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GUARANTEE
Your Money Back
If You Want It.
* -<? F .litnrial Page, Kir?t Column.
Dim* Wotti
^?^
Satibune
First to Last?the Truth: News - Editor.als - Advertisements
WEATHER
r.isTi v 11 ni in ro-DAT, rAiR
Uli iiuii.i, l<> MUKKOH.
??*-??.ril?> ? I ni.| .?r il nrr. !
Hi*h. M I .? .??>
full r-j?.-. an l*?s<* II.
! XXIV. . .No. 24,881,
|( ..[urii'it. I'l I,
H> riir Irilmnr \
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER BO, 1914.
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Plllfl? ||\'p l'I.'VT mCUseSK? Sme%Wsstasfc.Jssssr?S0feotSsbbSjsS
?'.>!. V l..\ 1 K.IHEIIIII'KI rWO ?IMH
FEUD IN BAFF
CASE BARED TO
RABBI, IS HINT
Clergyman Mediator in
Trouble Between "Trust"
and "Independents."
OFFFaRS TO HELP
WHITMANS PROBE
Murder Indictments Fx
pected To-day?Guards
for Witnesses.
' - grand jury
????.?? i lO he
, ctment o*"
? ?
r\ttorne***a
office ' ?
.
erime An.l
draw ? Ml ?bout
mor? men In th<
InfnriT.a'ion r> I it At?
torney thai
ate te aient! made by members of the
y trust.." a*-- w< Inde
lin|
?o the murder, were in ?he
hsr.ds of a well knoxx-n Jewish rahh
? two
-
rsbbi -
ffice.
he m
of ths
?
-
* ward mod
i
I ?
'
t-'rengrtheniiifc :h?- mo?
. ?
?me of the statement,
i brothers,
., case, ?nntearl of their
I
mem
'
i
ndeni
s
as - ? ra
an put in a
?
He (.aid last
restlga?
.no far i.
? m ?he cane
are e?t i
'?' P<nir inuict
men al
.
.- ehauf?
.
The
..- to
was said,
?
- who
?? the ?
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I? Ite.enlrd.
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Compl?|i Court Calendar
?-'?uly l.rilur. of ihr Tribune.
5?** P?f|?? 1 i To-day
FISKE SHOW DROPS O
Actors Barred as "Just H
self" Retires Abruptly.
whs ' ? ? rlozen p i. ?
? .
? ' which opsned s1 William
*S Playhouse a week bk?'- >'r
the management nf Har
tried to enter the *?'",'?
I The
? ml of
( ere I ardi announ
? . r-" v oald be the next
tractn n. Ko tic? ?f ?uve
that "Jus! Hi ?
ghl
All Insisted tl m the fi
.
play. M
? ? . | ? |
er 1
the Pis
Mr i
ko va. whs
?i? a Russian dancer l.iis Ween prepi
ing 'or ner 1 . n:\ actri
? ;ir?. M r. Fil
the pi
levoted practically all hi? att?
tion t? ?? compa
....
i It.
CEMETERY TO BE
FOR CELEBRITIE
Cleveland to Have Buri;
Ground Next to Rocke?
feller Estate.
.
? ..no. I'ei*. 29. John I
is to have ?. national publ
burying ground est
.
...
- ms of the Dt
leeorats thi
and arhoretum a- sons u'uie time.
?
i
;
?
,u posa,
gosi
?
?
Lhat van li
.ike i
n ?' cil
?
The contr? t 1 -he Lakeviei
( eir.' ? its?
Holden et:
? ii arboretum of "onlj
i who have
ami for *'i? srsctjoi
em or stich monumc
moriai I -tine"
The
?
nota] i
?
?
CUPID OUT OF COMPANY
Mrs. Stoddard Asks Divorce
from Real Estate Partner
Mrs. Mabel He i ?ddard,
one ol
tori
? t "
I ? ???;?' II.
? ?
man and wife the couple ?
along . . -, well as ??
toddard
the pi ? ..llef-ed miscond .
. - I SS] Sep
temher, and the.r dom? | fferencei
mpls
! WS?
.-???.-? BBS he
'impelled to
.
' I'lOTl,
mtinued foi
he wan wlllll
? s wife, but did ti"? ?hir
MANILA FEARS
NEW OUTBREAKS
OF FILIPINOS
Unrest Growing Among
Restless Natives Out?
side Capital.
CAVITE CIVILIANS
HAVE BEEN ARMED
President Wilson Mint?.
Reports of Trouble Are
"Exaggerated."
Maalla, lier. 29.?Freak eatareaka of
ili*.Hff?*rl?*?l I IlipilHM ?re ???.perled, as
mire-t ani'.n*- llie natixr?. <?"l-.'
Manila I - iron lag.
t ixilian?- lui?.' tieen armf-rl In Carite,
the home of tgoinaldo, th? '?
l '-?piiio leadei
({iiiik lirini: gaaa ha*e been mounted
and louird.i boat deetroyera are pa
trolliag alonn Ihe eoaot.
?
VU .-??hin-rton. Di I Den-ring tl it
? ? ? ?
?
. h, in n'
danila He
u ,
?
.1 Ii d
up?
? ?
ipproached a
'
? ? ?
stiired ftlarminc
? .
that erta
ridicu
epoti
Dther
?
-imis
??oner reiterate i
were on Kili
jino?.
? "' Que ?OH, I have
? ' in the
i Mil?
ler, of
iple of the
-
I airr ,
the Phll
-..nie I hiaga lo Ite Tared.
th nc- ? : con
..- ? !*.? for
-
full ac i. and
, ?
eading Fil
this movement. Tel
t te be cast.
0 . | -rpr.
i Phil
i
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? . .
, ion, but thi all rounded
thorn
?
ed individu
"Thi-; Inaurreet oi . hn?re???r. Indl
i lipino people, or <*">r
?
this way, a*
thinf; '" been done ??
on 'fie wfiv. Tl
Two months Sf*?. * ?re
' -
..per. li?-r-e | here have
??called Inaurrec!
d about a real ago ?hen? would
k to do for the i.rmy in the
? iinllnri?*il nn paate f>. . i.lnnn S
CHOSE CASH TO CUPID,
SAYS BREMNER NURSE
In Action Against Estate She Alleges Congressman
Whom $100.000 Radium Failed to Save
Promised Hei Life .Annuity.
a lovi
? ros - ' ?
a month for life from h pal
?
. ? . of 120 Ward
? ?
? ?
?
?
It ?
? .
si
? ?
? ?
of her
'er ?he ??<-? -
?
?
|
and Mrs
? and
ts sppsar In
order
'
il. i
? 01
* WH?
? St I
? m. Me left fron I7S.0O0 to
Of ei| ; two
? if, he
.1 all but Lcith Hi
Edith Mc
n Mrn?>.| m
i n 1901, wen ? sacra?
. -,
N'ash in
I sscspt thst s has bass
....
? out ths fi
?
?
Bremner >?:
,-e of m\
?. Bremner, on?
.u-kmail I.?
. ? -i in the : ?
perhaps, ?
la I ? . : ?
..;. th?t ti..
i-Htion.
snd wh<
. I?
?" blackma
? ? d.-i?!'.?? d, and the
r of I
? monlal ?*|
?
?
lered
\
?
?
? it is
ittributiva
? ? hallsctSa-j
ni. Imaginative mind."
I
TAFT BARS PROFANITY
Says He Finds It No Help at
All to Bad Golf.
. ? ' -soni )
Kam Balaam, Her H I < President
Taft has f-iven hi I ideas of golf in a
letter ?o a Bartford friend.
"I think f-olf la one of the ?/reale.?
?rameri for the promotion of the health
of men over forty five that I kn?
it is an admirable form o' ?
i" eon el U - -.1 eajojrma
'rains one in self-restraint, it
diices on.' to aal ire in its m."
traetira t'orm. and il ?
except that in the o it
tempt to profanity.
ihort duration
with *? Ti.in ef anj sei ?
Onda that thi
better I ?
?
FOUND DEAD IN Y. M. C. A.
Engineer Dies from Poison?
Suicide, Polire Sav.
IfeFarland Doaaldaon, twenty-aa-reii
an ei r aeer, of lit
; II ed in the hot room a?
the
,
rini ...me poison.
The polir??
Dr. ' : .
??as called to I natitution.
MOTHER POISONS 2
BABIES AND SELF
Reverses and War Cause
Lawyer's Wife to Ad
minister /Mercury.
I , ? -" i: re I
lo and
move into at'
West 167th il . The Brom, Mrs Ida
Kof-ers yester.in;. gave bichloride of
mercar** to her two ama ehildren an?l
-.hen ti, - - -he poiaon.
Mother and children xvero taken to
-'. She la expected to
ktti a.- phjreieiana
I the Hi lines will i
? - do, l knes
Heal**.
? .
ton H.,;;"r?, a lawyei rl Row,
, - ?
?>ors x*rho ha
happened and had ?.. . ,,*'.ors.
He spent last ni^n' at the bo*J
Catherine Burn?, who l.xes n
the los ' a home, hetrd
-, and trace I th? to the
Bogers fai The
dour was unlock' i .?-I in.
Mrs. Rogi . xvas
half < children John,
. 'hs
'
for pi
?
own Eu
'?
?
the mother and children until thi
bulan ?
To < oroner n
?
? ? nr h* -
?
?Thousand ?
i|
?
it I id "'' *"oR*er?'s r"-ar
mo if * "i mi.n roncern?.
are hai the war. The
Tuxede home was given un and The
Hrr,n? bou e ii which the) lived made
M ? < Rogoi ? morbid.
M tea A.i Blui ?? ?- ? rae
?
bloride of mercur)
, ... .
? ' ,i by Mi?s
Marcella, anothi ? who
.shares th,? apartmonl
the ?? ? r. ?
pital, where I?r. Hi
ild treat
!(, ?
goott_
TRAIN SMASHES AUTO
TRUCK, KILLING TWO
Chauffeur and Helper for Brew
inc; Co. Dead Engineer
of O. S? U. Hurt.
An nu*', brewery truck, bound for
Jersey City, whi
( in*ur trai as at
? eck, v .!.. at ' ? v ' k laat i
was -.track hy an inbound pas-.
train, enu*lag the ? ehauf
feur and his helper. The truck ah?
the prot'.-r'y el Ibe James BxTeiaVrd
; i ' this city.
.,-?,, ,,,,> ? .. ? ? eight of M
I ? | - auf
,, ( ilVIl"
aagh,
Manhal I
i.g ?urh speed
?lui* when the lof,
Gai
I thi ' ? ab,
?
? a Durham,
v .1. Cavanaugl
' the roa'iu ?
I
r*eman was auickly la
. a- fha "?'"'tie and brought
'he train to a halt not far from a
irred.
, alarm??! I the a idden
.
.-?
cither showed
, tiier, beaded, a
--an
ambulance wa
a ai examina?
? . i t hurried
in to I
. . it the men
, led in-tar I
a
CHANGE IN RICHMOND,VA TRAINS.
I :., I
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AI' '
AUSTRIAN ARMY
OF 175,000 1V1EP
IN UTTER ROl
Beaten Columns Rush
Carpathian Passes Be?
fore Czar's Troops.
30.000 a\RE LEFT
BEHIND AS CAPTIVI
Losses Estimated Third
Force?Russians Vic?
tors on the Nida.
i ? i ? - ?
Pstrsgrad, Dae. 29. Tr.e rctren*
- ; Austrian arttn . i
i.' ' . ? ? i,r.i ' ' ?
i lly reportad, has
velope?! Into an utter rout. The r?
ins now sxtai
. . ? sad west, fi
Zmigrod through Dukls and Snnak
T.inko. Ii ?h beginning to break it
?mailer sre?mns to take
the sil pnFies which
into Haagary.
A istrisas are so? prsct :s
out of danger of any bat rear attac
trom the pursui", Rnssisas, as t
nirruw passes, two of th*m BH
? '. ? -? ? - my flan I..
?
. that t
? ueftat i
which tin? latter staff? ?
and thi
they h ?
ths task o' rcorganisii
this IXtiens right of the Austro-?e
man armies will be a
tu eon sans a long time.
Berlin Admits Failure.
v pateb fri.m Berlin sajri th
.
\ ?? defeat
.... ? ?
.
?ildier
stack ne guns,
I hers I :ats that the Au
?? .?-? nn* sffsring h itubboni ret
tT'.iard res?stanse
The la?t three lots, cons,?.ling of W
men each, of Austrian prisoners take
?i K -v rom ?outhsrn i.aiicia cor
1 tain ? * men who are ur
-
' ? ?
oners nr>' bctWi en forty S Sftj ;.eur
old.
The '. I ir" lay
that 800
a encountered Russisn sold?er
runoff, Galicia, and threw
their srms crying, "Loag
Fifty Thassaad isstrisas Captarse.
Since their latest offensive b*S| I
Rassisns have taken ?50,0
prisoners and captured many guns, ac*
? ! .
I ssl
?
ed i ? oners.
Ii i
?-, which are feet deep in mud
has prevented the Russians from mak
tag the pursuit as effective a-, it might
have been could the I isscks have
found a Arm footing for their horssi
'Ihn following stStsmSBt ??
from the Russian general headquar?
ters w?h issasd ?'ni svsning:
the lower Vistula
sad ths P ?mall
tsBCe took placo. Tr.e German i
vir trenches 00 the right bank
..' the Bxara, ntar the rillags sf
back on I ?
bank of ths Bxara.
"On ' ? ? .
. ?
"In the region of Bolimov our at
? of the
Russians Win on Nida.
"We bavs dislodged the enemy from
tack near ths rillags of Bamino,
they had taken from us ;
by .1 counter attack, in which
., ? SCh.BC gun
oners.
centre, bstWSSB the Pilica
ai 1 the Dppar Vistula, only cannon
i.d.r.g v\?*i board We made pr> .
oa tho two ?
"Daring an attack on a Herman re
rJoabt to ths watfc of laowloas we
? i machine |
"Oai '.?.hile
riOSSiBg the lower Nida in ths t
itorm of ths
, u ere well
i Daring
rty A u ?
? s and Ihre? ?
"In westers Gsl
progn '? sf the almost I m pa a*
of the lOiinir. ? :
? SI
the fron' of Btronaib Gorlice-Ji
I n ? and a large number of ma?
.
??|i rat half of Hecemher
ii ws captur?
?
for fort eight I
| ti? he?.n BO g, on
the left hank of the \'i?tu!a I
ttacki have ? the
srs sverywhere
repulsed. ill BWice
? r- mn?t serious attark, foi
?
I ,.nl li.ii-.l M im?? ? rnliiiiin 1
COAST LINE'S -TLORIDA SPECIAL
-
> *! . I | I ? ?
AIM. I
ANGLO-AMERICAN WAR
RISK PUT AT 15 P. C.
?Me t* r . m ?
London. Dac. 29.?A premium of
II guineas per rent ?as being paid
in l.lo\d? >esterda> on policies
?orried "to pay a total loss In e.ent
of declaration of war ?loiwren l.reat
Britain and tasarles ai this t?rl%e
months from date."
The premium to insure again*!
?ar being de? lared between \or?av
ami l.reat Britain within twelve
month? in now 7 guineas per cent.
KAISERS BROTHER
AS CHIEF ADMIRAL?
Prince Henry Summoned for
Conference uitlt Emperor <-n
Cuxhaven Raid.
LoBdoBi Dac. tS, In sg<
Bsi lin, rece ed
?he Germsn En?
summoned his brother. Prince Henry
ot Prussia, to his hesdqusrti
' m and Admira! i
Marina, on I he 1;
? en. Ths eonfei ence
?
?viel by a ipe
I? is believed in G?
sdds, thai Prince Henry is to be
im* In supreme command of the ;
? ? i
KAISER SEES HARD
ROAD TO VICTORY
Germany Will Win, He
Says at Christmas Dinner.
by Heavy Fighting.
ri
li,;
Oner xx ith neari;
?' men at th.
t,rea- ',? eral it I
de Ville, 'i North, ii
'
'nail and in front o'
?
?
I h- bal
'
aa 11 ant a pm
pouch and cigars. The
I
' ? ! ime."
I
' ?
'
arm.'
?
irard to *> :
'????' hare to I hank fi ?
.
'
'?'"I i-:'
?
lighting.
B
?
K., er thi
exchai .
diers
ball,
GERMAN ARMY FOR
ITALIAN FRONTIER
Home. Di ' K Ci rman army
.'hern
pail of I
?
I iean
?i.ans.
| , -? T ? ., ? ? i ? It
I
1
?To-night Ca
mned for ?
rrilway iti - ?
WOMAN PRISONER
PROVES TO BE MAN
Wears Petticoats 29 Years. Is
f mind Out When "She*' Can't
Use Razor in Tombs.
A remarV?Hh!e story of a man who
has n .
.
'
.
.'
prison? sepei
'Ma)
?
'?."m, and
nthi a th.?
"ehe" has served
.
?he"
'
If he i
Hay, he told *> ai ?
at I ;?? aon
- ri? a man. ? . I I
en it g and
f it a all the aai
.
I'.?*?,-1
lam pi J
mucl
?
Do*,'a clothes. I
a
WILSON'S STAND IN
AMERICAN PROTEST
SHOCK TO BRITAIN
Presentation of ?Note Causes Greatest Sen?
sation in London Since Cleveland's
Message on Venezuela Affair.
FEAR ACTION WILL CAUSE FRICTION
Washington Administration Confident Hotter Un?
derstanding Will Be Speedy Result, but Presi?
dent Makes It Plain American Shippers
Must Nave lair Treatment.
Ky Cable to The Tribune.|
ilon. Dec 29. The American not? of protest again* the Priti<-h
treatment <?f American commerce, ami insisting upon un early ?mi
ment,came a- a complete surprise to the British public, ? I rt had ban
illy no intimation that any friction had arisen bot ween thi tsra m.
( rnmenta.
Tin- plaeard-s posted by the Ofanlng papen were ??ven over exclu*
sively to the ?American note, and the papers gave it the largest headlines
they have given any news in the last month. ?Consequently, the British
people regard thii m ons of the mosl important occurrence ? I the whole
Nothing Of the kind situ-.' Pie :..:. \ ,. , -n. |Hn me??.
sags has caus? > ? st Ion.
EXPECTS BRITAIN
TO DEFEND ACTS
Washington Thinks Reply
Will ( ?te Dishonesty of
Some Shippers.
I .-'111
Was The An if]
, tat Bt liating 01
'? "i can shipping will,
< expected bore, bring ab?
If? l -? i |y ?ntercnan*-? of
the British ?-nvernmint, a
I with re-gai
the rights of neutrals In the p: ?
?? ' fui lishes a general
?tion of the Americsti position
than the sen.??, ef not
In the opinion
? "
been u the i a< and de
?
to daj
an common
,,-ment from G ?
I the note by
the declaration that eventually G eat
? ?.-a!l<',| u[.on ??,
? unlawful deten
'. Amei an rari-oea.
In tiiitrierous instances the T'nlted
- ?
?
\ ? commerce andul]
.
. Tul nation.
?' ..* of
iua menioratida of obj?
,n a single ?*,it,, paper, 'he
(ireat Britain's obi,?cation to make a
fei era1 reply covering her position a*
to the whole queetloa baa beeome man
The reply is expected within
, ?? ? dayo.
Counaellor Roher? Loaalag? who is
In the ab
irjr Brjss, told Inqnir*
? ' ? .?'
?
promptns t, l'U' bs intistsd that ?
? rsnptorjf ?n Its ?nur.
Will ? '?till-.?* hneotitom shipper?.
I? is well known that In tho 1'
reply I on will be t?k< ?
?T of ?hip?? on the biff)
?? Marching sf estgees Is
of Am.-r . an or Sthsi
would not be BSS-M
in hsd t'en Healii.i
with th??ir own roTtrotnant ami
tire ilnesrlty, not to ?ay
pro] tioi
?
?
of the
I ?ally in ths bolds O? ?he
expert to show
that the srtielss left off the lists ara
I Is contraband
if -.-ir.
They will r, for example, that
- me'al hut been pait.'ed te -
pig iron atid so manifested and
I?. ? ??
?. .-i -i,Ipped
name of "c'iin
I? ?rill be chari*ei| thet il m in?
stance a ihipmen% of cotton in bale?
?alea of rotton with a
eonsidcrsbls amount of copper .
The Britiih
-, bulk, suitable for use in th?
OS, have been
ill ' >
?
i hese ami liptlsr infrn
?!... British will torsi the -
? w:l! be Clteil in
atmn <>f the i.-u ires Tl. ? ?
ths
'?*? ait? H ? '?' -, ! nun
?er a win.
V . : *.? ? : ttt to '.?a.
Mt ts reap
? ? i fsresful se?
tien ?it ''i.1 sdstinisti ?tion.
i he WhltS Mouse ?'atement ts to the .
(onllnnerl en p??*? I. roluma 1
a The I
? that the note mav create. Mettoa
and peril.-, ? ? f ??.,"?? f.,
igfc the noirapapere polat out that
H S? tepre
m a friendly
The Bltaatien la compara
that which arose In the time of the
South African war, xxhen neutral ah :
pers bcL'..n to Mad cargoes *nt->n.i.? i
1 for the Ira ? nr,,
trnl i . ,
?merican i
I
: ,'?lane,
n 'i ? ni,lenee of Sli I
? head of the Foreign Office, of
Ihe Impending protest yesterday, and
?his afternoon the anual text wan ? e
liverod *o ?"he ?-"ore's-ii office.
Cabled Summary Inadequate.
'iu>?i?i \?ho hv. ?? ?-"?ad the text it
. ? tkal 'r.e cmI.Ic! eaauaary, arhleh
?s promit:?
,
* ' e eeai
in*- il h gov
friendly api l
?
? ? ing.
tien i.
-
I
.
? like
In the .l;t?
I
erieaa
. | . ii comm*
'
In
B111 a i n
'
g England, on one hand, I? con
rltal qaeat ion el neep
.??I many and
Austra. arid, on I Hand, with
?. -ii ne it ral
commerce Great Hritmr, is in diffi?
culties n'.f only with America, bit alio
with ? itral atatea, particularly
?ho?.
If is not imnrobable thaT *?r>-a.r. Mr i?m
will II
? ta] ?axx re
i*ardi>.' the treatment of e.intrabsnd
on account of the ? ?ua.
sr enemii .? .|...i
I
pped.
May the Principal DlfrVultj..
I that
aa been sei
? n the
?
?
I ?
' I .
ta i ted out la thooi
? ?? of *-migg',\ng
will
? I
' r ited
?
ibl ) in
under
I with the
? here
see sesee.
an Admiralty contrm
?? Foreign ?iffice
all ?ake a hand r, d, aim?,
? ra?.'? of retained carg, aa Pa
ari? aaaaod all
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It'a Guaranteed.
Soe Editorial Pag?, lira! Column.

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