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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1913.
HUNGER WILL CAUSE
Mi .pile liiiil'(iriiiilil IWimii'I's
( ii l ini'l Hold Out Much
IIKI. AND SALT (iONK1
Wriici' Sees Half Sturvpil Turks
Trvinjr to New
ll ' I i'r,lnaitr nt Will, ttf t ' trttifn
Ml t ni
t. "It r. -1 1 Vll.t.HSK, -rtn AtHtlA-
I ill 1m -TIip nttnlstlee has tit
ele It possible to describe with
P i e-it.u-v how til" Kre.it fti-KP of
.p i , one of tin- best fnr'ltU-d
, i Hlt.it"'. is hein-t i-nrr'ed nil
1 1 i "p, indent has been permitted
t if tcry fnri'tiii"t position of
i . i-i whence the h.ilf ntiiri'il
1 - .1 their urecnlnh uniform, could
t - 'tiivr-iline In tho'i- trenches not
I l- away.
t .ii ilc. capital city of Thrace
,. i.i fiil II lnoUi'il this calm after
i -.'n- armistice. yy splendid
domes of Its boasted Sultan
,i .-line, called till- inol beautiful
u .l id. i iiii' could not easily
!if utu'ert.ilntv. tlv sickness.
. hi. th.it nin.it now li.uint these
i " iiiiMl streets .mild 1 1 ii t i ln.i.
. i . M.Mi'i'i. .i.i f.ilr attains! t ho
' 'i.- liy
i Th-kI.iIi fiiltliM it h:m hecn
i it there s ll.nir iMioiiKli In the
ir.ilie bread for si'vi'f.il month
It it tin' kerosene I Koni' now.
-a'l i Kuilc. The Inst inuj;h
: meat .mil Inst r.ili tiili will
. ..11 Despite Iti Itllpti'Knilht..
'iie i-lty cannot hold out much
. I tile peace ncnoii.ituns f .1 ' 1
t '1 Week tile sli'Bi. Klllll Will
? ".-T Mini amid that Inno, cut Up-
' .'-fT Thouirh ,'ic toll of death
r ie 1rre.1l. the moral effect w
Adrlaiiiiple will i.ipltil-
- h then ( the scene of the famous
r "lo To fie 1 a more detlnite Idea.
r,f x.uii'ielf Hi'ii'lnc blub overhead
1 net oplntie. yon would see what
r . rni.clily 1.0 described n.i a M-rie. of
-i.tii circles draw inn ever cloier
r. t ' i-r about the defended town.
...itermowt of these, fonneil of the
tr s'..rt mill hnspltnl camp and
v iu' in. and of the Renernl lieadipi.n -t"-"
.f the various divisions of the I.e.
tr. r Is nt least twenty kilometers
f' "i drl.1110ple. Three or four kilo.
v - more advanced nre the niowy
t"ius and lazily smokinK caniitlres .if
main body of soldiery About eleven
! 'meters from the city are the sirs..
1 1 t..r positions. These are always
c'wn behind a hill completely out of
sht of the. mark they seek to hit.
t- ads of earth nre hollowed and banked
1 '!'. In which the Ktin" rest snimlj,
t ieir crny muzzles protrudln nlons the
i. ound uphill.
One to two kilometers forward are
t ie advance positions of the allies. These
t 'o form a chain of retrenchment' prac
I ally consecutive. They are even now
fv.irmlnc with crlm. dishevelled sol
fi e walt!n to reume rlrlnu at a m
II :it s notice.
I'helr present lines face thoe of the
'S iinlv a few bundled yards away
' armistice has when them time to
I parr stronK positions. They will not
' I driven back, anil espi dally as
. a-e well covered by the tire of
m.icnlllcent ottoman forts, whldi
''i the Inner circle of defence about
r u .inaieters from Ailrlanoplo. These
! rn forts nre diadly. Seen from
' i.ei,ei;inc positions, even through
tr. .aci st binoculars, they resemble
1 ''is broad uusoditi .1 spots of clay
! w , h the sround In some distant
I' 'ite the tinnvval of battle. Chill
. . fa .s 1 ontlnuullv , satin rlnu wnls:
' n i'.c uemh'S. w hi. h hold It like
n... nathtiile. In it shiver the sol-
me with their rllb s ever rest-
l- n .ii.ertures waiting to shoot If a
' I ' "ii h"iiil "ih -nilil show over th.ise
. i.-t'ivv.ak'', three hundred yard'
1. va'.'e.v. X nv and then a rlfl"
N' i'. and then a far off cannon
-'.. ..ml whei'is. The rain thick
" !' w hard to see An oflk'er
a' 1 vMird of command. A hundred
v.l and ml-'rable men crawl for-v.'.-l
..it of the trendies and, stnoplnc
: a ' down the hill.
-i' ! 11 ,v thry are discovered by th
T.iK- straifKlIni; volley siits
1 .i:i the ra'n Prom the trenches
. ' " nil.es It Is answered viitorouslv.
1 hit cimpanv of men leap out awl
! ,1 down the hill. When they
ie bottom they drop hehlml
rr.-n ks and stones and add the
! k.e of their rifles In the general
1 a- Ali alone; the line advance now
'till" Field teli phones have oomrnu
r'.iti'd Willi the batteries and shells
"V I .lead.
' p rhe s:om toward the Turkish
' 11. I.e.s straitKle little knots of men,
' pi 1111; often down on their stomschu
.ke breath and lire, usually In pud
' as tlieie offer the best shelter from
z.ppuu; rltle balls. A cheer rlncs
ojv Avuy to the rluhl a score of sol-"-
have won 10 the verv trenches nt
' T irks. so that dark clail defenders
ih frantically In retreat.
i.i.ive dash, but so stubborn is the
iV'f'nio nt other points that at last even
' inlvantiiKo i lost and the whole
' " forced to retire I.eavlnB perhaps
' dozen comrades killed or helpless
' e valley, the eNhnuted Serbs or
s.M striiKprle panting bnck and sink
fi to rest In n foot or two of cold
' r it wns a sharp skirmish. Thera
" ' 'wn many such.
11 KadNKyol we passed the Servian
.i li..,irters A couple of kilometers
'iid a I'ompany of soldiers were dip
b Mr a deep ('nt In a mound they took to
" a tuiuuliiR, thus titllizInK the leisure
"f the armistice to delve for achwo-liici.-iil
ti insures In this very old land.
T.10 army has Kreut difficulty finding
fui Trrwipers hrlnRinR armfuls of
nt brushwood or timbers from
b "'lied houses dotted the hills. Hero
I'l" a transport camp, the canvos rov
rril w.iKons grouped close, tho oxen
"I'lneliliiB meapro fodder.
There were the Jacketed srny Kttns
"tid a equipment of a selge battery
timporarlly withdrawn from Its pnsl
1 n suarded by u trio of grizzled Hul
S: reserves In peasant garb; their
fcnvnnets fixed. As we nearpd the fore,
most trenches the Serbs were changing
Columns of dingy, blue clad men,
bent under rifles and shovels, faggots
and Kicks of food, straggled over thn
lope, crowing llio .way of wearier
An office building
A building in which
leee will find
inp' and service ex
' copVmnsI, iitlif nrw
the lie-t adverti'rd
building in the
West 42d Street
In location ii un
tifeMige is an Bel.
It appeals lo liusi
ne'es having a
Agents on premie.
Send (or handsome booklet
Vvnsv & Kl iimu 11
S4H Mud. Ave Tfl 6i00 Bryint
columns slniKitlln back after three
ilavs tu the trench.- toward the camp
six kilometer'" distant.
We dismounted from out sturdy little
native horses, and accompanied bv a
group of otllcor-. climbed a knoll ta
which under cover of some wicker mats
two Serbs were maltttis; 11 hole to t
tilled with dvnamlte In order to blow
lip the knolls, m the enemy bv nnv
chance could not recaptute it
l'rom tills elevation the Turks, them
selves shovelling earth on the opposite
hillside could be readily distinguished.
The binoculars brought them so close
we 1011I1I see the half starved form",
t.l" long -.allow faces, the ragged state
of the greenish dress. Pown the vntlev
beivveen and :nn k the Mnrltzn. on our
left, ran the line of white lines pro.
c'.ilmmij the trine nd there, far d.s.
t.int. the white minarets of 11 mosque
gleaming In the un on the left bank
of t e r.-fr In Adrlanople
ALLIES' SHELLS SET
ADRIANOPLE ON FIRE
1 Cn. tin 11I fiom Ffil '.iij.
1 with an ottoman redgious tepteenin
! tlve, but Wl-hes to Walt 1 while and i-"e
the result of the operations of ths
The position of the Tu'ltl-h Cabinet
' i de.'lated at n nna 10 b" untennble.
Th tin.1ncl.1l and ttiiMarv dim.oiltles of
Mhe iittotnan ibivernmetit are de'l.ired
jat th" Austrian eap;i ti to be Insut.
! Among the minor hems - n' bv cot-
1 teiiiniliiit at 1 mM '1 nt luopie is the
statement t'' it the pri setio (.f Knier
l'.ev. (h Young Turk leader, has In
come Impossible owing to his complicity
In the assassination of Nnsdm I'asha.
' the former Turkish comma nder-m-chlef,
and In will be sent to' Ana'otla to
supervise the transportation of rescrv-
i IM to the limit.
Tin- Sholk-u..mi bus s.-nt a i ir-
' i-til 11 to all priests to preaih urn ilk"
sermons 111 the moiUes and mouse the
' pitrlotism of tile people
ilrat ifi parations are beina made
at Constantinople to receive the wounded
in. m the front. Tin s'liools have 1 n
1 urii'd Into hii-pitals
! BULGARS ATTACK GALUPOLl.
.Will sccur.- K li Ilnrilnnelles If
I li.- Take 'lt..
, si .,1; 1 ,il.lf Itf-fHltr, tit Tlir s.
I I' IIIIS. 1'cb ."1 I lespHtehe.s I .('( I v.'l 1
here state that ilalllpoli has been at
i tai'ki d by the Kulgarlans and that In
th" event of Its falling they will secure
tile key to the I mi dandles
Despatches from I'era kiv the for-
eiL'ii diplomats are urging Turkey to
sui render Ailnnnople. It Is under
i stood that If this Is done the Sultun's
religious authority will remain th"
' same as In Tripoli
1 The plan for the neutralization of
Adiianople has fallen through
TURKS CAPTURE SERVIANS.
T' lliittalliinNi l'ru Islnns and
linn Taken nt cntnrl.
tfcwl Caltf IcajiafrA In Till' St
ItoMK. Keb. I.- The Turkish Kmbassy
here lins n repot t to the ( ffect that
Kssnl I'asha, the Turkish Commander
nt Scutari, aided by Albanians, sur
prised and captured two Servian bat
talions, which he disarmed and paroled.
He also captured l')0 cartloads of
provisions and ammunition,
NOTHING OF MENELIK S DEATH.
I Ilnllnn Minister Iteports Helnrn of
sptwil I'nblr iMwf'. tn Tar. Si v
Home, I'eb. I. The Italian (Invent-
ment lias tecelved a despatch from the
Minister nt Adl Adeha, Abyssinia, which
mentions the return of Prince I.ldJ
leassu to the capital, but makes no
reference tn the reported death of King
FLASHES FROM THE CABLE.
I.ivmii'ooi hundred thousand Hrilish
' babies die yearly for lack of adequate
public health regulations, Prof benjamin
Moore told the .Medico-l.egn I Sonet v.
IbiN'oi.n.r The long threatened strike
by officers of the Inter island Steamship
roiiipanv's vessels was inaim'irated when
twenty cnptnlns and mutes' ieni m their
Mabhkh.I.ks The steamship Camilla of
the Kahro Line sailed for New York, the
company having secured a staff of officer
from tliu port of St. Mala. The strike ion
tlniies. IIKRNE The "Swiss navy" no longer
will be a joke if the (lovernment surreeds
In Us project to raise n fund by popular
subscription to purchase a fleet of aero
planes, P.iKts Jean Meylheue, farm laborer,
cited for compulsory military service,
proved to be a girl and her parents were
haled into court to show why they falsi
fied the registry entry.
Toeio, The Japanese budget for this
year shows a total ordinary revenue of
K4,k77,h;'.'i and an exlrnordlanry revenue
of 2",.lH4,.i)l, while I lie ordinary expendi
tures amount lo I3II,0o:',o:mi and Hie ex
traordlieiry expenditures to si,i(1o,imix,
The expenditures Include 1150,000 for the
Panama- Paclllo Kx posit Ion.
Hkhi.in. A resolution regretting the
hesitation of th Herman army authorities
iu introducing "an army bill on a grand
scale corresondliig to tho gravity of the
present time" was unanimously adopted
by the Imperial League of Herman Towns.
PARIS BANDITS DENY
PART IN KILLINGS
Prisoners Try to lisciis An
11 rcli y With .Itnljrc When
IHKI'DO.NNK HAS A Mill
No Itiisli to llenr Cu.e. lint
I'nllee Hiuinl Air.'lillst
.i.i.l( tilhlf i;..irA hi Till Sis
I'.i Ills, I'eli. I The public lo-day abiiti
(loned all attempts lo witness the trial
of tho group of nuloiiioliile bandits at
the Palais ie .lustice There was no
ciovvil nitlside the building and the strict
ness in regard to admission was tela ted
somewhat vv ithiu the i out t
n admission card vvliiih was exacle.l
six tunes yesteiday lit the opening or Hie
trial was onlv asked for twice to-dav.
Nevertheless the extra police and liepbn
lican (iuards were still on duty and all
precautions agninst a rescue or disturb
ance were continued.
The accused bandits took no interest
iu to-day's proceedings anil none of them
listened to the interrogation of the Mag
il into except when Ins or her own par
ticular case was mentioned
Dieiidontie was the ilrt of the prisoner
to beexiiminisl 'I he chief charge against
him is the shooting of the bank messenger
on Ollleller stieet He H a loqua
cious mid argumentative anarchist who
fluently disposed of points which had not
been raisisl against him by the President
I of the court.
He used a hundred words where some
times one would have been sufficient
Hi- defence conised of Hat denials He
denied that he knew llonn.it. who with
(larnfer was the leader of the gang and
who was, killed bv the police and gen
darmes When cornered he always took refuge
in nnarcum when iUestioii"d about a
comrade, siying that his principles pre
vented him from divulging Ins name
In this way he refused to give the name
of the comrade who sold him a bicycle
which was proved to luiM' been stolen
Another comrade gave linn a baggage
cheek for a valise li ft at n railroad station
which contained stol-n property Another
comrade sold him tevolvers which were
found in his possession, but he could not
give th" names
I One of the strongest pieces of evidence
(against Hietulonii" except a positive
ideiitilii'.ition of him as oil" ot'the gang.
! is a telegram win to him nt N'aii"y two
days before th" Dnieper street aflair
telling him to come to Paris at once anil
signed "Haymow! "
Dieudoiuie explains that his wife had
left him for l.erulot. who was then the
director of the paper Anrrrjtn Dieu
doiuie stlieorifsasan Anarchist pi evented
bun lrnm opposing this, but later on a
iliiestion of iecoii"il!Htioii arov and hU
wife sent the Raymond telegram, t'alle
inin. another memlier of the gang, signing
it in order to avoid oflending Lerulot.
t'allemin later on confirmed thisexplaiia
tion Dieiidoiine siys ho was at Nancv at the
j lime of the Ordenor street affair, but proof
ot his nllli! is very vague I he pio-ecu-
...... I, ..LI. II, Ml 1... ..-.f.. ir....l i.. f, L..
" "" ""' ' ' "i-
th" alibi, and that It is ceiiain that
' lllatichet was about to denounce the lake
when the latter was shot and has since
ilinsppeared Dieiidonne kivs tho shoot
'Jtig was due to jealousy about a girl
! Dieiidoiine ended with a twelve minute
jpiotent against ii"similatiug nnanhists
with the bandits
t'allenii i was the next to be examined
He accounted for his possession of three
i"Viler.s when arrested by naying they
were neci'ss.iry to his occupation as a
smuggler from Helgium. foi which he had
."i.inki Irnncs handivl to htm. but he lefused
to sav bv whom
REFORM CLUB ROW GETS WORSE.
lllni'l.linllliiH of Itiiriin lie I'orrat
Mny rniise More In Unit.
Sfitftctt ixKlr tltupati'h to T.ll: Sis
l.stioN, I'eb. 1. The family quarrel
In the lleform Club whlih led to the
resignations of l.loyd (ieorgeond Wins
ton Chun lull, two members of the Cabi
net, was due to till' blackballing of a
prominent l.lheial member of Parlia
ment, who. according to the DtiHu A'j
prei. Is Itaton de I'onst.
He was either proposed or seconded
by Mr. Chutchlll, and Ills rejection Is
said to have mun. I indignation among
Hie menibets of th" Cabinet
The Itnilu .'j-;ire t-nvs Sir Kdward
!te. the Foreign Sei Ktary. and Lewis
Harcourt, the secret my for the colonies,
also threaten to leslgn from the club
junless u general meeting Is called and the
i rejection rescinded. This inn bo done
by a two. thirds majority
The rejection of a candidate for mem
bership does not Imply that this action
Is taken because of anything derogatory
to his character.
AVIATORS KIDNAP MAYOR.
Analrlnna Kl 411 .Miles With Una
ilnn Hon nil In Machine,
Special t atilr linpntrli tn Tui Sl.n
VtKN.s'i, Feb. The latest of many
rumored frontier Incidents arising out
of the Austrian and Itiisslnn mobiliza
tion)' concerns the nlleged kidnapping
of the mayor of the Husslan town of
j Itival aeroplanes of Hie two lountiles
have been busy for some time. An
Austrian airman was recently compelled
to descend In Hussla. His machine was
tonllHcated and the aviator arrested.
Tho Mayor of Pluck hearing thn noise
of an aeroplane descending at night
near IiIh residence determined to emu
Into the exploit of the other Husslan
olll'clalH and went out to arrest the In
vader. There wero two aviators In the ma
chine. They seized and bound the
Mayor, lashed him In the aeroplane and
ascended. They curried tho Mayor n
distance of sixty miles, when they camo
down, allowed tho Muyor to go, reas
cenilcd and made their escape.
NEW YORKERS MEET THE KINO.
II, A, (inrdlner and F. S. Pearson nt
Sprcial ralilt Deipalch In Ths Si x
London, Feb. 4. At the King's levee
In Hucklngham Palace to-night Robert
A. Gardiner nnd Frederick S. Pearson
of New York were presented In the gen
eral circle of military and naval at
taches of the Diplomatic Corps.
Cot. Htti SI. end 7ih Kit.,
Nfw Yolk Cily.
New Manufactory In
this city (rcsh dally.
Sold by all leading
druggists and grocers
I HIGH PRICES RIOTS CHECKED.
soldiers I'slrol Aliples Where .tfl
Pprsiin Were Injured.
Sl,iriftl t'uhlr lifpatrh to Tlir. St.s
Xll'l.i:s, I'eb, I Tile Neapolitan
strike iigalnsi the higher cost of living
continued lo-day, but rioting was
checked by the presence of several com
panies of troops. Soldiers patrolled the
streets and the city had every nppenr
ance of being under martial law.
During the lighting yesterday three
nltlcers 1 1 tu I fifteen soldiers and police
men and twenty-one other persons, In
cluding live women and children, were
wounded, but none seriously.
T.There were Insignificant disorders
tii-day In some of the subutbs, but the
police soon put them down, Mean
while measures have been taken to
prevent anv artlllclal Increase In the
prices of food. The price lists must be
exhibited In every store.
Klghty of the ringleaders In the food
disturbances will probably be tried on
a charge of carrying concealed weapons.
PUTUMAYO AFFAIR IN
COURT AND COMMONS
Case Win!: Director A mini's
('oinin.!i' Orey (Juiz.eil
,n'iut c,iM lr.iecft tn Tnr St.s
I.o.i on, Feb 4 - The proceedings for
Hie winding up of the Anvzan Company,
which owns tlie rubber concessions of
Peru, have been adjourned for two
Weeks pending the expected nrrlval of
Julius Arnnii. the leading director of
the onmpan. who, It is alleged, Is to
sail for London In two weeks to tetlfy
befole th" com t.
The Judge intimated that there would
be no further adjournment If It was
i found on tl date referred to. two weeks
.hence, that Alalia had not sailed for
I The mat'er catr.i up in the House of
I Commons to-night Sir Kdward Crey,
the Foreign Sci'M'taiy. leplying to a
(question bv Lord Itobeit Cecil as to
iwlicth"! niii body hud as yet been pun
i Whed for the atio, Ities on the Indians
'in the putumuyo ili-tilil. anl he had
nut loniil of any one being actually
I punished, but several arrests had lieen
i made and orders had been Issued for
the arrest of Arann and others.
I Jnsph King, Liberal member for
.North Somerset, asked If A rami would
'be arrested on his arrival In Kngland.
The Foreign Secretary facpllcd that this
was not a very direct question
At the resumption to-day of the In
quiry into Hie Putumioo outrages
i Chairman ilolsTts of the committee up
braided Mr liielmid, the secretary of
I the Amazon Company, and the torpora
lion itself for having misled the For
jelgn ofll. e on the point as to the cost
of the production of rubber and the
amount paid to the Indians for this
' work, which, he said, was sometimes
under 10 cents jier kilogram. It had
'also lieen shown, said Chairman Hub
erts, that the lompanv had paid SL'.'i a
j month to armed xlgllantes whose sole
! business it was to look after the In
j dla u.
I ('halt man Huberts quoted various
items of expenditure inthe company's
ai tints "for reducing the Indians to
Mr. filelKiid replied (hat the reports
were all made In good faith
LOST GAINSBOROUGH IN COURT.
llnes.r. i Wns Once Prop.
erl or llurlnn Hull.
Spfuil ' ttr llnpntcK tn Tnr Pes
LiiNhox. I'el. I -The suit over the
mvsrerv of the Onliidborough portrait
of Lad Ann Htirtnn was continued In
the law emu t to-day.
i The painting, which was purchased
j by the Vnnews. the art dealers, at a
sal- at cinisties in 1911 for t-nn0
from the inte Mr Allen, the amateur
avintor who was lost In the Irish Sea.
and wlm was n descendant of Lulv
I Ann, was displayed on the bench and
j Identified by the wife of a local Judge.
wno useu io visit, Kiirton Han nerore
Mr. Knglednw leased the place and took
Mr. Knglednw Is one of the three
1 defendants, the others being the Ag
! news anil the executors of the late Mr.
The plaintiff is o. F. Hurton of llur
tnn Hall, and he seeks to recover pos
session of the picture. He is a son
of the Inte owner of Hurton Hull and
alleges that during the tenancy of Mr.
Kngledovv the picture disappeared.
('. H. Thorpe, Mr. Burton's solicitor,
who visited Hurton Hall In 1!')6 fur
the purpose of Insurance and valua-1
Hon, when Knglednw was not living
tlieie but still rented the place, testified
that he was not permitted to see the
picture, which was locked up with
others by special direction of Knglednw.
The butler and a groom of the latter
also recognized the picture exhibited
In court ns one that had been on the
premises The case was adjourned for
ITALY PROTESTS ALLEN BILL.
I'. K, Inspectors on Mhlpa Natd tn
Violate International Un.
Sprcml Cable Dripatch to Tns 8rs.
Romk, Feb. 4. The Hun's correspon
dent hears that Italy has protested to
tho Government at Washington against
tho clause In tho new Immigration bill
providing for American Inspectors on
Germany nnd Russia, It Is said, are
llkewlso contending that this clausn Is
a violation of International law, as it
Is not Included in the treatlej between
these countries nnd the United Stntw,
and moreover tho measure Is domestic
legislation, which Is not applicable to
Italy Is not opposed to the clause In
the bill In regard to the admission of
Illiterate or undcrslrablc person.
J. C. BISHOP CHARGES
WIFE IS INEBRIATE
Itnnker. Sued for Divorce, Mnkes
Public Affidnvils of
II. OK 15 COCKTAILS A DAY
Flutler Snys He Prepared Tlmt
Many Statement Issued
in Her Heliulf.
Itllterness which has developed be
tween Mrs. Abigail II. Hlshop and her
husband. James Cunnlngliiim lllshop,
of the Kinking firm of Hedmond At Co.,
since Mrs. lllshop llled suit for divorce
naming Mrs. Leila (lalnes Uwnthtney.
wife of J. Temple (J wathmi y, former
president of the New York Cotton F..
change, and Mr, lllshop retaliated Willi
charges that hi" wife Is not now In her
right mind, led to public statements
In behalf of both parties yesterday.
For Mrs. lllshop the allldavlts of Drs.
J. Hanisey Hunt, Pearce Halley mid
Charles L, Dana, alienists, were made
known. Dr. Hunt said that when h"
examined Mrs. lllshop In April, 1010,
her condition was such that he found
It necescary to have four trained nurses
lake charge of her and keep her locked
In bet apartment,
Dr. Halley said In his affidavit that he
examined Mrs. Hishop with I)r Dana.
"In view of Mrs, Hlshop's excitement,
anger and violence nnd In view of her
charges of cruelty and Infidelity agninst
her husband, for none of which charges
could I find reasonable basis In fact, Dr.
Dana and I on December 22. 19(K, signed
the medical certificate for a special com
mitment to St. Vincent's Ketrent at
Iliurlsnn, .V. Y. This Institution has u
special charter for the reception of
women whose minds have become un
balanced through Inebriety"
Dr. Dana said he had been Informed
that Mrs. Hlshop drank twelve bottles
of beer a day besides gin and cocktails.
"Mrs, Hishop sulTeied from recurrent
attacks of hypomanln, during which
she had an uncontrollable desire to
drink, and this indulgence In drink In
creased the maniacal symptoms," said
Dr. Dana. "While such people nte not
entirely Irresponsible or need custodial
care, they ale not persons who can
safely be trusted to care for themselves,
their property or their children."
It was said that Dr. Dana's affidavit
was made especially with a view to Its
use In behalf of an application by Mr.
lllshop for the custody of his five
daughters. The eldest daughter, Mary
c. lllshop, wlm is living with her father
at the Hotel He.mont, made an affidavit
concerning a statement she supposed
to hne signed in 1S0P, when she wns
1.1 yeats old
James P. Munro. until recently em
ployed as butler by Mrs. Hlshop, said he
gave her drinks' secretly for a long time
and paid for certain bottled goods from
his own pocket. He said it was under
stood that when Mrs. Hlshop asked him
to fix something or see that the cup
board was all right it meant that he was
to send her a glass of whiskey secretly.
She drank "a great deal" during tlie
summer of 1911, he said.
Louis S. I'osner. attorney for Mrs.
Hlshop. gave out a statement last night
charging that Mr. Hlshop Is attempting
lo befog the issues of the divorce case
with an attack on his wife's sanity. He
said that the charges against her "are
overwhelmingly refuted " while the
"proofs of the defendant's Infidelity are
Mr. Poner said that Mr. Hishop made
an ntlldavlt In 1909 that Mrs. Hlshop
"Is not Insane and has been n devoted
wife to me nnd mother to my children."
SMALL PRICES AT BOOK SALE.
Three Vnlumr ( MnrU Tnnln'i
Works snlil (or 9-'i.T,U.
Svtnat Cabtr Dripatch tu Tnr. Srs
London, Feb. t - The jn-.e of books
and manuscripts and early printed
books and works of rtandird and for
eign literature at Sotheby's was
continued to-day. The prices reali7ed
were not xery high.
A first edition of Defoe's "Robinson
Crusoe" brought $12.1. Mark Twain's
"History and Antiquities of the City of
York." In three volumes, wns sold for
Henry Whitfield's ".Strength Out of
Weakness or a Glorious Manifestation
of the Further Progresse of the Gospel
among the Indians In New Knglnnd
Held Fortli In Sundry Letters from
Divers Ministers nnd tjthcrs to tlie Cor
poration for Promoting the Gospel
among the Heathen In New Kngland"
sold for J43.T.1.
"The Hooke of Common Prayer nnd
Administration of the Sacraments and
other Riles and Ceremonies in the
Church of Knglaml," of about date of
137S, sold for $250.
A German Hlble printed nt Nuremberg
In 1483 went for $20.1, "Saint Itrldget."
printed at Nuremberg In 1.102, nld for
SUFFRAGETTES DARE POLICE.
Paste Their Posters nn Million
Choose Prison Terms,
fperiol Calif Pupt'lfl' In Tnr. Srv
Lonihin, Feb. 4 Three mote suf
fragettes were sent to prison to-day for
a week. The militant trio was enptured
by the police In the act of despoiling
the front of a police station by past
ing posters bearing the words "Voles
for Women" nnd manifestos issued by
the Women's Social nnd Political I'nlon.
the organization of extreme militant
Ism. The women, who carried buckets filled
with paste anl large brushes, made no
resistance when the police rounded them
up. They were then taken to the How
street police station, the scene of mnny
suffragette outbursts, and arraigned.
They refused to give their names,
and when given the alternative
of a $5 fine or a week In prison choose
the latter without hesitation.
BOMB KILLS 20 CHINAMEN.
(imrrnor fur Whom It Was In
Sptcinl Coble litipnlrh Iu Tin Si.
Foo Cuow, Chlnu, Feb, I,- Twenty
personn were killed hern to-day when a
bomb thrown at the Civil Governor of
Foo Chow exploded In n crowd. The
Governor wus unhurt.
He was crossing the Foo Chow bridge
at the time and saw the man hurl the
bomb at him. The Governor ran up nnd
seizing the man held him until the po
lice arrived. '
Broadway at 3-lth Street.
A news item of vital interest to men !
Today and tomorrow
a Sale of Men's
Formerly $23, $25, $28 & $30
The models embrace single breasted, double
breasted, regulation and belled coats, with all the dis
tinctive features in this season's overcoat styles.
1 The fabrics ofTord you the choice of as many color
ings and designs as the present season has produced.
! The tailoring is exclusively Saks tailoring, w hich
means that these coats arc the acme of perfection as
to workmanship and finish.
J The style is something which is as hard for us to
put on paper as it is for most tailors to put into
clothes; il is so palpably, so unmistakably There, that
you will rccogni2c it all the more readily for its ab
sence in the generality of ready-for-service production.
J The price calls for no further comment.
KAISER'S BUREAU OF
PRESS 'DENIAL' SUED
(I'cniiiin Ktlilor Tinnl fop I'l'int
i ii ii" Art it'lt hv Kitlt'i'lcn
Witi'i'litcr. .v,rii' Inblr llfpntili tn Till l
l!i:m.i. I'Yb. I. Light wns thrown on
the workings of the Government pre-
bureau, whlrh Is popularly known as
'.he "ilenl.il Ill.ll'llllle," by ,i libel suit
against tlie SmlU tUrmnn (nvfte,
whlrh was heard to-day.
The Inlluence of tlie bun-ail In In
tlueni'lng statements in the newspapers
and iu denying and suprcsslnc Ineon
veiilent and Indiscreet announcements
has lung been notorious.
To-d.ivs suit was brought by Dr.
von WilUe, edltot of a political news
ngeiiey winch in .November sued a
statement on th" lntertiiillon.il situa
tion which w.is regarded as llk.'ly to
distill Ii public opin.on. Tin- .V011 Git
moil (Smcllc piintnl nil unusually
sharp denial of the story, relinking the
agency for publishing statements In
spired by "Impute motives" and on.
vlously insinuating that lloerse move
ments were behind It.
Ur. Wtlke Immedli.telv challenged
the chief of the press bureau to, a duel,
but the head of the bureau icpiiillati d
responsibility for tlie stateiiii nts of the
.V011 Herman lliizelle.
Or. Willie's next move was to sue
Dr. Hunge. the editor of the .V011 Her
until t!n;ell, for libel. Dr. Itunge tes
tified to-day that the nitlcle of which
Dr. W'llke complained was written by
the late Hi.rr Kldi rlen-Wmchtet . the
.Minister of Foreign Affairs.
After a long hearing the court decided
against Or Itunge, s.iylng there was
nothing to support his allegation against
the ugency and that he hud no knowl
edge of Ilerr Klilerlen-Waecliier's arti
cle before It was pilntcd.
Although it was admitted that In view
r.f the relations of the Foreign otllre and
the Xurlh Hermit n dinette. It would be
dlftieull for Or. Itunge to alter Ilerr
Klderlen-Waeehter's contribution. Or
Itunge was lined ."" marks. It was alo
ordered that the Judgment should be
published In the Siirth Crn,uiii tiif.elle
and that nil copies of the offensive
article should be destroyed.
SALVAGE AGREEMENT SIGNED.
II I u Nations turrcil ami 1,1 1 It- lines
Will soon Until- II.
' 'f-.i'., '.1 Tin: 'iv
I.iiMhin, Feb. I. - Ihitlllcntlou of the
international agnemint conference in
regard to collisions nnd salvage at se.i
for which n prellmitvirv understnndlng
was reached ir Hriissels in 1 HI 0. Is now
Tin- 1'nlted State-. Cleat Ilrltniu
(Wmanv Franco, Holland nnd llolirluni
have nlfeady signed. inliers of tin.
twenty -two countries concerned lino
intimated their Intention of tntlfylug
Ihe Intenion within a mouth
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MANUEL TRIES POORS' PUDDING.
j l'.i-llnu Islts lit-s l.oilulnw
llllllae mill ll.'ll- U llli l.lli-sla.
Sicihi ', Ih .,,,. Tin Si
I.oxikiv. Feb. I Former King ,Man
j iiel of I'lil'tumil to-day visited one of
tin- London I'liuntv FouncH's lodging
, houses for single men on K-'inlile
He ll'e 11 penny Win III of Ill-Mil pllll
diug an.l j. inn. .111:. . .1 it I'M i'lli nt He
ufterwaid cluited with seviinl of the
The m.inagei offen d to keep the foi -mer
iiiiin.mli for ,1 shilling .1 d.iv.
King Manuel said he would think the
niattir over, mldlng. 'I bate often
sli pt in worse plni es "
NATIONS PLAN TO GUARD OCEAN.
esM'l .Mm- Hi- i:.iiliii'il 11, tl.irn
lillicrn of i'i,
s,ri,i I tihr lltiitt h tn Tlir 5
l.itKIU'iKii., Feb. A. 'the Jtmriiiil of
Ctimmerec s.ivs the (lovcrmnen is ne
gotiating with the leading Atlantic
Me.imshlp lines for sharing the cosi of
equipping and iiiulnt.iiniug .1 w.-mI ii
tin- Atlantic lie regions to notify .Miii-ii-can
ports and Urn rs nt si .1 of .b
presence of hi' nnd othei dangers
Such a tcsM'l will bate th.- nios:
powerful wiiele.'-s apparatus v. huh a ,s
possible j,, install
CAMPANIA UNABLE TO DOCK.
Weather I'retenls I.iiiiiIIiik tlnll no I
I'iiam iiucr nl ( II l'l 11 s 1 11 it 11.
-t.filill 1 'lb ll,ftltrl. tn 'I'm Si
ijt i:kn'htow v l'i 1 1 t Tin- I'un.iidi
t'ampani.1 from N-iv Yuri: wns unab,
to land her minis or passengers here
to-day bec.tUM' of heavy weather and
continued on to Liverpool
nleisure nf Hri
sunerinritv in th
runner nnrl nm-!-; K
to insure its invariable
soil on earth for tea growing.
the garden, ready to imDirt
...III 1. -: 1 ; .
will uuiling water.