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DEADLOCK IN MAINE
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I Iih'c I'lMtiiiiMn's in l.cniii
lure Tcl('Tiiii Their
- M- .Inn 1 1 I'll.- t.cglsla
i -nil ili.idln.'keil mi ii I'nllctl
Senator. .iIIIiiiiikIi friends of e
IMwIn i llnrlclgh nf Augusta,
W.IH till- ltt'lllllle.lU IIHMllUCC In
P'tinm h Inst June. say 10 will
.11 in nun i. V s jiiim convention by
follow lug it 'h-isi.iiii icitHid
I t liv each iii'inli.-t- nf the House
i.. 'In oiiil fur tin. Cingrcsslve
l..te for fulled Suites Senator.
N'r.u V..HK. .Iiiuu,ir 14.
i lilIIGI.Itlll.lti all UIMlll e.
c in . itv mit tin. teartlniiari pro
tin send ntii. nf l.. ii'ihIIimi
".i ii. Hi', i Mir liioM iiu nt Is mi..
I .ill in. mm justice mill Is
, pint i,lMt h l.nrtlotllin
wliii Ii th" I mi t illi mi i,irt
- P'i'hiiu tea. lei ship Muiid. We
' f.i'r tteattiictit nf tilt' popl.
i u.'iil.) be ,i Kt-.tvn mlsfnitimi' from
-. .l'...i',l nf m.,.,1 i uii.hi, if ,j
' ! illi- ringrcsslics p.imlttnl
gh In li,. y.'iil tn the Senile of
i I'll Stat'i-
n.ii 'i Joseph At. DiMm, I'liulnniiu
. " l'in:r'lii National Committee,
,t legtiitn in each nf tlio four Pro-
l i lis follow :
-iiiMiT"N. .Lin 14 The Pingris
r Ii. ' S of I'ongless .It W.i.MiltipUm
, -i 1 1 t.i.it .miii iii,ir.(l oui- voir with
"l'" In tin- balloting tn-da
ul.i'.. vmi mi our m.ir.il cotir.ise
.iiil thai tho Democrats have
tn tnln ilm Progressives nml
Progressive. Ks-Gov. Wlll
. '!. wn.i wns urged hi his
'.. inter tile eonten as a cum-
.. . t-.tiiiiial.it'. said to-tiiRlit that
. ' f.u I'.iirl.'lsh.
I' r. .. fniirth class postmasters. Hor
M -a. II nf lottery, utis II. Taylor
T-i-ti lil ami William II. Karrar of
Kiptij. to-il.iy wlroil th.'Ir reslg
- tn the 1 Vstmnster-Genernl at
. - ng'..n mi the ndvlco nf tho He
" r P Gardner of ratten, the
r .f ihr ('regressive National
i from .Maine, arrived here to
... in taking an active 4art In
COXFUSION IN TENNESSEE.
UnrU lliirr I.IUpla in Win lrr
ll.-iKll.ii'ki'il I'ainrlti' nn,
v( '.u:. Tnnn. .Ian. 11 TIip Tcn
n1"" I.PKlKlatiiro If In a blttpr (lead
. i'ith rnltol States Senator to mic
..l KoluTt l.ovu Taylor. The llret !al
t v.n taKcn to-ila' without r'ult. A
li nf Tpniic.,!ee'H favnrit( ptnis wpip
ot'f) for. but It In believed that nomj
' tl . tie can bo elected. "A dark horse Is
"i.i'.Ttetl tn win.
TIip withdrawal of ex-Gov. Malcolm
". ratlci-Non. who pardoned Duncan
'"un t'.iopcr for the murder of Sena
r 1C. W. ('nrnincli, has not blmpllticd
.11"". The entrancp of .ludKc .lohn
.-'ili'lds, Chief Justice nf th.' Silfireme
t. who was elected on 11 non-partl--iti
ticket, has evoked criticism.
U noon to-day tho houses convened
11 Joint session for th" second ballot,
.-ad. rH In th vote were Col. IJ. A. Hn-
State Ilnllnmd Commissioner; Col.
1 T Tson, wealthy mountain lawyer,
nil Coiinressman Kenneth D. McKellar,
wslden .ItidKu Shields. None can rails
r mine than 33 votes. Sixty-seven nre
neft-Mirv to a choice.
P. nincrats are In tho minority nnd
hiiiifit elect, ruslon Is In confusion.
rl . I!epubllean who have heretofore
1) with independent Democrats are
'..(. 111; on for a division of spoils. Gov.
4.n V Hooper, Republican, Is active
irnnnsr hN party leaders, plendlns with
ii to stick together and fall In line
vltli the independents to ultimately nnd
"nn defeat Democracy. Newell Ran
t"ii. appointed by Hooper to succeed
uatnr Taylor, Is n cnndldnte for ro
- eriinn for the short term.
H0LL1S LEADS FOR SENATE.
-n Ilmnpvlilrr I'mwrrmli el Hold
llnlnner of I'ower.
r,r.i, X II. .Ian. 14.-The first
i-ititig for Fnlted States Senator at
"n 10-dav by the Mouse and As
m'.'i separall lesulted in no
' e Henry '. Hollls or this city
is practically unoiposed as the Demo
s' uindldate He teeeived In the
" . and Senate coinbined -0 votes.
ii .nling Hepiibllc'in candidate was
'o Henry It. Qulnby. who received
i.tes 1: V Clllsbury, owner of
ManelieHer f iifoti, got fifi votes, nnd
-.' wre scattering.
' I'rogi esslves cast to votes for
-l.o liolierl C. Ilass, and they hold
' t'a'ariee of power. An attempt Is
" made to unite the Republicans
rrt Progressive after to-morrow's
t The ItepubllcHns believe Hollls
ntitiot hold his strength.
Week Haeeeeila Murray Crane.
B'lH'riN, .Jan. 1 1. Representative, .lohn
W tVielis of Newton was elected Fnlted
s Senator from Aiussachuaetts by
I.eglMature this afternoon. In the
- into Air. Weeks received "U votes to
' u .Sherman 1... Whipple. Tho voto
a. House stood 134 for Weeks to 69
' Mr Whipple. To-morrow noon a
' session will be held at whlch Cresl
ni Gr. enwood of tho Senate will pro
i.T' llnprchoiitatlvo Weeks as United
William Mden Smith neeleeled.
'.a -si vi, Ailch,, Jan. 14. Senator Will-
lnn Smith wan to-day chohen
"i"id Stutcs Senator to wuccced him-
sh froth and Tfcomii Kleelert.
"M.n, Jan. 11. John F. Shafroth
1 '' cimrlen S. Thomas both of Denver,
' circled Fulled Slates .Senators
1 Colorado by tip) I.cflslaturo this
" ' nlriK
1 l, W 11 lull, Montana Senator.
' ia.i.N-.v, Alon., Jan. 14.-By a tinanl
" leglslutu.. vote T. J. Walsh of
1114 was elected Fnlted Hlales Sen
U: fv.irn Alontan.i to-day.
Senator Horah Itreleelril.
im, laaiio, Jan. 14. wenator W. E.
Jrali waa rMlected United Btatea Sen
t.tr,r Ui, i.eniaiature to-day.
in all Sen XntV.
Within pit miii.
utcV WM.K of nil
linn. 1 1 ml inn tube,
elevated nml lrrrt
car linen. Ib-iidc,
will Always) be the
Ii r t Hdvrrtisnl
liitililitiK in the
West 42nd Street
Plnple offices small
miles up to entire
floors a v a i I ble.
Kenting agpnti o
Pease & Elliman
510 Mad. Ave. Tel. fiiOO Ilryant
TO RENEW WAR
' 'on l iiiiiI (out Flint l'aje.
functions at the Austrian and Itallnn
Tile lUnlii TtU'graph says It learns
that the Turks tenard the uess ttep of
Ihe allies as intended to Intliiml ite ihein.
but that this "111 be without rltci t. 1'
Mill pretynt the 1'orte from aicedliiB to
the wlslies of the I'oueis. as It would
Imply tll.lt they were afraid nf a !e
sumptirtli of the war.
Kvery State In the U.ilkan iillianee H
makliut active preparations to H'Miine
the war, iicoordlni: to .M. eiii.clos, Pre
mier of Greece and chief plenipotentiary
of that country in the peace confereni e.
"t liavo no hopo that the Turkish
Grand Council will declare for pence,"
At. Venlzelos ald to-day. "and If the
council decides on war nf cour.-e the
peace negotiations here will not be re
sumed. "It N very apparent to us that Tur
key, while ptoerastln.itlnir. ! making
preparation to renew the lighting, nnd
we simply shall beat her 10 It.
"Nothing, probably, will be done by
us to-day, but by to-morrow. If the
, Turks limp made no o enures for the
reopening of the pe.u.. foiifeii'iue, tho
Rllkan delegntes undoubteilly will with
draw from London and the four States
will yet ve notice nil the Porte that the
war will be resumed within four days.
This nction will be taken r.g.irdless of I
the note that the great Powers hae,
piepaied to pres. nt to Turkey.
"In the eent that war Is lesuni'd,
the bulk of the Greek armv will be 1m-
medlatelv traiiHfprr.'d from the siege of
.lanln.i to the Tehatal.IJa lin', where
now the Hulgarlans are encamped alone.
"Our llrst more, of course, would be
dlrec'ed against Adrlatioplo."
Ir. Dnneff and Al. Venllowis, necom
panled by the other ltalkan envoys,
were In conference to-day with Sir
Kdward Grey at the Foreign Office.
It was at this conference that thev
informed the Foreign Seeretnrv of
their orders to terminate the armistice. 1
BULGAR LEADERS TO CONFER.
King rerdlnnii.l nntl nlilnrl C.n tn
Meet f.en. 'nvolT.
(ptctnl Ciiblr Ur'txttch tn Tlir Sc.v
SoriA. .Inn. 14, King Fcrdinund nnd
the members of the liulgarlan Cab
inet will start nt midnight for Mux.
tuph.i Pasha to meet Gen. S.ivnff nnd
other Bulgarian commanders.
Iinis-in, Jan, 1,".. The Sofia corre- i
spondent siys the departure nf King
Ferdinand for Aiiistaplia Pasha must be
regarded as forwarding the renewal
of the war. Hut another Interpreta
tion Is that he will receive the .sur
render of Adrlanople, which s only
sixteen miles away.
Referring to the impending nirren
der of the place and th negoti.itl.lns
for Its capitulation, the conespniident
mentions h report that the chief dif
ficulty is the presence In the forttess
of the heir to the Turkish throne, and
that It would be extremely distasteful
for the ottoninnx to allow him to be
made n prisoner of war. It Is said thai
arrangements are being made to allow
him to escape,
HtllgnrJan commissary tinlns have
ceased, since January III running past
Adrlanople to Tchataldja
TURKS CAN'T MEET DEBT.
"Palarlea nf Offlelnla In lie siiapr n.lr.l
In llnlsr X.'I'JS.OU.-.,
IjOMkin, Jan. 11 Turkey lucked the
funds to meet the coupons on the lnan
ol S, but the ottonun Rank made'
arrangements to Insure the bank pav
ment of the inonei. j
H Is remarked that the sum due is 1
only $32f),0!!"'. which shows the depths
of the Porte's straits. It Is reported
that Turkey In order to meet pressing
needs will suspend the salaries of nfll
clflls for two months.
MINISTERS IN CONFERENCE.
Raaalan. Auxtrlan nml lluiiiiiiilan
IIHIelnla Meet nl line harrM.
Fpertttl Vnbl lienpntch tn T Sr
HuciiAKKST, Jan. 14. The Russian and
Austrian .Ministers had 11 long confer
ence with tho Rumanian Cremlcr to
iluy. H is believed that events are
shaping themselves for an amicable
compromise between Rumania and Hul
gurlu, U, S. BATTLESHIPS AT COLON.
Xlnr Hundred nllura Srr MkIHk
In the Canal Zone.
Cot.o.v, Jan. 14. The American hat
tleshlps Alichlgan, Vermont mid South
Carolina uml ten destroyers linvn nr
rived here, The warships will stay llvo
days nnd then go to Guantunamn. Nino
hundred sailors nrn sightseeing about
the Cnnnl Zone and Panama city
I'onr Ship for llninliiirn-tmrrlrnn
Sptrinl Cable tiitfintch tn Tai Br.v
Bkrui.v, Jan. 14. The Hamburs-Anier-Ican
Steamship Company has ordered
four now steamers for the American
painenrer service which are to be ready
IIi'm'IiiiiiM nml )nlmst f t lifir
Voles in (lie ('IwiiiiIm'I'
I I'OI.NTAItK 1.0SI Ni (il(H'NI
,llis Cmnliilacy lor Cliicf Knpcii
litc Unit li.v I in I'n I y ilc
..', .nlfi. tit r..K 1 (
Pun, .lull II. The rh.inibcl of
liepntieH to-dny Icelicled I'lesldellt
I'.'i II I e sell. met bv a Mile nf : 4 T. to 01.
Tim Suiatc teceledeil President Antonln
Dilbivst bv a nie nf J.'l to 51
Pleslilenl ppscliaticl lins been men
' lined ns a possible (,iiiill(lnti. for the
I 'I esldcnev of 1 lie 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 U- 111 siicci's-
s oil to Presldelf I'.llill les ' last
M'iif"s elect loll lie lei.ep( J92 Votes,
against "US' i,it foe Kilgene lUIenne.
'I'.. (li( he teielved .H.'i, against til cast
'or X.nllatit. Socialist. '
The S.icialisi Marie Kdnu.iril Vall
.111'. wliom the extreme SnclallMs have
letiiled lo siippoH for the Pi esidency
I c.f tlii- lcpiiolu .11 I'rlil.ii's election, on
'the til si li, ll'ot lei. iled lit Idles
; The te.sigii.itl.iii of M. M Illi' 1 .mil from
. llie Cabtiu t iit'teatl of slniillfylng seems
to hale 1 oinpllcateil the situation aris
ing oil! of the lelnstatemelit of I.teilt.-
Col. dii Patv de Clam.
I Tli feeluc Is that Al. I'olneate, th
Premier and Ihe hading candidate for
1 Pieslileiit, has losi gioiind seriously
since Stiiula.v. Ail attempts to try to
nseirtaln where the mles which Pre
mier Polncare h.us lost will go when the
N.iU.ui.il Assembly meets at Versailles
on l'ridav haio re-sulteil lu unsatlsfac
Some say thev will be cast for .M.
Dc'chaiiul, otlier.s tli.it thev will go to
M Cams, the present .Minister of Agrl
lu'tiire, who Is now onsiilereil the can
didate of the Socialist ntul Kadlcal
glolips Al. Tlleophlle Delca.sse Is re
gal (led .is a sure candidate and Al.
Dupuy's hat may also be In the ring.
Al. Deschanel after his .lection In a
speech urged tho Improvement of ie
publican machinery In prefetence to
"Personal power has cot France too
dear Hnd we should no' l.e tempted to
renew the exp. i l. iue " he said.
A striking appeal for the election of a
President nf the l'leneh 1. .public who
would tlillv represent the gtenliiess of
France and tint the Inn iesis of a party
or of 11 group of politicians was made
to-dny In Imls Pas.si. the ' father" of
the Chamber of Deputies, at the re
opening of the session).
NOT TO PRESS TARIFF ON FOOD,
Ilnnnr l,n Iceeiles to I'rnpnaal nf
II In rnllltu rrl,
,.. it 1 Itmpiitrf, tn Tltr. Siv
I.DNtin.s', ,lan. 1 I - Itonar Law, the Op
position leader, has acceded to the pro
posal of hN followers that In order to
save the party from disruption tho
question of the imposition of duties on
foniNtuffs be Hot pressed.
He wrote 11 lettei In which he says
thai he has .llscus-ed the ma'l.T with
the Al.iniuls of Luti-downo. the leader
111 the House of Lords, and that they
retard the priipnsal lint to Impose duties
on fond without submitting u at a gen
eral election as a very Important alter
ation of the policy of Imperial prefer
jetice In regard tn the colonies,
i The mndilicatlon, slid Itnnar Law,
docs no' seem to them to Involve any
principle the adoption wif which would
have preienti'd them from loyally sup
porting tile course of action desired by
the Memorialists, vho compose the ma-
Jority of the party.
Nevertheless, he sn.d. speaking for
himself and the Aiaruuls of Iinsdnwne.
It would have been more Ufreeable to j
themselves and In their view jetter for
the party that the change of method
.should have been accompanied by ,1
change of leadership,
A.s the .Memorialists express the
opinion that a change of leadership
would be fatal to the interests of the
party and the country they (Mr. Law
and the .Marquis of l.atisdownc) feel It
their duty to comply with the nspiest
of the .Memorialists, which they are
prepared to do.
FLASHES FROM THE CABLE.
Hkhi is. Figures made public to-day
.show thai in 1:11s the German penplp put
IS.Soo.OoO Into the Government's lottery
nml li civ uut 1 4 4.ooo,.0o.
IIiichski s Caught .11 l.t -t M n Andil
niont, iiieiiib.'i- nf the Helslan chnmber, ad
mitted that lie hurt ni.'oln the same speech
on the consular .sen l.e annually for thir
Lon'pos- So far Al.iKlstrat Wragpe of
Vork staiuls to loi-e $100. He pronuse.1
the town drunkards, men and women, IS
each If they wem not at rested In 1913
and all have made Rood to date.
Genkva, The piisons of Switzerland
have Weenie so crowded that In three
cantons the overflow convicts are lodged
lu the cellars of the. town hnll?.
Anr.AS, France Angela Hlenfalm, a girl
!.. jeurs of age, crazed by grief over the
death of her sweetheait, committed suicide
by throwing herself Into a nest of high
tension electt le wires. Before the eur
i.'iit could ho cut off she was burned to
Hei'.m.v. The l. 'i mail Government wa
asked to take immediate measures
to counteract the 11rtl1UI.il deamess of
coffee brought abiiit by the Brazilian
valorization system, by which coffee Ii
Unred In warehouse until th market Is
favorable for Its sale.
la Mattel, LtMtttea, Itll
M.-Tirt StU HtCMSJtdDW Tim im Ir-ld
, U a Gtouiae la Uafa Braakfui Tea,
NUti matt rap 01 04-1 tea iff y oirered
1 lea t te poaod thie lay olber at the ,
, pnea ova.
Ul ai nana Gracers
Order Trial PacSuce
tWaa, n . .
a w a. 1 (jpO
SUFFRAGETTES SEE VICTORY.
I nil 1 1 IT Oiilrnuea After I'renilec lu
ll. ninces ('iinfereace.
Vfc. 1 ,ihl ltrfnlit t. tn Till SI
L'ost'oN, ,l:lll, II Ala II V Hlifflag.'ltes
,ilo hopeful to-day that Hngllsh ivomeli
will haw the Voto In 11 abort time, fol
lowing Piemlnf Astillh's announce
meiil that depiitiitlons of women will
bo tfcelved in order to permit I hem to
give their views on the franchise bill,
This amounts to .1 virtual Government
i.e. ignition of the cause, say some, bill
others alo ad.lslng against undue opti
mism. The caiiipjlgn of outrages, however,
will be suspended as 11 nwull of tho
Government's announcement. Airs,
Kiniiii'llne I'.iukhuist Hitld to-day:
"Ah long us the Ministry seems dis
posed to give, us 11 hearing tlieio Is no
need for demonstrations. Fntll the
li.iiiclil-,' amendment bill Is voted upon
in the lleiisn of Commons there will bo
no fun her tnoies by tho women."
Vailoiis deputations are making prep
arations to-day lo glvo views before
the Government committee.
U. S. FIRMS AID OIL MONOPOLY.
lliilelienili'iil 4 oiicitii Will Cat
sin o.liii.l I'o 111 tan' Prlee,
Vfn,( 1 nhtt Dtipatrh to Tub Sin
IIriii.in, .Inn. 1 1. The Reichstag com
nilitee 1 1 which the Government pe
troleum liion.ipoly blil was refened held
Its llrst session to-day.
A lepreseiitatlve nf the Ministry of
the Intel lor appealed nml told the com-mill..-
that tm rlcan Independent con
cerns li.nl pi.ictlc.illy oflercd a snlllclent
Mipplv of ml lor the German monopoly
mid had also held nut a hope of supply
ing tho iiettoleitin at prices lower than
thoo now 1 barged by the Standard OH
Company In Germany.
The correspondent of T10: Si v learns
front a high lliiancl.il authority that th"
Kinks which expected to en pita I Uc iiil
organize the monopoly hm,. plven up
hope of the passage of the measure but
I- Is declared that the Rechtag com
mittee win frame some kind of a bill
which will be aimed at the Standard oil
CZAR FORGIVES GRAND DUKI.
Mnrunnlle If,- Made oiniless Tn
iii'ni- al l onri.
Mi'i' ',iblf rritt, tn Tint !i
Sr. Pi.TKiisiu i:.i, Jan 14 --Court gos
sip has It that the Car has yielded to
the insistent pleading of the Kmpri's
Dowager In behalf nf her favorite son,
Hie Grand Duke .Michael, who was dis
graced because nf his moreanntli! mar
tiau.'wlth l-'rau ion Wrubel.
The Grand Duke hi M leliablh-
tatril and both he and his wife will
slmrtlv appear at court 1'iau von
Wrubel has been granted the title of
Countess ()f llrassowa, after the Im
per.al domain In the Hrassow district
According to the gossip .slu- may be
persona grata, since the Cmr has not
hitherto given a Russian title to the
morganatic wives of other grand dukes,
who have had to he content with una
Russian designations. The Grand Duke
.Michael win nlso get hack the estate
which he lost through his banishment.
FRENCH ADMIRAL DIES.
M. r.nardrn ' Veteran nf lam
nalicii of INsrt In I hlna.
'fCnjf 'uf.tV llripitr'. iv Tilt Ms
Puns. Jan. II Vice-Admiral Palmi
Firmln Christian Gourden of ihp French
naiy died here to-day in his seventieth
year. in the Chinese campaign of
lis." he was In command of a small
gunboat which torpedoed and sank a
Chinese frigate and another war ves
sel at Shei-Cu.
Admiral Gourden had served forty
eight years in the navy. He was placed
on the reserve list .some years ago,
MISS MACKAY TO COME HOME.
Will Sail for r York With llir
Mother ,lnnuiir' t!l!,
'ifinl fufcjr lirttxitcK to Tan Sin
I'aiiis, Jan. 14. .Mrs. Clarence H.
Alackay will Fall for New Vork on the
22d with her daughter, who is now stiftl
clcntly r.svovered from her Illness to be
able to ."'.and the ocean voyage.
Airs. Alackay will go directly to Har
bor Hill on her arrival.
NINETY LANA0 OUTLAWS SLAIN.
Philippine ennta I'mUr Meal.
Fletcher I'llchl With Ilia; llnml.
MANILA, C. I. .Inn. 14.-A detachment
of scouts under Lieut. Fletcher, accord
ing to reports received here, came upon
a huge band of outlaws yesterday in
South Laiiau. A general engagement
ensued. One message from the scene
of action hivs Hint ninety outlaws were
killed. TJie scouts suffered no loss nf
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The latest of the famous holefsof the Ritz-Carlton
Am. . r J.,n-iniL I ' 1 1 ' 1 1
Biuupi.auuuiiuui ii loauiiiemjiiiiiusiraiion osmose
tunstKl nunc r . .-.,... ,
luiiuuii, rinu, LuiLrtr(C, cviAn-LCO-lVUro,
rwLt.:. HOME, BUtNOS
YVKK, FHILADE.LPHIA, Uc
Patrons of (his hotel and restaurant are aMwed
ine somo excellence
ion oi cuisine wnicn
, ; n ,i i
wnraii oio oiner
in cngiand, ine
curope, aoutn Ameiica
LEWIS GETS DIVORCE
FROM FANNY WARD
London .Money Louder Xinncs
American AHor in
)inul oblf lltnpalch to Tin Sis
I.0VD0.V, Jan. 14. Joseph Lewis to
day obtained a illvoice. Ills wife Is
known on the etuge as Fanny Ward.
The case was not defended, The core
spondent named Is John it, Donovan,
Iho American actor, whose stage name
Is Jack Dean. Ho acted with Miss Wu.nl
at the Hlppodtumo and the Aldwycli
Counsel for th husband .iM they
were married at Windsor In 1v.is, She
lived in a liouo nn llerkotev Suuare
, which had been given her by her hut-
When Mis Wmd made a lour of
America 111 l'.t'lfi, ho sjiil, she wrote him
fairly regnlatly und affectionately.
Afterward lief letters became cooler and
finally ce.'iM'd. When she leturned to
this country she did not Join her hus
band at Brighton, hut went back to a
hotel nt Hainpton Court with Donovan,
til the o.itly 'H'ls I'allli.i Watd a a
much pictured and talked about chord,
girl in this ni . When she was play
ing Vttpltl to Henry K, Dlxey's Ailnnii
in K, K, Rice's production of "Slnb.id"
she met young Clarence Kugeno Brown
Duko Brown son of I'dwnrd Al.
Brown, at that tlnio vlce-comtnodorn
of tho New Vork Yucht Club. In 1 s;:i
she sued joiing Brown for breach of,
promise nun her mother Hnrtert an
other suit for $inn,ooo for loss of her
The Mills were dropped and Fanny
Ward went to Knglnnd with her mother.
In London AIlss Ward got acquainted
with Diamond Joe Lewis, famous nti a
money lender ntnl holder of mortgages
on property of the nobility. LpwH
backed, her theatrical ventures, They
wete married In lsos. .Mrs, Lewis re-
1 tired from the stage, but returned to
I It In IVU3, Her most successful work
In Ihl country was In Jerome K, ,le
1 nine's comedy "The New Lady B.m
j took "
j ALFONSO TAKES BOLD COURSE.
( ..11 fern Willi I'olltlenl l.i'H.lrrs nml
(is Ina I'oiMilarlty.
s.ii,f ; inl.tr lititrl, 1., Tnr siv
AliutitP. Jan. II King Alfonso has
taken .1 bold ami unpi ecedeiited step In
the present political crisis. Ho Invited
the Republican leaders to come to the
palace and dim us social and political
problems Ith him. Senores Azcarte,
Roman y Cajal and Cossio arrived at 6
o'clock this evening and conferred with
his .Majesty for some time. Later In the
evening the. young King started for
Granada mi a hunting eMie.lliinn 1
crowd of Republicans nssemblcd at the j
station and gave him a big sendnff.
it is understood that the King Intends!
lo talk politics wli'h the leaders of nil
panics anil acquaint himseir with the
views of every section of the people. It
Is expected that among his next visitors
will I'" Senores l.errnux and Cablo igle
His Majesty's decision In this matter
has Increased his nlrendy great popu
larity and Is applauded n all quarters
except by the reactionaries, who are
shaking their heads and saying the
country is Rolng to the dog-.
BERLIN COPS TO TALK ENGLISH.
i Alltlinrltli-s Hrolrir tn l.nnk Iflrr
mrrlenn Tnnrlat ncttrr.
!. Cable hrapatel. to Tnr Si v
Benmn, Jun. 14. The authorities have
nt last tuken up the question of looking
i after the Interests nf the Imre.islnir
, number of American tourists In the city. '
It was announced to-day that Kngllsh
speaking policemen will be placed at tho
principal street corners.
These ollicers will be designated by
crossed American nnd Kngllsh colors
I on their left arms.
These positions are looked upon ns
lery desirable and many policemen nre
crowding the language schools In order
to niako themselves eligible for tho posts.
.'ir. 1-airict. i ampnell iiprralpd On.
."fecial Cable Pe'patrS tn Tint Srv.
Lu.vi.nx, Jan. 14. Atr.. Patrick A.
Campbell, the actress, who has been sicl;
for some time, underwent an operation
to-ila.i. Her condition ! said to be
Ulna tn Nprml Winter In Cairo.
Trriil c.ible lespatc'i to Tups Scv
Pints, Jan. 14. Gen. Porllrlo Diaz,
former President of .Mexico, has gono
to Calm for the winter.
AIR5. MADRID, NE.W
oi service and periec-
nas aiwais churac-
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Sale of Men's Shirts
values 1.50, 2.00 & 2.50
we commend these shirts to you as the
best values within the reach of 95c
I These shirts arc just from the maker, who is cleaning
out his stock and has sacrificed liberally in order to create
an immediate market for merchandise which is in the
way of his Sprint business. And the man who stocks
up with these shirts at this price is making a notable ad
dition to bis wardrobe al a negligible cost. Even though
you should pay from one-fifty to two-fifty for shirts at
this time, you could not better these values. You would
simply be buying the same shirts for more money.
I You can have your choice of Madras, percales and
cheviots, in smart stripes and clever figure effects. Plain,
pleated and soft negligee styles, as well as laundered
bosom models; attached and detached laundered cuffs,
and soft French cuffs, whichever your dear heart de
sires. Some have collars to match. All arc beautifully
made and finished. Sizes 14 to 18, and all sleeve lengths.
Men's 1.50 Pajamas at 95c
A wide-awake jopositiondedi
cated to the subject of sleep
I The difference between this sale and too many other
sales is, that there is just as much in this offering as
meets the eye. That is to say, the apparent saving is
0f actual saving. It is not the result of a mythical, arbi
trary piece of guesswork. These pajamas were in the
makers' factory marked at the regular wholesale cost
for retailing at 1.50, when the maker concluded to sell
them to us at a clearance figure and renew his activities
with a fresh pack of cards. And the man who buys
these pajamas at 95c is saving 55c on every pair and
getting maximum dollar-fifty value at that.
J Made of fir: Domct flannel, in striped effects and of
Madras, in plain white, blue, tan, hclio and gray. Collar
& collarlcss models, silk frogs and pearl buttons. All sizes.
Men's 4.00 & 4.50 Shoes
a clearance sale in which
everything is in your favor
Button, lace and Blucher models, in gun metal calf,
black vici kid, tan Russia calf and patent colt, with
single soles, or double soles to ensure a longer period of
wear. Standard 4.00 & 4.50 values, straight from regu
lar stock. A smart lot of models, & practically all sizes.
Broadway at 34th Street
Circle ToursWater and Rail
Circle lours are very popular in Europe and
are becoming to here. You can cover the
whole of the United States and break the
monotony of rail by part water travel. In
cluded is the 2,000 mile trip from
New York to New Orleans
On the splendid J 0,600 ton
Southern Pacific Steamships
Five dart at tea aaong the moil coofenial people
you ever met. Return by rail if you wiili.
a' l - . d:. l ! Ti ."i i a i
yuu ctci in ex, n crura uy rail li you Willi.
aS Rnunrl Trin 7fl BERTH AND MEALS Wk
rvouna i np u on ship included Jk
Salllags Wedandayi u Saturday-! '
ForLtrtun,Ritti.lrf,rmatloii,TUktl t ILB'.'
tni RutKctiom, Aiiitu, Phone of Call , -
Broadway 1188 Broadway 1 Broadwav kS '
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