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Asora asks. 1t usometimes brings me," re plied Ceder, "to the brink ofn ;aod there is but one rem a mean wois lately dead." '. PrespP7Asora, thinking her self a w~o, goe to cut off the noes ,fhl er late husband, to of a new-found , iigfrom his bier, r~'~ ~1C~fcutting off my ~b~hl tothat of turning the i ta rivulet." SA ~wugwidow In Arabia is disedto, burn herself gliye the 0body of her husbarni. ~alghshe hated him. beaus Swas the fashion. After the andnom Zdi had talked to - ~gwidow she loses inter al~"sttee" and wants to ~gwhim. He tells the chiefs a law by which a widow not be rmitted to burn hw~t ntil had conversed Swith a young man for of an hour." Since not a single widow has bugmed tn Arabia. desks eseM write sarectie ~ gerly about women els. uthe was man. Reed Par ~pm Voteire" or the oii.stuck by his whnher baby was - wa aethis baby. but -~dlfteruee as leeg a~'rfriend wasn in tree w..ga.e a fried to gages en Pae C, Olu aS * * ~'s hGhe IS GREATEST AT ST. JAI Madam. Tituleeo the wife of th of St. Jam is said to be the moa embassies in London. NEW YORK CITY SPENT $126,000,000 FOR XMAS NEW TORK, Dec. 26.-This city today observed the most joyous Christ 1 mas since before the war., It was 1 estimated that nearly $126,000,000 had I been spent on Christmas shopping. No one was. overlooked, apparently. The Salvation Army, which made the greatest drive in its career against gloom this year. reported that no man, woman, or child went hungry. Gifts were distributed in the jails and ng the aliens internea on Ellin Island BERTH4ELOT RESIONAT'ON IS ACCEPTED BY BRIAND PARIS, Dec. 26-Official an notuncement wasn made today that Premier Briand has acoated the resignaion~ of Philipe Berthelot, dl rector of the political and commer cial department of the foreign of fle, becausne of the adverse criticism of M. Berthelot in the Chamber of De Derthelot wsatacked because of hi. alleged connection with the failure of the Industrial Dank et China, which caused a scandal in .Francee._ DANIELS SEES U-BOAT AS MENACE TO ARMS MEET RALEIGH, N. C., Dec. 26.-Jo sphus Daniels, former Secretary of the Navy, made this terse comment to the International News Service t day as the armament conference noir inmogress in Washington: "fbeieve that any reduct'on of arament that leaves natfiM free to build a large number of submarinos will be a lamC and impotent con cluson." May Reward Corcoran. PARIS, Dec. 3T.--The French Gov enent may offiafly reward WIl 1am W. Corooran, American .le coB ui at Beulogne, who ressued a Frem& boy feeos the sa. International Army Urged. PARIS, Dee. 3-Gneral BarraU epressed belief than~ an interna-i tional army conslet o~f battalions of French American, tih adBel g4 would a1mr wedS ,mes Burch nmH S NOTIU ILTY 'ivine Friend" Says She Be sve. K.nnedy a* Suseot I. Under Opel. NEW YORK, Due. 2.-Mrs. Sarah Ford, "Gypsy Girl" and "Cheer Pal" of Arthur Burch, on trial at Lee Angeles for the alleged slaying of J. Belton Kennedy, sat in her Ft. Washington avenue apartent b today and said Burul Is p thn a lover to her. ' fi , shie said Sie Mt a end ke quietly t the ax. =n nes kili that night is Beverly C an. I he is under the spell h=3= Obennhets6 the beauti d~voreip; charged jointly with the ve ago," continued the sag ' "Arthur and : f aI - of true .friendship. le was ili ===== I nursed hint back to lit 'e's jny pal. Now that be is in t can I do anything but offer him chr? "Arthur never 'am and never wOll lowered to plon of a sweet. When 5 he had been arrested for I wrote him Could a woman , loved him have done that? I think not. I rather think a woman in love would have felt a psig of jealousy at the mention of Mgs. Obenchain. I believe if I had been in love with Arthur I would have been Burt-jealous. "Iave, you see, is too humani. It ie too much like kissing finger-tips burned in the fire. It eans sacrifice, surely, but I think necessity prompts more of love's saerifices than love itself. F-sadship Divae. "Friendship is divine. Its motives for sacrifice embody only sacrifice. Friendship is never jealous. "I had a husband once. He was one of these Well Street broker types, cold and Stillmanlike. I dscovered him and went to war as a nurse." Mrs. Ford received the war cross for heroism under fire. But she would not talk of it. "The war," she sighed, "is a dead issue. I don't like to talk of Its mil lione of crosses which have laden so many shoulders." Mrs. Ford severely criticised Mrs. Madalynne Obenchain. who was on testep of Kennedy's cottage the Helping RIme. "If she were worthy of Arthur's affectIons, it she were hi. good friend, she would be helping him Instead of asisting his prosecution by maintaining silence," she said. "I only wish there was something I could do for' hIrn. It hurts mq to think I can only write letters." Mrs. Ford fieked her cigarette lato the fire and sighed. The coun. try wan combed to find the woman Burch spoke of tenderly an his "Cheer Pal and Gypsy Girl." "I feel," said Buroch in his cell, "en if she were uty g tadan angel and I gain strength frm her. If she were to desert me now--there would be nething left." POLICE CUARD INCREASED , AT HERRICK RESIDENCE PARIS. Dec. 26.-Police guardn pro tecting the United States embassy aind the home of Myron T. Herrick, Ameri can ambensmdor to France, were rein foced today as the result of Com-. muns agitations. All callers are arfuly scrutinised and all packages delivered by mail or messenger are serched. SOUTH IRELAND SHOWN AS FAVORINO THE TREATY DUBLIN, Dec. 26.-There is a lull tayin the activities of the mesn. oia f Dail Elreann over the Christ mae holiday. They have been busy canvasing the sentiment of the Irish elestorate ms~dn atiiato ou er Pal' BEAUTY VIES' COURT Rumanian Minister to the Court t beautiful of the women of the 5,448,343 FARMERS OWN PROPERTY, REPORT SHOWS There were 4.442,242 farmers in the Jnited States in 19/0. owning farn wroperty valued at 177,914,100.$56. he Census Bureau announesd today. rhis is a considerable increase over he census figures for 1910, when he number of farmers was placed at 1.361,501, while the property value was $40,991,449,090. Labor was the principal expendi ure of the farmers in 1920, the mount paid being $1,256,401.452. Feed was another item that called 'or a large expenditure by the farm ~rs, a total of $1,097,452,187 being paid out for feed, while $336,399,800 was paid out for fertilizer. tdE KILLED, SEVERAL HURT IN XMAS AUTO MISHAP CHICAGO, Dec.'26-One deed, four seriously Injured, wasn the toll of an accidenat at what, the police, making an investigation' today, termed a 'mean grade croesing" at Maywood. An automobile In which holiday makers were retqrning from a Christ mrn feast, wanstrck by an Aurora, Eilgin and Ch eectrc - lne at the croesin. baa illion of St. ile.Te inued included her fathr CHILD BRIDE TRiES DEATH OVER E~iANT HUSBAND CHICAGO, Dec. l6.-Police sunm ruoned to the huse of Mrs. Sadie Well, seveinteen.'found the flat deco rated with Chrietmsa things and the little bride of a few months lying on the floor, uncoheelous. "I wanted to die because my hus band failed to come home for Chris. mas," she said later, when revived. WHERE HIS NOSE WAS miei 'etiis~ o er.svll whose noe was out off when the windshield of his automobile shat |ored, will have his little finger graft 4d on in place ot the mnsag member. *i Bares TIUPOF1 MEW" PACI 'IS FEARED O.P, Senators See Hard Fight AMead Beoasue of "r r.coffo ibes." by J. RT CAMPBELL, The poesMs danger of the four power Paede treaty being tied up indsf dbe rewritten er res ervatkt a behed to it the Senate Foreig Relations Coma was abesd 4.ghgn the atte at d eticui leaders et the A c :i o of fhe .thp ccthittes would ?J saI o( the itnation out the hads of aste= Ledge. the /y mttee chair' al, it was pointed out. entr Joa Qe. of, Iaho, laeofthe "lrreoescialesa 1 n e the most active of the committee atibers. He aid Senator Lode will most face to face acrosse eeinamttee table, and Borah has aa memnced his intention of qudetioning L=d~e closely, not only with regrd to the four-power pact, but regard. !*~ ~ a evrtin leth'at has tran at the secret sessions of the armament conference. It is understood that Borah also! W1l seek to have the sssons of the lreign Relations Committee made public when it is considering the four power pact and other treaties nego tiated at the armament conference. Wison Was Qmaised. When the Versailles treaty was be. tre the committee, it held a series of open sessions at which Secretary of State Lansing and other Arnerican delegates at the Versailles conference revealed much that had taken place at its secret seions. It also is re Called that the full Foreign Rlat ores Committee visited th House to interrogate President Wilson re garding the Versailles pact, and that what took place between him and the committee members was subsequently made public. Secretary Hughes Is understood to have expressed a wUilngnes t appear before the committee when it takes up the decisions of the confer ence, and it also is expected that Presi dent Harding will receive the com mittee at the White Hiuse after the four-power and the other conference treaties are submitted to the Senate and formally referred to the committee. The line-up in the committee is ex pected to foreshadow the line-up in the Senate on the decisilns of the in ference, the committee being repre sentative of the divergence of opinion which has developed among Senatos of both parties regardidng the four power and other treaties. Hard Read Seen Ahead. There are sixteen members of the committee through whoee hand. all of the tretd m hstpass beore thw can called that the Versailles treeaty emerged from the committee in a hi-rm much altered from that in wh~ Mr. Wilson submitted it to the Se~. The Republican members nuhbr eight besides Lodg -and Borah-'-Mo Cumber, North Daota; Brandagee, Connecticut: Johnson, California; Noew, Indiana; Moses, New Hamipehre; linois andi Wadsworth, Ne Yok Htchcock Nebaka; Willams, Mis slasippi: Swanson. Virginia: Pomene, Ohio; Pittmnan, Neva, and Shields, Tennessee. U. S. Compromise Plan on Submarines Is Seen Basis For an Early Agreement While clearly recognising the ob stanles that lie ahead, there was a dietlaet feeling of optimism today amoag leaders In the arrhamient eon ferenes that the Amnerican estupro miss program en sunmartnee win pe ide the bask' for an early agreseint. The Amnerioa delegates. in being. la o t t di e t Heart WALES IS Thousands of indians Jailed in Caloutta to Protst Prince's Visit. LONDON, Dee. a..-1Osaads of Indlan extremists ha arrest ed during the laist twripoli hours as a result of the thr rump tion gven to the Prknes ' ' nIi arri al in nele=*+.ski a al News dispiteh Ltom that city today. known Ia R etr a~ Oss nw it fa~s to w ewr. su. the streets, the reception in htaccorded to the British royal heir at Bombay. Iadan Rebelg Are to Hold Meet British Placed Under Ban Throughout British India posters appeared today pledging American support in the Nationalist campaign to overthrow British rule, according to a cable message. received by Bailendra N. Ghose, director of the American Commission to Promote Uelf-Government (Swaraj) in India. Copies of the message, which is *Igned by American officIals and pub liasts in all parts of the country, were sent to India several weeks ago. le appearance also was timed to coincide with the gathering of the All-India National Congress execu tive committee, which is scheduled to meet In Ahmedabad. the home town of Mahanta Gandhi. tomorrow, in defiance of a recent government or der diclaring that body and the Kaitfat Committee and National Vol unteers Illegal organisations. Although C. B. Das, a leading Cal. cutta barrister and president-elect of the kAU India National Congress~ and the All brothers, two of the moat In fluential Mohammedans in India, and at least half of the members pt the executive committee have been im prisoned, Mr. Ghose said the remain ing members would attempt to meet tomorrow, as scheduled. Of the leaders who are riot in prison, Mr. Ohose said, more than 76 per cent have been instructed by their con stituents to vote for a resolution which provides that the Nationalists shulA "Definitely asiert and dear to the world the Indian peoples' In alienable right and ultimate will to Independent sovereignty, including all relations with foreign power. and na tions, Including Great Britain." "British troops are massed in Ahmedabad to suppress the meeting of the executive committee," -Mr. Ghose said; "but no action of the scheduled proclmaticn revtenian republic tomorrow. FORD PROMISES AUTOS MADE FROM COTTONOID BOSTON, Dec. 26.--Roger Babson, the statistician, back fr'om Detroit after an interview with Henry Ford, discloses that Ford is at work on a prooess for the making of automobiles out of a composition consisting main ly onsays he sw a mss of the lboratoy and Ford ad his admis sion on that occasion. Ford told him, formleyde, glue and cotton, and was to be known as cottonold. It is Ford's purpose to build a lighter and cheaper auto, It is explained. ALLIED CONTROL OF GERMAN FINANCES IS OPPOSED PARIB, Dec. 26.-The supreme counci meetinga Annes hrJanuary the chist topic of conversation In n Ithscome tolgtha rme ooedte sus tata Ossmadn e qdtia Car, Deb Rid In Tmes Auto By esuesm leat News evhis. ECage V. Debe refused to ride In taxlab to his hotel to day when Informed that the eabs at the Union Station were "non union" and under boycott. He insisted on riding in a street car, but finally acee ted the proffer of a reporter for, The Washington Times to ride in his machine. The automobile was crowded and two women members of the party sat in his lap. "It's the first time I have had so many girls in my lap," Debs said laughingly as the machine drove off. MOTHER AND 2 SONS KILLED BY STRANE PHISR Fathsr Adso Li g1s ka lt 55kluea/sal News t'lee. CLaaVr43rn, Ohio. Deo. U. .ilsn Angamunl thirtyone yeqe old, her to ehDbrin, Wieam. eleven years old, had Jennie, eight years ol, are dead at their hosse today, the result of poison of an undertermined nature, according to paies. Felix Aambr~tlnskt thirty-two years old, the huohs=bd is In 11. 4Aexis Hos pital, with lte hope held for his re covery from the same-poison. A ledger if the same dwelling dis covered the tge elast night, when receiving no reply to his knocks at the Ambrusinaki apartment, he sum moned help and forced the door. Mrs. Ambrsinski ws' lying on the floor writhing -i pain. She died on the way to a hospitali William was dead, and Ambrunslnek and Jennie were unconscious. Jennie died shortly Ambrnak repine aons=Musnes early this morning !ad in answer to questions by poiloe agtid the family ad eaten nothing the post twelve hours that could have cased the trouble and that al they had to drink was wine andten. An umtps y efne 39 mr Amt uslnski last nightshed no on the tragedy, physcan clain there was no indicatin of the caus of death. BOY IN HOSPITAL COT PUT SANTA TO FLIGHT BOSTON, Dec. =i.-In the mail hours of Christmas morning a white figure passed noiseleedy from bed to bed in the common ward of the Chil4en's Hospital and slipped into the stocking hanging at the foot of each cot toys and treasures dear to every child's heart. A little pain tossed body suddenly stirred, them eat belt upright with a cry: "There he Is?". In an instant every child in the ward was #Ilde awake and peeping Into the dark, talking in ezolted tones. The white figure fled and others came to quiet the children, but it was ,several hours before the ward was calns again and "hnta Claus" could complete his work. Wild Students Curbed. OBERLIN, Dec. 46.-Twelve o'olook students In an 3 o'clock town have aroused the Ire .cf the local W. C. mTt U. w hichha appointe a com Smith with a view of eadn that the curfew be enforced in this college town. Publishers to Meet COLUMBUS, Ohio, Dec. 36.-The Ohio As=sr-lated Dalies, including as seton of Oiwilpl h t ida wintermeeting here January 34-46. Cairo Quiet After Riots, LONDON. Dec. 26.-Ciro was re Srtd quiet today following the out ofrio by Egyptian Ne tioa~sa, n hmany were Itinac and wounded. British troops are pa trofliag th elty. 1'& d,2 Hurt in Oun Plapy was and two were useur indMi SOCIALjIT CH IFHSEES j WiN Devote Tour to Telling How Brutal Governmept Treats Victim, He Says. B y MILDRED MORRPS, iaew-nas--s News servise. A warning against conumesuial Iing the notoriety which Eniesm V. webs has received and the hose at he may "deset his talent. to a useful purpose" was express ' g statement issued today by MI. Geeral Dmghberty qtw Or Gos W boelli.Ukind, at onfe sentence gRa d bfor his elease fAtn otre At h erely ba Mr..' v "olunteeed no adve to &and asked nos.. The.r wer. no a.I cenditions attached to his esmanuta tion. His call upon me was an his own volition. D=.ghe=ty Ms At ee . "I have nothing further to 59 re garding Debs' call or regwuiRg 'lIs ae except that I hope he pM direet his talents to a ugefuf purp And I trust that the nototety he sm4 eVived may not be commercialised I .say this because I observe gatherlrg about him and undertaking to promott him, persons who have not the best Interests of the country or *odat at heart. "Iii. We's effortsi pursuing as he has unt now. when he is sgin a free man. a theory erroneous in principle, should not be oonimevciiltzed.' Daugherty announced that he would shortly give out for publication his reomenesdations in the Deb. case. Gets Warm Greeting. "My object In doing this." he said. "will be to refresh the memory of the American people of Deb,' viola tions of the law and to inform them of the reasons for his commutation. I hope It will be educational to sems extent." Officials and attaches of the De partment of Justice warmly greted the Socialist leader en his arrival. Gene Debs, Terre Haute's popular bitisen and the lovable persenality who left prison h the affection et even calloused guars, had worn that with hischarm upon his tson mar vislt to the Attorney -General. Leaves ir Whiled BaMto, ay Debstood or several a1 t on the sidewalk talking Wihthe newspper mest and posing RWpho unset issued by the Attoms enr Deb. said: "All I can say is that I saw W. Daughterty at Mr. Daughtertg'' in vitatien. I am not at lbertt to sat aDebs then wale from the Dpr ment of Justice to the White Eee where he went into conferenoe with Psiet Har1ding shortly betpre 13 Bedere entering the Executive offess at the White Debeagai sub mitted to being photographed. He presented an awkward figure ,ta his. ill4itting clothes. Entering the offices, he eetby a policemaan and askeed the usasi questions required of visitors. Goes Back Aieses. Debe said that he cami 2to the White House to see President &h ding at the request of Attegrney General Dugherty. He wstold dent's tiecretary alone, the othe members of his party waiting in the outer office. Newspapermen oongre gated about Deb. as he aiei, and he was eloely interrogate as to his visit here. "My rees iuoaltiestal, eome to beCr eefl d not ~ tt asked. *No." he replied. 'I se- mest regarding it at GeSsetem et . ad 5a siW nab s 4.