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Fair Tonight and andFriday
United States Agrees to Ex Expatriation Expatriation Expatriation ¬
patriation patriationof of Former Nica Nicaraguan Nicaraguan Nicaraguan
raguan President PresidentDETERMINED PresidantDETERMINED PresidentDETERMINED
Govommont Gov6 mont Has Reserve Army at atManagua at1bnagua atManagua
Managua Ready for forAttack forAttack forAttack
> Attack AttackThe AttackThe AttackThe
The The United UDltcd States has agreed a agreed withMoxlco with withftloxtoe lOt lOtltIoxJo
ftloxtoe thai 1C the Ut arajdoatT lI Afextiea t gunboat gunboatnow gunboatnow
now at x Gorinto tRfI tK s Zataya z deposed deposedPresident d dPr deposedProeldeat
President Pr etdeRt of JClewagws aboard carriea car carries tr trrl ¬
ries rl him to Mexico and the then deports deportshim deportshim 8 8him
him to Huropc this country countr will b bFattened bfI bfIMtJ6nGd bAtatibfled
Fattened FattenedAstounding MtJ6nGdAstoundlag tatibfledAMoundlag
Astounding as Uric statement sounds soundsin noun und8 und81ft 1a 1aIn
in view of the hostile h tUe talk this Govern Government GovernmORt Governmoist ¬
moist has b fU Indulged Indul e in toward Zriaya Zelayabeoauae Zriayabecause Zlayab808W
because of ilk elocution of the th two twoAmericans t twnAmorkeise wn wnAmerlean8
Americans Groce and Cannon it is ismade iRmade ismade
made on the authority of Paul Hud Hudson BudlIongenellll Ilt + d dBon ¬
son lIongenellll general manager of the Mexico MexicoHerald Jtl4xloHerakl AlexlcoHerald
Herald who called Ueft at the White House Housetoday Houfletod Housetoday
today tod before leaving lv1n Washington ra8Wa ten for forNow forNow forNow
Now York YorkTho YorkTAo YorkTho
Tho report to also confirmed c by menhigh men menhigh Ru n nhigh
high In the t s Diplomatic Corps CorpsDue CerlMDuo CorpDuo
Duo to Creel CreelTho CreoleThe CroolThe
The agreement is the th fruit ef th the thecoming I Icoming
coming here of Senor Enrique Creel ax astho axtbo
tho special 8p Ja1 representative npre atathe e of Mexico to tomake tomake
make all possible arrangements for tak taking taktng ¬ i
ing care of Zelaya Mexico has enter entered eatercd ¬
ed d into the agreement agreo aeat to save ve Zelayas Zolayaslife Zelayaslife Zelaslife
life on the provision prOvi lOR that he will accept aoceptthe aeceptthe acceptthe
the asylum offered him on the Mexican Neximsstgunboat Mexicangunboat Mexlgunboat
gunboat and that this Government will willalknv wt11alkm willallow
allow the plan to be carried out outIt outIt outIt
It te 1 said that the mate tate Department Departmenthas Depa
has let Mexico know that It will be befattened besatS beeatlafled
fattened satS ed with the expatriation trlatlon of Zelaya Zelayaand Ze7and Zelsyaand
and his disappearance dlp nce from r om the Amen American AnteriO8n Amencan ¬
can continants if there to estabtlsiicd estabtlsiicdin abll8 cd cdin
in Nicaragua N1cara a sUMe governmentab governmentabsolutely Inenunentab5okttel7 governmaitbaobttely ¬
solutely tree Lv from in the terataailpfl tom of ofZelaya e 9 9Zel C CZelaja
Zelaja Zel of Zeiayas ZoIaysTIlts friends t7rlendsThis friendsThis
This Indicates indkatoaUutttbs that utJJa hte Government G Itsconfident i iconfident III I ItonOcJent
confident of the fias1 I triumph of r the theprovlskHW1
1 provlskHW1 government under Estrada EstradaDiplomats EstradaD EstradaDtptontate
Diplomats D In Washington WUhln < < t n were we as aetonlahed i itontohed i1onlilhod
tontohed to hour of thisagreanteett this thtaII agreemeSit t and a andall j jall
all rurprteed to learn m that Creel C Creed 1 had hadsecured hadeoured d dseoured
secured such ch a concession tOft from Secre Secretary e etary ¬ I
tary 1 at Knox KnoxTbe KnoxThe
The prObabtllt that the th army of Gen Oenaragua Genrresa Jnrrl
rrl Estrada E trada victorious tn eastern Nic Nicaragua Nicnratu
aragua will meet with determined determl determlelatance re reK refIlBtanee
stance K on the Pacino Paci side to litdteaterf litdteaterfin Ind Indn
in n dispatches tpteh received today by the theState IbeI
I State Department from Hcf O CeNnJi CeNnJit8Jdera nsal bnanlaldtra nsalCalder
Calder at Managua ManaguaPursuing btanaRuaPursuing Ia
1 1Pusu
Pursuing Pusu ngRemnaRt ngRemnaRtBLUJIII1BLDS RemnantBIUgF1TflLUL Remnant RemnantBWJWIBLX
BWJWIBLX via Wireless WlreI to colon potonrjeo colonIeo oIon oIonDea
rjeo aCJonetaI Oenoii Chaworro MenaFornoe Mena MenaFornorJ MenTVHnos
TVHnos Di Diaz Iaz z Wtuty and Pischeo of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the revolutionary 1Jonry army ann are pursuingthe punalDthe pursuing
the remnsjit sf th t the govsmment army armyand armyand armyand
and expect to engage enp It in battle Ule near nearfhlle ft ftf1IlIc nearClub
Club according accor tn to t dispatches cUep rhhea received receivedhere receivedhere
here h l today todayThe tocIa7The todayThe
The exact status etAh of the situation at atthe atthe i it
the t he front to unobtainable owing owlll < < to the thefact th thefact Ifact i
fact the revolutionists are In control controlof inf
nf the telegraph lines II and all 11 messages mesasdeamust messagesmust m imuM i
must pass through tbroul tl the hands of Gen Genoral Genra1 ft ftrral
oral ra1 Men NatWhfle MenWhde 1 1W1a1Je
Whde the defeat of the government governmentfnreea
forces f at llama In the engagement of ofMotiday ofMetday I II
Motiday I ftday aad Tuesaay Tu y was wa decisive to todays todays ¬
days d aa dispatches indicate the number numberof > r rl 1
of l captured soldiers was H greatly t1y over overstated oerItatad overrtated ¬
stated yesterday yo terday It Is I known that thatluge a aiarg alarge
large part of Zeluyai force < src Is still in inthe inthe
the Held but its early earl capture pture or an annihilation annlhilatlon 0 0nlhl1atlon ¬ I
nihilation to predicted predle as it to outnum num numt I Iber8
bored ber8 by the revolutionlT t s slatter and the th e IJllttor
latter are In far better tigming tl < < shape shapeMore ahapeMare shape1Nre
More than 309 wtninded soldiers and andaeveral I Il
teveral l hundred hund captives have been beenbrought been1roupwt beenbrought
brought to BluefteKi Blue elCt The n condition of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the captives is I proof the government governmentsoldiers governmentsoldiers Yftnment Yftnmentold
soldiers old are m a bad way physically physfcaJlyThose pbateaUT physicallyThose
Those T who have arrived here herea are areranges arera
ranges ra a sick and haJfstarved They Theyay Theyaa Theysay
aa say ay the whole army i III in the same con condition condition condition ¬
dition ditionX ditionNo
X No 6 confirmation coa nnatJon ha has been received of ofthe o oft
111 t the he r rnortt < > norte1 capture aUIe of General non fonzaies nonI Oonales
ales I who commanded t Dded the goverment govermentarmy overmeata
army armyThe a tray rIllYThe trayThe
The total t al number nUm r killed since 8i < the war wari warlgan warlb
anon lb i lgan > eean n will m run between m and 1 lanon 1II K Knnd
II nnd n4J on the streosth U of this + ultimate ultimateanother nt Ute UtelM
another lM then Hr appeal will b bt mao mli made > > to the th
UnKod L It4ld Wales to intervene in human ¬
ity itys a sake eskeWEATHER sakeWEATHER k kWEATHER
The weather Is I more or less I cloudy oudy
this morning and there have been light
snows nO and rains over all districts ex ¬
cept Opt the middle and south Atlantic east aflt afltJlt
Gail Jlt and nd north Pacific Pa lftc BtaUs BtaUsThe StateaThe
The weather weatherwUl will be partly partl cloudy 14 > udy to tonight tonlKtrt tonight ¬
night and Friday rtda in the Kurt and I
South but without
precipitation of con cnnnquenc conu consequence
sequence u and It will be warmer Friday
in th aile lower Ohio valley IIt and nd the > east eastcjulf easteul
eul cjulf etat etatThs Ptatea PtateaIhe I
Ths 111 winds wln along the Near England Englandand FdJchuadAnd Englandand
and middle ml 4l8 Atlantic coasts will 11I be mod modrrat 1ftGdfr modrrat
rrat fr to brisk westerly on th the south southAthMlUc MUllaAttIc southAtlemtle
AttIc cosst coa t moderate rt northwest northwe to tonorth tonorth tonor
north nor s on the east Gulf O 1t coast light to tomoderate tomod tomoderato
moderate mod t north nortlf to northeast northeastFORKUJT nort nortPOa northeastFOR
Fair t lomlrht I and Ih PVlday day moderate moderatewest nteodenwart oderatew
west w to northwest BOrthw BOrthwTIUPDA winds windsTEMPEBATURJK windsTEa1P11RATURL
f a m i
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11 a L m 38 1
13 noon noonf a on I
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TooayMteh m 4 s m a iM iMp
p 11 m low tld M Uttl M M m snd n4 lllfip m mTosnorrow nlT
Tosnorrow T 8IOIT 1f High tide tld S44 a m aad
501 8 1 It m low tio > ttrtt b a m mFun ftaSUN
Fun rlsss rlsssSun rl 71 71Sun
Sun sets 441 441CO
HARPERS Pr JoPJtny RUY W Vs P ff ffPntnmar r
Pntnmar 111 h <
ISJlghtl rtnJt1y fhj IT
I Children Children of the Capital Awaiting the Coming of Old Santa Claus I
Gifts Are Being Prepared PreparedFar
Far Distribution Tomor Tomorjgt Tomorrow
jgt row Night Nightto
h to the Santa Claus storeroom f The TheTimes TheTttneB
Times Office the packing of toys fsf the theclUMren
clUMren to bssily 8tly s tog forwartff forwartffFridajr orwa
Fridajr 1 tfttnMxm ai 1 octockM elMkJ avtog avtogmsWIes t
msWIes 1 win be loiulsd J for Iw JWi SaM SaMClans Sa1t4r Sa1t4rctana
Clans Journey througnovt tile city and andthe aBelthe
the dtetribution will continue until all allthe U Ue
the e gifts ft liave been bee made madeBoth madeBoth
Both toys to s and contributions of money moneywHl menteywill
will be received at The Times Tim Otfioa by bythe
the St Nicholas ch Girl until oclock on onChristmas onCfarlat
Christmas Cfarlat eve ev Major Maj r Sylvester chief chiefof rh r rof
of police with interest characteristic of ofMs ofhis
Ms publicspiritedness publ pbited has offered aWered to tohave tobve
have several of his hi force report at The TheTimes TheOfftce
Times Office at 1 oclock on Friday and andaM
aM in the distribution distributionAnong
Anong lDtIl others at who will assist t the u St StNicholas StNieholu
Nicholas Girl and her committee con consisting ¬
sisting of Isaac Gaas 0 chairman ehah Judge JudgeWilliam Jud6WIUIaa
William H De Lacy Lac James UOell B West WestMIso WtMary
MIso Mary Hessler and Miss JtU Juanlts JuanltsKaWman JuanitaKautmaA
KaWman are Thomas K Gallagher GallagherFrancto
Francto P Sheehy William Normogle NormogleGeorse No NoGear
Georse Gear It Dant Theso Tb gentlemen will willdistribate willdlatl
distribate dlatl b hi the northwest northw et district districtThe dtatrltlThe
The committee ft women appointed by byMr hyMr
Mr G ns n to assist aK8l t In the store room roomon roomon
on Kriday include Mrs 11 WWllsmi Wt1ltanl Gtarie i iAt
Mrs At A Simmons Mrs Joseph Stras Strasburger I IburyM
burger Mrs Thomae naoIft Grant Mrs IT1I H
I West Ht Mrs Isaac Cans Mrs Alex AlexanderMultowny AIxaaderXul1owuy
anderMultowny Jtfrs fn H B F Mao Maofarland lactarlnd
farland and Mrs B Reid ReidTHREE RfldTHREE
Navy Department Approves ApprovesSuperintendents ApprovesSuperiI1teodenes
Superintendents Rec Recommendation Recommendation ¬
ommendation ommendationANNAFOLJB ommendationANNA
ANNA ANNAFOLJB POLlS Md Dec 2SA re blow blowwMch I IwbtcII
wMch has been impending at t the Naval NavalAoadsmy NIWAlAe
Aoadsmy Ae emy for some time tlm fell thh tb morn mornIng
J Ing when three midshipmen terminated terminatedUtstr I
Utstr coHDScUon with the Institution Institutionon
I Ion
on account of unsatisfactory UItti tadOl7 conduct conductRalph ccmdllctMalph
Ralph Sasdford Sl dford of Bridgeport Conn Conna
a member Jhell r of the th third class c was w allow allowed lIowto ¬
ed to resign for the good of the th serv service MrTICt ¬
ice while 8 A Arnold of Greenville GreenvilleMtos Oreenvtllelit
lit Mtos and F C Bennett of liendtrr liendtrrson Ile 4kr 4kreon
son Tex tooth members of the fourth fourthclass fourtbtau
class were dismissed outright outrightThe o trlIJJtt trlIJJttThe
The action eln was taken by the Navy NavyDepartment Navyl
Department l > tolrlJInf on the recommendation recom atlon of ofKupertntendent oCHupertnleadent
Kupertntendent Bowyer and was not notcaused notauJMIC1
caused by any an particular cwse < MI of na naKrant nagrallt
Krant wrongdoing dolntt but on account of ofseries ofa
a series lelieaot of offenses often wlihli wlllt cauxcd the themidshipmen Ihemld8hl
midshipmen mld8hl n to secure a greater are ter num number nurnher ¬
her of C f demerits mforiUl than the Ih limit for 10 the theterm Ulettfm
term ttfm MidshtpniMn M M Whiting of
Topeka a nwwibcr n mttMI of tho itrst class classlias d iU iUIUUI
lias been sllowed allow leave of absence until untilJune untilJun
June 1 on account o ount of trouble with hto htoeyes hi8ytP
eyes eyesDR ytP
Dr Maurice K Jo Kgan Elf Cnited States tat tatmlnillter i iminister
minister to Denmark will reach reachWashington rehWblnfttol reachWaahin
Wblnfttol Waahin Washington ton tonight for the Christ Christmas Chrlatho Christlpas
mas hondsys ho holiday aya after at erapending spending several severaliays severals evrattlay
per tlay iays s with friends ends in New York Dr DrRg Jr1I1fn JAper
1I1fn Rg g an n nrrlv arrived 1 In New York from fromCopenhagen rro rroCopen
Copenhagen Copen hen yesterday yesterdayDr o fM trday trdayDr
Dr Kgan for many meLt years at thehead the thehead tbehtd
head of the Kngllsh 1 department of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th Catholic UnlTeralt iTnlrerslty will be bswarmly bewarm
warmly warm y welcomed in i inWhile Washington WashingtonWhile
While on leave of o absence in inthis inthiscountry this thiscountry lhl lhlcountry
country he will 11I slop with his daugh daughter dauShtlJr dam h hter ¬
ter and nd soninlaw Mr and Mrs Pl Plmet Kl Klmer EIm1
met J Murphy at 230S Nineteenth Nineteenthstreet Nlneleethstreet Nineteenthstreet
street streetPlppr streetPlpIr streetPiper
Piper lleldsieck lItld tecoJC chewing chewn tobacco tobaccodoes tobaccodoc tobaccodose
does not g Krl f ern ° tlt the i ° nerves neI hrfHue it iti
i I mild i it aiiaflia tf lfiL1 Ijtcause perfect perfectTry vcretTY perfect1ry
Try ItAiVt H nAIt A tr t
pi DlfllflLU BLAMED iiyirn rnn run FOR pp0o bnloio bnloioWar CRISIS CRISISIar
War Iar Cloud on Manchunlfn ManchunlfnBorder Manchur ManchurBorder n nBorder
Border May Cost Js Jswolskys IswolskYs s svolskys
wolskys Position PositionST
ST PBTliRSBURG I Dec DecFor 38 ZIFOJ For let letlingr letRUMla letting
ting Russia drift so near to another Wsiwith war wari Yo Yowtth
i with Japan the imminence oc ot which is isseen II IIMen isseen
seen in the plan to rush thoesenas II of ofRnssUn ofRua ofRgeslan
RnssUn Rua tn troops to ti th s Msnchqrian Nanch an frontier fron frontier tronUer ¬
tier Foreign Mmer IswolsKy must mustshortly mUlitahortty mustshortly
shortly relinquish his cabinet post ac cccordtnR according ¬
cording to a high semiofficial authority authoritytoday aulhorltylo4a authoritytoday
todayWhike today todayWhile lo4a
While hit > Iftwolfky J has h In the past risen risensuperior rtllenrior risensuperior
superior rior to repeated rf ed rumors ru ts 1 taM taMettect same sameeffect sameeffect
effect there is J every indication now w that thathis thatIt thathis
his It days of o troublemaking treublemak are over overThe overTh overThe
The Th popular theory the > oryle Is that Japan re regards res regards ¬
gards s it absolutely necc ncesary rtfC ary to its own ownInterest owntnt owninterest
Interest tnt < < ettt to control a f trip Itrl of the eastern easternAstatic easternAsiatic tern ternAslaUc
Asiatic toast from trot te 1 e Korean frontier frontierup fonUtIup
up to and nl including < < the Kamchatkau Kamchatkaupeninsulo Kamehatkallpcanlnaulo Ksinchatkaupenineulo
peninsulo and that nothing thlne but a ford fordbis fordIe l lbb
bis Ie insistence iIlfnee can prevent t the f Mikado Mikadofrom MIkadofrom mfkado mfkadofrom
from taking what h wants wan from th thCzar thfea the theCzar
Czar H to agreed tfist Iswolsky l wol lty couH eoublprobably couHprolHiblv l OUaJprolMLbh
probably not have prevented preYftt this sltuatioa situa situation ltuR ltuRdon ¬
don but hia hi ne neogleQt n left le < fc In falling to warn warnthe WlUnthe warnthe
the Czar of the gravity or f the outlook outlookis
is looked upon H ns a serious blunder blunderReport bhmclerRfIpOrt8 blunderReports
Report that fonner Premier l t Count CountWlUe Counl1Ue Count1Sitte
WlUe 1Ue will soon twO take w ke up his residence residencenoumBJixMit ItIIIIldetlceIn
In tine tar Joallt sewn verlft veriSed lt by the sn snnouneemcnt 11 11noU
noumBJixMit noU < < 81nnt that the Russothlnese RussothlneseHank Rualo TtussoChineseBank hlnele hlneleIJlcnk
Hank and the th Waiiau du Nord are r noon noonto MUOnto soonto
to he amalgamated under u the n name ie or orthe orthe
the Central C ntral A AtIalk lati < Bank and that thatWHte thuWKte that1Vftte
WHte will 11I be made nrana managing ing ng directorprolahly director Uitwtori tUtftorprotJablY
i probably with ltta UeiuWuartcrs to Peking P kln
Mrs Louise MParker 1V1 Parker Asks AsksCourt AsksCourt s sCourt
Court to Award 20000 for forAlienation forAJienation forAlienation
Alienation of AffectionMrs Affection Affe tion tionMn
Mrs Ixmiso lAUi Marie Parker against againstwhom agalnzlwhom againstwhom
whom suit for divorce was filed Sep September Be Betenaber September ¬
tember 4 last lute today L h gnn n suit uti against aguinsther againsther ahlto ahltoher
her motherinlaw Mrs Mary Blleu BlleuParker JilleuPark lleu lleuParker
Parker Park or charging that Mrs Parker sen senior Rnlor senor ¬
ior alienated th the R rlhctlona actions of D Frank FrankParker FrankParker FrankParker
Parker from her S je asks 3 JDWO f dam damages damea daraages ¬
ages agesMrs agesMrs ea eaII
Mrs II Mary Ellen Parker Pa er is I the widow widowof
of John C Parker for many maa years 18 K Klocal kloca1 alocal
local stationer Her son D Frank Par Parker Parke Parker ¬
ker ke continued the business of his father fath father ather ¬
er but recently reeeat appeared a m the Bank Bankruptcy Bawkruptcy ¬ I Iru
ruptcy ru lcy Court CourtTh CourtTh CourtThe
Th The wife thnpugn Attorneys AUome Charle CharleF Char I
F 1 Diggs and an D David vid RosthChlld Rocn hUd tel tells the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court she married D Frank Parker in isAleaandrla inAlexandria I II
Alexandria I andrla Va August ltcust S 1 J1IO K and on onKebruary onNebrnary I
Kebruary 9 last Ja t the mans mother per perded perided I Ided
ided ded him to leave her depriving her herni hernt
ni the thehel help and sc society lety of her husband intsbande husbandSe
Se + 8 further declares dee les the mother Irenutntly Ire frefiwntly
fiwntly endeavored to persuade her son sonto sonto
to leave his wife wl before he finally Ala 1ly did didIn dMo dMIn
80 o
In the suit which YoU file m med jl by tle U hus husband husbalnd hueband ¬
band for divorce h he names a cnrsspondettt co corespondent el elrepon ¬
respondent repon eht and declares his wife has hasdisregarded hasdeprded hasdisregarded
disregarded her ro o oIJ 4 In this tb action aottoaMr actionMr actJoaMr
Mr Parker is represented by Attorney
William K Ambrose Tiw suit u t for dlrorce di divorce cIt0Iee ¬
vorce j s still at III pending pend
E Explorer plorer Treats the Cook CookControversy CookC o0 o0Controversy l
Controversyy Controversyass Controversy C y as ass aGlosed aGlosedIncident Close d dI dinGidenS
I Incident In inGidenSOoanatnder id nt ntComDlllndet J JCommander
Commander Peary p ary wants to try for fortbe torthe fo fothe r
the South PoleThat Pole PoleThe PoleT
That The T explprer x er broke a long b silence silencethis gee geethis
this morning mond when when he made 4s this state Matemee statenient 8tateR1
R1 mee nient nt t upon u + OD his return from New York Yorkcity Yorkolty Y Yoily ark
city citySince oltySince oilySince
Since Ids return from the th arctic ex expedition exdltlon expedttion ¬
pedition dltlon he has been asked aekt td d dosens oen of oftimes ortam o otimes t
times tam about his h intsniions regarding regardingSouth rs8r regardinSouth Sng S
South SnuthJOlar polar explorations The subject subjectwa subjectWitH subjecwas t
wa WitH broached last evening at the baa baarpiet baafll1 banquet
rpiet fll1 t of the New England Society Soclet in inNew InXew i iNew a
New York YOt but he refused < l to commit commithimself commithimIf commahimself t
himself there lbereComlOn4er thereComnwander
Commander Pearys Pery statement thi thit this thistuning m
t 01 tuning nlD nhtg < < leaves no doubt Lut that his hisatubition hi hiatl1bltlott hiambition s
ambition will not be aaltofied until h hhas he hehas e
has chalked up both b th jx Jula > kx 10 Its h credit creditT
T woulJ be only too glad to particl particll partlclroatf partkiDate
l Date > at < > la an antarctic expedition h hsskl he hekl heJd a
sskl kl in which the e e4IJhuRext Mi > iteKt and aa ox experience oxMrienc oxpertence ¬
perience Mrienc of the North Pole Pol cxpeditiowould expedition expeditionwould cxpedlUonwould n
would be of service serviceA
A year year ago o last May fay or r June Junecontinued he hecontinued heontlnued
continued I sent the International
Polar Society Iet at Brussels BIIUJ eIIl a statement atxtenrenthat
that after I returned V return turne < l from the arctle arctleexpedUkm arcUeexJHMIWon arct arctexpedition
expedition 1 would ould be bewtltlRt w4lling to prenote pro promote JKotnote ¬
mote and to onmntoe an expedition to
find the South ouU Pole I am still of tie tietame the thetame lheamtI e
tame amtI mind Ind So far as I know IcltO noy no ex exptdition
ptdition itlon to under way tt t tAM time timeContinued URMConthnled timetbntinned
Continued m < Fifth Page Pa e
Will You Y all Work V ark for Santa Claus Clause
We e need about ten autom biles for i few hours to aid in the distribution Jistri utiollof of thtSt the theSt th6St
St Nicholas Nlch olas Christmas Chrj tuUls presents presentsWont prescn ts
Wont 1011 1 OIl t ten charitably inclined person hcll llcl l > nsl nslIf u a8l1f f fIf
If You you will aid u UB will you OU please plc te report to or notr not notiifyf The I Ifu lie times 1im 8 St t Nicholas NicholasGirl NicholnsGirl NjcuolssGirl
The distribution presents prc cnts will w ll begin be in at 1 oclock 0 clock Friday after afteimoon loon We f c win winwu1t gilla gillwlult ill illwant
want the machines at that tiiie If i f a J Jr1Jauf1eurs you 1 Olt u cannot come 1n in person llel > 4o1t kindly kiull r send your vourfhaufTcurs our ourhnufTcurs
fhaufTcurs to aid us in getting gettin the presents resents to the th t he children TS ISAAC C G J NTHhairlnal NS NSCliairmaii NSChairmlll
Cliairmaii Santa n allta allt l laus Commilto
Recent Investigation Urbi UrbiAdtinistrifion Urges UrgesAdministration UrgesA
A Administration ifl tra1 Dn to t tCJt tox
1 i1 r Action A Actionr ChOR ChORQ V r > = Lv Lvha E Ei1
r ha ties prep reached = by th thPrae t tPr bs
Pr Prae pt and his Oabinet Qt Cabinet to totrend o od xecom xecommond
trend d to Congress CreKancI and to use all th thftsf te tett e
JHJfttionce ftsf hieuce tt paosihle pe lDle to have enacted e enactedlaw ea irisaA into intolaw
law 18 a plan for the retirement of ofGovnrnntent all allGovornment allGovnmment
Govornment employes emplo M In th tM dHSsifioi dHSsifioiservice ch4aIfi elanItservice ed II IIlj
service lj rvJee at the Age of seventy yearsThe years yearsThe yearLThe
The greatest tet factor in moving the Ad Administration AdmtnlstratKn Administration ¬
ministration to this determination has hasbeen hasbeen ha habeen s
been tie 8 re result It of the recent investigation ioMlIJatlOD investiga lnvoMtgation ¬
tion of o personnel pe nnel hi the Treasury Department De Department Department ¬
partment by the special pe al committee con consisting cooI ¬
I I stating of the three assistant secretaries secretariesof
of that de dC1 department departmentFollows > artmont artmontFollows rtm nt ntF
Follows F l1o Perkins Perki 1i Bill BUIAlthough BillAlthough BillAlthough
Although the th details oil O the plan have havenot havnot ve venot e
not been n put on paper they will f foelle1 foelle1loeely iiew iiewclosely w
closely xis d b ideas incorporated in the thePerkins thePerkin th thPerkins e
Perkins oill instead of the scheme of ofthe orI o ol f
I the Glette bill billThe billThe billThe
The measure introduced h roduced by bJ Senator SenatorPerkins SenatorPerkinu SenatoPerkhu r
Perkins provides for the appropriation appropriationof n
of enough etlO gh money to pay for that u retire retirement retirement retiremeat ¬
ment meat on annuities of th tha clerks eli enable enablefor tb tbfor b8 b8for e
for retirement at the time of the enact saacttneat enactmeet 8IMLCtmeat
meat of the proposed law I t The Gillette Gillettebill GUlette1M1I Glliettbill e
bill compels the theomplo employes ftl f the Gov Government Gotternment v vernment ¬
ernment to contribute enough to supply supplythat supplthat
that sum
Studying S ldying Pensieas PensieasHerbert PensienaHerbert I IHerbert
Herbert D Brown author of the Pee PeekIM Perkjns er erKins
kIM bill and the most eminent author au aulb ¬
ity It on this thi subject in the United States St e8 e8Is
fe Is now at work preparing reports on al altke all allthe aUthe
the retirement plans and civil pension pensionlists pel pelll peiietolists n
lists ll t of foreign countries The su sugges suggestions 8 8Uoaa ¬
tions contained in these th reports will willused be be1Md
used In the final preparation of the U bill bUtwhich bit bitwhich 1
j which will be lathered by the Admin Administration Admlaltraibn ¬ i ilatr
istration latr tlon and the i iMNloft
recommended to the next nextsession nex
session of Congress CongressAccording Cooer CooerAceordbag CongressAccording
According to the present calculations
UOM600 t wilt have to be appropriated appropriatednext HrOPttalednext ed edre
next year to take care of those imme immediately immediately ¬
diately eligible eJI IMe for retirement There Thereare The Theare re ret
are in round numbers ii 178W 8001 tU6 people ren in intbe I Ithe n
the classified service vIce and of this sun number aunher t ¬
her approximately 9W will be up fo for forretirement forretirement r
retirement when ben the Mil 1 I1I becomes 1aecoM a
law The cost GlN t of retirement of the theclerks Uoclerks tl e
clerks as a they reach the age of sovoaty sovoatywill seve sweat ty tywUl y
will Increase for or the next Ae et thirty thlrt y years yearsand lrea rs rsand a ya
and will reach as high h as a little more morethan northane it itthRe
than J2tlOfotd J2tlOfotdAfter OCXMK OCXMKAfter QOOOOIAfter
After the thirtyyear period the tb cost costto eoetto cos t
to the Government will be nothing for forby forby fo fobx r
by that time the persons in tbe sere servicr servicrwilt HrVwill ice icepay
will have contributed enough h tothou to pay paythen paytheir
then own annuities Although Altholl < < b tbe tbeklent Pres President ¬
ident N e eat at ha ham once or twice expressed npr him himjself himself
jself Hit as favoring tavorln the retirement of the theemployes tbeemploM th themploye e
employes of the Government ON a ctv ctvpension ctvn ctvnpension ctvDpenMon n
pension list he has meant the contribu contributory coatrl coatrltoe ttu ¬
toe tory to plan which hlth Is I the contribution o of ofeach f I Iea
each ea ch employe of a certain percentage peten age of o t
his or her salary every year ear ustll u nil thtre th thage
age 1 tre of retirement Is reached reachedPay reachedPar f fPay
Pay Own Pensions PensionsBy PONJie PONJieBo
I By Bo this system sy tom it 11 i calculated t tclocks tbe tbeclerks tbee
e clerks ka will be paying their own O n pen pensions penalns penskns ¬
sions within thirty years yearsWhan yrWbeI yearsWhey
Whey this Administration began t tPresident the thePresident tbePresident
President instructed Itru ted all of o the members membersOC memberof s
OC o his h Cabinet to set on foot Invvsttoja Inveetigatbas Invvsttojattons IntetlpUII
ttons to determine the efficiency e < < 1e y of the thepersonnel theper80ftnel t tpersonnel
personnel of the executive departments departmentPer tment8 tment8Por a j jFor
For a long km time ti their w wu dire Irt talk talkof talkoC tallof a
of the wholesale h < Male number of dtotulvsals dtotulvsalsof diaini aal aalof 1 1o s
of o clerks which would follow C Iow OrmebMcltarg Ortnsby OrtnsbyMcllarg OrbyMcHarg y
Mcllarg Assistant i nt Secretary of Com Commerce COInMere Costmere ¬
Mere and I tAbor was especially linen nnewtwith n linenwith t t tIth
with Ith predictions of the havoc that thatwould tbatwould thawould
would be wrought among amo the I clerks clerksOne clerksOne lErk lErkOn
One On by 1t one however hoe th t the departmeals depart departments departtnte ¬
meals tnte found It Impossible to tf Indulge Indulgehi ln indul indulto Iulae Iulaehi
hi wholesale dismissals dltmi als without Inflict Inflicting InltictnUK inflictlag ¬
lag reek Injustice on the men and androm andn a awomen
women rom n who ho had spent their live work workIng worktOI worklag
lag for the th Government The mrssubstantial mrs mwtSabsUmtiHl m Jl JlaabataJ1t1 t
substantial l results of all of theIn theInvestigations these In InvUgR Inveetigatons ¬
vestigations vUgR OM have conic from the Tress TressunPtpartmcnt Treasurv Tniaun
urv unPtpartmcnt Department D partmcnf anti th thy > y liavt 1Ia re Tfsl11tNl reaultrT
sl11tNl n th r1 II I ltion dt dc iatn iatnti I InI n
ti i tt 1nt nI fIT + if + 1 1 j ill nfJ1I ntlta11 I
< II 1 I I
3 3MAY
President Pr sident Said to Be Ready ReadyTo Read Y YTo
To Make This Af Afnouncement AfTnouncemeDt Arnouncement
nouncementREPORT nouncement nouncementREPORT nouncemeDtREPORT
ipne ± One n 1Wa51Inon is Washn ash ± n son on Busine JU b a Malt1Vhlle Malt MauWhffe 1i1al1hite
Whffe hite Otharls Other Is From From SouthCaroline South SouthThe SouthCaroHnt
Caroline CaroHntI CaroHntThe CarolineThe
The two new District Ciinimis Ciinimissioners Cl11nlsioners Ctilimissioners
sioners will be Arthur C Muses and andJ
J J Hemphill HemphillThis HemphillThis HemphillThis
This statement comes today fronlI from fromja
ja I a high authority n Aduiiiifotration Aduiiiifotrationdrdes A Adtnisistraationcircle umtion umtionf
f circles although althou tte Plr Ptesidejit P ident t has hasmade hasm hasmade
made m de no formal announcement of ofj ofthe ofthe
j the selections be has made to t st suc sucj suced > L
1 1teed j teed ed Commissioners CommissiooersWe West West and andf andMac Mac Macj Macfarland Mactarland
f j farland whose tenhs ie tt ltls ls of office n will willI willexpire
I expire eXi > re January 1 1I 1Mr 1Mr
l I Mr Moses and Mr Hemphill ful fulfill fulI
lI I fill the Presidents desire to obtain obtaini
i Ii I tor the two places men one ofwhom of ofwhom ofI
I whom is a business man and the theother theother theother
other familiar with District affair atlairand affairand atTairand
and the conduct of the local ov ovfernment v vf vernnvent
fernment fernmentMr f ernmentI
Mr Moses is a member t of + f the thefirm thefirm thefirm
firm of W B Mos A Sons and andMr andi andi1r
Mr i r Hemphilf was formes forroesly y a mem member member member ¬
ber of Congress Con e5S from South Caro Caralina Carolina larolina ¬
lina During Du ng a portion of the time timethat timethat timethat
that Mr Hemphill waffa aa > member emrer of ofthe ofthe offile
the House he wasmember t 1emPtr of the theDistrict theD rC
District D ri < t of of 4 4C61u111 GoihiaibiaL C61u111 Comragfee ComragfeeJirffiffisg Coinn Wei Wein T TfoI1f =
Jirffiffisg foI1f n himself hi fully fun withes withesMr with fs fsSo s sr
So t tMr
Mr r MOSMS ioseaSiitltlt aat aatI
I Mr Moses the business 1MMtbae man ma > 2 ap appdlatee appdtalee
pdlatee declined declfD this afternoon ternou n toeither to toeither toeither
either affirm or day th the authorita authoritative aulhoritathe ¬
the tlv report that he bait afll been 1 ee1l select selected ¬
ed bjr tie e President to iUl H OBO olleor of the
Important municipal positions He lieKati Hehad HIhad
had received 1M h said no 0 oflcial otljclalnotification oflcialnotification otlclalnotific
notification notific tton to Uiic effect effectIt lrect lrectIt
It way RN > y be said however that t at the
President Pre ident has Pjade up bJs lri s mind mindas
as to the successors 8UCCesa M to Comffiieeion Comffiieeionelrs Com > aiEleion aiEleiontirs
elrs West and Macfaela Maefarland ad sod filet
the official documents docu > eaatx i ia tfaa case casenow cueno
now no only lack the President
signa E a gaa ¬
tore tu e
Hampaill H p ill a Lawyer LawyerJohn LaoyerJobn Latt T
John Jam James Hewnhffi H III i
a lawyer 17 H Hf >
was born at Chester S C AugnM Atln t 25 ° J Jalld
1S and after getting g Ms early earl training tramln
in the public J UbUc school of South Carolina
attended atl ltded the state coUe eoUese e from which
he was graduated with honors
lIOh In 1S69 15
Ike M 8 studied law la > x with hto father was as
admitted to practice in October
i 1SW n
and began practicing JanuRTylTlSTl January 1 1S71
He JnmVrid married J llbabetn tn S So Henry in inx
Washington a hington 5 011 2 December > iii hilt From
1S7S x to 18SS l85
was a member of the thosrc >
South CroIlna State Legislature w Which leh
body bod be left to repreeent hlB dl district src trlct In n
the United States Congress He srvef
a U a Representative from 1SSB until 1 189 X
when he opened law offices in tb tbeJhI Dis ¬
trict trictMr trlctMr trictMr
Mr Hemphfll i is a member m ber of thflll th thfllloIetropolttan
Metropolitan Club He H is author o c
Why the he Solid South SouthLITTLE SouthUTTLE SouthLITTLE
Arrangements Are Made in inObedience inObedience
Obedience to Polii Politicians PoliticiansLast Politici + iGiin ns nsLast S
Last Wish WishNEW VishEW
NEW EW YORK Dec SIn 3t Ia obatffenc obatffencto obeIIienctohlJr
to tohlJr his bun dying whisper w the funeral funeralof
of Alderman Timothy P Sullivan I Lit Little Little ¬
tle Tim wU 11 be sM he tomorrow UtIIIOt and andarrangements ADdarraJJ
arrangements arraJJ < < ementa for itsa It W Lttats t el u complet ¬
ed today todayAfter tOCk tOCkAlter
After lying for or maay hewn in a state stateof lltat lltatof
of coma co th the Tammany r leader becamecatscbua became becameconscious becamcondo
conscious condo Just ju t before BIM dnal 1 dtaaotetion tIIMtoIa on
last night ht and whispered to Ida eou cousin eousita eousin ¬
sin Big Tim JIaa 8utttv 8uI SuNivu oi who was at
th the bedside bedstoteI bed bedhI
hI I want the > funeral on Kriday ao that
the poor fellows 1110 of the ho Bswory can
have their Christmas dinner as usual ttaua ttauaIm
Im sorry I wont be there thereWith treWltb there
With a smile I on his face Little Tun Tunsaok TiatMDk
sank into final unconsciousness unconael These Thesewere bees be8WEre beeswere
were lit h hh last words wordsSo woodsSo
So the annual Christmas Chrl tanaa dinner given
b br the t Suinvans for many years m iii the thecljbroonis
cljbroonis d II brooms of the I hll Timothy D Sullivan SvUivanAssociation n non
Association on the Bow BowlY ry will take takrplace taltIate
place Hbturday turday with Itb only old the mst master mastery r
of ceremonies eerMDOD absent ab ent Lithe Lithetook UttleThn TIm
took great pride ride In th t thte e dinners and andno andno andto
no matter whet hat the state ate of Ida kaw smith smithcould Jt lth
could c kI always al he found at t thssja each eachturkey awaelty h hclay
clay dayoreld cdayoreld y hustling u big pbtftl of in ns
turkey and Bowery Buckets Of seer seerand eer eeraDd r rand
and Woos DO who came ever ftr went fnt fntKICK TwBgn ioiotTaKICK TwBgnKICK
BKLLEVILLK N J J Dec 3SA 3SArUn A Aacrting
setting rUn that the cost of Uvlag hs4 in increased infta intirased ¬
creased fta < ed to such ud anextont an esat that tie t9ecouhl tiecouM theoulll
couM not xfst on Stitl l a month the thetnemlKrs thlInl11h
tnemlKrs Inl11h n < > r rhi n th poliof force have pf 1 11 pet
t 1 t rtm I Il it PI ant H Utt W t ai t tal
al 111 ry

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