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THE SUN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1913.
NfM'utiiitions With llulgnria
IlruiiUMl War Is Ilntd-
:';1KK ON Till KEY
I'owri' Likely to Counsel
I'mic to Yield Adria
nople to Allies.
si IM5-M STR1AN TENSION
v to ii ii (iotpninipnt Aceiispil of
nrioiis i('nliiiii With
. - ',1'V t'er"''' lo Tnr Pin
,. r.- I.i n 11 Although the lm
. ,.f ,n lidween Uumanl.i and
. i i-is been iinnoiinced from scv
. i.p.h in llutope, not onl; lias no
r. ., wt oiTurred. hut many com-i,:-.;
.itepniTi air eonvuii cd that the
r' tttucen the two nations In
. iv. r, not have sii1i a desperate
of Kitmnnin having sent
-.nitt'im to Dulfiaila may certainly
0 ! m..cd No such step lias heen
;-, M .lonenu. Hie former Itu-
4-:..- M nislor of Klnnm e. who is
and who has been IhoUiiik over
. led -as that the ti'lcKrnmv which
ins I rcii teirivlni: fioni Ins- (Invent
tci" "Mi n nothing lmltratlni: such a
'e md as h" hu bet n formally
sd with lookuiu afli r the ncKotla
. r her it is inconcrU nhle that his
1'' I a adopted rucli an extreme
-Mf. rr without notlf tnc him ll-and
" t ! ff the piesldent of thi Itlll-
i" Pal (lament, alike s,i that the
r ;i i,oii have heen lesiimed. that
nf'ired on Thursday and will
r. . c.itn tfda
' vimi" t:me it n n t to he sup-
I Mnl the solution of the trouble
i ' .ai. and It would no: in a crcat
. T' ' .inbod if ilii'M- ii-nevpil
. r n prmr lo l ahorllvp.
U 1 .r n ; Th'i-c who discredit the
nf n war hetwrru IIilK.iria
' I. I'o. nn i hv lll.it If I H- diplomatists
-it,.' ;-ei ihe wor! thai can hap
i s ' t- a n-fi reiue of ihe isue lo
! wer. i ithers think that the
r. 'ii " too ki,io and may hae the
..I .nine, faillns a iltlciin'nt ot
ti: .n a' Vienna m legard to this
1 I veiv .esMillisiii, o.u ine
"iiii inpit.il hai Indulged in
-!niMii "ti the near llasti rn ques-
'. Ln fo sou a long time that perlnpa
nav ' rea.Tded as a habit.
Meanwhile il.e uiifiatse l.itwe- n Tur-
iv and the lialk.in allies inntiniies.
.nd so far as the dibgaiew to the I.nii
oon peace ci'iileietl' are ' onceined t'.i"
. Sltlon f'cm.l to be ex,',, ty a1- It wa
venty-fonr hours ago. Th" Kuiopenn
"earn roller'- at ConKtainlnople rum
t slowlv. but so far it has i rushed
t, Milng The prtssnre on the Porte has
1 no effort
-o one seems to ,e certain as to what
' ' ippemng The Joint note of the
An 'mssadors nan not yet been presented
r Porte It cannot be ascertained
' form this note will take when It
ti Milted, but it in Kciicially us.
T"il Cat it will urge Turkey to
a dnanople in accordance with the
. wbn b has already been given
, -he Pmte No one now supposes
ti e Cow rf will Uneaten to en-
i, e tl.oir advice.
1 ' e iimureil naval demonstration Is
vv referred to In some quarters as
'i."irr hat "had been contemplated".
ii hf I ' '.' it tcoiltfd as ultogetlier
r, e!. owing to the somewhat limited
f the Powers. In any event
. ale tew vvlm at ples'nt expect
,. , rrHiip flom the note of the
i -.ol irs of the Powers, although a
1 n: nmmeniator .-ays he believes
: l'ii,ip- Is really unanimous and
i. i Turkey that she has not a
d'r, , ,p among the concert the Porte
' re en Itself to the Inevitable.
i.- a reported Increase In the
-i between Austria and Servla
v '.inllng the declaration of the
.'let minti with regard to her satls
" 'Mi the nrrangemcnts for a
n ti.e Adriatic. Austria, remarks
mmentator of the Daily Tele
nr'. v. I not disband a single com-r-iri-
as a lesult of Servla'a promise
r. ' a, i r tier attitude ona lota until
' Se- lan army 1h actually withdrawn
T'e Belgrade correspondent of the
1'v't, Trlrytnph In confirming the ator
of the tension accuses Austria of
bng up rnll communication with
' "it Trains between Budapeat and
cride tie says, are many hour late
"c to the fact that military trans
"iisniict the tracks and many
n wno are visuinsT jiuiiK.iry on
, ' are being arrested on the pre
f 'i"lug military officers In din
t The Servlnn Clinmler of Com-
r ban vainly protested against these
"Uici vexatious measures which
''Uic adopted and which are cul--'fd
to increase the strnln between
TIMES- SCORES RUMANIA.
hi'llcio Itai'hrrat Again! Hnlgnrla
'ii f.ihle Despatch lo Thk iis
' '. .Inn. 11. The 7'lmca says
' ' 'line is no doubt whutcver that
' O'.itiian threat to occupy Bulgarian
'''"i' lorctbly was made, The ut
that an; now being made In
"ei ,,.in q i kh lers to deny this state-
. ' in. .' he taken ns n favorable sign. I
ii i'i't it is felt, hits prejudiced tho
hai.it.,, .ii case, which was never very
"" I'.hK It la believed that if It
"ail i,.. , eifci ipd the lluluariaiiR would
c i i enisled and tin- Powers proh- I
"''iv would have abstained from Inter
wtiii. until peaci' had been mudo be
,w,eti 'I'urkcy and tho ullies, when tho
'vlin.p 1'fstlon wiitilij come before them
'"r 'tt lenient
T - 7ii;..,, whii condfmnins Itu
riri f. Pr action and recording It
7ef hat UulgarU has already offered
nr rtasonablo compensation for hcr
neutrality, thinks tlmt Hntni-in'. t
tltllde In the liecotlittlnns with Tiirkev
opened th,. nav for the attempted ? x'-1
lo.-imn or mtmanla, It holds that the
HulpaiH nro eqtinlly hUmewnrthy with
the Turks for the deadlock ami crit
icism tilt. HulKnrlan Insistence on the'
t'o.Mnn of Adrlannple. It cays that thn
conduct of thp nuiKarian rifioBatosdur..
ltllt the neifntl.ittftnn hu, iti.li.i,
tldenee In the statesmanship of th 1
POWERS' NOTE TO PORTE.
lr Crirmrd (Irry'a Prnft Toned Down
Special Inble liespateh to Tlir St.
l.o.s-MiN, Jan. 11. -The Times corre
spondent at Vienna hays that nn
oltlclal despatch has bfen received from
onstiiutinople to thp effect that the
I Power ltae agreed on Ihe text of . i
i-ourcmi' nolo 10 I lip mi to The draft,
of sin'i a imip drawn up by Sir lldward
irey, the tlrltish IVirelrn Secretary, l
loportoil to have heen considerably
toned down. Thp date when the note
will ho presented ha? not yet been de
GERMAN GOLD RESERVE SMALL
Vrnr of llenernl r.tirnprno Wnr l)e
liinmlK Mnrh l.argrr nm.
tpntnl Vahlr tirtpalcl. to Thk Mv
lli.nt.tN, .Inn. 10.- Dr. Hnvenstein. tht
president of thp Imperial Pant! of
Heiniany, In an address to the tludcet
I'ommlttee of the P.i'lchstaK to-day em
phasized the Insullklency of the cold
reserve of l ie Kelchshatlk lie iis-i'I'ti'd
thpt it ought to he raised to $300.niM),(i00,
or better still, to 37!i.ono.nuo. Till, he
said. wa epeclall necessary In itnne
Me added that owlnc to the popular
panic nnd the fear of a general Kuro
pe.m war the bank had to put Into
circulation between September and Hoc-ember
l'-'ij.T.'i'.fltm. as comp.ned with
an average of $13 "."(O.ooo
BREAK IN ARMISTICE DENIED.
Vo 4tfnrk nn HnlKnrlnn fit l,nkf
nerkna, 1 neporl.
Spraal Cablo flrtrate'. lo Tnt SrN
Son. .Ian. 10. A seml-oftlclal state
ment is Issued to the effect that there
Is no truth In the story of an encounter
between Turks and Bulgarian!) at Lake
Derkos yesterday Nothing of the soil
ha p pencil.
The Bulgarians have mined the whole
coast of the Pea of Marmora, which
tliev occupy, but there has been no row
of any kind with Turklh troops during
AS HE SEES U. S. DIPLOMACY,
llnrinril Man l.eetnrra In I'nrls nu
I'nnnmn ennui Minnllon.
prr,nl (?' )'. In Tsr Si
Paris. Jan lo A l.itge audience lis
tetied lo-d.ty to the Irctuie of i:ihange
Professor Gtaflo' Wilson of llaivard
Pnlverslly on international relations
and the Punauri Canal. Amonc the In
terested auditors weie Mr Heiru'k. the
Atnctlcan Ambassador, and M Bout
The lecture treated almost solely of
liUtoi-ie.'il events. It lefei-red to the
, rw,itl,m ,vt, Ironical admi-
,.,,... rr ,,, ri,.i ,., .,, the
foirsicht of the new power in notifying
the eomiiiHliiler of the i rulser Nashville
on November J, Ipn.t, that a revolution
was expected to break out in Panama
although the l epresentatlve of the
I IIO'MI f-i.ii.'s. .. 1 l.c.nipie. "my niiinvu i
, ....... . ,, ,.. . , t
tlie Wnshlnrrton I lovernment two davs'
... ,l.l i ...... ..iii, "iihiiiii'' iii,-,..iiiii,i,,'ii
i 111 ('I .' Hill 1'MI sum ur- ii-iiiiiri mill
the prfscnio of American watshlps at
Panama and Colon Weie examples of,
foiesight not often shown by the 1 nlted
States and were wot thy of the example
set by Kuropean nations
The piofessor dismissed the Panama
Canal tolls dispute as an insignificant
matter which, be said, would undoubt
edly be easily adjusted He called it a
"petty difference of opinion." A more
fundamental question in his opinion was
tlie suitablht.v of the llay-Pauncefote
treaty to the present conditions. It
came Into existence, he said, when the
Panama territory was foreign This
condition no longer existed.
LAND CAMPAIGN ABANDONED.
Ilrltlah (iuvrrnmrnt nlilltntrN ldn
cntlonnl llrforms for I tie Present.
;,etr lahle Itr.pnl.h tn Tlir 5l
l.oxnos-, Jan. 10.- The Government
has abandoned Its land campaign tor
the present and sulwtltuted educational
reforms. Viscount Haldane In a speech
at Manchester to-night said that the
land question needed the most cautious
treatment. The Government had not yet
passed the Inquiry stage In regard to
Their next great social problem, said
the former War Secretary, would be
education, the state of which, whether
elementary, secondary or higher, was
chaotic. It was time, said Iord-Hal-
dane, to deal with this question on a
largo scale. A national educational sys
tem must be an entirety, starting with
the Idea that a child must lie made fit
to receive education. II" Intimated that
Chancellor Lloyd George would lie the
Government protagonist In the cam
paign. NO MONOPOLY IN NEW LOAN.
England to Oppoie Proposition Ad
vanced In Prkln.
Special Cahlt T'upalch to Tan 8iv
London, Jan. 11. A Peklu despatch
to the )all Telegraph says that Great
Btituln under no circumstances will
sanction an extraordinary attempt which
Is being made tn Insert a five year
monopoly clause In the six power loan
r.Mir.it PKiisoNAi. uscoiir
January 16, 1913
$12 $14 $15
Pioin NIAV OflK
Anorrtlnr to hotel stlei'lM
l'roiortlonalr f'arrj from Olhrr I'olntr
,MI ueittsnry epenfi
Similar Tours, February . 20, March 50,
April 3, 17, May I anil IV, lUI.'l,
consult c sTt'nns. o. c a . wm rr.u-
UK h. Jr . A I). I' ,. . liu I If 1 h Ave.nir,
New York Cliy
'REBEL LEADERS IN
MEXICO SEEK PEACE
Minlstrr Lnsciirlnn Hpcoivps
Overtures From ShImviii
TO TALK WITH AMERICANS
(lovrmment Will Hear Hunch
Owners Complnints to Ward
El. Paso. Tex., Jan. 10. Permanent
peace In northern Mexico may result
from the visit of Pedro S. l.ascuratn,
Minister of foreign Pelatlons of
Mexico, who at lived Tuesday night
from Washington after a conference
with the State Department, the Pro!
dent and President-elect Woodtow Wil
son at Princeton, N J
Minister l..iscuraln received over
tures to-djy from t',e rebel leaders now
operating In western l 'lilliu.ihua to lay
down their arms ami unit light iiv; the
established (lm eminent. The pMpo'.il
was placed befote :iio Mexican Minister
bv I" Anav.i. Melun Consul at Til'
son. Atlz, who ram,, to Kl P.i'o for the'
purpose of iiuif.'i rln.' with Minister
l.ascu-aln leiarillns the proposals rf
the rebel diiefs nlil, i were made lo
I'onsiil An.oa lecenilv. The hlefs in
(inestloii him Sal.ix.it and P.ojas
This activity on the part of Ihe MoM-
inn flovei nmenl dipl, mat to bring about I
peaco In noithein Abxico In said to he I
the result of the leicin Intel . ent am
talk. Iteallltig (be ptessuie ilia' i'
belns hioucht to beat upon the Amen
can Tint eminent by the Atiierb.ni
rnnchers and railroad owners m Mivlm
the MeMcnn f !o ei ninent is mal.lnq all
elTott to bring ahryit a solut'on of the
All to-dav Minister l.acuraln was
closeted with prominent American ranch
owners In nottbein Mexico legardltig I
the exact condition of affaiis In the
north of the h puhlu Statements nfitui't "f innnl" b.n g".u:y of man
loses suffered bv Ihe men of damuce ! 'auch:er."
done to clops, cattle lienls nm) tallui.il
lilies were submitted to vi,ivv tie Mc.
can Mlnlstei what I'm evii' -f the
With the Mevlcan Mlnistet constantly
since his arrival hre p I.lovd ilrisiom
of New York, ptrslilent of tli Aim rl-
can Soi'Ipiv, who. I- l aid. his If en
delegated hv the fnited States to pll.it
Ihe Mexican olliclal wh'ie he cm -r
the statistics tlti hand, with a v ', ,v ,,f
showing h" Mexican t iov eri.tuf r,.
what plovorat.on 'he I nlted St,i!' Im
for intervention if Mexlm do ii"t ai t
BAR FIELDING'S "TOM JONES.'
llnnensler l.llirnrj Will llnrn I'uli- sv Indled Catholic laynun. priests.
Ilrls lis llnlj "i. thieliops. carilltials anil even th" Pop"
,.-,.( c ")-. to Tn. s,v himself, was senlcllced to-iln to six
l-oMHiN, Jan. in -A ommitt e of tlie ' vears ami six months Imprisonment at
Mom-aster Mutilolp.il Public l.ibrarv hasl1"'"1 ,"h'r' "r whWU ,,,us'
banned Ktrl.llng's "Tom Jones" and I
passed a solrmn resolutl"ii lo liurn the
oul copj of til" book vvhii h the libra r j
It seenis th.T a melllbel ,,f the lojn-
ni.tfe got hold "f th" hook and re id It
f..r the first tlm in his life lie was
.,i,,.i, .i ,, ,,., i, .i..i,..rt,i . 1., I , ,
.. . . . I
J. nimoi.iut.v a-vl report. i tic matter to;
bate, but b.v a msjoniv vnii the com
Illittee ordrred the lnii'llt'U thing lb
DANISH AMERICANS FETED.
nnnqarl nml Hitfrrliilniitent
..OOll Held lit -iiriiltniirn.
Special raile lf.ptt:'i in Tur M
Coi'KNiiAur.N Jan 10 The Interna
tional Such ty gave an elaboi-ue ban
quet ami entertainment to-night to
Marilsh born Americans who are spend
ing their holiday here About .oaij
persons attended. Including all the Dan
ish high officials. The King anil l.uieen
sent letters of regret at tlwlr Inability
to be present owing to the fart that
the court Is In mourning, hut conveyed
the heartiest messages of good will.
The Danish Premli r ami Mr. Kgan.
the American Minister, made appro
priate speeches and many prominent
Danish performers entertained the
guests, The greatest enthusiasm was I
"ANCIENT" VASE A JOKE.
rchaenlnnUts rind Thr 're Trrna
nrlnir flaring I'np nf INIU,
Special Cnblf Pnpateh lo Tnr Sr
l.lVEKPoot,, Jan, 10. The tn.v story Irr
regard to the wonderful vase In the
possession of the museum authorities
here has been dispelled In n rather
prosaic manner It was supposed to be
of great antiquity, of gold and sliver
which had heen bronzed over to con
ceal Its value and was said tn he worth
It turns nut to he a valuable vnse,
belnn of gold and silver, but Its an
tiquity Is no greater than 1RI2. It has
been Identified as the racing trophy the
Chester cup given out In that year.
MAURA TO RESUME PLACE.
Will Again Head pirn I ah Conserva
tives, llndlj Dlvldeil.
Special I'dble Heepatch tn Tine St
Maprih, Jan. 10.- St nor Maura's "Irre
vocable decision to abandon politics.''
which he gave ns the reason for tlie
resignation of himself and all the mem
bers of the Conservative party from the
Curies has heen revoked. Iteplylng to
an appeal from the Conservative party
he writes that In view of their unity
and unanimity and at their desire he
will resume the leadership.
DUCHESS SLIGHTLY BETTER.
I I'll) xlclaim any he la SiirTei lou; l,raa
j Pain Trm pera I lire l.ovvrr.
i Mon'tiikal, Jan. 10. It was anounced
! at 7 o'clock this evening by Hie
physicians In charge of the Duchess of
Connaiight that the patient's condition
had Improved somewhat during the
idav. Her temperature had decreased
and her VJ Improved Th.
physicians declared thut Ihe Duchess
MUTerrd loss pain,
Many Inquiries concerning lite Much -
ess wvro received here lo-djy from
many of her friends In the United
Klaus A cablegram was forwarded
to King George telling him of the ills-
I tlngulhhed patient's condition. She Is
suffering from peritonitis.
HAVANA MAYOR STILL FIRM.
Secretary of Intrrlor t'ndeclrted
Whether to Onsl Him,
fptclol rabtr tittrntrH lo Tn Sr
IUvana, Jan. 10.- The conflict between
the Secretary of the Intel lor and the
Mayor of Havana over the payment of
the salaries of the city police continues.
The Secretary of the Interior yesterday
1...n ...tnil .It.it flii fliit'M'nni' nf tlie
,il'l II. i nut hi... ..r,....-. ...
province stisiend Mayor Andrade be
cause the latter refused to approve the
expenses of the police force until he
received a detailed bill, fnder Ameri
can Intervention some yeais ago It was
provided that the city of Havana should
pay 80 per cent of the salaries of the I
police force and the irmalnder of the I
Island the other "0 per cent.
The Secretary of the Interior to-day1
called on the Governor and talked over '
the question of suspending the Maor '
The Govt! nor depteiuted any such
drastic ait Inn and tiled to hrlnt; about
a compi utilise, but without success The!
Secretary Is now awaiting an opinion '
l from the consulting attorney of his de
The stevedores have started a strike
at Matanzas which has become Keneial '
It iiiu.v in' a serious embarrassment to i
the movement of the .ane nnd sugar
NEGRESS GETS FIVE YEARS.
Wiimmi PMlfiirMl In t.onHitn
Klllltm lluOmmr Milrr.
$nr,jt t ,tif tlfttjtj'r', to TiiT Si v
Lonpov, Jan lo. "A more pl'iab!,
tor was in er told." T'.i was t!f
comment of .lad Marlins a' Co 11 ll'ej
to-dav In ticlng Annie til'oss. an
American in ! to live 'ear penal
jsiivltude fni U.illiii .live'o Tru ks, alias
j Jessie Mclntvte a vvUv ai 'rrss, who
had he'i l.v.tri vv ''n :!n lolored
Sobbing, the iiegre- told of how her
husband had iuouglil bet over from
New York ami then fioh uj
whit" woni.it. mi who-' i,i
lived; how In- thn v. U r of "!, Iiemg !
l l.u k and nut i att'.n :l 'mvv "!,
bought a revolver and r-'ol-cd to I III t
him and to w mm !,. tilgiit i,f the iiiuiiler
she fired at ber hiidiainl and It was I
only when she cot into the stieet that
"he h'aid she l,.,d Hlbd the woman
The tur teturn-d a venlict of "not
"Wiur art ('lib! not possibly he instiled.-
raid ,lii;lie Marling, "hill your
I .sh.inds l,..rtll,e trf.-itmeiit lacls oi
o make v iv Imikc exfiip for you."
Tb:s was the i ,e 111 wlil'-h frank
Craig, the llailrin Coffee Cooler, was
' " r st'd .itid held fm few davs (,n n
' ' ,rKr "' having hought the revolver
I f' r Mrs (i.m lie wa nfler.v.ird ills.
' I aisr d
CLERICAL SWINDLER JAILED.
L . . . .
I f.if.rmns nniii rnr.i i.i'i. . irnn
II Monllis In Milan.
iv. ol ' ahlr ftriprttrl. to Tee Si
Mit.v:. Jan. 10 Giovanni UamMa
IGl'idtl. the noiorius sham prle.n who
""",V ' 'V
It is nsseiied that Glndri cleured
. :'ini.iii!0 thiiiugh bl.s frainl.s on i lerlcal
I dignitaries, and when he was; nrieslcd
la photograph of him was found mIiowIhc
Urn xiaiiiHtig Inside plus . There
Wat alio found a ipiaulit.v of stolen
wall In and .l"V'''v end unite a sum of
w. , ;lnil,
vv a ai te-if d In Prancr
rs Jig,' he h nl been posing as
i Prliue P.' ,111 mte. a f inner pa pi I
l.iunclo at Vlei.M.i The trance P'tt
lalxiut the linn is that he "eeinc to have
lae'ually (elibralcd mi s on sevrr.il oc
casions. A rrcti'li c,iin-t Minister '
quotn) as having said tha- Gindti vv.m
me of th i level-' st rogues in the world
GOVERNMENT'S CLOSli CALL.
I.lhernl Nnlnrllj llrnp In to nn
ipe.Mi alile heepn'ri. In Tin- -i
I.omhiv, Jan In. The Government
Iitnl a lose rail from defeat on a vote
In the Home of Commons io-nlgbt when
Its tnajoiliv fell to 10. The question
was on an amendment lo the Welsh
disestablishment bill and the vote was
:':io in I'.'U
The Government vvas saved b.v Ihe
Irish vote. This brought forth a tor
rent of taunts irom the fnlontMs. as
the Irish members have not the slightest
inlei est in the Welsh disestablishment
NO U. S. ACTION IN MEXICO.
I.ni rrninrnt In rnntlnnr I'rrsrnl
onrse I nlll Vlnreh I,
Wasiiixcton, Jan. 10. It Is now he.
lieved that nothing shot! of a complete
upheaval will aller the 1 nurse of the
present administration In regaid to
Mexico. While the cmha,ssy In Mexico'
cliy will continue lo llle with the.
Mexican Government notices of the!
reservation of the light to claim dam-1
ages for losses suffered by American
property owueis In Mexico and lo aid. j
protection for all Americans threatened
with life and properly, It Is not expected,
that there will be any resort to mote'
drastic measures before March I.
The luipte-slon made by Senor Pedro
!,a--rtiraln, Mexican Minister for Kir.
eign Atfalls, In Ills iccent talk wltu
Piesldenl Tnft and olllcers of the Me
partmetil of Stale was so favorable that
the ailiuitiisiiatloii has some Hope 01
better tilings in Mexico,
rile uep.iriuicnt tas nccrpieu, 101 me
present at least, assurance!' tint Ihe
Madero Government Is doing lbs level
best to suppress disorder. Whether the
cnergv reported as being shown by Ihe
Government al Mexico city will con-
tlnii" or not is regarded as a mailer
j of doubt, but there Is every disposition
011 the part of Prcfiiietil Tall to give
President Madero a fair show. Tlie fact '
that the Taft administration Is to be, Kir.lT, Jan. 10. The Mmlatr-r of Ki
retired In less than two months Is re-1 nance. In lespof.r.e In petitions Horn
garded ns nn additional argument In
favor of not chnriitlng tlie present policy
with reference to disorders In Mexico,
FLASHES FROM THE CABLE
I.0.SIH1N. When tlie franchise form
hill comes un In the llritish Parlla-
meat shortly the members of the House
of Commons will find all the appro.iciies to
the chamber picketed ny ncti esses aim
. ...i.n ,...... ..... ..e ii... ,i,,.-iiitit fin-
,, ,... ,iay Hm. Klt. t, wotnen Intel,
to no present In strength and to huttun-
, hole tneinbeis of the llouso 11.1 they pass
I In and out,
MniiAiioR. Morocco. A French column.
lOlllllianded b.v Col Alimileo liiieydou de
lilvcs. founht a seveie battln with a large
body of Moois. whom th muted with
severe loss of Boo killed. Twelve French
aoldlers were killed and sixty wounded.
in which lesseei will
find conditions, Diir
rimndinRs and ier
vice exceptional, is
with its additional
West 42nd Street
The building will
lie gladly shown to
all prospective Irs
ees. Renting of
fice on premises.
Pfnse & Klliman
340 Mail. Ave. Tel. 6(10 Bryant
('(IIIIIM'I SlIVS IIo MllV Hp E"
iiiiiiiifd by IMijo Coin
."tr.lnl l'at,!r llcpoltfi lo Till St
Nsst , Jan Pi. William Kocke
feller, who iMne her- shortly after his'
i uunsel had miepled n subpiena flom !
the Pujo Inv eytlgiitot s, has ntinotinced
tils Inteiilloiiof l nvlng to-day for Miami,
I'la He Is rvpiclcd to tatl on the
steamship Miami lie will be nccom-
pan led bv Mr- P.ockef. Her and their i
John A. !. irver, who nccepled service
for Mr. P.ockefeller. said esterday that
ii had no ilellti-ti' Information ion
letnlng Mi Hockefeller's reasons for
relurnltig lo Ihe I nlted Stall i or of
his prohabie iimv ini'tit.'" aftet he ar
I Iv es
Ml. (iarvet ndnillted that It was
probable that Mr. Uooke feller, whose
phv slclan have millled that he Is
phvslcallv until In appear before the
Pujo cotumltt e will submit to examina
tion b.v a doctor toptos'iithig the com
mittee, lie said hr did not believe Unit
tlleie-had beiti auv i llanve In Ml
Unekefeller'S colldlttoll leielltlv
The iiubp'eiiii foi Mr Hot k' f"IIer a'ls
for his uppearaiuo befote the Pujo
commit te. on Mondav. but those In a
oosiiion in know think thai Mr. P.oiKe
I'eller will hi excllsi d. lit least for the
pieseni, afler the e.xaiultiation
GRAVE ROBBERS ARE CAUGHT.
Police llnve Men Who' lllflrd'
Duelirss of (iciitin 'Inmli,
IfCial I nh . 'r.fHttr'. tn Tl' Si
lI.Illlf..l K. ,1.111. III. The police of t'l'M
place sav the..' have aire'ted two no
('nous apaeiie: from Mil n llle wh .
Dry declare, vvle gul'ly of the oiit
lar.' S on ihe riival totiib ,,f the Dowager
Dii.'hc". of Geiii,,i, Mi" tnithrr of the
f'Tiiie.- iiivii Mirgliarita, at Superga
Two vvoiii'.i wan ,( .Mnp.mli 1 the
,'p.u lies lii'.'i' siili.ecle, to tlie third
" i:r"e. iiinfes-eii nti.i st,ite, timt th.
i't.. -; accompi:! - had Ited t, Ksvpi
after uiirying off the ni'Sl valuahle
iiwe'.s w hii'h were s;,i',n fr iai theroval
101110, The accoiuphcr .- hive heen nr
11 "iei! In llgypi
WOULD SPEAK BEFORE COMMONS.
Mr, rot-hes-lti.lierl-oii Must Let Per
inlssliiti of lltii Ire llntikr.
Slmtal '"'.. l.i,f.-'. ;e T'lr si
l.'i'.iiov, Jan. ;o. The P.ig'it Mm.
, James Wlll'.ini l.jw In r. Hi Spr.iker of
th House of i 'uniinons. hap vvr'tu-n a
letter to Mit. l'i'i'bes-l!oheiMin, v ho,
ai president of the Actresses' l'lMii -hlse
1 League, askid pel ms l.m to appear at
the bar of the Hons" and plead the c.iuie
of woman mi ft rug p. In which he mvr
lb, 1. he hau 110 pow r 1 ilhi'i 10 gran! or
.withhold ibis prnniM-loii
So Ii pocci, hr ,i; s, ian .eil.v be
collfeireil bv a rrsi.I.iC.ui nf the lloii.'e.
SPAIN AND THE VATICAN.
llllinssndor 10 He pilol 11 led.
Polle Iteioalna Sninr,
tf'.al I'nl'lf ttctpnlch tn Tc
.Mvtirin, Jan la. An Amhars idor to'
.i,e v, fir in will he appointed In a s 1 irt
!!lin The lela'Inn-i between llle Span
ish Government nnd le Holy See, ;'
will be recalled, hnve leen strained fo-'
Count Itomanones, the Premier, hiw
evcr. eiuphuflv.-s Hie fact that t'ae ap
pointment i f an Aniti.iss.idor luiplic.i ,
no ihange In Ihe policy on Ihe religion,
95 KILLED IN ALPS IN 1912.
I'lic of lellms Hiimen Den III 'roll'
I, ess Tim n In If) I I.
lfitat t a tile Uetpatrli to 'Inr St
it'NKA, Jan. 10 Tho rrrtmlrnhhti' '
Mates thai the death loll in Ihe ps ,
during PH" was nlnetv-live. i if th
number (ifty-three f..u fioui prts'l-
pi c. Ihlrleeii wire kl'l"! bv ir.iikt'i'iies
. ,.,., (,,,. ... ,i,..,ti, 1....,,
Ui vlotim-s weie women.
n ,0M t))f tl)rt, ,p.1h!,
YEAR'S GRACE FOR KIEFF JEWS. ;
u,in I'osi pones i:. Hen of Hie
' manufaciuters in Mo.vow u:nl l.od
has suspended lor one jcar the execu
tion of an order forhlddlnu .lews from
trading In Kleff after January H. II1 Kl.
This will enable "00 merchanta ami trad
ers of the Jewish f.iltli to iiiutlnuo in
It is umlcrt'tood thai the Minister or
Finance proposcn to get from tho Smi
ate decision on tho light of Jews, lo llvo
In Kleff anil do business heie.
MBS. MAC KAY TO RIVIERA.
Ace onipniilril hv I'rliiccoi Mlliiino
Will Pimm Winter Thrrr.
Srtiial I'nlilr IXe.KUci. tv Tn. r
I'UHK, ,1,111. lu, Mr". Ouii'iii'i' Min K.i.i,
Hcriiiiiimiilcil by I'rlnrofR StlKlhiim, Iium
Kunu in tlio Itlvlmi for the winter,
Broadway at 34th Street
Special purchase of 10S0 pairs of
Men's Sample Gloves ( or
1.25, 1.50 & 2.00 values OOC
3 There is no occasion for a long story in connection
with this sale. The very word sampler should convey
to you the peculiar nature of this offering. These gloves
have survived their purpose as order-getters for the
maker and arc now anxious to get into the hand-shaking
business on their own account. Of course, we got them
at a big reduction. That is obvious.
2 Now for the assortment. It embraces tan cape gloves
and gray mocha gloves, both unlincd or silk lined.
Think of it --silk lined at eighty-five cents. Also, tan
cape gloves, gray suede gloves and Mocha gloves, fleece
lined. Think of this, too fleece lined at eighty-five
cents. Finally, black gauntlet gloves, unlincd. And
every pair made with that painstaking thoroughness
which is the chief attribute of a sample. Big values.
Men's Fleece-lined Gloves
1,200 Pairs at 85c
regularly 1.00, 1.50 & 2.00
3 Made for biting days when your hands want more than
the protection which ordinary gloves afford. Assort
ment includes suede and cape gloves, with one clasp.
The suedes come in tans, grays and browns. The capes
in tans and blacks. All lined with fleece that is as grate
ful as hot rolls and a bubbling percolator at 8 A. M.
values 3.50 to
3 For evening wear, when you dine out, or go to the
opera, or take in a show, or keep a heavy date, there's
nothing like a reefer or muffler to keep your neck warm
and your linen from being soiled by your overcoat collar.
CJ And there's nothing like these reefers for value. Just
780 of them. All silk knitted reefers, in accordion and
crochet weaves. Plain white, pearl and black, or smart
two-tone effects in the accordion weaves only.
In addition to the above
600 plain crochet weave reefers, in white, pearl and
black. Splendid quality and something more than an 1 35
everyday value. Regularly 2.50 special today at j
Men's Hand -
values 2.00 and 2.50
jj 1'iS- fine quality hand-frame knitted silk scarfs,
bought by us at a big reduction from one of the star
makers of better scarfs. They arc the cleverest things in
the way of scarf designs that you ever saw. Both
accordion and crochet weaves in the assortment. The
accordion scarfs arc in the following combinations:
Block and white, black and red, black and green, black
and blue, and many others equally good, and at intervals
across these scarfs there arc cross stripe:-, in lace effects,
thai arc just about as smart as anything you can imagine.
The crochet weaves arc shown in all the row Ha? ctripes,
and in the newest combinations, such p man of 'astc
and refinement like yourself cannot afford lo be without.
regularly $3 & $4
j Made by the American Hosiery Company , which is
a short and effectual way of describing their merits as
to workmanship, finish, and all-round quality.
360 All Linen Undergarments, heavy weight lenji
sleeve shirts and anUlc length drawers. Rpgulr.rly 4.00
240 Union Suite, made of the he.-.t .Wacc corn cotton,
in heavy winter weight. Regularly 3.00
540 Silk and Wool Undergarments medium weight,
v ith sill; fronts. Mixed tan colors. Regularly 3.0C
The greatest four-cylinder value in
the motor market-Chalmers "Thirty
Six" $1950. 7500 owners find this
car all they can ask in an automobile.
Carl H. Page & Co., Broadway at 50th St.
ItAttJtrii, Cei'i., .'' eitrySf..' injjff.nt. Cee., CS) fiiUM .4 s. .
Brnoltlyn: rirunt AutoCompany Newark! Paddock-Zu.l Motor Company
Huntington, L. 1.1 Sammta tK. oowner nonkcrt: Ko.a it, rtiooara
UNIONISTS EAP FOOD TAXES.
I'il'J lllll of t!7t iuii Mciniirliil All
.li-imai'il to HoiiHr l,n, ,
Viiint Vahlr lienitc' to Tur ! v I
I.k.mk'N, .Inn ML TIip tttomurlJl t,i!
Huiiar I.nw iiMltinc Unit t:-,e nui'sllmi '
llf t'oilil I.IM'M In lIllillp'M to ptl'M'Ilt
tll!niitl(iii ui tlir 1'iirt., ilei'lurliiK
iilli-iilniiio in 1 1 10 Ifiiili'i- ami ii skin!; fur
it I'lmfi'iviue uf tli' I'ulotili's If the
I'lilunlHtH sliuulil !'( vi liu iu'il to iinwrr,
wiiw hlrn'il liy -!!'- out uf the S7'. I'lilon.
IhI mriiibi-p. of I'jrllnmpnt It l r:.-IM-ctcil
t'.nu Mr. I.uw will KiM' his ri'i'iy
of tin' 17 mm iswers of t ho nioiiiml.ii
?7 ine on tin' from lii'tiili iitnl thi- .no'
ili'li.ul.'l l- p:itH:t:ni'tlur .llipiti..
irom hIsiiIiis uny iloonnient or tin.- itinu,
Klftcen other membcra are cither
Se tlie Chalmers. Stact J
Mmlilt .Square (lrdi
aliroml or on hick leave. These figures
am Blven out by the supporters 'of the
memorial to .show the solidarity of lh
party. Jmii'iiiilUI lieto XI, OHO nnninam.
,ierml I ante llefpalci to Tlir. Si
I'Anis, .l.iii. 10. The Tribunal of the
Heine to.iliiy awarded Mr. fonway u
lo'ini.iHsl, $1,00(1 dumnKi'H for InJurU-.i
Willi h lie hiiRtullieil by a fall in the
I Intel Meurlie. fonway fell In nn
I'levator width tho hotel nianuKinient
aliened wtiH t e i-nfeht in tho world,
HAIR BALSAM .
RMmit tii I'fta'J'ni Cn tula
NiTor rtua 10 ur.ioru y"
u.ir io na Youiiuui vwiwr,
r.Trutl Lair lallluc.