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... . .,,.!?r. i"?t eall
BerkriMii 1000
| re.,1 thr notlrr Bfl B*M ****J*J*
, HIM for aaantr wUI M mallr.l 1
. U,er. '?'? notice will reaeli t.?er
umi.mio rratlers ilallj. _______
B1RTHS
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MARRIAGES
? ,no,h" C, VKr' rft Vi .-,..-.. Eflbert U
?'?? I' Dto Je* " H"w
i Bfl- Ma
th.tr
*,?",-:' .... Hotel Suvov. in Sutn
^-"ittober'A m7 Habbl.
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DILATHS_i
aaaaae,
>ear of la-fl "Ke , ___
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Tuesdft). '? "r ? ? ' "
BAEIt-Monday m j fcSEflflS
i^^ror1, .ir"?t:J
SSS -SSi SL-U!^^*? ?? "
.iVaclPY At BTtafT"" af.T, on "tV"*"
Bl CKLFY At vvr-tt- ; ilockle-,
?_y. N->**en.ber tt ?' J**-"J $> ^-_.
formerly cf N.-" Y , ' r r.~i..atfully In
vitcd to atteii"i "?? WhltefltoBfl. on
rctdenee. !"? fJl ' H1",'^ llt u liO a. ni.
Tue*d.y. Novembe ? 1.J. ?
^oTbr^r'io1:"::^,-^'*
R. c. Churah. Wadt-flliBa
rafJFY?Mr* Marg?ret O.aey <nee ?*?'"'?
CA^LMo?; the V. Prother Adolphu.
^rr\^ fr-i^^rfe
7th aa Tu?.<la?, November li thenco
1 .tht-lrHl. where a maa.
M ciebrated at 11 a- BB,
. .,i pi taturda I.??' ' "j _?%.
ZStVaT. sS^pSi
llVJSflSJra^S
? I .utheran I emeter>.
raarj U-U? Ob W?*aaahar ?-. "?17a "**?"
? _^?!?Ta*.H4l
IMafieM. .r. hia S2d rear. ? uneral at Ma
!ate residenee OU ?* ? *,??
Onul floa
DBNM8 BJIa. ef IM W""t *"th iat. un .
Sunday Nuvember 4. of pneumonla. Ku
?I -*?,-- *' tbe Colored Mother Zion
. h?ch. eYeat ISMh at. ?*5^&tS*m?i'
? th* ,*,d>y_ Ne-aeaataaTj. at 11
a.rltvK. Interment at Cyprea. Hill*. - i
DOOLKY November 4. 1117, in her Ki .
'ear, Mra. hUn Doolej Jnae Mary D"wd> j
Stevhen P.. Tht-maa J. and John R. Uooley. ,
Horn In Moylough. County Galway. 1 ra-t
land. Funeral from her Iate re*idence. 6"(1
Park av.. Wedneadav. at 9 :80 a. rr.. : thenco
.,-, Bt vi-.-e:' i errer"fl Ctaarrck Interment
(alvary l>" l
IlOT> On November S, Thoma* W., be?
loved husband of the lat* I.aabelle and,
father of ('eorge B. and Uabelle I>oty. Fu?
neral from hi. iate reaidenc. 1051 CoatflM
a. iltt'.th *t. i. Ixiesday. November 6, at 1
r,. BB, l-:ternictt < t*iar Giove. Pleaaa,
omit flower*.
DOWNST On November 3. Pelia Downcr j
mee Kemble.. beloved wife of Jame*
Downev. at Ml r?idenre. ?5 Kocka?a,
Bflflwh Boulevnrd. funeral on Tuaaday.
\oaember fl, at I a. m. Requlem n.a.aa at
? Caml -a ? hurch. Interment Holy
i rof' ? emetery
KRHKINK At Ixx-uat Valley, I-ong Ialand,
Vnarmfer ?, *ane DnttBBBDnd. infant
dauth'er o? .Iimet T?. and Marion Rogcr*
... and Rorht-r. r BflBBBafl
olea-e ropy.
HTHH "!*rhara. beloved wife of Oeorsa
mother of fharlee ar.d Fred I-'uch*.
1 uneral from tfl] Ka-at Tth ?t.. Tuesday.
" P m -
liANNON On November 4. Parah, ?*loved i
daughter of John and Marg-aret Oannon
, nee Jordam, native of Ballinaaloe, County
GathraT. Ireaaaat ?Ked II year*, at Si2
Eaat llf'th st. lunaral notlr* later. -|
I.ROIK 1 ? derick, auddtnly. on Novembar I
. aged M years Funeral aervlcea Wednea
d'ay, Novem'ir 7. at 2:30 p m.. frvm hia I
B, 1411 Hanrt^K at., Hrooiaiyn. Inter
?. l.j'.heran C'emeteo".
I.I'NTHFR Henrtett* Gunther (nea Brownl, ,
formerW of .Ne-*- Yor'it t ity. helo?ed ?l*t?
of Laac Brown, Ar.nie H>Tnan, Paulina
Phillipa. AJd.e N>ker'?, Abraham Brown,
at Chirago, Sunday, Namubfll I, 141
? haw av.
HAN8EL Howell. ared M. Serricea "*nTK
FUNEBAL < Hf'Rl H, Broadaaay, I
ilraiik Campw.!!'*), Wednesda>, l o'clock. j
MILL- Nover-'? er 4, Jaspcr Hl'.l. Servicaa
.-itephe-i Me-r"'.'. 'th av.. near j
Uflfl *t., T-ue?day, 2 :30 p. in.
BOBKSB Sjnday, Novembar 4. of pneu
monia, David T Horr.er. jr., 1232 Tinton
av., Bronx. Service* Tuesday, 4 p. m. ,
? rai Wedn?-ai_y, 2 ;?. m. Interment
. Utten Itiand Cen.e'^-ry. Weef Nr*
HrUrbun.. Albar.y iai?r* pleasa c< ,
BUGIES laddearr, on November 3. at hl*
realdence, Parlen. Conn. Albert liaarfl*.
aon of tha lata John and Sarah Hu*-h?*. of ,
S; rlnr Garden. Clonn,*!. Ireland, agrad "<% i
>ear? 6 day*. I/ondon and Dublin paper*
please co;.y.
JAGGER Mary Mtiabeth, on Mondajr. ln
*J I at her
lat? r- - ?, B .nker Plac*. War.tag-h. :.'.
Y.. on Thursday, 1 iM p. m.
h4VAVA(.II At fi* forr.a, 74 lawaflflfl ?'.
'.a>en. I.. I . Jaaaa B, Kavanaich, ln
bl* ISd year, belovad huaband of Eiiiabeth
K?var.agb. Funeral aervicaa at St. Thorn
a*'* Chareh, T ."day morning, Mo
? . a*. "t l.ii'a
? ?-.etery.
KIERNAV (>n Nwember 2. Baaaha* Kfer
nan. beloved arlfa of Jarr.ea Kleman and
daughter of C'arn.-.r o 6i*b?l and aiatar of
Mra. Jame* Il'.fy *:.d M .. Thoma- '. r
? BflV Funeral from her Iate re.|.)T fl,
btt W**t L.?t ?t, t.n Tu**t:
S. at 9 :i'. > of St
Arobro**, ? ? I Cal
vary.
IJaH'WN On N'Ta-ember 4. John F. I-aw- '
aon. balo-.-ed buabaiid at Marirare*. I_rklri.
Vanaral frt?i hia la'? IflaIfliBIB. 14? Knat
W-fr.n^ay. BlfllflBfl>*l
a. m ? . ..? th* Holy
ftoaary, wl.ra fl n..? . f ravvala?
? r.,- *d
*>rd>r af he.i Me,,, ?,. i t>? Intni
| ir,vite<i.
l i Bl I - aaflOaw I. I01Y, i'*"
lel J. I.yn.h, hKt'l li yearn. BM af ttafl
lata
' 'I Dflttfl l.ynrb M.ee
.?lway.
Irelar.d *>*aa*Tal trvm f.ia iate r",.J.r,i e,
'? '
t4?*x.'? IVaaaaB* ti ?
. >.r-r a :,.?.,? for tba fll .
M_ wil! r? ?ffer*?l at |fl a n, Ir,-'
OaafBBaBflTfl Mm.}*r at Bt J'.*?pb'*
Oujvrll, No 44', K ?...-'?* i.t i ..jTt,.j?. -
M'CAt'LKY HuAlenly. ..n Nnvan,l?r 3.
. M ' a , .. i.? Pt?lani
Bf Ui* la'e (/?,-- Mward M
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M. ?tanialaoa. 14th *t, itaat
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ji'GiNiy '.
Gln'y. ir. '
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frlmd* ar*
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DEATHS
?t; thence t?, St. Charle-a Borromeo
Cliurrh. 14!-t at.. between Tth an.l Sth
av? . where a rm i III I" held for
tf.. r.po** i>" Ua -.u-jl. ,,ti Tue>'ln>. No.
? m. Intaiaaanl I
tajry. Automohile rorti-k-r.
vi.i lUK Oa ffimtar. Kovaaabar 4. H*r
? \! Gulre, fee foTty-nln. r**r* '**' -
tul aervant and fii.-r.d ?n thr families of
Mn N C. Paio. aad Mr. and Mr- B. A.
.1 ark.it,. Kuner.r ?- .1 Cbttreh of
. o*ad 71 ?
?. m Tm**t*mg, No-f>**-?b*T I, BI 10 h. m.
l-.trrrr.ant vn .,i. PleOM BBbM Bo***8**a,
-"IIIIW Madeline J.. daugh
!?rnci \. M.r'.in.. nt the
? her iiunt. Mr, W. ! Ciirn.n
I'.-irk ?v. 1 meral TOAAOAf, N'o\,-i,
. nt ',' iSO h. m. !'? ?' th.
... *i 10 a. m. -
Mli l.KK on Mimitar, Wuaaafllar I, I81T,
William McKeen Miller, at hl* late re?i
? la-nce, 1'. 4 Clintoii -'.-. Brooklyn. N- T.
I BaflT*] private.
MILLS Aaaala K... 808 Oak Tarrare. Bronx.
o*? 10, Ne*-flc-abec 4, 1817. Poaetfll '"-,1
?.??-. i<-.-i at 1 o'clock on Tuesdny. '? I
ber 8, boaa 211 Baal I Ilth al
MILTON Or, N'ovonib-r 4. Wulter W. Mil
ton. beloved husband of atfll) B, Hrurkner.
1-mie.al Mltloaa Tue*day, K p- BaV, ?t M*
lat. r.-ode:. ?, 211 Waa* 114th nt. later
ment ln W^>od)awn We-lnevday. 2 P. m.
Moki.an On Heeaaahe* IL 1817, M
loved husband of Catherinv MoTSan (nea?
Hurnsi and fathr-r <rf Patrick. .laine*.
Eugene, Edwsrd, Agnes, John and 1
Morgan. natlv* of (."arrickaniiure. County
Monaghan, Ireland. Funeral from her late
resiitenc*. 658 Manhattan ot., Brooklyn;
thence to SL Anthony cf PaduV* Church
on Tuetday at 10 a. m. Interment I
Cemetery.
MORRI8?-On Sunday. Kaflaihaf 1. H.im*. v
MorrU, *on o* th* lato John BW
Rl n ?ey. Service* at St. Joseph'- '
.ic Church. Baldwin and PatronU av*.,
Jer.iy City, Tueadaj, November I, nt 11
a. aa.
MYFRS Gfl tfl. -\ .
St. Cecile Lodge, No 66* Brethren are
earn-atly re-ueated to attend Maaoofc fu?
neral ?er\i<-e* Brother QoataV. V MjreT* at
Mu?lc?! Union Duilding. 210 Ea-t 81th at .
city, Tueeday, November 1 1817, ?t 11 a
rr.. By order Alv.h Edgar N.chi.l*. Master. -
NYB?On November 4. at I-abdla Home.
190th *t- and Am-terdam av.. Dr. Frat.k
M. Nye. Funeral se.---4c.-s at the bflflae
Tue*day at 10 a. Ba.
O'DONOHOE Annie O'Donoho*. native of
Caitl* Pollard. Countv Weatmeatn, Ir?lan,1,
beloved wtfa of John J. O'Donohoe. Fu
n*ral frorr. her late reridence, 210 F.a*t
44th at., Ofl TflaaflOTa Nowrnber ?',, at '.' a.
m. Kasiuieni uiasa at St, Agnes* Church,
K*3t 43'i st. - |
PAKSON8- Suddenly. on Pund*y, November
4, Bchuyl. r LitrtaflBtofl Paraons. ?4in of
tllra l.lvinnhton arnl the late William Bar- :
clay Paraon*. 1 uneral aervice* at 8t
BajraaWlCaBMW'a Ci.urch, Ma.lison av. and
44th *t., 01 We'rienday. November 7. at 10
a. m. Inttrmciit ?t 12:30 p. m. in Oak
wood CemeU-ry, l*H?. L. I. Kindly aaaU
fluwer*.
PELZ?Kate WH paaaad awar mddenly, Pun
day morning. I iir.eral private, l;'J3?' Van
derveer Place, Brooklyn.
PIERRKPONT On November .'.. liei.rve C
Plerrepoiit, beloved husband of Iaoretta
Donahue. Funeral from hi* I ite real
i.avst 165th et., on Tursday, Norataber
6, at 9:30 a. ni. Mass of reijuiem at
Church of St. Augustine, Kranklin av., ra
16?th ?t~, at II a. m. Interment 81
mond'i.
PKE8TOV At \Ve-t!!-'.H. N. J, Nov, mb. r .
1S* 17, Charle. 'A . Preston, in II
of hl* age. Funeral irivale. Butfalo oa
per* pleaee copy.
BllWimi BWlflaaill on November 4, nt
the United SUtea Naval Air Station. at
Bay Shore, Long I-land, John \ t\
P.e>-nder?, jr., *ou of Mr and Mrn. John
V. W. Reynder*. Funeral (-ervlce* at St,
Thomaa*'* Church, fith av. and 6Sd *t-, on
Wedneaday, November 7, at 11 o'clock. lt
i* i-eviueated that no flow.rs be eent.
B0S8 On November i, 1917, at th. re>i
denc. of her daughter. Mra. J. W. Adarr.a
Abell, 44 Hamilton Te-rare, Sophronla
Ann, widow of Thoma* B. Roas. Funeral
?ervlcea .Taiid interment at Provldence, R. I. -
Bl'HSELIa- On November 3. Thomas Ruajell. |
Funeral from hia late reaidence, 4547 Jd j
av., Tueaday, jf> il m. ; tnenc* to the!
Church of Our Saviour for requiem mase. j
Interment St. Raymond'*.
BKIDMORB- On Sunday, November 4, 1917. I
at Bocton. Ma*?., Edward Skldmore, In hli ,
6Qth year. Funeral service* at Trlnity
C hapel, 25th *t., west of Broa-lw*y, on ;
Wedr.esday, November 7, at 11 a. m. In-'
terment at Greenwood.
8TRELITZ- -Mari*. beloved wife of Charlea
and mother of Joseph, Herbart, Clara Ada,
Anna and Janet, Funeral aervices on '
Tuesday, No-vemt-er 6, at 1*1 a. m., at her '
late reeidence, 238 Went 12:'d *t
TUTTLK- Sat4irday. Novemiaer 3, Ezra Arm
? trong Tuttle, beloved hutband of Anna E.,
agt-d 65. Funeral Tuesiiay, November 6, 1
D. rn., at his lataa reaidence, Eaistport. I . T
Please omit flow*]-*. fayracu.e, O^wej-o and
Rocheater paoer* pleas* rojiy.
WADDELL--On November 4. Orace A-m-*
Va'addali, beloved wife ?f Shxbury W-4ddeli.
Funeral privat-i. Interment Woodlawn.
WHITE- On November 4, Catherine White .
ine* Graxna). beloved wife of David White.
Funeral frcm her late r-*idence, 201 Etast
63d *t., Wedne*4lay morning, Nove-nber 7
at 9 a. m.
IN MEMORIAM
EWART?Fanny M. In lorlng m?-mory of
Fanny Bt Enart, who died on the 6th day
of Novemiaer, 1 '13
CEMETERIES
THE WOODIAWX CEMETKRT.
123d Bt. Dy Harlrm Train and t> Trolley.
I.ot* of s:n?;i n!zi> f"r aa'e.
Ofllc. 20 fjast :xc 81.. N. T.
sruRO(;.\TKS' notices
boWHA.v, lll.M'.Y H.?IN PCR8UANCB
? r , r HonorabU lol -. r
ha>n, a rlurrogata of th-- CowntJT ol
Tork, notlce la hereLy alien to all per..o-.?
having rlalma agalnit ll<uiy H H ?
lu'a- | t N.a York, daM ma- ,),
|0 pt~aQ.nl t:,i aa-: ?
to lh. aul.atrlb'.-ra. at their plate al tran*
actlng bu?lr.^s*. at th* offli e of Ih.tl ia
? - - . Bmltti 4 Howmao, No. 3? Park
}4ovi-. ln tl.e H-rough of Manhattan. In tha,
("Ity of Naw Vork. nn or befr.re the lltb
day ot Kahruary nrx
fiated, New Vork, th. 3d day ol August,
3917.
AITI.MA8 B HMITH,
HAROlaD, H BOWMAN
j. FlaOTD BOWMAN,
itora
Bmlth & Jl-a-man, Attorney. fr.r Kxecutor*.
3* Park Kow. Horojgh of Man.'.attan,
.\ew Ta*rh
n oy hon
jnhn P Coh. ? Borroaal* al -'c
County of N?w Vork. notke, ls h.reby gl-.ea
to all :?? < clalrns aa-alnst Bc .
R. Hallbarun. late of tha, c,.,ir,iv ?
York. d*>C*a*ad. I. i.i-iatrit t!.- aa;..,, v..-h
vout-hera tt.er. ,f to the subi" r bai a
i . * bualna aa. ?t tb* i IBe.
af Oagganhi mar, unt*rmy*i * Marahala,
Broadway, Borough of Manhattan,
' ??? a York. on or befjre t!.o 24,th
, . a*al
Dattd, .'.'w lork. th* IMh day of Jun*.
iaii.
JOBBrH U IIClimtt-N Bg*
OUOOKNHEIMER L'NTERMTl 'i '.- MAfl
-?II il.l., AU -rra-va for ! 1*1 llti r 12*
nr aa** ay, 11 r c . of Maubattaa,
N*w York City
LOST. FOl'.M) AM) KLWARDS
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th. fiaeal y,-,ir Bflded JaBfl 80, 1817, il
yenr r.?!6 tkfl '<??
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Iiou*e* and Yllla Flot* for Nole,
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your aaalaflra Wrltfl tor Bo .alei n aad
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INSTRl CTION
MiVV iOMK?Manhattan
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BCHOOL OV LHIIVIWrlMlaa*
??1 Mad'*..n Avenue
iTi- ata Instructloi i laaflan
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A PRUPARATORY S?H<iOl EOH BOYS
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24 Yean at Thia Addreii Meam Sometoin*
SCHOOL
FOR
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Di.-tinctive
Modern
Dancing
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HOME GUARD ARMY
BARGAINS
ItOOOR.a- 'Nl Marh.'oe Oflfl*
1.000 fl-orMt 10U a/L n<i* (tniyia
S.lflt.flM Cartrhla** Sl B-L Ni?t Ct**?ot
IUO.000 l,|?:p-rfi.'i 1' Rraolrlni Caiin***
40 000 Knataa.ki 'u.000 Fiplaalac fr.ti'
2.100 Twi 71 0O0 Ut.lotBi, CBlur
Wc Bjafl i*rtUr4 '- j Ml larg**t in tWa
vorld ita.k ot army autlion (ood*. 'he U. S
[.oi.iiim.nl and 1*4*7 *tal? and citiaa ?lia
baolrte afr?lotlb> rl*fa a^^ rqn.pcr.rnf. aeanr of wbicli
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11,1'. Artnr 0*K-rn aar: "Baa_*rau_i'* atock la a ,
Godsaad to u?."
5n k*ara aftar r*rri*t *l *r*W fraa, atata al V****
OflBflB1 4.aal rlfl** **4 I.OOO ??*taa?*ti ?ar* *a r**t*.
aaa't **cra>* **k tar_?. cask wit* *r*W. Eiaausao**
i?4 laahat *l **r ?i.**al. BaBaatflfll dal:.riirt
Larfr ii'anritr.,1 4'lt* ri<-?ck,pt4ia csis.of. c-.i -r4 10c
Franda Hannetman, 501 Broadway, N. T.
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?ae1 al' *U*a . . 1 3,.,r I'lJ
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DIAMOKpi BOIQHT . : BOU) la* roi, a.lf.ra
fr? lt,A- 1 IT 171 Braodwar, UUafl flwif.
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T 11. rri'i-.u niTI i: 1 v IIANOE
10 Har< U-. ,"t lel llanlay 4711
Pig and Poultry
Raising in City Is
Urged for Economy
Restaurateur Asks U. S.
Administrator to Try
Plan
Consult Health Board
Government May Take Con?
trol of AU Reatauranta,
Saya Agent
Hutre b*ra* of pi-**, and Belgian
hareM, aml rnorm?i- fVo-k* of chicken*.
turkey*, getse, duck* and g-uinea fowl
-pring up in the outlyin** sections
of NflW York City a* thfl results of a
plan offered poBtflrdaf to the Federal
Food Adr-iiriistration of the city.
The lireatock ifl ta bo fed larjrely '
from the crtimhs which no lonirer fall, i
hut are iwept and winnowed fnir.i the
t*hl*l of thfl city. If the plan niiiture* '
KBd ij earrifld lat* effi-ct, Hou York
city v. almoal cnmnletely to '
?t iclf ?itii pork aii'l fowL
plafl -i.i < ''?< rfld for the eon- >
| dei al I- "'"1 Adfl
trator WHlismi h*. a meetiag of th*j
Hotel Men's and R*fltaaratear*' h
., a-. tho Waldorf-Aaterla by Jo?
icph F. Pike, pr**id*Bt of tha Carltoa
i -i rii, i Be taaraal I 'omponj.
Mr. I'ike said that even with th')
preaaal food con?.ervation aeheme in
full propre**, enouirh food waste wa*
ha Bg earrl*fll olf to the incinerator
plant* of the city tfl feed a herd ofl
500,000 iwIb*. Eaoagh Balariaa hare?|
? ,,. raiflaid la tha back lot- of the
iity to supply th? whole population of
N.-w York with rhanjres [fl meat diet,
Fowl could be raised u'.mnst, entirely on
?erapa ia 'he aamo wuy as pi-js and'
h;ir<-i.
rommittee-a to Inreatl-pite
F**4j Admini.-trator William* imine
diatelr reqaeited Thomas D. Gr**R,
tha Iltiti-I Mi-.'- v
ind Johfl .1. Karaaaafh, preaident
oa, *?-?
two commltteea. each of B*re nien,
? ,, codperate with taa too* Rdioini'
ihring food prob
Hi made ipecial reaoeata that these
- M Ita thn Hoalth De
nbjfld of ralaiag Ure
itoek m the ricinitjr of thr city. Ifr
Williama aaneited thal if the law now,
ree prohibited iaeh meaaaraa It
aroald have to b* ehanced to meet ?
arar tm*rg*n*v, proridfld tha bealth of
??. < ?-. eoald l"- lafflcaardecL The hro
ttoei arill b* appoiated **?*!?*/
a
Third Fire Sweepa Ayer
Camp; 2 Barracka Loat
AYKR. Mft**.. Nov i. The third *e
riou? Bre within a fe.v weeks at the
National Ktmy eaatoaawat nt famp
Deren ? i P' ??vr' hnrrack*
buildil 'nll t'i('ld, oceupird l>v
workau b. I
Carjx . iteaiafltterfl and other
raambi r of thfl conatroetlofl foren lost
all their tools and clothin**. Twenty
lOTflfl nenrhy balldlBfl Wfll* saved by
the canip's fire rlep.-irtment. The cause
of tl ' -nown.
TKAVEL
EASTERN STEAMSHIP LINES
METROPOLITAN LINE
To Boston $4.00
..a ltnq Hljnd Snund, Kunsiii it)
ar.d nsi'- Cod Canal
SS. OLD COLONY and NORTHLAND
litflTT I'ler I*. North Hlver. Week l>ay*
Onli at 8 r M.
Business Men's Voyage DE LUXE
Tiekets tl.l4i itifmwalla* al ri-r, oi*o oi
To.rlsfa. \ ? ii yn-K TtUAAfOI a7* 4n<'
^n.-t-t, .a Brpr*** < * *ff****
-thi: rt HI.H BI I'l.KASKII."
BOSTON, $2.95
PROVIDENCE |':?::. $1.90
COLONIAL LINE
M.l. (II l>ll?K h| \ i IIIOOMS, |1 TO 5*1.
IVeek i .:.'-? 10 P. M. I
i-i .- I ?. -.' ?< . I ' I ? ' :' "i
Thntie, >iirln-t?9191.
^BOSTON^ss
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ol r*IDK Kl VI I.Kiiii'h si.im)
IIkII>. ii,i hiil mr Mimlu.., 1-0* P. Bt
Ir m Piei : ? , :. P ?? - '?" ? '
i i ricket i ifl - 10 Bi *Jwa) N v.
FALLRIVERLINE
TO BOSTON $4.00
Btr* I* 1 .-- 14 N R . tl V ill
il I P. M 'I .
vi H i osiHiN soi.-w ii H> LIXE. Btr.
i-;.r 4- s R i< a.ton BI ark '1-: *.
; 30 l'.M. l.i PtOT T0 B R I ? ' '? P M
UP THE HUDSON TODAY
1 Bfl DajT Uafl MaaaUaMI "Maihert Fiilton"
?rill rri'it- il Five, !?1 EI*Ctloa Day trip tn
Ii?r,r M -'irraln, ajf-a-rl Point, Ne ?
Pottghkaapal* an<1 return, Uavlnt Intlir,,na?a
St.. 10 N A. M , U>Ft IM II . '-0 20 A. M.;
V. .<?'. l-'th S' , 10 II A. M. liii.rlou* Au
Mrnnal follaija,. Music. Hef.auran-.
Newburgh, Poughkeepsie. Kingston
Franklln .st , ?. W*?l ISttB **-, ? II 1' M
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CAI.IFOKNIA
KAVMO.M)-\I1IIK OMII fOVM
tt? ITFTH A\K. Tel Mnd. Su. efll*
RESORT9
THE LAUREL HOUSE
, ?>?,, Klr.- t ..i.t A - r', tn
i- .ii ii,-?', II n,.,H f-.,rn New Tork;
l-UM ti.iln ?ervlc? Ua C It H uf N. J.;
' ii antnma i 'iniaie. a thort
aaoi ?! raa nrofli Caaap i>tx at Wrlfbta*
t rara
a J Minriir. afcr
C V MI-RPIIT. A*** Mfr.
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W^ ATLANTIC CITY
[CHALFONTE
HOSPITABLE - HOHEUKC
ALWAva u?IN
ATl.AMII ClrV. N. J.
Anaerlaa'a I ain,,iia \ll ?ear Keaorl.
Hoboken Almoot Dry
A new dry zone established in Ho?
boken at midnight last night by order
of the War Department closes all ex?
cept thirty of the 3.'>H saloon*. K.-.rller
ulans for a restricted zone alon? the
aratflf front had excluded more than
|A? caloons, but the supersedini? order
arill close them all for half a mile
back from the river as far as JetTcrson
Street. Only tho.se on the western
outskirts Btajr remain open.
*J1 the hotels are ineluded ifl tnfl
nnd repion, as an- the Elkfl' ClBh and
the Ucka-vanna Railroad reaUurarit.
Kiphte. n IflloOBI in Wl ?*"' be
includfld m the ardflr to tlaae.
1500 Butchers Strike
Here for More Pay
Demonotration Leads 100
Employers to Accede
to Demands
Piftflflfl hundred butchers employed
ir. Manhattan and The Bronx re.Urday
qu.t work to voice their demands for
rflco-raitiofl of their ?al??. hifl-h-r
warea ard ahorUr Beera. Hy demon
.tratlon of their ability to held a?t l?d
oaa hur.drad raaater botehera to ?
their terraa, ard two haflrdrod itriaara
from th<.hopa ratoraod t.. '??"r*-;
tsTine hnadrod ahopi "fera affeeted By
,, t ?.., ,,,Pt to uaioalae butchei
. loi of the Araalearaated Meat
- ri and Btrtehera' VI orkina-maB ol
America. Two hundi.d atorelueperfl
-.d tha union demanda 8 i
and BTerted troublo. Six hundred more.
most of them members of the l. nited
MflStor Butchers of America, have flfl>
preaaad a willinf-ness to jrrant sub
Htantiallv all the demand* of the worK
ers with the exception of a eloafld shop.
Ualoa ofTiciuls fold the strikers at
rr.r.-tiniTs at the Labor Tomple, ln East
Eiphtv-fourth Street, that unless the
reluctant maator butchers yielded to(
th.- union demend*. by to-nmrrow they
WOOld seriouslv tie up tho meat indus- ?
try in this city by callinf- out the !
alnuffhter house workmen and the
bolof-ria makers, who are already union
ized. T'nion ofTicials flfltiraatfl that
finn are employed >f. tho retail
butcher shop-s Ifl Manhat'ar. and The '
Bronx, and that half ?f them are al
taady n the nnicn. Thfl aifln employed
n tha butcher ihoea of Ilrooklyn ar.d
Quflcn ? flfffleted. MoroTflr,
thoafl employad in the kosher butcher
ahepa ob th. low?r Eaat Side, have been
r/.e.l for aonie time.
J. B. Buell, of tha Mayor's Commit
tflfl or, National Dflfflnce, Btteaeed the
nieetini,' "f thfl strikers yesterday
r'orninjr. and told them thn* Dr. Henry
Moskowitx, Coflflinlflfllener of Markets,
woald be willing to aet as medator be
IWflflB the employers and the employes.
Tho arorkflra roUd to Beea>pt l?r. Mos-.
kowits'fl ofTer.
A'lj-usf. P, Grinun, treasurer of the
national association of mnnter butch?
ers and president of the loca! branch,
said last nipht tha? if Dr. Moakowitfli
should atep into the dispute he would
have to mediate between individual
and the union, as the I'nited
Mas'er Butchers were not dealing with
*he attikfl situat.fon as an association.
"Kaeh employer will settle his own
fctnke himself," he said. "Our a-socia
tion is not 11 factor in the situation."
The union tnembers demand h mini?
mum wape flf 122 a week and a workinfl*
week of not more than sixty-thred.> and
? hnlf hour.i.
TRAVE
PORTO
RIC0
THE GOLDEN ISLE
IG D\Y CRUISE
$Q_j.50 *?"
Expenae*
up
A luiurioti* *t**mer is your hotel for fhe
entire rrtnae. from New York to and around
I'orto Kico. stoppinf at prinnpal pt.it* an I
return. All neie**ary fxp.niri ol the
"oyage in' luded in ihe (\tr. \t n'e for
illuattaled booklet "Througli Tropic Sea* "
AaaflaTflflfl
M. 3ECKENDORF. Ccneral Paa*. Aet.
PORTO RIC0 LINE '_???_?
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AMERICAN LINE
Weckly Sailings
WHITE STAR LINE
Frequent Sailings
New York-Liverpool
Cairying Passengers, Carjo
and United Statea Mail
Fnr full information fipp!]/ (o any ajrnt or
Officcs, 9 Broadway, New York
CUNARD
ttrgulai !'aa*en*;er and ( arg-o f-ervi***.
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Drafia- Money Ordera. aflflfll or Cabla.
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Headless Man and
Bible Quotation
Paterson Mystery
Torso, Wrapped in News
papers, Is Found
in Lot
Dead Only 24 Hours
Laundry Mark on Shirt Dia
covered Near by the Only
Clew
PATERSON, N. J.. N'ov. 5. Uut of
the bu*hes which cover the lot front
ing on Sixth Avenue and Fast Seventh
Street, the Pater?on police dragged a
bulky newspaper bundle thi* morning, j
aml were confronted with the grotesque
mystery of a headless man and a
Scriptaral quotation.
Wrapped about the awkward, mis- ]
-hapen package were several sheets of
new*paper. On one of these, the odi
t*ri*l phi?*" of a New York evening
putier, the following quotation stood
out in bold-faeed capital*. like a label:
"Hear my cry, ?>h O.od, attend unto
my prayer. For thou haat been a shel
ter for me and a strong tower from
thfl "nemy."
When the paper was torn away, the
headless, legless torso of a man lav
revealed.
Herman Hoek, of 125 Peel btreet.
dlseovercd tha bundle. He stumblerl
upon it while taking a short cut ncross
the field to work early yesterday morn- ;
ing. The dark ataina on Ita coverlng
&ent hirr. runninjr for the near?st tele
phone.
Victlm Dead Only a Short Time
Dr. Walter Dunning, who was sum
moned from hia otflce near by, said
that the man had not been dead tu-en
ty-four houre.
Police leserves held back fhe mor
bid crowd which flocked like flie* to
tho field, while Police rhief William
Parry and Detectives I.ord und Kepp
ler made their inveatigation. There
?rafl no sign of a struggh' in the thick
tangle of grass end weeds in which
the body lay. Most of the paper* in
which the torso had been wrapped
were Pateraon dailie* *f recent date.
Only the editorial page with the Hibli
cal text held any significance.
Thia bore the date of June 1. It had
been fixed to the bundle, apparetitly. |
with the intention to display the quo- I
tatlon.
Working out in a apfral from the
spot where the body was found, the de- j
Itectives tramped the entire plot. look- |
ing for clew*. Hiddefl in another thick
et, aeventy-five feet away, they came
upon the man'* legs. A little further
otf they found a pair of men's draw
er*. Stili further out, toward B
A-enue. they discovered several ptflCflfl
of women's lingene. Then they found
a blnek and white shirt.
Meanwhile, Dr. Dunning had been ex
amining the body. The head apparently
had been cut away by a knife. The leg*
had been severed above the knee.
The man's hands were aoft and well
manicured. The police. ?ay that he waa ,
about 5 feet i inches tall. His skin
and hair were dark.
In.-tiie the collar of the black and
white hhirt was tho only definito clew
that has be*n obtained as yet. This
was a laundry mark in indelible ink ?
"J. L. r.-4."
Following the line auggested by the
Bible quotation. the police questiont-d
a man of the neighborhood aaid to Bfl
a religious far.atic. He proved an alibi
and was not arrestcd.
lt is th<> belief of Chief Perry that
the head has been buried or else thrown
Into the Passiuc Kiver, whose cloudy
water* How within a low hundred yards
of the place the bodv was found, in an
effort to prevent identincation.
So 'ar the laundry mark, the only
clew, has brought forth nothing. All
the laur.dries of Paterson diseliiim the
symbol. One of the laundrymen be
llflVfld that he recogriized it as the type
of identitication used by a Newark con?
cern. Detectives will canvass that town
to-day.
The body haa been taken to the
niorgue, where Pr. William McAlester,
county phy^ician, will perform an
antoper.
7,000,000 Sign Food Cards
More Than 10,000,000 Expect
ed to Join the Hoover Army
WASHINGTON, Nov. ft. B*l*tad r.
turns to the food admimstration to
day raised the total number uf food
pledgi-s reeeived to more than 7,000,000.
Complete leports for last week are ex
pected to sond the total to lO.ooO.OOO.
The campaign will be continued for
another week, when even that number,
it is e.xpected, will be exceede.l.
Keports to-day frofll Alabama showed
that 252,183 carda wer? signed in that
etate, oL'.OOO more than the goal *et
by volun.tary workers. This put the
Btatfl lifth in the number flf c.-ird
Mr-ivrd. Californla still leads. v.ith
448,562. Kroni N'ew York City 4ftl ?
signatures have been reported.
Only 933 Plattsburg
Men To Be Aecepted
Other 1867 StudenU To Be Of.
fered Signal Corps end
Ordnance Posta
PLATTSBIRG, Nov. 6.?Tha heart
was taken out of undoubtedly thfl flc
e*t training camp in the country ??..
day, when the 2,800 studenta were ir,
formed that not over 3.1 per cent of th*
students would lie commissioned
This informatiofi eame as a bomb to
those who eame here in August becauaa
the War Department desired men of
more riiHture.i years nnd promiaed to
commission ali who were recommendad
as tit. There is no question among; the
army officers hen- that fully 75 per
cent are tit. To the surpnse ef th?
stduments, there followed the an
Koui.iement the appearance in camp
of two boards of officers from Waah
ington, one from the ?ignal corpa
and the other from the Ord-iance P?
parfment, with large postera mvitire.
students to enter thesr ui'ifs ar.d
promising con.missions at once upon
their being aecepted.
Talks were given the compar-. fom
manders this afternooti. and to the stu?
denta this evening at the camp theatr*
by officers of these units. The reault
:s that a great many of the candideW
who have been anxious to serve th*
government, who have been workine for
commission* in the line, linally sTg*ni
thflir intention of accept.ua; corr.
ralflflioBa ifl thfl Surnal Corps, rathav
than return to civil life. Those who
are aeeflBtfld tat either of these units
will be eOBIiaiaatoafl<1 immediately.
plaefld on .u'tiv.. duty with pay ?tattiBfl
at oncf, and thfl rommnsion* flritl lar.*
from aeeend lifl-tfltaaatfl te eaaialaa,
It is also Mfinounced that next week a
board of officers will hr here ?.. p\ .
eandidatea for eeflaaaiflsiei
quartermasfer'a department. It ia alao
Htatetl that there tnay bfl conimiasmna
otferetl to a number for the line lf thfl
nri' willing; to go on in active
which means without pay, and a?n |
probably the call for tha next draf*
army. An it stands, 75 per cent ef the
forflfl will ultlmately be commiaaioneti
but not in the lighting line, aa the mer.
have desired.
a
Campaign Started
For War Camp Fund
$4,000,000 Solicited for Rec
reation of Army and
Navy Men
WASHINGTON. Nov. . An int*-.Itfl
r.ation-wide campaign to obtain fund*
for the war camp community rflcrcfl
tion service was begun to-day and arill
continue throughout the week. From
r. Bft to roast ati army of releatflflT
?rorkflra wa* soiiciting subscriptions
for a fund of 14,000,04)1 nee.W-d to p>-?
ridfl wholesonif Mirroundings for er
listed men in communities adjacer.t tn
the country's military r_mps.
The movement, which ia under the
direetion of a national eommittee, flf
which John N. Willya, tranufarturer, of
Toledo, is chairman, is the result of ar
effort on the part of the Navy r?part
metit and War fiepurfmerit cnmni"
sions on training camp actirltiea to re
ostablish home ties for soldiers and
Kiilors when thoy are oti temporary
leave from their training auarters.
The fund i.s to be u<.<d largely in
building comtnur.ity ciubhouses Ot
the camps, for soldiers and sailor..
with all tiie advantages that the ,-,-. r
p.ge club possessea.
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