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THE SUN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1913.
YONKERS CARS I
TO RUN TO-DAY
1 p-Siiitc Commission Brings
Whit ridge and I'liion
(T 1 1 S1DKS COXCKPK
rir:.;al Agreement lo Arbi
jMT.i.ir nKfinixo factoi,
Iii:;lit- of Pntrons PiTM'iitcd lo
Opponents Wlio Finnlly
J n'tie 1
trolley car strike
nil likelihood ntid
liave u chance to
n. . r
tip-Slate, Public Service Coin
n !'U a haiiil yesterday afternoon
perslsdently pounded a way at
t in Predrricl; W. Whltrldge of the
.,. niul a committee from the union
strikers that what amounted to
- were extracted fnon both sides
'M.iy Insure peace now and here-
. .its might have started this
- nly Mr. Whltrnlgo loft before
- toMtuI out whether ho would sign
. "'.ni. In lieu of that .i trail-
'i his st.tti'iiH'iit.s before t lie coin
.'i taken as his pledge, and a It
..I titin to t pew lite, the nicotine
i l union, which must first ap
he act of thr committee, could
held last night, it will hp called
nunc. The ear. can start twenty
s after the men fi'inrt at the
Crank W. Stevens, clialruiiin.
other Public Service Commls
got the two sides to con-out to
rttiv afternoon after a deal or
im to tin' main Idea was:
-t-Tlmt Mnrkoultz. the ex-Thlrd
I- hifl tor. whom Mi. W hltrlilgc
.1 mi'l'-vl "ii tie Yoiik.-rs road,
' - In llllllVcd. 11ns '.! th ' disc
- t 'ke. ! au-e the nie'i nil. He 1 that
.'ridge bail n piiiliulcil an .ngie"-
1. 1, with Seinr.il M ii.vgr Leslie
- id that niih Viml. t- men on th,
t -t would he tllk-II mi.
a - Mr WhltrtdKe will tint dls
. . r'.i.n in ii at whiiiii he is ii,.
I because of Stat, lllelllx lllHllo 1"
"The Choice of Men
See Them at
ENEMIES, IS LEADING
Caucus Shows Him Alicnil of
hulls in Pt'.'-iili'iitinl
M.MK. POINTAHK INSI'LTKli
The lain will -tart hn'il"dlately
local moon has ,iiji.-ov. it i f lie
nth. r differ, nce will he
hoard of aihltrutlun to
i In the usual niiitiiier mid all
s that ma atl-e ln-re.if ti r w II
same eoui sc.
If mi) iIliTeii lire" all" or have
w hu Ii iithei sUh may consider not
vie that iiue-tlull Is to he Mlb
I to ni liltl alien.
cadges thus given vwie regarded
, id as something "f a viitory for
I'll. In that they won thilr main
ntlon; hut .Mr Whittiilgo saved
If by sticking to his d termination
niter Into an agreement with the
nlon. The arbitration feature
i t.i satisfy both sides.
, "man Stevens made It plain i.t
it"- : yisterday afternoon in the
i.t in Tower that the oomtnls
w i n t sitting to make anv orders
-ii. anv ileerees. It was thele
! the third pirty In Intent t.
- :iv d to he lust sight of the
. public, and the Vonkers public
1 1 In r .Mr. Sti Venn said this and
i Mai tin S. Decker, .lames K.
. .! nn It. i ilmsted anil funis N.
he new 'oiumlssioiier. all
The chairman explained, how-
iHt i cerythltiK that oecurred
. ild I.e a part of the public rec
i I-.1 a- In any court. .Mr. Stevens
d his words to Mr. VVhltrldKf.
. .iitiik the table from him; to
am II. l'ltwrnld, a member of the
board of the Amalcaniated
i.,' ion of Klecttie and Street Hall
K'nployees of America, nod to
I ..ins, pre-ldenl of the local
union; t!eor;e lloldrn, John
iv.r.noi-s and Charles Ward, who consil
ium I commltlee of live from the men.
Vr Srewns m his llrst sieech said
TV. I .
"The men are wlllInK to tesimie work
pro hied conditions are as they wet
prior to Decetnlver 31. 1 i-itrnestiy wish
f-otncthlni; can be drafted whereby thejo
men ami the public tire assured of pro
tection." "That doesn't answer the question,"
said Mr. Steens. "Will you men re
turn to work'."'
"I have earnestly lirced these men to
return to work." said Mr. Wliltrldce.
it was about the llrst thine he hail said
at the meeting and the men back of htm
Brliiiud as lie spoke. Somebody said
soinothliiK about the uhhiultous Marko
wit, or Marklowlcz, and Mr. Whltrldite
"fill yo far as that man Is concerned he
has disappeared ; he has been lost p
"How about the men tired for no'
takliiR him out, ami how about the men
who are Koine to he tired because you
wete e,il;.d a pett.x trant'.'"
"I have said that certain men will be
discharged unless they tetract certain
statements," was the answer of the
lueslclent. "hut I inn now willlm; to
postpone consideration of that " This
turned Mr. Stevens aftet Mr. Whitrldc-
"Won't you withdraw that state.
meiilV" asked Mr. Stevens. Mr. Whit
rldne demurred, lie spoke of his re
spouslhlllty to the publle. Ills trust and
other things., but Mr Stevens Inter
rupted him with the question. "Won't
ou wtthiltaw if.'" Mr. WhltrldKe
started to talk attain, hut every time the
chairman or a commissioner would cut
lu with the usual uiie.-tion. There w.i
a colloquy of some duration, bill It all
Kt back to the one query, and finally
Mr. W'hitrldce ald:
"Oh. well. If 1 do It there will he a
strike inside of six months. However,
Mr. Stevens, 1 will withdraw the state,
"Then," announced Mr. Stevens, "it Is
acreed that the cars are to start to
"Not by .1 Juufnl!" exclaimed Mr.
"We want the restoration of condi
tions as they were prior to Uecetnliet
31, lru:'," said l'itzcerald attain, "and
an agreement to prevent any further
strikes." Kit.iterald said they wanted
it In writltitt too,
"Tin- records of the Public Service
Commission ate public r, cords," said
Mr. Stevens, "and they ore fully as
':ectlve as uny agreement." The com
mission then ottered the follovvinc as all
the attrecmenl necessary:
l'lr-t The operation of the load shall
be I. stored Immediately lllldel the em
plo.vmeiit ioiidltloii. prevailing on I'erem
ber 31, l!li', with all men then einplojid
leston-d to duty without prejudice to
Second Tie- eonipativ' and the nun
shall lotislder all matters In dirfeieiice
and ,uiy matteis upon which tiny shall
! unable to attr'e shall b" -tlbniltted to
arbltiatlnn by aibltiators select, d In the
Later there was ,i paracraph ailded
which binds the parties to sutunlt to
arbitration whether certain questions
should In- arbitrated. It was appatetit
then that the secondary point involved
was whether the line shall be unionized
or op, rated a" a closed shop.
"There are certain questions which
are n.t arbitrable," Mr. WhltrldRe
"That (an he submitted to arbitra
tion," said Mr. Stevens. He then
1 asked Mr. WhltrldKc point blank if lie
1 would accept the stipulations and the
answer was a partial acceptance. 1
am willltu; to submit to you, Mr. Chair
man, whether certain subjects are
arbitrable," lie said. There was a
little more seneral talk and Mr. Whit
rldii announced that he had to leave.
Mr. Stevens objected.
".Seems to me I've gone far enough."
raid the railroad man. "oh, we want
you to ko a little further," said the
chairman. There was a little more talk
and Mr. W'hltrldtte bustled out of the
room. He said he had another en?ace
ment. Thereafter the commission had
its troubles with the union men. They
wanted some sort of .1 signed and sealed
paper to take back to the union men
upon which they could vote. Stenog
taphers prepared a statement of the.
proceedings for thctn.
Mr. Sutherland before leaving said:
"We will start twenty minutes after
the men report."
A Building Secret.
The man who ncedi 11 new
building the muii who Is to de
sign it, nml the man who ii to
1 (instruct It, tnti.U co-operate from
the vety outset if the operation
U to be satisfactory lo the owner.
The IloKKon Single Contract
tinltr ttic Mfvicrs of nrrlitlrct unit
,ontrictor, otal Kunranttei (..ill.
Our .vt.'T.l' lagginn SlngUContratt
MeihotivJ UmlJing," vn MutJi.
Ih'schnnH's Sppcoli Sniil lo IIhvc
Hoon Aimed nt Kroncli
fp'rlal f'nMi Dfpnteh to Titr i"r
Pirns, .Ian. lii. Despite the peculiar
war waged upon him, Premier I'olncare
still leads lu the enucusslng lor the
Presidency, although ho Is but a few
votes ahead of M, Pains, the Minister
of Agrlciiltttte. who has been strongly
pressed to the front by the radical
Socialists since the l)it Paty do Clam
The vote taken In the caucus Ibis
afternoon was as follows: I'olncare,
ivfl; Pains. 174. Dlltiost, 107 . I lescll iliel.
". and Itlbot. f.'.'. These ballots will
continue until the meeting of the Na
tional Assembly on I'riday.
The .oHiiinf det Itrlmln -ays that
what it calls the atmosphere of "lltt.e
tattle, calumny, spite and mafic whUli
has been marking the campaign up to
the present will continue to the bitter
end." typewritten circular on note
pap, r ol the Chamber of Deputies has
been sent to all Senators and Deputies
uttacklng Premier Polneare. It leads:
"Down with the superman: no per
sonal power" The circular also Insults
M I'ams comes In for a "knock." The
circular says he was once an Inmate
of an nsvluiii for several months.
The opponents of etectoral reform who
have been attacking Premier I'olncare
for the past foitnlght as a win !i ).
dictator now s.n that M Deschaners
phrase against tile ece.s of personal j "
power Is an Indirect atliick on Pon-sh
care more than a leferen.e to Pilnce
Victor Napoleon's recent manifesto.
Whatever tuny l the result of the
balloting of the Itcpubllcan caucus to
morrow, it will not decide Friday's
selection at Versailles. Sm b a thing
as party discipline making nil mem
bers unite for tile man with tin ma
jority of votes does not exist in France.
The cauciisslng will only serve to show
how the members of the party site
The Journal ilrs Drhnls says there- Is
considerable betting on the P.ourse as
to the result. The odds are: Poiucare,
7 to 4, Pains. 7 to Descham I. 3 to 1:
! to , Dulvost, 10 to 1 . Dupuy.
1. Delcasse, 11 to 1, and llour
L'D to 1
7 K AST 4Uh ST , MTW YORK CITY
HOSTON NKW HAVEN CHICAQO
MONTH'S TROUBLES OF A SHIP.
at 34th Street
'npl'lo of Hie ii,m1cn Itnnm
sor of I tiliicUv ,vi,ue.
I'trmt r,t1,t? rrittc!t l lie. hr
ot i.i.sstow n, .Ian. lf. The llrltlsh
steamship Stiowdeii llange, from Phila
delphia Novtmbei- wheh lias had
suiii a icinai kable series i,r adven
tuics, seems to no a charmed ship.
The narrative of the captain, which
he 1. .Id tn-night. s.i.vs her troubles be
gan with Hu- loss of In r rudder lu a
tale mi I iii ember She wallowed
helplessly for four or live days In the
Hough of the sea with the crew all '
the time working, although vainly, to
make r, pairs, Thei rigged seven Jurv 1
rudders one after another, but all failed
to hold 1
on I vccclilhcr l!i thej sighted the!
Swedish steamship Vcsteiiaud mid
a-ked her for a tow. The captain ill - 1
cllniil. but offered to take the crew to
Philadelphia. No other vessel was seen
until the Welshman was sighted on .Inti
mity I. Meanwhile the coal suppl was'
"ning sin rt. It was eked out vvita'
announce beginning today
and continuing tomorrow
Sale of Men's Overcoats
S This sale embraces every model and style of the present season, in
cluding regulation coats, single and double breasted coats, frock coats for
evening wear and innumerable others; in a countless collection of this
season's fabrics, weaves and colorings, and tailored with all the newest
features as to belts, laricls and fronts. Unquestionably the most important
sale of its kind in New York today, as to variety of selection, authenticity
of styles, quality of workmanship, and liberality of values.
Former prices: $35 $38 $40 $45 $48 & $50
The wisdom of patronizing this
sale is too obvious to talk about.
wheat from the cargo. The vessel suf
fered much damage fiotn mo Inavv
.-'.i". Her hatihways wen- smashed.
hippid a lot of water ar.il siveral
members of the cii w were Injured The
Welshman stood by pluck!!, although
hiwser after haws, r parrnl. and she
dually got her near enough to yueen.s.
tow n for tugs to do tlie rest.
The advi ntiti s ,.f ili. Snowden
llangi mar i.iuceiistoivn were nmong
the mol serious of all. After she had
anchored in the bay and her lugs and
escort had ptm led to the harbor her
cables parted It was thought by the
cii w th it she Mould surely b" stranded.
She drift, l rapidly and narrowly es.
caput rock after rock, hut tlnally the
c:ipt,lltl got her stc.ldlid and succeeded
in getting the bout out of trouble.
Mveril turns she was drifting broad
side on the rock', and In r escape was
man , Ilous.
HOME RULE NEARLY
BZC0RB YAE m XCKS.j(3ERMAt,Y REFUSES TO
FORBID ARMY DUELS
Will !o to House of Lords To
niu'lit 1 1 oil It'll Di'liali' Hi'
H.mal robtr Hfulrh to Tun M v
l.osiiON, .lull, la The debate on the
homo rule bill probably will Ik- ended
in thi' Ilous,. of foinniuns to-morrow
night, and It will then pass to the
House of lauds win re it undoubtedly
will be difeatcd. llleiit interest Is
manifested In the debate and there Is a
great demand tor seats, which, how
ever, were all allorted a wrek ago.
It Is expected that the bill will pass
the I'oinmons to-morrow night. Theio.
Ilelrrmlneit Losses for MM
gureunte III. MIO, Olio.
,rrunl i ithtr Dt-p-itri to Tun Si
I laiMHiN, .Ian. 15, -official returns con- l
til in the prediction that the year r.'i
1 would be the most disastrous for ship
'ping since marine insurance began,
'neariv two and a half centuries ago.
j Tlie determined losses now aggregate ,
i $3.Vonrt.i0(. and It Is believed that when (
the undetermined claims are met tue
claims will total JtO.nOO.OO'), This ex-
eludes countless casualties to vessels
, not exceeding 500 tons. These num
. beted (1,031. of which 'J2S were total
I losses anil thlity-sl were posted
Lloyds as "missing."
Crews aggregating TOO men were lost.
Ten vesels went down In the north
Atlantic, with the Titanic of eotir.-e
standing out above all others, The
underwriters lost Jtn.oon.noo In the-e
latter ships. Notwithstanding the
IViloi'iil Council Roplios Xoa
tively to Hpiclistnft's
GIGANTIC LABOR COMBINE. POISON MYSTERY IN LONDON.
Huch Im IMnn ul ill Trndr I nlona
rjWenllli; Itelntlle of Nobility Hint
I VI sl,rl,uisl n( Hove Urluhfon.
rrtiil r,ih'r 'rwirA to Tun Si
Lomsiv, Jan. l.'i A poison myster.v
fipertal rablr ,wfr tn Tint rv
LoNtxiN, .lair. 1" According to thej
'nil Mall dafttr th" cooperative rrade I vv hli h m.iy possibly develop Into a full
mown tragedy is mo sensation ot
hour In Loudon.
I lice have denided to allow no bands to ( huge misfortunes every claim was met
j appear outside tlie Par llamcnt building. I fully. Premium", however, on both
There will be no lutertereiu e with the 1 Une'rs anil tramp Htenmshlj" were nd
' gathering of Nationalists to celebrate , vanced. Tonnage rates were also ln-
the passing of tlie bill, but there will ' tr,.rfs..
be no playing of "Clod Save Ireland" I . -.
and "Tlie Wearing of the (Ireen."
' nival meetings ate projected outside I
the National, Liberal and Constitutional
FIGHT AGAINST OPIUM EDICT,
icrial I'tiblr Despatch to Tim Si. v.
Hfiiu.v, Jan. 15.--Tho Federal Coun
cil has been debating for some tlmo
the resolution of the Heichstag adopted
111 l In May, 1912, calling upon the Imperial
Chancellor to put an end to duelling In
the army. Its decision, which was pre
sented to the Itelchstag to-day, Is tanta
mount to a refusal to do any tiling, U
d dares that measures for putting an
end to duelling can only bo adopted
when they ripply to all classes nnd seem
likely to effect a change In the universal
views In regard to the safeguarding of
honor. It will he recalled that thu
Kaiser was severely scored for his stand
on this matter.
In reference to the demand of the
Kelchstag that an ottlccr lighting a
duel or Issuing a challenge to oiit. shall
PUTITMAYO ACCOUNTS GONE.
1 ad been fifteen days since the
vv re running and the public has
' r. : tl's commission had studied
-' and It had hoped that each
vv. ild .see a. hcttlemcnt, and they
i . 'lied m alri. The commission
l. re to conciliate, and to help
the dllliculty. He believed the
- fitild Mart In the morning. He
te .v.. they would start if everybody
! n in the right wnj.
re Is not going to be any con
! "iv and personalities here this
it .i!. they are not necessary," he
s-. , "We want condition's restored
if v were prior to tho beginning of
' rike, and if they are not we
a- i . tell you that we are going to
: r. -poiislhlllty for it squarely up
1" -il. s."
' l.a.rman added that It was no
' i .i- personal feeling, no time for
r ii. nt against one mini or tho
0 i' ii was time to listen to the
' f public opinion.
I ti, curs and then take up
1 if. rences," ho wild. Then lie
ii. Charles Lang, the. president
' .d union.
L.viig, are you willing to go to
,.n iiio.se terms?"
i r,. Lang could answer I'ltr.gerald
.i .n I, is feet. "I wish to state our
i "ii." he began.
. 'i.n ih not necessary," said Mr.
I don't Intend to enter Into any.con
ro.erby," resumed KItzgcrald, "but I
v'sir to rniilte n ntatemcrit."
"No, vo do not think ii statement is
U' -ary." replied Mr. Ktovr ns again.
"Well, J think no," began I'ltzgcrald, a
11' ' heatedly.
"No," said Mr. Stevens, "put tho.
n. n back to work at once, as they wf'ru
month ago say yes to that proposi
tion and then talk about other tilings.
"What about thu future?" demuufled
"Let this llrst question bo divided,
... .,i.,,llm,i.il Mr
:?u" n1 ""', Ad. b- Lord ot Keum lo admit
ih. sanio'mood de'splto Mr. Fitzgerald them ns fellows on tho miine terms, oh
t'' innts to ay somolhlng. Kvcry tlmo men.
Hie Tiiiu- min surted toay anything Ix.nl Curzon announced that . refrr
M SL..ii. or on,, f.f the commission- enrtnm liv correspondence on thin sub
i s , n i Mjr "t: "Ihtt them buck to Jrct had resulted I.t 1.18 vfi.es In favor
vork," anS finally Kltwnli Mtt: jot dmlttlns women to 678 ugalnat.
Clinlrninn of iimrnii Company Te
'llHrx Thrr'rr .tlUnliig,
Spuria! Cattle IienpatcK to Tin: si
Lo.snoN, .Ian, I a. During to-day's
session of the Puliimayo Investigating
committee Chairman Roberts demanded
tho production of the a counts of tlie
Amazon company prior to February 4,
I!' 10, which would show the system of
bonuses which the section chiefs re
ceived on the amount of rubber col
lected by the company.
Chairman dubbin of the Amazon
company confessed that this account
could not be found. Chairman Huberts
of the Investigating committee Insisted
on ascertaining the figures, pointing
out tli" .seriousness of destroying or los
ing documents of a company which
was in process of liquidation. Mr. dub
bins repeated his Inability to throw any
light on tin- accounts, lie said they
wete ill order when lie letl tile ofllce In
Sopti tnlier. PHI, and Hint h- laid not
!, , ii,. urn Itubeiis thi ll demanded nil
ii... coi ri-snondeiico from tho Aranus ) 's,ll'
offices at Iqultos. and other places and
Mr. dubbins promised to do the best
he could to supply what wus wanted.
WOMEN ARE MEN'S EQUALS
1 1, HrllUli ltnnl ie,mrplilel so
ciety, by Vole of I. 'Ill tn 111,
Special lUiKle Petpatch to Tim Si s
London, Jan. lf, Women won unothrr
step toward equality with men to-day
when tho Uoyal (leogriiphlcal Hoclety
by u vote of 130 to 61 paused n motion
societies and trade unions of (J rent Itrlt
alu ure preparing to organl.e a huge In
dustrial combine which will affect about
four million workmen and Involve many
millions of capital. In the case of the
j tooperators alone this Is expected to in
The si heme, which it Is admitted has
not jet gut beyond the inception stage
and which will take years to produce;
practical results, alms at coordination
of all unions. The cooperators propose
to organize for educational. Industrial
and political purposes. Their aim is to
-eenre ultimate control of Industry and
commerce and thus enable the worker"
to solve the problem of labor unrest by
the nationalization of Industiy.
The executive committees of the vi
rions unions concerned will meet early
In February to decide on the outlines or
CAN'T GET DIVORCE IN FRANCE.
I'nrU Court Hefe lo llenr 'miiuel
Sferill rtlKle f)etp1tefi fa Tiir s,
Paris, ,lan. l.'. The tribunal of the
Seln to-diiv decided that It was In
competent to trv the divorce case of
Samuel Slater, n New Knglaitd mill
owner, against his wife. Iloth ar
Americans nnd the court stated that
Mr. Slater had lived nowhere In France
long enough to establish a domicile.
It was Mrs. Slater who, through her
lavvver. interposed the plea of lack of
Mr. Slater sued for a divorce. His
wife was Alice Maud Spiv, whom lie
mairieil In New York on November I.
K'01. II if suit was based on the
grounds that her "Independence of
manner In tin way liartuoiiled with
the position which her husband gave
her." She was charged with being
o erfrlendly with a young Hngllshman
nt Nice In lill. It was charged that
she klSM'd ibis man in tlie presence of
the hotel servants,
Mr. Slater also readv to prove
that his wife had travelled lu (Icrmany
with a c. Main Frenchman, so ho
alleged. Mr-. Slater's challenge of the
competency of the court was sustained.
EXCITEMENT OVER LOTTERY.
Veeldenl lo liispeeKir at MrnnliiK In
ll,nr Causes I iirmir,
Special t'nble lietpittel, to Tim Si v
Flo mi:, .Ian. I.".. The lottery In con
nection with the Home and Turin ex
positions of 1 1 t - was drawn this aftr
iiooii at the Argentina Theatre, which
was Jammed with excited people. The
prizes amounted to more than $too,0li.
There were numerous Incidents, .lust
.before the drawing a notary who was
; watching for the Stale slipped on the
and was seriously Injured. This
was regarded as an evil omen and pro
voked an uproar list well us Impreca
tions. There were demands for n sub
Htlttitn us the olllclal ivpi esenluth o anil
a now notary was hurriedly substituted,
The owner of the lucky number which
drew the llrst prize of J.100,000 was pot
present, at which tho crowd wns nreatly
disappointed. It Is rumored that ono of
tho Pope's sisters drew the second prize.
It is not likely that tlie names of the
winners will bo divulged, us this would
lead lo blackmail, robbery and begging
lu Si pteinber of last year Hugh l'rle
Trevanlon. aged 27. a grandson of Sir
I'anli l Cooper, a cousin of the K.irl ot
Sir.ithtiiore and iiImi related to the Kight
Hon. Walter Long, t'oruii rly prcsnli nt
of the local Ciovernnn nt I'.o.ird and a
leading Conservative rin inb. r of Parlla-
liu nt, and Loul Northland, died pre
sumablv from an overdose of veroual.
Curiously enoiiu'h nt the inquest, at
which a vrdict was teturned of death
through M.isadveiiiuri . the question of
holding a post-mortem examination was
decided In the negative.
Minion's molh' r was dl
the decision and got permission from
Home Secretary McKetina to have the
body exhumed for the purpose of dls-
cltibs, where bands probably will be al
lowed to play patriot!.'" alt's. The near-
thejnes.s of these clubs to each other In
ert ases the probability of a warm time.
On the forma! motion to-day for the
third reading of the bill Atthtir .1.
I'alfoiir presented the ottiiial I'nlnuist
motion tor i eject ion. His speech was
llllnr.r Troop. Meet Til. Ml., ml Ol,- ; ,,u" " ,nP
i desrath, or Federal Council, says:
Jeelnr. In Field. T,i Willed. ..T, Imllctloir of such punishment on
.pennl i nble Peepatcli tn Tin: Siv an otlleer who on Ideal grounds has
Shanuii.m, .Ian. l.i. The suppression , risked his life In .safeguarding his honor
of the opium tratlio Is causing trounic i would be absolutely unjustifiable and
at many places. The latest outbreak i Incompatible with the pi Inelples of tlie
was when tin omciais oi i neug-io. civil ana military penal codes."
an appeal to the country to realize J were visiting
the risk It was running in allowing tho ' ;,1MrU.t , (,nf(.,.,
covering the cause of death.
It appears that shortly before coming
if age Tn v.uiloii .suffered severely from
Insomnia, after which he became ad
dli ted to tip ure of drugs. At tlie time
ol his de lib he was sharing a luxurious
tint at Hove Krlghton with a friend of
th" name of Hoe.
I'll the night of his death Trevanlon
retired early. Later on lie told Itoe, who
had gone tn ids room, that he had taken
all overdose of veronal. Till' question
to be decided is whether the veronal or
some poison was self-admlnlstered ot
otherwise The dead man was worth
GERMAN "FRONT" ADVANCES.
Ilniclniid Worried at Proposal of
Xcro snl Hcllutilnnd,
tpertaf iibtr hCMiiitlrl, to TlIK Stx
Lomhix, .Ian l.'i. That section of the
lingllsh press which is In n iierpetu.il
stale of scute ov-r (!, rman aerial de
velopments tot a fresh shock to-day at
the announcement In thu llerliu news
papers that diituany is about to erect
at Heligoland a wonderful station lor
naval airships. There Is a deep hollow
on the island of Heligoland called Sap
skuhle. in which it is proposed to build
a huge hangar, which under normal
conditions will lest nn the bottom of
the hollow, but cull ! raised to the
level of the surrounding land tor the
(iitrami and exit of airships. It will
ills.,, . able to revolve so that It may be
used iii anv wind.
When the hangar is depressed the
l oof will bridge the hangar completely
so as lo make it scarcely perceptible
f I III above with II View to ptotectitlg
It 1 1 1 Hi I bomb dropping by hostile aero
planes. As Heligoland Is loo miles nearer
Ciie.it lliiiaiii than the (lei man main
land, I loin which point it is known Hint
at least one '.eppcllii iiliship made a
night lllght over soiitheiisl Kuglntid, (he
i'eutonphobiK here already see the
air lb ' l
lull to become a law. He said the
present ilovernmcnt had duped every- !
body, tli" principal dupes being the
Nationalists, who thought Ireland bad '
been made a nation by this bill. The j
Lngllsh citizens, he sniil. also were under
the erroneous Impression that they had i
lull .Mr. I re- i secured political peace. He comijiired
itlstleil with the case of flster to the rebelling
Premier Asquith said he was satis
tied that the Utleful itillnenees which
had kept the two countries apart would
be exercised Ivy the bill.
During tlie debate on the home nil' i
bill In th" House of Commons to-night I
tin otllclals of
.leu. chow and Klen-chow. escorted by
tlie jioppy grovv
They were met Ivy n thousand armed
objectors to the law, and a tight fol
lowed during which two persons were
killed and many wounded.
LINER OCEANIC DELAYED.
Her Wlrelmn Apparatus Three la
Out nf Commission. 1
eirnaf Cable Derpnteh to Tin. si x
1"i.ymoi th, ,lan, lii. The White Star,
liner Oceanic airlved at Plymouth this'
She was delayed slightly by the tierce
storm which has beep prevnlllng on rhe
Atlantic. For three days her wireless i
A serious question raised at the time.
of tlie discussion was in regard to
otlieeis who lieenuse of religious scruples
were opposed to duelling. The reply of
the Federal Council to the demand that
no ofl)cer shall be dismissed for refusing
to light a duel Ik a bare assertion that
the question of the appointment or dis
missal of an oflleer rests with the Crown.
Mr. Patrick Cn nip bell rrnsTeaiilnir.
Speciot Cable Detpatei lo Tint Hrv.
Lonpon, Jan. 15.- Mrs. Patrick Cnmp'
bell, the actress, who was operated on
at a nursing home yesterday, Is pro
Ki casing us well as could be expected.
I she could not report herself.
' I'rUnnrr' tirln I lnl Thine "hntT
Ilia Above the Table.
"Where's th" prisoner?" asked Magis
I "Here." said Detective Ilondero be
fote the rail of the Tombs court jester-
to look while I
tttii. ...i,.r i.n, i.. ..-i.i
. '., ' "' . r' ' l-' ." " apparatus was out of commission and
using ine nnaiiciai provisions oi inc , . , .
measure, accepted tlie bill as a whole.
mts" JUDGE CAN'T SEE SMALL JAG.
Ion that a general election would be
necessary before it became n law and
said he was convinced thai if tlie Irish
case was put dispassionately before
l-hisllshmcn the verdict would be favor
able. He made a plea for general concilia
tion, saving; "Let tlie Karl of Dun-
raven. John Kedmond. Sir Kdwnrd Car- , Tlie astonished Magistrate looked at
son and all the living cx-Secretiirles of I the police olflcer standing alone and
Ireland get together and the whole ' then nt the papers,
problem can be settled. Carson has, "Hut Where's Charles C.llmore, 30
onlv to sav the word and lie will he the I years, of 71 Itowery. charged with In
tlrsr Irish Premier." T.ils Jab was ! toxlcatlon?"
,.i ,.. vir i- ..m.i xviib whonv Mi- ' "Here." came a happy voire.
, ,'iiri..,, iu I., ,,iiii, '.,1 .iceoe.1. Tlie court stood up
I'ostneister.deneral Samuel reidlcd attendants rapped for order.
to Mr. il'llrlen. He defended tile linail-,
clal pads of the bill and said he feared j
the uncompromising attitude of tin
opposition would prevent Mr. o'llrlen's
Idea of a settlement by consent, other
wise the flovcrnment would welcome
J. 11. CtiJilpbell, I'nlonlst, placed
the views of the I'lster Orangemen
befoie tho House. He said thai he sup
posed that by a policy of trickery and
coercion the Crown had been Induced to
consent to the bill. Ill that case Hie
men of I'lster would have to take care
of themselves. Tho bill, lie imld.
would lint settle the Irish question.
Tin- ph.vsloal force Nationalists of Ire
laud and America would not bo placated
by nn thing slnut of separation from
tlie Imperial ( lovernnient.
The debate was then adjotirnrd until
RAPHAEL PAINTING FOR SALE.
URANIUM STILL AGROUND.
All Ulempts Thu. I'nr li. Move Her
IIai.ikvx, N". S. Jan. 13.- The .steam
ship Cranium is still hard and fast on
tlie rocks at Cheliueto Head, to-ilay'a
attempt to pull her off having failed
The sailors will now run two anchors
out from her quarter and wait for an
easterly gale to Ihuiiioc her off the
shore, where she hangs by her how
URANIUM PASSENGERS HERE.
1(17 Arrive With Sot a Slualr Tnla
or llarri.hlp In Milpirreek,
I'oily-tvio cabin mid 12, steerage passen
gers ol the steamship I milium, which ran
ion a rock off I la I it ,iv Sunday, arnveil a
llie liniiid Central Slstlon hi s:.1o o'clock
lsi night and were iner by friends and
representatives of IiiiiiiIhimih societies
There were no Inles of himl-hlp,
not her gioup of .!:., will arilvethis morning
Hloa.om Sreley Divorced,
Supreme Court Justice llendriek heard
teKthnony yi-stcrihty in the suit oi Joseph
, , - ,ii,i-ii, I in ill e iii infiiii Kn , mi i, uivuin-
nisi level , from blossom Seelev. an actress, on the
with the table was Cllmore's grin. ground ot misconduct wit li Itube Maniuard,
"I used to lie Iii a circus vour '"'r vaudeville partner, and announced
I i ma to w in a ciruis .vour f , ( , ,
Honor, he explained, lie was tlned $t. decree.
at the inerov of the dermun l
BRINGING CONSUL'S REMAINS.
txhes "f lloil.v of I'll ii I Xnsll (it on
pei oil I able Hrtpntch to Tin: M x
LiinI'iin. Jan. 13. Tho ashes of the
body of Paul Nash, (lie I'lilteil Stales
Cousiil-Cictiiial at Itudiipcst, who died
recently In London, are being forwarded
to New York on the White Slur steam
ship Majestic, which Killed to-day from
NEW COMET DISCOVERED.
Onlclnl v.lriiii,iuier of Mnllh Alls,
trnlla II. Finder,
Sperwl I utile Deipotrli to Tine Si s
Mki.hoi list-:, Jim. IS. Mr Lowe, the
oltlcmt astronomer of South Australia,
ha discovered a new culiiot,
r"T,il. (1(1(1 Asked for Cnuxaa SmUBicleil
I 'roil, llnl
Hterm' f ible ltrpati-h to tnr. Six
Lo.xi.oN, Jan. 13. H Is iiuderstood
that tlie Madonna de Ouercl.t painting
by Itapliael, which was discovered by
tlie Loudon iS'(imiiim( yesterday and
which Is said to have been smuggled
fiom Italy, Is owned by a syndicate
which Is willing to sell II for $750,O00.
NINE LOST IN SHIPWRECK.
Ilu..lnii llnrk llrlveu t.liore nn Hie
. r I Ii n in lie r I n n d ( im .1 .
Lonihin, Jan. 13, The Kusslan bark
California tan into a gale to.ilav on
the Noiihunibciiniid coast, was driven
ashore nnd wrecked with u loss of nine
of the crew.
Seven men and (lie inptiiin were res
cued, Tlie wreck occurred shortly after
tho California, whlrli was of 2 liil tons
register, had left die Typo with a tun
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