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jges C. W. Morse;
Says He Helped
Get His Pardon
VV. E- Re'*^ Char8e* E*-0*
King Hired Him to Cre
Tell* of Propaganda
Decl??**- He Tried to Mould
public Opinion in Pris
- ( ??'? -: p man of
Wate^ ' brought
'?-??' I ' /"'irT*1
--i-on ** Mlaata in lfl-, when Mi
h_d Sf"' " "lI"- of b,!1
I se suit was ini
i i thc
: phases cf the
to come out in
! . ' Swacker a
- Mr. Herl. cor.
! . that Reid.
ptnr * to <*nlist
ipriad hroad swa with in- i
. nfabs with |
rewiparrr si ? n an '
efert ' these,
rtfc:-. 1| . iM a 'fiv
?rvices rendered Morse by Re;d
Reid iays He Was Maaaa's Agaal
-?j,. | verbal contract
B?id mr-, ???.??? Other oa a
,,,,? ?-;- :- The
nt, Reid SSSertS, made him tr
igeDt sad Morse m
?.ke I-"' ? " ; - -; ;
Mr. Ke i assi rt* that during tha I
i*-, led s hia agent, and that
<'?***?-'<:?' si d, by I . adv ce. piauantad
,: p : -4 sn ;o Infiuenee
pobhc opin on . direction,
- ? I 'ctober 11,
?]". the atl
to ir.tcr\iew rrr :
- of the papei. in his heh..1f
I a1 r ?ily as well as airrhUy,
.rt io this requejt. iitervi ned
Rf the "other steps' ,^'egerl f*ai
?? aarb far the parpoes of lii
ng several of ;he member. of
the jan i ''ad conv,L-ted Morse
Ittc-B, after Mr. Morse's rel?ase.
? .1 Itates he spent ..everal thaa
? hi bs '". hll 1 .-im
*i,irOti -rivea by Mr
In all, be says. be reeorved
banher'a e **<? s- |
t rail .if Inwiw Knlerpriaea
.'? "' Stt i that fuithei
? lad, <iesi ril>,r.g the "un
from which M->r*.e
? : Sd been .-a\ ? i
?\? ? Will i.m A Bsrber, el
- Mr. Morae. '
' of about 1 a'f a ioaea
-. and ttm.os,
ra sare that they sloae
raa al present is head of thp
l'n;tcii Statea Bteamshia Cempa.7, ?<
lild r._. corporation whieh was re
a eontract hy th i .
ernment for the con.struction of t.. rt;
Jail and Fines for
Two, With Layman, De
nounced by Judge for Di?
I.ns ANGELE8- Dae. I. Deaouneing
tka three pacifUts the Rev. Kloyil
Hardfo, the Rov RobOtH "Ahi'aker and
:,y .luilge Thomas P. White
thi m to ja:1 and addeil
i seh sentence. The BSOa
were eoi ted 9M threa counta each.
dn tho ;'r>* iwo counts they wen
I months in jail each, ami
thhd to ninety days each, the
scntcncce to run concurrent!y.
Fifteua day_ was allowed them in
which to appael to the iiupreme Court
for a new trial, ard bail wa li-ed at
each. Thc couitroora was plaeed
under guard of police officers while
VYhite baaded down h;s decislon.
. <;. A. K. veteraas erowded tbe
?-.om, whiie the crowd was &o
,; over^owed to the sidewalks.
ln an eadeavor ta I ;. de judgment
of the court that men were guilty of
unlawful assemblage. ol failure to dis
? ^uirbint* tke peace, J.
kmaa, 'her eouaeal, aahed for a
IWW trial. Mis motion was denied. Ad*
ing the defendants, Judge White
"You cast a?per?ions upon the Prpsi
tad iStataa, vieiooalg aa*
? o the draft law,
and _-ave eomfort to tke ? nensy. I have
? itatiotl :n saying to you /nnt tbe
doctriai ba< n prtachini;
? fy the Germana, but Amer
ican patriotism ii on guard.
?'L'nder the guise of religion you'vr
. patriotism you have
ireigbM in tho scales of loyalty
.i country and to pat.-iotisr.i and
-.van t ing.
??Wc. the jieople of Loa Ang f -s. will
yal'.y to thc jjovern
I optain rharles A. Phelps. a chief of
ra] Gra*ltr*S war scouts and a per
.?ieu.uaiiitar.ee of President Hayep,
headed Uie G. A. R veter.ns that
marched to court.
- ME* AFRONS
* FOR IR,V
MAI'LL SUGAR CAND1F.S
NCENSE ** OILDDIES
CAJvVAS CQUQI rovne
KOtaiKF TAM CCVM
? ALAD SEfJ
. Al 1 ClILARS
KHAKI PRAYLR BOOK.
11 ECTRIC TOASTERS
See fAe Shopping Bag List
of Novelties on Page 16,
Germany a Demon at Throat
Of Civilizalion, Says U.S. 'Ad.'
Appeal for Recrtrttl Pubiished in "Manafarturcra* R? ord
Calll Teuton.s Crudhers ami Miitilator.** of Children;
Paper Dru larrs Facta Support Imfictinenl
i 8 United Statea gaaera ? ? ?
aarreat laaaa of 'Thc Mai
Rerord jivei \%g Bt*1 nagO-l *>.;
?eat ef arhat It think. nf (ler
many and the .ermanv ! . -
thr trtnat ararhms; arraigrmerit* nf on?
tbar evei priatad, ap
pears in n rerimt;r.>: advertivrr.en*
over Um sijrnature ?,f the chief BigM
nt r'ne aviation section of tho
i --rpn, and has the nppro\;i] ( :'
the Secretary <>f War.
"Vi ; ara an American," thia stati
ment ieailt ?? part, "..r.d aH that you
me aad all that you hope I i I
flert. ta the eradil ef a aaaiacra
Ueerica'a wra- -..
? ?;??? ? t , ihr paragrapb wbieb
at democrary," rhe anvertisem'-nt
neal daaiaabla toe l?." > ? Braid ;i
thal ever dreva bease ? bayi
net, that t/rot ravaged a aeatral srate.
t! ,i- f\rr ?u:.k :i (?<< | ? . r bat
i - ren ni
life'nosta. that ever ciurlvd and ca?
?rx'j j enemy Baldiera, that ever cut
tho right banda off boy ehildraa in
Probe Into Delay
Of Local Mails
Growth of Pareel Post Said
to Interfere With First
Laal apring'a agitatian o.er Po?t
mastcr ("eneral Barii rpcom
t mendation to abolish tha pneumatic
mail tubes in New Vork and '<;i rr
tities haa been brought to public at
tcntion again by the anr.outicemcnt
j that thc gayernmeat, beginning Janu
' ary 1. ia tfoinjr to op> i. rn mail
i trucks throughout tho eity.
When tha enneoneeinent was
I Friday through official ehaanala
. takea to indicatc ihe Brat aaeve of a
.-;] plan to deliver all aaa I '
i motor truck delivery iaatead "f thraagb
the tubes. Credenee to this opinion
was given when it araa dieeavered tha
I PoatoAea Deaartaacat ha? benght IM
powprful motor tracha aad baa ttXah
. liahed a geaeriii ,ri ?" '
Thirty-aeventb atreet arith a Door ?
' space' (if 71,000 tO* '-?
Imjuiiy into this phaae of tha mat- |
tcr developed that arhila tha Bonetitu
tion of government owned vehwles for;
??jiiail dJhrariaa, repteciag coatiaetara
who have had this boaineaa tor yaara,
has no direct bearing on the mnil tuhe
Uue.ition, thc mail aitoatioa hai
; in g aariooa atate aad ? imme-.
uiia'p rnveatlgation. Piral elaai mail
[deliveriee, arcording to t_eeotr?eaef
'the Merchants' Associatiun, ara being
! held up aevernl hogil u day nnd ******
! elaaa mail la beinjr daUinad indefinitcly.
("hangc at Had Time
II wa*- contended ye=trruay by mem
. bers of tha aaaodatiaa that aay inno
Stfon.ore_perin.enti inithe JellTery
of raaila bv tha gerarnaaaat camaatan
Ul adalaed tiate. Tha Maaciation,
after reeeiving anmeroua fom-alainta,
,'Vo" to the foorieaa Bankerr,* Asso- ,
riation n part as faliawa.
?wj haw raai I numerous
ainta aa ta tha t**?**<*, ***
rrowing delay in the moveaunt of Brtt
SSTfiaila >- Jel8i?PP?r.
,. ... ?? tha ehaagea mada by thr Pc*at-,
JJ*. ii,piirr:r;,rt a, aa aatgroarth o.
"?MmporUnt mornins-- mail. ?''""'?r'>'
r.eaiTid ln thia city aad di.tnha
;!., firat earriera- dalrrei ?
rVout-ii'.iv aal diatributad and raeeired
b- the kddraaaaa aatil .-me hours
later By tOOtaa af thc removul frem
th, aaraiea ot raaa, ".'-;>;
poaUl eara. V"??' ?.n;":'l _\_"!
maila throughout the countrv haa baan
^ter.Hy ."t.-rf.-rcd with.
formarly went thraugh wl
ruption by eloaaly ???<-<'^ .'*"*
are at leatt ia xome Inataneee, oelayad
ii tranafar poiata :or n^Mbirttan
and rarautlng. Baeanaa ri thia delay
deeirable tram eoaaaatiana ara rniaaea
and the maiS iiaaad by tlomei traii -
, tha*. thc aggrcgatc of tmio lost Ifl
the case of mails intended for oistant
parts is very material.
Ask Hankers to Help
-Wc are ther.-fore wriUng to ask M
American Bai I i ' % loeiatlaa will
aid us in the lareatigetion by aa
such ? letter of inqu.ry to the prm
eiaal banks throughout tne country.
Tha inawiry jhould not ba reatnetad ta
bank. aelely ia the larga cit.es, but
ahould compri^e at laa
,ort or. Of baaka in s.nalU-r citiaa. in
order thnt the entire area of the coun
; rv rr.av be properly represented in Uie
r*Fradarick n* Bagard, of tha ttrr
ehanU' Association. said yesterday 'hat
nrnil conditions not only m New ^ork
iroughout the countr.
.?? of demaraliaation. Ha *aid tha
i rally balit
tsaona was tnat PaaUaaatar Gan
eral Burleson, in order to aaaiataia tha
I poal aarviaa. ana ai tha Ad
n'nistration's pet hobbi^s, had I
forced to feonomue ia othrr ma'.
the Postoffice Department b.-.n-i
pareel post business had ou'.grown .ts
Mr De Berard did not think that the
recent acquisition by the Postortice of
its own system of mot?>r trucks for
mail delivery was anv forerunner of
the end of the tube aystam.
French Doga Do Police Work
All blooded dogs and tho.*o of va'ue
throutch their spt-iia! training lor pe
l,re work. have bc-en givea ta the
Krench r^vernment for tha duration
ai th* war. However brtd or drafted
for duty, they must tirst undergo a
test for health, ..trer.^th. ar.d latel*
ligenc* by a jury before they are ae
etpted. Those chosen are then p'.aced
in dog camps foi areantatleai Inatrne*
tion and traininf Kxpert trair.er^i
taaah them retneving and famil.?ii?
the dujfs with rifle. pislol fire, and
bonib explosions, and show them how
to dodge. *;as waves. San Francisco
captui ry, tkat avei
? ? ? i
- the iteaeh ?
ord" lo be
rb *-ai not
? b-en pab*
... saseat wi
. : .. ? ? h 1C replie, l'n. |
of War Baker, ths- I
- \vr*; in 'he hand* of the chi-f
? i fiom the < ? ' l
: t, saylng,
' aignal ofTie^r approv. | :ncnt;
. .-?? authtrized to print it." '
Hylan and Swann
Again Confer to
Keep Lid on City
Prosecutor Starts Drive on
Indecent Shows in the
White Light District
Diatriet Attorney Swann and A<sls
et Attorney Tally were in
ere ihi.n haar )i
<.'. iy with Mayor-elect Hylan at ihe lat
ter's political neadquarters, m Ka.it
Attorney to the
? ? danag ths last faw day'*.
I4 wa^ nn'!rr-t.I :i detailed plan
? ii for keepiag thc "lld" on
:t: th' ?'- ? l fht district nfter Janu
1. wilh tbe i ' ''"
Department Judge Swaan was
..,] .. ? . hav< reported te
Mavor-elect on .hi reeaBl investigation
of the Fusion campaign fund in the city
Murphy lavors llosed TaWB
PollawLag the ftrsl conference
W'edncr.day with the liistrict Attorney,
Judge Hyun issued "a aota af warning"
to gaatklers and ot'ner disorderly pei
ron.; that they could no'. hope for any
looscning of thc law.-. after January I.
i | I . Murphy and other Tammany
ta ba ia sjrmpatkjrl
with the strictly "clased tawa" Idaa
which the new Mayor evidenlly intend.
to follow out.
Mr. Harph .'? ? ads declare
that he never has baaa ia favor of a
"wide open c.t>." aad now, rnore than
at any atker time, ls anxious for the
mcoming Tammany administration to
I the opportur.ity to "be good."
lt is said tkat the word ha. been
to Jadge Hylan from thc organ
tll ta make a snecinl effort
theae lmes. The leaders look
epon the praseat epportuaity af Tam
? .il ex
pedieney. They feel that if they can
convil ipla t*ia* Tammany is
'??? IB pai ired, thc
l ? ,;i the 'ity govern
in> nt ma to continue for eight
:.-?'* ri' i ? | fo.ir.
District Attorney, previous to
. ? ? '' .. ? ...'. ma le lt
empaign against mila
eious eabaret i ami ti: fonB*
., ? be aa 11
Ha said ba arould have no more state-:
. rike ahout it for t.ne |
papers heeause it was now time for
u \4h-i learned thal he h-,.* aasigaed
\- tanl District Attorney Jaaaes K.
Smit'i to ilu- matter. Mr, Bwaaa Is
uiiiiiioii ti.at hc i* the best man
sllegad vices ??f
the srkile light
Four CabarSCS I nder Fire
Smith is prepared to ir.vesti
gata every eabaret ;4j;ai!i*t which com
(hat llr.t have been made
the proprietora of four of those
the white light
11 . - night. two Assistant
soase of the
abere glrle !.;.??" bees
[ag .. ? srtow
saabos of ribboa. They reported to
? *. nre now wear
ii - r. ?
Dillor. Slated to Go
As State Food Head
Will Be Relieved by Reorgani
zation To Be Adopted
Al.BANV, Doe. I John J. Dillon.
I aad Mar
kets for the last thn c
of the f"oi!", and markets
? i-oiir.eil of farm*
? rd ( f >!u"
i.nJor a raorgaaisatioa ard c i
m.i. ation plan that i* to be adopted
the co.dcil , Btaats ia Albany
lay, it was stated to-night
Mr. Pillon is a Pemocrat. It is slso
dee'.arc.l that in the consolidation nlan
one of the men to be namel is Calvin
J. Muson, former Stata I'ommis
of Agriculture, and also a Dcrr.oerat.
'1 i.ere 1 a* neen t.ilk that I'ommis
sion of Agriculture Charlei S. Wilaon
.ould lo.e h:? place in the reorgani
ration, but it i- now known that he is
retamed, probably as eieeu'.iva
head of the agrieultural division of
'Ihe farms and markets council waa
ereated at the last regular aeaaion of
tie I.cgi..!a*.u.rc, and consista of one
man from each of the nine judicial
diitrictt. of the atate and one man at
lar/e, srrving without compensation.
Fish Dealers Are
Selling Whiting for King
Fish and Torn Cod for
Short Weight Alleged
Food Chairman Predicts Sugar
WiH Dc Exhausted Jan. 1
and Flour by Summer
Two food eoofereaee
. )e.tcrda; M
. onfcrences were planned.
?\n educational eamrraign, taai
New Vork housewives how to market
tdveeatad, With further confer
ei i I on the subject.
Chairmin Mitehell. af tlie Federal
i. nnd Federal Pood Admin
,- aTiUiasas promiasd daily pnte
i . . be kai aad leon.
Market Expcrt Beaaett, wba is to
. daily pnce list.*, announced
the lists would be iasaad as soon aa
,11011- food trudi ? had time to
Mr. Mitehell an.l Mr. WiUlaSSS found
I iaalera, wholesale and re
iag fraud on the
public ever *ince thc food adminis'ia
...ran sdvecatiag thc substitution
Hut i.o pnce radaetloai were an
Ihe Feder.il Food Hoard. *hieh has
been g ven control ?ncr food im
of the elty, met thc tish conference
committee ia tha efies al ths Btate
I | B ta discaas the sad
,;,.. ,,,,,-, , *? a>whlab havc shot
,.p mo" thaa :? I per cent on certain
tish varicti ?. U-i<- *t *>ccn apprned
i,v S. Btraae, n -sh dealer, of Thirty*
ninth Btraet ar.d gueen*horo Bridge,
that ebaay tish was bemg sold to Naw
Vork consumers !*? high grade bsh,
aad that retail dea!< r< were given
. wholesaic :??.<?.?:
?h- l-'edcral Pood Board adJauTned
|| ,-ement that a':
eoafert - be liel<i on Taesday
ni- \\ rds tsday.
No Flour b> Summer
ll a .rg 0 luncheon in
Mr. Mitehell, Mr. B illiam
i " . i ami lioai r
about food and food pricea.
Mr. Willi ? i I '? ?'-'
l.ad been ealled upon to feed the
world) that ; grieultaral i ondit ons in
, ? ?. ,e v< rp had, that tke food
problem in Ihia eaw ? - comi'
mort impor" that Mr. Hoover
v.a- aa eatriordinary man.
?fi WTilliants eap- i d the hope
Vork ? Ity w tuld have ? a
, . ? . loaf ? weeh. Min
I -4 bad whlta braad al .
i pouad loaf fai ?? eral areehs.
I, Mitehell '.1 h.s speech deplore.
. ..I if 'he sugai spplj in
Voib City would be *-atirel> i tna
,,, janaary I, ??d ,i"?t ?? .?)"*"'?,.'"
rbart o! Boar ? ? luramer Botb ir.
ima and Mr, Mitehell il
fully of pablishtug retail and wholi
prices on food staplea sasae tisse ia ln
'"bleago has been publishing dail:
ilaee Novomb4 r S, < ?'"
iBCe November *>, ?nd in
isIthar the Pederel Pood Ai
? of Peaaeylvania has manag i
ther staple iood
th- iub ifertaees elmoi ?
A?"aeV George L Beanel
'" the State 1?1 <
? the daily priee I
Prlea i '-*.?? N*"-t xv**k
umta I to have B
r .nferei cei * th ?.? (oo I
readv some time next Week.
Th. meetiag of the Federal
[toard aad I ? wholesals aad t* ai
aa ons af tne
-inn of the klad to whieh the
public ha- been sdmitUd. Chairi
Mitehell, ?ho presided,
profiuering bad beea provea te
? all lmes of baalaeas. lie thei
the bsh merchaats that he Nroposj
aat ? stop ta pn fiteering by puh
!?g pnce listl of sUple I
usilv Mr Williama Bupplesaeatod
?mi by aayint that the r*e<
Board ??4 preparing to pttl
ties ni the i sar future.
w il Coraell, af the Atiantic Coasl
. such a plan
woujj ? h iii-r.'hants her.- to
-H.t thc aatioi I admii
t'on Ha* admiaistrators ia
tities," saui Mr. Mitehell. "I do?
. be tal en
? Bveryl ag i
welghed ??< ry earefally. lt is the |
: admiaistratien I
then. A fair prk ?
TelN or Tri'-ks
The tc ' .'ing alor.g
-,i plana for further c
itsed. arhea h
? was S. .-Tini'.
i fty-ni.ith atr?'e't
?ra Bridge, got upand
"Now, there is whiting.
,.is to Sli- -
? r. And
4 ich hsd hen sel
? -v -how tl
are tr.cks in tho ::<h ttads
. . 'Slers full
,,'r- far ' twe:itv-;'ve-rour..l baa af tsh,
aad wkaa ws w<
o'.'.v t?,r'y pOUl
Mr Btraas then gave the foi
wholeaale and retail pnce* on lat
l'-r jjour..!. I'-- I
ftih eonfen sittee, *r\^
that ths I r'-*,Ke * *tut,y ?'
market pr.> .
"I thir.k we o-._ht to launch an educa?
tional campa gn." aaid Mr. M'on
Whereupor. th- conier.nce wai aU
U. S. Is Planning
Many Hungarians, Poles
and Slavs Here Known
To Be Pro-Ally; Police
to Use Discretion
arith in tha L'niti ? be ap
rmad Aoatalaa anbjecta ? M aeteal*
ly are pro-Ally or are even in the
Amer.can army were I ro-dav
? nartment af Jaatiea aalelala. li
aid tiie reg I li
?.?.?.????. < rr. p
Cai certain groupa, aach as Haa*
Raauniaaa and i -
grated fi i etero
for thaif mother eeaat*
. of the general ralea ivithout
r:r.g the elT. , :' tiie plan,
whiili | ' -tt.011 of
arel ead h:irr.i:g rhera
Thej .? '??' ?? '? of
? ted ia 'ocal
police, particalarly la communitics
? a big p:"p":r 8U Of the popijla
ia foreipn. It is eatiaiated about
1,000,000 Ul trian sub
. ad 700,000 I B the
'i ???? Depertmenl ol Justiee to-nicht
reeeived a few ? arrcsts of
\- i imii->. foUowing the iee'aratioa af
war. and il W8I WOald
tora oox\ weei la aama
eases d.-rmans aaapatted of plotting
-? the Unitad Btatei repreat
aa Aoatriaaa, aad canaa*
Bid nol *t*\\ ? ho arres'.>d
?rithoat proefa of guili. Now that the
nation is at war with Au>tnu these
may be rounded up ar.d Intemed aa
susplcious al.en aaemiea.
Bamd From Picr Zone*.
I . ? ra Huagariana were I
to-day from the 108 | ird z.one e.tab
?i about piei s, di e_B, warehouses
erniinals, and arill bt* required ro
rr>jri*ter with po: ?i leglla*
ara promali ?
In , tba faraiga peeola
large, parl ? laal man*
ufactoriag eeatrea and mining diatrieta,
? ih will be enoraaoaa. Ofllciala
? peina te ? . roceaa
n;,.,- .... ? h tha
lity "f ohtaining fttll information
erning the baaineaa aad babita of
Civil War in Portugal
Indicat?d hy Reports
WASHINGTON, Dae. *\ I rvil wai -
?I here to have broken out ;n
Portugal. Thi- Stata Departmeht h;i< r?.
((iviii reporta atatiag that aerioaa rtet
; oecarving ... Liahaa aad that
ITie diapatcbei d.d nol atate rhe nat?
ure of tbe 'i aturbaneea, bai tie rafer*
i tha ; ii' y led ta the belief that
!t iadieated ravolation,
Whether the upriaing ia againat the
i . ... - idertehing <'r u
mal fighl is r.ot known h< re. Th.
itened diffieultiea aiaee whe i
lithroeQt of the rapablie, baa taken ?ke
:' the gevernmeat, and has consti
,i decieivo factor in aach aitoa*
aa Liabon la oa a river ?-iuch
aceammodatea the .ships of the Portu
Tha dispatch araa dated Deeember ',"..
nn.l hope araa axpraaaed that the aitoa-1
t,on was not unusunlly serious, as the i
ige, it waa thoaght, would have
contained further detaifa If thera
1 ? aa oceaslan.
Lote Positions in
N. Y. Barred Zones
Men Engaged in Water?
front Work the Great
Employers Act Quickly
Get Rid of Enemy Alien* Be?
fore President Issuea
.\ ti pal ' 7 ??? rr-?ident:a: '
n.atie "?"** ?' ,h** Doa!
- i aaaay aliaaa, haadiada of
? tm aravklng aa p.ers and" har
, . . ., | 's-toriei arftWa the
..jrd barred -ronc wer; rhrown out
? esterday. Most of tha
y?n acted on their own m.tui
la many casea where soldiers are
gaardiaaj 'hc piera, tha dh-alaaala
were made at I M rc<iu>;st of the m.i:
A conference was held at Ellis 1*1
Federal ofleiala dariag the day,
at whieh pl UI8 were laid fat the hand
Iing of the Austrian situation wh-.eh
will develep when aha PaeeideBdW
proclamation is issued. At tbe confer
taao ujooe Jeha C. K-ear, Aaetetaat
ti Statea Attorney; Special Aa
aiateat Attorney Qeaarala Baaaa and
flalhaan. from Vaahiagtea; Lieatenaat
Laytaat, of the Uroo_;yn Navy Yard;
Uaitad BUtea Attorney France, of
Rreehlya, and Riehard Taylar, head
i Baemy Allea Bureau at the
Appealed to Marshal Mef arlhy
Scores of the discharged Austrians
? . rrr f,.it.phontd to Thoma-- D. Mc
, ; nited Btatea marshal, or
< fi.-e. XII who cslled
reeeived per*on*lly. At one time
r/era Bftoea men from one of the
Chalaaa pitrs. All have iived here for
' years and have reared families here.
lu answer to why they had r.ot tak.
cut citizeiiship p:*.pers, ir.o.st of tl.ei.i
.aid they nevee 'bought ot it.
Most of ihem -aiu they had been
pro-j , the barred r.one.
led that thay eeald get a
from Mar hai M i ???'''- weald
u-ajre theaa, Baeh man
One Aaatrlaa, a j;;ant. wha apeaka
parfeet Kngliah and is a track driver.
.-aid te the niarsha!:
??Mr. McCarthy, I'm gettiag Sl9- a
\ve<-k Or, rather, I have been. Sow I
am ent af ? I**. * h*>vp *1***] ****
i araa a bej af bwetve. I _ava
four children. Taaro ure wrtf ' ly
wife has all she can do to take eare o.
the children. I bave aevet dxaah ee
smoked aince I married because we al?
waya had aickneea nnd i wanted 'o buy
mediciae nnd pay tiie doctor. I aaa aa
good an American as anybody. ar.d I d
I unch the r'uee of any n\tn wha said l
wasn't. 1 have been turn*d down three
tinies Cor my final oitizenship papeis ia
the laat s;x years becaifse I cannot read
or irrite. But how could 1 learn? I
have heen working tiaaa 1 was seven.
?-\t\ you cau't learn to read or write if
vou don't ga to BCheet 1 hare the Iti
I got to-day for my work this week.
That ia all we bava In the world. It
will ;ust keea us a week. What am I
gelng te d<, if l don't get a job'.' I will
?vork at anything." ,'
l marahal told him to cin-.o back
Monday nnd he would see to it that he
got a I b i 8 ig at least $18 a week.
OPEN EVENINGS i
A araall p-r-im* a 'I ***n*l on* ?* ?*?* .
lo ?our h..me for CkrWaoa.
$10 Monlhlv iDtil Paid
M-.nllil" t nt.1 Po..!
NEW UPRIGHT $10(1
M .nl lil-. I ulil raid
NEW UPRIGHT $225
?? m. n 11> 1. i niii Paid
Including r'_^t_a? "V-i* ?>??
IVilli BMh Cp**J** riano
135 E. Gabler
195Goetz & Co.
225 Steinway&Son 6 ^"I'riw
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?? ( nlll I'lid
J l mil P?Jd
I nlll |-_M
I ntll lulrl
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5 41 ... hi.
i niii r?n
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I ni.l ?-*w_
4> I oiil PaM
I mil PaM
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I lllll 1-4.1
181-87 COURT St
Pircct roceivers and distribatara
of thc iin*st nut*. prown,
all van*- ??
Naw Crop Now In
"ll" it's a nut w* hav- it "
Doal a*jlb an cxpert for quality.
T<*l. |. '*? ' '?" I ?f>'*'
. . ipr. aa or
CWt vm\f BIOCX wesr
orthy the Giver
A Christmas Piano should really be the most
dependable it is possible to buy.
Thc giver needs to feel that the gift is ex
actly what it is represcnted to be.
If vou buv a
You know that your purchase is backed by our established reputation
our dependable service and our helpful business methods.
Thc .S'crl:rtii Building was never more mteresting thbn it i. this C/iri.'-iiJ. tim*.
Sterling Pianos, $325 upwards
Huntington Pianos, $300 upwards
Mendelssohn Pianos, $225 upwards
Playerpianos, $425 upwards
Victrolas, $15 to $400
Victor Records, 75c upwards
Music Rolls, 25c upwards
Music Cabinets, $13.50 upwards
Piano Benches, $8.00 upwards
Piano Covers, $3.00 upwards
Special Holiday Terms
Liberty Bonds Accepted as Cash
Open Evenings Until Christmas
/)' >.Vi'j lint Kncmn
One /'rn,*- ,\ g i. v/nmijiioni
/> vour Piano in tune for the hobia v..-?
// ii just the time \ou
mu]) netd il the most
Jon't neglect it.
Manufacturers, Sterling Building
518-520 Fulton St., Cor. Hanover Place, Brooblyn, N. Y.
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