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PLAGUE TO GRIP
an NEXT YEAR,
SAY EXFEIvTS
Health Heads to Lay In
Reserve Scruni to Mce1
Summer of 1917.
APPEAL FOR BLOOD
BRINOS OOOi) SUPPLY
Epidemic Crisis Will Bc
Passed by September
15, Is Predlction.
\n inir: t Ib ?!if BBBiher
af nt'44 ea ? i "i lafantlle | an I la iad
nn laeraaae of Bve ia the number of
BiBthfl flrere showII 'n the rrpnr! al thfl
Dafartaaeal "f H altk : esterdaj ?s
tompand ai.th Mofl ?. - Bj ari -. 'Ihe
bob casrs BBBabered forty-tarea and
Ihe deaths tv/eat)
A- ? . iraly
rtions
?
ng tha
BBSUBer ? I 1?17 hy .
Health.
"Suoh a:. ?
iagfl. "It 1 I ?
another
one ea i
rule '
Plaaa f?.r Neai Y< ar"a Coaahat.
?
ready be^un );?
the i rheaa ]
most of then .-???
work. arill I ala
Advi<ory B '?'> Depart* j
rnent, fl ' "? nbout three j
months tfl ? aaa of handling .
the sporadic cases which appear during
pract.i?:.".>? avei ? ? year, ;
and to prevent, if possible, another out- |
break.
Kaowledffl g.. jralelaBa of
the department a- : ' . ;
Haaei prov?
of inea -? an"
other ?
edge,
many
antn'.e
ineubal
?
olXOMg
ff cnaan -E ^
Automobile
I LUGRiCANTS
X
N
TINE times
when cars act
cranky, the
t: blei -poor
lubricati n.
Dixon's lubricants lay an oily
veneer of selectt d flake graph
it?- over all bearing surfaces,
Metal-to-metal contactceases.
Lubrication troubles end.
Look fcr the Sign
Thcrp is a correct Dixon lubri.
cant for each part of your car.
Atk your draler for tha
Dixon Lubrtcating C hart
JOSEPH DIXON OtUCIBLI CO.
V /\/ Jtnrj tit?. N. J.
?XxX" ?u.i.,.?j l?:; %?_>{
INFANTILE PARALYS1S
IN ALL BOROUGHS
TOTAI 40 19 W -'
i tal cfl -? i to data. *'2s'_'
Total ileaths lo date. 2,01..
up of children under twelve ]
Sci'k Beaerve Serum.
It is also andi ' 'hr ''"
?
. . ?.
, ? . thfl appeali oi Ihe de
bi en :
l?r. Abra
r, ol
?. ?
on he had
i
' ?
iil thia aftar w
?h<re was a flllght lnerOBM
lay in new cases :-' d
Her than usually or
curs on Tu< Inciala
were i ' ion < vcr thi I
Dr. Bill ng declan d that thi
.
i bo ]
' ? r 1 '?.
.
tates 1
?
ay that the .
4'rnmc t en in
leave
? ten days.
Mevla n.in i? Liftod.
E. Ki Bnd A
I
. thi ? to li.ke ;.
'
the Depari
...
?\ .... ed by Coi -ior.cr
? mpicturel
twelvi
aftar
Kaufmj.li. ' .
to nior in 800 theatre owners and
should have reached all of them by
noon !
Health Department'a Fund to
, pled children
rcache ' yeaterday,
: were re
eeived ad a check
for 11, '.'1 Broad
and aeveral amall contributiona
from plaeea in N'ew Hamnshire, Ohio,
i an.l N'ebraaka. Coramia
? on said yaati r lay thal tl."
would not be ' ed yet. If more
needed the
balanci I rned over to the Gen
eral < i on Aftor-I are.
Yonkers' I'eril I'asscs.
Hi ilth Ofleer ?
Dr, W. S, (%ons revoked the order pro
,; children under aixteen years of
rom entering n.oti.in picture
and hereafter will bar only chil?
dren under twelve years. In several up
? ? c. es, howevor, a rigid quaraatine
rccd. It was anr.ouneed at
? that owing to the epi
.? i ornell Uni
, ? ? week
t 1,-ame of ihe n-a.-on can
? ty-six new case* were reported
? . Jersey yesterday, making the
ti 2,778. Tha i
Eaat < Irange
i al or Borough; two
in Loi . Irvington I
? rach in Burlingtofl City,
elawaro Townahip, Camden
Berkeley Town
i ,???-: StatTord Town
ship, in Ocean County; Salem, Moun
n union < ounty, and
Park ..r.d Orange. No report
i from Newark.
Fourtei n i ew caaea won reported to
Health in Connecti
v. There are now 61- cases
in that state.
'Ihe addressei at which new cases
.... re reported m Now York
:ay are as foliows:
New Cases?Manhattan.
231 Madison Street, :,ii Baai Thirty
fourth Thirteen th
Street, 342
??enth Stn ? V. .?-?
aet, 807 i'enth Avenue, ;
I 871 West 127th Street,
gtoi Avenue, Eaat
11 Eaal 106th
Wmpi
ii
THI. MrOrkTl rre.it PSaniatl and Composrrs live for
I in thii wonderful instrumenl. It reproclucei
Um playing of famous pinnists with absolutc fidelity to
' i performancc it givea tln-ir indivkluality of
expreuioo, theii poctic appeal ? just aa it flowt into
irir mu?:r.
D'm'in-trntinne in the Awplrn Studia
? ?' Pi.noi lak-n ? I
V/AREROOMS
? fifth Awwaoa at ?
TrOJaTY NINTrl ST.
1%
Per MONTH ON PLEDGE
OF PERSONAL PROPERTY
THK PROVIDVNI
MANHATTAB.
fi ? ; . treel
F.ldndpe ' '
Srv I
I." |i Ai ? ' ?
Ofgl :
LOAN SOCIETY OF NI.W VORK
BBOB \
14gth SL
III..HIKI . N
' t , COI I ' st.
Grahajn Ar., i oi i tel evolii St.
Av., cor I.. KIWl) Av.
I'l rTctNl ' HARGI U ON
REFAID Wil MIN
OMDATE.
H
BLAKELOCK AT WORK IX m* NEW STUDIO.
The artiat photographed yeaterday aft. I from the Middl I the Inaane, where
he hi I beei confined for aeventeen yeara. __^______
t 119th Si ' II
. '
Deatha?Manhattaa,
.':!! "? '. "1"
Ea t fhth Streel
? ' '
th Strei t. 25 Avenue I> 18
. ninth
t, 24 !' t 124th ' l Eaal
I
\.-w ( a^rs?The Bronx.
1421 \ '...?. : 27 Crotona
ie, 2349 1 1571
'
; ' v '?
,2029 Valentine Avenue.
Deaths?The Bronx.
I . Avenue, D? an Streal ar.d
Ave
oue, 1172 Bryanl Avenue,
New Caaei?Brooklyn.
Street,
Avenue, I 12 B rgi n Stre t, 874 G
Avenn ? P?'"
.2 Lynch Street, 211
tta n Avenui ' ' '
? ? . hirty
third Street and Surt Avenue, lolu
Ifl N.
Beathe?Brookhn.
157 Starr Street, 2174 Dean fHreet,
45J Bedford Avenue, I I Ave
?' Lu iner Stn et, 460 Bradfoi d
Street, 156 Lorin i
New Cases?(Jueens.
437 Aeademy Street, Loag laland
CI v; 79 Ri wan Plaee, wli
Beach Fort
rom bay), 1 111 Ferry
Place,
- '.. . -on Avenue, Sea
Si le,
[)f-lh??Queen*.
li> Echi aood 1 -:ca.
N m ( aaca?I'ichmond.
fcvei BO,
"
Deatha?RichmoBd. N'one.
OYSTER BAY CHEF.RS
AWAY PLAGUE BAN
Carnonie antl John D. Called
"Medical Bandits."
ter Bay, Si pt 5. Followiag a
debate between I olonel Henry II. Bea
OOtt, ehairmaa of the recently or$;an
i7.*d citi/cn?' committee, nnd Dr. Gl
A. Draper, formcrly arith the Rocl
lerlnstitute and now deputy state health
commiasioner at Roslyn, the town
Board of Ilral'h here to-dav liftod tha
(luarantine against lafantilfl para
Ifaaa aeetiona of tha state Dopartmant
of Healta rulea ware repudiated aad
all Inapecton and quarantine. watch
?
' Bennett was eheered when
he read thi
.; John
]>. Rockefeller, Andrew Camegie und
the "' ' for ti..' "reijm
? ;..:?." Ha Bceused the eity
st;.*e denlth departmenti of being tbe
"mair. I gai oi of the pro]
people for tina
He prod ied * tnessea ai
- hoa ing casi in which children a I
ward found to be noth
?
. I i ? en r ?; hoa
or tne r ho
letten received from phyaieiana all
over the eountry nnd quoted froni med?
ical journala tu show that "i hj ticiana
ba*< e bi come by itei ical."
1?r. i ? a technleal aiplaaa-'
I 8C
euscd .
TARALYSIS KILLS D0CT0R
Philadelphia PhyaldBB Had Treated
1'lae.ue Stricken Children.
Philadelphia, Sept. b. Hr. Karl C.
I>rk, I tant residenl physieian
nt the municipal hospital here. arho
bad attended huadreda of children
en with ii , died
thal Ha waa
grew
. daspita efforta
Dr. Pcck wim twonty-four year* old.
ii. home wai li Ni ??? . 'I ? ?, whara
' his mother lives.
i i.atha from Infaatila paralyaii
'and twa ?? i eaaai wara reported here
to-day. Since July there huvo been
17J doatl i aad B8 I eaaaa.
? a
Harvard Crew Man Has Paralysis.
Spriagta'eld, Maaa., Bapt fi. iiorace
i A. Quimhy, twanty-ena years old, waa
dee':.ref| to l?e n u IT*- r: ri (j from Infantile
1 paralyaia to day, Ha waa t.-ik.-n ill
Saturday follow.ng a daaea in Bland
fard l r iday aighl Bi ran te ot hia 111
I ness ar.d thfl faOl thal B8BBJ were ex
al tha dance, the Blaadford
gUBl 28, have
t ba Blandford Fair
? alled ohT. Mi Qulml
of the un I ei aa ol
I Bl d '! olf la
Ith? racfl agaiast Vale IujI June.
IIAKEIGCK GU1T3
STATE IIOSPITAL
i orlinwi! from |i.ce I
ra Ofl through Uaywood nnd paat the
' ?
?
.-.,.? ? nuni,
which
:
I , rn as thej
?
: : is to be r. tesl
.- ridr that
had i : B open t!ie
?
? I
?
af ai
. ? .4 1.11
him. ln ' ' *v:is ? latV
;> win
t<-r landacape parntod :? Blaheloeh in
om o:' the
n woald buj
had b<
. kept when Blal
pictui
? nterod the rooni
.. wall by
? .
the faeea ?? wn a\ on him.
I
r seventi
snd h is
ture
?
Heahoaaa fur Btadio,
St 11 th re araa mora
. ,? lun wai inking.
g, low
troctni ?? dor
mitory.
li had been a hml bat loi
nd caref med It.
There
bad beea >'hite eurtains
. and tha er
- * ted and gar
If for n bride. If. i
?
? hii beloved mi
tndio.
?i red and went straiir'nt
?
? a i oom. 11
\ ith the eld craft ahe
I ? that wei
MPlaj Bl ti.mething," Iflid Mra.
A baby crrand piano in perfert condi?
tion Stood m nn.. eorner Blaheloeh an
??what timidly nnd d d
r that the stool was proper
Baceajaa Laal in Mu?ic
"I don't l.ii'.'-v," he aaid,
the inatruaaent at liiddl
?B ? BOt of thfl b
But he waa leated even i.a ba spoke,
and bia Bngara itrayed over thi
At first the rnelody wa- balting. i i ??
's ftngera i ly tried to
tha keya that had been i
nr marred ob tbe only piaao I
i the last i '??? fear
diltlcal
| owei -I. and '. hs plaj er oon be
?
lin houaa to
?
the door,
tha Joya of
eeived by an arti-t. Tho i
- '
? ? H'-ikelfirk r- ?
At niel the o1
? . ?
It is the facts
It gives which
Make it so
Abaolutely necessary
you
To
T!ic Jonrnal ol Commerce
llvc Centn
All Ncws Stands
ir at i our Home
. ?; . Heli ?: ' r by. He
th a I
If it ia
tha' pa
?
it l.> n
; hii eare
a? ?
FIFTH AVENUE IIOLD-UP
NET5 H1GHWAYMEN $5
I iHce i.i C rnmaiidcered Car
Arrest Two After Ciiasc.
T\>-.. hig from an
and
while one of thcBI pll ! .
?? [fl the
? ? Clab, the
poeket
| into their
enme fllonff,
Jamping into aaother flutoosohile,
Shootinp;
. h the almost i
breakneek paes and firinjr iev
pur
rerbaul I tha ea
Thirty-eighth -1-'' aet aad
Avenue. James Finnenaore, of 025 I'a
Street, Brooklyn, ai d
th Elliott Plaea,
in held In
trial ia tha York
?
-a
? OF! NEED EUROPES DRUGS
_aericafl Maaafaetarera Will Me Able
tu Bapply I ? s.. Eatperl Saya.
Atlantic I Ity, Sept f..?America w:ll
he indi ? Europi aa droga at
the end of
.? ? ? iion of tha Amar
i here
?
William C Alpera, ef Clai
Icat of the b, aaid aa
y had made It poaaibla for tho
?? eare of Iteelf.
me pi reaolt ia a cut
. ted.
DANCtNG 'COUNT'
HELD IN VICE RAID
RodolphoGuglielm. Taken
by Squad Headcd by
Swann's Assistant.
HE CALLS ON POLICE
DEPUTY TO AID HIM
District Attorney Says the
Prisoner Has Rcvcalcd
Iniportaiit Secrets.
Ar. early morn ag vlee ra d, eonduet
r,. by AaaiaUBt Diatriet Attorney
on a hooaa Ib SaveBth a
j??t below Central Park, : ?
Imi, a v/ell known dan
cor ia 1
?
Diatriet A tor
I Per
te with a
over the 1 . ?
f rank I.oni.
. in bad, Frank; I bmbb. you d
come j me out, he is
rep rted to havi U
?lh,. . th A ??: ie place is on the
,:,, 0f the avenae, between r ir
! ifty-eighth itl
near I : ?b_ut _?"?
? ? from the tiow
. lub, ai -:. i
ittorney Smith, is
? ? ? ?'???'? bl"k"
.. iflfld on wi
il man hns eoafeflBfld that he ||
int or marqoia, aad I i
? ?
rt
'??
??11.. ia a hand-.- tWBB
I wears ? raeU and a
? . ..? H ??
well Known hotela and
i with Jobb Sawyar aad Boaala
? "marquis," it was learned. bIbB
or that he h?i
: with Deputy Commiaaioner Lord
... im" of tha I all
on, in Philade ?'? ?>''
?
I He aaid Mr. Lord remained la Phila
. delph ?' ' t oeca
Hoti I I v'r 1-"' :
.
R ?
he w
on one oec
.-.
Joan Sawyer.
??[ .?. id il
?? New Vorl
?
OB the
1
? - ? . ? til
he v . inciag i
.
[ told fa I a . to help
ihe dep-;- ner was asked
. ?
Enrig ? v Mulliiran ha I
sei n much together in -;
? 'i in
van'a old d
"i never wa-i in an automobili
and Enright in my
hfe," he aai I.
Aeeording to tl-e proaecotor,
; Thym won at the ?
?
and yesterday araa the I
' her. The
ind tr.e
"marquis" by Del
i tigan'a
When they got le Guj
Chieago Limited
I A- v, , ?f , | ,. v
U Ifi Ontra
All steel, electric
_??? Stm ftrl 1 P. II a
\ la I.a kawaj ? M;
?<?">??
if-yjV. V>Vr*W! l'2hled ilecpers.
Wmm -'' ??
i ?rf|." ?'-' i.'^2 Breadwaj
V_~i I - [_* P I 4
I
The first of the
new 1917 Hupmobile
Sedans is here to-day.
I won't attempt to teil
imsmzva you about it. Come in
and see it, lhat's all?
come on in and seeit.
*?%
s
C. i/lt-?aU
PHONE CIRCLE 1616
CKas. E. Riess&Co.,inc.
1690 Broadway, at 53d Street
Piva pn.-engT To'irlna ' tr 1! III '.".vn | Baoenffer
Roodater li 181 Bajvan paaaanaar Toariaa Car, J'.. - * o.
1 . -a :'. I B I"-rrolt.
Newark, N. J., Salcsroom: 20 Branford Place.
\Jm\ y
_L^.
told them that Mrs. Thym had been
cut of town three weeks. and ir the
detectivea diur.'t get out of the place
he'd call the police. .... _ IA1
'TIello, Kodolph!" cried Mr. Smith
when he CBUght ; rn'nt of the daneer.
"Rodolph baaal been here smce
laat May,'' he replied. Later he said
he had hoped to conceal h:s identity
in this lashion.
District Attorney Swann explained
yesterday that up to the aieaoat time
he had no evidence of vice or crime
against any member of New York's so?
ciety -?et. He said that his mvestiga
t:on of blackma.l charges brought in
tlie names of men and women w-ho
might be elaaaed afl "climbers." Some
m, he aaid, were well to do, but
he doubted if their names would ever
icial Regiater.
"l?o you intend to raid any of the
ten vicioua resorts named by a Narra
ganaatt Pier society man in which
wealthy men are said to have been
blackmailed'.'" he was asked.
"H'e shall act only where we have
ample evidence," he replied.
"Have you p-ot evidence against ar.y
of those resorts?"
"We cannot go into that at present,"
;.e replied.
-?.
SHACKLETON THANKS CHILI.
Adaairalty Glad to Have Assisted
Bcscue.
Santiatro, Ch :!i. Sept. 5.?Lieutenant |
Sir Ernest ShackletOB, who arrived at
ADVEKTISEMF.NT.
TIME WAS
whan tha avaraga man turnod
to Wall Street as the only avenua
for investment.
Our sales of over $420,000,000
demonstrate tha modern chanaa
of idea. *
4'/2%
GUARANTEED MORTGAGE!
LAVVYERS MORTGAGE C0.
RICHARO M. HURO, C . ,,vnt
Capital.Surplus & P: S9.COO.000
as Uasrty sj.nt. 184 M atagaaBi Big
Punta Arenas, Chili, on Bunday aha
the members of tho BBtarctic ?-??
tion who were marooned on Elephaai
Island, has sent a telegram to tha i'h,'.
ian Admiralty.-thankin- .? f. r harjn*.
provided the Chiliafl p \(<
eha for the relief e
The Aeattirall ?? n : that thi
Chilian people were happy to have b?#,
able to assist in the n.-.-.e uf tha tx.
plorers.
Private
Garages
that take in
the Pubii
This spidery looking gentleman await
ing your eagerly expected visit is Mr
Otto Owner-Dealer, a business man of
rather doubtful repute and numerous
aliases.
Here is his "private garage," contain
ing several of his "own" cars, which he
has been "forced to sell." Just be?
tween ourselves, if you have some junk
on wheels for sale at a reasonable price
he'll feel forced to buy, too.
Samuel Hopkins
Adams
The Arj-Visor of The Tribune, made some interest
ing discoveries in the hoax garage field. If y< u
own a car or expect to get one you'II want to read
his report of them. It is repiinted, together wiih
eleven others of the Adams series, in a book just
off the press.
"New Facts on Old Typewriters" and "Sample Shoes
for Simple Souls" are titles suggesting what you 11
hnd in this guide to unsatisfactory buying.
Better wrap a quarter in the coupon below and get
this handy manual to-day. Of course, your money
back if you want it. Just tear the coupon now.
i
Samuel Hopkins J
Adams
V
r
T !!'.?
on
IHE
M'AV VORa.
TKIBLNE
F raudulent dxy* c^^mm?. u\i*d ^ *
? ' centi in itamp. (or com) for
ACiVt'r.l/*' adaal kaaas *ead me ro.tra.d Mr.
y AJami'i new book on F-auduIenl aad
/ Deerptiye Adverluing ai JflBataVBg ? f0"1
/ advertuement.
Name
Aildrcss .,
??v e
. *.-??. ? ? '?-,.f?4* * p *??*'?*?

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