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fKfSr- jj VENINQ WORLD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1916.
a mm m as m.
THE EXPERT IN HIS LINE
Th y of the "Jek of All Trn.W N
puL A inecinc remedy for wcine nil
tn.nt ! tb ir"" rf'minil In nidlclno.
Tht Tonle Lmatlva 10c A 2Se the Oox.
WICKS MILK COMMITTEE
BEGINS HEARINGS HERE
I-'irM Witness Says "Sucrate of
Lime" ! Sometimes Used (o
Tin- Wlohi I.cgifdatlVti Committee,
which baa been tnvo.flgntlng condi
tion of milk production tip Ihc Ktiilc
Miii'O July (I, began IIh public licur-InK-i
hero to-day. Tho Mrst witnejn
wan l.ucKm 1'. Ilrown, director of tin
I In n m of Food nnd Drugs of tin
Health Department of Now York City.
Tim committee Iiiim Interviewed
5,000 farmer und dairymen In thirty I
I'OllllllCM of tint Main Mini Iiiiji ob-,
tallied u iiiiiiih of information which ll
la expected to whip In ham by Fob.
1 for a report to tho l.'glnlnturc.
Mr. Ilrown mild very little trouble
in i xperlunced In the city nt proctit
with regard to tho adulteration of
milk by adding wnle".
"I'copte ii ri- (otiiU'timrn deceived,
unlit lr. Ilrown, "whi n they buy
rrriiin p'li ehitK.ng cr-am to which
i,.i imih ,i. . it-it 'Mticrutr of lime.'
wiiii ii utiiki'K t.ie rn.itu appear thick
ir than It Ii". This deception In dlf
lletilt of detection."
Kmie paMciirliung milk w;n mndn
the rule m 18H, miIiI the witness, tho
'Mdiohl fever de.itll ruin hiiH fallen.
PLOT TO STORE
(Continued from First Page.)
jftankUn Simon & da
Fifth Avenue, 37th and 38th Sts.
THONE 0900 GREELEY
y, . Special for IV cdncsday
Women's Georgette Crepe Gowns
Georgette Crepe GovVns Fur trimmed
Afternoon Gowns of Georgette Crepe made over silk, in Copen,
rose, Burgundy, navy or black; trimmed with bands
of beaver or French seal. Special
Georgette Crepe Gowns chenille embroidered
Afternoon gowns of Georgette Crepe made over silk, in Burgundy
taupe, rose, navy, prune or blHck; two-tone chenille
or bead embroidered. Special
Georgette Crepe QoVnS-lv or embroidered
all colors made
Dressy afternoon cowns of Ueornciie crepe in
over silk, elaborately embroidered or beaded,
u number trimmed with Hudson seal or velvet
Reduced Prices Wednesday
Women's Afternoon Gowns
Drccoll model of crepe de chine elaborately embroidered with
oxidized silver; Doucct model of Gcorrcttc crepe
trimmed with Hudson seal border and buttons.
Much Below Their Former Price
Women's Afternoon Gowns
I.anvin, Docuillet or Lucicnnc models of crepe meteor, satin,
silk chiffon or Georgette crepe, elaborately embroidered
or a number trimmed with Hudson seal.
Much lielow Their Former Prices
hi lln 110,000 can en of eggs a. day. This
week tho average receipts nru 73,000
canen a day.
Food cheaters will icot prison terms
Instead of flnei In tho futuro If inn
Dlatrlct Attorney Inn his wny. Ho
bus Instructed his Asslstnnts to pro
test Against tho Infliction of n flno
ntt nny dealer caught swindling tho
public by fnlsc weights or measures
or rMortlonato tactics.
Poultry conditions In Now York
City will bo presented to tho Ornnd
Jury to-morrow by District Attorney
Kwann, because of disclosures mndo
In record to tho control of price by
a certain clique wocklng In the mar
ket. Assistant District Attorney
llvo poultry from tho producers' end
during tho past tlx montha. Tlicy
havi received an nverago of twelve
cents it pound. Tho shippers havo
maintained pructlcnlly tho same prlco,
which tnenns nn mldltlonal four cents
for shipping expense and their pro
fit. Tho retailers havo been averag
ing two to threo cents a pound profit
during tho period.
"Klghty per cent, of tho llvo poul
try used In New Yotk In a week,"
said Mr. Foy to Assistant District At
torney Markewleh, "arrives In tho
city and is purchased by tho illtl
mato consumer within twenty-four
hour.. Thursday morning Is tho tlmn
when the ruih starts about 8 o'clock,
and the market Is cleared nlmost by
8 o'clock on Friday morning. If the
ictaller dois not dispose of his chick
ens In that length of tlmn lio has to
feed I hem for a week and sell tho
following Thursdny nt a Ions. It Is
tho. quick overturn which puts thn
retailer and consumer at tho mercy
Mr. Markewleh refused to Mate ai
to what claws of dealers aro under
suspicion of having arbitrarily ad
vanced the price.
Under active and excited trullng
Mnrkewlch, in cnargo or me .nesu-i tM0 wholesale market ycstci-day a
fratlon, ascertained that while pro- fU mf ccllt nivanco was scored on
dticcrs and shippers havo not bvtn j)0nrh- all Kradns In butter, onchalf
getting nny greater prlco for poultry
than was paid six months ngo, and
that Mio avcrago prollt for retailors
ban been the same, tho prlco to con
sumers hns increased from four to
eight cents a pound.
Hlncn last week, when the four as
sociation of llvo poultry dealers In
Manhattan and Ilrooklyn voluntarily
notlflod District Attorney Hwann that
tho organization would bo disbanded,
Asslitnnt District Attorney Markc-
cent a pound on bust grades In cheeso
nnd ono cent a dozen on frosh eggs
of all grades. Iteporls from large
creamery sections In the West noting
a lessened nuke, coupled with nn
nctlvo demand on spot, wuro respon
sible for the advances In button De
liveries wuro only 3,"iS tubs, com-
' pared with 4.GGI tubs on tho name
1 day last year. Tho market closed nt
' 41 1-: rents u pound un top grade 'i'i
i scorn and 1 Wl cents on thu higher
on ' Hold
GAVE LIFE TO RECOVER
LITTLE GIRL'S PENNY
IgnKemcnts elsewhere, tho retrlnl of Mrs.
Margaret Clnro lleutlnger of Calduelt.
N. J., nccilsed of murdering her bus
band, wss set down yesterday lor Dec
4 by Judge Martin In Newark. I
FAVORED HIGH LICENSE
"OUer and Wiser Now," He Says
of Letter He Is Said to Have i
Written in 1908.
Saron Jumped to Subway Tra.k
to Get Coin and Train
A penny dropped by his little
daughter on tho subway tracks at
Fourteenth Street coat Charles Haron
of Spuyten Duyvll his llle.
Haron anil his two children, five
and elirhl years old. wero waltlnir on i TIIK AGO, .Nov si. i nc Ln leu bocic
tho platform when tho younger child. a"") .r... a.? i. in
dropped a penny. It rolled down be- """" Z1 l Z ;.. hv
tweon tho tracks. Haron Jumped hl , ,ao ,n . rhv.ni. brewer m.lori..
after It. lloforo he could regain tho . hii. lieonn mul onooslnn tho Dro-
plntform he was struck by u north- blMtory movement
bound, local truln. Two cars passed I "In 1310 a Statu Prohibition Amend
over ti I in. (' ment win being rubmltted 'n N'tbraska
Ho died early to-day In Ilcllevuc 1 voled n8at ! belleintf the
Ills left foot h.-ut been cut off, hl.i . hlBh 'lcir"" ',ltm wn hcltcr oecuuso
nkull fractured, and his body cut nnd ' .I! ..?,,". ' "1 J 'S .'
iuiii. i nv liiiiuiuii iiisapiiuureu
lug, after the accident.
desirable for tho whole Nation. Now It
the I ipior Interests will bo as zealous to
make my present altitude as public m
they uro my old position they will do
our caii.o Infinitely mmu good -n their
own. I only hope they will havo the
juitlro and decency to do that.
llriltlnurr Trlnl tlee. 4.
Postponed because of her counnM'n en-
Mr. llryan sm'led when asked about
the letti r.
"I wrote letters like It." ho said, "and
may have written that one. Hut I nm
older olid wlsur now. Hint nm Urmly con
vinced of tho merits of Prohibition as
II JkV lt,l Tiin
tilt nimnl Clt
r CtcU4tetlt A'.lMl
December 3 and January 21
Hpwlil Train fm Ntw Vork lrnnjl'
.nl. Hli.lcn, U iCH.. llrluroln,ltkM
W uhlodon 4.4UI. . nIUmoti 8 ood.
Tkktts on isle IifCf UDf f.rh ururiton.
Pennsylvania R. R,
X Founded 1826 Jg Greeley 1900 V
Lord & Taylor
wlrh bos had various persons repro-, HCore An ulVunc of n
nnilnir other branches of tho in- ' ... noiind was established
Idustry beforo him. From what ho ' butter, the r.mg as to grade now
earned from tl.m It was decided by Wnjr JJ ;u
District Attorney Swann that tho law ,,atc a yiMr ab ,lt 3- lo 3314 cent 11
' had been violated In tho distribution pound. The retail prlco yosletduy
and marketing of live poultry nnd was given on the average at 48 to
. . . . . . ..... .... i... 50 cents n pound.
,11m accisinn iu iui ' UeecltH of eggs wero 4,634 cases,
'thn flrnnd Jury was made to. day. n, compared with 4.011 cases on tho
I Patrick Foy. editor of Current 1 same day a year ago. Iluslners cov.
. t.i... n Mintn liiHiiectop of Mar- ' p'p'l on t,ie two exchanges was large
1'rlces and a Mtnto inspector or .Mar- , m(J hporo u((jiu w,.8lPrn nrowl,
1 kets, was with Mr. Markewleh for n 1 (,KS wert, ,.,ivanced to 5 cents a
considerable tlmo to-duy. From him dozen and fiesh gathered to 60 cents
Attiint District Altomev a ilozrn. J.xiru nrsis soiu in aiivancn
CHICKILKING HALL, WKDN'IiSDAY. NOVEMHKK 22, at 3 V.
Soloists Victor Wittgenstein, Pianist; Hans KronolJ Cellist,
. . .. . ...,.. i.i.i. 1 of one cent, closing at 45 to 47 cents
learnuu 1110 shutui wuw ,iiuii ,iI(.n. An ndvance of one cent
exist In the markol
According to Mr. Markewleh, there
hati been no Incrcasn In thu price of
f rank Un Simon & Co.
Will Close Out Wednesday
W'omen's Tailored Suits
Much lielow Their Former Prices
Suits of broadcloth, wool vcliiur, duvet de laine, checks or mixtures;
a prcat maiortty trimmed with fashionable furs.
wenring friends whether
they would part with their eye
glasses for one hundred times
the coat if it were impossible
to secure another pair.
We have made eyeglass wear
ing a pleasure and n comfort
for more than 2.10,000 patrons.
One trial will prove our
"right" to your confidence and
will make VOL' "one more"
llama Glasses cost .$'2 or
lit Kanl liKil St, nnr 4lh Ave.
f4 West l3Stb El, ur lnox Ave.
17 V. 3ltli HU, bet i 6th Ave.
442 CohiinbtiN A v., he'., slut & KU2d .Sis.
70 Nuihuu St., near John St.
ItnSMt NbbolHs Av., bet ISOtlKVlSlrit.
:C:"J llrnudway, bt, 9'Jth 4: 100th SI.
1007 Itioiidnu), 111 Will i'hr. Ilrooklyn
4S9 Tullon St., opp. A. f. Ib-ookljn
CSS Tlrond St.. mxt to lledetl, Newark
was scored on firsts, tills grad clos
Ing at 42 to 44 cents a dozen. Tho
finer grades on nearby eggs closed
I strong with no advances recorded.
. Prices aro 5 to "2 cents a dozen at
wholesale on f.incy and io to r,5 cents
1 on ordinary to good slock. Ktnrage
eggs advanced to cents .1 dozen
1 on sncclnl marks. This prlco com
pares with 2t cents 11 dozen on tho
same dato a year ago.
Deliveries of cheese yesterday were
1,247 boxes, against s84 boxes on the
mime date last car. Of thn receipts
yesterday 1,000 boxen were for spots.
I'rlees advanced to 25 cents a pound
on special Hats. On thW dato last
year tho samo (Trade sold for 16U
cents a pound.
There was complete reversal of
form In the provision and grain mar
kets yesterday. Tho provision option
market at tho West advanced siiarp
ly, with pork leading Ifio'iTpturn, and
lard and ribs were unexpectedly
strong. Pork closed 50 to UK cents a
barrel over the llnals of Saturday,
l.ird 4S to 50 ceiitH a 100 pounds high
er and ribs 32 cents a 100 pounds.
Tho Joy uf the consumer was short
lived. For a period of nearly a week
the tendency of provision prices was
downward. There wbh a gradual
lowering of valiieH, and the house
wife wan Hading It possible to save
a small amount on dally purchases.
Hut when she goes to the store to
day she will probably pay morn for
her provisions than she did last W'ck,
lird Is now up to 17 Vi to 17 cents
n pound for pure grades, nn advnnco
of nearly a half cent a pound from
the previous close. Dressed 1ecf, ac
cording to largo packing Interests
here. Is brlnclnc from 11H to 20 cents
a pound for ribs and loins, 10 1-2 to 12
cents n pound for rounus, nnu 10
12 cents a nound for chucks as to
Wheat markets Jumped about five
cents a bushel over the closo of Sat
urday, and as a result flour Is up over
25 cents n barrel with Hm average
nrlce now running from J3.25 to J9.50
a barrel In wholesale lots. linkers
who failed to make contracts In tho
Inst few days find themselves now In
a serloiiM noHltlon. and embargo tnlk
ngalust further exports Is expected to
KUDO? KTTJf If if tf S tf t( if sf K n h it " ! 11 ' )i tl 11 it it v k )f n it K "ii ifn.it juv
m Ax inn v niii IC
(lur liberal CreJ
Itrnis apply atsoiu
I mio island, veiv
Jersey a t J
William fytf S
16 in'litt wall
S E K V I N I
1 6 loot ei
,1 c-ort no
11 J?l V- 1 " i
pair 5.85 and 7.50
Hight-inch Hull Kid and Patent Leather
Lace Hoots, with Hlack, White or Pearl (J ray
Cloth tops, also in All Kidskin; plain toes,
welt cil .soles and Cuban Louis heels.
Light-inch Lace Hoots in Black llussin
Calf with Fawn ituckskhi tops, two-inch
Cuban Louis heels or lj-iiu'li Alilititry heels.
Also in Patent Leather with Pearl (Iray Suede
lops and -ineli Cuban Louis heels; all Tim
Uussia Calf with Cuban Louis heels or Military
A Great Sale
10,000 MEN'S SCARFS
Tomorrow and Balance of the Week
This is a rare opportunity for generous minded femi
ninity to select Holiday remembrances that will be assured
a glowing welcome by the fortunate men folks favored.
The qualities and designs are so exceptional, at the inviting
prices, that many men will present themselves with a dozen
or so of these attractive Four-in-Hands.
$7.25 a dozen
Open-end; new college stripes; self
and lancy stripes; plain colors in
repps or pebble weave silks.
$15.00 a dozen
Imported and domestic silks and
satins; self and contrasting combina
tions in an elaborate assortment of
colors and patterns.
$10.50 a dozen
Open-end; an unusual variety of
stripes, self figure and a profusion
of attractive self effects.
$25.00 a dozen
Open-end; rich Swiss silks of many
weaves; an imposing array of ex
clusive patterns and colorings from
which to make a choice.
At Very Special Prices
Fine linen and silk Handkerchiefs that will make most
holiday gifts, are for this occasion offered at unusual savings.
acceptable j I
WE PAY FREIGHT AND KAIl.KOAD FAKE
James McCreery & Co.
ACCUSED OF BARRING U. S,
SAILORS FROM THEATRE
Arrest of Owner and Mannecr of
Brooklyn House Asked by As
sistant District Attorney.
Assistant 1'nlted Btntes District
Attorney Cuff of Ilrooklyn applied to
Magistrate McOulrc In Adams Street
Court to-day for warrants for tho
arrest of Harry Traub and Kdward
llattinan. owner and manager of the
Olympic Theatre, Ilrooklyn. They
aro charged with barring men In
the uniform of the navy from their
lMwnnl lllll. a sailor attached to
tho Culled States Hospital ship
Solucc, Is the complainant. He al
leges he went to tho Olympic In uni
form with two comrades In civilian
attire and purchesed three box seats.
The imhtTH refused to admit him to
the box. He alleges tliey lniormeu
Silk Handkerchiefs of
an extra heavy quality.
Formerly 75c and tfi.io
each 50c and 75c
Initial Sill; Handker
chiefs; broken assortment.
Formerly 35c each... 25c
Initial Linen Handker
chiefs in attractive design.
Formerly 50c cach... 35c
$2.95 to $1.75
.$3.75 to $5.75
.$1.50 to $6.75
would hae to sit In 'ho
Hill reported tho matter to rapt
Coram. Tho arridnvit says rapt.
Coram dlru-ted Hill's companions to
don tholr uniforms and return to th
theatre. Thev wore told again they
would have to sit In the gallery.
Captain Coram called Manager
Oattman on the telephone and ho Is
f,,iid to hac teplled that It was the
policy of the house not to admit
sailors In unitorm to tho hoxos.
SUNDAY WOULD "WANT" ADS. WOKK MONDAY WONDliKS.
HIkIi School (lrl llurnril,
Mary llrenner, fifteen jears old, a
Undent In Hay llldge High School, was
pulnfiiliy burned to-day whllo burning
wa.te paper In front of her home nt
No. 150 Klghty.MMIi Street. Ilrooklyn i
ller kllt iiiilRlit fire and onl the!
P .iinnlncin of her family In u nipping
her In a blanket Mvcd her life. A ,
phirtiin from thu Noiwicluu Hue I
plUl attended hr.
For the Thanksgiving Table
Size rorrncr Prices
2x2 yds... $3.75 to 5.35.
2X2H)'J-?405 10 6-B8-2x3yds.
Former prices 3.75 to $8.30 a dozen.
$2.95 to $6.50
Odd Table Cloths
Extra large sizes, for Dinner and Ban
Former prices 10.00 to tfiS.oo
S5.00 to $9.00
Odd Dinner Napkin
Extra quality and size.
Former price 12.50 a dozen $9.65
Italian Iluck Touch
Extraordinary value at $1.50 each.
Hand Embroidered Linens
Luncheon Scf. Regularly 5.50. . ,$3.65
Luncheon Sets. Regularly 7.50. . .$5.00
At Substantial Reductions.
Practical and pretty as Christmas
3-Piecc IrorlcGraln Set
Comb, brush and mirror; engraved
monogram. Formerly 7.50 .$5.00
U-Piecc Ivarie-Grain Set
very pretty new shapes: comnlcte
i . . .
U-Picce. lioric-Grain Set
Exceptionally line quality sets ot
selected pieces. Formerly 24.50. .$18.50
Irorie. Grain Toilet Articles
Mirrors, Brushes, Putf Boxes, Ma,,i
cure Iieccs, etc.; also specially reduced
lor this talc. hen a purchase amounts
to .Sc.oo or over the mmiMnm ...:n u..
w ..wnii II III III-
engraved without additional
Vernes Ilath Salts
pclightiully per.uuicd, 25c, 35c, 50c
and $1.1)1). I'ormerly 35c. to 2.00,
lavender Smellinii Salts
Tinted in eight delightful colors. 25c,
35c, nOc, 65c, $1.25 and $1.75. Formerly
3Sci 5c, 85c, 1.25, 1.95 and 2.50.