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THE SUN, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 0. 1913.
ixnittil lave tlltlo tn font- If he made .1
lean breast of rt rry ttiintc. iriHmllne
whatever lie knew "f 1 lie emirsc Which '
police !!' i" ! I'Ht M.OIIeV takes .ill lt J
way "higher up " Inculcntnllv. Walsh's
i tnlssarlox m i . unmistakable In
fciiatmti ilui; the DNtri.-i Attorney I"
.Vt limiting for Hi.' "Miliar frv" of the
poll, c protection system, mid 'h.it any
ipo opening negotiation wild lilin wli
tave to go I ho whole rmirJi1, without
.olilinR b.iok personal friends or any- '
men who talked with the l)ltrlct
ttorney yesterday Afternoon snl'l
tr.inlilx. that Walsh xxas willing treat
with the prosecutor If the term were
satisfactory. They said tliat the cap
uln was very bndly worried and that li
tic was assured of the required terms he
would confess his own part In th v.nloiu
.matters, and would tell whatever elo
lie know that might be of value tn th
Mr. Whitman and his assistants let
1' he known that an Indictment would
e asked for on Mondrtv against the
.i it .i i n. no matter what nilisht occur
meanwhile. Tho'e who have heen work
ing" up the case Insist that there Ik to i
much ovideliio !( allow them to drop
i' at this Juncture 'Hut whether or
im' Walsh tan render stifllcilcnt er-
xioo II." Mill .' ,u . ,oe. .,,.,, v W(1 ,.1onn0) ;1
. imi- In not bringing liU axe to trU Thl. i,,,,,,,.,,,,. , ,,.,,. , .,UpK,,in
.i.men.N citliolv upon what the poll . ,,v ,..m((ry ,. ,.,.,. (...-r .iin--t fur
oinecr haP to -ay. If he tells Mr. Whit- , rmtnUl( ., ,,o h.,(i tntoned n
. man he has no knowledge of nnvb.sly pi,U.om.,n ltl rri)lll f lh(. tl,bep!e ire
'ilcher up there will he no ren-nn for ..,,,,.., ,,. , ..;, Wet Fiftieth
ae District Attorney to teeoiumond anv ,,.,,, ft,na complaints made
-pedal clemency In hl case. For SKI1IHt te building bx Kit her Delaney
far as the captain I" concerned 'ho ,,f the Paitllst Kith etc II-did till.', he
H-oi.eem.ir- oil e- fee N ery oonllderit ,.C11U(I(. ,. ,,,sideted )t more
ef the strength of its position, and effective method than ii raid. He with-.-.c,
the protler of certain documentary ,,rrw 1H mn hP .Mtl because he.
re.ords yesterday wa- declined on the nr.,.(,.,l htm for other work. He ld
c.i.. olid that Hi- ease nlr-adv wa- - om- ,. , ,.,. , MllVl,r (;livm.r'.- let
I' 0"" 1 if i regarding t til- matter of placing po-
I'lie development- yester.lax brought i n ,,,. in frnt of houses until after-
t mailer neater home to u eeitHln In- 1 war,j
-I..-, lor. I'nh. eman i'ox t-.ld the A) liuekner i. ad the , orr-.-pondence
net Attorney that !:. of the M I'i'o in , . lni.1,ll,lkr Hl.rH from the
(i-.d to k.ep Sl(i out of New York .,.,. ,,r ;.. ,,m , ti.n Mavnr
. .me fiom tin- lusi toi The Di-ii ict i 0,ml,,llnntf , .,' policeman had
v",,rll".v- 111 ' ' ionideimn tli. ,,.,. stil, ,.,, , f,,m, f the Kobe-
po-lhlllty of hrltiKlnif n rhartje of con- . ,, lho MnVl,r s ,,-tter to the
Miracv amun-t tin r four men who ,((lllt.(. t.mmi--!otiet' whU h followed.
or. said to Imve helped to laise the Am., llHr i,.;l t.v Mr. Hticltntr
Slpp tund. Yestetdax- Information .s .in,.iii iiem- lomplalnt about
would Indicate that the delendants , n,. :,.s.nireld'H p,ace This the
mcIi a con-phacy eharse would Include , M (V u. lr iI ,,.,,.,, , ,h i.,.p com-to-
mspectoi 1 m!-lon.r wltli the Miitceition that an
I'os and hi- brother .-pen1 e m .il I .... ,.uf,. . i,. m.i. ,.,. t.mt.eetor
Ill tile 1 Mm I let Attol lll-V S
estetdiy iifteinoon The
man lianded to Hie District Attorney
list of hotel- and other teoii- I'non
wliicli lie aid lie had collected nionthl.v
t.ibute The li-t wa- prepared In l'oxs
own hand and included twenty-one
place- The policeman said that wh.-u
he bewail (olleitlllK a li-t was l!leu
to lilm verbally and that he committed
( to memory lie said be never had .
wilttell list of the pko timn vvhiih
lie WHS to collect
The onlv varlatne In Co i,u e
far. and he now hi.- been iinilr tuc
eNamlnatiou of the Histrb' Af.un-v
pi rMUiull.v tor thr.-, da.vs. wPli i.
uard to his own ptntlt- ti-om i oileitinu
t tirst lo declated that lie n- ;- re
ceived a cent out of all he collected on
Tuesday In- admitted thai he hail re
ceived 10 per cent Mr. Whitninn put
he same iues-.iou to 1dm In a -troni;
manner yesterday and so; from the wit-to--
the ndml-eoti that hi- total i om
rnilon wre . pr cent . but M'-.i
cad t" stand the csp.-ns. and thn' h'
nn protits was not over l' pet i '! :
he had told on Tin-d.iv.
Fox told Mr. Whitman enierda tliat
fii far he lin- not spent -. een'. of ''-'
own money In connection with h' I
Iiresr-nt trouble, althntiftli he ha- fur-,
nl.-hed ball twice and ha- paid con-lde--able
amount- in cottn-el fee-. Ah...
pethrr Cox say- his epond!U!o- h.T
'een ll.Sj'l .-Xclll-lVe of til - .",,fl(ill c.l-.'l
bail upon wlili h lie i- now ar !ib"itv
Whmi he wa- tlr-- irns-.i-d. h- -aid
tie ball bond which vv . futtn-he.l la
'u .Muirl-tia'es coin: co-t V.'O", bip h"
ildn't hav- to pay It Afu r h
udleted and held in Ki.i'im bail .lu- '
II'" (il'lf he Went to the Totllbs Tlie
t'!-t two or three attempts Jet lull,
for hint failed because the t .state
'ond.- olT ted iv. re not i.innd .o.etit-
be H" Il 1(1 lieetl ,11 I est, d oil Til' -d l
December J I lie let!. Sited !ll tile'
Tomb- net:' t'i, r.ian;nu Cr .lav when. '
lie fav, he lold li lavvver cuitieited with '
he m.ltte: that it lie .-! Hot tele.l-ed j
I! ball bv the full, .Willi: llav lie WmiiiiI j
c ' Into con-.iinu ailon with the Di-trlct j
iiornev -i i- ; i-ii im'i j
f n-nl-heil ihe v.r nesi dav
lie lllllll l.lts. ll III l.eep Mpp oil! . Hie
im Miction. I'e:; told Mi Whitman i.
fnlay. wa- 1 "". Instead i.f the t.i.idii
of wlili 11 Slpp had hoard Two bundled
and llfly dollar- of this. I'ox had been
'nfotrned. came fiom a police cnptiitn.
and V.i'i". .o'ciirdliii" to hi- inrormatlon.
'nun a police lii-pectot The miisi.o .
Cos told Mi. Whitman, wa- tnintd ovei
'" one lawver to be passed nt to Slpp
-ipp alieiob ha- lold the Dlsirlci At
torney that he iicelved 47oo of it What
became of Ihe lemallllllK f.","'1 I- one of
the many matter.- now entrairlni, the at
tention of the Dl-triet Attornev
Cox said yesterday that he poison
ally turned over to a certain lawyer
Jl.vifiO in connection with hi- affairs,
none of it bolnir his own money
total, he said, represented paynientH,
made on different occasion-, of 2."o,
Hon. $'.'S'I and ?!riH. The tlrst two pay
ments he understood to be for counsel
fee-, (lie nthels for keeplnvf Slpp out of
I'ox has told the Dlstilct Attorney
what ho knew of the soutee of each
one of these payment'. The t!)f(l, which
was tho larirest amount handed to him,
bo said ho received from another po
Hceman. xvho.-e name lie has ttiven tn
Mi Whitman, on the occasion of Cox's
arraignment In the Manlstrato'a court
on December SO. This money. Cox
was told, came from an In-pector, and
Cov wa.- Informed tliat II was paid to
him In lie paused on to Hipp for the
purpose of keeping t,(. Informer out
of the Jurisdiction,
Cox told Mr. Whitman yesterday the
name of tho policeman who, he said, had
collected uruft III Ihe Cast U'llth street
precinct lietoro he took up hi- work, arid
thlH man ptobably will be called before
the District Attorney to-dax
Dr. W. II. Cplon, ("apt. Walsh's ph.
mclan, called upon Mr Whitman yes
ttrday afternoon with regard to (fnpt,
Walsh's physical condition, tn i'pnm
Mid that the captain was In a hlithlv
nervous condition and that lie was uf.
h-iiiik iiom a seveie nrfection ,,r n,.
Attorney Whitman secured
tlllHtlce (Joffs consent vesterda- for II,..
Mimic, sl.tim; iih ,! M.'is ra r . '.o
Dot. ..r,w,llt.. ... I.. :,
,"' "tltlr, ... u.,.1 in.
.o.iuu.i xxHiicssea xvnose names thn DIs.
iik-i vxnoiney now bus in Ida posses -
skill. The til r-t of these
ably will bu held to-dax
INSPECTOR DWYER ON STAND.
rnminnnriVr nf Trnderloln iar Ills,
trlcl Has Been t'lenneil Vp,
i Inspector John V. Dwyer, the "stlor
iweop," who Ut ummer succeeded
Quality Never Varies
mmm mmfmmm!m!msTmmmm I
pector lliyes In command of tto-'
rourth Inspection dl-trlct, the tipper ,
Tenderloin, testified before the Currati
I Aldermanlc commltlee ve-terday. He ,
I -aid lie thought he , id his dltrlct 1
v,,, 'a tii-ud. The r.illce Peiiartmeut
... . i HuoUncr. .-how that
this vv.i- cart led out oy rnferrlns: the
.oinplalnt to ln-pe, tot- Dwyer "for Im-
mediate inv e-timition and report " -Mr.
I Hurkner ,a led the attention of the com
i mlttee pi tols matter as purtieukirlv
evlili'tu itisit.i. . of vvha he hns termed
The iiuplaint. will h was e:i- direct
io Mi Caynoi. tol the .Mavor that If he
ilioutthl Dwyer had (leaned up the up-
, tier TVnderlolt
loir, he could -end -utile one Wny of K u-tenilj.' Mt Mad 'ullaEli say
tosenfeld - pace at If'-.' Ve-t -All indications point tn the fact til.i:
to Itean-.v I
Cot ty-fotirfh -treet -whT' von can
pla.v pokei ' Pokei - a stall." the le-
tet went on "Yoi can i"-t on tne
liore. the.v will a. most take counter-
... .. f ... .. II. .... . .1.... n .. ......
I.-ll IflOll.' 1 O'l Will ill-,' llllll il- UJ11I-
plete .lilll blli-hed a Sl.lllS of iTook.- a- i
ever ti led ,i pirate ship" After naminc
, a few of thee the writer continued
Tlie cop- i nine in once a da. walk in i
' aet thlr pai'ns . toJ-eii a- Uiev refer to
't liele mill keep I hep te- II till eal
sllllt till'' Ihey K(. out Tile lnCtll of
'Vr i,n dep. nit- on l-.nw !i,-av!'v their
palm- ale .ioss.,1- Th. o'fer . oti-
billed W ill the ;.'Hnelt that -t'ler
ie- Dw.vei toel llie Miieruieu
place hud b.ii under -urwil-
lame -.,i -ome t-ine and -lint li hart
t II ( iii-ed l,p lie tlloUKIlt the !ettM
wa- written bv ..un.' one who had ad-
'iii. know leilue Mm. 'li" place vva lo
' ., pencil aualtl V- sihii) ;- lUW'et
i ai.i Pa- the pl.o open ajaln he
l.i:.i. i I .!. 11. -rt'il Aftel leceivmc
le' .el .VIuVO! Hajtl'l! Will',.' to the'
( 'omiiit--!oiie- sajlni; "Perhap- voul
nail belief lux e-tiu.re Mil- nutter over I
his llellli '
Iti-p.M tot Dvvxet -aid that h sen on j
lo Hi adipiarier- w hatever complaint- tic
I. Ived that -ft ined to him to be of I
linportance. li was left to hi- disc re- '
t ! hi whether io foiwaid them or not. lie I
-aid. bur added "If I failed to forward'
a complaint lha- turiud out late" to hi ;
of importance i- would not be very
pleasant foi me ' He said that lit sen;
his own men into saloons and other
laces t" ( evidence of ejul-e vlola-
t ion- onlv on
iec. iv.-d tlies,
ordeis on eiulit
,),,. s.,j .m,inK tile
i, had i.iiili d on tlie streticth
,,rib.r- named the Crolii-. In
l-evetl'b Mtee near llioadway. which.
lie s,,. vv.i- run by a former police
I 'leiitenanl nainfd O'Connor.
, Tlie other witness yesterday was In-
ip(-( tor Pat tick I llarkin- of the Clithth
'Inspeciion district. In llrooklyn. Inpec
;ii llarkin- said that he ha- no ipies.
i Inuiiible re-oit- in In- nelKhboi hood and.
, -o far a- he know-, thete are none in
! "Is it possible Ihat there ale none of
I these places left in Cieater New York?"
vlr. Iluckner asked. "We have lieaid
'rorn the inspectors or the Tenderloin
I that there are none there nnd now
'there seem- to be none In llrooklyn"
The committee adjourned until 10:30
o'clock .Monday inornlnK. Inspector
Sweeney, who had been RUbpienaed, wnfl
told yesterday that he would riot be
ie(tiired to attend at the next (soi-ion,
.Mr Iluckner announced that the com
mittee had now (In Is hod xvlth the In
spectors and that on .Monday it would
hear f.ieut. Honest Dan Co-tlitan and
Lieut Domlnlck Itellly
BILL TO SUPPRESS RESORTS,
l.cl . Xlenoorr I'ermlla Injunction
l(alnat .t Kllirta of n tanner.
Al.UXNV. Feb. B, The stipptesoti of
dlmideily re-orts In this State li aimed at
by a bill Introduced to-day by Asai-mMy-man
Aaion ,1. Itevy, majority leader of the
Assembly, at the request of the Committee
of Fouiteeti of New York.
Cnder the new measure an Injunction
can be obtained, which would permit tlie
rloslriK of I he house alleged to be disor
derly while the case was belriR tented In
"Cnder the common law of t he Stale."
said Mr. l.evy lo-nlght, -a disorderly house
was said to b a nuisance and a a such
could be abated, This act declares disor
derly houses to be nuisances, nnd provides
the wholesome remedy of applyliiK for an
Injunction to restrain th liulaunee. Such
resorts aie to lie hipf closed a oar after
conviction Tlie hill Is similar to the act Al
ready In fence In Iowa and Nebraska, and
like the one recently allonted bv consent
' 7. "i 1 ". ."",nM tVJ"M0 a""
I BpI. a? '.n .l..
of the Cnlted Stains Senate and miidn to
!.. .'.."."."" IMIUI
, 'hotel-.' In New York such as the Haltlc, of
Allien (leoree Slpp was the proprietor. In
1 wouiu nr
brlna- about the cmnnleln
closliiK of the nuestlnnahle resott or an
absolute rhunKe In the character of tlndr
The Wall Htieet edition of THK Cvkninu
Sf.N contulin all the nnanclat nes and
tho stock and baud quotation- to the dose
or the market The eloshiB (iiotatloiis, n
rliiillns tb" "bid and asked" prlres, with
auditiunai mvs mutter, arc contained also
In the Nlaht Final and Completu Final
caiuunk oi ihe liviNt.Nu avu. Aav.
IBULGAR ADVANCE ON
! ADRIANOPLE BEGINS
Acroi'limr Ifovorina Ovpi- U
-ioi-cil Hty anil Ooiicrdl
A It IH'k l KviMM'll'll.
.MAY (A PTTRK (iAIJ.II'illJ
Itiilirni'iaiiN I'lniiniiii: In Ttikt
I'tsfssitin of Pmi in n In
Tlicif Aim Is I'nkuowii.
Slrr ill I alilr tinpttr), in Tio fi
laiN'Po::, I'eb. t'.. Not wlth-tandhiR the
meiiKrenes.- of the news I' may be in-
f,,rrel that Impoi tant movement- are
pro'eedlni; In the neighborhood of C'on-
-tnntlnople. nltlioiixh a- yet. so far a-
on be learned, there has I n no Unlit-
ln or con-euuence either at Tchataldja
or (lalllpoll. H look- as thoimh the llul-
s.ir- were carrvliut out a cliatme or tnc-tu-,
but whether this I- on their own
Initiative or I- due to Mime thre.iteiiliiK
operations of the Turk- Is not clear
An indirect de-patch fiom I'hillppo-poli-
says that a general aitack has
been ordered on Adtlanople with the
Eleventh llulitHrluti division. Iluluarlan
aeroplanis ale hoverlm; over the cllv in
the direct line of tire.
The de-patch add- tint the Itnl
Karlatis In n night attack (aptuted a
fort to l ho northeast of Ainiuikeui mid
capiuie.i in.. .orMso ,.r.-i
s;!r;::ndr::; :;r,ha,, h. .i,:.,,;;;.,, ;,; r ur7
, abnndone, anv lit.medl-ne. s.rloti- mnny Mtiatters whl-h wa- eMue-.,l . n .ho -hop wheie I .,,,,,( wa-killed Ho
nUWn"t t" cnptt,p. theTclmtl.lja lines In the d. nion-tratlon- -u.-Kle a mt.,1 for ho !.W fnu, found ...
and are bemnnim; an lmpottan. move- , 'h- Porte 1 h- demon-trators cmtirls. ,1 In- pn-o-, on by Wyii,K it was propa
ment. which is backed b the Creek llr!"- ,hp arm' '"""or- .-econdlv, the s.indi-t Hili-criilloii from 1.1- anarchi-t
warship.-. ... capture the .ialllpoli ,.. ' -oldler- w ho for month- have ,,,.t m-, ,vi..i..tl.
insula, on the other hand, military ;'lved their dally el,tht ..nt... .ind third! Soudr wn- ii.-tI told to rie. Ho is
men at ron-tantlnople profes- that little1"1" ,p11 1,1 'I" r-erl-t'-. who l..i .. tv i. - very boyish lookinK. with Ioiir, well
,ls po-slble on the penln-nh. as the ,,.. "oncht exemption- at ion pound- Turk- liru-lie.l liair. and ha-markednppeamticc-in-is
Is so narrow that the Ttirkl-I. , ;,h n' l"" ,vl'" ""; "'"f1- 'v , of a .oiiHumptivn. He said he had pre-
slilps In the Dardanelles and the (ireek i "", n,'w '"'Vernment for A pound- more vl,)lwy i,,.,.,, condemned unjustly He
ve.-el in the tit.lf. of Xero- can -hell'"1 ll" i'a ,l,,f'"- documents were , .K1(I1 lift. H Kri)t,Pr-s ,,,,.,. j,,
either nrmv operatln there "ol, ' nrrtr- All h.mored for pi.yu.ent wJlj(,h W(ls a VHrub, ,-11L,, .,-,.,
I'orelicner- nt t'oti-tnntlnople are ix-
pectinc ii Turkish attempt to bind an
tit my on the northern coast of the Sea
of Marmora and an attack bv the ullle- '
to the we-tWHld of Tchatnldja. i
Crancl- MucCullach send- to tin- I
linlt'i .Wirt arid I.'nilrr, a detallles
'stntement to the eftect tliat Knver Ifey.
, the Young- Turk leader. 1- now laudiiiK
I troops to the westward of Tehataldjii
.Till- de-patch wa- dated yesterday, bu'
a later despatch says Knver I ley i- still
nt iinstiintlnople In another de-
patch dated Kebrnarv :) and sent bv
when ho-tllltie- liecin Cnver ltv vvl.i
' trv to dl-tiiii;uiii hlni-elf hv some de--
perate "op. He I- onlv the hb'f of
l -tatf : the aeneral of a division sta-
loned at Mulnlrkel. north of Oallipoli.
but tea!!v he 1- 'he Rulilinn .spirit In a
"heme for landlnc an army m of
the ItnUarlan lines at Toliataldja. po
sllilv at Itodo-to. To-dav (Monday)
Hnve. Hy i at lmlt. on lti Alatie
-Ide of the Se of .Marmora, where
jo.oho men are encnmpd All the Turk-.-1,
!r.in-port- anil war v. els ha-
'I'-'-n sent In taat ditecti iii Sotn nine
c.fatini.- vesnelH. under forelsn espert-.
' .!( alo been -ent becati-e the Bul -
Pndinln have mined the
-httiead Itatilett. the tori eiondent
of the 'ii(; 'Irlnifnph, refers to the
a"; of landlnc a force on the Unitarian
Hank and -av such a scheme 1- en
I tltelv impracticable in t.ie pre-i-n!
I -tute of the Turkish oi Karu..iti"ii the
a'uu- woii.d starve immed.atelv if .t at
i tempted to leave the coai
, Another report fr.an Con-taniliiopie
j -ay- tlie battle-hip MesUilleh and two
itolpedo boats have been ent to Ihe
i ' if the procres- of the bomhat(lnini
j of Adrlnnople there I- nothini; more
definite than t.ie new- printed ye-ter-
The poverty of 'lie Turkl-h Tri-
ury and the tni.-er.x and ap.ithx "f th
' people ate th fheme of cot respondent-j
I w ho -ent desp.iti In- from ( "on-tantlno. j
1 pie on Cebruarv I via Kust.'ndje. -h-
j mead Itartlett sends to the ;imfj I fir- ,
irnpu a deorlpMori ot the tiluolnie pub-
a- lllnet1" iniuuerence as io w nat 1- coinir oil
and ad- that the ml-erv throughout
ihe ottoman Ktnplre and In rnn-tantl-
nopl" ii-elf l extreme. The mass of the
popular! ,.n ! on the vera-e of starva
Thousands of refuse.- who left
Thrace at the beejnnlne of the wnr
to seel- home.- In Alo Minor nre now
returnini; lo Stamlioul becaue thov
cannot 'Ind a livelihood In the promised
land The (lovernment, Mr. Itartlett
say-, is -Itiklnu dax b day into tliat
chaotic state vvhUil a few years nun
made the South American republic- a
by wot d The people nre not Interested
111 either political parly hecau-e they
know that their lot will he equally
wretched Whoever holds Ihe reins of
"Politic"," sax.- Mr Martlet', "
now belnt; canied op by small
Kroups "f prnfe Ional politicians.
otllie seeker-, flnaticer- and placemen"
He continue-- "Tlie veil of patriotism,
which w:t thotifht to conceal the true
motive.- of the (-imp d'etat, has now
been lifted, and we t.nil that the motive
were purely political It I admitted
c.p all hands that the Ytiur.i; Turk
cnmmltted an Inconceivable blunder In
overthrow Inst the Ministry of Klatnll
Pasha before the tteatv of peace was
"The Ministry Is now between the
devil nnd the deep sea. It must either
carry out Its promise.- or face the
venceance of tlio followers of Kln.mil
Pasha nnd the murdered Nazlm Pasha,
That fine old patriot, Mahmottd Hhevket
Pasha, must be exonerated from all
share In the murder of Nnnlm Pasha.
It I- even doubtful If he knew of the
coup d'etat until It had been ricrom
pllshed. He is but n tool In tlie hand
of the YottnK Turks and must bitterly
roRtet tliat he ever accepted the office
of Grand Vlnler.
' Mindless hours are passed In councils
of stnte, which lead to no result, nfler
which tlie members of the Cabinet ills
perse and carry on the dlecupslon with
their friends and Kuropenn advl-ers,
Rveryliody Is senrchlnB for an elusive
formula which will surrender Adri.innple
Knicefully and at the mimn time Justify
the 'Klorlotis !!3d of January ' when
Klamll Pasha wan deposed,
"Turkey," continues Mr. Ilartletl, "Is
rnpldly drlftlm? Into ruin unci hanle
ritptcyi. Thore iibmHulcly not a
stiver In the Treasury nnd Mm ordinary
service- of the (lovernment have been
suspended. 11 Is no lunuer a search for
million, but an under the carpet hunt
for a few thousand pounds. Ilver.x hour
wo hear of fresh schemes for tulsim?
money, but they are all wild dre,(mi
and fnd9 nwny nt the dawn, and II Is
certain that Turkey -will-no eUaiu
Several slightly used
Gotham Motor Car Co.
236 West 54th St.
pennv from London tinl' pence ha
been slRned Treasury 'ill - to i
amount of tl.YoiMUHiu w'al-h weti i--ited
a' the bet-lnnl'iB of he war will
fall due at tile end t I'ehl ii.it v. out
Ip'se cannot be redeemed Neither
i ea-y lo see how
nv a lo in, and the
thev (ail lie reil k ed '
(oernmeut li.io even
elzed the ei utltv on which thev were .
Mr Itatllott dtaws ,i rtiefu: picture
of the ondlllon of the soldiers at Telia- '
1 taldj.i. They ale HI ted and poorly
sheltered, he - iy.- Sill illpo
lerlc feer have tal,eti the place of
i I'oiera The rival aimie- tliete at,--eparated
liv sl kilometer.- of kioiiiuI.
which is nothini: lot . lake of tnud.
over which It i- lmpo-lble to move
artillery or transpot' II'- ( nit' ludr-a-
"Crom a milltarv and economy stand
point Turkey'- po-.tlon is liopeiee
Nothlnrt can prevent even worse mis
, fortune except the immediate .ice. o:
ance of the Inev itable
.Mr Martleti and Mr Mei 'ull.mli both
refer to the daimerou- dl att.nctioii !n
many ittatter. which wa- evcpre--ed . n
Sttnilay tn the d. moii-tratloim nuti
the Porte The demon-trators comtirlsi d
llrst, the army dm tor- .-econdlv, the
-oliller- who for month- have not !
.elved their dally elitht cent-., and third!-,
tile well to do re-erl-t'i who have tvm
, bouulit exemption- at lno pound- Turk-.-li
eacli, but who ale beim; hurried bv
! the new (lovernment for -in pound- more
- - .;". ,,.
"" , , . , . ,
and denounced the Votine Turk
thieves, munlet-er.- and tdlms. Th de. I
inanded that the wit- be dl-comiii'nd
t'.innd Vizier .Malimoiid Shevk"t
Pasha made a spoor It from the balcnnv
In which ho tried to appea-e these peo
')ile. but they refu.-j.il to li-t -n and
greeted hm with opprobrlou- epithti
DRIVING BULGARS BACK.
I ni l. tali Iteiiorl of 'I'e lin I n lil In ilper-ntlon-
er 1 1 in I 1 1 .
,rru I'tihif i.ifi '. m Tii -i
i 'ov.sTASTISol'l I'. I"' b T, The foll..vv
'inn ollli la' aiinoiinceiiient wa- issued to
niclil , Tile enetll). pal of whose f"t''s .ire
Concentrated to the northeast of flail! -
poll, sent a leKlinetit on Tue'dav from
Kadlkeul to KaMik. where one of our
! detachiuents Is stationed An cnK.w
i mi nt ensued which lasted until evcnlnn
, and terminated to our advnnlai:e. When
i nluht fell mcntdlin: ' nrrnm:. tueiit
ituaile prevlou-lv, tli- bull: of our troop-
withdrew toward Itulali. but t'ie enemv
! w:. not able to nurMle them
-Another for. ..f the en-mx ailv an, eii
and occupied Mvrio'lto mi ilie roai f
, vtormnra . xvlib b was defended bv mil
!f - ,v iendnrnies The -loon '.oaf to-dav
! inflicted serlou- lo--e. on a force of life
i enemy which wa- udv anciin; In the di
'rectlou of I'harkeul Till- force could
'not advance to-day beyond .amilo"
Til" retreat of the ItiilKariau iicht
vvlnu and Hie buimiii; "f Tchataldia are
; continued Tlie letlt-ement is asctibed
here to an intention b. . li" U anv llank
i moverneiii which the .-upeiloi nio-
billtx of the Tlllks. Ill i on-eiUenee of
tlieir coniinanil of the sea. inlitht enable
them to make
It I- reported that the llulcai inns de-
stroy. il the brhUes nnd culverts and
tore up the ralltoad- It I- -aid that
their headquarters aie now at Tcher .
nty-lhe mile- from ( on.
"DRIVE TURKS REYOS'D SEAS "
lien. sB,,,n- In Ml- Mil lille-lo
In the 'I'l-ooiis.
ii'hlr lirp" ' '' T"r -i - I
Sum. I'eb. Ti The Cablnei i- mti-i
siclerinK tin- request of the Powers for j
ii neutral zone for fonutnei- in Adria- ,
nople nnd thl- is likely to I- ununited
shortly Then- I- little reliable news
from Adrlnnople beyond the statement
that the bombardment continue.-. Thete
aie niiin riimois. tun thev rue net I
(!eti. Savoff. tin- P'OlRurian comm inder t
In chief, has issued iiuotlnr inanlfc-to !
to the nunx In which he a--ett- lhat
the aimlstice enabled Ilnlca.ia lo con-j
centrate Us force-, munitions nnd pio-vision-,
lie adds. "We are now more
ready than at the tune of the (leclatu
t ton of xx'ar. We have to overthrow the
enemy once moie. i-.uttir hi.- hastily
mustered and imtr.-i'iied horde-, hurl
him to tlie ground and dictate teim
iin the battletleld. Tlie Turk- mu-t be
driven hevond the seas"
TALE OF SCUTARI 'SURRENDER.
Turkish CiiniiiiNiiiler Unit exer
llrnril of rnilstlee, la lleporl.
FprrtJl I'ntil Ihxftnlrh In Tnr st
I.OM10N, Feb. 'I The Cettlnje cor
respondent of tlio ''Inn's explal.iH the al
h'Kcd olfer of Hie Turkish commando!
nt Scutari lo surrender It seems the
Turk commander had Just boon oftl-
clnlly Informed that nil urtnlstlce had
been slitiied and sent otto of bis of Meets
to tell tho MonteneRiin-. who replied
that the armistice had been ended.
It will be recalled that the Turku
thrnuKliniit the truce rctued to cease
IlKhtiriK on the ground that they were
unaware of the slrjtilm; of an aimlMice.
10.000 WOUNDED IN JANINA.
Fnonich I'roxlaloua i'brre to l.nal
nnl her i'en tin) a,
Spfcial I'ttlitf Htp,ttrh In Tan Si
Atiikns, Feb. .1. Accordllit! touHlate
meiit of three prominent clti.eiiH of
Jiinlna who escaped to the (Iteel; line
there are 10,000 wiiundid In the town.
There urn now pi'ovi-lon.s In the Turk
ish Kiiirl-on to liiHt for nnnther ten
SULTAN SELLS CROWN JEWELS?
Itonuir lialna Mi-couth on rrlxal nr
xkiiu' 1 uf.iV DrH'tittli lu Thl Sl.x
I'OSHTANTINOI'I.K, IVIl. '-Till' iirilM.I
here of the I'i'pleseinill.vo of a prnni!
llOIlt llllll ol French Jewellers Is l.lhi ll
to c c ill 11 1 ii I the i'iiiiii r that tho Su'.nn
la soiling .sonic of the Crown Jewels to
-aueut.iUiuXHt.Usi.lU.VJU- funds, f
SEES BANDIT TRIAL '
AS A GREAT EVENT!
Lord Nortlicliffc Declinr II it'
I riitrirln I'.Hweeii Ariiicil '
iuirfliy iind SocicH. '
Al I'KorKKHs SLOWLY i
! I 'I'NoiiPi'N Itrnil; lulu ljuiitii-'
"six W'licn Dcnyiiiir Tlii'ir
I'm! in Crimea.
i ,ih'e ftrtpiitili In Till. -I'l
I'Mil-. I'el. :. I.otd Northcline. the
laiKll-ii newspaper pulili-lier, who wa-
at to-day's N'r-sioli of the eolltt
which is trying the Iwciltv-lwo uiciiiIicih
'of the lloiinol-Catnier u.inc of iiulo-
mobile liatnlit-, nai(l at tho clos of ti
proceeding- that il wa- tho f;roatesl
event ol the ceiiluiv lie lecanled it
'a - a st riiKi'.lo between aimed anatcliV
and societ v In thi- n-stx-ct the founder
of Hie London 'ci'v Mull seem- to have
ll.llteied the accu-ed bandits, a- the chief
connedioti between their atiarcliy and
tlieir climes seem- to thill both orli- j
nale in tlieir cli-lil for steady woik.
Tlio iiiterioftation of Motiior. another,
of the bandit-, wa- concluded to-d.iv I
, lie domed that li- wa- present at Mont-
Ikitoii and (hantilly, where tho l.atidit
'bad committed crime- He declared
lint at that time lie wa- working with
labin He came to Pari-and was con
detuned because stolen goods were found
I in his loom. These good-, Im nald. ho
I had received from hi- comrades law
When Hie hide., told Soudy that he had
been identllted a- (lie man ho stood with
'a Winchester title outside the bank at
t'hanlilly tlie pri-oner replied di-.
approve, morally and materially, of nt-
tempt- at human life I am violent in
I words only. I wa-in the office of l.oru-jlot'-
iinnrchi-t pajiern' the time referred
i .'soudy then launched nut In n Ioiir lia-
r.uiKiie iiK.'iiti-t tiie riht of tho jury to
try linn. Hie elfeit of wliicli wa- spoiled
I when bo loro! In- word- and had to
lieter to In- iintHs. He explained that the
i revolver found in hi- poes-ion when he
wa- arrested wa- for defence if arrested
on an old oharR" Ho added. "If I had
not been surprised there would have been
another corpse there." Later heexplaineil
that bv thi- he meant hi- own corp-e i
Hes.inl hi'dtdtiot know Honnot ordarnier 1
aim ipmieu i riKKiaon s cieciaraiion null
i pn.p-riv is inert, and added mat he con -
etileted that "-onertv is derived from
The next prisoner to he interrogated
was Caroitv. He j- of htlskv build ami
nas oaisii leuiure-, noiiceaoiy u naiceueci )
nose II.. i- charged with the Tliias ,
murder nnd with many InirKlarie-. Ho
wa- once nrre-ted and released, after'
which the other members of the itariRj
believed tliat lie had Riven information ,
i lie re-ult was that (larnier tried to1
shnoi him while tlio police were tryilli;
to rearrest him Me matin the usual
defence, den viniteverviliiti" The stamps
' i'1""" "i" posesion, wnicn were Htoien
trom a post ofllce, lio declared had been
. ttiven to him by a comrade whose name
I he xvoiild nut divttlRe. He declared ho
knew-tn.. names or tlie llilas inurderet-.
Mint relii-1 to betray them
The public prosecutor here offered not
to prosecute thei men if they would
come I'xrvv.nd and tn-tify Carouv re
plied I'm' thi was impo.ble, as tlnjy
were ah-oad ('.irony then iti(Iulfe( in
a quotation, mini; Anatol's I'rancee
-ayini; that if In- were accused of Mealing
tlii towers of N'otro Damn ho would flee
a- an mni'i' for his (Cnroiiy's) fliijhl
KING'S BLACKMAILER INSANE.
I'nMlns. Wlm Wrote I brralrnlnK
l.etlera In liriMie V.. I'tiinil CnlllT.
)ifriit i iihlt littinir-i. io Tni Srs.
l.oMHis-. I'eb ,i Percv Williams Col
lins, who sent throiitenliiK letters to
Kiiii; tieorse 1-iM December and wlio
was placed on trial nt the r ht llallev to
dav. wa- found kuIHv but wa- declared
insatu He wa- coiiimltted to an asy
lum. Collins wioto io the Kiiic under the
names of two police oillclal- from his
home, lioishnin. in Surrey, that If he did
not send them fJ.noc his Majesty would
be shut dead. The letter added that lis
tlie signers of the letter were of birth
character no maclstrato would over be
lieve anything aiwlntt them. It was
soon proved that tlio two otllclnls knew
uoth. iik about tin- letter It was also
proved that v.'olllns had been In an
nexhiiu trom (vtober, l'.'oT to IflPS.
It was also proved lhat Collins had
written ihtctcnlni; letters tn Mllah
Mi ( 'nrth , the nctre.-s wife of CSranvlllc
KAISER S SON IN A WRECK.
I'rlnce In I'lijnnitia lila Injured I'na
aenviem on II In Train.
flirrl.il falilr. Drtixitcli In Tnr. Fin
Viknn. Feb. Ti.- A train bearltiR
Prince Kite! l'rlediich. the second nn
I of the Kaiser, from Mucharcst, -whero
no nan iiiieinieu uie ciirisieniin; or tne
son of the Crown Pi luce, coIIIiIimI with
a frelulit train nt .Medlas, in lluncary,
Into last uleht. Two tank cars, cm tho
freight train exploded, burning Home
of tlie p.i.-M'iiRer.H and killing ono of
The royal saloon car was uninjured,
hut the Prince was pretty badly shaken
up. He got nut In his pajamas and
overcoat and helped to take earn of tho
WELSH BILL PASSES COMMONS.
lilac Nlnlillsliiiiciil Measure Xoxr (iari
III HllllBf of l.tla-ds.
xi,vitl 'Vi'i'f i'-',j(cA (a Thk Sun
Lii.MON, l-'i-o. fi Tho Welsli dlKcstali.
Mshi it bill passed Its tltml reading iu
the lluiitc of Coiiimiuis to-night nnd
was sent nt once to tho llouso of Lords,
Vigorous work bv tho !uv eminent whlpx
b.ouglii a big atli'iidance at the 'llniil
reading In the Commons ami a motion to
reject tho lull on third reading waa de
feated by a vote of 347 to 340.
The man who can eliminate
unnecessary costs and superflu
ous processes in his otKiitiizatiun
approaches hih-point t Ificiencj .
What that man doe for Iiih
organization, the Hoccson Single
Contract Method of lluilillnp will
do tor you in your building
Cenlrjtl ,U(W llutlJint, en imufl
T HASTthST.. NUW YORK CITY
nOSTON NI'.W HAVr.N CMICAQO
CHINA AGAIN JILTS
SIX POWER bankers;
Ciin'l Wnil ami
.... ...... ., .. r...
, .KK,Ni .-,.,. ,-,.it s nnnoiliicc-d to-dav
; ,,mt chlna will not wait for the four!
i lber I'owris In nv ercotno the ohlrotliill-
of Crance and Itnssia to the new- loan of
J12S.000.no". She will lift tlio inoiii y
w hei ever she can.
Tho Minister of finance lias seni n '
rlicular to the bankers of the Power1
in which lie recalls, the proloniti d ebori!
ti ml tlie numerous r imee.-fdon.- tnntlc 1
China to meet tlieir ileui.itlds and e-lifesse-
reitret that notwllh-'andini; the
promise- niven that tlie loan aKKemeir
would be slKlicd yeteriluv the siKn.i !
Hires were withheld owini; to rre.-li dilll-1
Chlna'H financial needs, tlie .Minister
continues, are m urgi-ii' that if tin v f
tire not supplied tlie country will be;
endangered. Ho intimates (without sav
ins tliat he will have no further deal-,
Inns with the nix Power.-) tliat lie will
negotiate for tile money elsewhere. Iloj
mid- tliat if any part of tho salt Rabelle
i- hypothecated as sectirlt for a huiij
arranced elsewhere then the propo-ed
f lL'.'.OOU.OOd six Power loan will be re
duced proportionately bv Mitch hvpotho- '
cation In the event of china making a I
future deal with the six Powers, otul
the remainder of the Ruhelle will be s- j
The .Minl-ter expresses repiet for the
necessity of China taklnsr thi- .oarse
and add-' "Hut there has been
much delay on your part and so rnniivj
side Issues have been introdined that
no other course I- open to China '
CHINA GETS SOME MONEY, i
llrch Crlap Syndlenle 1lnkr
liner In I lie llriuilillr.
Spprint Cablf irpfl(c, to Tnc Strs
JiONliON. Fell. ti. Tile )i7; Tclrpraph
, s...y the Itirch Crl-n svndlcate made
! china an advance yesterday to enable
j the (lovernment to tide over na im-
I mediate dlftlcuttie.-. This advance vas
ou uccount of money still owine, to
SOTHEBY'S BOOK SALE ENDS.
I'lral Fdlllnna or Well Kiiiinn n
rhora Brine '-nil I'rti-ra,
prrial t'rtft.V ttrfpntrt to Tnr Srx
London, Cob. s. At tin- third nnd ias.
iia .- sale of valuable books nnd lnanu
scilpts a: Sotheby's to-day a brexarltim
ad iisum ec-cIesi.T Angllcana', cum calen-
darlo. hnglish. Ith centifry. llluiiil-
nated manuscript on vellum, finely
written In r.othh letters, sold for J'.'Oo
(.tlier prices were as follow.:
Nineteen volumes ot Chnrle- Dlcken-'a
works, nearly all lirst editions, with il-
lustrations, $1..-.: n tirst edition of T. C.
broker.-"l-iry l.-g(nd and Traditions
of the South of Iteland." dated 125.
11!",-.. Hubert Hum.-'.- poems, chlelly
In the Scottish dialect, tlrst edition 1
printed In America, with Murns'.s dedi
cation, dated I'dlnbtirgli, 7S7, SIT.Sn: '
llurton's plain and literal tiatislniloti of
tho "Arabian Nlglits.' sixteen volumes,
original cloth, $1112. .10. and a series of
Dicken.-'s works, inau.v of them first
editions, from H.iTi to $18.'.',"i.
The grand total for the tlrst
days sale was $10,4 10
RUBBER HEABING CONTINUED.
secretary nf Peruvian ( iiiiiimn. r.
ilea lleuiltloo of Urn tn 1 1 1 .x
.e nt raMt Drnni ' 'a Tut st
I.ONI'ON, I'eb. e. Sccietary (llclguil of
the Amazon itubbcr Company wa- ex
amined again to-day bv the Putuinav o
Investigating committee in regard to tho
expense uccount or tile company for
"reducing the Indians to subjection.''
Mr. (leilgtid swore that he had no Idea .
Mint this account meant murder and
brutality. Nothini' which lie saw lu the
Putumax-a district made htm suspicious
na to any such action, lie saw nothing
wrong lu valuing their cstuto at ten
pounds per Indian."
Senor Medina, the original pnunoter
of the Amazon coiupanx. . whom the
commltlee had asked to explain or.
tain papers, telegraphed from Palis that
It wiih Impossible for him to come hero
owing to the condition of I. Is health lie
promised, however to send the state
ment asked foi.
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OF JAPANESE DIET
tile of Censure Aprninsl Mill
tv. find (Jpiiorel Election
-,.,c' ahlr Prtpiileh to The ?c
t To.iio. Feb. " The Diet V!ls ili
. tier.-ed for live days by the Ktnpcior
I to-day following riots outside! the house
1 attending u vote of t-ensuro against the
' Ministry of Prince Kntsurn. It Is llkelv
that the Prince will dissolve the Die'
and call for u gonerul election, mean
i while retaining office.
The Icene- attending tlie passage uf
the vote of censute against th Mln
i l.-try. wliicli has been licensed of ridtni-
roughshod over tho constitution, wen
, highly exciting. The exits from tl
I chamber were crowded with citizen"
l ivlix i.li,il-rt,l 111.. I ,,nut It lit ii.llfll linrt.
wllen Ulv ...mt,.,! sabura Shlniada
lind .ither membei-of the National Ial
,..,, ,.nrtv who rvere u.-ciised of cUm-h
, m. lh,.u: , moi,,,,.,,. Tllle tn-n wer.
1 thrown out of th-ir likishas beaic
,,,nM, tliinwn into the canal The
.,,,,, llllV(. ,,,. ,, ll. Wllrr lla
n, u,,. p.di,... r,.w-ued them
Ti. r,.M,iutlou of la, k of conlideiv
, Was Introduced in the . handier bv Vu,
O.siKI, e-.layor of Toklo lu his spec. I
Mr. Yuklo attacked Prince lCiit." .,
whom he dunged with abrogating ih
constitution at will. The Piuiie in ha
reply said that bo bad accepted the
poitfnllo of Piemler and Mitiistci n'
Foreign Allah s nt the command of
Cmpcior What he had done bad :
done according to precedent TI" v.
ugalnst his .Min.Miv was decisive
A golietiil election appeal- t" lie t"1
I only wax- el of the loosent ,1.1 i '
a- ti e oppo-ltioii to the Mnn-it I
, Milldilb d all pal .. i eib ai
Is in c. .'.-'il y bet.,.- I belt i.i't i, n
ifuitbii- gov en.u.cntal ru inoi
I'linng the dav hoioio ib-p.i-i 't
Minister of Flnan. o . spin t,. .1 t' ' i
j of the btldgi t. Me de, In, I t1 n '
I (iiivernment recognized ,! ,.pe,,i-!i
I of rcail.ilisting tlie n il" 'iial I. nail' " ii'd
cconotny and putiern . hi inn eeiiau
w iib certain uatioual impi ox cin ut.
pledged the Mlmstrv lo give ex.i
I coiiiagenioni lo ludustii'il devclopim 1
j The foreign and dome-'! ti.i.l, :. ,n
elated to bo nourishing and protmsaii!
Tlie foreign tunic, lie haul, b.el in
1 1 c iscd f'l.'.'ion.iwo d.uing ib. la
, xx noil I, ol
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, ot t-'.l lots ill Cm w ind
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