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THE SUN, SUNDAY, MARCH 16, 1913.
9. BULGARS REPULSED AT TCHATALDJA jl,,,., vy Vrlillt-r.v of Ottomans Thwarts A t li'inpt to Urcak Miles. j;SOYS MKKT IN LONDON tidiis to Allies of More Mixlcrato Terms. SALVADOR TO AVENGE ARAUJO. 1.' an 1 T it " 1 t.l er . I', 'lolili" to Tnr. Sr ii.k. March IB. An ofTI ati.in. issued to-night Hays Ki.iujri.in troops have mailt , lUl alti'mpt to break the i i hues on the Illssar-bell side. v,.n n.piiWtil by tin- heavy ur r in- oii tn.m ilefomtcr!. Al.i-.h in. The Ambassadors iv.iv. r. tn'i ycMlonlay anil ills Cli . i i t h 'iirM tin conditions laid dl .An .. n.i.Uin alllo.M In rcnard to ni.o .i' ii ""' l'ors for the pur . , ihiiL- the war between tho he ,in.l Turkey. The conditions nro r, a.ir.l. i the Ambassadors an oxtrav- in li.iti.m. rne rowers win .. nM-.aln recommendations to tu to ne.irly approximating v '...pis ulilih will result In tho mem of peace. mm ntf of the German news- ,. n Mn lulknn-Turklsit situation ,. nt.re-tiiiK. The Cologne Oazcttc l..t .l.n.n..,lU n iUn f. 1h- ' "e lUl.llll.iHt .ii'imuni nit a . ,iM will cause fewer dlttlcul , P. ,n 'heir political demands, which t, , ,p. r s.is are Inadmissible. T . 1 nir .rttuiip stigmatizes the t , r t. the Towers' mediation rr P'.'i as . pie. e of presumption de nian.. nir tne prompt anil united action ef k .t l' ' t.i " these impudent swag es re " n their places." HAM I Dl Eli COALS AT SEA. n ino 1 a . T 1M Wnr With (inntrmnln t'nlliMTlnst President's Assassination 1 MUely. Acajutla, fnlvndor, Feb. 28, War between Guatemala nnd HaJviulor Is likely to bo declared by one or other of tho countries In the Immediate future, there now being unusually belligerent feelings between the two countries duo to a belief that tho President of (luate mnln was Instrumental In bringing About the assassination of tho late Salvadorun President. At tho present time Ouatemala Is supposed to have nn nrmy of 120,000 men. MoRt of them nre Impressed In dians, who, It Is said, will not fight unless they nre forced to by troops In their rear. Twenty thousand of these troops nre now on tho boundary line. It Is expected tlint only u small portion of the nrmy Is loyol to the (lutitemalnn President. Salvador lias not more than 15,000 fighting men. The army Is equipped with modern rifles nnd ammunition and tho officers have been schooled In Ger man tactics The greatest nrmy Salva dor could muster might total 80,000, but there nro not enough rifles In ths country to supply that numlor. The feeling here against Americans Is strong. None of the men from the I'nlted States battleship Denver, now nt this port, has been permitted to go ashore, nlthough the vessel's officers have been entertained by the President and other Government officials. Since tho assassination of President Araujo martial law has prevailed nnd nil flags are to be at half mast for thirty ( days. ESTABLISHED A QUARTER" OF A CENTURY I MIGGIHS&SEITER CLzrgest Retail China and Glass Store intheWbrldVJ An Easter Sale In accordance with our usual custom just before Easter, we will offer this week n very attractive selection of appropriate Table Decorations and Gifts values which will demon strate beyond any doubt the fact that our prices are as low, if not lower, than ever before. To illustrate Beautiful Crystal Vases at remarkably low prices Our large Easter Display of Vases surpasses any previous showing we have attempted, embracing an extraordinary variety, of Cut Glass, Rock Crystal, Gold and Plain Glass Vases at n wide range of prices. Examples of the splendid values are given by the rich Crystal Vases illustrated. These are the newest shapes and floral cuttings SAVOY DINERS GO HUNGRY. Kltehrn Muff In London Hotel Mrll.es, MM !nr Ilnek. Special r.tble Prrtitci to Tim Si n UiNtxiN, March 1G. Three hundred diners at the Savoy Hotel were greatly Inconvenienced Just before dinner time last evening by the sudden demand of the kitchen employees for better treat ment. Including sixty-live hours of work a week, a half holiday every week, two hours daily to be given them for their meals and also the recognition of their union. The Savoy management, nfter twenty minutes of argument with the strikers, yielded and the kitchen employees re sumed their task. The situation was Ilnllnn Mrnmcr nlil to lime tUvrn Her O.-.o Ton. St t-il rjl'lr liftritch to Tin: Si" Vti Ma'. 1) 1.'-It is reported r.rre ' ..i; the captain of an American ifiin. r t ie name of which is not p.eti. ha- iliworea inai wane ne i favpt ias.,ng Heiriu on .March i he saw nn , similar strikes happened nt lunch It.i tar. s-e.imer .-upplytng the Turkish I mP at ualley's Hotel in Kensington cr i er II iMii.1:. ;i with fi50 tons of coal, j Hml ln ,ho south Kensington Hotel. The Ilitnldieh has been attacking The managements of those two places firei K transports during the past few j refused to yield and the kitchen em cay? ployees threw down the dishes and I quit. 4C0 FROZEN RUl.GAR CORPSES I POPE'S CONVALESCENCE SLOW. Turl.ih Troop Iteport The I'unnd Them In Thraer. spfi.j' f (thlt p?iitcti frtTni 5cn Consi .mis. ilk. .March 15 It is re- Mlll Weak mill Sllahllr FetrrUli I'nrtilclilrn tn Celrlirntr lui. .Mri.it Cable Dttvatch to Tilt 8cx ported here that the Turkish troops 1 n0Mn. .March 15. The convalescenco have found more than 400 frozen f tn( i0,, i proceeding so satlsfac i.irpses ..f Huig.irl.tn soldiers on tht- , torlly that he is allowed to leave his tie, is of Thrace. I i)P(j for nVe or six hours, but he Is still i weak and slightly feverish every eve- MILITANTS KENEW THEIR WAR. nlng. For those reasons h has been strictly forbidden to celebrate mass. Pour lornnlir elil In .Hall Uniri ' even In Holy Week. The Pope's doctors are apparently op timistic. However, they are somewhat -one Wiiiiihii Sentenced. Style 225 "Trumpet' Vnse 10 in. high; regularly $3.00: at $1.90 12 in. high: regularly $3.75: at 14 in. high; regularly $.4.50; at $3.00 Style 200 "Conical" Vnse 11 in. high: regularly $4.25: at $2.95 13 in. high; regularly $5.00; at $3.45 Style 346 "Cylinder" Vase- 12 In. high: regularly $6.50; at $4.50 14 in. high; regularly $8.50; nt $5.75 Style sue STYLE. 225 STYLE SOQ Dainty Cut Glass Tumblers Regularly $2.50 DozM at 1.50 Doz. This is the second shipment and probably the last of the excellent Tumblers of which we re cently had such a phenomenal sale. The attrac tive floral cutting is one of our newest designs. Intending purchasers are urged to come early as the small quantity, only 200 doren, of these Tumblers will be sold quickly at this remarkably low price. Fine Imported Dinnerware at greatly reduced prices This is a most opportune time to take advantage of the extraordinary values offered during our ANNUAL MARCH SALE OF DINNER WEAR. There are scores of beautiful patterns in every style of decora tion in these splendid Dinner Services and the prices ore extremely low. Note the Address of our New Store (Opposite Tiffany fii Co.) 9 f 11 Etxst 57 ti Street Justoff.Ififth Avenue :Teleriione.Murray Hill.460 L" in -he police failed to appro ifTragettes who attacked th J' ' tl'"f iivnc" if ! . .. . , ,i,h ,-. Th.. n,!iw,nt Preoccupied "v nis proionceo weanness. ( i" , ' . . ii.. I'rof. Mnrchiafava has confided t . 1.1 I .. ............ Iliri.U IU.Ul ..- ..'. O .. m,r,,. ,....,re, nu., u, no., u . .u, , thn wl n0 m. . s and damaged a largo quan- , . ... , i j ii i resist a long strain. " I ".i.; i ui-j .tin.' nini ti,u th..r ! i..ts As . 11a ' Af'-r .M.irjorle Mnsters, a militant fiffrni:-' . was sent to prison this n. r ti i.k- n ,i police court for having ttr !i a nf ereen paint through a n. . f the Home t')llce and damaged te f rp.-.!ni;H of an otllce, a male a'nti f ."mi. r' was brought up on the charge f man !. an unlawful speech. .Suffrage umiLi'Mzirs In the court eyed him i in. is' and were somewhat Indignant n-yin b. was bound over to keep the I a. e T m.n. pri .r to his arrest, was ad- FRENCH FORCES TO ; FEDERAL PRISONERS BREAK COUNTY JAIL w r t IT I Ur. - i . rowd of people ln the Vl f tlie headdiiarters of the .al and Political Union, the . tr militancy, and was mak- is MiuKestionM In regard to the ". Ahuh militancy could he i He became too enthusiastic M ir.' To the j-uftrauette lu-ad- Saws and Acids Supplied From Outside to Handlers of Had -Money. ii Pcnn.NF.cTAnT, March IS. Two Fed eral prisoners, arrested as counterfeit ers, sawed their way out of the county Jail last evening. They nre James Hamilton, alias Hart, 30 years old, said to have recently served a term ln the Kedernl prison at Atlanta, and John Cummins, known as -..d that his auditors should 'Jack the HustU'r, 3S years. mi toe place. The police feared I Secret service agents arrested the. w.l might follow his advice i men last month In Amsterdam for pass ing spurious half dollars nnd nfter u hearing before- I'nlted States Commis sioner John Alexander of this city they were committed to Jail to await tho action of the Federal Grand Jury, which sits In Syracuse the second week in April. Hoth were confined ln one cell on the ground door. The cells nre In tiers I nlry, nrtillery nnd engineering corpn , In tho last named branch of the army much careful instruction is neceuaary. nTITII nnnil IT I miU Thfi Principle to-day in not nn enormous K VA I. IlKKMAN A K Wl Y . quantity of Mildiers. but well trained t tin tnnra niutlnua mnnllia t n"1 1 1 hnvn ' Proposed Return to Three Years Military Service Only Opportunity. the more useless mouths you will havo to feed nnd tho slower will your nrmy move "I soe no reason for tho ill feeling; that Franco' holds toward fierniany. France won some battle from us and wo took our reveneo Thero is no reason why I ill feeling should oxist through tho oen- . . .. ' turies Vo have no designs on Franco, 780,000 MEN IN ONE EA It ' but Instead are desirous of ah increasing ! friendship I oeo no now war nnd I hope I that our children will see nono. Thero nM,i iv..i.i t-: rni ii 4 are somo who shrug their Hhoulders when lliat OUld Rnnp; Total 1 p to tho Increaso of armamontH is discussed Within 20,000 of Kaiser's Soldiery. : i r tr. prevent it they seized !- .ml hustled him away to W-i-n brought up in the police - ' the man was given his r 'i his promise to keep the WIRELESS CHAIN FOR GERMANY. Stnllnm to 11.. llnllt on North nnd Initio Sena. r , r i r,i,ati-h to Tnr. SrN r ' - M.mh IS. -The Deutsche, T' " -ays it understands that 'i. i! fj..ernment will build six ' - ii..ns on the coast of the s - - n .. l f..ur on the coast of the 31.170.000 FOR AVIATION. ltrliUli V r 1 1 1 Oltiiiiilea I'rovlilr for pproiijlfiiliiu .if ft 1 11,0(10,1)00. ' ' .. Marfh IS. The llrltlsh army r - ptpaieil for submission to ' li ..- ..r Commons, as announced ti Me tor an ajiprniirlatlon of -l an Increase of $1,800,000 ' "' .r It Is ptoiiosed to expend " i f..r in latlon. FLASHES FROM THE CABLE. I as a cuar.mteo of tho ixstcn of Kurone, I but the nations aro only acting naturally, j "Thero must lo some ,very strong mo . fives to cause two strong nations to begin , hostilities against each other, nnd I see no such motives A war in Kurope would Spfnal QoTTvoir, to Tnr. Scs . 1,0 ",w,ir wl',lch .ovpr m,,lon "f EuroR" , . , ., 'would lx involved, and I repeat wo will PAnts, March 7 Tho reasons .for the i not see that " proposed return ln Franco to tho three 1 years military servico. which was ahan-! JEROME WILL GET HIS $10,000. I dnned In 1005. is liest seen in an article . in France Mllitaire which shows con- nlrr Mum lllll for 1S,7IS Used clusively how and only how Franco can oppoiilng Tlimv Writ, hope to equal the growth of the Oerman j Al.nANVi M(irch ,5 r,ov .Suier to-day nrmy slgtie,i the tilll of Assemblyman Hush ap- The German army now numbers 7IH,- pronriating IIS.TCS for the expenses In 000 men, says this publication, nnd in , curre.l by the .State in opimslng a writ 1813 it will bo increased to about SOO.OOO of l',l,,,s corpus sued out on behalf of men Hut tn stinlv the two forces it is I,ftrry K. Thaw last summer. Of this K m ! . nLV H. i,eh n ,mount J10.000 will go to William Travers better to toko a fixed dat, such Dp-I j,.r,m ,1)r his services as special counsel comber 31. 1912, nnd see just how both fr tile Mtate. armies stood on that date. The Herman ' Gov. Sulier said that If the bill had built hack to hack, with an open spaco army then amounted to tho samo I been for any other eae than that of for the plumbing pipes, The men, sup- number as it does now, or 720,000 men, Thaw he would not have signed It. He tii mi from toe illusion wiin saws imu ' Mivintwi im iohows: iiii.uuu common soi- uhiii. )'"tii'-.bi n H ti 1 Ilm.lio Agulnnldo, the former ! h. I'lllplpo insurgents. Is con '. project of Msltlrig Canada In - .My the woikliiK eomiictlon lie lHiinlnlon ami (iieat llill.iln. is a similar nirineetlon between i , ins and the I'nlte.l states. I he Japanese Ili t adopieil iim ' ' tots MNir hy 1M votes against t. ilul ordinary levenue icin. units '" and tlm extranrdlnaiy rev- Ul fiti4.;01. Against these tho xpen. Mures amount to $211.- .ii.. i the extiaordlnary ixiiendl-1-1 t".o,oos. ''' of I he ,.,t Street Slgm Here. f flii.t r.f tii new street signs which it'). I iisdlent McAneny thinks will rn. easier will be put up to 1 "i K six have arrived thus far. U i.u at Parlt avenue. and Forty- nr).ti (1Ilr HB tnn thers come they placed at the street corners to tnr .rtbward. A thousand will ba here e!' March 26, acid, worked several days making the opening tn the tuck of the cell. Irog ress of the work was not discovered be cause the prisoners cut through the wall at n spot concealed by articles of cloth ing. After getting out of the coll It waB easy to reach tho corridor and saw n small bar from a window, which made nn opening large enough for them to squeeze through. This let them Into the Jail yard, which Is separated from the street by only nn Iron fence easy tn scale. Government detectives were imme diately put on tho trail. Tho discovery was made about an hour nfter the tlnm the men are supposed to havo got out. PRIEST GETS MURDER THREAT. rather Mefirath Hunts Streets for ItnuKlia Who Wrote Letters. Father McOrath of the Sailors' Mission on West street, whose refusal to be bul lied hy GienwLrh Village roughs has caused the gancs In his neighborhood to Tear him, got letters threatening hH llfo yehteidny. He bellved they oomn from ser taln gang members and last night with Detectives Ilnnnlcke and Campbell he set out on a rout of tho nelghbothlld look Ing for the letter writers. He was warned hy tho dctectlven that tho trop Involved danger, but at midnight he was still tramping the streets with his guards. Rlnp.es With Mother's Hoarder. Carrie Kmde, 17, of Voohees street. KlUsbeth, eloppd to New Brunswick on Friday with Oscar Snedlkcr, her mother's boarder. Mrs. Kmdo found the two vestordav. They showed a marriage li cense, and asked to be allowed to marry. Mrs. Emtio was obdurate, and took her daughter home. Bnedlker ho to And a, new boarding house. dlers, M,000 volunteers for one year, favors lump sum every year from which to draw -V J .. .'i m , ,n , i , .i I money to pay special counsel when needed, va.i'Ki umiei ....e-yio, , ...... Ne wnt'Ron , N. V., March IS. 40,000 officers and other men belonging to tho administrative body. Tho French nrmy on December 3t, 1912, including 70,000 men in Algeria and Tunis, numiered,595,000 men. It was composed us follows: 485,000 common soldiers, 29,000 officers, 42,000 under officers and 39,000 men In tho auxiliary servico. One year hence, or on December 31 , 1913, the German army, says France Mititairr, will number about mio.oou men. whilo tho French nrmy. without changing tho o.isting recruiting law, would num ber 001,000 men. Hut if tho servico of throo years, as proposed, is reestablished Franco will have at tho end of the present year 7k0,000 men under nrms, or within 20,000 of tho Oerman figure. These figures show conclusively, argues the journal, that the establishment of tho three years military service is an ab solute necessity if France wishes to keep pace with the other nations of Europo, particularly with her mortal enemy, Oermany, In this connection it Is interesting to note the interview with Marshal Von dor Qolt, the German instructor of the Turkish array, which a correspon dent of the Journal at Berlin secured: "I admit," said the Marshal, "that I do not understand the agitation ln France. From a military point of view your coun try occupies an exceptional position, One forgets too easily that in Germany we have to faoe two frontiers, the Frenoh on the west and your Slav friends on the east." The Marshal was asked what he thought of the three years military service and he replied; I oonatder it a necessity for tha oar- Justice Morsechnuscr of the Supreme Court to-day temporarily suspended the operation of the Prison Commission rule preventing counsel for Harry K. Thaw from meeting him privately at Mattenwan Hospital, and within two hours his counsel, William Vanatnee of this city, was In conference with hltn. Justice Morsehauser declined to hear the argument of counsel on motion to grunt permission for counsel for Thaw to see hltn privately at any time, nnd also to grant Thaw's mother a similar permit. .luitlre Morsehauser gave as his reason that his brother Charles had been counsel for Thaw and Judge Seener of Thaw's present counsel said Chnrles Morsehauser would be again brought Into it. In answer to protests of the Prison Commission Justice Morsehauser said that Thaw was not a prisoner, that he was a lunatic, and that hmhnd been declared in sane hy Judges, alienists and Juries, and that the satn privileges should ho ac corded him at Matteawan as was allowed the insane at other plucca. The case will be argued Tuesday. t'nl vemlty to net fi, OOO, OOO. Norfolk, Va March 16. President Henry Louis Smith and William Ander son, legal adviser of the Washington and i.ee University of Lexington. Va., say that an Inventory was made of the estate of the late Ilobert F. Doremus and It wns found that the university will receive about $2,000,000, Smith and Anderson have Just returned from New York. Kills Himself, Fearing Operation. Tortured with rheumatism and fan grrne, which had caused the amputation of his left foot, nnd facing another am putation, Frank Hammel, (8 years old, of 169 McAdoo avenue, Jersey City, was found dead yesterday In his room with a gas tubs In his mouth. He was em ployed by a fireworks rim ln New York and was a widower. II Uavea two mm. jfrankUn Simon & Co. Fifth Avenue 37th and 38th Sts. Women's Easter Apparel EXCLUSIVE STYLES AND FABRICS AT POPULAR PRICES Women's Tailored Suits Paris Model Costumes and Wraps Afternoon and Evening Gowns Women's Dressy Coats and Wraps Traveling and Sport Coats Dressy Silk and Chiffon Waists Trimmed and Tailored Hats ris Hand Made Voile Waists SPECIAL SALE MONDAY Women's Tailored Suits Of faille de lalne, serge, checks, stripes and silk fabrics, 29.50 39.50 49.50 Values $39.50 to $69.50 SPECIAL SALE MONDAY Women's Silk Wraps Of crepe broche. silk faille, moire, brocade, charmeuse, bengaline, crepe meteor or chiffon, 29.50 45.00 69.50 Values $39.50 to $89.50 SPECIAL SALE MONDAY Women's Paris Made Waists Of crepe or plain voile, handkerchief linen, sheer batiste, net or shadow lace, 9.75 18.50 29.50 Values $13.75 to $45.00 SPECIAL SALE MONDAY ' Women's Colonial Pumps 'Uh large Cut Steel Buckles Exclusive style of patent leather or dull kid, high arch last, cx 7 Cuban heels: all sizes and widths, 5.00 Regular price $7.50 FIFTH AVE., 37th and 38th Sts. Wt combine rccdyJo-utar amttnlente uith madclo-oritr satisfaction Lane Bryant Special Easter Offering of Smart Waists and Blouses 0 at exceptionally moderate prices. Voile, Crepe, Aironette and Lingerie In all white or with touches 01 rotor m trimmings and embroidery. Several hand made models. Values up to $12.o0 Crepe de Chine, Silk or Marquisette White, figured and colored models, tud;ed and plaited with lace and hand embroidery. 5 7c Values up to $13.75 O.O Also a number of messaline nnd chiffon In all colors, odd sizes. Values up to $6.50 1.95 to 7.45 to 11.75 2.85 25 West 38th St. ""nIwyork1. Maison Maurice IMPORTERS FIFTH AVENUE TkilorSuifc The later, authentic m6des Caltot, Cheruit, Premet Paotziri, Bernard. lanvin Jenny and others 'asmons femand latyoumar the KIDSF1T PETTICOAT and be sure you buy the genuine, identi fied by this label on tha waist-band. MEN ONLY ON SUFFRAGE STAND. I.radera mr Wnmrn Should Parade or Star at Home. No women need expect eats st the suffrage parade on May 3. The review ing stand to be erected tn front of tho library will be for men only. In response to a letter received yester day from Senator Thomas Mnlonay ac cepting for himself and asking for n ticket for his wife Mrs. Harriet Stanton Dlatch sent the following reply: "We have with pleasure entered your name upon the Hit of those who will occupy our reviewing stand on May a. There are no tickets for ladles as we expect all suffragists to march with ui, and we feel that this will be the day for antl-suffraglsts to demonstrate their belief that woman's place Is In the home. "Please thank Mrs. Maloney for her In Urait, and extend to her our cordial In vitation to Join our ranks." Others who have accepted srnts In the grand stand are Commissioner Wnldo, Assemblyman Louis A. Cuvtllter, Jnmea F, Scott, former Superintendent of Prison i William H. Maxwell, Superintendent of Schools; Borousjti President McAneny, Bnsrux juiiub narsurasr, umnn Aiior ney Whitman, IlorouKh PiesluVnt Miller Fire Commissioner Johnson. Comptroller William A. Prendcrpast. Meut.-Oov .iur tln H. Glynn nnd twenty. Ilvo Senators and Assemblymen. CASTRO SAILS FOR EUROPE. Snys lie Has Ill-en Well Treated Here and Hope to Ileturn. n,n. Clnrlano Castro, cx-cllctntor of Vcnesuela, sailed yesterday for Hamburg by the Hamburg-American liner Amerlka. The modesty of his departure punlod some nf his friends, who hail been used to spectacular performances on his part He did not have his name on the pre llmlnary passeniter list and so was left out of "The Heagoers." When he was discovered he made no effort to ponreol himself or his opinions. Hr said h would land at Hamburg and proceed thence to I ranee and that .ho felt pretty certain that his movements would not be Interfered with In the French republic. He Intends to stay only a abort time In Paris nnd then sail for th" Canary Islands to Join his family. Tha Qeneral said he considered that he had been well treated In America by tha 111 I. 1-aJL JaJ I KtosFiT prrricoAT tj NO ALTERATIONS OR WRINKLES. The best stores everywhere sell genuine KLOSFIT PET TICOATS, in Cotton (black only), at $1.50 to $3.00, also in Silks and Messaline (all colors), at $5.00 upwards. Send for your personal copy of tha KLOSFIT Style Book de Luxe, to KLOSFIT CO. KS!ett' 208 Fifth Ave., . . New York AltT .s.VI.KS AND r.XIIIIIITIONS. . ANTIQUES . from one of the largest collections in America NOW ON EXHIBITION Must Be Sold at a Great Sacrifice on account of expiration of lease. E. J. La Place, 406.8. 4th av.. cor. 28th st. nowspapers ana the people, but that the;j lu.it Administration had not given him a , suuaio deal. He said ho hoped to return to the United States and had no doubt that he would receive fair treatment from ; I the present Administration. Tho Atlmtnts-'' Itratton that has passed he declared was bound around too much with red tap.