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NEW-YORK, MONDAY. DECEMBER 25, HM1
?f '1,'VTln <??> ?>?* >*?"" YorU.4or*oy ? .' I* h?J?I I
t !...> I KI.SKHHI Kl r?l? I KM?.
Says System Which Allows Ex?
treme Luxury and Actual
Poverty Cannot Last.
CHARITY NOT THE SOLUTION
Peclarcs Cause of Trouble Is
Special Privilege to Some and
No Opportunity Worth
Having to Most of U6.
Fr??<!f ? -. k Townaend M rtln wax?sd no*
rm'!?-- * Ig ht t.? th.?
ccn?err- preaent and future, of th? Bow*
-p ??- riio lone, nan-oar audt?
tor,-?! ! ' * ? ? minion was packed with
nho rui?h,?<i elhowa ?'ti thli oc*
. -th Mr Martin. l>nt
, . Prienda* who. Ilk? him,
?re reir-o?.*??! fr.?ni actual w.ml H the
auch thlnaa. Mr. and
j?r? .1. ? : R i-r.?\? ; wer? o were
yr, | m Valkenbunh and Ed*
?. : rtram ? ?rutjer.
Darlington, of Harrtaburar,
I ttend th? met tin?;
Mi Martin twrfan hla addroM
and Mr Martin had *
up t"K<?tiv r v? hilt Jan
loi of il?" Audubon
jntr?*' the Bishop ol Penn
? i- had Mi Brown
? the ni" I
Women Vote in Bowery.
- o? ;? ? Inristmaa
; ? er his health
ig the warned
Mr. M.irun tl I
te be ac?
tnlk to you tl?. K. 1 :
?i jii I ',
mid aav a
? words are
" '? ?* only
rit, but m IxkrV I l?a\
?ill . l,
O ?il l'i"?.? . ,?
for tin great multitude,
? ? .iV point of or m s< "lai p? -
'The day must -.?1 not
i he opportonti . -l? for
i win reap
II have to ho eaw?era tu be
?t.u in. The
-, ?.f existing
i< di ?
u 'i. r<? then Is opportu- ?
is In the |
.I prlvil? -ai i
_ ?K .. w.i :.- ?.'.???
: ' .?w ran
in Individ- ,
.. doing, i "?ill \
? . ordi of ?
? appeal ?'lint, j
nkt* ?. iblla
.* ?ad the poem '
?i i hi? h the j?.-?i???!
:??*.-.. rful limou
rb, .?. hile chauffeur^
UP Of t.iltrr?-,]
ol the ? rowded au?
MM CUT C0S~T OF
Boston Company Formed
Argur with Undertakers,
?l : next
.' i nd? taking < on
? ,., ol
? to ret
? >!" ,
. . , . rcently
. 11. ? introt, r m
I \v. Lona, "''
lent ?t pony,
? ? men and i
the B ge A.
- ith ('hut-el tl R? ??.
?n win,t Is
MORSE MIST SPEND CHRISTMAS AS PRISONER.
President T.ift declined recrterdaj t?? par?an Um convicted banker.
The Lady of the
Her social duties, her care:
what she can do and can
do, and the history of man
famous First Ladies of th
Land told in chatty, informin
style by Foxcroft Davis in nex
Sunday's Maga/me of
The NeW' York
TWO KILLED: SEVEN HUR
Men Work Quickly to Get Hoi
day at Home Span Falls.
? 'amfJsii N .'. i '? -1 Te o ni?
were killed and seven Injured, sever
perhaps fatally, when :> 70 feet span b
iced ?Ti position over th?* Peni
aylvanla Railroad bride?-- on the Mrdfoi
br.in? li over Cooper Creek f?*li on tli?*
.-?,-.? \\];,Tr \ho BCCtdel
?>',*iirr<*rl |g ten m'le- beiOW this city.
Tli?-- dead ?r?* C. W Ehrtera and
, irej both of < 'aniden
Th?* Injured Joseph K.*san. of At.
riebt thigh and riphi shoulder brokei
George Moore, of Glassboro, light 1'
broken; John McQuigf, of Caraden, le
rid ripht .''mi broken; John Carpel
ter, of Woodbury, left leg broken an
back injured. William Kembe!. of Can
?ion. breast . rushed and leg f*n<l rigr
shoulder broken; John Ferrell. of Qlsal
boro, Injured Internally, and Blue iian<
of Canden, right leg and right an
In th? bop? of setting liom?* to thei
families f<?r Chrlatmaa the men wei
working rapidly with Jarkeerews who
the spur, wjiii,h -??/as wlthtn a few**lnehe
?i the abutment, slipped and fell o
Care> and Sntors **.erA kno. ked over
b"f?rd and were drowned before hel
rraeh them. The other? wer
?-I ?)??wn but were r?s< ue<l afto
h;,rd work by fello*** laborers. Th
im', e not yet been iv
red The injured were brought t
the Pooper Hospital in this city.
SANTA CLAUS GETS STUCI
Chimney Rebels When Fat Al
derman Essays Role.
Bvei BIH -riet ?l??eB not celebra!
dosa ?""?< ry on?- in tha
? Santa Claua To mas) t
i In tha narrow lane ho is onl
.i hearssy, something lesiwed since tha
? . But rest? rdsy i.?* wa
- 11 ??> i. ?**. 'i? i ri? bad
: .1.1 tim? too
ii. with th* \?.i?'
and "? Alderman Krank .) Doti
iich a physique! V?.u nmembei
how In the poem It "shook Ilk
,. iiy" Mderman Detsler'
I ? inds, being I
. . tij adipose sMermai
of them sit.
He i" a rnemb? I - iolljf fellows th
. nub, end ! - fello? membi r
sould i??it him t.
? -i in th? ni <?f No. ? M
?tree! .. red wooden cl Imney *.?.;?* aet up pi
Dotal? r wa expe? t-?
.,, rat i perfoi msnee scheduled fo
? night, it was a dreaa rehesrasl, toe
f?,r he Wore ;?. red Jerkin trimmed witi
. riiiin.', black I.ta, merry bella ti.at jin
?i t! at ii" had knitte?
. r II?* was lioist?-?
lo th? top of tha chimney and started t?
.?An || Hi? weight ? ? down i
little way. And then hta lees waved, h?
. , .,\en mifl til] snd hi? mdffliHl ahouta pro
claimed that h? wsa hopeleaslj stuck. Tin
i.,t .M-n had a good tima Laughing at in:
plight call? <i many pecpla '?
down, b?fese ;?t last tbej
i>ir?k.- ..inn ihi chimney and t?"?k oui ti.?
: putt? ring, apoi I? tie Dotalet
He tii"i it ai gh( bul with nc
? aua wee du?
I sti ? ind so tha fat alderman,
the Baa*! rii'i? ?
art?? i ? ? ? . . ?treel
Hn<l ip Ai - n?"' i' to
w in? man? ? tlniM . Whlk
tood ?.h the sides.iiks
for ins ?-.i tiHt'H. i ?tfsr
in, ? ? ? i
? , o " - -
BISHOP DENOUNCES WARS
Those in Persia and in Tripoli
Most Unjustifiable in History.
i ? troll i ??? M TiiHt the reel liopt ??f
universal |. ? - |B SB In? v itahl?- rr
fuaal "i ? ?? mai es to In led r?i -ah? ??? er
i- .. ihi an? m m ?>i ? ..i .. beau
oi the modern one >.f
trad? ? ? -, i i;i. hop
?'iiiiii. - i?. w lilla nu in h -<r?i',.ii to-daj ??t
S' r ? Pro* Kpiaenpsl ? !athedrsl.
ting t.? th< Itsllsn i-ampalgfl in Trip?
oli and th? i set it m l', i -1 ?.
VVDllsina pronounci .| in- rn t'.-<- twe
la history. an?i i?f
added thai tha propaganda .?f arbitration
? i u| mi n.i
ould .? ? am .< coi ?i -
in? upon the rolcano Vesuvlu Moulin??
of the McNa
Who can deny thui certain craasd Is i
?i t., a ?Id seta ? ?? * '"?
|, in-. ' ,.\. , ?,mjK U|?.!i |.r '
? ? ? .1 ? ..inn nni .o- umountlnfl to
? .,' wai and tu regard th*ros?lvea
In th? Ugh) ..! hero?
li i .ibl? t ? i.jini? ii?n labor
? ; , en it -'?m. ..f thin
leadei ould ha\< pi q , .| un* nrth! . and
,,li i...i ' ?? iii'in ?. ml pear? \?<"ii'l bi B?*w
. Hgaln?i urg?
? action, ?"f wlilch l
tLi.:?, a.?, eeflN itCOA _?_.
'HABLES w MORSE
MORSE PARDON REFUSED
President First Consults with
BANKER CONVICT NOT DYING
Family Has Been Making Un?
usual Efforts to End His
w ash ? c'?- i ><-"-. :") The Presldenl
t ?-?.?' declined t" pardon Charles W.
Morse The explanation ..f hi?? decision
li contained In th?-? following statement
Issued from the White House;
Tl ? President to-day ?called into ?01
tion the rangeon general of the ?rmv, the
?urgson r-'itthI of th?-- navy an?i Ma.l?>r M
A fjicjsney, mHical corps, I S. A., on the
report of th.- board of phyalclana ai At?
lante ?is to lh< phyntcai condition of
Charlei w Morse, \tt.-i full ?consid?ration
of ti ? reporl at explained to him by tii?*m.
the President was um satisUed that Imm**?
d?ate action wai uecessarv, hut directed
that he be kept fully sdvl ed at frequent
Ahoui three weeks age the first alarm
int* report concerning Morae's litasen
reached the Wl it.- House This wag a?:
eotnnaaiSd by a petition for the banker's
relea.se on the ground tha* further con?
finement would result in his death. Th??
l.rlsnn physielans seem? <l to agree on
this point President Tuft was not sat
laflOd, ln.v.?-?\er, and rofutsd to give
Moras his freedom. Shortly thereafter
OthOT report** < nin<-- to the White BOUM
Indlcatlni that Mors?'a i ondttloa was
This resultad In an order fron, ?
?President to the ward? d of the panltan*
Uarj Uta! Morn.? be removad from the
prison hospital m the army hospital at
r.,i- McPharaon, Oeorgia, The army
surgeona ?received ordei to t atch
Morso'a developments minutely, and to
advise tin Pr?sident should it appear
thai the patl? nt's condition was hopa?
from the army doctoi *
Indicated that Morse wai Improving.
Within the last tWo or throe ?lays, how
ever, '. ?cha?are f"r the worse acamad to
en place. The army surgeons
r>-t being altogether satisfied with their
own diagnosis, called several phyalclana
from Atlanta In ronsultatlon. n was
the report of those doctora that the
Presldenl laid before Burgeon Oeneral
Blokes, Burg-son Oeneral Torney and
Major Delaney thi?- morning.
?From the announcement at the White
House it appears that, after all, Mor.--*?
la in ti" ser)..us condition, and that ble \
life may be prolonged Indefinitely. I
Otherwise U Is known that the ?Presi?
dent would bave tamed .1 pardon to day,
to have become effective to-morrow,
President Taft ?l.: not Intend to ?per- ?
mit Morse to die .*i prisoner unlea thai
patienj'a end should come so suddenly j
that his i. leaae could not be granted .
The Presldenl is Jual us determined that '
Mors? shall not have hia liberty K thsre i
la an) likelihood that he will li\.? toi
aerv? out ins si nten? ?,
Morse'i famll) has bean partlcularl) 1
scth? m Ills behalf f.?r the last sis :
week They hav? urged through then
gttornej and through their pi
physicians the claim that unless Morse
1 pardoned he ?nrlli die. They ee* thai
n mentsl depression haa .-. ttled ov?er htm
which w ill make his physical recovery
mu ?sslble s?, long ?1- he remains In
\ : lenta, De* -t. ? liarles W. Moi ? ?
th? Neu fork bankei servings sent?n?
in the federal penitent Ian her.-, wag not
Inform? d to night ? f the >J< ? Iskhi of
Pr? aid? m Tsl 1 i?"i t" i?.ii-?l'.ii ii.ru. h
said .*?. i'"i 1 M'l'h. is.?n s h? re hi
Is confined In the army hospitsl, that bis
rondltlon to-night la nol as favorabi? si
it wai yt stardaj Phj ai? all] be la about
th? sum. but h? 1 suffering from .*?
Th? n? *? ol Hi? i'i? iid? m d? im,,-i
was ;i ahock i" the benker'a frlenda and
attorn? : here They 1 ;??l oonfld? nth
h?|.??i that th? pardon a*ould be Issued
b L*h?rtatmas day. Morts'a tinter and
daughter vlsltod lmu for t ahort time!
to-day, but Mra Murs.- was t?>" m to
make the trip i-> tha fort
TA?T MAY JOIN HAYMAKERS
Berkshire Man BhtpiVf Handmade
Rake to Fit the President.
Plti ii' i?i. Ms ?- i?' ' ' i'i. -i.?. nl Taft
v 1,1 book have .*? Iiandinad? bayrake to a<i?i
to hia ? ?'ii?*? i'"" "? " : .?ii w ?
gttfdmaa, af Tyrlngham 1- mssahf ?? rake
for Mr Tan II II sf straight grain?
ji?i baa been bigtiij i?.?.n>-h.?<i ThaP ?
a-ut h ?"- ? 'i ?'!? din in "
ii. m?i?Min-iiiiiii ??t Un length "i ii?- pi
.im and ?, 1 ?i ? rag? te m tii '
#ii,'i.'L'rtlon3t "* w ?.? '
Wu Ting-fang. Representing
Addresses U. S. People.
Great Britain and Japan Make
Move for Maintenance of
sh.i ighai, 1 ?> ' . -.">. Tan?1 Shao-yi, the
iini,, rial ?'? lej ;t- at tli?- p. a> >? eonf? ?
ence, and Wu Ting-fang, th? Foi .
Be? i -'.?i .ii il.? i >?' oiutlonat ? ' i
gai ? out Igned >tat< ment? ?.Ia?
i.ri- ii\ aettlng lortii ib. Ir \ k wa Thel
n-,. ii \\ o Tina;-fang ap? elfl? ?.I
.'rl ,---,; I :? ? Vrn? ! il .in |.pie.
i n Sun rat-sen, s hose natn.
moil, ion.-.i In r-onnectton with the pit i
,,' ti,,' propo ;.-d i 'i-, ?? se i ? public,
arrived 0 o'clo? k this morning. H?
? ., .. loomed ? a ap clal ? ornmltt? i
composed nf n volutlonarj rjvil end mlll
tarj ofH< '
?leheral Horn? Lei ? ??merlcan ofH?
. er, accompaniea I hr. Bun.
Word comes from Peo Ting fu, en Im?
porterai military centre, thai the bospt?
there are making preparations t??
cere f??i a large numbei of wounded.
This i? taken to Indicate, along with
other signe, thel the imperial govern?
ment Intends to renew hoetllitlee. It is
believed that Premier Tuan Bhlh-kal
sees ii,?* hopeleasnesa <?f the pra.*e cou
ferenoe ?'md evidently deelrea to repeal
thr moral effect of the capture of Han
Teng by retaking vYu-Chang, which
under present conditions should fall
eeell' to the Impermltstl
Thirty-four queueless rebel prieonen
have reached Pao Ting fu. This baa
aroused comment, becauaa pri.sonei an
seldom takf?n in < 'hlna Th?*- Chinees
hh\o difficulty in understanding th?*
W?r-stern Mea of csptuiing .?nd raring
for pri5on. t a,
London, Dei -4. a Bhanghal dispatch
to "The I>ail- Telegraph" .says It if ex
rct'*?! Unit the peace conference will be
resumed on Tueedsy. Bun Tet-een, the
rff'irm leader, will return to Shanghai
Premier Tuen Bhlh-kal has made no
reply yet aa to whether he will accept
a Peking dispatch says that the Chl
government has been advine,i by its
ministers abroad that Great Britain and
Japan have made overturea to other
powers with a view t.? eecuiing their co?
operation In Intervening In China In
favor ??i .?. monarchj.
'i'h?; Shanghai correspondent of "The
Times" commencing on the situation,
saya that the whole- nation ia awaiting
the d^elr-i?*.. of one man Personally,
add? the , . -respondent, Yuan Shih-kai
ti.-??lr?--s pea.-e and is willing to abide b)
the decision of the National assembly,
but fears thai ? dsdelon in favor of a
republic would cause complication a with
On at Britain and Japan.
Poking, lier M An sdlcl iSBIied tO-nlght
in th** dignified terms srhich have eharac?
t?**riasd such do'-nrnent?. alnce Yuan Shlh
kai a"??uni?*,i the Pr***mrJei*ablp, cenfei
thumooa iron.?" un ti*.- Imperialist com?
mander Who committed sulf-ide when (he
? ity of Chao?Chos was captured by the
rebela This Is o iny such honors I
recently beetowed i,- i-r.?iior r?an, which|
the ex-Regent did not dsre to bestow, and
:' mssna that ruar ha? not bees intimi?
\ 'liable Chinese report bai '.,?*-*ti h
retvsd from Chung-King *hat TtMn-Pang's I
i ead la '-ire taken to Hu-Peh f..r t.,
Turl Pang wa fornsirl? director general
of the Hu Kwang rHiirnmi iio had n
l> been appslntsd Vlcero; of Baa C
1'rovlno?, nmi ;?.-,..i-.|lnir to information ;
reaching the missionartea si Chung-King
?.?..?- killed by bis ...vn aoldiera ..i 'i ? :
Chow Tusn-Fsag discovered thai his
troops srsre disloyal, and aftsi attempting!
to bribe the otBcers tried to er*-cspe In
pany with his brother. But the soldlera f? n
upon him, and both were backed to pieces.
Tokio. i?'T. j*. ?it Is stated here that tl
tags ii?? not yet bssn reached In the peaca
rxt-gotations at Bhanghal ?<t which in. ^..?jd
oflta of a third party would'b? acceptable.
it :s f, ;?:r<?, i.,,.i-, ov.-r. that the negotla
?rill reach a dead loca within a fi ??
owing to the uncompromising atii
tudi of both aldea regarding tb< form of
government which shan i > -r. \ .?. 11 in China
oonservstJv? asctton hare, which is
Influentlsl snd which Incluthia tha Elder
Btatesmen, la against the estahUahment of
a republl? In ?'hi?a. Although govern?
mental ofaclala are rdlent and rr*-alntala ??
strict neutraUty, wall Informed persons here
believe u Imposslbl? for them to Ignore the
i/icwa of the Elder Btstesmen.
Two compsnlea of Infantrj trun, th? Ko
di .?; don with machine guns i om
inanded bj Colonel. srill -r.?rt for Han
?? m M-?ii on I '? ?? 'm'" '' -' T
troop? win reach their destination on Jan?
uar: ' ? !:'' hsve t- ? n dispatched, It Im
mated, to replsce the msrines landed at.
Harbin, Dee, :i Qeneral Chao Brh-h?un,"
Viet roy of Manchuria, ordered Ihe
,\. ,-iiti,.!i of rtxt ispected revolutlonlata
on Baturday last si Nlkotsfc.
ho v..iH drivas ?>??? of i rga tha espltal of
Mongolia, when sutooomi wss declared
some v ? ? i-.- ago, i'??*1 '"? ?'" !" d Manchuria
\ ?af< oondud lo Peking will be eccoroVd
him The Ambas ?^ aerompanled I
Mancha ?Prince Rung, whose Influrm-a, Il la
understood, i?= bring urs*d i- th< Hsnch at
In thrir efforts lo nulllfj th? Intrigu? * ef
.p.,, |,.,u, Lan?a ?-f Tlbel snd fer
eignera In Mongolia, snd t.. bring sboul the
. M pf Mongolian royalo
SNEERS AT HOBSON
Japanese Doctor Makes Light of
His War Talk.
ttlant* ?"'? ??" -? '?'rh"
that th.-re w.H never ba a wai netween
and ti,- i .?i""- ?at i I
,i,al u m, h.n predicted i.'?>< bj
? ,|.nun H ; ' ' ' ,k'"
,,,,,,.,.-? . .,|,i pr Ina/.? Nit?.i"\ ..i Tokio,
Japan who win Invited ta addn a n.? b'i
meeting ??' the ?eung ?Men' I nrietl it I
Delation to -1 ?'
? 1,, in? m t plk? ? ' ? .? i "Jsi mi ha
?ii it can do lo > ?"'? " * '''
, then la rt-oihlng whatevet In th?
i ,ik ,.. .i,?.'.i , wanttni ?< ? V lllpplni
W, he ? all e/a i an de lo ta ?
cur awn ? "unti\ and ? an ?. ? Itboul
tretchln : out ?<" ,;.' '".''"r '*"? "'
ii ti,, ii- ai, an] |l?catt?ens at
?,, mi. batweei J ipen ."l 11 ' I
,. : ,' ?ii?"i with?
out r< orilBi " " ?
?,r -*g|foi ?*'i lhat foi . wait to ? ?:?
. i al 'h- irai poi i ui n. e?l?.'-l
DELEGATES OF CHINESE FACTIONS
TELL OF NATION'S CRISIS
TANG Sil \u YI.
DECLARATION BT TAN?; BHAO- J
VI IMPERIAL DELEGATE AT
THE SHANGHAI PEACE CON
The situation i?a China to-day de?
mands caution and deliberation, and
also the highest form of patriotism,
which means the subordination of
everythinq to the welfare of our
I am trying my best to settle alt
major differences as a result of this
conference and show the world a
new China, united and strong, auton?
omous and peaceful, and a whole peo?
We will not divide China. I want
peace her? and throughout the world,
but dre-*d any form of intervention.
iSignedi - TANG SHAO-YI.
DECLARATION BT \\T TING
r.\N<;. REVOLUTIONART DELE?
GATE AT THE SHANGHAI
PEACE C< >NFEREN< i;
Greetings to the people of the
United States and the world from a
representative of the newly formed
sister republic! We hope and expect
to accomplish our great purpose.
When that is done it will benefit
not only the people of China, but all
nations with which we are commer?
cially and diplomatically connected.
I feel sure that all nations sympa?
thize with us in our struggle for lib?
erty, freedom and better government.
I confidently expect that the nations
will remain strictly neutral, as they
have declared themselves to be. until
our conflict is ended.
?Signed? WU TING-FANG.
WIFE AS CHRISTMAS GIFT
Widower, 55, Writes to Boston j
Postoftice Santa Claus.
B I ?'?.?? - - 'I'rlh'in-. 1
?Boston, Dec ? 1 Bants Claua has been I
asked to assume the role >.; Dan Cupid
by John Parrlll, .?j Prarnlnghaas, fifty? '
Hv< * old, who .?sks as his i'hi*i3t-|
mas gift .i good looking widow of about
forty yaara. He ?believes that his wish
will be grant-so and la making prepara-?
ttens to receive the wife-to-'b-g,
.itihn i<".irriii Is lonesome, Hia wir?
ni??'! three years ??*-.'" The Idea '-uno t<>
him t>? ash Bants Claus t'> '.?ring him a
wife, ao i. ni the following letter to
! hue Boston - Santa ?'lau?-*:
al) dear old Snuid ? Mi i \- u are
i i iiiKi". ? ? , to i housands o
v ..iiiiiii \ .?ii let ?? bright ray ?
i hui an old fsi- i
low, Ofty-nv? r/eai of age a n dower, with
i.?> children i am ?i h an of good chare?
lei and Ir. good health, i "?11 ?? ??'">?. iioim? I
and ii;i\<- n good j.ii. the year around, and]
ana ..lit ?r -ioht. Will you plisase --??tul mci
a. real, liv.? baby, about forty ????ara of age,
y> \s i<j.??i*. preferred no objection? to ?>ne or
Bases for Provisional Commer?
cial Pact Settled Upon.
Madrid. \io< ji Tin-. Bpahlgh govern* '
ment, II la und-srsl.I, has flnall] sat* '
tied upon 'ii? bases for j provisional
commercial convention w'ith Cuba.
a special committee has had under
examination ?the varioua treaties with
tl,.- United States and Cuba for many
m..in]!;--, and it is believed that the
treat with Cuba aa now proposed has
? t, excellent chance of being accepted,
?is it doea m.1 clash with Cuba'a cora
merclal conventiona with the Unit? 1
States, ii? i* beet msrket.
JAPAN SEES OPPORTUNITY
Russo-American Passport Con?
troversy Hailed by Nippons.
st. Petersburg, 1 tec. 24. A n? n 1
?. dispatch frorti Dalny, Manchuria,
ssya th;?' 'h. Japanese do not conceal
their delight at the controversy ?which
has arisen between Russia and the
United Btatea over the Jewish question.
Thsy perceive m this ;i nea irr..?in?.i for
closer relations between Japan uni
Paris I?- ' _i 1 ! ? In s lead?
ing article ??n Ihe Rutwo-Aniarl an
i?,ii ,ii put?. ? \. ? ? -? 1 ? 1 the
on v?. iii -?uickl:
amk*nbf). aa th? ? ?? ' "> both rountriea
will be hi (h If tl ig? m '"nuil' ' la I
for the ? . >n 11 <i?. en 1 n the ? stgen? k
the ????iiiiii,: i' . Identlal ? i?--ii??ii and
. ??i?:... ed ? ? ? ? Itj "f . :?i-i tiring the Jewish
It ? : ? opinion thai "\\'.?il
tttret 1 ?s maklni .? ? ?k.- if ii allows
the altuation to go I to permit
Qerntanj and Kngland i<? replace the
1 nlted Btat. In the growing Runlan mar?
ALLEGED SHOPLIFTER HELDi
Case of Frances Littlefield Is
Adjourned Until Wednesday.
i im ?? Littlefield, ol No 1 1 vl eat ftth
Ireet, who n,? arr? I? d Baturda) 1
noon on ?? rtiarg? >??* ?-ir-aiinu ? ^..ii i..,?k.t
from ?? Broadway department atore, wan
arraigned >eatcrdaj morning In Jefl
Mai ki I ? oui 1 befort ?Magisti at? Bai Ion
Th? ma ? arrived ..1 the court
building m .1 privat? uiled
I "iiiiK m.m a ii?? ?aid tx n ?
brother. Mr Ely, a formai ?Assistant Di -
m? 1 Attorney, who appeared aa ?-<>nn?-.?l
im ill? prisoner, a..- ui liered Into 1 >?
rnsaisti it? ?, at? chamber aooa after
the lath 1 1 .?n ,v.ii in .? abort tuns Mr.
' Hill' ?1 t.. Hi,- , Ulli (I.I 111,I , II.?,i
Mi-> i.l:?i'n. i,?, and togetlMN the} went
back i" m lbs maelatrate
?\ hsu the ? . ?ii.-.i Mi, Ki) asked
for aa adjouram? ,,i until next IVedn?
,?ri'?in.>..ii which wea grant-id The pris?
oner was held under th< i.iii'.ii i.? n-? bond
gtv? 11 by ?? Mi I n 11 1.mi. n. Id, aup
i?,:??ir* her m.?id, . Th? bond repreaented
th . n. ? 1 .1 . \ alu? .1 at It.?.???.? Th?
'i'' 1 'i.- ? ' , Mi Ago, a 11
Util? i" Id aklow .?i l'i ? d? n.'iv M Little?
II- I'I. ? II? Im .1 il; , ? Ir? ? I ;..|.|..
?feared a?? l lu. cuuiiil.uj'ai't.
SICK II RICH 1 un
Man Returns from Alaska 1
Find Both Parents Dead.
LOADED WITH NUGGETS
Left Jersey Home to Find Jo
and Comes Back with Gold
for Old Folk.
? r,*i?p:urli to Tb? Tribun?. 1
BemervUle, S. J., Dec. -1 Pourtei
?ear? ?te;r, Tatrlok Tierney, a clerk I
the store of Thomas A ?'o.. of this 1?"
ourIi. suddenly disappeared. At th;
time ho lived with his parents at Rat
tan. ..ne inih- from here. If* left h
home ??ne morning as usual to go to h
place of employment, and that was ti
la-ft hi.? parente ever saw <?f him, ii
was ?,n K?"'d terms frith both his l'amil
and hi.-? employers, and aa his account
wees found to be straight to a penm
his disappearan.-e was a great in; st-ry.
Tierney s parente, after their son's ?ii*
appeejrance, recalled the fact that he ha
talked a great .1-a! of going to the Ala?
kan gold ti'ld.? and had boasted that h
would never return until he could brin
back nuggets of cold that would enabt
tin- old folks to li\<> m COtttfolt.
Michael Tternej*, t:.?- father, wag
hard working man. with a lar?'* famllj
Ftve years after his son's dlaappearanc
he received ? short letter from him fror
Cape Nome, Alaska. Tlie letter indi
, it?,! that Patrick had been throng]
gome hard hips and had not struck i
rich. After tins there was ?? long sllenci
? ?n Friday nicht ,i richly dressed youni
man, csrrying two heavy suitcase,
alighted iroin a passenger train -it th.
Raritan railroad station h. looked ii
Mender at the bande?me rustic ston?
building before him. which had been re
.??fitly built, ami seemed in doul.t as t.
whether he had go! off at th.- right
Pulling ins hat down over hi>
eyes, he grabbed his bii I teases an?
walk.*.) brisk!) r,?. the street t.? th.* ol<
Tierno! homestead, where be kn... k>-.?
at th? ,!???' \ woman open? d the doot
who was .' stranger to him, He asked
for .Mr. and Mrs. Michael Tlerm j, Th?
strange woman told bun that Michael
Tierne) had died about Hve years ..-.
and bis ?ii.' about .? *.!??!' or two later
and thai all their ? hildi. n a?l BlOVOd
awa) from the toe b.
Th ? young man staggered ?..? k and
grabbed .? pillar of to.- portico for su?.?
iH.rt. He then made it known that he
was Patrick Tierney, and area in searcn
..f his parents lb- looked up his old
friends Annum' tins, were William A.
? ;r? ?n. ? i??! estate dealer, and i'i. ,t
srick a Thomss, ins former employer.
T.? bis friends he said that he was
heartbroken to und his parents gone.
II.- hoi return.-d t.. make ?-I'd the
promise ?-t his youth, and had brought
with )>iin ;> ; .. Christmas present enough
gold nuggets t,< give them < ??mfort, m
he believed, in th. Ii ??hi age.
ii, exhibited th?*s, nuggets t?> his
friends. There were handfuls "t th.ni.
.me aion ? ?,i win?!: SBseyed tTOU. Tier?
ney states th.it after man] bardahlps h ?
drifted from Alaska t.. Peru, where he
struck u rich m the Andes, where be
now h.?s a good paying .'?mi Tierne)
left here to-night for Philadelphia t?>
look up .? broth? r v. h?? lives there,
BUYS $1.000 CHRISTMAS STAMPS.
Bt. I. -' Adolphu? Buaeb, msl?
ti-nillh,,?' ill , sent hla ? BSI k for
$1...? t,, purchsse 100,000 Red C
n,,, atamp* The Bl, Loula bsssety for the
Ri u? f and i'i. ??'tit.f Tuber i
thin is the larg? i number of aeala avei
bought b) m Indi*. Idus I
ROYAL BLUE l-OLIOAY TOUR TO
WASHINGTON, ?El 'VERSALL
? i ? II , M 't ?I I.?.
in ?ti.! < lulde i,. \\ i hi igion ?i'i".1 I't-I '
\ ,? i : ?r, l H S Ott, ?j I- r. A , ' Ji
BY CZAR'S TROOPS
Persian Vice-Governor Testifies
to Appalling Results of Rus?
sia's "Punitive" Expedi?
tion to Tabriz.
DONE IN NAME OF "JUSTICE^
St. Petersburg Official Says No
Mercy Will Be Shown and
"Lesson We Intend to
Give Will Be Long
Teheran Dec -1 A telegram fi?.m
th? Vies'-Oovernor <?r T.ii.nz gives, u
appalling pfct ire of the ,;. tton in that
<*itj* as .t result "f Russian sggi sesi?n
i rweer bef?te God fh.it innocent
women and < iiii?ir??n are being but? tiered
in .-(?M blood."
Th? \ i? ? ?-<?.?vi nor asthnatea the mim?
ber of Peratans kiii".i in Tabrti us th*
hundred, and adds "The Rnantana
Ignore <>'ir overtures for the cessation .f
Telegraph i? ommunlcatlon betwesa
Teheran and TabtlS is now interrupted.
Th.- Hritish and Eins?ten legations are
without nu ans .?!' -**otnmunicaUon with
?their > .?iisuis.
Acting in sgreement with th.? cabinet,
tl," K'-cftit. Neslr-el Mulh, to-da) <ie
<lar.?l tlM National Council dlawotved.
Th ? War Minister sent tr'"*r?** t?. pr.*
v?enl ih<? Deputiea frorn entering th?-? par?
The Paralan government imp uacoe-*
dltlonally accepted th?-? Ruanasa ulti?
matum, Russia having pm-rtonaly ?agreed
to a slight modification <?f one of the d-*?
ni'm i?. lii" Ruaalan Mlntater baa
nlflcd hi*? :.eptance nf th.? lv.rM.-in re?
DJulfa, Persts, Dec 24 \ atrong ?--!?
tachment of Russians, comprising a
regiment of nfl'-s anrl a SOUlla <-f Cok.
aacka, with a mountain battery, w*
horo last evening for Tabriz, with the
expressed intention of avenging th? at?
tack on Russians by Perataa trihesm??^
at that place a few ?la-?s ago.
The column has airead) traversed th?*?
Darai-ii.s gors-e? without encountering
Persian opposition It had ln-cn e\pe?"t
e?1 that the Persian? would stoutly de?
fend the- mountain passe-?.
fit Petersburg. De<\ 24. -Aft er a long
conference to-day between Pregalsr
Kotovtsott and M. Sazonoff. the For
elir-i Minister, heavy relnforcemen' -
"?".err: ordered from the ?"auramus to Ta?
briz. The director of the Persian de?
partment of the Russian Foreign ?^ffl??-?,
"Ruseia will tak? Justine at Tabriz.
Resht and Enzelt into its own hand
and will show no mercy to Fidals an?l
revolutionary dregs who are shedding
Russian blood. The lesson which ?.??e In -
t. n?l t?i sive will U.ng be remembered."
According to rsporta from Teheran, tlM
Russian permanent detachment, camping
outside Tabriz, C'insistirg of ila hundred
men, has made a tactical ntanOMVrs .. I
occupied a position at ?Baaaaandji an th?
Kasbln road Rumors have reached Te?
heran that the Russian caanaltlsa In the
recent flghting at Tahrra nnmbsrad on?**
hundred and fifty.
There La n<? communication betwesa]
this detachment and a se?'ond detach?
ment, composed of a handful of sohllers,
which defend! the Russian T'onsulato
within the t.iwn The <&?aaetaa residents
of Tabris imv.? i lK.??*i refu?.- in the eon?
B?late, the roof Of which is protected by
sacks of eirtii The defenders are in tha
best Of spirits.
Th?? Consul General has riven o??"?*?-**
not to reply t?. the Intermittent ahota
from the Persian Fidals, who are In
trenched at the citadel. Occaeional Hr-?
in** bj the mountain guns ?if tha main
d? t?chaient Is hi ard.
a dlapatch received to->nlgh1 ??' tha St.
Petersburg office ol the ?Sriseli-Ta-brta
Railroad says that employ?s of th?* Una
have succeeded In penetrating th? ?amp
of ?the Russian d< tachment, sending i.h? ic
? report thai the casualties among th?
Russians were ?yery grant.
?Conditions at Resht and f-SnseU have
Two Russians and ten Par**
? lana have b< en kllU i t, inciud
Ing ?Governor Zaglrdle'a ion, a ^eil
lenos n revolutionist.
The ?Persian government beginning
to realise the risk to which ?Pen ? I
exposed bj these eiraultsneoui attacha
bj Russian militar) forces at three
p.'iiii-* m noi thern i1' aa ind i*. ? - sent
Instructions t" Tabrla to diax*ontinua
Colon' i i-*-! 11 i i^-. -_: ' onimandei ol iho
Russian detachment it Kasbln, luu sent
a tel? gram to TV heran thai hia detach?
m. nt i Its advai.n
? II, .Hi.I w OUld ?rii\. at th? ? 1 ?I tSal
in -i\ ?..i - ? .i ?i ) m.n ?ii. rii? p? .?pie
at Kaabin a ? dl po ed to b? friendlj ta
mlnn II la sim.-.i thai tli? Te?
heran government h.is urdered a dle?
armament at the ? ..pit.?!
The lins. Ian n inl ?? i ?-.
from i ?Juli.? to Tab) ? i? ?i
about Bfteen miles of the one hund? ? i
miles separating th? two places It la
cspected that great? i sp? ed a 111
from this Ume on, aa a ?umber of auto?
mobil? a, 'm ? ?i'i? ?"' th?* Tain i/.
DJulfa roed, hav? 11 en pressed Into i*on -
mlsaiun as \\.? 11 sa ?> platform rai capable
"i transporting littv ,,r alstj men
MAD RUSH FOR GOLD FIELD
Prospectors Brave Temperature of 4(J
Below to Reath New Diggings.
i ?a? i ?a, I T i ???' -i Tare hundred]
aten, aith ?Jo >?'t prospecting out??
rnahlfg a Btx-da) rai a to thi sea]
fOM field at th? 1 ??I S;\|\ Mil. Ui\. r,
HI ?ailles 11 ??m Dawaoa The ?tampede Ig
,uk.- i uii tourtesn i aai ??? ?go ?Man? i
hunten are travelllaf p?ractlcail) da) ?-.n?!
Krn.'-i all 11er, i.l.?/
trou, II?.? ? amp. .tl?l tOOM .,t ih,. in. t|
tr.'in I '..>?. ?????? ?Wei toi i. .?i i ri,.i>. I
a im n n. ai l> ..fi in ihoii I -i.^k? i<j
ni i ., isislm. and sum? a ??? i ihre ,
mil- ?a now watei Th? i< inp? r itura a ?3
about ? " aben the ru h '-., m, oui has
lu'i'i-.d lu it: bofuU