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THE SUN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1913.
SIPP SAIS POLICE
Declines They (Sot Hostler
lo Swear to a Felony
UK FKARS EXTRADITION
In Trial Postponed De
spite ( )l)jeetions of His
ohm in i:ns tksti.moxy
ItiiiKiuM1 lii'iniiN Out System by
W hicli ( oinpliiint Arc In-
ct iun led bv Police.
'j. f"tiiM' pi iir.i'ior of
- l -. 1 1' .1! I J II . -tree-, ami
kiwi ..win. wh.i ti-tlllcl that hi-i-.i
-i -.laf, ! I'liltc.-m in I'liRene
uf cii i It f. the Slate before Fox's
'.' i i flb-tnl v. -lold.iv tn.it he
aiti-d t tin t tlw iiilli --cie trying
al .i r .11 a.- agalns hint wnlih
I I -iiIIk Iciv f.if cxtr.idlt.nii
', a . ha".- Imm'H it -i nlt-llt fur two
1 i n.r i ill ii S i' might lif
. I II. ti f ini-il in ri'turn t.i New
' i:n Ni v.urU to npp-.tr n- ,i wit--cini.-t
I " wlun urged i,. ilu mi
l mM h i ir.onil that urtnlu tin-u
-,- -w Sw.itioi's. -'.iff h.itl p--f-.i
,i lnwili-r mi 1 a n .t wasner
-a , - 'n 1 1 .ii li-m in trll ii -tot y
v. . I.!-!' In- smile in! to miw
. t. mi .i ihiiico "f fi'lmiv.
i S.pp si'al In hnil In-i ll III
I ji-iii- to I 'nil. f-1 1 ! ! 1 1 ti.i r t r.s
in il .!- m-ci . i! nttldav il
I . I III .1 of I'ol.i-i-lll.lll Fn
- - .. :.su't of Sipp- iinil 'I'll mi. is
: r. - t u-lct of i lm ttoti. wn
i 1 tdav tof iinotli.-i week.
1 .--i-' ili- ttt jurSilU tiun of
t 'i p.ii tnit-nt ;iiii Dorian has
G-iit-.t. iniin.l for I'os. oli.
I i'ii- cnltt'lltted stispe n-lnn of
i , . - .-- , i . t-i ins ti-i pav while
. ...i- Issis. and Insisted that
III. mid of i itli- r Slpp
n !i.';niir.a to testify against
iilcPtuan .loint .1. ,
t Mrs Mar;, tlomle. '
ill irjiti nl.n anil was
..I i '..iiim.hs-lon.r W'al-h mi-
I at la.- postp inemi nt w.i'
- - ra I-- ,if tl.e nli-eiu-e ..f a
' ! v. a rum-. i i-.l th.i- this w ,t-
i Mi - 1 lev- It. warilrohe tn
a t lu at tloal proiliiition. who j
i - ;i fiom Mr. .MnrrN. from j
M - (I -oile n reiltly tPIlt" ! a
.1 Klf'.J -seconl Flli-et. ;
l-iii al- . Iinil It ;.iat Mr j
- ti .tininnv misht have a l.eir
"i. . a-.- .if laHvnnl .1. Miilwmex.
'nia m. I ln-otln r-ln-law of I'om-1
,. Wal.-'i. wl-.o wa.s .s'lspr-mlcil I
i ii . .o n r aftrr r ti.nl ropurtt-il
hail la.keil witii M--. Ilooilo. tint
li.-nl i fu(l i-i apin-ar at tliej
.; .-..- l it- r a, i .ifeil atpl i
' I i- p . Ill lll't repr.l t. He W.TS
I -.1 ilu" nn Tli'irwlav
it. in' .-stPtla aiain urced
--iwin Wal-li lo have Mrs.
ItiI fur i-nnti tnpt In rpfu--wev
ine.sttnns ti-Katilmi: her
p State The trial I'ollimis
'i. w.oil'l cniis(ii.r Ii Ho also
, i-.ti.il nn 1 1 1 M nt 's niotlon to
..f Mis lioiiil.-'H tpstlmnny
. ril 'cause of lift- retual
i H - iiii'.xtluns
i; lnrpli.'. -atinrnpy fot
- anil i 'I at Ii s I Mihplli-r. iitnlrr
- n a i luirac nt lir.li.nu a witness
0 -i icfllt s liiinl..' t"liltlol .
.. i . ii . 111 isinner of i 'on. , tiou
-I. id. i i ittt''!.ii i"n 'hat
'..a l iisi i it . itnrnej I'r.-ileri'-k
'.-.-Ii' hail " it ii Miner, who Is
n "i. T.'i'il-s wlthmf Murpln
w 1 -nsciit, Muiph .-mil
i ; ... i-1 i..hl Mao r that the latl.-t
i v.. ii I-nn "ar.ir.- him i-t ilif
a hi a -k.ii him fni inloi mat ion
..ti th.' pi .-.nt sit'iai'iin Mal-r
-.. "in. nn) mfi'i man-in
- i t hi ii v Wltit'ian ntuineil
. I ra
no - onsnli-ialiie
i i irned ni
r- TIipx I
. tlirx fi
t. I. pi . e
. r i: i n v r -1 1 2
t in him lo lus asss.
i'd hint - i-ey. lal cases
, nf pn.-siiile WttllP.'SPH.
ir nnv make u imim?.
ni) of th- matter.M now
al d I" foi e tl " (Jrand
J r- vi.n ' ip. nnvptifs on Momlav
T''p li.stri. ' Attoiney.s nun havr
'-r. infm ml .that it wii Mr. .loio ph--
r-'ilmei who-o home Is In Wrrt
t cite, it -tiert who mti iiliic.-d Manny
to Mr. f'.nndp The Investleatorf
pte '-nlicht In qet Mr." I'illmer tn tell
"In' she knows ahuiit Mans, hut havp
'n unable in rin so althoush Mm.
Annir. Miller who hvrs with her. mark
'h ioind,iir on whlrh l'ou-pmn
PurVi.mrl an'. WeldrtkPhr wci p triPil
t-rfnrf iptmt I 'oinini-slriiiPl Walsh
Mdrrni.-iti lain'-s Smith one of the
Tanironnt on tuber- of ihr- I'liitan roin
ni i'pp lieilaicd m 1 1 oppiilni; of yc
'rrrl.n a -rs-inn of the rimit'ittr . that
fc would vote iisalnM appioii iiIIiik
more mnnet f"i ill,. Invcstlu.'ition The
roiftnn W'l'l i imp lo i Mile liefnre the
Horirii of A Met men Mondat
apt .Irili it n firni-'tv, who had to-
' ppr all nf wie ..(in aii'l ptrt
Hiinttipr til.. kp wiu witness lieml
- es r rd.iv III" lostimouv wa- cum.
r-p'nl i'api Sn-ie Mrpci mutt was n-
- 'tl- nd tn be oil h.illd fn! tile nfNt
T .r riupstliins akPll of I 'lip' ClrilH-
dial' chlelh wt'.h fie omlf-lon of
r rlr-.sr rlptlnnH of nlr-i;oil (ie.'itlon.iblc
rpnrt- .iiol ramliUti!; houses from the
'v of uupi'toil pl.ices, .Mr. Mltckiier
Tied '. flew tli.it 'ho I'.illcc Com
'nirslonei has no tncHris r.f UiiowIiik
f ' in rxlstriii-e nf the create i' iarl
the iltv's ii - s t in I i.i I 1- plai-cH. The
iiitlnMt.in wa that thcio wrrr- oppiir
"mlt ii-i for ttraft so loin,' ns such places
were kepi front the t 'riiumJs.sloner't
Mi lw-1'.iier broiiK'i: r..u the fact
'h-t written i iimplalll'.s rcreMi jit l.
p 1cirliniarti is are turned im-r to
nxfinctnivs ot c-aitalns f.u- ln iMilRiiilon.
Mi finon minis letter of this -nrt sent
the P 'Jen Coinink-sirmcr on Mav I3lwnrl upon It reafed led lo the Govern-
lut eninplalniil about .'cveral ilace?
nr! I'harKed tliat the captain of thei
fifteen h rirr-i-ltiet, who at tha' limn
io n-mht noil thi. Insnecii nf Hie '
iK-.'1-li win was I'aiaiane. wr'p ae'
i s ptotci u unmet
The Indor.ti mi nia i-n the rnniplaint
and rhe police records examined by the
Cut-ran InteatlKaturs snowed tliul the
complaint was en- In- Hi" Commls-
floor M SI- -irt.-ll) t., !!tpl-ll(,- fall.!-
lane in u "infortii.itlon " ntnl Calm
alio ti-t.irticil l! with thi- Indorsement
lid' tlii contents hail been notril ntlil 1
"proper pallci- tit'tloti taken." Tin- In-.xpi-c-lur
i-nt a tops to i irmshy for In-i
M'-oiv'.moii ami ti'p.it-i, nnii the cap
turn tit.nli' ii rrport to Cnhalanc re
Knrillim tin' plat-ox iiii-ntlonrtl.
When a icpntt Is called for It l
always iiiailr. innl In tome Instances
arrests arc shown as Inking plm-i soon
nfti-r tin- tii-elpt of the i oinpl.iliit Ii).
!he itispoi tor.
nn of these anonymous letters, the
'.'ip:aln iultiil!ti-il, was followed liy hi-t-'
rip ciMi-d by telephone In appo.ii- be-fiii-
Commissioner U'.ililo, Tlia! Idler,
wtifoti December I'.i. I!i. i-oiiiplaltii-il
nliout a :.ico Iti K.ist 'I'lilt-ti-i-titli sit eel
ami -a 1.1 that allhnimh It
ll.lll hri II
tallied four times lv the polho.
tlii-.-o oi-c-a.ilotiH tho tu-i-i".-,ir. i t nt--i -li.nl
not aiMK'nti-il at tin- trial, an I lit.
.il! t.ip tin- pl.-u-o Ii.nl hit-n n -ipi-in-il
at oiu-o 'rin- h-tii-i ihtiihi'iI till' ptc-l
I'itn't i omtnatiilf-r In L'f-tn'ial ti-itii of
"It Klio ilil liao lii'i'n tlitowti l-i
v.ili' paper li.i.lti't." ho v.1,.1 uf tin-
n-r. iiiiiioiiii ii.- n-iii.il Kill that in- w.inlil
Ill V nwt li.i I ii Hi.nii ii...MU ......I .1.-1. ... ..I. '
lllon.llloil.H c.illllll.llllt IIUlli-
ncaln-M the men iinil-t him. I national I .ml cm ''..irnii-nt Worker.
. ii..ui i... a....it i ... i. .i.
... n. i.- m i iiu.-ii in ii ii u.c i oiim l -
Ii the (oniinl-Klonct anil I
" Ufoiliul that he ilhl nut
hliiiM-lf on the
liellcvc he hail
a tluht lo Hnalh he
i-alil that the Cotnttily.-'lonor tohl him to
i-loM. up the plaec anil that he ill. t
clou- It up lie luluiliii-il that the i-otn-
, plaint, awlilo tiinn :h- utaftlni;. n-
Ahlei man linuliiv uot the uiptalu to
tell the rent of the i om 't ;lt lull. .llllh
M .'llll'.-l lllllt other ll,lt CM inentlollell
In tilt' Ictlel line of til.'.-" plaiex lines
not appeal on th" .nispeiteil list, the
i-apialn salil. I au-e the polhc ha.-
tin , lllellte I1M et.
.Ml I'.IU'knel a-teil I 'apt IIIMlMiV If
he hail not lu-eu atiSiO i- to tiriniti.ite
lll tesl llllotn . The i.lplalll ilelllill tills
anil salil he tt.ii uiHinu In stav all
wlijtci. Theic hac liien tepoits almm
the 'llv Hall to i lu- i-rt'eit that i-.-ttaln
AMi-tmen who eli-ei-t lo f -it nlshlllK thole
money llil'l ta'lii-il with the raptalu
ahotit his prntiai-teil teim as a witness
In entitle- tint! vi"' Hie t-siannnv of
the captain M: !;i.,uri aiiuoiiii'eil
to the committee tl ai tl.e ln estlyatois
hail founil that an-. s'" hail In i n tn.ule In
thll t -th f allcRi'il ii'iestlonahle rcsotts
in th" l'lfth sttc.-t pi.-i-lnit ilurlnu iait.
i ii tnsliv's stav tliete ami that not one
of them over appcateil on the siispciteii
llsl. i 'apt dinisl'V i-Milalneil that he
ilhl not coiisliler tn-m ini.-stlonalilc te-
jsnits liceallye tli-v Wele f III lllslll'll
'a list prepaii
cnmnilttec prnilmcil j
' I'nliec l '111111111-. I
w '.iP h thec places
.- mail'- w. te in.-n- i
n thl- l!-t was ttnil- i
lat to that on
coiillns; to Mi
tn. smi met ilhl
foi in ". linlliatliiK. ac
It'n l.nei. ih.it the i 'om
mil ..yclmli- t irni-ln il
tooins f ; did tin- i 'a-' iilcai Iwi when
-lloWll tn lie tei .'llt-'ll I I lll' -tlnh.ll.l"
The committee nil i . i : . i : -. . i i t- . o.lnlt
Tic -ii i'. :-n i
I-OSDICK AIDS CURRAX.
'lollllo lniiilr In lllslilcl lllil Nnl
iMtinnil It '".-tin U fiir'ner i oiiimls
ei of Aicniint-. k'ivc l-is t.-stlmonv
re a ii force efi'tilav In tile ul!
.lamli r hi-nmht "v A ilHtinati llenrv
'iilian. ihailiua-i .r the Alilirm.inli
cwiimiiti in i htttatiht? Ho- I'nllc- I
paitmeiit. aitam-t y..i nr H.-imvi Hi
was i.ill'il a- a witness l Mi I'ui'an
Mr I'.isiilik l.-s'ltl. il that Ii - h.ol
lii.il. cil intn urtii'.ii matt-i - in Mi
I'urrans ilistrlit mil that lu talkcil
tli" inittir over with llairv M lti.-x,
tiun Ho- chi.f evatnin. r and latet one
of Ml Knsdlek s so s-ors as I'nm-
lll!-siinet - "W- icii ni.' Mr l'nsilir'
sa il, ' ti .-it tin e w.i- tiwhim.- in it tl-it
I'unlitati 'I Mr ('iriaii t.-r.-onallv "
Ml r..-.' w.i- a-'nl ,f Mr rtltc
had s.i ill wIic'i't h had reported l.-i-fi
i to tin- .Mai'i
' Mv r.isdlcli replied "II" told
iro that ii" tnli! tin- M.iwh il.it lie
told tin that lie told tl Ma- n that In
didn't think that there w.t- anthlnj
In tin- allld.ivi' that ti'a- r, scrim
I slM- tlic,-p answpf- iindei- pro'cs'
hu: It ilnpju't ,eeii to do an Co .0 I
liny say In jii'tlie tn Mi I'i-e that
the ia afterward wo had ano'ie- . nn-..'i-ation
alici- th" matter .i-il 'e
v, i Mutt'-. in-i!sna:i; at m- i- .its- I
I wi 'ft n a Ict.'i 'n M- ' .- r "l I
I I -1 ii " i wan- -. so Mr !!!! n am
tii.iil'.i I t', u i' i- alisiitd "la In-
iwild i inie arn any trouble frotn'h.. "
FREE ENTRY FOR WOOD PULP.
Onrher loilltte nn Oritrr in I'leitse
t llrr I'npri- lnnnfjirtnrrri,,
' ittaw .inn 3 Th Jnbcc CSnvprn
' man. tin. made an nrilr-r in rroin. II
niodlfvinc f" order l-sueil in April.
K'in. prohlb.Mn: tp export of pulp
woo,! ci' from Crown lanil" Th ilr.
tn'.is rf the order have been kept frr.tn
thp piih'ir. but It was Iparnnl In-nlcht
that it was mndp a' the rpqupit nf Hip
lpadlnc "annrtlan pappr manufnrtiirprs,
wl'n fouti'l tliat Hip onlv rlnusp of thp
trrlproc-.tv nrt which became rffpctlvp
plrti-f") thpni In a position Infprlor In
cmuuli.in manufni'ttirprs who ownrrl
tlnihi-r lands, the wood and rpsultant
pajpr from which were rntltlPd to free
pntrs to thr- 1'nltPil States unilpf clausp
.' of the rpi'iproclty act
TIip ordor spi aside rprtnin areas
owneil hv llio l.aurnntlile, Helo.( 'nnn
dlan. Ilrlre Hros and WaaKamnck
paper companies nml cprtlflcs that Hip
wood on them may h" exported, I'.y this
ilcxlce the hie Canadian manufacturers
impe to "cure flee cutty for their prod
ucts 'o the rnited sta'es tuaiKci". it
is said hefp to-nlsht that tbe whole
si liemi' I- a ilevlce tn cvad" the oils
trims i-epiiiatlons of the rnited Slates
MAY REPEAL GRAND TRUNK ACT.
Hill I'lleil to MliieU ew Hut en Truf
Uri.-KiN. .I.in. .1- A hill was filed at
the State House tn.ilay provldliiK fni
Hie icpoal of the so-calleil Cirnnd Trunk
net of lam year, which kiivo tne mhuii
phi ,'i w HnKlan'l Itallroarl Corporation
authority to extend I'h lines In .Massa
chusetts. Tho Southern New Hmtlnnd was the
subsidiary road which was in he con
structed nn nn extension of tho (iratul
Trunk Into .MiiKsrichusett.s, Huston ninl
itbitile Island, and when construction
The purpose nf tin.- bill is to prevent
thr Interests behind Hie Southern New
lunula ml from resiimin
case tile N'elt
-.a'lons In this State in
Haen lla.lro.ul docs live iii to the
tianic iiRrtrment which il has offered
to the Grand Trunk.
BIG CLOTHING STRIKE
Wm'st mid Itrcss Miiinifiictnrcrs
Now Ucih1 for (fen
I'KACK KI'KOWT TOO l.ATK
(iiirmcnt Workers .Mciintimc
Try to Siimsli Wny lnt
I'iipalalli.n-" lil'i- l)--ll)K 111. oh- l the
ait anil ilret. iii.innf!ii-tiltei! for tin
iteneral tt ll(i' of Will-itlllalii'l Htlil
ilri'tsniaKi'l" whn h linn Im-i-ii ileelili-il on
i.itnl 'i due In ten il.iy. TIiIh -ttilo-
the' i,, ii.. f,i!lii.'il li n ;r'li' of vMilte
I'' - I iiooiU anil k I n i . hi - anil wranti.-f iiiiU.-ih.
ll'lko '111 Hilt lieell t-.llll I lolU-ll ll
wli. - ev. iilIKe i-iilillllltfic of the llltet -
il,in Millie Mine HUH
T-n,. a- talk niiin. i-k au.i of
..ei,,,. ,. i,i(,i.,eoi In the waiit
......i a,...- maLinu ti.ole. .nillar to the
IKI'.-ellleilt .-.IHlle.l oil In-Half of 1I1P
maniifactiiicrs In tin- cloak and suit In
dusttt and the wutkeis a je.ir or two
,i4,i. whlih had arbitration and media.
Hull il.l'lsi" lll'l etltltlU Strikes. It'll lie-foil-
this can be nrratutcil the stjip
-C'lll- el 1. 1 in to de "lop.
The otllii-rs ot tb Dress and Waist
M.inufin Inters' Assiii'lutlnn for the last
week 'ate lu-eu bust preparing tor the
walkout. Walter II Hallholoinew, sei'
tetary of the liicss and Waist Miniii
factiueis A-.so--lat,in, suminpil up the
situation as follows-
"While there Is not a doubt that the
peine ptotoiii! of the tloak and suit
ui.iniifaciui.-rs and the union bus pre
vented strikes in the cloak and suit
trade, ! would he impossible at the
present time in our lndntr When
llio peare ptn-m-ol was -imied In tne
il-iak and s.i.t trade the loakniakers
li.nl a sttotii utiloti and the manufac
turers ad a -trotic association There
at.- p..s,ii! from ."inn to Tnn waist and
dre.s manufacturers in th" cltv Htnl
abiiit -ivtt of firm In the association.
There ale 40,0011 cirl employ ed in t.'ie
w.i. st and dres- Indii-'.i and onlv a
f.-w th-ni-anil of them are In tbe union.
There an- a number of member tn the
a.-s. ici.itlon who fax or the peace proto
col plan Wliati'M t mav be tin- out-
coin" of the -nil f the dress .-inn
wa .( tii.ik.-ts I dn not know. It may
had to th" i.rcani.atlon nf both -ales
Hint.- i nr.MiL-iih , makinc a permanent
peace, iirr.itiiciti. nt pn.sible
II" mi'.iI that nn arrangement were
In i 'in'i iiip .itioti a! r reent for tllllnc
he strikers' lilac s.
The demands "i the watstmakers will
h" ratified at the ma-s metlnc of these
workets whah will be h-ld In the
Hiptiniltntii" to. morrow afternoon.
I'mhtim; tiiiirku! the -tr.ke of the
caimeiit woik.-is csterda. I'ollce
dubs wet.- diawn and a number of
sttiki-is wele ariestcd
W c liocer- chief mediator of the
State Hoard "f Mediation and Atbitra
tlon arilteil fiom Albany and after
hearim; a n-poit from his subordinates,
went to Vntikers to see what bo could
no to -.'tie the street car strike there
John William-. State Lalsir Commls--iwi'r
al-o was her.- for a few hours.
,t i said
Thomas A l!li k-rt. general presirlPnt
nf tl.e I tilted Citnunt Workets of
Ami-m-a. .itiie on rmtn Clu- nKo and
lonf.irnl at the Hlh'p !..,sewitll Hush
I'ra.Mi.' cetirral oriranizer of the Amer
ican rederntion of Labor. Hphralm
Kauftnan business iiL-ent of the Ciotb
inc Cutlers' I'nlon and -everal other
nfil-.-is nf iinlnns. then attended the
i onft.ten' o with the leprc-enta'ives of
tin- i-mplovers in the looms of the
Chamber of Cnnimeiee
' Th" strike Is the lii i cost in tbe mens
and bios' i-lotliliie trade that has ever
taken plan'." be said "and ovotythlnc
points in Its sui-iissf.il termination for
the stiik.-is I belice tint will win
It may .Mind to nthet cities, but that
will depend on cin umstnncos. Mean
tune tin re Is still a hope that the con
fer.'tii cs under the auspices of the nr
Miration committee of the Chamber of
Cnmmcice mav bad to a settlement"
The notuiK liecan -arl In the day,
the l-u-Rcst ilemoiisttntlon arl-'m: out
of the i in -I'.itioti of a false lepmt at
one of the hcaditiarters of the .-trikeis,
in Itppthovcn Hall. :'lo l-'ifth strict, th.il
-trke breakelS were elllilo)cd by the
Wasblnuton company at Astor place
mid I Jifayelte strppt About l.fiUO
strlkern. principally Ttallans, led by
Tonv Sablno, a leader in the Italian
branch of the union. iuit the hall and
stormed the WnshlnKton company's
fin tore Manv women were In the
crowd and most carried umbrellas,
which they used as wenpnnh when en
trance to tbe bullrilnc was barred by
I'ollcenien HoRers. Kitpfritln and Bald
win AlthoiiRh the bluer-oat, made a
determined stand, several women Rot
behind them and poked them In the
backs with their umbrella: until calmed.
A representative of tho firm said that
no one was at work and offered to let
u committee of the strikers ro throiiRb
the worktooms This did not Mtlsfy
the cmwil which started aRnln to rush
the policemen The rooms wete barri
caded and Mutineer llen.'nmln Mitrx
telephoned for reserves Meantime the
women. tlnhtlnR like furies, Jabbed rlRht
and left with their umbrellas and In
their excitement sometimes Jabbed
.strikers Several wumen tried to Ret
into the elevator, but the operator shot
the elevator up to the top floor. .Mean
time the reserves came, and forming n
tlyinK wi-dRe illporscd tho strikers.
Anotlirr riot developed at the mer
chant tallnrlnR factory of Mark Ana
helm, Ninth street and Hi midway, where
there were llt'v armed Kiiards. A crowd
soiiRht to friRliten fifty workers Into
Roltm on strike The uiiardH were ie
enforced by several policemen anil the
strikers, ItRhtlnc furiously, made an at
tempt to stotm the doors, but were
beaten l-ark I'ollce reenforcemciits. ar
rived and the ciowd was scattered, but
not befrue flvo arrests wore, made. N'o
,nno was Injuicil seriously.
In Hrooklyn strikers nttacked the
clothltiR factory of Andrew DomaRal
ski at 192 i:ei iirccn avenue, u small
concern, In irylnu to Induce a number
of workers to quil They smashed win
down mid ballcrcd in doors, hut did not
Ret further than tlu entrnnre, l'olico
rcsr-i'ves arrived with a patrol wntton
and the rioters lied after eiRhti-en had
Several rioters, were fined yesterday,
A nier-tlnR of the executive committee
of the GlotlllnR Trades Association wart
held at the Hotel Hrevoort, nfter which
I'rcsldeut I'URcui licii.laniln mlmlttril
thai tin- strike v.ati a ttetious mo ll
mid that if tin i e was cot n settlement
toon tho mnnufitelurers would employ
strike breakeiB. Then he went to the
praci- ronferrnci- Willi ttip irprpeontti.
iIvi-m of the union In Hip Cliiimlipr of i
t'ottinii'ti'p IOOI11.H I
Tin' ."trll.i- I'oititiiltlpp InhipiI a .tali-.
incut at llio Ullilo Hemic to tin- effect (
that (he HtrlUc hail pxtPtnlnil. pspei-lully
In llroohlyn It i.'ae a IIM uf tiun-.
atfcctcil for the tlrnl time In Manhattan
mill wiiii that In NYw.it k filio worl,p.i
A mas." tneetlnK of the Ptniiloyep of i
Alfrnl Hi-iijantln . Co., l-'ielioof & Co.
anil ii not her la iki- tlrm wiih held ilurliiK
the ilay anil niPPtltiKx of tile Ntrlki-ts
were lielil In hnllM al! over the city.
ITALY GETS BARGAIN STATUE.
I'roeiirt- I'ret'ii-ltoiiiHii tlritnre
ItMII.IMMI, Worth mi oil, Ollll,
f profit Vnbtf litpntrh in Thi. Jin
lioMC, .Ian. 3 .The Italian Govern
incut has acquired fot t.Ki.nn'l a Gieco.
... ....u. ........... s,- ,.- ttn.ii, ., u
nini.'nin. it repii-spins a youin, prooa
blv a Renolls or tu'eliiiy, which was dis
covered In a Held at Hassano. tu-nr
Slurl, once a limit l-hlii-,- Ktrusc.iu city.
Manv art ilealets moloted lo Kas-anu
and nfli'ii-tl up to half a million funics
for i ho statui'. Inn a nou.i'ommssnniil
nllli el' nf tile Cm'lb.l ni-.-rs selleslc ell It
an. I sent a despatch tn the illiiclnr of
Ilu- Alchn oloRical Depart tncul bete tell-
1 ti c him of the tind
I'lie latter I eah.i il
lis value and pointed out I nut tile Gov -
etniuetit was entitled to half ownership. 1
Ml-lice e iliro'i, ......v... 'lllipi-n-..li. ll
ami ttti' i.nverntneni carried mi tne
slaliie. which I- of Hie size and cmislil- j
"' "" "pecuiieiis .... Tw ,,,,,. ,,, f dvlnu t.
.-Mstence. pinblein ate submitted bv the wilier.
The statue l admlrablv pi rvedi,,,, i;,,,,,.,,,!,, hl,n ,,ay ,,..
and is covered with cbatactei istlc RI en ,,.,.,. s,ltI1 ln ,,.,,,, fr territory
paiiua ill" eyes are nouow aim w"ie
vldcjitlv ortRliiallv- tlli-il wuh
el "I' I
SPANISH SMUGGLERS KILL NINE.
4ltiicL 1'iirl) of Iterilniucii. Woilliil
I'lmrlrrn noil lrnl .".,
pfrtal I'tititf Itnprilr'i to Tar Si
VM.KS'r-v-no-Ml.s'ilo. I'ottURal .Ian 3
Nine cowboys were kl"'-d and fomtei-n
were Inliired tn this lowu to-day In a
llRht with a RatiR of sihurrIi rs who
catne ov'et the l-'spano-l'ortURUesc flon
tier, attacked ,lne Mutllhiies. a uittln
bt ler. and his ranchmen and Rot aw.iv
with :..miu in cash
.Miiriuiaes anil ins in"ii weie sei upon
as they were nn their way home to .
th province of Minim after makltiR I
a tour of Spanish fair towns, at which
thev had sold several herds of prize
bulls Tin- smucRlets attacked the
ranchmen from behind the shelter of
rocks. cuttltiR down many of them In
the tirst fusillade
Tlie cattle breeder was seriously
e cattle breeder was seriously l
i. but his men carried him w Ith j
ns they retreated The encounter
,ia' such a savace one that they were
ibllRed tc leave the rest of the Injured
Tin- civil authorities of Mlnho have
started n pursuit of the murdrio.i.s
JAMES WILL AID MYLIUS.
I'hH Kiflliir l'nraln
(i'irtl "at t.npa'rH tn Tar Si
lutt, .Inn. 3 - Falivard Helton .lames,
nephew of the late Prof. William .lames
of Harvard, to-day annunced that ho
would ail for New York to-morrow on i
the steamship l.a rrovence to am r.o- ,st,,P , t:iU up arms iiRaln lo com
w!n Myilus, tbe Hrltlsh Journalist, vvh-i p,q Trj,y to Rive complete satlsfac
s detnlned nt Kills Island bv I nlted ' ,Inn f,,r ,. sm-rifices Ills country lias
States ImtnlRrathm autnorliles
MvIIim I- denied admlilon to the
I'nl'i-I S'ates liis-ausp lie is an e
ennv lc : 11 served .i term In an F.nK
i,h p-isnn for llbellinR Kins GeorRp.
.lames will Ro before Secretary N.iroI
of tb. Department of Commerce and
Labor as soon as he reaches .smeneajci
and Rive Information which he said will
clear Myilus nf ah blame and Insure C
his admlss-ion In the 1'nlted States
DENY FRANCIS JOSEPH IS ILL.
lennn Itrpnrt ""njn Kmpernr Is I'ol
Inrrlnii Ills oslooinry Itnntlne,
Sptnn' r nhl iifsTlr- tn Th r Si -VtrsM.
.Ian 3 NotwithstatielliiR the
report reietved nt Home In repaid to
the health of Kmpernr Francis Joseph,
another ofllr-.al denial that the aReil
monarch Is In poor health was issued
lo.nlRbt It is stated tha' tbe Kmpernr
Is fnllnvvitiR h-s customary routine Hp
holds nucllences anil walks nir every
CXAN MACKENZIE SINKING.
I.lfehnnta in In llmrne nf nrltlsh
lenmer Off I shunt.
fip'ruit Cnhtr lltipntrh tn Tlir. "r
rtRKfT. .Ian 3. The Hrl'Nh (eam.hli
Clan Mackenzie l. reported to be In a
slnklnR condition off Fsbant Lifeboats
have pone to her asstrtance.
on January 1 the Clan .Mackenzie was
reported stranded on the Laboja Ileef
Her captain refused to declare the
nature of the carso of the vesse
HYDRO'S PASSENGER DROWNED.
Pllnt veil When Mnrhlne Tumi
Tnrlle Off FVeneh fnnt.
fipr'tnt fnhlr rnr"tch tn Tnr. Srv
I'xnts, Jan. 3. The passenger of u
hydroaeroplane was drowned, but the
pilot was saved when the machine,
which was snlllnR from Fecamp to
Calais, turned turtle to-day
LEFT BIG SUM TO CAMBRIDGE.
Hnt I'lerKjmnn flerrred Thai Ills
.Nnnir lan't lo Br I'erpelnalrrt.
fprrmt Cable pfpfitfn tn Tar. St
London. Jan. 3.-The !!ev. Dr John
Kills, whoso will was probated to. day,
left more than S500,000 to Cambridge
Fnlverslty with a request that his
name should not be attached tp any
bulldlnR or other work to which the be
quest may be devoted.
FLASHKS rfO.M TUK C.XHI.K.
CAPK TOWN' Seven men were killed unit
eveml niher Injured by an expln.lon at
the fie lleers dynamite wnrks In Uii tnn
nf (,omeret VVi-n. iwenty-tli' miles from
llON'A. Alltern -The Ounirrl liner Tyrla
riuieil ninl tirnimh' In tn thin port ninety,
cliflii of tlie paenger a nil rrew of I lie
Kruicti mull "learner faint Aiifiietln mu
lling between Mrelle Hnrt Algiers The
Palr.i Augiistln foumlereil Jun after mM
nUhi, "Idle th' Trl hart her In tnw
SMVn.N'A The Turkl.h sailing veee
Theoilnrea nf SSii tens r,a tilon up by a
floating mine at the entrance to Hmyrna
lll.VAs. for ugal line perimn 'rTr-liille.1
ami nine ethers .fr.nuily Injurnl by Ihr
i tttr.1 imp sen re eafil front an inennr
a,i tun hr aue of fin hi 'ne aetuiti Tho
Itl.herl hnnling through he ieea fo- .nine
lime feierl hour pase.l before tnt-y were
TURKS TO ACCEPT
TERMS OP ALLIES
I'nnllniied frntn first Van'-
from the outset, but by her neutrality
she has enabled Htilpiirla to expand to
an enormous extent.
The writer's sympathy ! stronRly
on the side of (he Itumanlanc He evi
dently considers HtilRarla's reluctanco
to come to tetms and the Inclination to
put llumnnlii off with thanks as being
.shabby , especially as HtilR.irla bpforo
the war Indltectly riivc her neighbor
In understand that b'-r noti-lnterferonco
would be rewaided.
The comtnentato!- at the ame time
He likens her
I posltliin to that of a man who Is asked
to submit to the amputation of a nor
mally heallhv limb and takes account
of the illtllciilty ii f persuailltiR the Hul
I Kalian peopele In .salictlull the cedlnR
. uf a strip of leriiloi-i . Ituliiiiiian -tales-I
men, loo. assert that this cession vvuiild
be uiii'oiistllutlon.ii, as their la-Rlsla-ture
s unable tn lake any such step
11... ii... ....... ., n. ... "... ..,a.i,..,.
., ' ',, .,,.. .i '
was H.-ked to Mitiw benevolent neutrality
l.ii.l ..ill ti 1ili.li l.l-le.. thole, lie then
I I'.iiIriii la would
MHW. ,,,, .ddlRi-d
pav nr fall in her enteipr'si
nnii-atla or let the debt of
.... . ,t, .. i ,r. 1 1 1, ittit ti Ii. I.m 1 rrm-ileil us
weluhlnR euiially on nil the allies las
(all profited bv her neutrality i and let
I huIr.ii la b.. compensated by what she
Ri-ls by the chips nf l ot key frntn the
shales nf others.
The writer concludes with a wainlnE
to Huluarla to ai,e nitli this potential
adversary iiuldtly. as th.. Ilumanl.ms
ii'.- undn'ib'edlv luepnled to so to ex
treme li'tiRths to obtain their demands
,f neces.s.nv Tlie present Itumanian
c,iblu-'t Is fiienilly tn HulRatia. hut if
the latter Is obdmate public opinion In
I Itilniiiriia mat install a nationalist ad-
,MIHt on . w h'a h won'. I exact dues
from itulRatla to the iittrimo.t
A "HulRHi'ian statesman of authority"
in titulon Is quoted as sayiiiR that a
Itumanian attack on HulRatia s In
i unreliable It would be an act of
pure nR-ties-dim nf which he did nn'
belleie P.uiu.inla wtual be capable. If
!i did iicciir, however, he said, public
pinion In Itussia would compel this
l'"""'n 'V T.
1 '"; ,!,1,s1, '
It i mania
iL-n i Htlco y.-stenlay
l mnrnlnR ter.-lved from representatives.
nf tin- Albanian provlslunal Government
a map of Albania Willi tin- boundaries
ib-slred In- them outlined upon It The
acceptance of this plan would deprive
Greere. Serv la and .MonteneRio of half
the land thev hale (onqlleled
The I'rench. German. Itusslan, Aus
ttlnu and Italian Ambassadors, who are
ha vine sessions In London, have been
askrd bv the Halkan allies to decide
the fate of Adrlanople There Is a
rumor that this furtiess has fallen Into
the hands of the allies, hut I has not
KlnR Ferdinand of HulRiiria expressed
l in Sofia a hope of peace. He said, bow-
ever, that be and bis country will not
Vienna reports that Austila and Italy
ale iilanuliiR to land a Joint force in
Albania Immediately nfter tlie Loudon
m-Rotlatlons come to a (lose. Tills will
be done In order to pnclfv the Albanians
and eel a first foothold in chanRlnv;
Many letters have been enl to the
rand Vizier of Turkey vvarnliiR lilm
I that death will be Ills falP If he sur
renders Adrlanople to the Halkan allies.
I The Turkish deleRatPs are ntiRry be
'cause of the nature of the Instructions
I Riven to them by the Government and
have sent hot letters home. They thorn--elves
refuse to accept the responsibility
for wbnteier peace arraiiRements may
A despatch from Athens says Hint
the Turkish Rarrlson on the Island of
Chios, l.-oo men. surrendered condi
tionally to the Greeks yesterday after
a stubborn flRht In which the Greek
a l iny was supported bv the fleet The
booty captured Includes a quantity of
arms and ammunition and stores. The
Greeks now hold the Island.
"TIMES" SEES PEACE AHEAD.
flnth Mrtra In Conelltnlory Atlllnrle
larnapeela nf f'nnil Itranlla.
Spfltt Cnhlr Pupntrh fo Tnr Si x
Lonpon, Jan. 4 The Timr.i says that
'. Is Inferred from the nnxlety of tho
Turks to resume the conference to
Jay (Saturday ) Instead of Monday, as
demanded hi the nIPes. that they have
prepared to crant further concessions,
while the fact that the allies no lotiRer
Insist upon their orlRlna! boundary line
provided the town of Adrlanople Is
reded to thni shows that they are
also animated bv a conciliatory dispo
sltlon. Discussing the conference between
Jonefeu and Daneff. the Twin says It
was not productive of any res-alls. Hut -sarla
is wlllltiR to concede a frontier
which shall follow a tralttht line fiom
Slllstrla to the Hlack Sen. The Ruman
ians, however, want much more. They
propose that the boundary shall Include
the triaiiRle from Slllstrla lo Haltchlk
and Jllantyk, hut leavinR IlazardJIk to
HulRiiria. The Rumanian proposal In
this respect Is not serious, nor do they
Intend tn back It by force.
I'nder the ndvlce of Russia tlie Hut
Rnrlans nte wIIIIiir lo rIvc something;
lo Rumania as an earnsst of their
friendly feelliiRs, but they dispute the
alleRed mntlvea of Rumania's neutrality.
RUMANIA RATTLING SABRES.
I nsntUflrrl and lmna llenriy tn
Hlrlke nl IliiUnrla.
Special Vabte Prtpate'i to Tht. Srv
IjONpon. .Ian 4. M. Joneseu, the
former Rumanian Minister of Finance,
hud another conference yesterday with
M. Daneff, the leadlnK HulRarlan dele.
Rate, and will have still another talk
with hlrn to-day
The Morning I'ost In spcukltiR about
the trouble between Rumania and Hul
Kurla quotes nnonymously"a leadlnK Ru
manian authority" as sayitiR that al
IhoiiKh the sword Is half out of the
scabbard botween Rumania and Hul
Rarla war Is not yet Inevitable, Never
theless conditions which have been lonsr
developing; have brouKht matters to n
M, Joneseu III till Interview said em,
phatlcally that Rumania was not satis
lied. iiic.' mobilization war, officially
announced, he said, II would mean Im
A remarkable offering to-day of
10,464 pairs of
Men's Silk Hose
values 50c & 75c
these silk hose values will
carry you off your feet
I Every pair perfect. Made of fine quality silk,
and obtainable in black, tan, navy, gray, ma
roon, lavender and purple, and the following
two-tone effects; red & black, navy & white,
purple & black, green & black, and many others.
ITALY BUYS COAL HERE.
Report lt5 "lie lllijl-cls to lllull
frier nf Welsh I'roillicl.
CAiunrc. -Ian. 3 An order for 2on.(o
tons of coal has been plnted in America
by Italy, which has hepn RettlnR l' 00c-
iinil tons a year from Cardiff M N sad
that the hlph price demanded for Wlh
coal Is the reason fot the latRe Ameiican
order. Italy has a coal depot of Its own
at Cardiff. Ksvpt recently placed a sim
ilar order in the I'nlted States
Local dealers say that the mal shipped
abroad s principally bituminous or
FELIX DIAZ'S AID SHOT.
lUurri tteerlert In "Bll friilH'leo nf
III Kteenllnik llereiiilier -II.
Sis- Fi'.ixi'lsoo, .Inn 3. Word was re.
ceiveil hen- to-dHy of the execution In
Mexico city on December 13 of P. L.
1-3. ib-1 Filnpo Glera. who had a me
teoric career In San Francisco financial
circles ilurlnR a period of ten years
centrinR on the fire In Hon!.
Tin- Information, ii-ceived In a private
leiier, was to the effect that Glera.
after accept InR a colonelcy In one of
Modern's rcRlnionls, tierame Inti
mate with Fells Dia. and was captured
I in Diaz's ranks when the Intter's revn-
lutlon dissolved at Vern Cru A court
muitlal convicted Glera of IiIrIi treason,
the letter said, and he was bllndfotdcd
and shot with bh back to the wall
SAYS A MADERO AGENT
Cnliinet Mhiixtei'in Wsliinrt(ii
to rersii(le V. S. Thinir
Aren't So find.
Wvsiiisoto-:, Jan. 3 - Setutt Pedro
L.iscuraln. Minister of FoteiRn Affairs
nf Mexico, spent more than an hour with
Sectetary of State Knox to-day in an
uideavor to prove to him thai coiuli
tiona In Mexico are not as bad ns advices
to the State Department Indicate. Senor
Lascuraln's Interview with ihe Secre
tary of State followed a nltntl.tr talk with
President T.ift lal evenlllR.
ti... xievii-nn ntllclal also endeavored
to prove tn Secretary Knox that the
Madero Government is makltiR every
effort to restore piMce in the southern
e-....nhiic in stitioort of this coiilention
be cited recent movements of troops In
Ihe northern States and said mat iiesi
dent Madero Is usIiir every resource of
i... i;..,-..r.tii.-iii in siintiress the disor
ders. It Is understood lie also submitted
to Secretary Knox letteis ami icsunio
resldlni; in Mexico In
iiii.i- .1--... i-
suiiport of lili ronientlons reRafdltiR the
cfTottsof tbeMaderoGovernment and the
success with which It Is meetltm Senor
Lnscuraln made no specific requests of
the rnited States (iovernmeni. nor urn
he have any special proposals to make,
in. . leit Ii wis said, was solely for the
purpose of presentlnR the situation tn
Mexico In as ravotanic a ukiu as ii!jnr
i .,!.,, ii- tnr the continued sympa
thy and forbearance of thet'nlted Stales.
While Senor lscttrain was lanMim
with Mr. Knox, however, despatches
were beinR received at the Department
rIvIiir an account of how Mexico city
was plunRcd In darkness two nights apo
..i.nn the rehels succeeded in breaklnR
all transmission lln between the elec
tric liRbt and power plants twcniy-no
miles away, and the capital. Not only
were llRhts In the city extinRiiished but
the city electric tallway system was
obllRed to suspend operations. The city
.. . ..-uiiniit nower until noon tbe next
lav when connection was established
with another 1ant of the same com
pany. It Is reported from Mexico city
that there was a plot to take the capital
the followhiR niRhl under cover of dark
ness, which was frustrated by power
beinR obtained from the second plant.
Senor Uwuraln will return to New
York to-morrow. It is understood hero
that he Is endeavorlilK to ncfiotlate a
llft.OOO.nnO loan for Mexico and hope
to obtain the money In New York
LEGISLATURE IN DEADLOCK.
l.lllle llnpe for Klertlnn nf riepnh.
Ili-nn WrM lrB"l eimnr.
i,. .ar,iv W Vh.. Jan. 3 With the)
State Senate deadlocked, fifteen Republi
cans and fifteen I)ejnocratV over the
choice uf a President, the outlook for
that bodv electing a Republican t'nlted
.ItatfH Senator I- discouraging. It may
he iv.eeks yet befoie Ihe Legislature U
Gfiv. Olanscoelt In his message to the.
legislature will strongly urge that body
to submit the woman suffrago question to
the voters of the State.
American filrl In Wed Abroad,
Special rahte Petpatrh tn Tux Stv
Uinpon. .Inn 3 Th- engagement l ,
announced of Frances, the daughter of,
I ; . .olbi..i of Detroit, Mich ami Alan
Wakefield. Srtimileir, an olllrer of ihe Six.
at 3 tt H Street
FUNERAL OF MR. KEENE
nt the Cliurcli
line .Wen-ion. Fifth Ave
.mil Tenth Street.
rMiiiiiite. nf Kni'tlllie He l.clt
Vary From .SiO.ttno.nim
At laiiRenients were made yestr-.li'
for the funeral se-vkes fur Jamrs P.
Keene nt the Church of the Ascen-io.i.
l'lfth avenue and Tenth siteet. next.
Mondav. The hmly was removed from
the sanitarium in which the financier
, died earlv yesterday mornlns to an tin-
' dertaker's rooms in Nineteenth street
Tlie burial will he in the Kcene famll;.
plo' in Woodlavvn Cemetery.
Wlill the death of Mr. Keene re.
moved tlie last of the old time specu
lators, and manipulators fiom Wall.
, Street, ihe wot Id at lat'Re misses him
rather as a sportsman than ns a finan
cier. The Keene racini colors and th"
wonderful success nf tne Krone broil
horses In America. KiiRland and Franc
(are more firmly fixed in thr record-i of
affairs than anvthliiR he mav have done
I In SiiR.ii', Steel. Conl.i-:e or any othe
coup of Wall Street
So the telecr.tms and came messas'.'j
that came yesterday to l-'oxhall P
Kcene. the only son. were from turf-
! men and sportsmen of ihe :hrpe conn
tries, all setlltiR forth the r -e of l.v
of the sendeis, among tueni L.e'd l,-inr
dale and other memhei.t of t e Jockey
Club of KtiKland. a- well ui- if the
Jockey Club of France. Men tiltn had
known of Sysonby. of Coi-i, nf the
Voter colts, nf t'le Mellon in,-.-, nf ihe
Castleton stud, were quick in -a., ilia
'there was a rich loss tn horse lover
the world ni rr in the death if the tiun
1 vyhii not only rated but bled the thoi
K.s-lmates j, t,, i be fortune Ipft b
Mr. Keen.- van fiom JSi'.niia.noo down
to n few hundred tluui-nuil- All wit'
expressed an opinion acicc-l that l
would have l-ern dilllcull f n Mr Kcei
to say how lie tmit, He loved til
'EnniP of sppi ulation and a: timet na
many as tiftv brokers would be carrying
his accounts. He mlRht lie vvoith
JK.nnn.nno. accordins to men who knew
him, or his estate niluht not net nuv;
than SSnn.non to his heirs..
i In any ev ent. it was understood, neither
Foxhall P. Ker-ne nor Mrs Talbot H
Taylor, the only son and daiuh'er. w,
have anytliltiR to fear. Thev were Ions:
since made Independent by their fath
W'hatever the ennte may be, it was rajd
'yesterday. It will bp found tn be In trie
form of a trus: fund for the ue of i ie
son and datiRhter dutins life with
remainder to the heirs nr both T'l.'.-e
may be a few bequests, but those will
prove to be, it is thought. Ritts of colts
and horses to personal friends who Mr.
Keene believed would do weJ hy thm.
It was not known whether th
Castleton st'id will be broken up T'.ltf
would scatter the Kreate.tt beedlnc
I farm In the country, next to 'he Kinten.
dnrf stud of Kentucky and the Ranc'tn
del Paso stud nf C.nffornM both of
which belong lo James R HlCSitl. ft
i requires a foi tune to ma'ntaln th
Standard n Alkaline
Natural Jk Water
Owned ry ti rotlliJ mier ft rf ,-ec!
conf.-cl nf fit frtnei fiii-rs-ns