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FEDERALS TRICKED
BY VILLA'S TACTICS
yie.Tales of His Wove
pents Aid His Plan
linst lorreon.
HLTRT\ FAILS rO
REINFORCE Pl \d
l \ttack Sooncr
- | \pected, and Battle
I i) Hour.
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HUERTA CLAiMS A VICTORY
Iftlarei Rebels Defeated with
Loss Near Torreon.
i -
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The
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SENATOR LEWIS IN PARIS
Will Include Several
Entertainments.
?ii the
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?al Mr
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*<>ndon Combine Against
American Meat Firms.
***don, Jan. L'I Segotlatlo
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<**a*vl
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**lr Born to Pretender to
laiporial Throne of France.
|aja ,l"
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m**W* ... Ma-- . 80, lill.
i i i ebr v en crcAK \ru \ si im \
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BRITISH LINES STAY OUT
Not in Combination Against the
Hamburg American.
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had beei
wide- ? ension on the BUb
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?hat a 1 th
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U. S. TO PUT DOWN
HAYTIAN REVOLT
The .Montana Ordered to Scene? ]
No Recognition for Rebel*
if Victorious.
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gton. Jar.. a i -
be tak*n I the -
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of l evolul non
ered 1
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The expen
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?tom.
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A inti
tbat th* a d re
and fair '
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LONDON FIGHT IN FAVOR
OF PANAMA EXPOSITION
Special Bodklct Published Bet
ting Forth Why England
Should Participatc.
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the I
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to th* '
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favwi of ??
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enl a
tlva ..'j :> ' ? '?'"""?"
FORTIFY HAWAII,
GEN. WOOD URGES
HOUSC Bill Providcs $457,000 for
a Stronp Viilitary Post to
Prntcct Canal.
Jan. B. An eatenalva aya
tnm ' ??r th" '''
... . ..,,. l8< ? ?? tha annual
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The bill *
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transfer
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LAURIER SEEKS RECORDS
^To Attack Government for Hol
' Shoe Machinery Trust Action.
;7nT
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thi ted BUte. ?
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. red ? al I
attacV on tha
taka
,' ..? actlnl otl Ihe
the companj to be
tham^naof
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ASSAULT ON GERMAN
CROWN PRINCE FAILS
Dcmcnted Tailor. Callilg Himself
Frcdcrick Williams Brother.
Overpowcred.
B?i ' ? **? '?' ? *_
Hr . ,n Prlnca Frederlck
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Jrontoftb.
rde*
a atatlon thi
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daclan
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that a an ta i
$IEGE~7^Is~IN PARIS
Cold Causcs Food to Go Up
from 50 to 600 Per Cent.
thi laal '
titoo ot s
Psrli
... ;. - cent al " a lh<
doubla
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rrom roui ? ?
teeall the
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DEVONIAN CREW MUTINIES
Union Scamcn Rcsent. Presence
of Non-Union S'npmatcs.
i ... - lutinjr I
i om*
.,-. Holyhead,
BW Wl
tl
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. ? . nlon seamen
. , and ? few
after i ' " unlon
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? on men
? i) a shore
... ?,, mn
r Btearaer
? v.'th mutinx signalfl fl)'
pollce to be nenl
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LONDON FACES BIG
UPHEAVAL OF LABOR
100.000 Sympathi/cr*; with Coal
Porters To Be Locked Oui
in Building Trade*..
B '
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out, the gem
ng 1
k to-day 180.0*4
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.- on instr '
the i
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wlth . the penall
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.... b? lie Moi
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ibor oi
iltlng
|f the
l eral aetl
? eek there s
f ei
The ? tl.e Btrike leaders wsa
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? itlon
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tney and hi ? flrm of coal
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;, oal mer r.l ? i ? . ?
exti
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lon and er-:
? have
trike. Othi
the soci* armli
e the al
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coal
t thi
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Bales*
... ng i
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LONDON'S COLDEST DAY
Sun and Still Air Fail to Bring
Rise in Temperature.
r Cabl.i heTrfl
lan. 91.-1
drop in ti.e thermometi
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a systen . ei Baat
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FIELDS LOSES COMMAND
Captain Punished for Letting
Battleship Run Aground.
i
Waa ?' '
v | , .,..mmandln*. ihe batl ?
. ihlp for cai
, ,,?,,,, in letUng the I^utalana run
? Vera Cl Bl ?? ll montha
? .,i whi* b tried . ..;
I hlsa to ih. ?
ten n t four of tha osven mei
Bed '!?"<"
I tO flV|
.,. ,t ,|f, ided to relieve hhB Bl flflajaaaai
SECRETARY WILSON
WOULD BAR HINDUS
Head of Labor Department
Proposes Army Test
for Imniigrafits.
PRESIDENT CALLS
COMMITTEE COUNCIL
Senator ki ked to Weet to Di?-cuss j
l oreign Affairs and Mex
ican Sitl alinn.
? - leni
wera
lee ??, tha
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by thi srienl
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ha* been th<
day
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thi
f thi Ih tiie
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a1
Tha .-' etai of Stati
talk about tha J
...
to thi ??;.'?? '.hat
... dd be followi '1 I * *?'''- ?* ih
? -
? ? . . \ lador for
n . onfa-rr. ? ? when
ha> arould meel tha- envoy. 11 iu belli
t the dla uaatonB, whlrh have
?bandoned for aoma tlraa and ahleh
the
recenl i pei I of tha. Japaneae Mii
<?... i . to tha Imperlal Dlet,
w Ul _oon i"- reaun ? -i
orp the
new
I
.. thnl her - ' ? - -
| ownership of lan-l
thin iha- bordei i
tallt'
wlth the i
. ? , iitry
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night.
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... ,,(? tne r? ?; ?,-. atlaa
lexlca
id at the . onf. r
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it wai sald to-daj l
ate 1
,. oe i ???-?? '?? " ??" Imml
... endlns the
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pt the con ? '
tbat a ? ' ?
?tanaounl to BUch a raq ie
p Imma-dlately on it** re
Becretai " ? eclarad to-day in hls
i.Clark that the probiem
. tle li ? '
.: -.. ata.nda.rd of admla
t es
ona not able to
lb_ p| teel red of recrull
the 1 rmy.
lf the
... u n .-' earn a llve
performlnK maniia!
-. retary, "1 see no
? ?i why 'ho atandard abould not be
to 1 - ; -int."
DETECTOGRA.PH RECORDS
OFFERING OF A BRIBE
"Montreal Daily Mail" Contin
ues Revelations Aimed at
Qucbec Lcgislators.
Tl e Monti
reaa
Btora
of the i^ .-her ' ' the promotlon
'?' ' Ka,r
? . ? eporta 1
d fSAX I.. .1 " '?' ? Koua
:--. au ? ' ? -' ' hair"
man of 1 ta Bllla Comw "
Th? ea to Q
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Mi Hyland at the Cha1
I hhn that 1
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Mi lt ..' ? -.i -
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good ot
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? Mi Hyland then
hi ,h" J.0"'
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.. Monday.
QUAKE SHAKES LEPANTO
Houses and Fortress Damaged
in Greek Town.
. iaka
? : anto alinoat BV-arj
- in tha* t-. i mora i
the fortrt .
. a?d
laupa ktoa ka * aeapo |
a populatlon of
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CONFIDENT OF HOME RULE
Trustees of Fund Will Seek No
Contributions This Year.
Jai H Tha trustaea of tha*
ara *o coaManl
I M..-na-. l: tha 1
tha next f4
th- ? i??_fi a fermal ma
? .-. ng th.it ?
r In Ihs
a-laewhera
Next Week I
Great
of Pianos
at Aeolian Hall
TREMENDOUS Fall
business. eulminatinp; in a
Deeember fifty per eent
greater in volume of sales than
any Deeember in the history of
this eompany, brings us to this
annual sale with the frreatest,
most ma?nifieent stoek of ex
ehang-erl pianos ever offered in
New York City.
The remarkably wide selertion,
which this enormous stock pro
vides, and the unparalleled bargrain
prices. make this sale of vital in
tr*rrst to every mtendinp: piano
purchaser. For complete an
nouncements?
See Sunday Papers
SEES WAY TO SOLVE
JAPANESE PROBLEM
Dr. Gulick, Professor in Kioto.
Says Orientals Should Be
Trcated as Other Nations.
\ ?? ^ nf th* Japan-*"* "flfflai
lajh to aatiafy Japan an-1
fornlfl and Juel enough, apparent'.y.
either, was pro
Dr. F L Gulli k, pro
f. ssor ln ihe L'nlversltj of Doahlsha, m
? the Blble Teachers'
Tralnli i - ?**?'?? Hl Laalngtoa ave
? ?[_e, ^ ?-, | ' ,pnnese on the nainn
bBBia sa other natloi sa ? Dr. fJulick,
? |hej Will ne *atisried. Any OthOT
treatment, in the lon-,' run. means w;ir
But let u treal the othera wlth conMtaon
i m whlch decraea we can every reai
Late Of l glvei race nexv members
Up in ebOUt .'? per .fn* of the total num
ber of tbal race i ready ln the eountry
I do noi nuatrei about the percentage
? n aastmllate; i ? for eanven
i think II a falr number. N'nxx
that a'lmlttinj: as alreadv
?in the country1 only those who hava
been i who ara eltJ
I he th* media thro i**h
? the new
i falrly atlff teat of Itta. nship
the real
"Ul , . ? . fl iaxv, basinf* my esti
? ? ? b Qennaiu eovll
I ?-.i | ? . Ktent of more than
.... OUld come
latlsl lapan'i pmie.
. . ? b treal - ? i wa
; ihe othera rou bear ll flald that the OH
? ? but la sa
? ith aocial
uion
"1 am arlta ' ' a'a fun
. whlch la dflfltgned fo
protecl I -.???? aflus of
. . But her i '?
: i. dc ? baa
? . ? i i
. la Thfl "nix- Bolutlon
Immigratlon lawa la i h
.0 treal Orlen
treal other r.sllonB. '
SUED AS FICKLE,
TENOR ACQUITTED
Woman Demanded $100,000
Damages from Constantino. but
Jury Rules Against Her.
n-arencto OonajtantlM, the spariiah te-* ?
r.f th- Boston Grand "-era ''orripany and
owner of h.s own opera houae In grgea
tlna. walked out of the supreme '"ourt
yeaterdai hnmmlnt the air of thfl famous
"I>a .lonna . moblle "
IUb light heartedness and r-ood humor
wer- the result of a Verdlct r? '.dered b a
a few minutes before. whh-h waa te
the effeet that th* sin^er n^ed nor pay any
of the 1100.008 for whleh Mlaa Hai
celle Hontabot eusd klta becaiaae, aa aha
Conflsantine promlaed ro mxrry her
and then dldn'1
Coastantlno wa. la m^r? Bertoua m<vd.
however, than ihe fl. k!e dohe whom h*?
portraya In "Rlgoletto," ln whlch he einga
arla mentloned above, when he teatl
that Is. he made ga effort
: i that h? wsa scejualntsd with a
rreat many Olldas an.i Maddaienaa. but.
aelf as the duke, he waa no
Ji'.te- ln real life.
The tenor BOld that he knew the petlU
Freneb woman, whoalleged that he prom
\*r,i BOtna day to maaa her his wife, aa
mg woman who wanted to leirn ate
noRTaphy. and that he trled to a!d her to
?? . ?; tnat flad. That la arfaj he -ent her
mor-.-. Blnce faflaa Hontabot evlnced tha
tenog - abltlon "he has appeared ln
? i| milSlcal produetlons ln small
parta, also in 'abarets and in mox'lnj*
U es.
t-sasel flske.i Conatantino about bsjv
, - n, and he aald he knew them.
but there were no lo a BCaif with them
Xaii ? - he sent M aa Hoatab rt
laa, and 84 - ' he
. ? paaranca thaia ha i sbtod
?'Hf'!! royagS and many thanks I'rlend
M) lUgflaVflttfl waa a g| - .
i n the piainnff "?? una hla to
I rodtlCfl in wrltlng anythlna; that sh.iwed
Bffectioa on the part of tl e tenor for
ihe pialntiff or tra; he aflrfld
kr her Hrfl '"onstantlr...
The jury W8fl ' llf sn hflflJJ
ESTABLISHED 1844i
B. KxwltXn k (fo.
A LUAN EXHIBITION
PAINTINGS
By
THOMAS GAINSBOROIGH, R. A.
aad
J. M. W. Tl/RNER, R. A.
Until January Jl, 1911
. intfce KNOEDLER GAJEERIES
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