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Savs Conditions Reported by
Bulger Could Not Have Escaped
Health Officer's Attention.
LATTER'S LAWYERS DEFIANT
Declare Governors Conclusions
Are Not Only Without Founda?
tion, but Contrary to
tllTsan. '?'"'* -*? '?"''?"?or DIS '?i? a?kcd
' rignatton of i>- alvah
"?? r?ot? h? Health ? ?m.e- of the Tort ol
v.? Ti?'k. a post he has held slur..
??Mf, r>- r?ot\? r<?-n? expired la?"t .Ihiiii
Mls rrnioMil ?a.is rer-.mmended re
by Charles \ Rulger. the COmmiS
appointed by the t'overr.or
t^stle-st? the management and Rff
.***,?<- Tie t -?n- ? pays s ' ? ? ear
Ir. his let??.- to Df Doty, made public t"
eay, liovemor Dis rexrtasrs tha ?port ?,f
renunfssioner Ruiner, who declared that
ft ? r. state's qtwraatlne "la replete with
??ridel gross raeorap ? .?id m
i. Me negligence." Th. QoTerni
rldence ".?no?-, s a condition of
.relean Unes?- in the rooms
e-an:s ?-.?r? kftpt that shoe1
<i-rs. of decency and mak.-i one ashamed
? lie points out that
??mdlttons should not have escaped the
HaaH attention, hut whether or
ex came to hi? not:-?., he n
I ? sible for them.
Employe Accused of Emborziinq.
'-overnnr further .??ays that the re
ru employa promoted to
t?-. position Of private secretary !.. I >?
??a? >7*onfer*e-edly short in '
? ? ? Bui B.INN; that I
MM la '? sented a bill to tho
;?". whlrh xvas ?dlowed.
taking of tho n oi,.v vtas cmbezzle
and the ninllti' > 111 collusixe.
This same employe, the
- arged a Ith accomplish
" ? ? ? r s ciri undf-i- the cuatody of
? "'?.' a- <ji.auniliii- Reference
- -? . d.? to an alle?.-, d OV? . ? liaris'ing for !
It -, p r?*?r s from th? rep..it, Mr Dis
nunicatloa xta?. allowed;
k and healthy children tempo
-Ined nt Hoffman Island. !her?'!-\
? -? ad of Infectious <? -
Ida to tii? alleged im
?? a .- ; nd water B?St?>ms at H.-ff
? ?1 unsanitary conditions
? ipreglMted xtllh ehol
? ? ? g. t ? .overnor chl rgOS
?r I'oty failed lo maintain an efficient
Btin? and ? ?
?a which, although there
i . and, he saya "*aa permit!
.--ru taken to
ng with tl ;
-nip Ahrnrr.i. where, I? ts ?mid.
of the psusstsma ? ed to
',>.iaranilt,e ar.d U.t?r cania doWB
??..,.. -.- .
it Is ?-a.d. thqt immoral arid lexvd
< <? ?.r>- Indulged la by th?? orderlies
sei*vaats xxith immlgrani ??
Baya Conduct Can't Be Condoned.
'a letter 81
re aie mat ?er?, m???? ?.?eraoiinl to t
? ? i that shot? conduct tha?. cann.-t ba
?n t.. ?red that you r?
j> ships fi
dld rir?t r-?<?? I ? them,
l recei? ed '
cho?epoA ii, the ?xi-i.-jue. Yout
It ai to* ? 1 - mltted
n o ?aslonal ? >1
i ? f im " It is
? ri...,) th. Hriiinii. that '
( ? ? ? I tied yourself to ?
?-. hon! you had ?.ffl.tal relatli
Itjelaed These p!f* = 'an ?
. le Of
? ' ? harper) i, Is so ma
? ? ?rtious
' est In
? from Hi
-V To a i COm
? ..-..- that nan!
nd careful Insi
, mer? be
TMewYork Real Estate
-,-. et*atad bT inr-o.ne-pro'l'i? '"? l>rnp
?rt|.? In th? Importan? hil-ine.? and
r??lde<Bflal ...??on. -.' the Perauah <>*
? ? lattaa Sen ? ark ? II ?
In 15 year? an investment in
$100 bond will net $190
$500 bond " $950
$1000 bond " $1900
i,?ei*?t! u p*?>H ?.mi-anniiallT .lnnn
... BSld ??.> I ? nr m?T he int?.?t?>?l In
r-.h., hind? niaklna interest ?ork ?tit h
tin.'- hon?!? ?re tii fi'inpt in New
'(, .-, Ir | - rtV,-i,'iir ??
42 Rroedway, New York City.
- ALLIN^D GLASS LINED
I '.'AMELL?D-STEEL LINED
The Perfection of OeanHne???,
130 & 132 West U? St.,N.Y.
* ,fl t%ew
rasy to put on. easy to take
"'f. easy to tie the tie in.
Tro? I r
DF Del ? VXD WOULD ?? SU? CESSORS.
DR i \ [RWIN DR V il 1 ' I ; POT! I fi
___,_ _- -
Ai.\ Ail M DOTY
1 If.i It of N? a York,
! '1 4.
d ao thai dia? mm
detail . 1.
? -',ii)iis1 ?"i al ott Hint
? -t fallut e, ?
hed, io pr? ?
'??-.. ? lanltar] pr< cautlona
Only One Conclusion Drawn.
. ? ? ' i an] p. reon i
planai ? ? heme
? . <"i>Hi appearance,
or. If u ear personall j by writ?
aven only on?
t ii" ch i as ai ible,
y ou ? '
servatlon "" ?id have ]
muai he held answerable
iv for your failure to cneven
? ?'I discipline, rleanll
. ?t. it hin
">... i had ? I "f ahie counsel who
? ' - 4P e\
evidenre and in
Ml might i Mill of
a*hn t? --
lifted generad*. u>your m<***Ji<"**.t atoii ittrae]
sppareiit tiifit ' on fully app*re***iated ?h? Im
portant** of thf chargtM ?coitus?, yoij. it 1r, ?
t hi i,?:? ? i failure ]
get ol mie**ondu?*t. |
Immor . ?'I to your sdm ntetration. j
and ??? the teatim
|1 ? lo n'ir I h<- IsbOfS
of your learned counael have bean able to
I, therefoi - your ?mme-lia'.e re?
oi ii. iftti
? ?' t of New York be surren
essor, m he ap
PHYSICIANS SHOW DISGUST
Or>vrrnnr*r? Artion Qreat Mia
fortune, Says Dr. McLan<\
',? arnor '??? - letter lo r?r Alvah Hi
Doty, Health r'f*-i'?'r of t??-> port, rnnf-ttrn
?-c .imtsstoner Bulger's adv?--?-.-? report
anH aaklng for '?? medlat' reaignatlon
of Dr Doty, called fnrth commenta of r\:o
,..?-.-> co of the modi?
ral fr?terait: In thli city and a defiant
state*-n< ? ?? iha Hr.,ith Offlcer*a lnw*
pnd his ? - ?? as
tounded al I lion fi th
WOUM ?? ' . ' Q
?- nor, William ' I
irtunltj fi ?
n would b. i
not tak?*-*-) ani-i tii. ....
? in the
? 11 v.,.. un ?! by
? ? n of tha
enl i ii. ?)
In the let!? r or ( t Dr. 1 >oty
mrne and Hoffman ialanda onl for
? . .
? ra and that, noi >? Ith
atand n( ? " ? ? aa erected
nl accomplished grei l Im
eni a ' I ' oes to Fit" atst?
it \4h? nhown ?hit tii<- shortage "f the
nd ?' .'??- made good The
fin nil h. a above
nark? t rat. I? not, tn our opinion,
OUI h' the . v den? >? hut oti the .on
?i?'- t appears t ?; iurnlahod
quality und <.;" reason i bis
? i. we i nina lhal the
e\ id'-ii' ?? showed i admlnia
".ur- of ms ntti . haa i" '-n
tabl? i" I ?:. i
lo the administration <.r the ofrloe
f t oui thr. point ol alea of quarantlm
aanltation we are quite willing ?<> reel
upon th? le*tii ? th?- opinions of
v. llllam M I'olk, f't
Abraham .lacobl, r ? i siinon Klexner, I"
John W. Bra Dr. < harlea H Park
' ? i eminence
And ih-r?- remains the substantial fact
I othst rommunlcable dla
been a M "it undue Interfer
n< n with 'nun ?.ur ehorea
r? quest fn ih? ? (nation of
? .t?. he It mvinced that n..
? .? .... i. i '.. fond the re?
-ni, h action Ilia term of "" ? ha expired
nome n> ' l nd be has been per?
sonal!) ?hi'".- i" ii down ihe heavy
t.urdei austalned for flf??"'n ?reara,
lie has n? ' a nuppllani for re
ntment; bul has been und will I"
lai tua t o rearlat what h<
list and unfound***d ac?*?iaa
ii.- will, however, give the matter
his a ? ' linn and m;.ke au? h
reply ?o th.nmunlcatlon "f th?* Oov?
"*n m him proper.
Doctor* Indorse Dr. Doty.
Thirl-. fo latu ..f national r?pu?
tation ad"; ? .it ?i mi. ctiHK Of
?he Aeadem- ?.f Medicine, In tin?- city, on
Decembei U, It will i ?? remembered, in
?? hi. h th' i eal!< <! on i lovei not i 'ix le re
appolnl in- Dot* To theea men Ooversor
aoim i hing of a sho.-k,
of " numl ??i of ?in m
miiu d o. ..i .. aie thai '.' tarai
tine be a the ICeris? Hoe*
j.it.il ?-? '. i, r,.| got el 11 tii'*nt, in
i . irntntgratlon aer
t1f| ' .' , . ii-.l fOI th"
compta ' ur. i ?o? y'?*- adminis?
tration hli laneje. H<
i ha i preventing 1 b? Itnpoi
..I oi-? ot only th? l?orl of
?? prevented. <?>
-,,,. | DU( ihr whole ' "im
try Imi it Ion la und''1 ' hi
.,1 gOV? i
m h) ' houldi n ,iii"H "i '.'u o
I .' .
I | .ectlon with tin
ululioa vi Immigia?oaf Cartstadj" ti"
connu vat large Is iusl as mucn interested
in the prevention ol disease Importation sa?
il is m tii-- prevention ol undesirable allen
Importation. The government bullt a hos?
pital foi the n ????un? nt of sick immigrant
children on Ellis Island which c?r?s1 B.ono.
000 \.? u empty and the children ?re.
mi.i inst? ad to s I bi ra? : on Hoffman
Island together with cholera patients, Just
because the atat? and not the federal go' :
ei mu. m lias Jurisdi? lion ove? i beii nil-1
in regard to tie Governoi ? Andina. -*'1
Duahklnd gave out the following atmtemeat:
The Governor's dec?alo**] speaks fot llsell
and calla for no further comment. The
talk that th? Investigation was Inspired b)
political tnotivei la perfectly ridiculous sa
la Dr, Doty's excuse for carrying on s
children s hospital In the same bi tiding
where be detain cholera Infected passen?
gers, "i the attempt to Justify his practice
m requiring mothers lo scrub floors In con
alderation f<-i the privilege of -cum th.-ir ;
>i? k children. That I undertook the
pros?*? uti.f the I lot) luve tlgation with?
out an) political i boug ? \ Idenccd
bi tiie fact that I had flled the ?*ery aame
I upon \\ hi' h I >i I ?ol.? ??as convict
ed with Governor Hughes almost a yeai
befor? Governor Dla was elected. I had
m.en a personal Inspection ol tha Institu?
tion .-n Hoffman Island In April. IMO, and
aa a result of vxhai I saw and what I
learned in connection xvith tin- nianai,'
inent of Ihe Quarantine station 1 became
?)? termine?*! to bring these shocking condi?
tions t.. licht The Governor's decision, as
' the repon of fommlxsloner Bulger,
.,- ?, ha i ! fully "\ n? ? i-ii No o! liai i on
< v- be? n rc.i, hed from the
niilc ?? ? ?-..:? brought oui The p..-pie;
of this state are to h> congratula!
the outcome of this Investigation.
Mr Duahklnd ?ras asked If lie had aug
? to the Governor the names of any
.-us a bo might fui nlsh s sui ?
??? Dr, Doty, sad he replied thst he had
?scrupulously refrained from indorsing or
?ting any candidate Dr E, Btyles
Potter, of l? : \\". at 7'o h sit. t. Is Ihe
most prominently mentioned for the place.
Dr, Potter la a Cornell graduate and an se
tlve Tamilian) mar. having on different o?
casions stoo? Board of Aldermen
and the tsaembly In his district hut with?
out sucoesa .1 the time Ihe VTestern fjov?
v. ?re paying the metropolis a
?r Dis '"3'i Dr. Potter's name in
mind for the v.-nain?. if it occurred, and
?ras reported much Impressed with bis
qualifications for the pla. -
i.- pottrr replied to n last night
that he ha?! heard no word from the i ?.<?>??.
ernor on the suhject. go did Iir. John A.
Irwin. Of NO WoSi lid street. ?rlin..
friends ha\e t-><-rn nrcins; th? Governor to
el?<- hJ? nfim* seih?us r.'nc!rTer??tt"w.
Dr William M. I'olk. one f,f ?lie ni-->st
promtnen? of those phyatclaoa who ?i^nod
the petition n> < Worrttor Tny for th? TOSXp
pointmejit of Dr, Doty, said hurt night that
he had been for some ?line at the IV id Of
;? movement amonr do? tt n to l ?v* tit? ad
tratiOn Of Quarantine pr\r] |*,fl h?alth
regulation? of the port transf? rred to ?he
Msrine Hospital - f the federal go?
noihinK lo ?lo tt-ith tl?e r >ot ?? .asp r,r r;or
ernor Dhr"a aetlon, aubTJctcta he did not are
IISS He ?
I hav.? been !" e<nT?*#pondence wit the
H ?ai liai Bei ? h? adquartera in
[toil and With t ?? h? S I ' '.':l -ers of
Massachusetts snd See "fork with a view
the matt? . ? i,, the at?
tentlon of an a ?the
?no* arranging fo a A ?on of th? pror
befor? tl-.- A? .-.-!-... of Medicine r?n
Fehruar? i Mena of ?Ms howevei has
an? political r-ignlfi? ?< e, and la
". part fc; . -i. ? ?oty caae
'"? .' x?, MeLane vhn b-,, ,,n ? ,r
Dot s - on. iiung b.
emor'a sction a great mlafort : r Ha
The charges were absolute!* trtvlsl A)
moct the unanlmi l ?? ?he med?
rofesslon fa??ors Dr Vot\ Th? opiv
errors shown In h" sdmlnlstration were
? I error?, of | .1 ... rnnna(2e
1 ??-unk it. andalona ?o remove
r 1 . - v- been rlai 101 'or for ?h<
opinion th? eootnei
office- ;,. Qliaranttl ? as cood as Vr Itotv
lifetime and ' Irnos a iirtie nhmit
Quarantine sffait ' n onl? aa) i am
Dr W -1 dell ? ' Pti ? ne of th? thirty
four whose resolution asking for Dr Dot y* s
1 eappolntmi nt was ? e G? v
? 1 not
I ioo|< upon 1? e : . ilsmlt] to tha hest
ata of the ? n mo? e a. man
whose ?',-??? I n,s ie.M a? ,.,t sfacfory nu
in- Doty - oyrr mm. ii a lone period of time,
d'irirr whl? h no serious ..?ti-..-,-.is of disease
ccurred as th? r * - ? . i r ?.f ? eiarantine.
?URGES DUTY'S RETENTION
"Medical Record" Praises Ad?
ministration of Health Officer.
s coming Bsua ' The Medk al Rt i
Will hav. an ?-in?.Mai praising the
work of Dr Doty, n? Health Officer of the
Port and jrivliia: Its reasons why he ahould
!.. retained The edltotial which x?.a.?- writ
?.n before the Governor's decision wa a -
noun?. d, reada In pai i as folk
i-ii ?mace permit, man) more detalla
might i" given ol Dr. Dotv'a faithful ami
aclentlflc administration which has made
! the \<-?\ "fork '.?nal.mime Htation a model
thai la i-? p ited i>?- sani?
tarians ti" world ov? 1 Ki ough ho
lid to dei - he remark?
able efflcien? ? ol I ?r, l ?ol ? In th? difficult
and responsible ? ?afeguardlng New
Voik and !!-?? ?"-' 1.intr) from imported
epidemic >>i fatal dlsei -? Sot only the
public health but the I.u is Intel ?
the countn d mand that this work I ? cot
tinned a- d pei i? - i- ! bj th? m?ui v. I o riaa
. hi It to Its 1 lion Medl ?a!
men s no? as i ?- others can ih? danger
ol Intrusting this n orl , no : let? d,
. ? and 1 " slbly ineomneti nt
hands, ai A ll.iedlcal profession <>f Mew
v-ii k 1 pi s? tl? all in 1 -n ging
that 1 <r Dot ? l ? ? ????? nted, < -p.?, lall? at
this tim?'. for n ma] be regarded as quita
i-ertaJn that ?vtthln >? very f?-vt months
cholera will again be knocking al oui door
,\,,, to th? m.m n ti" fails to re? oarnlze ihat
kno'k ?nd In bii Ignoranci or Incompetence
a/jde the portal!
SHOT BY GANG MEMBER
Garage Owner Attacked Third Time by
One of "Oar Barn" Crowd.
ii. si ??", months "Barney" Rtiman,
1 ropiii lor "i I he Harlem r.ir.?.
|.:,i?t iri?th stn ? t ha beei.I Ins tin. al
rning lattera from tha "car barn gang."
?ninit? be had incurred bj having
two of their tnembera seal to tMeon t?v>>
attempts had been mad.ils iif?-, i-m on
each occasion h? .-... ???????|. ?l in getting .??a
i> ni,,,ui lui??? ?. 'i he third on? i terdaj
mm 1 m. ra It? -i in .- bull? 1 m th? groin
ti,. assailant, thinking he had killed in?
i,,, n ? ? Dr. As tannest t,t
. I .Mall -m SV< nu- Mll.-li !" ?! I.Hni.n,
II, f-.ii.l Hi- W? m I v?.i? 11.-1 -la' - ? i"??
in . ?ame of I h? raaa
a ho -ill' WPt? <t t" Kill liim 1?. n.? poll? e.
A YEAR ON ?I?
Packers" Earnings on Ole
Casineis Were Enormous,
ernment Expects to Sho
13 COMPANIES IN P
AH Who Bold Their Plnnts t
tional Agreed to Keep On
Business 1 ? Years?Jat
Schiff to Testify.
Chicago, Dec, ff. dhjeotion? by
for the defence to svldetKt which II
ernment aeea to Introduce regard!
? ?..p?- ?.f the Krawood Corepsi
? e Etna Trading Company halted th
trial to-daj and i ?used .1 u
lo ex? use I tin Jut j pending the I
of h-nni argum? ni
The go? ernm? ni i entrada that 1
?a.m.i Company, which waa orgaolied
and continued In bt
wsi "i.e of the alleged
ii?e.i lo tr.-i'i,.i ii?.>- packers' by-prt
n i- all ged thai tha Kenwood <'r>
dealt in oleomargarine end the .-Etna
Ing Company in tin- asma period d?
The government expects tn shos I
Kenwi "i i ompany'a profita were |4,0
in ene " ? ' ? ? that i
? .i with a capital ati
11 i.'. The profita of the .Etna Ti
alleged b? i ou?r.
Ihe government t" ha-..- been proportli
v.- making an Inadequate allowan?
? ? ? by-product? iti figuring the I?c
? -ii.il- alaugbtered, I be pi
were enabled i" keep the i - oflta ?
par? ni concerna aril ??in reast***
according i" got i mm? ni i ounzt I
The objection to this line r.' teat)
? n. n \ ii.. ? ii \ ? ?? der a i
garni lo the business ti ansai t<
Defence Ent.ra Objection.
' \\ .? have ;i : iiiht io know wha
ernment Intends to prove bj _'?m? lot
business of these companies and wha
latlon ti has to ihi? ?company." ?aid
Mayer, counsel for the defence. "The
wood Company dealt in oteomargarln?
ihe ,1'tna Trading Company tn rasing?
w< ' umol understand what relation
haa t" th.* allegattona made in tho ii
meni thai th. re wn? a comMnation to
tl*ol the j.ri'-p of fresh meat and the
paid ?n the purchase of cattle. For
reason we contend that this testimoi
Incompetent and ask to have it exclu
"Standing alone, i d.> not see
re\einn.?v of Ihla testimony, bol it
lmd t" something connected with the
rhi,rK/.a in the Indictment," said .1
Carpentei "i thtnh the government al
at thin time r-tate ?hat It expect
BpC? ial ('oun?el p|_r<-e Butler Bald
En\ ? ' tinient expected tn shOW thai
packers made an Inadequate allnwanii
b-f.producta in figuring the leal coa
animals sls;.?ht<-rrrt. which I *d a ?
- on th? workings of tha a i
"\\f expert to f!n\elop in Ihe trial
the??e rnmranle? ate au ??oix-irtant r-?r
i o pool or pools by whl< h ;'"* p-ir
het-_r.en \fffi .ind 1?', f'xed the prie.
fTA?i-i meet and the figures to V>a paid
rattle," said Mr Hutler "Th<?\ u?* I
t.. -r._ruet hv oro-lucta at a hl?her r
than that at Whlc the) could he gold
-ert \,\ the parent concern-- '
the argument of r<"'?'.???1 on tb?se po
will he continued when court re. ntXtt
Ja.-oh If Bchiff, manager fo- Kn>--t. !
fi, i o . of Sew York, hns been Mihpn?n
at a witness? for t e j-nv-rnm'-nt, and
he railed next weok
"I?-?? th? final report of the arPrali
?nd r\vert BCCOUntSntS on th? \al'ie
the tangible property of ?lio prnninier?
the hie irtergor ever mad?"*" a?ke<l ?-tpr
Counsel Butler- resuming the direct
atnlnetton of *? ii Voedei a? i
of the iT-orninp aetpion
? Tiie reporta were not completed u
after the big merger had failed, and e;
member received a report of it-- own hi
r>-,c ? replied Mr Veeder
"Where ?T?1 the meeting? held at Wh
plans- for the hl_ merger nere i-p- _J e.]
Most oftl? e bul st times
met ^t the homes ?*f th? princlpala "
' Who attended those reeling?'1'
"*i"aricua iepreaentattvea of n-,? peek
Interests J. "gden Armour did not co
often, hot ?aa repie?ente-j hy Aftr
Meeker, r a Valentine or Attorney
<'. Krauthoff Cruetavua F Bwtft, Lo
V Pwlft and KdwHrd F Pw-'ft reprea?nl
Pnift ft ' o Michael an,* EVward l uda
sppeared for ihe fufiahy Fmteraata, a
Bdward and Ira Morris rrpr-?5>Mit<?ri ^ior
?. Co.," i 'Plied Mr. \ err]rr.
Merqer Suqaestion Amused 3wift
"*C\'hen wa ihr lUhJect of lbs hig r>zr
log merger first auggestedf"
"Early In l?JW Oustevua I. Bsift ru
mentioned H to mo Lord Penmure nord?
an Engllahmen, w-ho had h."f?n promln?
In merging corporstlona both In l-'-iela
and m thli ?JOUntiy, had met Q K Be?
and etlggeated that the pa'-king compsnl
..f the country be combined
"Hla r-USJg?**Stlon '??.as that the atoi-k
the eh i tgo packen be booahi at 300 ai
paid for in atock of the new compati* T
humor of ?his suggestion appealed ??? li
P*Alft Me n up iniiiies.-"ed With tho gener
ld?aa of consolidating, however, and a me?
ine a aa called In May, ant, at which tl
aiibje? t area i tmaMered.
"All the parklnt; tntrre.-ta were repi
sented ?' that me-etlng. In tlioae daya tl
consolidation of corporstlona waa a pop
lar fad. In tiief,e day?, it is considerad
fallacy," replied the ?rrttnaaa
Was there no agreement made by tl
Chicago packen for a larger rrior to Ml
H, IMBr' asked Attornev Hutl"'.
"Not to my knowledg*-"
The witness thru deacribed tiir negotli
Uona which fed lo tha porchaae by it
Inatlon ,,f at ?eiai paeldni eompanl?
The , .mi r ering these 11 anas? Hot
R? re i .ad I" Ihe jury.
Veedor gave the ?ieonn of the o.g,,ni/.i
lion of Ihe National Parking rompan:
which area foraacd on March is, r.?0!, an
which ihe government coatenda ama ih
ii, trumenl i>*r,l bj the in.jiit.ii packet
t.. ?a the pries of iwat
Thirteen Companiea in Combination.
The wltnaas t-ald that this rorporat'.nr
which wea capitalised at *tf,aM,tta ***
? i b] Um mtrgtag of thirteen com
pealei and their anhaldlatlaa. and iiiat th
properties wie paid f"r in stock of th
National Packing Companj \ Hal of th
. ompanlea ?nd the prices paid for them b
ihe National Packing Company ?-??is gi?.et
| as follOS s.
?to? k Tarda Watebouee Company, tpp\
Anglo American Provision and K??fi igera
Car < "ompany. "S^,(*oo
Kansas City Refrigerating ? ar Company
11 ?.,... i. n
p*owlera Canadian Companj (Ltd i, fn.tnt
p*riedman Manufacturing Company, JUO,
?; n Hammond \- <'o. "ki.??"-".,!??!
.??i Loula Dreaaed Beef Company, ?-'.l"?*?.
Hammond i'?*' king i 'ompany. |1,< ?
Omaha Packing Company, M.300.OOI
Hutchlnatm l'a kins ? 'ompanj, I
\ii_i" a in? i !? au Provision t'uinpany,
4 " (?II I. .1
i owl? i Pai king ' onipan
i nit? 'i i 'i' - d iv ? i ' 'ompan . I
? i i aid ih.uii'ini. i .-..'i. ,,n
Arm.-, switi and Morrta
I .?"i. Michael I udahj ???_?? uk..u miu tha
'omhination. n. ??m all the men who
Bold Iheil niant? agr?er] not to engage In
the packing business for fifteen years
"Have v.iii npv more contracts or agree?
ments used tn th?> organization of the Va
? lonal Packing Company?" asked Mr. But?
"Ahouf thre?? bushels, hut nothing von
would want." replied th? witness
"Whom did von talk with In vnur n?ge
tia?iona with Kuhn, T-o?h ft f'r, , of New
Vork. for loana for th* National Tacking
Jacob If p.-hlff Me was the manager
of the firm and the whole thing," was Mr.
\ eeder's reply
Th? witness wa?. ?-*uestlrin?d regarding
the Kenwood Company, a corporation or
ganlasd by th? agents or employes of the
"Thai "inip-tn was Incorporated f" deal
in oieo on and i beHeve it did lust what it
wes organlaed to do. it waa incorporated
in mv offl. e diirinc my ebeence. i did not
)*now everything thai went on In my of
t'l c ?? replied Mr. Wcd<?r.
Asked about the ,1'tna Trading ?'onipanv,
Mr. Veeder said h>' knew nothing about the
business of ihr? concera.
SUBWAY CAVE-IN KILLS TWO
Another Injured When Tons of!
Earth and Timbers Fall.
Two men wets killed and another was
seriously injured in a cava-?ln which oc-I
>iiri<d rail lay morning in the I
subwaj excavation ninety feet below the I
ground, at fourth, Atlantic and Platboah I
avenues, Brook) n. Fifteen men were at j
work la the tunnel at the time, but all the
reel were sbl? to reach tha mouth of the \
Shaft in safety.
'."he dead ?re Herbert Cole, n n?gro. of
N" 17 Ka-t IMth Street, Manhattan, and1
ThomgJ VV/Ullams, Of So ?'.'I Bt Mark's
Brooklyn The Injured man Is John
t.umpkin, .if No 10 West Z7th street, Man?
Hardly ha.i the tona of earth ceased faii
inis- mi the victims, when the others in the
tunnel, under the direction of s H wiii
lams, the night superintendent, a brother
of "tie of tha 'had men. began digging mad
i p. r<? ( ii.- their comrades
According i" the repon given bj th? jo?
bee tha rave-In area due to a quicksand
wbieh exiata al tha Junction of the -tve
nues Several car lines inn ovet the spot,
end the constant Jarring of the earn may
ha\e loosened the earth and Jarred the
supports from their placea.
Servie? on the interborough over the
P"int where the cave-in occurred area re?
duced for aefet? One-fourth of the trains
Were stopped ?ii Borough Hall, one-fOUl th
weie aent lo South r*rn. and the others
Went an far a* Nevins -?tr.et, where t'uey
were transferred to the northbound tracks
and s'-nt Into the Atlantic avenue station.
SCHEFTELS PLOT NEAR HEAD
New Batch of Indictments Re?
turned by Federal Grand Jury.
The federal grand Jury, which ha* Item
Investigating the alleged plut to bribe the
.1orv in the Bcheftels case, returned a
batch of Indictments yeeterdsy and was
dlschsrged after computing it?? term of
dury T^fer bench warrants were Issued
for the m??n implicated )n the plot, and II
was expected that the scandal would be
dis h "d In Its full soipe to-day, when
Judge Ray sill hear in the United I
i ircnlf COUll a ren? wed application to re?
lease ?leorgp Graham Rice on bail.
Counsel for nice held long conferences
yeeterday erlth Judge r/_j- in an effort to
secure their ' 'tent's release from the
Tomb?, where he has been kept sin. e
Wednesday. Judge Ray declined to decide
th? hall question, promising to take it up
n 4\ns ?rained yeaterflay thai John Ahl
hrrg. Who wa< s<?nt to the Tombs g_\e>-al
*l?v. aro and kept ?here a? a material wit?
ness in the alleged bribery plot, (? Rices
ratet Neither he nor Kdward Wilson and
rjeorge H Docker who are ai?o in the
Toribs. held a? witnesses, were releaaed
BAD CANNED GOODS CONFISCATED
i-nnd lna*pe?stora ?-?f th?. Department of
Health ycKterdav seized In I dOSmtOS tl
wholesale grocery house ten thouss ?
p.,iindH .?f defective canned tro.-i.N It ?s th?
policy of the department to .a*** to tb?
off^i damp a'l bad foodstuffs, and the
canned goods suffered th? same . onsecpien
.-?. in the prer-cnt month the food Inspec?
tora bav? condemned about MHIH pounds of
m>"at and fOodatUffa, making December on???
r,f thA record month1; for the p_i7ur_ and
destruction of foodptufa and meats which
do nm coma up to raqulramanta Th? iirjj?
amount of poultry ? nndeirmed previous to
? hrl**tma> b**lp?d 'o ??well the tot->i.
SUNDAY'S NEW-YORK TRIBUNF
Mailed anywhere in the United States
for i*? "-.ft ^ veer.
Expedition May Be Sent froi
Calcutta Into South.
SHUSTER STILL HANGS 01
May Leave In Ten Days?Fusai
Consul, Mr. Smart, 'Safe.
l/ondon. Dec. ***> The late?! ifj? ??
.-,-lvod lier? indicate? that affair? In I ?
are .jnleter in ?LaJcutta ?he belief !? bel
thai an expedition Will be ?cnt to ?
Shlrnz. It is understood that the p-e. ,.
form the Rrltlsh action will take ?till l
derjded at Calcutta to-morrow, after a ?or
sultatjon with the home government.
King ?7'eorge 1? due to arrive at ?"al- ntt
to-morrow, and his pres*nr? mav Infln.-iT
the decision. While ?t la believed Rus?l ? I
pursuing a firm poilev In tho Tabriz di
trlc?. details of the measur?-? taken ;?r
A Teheran dispatch to the "Time?' ?aV
that the Brttlfli aii'l Russian legations ar
deflnHely supporting If. Mornard. the Re:
plan cx-DIrector of Customs In Per?la. a
Treasurer General. Russia especially -le
sires his nomination, nut Rritish busln?-?
interest? ar?) dissatisfied. They would pr.
fer an Independent nomination.
So far the response of Persia has l.eei
unfavorable, hut the presence of Rusatai
troops ;it Kn?-hln enables the legations t
exer? Is? much prenHur?.
Teheran, Dec. ?g. The I"rdtIjh Orgia
A. Smart, who WM ?xi, inded In an en
ga?renu>nt between i is Indian escort anr
eight hundred Raahgal tribesmen, bi safe
haxim- tteen btCOUght fmni a ciravansar
wlieie be re.'-lte.i medical attention t?
The iv-rsian Foreign M rdStOT to-da?
called "n the British Minister and ea
presed deep regret on behalf of the Re
cent and government Cor tl,?- incident. I!?
informed the British Minister that meas?
ures ha?! l?een tnk.-n to insure Ml. Smart'?
?ate arrival nt his i>ost al Bhlraa and fot
exemplary punishment for the offenders.
The Persian government is extremely ap
piehenslve lest Cirent Britain consider th?
Incident JusUfloatton for a punitive expedi
tlon, Which might lead to prolonged po?
sibly to permanent-occupation of Boutheit
x\'. lfot*gBa Bhuster, tiie American ?rae
was dismissed from the office of Treasurer
i'.enerai by tha Cabinet la still awaiting
the appointment of hi? autyceaaor. He has
suggested th? selection of i?'. i:. Cairns,
who wat? his principal American assistant,
to ar-t in the laterfm. This would enable
Mr. Hhuster to leave Teheran in a I
lime. If the suggestion Is ace;,red, pos?
sibly he -a1!! |ea?-e with his family in about
The only possible route hv Which Mr
Sinister can return home is by ?ray of
Knshin and Resht, Which are in the pos
pesslon of the Russian troopo, to Haku and
The telegraph lines lo Tabriz have been
restored, find It Is presumed that the fight?
ing In that district has reased, but all dis?
patches so far received from Tabriz are
several days old and Indicate th??t the
Russians were In a desperate plight on
An Ounce of Prevention
f. Pound of Cure
Pounda of Fice Prevention
Ptartir-alsra le-sh ta
General Fire Extinguisher
?. ? , i r.-'( (Xllee i Lf***?rty Street
1 iff/ per rent, of the country's
fires are preventable by tarefulness.
Grinnell Automatic Sprinklers
would prevent ?11 of the country's
Sunda? and ware awaiting rein forcement a,
Dit effe led a truce, which a*aa held until
heav. reinforcements er?
and the Russians ren? fed their al?
St. I'ctersing De. ?}?-Th?* appointment
of a Russian QoveraoT ?nd chief of police
tor the ctty e.f Tabriz, tn Persta. snd tha
assumptioa hy ?be Ruaataaa ot the finan?
cial control of municipal affaira there to
gethet ?vith the Institution of ex. 1 : dvely
Rusalaa courts <>f law, are foreshadowed
t'-da- tn the semi-official "Novo* Vreroya."
F'unishmr.-it ta 111 he met??d out to the
fi-ralans. This Is not tne moat difficult
problem to be solved A t_??k which la
more complicated and equally imi?ortant ta
-tiudii'tioii Into Persia by Russlar
authority of a severe and lirni. but just.
admlnUtratl' n. The p?*r-?lans must remem
her the blood: week of Dce??mber and stay
the advance on the Riissbui troops, not.
onl] bv an Iron repression of me revolt,
but b* the establishment of an orderl**
system, not onl] bj fear hut hy giaUtussj.
The more definite -t.i - - men? of th")
"NtHoe VYemya" ensues on a semi-official
statement laaued by the go\ernment, which
'hat "in view of a.*-t? of foeihardv ag
gresslon committed again?? the Russian
and institutions In Tabriz. Reiht and
Knzell, follosred In some caaes by brital
torture of th? rtded and base outrages
on the deed," the government had decided
to severe!? punish the guilty, and had In?
?traded th? Rosetas commanders to ad ?pt
the moat "-'rincent measures.
Wholesale arrests and trie's hv rourt
martial of participants in the attar*,*, on the
in ;r,..,. are to take nla?-e, while tha
? constitutionalists are to he. dtesnned.
London, I1?' 2?. -The Foreign Office "*?
!" 1 .? absolutely without warrant ?nd
; entirely Incorrect the statement circulates
In the Coifed States that th? British gas?
; ernment had sent an ultimatum to Ruvsl*
demanding the immediate ceoaatloa of the
ravagea ?t the Cosaaea hi Persia.
; LET CONTRACT FOR MUSEUM WING
j The Park Board awarded yei erdej the
contract for the excavation work nee-.-?.
| aery to lay th? foundation for the prapeaad
wing of the Amcrian Ifneawn
j of Natural History Many bids wer? r?
1 ceived. The contract was awarded to
1 Benedetto ?_ fcir-an. whose hid was for
lla.fO*. According to Dr. Frederick Lucas.
dlrctor of the museum, the proposed
1 southeast wing, for which the sum of MW.
.i i- available, alii contain ;i whale hail
?nd a hall of oceanography. Work on th*?
contract lust let will be begun at once,
Perk Commissioner stover said yssterdsy.
? Il, III
Intending purchasers of furs of good quality
should await the announcement of our An?
nual Gearing Sale, which will contain un?
usually good values in both rich and moder?
ate priced furs.
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