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! . Deliver .loin! Note
in Tiiil-.i-li Minister
I ! i: IS DKMANDKI)
I' "te Kespoiisihiiity Grave
If llosJiliiies Con
lilllie. I; I N.Y IS HIT. TO-DAY
lli' I'roml.M' to Dcnl Willi
'iiit'sii(tn of I lie Kirc.in
r"-.i.' raf t t"pnir'. to Tn? St
v n.Ai'n:, .im ir .'i'ho t.ir
- I'h .n'-lnl. Au.'Mian A1ul1.1a.s4.
I ic 'Ic.ui of i ln (llpiiitn ilic ciirtu
i.l l III Onii.in, Italian.
t rMn !i nnil P.us.ol.m ' o'lo.iRuei,
I V.r.ilunslil.-in KfTonill. the
K i M'liHirr ..f Porelen Afl'.ilrs. to
. I i'. jrnto, the Joint, n.ito f th
. ,:i rcsrutil in Hi.. .n'ttliMiiont 0f
t ui;h llic all.
rf l .nphi.in Kffrtiill trmlrrril hi"
' i' . 'i. nk. ntnl ..il.l Hint the Su'illtne
' l reply After brW iMay.
M 1 n - rn ' W'.ir. rinancr. .M.ttlne
I' if.Kii ffalr-j nrtpiwiiiil lipid an
in. i "tiferino jit tlm ti'siilnni'p of
i v.it Klainil l'.iilia. but I
.mii "ii of tho ti'ply lo Uip note of I
! 'i w.ii drf.-i ri-il until to-mor-
rtl.ll ,1 Ul.-r-l lull of tile f.Uiinet will
n ilcirt! rolter.it'il t" an Inter
i '-1111:111 Hih -t.ittineitt tha Tur
tv 1 .1 iu-rr lili Adrian. iplf. Ho
' nc t tlinlc.. thai a satW.iotory
1 ir w.'h tli allies 1v01i.1l be
' much rurlnaity here n to
''.1 .mil. of the Turkish ornler
11 hi ih wa-" lrioiniv repaired
1''oii tnrpeilnml ;n the Itlacli '
siaivil here ;h.u 1' lias the1
. 1 and not tho Aleilj.die. n re- '
f'.'in Athens, which anl the
Mtner Macedonia. The Cch-
t p'-ofesse? to lime no report in
' '' I'm HnitiMieh sincr he left
1 . l.ilcl.o-
f .'.on nc 1' the tr.t of the not":
ir d-'iroM of rrei etitliic a fnenal
Hie I'ouers think it pmper
' i'e atientioii of tin. Imperial 1 itto-
1 n unit nt to th- crair ieipun-1-u
uoiilil aiitii" if In rffiianto to
mllll'vl". II IMillId pernt the re-
h.'-liiiivnt of peine. It uniilil onlv
!iif to Maine If thv prolongation of
hhi ImiI h? a coiieqnrnce lo put in
"Hon the fat of th capital and per
1 lo elvnd lioftdltles to thf Asiatic
1. 1 ..f tlin eniplie
'hat ph- It 1 mild not count on th
of their effort to prfaeive It ftoin
-.iiccis apaliiKt which thv have al
arne l It and which thei oiire mine
1 to aiold In alii cape 111.' 1m
1 ntioinaii Citwrmnent nlll haie
Hfli the coneliiJioti of peare of thf
aid HMtMi.ll Miippoit of the Krrat
'.in Powers to repair the pills of
. 1.. consolidate Its position at 'on-
oi-le and to dfielnp a last Atdatlc
the piospt-rlty of nhlcli will
'i'e lis most effcctlie resource.
" .rd-rtal-e and brlnK to a sureess.
tins n''crssary work th" (Joiern
' t.is Imperial Mnji'sty, the Sultan.
count on the efficacy of the
-fit .supori of the Powers so lonK
! fcis to their lounsels. whlrh are
(I li the Keneral Interests of Uu-
a. d thoi-i' of Turkey
th.e omlltlon.s the preat Kuro
I nun l.elleve It Is tncllmli'llt oil
'" i'i'i:ii'!j to relternte to tin- Im
1 1". .man fioverniuent their ailvlc
M to the cession of the town of
to the Halkan States and to
' 1 t ieni in., task of dpcldliiR upon
'" of the Islands in th" .l.'ncan Sea
' irn for theie concessions til said
' mo endeavor to assure the safe-
I k of .Mussulman Interests at
'1 " and the respecting of the ex
t n..siije, edifices ami other religion
ttv In the limn They will alo ar-
at a settlement Klien hi them to
'11 of the Islands In the nrihl
i ' exclude all menace to the te-
KAISER FEARS BIG WAR.
Uenie prlnnnra of thp Hnl
km In 11-II 11 man Inn IHfllcnll J .
1 fin rn),tt nintrh tn Tht Si
" Ian 1". The correspondent
1 v learns th" following ftom
o n omMist who knows sonie
- 1. tf:.M!d 10 the failure of tfie
iiie of the Powers to Turkey
ntained a threat of naval
"atlon in the Dardanelles.
rding to this person the Kaiser
c "e flnnual reception on .lanu-
' J enteied Into 11 lengthy con
' vi '1 with the Itumnnlan .Minister.
1 -mi j. ior expressed the hope that
1 "hp ;1 realized the great responsl
" 'in h rested on her In regaid tn
1 i..cr.y with Hulgnrla. He pointed
"an alliance bctivepn Itumanla
' ' T irkey, whose sense of her present
' 11 tiiiities was not as great as It
op would almost bo the Mine
war with Hulgnrla. The Kaiser
f the great danger that
tied owing to the differences be.
' 1 Itumanla and Hulgnrla and said
' -' : he tho beginning of a general
1 ,"in war.
Kaiser declared that Germany
1.1 d with the other J'owers In n
:ve note to Turkey to remind tho
'lie pnrto of Its responsibilities,
'lany. however, he said, was opposed
' Mber coercive measures, Looking
' -'it at the Hulgarlan Mlnlstpr, who
wliiiln hearing distance, the
' r Mid-
f 'im collective note falls to have
''' i' lied effect and the suggestion of
a d' iiinnstrntlon Is made Germany
now h all means how to prevent
PORTE MAY CATECHISE.
till, -el ukuer tn llp op I ol
Gonial t.ihlt HrtiMitclt to Till,. Si v
Mi'in, Jan. 18, Tlie liallp Trie
" ' rommentator on the war situa
'wn piedlutn that tlie. Turkish reply
'o tho note of the Powers will hot lie a
direct ye or no, hut will ratlacr tako.
h (urn of a queatlon. He nyi that
THE NEW OCCUPANTS OF THE
... , A wMfflHHHlf !
M. Kaimond I'ouu.iio. elp. led 1. '.-r.
day as the tenth PicMdint of the third
("tench liepiiblii . to nut wed M Ann.uid
I-'allleres. has l..-. 11 a leading llgure 111
French pollliis fur in.inv jear.-. and 11
is stated that if .1 l lell'h Plesillellt
It should he nnnn the lr welcome for
that re.con. as it will nffurd ground tor
further negoii ttlnn
The Power, the w tiler s,iv. dangle
their good olllces In tno eyes i.r If '
Porte as an induiement (,.- T irkey to 1
yield. I' Is the lllttire of the 'Itlolll.lll
siate'ineii :.i ask for .1 l.l'.l.- jii ire In- ,
formation op the sublect. as. for in- j
stance, would t offer of the poiur
Include a n-rlous gii'ininiee ..f tho In- 1
territ of the diminished Turkish Km- 1
plre'.' Such questions and tluir an
swprs would ronstitut" the bas.s lor '
further discussion. The writer uppe.iU 1
to the nll.es f,.r patience in ilcw of this i
contlngriicy. reniaiklng "hat though,
the neiestv nf maintaining armies In
active In the llel.l involves an enor
mous cost, both the ilrlnv nnd the e.
pense of the iv.tr. If resumed, would b"
much greater, to .iy nothing of th
ALL STAMBOUL TERRORIZED.
IHsiirders 111 ppcli'il llonrl, ll-lieplHlls-
fp'rlal VaUit l)ri..j'i to Tnr. 'i
l.oMsi.v, .Ian. 1 A despatch to ''
Mlt Tclcimih from (oiiMiititinnple.
dated January 1'i nnd sent by way of
Kustendje, says a reign of terror pre
vails In Staml'oul There was nn in.
cipleiit teiolt against tho Port" mi the
morning of ,1a nun rv 1", 11 Inch was
llf'lleil by the snliliel'S
The Young Turi.s ute demaiidlng that
Hip war b" les.imed. ILsordets are ex
pected, especially frmn tho Kurdish
troops iipinion on the lioiirse is very
BULGARIA LOST 21.302.
Mpp Wnnnileil nnil lel. s re I'lneeil
nt . I.stc.
creiii( i nljif hf)iif' t" Tur i s
I.o.Msiv, Jan. Is A Soil. i d. ipali-h to
the 7 (me glies the olllcial list of the
Hulgarlan i asiiaiiies during the war.
It appears fiom this Hint J I olllwrs
were killed nnd S7'i wete iinuiiil.il or
aro on sick leaie. of the men. " 1 ." 1
litre killed and ."l.oou wouiuled.
It Is stited that 70 per cent, of the
wounded and sick have recovered oi are
25,000 ALBANIANS KILLED.
Ipunn "lplclipnl" TpIIs of sirr
llnn All-ocltles In Alliiinia,
Sptri'tl Cnt.tt itittrh to Titr. Si n
Vikn'N.1, Jan. 17.--The I'rtrh.siioil Is
the latest contributor to the perdstent
Austrian nllegntlons of Servlant ntrocl-
ties in A lli.i ni.'i.
In u long, detailed story It declares
that ut least Sfi.OOO Albanians have been
PORT RULES AT PIRAEUS.
ships fa il' I Holer or l.mir MorliiK
icrnd t obit htii1tli to Tut. Sl n
Atiikm., Jan. 17. All frlitpf4. acconl
Ing to an olllcial order, hnvo been for
bidden to enter or leaio tlio I'lrnms be
tween .1 n'clock In tlio eienlng and 7
o'clock In the morning.
The order nl.-n utiles that all wsieW
must have pilots becaiisn of the mines.
MME. PAQUIN DECORATED.
I'arl llrrnmniikpi' Uels Knlulilhoiiil
In Lett I on of llonnr.
,Si(iint ruble lttiittl lo Tun Pi s
Pahis, .Inn. 17. .Mndamp 1'aquln, tho
- -- - - "
dressmaker, bits received the ileconitlnn
of a knltfht of the Legion of Honor. -
tvete le. led by popular vole he wo'.' 1
have been tdio"ii ulmo- iinan''ii'o.'-.y
Mine pome. ue n an 1' 'l.an 11 itn.m 1
lutth. she bavins been s cnor.na Hen
rietta P.enucci She was mimed twue
pri 1 i.insly.
Presidents of France
Under Third Republic
T'.t tiit " I'revJ "iti ' I r.v.c
uticltr : It "d I'oputi'.c .itul tluir
tern s r.t little were .1 tullow :
'Iliier'-. e!ov"! d 171: rcisned 1S7j.
A'ic.Waliuii. 17.?; re-igtied ','K
drey (reelected '. liss; resigned
Orm.!, :s57: ass.iinatttl IS'M.
1 C.isim'.r-PcrK'r. ls'l; rc-.tsned l-'5.
l-.iure. IS'is: ditnl 1".
I .lilicrcs, l'irs,.i')i.v
I'oitic ire. I'ii.i.
Ctnitii.wtl from I'iril Vngr.
" or sent thtinigh the c!iv on p.ttiol.
lot At this time Deputy Tarade liter-. T"-da's was il e tenth election under
iiipi-,1 and said although the Mnr.til-! ,h" Til1"1 tt-'fubllc and the third to re
.1,. 1!.,.,, w is ., Uon...i,:,rilsi he fai ored , inl! ' two lull, .ts The others requited
Ins eleit.on as P.'esidenl by 11 plebesclti
. IMiooM lepllid to this by urging the
Ai-M-mb'.y lo ignore all .such Interiup
, nous which mi arialdv occur at every
i National Assembly . This wasted Mime
time, but .M Pubi.st hurried the busi
ness along. When the turn of the can
didates cam" I,, mio their suppi iei
1 1 heeled ent tiUM.iM Ically. It was notable
that Poincare was applauded by the
spectatois as well as by his supporte.
.M. Pains was applauded by the members
1 The first ballot occupied one hour
'and llfty minutes 1 Iji 1 f nn hour later
an ln.it .11. i. e rcMUlt Ha tepo.-teil whlc
an in.iiiiii.ili' result was teported
I Wlllcll 11 IS telephoned lltld I ell'gf.1 1 ill". I
I In every direction. It look twenty tnln
I ules nioie to Hud tho true resilll, wlllcll
showed that M. Poincare missed an ab
solute majority by live.
A second ballot was thus necessary,
and this began at 4:",i o'clock nnd ended
at f. o'clock. The members of the As
m mbly voted very rapidly. The cor
lespondiiit of Tin: Si n timed ten votes
and found tliev occupied 111. second.
The tnlnil itlng of the iote occupied
f uiy-liio minutes.
As si on as t lie result was known the
ir.i mhers rushed to congratulate M.
I .. In, -ii r. line Senator t-eioiirkeil 111. ill
Hie new President's most bitter oppon
ents went the most illusive of his gal
b i v supporters.
There wete nil sorts of rumors ont
slde of the hall during the day. One
of tho most evlting ivns to tho effect
that M. I'olncate had sent ,M. P.riunil
and .M. Klotx. to M. Clemenceau to ask
uir e.Nplanntion nnd npology for a letter
fiom former Premier Clemencenu to .M
I'oliic.iie, wlilfh tho latter found
olfensivo. .M. Hrlanil cNplalned later'
j on Hint the mission was merely to ex
j plum this inisunderstandlng nnd was
i nothing in the nature of a challenge to
a duel, lie said: "You could hardly
'expect the JlinlMcr of Justice to net
Ins si lid ill II duel because might lie
louipelled to arrest the President nf (ho
lepublii' Inter on for tnklng part In It."
'Ile Con-tress hall, where the election
was held, nan built later than the rest
of Hie palace, it was originally used
f"i' the (loyal opera, fur which It wa
po.slbly nilted, but lis Inadequacy for
a .National Assembly may be Judged
........ ............. ..... j...,n..,
from Hie fact that Ihu wholo foielsn'
allotted a small gallery
,V ''li'llLLgn of abuse wis wace.i
nga nst M and Mm. Pomi.iie by then
enemies, and lb..s urnr" than anything
e'se. it is sa: I prompted bun to tin-ti'-uiii
e h .4 win lid.itiire for the Pu si
capable of accommodating fourteen per
sons only thtep KnBlMi and on
1 Ann ric.in (Tin: Si r.'si corvcspi indents
.-aw the opening of 1 i" proceedings,
wider drawbacks, wei.. i'ie Impns.
(Iblllty of ol.i.i.niiig fond ninl washing
lies hands 111 day the chief oiciipa
, (on was the s. ndlug off if picture pot
cards bearing the spe. 1.1I postmark
1 "Versailles Ci.ngrs" The tob.11 Co
'stand, which b-Id the monopoly In the
card. was so'd out seieral times, while
' th" Scnnt'Ts and Peptides wete l.e
' sleg-d for i-pci 1.1 1 cards printed for
1 tic m.
1 The gem ral p.ili'.k ratlllc the choice
1 of th" Assembly. "Whecier lie.ird of
Pains three month ago?" I th" genT.il
I Th" candidature of Mis Penl;:ard, the
feminist, gaie no sign of life.
The pollre look eMraoidlnarv precnu -
Ions for the 1 lii'l.oit. and I'.Utm of them
note suit to V. t.-alllcs from other cities
Tlic crowds which went down fiom
Puis well. 1 m it. I and eager and turned
;he sedate little town t.ipsy-turvy . .Mil
itary police were Motioned along the!
railroad at InleriaN of ino yards all
the way from Palis to Versailles ready I
for nny disturbances, and the garrison
I 11.1 kept In le.ldines.s Troops of all
sorts weie stat i.iiied at central places
line b.-illn'. .M l alderes, the tetlilng
President, wa-- elected on one ballot, a4
was .M. I.i.ubet,
I'M Milen'-cloi ' 1'ninrare takes .'fie--on
I'ebru.irv 17 for a term of scien
years Ids -alan and i.spense moiiev.
paid In ad.an'i'. amount to Jit" 0"rt a
y fit r.
A'Cir PRESIDENT VERSATILE.
Pol neii re
Hose tn I'iiiiip ThriiDEh
Tlie ind if.-ii ii ewhlih liayiuoiiil Pom-1
.an-'ias shown low.iiil the Pres(eniV
of his. coiiiiiii is tipical of his ntti- i
Hide tnw.iiil poliiHS m general, and It
is thus by not allowing himself to b"
drawn Into the larlous whirlpools of j
the Palais P.ouiboii that he has won so)nm) anil Mr ji,,,...,, t. (lM,t aml
high a position. I Countess Hence de Itougemont. Mrs.
Po'oi iile look Up the leins of I-rendl drlswold Crnv. Mrs. John Jlnnroe. the
(lovcrnmeiii as Premier at a time when
the country was torn by Internal aim
external dissensions and ils external re
lations won' fur from being on a solid
basis. Thnt was just about a year
ago. To-day l-'riince stands on the
llrmcr ground of more friendly relations
null all her neighbors, while, thanks to
I'olncarc'n astuteness, tlie military
alliance with Itussia Is widened su that
Franco and Kiissln stand solidly to
gether in nil mattcis of external politics.
It seems only natural then that tho
I'reiieh electors, despite the campaign
of abuse that has been waged against
Poincare by his cm mies, should exnlt i
liliu to the position of tlio head of the
i Ciovcrnnient. There Is much conjecture ;
us to iihnl Poliicure will make mil of t
the Presidential ulllcc, whether he will i
develop Into a tlgutehead, the rolo
i ihni .'nllleres plaied so well, or whether
he will make of his otlleo a position of
supreme Importance nnd hlnuelf be.
comc.or rather continue, as the direct- j
lug head of the Cinierumeiii.
Poincare is given the credit for hav
ing formed the strongest Cabinet which
has been seen In I'laiice sine-) the 1 1 rut
days of (lambetta.
This versatile man has had a meteorli!
career. He wns born on August so,
lSKO, at like famous old town of
liar-le-Duc In the. .Mouse department.
His father wat an inspector of the
bridges and toads department of tho
public service, but II Is the pretenl pen
.,...i..w ........... .'-.". ,..-.... ......
- eratlmi of tlie Poincaie family thai has
brought fame to the name. JI. I.uclcn
I .In in-, lie Premier'. Iitntlier, Is Miej
II el Idioiiii sflentlsl, white tr.ip Inle M
Ili'tnl I'olnt'iire, Ills c(itilti. 11ns the ltsi (
inathcin.itldnn of l-'raiico mul on" of t.'.e
iiikH ilistlfiKlllslieil mclittiiTS of tlifl
Apaileni:o I'rminiNe. M. UaymonJ 1
I'oitu'iiro Is also one nf tho for'y Im-
When M r.amnmt rolncnre went to
tho Palaift I'.onrlion tis n yoitnK ilepu'y
of 2(i ln Hun ciitne to the front thrniiffh
his policy of tlioroilRlinos. One of Ills
critics ha mild of Mm: "Understanding
Piverythlni;, hfl studied everything to
tnulio It botlor utHlorHtooil." ThLs has
been IiIh pulloy tliroupliout not only
his public but his private life, and till
Ih why he Iihji attained aucco.s.
Tims tlu youtiK Deputy soon beenmo
Minister of I nut motion during tho lin
poilant days of tin.' olerlral .strife. Ho
then was only 33 ywirfi of okc. .lust 11
1 '.!! later ho took up the portfolio of
Klnnncn and here inndo his mark In
handling the welKhty problems of tho
budget, ltu 110 doubt would haip rlBon
dliectly to tho I'remlprshlp, Ills filendi
fa.i, but he lias always nhoun an In
difference to tui llann'iilnry fiimo and
he preferred the bar Mere bo inpldly
ro-e to the front runk, dlc.irdlng poll-
tlew In .rder In follow th.. line of Ills
I nsidiallons. Ono of bin must formidable
oppoiii'iit.s at the bar was M. .Millerand.
who only lecontly . his .Minister of
War resurrected the Oie.ifus affair and
(!itiic near brlngltu; ahout a Cabinet
crisis on thp eve of the Preslden'lal
.M. I'olncnri'' nrk as hp.s been seen,
I tins liee-i polities nnd the law, while his
rpcri'.vlon l ll'cr.itiire. He Is not a
proMI'' iMl'.-r. 1 mi ' one yees ins poHci.
thoto iRiitn-x". us tin- ontstaiulins fu
ture of 1. is iiriting.s. 1(1.4 p"tn lian' for
generalization Is M'en In the titles 0f his
books "Idces ('i)nteiiiporalno.""('.tiiile.s
it KlKurrN roll:lities" ninl "f.iues .i-
teialre.'t id At .14i:iUe.
.f. 1'otnoare teturned to live n life
free in. in polit'.is until he was nom
inated nl'O'it u ieir ago to be teporler
of til" Si l.ate l olllllll'lee on tho I'Mni'ii.
'I't-'iun n-i'.iid O'li"! nont,natlon
. ' 1 1 '.-( h.lll ag ilti Int'i t!ie elatili.
M. Puimart .1 tioifd con' er.'.ttlonal-Is-
e s not a gte.it tnll.er, however
II - .ententes f.ili slowly from his Hps.
.-o tint ll.e Impression he leuves
is Hut of cu::d!':. nnd depth. In ap
pe lann 'n- :vembe.s a scientist, pie
ferr.ng in '00k .-liHVBy than to liavo
he d.ipp' r appeatance of ,M. ".tl Hon
his Land 1 n pii'deci-ssor ,1 Premier.
Ills tig.iiv Is hull and compact His
f.Ti' Is ow'il ivlih a high Intellectual
I l..fel.e: d.
1 S.i. 11 I'.- man Trance bn. chotn
n i's Ir.idir for the n.-M seien years.
M. DE FOUQUIfCRES PLEASED.
Ilrllrtrs Puliienrr Will lln Mni-h for
the rri'lleh People.
V, lnlie de I 'ollllllet CS at the
il;i.. l.i" iienng said he was gtcatli
ple. .1 ,.,,r tn. lection of Premier
I'.i.n'.iie io inn Presidency of I'r.ince.
"M. I'.iiniale Is ,1 ieiy Mtong man,"
l.e slid. "II" Well Kplpsenlo the pri'S-
1 US" of nr. wninirv iiee.iuse he is not
oiily ,1 great man fro n a po.itlial polui
j of i iew lnl from an intellectual and
. stl'-titll:" point of ew a well,
I ".M. Poincaie 11.1s tin- candldale of t h
1 people He wants ral liberty for every
, body . lie Is .1 real republican. II" h a
j 1 "t 1 sincere man and desiies all the
I people to reap th" full aili unt.iges nf
wepubMc. Ho has til" respect of the
' uruiv . and .ill pall iolio 1 Yencb people at e
1 ery fond of the nrmi. I know that he
adinlr-.s t.ie t'nlteil Suites very much."
M. de l-'ouiiiii'i'p4 Is personally ac
iiu.iiniiil i till M. poincaie. but much of
his il.-lighl ou r the eleiliou of the new
President Is due 1,1 the fact that his
1 brother. I'lcl te de I 'oimuii'l i-s. lias long
. been .1 persolll'i t't ielid and asuiclate of
M. I'olmare In his capacity as a high
otlkial In the roteign illtlie It is 11
part "f .M. de Koiuiulcrcs s duties to In
troduce the foreign Ambassadors nt la
1 Hons state function.
in tile .iflirnoon of .lanuarv II .M. de
I l-'ouiiuleris will give .1 conference on
1 "1 ild l-'rencli .Melody" at th" Hotel Plaza.
I .M. Clement, the premier tenor of the
1 ipera vmUiU" of Paris, will sine.
1 hi the evening of January 'JI .M. d
; l'ouuulere.s will gin- a conference oil
' the "Chateau do Vol sallies" nt the resl.
' deni e of .Mis. .1. Picrponi Morgan.
BELFAST HOME RULE RIOTS.
llrniiKPinen Try lo I made Vnllotinl
1st lleniliinnrlrrs limits llnttprril.
Ttil i;,i.ie litfiatrt. to Tim Si
Hki-cist, Jan. 17 The rioting which
followed the announcement of Hi" pas
sage of the honie rul" bill in the lloufro
ol Comirons late last nigh' was re-s-
iii.-d in the small hours of Hi" tn lin
ing and iCHtilied In hevernl battered
heads and one person being shot.
The disturbances were lenewcd lo
nighi when r.Oft Orangemen tried to in
vade the Irish Nationalist quarters nnd
the police used their clubs. There was
some Moil" thinning nnd firms or te.
volvers. but nt the latest report nothing
serious, had neeuned.
AMERICANS MOURN COUNTESS.
I niprrsslt e Sen lees fop Well Known
Uniimn In I'nrls.
;irirtl t'nhlt lit .j,ire' to Tnr Si
I'iius. Jan. 17 There was a icry Im
ptcsslio funeral service oier the Coun
tess .Mont Saiilileu at the American
Chinch of the Trinity to-day.
Among the niaiiv mourners were Her-
Harmless de Cassln, the Cnunt Dcrgen
son and Haion Kaiicnncourt.
STORM HITS OIL DRIVEN SHIP.
i'lie ClirUtlnii V, Ahnntliin Voyage
In llosloii nnil llnl t Inmrc,
Siitrml I'nblt lifapateh tn TilR Siv
I f J i F.KNHTow.v, Jan. 17. The ifil driven
I vessel, christian X., which left Hum.
1 burg on January 7 for Huston and
j lialtlmore, Is the latest victim of the
! Atlantic storms. She passed Hrow Mend
lu-nlght on her way to tjueenstuwn,
having abandoned her voyage.
itl Innkppppra 1'uapnanlloniil,
frvtvinl r.iljlt Itenxiieh to Tim Si s
ZiTieii, .Inn. 17. - At a mrctlii' of the
council of the Innkeepers .s4m lation
to-day n resolution was adopted that
members should not print advertise
ments on moving pictures because sen
satinnallsm was llie predominant and
Mlinaey Trust (Ipena Willi K.illO,IMMi,
IIai.timoiu.:, ,bl., Jan. 17. The new
Millisey Trust Company opened Its I'oui.i
on the II ist lloor of the .Mousey Building
tii'ilay. Mine than I'.'il deposit anuiinls
wete opened and the total deposits for the
llrst day1 weie half a million Tim large."!
sinule ib-p.if.it as 'fJ.unti, PieBideni
Norton ssld he was conrnlcr.t Unit before
Hip cluye of liiiiilneas tn-morioiv deposits
would iiFRiegalo $1,1100,000, The coin
pauy has a capital "lock of 1,000,000.
Broadway at 34th Street
the semi-annual sale of
3 Embracing a collection of the season's new
est models in regulation styles, greatcoats,
single and double breasted coats, evening
frock overcoats, and many others; shown in a
complete range of wanted fabrics and colorings,
and in a sufficient variety all around to ensure
every man getting the overcoat he wants.
$35 $38 $40 $45 $48 & $50
Only reason we make our own clothes
is that nobody else can make them so well
Men's Knitted Reefers
that are regularly 2.50
the province of
you from getting it in the neck
Just r00 crochet knitted silk reefers from the maker
who furnished those wonderful reefer values offered by us
only a short time ago. Made in white, pearl and black.
Ideal for cold evenings when you and your wife or your
best girl take in a show or steal to some out-of-the-way
corner for supper. Don't come any better at 2.50. Sel
dom come at all at 1.35.
A few extra special Reefer values
I A manufacturer's sample line of reefers, that usually sell
from 3.i0 to 8.00 apiece, on sale today at 1.95.
Knitted Silk Scarfs
values 1.50 to 2.50
If you wear a fold collar you should get
a liberal supply of these knitted scarfs
i 1200 fine hand-frame, all silk knitted scarfs, in all the
smart two tone accordcon effects, with lace cross stripes nt
stipulated intervals: and in solid colorings with bias stripes.
A really beautiful assortment in this sale, and if you arc
fastidious about your appearance , you can cater to your
vanity indefinitely among these colorful neckties, and at
but a trifling cost. Wonderful values, but limited in number.
1152 pairs . . values 1.50 & 2.00.
gray gloves this winter arc the
pink and pattern of propriety
ft 600 pairs of heavy weight street gloves, prix scam and
pique sewn. Just the kind you want for business wear.
552 pairs of fine light weight Mocha gloves, ovcrscam
sewn, and finished with heavy stitched back. Just the right
glove for evening wear. Excellent quality, in both va
rieties, nnd the shade of gray is that rich pearl effect and
not a muddy, nondescript, no-account color. The heavy
weight gloves arc 1.50 value. The evening gloves arc
2.00 value. The price of cither is I.n this morning.
950 Men's Sweater Coats
values $4, $5 & $6.50
you need a sweater coat at any price
but 2.95 is enough this morning
'5 Heavy shaker knit sweaters, the big, blustering fellows
that cold cannot penetrate. Cardigan knit sweaters, me
dium weight, close stitch, that have warmth without bulk.
Light weight worsted sweaters, made of high grade wool
in a high grade way. New Norfolk jacket effects, with
straps over shoulders and belt at waist, but regulation
models for the most part. All obtainable in Oxford gray,
maroon, tan, green, navy, and white. Rough neck, auto
neck and V collars.
Men's Underwear i 0
values 1.00 and 1.50 foyc
Men's Heavy Ecru Cotton Underwear, which is
known as "Vclvctrib," nnd is as warm and com
fortable as the name implies. The shirts have silk
front facing, nnd the drnwers have reinforced scams.
Regularly $1 per garment. At Saks' today 69c.
Men's Half Wool Underwear, silver gray in color,
medium weight, ribbed. Perfect in workmanship
nnd quality, and habitually sold nt one-fifty per
garment except today at Saks at 69c.
FLASHES FROM THE CABLE.
Iai.'!""" -Wiimcii wcic cm Imli il finm
iil.li U.liC in iv ill in- r.r...... ...
iicotwlii'liulni: Mile nf the I lit t .Wnclatlnn
nt 113 .'iiiiiiMl ir.cctlus.
ilADiuu. On Ulus Alfuuau's name day
a reefer is to keep
wlllcll Ik .liiuuuiy TJ, it f.ir rinclilns
iimni'Nty will b" KlHlitcil to political prls.
um-is ninl ntlici' otfcndvi s,
1 1 ct'.riiiu.. Tin- British BtfMiirr Aucli
cikimUii n.iB sunk In a foe nt tin- iiiuulh
uf the Mrriry liy tlio Biltlsh stcaniililp
l.n lllnnca. Tlu latter tewiinl th
i vwveUd ulilu'g crew. f