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Trial of Alleged Hindu Revolt Plot Thirty-four Face Conspiracy Charge in U. S. Court in San Francisco MN FRANCTsro. N'ov. BO. FfTorta . of the (Tattfld ! rr.ment to prove tho rxi.'f 'ry of( a consnir-cy tfl foaaonl revolution :un to day, when tbirty-four alleged con?P;r ator* went on trial la tb* Uattod Diatriet Court. Bronxed turbaned native* of india | Safemik Infantt *** Invclidt HORLICK'S THE OfVOWAl MALTED MILK Rkh millt, maltecj grain, in powder form For infants, invalicisandgro wing children. Puronutntion.ijpbuildingtke whole body. Invigorate*. nuraing motheria aa** the aged. More autritious than tea, coffee, etc. Inetantly prepared. Requiresnoc^oking. SsbttituteB Coat YOU Same Price mingled among the defendanU with malti'BiillioaaiafC -hipowners and shio builder*. high Cormftn eon?u!ar ofS ot'her alleged ager.'s of th* Ger? man Kmpr.'e and adventurers. riot **autuon\ KapMy ?> thmps were to be aocornpn*hed ?*e allflffld conspiracy, th* govern? ment charpeaj. india wn- to be freed aad Groat Bitaio wai to h*ve be.n ;or. ed t-- w Itbdraw troops from the Coa tmental battle ironts, thus weak?ning th* Allied force*. Tb? plot had spread preatly, th* government, alleges, until fl? irished in in.-iiy place ? on the Paeifl* Coast. in r.iott large Aniericmi ..nea, ln India and Mencu. After th* dofendanta had been iden. . Cnited States District Attorney W. Preston moved that the charg** ugair.sr ftvfl of tho defendant* BraOflt Sukki, oi New York;,Captain Rttlph Raflfl, who reeeived hifl commis? sion in tb* '.'nited Statfl* army in the fr-t r-s-n-c oifleers' training camp here; >,'. .Martinez, San Diego. CM.J At . Loopold jfichMla, mtaltl*?aiUion aire ahip owner fll .San Franemco. and Howard, 1 o Angoles, ? Moaiaaa BO dhnaUaod on tb* ground that it would nol he * l>1 aad fair" to pros* cuto tboaa. German Seized Here With Military Photos Inipector Tunnejr, head of the Po? lice Department neutrality souad. an? nounced bMt night the arrest "aonie where in N'ew York" of * German re servist who was carrying a small anit case in v-'hich Wflffl a number of pho tographic plate* of bridpcF, railroads and fortifieations. Refuslng to dis. loflfl Ce name of th* T/ri-oncr. who ia charged with beinp an alien enemy, until after he cotifer* with the Federal auihoritics, Captain Tunney aaid the arrest was one of the mo-t. important hifl squa.l iias made. The man, he added, was formerly an employe of th.- liamburg American Line, and is aa officer in th* German army. . ? -1 .1 ut thf plate* found, Captain lunney said. show a New York bridge from w.rioua angle*. Captain Tunney displayed thr** gl?re photograph* of the Kaiaer in lnlform. whieh he said were found in Ibfl prisoncr's poaseasion. Another German army offlcer who will be questioned hy the Federal au? thoritiea to-day is First Lieutenant John M- A. Klein, thirty year* old, of 481 West 204th Street, arrested laat night, cherged by hU wife with aban doament. Klein haa lived here ten fOUtn, ho said. but never apphed for nt.turali-at.on paper*. Reported German Victim Held for Pro-German Talk MOUNT VKRNON. 111.. Nov. 20.? >Ir*. Catherine Couch, who last ?um mer was reported to have been e\e cuted in Oonnany for eriticisinc that -rovernment. to-day i? oador *"oard ia ihe village ot West Salflflfl. her former home. uhero ahe delivered an tddrwi which wa* elaaaed by local authorities as pro-German. .... ?,?,.? Mrs Couch ia declared to have criticised tho United States foi '?-???*? ing the war and for .-upplying the Al? lies with munitions._ New Yorker ls Wounded OTTAWA, Ont., Nov. 20.-To-day'a Canadian ca.'ualty liat contoma the name of M. J. Hamilton. New York City, wounded. The Reins of Business Twenty-alx thonaand ritiea, towna and hamlets are liter* ally within the gTasp oi every neerof Weatera Union Service. Fifty thomiand employeee and more than one and one hatf million mile* of wire anahle yon to guide your aales men anywhere on the road?to facilitate delivtriea?ta know instantly the progreaa of every sale. Tbe greater the emergency, the more yo_ can depend on WESTERN UNION Telegrwtne?Day Uttttra- Night Let tara Cobltgram*? Moetay Trwnafarrad By Wira THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO. TONIGHT First EVENING MAIL HOME SYMPHONY fONCERT > CARNEGIE HALL, AT 8.15 THE PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA JOSEF STRANSKY, Conductor MARIE SUNDELIUS, Soprano, of the Metropolitan Opera Co. BERYL RUBINSTEIN, Pianitt. Tickets, 10 to 50 cents (war tax paid), on sale at Carnegie Hall all day. General Arlmission 25 cents. Enemy Alien Hurd Urges Instant Internment Of German Aliens and Allies Offieial of American Defence Society Declares United States Will Have to Deal With Nearly 2.315.000 Disloyal Sympathizers Unless .-\ction Is Taken laataal latemaatal ol t:of. merely C-iman lU?i?. but of their allies and evmpathizers, women M well as mea, wa* the men*ure advocated yesterday j by Riehard M. Hurd. president of the j I.awyer ?' Mortgage Company. an.l *n I aflUial ot ,;.e ..wrimn Defence S..-! ciety. ,\lr. Hurd. vi..;.- BOt ci. efficacy 4.f tb? fwaldflat'fl aroelaaia* t tion daahtag with the enemy aliflfl (|ue?- ; tion, put himself on reeor. bflartHf la lyapatby with atvrietar meaaur-.-. not foi adopted by the gov- j ernmc.it. whieh lie said could oniy be protected ly int ernment of all (t*r- I man nlie- or others who wwf* ki to the iueal- of this natim:. I'ropagand* at Work ?'A'. the time that thii nation be-. eaine a belligerent," said Mr. Hurd, I "thc American Defence Society, which | . was more thnn elMed at the prompt measures _k*a by the Administration in other mattOTfl, UUtUUi ;n-ains'. the inaiUiou-:ie ? and grave danger of Ger i man pr.i apanil'i. which waa spread i net-like throughout the country. At ! tbat time Wfl prepared a pamphlet ! wnieh incorporated a number of sug I ge-tions, which tvere respectf-.l'y -ub mitted to the Administration. One of the most important aubjects contained in thia list of augge-tions was the in I ternmei t of German aliena and Ger ' m?n aympathizers. In fact, it was , I'aragraph 2 of the list, and read: "The intening *i aggreaalve pro-C.er iman aympathlzcra, whether German I citizen* or r.ot, we believe ahould be I 'followed with il rre;.*ed vigor. EngUndj 'aliowed Germar." and G*rman aympa thizer.-i at large for about a year, then | j interned 70,000, and th* malicious, plots aad propaganda ceaaed. ??Thi* nation haa got to look the! German plague square in the face, as Eaglaad and PraaOfl have done. Amer? ieana are naturally kindly and eympa- j the'ic. It deatroys our ideala of juatie* ? 4,662,000 Enemy Aliens in America Tne Bureau of the Censua in Waab I Ington eatimates that there are iM'l, U00 enemy aliena within the United, state.-. Its calculation is ba.-ed on the censu* figur-II of lu10. the report* of the Bureau at Immif-ration for th. Ifl I *-.ven years and the estimated mortal? ity in that period. A table made pob-j Hc by the Bureau of the Census appor tionfl the alien enemies and enemy j ! allies as follows: I _ ? 149 000 ?:^,y .:::::.:::..::.:. 1:376.000 Hungflry . ??? r"fk'y. . 11000 Ilulyfaria . Assuming the proportion of those not applying for aatarallxatioa certifictte in 1917 waa approximately the same as :n 1910. there v/ould ?tie about f?fl4,000 men of twenty-one years or more | amonr thc 4,602,000, ar.d their distribu-'? tioa as to nationality would be a* fol lowai Otfaaaay . \ AuatH..-?tv;,0:; Enemy Property Hoidera Warned to Make Reporta WAfHDfOTON, Nov. IB. Form? e bo ftlled out by persons in poasesiion of enemy property are being prep'i-ed and will be distribuUd in a few d,.- s, A. Mitchell Palmer. alien property cvs todiaa, to-dsy announcoif, and p< l required to make out thc reporti are notitied to at once apply for forms. Failure to report, as provided in 'he trading with the enemy act, ia pnn is'uable by impriaonment for not rnore than ten year.1, or a line of not more thaa $10,00O, or both. Death ThreatsvFollow Offer Of Bounty for Killing Foe DAI.LAS, ;?.. Nov. 20. Two letters, one from Chicago, threatening him and his family with violence, have been re reived by City Finance Commissioner William Doran. who recently offered hi? toldiflr son, Robert Doran. ?j00 foi avory German he killed. Kobcrt Dnran is nov in France. The Doran house was guarded last lalght The Chic*go letter carried a threat to blow up the commissioner'* residence. ? . . fl Beaaie McCoy Geta Volunteer By Pact to Support Family Mra. Beaaie McCoy Davis, widow of the late Riehard Harding Davis. was the principal apeaker yesterday at a meet- j . ing held by the Minute Men of America lt 217 Brofldway to obtain recruits for ! the marine=. Charles Miller, of M Stanhopo Street, Brooklyn. said he woald roloatoi 1 lf Mra. Davis woald ea that hi* mother and two -tator-. did not , come to want. She agreed to do so. 5 m 1 //'/"? :;a_r-f' "Meadow Brook" A Dlatinctlve Sweater You wiM he flad to pay r7p fur I line wej4\ e njapsflO* iweit er?warm and -roart ? with bnnhed caihm?fe collar Ind belt, ai pictured. Car.ary, pink, tan, roat, blue ?? and Lopen, *Jeo Ruaiian green. M Uo.a floor. * am. rA*m tUAHorr* to h BloomingdaleS I ' MM wOOth M.?a*\o**s. Aee. II to arbifrar;!;, iflapriaoi) pflrbflpa nailliona. of men and 'women. a? we shall finaily ) be forced to do, but it Ifl to our coun? try that we owe tho *-.r*t thoufrht of | justice. t "When gen ay interrrrr.ent. it m??p? , one gasp with tbfl flMfoltadfl (>" the; taak. Onr aitaatien ii '** on"" that no nation in tbfl flrorid r.as ever ? had to face on raeft I ?remenHoui -cnle. ; EngUnd- enflmj fllifln qoofltioa ?'??<? . hild'i pl*] i TOO.uoo Gerauuu ttete ?'!.<?? flfl lOOk : ' ' ficully. Iti eise unler-a we bfl' ?? aoma ound con structire BMgflfltioafl to '* ii hard to obtain a'cun.'. rflfl, |at*a he conservative. Tbon flfl 7(10 000 GermflTI aliens in this country whe an di loyal. Naat \u ??? for eon* sidoration bi bfllng bofltilfl '??.th many ?rai the Atl I i x- ? um- thal thfll* ?w <""' '"' Aafltrian aliens v ho ajrmpri'*.- ??? ' ? rm**S*a*f* cau.fi. Then there are aattte TutUa Md Balaftriana; ? , approximately 15,000. "That. a good r?taYt, of coarflfl, l?w? bad thern ull in imi-rnmeTi!. e.inip-. but' it Iflat iflJUIflat, Tbflffl are. aay, l,* 000,000 n?tur?Ha?d cititena of ?.er many. Aastria and hat alllaa hfl-ffl whfl we know aro fltill ill ".ymputiiy with thfl (?OM ot the Pwthattaai. I fld-oc?t tbal we foiir-w Caaada'a courae nni dii franehiaa ali -uch aliens who have br taaii naturalued in the. interim of the 'Ml flft-.n yaan. ThaU thero are at i?ast 101)000 fltbcr Germai. r-ympathiz era of various tvpes. laeh Mi Socuh-ts anarchist*. free thinker* and other/ of their ilk, who aw traitors. Thi* means that ?n order ta maure ourselves BKainflt the Qflrauui plairue WltWa and without wo mu-t if we au?rt intern np* nroximat*ly M1MN aliens and sym r.athizers. " . , "Women when dangerous are ap- to he more fanatiral than tne men, ?nd hecauae they are VOflflfln fail ??"*?????? auapicion. Therefore. tt la wWW that anv woman who Ll under tha least rnapieiflu of this class should be m iarned as well as the rnen. "These internment camps flrlll navo tfl be closely jcuarded, nnd thflt means reUlniag a atandiaf anny in this coun trt Itnoenetiao oi oor fl_peditlaaa-_ fofCaa, of at least ttMJW > ? ??-" _ Her First Poem Gets Her Indicted Mrs. Josephine Bell Held in $1,000 Bail for Verses in "The* Masses'' Tha plea that the poem, "V Trihutc"! for the n.lhorahip of which . he had I been indicted for conspiracy I l violate the esplonage aet. trflfl the ov.'. I | tflO.pt H' ver-- of flflh i I r had been foilty, waa taVaaefld bj Jo?ephine B-ll when she appean ? f.rdi.y hflfora Jadfjfl Jvltsfl M Mfljrfli ir. the l'nited States IMrtri-t ? fltart Mrs. Bail i. 9B? of tba toren dflfaad* anfs in the government'* action -.gainst "The Ma.'scs." "Mrs. Hell il BOt a poet in the pro fev..sional sense and she does not write far-Th* Ma ? ,"? aaid Morria Hillqait, who uppeared as her counsei. "She sl* lowod the magazinc to urinf her o-ily rythmic etlort." "Whnt does ibfl meV fllbod Jadffl Mayer. "Shfleoadacti tha WaahiatfUrn Sqaa! ? Hook Shop, flt 17 Wflfl" Eiffcth Stn-.t," replied Hillqait Judge ttayat rflplifld that ba ? latron of thfl 'toie, but that naVflrthfl Iflflfl hc aroald baro to hold Mr* l'-'l ,i. ? ' 00 bail. E iri B. Barai . ? ? I ant I'nited States Attom . tcd for a *in,f.00 bond, but .lv.,',gi< A:\yi decidi d against him. Con?tanti:ic Kie^jcer, of 77o Bt Nicholas A'.i-nue, 'urr:. ba:!. Max Easlman iad two nth"r rlet<inl ants in "The Mflaai i" eaflfl will lor render themselves in court to-dav. Reserve Banks to Offer Treasury Certificates Will Be in Denominations of From $500 to $100,000 and Pay 4 Per Cent [SUtfJ CoiTeapa) tn\a uee] ITAiBINOTON, N'ov. M, Seci.tary McAdoo announced to-night the Treas? ury Department would receive through tbfl l-'ederal BflflOITfl haahl nribscrip tions for a limited amount of Treas? ury certificates of iadflbtodaoflfl paya? ble June '-5, 1918. rertilicates will be iflflOfld in denominatioris of |5#0, $1,000, $5,000, $10,000 and %ltAA*t*. They will bear intere-t at the rate of 4 per cent from November 30, 1!M7. I'ayment must be made upon allot nient, but not bflfon NoTflfltbor ?"?0. A^ flnthorizod in the v.-ir rflranaa art, rollertoi of iatornal rOTOBOfl will receive tlw-se Treasruy Mrtifiefltci of iadflhtfldnflai a1 par and kccrufld latflr* ?ot in pajrniflat of iaeoaifl Bad sxeflfla profits takflfl, when pojablfl at or be? fore thr- BiAtarity flf :de ecrtiffcfltofl. 11 y thus difltribatiO|t thfl payment r,f income nnd exres-" jiror.r ? ti-.:e'< flircr ? pflriod Of rnont!:, thi l'l'.i ,\-y Dopflrt* ment flxpflfltfl tfl prflTflat thfl harmful effects on thfl nion?.. market of a con- i eontration of ta*. payflacnta oa one dfltfl. The amcunt of returns expected from CHICAGO LIMITED Uatfl Nflw York 2 P.M.fD.L. L W.R R.) Ar. Chicago _ f, M. (M. c. R. R.) Ar. Chkafo 4.33 P. M. (N.,k*l Pl.it) TICKH OFFICIJS Car. Wall 5t. Broad " ParkPI. **7 " 2_th St. " 42dS?. B'U,n, 505 Fallon Sl. Lackawanna . Railroad the new income taxea haa not beeni ea-1 timated cloaely by the InUmal _"?*?'-1 enue Bureau, but this probably will b*| done within a few weeks, and the iasue ; may be left over until aubacription reach iin amount approxiraating the estim*te. The laat issue of an '.ndell aitfl amount was aubscribed to the aum of $-85.0(10,000 before being cloaed. Nursery Inquiry Begins Many to Teitify on Conditions at Yonkera Institution WHITE PLAINS, N. Y., N'ov. 20. District Attorney Lee Parsona Du-.r began an ir.ve-tigation to-day before the We-tehe?ter County grand j'iry of the Yonker* Day Nur.ery flf Divin* Providence, wher- it i ? alleged a num? ber of habioj died t'rcr.i malnv.trition and exporur.-. Mi?s Ann.e Murphy and bflr flflsUtaat, Miss Hridget 01-.ahorty. | a bfl bad charge flf the homp. have been ? indicteiL charged w.th menslaughter in ? iad d ???"'?> Tb* Distri. I Att< n ??-. i: uramonod aaora than twent* witaease* to testify ? .i ;? th* affairs of the home. In : flmong them aie nur-e* fton kl* where several ot thfl infant" ? flftOf the home Wfll el***d .f German Agitators Flec Brazil to Argentina Government Plana to Make Wholesale Arrests of Spies B10 GSA.WDI DO BUL, Brazil, Maa day, Hut. 1- I Hy maii to Mont. i.leo,! Uraguay, Hut. BB). Prominent Ger? mans agitators, including leadin;? busi? neaa nie.i in thifl city. are flecing into ; Argontma. Hefoie martial law was declared one of tho iirst persona to leave was ? man n*a*** Bromberg. * wealthy boaiMflfl ?aaa. Cbtiatua lylaaaflr, the Aaatnaa C..nsul. -..hose attflflaat to amuggle out interned German sailor- l*-d to the de laration of martial law, han esc?ped into Parag'-ay through Argentina. j 1<. norts /eceived here irom R:o de K ..hy thfl go>ernment ll nlan ii.ng flrbalaaala nrre-ts of spies in thlfl Itat*. German schools are being eloaod aad Gonaaa prUatfl in Catholic schools are being replaced b;. I'ra zilian*. Reports ,f Gonaaa aaraal la the states of Sunta Cuthnrin i and Kio Orandfl do s.ii nre fraqooat, but th* g04-ernmynt eviriently ha> the aliens well in hand and is in a position to OtOVoat a wid. spread revol*, unlesa ibroatataod i>y lavaflioa by South Amer? ican neighbcr*. The gowrnmetit it taklag all nacafl* sary proott'itioaa to control the move moata of th? ten thousand G?n*aa reairvists in this state. Mary Elizabeth Geer HEMPSTF.AD. L. I., Nov. BB. Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Ge?r, of 24 Villa Court, died on Monday from Fneumonia at the home of nor daughter. Mr?. William J. Harry. 229 Dean Street. Brooklyn. She waa seven'y-three year* old aml the v idow of George W. Geer, a Civil W*r ? eteran. She is survived by six ehildrca, ! Louise, Goneviove, Henry Hall, Mr?. \V. j. Rarry, I, Eugene and Hamuel H. Ceer. Furieral aerYires will be con dnetfld from the home of her daujrhter n Brooklyn on We.lno-day.^ Lyman B. Jewell HARTFORD, Cor.n.. Nov. 20. Lyman B. JoWflll, Ute of the .tev.ell famiiy or tbia < ity and vic?-pre.*ident of the !o4vell manufacturing concern, died to- < dav. He reached hin ninetneth year on Augu?t, 29. He was a native of win* rho.ter, N. II.. und ? brother of the late Marshall .levveil. three times Governor of Connecticut, I'nited States MhlifltflC to itii-siit, and later Po-tmanter Gen-' Philip Lewuohn Piulip Lawiaabn, president af tha IrPwisohn Imperting ar.d Trading Com- ? pany and n half-brother of Adolph Lflwiaobn, died yc-.ter.la:.' in the Ger iijan Hospital. A week ago he under- | -.vent an operation for appendicitis. Mr. Lflwiflflba waa in his I'fty-sirth vear and llVfld nl 923 Fifth Avenue.1 The funer*,: arranjcements have not) been completed. Louis Hilb Loui' Hilb. advertising manager for ?Tho |faaaaaM and "Pierson'a" maga zuies. died ruddenly yeaterday at St. Lawronc* Hospital. Mr. Hilb, who wa? twonty-olffbt years old. left a wife and B baby son, three weeks old. 50 I. W. W. Caught In Federal Raid on Kansas Oil Fields State and U. S. OfficiaU Start Round-Up of More Than 3,000 Reds Literature Is Seized Action Haatened by Reports That Worker? Were Plan ninf Violence [Speeat*. Carreggmnienoe] KANSAS Cmr, NflT, 120. The ai.'-'t _. Mfy I. W. V.'. flrot-OTfl ia the Butler County oil fields of Kansas to-day by ttate and government officials marked "?he initial step of a round-up which will be made of at least three thousand members of "be organization in Kansa-. Oscsr Schmi:r. special flfflnt workinj* ?.ir.der irmructions l'iom tho Bureau of Iiivastij-ation- here, asfisted by Hutler County officials, made the arrests to lav. A tent in Aug-usfa used for I. ", *\V. mi.tii.g- ?ai laMfld and lit? erature aud equipment eonflaflfltfld, Sev i.ral arres'.s were Badi in ?? *. ,,', ? w? lodging house at Augusta in tho lunch hour. FreJ Robert.-on, I'nited States Dis? trict Attorney for Kanaas. ?aid to-day a gentral roi;r.d-up of I. W. W. through? out 'he iiate would be made. The con f:scated l.Herature WiU be invcsCgated for evidence to convict the men on Fed? eral charges. lf thero is not sufflcient evidence to watrant prosocutien by the government, itatfl o.T.cia!.' will prose cute tho mnii on vograncy charges. Citi T?Ti* and poliee orKci-ils are assisting in roundlng up tha und?sirables in the oil f-elde. Tho Towan.li. ar.d Eldorado fields will b? inveatigated to-morrow and many avrests are expected. Aliens of Nations Allied With Kaiser To Come Under Ban WASHINGTON. Nov. ffc?CaagMM will be flsked by the Administration to pass a lav.- re?tricting 'he movements in the I'nited States of aliens from coun? tries allied to Germany. This law will be mod-rlled upon those sections of tha trading with the enemy aet which for bid American citizens from entering into commercial relations with citizens uf nations allied to Germany. Under thia lar.*, when it ia passed, it is in tended to apply the same restrictions to citir-.ena of Austria, Bulgaria nnd Turkey tiiat have just been put into ef? fect against citizens of Germany, and bar at least roales from the District of Columbia and from certain zones throughout the country. This purpose on the part of the De? partment of Justice to draw up puch a law as this and ask Congress to ps?" if ser-ms to dispo-e nf all reports that thia country is about to declan- war upon Austria, Bu!<aria and Turkey. Those repor-.i have i>ee:i printed fron. time to time, flflflOCially since the Itai ari cataBtrophe, but it has never been possible to get ar.y. coun'.enarrcirg ef them in orticial auarter-. They ?,eem to have snrung rather from the degire of the Allies to see us take that tep than from any .ntention on th? pnrt of this government. If war were declared upon GortflAlty'l partners it would not be necessary to pas? a law for the restrictlon of per? sons hailing from Austria. Turkev and Balfaiia. By the very fact of declar? ing ??. ar they would become enemy aliens, to be treated lik? German aliens. And a declaration of war would be the nuickest way of making the.r restric tion possible. Such ii declaration would indeed have to wait upon Congress. but it would bo ej.sier to get through Congre.-r* than a !a\r for restrictin;: aliens. The law makers will take their time over auch an ?ct They would put through n dec? laration of war in two or tbrflfl Ju.".". English?Broken?Now Spoken ln Barred Zones of Hoboken Round-Up of Enemy Aliens Results in German Tongue Being Discarded, Near Beer Saloons Closed and Men in Uniform Being Treated With Respcct Kngliah became the 'avorite tongue l ni Hoboken yesterday. Last night along Ttiver Street, which gave up two hun-j dred enemy aliens in the round-up by Uaitod State* soldiers Mcnday night, tbfl few ilermans who ventured forth insisted upon speaking in F.nglish, even . though || ffll with difficult;'. Federal Attorney Charles F. I.yneh'a : sudden activity against the citizens of: Germany had caused a stnmpede for | permits to enter the military zone. The fear of infemment was bo great that1 many of the iboffl and factories in the barred district were Ieft short-har.ded by the failu-e of those who had neglected to <ecure permits *o report 'or "ork. Saloons Claaai Tlghi Saioons ordererl eloflfld tbflM I ? Iibfl Hgo were raaaiag wli.ion arith a r-tock of near-be'-r until thfl flctiTit* of the soldier- Monday night. I.hr-t night there was not Mfl flpofl ifl thfl Hiver Street section, Nir? i word of Bxplaaation eaaifl from ! Mr. Lynch or his ftoaiflt-ntfl. Th? ralli-l tan policfl Bathoritiflfl, who hava been m Hoboken for noarly ? month, apfar*| ently wa* ? tahea naaflrarflfl hy thr u_td. | The flumiclpfll fluthoritiofl lmd na inti mation of tha l'-<l?-r?l Attoraey'i plan*. | I'n'il Mondaj night no ona in Ho-' hokflfl torrk tha "barrerl lanfl" ordfli se-' rioaaly, nor did tha toloonkflfliora fflall rnlled upon to eliminate th* rendesvoua I '"i r-nemy aliens by clnslng un thair i -tores m obeyance of Federal orders. Hofl* lightl', the order tn .eeurr- per-! mitfl to enter the barred *.?nes was, lirnted was avldenced in a dozen cases j M 'Poli-i- Hfladfljaarian yesterday. A tjrflieal ?? i ?? * us that of Anton Gut Mhfll, fli '..'(i_ I'.irden Street, Hoboken,) an employe flf Ihe Fletrher m.n'li ir. .? ihflpi "ii tbfl waterfront, where govrm-i ment flrori n bfling turned out. GfltflChfll told the poliee that he haa I been m r?'iident of this country sinefl 190.r>, when he came from Po'.und. Aft?r the declaration of war laat year he applied for hl* firat papers. He aaid he knew he was a German subject, but he did not think it necessary for hirr. to get a permit. He aaid he had gone to and from his shop every day without beinR molested by police or military authorities. But Monday night's raid convinced him that the or. iler waan't a joke, he tiaid, and he asked to be ahown the quickes? way to got hia permit. He was told that he would have to apply to the United States Marahal, WBfl would make an inveatigation. ECl thereupon annoui'.ced that lie would not go buck to v.ork until he got thfl permit, hecauae he didn't "like that de? tention thina over on Ellis Island." l.earmans Speak in English Throughout the day and night lt 4\,i iudtrrous to flfitWflflfl the efforts of the llohok*n German.* who have r.ot epoken any language but their own for a Ma> eration attempting to conver-.e in Kng? lish. If by chance a customer in i atore began a converaation in German the man behind the counter invariahly replied in English. All who had occasion to enter the barred r.one ciirrted either their citi7.cn ship papers or other credenti-.ls te prove their loyalty to the country. Added to tba panieky f**llng waa the report that, sturtlng to-night. the mili? tary police will begin a patrol <>?' the barred aone, with ordrn to flafor** ? eurfew at 10:30 o'clock. After that hour any one without nnturaliz?tion j pap?rs or other citizen identifkation, or Aihout a plauaible rxcuse for being abroad, will be taken into custody, it, is aaid. The crewa of ihe aei**d German lin*ra. who made Riv*r Street. thMr stamplng ground for montha, \eere no? where ln evidence laat night. Through o'it the city dladaln for government or dera was replaced by a marked reapect for the w*arer of the army uniform. Thi* aplrlt waa noticeably leeklng be fora Monday night. ( Market Quotations, Q^ for the f v'Housewife __^__i. Edited bv ANNE LEWIS P1ERCE. Director ol the 1 hhune Inatitut*. IVitk ihe CotTuaorwtaom ot tk* V. 8. Depari??nt <?/ Joricutture, Barmu ~f UurkotA, -V-a-r Yori OffUo, and the fiurca* uf l oods a*d Drugs 0/ 'Le Cit 1 hoard of ileal'h. Wednesday, November 21, 1917 iheae retail and wholeaale pricea are offered aaabaai. for making up an economical market liat?one that will help you ia the buving, the dealer in the aelling and the Food Adminiatration in equalizing price*. Th*> commaat e-ndeavore to put the reaaon be hind tho facta and to help in their practical application. Write or telephone the New York Tribuno Inatitute (Beek man 3000) if any point i* not plain. or if you have any sug-eatiOn or criticism that will improve the eervic*. DON'T ir.iike a direct and literal cornparisoii between the wholesale and retail prices. It takes ahout twonty-four hours for the wholesale price to refcirtter in the retail trade. in the case of perishabh s. and at least three or four days or lonjrer with the staples; but the wholesale prices are helpful ia a general way ln showing you whether the martin of profit between the wholesaler and the retailer il unrea.sonable. The limits in price quoted, such as 22c to .'56c for rib roast. or 28c to 40e for chicken, cover the variation in quality or p-rade. The chicken at 28c a pound il good and wholesome, but is not of M fine texture and flavor as the chickfn at 40c. Here is your chance tor skilful cookinpr of the less expensive fowl. That stew is anathema in thi* country is a reflcrtion on our cooks and our vocabulary. Said stew in a covered dttflfa fttftead of on an open platteivskilfully made and served en casserole. be comes a French delicacy much to be desired. .And your stew ing meat may be bought for from 16 to ,?>2 cents. averaginj? *_M cents a pound. while your chops of lamb or veal run from 25 to 16 cents, averaging about 86 cents. A saving of 11 cents a pound is attained by mixing the veal v.ith brains?not th" calves' brains, but your own. A < OMPARISON OF WHOLESAM! \M) KKTAll. P_HM Bl TVI'K \l. STORES AND LOCAIITIFS i NOVEMBER 20, 1**17> i Prices in cents per povnd unleae otherwlne stated.) ' Ketail Pricea MastXHATTAN BROOKLYN ?? a. . ! ._ i ?5 * PRODUCTS Whole? sale Pric* ?- ??_ * \*^c ~-r- ? o Z ?J .5 a ? ? V -fl y ~ Q O 3 * i 2. c ? af) <? .' ii c a MEATS . Av-r'ge wholesale price for dressed car-l ca.-a1: Heef .II Sirloin . Round . Rib roa*t. St*w meat.| lamb.18 l'hop? . f'fcg.I Stew . Pork.II Chops . Shoulde* . Hani (frflflh). Veal .IU I'hop* .i Shoutdar . Stew . POULTBYi Chirker.s .20 Eo-.vl .laj Turkuv .20 pisii Cod i market and stcak). 4 Halibut.21! Mnckerel .IK Hluelish .20 Hake . 7 Whiting. l*fi ?21 ?21 ?21 ?20 ?28 ?26 ?3) ?UM ?28 ?2j ?33 ? ** 33 28?32 34 :j? 32 ,3rt 28?30 22?32 28?36 24?28 18?24 29?3.', 40?4.-I 32?38 4? 33 30?32II 22?21 IS?23 23?3' 10 38 12 35 II 32 in 12 .1 32?36 25?30 4! 24 II?2412 24?32 lh?22 32 U 21-41 li 3()_32 26?32 3". J0 1 ? I Ling DAIRY PKODTJCTSl Rutter .40 Chflflflfl . N *Eggs .?otd storage).... 32 ?Kkk* froali :. 12 . 9 tMilk l hottled).II' ?11 l-'Rl I'l S: Apalfl* . 2 ? 4 furapeft fboxHtiN),. 2 ? ."? Orange- box QfUSM)! 5.00 18_10 43 15?23 30 40 31 23 (0 ;2?10 15 _ 11 10 18 1 5 24 32 .!0 J0 Hl' II II II .'.. 29 21 II 18 14 II 20'?. l-'i' IW ?28 II ?34 10 ?213S ?22 tfl ?30 10 ?30 12 ?22 28 ?30 2* ?2112 32 ?30 33 ?18 2* ?20 30 ?30 II ?30 32 15 ?18 20 10 !0 10 -M ?.IS -32 ?35 ?30 ? II ? 16'2 50?52 30?52 51?33 ?244*22 12 U ? ;t ? -vO ? ui 45 45 17 *fc0?65 60?70 61?*8 10 . 15 .... 15 I 5?20 20?28 6? 7 7?12 II -94Mfi*3*-H ?'. I 19 36 ? 15 4.', ?63 37 ... 11 ... 14 -14 .1?12?22 10 7?19 35 10 10 ?10 JU-21 ;, ?10 15 ??'*, ?33 ?U0'39 -75 10 JK 20 ?25 '30 ?19 M?23 ;3?10; 10?15 4? | | 12?16 2.'. 3?3 H 1 7 3-7 ... M ?21 1? I ?lotio i? I I I ? 4 1 hi u ?:i .11 ?30 - 7 Orap Itununas ."12?21 **7$ DRIKD I Rl'ITS: Ipplea .20' ?24 .... Prunea . 9* ?14 17 VE.aKTAl'LI'S; ? Cahbago . t? 2? 8 I Lsttae* I - Z io*. hd..) 30?1.50 T6 Oninn* .| 1'>a? *.\ j ? . oe- .! l*/i? Ifif 1 ToBiatflOfl .'3 ? 6 i* Carrota .' l ? i'? I Turnlp* .' l ? l v ?'? Bwoet aotatfloa....l 1-3?\'t. .... HTAPLE GR047KR1C8: Whit* (lour (IM Iba.).. :-12 ?13 s Rve doar ? IN Ibi.).$11?11 59 _ Whole wheat I IN Ibfl. I. $12 ?13 _ Coramoal . t? 7 .'iacaioni .10 ?12 15 Sujrar . h 3-5? I 10 Ricc . 7 ? 9% 0?10 White benns.11???17'j 17?11 Split pea.-.10'., 11 < onipound lard.22 ?21 :'. I Olflo?priat .23 ?28 31 Molfl?sea guarl i. 9_?19 1** ?Dozen. Hl_Mt tSingle unit or he.,ri. ' MIINPAM?Lettuce, squash. -4?ee| pntaioe*. oumpkins. onioii*. vahilmc. ling, noiaioes, turnipa, c*rrots, oranirf?. grapes. apple? and \*r*r*. NORMAL?Bt*ct?, rabbage. toniat<?'>*. peppers celtrj, banani- ;in?l rrupHrr. rle*. SCARCC?Hour, aug?r, sprouts. melon?, ruciimbcr*. pea*. rgs/plant. plnms, peache^ and string heana. . 24 30?32 35?10 .... 2? II 14 21 32 ? 11 s | 10 ? 12 12 -.1 ?21 11 ?"i -:l Commcnts MF.ATS. Now is th** time t<> gut your eheapflT CUtl ol HtCfltl *ih* Beek -ind rhuck? for mincomofit. The corr.fo.l beef t'mt arill come on thc market later fl ill cost .T.ileh morc than at prtflflalt aOU**/] . >tal 11 -'ill one of tiie i ii?>:ipr.ii meats available. Pork ifl what you do ROt v.a'.t to buy. both out of coniideration for your o\.n poekatbook ar.d for thfl Mkfl of the Allie?. FISH.-?The v.-holesalers report that flounder is nov plentif'il at ? wholesale rate of 4c to 8c a pound. Salmon is 14c to IS.-, anl ' dabfl," which ar" merely a small relation of th<.? flour.der, were sold at .V to t*m* ir the wholesale market. 1'ertninly, at dovMfl tMM prices you shouH l>e able to get them frcm your rofail dealer. Thc ling is MlUftg at a fair retail ptice ?omparcd to its cheup whole? sale rate, l'-vc, but why whitinf:, at Jc n-holeaale, should bc bringini: Sc nnd 10c retail no one i ? able to tell. A*k your retailer. VEGETABLES.?Cabbage i- still a glut on the market; squash. tur nips, carrots ?nd onions are all kvallablfl at very fair prices; sv.eet ]>**'? toes t\te "a bargain." and. while whitfl potatOflfl ir* v.ol cheap, the pnee* nre gradoaUy dropptnc ar.d are lo- er than they were last month. EGGS.--A criticism han bflflfl madfl that the ninximum price quotci on cold storage and fre?sh egirs il too liiirh. It is Irue that onlv | proportion of the egg;; ::old bring the r.-aximum prico quoted. Thi*. price represem* always th? very top of tkfl market and the faneiflflt quality. It is fair to take an average between the mii imum ar.d maximum prices ill order to represent the bulk of tkfl trade. For instance, if t'.e fresh ezz" are selling at from 4'Jc to 80c, the nttCV reprcsents faiuy q__ty and thc majority of the ejgs can be hnd foi a'.out 60o. SALT.-?There ;.? no ir.dication at the MWetfl of supply that the ru mored salt famine will come to Bflual. Two FUh Dinnera HERE ave two tish dinneri. The menua are practicall] the same. with a variation as to the fradt pf food aajrekMfld und thc aource ?if supply. A family of livo toul.l have bflikfld Md at Jit cents, i reamed ?otatofli at 13 cenls, ehoese and green pep;? r falad flOflting 20 cents. haked applc for 8 centa, butterine at :. conis and bread at l cents. tho raw material* having b< ???! purcUi&cd Aom the market an.i the chain stores, at a totat of 89 cenls. A'.otiuT family of Hve might iii .iowa ;.. a blocfiflh dinner which would ?Oft 90 cents for the lish, !<1 cuntS for poutoe*, :!J cenUs for tkfl ?alad, 26 cents for the anple.-, 10 . .its for butter and <- cents for bread- - a total fl-Maf of J1.7S for almost tho .samii inemi, except th.it bluefiih nflfl I'een sub.'tituted for cod, and the material boufkt at a store in an expen? sive locaiion that gav-t the highest qti.ility and th* laat word in service. The pages of The Tribune In.titute on Sunday will give you recil*" inerius and auf^fafltt?ifl for aerving thc whole ome. but cheaper, food? ??? pitlatahle nn.l nttmotive ways. (Thi* column apptar* on W'cdnrsday and Saturdzyr ikV U*V** .