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WALKS OUT OF COURT
"BoiTOwed" from Tombs to Plcad in Court. He Takes "Discharge" Literally* HARLEM HAUNTSSEARCHED EUd Been Convicted and Sen? tenced on Charge of Aid mrr in Conduct of Dis orderly House. ot h awarni "f ifl , Harlctn'a "Uttla lUly" laal . ! th.- fai t that a man. ui,,. - lotifl Lea*arfll, walked , ourtfl Bul d ..,,?-, | freedom .-ii Tueflday when awaltlng H ? ,.- wh4>r?* He had been aen lf.fi,,..] i.-i. montha an.l ,,.o daam oa hta convli um. ln , ... 0( sp-- i.-.i ieafl ' - "" :' I md abattlni ln the houae in thi tlon, di when arreatad on November - rorty-flve yeara old, was I . . i.-v addreaa ..s No 118 ''???'? ?- i -i. toi - ttmga woman. deaci a. Ini a n uppei Flral ave Tha detectlvea who nin-i' thi raid on i t ? avenue houae tooV two Hrla tody. Thi i ?"?*? Mab ' R U-l-t! Bfjcond * ' ' , f So. ii v.-uiii.iui ati PoUowinfi i,i-.- Beaatoni -rmenl of flullt) and a thi - ' ? ? . ? '???'?'? ""?' . , , on 1 eaday he r0m b cell In the Tomba ? in waltlnc untll lha Kran-1 , i raeta In h ??-? undai . oi 9 derntton The plua waa to ai B, -- na for idlng to thi tloi r ,f tlu' . i an Indlctmant - n ted Ital ? aa taken ??-?.,?: 4 - ' "??? ? .. rt ??' endanta ----ho 11 from thfl Tomba . -ii ti.at thej learnad . out. Thaj inf. rmed . t atatlon, and -? ' oul t.< i -i ,1,.. . beon ,i- ii eat 1 . luliti -?!.. atatlon. foui from . dt i nd the trlo a*ho ? .?? h< . b i Harlem'i Littb Italy." vla nlghi on a "hot tlp, - I ,i-i noi taK--ti lower rate on prunes Parcels Post Qv-ickly Bnngs Ex preil Companies to Terms. B ? ' ?i : ' ' ? ?? ? U ? ' I ? .i ? ni ta .' II wi 9 ttrOuflhl I thfl pan efa G andHaM, Plrtfl . i. rai, raeanUy ia* ... 1 gt.iwer the ? that tba lattar aurpoaad to ? - - ? arloaflfl of .. a Vork. ahlpment, ?r\<\ wn? t--> | .pound X>0\ei> The rate . ? t- Tlie ixpto-s . -.. . ut thHr rata t-. 15 Giandfleld believea that Ihe ' - expreai lown to "to-k hottnm ' ln thfl llme prunea probably will he more . ti boardlnfl nous" _ _ QUICK JUSTICE FOR NEGRO Assailant of White Woman To Be Tried Without Delay. ? ? . v rtaa tVaahtnfltoi Daa H. iHlfl luatlcfl will . i oul to Nathamel Graen. a ne-fro. ? ... tha paMee en ? - iiarp? of - | -,: . v.j. ? :-..;.? i-: Orant, ;< whlta ? ahnflow .-r tha I ap , i,,,,-.- ,, r \\ llaon, Unlted Stme* At* to : " Benl tha ease to 10W, and lf nn m ?. ? || netl to try tlie fllfefled a( week ln January. A ;-,K arith it the <l?-ath pf-nal ll w,i !?, preferred aK?init tbe netro. aml Pfoa cutor Wllaon asaaKtfl ta atmt him to th? flallowa . a-Moar, ttilrty-foitr rflflri ,,i.i wfla aaaaultad m tlie atreet and ?irn(--_^.i h t-- aa araaway. iha avas at I ? aaaallaal far nearly ? ilaa and ?-<s *-'ml-ronaoioii Whaa ir.iiu.il by a polieeman, who capt mr.-cl ataen ?>J ba ?as lunn'na; arva> WAY SUCCEED CREELMAN Alcxander S. Bacon Favored for Civil Service Board. r-i. tids --f AlaaanaSer I Bae* n aapreaaoi theii beilef raaaerday lhat he had an ex .,- potntiaanl a* praal | ,- ,. || . i .;..-! . ivil Service ? on. I to y.i .-ed Jamej. ireelmaii n*ri**nafloa taken etteci on Jan ' Mn _flcen la ? Iflwyt* wbo iia** beer Intarestad la varioua tadapewdant poUt laal mov.-tu. rata for h noanber of reara II.- w,..- a< Uve tt. "ti' ot th'-m that pro nuttod tha campalfla of llayat Qfl^mai ihi-.- iraarfl ..^-> io. yeara lio ha? boer I fiK-n-ls flf Willnm ?ul /.. - \. Mi '??'< flai * ..ft.. fl ?' *-*--*M BtK r of Mr. Crat l n, i. h..-l i.. i I. - ii :-< le- lt J. DEWEY TELLS HOW TO KEEP OLD AGE AT BAY Ride Horseback and Avoid Banquets?Advice of the Admiral as He Celebrates Seventv-fiM Birthday. ? r i rei nyton i" ? -'?? Wdi horee back and avold banqueti is thi advlce Admlral Dewey caw t>> thou whe ae plre to a rlpi oid arre ai hi eelebraied his se\. tity-fifth l.itthday to-dai Admlral Dewey, hen. of thi battli of Manlli and one of ihe dli* tlnguiihed iei Bfhten ln American hlatory, declared to manj frlendi thal he fell ?s young and beartj as aa enalgn. Hl wai al bli n_.ce in H?e General Board rooms in the Mlll* Building ni' thi forenoon, recelving vlaltora, among whom were numeroui naval offlcera He greetrd nli in I ror dial manner and < hatted arlth many ..f tho ofllcen nnd proininent Washinc tonlanq, He ipent the aftemoon ??' his home, ind thli evenlni was hoil ni a unall dinner party. Admlral Dewey attrlbutei hli inlen dld phyeical condition largely to horae* back rldrng. Hi li ? famlllar Agure along thi bridle pathi and drlvei m , ? inlty of ihe national capital. i ahould aay that any man who beg ni to rlde early. an.i > ontlnuei wltli it throughoui Ins early years. will J nnd 111 the end thal ne hei ln ? ln ? form of phyelcal oxen Im tbal wlll bc .. greni aaeel to him ln hli later yeara." said ihe admlral to-day. "Drlvlng i- aplendld too. Gettlng loti i thi principal thing. i Harm I, WHAT THEY ARE DOIN Commissioner Prouty Wants Those Interested to Suggest Just What Is IMeeded. MAMES A JOIMT COMMITTEE Halts Hearing of Complaints of New England Shippers to Re niark on Lack of Stand? ard for Railways. I itoa, Dec WL?"Then is one thlng ahout the rallroa.is of this eountrv. and that Is that thl. dOI I know w liat they ave delng. They don'l know whether they are uoing nght or WTOag." -*ld lnterstate Commerce Comrnlailoner . \. Prouty. il 4 ?......, - ? | the com v. t aen ? ind ratei ? ommtiili ? Prout: had il ed .. hall pr.dlngi late n the daj to remarh on thi lack or a standnrd foi doinn builneii among rallroada ne ?n. ?eated that some of thos.- most Intereeted ?H together te formulati taaglble iug* gestlons ui to |un hoa thi eommieiton . 0uid ordei tho rallreed ienrl< i ol New . improved lie nan ed th? ttee Robert iiomar.s. counael ol n.e . bambei of Comeaerce; l>. O. Ivei, manager of the traaeportaUon de* ? i..- i bamber; Vtoe-Pre-edent Buckland. nf the New Have;. road, and LouM D. Hrandeis, counsel of the BOItoa ? i w 11 and Preduce Bachaage. . ommlaalonei Proutj had I . da lo tl e defen.e ,.; (hi Sea ^..!k. New Haven h Hart :,,i,i Rail oad to lha ipi i lfl> omptninti in the Inviatlgi lei ? .,. | icitton. .i iv Mi Bucklind .. ai," wai ti.e i:nn ipal ?Itnem . BU| poi t ..f the , ompiaints. IMtlfled that . eidered the frelg ?? ? t of thi New Haven and Host ? & MllM roedl ?M --liable and expeditioui than that Of oiher roads. He thought lt less Im* ; portaat that the New Haven give up its CoaetWlee shlpplng arratiKenvnts tl.an ? n.petlrig railroad llnes be allowed te operate m Nea England. The altneM ??ad bl had no desire to s.-e any ipictal service taken from the New Havea roed .\ ih. .1 || he 1.. terred to >?.>? ? thi i New Haven monopoly broken ap i r Improved lervlce ncured under it. Mr .. t | | . oi ild not sa" . n ll WOUl i aa aaewai later. Mr, Ivaa admltted that many of tne eomplatnta were due to changw In rout? llng ask-.l for by the suippers. lie aairl j his inveatlgatlon of the freight situation i in behalf of the shippers was direct.'.l to the aervlce and rates, and not tu any dl 1 aralen <>f traflle. Mr. Ivei said he kaew : ol BO shlpper who admltted hein? afraid of the New Haven or who felt that De bad boea tteertmlnated against i.y thi ; road. \ report was submitted by H. A F? | hlan. manager of purchases and snpplies I ..f the Beeton * MalM road. to miM tm 1 < nticlsn. tl.at favor.tlsm had heen shown j in awafdtag contracts for supplles., Mi FaMaa declared orders had freo,u.ntiy heen plae.-d for !o omotlves. can. aup plles. ete., with New F:ngland flrms for the sake of favortag home Industrlea, when beltei rontraets mlKht have be.t; made outside The committee named by Mr Prouty will investigate freigh' eirvtci cendltlom and tates nt Nashua. N. II., and Bridge part. Conn., Cotumnui, Ohle, and Rech eeter, arlth a vlew to maktng comparlsoni t , bl Omi as I poaalbla basis for im pre ' rnente to he asked of the New Ha \eM and Hoston <fc MalM toa<K Ofl lali of I e Department of Juetlei ir rhargi of thi Inveatlgatlea into tbi Graad Trunk-Nen Haven agreement hav< ehanged their mlnds concernlng n notlfl' ? r.tion ot Alf'ed W. Smlthets. .halrmar .f tm board of dlrectera of the Oran. Trunk Railway. that hr has t.e-n lt: dicte<). Henrj k. Guller, Aeetataal LTnttet siates attorney. t.<\d yeeterdaj he weuk not wrlte t.. Mr. Bmltbera, after aii. li Mi Bmltben baan ln i.ondon <>f t;:> i made agalnil bkn and ?omei ever to face them he douhtliei wii notlf] ti.e governmeni offhiais ot his m tentloa. The ..fr.n.e eharged is n..t sut* joct to extiaditloiL NEITHER DO WE. trotv The i 'oiumMs bteti N?-* ^nr'., v III "hrnll -| . i I Itt" " 0 I oem I'lhit. ? beei bolMtaga ned *>? ^fjt* uo < hj that ucc'l: ihfrn niwe. 1,, rlde early in mj own State of VOT mont t don'! know how early, but , ,,axe kept on wlth ihat AflflTclaa, flad II baa bflflfli b jrflfll banaaalll to tne. ?I remember on? dfly rldtng wlth cr-oTRo Bancroft tlifl?hl?tnrlfln. H? waa elphty years ..1-1 at thfl tin.e. I aaked *'?> ta whut bfl flflcrlbfld his p?r* ;.. , phvslral c-omlition at lhat time. ,,,,i i,e polntad to bla h..rse for anawar. ?KJdinK does lt,' lie said Hfl Wflfl bfltog ? simrie footar, i llka t.. pet UP on fl ,..,-.- wlth a iu11*~ mora flctlon; 't shaUoH me np more ?r waa rather delkate whasn i waa toung, but mnstant n.linK s<-t m? OVflt ,. .)f,nnr?r, 1 had a good confltltnUon ,,, atort "ith M\ nandfathar llvfld lo 1? iiiuelv. anrl other pe..ple In my family have liverl io food old flgflfl Thal heip" When i wac yonnger, tha Waahlngton of th.-so dms waa bleaued ivlth a Cllmata thnt would PflTtntf ridmK c|Mr tip lo this time in De. ember. aml . has been this year, so that I have hr*n ex4wclalng this tt?v ri*ht along Uii'; :-ear. ?Another thing th;.* haa hfllpfld m? , M hrer. keeplng awaj irom bnnquflta i don'1 R" to an) more "f* thoni than i ,.at, help. I i' n.eml.er tiu- time when we uaed to go t-> b?nqneta that lai-i ns up for tu,. .-i thr.- daya rtft.-rward. but , Rbandon4*d that long .-.no. a*1** ?"*" ihould any mat, who *-*-ant?= lo feel flfl , ;,* | <i,< when he is seventy-flve." I Third Armed Expcdition to Force Entry on Disputed Lands Victims of Trick. CHAUFFlUR DESERTS THEM ?Men Are Ordered Out of Auto? mobile Twcnty-five Miles from a Railroad and Left Stranded . . ti..[ i <n '; Bi I ' Ban Fran claec, Dei M Btarted arltri artm detarmlnatlon tha dtaputaal potaah ctalau at a 11. .ke ih<- thli d a. rned eapedttl i I ssi' Fran leco eapltallal . ,., . :. i me to ai ? noua and - al ei yojave Deaerl i i-dnj . thi ra dera had alflhtad tbe rrreai ? ? range thal borden iha aauthwaa i ? ihora --f the Amarl an i >? ad s- a tl ?? - 9 and i'u laa ler "U ? ?? Raaor a civll oni neer, of Loa anfli aa, wara dumpad erli MMitouBli fn i theli bla tourtnn car i aB_ wen eft oa e chWy a aal) ? .a- n nrnl . ; ah n fl| and Buppl n ? -? onlj - !'1"" toertea Lake ay aarentean mllea to the n.-rth urard and ll e '.??',r' fll * * h w-;' atatlan aa? twent) -fla t mllei *i?a> ni* ... .r -t??* it. whieh wa* i on< elved i.y Joaapta K HowWaaam, ? taa Fran* li a attorney and dlraaHw af n.* ''?'? fornla Trenfl i rnpanj and W \ Mun ,-.;i. i_.it'.' Coaat auparlntandenl of h de ie, tlve agtn. ' ?*'"?' Ibro -fl* aith - lfl .,-, h than IU ...i ed hope. Loft ui tha Dticrt. .,..,, oi tha aftati wafl fll A \ ar* \ nay, aa auton.lla mai af Loa ? i * i Wi-,o waa hlrad b; Han E '?? a an at* tornay, af thla eltj Varnoy atoara the Iflva guntnan nnd Kflaor lato tba heart of ' the Mojflara Blnh and an tha bordar af tha ?Ikall Bat callad Lflke Bttaabatl Tne I chauffeur, Wba owned tha rna-.-hlne, then Mnformed his amployai that he had <ie ctdad to turn aach Valnly Ihe tnen BSpflatfllflted nno threat , Md. For raaaonfl whlch he did n->t flaan iiacBBaan ta reveal, Varnaj dflddad tbat the peaeeful boulovflrda of Laa Angalafl ararfl rnora attia tttre 'han tha bteak aat , M in-.-1 the Burvelllan. ?? of armed men white Van.ey'a paaBBngarfl wara blua terlnf two aut a c*nntalalnfl tV tac* tlvea Loa Angalefl and Ban Bernardlno Counti 'alaautj abertffi and Hutahiaaoi wblrled up. an^ Varnajr*fl revoit racarlararl rirm and adflfljuatfl auppflrl Biowlf the men aad thair laadflr piipn out Th* flVatflctla/aa aprang Intfl theli tourinc ear -.nrt dumpad out mapa, eamf auppllafl and cooklag fflflr. Two ie mtilnod ln Ihe n.a- Inne. nsurplni; thr plflCCa of the rulnern. and. wlth fl few bonka from th*- autontobllfl born, ati three cara ehuggad off toward Qardan Btatloa, the rende7.\ous of the Trona GOaTIi|-imv'f mflfl A maa named Amhro*.e ntinoi.n-e.l thal ha was fOWfl 10 "hlk.-" hflOM tO H.-nf- ? atatlon, twantj Hara m!le?> away, and ha xtarted, laavtnfl tha atbara M*tin?t flluml] baatda thfl roadway wlth lhalf impedi tr.f nts Maaawhlla a ^eeonn paitv. h*adf.l h* Kd'' Hazor. bad left Loa Aflgalea h^ train fOT Searle* dtption Thfl prflgrflmflM of th<- dflhnflatfl "?s to aetid the Riinmei to the lake and tnen hi*hiii ha k tl Searles i.n-l Bii h OP the lahorer^. Th* s?-eonil partv'. flapiivad Of Itfl nutomiil.il' help, ls i-i f-.t an radetflrsunate stay ? Searlr-s, whl.h . otialnta of a platform foi i.ia-iinK freight aad a board houei witl the rnde legend. "I.Miifh and Meals." or the door. The r?stHiirant ha*. h^en . loaec for more than a Vflfll WHere Cold Blasti Preva.l. I.irlnt tha Wlntat .old. anow-ladei Ma*-ts aaraap aarer the riexert from th slatf lanne anrl th" Tanamlnts, that over hanK Dflflth Valley. Bal f'.r the fart tha the padafltrlan rruaman haau supi>iie? their sittintlon mlKht 004900149 rrerarlouf Tbe Tri.na men were eliited at th*- out i onie flf the thlrd Ix>o rahl That it and? peaeeabl>' Is due to the BflTUfUl plans o the Tinnn men. who. from the ninm*ti t*h??v learned that I.?e analn was aetlv to revlve his Inlererts. had his st?'p nateh'd night and day hy the iflleflUvai _aa vm?s kept utirlei- sut veilla nee irflfltfll <ia\ and aviit I.*- kirpt so tmtii flll danger 0 hia irvina 10 revl\o tltle to the dlapute .-lalnis has heen .>htuinal.d i 'oiisul.-rahl rveltemenl occurra*d yeaterdsK nt th Milla Bnlldlna In S..n FranHaca, wb< Laa'a photograph "*?< iwnght. WATCH AND WAIT [Rt 1 Business Men Cautious as to Innovation, the Greater City's Postmasters Find. EXPRESS CO.S STAND PAT Decide Not to Compete withj Uncle Sam's Scherae?Be? lieve Law Will Prove a Failure. NeW Vork and BTOOklya have heen a^ke.l how much husiness they will con ttihiite to m.tke Uncle Bem'l new parcels poet i wccom after January l. nUt, and their repliev ahol that thev hnve n o.n nrvatlvi regard for the system al its atatl r.ather a amall perceatagi of the Mg ibtppera of merchandiae of aB sorts havi announced thel thej arill have oe. eaaloa to aa* it. hut the majority of ?hlppen prefer to watch ltl operation before i anmlttlni themielvei to it im The p.inels post gOM into effec* Tuesday, December H .it midnight. Poetmaater Morgan of New Tork and Poetmaater Voortnei <>f Brooklyn ae knowledged reeterday thal they ?*? ready to copi with Pather Knleker* bo* kei i i>ationaRe_ i.i reepecl to i'n. l Bam'i radlcal ind attractive tranaporta* tion lyatem Thai la, thej win take packagei n -I Wtim ida* II Puetmaitei General Hltchcoek inpfdlii the eeceaaary new Itamp. tha' muil bl UHd. The Nea voik .mi Breeoklyn elBcii have heen lOOkiag lor Ihe stan.p? daily for ooeaa time. fnierday they aaM thi atampa woold he here by Moadaj Bhoukl they arrlve as late as TUOlday. no dela! I ,? ' tarttng thi nea poet weuM bi ?? , , aetoaed. I The moel Interwttng iipecl of :iu altu | atlon tor thi poetmaeti ? tla q Of thl amount of ' mml thal ITw " gem wlll ih- in competition with thi ? | \-ti.ini "four grcal laprem eempanlei, ? , had been polnted eul 11 John Waaamaker aa "the four objeetkmi to th< eetabllihment ef -i pareeli poet Express Companies to Stand Pat. . : .i ., u m ll wa-* leerw d I thal the law is hnperfi ' fa of ita oara wetghl 1 hi rUI nol '" ne.? .. i ?.?.. rnmini i i aa,_? ? ' ill tbe big .. ? Inglj. i ? ,. to itand pat i l maki no ? ? n i be ni w fadera tt of ring, they billi \e. aill not ... !eel lure beim wlll a ofl ? Departi enl ' j vidll g ' ttt ?f egl iai -"-!.r ent for the < They my tbat tha i ?llght even a trlal lt ? aa i dependi d . , . i the Old methods and , , >v on ; aalee. The thai eacb eg| ma I I - wrapi ? I .. ? .. material ai - phi.i ? ad In . a: . - ? ? ;" ?ep* .? ? itai ? Poitmattcs Canvass for Buimlii. l'..i h..ii..- ' ?' ? ?... i alth palltles, have their ti partmei , r ? iat whal ? ? ping flrmi pn ..' orated, ?.... advantagi ol thi new mi ng offered ... nment. Poetmaater Morgan ? ?? ' ol lr< tion. he oaii to make publl. tha Bgurei ? k- from hli f;fr..rts along thli Waa ttoal of t . nti and Mg pareel egerd tl ?? matt. i viry cen? ., .,?, v. |] i .. tald Thi ? wanl !? wait and s>-.- hoa It wo - ?' befon on tt.it ii..?n.-- ..-t-. ? - ? ? ? .I Bomi ol 'tt--tti. in- luding the irgi ? ? own, have rignlfled thi t to ' ? itent, ol ot oa tealatant P ?-"? aitei vVoodi ol Bi ?i.i a reporti r for tln Prlhum r< ? tirdaj tbal out < im and Brnu tt.. departmt nl thhi montl betWW tt md I Plt <"h' r-phed tha :>... aouM baveeccaalon tountne p?t-t Here, again, it hi?s lip"'1 ImpeeMbli b rockon th<- extet.t of patrenagf Them 'nclurle some se. tiotn Of v_'i<" ns coverc. by the Brookl] n ettt ? Would Expenment F.rit. "Brooklyn." nM Poetmaater Woedi Ul,. Nea Iforii mgardi Um p.an i on aervatlvely, although naaaj of u.e largea . . ,? Btori Klaga Countj hat. ,i their Intentkm to mak.- uei ef 11 them, however. want to > xpeil meni wlth the imrlei before thej comml tbemeelvei le lii nea te ? greal eateat.' tn n.w v..ik aad Brooklyn tho ?> iraordlnar) Chrletmaa ruab la Um de partmenti has been ? erlterlon by nhlel thi peetmaaten hopi te mak.- ? oompan Uve .stimate na to the amount "f Ims! | neM tbi new pont will create aft> r Jan ueri I i'ostiim>ter Mergaa cai.i bi wouli havi to Inetall aboul twent] nen auti deiivei j * agona He haa bien > iperl mentlng wltb ?unn' nea typei ?.f "thre. abeel autoi" In Thi Broni and ls **ei li ed toward their adoptlen Aa fo the ? lerieal itaff, i o ;|" reaai i? aeeeeaar] nt pies.-nt, he eald Poetmaetei Morgan bai made regulM tlon f?i I'H) of the new A'-pound s.alc. an.i Brooklyn aill u?.> aboul twenty-flei i'h- new poet win be reerived. ??? ihnei ever] >me knewa f,nl> at the general am earrtere' offlces. No packagei wiii be re celved al the varieua "aub-akMloaa." The expreaa ompanie.^ hiise their opln lon that thi uw wiii work eul to tb puhlic a dlsad\antage >>'" tbeM polnti Plrot, tbe extia ehargi madi b] the k.". arnment of 10 cents for Insurance o \ alues up tO CO: sc <>nd, IncriMld MM becauae the govenunonl ran work its eni ployal OUljl Mghl hours a >tJ.> . thlrd, <|v aervtc4 preteetlon, whioh, tha expies headl hold, prevent* tbe fr.-e ilisoharge . employii who da not aserl themeelvei i the llmlt; fourth. necesslty of In.ieasln thi payrolli to g-t ineugb men te handl thi Increaeed business; flfth. dlfBeult) > prepartng rarkegtl tor ea.-v and promr Inaaertluu, sixth, conipelllng patrons t wait ln line t., get paohagei welghed. aa the new form of Htamps; seventh, alleg. uualildlnem ef thi law beeanoi >>f ti. cfeatloa >>f ti.e varieui poetal lonee, *n dlfferent iat.s f>u i ach OLD VIOLIN AND GUITAR STOLEr M.d Uedllcb Ariii ir, >.f No I7M Thli avenue, reporie.l to the polh e of the l-.ai i.?4:h str-et statlon last nlgl.t ihat h flal had beer< robbed ai-.l a vl.din and K.iU'ir that had J>ef n la bM famlly f< m?re than IM VOan had been st-.l. n. Ai thnr lim aaid hl had lost three *->Ht? I . Inl.es. bul he did ttot f*are M niu. ibOl ti, n. If tbe polloe WOUld . nl> nnd h ii. . .1 a. insu niiiuiis. " NON-SANTA" PASTOR REJBUKED Vlllage Firemen Invite Children to Meet Mr. Claus at ~" Real Christmas Party After Missing Him at Dr. Freer's Frost. Hackenaack, S. J. Dac hX-Tha Bar. ii a. Fraer, paator of the rfortb Haek* rnsark rirf,,rni.fl <hur?-h. ls one of th<4 rea clargymen who insist that Panta Claua ls ? myth and should play no part in ChrtetWMU Sun.l.iy BChOOl exenls.-s. Conaaquentlr, mucb to tha fllaflnpolntment ,,f th.- chlldren, thorr waa r*a Banta Ctaua at their exerdsea last evenln* Bul the riremen "i North Hackenaack ara a broadmlndad and aympathetlc i--t When they i.-ari.p.I of l-'rr-.-t s vteWS as I e gaidfl Old Santa they regrettfld thal th* chlldren Wara the siifr.-n-rs nnd not the paator, and Rlararaldfl Hofle Company i got buay. its members "chlpped In" and 17.'- was ralaed, ?=.? that on Saturday TUHi 10 GEDHRG Says Real Estate Man Who Was Arrested When with Sweet heart ls Her Husband. FRAME-UP. HE CHARGES Asserts Girl's Father, Who Op poses Marriage, Is Trying to Discredit Him Through Arrest. . in tha top door of a crowdfld teni ., .. a* No. IH Baai Ulth Mreet, llvefl atra Racbel Qrecnbrrg, who, through hei I ti r Mai tl a. twentj ?two Id .i-t r.ljrht thnt -he was thi ?? ' arlfe of Jaeob Qrecnborg. allaa laaac i-.-i trnan, who waa arreoted VVedneeday nlght it: the Rocfca/lew apartaaenl ? ,.- Drlarfl aad IAM Btreei In the . - ice of hta aa aetheai t MIbb Ri .- ter of Jooeph v-r-i. n, :. ?reelt anl Portman and Mlai Sordi t. a ti- aome friends. t. >-t motored ;-> Sea forh from Lake v .latnea ... f/right, of ihe i-'ostet. Wrlght Raalty Company, No ffll i-ifth avenue, omplalnant, appeared agalnal Port* , . f- ??? Magiatrata Btltta In Jefferson ,\i ,i kel Court yeati da* i bargtag tba i aaand ?< wortl '? i for IB. blm ' The magiatrata h< -t Pi ?? >. a Iafl | :'-r axaminatloi aaxi Ifondaj Meanwhlli Mra Q.nbarg of Harlem Aaplnall fluprema Court, iu.."K;-. i . asknn; t.. hav. . .ui it.ieri.., utoi y deci ? t <.f fll* ? whli h sh.- obtained agalnal J i' o s ?- aat forth movlng ?< .it Bha did aot knoa al tha tln.- ? ? procafldlwg agalnat hei huaband for an abflolute dlvoi >? Har Lawyera however, ha-i nevei Rl I -. "? ? .lecre^ M:? Qreonberg allegea Portman married Bertha Pomnan soon after. Last . nd \\\te obtained i ? .. et dlvoi ?? agalnal c, ?? Juatlce Kappi r, Bupren.rl Brooklyn Juatlce Aaptne ? mottona al Ura , otlMfll fees aii-i alimony and eferred the aueetlon ?f the dlva>trca ,,.. |f. to fortna r -i latli ?? Willlam D Dickey a* offleiui referee m. - Qrara bberg aald ahe wet t.. Q****aaberg 1n iiussia twenty yeara ago Ha waa twenty*two then and Bha ? ii. - daughter Martha waa two . ? old and hei Arflt huaband w*9 Thtrteen yeara ago, aha sat.i. Oraaaberg p rted her. Bha not tra.k of him tl :?? I or four yeara later, when ha wee running ja bt-'y. le store tn Hroom. str.-et Eight |>eais ago, ahfl aald, he was ln tha rea ln 1 iStli Btreet, ui aer tne ita of laaac Portman. H< . i#| Abramaon, of Se Itt Naaai . ..- ? -!..-. ; tl On ??!.? ai | -,-. :,? the lemfl man. . ihfl wa* left h!-.i... Mi- OrCen* ,- auaported beraelf bj woi k ng s ,. -.,. |..-....- learned lo apeah Engll ih Muentl) Through Martha aha told hei uteaj - ' Bufferlna from thn arrongdolngi of Oiflflnhfltg *he Bhflflrad a < baek foi |2I flrhlch she said he gave het Oll thfl CHy Bond i-impniiy. tndorflod hy A. W, Hilla, on Noveinher 2*> laal Thls. *h? ?ald, wss returned to her tnatkerl N .',. ' Whlle ah* wa* endeavorliifr t-> make lireenherf BUgpOrt her she aald he caUfled h*-r aawlltlngly to *.i*n away her rlflhts to property. Qreanberg, or Pflrtaafln, haa done wii lfl renl estate and drmsea ln good st\le "Thlfl ls flll a frame-iip on the patt .>( Mr KoraSen,' bfl sni.l \estetday rojrardlnr. Mfl trotil-U-.-. "Me doesn't like m*- an-l illt-ippioves of rr.v attant*B9M to ht' daughter. I ln*-'e Miss Norden. and lf MU m underatandlng thnt w# ??!? la bn mairled ' MUST RAISE $325,000,000 Coming Tariff Legislation h Based on at Least This Sum. W iishltifjton. Dee tt, Between 1336. (XI. nr*-) afld |He.MMM Will hflVO to bl ralaed by the tariff lagtatatlon of th. next CongTflflfl. This \a the basls -.n WhlCl th.- Waya an.i Meani committee is Rgur liiK Ihe Hiiiount that arOUld have to b< provld.d for on the flllflll?tl? of tln preaent Paynfl-Aldrloh tarirr law. gavara membera of the eonuntttaa wara at th. I'apitol to-day prepailng for tlie comlni liearliins on the tariff s-hrdules. Representative I'tiderwood. ehalrman o the rommlttee, who Is to confflT Wltl Presld-int-e|e.:t Wllaon 049X1 Tuesday, Wll nt the Tapltol. stlll sufferltiK somewh^ ffaflfl >n atta-k of nrlp lle had a lot <> .-orrespotiden.-.. t.. attend to relatlve t. plans f?r the hearitiKS. whieh will hejtit with the rhemt.al BChedUla on .lami Hl '. U. S. FIGHTS SMALLP0X Pestilence in West Virginia ant Maryland Under Control. Wa-hlnnton. l'e<-. 2ti Klgorous ateps lv I tha PUbHa Health Serviee have brough I under rnntr'.l u thr.-atened s.-rloua out br.-ak of smallpox alom; the West Vlr gima*lfaryland border. Dr B. B. w'arr.-t who return. d to v7aahtngt0H to-da\. r. pOTtad .-leven 1-as.en ln the vhinlty ?.f Mar Unaburg, W. Va. tha raseg ara> andfl K.ntr.il. in rumbeiiand. Md., eie\en oaaaa wgr reported and one <ase if reported trei Loneconlnr, M-l instrurtioiiH linve b^e laaued t" keep th- Junlata lumber eami in Man land. iinder auarantlna. Elghl caaea were found in Piedmonl Th<- Mayor and the presldent <>f th Board of Health have agreed to bulld I,., pltal, employ a dtaetor to take charfl of th.- wora nnd fifnilgate all lnf<*vt< bouaea. night the |S ehlldren m North twcsen* sa. k will have a geniilnc ChrietaMI en? tertainment Ther* wlll probably bo two Hauta. Claueee. To-day three or tour N-rth Haekensa.k women recened money tO buy toyi and candj for all. la additlon there win be piofeeatonal talent. ln.ln.I Ing I ventrlloqulst and a maglclan. "Thla is no time for a controversy con cerning who Santa ilatis Is or was. and if the children of OUT communlty ean t s... Santa WhCTI he should be expeeted to appiar, then we wlll take measures to produce him and the true christmas rlse ahere." said a progressive North Hacken *ack man to-day. TO PRESS MEXICO TO ACT U. S. Will Insist on Protection of Americans by Madero. ! I'rom The Tril line BUTN i | Iv.ishington. Dec tt.?Although officials of the Department of State mainia.ii >llence over the note that will be sent to President Madero demandlng better pro te< tlon of Amerlcaa lives and pruperty ln Mexico, it Is understood on high author it\ that this government wBI take th" neceaaary stei? i>. oompel the Madero admlnlatratlon te lafeguard American la* tereeti Tiie American Ambassador. Henry l.ane WiIhoi. carriei back to his poet ln Mexico Clty emphatic rneeaagea, and these win he supplemented with a rejolnder to the UmattlfBctory replv reeotved some ttflM tti^o f.r the State' Peparttlient'S note re quritlng dennite assurancs Vhat Frest . .iv Madero wouM dlaplay more concerp ?afety of Americans and their Intereeta. Ambaaaador Calero declared to-dsy that ? had recelved oflletal advleei from M?? ,,,, Clt] denymg tlie iejM)rt that l'n.-as GradCI bad fellen Into thl hands of General Oroico the rebei chlef. He w preew d the betlef that many reports from Meateo have been colored and exagger atedi ihe ambaaaador wlll iea\e for Mexiro oi. December ".1. and does not expect to return. Hl bai ulven no Intlmatlon as i.> thl name Of hls successor. but ii is faaaerted tl.at Benor Laacurraln, the m?m .an MInl ter of Poretgn Affairs, aill not be appolnted, although he may look after teveral affairs pertalnlng to his govern ment whUi ln washington. Benoi Calero ls anxious to resurne tiie ractlei Of law. nnd ass.gns that destre as the r. .-.-..ii for h > retirem.nt. There have been rumera of frietlon between adOl Calero and President Ma* . latratkM . although ba de* . tt thl most .ordlat feelitm' has ex lated Mr Wickeraham ii l"1,"'T'B1"","KTHf,i"r.' t,.si recefttl) t.H to Preefdent Taft bj ? ? , ... natc ...ii,mlttee inqulr* |D| |Bto coedlHoai ileng thi Meafcen border igalaal alleged Improper methodi ,. ..,?.,. ,,- Um ipa lal agents of the De* partment ol Juatlce ln eaioreing the neu* trallty lawa li cbnnectlou wltb the prea* , nl revolution, Chalrtnan William Uden Smtth and Benator Pall, of the commtttie, kald nmcb they bad gathered be? fore tbe Prealdenl and called ittit I . underatood, to tl? ?et thal araM and ,,: : iiinltion wi ri permltted to go to thi U . federali and den ed to tbe rebilft tuatioo, oflklali polnl out, ii the re* v iii of Um mutrallt] reeolutlon peaaed bj Congram by Whlch munltion? of war ave .,;;,.?. | .,. bo onl) to the eetabtlihed gov* ernmenl of otaxit o Thi complalnti agalnai tha special agenta referted bj tbe Prealdenl to the attornej Oeneral charged, ll is i-hi. tbal Mealcan Cooaul Uerente. al Bl Paao, Tex., practlcall) directed thi operatleni of the American agenta and that there wa* too eloae relettomhlp between the federal iginti "f Mr*'-'? *** ot the i niti -i BtatM Ofllclali declare thal the protect growa ,. ii of thi merg) wttb whlek the .peolel kgenti have enforced the neutrallt) reee* utlon, nn.i tl a- ; : ii of the< rlttcal t-4': non) cami from a ipeclal agent who eaa permltted ' reelgn. II ni denJed tbal anj Improper Influence li raerted ? lii Klcan ofBctaU. American and MOl Icatl sgei.ts. it !? said. ?-n-or>erate ln de te.tlng violatlons of neutralltv b] thl reblll as a natural result of the resol i tion b] whleh irmi go to tho fcdcrais onl] Bpei iflc chargn of improper eonduct by B i Bgent of the department. lt was Blld, had been dafkll with by the Attorney Oeneral wtth the dismissal of the em ploye fnvolved long hefore the committee began its Inveetlgatloa. MEXICAN RAILWAY STRIKE Seven Thousand Shopmen Go Out?Tie-Up May Foilow. Mexico Clty, Dn M Bettlng aside the agreement between the Rrtevance com? mittee and thi manageaamt, a ganaral strike of the ihepmin was begun to-day ..ii all the llnea cf the Mextcau Rallwa) system. The number of ItltkeiW ls ap? pi oalmatety mven thousand. The order for tho strike waa signed hy an oflletal Of the I'nlted Workmen of thi Hatkmal Rallarajn Orgaaliarlnn. ahlch Inelodei aii grades ef meehanlei Reporti from drritdon polnti ta ntght ln* .ii. at.> g'.od order and Un regular move* m.Mit of trains. The men have asked foi ? rerietOO of certaln servlce rules. an elght hour tnstead of ;i ten hour da>, the establlshment of a penslon system and hospital reforms. Some of the demand! of the men were IgTIIfl to when they were flrst formII* lated and the agreement waa ulgne.i. This was n..t ?atIsfactory le the grfev ance committee. and twenty-four hours . I were allowed the railroad management ln ' j whl.h te grant the full demands. Ia a statement the management avei's that the grantlng of the lnereased pay and the shorter hours would mean an iu .-reaso in lapiniQI of between 50 and 7c per cent. 1'nless ipeedtly lettled thl strlke, in al probablllty. aill reault ln preetkelly a complete tle-up of traffic. ENTIRE OARRISON KILLED Mexican Rebels Slay One Hundreti Soldiers and Sack Two Towns. Mexico Clty, Dee. M*?lUfugeei reaek tng Purango to-.lay teport that a govem ment garriaon of. hundred men ?ta tioncd betwein Panuoo nn.i Avtno, iMrt] mlles northeast of Hurai g?. has been ar. nihllated by a strong force of rebels com manded 1>V PUdia Ortix. The rebels ar< taii io have mteied thf two towns, sack |hK and burnlng several houses. A traln was stopped tm Tuesday neai San Juan del Rlo, in the State <>f Du 'J raago, b] rebels who rohjied th. passen gers, mr.uin whoiu were a fea Americans WAI PIGH1 IN HOUSE Seven Seek Chairmanship of Committee on Labor. NOT ONE HAS SENIORITY Defeat of Representative Wil. son, of Pennsylvania, Creates Unusual Situation. ! from The Tribune Ptt ffTaahlngtoa, Dec fl. - Beven unbtttMi Democrata. each unaMe to ciaim aanleiKi of eetvlta, er* n..w mergetlcally puUhm th ? wires to land the rhairmanv |p of thl House I'ommittee on l.ahor ln t!ic . ,| Congress. W'h'-n tho steering comno.ttee. of tho ne*t House, th? ffajTI Md M?an* ComaUttee, ta. kb'.s fhe Jol. of nnmlng a sn. . i-ssor to ittrprescntative YVillttni R MTIIeon, of Pennaylvanta, tt eitl mn a.'to^s the stiff^st chalrtnanihip nght in the House ? 'halrmati Wilson of the l,a' ?<-; Cornntlt-. ter- was defeated ln the r,? ( t electiOM and. as a lame duck, i*. notv tv-ing urg*d aa ? pooMbli Secretary of Labor ht thi event thal the BulMr MII to ? reati a new Cabinet offlcer passos the Benate. Tlie retlrement of Mt. WHlQOH fr>.n. tn. Com mlttee <m T.abor leave? thl BeM opea for a race among s>vet, Democrats. all of whom entered (*onares.s st the b'ginpln* of the ?2d Cbagreea Thi conteataata each with his own following and lndividual reasons why the dWlraMMblp iboUM ? ome to him. are ROpreaantatlvei Heaatag, of MtMOUri; Maher, of MeW York, Rou*.-. of Kentucky : J,ewis. of Marytend: How? ard. of Oeotgla; Hucharinn, of Illlnoli, and Gray, of Indiana. All were asstgned to the Oemtatttll nn 1/abor when the Democrats aasurre. con? trol of the House. at the beginning of ths O.'d COBgreea. At thai ttn.e there ws no prosp*-. ts of the early defeat of Chatr man Wilson, and none of the re^nilts paid partlcular attentlon to the aaml situation which r.-??iiit-^.i wher leVOO n?w members were asslgned to OM <'<nr.rr.itte?. The chairmanship of thl Commlttll on Labor caiftM with it thl t.onm ? f Rettlnj orie's name on labor l.ills and the r .sitlon als*? carrle.s certam poeguMtia, ?':? h M the namlng of a meisenger or ??, the ap polntment of an addltional clerk ai.d th o.cupancy of commodlous offlcea irj th* Capltol Building proper, Con_e<iucntl\ the fight for the <-helr mat.shlp was begun as nen as the defeat of Ropreaentative Wllaon ^as annoui s>* and lt is grOWtng -speclallv bltter a* tl? time approachei for taformal oonferoam amoag Demo. rat;. ruembera of tbi MM ing coaunlttea Meraberi of the c?:-im!t tee as well aa of the Home generally are besieged by the <and!iat.;s ai.d their frienda. Altheugfa the llght la r free-for aX Repreeentatlvei Buchai ? H *_ B .1 HenMey are ei.gag.d , ll th most j-pirltc.i rtvatry. Mr. Hensley is a < . and probably Wlll count on th^ I l| , ??' ??' the Ppeaker. Mr. H kld WO! .. ?? iWld Underwood man ta the !>:? . ampalgn an.i aeefctid ta ean gia. ln tiie primariea for tl e -ll ..iso been indoraed by labor thrOUghOUt bll state and thl " menti bave been forwaided to t and Means <"um: ;ttee. Mr. Ru i.ai.an is ? former official of the Rii'ijrc and Bi (ral [ron rTorkere' VnUm, snd Ml ft . lalra t':.is entlties him t<> recogatt ti.e otiier hand, opponenta of Mr anen prebaMy wlll peli I te I that thli irganlaatton li men disrepute owing to the alleged lynan lln| eonai raey, regardle*-. of thl fi Mr. Buchanan had ne eonnectlon with It Beeetori who are ta'.king Of a thi Mnlerity rule tn the nppir body eil aatcb nitb Intereet the Houae a rap, aiu if the labor committee eonte?t !s Indka tive of what may he rspetei wher. seniorlty ls not conitdMBd thl pmd.Bg raw may cbeok the Senate rlari*. SAWS WAY TO FREEDOM Mexican Bandit "'The Fox ' Es* capes from Prison Mealco Ctty, Dt -? ,; ?"?? ~'s<*? V.lla. known as "Thl 1'? "Bl urf.;.', on th* chargi of loottng WbUl servlng as a colonel with Oeneral Heertt in his campaign agalaat thi rei '-d*" Oroaco, haa mad- his eacape ' J mllitary prison here I'llla, who ew au iltlug trlal. -.awed through th* r?r? ot hia cell wln.h.w v.-4.. For veara Vllla ^as a notonooi ri-_a.. He jnined the Madero revolution but e* cltned to Join the Oioico revolution M? defeated the OroeCQ forc-a II I'arral. Bt" ln turn wss defeated. He was c arg* ? wltb robblng a bank at Va-ral pi r te its esa.uatlon _ CHINESE DROP OLD DATES Will Oelebrate New Year's om January 1 in Chicago. CbkagOi December ML?CMoafl ' *"? aill eelebrati the dawn or the new >-?* for the flrst time on laBUarj ?. Tl ? a I and famlUar sights ttb i mai I * tindtfl the Miebeatloa of the < new year. in February. ar* te he | M and the celebration Wltl 1 I the new Chlnatown, where the I m* intend to adopt the cuatom of Ajnt I ? win. the fall of thrt Maaeha dynany the ages old calendar of tho Mlng dynaMfi lt is said, will bl followed no ft, and her.-after .laniary 1 will boeOtM ' ? date ter the beginning of the ne* flir with a!l .'hlne.se. ln many Chhr-se hontes *Ah.ch onc? either Ignored 'hrlstmas altogether M celebtated lt on'; slmply, the Cbriat-MI tree was seeu vcster.lay and there was n general distfibutton of presenti amoi.g the Chlnese. STIRRED UP THE LEOPARD Keeper Who Wanted Action Got More than Enough.. nu TMmraeb n, n ? rrllaai ! Atlanta, Dec. M -Whaa a kcoper ?t thl (Irant Tark Zoo went into UM Olgl M * sle..jv leapard to-day |o stir up the ..n> mal Wltb a tkst k. so tbat a movir.g l-i'-'t ure operater OOUM ??et more action for his money, he recelved more than he 0O> ^William 01dknoN\ was the moving B*t ure man. and hl foand thl Meaard 'J alow. The keeper xoiuiit.jorert o po? more action into thi eahlblUon. and when he entered the .age he st arfd Ullng hla whip. The leopard bounded fO? the door and beat tbe keeper to It. Then there was a Wlld panlc among the hundreds ln the park. men. ?*??";" *? children maklng a rush ... safe 1 il ^ Thl leopard started I tlght *ith llo? th otiKh the bars of the latter s cagi. oaa wl n"* hiill BlSaantly enliged flve fceep crs with the ald of whlpe aud a HB sheet, effeeted its capture. t TO OPEN NEW $15,000 TOWN HALu The ne? $i.'..oi'0 t..\\n hall at Plaiideme tho real estate development on IflllhlMIt i.iv between Manbaaeil and Port Woab luctnn aill he opened this evenlna WlW .er-monles. Including historlc sketches el the localltj. The part of Uai -Maaji where the Mttlement hes ts r. pl ltl ^ttn aaaoelallon? The old mlll at thi hejd ;,f tho Warner M Lce.is estate. was hjnt tn l'i03.