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f L HIS FAI!. TO Maliers Declare They Have No Faith in Arbitration by Capitalists. 25.000 MORE JOIN RANKS ngjcial ol Peace Forum Believe; professional Men Can Unite Waning Factions?State Board Active ratioi ommlttee of . ? g -? nt workers ai hat the ?? at tratorg . I to 1 . , a btd; ? ? ? ? ? 'l .- , '? ?? ?? ? ' ? 1 h of hla ? mi Hiai . l non? ? - bmitted, ea h ride . ?-? ?:. eight to s< ting not -inr ...., committee wh i n - could trust ? ?t things th? i '!? m F bar of mot a Mr. ? ?* ,..- iiistt?; . h iii.th s ^.?i .,. w hen the ? 'h.un N>r ? ?a have - No Faith m Arbitrators. I - ? yoa held ? - ' I I- ? learn--j that they had little t them in ?: ? " then ght won1 i eal Im it? 1 it lead fully i!.*?.tMju n ., per' : ? ' - ? - ' : ? allie. It w or i nth .... mai: idict ... Matt ment th? T af their and that onl> i r.ad bd ?? a sign thai the non *uch a- era re in b?t tei harking condition thai astea ihops Th? i i! ma: I ? arm only that sal led such of i turo le i Little Trouble in War Zone State 1 -** ?ht I Arbitration wer? but arlthoul d< I found the attlt ,he rr-: ' rera wag that, since the "rikf'1' le r.o demanda upon ng f oi e unke leaden, on the other mad arid they ? .. | f root.-.? no de? ?' ? ' had them ? and had ? .. power teenfon e them. ecefu imber of thi ?"ad affrayi when the wori ? "\ ' ' ? r ? : ? agtei twooi : dowi "*,?4 ? their ? ?sAlngat work : t th? were no ar ?*ata and the ? 1'ibut keep thei moving. rt 1 persuade 8.V) ei ? i res 'n an of S Ot ft t them In n than ?Ml _ : makers o i?-.? to entai ? ? inn? plant, al Broadwa i and avenue Brooklyn morning Pat roll in Bheppard. of the C ' ? i pushed i strlkei a Aa tha do thi | ? ould not gain ? ntran ? In a f< s mln ? ? C n? : ? - : . si -I - ?v ? '--. annoum t?d at noon t .. ? ? i nu! Monda Socialista Lend Hand, v on ? .1- taken ye* tarda . to the garment b> Branch '_'. of the H , appointed -? I ? ? to aid the ? i ? . ...|.. -. ? mllar ? om mitteea ? ':. ? \- Uve cou i have b I . i d 1 ltd 1 '??;?-? ? ? . ? all a ? ? ? general ei board of ' he ? I ''n'" ahite goods work rhi ? ? ? . Id be ? know ii al a : : . Hlppodr -nn- on Bund i ternoon. It waa ? ? ? g MAN AND BOY DROWNED Former Soldier, Hot <;. Bwim mer. Gives Life in Vain. ?fou nev? ? ? -? Moi ris Berget i ate o ' the l"nit?*d Btat? i rniy. est? ? rnoon, as h? went I i ? ' a boys who Indian Lai ' ? -f i *roton i Park death. O ? ? ^ r.- -I 'i'1 I by Frai old. of No 1237 Waahi I i who waa twenl elg l old H\i-i at No It-? who was waa Hi : No '-'Is? Bergei ' of No. 1478 Boa ? H e of th? when the was heard The M r pave foi time nd knew n.Tti ,i- he ? ? ! . into th? ten feel - ? FALSE. SAYS UNTERMYER Mrs. Guggenheim's Divorce Ac cusations Untrue. He Testifies. D Hearing of test I Gi m \\ ?lh mi . . . - ? ? ?: \er, --f New '?? . , -, ,i '.. .. - ? d?ni tl of th? ges of Mn lug. ? i? ? : led to the Krant - l Mrs . . ? ti thi --ft.i ?? ol '? " ? - w ? i ttorne? in New Toi said Mi Guggenheln : ?' a to t.tlk w*':. tutu In Man n. U01 'M ?.- - - ig genheim dems nd? l Mr. i titi-t noj --t. "i i demai waa i ? ted to her gel ? - rated that i' a mom y be held n l ? The srltnt ? ? p\ -i ha i ? Mi ? Guggenheim to go turn her divorce ii- aald be had s? coafei ? Werner, M regai and that fins II ? ? PM i month II? -..nl It was his sug ' ?? ? t Mr w '?'. i aid for hia ? ? Um . . reaheiai 1.aald that be not reveal l ml r-f the (???? j ;l-' Heard granted pennl'slon foi the a ta take the aid i?ani?-t Guggenheim ?i:nt .Mr Werner food ,^-v Ali Bye /T ??F\ Rail >3>5na& v ^** ^ ^?*? W We take this opportunity ot conveying to S '4 J our hosts of friends and patrons V \ Best l?isbes for j / i! J\ Bappy new year [| Ii and to return thanks for a patronage surpassing | \ \ in volume the record of any other twelvemonth in \B S a business history of over four decades. Ja \ BLOOMINGDALES' A \? Lexington to Third Avenue. S9tn to ??th Street I ' NEW YEARS IK HALT HOI STRIKE ? i.niinnni fni.ii n,?i gagg were taken t.. th? Weal ITth ..n aighi turn tiuiiatioii of almoal tin .- n ontl end planning on th? of the union and the result of ? ' ' Inga In the union s h- adquart? ra at No T_' Weal 30t stm t, and In i .m Hall, (:? Sixth avenue an I 11 -1 ? ? ?? '? Moi 't.. aft? ? ? arl) \. ?t. rday ? g, thou ka kit-hen ! ? :,.? :s otMli the ? the ,|t!i,.! ? ., Minority Vote Wins i Ion clnln I'J <?*> mem? A' the i - .:..?, geni rai sti Ikt - v "??? . Ith? ?? voted agnh I i ???? .it all i'1 l- i - frai i ? . id it li f"r" ; the Holland i!.,. ;.? the Breath ? -i. '. the Hoffn ,m House Cl I - :' ? i I-, rgi -. .? .-..i Archam? hault'a .i,;Mt v v.- they didn't When . mmttteei ted the Folies Bei g?re, A tit's and ttic ii ,.r those r- at au ranti ? I to the i ?:? manda 'i I -? retarj of ti?<- union, t th? V .: the Pl?xa I . the ; Kit/-? .h Iton had .n ii.ni i ? .to i . ? up to th. th< union, sgrt ? .i ui on jus- al r the at big strik? Therefor I ? ? t? ? ? ? Q< sa: l I ,. in t ' ? ? manni m? tit of Ms , the St. r> u ith. union !? ? ? ? The den unlot that ?? ? pel led ? ' ? i .i :??? in-- from tic h ? mp - i or ? body desig em? ? ? ? it he nst. eith? I hin: .. | ? .; ,,f metnh? r- that with g f.i. ? ?, ? reaeoi Tl ? ? - . N - . ' - ? r : i ? ? t ? ?. . tie no - What Waiters Demand. 1 ? : - ? ; mor? . ? ? ? ? -?? I l I. ? I. - orh but I ... g? .? . ? ? to be paid 1 ? ? ? ? and i ? : v ? ? "?-' ?"?" H ? the hot Hotel Men's A Ing .-?:?? almo it t t the end of which ? ? ild? ell, aect I ?? oft ? : ? ? \v. ? me of th? tafl walked ?.ui i- rnlng. W? further u I they present? ? at,, Th< simply ther employes fi i , k i ?. _: ? ? ? ; i ? - and continuing ? know ... no de? Tht Hot until the ernph ? - ually fact d a strikt \\ t h e meet I ? ' ? ? rg< i B It I Waldorf-? H a gweent v'lctot ? l. M Haan, of the 81 I : i i ' ? | ' i, A v ? - Walt? t ' 'handler Mart! Ique T| - - HUH -I. Sen Vai derbllt ami .? i-i perlai _\ bout ?????' ? - n the Hotel 1m ? ? Holland lb n-' ...i ,,,it b? i ?re nooi Tl ? no o-- '??'| ;.mplnli ? sinip'. ?ut. AI the Iropt rial, th.. | i and kit? ? ?gather? about i t . k.t ? ?tempted !?> I ttlml? Jate '? ' ' b IV? The pouce ff n tl ? u ? -' -: ' -' "ta? tion droi e th? JAMES CREELMAN RETIRES Quits Civil Service Commission, but Leaves Poem for Successor. I . I ?-'?-. . ?! .1 - | I ' - - | i ? ? 3 e Cot i? : i . ? |h* I i,.p Wot ton oi M H Host i ear*) la he ., . ? Who sei veth not ai - * III \ ^.- .(i mor Ii And simple tru ? ? ' n l' ? at. Is freed :: ? aervlli ? m hope to rim - ? fall ; I. I of 1.1 m*-? if. i hoi And having ? ? i VMi.s CKKKLMA? . meeting of th? ''ommissl m, s .'.. Mr ? *Kehnna ni. wj w hi.-h he than!-. : - atea fi thelt asaiatnnot at"' he Im ? .i the] uo im a., a.i m ti n p..w.-' to koeg the Commiaelofi fret 'rom political Influen?a In :l.. future as th' j I ad and di m in the i m un h.ai. ii . i', -i i?..i .-i M'elllrg a : s? tu. i..n v ?? s-.i.i 'h.- min..te . ? '. ? | il .1 ... ., ,., ii,. arork ?-' II?? fVmini ???? i . I reached a tilgnei levtri thaa e?a Iciu.t ? TWO DROWNED ON "DARE" Three Boys Plunged Into Icy Water?One Was Rescued. : . Id, S J. Da? "i Paul La? ten vats old, SO? <-:' v. r?. i. Proapacl awnue. Punell?-n. .uni WUIla R ?--. twalva yeara r.id. ? ? -'r- amad la Naw Market pond lato fternooa David Fiuss. a broth?er nf one of Dm vit tuns, ?as renew d. ti a ? t his hrntinr was re OVeTOd, but ti bow thai of Latham had not i>- en found. a searching part] of fifteen men i'i rowboata are dragging the pond Ai the time of the acrcident thirty boys ere skating ?jii Um pond T?tere waa ?? under tha Waahlngtoa avenue bridgi i ? -t ? ? a Sara the b< j - a ara tryli g i near they could s<> ge of Um i ?? i..ith.un and Um R would i -it tak? tii" dare and fell Into thi i ater Howard Burdick, ai i enti ? ? ? - old, ? -i - ? rousing 11 ? bridgi lio p|m c.-,i into the rond an?l r- cued David Rusa, almoal loaing hU ? i ?t- Ii t.' ? attempt Men,her* nf the f-'ire Department ?!? slated in raoovarhigj the bod> "f Will iarr. Ru?s. DOCtOTa worked o\er Bur ?ii< k and David Ruaa fur some time before resuscitating them. BIG SHARK HALTS STEAMER Huge Fish Loses Life Seeking Second Feast from Liner. Paaaaaagara and entw of tha at earner Havana of tha Ward I>in... which i-ame into pti't yesturduy from Havana, brought a tale of a trattMaaloua shark that eama t<> an eii-t a ?roas the ahlp'a bow Bondaj morning. Captain Knight sain it was the largeat shark h<- ha-t i rar seen. t> it ee ii?i n-it gtva t'-f esact length. A | a.-ponKer. a r*a' estate ??m?t. with the ruling patatofl itraag at asa, aald that if placed an lan-i it would have cover ?a! a plot ^? i>> U feet. J'assen?-rers promenading the d*rk ahoUt ; ....-i saettasdj fait tha ahlp stackea s?.^-t Peering ovai the rail they aaa an Irarnensa shark laahtng the water at the ateamei i prow Into foam. The impart wh.-n Um big ti-h was struck waa fait t ghoul the raaaai, and the blow was . ." ;. al to ' it n almost to half. The engines were reversed, an-i the In,a Bnally hacked char of th? ? irk. which sank. WWh at Havaaa tha atenga? et laat a quartermaster overboard, rod the belief pre? BISHBBg the r-'- ? - ?' that he hid fatten praj to the shirk, which had followed the \e*s'l In hope? that anather vtetlm woaud coaaa Ita way ? SEALING _LAW__ATTACKED U. S. Cannot Justify CloseJ Season. Critics Declare. !?? -rr, Tha THliai Ban ? i Waahtagton, Dee H.?Th? law ?? a cloaad SeaaOU or- the killinK of -'-a!.* for Uve yean, paaaad Barring tin- last aeaston ol Congress, la aeverety crtttetsed in a report drawn up b> Georg? A '"irk secretary of the Fur Beata Comn -?f lasd-lasT ,irri Bpeetal inveetigatora r>n Ute seal ?sUn-is in t9"?. and Dr. David Starr Jordan, of BtaJaford I'l ? ? laaued bj the DejpartaMUi "f Comaaerce and Lahor. Th?- repart declaraa that the gve*year perMd viol?t.-i the spirit of (he fr?.itv entered Into by the i'r ? .-? tes, Great Britain, Ruaeta and .tapan for the pre* veution of pelagic sealing, "haes ist tha United Btatea aannot justify th. suspen* awn, even for this period, as ? aaaai t<> any toten al "f Um hard " i? i- aathnated tuat the government will lo-e at least fl.3rw.i>? whleh might h> derived from the sale of skins of us?f^ less hull seal? It is also asserted that the blue fox,.?, which depend on the an asses on the PrlbylOT Islands tor their food, will die out. and the turds, of which Usera ara ta^osamnda '>n the Islanes*, will be affected by what la characteilaed as th?- eaaary. harmful and wasteful s lapi tisiou of land ki?mjr '' K"-r tin- rea boh Dr. Jordan and Mr. Clarl i-.t.st ogjahsst tha saif?srewaaaaBl of this proviaiaa 04 the law of HU, and urge mediate r- pa CHIMESFaDOPT "MELICAN" Los Angeles Waif Now Son of Rich Celestial Couple. Loa Angeden f>"' 81.?Marten Teeter, .it: Aiinri'-iti hajT, two years old. bt> ? am?' the legal BCM ??f Lute W. Jimmie. a rich Chinese merchant, anc Mr*. Jinimh?, hta wife, to-day. Th" adoption of the Am-ncin hahv by i hlneai waa the first lega! pro?eod Ing of its kind in the history of'the State. Whan the chttd was onl> a day old it was found hv Jiminie on :!ie of ghbor, where it had be? n s ..tiihini?) S? Altmait & (?0. have made a most advantageous purchase off Winter Coats for Hisses and Small Women '"'.-.ese coats, which are made in the ?test fashion, will be p?acsd on sale to morrow (Thursday) and Friday at ex? traordinarily low prices, as follows: Coats of Chinchilla ... at $10.00 Coals of Heavy Woolens . . at 14.50 Also at decided reductions in prices, the re? maining stocks o? Winter styles in Hisses' and Children's Garments, comprising limited quantities of Coats, Dresses, Suits, VVaistr, etc. WOMEN'S AFTERNOON AND STREEr DRESSES, including styles in VELVETEEN, are being offered at the reduced prices o? 518.00, 525.00 & 535.00 Also TAILOR-MADE SUITS including styles in VELVETEEN and CORDUROY at 5.25.00 & 535,00 FUR TO-MORROW (THURSDAY), AN OFFERING OF Fine Silk-striped Cotton Crepes (36 Inches wide) ?flowing contrasting stripes on white, black and colored grounds at 28c, per yard. nUSLIN EH BROIDERIES IN SELECT IONS FOR THE SPRING AND SUM PIER SEASONS ARE NOW BEING SHOWN. S. Altaian $c (?0. have arranged for Monday & Tuesday January 6th and 7th, A Number of Highly ?Important Sales the details of which will be published on Sunday, January 5th ?ffiftlj Avrmir, 34?l) ano 'J5ti? ?rtrrfts. Um gork. S. Altmatt $c ?0. THE FOLLOWING SPEC?AL SALES WILL COMHENCE TO-nORROW(THURSDAY) JANUARY 2nd A Very Important Sale of Household and Decorative Linens comprising an extensive assortment of Linen Damask Table Cloths and Napkins; Linen Sheets and Pillow Cases; Hemmed, Mem stitched and Scalloped Towels, Turkish Bath Towels; Kitchen, Glass and Pantry Towels and Towelings. Also Luncheon Sets, Centerpieces, Tea Cloths, Reception Cloths, Scarfs, etc. Attention is particularly directed to the fol? lowing, at special prices: Table Cloths of linen damask, each . . S?.85, 2.25, 2.75 & 4.25 Dinner Napkins to match, per dczen . . $2.65, 3.40 & 5.25 Linen Sheets, hemstitched, per pair . . $3.50, 4.25, 5.25 & 5.75 Linen Pi'low Cases, hemstitched per pair . .. ?0c, $1.15, 1.35 <& 1,59 Linen Huck Towels, hemmed, per dozen . . $2.40, 2.70 & 2.90 Linen Muck ToweJs, hemstitched, per dozen . . $3.00, 4.00 & 6.50 Turkish Bath Towels, hemmed, per dozen . $2.40, 3.00, 3.90 & 4.89 Important Sales of Blankets, Comfortables and Bedspreads at remarkably low prices, as follows: White Blankets, per pair . 54.25, 6.00, 7.5C to 10.00 Silk-top, Wool-filled Comfortables, each 36.53 Satin-finish Bedspreads, hemmed, each 2.99 Satin-finish Bedspreads, scalloped, each 3.25 Crochet Bedspreads . each $1.00 & 1.65 An Exceptional Sale of Muslin Sheets and Pillow Cases at unusually low prices. Muslin Sheets, plain, each . 42c, 48c, 55c, 58c to 68c. Muslin Pillow Cases, each . lie, 32c, ?3c, 14c & 16c rO FAOUTATE SHOPPING. SPECIAL SALESPEOPLE WILL. I! REQUESTED. BE DETAILED TO ACCOMPANY PATRONS 10 Tl IE VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS. A MENTION IS DIRECTED TO THE MODERATE PRICES PREVAILING. Jiflh Aurniir. 34tlj anh 35tlj ?trrft?. ?Xm fork.