchasers were lower than to do
ma st:<- eonsumenf"
??|n\ar1.ibly." said Mi. Cote)
. men who attended the <iary din
-..* ifpieasalsd a vast majority of the
.-??? output of the country, Mr. Cony
aald. The committees appointed main?
tained price! for a temporary period only.
be maintained, explaining that he per
?Snelly was la favor of meeting market
conditions an?! cutting prises. Judge
? Ian. he said, was opposed 10 an "open
m rhet" and refused to consent to a re?
os of prices when that question was
ares? bed in February, Usa
Taking up the leases of the mil ore
propertlea by the Keel Corpontdoo ir.
. transaction whl?*h the corporation
*?<! nist before the iroveinment filed
la ?Uli for tl?. dissolution of the Steel
-? Mr. Dickinson aSkaad ths witness if
m. mbsr of the finance committee
..f th? gteel ? OrpontlOB <?<l favored the
tli? ^r??un.l that they won.?I
then proportlaae oui >.f the control
Ol ? ?. ? : 11., t ij ? ? : s
know," npUed Mi Corey. "1
I ways ??j ?...v.-.| to baaing the Hill
i. ???ei tie- her sues <>f the price and
? 01 dittOIM."
BocauaM ths price was too high or too
;..? >h< d Mr. Dickinson.
I would have hardly Objected to it*
. *.... low," was the reply,
How mi ' h too high?"
At hast doubla what they were
wo th," snid Mr. ? "orey.
Carnegie's Pnce Not Excessive.
plfm received by Mr aniPRie
from the gteel ?'"rporatia.n for his hold
| :n the ?'arnegie Steel a'ompany, Mr.
? ..rev declared, was not excessive No
value ever set on ih? Carnegie company
Was too high or too great In h's opinion
Mr Corey added, because the personnel
Of the company, tiie esprit ?1? 'oorps of
IS employes and the organization con
-? luted highly valuarle assets.
Following up the K'-neral treng of the
government's contentions concorglng t ??
high \nlue of the Tennessee fJbal and
Iron Company properties at the time they
were taken over by the Steel Corporation
???ith Pnaldent RoooeveH'i consent. Mr
I'ickinson questioned Mr. ?v.r. y closely on
Taking up th>- competitive position of
the Tennessee Coal and Iron ?"ompanv in
the steel rail trad, prior to 1307. he
brouKht out from Mr Corey that the
?'ompany whs th? n the laj-gest manu?
facturer of open hearth rails in the coun?
try, than a practically new product, which
was rapidly repla? ing the Messetner steel
raft* : ado by Uu subsidiaries ? f the
"*'?>: ? 'or',.i.r.iii??n be.'uusi- the new rails
ra?l bom found stronger and safer.
Open Hearth Orders.
Judg? Dickinson tea?.', from inmutes of
tha ?arnigie Steel a-.mrarty. 'ontaliing
let) ? written by Mr. ?'orey in which he
MM that 'competition in rails was in?
creasing* and that the Carnegie ci.m
PUOJ would be "up against the open
r?*artr proposition In tsn." that the Har
rhaas Unes had given order? to the Bath*
m steel Company for apea hearth
'.?ils and that 'we will ha\e to manu
Mr. /orey smilingly em'trmed the State*
tuants, over the protests of attorneys for
i lie corporation
?| h? witness also wmhrmed toerimotay
?nei witness?? .hat the Harriman
anea is u. tl. had given orders to the
T, .,,..?,,. Coal and Iron ?ompany for
SBN n 'until rails
To pron that the Tennessee Coal an?l
Inn, after its acquisition, became a
stmag competitor In the rail nmrket.
Judge L?i. kiiison gained admission from
tha krftaess that afte? tm ac**p*sstMasa thut
? "upan*, supplied rails to the ?South ami
beuthwesl in large tonnages
Pool asiate as 1905.
??n ? i stag the armor plate pool Mr.
Csnj said ti it a oomt-inattoe of armor
Plate manufacturers of Knglnnd. France,
Oarmany and lire United States had ?x
'-t"l as late as tSSt O? it*?."-, ths Ameri?
can members of th? ixol being the Cans
Kie and the Bethlehem Steel companies.
Ba ?> as not lainlllar with the details of
the agreement, the witness went on. as
Colonel Mltlsrd Hunaleher, the represea?
latin of the Carnegie ?-ornpany al?r?"?ad,
sendunted the negotiations
Mr Ptrklaaon sougtsi to Iren from
Hr, t orey whether the Steel a ?? , -, urailiei ?
ha?i avnt co-operated arlth *>a.- ih-sssaserj
1'ig Iron association tin maintain priera
M pig n,,,, Mi ?'orey aal?) he himself
had on one occasion given order? to r?os,
down blast fernstes of the Carnegie com?
pany, with a view loward maintaining
REVOLUTION IN TURKEY
BOMBSHELL IN LONDON
Ottoman Delegates Alone Are Not Surprised
?Balkan Plenipotentiaries Suspect That
Change of Government Is Form of Bluff.
(By Cuate t'? ni?. Trib-j-M i
Lomlon. Jan, _U. The n??ws ?.f th?
Young Turk revolution in Constanti?
nople < ?imc as a bombshell here 'ast
cvenin?* ( ?f all the intereste?! parties,
however, the Turkish del?galas ware
naturally th?- most unmoved.
"W'e an- not In the least surpcleed."
said one of them t?? a press leiaeaents i
the live minutes liter the ti?rwi hud |
been received. "We v.arne?l Sir lid
ward (?rey some such devclopm? nt uns
inevitable if the powers i-ontitiued t"
put pressure totclusltfly on Turk? f.
In the matter <?f Adrianopl?' th?r?' is
public opinion in Turkey to lie taken
Into a?fount, and this step aseatta th.?*
it is going to make itself felt in some
way or another."
The news has created a vet? painful
impression ainon?- the ?Balkan (tele?
Kates. At first there was a ?lispos'tion
to break off negotiations Immediately
and resume the war at th?' end of the
four days' notice required l>y th?- tenus
of th?: armistice, but wist r ?niinsci?
appear to have prevailed, and it is HOW
likely that the Turkish reply to the
collc?'tivi note of the pow? rs will be
awaited ?before any drastic sie,, is
A Prearranged Comedy?
Some of the ?Balkan del.???aits affetred
the opinion that the Constantinople
coup was a prea: anged comedy--thai i
Shefket Tacha did not parti?'Ipate in '
the ("rand Council l-eeaus" he knew be
would succeed Knmll Pacha. They
chaf?' more angrily un<l?T UOCh ?ikcis
slve ?delay which the Turkish tallies
tf?ve raised against the conclusion of
peace, because every da? means to
them an enormous burden in keeping
a majority of the men of their nations
|und?r arms. Withdrawn from the in?
dustrial pursuits, b ?condition whlcb
will place their countries more ??nd
more, as they say. "in the ?power of
the mone? l?ti?l?-rs of lite European
And that is the condition tin? dread
be.Mind all others, as tending t.. uadei -
mine th?- ?real ln?tlepeBdence ?>f their |
IklngdOSna. They declare that th.-ir -till- I
ame is as strongly knit as el the be
? ginning of the war, and that they ar?
read* '<? resume hostilities el a mo?
ments notice and carry <?n the cam?
i pa inn with greater \ Igor an?l with ?Hi?
lf erent and larger aims than the ambl?
; tlons with whlcb the? began it.
They cherish the hop?- and belief thai
If the war la i?-sunietl M Bssonofl I
recent ?1*" !aratl??ns in St Petersburg
to the Turkish Anib.i.?sa?li?r there will
insure Russia's appeaian? ??? <?n ti??
j siege in SCtlve intervention The) ?
? think that Russian BCtloa WOUld ii"t I
1 i? ad to a European a*ar, as ha?? been I
??n-rally believed. but ?-?oui?! reoult is
the complete di*-mcmt?t ment ?>I the
Turkish empire, which wmilil :n? lude ;
the loss of Constantinople and the
The beginning of an SfTeemenl OH
this subject ?s un.lerst.I t" exist
-??ready among the po??ers. ??hich grad?
ually are becoming familian/.ed with
th.- Idea that the complete suppression
of Turkey srouM n.'-ati ihr ?bllnl'i
r. rnoval of a soutt*e of ? onatani <i
tut hottet to pea? ?? Th<- Mali..ni' ts
tht-msetvei asa whole are no! relucts
t?> accept for? -i -*--11 and . Ivlllsed doml
Ion, instead ?>f ?thaotk Turkish goref
Still, thos? dektajates b-eal acquainl
; ???th the Turkish .-?stein think that t
i latest move has not tie? nsumptioti
??at as its aim. lull to s?|il? ??/..? 1.. tt
I ?renditions from s desperate sltoatk
i>r. i?an??ff, ?head "f the ?Bulgaiian del
gatlon, abares this belief. He ?said ta
"We must have patience in d?alii
with Oriental in?th???ls. Th?- events
to-day tuny lie simply another slratcg
move to reach a certain objet t."
Dr. D.-tneff's View.
i;\ Hleiilly Dr. I>an??ff d??.?s not belu \
that the kind of ???up d'?-lat ??hah bl
????ciiireil nt Constantinople is ?bstin?
subatantially t<? ? iianc?. t'ne sltoatk
as it ??as after th?' d? ?ision of tl
Qrand Council yeaktenlay, but that ii
aim is t?> obtain better terms <?tattle i
territorial arrangements, as it is ir
i redible t?> him that the nttoma
statesmen sine?T<-ly ?believe that the
?an retain Ailriannpl" n??t only again
the will <?f the allies, ??bo <>n this p??ir
are abaolutely united, bul against th
expresse?) decision <?f Europe.
The ??icek delegates obasrved ths
their ???untiy must be congratulated ??:
r<?fi;sing to adhere t'? the annisti?'?'. a
all aloiig th?- Turks sho??e?l that th,
could n??i i?,? trusted, whUe yeeterday'
oK'iirrem ?'S at Constantin ?pie. th
Oreeka urged, are tangible ?proof thi
the? deserve no quarter before com
<?ne of the Servian dejegatee, speak
lag f?0r all. said:
'We were Mtlsfkd last night. \?e an
?sorry to-night? ?bul only for T?rke?
??hose leading neu evidently d?? aoi
realise the exact position ??f their conn
try, both at borne ?snd from ?<n Inter
national point <?l vie?? '
The Montenagrlns w?ere Joyful, es?
claiming; "If the Turks moan what
they aay, tbia is equivalent lo war. it
Blgnifles the cancellal on of all srrenge?
mente concerning Albanie and Scutari,
?..hi? h. efter th? lessons "t the pesi, va?
will conquer In a (>??? daya no mattet
boa man? li\?irs it c..-ts.
Regarding the fate ol ?Scutari II .a
pointed oui thai no '?i??- km???s to
. ii?.m i la to o?- surrendered, ahethei
i . the llontenegi Ins, t?. ? provisional
Albanian lovernmenl "t to the repre?
aentatlvea >.t ?the Europ?en powers
Kini Nl< ii ?las ??i Montenegro Insists
that ii<- mual antei Scutari .?t the bead
of his troops. Otherwise, be taya the
reign >?i ins tamil* In m??m?megre Is
?I ??otii-? I a- he, ? ont! at ) to the ad vice of
ins gen?rale, re? sed to li lo take
Scutari bj storm at the ?beginning <.f
tin? ??ai. in ?order t<? ..?..ni m? ?certain
heav) k***ee* n-hieb in- amen army
would hai? -i.if- red b- su? h ,?n nt
tempt. He preferred the tem? ?"?rising
poii'? ??r la nu- ??.-g.? t.. ni. f.?ttress,
.?nu should Scutari for tbk reason bs
???st. t?, the Montenegrins hi alone will
.?ni Ideri .i i?-p"iisii?ie.
YOUNG TURKS SEIZE
INS OF POWE
I uniiiiiird from Hist i?hk?*
empire. With regard to money, tl
whole natiam would m.ik? a sacrifice
No Compromise Possible.
"No compromise is possible," he ? ?>i
' tinued. "The ?hange in th?. Cabin
means that we are going to save tl
national honor or perish in the att?ni|
'"We do riot want a continuation ?
the war, but WS are determined to kc?
tha; fa.rtress of Adrianople at all cost
That is an ladlaponsaUs condition ?
Kiamil Pacha and the other membeJ
I ?>f his Cabinet remain In their resl?;
saoss under guard.
A proclamation nf?minnting Mahmou
I Shefket Pacha as ?'rand Vizier wa
! read at the Sublime Porte at 7 <>'. IOC
this evening. On his arrival he WS
greeted ?-ntliusiastically by the grea
assemblage outside. The portfolio o
Foreign Affairs haa been offered t
Hasscin Hilmi Pa? ha, the present am
bassadnr in Vienna arid a former dram
Talaat Hey Rummoned Noradunghiat
Kffendi this evening for a eonsultaiiot
?>n the foreign situation.
The ?vents hading to the coup d'?ts
nre degcrlhod as follows: Talaat BO]
visited Kiamil Paaha in the ui'.rnlti.
and tirga'd him to resign. Kiamil re?
fused to reply, had the CaWnei coun?
cil continued t?? dlactms th? draft ol
the r?i?i> t?. th?* powen' not?
About ."*. O'doch tn the afternoon
j Djaaal Bey, a Young Turk leader, ac?
COmpaaled by live mounted ?>f?1< < rs. ar?
rived at the Sublim?- P..rt?. At the
sama- mom? tit s?-vernl hundred person!
suddenly gath?*r??l and unfurl'?! a llag.
evMedtly by pneoncerted arrang. -
Then Baver Boy, mounted on a white
j hois?-, appeared, accompaaled by Kia
zim Hey, who waa formerly ambassador
; in Washington, Haiti Hey ?uni <>th?-t
i stair oAoora Dismounting at th?
?d????rK ??f the Porte h?* askeal to see the
Grand vizier, whereupon ths gates ?>f
! tha- PortS were closed.
Memduh i'a?*ha. ossamsndsnl <>t Con
| stantln?>pla*. stoa?d at tha- d?>a?r and r? -
fttsod admission to Bag ?>ne ex?*?*pt Kn
Ver Boj and Talaat Bey. They entered
the Council Chamber and declared that
th?* Ministry must ra-slgii.
Kiamil Padua thereupon wrote his '
i? .-ignation end hended it lo En er,
who ?proceeded to th?- ?palace,
Th?- Sultan refuse?! t<? believe .' IBtll
be had sent iii.s.-t tig? rs to th. Port? l<?
confirm ?the 01 ?? B,
All the Cotislantin.pl?' n?-?? s|?.? |?? ri OOl
betonging lo tlie Young Turk party
? ave been O'Uspanded.
Early In the morning all the troops
loyal lo KlamU Pacha ware mn! to
proctiae man?uvres In the vtetnlt* "f
the Hin uf Liberty, outside Conetantl?
ntiple. while a ?b to hnnnt. which li.ul
mont over to th?- Commltt?*? ?>f ?Union
and I'rogr.-ss, WSS BOBl I" the Sub?
The committee to-night Issue?! .?
pi.K'lamation. explaining it? a?ti??n. It
declares that while th?' Ottoman | ?? ?
. innifiit under Bald Pachs carried on B
vh'torii.tis campaign in Albanli?. the
sue? ?'?ling government, umler Mukh?
tar lMcha, ruin? ?I Tiirkl-h autliorlt? in
Albania. It lh?r?'l>y excited the ?p|n
tites Of lh<- Ibilkati powers.
"Rusais wanted th? war poatponed
until the si?ring, but King Perdlnttnd
of Btdgaiis M'i'i: 'We Bhall n?>t rind
such a weah Turkish g??? ? rnin.-ni in
Office In the spring.'
?Th?- ?leu? ral Btaff had preparad a
plan of attach agalnal the ?Balkan
p??\?crs, but the Makhtar and KlamU
? cabinets, ?Instead of exeiuting this plan,
appointed Incapable generals to posi?
tions of ?command and pursued s policy
destructive of the ????rlik?* spirit <>f tin?
arm.? and the I ? ??pi?-. Th.' Klainil Cabi
ii? t. Inateed of proaaauttng ihe war?
tried to restor? the Haml'llan regime."
"The Ottoman imtion," the proclama -
i ti??ti cf?n<iud?,s. "?-ouiti not endnrs ?soeb
I go? ?rnment headed by a traitor, an?)
thus ? xen is? ?I its right of revolution
Hence, lb Klamll ? "-? I >in?i resign, d.
1 Bud th?? Sultan ?as ask? d to .siimiiion
a Cabinet ??Imh will be abb? to take
th? fullest advaatage <?i the nations
stnngth t<? pro??-? t the lath?-t land.
Th?- ?Mtoman nation ? ann??t sacrlfi????
it right?? an?l ??ill emplo.' all the
tu. ans in its power t" tiefend them and
s) ow that it Wishes t<> live With honor."
At |n ?.'clock t?>-night the ?it? ?vas
perfectly quiet A se\ere rainstorm pre
viilb'l. an?l this prohiihl.? pr?v?tit?d
Bnver bey, who. next (?> ?Bbefkei Pacha
hlmeelfi vv?iS ,,lc' ??*"?'"'* aphtt and the
bralM Of the military revolution by which
Hi? constitution ???is .?.\toit?-?l fioin Al?p?ul
Hamid, ?vhlch put un ?lid to th.- tub- of
the iniainoiis Vlldiz Kiosk ring at Ciiii
Btantlnople? b>-*came through marring?- a
m< mber of Ihe s?>ver?-lgti lions? >>f Osman
His itiarriio*?' to the eight.cii-\?-ar-ol.l
daughter ol the late ?Prince BuMmaa. <?n?
,,r the ?ouii'-est brothers <?f th.- Sultan,
of ex-Sultan Al'd-ul llaml'l ,ni?l of the
late Sultan Murad, took pino- In l!?ll.
Finer Bey, at the tlin?- of th? ?'?'ip d'etat
?as a major and was on leave ol ab
laiince from th? poM of militai.? Ht tac h?* I
of. the Ottoman F.ini?.*.?"' If- H'-rlln. Al
WILL CALL KRESS
10 REVISE WE 0NL?
Wilson Learns Party Leaders
Look Upon Any Other Action
as a Blunder.
FINAL WORD FROM M'COMBSl
Reports to President-Elect?
Currency and Trust Questions
Not for Special Session,
According to Plans.
Dsaplte the fact thai Preetdont-elect I
Wilson has m?tis n<> am.ncemeni of
[his plans for ths coming special seeeWta
of Congress, it became Known yeaterday
jthal tariff reform weald be the only
subject of import?.n,,- that would be tak
? i? up by the Peraoorate Cnrnncy leg
l?uaUon*aad lha imd r-uestloe arooJd he
lefi for < o'lsnieiatioti at the regular
?e *-i??n later "n in th?- year.
Tha President-elect, according t.. ?>? I
ports fi?.ui Trente?, i?, beeping tus own
counsel .?n the ruhJeel He is atadlng
"in uhui ?ti, prominent Denwerats
throughout tin- country think shouM ? -j
done, *?? that he might guide lus emus... I
lb' has round that almost without ex
csptien the opini.ui prevails aasong the
leealers in his pertj that to taks up any
?.tiier subject than th.- taiiff ?it th.- s?,.p. '
? ial session vvoiihl he a tactical tilnrni-r ?
Situe Mr. Wilson's return from Ber-J
muds he has conferred with every Dera-I
ocrat In the United States Senate and
th.- House srhees ?.pinion he coneldsrs
'??.rih while n- has ??is?,, ?r course,
conferred with William .1 Bryan, ame
of the fust men that the Pt ? ?;?lent-e|ec?
met after hla retint; from th.* balmy air
of i:.-Mni:ia was Colonel William W Me?
Combs, the chslrmsa of the IJeesocmtle
ma t ai il .- w a ?Ja-trf In the af- !
tcrnoon of ih.- ,ia*. ths stsemehlp F'er
mudian irrivsd lure, snd f?.: mon iban
four h.p. i? the) v.ent over ths entire
si 1 na 1 uni in tin* Democratic party .at
that inn.- Since then the President?
elect and Colonel ilcaComba h.-.ve n"t
met, and it was learnad yesterday ti???t
the National ?'halt nan ha?l Spent til ' ?
last ti?,,. weeks KoiiiK through the ?*oun-1
ti ?;. in an effort t.. tltnl oit v? hat the ;
thoughtful Demecmts <>! lbs nation be?
lieved should be ?lone st ti?e apectsll
seaaion, snd had found thai arlth hardly
an exception, the opinion prevailed th.it
tl ? ? ?: .11 ah? : ?i i? the ,,n'?- subject that
the apecial session should be asked to
? tan Idei.
Primed x*. ? t ? ? nus information, gstberod
fron sil p.?its of the country. Mi Mc?
????iiiiis mut t?? Trenton yesterdaj to re?
port to Pn siii. nt e|e. 1 nrilaon ?hat sraa
ti..- slmoet unaalmoui opinion of ths
l?.m.?. 1.-it.? lesdarra throughout the coua*
n\ He had not ..:nve,i boms >?t ? late
llo.ir last Bight, (Mil tl?o?e ?A ho I.now tile
Piesldent-elect snd tha blgb regard bel
his f"1 tl.? rational I h.i ? I iu.it? believe thSt
tin- latter*! visit yesterda) constitute! the,
nnni word ta Mi wi1?.- befon he finally
n.akes up his mind, snd tha. eben he
docs ii.. ?. thai Ihe President-elect arlll
. ih? ..; ' ..i, of n.. ghtful 1 " n-??- I
? rata of the ?.?ti?...
>,, 1., aa ths date of the spa 1 si see* .
..... ii . t?. einod, H asease pnttj well I
?greed it"" eitbei Hank I" 01 1 *? will ,
t. ?h?, ii.i. ..n which the no? Congress!
m:ii ???? 1.km.?nt to as/ashli ton Pnet? .
. :,. ? m lison bee sol sa ?i ao, be?
1. 1.. ba? ?> heb t of keeplng Iheae ,
things t.. nlmsell it II wsi lammed m
, \. ell. ni ., ill-..- : ? ? rdaj thai every
prominent Democrat who baa talked t.?
h,n, on iba -ai.'.-'t h.?? entna swaj with
the Orffl belief thai Congreea will be
relied togethei In ?pearlal mslos some
t.n... n, i '.. middle of llsr? i?. ; el latei
1 than ?tu- dat?e nrnnfloned ahne
though the highest oflkes wore placard
within in? s?.1 p i * this ' '.up. snd he
.1 then have had .? minister'? portfolio
? ?? th? gnde of general, he declined everj
I tba I nd. i- fu-c.l ? ?>t promotion
?,, a rolon? I? ? . and return* ?I t<> ms 1 "-1
In n.-rlln ?vith his gndi oi m 1.01
u h? n \'.?i-ui Hamid made the attempt
t.. recover hla sutoency when resulted
m ins disposition. Knver hastened fr..*n
Berlin t<> Balonlrs and assisted lha gen
? ? all -Mm?.. Bhefket Pacha, in placlna I
Mahomed v on the throne, again return-!
ing quletl) to Ba rlin aa soon si hla work
v .1- .lone. I
The lultaii. awara of the strength of
th? fount, Turk pans, which in spite ???.
sil that i.as been said 1?? the contrar?.
-I'll remained the powi r behind the :
tin.,n.. ami realising th? Influence .????
It exercised b) Knver Bey, even arhes ?"
far from horn? ss Berlin, mad? up his
nan.1 to ln?ure Mmaelf aaainal hem?? .1? ,
l. ?.. ?I m his turn by allying the KOUn**
1.nie? 1 ir 1 matrimonial ssnse t?. his
Naahn i*???iia. deaplle his dissstnua re?
treat befon ths a.lvalue ?<i ths Bulge?
nans, has be? ?i retained as generaliesim ?
of th?' Turkish armies, which shows in
what SStS m hi was h?-ld In previous
wais T?rke) has been wont to dispose of
unsuccessful generals Is ? ???? 1 different
When Abduliah Pacha was unable t.?!
cheek the enemj around Adrianople
Naslm t""k supra ms command of the
troops, and his own f.iilnr.- was hla fu??
serious defeat. UWUgh his i.ale.r had DOM !
on.- of Kt< ?it actlvitv
He had rommaadrd troops aionn in?.
Persian t-oraler, had SlagBgOll in gghtlng
.In th? remen and hail triad to <|?iell the
mountain, .-is of .\t??ntenepro.
In th? ftrsi Kiamil ?'ablii. t he was made.
Minist, 1 ..f War. but the appointment
sroussd the ire of the Committee of t'nion |
and Prognm Sad, with other things, I
'brought ni".?It the overthrow of the mln-|
'lutr.. Th? Young Turks explained that j
Na/.lm himself whs respected us a tine
midier snd 1? man of distinctly liberal
views, that U was not with him they
would ,|iianel. bait with KMUttTl polhv.
Nn/.iin Pacha, after his retirement from
tin- mini!itrj. was sppointed eommsnder
..t th?- let Arm) Corpa and was incharpa
>.f the triMips nt CnnatSllllHOpla ??t the thin
thai the 1? a? tloiiarv niovetii'-nt BI Wight
Shefket I'm? ha and his for? ?s from Sa?
l?nica and A.lnanople and resulted If) th*J
depOSltloa '.f.Ahd-ul Mamiil This. per?
haps, was th" most ?llfhYiilt task h<- ?a?
ev.-r railed upon to perform He quelled
the tniilinv of ??ii.ihmi triM?|?s In Constant!?
i.opie m Apni. IN*, baaanm of ids pepa
liant> in th?* at my, and th<- rov eminent
then raallsad that hi was Ihe etrongsiC
man at lbs capital
Ni.ziin Pacha bacama Minister <?f War
BSSlS in Utt, in the Mukhtar ?ahln.'t.
ami continued t.? hold ames whaa lbs
ascend Kiamil a'ahinet was forsssd m
(Jetober oi thai year.
lie was in personal lomm.iii'l <>f the
troops thai ehschsi las advann "f ths
Bulgartani at the T***ntal**IJa lines. n>*
reached that district In time to gather
legothor the Bcattand troops after the
battis of Tchorlu, and, notwithstanding;
the disorganization of the army and the
ravages of diseuse, he brought about a
spirit of union BSSSng the dlsumragOtl
Boidiers through k?>o?i goaeralship UeJ
has been credited with havlna? put the
WILSON AND m?
CONFER ?lffl MET
President-Elect Also Asks Na?
tional Chairman About Gen?
eral Condition of Country.
HINT ON SPECIAL SESSION
Will Have to Adjourn in July, if
Mr. Wilson Is to See Panama
Canal Before Water Is
in? T0ll?g.OB> to The Trlr?tin?- !
Tr-nt.iii. \ .1. Jan. ..I.- -William K. Mc
I'ombs. chairman of th<* Democratic Nu
ti.'iial Committee, had a long conference
with Pr.?-iiii< iit-ele? t Wilson to??lay, whi? h.
to une Mr. Wilson? own words, ?at for
the purpose of "cat? hin?, up with what he
had found sime ( saw him.''
Mr. Mii'omhs rcacho?! the State House
nt 11 lit, and after a half hour's chut with
the President-elect stepped aside to let
one <?f the state hoards have its inninf-ii.
Tlie I'r? sl'l'-nt-elect and th?* national
chairman went to luncheon at 1 o'rlo<k,
?Bad with no ??ne else in the party they
talk?-?! o\er thlnf-s until won on to 3
"Mr. M??'oinl..s and I." Mr. Wilson sai?!
m tsiktag of the confcrciue, "always
<?>\cr the same ?ground. I ?lon't mean bv
Hint that we do not take up new thins.?. I
have not seen Mr. M?Coml.s for several
WOehe. H.? has been BSSktBg Inquiry into
ill?? attUatlOO in tin- various stat?*?, and
it?.its what are taJked over, lie is an ex
Mr. McCombe area less ?taBBssuaicatlvs
than th.- rr?'M?!ent-eU-ct, and he t.ferted
all his ?piesti'itieis to Mr. Wilson with th?;
ttiiinik that lie had had a fceneral talk,
ami that anything ?SpedflC Would have to
? ??fit?, from the l're?l?lent-?.|e? t himself. It
is ?believed, to-~~ever, th;?t tTabinet ap
?poinUnsnu ?snd other raatters o? |aspar
tance ????:?? diseussed, aa the time when
Mr Wi!?<?n will tin??* t<. make ti|? hi? min.l
is rapMlj approaching.
i't? ildent-elei t w ison made a rather
slgnlficenl remark to-day. ?vnu-h tather
t?>i.-?.!ia.low?-?l a desire <?n his pan that
the apeelel s?-ssi??n of ronitte.?-? would he
a BhOri one He ??a- dlSCUSSlag the Visit
<?f ?Itepreeentatlve Covlagtea, of Mary?
land, ??In? l?a?l ? oui,- to talk over the
Panama ?Canal ??Ith him. Bad ??ho had
urged th.it he visit th?- canal i?ef??i?* the
??.it.-t was formaII? let m.
Congress Could Sit Till July.
i .?in aiixn?.-? t?. ate th.- canal," the
Pi? -rfdeal .'??t ?aid, hit it dependa on
bo? loos th.. si?-. ial s..-?,oii lasts. I'm
hoping thai ttie >-rpe<cial ??ssion win end in
time for me to make th?. trip."
Mr WlifcOB ?tBld that if he went t.? Pen?
H'lla lie WOUld treat tO make the |ont nev
before the wat?*i aas let in, which, it is
ufttdersl.i arill t??* m July, "l want to
s,f tin? sk?l?'ton. ?is It were.'' he added,
"??? that i .?ml.i see the iatereottag part?
?.f . rmsti uctlon ?.?fore nie? let the (rater
Tli.- I-:..-..i.-a' . ;.-. ' sal I ha had 'n.t ?II?
--. .i i ie future government of the Ceaal
'/.??v- ??ith Repreeeatatlv? Covlagton
Joesphua ?Daatels, national committee
man ?from North Carolina, lireslghl the
delegation from that state to ?er- the
President?? set aritfa u.? offer ??fa ?-. i
tier homs ?l Ash.ville. N. ?-. The ' <"'?
mlttee ?celled M Mis \\ il-oii at I'l'.ti?-'t??'.
Ilr?t. bUl >l"' PUl it .|? H? the ?.???eltHil j
and i..- took the "fT?*r "uatter ?-?on-rtdere?
Mr ?Daniels ?.une baeh inter Is me s(
t.tii...?n ,?t,?i talked over ii??- United sta ??
-?-? ?..r:.?; eltuatkm la two oi three of the
Turkish aim?- m better coniiition then
a i,,?.i .??t been betete.
Nazitii l'a. ha v?.?? h man Ol greet !
physical sad mental ?Hrength. Ha wee
???os.? i?. si\i' yeara of sge.
BRITISH LIFESAVING RULES
Ships Must Carry Boats Pro?
viding Room for All.
? m ? ?;,??!?* t ? 't ii? TTIbeaa i
I^.n? l.-ti. .Ian. 28. Hoard <?f Trade
regulations issued Hi-da?', to become
operative on Mai? h 1, provide that
Kritlsh Seagoing ships shall carry life- j
boats and llfesavlng appliames for all
Ofl hoard Bteamablps ?nrrylng las-I
sengera on -tri??rf excursions l?el?veen |
Apni 1 and Oeteber .?I ?iinin-, daylight I
ami in line weather must l?e supplied j
??ith l???ais for ?!? per cent ??f the total ;
nuiiil?? r of persons they are certified
rsssepget steamers on rivers, canals,
estriarles Off lakes must have hoats,
llfeiafts. ? t? , sufliclent for U) per cent j
<?f tin- number of pas.?eng?*rs for. which
the ship Is certirted.
SHERIFF ESPOUSES BOXING!
Says World's Greatest County
Must Be Cosmopolitan.
Slu riff HarburRei puhlicl? put hi? ap?
proval on basing last night In a speech at
the ? "Ity Athl'tle ?lull, N?>. M West .'?4th
?Street 'Ihe Sheriff ??as the KUeSt of
AJbeti Blum? nstiel. of his official couns. 1.
at dinner, which w.?:i followed by the reg
ulnr "hoxln?- Bight" <?f th, epib. The
HherlfT said in part:
I ?approve of ?hosing pure and ?simple.
It Is ?-ratif?!???" i" m?-, as the peece officer
of this county, that all the IioxIiik exhibi?
tions the i have eritneaaed were eon?
ducted sulely ?on th?' tin?s an?) policy of
boxing, i n??ti??ii particularly that sol?
di? rs ati'l sailors were contestants, which
spiaks well for out arm? and navy, ami
which ?unk? s He best m? n of them, our
Americas boys in our sihools should bo
taught ?m?'?' a weel scientific t?oxing n
win i?ml to a better laanlmed and dean
?Public opinion Is now mote favorably
impi.s-.?l with lioxlni* exhibitions. I to?
troduced a bill, white a member <>f th?
legislature, t" teach boys ?boxlna in the
public schools. It was not a bOWUag 99.?'
reas, ixit su? h a bin ??."?i?i I??- passed to?
da?.' I opi-nly espouse Its raus??. Hru
t;,lit\ and un.???ii boxing I will stop, if I
inn pr?-s?iit. with th?' authority of my
oil;,,. \\,. must be llbersdls inclined In
the gi?*a?tee1 ?maati os ?'??rth and must
evince a <??oemopolttan spirit. No otin-r
sp??rt ?an equal boxing. 1/ct us hop?- that
ii may remain sa
TO FOSTER EGYPTIAN COTTON.
l/.iulon. .Ian U The introduction Into
the Pllllell l'arllainint of a bill authoris?
ing the Treasury to Ktiarantee the lntor
?at on B loan of |t&MM?M for the de
xelojiment of estlsa growlni? in the Suden
was promised bv Premier As-iuith this
mc-mlng alias he received n ?lepulation
from ?he British Colton ?"rowing Associ?
CASTRO'S FURY BALKS INQUIRY
Venezuelan, Not Dressed for Board's Special Visit, Drivel
Callers from His Room and Beats Door with
Cane in Fit of Wrath.
The hitherto ?inrufm-.l serenity of gen?
eral ?ipriano ?'astro was dissipated short?
ly hefore noon vesterday by the intrusion
of a board of special Inquiry The board,
which had disposed of Ce tros .ase a
week ago and had decreed that he should
he deported, called upon the general to
talk further with him relative to the ex?
ecution of General Antonio Farcies.
This did not please the Venezuelan at
all He was not dressed i<> receive vis?
itors, official or social, and he expressed
himself In vituperative Spanish which
caused the board to beat a hasty retreat.
?'astro was at hr.-akfast when the
hoard, accompanied by an Interpreter and
n woman stenographer. Stepped hefore hia
door and BShed admission.
Their mission was explained, but it did
not please ('astro. He had decided that
the board, which bad disposed of him,
was entitled to no more attention from
him. so he ordered the members to leave
his rooms. He thought they should have
Informed him of their coming, or should
have invited him to the board room,
where they had had him on the (?rill a
"No quiero hablar con l'stedes! Fuera'.
Fuera!'" he shouted. The interpreter
heard this, and Informed the hoard that
(astro had sal.l h>- did not want to talk
with them, and had ordered them away.
TI e men went away, and when the door
slammed upon them it Is said that ?'astro
heat furiously upon the door with a
costly cane of gold an?l ebony.
Louis Marshall, of the law tirm of U?Ug?
Benheimer, I'nt.rmyer ?fc Marshall, an
r .authorit> on Immigration law, several
j ?lavs ago tiled an appeal with Secretar***.
Nagel. The Secretary sent to Commie?
sloner Williams COpteS of several tele?
grams ?astro is alleged to have sent con??
ci-rning the execution of Paredes.
The Commissioner turned these coplea
over to the memben of th** board yester?
day, anil it was their desire to talk with
Castro legnrdtng these telegrams that
caUSSi the visit to the Venezuelan.
CASTRO DECISION DELAYED
Nagel Awaits Additional Rec?
ommendations from Williams.
Washington, Jan. CI - Se. retary Nagel'S
decision on ihe appeal of Cipriano Castro
to enter the United States will be delayed.
n few da.vs perilling the recsipt Of addi?
tional rei ommen'iatioiis from ? 'omtnission
?T Williams at New Vork. IS a result of
a supplemental hearin? granted the for?
mer Vi-nezuclan President yesterday by
the special board of lnquiiy at Fills
The hearing, record of which mrs re?
ceived by the Department of Commerce
nn?l I,al>or to-day, was ordered by hOCfO*
tary NSgd t?> give ?'a.-tro a < harne to an?
swer additional advi?cs to the Mate I ?e
partment tending to ???niiect him more
?loseiy with tii-- assasstnotioa >>f Oeaeml
Paredes In Venezuela. Secretary Nagel
said the gsnsral result of the h? ai ing
was a rsfussl by ?'astro to answer < er
tals ?piestions pr"pounda*d by the board.
?es mm m
Church Weakened by Schisms,
Says Dr. Manning.
"UNITY NOT UNIFORMITY"
Not What Each Must Yield, but
What It Has for the Other,
He Tells Church Club.
L'nity of the ?'hristian churches of the
world was mged by the Rev. Dr. William
T. Manning, rector of Trinity ?'hurch, at
the annual dinner of tue ?'hurch Club of
New York at the Hotel Knickerbocker
Speaking hopefully of the achievements
that might he expected by the proposed
"World Conference," I'r Manning an?
nounced thsl plans were weil under way
for the first feathering in that spirit, an
informal conference of as many com?
munions of America as might chose in
s.-n<! repnsentatlvi -
Their present divided state arosksnsd
the ?''hristian forces in trie woild, aald
Dr. Manning, and contradicted the lurida
maatal principles of that religion, but he
felt the realization was spreading that
ibis mean; not onlv weakness and waste,
but sin und actual harm. The worlii COO
fennec movement be declared to be a
definite effort t?. hi inn together In one
great gathering roprssoatatlvss of tne
whole Christian world, and it whs a slain
..r the greet growth ?.f the i?iea in tne
aboli BPS.I two -.ears that w title
Protestent iMdlea irers appointing rats
??Ions to represent th?-tn. dlKnilar.es ?.f
the Human Catbolii and of the Kastern
? h -n. h'-s had expressed themselves as
deepl) Interested is the i<i.-a
The very fact that the world ??inference
would have no legislative [lower. Dr.
Manning said, made it the more practical.
Legislative power, after ail. be derlsrsd.
rould mean nothing without the spirit
toaren unity, snd it' lbs sphii were de
i/ctoped leglslathre acttea aould matter
"Unit) ?I'.es not mena east-iron unt
formity." i?t Manning went on. "it
mesm an agre.-nnnt as to essentials,
while I wi?|e diversity ??s to nnn-esseii
llall will continue. At this stage of the
evolution of the unity Idea, all ai.- be?
ginning to realize that what is wanted
is not how much each ?'hristian m ..-?.Ii
group Of Christians is willing to give up.
..at h?.w much each has to giv to ihe
others. " ?
Bishop a;reer spoke <?t the n?*eds of the
?'hurch and of the Cetina! ConventJoS
of tin- Protestant Kpiscnpal ?'hurch,
which is to he held In this city in (>? tober.
It will be the duty ??f this conference,
h- said, to bring together the Kast and
R Kulton ?'utting said that it ??as m???t
?langerons and u itun?i> to ?hang?- the?
ni me of the church no?v, and tgptmUUU?
the hope that the ronfOfO~B*"0 would ex?
press itself to the aasas eff?-? t As t?> the
arrangements of th?- m. ?ting, he said that
"aristocracy will be written large over
Ueorge (jordon King preside?! Others
Bt the speakers' table w??t?- Hlshoi?s ?'ar?
penter, Beyd and lJo?d. Among the lay?
men present were Steph?-n Haker, ??eotge
Cordon Battle, Judge ?'rain. Justice
I'nv.s, (Je.,rge W, Kly, Haley Klske,
Henry ?'. Hunter, ("eorge If, Mill? r. Dr.
William II. Jeffreys. <'. H. Pierce and
HITS CHILD ?AB0R BILL
Senator Brown Declares Meas
ure Discredits Justice.
I Bv Tp.?.?-n-ph to The Tri'un? I
Albativ. Jan. tt, -Attacking th?? Wagnxr
l?ill ?I?latgned to ajM.llsti chibl labor in csn
tieries ami tenemet.t hous?- child labor
und?: the ?contract svstei?, Senator Kl'"?n
H Ht???? ii, kepunli? an leaiier, io-ilay de
el ?i?-.i it was ?o erode as ta cast ?n<
credlt on iuatice He said it ??a? dp
signed rather for i?enefit t.? the Demo? rat
|e pan? than rar help to the laboring
The bill came up for dlSUISSJOB in
?ommittee of the whole. Senator Rroivn
P??irte?i oui that under its provisions the
ehildren o? a tortees who had eenisaated
te Bell his v.'gei.ii?les to a canning estai??
UehnM nt might n??t help gather and <le
Uver the vegetsbles If they ??ere under
fourteen roan Old, They might do pre
.-isep tiiH- wni'K, though, it the fanner
lot? fui.-.I to shit? his prod in ?> to a com?
mission man In Kew York.
"Thi? is unfair an?l unerpial legislation. '
said Senator Mrowti. "It undertakes to
?Jo sornethltig in so crude an?l bungling a
fashion that it i asts discredit on the
? ours?- of Justice "
.??YiNit'.r Wagner replied that thuc 'lUes
ti??ri had been before many legislature?,
but ?sever bad a rhonro of passage until
the l?em??< rats. wh?> were fri<-iids of the
laboring peupla, came into power. H?
t??l?l of the shocking rotiilitlon? the fae
tory Inveetigatlng commission ha?i ?iis?-ov
trod ati'l said, als??, that only four ?an
neriea In the state ampioyad children
under ?raui tees*.
The bill was advanced t?> the onler of
MONTANA FOR SUFFRAGE.
Helena. Jan ? The woman suffrage
bill, whl'h has t?een act? ?I ??n favorably
tti th?. gone te ol ths ??atontara ?Legielature?
?.?,?? i?.i- '"i to-day by the He us
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