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THE SUN, SUNDAY, MAPwCII 29, 191
FIGHT TO DEATH
. ON IN TORREON
Continued from Firtt I'nu'.
eer ril soldier he capture, lie de
clared that Uen. Vtlneeo H one of the
bravest men he ever fought.
A, report wa circulated In Jutiret to
night that flnoul Madero, brother of the
late President of Mexico nnd a member
of the rebel atftff, win seriously wounded
In, the n (filling. Thin I not confirmed. It
1 known that Madero's horse was silled
under him yestrrdny.
Three huipltul trulni have left ctomez
Palaclo alnoe yesterday morning, carry
ing 460 seriously wounded soldiers to hos
pitals at Jlmlnex and Chihuahua.
In Momcx l'alaclo the Inhabitants were
en the verge of atarvatlon when the r hels '
took the town. Oen. Villa sent n tel!-
gram to headquarters In Juarex Satur
day morning ordering carload lots of rlc
sugar, coffee, flour nnd beans at once
to relieve the hungry In the town mid
Mappllea to lie Duty Free.
Villa said ft rommlsslon of mfrchsnli
would leave the town at once to bu
supplies, tlen. Villa directed that the
purchases made on the American aide
by the Gomez l'alnclo merchants he ad
mitted duly free and that every facility
bo uffonled them to get their supplier
The refusal of (Jin, Oarraiu.i to a
cept the train sent south from JuarejH
to meet him will delay the arrival of
"the Hupremn Chief of the ltevolulloii'
in Juarex until Sunday nfternoon.
It Is explained by tlen. Manuel Chao
and others who went to meet the chief
that he merely wishes to make the Journey
on horseback as a matter of pride, hut , bo u IroKr(ao llRVnit forccil t)lem from
there are othera who believe he has a dlf-, h , noilllo nt 0o. cocllla. on the road
.1 ' " '
WILSON TRIES TO
EASE THE STRIFE
Continue! ram Flrt I'uur.
otes taken In the House show that the
Administration Is In complete control of
the situation there. The Indications are
that the Administration bill will be passed
by tho House on Tuesday or Wednesday
by a majority In excess of CO.
A hill Introduced by .Senator Owen of
Oklahoma to repeal the tolls exemption
clause Is the only measure that Is before
Hc-nalnr u'(!orman'B oomiultlec.
While It Is believed that "the Admlnls
tratloti Is In control of the situation In
the Henate. there Is a stronic ItathtlliK
minority. The opponents of repeal had
an iiw.selon to-duy In Henator Vardamun
of .Missouri, who has parted company
with hit colleague, Henator Williams.
' Mi Haiti's utlltudo In the Mexican sltua.
tl.n In their must Intimate relation to
iicli ither. , i
"Apparently thing were coming tin
Hrltlsh way," said Mr. Knowland with (
sarcastic Intlectloii. "Ha there been n
trade? Ii the I'anuina Canal the price fo
the elimination of Huerta7
"An apparent error In Judgi ient In ,
the handling of the Mexican situation has
necessitated the latest move, or nt least
the I'resldent'a recent address to Conirre.is
so Indicates. The moat charitable thing j
to say Is that tho President has bet n
Mr. Qrey of Indiana, a Democrat ; Mr.
Maddfn of Illinois a llepubllcnn, and Mr.
Steenerson of Wisconsin, a Republican,
followed Mr. Knowland lrl brief speeches
In support of th Administration's pusl
tlnn. Ileprtsentatlve Kltzerald of New
York, a Democrat, opposed the bill. i
nfir-TTTfrtmnirfHir-fiirn'i- nrYnrniinium 1 1 trr,iif -r,,mmmmmmmmmimmmmttm
GEN. VELASCO, WHO ONE REPORT SAYS HAS KILLED HIMSELF.
SENATORS TALK ON TOLLS.
ferent reason. It Is still fresh In the
minds of many that Abram Ooniales,
Governor of Chihuahua, took a special
train sent to Chihuahua for him by
Huerta a few months ago and "fell be
neath the cars and was killed" on thu
way to Mexico city.
Villa la known to have wired Carranza
to lend him the thousand troops that uc
eomoanled the "supreme chief" from
Bonora for operations against Torreon. ,
Villa's agents sent two trains south from
Juarez fur these truotn yesterday, but
they have not brought them up. The sup- Traan la L'haraed With Kldnapplnir
position Is that Carranza prefers to stay of verajara.
where he can be with his soldiers and
wefers his soldiers to stay with him. at ' AfSTlN, Tex., March 28. (Jov. Colquitt
least until he gets Into Juarex and fully made public to-day a letter received from
to Altamlna. Hurry , orders wire Issued
to the American gunboat Dolphin and
she s.illed at once for Tamplco.
John I.lnd, the special representative
of President Wilson, and his wife wire
i;uests to-night aboard the battleship
PEACE OFFICER ACCUSED.
satisfies himself of conditions.
VELASCO CRIES VICTORY.
Xopnrt lu Blnnejnet Capture of All
SsvW.il Cbl Ditpt( I Tns 8ck.
Mexico Citt, March 28. Gen. lilanquet.
the State Department at Washington to
the iffect that Consul Oarrett at Nuevo
Laredo rrported that a Texas peace offi
cer who Is connected with the Huerta
Government In an 0Mcl.1l capacity vua
Implicated In the kidnapping of Clemente
Vergara, the American uho was hanged
by Mexican Federal troops.
The Governor united thu fltate Depnit-
ment to have Consul Garrett make ultl-
lniiineratlc leaders were somewhat con
cerntd to-day owr the Introduction In
the Houie of a nsolutlnn by llepresenta
tte Knoulund of California, the principal
Ilepubllcan oppu;ielit of the tolls bill, btar
on the International aspect of the case.
In the President' message on tho sub
ject h suggested that unless, the repeal
bill was pasded ho would not' know how
to ilea) with the larger uuestlons of Inter-
nat iinal concern. Mr. Knowiaim miru
duced u resolution calllioc on the Presl-
. . - . . a. 1 1 .11.. I...
ucnt to lorwaru to uio mnwr hu miuu
matle. correspondenco with Great Hrltaln
In hh ioss salon and In the hands of
tho Secretary of State concendne the
Pannma Canal tolls question.
The Democratic leaders to do not relish
this resolution of Inquiry "The chances
are that they wilt plirionholu It In the'
House Committee on Foreign Analm. to
which It was icferred. I
Kverybody connected with the Admlnls-
trat'.orl 1 coulldeiit that the Senatu will
follow the lead 'of the House In passing 1
the repeal bill. Polls of the Senate point
i to favorable action.
1 11 Debate on tho Administration bill will
be resumed In the House Monday. The
fornla. In custody several daya ago nnd 0I,y leader of prominence yet to be heard
was held as a .prisoner lu a military bar- 1 1. Unrulier Clark. He will mubably speak
rucK on a cnarge or provisioning tne reo- ul, Tuesday,
els, also has been recused. The author!-
Hoke Nmllh Una at Iteport.na Canal
Wasiiinoton, March 2s. There was a
brief iflscuilslou lu the Senate tu-day on
Pananui f'ntial tolls legislation, Senator
Hoke Smith of Georgia asked for the
reading of the report by Prof. Henry It.
Johnson of, the , University of Pennsyl
vanla which was prepared and published
In President Taft's AdmlnlstrAtlou.
Prof. Johnson ,waa an expert employed
by tho Ooernment to report on tin; prob
able tonnage that would pass through the
csrtil and Senator Smith thotixht his re
port wfti a powerful argument In favor
of the lepeal of the tolls exemption li;ls-
. I latlon.
Senators nrlstow. William Ahlen Smith
and O'Uoriuan took turns In attacking
the report ami finally Senator O Gorman
made the observation thut Prof. Johnson
had ben delivering lectures on Intel na
tional peace under pay from the Carnegie
HOTEL MEN TO TOUR EUROPE.
"ZXTllt "Kaln,t ," : MAN SPEECHES IN HOUSE.
Tho United States Consul at Matatlan
has taken up the case with Washington. ! Hrpresenlatlrr !lllet, ItrpubHcnn
Crossthwalte blames personal enemies fori
his urrcsu I Assails Korrlmi l'olle.
I WASHtNOToM, March 2. -Uepresent-
VIT.T.A'S WIFE HIS DEPUTY. 1 atlve Olllett of Massachusetts, a Kcpubll-
UOO Uonlfnr-es Will l.rmr After An-l
nunl llellnlon Here. '
When tho North German Moyd liner
George Washington, which -alls from (
Ilremnn to-day, starts on her return trip i
to Hurope on April 1 he will carry I
away more American nolo! mm than ever
have sailed In one liner. There will be
200 of them and they will 1m ateo ut from
then shores forty-eight daye. Un the two
days Just preceding the departure of the
ship about i)00 hotel men from all parts
of this country will meet heio for their
thirty-fifth annual teuiuon.
lMward M. Tlerney uf the Arlington
Hotel. Hlnghamton. Is chairman of the
Kuropean tour committee nnd will he
helped In his work by Charles II. Gehrlnjr.
managing editor of the New York Until
t.S TABLISHth If Mi' ,
Coats and Wraps
Our new department for outer gar
ments is in constant touch with our
Paris house, and Revillon Coats and
Wraps, like Revillon Furs, embody the
latest and most authentic features of
We are showing a great variety of
models for street, sport, travel and
evening wear. Many very attractive
styles are decidedly moderate in price.
19 West 34th St., New York
FARIS MONTREAL LONDON
can. lu to-day's Housed, bate on the canal iVfrr ,tri.flr- ,,,. of thl. alm f th).
tolls quistlon set tortn in vigorous itrnu
the attitude of the proKncnts of repeal,
who take Issue with the President, not
upon 'the ethics or Justice of the repeal.
but upon tho method employed by the
On each side and In the rear In gold
letters are the words:
'Viva el General Panchn Villa,"
She declared she was going Into the pro
cession of welcome to Gen. Carrania at
Juarex to-mortow and does not Intend to
have her husband overloked In the ceremonies.
the Minister of War, received n despatch I aavu to ti e cnarge ami nns intonnca
.ki. , .,. v.i,..i ih. Sectctary llryan that he will direct the
this afternoon from Gen. Velasco. the ( Atlornev.t?M1).ri,, , vrovevd , onc
Federal commander at Torreon, reporting aran,t the man.
that he had captured all the rebel ar-, Gov. Colquitt has sent to Secretary
tillerv. 1 llryan a repoit of an Investigation of the
. . , . ,, charge made a short while ago. In this
Detailed news from To.reon I, still ff)ort ,,. Ir iCe m.er rorn,,unfl, (lf
lacking, but Secretary of the Interior Al-1 quoted as saying that "cettaln United i
cocer aald to-night that President Huerta Slates GoviTimunt otllclals are duliiK
told him at 2 o'clock this afternoon that 1 wiontr."
... u... -I "At this point." Gov, Colquitt s.ijs. "I
repots o. r.uu ... uk(, XUi n . to thRl muph nf th .
trouble on the Itlo Grande in the past has
been fomented by persons In tho employ
uf the United States Government."
If the peace officer complained of Is now
the agent and representa'lve of tile Mexi
can Government Gov. Colquitt asks why
does not the State Department direct that
CARDEN DELAYS RETURN.
war untrue. The Prisldent said
MTou can assure the newspaper men
Ud every one else that the rebel attack
wai a complete failure. Gen. Moure Is
at flan Pedro, forty miles from Torreon.
with 2,000 men. More than 2,000 addi
tional troops started from Saltlllo for Tor
reon to-day and 1.G00 men left San Luis
Potosl for the same place. Gen Manss
with 800 men has arrived nt Torreon from
Saltlllo. Gen. Garcia Hlitatgn, with 1.000
men will leave here to-morrow and Gen.
Pollta, with 1,600 men left here for Tor
reon this nfternoon, We will sweep the"
rebels to the north and pursue them with 1
an overwhelming force." I
The officials of the National Railways 1 Mr K.I aril Grey Aska Minister
report that there are no trains between .Mesli-o to Walt.
here and Tamplco because the rebels are
west of that city. Secretary of the In
terior Alcocer aald there have been only
light skirmishes atout Tamplco lu which
one Federal toldlor was killed, Six hun
dred Federals entered Tamplco to-day
from San Luis Potosl and 2,000 more will
be ent from other places. Senor Alcocer
added that telegrams received to-night
report that tho rebels had made another
attack, this time from the east. Tho
attack was less severe than those from
tha north and northwest. The rebels
War easily driven off and dispersed.
tlrrferal Wuu't Be Overlooked In To
dn's W-lcoiup lo Carrsais.
Paso, March 28. Mrs. Pancho
Villa appeared In KI Paso and Juarex
fn.lllvht Id nn i. Htnmnlilla. will, .l.rtr:i
tlons making It look Itko a house on fire. ' President to force an apparently unwill
ing Congress to assent to his contention.
Mr. Glllett characterlfcd the Panama
message of the President as it noble up
ptal on the grounds of economic principle
and the treaty rights of other Interested
nations for the repeal of un unjust and
"The fatal weakness of tho foreign
policy of this Administration," eald Mr.
Glllett, "has been that It udopta Its
opinions heedlessly, basing the i upon the
exIgencliH of the Instant of their adoption
without a moment's study of the conse
qui lies with nhlch the adoption of such
opinions is fraught and taking these
steps at u time wh.n fonslght would
havu avoided the subsequent lOinpllca
liuns." The itebatn opened with, a khurl speech
by Representative Harrison of Mississippi,
n Driuocral, .qnwaed to the repeal- bill,
who lonllned his speech to llnk.ng tha
tolls exemption with the other legislation
of the Democrats providing tor tho 1m
provriiunt of roads, the building of
Alaskan railway, Improvement or Inland
rivers and harbors and the Initiation of
an intercoast water ay proj.ot.
tour is to establish a clonir relatloimh p
between American and Kuropean hotel
men. Sir Thomas Dewar will dine the
hotel men In London, the city of Cologne,
will receive them and dine them ofTio ally
and Presder will do likewise
TO MAKE FLIGHT HERE
.'resident of (Juutcinnlii Kx
presscs Desire to Join
The 2t0 foot dirigible Austria, which
la said to luivi found favor with a rep
resentative of the United States Nnvy
NIECE DEAD, INVITES ARREST. ,
I rittsbnrK Man Held on Order After
OeTerlaa; to Purrrntlrr,
A nun describing himself as Harry D
Obernour. 21 years old, a aalc-unan. living
In H street, Oakmont, a suburb of Pitts
burg, entered the d.tectlves' room at
Police Hendquarters last night and arked
L'eut, McNally If any request had been
received from Pittsburg for his arrest lu
connection with the death of his nl.ee.
Miss llessle Obe-nour. 21 years old, at
Oakmont on Widnesday last,
Obernour said hr underslood a war
rant had been Issued "for u friend" 3f
Mls Obernour, and although there was
no reason for an uccin itlon to b made
agslnt him, he said he was ready to go
back nt any time.
mutb ii-j. nunc t'rudi tin vii. unri . .11.. . . . t . .., .
prosecution be Instituted against him for 1 'i,J,nf"Ii ni ,L
violation of the Federal statutes' V. f.om . m,b ?.cc?,r'"n". t0 ,.t,,.?rn'r
"I stand ready to cause the Institution ' ''' ; . ? ; i
of proceedings to remove him from office." heud.piarters of the Aero Cub of America .
aas the Governor. "If ou will have Con-' y ...,,, .,., ,,, .,, ,
sul Garrett or any other person make . "r- I.u'ssjnski will take the dirigible
enniiil.ilnl nirulnst hl.n nn. which wn run r i.ipvieiu. oere im .-. ..rninKiog
for a concession, and he Is trying to make
arrangements to tly It In New lork this
summvr bclor.. taking It to the coast. Tha
I L nr.e.l States Clival Attache In Home was
recently asked to Inspect this dirigible and
is said to have reported favorably.
i The huge air cntt has made a dozen
suc.esNful lllghts, attaining an altitude of
, .1,1100 feet and carr) Ing twenty persons.
(It tost 1150.000 to build, its owner says.
,Mrlil CuM Httpnteh to Tns Pin
lyOvnoN. March 2. Sir Lionel C.ird-n, un,i n Insured with Lloyd's for 115.000,
the tlrltl'li Minister to .Mlcn,
to leave for his post to-dty
Mr. gtetras'e Xprrch.
One of the most Important speecheo of
the day and certainly the most exhaustive
thus tar delivered on the side of the
Administration's lonLitlioii was made by
Iteprcseutntlvo Stevens nf .Minnesota, n
Republican. Mr. Stevens said :
"If the Unlt.d Statia shall Insist upon
a course of discrimination and use of
the canal upon unequal terms It Is evident
thut nseiitment will arise and In
cr.ase. Thoso who howl patriotism
loudly anil do s we please with out
own and now lay down American doc
trine as to American wsterwajs, foiget
Dtrtig the past week c
have aMed nv new Models
t m collection, in which arc
showa tN Nst cxaHplts of
their ztt irm Gallon PiqhIh.
Drecall, Freaet, Ghtnti, Beer,
dcoraene, BiHts. Bernard,
Doicet, JeMv. ni Bergaorf
Voir MtHri I trJUIIv litlitd.
"I will be at the Hro.ldway Central
Hotel," he said, "wh'ru you can find m
If )uu want me."
Later In tho night u telephone inc.
sage came from Pittsburg that Ober
nour was wanted there, and Lieut. Fun
.ton nnd Itetectlve Murray arr. sted him
Obernour was locked up at the Mercer
Menlntfttt on Uarliarussa.
A man with spinal meningitis orlsln.i
hound for Canada came to thl1, port
terday aboard the steamHhlp llarbar..
from Hremen by the way c Halifax s I
wan taken caro of by Health Off
O'Connell, The Halifax authorities r
fused to let the 111 man land, to hf
brought on to New Tork.
who wiu President Manuel Kutnula Cabrera of their nation's history and foiget wh.it
nnstnoiied 1 Guntcm.i.a wants to Join the Aero Club
,,, , t, ... t-, i-i oi America. .-. r. jerwan. cniei inspector
departure ut the r.quest of Sir Ld- , .. .,.., r,.i, ,. ',,,
ward Grey, thu Foreign Secretary. ' from nm tu tbl4t l((t,ct rsterd.i. ll.s
John W. He Kay, former president of decision came about through the favorable
tho Mexican Packing Company, who hail reports of American aviation brought back
not heard of the i.ostooncment. waited ! b' I", Nnnlnnl. who learned to tly
at Ruatnn Station to ee the Minister off
De Kay told an Interviewer that ho hail
bought a large quantity nf arms and
iat the Molsant school recently.
' WRIGHT FAVORS WORLD FLIGHT.
immunttlon for President Huerta with
i 7,000,000 which he had ralsul In Europe
Ramon Corona, Governor of the Federal "as a protest against America's course
district, waa removea io-uay uecause oi hcu.jh iuru .uexuu. i who
Uelteies Careful Atlatur Can Ulralle
RosTO.N, March 28. Orvllle Wright.
was here to-day.
10,000,000 rounds of ammunition, modern I make the round
rifles and other munitions,
De Kay said Prtsld.nt Huerta told him
that It would reqilre 250.000 American
uldlers to dislodge him.
friction with his superiors. 1-Muardo The arms consist of 230 Trench cannon, opinion that It waa not Imlmeslhle to
Iturblde, a great land owner and a mem
ber of the distinguished Iturblde family,
succeeded him. Senor Iturblde Is a very
Intelligent man who Is strongly pro
American. A crowd of 400 pctsnnu gathered nt 7
o'clock this evening In fiont of the ofllea
of 1 mpatchil, u Government organ, cry
ing "Down with the uniform." The dem
onstration was Intended as u protest
against militarism. The pollcu dltpersvd
HUERTA FREES AMERICANS.
the world lllaht for
which 1300,000 has been olTcnd In con
.l.ctlon with the Panaina-Pacltlc Expo
sition. Mr Wright said, however, that he did
nut believe that the globe circuit could
he made by any competitor who at-
American doctrines and pwiicipuci really
"For a .etitury we havi Insisted on
ill'1 .j of triatm.nt without discrimina
tion to our cltliiiis and our commerco
"Now It is proposed to abandon our
policy, upudlalu our promises and re
verso our history. That Is called patriot
ism. "It Is fiercely argued that this pending
measure Interfere with the lights (
the United States to tlx tolls for vessel
of Its own people. It does no such thing.
Our contention Is that Congress can pro
vide any rate of tolls or no tolls as It
may see nt, but when It does act It mut.t
In the?" respects treat all nations equally
and without discrimination."
Mr. Stevens told the House that It
I Amtrlra discriminates against Great
lirltain at I'unuitia, reprisal In the form
of discriminatory tolls against American
commerce through the Canadian canals
DOLPHIN OFF TO TAMP1C0
V. ft. Warship Sails an llearlac of
Sptrial Cable ntiva'th lo The So.
Vera CiiL'x, March 2. News was re
ceived here this' nfternoon that the rebels
at Tamplco weru very active in thu
vicinity of that port, tho Federal gun- arrived here from Tin Jumia. Lower Coll-
as hu believes this to be bewmd th e... nl ho 'ui W.lland would surely
liabilities of present day machines. I follow. ,..,. '
Mlieralra Knur New York Men On i "I 'lot say." said Mr. Wright "that1 Hepresentatlve Knowland of California..
'l..ush..r-.'. .,.. the Might will be made, but that It Is nu 'tt,lln the Ilepubllcan group In,
H M.aUKb..eas a Appeal. i within the range of possibility If the tn" ,lRht Bl"t the repeal, made a
p-W CuMe nmtxiirti lo Tns i s. nonl. slant Is willing lo put In the neces- ll'f;t attnek utm the repeal bill Itself,
Mexico City, March 2S. Uy special or- ""' ""'' '"' Proper preparation. The , . . 2 , , ., ""'"'" .,n ,n9 ,
' -i-v.-.u. .. . lilM.nrv nf th fllttlnmatlii Ititi. Mlmn... '
nd Including tho Hay-
sirxico flTV, March 21. Ily special or- ""' uioney inr proper preparation. The " '"',' "
dcruf President Hner.a James OTlona- Zl at Xr S to ul
hue. George MofTett and Messrs. Gold- St hViu t Pauno. fote trr,Uv,
tmitn ami wimiyru, lour .New York men "So far as the transatlantic prlie
i.o were arrested some time ago charged 1 J.10,000 put up by Lord Northcllffe
with political offences, were releaK.d to
day on an appeal by NelMin O'Shaugh
nessy, the American Charge d'Analres.
President Huerta has up tn the pr. Bent
.riinien an requesis ot tills Kind made
! by Mr. O'Shaiighnessy,
Ldward Crnssthwalte, an American who
concerned. I have no hesitation In say
ing that It Is absolutely safo from cap
ture for some . ars to come.
"That the prlie will be won eventu
ally 1 do not doubt. Not only aeronau
tical eugliiis but the quality uf fuel and
linpiov. irents In 'the design of the ma
chine ale bound to come, and when
they do come Increased radius of action
ulll natuially follow,"
Helming the Incident of three vls.ts to
the White House of Sir Kdward Tyriil.
private secretary of Sir Kdward Grey, the
Hrltlsh Secretary ot State for Foreign
Affairs, Mr, Knowland expressed the opin
ion that the visits had been for
the purpose of discussing the repeal of
the tolls exemption provision and Great
Over 100 styles of these famous corsets. Wc will open our
new store at 392 Fifth Avenue, near 36th Street.
On Monday, March 30th.
ECKERT CASE TO FORE AGAIN.
Jalues t'lendenln Asks Brother's He
miitsl as lOslale Manager.
Jam s Cleuilenln IVkrrt has filed a
petition lu the Surrogate's cilllce asking
that his brother, Thomas T. Kc.kert, Jr.,
be removed as administrator of the estate
of his father, Col. Thomas J, Eckert, Thu
petitioner asks that he bs appointed in
Ills brother's place, asserting that though
Thomae T. Kckcrt, Jr., Is now 07 years
old he has never engaged In any useful
The only position which the present ad
ministrator of the estate, which Is valued
at fl.fiOO.oOO, ever held, according to his
In other, was a clerkship In Ihe American
District Teleuraph oilier, which netted him
(70 a month.
NINE ASCEND MILE IN AIR.
Aviator Clarals Makes Nate Altltade
Itreord at Charlres.
CitAitTitea, France, March 21. Nine
persona to-dny sailed In an aeroplane
one mile above Chartres, and Aviator
Garalx eslubllahed a new world's alti
tude record for passenger carrying
aeroplane nights. with hi biplane
carrying eight passengere Garalx aa
i;cndvd to u height ot C,2S0 feet,
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One Week More of Our
Since thousands of persons interested in Baking un
der ideal conditions have profited by our daily exhi
bitions, we will continue the Demonstrations until
Our Baker, with his oven and all the materials for
the making- of Bread, Pies, Cakes, Etc., may be seen
at work at the GAS APPLIANCE DISPLAY
ROOMS, No. 30 East 42d St. (S. W. corner Madison
Ave.) , from 8 A. M. to 6 P. M.
Watch the Baking operation and see how readily
and absolutely the heat is controlled. Observe the
finished product as the Baker takes it from the
The absence of kindlings, scuttles and the dust and
dirt of other than Gas fuel, will appeal to every
Housewife, Hotel or Restaurant proprietor, or oth
ers who admire sanitary conditions.
The Oven in use bakes 48 loaves of bread an hour
and requires very little gas. Visit this Baking Dem
onstration a.nd ask the Baker or others in attend
ance all the questions you think necessary.
The Right Way Is the Gas Way'
Consolidated Gas Company of New York
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