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Germany Backinn Porte. Hop
ing to Improve Diplomatic
and Military Strength
ln Conference.
COUNTER PROPOSALS SENT
Turks Expect to Retake Whole
of Torritory Lost?Said to
Crrir* Crete to Greeee
nnd Novipazar to
Servia.
?
i -. > Ai - ordltif lo Infor
?.i hich - oinea frbm a apea Ial
i i i 'onatant Inople, the - ar is
i. - ommence ahoi tlj The
?oi over then panii aml.
i hanka to QenBan encoutagflmeni an
[.,.pared to take on the allli 1 for an*
ind.
? . lhal ' '?? rman
g gunnera 01 the Turk
Brahlpe n la ? atlll mora open
il 1 ;-^i 111,111 offlcera o\ erhauli d
? 11 . ,.; T hataldja, re*
? . |,..-.,; . . . ?
ati i!'
..",. rn
... , it li
\?, . ipei u en
allli
inde to reueon thal
?4 itn ngth ol tha alliea li ver; aerl
.t-.-- dlpli it--, nnd mill
? ?-,ti..n >.f Germana. a iti iin.1 lt
? ? apondlngl; lm.?? ed ?? -
11 the flnal - onfi ren.
. are behaaInn aa I
ihe) ? an
arith , onl - ? 1 ahlng
kvl -11 the lat
attempi u la< k ihem al
aldja, afti I ounl on i
g thi ? ? -i i- onqua rtna. ;
? ,.., of the ?".-' ierrlt.01 >
I || s:at< 0 un ia'-lf aot h..r
, 1 011 the rei
;....., .. Pa. ha w il! j
:. ? - vIth thi all ea
1
i-i intei ? .- , h : .
,:...- , ? ? ? ? - an
to 1 l_geai tea 1 'rate iu be
. | ?..,,. ? S,, , in- K ??' N'o-. .- ?
..ai to ? aurrendi red i< S<
Viietrta aam-l ona It, Maa-edonia and A
0 to furn ? -I.--H1-- - pro* lm ea
-1 . - leraintj of thi
-...-.. :? ? ? .' ? ihi
otiiiol of th, powers, Adrlanople un-j
,1. mntaiK ea 1 ?* aui ren .
? red; the allli 1 musi ahan lha ? Uto :
an oVjI
-? ntinople 1 *??? **??* '' * Porte .
lo-daj ...i' |i ? pha -i lo R*s< had .'?<? I
don - ounti ? ropoaala as de
I he ? "i-ii' II of Mlnlatara
. 1 -.,,. 1 t,. t -. of the propoaala haa
noi heen rflvealed, bul the offlclal vlew
? t >ituati<m is stlll bopeful.
?'? Turklah preaa la unanlmoua ln
,1 Ing that : he allli b' ? ondillona
,,,,, . and 'hat tbe TurklBh
latea a*ere nol aenl to LoBdon lo
1 .-mmil Hui' Mb
The Porte has ropeated to <h> powera
dfltaaad made b month :.?., foi
?a roaauiar laquiry raapflcting the
ttel I flffed 10 have 1-" -n .I*
mittf-i ?-. tt.- Bllk b in the oa c iplad
rtea
rhe Bu*#artan Q?eral ivanofi ar*
la CoiiHtanllnoiilo recently. He
haa - ad feveral interviews with Kiamil
Pa. ha, the Urand Vizier.
D,?cutfl Rumanifl'fl D?mBnd?.
M MtflhU, the new Rumanian Mla
later, airlvad Lfl London last night. lle
han fiii interview with Dr. lmneff.- bflfld
? ?f th" Kulgarian peace delexation. at
arhieh Ruaaaala'a daaaflBda for eoaapan*
BBtlon am) the relationa between Ru
mania and Bulgaria nre naid to have
? rUacuaaad in a frteardly spuu.
The ViemiH .-orreapondeni Olt "Thfl
TlBMfl Bflya that. although < hiistmas
? was gi\et, to aoaafl oi Uaa ro*
flervtai oAcera, Ihflflfl haa hafla n" slaik
aauaaj ,.f ihe military prerautiuns.
\ BalOBloa dtepatch 10 "Tha Ttaaoa
that in view of the determine.i
Btead the Turka are makinn at Janina
9 fo!iith (Jreek division if* BOfl" emhark
Bg f oi Preveza
A dtapBtoh tO "Tha Tirnes from loti
ttaople aaya thal further <ontin
?ents of TurklBh troop* from the Black
provtacafl have 9-Ttved at the Dar*
danellefl, where more than fortv thou
are ao*a eoacaflttfalad.
Ai ordlag lo UM latest information
DJavM PachJ and his whole staff were
kille<l by Bhrapnol during an attaek hy
thfl Turks oa the Hellenh- iK.sition east
of Gorllia about Darrceraber M
Flght Ing rOBtlBBOfl lfl the Janina dlfl*
trl t
\ gi p,;. raburg dtapatch to "The
i-. ,\i,,,r u^?. "Accordtag to ro
? ,i,i..t-m.ili.,ti Auatrla has lie- i.leil
'" diM'ontinue hei military prflpara
,-m.i dlaband her loaervlata
1.ion. ii,,. 2ft. Th,- expedltlon
arith ahk-h the Turklflh government
- - - ided on counter poace propoaala
mpttoa thnt ti,.-- win
11. vlde from arhflt are likely 10
aventual terma of lha pawace
: -nt a.v w,-ie the deenanda ot the
.1 thal there atlll M a pro
?aaged proceaa ,-f bargalBtag to be now
through befora the coBferaBce 1* andod
tustria'a failure tO ilem obtliM, hOW*
- ?'. .a a graotoi flourca of dlflatiutetuda
t< all . ,,n. . rni-.l than the taflfl of Bl -
raagtafl peaee. This _ more eapoelallyl
lha ? aaa aith the Montoneeji ln deteflratae
arha t>. dn\ arere coiieklerably e?clt4sd j
-?? et ihe rumor thal noi thal Auatrl*
haa obtahflod arhal sh< araata trom Ber
vU. Bhe niehu e.th-1 te peavflBl
t
LITTLE CHILDREN OF TIIE RICH FROLIC IX THE SNOW.
A line-upol snowballers in Central Park lefl lo right: Rose Auchincloss, Adam Batchetter, Phyllia Batcheller, D'Alse
li li tind i ,i\ i'i irstoiie NV( Ich.
Montenegro 11.>m taking S< utari, b) ln
? ..i |...iuiiiiK 'i ii. Ubania ..I i" maki
ii- Montenegiin uccupation of Dcutari
ii-..- prici ..; .\uatilan "< i upallon ...
M. nin Lowehen. This mount, whlch
riaea lo .1 heighl "f aboul "?.flCliJ !??
Hlmoel |..i |i?'iiiiu niai i -. dominatea ti'
. iulf ..i ?'attaro, 1 lu m eateal A
?tronghold ln tbi Adi latli 1-.
1H.\\ Mclit.liCK!". B'ltll ll* IJillt' 1
Mount Lowehen. lomraanda thi K"if
.M. Miyuakovltcli haa declared i.. all
the Ambaaaaduri lhal Montenefru
a i.i rather i" - *t< i mlnated than
> i-.-i.i Lub ehen oi ii noum t E
il" aald "ll la naturall) abaurd lo
apeak v.r declarini wai agalnat Aua*
Irla bul 11 Vienna I....I .ni. mii ii i'l.
lenaiona ahi B'ould havi '... wl].,i
??'.? i . aoul .ii Montenei u I, m -.
wi.ui.i bc liieie aword In band, and i
. tnj life ?!? ai I) ?
A noa * ageni. dlapat. li from i 'on*
Mantlnople ...ri. lo-daj reported lhal
.... otflvera un leave from Ihe Tchat*
,ii.ii,i llnea had i.n revalled i" their
refhnentn. The ordei waa i"i their
? ' ? lil IV -Iil -foUl hniifs. 1
RIOTING IN PORTUGAL
Calling- Back of Conservative
Chief Starts Trouble
- "ii v i.i li.f i'lonti. r. I"-. tt.. Th?
rdtual "ii ..'.- na (tora thi di .. ?
lock .,f ti.. ConeervaUvei and Dei
. ini '. .? ?'.'!. -? i v .ii.. ?
? i. rnent pn donrrinatei ln Ihe ' 'abinet,
o bile i . ..i . bail ?., - - raembei i <>. thi
tugueee p_u liami nt ara Deroo
Both partiea are endeavoring i" organlze
?i i .n.j. d'etat
The t 'onaervatlve i hi< i. l >i
?'?* haatll) xummoned bai-k from Bwit
aerland and iii arrlval ..>'.? waa made
onatei demonati atlon
? tt thi ,'.. ' ? i Uie ' onaei rativi s. Tha
Democrati replled wtth an equall) Lonpoa
bunter deraonatrmtlon
? governroe.it, alarmed _t tha poaal
.?iin. of troubli ' ii i -ii ..ia .... avallable
.i troopi a- ^.'..n ..?tbe ataami i
I. "..ii?! . hi. i, ,\ meida a.i^ ? i>.< ?
wa> docked tht .? araa ;. tremendoua up
roar ut cheora ami groaaa, uii'i the iie.ni>>
crata m.i.it* a determined iu.-h with tii?4
otojeet ni capturing tiie leader ol tha rlval
I'Hi ty.
I ? ??? ilai n"i > ns .i .j T.i Almeida waa
extrlcated from hla periloua pubiiion b>
cavalry, whleh charged through th?- mob,
and he waa sent in ms home in an auto
anobila under mllitary teeort The batu*"<i
Denocrata para*!..] th? atreoia for many
hours. 'J'he tTOOBB hre k*|.i OOOBtantly
USder arma a* impornuit liMpptrniiiKs u'e
likt-1 >? Ht anj mometit.
TAFT QUITSU.S. TERRITORY
Attends Bail Given by President
Porras?InBpects the Canal.
tt'itt'iim Dm ?'> Tbe Preeidont of tha
l'nlted staii-ji apeat pdii <>( Chrtataiaa
outetde ofgUaited stat?s terrttoo Ha
aitemipd tha hall glven in iii-t honor
thie evenlng by Prealdent Porraa, and
tniN fuaetioo waa held m the Natfooal
Tbeatra hi i'Miinmn. ii w.i.v therefore,
neceeaery for Preatdent Tafl lo leave the
llmlti "i tha Caaal Zone In order i"
fulfll Ihs * mgagemi nt
Tha atreeta of the capital *.< re crowded
aml tha buildlnga wera gayly deoarated.
Red >iiiiit"<i Bremen guardlng tha mute
ovei whlch the PreaidenUal party paaaed
imifie th. si ii'.- h pictureaque on.'
The menihi rs of th.' diplomatic OOrpa,
tba caaal ofHciala, iii?- Cabinet mlnlatera
and ofBclala <.f the r..y,i\,.,t wera prea
tat irni unit'.i m gtvtai Prealdanl Taft
h iiHity recaptton, Tha Preeldent danced
?'ih leftora Porra.
ChrlaUnaa Day was npenl by the I'resi
.i.i.i largely i" an Inapectlon of the */a
oo* ? anal worka
ln tbi forenoon hi Inapected the central
ami fa.iii. iiivi'i"!..- ol ll ? Panama
' iii.-il. th-- I'nl.hr.i 'it iri'l tha foitifH-a
ii..ns .it the Padlle end "f the ..mai At
Chriatmai dlnnei he araa a t:1:.--" of Per*
dval H i. kmat Ican Mlnlater
Chriatmai itreetlnaa b) cabli werl re
oi iv.'ii by* the Preeldent fr"in many
frienda In the Unlted Btatea
- o-1?
GREEKS SEEK SANITATION
Effcctive Measures Being Taken at
Salonica?Hospitals Opened.
s.i.uiu,. l .?<? % The Oreeha hari now i
adopted ? if." tlea bh aa ire t.. Inavra
proper aanlt.n ef Ihe eil Ml t maaa .
,.r Infectloui and coatagiooa dlaaaaM are
reported t<? lha aothorHlea an.i hoepltala
,,,, tl?. Hr, of tbaaa patleata baee i>een
opened
?1'ir ?nl.'i BUpPl) an.i rn.lliioil'al BoaV* '
rnging ? tema an being reorgaalaad an.i|
on ettenalt ? naedk il wnriee h <s '.ren .ir
i .. ig .i
K1C11AKD '? * -
US M PARTY
mm in towm
. ..111,11... i t'
ii lir.l (HM ?
eame -?"? tot than "t a Blgnal, bun
dreda of alectrk iiKhu Baahed oul from
u,,. arreatha and maaaai of graonerj
that covered the aralla Of coui ?
tie, wan covered arith llfhu, and tha
kueis **8. P. i'- *'? a*era outllned
agalnal i bai kfro md of bolly on one
waii. oh, aad there waa mkrtletoe
ha**g*?*g f""u ihe celllng, i"... and
whal -io you thinkv Mtea Morgan an.l
Mra Auajoat Bfllasoal aad aooae >-r the
other wointn blfh ln Bpug couaclla
klaaod ?l Iflael tal V'MH ""' i*apart?a
man uader lt Hi wns Edward Kelly,
afc.-i! tWfl vt-ai- aml alfl inonlh
Great Day for Mr. KeHy
Edward, wi,,, is tha yo lafjeai Bpug,
enjoyed hlmself hnmenaely. He kdaed
he.irlilv ia ih<- tsamt- of bobbinf foif Bp
plaa, an.J proved la tba ourai ,-f II
th.ii whatevar bla thoortea maj bc on
tba folly of Indla rlmtaate glving, he Vt
rlghi there aith both baada aad both
feel uhi i, ii i "to.m to k- I li l whal be
iraata He beal Mlaa Morgan ? I bol
lOW al lhal.
They st.I, ., long douWe lla*, all
the Bpugfl and ih. ii gueota did, and the
appie was awuug between thom down
Um Un** Mra Btehnont bobbod -.t it
with ber head and mlaaed, an.l Mlaa
Morgan bobbod al II and mlaaed ,. :
ih. nnis un.i the boya and the mothi n
.,,,,, tb? . hlldron bobbed fli it and
misseii Th.-i, up roae Edward Kelly,
hoiflted by Ihe sir-.n^ ..rms ..f .m elder
Bpug, and he calml) aelaed tbe .-,-,-,
in both dlmpl. -i handi an.l t"->k ,-. h ige,
jl,|, , I.i t. ,.ut of ,t.
ton'l ihai i levei' other
Bpuga i*"i one or two "i thean won
dori -i whal would bappen lo the ? ?
livmg if Edward, when ,.> ireu --i-.
got ta on th? fin-.n- lai game
Edward waa ael down and -hat waa
lefl <>f tiu- apple handed to him The,:
ever* bodj formed in a iit.<- agi
,,,,,,, ,: th> \ ?.-! la reel, '?? mualc
played bj Mlaa i; l* Colllna, - a tha
ptaoo There waa ??< gramaphone to n -
Ueve Mlaa (?olllna ? bi gol tlred,
whlch grainaphoBe was the deltghi -,i
tba flmall boy gueata Por tholr bflneflt
II oraa Indui ed to flve a regular mustc*
ball p*rOflTrBr_ma ta the i.r*e ..f tha
ait.-rn,*oi>. an.l ro "aaclliatad were thev
',,,., nothlna hul tha % anmraacament
.,,,, u i"' ? ?'? ? i '" ',l" '"'*l """"'
. ould lead lha n awa;
[N'CLOSS W'D HIS SISTKR ROSK COASTIXG.
5LJDE ON MILLIONAIRES' ROW
Children <>; the Rich Enjoy Snow to Full-?Coastersl
Throng Other Favorite Sectiora ot Cen?
tral Park with New Sleds.
, f..! Into whlch
n ..I Park 'ltt.'
.-....' I"' .VI 1"
hlng hk. .1 thi H ?ho
ormi n.'i InaMi i ? aterday ur
. ? i,um I'i ?.?,i 1 . lat. I ' ? UP 10
..,- laat ni| ? P roadwa
,. . uppi i pai i of lha
.. . ari n dotti d wlih ?? I rheeki d boj 4
.ii.! glrla* armed arlth Christmaa aleds
u,.1 toboggana, furi I ni foi thi bollda)
inradera 1 a Int 1 icene arhlch 4-4
nemoi y ??. 1 v 1..? ma 1 n> ? Yorki 1
While thi favortt* ? 1 llng plare, oppo*
-11. . 1!. Btreet on ltn I ? lh avi ? ua alde, 1
i.i,. b 11 foi ? " aa "Miliion j
tlri -4 um.' e-aa ? k> d lo ihi 1 blldri n
ij 1 lommla low r Btoi er'i 01 d< 1 . It dld j
.1.1 laka ih- ln| ? nlo ? 1 aeekera '
ong '" lii d ??? 11 whh h ap|
?. .1 thi .11 luat a wi II
;.. :.,. 1. ih. whol- park a ? ? with
itt.-n the caki ? wen Chrl itmaay j
Each "i ti..in tn. ij were big and
mind had Banta Cla 1: on lop of it
lotnetlmce it waa Banta ln hia
Iran n b) relndeer, and >mi llmi ? li
1 .- Banta plodding along b Ith bla
mii k ..11 i.is back, and aomi 1 mea it was
lanta Dlling 1 aUx klni ill don* In
Thi ..-.-..ni waa pink,
nd 1 elloa. 1 \ 11 ? bodj h "i aa much ?>?
it- rouM ...I. and altogether Ihe llttle
ttri "8p .!:. mgt 1 elevi n, v.i... ha.i
Miik. .I clear up from Hor. treel
>" there and would have walked back
r .. Mg, w.-ii !..-.". ' B| ii-:" hadn'l
iniM'l ont nnd Im i ited on putt Ing up
-I her parl ir* ? 1 ? I the g neral '
.,., t. mai i- d, 4'. ith i" r,
nouth full "' .ni..' and a w 1 ond help- |
ce ci ".nn i" f"i. her, "Aln'l thla
... r .tt lt) ll-.li 1 ?..
There waa only ona mletaken a<>u
n the whole hilarloui aftemoon. Thal
>.as when '..I.,.' on.' ao far ;'.rK.it the
aa to io"k al Mr- Betmonl
' .-tt .1 i.i . ry "Si" ? h!
araa promptly sat upon.
"No, Indeed no apeaklng we're here
'. ? 1 ?.1 time. ' ..;,.?? let'a play '<"??'
ng i" Jeruaalem'.' ? ried Mlaa Morgan.
-? ii,,-. phiyi ,1 1*. and again Bdward
. hi. v.-.l fatii", for li?- ?"! 1" .("
naalea. *ar whataver it la ihm Um
\ inner la thal gan d ???- bj a K"-><1
an befora an\i?>.i> 1 lat,
This w.is Um artod-up of "Spug< ac
tvtUea t'.'i thi ??. Moat of th"
?Snucs" belong to ih< Va bUob Bavlng
. ,.,. gen .... 1. .. arill aon take
uaetlng paj IU n ta oi ? valnl
, bj iquada ol anzloua tiu.--.-N ., d
Bovernea aa whe Btraigbtened out tr.
Bematata of their Bboutlng cbargeai
iti arolublfl l-'reti.h und 11,-rinaii. atitl ,.- ?
il!) had lo r-.-rvi- aa fiiat ai?i In ih.
,\.rit ot accldent between tbe coesterai
.,- . aal -.-1- "i tbe pai k. from ? ? ?
Btreei up, ava.- a favorlta playground
i. ut., and lha w.-ot *.m.-. near tba -'
atreel antnmce, had a awann of chlldren
down uie aieep hill late the teonla
courta Even Ihe piaeiii Mall aad tbe
meadowi arbleb aurround H <lHim?-.l *e\ ?
era] gcorea .-f chlldren. wim "played
and , ai ap BBd doa t a'lll ilei
full ol "- ni paaaengei -
ii aa ??"' until tha Hgbta began
twtnkle along tiu- wuiki end drtvea that
tha arm) of roungatera cawld he pei
luaded to leave thi aporl in<l i,? dragged
?-,,. \-.u.i Bome of the hllla eeri worn
tiuiti- har, of inoa
tiu it **8p ig buttona off for a time and
devote theli anarglea t-. Baving up
mone] for iit?| Bummer*a varatlon
Tha membera of thbi eocietj aill havi
ii "hii; blowout" ln the aaeembl) room
,.f the Metropolltan Life Bulldtag tha
evi nlng of Janua*** 7
um the H P i' c, len't gotaf to
,ii. n arlll arteo and ahlnc aometime
he h-.ii.ia. aeaaon neal wlnter,
aad -ti additlon to refuruilBg Chrlatma
| it will have another an.l 9
larger party for the loBOflama nnd 'h
i,.ti oui on ''brlatmaa imy, Itis,
There a'ere 150 grueata ai yeaterda
party. ll araa aome w<?rk f?,r tha b
" arho ?'"' M up
?I woa here untll 11 o'ckx I - l
riighi oalling up arreathe,'' murmui
\;.. Gertrude Robineon Bmlth, ln a
ae 11,. book hands aith di pa l
(ng gui -
?i didn'l ~<> to !"?'! untll '?'? o'elock."
BBid another "Bi us
??j/- Ba -i atlll anolhoi. ' didn'l flo to
bed .''' all, can you boat that""
K'OSAW CO. INCORPORATSD
New York Pubiirhers Capitalized at
$2,000,000.
?|banj i >ee ? ~be MeOraa P ?'
liahlnfl ComflBBy. af hTe* Pork, araa In
corporated yeaterday with a capltal of
U ....... to do a goneral publtaMng bufll*
Bflfla Tha dhectora ar,
ii,r,?-it B MallaMeu, Jeeepb i. Konre,
,;,0r?.. W Elliott. Arthur lt Ollbl I
Le^aoce _ Oould. Addama ? MeAl*
N,?- N.w V.wk l-.uls W. McGraW.
Newarl*. N J John T D.M oti. Broota
lyn; Danlel 1 P?erc*, Qten ?"?>', ,
Rugenc r Roetcr aad Edward i. Ifebrea |
l,_-t irange, N J
Delayed Immigrants on the
Amerika Royally Entertained.
COMPANY FOOTS THE BILL
Crews of Vessels Now in Port
Make Merry, as Do Those
on the Rolling Deep.
* iallor*i llf< la ana ??'
Woenerat Im eot i
He ii*\ rr rolj-nm on tli" elementl
ln 1 \* fltr.hr fo. ihe maater)
Hut ?h<-n bla ?iiii' t* la ii- ? altp
ll<- lia* uieiit', .if Itme to pla!
Aad '??? ?ai^..M 'round irliw ii"' r .r, la rouaa
U i'.'n 11 ' ODMI to ' ii '? '
Bhlver my tlmbera aad blaat m ttwe*
topgatlant aall! Twaa Chrlatmaa and
ov.t Bl ber Moboken piai tha good ahlp
Amerika lay, wlih nearly a tboaaand Im* |
miKrarii.-4 on board, wbo conldn't land be
cuu.se it was a hotlday and L'ncle Bam'a
ImmigratlOB Inepectora wen od aome
where "Hiins their turkeya, with cran*
berry Baaea oa tha alde, not to mentioi
pium puddlng and, perhapa ? daah ol
i um
Ttie) were almoat there, theae Immi*
granta?almoat In tha Chrlatmaa land of
whleh tbi >? had dreamed through i
dark yeara Bul tbej weren't tpilte The
Bnowatorm held up theii vi --? tnd tbej
reached thi plei too late on Tui -.!?? I ?
h.- Inapected i 'onai qu< nti; I Iu 4 Ven
doomed t>. Btay aboard uptll to*day.
lt u.n 1 ,.i !,i . ? gtoomy pi 01 pei t. but
ih.- iin" to wiii' li the iteamer bi I.
came to tbe reseu. a Ith a real ?'hrtal n
dlnm 1. W ith hollj and mlatlet.
Ing room of Ihe Amerika 1 iteerage wai
deooratcd, ? young Chrlatmaa 1 ? vet
Inatalled In the mlddle, and courai after
? oui ? ? ol /.1 thli 1 - waa put on the
table 1 loubtli -- the un rranta would
hate "nl..' "11 it ni' ? tt havi
i>. "ii .. hi 1" ?Ith theii fi lenda and rela
tlvee, i.ut 111 nin. ... ??- out of ten lhej
?A'ouldn'l ha 1 > had 1- i< li > dlnm 1
.??HK itlOl
ll the - < ? nn."-. .11 ? ' ? ?
i, whli'li
lat a Uttla fui ther down lh< rl
? ? ? 1 . the Yuletid
?4..I1 with ? Igoi Bai (1 aection of II
bad .ts oa ii pai tlculai tree <i.
i;i ii,.i: themaelvea, and ar elght bella
the captalna of thi two reaaela made tl."
rounda to award ?t priae to ti" fini
'i .ii api earam 4- ln - a. h dlnlng n
tba itgnal for a "Hoch der Ka
tha aien and the award of the prtie a ?
greeted 1 tha ihi - band with We
Waehl am Rlilne."
1 >\-I on the Engllah and Amerl 11
the reretnonlee tm re mora flfcapte. bal I Bl
a^ , rr, ctlve, aapeetelly arllh ragard to th#
BCCOmpBBytag rellahes. The waterM''*
,Mi.->ion.H h. m aararlcea for the men in tha
Btornlag, and at nlghl a buadred <" m* re
of them gathaaod at the leamea't M ???
v.oii for an evening uf lollin atton.
A ?-?;,. doubtleaa, the rame feetlvltiea
Bi e of tha . . > ?? Bhipa afloal ara
ti--\ making the royage, B9BOBg th?*"a
betna th, Lttflttanla, arhtrti ir-rt New ^'.>ik
on *f_eoday; the Campaata, whi-i ! ft
i.n ,-t -|?.,.i leat aaturday, and tbe <. it;..
whlch lefl Bouthampton laat Thurflday,
Ihe "''I sait- along ihe ahore aaM
yeeterda) lhal la his youas da'-s the
reatlvltle* wera e*t4*aMiragad iu tho fn-..
diatribution of MejuM refreahmenta to th-.
"i'm." be added, arith .t shak,- af Ma
ireether*beateu oM hea,i. "thawa ia
ehanged No, alr; tbay daa't da M any
more."
DIED AS CHILDREN LAUGHED
Molhcr's Death Kept from Two Little
Stagc Girls at Xmas Tree.
I 11 Ti '? arapli "- Tha Till.ui,'
Kan I'i.ui.-is. ... Dac lf.?Little Uayona
.stniti^ ti. ,.-;.is ohi. aikI Ii< i -, let
\iina. t\,., yeara "ounger, were the bap*
pieal oi all the**membera ..( Tne iiosa
Maid" compnn) abo gathered aboul a
big Chrlatmaa iree ..o the ataga af tha
Columbla Theatre aftei the peifaiaaaiiia
laal night T ie) had sent to their
in Na w i <. i, i to.-. - fsei
? .-i her ui theli abeence. and all tha
.pan) arere dolnfl th<ir beat t.? help
illdi .-ii t n lo) themeela ea.
Tha Uttla glrla <ihi n..t kt.r.v* tbal
Hinton, the rnanager, bad
??-I ., telegram telllng of the ,ir>ath
ln New Vork n? arith
held from lham arhlle they
- 'bi i-tni.-,s gifte, aad
? to ed <Aithoui a thought
-.? thal araa to < oma to them
?-m
GIESON. JAIL SANTA CLAUS
Ifakflfl Christmas Gifts of Fruit to
Fellow Prisoners.
N v . i?r, _-.-, Burten ?/, GHh*
? i< ted aa Banta Claua to tha prleener*
?ii .,r t... j.ni iiot, t->
fi- purchflfled orangee, bananar, a-"i
ti u,i r-.i th- ,u through om of lli?
ji-il amployi i We prea ? ?? -i Ba rijamln
Hill, the tm nki - arith i m -era, I a-m, ptpa
-?? to ,- ? ?- ari -ii Mi - Qfbaen
? ,,, Hond
Ol on, aho la aarraltlnfl retrtel ati th*
charge of murdering i la - li^nt. Mra Mmm
iik flaabo, ra*4*elved -a number of
;., from n Latlvea and frtarads
.BtOffll mOI B) "I'let for
t f,,,. vea v,.rk to pa) a daht a
? : more years' atandlng about wht.ii
-':>.-.,!! l.a.i forgotten He lenl the money
to a frlend v.ho to-.k thi- eeeaatfla te
? ? pa) him. _
8. Altman $c (to.
WILL HOLD THIS DAY (THURSDAY)
SPECIAL SALES OF
WOMEN'S BUTTON BOOTS
and Chiffon Broadcloth
at except?ona. prices.
JFiflh Aarniu. 34tlj anit 35th ?%rrtfl, Xm $nrk.
America's Finest Train"
The number of passengers
is limited. Service is like that
of a high-class city club?un
obtrusive and personal, well
worth the extra fare.
You are a welcome guest
when traveline on the
The only extra-fare train between Chicago,
Kansas City and Los Angclcs. "Extra
fast, extra fine, extra fare."
On request will maii you a copy of
our SmU Kc de-Luxe booklct and td
you about the many exclu.ive features
of this superb traiu.
Cro < flillar.l. (ir, !.,.,:r n Ftt*. Krl-.
.177 ind I ".11 II oatiwav. Kew \'at\ Cltv.
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