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t mm FINENESS OF GOLD GOLDiytXWELEKS GOLDr
r iytXWELEKS 1XW7LERS SEEK TO REACH A AAGREEMENT AX AXAGREEMENT t tAOREElIET
AGREEMENT OF THEIR OWN OITXfBcertalnltr OJf OJfs OWNJ OWNLeertIn1ty
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LIeIa fBcertalnltr 1 aJnllJ as te 0 the Varloat VarloatJfMheO arioulMII artousq
q JfMheO MII oT Plating and Filling FillingSbeeldCeldef FlIIIDSr
r i SbeeldCeldef lOCaratiorLcsBe lOCaratiorLcsBeTtMsed IOCaratl or LeN Be Bea
r TtMsed ica ms a Solid 8olldAnother Another Question Qaettlonx Question3ewollers
Jewellers J In the wholesale district are are3Mryteg areto arels7tg
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3Mryteg to hare hI rarious Tario trade terms so soMtaod eothat sothnL
Mtaod that tho public may be bepro protected protectedfraudulent protectedfrefrnuduIent ted tedfraudulent
frefrnuduIent fraudulent practices in the sale of ofand ofwelrr ofsWe4iy
welrr and Its Imitations A call has hasseat hunt ha haL4aa
L4aa seat nt t but to manufacturers and andasking Andaaldng sndeIts
eIts asking for reform in tho nomen nomenf
eta Ia tare tareAH Wrei
l f t
i AH associations of jewelers J 1Ielers aro am asked askedto
i I to t Make lM e this a subject aubJI t of discussion at atfe atJIeoUngs att
t < fe tr Meetings and it is I already a fre freHeBttOpic fret freSsttOpit
HeBttOpic t topibat at tho round tables in Maiden MaidenLiM MaidenLine fAldentt
rf rffeV tt Line where the dealers talk about and andMtUo andIeMie andIMle
feV MtUo business questions over their theirjkMUbea theirv theirpwnLe
v jkMUbea In the dinner clubs and restau restaui restaurf
7
S The greatest trouble comet over plated platedm
1Jt 1 m gM > H war w Lecnuee there are so many ItI4nyeS
VvArf ° MdeUe Me eS of plating and dishonest dl loneet dealers dealerstho dealerefkfuee
efkfuee tho th moaning of such terms as asgoid asoUed asL
L relIed goid old plate gold ftlled and andelectroplate andi andi4eectivplate
i electroplate i4eectivplateiAa electroplatejJAa troplate
i iAa jJAa AaarllcICJ article made of o base metal that Is IsrirfWply IsIJli I Idipced
IJli rirfWply tpJT dipped into the electroplating electroplatingsolution elec rop tlng tlngI1UoQ
1 solution I1UoQ and getting tUng about 10 cents worth worthOn worthJScoJdQn worthnfgo1d
JScoJdQn nfgo1d On tho th surface is put by bydishoneat dishonest dishonestIn di honest honestft
4 ft In the tleMmo same class with gold filled filledoften filleditt filledj6Edes
itt j6Edes Wblcharo often worth almost t as asgold asnek a aolid
nek as solid gold jewelry of the regula regulaflk regulaV
V flk lio Anewm of 14 or 18 carntu In the th th1i thpinto
1i fDttol plate > > Ite two substantial bars of gold goldpfeced goldr
1 r tpj pfeced edOl1 oa o either It or side ildeof of one of an in inftrior InNioi Infi4or
ftrior metal metaland andthe tho throe held together togetherbtadlng togttherbie
by btadlng bie ln w wire ire and solder are then rolled rolledjhtto rolledI rolledlno
jhtto I olIboet r sheet in which the gold remains remainstho remainatJao
tho surfaces surfacesAa surfacesADautority surfacesMi
Aa ADautority authority on plating said yestcr yestcrtiat yeaterthat yester1y
1y that a copper watch tch case or ornament ornamentfor
for a moment In the electric electrich electriothlooka electriclooki
thlooka h looks to tho eye the same as If it itmade ItlDiU1 Itinada
made of the finest quality of solid solidIt
It stands the thoac1d acid test perfectly perfectlyet
H et the fewpcnts fowf n worth rth of gold will ili wear weareoon nearsoon rear rear110OI1
soon after the customer takes the art artfrom art1iom artsle
le from tho store storeTh storearticle storeThe
Th article may be heavily h vUy electro electroby electroby electrosd
sd by longer and successive Immor Immorfeowevor ImmorkowtIVO hnmorskiee
skiee however until the manufacturer manufacturersafely manufactUrerMtelsuarantee manufacturera
a safely Mtelsuarantee guarantee It to wear a year or ortwo orWo ortuo
two or o ven five years When S ben en an article articleof
of filled plate it is often guaranteed guaranteedfee
fee from rro n ten to ttontyflve years yearsOaa yearsOas
Oas 0 of th the tricks is to place the thIn thlnftMt thInIMIt thiniwt
ftMt possible layer of gold on one side sidethoa sidethe sidethea
the electroplate the other The ThertfoJe Thear1ioJe Theiirlcle
rtfoJe Is then sold as gold fillod and andpresent andpr1IeIIt andpresent
present conditions ny the dealers dealersis d deal alrs alrsthere rs
there is no means of properly dUtln dUtlncheap dlating distingulabing
gulabing g suoo cheap cb < < 1p articles articlesMoor articlesJiIany
1 Moor of the dealers say that tha t there therel thereaoclUrerence
i l o difference of meaning between gold goldMC goldedand
5n54 MC edand and rolled gold plate while hiIe others othersay otheray
ay y that th the be latter should have the largest largestgold largestquantity
quantity Ut of RoldOUdCOld1II gold goldoild
OUdCOld1II oild gold Is a highly deceptive d ptlve term termwben tennWhri1 termwen
wben wen technically correct the dealers
This 1l e is s because it la s the th custom customUM customtbo customU
UM U the term In describing all the com comounds comp cornjounds
p ounds undeof of gold oId however much alloy
nor be ut used d Tn an fusing the mixture mixtureUJewelry mixtureir
If jewelry is lad of 10 carats In fineness finenreIkat
tfeat is1024 lG21 of gold it ii I called solid gold goldad goldp toldII8d
p ad d If It of oCthe r the high hl h standard of 18 carats
K to I aj 1I1eq died solid gold golda
a Thrdealerssay rhf deeper say that many times people peoplewo p people1vho pe
1vho wo buy jewelry Jewelrymake make the mistake or ofpreferring orarticles
1 h preferring rerrtng articles marked solid gold goldover goldoYer
I t over those thOMmarked marked with tho fineness of ofIOld
wthe the gold such as 14 or IS l carats the thet
btgnect t grades < < rad generally used u A large largepart IareIart
part of the t public looks on the term solid soIidoW
I I 80 oW W Id M an l1 Indication that the article articlemade
III made entirely or orpurely purely of gold
In England or Canada the hallmark hallmarkws
p Iws ws put restrictions on the use Wleof of the thenna thet theterme
t terme < < nna solid gold and gold plate platei plateSuch
i Such restrictions are not Included Includedthe Included2tIn
i 2tIn ia the United States stamping law which whichenacted which11U whichgwas
gwas 11U enacted ea two years YN ear ago The law
r jnoe d e provide however that If a carat caratraark caratinaric
J mark showing the fineness of the gold goldplaced
kplaced Is placed upon plated jewelry then It Itust Itl8t Itset
set also set forth whether the article articleofrelied artllloreUed articIf
f 11 ofrelied of eIied gold filled or electroplated electroplatedrM
rM 5 the COM may be So the manu
facturera of the finest jewelry place the therat
earat rat mark on it but general terms such suchaaselldgold suchl8l1dollold suchgsollcjgold
aaselldgold or gold pat pateIend lend them themoetvea themvee
oetvea vee to the purposes of dishonest dealers
4 The decptive u Uj of the term solid gold
S furthered by the fact that under the theping theetamping
tamplng ping laws Federal and State ster sterand
ling and coin silver are strictly de de11n
1 fined 11n nd C1 and call for the highest commercial commercialof
J lPades of silver This Is said to have hATemade havemada
made It easy for dealers to convince cus cuss CUlItoatell
1 toatell s that solid dignifies in cold warn waresame
tfca same as sterling sterlin does d Iq ft silverware silverwareexecutive silverwarer lIverwarecThe
r cThe 1b executive committw of the Na
Ctton Uonl JcweUars JlwoUeraAuociation I wouars Association proposed proposedago
ntilnffHmeag6thatBold tfm8 ago ito that lOlid gold shouMnot should not notJ
J 1 b be used except e pt for gold of at least ten tencarats tennarita
i carats rata of fineness but this was opposed
1 by some becauce the standard was Wa put puttoo
li fetoo too low lowandbyothera and by others who thought It was wassttto
4 sttto 1 t8o t high Another uggetion was 11118 to
t illwlttfc tllIt the ue of the word gold to the thei
i > S hljrher h1 her 1andard of flnone fineneviOne < > Jor
ty One of tho suggestions ut e < tlln that has h been rnenmade
4 i t made Is that thatln in both the thesolici solid gold and andplated andplated andplated
plated gold Jewelry If any marks are areemployed areeJtJploye
1 employed < t they the should show tho exact exactp oxactproportlon exactproportion
p Si proportion of the gold and bane metals metalssThta
sThta Q This Is I thought to be the only way to toprevent
7 i prevent ent the u UMO e of tnlolendin ml lpadlnjt marks marksK
K Tho immediate purpose of tho jewellers jewellersnot
Jf not however to obtain legislation legislationt
t but rather to reach an agreement them thomas themelves
i i1ele05 elves as to the proper definlnitlon of ofi
r otheltrllde i termre fenni term termsc
i
re c fi t i SURPRISED AT V1SS LIBBEY LIBBEYHtien LIflflINrw
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New lInen Friend flatted Her a1 I a ahrewrt aSbrewr1 ahrewd
hrewrt Duilnru DulnrnWoman DulnrnWomanr Woman TTomanJT Womanr
JT r KEW EIV nvij Ut Jan 2 IPeoplo People in tills tillsdty tJllsdty thisdty
dty have b been 1 much Interested in the thecable thecable hecable
cable despatches s In THE SON announcing announcingiUiat
1 that Miss Clara Libbey of this city was wasxoaponslbto WDslreepoMi wasxeeponslbln
xoaponslbto blo for the arrest in London of ofHerbert orBerbert oferbett
Herbert Francis an alleged nobleman noblemanwho noblemanfrho noblemanwho
who formerly worked aa a chauffeur chauffeurMl cl1aufteur1le11t
1le11t 1le11tAK ete
AK Ml Llbbey Libbeyls is isseU a well known business businessof
0I n of this thllclty city having conducted conductedul conductedasacesaful
asacesaful ul I stationery and novelty shop shopstreet shopstreet
L street IIt t near the Yale ale campus campusil
er snvral snvrals ral il yearn yearnShe yearbad
She s bad a large trade and supplied Yale YaleStudents Ya1eiitudea YaleI
I Students with po pot t card dinner favors favorsb4xsay favorsiuny favorsimported
b4xsay iuny Imported notions notionsL notionsrt notionsjut
L rt t J last st summer she left town pn pnjwttmttblr p pmjaiunably
jwttmttblr for a 1 business trip abroad Pretd Pre Prerlo Pr Prt
t rlo Io td that it was said that Horber Horberriain
lr Frartcis ttii Jwho who posed pos < m d as a member of the thenglisPt
fcagltsh j nglisPt ct nobility but who was working
kwejaq JMore as a chauffeur ch utIeur temporarily tt > had be benMi 1 bemaquainted > 0 0H
H > nMi Acquainted with her while boarding
at a tee a 4p home of her mother on Carmel CarmalTlKMUbbcy CarmelacI CarmelttssLIbbey
acI acID I
TlKMUbbcy D ttssLIbbey 1L1bbcy has not returned to New Newv NewalthouRh ew ewn
v wren n although her shop has been open
for knislrie hulrietill Among merchants hero herosbwas
flwas connidnrfld < t a nhtjwd capable capableuoo capableuooesful
fll uooesful uoo ful bu business lne woman Her J friends friendsk frl lDde lDdef
1 k Hr f say Y that they did not know rf c her hergsgement
Mffagernent p gsgement t to FrancIs and are groitly
jUitHwd m that she sh should havo given IIlvt > n him him4t himot
4t tOOor of hor money on his promise 11 11lwrry t tfly
lwrry WlrrYMr fly h her r as stated mfner In n tho ciblo despatch dospatcltt
flM J4 about b ut 35 ynars of ngn ngnttlHM nit niti
t
2 ttlHM i gsvacioryutirnsTwo Pctory nurni Tn To o Hremen o nn her cr crok r rComr I
I ok S Come romrr ComrJlehand t
t r p7Imepfetzand WUBMtt Jlehand fetr and Heemrath of Enpino Fziginoii I
W N1ite ii w v4re rt Worried unconscious from smoko smokoi
< > i < i 41 Ktbe t the burning flvo story factory at atMat I I
Mat 129th t thstted th street yesterday morn mornThey
t t v They wer r revived speedily and I
i l t back to work The building was wasv I
f v MkTM out R Q Green Oreentllled iw used d thh th Am I
ai 1 sad 1 tit fl floors < K M s wac wagon o on f factory ciory Ills I
M35lAVwUt M heUt tUOO f 0 On O he three other othri olhrir I
ir F = i eooupwd e e J > > d by 1 > 7 the piano factory of oftha I
Brofl ti t tha e cbuMgawu d mapwu about lUOOO 115000 115000V
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A rt I r rfurraer
ri furraer furraerStock Fiirrietzs FiirrietzsStock
Stock StockReduction BEGINNING JANUARY 3rd 3rdOUR 3rdReduction 3rdReduction
Reduction ReductionSale OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF OFGARMENTS OFSale OFSale
Sale Salei GARMENTS STOLES SCARFS MUFFS MUFFSAT
AT MOST ATTRACTIVE PRICES PRICESThis PRICESThis PRICESThjs
This includes every variety and grade of fur fash fashioned fashioned fasliioned ¬
ioned in late season models modelsMost modc1sMost modelsMost
Most complete collection of perfectly matched matchedskins matchedskins matchedskinsof
skins skinsof skinsofI of ofRUSSIAN 0 f fRUSSIAN
I RUSSIAN SABLE SILVER FOX FISHER FISHERLONG FISHERLONG FISHERLONG
LONG PONY COATS C01 COATS40 TS40 40 50 65 and 100 100CARACUL 100I 100CARACUL 100CARACUL
I
CARACUL 75 to 350 350HUDSON 350I 350HUDSON
I HUDSON SEAL Musquash 125 to 250 250LARGE 250LARGEASSOR
LARGE LARGEASSOR LARGEASSORTMENT ASSORTMENT TMEN of SCARFS MUFFS MUFFSt
t i < 1 t r at onehalf one h lf former prices ranging from 10 to 35 35LADIES 35LAD1S
1 LADIES AND MENS ME S FURLINED COATS COATSAUTO COATSiUTO
1 AUTO GARMENTS and ROBES
BETWEEN IJ IJI 35th AND AND36th
384 FIFTH AVENUE AYENUEBTTTr AYENUEBTTTrTELEPHONE 36th STREETS STREETSTELEPHONE T
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TELEPHONE 2044 20 2044MURRAY < < MURRAY HILL
WRECKERS FLOAT LAVOSIA LAVOSIAThree L4 OU OUI1tree
Three Matt Mastergank ut rr Sank ea Petal Judith J dllh Break Breakwater Breaktn Breakwater
water tn Taken to New London IxmdonPBOVIDSXCK IAndonPBOVIDltNCZ LondonPaovIDaxcx
PBOVIDSXCK Jan 3 fThe The British three threemaster thrMmAllter threemaster
master LavonU hailing from St John JohnN
N B stranded and sunk on Point Judith Judithbreakwater Judithbre3kwater Judithbreakwater
breakwater was u floated today and andtowed andtowed andtowed
towed to New London by one of the Scott ScottWrcching ScottWrechlng ScottWreching
Wrcching Company tugs tugsThe tupThe tugsThe
The Lavonia was wullght light when she sought soughtthe soughtthe
the breakwater Wednesday night to ride rideout rideout rideout
out the northwest gala that was blow blowing blowing blowing ¬
ing She was bound for Now No York for fora
a carfeo carfeoLate t1J t1JLate caro caroLate
Late Wednesday night she picked up upthe upthe upthe
the boll buoy off o Point Judith and Capt CaptAtkinson CaptAlkinBon CaptAtkinson
Atkinson decided to put into the break breakwater breakwater breakwater ¬
water and wait until the wind subsided subsidedThe subsidedThe subeldedThe
The schooner got in by the eastern easternarm 4Mteniann easternarm
arm of tho wall of stone and when an anapparently anap anspprenUy
apparently ap tenUy safe anchorage was reached reachedanchors reachedanCholB reachedanchors
anchors were ere dropped Being ing high out outof outof outof
of water the vessel presented plenty of ofsurface ofsurface f fsurface
surface to the wind Ind The anchors bad bodhirdlT badhardly
hardly 11 struck bottom wh whom n she began beganto gan ganto
to drift In fifteen minutes mlnuteashe she was on onthe onthe onthe
the rocks of the breakwater b T wter pounding
heavily heavilyShe
She was noon stove In and filling with withwater withwater withwater
water sank as far as she could Life Life1savers Lire LireR Lifesavers
savers R ers on the point boarded boa rded her and an d ren rendered riIbdered ridoted ¬
dered what assistance u 18tance they could Her Hercrew Hercrew flercrew
crew of seven I VOD men were taken ashore
safely The wrecking company a men menpatched mODpAtched menpatched
patched her up and got her to New Ne NeLondon NewLondon
London LondonGREAT LondonGREAT LondonGREAT
GREAT FLOODS I IN FAR WEST WESTRailroad WESTRailroad WESTRailroad
I Railroad Hashed Away A J for Miles and andTrmlHo aDdTralllo andTraMo
I TrmlHo Suspended SespeadftlBAT SelpeedldSALT SuspendedSAtT
BAT LAKE Jan 2 2Tramc Traffic on the San SanPedro SanPedro SanPedro
Pedro Los Angeles and Salt Lake Rail Railroad Railroad Railroad ¬
road between this city and Lou Angeles Angelesis
is demorallred demorallredFloods dernoralIedFloods edr edr1100da
Floods in southern Utah Nevada and andCalifornia andCalifornia I
California have swept away great greatstretches greatlitretche treatstretches
stretches of track The extenf of the thedamage thedamajte thedamage
damage Is not yet known as all means meansof meansof meansof
of of communication with tho flood ftoodroglon ftoodroglonare region regionare
are cut off offthe orrhe offlhe
the he floods ood are due to the warm warmcblnook wanncblnook warmchinook
cblnook winds which have prevailed prevailedthroughout prevailedthroughout prevailedthroughout
throughout the great basin for the last lastthree lastthree lastthree
three days daysThe dAYIITho daysThe
The biggest of the washouts occurred occurredbetween occurredbetween occurredbetween
between Minto and Callente in Nevada NevadaOne Ne1IdaOne NevadaOne I
One thousand feet of track Is known
to be out at one point Two wooden woodenbridges woodenbrldgN woodenbridges
bridges each 200 00 feet C t long have been beencarried booncarried beencarried
carried away In the Cajon CVvnon CVvnonnear Cftonnear
a1onl
near Dagget where the joint track of ofthe 0 0the of ofthe
the Punta ant F6 and Salt It Lake route Is used usedfor usodfor usedfor
for the Los M5 Angeles connection much muchdamage mucb11mallo muchthmaeo
damage has been done doneToday doneTodaY doneToday
I Today all passengers paMen ell destined for forCalifornia forCJlIromla forCalifornia
I California points were sent over the theSouthern theS theluthsrn
Southern S uthlm Pacific by war ar of Ogden In a aspecial aapecbl aspecial
special train Today s Los Angeles AngelesLimited AngelJlmltNl AngelesJAmited
Limited will be forvarded over the theSouthern theSoulhern theSouthern
Southern Pacific Pacl o whrrt wh It reaches Ogden OgdenTwo OtdenTwo OgdenTwo
Two years ago a flood swept the tracks tracksaway trackaawa tracksaway
away awa at practically the same me points pointsThe polntThe pointsThe
The former flood cost the road 3000000 13000000FEnnrnOtT 3000000FEIIRIIIOAT 3000000FERRYttOAT
FERRYttOAT QUEENS DISABLED DISABLEDCrain
Crash In Engine Room RoomTwo Two Other Deals Dealsof
of the Une Oat of CommliMon CommliMonThe
The 8tat Staten n Island municipal ferry ferrywhich ffrrTwhich fvrrywhich
which has been crippled for several days daysbecause daYIIbccauee daysbecause
because two of its boats the Richmond Richmondand
and Bronx are outof commission under undergoing undorlolng undergoing ¬
going an overhauling at t the shipyards shipyardswas
was further crippled yesterday yoaterdayaftemool yoaterdayaftemoolby afternoon afternoonby afternoonby
by the breaking down of the Queens QueensJust Q QueensJust n nJUllt
Just as the ferryboat ferryboat1aden laden with passen passengers pasuncera passengers ¬
gers was approaching the St George Georgeterminal Oeor OeortennlD4l Georterminal
terminal on the 130 oclock trip tr1 there therewas thorewas herowas
was a loud loydnolse noise followed by tho grinding grindingof
of machinery which caused the boat to totremble totremble totremble
tremble from st slal1f nf to stem Many of
the pa psesengers Sengra eng rs became be ame excited escl and ran ranarounr ranaroun ranarount
arounr the decks decksIt
It was wasld c 4d d the shaft had been broken brokenand brokenand brokenand
and this caused the noise noiseThe polMThe noiseThe
The Brooklyn which was tied at the
dock was cAJ put > Ut Into service In pUce of the
disabled Quwns Qi1 ena ns whir the Bay Ridg R1 R1or
of the Thirtyninth street IItr et line had previ previously rarevl rarevloully previously ¬
ously been put on In place of the Rich ¬
mend Unloss another boat is obtained
today to ay to replace rep1acotbe the Brooklyri rooklr runnina rvnnin Tnni g
In n place of the Queens 1C VIII bo bmpo15d impost
ble to maintain the fifteen minute chedule cheduleB
B R nTS rs XJlTitIFF1C yjsir EI r 1I it A me PLAS PLASA
A Line o Grrrnpolnt Over Cherthr the theburn Ullilanis Ullilanisburg
burn Ilrldce UrSr1CIIUerSt Uergm Street Chance ChineeThe ChanceThe ChangeThe
The Brooklyn Itanld Ilapld Transit Company CO Puny
will start a now M lino him oVor the Williams I
burs Brido to Oroonpoint this ovoninff fJ nlnli
Cniwitown cars will le le10 Vo Dolsncoy DIi oy I
BtMiot every To faa mlnutea from rein iis w t
todltjk I5 5 oclock and al1c1r if tho thntmfllowarvants Cmllo > warrants It
tho lrvi1rlItija rvl < wllEbrf wtteodoi lIdcsJto to the rush I
hours III tho momttuh mornuA ZZ I
A now service will w I also botfrttnUwL tntll L
today from tho subway terminal at 1 f J
1lAtbuah and Atlantic avenues on tho th
Borgoi rgo1 strcot lIne running through thrall I1h J
Fifth avonuo Borgon rgon street and a ud Uborty Ubo
avenue ro Rockatray avenue Tho eer
vice 100 on the Bergen rgen street line to South
Forry from the terminal will W be die
coDtinuecL
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BUSINESS LIFES MORAL SIDE SIDEALSO SIDEALSO SIDEALSO
ALSO FOOTBALL REFORM TALK TALKBY TALKnr TALK111w
BY PRESIDENT FAUXCE FAUXCEPresldeat FAUCEPrftldtat FAUNCEPresident
President or Brown Bro J1 Says Sa Football Shoald ShoaldBe
Be Reformed Morally tlorallyBroWB Browa Will WillKeep WillKeep 111 111KetP
Keep On Plajtac Pla1 P1a1ngSomethZng Seraethtac More MoreTbaa lIlortTI1aD MoreTitan
Titan Mere rre Money oneJ la BBtlnr s Life 14rePresident LartPrtsident LifePresident
President W V II D Faunce of Brown BrownUniversity B BUnleraity BrownUniversity
University delivered a New Years sermon sermonin
in the auditorium of the Bedford Y M 31C MCA MC
C CA A in Brooklyn yesterday before a alarge alare alarge
large audience of men The meeting meetingwas
was one of the series rie that tho Y M C A Afolks Afolks Afolks
folks have arranged for tho winter and andthe andthe I
the chairman said that If the gatherings gatheringsevery gatheringaevery gatheringsevery
every week are as ai good as the one yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day there will be no complaints complaintsDr
Dr Faunce spoke after the usual usualreligious uauaJreligious usualreligious
religious exercises were held The Lotus LotusUlee LotusGlee otu otuUl
Glee Ul Quartette furnished the music mu lo Dr DrFaunce DrFaunce DrFaunce
Faunce did not Vika e any set t text for forhis forhis forhis
his sermon He reviewed the business businessprogress bualn bualnof businesslrogreM
progress of the last year ear and said that thatevery t thatevery t tevelJbusirle8
every evelJbusirle8 business is a public utility utillt ot a apublic apubllo apublic
public damage and detriment detrimentThe
The In the crowd I Iparti
younger men were wereparticularly werepartkularly
particularly parti ularly Interested Int ted wHen President PresidentFannce PresidentFal1nce PresidentFaunce
Fannce touched upon the subject of foot football footbalJretonn footbiB ¬
ball balJretonn reform lie thought that it was a atimely atimely atimely
timely thing to talk about because of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the recent meetings of the football solans solansIn
In New ew York YorkWe YorkWe rk rkWe
We should strive he said for or the thesame thesame thesame
same high standards in athletics that thatWe thatwe thatWe
We do In business and in private life lifeTThe lifeThe lifeThe
TThe The damage In our present game of offootball offootball offootball
football does not consist In the breaking breakingof
of limbs or the tb loss of life Why M > y there therewere therewere therewere
were not as many man deaths resulting from fromfootball CromI rota rotafoothaU
football in a whole season as there wera werafrom werfrom
from automobile accidents in New YorK YorKcity Yoritcity orlC orlCcity
city in one month 1 The he danger is moral moralnot mon monnot moralnot
not physical physicalDr
Dr Faunce said that tho sort III > rt of teams teamsAmerican teamsAmerican teamsAmerican
American colleges need are strong teams teamsthat teamsthat teamsthat r
that win half of their games and lose losethe 101lethe losethe
the other half A strong tam m is one onethat onethat onethat
that bears defeat he said He Ie remarked remarkedlater remarkedlater remarkedlater
later that be is not in favor of abolishing
football In the colleges Certainly lirown lirownUniversity UrownUnlvenlty lirownUniversity
University is going to retain the game gameBut gameDut gameflut
But It must be modified said Dr DrFaunce DrFaunce DrFaunce
Faunce Tho spirit of winning at soy soycost anycost
cost is too prevalent prevalentthe these e days It is
evident in all phases of our life I sin sincerely slncerel Ctflcerely ¬
cerely cerel hope that the men interested in inthe Inthe Inthe
the future of the sport will keep keepthla this In Inmind Inmind inmind
mind Personally I like the game gameRelative gameRelative gameRelative
Relative to the question of business businessPresident buslneaPrealdfnt businessPresIdent
President Faunce remarked that this thiscountry thisoounlry thiscountry
country is passing through an industrial 9nduetrialand industrialand
and commercial house cleaning It Itis IlIs liis
is a fine reflection on our standards e he bethought hethoucht hethought
thought to read of discovered dlcoveredgullt guilt and andconviction andconviction andoonvlction
conviction of men who ho for more than a adeoado adPOsde adecade
decade have done things without wIt bout the theslightest thesllghttet theallghteet
slightest suspicion of wrong being cast on onthem ontbem onthem
them themHe tbemHe themHe
He told his audience that the moral moralside moralside moralaide
side of business is just as important as astbo IUtho asthe
the corntnerical He said that no man manought manought manought
ought to work simply for the wages WII he hereceives herfcelvellAlon herecelve
receives rfcelvellAlon rfcelvellAlonIf jilonIf jilon slone1fyouwill
If 1fyouwill you 70uwlllstop will stop to think this over you youwill youwill you1e111
will agrt a rM with me gentlemen Presi President President Pieeident ¬
dent Faunce said Could a doctor suc succeed suecoed ¬
coed If he cared only for the money he hewas hewas hewas 1
was paid p ldi Must he not love his work ork
In administering to the sick Does a afireman afireman afireman
fireman risk his life among smoke and
flames and tottering buildings bulldln merely
for the money he gets from the th city
If Ifyou you will think that over overyouw1II overyoc you will realize realizeL
L believe the necessity for working be because beCAWleyou beosuseyoti ¬
cause CAWleyou you can help others It Is true troeln troelnevery in inevery inevery
every walk of life lifeDr lifeDr llfeDr >
Dr Faunae concluded concluded1ls his talk Ik with a aplea aplea apica
plea for a clean and manly JDllyUfe life in a city cityof cltyot
of great t temptations After Aft r be got gotthrough Iotthrpugh gotthrpugh
thrpugh a lot of people vent fIent up on the theplatform thepntComland theplatforniand
platform pntComland and shook lho shookhands k hands ivitb Ith him himFEARED himF1 DimF1AZWD
FEARED F1 BED LYXCniXO l iY JAIL JAILi JAILSfr cIULIIIfMIt J41LService
i c
Sfr IIIfMIt > lce Omitted L Alt t rrbon PrljonerY Kill Men MenCrrr UrnClmrgPtlWftwaasault llntI1Ircrott
tI1Ircrott ClmrgPtlWftwaasault mmnult mmnultKAN8I C CKANsaaCrrr
KAN8I KANsaaCrrr Crrr rrr Jan i No N Ncprayers prayers were weresaid weresaid weresaid
said today tod r in tb tire county jail The Thereligious Thereligious
religious oxprclses Which are held there thereon thereonSundays
on Sundays Sunda for fortheprisonersw the prisoners wens re omitted omittedIt i
It wa feared thnt should tho th uslal relig ¬
ious eiercire be held thei the pri prisoners prillonramight prisonersmight on > rs rsmight
might be stirred to do < violance to the th two twonegroes twoRtOiroMito twonegroed
negroes RtOiroMito to be tried Mdndny Mdnda on the charge chargeof
of atftauUinc H white woman uotrmnWhen
When tho tory ofttie or tho assault wan Yoa dr circulated drMllatro dreulated ¬
culated through tha Jail the dqy 1U before I
the ncproe nofO nornes were w ro brought over from
Pollco Hcadniiartorpn lJo dellart JII now not won pent toi to I
the marshal ItI4rllhlllthmntI tnrr thrnaepIng H < inlnE I tho negroes with
death ne th should I they lhoyfI1fockt Iw ln locked In with the thecrtuntyjall th thc thecdwlty I I
crtuntyjall c cdwlty unty jllll prlsondr prlllo l ra Thc fi > rosult r < was 118
that thntnry oVory prlaonor him eincebooti sill since fibOlIt btyrg kept keptconfined keptfCtnflpd keptcnflped i
fCtnflpd confined In his bl c cH cql il I Nor oxoopt tho 1
tn 11f111 tri aro ar allowed JI < > Wld In the thocorrldora corridors corridorshotel I IUotrl
Hotel tictoriaDislufler I Iclorla lnrlll Ulsturtier er FinM inlilliin inlilliinYllIianl so soVIlliani I
JVllllant 1IIuthOit oitivx a foroinun 11 In the thoIMf
1t1nLAJtf T itftnu > rtt IMf f Ktro i < tleanWg ono O on tf f tho thoithroo thuthrfYJ
ithroo meffarr rQM BJf Urtinsa rtlq3dI3lIJI riUtuib b b1111e
lmic alice Inthe ID the Hotel Votol4 Vl i iI n SJiturdiV I
night paid a SKI Ono in Uw7J the i1 Jeilntaon rfaon on
Market t rflt court voBttrd rosterdxy y The other two
J J Lohey r and John Wallace were re held j
In 1100 11 1I bail each to be tried for carrying
conceal noncealed weapon poae
ii
TWO MORE DYXAMITE Dr UJlTE ARRESTS ARRESTSBaltimore A1UlESTSBaltlmere
Baltimore Police L Lfara ara ef Plot to Blow BlowIp BluwCp flIo flIoVp P
Ip Another B I Jt o Shop SnopBALTIUOBB ShopBALTUfon
BALTIUOBB Jan 2 Baltimore and andOhio andOhio sac I
Ohio Railroad detectives as a well as city citydetectives citydetecUvee dt dtdetectives r
detectives were busy bUll today Investigating InvestigatingSaturdays InvNtlgaticgSaturdays I
Saturdays dynamite outrage on that thatrailroad thatrailroad thatrailroad t It
railroad railroadTwo railroadTwo railroadTwo
Two more arrests were werBmade mode tonight tonightCharles tonightCharIN tonightCharles
Charles W Gruber aged 95 years and andJohn andJohn sac sacJohn
John W M Kenny a boy of 17 17In 17In 17In
In Chief Humphreys office on a window windowsill
sill Is a box containing nineteen pounds poundsof poundof
of dynamite found In the home of Gruber Gruberwhich Oruberwhich Gruberwhich
which if exploded would have reduced reducedthe
the Mt It Clare shops where tOOO men were wereat wereat wereat
at work to a heap of debris debrisThe d dbdaThe brl8 brl8Tho
The detectives have also secured con confessions confC8lllons conesalona ¬
fessions that an unsuccessful attempt attemptwas
was made to blow up the Baltimore and andOhios andOhl andOhios
Ohios Ohl s Riverside roundhouse round toWlO last Octo October October Octoher ¬
ber berChief
Chief Humphrey says that tonight he hegot hegot hegot
got from Zimmerman one of the men menarrested menalTall menarrested
arrested alTall yesterday a confession of the theRiverside theRiverside theRiverside
Riverside plot The Th name of Oruber Gruberwas Oruberwaa
was mentioned and he and young Kenny Kenn Kennwere
were brought to detective headquarters
Kenny Keno also a1 o told of the plot to blow up i ithe
the Riverside shops HP H related the plan planworked planworked planworked
worked cut between him and Zimmer Zimmerman ¬
man for the destruction of the shops shopswhile shopswhile shopswhile
while a hundred men were ere at work He Headmitted Headmitted Hoadmitted
admitted to Chief Humphrey that he hewu hewua was wasa
a driller and at one time had worked in inthe Inthe
the B A O shops He said a ld that he was wasin wasIn wasin
in with the strikers and that he had been beenselected beenelfCted beenselected
selected to do the job at Riverside for fora
a few dollars H Re confessed that Zimmer Zimmerman ZimmerItI4h Zimrnermali ¬
man had given him the bomb and that ho hehad hohad hohad
had placed it where the explosion oc occurred 0ccurred ootuned ¬
curred curredHEn tunedhER curredHER
HER STORY JAILS A MAX MAXWoman H4 H4Woman AV AVWoman
Woman Rays 8a lie Lived on HerStreet HerStreetf lIer Street 8treett StreetEarntigs
Karalnci Jaml p and He Admits It ItA ItA ItA
f
A policeman noticed a woman accost accostIng acco accosting t tInr
Ing men near 110th street and Eighth Eighthavenue Eighthavenue
avenue early yesterday morning Fre Frequently Frequeatly Proquentiy ¬ I
quently she would return to one man manwho manwho manwho
who evidently ws wy i interested in her The Thepoliceman Thepolicenan Thepol1cenn
policeman arrested the pair pairIn
In the night court the girl < < Irl who was wascharged wascharged wascharged
charged with soliciting said she was wasDell wasell wasDell
Dell > ell Cree of West Twentyseventh street
She confessed frankly that she and George GeorgeCree OeorgoCree UtorgoCree
Cree who she said was not her husband husbandbut
but with whom she lived had gone uptown uptownto
to make some money because tney were wererd
hard rd up She Elbewu was 23 2 years old and nine nineyears nineNra nineears
years ears from rota Ireland she said saidShe MidShe saidShe
She seemed unca uncciou < II8Cloua aclous of the effect effectof
of her testimony testlmo ny on the mans case as asshe asshe asshe
she told the story of their life together togetheriThey
iThey They had met last summer on Randall
I Island Iala d where they were employed and andoome andcome andonmeto
come onmeto to New York ork to live livetogether together George
Cree had worked a1 good deal of the time
but three or four times they had agreed
that she should try the street though thou h
George didnt like the idea she said I
She signed an affidavit stating that George
had lived off ot her earnings at various times timesand tlml6and timesand
and that she gave him the money which whichshe wblohshe whichshe
she earned on Saturday night she shesaid sheIII1ld shesaid
said to buy candy with but afterward afterwardadmitted afterwardadmitted
admitted that he bought only 6 cents centsworth Ceuteworth centsworth
worth of candy and kept the rest restGeorge rlfttOflr
George Oflr e was almost equally frank and andadmitted andadmlt andadmittedwatchlngherwith
admitted admlt admittedwatchlngherwith watching watohlngherwlth her with full knowledge knowledgeof
of what she was doing to see that she shegot shecelno shegot
got celno no 111 treatment t tment When the Magis Magistral Maglatrate Magistrat ¬
tral tojd t4i the girl that she could go free freeon freeon freeon
on probation but that the man must mustserve mustserve mustserve
serve six months for vagrancy the thegirl theItlrl thegirl
girl broke down realizing for the first rst
time what she had done to George GeorgePRESIDEXT G orge orgePRESIDET orgePRESIDENT
PRESIDENT TAKES A t WALK WALKAnd WALKAnd
And ad Incidentally InlldentaUycalls rails at a lUtH to See SeeJudge lireJudce SeeJudge
Judge Larten LartenWABHIXOTON IAutonWuRIXOTOS LairtonWAsnI1coTo4
WABHIXOTON Jan 3 President Taft Taftwent Taftw Taftwent
went w nt walking late this afternoon over the themuddy themuddy themuddy
muddy streets and Incidentally lo just to toshow wIhow toshow
show his fondness for Judge Horace D DLurton DLurton DLurton
Lurton the new ne member of the Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt SupremeCourt
Court Mr Ir Taft went to the New elV Willard WlllardHotel WillardHotel
Hotel where the th Justice is stopping to tohave tohave
have a chat Judge Lurton wasnt wun In Inwhen Inwhen inwhen
when the President called Mr r Taft Taftwaited Taftwaited Taftwaited
waited a few f minutes and then went back
to the White House
Tho walk which preceded p ceded the call callwaa callwaaon was wason wason
on the Presidents old stamping ground groundthe groundthe groundthe
the WhitAtJou8o hlte House elipseand the park which
front the Potomac VI With 1th Capt apt A < 4
Butt ho walked for more than iv n half
hour before b rore hi h came back to the streets
of the city Mr Irlart 1aft didnt enter 1 ter the hotel
by the fourteenth street or Pennsyl Pennsylvaala PennsIvoni Pennsylvanla
vaala avenue swinging doors but went wentup wentup
up to the F street side where he wouldnt
be noticed noticedAfter noticedArter noticedAltar
After ho got within the rcVolvlng
door ho stood in tho little lobby at that
jfldf 1 elde ldr of the hostelry hOlt lry until Capt Butt
found that Judge burtonwan Lurtoa out Only
n few people paased I pasae4Aluning lurlng the time the
President won wnhJ waiting g
The President rod to All Souls Unl
tArUwi Church thla thislmomlnJr momln in one of the
White Housa automobiles Capt Butt
went with hlm At t dinner tonight Mrs MrsobertTitt lr
> >
1UbertTIIt obertTitt Miss Helen f TAn ft and andpr
Chr Taft r rdre re pr pr8ll present r1t t All three
of the Presidents chl chl1dreawlU children drea will return
to 0 their HudIr studies i usit
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TO TOEltEKD EXTEND IEAT INSPECTION INSPECTIONPROPOSED INSPEGTIOPROPOSED
PROPOSED LAW TO PROTECT PROTECTPUBLIC PROTECTptnuc PROTECTPUBLIC
PUBLIC HEALTH HEALTHDr IIE4 iT iTDr
Dr Mettle eh10 Chief of o Rama of Animal AnlmallBdest In Inte ifldetn
dest < detn te trr A Argues FROM Xult eeslty of State and andMunicipal aDdHunlllpal sad3lenletpal
Municipal mi s Well rll ai a 1 Federal laspe laspelira lalpUn Inspeeties
lira or orleat > fcmt and Dairy DII Product Productx PreduetaWUnLiOTOl ProductsWasnLarca
WUnLiOTOl x Jan A proposed law lawauthorizing lawauthorldnr lawauthonixing
authorizing Federal Inspection Insp clion of dairy dairyproducla dairyprodue1a dairyI
products entering Interstate trade and tbe thenecessity tben tbenecessity I
necessity n lty for State and municipal munlclpallnsU inspec inspection inspeotion ¬
tion U n of meat and meat products as a afurther arurther afurther
further measure of protection for the thepublic tbepublio thepubilo
public health are two subjects discussed discussedat disciJa ed edat
at length in the annual report of Dr A AD AD itD
D Melvin chief of the bureau of oCanlmal oCanlmalIndustry animal animalIndustry animalindustry
Industry in the Department of Agricul Agriculture Agniculture l lture ¬
ture Dr Melvin says say that the Federal Federalmeat Federalmoat Federalmeat
meat inspection inspooUonlaw law which applies only onlyto
to products entering ent rln interstate trade has hasproved hUproved baaproved
proved effective but he heaaya says there is a areal areal areel
real and serious danger 10 to tho public publicfrom pubUofrom publiafrom
from uninspected meat and almost halt halfof haltof haltof
of the meat consumed in the United State Statecomes Statncomes Statricomes
comes within that class classDr cb8Dr classDr
Dr Melvin declares dec rtS that uninspected uninspectedmoat < < I Imoat
moat Is sold in States and municipal municipalities ¬
ties and that tbattbe the Federal Government Governmenttherefore Governmenttbererore Governmenttherefore
therefore has no jurisdiction over It ItHe ItHe ItHo
He continues continuesThe ll I ITho
The Federal authority does not reach reachthe reachthebWllnOlllS reachthe
the thebWllnOlllS business done entirely within a State Stateand Stateand I Iand
and tho people must look to their thei State Stateand Statand Stateand
and local lol authorities autbotle to protect prolCt them themagainst themapit themagainst
against apit tho danger dn r from frm rota that source sourceOne Burc sourceOne
One result of the Federal Fedel inspection lpctlon lpctlonto w wto i ito
to cause the diversion divflon of diseased dll8 and andsuspicious andsupiciou andsuspicious
suspicious supiciou looking looklnganlmal animals to the unin uninspected iln ilnspected uninspotted ¬
spected establishments tablishent where they are areslaughtered areslughter areslaughtered
slaughtered slughter for the local loJ market mrkel ManyclUes Manycities Many Manycities
cities have hve an inspection iplon service serice but butvery buvry butvery
very vry few fo have an adequate sdeute force for and the theInspection th theinipectIoft
Inspection lpio often oft consists Cs18t merely in the theexamination theexminaton theexamination
examination exminaton of meat met as asofered offered for forllo sale in inthe I inthe
the markets market when whe it is l usually Wlnly Impossi Impossible mp0l mp0lble ¬
ble to detect dete disease di the evidence of ofwhich orwhich ofwhich
which may my have hav been bn removed rmoved with the theviscera tbevr theviscera
viscera or organs organsAa
vr Aa a ruin roI ogD sanitary Mllr ltary conditions cndlt ns are very Ter
b bad at uninspected unlnpted slaughterhouses l1ughtrhou8 In Inorder Inorder Inorder
order to provide provde real r protection protlon against againstdiseased againstd1eeased
agnst agnstdi
diseased di or unwholesome unwholem moat a com competent comptet cornpotent ¬
potent ptet veterinary veterin and sanitary nlt inspec inspection IDp Inspootion ¬
tion ton at the time of slaughter is I essential essentialThere enUa essentialThere
There The is great gt need no for supplementing supplementingthe
the Federal Feder inspection IDpUn with State and andmunicipal andmund an anmunldpal
municipal mund inspection inspectionDr
Dr Melvin IDpUon IDpUonDr says that uat during durng the last lastfiscal Jt Jtfts lastfiscal
fiscal fts year there My were inspected In pted at time timeof timeof timeof
of slaughter lllughter y 35fl7207S 3rOn animals animl and ad of ofthese ofthe ofthese
these the there tere were condemned because hu of ofdisease otd8 ofdisease
disease d8 or other othe condition CQdlUOU8 141057 1407 entire entirecarcasses entre entreand entirecarcamo
carcasses and PW8M m8 parts of carcasses carcassesmaking crc carcassesmaking I
making mkln a total tot of more p than thn 1000000 1000000animals 10000 lXOOOOanimals
animals anms condemned in whole whoe or in part partIn p partIn I
In addition additon there were we condemned condeme on onreinspecUon onfinaplon onreinspection
reinspecUon finaplon nearly 23000000 OO pounds poundsof pund I
of meat met and meat met products which had hadbecome ha hadbecome
become bm unwholesome unwholeme since inspection inspectionat
lnpon lnponat
at the te time of slaughter slaughterThe augher augherThe
The report says that tt meat met inspection inspectionhas ln I
has h continued conlnue to grow In volume po and andhas andhu andhas I
has reached rhed th the point gw where whee further furtherextension f festenon furtherextension
extension Is Impossible pint without an in increase Incr Increase ¬ i
estenon
crease cr in the appropriation Impble by Congress Cng CongressThe s sThe
The Te expenditures expnditur on account acunt of this
work during dung the fiscal fi rear ye amounted amountedto amout amouzteato
to about abt S2S8lOOO 1610 out of an appropria appropriation appro ¬
ra raton
tion ton of 13000000 100 The Th report says also alsoWith all alsoWith
With Wth the Additional nddition authority authorit given givenby Ithenby givenby
by the new DO law the bureau buru has hA been beenable b beenable
able to bring brng about abt a steady improve improvement Improvment Improvemeat ¬
ment with respect to sanitation New Newpacking Newpcing Newpacking
wit pec t ltton
packing pcing house hous have been b built buit so o as to toembody toemby toembody
embody emby the best bt modern sanitary con construction conIItrcOU construction ¬
struction IItrcOU und d great grt improvement Imprvemont has hasbeen hallb hasbeen
been b made in the sanitary Mnltr condition of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the older mae plant The Te Latter ltter are a being beinggradually bln blngually beinggradually
gradually abandoned aboned for the to erection erectionof erUon erUonor
of gually modern mom plants plnta which may mY be b kept keptat kpt kptat
at a proper standard stan of cleanliness clelnu1 with withless wih wihJ withless
less J propr labor labr and an ezpensa A constant constanteffort constanteo constanteffort
effort eo has b been bn made me ep to keep the service serviceat rvc
at a high standard Dd of ofefaoncy efficiency and to tomake tome tomake
make improvements wherever whevr possible possibleNotwithstanding possibleNotwithstanding
me Notwithstanding NOtWthltnlog the efforts torta Pble PbleNOtWthltnlog to give givethe glT givethe
the pubho pblo a reliable nllblo inspection Iplon however howeverthe hter hterthe bowerthe
the Renice serl servi e has h been made mde the object objectof obje
of unjust unut attacks atta ka Serious Srous charges made madoagainst rde rdeaginst madeagainst
against aginst the service rlce at East F crJ St Louis ula by bya bYa
a former employee eploye were re carefully Crefuly ce and andthoroughly anathoroughly an anthoroughly
thoroughly investigated inestgted and were wre found to tobe t tb tobe
be b without any real foundation foulmton but to have havehad hayehad havehad
had wthout their origin orgin in personal pernl animosity
In other cases C the attacks have proved provedto prove
to t be b due to ignorance igonc or misconception misconceptionof
of the facts a failure falure to understand undernd the thesystem thesyet thesystem
system syet of inspection Insplon or a desire deire to cause causesensation cuee cueeltioo causesensation
sensation investigation of
ltioo Thorough IDVelrton a anumber anumber anumber
number of reported reprle mace c of 0 ptomaine ptomairepoisoning ptomalreplniDg ptomainepoisoning
poisoning plniDg attributed atribut to inspected lnapt meat meathas met meth meathas
has h failed raied to disclose dJslo a single sile instance instancein instnc
in which the trouble could reasonably
be ascribed scrlb to that cause causeThere CU causeThere
There Tere have hve been n cases c where meat meatbearing met metbring meatbearing
tho Federal ln markswas
bearing bring Feeral Inspection marks markswas mark
plon
was wa alleged alejted to have been bn condemned condemnedas condemnf
as unwholesome unwholeme by city or local lol authori authorities IUthOr authonities ¬
ties tN Usually UIWlrtle the ho fact fac is that tht the meat meatwas met metWRI meatwas
was WRI sound at a the tie time tlt of being belnj inspected inspectedand Inspc
and marked marke by the Federal Feerl inspectors inspectorsand Insptr Insptra
and tt that th t the unwholesome uwholeme condition conditionarose conditon conditonar5 conditionarose
arose a ar5 afterward aferrd Everybody Fveryody knows know that thatmeat tht thtmet thatmeat
meat met is i liable to spoil llpol and no inspection inspectioncan
can guarantee grante that tht it will wi remain remin lnaploo lnaploocan whole ¬
some until unti consumed consumedDr con ume i
Dr MelvIn strongly urges Federal FederalInspection FedernlInspion Federalinspection
Inspection of dairy products urg and the ani animals animall animali ¬
Inspion Pruc
mali mall rem rrm which hlc they tey are obtained obtainedHe ohtalne
He asserts Irtl that tht the danger dnger of contracting contrctn
disease dlr from such products pruc is greater greaterthan gter gterthn greaterthan
than thn from meat mft since slne milk mik cream c and andbutter an andbutter
butter butlr are almost alfot universally unlverly used ue and andare andare andare
are usually usualy consumed in the raw state stateHo stat statsHo
Ho continues continuesScientific continuesSeientiflc
contnues contnuesSlentfic
Scientific Slentfic experiments exprimet by the bureau bureauand buru buruand bureauand
and by other investigators Invetgtor have hve demon demonstrated demonItrat demonstrated ¬
strated Itrat that the thf pcnre ermo of tuberculosis tuberculosisand tUbrl01
and typhoid fever Ire are frequently fruetT con conveyed coov8yed convetyod ¬
veyed through dairy dIr products produc and that thatthe tt ttthe thatthe
the germs gers may my remain rmain alive alve and virulent virulentIn
In milk mik beyond the time within wthin which whichit
it is usually usualy consumed and In butter butt for forseveral forlveral forseveral
several lveral months monthsMAX monthVANCllEPT monthsMAN consume
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Left Jantca Jlm Unconiclotu UnconiclotuEdward CncnleoW LnconsejousEdward
Edward E Jansen Jasen a Swede 53 5a years old oldwas oldw oldwas
was w found insensible lnn ble in his boardl bor boarding ng house housest
st t 101 Kent avenue Willlamsburg Wilaburg yes yesterday YNtenyatmo yesterday ¬
terday tenyatmo afternoon and removed remve In a criti critical ot critical ¬
cal c condition cnditon to the t VCilllamsburg Wilasbug Hoe Hospital Ho Hoepital ¬
pital ptl The boarding brding house hoW is I run r by b
Max M Baumelster Buestr During Dua conscious CMOW mo momenta mo mements ¬
menta after ater Jansen IAn was w brought brougt to the thahospital te tehopital thehospital
hospital he ftald Ad that tht early yesterday yestry
morning morng he was w awakened awaened from fr his sleep
by a strange stange man crawling cwUn through his hl
bedroom beroom window Wdow from a fire 1 escape tc
Jansen Jan asked ked the stranger Itanger ep what ht he hewanted hewat hewanted
wanted wat and sot no reply repl As he was wasabout w wasabout
about to make ma an outcry outor the intruder intruderseized lotder lotdersized Intruderseized
seized sized him hm by his h throat toa with wth one hand handand hd hdand handand
and with wth the other strucvhim struck m with wth cither cithera
a blackjack blakjak or sandbag sdb Jansen Jan sold d his hisassailant hisIlt hisassailant
assailant Ilt didnt desist until untl he fell fel back backward bk bkwa backward ¬
ward wa on his bed b Then he got out by the thowindow te tewndow thewindow
window windowJansens wndow a aJansena
Jlns Jansens groans yesterday afternoon
goaa ateroon
drew dr attention to his room rm He was
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found unconscious unonoW with wt his skull and ad right rlglt rightaw
jaw aw fractured fractt He was w also suffering
from shook and d probably probbly a internal auern in ¬
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Rucker retired rUr the oldest oldet living army armyofficer ary aryoMcr armyoflicer
officer oMcr is I seriously HI 1 at a his hi hi home homsl in Wash Washington Wuh Washington ¬
ington He is in his ninetyeighth
Jncn h nltyght year jearHo yearHa ear earHe
Ha was formerly QuartynuasterGeneral QuartynuasterGeneralof Qua ntOer
of the t army ary and ad has b b bn been en on the retired rtr list listsince le ll llsince
since ne February F br 23 2 3 18SZ 1 Gen Oe Rucker Ruckerdaughter Ruckerducbter Ruckersdaughter
daughter ducbter la the te widowpf wldow f Gen Ge Philip Phip H HSheridan HSeridn HSheridan
Sheridan SheridanGen
Seridn SeridnOen 4 4flea
Gen Oen Rucker was w born at Belleville BellevilleX BUevp BelieviIN
X NJ J 7 on o April Apl 9 l 1813 He entered ent the thearmy thoay thearmy
army ay in I 1837 18 as a a Second Snd Lieutenant Lleuteot of the theFirst te teFit theFirst
First Fit Dragoons He sorted lrod throughout throughoutthe toughou
the th Mexican Mexicn war and a was brevetted brvet brevettedMajor a aMajor a
Major on February 23 3 1347 for gallant gallantconduct gallantconduct lnt lntcnduc
conduct cnduc at the hattie IfU of o Buena Du Vista VistaIn vL I
In 1819 he was as transferred trser to tb to Quar Quartonnatttera Qu Quattormasters
tonnatttera tn8rs Department Dprtment In which whlc he heserved hoBrve beserved
served Brve until untl the outbreak utbrk of the civil civilwar clv civilwar
war warwhon when he was wa appointed appint a Colonel Conl
In the volunteer volunterany army Ha lecas was bra brevete brevetted brevetteda vetted vetteda
a BrigadierOeneral Dgdleronerd on July G 18 18 l for
Jul
faithful services rvJo during durin the war After Afterthe Afterthe Utertbe
the war iar ar he e entered eoter the Quartermasters qurraera
Department IJprtmfnt as a Colonel Clol On February Fobruar
13 I 1HS7 J8S1i ha h was appointed Quartermaster QuartermajttorUenerai QU3rltr QU3rltrUer QuartermasterGeneral
General Uer and Id served 8O appint ten days dys when ho howas hows howas
was ws retired mtr at his hi own request IUOt after more morethan morethn morethan
than thn forty years yera of service uorvloeSince Irvlc serviceSince
Since ino his ll retirement retirnt Jon Uen Rucker ban b
lived lved in this tis city ct Several Sveral years yelB ago agowhen ao aowben aifowhen
when Gen Oo Rucker Uucke became be 9i 9 years yers of ofage orage ofage
age a 9 life le insurance Insurno company In which
bo was wa insured insur notified notile compy him that tt as a holr fholrmortality holrmort holrmortality
mortality mort tables t4blo did not no run n above M Myears 1 9 9yearaof
years T0ra yearaof of age ho how was a officially onc1ly dead from fromtheir fromtei fromtheir
tei their point of view vie The company paid
him hi the full amount amout of the policy polc compny pi
Con OD RucLer has h suffered aulor from frm kidney kidneyroublo
trouble for foraov several av rl ral years yearsBiT yor yorBIT yearslilT
BiT THE TiE BVMiLAffS BtRllUrS FIXOKRS FIXOKRSSyracmc FIXOERSSyracuse UGBRSsmele
Syracuse smele nigh Ds School SmO Graduate Gruatr Gets Ce the theBest tbe lidRest
Best of 0 Marauder laraUer but He 1f I Rf flsesprs flsesprsSutacuss 4 inc incSnuccsB
SnuccsB 8nCt8B Jan 3 2UI Miss Florence Floreno E EFailing EFalng EFaIling
Falng Failing 18 years yers old and an justout of high highschool h highschool gh ghsol
school sol had a thrilling thlng experience exprienc with wll a aburglar aburgl aburglar
burgl burglar at 3 oclock oclok this morning at the thefamily thefamily hefamiy
famiy family home at Eastwood Etwo a suburb subur of ofSyracuse ofSy ofSyracuse
Syracuse Sy Awakened Awkefd by tho presence presenceof prno
of some one 01 in her room rm she jumped Jmp up uponly uponly uponly
only to have the intruder put pt his hand handover hnd hndover handover
over her face raC to prevent prevet her h r from fromscreaming fromsring rein reinscreaming
screaming screamingAs sringA
As A he did this tho girl bit the mans mansfingers mn mansfingers
fingers fgrs and held him a prisoner prl oer unt until untilseveral untilseveral
several seeral stinging stiging blows in the face fa caused causedler cu causedher
her ler to release relel him Then she screamed screamedfor
for helpand the burglar jumped ae through throughan throu h ha
an a open opn window and disappeared disppa Jup Blood Bloodrrom Blo Bloodfrom
rrom the mans ms fingers fners covered Miss Missfailings MissFailings Il
Falng failings lips lp and nd her parents prts oven thought thoughtshe tho h
she had been bn injured Injur until unt she sh told them themshn tem temsh themshe
she sh was all right rightThe rglt rightThe
The man was tracked jhrough the snow snowmore snowmore
more than a mile mie but the Jhroudthe trail trai was a lost lostBeared lo lolrre lostgeared
geared lrre Chinaman Chlama Bought Doct a Gun GunHon Q GunHon
Hon Rn Kong Kng a Chinese Chle laucdryman laud who whoIs
Is a stranger Igr to the police was WA arrested arrestedin ated atedIn
in front of the store of Tom Lo r Lee I Phtna Phtnaown In hInatown
tow town own last night nllt for carrying s revolor rllor revel or
He said he bought busht th the cang weuioii i iaiue > iaiuelisjife USO USOi
lisjife ie wasin WM1 danger dag dangere 0101 I
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TO rf i fOKCK lg cx XEUCXB l B PRICES PRICESrer MIt MItfe RICESMtettu
Mtettu tea fe t fee OrgsMaataea ef r tba tbaKatleMit th m mlstionaI
KatleMit NaU AB A AnarreK OT OTJa Le LeWIJll Lesgse LesgseWassxiurox
WIJll Wassxiurox Ja h LA A preliminary Plil peaIimin peaIiminmeeting
meeting ot for the t organisation tOo of the thetioaal te teto Na National
tioaal Antitrust League wasbeld was held in
to Att Llwue I thii thiicity tlt tltct thi thicity
city ct today ty Dr D E 1 It I Scharf SJ Is i the pro promoter pr pomotor
motor of the enterprise
According to t
mor o et AerdlC
Dr D Scharf Sbr about abt fifty ff persons p som somof some OTh OThof t I
of o whom lo were er worsea 0 atteaded today1 today1meeting fY1 fY1IUC t dy
meeting IUC Ha declined 1 howrrer howf to t give givtheir gltetr givetheir
their tr same Dr D Betarf Br oatlinM Qllt th thmoaner tbe tbem thmanner
moaner m in which whi a alr amlhr league 1 e h hd hdeull had hadsuccessfully d duoceMfully
successfully eull fought routt tbfc trut t ust problwa prblM pmbI pmbIin
in 1 Oemaay y where h1 he lived l fonaerly fonaerlyAntitrust forl forlAnUk forseerlyAntitrust
Antitrust AnUk leagues I were Wf formedin f 1 ta tavarious t tbtrariouji
various variO cities citi of o the ti I Gemma Empire Epi
Ibe be said d for ro or the te th purpose p of orctng J forelngtrusts orctngtrusts <
trusts tt to tr reduce priees Tte Th Thof m mbeh mbehof i
Pe
Iot of these t subcommilt ab 1t went T among kerb1 octhe the
people pple and a iadced I them tmt to abandon abndon
the use W of coffee Ce cot at a periodical intervals 1nterv
o pc Jtvl
il 11 t iiid I 1 1
and of d coffee coffeeDr oe codeDr forced forau the tui trust to seduce J the O pnc pncof P pnicof 1
Dr Scbarf 8rf said ho hoped hop to tol interest tert i
the women wo of o the the United Unit Htatos St in the thamovemeat te themovement I
movement because of the fact
mYemet blo th fac that Ut t they th thknew y
knew the tho price prl of household articl articles i iand
artce artceand
and could cou aid ad the t movement mOCllt to t a a greater er1 ter
decree than the mon Another moot
d mo Anotb6 meeting me mewill
will wl be b held hld bore hor hor mat t Thurndav moli to per <
feet feUl8 fectthe the organization orgniqUo of oftha the ny league kl leagueI pr it
is I Dr Scbarfs 8ra plan to create crte a national nationalboard natien I
Itond
board b to bo b located 10t In Washington WuigoD1hlc Wahklgtonwhiej Wahklgtonwhiejwill Khicfa Khicfawill
will wi direct dir the organisation or of the miimci miimcipal rnnniejpal
pal pl leagues 1c in Idthefr the ni7tJq various varous cities ctes trJolc of tbo tbocountry tb tbi
i country countryMRS cntryuJI countryaZfl
uJI aZfl MRS n IIKLL 11 11 KILLS ILt HKttSKIr HKttSKIrPolite IIU nimtyPolI U UPOIH
Polite POIH PolI Would Woul He le CUul td le e Hear Vrvm rnl ny nybed ny nybotI1flhe
bed bc botI1flhe Hne o Knows lno Bite Shr I Hit HitMrs WasMrs
Mrs Mr Harriet H 4iet xniet fleAs w who wh keeps epa a board boarding b bartjlag ¬
lag Inl house boul at at2U 211 West Wet Twentieth t Uetb street streetcalled streetsiled tet
called lle in Policeman Polcm Stewart Sar yesterday yesterdayand ye4ry
and d told him h that tht she thought tought onoof on8of her herboarders h hborers he heboarders
boarders borers had b killed kie berJelf hfShe She ecle emelled emelledgas
gas ga from the th boarders baer room roomThe rm rmThe roomThe
The policeman pl pollc m man broke bre dawn wntcdor wntcdorand the door doorand doorand
and found a woman om known kno to l Mrs Mrll flats Haassimply flatssimply
simply at Mrs 31 be Bell lying l lylagdead dead d d In bed bedThe bedThe e
The gas was as turned to on Crcfr COt Corocer C Hot or
Morgue MorgueThe Mogue MorgueThe hauser baulror c ordered the Ue body by rent tnt to toMorgue tb
The police plc wore wG unable unlt la a learn lei anything anythingabout anJncaout anythingabout
about aout the te woman m further furthe than tbl thatth thatthIs ttlhe that shs
Is I supposed sup to t have hvo two sisters mte living lrng la il
West Wet Fortyfourth Foryfou street at Mrs rs Haav Haavsold H Haassaid
sold sd that th she e once onc heard b Mrs IBU IBUmetoo Bell Bellmention Seilmention
mention metoo them them but she ao couldnt cldnt remember remembertheir rChe rseittnbertheir
their the names name or the te number of the te bouw IOUM
The woman womo left nothing not in bar 1e room rm by bywhich bywhich bywhich
I which she se might be identified Ide Uled She Shegaged en engaged engaged ¬
gaged her he room r about at two twoe weeks ago agoCtsorrtt ao aoeprtiTrle agoCigarelieTrlesIeHtimAplrImesI
Ctsorrtt eprtiTrle CigarelieTrlesIeHtimAplrImesI pTrletla to Hum HAlutRUt Apartment lIons IteotAn Iee IeeA lIonsAn
An A artificial aU palm p la i a basket etl Iq las lasparlor te teprlor theparlor
parlor prlor on tho fifth 1 fh floor roftb of the Soncy Bon apart apartment ap aparttndnt ¬
ment m nt house hoW at 49 4 West Fiftyseventh ftt Fiftyseventhstreet
street stt caupi caught fire tr last lt nlgbta n1h The ten tenants t tenants ¬
ants all al ran 1 out ol except x ptU Mr and a4 Mr MrChristopher Mr MrschnistophorWolwbom
Christopher CmtphorWolrw chnistophorWolwbom Wolf whom m the firemen fe found foundsitting foU foundsitting
sitting stting in their teir apartment aplrtmetf In ignorance ignoranceof 11C ignoranceotthfire
of otthfire the fire fre Mrs Wr lrWo1fwaatsndingasIclc lrWo1fwaatsndingasIclcchild Wolf Wol was tending tdinf a ick ickchild E EchUd
child The Te flames fN were weey easily quenched quenchedand
and cigarette ad dgatte the la I damage daa blamed bl was a set f ry queneM small il ildgatte smallcigarette A Acigarette
J lici t
AHealthGuarantee HelthGuatee to t be Found Fo in i No Other Othe Water WaterBecause Wate WateBeou WaterBecause
Because Beou BecauseiThe S
r 1 i iThe The Te bottles bt ONLY ONYWaterptu ONLYWaterputupfn Water put up in ism STERILIZED mz Y 4 4I t
2 2Te 2The The ONLY ONYWatrDtoFog Water WaterDoinestk Domestic or Foreign Foreignwhich ForeignwMch
whc which is i NEVER NV put in i a bottle thit
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has h hisbeenusedbefore hisbeenusedbeforeThe been bn used u before beforeThe bfo bfoTe tt
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AN A EXCEPTIONAL ECETIONA SALE SAL OF OFWOMENS OFWOMENS 0FWOMENS
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WOMENS CLOAKS CLOAKSWILL
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I WILL WIL BE HELD THIS DAY MONDAY MONDAY JAN A 3d 3dCONSISTING 3dA 3dCONSISTING I
CONSISTING OF p COATS PALETOTS LONG LONGGARMENTS t tGARMENTS
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GARMENTS CAPES CPES AND WRAPS WRAPSv WAPS WAPSESPE WRAPSESPECIALLY
v ESPECIALLY ESPE IALL Y PREPARED WHICH WHl WHICRVILL H WILL WLLQE QE E OFFERED OFFEREDAT OFF REt REti
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p AT 1600 2000 2500 25002t800 2800 2800THERE 3800 3800THERE 3600t 3600THERE i iAT t
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THERE VILL COMMENCEfTHlSl COMMENCBITHlS1D DAYJ DAYrM0NDAV VrMONDA MONDAY AND ANDI D DI
I CONTINUE CONT WE THROUGHOUT THROUGHU THE TE fEKt fEKtN UEI UEIAN WEEKr WEEKrwN >
wN N UNUSUAL UNUSUA SALE OF HOUSEHOLDLINENS HOUSEHOLDLINENSINCLUDING HOUS OLLiE
INCLUDING INCLUD G LINEN LNEN DAMASK DAAK TABLE TABLI CLOTHS CL TH AND NAP NAPKINS NAPKINSLINEN NA1IK1SLII4EN 1t
LINEN SHEET SHEETS AND PILLOWCASES PILLOwE HEMMED HEMeD AND ANDHM HfiM HfiMSTITCHEDTOWELSTOWfiyNG I 1 1STITCHEfl1OWEISTOWEINo
STITCHEDTOWELSTOWfiyNG STITHEDTOWEL TOWI No CRASHES CRHe ETCTEA ET ETfAAI1 ETfAAI1S A Rfi RfiCEPTION u
S CEPTION CEPI0NCLOHSANDS CLOTHS AND SCAfctt CENTERPIECESANDtDOnt CENTERPIECE NDnt NDOfl13 NDOfl13s S Sj j ji
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j ALSO ALSOBLANKETS BLANKETS BLNKETS COMfORTABLES COMfOR C0MFORTABLESANDBEDSRADs C0MFORTABLESANDBEDSRADsMUSLIN ABLES AND BtDSpRUAD BtDSpRUADMUSLIN 8ED i rf DS f
MUSLIN MUSLN SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES CASESAT CASESAT S SAT
AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES PRICESB PRICEST
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