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THE SUN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER C, 1012.
Commons to-tilcht rtru-od to make nny
.statement fop the piexent
Meanwhile Constantinople ilcHtmtchc.i
fay rtroo)M aic uril'.lni; nlniont dally
from .Aula .Minor, us me nlmi horse
nnd artillery purchiifcd In lluiiKiiiy nnd
cnnnldc ruble number of Held nnd moim.
lain Kuns and ummunlllon, which vvete
TwniRht In (Icriiinny and I'rnncc.
The TurklHli troop an- dcucrlhrd a?
tHnj; In pood condition and the. ehodcra
has horn stamped out.
GREECE MAY YET SIGN.
Opinion In 'niilnntlnoilr I'nlnK
'I'nwunl mi grci-ineiit Soon.
Special Cable lfiirh In Tnio Mr.
London. Oct;. f..--A late despatch in
1 ho Tlinri fioni Conf tiititlnoplo say In
olllclnl circle the opinion In c xprosseil
that Orecce will yd Myn the armistice,
The cortr-pondent mills'
"I Icnrn from a wet I Inforiniil mmiicc
that Nuradiinuhlan KfYcnili. the Fnr
cIkii Minister, after I.iliiin: the rea
son for (ileece'K action, added that he
vvn unahle to sn.v whither Ihcto was a
tcMnlto 1 1 1 1 hi the lliilk.in I.eiiKiio ami
that the t 'tinman and (Inch dclet-nto
were coniliiulm the potirp.irler.i and
hoped to reach an iiHieomctit. The
-Minister nlen tntd that the peace tn -Kotlatlons
would coninienee In live d.i.vs
"The Council of Minister. to-ilnv ills.
1'lis.sod the peaie terms, untidily In to
Kiml to the rallvva) .. the debt and the
rr venues of Macedonia and Albania and
the filial e status of the latter. Kcshld
Aklf, who attended the council us a rep
resentative Alti.inl.iu. ui'Keil that Tur
key roliie in lecoKnl.i Ismail Kemal
Hey'H irov Isloiinl (Jov et nnitnt In Ai
banln on the mound that he Is not In
fluential 111 Alh.iula nail Is believed to
lie the aueat of fnrelmi Powers. He
rrconimendeil the grnullm; ui auton
omy to Albania under I lie siizcruintv of
"There l .ntue reason t' believe that
the prolilem of disc ntniiKlim; tin Al
banian itiestlnn from Turl.c.vs relation
to the Triple Alliance with. an olfendlm;
'the latter Is cieutly exerclslnc Hie In
genuity of the I'otte. which naturally
desires to maintain a cnnni etloii with
the Albanian throne ihiouuli the ap
pointment as a ruler nf that cmintry
of some ICurope.ni I'rillce lint 1- re
lurtant to commit Itself to a course of
action w Mi h would posslblv lead to a
diminution nf Austrian pressure mi
OUTLINES TERMS OF PEACE.
Onp f 'iirreMiiiilent If -l 1 c (irn
Mint Heller Conic lulu I. Inc.
fiprrinl t.tf.tr t("pittrf. tn Tin n
liOS'tm.-. Dec. r,.- Ashmead Itartlctt In
ft despatch from Cnusinntlnoplo tn the
f'Hllil 'tclrmnph adheies to the claim
that under the l f ruin of the iirinMIco
the lieMrqrd Turkisli fottrese are to
he rn n dialled evi rv dav. He adiN.
'The .llllti nil v will he settled liv a
siiniile practical cxppillint The Turk
Mi ainiv at Tehataldja will tied th.
Itulcarlann from their lines, while the
tiiilcarliiMs around Adriauople will dally
hand over a dav's rations to every man.
woman and child. I presume there will
he a .-.miliar ai ian inont at Scutari.
"The pence negotiations will he con
ducted at Tihalaldja: at au rate until
the hro.ul outlines of an uiulerstanillni;
satlMiictorv tn all have been ai lived a'.
Inn I am Inclined tn think that the poor
uunileis ami the ,eveii winter vve.ulnr
W.ll -pceillly hiiliu alio 111 this linn . I
deblrod ' i onsuiniiintioii and ullnw the
ilrlrKtitrn I" distils the minor ijctnili
! In more iniiifortnhte Mirroiiiidincs J
, "Allhntish It Is denied tlial the aclutil
! term of the final Mtthlniiil have lie n
discus., d Py the di lemites ami nl.h.uiuh
nothlui; is ineutiiuud of the Hues mi
which the discussion will promd In
the armistice .lulled yesterday, I have
every reason to hrlP'e that privately
amoni; themselves the deletrateu have al
ready ncrted mi. the broad principles, nf
"I am assured that the whole vllayi t
of Adriannplp, in'iudlne the fortress
and Furl Doilpacaich. will lie lc rt in
possesMnu nf Tutke.v. Itulunrla will Im
oinpensateil by a strip nf coast I In
east nf the Istrandja Mountain" The
autonomy nf Macedonia and Albanl-i
will be settled and Salonlca will Im
com" a free porl, like Tanuler. S. rvla
and Jlnutrnesrn will nlco receive a slight
Increase in territory as a reward for
"The claims of Oreece cannot, nf
cour.ie, he setthd until she advances
to Tch.itnldja with a tvvii: of the common
olive branch, but she hnd better come
In line with the ajhes before they come
. to terms with Turkey or otherwise she
may llud herself face to face with Tur
key and be overtaken with the ml."
rniitines which she suflered In the war
of 1S07. '
optimism telcns supreme to-day In
Consiantinople The fact that Ilulnarla,
Servi.i and MontcneRro sinned the
armlstlco without Greece Is taken as
conclusive proof-that peace Is assured
because It Is a serious step to deseit
an ally In the middle of a war unless
you are sure that you can do better by
treatlm; with the enemy.
"The condition of the armistice which
provides tpnt it shall lust Just ns Imiik
ns'the pace negotiations continue is
reuanhsl as an expedient absolutely tn
prohibit any futther outbreak of Ikn
tilllles and reduce the chanctu of a nip
tin' m a minimum.
"As I left the War Office lo-nlcht nn
fifth cr said to mo: 'Wo look upon peace
with Bulgaria ns absolutely nssured.
You need not trouble yourself about fu.
Hire denllnnH with tho censor, because
you will not havo to ro to tho front
MORE TURKS CAPTURED.
Ilriiorl Sny S.OOII Who Flpil From
Monnllr Were CuiikIiI.
firr- "il Citl.lr nutpntrh to TnR c
Lovnos, Dee 4. It 1h reported lure
to-niht that the remnants of the Turk
Il' army which lied from Morusdlr lm
fr.ie i he Pervlaii'"! nfler a cns country
lo.in h Inward DedeaKalch were caught
b.v the liulwirliins on the Marltza
lilver on Saturday nnd that K.ono men
ALLIES STILL TOGETHER.
London "Tlmen" CiirrapnnilPnt lie.
nles Nlnrlr nf lllnrnptlnii,
Sirruil Valil Ueffiitrli In The Sex
Lonikin, Dec. fi. The Sotla corre
spondent of the Tlmr.1 ronllrniM the
stalt mi nts from oilier sources lli.n un
ilei the terms of the arnilsllce there Is
to I.e mi icvicluullim; of the besieged
Tuii.lsli (;ai lisons. II" sa.vs the lreek
delew.ilea In Hie niiillstico conference ti
fulfil in sluu the protocol utiles) Jutiuui
was sui renibieii, and recoKtilllon of
tlieeci s permanent ownership of the
Islands occupied by her fleet was In
rlu'dril. The Turks declined to aKree tn
ltd and tho (Sreeks withheld their pk
nulures In the absence of further In
Btrucliiui. The Greeks complained thut
Quality Never Varies
teleuratns from Athens reached them
only after loin: delays.
Il was then aKleed to pMetld the time
for their signature twenty-four hours.
The others then signed.
The Athens cm respondent of the
Vimcj says he Is Informed that the
action of the Greek delciiales In not
slKiiInu the armistice Implies no dis
agreement of Greece with her nlllrs.
Tin- action of Greece was not taken
seillshlv but for the lienclil of the
whole It.ilkan alliance since the raising
of the blockade of tin li.ird.inelles and
the cessation oC the Greek general
blockading operations would greatly
facilitate the Turks In suppllug their
fniccs with provisions and munitions.
I.ate to-night (Wednesday! olliclal
announcement was made, the corre
spondent says, that the action nf Grewe
was taken in agreement with the other
"DANGER OF WAR AVERTED."
(uile lent Mill it 1 I III c 1 1
In nsiro-erv Inn MtiiiiGnn.
il f.i.c Itf'Mlr'i In Till: Si N
I.onihin. Dec. f. A Vienna desiiatch
tn the 'ui' ''eh iinipli says:
"The Kuropean situation lemalns the
same In all particulars, ('mint vmi
lletchtold. the 1'orelen Minister, Is still
withstanding tin auger and Irritation of
tin' Austrian people and Is pursuing his
own mnder.ite policy. Itnssla too,
through Premier Kokovetseff and I'ot
een Seetetary S.izotiolf. contltmes to
suppU illOuence tn Servia to bring It
into line vv'th the Kutnpcan policy and
"1 am mure than ever convinced that
tin danger of a Kuropean war Is now
avi rted, but Sei la must still lemalti a
dlillculty for Austrli-llungary."
RUSSIA NOT INTIMIDATED.
frr I rtsvn ririniiri In ltrilv In
lirriiiiiii hnnrillnrM mmmIi.
ir 'i I ill-le f-t (tV. to Till Sin
Sr Pr-mism-iiu, Dec. I In conunentln
St. I'i:ti:i!mo mi. De( . I In commenting
mi the lecent speech of Dr von lieth-
m.inn-Hoilvveg lii the German Itelchs-
tag the Itusslan preM takes the view
that "the rattling of the German svvnrd"
was dlscmmted b.v the Chancellor's res
ervations concerning tin clrcumstnnce
under which Germany would supxirt
Alistila by force of arms
Tho .Yoroe r('iiju s.ijs In referring
to the Austrian acquisition, nf lln-ma
anil I Iit.c goviitn .
"History icpeals Itself, but It is mil so
easy now to force ltii-st.ni dlplomaiy
into n falnUlieai ted , retru.it. , Such In
i. . 'Jil i.- .' i il i.1" 7 I.
prudence' ilcmaniN the lmrtdl.iTi' with-
ilrawal of the ast Jlussian deposits li
Tlie Itftrli urges that the UtlsMnn j
public slumld be enlighleni'd about the :
attttuiip of the (Invernmeiit It com
lilalns about the suppfised vir.ws of Rus
sian diplomacy leaking out by way of
Merlin. This, the paper says, Is causing
nervousness In Hussla.
FOOD FOR ADRIAN0PLE.
lirsl i'ralo l.enves for Me-leueil I II.
Is ilie lteiorl,
iccifit feWc .c.r.1'"' 'i Tiif St .
dispatih to the
'i in 1... iiieln
Cn..n. i . t .w...t
says u is iiuinoriiaiiv eiy annuunceit'
that the first train with revictualllng
Mimnies leu i onsiaiuinopie uus eve
nlng for Adriauople.
iTURKEY TO BUY A CRUISER.
Willi Vrgeiitlne ft i n l.
in Hie ItelMirl.
,cril t ,ic ccwlc, In TlIK M
Constvntinoi'I.i:, Dec. A - It Is re.
portul that the Turkish Mlnistir of
Marine s negotiating with the Argen
tine flepubllc for the tmrchase of .1
NO NEWS OF INDIANS' GIFT.
Ilrillsli (in, eminent lvnos Nnllilnu
nf Wnrshlp Itiioior.
lu Tim Si .
Lo.siio.N Dec A. The
effsct that several Indian prln.s.s 1....1
......... it-.. ..im ' j'l' ' iii ne'
Imperial navy with three superdnail-
noughts pud nine armored cruisers was
the subject of a iiientlon In the House
of Cotnuions to-night when the Govern-
ment was nsked whether or mil triere
was any truth In the report.
AVInstnn Churchill, Klrst Lord of the
Admiralty, said In reply thnt the Ails
mlralty hnd received no such offer nnd
had no Information as to negotiations
on the subject
You know best how much you can afford to pay for
your clothes; why not come here and see how much
your "limit" commands. Nothing that is not stylish
thoroughly reliable, of course.
tliut are convincing,
IS DEAD IN PARIS
Vork Sofioty Woman Had
l.on sr llci'ii 111 From
I.I V Kl) MOSTLY ON YACHT
She Hail IJcon Knti-rtainril
Ifoyalfy anil Also Was
Sivciitl ( ,x,lr )cwci .i Tar. Si
IMUS, Deo. t. - Ml". Hubert Goelet
died at her Paris home. If! Avenue
il'leiia, early to-day of heart trouble
brought on by the tumor with which she
kid been sulferliig for sonic mouths.
Mrs. Ihyclct's Illness was reported luM
Aiigu-t, a mmith after sin had enter
tained the Crown Princess of Germany
obiMid her yacht, the Niilima. Itoherl
Walton Goelet, Mrs. Goelet's son, sailed
from New Vol It to Join his mother at
Southampton on August II. The
.N'ahuui, with Mrs. Goelet and her sou
aboard, went to Havre and up the Seine
ii Ducliilr. whete repairs were made.
It was found necessary to have further
repairs made to the yacht before It
should go on nn extended cru!s Mrs,
Goelet therefore went to Paris and the
yacht returned to Southampton
After reaching her Paris home Mrs.
Goelet was attended by specialists and It
vva reported a few days afterward that
her condition was Improving. Tho Im
provement, however. Was short lived
and soon her condition began to grow
The bodv will be taken back to N'.nv
"i ork for burial.
Mrs llobeit Gnelet was Henrietta
Loui-e Waiien. the eldest (litlghtcr of
George Henry Warren, a large real c-tatp
owner, who at the time ol Mrs Goelet's
hiith lived at .V.'O Fifth iivenue Mrs
Gnelnl slx'lit her early hfo at her miner's
New Vork home anil at their villa at
Newport She was educated at olio of
the laidiionnlilo girl-' schools, went
abroad for two years to Is "linished"
ami made her debut in ts;i
She was tJien deserils'd as ".i t 1 1 1 ami
slender girl of It. a perfect blonile. with
legular toitures. lilue gr.iv eves and a
profusion of golden hair 4 In lTii she
married llobert (xelet .mil fora time thev
lived In the old Goelet miuislon at Nine'
teenth street anil llroailwav Lilei
llobert and Ogileu Gimlet limit house,
on It fill avenue, llolxirt Goeiet's Ising
on the sniithe.ist corner of Korty-eighth
.street ami I'ifth avenue
Two children were born to Mrs Goelet,
llo.itriee, who died when she wuh 17 vears
old. and Hols. it Walton Gilei During
Mr Godot's lifK the family spent a ureal
deal of. time cruNing on Mr Goelet's
i yacht, tho Ntihma 'I he vacht. designed
I liy George L Watson and built on the
CK'rl,. Ill IMl? uvimil ll. it ti
I tin'e.t alhrnt ' Mr Gin-let was a mcmlicr
nl iirinv loieigu yacht cIiiIk and (he
I N'ahina was the centre of soeiil gnyeiv
"nerever sue put in n pmt Mug
l-dwaid when I'nnif of Wales was at one
time a guest on lioaid.
It was while the yacht was Iviuc in tho
Inrliorof Naples on April 27. IMKi. that Mr
Gisiet dleil Two years U-fore his hrother,
Ogilcn Gimlet, had clnsl nn iavird Iih
yacht , the Miiyllnwer win In sin was iving
at ('owes The Mayflnvveraud the Namn.i
were built by the ttiiu. Imilders from de
signs made by W'ltsno and were almost
sister ships The Miiiiilaiity in the deaths
of the hint hetsiiiecasintied th.ueh enminenl.
It had been Kols'it Goeiet's habit to
live lor weeUt, on boiriMho Nuhioa and
liny I nis le.mi .viis iineiet Inllnwisl t lie
bid w.iv-t. Hnder her liimlvand'M will
h'pro'i'od mi aiiniiii v nf .nu.ooii and as
I exectitri and trustee .she received I'.'Vi.so:!
I1" commissions during the admlnlstr,i-
Hon and final settlement of tho estate
Mrs Gis'let never was called Mrs Henri
etta LoiiIm Gisiet after her husbind's
death She asserted her claim as head
of the family by Insisting, so it was) said,
on Imilig called Mrs Goelet ami reipiesteil
the mnna'rs of the Metropolitan Opera
House to -. print her nailio on the list of
bo holdi is
1'iitil her diuglilf-r died snddeiilv on
I'elinnirv II. I'tc.'. Mrs Gimlet did a greit
deal ol entert itii ng II her New Vork .Hid
Nevvpnit resldenis's as well as on the
Nihm.i Tin G-'rimn Kuipf'ror wis Mrs
(In. let's glel during Die Kiel nil OS nlle
vear and .Mrs Gnolct was enlei lamed al
l illchenii on the mipeiial vacht llnheii-
.oiiein Mler per it iiiginer sile.ith Mr
I '''"'let riiired from nf live .social life for a
I is'ri'sl. ''HI spent lnoie time tlnn
. ever on inn rv
ever on the. S'nluna
ii,.,i,, ..r i,. -i. ,i... v-..i
Mrs. Goolm arrived nt He entrance' to tie
I fci riln? it. II., a mi, I ii, in li. ,.l r..r ..-...!,.
" ' .''.l''. ."I --i IIIIS-IUH
to puss through tn I'mistanlinople. Two
! small saluting
canrions on the vacht
, excited tho suspicion
officials and tmrmision was refused until
I they sjiould have time to make an ox-
ii.i-.-Miiiiiii.iii in niniie't uii" wie'iijer
ir not the vacht was a war vessel !(
took the 'Pinkish oINcials forty-eight
I hours to deeidn that the Nahina did not
inienii in isitnnarii i onsiaiitinople and In
the meantime Mis Gnelet had apimnlcil
to the Cniled Slates Consul, Hut Ixdore
lie could act word of tho affair reached
the Sultan, who made Turkish odlcials
high ami low apologize nnd cciisi-d to I hi
conferred upon Mrs. Goelet tho Grand
Older of tho Cheefeltnl.
Tho Ihronw. studio "Almi Mater."
that sliuid.s on the granite ledge Imfore
tho library liulldiug nt Columbia Cni
vorsity was presented to tho university
in lien liy Mrs Goelet In memory or her
Mrs. Goelet had nlannerl I n if leu ii
I.I IK 'ft on the Iligllt of Decemller 111 f...
I., l.i.,1. I...... ,ii i. ... i i. ."..".' I
J or .i...
i iiifiiiien llllieuuiie
0ving to tho death of Mrs. Goelet. i
plans ror the wnidini; of her niece MjsU
'o"f-t"u.cn Warren to Die t nun) Guv (n
' ,m7 "tvV "T" ' nHliKel III
iv.-iaf.,.. win . .L.. ..I " J?:
... ..... ...,. .,...,,,, ,. .iMiuigiii ,
tlio home or tin bride s nireuts, .Nlr and .icfi l aMr linncli to Tan Srv
Mrs George Henry Warren. 012 I'ifth I Lonikin. Dec. .V-The I'nlonlst papers
avenue, on December III. anil there wllt'tidx on. ml 111. fti-iiie ntti.tilli.ti I.. .1 i...
bo no riceptlon as hail been plantinl and
. in 1, w,n- i,,,i ii-ifiiii.e mere win
iiiiiinsiiaieiv aner inn ceremony Count
do l.isteyrii) and his lirido win leave for
&Ctfsmr - iMQ,eC!ntU -
Shail-colUr Overcoats, I
in both Jinx nnd
Honil Street model"; '.
$'J0 to $55,
HIGH PRICES FOR TAPESTRIES.
Some liolirlln MaRlrrplrcra anil II lire
furniture Sold In Purl.
Special CabU llttmtrh In Tnr Scfi,
I Pahib, Dec. 4. The Bale of rare old
J furniture nnd tapestries of Count Per-
rlero was concluded to-day. The most
aumireu or an tin: articles uisposeii 01,
because It wan In nn perfect condition
HH when iniidii for Louis, XV'., wuh a
Hultc of furniture covered with nnclent
Aubusson tapestry. It wim Hold for
$l2,fi00. Four I mi Is XV. armchairs
covered with Aubusson tapestry sold
for $4,600. A fancy hall clock of the
time of the regency, very richly deco
rated with chiselled bronze, fetched
$9,000. The fuce of the clock beam the
stamp of .lullen le Koy of the Soclcti
den Arts. It Is surmounted by nn ulle
gorlcnl group of two figures symboliz
A very line cabinet of the period of
Louis XV., with Inlaid work of satin
wood and bearing the stamp of the
master ehonlst Leonard Kuudln, sold
for $:"00, .
A Gobelin tapestry by Audran, dated
1 73S. representing "The Dream of Ln
mon" ntul nlso known under the title of
"The Itetrothit" fetched $ll,'.'0O.
A tapestry by Henolt Audran, "Chine
Saves Daphne by the Sound of Her
Kittle." supposedly of the time of tho
regency, brought O.tiJO. This repro
duces exactly In counterpart tho en
graving nf Henolt Audran after Phil
ippe d'OrlcntiH nnd Is also culled "The
Another tapestry by Audran. "T;ie
Old San Phlletas explains to Daphne
that Love lias Appeared In Ills Gar
den." brought $3,100.
Another tapestry, representing the
wedding feast of Daphne und Chloe.
RUPTURE IN REICHSTAG.
Inilierlnl t linncellnr tlaekeil
l.emlpr nf Cnllinlles
5(icrinf rublr PmphIci lo Tns Srv
Hkhli.v. Dec. 4 -There Is n rupture
lu the relations between Dr. vnu Iteth-maiin-Hollvvcg,
the Imperial Chancel
lor, and the Catholic Centre, which Is
part of the Government bloc.
Dr. Spahn, the Catholic leader, this
afternoon lu the Itelchstag nttneked
the recent decision of the Kederal
Council In reference to the nntl-.tesult
laws as intolerable Interference with
civil ami religious freidmn. "I 'uilel
these circumstances," he said, "we I'an
not hnve thnt confidence in the Chan
cellor and the Kederal Council which
will Insure that the requirements of
Catholics In Hip German Imiplre will
be Justly treated at their hands and
our conduct will be governed accord
ingly." (Vianrollor von Itethmann-llollweg
denied that the action of the Kederal
Council was aggressive or reactionary.
He warned the Centre against making
the Jesuit tpifstlon the keynote of their
IHillllcal programme. Forty million
German Protestants, the Chancellor de
clared, were unllPil In opposition to the
CZAREVITCH MAY BE CRIPPLE.
I neerlnln Whether He Will Kvrr
Iteunln I r nf Ilia I. en.
Sprrml Ciilc tifpatrh In Tnr. Si
LoNOON, Dec .i.- A St. Petersburg
despatch to the Dally lufl says the
(V-irevitch Is stilt coiitlned lo his bed at
i'sarskoi-Selo Cnstb nnd 11 dncloi Is In
niitltin.'il iiltenihint e. An npiarfitiis for
the support of the bov's left thigh and
leg Is being made for the Journey to
Gagry, on tho Illack Sea. where the
doctors insist that he must go. It Is
uncertain ns yet whether the young
Crown Prince will ever tocover the use
of the leg
The Czarevitch Is particularly at
tached lo Dr. Dorevenka, one of his
physicians. This name happens to be
also that of his sailor bodyguard, of
w houi he Is very loud.
The ('..'ir and Czarln.i did not belie
tin fact that the lllnesH of the boy was
grave for some time and were not con
vinced until Dr Kcderoff, a "specialist,
saw the young Pi hue ill the castle al
ITALIANS RATIFY TREATY.
I I With Turkey iln I oeil In I'nr-
llittiienl liv 1'rcinlcr.
tpertiil t'nble IU"pntrl. In Tub Sis
Home. Dec. I --The treaty of pence
between Italy and Turkey was rnllfled
by P.irll.iment tn-dny by a vote of U.ir.
Premier Glfdltil when he nrose lo
speak on the treiijy vves acclaimed by
the whole House except the Soslallsts
lie explained the advantages of the
Treaty and empluisl.ed the Increased
prestige of Italy, which, he said, had
acfitili'pd a place among the great Ku
ropean Powers. He said that Italy
was not hound to prevent the Reran
Islands from being occupied by Greece
since that eventuality was not contem
plated when the treaty was signed, as
the war In the Balkans was not fore
seen. In case a conference of the Powers
on 1 he new situation in .the llalknns was
held, however. Italy would see to It Hint
the lights of these Islanders were safe-
IS ASQUITH TO RETIRE?
Mtery In llrlllsli Premier's I Iter-
marl; of Premier Asipilth's. In the House
of Commons last night, when In re
plying (o a-question as to whether the
.Minister representing Ireland nt West
minster under the home rule hill would
be In the Cabinet, said: "I cannot bind
succeeding Governments, but so far .11
I 11m concerned U dare say 1 shall have
nothing to do with It) and so far ns
I can spent; for my friends, I certainly
think he ought to bine Cabinet rank."
The papers speculate as to whether
the words In parenthesis Indicate the
Premier's personal retirement before
long In tho belief that home rule Ir
too far distant to concern him, or that
he thinks the CnlonlstH will surely be
In power when tho hill becomes a law.
FLASHKS 1IIOM Tilt: VMILK.
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It Is stsirrt ,
LONDON Flrt Lnnl nt the Admiralty
Wlnrton Chuirhlll unnnunreil tn Ihf llnum
nf (.'iiinmnns that pprnmlly it. prr
rnt. la iihout to be ddfd tn thn ry both
nf offlrfr nil men In th HrllUh nvr.
Th tout amount! to $!,ti,3t. it I th
ftnt Incrtai In naval pay In fifty ytara.
On Wet Streets I
TTiey Do pre
and you 'don't
have to hother.
DURER FOLIO BRINGS $205.
j l 1,'J.Kl Itenllreil In Three Dnjs
Sale nt Snllielij's, l.nnilnn.
Iireial I'alile Prtixitci to Tnr. Sun
London, Dec. 4. At the third day of
the sale nt Sothcrhy's to-day of valu
able books and manuscripts, a folio by
Durer "Kpltome In dlvie parthenlces
N'arln Hlstnrlam nb Alberto Durer
Norlco per Klcnrrus dlgeslnm cum Versl
bii nnnels Clielldonnll" with twenty
line large wood cut's, sold for $20.'. The
total rciills'.cd by the three days mile was
other articles sold and the prices
realized wero ns follows:
Washington lrving's "Old Chrlstmiu,"
nnd "Hrncehrldge Hall." two volume",
llrst editions. $7.f0. Charles Dickens'
sketches by "lioz." new edition, $l.,"0.
Kew of the Dlckenslan.i sold realized
other price were: W. Hlalie's "De
signs to a serifs nf ballads'' written by
W. Ilaylcy. $ln."i; Hlake's "Illustrations
of the Hnok of .lob," In twenty-one
plates Jin,"i, "The Ituhalyal of Omar
Khav.vam." rendered Into Kngllsh verse
by IMivurd Kitzgerald. plates by Hllhu
Vedder, printed at Huston, Mass., $10,
Albert Diner's "Pnsskin of Jesus
Chrld," twelve large engravings on
wood, with Latin text on back, 1511,
BARON GRAVES WINS SUIT.
lnr VtinriU lllin IflU.nilll noil Coals
In Hull .ntlit llrlnllvr.
Spmiil I'nhtr Unhitch tn Tnr Si v.
Lonikin. Dec. I. The libel suit
brought by llaron Graves against his
relative Lord Galloway for statement"!
In regard to a Yukon mine venture
made by the latter was concludes! to
ifay. the Jury awarding lord Graves
$2.r.00 and costs.
At Hip opening of the trial to-day
Lord Galloway explained that all his
accusations of bad faith agalnnt Huron
Graves In connection with the mine luid
been withdrawn. He had not suggested
that llaron Graves had made wilfulmls
r presentations lo Cnpt. Kyers, tho
nephew of Lord Galloway, who In
vested In the mine and became bank
rupt, but that the baron vhmlld have
told ("jipt Kyers the bad hs well ni the
good news about the mine.
Adams Exoress Comnanv Am.;m. c
Forbids Diplomats Marrylnpr
Abroad, Distrusting Such
Wives in State Secrets.
MSMAUCK JHJLE REVIVED
Uotli Former nnd Tresent (Jer
ninn Ambnsswlors Here
Special CabU Jc'pHtoA lo Tnr. Sr.s
Hkklin, Dec. 4. Chancellor von Beth-munn-Hollvveg
has issued nn order for
bidding members of the diplomatic corps
to wed women of foreign nationalities
for thu renrun, It Is understood, 'that
marriages of this kind hnve a tendency
to nllovv a leaknge of Germany's diplo
matic secrets. German diplomatists, who
disobey the Injunction will be regarded
as having resigned.
Prince Ulsmarck put a slmllnr ban on
the marriage of diplomatists with for
eigners, but the prohlbltlv'o regulation
was not observed after his death. Uls
marck held to the theory that It a
German really loved his wlfo he might
confide to her secrets that belonged to
the Government nnd the wife might
accidentally or Intentionally repeat them
to willing turs that might ie them lo
Prlnco von Huelotv, tho former Im
perial' Chancellor, married Princess
Maria Heccailelll dl Uolognu of Italy,
The late Huron Speck von Sternburg,
Ambussador to the I'nlttd States, mar
ried Lillian Mny Lnnghnm or Louisville.
Thp wife of Count Jnhunn llelnrlch von
Iternstnrff, the present Geim.'gi Am
bassador nt Washington, wns .Jeanne
Liickemeyer of New York.
Wasiiinoton, Dec. 4. Washington so
ciety began to buzz to-day soon after
new'H despatches had reached here from
Merlin to the effect thnt Chuncellnr von
ltethnuinn-HolluTg hnd announced
that he would enforce the old Ulsmarck
rulo dropping1 from the service any
German diplomat who married n foreign
The Get man K.mbnssy ha long fur
nished popular bachelors to the social
circles of Washington. There were un
til recently three women of American
birth drawing pensions from the Ger
man Government as widows of German
Ambassadors. These were Mjirnness
V011 Sternberg, widow of the former
Anibnssartor to Washington; Harijnesx
Von Kettler, whnsp husband lost his life
In the Hojcer troubles In China while
Minister to China, nnd Maroness Von
Sedwltz. widow of the German Am
t)H.,,nior to Austria, who died a short
1 time ago.
Among other women of Washington
and the social circles of other cities
who have married German diplomats
are Countess von Goelzen, wife of tho
former Governor of German South Af
rica; Countess nn Mriienlng, who
wns Mrs. Gordon McKay of Hoston and
Washington, nnd who married the
Count whpn he was llrst secretary of
the German Kmbassy at Constanti
nople; Mine, von Hrcdovv, formerly
Frances New land, daughter of the Sen
ator from Nevada; the young wife of
Lieut. Wnldemnr Leopold von llrrdow,
who wns military attache of the Tlni
bassy here, and who died In her adopted
country In 1908.
Miss Hardline of Detroit was mar
ried to Count Montgolns. third secre
tary of the Kmhnssy here In 1 10U. and
Instly Mme. von Stumm, the young
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