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ta Krane?. Hut that the
the nujf
?..gin dertarm;
- and ahatfV not be 01b?
?di- 1
?aytng *hat France mu
>a the word "Euhr. It d< ?
t'rance wi?he? to be pa??? and
man penpl?,
.! the great iaduitrialUt? In Oer
ywhatrt one hear? thi
-, front Qt ia?any emphaatted. and i
? III he In time to confer *?
coming on frai
a state of suspend.?!
? calle? Perhaps th?
more elarl
ght.
Rritttin Sees Frrsh Hope
In L. S. Reparation Polity
l?ndon Hed?a Hughes'* Pro
poaest A? Most Helpful t ttrr
anee Situe- H nr Hin ft Regime
By Arthur S. Draper
-rf?c4ai farWe '? Tme 7r.k_.ie
?rt- Trlljune
IDON, Doe, 3?.
Huf he?'? speech at New Haven. |
I night. decl?ring in favor
eriean participation in a world .
caefeienre on German lenarati?.'
?rgerd?*d here a? the most hopeful ut I
t'rance made by a t'nited States I
n*t member since President Hi
?en a? in ?vary *?<?>
to Sei ?tor I .. ecenl plan ;
international economic e?
In virw oi 'f opinion '
Ktwe?ri America and Briiain. official? |
r? b-'Iieve that the key to th.
?torB
nt world order !,.?? i?. held by
Br. "?lighted
ay that th? jilted I
ima- i
.
inf in the n>re<h of
1
bava
.
rrm?' ?. sit- i
ha? gr .
o-day that al I a m a eolution may
reached.
? th? la-t fe? ?lay il ??j-known
i.ighes has sounded (?ut
'
hat he
. ? pro
k? an ind!
?
I ?
? . <n Office had had
..a from Washlngt?>n
days pri"
?' hin*;
ga in thi?. a? tl
II acquaint, d ?it h the Brit
? ?ador
Th?! the speech is bound to have
>>n the eo?
tillad premier? at Pari? next
is p'am. More than ever now
'* have aa incentive to i
-sre ?till InaiBt upon !>?
Ion -if the Ruhr he will now do
n full knowledge of the r?ct that
counter to American a?
opinion,
t I laid ?.??.ored
Whatever the Bat?SIS at Par
Born? further action by the
B regard to th? ?
' An.eriean bank
pov
ernment? that t h ?> y rej-srd a
re pi. ?
ia running <i
?11 a? I
reasonable t I -at f??r.
Hugh? * a??u?
- .
rolnrarr'i. I'o-ltioi. Ilifhcull
?
Hushes
aaal
. fair.
thi?
?
'
' i reran] to
BrHtssim for RcfHirtttion i ut
Ami tetrmaii Moratoriton
llvriar I.trie t.oing to I'aris to
Drmantl ratal s? (tin nut of
Ihrer Veers ?>/ Mr angling
'
on December 1 i . , ?14 *n
I break beta, en (real Hnum and
?? ha? been a flood of lunn
? when the
med their
iris.
rar, waa an au?
?
Parrs
Monday an a plan
f the
who'. ?r ob
i.laa the plan ia
said ?? 1>? ?? foll4*r?r?:
program
- must bo a final
v.;!! out
iwe wrangling ?>f ih<
and give an op,-1
undergo general ???
?ot under '
which, if not fbi
asanr t? given a -f?;; r'iancs to make
toad - ? .>r?. will t*? ?hi
?*.c?r,dtng scale of economic
Senate Leaders
Term Hughes
Plan Practical
Administration Fore?*** in
I pprr Hou-r View Board
of Kconomitt? ?* Real
Means to Aid ?Europe
Borah See? World Parley
Confi?iVnt America Will
Participate and I* lo
In-?-t Ku?.-ia Ko- \-U??d
fea- -'"? Ws.htnitto'- Furee?
WASHINGTON, Dec. 30.?The plan of
rghea for an in
IteJo?* of economic ex
with American repre
inn, to determine the amount of
reparations Germany is ebb- to pay
met with the full approval of the ma?
jority of Admini.trs.tion Senators to- f
The Hughe? propo?al and the
death ah amendmer t *
were the
..tion among ra? I
great.
'? of the more prominent Repub
i.f th? Borah amend
vingly of the fact the
i? at
he busines? of trying to
bring about a ?ettlenr*nt of the I
pean economic situation and vre'ted
the plan as practica'.
Ror?h Expect? ?Ceaferenee '
Seniator Borah said he would await
development? ?nd indicated he w??
?tisfted with th? situation. He
the view that tke ?conomie ex
will confer, will report back to
'governments, and that the con?
ference of these expert? will prove
?lude to ?n economic conf? r
in the ?ense In which he propo?ed it.
?'Th' ? in a situation
now ? ISt gi forward." said
cannot go back?
ward. Public opinion ha? been
. d und will not permit it."
Itor Bora'n -till is ?t the opinion
ild take part in the meet
' any conference ? ?ion,
and I' it In 0 ?Senate speech
that Bussia be Included.
*1c( ormick. of Illinois,'
from Europe, wh?. ap- j
pond the Borah amendment, -nid:
-,in inclined t<> beli.-vc the plan
outline?) l> Mr. Hughes offer? the only
practical r-.?thod of reaching a I
?lement."
Senator Hiram Johrson of t'alifor- |
r.ia. a. om-nent. It ll ?
knowi . thai he i? no ?
I over the conference prop
? Hugh?? than over .'ne plan ?ug
by the Borah a
atar Kellogg. ????.?linneaota. said j
. ??rctary Hughes
*h hi* appr.
?ii much pliar-cd with :t," said,'
- Kellogg.
Senator t'apper, of Kansas, chairman .
of the farm bloc, a strong supporter
Borah an.. I I ht- was
- nment to
I
problems. He predicted an
'. uniiiistration'? ?(Tort, to bring j
ich a ?ettb-ment.
"I think the plan r-uggerted bv
BOt practical. In fact. It is the
al suggestion io far ?
r.dition is the n
fated the world has ever known,
?nd if a solution is to be found II
l.y trained financial
minds and not upon the fiat of pre?
miers and those in administrative au?
thority. Tne world is critically ill in ,
the region of it? pocketbook ?r
would appear to be the part of trim
?.nd tfoaiau
Practical, Say? Watson
nor WotOOB, of Indiana, ?aid the
etary Hug!-. a
ala ?nd able exposition
? Imlniftration'i ?.
i the i>ccn
'??? him i? the only
we can adopt h
toward bringing ?bout.
Something
und will be done toward thst
, hi Washington, said :
*'| am ir favor of thi- nat
anything I" help bring ?bout order iti ,
Eorop? if it can be done. I belie?.
I're.idem Harding
?
anything within
i to help rest
?
Wisconsin. -
Rugb-ss'l
-ound and
? arriving at a fnir ba?
it would have b?h
ling force of world 'op
! io insure the acceptance of
.nous if it wer? toma-as?
i of ?uch standing hs woul?.
I | -
?Th? ?."
1?<ii. <.dung's Cadinrt Kr*iuii?
?
? rai Char.? Shao
to-day. only reatar
| day th.- Senat.- ??ted approval of
g. who was appointe.r
nber l.? w-.th th?
I arlia
S* rians Quit CreorgUt
Town After Rombing
MARIETTA. Ga , Vet. 30.-As
an aftermath of a midni. ?
p!oak>n which wrcrk?*d tho home
of Charle? IVraney, a wealthy
Syrian merchant, hire on We-dnct?
day, nuiiilK-rs ..f the Syrian col?
ony have tin ided to quit th'
A notice porte?! thin morning
on Syrian home?, read:
' to jrive the general
public lroti*. that V?
ncll all our property t^f evn
n that ate own in and
around Marietta at th?* ? I
and will leave
Marietta 001 We hepo to
be able to dispone of our pr
within the next gfartf ?lays, but if
we cannot, wo will 1? aw anyway.*'
lio;ii(l<(l Fortune in
(?rnis Traced as Box
Of Mes.?, t Trinket**
Mr-. Minrtta Mor??h% H-i
motril "Death b> Frn?/.
ing." Shofkitifj Neighbor?
hood, of Natural Grate
remen tapped the wall?, o!
Morris Avenue ye?tcrdav for a sound;
that might ind?cate the presence of a
secret closet, while anyoV.ng that
faintly resembled a spring or
button was te?ted by inqui?itiv?
ger? for some trace ??f the fortune
'n jewels which
the dead occupant of the house, was'
supposed to have had. All night ?one;,
after the body w?>
frr-er.ing hou.??\ '.he palles remained on i
guard to protect ihe hidden wealth!
from the hands of possible hs<
da if
Mrs. Flora D. Kanaat, Hrrived si.?
'-nee of thi
a plu
? I
?cant handful
? The ring- ''?rlr,
'
?
might have prized them to the
? '
the ?>??
such a price upon them, thai
The woman'?, life and dea?
lam Laniffai
next door at I
inisied the rh.-erf..! little ?sroman
I
times, he i
ll-.frhbridge statio
*? putrolman forccj liien wa?
oold. Up in a
in tn?* parlor la>
nightdress, covered with blanket
rhe h? ; it a week
??{". for the Ii.?t time.
II. r deatn was |
Bl v.?- rep,,r(,.,| ht V. I
? of death v . wa,? only
ihe re?uk of *? fora rhaga.
About hs agp. Ml
said, >
of blood. I . was fu
weakened '. ! attack. Mr-.
?uy-rive. not sev
?n woman,
h?-r daughter said, for only a few
la Mr. lj.nigan's house, she
Jig.
Mr' Marsh1 pos?c??ion?, the hou.e
on M. ?. which she bought
Bil months ago, and a building at I
Iliad to Mrs. Kennet, v
i address Is ,r,T V?'<
Bha will t??.
., 0114*0, and perhaps ??? if
? Morris Avenue
American Amba??*Uf1or lo
Japan Return* lo Rcdgn
?.liarlf- B. WsVNM Will Slart
Hume .Jun. 2.">; Ni? Surpri*?
at ihr I npital
The As.o
isrle? B. \V?rren, I'nited
States An I . . sail
for Ainer'CH on ? ' eland
Janusry j.'r *nd, aftai '?
Harding and
Huphes, will present hi? raaigaatioa,
ho announced to-day.
WASHINGTON, De?
of Ambassador Warren's intents
t. sign hi? :
a> a ?urj.-. '?ington, f."
desire to turn his attention to his af?
fair? in this country has been kl
svoral months. '
was ?aid b!
?sident Harding appr?
Mr. Warren's ?. ivir.-? in cementing
! Kood bet*?een the I
Rtate? Hi.d Japan, If the \
: should now submit his resign;.; I
, the belief that he hs.l d?>n<- all
?? en
; tailed in retain: . -. he would
be permitted to retire ?t his pi?*
I jen was appointed to the
from Michigsn in June,
hot]
Harding Asks
Fund to Make
Navy Modern
?Wa,5(MMMM) Special Appro
priulion NriTHsiary to Put
1 foil Um on Par Willi
Olhrr Font-, Ut? \
Marks (.hange of Polit'y
Arm- Parley Brtap >1o\.
to iniprovi* Olil Ship?.
?Uaaier Hunt BuiM Ht *\
W A 1er to
keep the flr?t line of the American
navy on a par with th? ?aa for'
the other gre, ident
Harding to-day a?ke<l ?"ongrcsi for a
?pecial appropriation of ?6.600.000 ???
a beginning on a battleship modernisa?
tion program.
The plan behin.l ti.e re<4?ie?t mark?
a change of policy rnulting directly
from the Washington I renee
and *saa described by Secretary Denhy
in a letter accompanying th" i
recommendstion s? Bf "major and
?mportanco" in national defen??.
I'rmr to the con:'- 'I been the
practiee to huild n?w ship? rather than
modernit? ?Id one?, a policy which no
longer ca?. be followed because of the
c?,n?.?ruct??.n limitation? imposed by the
naval limit??
rclary Denby reported th?t a de
tailed study of the problem had been
officers and th?t the
on thirteen vf>
I, the program
vould cost :. total of s
I'rolection ?.rain?! ?.Irrraft
\o detailed information u? t<> what
ship? sv ill be ?rTe.-teal by the tir-t ap?
propriation
Mr.
.!.le at th
mei II
?hat in grriernl I
?
?
ain batterie- . ? .ang? ?
? 'a?rai ,
brought .
i
?
tap under the '
pped with all of I
aft. The i ew ?
; have had
of 3?.Win ft
? ?
??fed to ?v.ir.imi?a- the danger
Won't Inilude Si-.all-l.un Ship?
The o!?l fourte?-.-inch gun
which
. were de?igned and built I
?tircr-i
hip, They w?re buil'
submarine attack with
ilernization
program w . ry of 'he t
Bl th? Aineriear;
which
?nd lighter side arn.
.?v?l expert? ?? ?
now in the active I??
th? North r??kota and
Delaware, will be ?ci
I
Virgil la ?ad tl -
.'
idy of virtually rail
?
Murderer of PoHtfa
IVe*i?lrnt MuM Die
OUI t.rriii.in Li* I? ln\nk?<l
9?J I hot K\tr<*mr PfBJihj
I ain He (?i\rn
'WAP.SAV. . |
wa? sentenced to death todi.v for the
a?r?a??ina?inn of Prcnidf-nt Nanr
The tn?! began r
week? after the ?????.?in?':
-ander
?1 law, and th.
? loiii-tki. ?
? statute which
?hen they were
in occupation of Poli,
the death sentence might I
the punishment for political m ?
Mewadoraskl ?
by hi? associates as unbalai
tall).
1 ii. N.irutowici had bo. ?? I m
?? tired at by N'iewa
?
floor and -hing within a f. ,
Polirc Eject
Irish Robeis
At Consulate
H?..li >i<!? - i ?.inpilliMl to
Sign I nu??? I niil I ticotaayi
\% hin Frei Mat?*- Knvoy
Orden H- lo Go
Mr?.. MaeSwIttej Defiant
rerde!1 9-bc Wee, Hold?
inu i MM loi I ??o Hour*?:
War Will Be Renewed
Th?? ulate wa? dosed last ?
mthl. After f.-.ir de> ? an?! I
of amiable occupation the tempestuous |
teapot on the tmth floor of I
dram.. Kollowlrgj
on? of the
f ih?
consulate, s truce was .teelarr.l
lock, when
irnting pr?. ?? renewed
mth
The tin?1 the
? iege.
- V Snii.l.l.
army fro
la ejecting
most undifml -?
dr?(ri;iri*f them out Of the do.rr and
ig crowd of feminine ?up
the corridor. To I
\!ur?. I M -
i.van, _ wa?
more difficult. All snorts to _?*t
?nt Jaasai
of the
li '
? 1
rd.
1
'fice. Hireetly afterwanl came
1
l
or win
backe : wall and l<
And ,
had
:
1
went,
j'en.
'
. Irishmai
wife '
! wa?
callen I ,tt?r
ing ;.
? ?
'
were
1- re
who I
how had manaired to squeeze bar'
'
?
had a bright idea?Ihe bright
had dining th- trying*
l.uild
;'
M r. B ..-?1 by
I becai.
"
?.it ,he to, ,
I
?1 ?? ,-.
hill ??
1 had
Mr. ?ran
.r and ,
Il Ihe j
?t the ?wo
?
? ar that atil
vuni
?urn m for
;y tli?
?
Borah Draws
Farm Blor lo
Harding's Aid
ac?itl?i.?a le?-" ????
Harding nu
?
h the
l thst
much
?
?
;
i
?
'
'.il
?
. full
.Mr.
?
'
nting.
'
''
?
?
<? least, to ?
.?n.
Then WB<
r?uty
Keco^nition 1>\
l.S.JsPleaof
Soviet Lfreader
i ..un ?i Dtsmirt i- ( Im ? ??i
|?.! i With Ailieri
? un Pi ?pie. Foreipu ?Min
|*4er Sbtjti at l.aii*^ii.i.e
\\ .iiil?YmilI)? ?en?
000,000 for
m iH-niiiii Home l< Pro
po".?*?l li?. Dr.Mon!
I (By Tne/ As?o
I [>?.?
. made
nu :?pn? r.l f
In ? ?tat?
roll?-,. ?can pUapl?
<rk :?nd tor th
j
II dfi
? ?
...
m oor f-jr<!
in."
f ?abandon I'onqur.l
I a
I of I
. urn warmlv ?
?
? muit e?i
.1 in the Cal'?..
region?, each ?I :
rtt? hrouc.
iable change in
Op' :
r-iund hope in th?* fact tmit the
'
? ? ?! rnadf II
?
I until
the Pari
.
?
,?
n popuiar loan in Anunc?,
r coun
rencc
>n.
? n plan
tory eorrtaining about
at of Dr. George
tor of the Ar
I ety. who an
< me?
sage fi - saying i?
ition was being introducd
<r to l.nd
ice made ade.aa'e f'rrltfe^
n for the h. ' ' t"
OOlelal Proyoaal
-?me ,
'-?*?*__
' '<'
." '??.
l-sve.
lero I? little floobt that t_.
'? Mm
tration program
Senate I v-.v Kill
With (..ill to t ?ni. reta
'? Mo>*? lor Krinamcini,
I ihIuiiir?1?! Iiui ll,797j^n
I* V? 'I I?? Measure
? i_.T?. '
witta,
|0f S
'" a? M|
H | i... _
It
will mate
the table
seem
I
pleasanty
mtrigr??g
$?lhSlrs?t\**riTTH AVENUE*^* ySl^Strag*
Begin Tuesday, Jan. 2d, Their
Gwemi'r^nwual
JcARAHCe
?
Reductions Averaging |
% - % - y?
Less Than Former Prices
Two and Three IMeee Suits-^'wti*?-Wraps
?Day ano Evenir.?; (?own*-??Blouj-ie-s?Sn eat?
ers? Corats ?lingerie ? Novelties?Hat-?
and Fura.
-_ t=
tmmfam^m~m^^^^mmmmm~mm^m~mt^e^?mmm^^mmmmm^m^mmmm^m.m^mm^m~~~~imm^mm~.
I iftk .iirnufi Smurtfft "? i\ ;ntrn
*Jnr. P
?177 FIFTH AVEN1
\k\n STORK
Jf S4tk Street*
Be il din ?
Absolute
Clearance Sale
y2 PRICE
lonsbalr
51 ITS . WTtAPI
COATS . HATS . .1 Ai
THRE1
RIDING HABITS KM ki U .
?kl HOSIERS . M
i nr/?* dtffrrrnt from the
n,nrr} that ur CSS eel drsir.br them in i
IAKi ll.l fO SECOND FLOOR
"OPEN NEW YEAR'.? DAY, 9 A. M. TO 6 P. M."
TWO IMPORTANT ART EVENTS OF THE NEW YEAR
At The ?American ?Art Galleries
THE BLOCK OF MADISON AVENUE, 56TH TO S7TH STREET
ENTRANCE. 30 EAST 57TH STREET
ON FREE VIEW TOMORROW (NEW YEARS)
CONTINUING UNTIL DATES OF SALE
1
THE VERY IMPORTANT
COLLECTION OF
VALUABLE PICTURES
BY
THE BARBIZON MASTERS
THEIR CONTEMPORARIES
THE FRENCH IMPRESSIONISTS
AND
MODERN FRENCH PAINTERS
COLLECTED BY
THE WELL KNOWN CONM
MR. MEYER GOODFRIEND
NEW YORK?PAR?.-.
LA COLLECTION MEYER-G00DFR1END
BY ROGF.R-MILES
r.'i' ?I.?,. Vit fa ..
?
Tort of the
wish?1.! t..
.nark th? point of
.??lution
'.?v 1'ifht. I
BM can
n. ?ut
he ?tr.pi
TO BE SOLD
AT UNRESTRICTED PUBLIC SALE
ON THE EVteNINGS OF
THURSDAY AND FR?DAY
OF THIS WEEK
JANUARY 4TH AND 5TH
In the Assembly Hall
of the ?Ajncrican Art Galleries
BEGINNING EACH EVENING AT 8:30
. ?? l?v. \ II . M.i
Inn l?r? <n- a by "?lt?#
llalli.fir l( ,;? MailrJ un gt*.
?*an*M ?'. T*v? isolinr?.
RARE AND BEAUTIFUL OLD
CHINESE PORCELAINSI
ANTIQUE ORIENTAL BRONZES
FINE JAPANESE LACQUERS AND CWAUtt
DAIMIO SWORDS, CARVED JAMS
A copv of "Oriental Ceramic Art.' __ -
by example? from Ihe collection of W. T. Wal?
ler?, Text and Note? b*y S. W. Buthcll.
The most beautiful of works ee
Oriental Certrr.ic Art.
MODERN PAINTINGS & WATER COLORS
TWO GRAND MARBLE HALL TABLES
ROYAL AUB?SS0N TAPESTRIES
VERY FINE ANTIQUE ORIENTAL
RUGS AND CARPETS
AND OTHER _______?
EXPENSIVE ANTIQUE AND MODER*
HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS AND
EMBELLISHMENTS
FROM THE ESTATE OF THE LATf
C. I. HUDSON
OF NEW YORK
TO BE SOLD jH
AT UNRESTRICTED PUBLIC SALE
BY DIRECTION OF
DUDLEY DUP1GNAC, ESQ.. ATTORN**
FOR THE EXECUTORS
At the ?American Art Galkri?*'
ON TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY
AND FRIDAY AFTERNOONS OF THIS f__j
JAN. 2ND, 3RD, 4TH AND 5TH,
AT 2:15 O'CLOCK
?. 1 |.i.,rr.?#lT ill.i.tt-a.r-1 n..i?ln?ne ?III ??> atal*?**
?Baa ?? return* ?' ?**? meASmr.
The Mm Will Be Conducted by MR. THOMAS E. KIRBY
md |,i. ...ociate., MR. OTTO BERNET and MR. H. H. PARKE
AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION. MANAGERS
III.M K OK *4U>IM1> AVEWl'K. 54VTM TO 3?TU OTBSKT.
KMT-MMt K NO. M F.AaT S7TH ?TKK*E*T.

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