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kr wow aysuat **do Waawn Says Pressnt angule. tis Alows Too Smll Mas n trAmsw.dng Afarm. ce $. Watson. ebhI d osv Kthe, fir dpaet Lasm"4-d ateo tuuhins *o s wre space arud a fire to he free frm.astomoablles. Dnlatie ast meaths, ' numerous carpats le been reseived from captains. engine oimpanlas over delys .get. ti"g Into a"cti. e be'au*'.... mobiles being parke4. t6o dlose to hydrants. Chid Watqpe' has reoommended that the nernt limit of five feet frona a hy~ be Oanged so that at least feet on each side t the fre hydrant,; be kept free ot ked auto nmoatae. Hmne of the offthr als et -the tire department have that a trn foot space on eseh ot the hy tbe kept clear. M et the comphints UI1 parking too close to oriiate -th the business seetion. (apt. Uward O'Connor, of No. 1 En 4Comapany, tast week msained In responding to aire on Street northwest between Thirteenth sa Fourteenth streets, bas oern were pulnlena to move an automobile be 3we they could attach their hose to the hydrant. In sme. of the cases, the fire cap. taIms tated that they believed that the attomobies were within the traf Oe regalation, Ineamueh as their ma chines were parked about five feet from the hydrant, but on acount of the angle parking. it was impo.uible fr the engine companies to get to The matter will be diseussed at the next meeting of the Hoard of CO mas orse, and It in mid that the regulations winl be -anded e as to allow mere spae for the engine comnmeae to get to the fire hydrants, SEV ll.A U T AUTO CiSHES Waiter Reed Officer in Co Ii;ion on Fourth Street. Several persons were hurt, but none seriously, in auto mishaps yesterday. John . Humphries. 23916 South Dakota avenue southeast, was bruised about the body when the machine In which bb was riding was in collision with another car at Fourth street and trslvanla avenue southeast last The police may Lieut. E. J. a patient of Walter Reed Hos p1Wa, wa e"ng the automobile which colided with Humphries car. ,.eo Lagana, 221% Missouri avenue. was ent over -the right eye and head when the machine in which he was a turned turtle on K street, o etbstreet northwest, last =~L Antonio Lagana, father of the bo t sed Injury. M11e, colored, 1416 Eighth street northwest, was thrown from bb bicycle when he was struck by an aeblmobile .at Sixth and East Capitol streets. He suffered bruises about the Lkilee Butler, colored, 434 Ridge 6= northwest, received bruises the body when he was struck by arn automobile at Fourteenth and a greet. northwest. Alea Diggs, colored, sixty-three yas old, 612Deafeld avenue south wet.bruised and cut when ho was hukddown by an automnobile near hin homne, He was treated at Emnerg en ee opitaL. CITIZENS OF RIVERDALE WILL PLAY SANTA oi1/US An ulaborate Christmas celebration, bedued by the distribution of gifts ahae Christmas tree to 100 Sbe held tonight by the Association of Riverdale, Md. ly hewn pine tree reaching hIn to the ait- has been erected in gelosquare, and an electrical dhas been arranged. esMagoon is chairmpan of the emttee on ragements. The ehdesen of the other committees are:; STaMeau, Mrs. Chiester -Colvin; chil dre, J7. B. Waters; band, T. W. Vene meal: tree, C. H. Mikum; electrical display, A. W. Tupper; decorations, D. E verly, and gifts, Mrs. Smith ,he affair will begin at 3 o'clock. A .had of 60 pieces will provide AQMIRAL McCULLY REAL SANTA TO HIS ORPHANS~ gathered around a Christmas treeI tedaen with toys. In the front room o Ad Ms cCully at 1831 I street phee, the seven little Russian gpmma adopted by the naval officer st their first Christmas In the edStates yesterday. Zegs Christmnas found the children with the American naval officer arouad a small Christmas tree In the .ebln of a ship, plowing across the et tiadopted pountry. ltaeo services at the Russian church alIs the afternoon they were taken to emB at the teeme of one of the mem bes af the RulSa embassy staff. sha, .~.. een. tow Ilia Bobs ue sa udae. ce eti's. Sweg. Aoned. 8- 88 Dady . Joy Des; eanna RM ,aite . Ej il atARELNG, IF TRUE, h- hse headlines ;ny o v a very to those who not know BABE RUTE RUNG. s t e d e e nA * A ggUARU. No graveyard ghost ever had half as much fun as that Ghost of G. W. U. Chrletmhs wisbs--fn a IS draw lag by souses /esedte. A WORD FROM JOE CONKLIN Dr b l pseitate of the ub-Mvof iinsad kM ts mesin gad thets o s S wshes fer the great BeardBeen fatally, esns al most to be =sspeh lny addessed to aO. It leaves me almost tnague tied s oadarat a ess for w to convey Christ as li I wnas withhoing might come tq you Christmas Eve. I can do eotter than to pars Wraso "Our Appreclation." You ave s often proved year wish to d a god tam for smother fellow, and to brighten the roadway over which he travels, that you are en titled to be rewarded with sunshine and happiness in full measure-en titled to more than you perhaps wit reeeve-but of this you can be sure, the affection and gratitude of tihese you have cheered. These wi abide with you and nothing ean ever lessen them. May (ld bless you, Bill, and give you your hearts desks for tour reward. JOE CONLN. China's Xmas Is bound to be a poor one, as they seem to always expect "Solanty Clause." OIDONO. A BACHELOR'S SOLILOQUY. I ... a ba.m ea-hol wh. always I ol a" .14 TAW to doti. m I alway s et hat a wife but dM I told an anelat maiden this. Me A lite of .inge as " tsrnSo I ted a er old maid ths. oe mid"o ,....h. t. m.er. Te live a .entary Hfe makes mee fool I mid -to 'n ameieut damse. She m id- Ye ohttomarry."ha rewsm.peW t i Cm BOY IS KILLED WHILE EXAMINING. NEW RIFLE The bullet from a rifle which Ed ward Wims, of Germantown, Md., was examining, passed through his head and mortally wounded him at his homne yesterday. The lad was placed In an automobile and rushed to the Georgetown Hospital, where he died. The Maryland authorities are In vestigating the shooting. Coroner Nevitt issued a certificate of death due to a gunshot wound. According to officials, the uncle, B. F. Wimns, was showing the boy how to load the gun when the lad, brushing the barrel of the gun, caused it to ex plode, the bullet fracturing the skull. BIG CONFERENCE TO AID DISABLED VETS IS CALLED Educators. industrial chiefs and medical authorities will meet here Thursday, Friday and Saturday in response to the invitation of "ol. Charles R. Forbes, director of the U. 8. Veterans' Bureau, for th" ' ur pose of aiding in the establishment of a permanent policy to be followed in the reconstruction of the war's disabled men. The rehablitation division has pre pared photographic exhibits, charts an4 tables to show how the vocation. al program is being carried on at present. Members of the conference weill advise Colonel Forbes of any changes In methods which might be improvements over the current mathoa. PRICE whe r ie4 sea" a Ng And a M~s were ANSWWMINO NEW NUTi. Fans get ont the code of "NEW NUT." One expert. FRED. mays the alphabet was do tisepeee beginning with the letterM as A, and the solution Is: "Wre s hs a o a e.. the 0.0. a2 " a may when the 0.0. wU ds?' M. B. H. gives the same answer to the cede. 1FRED m a k s the following answer in Bode: .l3a N FfIVW zt! i N00 1W The effies goat will be with us for m- mesas, WVEIABX "WLL go ETu OE e d itug ntty amasewlp S e, MV M. 1WNUV NOW !W and his reward ialI be WLWMIC 038W. SW t8E t erasl lif e. s has TfWSILWV 8 QGW__WL7! erest ed a p-eA"tUal tab e t. SNAP, SNAP, SNAP. Every one of us AIS trsubles; Some ew single,, sonee hows dou Some weds through, some go down; .1 get tired, but never drown, I snap say fingers at this, at that, I ook ad se behind the gloom, I I t tha ksack hs oon. ?ThoughMil ka l Toneerow t be d and burled iou can't etap, get the kneck, Sowhen it. lem, SNAP. SNAP, SNAP. PRANK M. T. WHO REMMBERS SEEING A CROWD PUSHING TO GOT INTO CHURCH SUNDAY MORN ING LIE THEY DO GETTING INTO. A MOVIE SATURDAY NIGHT? IRVING L. H. ALONG THE RIO GRANDE. A Newport News, Va., contrib, who recently read in these columns a poetic description of Texas sends in some lines on the devil's con nection with the Rio Grande region: Me the devin .e a trips to l..! ate A.r PM It he ush be was /. . me be wa u. w ter AM =d s the .d with n2l.ea. et 'h ea.. denht hem wth me The ,rSa aie em e t e se~s the e ... .tie .a.. h. te.. te be ths toe f the R i Geade buratteet fot.r 1. the sc.mpien ioed a .nd a few you with toun ty smI~ s t eal right. ith A RMtes hei RNERS nedAK EN Thre aolred outhes teho, pofi the, heaetbeno thein Rin Gasir abart extn the aimentees me cated mlate noghtb e the Fith pemnt.ealrgt Thhree welre youthsn nhor thie fialarmn the at New es aveue and E street southeast when it Is maid they were seen to break the glass and pull the alarm. Policeman George Waite gave chase, but was outdistanced. Later Policeman North and Russell joing Waite in his search for the trio panU located them. At the station they gave their names as Chauncey Ash ton, fourteen years old,, 48 ivy street; Leroy Henson, twelve years old, 30 E street southeast, and Law rence Trimer, fifteen years old, is U street southeast. They admitted, the police say, that they had turned in several false alarms in the last few weeks. SENATOR ELKINS WANTS TO FIND HIS POLICE BOO The loss of a valuable German po Unee dog, which strayed from his homs Saturday night, was roted to the police today by Senator flvis Elkins, of 1626 K street northwest. Tedog Is described as eight months olblack in color, wearing a collar, but no tag. A reward wili be paid for the recovery et the eg, the po-c were told. ER DIST -'S ti* ..Is,,j M m WOR s.G. 'Twas the id after Chasbtnas. as quiet d. the prevtrbil afght before ever woe,* Washington is today polabreths the fina et ite (tristsae 1081. and the last of the teday oelbrato was about as quit as any in the recollections of the eldest ihanitam. It might be due to the fast that Washingtomuans had two days in which to ho tb the annivermary sf the irth of or it vay be the fact that Moet everyone slept To those who life to be abed late, the deterred clebration of Christ mn wasn the best present of the year. On most holidays the.'. are church celebrations which get one out ot bed about the usual week day time, so that for those who lh. to sleep late there is not inmb use In havi a holiday. With t1$ Inception February 33. Labor , and July Fourth, most eey Is also a chrh-going ay. Veteran eat the police foro! said today that this Christmas wasn the moast -eceu they had ever seen. True there was sane drunken neM, but it was malt In comparison with the last few years, and not to be compared at all with the Vol stasdan days. the - said. e a gnat amount of liquor was sold in Washington during the past week, the tirohibition agente and the police were agreed that uist of it wae con sumed in the quiet of the home and there were no street Wanes. Another thing that helped to make Christmas quiet was the fact that. so many Government clerks took ad vantage of the . two-day4nd-a *IOf holiday to spend Chdstmas at tbh own hoses in the States. The rail road traffic out of Washington Sat urday afternoon was the heaviest holiday rush In many years. It was said at the Union Stqtlen, while the hundreds of country resorts In the Blue Ridge mountains of Virginia offered a home-like holiday outing for those whose home. were too far away to be reached in a two-day Journey. HE19NNNESS LIST AT BENEFIT Mrs. Harding Heads Dis tinguished Quests for Hos pital Party. Mrs. Warren 0. Harding heads the list of patronesses sponsoring the benefit card party to be held Mon. lay afternoon. January 9, at Ward. man Park Inn, for the benefit of the Eastern Dispensary and Casualty Hospital. Mrs. Charles O'Neill Is chairman of arrangements, and assisting her are Mrs. M. J. V. Vaughan, president of the board of lady managers who direct the function, and the following mubchairmen: Mrs. J. S. Buynltsky, Mrs. James F. Douglas, Mrs. William Brewer, -Mrs. Guy O. Dove, Mrs. Jesse Lee Webb, Mrs. Charles Cecil, Mrs. Ernest Kettler, Miss Gertrude Davis, Mrs. Cornelius Barber, Mrs. Herbert Martyn, Mrs. Anna C. Shutt, Mrs. M. T. Jones, and Mrs. John Wineman. Other members of the committee are Mrs. Duncan Richmond. Mrs. Frank Mack, Mrs. Henry Clay. Mrs. Ennalis Waggaman, Mrs. Edward L. Stock,. U~re. Williad Pollard, Mrs. Muriel Lynch, Mrs. Frederick Hinkel, Mrs. Charle. Myers, Mrs. William Green, Mrs. M. 0. Copeland, and Mrs. Daniel Webater Prentiss. CHAPTER E OF P. E. 0. WILL ENTERTAIN TONIONT Chapter E of P. E. O. will entertain tonight at a Christmas party at the horne of Mrs. R. U. Stun.. The first part of the evening will be given over to a presentation of "A Bachelor's Reflections," from James Whitcomb Riley's "An Old Sweetheart of Mine." R. P. Hollingsworth will take the rt of the bachelor, and Miss Mar)y yatt, Mrs. R. B. Stuns, Mrs. Wilbur leffrys, MisRuth McGown, Mrs. it. q. Boyd, Mrs. C. D. Gibbons, MIss Marshall Brooke, Mrs. Oliver Perr"e and Mrs. R. P. Hollingsworth will pose for the tableaus. Following this sketch there will be a mock wedding I. R. Boyd will be the bride, Mis. Ruth Mcflown the bridegroom, Mi,. Marshall Brooke best man. Robert Btuns, maid of honor, C. David Gib bon, flower girl, Mrs. Roger P, Hol IMngsworth page, and Harry Gordon minister. A number of guests have been invited. Following the "wed ding,' there will be dancing. What's Do and Toi Teday. ntai p.m TBand 4sameUs dur ing the atteinnenadr~ehmnsdr ghof COlumbU. tor oria chIldre ashiton. Oonsaa ball S p. m. ~m .. QT8 GRFIES SLH lo Opperbm~m Ssuis W a$0eted--4um Sent in Was 09,31. The Ainoiated Charities reported at noen to4hy that $0,1 ha " en donated toward the Fourtea Clrist -a Opportunities, which anrnlly are ter hundrede of needy women and childrea ia the Capital. This sm .s 5.mCleInt to dov Oppertmaltles me. 1. No. 4 and N 1 o ,i ad1st. the tour prewloug s i. There is sti needed $5,500 to oare toe the temalnlagp Seerapotuiis The amounts ago" are a fellow: Nor Rio. . 1,0; No. 4, N I0, flit; No. 11. .SIN 14.. II. ,1f0; No. 13. $N; No. 14 5., On. contributon ame from Frames. It was from ErnesiP. chneli, a offiial of the. American Red Cross. CoL. Eric Fowler's check for $500 was aokaewlsdsd toay, closing Op portualty No. 6. The Washington Mercantile Aaeoclatlos seat is a orn trilastlon of $510. Contributions for the reamning op. portunities, nbw unelosed. may be seant to the hdqatiit o* the Aea oated Charlilse. $ H street north. west. SKS DONATES CLOTHING TO 100 POOR CHILDREN Many Toys Also Distributed by Firm's Managers, Who Keep Up OM Custom. oaks h Co.. Seventh street and Pennsylvania avenue. presented gratis this morning 100 overcoats and toys to the needy children of Washinton the distribution being suprie by Isaac Gans and G. B. Daniels, treae urer and secretary respeatively, o ane Oaks crgatalfnt It had been announced that pre sentations would begin at i0 lock. bdt long before that %oU a line of little ones extended 6~r3' to D street from the Seventh street 06. trance of the Sams A100. Sme aJ. ready had coats of some description on, but mast were shuddering in meagre tatters. coatless and many even hatless. Several policemen were present to keep order. but It was noted that they kept the youngsters In order with unusual gotleness One police man declared to a bystander that he was touched as he had not been for many yeas. Many of the came were so pitiable as to touch the coldest heart. For Instance there was one widow with our children. whose husband died our months ago of tuberculosis; an other woman, with four boys. had been deserted by her husband and now works for support In the D. C. Paper Mills. "She I a good mother." the record of the Associated Char tie samid. Mr. Gans stood by and frequently presented a particularly deserving case with a dollar bill In addition to the coat. It has been the custom of the n. firm to give away overcoats to the needy at Christmas mt for thirty nine years. Mr. Gans declared It was one of the greatest pleasures he experienced during the year. NATIONAL UNIVERSITY TO PUBLISH OWN PAPER A new student publication has mad. Its How to the j rnelistic world In athedton:C. C.e Cr.ticl, hegaff or; pubicationn ofth stdents bodey ndifutyr at he fratnl nve iyLwoyd bu hnes madaer:tsHughs M.peFramp.Ton, ntreasumbPhr W. Ausaticlesirculth manioger; J.b aro d ee P., Toa, Catf C.em her pbis.o spatredat9 *ee that tow bE eain. til Te foUniv ctoer sityC e w t peni tn Ink Th folwnembers o* Harr thpulion: t editr t C.eeC. Mcll egal ~tiss Donnat M" . Dais coel .Benja .i . ostei... s~cial.dir Ausin c-i-- cuation mngr -.Aib )IHYDR Patrolman benpse Iy ' 400 Times Entertain4 Film ane Four hundred young busih members of The Washington staged an enthusiastic and th at Masonic Temple, Thirtee today. They were guests of Circulation Director Max Fenske and the district managers, and from the time they re ported at The Washington Times of fice until the end of a long and de lghtful motion picture program, they were thoroughly imbued with the Merry Christmas spirit. Promptly at I o'clock the newsles, all dressed in their beat, assembled at The Washington Times office, many of them bringing signs and placards with them and all of them rending the air with cheers and happy shouts for the joys to come. William Caton, acting as grand mar. sbal, formed them into squads of fours and they paraded to Ninth and F streets northwest and then to Masonic Temple. The noisy pageant attracted a great deal of attention from pedes trians who noticed on the signs and lacards such inscriptions as these: "We Are The Times Newsboys, Theaterbound;" "It Pays To Be A Times Newsboy;" "The Tlns Treats UsY Right;" "Only a Crowd of Times Newsboys Out For A Good Time." Arriving at Masonic Temple the young business men consented to pose &r a photograph provided the shot was made by Carl Thoner, The Wash ington Times "demon photographer." The youngsters draped themselves around the H street door of Masonic Temple. the grouping being arranged by City Circulator Hollett and District Managers John Crupehaw, Edward Koher, M. W. Hoffman, G. Gerrish and Rudolph Quinstorff. Their Arms Take. Up. The youngsters then filed into the lobby of the theater, where Marsha) Catonl happened to remember that dim armament was the spirit of the day and proposed that the newales declare a one-day bent- pin and tack holiday. That proposal was accepted and a gross or so of bent-pins and tacks of various sizes and discriptions were thrown into a wastepaper basket. Entering the theater the newsles d like a handful of feathers in the wind, some of them scrambling up to the gallery, others seeking seats as far front as possible and others sequestering themselves in dark remote corners of the vast auditorium. Following an overture consisting of Christmas carols and popular airs which the newalem whistled or hummed, a side-splittIng Century Comedy, entitled "A Family Affair," featuring Charles Dorety was put on. The boys howled and screamed with delbt over this two-reel comedy and the snetfy. humorous sub-etitle pro voked roair~ of laughter. Then came the five-part feature u rc, "Twinkls, Twinkle Little r.'' which held the boys In breath less and silent attention. Their gas was riveted on th+ screen and it was quite evident that they were en Ithraled by the inarvelously beautiful potograJ hy, the wtnderful dramati ..I. a firy-etale, ad thea cen Pal of V Suspended EMlms tanton T.mporarly Drop. pod on Chuiges of Two WOmen. ues Itanton, lack Dnpeesr .eubma and mid to the nly a. yho ever uinggerd Dempsey. h asstaggered Uatur4aw whena efled at i uarters eeupaede# from duty, pending In In-tl atf charges against him. ] Stanton was oururba d to hear that he had been accused by two womes caught in the raid on the Vendome Hote. TbI $ street and Pennsylvania seun ndrthwest earty -oes . Their story casd spectr Beain to iarge Mtateca wih esadmt tabeoosehig an officer and detrimntal jo the ddplne of Stanton denies the charge. Be de clares his only visits to the Vendome Hotel were made in a search for evidence in a murder case to which he had boen assigned.I Staoa Stnde six feet, two incbes-, weigti about In pounds, and is thlrone years old. He is a great4 admslIur of Demphey wham he helpedI train for the bout with Wiard. He e,. played with the tmou fighter i. a movie serial. NORTH CAPITOL CITIZENS MEET TOMORROW NIGHT The North (ap.eal a ktlagton Citiens' Ao.lats wel hold its monthly meeting NOmWw a" sigt ati f o'clock at the Umery School. Announcements of standing and' special committees will be made and consideratIon wIN be given ot - lag legslation relting to the fieal arrangement betwesm the District and the Federal Governamm. A venal sobo will be gives by Wis Belva Hoch. Newsboys ed by Free F Box Lunch ess men, otherwise known as Times carrier and Sales force, aroughly enjoyable stag party nth and New York avenue, summate art of Ze Rae, a little girl actress known as "The Child Bern hardt."1 In this extraordinarily fascinating pitue written~d directed by ne.''andei." pr*etty. t Miss Rae has as her associated co star Dorphia Brown, another Juvenile actor of wonderful ability, and there rp 460 other youngsters in the Sorry It Was Over. The newsies applauded lustily when thh last scene was shown. All of them were sorry there were only five reels to the enchanting stony. City Circulator Hollett made a little speech in which hi thanked the young business men for their whole hearted cooperation with him and gave them thei full share of credit for the tremendous gains The Wash ington Times has made in its circula tion in recent months. As the newsier left the theater shortly before 1 o'clock each of them wa iven a le ft box. hopta.-' boys had taken st for their lunch tnt of ter containers wth enthual am. Immediately after eating their lunch they reported hack to The Washinaton Times office, or the dis trict anagers' offices, to get their supplies of the regular edition with which to deliver their routes or make their sales on street corners. Tonight The Washingtpn Times will eptertein its 250 colored carriers and street salesmen at the Dunbar Teate on uper Svnh atreet. I tured film, there will be special mu sic, and, of course, good things to eat after the show.I Your Ne Camer Let us hell Developing a be equaled ei Bring you tions if yot, how to operate It. We carry and supplies to fit every cami - glad toput yur films in for opin an Prnting work before 9:80 a. in., reedy san ADl Stae Robl Develeq Washingtan Homse of t Harry C Gron 1210 G Str4 PLTlELt to Warden, fellow Prio. onor nevals. .. Details d the remt piet, de sore of priones to einese'aisemm )ietrlct Jul were lernd Udes. And lmeMmtany, Wile W. day, erstwbhle beskur, whe Is (i i the jail pedng and .peaI of I hrereer esatenes fr anteed e ' semtsk With the theft ad smepld ties of mhorn than $,001 wee of stolen securities, is blamed by a srincipaIs in the plot for its tratidm, accrding to Captain im L Peake, sunmta m of prieon. a"< P10110 sr Maerss 8@14104r. As stated by Vrnesa J. natly tranferred te the prison at Leavenwerth, 3S7 serve a fiveyear sentsbc heft of a number of aft "I would not be as thif Leavenworth bad it not beet asterday. The delaew preteadad Me would aid n to escape. but ao f oft moment double erossed ad ' 'aPeaks of ou plans.". planed esape as teld 'iarke was that Clarke was to he bars ot Me el and that he tthers in the plot were to leap his cell to a cuaridor, elhinab p beon pipe to another window, nake the escape, The time set for the delivery, Which seven of the prisoners to take part, was during the u ervioes Sunday afternoon In the ti tenda of the prison. On he corridor was a lone guard. guard was to have been senteration by Dasterday, non made their 'escape. At the hour planned for the ape. Nasterday said he ,reund" and sea If Peaks was rhe bars of Carke' cell bad awed and the doors et the Mile were open to allow toth;= mem to attend the religious Bvery thing was in re-aines= for iscape. "But. Easterday about our plts, Peal was wise to ow plans. U M" that nyattesagt to mowe a pstaway ' mean death. a sore edopdorplans." After the religious services (ptata Psake went to Clarke's ell, foad he bars sawed and discovered a number of back saws. "Yes." said Clarke revengefully. Uiasterday tipped off Peaks, and I'l sever forget him for It." Easterday spent Christmas in jail nesterday. He had arranged to get at pending his appeal for a new trial mo bonds. He had secured the $00 , saeesary to pay a bondamaen. and just t is arrangements we bnamade for: , his release. Inspector C1tdL , 3rant, chief of detective, received a ench warrant from New York which "esulted in another charge being pre 'erred against the erstwhile broker. Dasterday was convicted with: flcky Arnatein. Isadore Cohn, Nor. nan S. Bowles and David W. Sulivan of charges of conspiring to bring nearly $1,000.000 worth of stolen e' a mities into the city for nedotleen. l. CATHOLICS URGED TQ AID SUFFERERS IN NEAR EAST Archbishop MichaeJ J. Curley 4t Baltimore yesterday Inaugurated a C Irive in behalf of the Near East sufferers by sending a message to all ' aatholic churches In Washington and liaryland. "Our thoughts at Christmas time ' should go out to the little ones amots the sufferers, many of them beuft'I to us by a common faith, and all of :hem bound to us by the un;veretd :ond of charity," read the message. - 'Famine stalks throuagh the coumury a.nown as the Near East, taking its tool of theusands of lives, and unkoss wre of this favored land continue our splendid traditions of assistance, God I dlone know what will happen to those enfortunate men, women andi ~hildren." DOLLS' HOSPITAL wv Christmas a Is a Good One > you get good pictures. Our nd Printing Service cannot " ther for quality or speed. r camera to us for instrue are not sure Eastman films ra and will be !ou. All Devel t at our store 10 day 4:30. he Kodak tis wonder re which enabes you totake your own pho tegraph.