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Blrlh. mrM-m?t. M_rrla?o. De_tfc .nd lu Mrn..rl.m Notlee. may bo iXhoaod t? The Tribune- **' ***" .,? ,o mldniflbl faa Uaert ou la the ,,,t Oa.'. P?l>-r. ***** -*" Bcekniun 3000 fl.1 raaA the oolleo Bfl P** ********* Zeaeu, bui tor mnn*yajn*aaumtn you later. Tho notlco t-Bfl ****** '00,000 reodera d_41*j_ MARR1AGES__ J(V?Alt-WATSOS--M'- and *JfJggmt ??-. *!******> r8?UA *?***? ^rCor^^H^uDura, I ^-"*- - _...-,_?. Novem 'ff^^v^3b'? ?tefaaflar. *a '-\Jv*'gKndicott p?*W'" .UMiatfal by tba '?**' d,_ghter ed Al* D. D. A..a-?v"*_ Jiftft.*,?EA.i(Proilv?r Burr Jarrea. U. *-? ****** _ __, A. r.raee MCka*?l Cha?t&,VsaaaSv. ?_,__. ??" 0-, Rfl**. Char-o i-. . . v Gardiner, D. rt,t(d by tbe IUv. ^"V^r,_,ton. daugh C o_rxr.d. Clfl-fltaf J*^Sa U*-toa ? *,*iSeaa5aH'lSS <5eehef %? ^CBETTB -MANSM^AtG r Kt*- ^',rk,''"",v Kev i;. C. Acho*.".. 1911 BB tj* ???????, ^ 3 Conne.' ' D 14, Stt?lt"aan HWW ?" ^ ,? ?Mei,?::,s'";i.-? ?;?' -! r'. rrSw_S_^^___-4t ,rt D Uofl. , 5?_aht_r Edl* >'?*"more' rr.arr.ag- *" *V"^,*TJ__.. of NeW York. on t? Percy P. _!?*--.??**-??'? Saw ,'orK g*. ^-ggUtaB. N. Y. - *rt'T'?_ ...rn- -Hi aad Bta. Haari| WAMBOU-. BA) ,;K(V;,I.,.irri:iife of their d.uflhur I- ft'ov^rnvSr X9. 1917. irttXS ;^_______=---: DEATHS Oood44lt.. ta-..-4d v>!? > ^ Hemnh ser haeha. -BBB***4B*?a. ?? ?? T n^nd av.. CM* vice, at her *"*"? ? -' '?*?,'? Chureh. ^r^<t_it__Si__5 day. No_y?ber '_?-_"*? . k-r r,.,nler.oe. r?"-;'..K^."'. "?2'?*?'-??*-*-*: ?*J_B_k*-"ea_, , -(1- >t ' BOHl.E-Ofl T-a-IW. ^fVl-imf.eM td-. -"?fi "_* i?::-.-r? aWTteea Friday ^'NoCei-ber^rt 8 o'elock. Inter* nrnt Saturdny morning. M-rm_n ?S ?*__? * t^VmralfjA^ jr sSSb i? ??il Thurfiday: i KflaaaClTal M a. ?? , __. r. t ilar Novemher ... -> ??? BR,TT OatJ***^m ?f mmm i?te John J F.llen ABnt^" ]<y^ v ,,... Pritt and mother oi. i t Kuneral ?f ihe lat- John t.abnii ..th .^ _S&*4Wl??5*Aa _^-ii"tSrBSSB:-,fc; V, v .ric Citv 10 a- m. av.. Ne4v TC?*WWJ M,ry M.-<-"""!". Kuneral from -rn and V ^j av., Brooklyn. on Friday, Novern!*'. t-rment ('alvao'- ?. v G0MMEU. ^^-V^treerr^nin- Pe ,h.cl ConneU, of the . ir**_ on p_-t_M*lt Ju,''r>al_'r'.n*n. 1,.:;,. _ tn.: r-raraday. N ; XuJ_j, 167th nt. ment ***? Raymond s. -..-? Yerk. Thur,da>. 29 .lOoreloek Thoma; fron. hia late residewc-. n^ ,_jtman. ^ -' n KunerMi from Ufl lata Harman lt, 8"r***lr reoldenee, 291 ?armft,_,, 'i?u-rmei,t Cy . mrx r .."'-> ? HnKiklyn. mmor,. .Irelano , ^ ^ ^^^ -^"of'sriV-r,,-, X?,er. Thur. dar. -? " '? at_ . \RRISON On Novemher ... ?_1/?__1C__ (,AKKI_4i.-? **"v.??-ral .enir-e^ 441 \<e held M flarrir-on. runerai ***** - ., . , __5[n^f*4_s?#_. roornlng at 19 ..'dock. .^fcSTJE \cmber -'. at .' i ? m. ??". r^sgyi athr, - * r -,rl Goldhera-T Vunrral from [?'h'u. . ITL', .1 av., November '. at 1'' a rn. JliNFS On Mc--e_*ef 17, Mary A. Jon?. S_?HK^S? \ toaaat Jonea- '*Ln*? Frir_,y 9 ::<0 a. m.; ?_f AJ-f'Sn ta .'-Tend ut 10 ..Vloek. K.n.lly flflBH llower*. u-t?FR s?ni ea llaaaflfltai 27, t-lo.ed ^?Si-l -4Dcia mee M?>er. and father o l^o K,i?er and MlaM* OAa. ***"**} ?rom her iate iwHllire. IBI >-**** lMth.*t. jetrneT of Hrr-k av ), Thur.day morning r.l 10 o'elo<-k ?h?rp. KI'I LT - Kaaaaatat CT, at Ma re?idenre. I?: K.lir. -?? Brooklyn. John Kelly. In hia 'tr ye** funeral .eruce*. ,t Chureh of Oaf Ea*"* *** <r??^ rounsel. Putnam ,4 . Mar Balrh av., Saturday, December I. r.? 10 a -' t-ry. MWHPlEMl On T"je-'ay. NnvemW 87. . Frank George Ma- Mra far.*. Mfli-Bilri raneral Mideaa ?ill be - "f hia inotber. 139 Eflflt Ith ft, or, Thu? . '? ' rn!,er .'., at at | f i Wyai ? KBUCH ? ,. . ||le_ band of A' ? I neral from hia late . NBWMAM il Hkll.N \ft C,tl. I jr.rral fr.,n. ber Iate '. ?... Vi'.itcherater, Ofl ? ? ? Ifl M - Oeeew t Hirh mm |if| ,. ?_, Ti.l^r :>. )'?:/, at Churrh .,f ih. Holy flMrl*. Atlar.tr* City. N, J itAn't Larrrftry. I V Train ?g wlrb l^r-ly Ponnaylvarla Kallr'-ad trlU ita ? Ati'i.tK City 10 a n, rOpgr- '.f/rg* t Htmm. tttAri DEATHS HICCET1LM?On November tt, Joseph. be? loved ton of Sophie and tho late l.ou.s MscetilH. 1 un.r.il from I.L lat. h?me. Tii Eaal lllat ?t.. on IViday. Nura-BBir . i, fl| 11 ;.. n. Inteiir.ent Calvary. ?AMINFKLO -i iHa, aa Hai-oaher M, ta . tr Md ^?r, bd WO- n.?rr..r of Dr. Jo*"pr. Samenf-vl, I *>-. Eltelle, Both. Mr-- Bertba May, ?? . Im M<->,r. Mr-. t harl tt* ???.. Mr-. 1 iorence HoTBWttS. Fvimn.l servii-*, ut l<r la'<- I'mMOMB, 1-"-' PUOaV ?ylvania a... Hrooklyn. on Thursilay, No TaWlw ".?. at ! p. tn. Interment Mount Carmrl Ci n:eter>. SMITH In Pa??? t-flflee. R- I. ?? the 27th wili- of tlM 1'ite Albert WbIiiiiibii Smith. l'unernl otrrko* rn, dav, the ;r'th Init, at i p. m., at th* re-i toaea of her _au_hter, Mra. Harry M. llorton. IM knusdl lt, l-rrvidrnce. Rcla tn.-> i,i,il fri.-i-.' 1- are lavlted to atteti'l. - SMITH A' lii Mfl-flM* .-e.iden.-e, Santa Ilarbara. ('-!.. Bpeneer H. Smith. in BM .?'?th .enr, beloved husband of Cathenne EHlaabeth Dallctt and father of Mr.< Charlei W. Can ont.r an. Mrs. .Samuel rilMflBB rhiladelphia papers plea.e cop>. SToi.ZE Edaraad, botwred hghaad oi_Po r.tta Btolie and father of Edmund, B?Hi ?;..im ai.d Charka Btotaa and Hannah Mal ?ky. Funeral torvieee TburBday ?-,?B?* *' hia lat. reaidence. 234*1 Madiaon it. Kidire v.ood. Brooklyn 'Rev. Bbioow. minbterl. 1 uneral Friday, Novembet W. '?'''? ??.- ?'?m Memt>er of Work.n__.aTn'? CooperflJ-ve ai ?oetatton, Kniekerboeker Cirek, No. ***> V H C . aad tha McKinley Henevoli.it Bo ciety. Interment L-tbCfSfl C.mete-y. SI'I.LIVAN On November 2fi. ?I'-remiah -T. Sullivan, dearly belov-d m of Julla Sulli? van and the late Lieutenant Y. I. guM--an. ?- \ v r n Member Of S:m r-ahad, t CouneU K. <??' C _-a_e_al from ins late reaidence, 2M Bt Ann'- nv., on Thuraday, November 39, at . :W a. m.: th-nce to Bl I uka-'f. t hurch. whera h aolemii high ma.-s of rsqu-tn will bi offered foi the refooo of his Mfll. IHON H'-nry. at Ml llBW-Bfa Mi Broarl way, Weat N"w Briehton, Staten Mand. on November "7. Funeral lerrleai HwreSoy, Ni re_flbei ? at hii lata re?i denre. WALKBB In I'luirifield. Conn.. November ? Benjamin A. WalkeT, in the Md year of hk ago. W1BC-IKB1 Suddenly. nt PiUsburuh, Penn.. Albert Cort Wkchen, beloved husband of Marion Wleehen ' riee Whakn) aml father of Albert Wh rhera, jr.. in hk 15th yenr. ) uneral lerrlew at his late reiMeace, r.lB t luik-mi av., Flatboah, ori Thnraday, No vember 'I.l. at S fl. m. Interment Friday loomlna. private. WHITNBT On Monday evening. Ro.a I*n ninaja, belovad wifa> of William Whitney. Serwcvs will b<- h-ld Thursday evening, Noveaabar 29, at bor la'- reahkneo. 1092 Prospeet Plai-e. Hrooklyn. Interment Fri? day, at Woonsocket, R. I. BU I.anK, on November _7. Servic*.. THF. FUNEBAL CRVBCH, Broadway, Gfi th st (Frank Campl.rll . i. Time later. VOGEL?Herman. at hfa residence. in Tuxedo l'ark. on Norembor 27, K'17. Services at St Mary'i Church, Tinede l'ark, m Fri? day, NovemhaT JO, nt 1 1 u. tn. Interment private. Kindly omit flowera. CEMETERIES THE WOOOLAWB CEMETERT. I23d St. By Harlem Train and by Trolley. Lot? ef small size for sa!*. OBlca 20 Eait 2S_ _t? N. T. KKLIGIOIS NOTICES CONORBOATIONAL BROADWAY TABERNACLE BROADWAY AND i r 11 BTREET Thuraday, ii A M. Thankaarlvlna Berrlee. ri' paator, Dr Jefferaon, will praae_. PRE8BTTERIAN Madison Sq. Presbytcrian Church. MADISON AVE AND MTB BTBBJBT. Rev. C. H. Parkhurst. D. D.. Pastor. PREACHBfl 11 A M. '1 MANKSOIVINQ DAT BKKORMED THU MIDHr.K COLLEOtATI CIHTICH, I 7th 81 S?rr1rf on Thankscltiiii lm> ?? 10 30 A. M Krr. EDGAB 1 IWSM.IN Ko.MK; wtU prrvh. TBE MAIU'.I.K, LOLL-ajIATE Ull'IU'H. ll ll _:"!, -lt Bef DAVIH JAH T.l Hlll I.l,. li n. Mlnlnter. . '. ? - ronirfffatlea "f tiie ?ii tfata - il ar 11 A M V I . 1> U ? ? ri mkful rot A_< " TBK OOUaEOUTE ' lllm II OF ST NICHOLAS. . ,... y R.? MAIaCOI.M 'AS \|\i l.l.iili. li T) . lOnlllaW, m.i ..'iiKi.t of ?rr .i burcn). HBBT *DtV COIaU-GIATM CBTJBCB, R*\ HKNKV 1,1'Ui'M \ ii'l.ll, I> 1). Minister 0 Thanksililiil l>?i Um nmireiaa-m M ih* thil roi.arrrga tl<m ln * ? ' '?>?!'? h at II A M l>r I ? I "ill pra-av-h. "Aa OM-1 u -'-1 lh_<__f-?t_g.M TIIK rORT WAaBINOTON COl LKGIATT illt IH M I ? Kitl ? ItM 4>. _r I lllet S i; |R- IM. ll lll.ln, li li . M1nl?l_-r. A i uli n - -'i ? Hit- t-un . Ua. _r II A M n, % I -. -. I I ri?t* M ? I ;? r-'M-li. LOST, FOUND AND REWARD t.OSI BANKHOOKS IXMT?Hanktiook No. 3:.4.8*3. lnion Wni* Savlngi Hi.rik Peraon clalmlng lt is eall'il upon to prrsriit ila'iii \.ltti!n ten ,ia\.s. otherwlM poaebooh will bi eoaeelled. [/)ST.?BanUI.. ?'.',. No !'?4,4>,6 of Bank f.,r Bavtnga, 2*0 Fourth a?e.. New York. Payment atopa Plaa* return book to bank. L('PT -Bankbooh No. 9S9.S10 of B?nk f, r Shmors. Ml Fourth ate.. New York. paymi Ple_M reti ru l,ook to bank. I/iST?Bankbck No. 1,mi.990 of Bank (or Bavtaga, ISI Fourth atn.. New York. Paj in i return book to ttOOh N" !1J lll. !'-au^'i ly Hi# ....i.k. tormarly the f M rrlianti' Clerka. Finder will pleaai nturn it ii ri., t.ank BUSINESS CARD5 l M.I I'l ( l.EAMAO CARKFTTa CAKPET i I.KAMNO fo -C1.uii b. r__ipr?w<l Hr, iletJii. bai.ti or ga floor 15J1 B-a.l-a 4.1 ttt*. 4VJ. it. ii,k. A til!A.SDT. lf. I..?SJlla. DIAMOMIS PIAMONTiS BOt'QHT ll l aOI.T) ' ? '?? t1r!? Tn. Ht.NM.TT. 171 Braadwar. ti.bd Boor. >l KKOLATES* NOTICES IS- !?! RSUANC1 OF AN OBUKB Ol II .. rabll John P. Cohalan, a Suirofau of th' CoOBty of New Yorl:. notice U her't.'. flven to *:i peroona ha\lm , laigia acalniit M?'':e F. B"|il, lat* Ot the County ,,? tfrw york. dBcaaatd, to preaant .am* with vouchers th?-r?of to the aabacrlher. at ,f tranaacllna t>-?lneaa. ?tt th? offlce .ttorney. S Hldi.ey Pmlrh. No. 14 i v.'all btreet, ln the City of New York. oa or b'f i" lh ? 7th day of January. iifxt. Dat' .. Ntw York. Um irnl day of Julj, ,j|7 BOBEK'l' U BOYD. B BIDNET SMITH. Ux.tutor. Attorn?v for l^xecutor, lt Wall Stra-et. N?w York City. )?-.'.? w i; rn AN OBDEB 01 i- ? balan .. ;- nir>f.?,4 .int} "f New Yin s rv.iiR havlni a ? i i.i.miv;, late ?f the Tork, hr?t^ ,.f Ni ? Fork, ? I.l t l,<- Wlmai Wlfll X OU' li rlb-r, at lirr ploi ? , -. at tho ofl r Baym i i , ha-r attorn-'y, No. ,,7 \<. , iht- City of N-'w Y.rk, ?th il?y of Ma>, n?xl Dated, New York. thc 27th d_y of Oc? ? MARY H A At.I.l.N. l.\' ? utrlx. HOWABD ' BATNB Kao. , Attorn-'y for I ' ?-??t. Ii'injiiih -.. w York < ltv. IN Fl ' ?KDKB hk ?'Hgtlr. ? % ... . . ; Mi. r. of to thi ..- i i plaoa of transoeilna bual? ' Itanley eman N'. II Rroadwai B ihattan, m lha i ll ..f ??? r Y'.ik, i.i, ?! I" foi- tha )"Mi ,|ay of t.l./ I,' H .totii day "f i l.i, I?I7. IA CHURCH M '>N1 IN ? iMIx al/M.I.V U'Jl.' fJilH MOII.I-OON, Al. >? ?? .t f->r Kaeouilla, 42 liruadwa/, h.e JOtU, tf. TC. HELP WANTED Male MACH1NISTS. riRST CLASS Al ! AROUND MACH1N1STS, CAP \i.l Y OP RUNNING LATHE, BORING .mill. &<:.. ON MODERATELY HEAVY WORK. APPLY THE CONTINENTAL IRON WORKS, WLST AND CALYER STS., BROOKLYN, N. Y. Female |__B__BBB1 roSITIOSH fm Teaoa Baj__a Between As-i of 16 anJ _3 aa __tf_-MQ_ OPERATORS. oUmtUUm Not Neeeaaary. We will l-fh you, pi. you while H* lc?ra ind stilta you to a centr?! uflt.-e *i near *? posalble to your horn*. A clean. pleaiant, Intereallnf. inod p?>ing enaaa_i?. Apply between 9 A M. BBd S P. M. riw youK nunm oomfabt, Manhattan?St West nouaton Bt. llr ri -l.'ls WkbUM Af. Lrooklyn- .1 mONgMo BL Do You Need a Capable Stenographer Typiit, telephone operator, book Iceeper or dictaphone operator? I Can Supply You at Once ?i-iiom: haki i.ay ei??. ELSIE DIEHL I0 *?gKJfcT. rB'iRrs OIRIaS traJned fmr ? imall fee; ItM uala-taii.e rrnilen-d In prorurini 'i|i|' no ;-.i! 'i- nprf.* i.errt&uy; me'.uma-a tree. Jhis I.imi. 140 West Htb t-Ure-L Tclepl.-ne 1104 Bi DAT U'iKKKR- J-.-rlah womim: aewirif. ,r Uonderluf work. Ilarlcu 5515, larad 1 me ,t a* Bi .. 77 1 ,-r 1 -ii Bm*t BOI BKWORKEBS, rmvlc. bflfcMB ar . tftaatbe. nalda; raliable |M k--1 n-r.r, bb; n Lead l.mpl... ment AsMtoey, tl Eaal lUtfc street. I-T! KOOBAFBXB8 t.plar.a. kaakkBBMa, elerka; peraUMBt Daj ?> Aftocy. TrHiune liulldlui. 154 5,'aatmi; 39 Eaal 4-d SITL'ATIONS WANTED Male COOK, C_lne?e. rprnpetent. rellaMe ***d batot aantt pi?ltt"ii: imia'a faml y Of S" ' rltj oi . ui.ro. firai class ntetwt***, Hm C. C Ne, Irlbune. - Female BTSK-OBAFBIB, IT, Otttmt, neat, brlgi-.r | eirea paaltlon, wlih BdrancBuent; knowi M..-1 ?:. Tanacfe. ki h_i_!i . Broefclra DOMESTIC. SITIATIONS WANTED Female COOK?Teena. reat, bmbb_4cbI: rm H?9*tenl **'*? -. ... ? ,-.?'.;? el. day ?'??* < ? ' ? - w , I.T Fourtb ave.. at IM rt., .New Y".k 1 .!... COOK EbaUata Pi Uataat: noellanl eeefc: r>e*t re?; . .- aAoout. *'?? Konrrli ate . Ka* 1 rk City, VTAITRKBa et I'AKl "iRMAlli Mtal arpearar.re; batl "f rr v rr.i:., ;!..:,.:-. CoiUer Afincy, 43. Pnur.li are.. m IW at . Nbb Tart I Ity. _ RESORTS ONTBl 68ACH Wfflfa ATLANTIC CITY -S ;CHALFONTEJ HOSPITABLE - H0MtUKE_^i| LAUREL____EPINES LAKEWOOD.NEW JERSEY \ nimli-rii Imi'l ln nn Autiiinn and ft later KrM,rt where e_l ef aeee ?i,?rt? ar,- pMalblC t\*r enlire year. FRANK F. SHUTE, Mmafer llr.tn< h U4-M ?t t.en. ... Iluliri * !?<>"?>. tfteet Brokem. , a: , ..,....i n j., "Amerlca'a" arinter raaert, II ?,,,.'.' n 'ii. "Camp DU." Addraaa Town Clark for fre? booklet hiM Hal i>f botsis. AII.ANTK (ITY. B. J. AmerUa'a Kamom All Yrnr Itfort. INSTKUCTION m, NEW YOKK?Manhattaa Languages .1^ KKIUCKU KATIrX IO AKMY AMI SATJ hTKRNs LANCUACES MHOOI. OB UMHUW?MhW 961 MadlBun A\enue. i'rlvato Iimtructkin ln Kuiaslan. II \\l INO 0URYEA Distinctivc Modern I) tmin ; Taught SCHOOL AGENCIE8 Anierk-an and Torel^n learher*' Aepiicy.-a, Suppiiei I'rufesBora. Teacbera, rut.ra BovarnaieeBa, eu-.. to Cellegee, Beboeli and Famlllea Apply ta Mn M. J. >ou>_? -KLl.'ION. || Lnii.u Mjuar REAL ESTATE FOR SAI.E OR TO l.h't BOi.ul i.n or i.i :.i :, . forcst Rllls" ?ardi.n$ "A Forward MerttUetUt ln Haborban llr\rloprnent." IS Mlnutrai from Prnn. SlaHon. Uoueee and Villa Mot* fnr Bale. SACE FOUNDATION HOMES CO, 41 \V. ..im M., or loreat IMIa. I. L Write for Booklet A. M-VV .IKK>KV THE PRUDENT CITIZEN Inaura-s Ii1? H*_l BotatB ln>_ How BBM 1? ! ? BBCMtB ln liln li".i'. tf* *t? ?pei miiktii In li>T?rti and Uurkland Couni Ki-mI Eotat* Tlllea Writi f?r Booklri ii "Safety I'lrat Investora" irantaX d iii"rt^-_ire.?. North Jersey Title Insurance Co., HAI hl N-\l K, N. ,1 N V i: p.Ol nn i. Carn r, le Wall I I IIKA' liril, IlilMP, OS IA1II.R -IIAHr.il TOR. n?r pl'.l. Iifi'ir WH 0**0 * OaaeSSS a-ii|or; I . Inprorenenta ?? ,(? tm ia |. i'l kl ,__ rru.i Ikaa MU Mal.wal,. N J l NFrRMSIJKI) AI'ARI MKM'S 429 FOURTH AVE., ttont ""i M M so ejt AM? I IN ?bf i?l ii iT. H ,. WtAOt ,.r ?iu.|i,i aparlmei l I i * ii rhorouahl) t nuvad I I l.miM AMI IIM II. 1.10 I r. 1 H'iiim- A.M> BAI II. 160 IP. Mtali vi.i'-i.al Api<'., pramlata ur Paul A atvUoUlck. 1*76 Broadway. T*l Tllt BryioL Postpone Squash Tourney It flTBl announced yesterday that the annual handicap tournnment of the National Sqaaah Tennis AaaaciatiflB, nchedsled te bflfifl next Moaday at the Harrard Clab, bad bflflfl poatpoaed bb* f.i Deeember 10. It ted that - ? traat - froa tea ? ?? elaba wiil participnte. TRAVEL AMERiSAN UNE Weekly SauVngl WHITE STAR LINE Frequent Sailings New York-liverpoo! Carrying Passengen, Cargo and United States Mail for /u!l BlfflaaaaHaa apply to nny agent n* Offices, 9 Broadway, New York CUNARD ?aaaaae i'a?n>?? an<1 tnwgn Beatieee. NEW YOHK?_l\ERPOOL NEW YORK-rALMOUTH-LONDON NEW YORK?BIUSTOL ftflfle Mnaaj Ord.M. Mal or Cable. Greet Brila n, Ireland. SiaflCBBflrifl, llaly, hance, Foriugal. Sp-n. Switzerlaad Ft further ll t> ti '-?" ''' apriy ti-2i BTATB KTWUnr, "*a***l vokb. OTMittfcNIE GEN-RALP. revV'SATUNTI.UI Expreaa Postal Service HEWYOHK- BORDEAUX?PARIS Direet Roule to tht Co_liotaL ivkkkia DBV-UmrBM. COMPANY'S 0FFIC? SJ5T1& aeaa ?ArV'-" 0M . PORTO RICO THE GOLDEN ISLE 16 DAY CRUISE A" $QJ..50 **** Ezpcme* up A luiurioui rfainrr ii your hotr! for the mtnr rr.i.ir. from New York to and arourH Porto RlCO, tropprr.zat pnncipal P**"tj nnd retum. Ail ttacmwan npr-nir, ol M voyaf* in.-lnnVd in thr f-... Vnte lor illualratrd booklet" n.iouuK Tropic__at. Ad.kri, li Sr.CKENDORF, General Pa??. Aft. PORTO RICO LINE ,?';?,:' !??**?r*, _,. _ ..?!??_.. | . -Ta ROYAL MAILS (Neutral Flag) Nederland and Rotterdam Joint Paeiflc Srr?lce (I't. 2ni1 and Jrd Cabla) YOKG-'AMA (?il Horolulu), KC3E. MMSIO, HOKGXCihG. PKinK 19. MM ?___* '?: rn Btt Ptm .? '. !"" s- " [,.$ 100. YOKCHAMA - U-..S 150. Addrm.M.F..BurnpM.I7 Ca;trr> Plicf. N.a York C Itj FALLRIVERL1NE TO BOSTON $4.00 J_n. S. RT. I tt r ill Btra i Pl< r ia. H r ' ' Mll KiMHiN (SOBWICH) LISB. Btr. I ,. . . Bt.. i k -ara. I ? i. pi r T? E rt .::...: Bt . I l'-M ?*|******BBlB__g___HgiaaaB--5-Bffl ??,(.?. ??.!*? a. aTaaaZ aweeu, aaanaa. trnrn* T.ar,aill.W. ItllllM. ******* "rr. IL J?n. I, 22. H. E. B-KNETT. \7 Battery Pl.. N. Y., or WI Martrt St.. S. F.. Cal ? ihi ri Hl IC BB PI-B-BB-*." BOSTON, $2.95 PROVIDENCE ; $1.90 COLONIAL LINE Ml OOTSIOB BTATBBOOMB, ?l TO $*. WMt daya and Bunday* al I M V M. from j.^ f _, i: , f,?,r Weat H'.ustun bi. Tlmlir, >|.rliia?04HI. Wflfflflflter. rS-'.IXi; I'rii4i.lrii. i il,te< t.ll.,9 ul l>ll)l. *l \ I BKOOMH. 91M Dail4. in. I.i.linic Kaaday, .*?:'?') P M. Kr.nu 1'.' r If, I. lt. I' ? ., iHrknian City Ticket Offlee, IN BroaAwmy. S. T. Dcn "n" i inc nun u. it montaoca RtU U LINt .. lh.i.vn . ar noo.n 1 ? r P -? Bl ? ' iri aa * Wi azueia. rnii-.uixi'iiii " ' ui4. 4 ..... i>?\ m ti ma im i ? 4 II. ? ? f r r.v.rrwi. liii-.s. i.Ai.i.i.ir _ co., t;?.i Maa.. ?i Uaiiof r. 4\a.l Uiraat WASHINGTON EXCURSIONS iM-fl Trip. Ban, aa.ee. ? Eflc l ? - . Ing u II] [Je. 17. MAI-tTI .: . . . Air . V. < H| OLD DOMINION LINE ' ,; ; WJ. ].?-.. .. r U I't _? N I; Tr . L'.iu rraaklla. r.-?i.n?'R-fiA RAIMOMI -lllil 11 11.4111 TOI'IIM ea. m-TH ave. iri ju.i. ^^J mia Germany Executes 3 Teutons as Spies Aiding Entente Two Were in the Army and the Other a Civil Offieial Used Invisible Ink Two Swiss Agents Punished for Passing Information to France [rr;r_e?por.___.--i of Tha PmstUAti Tress] AMSTKRDAM, Nov. 15. -Three Ger i.ian a non-comniis^ioncd officer, a prlrate ai-'l a civil offieial liavo just beea exeeuted iti Germany as Entente spies. The leader of tbe gtUUp, *?? cordingr to tiie German newspaper ac? eount?. WM a Dr. Roo-. Bl ? -? arara Joseph Sehaitaler, a aoa-eoaiiia -? ?ioaed officer in an artillery battalion at the front, and Albert Stradel, a sol? dier in a telephone section Ul Coblcntz. The "Cologne Gazcttc" ghel the fol? lowing aceount of the case: "The enemy e.-pionage s-rvice not enly succeeds in now ai.d then BOBdiag crieiny subjects and subornei! neutrals with false or stolcn passporr- to spy in Germany, but occasionally a (ierman succumbs to the temptation uf money. "A German court martial had to deal with one of these eas-rs a short time BgO. The three men named were i.ecused of treason. Dr. Roos, who had been a failure in his profession nnd in life, while on a baaiaeaa jour ney to Switzcrland in 1915, made the acquaintance of a certain Joseph Kraft in Geneva, whose business was to get Bgaata for the French Intelligence Ser? vice. Here Dr. Roos was also intro? duced to an alleged Captain Harrat. I'sed Invisible Ink "lt was agreed that Roos should set tle in Frankfort, and from there send military and economic information to Switaerlaad to a covering address, Grevilliot, Geneva. Ihe information v.as written by Roos in invisible ink between thc lines of newspapers which vare then sent in a wrapper looking quite innocuous in the post. As a re? gard for bctraying his country Roos ;.? aaee rec*ived an advance of 2.000 fraaea, and a monthly payment of 1,000 francs v.as guaranteed him. -In October, 1918, Roos began his eetiritlea in I-'rankfort At tirst he had his own observations only to rely upon, hut later ho gained accomplices in strudel and Schnitzlcf. He .ent ?weral uports monthly until tinall. . eret writiag was discovered. and it was ascertained that he wa. the ,.,,!,,-. Soon nftenvard his aceoni pli.es wen- discovered. All three made full confession. "The aetivities of these three soies hai! iluii ? great injury to the rather land BBd the army. as the two soldier-. ipecially Sehaltxler, w-ho was at the front were able to give valuable in? formation. Thn court martial con lieraned all three to death. The pun ilhmeal was cirried out soon after. "In addition, it was possible to have a number of other members of the , pioaage organization brought to trial. The recruiting a(f%nt, Josef '.raft. and Grevilliot. who reeeived let tara from Roos at Geneva, were tried hy thu court there. Kraft was fined .'S<?0 fraaea and senteneed to three months' imprisonmetit. Grevilliot got a -''00 Iraac liae nnd four months' imprison iiiint for obtaialag information on be lalf of a foreign power." CaaaJag Russian Spies Another aceount of eepioaage activi tip? ri G? rmanv ia printed in a number ,,! Genaan papera this week. lt pays a gradgiag tribut*- to tha aethrltii ol aa allegaa Raaalaa agent named Lian der, of whom it says: "Ihis versatile und curniing spy, who i.-> generally de scribed hs a man of education and of M aaaiable nature, has been rendered hanaleaa. But the espionage service uf the Kntente will t'tnd other ways. Only the greatest watchfulnes-s against all suspicious persons and the grcat <st rostrnint and rajtion in converMi tion can relieve Germany from theae lests or make their activity futile." !< i' itated lhat Liandcr lniusi-l!" i a Bwede. H is two principal accom plieea w,re Plammer, formerly a Ger? aaaa lobjeet, and Hopf. a Germaa. Ac cordiag to the Genaaa newspaper.*, the three have been condemned to loricr perlodi ai iinpri-onment. _-o ' Boys' Home Asks for Funds An urgent plea for funds to be used in making repairs and alteraGons in the buildings at lll to 447 Kast 123d Street, occupied by the N'<",v York Home for Homeleee Hoys, has been sent out. It is pointed out that ewry dollar con tribated la ueed for tin- home, there be? ing no ovcrhead expenses. i.-vei, the siiperintendi nt dor.ating his jervices. Contributions may bc ser.v to Lawrencc H. Elliman, 340 Madison Avenue. REAL ESTATE REAf. ESTATE put "Tribune Building" ? on your Ietterhead and quit worrying about your new of? fice location. A well run, splendidly located build? ing, each office with plenty of air and light; and neighbora of the kind you are glad to have under the aame roof with you?lcntala exceptionally moderate for a building of thia character and in this location. For floor plan. more Information. or an appointment to <?-- the offices 'phone our agent on prcmiMS, Beekmen 3000. (Hhe&ribune JH aBuitdmp' Straus Asks City to Furnish Cheaper Milk Poor Compelled to Give In .ants Dangeroua Substi? tutes, He Says Declaring that mother. in the poorer sections of the city are forced to give their babies diluted coffee and tea as a worthless anrl dangerous substitute for milk. which they cannot afford to buv. Nathan Straus appeuled yesterday trj'the city and to the public to save the infants of N'ew York by funiishing more fresh milk free or at greatly re? duced prices. Mr. Straus said the eight milk sta? tions supported by hira are S4vnmped with orders. and he was unable to supplv the demand. Under the Impraa* sion that the citv had abandoned its nftv-nine milk stations, Mr. Straus argtd th.' city to reopen them. toni missioner of Health Emerson said all the statior.s 4vere in operation. am" Cr.ide A milk 4vas being sold there at 124 cents a quart. The regular retail price is 1(5 cents. "The eight stations maintained by me are selling milk to the poor at less than one-haif what it cost-t me." sanl Mr Straus. "I think that the city ought to be able to relieve the situa? tion in such plaees as Blackwetl's Isl? and and in various hospitals, where the infant mortality has risen far above last vc_r's tigures. I would Ut*gO that the city send 4vorkers up the state and e.idcavor to have opened the lairu'S that araifl closed not long ago and ship ments here resumed. Much BI tha ?*. latiBg disiress here could be rcli-ved m this way." ? i a ' ** U. S. Crops Valued At $21,000,000,000 Corn, Worth $4,659,000, 000, Led Farms of the Nation WASHINGTON) Nov. B. Thanks- . giving Day finds America's horn of, plenty with new high record fulness. Aaflflrieaa farmer.- prodiced a gross tfltal of $?1,000,000,000 worth of farm products during the year, equulling ifl value the nation's total cxpenditure iri one year of war. Tiie prifldpal farm crops will reach more than .Sl'."OO.nuO.OOO in value, minor crops $.,500,000,000, and animals and animal products, including butter, ch.-cse and eggs, about Jr',500.000,000. Corn, the country's greatest crop, ae? counts for about one-third of the in? creased tfltal farm products. It is esti- I mated at about $4,1*59,000.000, compared with $_.2'.'t*,000,000 last year. In poiflt ' of quantity corn this year saw its largi-st production, being tir>,000,000 ' baahela more than the 1912 record crop. Next in point of value comes cotton ?rith a crop valued at about $1,981, 000,000. Of that amount Sl,*.5,000,000 is eatimated for lint and $336,000,000 for seed. Cotton lint last year 4vas valued at ?1,0?0,000,000 and seed at $278,000,000. Ilay is the next most valuable crop, with a total of $1,390,000,000, compared with $1,162,000,000 last year. Wheat, the fourth crop in point of value, is worth more than $1,000,000,000 for the second time in American farm? ing history. Its value is estimated at $1,320,000,000, compared with $1,025, 766,000 la-t year. No other crop has reached the billion dollar kotfll, although oats comes within $25,000,000 of thflt 'igure, be.ng valued at $975,000,000, compared 4vith $"."t"-, 000,000 last year. l'otatoes Bflaaed the half billion dol? lar mark, with h total of $562,000,000, as compared with $.17,063,000 last! year. ? Curtis Victor by Default The Curtis High soccer eleven, lead? ers in the P. S. A. L. Feries, won from Morris High yesterday by default. Macken kicked the bal! into the Morris net and Refeiee Hanning awarded the game to Curtis. The Weather Report tVASlllN.; T<>\. Not. :i-i'.i.ll'ict are atill mu.'h U-*.*ttte_ orer the K-ftcru kflB ,?( it:* Mfl try, c?>rpt Ifl __? l_.e MflBfl. fltHl afl I'l.-rrasiiif dlsturb_n<< nur tha nwutli of he OMfl nit.'r ?? t another off rt.o MflBWI New EiifJand co__t. wltii a ridge ot high preesure berweeii. At a result, raJiu ar.d i:,ow* w?e gmeral ln ' New Englar.J. tha Middle Atlai.tlj atatoi aiul from tiie lower lake rrgl.iri 'uutlmotnard through hmmW* T?i_? Iflfl OUafeMBflb BBB a fail i>f rain aan We*t?<r!i Arkar.a_s, Eaatrri irkia-.oma aa. Nortl.e_.tirn Trrt?. Ther* Is a_o a tuajked <lls nirbai. ?* "'rr the l anadlaii Northwcat, a:_r;id?d by l.al ralru lo th* aouUiwcstward, Into th* M.-r!..Tn mwUaa* <t naaaOa Mfl m r.irtila. lt 14 r'iiui'f In the Atlantl'.- jlates _ d the ',.,* r 'ak? r-flnrr. a"!i"iigh "111 m*Ua waU t-i i ? glat.d. aiid It ii nooter ln the h.wer illaalu.ppl Valla? and Iha ?.-? Uulf atatea. In ... w.-t laaflaratflfM ar* illfbtly higher as a ?bflta !w sra.-onal a4?ragc Tha iamn niiio vaiiry di-tur>._,. * win probably rnor* east-iiortheaatward. allaodail Iv raln-t Tl.iir. day ln the "lilo Valliy ind C? '.rai _nd Kj-t.ri Tcnnf-ae*. Alahama and tl.e . nnii Atlantk --ii, . ar.d by ratn or tmm* ln thi flflrtarn !,>???- ;*(? ? rrK'-'n. Ilurl'ig Thum lay night an.l Krl.lay the , rain and siil.it will eitr'M tr.'o Um middle At- j lai'.tlc atate*. and N.w -i.glajid. probably ra.wtly ; Mtam h* Nevf Knglaml. la tl.e upurr n.a rra-lon thr weaQier ?l!l lt* partly dofldf to rtoodjr TI.um day and Krl'lav It 4?i!l ba fair I'rlday ln th* ie io tattat, Trr.neajo* an-1 tl.e H?__a It nlll l< aotneahat Bdldaf ' 11..:.-(???? I" Tannaaaaa and ? >>* eaat Uulf states ai. 1 un i'rMa) ln (ha toutli Ar;_.llc iitatci. Forecajfa f?r S*?clal LenalltlM. - New Jeraei, gaaAara Pww-plftjHa Ctaathj ri.urij Md?i pr.bahly rain 1 ?. -?i New Tork. BaflBHn Nrw Enflan.l?On onllv fair '11 u- la> j Krldav snow <>r raJu. n,."!,ti. N'aa K::flai.d?laa-1 tn.jwj Thursdav Prldar. 44n.'rm PwinaylTanla BaBi or ?n~? Tliursday or 'ltiu-dav nlfbt, a::-l prnbal'ly Frldav. IVeauta New Vork?lloudy Tti_rsd_y; local anowa a1 i.l,!.'. .>r 1'rtdaj. Lacal Official Racord.?l"t_ followlni o_"l__l Iflfl. "rl frorn __? \4>at!i*r Bureau ahowa teinp-raturea dirlr.f the laat taentj four boura, ln oomparlson nltii th* lorreapntilu.j ,'tta ot last year: mr. iflia mr. t?i? 1 a. m.tt s: :l p, n. ni ?? ?> a, rr II M 1 \x m. ? j. 1 a. rn. i H '? p. tn. 35 IT 1.' noon.Cl I" II p. m. -? 4* li_h*?t. taawaratara raaUrdcr, :.< d??;r_es ia' a 1'irter.r. tl (al I a fl_l; afwaffa, 31; aicr^, r..r .ani* dare !a.'i \-tr. I-. attiaf.- fur namo la'; last ll.ir, rl.n..- ., tr*. Ifl. Humldlty * a. oi . 91' 1 p. in . *j; a p. m . Baro-etar Raadlnga li B....M CO, 1 p. ra_'JO.OS; 8 p. m... ,M ll Lacal OITklal Faracaat.--Oenerally fair U>-day naln or ttrm to-morrow. MiV.erata n>rthoa.?t ttmtO . probably li-rraalrig by lo morrow. Miniature Almanac -?'un rt?ea.4 ITIflun arij . i .. ?4 ip. m.). .'. 11 M.?.n s.rj ta ? | Hlfh Wattr 4 41 P M Iflflflf Hook. T il aaa lioirrii'T'i Iilaral . a ns v 4o llrll (iate .ln ln 1? |, Fire Record I 4| 13 a i i; :m a. . <??? Mkaami irifling. 1 3J??3I Tlntou a> , Mi.. Br.'iu. Maa -heyalow; ?Ilaht : '..'.--iu e. Mth rt: Tafnli Hoffman. allahL A a.',?-4:1-51 M at. m%ner unknown. |liv. * II?"*. Varl.-h at , ham Krulmea -.llfliL la.aa .ej w. isru ?u. i:*.. utn ,uttt>. I.IOi?11 lt IU> AT., _-_./ _lc_f_U. gggg New State Food Board to Publish Prices of Staples Chairman Mitchell Ap points-G. L. Bennett Market Expert One of the first offieial acts of the Federal Food Board, created last Tues? day to aeeame full control cf the food situation in New York State, will bc to publi.h price lists of staple commod itiea. Chairman John Mitchell and Ar? thur Williams, number of the board, _pent yesterday laying their plans for this scheme for thc reduction of th* cost of living. Thc board will be guided in tlis labor by George L Bennett, yesterdiy ap? pointed market expert by Chairman .Mitchell. Mr. Bennett was one of the chief investigator* of New York City market conditions when Mayor Gaynor appointed tho Ant food cost mvesti galing eommiaaioa. Mr. Mitchell said he W_J not certain whether the price list would bc \*mu*4 daily or every other day. * He said It would include about a dozen coinmod ities, with the prevailing retail price and the retail price that should prevai! under aar conditions when dealers la food supplies an BOt permitted to gar i,cr exorbitant proflta. The price that retail mereiiar.t.- should charge. Mr Uitchi !l aaid, would be based on whol? >ale prieee-and ejeaeral market con? ditions. whieh Mr. Bennett would be called upon to invcatigate thoroughly. Mr. Mitchell and Mr. Williams were asked if thev did not think that the regalatiooa laid down hy tha national food admiaiatratioa demaadiag that tbe Pederal Food Board here hand over all prosecution of food law violators to tha Department-cf Justice m Waahiagton would create confusion and cause de.ay. -We don't anticipatc many viola? tion*." said Mr. Mitchell. "There are crobablj not more than about onethou ?and food dealers in New "iork ( ity that come under the Federal lieense act. I should not think that more than two or three out of that number are foolish enough to risk losiug their liCflBM to do ba ? ? , "At present It seems to mc that it 1* tha small retail dealer that needs care? ful supervision. The small dealers seem to be the only ones that are tak? ing advantage of the war situation. "On the whole, however, we dor.'t an ticipate much trouble." i. ??-? Ruth Law Still Seeks Commission in Army Flier Wants the Regulations Changed to Permit Women to Fight Miss Ruth Law, the woman aviator, aan there is only one serious thing the matter with the United States army, and that is that under the regulations a woman cannot get an officer's com? mission in the Aviation Corps. However, Miss Law is now in New York tO correct that one flaw. When Representative Murray Hulbert returns to town she hopes to get him to pre? pare a resolution to amend the army regalatioaa ae that women can become army oflleerBa Prior to coming tfl New tork yester day.Miea Law had been iaWaahiagtoa trying tfl get ar. aviator's commission. "Preeideat Wilson told me I ought to have it," said Miss I.aw at the army officers'' newly established club in the McAlpin. Regulations prevent army officers from having Miss Law as a sister officer. but they have made her a sister club member - the only woman member of the club. "1 asked Major General Squier. chief signal officer. t'or a commission," said Miss I.aw. "He favored my getting it. I!,. iaid it' COBgreea changes the army regulation women aviator., could be or' graat help in observation work. -ot" conree, l'd rather be an obeenra tion flier than nothing, but I had hoped to sail over the lines to drop a u-w bombs on thc Genaaaa." Miss Law said that Secretary of the Navy Daniels invited her to join the navy if the army wouldn't take her. But no coast guard duty for Miss Law. She wants to get into thc thick of things. 9 Policemen Who Won Army Commissions Reinstated Poli:e Commissioner Wood.-, ordered the reinatatemeat yesterday of nine policemen who had resigned to ga tfl the Plattabarg traiaiag eamp. All won their eonimissions. James Bren? nan and Harry I'. Robinson are cap taiaa; i harloa W. Hill. Francis J. Trainer, Gaatave M. Blfleamaa arul Joseph P. Mulvey, lirst lieutenant -. arul William 1-'. Rodihan, Carl L. An li'i-'i.i and Gustave A. Messal, second lieut.'n.ints. Thflir reinstatemcnt was ordered ** a compiiment to their loyalty. They are now on indefinite leaye from thc Police Pepurtment. Star Athletes Win Symbols of Army Rank CHICAGO, Nov. tfl. \earlvt_ _. ********* -on, tliirty ce,,,,,?;"; taChieag. _?-__, arflariagSe.?* of iirn,-v ***** .-- ived after ik months' lnte_utaa ?ork at the <._?'* training cam,, at F.,rt Sheridan n *T ***** athlete, ineluda enouj, .T iUr foo-ball play,,, to mal.e up' h'? ?ter?w.?hlalaglitht,iDcont^j; ball. seve,:,. *>,,,? of chum ^ J-". *BBl. Player. who holdT? shooters o more than local repuj* Watta V.lentine, one of tha Jj win the rank of ,.,ajor at the J? Sheridaa c?,np. is a for * rom Shattuek Military Jj* Minnesato, Jeaaa Spatding, YaV. fj' ball eaptain in i:.i_, and Dean h__!_ ?*" ****** ?>< the Ua^T! ? aUr baseball ptaVfr J " >?*??'???? ad eapuiaetoe, ^ bigh all-Amerlcan footbal men ___,_, leceieed eon .ion ?.,,.. J"'" **e n?ndinger Albert Boabrooh _____? tJ* ;'raig, lr.,v.;rs,tyofM,chgatr1_. Dea Jardien. Univeraity _>"_?! Jeaee Sptlding, Knox I' Wa!Ur ^ veraity o< Virgini.; F. F *>,#___? !SK* ::;"' '?" r??S. Tft Among the golfers t0 receive ,,. missmns wos Kobert A (,.., I!.com "?^ ?-utear e_.2p&<ir1S5 Jame. I.. LightbodjT, member of ._ '/''"' State, Olymplc team ,t S__i* holm, and Robert Simnio. ,'.t_:k' Mo..hardle record EGJfJSjg i::r::"';:"! '???--1 lUatfln^tTa?,! - >-_ Cochran Forges Ahead In 18.2 Billiard Match Welker Cochran, the lonthfcl ** "ard expert from tha M.ddle W__ "Mtd tu hia laad orer J.J_k Jg L0."..-" ?matcur champion. !n their Jf Maurici D,],^ . rn,,,,,, .-j ' Junior Indoor Tennis Tourney Starts Dec 24 The third annual tournament for th* I junior indoor Iowa .??,_ championshipi of the Cnited Stataata md double, and the liritSJ! ::"!, 'or the national bo?' ehampionahipa will be held oa the board eoart. ? th, gwenth Re?i?en. I.S ?ta Clab, at Staty.aixth itraat .nd i ar.. Ave-ue, on December 24 M 27 aad Sl ' ' ?? The boys' event will be open to thou who arill not be aixtoen years old bj fore Jauuar.. 1, Wig, flnd the juni events t0 those who will not b. maa thaa n.neteen years old on the .aaa I'lay will eoauaeaea at io ,. m. ??ch (lay, entrance fee for thc single. being 11 and for the doubles 11 per team. Kntries tor linglei close at 3 p. m. on ?_. _fy' I.)-'c."ml"'r 21, with King Smith. -*> Broad Btreet, N'en Vork Cltj md tor the doubles at 5 p. rn., M.ndir, December -M, at the armory. Commerce Wins at Soccer The High School of Commerce im proved ita itanding in the P. S. A. L soccer competition by defeatin-f E?m der C harles by 2 goal ? to 0 at Crotona l'ark yesterday. Hurar.t opened th* scoring for the wrinnen in the (int period of play, and H. Zweiger added tbe second point soon after the chit-ri ot ends. Janowski Wins Again Dai ui Jaaoa ikf, aah che.i champion, icored another \ctoryye. terday in his match arith < harles JitTe at the rooms of thi New Vork CUj" Gheaa Club. He won the eighth pae aiter a long drawn out eoBteet lasting __cventy-two moves. Of the eightgitnei contested, Janowski ha- aroa fo ur, Jife one and three were i!r Parsons Wins at _h..s F. Parsons, of the Weit -*;de Y. ?*? C. A. chess Club. yeaterday defeittd T.. W, Bubbett, of thc I entral Y.k C. A. of Brooklyn, in their aJjounW game from the lecond round of ?* Metropolitan ( he? J Ig comB-1' tion. Football Coach,- to Meet BLOOMINGTON, Ind., S Ewald Btiehm, eeach of "? Indiaa* 1 r.iversitv footba!1 i nrMl_2 of the Big Ten Conference, ha* iaaaea a call for all athietic ,i:r. ctors aa* coaches of the conferer-i te me?t ia Chicago December IS, to make up their football schedules for next season. OBEY YOUR DOCTOR BB K-1FFEE H/.C Real Coffee?\ot a Substitute 95% Caffeine Free Drink real Coffee, the kind that does not dis tress the kstomach. Prepared, roasted and packed in a modern American plant.