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SAILS; GERMANS WEEP AT LEAVING Envoy and His American Wife Gaze Sadly Back at New York HUNDREDS OF GUARDS AT TRAIN AND SHIP Silent Throngs Watch Liner Frederik VIII De? part for Copenhagen The In.?* diplomatic link that still held bet-Been ?iermany and the United : snapped at 1 o'clock Yesterday ? :oon. when the whistle of the1 Fridcrik VIII ?ounded and By from her pier at Hobo?. ?icHran Ambassador. Count Johann Ff. von !'.. i ?:-?'!r(T, svith h:? sus' L'OO other ' Basais and diplo Baa tic leturnin?; to th? land from the country that t jected tnem. In front of the liner, as sh?. hastened | :isvay into the --ea, haz?* svhich ssas blowint* up from the lower B iiohca' boat .aippcd aleagj k? men ot the Tn Department had ?retched ever I p?rtii . brough the ? ion?; hou; si v ,i,i aj befers I ? ? .?el sailed. Crowd?, gathered along both the Nat* ' York iin.l Jersey waterfront.? to watch the Frcderik pa-? out to -?.. Th? ti.roi. s< an* dinavia-Americu pier taxed the poss - ? Hobiiken police and Sacre. Sei vice men to hold tho? bask. There i entering or cheering. The de- ; parture of von Betnstorff was more ot n the simple act ef a liner quitting port. . | Depart? in a Ha/e On ? rater! rent build? ing? . ??! aileat n? thfl liner ??teamed for open sea. The sun ?rei j thfl bay, over thfl J' ? ore. A thick haze had crept in on the late afternoon wind and knag luth uf tha n n i ount and eoutr much siting in their cabin, li"' ipperently ander heavy attain. When von Bemstorh* did eery, aad .-miled neu he aubmitted to the new?- '? Imper photograph? A the fer the ? BBS? I I departure ear most of tha German officials came on deck to shout farewell to their frienda ashore. Now and then a! raice choked ia the midat of some ehecrinj*; me aage. '?ne or two men wept openly. ? heered by Sailor? the roaael started des i river the Geraten seamen on thfl latr* the', nvssthead of ?very ?hip nterned on the Hohoken shoro strings of aignala flut- ' tared .i goi afpe. r stood with hi.? wife a, little way apart from the rest of who flocked to the rails. He : a' in acknowledgment of ? "eldt. nr to the err.h: .d them. thfl skyline . ?a.I.II? in | ,' Wt)t Hottbon e>?)op ?dyj with late importations of Shetlands. to niiike golf suits in the new British fashion for gentlemen about to go South. Coats of plain Shetlands. Knickfi's of checked Shetlands. Colors? browrn, tan, green, heather, ?gray. $65. Burlington Arcada floor, New Building. ? * ? FUR Overcoats arc Going I a.,iiii <?,i ferns "' 'hi nriett nf tktt 'I.. 'air. atid I in ti'iinif ?S ',?/i/ ? fur null tin., .' Ii cold '!??'! tait wtntor." Bat, ol course, bare aoorc cold weaAcr. , ',- with quilted lininp, and collars of Persian . Hudson -'-.il (dyed muskrat), otter or braver, .$5.5. Overcoats of British cloth, beaver collar, $85. Overcoats of black kersev, lined with muskrat. $70, 1110, .$12-5, $1.50, $170, $180, $200, $225. $275. ?$800. These COatl have collars of Persian Limb, Hudson Real, irer or "'ter. ru nais, mink-lined, otter (?-?liars, $400. Raccoon coats (outside fur), $100 to $800. Wombat coat? (outside fur), $50. ?Men's Warm Underwear Extra h'-av*' COttOfl and wool mixed?shirts aim drawers. $2.50 each. Winter weight, cotton and wool i?shirts and drawers, $.*'.50 each. ? of ixiili ffradrs, tine* ?H'i ('i 11 >wi?r? a*J Ik.Hi prntlri, t-?tf- 'I- *??> V Burlington Arcada floor, Naw Building. ? ? ? John Wanamaker Broadway at Ninth, New York M)\ IKTISKMF.NT ADVERTISEMENT ? Ml.\SmmT> ..I.?. li^L.,. ? a?.,...,!.1 Egyptian DEITIES ^Uintost m a%aret?es TiAwEtuior&Ht^* Ve?ale of culture, rvfuxanad and education uiLonaUj TREFER Diiiies io or\n other cgonttc Z5r r?r?ua\a^u.i mut ?few t > I '??J?/''" UpmTlUt ' 'rwnrfj ..f New York fall away into the nil The i I mu?? m pull y m ? erlng rJuflk, ?-till dogged bj ?! craft, A nil then ?he pluagi ? nto thj mist that Mood between h< nysterj of the opea se?. Vi ?rff h.i.i pana. The bal? of tl Statu?? of Liberty still loomed up I twilight Bui i" Iore ''??? urdaoasly pi :.) see he toil h final aaaaaCfl :?>i tl people ol Ai mi CS, All day '?'"If VJ'i buaehet of flowers ami bip "i" i i.jre" baskfltfl had beofl BCBt aboard t l.im and his wife Oniy a BSOBBflBl Lx fore th?' lector of th?* l'on MalOBS, whfl nesi blas ob th? deck lollowilit' .11? - .iK? : ? I ? annol rei rain fron i .merieaa pei?i ? wea--: seat 1 d myself. It i? hard I tell of th? Bjooa will seal bj aa boll \?. t of gratitude would b adequate to ip*all an affect ?rell.*1 Thai ? "goedby." Mr Ma lone had to leap to react: the pi?-? ? the ve.-sel fell au i h?* ipeeisl i rain. <-?? 'i > iaf party fron H a.li in??toi' ?"fleche* Tenth nnd Hudson Streets. RoSohi 7 o'cli ? ? ' ? i daj nei nini I ? wbistles ??: thfl great Reniagton Armi factory there, ?Inch ha? turai ts for the h ? I ?,:i engine an guide. Both sid? p-iiardfd bv uniformed nnd plain?, police. Tha train was eonpoBcd of tivr three Pullmans nnd two I?. All of th< Bj left Washiagton. I he plat* fon** of thfl final car wa* | Secret Service agents ?elective* (?uard Suit?? Von HernstoriT arrived abonni ship at 7; 15 a. m., dined at 8 a. i*>. sad .? a. m. took a nap on a couch in the suite trmt had been BBfltgBCd ' ? and hi- family. Rv his door ?.tond Miiis MeCahill and "'Bill" Nye, of the .?ecret *?*r\:ce. .-?oth have suarded the 1'rt'sident many timo?. Nobody WS allowed to loiter about either ?loor of . i to ears the -pu:.?, cam?.* out. He smiled upon his ir'.iardiai. and informed them that he wa* "?going B wulk around." Why not'.'" observed Mct'ahill and Nye, and right about lac? they followed him. Wherever von HernstorlT went there WOBt McCahill and N*ve--one fore of the count and one al?. J Aeeordiag to those in charge of bifll aafe coadact, thfl count was felly | aware ??f thfl eifert.* that wt?re beinj; , Wa?e to pr?vido for his ?afety. Often \ he paced the deck alon?-. Soon-time* In* wa- io;n?*,| by one of hi-* cntouraj?. . ? -, bat alWBjn befar? and behind walk a rafla Frein t I ici vn-r. The departure svas conspicuoua I ? o? demonstration. ?o enr?en i crowds congi '?? ;.i;dM:.'?viati-A!iHi ican gier, li arried ai man; pe? mOOt n 'he ipr?l | ? ?.ne-tenth o? the . Ltstonsr** a lemblsge of svell-w.shers tras ?"' oat yesterday when the Germen officia ted, ?Gerasaai) Cen???r? ship Usl ? Inly Sce*tdinat .. were allowed tfl ?ail mi the Kreilcn v. ith thfl (iermans. The Imperial Gfl mea jrovernment had chartered tl eommodatums of the ahip, an a*Hal ?*ea left over wa ? sold only i i sceiring the appro* i l of 111 .all?. No one was allowed sheerd n the pier incloaure wit i .i permit from one of the Germa olncials. Friendi Bnd rail nf the Dune?, Nerwegisna an Swedes ssiio embarked were indignai] s? lien then entreatiei '?? ?'> ahai ship ssere refused by tlie rumatomi flifl ciaffl and agent? o? thfl lim "Tin.? la :i diagrace to the Seeadina s ;an people," shouted one asoman, ab ss.is unable tfl Bay goo-lbs to her h si band, who was a saloon BaBSflagSI ., ',,;?? .." rom itart ? . and the Sesfl HbbvIbb seas'? '?'? H i 'iiber it." rsa agjrra' ? ? lamination thai ?res mad .. | te trareller not s'.u!, tiie imperial part;.. Not trunk, bag or luiteai mhasi and consular party ?rBI disturbed. I s. j- reponed tnat tin? luggage might b examined by th? BritieTi authoriti? sshen ?he Frederik calleil at. Halifax Kubher (.eft Hehind InflB-flCteTfl fron Oellectei Malone'i :ieutralitv squad found about $HU svortl et rubber ?a the suitcases of see . re] Scan di?ar?an passengei?. bnl whei thfl ewnera agreaa to surrender || t< friendi OUtslde 1'ie p:er it -.vas not con Ha rated. The sliminatien o? ?hi-, commodity which was to be iiaed for dental worl in Co pH? hauen, wot made so that th? United Btetea could not h? charged with peimittinjr contraband to leave port or * h?. Prcderik, ? ????? ahetgnn ad as "fowl ?ng pieces." svere found in the baggage of two travellers, but they ssere not seized. 1 he neutrality inspectors de? manded that they he turned over to the tar? of Captain Thomsen until thfl "res Bel docked in Copenhagen and then re? turned to the owner?. Vithing Illegal l'ound According to Collector Mnlone every nook nrd cranny of the steamship w?m examined by ?f vent;,-live member? of his neutrality squad, and at g a, m. the Collector certified that nothing ha?I In ?en found in violation ?if the safe conduct guarantee of ?lie '? tnU'l State?. The happiest app< ariiig perioti of all thfl von bertistorff party WBS Wolf von Ige!, the agent of the Clerman govem ment, whose nffires were raided and re? vealed incriminating evidence of plan? te eeatee"* th? Weiland Canal, in Can? uda. The indictment havering over him had been dismissed a few days ago, be? cause of his diplomatic position, and the heavy bail under which he svau re? leased was removed. Tha Krederik VIII flew the Amirican flag from her foremast, the house flai, 1 line from her mainmast, and on the iackstaff floated the flag of Den? mark. The police boat. Patrol followed In r dosvn to the Narrow-s. Noted (.ermans Yiait Ship Among those svho presented cardi at the pier and were permitted to visit the departing Crrman? were: Julius P. Meyer, an Amerienn eit itflfl and vire-direetor of the Hamburg American I.in? ; Carl Heynan, the Ham barg-American agent In M?-\iro City, v.ho arranged to bring in ammunition to V? ra Cruz in defiance of the Amer? ican fleet anchored off that port; Jo? hanna Gadshl. the German leerano, whose husband. Hans Tauseher, was a passenger; Otto ("ont/,, the ba??o; Peal Hitter, the Swiss Minister at Washington; Constantin Mavroudi Effendli secretary of the Turkish Km hussy at. Washington ? Commodorfl Kanfl liuser, master of the Hamburg Double Economy In These Clothes Reductions Looking ahead, in a rifiing woolen market, as well as for present use, these suits and over? coats from the regular stock of Weber and Heilbroner offer economies which ?should not be neglected. The fabrics and tailoring are of the class that does not grow old in a season?suits and overcoats of refinement which duplicate the long life and appearance of the finest custom made clothrs. Reduction* : Suits Overcoats | ,.nrt 120 r? ?.-7Su.il . . |lt.M US, Ml Mltn?%iaOtmrrmaetl%\1.'>t, HO. $27 W a?H $2?. Itr,?**. ???>'? SAM J-?*J. $27.?a-?d.?UJO*-?**?<?-??<tal ?J0 lit, VI W?iJ IVOFtas.Ssj.u 24 SO $)2.>0 aitti t*0 Owr^ti at . . 26',0 $?7.W.$lr??d??2 ?.OraarySmit 2S V") $1. Ovctraattat.28.50 %*>tm4oAmrter,9ioe . . . U.M1 ?MO CWs-aoh it.12.10 V'llhm a.'..'.42 SO Alto Substantial Reduction.? en Blue, Gray and Blark Sails No Charge for Alterations Weber w? Heilbroner Fiva Clothing Stores 10 Broad .'41 Broadway 110) Broadway 44th and Broadway 42d and Fifth Avenue BERNSTORFFS SAD FAREWELL SMILE Formar German Ambattador on platform of train at lloboken yetterday juat before boarding the Frederik VIII American iinei Vatenaml; n-ss.?! kaUhnhardt, Gerssej Consul General ; Bo ' it . who did iiot ?ail: Hugo Rossi ? n rg, Kerl [?teamend, Net r?n Ft. I heim, ?ai l Bescke its. C. 1 Bel Ewald Heck' r? Jersey Police Form Living Wall About Conn i :.i ?lark ei UM morning t? i plaiticlothes men hurried dov.ii Foui ?i Street and hailed in the lee til aaloon a' Hudson Street, arithin a fe? il-' of the Hohoken ahai reed track; ?he vanguard of the imj o Solice snd Beeret Service men that late I'ormeil a livinf wall around Count soi Berastarff and hi? aalte, Chief of Police Haye*, of Hoboken Iaurched dawn wlta ni" patrolmen agi ?tationed them ?<?!: fed apart on botl ?ides of Hudson Street. I-rom time t( time men and women ?Iropped . the early morning procession of Man hattan-bound workei? and jo'iiedCoun' von IlernstorfT's final reception pari Train Enter? the Scene \\ hen tbfl la?' policeman had ..- Best a Pullman car poked its u>-* through the alley leading into Hudaoi Street. Half a do/en Secret Servie* men were on tho rear platform, amon| them Chief William 1. Flvnn Four other ?ars rolled Ifl through the openm?*, followed bj a small piifllng loromutive that had gUld? ed tha b*,eriai i rom Jersey City, u '.. of the car? ssere sleeper?, two carried thfl luggagfl af the departing dip ? A* i o'clock, lour minute? af'er its arriv.-ii. (apta'ii Edler cam" OUt io greet B friend. Ha was followed bf Prince von Hatzfeld. ?eeretarv of the German Embassy. One of the fifteen lirnouainea that awaited tha party rolla.?I up. Von Hati.fcld entered ?rith a Se? cret Service nan and was whiaked off to the ruer, a block and a half distant. At brief interval? the other mem? ber, o? the HernstorfT suite entered aiitun-.obileg and rode away. Several male member? of the party were in for? mal dress, and they took their seats in the waiting cars a? seriously and a? ntiffiy at a Potsdam dhllmaster. The Bromea members were dressed simply in dark travelling auits. Each car a? it l?ft the ?ule of the train wns escorted by a Beeret Service man. Fflcea (amera Battery Tho rapid clicking of cameras at the rear of tlie train signalled thfl ? assailed appearance of ''mint von Hern storff. Hareheaded, he steppe?) eut upon the observation platform and we? hailed ssith a chorus of "good morn? ing?." Hi? fare was pallid and marked by tired line?, hut hi? manner was that of old easy, friendly, democratic as he returned the greetings. The simplicity of hi? travelling clothe? contrasted sharply with the formal gnrb ot hil et ii panions A heavy fur-lined coal va* buttOBfld cliifcly over a gray ?nil A grsy .?oft hat wa? n hi? hand. A rollar was tasteaed ?rith a snsll ..m. ?Ut- ?vaut rour pietare, count,' bor o! the camera bri ??ail? . "Sur?- IhlOI h? diplomat, who ?VneilflBB slaag' Ueokfl Pleasant and Smile? Mr itroek I B?SM ami >nu!ed brosdly. |fl ibsl Wat tin pi it ate?! an instant later by thfl Ceapteai von Hei-ntstoitT. She a pan led by PriBeesa von tha thn-f iteed at tha . "A little art ion now. count," a ram ? ? The Separting diplomat ncquifsed snd shook bis wTffl*i hand. "[?' te " ?ai?! the ramera ??quad ?B "New s?he efl your hat." '!"' i "New put it on afiain." Bael w? nt tha? ha'. in that fashion tha Gerasaa sashes? lador passed hit leal minutes on Aner. lean loil. There were no cheer.? for him; neither wai ther. any unfriendly ? loB. \tl fart, it was ut OBCfl appar. ? ? I ? ' !.. ? t?rff had tac croo d with bias. CSUI ' ? Hi-rnstortV SCOnod to be tnjoyiag hi?, infoimal reception a? nach M hi? informal beats, chough his face u.i- tired and sad whea the famou* ?mile left it. The count*.'.'??, on tii" ron'rarv. wa- in ?.relient, ?pirits at all time?, and perticalarly seemed to enjoy th?t t'rai,U earioalty of tilt? uccu paats of a nearby apartment has ?. A moment later they were in an aatonobile sad on their way to the Frederick VIH, preced? ?1 by Chief Bafea m B police car. Only on?.*?* was an attempt made to bread *in- ?*trong risg of police, Beeret Berrice nea and Bsutrallty guard? which surrounded thi* dmlomat an?l hi? party from thfl moment of hin arrival until he disapneared aboard ship. A? Count von lii-rn.-.torl? was U-uving the train a young man in a heavy over* loat gad soft bat rushul the police cor? don and beaded f?r the rar. Captain Henry of thfl Beeret Servies pounce?! upon hitn at the ? ame time, that Lieu? tenant Denial K ely, of th? neutrality guards, sad another lloboken pohr?* rlsed bin. Me wa? hustled out -!? the ' ine and taken t?. th,* -.',1 Pre i fjafl-iioiit'd an?! lesrthed II?- gare his name a* Alfred Hopkins, ?? ,-n, of ni Batial I'-'-'id Street, Mkn Hfl WSfl not armrd, but. in his poi-l<"t ? letter was found addressed to Count von Rrrn?torr7. It reail: l?ear fount; I await her?* yooi word to consent to an interview. I am a eOBSlfl "f PriBCfl Frederick Wilhelm. I seek an appearance be? fore you to explain nySfllf. If you will refuse* to believe my life's se? cret, then for Qod'l sake do not. re fuas t,i at l? ast rail ea nie to ihoalder *i sun fer 'hi* esuse. FREDERICK HOHENZOLLERN. llav?* vou un;, instructions? According; to the police, Hopklni de? clared that another person ha?l intru?t ?d the Utter to him for delivery. He , ?! t?, ,|?-?-i?? ,* t!;.- ideality r,f the '-,- decided that he was harmless and released him when hi? half-brother. IMwurd I Thompson, of 160 Saaaau Street, Manhattan, read,id noboken. It '.vas learned latfr that the boy bad been iiilsMnp" fi-om home since early i erning. Mcmhera of hifl family say that hfl i-' ii"t well. Tha asgerieaee of a workman fur Biflhed a necond illustration of the ? ?Tatehfulnflsi of t'..? poliee? When the special tra ichfld Reheken it came to .. tandsl i position us to block tralhe up and down Pour? teeatk Btreet Phii diverted the pedes trisn itatii.- -,'" h reel and around the rr:?l nf the train. BERNSTORFF SAD, RESIGNED TO FATE ?Did All a Mortal Could to Avert Break," His Farewell Message MAY COME BACK AS PEACE ENVOY Hopes Germany Will De? feat Allies Before U. S. Is Involved in War l ount Johann H. von Bernslorff, i li'' suite and 200 other (.?.???man?. ' a.uular agent:- and diplomatic at-: tuches, left the I'nited States at 4 i ?/clock yesterday afternoon, on the j Si;.**divanian-Anieri an lin? r !';*ed- i i-lils. VIII. No untoward act marke?! , U'cir departure. War between the United State? and] i.ermany m?>\ be aserte?! only by tne! Kaiser's \ story over tyh? Entente I'ower?. according to ?ount von ' llernstoitf This is his final opn.'.on un the pie?,ent crisis, according to an A*so ciatfltl Biess correspondent onlv a few hours before the Krederik \ 111 back? n issay from her pier. "1 have ?aid that it was possible * ?> ss.ir, haven't I"!" the former om Hjer queried, "Of course, -rea ,Staat understaii?! that >hi? i* con". 'ional upon liermany Imng able te bring tha Eeateata ta III ?neos be?ers anything happens to iia.-ois. t cited Slate.-. Thfl IttbUafl rine i*!ii pai-ru II hound to increase Bl s eather fljfltfl warmer." I.?ave? Hitter. Tliankicaa Job 'lilis assertion was only part ? long statement, which the diplomat mad?, ?as bfl '"."I sin the doorstep el thfl United States, hat ia hand, ?rait lag io take his final leave, lie ?lui not asea! "i the careful, precise Ian? guagfl ol an ambassado.*. *.s Johai.u sun Mernstoifl. llerman noble. \sh?> had heea freed fresa ? bitter and thankless job, and ssas "Belag home, ha telked ?>f himself, hia future ami thfl I nited States. The fight was over. The pe game svliich has been saaijed since Ifl l v,.?- at an end, and von H??rnstortT, the |?SSer through no faul? of his own, war, aying a calm, pleasant farewell There svas sa bitterness la hia "gooilby." He looked hack svith under? standing at the land he svas about to <i'i!<. "You have shipped your goods to the Allies because thev had comma' the lea," he remarked. "If thfl tions had bean reversed and the Car? man navy instead of the British had bad that command, you would hase shippe?! your goods to us. Naturells, ans person'* sympathies are where be del i huainesi Ten can't blame him ? for that. May Rolurn as Tear? Knvo*. "Will 1 ever return to tbfl I'nited; Stales'.' I cannot say ahoul that. Cer? I tainly. I shall never he amba?sa?lor j here again. That has never heaa done, in the history of diplomacy. Hui In ?erne ba?k to attend a peace eonfer? j ? nee. "I da i ?1 Buen e*hether I flatter my? self, but I <i>> bflllev? tha' I am not' disliked hv the p? opt?: here. Certainly I Bate ii"i"' ?".erv.hing vsithin the; power ot mortal man to keep what has happened from baiitr***g But there ar?. some thing? I could not ?Io. "During the last day? of my stay I have received hundreds upon hundred? of letters from people all o*r*1 country. In all of them the writer? ha\-e expressed their good B There hai not been a lingle letter ex? pressing ill feeling in the lot. I~nt that fil I ?" May Strike a Mine. He smiled and then took up the qUBfltion asked concerning his imme? diate futur?, lie had done ?verythifi,; "within the power of mortal man" to kee[, the German Eagle on his pen!', Bl Washington. And he had lost tbfl long weering itruggle. With that i'. his mind, he was indifferent te wha*. might follow. "Will 1 get home all right*"" le re? peated. ' Well, you never can tell. Of course, we will get through the British and French blockade and there should be no ?langer from our own submarines. I gaess they will know we are eomin?* and will let us ?lone, even if the. should happen to see us. "Whether I get home or not, docs not really make much difference," h" continued. "I have had my fun. I have had my play m politics. | ? tijoy.-d myself and I am no lonc*?'r young us I once wo?. Th? only danger. ?o far aa I can see, that is attached Bfl thia trip is that we may str mine. You never tan toil about thai Fataltat and ll?*?dy to (io "But if we do hit a min,, and go down, I am r'udy to go. After all. what difference will it make" If n has to come, it has te come, that'? all.' When nueettened regarding bil fut? ure r?an? he sa'd: "They are Indefinite, too. Of course, ?hall m directly to Berlin as soon' I ?rrive m ???rniaiiy. Maybe tl ?ill find BOBBBtblng for me to do, anil ayhe they won't. "It is ?luite probable that my ortie.ai raer li nnisbed. I may retir? fei be? i been turned down b? ?our government 'or lentflthlng ovu hic'n I had no control, and no blame ttaehfle to me personally. "I'lrl.ap*- thia ;. ? g*?d t;nil - j ARROW |;? "DONCHESTER" DRESS SHIRTS Fine Piques $2*00 and $3.00 The Donchetater bosom which does not bulge, is the most comfortable for evening wear. 42ND STREET AT MADISON AVENUE AlJVF.RTJSEME.NT ADVERTTS?.MEyr POCONO MOUNTAINS FOR WINTER SPORTS The Way to Spend the Week-End Here the woaderiijl tonic air t ?>'?*>ation I?600 to 2000 (tari) land? a sen to All Wittier Seerts that maiea lK#?a ween to -mch i? h??lth-?aW?Bf en)oymeai. Semai fin?, hotel* ete open cantioimiitiy a.-d ?|*j <*?*** eaa be ?tue ni tomf*Jrt ar.d pietuuK ? the t*?ctmc| at weal <u *ah?*0 out <?! doorv Ajad oar/ 3 ?j hsJU" it->? Vw York ?ta d?e mai? im? ?*w ?? e Sla?cawann Railroad THE ROAD OF ?ANTHRACITE BOOKLETS, HOTELS. RATES, Etc.. ON APPLICATION S3 P/a?imjmsmityr?ym^llll^P?^i Jcux^rs ^am^aesesmwmemmmemnemmmmt Bj^fjBaBB?aflBBBWBB?*?SBaBi Our Platinum Mountings present the newest ideas in modern jewelry craftsmanship Opposite St. Patrick's Cathedral m i ??? '?p iIo-a-?. However. T uni QerBIBB and my plan? may be I by the wiflhofl of my r*?>N ?irBBMBl " fipfllifl ( onvuy ?if *?h?i>s Bpee-hjag avjain of the- .mn.inence B War, he lenu.rked hopefully: "Mavhi' it i* BSSsiMe that Wtr ma be averted. The President ll repre ? : i-> the aewasaaon aa bavin, road? .- elear thai th..? next time h? to longre*..? it would SOI Bfl t? a a 1? for Mar. but m eoaatetioa '-?it' protoetiofl for American shipping What docs that m?-ail? To BBS, I?01 SOaally, that could mean but one tbinjj the convoyinj? of th.? fhips." In defence ?if th,? BSOBSarei taken b> Germaay, Coaal von Boraatorfl saldi Taeie baa boob a aey aaataat Oer? many on the ground that we Imv.? ,m lated the rights of humanity and thfl principlea of international law. Is it not a violation of the right? of hu | for thfl British tu try to ?rir'. e out the non-combatant puDulati?,. ?aromen and our German babh ,nir humane in | MAY HOLD BERNSTORFF AT HALIFAX A WEEK V* ashingtoii. Feb. 14. The Kredenk VIII, carrying Count von BtrnstortT and other (jerman officials back to Qef*. many. will be held up in Halifax for examination ?at leant a week and per hap? two weeks, in the opinion of Brit? ish eflciali here. The task of eaaasla? ing a ?hip of her size, with nearly 7?) paBBOBgBff, h large crow and big cargo ?pace, m a harbor unprovided with facilities ifl expected to present a iiard problem, but iio possibility will be left ' it steamer can carry to Germany any kind of contraband. British of :icials are especial! may have been BBBUgglfld I ?...r?I The possibility r..,llC , Scandinavian shipping te Halifax f?r evamination, to avoul tbe Germas sub marine ?one. ha? hfl by officials of the foi companies concerned. WHITE GIRL, MISSING SINCE TAN. 26. IN NEGROS H OKI ! 14 War Old Marjorlc Delbridge H-1.1 in iHtroit for Jus etui? ? ourt. Detroit, Feb. 14. Marione I)? ??ridge, fourteen-yaar old whit- ?-r, ? missing from t'hicago lise* Januar. Ml ss as found at tr-e beBSfl I I Etat I Taylor, a neg-o, here !?'.? to-ni-r?' 1 She is be:nr held fer the itasflajf*| ? o'irt of ? htcsgo Marjori?- ssas the daughttr of ?i actress and v.as gisen by her aiotatr into the care of her MBjN "iiarnm?" i amilla .lackioii. She mot taken fr?r Mrs. laebsea by tbfl Jeveaila '"'in?' Chicago. At the tin:, of bet ?i?-.?.pr"**' ance a dispute as to her BerraBBaal ? guardianship was Beudll | -. Elihu Root Is 72 To-day Bllhll Root ia seventy-tsso years ?*!?! I to-day. According to hifl ? BBS Root, jr., the former Senator from Nr?' York has no plans for ??? I? brating t?'' event. Senator Ree4 re'.un ? York from Lakewood last Baght, ??? i following the preceder.' of sew*?' years, declined to give ml ?ny **birtb dse talk." " ' nlMS&? \\mn Se. e?t ?W/ 56*-5?6 -.c 563 ?.(til JfcvrMir. *A *? ." ?-?o **7'-* 5T1V announce (Id?ilioiut?^mpor?a?ons ?us? reeeiVe? from (heir special representatives' no\0 attend in? tlie normal Openin?fcf the'&?aiUe (?outiire'm$aris ?lupnients received Oia J,w Chicago da%uraine- bspaune C-Jlochambcau are already as? sembled, preseniinu an exten? sile ? representative re0ie\0c>lt ^Ohat (heSprin?tyo?tf \9ili fe GOWNSWRAPSSUITS COATS ?BWUStSS MILLINERY ?-?