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The Old World Seen at a Glance; Happenings of a Day Across the Sea Condensed in an Interesting Page
I'ARNRI.I. at" XL'MKNT. DUBININ
. itkt, the bronze statue of Parncll, on of the finest achieve
,ht ,, ;a f tiljitor. Augustus ?t. Gaudeaa. which has been erected
through subscriptions by American admirers. *M unveiled by JOBB
1 inond pi.cer of the lrisli parliamentary party. The- scenes of entail
? were oni paralleled by those which attended the unveiling of the
O'i ormell statue at the opposite end of Beckville streei. thirty-one years
ajto Now the shaft of the mor.ument has been completed and O'Connell
street." Publln. in which it is located, can oast of two of the finest mo:>u
ateata ir, lrela:id-that to the memory of OVonnell and that to the memory of
'"caries Stewart Parnell.
Parent? and Guardians Appro?
priate Salaries and Xeg-lect
SOME EARN" $50 PER WEEK
U >\-rx>x. Feb. 8.
Th- huge selerlea MIMd by child artors
are. responsible for :he rise of & DOW ki::d
of social vampire in :!;? form of the p:o
fesslone.! txp'oitcr of children
Oases have already come before several
magistrates in which a child earning as
much as $f?' a wn^H has received orjy
enough for food and clothes, while the
balance hog gone to the guardian or
parent, who makes no provision for the
education anu futur? of the child. Mag?
istrate.? are c >rre;ooajUjr beginning to
-view ai! applications f^r the li-ensing
?of ehll i .: : ra wl'h susptci in, and tn.-:r
attitude, although Justified by experience,
reacts unfairly on a'.i bonaflde cases.
It aas Ulis prejudice on the parr of Sir
Alfred ue Rutzcn at B>w street that in
dhjgoi h;nr. to refuse an extension of
Master iosnsVja Browne s license to u
S/de ' every nicht. But after special
re;>r"?<-ntat'.on* were made the hero of
"Hi::. ? For: in*." at the OYtterion Tl.e
ste". as B0W been allowed Ml remain i
tll the end of tljj; play. satisfactory euar-.
an-??-- having isreji gieen on the subject
of his education and sslary.
That there is a very real danger cf a
c fM aCtor suffering an Injustice was
pointed out by Harry Wilson, the sobel
tor whr. ?"s for Drury I^ar.e Theater,
and who -?riec. for Mas', r Je>hnnle
' Magistrat?? rn, iVal l*T*xU?ely with
the r-ana?.;:?? ?f theaters, he said. They
taiie care teat the c: lid s education is
Imit.il after b) laOOS manage:?, and that
tue < hlld is qjs?.ered in a;.r-r -wi dress?
ing rooms But t!-e hi t.?
stands f.f'ay. d kea ?
tr?te to force a pai e
tee that the ch. . are put
a?a> for his fu:-r 1 .... n. This ought
to be done, because e a -hlld is over
".4 peon of age re - Bttta use to th
sta#?- 'ir.'li r.e Is
LONDON CITY CLERK
Author Gives Impression?, of a
Distinct Class in English
POOR. BUT VERY PROUD
LONDON'. Feo ?.
I'h'.llp Gcbbs. in an article in the N'a
t!o-ia: Weekly, declares that the city c>rk
1.1 "a snob ?rf the first water "
"I have studied him." Sir. <5ibbs says,
"from the time w.ie:i Me first put or. a
high oo'lar and cut the wniskers off his
white cifta. after a co-roe of Pitman's
shorthand and typewriting, to the tlm>;
when, a* a n..ddle-a^ed married man, his
hair is be<.>>m.ng thin on the lop and his
convictions on ali subjects of life have oe
come a-s eettle^i as tn.<- foundations of St
I*aul s, with on*y a few cracks in the sup?
After expressing his profound respect
for mar.y of the qualities of ;he city
clerk's character, the writer continues:
"Hut here my resjiect for the brain at
th-- eity clerk must give way to criticism.
It is a brain which is Mai w:*h triviali?
ties, wit), ajaaar rubbishy notions and
with many odd <-nt: ta
"It la one of the conceits of tao city
jinrk that he l>elongs to the upper c aus?
es"?whatever they might be. Tue fact
that he tre.irs white a black coat,
a beerler ha:. aHM a eieeae down me mid?
dle of his trousers -.nudxihs his whole
mrn.al vision and sive? a distinct squint
to Ms oufiiKik on Mb.
"He iiolds alo | f-om t!.e working oiase
es, and has r.o abate in the;r advaiiing
prosperity or In thetT solid .social and po
i power. He dcspis.es th?n. .1* ow
p.<>ple. He sneer* at them as UM great j
He sattes hlmseTf. in rmaglr.etioo. with,
? capitalist, (though he worka on a1
.r ation wage at sweated labor rate*).
?-^.?a eentlmcnutl whctieve: a ,->. er
N fa R Betel of hai oid estate, or when
e-. r i. ere is a poiiti-a! attack upon the
privileges n! t'-.e very rich.
?Tnder Ms l.owier hat (cork-lined, at
? . he ,s a snoo of the Mr*, water "
GERMANY LAYS PLANS
FOR A BIGGER ARMY
V:!:*ary C:rde? l)*>:r.2r. :? / '.
Increase to Already Gigantic
BILL GOES TO REICHSTAG
According 'o w?. M
furw Zrttun* .t ..
?r.t a???v>o -?' ?'.
? t;;: ?:r- r ? ?
Fron ano*!-?- > * ? <
th* Ml trjll t? eorev ?
???.?K) ?ad ;'? ''? '?? ?. m?
la the lx>k?. .'. ?
ta ajvar. ' a* t
? ia .
kataiL'ari a> j
ts? ar- ?r- ??-?-?.
aa aaaalr ???? o? ->*
th?r> t? no jatrana n*??
Tba taaWaaBMn at ???
?Wort area* h? - a
aa ta* araav aft* a aoiuhi? aaaaaar af
It la tBMftlt tahat* that IM naa Mil wrtli
KIHe VICTOR REVIEWS
Regiments' Home From Trirv
Get Kntl.u^ia^tic Recepti?*)
medals tor standard!
R (MR *Vh
?r.<1 \i? .nj .fren. Uv J>.?
?Osf r *?? ? ml flat
rrfl ?-?? -
After Hospital Treatment1 He Re?
turns to Links in Splen?
IS DONE BY SUGGESTION
Specialist in Mental Ditorders
Explains Its Effect Upon
LONDOJf. Fab, s.
The eaatfbtUty of goiters flocking to
Harlty street to ;>?? cur?! of ? tendci >
to io>i their denes or fooxie thei: BMahle
ihota is Spaaed b> ttie news t hat aftei
"h. ;noti '" treatment St Oliy'l Hospital
it goifcr who \vi;s off hit game return.-a
to ii>k Malta la apieadJd form.
He was ell ataatear plus player o/ha
had aaddeal) gone stele from o*rercea>
nalrailea aa his same, ami the ateta id
a BOP tad by ,i IIa::? / .street nerve aaeafcsj
tot araa t" leatlU In tha mim^ a?ad by
tttddeetiM llo- k iavb itlea that !le v/is
Jjst as good a i ayei mm ever.
Beaae liittisotlng oataioae ??n the Bah?
nest were gjtrea by DP. iCdwlti A?ii. lii>
famous specialist -n mental disorders,
? a gsrr. mi 'h aa golf." he explained,
reo. m res * vary delicate i o nt rtlaatloa afl
.v.u.! ;:nd muscle, which iMeoaaaa aabcea-l
<-:<i:?s in tlvo case of u pi ivej- of any j
iki.i He plays ilka an autaaialati, aad is;
i: bis best wiis? be does not trouble
about his tarm? Any flow or energy in j
his f OiasTtOlol mind, such u.~ oveianxiety ?
dboiK tiiO result of the match, or the idea j
that he id going to play badly, has thel
result of interfering with the working of I
th*? a jbconscioua part. It clogs the
wheels ot" the automaton.
"Now there Is no doubt that suggestion
]*mov? that later faience by remov?
ing the particular idea?? which liave '
blockt d UM free ruining of the automat- j
le impulses ?rh.< h all go to the proper
swinging of a clab.
"The hypnotic sleep state is no! ne.tes-:
ear/, and in most cases |a ; ndestrable.
My own method In such eaaea la to g"t
tag aatfaat'a mind poised, and then re-1
move by suggestion the idea which Is
obstructing the ? jbconsrJo :s action of
"St-nlents ?idder.ly facod with an ex?
amination paper often llnd th-'lr memo- ?
ries almost art pad out by the rush of
energy- in tbetr OonacsOOB hraJn. The au- J
tomaton atUeh ahoold reel off dates and
flgiirea ne?ras to >:et a .spoke through its !
LONDON, fab. S.?When Jean Vleyi- i
haac, for five .'.ears a fsrmhanrt at Cb< "
tiotlea, Fram e, was charged befaia a I
court, martial witii failure to report for j
military conscription it was discovered. ?
that "lie'' was a woman in dl^uise.
HUGE LEGAL FEES TO
Public in England Mulcted by
Customs That Amount to
LAW" SOCIETY PROTESTS
The practice of paying junior counsel a I
fee equal to twO-tbirda of the amount I
paij to senior co :ns< 1 was attacked at
the geenral meeting of tba Law So-.letjr
Hrtnshy Harper said the Law As- i
doty should protect tba paMl as w-n
as look aft>-r the lahtreeta of '.he profes?
sion, and it was time to da away with :
sr>m?-air.g which waa aOtMog lest tran ,
A friend of hit had .ften briefed Mr
Henry ISawkbsa, v. ba aeear ataated atore
than J-' guineas and "tt? ?>" on tie brief,
but nowadays b.u.ng society K. t'.'a |
were ask.n* eXtiai aSMM fees. Tbeta was
aa objection to a K. (' geLting tiose tees l
if the client wanted t.> b-icf that K.f"., !
but M was feapd th tt junior counsel 1
ehuuld also set two-thirds of the amount '
ablch his leader receUed.
lie knew of a case where a Junlo
COoaee! aas :ot pr ?-ni !n court tori
eo.-n- day.* d.irlng -? trial, but still lie had;
t<- be paid hi- u guineas per ,'nv
In aiKdher cas.-. was to tie paid to
a hading con nee] .;ni the Lssnal propor?
tion to the junior M Ti. were p.rfectly |
satisfied, but aabaaajaaaghy it was .bv'd?-d |
r.. 'inef a well-ktoan k. r. The K. C.
was engaged In a political campaign, and
he asked a fee nMoh was thought to be
absolutely seataMtttra, hut the client
taaaajM k aevtaaMs to aacaM his s? r\
! ?s To the client's .s'jrprisc. the firi?t (
co.:ns?-l engaged e\pla;ned That r.oe.- he
was i>\ Paa attejaafsi at the bar "junior, i
and was entitled pa. | '<s- esjual ta lap
t'i rda of Use Pat which rt. k. ?'.. who
bai boea krMed ..: th- big r.R.irv. was t
r- '.vc The r.-ig- -? ,,r also
aoafaad thut he was saaOTed to a fee
?.'e?J to rsro-th:rda .f the f-e rat1?! t ? the
counsel wh was to h-iv hi* le-ldor.
bj* who had be-<i-ne j.i: ' >r a? The result
'?." the Introtfu.-tlo.i rf t st "vr.'.r.-r.; K. C
< -oiasel wer- satlsrled in lire sirs' in?
stance srith ?be fees they w?r.-? to hae? |
r <ei\ -d. ft was hardly ne-.-?sar>- *o say
I '?? aj>suM a s anUa! Mob I rule was.
? r i i -his q iesrioa cf Ms ?. e? j
?? : 4t i ? p.. . . ! - ;.. ro ike
'X'-v-hitint na>-rrer-s ?.. ihoeo fancy
. c.Ti.se' and sere inc'ined to goto
?->f-^:..r .: r. -.nts v. -) she lid be
T-a'e!, sei:-e>! ,r. the ' oourtS.
h naaa C ?. ss-e. saa, s?*i the
so- 'e?v had a'resdy at-p^nted a com
? * : ? w ih the ?':bj \ l
If was ho-jrht kaaasear thai iv?r?o
?I m-.-.i,: '?-?Tv(T, thr> coirn'ttee'i
? n*. pjal .,r<-r dlecuaM n it was carried
ATTACKFD BY TAOLES
I'alian t>c?? fTer-ler r.l*r#H Thirty
Fee? jn tne faT
TV'** Ftab s -A gojt header named
~ ' * wt? eeoaped ree.-g
W ilXpe* . -w, ?,r ^ r ? ;en1,og his
- - k i tba AVsata uik) yeeterday.
J^"*e*te l,j rett-t^rjee the ragiee.
**,*"*> swore; .1 .!>wj, e?n he asTonhtbed
r \mt bajgjnj Red sim in th* air far a
?-'ght . f f - - -t.an rh-rtv feet.
Tn?ft. ???-t ei hy rbe aim of tbtii aa>
? -n. t?e e^g'es -.'e?-*i fkatf head
Aaotb-r goal ?rd?r fojnd t? e 'njursd
by The talone
Lady Townshend. a* Cinema Dra?
matist. Depicts the Do?
ings of Society
THE WORK CONGENIAL
LONDON, Feb. L
The Marchlorese Tow r.shend has Join?
ed the rank* of cinema plot writers.
She is th? iirst peeress to write cine?
ma plays, and her works, three of which
.iri? about to be produced by the Claren?
don Flirt: Company, deal largely with
the doings of society.
"A Strong Man's Love" Is the name of
the principal flim, Which was shown be?
fore Lady Townsh'end yesterday at the
company's premises, and met with her
entire approval. During the action of
the film, which is of a spurring and
dramatic r.ature. Lady Town abend de?
scribed her methods of plot-writing.
"I have always been a very ke. -i ob?
server of human nature, sad the drai las
in everyday life I see going on con?
tinually have often made m- wish to
write plots for the elnematograpb,' she
"The development - of tl S cinema
moven.ent l as been eery interesting to
me from its earliest ilays. and 1 think
It Is u splendid medium through which
SM cir.?s of the < emmUUlty can observe '
other (Saasas v.lth which, ordinarily,,
they seldom corue Into . on'a* t. This
is entirely bensBclal, and the object of
all my work is to put astaa Instructive:
truth before the audience.
"II is fascinating work, and I am
deeply Interested In it I BSQ thinking!
of turning one of my cinema plots into!
a serial story, but this Is only an idea j
"To become a successful cinema plot
writer one shoulii be a close observer ,
of personalities ar.d a student of char
actor. These are the qualities which ;
give reality to the action of the play.'- j
CP.ESS OF TURKISH WOMEN
Military Cer.sor&ILp cf New Fashion*;
CONSTANTINOPLE. Feb. S?The m il- \
tary commandant of Constantinople l?o I
jus* issued a .significant order nrnhlhattisj
Turkish women to appear in the stre-tb
"in att're which is contrary to tie re?
ligious >.vv and to national custom."
This winter is marking a sreat advance
over previous yean in the iiliaaaa str-et
garb wom by the ycunjcr generation of
MoslesaS, Deft In asmeKtag has convert?
ed the oi'i-fa.'hioned black outer gar?
ment into a nu.-t attractive costume,
which acieruuites rather than hidea the i
Bet SI el lines of a good figure.
Tills ord.-.- Anas set represent s hope'
that the Turkish woman will back to;
her shapeless rJetaas. The miiitarr com-]
mindunt krows weasaa nature too we".
lor that. It is Int-rpreted as a caution
against arousing fanaticism in the*.'
critical flays, r.-...<i. might ha harmful tel
the aaste adsaoced ascasaeti af th- Tur>-;
lsh fairer sex.
Prize for Sensation
PAKt.~. Krb. - The T'.iris theatrical
dallv n? wspaper. i'n-iin?d!a, is starting
a competition among its readers for
th- most l ?n.-ptlonal hoedlfcBO. M?re
are u few of the heedMfSSa suggested:
"Marriage e i ' ?? Pope." " A bdtc . I ion of
the Kaiser." "Members of Parliament
Vote Abolirloi ~f Their s?l;>ries."
"Negro ltrcomes President of the]
I'nited States." "All ewlojes HMa a>
Star." "Thett of the Rtffel Tew er."
Failure of RetlsSeMleTs Lank."
Some Works In (.'? -n >taMe Suffer
at Hands of ;m \j>]>arent
MAY YET BE RESTORED
Outrage Committed When Pew
Visitors Were in That Sec?
tion of Gallery.
I.OND ?X. Fab. s
An <>?ti.i.'iiiin.i-v outrage ni ?eSamK
ad at the Kattens! t: r yessesear,
ben four rateable ail paiatlaevi were
laaaaflaa, the gin** c each .,. t:in<.? !.<?
ti* aaaaalMfJ md :h.- pi I m hactu !.
ii aaaaaajb is Mtlnwitoj about Ms.
A m.'ddlc-agrd man. all bs. I "* aaaM Of
tratst vriajah, of Balterae-roee", Park-|
tone, Dpi at i. described as a house:
?ahne-, w?.s ar.sstted In oaaacUon arttbl
be affair and taken ?? vine *.r. et aallca I
tatloa and charge! >v.rn uril fui'y 1am- (
igias tu.- four ractyres ri.aj are as
oitoars: "afrai. Cos table." by C*oaaeaMe:|
'Tli,' cleaners." bj Coo*table; "A castle]
y a Lake." by Richard Wilson; "Hal-j
..ill's Villa." by It. .;...! ui ?
The pictures are ei h arum tern faal i
liiare. an.: ..r. a: situate! in room :3 |
f tha Maliuoal N >ry
Tha act ?v.;s . .in-i: Ued fcaoul half-past I
iree in (be afternoon, a ad i>r<- :??
k apla were in thti aection at liie gal-[
cry at :he time. Suddenly the sound or
?nu?hiu? g!a--.s was beard, a-.1 some of
he officials a ?o hurried to the spot
*tnte that they saw t ' man :i: the a t
Of jabbing the p.. t ires art Hi a two-fo^t
rule. The ruie was aferward found to
Welch, when M rests J. bad about $3.* or
Ml in his possession. He salt! nothing
When charge^ ?? tb tbo aot ?t tiie police
Station, and seamed somewhat strange
in Iiis manner.
The ofnHal? of tiie gallery do not
fc-spair ef repairing the pictures, at-}
'hough, of course. ?M dSBMgS) ;s con-j
-I lerable from an artistic point of \iew. |
Welch, who wan ?omes ha- shabbily ?
;r?^>er). entered t'ie galle.?. wit , ot.ier
visitors, no parti tilar attention i.e;ng
paid to him l.y the galierv offb tola The
Olljiage was resetted to (-Mr < "hari-s Hoi
- >yd. the director of the gallery, who
immediately investigated The affair and;
the damage done.
Lent Ba'-a-tes, \f p a*be a tr::st?e j
of the National Portrait (>n!]e:-y, eg. ;
pressed rh.- itsnost Indignation at thej
teWa of "he outrage at toe Nat.cr.al ftal-i
Baby Wives la India
CA1/7UTTA, Feb. V- Jn a re sai Vet Mil
issued ;>?? the British indiaji gove-nment i
MC.4SI girls under 5 years of age. are j
du?Krii>ei at wit as, sad IT.?1? is sJi!o'?i, j
KAISER'S 'BUTTING II'
Conductor of Royal Opera House
in Berlin, Disgusted,
Quits His Job
AT ODDS WITH WILHELM
BERLIN. e>o. S.
Tiie German emperor, whs likes to i>e
thought an authority on music, as we'l as
on other matters. Is resfe.i? b> for the
euGtien res-.gr.at'on of M. Em!', Pa ir, the
conductor of the Berlin Royal Opera
Hons-". The kaiser has always Insisted on
advising musical conductors at the opera
lio;?e in regard to their work. He has >
especially pronounced ItVis as to *he I
manner ir, which "Carmen" should SS
His BBBjesty hid a conversation with M
Paar son:e Hast ago or. this subject. ai.J
cmicised has mctnods. On Ma la^t visit
to the opera ti e kaiser r.->^ ej that M.
Paur remained fairhf;;ll\ to BBSaSSBI tra?
dition*. Sad ignored bis hlrrts.
The em;?err>:- thcreup>n s'irtmore.l
Count Hue ?wn. the '-ouej oT1-ta| who is
at the head of the royal opera, and ex?
pressed his ?iirr-it'yfactlon in ?':i? strong?
est p.issioie terms. The next day M. 1'aur
It is true that the intendan y-general
of the royal t.ieaters auth"r:a?s tne state- I
mept that the abovi? aci.-otir.t is inaccu'-ate '
and that Herr Fa ir Is awtv on sick leave
and is expec'e.i t,-? return to the I<"' :
opeT? Bat r ? n; <:.ag-ment does n.-t
deny tliat the situation at the opti is not
harmonious or that Herr Taur ha* to cor- '
tend with (he disapproval of the ka. -er
Further. DSS m m-'gement and Herr Fb r
diffcr cn ? ita fa--;, for the must-Ian
In rrplv to a telephone !n<julr>' this even?
ing stuf?! be ad ARM ir. his resigna?
tion, whlc.i ras been a?--epteti. He on'y
assumed his r-*t r-t opera In Febru
.> kki'i To h? RtM.Ki? nr moxk*
? i ' ? ? ?
CJJ PRINCE IX8ERT WHO HAS Jt'ST STARTED ON HIS FIRS" CRUISE)
Maca Albert, the king of Bngla.nd t M nd ttn. embarked recently, with
ahtty-flve -ttter naval cadets, la the crutatr Cnatborland for the <. anary is.ania
anda three montiis' cru:se !n the Weft ladles, to be followed l>y ai.out two months
tathe'Medl?erian*an rrW-e Albert, Who was born in IS*, entered the Nave:
Cattoce a< Osbornr. e*a<ll* four yeert atr." He remained there twa vea.-s.
artet*.ir! nplettac two more y. arn" training at Dartmouth.
Success Crowns Scheine Now in
Operation for Over
A DYK MTU R E R S B A N N E D
IyOXDON. Keb t.
The practical effort or the Rev C. !I.
O.-undy, vicar of .ct liters. Brock!?-.-,
P K.. to lesser, tie loneliness of Ufa by
helr>!ng ssgTtgMe --o tales to meet w?-h ?
view to ma'r'rat.n ? :? rr.>-e-lng with e
mieelire o' s i.ceirs.
Mr Qnaedl ? I >n;? fa a igarafrf In
the <*arly part of :ast year. w*s to keep a
register containing the nejnea of young
wum.-n willing to *akc husbands who pos
.""?e ceri^iu n ome.s. "Mr agency hae
? i'>ne (inite us weh as ! hoped.' Mr (i;j>
dy taid yesterday ? Maoy of the JeO
>f-.s i have : ? -a-ne front mere
male adv".n-?re? ?; thee* I prompt! .- weevl
eVt out. Applies *lo:..? :or m III? have cx>tne
not only fron: ail parti et K:?gland. but
also from t'ahfornia. India. Mexico
a ? j--r.ru ::a.
"One of fJ.e most path-'! n;.?ri?nres
has bPM ' ?' tmtm of \l. a-n daughters
who axe ?dng ir. seclude*; country v.car
ages atterdlnc t.-, parents Who are rapid?
ly gr..wiug old and will shortly die leav?
ing their daught. rs anjillcants fur the
many Beesetafa vresea fnmetlea. 't -a to
k?e;> :og?-:h?- ttkt tod-.- and ?oul of those
who are grimly ?pok?n of a? decayed
I "I wx? very' so.-: y to b? unable to sol?
emnize the mirr.ir? ? * my :lrs; couple;
hut a previous ? ..?d|[?:nf nt je, SI silted me.
Here is ar: citriv-t frnea a letter I re?
ceived from ti.-? brid" ;n arswe.- to my
car! of conzra ulation:
" 'We can r.- ver repay you far bringing
so much kajegjCajeaj .no. >ur live?. \\ -
think oa.-i the- no?; romari'l- marr ag-?
on record, and we both fee! that you were
the imtrumtiit. under ;>r >\ .dence, of
?ir.ngirg as t'>:r- DMr.' "
"A .?e?oni we>id;::g has h??:: ?rr - ?
and we hope hi due tl.ne 10 tie ab'e an?
nounce It. But there are many I
woo are in the stage >f an early cor?
respondence wi.i~h. wlil he followed hy
Interviews. Thev are mat ir,.!*. If i may
use the ter.i. My idea, is Ml to SftBsJ
about a lance number of haphazard mar
r'ages. but Sf careful selection and Op
porTuto advice t- g.: de those who have
the noedf'i! sjsjetjiigg an] suitable fen>
|i>'rjme-:.? i ito a raj,-;-- married life."
FRENCH TOWN EXCITEO
I BY ALLEGED MIRACLE
I Woman Asserts That Statue of
Virgin in Cemetery
Came to Lite
MAKES SACRED A CLOTH
PARI?. Feb ?
T?e team of B?zJ<T? is Immensely ex?
cited by s re-itarkabie story which 'm
said to htm oe?n:rred In the oi-,1 cemetery
hi the tonr. on Saturday. Npt-ting ?Iii
cor.vir.~e the ejperstliious people that It Is
According to the story, v-hlch is printed
wlrh much detail, a ananaa was lea vl..g
the cemetery, where she had (one to
I oray at th? K;avc at at I :eband. when
I sue noticed s statue of the Virgin ee*?
I ert-d with .noes. The condition of the
: stHtue inspired her with pity. U1 she
, tried to wash BM moss from it w-tii her
? pocket handkerchief. She declares that
tha statue cam* to life; that one of ita
hands touched the handkerchief and liiat
. a eatce said. That :!oth is eaciel now.
ITaap ;t, for I I jvr bV.-atd It to thaait
yan for your act of piety."
The woman ran feaaaa to her cottage
and told her si-k dai ghter what had
hippened. She put the handkerchief on
the gtr! a bed. and the cjild. wi;o has
l-er. par.lvz*-! for s-viral years, *at u;..
got o-j; of bed ~r.i wa.ked.
The statue is s'.rrounded all day by
-ripples, blind men Bad W imen, and even
;--n erne are aaCarbag, from some
dls-aee It was reported among the
i townspeople that a blind niaa recovered
j bis eight end that a lame man had
j thrown away h'.s unit hen and walked,
i yesterday a nimbrr of unbelievers vis?
it'i ih" cemetery and openly expressed
:h<i.- scepticism They were roughly ha
? <;led by the warshiper* and ej- ted.
A number of aasaaa ha\e ? rganixed a
I rcri*t.iai guard around the statue, and
can f them . oh--te.J money from v.sltors
a hoes aenaSntcttefa, ata rubbed on toe
liar: !' thS statue. Thi- was forbidden
by the paBea, ? e.-e^pon sevtral gen
aanaai were stta< ked by the angry
women. The leader of the women who
tri. d to lndii.-e her rompinior.s to pre
pitnte ? riot 1? n >w forbidden to en
.... ias eaaaaMty.
The Me.iop and clergy have thus far
refrained from ? xpress.ng any opinion re?
gard, ns the alleged ?miracle."
Special G.;ar iir?is of $he Night
Formed in I'iiris for I^QttC
tion of Property
CANINES WELL TRAINED
A t- .? ' .r. ??-.<? enter of
Pari? hu l-d t> Rai ra;! .r. of ? ape .:!
BWK of atlaaan potlcw. ar rrtgart awards, i
?ho Je.-' t. rlr I :tv. :hie week. TiV.r
?pe-Ie: ?:.e-.:. Ba ar .'.rtr-tfi to ?ruarJlr:
i" ??' tir.er.? oto h?>re *uh
ovriixKi :r.o..-.- Dm \'<-'i: Guirdr' *?>
Imi >??.:? a t'i> rrt-r for a rnorainir
new?-?op#r arcota psr.led at tneperfr on
ms ron?vi: at -tir a-wie ?ie r opera and
tie mri;i ??? r\v wMrh are patro *d
ar a ?forrrt ?taloart caarAi !n a bta- ua.
fena ar:ta> a gsatnt Botafi. k?. ft g -.mra
TARTS. Fee <.
a h?ar. BMo.ni'
?4 w:tli hint n :nae
i *h*?r> -I ?. a
?Wie IB Im lie 'i ? ?* ?. ivwt it iw
as mmbb to aatabltah perole la
attal district of Part* Bite
Bj pH a award a* night to own?
ta it* "iftvy, mm
tor or a -ah
Their Oj>crati<~ns Cover All Xaval
an-I Milit?r-' Centers in
NOTIFY BELGIAN POLICE
mttmMmM, F?b. I
A' ih- r.f of :*>? ?r:t:??. s.vrn
ir.rnt. tr? reigij-t \> it - ?r? k-eT>!ng *
freer, cvf on a srr^ur of Hi nil? who
l ave e?'ah; ?*?,: at Ostend an seen v
v ? I',. .- i-r.;:.?- on .' ??
I- .i- ? ?? ?' i? ;-.<vij> ???*
i estremWy a.and their eperaUoots
ratend to aii the prlndoai natal an I
ndlltarv cerr.r, ;r. the foiled Kingdom.
TU* mmf a*<r.ri I? most ere-rgetic du
rg ih- ???????, i ???sen?.'' when msny
'??i -.e- ofTw ,i ,-?iii!?ai personage*
of nvinv MMtrM are In the hah 11 of
?.".-Tnr ' lar r-sort.
Ar '.* so often MM raw>. ffdJI agency has
in ka i MJMJ MM numerous young.
t1'vohlng women. hy meant o'
w gas mmn It I* hoped to obtain from
*?:t r? with whom ?h?-y assy become
I V > >TK eri ,r,? -he ? n<!
P| strength o? th-tr oouMfles.
srd any spe<-|al Information they may
* ' *< ?'??:? nt. ! bj ? ? .... ge MM
|MJ of ?traneers that the dsnrer of de
. sr. -ulr reduced, and Ibe gw
ii t S'atpeeogfj -..n? h mmi ?
mi ? - * ? fr - e Mm I I- :M,
?v-.'s-ee (bat has eoabied (he see?,
hern of ?he ?To,,;, to rsm on their T-icro
tree M4der> w-v k Mr OTOSry yware post.