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ITo All Children
PymPPl Sen*!?. <.oo?l Cheer
?Me?i?vge to Santa Claus A*
ution To Be Flashed
Throughout the Country
Km Kringle Kept Busy
idi 10.000 Shopper? Oui
?O See That Every Young?
ster in Cil\ l.Krnirrnhcred
?vraajdrnt Hani .8?, getting reedy
?Una? 4a th
me when he hung
? Ulf b*r?H? the chimney, seat
?trt a ir?ss??ge yesterday to sll little
bor? snd girl? of the Cnited States.
B? thought if ft? ?ant it t? the
.Saut? Clan? A??odattea In tha Knick
erkorker Building they would all hesr
I about i? what he ?aid:
"Merry CbrUtmas to the children of
!ths Un i tod Sute?.
?WARREN 0. HARDING."
The massage wa? fla?hed by radio
all oTer th? country ?o that eMldron
In every atat? would know th? Pr??i
??ore day? remain until Christina?,
and Santa Clau? la burdened dow?.
with hi? pack as h? trie? to reach
?very poor and friendleis child ia New
Has 10.000 Skoajuoro
The Santa Claus Association has 10,
000 ?h'pner? out helping him all day
loag, bringing coal and food, sweats
and t?->ys to chilly horse? with empty
thouisnd letters have
sod the Santa Clau? Association
.- for help. To all of the?? the
folloaing friendly little reply has
m Santa Claus. North Pol?. De
My dear littl? on?, I bare
received yonr dear letter and am
happy to know you hav? boon suck a
good child. Santa cannot promise, but
will do hi? very b??t to visit your
home this Chrutm??. Lor? and kisie?
Kanta writes in gr??n ink, ?ad very
??on after the letter corse? a great
..idle from the Santa C?aos A?- ?
Mon with a friendly labal that
say? in red lett.
not open until Chrlstma? mom- !
Ing. From Santa Claus, North Tole, j
for c ? '^'.r^r "
T land? of the?? bundle? aro lying
s waiting for Chri*t- '
?ach family most no
- 1er? demand for l?jo'i
* this year than for several year? past,
heavy rua ob coal. A hunrir? I
ered in bag? where
it wa? moat needed.
Timas Aro Not So Hard
The letter! that pour in by thou?
sand? every day to tho ???oci?tion
show that time? are rot a? hsrd si
they were last Chmtmae. Neverthe
?eis. there are so many appeal? for
help that it would be impossible to
I very on?.
A little girl writes from the East
"Dornt S?aU Clau?: Piense don't for
I you did laut Xma*. Santa
hs?s 4 other liiter? an brother
an i am 10 year? ol an my father is
dead an mother I? aick with her Back.
So pl-??e dont forget u? if you do we
?wont have any th.ng? Santa Clau? w?
need clouths ?n ?hoe? an food ?n toy?
is an ?ee what we need Santa
My ?i?ter i? 8 an my brother
SB sitter S an tne baby ia 16
month? 6 in all please dont forget. We
are waiting for you an we are good
the tenth birthday of the
Claui Association. It ha? 30.000
-ted on ita file? that it cares
? ehr Ita VOtl is carried on
Sll the charitable
?1 <-T?t. A broadcasting campaign
??n't latter? put on this yc?r
tad in a big addition to the
?t of donors. In lei? than
If after Mis? Alma Lassen had
SOT radio appeal last night
urder? had bees received for
than a hundred famille?.
art full of tl
There ha? br<n lei? demand for fo<
Christmas Pardon List
Submitted to Hardinft
WASHINGTON, nee. 21.?A
litt of penal rase? in which execu
? clemency has been recom?
mended by the- Department of
Justice, was sent to the White
House to-day, the understanding
b'ing that it would furnish the
; basis for any selection President
Harding might make of Christ
1 mas pardons. Information as It
! the rases included in the list was
A letter was received at the
I White House to-day from Bishop
Charles H. Brent, of Buffalo,
N. Y. He declared the reason
was eminently fitting for grant?
ing "unconditional amnesty as an
act of delayed justice to the re?
maining sixty-two war-time po?
'Clean-Up Day' To-day to
Help Chr.?stmas Seal Sale
Final Kffort Is Kxpcrtcd to
Surll Total for Tuber?
J. Ryron Deacon, director of the New
Tork Tuberculosis Aiioelstion, an?
nounced yeiterday that the public was
responding mor? generously than in
other years to the Christmas seal cam
pagn and then? was rcaion to hope
that to-dav, designated a? "Clean Up
D?y," would bring the receipt? up to
the $250,000 ?ought.
Many person?, he ??Id, had tele?
phoned to the association headquar?
ter?., 10 Ea^ Thirty-ninth Street, to
ln'ulr? wh< ? the seal? could be
bojght. The will he on ?ale to-day |
at the folio? ? branca postoffic??:
Wall Street station, Pine and Pear!
?treat?; City Hall poitoffic?, Brosd
way and Psrk Row; Madison Square
po?torTlco, 124 East Twenty-third
?trout; Station C, 219 West Fifty-nr?t
Street; Btatiea O. 112 West Eighteenth
Street; St?tlon N. Broadway and E
rinth Street; station J. ana West 120th
Street; Station W, 160 West Eighty
third Street; Station at, '?085 Amster?
dam Avenue; Station R, 438 West
There are seal booths ut the Hudson
Terminal, at 80 Church Street, and in
the tubo station at Thirty-third Street,
as well as in many department ?toros,
hotels and theaters.
Kill. Himself as Mate
Comes to Bun' Quarrel
Loneline*? Believed to HaveL?d
Man, Separated From Wife
8 Years, to Death
Impelled by the Christmas spirit to
forget the misunderstanding wkrieh
caused their separation eight year?
agi, Mr?. Albelina Rega went to aeek
her husband at 94 Market Slip yes?
terdsy aftprnoon. As she stood on
the rickety landing outside hii door
?h? ?mellad gas, and with It? odor
came the fear that her move had come
She ran downstair? and said to pa?
trolman Bernard Goodman: 'My hus?
band. Jerry Rega, th? tailor?I'm
afraid he'? dead.''
Goodman ?mashed in the door and
together they entero*. Jerry Rega
was dead on the bed, and curled up
in the hollow of his arm was hi? only
companion, s tiny cat that meowed n
greeting to the policeman and the
wife. Beside the dead man were thre
10-ccnt toys in tinsel and red 1
Frlendi of tht man, who ??? sixty
year? old, a*id the lonesome room? had
preyed on hi? mind ?ince he had ?ent
hi? thre? children away two m
ago. Salvatore and Arthur, ten and
fourteen years old, went to Bt. 1
nick'? Home, up-?tste, and little Ann.i
I? st the Scaview Hospital, dyll
Towed In, Cre?
Shooner Disabled in <?a
Reachr? Haven, Pulled I
the President Garfiel
After 10 Day?' Waitit
Litter in Thrilling Rescu
Two Hawsers Part an Bi
Wave? Hamper Fffor
to Save, 2.">0 Mil?-, Ol
IWith her foretopmsst gone, ruddi
swept awsy, decks awash and rlggir
tangled, the ?chooner Rosa Ferlit
i with her crew of nine, was towed I
| the New York coast last night by tr
I'nited States liner President Garfisl
? Island a tug took over tr
Preiident Garn?1d'? responsibility a
I ter the liner had towed ths disable
5P0-ton ?ailing vei?el IB*, miles.
To CapUin II. L Hook of the Tres
i dent Garfield and his officer? the re
leu? of th? schooner was nothing mot
than an ?vent inscribed in the log, ca
ually mentioning th? vieiaii* I
crew on the point of starvation, an ir
cident that might befall r.ry seafarin
man; but to the passenger? on th
liner who witnessed the salvage an
heard the thrilling tel? of adventui
encountered by th? unfortunate men
wa? a ?tory and a scene never to ?
Three Month? at Sea
Just eighty-seven day? after th
Rosa Ferlita departed from Axim. o;
th? African Gold Coast, pushed by i
brisk wind, ?he was sight..I by tr
Pre?ident Garfield in the west bourn
trans-Atlantic lsnc at 8 o'clork on th.
morning of Wednesday. She wa? i
phantom of the proud little k
then, her foretopmast torn SWS
r.gg'.r.g hanging over tho bow and h< i
rudder g*ine. Two Jib? ?nd a jlgg<:
?ere tangled in the masts, her ?ta ?
board deck wa? awash and the lard?
waa about empty.
Several hours before, her lookout
atrapped to hi? poat, had espied ti i
lights of the. President Garfield on tl?
horlsOB. Twice before the smoke and
lights of a paasing craft had been 41
earned, but each time the ?hips paistil
on. Slowly he s?w the Pr<
field'? light? get brighter, and, with tr e
dawn of day, discerned :h<- oatlii
the liner coming directly for the der- -
Met. He gave the alarm, and the
of the crew were on deck with whi'c
ragi that they waved BO distress sig?
When Captain Look of the President
Garfield got within hailing distal
stopped his engines and listened
sppcal of Captain E. L. Snnehez of ti e
Rosa Ferl.ta, who had almost despaired
of being rescued.
Food Taken to Schooner
In a few moment? a ?mall boat, the
only ore left abroad the ?choonci
launched and went to th? ?id? of the
liner. The two hundred paiiengeri
lined her rail?, watching th
of the little dory a? it ?lowly tra\ ?
the heavy ?wells, sometimes tak.
I water, sometime* being perilously
to capsizing a? it waa ?wept dor/n tie
crest of a nigh wave. In an ?.our th<
three man in the little boat were at tie
?ide of the larger ves?el.
( aptain Sanchez climbed the ladd? r
and explained to Captain Look that h s
?hip had run short of provision!
he deiired I lb hi? ?upply ard
wanted u tow. In live minute? sugar,
coffee, canned nvats, biscuits and \
table? were lowered over the si''
the skipper retorr.td to hi? half
? ral version? were given by tie
passenger? of the difficulties th? crew
of the Rosa Ferlita had er.,
part? of statements they he
I '7. make in hi? brief v
The outstanding faatai
they agreed was that the nine
man had sabalited for a week on hsl:
rstlon?, that the food allotment? th?f
wer? cat on?-h?lf ?gain, and on
day th?y had ?ufflcient food for only
live more ?p?r?o meal?.
They had aran considered slaughter?
ing two of th? pet?, a dog and a mon?
key, but the captain had ?aid this would
he done only a? a last resort. Th?
?apUin said he knew he would sight
he had be.
that II miles from New
? >>loc>: the l?rcrr
maneuvered and finally ?u
getting a line to the schooner. Just a?
?h? got undr- way it parted, BO
nnother hesjr ? second hswser
fastened. The ?ehoon '????bed
In the wake of the Preiident GartVald '
for twelve hours? when ?t 10 o'clock
at night th? Una again parted, due t?
(h?flng. The ?es w? rough
and, handicapped bi
th? di??b!ed reasel Belag invi?-j
le gun spol
? hour? before tl ? hawser struck
Its target a bobbing, flckcrlng light
on a mast.
At r> o'clock yesterday morning the
?-hipping Hoard tug Homeric pulled
alongside and took the Ros? Ferlita in
tow anil brought her safely late
Th? President Garfield arrived twclv?
The Rois Ferlita carried a cargo of
mahogany for Boston. Her agent?
there ar? Palmer, Parker ? ?o.
- a -
Christmas Blessing Sent
By Patriarch Meletio?
rii.'inks to ( liri-tiniM in ihr
I nilr.l State* CmKss* From
A Christmas blessing ?nd me??age
of thanks to the government an :
pie of the United State? from the Pa?
triarrh Meterlos, of Constantinople,
was made public last night by
In a cablegram to the New York
pre]?* - tantlnople Patriarch
"The Christmai leaaon afford? me
the best opportunity to proclaim the
f.de of the Christiana of thi
o the Christians of America and the
entire world. The philanthropic atti?
tude of prominent Indiv.duals and as?
sociations saved thousand? of human
being? from eertsin death
cont! efforts can a million
soul? who have taken refuge in ?
thi? work of the ?alvatlon of so
many xin'ortumttrs American pfcUam
thropy came fint, represented chiefly
by the American Re,| Cross ?:
, Near East Relief. I express pubhHy
the everlasting indebtedness of F.??t
I hristianity to 'he goversraii
people of the I'r of America
und request the ministers of all '
lean churches t
tads of our?, to (heir congr>gali.>
'May the Loi !, our ho wa?
horn in the town of '
? loving people of A
Ship Wails on Balky Train
"I have got ai far a? New H
an- nil rig
motive ha? bal>
Boston, but I after
scheduled ?ailing time.
This was the telegram that de
the Royal Mail liner Anna)
an hour yesterdsy before it de- ?
Hermuda. It waa sr:
Benjamin Griffin, a Bocton mcrch?nt. ?
It was fortunate for romo tv
five other psiirngers
gram was sent, for th:.t nool
been left behind, a? they were a!'
layed in getting to the pier from |
outside of New York. When the liner,
finally got under way it had Ml
The Araguaya began its initial voyage
randa in the Royal M
Packet Company's ?er will
be msintair.ed f r the next ?ix week?.
liady Rhoiifltla Wins
Divorce After Plea
To Iftisbant! Fail?
British Business Woman and
Politiriui. Ghren IVeedoai
\fter 2-Year Separation;
Lady Fraiser (?et?. Ueerer
from Th* Trihw*** Murapaaa ?mrotu
C?erH?ht. III). K?w York Tribar.? :
MDON. Dec. 21. ? Visco
Ida obtained a divorce to-dav I
phrey Mackworth, to
I ?he wa? married tn 190?,. She. ]
ha? been separated from Sir Humph
nee 1920, no reason for their
a having been m?de public. In
1102 ihr wrote to her huahainl, seeking
a reconciliation, but he ignorad her
The divorc? was grsnted o-i ?tato
?untess Rhondda ?nlovs interna
fame a? perhaps th? greatest
businc?? woman of th? ?ge. certainly
1 oliticsllf ?h? is cele
! particularly for in the
, ?I election In (?reit Rrit
gain a ??si m the House of
inherited her title from her
father, who wss given a vltcountey
? work a? Food Cn?ncellor dur
lag the war. She is on the
of thirly-aix difl< I Bi and
!? th? huge mi.-iirg II
her father I'ohtically 'h? Is affllated
x l'oint group, on? of the '
mo?t ?ctlve women'? political h
in England. She ediU a weakly paper, '
"Time and Tide."
Recently Viscount??? Rhondda vi?ited
the 1 sitad State?, speaking bofore
many women'? organisation? and ?
Pec. 21 (By The Aisoel
ated Press).- Lady Helen Mary Frsser,
wife of Sir John Foster Fraser, the
widely known lecturer, was granted a
divorce from her husband to-day on
.?rounds of misconduf* I.sdy
before her marriage was H?l?n
I ..*renee, daughter of Francis
Lawrenc-.. of Seattle? W??h.
"Hcdtime Story" Author to
Talk at CUd Mudy Party
Thornton W. Burgess, creatof of the
.tories," will tell the
r-? Bwtjpas Party" to?
morrow mornlag ?t the ?nnual t'hrtst
rnas ei nt of the Federation
.. to b? held at Ihn
. Theater, Fifty-ninth Street and
.renne. The nr-tertelnmcnt
will bet;.n it il o'clock. M
will ?how pictue? of birds snd animal?.
'rom live to twclv? are in?
month Celebrate! l-anding
: i. Dae.
Plymouth to-day observed Forefather?'
Day In memory of the Pilgrim? who
yflower. The program
. military and civic parade
end a banquet.
ac/?j end Eycihstti ?
I>1SH OXFORDS ?
L9 Wert 50di St
Around from Fifth Avi. ?
Deprecate, Typhuo Fear*
Siinhation Plreetor of Poland
Tells of Precautions
ftamu?l Schmidt, of Wlnthrop, Mas?.
director of Poland's ?snltetion d?psrt
ment, arrived here yeaterdsy on th?
?tr Eathonls and
.. ated roeeatly e?pre???d f??n
? that typhus might be brought to th?
Kurope, and par
ram Russia. He ?aid over]!
? idon known to the medical pre
; feailon was being taken by the ?team
ship and emigration authorities to pre?
vent this. Mr. Schmidt was ?cram?
panted by hi* wife and three children
and cam? home to paaa tho holidays
Another p???eng?r wsi Willism Sha?
man, of the Union t.eagu? of Chicago,
who ha? been attached to the Inter
inflation Commission II?
?aid that the great problem In Europe
to dsv is that of transportation and
added that when a ?olution for that
1? reached the economic problem will
adjust itself naturally.
Th? ve??el, coming from Danzig,
I.ibau and Christiania, brought 973 pee
senger? and ?,2"" sacks of Chrlstm??
mail from th? northern part of Furope.
Lions To Be Holiday Hosts
The IJons' Downtown Club of New
will entertain 100 widows and
about 400 children at a Chri?tma? dlrt
? be given to-morrow afternoon
at I o'clock on the eighteenth floor of
The Tribune Ruilding. The floor ha?
been donated by the building manage
ior the neeaalon. Th? Annin Flag j
Company ha? furnl?h?d decoration?.
Forget? Gas After
Two Are Killrd
Mother? Tired After Getting
Tree and Gif to for Hua
hund. Fail? to Light Stow
When She ?Start? Supper
Joseph fllcenikl, who drives a eosl
wagon snd live? at 2*1 Twenty-first
Street, Sooth Brooklyn, left horn? yes?
terday morning whistling. Hi? wife,
Helen, and hi? six-year-old daughter,
frtetla, waved him good by from th?
window of th? little lifting room.
"Dor't <</rget the Chrlitma? tree,"
8le?nskl shouted through hii cupped
Mr?. Slcemkl snd Stella went ?bop?
ping In th? afternoon. Th?y returned
l flat at about flvrj ?/?Jock,
bringing th? Christmas tree and a
number ot precious trifling Ckristsaas
thing? with th?m. The tree and th?
gift? were icattarel over th? dining
room table as th? housewife hurrieo
to the kitchen to put the ?upper on
th? go? rang?.
Both Mr?. Sicenski and Stella ware
tirtd. Lait minute ropplng ii an
ordeal, but then, It? bettor th?
g at all.
After th? sapper was w*ll started
Mr?. Hieenskl lay down ?Ti
class of th? window a? aa^*.?
*n?r? ??a? a? .Z: ??
C?l:lng Jams? Msl|?n, tflJJK,
Tw?nty-thir?i Ktreet, f k?uT ?
c?n?ki broke m th. doer i?l
to ?rous? hi? wife and ?aa^La^Lafl
Fr.ntic, a? dra^gadtao?ClslN
th? tTm\a\'?Ut-ii room f? ?A ^**-??%
Aa open g?
rang? poured ?
?om. n??4? (ti on -^
the ?upper potete?? JH
Freedom for Chrinm
if h lli ?ion viel ?,h? p^x
Prrsemt by "Hill,,
! of ?? || ti,? tiaOtaJ
vlrt In ?t?U prison U bi^awl
i freedom a? a Chri?tm*> ?*^i
?ov? rnor Mtll.r. ^^H.
In a memorandum aeeesjaaM
day's commutation th? CsmtS^"
I that i H lrt\y>
murder whil? ?r.'i.,i*tU?^f*>at
h? wer? ' dar iL^1
have to ser-,, only '?ft??, Jlf
man, h? ?dded, has at? i*mmJ*
than that, n's prison r????T*i
CUt?t k?%V# fe" f. VT? HBiA?? J..?r"a^^ l^SBVal
'.ve. ? ff_|
Attractive Color Combination*.
The U.rld's Greet??* Leather St?res
4M rirth *< . New TerS. 151 Hieetteaf.
Beetoo-US TW?s?at iMreH
laests-?I ne?w t Mrett
You will enjoy tbo quiet
cbarm of the ?
Royal James Inn
SS I Id? re. Ob?
? i un t.) train from New Tor?.
? s.ng.s and doubt?, wttta prt
For furta*r Information apply to
Everett P. Ashley,
IDtAL SPOINO WATER
From Woavors to you
mm*. _ -mm. mummm WARMTK
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Liberal Siso? 72?84.
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$14.00 por pa r.
VEJUrlONT NATIVES' INDUSTRIES,
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^^?% To cet the most
out of your trip
?o one way and
And for at least half of thejnimey
select the Rock Island Lini
Golden State Limited
See the desert that beAme a
garden?the Imperial Vally; the
glimpse of LowJ Cali?
this train, famous for twenty
ears, you travel direct to either
? Angeles or San Diego. Only
rough sleeper, to Santa Barbara.
tur comfort i^not a matter^f
ice?it is a pak of tha?is*well
kn8wn service of th?^twa-ra State
fewest all-8t?feTPullma\; club
rvation car; drawingS?ora
coiUMitment sleeping cars and
ing cakvmeals the"best on wheels."
From Chicago (La Salle St Station)
via Rock Island Lines at 6:30 p. m.
olden State Limited
a E. Palsser. Gaa. Agi Pass. Dap*. Roe? Islsed Linas
280 Broadway. Now Tark
Pbono Wort* 1SSS-1534
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is like the old-time mounted postman!
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No rubber-sac, no valves or springs to
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life-time! Even if your friends do carry
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THIS ?s a new type of \
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close work, adapted for
?home use by the inventor
of the "daylight" !amp
which has Song rendered
efficient service in scien?
tific, mercantile and in?
dustrial fields. The light
it affords is cool, restful,
and especially refreshing
to tired or sensitive eyes;
it is, in effect, practically
identical with natural
The lamp is attached to
an adjustable stand, and
may be used in conjunc?
tion with any type of elec?
trical service. The price,
in stock, is $45.00. What
more desirable for a holi?
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54 fimmaAr "*
SPECIALIZED SERVICE?STREET FLOOR
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150 of Our Fine $65 & P?
Ulsters Lowered to $48 I
Christmas will indeed be merry for the man who is fortunate woU*h. *<>.
one of these splendid costs as a gift on Christmas morning??ven if he has w ?
tht gift to himself 1
They are warm, rugged itorm ulsters and heavy town ulsters. All are ?**??
breasted. They are made of soft fleeces, sturdy cheviots, colorful *"****.,-Md
browns and grays, soft Uns and warm heathers. Many art finely blen?sa p?
The sizes range from 84 to 46, but there art only 150 ulsters in ths grout*
early choosing is advisable. .
Every garment is tailored to the rigidly enforced WANAMAKER ?^?^mtg
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