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their side, nnd !lir Klntnll Cabinet has
given lis assent to Hirse sac rllices.
In a eonMiiltnttve council yesterday
the Cabinet destroyed mid bctriiycd t lir
country mill : tie ottonuti spirit. Such
lu-f-ombllei iim that wliu h the Kl.nnil i tli.iur, ciiriiunti lecid. d to send only
Cabinet entiv nl;r- yeMiMil.iy do not exist Stud llohni t.i the tllci't'llg mi that lie
m const lurion.il c.nmtr.e-. Kl.nnil could report the proceeding to Until
I'.ixlm li.mded over Adrianople to thejiin Wedticsd.iv 'hi' Young Turk entit
I'.'ilgnt inns and the archipelago to tlio ( rnlt t refused n lie liniitiil by the de
Liiiopean Powers, and to conceal his , cMoti of she Colliu d. They if solv ed to
r Hfon summoned this consultative .
i-embly. On the one h.ind the Cabinet
h.is -ai illlced the second cnpl'ul of the
empire. n tho other hand It bus nur
lenclered the arclilpeliiiso and nt tho
Minn- time attacked the moat sacred
lights of the nation. Tho nttoinao.
nation could not endure such u Gov
ernment of traitors.
When the existence of a country Is In
ri.uiger the nation thinks nf exercising
Its right of i evolution, .Such a right
Is exercised to. day and the Klamll Cab
inet accordingly resigned.
The (Mtoiiirin nation cannot sacri
fice tin rights In Ittimclla, nnd to this
end will employ all means In Its power.
It will show that It wishes to lite with
The Sultan created Mahmoud a Mar
shal. The following is tlio text of tho
Imperial Inule which was rend from
the steps of the 1'orte tills eventual
"To My Vh'.icr, Muhmotid Shcvket
"In consefjuence of the resignation of
Klnmll IVtslui and the situation of the
country It is lie cowry to hand over
the Government of the country to ex
perienced hands. I perceive that you
possess the necessary quallllcnllons, and
In naming you Marshal and Vlzler I up
polnt you Grand Vizier. To-morrow w
hair ohivipe it person tit for the ofllce of
.Slielkh-ul-Islam. , Vou will strive to
present ft list of colleagues for tny np
rrobatlon tn-morrow. May Allah Krant
nucceiss to your efforta!"
The manner of tho overthrow of the
Cabinet came about In this way: The
Ministry met at noon to draw up a
reply to the note of the Powers, In ac
cordance with the decision of tho Na
Uonnt Assembly yesterday.
Tho Cabinet conferred for neveral
hours without any outward slfms of tur
moil, hut later a crowd beun to Rather
outside tho Grand Vir.!oralo and pres
ently Knver Hey. who wits famous In
connection with rhe YounK Turk revolu
tion and had ndded prrstlse as a
popular hero because of his exploit."!
In thi campaign aualnst the Italians nt
JJenelinzl, appeared on horseback be
foro the Korelftn ortlce. He was fol
lowed by n considerable mob which
olnmored acalnst the Government.
I'nter Hey made a brief nddress to
the demonstrators In which he promised
that their demands should bo nutlsfled.
Accompanied by nnother prominent
member of the Committee of I'nljn and
I'rocress t YounK Turks). Knver Hey
then entend the I'orc What happened
within Is iwt as yet known, but on re
turning Knver Hey informed the crowd
that he held the written rejlsmttlon of
Grand izn-r Klamll I'asha. the head
of the Ctblnut. which h wus coin to
take to the Sultan. This announce
ment was sreeted with enormous en
thusiasm. Knver I!ey then entered an
automobile nnd drove to tho palace.
Meanwhile the demonstration before
thy rorte continued, numerous, speakern
declaimlni; annrlly niwlnst the Govern
ment. Sunn.' of these fiercely declared
that the war must continue.
Knver Hey returned after an absence
of an hour and a half and was received
with frenzied applause. He announced
'li.it he had obtained the ncqulescence of
tin- Sultan In the ovcrturnlnu of the
Government and the issuance of an
Imperial trade appointing Mahmoud
Shcvket I'nsh.t Grand Vizier. Subse
quently Izzet Pasha was appointed Min
ister of War. Talaat Hey, Minister of
(lie Interior, and It was announced that
Hussein Hllml, the Turkish Ambassa
dor to Vienna, bad been offered the
Korelun Olllce.
The crowd remained listening to
spei ches and cheering until a very late
hour in the evening. Thuy loudly ac-clalmi-d
the pub. to reading at 7 o'clock
of a document transferring tho VIzlerate
to Mahmoud Shevket i'asha. who on ar
riving at the Porte shortly afterward
vas greeted with Immense enthusiasm.
All the newspapers except Young
Turk organs have been forbidden to
publish tlio manipulation of troops. This
recalls tho movements of 190S which
preceded tho coup d'etat which re-
milted In the forced abdication of Abdul
Ham Id. Those troops who ar known
to bo loyal to thu Government have
been sent, by who."e orders It Is not
known for a certainty, to manieuvro
near tho Hill of liberty outside, tho
city. A detachment on which the Young
Turks uro able to rely has been eent
to guard the Porte.
Talaat Hey. the Minister of the In
terior under the new regime. In an Inter
view late to-night represented the turn
over of the Government as an unpre
meditated movement, but n spontaneous
and popular protest against the. sur
render of Adrianople. the ancient
stronghold of Turkey In Kurope. Ho
said that If Adrianople were surrendered
to the nllles thu whole empire would
break out In an uproar. He ndded:
"Wo are going to have the natlonnl
honor or perish. We do not w,int to
continue the war. but we are determined
to keep Adrianople "
" An official announcement by the new
Ministry states that the decision of the
Klamll Pasha Cabinet, which was taken
In response to the note from the Powers
asking Turkey to abandon Adrlimopln
and some of the .Knean Islands, and the
convocation of the Kxtraordlnary As
FPiiihlv. to which tljat decision was sub
untied - a course contrary to the pre
scrip'lons of th constl'utlonal charter
and violating the sacred rights of the
people amused the Indignation of the
nn; Inn. with the result that the people
made a demonstration before the Sub
lime Porte and brought about the reslg
nation of the Government.
Preparatlona to Ovprtlirovr Roirern
menl All I'renrrnnRed.
fl'dal f alle Oe'valrh to Tn Sr
Vms'NA, .Ian. 23. -Constantinople des
pntihes to tin. papers hero say that
there was a meeting nn Tuesday be.
tweon Prince Said and Ilallm Pasha, the
head of tho Young Turks, and the party
leaders. Including Mnlimoud Shevket
I'nslia, Izzot Paha, Talaat, DJavld and
llakkl Bev nt which a resolution was
iidupted io overthrow the Government
mid proclaim a military dictatorship In
i.ise tlm National Council should ad-
the Government to yield Adil
auople. In this event It was proposed
t hut MHlimond should bo appointed
Grand Vlzler nml he indicated that ho
would accept.
A ii solution was adopted to the of.
feci that n Inst attempt snoilld be made
to iuiliiee Grand Vizier K i.i ml I Pasha to
lisls! the Powers. Tlio committee soni
n deputation pilvalcly to tciiucst Kla
mll Pasha onliilentiall to convoke a
louncll of hlKb olllciirs and others
Klamll Pasha refused, remarking that
the Grand Council would render 1m-
partial judgment to which the Govern
men t would adhere
When It mih learned tlin' the Grand
Council was nimMi.-il solely nf dlisnl -
artes nf the llil Tutk patty tin- revolll
remove the Government ly force anil to
proclaim it military dlctnlorshlp.
tlrport Thill Vininv Tnrka Aaantueil
llttnrdlanahlp Over Cnllph.
Sperlal Cable fleipateh to Tun Srt
I'Aiits, .tnn. 24.--The Constantinople
correspondent of the Jnurnnl In giving
IiIh version of the coup d'etat ways the
Young Turku Invnded the palace nnd
assumed guardianship over the poison
of the Pultun. The correspondent adds
thnt the censor forbids him sending
more details.
Xo Conflrmatlon nf Hrpnrt Itrrrlvril
In I.onilon.
fipeeial Cable Hewatch to Tnr Sri
T-onpon, .Inn. L'3. Krom Wnnn comes
word thnt n revolution linn broken out
In Constantinople, lint neither Itechld
laflm, head of the Turkish pence dele
gation here, nor any othT of the Ottn
man delegates 1ms heard of It and so
far It has not been confirmed,
nnlRArlun nrtnent flay Alllra
Won't Chanae Demand In l.rnat.
Special Ctiblt lierolch to Tnr. Sex
I,onpo.v, Jan. 24. One of the Turkish
delegates on learning of the situation
at Constantinople paid
"We are not In the lenot surprised.
TVe wnrned Hlr Hdward Grey, tho Mr'
Ish roreljm Minister, thnt some such
development was Inevitable If the
IViwers brmight pressure exclusively
u,i ..-. ... ..u.,. I,. .... ..
There Is public opinion In Turkey and
this etep me.me that It Is going to moke
upon Turkey In regard to Adrianople
Itself felt some wny or the other'
One of the Bulgarian delegates said:
"Tho news If true Is serious, but it
will make little difference to tho de
mands of the allies. The signing of
peace will be delnyed. hut there enn be
no doubt whatever as to which side
will In the end be victorious. If the
Turks want more fighting, well nnd
good. The Young Turks have been nt
the bottom of the mischief from the
"They should be the people to pny the
bill when the time comes for settlement
nnd It may be taken for granted thnt tho
bill will be heavier If this news proves
to be true. The Young Turks rxv
never really considered the trim Inter
ests of their country, nnd It Is not likely
that they will net differently In tbo
present crisis."
Union Diplomats Hrnsrd Ilanala'a
rtepnrted Attltnde i Mennce.
Special Cable PesratcK to Tin Pcn
lyiNPON, Jnn, 24 Skeleton details .
which have reached London In regard (cllno(1 to nKron wltll thla. others still
to the Turkish crlls are clearly th UKrp wlth UoV(1 who ln sp.ak.
barest outltnes of what happened on',,.,. , ,,. m,,- . i,,
xnursuay. ah me ..espau-nes recdvro
here are redolent of the censor.
Th H.lul,.n of tho Kl.im!l rabtnet
. ... . . . .
. . . . . . V .. . lunenumcnis in regaru to woman sui-
and the Turkish Jsatlonnl Council to'frag wou,a nol 1t, pcop(
yield to the mlvlce of the Powers was So fflr ag hp couW Ilm bM the chnn
greeted nere yeaTeruay wiin general sat.
Isfactlon. and this notion was looked
upon as insuring peace. The over urn ,
of the Government, which ha., ho swiftly
H0"?'? VrCMV'', C,,rr"S,,,mdlnS co" -
u .
i lie XOUTlff LUrKH. Iinr u. PMir .
hope," woi. one comment, which Is typl-,
C ThnnchTilnnt Hev omfes.es In an In-1
terHW ?ha S YoimrTs hnve no '
wTh to H, tv he Z ni h- l or M '
rJfi' 1!Z ,"!,
this moment sees how u renewal can be.
nwtil.Ml This too Is the vl.,w of the
avoided This too Is the low of the
delegates of the allies now ln London
Dr. Uan'ff. the leading Bulgarian dele
gate. Is quoted as saying
If tlilnuu nt f'onvfiiillnoi.to nr. no '
jr tnlnB ni t. onsianiinopie are us
bad h- they are reported there N only '
one course for the allies They will nt i
.... denounce tb.. armistice and betrlt. 1
once denounce tint armislli e and uej.m
the war anew. If the Turks hop to I
secure nnother respite by this action
they will llnd they are mistaken. Per-
haps after all war Is the Mralghtest und
easloMt way out of the Impasse "
The Balkan delegntes will meet on
delegates will meet on
:uss the position.
as to what Is going to
.1 a w'.do range. Us
Friday to discuss
happen takes
gravest irenu is iimiuii me pi onaoio
cneci upon mo pence 01 cnrope. 1 no
reiterated reports of Itussm s deter- j
mlnatlon to take a hand should etents ,
turn out as they now se..m to bo,
inevitably tending are recalied omt-1
nously, and the Imagination of some'
writers goet so far ns to dwell on the
possibility of a flank attack on Telia-
taldja bv the Husslan n..t. ,
This or any forcible action bv Russia
would of cours cause an mined ate 1
rupture of the concert of the Powers '
and fearfully Imperil the relations of
T,ll- llllonn. rr.l. t.- 1
the Triple Alliance and tho Triple Kn-
Such speculations can obviously be
left to speak for themselves at present.
it m evident niai no uipioirinnst could
commit himself to nn expressed opinion
a tn the present state of alfnlrs, but
the general opinion In diplomatic quar-
ters here so far as can be gathered others, makes It appear that Knver
Beems to be that the position, although Bey's mero request produced the wlth
serious, Is not necessarily alarming. 1 drawn I of the Grand Vlzler. He says
Ho tar ns the Povvmh are concerned thnt at 3 o'clock In tho afternoon half ' a
the situation is that their Joint nolo Is I dozen officers on horseback appeared
now In the haniH of tho administration outside tho Porte. A dozen persons
of Mahmoud rilmvkot instead of that of came out of n neighboring cafe and nn
Klamll Pasha, and the reply is nwaltcd furled a flag More persons appeared
Fine Overcoats & Ulsters at $24
reduced from $30, $32, $35 & $38
values that musl appeal to the man secng really
good overgarments at a moderate outlay.
rOvefcoats & Ulsters, $17 were $22 $2528l
WoiimmiV Cause I'tnlrr Prcspnl
Ciovprnnipnt Lost Is
(fpiicrnl Hfliof.
Commons' Speaker Hints Thnt
Fnnieliisp Measure Must
?e Reintroduced.
fpetlal Cable Pe-'pateH to Tnr. srs
Los-pon, .Inn. 23. There Is at least a
Htrong probability thnt woman suffrage
so far as the present Government Is
concerned Is doomed to defeat. This Is
an outcome of n declaration of the
Speaker of tbo House of Commons,
which, although it Is not dcllnlte enough
to be culled n "ruling," clearly Indicates
his view that If a woman suffrage
amendment is Inserted In the franchise
bill lie must rule that the bill would be
so materially nltcred that In nccordnnce
with Parliamentary customs It must
again be Introduced as a new measure.
The bill as originally Introduced gives
the suffrage to every "malo person."
Sir Kdwurd Grey's proposed amend
ment knocks out the word "male."
As It Is not possible for the Govern
ment to give time enough to take a
new franchise bill through nil the
stages, the present measure, which has
already passed thi ' comi reading.
would have to bo withdrawn and many
members to-night declared that the bill
was as good as dead.
The declaration of the Speaker was
brought out by a question from Bonar
inu., thp leader of the Opposition. Hav-
m)nd , pri)pod t,ov,rnment
..,,, .,, ' v, ,,,,,
amendment as well ns the one admitting
tho women to suffrage, he called the at
tention of the Speaker to these proposi
tions and asked If they were so ma
terial ns to constitute a new bill. The
Speaker replied that he could not assume
that all the amendments which were
offered woirfd be embodied In the bill.
They were being changed almost dally.
By next week they mlsht be In quite
different shape and he coutd not there
fore express an opinion at present. He
added, however:
'Kemale suffrage amendments would I ,
make a huge difference In the bill, nnd1 h , ?'"' X,,ar' U 1,Ilflrr""f.,n ""
heaven only knows in what shape they t,lxhei he I.. II Marriman gold
will finally appear " He snld the House 1 mp,lu ' ,0 b' "Wir.Ied annually to the
must wait until next week, but In the ' American stenm railway making the
meantime he called attention to the nu- ' x ri'cn1n " "c-tfJil-nt prevention and
thorltles on procedure, which stated that ntrlal hygiene,
any bill which Is so materially altered as . Ir, .,""rr mun" lftfr says:
to constitute n new menjuir mimt be ' T" ""'"'"te a direct effort fur the ron
to constitute a new measure must . BOPl.rt,jon f human life It kIvm nt- ptt-a-.
reintroduced. ur(, t() p,aC(, nt our cit(,p0!,at ,no l; n
The statement of the Speaker mado I Harrlnian .Memorial Hold Medal, founded
an Impression commensurate with the, by me, to be awarded annually by your
views of his hearers toward the bill. I'O.tnl to the American steam railway
The I'ntonlsts and anti-suffragettes ac
claimed the Speaker's declaration as n
I tinmhsti.-U wlilfli Honmnit thn hill fo ri.
..., n,, ,.. -... in.
-" w. - w. v..;. . w..
OPcInrp(, thnt U11 wa8 b0 ,lraft,.d ,
..n,.irt nn. i., ..uri-putod that '
,ha . t",d. noV b' f"81 tn.V
- h Kxch.cltl(., tllcr. no ,
prPccdr.nt for , Pp(aU(ir PUl,BB bnll
, of or(lr ThJ , h, h had
hupp,nri, was that u Uw hn(, ,
gested that a bill could be withdrawn. I
i n Tivn nee.iainna i in imwf rv imn f i
nnnf1frt to uiirh nn nnnnn nhr
HpraUer hnd rllcd that ,n C0B11.quenca
0f tprm'in" atnendments being Inserted
ln 1,111 11 wouM -'mP"t"l- changn
'"fCi U,Ut h" W0Uld U"1 B"ow U ,0
to u third readlnc.
" Prl " m nlst, r Asm Ith m ii,inJ
rime Minister Asqulth In Introducing!
, Government's motion to allow ten
,,. , ,, ,,, ., ... .... ,
...v, . .o.iwn .no iu-'
chl-o bill mado no reference to tho
Snpftlr.r'4 Htnti'nii.nt Tim t.inn.tmun.
, . -..... ...
f.tt,.n.A v,v iniur l.-iw rfiwini- r. nn-r..
to thls llra(tlc ilm.lt,on of dBCU()Hlon
.,r .1.1- nMienilmnnt , i,at 1,. ii,,
i amendment wns beateit to-nlgbt
uf(Pr u debate by a vote of 259 to 191.
the same as If nothing had happened,
If the now Ministry rejects the advice
0f the Powers tho result will be the
same us if the resignation came from
the old Cabinet, and the. responsibility
of the Powers Is, In no way alTecWd.
Moieover. If the new : Minl-try Is serious
, .1110 nnvo 10 its responsioiiiues It will
00 nniejiaoie 10 uie usual arguments or ; entered the hall accomp tilled by his
reason which appeal to all Ministers ( suite He ask d to .,.,. KI imil P-i.ha
who cherish the welfare of their country. The doors were Iminediatelv shut' in'd
und therefore there Is no ground for j nobody ele was allowed to enter
Knv nni TaUat , ,
I he ularmiiig side of the crisis would Into tin. Council room Finer Hev In
be presented only if the new Ministry' formed tho Cabinet tint tin. nation
was unstable und a revolutionary pc- 1 wml, nm f.miro the loss of v.lrlmotile
. iod should bo begun. This sums up the am "'h" 1,e .M nl trv mus r'f ' '
attitude of professional diplomacy. 1 , J f t l teiu.
.None of tho versions of tho coup:,!.,,, n.,,i i,n,i,i 1. . 1, .
d ebit received here Indicates that anv ! i' n Z X ort L . jj', 1 V ,W"
force was used. Indeed Klamll Pasha's I Hultan a t tt" nc uUnmi
rnntil .n.. u.lth .1., I . . .. - I 1 ""III II CM, Jill rCUUinilS nilll
complhnco with the demand for tho
j resignation of his Ministry Is rcpre-
j sented as so absurdly unreslstlnK as to
.suggest that he performed a willing ir
.""i a, prearranged sacrifice.
The nccoutn sent by the ConMantl-
f noplo correspondent of tho Tlmrg,
I which of courso was tensored like tho
Accurate Work
Moderate Charges
Prompt, Polite Service
Fifth Avenue at 27th
Formerly nt 101 U.1! SI.
237 FIFTH AVENUE (27th St.)
125 WEST 42nd ST. (Nr. B'way)
650 MADISON AVE. (Cr. 60th St.)
255 LIVINGSTON ST. (Brooklyn)
New York
la Old Bond .
n Itne Scribe
Inventor Sends Wife to (Jet One
Coining to Him nnd
Keeps nt Work.
Mrs. Thomns A. Kdlson wmt to the
anuunl exercises of the American
Museum of Safety last evening ill the
1'nlted Knglneerlug Societies Hulldlng.
West Thirty-ninth street, and le
.,At...i ij... ..t.i i.. i .... i....
lmlf () hpr ,, wl(, sftu u,,1
that he was so entirely engrossed with
Ills work on the talking motion picture
machine that he couldn't drag himself
away from his laboratory.
When Mrs. Kdlson stepped forward
to receive the medal, which l be.
stowed each year on the person Invent
ing the best dvlce In the electrical In
dustry for safeguarding Industrial lire
nnd henlth, there was much applause.
She did not speuk In acceptance of tho
The medal hnd been awarded to Mr.
Kdlson for his recently perfected stor
age battery light, which may be car
ried by miners without nny risk and
from which no lire or explosion may
be started.
Announcement was made by Arthur
Williams, president of the museum
mitKlns the pest record In accident pre
vention and Industrial hygiene affecting
the publlo and Its own personnel during
each current year.
Mrs. Harrlmun was In the audience
Inst nlRht.
The Scientific American gold mdal.
eiven ror inn nerieetion or n urn snvim-
given for the perfection of jt life saving
- -nted to ho D-ie -er
' i present n to tnc u.accr
Oxygen Apparatus Company for the
The gold medal of the Travellers In
surance Company for the American em-
. .... . . " "" "
Worker, was awarded o the Vow
ror0 (-" mMnv
n ( 0 ,an Jvn ton p
g0hi med . Vor pro"V" 5 ache"
. i . . i a . . .
.t.i .1 .1 . .1. .
wn, prfnt
i spoke. When be first went Into tho
. building, which Is twelve story struc
t,lr" nnrt coflt ln " neighborhood of
. J2.000.000, he n-ked Mr Williams where
j V. Jl . ' V , . " r
they were, adding thnt he didn't seem
t0 recognize the building
..i... . ,, ..'
-ny mi'., sniu .ir. Williams, "is
your own building, built by you for the
v. n . . . i. ii..i .
ii.-urii i ui iiir i inifu engineering .-o-
1 ..
Mr Carn,tfp tolll !hp ,.on. on h
, . , Vj T i. .
self while addressing the audience ast
1 nleht
around the corner until some 200 were
present. Then suddenly Knver Bey
mounted on a white horse and nccom-
panled by two officers of the general
staff and four or five other officers ap-
' peered
Tim crowd cheernl. Knver Bev rode
Jnto tho Porte, whel e he dismounted nnd
sent his Chamberlain arid bis secretary
to see ir tne news Drought by Knver Boy
was true. Klamll I'asha apaln wrote
! his resignation, w hich the Sultan's en.
' vovs took tn hU Miloutv v. i. in,..,.u
atelv summoned Mahmoini Shnvl.-oi
A crowd of several hundred neonle
watched tho proceedings Impassively.
Such, It seems, Is the tranquil vvn'v
In which Turkey conducts a i evolution
on which the peace of Kurope depends,
rrltea at Nnplea nml Motor Out to
llnlna nf I'oniprll.
Naples, Jan. 23.- -.1. P. Morgan ar
rived heie to-dnv aboard the Whl'.o
Star liner Adrlnllc. Former Senator
Aldrlch of Ithode Island was a fellow
passenger They motored out to tho
ruins of Pompeii, where Mr. Morgan Is
said to have renewed his offer to PI -
rector fiplnnzzela lo llnanco new exca-
vntlons, Mr. Morgan snld that he would
continue on Ills way to Kgvpt to-nighl.
Mr Joseph Heeeliiiin iilmlis Ills d
verllsliiK Costs ).-illll,OIIO,
Sfrrinl t able llr'liilh I, tn TlIK Si'N
KospoN, Jan. 23.- Sir .lo-epli Bcecham
of "worth ii guinea a lo" faun-, testified
. .i... i ......... i, i...i,
lii'li'lf ill" . i.tiiiiiiin mi r tlieill .iM-oi-
clnes tii'ilay thnt he sold a million pills
a day. The approximate weight of the
pills sold by his II rm every year Is tin y
II.. ...l.-v.itt. .1 that I.u .xi.n,i:iii. r,ii-
advertUIng tluso ,.111. wu $!i00,U0U a
Humor Credits Colleetion
Empress Eugenic or Nul
lum Noble.
Freneli Jeweller Obtains Prize.
Necklace of '2 10 (Jems for
VJOti.OOO Tram's.
fperial Cable heepateh to Tnr St
I'tnis, .Ian. L'3.- -The committee of the
Swedish Pence Arbitration Society at
t'opcnli.'iBen proposes to give the Car
negie pence prize for next year to it
I'arls humorist who In returning from
DiMiivllli last season said that hence,
forth It would be only possible to rank
women by the number of pearls they
The owner of n collection, the sale
of which began In I '.iris to-day, would
hold high poiltlon under such a classi
fication, but the secret of the ownership
o' the peails has been well kept, nl
though It must be known to many
Jewellers who supplied the gems. It Is
only possible to say that the collection
was the property of one owner, who
may possibly be a (Ireek or a Turk who
got Into financial straits through tho
Balkan war There are rumors, how
ever, thnt 'ho. owner was really Km
press Kllgente.
Twent.-tUe lots were sold nnd these
I realized IVil.n francs, or opproxl
Mnxtcly f370 0U. Most of this money
I rTTine from a four row necklace of 210
I Orient pearls, which weighed 3, 250
grains, the expert valuation of which
wns 1,100.000 francs, or about S22.,n00
The bidding for the necklace started
at l.non.noii francs and ended at 1,205.
000 franc". Mohret. the I'arls Jewetler,
was the bidder. It Is snld to be a finer
necklace than the fnmous one of Alexis
l'olostseff, which contained 17ti pearls,
each weighing on the aterage 1- grains
and which realized 1,00.1.000 francs nt
the dl"persal of Abdul Hamld's collec
tion, when his necklace of Kit pearls,
averaging III grains, realized $184,020.
Tho pearls sold to. day are considered to
be certainly superior to Princess Ma
thilda's 13.1 pearls, weighing on tho
average of 2.". grains, and valued nt
tl"l. "Oil. which came from Princess
Sophia of Holland.
Another necklace of 4fiS pearls real
bed 147.000 francs, or about t2J,."00. A
n cklace of r.7 diamonds brought S7.000
francs, or $17,"i00. A eors.ge decora
tion, I.ouls XI II style, consisting of a
large oblong diamond and two others
cut pearshape and pendant, sold for
Ti,3no francs, or about $17,000. A pair
of pearl earlngs brought $7,fi00 and a
ting with a single pearl brought $5,400.
Confers With llllilnn Itrrolntlon
Isla nml Mn 4'nnsr Trouble.
Special Cable llenpatcfi to The 3cs.
Mamiji. .Ian. 23. Agulnaldo. the In-
I famous leader of the revolt against the
Americans In the Philippines, has re
entered politics while all the time pro
testing ngnlnst being Interrupted In
his farm work. He has had Trequent
conferences with the Filipino revolu
tionary committee of chieftains, osten
sibly for the purpose of organizing
the militia preparatory to the accom
plishment of Independence of the Is
lands. It Is believed, however, that the real
motive for the activity of Agulnaldo Is
an outgrowth of the fear thnt the
Jones bill providing for Filipino In
dependence mny not be passed and
that he s prompted by a desire to
forestall control of the anticipated dis
content among the Filipinos because of
the non-fullllmcnt of tho promises of
Ilrlllali ioerninenl Aaked lo Take
I'p I he Work.
Special Cable Vespalch to The Srs
I.onikin, .Ian. 23. A dolegatlon of the
British Cotton Growing Association
called on Prime Minister Asqulth to-day
I un,i urged him to take up the develop
,m,nt of the Anclo.Kgvntlan cotton In
1 H rv
Tho Prime
tint the Com"
bill at the n
Minister In reply announced
rnmcnt would Introduce n
next session of Parliament
authorizing the guarantee of the pay
ment of Interest on a $15,000,000 loan to
be raised by tin. Government of tho Su
dan to assist In the development of the
lotton industry In thnt district.
No He nml Ilia (ialrt filrl Bride
Aren't fiolnic tn Canal.
Bail Poulett. who with Lady Poulett,
fortnei ly Sylvia l.llllan Story, a Gaiety
girl, arrived on Sunday by th (Junarder
M.iuretanbi, hns postponed his trip to the
Isthmus of Panama. Ho Is Interested In en-
j to Insptct the achievement of Col Uoe-
glneei'tng and said he wanted particularly
i thai".
But he has not lookcd on any stenmahtn
and he was unaware that the Hot of
travel toward Panama has been, and
probably will continue to be the rest of the
winter unprecedented.
The Bail found that he could not net a
good berth on any liner sailing soon and
I that his prospects of taking a trip even In
tin.' next several weeks in tho wh- he Is
acciHtoiucd to travel weie rather shadowy,
all the fine staterooms having been en
gaged weeks alii nil. That Is why he Is
sailing back to Bngland now.
One of the leasons the Karl was dlsap.
pointed was the cancellation of the trip to
Panama of the North German Lloyd liner
Giusier Kurfuerst, which recently arrived
lure from Hi emeu with a broken crank
i Hh" More than 30P imsscngurs who had
engai;,.l berths alKiaid her for her cruise
, '"m to take' "dluT ships" moJt o
. llt, , Uere booked almost to capacity,
1 The White Star liner I.aurentlc. now on
a cruise to Panama with every cabin filled,
'" again In March In the same
V',""11,"""- Tl" v"" '"rult ships, the
, llauiliiiiP-Atuerlcan liners and the Grosser
Kuiliieist, s.'lndllled to sail on Fetiru
iu 20, have fuvv rooms to spare. All
steamship men sa that this Is going to he
the greatest vear ever In West Indian and
Panama Canal onilMng The exeruslonlsts
aie mainly Americans, but a l.irgu number
in.. Billons ami Germans.
1 1
The Intif cptir iioiiilrr link. en int(
tln timet The Standard Rem
edy lor the Icet for a oturfn
CJJ-r!- " ctatury. .'J.eJOttstitnr.niali-r.itJ
I Tk Mu who pat the E E a1 la FEET.
-v I
The Aeolian Company
announces a
Piano Sale
of Unusual Importance
To begin Moncat, January 27th
This Sale, in point of values ofTcrod,
will be a notable event in the piano
business of New York.
The advertisements of the Aeolian
Company in Sunday's papers will
present full details.
The Aeolian Company
Largett Manufacturer of Muiicut Instruments in the Worlil
Aeolian Hall 29-31-33 West 42nd Street
" i n i i 'I- ; T
I ..... . M a
. , y& Thr
illl'ip i . ' l" v
Ritz-Carlton V
pi Hotel .
m and Restaurant i
The latest of the famous
group.and under lliosame administration as those
in LUrtUUo, PAKIi. LLCLKNE., L V 1 AN LU-5-DA I N5.
NAPI r s. romp n.iirr:oi aiijp MAnRin mp. iU
Patrons of this hotel
Hie same excellcnco
iion 01 cuisine which
$82,000 THEFT 1
Cuiidiitiri from First I'apr.
this desire. Thpreupon the cashier
rlgned ovor to tlio bank all hl.s real
estate, stock, bond nnd 'Ilia ihome.
Mrs. ItcaverH nt the same time signed
over her dowrr rlRhtP. Tho directors
of the bank estimate the total vnlim
of the property thus tranferrod at
After the conference Beavers was al
lowed to leave town without molesta
tion, He l. Bald to have none to New
York mid to be there now. The bank
people say they do not know his Now
York address. No warrant lias leen
Issued for him and no effort has been
made to have him arrested.
The cashier was under a bond of
$10,000, which, with the $2.".,000 which
lie has turned over to the bank, makes
$3J,000 which the bank has atralnst
the JS:,00U loss.
With the total theft placed nt Jl."i0,000.
the estlmnted value of the bonds taken
and hypothecated, the bank's loss would
reach a flintier rlnure. Hut the bank
ofllclala have no doubt of their ability
to recover tho value of the bonds over
nnd above the loans made on them.
They declare also that they may re
cover from the brokers the cashier may
have dealt with the full amount of the
bonds on the theory that the Stock
Kxchan(?e rule reirnrdlnK tho accept
ance of business from nn employee of
u bank will hold good.
A meeting of tho directors of the ban'
was held last nlsht, after which the
Comptroller of the Currency wai unti
tled of tho defalcation. To-nlKht n
tnessaico wns received In reply sayl: ,
Hank Examiner Kowler would arrive to
morrow from Philadelphia.
One of the directors snld to-nlirht
that the bank Is all right nnd that tho
depositors will not lose a rent. The
capital, surplus nnd undivided rarnliiKs,
he said, would more than make up for
any loss.
When Heavers nnd his wife lefi fur
New York they left behind them their
twclvo-ycar-old son In charK of ser
vants. Min. Heavers before her ninrrl.itfo
wus Miss Minnie Hunt, daughter uf nr.
A. Hunt of (lien ClardniT, one of the
old settlers of the renlon.
Heavers Is between 'Iii nnd f.O years
old. Hu Is prominent In local church
affairs and Is treasurer of the 1'rcsby
terluii Church of (lien tiitrdncr, where
he lived. He nlso Is treasurer ut the
Hunterdon (Insrttr, n newspaper puli
llshed In High HrldKo. Ho Ims never
been looked upon us a man of ciruva
Kiint habits of life, (iooikc II. Cramer,
a director, said lo-nlslu that he Imil
ulwuyn looked upon Heaven ns one of
the "most upriKlit men he had ever
Tho cashier received a salary of
2,4Bn, Ho owned forty shares ot Htock
in tho bank and hla wife owned cloven
harca. The stock U valued at tHO a
hotel's of tlio Ritz-Cnrlton
ond rostuu.-ant ore nssurod t&(l
of service nnd porfec- ffl ill I
ims a:. ivs ciididc- ffflyWS
1110 coniinont oi (?&Af
Curopo, South Aniutioi AzZS , ...ill
Mil II
JAN. 31st
At (.15 P. M. Orsiid nallroom Waldorf.
.V Hoi la 'llrkrls s: I'or tl? bv Tywn'i
In Mnlitnrf ur .lanirn 1'. Aurhtnrlot.
'tel. SITU lienor. to llrnili'
share. This Mock is included la th
property signed over to the bank.
The bank otllcials say they do not
expect to take uny criminal nctlw
utnilnst the cnshler, but will leave, aay
such nctlon if any is to be tnken to
tho Federal nuthorltles or to the surety
company which bonded him.
The last llnanclal statement of th4
lank Bhowed deposits nmountlnB to
S313,32T.0,'i; surplus earned. $10,000; un
divided prnllts, $12,076,0:. Theillrei'toti
are Knox Taylor, John Ii. Apcar,
George 11. Cramer, W, CI. Uosler and
Samuel .1. Surts.
The only member of C. I. Hud.'on
Co. who could be reached last nluht wa
(JeoiBO T. Cruttenden. Mr. Cruttend'n
brnnded ns false the statement that
Heavers had dealt on it large seal
with his llrm. using the storks taken
from the bank to cover margin." H
then referred all questioners tn former'.
Senator John Godfrey Saxe, counsel for
the llrm.
Senator Saxe said that the only stock
Heavers had put un to cover maritini
wns In two lots, one of ten share ft
New York Central nnd the other of 1M
shares of other stock, worth altogether
about $3,000. This Mr. Saxe IhouitM
might have come from tho bank,
though ho wns not sure, and he saW
that when the matter had been cleared
un the stock would bo returned
".Mr. Heavers has been a customer ol
C. I. Hudson Co. for fifteen yearn.
Kild Senator Saxe. "He was regarded'
as a man of means and his account
was never ntieytloned. The llrm knew,
of course, that he wns cashier of the
bank. He was n man nf standing and
well known In the Kinklni; community.
" This one hatch of 110 shares of
stock he put up to cover margins wa
the only dialing of the kind he had
with the llrm. All the rest of Ids "
count consisted of stocks and bend
bought fur him In the open m.irke!
and for which ho gave his person'
check. He did not even give his cai-hlerl
check. i
"The ht.Ucmenl made 1 hellev b.
the Ktilk that he had put up consid
erable stock with C. 1, Hudson f- ,v
is absolutely false."
.Mr Sum- snld that although Iheie a'
a rule of the Stock Kxeh.lligi' prohibit
lug members from dealing w"1'
ployees of other tlrms and Kinks t"
rule docs not apply lo officers of kink
"Where would the banks be if ,h!
officers could not deal In stocks '
bonds'" Mr. Saxe said.
David Taylor, vice-president "f "j
Coal and Iron National Hnnk. Mil to
night that the Houblo nt the latter U"
stltutlon wns only a ciuiiial happen
and that the losn of $100,000 would B")
put tho bank out of business The t
and Iron National had received no -j
clal notlco that tho High Bridge
haa closed, Mr. Taylor aid.

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