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Weddings Held Here Yesterday Miss Flranor Bownr Wisner Is Bride of Lirut. Mur? ray Townsend Quigg Mere vrr.l.lrnj-s of interest to socifty t__k r'*cr toautWt.ua thnn on any tlay thii fa". *nd aaaat of them were mili tgn- i-**.'-1"*-- * '*\ bridrproon; ''1 UA* ,r* ir. uniform. One of the ,?n*fe.t I waa t>r;it of Miaa Sophie Yeuinjf. lm! er of MlO. ItrUU Vanntr.g Young. -o i nptrr;n lieorge L. Hubbell. jr., t*. S. jj_ -.n St H_rthoU>m. wV (hurch. The ..rerapny ?a. pe-rformed by the Rev. Ilr. Lr.-_r.4-r Park*. and a reccptior follo^ed at the home of Mm. Young, "ti Letington Avenue. The ' . r-u.,;. 1 her br.thrr, Cool r.k \our.j_, wp-r .4 | IBTB cf Whltd Mtitt, with a lace ,. w mother woro rit her wed Mrr>. Pan.e! C I'atterson, of Bndgei'ort. < onn., was the matron of hor.' r Bad ' Httetidants wera Xri. Willard l'ari t r Iwowr, ir.. Mist .. i . .!:as Marjorie h. Weo!-> II Manrarct and Mi*s ihbell, sisters of the bn<i4> j I ooil ar.ii Kdith T. Dalzall. rou. - | an flower (Platl Habbell aerred as har'a be-t man. arwl the ushers , mta !!'rwuti (ole, llaaool . Roger Gilderaleeve, C'arl Me* Alexander I.airgford and C_d waledt -?? aad Eaaign I V. K. Qillett l olton Carter _-? ...- ' On V. Carter, of Break* or (ienera^ '-, ' s. A.. to Captain B. Col tan, Coaat Artillery, U. >ok alaee yeatardaj afternoon :iv of t.race Chureh. The v oi v.raie v nui.u. mr rmed by the Rev. Hotel Hargrave We?t 72nd Street, Between Broad_?y and Coloaibu. Ave., Ru.. ita] Tbrouth to 71it St. Central Park One Block. Bukwatjr, i.ii-vKie.i aaaa Urnat and I ,ii > .4 i I ,i. a li.ill Mo< k. 300 Rooms?200 Bathroomi - . ?: ti. 10 ? r || ? I - ll I N i ,refnll4 *ele. led I lietitele. I Eugene Cable, Manager Pr. Charles Lewia P!_ttery. There aml rn. raoaptlon, The hrido, wha waa g>v <ifi awny by her moth-t. was attendeil by her si?ter. Mi-a Shirlei Virgimn Carter. and Miaa Notalil -'it.h. Cap? tain Edw.n Stiller, of tho Coaet Artil? lery. h-b.4 tha best ni_n. nnd Everett Southwu-k waa ualier. Ilali- Relck Miss Amv R. Rolch, daughter of Mr. and Mr. William < Reick, of 1014 MadtaOH Avenue. waa married lo Chandler Rate.. af "?'? Eoot Sevenlv se\enth Street, m of the late Mr. and Mra. Charlai B. Batai, al i o'clock yes? terday in St, GoO-fOi Chureh. Sea bnght. V I The eeremony wa* ttt "ormed bv the K-v W, I'utton Dale, aad a .mali roeoptlon followtd. Min Margaret Rcu-k wai mani of honor. Robert Ingersoli Rrown wm Mr. Rates'* best man. White Mrrrell Miaa Marv Winston Merrell. ilaugh ter of Mrs. fradoriek Winston Merrell, of Morristown. N. J.. was married to Nelaon I.lo\.l Whita, Ban if Pr. and Mrs. (Iranvtlle M. White. also of Mor ristawa, yaatarday aftaraaan nt the home 0_ Mr-. Merrell. The ceremonv WOI perforriod bl thi Kev. Harrett P. Tyler. reetor of the Chureh of the Ro deenier. it. tl.e presence of only relu ti-,i? and a few tntimate friend". Miss 1 au renee Merrell was her gi.ter's maid of honor. Dr. George E. Woodbine, of N'ew Haven. served ns .Mr. White'e best rr.nn. Quigg Winner Tho marriaire nr' Miai Blgoa?? Bownr n i, r. daufhter af Mr. and Mrs. John H. Wisner. of IS! Weit Fifty-mnth Straat, te Second" Lleatenoal Murray Tawastnd Qui<;.:'. U. S, R . taah plare day Bftemooi In the chantvy e, C.raee Chureh. The bride's only attend : n( -s:,.. ... r eouaia, Miaa PriaefllB Loek . | . - \ ;,.. | |, ? (.,,_.-,!., .., . . . . ? - * ? ? ? ?-? - wood. Liaateoaot Albait Twoodf. U. S i: of Poughkeeoaie, served as hest man. ar.d Faul Wlaner ar.d ,U.hn Colton h . nshers. The eeremony was per formed bv tire Rev. Dr. Charles Lewia Hatt-ry. and a reception followed at the home of the bride's parents. - Atkina?-Markell Another bride of yesterday waa Miaa . I.eoline R. Markell. daughter of Mr. | ar.d Mr*. Charles Markell. of thia city, ! formerly of Sydney. Austrnlin. She \4?< marrlad to Captain Samuel W nght Atkina, 302d Field Artillery. U? -s- A., last evening in the Chureh of the Heav enly Re". The eeremony wne per? formed by the Rev. Kdvvard K. Mat thewa, and a reeeption followed at the home of the tnde's unde. l>r. Kdward D. Deuch, 18 Eoat Plfty-thlrd Street. Plume Parke Mill Panline Brooke Parke. daughter Of (olontl John S. Tarke. U. S. A.. re? tired. ani Mrs. Parke, of Portland. Ore., wa* married to Cantain Stephen Kel lr.jrtr 1'lr.me. U. .c- H. A.. of Waterbury, Conn., at noon yesterday. In the chan- , try of St. Hartholomew's Chureh. Tho eeremony waa performed by the Rev. John N. Lewia. of st. John'i Chareh. Waterburv. The bride was attended hv Mr_. James R. Bhlldon, jr., anti her afl ter, Miaa GenoTlevi Parke. Alton Farrel, of Ansonia. Conn., was the be?-t marr. Koenig?liaston Still another vedding of jresti was that of Miaa Dorothy Wilson Gas ton and Leo Koenig, of this city, in St. Afnee'l ChapeL The eeremony was per? formed by the Rev. W. W. Bell.nger. vicar of "the chureh, aaaiated by the Rev Dr. Leo Koenig. father of the bridegr.om. The bride".. only attendant was Miaa Adelalde Koenig. Robert Brondt, brothei in-law of tha bride* groom. araa the best man. Horan?Baker The marriajre Of Miss .Miriam tiiffing Baker, daughter of Mrs. William Hamil ton Baker, of ? 103 Joralemoi. Street. : Brooklyn, to Lieutenant Earl Campbelll Horan," 1". S. A., son of Mr. and Miv James F. Horan, of Rronxville, and fireat River, Long Island, took plare reaterday aftarnoon in the First Pres byterian Chureh, Brooklyn. The ceie rnony was performed by the Rev. L. Maaon Clarke. The bride was given away by KrancU L. N'ohle. a ilose friend of her father. rhe late William Hamil-. ton Baker. She was attended by her _i.ter, Miss Catharine Haker. Stanley firay Horan. a younger brother of the brideprocm, served ai hest man. In the Second Reformed Chureh, Tarrytown, yepterday afternoon, Miss Alice P. Mellravy, daughter of Mr. and I ? ? ? THE NEW Robert Treat Hotel Faciaag Beautiful Military Park Newark, N. J. ta. VI estartj I erminus of th? Hudson Tuoej?only 25 ;.-? Nflfll York's Distrid? . ttible to Wall Mreet ' entral I'.rk?only 5 I undergroUBd, More Than A Hotel? A Real Home? With guperh, modern apartments and ?ppointmenU. Rest.urant.? Eicellent yet not exponaive. j ou 4 an hav? ta? litxai 4 oi j fine home, a itii all its caan j! ratt ^ py month or thal \. ' lefaan your 1 1 expen?c . Management CHARLES A. CARRIGAN ? ? JJ a ? ? ? B "? Q^7r?rn(TAAAAAi(AlAAA AAA AAAA JI * fll/' ^VrFVtmfm *,%mmV.SKm*mm}mmj*mWmUmmt!J&*Jbl lOTURRAY'S *****, JUST WEST OF BROADWAY, TEt.4535 Bmun tmtrS. Beautiful Roman Garden ["tl" lllls Is OU \I.K (IK BPta l.\l I/ATI4IN .'?/?>' one oi thv reasons why Wurray's is popular. ll a specialize in ehoicest food prodtacts, and as flPf ha\e no expensl\e revue our I'r'nemrare nu dcratc; you are paying for tho best the market affords, domestlc and foreign, at rcasonablc prit.es, amidst hai monious surroyndinqs. SURPASSING DINNER $1.50 I .' i ?? I M fl P. M.I -KKII4 K \ LA 4AKTK. Old Dominion Beefsteak Dinner $1.50 LUNCHEON UNEXCELLED 70c. Cuisine & Service ALMOST PERFECT rijIKIfh V. KYSE. M.nager ^,.3?^ npfel Seville 5th AVE. AND 29th ST. PARLOR, BEDRGOM AND BATH, From $1,500 per year. ROOM, WITH BATH, FOR TWO, $3 to $5 per day. SINGLE R00MS $1.50 PER DAY III).II 4 I.A*.< 4>KI HWtrBA.1. BaVsUC ? .-- p-ne , . ?. ? e " r.-?w4ji plan tlal ina all prl.-ea nn rerjJV.1 Kflward Pui ... m.-.i- ??-, Dlraefor a i-wwumiihii. ?2 -* aaflaaaaaaaaflflflaflflfl^^ WILSON AND BAKER INSPECT LIBERTY WAR TRUCK ? earri.r. were desirned by the automobil. product. diviaion of the Council for Nat.on.l Defence, and arrived in Washinj-tun aftar driving more than 460 mileB over roountaina and hilla. _ *_ Mrs. W. N. Mellravy, beeame the bride of A. Giraad FootO. <?n of Mr. and Mra. Gilbtrt F. Ko.te, of Poaghhitpaie. 1 ba reren.ony was performed hy the Revf Lucas Iloeve. Miia Marion Mellravy \..,s I .-r liator*! aaald ol honor, and tha bridaimaidl were Miss Fthel Donaghue, of Hortford, Conn.; Misa Haiel V. hita, tai New Haven; Mill Kuth Mcllravv a ?later of the bride, and Miss Melva Mt. Ilravy. of Brooklyn, a cousin ot the bride. . , (iilbert F. FootO, jr.. wns his brother s be st man, and the i"i?_.r? were Lieuten? ant Howard F. Herkey, of Tarrytown; Albert Simpson, jr.. of Poughkeepme: J. Howard Barrjr, Jr, Sergeant Albeit Mellravy, Q. M. 0., V. S. A.. of Brook lvn. a cousin of the bride. and Robert L. n....i._y. of Philadelahia, McElwain?Conver?e BOSTON, Oei i-'f *MIii *>**??** Converse ar.d Honald Merriam MrKI waifl were mair.ed to-uay at Kmman uel (hurch. The bride II the serond daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick s. Convona, at Waatwood, and a tis* ter of Mrs. .luniua Speneer Morgan, jr., or' N'ew Vork. and of Miss Marie Tudor Converse, who reeently becania gaged to Lieutenant George A. McC.o*. af Sam York. The O-Relatiag clergymen were the Rev. glwood WorceitOr, D. D, reetor Of the ehttrth. and the Rev. Kranei. Lee W hitfemore, of _>':. Paul's Chureh in Dedham. Mr. Converse gave his daughter in marriage. The bride was gowned in white aatin trimmed with old Brusael. point lace, arhich is an heirloom, formerly belonging to her m'aternal grandmoth ar, Mra. Ftedorle Tudor. ?-a Goats Used to Trample Down Silos Thousand- of travellers who have marvelled over the <jreat round tower. of agricultur.il America, and have been told something .about their purpose, inu-t have wondered how the farmer manages to presa down the onailage. lle uaei various devtees, but here la a ?ovel way: As a means of obviating the shortage of farm workers, a farm? er near LeoTenworth, Kan., employs the aeivicai of six goats for ailo tramp l:ng. The animals are let down into the big eontainera by tho horns; the fodder il thrown in and di.tributed; tl.e goata do the rcst. ln the winter, when th>- great feed stores are opened. the goats have their reward.?Chns tian Science Monitor. HOTEL BRISTOL 129135 Weit 48th Street hverv comfort. -.verv eon venience. I fli.ient service. Ntwly furnlthed. ExctHcal food and a homelike atmosrhere have attracted many fami'i.s, who no longer worrv about Ihe liish COII ol livinp. AMERICAN PLAN Hoom and Bath lor two j?er_ons, $40 to $50 Par Waak. SiltinR Foom, Bedroom and Bath, two aettooi, $45 to $?0 Per Weak; ihre. rer-",n<- mmO to $75 Per Week. T. Elliott Tolaon. ... r JRarff antotnrttf 66th St. & Broadway, N. Y. City. A House of Most refined utmosphac noted foi ttsCjisine Europaam Plan H. STANLEY GREEN Managing Director -Hotel Orleans 100 West Soth, Cor. Columbus A? A Delightful Family Hotel, 0v4rlookln| Central Park. 1-2-3 Room*?Bath. \ll ll_ht inil mry r*oiM_. Eicellent Cuiiine. Japaaeie Service. For Durt'inin .tiat Ptople. Raatoeaele. Near All Traont Liaes. BooUUi. THE HOTEL BELLECLAIRE Bro_(_w?* at _7th ?treet, .\e_. larm. :i- ' x i>(i * Pl. _nd other g.4.,,1 ? Bia#a m ea\ ? K.ih.tt li UU. _??_._. I'roptkalat. Soft Coal Miners Warned by White To Resume Work Union Head Tella Etrikera U. S. Will Not Be Coerced Into Revising Prices INDIANATOMS, Oet. %%* John P. White, preiident ti the United Mine Worker.i nf Amerir'., tn a rtatement to day warned Btnkinft eoal mineri that the fui'l adminiitrv.tion would net be force.i by ?trikrs i .to a revisien ot the eoal prices at the mines. He r-aid: "The fuel adminintration will not make diapoaition flf wage matters now pending until all BtHkfll flffl ended and mining cunditionr. rc?tored to normal. Therefore the sooner the minera re turn to work the .aoner they will reap the benefitr, of the waf* inrrase agreed to." Mr. Hhit hai reeoived eneourag-ing offeri of cooperation from diatriet of fieials in the various ntatea where sporadic strikes Ijave occurred. Of liciali pledged thr r full nupport to terminate ipeedily the few remiining loeal Mrike?. Membera ef the ?rgani.ation have assured Mr. White that the fuel ad miniatration will hurry to completion the compilation of coit iheeti iub mitted by the opeiators and the gen? eral audit neeensary to determiae the inanner and method of abaerbing the 'vage increaae, but in thu meantime the fuel admmiitrator not only hai de? manded tha: normal produetion be maintained, bul thnt it be inereaied wherever possible. Confldertce that tho ltrikes not yet called off in a few piaeea will he ended not later than Monday wai expreued by Mr. White. If they are not, ho iayi the ae-ereat penaltiea piovidcd in the union eonstit. tior, and joint wage, agretmenta aill b. :mpo_ed upon the raeleale. A detailed report on .ho coal atrike aituation wan beinj* prepared here by Nf. White, and will be MOt by tele-, graph to Fuel Adminiltrator II A- (.ar-. tield thia afternoon. -_?_ Italians Form Society To Aid Jews Atf erWar _ "Pro-Iirael" Believei Outsid en Will Have Stronger Influ j ence Than Thoie Intereited LAU8AN.VK, fiept. 21. There waa formed a few montha ago a new asao ! eiation in Italy urder the name of "Pro. 1 larael"; iu objeet l_ to defend the nghta of Jewa in Kuropean countries. Thia new aoclety hen been founded with the view of servlnu; the Jewish catMe nt the reorgar.iaation of Furope a'ter the war ll over. Tha foundera of "Pro-Iarael" believe that a movement originating outaide of Jooioh communitles will be of eonsid- \ erable use to the activi'ies of the Jewa j themselves. The founder* and mem- ; bers of the new as. ociBtion are not | Jews; they think that as disinterested people they will have a greater influ enco on legialation than rf they were peraonally mteretted. Npeaking of the objects of "Pro-, Israel," * pamphlet recer.tly pubtished ' by the orgunization loyii "Liberty and eouality of all the Jew. I reaiding In varioun Luropean countrie*. 'liberty and faellity of remrr.ction of I the Jewiah state theae ere the objecta of our organiiation. ln order to bring' about the realizr.tion of this pro? gramme. we shall make egreful itadill cl the field. we shall hold conference* j I and meetings, publi.sh booka and pam | phleta. endeavor to influence national : j and intemational representattve bodiea I and especially brinar tnfluenea to bear ( ! upon the Allies and upon the repre ! .entativea of the civil.ied world at the i future pea?e conjjre-a." Ameng the rncmberu of the govern- ! ing board of "Pro-l_ra*,l" are Pietro j Bonfanta, reetor of the Universitv of | Milan; Resalia Ad.irr.i, editor of thej "Gi?*/ine Eur.pa"; Ercole Baasi, preai dent ef the Ceurt of Appeals. and ' Klga Ohlaen, idltor of tho "ViU Inter nazionale." Federal Reserve Banks WASHINGTON. Ort. 20. The mr.vement of trust compan.es and state bank* lo the Federal Raierve syatem waa reefleted still further last week by an incrras.. mt upproximately ,34,000,1100 ln the total gold reierve iu Federal Keserve bank*. Total re.ourcei of the reserve banks tourhed the new high record of J2,147,14411,000. The condition of the banks October lf, compBreJ wlth the previoug week, uu ai follows: RESOURCES Octoher 11. October 13, Cold eoin certiflcatei in vaalt. $41fl,196,000 $482.716.000 Gold settlement fund. 369,7t*9.000 321.778.000 Gold wlth foreign efgenciei. 52,500,000 52,500,000 Total gold held by banka. $?41.195.000 $856,994,000 Gold with Federal Reaerve agenta. 618.827 000 580.734,000 Gold redemption fund. 11.21fl.000 fl.717.OIX) Total gold re.erv.ir. $1,471,539 000 $1,447,445,000 Legal tender ncKen, silver. etc. 48,973.000 48.113.000 Total reierves.?. $1,520,512,000 $1,495,558,000 Rilli dtrjcounted membera. 2oB,?16.000 293.161.000 Bills bought in open market. 171.611.000 185,775,000 Tetal bills on hand. $458,226,000 $478,939 000 l'nited Statea government long term aecurities 55.088.000 54,878,000 I'nited States goverar.i't short term securities. 47,255 000 48.517.000 Municipal warrants. 233.000 101,000 Total earnlng asseti. $6430,802.000 $582,435,000 Due from Federal Reierve banks-net. 32.540,000 17,147,000 Uneollected items . 332,302.000 321.205,000 Total deduction*. fron groga depositi- $364,542,000 $3343,352.000 Five per eent redeinntion ''und against Fed? eral R.-serve Bank notci. 500.000 500,000 All other resourees. 1,185,030 1,000,000 Total resourcei. $2,447,841,000 $2,417.845,000 LIABILITIE8 CapiUl pa.d in. ^EZ-KS $61,104,000 Government depoaita . 76,365,000 74.167.000 Due to members re:?rve account. 1230,557,000 1,2.55,309,000 Due to non-mcrnber banki?cl.arirg account. 43,262.000 61,377.000 ColleoMon Itemi. 210e9a4/)OO 173,825,000 Total grois deposita. $1,559,232,000 $1.5?4,?78.0OO Fedual Reserve notea in actual circulation.. 815 "210,000 779,8435,000 Federal F.riine Bank note- iu circulatlen Bflt.iabi.it*. 8.000.000 8.000.000 All ether liahilities. including foreign gov erntr.-ji .redits. 3,552.000 4,178.000 ToUl liabilities.'. $*--r47.84i.000 $?.417845.000 Per cent. Per cent. GoM rei.rve agalrst net deposit liahilities 70.1 69.8 Gold and !?wful money reserve aga'.nit net deposit liabiliti-s . 74.5 73.7 Gold reserve jagainit Federal Rseerve netei ln actual circulation . 77.3 * 75.7 Widow of 3 Husbandt Sued for $2,000,000 i Nieee of Mrs. Corn.ng'a Seo ami Spouse Saya Property Was Illegally Obtained Mr,. Mabcl M. Corning, of the Hotel PIn_... who iohariUd the fortur.ea of three huabnnds, is being sued in the ; upr*-me Court ttt an acccuntir.g ot personal property rolotd at aboal tt, OOO,"-., which it is alleged iha ob? tained from tho c?t_te of her -ecoud huaband, George B. McAneny, who died ia California In IHf. Vr. McAneny, who wai a mine owner, married thc pieaent Mra. Corning in l-Ort. Tho plamtiff il hia ntece. Mra. Anna R Youns., who allege-- that Mra. C.rmng obtained her uncie'a property through unluwful meana. Mrs. Coming i_ a daughter of Mra. M. C. Ma.tick, formerly of San Fran? ciaco. ller :irat husbnml was Henry A. Sisson, of California. Mr. McAneny waa her second husband. Hi . property, for which Mn Young now eeks an aceounting, cor.'i. ted l_rp.lv ,.f securi tioa aad precious stones. Mrs. Corning ixploinod 0 i tit'.c to th'- property by saving tha' she anr! tha M'-xt 4)f kin and heu . at law of Mr. McAneny entered into an agreemer-t in the Superior Conrt of California, under which *he waa t. reeeive the reaidtie of his i-state. A statement by an attor? ney ir\ the present litigation i_ to the effect that the former Mrs. McAneny and her huiband were living apart at the time of hii death. Mn. Corning'a third huaband was Johr. J. Corning. of Hurt lord. Conn., a weaithy retired note broker. Elizabeth M. Wheelock School Teacher and Writer Dies of Pneumonia Mr?. Kli.abeth Marian Wheelock, ' widow wt Ceorgi R. Wheelock, a Bos? ton attorney. died on Friday ln her apartment at the Low _ II, Ml Weat Itfth Street, after a week's illness of pneumonia. Mra. Wheelock was one of the beat known private preparatory achool teachers in Nirw York City. She was born at North Attleboro, Ma**., April ' ii, 1N_.. She was trained for teaehing at the Khode Island Normal Hchool.and later instructed la the publie schooli of Wcsterly, R. I., and North Attleboro, Maaa. She then became a member of the teaehing staff of the Walnut Hill School, a private institution in Cin cinnati. After her marriage she lived in Boa? ton. and later went to California on account of the illness of her huaband, I remaining ther* ui'Sa* Vis death, when I she returned Fast, teaehing in Malden, Ma.s., for a short time. and then, six? teen veara ago. coming to New York I and juining the faculty of the Horace Mann School of Teachers College. Mra. Wheelock waa a writer of i ability and had achieved sucet _s aa a ; publie reader from the platform. She . pubhshed a volume o' Wagner opera ! itories for ehildren. She is survlved ; by one sisfer, Miss Mary Thomson, ef \ North Attleboro. Maaa. Funeral senices will be heid thia ' afternoon at 2 o'cioek la Milbank Me i morial Chancl. Bt Teachera College, ..__ West 120th Street. The servieea , w'il be condu.teu by the Rev Raymond Knox. chaplain of Columbia I'niversity. Interment will be at the Foreat Hills Crmttr.ry, Ho.ton. _ Walter G. Garritt i BROOKLINF, Moal 0 *. W.- Walter G. Garritt, vice-preaident and director of the Central lyather Company and the l'nited Statei Leather Company, nnd rogordad aa an authority on sola leather, died . udder.ly at his home here to-day. He was born at Liberty, N. Y., sixty-three years ago. Wa7~Wefds China Newspapers of North China. even ! those which were strongiy opposing the Ferg Kuo-char.u government before the dee'.aration of war aga.nst Germany : and Au.tria. have undergone a decided change .ince their eountry i ? actually ct war. Eaaa the r.-.ost rodlcol op : ponents of the government now are ; trrrirtr the republic to present an un d'vided front to the Kuropean coun l triea. The lotter of congratulations pre* ' ser.ted to President Fer.g Kuo-chang by ' by Mr. Reinsch, the American Minister, ! nnd all the Allied miniatera, eongratu I latmg him on t'hina'a declaration of I war, contained thli common paragraph: ' "My irovernment is pleased to take thia ' opportuaity to give to the Chinese gov ' ernment the assurane* of its aolidarity ; and ,-f its 'r.end-hip Md support. It vill r\o all 'hat depends upon It in or dar that Chiaa otai have taa ben^ht m 'ner bataraatiooal relatlooi of the pn<: t on and thi regard due te a .rreat na. t ioi,.'' Thi. parairrap!. | generaily :\t-t antad bv the Chineae press tn mean that China'* tntegrity is assured and that an absolute guarantee l| given that j the open door nolicy wili be main tained by the joint action oi Great I Britain, France, Russia, Japan and the . i___ -.4. _UUt. KuUWg. C_l_ _?__!. "Big Four" SpliU Over Demand for Increased Wages Engineer* and Firemen De cline to Join Trainmen for Nation-Wide Raite Ottawa Meeting Fails Conductori Defer Action Un? til Aftar Convention in Chieago, November 1 The "Big Four" railroad brother hoadi hav4i split oa tha ?xient of tha 4lereanda they ara preparing to make for higher wage?. The Brotherhood of Locomoti.o Engineera and the Brother hood of Firemen have dedined to join wlth the Brotherhood ot Trainmen in aaking a natlm-wide iucrease. whili* the Brotfterhood of Raliroarl Conduc tors bafl poitpor.ed action until No? vember l, wher. th?*ir leaders meet in Chieago. Meenwhi!*- the trainmen are takir.g a mail "ote on the propoittion to de? mand hiirher wages for men In passen ger service in a.f 1 pai*ts of the cun try. The fact t'ne.t the brotherhoods had iplit on the matter of wage demands at. the Ottawa conference, called to eamidcr the case of tha pas.senger men in Kaitern territory, waa one of the thingi the eonferrees did not give out. It ia now knoivn, however, that the trainmen, whoie leader ii #illiam G. Lee, ineisted that the orfanizatiens should "go the whala hog* and insist upon increa.ei for all. Would Make Ralse Uatversal RepresenUtlve-j of the englneers and f",remen objected to this proceeding and votod the matter down. The conduc tors' representatives, inelined to aide with the ?ntrinemen, deelded to poit pone a'tion until next month. aml. in th? mean time, sound the aentlment of their membera. The position taken by the Brother? hood BI Rjiilroad Trainmen is that not only ihouid tha paasenger mer. of tlu* Kast be given more money, but that the rren in this class of work all over Um country ahould he taken care at, aml that mea in freight aervice alio should ? hare in the benefU*. Their leader* are proceeding on the theory that it will be ai eaay to get an mcrease for all aa for a compararlve few. On thia theory a vote wiil ihortly be taken, in which the membera of th" tralnmen'a orfjanltation arlll aay whether or not their general officers ?.hall 1>" nuthoriaad to demand aa la* crease iri wages for paisen^er men and the remedying of "BBCfl. o'her (rrJov ar.ces fla may exist." The effect of a REAL ESTATE favorable vot* on thia fr?9<>^Uon and ther" is no doubt flf tf.* vote b.lnf f.vorable will be to give the leadera full power to demand anything taaf ? may think it wise to .ak for. tlha term ."such other grievances malcing ia* Ivote in effect ? blank check. May Nat Inrlude ( anac-a || is orpected that thii vote will ba ! completed before the conductor. con? ference meeta ia Chieago and b? used Bt Ulia ronfer-nre ae a lever w.th which to ir.duco the conducton to line up with the trainmen in demandmg a ! ration-wide increase. The originul programme waa to in dudo tho Dommion of Canada in al! aa i rnandi. but. according to will informed railroad men, there (s a larffl poi.C hihty that Canada will be left out ot the dflBMBdi because of intimatiorii from the Borden government that noth? ing looking toward the embarro.sment ot the government would be telerotod at this time. e U. S. Refuses to Aid Egg Speculatort Government Aima to Limit Prices. Not to Stop Losaea; Other Hoardert Warned CHICAGO, Oet. 20.?Egg eipeculatora who have appealed to the government to sava. them from di.aetroua loaaea br guaranteeing a 10 per cent profit oa roid atorage eggs wil lbe dlsappointed. The government haa no such power. Attache* of the Food Admtnietration here point out that the only price guar anteed to any produeer or clealer ll $2 a oushe. Tor wheat, which ia aaaured bl . special law to farmeri for the 1918 crop. Thii law was pacsed to .timulate production. Tho govc-nment will connne iti ef for's atrietljr to limiting prorits. \.o*te* will no* be in'Tfered with. Pergona who speculate in food.tuff* do io with the eaitaiBty that they canr.ot win larfa prof.ts, bat thev can lose everythlng. Thii n.tuation H. A. Whee-er. Stata Food Adminntrator, haa pomUd out, should appeal to potato aad bean grow eis and other producers who are hold .ng up cropa ior higher pricei. Tha people are not consiming food of any sort to a normal Bxtflfljt The crusade againa*. waate, dei gr.e.1 ehiefly te mv?> wheat, sugar and fats, hai le.'.aoned eon sumption of all o'her produ.rti. An? other influence, p.rhapi more poUnt ?han ail. is the high cost of living. r'eonomy flt the mo.*r extrema type has been forced upon families with fl.ed incomes. Speed Violations Grow Manhattan Leads Boroughs With 645 Arrests in Month A ivport for jSaatambar, v-ibmiucd yesterday to Ckiflt M-? tratfl McAdoo. shows a cons'.d.Table increase in autu mobiie speed law violations ifl Man? hattan, while the number of .ases in the other borouuh. reniaineJ .t abo'Jt the usu,il t'ltfur.-. In all ther* were 1.4M violatlOBB. Seventv-two deferuants were acquitted. i 948 iine.1, 2*0 comnvtted in d'tault of pavment of 'jr.es, ??.r.tences were ius pended on 1T8 an.l seven were sent to the city prlion nithout the alterna ttaa of a fine. .Manhattan had "4.". speedera. Breok j '.yn 4*1*5. Q-jeeri._ '-"">. The Hrorx IM . and Riehmond TT. ?? I REAL ESTATE Single Offices or Suites Immediately available in Thc Trib? une Building. Good air, good light and good tenanta. A well run build? ing and the rentala are extremely moderate for thia central location; within a atone'f throw of the Poat Office, Brooklyn Bridge, Subway and Elevated. Atk for a floor plan, ?r call. 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