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RISE OF THE SEINE l'vr< tUTIOKS r ikf.S. ;F//7ns of lidhf—Morc Large Giffs from America. r«r««. v* 1 - * -Th- =<-"-« had ri «n nin tactes in th!s city riurinc the iwAr,iy-fo» r hours rndiTic «^ n^n tOHSay. The ris« <s . , to t^• t in<-r«-ac<-^ .-,.-,- of its >(f » U) , r , tr; s ivv Paris, ti«t»» prcollen Vv «wtfrt»F'* fain an^ nwittng Fnp-n-. Tli« Hycroirr»r^' < ~ . ..... predict? « con tlT»u«^J rt.«- until FViJay. »h'n 1t trfll T ; " v ! h«^icht of over tw*nty-tTrb '.-<-• at rent Koyal *n<s «>tjsl tbc flood l*\'\ of ll 5*5 *- Craditfoliis in .-,, scrtion --<■ b* rf>mlrs nori*. Tb«> Mw:"= > » r Rh * lnis h*# Ti»>»Ti al«out fifteen Inch** 10-day. »nd ih" irJwHTsnia of ih" \-sllcy ■"• f]*-»l»is: «•> ihr;r wioncincr Ti- Xisn* rr ° FaF ' a U*r#« -.-^. ■wMhin a f«"w hours, rathetic ;i-rnr>; i-rnr> •»•*•;*• •nif:i« N sP«»rt In niwny pis^s, for tn* rictimi of th« Ja*t flood W*«r* ■■.-♦ b" pinr.lnr t« return to Jheif damaged hmifs^s Mkett th«y m»r<- oblicpH to tak^ fiich! MS»'n It lr briiri-^d that th«» P«in«- at raris vJH r^-nißin stationary from Kridsy iisitii ?<7on <*.zy. irb<s)i it t\ ill !>•■• ■uiewiwjted BKain t<» a *!i;rhJ •■'otrop hy the nat«rs of in« Warn* ■ Although rT»TitM«.nt that tTr-r* 1 ip no dan rnr of a repetition "f tb«? ..-,.„! r.r »t;?liorhi«>s: J»r" laVinc ih<»r*nj»^« . '•■ 3' tinnp. Th^ >voi of »h« ■.'■■- • low ..... t'r < " l^ngiii ° r 'ilOi 10 r 't>* »•» b-inc hastily rai^'-'i by improvise *iiV*s. Th«- return of hich rate- thr<»at«ia j, ---- th«> Wort of r^p^ir wlii.-i< iei c in rropr^j-v Th" n^iirs which had croppej below mouths of the f ? r; " * -•■ - c - ■ - poijrine into tli«> conduits, limwn ;nr tljn dertiic licht and powfr li' M^F in 1 vicinity of tb«» Place d*- rOpra- V',ii> srr vivf h^? li»<-n rr^t]m«(l w t«v<-ral r»-otlon« nf:T"n«' st>v»T\«v. tiio manacnn« > nt holds out r.o j!o ( .o iliat thf 1 -main line ra^i"? '"• o >c;t - Lnssr-- station v.i-1 b<~ restored for another jnor! t ;-, . Tiio inconvfnicnr* 1 rsur^'l by 'n 0 crippuius of Uk* RaJ»way ....... Jrc-.-.i t\y Jransportation statistics for W^. vhi-h !i«v*> Jurt h^rn paWirf»<»o snd sh«t\ \h*i the ?abway In tliat y<rar narrled Zo\. f.-»yt.c>. }ia:-s"iiCT.«. «s:ait:^t 27i'X'>"V > " il > car ried by th«! Furfarc Jin*>s otml nthrr fa<-ill iir<=. iiT'lu'linc cabs ami anu> ca'is. The c:o\«*riin»^r'fp j>l2ti of financial m^as mvs for tho rrliof of flood victims is now «omr^". Besides the $*M»0 artOitioual aj< prppiiatioii by parliamcm the plan in cUs^f-: rirst, a !"an of M.-^/v) to small farmers from th« •i:n\*~rfi dv CreXJit A^ri (^,i6-; f:oror;.i. l-^Hiis to small plionkr-<T^«" s and trad'srw^-n from the Kank of l'^rancc nvi other credit institution?, with i-o r iain torrrr.m^nt sruarairMms trorked out 'by M. Coch^ry. Minister of Finance, and third.' leant. to property on-uers by banks r.-.akuiz .1 ipr-<ialiy of loans on real estate. .■- coveran»ent Euarantees also beinc fi;mi?rir."! in the rrcs<-Tit emergency. A:'i-"i? ilw went Anwsrican subscriptions «.*«re *I\<> V ' aOditioiia] the Red i -ross anrt il*.Ooft from tnr Mrtropolitan Opera compd^y benefit at New Yort- HOLLAND FEARS GERMANY. "r. State? General Demand Is Made That Integrity Be Biiii'intfiwl Th* - : -= .- l~«~b. » — The iior* i tofor» > veiled y « r orts to the rttcrx that Emperor VTllHajh a r one tim«? thr^ai^n^i to oecupj- Holland ur.!05.~ tin? country t»3? plared in' a Ftatr of defenc* ■•--'''■'■ descent of ih« En?U?H- were civen n wore, definite ?crtT , j n ly-,*, virst Chamber of i!i» states General this afternoon durinr « discussion ff the rorrirn lice's estimates for the Pai^n (an H*ck»r*n urp«Titly .^man<jM tn«t Ftep« b" 1 tak*n to secure « =uarajit«-p of th--- integrity r-.- ■■-■<■■-. In th« rvP _, „« ir^uMe b^t-BTp*-n Gennaiiy aui >%—M Britain^ ari(i ip»v«e as a reason for ib«» necessity of -:-;.-b a Euarantee that "a n'irhfc^rirc: wvereign intimated few ,a rr 3cr> tha-f he would b*> obliged to r,^.\^ batch territory o."-upi*-l if Holland -Jid r«?t rla 1-*1 -* herself 5" « n adequate L'a"^ pf ri« f»r,oc flp-ainf* Great Eritain." ror*iEn Minister Van Swind*rfn declared that h* -wee not in position Jo'refute He r vercn's ss:f^r»ion iini^ss the. latter ex plained precisely "Sat ■«•«* meant by th<» ■»ord= ■-.-.■- and "inti rnatr-d." He :jrcr>3 "Van ■-■-■ in the fnterestx of Use country, to *<- more ex plicit. - « iatat« however, had no mot to ■, v, ard Tbe- matter "was dropped wlth out further ll?ht bavins beeen sh"d upon it. BE BOLTAH TIBT.D or LIFE. Burner from Vienna That Abdul H^mid Attempted Suicide. Paris. Feb. ?.— A dispatch to th<> Matin 1 f^jro Vienna. esy.» that Abdul Bam the *onner Pulton of rurkey. was rer«-ntlv ,«.ize,j rreaizj- ard attempted tx. rtr _ n^- c wmself Ti"i *> Bflk handkerchier. w<-. was pr^ver't* > d fr"m suicide by a. eer -art and was pi3c«ii in a Etraitja«ket. No oonPrmaticn of th«« story can be obtained here. CATHOLIC PRELATES NAMED. nrir ., c vf 9.— The. following appoint sments jn«po»ed by Casrdinal De l-Ti. s<»<-- T»?ary nf In* 1 ConsbsUJrial Congregation; ■ . - b.- tb» P'*r" lo^iay: T'io Rev. John .? L*wlorj 10 bo ■ ■■ Archbishop ....:,. the Rey. .t. v\\ sha.w. -f M« 1-.<> to b* coadjutor Bi c :i"r> of pp a ti A' - tnnio Trs.. and iho Right It. ru-nls O'JDonaghtie, nuxillary Btrhop of indian- to bo Blshcp of L«olsvflV». SWEDISH LIQUOfI MONOPOLY. Rtorkhoire. Teb. T-.-A Jnuor monopoly for the exclusive manufaucttire in PT-.-ed^n of , .. , w»« organized 10-^ay. with a capl od*ipp«nejinatinc .-■■■■*■_ :? ■-..» Ihe reasons why different kinds of milk have their V individual value:— To the Medical Profession. in, To Assist Physician* Who Recommend "SHEFFIELD % PERFECTLY PASTEURIZED MILK in writing their formula for babies. There is a sample £ taken every hour while bottling this milk to determine by "• our Chemist the amount of butter fat and total solid.* which it contains. The table below is a fac=simi!eof the laboratory report for the first four days of this month:— F»tni»r Total - .; tat. Belli* '■'.'% •■' r>b 1. l«t hoar '. ** is" *" loh 1. 2«J Lour , 4.4 13.21 i>b. i, w h»nr -.. «* nM Xt l>h. '-'. 3d hour «•« I*" I>K. H. let hour 4 :*: * 13-1* Fob. 3, 2<i b»ur 4.4 18.21 »>b. 4. Ist hoar «•■« 18. IVb. 4 M boar «2 13.0* Th* l#f«-l M«lMl«r4 «f ordinary milk I*: BottT Fat. *: Sttal Solid*, H ■ Physicians desiring the analysis weekly can receive me by applying to the Main Office. This flilk is 10 Cents Per Quart. SHEFFIELD FARMS, SLAWSON-DECKER CO, 624 VTEbT 57TH ST. 6 SPAIN'S NEW CABINET. CanaJcjas Succeeds ScMf Morel ax Premier. Madrid. Feb. ?.-Th& internal liberal d - ■ •enaiona culminsted to day in th- « ?l a ' tion of the Spanish Cabinet of wlvicn More» v PreiMlergaat was Premier, ™ Ktag .i on- chafed Jos* «'ana Was i > blende?. « D-morrat and lead-r of »«-J=J trem* Liberal Left, to form ■ •*•« "J" J" Tb iP he has done, the ministry being con ■tituted as follows: Mlnirt*r ef th« Interior— " J. Minister of n-«r_ 'i'^is M^NP*' Minister «f Msrm»>--AraAS ( j«i^ AN * 11 "*"*• r ' """ ' r ■"■■ v»i URINO M!pi«~- of .'■:"'- Rt -,*„,. rM.BSTON MtnKfr of P«W - IWrtaj- , £ RO - •■ ■ MANOXBS. Th* dissension wa* th* Premier* Intended appointment «f « Min ,,er J tire rishf wing ° r **• I'irera m im. Morrf. catkins for the rapport of th« Republicans tended to '— " th ° m°" 3S'Hi MX was reached when the «• £* U £ romndtt^ of the Liberal party. h«adcd by ,-,,,,, Rom.none?. resigned. and „ majority of the Liberal «-m n.M-n, ad vised the King that If » radical change in , polled were lmp«*ibta Premier Moret ..,.,.,,1 be superseded in the Interest* of harmony and th* Cabinet reorganized.^ The "Impartial" has been accusing the Liberal Right of connivance wit* i «- Premier Maura to break up, lite Moret ministry «id overthrow the liberals. **• paper Insista oa , pmdmt >iorrt was only carrying out a programme Intended to sat isfy *tl the factions of the Left. VASQVEZ IN PURSUIT. Mann Desertions from Es trada's Army Ttejiortcd. Managua. N*icari ua, Feb. -'• The pris oSers taken it I^s Garitas have arrived at .. The>- include ..... a olficera oi ihc revolutionist forces The column sent from Boaco in pomiit of Chamorro reporw that he is retiring in the direction of the Rio Grande. President Ms Iris has received tipi p follow ing dispatch from Santo Toraas, dated to- Have returned from the point where the < neniy ,», reported. Our force marched sixteej miies into the bush. t»i.-l • b '•» ■ il,« tracks of the enemy. Tic aen«tj f the bush impeded our furilicr pro^n ; . ohli^hiE suspension of the pursuit. .Heavy 2r^;* ng .Jr.. completely drsorganizinethe o,,™' I -ill row attend to the puregt of Chaniorro. *** ' lo=6 Santos Ramtrex, Minister of rosts and Communications under former Presi dent Zelaya. who was arrested and thrown Into jail about six weeks ago. is Btill kept in conllnenirnt awaiting trial. He v,as chaised by Madriz with having used the trle K raph lines of the country to further the political aim? of the enemies of the ;-.-.vrrnm«nt. These broad charges never were proved, and t is generally believed hero that tb«y ara without foundation. In pnite of this. President Madria will not permit his liberation. Sefior Ramirez is one of th- most important political prisoners now »n custody in Managua, and local pen timert is almost unanimous in favor of his rel*a ? MADRIZ IS (ASSY. Has Already Opened Personal Account rev'/// Bank Here. ;C*w Orleans. Feb. !». <?r>»clal).— Tt la learned hero on trustworthy authority that rro?id^nt Madriz of Nicaragua, following r ■-. policy of his predecessor. Zelaya. has opon^d a j-r-n-ai bank account In N>w York, His first deposit. of DS,«W. was s=« t nt north a few day? ;i^o. Th» banking firm T»ith which President Madrid has opened ; is account is the same which for several wars dH th« perronal banking <n N«w Fork for 7, p iav« and with whom a hand rom « balance stood to Zelaya'a credit when he left the country. 7~ n «i n»«r thrifty rWef «wertrthre of ?ficar i>.z:;~. ■with an Insurrection menai me his job. ha? «-vid»»nt|y d?^id«»ii to lay asMe a ■,~ mnbrHlsF. Dr Maflrhs's salary a ' Fr <> .=id o nt i? I.EOO ■<-t/-.c f|3Qf>i a month, from T-hi<~li. -with the pr»»s«»nt liigrh ro>t. of itv ivz in "Ctraragua, hr can hardly save much ai home. CHAMOFF.O -p MOVE AN ADVANCE gn Latin Ampric^ns ijn Washington Re gard th? Battle of Boaca, Washington. r<^b. S».— Such details of th« ba«t]o of Boaca as hare bees ab!« to jr»t throijtrb to Washington Indicat* to the T.atin American diplomats here that <'hq nv>rro by -what was reported as his flight has Eimply <■ hanged positions with the Madriz commander, Vasques, who now finds himself between two insurgent forces, Chamorro in front and General Matia in th«» rear. The. stratrjd;.t<a make the deduction that tvhon fhamorro broke through th« lines of Vasquea he hastened on toward Granada. and is now trithin fifteen milea of iVi^ city, where the Chamorro family Is one of th* oldoft and most powerful. ■This victory •■"•' the Madriz troops re minds m*> of on« of Mark Twain".- descrip tions of ft. llgirt." declared one of th". rep ir^entativoc of th« Estrada faction, "wh°n h«» said: 'I ■ ■■•c my nose' between hip teeth and pinnrd him firmly to th% ground. ' Chamorro broke through th«Vasquez forces pr:d fl r -d. but he fled m the direction of Managua." NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY in. mm. A RIG COMMITTEE State Body Under Primary Bill To Be 150. IVty Tei-t^rh to Th« Trthirn« J Albany. YrY' ?.— Arrr.rdin?r to pr ? c nt a r rangements the Rinnan Green --'"•'"" pri mary which 's b«»inc redrafted.by.Gkiy «»rnor Hushes and a small group of legts latorp. will b** introduced on Friday. Tt .•was |««roed tb'-nTght that it will differ In one rather important particular from the bill of i as .t year, In that it will have a mandatory provision that th« state com rtiitt^es of political rigrti^F ehatll be nmH<» up of one member from each Assembly dis trict, or 150 members. These members *** to be elected directly at the primaries) th«>ir names to 20 on the official primary ballot by petition At present the K^publican Ft a t» Commit tee la mad n up of on* member from each Congress district, or thirty-seven members, and the Democratic of one member from each Senate district, or fifty-one m c ?nb« i r?. Th*» purpose of enlarging the committee to these proportions i:5 to mak* It mor» repre sentative of all sections of the state, and to give all proper opportunity for desirable conference and discussion regarding <*an<li dates. th« general political situation and the like. : nder the scheme n ? th»- Hhxman Green Mil the party committeea -"ill "designate*' candidate* who. with others ■who might be designated by petition of groups of party member*., will become candidates for party nomination at th« prhtiaries. Opponents of the direct primary all along have raiP<-.1 th« objection that direct nomination would give no opportunity for exchange of views re garding the political situation and first band knowledge regarding tb«. identity of men suitable for party nomination. This objection the men drafting the Hinman- Green bil! believe ■"ill !"><" removed by the committee of 160, which will give repre eentation to each county in the state. With the large state committee, the party council. Following the proportions of a pres ent r-\:i\<- convention, though minus the • puppet delegates," Hughes direct primary men say Mip "convention"' ■nonid t<- in its proper place then, and would enable the candidates to aid in riraftinp the platform which they must defend, and furnish a proper occasion for the delivery <<t their speeches of acceptance and other declara tions of principle. Another change made in the bill has to do with the time for holding primaries. The direct nominations bill, which was dr feated In both houses last year, provided foi primaries on the seventh Tuesday be fore the general election. It was contended that this niiiri'- the campaign too long. To overcome this objection, the bill this year will fix th*> fifth Tuesday before election as tli r primary date. FOR BOMB THROWERS. Assemblyman Levy Has Dras tic BUI— Other Measures. [By Telrjfiaph to Th» Tribune.] Albany, F"eb. ?.— Prompted by the numer ous outrages recently perpetrated in New York by the throning of dynamite bombs into tenement houses for revenge. Assem blyman A. .T. Levy to-day introduced a bill which provides a. most stringent punish ment for such an offence. He make: it a felony punishable by not less than ten .i ears' imprisonment, and murder in the first d'-grc if the explosion results in the death of any of the occupants of the house. Another bill by Mr. Levy makes it a. misdemeanor to deal in futures or margins on stock exchanges. An anti-loan shark bill was introduced by Assemblyman Her rlck, of New York. It would prohibit the clinrpf of more than 2 per cent a month Interest on loans made on salaries. A bill by Assemblyman Hoey would per mit the Commissioner of Docks or New Fork City to issue permits to charitable religious or philanthropic organizations pii titling the bearer to ride without cliars° on any of tno ferry lines ori<=rßt<-ri by the <-i< v during the hours when regular traffic wl not be interfered with. It also provides for half-fare tickets for school children and students To prohibit the fpsuing-of trading stamps is the object of a bill Introduced by Assemblyman Goldberg Assemblyman Friend hitroduced an amendment to tb^ banking law which makes *> per cent the maximum Inter* on advances of money rppaysble» on demand made on negotiable Instruments plede^d us CQllateral security by banks or individual hanker? T!i*» bill would prohibit any bans or individual banker from receiving as compensation by way of bonus or com mission any sum in excess of such interest Another bill providing for insurance In demnity to employes was Introduced by Assemblyman Garfein, of New York. it. provides that every employer shall provide such Insurance for the benefit of each em ploye, who shall receive, regular wages covering the period of disability, with an equivalent of five years' salary to the heirs In case of death. The, woman suffrage bills of the session were supplemented by a measure giving women the right to vote in village elections on propositions ratine tO borrowing money on bonds for public, improvement-. Assemblyman Young, of Wcstchester, In troduced it. FT.EXNER AND WILEY INDORSED. State Homoeopathic Medical Society * Meets at Albany. Albany. Feb. 9 The New York State Homoeopathic Medical Society In annual convention to-day, adopted resolutions urs ing the enactment of a Ja.w placing bills of physicians and s=ijre«x>nF in the class of preferred claims assist the estates of pa tients. The. - let: indorsed the work of Dr. Simon Fiexner «nd his associates in th* Rockefeller Institute for m*<sical r»- Bearcn and th«» efforts of Dr. Harvey W. Wiley for th» prevention of food »nd drug* adulteration, and condemned all efforts to pnaet an anti- vl vise* law. These efflcers w»r* elected: President. •William I*. Hodge, Niagara Falls; vice president, H. G. Keith, Yonkers; second viee.-pr*sid*nti A. R. Grant, Utiea; third vice-president. Jennie- V. H. Baker. prook lyn; rerretary.Bert p. Clark, New York: treasurer, Reeve B. Rowland. Eimirs, necrologist, John L. Moffat. Brooklyn; ten porF. W. J. McKown, Albany; o. S. Hitch, Brooklyn; A. II: Rodger?. Corning, and 11. J. Ball. Portland. MR. iSQriTHS CALL. Letter Indicates That Lords' Veto Will Take Its Turn. London. Feb. s.— The Trlme Minister to r.inht Issued the customary letter to bis followers asking their attendance a t th»« openinc of Parliament, "as matters of urgent Importance will immediately arise ' Mr. Asqiiith's letter disposes of the rumor current recently that the question of th- Lords' veto might be proceeded with even before the address In reply to th" King's speech was moved, by explicit ly stating thai in address will be moved Immediately the. King's Fpeech is delivered. In Influential quarters it is stated that the King's speech will refer to no legis lative proposals whatever except those for limiting the veto of the House of Lords, that the veto bill will be largely based on Sir Henry Campbell-Ba.nnermnn's resolu tion and that, no separation will be made between the financial and legislative veto; Until the Cabinet councils are held, how ever, everything is a matter of specula ♦ ion. but it Beems that certain ministers anticipate that th- whole life of the Par liament will be. devoted to th? veto ques tion, and that the whole government party will be called upon to take a self-sacri ficing attitude bo far as general legislation is concerned. Looking at the attitude of the Labor party as indicated by the speech of James Keir Hardie at Newport to-day, the Premier may expect troublous times from th*> restive spirit of his conglomerate supporters. KEIR II ARM E BITTER. Scores Treatment of Laborites by Liberals. Newport, Kngland. Feb. P.— ln his address opening the tenth annual meeting of the Independent Labor party to-day President James Keir Hardie threw cold water upon nil suggestions that the Laborites in the forthcoming Parliament should he the blind followers of the government. He said: "I confidently assert that those who hope to see us bring about our own undoing by entering into some agreement or under standing with the government are doomed to disappointment. At all costs and haz ards we must maintain a complete freedom of action, both in the House of Commons and in our constituencies. Th<» treatment meted out to our candidates by the Lib erals in the recent contest was not ihe kind to predispose us in favor of any friendly Relationship." Hardie declared that .the policy of t lie Liberals toward the Peers, as putlined, did not inspire the I.,aborites with confidence. To talk of weakening the veto power of the L«ords was toying with democracy, he said, and Tided that any second chamber must, in the nature of tiling;?, be reaction ary, and could be intended only as a check to progress. lie said thai the policy of the T>abor party remained unchanged, and was to sweep the House of Lords into oblivion. Th" same unsullied Independence which had produced so many labor measures in the, pant, must continue to v. .■• i, for ends yet to be won. JOHN REDMOND RE-ELECTED. Authorized by 54 Nationalists to Act Until Next Meeting. Dublin, Feb. ">. John Redmond war. to day re-elected chairman of '.'■ •■■ Nationalist party at a meeting at the Mansion House. O'Neill-Adams § Lstabhshcd 42 Years ! To-Bay's News Lo 'est Prices for Standard Goods in- Greater New York, These stores will remain open all day Saturday. Lincoln's Birthday. Women's Imported Neckwear at Italf and less Both Buildings- ' < r; < ' looi Samples oi three good makes par! oi them made in Si Gall, pit* of them in Plauen and some of them made in the f nited State and this is what you w ill find . 25c Neckwear at 12^c fCearh 10,000 women's embroidered linen collars in eyelet de signs, mostly Madeira embroidery, many styles oi open work and blind embroideiTi ' n '"' ril i | high and medium heights- and all 25c and 50c Neckwear at I2^c JCearly '• r '^ ) embroidered collai and cufl rt " from St. Gail, besides some Plauen collai and cuff ets from Germany. 50c, 75c and 98c Neckwear at 25c \bout 2000 lafce collars, yokes, chemisettes, <•< These are the of a Plauen maker, which v ( se< ured by taking tin* rntire lot from a man whom he personally sent to this country to sell to us, so eagei is he for oui ac< ount. 75c to $1.25 Chemisettes at 50c I arc chemisettes and yokes of imitation [rish and \ enice laces in white- Curiously, these samples arc in bettei condition than you would expert, for while they have been shown to stores, those from m < tall and Plauen were show n only to representatives who send t • i uropr for their no> cities. We Give and Redeem Surety Stamps i Sixth Aye. (JNf3ll-Adams6 Sixth Ayc * 20th to 22d St. UNEILLAoAMbVJ 20thto22dSt. Fifty-four members w-r- pr*?*nt. Timothy Healy and. William O'Brien and th«-ir fol lowers, who had not b*>»n invited, did no; attempt to parti>~ipat- In the election. rtegolutinns were adopts r*fu?ine r»pr* fi «»ntatlon in th« party to any Nationalist had oppo?<*d thA decl?lons of conven tions '-offlclaUy convened to select eaatil rifltep. or who had opposed the official can didates. ■.Y. The meeting to-day was prtran*. nut on official report of th« rror<*»dlrrc* s»t forth that the political situation had been dis rll -cecl fully, and that Mr. Redmond had been authorized to net on behalf of th* party pending another meeting. Resolution!* were, adopted which will give new power of discipline ov»r refractory members. Heretofore a defiant Nationalist coiilc! M dealt -with only by * two-thirds majority, art"! if ha refused to resign h<» could still claim membership and Fh*r<» In th« party fund. Now th« par-y I? *"i powered to exp;l a member by a bare ma jority, and thus exlude him from. th*. *•»• ,-. : - of th- fend. >-on« of the antl-RMmondU*s r*c*ntlr elected to Parliament will b« admitted to the party without a special vote. Th«? meeting adopted a resolution thanking friends In America for their spl-ndid con tribution to the party fund and expressing admiration for Michael J. Ryan, of rhila r;ei r h| 8 . national president of th- Lnlted Ir;sh League of America. RTVF.R AND HARBOR BILL BEADY Carrisp $40.000.000— Sum^ *<>* Waterways of Middle West. Washington. Feb. ft The river and har bor appropriation bill, carrying an aggre gate Of 51OWO/™ 8e »n annual budget, yraa virtually completed to-night by the House committee. , , *_ Among the lar*e project? provided for are the following: T T rtn f ir % ISi $2 sirftomiv;t:r ftom iv ;t: £ffl to^iro/i^Vfrou ,ralr« £X™ Organs $"O0Anf»"». Tor the. Ohio Rt\er.*i. SffSStaWy and ? -" Ing -ontract. For State" (inoftrt Forth" lake* In \\ af nm?i '» - i" -■'", <V-n. For h waterway front »f<*port' iTi" to tlm mouth of the Illinois River, ' The Secretary of War Is authorized to appoint a board of five engineerfi to co operate with the, Illinois authorities in se curing a suitable waterway between Lock port and Utica: for which Illinois has al ready authorized |2O.«».O00 CONCORDAT REFORM DENIED. Vatican Refuses to Meet Spain's Plan —King Alfonso's View. Madrid. Feb. 9. -The 'Imparclar 1 an nouncea to-day that the Vatican opposed a categorical J'non poSsumus" regarding the prop..,al of the Spanish government for the reform of the Concordat of MO. '"« paper says that the government will r-roi^ awv proceed with the wort without nego tiations with Rome. If the Vatican appeals to King Alfonso the latter will reply that although he Is personally submissive to the Chnrch he is a consUtutlonal sovereign, and must bow to the will or the govern ment and the people. The reform of the Concordat of ISSI is ,„ c of the principal articles In the pro pramme of' the Liberal gorernment oi Spain. II has already been unsuccessfully attempted by other Liberia! mintetrte*. rhe modification^ sought affect chiefly the c i auS e a relating to liberty of conacienca edu , • ■ .; 1<- limitation of relig ious orders. A SPANISH MAYOR SHOT. j Judge at Logrono Also Mortally Wounded in. Riot. Madrid, Feb. 9.— A dispatch from l.« j grono a? - that citizens or one- of the I <mall town: "' the province of Logrono. i enraged •< thp • ; '" of the city soverii merit, made an *tta<-li on the City Hall to day. Many phota were exchanged, and the Mayor and a judge were mortally wounded. Two council men and two of the rioters | w ere seriously >unded. r\V£NTORA SUICIDE LEFT QVEEM LETT} Tl Says Manufacturer Forced firm to Destruction. n . m ,r. man who found Ml— elf over j V- and not ftf<«4 too the short war out of the difficulty last nla: ■ He^M Bund J. Bo****. «nd I" ble^ •»; hi" brains in a bathtub In the Hotel Rayraot.* M vo 4- Ta^t 2«tß FtrP " t - Two nOTirR later h* died In BellevSe Hospital He wa«a*rra4flit """IT mann-r^d. rath*? quiet man. his hair BtreaX-d with gray, «nd whil» a* was « "- of P p«ch an', much wrapped up in his •*" thoughts h did not show th*> marks of th* hammei | he was taking «t th« hands of fate. if had no money, and wh-n his Mll was last j rr"P?nt«»d it had run op to |IJ*. A gMail at the hot-1. Wllllann A. Mil---. h^rd * shot *arly laai ev^nlnc. I" th bathroom en that floor he found Botcher. fallen headlong into th* water •! th» tub. : « bullet wound above, UM ear and a r *- , volvor M the- floor b»?i'l«> him. With tl » people of th* hotel, I" 1 did what could b* J don*" for th* dying man, and railed th* j police and an ambulance. He. did not re- j cover ronFciousnesF.' J A letter, halting and disordered, told what the man wifched tin tvorld to know j about his tragedy. It ran: "Why— "imply I»m up acain?t n A man. | lived to jy» fifty-six years old. find? himself J a vtrana-er among stran«en has three re fources. Ptealiner. beeeim? or the next best tbfna\ I have taken my elioiee The. raup*— ith*' nam<i of a mannfa . of Bristol, Conn., was civrnj-as mv to as if he had pulled trie* 1 , , . On A'iK'ist I'd. '•'*. 1 submitted device to him to be made. He Eav« m* pric«». I cave, him order. And th* cash In fall pay ment. After two months' not a fampl» ; Fiis fii^t promise to deliver the poods in two week."- On the ?3d of November my last vl«!t to him. when I explained fully to him ray slfiation. thai I was here a Btrangei*amom; sfranser?. that his delay I "I caused my Denver association to withdraw, that f was ?tranded and af»k him if he did not feel justified In refunding some of the money I gave him to bridge me over- that nil the pales made t<» b*» remitted to him. No. ><■ had th< money and would kerp it. Thoti^li made me tlic b*st promi?" ro^-sib!e.ro^ sib!e. tears in hi? eyes, that he lnune»llati would get me out shipment. -About two months later dM ship me ten machines that will not pass Inspection. Iff 1- just as j guilty of my tikini: off a- tlmujrh he pulled the trigger. 1 expeH he will place ail the i blame on me all rijrht. ' So doubt 1 will r.-ii=f:ed as little «? an.v Other o"0 person. Outside of my sister and | my boy there is not a soul on earth to drop | r>. t-T. - .t to =rive a >>stb My lnst ttioucht i-^ | of one person. Slay they always i»c happy- M On tii' 1 wall in a prominent place «M the j photograph of a nag nan in the uniform of a West Point cadet. The. detectives pueFPCd it to ii 1 * the dead man's son. and tho "one person" for whom ii* > f*M a regret. Beyond that it seemed that h* 1 was risht in Baytaag that be had no friends. Six «-ent3 and a few share of mining rtOe* - ere the only things of apparent value in his room. A letter, sealed and stamped, was found and posted. The police did not reveal the address. The. invention to which he referred in hta letter was a machine for cutting buttor. The polit e made Inquiries from letters and addre.-srs found in his belongings ■ nd learned thai six years a«?o he was employed by the Hamilton Silver Company, of No. 1$ West 27th street. II« was In charge ot that firm's business west of the 3lissis9ippL Store Ready at 8:15 A. M. El ? ht Car «■■ Directly on the Interborough Subway. Each Way to Stors. * Full pages of •i (i y+ Wan a maker At A ¥ rV7 tt /I nt ALA / •Store News in At «W^-.« ii v and Brooklyn S J New York, February 10, 1010 Standard Union. LINCOLN-BENNETT Hatters to King Edward and to Wanamaker Men A century of successful hat-tnakfng i? hchind the Spring Derbies that arrived on the S. S. "Laurentic,'* within the week. Two dozen handsome blocks to prove th« Lincoln - Bennett versatility and tickle the man who has been wearing an unbecoming hat because it was "the style" Splendid black derbies of glossy beavers and smoothest felt — soft yet- snappy as a good hat should be. $3.50 and $5. Man fiocr. New Building. Cottage Linens Just Arrived from Over Seas A snowy freight of linens for this store came in the cargo* of the ships that crossed from Ireland, Scotland and Germany last week. Up in our receiving-room the great wooden boxes have been unnailcd. and now the new table-cloths and napkins, sheets and pil low cases, towels, handkerchiefs and doilies are pouring down into the Linen Store. From Saxony came 950 dozens of such inexpensive embroidered linen pieces as every cottage-owner will shortly want for the ■■• mer home. These are of the good German linen thai launde rt well *n3 easily. They are hemstitched, and decorated with eyelet embrcH cry and firmly scalloped edges. Included arc tray-cloths. doilies. centerpieces, table-covers and scarfs. Doilies. 7c for fi-inch. round or square, to Zee for tc-tnch sauar*. Centerpieces. "Or to $1.25. Scarf-. !R x36to IS s 72, 65c to 51 '• Oval doilies, from 10c to 25c. Lunch cloths, $2 for a 45-in. round, and $3 for a ?4 in. retmti Fiist floor, Old Buildinc. Books as Valentines Combine Lasting Value with Sentiment For th** valentine whkn carriss the give coming into favor. The Rook Str,r r i M^ tnem, prett """ I and frivolous looking, yet possessed of pern 1 . ihic The Courtin*. illustrated by Keller, $1.50. Lilac Girl. Ralph Henry Barbour, illustrated by Underwood, $1 15. Their Hearts' Desire, illustrated by Fisher. $2 Evangelise, illustrated. on < Hiawatha. illustrated. 90c. Courtship of Miles Standish. illus trated, 90c. Star of Love, by Florence Morse Kinpsley. $! 4 Harrison Fisher's American Beauties. $2.25. City People, James Montgomery Flagg. $3.50. Cupid's Almanac. Oliver Hcrford and John Cecil Clay, 50c. Two Lovers, illu-.trated by Christy, $1. Formerly A iT/i it' /k-ti*j§ lA • Broadway, f. \. T. Stewart & Co. '// / 1 /// /////(I Aff/J > M Fourth a«- V IWiiWjlyrij V/s/ Eighth to Tenth Si It Is Your Own Fault If Your Floors Are Scratched, The mnd-rn wmmm torn haM»^,^ finmn mO 4 r;gm »n "' Jsoiip- "I. •« ,h. t*«t m»*n<i of k»*pln» h^h «n p»r f.rt unmarr-d. sfltera ' ''''■''-"I. »h» ( . her M-r. • .'• equipped -""Ith FELTOID CASTERS AND TIPS T^.•. f»I««M flttlnrn Jntur« «&»-!.,»-!, tc*rl*f* floom *nd ru?« A»^ your fur- Sttora deSSf for FEI.TOID CASTKRS AND TirS. nn<i ln»l!.r th»t all 9««M« furnlturn b« -<juipr-<* w t f l» them. I? a , cannot Buppiv y<>'»- ••-* us ESIIHJ* *nd -. rIM us w»m for » ••■ rEXTOrD B " UML MiM K. S. Slrjdrlt. of th« SIS^-IT Ma* facturinar Company, of No. *^» S?rl2jt ftT""K paid ,■■■■■• man had <:: *i tr> her for a j-">t\ and that ft* bad b?»n cJ. fere«; fmr!oym«nt m th* CWca«o braa-h of her firm. Th» rerolVer r* Had wed *a. nf an expensH-e pattern and his <"t«ft»j were nf zood Fiv- «f •"• tna^hia^ that : ■«• had ratcnted ww* Irt th* roca. ARMY AND NAVY ORDERS. [Ffm Th- THb'jn- Bnr»aa.J VTashinstcn. February I ORDERS ISSUi3>.— Tha following orim are been issued: ARMT timnrat from a.-tiv »'r=t.--. I**-* <tf »V ,., «itou.!«<i t.-» Maren ■■>'- -,„., • - »*» C 9 7X 1 : -":r rwt arrsn-rr. m> uwu«ib-« int. Capt»i^JAME?" TOTTHN. as ? i?r.M to Sjrt ' • ' *' Cn*nL<nu~ roast artttl«ry. Apr" J- L<-av«-H" of ifco*ne-.: Major TIAKRT BCKCm ■rrrrs «f erpln^rn. twer.ty-fiv« ji»y» trea February t^- First Uteatenant rr. «N% 5. JACOB. rhiiirr!:i» >eonr*. on- HVTOtl*. -..._. .. C r- STOKES, detachd r.*-al --- " """ " arid raval m*.!i.al wh^X Se»eit»l. chief of trtir»«»i of m"'iioin». •'-.T^ry. MOVEirE2CTS OF WARSHIPS -Tfc* ft' lowlnr rnov^m-nta of vojsfis hay* b?« rt portcd. to the Navy Department: AKUIVfJX, p.h V Tlio T9""r>m»i ** Bl'J'fl-'''*. Feb ' ?— The H-lena ar FixX-van. SAILCD. jvb. S-Th« raiifsmia. tfc- f^ut- ■ T^n Ji% v.»*i v-nr.ria. -M CoXonOa. t^ Maarjljal tlic r?nn^>'lvaniA »n-i fb» »»i4r;»r tm Honolala for ?an fraac^W t^ Tyrw and tv ■'... rr»m llin-^lnl^ *■■ p'r<-m-non; tlw Vlelcsbort^ from r<*~y. Nivarazua. t~r nary r ?ri. Mar- T3.an«i Ihe ■renn»««»« and the VTashin?-^. • ».-3rl Taclfic fl***- TEN MORE MIDDIES RESIGN. Annapolis. Fob. ?.— T>.* ro«»r «f bU ■hipnien at th«» Naval Academy wa- ttOtbtt reduced to-day. wh»n th« r**ignaf»n* of ten cadets wh« w^re »»iis«ar!«fa''tory in .«tudi«s at the r^'nt s?m:-ar.n'ial *xam; nation?. were acoeoted'. Hints fcr Lovers, by Arnold Haultain. $1. Rilrv Ro^cs. illustrated ' v ChnJty. $115. Rilejr's Old School \Uv Romance? illustrated by E. Stetson Crawford $1.61 Susanna & Sue. by K^e Dcu?U» • l ttm. $1.50. .. An Old Sweetheart of Mine ** Christy illustrations. $1.35. Lord T,ov-land Oiscovrrs AmenC- C. N. & A M. Williamson, lllas ' trated. $12 , Hundreds el other really. * r " ly valentines, paper novelties, card*. Mchcts. folders, post card?, and!*'** Underwood subjects in red hfaf frames. lc to $4.50. Main floor. Old Building. FCrrrr piee««»f ■-•'•' •■•»* ; I* i » ■ mi Tloi. Th« *'!*»« % I>»Bt. ». Cans.