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   Newport Daily News (Newspaper) - January 14, 1913, Newport, Rhode Island                                Second Etiitidn I..1 ESTABLISHED 1846. NEWPORT, B, L, 1013. >B r HEAT Stays witli from .tlie fiftor UJT. s Never a ,bit of trouble inSldilEfe stove. bearing hame plate. Th'ey ire Eoientiflcally built compelling perfect combustion, and possessing tremendous radiation. JReal aud only one in a life time. A. C.TITUS lit Tiftilis SB-Mt. NiTiTiort; R. J. FOR THE SECOND WEEK OF OUR WE OFFER THE MOST SURPRISING RUGS, MATTINGS, LINOLEUMS, OILCLOTHS, ETC. That the Buyers of Newport Have fever Known, If S Mini htt bad. OVERLAND DELIVERY Handsoniest and most reliable light delivery ear on tlie market. NEWPORT ENGINEERINC WORKS. DI8IBIBOTORS FOR KSVPOTUT OOUNIY. MONUMENTS ihrble and Granite Headstones, Cemetery Poata arid Ourbihg. Bolleri Lapd Markers. IACOB J. MOHR, 23 Long Wharf. MEiKLE, Mason 6nd 06riient Tilei PhPne 113. STARK BROTHIERt. TAKICAB TEL. 859. SOME VERY FINE WWTE ASH COAL PASSING THROUGH OUR SEPARATOR. TRY IT. NEWPORT COAL COMPANY. ILLIES WIDE TD END TIE PEIEE -ClIFEIDlCE, Siniflltaneously With Pi'esenta- tioti of Note to the Porte, Armtstici li I'pintiM Sim DKimlwr 3 ii.kft Tiriiiutei Jan. decision nltoly to up tho peaco confer- once in London, simultnneously .with the presentation Ib the Turkish s'oy- cinmeht or tho..note ot the European iiowers, was readied today by the chiefs of tho peace delegations the. Balkan allies. The.-resolution pr (he: representatives .Sreo'e'e. b'o.eoiri-' munlcatecl 16 the Porte In- a note. _. 4 The threatening note of iii6 to tne Turlia'.ia-tb JIB Birch a way that-It" Will not.too -jrdaihideYa'tdoJ. The uneinbcra of tho Balkan League are of opinion that ttie note drafted fcy the European diplomats diluted that it requires tho mlituriTof n vitalizing tonic, ana this they think will bo Aiip- pUed -by their threat to continue tlllties., At the same time It was decided to instruct, the of the arhied foi-cej of' the allies In tho fleld to terminate the. armistice, which hat been In operation since December 3. Since that date hostilities between Bulgaria and 'Servta, oH the one Bide, arid Turkey .on.tho other, have entire- ly ceased. Greece, who did not sign the armistice- protocol, however, has continued inghtlug against Turkey both on' sea and land with varying success. also, which was nominal- ly" a -party to. the armistice, has been engaged.in tho Interim in. many severe skirmishes with the Iroops forming the Kdrriaon of tho Turkish fortress" of Scutari, 'which shows no sign of yield- Ing.' It Is believed that the Ottoman troops', xnoat. of form part of the regular- army, are fairly well provided with food and ammunition, as Scutari alway a was a great centre of tho grain trade and the Tufrks have a con- siderable aracnnl. there. -Janina, In the.south of Epirus, was made the. rallying polnf fol- a. .large force of .Turkish troops, .who from -Mpria'stlr and other .places in Macedonia .and Albania.- Tho: Greeks lia-ve closed all-approaches to the fort- ress -from the south, but to the north nml'west the communications are'Stlll open and the Turks thero arc able to obtahi supplies. Conflicting.reports as. tp 'conditions In 'great fortress' of Adrianople 79. SALE I OF HIGH GRADE MADRAS. AND IN COLORS. 200 pieces 1 1-2 yds. long 25c each 400 piebee 3-4 yds. long 10c each 250 squares 24x24 in. 5c each I The beat values we have ever offered in Jtliis liaa. Your Inspection THE KAZANJIAN Strwt. _ ,yO er-n thai Turkish Iroop? ana Ihhabl-. the city are suffering greatly rrcon tjisoade and lack of suprplIes.-Thijy have beerribesleged" ever sEnce the fast week .of-Octrfber by. the Bulgarians, who have 'since been reinforcpJ by bodies fresh from their victories on the other side of the Balkan peninsula. Before the TchataUa lines defending Constantinople there -is n great army of Bulgarians who are mrongly InT trenched, and .'fronting- tY.mn in the line of fortifications, stretching across the narrow neck of land of w'nfch' the Turkish capital forms hold, -are large 'bodies Turkish some of tliom the remnants of 'the defeated armies who fled before tho advancing Hutgarlans i or other fresh. troops brought -up from Turk'iah provinces! of Asia' Minor. In the expectation that the "last ijVord" from Constantinople -will., ar- rive here today, every despatch reach- ing: .the Turkish peace, delegation is opened -with anxiety. The representa- tives oC (he -Balkan allies that ready -to face all eventualities. They say that not less 'than of theior .troops are concentrated around th'e fortress of Adrianople arid nlonfc the lines of Tchtitalja, whllo'aU theJr heavy siege batteries hive been placed fn posftibn before Adrianople, not only from 'Bulgaria ibut also from Servia, whqsa.arms factories havi been of great assistance during the war In supplying- guns and ammuni- tion to the Bulgarian armies. the Servian hero of 'MonaaUr, asserts that within two days Adrlaiiopld can bd captured. Although the mobilization of the Russian, and Italian armlca Is .denied, there Is no doubt that Austni ary still her armanenld ith tho object of enforcing her claims in tho Balkans, especially lu Albinla, The plenipotentiaries r-t 'the .allies remark that the attitu'elo of AusttHa- Hnngary is not so mu.oh against tliem as against Italy, arid 'that for this rca> aon, otvlnff -to'thc rivalry of these two meinhcrs-of the TrlplA. Alliance, the Balkuh states will suffer. They assert Wat '-'Austria-Hungary Is depriving Montenegro of Scutari only 'because In case that city does not becoma the capital of Albania. -Avlona which -Is under the direct Influence of Italy, will -be chosen. TO CONDUCT A. REST CURE. Mrs, Bordcn Har'riman to Take Up Business NEW YORK, Jan. -Mrs. J., Bor- den Harriman intends to join the of prominent New York society women have up business enterpris- es, according to announcement .today. On account the illness of her hus band, iMrs. con- vert Tier extensive country estate at near Ml, .Kenslco, Into a rest cure resort for tired-out city people. lira. Harriman has identified for several years with many _lmportarit movements for Is president of t [Special despatch, to iNewi.) Jan. eoiiite and h'ouse each -liadi a lively day today, tho 'latter toolii? liusy dvw- iio> adoption -Thd Demi- craU -maidB Vhcse, fry -thV.'commltte'o, andOJr, LLpVy ot.Gfjhwiiofi, RH Its ehnlN" fian, ha'0, lite battlo !n of TJip   Dlxon, Joseph Quarmhy, Orln Arnold, Addiaon P. Miinroe.. A, Bennett, Amis IT. Lund. Wialtfer B, Knight, Joseph w. Freeman, Kdmund Walker. ran kllri S. Philip H. Wilbour, Peckham, Thomas H. -Barlior, Kdmund WaJkerr   table tho order was re- fused 'by a vote of 69 to SO. .Representative Austin moved to amend tho order by. Including .Boprcsenlatlvo Jamos Mathleson ol Rangoley, another Ro- puWIean'-pqstjnastef -who wos claimed to be a. Progressive, and the amend- ment was adopted. Koprescntativo Austin to up each oaso separately and d point of order was raised. The Speaker ruled lhat the Austin moUori was In- order, arid wren 'Hojnresehtatlvo Nawbert appealed from tho ruling wns .sus- tained by a vote of 76 to 13. TJlero are 18 Republicans and 13 Democtala In the 'house. Hoprcsentatlvo Wise of GnJlford -who Is an a Koston ni-nn ;ho only abaontoe. The Speaker did nof'vote. KepreEentatlve 'Parrnr was unseated, tbe vote be I he -70 to 71.. IWlVlIo E. mo- tion to re-consider tbls action waa pending, Ihe hour oM2 Kri-U'ed house proceeded to yota.iqr Senator. HOLLis IN THE No Wins in Either Branch of New (j.OJTCOaD. N. H., Jon. >io can- didate for United Slates Senitor 're- ceived-. a majority, of tiie In either branch of the New Hampshire legislature today. In.tho-alate; senate the stood: HeriryJF. Jlollla of'Concord, 11; Henry B. Qulnby.' bf'Mobnla; (Rspn.) C; Roaecrana Plllabury of Londonderry, (Ropno 0; Clarence E. Carr of Prank P. Carpenter, oTManchester, (Dom.) 1; not voting two.. In -the house. the state of the vote was as folowa: HolMs 103. Qulnliy 108, PlllsJmry 56, Robert P. Bans, (Pros.) 16; -Sherman E, Man-- cheater (Reim.) 7; John M. Olle 6f Hanover (Uepn.) 7; Thomas Chalmers of Manchester, "TRepri.) 3; William J. Tucker at Hanover) 'and "Wllllafhi B. Chandler of Warner, Efyvard .N.- JPea'r- son of. Concord, F, .toward. Samuel W. Emery and John K, Bart- letf of Porl9movfh; all Republicans; and Messrs. jCarpcnf.ter .and Carr, 1 each; "paired four; not yot- ASK RE-ADJUSTMENT OF Condcjctors and Trainmen of Pennsyl- vania RatTroad PHTJ-ADIvljr-HIA, Jan. With the enElneers wage dispute arbl'triittd and lylth (he q'uesllo'n of Increased -wagea for firemen. In hands of Uio Pennsylvania. Company now facing a demand on the part of Its conductors and tralnmon for .ro- adjusmpnt of swages. r. lass 'of em- ployes dskcd for the es'tabllsnmerit of a sliding scale, a mlnulmum rate' .of baaed.on dlstanco traveled, a schedule .for. overtime andichangea In -yard service. of the company will jErivo the men. an 'answer Jan- uary 27. conductors and trainmen were given a ten jie'r cent increase about two years ago. road regulations o.nd General manager STEAMERS ARRIVED. New -YdrX, Jan 14, Nieuw from Amsterdam: and Rotterdahi. New -York, Jan, 14, CeJrlc from Liverpool. STEAMER REPORTED. grASCONSTTT, Jan. netonka from London for New Tork 210 miles eaatjt .Sifidy1 Hook m, will 8; 30 m. Wecfri 5-----3-3 op purlng th. Niw Y6rk Lif. iMued 'ovtr i.' -r POLICIES For ihiti .198 MILLION DOLLARS. On which 'flrit 'hjivii to khe Company in Company it now eompoud of hcfdori of. ovtn I.- 1 MILLION. POLlCiES.... Protecting tho in- of world to of bout BILLION 179 MILLION DOLLARS Of Mid InaUranoV t aim for of .bout 68 MILLIONS Oyer It Ntwport of The New YoVk Keeps Fruii PriceiS Fruit, Grapa fruit, imill, per doz, Orjinges, per dor. Bunnnut, per doz, Applet, pk. V.a.tobli. per bueh, Oniohj per buili. Turfitpi, per EGGS, Good Brookfiild Farm. B66.' MCI IZt. 274 Thamss Strset. Opliolsiering JOHN STREET, NEWPORT, R. I. STOVES. Wo a large aasorlnient of and Second-Hand Heating. Stoves and Ranges at ithat are bound to suit, i We buy Second-Harid House Furniture -No duan- titj too large, uoiie too sinall. The I. X. U. 138 BROADWAT. Geese, per Ib Grape Fruit dz Fresh Tripe 2 Ibs for 25ci Pickled Tripe 5clb 6lbsfor25G MARLBOROUGH MARKET, H. H. BARKER, 76 and 37. FLORISTS'S2IVIIJE. WHEN.yon telepho'nft to us it receives tlie sama attention ks when you H: j. MASS SON. 196 ..Td.'.J .THOMAS MAQUIItl, Mason Contractor. All Kinds of Work, Briblc Laying, Ctmtni 2S Should. not forgejt selves -of the opportuhi ty of 'get- ti'agi'p'oiimt ol r j. -1" LiaaRtr's 460 FreuohTuraips, .jjiieiiel 5fio :6r Imlf Btfip'i pet Ib 18o J. ft. 346-348 Th.iriM At prices tiat'afoiid putjn coinptiriHbil With 'sale's lidrk: or. EVdr 3? af {Idle' 'fa Bf .-Untftual BfibiHlVE StiHififd' :for quality, iio Smat'fe'r how i y v 'i -f.. Bdaall in'y'bef ihfe' a'ttiole. Artlolei BiaS price ...So. Ironing: Best. 'urea, TQff. prlco 6v' Tubular-------v price EC. BMClyil'.V'. Keitel'i Collar rex. price Serpentine. Colin r sup- por-ta prlco Go. card 3c. can! WarrBn't Fcaliiorbono" ycL Dreea FaatenerB rog 8ft. i, 60. vrtce'lOc. card. card Dtlongc 'CyritK't for So. fnia Banner.-Paper'-' Pins, 1 %iwiy Pinij :jj i. price paper 2 ier So. tfqiCfoS'.' Bo.. 1 doz. to TH. r i'.-oyrrf. ior A weU'v know h flhleld rnj; filat pr, -I-r Holders, 2S.o. V.v ,-iaSi' eioK Sl'rfns-Stgm -Teg' V' 10c.-aso.- .'vUi'.TVe' Hair BrashSl '2 fef So. Milward rog. f ptpiri 60. kl'no'' 'Cotiori rejf. .price V ,doji. _.t ..v BarWfiiP. TiliiW obi.; jfcooJ, ,yd, Seirihjr 26c ifcool TM-ya.; i BJick: t Sltk rej.'prlca -V... i. vet Grip .Pad' pr. Hrfir prtps-, tUi ftrtie.   

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