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M INSURANCE I Refuse to Vote on Final Reai of Lloyd George's Measnr in Commons. THEIR AMENDMENT BEAI .Disappointed Followers of 01 ?.cllor of the Exchequer Iv tripiiing Against Sir Edward Grey. Dec, ?n. rhe i.. : '?' o" stlonal litaorance bll - ' ! in the H '.",. I, M ,.? ? ? ?ti? 'il ','. ;i -? hips had n ,.i?- th.? roall ? ?, but liter? ? ? many unaa LClcr? and rrbe?imi?? deseri I m ^ok the Itadii al i. mem bei s, ei for ; s msai lid ?hrunk under the i!"':'-'ire of a?t*e th?t the rountry \?<?..?? not read-, for it The ?nfonista. sf'e- ?? ? ? tins; ihe v h?n it tans? Introdiira??! 1?\ t eolrot of the E?-ebeQiwr, wars not i ptaittofl fe-r fxppo?inr- ths bill, bul ?m?fiiim?iii sivinsr the reaeons for d* lr? a?n*artlns It ohtail er] the ?janeral I t li of th?> ?'>ppopirU?n. Immeoiiil after the amendment was defeated Ualenlsts walked out of the lions? a rr'xi??t ?Kahif-t rlOS re pro SS?stM. Th* I,ord*? '-aii no-v carry <? :t - amendment if the*/ chooas **t?*>r,n?; nt> th* ?impopular Mil in on i? tat TMs nill N e tnaro coaarnmn ?course than e i i nee, w !i aea-ret sxpectatlon thai ths law, wl a**-a?tted, will sel ths c*ountry a*ra*nst i rr"r*?ii7<-'d T.flrtli-nlr-m. of Lloyd . ?e*-ir(-a?'o eatrisme f jewnra. *" hi? are disappointed by 1hr> la i lie apprerlntloii of tl.? insnrar em?. ar<? boldly intrlf-uintr S I reckles? Unionists agt Edwi rhs conspirstora ar?? saaklnf out of offlci pertlai questloi ? ? I ' f the "ft . ment in a mlnt?rlty by ? t o These tactics will he heartily a T rot "* in Ferlin. I rjieerge's -?eh??**/?? < hit? ef w. rklna a?**?*ple **ro**ldes f< i d?*?iu?3tlon i the si ????er? of ?T whose are i?i<i?v t .. t,T". ? beol tescheri snd m?*i ? i u?e. Th? SUM Aaid d*-?*nrtir?n ?S ?f.? | mim n week trem ?? m f rants from A ?xonmn.? '?.a*??-. \\'li?r? ? . ? eed ?tl r<-?ntf> a ?la . ? , will he ? ??-here they are aot worn '?? dav rents . ?. | - ??re would h?? rail? ,,. -? rrnt? I traola a???l tl i for < sen perse premium ?si I ? ?"'*a ? wees h , anrl II I ? | ? ? ? '? ?- ? ? ... ? ? r. ?-ompiilnoi ? i nr. ii? ?uran ? total max 1 mu? ?-.-?.. | which tl ? ?' . ?-neflts to he ?erived from * t ?? o iid he i ?lief I ? d be 1 " Tk tar a m*m f< . ? I -.. t rimpletel down i e. we iM "? ?'?"" *? '? ? ?. r? ? ? r?.r ? unit ?an - Id be fl 97 S w?ek fe ?. .,, ...? ; arr?ta fnr a Hnr rith no alloxxanr ? e ?chema als? ? n unem eek fo ? . ? HI EW/ ~ the ?rerkmen ? ... IhV - ' ? ?? HOME RULE TO BE FORCED ?VsqvHta Announcer, Plant in Rr ply to Coi'k Member. Dee. ( '-,-.. r*d the H ' ' ? ?? ?? Ai:? . ;,? ? s'l the n .'innai mea to pass a 1 I tbt* lh?i ment. Hi ? -Me-.???'! co rere: t ? - ti \ ii:*r . I I r ? -it t?t r M l ? . ? . ? TWO AVIATORS KILLED EnflU- Birdmin at rj | -,- Mc Pra?h ir. A-* t r-n<'- T ?. >. \ .-.. II ,? - . ? I laths el ? ? I ;,.-.. ? -... ? B ? '?? i French vilw pessimistic t'f rmi ( Bpee? h Takes * T]o-k to Anal? German Relations. .... ?. . ih?* ' - ?? ' ha? m? i ? i ? !r ? ? ; >? r - ghber.? ,, ,. ? DOMINICAN HEAD SWORN IN ? ,1 ,?> I >oi.'i:if*') I ?" ? ? r|a. ?ho ?-es el?S?t*ted I r r?r ? *** S'l*','*"i ' rerca laoh the osth of ofl i s rr?"'**r*v'3 the folio? ' l-T?*"7:Sli -,-?..' ' ?-?.-a Mam,?I ? no'?. - ' . ; '' MAYOR TO SEE PRESIDENT Rumor of Abandonment of Navy Yard Springs Up. Mayo Qayaor, ??," weal te Waablagten yealer-da*- to atteiad tbe National Rlv? Harbor? Congress witk fOock ?Cararj-?gstoner Ton-kins, R \ <" Smith end Borough Presl? . i ? -it Cromwell, lin?. ? "f-usy ?lay mapped oui fr,. (., .1,-. I Im? of all he IS lO flddrr?.s lb? ??a?ares? Then he b??p"* is ?-all on the ut T? un km? said before lea* i., ,h?- ?Serretsry sf lbs Moary had taren n regard to a propo? sition to abandon Hi" nevj irard in Break b n snd rede the prapert; ?back le th<* city ,,t ? proper compensstlon ng ?Seeretarjr Meyer Mayor Gej ?mt e\pe. ?> te talk with the S??Tfi.nv ?*?f ?*Var in regard ta lbs axt?*f*si?**- if ?l??* pl?sr la order ""?* '?'Rer ships may ?be berthed snd In regard ??? th? satabllsh men! of a terminal for the ships of tiin rif m\to intends to canter with t>?*> artnj .1 men of the liar'."-?,? i . , onmlttees ?-?f the li"u-n and Mt? In *??->;..'?i to other federal Im? - ment s In lbs harbor etary of the l'epartmcnt ?f nd ?Labor be ic to oeafer in re? lit*' of raaMvlng ?he ? l"l'?-i, near the St ccorfie terry terminal, on ?-taten Island Commissioner Tomkins says that no com? prehensive system of d?r>ck developm?*n! h? terse** 61 ?George and Fort f-redswort- mn b? put through so long a? ths llghtbouae ? rmatns m the way. Mayor Gaynor aleo Intends t?-? confer with tho Interstati Cornmercs ? lommission. It Is the ceneral b?*lirf in the T-av y yard that frui.o n-!s'.r'1<---F,a,irli'--r |g ropponslble for the report ihs? the government contam reding the yard to the dty ?ni lo eating ?ti? Ind istries elsewhere, it is only h little mon than a month tinea Beeretary Meyer spoke about the congtMted condition and Inquired a?? to adjarent proper?- avsilabls for ils ?Milsrgemenl as *a?o|| as the enlargemenl of the wooden dir? Ti, disposal sf s large '"" ? of ' ,lio presen, yard wall to the city during the administration of Secretary has e\ er ?ince been regrerte.i by yard i I 1 out that yard space is moro nearly utilised now - been for r-orne -oars, and the works of Improvement which have heen pom?* ?" steadily for the last two year? la its ail)? k NICHOLSON'S FRIENDS BUSY Ask President to Keep Rear Ad? miral at Head of Bureau. Dec r. The rontroreray g of Rear Admiral R"ir! nald '" Nl ? olson as rhl?ef of ?*?e Bureau of Navigation of I ' '?epartment by i ' Hip v ? 'i- ?wa, ' svsl aid io ; iry Meyer, which has spread from j naval mbers of th? Houmi ommlttee, was carried to tb? White House to-day, snd President ? take a hand In It. v? holaon I sd served only two of the usual four year?' term ns rh??*f lu? ?-an, whep ord?-s wer? issued trhnsferrlnK Mm to command the Aatatte Taf! approved this, as well mm Becretsry Meyer's decision to appoint ''oininander Andrews chief of th, bl reau ding to ?.-?? - ' ?-, s friends In Congress he wss practically deposed, a-id they hsve rallied to his rapport. Pep Uve Foss, of liii-'i'*?!'?. ranking R? publlcan memb?8r of the Naval Affairs Com? mittee, and Representatives Dalsell, ol Penni cania, and Weeka, of Masaachu setts, ealt?>d on the Prai I to day and laid ' | ? cas? before him. Shortly after the delegation called the President summoned Bee-etsry Meyer. "That bureau needed reorganisation," ?-v plained th? ?Secretary, "and I Intend to have it reorganised." Mr ? ? ,| ,he rhati?e might b? delayed until the ,-ontro v< rs] ' DISMISSED CADETS STAY OUT President Taft Refuse? to Reopen Their Cases. ? ? ef ' ? Bid, nt Ti.fi tO -? i ?if five csdets recently dlsmisaed from Wem Point f?,r ?drinking The 1 i ta lien s ? ad? ? n dismiss? d H. ,!ie powei ?if the Executlv? en th? that he a on I in put them back I, ? I .-.??. as lie held l* ' \ ' i -i\ of dis? Ipllne, snd Martin of ? I i i?i 'k r :<nd Florl? pies fer i he ? CUBAN VETERANS WIN POINT Civil Service Laiv Snipended to Ter mit Difmissal of "Traitors.'' - the of the 1 elation : oval 1 office o! ndependene? ?\ hi? ii | sn acut, l to ghi " pa ? agi ? ?? -Ut es of s Mil r six ? ? i .. ? th? Pr< denl to offli e Tb. rele? of ,,f and will i nu? lent 1 Ciibaai The ured GERMAN LOCKOUT OF 50.000 ENDS. 'I ll? !. ' ? on.prom - ? i ? l.\- t?i .. refui? ... BOOKS ANO PUBLICATIONS. REGENTS ABDICATION MAY NOT SAVE THRU Peking Believes Prince Chun'; Sacrifice Has Come Too Late To Be Effective. YUAN IS NOW ALL-POWERFUL Premier Looked to bv Rebels tr Change Government to Re? public Without Foreign Intervention. Trkir.s. Per. fl, Prhtre I'h'irt. the Re? sent and father of the child Kmrrror, Bbdicat?d to-day. HI? piar? as guardian of the throne is tnkon inintly by Bhih? Hat!, a Ifanchu pt'inee and form?r : ?lent of th" National Assembly, and Hsu-8hih-chang, vice-president ?>' tin' Privy Council Hot h th? n?tw guardians ol the throne were formerly grand coun? sellors. Th? administration remain? for the pres'tit in the hands of the Premier. Yuan Phih-kal. The Etnrrcs r?owap,er and the Emperor continue to lu>ld au?1l en. etj and carry out ? sretnonlal affairs Th? Regent sacrifie?" himaelf in a last effort to ?ave the thron? for his s"n. hut unless nil avldencei fnii it it? too lat?. Premier Yuan Shlh-kni has let Peking know that ho hap, taken the British Min? ister. Sir .lohn Jordan, into his lonfl He has told th? minister his pl.ns, and tays that lie hop?s mich from the minister's mediation. The rehrls to? night confidently sa: that Tuaa Bhlh-kai la th?ir man. They describe him as a master statesman, hecause he Is r romplishing the transition from the Mnn'Jiu dynasty tr' a ropubbe without n maasacre or an attack on the legations. Ths edict of abdication exhorts ail th? jrtn ?es to retire peacefully, which may indicate that there was truth In th*? re? porta, nf-.en currant that the youthful princes desired to atta'k the foreigners, hoplns; t<-> cause forelern complications might benefit th? Manchua Yuan Now All Powerful. v,,;,n EUtih-kai is non entire!] pows ft I within the limitations of th? disrupted covernment. The r?hcls any th.it the) ? him to manipulate ;?ie regiments until the Manchus ere no i..nt;er cai nf disturbing th? capital trhen th.. de cisi?n of the s m isembl? nf tl ? representatives of the rebel and loyal provinces, soon to he held, decides i" favor "f a republic. Th? Prender has promised to nhide by the 's de? cision, which 's admittedly republican. It la believed that th? Premier desires fr?rcit;ii mediation to insure the safety of tl?? court and the rranflnp of pensions. Som? of th? legations sympathise with ths Regent Thej pity, but ?1" not hlame him. It is pointed OUt that he was far frr.iii selfish; that he so'icht the host for the throne and th? country, but was In? capable. The palace, where avarice ar?d Intrigue prevail, is hopeless is the seat of dfoveri ment. The ?galions of the larger powers are Increasing their guarda to between three hundred and fiif hundred. The court - tn luve lost hop? when th? loan . finitely d?nie.i t?> the government. Ici announcing the resignation of the Regent, issued to-day by the Em ii' i Powager. Is FiKned by the num? bers of the Cabinet. If pnintp r.nt that the administration han been unpopular and that a constitutional government has not yet been established, explaining tins by the fact thai zom\ the people's hearts wars broken and the try eras thrown int.? turmoil. Ret-rets Hi? Late Repentance. Th? Regent regrets thai his r. pei ?'.'? hue. and fee i 'hat if he i In i "x> ei his com i I vrould soon be d rsrded, The edl? ? con ? Hi srepl ? d preyee \o resign | ?? Re ? time ex presid? earn? ? lion tn sbstaln from po i. th? i.sei il? ing \n I ? ?, am Igi on nt of 1 of afl ? ng . ?rhere, while Hi.- commerce of frl? n i f. i?.-? The Regent 1 i : oui B? ns ml? i? i rmed th? ? . repted ?? et-ij, t dem ilt; to th? from the p? ople, ? ' .. ? must now realise that the court doet not object to ? i ? un rend? r of th poa. r ? ested In the throne." The Regeni a/ill receive fiil.OOO ? snnuslly fiom ths Impel ';il b hold aH'.xxan? es. Armistice Extended Three Days. t.mpt i lal and re? >lutloi t ilankow hsve not ? el i ome ? ? .'n in ? i -standing the i misili ?? has extended for an additions i three ! da? ? ingbsi, i ?ec ?? The so ithern ?i...',..n?s apparent!* a?? more than ? mined on ths effs ? ment ... Msn'nhu administration *?\ en i | 11,iid Kmperor, a?; ths onlj terms on ahl ? sn h? marie abdl? a; Ion of ths Regeni is re ? i'i msplcion, aeeordlna ??? the revolutionary leaders s?*ten te nlghl and the dual guardianship is unaal ( ... I | 1 ? ?i, r.f i . r*hun s? R??gent snd lh< ? BOOKS AND PUBLICATIONS. of Bhlh-Hsu and Hsu ?Shlb chang S-- fzuar ..r the ibrone |g regarded In e?tjIsl < Ircles h<*f?f. p? n si.hsl-n'lnl vl'torv ??Off Viu.n ghth-kat, h",wf?'i WlMMI and the r tinnK Ragest Ihete kgs bees mut* bitter feelinK ever ?-m?? Yuan wan dismissed from the couit Ifl IMf, <?f Um two new res'n"- H u Bhlh-chang ij ?ii" mor?, interesting fv*-raot*allty. "? 'R distinctly Chinese in binh tramlng and expiration?, and lit* been one of Vusn s stanches! edvo?catea, protesting sgalnsi his dismissal in 1901 and memorallalng the throne ein?? then to rauna TuStB's return to nil" life fhang was born in ?"?" M, Stld was grand counsellor iti Itff, when he ''?'"? ?erit to Ma?ir-hnrla ?m a ?pe?ial mission, snd j afferwar?! was miamed there as Viceroy Until ltftt, ^ben lie WS! made rr?-<=i'!er>t of the Board of Communication?. In addition. he na? appot? teri grand secretary, ? high po?l?|of|, ,n ipir?. Shth-H.??i !? on-, ef the old ItM M.'.nchu*-. ?n11 was appointe?! a grand secretary It I toi and grand counsellor In the following year, sin-e io'is he hn? n'?o ?.. .'iipie.1 the offl'e of .l'lni'T iriardlan to the heir ap? parent, and In ir.ni he Vas mad" presldenl of the Board of Forelgu Affairs. REFUSES TO TALK PEACE Wu Ting-fang Calls Wu-Ohang' Conference Unofficial. Bhanghal Dec I a raagemeats have practically been complet?*d for a meeting of the djelegates representlsg C?e Bhanghsl ; republicans and Yuan Bhlh-ksi to d< - ternis of p--|(-(, AVii Tine fane. Beeretaxy er ?Pbrelga If fairs on ihn repubH?*an side, has be?n in? to ?to to Wu-Chsng to i"ln In 'he pear?, negotiations there, bul ha? declined He .'..under? the nr-Ko?',atloris at \\'*i Chang >,?officia', as iim r?-ntr?4 of republican g?-'. ni hag beeil transferred to Bhanghal ?pending the declaration of Nanking a- th? Capital of the republic. Notwithriandhia the peace negotiation at Wu-Chang and F g| ghal, II tat at the heal nf th? lepublhnn movemen* at a i' tO-nidi? decider- ,o flfiH, t'. ?* fl," ?= T Iggue of rspubltcen was bonds, covering ?< : patriotic and sympathetic loan amountingI ,r, i?,...-., ?via taels. Tl I bonds will be Issued In ?I'ti-mlr iiona of ito, ?v?. if? tnd ?V, the Issue ?price brine so per cent "f Um face ralua, the average rate of Interest beln? 1" peff OOnl They ans repayable In r\x var- by th? airent of the new republican bank, whl h bar S Cap? ni Ol '"??-" gl | e?.-nt, suh s?rlbed sntlrel y by l*hli The [ . I at the meeting thut ?Americans could be induced te r ?"me speaker said that the United States was the onlv Countrj to which Chins looked t'?r sympathetic assistance, hecsUSS th? ITplted Its es s th? "ni ?ii Interest e?i friend ?,f i ' .? - millions of starviag and oppi ai ?jed i- ople MISSIONARIES LEAVE HUNAN Report, Condition?, Wo*TH Wong-Po Said to Have Been Captured. Cleveland, Tmt I '*<rir?i*umstaric-*s - " Ing worse mi era leaving the station," ?as ?! e cable messags received re-da] t r"c ' ? j i-Nsn, ? Una, to the Q ?',;<' Johnson, ?secretary of the r.r, ..| ..' m ions of 1 ie i-?vangelical .\Fr??'laii'-n in this dty, frorr. the Rev. A 11. Butsbscb pud wife, of Benton Harbor, Mich. the Re? 1 r Ranck, wif* an?l two children, of Kapenilie, 111 : Miss 1 llzatx th of ?:? utllng? n, G? - many, id "l ; anns M Roloff, of Han? over. Ontario, have been stationed at Shen ? hoa ' Bai f*rsnclsco, Dee, I ?Dispatches re da?, from Shanghai by the Churig? it-po re por 1 In capture of ?Vong-Po, north of Hankow, In Hu-Peti ?proslnoe, by ,? 1 r 1 '. ??- ? ?, l , , proaroes aboul ?lao-Kan. where the Im ;, stand DOTY REPLIES TO CHARGES Health Officer Defends His Work and Is Backed by Confreres. ?Dr, a 11 Doty, Health ?Offl-asr of this port, replied yesterday p? the mport of M N. Bulger, the ?pe. hil iBVSStigatOI who, in his report to Governor Dli on Mon - di ,i the if? alth < ifii??? i rnlasaL This the "first statemeat l?r Dot* has ,ii;).|.. since Mr. Bulger started hi- In vestlgation in June. Officer. wh< tly defend > n ?1 lai -i that ll i,e diffleull for him le dis th? actions ami , ? sport of Mi Rulg? ? with proper . . of 1 I Is ''? Id? ?l t>. nek? 1 '?. 1 . p|] 1 ?possible, ? 1 .?? said 1 '1 '?'???. "Mr Bulgei ra "H I."'"1 - . - alle'l ? tlgatton a spirll of bitter hostility to nber of mot 1 extraordii ? ? In 1 Dr. Dol " ? -in-o he took office ,;i is'.;, ,,.,?1 showed hoa d brout t about n ftwrn In th? ? 1 lofl ? tan - - ??urn?-' 11 antlne ? ommisslon two - ; limp. ? indu He laid ill kinds oui " r 11 > ? ? port wt, ? . . , Dr. Dol il < ?-? 1 . approved I el 1 ?? Bram m \ h.m M Polk. Fran- I 1 Blgga, George I. ? dockland ? l?edlcal Bode) ?'.ni of I 't . ige to 1 'The I'.'M.ind County Medical svi-i'. ai Mew ! ?rk ? ity to da: . 1 - 1 ? 1 ".1 Health Off!? er ?>f the Porl ' ' ? k." SUNDAY'S NEW-YORK TRIBUNE Mailed an-where in ihn United State? for $2 c0 a year. BOOKS AND PUBLICATIONS. f land thus II came about thai when, In I Ml, the Dutch East fnd ? ? iv. i.. in oui i.i bllsb tin' tradli ? ? nf s? 'i. ? ' b a ??..it of ra? lal Instlnrt that ' hind 1 ? ,,t i, planted th? unconstdered bulb of Bowling Green, I \ a hi? h h., n m g the s ? il Broadwsy. M ? beet i l Gift Book BROAD\VAY Vor Nev Yorkers Litctary Editor of "Everybody's" ?y J. B. KERFOOT IMatatJ Critic of "Life'' few aords, ly the I kal? ? ... ?? ', i loi ab], which Is bajek. BBUI ' ' ' ? V'H'A ?.ft.-. ? I ' . t>"7 .*? * ? i? , ,,,, i- . m. Kei fool i? goo io, his never ,, , rdon? ?????' .... ,.-??? ' ..line. . . . Mi Hornb i ?? draa Ini i bave la? lit:.It '<? tn.? per? . lh it he gives US, I "ii' ? ?f Iffl ... ?tere?! i ' be pul "' ?? i , . i , ? ? ".\ '?' oh ?.f potent ' 1 ...? 'hi i ' r - pressati for raen ;,i" pro ?wi lall] nerd lo B ' n vho i" linger < thai In IN ? ? 11< i n oi rtoimtown ' 1 Iwsy, this Is I . safe, t esi grooklu? gegte. ,.,11,1 troth? ??.n / Poetpol? ti.ll, Vargt i>"i>-< Umltee] rditlot.ul lean 11.I erf, poetpi ?' l*S !.. 40tli St. HOUUHTOS MIFFLIM COM l'A IS 1 Now Vorli ELLEN PECK MAY GO FRE Dix Commutes Sentence of Not ed 81-Year-Old Crook. Albany, Pee ? c;e-.?.?r!.er Ws has con i iiiteal th? (?n-xrir sentones of "l.llen K r if Bprsi*khltl, N ? , who ws t,tt..i <->r graad larcenj/ In New Toi m Kebruary. v*? The weoiaa clatme owneraMp to aMM acres sf land in h*ei tneky and on the strength of this ?lab borrowed UA"* fl d**ve*op?d ?'???? ?h o?.n?.i no land -411*1 h?t?r sentrlctl??a fel lowed, Ifi i"!--'i i; r. p? ck a?? . n< ? '. ted ? "trimming" N'ormsft .? Wilson, ?>f Net lOrk i ii\ out r.f $:.IWV h?r latest epct?tlOI In o. criminal career of nenriy forty year? Mi? I? noiv over emhtx-on? vars old an. Mill holds untai nlMliotl th? reputation ?"* being one of the cleverest trotnaa < r?ok wrho ever operate.1 In till?? country, , r.ne Kii??"? Hi? exact tints a? wbiei Rilen Feck ??'Kan lier criminal] career ?l*i" xxi.s x?. ?I known to th? fathers and th? prandfathers "f ths press?t geneintlen x\ hete ?h? ?xas h"! n, ?x h?, her par*?nls W?MM SI xx here and hoxv h?r >oiincer days wen passed, nu ?t. te, live ever ?lisce-vere'l- II*' csreer in the annals of "Wg work" begs? a?- far liH''k a? la**?* when sh? coax?.I B. T, Babbitt, th? p..a,, maker, out of flkOM I? (SSh. S!i? heal jewell.TS out i?f varh'U um< ranging from ????'i to fU.Mli aiTl lean sharks, real estaie operators, chamber? maids and grooer*m?n, as well, wsTs num? bered anionir, her rictlms. Pake mortKae??. the impersonation et wealthy persons, piaving the part of i tip? ster on the ?toej< mark?! were only a small l art "f Mr?. Peck's reperi"i?-e of pames f'tr fooling the unwary. On one occasion ?It? Inserted an advertisement In a neu-s paper f"r a loan on pom? supposed dia? mond?**, Htid .liillu? ? olumhanl, another well km ?-n crcok, ansxvrred the advertisement, thinking that bs saw som? easy money. ' ' 111 lilt i, n i k.'iX'. Sf.ni?? fake heii'ls t? the ?; pectlng looking old woman with the dlamoatls ?ho, having ??me unox*.lodge I ersclf ?.f th?? wicked ways of the, xvmld, t. ok ..n? before exchanging to get th? r.umben of Columbanl'i boada Bhe in ?tSntly dlscovsred that the** \xere bogus, I.?led Columbanl Into a rot.m over a Sixth SVl is M ? ? ". I ?' "Stuck him up' will? a i? vo|x?r She t k*1 h?r brother crook *?o completely off bis undid Hint h? leaped ?il a Window and es.aped Hs Was caught three d.tjs later, however, and ?ou V.Cted. Bx-Chlef of Foihe Byrnes ones i-^'.d of Mrs. Pc h Mrs Pech *?as a g?od woman, s very *..?...i aroman! Indeed, I maj x^x- tiiat I > i nd? i tn d me i dont n?? th? term hi th? ordinary seeepta i but ??< i fsmlilsr police coiloqulalism SVhen I sax thai Bllen r. ? l< ??? a son?! women l m??an Ihsl si.'- ws ? a:<.."i pi th? I ? , - : ? ii :.<? "Johnny" i lop??, 1he i.ii s lar, n.nd ?;e?.ij,'f. wilkes, th? interns i one I forgei iver. food men In their lin???. in th;? .?. i -?? i don'l think that r ever kt?*?? a better man than Mrs Perk Mr* Peck served only four ?r fix? snort .?? liten? es ?n lie;- Ufe. Of lHte she hSS been prowinst veery feeble, and Judge T. C T. ' rain nn?i e\ DittrtCt attorney Jerome, who ver?, concerned t*i ths proswutlon, bars ? elr Inll'ie'in to have h?r released1 \ siniihir petlti'ii \?a<: Pent t? Ch.ve'-nor Ifughes in fiecember, ?JOt, hut he reject?*d ytUg: "Old acre Is no SXCUSS for crime." Mrs Peck xvin prohabiy be freed ? o FfMD SNOW REMOVAL STRJKE Drivers All Report for Work and Contractor Puts on 1.400 Teams. The new teamsters' strike, whl<-h besan with Monday'? baby blizzard, ?am? to an e-.1 ...iterdav. it xxfls deelnred off at a ine.tlnsr of the different union?? of team ?rters whose members l?f* th? ?now ruts at Murphy's Hall, h?rlhn?ni* on Tiies'lav night and ending in the small hour* of yesterday i ornlng. Th*? contrsctors fer spow re? moval \x?r? notlled in th?. niornlpfjr that t?,.. itRke ? m "T- ?'?' '* wat?f ?? ""* :,f'"' ' noon the strikers began t" return le Tlf Mi"?*, teai lei ire the ases mid ?atraer u ? ? ' ''" ' ' . me work in lu -? - ? ! ' '. s, r. h'? ?? ? s< ? v.or% in ?i" when 1 hei i .-?now. Celestino Da Maree, the roatrsctof '?<?? -now removal la Manhattan, said la afternoon that be had 1,4. work, as hkh?h ? I.'.. thl i -? ??? I day, ??',' ,,r i rr? i... ?.i ii? erted on Tuesdaj aftci II.ion ? Th?. pffii ars "f the unloi - i ? led me Ii t'ie moi nlng i ??i i ' ould i ' - all th? nos teamsters I wanted," he rontin I send "ve, t?-.-, thousand teams out ind exp4.; to make re. ?...i work In iiing the Ireets of si o i - ? Is of the ? iraninn ' *epai tm? nt - ? There will not i"* much snot? left ni'.rrou nlgl I A u..,i?l ?I?-.? i It? ! .?ine?, the strike began, and t ils niH i a saving to the < i?v, ??" as only pg il ?? ?r fi m for getting rid of 1 m tbej H' i '?.illy remove '? N. J. FIREBUG CELEBRATES Burns Down House While Grand Jury Is Investigating. I P 1 ?leg, ?,?' '-? T - in? 1 n>"- Brunsaick, x. j . Dec, %, The _ ?irte,i the In? estIgatton to day of the ?tase against Ellis Appleby, of Wd Bridge, ^ho |g under arrest on the charge of having net Are to f .? More ef BelOVCT J St? naker ?a1-? August ? if thi tiesfie-? .?'?Ilinioned. clcht v.rve r\:i|ini m| to day. th? cas-* then going over uni morrow. Thi Investigation follows closely the dis? covery of another Incendlsry tue ai Old Kudu? yesteidsy In the Aaher Culvert house on the outskirts of the town Tlie house, m-ma vecsnt ?Detectives employed by friends <>f Appleby are .?t nor!<, and H Is aald ther? ?frill b? .s>.n-iaii??nai development i". ? dg v or two. On? of ,h?> Important srltm ses was Mr? Herbert Vpplt by, . Ife of the - Postmaster ad S s: -t.-i m-law <?f the man ,-harsred aith sraon Bhe Is ;,Iv?? an aunt of G?eorge Beiover, one of' the own? building bin ii?"i ? ?? ? r -,-. ? et M - ?TJe-orge Squire , M ? George Ruahei Mr-, r-..e,i, Mj-?, Julia Kwlnglel M ivhia Oaborn an?i Mrs. Joseph I'harlton ? 'iiar!- s Hi ?.' of l lobokcn, - 1 .?? at Old Bl idT^e -4 HI |,i,i n? d three ?-as am?ong the wltn? George \V, Tievoe. of BpOttSWOOd, S SOU ill-law of Herbert Appleby, the Insurance agcr.t a-lio a rote most of the Old Bridge policies, ?ill ho called to-morrow An?other witne ?? Is ?;eor(?e H, ?fblttlck. the auditor ?>f the Raritan River Rsllrosd nnd a relative to the Ai ; ?-. marriage. SAYS REPORT IS HELD BACK Therefore Equitable Continues to Retain Durland Insurance. Owing to the Inability of representa?:ve? of the Equitable Life |<ssursnce Bodety to obtain x~e official report off ?h? medlcsl examiner In Rost?.,, regarding the death of Tf. KeiWiirjr Ibirland. the ?writer and sociologist, v ho filed 1n that city 00 No* vemher 10 fron* oyanlds poisoning, the In? vestigation b"ln?i i-f)nd'ic?ed by the society waj, got completed yssterdsy a? expected In ?he nieant'ni? ?ho payment <,f the I policy ?-arried by ?Durland In the FSqultable In favor of bis ?a?iIo-a-, Genevi?ve Orevllle Durlaad, Is being held up pending further Investigation. ???raid F Br?ophy, Of ?h- *-"<y-i'ahl?'? claim Investigation bureau. Issued the fol? lowing atatement yesterday ait.er a conf?r? ence with Alaaander A Oreen, oonnsel for the Insurance, company: The F?*, itabl? Life ASSUfenOS f-ocietv ban been unable to complete its Investiga? tion with ?regard to the Durland policy, ?or ,he reason that it ha." up to this ,1m? been unable to secure an Inspectton "f the of Oclal report of the medical examinar in Boston. This report Is understood to have leen tiled soveral days ago. ,nd Is an to be a publie dornnient 'fn to publh' hi fiprctlnn The effort!" of the ?iOciet\'s r"pre. sematives ,o see. jr. h'.-*-ever, for some reason, have been unsuccessful. A Well-Known Physician Once taitl: "If. n-hen r?*>f1 ?drink. ?hey would Mick to ****sfake sad -. j-o.,t| mm-rai water, they'd be bett?r oft " Sensible. t'n? ! T'y H ami let, *\n'l |e* g| lagged "Watchman," in th- Non ? refillabie Rottl- ? the BMMt whol?*eome ?tVus'.*??? ",' the use, [I OOOiei tO xori "?/ ?*%?? tvery iriak uudta IJe Vide <?,, W&?cl\m&.\ W Kuk^ (/at AV'l rtjltloott Pe'tlr,} A' Ltm??itf Clnh, ffetei .<??', R'-'rurnul , Ofld J>"1 tt ' BUILDING FALLS; FOUR DEAD Concreto Structure Collapses. Burying Workmen. ! Under the glare ef ind flrei ? fsi | for 1 of fonr |. ? n ?g? ol -' ' roncr. * | ? ? psed to-ds* ;.t nOOl x? .?rkt?' n and || one The contract? owing to I ?? rather the coa ? ..d not ?et proper!; . MAY LOSE TWO HUSBANDS Suing Her First, Second Makes Her Defendant. Mr?. Anna liait tiM hied a1? i * I Buprem? Court for a dlvorc? f om hi band, Mas ilsi t, alleging that living with another -?oman in ?great ??? rrtreet who poses s M- Hart "i'v ? - xx rre mar led In lt*2, and Mr? Fla-t ?*v< bet husband deserted her In UN N?w comes Hans QoetUch, t sad sski ? <-. - ?reme Court tn ar.nui his msrrtsge to Mrs, Amu rjoettlch, ?xxhom h? me led in 1VM. His action I* based on th? a I'-ea tjen that *Ahen h? married 1rs Srifs was already the vxif? of Ma?A- Hart th? action b-tn*; the de? fendant in the second After Hart teen llvlns apart from his wt'e foi tan xear.i she to..k :? re-end busband. t?Hh the pnnsible result that seen ?he arttl he ait**> OUt any hu ?1 SUNDAY'S NEW-YORK TRIBUNE Mailed anywhere in the United States for $2.50 a year. Dr. Lyon's PERFECT Tooth Powder cleanses, preserves and beau? tifies the teeth and imparts purity and fragrance to the oreath. Mothers should teach the Iit.le ones its daily use. The Fiai ?-.ir which ?wor. the World's "Record and Grand ?Prig at S-uanr-ali las? week, to be shonrti at m , .,-,?; xhis is the fW-hors-ffiKywer rar driven a?- Savannah Igst week by David I. Brace-Broirti 41?? miles al .in average of 74.45 miles an h-our. If won a world record and the International gold rap. 'I he car ?ten ihip-ped back to New Vork, cleaned up a bit, *?**?* *'"w v'"' '????> ?*"? '*-? -*,!r!'* a*""- ?till bol _ ... . perlative ?speed, in the Wanamaker Apparel Shops, S'inth ?reel entrance, Main floor, Bi Iding. Thought We Wouldn't Have to Gable for More English Rcdleaf Topcoats for Men But though we ordered these London street coats and ulsters in thousand lots, and despite the fact that they are being imitated all over New York, we discovered recently that more would be needed. And so, in r?ponse to our cable, Off Ship Has Just Come Another Consignment of Rcdleaf Double-breasted Aintree Coals Most popular of all our London-made importations of REDLEAF coats. Rich, rough Shetlands and friezes and tweeds, in a wealth and a warmth o\ color, it goes right home to the mar. who beholds them. Fashioned along exclusive lines?in every sense different coats. Whole Family of London l Isters and Street Coats from Single?breasted Chesterfields to Double-breasted Guards Is to be found in our Burlington Arcade and Motor Wear Shops. Lach bears the REDLEAF label, which speaks of exclusive ncss. We get these coals direct from the English makers?no meddling of middlemen. These are the coats New York is trying to copy. But what a funny foozle is being made of it. $32 tO $50. ";,! N|""" Weg. Shop?, Mail floor, "" ''" Buildini JOHN WANAMAKER Pormerly A. t. Stewart a ?b., Broadway, Fourth Avenue, Eighth to Tenth Street.