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HOME RULE BILL
PASSED AT LAST
lliMixf 'f CommnnsSnnctions
Mphmuo Willi a Majority
( , ( ) MS X ( ) W TO LOR I)S '
Thin Hody Sure to Reject
1 1 Must He Passed
Willi M'KNKS IN
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i h.'-nii- f ittv.M-nm.Mit Tnkon
i O11M1I0 I monies Ap
pt'nr t'ri-st fill Ion.
. n ' it'.'r Pi 'Ml'1 in Int. ?i
Jan. K Amid scenes of fp - '
! t'lp Irish Nationalist!", wlilrh
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' , '
.vrnmcn' coalition, the home rnlo
,..pl if third roadlnc and th j
i.isp mi the 1Ioiip of Summons
i'-t a majorlt of 1 10
. and wa
' iimiediately to the House of !.onl
i t. !!. climax of a debate which
' i'- tlft-twii das Hvery pos.
c - n had beni whipped In and
II .-" was crowded
"r Law. thp leader of the Uppo-
and AiiKiistin" Hlrrell, the Chief
u f.r Ireland, were the prlnci-
n the Hnal encounter The Tnlon-
-id'-r while admittlns that he had
re h us new to .-a . reiterated his do-
o,,' innvictlon tint no rebellion
" .M 'e hettet justified than oiH b
ei asainst the new Irish I'arlla
.' He said he hnen that I'lster
i re - -1 and she was bound to smc-
1 ' '-aus-o the I'lster men were ready
i heir lives for the cause If
. ndted men were 3hnt down In the
s of Helfast a thousand more would
1.. til-. n.e .i,... ,.1 .1.
"n the Uovermiient
hiof Secretary Mlrtcll ttituiserl
F ..11 Law forattemptine to Iwlntleand
n.t denlnp the pxlstence of the
v inillst movement which for .wars
a t-een the soul nf Ireland He did
' 'ten. that the i'lster men disliked
ptopoied Idea of an Irish Parlla-
' even adm.tteil that if the I'mon
: irs of opprcrs on wi re verified
" t'lstei m n would !o Justified
'fftni: resistance, tun h" asked how
' tbe present mode of sovcrnment
'nie indefinite!. Nobody eipt
- .shmen. be declared, would tnlorate
pic-em ridiculous state of thlnits.
Chief Secretary appealed to the
i .Mtmn to help the c;oernn.ent in I',
Mt 111!.: e,tmanilnl,. ......Ul
.- ... i. ituvi, M ui irii.
i amendment of former Premier
to icjcct the bill was then for
- ibmitted and a division taken
'ie was 2.".; to 3SS ncain t the Mp.
moment the flump., were ;)n-
ed the Irish Nationalists sprang
ht.r feet and hecan . heerms
c.'., ..." ,".
...... .(if,-i- rtliu Hie I. III.
toiued them in the enthusiasm
' inonlsls sat very jtlum and silent.
dn islon on the third and final 1
i. wasthen taken and resulted In I
"i o',. 10 in ta or or the pas-
'tie hin. the announcement of I
' e was lecctved with .1 tenewed I
' 'i.i heefs ,
"i.p Minister Asqiiith. mi return-!
.' -fat after tlie sei-nntl oiMsion. :
' ' . u c-eat mallon. As soon'
' ll'dmnnd ret jri'.eil 10 h:s sea1.
""'I member elleu. "Now cheer1
eader." at which thr
-ll l',nt.., .11, U 1 Vt
r- V, ,.js, .IOI1II
i I tn.-n ailed upon his followers
re.. , hiers for th- late Charles!
" I'arneM They were niven
r'heer.s for Mr P.edtnond and
' . democracy followed,
aw..... a dente crowd of Irish
' "'s In tlie oater lobby cheered
r ' 'n ' imulto.is fashion When
' 1 'e:i.iy Perestrine Ilhett. the
f '" House of Commons, started
bill to the House of Lords.
r- n'htisiasm war renewed and a
-k i'i. cession of mcmbeiH. mostly
a impanied him.
" -.' II , use of ,ord held a special
i ; receive the bill and In ac
" .intr with the usual form it was
' l " the first lime and ordered
The Lords immediately ad-
tna nnty In the House of Cnm---
consisted nf IMS Liberals. S2 Irish
' nlist. Rd .it Iiborlte.s. Two
ra.s opposed the bill. Robert
Vnerm a Liberal member frnm Dur-
vim was. In favor of the measure.
i -'"d upnn helnir hrnuKht from a
t"d to support the hill and was
- '"i Into th. lobby. Kdward .1. Kelly.
Vafonallsi left the Dublin Hos.
U'l travelled to London attended
a nurbe The only Nationalist
" .n th final n ln was Joseph
" Nannetti. tnrmbep for the
' 'i-e flrren Division of Dublin, lie
, "ent because he was stricken
'a is to-d,i .
thousand! of pooplp who a.e
i " of both parlies waited nut-
" House n a flrizzlhiK rain to'Pany '
rip. pre shioiied ho, th. I of
c good ht.morei and kept the later on received JIO.OOH.
r.,- police prohibition against Sir John resented the suggestion,
l a' mg rival airs was respected. , wh'cb he believed was conveyed by the
were in strong force and iiiestlou. thai there wjs anv thing slg
)' I iheeimg ami booing greeted ' nl IV ant In these Increases of his salary.
of , no divisions the crowds,
, e manicuvred to separatp the
:onss. wmcn insisted upon
itrior" in .nuiinai, Mnr-rai
i . i . . ,
iis,,,, on.il ciuos. 1 nrre was
' hrering outside of the former,
" aiilciphted speochea were not
' ' red-
. Sni.th. the l.'nlonlst member for
' "onl. who ban bitterly opposed
" of the (Jimsil'utlonal Club, He
' ' ''e fate of the bill would not be
' i bj the House of Commons, but
,n litreets of HplfHSt There u'ns
enthusiasm and the singing of!
r-i'-n'ir sonns, hut order vvas not dis
"'"I in any vxy. This was doubtless
fbi the newspapers In coming out In
"'i'i1 'spion to any demonhtration.
"Pere rag an excited manifestation
against thr Mil in Helta! There was a!
ucinonstratlon In lite streets and n copy
iif Ihc lill) was 'turned , tragic fury.
There h n.i rml.HB. however, nnd th
trinp? v!iii worn .11 Mic hanacks, wera1
nut ca"eil nut. I
I The l.ord.j will undo., b'ed.v ipIpc the
b.ll I'nder Hi.. Pailiiimpnl'act It will
como hack to tin- I loin, nf Commons
aml If. r--' ' .. hmw-uiu sc..
i nunr iij mm ihmiv wvi necome n law.
with the tny.i! assent, without 'ho con-.
, rtir.-ciKo (1f tho House m Lords This1
process mill occup.v etween oiip and
I inn lonrg
"', T tm,E RULt2 pm 'lDt:s ;
I'nrllittiirnl to Mb Up l.ana for IVane,
Order, tin ml (io eminent.
Mr AMiutir. home nil hill pro.
vide for the establishment nf mi Irish
Pa:!. anient, consisting t n Senate and 1
,n House of Commons with power to
jnial.n laws for the pence, ontir
booii government of Ireland It pro
,.., ,,, ' Hint thp matters In In- excluded
iroin tpo control of the Irish I'arlla-
ment nro tho Crown, Dip nrtny and
ni'v.v. imperial affair.", tho Irish land
L", "a,'' ,,n'1 ""' "K" """" n,1,rARi. HAN M,I(tHT
..loimi iiisniuino 11CIS. II1P jriSII Con
slabulnry. tho post other savings banks'
land public loan. In addition to thop
ccludrd by th p homo rule bill of ISM, .
"nun irrt the customs under tho run. '
trnl of i hp Imperial ciot eminent
limlslon is tnailp for thp protection ,
of lelm-lous equality In Ireland.
1 '"' ,r,I,n Senate Is to consist of
''"rtv niPiubpr.", and thp IIousp of lien-
ri'ptitntl.pv of Ifit, of which I'lster Is
tl 1)1U( ,fty.nlnil ,, . ,.,;.
tl.-f two. Tim 1(34 toprp-pntatlvp-. bip
tn lie pi td from tnimtltupni'lp h.i lno i
n P'pulaiUni of more than :;.00.
pvpi-,i Itupottant amondnipnt havp I
i ..i.i i.. ... ... . ..........i..
i n" z: ..;",.;;; ; Z ; .
pottlonal tpptpsrntaticn In
pnclc whlili rpttirn tin-'.-
UIPIllllPIM to thp Houp
OLIVE MAY WEDS A NOBLE.
(ilrli trlrrss HrlUe nf l.iirH Vmurt.
Ilrlr In larialiiilr.
Spennl I'abSt lt'r"' " Ti Sin
I.onpos. Jan. l niie May. late of
ih" 'Sunshlnr C.ur at the (;aet. tvlin
w.is described to the MrtRlstrnte as IT
ear- old and the dhUKhter of tteortte
Meat.sard. a Jeweller of Kenlncron.
was married to-diy at All Saints
chinch in Paddiiifcton to Lord Vlctnr
William Paset. thp heir tuesumptle to
"Ui'iui!" f Anelee
. ,iHMt. l"-L-aution were taken to kep
the weadhiK secret but the church was
111111 1 11 nif K 1 1 1, ;
The lirlfle was iliesSe, in a brown
sklit with a coat and hat to match She
also wore n sable stole and nuifT Thpre
were no bridesmn.ds Cajit (iooilllff,.
aeled a ...t nian
The MamuW of Anelesev mule th
couple a u odditis present of t,-..ooo a
STEAMER WITH 455
ON BOARD ON ROCKS
I I.HIIilfll oil Portuoilfsp Cnst
. "f. 1.
I'i Hrlicveil UrouiiPil
'p ..1 1 lifrt? n 9 si.
oeor.To .Ian e. The British steam
hip eii.ne-e with passencers,
:'"" ""' entrants for
Amejua. was driven on the locks at
Moanova. .cviii miles north of heie.
eere 2ae at o'cli'k this
"teamer left urn etetinv for
l.elxoeu after has Int! embarked 120 pas.
senceis for Hllenos Ayjes.
Her position is said to lie etremel
dangerous,. AttemptM weie niade to res
cue her iasseni;ets throuichout the day
but tlics were unable to I each her The
seas were breaking oei the boat on
the danceroiis i'.i.t and some vessels
,. ... ,,.
II II II Ill.tO' .IHMIS l' It'lllll IIIP I11S-
tressel ship weie smashed on the rooks.
The life savers ate tryins rocket lines,
but the result Ik unknown.
The latest leport is that she will
probably lx" lost, but nothlnK Is known
rc-'ardlnc the fate of thp paysonKer.s
and crew Several steamers have left
S'ico for her assistance.
Vtno. Jan 16 -The Dutch steamship
Hollandla. Just nrrived here, reports
that she stood by the S'eronese for five
hours, but the seas were runnlnK so'
hlKh that she could Rive her no help.
When she left eighty-four of the pas
sengers had been landed, but It is feared
that In the first transfer sixteen were
drowned. The Veronese, according to
the Hollandla. liar, broken amidships
and Is In momentary danger of being
smashed by the waves. It Is believed
here that the passengers and crew
PUTDMAYO RUBBER HEARING.
Mr John PepM I.UIer-Kaje, Who
.Married mrrlc. TeMIBri.
piel ral,lt lUpnleh to Tnr Si's
I .on pon, Jan. 1. Sir John Pepys
Llster-Kaye, who married Miss Yznaga
of l.iulsl'ana and New York, was a
witness to-day before th" commission
whl' h Is Investigating the Piitumayo
He was closly uuestloned In regard
appointment as a clerk wnen ne
was sent to the rubber district to look
Into the accounts of the Amazon com-
a saiar.) oi "" e
,i iT.ft a i in ;
return ie was appoiiuen "ren-nif
the company at 15,000 n year and
Another I'nrne.ii l.lner n.tieren.
L)cKrNSTOWN'. Jan. io.-inr r iniriw ,
unor avhih, v inni wiim h-mh rurj (.
D.ii.m nt nrnnrl Vior t ri.dn V rlti. "
101 . "-'."" " "" '. -".V'
r.ii.ri s.n nni'f in ii i f r iii uu in ttiiu wun
badlv lttored up. Her captain and I
five of her crew have been sent to a I
hnsnltal. This makes four Kurness
liners in tnree wooks mm nave put
Into Queenstown. the Avnla, the Al-
merlan, the mpon ann tne unowden
KlnK'a "on t'nmlng to Weal Indira,
special fnhlr lutptiich to Tnr. Srv.
London, Jan. 16, Prlnce Albert, aec
I . - ,.,.. rw 1 ... ., I .
't'o'-vislt the iWdHTa. and nadi
will Join the Duke of CiimberlnmJ on '
a bougolng training hlp to-morrow for
n six months cruise tn tne canaries
and Wc3t Indies,
THE MARCEL WAVE
Wc arc the organization
which has put the crimp in
And that is too much of a
foct to be facetiously meant
U the actual figures or sta
istic if our Qch'evcments
were 'o he published, it would
astound propev owners to
earn of the remarkable records
re have established jh the
corc of Time.
The money wc have saved
to ur clients thereby, would
also make interesting reading.
II IRII II II I II lllll
m - - ! Aaas AJ&llJ,
LEAD ON POINCARE '
l.',.,,m., ..,:,. rtlin.ltl. ff!
' " ' lon,lp, hXpPCfs Mlfff-
rirnl Support at To-
II 1 tilt ! fw.i i i ii'
' ' -1
rrmv Vviim ihutovK aIIhmI
A i!H inst Prcs.Mil liiciiinliciil
ltrta1 abtt Iifiiwt". f.TMt st v
Pakis. .Ian IS - Tli mr.mhr ,. it,'cnr,t to an offer of territory which M.
various polltlca. parties forming the1''"""'"" d, clar-d cou'd not be accepted.
majorities In the Senate ar.d Chamber of '' -'""V V," , ";''""' n"
Uep.it.es cast a third ballot In the Joint !,: '" a" ""-"" '"
caucus to-da. The Senate and Cham- -rile iienotlallons between Itamanl.i
ber of Deputies foiin the National As-! and Ibilitana hae not pro?res.d fas -.emb;
which meeis r-t Versailles to- ' orab'.y. bat they hae not been rnp-
morrow to elect a President The third
ballot aave Premier Polncare. 30?; .lules
Pam. Minister f Acrlculture. 323; i
Kelts I'.lhot. i! . Theoph.'e Delease. the
Minister of Marine. and Paul De
chanel. President of the chamber of
The followeis of MM. Polncare and
Pams profess eipia) satisfaction with
the rest, of to-day's u, The up-,
Dorters of the T'rem er maintain th.it
Pams's 313 vots are the maslmum th t
lie oati poll to-morrow, while .M Poln- 1
are's 309 will be Increased li a so'ld
majority of those who were n'it tepre
sented at to-da's caucus from the o
cialists liecause the Pi line Minister Is
pledued to proportlon.it representation.
Prom the Itishl he Is espected to pet
more votes throush the relnstate-uent
of I, lout. -Co', da Pat de C,(m and.
more from other members of that party
who. while thev might be satisfied with
Pams personally, r.inn l votp for a man '
behind whom stands formrr Premier'
After the vote had been declared
Combes collected the former Pilme Sim-
-ters. MM. Harden, Clemeiiceati, Call- necess.ir he hoped that an etll- s for be.iihu rags and soaking dust
laii.s and Hontls. and other proiii.nent ll,'"t "lajoritv would be tetuined wn h i .oihs from open windows. U Is nothing
members of the part opposed to M. w.mld put public weal above pt :ate , l. ss than an absolute disregard for the
Polncare and urged that parlv disci- Interests He went on to saj . I neighbor1 health, he said. Dust elo-.hs
pline lie exacted b his withdrawal In 'Constant changes slr.ee the csta'.i- should be washed, he said, and not
the face of to-da'.s ba'.nit. i llshmen' "f the Consttlon hav e ; shaken out upon the nelglibois.
M PoincJte repilod that as the varl- ' serlmislv piejuiliced th- natlona' well . What mav have been taken by any
ou sections of the iar;y had mged an being The experience of America .f the man) young women In the audl
oppslte course he would maintain his Ureal Hritain and Frame has shown en- e as tinielv ad Ice for the furnishing
candidature He said. that constitutional government n.- j .,f ;, heme was Dr Ynung's statement
"There is a National Assembly and I not necessarily entail lnces.-an; hanges ; t Km' niotv people inde the mistake of
will present myself befme it. It shall The throne by exercising its pteroga-; hnv Ins too mtii h than too little fur
he Hie Inline '' live mav lie nh.e to deal with ihls ones- ' niture.
The betting continues on the Haurse.
Polncare Is at even money and .'. to 4
Pams. 3 to I against. Delcase. Id
and li to I. Dupuy. from 10 to 1 to 15,
to 1. and Hourgeols, Jft to 1.
Tne following menu has been pre-'
pared for the members of the National !
Afssembl.v when they meet to-morrow to1
elect a President Hors il'ieuvres
francalses, ipufs poches du grand due. ;
sole Imperatrlce, volatile du Mans, hari
cots Marie Antoinette petlts pois Tn- i
anon, dessert. I
There will be 2.000 bottles of rare t
vintages and Havana cigars The So-
olallsts ate already clamoring about
this menu being too regal. j
The politicians will be well guarded.
There will be o.flOO infantry and 1,00ft
cavalry on hand as well as a legion
of policemen In uniform and mufti.
LINER BATTLES WITH ELEMENTS.
AlmerlnH Una .N'arrotr Rsrnpe I'rnm
CoIbb to thr Hnltom.
frtciat rabtr Dcpatch to Tnr. St s
(Iueenstow.v, Jan 16, -The Lejland
Line steamship Almerlan, hound for
Liverpool, arrived In Queenstown to
night. On January 10 a wave engulfed the
veesel and dashed a seaman against a
bulkhead, killing him. The enormous
quantity of water swept the deck bare,
flooded the holds, and dimaged thp
Th steamer Lord Erne took the Al
merlan in tow off the coast of Ireland
but the Btecl hawser snapped in
which was raging. TIip captain
laird Erne, spclng that Iip could not
render any further assistance, pio- I
ceeded. The Almerian crawled toward '
the harbor and while doing so sent
wireless messages to Klnsale Head that
she was not under control. In nnswer
to tne wireless messages nigs vere oes- j
nnicncn iij iii iiciiiii'. i inn nun 1
' PAi-nrip iinprirrws r . mmmn
I iiuxrxici nvaaanidiM aniiriiiU.
Valorisation I nmialltre In l.nnilnn
Uel Keport of Sales, '
i.ov,,,,,. Jan. 16,-The meeting of the
,.,,,.,,,,. nmmlnee onmnnseH 1
of Interests which have chargp of Hra-
,,,,, valnrlw.il coffee, which wms held
ratified the agreement
rpji.hpH h.i.ceen ih
he I'nlttd States nnd .
Hrajtll for the settlement of the antl-j
trust suit brought by the 1'nltcd States I
Department of Justice against tho c of- i
Tnp HKroompni nrovlded for the sile
of tm. coffr( whch WMH nollt , Npw
York for the purpose of creating an
artificial market In order to obtain high
I i no commuter wnen u openen pro
(ceedlngs to-day received a report thit
?B, - r i.0'. "' at 80,d,ln
lhP United States. A decision was also
rwcherl tn reserve 300,000 hags for sale
In Kuiopo on Ft-bruni;. 3, S further
sate will take place this year.
THE SUN, FRIDAY, JANUARY
RESUME THE WAR
OllIlT to Hf
"ttll't Act'P.lp to Allies'
COXFKHKXCK AT FRO.V'I'
IVnci' NPfiotintiotIS Still Kl'll.l-
Inckoil in London Sonu;
Sfrtltl rn, Dt,ratefri to Tut Sis
fori. .Ian -The Mir, the Or.vern-'
ment orcan, a..ert. that th council of was the (Jprman prr)fe.i.or. Stein, who j
Klne I'pidlnand, "!ip member.' nf th 1 now occupies thp chair of ancient h!
Cabinet, (len. S.nofT and the other Hul-t,l,r' l'nlerstty nf Halle, who ex- ,
itarlan commando!., at the front, which ""P,J l,,p tlata llrst. and a co!rimltli
v . ... , , , . nf ( Kle.a nami'd Uacliumowf" Ul aimlltod
wa, held at MuMapha l-aha. .1-clded thnt hP mdlin ,,.., frnl ,,P5,.n. lb.
nat war wini Miihoy muM -.p rp.-umed
iflor thp nolp of the I'owpts It pr
onted pmvldeil Turkpv iefu.cM to a
.-de to thp mndltlons of tho u;,le.
Klnir Ferdinand and thp iiK-mhers of mal,n f'-l-nlm.,.- ..nti-ntlon!..
the CabliiPt havp teiurned bete ; A woman n onipllcp of Hauchmsnn s
l.f.s-to.s, .Ian. 17- The p-acc nesotla- tianrnd ,lanlft-..-,nya was sentenced to
lion are still marlilnu tluip The not- ' f"nr ,""nlh"'' imprisonment,
of tin- IVwt-rs to TtirNpy has not vot ' .- - -been
prc-sfntnl and notluni; is ..spectPd XUAN LOSING ELECTION IN CHINA
to develop until thl Is done, Tllile Ij
,IOMlll'.PIY no.nillK III lllllicaip U ll"UI' r
the position has rlnnited for the better
or the worse,
The settlement of tt.e frontier dis
pute between Hulpirla and Itiimanla Is
rtlso held M .lonescii. the Ituitia-
.man tepu entai ,ir heie. and .M.
Diuieff, the Piesl.Knt of the H.ilvarlan
Parliament bad a confeieme e.terda,
but it was without result It Is undei
, stood that Dr. Daneff conecd the In
. structlons of his (Jov eminent in re-
Mired I am coin meed that the iue.
tlon cannot be settled uulckly and
. there .up ntptit leasnna fur mv rptntii
,,, Huchare-t I m still .-tronKlv In
fao- of a cood understandinc with
, Itulrai ta "
SULTAN DEPLORES SITUATION
Will Klht unlnl Dlaenuraiiemenl
,,.. ..ouhp.i Mtihlllo.
. tritu f ar iiftfniTr', nt i ar i
Constantinople, .Ian. 16. The snlmh
prints an Interview with the Sultan in
which there Is no mention of the army
or any leslstance to the abifs, and this
is mm h commented on His MaJiMy
deplored the period of calanu; tin aigh
winch the country was passing and
' I shall fight against discouragement
m order to perform the high task
unlcn na! 1'''c" t,,nnilr'' In me by the(.ppt.i the vacuum cleaner as the only
"f talked mostly
regard to the
ncie-'slty of establishing political Ma-
blllty and said that when the present
'rouble was oer and a new Parliament
tlon in the future Allan esacts a strict'
teckunlng for the acts of those whom!
he talses to the throne I am ever I
mindful of this"
DISCUSS WAR SITUATION.
. . .......
lorLlsli rm nnil nv lnn Meet
MlnUler nf Miirlnr.
I.omhin. Jan. 17
,S Constatuiuop'.e i
despatch t the Vimi'.s sa.vs that the
entile general staffs of the armv and
nav v met nt the War t!lce to-day to
discuss the situation. No announce
ment was made as to the result, but
llatll Pasha has been appointed the
new Minister of the Na
REAL PRINCESS "MUZZLED."
Purls Thenlre Kvrnlr Conrt Deri
sion In De BrnKllr fuse.
iptrtal iallf ttnrxilcli to Tar. Sis
Pvr.is, Jan. 11.- There was a peculiar
seouel to-dav to the suit which the De
Hrnglie familv Is bringing against Mme i
Marltza. the' former wife of Prime '
.lobert do Hroglle ,o restrain her from 'giene' ot the ,
using the mme "De Hroglle. Kitchen nnd Cellar." Dr Ijviira M Hie-,
Last night Prince Amedee dp Hroglle. gelman said It was surprising to learn
supported by a legion of friends, notl- that luck of many of the wealthy!
tied the managers of the theatre that i homes of New York there are cleverly
thee must take off their Hosier the an- ' concealed cisterns which ate breeding
tne must ake off tnoir poster tne an , sl ,, further that thete Is'
nouncement of the appearance of lhej))o ,,Wlin kf. lar(.p Mtri,on .. .
es-Princesy d Hroglle. The manager jp, ,Mllt vcry frw -;,,w York iipait
oheyed the instructions of the court, f inpnls furnisiied them A good m,il
but an hour later a new poster appealed
,1 , 1 which rend " real princess muzzled
thp galp. ,
l of the i" Jttstlte Is now uancin, nete
CZAR OUSTS HIS BROTHER,
(irnntl llnke Ulchnel's I'erson nnd
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.pr-l . nl lahlr llftpnlrl, : !u Tat: Sl".
St. PETKnsiicn'l, Jan. 1H. Thp Czar
lrastlc action to-day to show bis
.iltile:isiire nrpr thp i ei eni marrlaue of
(iranil Duke .Michael, his brother, to
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anno. .-neiciiieiiesiMii.i. ninni m
I kinsman of his military command In an
l.npe-l.ii ni.iniiesio anu in ine same cm,.
pstiililbilieil n L'O.i l din nshl n o er I hp
fi I'll nil Duke's person, Ills property anil,
iffalr-. These will be under the Km-
rhe admlnlstrallnn of the (irand
Duke's estate has been lurncd over to
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M,nlFtr' "f ,," 'tni'lal Court.
FLASHES FROM THE CABLE,
virvno Citc A .lpsnuiph (mm Vo.u
J... antu thai 11.,. I 11n..h.tlM ..nil,...
I'retieh banker and promoter, has in I lv e, ,
London Oeoige I
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Parrott. fm merit
,, nu.. .,nn .. r,oeate the barge canal port of call, low
lenced to four veais Iniprlsonnirnt whcn,.. M i hih.i,. s,.,.,i. ..i
convicted of being a sp.v for the Herman ;
London. A wireless despatch ircelied
at ravai saj mat nve persons have been
killed by th explosion nf an uptake boiler
On the slritlllaillp jila'Inlilia, Mlilch Ort.s
proceeding toward Algiers
ODESSA SWINDLER SENTENCED.
Tlnrn of iiH.ihprnr"
'nr Ik llronllpil,
Sfirrinl f'nhh ftpntrif In Tnr. Si.
. fi'K.5A, Jan. 1H. Aftpr trn jciim of
lltlsntlon Lew ll.iiirhm.mn. tho orlpl
1 SSIIOfl if 'I'tirltt tiator of tho "Tlarx of Sallnpliprnp""
xwinnii wan FPnirni on m-ciay to ono
'.ir and six months Imprisonment It
will li.' rpcallod that therp a Hcnm
, t!onali'onttopr..viiM to the Rpntilnptipss
cf tlil: tillcKcd Sej thlati Klnu'n crown
I which tho Paris l.ouvrp boiiRht for
140,000. Thlsn. llatichmnnn'slilccouii
' but the Imperial Atnscum nt Mo.cow
and other famou!" llufolan colictlons
''""tnlned -piiMntP" nntlnu nf hi- cro.i- '
! Thp testimony at the trial nf Hauch- '
I mann .hows that hp wn very .kllful In
th tpchnlqup of (jreco-Itoman prpclnu.
metal work exports who testlllpd ton
purred In thp opinion that he was a
, Benin whole de'lRn could ha p onablf d
. him to earn an nbnndaiice of money. It t
mlttrd bv llnuchmann.
i I!a hiiir'.'v.ultl and hi" wnrltmpn worn
! ''iult!pd mi ground that It had not
i l",rn !'rovml l";,t tht'V kn"w of Haiuh-
' n l,. II.h.m.I tn flrrnr U'hrn .n
I'nrl lament fleets.
flmal iMr li'n-if''- In Till So
I.on'i-on', Jan IT A despatch to th
Dnllu 'Irhyraph from Pokln says the
elections aie KoInK aKal'.ist President
Vuan Shlh-kal overwhemttn; ,. A con
flict is bound in occur when the new
Parliament meets, and It may shake
Pokln to Its foundation
Pkkin. Jan. Ifi.--President Yuan
I snin-Kal to-dav receive, seveni. -tnree
! medical misslonark. chiefly American.
and Hritisli. He thanked them for theli
work in China ami oxpre-s.l h ipe that
they would inntlnue.
NOW THE BROOM AND
HOUSE CAT MUST GO
(Jprui MpartM's. Utirnx
rii'iie Kvpprt (iolil
fish Are O. Is.
The second of the series of meetlncs
held hv the nilhile health edurntlnrt
committee of the New York County
Medical Society at the Academy of Med
icine ye.sterda afternoon de eloped
some new theories of household hypiene
and relepated to the land of itcrms i er
taln established household Institutions.
Dr. John San Duron YoutiK. speakinc
on th" subject of "HyKlene In the Lhlm;
P.ooms," dlsparaced the broom and ac
sanitary method of cleaning house.
far as he could see. he Mild, the only use
for a broom nt the piesent time Is to
cover It wltn a Manuel cloth and dtist
down the walls with It
"liny as little as you can" he sa 1 1
"and as good its oc an. Ilemember .
that a lot of turn. Hire nuans .. :ci oi ,
work and that means expense
And alas for the family ca ' !
' l'rom my standpoint New York apart - j
ments arc not iiua'.Itled for housing do- (
mestlc pets." he said, "unless they bo
canary birds and gold fish."
Dr Henrv I.. S!'iv lv spoke upon th '
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Thete is sound physiological reason
for the tin II v bath, he added It pro-
duces a healthy skin and prevents
glandular diseases. Cold lth how
ever, should bo restricted to the robust
who ate free fiom organic diseases he
said. In any case tho i old bath should
not be of long duration. ,
Dr Shtvely said that there should .
be no carpel or training on the bed- )
room floor, and advised in their place I
cotton rugs which can be washed easllv
lie said bedroom closets should not be '
used as repositories for old shoen and i
soiled clothes, and ubete two people
slept In one room he said that they
should have separate beds.
Mesh air, pe sain, was a cure inr
insomnia, but people who threw their
windows wide open or sleep out of doors
range s th" bet tippllanco for cooking.
she said v et In many of the apartments
there nr.- only gas rniigo." If gas
riinges are used there tiliould at least
oe l llllllliry ones, sue sum, in cjirrv
awny the odoiti of looking and the
NEW TERMINAL MOVE BY CITY. '.
Unci. I Olllllllssloner llltllllleil to
" ."""" ".
The Hoard of I'.atbnate author 7.rd I Mel.
i ouiinissioner ioivicips to hpp.v to me
IV III I 'PPa rilllCIU Mil MP I ll'O-IIM III 111
if Sixtieth stteet i Steilbl'
,(f CKiiimtP i oinni m H i , 'oi-
e,.,i 1 1 ... t I. ,,, , .
Is i,,o'F,in tnnl. - the agrcenippiK wimp
the ci purl i. tn niaki with Hie sm
York Central II llr'l inai II Is aiuis.ilil
to provide the ''I'l''; " ''l;itl'''i;''
II R II I HI HIIJ IM H . II "I ''I II' HI f I 'l-l Ml
tenitii tor i'
tenttii for certain coni'f .islons In lowi
I "This tt,p Is essential,' said M
I.MIIchel, "if an hkc'i iiiimU Is to Ih
, i cached. Mr ToniKbis and Mavor i!a
I nor are going to Washington to.inoriow
ito talk over with Hc"iet!ii of War rltlnv
'son a plan for the entire West Hide, nnd
lo not ask for this extension now
,nH' not get It at all,
y lint get It at all.'
The lesoliitlon as It passed the Hoard
of Estimate provlib d also for n petition
. u, c. n....r.t ,.svi
,h( Harlem Khlp Canal, to n point south'
,nf p,okman street Tlv; chiinge will leave
the Hudson waterfront nf Inwnod lllll
clear for a public park In ca:-e the city
wants to take it for thai purpose.
Ktlimiud L. nayll.'i, rrprrarntlns stnrr:
and rrlvate propetty omheis in the Thli-
Broadway at 34th Street
Continuing today and tomorrow
the semi-annual sale of
Regulation models, single and double
breasted great coats, frock overcoats, and
scores of others from radical to conserva
tive styles, in all the newest fabrics and
colorings, and with all the variations as to
belts, lapels, and fronts. Designed, cut
and tailored exclusively by Saks & Com
pany, in New York.
$35 ,$38 $40 $45 $48 & $50
We have done our part
the balance is up to you.
The latest of the tamous hotcis'oi' the RiL-Lc)niu:i
group.and under the same administration its those
in LONDON, PARIS. LUCERNE. EVIAN-LL5-BAIN5.
isrL.L. isunc, uut-nos A1RL5. MADRID. NE.W
YORK. PHILADELPHIA. Etc.
Pnltons of this hold
th sm excellence
nun ui cuisine wnicn
tenzcci tno other holds of the troirr. Jii"'
in TriAl...! ll.., -..i: i i ' .53Ti
I: ' "ill!, 1 1
''. 1 1
MarMlMgBMMMl T hjmii.ii i-.n
Remember that the
STRAIGHT SIDE TIRE
is made exclusively
by the j
United StatesTire Company 1
t .fount) .tret disnto
! Iti.ini , r i:nmatp
, the nlao of loweM,- th
illstiiet appi.urd before
to piotesl a,-;aliiiI
the g.Mde of Tllltl.v-
munn -nn i ,u i'.iiic .ucilllt. Hie open,
.i.t Tint -in rd i'wt mioss I'niiitli
. . eiin. ,i d the opeiiin'- of a roadwav
'i"i Im I i -iles of Pink avenue at Thi,t-
.. TZ B. IMrlmrnl stnl,
Tlnrn -foiutli sunt anil all the hotels
l.l opposed to tile Idea of a moving pl.lt-
form under Thlttv-fouith stieet. for which
., rsiamt that this cliaiige is be-
"is Ml nli -:)l .H Hivlles "Iheie Is
m m leisnnni, .usn, unm wie n -inem
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mv n w eKs
, 'inr at on ,
CoM Medal, Lontfon, 1911
Urtttl Ult HlvH (.KADB
Tr in 11 prid
Fire o'clock tea time.
Klclgwayn most famous grade it named
"Five O'Clock " 7Sc. per pound.
Tut up in beautiful lilvttcil air-tight
packages quarters., halves, pout)(!,
Economical, Delightful and Jnvigora.
ting Hot or Iced,
All nigk-Claaa Urcca
Order Trial Pirkne
unci reitouranl nro nssnv4 fJi
of service unci n.tf.c. T
iios oi',iv$ charnc- '
.lie; suniiiiuiu UI X7
uade In in, et the esnerises nf tne Pohl -
Serv ,ci ( oninision of mis rl n iet 'n
UiS Tile Illimi . ! li In. ,eull'...l l.irnnr,,
l' Is n,, e of spei , levonue honrij 1
s-T--TT!-" . .
T PERFECT PENCILS
i hp yi Ai.iTi
HI..M k. it iii.ciirra,
no to on
MI'IIII'M A.N' 11 II ltll.
w rhi en your b'lsliifs sijitliinfiv
U fur slip, niuthm ir hmrt
American Lead Pencil Company
ji'i riiTii w m w ollh
NKIV VOKK w lork Cltf.
ll sn-sr.M ni nun,,
tt lrllvm Ave N'lr Mlh St.
CHIROPODY "AS A VOCATION
our inviltiillnn. rerltler'd by ih- Ujhi pro.
ildrv srlmitle training fni men an I unirn
who wbh in he il,li,iimlM. The location 1.
c,rih nn't ninllable t'vilic He-
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