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THE SUN, MONDAY, JANUARY 6, 1913.
I .Hid ( )nl
I uiK- ( Wwz U) KniU'css.Wliirli
niic-iion Still Kcintiins
EXTPA suave wen ;ipnoitu-
t'.Sf.lSSl''i cd Purenrs of
W'hiU to Hi-Ma
r .s Mi iioiis a to
NI'W YllllK .sole UmM
SURVIVORS OF SHIP
CRASH ARRIVE HERE
Mia In if TIhim' nimmI W hi'ii
l.iH'kculiiirli Sunk Tell
UTIIKHS lll NO ("H N( i;
(i MNsT I'uWT.l's
,111 Ill'll'UlllO Sll Tlll,
ir I'ivs-ciI tin IVrtr
Ft .,vo., rti Tui
,ii t ' Thot w HI ii It i ler
I ' I tiecotlntiolls Iinr It
II .I" tl'O ll'Slllt (if
' ' .. peace llelomtlos nil
II". ! I'lli- citllpulcu IS
i' iim Hint- of t tic pi'itce
id. i on drawn nnil
l- tilled In s. . The
, ' iiny wul nf
,,f A.Irl.ii pic "
i n il. tiMttil w Iiii I:i
1 . '.ill -it na. lull i lns"l
' . ivh mmo .it 'in tilt'
I", ipotetltllll ICS tVlll ,111
I ' lie Is i tllpliatlc
i ' there will he ii" renewal
m i in- -si Hint it will I'"
i, Imi c.iliiliu: Ik ovt r tliat
i,.,ili 1' ft 111 llii' dispute
i -Miiil't mil i'f III" al
- t'il writer, will have
w l "f HutMpeaii Turkev.
w.l s'.rely tr 1 Ctcte In
v . l-t .-llii' the uHi'sHioU
'I'.ii Ui- .- null ml" inward
' i- i'.i luri-il. I- suhmlssh o
i tt.i i : diets Hint nt lhr
ii'M.iw iilti'i niinii ln titto-
i i. 1 ' i Ui I it detailed 1 e
t I ll lit nf I) e allii'S.
i.i i!c i if dcni'ind III r-
Inn limy appeal hi th"
! ! I! i . Ki.i-.iit i!iuids
ii ; ti,' 111 Without prt'Ju-
T.tK.sh liuhts if ih. Powers
' '.": - In their illspn-itl.
I.I I Xdl lallnpl" till- Writer
:i . i i 'I tli.it the Turks lll
i '. will niter :i new frontier
th ,i t nf the former pro-
- n..t ( utiiro tn pnilict.
I I." W ill follow Wlll'll til"
ueriiv will, re jt i t any
' . u II not m th' ti:
7; A3 ACCUSE THE POWERS.
KiI'-m-Ii. tin- Chi iMtltin villaccs tiiniind
!!' I.Uti'f place Iiiiiik iiNo ceded to 111"
uUlct I 'lirtlicl nmri'. Mi-rlild nfli'H'il tn
liiivc ll-" TlltUMi fnitllli'iilliiiis of
Atll l,inoil" illinilMii'il
'I'It T'iiI,iIi ("iililni't lirlil n loni! i"
kiii to il;i t us i Miii In-inn nin1 nf
III" .Mllil-li is (. iiui.lril ;ih .i i 1 1 tl-.il
tffit.iiil nf TliiKi'. In i rili- .ilri.iiiiiili
nnil tlic lUciii IhI.iiiiIi to (lit- iillliM
ns uiiiiltinililc . tl r t:t ii t 1 u il".
( In red. M.is piiii'ly Ttil'IdMi It wsis
I'nntiil to tlio (ittotniin Ktnplrn ly trn
illtlnns nf M'Utlmctit nnil lilKtnr.i nnil
tlif I'nrto unillil intliof ii'tn-u Hi" ,ir
tliiiu iil'iuiiliiti It.
TntiM'.v. ilri'lnnil thl .Minister, liml
iiltc'iih4 iirncttcnlly c did 11 nf Its m!
r,ni('ii'.in x ll.'ij ct.s ntnl it miiiIi1 ! Muti
let rl'u' In I ulllttmi) fur tin- .illl"S to ;isU
T'i" nici'Mnc ,is I,, lit nt tin. r s.-(I"ihn-
nf ijninil Vlji.ir Klnmll l'.i.h,i
ItiM. id nf 'In l'ii"lc liri.nl-r 111" 111 , id
nf M!lll-tll ! Hot i't Till' tn nnr
if ' l p h'jn.it"ii, whUli mi." Imth In
i lri ul.iti.in for ,i d,i or Hi". I- urminil-
SlriiHHT Went Down
iiml (liilv Mimi mi
fn.' ih ii
1 1 n t
' Tn, .
' i.-m in
1 .1" ll
PREPARE FOR CANAL OPENING.
ntiti tllt'rliM ll rnimll'lr I'.lltt't'l In
llfiip lllc d I, IttllUCA.
pr it r(jt,!r he-vttr'i Til'" v
I'lSAMt .Intl. .' The ciniiltlinx to the
Mllltll .lie lllllillv ptei,ilinc to tilKe ;n.
vntitim" nf tli" prn-.p"ri IV" npenini; of
the I'.iiiiinin I'.mnt I'lnl" liit." niiltr"d
Si'imr Air.ti'ln. In r (nnytil-( ienenil .Hid
I'll.ll J" d'Alf.lllf " to tlic (".llial 'nil", tn
s.lll for llntne to-ninl'l nn lltld In i nlisiilt
lth tli" niilliniiti' s nt V'iilparnii'o as to
uh.lt iiimii Hliinild 1'" in.ide liy that
I'nlintiy to lake ndvantni:" nf th" npt ll
Inc of Hie EH'Ilt i.iti'lMt- The dlpln-mnti'-t
will ! mine fifir inontlis
The Chilian I io ti ntiieiit has nlo
i'iiillll'-.'inncil formrr 1'Iirldenl Uien
anil "i-Minl meinhers nf ('iinm." tn
make a npnrt ! the ( Inverntnent rela-tt-e
m port ltnirn ctiieiits and tnutles
f ''nininerie and I'.a viL'.umn lth th"
I'mtnl Static inelihntal to tin- opetilin;
of the (.m.il. ( m-tni; tn the familiarity
nf Seimr AuMiin with the i-nnditlons
h"ie in lonnn'tinii ll h the c'ut.il open
ina It is piemmeil he h,i been calleil
home tn I'hlle on a i-porul mi.-.-inn to
m l in an adi-nry fap.u'lty to till- rom
' . ! i:
.mi n t"! v I pi nit, d In
h low s illli'olli eal,.,!
I'tH ale o the I'nwi r.s
1 1 nit i 111:1 1 ( I il of the
pinnuM'fl h, fore Ihe
nn matter w hat h.ip
peiinit no i-haime in
N'e el thfle.s.s. withnnt
h.'inue of linllcy they
! deinnml- nf the allies.
IK th" i'"Cotialons did
t.i ! IhcM- i liilm ..i.s
lipliill'iat. .iltlliHIL'll Ihe
piai tli ally evi . thluc
iis',.i ' Tht'- " i-ays
1 .di,ls i ii In . 1 1 It (s
, i l.tlle I'dime nf limit
i I it Hi.- allies ah maiKK
" si ti riiatlnn.il M.-.me A
.'!. ail tlie I. -II Hut ' he
li.i uj a u.ir If he del
'I nun eMend to I'aris
wo'.'il ini'.'.i'Ks mo-t of
..li'iliiin.ilile U iim i ih.il
i' t.iuiiil that pre-uie he pni
is ainni- io ield TI is l
.il'otninable h"ii we hae
vii in mine than h.i len
1 1 file- nf fiur i nixhn t '
i Ylzaml. "the Powers
pi'evntatmn.s m t he
'" i I i in into a more on-
'I The ptnpnvnw ivhti'li
' (I I'V Ihe I'fiWetft. am
i He di."honoralile We
ii a .ntetiil to Mihmlt
" - i nii'iniied the TurM.sh
Mi I" I i orif Iderini; otilv
i iKvent the general war
now otteilv illsi ecu 1 1-
- w lili ll V. ''I ltie'lal,y ho
i UK e.il s !em e 1 1 Is 'i
iv that ui aie lountlnK
'f the I'oHtl.s. AVn ear
' ai e ho Innc us ,t Is
'rlie t.'ims now pldpo.sed
"ial 1 The mri erider (if
now would mean another
l' wimld menu the end of
i n.ipe i would mean thu
r T'lMiy to iiimmlt national
l' r that a t'eiieial war may
' iti'M are Koint; to drive
r end she will die Kame.
' u.d will not surrender
i! the allies hy ihen un
'' 'I' tnands olie ns to resumn
'" 'titire responslhlllty for
'li.fi.isiidl and the other rnm-e-'
"I on tlium."
PWrt-: STANDS ITS GROUND.
" Ml 11 Mill in r. It
hi (..id A io Jill Sr
f 1 m i i.. Jan fi - All the lu
ii . ii nn he obtained In ofllelnl
rs In Mnlltiu that the
- i d the last vnrd In reply
'i't at I'll of I ho iiIIIch Aclrl.i
' -i.i lids in the tinea n Sea
1 " urii nden d, a''i'oidlii Io
' 'Io'imIi. een If Ihe I'olM'IH
i MnlLis-adois at London
iiaihiin .s'lnie.-i in their di-
d Hun liei'hid I'ahlia. the lend-
ih it cute at the London
' ai Sunil.ts iiinde a private
' i i n a ei fslon of the
,n I TnnJa as Turkey h
ii ltd i he nnrttirrn
e . ii ward of Kirk
VENEZUELAN CABINET SETTLED.
some of 'I hiif In thr OrlKtmil lln
im i' it u linp'ttt '. tn Tnr s.
i ai:' a" in .n. !a. .Ian ." - I're-i'len'
Home ha" r cnn."'.lt uted the prn !wmil
t'alilii"! uIih li was appointed hen
I'lprini." i'.i-tio was nustui from 'he
hciil ol t.ie Adtnim.-tratlon A numhei
of the nieinhits of the original Mtnii-tr.
Hie In the new hiidv As aiinmili(-t d
to-day. the ( '.ib.n-t 1" n follnr
St i letiii of th" Interior - Chin Zu
meta. S.-cretaiy of I'oielcn Afmit - Ih .lo-e
."-'eiretary of I'lnnni" l)i. Itoinan
Secretars nf War Den. Victoilnn
Secretary of I"omnto- Pedro Kmlho
I'ust t illli'el rrederlclt . Hunt of the
American tramp steamship .Inll.i l.uck
eiibat'h. lamtnetl nnd sunk on Siiiiirday
in a fun In rhes.'ipeiiU" May by Ihe
lllltih fitmhter Indfiikiiiil.i. arfiied
with flUllt otlll'l men id the l.lllUell
bai h bv the i iil linmlnloii liner ll.tiiiil
tou. In last eetilnu from Not folk Tloy
lili' all oiitiy and litm nun. but wi le
Hell Worn b thclt evpoiletue In the
tlmrlim of the l.uikenbach
Supt liutler of the l.iii'Uenhach com
pany and 'npt William .1 ('otinell.
former commander of the lot ship, nut
the survivors and look them to the
ollhe of Wallace. Hutler S. Itrown tn
Kle let htilt ill testimony for the marine
undetwrlters and eililetice tor the l.uck
elibat h's owik rs In a suil aKaltist Ihe
ow in nt of the Indrakiuil.i
I'trst titlltei Hunt, who i silll under
in ami iilm was on the h.ittlchlp Mnlue
win n she w.ii- bluwti up and tlrst ship
wrecked win ll he wii- a child and came
nshote laMittl to a spar vlth his father,
n Yankee skipper, on the Virginia coast,
was broken up hv his latest experience
and his urn f for his lo-t coiuinaniler,
('apt II A liilbrrt. nnil the ciiptnln's
wife lie fniinil hlin-elf unable to
herentU answer (inenlnns about the
wtecl. l'lnallv he hh pellllltted tn tell
hm yarn in his own wa. Ks-entially It
"We sunk In a minute after o w. re
strtii k h th- Urltlh ship The whole
fnrvaid put of the l.uckeiih.ich .is
under v.iter hefoie those in their betths
below tl'Mks cnuld cet "lit ll was Im
possible tn launch a hnat The blnw
was ton sudden Tb" spot where
vent down vns shallnw and the upper
part nf the masts and rlunlnus wt re out
of Wilier nflet -lie . II It'll
"All on deck wtie plumied Into the
h. iv aftei we wer' hit I drifted into
the port Minimis and climbed up i the
ship ".ink and had to t limb fast. I sav
the captain only a few seconds lie
as swImmliiK iitound I never saw
Ills vtfe. who was III Ihe cabin The
captain was with me on the brldce
"Th" ship's t ni peiiter was ahead nf me
In the shrouds and was the tlrst In the
topmast rlGKlnc Third Assistant Kn
clne.r Itoth seized the lopiilm; lift of
the main I m and tiled to to the
iluclni: I threw him a line repeatedly.
hut h uld not cntth it as he vas
hurl, and he was Inst.
" 11 nf us Him wetn in the ilCKlni;
kept hnlleiliiL- 1 saw a sailor who was
swimmliiK mak" a crab at the funnel
just a. the cuys carried nva and he
disappeared We kept jiip a creat hol
lerlnc and presently the Danish frelcht
steain-hip l't nns h anl.i hove in slcht.
"The foe bad lifted anil wind and
s.i I. ml ris-ii Sh" et a -Icnal iiiean
Inc. '! ok foi vawr Hut she ill. I not
know we t re in the tlCKhu I asked
if atisboih hud a li.ttiuk'Ti hlef ntnl th"
i. Mpeiit'r l 'l: m.t a blc bandanna
We p,isd Ibis to tin. second nut", whit
was further aloft than inn nf us, and
lie waved it The I', nnsv Ivanln went
lo the windward nf us and -ent down
"It had i nm nn er old and the
; wind was Inch. After th IVnns lvanlu
spied us she blew h"f vhl.-tle The sea
was cettlnc hen, lei and htuvler and It
vas hnid to hold on Most of the men
vie without shirts ami .-lines and the
s.illor had no trousers, cm n the iloth
Inc they wore was in tatters.
"Twice the hunt of tin- !' nnsvl anU
RAILROAD WORKS FOR SAFETY.
I'pihk l ii ii I it Mni'ts i) air ill Whip
I iiiiiiiiilun nf lidiienllon.
lillllo.'ld safeIN tllltVClnenl Is lie.
Ini! .inili rlalii ii b the I'etinsyli milii
ll.illroail. coopetatltm with olhct Hues
ill the L.tstel'll terrllor 'I'he I'ellll
si U aula has for some time been ecrt
inc elforls to Inert use Ihe safet of
lrael mid einplo.v tnenl on Its inlb
( IVef l,.1iln people lltlrlltled a 101111
s.lliaiita llallio.nl safely rally In Tien
Intl. N" .1 . eiillv 111 December. Lectures
llltiMiuli d with phntoctaphs, lantern
slides ami lahles of statistics vveio clven
In ineliibeis of Ihe ru III nail's safety
The I'ctiiisvlv.inia N orK.inl.Inc open
"Safety I'lrM" meetliiCM to he held in AI
ttmna. Wilmlticton, Wllllamsporl, I'ilt.s
hiirc. Washington and other division
points and has Invited nil the ralltoads
runtime Into those cllles to cooperate.
At the meetlllCS ill Allium. I mid lllll
fislmrc, it Is expected that In addi
tion to the practical talks to be clW'ii by
i mployces nf the dlffeieiit railroads, and
In ll i. lilcluirds, chairman of the
cetlerill s.lfely cnnmiittee nf the I'hlcilKfi
ntnl N'nrthwestefii ILlllrii.ul, there will
be slum ntldtes-fs by snme of the rail
clrt'iilar ailvertllnu the ltonna
met'tlnc says Y("l will tie enlellallleil
Units worth antiieihlnc Vein will culti
Inrnriiiatlnti fur vmir own protivtlun
that's vorih more I'nr the cotnetilenoe
of etnplovees deslrlnc to nttend this
ineetlni!. special trains will he run. or
additional facilities provided on recil
lar trains The purpose of this meetlus
i. to advance th" rinse of safety. Do
your part "
MAN WITH CONFESSION FIRED,
Inn, Truer lukra ellott ffrr fall-
Inu to lirl llrtnll.
lIxnntMifRii. I'a Jan. 5. t'.ipt. John
' Delatiey. State I'lictory Inspeotoi.
who iinuoiinotsl I'rlday that lie had i
deathbed confession of John II. San
derson, who furnished the State t'apltol.
to-nlcht was summarily dismissed from
olliie by Cliiv. Tcimr. The nnnaunce
ment that he had dismissed Delatiey
came finm the (loxernor with this state
ment: "I do not intend to tetaln 'iipl De
latiey In his present position or ap
point him to .ni other pisltlon in this
administration If he has any lnfoi
mation which should b" made public
and vshich he holds because of Ills po.
sltion, I want to relieve him nf Hint em
(!o Teller called .Mr Del.iney to lite
Executive Mansion and requested In
formation of him tis to the oonfi-slon
of Sanderson, which Delaney had de
clared Implicated snme prominent men
in the ?:t.iiOi).ii(in Capltnl theft.
After his illschaice Delaney said
' It Is unfortunate In manv respe,-is
that the Hovernor took snap Jtiilcni'-nt
without clvlnc me an opportunity n re
slcn II" cave nn Intimation of lur in
tentli'tl action, althoiich I ciiv Vim
e-ery opportunity to do n
SAID TO BE SOLD
TriUD.fVr of (iHiifr
From (hi- First
SerriM.uv of Public Work Pr A ! drift' d below us. Her men lowed up
,ronll lacain and mi" tlu-w the painter tn us.
Secretary of liistructlon Pr i.pn I I re.u bed down with tin font ntnl picked
This oinpl' te
The Secrt;r.rv nf
lC.'.iHni. I A Vivas
the ('.(binet of een
I" provided b tin i onstuu.
ilovernmnt I" Dr
VERA CRUZ AWAITS ROCHETTE.
VlleHeil SMliiillef its lelcnn l lll
rii (hii'I lip Htlradllril.
,;,i ml ' it'-'f PrMKitr', to Tlir. Si s
I'm. is. Jan. ti A tlespatcli from eia
I'l'i.. tn th" IKin states that 1 lent I
liiuliette. the man wimted for swlndlliu;
l-'rem htuen nut of Mo uoo.uot). will ai
rive here on TtiesiUy
.Meantime the I'rench ilovernnient
has tall'd together leailinc interna
i tonal juilsts to examine the iiuestloii
as to whether the extradition of P.o
rhett" fiom Mt'Nicn is possible. This
i ommlssion has ctcn the opinion that
It Is possible under precedence in case.i
,u IM.r. and I I but if a lumor that
Km tielle litis In i nine n mil iirallyeil
Mi xu an cltlen is true It lu linpifisllile
In hl lnc him bai k here tn pern- Ills
M itteta i
CHINA WANTS RECOGNITION.
tiiltatlun lilnnil I'lninipil ltntpr
iieal In I . .
1r,nl 1'iililf ItftmlcK to TllK Sl.s
Lunihin, Jan. ii. A IVkln despntch to
the tiailn Trlcnrnph says the ncltatlon
In favor of Ihe rccou-nlllon of the Chi
nes" ri ptihllc Ih likely shortly Io leaih
enormous dimensions, a monster ap
peal Io the pi ople of Hie t'nlted Stales
Ih bunc planned and n declaiutlon will
be MiiiKht from friendly Powers nlllnip
Inc the statement thnt nothlni; Iiilh Imp
poiieil to chanK'' r limit fhlnce soior
GERMANS EAT DOG MEAT.
snme lit litnrniils bere 'llilo It Ibf
llnll Men I s,,,.
Hkiu.is Doc. L'h. Tile eatlnc of doc
ment ihioiiclioui (iermaiiy is riiiidl on
Hin increase Althiiuch Hilf Increase i
due In ll KH'.-it Illca.Hlire lo the lllch curt
of llvlnc. It seems that In .Hiivuiy the
poorer people have neitllicd thu Insle
for "man's most faithful friend" This
State lend." all others in (ieriuany in
At riioninltn lliero are numerous res
la urants where only doc meat Is sold and
ll ih indicated im don niont on the menu,
fn Huh se'llun hIho them Is n Hiiper
stition iiml Hie fftl of t'i" 'ns hm r.nmr
tlilPK I" do with curlnu pulmonary
It up and the second tu.it" took it and
mad" 1' fast tn th" topmast and back--t.t
We how a line to the men in the
boat and tiny c.iucht it und dracced us
one bv nne from the iicclnc thrnuch
the -eas to the boat We wtie all tx-hau-ted
I ftiw throe men i:o down In
an etlort to cet tnio the rtccl'.iT I sup
pose thi taptalns wfe tei in th"
FIl 'E MORE ARE RESCUED.
I nrirnk naln'a Htntils lleneurd Tli ent
fler l.tieUpnliMeli SnnU.
fUl. I MOM'. Jan .'. When Ihe revenue
i Utter Apaihe leached Ihe disabled
s!enm r Imlraluiala on Diamond Marsh,
In Chesapeake Hay, It vas learned that
Ihe more of the new of the Julia Luck-
enbach hat. h' t'ii sa veil. The.e had been
pliked up h the boats of the lndrn
kiiala ufti r the collLslon This leaves
the number nf lost at fourteen
AccordiiiK to th- lnc of the lndrn
kalala. the lifeboat" plckud up all the
mi n nf the Luckt'iihai h that cnutd bn
found. Tint lndrakuula wa.s then
! in hed
AciorillliK to the men picked up. the
wife of I'apt. Hiheit tiled in his arms
In the pilot housn of th ship as It
Th" (illbeit children. Phyllis. 15 yoats
old. and John, 1- years, are anaitlnc
nihil ok from relatives In Knclund.
I-'riends ate rarlnc for them.
SHIPS REPORT HURRICANE.
IHunnllo Wntpa Wnah llet'La nnil
I'ansp I, unit f)eln".
Th" stoamorn ICsi)eran!i.t, llnfnl.i and
Prlnu William I . which arrived last
nlcht from West Indian porto, nnd the
Meamer St Ctothard. from London, all
reported liavlnc been tin ouch a horri.
cane within tho paitt f"i days.
c.ipi Harth nf the llafnin savs Hint
on last I'rlilay he, had his ship hovo to
for twenty houis. nnd the wind drove.
CiKimtle waves over the veaiol Thti
St. ihilhard look twonty-nliie daj'H lo
cotno from London, a run which ho
slioulil have made In olcliioen days. Sue
t esslvo cnles wcio eneountorod, hut tho
wins! was that of l-'riil.i)
CZAREVITCH IN MENTONE.
rrle With Dnelor nnil llitilt unnrtl
In Mienil Wittier.
fip'rittt fiibtf lhn?ntrl to Tnr Srx
.Mf.vtosk Jan n. The Cy.n ovltcli nr
rh'od inro7nl'n horn lo tl,i with Ids
doctor and bo n puard h i-nond the
TI I I I I I I I I I IT
-ike mnrniiic dew,
C'arstatr Kve is crateful
and refreshmc. And like it,
ton, it is pine and titi.ulul-
tetated. l or over 124 years
it has preserved its rcputa
tion as pure,
as its quality
and aged in wood.
Bottled with num
bered labelt "mo
you can tell. "
I fraut djniiata
TO VICTOR HERBERT
Aumislu Tlioinns Prcsiilos nml
IMlTCts t It 0 CllOI'lls of
IMUJK ON. SAVS CO.MPOSF.IJ
Broadway nt 34th Street
beginning this morning
Sale of Men's Suits
composed of garments which have
been produced exclusively by the
Saks tailoring organization this sea
son, and embracing a great collec
tion of models, fabrics and colorings.
$28 $30 $33 $35
$38 $40 and $45
Wc have nothing more to say
Tlion IIp llciiis From Mr
Mil rlli n M. Ciiiiliciin 'I'll ii t
Hp's a (iooil l.ooUinu' .Mini.
Aucustus Thntuas prosiiled nt the
dinner civen last nlclit at I leltnone n s
to Victor ll"lbell b the Sot It t nf j
Amertcnn luainati-ts and " Cnmim-ers i
nn the oeca-ion of Its twetil. -tlt"t I'll t li -
Thr ll ut rl this mornlnc mw Hidt
tli" Pirsi National Hank intoi. ts have
tr.iusferteil their control nt Ihe Chase
NatloiiHi Hank, which tln lTrst Na-
tlnnal Hank h"ld thtiuich the I'lrst Se
curity Companv, to a .svndicate heailed
by n director of the Chase National.
In connection with this Information.
the U'nrM expresses the opinion that
the ii, insier heralds the end of the
priicilcn of the control of one hunk by
mother nnd uttribtites the nctloti of tho
I'lrst National's officers to the Influence
ot tho Inve.stlc.illon bv tho Ptijo com-
The Mor contlnue.s thai (Jpoibo K.
Hakei chitirnuin of tho hoard of director-
of the I'lrst National, has been
suh niKtl tn appear before the I'uln
iinmilttee and is expected to take ihe
stand some time this week
The U nrW as that Mr (taker dt -
bled the truth nf the stnry nf a trans-
r nf the cnntiol of the Chase National
and thai A ll.irlon llephurn, rhulrman
of the hoard of the cnase Natlonul suld
llmt thnre hail bt on no such transfer
that he know of. iiddlnc that If theto
lllitl been on" imnle it wus very recently.
The H'oiW elves as us authority for
us announcement a director ol the First
National Hank und of the I'lrst Security
imp.iny. ho withheld his name but
ln admitted that n block of stock in
the Chase National stilllclontly larco to
carry control had chanced bunds, and a
director In the Chuse National Hunk,
who said thai he was the purchaser.
The story continues that tho block,
hoticht by tint one man, has been dis
tributed amonc stveral business asso
The MiKCi'Htinn I" made that the con
ti'ol of the stock ts not so far from Its
recent owners that It ennnot ho broucht
hack If occasion should arise.
ARRESTED WITH OPIUM.
day It was attended In 1 1 members
nf the sitcletv who tame with th' ir own
wives, and went all Ihe w.i fiom
hultres de Cotult" to ( offoe with lb"
same enthusiasm 'hat they in corded
Mr Herbert when it cini" tmi" tn .-pt.ik
present in tin
J. I c Cl.nl.
Standard Oil with a
the publicity wa.s
John Vnrrla nf Now York TaUrii In
S. KitA.M'isro, Jan. 5. John MorrK
wliii says he left Now York with Hrldclo
Webber, nnd Hnhort Sobold. worn nr
rested here tn-day for hnvlnc opium In
their rooms. Tho detective who tracked
Hiein down and arrested them had his
suspicions amused hy hearlnc scraps of
their conversation In a rostnurnnt.
Neither would sny nnythlnc hut Mor
ris nccordlnc to Dotootlvo la Place,
made offers of larco sums of money If
ho would turn hint loose. Ho paid he,
had cnino from Now York nnd that was
tho way It always wrm done there.
MAROONED ON LONELY ROCK.
el v fatuous pet -oils
honor to Ml I lei belt
publicity aciil ol the !
levers" Ihicllsh oil
present, bill t'Vetl )
with this handicap clltnp"''" until be I
cHiiCht nf Mi" llhl.i Johnson Ynunc.
Mrs Kate Jordan Vermlhe John Philip
Sous.i. Marshall P Wilder, Mrs k.hp
Uoucl.iK Wlccin. IMtar Selwsn. Mrs ,
Marc.uet Maxo Selw.Mi. .Inhu W Alex
alitl"! Mrs Martha Motion '"iili-tui.
Ml-.- Ilachel Clothfts. t'li.ule- Klein
and Miss i ', i-ililuie p.onnei
If a lepurter took a peek .ml'' M'
Chllke'.s anil, h" ( (Ulld ,ll"(l -'' iltle
ltn-enfeld. Itol Cooper Mt'crue Mi"
I'mtll.i lleattltit Kriinner Mrs Mai'
Hitler Meilitnld. Norui'iii Mat Klnn. II.
Ch.mnlnc Pnllmk. Ii.inhl I'mlini.tn,
Arthur Voectlln Ju-cpti Hrnnl.s, Alfred
Theie were also Mrs Herbert and
Mis" Htliel lleibert. sltlluc will. Mr
TIioiiihs alunc-itl" th" husband nf ,.n-
and the father nf the nlhet
Tm dinner started at T i.VI it .n t'.
ovenlni: and as Mr. Thmuas innkoti oi.i 1
Ih" happy fate" ilmnilnc the tahlt h"
decided In let the cue.sls be liapps -lone
a.i possible So In- didn't -t.irt the I
spenklnc until ue.iilv lit .iiloik, and
Ihen there was a i ush from tln -e uhu
wantetl to tin ttlhllte lo Ml Hethcrt
that nearly swept him from the table
i 'f all the eacer brlcht faces becmc
to he allowed to speak, Mr Tliotua- j
selected only ten or eleven These.
both men and women, plhd ompli-
lllentH (111 the lilli.'lil shoulders nf the j
Sliest of the evenlnc until they becan
to sac, and the listeners wasted eunuch
cuffaws nr clcch's. accordlnc to an, j
nrmiy io esianusn a ii.inurui nr cnm.
dies for lone Hrnadwnv runs
"He Is an Irishman born, etlinaied In
Uermunv to speak the I'rench lancu.wre
und has written music In lie playi d hv
Italians," (Alii Mr Tlinm.is In Introdiu ins
Mr. Jleiliert. "HesUles that he Is a regu
lar fellow, could anv one bo mote pnpii
lar? "I don't want tn start any trouble for
Victor when he cet-1 home, but h shines
more nt a tac party than he would
here. Hut he told me before that aft' r
dinner speaklnc was nothluc to fear
that .success In sp-aklnc depends nn sin- 1
cerll., so I know that In whit he says
lo you ho will he successful. '
Mr. lleibert lllteneil hunsilf to Kini
l.rar for th" tributes hn hail icit.iod
from Mr. Thomas.
Horn tm, I will endure.'
Big sale today of .fc
Men's Sweater Coats
193. ...... .54.00 values 229 $7.50 value
453 $5.00 values 47 $9.00 values
43 $6.50 values 35 $12.00 values
i .Wake no mistake about it, this is the sveatcr event
of the New Year. We went to the mill for these
sweater?. We always jo to the mill, for that matter,
but this time it was no ordinary routine requirement
that took u there. The maker himself sent for us
and asked us to make a bid for his entire surplus
stock of fine sweaters that sell all the way from
$a to $12 apiece. We went, we saw, wc purchased!
C There are just 1,000 sweaters in all. They come
from a maker who makes only sweaters of the high
est grade, and who never turned out anvthing inferior
to a four-dollar garment in his life. Livery garment
in the lot is perfect- -made right made scrviccably
- made for several winters of hard wear. And wc
bought the whole outfit at the biggest reduction this
maker ever fell for since be has been in business.
' These sweater coats are made of fine worsted, and
of all v eM in cardigan and heavy shaker knit effects.
The assortment includes roujh necks, auto necks,
nnd V necks, and they arc obtainable in white, tan,
maroon, and snappy mixture effects. The values
arc without question the biggest ever offered In Man
hattan. You need a sweater for motoring, golfing
or walking this Winter, and since you can get one
in this sale for 0.1)") that would otherwise cost from
4.00 to 12.00, now is the time to get it.
BIG PRUSSIAN BIRTH RATE.
I'npnlHIInn I ncreaal lie. 1 hllo I'.lsr
Mlirrc There Is Dintliiiilltiii.
IlBRUS. 1"C. Accordlnu lo Mutl-
tlts lust published Prussia still holds
the lead as ihe muntry In Uurope where
h" pnpuhitlntl shows Hie cieatest In
ttease, althnuch the Increase is not as
ureat as In former eurs.
"If we leave lisiilo Herllu mi Its
suburbs." says one inacazlne In com
mentlnc on tho subject. "It will bo no
ticed that In tho .province of custom
Prussia th" population of l'.0i4, 1 T," in
habitant" has Incre.i.s d onlv l.i".". per
cent, while In Pomeranla. whom the
population I" l.TlO.Ol'l, Hit re Is an In
crease of 1 !"t per cent. Hut thu at
traction which a larco city, particularly
a capital, bus for thn country people
auses the Increase In population In
llerltll and Its suburbs tn be Greatly
"In the oatfrn part nf flermuny,
I wher the Slav races, which are prollflt .
Juru found, the Jmroasu of population
Is not ns cront as formerly."
1 Snlt7.orl.inJ, like Herniany. pi rail
dear!.' for the cneral movement ihr
I p. ptilntlon from the count! v dlstrloti
toward tho cities. The canions which
I how tho prealest Increase m hno
which ure Industrial centres, in nis
connection It l.s Interestlnc to not tiit
I accordlnc to ihe last Sw.ss t enuis
' lliele l.s In that conntiN a ni'it'i
creator proportion of wotin n than men.
i7.532 extra women to he exnet. iilei
Is considerable when the total populu
tlon nf .1.705,00" is oonsldei e,l.
The prnvlnres nf Austrla-Ilunsats
where tho population has shown th
crontest lncreu-o are tlmn nf lowt'
Austria, l.strl.i, Trieste ami the sui -roiindltii:
district ami tho antlepi
counties of (Jiirlt.i and nradica It
Interestlnc to nolo that th" pnpiilatliu.
has Increased the most in the tH.-uiliii
whom thn Italian rain Is in tlpt mi
Jorlty. namely, nlonc th" northern ro.isi
of tho Adriatic.
I'ttlf llnrm In liny nf I'nntty .Yearly
llAi.irx, N. S Jan. 5. Tho Oarnot
Hock foe nliirni nt Ornnd Mannn, Hay
of Kundy. wan part tally destroyed hy
thn storm and the extremely Inch tide
nf last nlcht. A moHsnco to tho Ih
parlinelit nf Marino snys tho stntion
wns partly washed away und that thu
alarm Ik mil of conmilHslon,
(liirnet Hock foe ularni Ih In n very
oxnosed pnslllon, Thn koepor and hln
assistant mo htlll nn tho rook, It Im.
Inc ImpoH.ilble to remove them In tho
tromrnrinitn nca that still prevail
Hni7.ll Hock buoy near Capo Sable, Is
out ot position,
And they did horn on after thox cot a
I liiivo a bad memory, which bv tho
way. Is a cood thine for a enmpnsoi to
havn," he said, "hut I know that
memory, as had as It Is, will retam for
tho rest of my life the debt of ciatltudo
I owe you for lining inn this cre.it
Mrs. Conhclm, after she had been
warned hy Mr. Thomas that Mrs Her
bert was prrsont, pronounced the cuest
of honor "a cond man, u cond musician,
find hotter than all that, a cond lonklnc
man," Him propounded be vera I ques
tions for Mr, Herbert to answer about
mtisio and thn drama and ended with ,i
plcturo of his success which bronchi
cheers from those present.
Others who paid trlbuto to Mr. Her
bert wore Mr. Clarke, Mr. Alexandrr,
Mrs. Mnrcaret Mayo Selwyn, Marshall
P. Wilder, John Philip Soii'n and Syd- ;
ncy Itosenfold. j
enartl nt illnrUliiK hllil. i
Andlew Miistrt'lo, 17 eais old, nf !0fi
I'llllntl i-treet, I'nlnii Hill, N J., was .(!
restetl there last nlcht while trylnc to
attack a seveii. eiir-olil cut, who was
nlnne 111 her Iionie The clrl, Cl.ua
Kunzo, Is the iliiuchter of Mrs, Mary
Kunxe nf 7 Hldcoley place, Union Hill
Iter brother left the house In Rn to thn
More and then. II l.s ilrclareii, Maslrel"
rr.lcied. The child whs not harmed, hut
whs b;idl frlchtcned, Tho prisoner n.iyn
Cold MMUI, Lonfloti, 111
' Lmtnt SM tlGlf CiAPB Trm m WtrU
S O'Clool; H. M. B.
Scaled'air-tiftht quarter, half .'and. pound
A H" H I n b-Cla n 'rGf oct r i
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