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PEACE NEGOTIATIONS Sir E. Grey Wclcomes Balkan and'Turkish Delegates to Conference at St. James's Palace. London. OUTLOOK NOT FAVORABLE 8uagestion Made That United States. as the Only Really Dis interested Great Power, Should Undertake Mediation. [, i.. Tha plentpotaatla leratkm tho between Turkey nd trr Ba k?n Btatefl nal to-day la ? Ja?. Thej adjoarned ' r]v hi the aftei ? having ? ' The Turkish rn<1 Bulgariai had aaetbcr i M a* ? ?'c,oc*< '" ;1"' ' ' ' mhich li I* kmhmoi It l? r<rnr,"! tli'""-!: Berlin thnt the p-^lftr. r iu COUIICll hftVP i\o rtfH. m ?''?'?' ' '" Rtwalan and prpnch tdvi T*~l? Genu PEARLS The mc*t cnaste and deli ratc of aii gem$, matchleu (or their exquuile beauty. We art* now ghowing new and exclusive creationi that are appropriate Christmas Gifts appeaimg to BOM ol taste and cuiture. TECLA NEW YORK PARIS 596 Ffch knmm KJ Rce dr I. Pn ION. BERUN 70!d Bond .-;r--' I^L-.'erd-nL-oden g Pr?>?d?;->.i. W?ImI *- ? ".'whin-cfi F -t ?? . i Lo.-uil at I 0111 Ih -\ . ? n ?> ? * V ?_*? 2 V_rnthnrrvr...? NO OTHER BRANCHKS OR AGF.NT; a?? ii? **?! ??ii?flia ini ???? ii**fii MARLEY COLLAR aUETT PEAEODY & CO. TROY N.Y Fine Watches Diamonds Rich Gold Jewelry cckbrated Collar Button "THE BENEDICT" ?..nd?-rlulli Impi.u'd M? P wmmm * SET OF FOUR MAKES AN ACCEPTABLI hRF.SF.NT BENEDICT BROTHERS ?^oadaa) and Fulton St. SIOC VIE* ? StfQt 18181 BUY DIRECT FROM MANUFACTURER SPECUI. HOLIDAV SALE LUTHEP MflOSamVi ictwret a* *t*>TO506s?vTNG fannteedGeru "Je Finest Quality Cowhide Bag, v?lue $6.00 Special *- , Sale Price 52.73 '?-ItM-h-1 ||- ( ul S*W Solid Rack Aluminuin Facer] Military Hair lirusli "; special .$ -98 So.OO T e ? Pie c Mani curing Set. imported fit t.iiRS, spe $3.95 $2.50 Seal Hand B a r, *?h If.ck frame; special.$1.25 aig Value*?at Big Mvingt D. A. DOYLE t ___. ? M?rtufartur?jr itTaT n?'",? ial 9th too. uSFaS- ?** ??'' *?*?*** ? >?./.<>. on th.' Adrlatlc, and that the ?an Premier, M. Pai in- h la ? ? to I.ondon in eonnectlon with thl terminatlon. Thla r-t-, -t-- haa "?ii, d bul thi r. are ii dicatloi in ih, .uatro-Bei vlan diffl cultj. The Auatrlan Binpcrui la ere arlth remarhliiK that h< waa hopeful of ?billt*. of Auatrla to carry out her Balkan procramme In lt* entlrety with? out reeort to force. Tho (oatura of the day waa the ad Of weleome delivered hy Sir Ed ward Crrey, Brltleh secretary of state I'orcign Affairs. who was elected honorary president of the otmferenc* The reaponaea of the heada of the \a rioua delegaUona Indicated a desir* 10 eaplieh the purpoee for arhlch the ?noa lo i" kng held All the deleojatea applauded Sir Bd ward Qrey'e apeeeh, ahlch earldently, iik>- hia atatamenf In the House of <-..ni!ii..!is on Wedneedaj aimed at Im partiallty. Th.' Balban delegatee, how? ever, an eeetnlngly more aatlafted with mi'.' than the Turks. In the paaaage, "ln thla way you will lay foundutions on whlch f trust will he built by true wladom and aUtteaman I abip the proaperity, morai, ecouomlc I and national. of your reanactlve COUn I tries." tbey eee a plain alluaton to tbeir ? h- j are flpht ing f tt tlie priociple of oaUonality and they are K to upbulld the morai and eCOO omle proapeiitlea of their coitetrle . while for Turkey lt is h queetloa of ? rnl demolltion. Thus they think that the Brltiah Foreign Secretary, n.,;wlthstanding his effortB at impar ' tiality, cotild not h"lp?perhapa nnoon Bdoualy?bui give a hint on whleh eide his Bympathiei Lookeri in Each Other'a Eyes. In his reply Dr. Iianeff, of the Bul gauiao delegatlon, omphaelaed sir Bd? i ward s uttorance arhen he said thal tbe would work "to Inaure ? th* Balkan Bl troubled la tho .ni era . lilllty i.nd progreaa' whlch i.? coatridan rthoui Tui - eaking of the flral meeting of the confi ? nt iio\ i. h. n Mon , .'? . .-aid: "Ti.-u. 11 ? . . ' ? ?.-. ?ddreased -thi U tlemt 11 Klng de to you hla weh-ome for th*> ora It ia 1 l to welcomi hla maJeat eeei garded In thla count 1 > the your in evei ?? ma ln Hl .iumps 1 trusl you wlll Bnd then II I im, 1 BKI 'ir.' ) ..ll 11 do to promote your conven ? 1 levo, Rtad .1. thia eou a im and Imparl ?.our work, nnd within the'-c room aill '"? really on neutral ground, 1. wlll be no poiitifs except Th< Hlcultlea In all neg< tli 1 wlll not mato w hat they n< ln yo ? ... ? fu Inati ucl ,011s 10 ? obler than to 1 ' iltlen ;il of 1II ru on h 1 tru-'i Wlll ' Idom lahlp th? proapi , . .,f jroui countrli "'it thal . ? ? . ? generatione 1 \\ p t ? ol . nn i"' ? and bltterneaa lantlon of the 1 ?re 1 will .sav no moM- exeepl to ' ir laak end to au thal ll ? ^r,od w 111 of ? ?Cl for w hl.h you l.a ? ??re and that by accompllah , y ou w 1 ? e n ? Tlie chlef Of 1 ... \ ? icomi and m ntimenl ed bj Bir 1 .1 ut:.in.ne the honorary preatdenc] of thi - Tln Bf hft the gallery and th^ r,;' I tlarl< ? '? of arr., Q| Um 1 ' thi ? bairmaaahip, the dur. . the larig gi The first encountei betareen the alllea and the Turks wlll begin to-iiiorr.A A eUniaa aill be reached when boi Bldee exchange tbefa reepectlve propo sittons, for thi :. ol pea< ?. 1 b< tTrm i f the allh - t-Ti The immedlate aurrender of the Turki.h fortreiaea of Scutarl, Adrianopie and Ya . nma. to the garnsont of which full mlll ta'v honora wdl be granted; The evacuatlon of Eastern Europe by 1 Turkey a. far aa Eaat Tchataldja to a I hnr to be dehmlted on the epot. The ceaaion to Greece ot all the Aegean ' Islandt. _? The annexatfon of Crete to Greece. Tha payment by Turkey of a war In ae^iriity and of tne exoen.es Incurred by the alhe* on account of the Turklah pria I oners. The alliee in return are prepared to ' grant. Complete amneaty tc the Muunlman nooulatlon In the terrltorles they anr.ex for any aeta of hoatlllty during the war. The return of all j-rlao-er*. The recognltion of the aplrltual eover elanty of the Sultan over Ottoman? be comlna aublects ot the Balkan Statea, and the free admlnletratlon by the Muaaul mans of their ploua foundatlont in Ihe Balkana. To these condltlons has now been added the taking over by the Balkan States of that part of tho Ottoman public d.ht rorrcspondirig to the ter .ritories which they aiinex unless ih Ipowen eontroUtng the Ottotaan ttiiiow them to dednoi Ibal p.<rt from '? the war indemiiity hnpOOOd upon Tjr Way, which would thus remala tbe only debtor. Terma Formulated by Turkey. Tbe teraaa formulntad b; Turbej have baan kepl aecrat, bul ll '"a ??? ,. Rood authority that ? tndude the ret_imeiation by hoth sides ;,?? nny money trar.sa.tion nnder ih^ ,,f mdetnnlty or otherwlae. eaoept the taking over by the Balban Bl l ,,, . ,,,rtion i.r tbe Ottoman pubtls properthmetely to the new terrl . ,..,ulro. They provlrh- alao Ihat thr Sultan flhal! have a reprcs.n.a Uve ln the tarrltortee paaatng to the ?illles where Ottoman COUTta ^IihII he Inatltuted for Muaaulaaan Mhjeeta Adri.mople. the hrst Turklsh eaplUl Ifl rroundlng Idrrltory ahall rcmam to T?-rt ,- The Turco-Bulgn. frontler, south nf Adrianoplo. shriH I be marked bj the Ifarttaa Rlver whlle territerj araal <>f Marltaa ? far i< Btrumi Rlver foea to Bull *a iii' 1. thua would bava the poel ?f ila, ta a hich ahe h..?- k>n ? Furthelmore, Turkey wiii daman that Balonlca, 01 ar tii< "i1 -11 a hli h. 11 la polnted oul - Bulgarlan antagontan haa arlaen ? ihn to Turkey, and, togatber artta Monaatlr and Bcutatri and tbi the (Jistri.-ts. ?hall fOTTfl ' ?tl??m U rltor* flurroundlng Albai Benrli i? to bava Uikub, Prlattna. Mitrovltza and part of thfl Banjah of NoTlpasar, tha remaininc parl poing to Montanegro To Bulgaria _ concaded the island of Thasos. hut Turkey ilaims po?aa slon of the Other Inlands in the ASgean, Includtna Pamothrnfp, fmbroa, Lamnoa and Mitylono, togdther with thOM now ocrtipiod hy Italy, btfante the latter belong to Aalatii Turkey. Hut the ad mlniatratlon at C^matantlnopla piedgi ItaeU ta obtata from England, Ru-si.i, FYance and italy. the four protectlvfl powefi in Crate, thair coiua nt that this laland ihall ho annexed to Qreece. Delegates Far Apart. Tliosr torms would glve the aliiofl four-flfthi of thr t^rritor- arhlch h few areeka ago waa European Turkey. but, notwithatandlng irhal wotm* to be a jrreat conceofdon, fl corapartaon of terma of the alliea arlth those of Turkry i.? sufTi i.'iit to show the im m guM ?eparattag them. Even admltttag that many onn''o* ?ion^ nro made on both flldea, an ultl mate underatandtng appaara eztremely dlfflcull BeeanM of thla tho tdea of medlatlon tais been put forwanL All thi delegatea, howerar, declare em phatleally that they know nothlnsr abOUl niediution. and that lt ls ex traneoUfl to their mKsion here. whlch li limitod to tho negotlatlon of pi wlthout even tha power of eoncludlng lt. For the ronrlusion of peare elthor they or others moal racatve the au* t ihorization of their raapactlva ga ! ments. The delegatea rllri not rofu?e to di= the queatlon unofBclally, and re marked that it would h? Impoaelblefor Ruaalfl or Austria to medlati ? both of theae powera aro too int< tho aettlemi rti one way or am nor could Qermany, >?? bound to Aufltria; nor eouM Italy, be '? of the recenl war between try and Turkey. Thi 10 onl ; ?d England and Fraro ? whlch might be aeeeptabb te I ? th p ? . ? tlon might fl ? ? ?! Ai'lii;. it a., 1 otnted onl thal power ? and impartial la the Unlted Bl and that if it WCTM PO il Bomethlna of th< Uon whlch in l!M'"' ied to thi P< mouth 1 'onfen ? the roncl ? ..' peace beta 'i;in n \ghl lead to actual medl Thu-- would TK.t be the flral time lhat ? n on the parl of thi naadi Itaelf fell ta . erning Turkej Unofl tion bj tha Dnlted Bl ndenl efFed in tho Tm t June the Amet 1, Rome, Thomaa -T. 0*Bi aftor an underatand Premier, notitiod tht Ami tantlnople, v u R blll, of thi 1.' Ital: . whl< I in the treaty of Lauaa tmbaaaador R01 khill repn 1 ountry wlthoui terrltor I, the ' "''.man Emplre the maln Inatrinnenl In convlnclng thi Porte of tin- uaelet 1 m<1 and th< adl laablllt* of roi v. 1 r *? 1 Ital; ? The negotial ougM Ambaaaadorfl O'Bi khlil ? ? .1 ?.o far thal "ii 0 Taft instru- ted tl ? able to proffei the 1 t!i<- I ? ? tlement of thr . Ambaaaadi Wheeiei B< ? Pn in -1 ' ilolllI.. " < iatin^ the fi would i" unabli to . 1, 1 r.i.'ll- all] TAFT MIGHT MEDIATE But Not Unless All Partiei Con cerned So Desired. *> l in regard ti ? , roBJ London 1 bal thi ' 1 Iti d Bl tor tn thi neaotlatlon betwi en thi aad thi 'i nrkl to bring about a aattlamenl of thi war, ? ? I Pf j',. .,11 to Intervew ?? ?., the txattoi uigniffc <i thal ii" l ",! ,,,!: i nlt< .1 Btatea would I ? I 1 ,,,; onditlonfl it ii bi 11* ? d tbal ? ,Ul,|. ; tbl tl mi Ol tbl rfagU* '?'"' n:i..n. , . . ? ( ntted Btati - b a part) tr, | |. 1.1 tO tll< ' ' llng pirtii h .'?...-. probably th< ? .1 to London a ?pecial <??iiiinii--Mon- r >.f hlgh rank " ho would trj o> learn tbe raaxlmum and mlnimum demand oi ? ?.ii -? GREEKS HOLD NARROW SEA Naval Engagement at Southern End of Dardanelles Londoti Dee II -A mvri Qnol and Turkl h n. ? ta ??<? ? I,,- between tl* Q irdan ll< ? H,?i imbro 1 laad it taeted roi om aad .,n. -half bauri an.l tbe damagi done I.. Iiiolll. UlillK.ll ti,. oflhrlal report from tb? 1 nrkl h and Oreeb towuMUidan *w thal thi Turki-ii warshlp li rt th? Dard . cioek In the BM>rnlug. Thi Bght begaa al ?* ^v>'i,' ;-h,r ifl cannooad* ?,- tbe Turka, wbo throughoul bad ie* malned under thfl protecl.? the ferta, ,.nr. .1 within the Dardaw Th. Turka rtahJi lo i>^- flilenced tw ?f tho arnawad erui-wi '?" ? tv< rof. bul tho <;>??! a-? I atati l 1 onij ttn mon ware wonndfld Tb wl ??'? , p.,.,.1 m the vlcinlt* untll ,',,. ,? the aft.rn.M.n. w h.n Turltish Ae* uroyort eageared agata. btH iiutcklj re*. Ured puraued trj Orea* daatroyai "% -rurhish commander autkaa no mentior. of f.MI, Oul bli fladaa taint-d DO demflg4 ? 1 I HT T IN NEW DISTRICT ' r.nflniiPd from Hrat p??e. tbereafter by Qrady and two other po Bhobel, with a WOmaa -.ho was sa'.d t.. have been a witness of the at? tempted grafttng, went to Pollee Head quartera yeoterday morning, after hav? lng vi.-it^d tbe Instrict Attorney's Offloa He had heen convicted of maln laiiimg h disorderly house, ln Pj-erial Beoeiona, on P* wnber !?. and was finori His pla-'e in Wt street emhraced ? nttre bouaea, and althoogh the polioemen did not g<n into the boama to u> t their ev latani Diatrlct Attorney Jamee K. Bmlth, who prosa cuted the eaat obtained a conviction. The pollcemeu were ahle tO testify as to Obeervatlona of the Shobel estab- j lishmentp running from June 10 to OctOber IM, during whlch time they rved numeroua women cnterine: tbe houae arlth dlfferent men nt dlft'erent tlmea The policemen t.-stified they had Informed Bhobel of the ebara ? women lodgera. Conviction^ Made Easier. In his defence, Bhobel advanced noth? ing whatever about any police demand for graft, hut he aald yeeterday that thr.. re he araa arreeted,.on OctOber _!-. O'Qrady came to him nnd told him be would ht erreeted unleaa be "".mie acroae*1 with. $'<". The de mand was later reduced to 928. Shnh.M said, but h>' refueed to pay, and was nrreeted within three days. Tbe aame method of procedure under wblcb shobei was convicted wil! be in . noe in tl.e . laat the Hotel I.ineoin. Which is get for to-morrow. The Diatrtd Attorney will have a . of wline.sses, busiivsi men and tt dents of tlie mlghborhood, who wlll i to the, gen.-rai character of . |a< e and tt.? patrons. OonvSl ' on this kind of teatlmony, I tofore Impoeaible, h rtaln enl ruling oi l ib tricl Attorm .-??? ?? ,',i by Bi ; ?? le Ul ruling terd ? ? : ? 1 which i" rhood ? neral ? ? the ald <<f tbe ? ..ing lo wa the evl* ? ,? ii??. I - ? the Rivei I ? ? ? ? ... ? ? ? ? w I th la Plamdothes Men Apam Plouriih. Th* ? ommitu ? ?? ? ihe methi ih.- ? ? ?n t" " ? i ll.' I . the plalnclotl ^ ho i,,,,i i ... i, from llme Immemorlal the ? iin 'in, M . belloved a part n ? ible for the ? I : | II, ? -I by m I,.?rder the wen wi m ii. tak. up the i - : tiv, .. ii- utem ' ? an.i lh. enm | ? ?.-... i i.i ' handllng the problem "? ? i thi aldei ? ?? er v'-'?? ' want to know Jual arhal ? a< lt - ,,, .... iblem and Jual h of theii ' ing. That i ,|i.- on . ? an Ha n i onadbll .', and alao tln ? ' .. rt..in whi -i ? thi method oa tha tion of < '""' tbat I fault" Mr. I ? ?? with < ? ? . ? ., i m hich Beema lo have gom through ii, ,,|,-,, ?? ? ? the i" ginnlng ?f ' thi Inquiry. The Mayor ani \ii Bucknei i.,,th aaaun d luni thal hi ?? ould b I , ume to invthtng he waoti d ln thi latlon it H ?? ?.I yen thlng wi . GOING TO HAVE A rS? Tliere are some wlio won't, unles? you hrlp. 7 hev're in tenements or worsc. Have you gol time to visit thrm and learn what'll help most? Our visitors and nurses will do it for you, and Wr'll teli you wht you hel|>ed and hou . l.-l"--| ??lm? Minlnrn, i . ? KM \oKK IMOCtATMMt l??lt IMJHMWT' im. iiii i iimii iiitv or im E POOR. i. iu.u?N CUTTIMO. PraaMaal prnvid.-d onlj- that we avo ahlo to ask iliy. which is a ver ferent matter frn:n gettlng 'amythlng ? vvnnt.' Nothing la rolunteered to ou- it Polii e Headquar tho most Innoi enl ii ipeelfli ally demand i or document ?notl red* method hav.- . i- becauai oi ? -; ? order from Commleeloner Waldo I dquartera ataff, to that effed it doos noi prevenl ns from gettinc: ln formatloa?lt eimply delaya and barn pers ?: Fosdick To Be Witnete. T.nvmond f. Poodlck, fomaer Commis nlon^r of Aeeoamta arill prohahly he ot>? of th*- nrxt wltneeses heard hy th<* <"urran committee, and hl? testlmony wlll deal with the routloe methoda of pobea mlahrtratJon witii roopoct to vice as he found lt whan he made an oftVial thoue-h rather baaty examination of the depart? ment. ii*- wlll also ropoat somn of the storlrs jrathTod hy hls men at Coney Isl iind in IM, when Aetlng Ifatyor .lohn F'ur roy Mlt ibel t""k st. ps to rh^rk police graft on etee of his later mv.adgathma late P DcrpaUtmenl affairs. lt le said that Mr. Fosdick wlll inform the commlttn ? I tha Bheptleal receptloa aceorded hy Com* mlealonar Waldo to his (Foedtek'-Q story Of craftinp hy BOCheT. Mr Fosdlck has also eonf^rr^d with th Dietrlet Attoreey eoneerntng tne gsneral by pollea on ?iis.,r lerly bouaea Mr. v nothing foi granted la hl haa t>" ? ii aendlng oui Investlgatora to run down aii poaaible lnformatlon hefore t,<k liifr ar ? tha nwtter before i William J. It'irn- an.i Wllllatn Sheridan, private detOCtlvea bave i-">ih been eagaged ln parta of thla work, it is under tood, and Mi I ? ?. ? . th tha Dtatrict !:iv. it ?. orltattvely that ? ?? atloa a hk b haa nda the Dtatrli l Attorney*e ot?ca doaa i ">t lm pUeata any hicrti police oftirtals in thisdls OTderly bouae Kraft, and lf the "ni'n r up" who ar- tli- Mg laenoActarlca of this graft are tinally expoaad, it mn only L* by a proceea of plnnlng tha ra sponslhillty and tha fi ment on one man after another. BtarttOg with the oolleetora arho, la r-1" arr- not *>v#-n connert._ with the I'ollco Departtati nt. FOR CENTENARY OF PEACE Anglo-American Fetes in Britain Will Be Nation-Widc. London, I;" ? l. the in".? menl atlng one hon .!t?.: th the Ui ?i a attmulua ? ln th< in Important ;" l thal the ol the Bt I .mme for thr m a ill be lald ? aftemoon at the Maneion Hou i The Mriti i -i imltti i i obleoeo i Influence in vartous wall mln lave ? ? ind of al . hur I mui Journal len ? - ? ? ln t I.... , and tbe ; , ? pi)ii, . ith. ?"??| tbeee fern ? ? ? - . ?nd ? ommen lal life Ti,. | . ? n tl late are ea llng tl ali'l nbrt whina ommona ha ? ? t nomlnated four membera to aerve on mm m, ? Among the vice-i ? ? mem .,t thi uding Premier \ <iuith and Sir Edward ? ? Pri ind Lord Lctnadowne . ?.ald. i - :;. rburj . ;i\. biahopa ol the ? -hui ind man.. Ifuding n.'oaformlel dlvlnee, the ',' nnd Cambj . nd thi prlnclpa ii,lation.-. thi of the Ki ol tbe R ? it.. pn aidenl o ihe R ? .i , i . pr< i,i '.i of the Eto) nl . ...,.? aud Lord Pro nd promlnenl i.ai,,.- i alloi ?< laa > era, ex : ? a|, Lalna of Induatry, thua mahlng uo a . 'ii, h has pi ,,o alied. 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