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$4 =1 , '*C. bo 40 S* .am. L t.* asefkl tagge Sold ~ewts I s - wbuh aw.ie olde t d bo.the fa waed bo I*tAM AN .at IS o a nly a fewhes.I wad later, how ba ma an ~stayip. "eexpormae -I&Ilwi gem Sin Years to Sam*e. When m.Aiesflying at a great to take advantage of am winid currents, will mund their passengers by smaSUr sthe great mwbm to earth at rare interval. seky says Japan threat "J4-gA o e Amands a gret .army, ams ,;,M=- ade her flour-pmird Ikly soon willa for taking aver some of ne me..an Siberian Iands A- 2Ai usaisotdpo in hesto ofit 4e ou "oldt toe we d......g.. ne~i tim plain the e flag grt army. But th usa thig.A nay moneemy afho a. T ye aond ahundrtou-d wi aters owar a a -staynow.npae he -dmlin w yarfo sar's hi -1 to 0nd heene * work,.flig ta ra thwing csurre. wilse ghi aenln may smaker te agreamets 3abohut seingky ay Japaetin thres Bu ff takey over some o oSeingterim lads a-thisotion tof t the raaesl homldsr mormortaly.t *ith reod noe t or little aifec is the weal m gut adinstr tsurfoois eo toa ~eeyt bootleggor an at gert.me lanios thing - um~ o ahgeath army Buto ~ usualy th Alwag okney for othr. This. fTude uindfre theu aiehphiiionsfrwr anorp nowInheacea treea asut It canotig aother dt oelnte in themsbecaes *~s thnesr. These - nt Ifo the anver tom 4sl, bttis imp ortagh. 1 4 ASVAS H M I okf TouL M- io .mse Mne fteWesse. To ft Umn Be" Unoev* PAMRI, Dee. 31.~u-The draft of a ulme-power onsatm for the reessruction of 6ant==1 and east ea Mrope was daw p here to dy )y thJ 6 gteraeal financial expogt who re paving the way fw onde Aiat the ffia tIn cans naWeeL 0 the tie bem t to the coui for n orr ISaed etheth of =ciss The or would e supplie by Belgium, Italy, Japan, Casoeo Movakia, and Holland. Although the experts have reached no deanite agreement as to the easet use to which the money shall be put, it is understood that a permar nent committee has been appointed to work out a detalied program for subnsien to the supreme counoiL This committee Is composed of two British and two French 4W ports. They were instructed to begin work upon the final draft at once. The esperts will go to Cannes Mon experts of Britain, France, Belgium and Italy have been in consultation three days. Walter Rateau, G ecoomic experti is in Paris a has cnversed in formany with the allied representa tives. WILL WED CLAIRVOYANT AS RESULT OF SEANCES BOSTON. Deo. S1-A unique rv mance brouat about by the mysteri flue power CC unn spiits ad the magic of a elsionat5 chamber will culminate with the mlarriage of Mrs. Anna E. Brown, torty-nine-year-old Roxbury widow, and John W. Noi seux. twenty-five years lid. a florist at Roxbury. Young Noiseux. troubled In mind, turned to Mrs. Brown, who is a clair voyant of wide reputation. for assist ance. Going to her home he obtalned a reaaing. When he entered the darkened room his troubles seemed to be lifted from his mind. Mrs. Brown wont into a trance and was able to console him. After mnany of these readings their friendship ripened into love, and the'n in the shade of a dimly lighted lamp, surrounded by the unfamiliar objects of a tortune teller's paraphernalia, be asked her hand in marriage. N.YV.CAFES ENJOINED FROM SELLINO LIQUOR NEW YORK, Dec. 31.-Preventing the sale of liquor in the "White Light" district by court injunction la the latest scheme adopted by Federal prohibition officials to carry out their ategpt to make New York "dry as Sahara" New YearI terao hn eea Judge A. N Hand signed an order enjoining Shanley's restaurant, on West Forty Stcond street, freen selling, removing or otherwise disposing of any liquor on the premises er from renmoving "any of the container, or glaaware" ordinar'ly used in dispensing drinks of pre-Volstead law potency. Violation of the order would make Sta prptrs &nd ompot o the tempt of court in addition to being charred with violation of the Vol stead act. Influenza In Oermaniy. BERLIN. Dec. 51.-A mild epidemic of influenea has developed through eut Germnasy. Ntimeus additional co=== were reponed teday. .am SagP TO Wed a ' ' A T~ MISN CATHA OTISSK(INNER'S L~hDlll lDl TO M4ARHYWAH U Catherine Calvert, Announces Betrothal to Canadian Grain Exporter. BALTIMORE, Dec. 31. - When memnbers Of the company at Ford's Theater this week heard Catherine Calvert, the B1altimore girl, who is Otis 01kinner's leading woman, read her lo"e passaes with a greater_ utbMisvetoMS auli C Ath e Cendether A ,noue ofmers ofan ompn a.or Thete thas ee hear Catwohern he oloe Csgewt gee bamt thn sa tlile thought the wer benodse to a h ll, donner m aw olorty Cirruthars In tea n roomw Bhs rsa ea th ks nihe grate rohe hfrac bogu "Blond andruthesecaet as etn oitkbd iss mieverao tMs, Paul Arorongou ren wil marryh Ctobes GogCuthersH milinar pt han h ar vetern, o Monteal thanaa t th end thapen ply Ms hat. In he drssnm romtl "It wasve ear hamgu, togh. I hae my ae husand'miea that wIl firs meholdone Carthe rstae " sh mi... asim thenmoig vou ad hadtbee.Inrte to ar.ou.eCpmrt. hamplain.hICare tree, an a x By Eterntieml Nes Se vi . p 6s * ro JUNE CALVUT FLIERS DRA otIrd AIRPLANEAFER 3,000-FEET FALL Engine Goes Dead When Army Aviator* Are Climbing Near Uniontown, Pa. By IiisMaew News Oftyise UNtONTOWN. Pa., Dec. $.-W"t the dismantled remnants of their dea Haviland army airplane In tow. Ue~ut. M. M. Harmon, 1pilot, and sergt. C. 0. Wickham. mechanician, of the United States Signal corps, arrivel here today preparatory to sending the wrecked plane to Moundsville. W. V. The flers crashed Friday after noon, they said, while alighting some distance from here. They were en route from Wash th motantai at a height of I. feet when the engine of the plane went desd.. could blat theolan hi t et two flers though bay shake wer uninjiured. COMPLMP WORDS AND "HELLO MR. NEW YEAR." Written D Will De Given Away With The Washington Times Teinorrow Morning TM. am atla win a be as are g, as . we h a id -e Pr* hs 11s1ay 04o 1%. amneftr .o a ses.a Wg Isthe a estederute preru 3 1o a Mons natoI" t vietedge e eant r MMMJtercm as ~ W1 The sete-am neies 4u0 = waddwitc td *as he awak ein pas aoftenerWtie prgan Mse the ftr WtW. ve o am n tenempl a A o agricultura, The Sfornd Prnte tat Hardbag dwoin railren rate e hutngy the fn'..**I.,.se. w-ot w.e. at Caliorna ow and tttve nn fot berat toeara maoad atme waf pthed out that -t-ha been he v beepant oagIcutra aw stesfr My monts that UPo2 plve ranr Od ate are hgringt the midl West.,Wi sorWan inn FrNim t Cano ont that they canno ofhv w raes togEetern Sorao. attle of Wste tt aage Ia itey to teen murtitd Mnt bankrpty by hmmoti aregtram 3org the 4 "ar wit a vie t redeong and u.an mriabm gie l u freao t ws mabed proposd wen the catn. 'mn aasroens atd hbe nlo the b"es elat acinaidly gainin ?ranlon aetuta toher or a We. fenesoo the tater ehh wll ith iew to peron a ette and Iwas itdcttat ths ee' nteempantotariuta Sate= for ninyntse mthatr of oein faiodre. an mhubrting the Calipanelaon ts raphdy ganingt himsel a reptatio a omt at~me f the oes hag that then lye? h e waoraced.t "Oh ao swmla dcno hsy gChin ust ield," orHa ndhargrepin "We he Cin will boe ro whcenptheu on o "Aind of they sdo not afoaiethu pont view th ern ca ne andte mrent"st "Iama aa, hie dmi~ttd. TONedgTon, Ohridly Dgc.ni., Notief a "repation pecr"ptonb cod in the oe renlcal eres asu haoled of a goodme$.e heab atun Guestorgbed on te, ho dythat e woujld put wat ainto O, whn we do otus offina Jau-t yed"nihe aMat th~e.e hbre Cinaetr wul enif acet oll poitof mndi hery o ort andep your pointe of cvie, thergr eenor pettl. thea rid oft"he dittofe. FNCPOU EVEYF HURS WARDESTW, Ohio, DeA.RAUT, apInted foete p oce f orisrt Fre' intelirtlonall hnebtensa s a baed of aprodidea hr by Barrct Gam orgay.' ewh toaye'hatndebwedndsp?"thitquet fone. we ae assude office grat money ntice saight he hbrath 'mn eto dy or hues. a hat saent of clhedb wegrs owr pe dopeint o pt ait blacd aron the recordw orf o the igicer.n wich as ae spie too her, e. we is c need e are .r~o y' roi TY BE one wias u semtal s ur Jusft ase aidwas fva tan d theD 'U.U ~fa = U line w hb th ew t fn t au overboard. e Is beolievedce bt k Arow ed. Just as the rd was trustrated, the b wreorte an, bto the saed. Re t rthe Wan th e. rich ofbes !eggers had boarded. When VOUt54 the took r~fg In a nearby r*Mtu rat The agents and police broke ffte the resaurant and clubbud new. bere 0f the sang. but &?I scaped. Recent ris In the price of Uques from $8 to $20 a quart, and the prox' Imity of the New Year celebratioes, I believed to have prompted the bootleg geru to make their daring attempts. IUqur.Ladem Schooner Seized After Stranding on North Carolna Bar or antrawiesml News EreS. The British schooner Meseager ol Peace, with a cargo af Uquer, was smined by coast guard authritims after the vesel stranded on Orsooke bar, N. C., according to a report t whe customs divtesiof 0 the Treasury Department today from the oac guard station at Elloabeth City, N. C Reports of the sansing of the veeel and the members 01 her crew worn meager, but it was ininsted coalt gard authorities went to the reliel of the schooner and found after they had floated the craft that there was a large quantity of liquor aboard. The seIsure has been reported to Prohibition Director Koblose at Raleigh, N. C.. and to' the Coleeto of Customs at Wilmington, N. C. FRENCH READY TO SEIZE OERMAN RAILS IN STRIKE PARIS, Dec. 21.-MinIster of Pub lie Works Le Trooquer and War Mfinister Barthou today reached ari agreement to requlaition the Germai railways in the Frnch none of mill. tary occupation on the Rhine if the tines are tied up by the strike of German rail men. Herr Kait, leader of the Germai strikers in the American none of mnilitar yocupation, has been ar. rested. - The troubles began with a sporadic of local railway strikes in westers Germany. Communists were said tc be responsible. The strike spread until all western 'Aermany is threat ened with traffio saralysis and Ber, Uin itself facen, isolation. The German government is attempt. Ing to effect a Settlement. 500,000 SILVER DOLLARS TO CIRCULATE AFTER JAN. 3 Five hundred thousand newly-de signed silver dollars will be distributed on January a, it was announced to day by Treasury officials. The first silver dollar bearing the new design, one side showing thi liberty head and the reverse sid showing a dove on top of a mountaix holding an olive branch, with thu word "peace" underneath, will be pe ented to President Ib~a. The change in the of~ 01hi silver dollar Is the first in twenty-Ovu years. Package Piv Years in Mail. PERRY,* N. P, u.31-- packagu nailed to a sefh ress on De comber 6, .returned tU W. KikIer ' , here lester day. The .4 valped di more than its favi ., ears in the paae traveted toand hed 11 Unci MinW To Ps* Mrs. Xmrntuld Is o wife of Dr. Joseph faul Noruf form rabbi of Columbus, Ohio. who recently Was !p!!ftd minister to persa. CANADA POLICE TO PROBE STORY OFCANNIBALISM Northern Indian Trib ReporW Starving After Failure of Caribou Hant or Isa.dma New, se. WINNIPEG, Manitoba, Dec. 31. An expeditlon of Canadlas mounted poice left Edmonton, Alberta. today to investigate reports of canniballm smong the Indian tribes north at ILke Athabasca. The Indiana depend cifyuo caribou for their fodspl.Last summer the annual caribou nunt was a failure, and It Is reported the starv Ing tribes have resorted to canni balism. The country into which the mounted polio. expedition will go Is one of the most Isolated and barren regions on the North American continent. The trains ofdog sld bearng food sup the ndian four months. BANDITS STEAL $3,000; WOUND FACTORY HEAD PHILADE~LPHIA, Pa., Dec. 31. Six masked bandit. held up the offie foroe at the factory of the R. T. M oss Paper omay laeyes thehle In an aut with th $3, eealshots were fired by the rob boe when employee hesItated In obey through t ch ahe rechd ot Motorycle police were In pursuit of th bad fitee onminutes after he enough to exchange shot. with them. CHINESE EAGER TO STAY TO END PARLEY PRO W.UMS The Chinese delegates to the ms osafirene enjoy at least one anique distInctIon. They alone, among nfl the deeaes h , want to go tem ie * athe "W motearnestl h b ferenee will not and soon," one ofthe hitnese oels r -~f~u tion end* fear they wilWWb asl.. ft hecfoseb-aSu 4 *; eS The drafts eprts of th five big naval power today stalt work on th Constrction of a treet wh t wMi Unorporate do forenc and define the limits dt the worlds greatest navies for the next tan years. Actual completion of the document must await the gathering up of sev oral loose ends of the naval agreement. but In its main essentials theagr ment Is reto put on paper.h one ou~ eature yet to be de termined I the Question of whether submarines ate tobe"oulawed" as deapaed by the British and Arn ean governments. Japan, Frims n Italy woe not agreed to this fr reaching Provision, and the patter ft now under consideration in Pam ' Tokyo and Rofte. Two Weeks to Oapan Werk Other details to be adjusted w re sent little difficulty, it Is peted the prospects today, were at two more weeks will au the treaty drawn up and signed. The treaty will be written aboot four nain pointso as follows: 1. The United Btates and Great Britain shall each retain 600,0 tonre capital shi , Japan 300,000, and France and Italy each 17 tns, with no vessel armed with 11 guns greater than sixteen Inches. S. In auxiliary ships, such as cruisers, torpedo boats, etc., the powers are free to build as many an their treasuries can stand, but none are to be greater than 10,000 ton n sipe, nor mount gon of greatr caliber than een inches. 2. In ailary sarier., sh Unte poates are freeato Bidi are many stohae trapiean tand, brant nn Iare to bah ioe greater100 tn 00tons in size, norgusf retrlbrthan eight Inches. 4. In tepn-ecarriers, heda Uitd Stes obarvd oret Brtin ae ate and caItal eahp, with noepreateon tand 2own0a tonmts in elace tmant egtches Te iobsre setaly in the atret somec of which are already agre upon, Include the methods to be let lowed in scrapping the thousands of tone of existing tonnage, whether thme treaty powers are to construct sp. Ital ship. for non-treaty powers, the establishment of a world standard for measuring tonnage, etc. Await Tokyo and Pris Repies. No sessIon of the naval committee was held today, as there was little to be dealt with in advance of a decision on the outlawing of the sub marine, as proposed by Elihu Root, The eqypectation prevailed that re plies will be received from Pai, Tokyo and Rome over the weekea and that by Tuesday It will be pes sible for Secretary Hughes to eel another meeting to settle the qaues tiot of whether eubmarines are to be eatiawed. Whether am effort will be me6 to settle upon a 'policy of argaing mqat vessels In tkne of war w c~s~efW doubtful td Geb Itd ein s aayth powers that e long as submarines are persnitted she will eselder i ,wereseefy to sam her mnerchant waet in wt-tmethus eenverting the ole great Britain merchant martas autillary naval ships. -The British wast subwpines s-a~ "piates" a a men dfiened, -al a.h.u th.y Umelv .aa eSw d.