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SEA SAFETY CONGRESS
MAY BE ADJOURNED
illnlinw if DilatoHncss j
m.-ktimis a u k ix seciikt:
rropostils by r. S. Members p
roriliMt ns Too UiHliml
Ity (lie Ollu'rs.
iirrtnl I'nble tiepatch In Tlir. Sis
Lommv. Dee. a,-. Tim American ! It
sites to the lulcrrintlonnl Conference on
s.f.tv ,il Sen fear that owing to the pro-
iftln.it Inn uf tin' delegates ii M n whole
id will not ho able to remain to the end
c lh conference Lniel Morsoyf who Is
.icnhnt of the i-onferonoo, put the bun nf
croc im tin- delegates, hut the corn
norieli nt of Tiik Sr.s has been utile to learn
lit matters nro still in the hands nf sub-
The American delegates arc trjlim to
vet the suh-cnmmitti-cn to complef their
! ports anil net them before tin; whole
lonferene" In-fore Christmas. Now there
i.x a proposal to aitjonrn nil Pcoe-mbor 15
tor a month. Thin i.i oppocet by the
Imoricans. t'nruidlnns anil Australian.
Tlie American tlt-legatcs are willing to
work on Christmas Day If necessary.
l-'roni what can be learneil the pro
posals b.t the Americans are the most Im
portant before the eonfirenee, but there in
n effort on the part of ih legates frnm
llier eountilea to have the n port less
Milical than that suggested iy the Annr!-
Senator Oliver of I'ennx) Ivnnln
..tle-inlid several conferences of the
American ilclcgiitos anil will be able
in till hlx colleagues 111 the Senate
nf the progress which has been
maile ami the illftlcultli h ciicountcrcil,
'I'hiM i.i rrgatdtd ax highly tmiortaiit be
i man ilreat Hrltaln bax asked the 1,'nlteil
Mates to deftr action on the Seamen's bill
until the conference here has mailu Im
Senator (tiller sailed to-day on the
OImpic for New York. He has been two
month In Constantinople visiting his
aughtcr, Mrs. Iklward Mct'atiley, whose
i iishanil is a Llcutcnant-Cominapder in
' le United Stales nut anil Is statloneil
lima Kirnlf), director-general of the
tnulo-Almricilll Imposition, to be npelleil
rre ni-M Ma, also left ahoiinl the
oitmpio. He is going to America to con
f ult tv'th American manufacturers regard
ing the rnitcil States exhibits at the
LANSBURY TO LECTURE HERE.
nnullsh xiclnllst lleller "Indti-
trial Resolution" Will t'nntlnne.
SoiTUAMI'Tos, I'm'. :!. Uenrge l.ans
lmr. tli" Socialist labor leader, former
m iniie r nf Parliament and one nf the.
.'iiTiget male advocates of wnmaii nilf-
fiage In lOiiglaiul. sailed fur New ik
to-day aboard the steamslilp Kaiser Wll
helm II.. planning to address laboring
nun In New Vmk and in a number of
th I- American elites lie said he would
nil the American workmen that "Hi" In
niistiial revolution In Knglanil will con
tinue until no gain political ascendency
'j that e may pi event the ilovernment
.sststliig capital In labor disputes."
.Mr Lansbury so earnestly deMies the
eieiilon of the parllanientHi y franchise
o the women of the British Isles that he
'is Fiiffered Imprisonment and has under
sone the sufferings of a "hunger strike."
A CRUSADE FOR PURE ENGLISH.
Oaford Professors limited hj Pnet
l.imresjte lleiclu I'umpnlirn.
I'alilr llfvttrh In Tnr Sl.v.
LoNtxiN, Dec. .". The latest Oxford
movement Is an association of learned
i.rofesMirs to encourage the campaign for
'he speaking and writing of pure English
started hy the poet laureate. Hubert
HrMlgcs. It lu supported by Thomas
Hardy, the novelist, and Sir Walter
Ibilelgh, professor of Hnsllsh literature
at Oxford L'niveisity, and otlnr prominent
The exact objects of the society have not
vet been announced, but it Is understood
that tin re will be lectures and publica
tions In faor of the purity of the
rittt-n and spoken language and against
h incorporation of foreign words. An
effort will be made to make polite speech
lonslst of terse, vigorous English words
Insteid of elaborate derived synonyms and
melinite pronunciation will he aimed at
t" check such slovenly pronunciation as
naycher" for "nature," which the poet
laureate cited as a typical evample of
lie manner In which the speech of edu
. ate 1 IhiKllsh persons Is being deplorably
$56,103 AT AYNARD SALE.
Ilrone Plaiinr Attributed tn llonn
telln llrliiKX IT,l0,
f,ci,i Vifcr linpnlcfi to Tim Sis.
Taius, Dec. 2. The third day's sale of
t wnard art collection at the Qalerlo
-e petit realized 56,103.
A hionze plaque uttrlbuted to Oonattllo,
'f tlftmith century Italian workmanship,
v an'ed wood figure of a saint, his
i id on his sword, fetched $1,900,
i aiiKu statuuttu of Mercury, Italian
- eenth century workmanship, brought
A curved wood statuette of a female,
-i.'t eaily sixteenth century workman
Mi ; went for $1,080.
SOCIALISTS ATTACK KING.
Italian llrniitlea Hhuut "llomi With
the House of SaToy.'
fivrriat faLtt betvateh to Tin Six.
Rom k, Dec, 3, Soclullst members of
im f'h imber of Deputies shouted "Down
h the lluuso of Havoy" at to-day's ses-
'in. The I'nder Secretury of State ro-
ld by exclaiming". "Iong live the King."
The Socialists stood and sang the "Inter-
tlijnale." A majority of the members
mud down the Socialists.
King Victor Kiiiin.imiel surprised the
'untry recently by appointing four So-
.ihsts to tho Senate,
Ilrlrlr Writ Knuuich In Hndrrtake
Trip t MnKlaiiil.
irtrial Cable litttxitci lo Tnr Sc..
UtMJH, Deo. 3. King .Manuel, tli
illd roveiclun of I 'n rt ii tn I, and his
i iiio left Slgm.irlngen for KnglHtid to
le, It Is stated Hint the Kind's spouse,
no was taken III a week after her mar
sue last summer, has completely ie.
OLD CHINESE PORCELAIN
The Renowned collection formed by
GEORGE R. DAVIES, Esq., Parton, Scotland
G O R E R
NOW ON EXHIBITION
nt the Galleries of
DREICER & CO.
Fifth Avenue nt Forty-Sixth
Ttrcrmber 2d to December .Hit, I'l.l
Admlnins on prtiratiiioii ol perianal end
.i:!l'iill:li;l;ii''i'iiiy;'i'iiH'i'!iiii'iii.iiiiii, iiti'iii, "KiiiiiiiXTTT
ENGRAVINOS BEING $15,000.
Hoar Benjamin Franklin Letter
Ketch 24!l at Nnthrhy'a.
Special Cable Petvatch to Tiir. St-
Lonpon-, Deo. 3. Kngratlngs of the
early Kngtlsh nnil eighteenth century
French schools brought JK,000 at a sale
at Christie's tn-ilay.
"Morning, or the Itcnevolent Sports
man." nnil "Kvenlng, or the Sports
miut'M Iteturn." a pair by J. Ornzer after
1. Morland. fetched :,100. They were
bought by Kills & Smith, probably for
The sale of the Hliot Iteeil collection
of autograph letters ami historical iloon
meiit.i was emleil to-day at Sotheby's
with h total of 1 1,34 J.
The original manuscript of "No Name,"
by Wllkle Collins, brought $200.
A manuscript by Queen Elizabeth enu
merating the New Year's gifts received
and given by her in l.W fetched S32,
Three letters by Henjamlii Kranklin.
his wife and their son brought tll.V They
wero bought by Mr. Sabln. who purchased
also llenjamlu l'ranklln's letter to James
I'arltet on the conduction of lightning
by wires for 1 3ft.
I'avld Livingstone's ten letters on e.-
ploratlon In Africa and maps nf the ro-
Bion traversed by him fetched 1S.
A collection of letters by Nelson, one j
of which, to ljuly Hamilton, bears a I'. 1
S. saying "Itest regards to Sir William. I
the Puke. Mr. Ileckford and all our
friends, and damn all our enemies." whs
The manuscript of Trollope's "The Way
We Live Now" and the drawings for it by
I.uke Kiides fetched U'3.
WAR CHIEF ROUSES
REICHSTAG TO FURY
t'osfitMirif frnm First Parif.
liniortant part, as shown by the Indls-'
putnble fact that without the aiiuy not1'!'
one stone of this proud building would he .
Discipline and hmioi, the Minister of;
War ndd.sl, nro as essential to the armv
as oxygen to the lungs. After defending I
young ottlcers. even if their Idea of honor
and inthusjasm caused them sometimes to j
go a little too far, he said ; 1
"The army is a terrible weapon. It
must be If its pur (.use and object are to
b. attained. It was not created for pollc
purposes. Military Intervention in civil
affair Is hateful to inc. hut" this In a
threatening tone' "once the army steps
lu harshness and rigorous measures are
The Minister of War defended Hen.
Deluding, i-eimmander of tlie Xahe rn dis
trict. His speech i-nded in tiemendous
.Ill.t before the close of the session the
Progtesslves, or people's party, made a
motion for a vote of lack of confidence in
the Imperial Chanc-IInr because of the
Hovernment's attitude. Tin- strong Cath
olic Centrist party supported the motion.
It will tome up to-monow.
VICKERS TO INVADE RUSSIA.
Armament Manufacturer tn Ratah
Hah Larue Kaotory on Volaa,
Sptcial Cable tiftpalen to Tn Sen,
London, Dec. 4. The Times says tills
morning that the Vlckers armament man
ufacturing llrm. In conjunction witli the
leading bankers of St. Petersburg, has ob
tained a (io eminent concession to es
tablish a large arms factory at Tsarltsyn,
on the Volga. A company has been
formed with a capital of t7..eU0,000.
The company will have the solo rights,
after the Oovernment factories, to manu
facture naval and Held guns In Itussla.
It will make projectiles and other muni
tions of war. Orders to the extent of
J5, 000,000 havo already been re-ceived.
The raw material will be sent mostly from
ROOSEVELT BECROSSES ANDES.
T. It. Hevl"T Arueiitlne Warshlpa
on Hetarn to lluenna Ayrrn.
Sptiial Cable lietvatch to Tut St.,
Ill.'KNos AYRKR, Dee-. 3, Col. Hoosevelt
ended his trip of two duys across the
Andes In an uutomobllc to-day and arrived
at IJalilu lllanca.
lie reviewed the Argentine warships In
that port and returns to this city by
special train to-morrow.
CHARLTON TRIAL IN MARCH.
Larryers f American Wife Mayer
Kept From Neelua; Illm,
Special Cable OetwtcL to Tart 8t x.
MHJ.N, Dec. S. Tho newspapers of this
olty announced to-day thuf tho trial of
Porter Charlton, the American, for tho
murder of his wife at Lake Como has been
postponed until March.
Ills lawyers have not yet been permitted
lo have a conference with him.
PEASANTS STONE POLICE.
Tna Tbnnaand Italian It lot era At
tack Trayanl Prefecture,
Special Cable lleepatck to Tnr. Hex.
UoMr, Dee, 3. Two thonsand peasants
attacked the prefecture of Trapanl to-day
and stoned the police and soldiers, who
chained the crowd and dlnper.cd the
Kllhty men were irrested.
il'li 1 1 . 1 I lll lil,i,,
NO SUCCESSOR TO
BARTHOU YET CHOSEN
Ciiillanx Mny HtM-oinc I'ri'iich
I'rcinior iMipny nnil Dps
B.r.if Cnhlr ViM(r. m Tin: Si s. I
t'.Mils, Dee. J.- rreiieh .'1 per cent,
rentes leached the nnet ntmtutlnn In'
their history In-iho as a result of the 1
downfall of the liiilflmll I'mIiIii..! I.'imI
I night after the im -rnment defeat nu thel
proposal to make the pew lenles ft if.
tnv. The price fell tn t.T.' francs and !
although there was a slight rally the elns- '
Ing price was much Ixlnw the price at til-
close yesterday. Othci I'lench securities '
also were affected. I
The flist day nf th Xllnlsteilal eils.sf
passed wltlumt any decision being reaelidl
by President Polneare. who had the iiii-'
tomar confeiences Willi M. Il.uthini mid
""' Speakers nf the Senate mid I'liatnbei ,
Opinion Is about evnilv dlvliled be-1
twien the pinposal for a inliiistiy forined
of representatives of the various Itepiili-'
llc.in groups and one form! by mem- I
'"'rs of the Callhiux pirt. which caused
the downfall of the ministry. Thoe who
fin or the former look to .lean l;iiu. '
owner nf l,r Vtlf 'nrWrii ; tiastnn
Iiounnrgue nr Paul leschanel tn he
Premier. Adiocates nf the other plan
hold that the majoilty which defeated!
the t ente proposal ought to supply thel
' no'v ministry. I
Theie l tome ilemand for H dissolution
of ParllHiiu lit. The Senate Is bcllcied ,
lo fnior the granting of immunity from ,
taxation to the new rentes, this making
j th second grave difference bctwcin the.
two branches nf the la glslatuie, electoral ,
reform being the other.
VEDRINES TO FLY ROUND WORLD
lleplnee llanritnrt In Tarta-Calrn
Trip, Then t'nntlniir,
V'fll .lM lrn.lleV In TllS "I
Ileum pi:, Dec. .1 Jules V.drlnes. tie
Prench aviator, left Nlsh this nuirnlng
and expected to arrie at I'onst.intlnnple
The decision of the aviaro: to fli tn
1,'alm Instead of to I'ekm, a he had
planned, was due to the appeal of tin
Aero flub id- Prance to him to icplaee
Daucourt "for the honor of Prance," when
news of the mishap to the latter aviator In 1
Asia Minor reached Paris, it was felt
that lMUcourt could not continue on his
way to l'.gjpt.
Veilrlnes lute nds to lenialn a week m
Kgypt taking passengers on Hying trips J
around the pyramids, hoping in iani
enough money to enable him to cnntlmie
his trip. He plans to My to India and !
Australia, thence traicl h steamer to'
South America, tly from Panama tn New I
Orleans, take a steamer there for Lisbon,
and return to Pans by the aerial route.
COLOMBIA'S CHANCES SLIM.
Sennr t'nneha Likely tn Hp L'loctril
President nf Iteuubllo. I
j prnal Cable irfr ro Tm sis
Ps.s'ama, Dec. 3. Former I're-sldent
IMendoza, now Fpeclal ngent of Panama
In llogota, luiB written to the eloverninent
, lie-ree that tho prospe-cts In Colombia are
that Senor conclia will no eieoieu rresl
dent of Colombia at the election In Ke-b-ruary
next and that unless the dispute
with the I'nitod States Is settled before
that time there will lie scarcely any
chance of settlement
Senor Concha is a member of the- part
which faxors; no compromise except the
acknowledgement of Colombia's sener
elghty over the isthmus pending negotia
tions for the sale of the Canal Zone.
TO BAR ARMS FROM IRELAND.
tiuvernaienl Plan Is lleimiiiired br
Mr lidnaril ( arsnii,
Siinml Ciiblr le-e;ile. Co THE Si s
lai.N'pns, Div. 3, - It Is said Hint tlie
ilovernment Is about to piohllilt tlie im
portation of arms into Ireland, Sir nd
ward Carson niul .1. II. Campbell, tlie
I'lster leaders, referred to the it-port to
this effect In spe-eehes at .Manchester to
ilny and salel It would bring matters ciy
ru-ur a crisis.
WANT TREATY ON INCOME TAX.
America ns In Pari Meek Special
LcKlatatloii nu Subject.
Special Cable i-(ri to Tub St.v
Paiuh, Dec. 3. The American Chambei
of Commerce here held a meeting tu-da
under the cliiilrniaiHhlii of President
Shonlnger to discuss the Income tax.
It was recommended that the taxation
of Amerli-ans residing In Prince and of
Frenchmen re-siding In the Hnlted States
should bo silbjeot to a special treaty lu
order to avoid double taxutlon,
FLASHES FROM THE CABLE.
Tokio HhOMiike Sato, professor and
dean of tho Agricultural College of the
Tohokn University, bus been designates!
an exchange professor at tho American
universities. He wiih a Bludon) of agri
cultural economy at Johns Hopkins Uni
versity and also In Uerm.tny from 1SR2
ItKlMH Jean Hlelovurci, the Peruvian
aviator, who Hew iiciosh the Alps in Jan
uary this year, niado n -remarkably dnrlng
flight at the aeodrnme here Turning Hie
nose of his monoplane upward Im as
cended I, Oil I yurds In " minutes .til sec
oiids, making an ulmosi terliral spiral.
BRITAIN AGREED WITH
KAISER TO BAR FAIR
Hoili (JovprnniPtits Now Willinp;
to Withdraw From I
STATU DKPARTMFiNT IUSY
I'll mi in n Exposition Mitiiiiers
Itlnineil for Fniliirc to '
WAStttMiTOV, Dec. 3. The Statu tj,
parlmeiit has been advised that tho clilf j
obstacle to olllrlal participation hy tire it
Hrltaln and tierniany in tlie San Kran
Cisco exposition is .a definite agreement
between the tlovernmcnts of these twi
cnimtrlen Hint they shall not exhibit. Th
Department is further Informed that each
would like to free Itself ft out the iigiee
oe'iil, but neither cares to lake the Initia
tive. As a result of this disclosure of the
aloofness of the Ilrltlsh and Herman Oov
ernnienls It Is probable that Secretary
llryaii will make a special iffnit to brim;
admit abandonment by both tlovernnients
of their agreement. Mr. Ilryun has rea
son In believe that the time Is oppiirtund
for a third party to take up the nutter
with the two Governments and bring
about the solution nf their dllllculty, which
Isitli Uovernments ate understood tn de
sire. Kor "nine time ntllclals here Interested
in bringing atutit a change in .lie atti
tude of tlie Ilrltlsh and lieiinan (iuieiii
incuts tnwatii the exisltlnn hac been
follow Ing the movement In doth cimutiics,
in fasor of olllclal iartleatlou at San!
While this movement Is Is'ing led and
supported by citizens of lireat Prltaln
and litrmany, Americans Interested In Hi;
xpnsltlon, including diplomatic and other
ollleers of the L'lilled Stalls, ate lemllii,;
a linl aid they can.
liceent reports from both count! ics are
thai Hose mnvemeiits have succ led lu
exi t ling such pressure upon the -vo ilov
ernineiils loiieetnetl as to convince Isilh
of the desirability of a change in attitude.
Haeli, how ei er. has foimd Itself seriously
emb.iri assed d the agieement not to par
t clpate In the expusitlon.
Tills agreement. Is Is now learned, was
effected many months ago. Canvasses
mule of the situation m their respective
eiiuiitiles nf tiiat time liidle.i ! d that there
was no idslte on the part of the llrltish
mid lietman mamifactilieis and others to
tlliileitake the e.euse of xhliiitlng at San
Krancisco. l'.oth inxorinni tits g.u the pie;,
that theli manuf.irtuiers were weary of
epositluiis. Tin') fell thai San I'ranels.o
was ton far awa titid the ailvaulaues to
be reiillzul too small to lep.ij for tin great
cot of participation.
It s now acknowledged that tills fiellng
of mdlfi'i re nee, If nut of actual hostility,
to the Shu Pranclsco exposition was
laitly the fault of the exposition mana
Kem themselves, Americans attached to
the exposiilon management have since
agreed that the interests of the fair weie
not properly eare'd for lu Ihiiope and that
suttlolent effort was nt made to Interest
Strenuous efforts have been made in re
mit months, however, to nineil. this f mil
nil th' exposition people n.uv fi el that
tlle are get' llg their leM.uil the en-
. m i akrlnu adWccs received li Secret irj
GERMAN PLAN'FOR 1915 FAIR.
ftelehatHu Members fete or lliillillim
I "ii nil eif X I 'J.-,, nun.
eflrlf (.l,f Vftjwfl ' fe Til' M
Hkfii.iv. Dec. 3. Aii inll.al emit rlliuiinn
hy the (.errnari c.nv. i nrnent of i;.,n.in
for a (ionium building at tlie I'.in inia-Pie-eitb
Kxpo-itlon at San 1'iancisco in l:i:,
Is fainred b) I'll member, a majmity, of
It s proposed to meet the expense by
increasing the ilut on cigaiettes.
$87,500 IN BANKNOTES STOLEN.
't hle.es for.-e (Ipen iife tn llrnssels.
Cellouoe 'Ira In.
elel e oble fe-sirc, in Tin: si -Hr.t.-ssni.s.
Pee. 3. A package contain
ing bank noles to the amount of tS7,."fei
was stolen from the mail car of a train
which left tin" city for Cologne last night.
The theft was discovered when tile train
ur rt ed at Ve r lers.
The nnti-3 were consigned by the Na
tional Hank of IMgium to a bank in the
Hen, mil ut. The usual pii'iautlons to
Insure then safety were taken. They
were placrd In a site m the mall car next
to the engine, Tlie train stopped at every
station. When an examination of the
car was m.iile at Vtrvdis the package
The thicw-s hid removed a pie-ce of the
wooden partition between tho car and a
special oiimtuu trn-nt for does. Tills wa-i
done while the train was lu the station
here. Aci-i'M to the dog esimpartuient
was easy, as Hie door Is fastened only hy
The thieves weie evidently aware of
the method of transmitting the ibUes and
the time when they weie- lo lie sent. Tin-in
H no elm- to the men and it is believed
that they we-iei able to operate without
running the .slightest tlsk of detection.
Another train which an hid lu lliussels
an hour after the dopaituie of tlie
Cologne train was robbed of several vain,
AMERICAN IN PARIS MISSING.
Wlidsnorlli lloaers Suddenly IHsnp-
pelirs Prom Ills lintel,
I'ahis, Dec. 3, A search Is being iii.nl.
thiougli France for Wailsworth Itogers,
in-phew of former Congressman Jiuni-s W
Wadsworth, who illsappeare-d from his
I lot el on Satliiday last nnil lias not been
seen since. Ills mother, with whom lie I
was staving. sa.a her son has lie-en suffer- '
lug from mi-hinrholia, hut that lie liiteniled I
in go wiiu iter to i an on aiuriiay, wuen
WailHwortli Itogers Ih about 10 jenrs old
and unmarrli-d. He lias b.-en laklng an
actlvn interest 111 nts racing slniilo lie re.
I Children's Society, whoso testimony In I
THE WEST SUPPORTS LAURIER.!'bi!'r, U'li. the itev. teore ti.
f;!luggins, a venerable .Methodist clergy- I
Liberal. Want nrlll.h Preference ! '"'J11 of .lacobstnwn, N .1.. to the Stnto
I prison for a thirty year term, now elu- ,
nnlaed I'rnm ail 1 -it tn SO Per Pent, chiles tlie crime against her was oiiininltted ,
Ottawa. Out., Dec. 3.- Prominent Lib-
oral lenders from the western provinces,
who lire here In conference with Sir Wll.
frld laurlvr. announce that tho We-stern
Liberal members nf Parliament will sup-plinii-iit
Sir Wilfrid's free food policy,
which ho aiiiinunciMl Inst week, by de
mandlng nn Incivase in I lie present Hiltlsli
preference, of 3'l 1-3 ier cmt. tu 50 jier exies-ted Hint the allldavlt, together with
rent., besides the abolition of tho tnr I If on in petition of llurllnuton count friends uf
food, agricultural machinery and Imple- I Hiigln". will etTect the aged man's re
mint. Iliuav, Ht is now CD cai old.
Tiffany & Co.
Jewelry and Silverware
DANCE FOR CHARITY
Kiiiisitc Art Tnbloiuix IVnturol
.f I C.i 1 1 at Alitor.
KlX.t ALFONSO IX A HOX
l.inl.v Itamlolpli Cliinvliill
Kmprcss Tlicoiltnii Is
fml r,tl,lr Vfpotch lo Tnr. i
I av-is- Tl... 1 Tlio prrot tilrtllte h.lll
at Albert Hall given this evening In
.M ' '
of London's Itnalld Kitchens was a brll-'
llant success. I
The hall was hung with draperies of
orange nnrt prlmro, with occasional gar
lands of black, while shields beating the,
names of tlie great painters whose woras
were repri'sented in tibleaux posed by
women of the- peerage and high social
i-. roles shone In front nf the balcony.
Dancing began at 1" n'clock, whe-i Hi'l
e-ouples weie on the floor In alt manner
of iiiuilnt and beautiful costumes. They
lid off the revels on the polished Moor
under a great beam of linn light About
an hour later King Alfonso of Spain, who
.arrlve-d in London till iverilug with Queen
Vli tori" . Pilneeess Henry of Hatte bers.
Pence and Princess liuls of Ilatteiiberg,
tin- Duke arid Duchess of Argyll and tlio
I Hike and I niche. s of Te-ck intend Hie
royal box as spect-itors. The other boxe
wero already rilled with nobility and lead
ers of tin- fashionable world.
A fanfare of trumpets heralded tlie b-1
gli nlng of the series of tableaux. They
were ailtnirablv llglite-d and heautifiil'iv
dsplaid. That nf an Kgyptlan lady,
sised by the Countess Pappeuhelm, for
merly I ilia Wheeler of Phil idelphla, and
th- Assjrinn friezes, arrange-d b the
Vlscounte-ss St ('.Mes. we-re grvatly ap
plauded. A Hreek frieze was probably"1"'1"1' "'' """""' u" "-
that which pleased the spectators most of the home of Washington S. ,
all. In this the Duchess uf llutland, th- Val-ntlne. West JJmi axe.iue and West
Countess of Drogheda and sci entcen olhe.- Mnety-scesmd street, spent that night In,
piomlnent women mid. . ''"' Hreenwlsh -tre-t station and wan
ilronps representing Japa .csc art se IsjH'"" lo 1,1 Tonibs.
were .irranged b the w.f. nf the .lapa-' Immediate l on hi- t .-lease id,, .
n.se Ainbas-ailo- to Lnglai ,1 liul-.m, I " a -i,t lo the llolel llarMai . m W. st ,
l-..r-l.-. ..! e-dmese erolllM were r. ' Seent, -s.-cond street, win ie his belong.,
geous in color and Jewels On tlie- w heid- j
the frie.es pliiise'il the spectators mine
than any single portrait pictures. al-
though seral of the lattei were ex-'
Linlv Itamlolpli Chure lulls lenresenta-1
tion of the Ihiip'-. ss TheiMiora .u tie-!
uj ?:ltl!i,. section
was iiu,-h applaijid'il.
Th. Duchess of .Marlborough nrrang.-d , conditions making It mo-sai y for him
Hie l-'teiR-h si'cllon, which included works n, return to It in elona. Spain, from
bv l-'mgoiinrd. Iloucher and l.nnci.l. but whenc. lie eanie hen. but lu Washlng
Mie was unable to be present owing to S"H' Uor Polk ol the State Depart
, . . merit said that Mi-aragu.i had withdrawn
he. trip to p.rlghton for a rest. . ,.N,1,Uk)1, Nh . lm.
The works of the futurists, who wit.-. derstandlng t tint 'Mny a would leave the
the only lliing artists to be repivsoutod. ! 1'nlted States in a slant time and would
were ii-ce,leil with roars of laughter.
Tin- pictures were shown at Intetvals
between the dances
ANOTHER ONE MAN STRIKE.
Limine Drivers mill I'lrenirn In
Snntli Wales (in Out.
Special Cable Ietpatch in Till: St v
Lonpon, Deo. 3. About ton engine
drlieis ami llrcm-Mi of tin- Or-at Western
Hallway went on strike to-day In various
narts of Soul h Wa es as a protest .icainst
tlie dismissal of nn e-nglne driver by the
imme of James for his refusal to carry
frolyht fiom Dublin w hi, h was handles! In
tiiat citv by strike lire. ikei s
Tlie leaders of the liailroad Work-.-s
"--, '" ,h-
Western and d.clar- that strike pa will
not de- permitted. It Is belloted that the
strike neiertlieUss is likely to spread,
li e-lulit tratlle hns already lieen dislocated
niul passenger traUle lias b. en affected In
a slight extent
This Is the third strike of llr.tish noik
men that has lieen started Uiroiu-h tin
dismissal of one employee
CARDINAL 0REGLIA NEAR DEATH
. . ... .
ueil Mifferer Ite.-eltea the IHe.sliigr
uf the I'npe.
Itmri:, Dec. .1. ardlnal (Urglin is
suffering frnm nn attnclc of pneumonia
and Is not expected to recover. The IVipe
sept his blessing to the aged Cavdlri.il to
LuIkI Oroglia dl Santo Siffano, who was.
born In IM"", is dean of the Snored Col-1
lege. He was made Cardinal Priest Inj
1X73 arid Cardinal lllshop of Osrla and
Velletrl In 1SS4.
GIRL CLEARS AGED CLERGYMAN.1
I 'll I lis,
Whose lit Lienor tint
I 'it il tKf.i-n i a. Dis-. 3
-Viola Faills, a
i nfi,.en-vear-olil ward of the New Jersey
1' Hchisillioy and that the nilnlcler I, ,
These facts, nnide pulillc to-day lu an .
aflldavlt by the Kill, received by Attorney 1
Unbelt Peacock of .Mount Holly, N. .1.,
counsel for Hugglns, will be pre-Hcnied to i
the Hoard nf Pardons when it meets at i
Irenlon nei rucsiiu. u is conndentl
I POLICE AWAIT MBS. PANKHURST.
I MnffratcettP Leader Kieeted in
It each Plninnth at .Nnnn T-iln. '
J fiprriiit Vablf MefKifre lo Tin; Sin.
Pl.v.MntiTIt, Dec. 3. The chief con
stable of Plymouth confirmed to-day tho
report that Mrs. Hmmellne Pankhurst,
the militant suffragette leader, will be
arri-sted to-morrow on the arrival here
of the Majestic, which Is expected to
reach Plymouth about noon.
It was announced at the offices of the
White SIht l.lne that a deputation of
suffragettes will be permitted to go
aboard the tender to greet their leader
The chief constable is making prepara
tions to balk any attempt to take Mrs.
Pankhurst out of the bands of the au
thorities. The militants have been in
communication with her by wireless and
have told her of their plans.
A body of suffragettes under "(Jen,"
flora Drummoiid will be on hand to light
for their leader's freedom and a steamer
has bee.ii chartered to undertake the
nase ii .irs. i-ariKiiursi is iriiusierrcii
to a tug unit talien to nnotner port.
Tlie Chief Constable lefused to give am
details of the plans of tile .police, hut
hinted that there would In- something In
the nature of a surprise.
The Mirfragettos hair recoiled no reply!
'.. their wireless messages to Mis. I'.ink
InifM ZELAYA SET FREE ON
VOW TO STIR NO WAR
Kv-lhYiiitor nf Ximriiuiiii In He
Wit (died I'util lit Suits
id ii .Ins.. Santos Zelnyn. former Pres
ident of Nlciirngua, was ilischat gi d from
IVilcral eustodi at I oYlocl. .WhUld.iv
i f 1 1 1 in on. the 1 rt nun i of .lusthe at
Washington having eirib red the dismissal
ol the warrant charging him witli tlie'
nun tie. r of two fellow counti viuen s. ;
sued at the Instanc.- of the Nlcar.igiiaii i
nigs hae Ins n since Ills Might on licHring
that lie was to be anes-eii. His eldest
son. Ileiracln. went there with hurt and the
two had dinner with Mr. Valentine ami
otlnr friends to celebrate the ex-dl.-tator's
tetuii. lo lib-rti.
There Is soup doubt as to the condi
tions under wlnih Zehin was fre d lie-
snf.l thill ll. urilllil :;ol .-..Infill en :,i,v-
not i-e turn to his nathe country
"Ve-s, I am a man now without a
lountry." said fdn. Zelaya "I was well'
ti-at'-d in your tn is but I am glad to
be nut. I did not doubt that they would
have- to set me free There was no e'ase
against me. I shall finish up the business
on which I came to our counti y and
tln n I shall go back to Spam."
A statement to be Issued by Xea i
, to-day Is expected to contain some n-
foresting Information about the reasons
for his arrest and his purpos In com
ing to this country.
Pi cautious hae been taken by the'
-Mcaraguan nun iiui.n .-rate s uovein
merits to pre-tent .elaya from engaging
I,, ,.,. ..r.,,u(.lr..trs In X',.- V....I, l.,.l.-.
I ,K to the ' dlstm liance oi the peace or
central Ann-nca He has in en put under,
pleelgo through his rcpresiitatlv. s not tn
"irgage- in any Intrigues b-tween his re-I
siiiM-lllanc- up to the moment ol his sall
' Ing. These measiins were take n b.-caus..
of riliorts that Zel.i.Mi came to New Yorl;
ror 1 n- purpose or comer r ig w t n a
number of Ids old associates who gath- i
red there a! th" same time regarding
plans for proceeding agalnpt tin- i intern
ments of Nliaiagiia, Honduras arid Cua-
f'npl. Duller' Son Plraels l.ult.
Arthur Duller, son of form, r Police,
; JT,mTSl T'cTl'
I llrooklyn .tchti'tday when airalgind for
I th ,.,, ,,, , indictment charging
'ntti-mpted grnnd larceut In the second
...cVnuf.!;"';, t XX
Mn,llo He was led as.d In dall nf V.'.r.on
h,, may pr.t from nno to two and one-half
jears In pilson. i
Have in course of preparation
for Saturday, December 6th,
A most important Sale of
Details in Fr'day evening's papers.
"Everything tor the
Autoiat but the Auto!"
Most people of refine
ment and taittc are com
petent to use discrim
ination In selecting mo
But It saves a woman
time and disappoint
ment to visit .Saks in
the first place where dis
crimination meets her
for instance they are
indescribably rich and
distinctive, and so in
'A full loose opera
cloak effect, of fine Im
ported worsted broad
cloth, in brown, olive,
green and blue.
r !,lned with selected
gray or brown squirrel
skins, and ornate with
collar and cuffs of
leopard or black fox.
Essentially for limou
sine wear, made with
large, loose kimono
sleeves, and is also ad
mirably adapted for eve
ning or opera wear.
Motor App.irrl Department
is tli Floor.
Broadway at .Mth Street.
WILL TAKE PLUMES FROM HATS.
l-'rnm Trunks. Teiei. lt l.nle-at ftal
Iiik nn 'I'll riff l.niv,
WsirtM.T"N. 1'..- .--Tin- Trr.tiiy
Dipailment to-day piouiiilgnied all nrder
setting fotlh the ri'giilations nhlcii will
goiern e-iistnius inspectors m e-iifoiciiig
that see tlnn of the new tariff law which
prohibits the importation of tlie featheis
if wild birds ex.vpl when us"-il for educa
tmi'sii inn ',-.V 'I lie I V.. w lm. ni I., ibis
that :hi- pr ili.iliitiori appla-s to plum.i
ill pa iji-'S' f.ag.ig" n" wni n -is hat
1 1 lminitK, as well as to uierch.inilis.
Tile priiht.Hll.lt! .epplies to llll' ' I . I
gam- l-irils also, she Department Molds
Several of the -t.i-ir. hoi.i. , hate liws
which prnlillut -ad' m slilpment of -u Ii
-anie birds when idu.-ke.l. To me. i lli.s
sttiutloii the Department will p. rm.t
ii v of nr.-li imiiliieke.1 dlrds If the- tin-ii.ir--i
ee-u..s a Pond on the condition
hat tin- plumnsi- "ill 1- cliinied to tie
.old cto- of .'ulouis oi tint he -till pre
sent . leneete'ht c lile-llce Ilia- 1'. lias decn
id-stro.te.l or exported from tin- coimiry
The Dipailment will nllnw fenlliels of
rh follow im: lilt else m be unpnite-d, un
der the act. for oninieiciiil imiposes
iisirdh and dnmesiic guinea tnwl. domes
tie tuikiys. kii'so, ducks, e dickens and
When it comes to the Importntlm
of Hie feiitlets ' pheasants. Indiai
peacocks, blai k. i". ill. ml. maiiilai In alii'
tipiscie i lllll'ks .Kill swal-s. tile ImpOltl
w-ll dan to pie-ent pionf that the bliil
from wbn-li tlie feathers were plucks,
were domesticated. .1 1 1, 1 not w ,ld.
I'tiilei- the ruling to-i!a customs
spictois are aulhoiieil to take- algrettc
from tlie hats of pi-senger. ente-rlng Hie
counrrv ni f'om their bagKiigi' Td
lililiu. ige thus taken shall be destrnte-u
un'ess the owneis desire to i-.xport It
A Sure. Safe
ur Oiiiirantisil l'iit .Mnrt
trjigns mi Now York City ronl
I'stnio iille-r nli-nliiii) riiiil si
tivo s.ifommnis iiuaiiist iiity
nissil)iliiy nt loss, a i-Ihss-s nt
iiivp-.tttii'iii wliiili li.iuk-, ps
tnti's ami pxjM-rt invi--.toin tin
i nfler n lllilili-il tmiiitor
u tln-M' lirst itioi'icrmps, with
lirini'ip.il ,-itul iniiTPsi lii'Alt-
NTr,i:i, tn-ilim: fr hi
NEW YORK MORTGAGE
& SECURITY COMPANY
135 Broadway, N. Y.
Capital and Surplus, $2,600,000
at 34th Street.