Newspaper Page Text
$ IN SAVING CITY ,400 line I'P in Move to Keep Manufacturers Downtown PROMISE TO WORK fOR DESIRED ENDS Blacklist Threat Against Men Who Do Not Help Movement S?, ?ees ?tkwttk? Ir.ted I ?" ?*? s*-vr NfW ^ork ;i.p.Hch.?e.treed to n?? their com tTtdpcrrh.s'-f r^T to ?top (he ,n ????n thonr"*r district ?Sw^ ",n M??vb,i; ?r? ?t !*?* TprV r-0'1**---- ?**? *ll,, t-? fve rrmr-'-'er. rromisirr to ' -'?! further ?-?b?d " , f the -t dereleamei <*? -c?-."'.-' ? ttTtrs'" -?reeon I - esrr. .n.evests would smarted eest iv '?" ? rnanu' - ?'.o-sntown || , er rent? and compelled to crowded re ;- S .? present wholesale die? ed. # Feur Thoosand May Indome Plan ...v. -?.-, ? at 4.000 of ihe most in - in the country will -; V. ?n within ten days. i| their Saet? te '?' tB th5>!"' arters within of ihal body are ??frieced l ; bc at" e(*- . j ? ?? i? aid co to ? preat deal o? in arch.a,*i2g ?f ?SS" v.orld s finest busi '.Mlliam 1-. Loeney . A Lee--, of of Bo? the plsn ,? these words: We wan' to ?ay that ??? as arc willin-c to ?.?ptrt-e a yon." , -.that win ts-Mi t- - ' or?. ^ Ftstet*. i Ihe wai S ol direct bistBt tc e*-e-y eitisea of this coun try. seul Piol?, Schlick * Co.. ef St I Pau! Wouldn't Spoil Avenar "There is no question that mci chant ? from all over the Cuited State? take great interest in New Wk." ?aid J. H Mosby * Ca., or Richmond, Va. "and It is a crying shame that Fifth A\rnue, the Aaaot retail district In the world, ?hou'id be spoiled." "It serin? too bad that the beautiful retail ?tiret of Fifth Avenue should be disfigured and spoiled as tx rotail Street by these nianufartuiT rs, when 'hey oOWld m?t a? well remain in ? ?r4' tO themselves further downtown, which would be move convenient to the i ftrt throughout the country," wrote ft, I" (?wen, cf the Prnvor Pry (ioods ? ompany. REFUSAL OF $50 FOR $75.000 SEAT ANGERS BIDDER "This feiler Lynch wheir does be come m" lie ha? a lot of nene to try to shut me exit of the Stock KxchaiiRc." The speaker was wroih. and with ...?. 'be "feller Lynch" ??" i-ta:nlir.c between him and a pro!'.' of on an investment of tf>?>. las* io?rnh W'cinstock. less than a dOBSS m'hi? out of the lBnks of acquired. Of thought he ?c qntrtd, the title to a ?eat on the Stock go. 1 i e ulleged sale was mnde by auction In behnlf of .lames A. l.yt ? h, !er,...T at the estate of Albert Cal latin Wheeler, to satisfy an alimony clRim of M.600. The -en: was V.: down to Woinatock for $f>0. Yesterday WolnstOOk went to Lynch and :? I |50, asking a i cato of ?ule. The receiver rcfu ?i4rpt the money. This Morning Goldstein A Goldstein, counsel for WoinotOCk, will ?npear be? fore Surrenie Coutt JnstiCS <'ohalan. In Part 1. I i-riTi, and ask tbr to compel the receiver to issue the cer ? of sale, lawyer? say that the er was entirely jbsttned In ra? .? to approve the Mile boCOnso of the very' l?w pr:cr. but the would-be purchaser is t;nab!c to see the validity 4'f ??ucb reasoning. HARVARD ALUMNI WILL RAISE $10.000.000 FUND Plan Permanent Endowment for Uni? versity to Supplement Salarie? CaahridgO, Mas.?., .Inn. 10. A perms rrr* e:.dow mei.t of $l?.t"?00.O00 for lUr vaid University is planned by a comin-* ?K of the alumni headed by Thomas W. Lamont, of New York, it was an? nounced to-day. The immedia'o ob ject, hrcorri;?;^ to the committee, :s '"?. meet the pressing needs of the univer ? the form of inadequate pn'.iirirs and lack of fund? for the maintenance of large and costly equipment, m il a* the same time to provide an income sufficient to maintain unquestionably for many years Harvard's position a1 an institution of higher learning." f NOTABLE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC SALES ?ffl Under the Management of ^S The American Art Association NOW ON FREE VIEW 9 A. M. UNTIL 6 P. M. SPECIAL EVaENING VIEW Tomorrow (Friday) 8 until 10 o'clock At the American Art Galleries Madison Square South, New York To Be Sold at Unrestricted Public Sale on the Evenings of January 16 and 17 In the Grand Ball Room of the Hotel Plaza ?.alrni??.?.!? *<y eaird f? tie had frei? of th* mann?:er? A Very Important Collection of Exceedingly Valuable Modern Paintings Included among which are Many Important Works of Artistic Distinction By the Masler? of the Barbizon, Modern French, Dutch, German and American Schools, and the Remarkable Group of Impressionist Paintings by Claude Monet Collected Darin** the Past Thirty Years by the Late Mr. James F. Sutton '?*P - ?- -trstcd ?..ata-JoR-jr muled on receipt of One Doll.r. ALSO ON FREE VIEW 9 A. M. UNTIL 6 P. M. To Be Sold at Unrestricted Public Sale At the American Art Galleries On the Afternoons of January 13th (Saturday of This Week) 15th, 16th, 17th, 18tb. 19th and 20th at 2..30 o'clock An Extensive Collection of Fine Old Antique Chinese , D -*?> ? ? Japanese Bronzes Porcelains r A Large number of Jades, Antique Chinese Porcelains, Pottery, Enamels, Snuff Bot- Enamels, Ivory Carving?, ties, Ivory Car-ving?, Greek Objects in Silver, Netsukes, Mid Koman Glas?, Ecclesias- . , , ? tir?, v..i_ Lacquers, and a number of iical Vestments and a num- * b?r of Fine Old Kakemonos Flemish Tapestries From the Collection of the Late Being the Property of Mr. Edson Bradley Mr- James F. Sutton ?f \lX*t?' N'w Ts?ro *nd r?r "**"' T~" "?n,or ?*?*?? ?* \Nashinflon, D. C. .h. Aro--rlr-.n Ars A???ris.llon '?* ,'.!o-*uej mailfd on receipt of F.ftv <;entv : he stJ-a. will be conducted by MR. THOM??V5 E. KIRBY tnnil hit? ?aaiadsnl. Mr. (TlKn Narnii ?,f ^****V^*KI AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Managcrs^-^^Oi MxlitBon *>q. Saasntla. ?JaA ranee (I E. ''.a ?ti.-i ?????? Terk. I^Q?jt?jA? CHURCH CENSUS TO COVER CITY Religious Enumeration of New York Is Planned for February 4 3 HOURS ALLOWED FOR FULL COUNT Catholic, Protestant and Jewish Faiths Are Promoting Work A religion? census of unparallelled extent frill be taken Sunday, February 4. when 15,000 workers, representing Hebrew. ? atholie and Protestant de? nominations, wiJI canvass every homn In greater Nnv York to ascertain tho religious affiliations and prefri enees of each one of the city's inhabitant?. 1 lie census >? under the control of the '?(,'rrater Xew York Visitation" committee. It is promoted by the New Toft ?'ity Sunday School Association, n'ong with the Sunday Sihool as?ocm tions of Brooklyn, Queens and Rich? mond, and tiie International Snndaj School Association. The announced purpose is "to vis? every home, give printed invitations to all the people, inviting them to attend the churcn, ?ynagojrue nnd Sunday school of their choice, aiul secure records of the church connection or preference ot every individual." records are to be given to the pastor, prlMt, rahb; or organization preferred. All Faiths I nil.-d All religious faiths are cooperating ifl the religious movement. Cardinal Farley, Bishop David II. Creer and Kabbi I>r. D. ?le Sola Pool are support? ing it for th?> Koman Catholic, Protest? ant Fpiscipnl and Hebrew organir.a t ion?. .-.i, 4. ,, ' p|,,,,.. : ,.nt, ec? clesiastics on tho general committee are those of Bishop Luther B. Wilson, Bishop P. J. Hayes, Ris'iop M. \V. Imi? tiert, Bishop Charles K. McDonnell and Bishop Frederick Barg* The laymei i nnittec comprises John D. Rockefeller, jr.. Frank A. Van? derlip. William PelloWOS Morgan, Jus? tice Victor .1. Dowlinf, William A. Preadatrgast, Willian Bern, Cornelius N. Bliss and many others. Labor or? ganizations are represented in the Home Visitation Committee by Ernest B?hm, (Mto \.chola and several others. .1. Shrove Durham, who has made church censases for eight years, embracing a total of 43,000,000 of the inhabitant? of the United States, bos ?general charge of the campaign. I nial Meeting To-da\ A final meeting of committeemen will he held this afternoon in the assembly room at the Metropolitan Building. Every minister, priest, rabbi and Son day school superintendent in the city has been Invited to the meeting, which is scheduled for 4 o'clock. Present plans are that on Sunday afternoon, February 4, at 2 o'clock, the census will begin. In three hour!-' : ne it will be finished, the committee main? tains. Two persons will call at each house, obtain the necessary data and distributo the "Co to Church" car?! The work has ?boon planned in a n< thodical way. so that every mir the three hours will be productive of results. INQUIRY INTO D'ANTIN'S DEATH BEGUN BY LANSING Former Attache Fearcri Foul Pia?. His Frit-nd* Say i Ficu: Tt4e Trlhun? nueee i Washintrtotv Jan. 10. The State De? partment to-d?y began an Inv? t?on into the death of Lall I?-' former attach? of the American En bassy in Mexico, and lsteiy employed h> the Mexican Embassy here. D'Antin ri ed in a rail Stay train near San Lui? Potos?, on Monday night, en route to Queretaro with Se?or Arredondo, Mex? ican Ambassador Designate. Friends of D'Antin here say that be? fore leaving for Mexico with Mr. Arre? dondo he expresaed the fear that he woult? meet foul play. D'Antin hRd been Se?or Arredondo** right hand mm for two/years. Mexico CitJ, Jan. 10, That there i? any nystery li IBs death ef D'Antin is not believed her?-. Accord? ing to annarently reliable reports D'Antin died fron heart disease, and un- buried St ^an Luis Potosi, where Se?or Arredondo stopped lor* enough ? i.-'end hi? funeral. WOULD BAR DOGS ?ROM STREETS At PUBLIC NUISANCE, Woman I cader in Clean L Campaign Says Apartment Houses Mere Are Kennels "The city? best apartme nt hou? are getting In be no more than ?par in?*-' kennels." Mrs. Juliu? M. ?"oh chairman el the committee on ?tree el ihr Womrii's Municipal League.' ?a fe tetda** eftetnoon at the annu meeting of the Anti-I.it(*r League. the AJeemeniC Chamber of th** (i Hall. Mrs. (ohii declared lhal th* "t(?rrib dog isiaaace" ?*?? on-? of th? mo *(?r.oii-i problems of the city, and ask? for an ordinance banishing dogs fro th? streets. She read ih? old ord nance passed in New York when it mi firi-t decided that hog;-? d;d not mal the ideal street cleaners, declsrii that all owner? who allowed their hoc !" roam the ??r-?"? ihenld ba habl? I foif?'it them for the poor of Ihe fit It would bo n jrood (hing- to havp th ordinance repeated, ?ubstittlting "?log? for "hop?," she said. The Anti-Litter League, whirh only a yenr old. ha? accon*pli?he?i ? n.uch for the purification of the ell that Mayor Mitrhe! has written a le ter to ( lark.on (owl, atesldeat ' il.? leagae, aerating him that it? wor nie? \?i?h the entire approval of tli eni.rr- administration, ni-?l wishing hii in bis further plan?. One of the most important of the? plant il to ?.'rnre |->n,i*inn "block car tr.ir.?-" fu?- I?M7, whose duty will be ' ?.p.* that 'hose residing on their l?lor alle** et rubelen ef any Vir. in the streets ASKS PUBLIC AID IM. R. PROBLEM!. Head of Railways' Boar Appeals for (o-opera tion by Nation Louisville. Jan. 1(4, Frank Trumbull chrurmnn of tho Railway F.xeeutive? Advisory Committee und chairman o the board of director? of the ( hesa peake & Ohie Railway Company, at th? annual dinner of the Louisville Tran? portation Club to-night appealed fol the cooperation of tho American pe?? pie in solving the economic problem! confronting the railroad?. "They ha\ c," he unid, "the oppor tnnity to aci-omplish the most import ant piece of constructive work sinci the passage of the Federal Reset*. bunkiii,,' ?i He deelated it wb? the people's prob lern "jost a?? vitally'' as it was thf railroad'? problem. "To-day. even after the most pro? perous year In their history," Mr Tmmbiill ?aid. Bd the railroad* utterly unahlo to meal the de?ra::<(' at commerce. Railroad efficiency ha? beat ?.Ti?>usiy impaired and railroad credit injured ?o that the business of the whole nation Is .?ufl/Ting from the lark ?t Its fundamental need adequate tranf.portati'111. "To this statement doubtl??? th? rail r<->nd critic would reply that during 1i?1<" the railroad? earn?*?! over $!/in?V 000,000 the greatest sum in their his? tory. Thi? sounds impressive, but it show?, a return of less than 6 per cent on the rai!*-r?ad property devoted to the Bee of the public. . . . And in the fa?-? of a constantly rising cost of labor and material thi? martrin of earning? is bound to decrceSC.*1 M'?anwhile, accor?lirg lo the speaker. one motor company, ?n 191*5, had earned 3,000 pet Cent?n its capita! i .ation, while - ef other corporation? hud ? . etnl and more on their common stock, in their Investments, he ?aid, the American people had returned an obvious answer whether they would pi.ice their money in "unregulated pri? vate business showing such returns or in the over-regulated railroad bus.ne.? with Hs many uncertainties and rela? tively meagre returns." CITY PLANS NEW FIGHT TO CHECK PNE??M0NIA ..?) ?iicreat??' in the number of deaths in New York, due to pneumonia. ?->:? rday resulted :n the announce? ment of a plan of the Henlth I>ep?r' r.ient to distribute without charge a serum for the cure of the disease in all case? that would yield to such ; treatment. Since only certain variet?s of the many kind? of pneumonia may be sur 1 cessfully treated by use of the anti pneumoeoceus serum, it wa? agreed ; that samples of sputum be forwarded tu the department, examination made and the serum returned to the pa 'lent'? physician within a few hour?. Attache?*! to the statement issued bv the Henlth Ilepartment is a table | showing an enormous increase in the i?iea(h rate *r.?m influenza, bronchitis. I Khar pneumonia and broncho pneu? monia. The Sale for Which Thousands Wait! FAMOUS ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE ^ OF MEN'S AND TOUNG MEN'S ^V OVERCOATS and SUITS The Clothing Event of the Year! Commences Saturday Morning. Complete Details in To-morrow's Papers au LIGHTERAGE FIGHT A MENACE - i Railroads .Say Differential to Meet Oossing Hudson Would Upset Rate Basis ? The diseeutiaaaaes of free lighterage nt the Port of New York would wreck the whole freight rate fabric of the! rountry. Such, at leaat, is the conten- j tion of the trunk line rnilroadn and the commercial and financial organization! ' of tin? and other cities opposed t?> the petition for auch a ?liscontinuancc ma.le hy the eitles of N'orth'Tn New Jersey.: It became increasingly clear at yester? day's hearing before \V i I h u r La Roe. Jr., rxan nor re? 'rie Int?ntate ?ommerce ''ommission. that on this contention the* would lav their greatest snpbasis. Other SrgUBienta ?.?.ill be made, su? h ?i? that unce New York ha? ?pent hun? dred? of ?aillions for the improvement of tho port and Sew JertOl practically BOtbing I I he highly nnfali to penalise this ritg for the benefit of connanlties ?grown rieb ob Mew f?rb business. They ??antead ;?.l?o that to ?gire Mew Jersej cities a freight ra'e alfa ran tial amounting: In the cost of lighterage acrosi the Hudson would lie ?oli?*ing the port into tw? sompetingj hal?es and greatly irtarding it? wise development. Might Vaesi MmSa Raaia Their main point concern? the threat? to the country'* rate fsbi i r, bu i ??, r? fJhleagO and New York, rates to the lat'er ?point ?nclu?l ing the J?rSO) term?nala. "Dent g/eu knon thai the Mew York rate Is the basic rale fron which are calculated the differentials enjoyed by Philadelphia, Baltimore end Norfolk!" van a question which Riehard W. Bar? rett, chairman of th? legal commi"ee o:" the trunk line railroads, asked B. t. ('ros?on, chief engineer of the Board o" Commerce ami Navigation of the State of New Jersey, who teal on the witness Stand. Hut Mr CrOQSOn, in (ommon with the other witnesses Called by the N'o-.v Jersey petitioners, took refago in the plea that he was not ;i rate expert and was therefore not 'ify. PRESIDENT FACES SUFFRAGE PICKETS fonllnuecl from |>?(r I marble statue that will probably he made of him one day and placed i^ the Capitol. He greeted them not. He inn then not. Bat In thirty min its I i teas the sniling host to a group of enfranchiseil Indians, who wai?ed on him had petitioned him the day before In a little while he an?! Mrs. Wilson rode out nt the other entran?-?'. There was t itinel guard there, and Mrs, Wilson, who was talking animat? edly until she saw the other women, s'opped short and looked at them as if ? I roe have ween women do this and know how it is done, fot whole seconds while the limousine ?rae getting out of the gate she looked them ov?t an if taking stech of their bear? ing and their clothes. These stood up vi ry well under I Helen Hill Weed, daughter of Repre? sentative Hill, mas one of them, and she looked stunning in a long, monk? like gown and gray furs. Her banner hung in rich colored dignity in front of her. Mr?. Wilson m.'4de no (<ign. In an hour Miss Margare! Wilson returned to the White House in the motor and waved to them. Thus in the short apace of an hour was the attitude of the Presiden! si group denoted to them. Kioitcment on the Avenue Meantime down the avenue exrite ? nt ws int? Souebody started a movement to gel the women away. The I'ark Commissioner said that this was not his obligation. The Chief of I'olire laid that he had no authority. Nobody eould find any one v.ho had any. People were passing along the street and voicing their Ben? timenti freely. One of the easiest things to obtain on this story was an interview. AH of the silen: sentinels would tell you at once all about it. Arcording to Mrs. Weed the moat in? solent of the commentator? were the negroes; the idlest she ?aid the mo?t insulting were the uniformed so! .' en, The mo't lynpathetic were the men. "They lay OS they pass so that 4> e hi d sal he passersby can hear, 'Keep it up! Keep it up" They seem to get our position much better than the women. I don't believe the men ar4> for him." So great had the movement trrown by nightfall that thousands of women here in Washington, m.11 y of whom do not belong to the union and others trom all over the eastern nnd nlddls portion of the- United State?, tele? graphed that they would cone to help. There ? to I"' a writers' day? at which Mrs. Will irwin will assist The?-? will be also days in charge of Yassar and some other colleges. The women of New Yo?-k will have a day. I expressed herself a? delighted with result? thus far "We ?hall ?:?ep ? up," ihe said, "until ?Con? ,,-rpi. passes oar amendment or until ?hel'i' Ips us. Of course, when he hilps it will peso." A ( umulative Movement The movement is cumulative in ef? fect. Those who were there to-day will ?tav until the end, at.d It is predicted that by Inauguration Hay then will be t-vo thousand ?rone** essenbled around tne Wbite Reuse Those on guard to? day w? --?? Mi Res.-?- II. I'apandre, Miss Mildred Gilhert and Miss Berat ? -one. Sari Francis?e* M.s* Vivian Pierce, Ha-. Diego; M ?? o'ertrude C?-ocker and Miss Angaste 'rocker, Chica**?). Those from non-suffrage state? were Mr? M. C. Dowell, Phila- ' delphia; Mis? Mau i Jameson, Norfolk; Mi?? Pauline Floyd ArfcansMi Miss -, The United States is YotirS if you are in good health. The United States spells Opportunity. Health comes from right selection of food and right habits. Two Shredded Wheat Biscuits for break? fast will supply more nutri? ment than many a two-dol? lar meal, and costs only four or five cents. A meal to work on, to play on. Shred? ded Wheat is ready-cooked, and ready-to-eat. Made at Niagara Kalla, N. Y. Elisabeth Smith, Mis? Joy Young and I Miss Winifred Kranris, I hi? city. Among ! abo served as relief were Mr; Sophie c Metedith, Richmond, Va., chairman of the Virgin1? branch of the ( <'otigressional Union* Mr?. Helene Hill Wi ed, Norwalk. I'onn.; Miss Kath? erine R. Fisher. New V??rk; ?flee Ell*" ?he.h M???>ii Heath, Richmond and -igton, Mi?. Lido M.ller I. rwh; Mr?. Florence Br. ? - H? kcI, (His *?ty, formerly of P.t*? burgh. Mis? Mabel V'ernon, of Wilmington. Del., i? in charge of the arr?ngem??ni ? fet the guarding of th? White House, With Miss Mary C.nrtniil?" Kendall, of ( Hnltimore, assisting. Both have been ai-tive workers in the Congressional' 1'nion and the Woman's partv and in tho recent campaign work in the We?t-' ern States. Miss Vernon is a gradu a(?> of Swarthmore, Mis? Kendall of! Bryn Mnwr. Both they and other of-i finals of the ('??ngressiona! Cnion ex- | presse?! satisfaction with the results' of the tir?t day's work. The guard for the [laughters of the American Revolution Pay will he ar- ' range?! by Mrs. Helena Hill Weed, a former vice-president general of the organization. Suffragists Cheered by Wilson's Rebuke Were the women of the ''ongr*"? sional Union cast down by President Wilson's rebuke to them on Tuesday?! N'ot at all. They picked a. much en- ! rouragem??;:' <?ut of the President's last ' ll to help them as they did out of j the recen? election, in which, it will b* | romcmbored, thev set out. to ?le'eat Wilson, and when Wilson won they said > the*" had BCCOmpliehed wonders because they had pu' women on the po? litical map. Be yesterdav. at a meeting ?? thi Ritl ( arilon Hotel, lire. Abb e SCOtt Baker, OHC Of "he ????"'re?? of the union. told the S.-i. York women that It was ' plain from Preeidenl W leen's i?*mark? ' o:i TuesH.'iy thai SQl tO help | Hie pas?age at the Federal amendment ? tor woman sutfrage. "I hav? done my best." ?he President said, "and ?hall continue to do my best i?? concert it the D?mocratie parir] m the inter?s! ef e rau-c in which I per? sonally helif. ? '? There, you See!" ?aid Mr*. Baker tfiumnhantlj". "He said he would con eett h i -a ? i a r t y New, what does that mean, if not that he will make more effort than he ha? in the past to have our bill pa ;-o<l '.'" Di AJlan Mi I urdy ?aid: "I never heard such a silly, stupid and nonsensical statement a? that, made by President Wilson to the Congres? sional Cnion yesterday." Then h? went on to aiivise th? *uf fragists to form at once a campaign fun?l to ?Irt'fa; Demorra*? ?n the by i lections twe J'ente from now. "Vou should put aside SO cent-?." he said, "of every dollar ?-??nt.ributed to your ? 11 for a fund to dimin the working majority of the Demo ? '.'. ? ?t." II a very l?.tre attendance, women Standing t-en and fifteen deep around the doors in th ? hope of catch? ing a Bight of Mm?. Yvette i.uilbert, who va? the star of -he aftwraoon. After the political programme she appeared. "I am glad to sp.>??'?. for la bonne canee,** she tmlled, "betense II concerne not onlv America, but the whole world. It Is through women that peace "rill be imposed on tho wolle*." The wrmen then took up the sober task of passing a resolution asking Ptesiden' Wilson to push the suffrage Mrs. Belmont pi? for the vurk of the amendment, and ethet donations hrough? the fund up to about ||,l ARMY AND NAVY NEWS: MOVEMENTS OF WARSHIPS Wtmm Tea tttam i nn.-tsaul Waahluiton. Jamis-j 19. 4BM1 es-?*, bajsi 11, i m u sa rtsra nth t?. r-a ? Cap?. OBOBOB B III NTMt. le ISta I a.a.i-. rUAMClS M ? i -na ll Uat ? etwa, now s( Arm? >.| Ni ? (tarns-fa Hospital Hal sprint? !? ? ?a ? Il . - ?firtrj ?luir Csi.t. IIKMtT ' i ** B. 41. M T., !' II ?, Wrlai i. Jan. ss . I Csjrt tiKORCK Eema.v ii q \i r ? s:.i l.Ml!. i mi ::v.<i rtKB rntrt I us . - ruiUn? l . ? ? . 1st?. PTnOI.VAVD ? POXDi f'reri. sss!?--?l ?. ?-.i dedlled -r?r.?T?t rsssr ? , ?-I ,-r Kt Tajo 'nr ; ' Mr?; u lOATPn W Vr:F(!? ratirrA. titan] *ru"..4 i-?r?T?! re ? ?jan-sies a: I ?1 rrporl te ra>rr':lt''is Iflra-r I I for '.ir.pr?!!-. .1 m a? i<?l-,f ?n*. M - ? (.lliri'lT?t ?'traft a?, i ?? ? ? -a T ( (IIS ? H?- i . ?H.?. - na via oatTtrni f..r ? ?? ? 1 x? ? s:>-. WILLIAM l. ' ? new on -.n? ?SS ? I """fl -- s ... ai i ?.?aim? i-lisrf* . -v ?nujcn ?? ?* ">"??] tintia: BIS* k-Wa*--*U - a /- ,.. ? m i -?-? I Indes a' . < ' ? lues ?apt FliWARO N \?-.,(,l.(! 1 ? ? > oeoaiie b covfi,' ? i ? U KiiIK-HT II H -" ? ? I ? First U DON 11 ' P M'( "U." M r-in .?-.,. ?..Irslimi fiair ? i . i ? Iafaf.? ' HOM IS, Jr !?? l'ai ?-?' ? - , ,- . :? :? si HMITl mn\ m , ? 01 - - BaaalaT . lolls , VVAT80' ' sss \fa., a? M ' : ? ? i.i t winn.Ks im ??? - .?? . *.f!<-*il??f\ **n>Vr :? M STTKCTE '-?? I ?-??:.<. i . s /?' ? V ? , Parker p a rsiassslsi a it HATO i" ' ? n't-f Ot JUt ? IT* Island s . i P. A I'ajrr.a.-a? O MOR? ?? I > ? ' ? . I. ? . . . ? 1104 I ' AKKIVFIi ? ??a . I<W? J?n ? Albat;- ai r>iir( Siaur,' Col .?>? . ? Tlsm-5litns.il.? I ir"..'. at Ha?'.hi Hi-. ?, U ? Waal"? ,-s a ?? ' ? i-?l K ! il T ? - ??: a . \a?. ' . . - ? , run al Ha? : ? . Rot . ? ? ' ?h al - - ? n.la . ? c-,, Jsn I -N'-? ' -. ?? - i A-a.!-n ?\r Jsn i ... . '.v Itunut?ti [USts Iva ?.-?? -.. Is ??! Ii"?sj. V.? ? . .'?? * ju : f-ar n?au) . ? h ! * ?-?. fo ? 7S.- i fer T.ampkinirr.'.* si?4 Ras-sptasi R. ?... N rssM HaJSptoS It-. y.:it Via. Yi-rS. Tuni;.klr,?a1t.? lo Ma . ? Rsppshs-iDaaek Spit 10 ???, r**-4S*SM Portan I'ru ~ '-?'? i.i" Sta-rUMi r-arta 'O: N?>r* S >IU rosiipklnaslil? U MS. 1'txt: v?arf?. a ?art 1st Hir.po>n Ro?l? W ? M Ins, Nssi 'i ?V ? ?.? 'r? l'a*- Hsa?aa**a*-Q Rr??vt? foi Scauf -?i Dtl 1 OrSMU 1? ? *l.?r tl a Saawprarl for Na-ar Vlafk POUCE DEPARTMENT aaore* [JM '? earn IsiaS T i>r?? ilaast -*'*i "*? srt??. slot 4 4 ' '*?? ? ^ Ts-s|H?<-?a-> Asslinmssits. t-i?p?.-.ar Jo*? Y D??r-??r. ?<1 i !? ?<. ssniiin* '? '?'? I. D.. In i ? ??n A ll-?. ll '?.Tl..1? i?r.arr ., ? ? vol 2?) dsrSa jan 9 M'.r.'.s. F Wsish ? " T-a.-:iij .. ?g .a a :?; '.1 Hetfrari' ?,?<??>-? l?srrt--., Trat > a ^ H dlTI Jsi 11 Mi.jnta-* Pal. ... a m and M ,'t-ir.? ? an i? . - . rsd fits Jal t mta tat f'oi.lp H..hmii. . "-ama 1-a.u. [????. g-?---'?-' ??art S?-I>cvi?h liSttl W.'.lsni tiit . 1.7a, b UaetMtaf ?*?a, garsid Ri-il.?-? K4th JnJ-.n r* (1 Hs-a, .? ' ? R.?S-" ?I*--* H ILfbery Mini-.*::. Trs/ I) Insasph Msgr-ar? Sid *ns?a<>-aV Rrsr st***-. H?.!r Tni-a-nsn U't? JsiiMi Br-?ir.sn Ittxh treat I. iv.'.atip. i,Mi Chart** ? ' ' " - as H aat-cssi Hssin? Maaa-SU ' '*?' * Har-r WUI'.a-ns T-a' ' -tr,hB Kaas*. i?a.r.|. k Masaban. *vi mat r-wia-r?.-. '?... vs'1 'a. Trail a- -"--Iwaai SO ?1?.?? J." II !??? ? - - . ,u.l Juma i|??r>x?n > li-,r / lUpsUl M -UTS, Jsn 11 L?*s?-a> ?( Abaa-s.? ?...,. M Lr?t??r:a-? ^.a . 4 du? Jsr. IJ I't ? i,-a? r. . ? -^ i ?i?. s :?l/ ?? THHwa >?? Ru-?? ?-"'h. l *i? n Jar ? jll a?, WSII? a? tVak R*?sa>rt. r?-r?-*-sssi Jonn , j Mahsr ' s m .????? u ?4'ii-n rtlssbtll'- l*i?-.'* I-utJB. 1'4U?. 14 3^ P m D*a*S s. k? oooa, . f -i. i t i run i Thursday, January 11, 1917 I o ? department ?? engaged in ?operating the ?heap of advertising, and of tho service which back? up edverrieing. from the goat??and hanging ? bell on the goat?. It invite? i. ?ter? describing experience*?pleasant or unpleasant?with advertisers, whether they bo manufacturers, wholoeale houses, retail stores or public service corporation*. It will print those letters which is*m to show most typically how an advertiser i deeds square with the word* of his advertising. Only signed letters, giving tho writer ? addren. will be read. But the name will be printed or withheld, a* preferred. Addre**: The Ad-Vi.or. Tho Tribune. New York. INCLOSED is ? page from the Worcester Ca.ette of Wednesday Pecember It, and you will no'? that in the centre of the peg? 1* a boost for Emerson Motor? f omnany. This struck me as ridiculous, after having read your revela Con about the Kmemon method?. I suppose that there i* some publicity agent behind this company who is getting publicity o' thll kind in new?p?pers throughout the country. F. W. P.. What was inclosed was the Automobile Page of the Worces? ter Evening Oazette, at the top of which appeared a reading no tice headed, "Emerson a Loader." and accompanied by three dim halftones -one of a man labelled Willi? George Emerson, another ?if a iquan brick house marked Administration Building, and a *hird of a long, low structure with the caption, "Bird's Eye Vie** of Factory, Kingston, N. Y." The notice is a personal tribut* to Mr. Emerson, ending with this touching sentiment: "Mr. Kmorson's latest task is the pro duction of the lowest-priced 110-inch wheel baue touring car in the world, He feels that of all his many services to the common good none more deserved his efforts than the work In which he and his associates are now engaged." The common good is good. In fact, it is good and common if he means the $700.000 common stock of the Emerson Motor? Company, Inc.. it is especially good. If you need further infor? mation we shall bo pleased to send you the results of an investi gation of Emerson Motors by Ciaret Oarrett, financial editor pi The Tribune TUSK'S many a trifle that leaves one with a bsd taste, but fMat on? left an actual taste and an odor. Saturday morning I stopped at the drug ?tore of V R. MrAvoy. If..** ?Christopher Street, and asked for a "26c bottle of Pine Tsr cough syrup.'* and was handed a bottle of "excellent remedy for hoarseness in 'he 'hroat. et*." ?rbieb I am ?ending you by separate mail. Since ??hen have pine tar and pia n black moUs'es been classified a? belomjpng to th* same family? What do you think of the druggist who will sell such a concoction when his customer asks for something else? Note there ? nothing on the bottle to say that it ISN'T Pine Tar. Also, if you or one of your inspectors has a few momenta and wan?? to have his fortune told, drop into (he same drug ?tore while the ledv ? in charge an?! BentlOlt that yon must get "something in the form of a laxative." I didn't get that far, but I had a hard job getting out the door without leaving $1.*>0 for "a treatment that will thoroughly cleanse pern and make you feel like new" Other details of this verbal advertisin? an- better repeat? ?I by the female advertiser than written. I work in that neighborhood, which accounts for me h?:ving an\ ? of them, but even a hasty glance should convince you that if ho mast prevail in merchandising, whether clay pipes or automobile?, that is the kind of neighborhood that needs the most attention. W. W. H The Expectorant isn't pine tar and doesn't pretend to he. Its label t-tate.s plainly that it contains both heroin (one of the most potent and dangerously habit-forming of the morphine derivatives) and chloroform. And the experience points two morals: Look out for the man who tuhst ?tutes, and read labels' IS A MERCHANT doing himself justice when he charges extra fot a guarantee? Inclosed is an advertisement of silk hose "with guai snt"e. $ I.*".">; without guarantee. Si." Will it not give to the reader the ?mptesslon tha* the merchant lacks confidence in his own wares when he has to charge "?*? per cent extra to cover the guarantee* On the same day, in the same city, another firm advertises ? . hose a* SI a paii' It offers this guarantee, which I likewise inclose is its printed form : "Whether you buy one pair or a doxen pa.r?, we guarantee your "action; no matter how long you wear them, you can return to as for a new pair free any pair that does not give yon as satisfactory we?' ? i think silk hose should. Exchanges made by us in our hosiery department; you ire saved the trouble and expense of wrapping, tul liag and returning to the mills; there is no delay exchanges mad? D) u ? at once." Both Woolf Brothers, who charge extra for their guarantee, arrt Auerbaeh * Onottel, who make the ?guarantee that I have Just quoted in full, bear reputations for fair dealing in Kansas City, where they are located. But there can be no doubt where the average buyer who see? both ad?, is going to purchase hi?--or rather, her hosiery. "CRITICAL ." For a store to charjre extra for a guarantee is as ridiculous as it would be for a lawyer to charge extra for (riving honest advice or a doc tor for giving you the right medicine. There i? only ntie kind of service, ami that is satisfactory service. To charge extra for it is not only a -ion of weakness; it's proof that there's something wrong with the ordinary kind. DO YOI' h.ivc fits'.' Or fainting spells'.' Or sudden losses of memory" Then perhaps you may receive a personal long-hand note from Mi?* Ellfl M. Un .soy. of Kendallvi?e, Ind. Or if not from Mis? Hussey. poe libly fron -Mrs. T. J. Ford, of Hastings, Mich. They both have a friendlv word of advice to give you. It is very friendly. And disinterested. Th> Tribune is fortunate enough to have in its possession these origi? nal n?>t?s from the ladies, one to us direct from a reader, the other sub mittcd *o The Tribune by the American Medical Association: A friend told me about your trouble, and I thought yoo might ap i recinto beariag from me. I never like to talk about this. but. siace my relief from that terrible ?icknes*. I always try to help others when ever I can. 1 o teil you in a few words. At ?en years old I was taken wi'h ?aiming spells. My father, who was a minister of the Go'pel. got the heel physieians at home and from a dutance. but I received only slight temnorary relief, and the spells kept getting worae until 1 had fhetn from a few hours apart to a n"?,k apart, and going from bad tO worse. Filially we heard that a medicine called ?'oriver?e Treatmen? liad cured several people. My father had no faith, hut sent for it, anv how, and it helped me from the flrst. We fool we can nevi^r repay the Converse Treatment Company I what it has done for our family, and I would earnestly ad\i?e you 'o write them about vour trouble. Thev wer* fair and honest with me Moping von may be benefited as I was, believe me truly a fl SI ELLA M. HUSSEY. Kendallvi?e, Ird. 1' 8 You may a?ldres? your lette? just "Converse f'ompinv ? atabas, Ohio." A friend. Mrs. 1 rank Lawson. ?poke of you an,] asked n.e to writ* you L don't like to talk of this, but my husband's recovery from a terrible malady makes me want to help o?hers For more Can eleven vears he suffered with epileptic ?-pells arrl was treated by four doctor?, besides ?evera! kind? of medicine, but t* i 1 Hy accident we learned of the Converse Treatment, and w* ;ed to give it a trial. I am so glad to say for more than five yetrs he has had no at? tacks, and is now in the most robust health He can now do any kind of work. I am so thankful for such a remedy and would advise yoo t? Oi ?e *o them. You can rely on anything they Uli you Believe mo t., be a friend. MHS T J l'ORP Mrs. Ford, however, let* the cat partially OBl of the oag by the ref oft*?on to Mrs. Frank Dawson in the opening .??rteixe. Presumably thia friend is the wife of Mr Frank Dawson, and Mr. F?-ank Iiawson is ierre tary and treasurer of the C'onver-e Treatmen. Company, of Columbus Ohio. And, among other things, The Tribune ,s also fortunate enough to posses? a copy O? the pamphlet, "Kpilepsy (are I raids." issued bv the American Medical Association in li'lo. The ( onver?e Tre..Unen? Company leads the list of the sixteen quack cure? therein de-.c-i.bed. Per haps Mr. Dawson was too modest to talk about his own virtues. To one of the officials, of the propaganda department of the American Medical Association we are indebted for this report; "An interview with Miss Hussey t?> day ???gardiiig 'h* Converse Traatnast brought out the fact that, in her own words, ?bane fited, but not cured.' Though her testimonials as published in the Converse pamphieta and her letters convey the impression of a ???mpleto reesytSt} she has been taking the treatment for ten years, and still has two or three wigorat weekly. As might be expected, ?he has the appvatam ,? of -jffer ing from chronic bromlsm. As to th*" 'personal' letters sne writes, they are ??opied by her from a form sent on by 'Dr.' Her-x-rt Sanderson, presiden' of the ( on verse Treatment Company, who supplies the list of name.* a? well." How many p.iople have been taken in by thin scheme during the y?r in which it has b?en worked we have no means of knowing. ProhablY a great numb<rr, for it is very plausible, very ingenious- ar.d thoroughly despicable. Much of the company's direct correspomience seems also ?? be written with a view to instilling confidence by appearing to be personal Such a letter, written m long hand, is the following, turned over to The Tribune by a man who was luckily more amused than ?*??nvit.? e? I ?ecelved a letter 'o-day from Mr? *?', a Hussey, Kendailvil.?. Ind.. asking that I send you my book on Epilf The strong drug? known a? opiates, fr?quente -riven for th.? rouble, should be avoided. Our treatment relies largely on a I ? ,ble herb feathered for us at a distance and especially prepared for ?at in our laboratory, and ha? been responsible for tome remarkable ?esults. Its success in both n?w and old cases can be judged by read ng the many voluntary letters In the booklet. Some probably de -cribe caaes similar to your own. If you will faithfully observe our direction! we shall h? pleased to serve you to the best of our ability H. K. SANDERSON Quite so, Mr Sanderson. Perhaps you will be pleased to serve to the best ?>f your ability, if by your ability you mean the power of ?getting money out of those who trustingly look for a cure and receive only an over-priced drug Vet if you can find real pleasure in your 'ask. we are sorrier for you than we are for your victims. ?. - i The next Ad-Visor tri?t* oppear Sunday. January U.) ?