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RETIREMENT M MBEGINSTOMORROBY FORUM FHIMichael FORUMBY
BY SPECIAL WRiTERS WRiTERSBEGINS WRiTERSi WRiTERSIlichael
BEGINS BEGINSTOMORROBY TOMORROWI TOMORROWI1iichael i
Michael F ODonoghue ODonoghueGives ODonoghueGives ODonoghueGives
Gives First Article on onStraight onStraight onStraight
Straight Pension PensionEXPECTS PensionEXPECTS PensionEXPECTS
EXPECTS TO T 0 AIR AIRCLERKS AmCLERKSSITUATION AIRCLERKS
CLERKS CLERKSSITUATION CLERKSSITUATIONDr SITUATION SITUATIONDr
Dr LleweHyn Jordan Herbert IerJrt D DBrown DBroWR DBrown
Brown aad a d Ms M Ethel EthelScmtb EthelSmit1l Ethels
s Scmtb to Write WriteExperts W WriteExperts te teI
I Experts and Dates for Arti Articles Articles Artiriles ¬
cles on Retirement RetirementFirst Ret ement ementFirBt
First 8f t ar six articles ieaHag del 1ig with withietir witkzetireat withIetirroeat
zetireat ietir i e t piaas I DS t te appear la laThe mT inThe
T The e Times tamorrsw tn ts > Irrw w the writers writerste
te he heFor beFor Ii IiFor
For Straight Str 1it PPHBJOH Pea PensionMiehael iR Mkbael Jfi ael F FODeilec1Ne FODeseghae
ODeilec1Ne 01 > aflHK pral preri prei4et eat ef tk tkITaited Ute UteUaite theUnited
United States Stat Civil Service Re ReAgainst Retireaeat Retiremeat
tireaeat AtlaClatiSAgainst AxtMB AxtMBApiD
Against t Straiglit Pnnninn P PeseisaDr PeseisaDrL1ew Dr DrIJeweUya
I LJeweHjm L1ew Iya Jordan Me ae H i tie tief tlMI thefetsaders
I f eHBders Iof f the Civil Service Ret Re ReI Retiremeat
I tireaeat t e ent Aassdatioa AassdatioaFor A3 A9eedatiAaFor dat > > 2 2For
For C Cntrl1MttKy ntribst ry Retire Re Retireffleat IellMAtHer IellMAtHerBert eat Her Hertert Herbent
Bert D Bows Br wa at anther K of f the Gfi Gfitett Gar G
r tett bill BOW pending ia CoBgress CoBgressAgaiast C cre s
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Agaiast A a miss Mt t c Coatrio catriMtKy etri tory Retirement Retireaest1M6 RetirementJIiM RetirementMies
1M6 Ethel JaarioB Tian a Saattk s Ste itk tk aaea aaeapieye aJI eHI emple7e eHIpi
pieye pi ye is the B Btue Berens Baa a f FiAeries FiAeriesFor FisIIeriesFor FiseriegFor
For aM B01 Against CsBpc Cem C > aprile lmiae aj e Plan PlanK PlanNet PlanNet
K Net t yet selected selectedFirst 8EI8ctedFint selectedFir
Fir First t bt t a series of six Ix articles for forand forand forand
and against the plans IIaa for I the retire retirement 1etIrenent redrernent ¬
ment of superannuated Govemaont Go c cp1aJ em emplayes thrRplayes
playes p1aJ will appear te The Times JI tomor tomorrow tGaIOrrow tomorrow ¬
row rowPresident
President aPchnel Ji cJIaeI F CXPanashuo ODI of ofthe ofhe ofthe
the he wtaaj fJC C the TTntted 9tnes Crtl CrtlService ctYIIService C1vvUService
Service Retirement jUteoclatiou tIDa tIDathe larrering larreringthe fav rthg rthgthe
the straight pension plan wm be the theauthor tbeauthor theauthor
author of the ardde Be will proaoat proaoatargnments preaeatarguments llrMelltlrgullMllts
arguments te rapport n of the outright outrightpension eotrhtpension t I It Itpensloa
pension Idea with especial reference to tothe 10the tothe
the Goulden Goul ea bill which has been in indorsed 18dorsed tedorsed ¬
dorsed by the one branch OY < < the retire ret1nment retirement
ment saodUonEvery association tloB tloBEvery
Every phase pba e of the Gouhien bill will willbe
be discussed di eu Md by President 1I > AU t TBoaoghne TBoaoghneHe ue ueBfA I
He has mad made a deep study of th tile tileIlrP mea meastre 3 3ure
ure aDd believes that it earttodtos bO IeS prta prtaciples pdRc principlee
ciples c I pIe that will meet the needs of theemployes the theemployes UteEmploy
employes and DI at the gams same me time be Just Justand ju jaetand t tandeq1dtable
and andeq1dtable andeq1dtableDr equitable equitableDr equitableDr
Dr Jariaas J r aa aS s Article ArticleDr
Dr UeweHii LIewe L ewefyn 7n Jordan secretary MCretar r the theother theother i iot
other ot her branch oC C the retirement associa association aaaciationthe eIa ¬ I ItiOntDe
tiOntDe tion the one supporting IRJIIP the coraputoory coraputoorycontributory cornpaleorycontributory I IContr
contributory Contr Rltory retirement plan pIaaWtII wfll write writethe WTttethe writethe
the article against the straight j HJIIIIIea penileeform HJIIIIIeaform anal on onform
form of retretn retirement it which will appear appearin
in The Times TIm on Wednesday He was wasone wasoe xasore
one of the founders of the retirement retirementassociation rettremeatL8Ocla rettrameata9aocdadoe
L8Ocla association oa and has thoroughly teves tevestigated 1aTeUgatecl hweeiigated
tigated the subject being one of the thebestinformed thebestblCOIIIMd thebestIaformed
bestinformed employ on the question q1le queetloa1n tion tionIn
In the Government service serviceThe vtce vtceThe
The ar argument IDeIIt 1ft favor of the cowpulsory cow eoaaI eoaapulsory I
pulsory contributory plan of retirement recirementwhich re retirementwhich remeDt remeDtwhich
which will be 1 e printed Thursday will be beprepared beItpared beprepared
prepared by Herbert D Brown who whodraftad whodrafted whodratted
drafted the greater er part of the Gillett GWettbOI GiUettbD Gilletthill
hill I and Del has a mana mass of data cIat and lid eta etatistie statistics 1Itatistl ¬
tistics tistl dealir dea1trs with the subject In the thecourse t theeouree e eCl
course Cl > UrM of his lit teoeeUgatlatio Jn tIea tIeast he has hasstudied beestudied
studied st udlecl the form of retirement ia 11 vogue vogueir OC1Ieir
ir foreign 1or countries and Dd ao doubt win winhave wmlllive willhave
have a full and tumprelianuive aIL article articleand artIdeand articleand
and one that everybody concerned concernedshould COIaCenMdEhould ooseernedshouts
should read readOae JfI84I readOue
JfI84Ioe
Oae 1ty y JIIi Miss ee s Smith SaithMiss sitkw SmithMiss
Miss w s Kthel Marion arIon Smith an employeOf employe
Of the Bureau of Fisheries P1 erie IM wm wl l write writethe writeLt writethe
the Lt article agafavit the contributory re reMrcment remeat retmeiit
Mrcment meat plan It wm be printed Friday Fridayand Frlday8Dd Fridayand
and will be fun of interest as reflect reflecting reflecting ¬
ing 1 the views of a wuanmn employe aad aadone aadone sodone
one who wtI opposes the guardianship of oftncJe orncle ofT
T tncJe rick Sam SamThe SamThe SaraThe
The two articles rtIcIe for and against the theompromtoe uecc1IQ thee
e ompromtoe cc1IQ IOIIdIIe plan the scheme whereby wbere wherebyemployee y yt
t if t employee ana Government each pay payDiehalf JMLT031IaIf payoehalf
Diehalf of ti tL4 pension fund will ap apContteued apConttatted It ItCo
Contteued Co tbIued on Sixth Page PageWEATHER PawLVEATHER Ps e eWEATHER
WEATHER REPORT REPORTThe
The indications are that there t ere will be besnow Denow besnow
snow tonight t and Tuesday Tue day te the Great GreatlAKe CkeatLake dreatLake
lAKe region leI OD northern NtW York and andnorthern sodmxthern lid lidnortbern
northern New Engtand aDd light rate rateor Talaor rataor
or snow this afternoon or tonight Tel followed 101lowed Telowed ¬
lowed by fair weather Tuesday in insouthern 1aoutherD insouthern
southern New England EII < < Iand the Middle At Atlantic Atlantic Atlantic ¬
lantic States and the upper Ohio valley val valley valIfY ¬
ley leyFORECAST FORECAST FOR THE DISTRICT DISTRICTUnsettled DISTRIciT DISTRIciTtD8ettJed f fVtuettled
Unsettled weather with light t rate late latethis latethi latett
this thi tt i afternoon or tonight t warmer wan er to tonight toIlIJ tonight ¬
night nighterate IlIJ nt Tuesday pesI biy lair with wIdtfrate mod moderate
erate temperature temperaturetonight tempenataetOllgbt loweet teseperstare teseperstaretordght
tonight about M f > < degrees Majht to mod moder JDOdeo moderte
er erte to couth tIt to toTEXFBRATTJJIXS Wert ufeQs ufeQsTTRZS
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TIDBT TIDE TABLE TABLETodaI Br1 Br1T
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c ONDIDON OF IUVJiftS
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Both rivers clear cl
I Ls0ME SOME OF THOSE THqSE WHO ENJOYED CHRISTMAS CHRIS TtYlAS CHEER AT A T MISSIONS
m CRE u ISPRAISED is mm mmFOR PRAISED I IFOR l
1 1RESCUEI
FOR HEROIC RESCUESteamers RESCUE RESCUESteamers RESCUEISteams
Steamers Crash and One OneGoes I IGoes I IGoes
Goes to BottomSixPersons Bottom BottomSix Six SixPersons
1
Persons Drown DrownPI1ING i ipnftnlnl
I IHeIIIaII
i iHI8aIaI
PI1ING HeIIIaII Dee JA M1 sapefielel
pnftnlnl axnaataatlon t of the JttA Star sourLtoer StarLIDer StarLiner
I IBaItJqae
Liner Finland which sank the steamer steamerBafeique steamerBsltlque
Bafeique onThe 0 < < Jthe mouth of the river riverScheldt rivrSebelctt river riverScbeldt
Scheldt nut alght nl bi with a toss of six x
lives tv today showed that the vessel easelably prob probably probably ¬
I
ably would be able to continue her voy voyage voyqc voyage ¬
age although altbo h seriously 1ICIio 7 damaged damagedbe pd pdbe
be fourteen persons DIJ J8ICUed rescued from the thebottom tlMsteamer
Belgian A steamer eager befue she went to the
bottom were landed here b today all prafe prafemf prNeIg MaI MaItag
mf the work of the Finlands craw far farthdr ttKtheir fortheir
their heroic work in J1 Having them ttte from fromThe froma rom romwater7
a watery grave IPveTIae graveThe
The Baltique BaIt1cI8e1ro was wa a saaaH steamer steamerWM ateomeerMd
1ro iron I AMweIp aa sad < < WM battt to toHateadr kIFbWHIr Ina
Md
Hateadr a Hoodoo Ship ShipTbe Sfci S ft ftThe
The he FBIa Finland a hj eortataty cec cececIrei a heeieo heeieoskip
skip i declared one onetoday OIl Mr I Bagwa Bagway gars garstoday
today y as he gave ge o the detailsIn d tHo of the thocidont tJa aeeideat ae aecWeatSIte
cidont cWeatSIte She went ashore IIore four years yearsago 7ersDear yearsago
ago near the same e spot where lastnights teat teatBights JaMJdgbts
Bights accident occurred Three years yearsago veersago
ago 0 ran into the sea se wallet Dover DoverShe Dew DewShe DoverShe
She afterward ran down and lid sank ak a aGreek aGreek aGreek
Greek liner off Terneuaen Terneneeaaad and narrowly narrowlyscraped Barrowlyeaeaped rNW1r rNW1rcatc
scraped catching catc tire when beD about te 0 nail sailfrom i
from New York I gueas we were lucky luckyto
to escape death after tter that series of orTlle nav navmortunee sdemortunes I
=
mortunee mortuneeThe mortuneshe 0
The captain aad crew however weyer must lIIUKreceive ninnyreceive mustreceive
receive due credit for their work te tent tentBights IaIItBlghts lastnights
Bights accident accidentHad aedcleBtg accidentHsd
Had g it not been for or able bIe bIetile seamanship
the disaster di ster might have been mach machworse modiworse eb ebWGne
worse I IWere
Were Celebrating Christmas Cknsiaasgood Ck ChristmasTbe 8baas i
TIM Finland was moving alou loDe at atgQd a ag3od
good dtp in a heavy fog She had hadabout i
about 16e W passengers aboard a1 oanl and andwere many DlliBYwere manywere
were making merry te a Christmas Christmascelebration CIui Christmasedebradort tm s I IeeIeiKat1on
celebration in the cabin when the dis disaster 41 41outer ¬
aster occurred The fog born had been beengoing beengoing
I
going constantly coetantl but as the Finland Finlandapproached FIlandapproocbed I Ithe
approached the mouth of the Scheldt ScbeJ t or orSecant orYeeant i
Secant K eant the Baltique loomed directly directlyacross I
across her herows bows The smaller steamer steamerwas steamerwas 1
was caught amldehte amId blp but hung on to tothe b tythe i
the bow of the Finland lens onoagh eDOI5 for forseveral tormembers forseveral
several members of the crew to t leap leapaboard leapaboard i
aboard the larger vessel vesselThen vccoelThen I
Then she be dropped away and ad the Pin Ffalaads PinIands
laads ad boats were instantly ordered oa oatheir ontheir
their errand of rescue r The Balttane Balttanesank Battiquet
i t sank nk so quickly that those who were werei W werebeer < < e ebelow I
i below when the crash came cRt had no 110e nocbaaee
i cbaaee ehaa e to escape Thorn who were werei wererescued
i rescued leaped overboard and wore worepicked 81
I picked up in the Finlands boats the thecrew thecrew
crew of the Red Star hoer JIBe risking theirlives their theirttves tlMIrin
lives in the vortex caused by the sink staking sinklag IDk IDkiJag ¬
lag vessel vesselTbce vesBPLe veoLThose
Those e rescued were cares for to by the tbepassengers UMpa thepassengers
passengers pa lleDgers and crew of the FinlandWANT Finland FinlandM 111Dd 111DdWANT
WANT WANTFOR SINGER HERE HEREMan HEREFOR
FOR PASSING DRAFT DRAFTMan
I IDefrauded
Man 1 n Arrested in New York YorkDefrauded YorkDefrauded
Defrauded Leopold Birkle BirkleIt
h hIt
It Is Said SaidXmest SaidXnte Saidgraaet
Xmest Xnte t Sages arrested te New York Yorkat YerktAe j jat
at the request of the Bntthaove authori anthorittea 1UItItedtaM authorities ¬
ties for passing JIt IIIBg an 8 alleged worthlaub worthlaubdraft tvorthiaeidraft i iclnlCt
draft for rill < is wanted waA te this city on a aRepresenting asimilar
I
similar ehal charge e It was learned todayRepresenting today tocJaTRepreeenUng
Representing himself hbll elC as a captain te tethe isthe I Itire
the German ant nr Singer called on Leo Leopold Leopold
pold tOld Btrkle a liquor dealer < < at 932 ii Eighth Etp ltdsbtistreet tII tIIIItreet j jstreet
street southeast t test 1a t Tuesday T1Ie IIay amt ta taS3S I
duced 4laced1am him to cash two drafts nItt8 0Ae for
ill and the other for iii 26 drawn wa oa the
Kaanth Znteroatlonal Bashing House HMI j jof
of Wurttemberg Germany GermanyLang GermanyLang rmany rmanyLang
i
Lang Gets Decision DecisionIn 0 I
In Twelfth Round RoundIX RoundlLONDQNr 1 1LONDON
IX LONDON > KDON Dee 2S 2 mfr Jr Lang Leur or
Auetaaaa A got tho decision ovnr vrsr rj Jack ck
Burn of California te the twelfth twelfthround twelfthroIIIItI twelfthoheavywdght
peon round of oheavywdght then t eir heavyweight he > battle rsitl here
Ups peonafternoon afternoon afternoonLost tfternoeaLost
Lost on ona a Foul FoulSYDNEY FoulSYD FoulSYDNEY
SYDNEY SYD rxY New South Wales W Dee Sfc SfcBlOy JIDUly i iBilly
DUly Papke was beaten beateIlln to thai city to toay to to4a7
4a7 ay 7 in the tenth round of a bout with withDave WithrMveOr withgave
Dave Smith who is the Australian Australianmfdolew A1IKraIIaBDllddJewdght A > eitrafanudddleweI
mfdolew DllddJewdght ight bt champion c It was Papkes PaJakefault
fault that tb at he lost He fouled and andrefereo tr3 tr3referee tt ttreferee
referee decided d ided asicst a ao elna hln lJm t at oncfe 2no
BATTLE IN HAITI HAITIBlack HAITICALLS HAITICALLS
CALLS OUT SOLDIERS SOLDIERSBlack
Black Republic Faces Revo Revolution Revolution Revolution ¬
lution Which Has IjIaS Ap ApPfirently Apparently j jparently
parently Started StartedSAX StartedSAX Sta rted rtedSAN
SAX DOMINGO Dec 3t xTritOPS Troops were wereuispntcfced weredlapatelaed
uispntcfced et d today to the Domtegnn DomtegnnHatttea D DHaIdua DmiSanHaitlaa
Hatttea frontier f felawiag l < owteg w reports of a abattle abattle
battle in which a an number are said hi te tehave UYe tohave
have Ye been killed JdIJecLa haledGee killedGea
Gee a AatoBor atellCK Flrawn Firm n is reported to tohave toratMd ishave
have rained the standard of revolt I81Ok and aadit andit lid lidit
it te I believed the tattle which wasfought was wasfought wasf
fought f ucht occurred between his 1I1 followers followersbad foilewenIoDd followersad
bad ad the loyal troops Conditions in the theBlack tAeBlack theBlack
Black Republic Rep bIk are ripe for a revolution revohttioaas UoB
as flnaacee are ia a a badway ed y and an the theinhabitants tileJRbabItaDts theInhabitants
inhabitants of many vMr 1 Ir 0 ts are pov poverty pc pcerty cy cyerty ¬
erty stricken strickeny strickeILEIGHTY MrkkeeEIGHTY
EIGHTY LlViS SAVED SAVEDBY SAVEDBY
BY y ELEVATOR MAN INTrip MANTrip
Trip After Trip in in Burning BurningApartment BurningApartment BurningApartment
Apartment Made by byOperator byOperator b Y YOperator
Operator OperatorJSaTW
JSaTW YORK Dee 26Rhghty 26 S1i Kighty glttymeu glttymeuWODteA men menwoavea teenwomen
women and children living on thai thaiupper tile tileupper theupper
upper floors of a Clinton street streetapartment streetapartJDeJlt streetapartment
apartment house Were were saved from fromdeath frolRdeat fromdeath
death deat ia an R early morning fire today by byMather byMathew y yMatAew
Mathew Hanuaersley an elevator man manwho manwho manwho
who ran his car ten times through throughsmoke thrOUghSIBOk throughsmoke
smoke and Del names taking the panic panicstricken panicMrloken panicstricken
stricken tenants safely sefel to the street streetHe streetHe streetHe
He was called out of bed by thecries the thecries thecries
cries of a 8 woman on the second secondfloor secondAeor secondflour
floor who had discovered the blaze blazeSmoke blazeSmoke
Smoke and name then was shooting shootingup
up the narrow stairways Hammersley Hammer Haxnmersley Hammersley
sley scantily clothed ran his car to tothe toOle tothe
the roof giving the alarm and andtelliag andteUlas andtelling
telling the frightened people to re remain rem remain ¬
main m Ja calm and lid wait for him himThree himThree himThree
Three floors were completely burn burned burnM burned ¬
ed out before the fire was under control con control control ¬
trol Sb firemen were overcome by bysmoke bysmoke
smoke smokeTrainman smokeTrainman
Trainman Is Killed KilledIn KiIledIn KilledIn 1
In New Jersey WreckJERSEY Wreck WreckJER
JER J JERSEY E3T Y CITY 2C Jl Dec 2S 2 26A A fire fireBtan fireman
man was instantly killed ldli < > d and an engi engineer engi1te engineer ¬
neer 1te < r bs b8d1y badlyaoa4ded > ely scalded when an engine on onthe onthe I Itk
the tk Weet Shore railroad runting be between between ¬ i itweea
tween here ere and WeebaTOken D N J J took tookthe tookthe i
the wrong switch today tod2 and crashed crashedinto cras crashedinto od I II
into I a bumper haIRP4KThe The dead deadDAVID deadDAVID i iDA
DAVID DA VID GBROW GERO W fireman rema aged 2S 2SSerfcnisly a aSeriously I ISeriously
Seriously Injured tafaredBernetto InjuredBeraetto injuredBernetto
Bernetto Ronk engineer aged 3lThe 9 9The 31 31nte
The engine overturned crushing crushingGerow cru crushingGerow lD lDGerow
Gerow to death and the escaping 6S < tlplnl steam steinterribly steamterribly Btemtenibb
terribly added scW lded d the engineer engineerDeath engineerDeath engineerDeath
Death in Mistletoe MistletoeBLYTHESVXLLE MistletoeBL MistletoeBLYTJie
BLYTJie BLYTHESVXLLE BL VILLE Ark Dec 26 26The 2tTJae 26The
The tradition that the theberrlos berries of i mis mistletoe mstJetoe ds dstletoo ¬
tletoe are poisonous has been proven provento
to be a fact by the death of the three threechildren threech threechildren
children ch drea of Sam G Griffin mn near DOOr Luxora LuxoraThe LUX8rao LuxeraThe
o The children ate the theberrles berries as they theygathered thvgathered theyI
I gathered tho greens for Christmas ChristmasThey ChrIstmasTheY ChristmasThey
They died after twentyfour hours of orhon1bl ofhorrible
horrible rin
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oj
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TAFT AND COLONEL COLONELPresident COLONELKEEPING COLONELKEEPING
KEEPING IN TOUCH TOUCHPFesidentslI1d TOUCHPresident
PFesidentslI1d President and Former Execu Executive Executive Executive
tive Confer on onLegislation onLegislation onLegislation
Legislation LegislationIt
It Tueann known at tao tiletIIat tbWbN16itese tbWbN16itesetoddy Watta TTatHnn TTatHnntoday
today that President Pre l4e11t Taft TIIftPl and former formerleettag farmerPresident
Pl President Roaevit eIt between whom m mwu illfeeling
feeling was imported to have laTe ext existedhave existed extetedhave tedr tedraTe
have bm te conatant ea t communicattoa eommumlcatfonMoon UIII Uo Uoee
ateee ee Courses reeoavened recoa eeed aDd that tMtthey thatthey
they have COBfened 011 JIIUI many matters mattOlSof
of leisbadoaTbh teshuatioa teshuatioaThis JectIIIatioLThis
This infutjnatlon came out when the thereport thereport thereport
report that the President bad won over overCollector overCoDeetor overCollector
Collector Loeb of the port of U 1 New w York Yorkto Yorkto Yorkto
to hte side and had tak takeR n nim from fro the thecamp tilecamp thecamp
camp of the former President PresidentThe PreMIIentThe PrescientThe
The report further intimated that thePresident the thePresident theeDt
President eDt and Del his predeceauor PI were fur further farther further ¬
ther apart than ever ev < < r and that the theDtJoa desig designation designation ¬
nation of Collector Ix Loeb > eb who was wasRoosevetfs wasRoo wasRoosevelts
Roosevetfs Roo eftIts private secretary to be theclose the theclose theclo
close clo e personal adviser of the Presidentmeant President Presidentmeant Pre id6Bt id6Btmeult
meant that the tb present pre entA Administration Administrationwas mbd trttou trttouwas re tloa tloawas
was 1k fortifying tit itself JIM the 312 1M campaign cam campaign eD1palgu ¬
paign in New N York State StateNo StateNo 1
No suggestion JI1I D was forthcoming at the theWhite theWhI theWhite
WhI White House Hou e today as to the truthful truthfulBess tnatbt1ll1 tnatbt1ll1IMII8 trutbfelnoes
Bess of the Loeb story but MOS4s friends fri of ofthe ofthe I Itbe
the President Pr Bt unhesitatingly Declared Declaredthat declaredthat
that no ill l feeling feellB < < existed < < xt ted between Mr MrTaft MrTaft MrTaft I
Taft ADd Colonel CoI l Roosevelt RooseveltTo
To bear this out it was said that for forweeks forweeks
weeks letters have been exchanged exe be between betweert ¬ I i
tween t the former aDd the present occu occupant occupant ¬ I Ipant
pant of 0 the White House These let letters Iettera ¬
ters t < < 8 have ha Ye borne upon the questions 4ue tloas of offegtelfcthm ofegt oflegMktton
fegtelfcthm egt ktioB which the President is urging urgingat u
at this session etI ton of ofJUM engross ongressJust engrossJust I
Just what measures ar arm bain being talked talkedover talkedover I
over by the two leadifis leaQi itr ItcpubUcaas ItcpubUcaaseonid n bUcnG abUasnooould bUcnGoouJd
eonid not be learned Those friends of ofthe ofthe I ItII
the tII President who discussed the matter mattersaid mattersold i isaid
said that it was not of Importance that thatthis thatthis i
this bill or that bfli was the subject of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the correspvodenen but they did as assert aIJeert assert ¬
sert that th the fact that t at there w was s cor correspondence eorre correspondence ¬
respondence re pODCie ce and Jots of o It was highly highlysignificant glll glll8I
significant significantIt 8I fkaDt fkaDtIt
It IB even said that letters pas pass be between between between ¬
tween the President and aDdthe the Colonel as asoften asottin asoften
often as a 6 once a day This has been beenparticularly beenp beenparticularly
particularly p true since December 1 1when 1r 1rwhen 1when
when Mr r Taft returned from PanamaThe Panama PanaraaThe PanamaThe
The statement was also made today todayby todayby
by those tb to h close touch with the Presi President Prcsldent President ¬
dent tb tM thit t the t warmest Christmas greet greetings gnetlngg greetlogs ¬
logs had been excfctnged between him himand himDd himand
and Dd Mr ire Roosevelt Roo evit It could not be belearned beJearned belearned
learned however whether or not 110tChrl notChristmas notChristmas
Christmas Chrl tms nres uraents nis had ad been exchanged exchangedMrs exchansedMrs exchangedMrs
Mrs Peabod T Struck By B BCar
I Car Expected Ex cted to Die DieThe DieThe DieThe
The condition of Mrs Mary Peabody Peabodyseventythree Peabodyseventythree
seventythree years sld > kI who was run rundown rundown
down Saturday Se urday night by a Ninth street streetcar streetcar
car while In company with her husband husbandJohn husbflndJoIan husbandJohn
John J J Peabody former chief of the theWashington theWasAlngton theWashington
Washington Fire ire Department is such suchthat suchUlat suchthat
that that physicians at the Emergency Hos Hospital Hospital Hoepd ¬
pd pital expect exp Ct ter er death at any minute minuteeXt minuteelt minutecit
eXt was said tltts tt fs afternoon that she can canlive canJIve canlive
live but a few ooulSJonger ooulSJongerMr beers tours longer longerMr longerMr
Mr Peabody yho ho was also badlyin badlyinJured badlyInjured badlyinjiared
Jured is in j serious condition but the
doctors say he may recover recoverAviator recoverAviator recoverAviator
Aviator Takes Df Drop DropFlying op opFlying opFlying
Flying Over Hudson HudsonNEW
NEW 11 YORK Dec 26 26Frank Frank Morok iloroka
a 8 Belgian aviator who gained Internatioaal Interna InteraatJoaal InternatloRaI
tJoaal renown as Diavoto 1 > 1010 the loopthe looptheloop looptheJoop looptheloop
loop artist made an unsuccessful at attempt at attempt attempt ¬
tempt today to fly y across the Hudson Hudsonriver Hudsonriver Hudsonriver
river in an II aeroplane and landed inBroadway in inBroadway inI
Broadway BroadwayMorels BrG8ClwayMore BroadwayMorc
Morels More s motors went wrong and his hismachine hisJDIIC hismstin
I machine JDIIC in crashed downward into a tee teesraph tel telgraph teiegraph
graph wTe which broke the force of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the falL It was impossible to ascertain ascertainat ascertz1natonco
at atonco once iiow ow Jiadly aiorojchftflfteen 3lorp r > l een hurt h hI ho
I
o
CHILD MEETS DEATH DEMCLASPING DEATHCLASPING DEATHCLASPING
CLASPING M NE DOLL DOLLSeven DOLLSevenYearOld DOLLSevenYearOld
SevenYearOld Seven YearOld Lena Tretifc Tretifcter Trericier Tr
f flr
ter Fatally Burned Ly Lying Lying L y ying ¬
ing inBed inBedtoday in BedNsW Bed BedNZW I I
NsW YORK Dee ILSadnes sa NIpIK NIpIKtAM1 rcigrstoday
tAM1 today te the little frame cottage C > > ttap ttapof home homeof homeof
of sevenyearold old Lena Tranktar T at atHoffman atHoLmaa
Hoffman boulevard aad Trotting course CoumeWorn CoanelaDe courselane I
laDe Elmhurst L L Worn w out with withthe withUte withthe
the excKentoat of Christmas early lastevent test testevening Ja8tv8lllAg
event evening she kissed ki ed her grandmother grandmotherwho zrotIaerwile
who te ninetyone yean y old goodnight goodnightand 800dtAd
and Ad was put JUt to bed la B her room on th thoocoad the tJwsecoacl thesecond
second floor floorbled floorHer or orH
H Her q eyes were half It closed as asWed she tum tumbled
bled late her Mttto Jtt e had I with wtcIaclMpecl a BOW doN doNcteaped dolleloped
eloped ts tightly UT ia nor anaL In a mo moment 1oWmeat saoment ¬
ment she was asleep That wy about aboutS
S oclock oclockA
A few minutes later the oil stove e te teher haher labop
her room exploded sending th the biasing blaaingfluid bIu biasingfluid Ig IgAuld
fluid in a shower sbowera1 about out the t e room Some Someof Somet Someof
of t it foil OB the t e face and ad hair of the thesteeping thesleeping thesleeping
sleeping child and her dolly The ex exploslOB expIoeIoa axploeba
ploslOB awakened Lena She shrieked shriekedwith lIbriekeclwkA shriekedwith
with pain aad fright bet before she shecould 31Mcould shecould
could stir the flames had iIid suffocated au1I0cate4The her herThe herThe
The mother aDd four older children childrenwho cIdIdreIIwoo ddldrenwho
who were on the first floor heard th thejcptosloo the tbeexpIo theexplosion
expIo explosion IoD followed folJowfMl1ty by the girls cry but butthe 1Ntby butby
by the time they re reached dMd the stairway ataIrwaytile
the fire had spread to it and cut oft oftthat 0 0that ofthat < <
that that avenue V mM of rescue Upstairs p tatrs they theycould tIQcoWci theycould
could hear the feeble cries or of the need needAt acedgraalDOtber apedgrsadmotber
graalDOtber who was Oft tile top floor floorAt aoorj aoorjAt
At this moment Patrolman Fetus of ofthe 0 0the ofthe
the Eimhurst t station burst in the front frontdoor tnmtdoor frontdoor
door H He dashed dA e through the flames 1IaID8Sto up upto upto
to the Uteo UteftOer o second floor but t wag halted at atthe atthe atthe
the door of the t e childs chB s room by a barpier bar barrier ¬
pier of are which made entrance impos Imposstble hopesstub impossible ¬
sible sibleHe stbleHe stub
stubHe I IsMdRg
He then went to t the e floor above sad aadseizing sadseining ad
seizing old Mrs Treakler te his Jd arms armscarried armscanied armscarried
carried her to safety Then MIa th the firemen firemenarrived JInmeaarrived firamonarrived
arrived an ant soon extinguished ext1agu1 bed the blase blaseThey blaseThey I
They found the burned body lM dy a of latheLena ttttle ttttleLena JtWeLeBa
Lena in lier bed the dolt stilt te her herarms herarms herarms
arms but burned almost to a cinderShoots cinder cinderShoots cIIIderShoots
Shoots Two to Death DeathWho DeathVho DeathWho
Who Went to Aid Him HimASHEVILLB HimASHEV HimASHEVILLIr
ASHEVILLB ASHEV N C Dec DeeJ KDaaio KDaaioJ
J J Calhoun twentyfive years old sad aa3J aMJ sadJ
J PhttiB P tllp Calhoun thirty years oM oMor sons sonsof Sensof
of W I L Calhoun a 8 prominent Swate 9waiacatty Swatecounty SwaJaCOtJ
county COtJ ty farmer are dead as the resultof result resultof
of a shooting Chrietmas evening near nearDorset JteIthat aasrDorst
Dorset < t that county 0 Oscar dark darkthirty Clarktl Darkthirty
j thirty tl rty years old charged o a > C with data the theshoottos theshooing
j shooing escaped e < < Lped Clark was shooting shootinga sboot1 sboot1a
a gun from his porch and yeBbir arjd arjdthe aLdCalhoun arydthe
the Calhoun boys thinking Clark waLt waiited waLted warted
ed aid went to his house AS Dan en entered entertd entered ¬
tered the yard Clark shot s ot him and andturning andturnl andturninf
turning turnl the run on Philip put two t be < bcl bcllets bc1Jets l llets
lets through his body Dan dfof in instantly iastantly instantly ¬
stantly Philip died this morning Both BothTrain BothI Bothleave
I leave E8 ve fJdl fJdlTrain families familiesTrain
Train Turns on Gas GasWoman G Gas GasWoman s sW
Woman W man and Cat Ca t Die DieCHICAGO DieCHICAGO DieCHICAGO
CHICAGO Dec 3SMrs Edna May
Simpson is dead today as the e result of ofpeculiar a apeculiar apeculiar
peculiar accident a ldeRt
On a combination gas gasand gasaJlCl gasand
and electric chandelier claa eller in herroom her room a awreath awreath awreath
wreath of holly was bung yesterday yesterdayVibration yesterdayVibration
Vibration VlbraU n caused utted by Illinois Central Centraltrains CetrtraJtrWIg Centraltrains
I trains loosened Joo looses d the wrests and aa I te fall falling faDIng faillug ¬
ing its weight wett K turned on the th gas Mrs MrsSimpson XrsStmpson ire ireSimpson
Simpson died of asphyxiation IK the theroom u theroom
room room there was also the body of an anAngora AnAngora antingora
Angora cat ca4 which Jiada hndbeenswrocsted ha 11cen > eenH3iffocate suffocated < 5
LONE TRAIN BANDITELUDES BANDIT BiDITELOOESTIO BANOlTELUDES
ELOOESTIO ELUDES TWO POSSES POSSESWashington POSSESXI POSS ES ESWashington
Washington XI ash toll Man Lan Wounded Woundedin W oonded oondedin
in Holdup Near Kan Kansas Kanss Kansas ¬
sas C CIANS4g City CityKANSAS CityJA
KANSAS JA S615 CITY M Ira 3 Dee > ee m TIle TIlelone Tirelone he helone
lone bandit who heW eIII u Jilt JiltpasSeJllJ on one hwrtrat oedredyaseeagers I Ipassengers
passengers pasSeJllJ on a Mhwonri FneHh tsvon 1nIIaaDd t Ia Iaand I Iof
aDd who wounded 1 CatIL K L NewIIGId NewIIGIdof
of Wasfatagton if ton D C Because the latter lat hitter latter ¬
ter did not obey promptly the robbers robberscommand rob robberseommand eIs eIsI
command I of hands wp is being beiDgeettgtat befogeeaght beingsovghi
sovghi by two posse in the waaas sur surrounding SWNorthWMtern sarrounding ¬
rounding Northwestern Junction today todayCaptain todayCaptaIn todayCaptain 1
Captain Newbold NewIH > > Id who was a studentinstructor student studentiBstmctor studeDtbMtractor
instructor at tt Leaveaworth and lid who whoformerly whOfenDedy whoformerly
formerly was an II inea instructor u octor tck at West WestPoint W WestPoint t tPobst
Point suffered saft only a slight wound of ofthe ettile ofthe
the scalp The be young arm army officer howevr how howerar w wnw
erar had a dose el oat eaII aH an the Ie aaadlt iMDd1t8re4 banditfired aaadltfired
fired point blank at him w when n ea the eap eaptata 8Jtala eaptaia i
tata stowed harttnncy In eteratteg eievatf ng his hiehade hisbeads
hade along akw with the other helpless heIpIe55It helplessBasta h pless plessO4484Vn4F
Basta Bastait O4484Vn4F k kIt
It is i horsed am d that Captain ewboML Newboldwhose ewboMLwhon
whose w oM brother Fleming XewboW ewbold Is laconnected I Icoanectod I I
coanectod with a Washington news newspaper newspap f fpaJa
paper pap r was en route home for the t e bolldays boll holidays ¬ I
days It was also the t e young officers officershrtantfriMi officerstateetion
hrtantfriMi to visit vi tt a Washington W eye st stcialtet ape apedaIW spedalfet
cialtet cialtetThe dalfetThe I
The bandit boarded the traia at Lear Learenworth Lrwurth Leavenworth
enworth wurth Junction m the outskirts of ofLearenworth ofLeavenworth j
Learenworth and after ta the traia hadstarted had badstarted
started pushed p ed open the t 8 door of c the thePulbaas Utend thePullman
Pullman and nd confronted the trainmen trsJnasenand trafD trainmenand Ma Mag I
and passengers g with a revolver revolveWarns revolverWains i
Warns the CrewAfter Crew CrewAfter CrewAfter
After robbing them he cut the bellcard bell belltJoaed beiloenI
card leading to tile engine ste and can cantIeed
tJoaed the porter tOrter aad conductor to keepatDL keepstill Keep Keepstill
still He went through the car taking takingup
up a Christmas eotteetton of etaDd watches watchesaad watchesand
aDd money and proceeded to the cd chair chaircar cIt80IraDI1 4r 4rcar
car and smoker until he had relieved relievedevery relievedevery eUevedf6YfIICY
every passenger of alt II the valuables vau le not notaaitod DotBaDed notnatal
natal down downBy dOwnDr downDy
By the tilDe the robber re ber had bR CuiSbedthe Satehed Satehedthe 1R15hedthe
the traia had reached rea Kansas City Cityem CityRan
J
Ran and be comply Ute pcrter toopen to toopea
open a a decK dropped 0 of < < at Northwest Northwestern
em Junction and disappeared disappearedThe dlMppMretLT1te
The police aDd sheriff were notified notified3Cc neWledad netitiedand
and ad posses were orpnbed K 3Cc tracewas trace tracewac TaCe TaCeWU
was found of the man who her tookto took tookto t ok okto
to the woods or came to Ka Kausos as City CityThe CityThe I ITbe
The train proceeded to St Luis L > > ala with withthe withthe
I
the passengers puse gers mourning m muIDg their tl > > eIr iseeeThe teseos teseosTh o es esTile
Th Tile value U of th the motiey JDOI y and Bd watchesand watches watchesaad wacb9sad
and ad Jewelry je stolen Bt Mn win not be kaown kaownuntil kadwnuntil I
until wa l the passengers pu eagers file their dates dateswith cIIRswith oaImswith
with the railroad Captain 2Mew NewKtld1 Newmid Newmidwho > eld eldwho
who was shot when he attwrjtej attecf atte > tBa > to toContinued toContinued
I IContlDued
Continued on Twolf Twelfth th Pso PsoGUNBOAT Ps PsANOTHER
1 1ANOTHER
ANOTHER ffiBOliiSENT GUNBOAT GUNBOATSENTTO
SENTTO SENTTORePort SENT TO H01 H01Report HONDURAS HONDURASReport
Report of Serious Trouble TroubleStirs TroubleStirs TroubleStirs
Stirs Navy Department Departmentto Depal l1x nt ntto
to Action ActionlioIlowiIac ActionFollowing i iFollowing
Following the reports of serious trouble troublein iru te teIn
in Honduras Secretary of Ute Navy Navy2Ieyer NavyMeyer
Meyer 1 today ordered the gunboat p otYOIk otYOIktJWJI York TorktTwa Yorkt
tTwa t + wn to start etsrt n at once < eee from Corinto CorintoNicaragua CorlDtotoe CorintoNicaragua
Nicaragua for Amapala HeRdUI8TIM HondurasThe Honduras HondurasThe
The official order to the commander commanderof
of c > f the gunboat t instructed him to ob observe obMne observe ¬
serve and report upon the conditions exlatlg ex exAnsapaia exI
latlg I t Ig jen tile west coast of Honduras HondurasAmapala II IIwblcft
Ansapaia which for months JR IItJas was the Uiestronghold thest thestrogho
stronghold st lcl of General Yaltedares who whoIs whoIs whoIs
Is opposed to the government Oftn neat is be beMevod DeJIeved bellev
Mevod llev d to be the central eRUal t teal Botat oin Of the thepreaeat thepre
preaeat pre 1 IIt activity i o of i iThe Bonffla BonfflaThe BoDmaThe
The Yorktown YOrktownwill will arrive at Amapala Amapalatoatorrow Amu AmpInAttackExpe pala palatAalOlrw
toatorrow tAalOlrwAttack toatorrowAttack
Attack AttackExpe Expected ExpectedAt ed edAt
At Puerto Corfez CorfezPUERTO ConezPUBRTOCORTEZ CorfezPIITItTO
PUERTO PUBRTOCORTEZ CORTEZ Honduras Dee DeoSt DeeHTlaere DecstThere
HTlaere St There fe great gr ltt excitement ia this thiscity tltlscity thiscity
city over the report which reached here herefrom herefrom ere erefroaa
from New Orleans that Gen Manuel ManuelBoaiUa ManuelBonNa
BoaiUa with Gen Lee L e Christmas Christmasaad
aDd a plti paitr ty of Americas filibusters on onboard onboard Q Qboard
board the old American cruiser Hornet HornetContinued HornetCon HornetContinued
Continued Con ued on Third Page
CHRISTMAS DINNERS DINNERSFOR DINNERSFOR
FOR CAPITAL NEEDY KEDYAT NEEDYAT SEEDYAT
AT MISSION HOUSES USESHundreds HOUSESHundreds HOUSESHundreds
Hundreds Are Fed With WithGood WithGood VithGood
Good Things of the theSeason theSeason theSeason
Season SeasonSHRINERS SeasonSHRINERS SeasonSHRINERS
SHRINERS DISTRIBUTE DISTRIBUTEFOOD DISTRI DISTRIBUTEFOOD BUTE BUTEFOOD
FOOD AND CLOTHING CLOTHINGHospitals CLOTHINGHospitals CLOTHINGHospitals
Hospitals and Orphan O an Asylums AsylumsAlso AsylumsAlso
Also Well Remembered by bySanta bySanta bySanta
Santa Claus GlausHw ClausHow ClausHaw
Hw the Capital Observed Observedthe ObsenJet Observedfhe
the t e Day DayThousands DayThonsands DayThnsands
Thousands fed at missions and asdcharitable andcbadtal9e Jtd Jtdcharitable
charitable institutions
Over ax six hundred hare diimer atCentral at atCentral atCentzal
Central TFaJen and Gospel M IBs IBsBaskets YXsiene esieuis
siene sieneBaskets sieuisBassets
Baskets of feed given a set t at Alms A1m2sTempIe AlmsTemple A + a < s sTemple
Temple Mystic Shrine S r le and a Sal Salvation Salvation Salvation ¬
vation Army ArmyNurses ArmyNurses ArmyNurses
Nurses and patients of all hespitafa hespitafahave he9pi he9pihave
have special spread spreadChjrsn spreadCWkk811 spreadChildren
Children at orphan eIP u and fondling feeadttagasylums f8 f8asylmns fondlingasylums
asylums are visited fey J y Santa SaataClaus SzuaobClaUs SantaClans
Claus ClausOM ClaUsOW ClansOld
OM and grteded sod 1141 gray grayshaven grayshaveD ae aeshaveu
shaven unkempt and DIll unfed fell fell8JMI rued rajggadand ruedand
and footsore 3 of Wasflriostaws Wasflriostawssubmerged Wa Wash Rg1Ws Rg1Wssu1tmergEHi egt ss sssubmerged
submerged tenth tent beeeiged both Nt the theCentral tileC8IItral theCon
Con Central rah Mission House and Dd the GospelMission Gospel GesltelXIssIon
Mission about BOOB today eager for forChristmas torCbrlatmas a aChristmas
Christmas dinner dinnerThey dtnDerThey dinnerThey
They were all there young sad old oWsome oldso oldsozse
so some e looking as If they had had 1Ia Just Justbegun lustbegun JaMbegun
begun their excursion Into the t portion portionor Ortt
or society seele which playwrights pltLywrls ts and andaevatistslove a d daovstfstsrlova
aovstfstsrlova ae eH va tevdoetfeaaje tie lgJIe as the thederworid tilederwodd oie oiederworid
derworid and a4 others who w e eborn had boon hoesborn boonborn
born there lived there aad ad saw ao DOlng noth nothing
1 lng before them t em feet the t e preaeet > rospeet ro pect pectdying of ofdying ofdying
dying there But there were fw fwdowncast f fdowncast Towdowncast
downcast ones among them themThe t themThe em
The spirit of Christmas soaewb somewhat SODMwktdnute t tdiluted
diluted it is true but still the t e spirit spiritof IiIIidtof
of Christmas was abroad IB the world worldaad weddaDd worldand
aDd a little of it had found its itsInto troy
into their lives for were they not D8 to toreceive toreeel toreceive
receive reeel e that desideratum e ideratuJD of mankind mankindthat mankindthat n1r n1rtbat
that which w lek they t eT craved all year a aIMI aIMItalned ad adobtained d dobtained
obtained talned so seldom m that t at which w l4m metof met isostof me t tor
of them considered OODSIde ed the ultima 1 tlm thai thaiI Ua thnieof
of existencea existence a sqiare 8q 1Ie meal meali melGuests mealGuests
Guests of Central MIssion MIssionAt
At the Central 3 Mission lseioB on Louisiana Louisianaavenue Louis Louisenue Lenlsiaaavenue
avenue enue the dinner was advertised to tostart tostart
start at t noon BO n Not that it needed neededany Aeededan neededany
any an advertisement for every evi Q one who whoknew wtaoknew whoknew
knew the Mission MI sioa of old knew that thatevery t thatevery at atevery
every year at t this time the officers officersof
of the house give a 8 good substantialChristmas substantial substantialChristmas U UCkristmas
Christmas dinner te all who apply Tipplra P1J17Christmas
a Christmas dinner such svc as few of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the men can get anywhere else dor during dorIng dtKng
Ing ng the year one with ail the trim trimmings trimmings ¬
mings of the old home dinner and aadwith andwith lid lidwilli
with the slogan eat all you canout can canoat eaaemem
oat = remember emem er there are others watt wattIng waltLong wattlog
log IngLong
Long before the appointed time tl the thelittle thellttJe thetittle
little room in the back of th the theas house housewas houseas
was > as filled with the flotsam and jet jetsam jetsam ¬
sam swept 11 up by the tide of society Yo YoOld
Old and ye young n white and black blackragged blackragged
ragged and fairly f rb respectable r 8Ct We all allherded allher
herded her together attracted by their theircommon theircommon
meL common Lon impulse of desire for torFirst a good goodmeL sod sodmeal
First Ca CaR fer Dinner BiaaerPromptly DinnerPromptly > > mer merPromptly
Promptly at t 12 the big song la the theICTTOT
ICTTOT l wor or hail aaaounced that the leaf leafted ian r rBaited
Baited ted for moment had aftfvna and andthe andthe d dthe
the first installment installment of men 1IIM 1IIMInto ntarohad ntarohadInto Tanrahci TanrahciInto
Into the assembly as eIDJIIy hall llr where the ta tables iaWes taides ¬
Wes had bee been laidIawd laid laidLaw aidIayd
Law Bill dont doII It look line MkeH WkeHMn lineHeaenr
H HMn rnr exclaimed ex nireed on e o e the thebers mom momhers
berg of the tenth T as he e esight eea6ht eea6htsight ht hts1
sight s1 ht of f the roastturkeys roa roast t turkeys the large fcwgeten largeIJowls largebowls
bowls of craa cranberry seen ee tItt tIttof tie plat men menof
of selelY and aI tie tile le sheos of f pldees pldeeswhich e ewhich
which graced each C the ten t tobies tMesYes tobiesYes taWesYes
Yes it do replied r BIll and rm Imgolas rm5ol rmgoing
going 5ol to mafc JII Ie e a noise like aa II angel ojageltoe angeltoe 1 1toe
toe toeAfter
After an invocation pronounced a 1IIL ea by
Supertatea4ant Francis Lokea lAdt Lu kena th thmen thDMR tbratan
men were told to go to it sad aft a l1lNy l1lNywaited tnvey iheqwaked tnveywaked
waked not t for further instructions wl but butkept Mrtkept Lotkept
kept the wasters busy pttte piling te tIt the MRri 1IIICrIeta iaraione MRrions
one eatables eatablesThe eta eatablesThe bIe6 bIe6The
The Menu Was Varied VariedAs VarleAs
As a sort of rat r for the theturkey theturkeJ theturkey
turkey or as the aopertetendcnt said saidso saidso aId aIdso
so that the men would not get afck on onvnaccastomod oncUet onunaccustomed
unaccustomed diet large Ju plates plat of pork parkand porkaad pWkaacl
and beans and slices of bread 1 and but btrtter beIttel butter
ter flanked each plate willie eoffee was wasserved wasserYoo wasserved
served as 8 de desired desiredAs eIIIre4As lr d dAs
As fast as one installment 1h1lU t would wouldJsh ta taJsh finish
Jsh their meat anotli saotkz 3 would be mas mastered mastared mustered ¬
tered in while the there r t enJ went out to tothe 10u tothe
the u anteroom to increase the a ar apptlte apptlteoC > jvttKe jvttKeof pcltof
of the unfed l with tales taI of the good goodthings goodthtDJS godthings
things to come comeIt comeIt iminfIt
It was n nearly 4 oclock before all the
Mb1lJl Hungry J aw JlIIr had had their full and andthere aDdthere andthere
there was left Mttt little of the large amount amountof amomtOf
of good things th which had been in stock stockat stockat stockat
at the cheat of the meal mealMost mealMost meatMost
Most of the people fed at the Central CentralMission CentralM18s1on CentraiMission
Mission as well as s at the Gospel Got < pel Mla Mission Mlasbn Ha Haston ¬
sion were mea eR although aJ IOUIrb here and therewould there therewould therewould
would appear some woman aecoApanted accom accompanied C < OIIII OIIIIpanled ¬
panted by little children ehD Ir8a and carr carry I8rrybut mx mxa tnga
a basket which would be filled with vithJOOCl nithfor withgood
good things to take home to her family familyor
for or it was thought t best not to n fe f feed Q < l the themen tilemen tienice
men aDd women w aaea In the sanK room roomGospel 1O rootsGospel IIL IILGospel
Gospel Missions s Dinaer DinaerAt DinnerAt
At the Gospel Mission 131 131vania 32 PeWi PeBngyl PeBngylvania yf yfvania
vania avenue practically the thescene same saiascene samescene
scene was enacted na ted except for the fact factthat factthat facth
h that there were no tables laid 4 but > ut the
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