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Note Declaring Negotiations Off
Withheld from Turkey.
SERB DELEGATE HOLDS IT
His Colleagues Trust to Him to
"Choose an Opportune Mo?
ment" to Present It.
Loii'loii, Jan. UO.?With the presen?
tation Ol their note to the Turkish del?
egation, the date for which, however,
has not yet been fixed, some of the
Haiku n delegates consider that their
??gmion in London is end? d. The Greek
premier, Eleuthertoe Venlseloa, an?
iiounct-i! last night tliat ha would leave
Ittore the end ?r?f the Weak and the
others within the next few days. The
linanclal advijers and the military i?:li
g-g attached to the Bulgnrlnn Mesa?
t.oDS will start for home to-day.
Despite this Um diplomats have not
given up hope, and many still think
that the Balkan note is another at?
tempt to exercise pressure on Turkey
and that the allies really intend to
await ?the answer of the now Turkish
Cabinet to the joint note of Europe*, a
course which the powers ave always
"Another day lost!" exclaimed those
who believe that the only solution is to
|?e found in the resumption of hostili?
ties when the meeting of the delegates
of the four allied nations adjourned
"Another day gained!" retorted those
who believe that peace is to be reached
by postponing extreme measures.
The meeting of the allies lasted five
hours and the discussion was ani?
mated. The delegates reviewed the
whole situation and debated both sides
of the 'uestlon, the resumption of the
ix ar and the policy of delay, trusting to
tune to solve tho difficulties. The head
of each a legation reported the con?
versation whfch he had had with Bli
Edward Grey, the British Foreign Sec?
retary, and reference was made again
t" the advice of the ambassadors to ob?
serve prudence and moderation. This
greatly strengthened the arguments of
that section favoring procrastination,
their view being that after the powers'
note to Turkey, which was In favor of
the terms of the allies, if the latter
continued to follow Europe's advice
Europa would continue to give Its sup?
The note was left with Stojan No?
\akoviteh, head of the Servian delega?
tion, the delegates "trusting him to
choosa an opportune moment for its
I r. sentation." Some believe that be
will present it to-day. others ar>- of
the opinion that this particular form
adopted with Um object of avoid
- an immediate rupture and give
T rk?y tune to reply to the potrera
lanttaopM Jan. I'*..?Officials ,,f the
en iiftie?* are ? liKaged In drafting in
..?h the t? xt of Turkey's reply to the
it note of the powers. It Is azpa " U -1
?at the reply will t>e rsaSy to-morrow.
Talk of an Ultimatum To Be
Sent to Bulgaria.
London, Jan. 20.?The evident reluct?
ance of the Balkan nlHea to reeort to
a resumption of hostilities is not im?
probably due to their failure to arrange
the difficulty with Rumania. Er. Da
neff, head of the Bulgarian delegation.
who remains In Lond"n, will have an?
other conference with M. Mishu, the
Rumanian Minister to Grant Britain, on
the subject of the Rumanian clalUM.
A rumor Is In circultion in Sofia that
Rumania Is about to present an ulti?
matum to Bulgaria. The Rumanian
government has just arranged] for an
advance of ?fttMMMMNO from a Germ an
f-yndkate on treasury bills, and, ac?
cording to a Vienna report, the Rus?
sian Lmperor bas conferred the Order
Cf the White Eagle on the Rumanian
Premier, Titu Majorcsco.
It can hardly be doubted that appre?
hension regarding the attitude of Ru?
mania and Russia in the event of the
resumption of the war is giving the al?
The Vienna "Relchspost" averts that
?ulrarla is willing to concede the Ru?
manian territorial claims, provided
Rumania will take an active share In
Ute military operations against Tur?
Bucharest, Jan. 29.?It is announced
that the Rumanian government will
*?lt un1 il Thursday for a definite reply
from Bulgarin. Ring ?Chnrtea win then
I*e?lde at another council of ?nisteten
to iecide upon lbs course of notion
??cording to the nature of ?the Bul
Piii.ii meetings continue to be held
teeughout the country in protest
??iaiiij-t the weakness of th..- fovem?
"wnt :., enforcing Hi-- cintas against
LIMA IS WITHOUT BREAD.
Pei .. Jan. 28.?Tlie Perovlan
P "i.l ? to-day practically witho-.it
lr**?d OWlns to tha- bakers joinirifi In th?*
*'-'?era! stiiki- of factory employes an?!
'':i*r workmen which began early In
wStm \i-;\v YORK, JBRtMET ?ri'V,
M.a.\i:k ano ELIZABETH
febru a i > | to Ifaroh IS. Inclusive
$10 to $13
A.'or4i!.g to iijtel sowaivoSatlaea
Tkknj? rover ro'ari'l trip iranaipoTtailon,
?00.1 for ?h month?, .mi hotel eepeneee,
Saataoln? ia|th dinner .?ii Siaiiii'lay iil?*U.
J0.1 i|???inK aft. r luii'bi-oii ??n followlns
*""" !?'??? ????n?.n of Tlckel ,\>t. i?'>. or ?"?.
+IW?? I, ,- A._ vVi... I'. .Ii ick. .1. . A. D.
v- A. Ma Kifi!? Awnuc, .**.???.? *i?.rk.
Pennsylvania R. R.
ffljjS IN LONDON
( onlinii???] from flrM pag?.
?Mr. and Mrs. l'.thiek Lawrence wept
convicted, ?in,) ;,n triK.e of hf,r is ]l)f.t
The da mano to property to-nicht
Would have ?beta rnu.'h greater had not
the ?Shopkrepen ?taken tlic precautioi
to board up their windows.
M? P.'s Run Away.
The House of Commons paid the suf
rragettafl B ?great compliment by rising
twu hours bet?re Its uaual timo for ad?
journment, which gave the women a
uhaii.o of Baying with much plausibil
.ily that iiieuilx-rs ran away from them.
I This f-ii?,.? was the more 'uatlflad be
Icauae of the alarmist rumors of fem?
inine violence iii.it furnished the talk
of the lobby during the evening. There
were stories ?of an ?advance Of a mighty
hui-t from ?the Hortteultural Hail, sworn
to avenge their betrayal.
?Suffraglflt toOked anxiously at .mti
Buffraglat Newa of the eommun enemy
was eagerly sought It was A? ?though
a beak K< ?1 army watch.'d with fear Uta
approach of nn aaaaultlng army. The
?brand blue backa of i...union's police?
men BUITOUndlng the eitudel gave
members some comfort, but then, who
knew whether there were, not women
conceal?il in the collars, whether tlooi3
v- not mlneil, or some explosive "mr?
J rise ready. The bur-stiiii* of a motor
tin? in i\iia?<? Tard was -<> alarming
that on" departing member returnad
to tin? House.
?Ektqtia i?i i? .-tiinony of the arxietics
of tlie laal fa w ??ays afforded by the
? pi-lily expressed relief c,f m?-mbcrH
yesterday at seeing the official party
whips again on duty at the doors to
diicct them into the rlKht lobbies.
Unhappily for the waver?-rs the whole
question would be before them again
In less than three months. Already
Bttfragtet members are preparing the
Is Christabel Back?
There Is piquant myatery c??n?-erning
the m???.?, m? nts c?r chrlatabe] ?Pank?
hurst. She i- abacnl fr??in her hotel
In Paris, and French P'??ple ar?- uot.
deiing if she has croaaasd the ?Channel
Ma:,:, people here believe she Is now
m L?'ii?l..n directing the women'.* plan
of campaign, and rumor-- ?were currenl
it bun night's m? otii.K of the WotnaBn's
Social and Political Union thai she bad
been present during ?the ?my ai the
meeting of ?the execuUv? c??inmitt. ?-.
A? ? ?ii'din^ t<? a dis|at?'h from ?Dublin
?the ?Buffragettea nuni? a ?rancaitad at?
tack at noon to-day on the wind??ws of
?Dublin Caetle, a number of which arcre
?smaahed. Three *niffragett?*>a were ar?
reatl d and tried suinmarily. They were
?antenaced to one month's hard labor
lira !? span!, ??ne of the most promi?
nent suffragette i? adere and sister of
?Qenera) sir John French, was eaa
I ta*e~R*BJ*| t?y fourteen ggftf imprisonment
t"-day on the. charge of resisting the
ioli??- in the execution of tln-lr duty
When th'-y dispersed a m<'etin?i in Tr.i
?fa?g.ir Squar?' on Monday evening, Mr?.
?? spard was offered the option of pgy?
?Ing a One of $10, but ?she refuaed to
| accept this and was sent to Jail.
Mrs. I??-par?J, aurlressint- the mai*i.
trate aft??r baeing ?sentenced, ?said that
?she v. ould probably repeal her off, n? ?
when she was r? based.
Botne lympathlaiara in court who
mad.? a demonstratl?m when Mnten?ce
was pronounced wore ejected by the
ASQUITH 'TRICKED' WOMEN
Withdrawal of Suffrage Bill
Dastardly, Says Mrs. Catt.
[By Tal-a-rapli ta TIm? Tribu?.
Boston. Jan. ?-'The BngHsh gorern?
'n.'iit has played a dastardly trlrk on
:w'?ni?:i," da clarad Mrs. Carrie Chapman
Catt. praald?enl of the International
Wi.iirni Suffrage lilUance, to-day. Mrs.
< att talk??! OH white slavery and Suffrage
at meetings to-night
"The wu'cn of ?England bars been
tricked ??ut <?f the victory which should
have i?> ? a theirs in ?this ParHaraasat."
|add?s4 Mis Catt, r?-ferrini* te ?Prsmler
Asqultb'i anaouncsmsnt th-it the gcrrern?
in? nt withdrew the franchis?- r? form bill.
' "The Premier had promis??! faithfully
i t?iat ti?<- smeodmenl *foui?i bs sllowawl,
, and a majority Of the members of the
Commons w?*re ptalged ?n some d< ?,-r.? to
lbs raffraga ?aus? " Mrs. ?'att continuad:
TUB dMtrUCtlOO <>f property is a mis
taken policy. It may b? carri?'?! ?SO far a.->
Us bring about s revulaion <?r feeling
aaalnsl the whole prlncipl? ol v.?.man
auffratge, such .? occu?ned ion? hi/?? m
ii. land i fight foi Home Rule. In thai In
atance the Irish cauae was act buck thirty
?reara by the public feeling which re?
. sup.'I from the death ot two men in B
da monsti atinii.
Mrs. ?'att ?returned ?recently ?from a
I globe ?--irettag tr-p. Most of her time was
; ?tpa nt In the Orient.
I MAY COMPETE WITH C. P.
North Atlantic Lines Talk of
Line to Trieste.
I'.riiii? Jan * -The North Atlanta
Bt??inahlp Conf?rence met bars lo-day,
nnd it Is likely that the sessions will b?
?protracted, a? ail the delegataa hav. ar
? i t?. i'-ii?aii. in Barlln tor at lasaal a
K? |?i' s?-ntativ? I a.f the following
?neu wer? preaent: ?Cuaard, White Btari
Mian, An h?r.Canadian Northern Steam?
ships, DonaWaon, H?amburg-Amerlcani
North German ?Uoxd, R?sd star. Scandl?
i ian?American, Auetro-Amariacan and
...,,,. ?; ,,. rale Transatlantique.
AM.? it Ballln, dii.-.lor -fanerai of the
Hamburg?Ameiicaa Une, la attanding ths
; conference with four <?f the ?directora <>t
ii,?! organisation, while Philip Helneken.
with tin?" of ths other ?:ir?ctora "f the
North (biniaii Uoyd Company. Is abo
Apparently, th?' raoel lmport*m( quea
ti?n which win eons? under dlacuaelon i?
how i?, m??t th? !?r??si??ctiv.? competition
i? smlgraal irai? of the Ca?aban Padfl?
Railway's Tr?cst.-.\|.,nlr?al s.rvi...-, for
which a ooiicceakHi ??? recently secured
at Vi.-nna. It 's r?|i?>it<'l that th?? iiK'in
h.-is ot Hi?- shli'l'hiK |x?-?l will ?stabllsh a
cropping line win. agually low ratea
Two i-i"'??asntati'ass <?f ?the (Janadian i'a
, ,?i, Railway are hew watching devaie>p
Th? ?rraatest ??acrBcy is pr?s?rved r.
gardlng th? ?lis'-ussions ?and ?h?' shipping
men hav.? ?refuaed to k'iv?.? out any In
[urmalioii for publication.
HAMLET NOT ?N ALIMONY
CLUB, BUT NATHAN IS
Words of Me?enc\oly Dane Just Fit Case
of Shoe Salesman Who Finally Is
Deputy sheriff Waiter fltsalnuaone. the
flhstlBpOBllan authority on the staff of
sherifT Harburger. was mating bis nrdnd
yeateiday by reading a pane or two from
"llamlat" when a ?lark, slim and Worried
looking young man ?same ml? th?- .?fu?*.
and announced: "Weil, i am back an?i
? am now ready to go." Th.- stranger car
i rie.i a .suit?..!*?' that bulged slightly on
th.' sides and be looked ?is if be eras
ready t<> ko. Deputy ntaalnunons was
not quita sora just when he wanted to
i-'n or when* hi* came from, or why.
r.tzsiininons turned down ?the corner of
a page on which he had read:
I.iki* n nitan to ?inulb ?rosla? M !"?:?
i ?land m pauac erhen i ?mall tint i-. ein,
? Al J ! ?-!' i.'r*!.
That w:is ??xnctly ti?. position of Ike
young man who bad dropped in. it was
neajlect that brought him to th?* Sheriff's
office. Neglect to obey i court ...1er to
pay his wife alimony. 11? aaa beund t<>
a .i?>b us ?i sin?.- salesman until M>?n?!av,
and yesterday be waa bound t<> ko t?, jail.
He paused because h?- was iinacqualnMd
with the necesaary legal red tape before
he hek'Hti his t? rm
The yotmg man wltli the su!t?*a?e want
r,? to reglater for a light, outside room
at the Alimony ?Club He bad ?tailed at
the Sheriff's ofll.-c <>t. Monday With tin
same reqneet bul Bhariff Harburger will
. not accept any one tor the club In th<*
iLudlow str.et jail nntil he is properly
i vouched for by a Supremo Court justice.
Tin-re was mithin? to show ??n Monday
that Randolph Joseph Nat", n. of It?, Til
i i;,!st ISith ?Street, as the young man In*
trodgeed himself, ama ?entitled to *naas*
?berahlp ii. the dub, Nathan left, ?l ??-ap?
point, d, on Monday, but he was back
yeeterday praaalng bis application, ?.v.n
.hen his acceptability had not been acted
upon. So he just sat down and wait ?1.
Finally the Imtoraament came from .lus
tlc ? air.-iibiunn, and li.piity Sheriff
h'ltsaimmona placed Nathan under ar
r.-i, which is the usual initiation for
?ii membora of ?the Alimony fjlnb, a?
riding the oat has loni; been done away
with In the more up-to-date clubs.
The p. raon most dire?-tiy responsible
for the acceptance of Nathan was hi?
former wife. Mrs. Aogoeta ab rtrude Na
than, uin lires with her child at the
New Grand Hotel. She obtained a di?
vorce last October with alimony of (Ml
S month. Nathan owed her |7i ainl r>
?naed tu pey. so Mrs. Nt-thaa had him
arrested and committed to jail,
Nathan heard about the order of ar
! rest before it was issued and was at the
Sheriff's olllci- with his suitcase ready
to marte the. three months that will make
him exempt until there is a fun tier ac?
cumulation of ?alimony. Hs ob?-iincd a
three months' leave of nbaenea from his
?employer so that Im r*ould ?serva tin-time
without fear Of ?totting his job.
PLOTTING TO TAKE JUAf
Hostile Move Seen Thro
Rebel Pretence of Peace
[From Tb?* Tribune nur? M *
Washington. Jan. M.?The Mexican
ation ?again has be.-ome BMnnelng ?
the Aliien.-im border, and the !
prevails h. re thai ti?.- ?rebel lead? i -
planning to retake Juarea ?;en<
Orozco and gahUMT are thought t<> 1?
sincere in their overtures for peace.
"if Saiazar tua only pea re eld? in
Itlons, why Uila Mncentratloa along
border?" *n*ggeata Brigadier fJeaeral i
Igteever, commandlns tbe Departmen
| Texas, in a ?report !?? the War lb |
!.? m to-day.
A? rardli***, to ?;. n.-r..i St?-- raer, ?fall
has between M and I.OMI men at Qui
loupe- David ?i? la Fuent? I
hundred at Paloma.*--, and Carav?*-o i
trola ni.- Mo?? .m .'? Dirai .?i Candeli
fuit\-seven nui. s south of Juarea
About IN federal troope'are al Jus
but the form.IT rebel capital Is is.-l,
from ? 'hlhuai.ua. from Which lbs I
armed relief can 00080. beCaUM b??th i
nails .?re In control of the ?rebela
rebels have cut off p**acttcelly all ratir
and telegraph eonununfeatton betw
Juarez and sootheni points.
. Bta-ps have 1 r.-n t.ik? n M protect
I'.?.-?? un?! o'h.r American territory wit
the range of the expected attack. <
oflMal predicted to day that the re!
WOUld make an M alaught on Juarez 1
These i.?- a ?uspicion that the ?revoluti
ary leedora ??r- ? nboldenad by the t
that Praaldanl Taft, who baa bald a I
position of non-interference, with ti.?- i
viso thai Ani.?i?.m Interssta most
?Suiter, is about to retire and pa rb?
, would not adopt drastie meesurea In
? closing days of i.is administratl****
GOFF HALTS TRIAL
TO MARRY A BARC
Bridegroom Had Secured I
i cense Last April, but Bride
Wouldn't "Name Day."
Karon ?Robert A Pernea had asked I
Bancas to "name th.- day*' s?? man) tin
.without avail that he was greatly Si
prised yesterday aft.-moon when, dur!
a telephone conversation. Miss Pantana
? Marie \'<>n Huftleln agreed thai "thla e
i tin; day." An appointment mu bninea
ately made by th.- pviai baron for I
Banc?e to mast him la Jnstlins Oast
(??ambers, m the Criminal (Courts Bull
| Arnn-d with tlu- marrlaK?* t?cense baau
j last April the OOUPts m?-t at the d? si
anted place at i o'clock With mi*-.*- V?
H'lft.ein waa her stater, Miss ? harlot!
?. i a ? iiinpai?1. ing ike baron waa I:
bualnesa associ?t?-. J.?iin ?.r.???
Justice ("?off aiinouim.l ., Ini?-< ti-minu
?rtcans at :; o'eloch In the lareeny ? ??
which was b.-hiK tib-.i, and the weddti
party was uanered Into in- chamber
win re the nuptial knot was tied. '11
?-.?up:? tb.-n hurried to Um aflea of tl
X Manufacturing Company, No. '2 11,
' tor street, of Which Um baron is pri-s
j d?-nt and John Oreen secretary and tn-a:
While the bride and lier s.?le. walle
In the reception rOOOTt Of the ?.III?, s, l'ai'.i
I Pom's was clOOOtOd fot some lime ?rll
I **r**nuabM88 a?'piaintatice with whom b
ha?l mad?- g previous appointment. Aft
tin- Interview was over, the newlywed
jumped Into a taxicab ami spe?i away.
At ti?-- efloes ?f tin- eompnny. Mi
Oreen said yegtsttmy afternoon Um uni
I dins area arranged very suddenly and h
I did not know what the | Uns of bis ?pari
. nei w.re. ib- declared m hsd known ih
baton, who is about ".'? yean old, for tl?
j la*-t three y? are, and bad ?been belplnj
I him in the pronMtlon ??f an Invention, ?i
knew little ..?"?it Um baron'a antocadenti
but netd tin I trldagroom bad travelled ex
teiudvely and waa a grad?ala of ti??- Uni
veralty <>f Parla
At the Brevoort Hotel, when it"- bans
' has ma :.- hlS home for the last Ihr-??
I years, it was learned that he was in thl
country eiideavorlni t.? sell a ?pntent.
Mis- von Huftlein i- a naUve ??f Switz
. rland. si.? is ?..???i t>? i. a brunette about
tw? nty-sls yonre ??id. Up lo Uuree nonth<
I ?iko she made her home at th<- ?Brevoon
j Hotel with her slater, ?Charlotte.
I This Is ih second r*M**rtaga perf?rate?!
: by luattce Qoff during his long ?enfoer <>?
the i? nch. The Brat nmrriage was tha!
Of Salnuel Thorne. Jr.. who was an As
rist.mt iii.*tii.*t Attorney shier ?VlUtan
MOLTEN METAL SPLASHES 7
Spills from Furnaces and Explodes
?Steam Clouds Factory.
Cleveland, Jan. Ma ??Jeven employes of
the I'pKon Nul t'onipany w.-r. H.-rlotisly
Injured and B dozen wen cut and bruised
by flying KlasM and .bbiis to-?h?v w Inn
the molten metal In two ?a*tinK funuMea
mas ?pilled on th?* damp floor and ex?
The plant was partly wrecked and sev?
eral ?torse steam pip ?? wen- broken.
< loud-a oi steam and flying drops <?f the
molten metal canned fierions Injuries to
the ?agr?a workmen. I
SAW CI HU N
FACE BY POLICE
? ..ii'iini. ?I fri?ni Brut i?s?S??
in ad they were doing?and she wished
she a is ?there t<> help.
WRh preparations going forward to sub?
mit to h ?referendum ?>f th.? ?striking _nr
meni work?sra ?the tinHi B?***r*Kan*?i <?r r?-'
? ? m i.f th.. lantatlva ?ttctasproailaa settle?
mem ?agreed apea timdsy betwasa tit.tr
r< pr. ??nt.ittvm and delegates from thair
employers' Baaoclatlona it ?bat?ame ap?
?pareni thai Um guastiaa ?ne aid .?put the
anhMi Inte Mtteity appoaad fartleas
The activities of th.? rival fa?rUOM WtTt
reni ??? tarday in ?rarioua ways. Th.
radical element, as u i ? known, led by
Mai ?Pine and n?nj.imia s? iwettaar, were
busy getting as much aaatim ni reeorded
sgalnst th?- so ? i tan? ? -if the Bgraamaal
' ? ild.
?vw Bed ne??-? mastiaga in twenty balta
to-day." .-.-?'?i ?Bcbwa Itaar in ths BsMdls <?f
the aft-riiooii, "and nibmltted th?- got f
lion t" ? referendum TV ?vote waaj
o\< rwh'lmln-'ly against It The .?t:tke!
wi?i ?.??, ?,n Th- ?propeaad ?agreement is!
r< ?-tt'.i ??
At th.? Rational bsa?dguart?tra. however,
in th? BlMs House, Themas a. Rlckert,
prsaidsni ??f ?the uatoa, ?who is looked
' Ivti SB ?i.? 1? .?'l.-r ot tin? mOTS c??n>.r\a
tiv'?? sienwnt ?danlsd that any ?.m<-iai
SCtion what ??.'.? r tail be?n t.'ik? n
"If there were any vot?s taken fo-day."
i?? :.i!.i. ? th< i wars simply by taxai asm?
mttteea or boa?rda thai rsally have noth
tal t?. ,?. about the nuasllmi The only
?ones c-oflapatent t?. dadds ar? the gr>at
mai r?i Um atrlklng ?workara tha ms??iv.-s.
"ThS gUSatiOB will got be anbmltte?! to
them tot .?v.rai daya yet The t.-rms
aill ::? t iiav?? to Im translated into half
a doasn hu-guagaa ?.n?i then printed la
pamphlai (?orm Tha piwple ?n ganara) '?
land. In fact, few <?r th<? ?.nicer?, know as
yet sxactly what the prepeaad tetina are !
?i will talks se*r? rai days to aoquaini tha m I
Wttb tl. f'-ilns.'"
The rail!? als, however, wer?? losira; n<> ?
time la ?getting senthnenl started against I
agreement, it aill ba finally BUbmit
ted to the ?ganeral rate, it is ?saaecjtad. by
Iffmbsrs '?f ths eonoer-*ati?ra ?-'??nient,
o-? the other hand, sapeessad themssl?r?ss
s baring ei-nfiib'iit Um terms would be
accepted. They frankly admitted that
hardship was prevalent SflMOg thrir peo
1?1??. and H.? : ' ?'! far money W'i'ild he a
?mon powerful Influence on their votes
than tl?-- oratory of th.- agitators wbo
were preaching the oectfih? ?>f "all ??r
in other branch? <?f ths sannanl strik?
' ;t ??? i --aportad by both union ofltetala
and employera thai tb?? r? turn movement
the Shops was pro*.? easing without a
I .- ? .. ; ?flsoni lbs Kimono and
Wrapper and White good?, workers, f??r
whom ra? formal pea?'?- plans or agrc?
tnerits bare bean drawn up, It was ?-ail
h ttlomsnts with Individual shops wer?
taking ?an appreciable percentage of the
, w??rk?-rs ha? k. It was said that ?VtO
though no ?general peace was arranged the
strike would pre<bably work itself out in
j Ibis sluw.r way.
i Albany. J^h. ?* ? ?,'ovrrnor Siilzer has
OSakcd th? State Labor Department to In
I v? l?gate the strike of the Hochester gar
1 manl w?ta*kera accor?i?rig t<> an ?announce*
m? m at th?- i'\<-cutiy?- Chamber t??-night.
?TO EXPLORE" COSTA RICA
Count Maurice de Perigny Sails
to Study Prehistoric Ruins.
! Paria ????n. -s The French explorer.
fount Maurice de ivrigny. who ?baa done
M much toward clearing up tlie mystery
Of ancient America, started for ?'ostu Riea
! to-day at th?? Invitation of th? governm nt
to study tlM prehistoric ruins of that
i ?'??'?nt dB Perigny. while travelling !n
[Oqtral America in iKtwas, <lis?'??v<ie,i the
| ruins of No'in. th<? capital of Maya, an
lempira which flourish?-?! four eenturtaa
prevtaua to the Astees
'l'a. Krench gorernment haa alee charged
Count ?!?? Perigny t?> organize ,i Coate
? Mean branch of the l''raii<-?i-Ainerifaii
AIRMAN FLUNG 5,000 1'EET UP
?Sent Sprawling on -locks when Bal?
loon Hits Mountain's Peak.
; Lot AngalW Cal.. Jan. ?.-"Torn" Mc
' Lain, an :i?-r??naut, es? aped death nilracu
lously Whan Id? balloon hit the pinnacle of
Mount Wilson, ?MM feet up, and sent hlni
, sprawling on the roiks twenty feet below
the crest of the mountain. The ?tory or
hi- cxpeil.'iiee became known to-day.
M? I.aln was assisting In taking pan?
ol.-mii?- photographs from a captive bal?
loon. The ropes slippcil ami tlM balloon
leaped upward with Mcl-aln danj-llng ir
?tue web. Th- ?bag ?streck the -ide of
Mount Wilson. Ute Impact ire? ing Mc
I.aln tr??in the ropes. The balloon con?
tinued to soar and haa not been found
MOROS MUST BE QUIETED
Order in the Philippines De?
pends on Their Subjugation.
Engagement in Which McNally
Was Killed Shows Natives
Unfit for Self-Government.
[From Th?* Tribun?- rbire.iu. J
Washington, Jan. ?S.-Ib-talls of the en
gngement in which captain McNally ani
six other men were killed by the Moros
on January tt\ were received to-day from
M.-nor ?general .i. ?rranhltn i*. 11. ?:om
ma?fHns UM l'hllipplne division of ti??
The battle area?, as told in Th'.*
Tribune ??n Monday, due to the sffort to
?Us.inn the Moms under the order of the j
Governor of MOTO pruviiie, issued Sep?
tember s. pin, and had no political ata**
inn. ?ne.*, although the incid? ni la an Mu? -
trotten <?f the Incapnclty <?f tha Filipinos
for aelf-government There is, of course.
a disUnettou between tha Moros and IbeJ
other uaUvea, but it is raoogalaad that th<
Moros, about t*S\*atM l trmir. must be sub
?lue.! b. fore 'Inda ?pendenee" can !?? slven.
it is astlmeted that between forty an-'
fifty Moros wen- kin? d in the engnge?
ment ?Oeneral BetYt report of the nattL*
conatsted principally of ? naaaaga i'
calved by him from ?Brigadier Qeneral
.John ,i. ?Perahlng, commandms Um ?Do?
?pertinent .?f Mindanao, ills mesesse
"In reference to Um actton .?-.'.inst the I
gahlpai Cotta. six miles west of Joio,
January 2:, the 14th ?Company Of Philip?
pine Si-outs, the .i?st Company of Philip*
pine S.-o its, the ttth i'oinpa,.v of Phlllp
pine Scouts and a detachment of whll ?**
with field guns tngftg***1! -ilso mixed More
?Philippine constabulary. M?.*-'.? position
\'erv strongly ?lefcndeil by loop-holed
wall, bamboo entanglements, and deep
tUteheS. ?Omr troops handled action with
skill, attm-ked ?rigorously ami made, final j
assault t?) carry Cotta. cbara'teri/.ed by
niai:v Individual seta of gallantry."
There la so definite Information hers
regarding bahipas, bnt it Is aeanmad that
he la ana of the numerous deaeitera from
the constabulary who la at large in the
vicinity of Job?, orhvia!-? <>f the War De?
partment say that the Moras need only
arms to make them a datlgsraua propa.si
Uon. as they are txoacberoua, and any
leader agalnat the aimerlean troops <?r
Mml?C|vlllsed natives lias no troObla In
?getting many r< ?-rults.
?Brigadier Oeneral ?Trank Mclntyre,
Chief of the Bureau of Insular Affair-,
paid t??-?biy t!i;?t the outbr.-t': i'.ns n.? par
tic iiai polltt?*al rignlflcance, i ? tin- Moros
are not sflllated with the Filipinos Whol
?.r seeking Indepenilence. Hi.- opinion is j
that the trouble is tocad, although refiect? |
Ina* tl.e ggty mood of thousand:- of Moro?, j
wiio have no conception ?>f dvlhxatlen.
MOROS KILL AMERICAN
Wound Six Others in Engage?
ment Near Jolo.
Mantle, Jan. -5 -Further sharp fishtinK
b-tween the American troops and the
M.?ros Is reported tills raoratng when, as
the reeuU ? f an .n: ?-*?-meiit near the city
<?f joio. the American troops lost ons man
hilled aid six woundeil.
A largB ?lores or bolo men made a
auddea onslaushl ami succeeded in rush
lnti two troops of t'nlted States cavalry
an?! a detachment < t ?Philippine constab?
ulary. After a sever- tlpht the Moros
aere beaten .ff. it is ?believed with heavy
loss, but tin- number <>f their casualties
bas not yet been aaet i talned.
r.-iptain ?Patrick M? Nallv and six en
bated ni>n of UM l'hllipplne Scouts wer?
killed ?m January -'.'! ?it Tau-llt.-i In an en
gagemenl with Moron Twenty.two Amer
i? ana srera areunded
BOOKKEEPER ROUTS ROBBERS
Canadian Frees Himself After Being
Tied Up and Is Wounded.
Edmonton. Alberta, Jan. M? Working
h!m*-e|f free of the r<>; a with which In.
i..td ?been bound, Clara West, s booh?
beeper <?f the ?Bank of Nova ?Scotia
reached his revolver and drove off taro
masked robbers who were ridlna tha i
? ?re to-day.
Th?- pal' 'irrd ?everal ?hot? at West ai
they il.-i-li. d out. MM bullet (edging lit Lia
arm. Tin- robbers ?scap?-?l.
DOESN'T LIKE SLUGGING
But Sulzer Won't Say What He
Will Do in "Chick" Rose Case.
ASKS COMMISSION REPORT
Governor Quoted as Declaring
He Will Not Stand for
(liy Tola*-:nr?h to The Trlhune ]
Albany, Jan. :..?:.-C.ov?>r nor Suiter ?le?
clin? ?1 to-night to ?ay what action he in
t'-nile?! to take relative to the death of
"<'h!?*k" Kose, who ?Heal as th?? result of
a prlzeflKlit in Hrooklvn with "Sailor"
Smith. H.? has told several persons re?
cently that he would not Interfere with
J the prlzeilirht l.iw in any way. so lona a?
??mring ?aaatohas Bag not h.?e?.me *iugioni
jhoata Hm. ???''.?rdlng to some who have
talked with Mm, he was rmph.itle in his
dsfiaratleaa that he woul?l not stand for
Wh.n a Trlhuno reporter a'ked the
??"overnor what he expe? ted to do about
this match, he sett :
"I had not heard of this fight before,
and thank ye* f<?r calllni* It to my atten?
tion. I will cull It to the attention of the
members r?f til?? BoxInK Commission, and
will wait for their report before deciding
<?n any action. I shrill nuk them to mak?
a full Invest?-cati?n, and my action will
t?.- dstormmed by tiieir r??port."
The ?'.overnor was quoted recently by a
man, who said he had a Ion.- talk with
him aliout thin l?ox!ng situation, a? say- !
j lag that If it came to his notice there was
-??;.? tal iritality in the hoxlng exhibits,
he ?would follow the example of Governor
l'ix ?uni recommend the repeal of the
Fran ley law.
BsnaiOT 1'iawley was asked at that time
if !:>? thoupht the Legislature would nc
??.?rt such a recommendation from Gov?
ernor Sulzer when It had not from Gov?
"Boxing Isn't pink tea." replied Fraw
Isjr, with a latiRh. "The. boxers aren't
kicking ahi?ut ccn?lltlons, and In my Judg?
ment th.-re Isn't half as much brutality
;tlimit boxing ?tarta as in a foothull game.
The real trouble la the hoxlng situation
to-day Is that It l.iokcd like good money
Bud a l??t of people went Into It whi
ov? rcrowdad the lie!.! Some of them
? rnaklag any profit and they're sor
"I ?hint think tii??re ?la anything serious
In th?? Mtuatlon of the boxa-rs themselves,
and I don't believe any Investigation will
Shaw reason for tha <?overnor to urge? th"
r?p?-.il of the law. I think that law has
cou.?? to stay "
FOOD TO EAT, NOT TO SELL
Navy Men Can't Run Billiard Table?
with Mess "Leavings."
Washington, Jan. CS ? Men of the navy
must Und some means of providing for
the sapenSS of maintaining pool and bll
llanl tallies other than from the sale of
food left over from meals s'ipplled by
This decision, made public to-day by
the Controller of the Treasury, brought
sorrow to the hearts of the enlisted men
of the Norfolk Navy Yard, who had been
maintaining their tahles through the aale
of broken bread and other "leavings"
from the barracks' mess rooms.
"Bat all you want, but whatever you
don't eat Is the property of your Uncle
Samuel'' is In effect what the Controller
rules. The sale of such food Is hald to be
PRENTICE TO SUCCEED HALL
Nominated by Governor Baldwin for
Chief Justice of Connecticut.
Hartford, Conn., Jan. H. ? Governor
?Baldwin to-day sent to the Senate for
? ??nfirmatiori the nominations of Justice
Bamnsl 0. Prentice, of the Supreme Court
?f Errors of the state, to be Chief Jus
! tice. In succession to the late Frederic
B. Hall: and of John K. Beach, professor
i of mercantile law and admiralty Juris?
prudence in the Yale Law School, to be
an associate Justice of th.? Supreme
! James H Wehh. of Hamden. also a
! member of the Yale ?Law School faculty,
I was nanu?! by the Governor for a Su?
perior Cowl jmlgeshlp. Mr. Webb Is a
?Roman ?Catholic, and his elevation to the
' Superior C??urt bench will be the first In
' the history ??f Connecticut for ono of thr.t
Meeting Halted by Fusillade
from V Train.
WORKERS STORM STATION
Miisileg Thrown by "Hired
Thugs" of Proprietors. Lead?
ers Tell Strikers.
Once again, urged by the enthnnla-.ni of
their young woman leader. thre*> tin? u?an?l
striking waiters and the kltdien help
poured down Sixth avenue anal Into the
hotel ?one. yesterday evening, where th.-y
raised aa much dlsturlance as the polies
permitted. Many bricks were thrown, but
few windows smashed.
In the middle of the morning mass meet?
ing in Bryant Hall, a number of men
upon a platform of a aouthb?iun.1 Sixth
avenue elevated train. Just opposlta.? th?
hall, hurle.| bricks and atones thnuigh the
front windows of the hall and among the
?treat crowd of strikers gathered Tlie po?
lice declared the me ? were striking kitch?
en help, arid, aa they ?hurled the bricks,
cried "Our women and chlhlren arc starv?
ing and we want work and f??od!"
When the bricks and Atones crashed
through the windows the strikers became
panic-stricken. They tumbled over th?
chairs upon which they had been sitting
and crushed through the hall doora and
do'vn the stairs to the street. Shouting in
five or six different language?, the angry
strikers made a rush for the elevated
stair?, despite the efforts of a dozen po
Nes to check them. The police were thruet
aside like straws, but before the mob
could reach the stairs the train, bearing
the stone throwers had pulled out of the
All the union and Industrial Workers
of the World speakers as- :r?-d th? atrlk
ers that the men who hurled the ?Monea
could not have been striker?, but must
have been "hired thugs" of the hotet pro?
prietors. Miss Flynn announced that
there would be a largo open-air meeting
In I'nlon fl-juare this afternoon, after
which the strikers might parade through
the hotel district.
The latter part of the afternoon meet?
ing was devoted to Instructing the strik?
ers how to picket the hotels. At th?
union headquarters the leaders of the
strike spent many hours in executive ses?
sion, all of them declaring the strike had
PLAN CANAL LAND DEFENCE
Elaborate Scheme to Repel At?
tack Prepared by Army Board.
Washington, Jan. 2?S.?Proposing guarda
against a land attack upon the rear of
the great fortifications to be erected at
the termini of the Panama Cunii, as well
as to protect the locks and dam* and HsB
line of the canal Itself from an enemy
who might land above or below rne pro?
tected zone of the seacoast iortificatlons.
a report has just been submltt'^d to ajen
eral Wood. Chief of Staff, by u special
army board back from the Isthmus.
The board has prepared an ? laboral ?
?cheme of land defence, Involving th
construction of roads for military op?
?rations and provision for the rapid
movement of the troops of the garr btni
of the Canal Zone to any threatened
point. Details of the project ne? essar lj
are withheld, but aa soon as ihe t.?;..?.
has been approved by the ?Jer..-ial Htaff
orders will be sent to the ?""ana; /one t?>
begin at once It? excutlon. so that t In?
land defences will be In perf-ot ?.?indi:?CI
by the time the canal goes intu cp?-rati?,n.
I,leutruant Colonel John F. Motris'in,
21st Itifantry, and Lieutenant ?olonel
Joseph K. Kuhn, corps Bat engineer?,
members of the board, served throughout
the Russo-Japanese War as military ob?
PARADED IN ''NIGHTIES''
March of Two Philadelphia Girlg
Ended in House of Correction.
(By Telegraph to The rrltmne.l
Philadelphia, Jan. '."??.?Viola Carson and
Marie Davis, young women who lived In
Vin* street, were arrested iate last night
for parading In the street wearing only
their "nighties" under long cloaks.
"We Just hopped out of bed to answer
a telephone call In a drug store," was
their excuse, but the mattlstrate sent
i both girls to the House of Correction for
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