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B WEE'S REPLY TO
Garrison Apparently Making No
Attempt at Sortie?Can
Hold Out for Months.
CONFIDENCE IN STAMBOUL
Shukn Pacha, Commander of
Besieged Fortress, Has 40,
000 Fighting Men?Besieg?
ers Number 100,000.
.do?, Irb .V?Tho TuTki* remain
en the d.-fensne at T-hataldja and
.? .?nople. Th?? Artrianopl*? fortress
r? plies only feebly to the Bulgarian
Ik ?? i bard ment, arid apparently no at
t has been mad*? ;n the way of a
forty n?M? Servian seven-inch Runs
8 bombarding Adrianople. mi? a dis
rit'-h to **The Dally Mai!" from p*?i
cifi'i?. V" ;(-;'ivf>?i from that town sav
ihat there are still comparatively large
quantities of breadstuffs U? Adrian
"Mld few mcdir-al ne.essane.?..
A Bulgarian aeroplane ?e?t??ida?
dropped proclamations into Adrian?.pie.
inviting the surrender of Qm town.
A Vienna dispatch to The Times"
8 H is .?.rated jn competent Balkan
oiplor.iati.' quarters Uiart that i new
Borbo Bulajartafl asrree-nient has been
concluded, under which M'?nastr ?rlU
t*0 Servia as compensation for th?
ri?*:p -?-forded Rulgana
The Turkish newspaper ' Tanin" .is
?ert^ that Arinanople has sufficient pro
>B8 for four months, and other
T rkish reports declare that the I
fortress will be able to hold out foi
?- ? ' ! ? oeks.
tal quarters In ? onstantinople ]
breath?' a j-pirit of great confidence In
? w revtime. and rie? lare that the
'ion of the countr? und the? wtetry
M'rt'lier preelude serious ??p?dalions
: -g the Tchataldja linee tor the pr??s
Meanwhile. rilplomac?. nas mad.* no
fter forward sime the resumption of
iMatUlUea, and the Porte has mude no
(further ? omnmni' ation either to the
rs or to the allies. Should it ?urn
that Adrianople .an resisrt for any
<? i.siderable time, dipletnatlc Betfotla?
aro likep to remain at a stand
a'.though in tha Kurop?an capitals
an ulttmava settlement b> diploma, y
rather than by arms is still hoped for.
There is no confirmation of th*- re
ad onupaiion ?>f s, atari ay th?*
N? Part of C'ty Spared.
.v terrllk l*?iMn?be>rdrnent of the fott?,
? ?-inndlng Adrianople ?ah? Iiagua on
Monday evening by the Bulgarians and
Barrtena. aorroundlaaj the city, to
-?nih*-r of more than one hundred
thousand It is believed that not even
-?aid? ? . poi lion of lh< H ? eraa
? ? ?I
Military mea who knot something
? t?.. -, *-.-.,; linea of forte which I
th<? ib f?-n. ???? of A'lnanople?for
? i i t r ring wht? h the be ata?era have
8BB facing since the war began is >?n
? d with and supported by other
? Irclea of forts just as strong?look for
>? prolonged defence by the besieged
**arrtae*B, arhlch .ompnses many ??f th"
Bl tie Turkish regular troops.
This opinion. t??o. anparentl) preval?a
T\iihin Adriarioi'le i ts.lt*. otherwise
?he fe-reig:. ensuis tbare woul?l not
? considered it nece>?sarv li? ask
their ambassadors to ?acare au es. ?irt
' ? the f-.reiKn resident.? of the . uy
? ho desir?' to puss thro ;gh the lines or |
protection for ih'.se arho raoaalB trlthia !
Will Resist to th? End.
- . :<ri Tacha, i !hi Turkish "in
. mane: r who is defendinu Adrlanopl*9, is j
???ne of the most determined oftxera >'f
the Ottoman army. He has declared j
?hat he will not surrender the for:
i nt:l the last of his soldiers has hot ??
ktlled. His record thus far has proved
ftm to be a man of his word Shukri
?til! aae, a< cording to estimates made
by ? orr.petent authorities, about forty
thousand men, a number whi? h is eon
Bldared sufficient to man the fort? and
hold at bay the much grenier ..emegmg |
The Bulgarians are said to have no
fa*! er than BM >,?1>M> men in the pro\ in?e
84 Thraee, with 4ft.00n Herv?an soldier?! j
and perhaps a few divisions of Greeks ?
EaalattBg them. Th?- greater part ?<f
this force, however, is compelled to re?
main in front of the line of fortiflca
at Tchataldja and at Galllpoll, in order
to hold the Turkish armies OttPJOOBt*
tinted at those places.
It Is possible that the al?e? mav at
?Htli one or both of these positions,
'hus going contrary to gil expe? tation*
of military men. If they eould clear
?.allipoll of Turkish troops and attack
the I>ardanelles Strait, this would give
free passage to the Greek fl-et, which
would th"n be able to remJer some as?
sistance to the allied army before
Te.hataldja. where the Turks are gath
ta the defence of ?'onstantinople.
Winter Favors Turks.
liie season, it is pointed out. is not
favorable for offensive operations,
?nd these may be left by the allies to
the Turkish troops, who would be corn
Wiled to attempt a forward movement
fr*?tn T hataldja if the Bulgarians
???oiild remain on the defensive there.
The ottoman army at the Tchataldja
"leg bas greatly Improved during the
?wmist'ee. The soldiers, are better
?rmed than they were. 8ickn?****s among
'hem haa diminished, supplies have
: ***n brought up in great quantities
?n| fresh troops now man the string
as Powerful forta
British and German warships passed
through the Dardanelles on Monday
?e? the protection of the foreign resi?
dents of ?"onstaritinople. and a fleet of
??irshipu l.elonging to other powers la
?'?chored |n Besika Bay, at the en
'?an?-e to the Dardanell?*?a, ready for |
GUARDED FROM WOMEN
Suffragettes Do Their Utmost to Get Passport
for Next Friday's Court?Bucket of
Water Thrown Over a Policeman.
F!" ?'able to The Tr.bune
Lond?:?n. Feb. ,*?.?Special but unosten?
tatious precautions are being taken to
prevent any untoward happening at
Buckingham Palace throusrh the action
of tho militant suffragettes. If any?
thing is attempted by them there th?*ir
reicptiun is likely to he particularly
warm The King's principal London
residence is in direct communi. ation
not only with Scotland Yard hut with
Wellington Parra? ks. close by, and the
military protection ?if the palace .an he
increased almost immediately by a pre
? oncerted signal.
It Is known that rer'ain M.ffrag?*ues
have done their utmost to obtain the
necessar*- passports to be present at
the court that takes plaie in Mucking
ham Faln.c on Friday evening, and
officials have received stringent in?
structions SJ to tbe manner In which
they are to act in the event of any sus?
picious stranger presenting himsilf or
herself for admittance. The staff of
police, both uniformed and plainelothed,
detailed for duty will be greater than
e\er before on a similar ocasi?n
The police seem to ha\e caught a
tartar in Margaret Morrison, a suffra
go'tc BITtSStSd outside the l.even Town
Hall last Wednesday during the visit of |
Premier As<,uith to that town The
charges brought against her yesterday
Throwing pepper in a constable's
Smashing twelve panes of glass in
the I .even police station.
Throwing a bucket of water over a
police sergeant In his offlcp.
I.ivelv scenes seem to bave occurred
while she was In custody. The evi?
dence given showed that she manage?!
to lock a policeman out of the passage
leading to the cells and then smashed
| the windows, and as the police broke
1 open the door she threw a bucket of
water over the first to enter. Ph<* has
? been on a hunger strike in the Dundee
prison tinco last Friday.
The Sheriff asked her to lift her ved
for identification, but this she refused
to do, and there was a scene when an
' officer artempted to raise the eels,
which was torn in the struggle.
She was sentenced to thirty days' im?
?The Dally ?Sxpress" gays that the
whole Cabinet was set sneezing yester?
day by the simultaneous receipt by
ear h minister at the House of l'ommon?
Of suffrngette letters containing re.1
BULGAR PLAN MAY BE TO
Capture of Dardanelles Forts
Would Open Passage to the
K* <~a|?;e? to 'I rir TliBBBS '
I/?,ndon. Teh. .*>.? -Significan? nev? ? has
been received from ?'onstantinople. It
is reported that fiehtlng went on all
day yesterday in GalttpolL The object
of the Bulgarians in this operation, in
which they may !?e assisted 0* the i'rcrk
feet, is to capture tlie torts of the Iiat
dar.elles and make way for the passag"
of the Greek fleet through the Sea of
Marmora. wh.To the Turkish fleet
would be almost bound to give battle.
In the event of a Turkish defeat
'?reck guns could be trained on the
Turkish left at Tchataldja and there
would he no obsta? le to a b? inbardment
of < 'onstantinople.
TCHATALDJA IN FLAMES
Bulgarians Burn Village and
Left Wing Retreats.
Conatantlnople, Pen, ' Th* Bui-,
ganar,?*, a??? ??rdlng t<> repi.rt?? leceiwd
tO-Oight, at?- re-tiring fxun the burning
villige of Tchataldja. e*-pe( ?ally on the
left wing This is regarded as a stra
taajfral movement possibly with the ioea
of drawing the Turks into the offensive-.
'I lie belief !s held among military ex?
perta h. re thai n? Berlom operations
are to tie , xj e. t.'.j ,tt T< I Btaldja for tii
present. Tlie eonditi?.!. ..f iue sou?iara
portion of the zone between tha
?if the belligerents is sin h a* to rendej
the movement of m??n Impoa 'ih?e It |8
little better than a RMraas. ObIj on tlie
higher ground in tha northern r?e*rlor
? ,ti tha armies ? ? onta< I and
ii aaema lmp?osalble thai either side- a-lll
lndulg- in ??n attack in forc-t
It is st'ppos.-ei thai th?' Bulgaria na de*
noiinced tlie armistice le-? o BCCOUBt
of the failure of the Bt*-a*Otlatlona than
because they expected that Adrlancpla
?rould !?? obliged tei aurrendet wlthlo *
few daya, a ?.'! an bi 1st still In
operatlot might have eml^rraased theli
of a ilf.ii
v . ???. i .*- i?r to iba i.?-' Infoi motion
here. Hi- fortiaaa **ill be able t?. realai
foi .? ?'in? time .\t?.. h Is < ape d
npeteot obaei ? ? Bes
t.:...,.i which la now al tbe bead of i??.?ti>
military and civil a?lminlatratlooa The
anterpriaa and daring, too Of men like
Knvr He?.. T^ho bow for th?* Brat tima
has a real chance, ? ?s believed, may
Burpriee the alii- ?
The r.e.v Orand Vlalei llabmond
svii'ikc, Pacha rea |3 aboarlng thi ?
*>ra*-vnir4**g qnalltiea winih ?on him n -
nown, and ?iv-?- man, houra a day i.->
aupeiintendlng in peraon tha military
r?i tan ?cements.
JAPANESE BUDGET SURPLUS
Prince Katsura May Dissolve
Diet and Appeal to Country.
Tokio, Feb. I. The Ja#TaJMea budget for
this year shows a total ordinary reven 18
of "OM.8TT.82f, and an extraordinary rev?
enue of $27.384,201. while the ordinary ex
pendltmes amount to 1211,0?2.'>2*i and Ihe
"xti ?ordinary ex peni tu re? to |M.4?V> 006
Tatar* was a sut plus ..f alm.it J^.TuO/xO
fiom I?12 Tii** expenditures Include the
?um of WMM for the repr?sentation of
Japhn At th** Panama-Pa'l*U Exposition.
The Opposition in the Diet has thr-at
ene^ to move it resolution of la' k of ? ?<n
fldence In the government If this Is In?
sisted upon ?h.* Kuv-rnnient ??ill. it Is an
nouii'ed, dissolve the l>iet I'rlnce Taro
Katsura will, however, n?jt re*?ign th?
piemleiship. but will appeal to the coun?
try to support the- new part?* he Is trying
to form, composed of politicians drawn
from all the partie? and factions in ths
FRANCE'S CHURCH POLICY
Briand Cabinet to Introduce
Paris. Feb. 4 -The French government
will shortly introduce a bill In Parliament
supplementing the ?ongregattons act of
1010. The bill will establish a common
fund from which relief may b# granted to
members of the religious congrexations,
the liquidation of who?? property has
faded to realize a sufficient sum of money
tor their adequate support.
The bill will also define the londitions
under which members of the ?upprcssed
congr?gations may be granted permission
to reside in Frame, and provides for the
manner of distribution of any surplus
among the national charitable Institutions
!MRS. KNIGHT ADMITS
HUSBAND DIDN'T DIE
Proclaimed Herself Widow Ow?
ing* to His Threats?Tried to
Murder Her, Says a Report.
| P\ '*?hla to The Trlhune I
London, t'eh. ,*i.?The dramatic an
noun, ement thai the K<n Alheri
Knight, vi.-ar of Christ ('Jinrch. Huns
lett. nom- Leeds, did not lose his lif?
on January is, when he was suppoea
to hare fallen orer ths cliffs at Plan
borough Head hag b.^'ii followed bj
b ver m?.r?> remarkable ileeeiopment
Not only I- it . ..iisuj, rc.I . crtain thai
he is Salles, bot also ?hat be |*| on hi
way to Australia in the Muer Hailar.ii
with Fanm ?armies. rt former workei
at his church.
Tl ?? Ballarai toft Laa Palmas nr
Wednesdaj if?*?t ,?n?i is due is
\i ? lopetoe ri OB Fl !?? '?ar 12
Mr.- Ktitght, \* ho cir? lllated th(
Mon r>t 'he tragetjv of the tllff, now
admita there Is no truth in it bat
?tatsa thai -he was frtghtensd intr
doing It by her h'isban.1 and that she
i? unaware of the reason why hs d?
-ired it to be known that he wan
dead M? told her h? tended to dis?
appear an?) that sh?* must gssert Bhl
had seen him fall over the cltffa Al
was evident bf the marks of f
and an umbrella point, he went close
to the edge of the cliffs, having e' i
dentu mads ..ireful preparation fot
the a? en? ba? Intended t.. ana? t. Hu. Ing
don* thN arnl left ttie umbrella with
a pan ><f ins photograph!, eo il i
he returned an?l wen? hv ?...,- giving
h?-r Instructions to ?-o t,> ??he ,l..,?-ow?
.farmhouse and report him .. - |
Miss f?nnie-i left the h insletl dis?
trlct in Sept? int..??. h.ivlug obtained a
situation as nurse si Ktbtord, Kent
She err?te from time t., tune t?. i>.*r
relatives, and the last letter from hei
was r??el',??il on .Januar*, 'Jl ill?? .1 , v
aft?-r the Ballarai sailed from tbe
Thames, in this lettei Miss Orlrnsoan?
Inouneed her Intention of leaving Ash
ford, and Btated thai her friends erars
nol to irorrj snout her.
There is boom irery ndlgna?
tion among th? i*iUa?tera at Flambor?
..ugh. For dayi rri'-n iia*.e been ilsking
their ii*.?-* In searching for the I
of Knight, and it ??a? bea-aust? ?.ne m.,n
almost lost Ins life tb.-re that the chief
??instable of LsSedl d?*? ld?"l to publish
the fact thai the vicar wan nli\e.
"The Yoiksliit?* l'?.st" says It has
good ground* for stating that kill?,.?
during Its Of violence trbxl to poison
hi? wife, to an angle BOP ami to drown
"NOT YET" FOR CHINA LOAN
French Minister Interposes Un
Peking I>ti 4 The six-t*<.w*r loan
Hair?mttit was not ?ifiix-.l to-day At
riie last inometit the breach minister
irifoime?! ?he CMnOSS noven,ment that
In- would be itMi'l?- 10 aare? to the lean
unless aii three Bsivisets repreeeated
neutral ?oiuitrles oi w??re aJl auhjects of
| one or another of the nx oouruneai par?
ti? lpatlng. He added hat If the latter
alternative was adopted a Fr? n hinan
OOght to be appointed 'o on? of th? ttnee
The Fremli oi.je. ttOB wa? .ntlrely un
looked for and caus.-.l consternation in
uoverninent circles and ?limnay among
the ijank?*r?. The ministers representing
the six powers met this evening, itai.
failed to reconcile the rontli? ting views.
The lees ggreeSBSnl was ?ompletetl yes
ter?Ja> and it was SSJJMSted that trie sig
oataraa would be attached to-day, al?
though the French minister ???>?> a few
daye arco objected to the appointment of
a Dane as inspector of the salt ?tabelle,
on ti..- ?round that tlie post ou?'ht to
have been given t?. a Kr.-i.climan. It
was imdei st'-x-d. hOWSSST, that in the
later negotiations tins ol.jei tiori had been
The agreement as lormulatcd under?
take? an advance t.y the ?u-power group
of |l?X(*00.<XrO when me agreement la
signed, and ?"hina la depending on this
aalvanee to pay the arr-ara In the wages
due the troops, who are ?-?tuna restlos?
Forty soldiers start??! lootlisr yesterda",
but e maJorit\ of them were d.rtsted an 1
FUN AT FARSANG CARNIVAL
Many Actors Attend Cafe
Fun fsat and furious mark?*?! the c?l??
bration last night of the Farsang Carni?
val, aiven at the Caff Boulevard
Before the dancing her?an a cabaret was
Introduced, with a "thousand and on?"
novelties About seven out of every ten
persone wer? in costume.
MUST KEEP Di
M. SMS MAIE
I nntliiued from Brsl pas?
great countries, the United State? and
the United Kingdom. But I am not
?ure that I am competent to talk on
this subject, or that I care to talk about
it. We don't talk about the relations
between ourselves and our frienels, he
tvcen Mr Choate and myself, for ex?
ample. The relation?- between two
countries ought not to he different from
the relations between two friends, two
'Tn relations between two friends w?.
look not alone at our own interests, but
equally at the interests of our friends.
When we make a contract we do It not
for the sake of getting the advantage,
but for the sake of mutual advantage.
Relieve me, gentlemen, there Is noth?
ing so futile as what Is known as a
diplomatic \ letory.
"He who thinks he is getting the bet?
ter of a bargain is not fooling other
men so mmh as he i?- fooling himself.
He may get some temporary ad?
vantage, hut other men will find It out
and he wull lose their confidence, so
that he suffers in the end. If there had
ever been any treaties between our two
i ountries. something I deny, which had
l.een obtained by one of us through de?
ception of the other, If the deception
?-?.??re on our side I would b?*- one of the
first to tear the treaty up. ?\nd I am
sure t am corn t In saying that my
government would applaud the ad."
Mr. InneH paid a tribute to the great?
ness ??f the ambassadors who had repre?
sented boih countries at the capital of
the or ?1er. miking special mention of
th?? late Ambassador RHd. "whe, died
sue'h a short time ago and dtd so much
for the good friendship of the two coun?
' The little difference which has ari.-en
bet w ?en the tWO aov ernments is pcr
feetly insignificant, and I have no ques?
tion it ?an and will he solved without
the ??lightest difficulty. If not immedi?
ately, at least before long."
Choats Popular in Erglsnd.
Mi. Rrltt.nn. who brought the greet -
ire? of Ute Knglish Pilgrims to their
American brethren, paid tribute to Mr.
Choate and t?. <.'<?rge T Wilson, a
v I. e-presidcnt of the ?octet) and chair*
man of Itn exc utive committee,
i hontes naine, he said, was a h?>uv
he.1.1 word In l.ngland, and touching on
Wilson, he Bilde?!
'Things OUghl to co weil with a Wil?
son at th-? head of the American people
and a wiis-'n ataerlag the Pngrhna to
proi perlt* and Bocesee "
Se.me one in th?* mean tune had
pla? ?d a gnat silver urn in front of
Mr. Chanta, which t^e toaatjneattor pro
i ceded to present to Mr. Wilson in
tt.ken of his untiring real In the so
? ?? ? ? ? behalf.
'Tou have been "he breath of MfO
to the piignms." .-ini Mr. Chonte, "by
lUMChlng the ir.ath o-u of ail the of
?I hope tnu? will inspire you to
pon and more furious efforts.".
Mr. ?lioate. arho bad said he was a
er ? .o.i.kfe r than this tune last vear,
nevertheless sugce*<te*ei m thta t??int
that aoene Pllg ha "with i unger
decipher the In ? rlpttoa on th?
urn. whet? ipofl ?"me diner shouted,
"Let ' leorge do it." and the fu? i as on.
M> ' "inrnon ?<r gai*daB spe? I :
Mi Wiisoti. is attorty ma deque ta to
axpreei tho flfty-nine var?en.?? <.f feel?
ing now chasing up and down at) sub*
He ended with a gloarlni tribute to |
Mr ? tii.Mte. Having
? a?> Mr. Bhalr?a*rpaare said about him:!
Uta lif" was gentle and the elements!
s?. BBtaed in him that nature might I
Stood up ami Bay '?> all the world, this
Is a man:'
wh?n he ha.i gaiahad a ]><?'??- whla
Btartled the gueel with Its shrill I
blaal and R, A, C smith inarched upj
behind the tptokortt tai.ie with a sil?
ver lovinn cup, which Mi. Choate
tnireupon preaented to ?Vllllam Curtti
n.nu.i.-it. iii?- t****8asnrer of the pii
The eiitn?* I tat ..f speakers lnclinled
Pr.'flldent John H Finlev af the City
?'ollege and Sir Ernest Sliackletein
With the speakers on the platform sat.
Alfred ? '. i.'oxe, Dr. J. J. Macl'hee,
.Tu-?)ice Joseph E. Neuburger, William
M. Griffiths. Justice Peter A. Hendrtck.
Alfred K. Steers. President of the pl?
ough of Hrooklyn: Justice Samuel
?In-enbaum, John Harrea, i'ommls
Bloner twnuam 11 Uwudat, j van
Ve hten olcott. ?.'aptaln John J Knapp,
17. S. N ; CoatlUI-odotre Dalla?? Pa.he
Pratt, Colon?! l)ani?l Appleton. "f th
Major (ieneral Thomas H. Harry,
U. S. A.; Btawart L Woodtoi.l. the
Right Kev David 1!. ?Ireer, l'ourtenay
Walter Rcnnett. ?'. I. E.. Alton B.
Parker, Colonel William Jay.
Major General John F. O'Ryan, John
Purrov Mitchel, Preuldent of the Hoard
of Aldermen; .Seih How. Henry G.
Ward, Georg" McAneny, President of
the Horough of Manhattan; Justice
Vernon M. Davis, ? ontroller William
A. Prendergast. Justice Mitchell L,
Erlanger, Commissioner Joseph John?
son, George Austin Morrison, Jr , Wal?
ter C Noyes. Henry W. J. Um knall, J.
Joyce Hroderick and Dr Jeihn R. Shan?
Mr. ?'hoate read telegrams from King
George and Queen Mary express?
ing their thanks for the cordial senti?
ments expressed to them by the Pil?
grims, ai.d from Pressent Taft and
Lord Roberta conveying their keen re?
gret at being unable to attend the din?
TO FIGHT FOR FREE TOLLS
Senate Committee Will Be Urged Not
to Indorse Proposed Repeal.
Washington Feb. 4.?The repeal of the
Panama C?tnaJ troe tolls provisions, pro?
posed in an amendnnuit by Senator Root
to the canal adminlstraUon law, la to ba
taken up on Friday at a meeting of the
Senate ?Jommltte? on Interoi-nsanlc Canals.
Advocates of the free toll provision for
American coastwise ships are prepared to
fight the amendment in the committee,
and to prevent, if possible, its indorse?
ment. Should the provision be favorably
r.'l"rted. It Is believed it will be Impos?
sible to secure final action on It during
tbe present session. I
SPOTLIGHT FOR 'SPOONERS
Cruel Mr. Stover Removes Par
Hedges' Kindly Shadows.
Although "sixioning" is an instin
tion which he says Is in no way oi
posed by him, Park Commission?
Stover admitted yesterday that whe
It injund a park there should be som
restrictions placed upon It. A hlg
privet hedge is now being removed frot
Stuyvesant Sitiare Park, the Comtni.?
sloner said. becrStass sentimental cot
pies had damaged rhe lawns in the
effort to move benches to the shado'
of the hedge. He la having place
there now a two-foot hsdgTS, so tha
"spooners" can be seen at all times.
"I do not me?n to stop 'spooning.'
said the Commissioner, "but I want t
regulate |t ?o that it will be ?onfine
to benches on the park walks. Coupl??
ran be as sentimental as they choos
If they do not injure the law-ns b
dragging benches into osey corners."
Residents of the Stuyvesant Par
section have been at a loss to knoi
the reason for the removal of the hlg
Finlay Besieged by Person
with Tuberculosis Cures.
?"liarle* n. Finlsv. th? hank rr?sM**r
whoa* offer of SI/?*?.Of? to Dr. Print
rieh Friedmann If he will ?*om*> to thi
cltv to demonstrate tho em\ arv of hi
anti-tuh? ireulsMSI ?tuiii h.i- receive,
country-wide notoriety, finds there is n
dearth of persons, both lav und profes
slon.,1, who have tuberculosis euiSB o
These ofWs and aprenls he asid renter
day head made hts mall esp?><^n!ly voluml
nous sine?. Ir has Secom?. kn.wri that III
Berlin docr.ir had dax-idM not. ro com
ovr>r aft?r all.
"Not only |,v mail and telejrrntr?." ?al?
Mr Finlay, "nr. these offers made, b.it lv
personal BOUettatSon, some of ?h<* ????*k?>r
rom!?ar Inn?* distance? ''
A fagg raw-boned SSOatTjrSMS ???a\\*4 a
the Aetna National Hank yesrerdav an?
sak?*d for Mr Hnlay. He s.vd h? ha?
come ail th? whv from tha mounlain dLs
trie?? in Pennsylvania to rell a">o;t th
won?]orfuI euratJee properry of the air ii
htf loeaHty, and wanted tiie hanker t.
bulM a rsnstfirliim there. Another pteti
looking individual from out on I.ong Isl?
and had a prepararii'.n of or.on<* and tur
Tontine which he ?vanted WnSUfJOd Th.*i,
were only ?wo of th? Schemen propo-avi
BeeMea people with OSfSS, Mr Flnlsj i<
liesloged wirh api en;? from tuberculoali
s..ff?rT" nn?l their friends from nil parti
of rhe rout trv. Many of these have a-akf?
that they b?- ? SUBtSd among the he 'lie,
patleate erne were to have been treats?
SiPSilllientBllf b\ Or. Prledmaann.
Mr Klnlay said rejtarillns; r le repon
that ? St I.ouls phj si? I.m <*?? on his wav
here wirh a cure, that h>- liad nssds nt
Offer. e\ca;.t to I >r. I"l HMllllSllll. BBtd wouk
enter into no negotiations srlth sn*# on*
until the IWlin man hod ba?l a chanc?
to ?how what he could do
' If l)r rrtodSSSM decides n?>? to come,"
he declared, "tlie door of my office wii. bar
open to ever>b??dy with a su?;.Testlon. I
I a-.? decided to ? ven l?>t cranka in ruid se
what they have to sa?
BRIDGE BLOCKED BY FIRE
Reserves Out on Report That
Movie" Was Ablaze.
? ?-mall fire in Brooklyn near ?ha
Broohlyfl H'ldire gild a faw doors from a
irwelng ptetnrs p?aos t:e?i up trafilo on
I the brt.lg?* last nig'i?. enUBSd some one
t.. Inform the Atlante street starion that a
movie ' was ablaze and bro'.Kht out ti.e
reserves frees that station.
Iieputy '"hief I?a.Ily arrived s few min?
ute? after ?i o lo. k hi.?i t: e "ames,
whi. h teere .onflne?i lo the second floor
of No ft] Washing*, or. street, a thr?-s
st.itv I rieh i.ulldtng. were BOOB un.ier
I eontTOl snd did Only Blight lama?;??.
Traflk was stopped in Washington street.
used b] n-anv of the cats which ? ross
the br1?lge Th?? car? OJOra ?wit' hed to
Fulton street, whlcii whs also ?oon
blocked. I' was three qnartoes of an
hour barfore normal trafile was resumed.
Mrs Lena BaaTT. h widow*, who orcu
pla-?l tne second floor. where tlie tire
started, seid sin- laer the rismes si.ootintr
up from uruler the fiooi She ?;,s sllghtl)
burned in Sttenptlag t-. po! the tira- our
befnit- railing t.. a po rman en pool -.>
turn In an alarm
?MAYOR APPOINTS WALSH
?Police Deputy Gets Magistrate
John I Walsh. Third I>eputv PolKe
Commissioner, was appointed ye?uerda> a
mogtstrate by Mayor Qsynor to fill the
MH.II.V caused by the death of Magis?
trate Mosea J Marris, of Urooklyn. The
t?*rm. whi. h began on March 10. lSlO, has
moie than seven years to run
In BMMng the appointment the Mavor
advljed aanlnst locking SP before trial
people of fair stsndtng in the cornmunltv
foi trivial offences. Instead of tssuinn
warranf* against sin-h persons In mil"."
isaes th? Mavor told th* magistrate that
A better course was to summon or notlfv
them to sppesr In that way they escape
being taken by force and locked up before
trial. This nottfliation policy has alw.ivs
been rhe practice of magistrates, and Is
prs. tls?d altogether In the country d.i
trl. ts. Mayor Oavnor affirmed.
"There BIS two rriaa-'Jit rates.'' he de?
clared, "one In Manhattan ?nd one In
Brooklyn, who perslst?'ntl\ refuse to sum?
mon?, persons or to notlfv them to appear.
T!:?\v even refuse to do so even In a m. re
ordlnsr.ee violation They say they And
no statutes for sending a summons or
measaa? to net-sons accused and that their
duty Is to issue a warrant for their ar?
rest. There doe? not need to be any pre?
cise statute therefor."
Magistrate Walsh live? at N'o. it!? John?
son street. Brooklyn Hts salarv le ST.O'iO
a year. t\.nnf> more than he received as
Thirl Deputy Commissioner
TO PATROL 'iCE REGIONS
Government and Steamship
Companies to Divide Cost.
Iaondon, Feb. i-The British govern?
ment haa entered Into negotiations with
the principal North Atlantic steaimshlp
lines with a view to equipping a vessel
with a powerful wlreleaa Installation to
patrol the Ice regions and notify the wire?
less stations on the American coast and.
Ilnere plying in the Atlantic of the loca?
tion of Icebergs and of similar dangere.
The coat of the servie? as contemplated
la to be ahared by the government and the
INDIANA WOULD BAN POLYGAMY.
Indianapolis, Feb. 4.?An amendment to
th? Conatttutlon of the t'nlted States pro
running polygamy is sought in a Joint
resolution introduced In tne lower house
of the Indiana Lacrrlslature to-day Tbe
leglalaturea of other states are asked to
Join in the application. I
INSTITUTE NEEDS $20,000
Director Desires Funds to
Equip Two Laboratories.
If some wealthy iliimnu* of the Peo?
ple's Institute will come forward with
"*30.*"?"> he trill greatly please Professor
C. R. Richards its director, and enable
him to ?*?*juip two laboratories in the new
Hewitt Memorial Building, the hydraulics
laboratory and the motor vehicle labora?
This last named, the on**?' laboratory of
Its kind in th? world. Is designed to give
students in the electrical and mechanical
engineering courses an opportunity to
study the technique and design of motor
vehicle? of all kinds, as well as to pro?
vide Instruction along these lines. Rut no
one may hope to learn to drive a car by
|*k!ng thin course?only the technical side
of the craft will he taught.
The Hewitt Memorial Building, now
consisting of two stories and a basement.
in th? ??pinion of th? staff of Professor
Richards. Is the last word as far as mod?
ern appliances for study and experimental
work are concerned. It has a heat en?
gine laboratory, equipped with different
types of steam, oil and hot air cn-dnes,
the materials testing laboratory, with Its
massive instruments that crusli the big?
gest stee?| girders as though they were
rnatchea, and pageertM huge hlocks of
concrete under pressure of rJO.fl/0 pounels
almost in the twinkling of an eye, and.
for Its students in the electrical engineer?
ing ?ourse ther?' are forty dynamos aad !
motors of various types to experiment
Professor Mebsrda said vest,.relay one
alumnus e>f the Institute arba read la.?t
winter the appeal f.?r fund? to furnish
and dec?rala the study and raa-llBg room
in tha MW building. Which was published
exclusively in The Tribune, sent a check
for SjEOe to Professor H ?'. Enders. of the
? hemistrv department, who had the work
of ralatng the money In charge.
CASEY'S 90C. GOES, TOO
Life Here. He Wails, Is Just One
Swindle After Another.
Athen?. Penn , Is no) a hit like New Vork |
in Athens a man is sate as long a.? h??
attends to his own husln*??. hu* here In
New York life? is Just one swindle aft*?.
another, that Is. In the opinio?i of Michael
i'asev, who came here from the Pennsyl?
vania town three weeks ago. He ap?
pear???! In '-otirt veetorday as th*.' com
ptalaant agalnet Thom.,.? Reiiiv. of Ko
MB Ninth avenue, and Arthur Krohm, of
N" .y*T Ninth avenue. faaajT BBti th?
men held him ap and robbed hl:n earl}
yeetarday raeratag. Tha raea went .)?..?
i'as?'y came hete to frv ta mske a liv?
ing, and about as BOOfl a?- he got here
be met a pleasant man who "knew s.im?*1
People ?n Athens." I aeey woxe up next'
lay m a ferae] City Heapttal 111, ??' ??
minus a' gold watch and ?lfr' When be
recovered ho sent home- for more m?ine>
An'tther p-lraaBBt man taught him the
game of three-card BBOBta, and It BOtBt
Caaey tV?. He had spent all the reat of
his BMfMy, aacapt M iota, n'.?;ht bef?te
laat, and was walflnii in a hotel for
SBOUgh cash to take hlni nomc In the l
meantime while waiting f'?r the letter he
decided to fake a watk eany yesterdi;
morning. On an fcllKhth avenue corner
he met Retllr and Krol m. who he sa>s
took the 50 cents' II SBOBlted and the
men rnn. b'.t halted when a pottceaaaa
tlreel at tbem.
HELD FOR "L" WRECK
Motorman Out of Hospital Un?
able to Get $5,000 Bail.
Michael Hearn. the motorman wh >
jumped from his train when It **-*aahed
Into another on the Third avenue ele?
vated south of the J4th street stotJOB OB
Jaauary at kllUag Patrolman .'"hn M
OleaaOB and Injuring several other? wa?
discharge,; from BaOevua Hospital | ?
ter.iay and arraigned r? fore Magistrate
Herrman in tit?- Baaea Market court by
?'oroner Feinberi* Tl.*i nmiclstrntei he?ld
Hearn 1r; f,.<*?j bail to BV/att the ln?,u?'st
of the < oroner, who ?referred a teeh
nical charge of homl'lde against the aria*
OOar, Etoarn. who lives at No. ?Sai Kast ?
'.?Mtli atreet. was unable to furnlsn baii.
Soon after the BCCldeat !'? A. Hedley.
general manager of the Ir.terborough.
said that BO official version of the coi
,;sion would be made until the motorman
could be examined. At the interborough
offUes last Bight it was said no informa
ttoa .?s to tha -*elaaaa of Bean fr..m the i
hospital had DOOM tO 18)8 eofBpBB.
SPRING HAILEO IN VIRGINIA.
.NVwp.rt News, Va.. Feb. 4 ?W Id gOMa
flvlng northward, frogs cioaklnj, 'r. pond.?',
fruit trees in blossom and gre. n 1eU!?s
l?i,.l the oldest lay weather prophets in
Southern Virginia to predict that winter
fatally Is over, despite the present cold i
snap in toe Atlantic states._
mm in fe mi
Professor Bergson Says It
Means Moral Health.
CALLS FATALISM APOLOGY
French Philosopher Tells Co?
lumbia Students That Men
Thus Excuse Failures.
Professor Henri Bergson of the College
of France, gave the BBOOad of his le?;tures
on "Liberty and Spirituality'' at Hare
mever Mall, ?'olumbla University, yes?
"Will, If real, la a hMUlt) of creation."
be said, "the ability to bring something
new into the world. It doe? not act *->?
composition, as if It were putting together
a mosaic, but by a creation analogous to
that of the painter or poet. M Bergson
went on to sav that the be||a?f m deter?
minism, or the Inevitahleness of all
human even?, was the result of the
naatural ?OOtStltnUtlll of the human mind,
whi.h. having been developed through
orit.ict with matter, thought in accord
an?*e with the laws of matter, which were
those of determinism or mathematics
"Those who deny free will :-r.>tn to hseS
all the arguments on their side.'" he said
'l-anguage seems formed to express tii.r
mathematical relation between cause and
effect which 1s the negation of free will
But the Immediate Impression of common
sense Is faeeeahte tO free ?ill, and we
phould study the prnl.kiii h? rhe light of
lommon sense, something which has not
always been done In Hie past. And "com?
mon sense taa<Shea us th.it free will it
'The ancient hdi. f m gsSfrJny resulted
In large part from man's con*"ioiasiiess Sf
the obstacle? he encountered: d??stiriv
seemed a kind of weigh? which oppressed
and limited his liberty of action If ?a?
Only a st?*p from su?li a belief m one <-*
t'ie ner'easitv, the llie'dtablenes? of ever--'
S?8t I'ear, anxiety and r?*gret c-rep like
microbes Into a morally healthy being
and make him believe in destinv, for au? h
a fnifh excuses his failure.*?. Fatal'sm. ?n
short, is mans apology for failure PTs
me* well think, too. that a beHef in
dee tiny ha- liet^n sometime? accepted be?
cause If flattered men's vanities by mak?
ing them feel the agents of a power
va??er than their own
' The historians of the ia?t century hav?
?txenkened our belief In the free will o'
individuals by inculcating a t'eorv In the
ruthless necessity which controls M e his?
tory of nations, the Inevitahleness with
whi.h thejr tie forced into certain chan?
nel?.. regSrdleSB of their own ..apt. ano?;?
or the efforts of BtateSBBee who rrv ro rJJ|.
red them. Ib^re again vanity has l reared
a thOSry for its own gratification ; It h
1 ?., anter to think t h ?41 the course of our
narional history, with IH BBtStshSB and
crime? and failures, whs inevitable rarhet
than to think that w e or our fathers npotd
have changed it ^or the'hettOr Tb. re ..
Impossibilities tn history, of course, and
the a/nit?? t"ittic|on doc? nor ti'r Igalnei
them, but there Is a vast ReU of po??i
bllities open to the choice or free will of
the statesman And he cannot mere'y
choose from many postrhl'lries. ,. .-?,
create new one?. Thus the point of view
of free OUI In the .'.?-1 clopni'Mi t of IIS HUMS
is truer than that of ?Jet? rnuni-m or
neoessitv We niust b? ware, too, of . >?
fusing obstacles In hisiotv BUl '1 BOStSl
as rivers ,.r mountain or teas?with eaUSSa
which ?re. in the last analvsis. BUSMI
wills. Such conr'uslun ?on-ernit'g the ide.i
of cause is at the root Of BO? ii Of I ?
current belief Ir. determinism.
"But the fundamental fUflculty Of ?.
dersranding free will lies tleeper. Th*
human intellect was not made to define
it. but to serve it. it Is a light ?hinins
outward, illumining the obstacle?, ,i|,o.
which the will must a. t. but leaving tl*?*
will Itself in intenser tiarkne?s. Will ex?
ercises itself on matter, with the rSSUH
that intellect whose business It is to Il?
lumine will, think? In terms of matter
and not in remis of life. Let me mal.*
myself more clear. There is a profound
harmony between Intellect snd matter1
matter is the very source of necessity?if
silows nothing nnforsBfOShlS. norhinr
new. no creation; thus intellect, which
thinks in terms of matter, is unsble to
think 11 fe?to understand growth of free?
dom, which Is the essen?e of life, lnle!
ie ? can only think of life in terms ?>f
necessir. : ir has been trained on the law*
of BSOSBSity; ST, in other words, the law*
of Biathamstlns vnieh aie the law* bv
which alone action can be . ontinuous and
suc*essf :!. an?! it BBSS the habita of
thought rhB8 BegUlrSi in philosophy. The
result has been Its total inability to un?
derstand the problem of human freedom.''
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