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Y?-Hir Money Ba*ck If You Want It See Editorial Page, Fir?t Column. mm ??arfc Sritmne First ti? the Truih: News - Editorials - Advertisements WEATHER TO-nw, t i ?m i>\ ??Konwni v-tvovr. ill MIIUKIIH. 1\IK IMi (?II HI K. \ ??.li-r.l.i? ? 1. MiiK-r?; lira. . Ilklli |f| I ,?t, *.< lull r.-t>..rl ..n r?,t?> I I V,?l. LXXIV....N0. 24,876. |?n,,?r1tl*l Itie, II? 1 h ? li Ibaac ix-ii? inllon.l FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1914. ? B 1)|,i,i* ? 1 V I." C V VT In I ii> i'( ???'? l".l>. N'ii.i'l? I? r?r> 1 n ami I In ?Hi am, lilt''. V I \ I a ?a T. -> I IIMIIIIIKI IIHIIIM? WITNESS PUTS POLICE ON BAFF SLAYERS' HEELS Hoboken Man Gives Im? portant Clew After 3-Day Grilling. NEW LINK IN PLAN TO FIX IDENTITY One Who Saw Gunmen Shoot Guarded?Defence Fund for Gangsters. ^,.f. *ta'it and wmyfteeeei I I Rattich, ton et a aa ' '???* atreat, Foboker. yeater la 1 to such rand jury room concerr.'.r-,' the murdei that he waa aaddenly recalled from before 0M1 I . where his tes ribed by a itiraef fur niihed to detectives from Police Head ? -s as new leads In the pe ? "Ifth' same protrress is made daring ??-four hour?; as h:is chsracter: ?? H nur woi ? iny." ?-?j .,-- ? tant Dial i >rnay IVlehar-.'?. -tire story \ of the murder of Harnet Baff will he public ft* ?? day. We will not only be ready to make puhlic \ the i ? actual ?lui-nen, hut j ri of the ihoi ' also be ir luted by the grand jury." levelopment in the ciase yesterday wa" the voir appearance bet'or Whitman of a new eya-witi ? murder. The name of this new wit? ness, was Bat divulged, but il ser:"-! by ? the r>i<-?n,.*t At? torney's staff that the man wn? able to identify both who killed lame*. I Nev. Wune?"? Shielded. "Till said the o*1 -tion. "that the Dia ?r-ary to ke<-- iieret. He will ap ptir I . rnnd jury on Monday, isdhi? teitiraony antl nroM- ol gre lapor- .deuce of 'Jack' ne Becker Assistant District Attorney . ?isted last aipht that tit prosecution pinned its greatest hope? [ Carl J ?rtbing eoneern-1 much more ?han v ? nally wiil I?icIom." ciojf, ' ?net Attorney V r "i?n in the ?~riminal Cour? noon lv hii fither, Emil ?Rettich, in whose lalooi as a barter lar C'lO??t' wore the.-, twa --',irs during rson & f??rer y?ttn?r?-.- ?.-?,. I be th? ?*??* i' ? n Monday. ?,-?. merer ; rand ' I ??r of the Live Poultry A,. teitifltd to h-?* ed James -?loor?, an? of th? the a'.a'e, ' him by thi three i '.'arT and ?lacob, the two latter unde ? ? I i.ullry Draler I. - I,,-. ? ' tera?y w?, the appearance Simon, a wealth; ;1,ry i ' ?Later ' . i Y " ?h? 'anees Zf*1''' ? ?Ed rm of reabouts - ''. Mtman ara - ?*~" ! that (man's '"*? ?? - .-...?, lavyar ; .\rifr r?P01 -? . ? ? ?. d lnni AW?V non'? ? y this ?. '" ' .. ? '..?I.-,..,., ,? ,?., 4 roJulIlf| 4 PULITZER AUTO WRECKED Owner and Wife with Jay Gould in Crash. .Tny Gould ar . Mr?, r d -!. S Douglaa, ware in an aatOB ' tag ?t Broadway i hin"". Their I and refl dered uaeli all faui eec uninjun d. The party was hound for Mr. I country place, Ht Man1 Travelling afon* ?/er ?-. our nh.-iid of hin eraahi I into it. 1 "? inrled In * were J. Cyril ? **n(*, ? The P ? *?ulTci> ? Mr ? dbile. i BLOOD MONEY BUYS GIFT Student Sells Fluid- G * Present lor Fiancee. \ ' liter ? - 1 u m b ? ARTIST LEAPS SIX STORIES TO DEATH Colin S. Craiir Takes Life by Diving Off Building Into Christmas Crowds. The carefully laid plan of Colin S. 7th st.. -oiif-h ano' oat with flawless ry bone in hia body waa broken when be was .'.h av. and 42 10 o'clock lh?t night, after imped from ? I'iimann's i I.ate .??hoppers wer? home when : Patrolman Kelly, of the ' the ?po: ? narrawly en injury. He culled an ambulance from Flow . ? that. one of thei?* euatomers h from the loom ; dent, made .' the ? ? k thu. BCti le i before making I rig. ? that ? The '?? <n in, but they were - estate t pay your by his ?. eil in \V . t'.n av., H asti Since I st ? people in rIastings**on?Hu him intim?t? aid t he ap ? ont b Since the divorce he hai.n i. GENERAL DU PONT UNDER THE KNIFE Mead of Powder Company Dm ing Well After Operation in Minnesota Hospital. au.] eneral lent of .he da l'ont Po? ? Huild . lary' I; ? ? 'crmed 1 Di William Ma I?r. Joseph r. ' ? bt ???. . eral ] ? ame 44-orse and :> ., ? ? Li. Wal? ** 44 a ? M JUMBO PSYCHIST DEAD Trainer Baid Be Communed witli Spirit of Dl pli nt 1 ? g .-..m I ? ? ? | , ?KO. FIFTY FILIPINOS CAUGHT IN PLOT FOR UPRISING Arrests Foil Phn to Star! Revolt in Islands To-day. FIRR ON POLICE WHEN ROUNDED UP Prisoners Confess and Army 1 akcs Every Pre? caution at Alanila. inaarrectoi : rrested here this evening armed They tired on the police at the Batan!? ? e civil goven menl has . any military authen? tic- have ' ? ?no. Indu elusion that .these preparation! have too well warranted. The city was surrounded by regula to-night, while tl ; Hing the waterfront, and a tor* in fr?? lion of the . prisoners carried banners of the Ktitipunan, the insular equival? I ? a ?? -mo Ricarte, who arai '?d from thi liovernor .I Forbes, bal ta have re? turned witl ? the new a?? mini-.tr- I ir."n confessed that an for 4 o'clock morning, but the quick a<* f the pe ? ? and i tary bas evi 'npted the plans. The mo?? trine taken had in the city, are mostly young r? of the G liai Filipinas, an or the Boy 8 in the l'i -, ?nd of the -nne?y of Tatra ?al and ' :on. carte, sailors and dock MOO s re ed and drilling in the provinaes. . itriete e.r.? movini i on account of enaeing attitude of the natives ? . lington, I'ec. 21 Cen? ar Bu ird ai disturbance in ilippine Islands, He -ays that at the ? I the comp: and other ? '? BIG GAME HUNTING T. R?? Bear Ten Feet High Seen at East Norwich, Residents Say. rwieh, 1 I.? Dee. 24 vvhat is ? have .. several ported to 1 part of i eh. ribe the bear i i f*- I atting ., when standing. itte: , ? n the -n. : Richard ?Dawaiag? jr, M H." ? ? i bean robbed reeent ? St. Barnard dog belonging to Will,am Molllter .' ? .''ire of ti.e sitUatiofl i s l h :. ? 1 me bull has ?'*8t Noiwicl ? ' miles ryaU r lit. BROOKLYN LAWYER IN CELL FOR THEFT J. YV. Oreenwoodi Prominent in Society, Arrested for Frnbczzlement. .]. William (ireenv.ood, a prominent lawyer and member of llroi. onab'e ciaba, wai plu.-ed un? der arrest last night on a warrant charg larceny. Greenwood, ? io the wcrrant, ? "rom thi estate of Cornelia .1. Carl), of which he was adminiatrater. at the i per? la t o meant te |29,000. 1 ' in the Adams it . omplaint o? B*?hert n. Ga -me, i . *,i . DO *.*.. t? the I Bl -"?Ute. The Bg ? rill, it I? I i at this estate Greenwood, aeeording . harj for yean beeB furnishing rraing then?. The ? itat? , ? ?r ? ? ' irll's lawyer for | ?iim?*i ? dreinistratoi f.,r i'd il .?i. -i, i| (,.,. I . ' ' ? home, liirni ? up in Hi. < lub, ' , ? ? id? laa oft? M are al IM Boas eon ?t., rn. THF. TREE OF LIGHT IN MADISON SQUARE Os-kr-now-ton, a Mohawk Indian, .Soloist in the C?l?bration. CITY GLOWS WITH FESTAL DAY JOYS "Tree of Licht." Sparkling Through Snow, and Glad Songs Symbols of New York's ?Tnankfulnesfl for Peace and Happiness This Christmas. ' hristmas r an.l ??.?r' ?n th? (?-reate?! pearofii ? world I i ?-?h tad it? Chi I A' quare wat heart <?f tl ?? d, bat very ? I ".! and Bow four *..? :..?.?. inns upon ?warn rarkei \ ?" ?* all w duiky ?gray, whaaea came ? far I '. then fell ri the frosty rame' that out ? ? .? and ben? ?! n ar? soundei' ? ? and ii and hoot.-d. ?In ?' the Mi Tower, pimrnig ota! -carried fai ? Thl next, minute the chin tower Rounded the half-hour, and ' hriHtma? |.e(.-iu. where the bllaXl of the city had b Wiule the ar still quiv? r- . the vihrntions from ihe tower tl came a clear bag from the st eantro el th? ?park. l-'rom . rch on m av. ?n aniii Van the mol faintly ? in volume a.*? the massed char ttom many choira? tent uu ? ? "Tree af Lieht** bhone Out. At the firit note of the hymn a lif I had flaahed on the very tip of t tallest tree in that pHrt of ?he pa I ?? . ??? light, and t ?*??r ori 'he "lire of I . ll ?? riiminution spree ? .? graal rhorui reach' n r fr?n; n I ?? . ag ? rongs paused and, i . . by a BlBgl -t. ?! from a side* to I'-om the ga ment and below the ?out?; and frotl th? efiee rriildingi and d? pai ' ' ' ' 'ores ??b?.'. ? ? . ma? ? "1 iwer'.1' d i" thl " 1 li? lil? ;'. ? font he park th tall bu ''''nir? winked with bricht win sjoari -wflakaa cum?' faater ani thicker, daneine. a-, th?pj cam?. Ever '. liphi aaaamed h golden a'ireole and even the tawdry, niulti i-niu.-. . ? the tablo ?i'l-ota housen Ir V,. ? 24th it ?rere veiled m ?pl?-.ndoi Into the irrayness whence cam?? th* (lying flak? ? ?? gtor aoi for not m ?oui iti all ?' bul though I of CI ? m ... and, if th' ?? it h ?huh larh | N would ' \. the begianii at ? o ire pan '? I thi'm midnight Man ??? HH con' nu. until ' I I ?? " ?Is-ltf now-tnn Sinn-. I .rtrl ?ertion of the celebra? tion th? area furm-hed b choru ? Ol ke iiow-ton, a singer of th? Mohawka, ir,i the 1 ind Drum * r-* -t the . ? Peen. O m the land . ! ' ? Sun ? to the head had a ? has lured Ingush for New 1 ked thi ?'! the ind ? ? tWO l.oi.' ' the \ I h oral - the cr. Pi ee of Light i i pnbelie of Ccnerous Hearts V.\ cr\ where. In no other year has Maw York been ? - eroui W sr-s1 much in the ? ** ? ? But ' faced this weeks ago ? : by the extent of their pp ...? to-day thai more 'ban holes their stoekii ? bringing hap ior tii? til tit I' ' i ..- il yesti rda; re wa t na fea tur. rom the ft liant cam?? me I . - -*. the pictun City Hall other parks and the 1 ? th i g day **-ith lines 1 rden? ipped with Christi i through ?ho busy *?: .-lom -l'ltUI?- *??' ' *4-hat t.? daj ? ? ?a ta last night !s o" ? were i ? the fritti and ? the ? dem,, ' ?? ' Imagination m ; n "'iitlng. i hilar? u who i rita Claus a n-iure of del i ?.-."-? that even ?lory-book i hnpnei.ini:? ., af life. Salvation Army Feeds 10.000. ft i? at this tina oi year that \?tti<; and ti.- i lissiao - ' Inigfat ! r*i??n and ?nmen of thi eluded the I Irres that si I - ment ? d loaded with heartening i',...,I i ' ? ta be ? rim' organizatio I rni-h n, O et, 44 hich i and .1er ? ? | ? ? ? in the ar aeh this afternoon .. ! bl ?'nii*ln<ir<t en pace t, ral.iron "1 FOFE TO CONTINUE WORK AGAINST W, Will Devote Energies Suppression or Limit Hon of Sacrifice of Life nedict I . ceremony takinir i . Addi .?\pre? ?- I his r? of ion . ' I th? In' ' ?'ardi?al A: appari ? The Pope then en ?? the v terrible and he wot ? ? inhun Pop? ? orrors had mu ? ipon h inure I Publicly ami p. said, i r that then ?? peace. 1! a abort < . . nd of tl ? ? o? ii?,'ntin?- furthe . ...couraged paal ? I ? ? "WHITE CHRISTMAS" ON WEATHER MENl Small Snowfall, hut Enough t? Drape City In Honor of Genial Visitor. Whe: l'or moth' : pilla. 1? ibly laid toi an?!'*?' .? wouldn't ?? ?"ii like Cht ... ... ? - - and r?.. local inoa terse pn T-aybe, to make tl rought ? ..t enough ? th.- ikat? " ? and i-"1? Kaperte are that the ?ce in th? lakea ii oi I ? hi ! i ?? I cold cian'a 10 I ? ? ' ar.- .: iSJaga ??,?. ? ? a ?-a? PADEREWSKI LOSES BROTHER IN BATTLE I a i . ? ? Im ii".i\. .?.ht- ' r b Poland. RUSSIAN LINES AT BAY HALT FURIOUS DRIVE OF GERMANS ON WARSAW Invaders Who Cross Bzura and Rawka Rivers Meet Alain Body of C/arV Forces and Are Routed. KAISER'S TROOPS BACK IN MLAWA Columns Driven Across Frontier Quickly Return ?Petrograd Claims Victories in Carpathians "No Marked Advantage." Berlin Admits. Instead of th<? Ch?atniae traca arli l??>ne * hristmaa Eve Ands the annies ol the ... ? In thi ?\rest, the allies' hammer is tapping m th. .?nch ? im l n w while in tiu the 1 -. who .:i<l German frontiers, *?emina*l*' have ? ? .lit tu bay behind rivera which offer tin i linea? ..i' dci'. I in . . h e counter atine ;< d the I nan foreH aimed at ih<-ir undoing;. ireau to ?lay franklj thai thtraj is no h . either in the Gennnn <*r the .A ran won." SUBMARINE ATTACK CN FRENCH CRUISER Paris Reports Little Dam e to Warship in the Adriatic. Pal ' muni !? rench Minilter Of Marine ?-ays: trian lubraarine fired two French arn Otranto, one of them exploding forward. The damac ' II unimporlnnt. None :-'-> <*rew was iiiiuie.!." ?London, Dee 94 - An officia! ment givra out in ran!? to-day nays ? iitrian anbaarfne torpedtaed ? ? ?er in I of Otrai ' rhe I ? \ ?? ndon), .il tel? i." ? i ?va? ' memberi of h?r eres ? i ' rait of i bat? n the ' : ered I. ! the 1 24, Foreign Of ? i.ttaok upon I ,-? || Di ', and - ing of an ? ?? hy shore h-.'trric?. Th.- trait of < Itranto -, n*. the ?outhe-t. ? ' ? * BRYAN DISAVOWS ACTION IN BELGIUM Has No Knowledge of Germany Abandoning SI00.000.000 Brussels War Levy. hington, Dee. .. ? rmanj .... , 1100,0 ' ?J' Ir. "Vhitloch had ? illy and of I ? tion. i ? TURKISH PRINCE EXECUTED AS SPY ? '.' veri , . ... ? ? tfegui ?i AhiFul Hamid. i.a> been ? ? ? . ? ? ab ? . ' PARIS TRADE BOARD TO SHOW AT U S.FAIR ? I Than.!><?r rea I ? on. und urg? exhibi DEPUTIES HVRRY BACK TO FRONT raer?? lag i1 .,, ?? 1 the Tlio (?ci mai. , in ti ' tO?m toward Warsaw, ui of Field Mar im! von Hfndonburfi e the I ins i : ami Rawka rivi ? ?i cro rivers, luit. a. sian ofllcinl report, i - night, ill.? i leifiiaiis H ? ? i th.- main Russian line and were routed. 1 "in this r. that the* German; din main front, which III the |'/ura River, Mid thi ward t<> thi** Til,?-a River, bul with. Ollt Slice.' Aloi g the rest baa front ??ml the Carpathian ? the F un frontier thi' man.? appa i an their a having: re; l ? .<-?, la Mia ? ? ? May li?* PUakiag \ttimpi. liant, ping ( Rusai ' ? ? , on a fi \ I ? hard . change s the freeze ai : Germans Repulsed, with Great Losses. Petro*7r;itTs Claim . plain from ? . n of i ? " Bg 1 ?? rat*. ., ' sr lii - ' tail? -? ? . ? ? ? . ? ? proin, ?? im dur. \u*ln.in> ll.,r,l.-.| Mil. ? ? men have . rapture?! Ifl ia re^-.on. hardest . n the '. where the Geimaai ?* r *-, neated at? the V I 'Ml? . nn<l * pell ? - hack .111(1 C..|i.; ,il their ? Mon? \ ? ?....-..? . . ?he ? lea, |-r/.iii4-l ft?,,!,,.. I'.roken. Sou' " el - the ?ue rnor?* ?