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A d:?patch to the Hnvas Agency fror
date of Friday, state
Ireeh ? haasber of 1
? ? i work on Monday with
? 'he Usual Speech from the throne
, ? - . ?ieeiara
ai ri u n 11
! phoe, Deputy fron
overnor of ?rete, ni oh
t or thi
A d sp?ten from M Ian to th<
* of six
? hich on
eaday last bombarded Poru
aport on th?
? barrncks p.nd rail?
way - .? ' ? and de
that i tacking vessels
? cruiser PiemoutO
Turk [rating along
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Consul Pictures Nation's
Last Stand Against Cold,
Hunger and Foe.
POET AND HERO
America Asked to Suspend Judg?
ment Only Hope Is for
Honor, Not Life.
? rro'i laat staad s -t han?
M and nn overwhelming enemy.
I ; i fully antiquated arms
:.\- been cast off by Its more for
.- bora, ?as pictured yester?
day by Cap? i ? \ \ ladimir Befere
nsul In N? ? York, in answer
. the r.ut um had
. ?? ' , ? tral P< '.ifrs.
itorj b) C?ptala Seferuvtteli
a chapter from the history
. .. sti aggies of the A'
roloi I England- 1
; ers aro clad in uniforms that are
i and repatehed, their arms BSV?
leless, tndj tr.eir powder of the
king variety that dil
their position to the tire of the
1 i r wives hnd children are
v . ? ? intail
at the mercy of savage tribes of Al
': an ai -. the r l ereditarj < ' ' miea,
? the Moiiteiirgrin official's plea
? ? do in ;:-o Interest
i ' an3 of tv i I aropoan war sufferer-:
erei tfore. He hopes to save the hon? r
? trymen, not their liven. All
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? truth of ? preaeal
Dfl may re-ich America. Then, he
t will b? pros ed I ?
aged King, who now is at the head of
h - i rmy of suffering saldiere, s ?
hero among heroes, and not a tl
Five Hundred Years of Struggle.
Captain Beferoviteh tells of the five
hund? ? f struggle against the
?r; wars and,
of the beginning of the present War,
.?? .? natioo'l army was sore?
ly deplel " les,
"Whin hostilities again=t Austria
beg - gal ? rod all our strength and
' ing men from eighteen to sixty years,"
said i ferovitch, "Oar artil
i? ry '.vas old and of small calibre, used
blnck . - a".i evi n much of 1
n such a state that it was ab
aranCO of the soldiers wns
such us to arouse a feeling of pity on
the part of anybody who loosed at
them. Uniforms wore of every )
and kind nnd hardly enough i
cloth to hold it together.
"A fortnig] i after the declaration of
war agi h -; Austria there was no flour
any of the little mar?
kets of Montenegro. I know instances
? four days.
? bread. Bread has
the cry of Montenegrin people for
In fact, the mother country,
hai ?? bread to Montrnei:r<
e of pencO because the land was
[i Is a barren
Present Their Display of
Marvels of Paris Wonder?
land and a fitting tribute
to the supremacy of
French creative ability
in feminine accessories.
Selected Peltl made up to our us?
ually high standard at very great
reductions from original prices.
Fifth Ave. at 52d St.
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PLAYS PIANO AS CALK HOCKS VESSEL.
Miss Marjory Hast, htroitM o? sea, loothea frightenod passongor? with
music n- linor N?w Yuri: danaea in Ftiirm.
country and offers little apportai
fir raiaiag food.
Wfcj They Want Scutari.
"1 ' '.)?? V. Titer.i t;r-n
having Scutari, and if 'ley lost m
lives in taking it the second time, i
.'ar, itself ii economic!
?? ore dc - I able than the r<
and becas i
We enn. In spite oi \ - aei'i-'
and warahi] itl I
the All uch no*
;"oo,| and wai
"lis MaJ< sty, King S
soldier and a port, ?? '?
the age of eev<
He lias foughl many a bat?
ilm ii nt
aro d riding our sufferings witr i
brethren, the Serbians, and we i
is they havi - :
.1 men in the v.
: ? ? ? ed thron
m ,,? t h? .-i 01 ei of surfer
are " mo l
ins are cove
iw, ai the ai ?ape of th<
pie i - ?
to rot in the harbi
rather than take them to our starvi
loua. '1 ho hai bor
... md it ii
tot ; : v rest ol mo e thai
anchor outside the barbar. Maree*
no ship may remain th< i
danger of attack by 1 oatile a<
"I hope that by 'hi? '.".?? the \X?i
ienn eat le ai In possession of i
truth. The Montenegrin people *
, -ray the Allies, and
tlier die than ? un i dor.
"The cry for bread leaches me
oft'-n that it woul 1 make i ? I aw
heart a< be. B .it . b< se mi
try, and i
kind strike harder, and are more pal
ful -.han the blow- of the enemy."
GOLD TRAVELLED 16 YEA]
Sack of I'reclous Dust Trailed C?j
aignee to Twenty Addresses.
Watertown, K. v., Jan. '?2. Aft
travelling for thousands of miles di
ing sixteen years, a pack of fold dt
mailed in ISM ?as today delivered
i : topher Lalone, of Potedam.
The gold had been trailing I slfl
for years, but, wherever It was sei
Lalone WM always Jttat ahead of it.
The go'l dust started at Dawa
i ';., i- ka, being sent by Kr*:
Wirea, Mr. Lalone's eoa-ia-law. it w
part of the first treasure taker, from
mine which young Wlrei diacover
v ?? prospecting) and which later m
ted him a fortune.
The fir-t address nttac1 ?
sack was Seheneetady, where
?..s living. Mefore it arrived, ho\
ever, I.ale'.? bad left tl: Il f '\, ar
after a few months the gold ah? fc:
im ,. to Dawaon ? ?ty, Wirea, tl
sender, was far from civilization, an
claimed, tho each lay in the Dawae
i i l r,y
friend Of Hues that Lalone Wai i
Terre Haute, Ind. 1. ? packa|
wa ? lent, bul again too lato. Sine
then It has travoll? I to
Southern California ai lo Alai
ka, until ftnallj 1.alone \v: - located I
Potsdam, Three tagi, I ? twenl
addresses, WON attached to the lack.
U. S. REJECTS CENSUS
RETURNS OF NEW YORH
Will Hase Ratos and Per Capita!
on Federal Fiyjun-s.
Secretary of State Francis M.. Ruga'i
cer-.s'is received anutlier jolt ye.-leid.ij
when n wai announced that the i d
eral Census llureau has refused to us<
tho oficial figures of 'lie State of New
Yoik in its computatioaa Trie an?
nouncement ?a-- made by Health Com?
missioner Kmersun, who liad previously
eriticiaed the census taken by Secretary
Hago, Dr. Baeereea has racotvcsl a Ut?
ter from Samuel L. Rogers, director of
the Census Department of Congress,
"After a very careful consideration
of the itatementa and other ene
tions made under state a.ispl,,
Census Mue.'.,; has dl e dad tl it it v. :!'
compute estimates of population baaed
QB01 the Federal censu?. s of |fl r |
and that such estimates ?hall be
used la a", computations for rates and
ix r r?pitas. Ko state enumeration will
be accepted -i- an oficial census by the
CCI sus bureau."
GALE CHURNS SEA
WHILE GIRL PLAYS
,\\i.-s Mast's Music Soothes th?
Passengers OH New York, Toy
df SO-Mile Storm.
After weathering an eighty-mile gab
that ripped away lia of her lifeboats
tin? American liner New York arrivei
fnim Liverpool, two dayi
11 i iti rns reached its height earlj
Monday morning. For two days paseen
u-ers wer? kept in a state of tem?
Immense waves knocked anf
! o 11 ded the ship from her course. Ser
era' times the ship lurched M degree?
even keel, according to the cap
Passenger? were protected by th.
doors; officers had the hridg?
rail t.. bold to as they wallowed in tn<
vavea, but the crew had to catch us
catch-can. Boatswain A. J. HeMly, ir
faatenlng a loose lashing of a lifeboat
! til the lifeboat taken from ander him
n grabbed the rope and held on until
'th? ship lurched hack, swinging hirr
In the saloon Miss Marjory Hasl
helped to allay the fears of the passen
g?ra by playing th? piano Her cool
1 ??..!. dnei and disregard for the ship's
ai tobal .c stunts won th? prats? of (hi
officers. Bh? was accompanied by her
father, Wi lian Hast, who bus come to
th? United S';*'? lo predooa severo!
... m l ? .1 h eomedies.
a J. Betl Lit itenonl Oovorojof of
? t ;-i e m a, and W, 0. ' lonnnt, ol
Tarrytown, two Kor?l peace eruaaders,
?rere among the passenger?. Henry
i ohn, I Oermnn, who ?as released from
a detention camp in England to make
- hoi th? United Btetee, also
a a i on board
MRS. MOHR, WORN OUT,
SURE OF FREEDOM
State Will Rest Monday -
I iwyer Hiits Surprise.
?n?; T- ?JHOS t.. flu T-.lu-i? I
Providence, J.m. It, Mr-?. Blisobetl
;?. Mehr, ehnrgod with conspiring with
tharged negro servant? te mur?
der hi r husbond, Dr. C. Frar-alin
| te night that she was sure
th? jury would not bring In a verdict
Mrs, Mohr, as a result of .In Ige
di i ..'i let to hold court on
ii lay, ipenl the day rooting, she
woi n snd a "i riod at the end
icond wee of her ?rial, after
' 'ling to many witnesses whoee too?
: y v.a? for 'be most part agoinst
tfter cuiirt adjourned, Priday \V? 1 -
?im il. le- . I foi Cecil Victor
Irown, having requested more time
o rend the artielei of If tea Stev neon,
Beaton new papei ?reman, hurried
.y in a taxicub a? the rail rood ite
. later, I en .< Intimated that he
d found Mme nOO evidence and that
li fence would spring a big ?ur
rh? Mohr jurymen were taken to a
' tat re to-night, us ?he
5 of '?M Btot? i h?- performera
il om i b foi? the first num
.eni : ? he murder trial.
i hi? morning the jurors were taken
a tup of inspection through the
-. ; i
Th? ? ? Cen? ral s'nted to-n rht
? i Bteta mid roat it? case Mon
1' suing argument for the
nee will i rob tbly be mad? Mon
! ? ? lefenee. Attorney
rerald stated to night, will be rem?
and the i l-e
Will p:. b tbl . go to the jurv a '.mbk
Monday. Mr. Pitsgeral ! agote
'? I that Mr.'. Mohr would not
take the ??and.
HINDUS FROM U.S.
Immigration Bill Bars
Brown and Yellow Races,
MEASURE AIMS BLOW
AT JAPANESE LABOR
Propose? Increased Head Tax
and Penalties Vigorous De?
bate Expected in House.
Washington) Jaa. 82. Drastic re?
strictions weald be thrown aboui the
Immigration of lapaneeo late the
United Stales, and both Hindus und
Chinese virtually would be barrad
from the Country, by n provision that
has been written int?. the Immigration
bill, to be reported to the Utilise lie\t
week by the Immigration Committee
The new featnrei relating to immi
granta from Japan would have tn?ir
moat farreaehing effeet, in the o
poeta tien of committee members, In
shuttinji off effectually the influx of
Japanese. era, whose romp? I lion
with American labor in the Pacific
stale? has Housed a pronounced anti
As agreed upon tentatively by the
eomra ttee the eaeluaion lection of ihe
1 ill lacladas a paragraph barring
"Hindus, and ?H persons of the Ml '?
golian or fellow race, and the Mur,
or Brown, raee." Before a report is
made to the Henee, baweeer, a era?
pose i q aal i float ion probable will be
added, providing Oat there shaii be
KUch saemptions a.< may be set forth
in any existing agrvOBtCBta, as to pass?
port a, or by treatiea, conventions, or '
agreements li.ut may hereafter be en
For several >ears ri'presenta ives
from the Pacific st.,tes have been flght
lag for legtalatiei te escinde Japa?
nese, (hi?ese ami Hindu lat)or. Two
years ano, after a storm) debate, the
House Immigration Committee agreed
ordei t to burden the iund
Ing general Immigration measure with
an Asiatic exclusion issue, there
thould be a separat* excluaiaa bill rhe
meaaura lat.r was dropped, however,
at the nggest on of State Department
oficiala, ano bed thai It weald seri
oaaly complicate negotiations with
Japan over tho Calil i ia alien land
Exclusion of Ch nese and Japanese
ItudontS, basins s men, travellers and
certain other exeopted els ici II not
enticipate I i of the eomrait
tee. but the hill is expected to pul n I
le;-ai farm and amplify an informal
srreemerit entered into i iht yean ago
by Been tary of Btat ? B< >< n
Japs i sa Ambast ? ? der which
Japai ' ' ' ? '
Japanese laborers emigraiiag to tiie
WAR STEEL BOUND
BY BRITISH PACT
Two Concerns Pledged Not to
Sell Allies' Foes Any Ierro
Bridgeport,( onn.,Jan. 22. Two local
concerns, manufacturers of steel, have
been required to sie;n agreomenti I ?'
tiiey will not export to any < nemy of
Creut Britain nor to any count i> not
allied with her in the war without giv
lag notice to the British Consul in Mow
The American Tube and Stan
loin, imy and the Crane Valve Com?
pany are directly affected by the agree?
ment, which only applies to concerns
aaiag ferro manganese In the manu?
facture of their producta, Thil mate?
rial Is directly controlled by the Bril
i-h. who Can Itep It s .shipment at will.
'l be agreomenti
"We hereby undertake not to ernort
from the United states, except to the
United Kingdom, ' anada, France, Italy
j or Fas da, ' ?? el or steel
products In the manufacture or
fer; o manganea? ha ? b< en en p?o
i "We further under! ike to | re notice
to i..n Britan c ma i ty's Ponoul Oca?
eral at New Yerh of any ihipments of
it? ' 11 ? ? i ' product - manu?
facture of which ferro manga n to has
Ibeen use,! to ar-. fi ??? pi .d itination
olaewhi re II ' pe at i inda."
? c. I?. B. M Her, pi lent of the
American Tub? and B in p ".? Cora| any.
said to-nicht that v.!,Me the ter
the s^r cment had been it fore.- "er
some tim< they had recently been made
more rigid ?he eompai les to wh >-h
they ap; ly are now required to turn sh
guaranteei from each of their cus?
ARREST MAN AT ALTAR
Prle?t and Se?.w>n Overpass Of Midnight
intruder in Holy Trinity.
In a tussle on th< ehai tel Boor bo?
fore the i ??h altar of Holf P I ty
Chareh, West Eighty-second Street,
rear Amsterdam Avenae, I.-, her .lohn
J. MeCoi :. r. and h
M?her, downed ? man named F?> ek
Murphy and sat on him until thi , got
i ? a iton from down the aave of
?he church had seen a hadowy form
?lit aero is the chaaeel and iteal : ? an
the aisle h.'i encounUred the priest,
who directed the ?estai to aid hl i In
nn attack on the midnight vll 'or.
They cm ot un be1 ? d pillar and
jounced on the Inti ider aa, : ng
to b?ir statement, he was Ashing for
the aim? in the peorbei
In night court tho man sad he ami
t'atrirk Murphy, 163 v. ? : _ ; '.,,-?
IF. wai k l.i by Mi - ?? te l?roehl on
i ?? evidence of bis cantor?, in his
poesesaion were two bent hat) its,
which he is luppaeed to have used as
To Those Who Want Electric Light in Their Homes
and To Those Who Are Paying Too Much For H How?
We have e??ciire<l th? American rights of th? fam"tn Prisi?n t'nlt System of Enfriar. 1 for
II*:.'. Bl i I.er
?' '? Kinematic plant by ?ahl.-h you f?tn-r*te few current In jour ?WB hem* ?t
Ik?? er..--th!r1 the ihnrff-s ef public lighting -;-."- OutflU Of it
i? ?? ?atlretr ?smrJaotod !"??? ad reutiifo an <?: ^.r.r er ?v^n esperto
(?? -.??.'. liarts In ?urcSisf .! -?.?rut! m for thre? r??r? taftilflfelaf l!|ht an-t j" wer
?te th? r o rr.pl et? lighting et s ?m . . -ewn
'i h in um s? -tern I? makhw ">? I ?ola tea ilectne llghi ?i I pewei , anl papular an.i i?
r-p : : i .- all a* sw ofn?>? ?ni ??? a ptOM in a. t ral ocaneaiMrotleu
Bruston Automatic Electric Lighting & Power Co., Inc.,
,126 LIBERTY STREET, NEW YORK CITY, film grosses ???-i
?34th Street?New York
Extraordinary Sale Monday
475 Women's and Misses'
Evening and Party Dresse
To Fe Closed Out
Women'? and Misses' Attractive Dresses of Embroidered
Taffeta, QfOrgette Crepe, Black Silk Nets, Satin Striped
Marquisette. Plain, Figured and Colored Nets; also satin
and lace combinations. Pi?al Price deduction
Mth Street?New York
Women's and Misses' Tailored Cloth Suits
Women's and Misses' Fur Trimmed Suits
Women's and Misses' Velvet Suits
Women's and Misses' Street Dresses
Women's and Misses' Afternoon Dresses
Women's High Cost Evening (iowns
Women's and /Misses' Practical Cloth Coats
Women's and Misses' Tur Trimmed Coats
Women's and Misses' Evening Wraps
Women's r ur Coats and I urs
Women's Shoes and Slippers
(iirls' Winter Coats
furls' Cloth and Wash Dresses
Will Plate on Special Sale Monday
1,800 Pairs Women's Washable Gloves
2 clasp Washable Cham?
oisette QIOVCS, with self,
black or two tone embroid?
1 clasp Imported Washable 2 clasp White Trench KiJ
Capeskin Glove?, PXM and Olotes, full Plqiss sewn,
Pique sewn, with self and lour row BSCkg, ??liaran?
contrasting backs. teed ?washable.
Women's and Misses' Suits?to ciose Out
Women's tailored and dressy Suits of Broadcloth, Whipcord and
Other materials; some iur trimmed. Reduced to
Women's and Misses' Coats?t?cie?eout
Of Broadcloth, Qabardlne, Checks, Tweeds, Cheviot, Wool Velour
ami Plush; main fur trimmed. deduced to
15.00 20.00 25.00
Special and Exceptional ?deductions
Women's Hudson e^l Coats?To Close out
Hudson Seal Coats, in fashionable straight-line mod?
els, brocaded silk lining, 40 inches Ion;,-;. Reduced to
Trimmed Hudson Seal Coats; flare model; natural
skunk or self-collar; 42 inches long. Redeced to "s%W
Trimmed Hudson Seal Coats; collar, cuits and border ? *-?? no
of natural skunk; 45 inches Ion-.:. Reduced to lo35eUU
Trimmed Hudson Sea! Coat S ; French loose model, full
sweep; collar and border of skunk. Reduced to
Direct particular attention to
Women's New Spring Millinery
?Smart Trimmed Huts for Immediate Wernr,
Unusually attractive models of straw and silk combinations, also
Hats trimmed with high bows of ribbon,
fruits, flowers and wings?
I 5.CO ??? ,;rw,r,i
Women's New Spring Boots
We direct special attention to four new models |
in button and lace boots of imported kidskin, in ? o ?)Q
pearl gray and sand; cut extra hi^h; litfht
welted soles and Louis XV. heels.
Spec/?/?Women's (iaiters ( Spats) of superior quality white Broadcloth.
G Button ...1.45 8 Button ...2.00