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THE SUN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1913.
BANKING BILL PASSES THE HOUSE; 286 TO 84 OoM Standard 1W finned iJ Amendment Adopted by 298 to m. MITCH CHEERING AT FINISH Amendment Against Interlock ing Directorate Is Defeated, 166 to 100. Wakminiiton, Sept. is.-By vol of 2M In 84 tht House of Rpprenentatlve panted th Administration currency bill to-day utter having amended tho meaeure by a till more emphatic vote reaffirming the wi t or 10cm whereby the sold atandard waa adopted aa the baaia of American money. The House met at noon. The currency hill, He dim imeloii In committee of the whole House having been completed at ll o'clock last night, was the order of business. Im mediately after the reudlne of the joivnnl Chairman tilaas called up the bill. A separate vote was demanded Ky Repre sentative Wlngo of Arkansas 00 the sound money amendment. There was a division allowing- an overwhelming majority for the amendment, but Mr. Wlngo demanded the ayes and noes. The House proceeded to vote and the roll call was watched with much interest. The ayes had not been completed Imfore it was evident that there was a distinct KemoiTBtiu defection. The HepublicHUs were holding their lines taut. The I'ro Kressives were voting with the Republicans. Whan the roll call was completed it was found that the sound money amendment had won by a vote of 7M to M, or more than four to one. The Reeslrltrast Democrats. The following Democrats refused to abide by th Administration's eipreaaed wish oa this point Representatives Abercrombie, Adamaon, Aawell, Bailey, Bell of Georgia, H lac km on, Brockton, Brumbaugh, Buchanan of Illi nois, Burnett, Callaway, Candler, Caraway, t.'laypool. Collier, Connolly of Kansas, crisp, crosaer, Davenport, Dickinson, Dlfen derfer, Doolittle, Kagle, l.iler, Ferris,' Floyd of Arkansas, Francis, lioodwin, tlray, Orcgg, Oarrison of Mississippi. Hay den, Helvertng, Henry, Hensley, Howard of Georgia, Jacoway, Johnson of Kentucky, .lnnoeon of South Carolina. Klndel, lobeek, MnOuire of Nebraska. Moss of Indiana , Murray of Oklahoma, Oldfleld, Quln, Kags dale, Rubey, Rueker, Russell, Hhackelford. Hherwood. Simon, Stanley, Stephen of Mississippi, Stout, Taggart, Taylor or Arkansas, Taylor or Colorado, Thomas, Thompson of Oklahoma. Tribble, VYIngo and Wltberspoon. Only one Progressive, Tindbergh of Minnesota, and one Republican, Roberts of Nevada, voted against the amendment. After the action of the House in ait-ept-tng the gold standard amendment a record vote was demanded by the I'rogreseives on the motion of Representative Walters of I'entisylvatila to amend the bill by Includ ing a paragraph prohibiting the holding of directorships in more Ihan one bank bv any individual. II was the anti-interlocking directorate provision so frequently urged by the pro grgajatvas in general debate and III the Piecemeal discussion of the currency bill Th" I'rdgrewives regarded this amend ment as their ofllcisl protest. Mr. Mur dock moved for roll call, and by a vote nf in to luo the amendment was defeated The Progressives voted solidly for the Walters BR) end meat. The remainder of the tin. affirmative voles wus about eiiuiill iivided hstwses Uepubluii us and nulii-ol iMBOorata, (lass's Motion 'for Passage. The anti-inteiiocklnK directorate amend ment out of the way the House theu took up the lull itself. Representative Glass moved the passage of his own measure and the voting began. Only three members or the majority party voted agaiut the bill on It Anal passage. They were Kepresen tatlvea Callaway of Texas, Witherapoon or Mississippi and Elder of Louisiana The alghty-four negative votes included two Progresalves, Walters and- Temple or Penn sylvania. Tbeae Republicans voted for the bill: Representatives Halt. Browne or Wis consin, Cary. Cooper, I run ton, Dillon, fesch. Parr. Fess, Frear. Ilaughmi, llelgesun. McLaughlin, Lannaban, Mapes, Nelson, Norton, Porter. J. C. Smith uiid Samuel W. Smith of Michigan, Smith of Minnesota, Stafford and Young of North Dakota. Speaker Clark's announcement of the vote waa greeted with prolonged applause and cheer Representative Glee, rising to a question of personal privilege, explained the posi tion of the Banking and Currency Com mittee and of himself a to the sound-money mMdment. He took exception to a news paper report or last night's pro ceding In which It was Inferred that the amend ment had been rorced on the malority by the Republicans. He told the House that thla representation waa uniair to mm ana th committee. Th naiagraoh of reaffirmation of adher ence to the gold standard bad been deemed bv the committee as wholly supplementary in character, but important a setting at rest certain unjustifiable allegations that he committee was disposed or bad been disposed to Insert ambiguous phraseology framed to serve aa the basis for a double atandard or th creation of a flat money are tea. Representative 1'nderwood of Alabama then said It was his hope that the confer ence report on the tariff bill would be ready next week, but there wan no possibility for the report earlier than Monday. He suggested that when the House adiourned it would be with the .understanding that it waa not to meet again until Monday. Thla suggestion was followed. BANKING BILL ASSAILED. . M. Berry t Pennsylvania at tests Amendments. Washinuton, Sept. II, Coincident with the passage of the Administration banking and currency bill by the House there arose to-day the most aerlous opposition to th measure that has yet developed during the hearings conducted by the Senate Com mittee on Banking and Currency. The most violent attack on the bill waa conducted by a prominent Democrat. Will lain M Berry, ex-State Treasurer of Penn sylvania, under whoa administration the Capitol graft at Harrtsburg was exposed. Mr Berrr was recently appointed Collec tor of the Port at Philadelphia by Prenl . - u. ...1.1 the Senate committee 'that th pending bill will fall utterly to I remedy the objection to the existing law.' He said that lb" net results or the bill as It passed the House will be la retire the ealstlng bank notes and to reduce the aaerve requirements from II tl-10 per ant., the present proportion, to 6-10 per j AfJar citing the Glass bill aa an analogy to the old woman who only had two teeth t was glad they "hit ' Mr. Berry pro Jtaehfl figure to show that the pending bill SHltontraet the credit of the country by fiMOMtOO. He declared that the only Msnssnltv nslatlM for a new banking sys ZmS S provide the country With 17,000 000100 of credit, which, ho MP the. husinaas of the country now demands. The featur of tbe bill which Mr. Berry aaoedally aBelle4 1 that which would re-1 duanthe reserve funds required to be car eh the banks. In this he obtained ihTnaauallAed support of Senator Heed. iVsrI5 said he wIim Kitlsnrd many bJSi wonW ratlic fV 'eUi U I. national bank charters than to enter the new sys tem.' The other provision or the bltl most severely attacked by Mr. Berry waa the not Issue section. He said that unless Treasury note were permitted to bo car. rled as reserves they would fall utterly to have any advantage over the present bank notes. He proposed a plan which brought forth expressions from all the members of the committee present Indicating their ap proval of hla suggestion. Thla waa that the Government should Issue Treasury notes which should re place all of the present forms of cur rency. Including gold certificates, national bank notea and greenbacks. These new Treasury notea Mr. Berry would have based upon a minimum gold reserve of 20 per cent, and would have them Issued in conjunction with I per cent Govern ment bonds secured by all forma of Gov ernment Improvement. He would have these bonds redeemed In the Treasury notea at the market value of the bond at the time of redemption. He would' provide that 3 per cent, bonds now out standing should he redeemed at par. Senator Shafroth wanted to know whether or not If the present bank cur rency should be converted, Into fall legal tender there would be an Inflation of money. To this Mr. Berry replied that the country demands 17.000.000.000 of credit which It cannot get and to convert the existing bank currency would not produ'-e Inflation because th currency would not be Issued raster than business would demand. Mr. Berry figure that the annual In crement of gold In thla country Is SI per cent, of the f 200,000,000 which he figures as the amount of new money required by business. He therefore estlmatea the annual Increase In currency required Is tll&.OOO.OOO. "Your Idea then la to have a currency Issued and based upon Government bonds." said Senator Reed, "and that If a man wants currency he must buy Government nonna, deposit them and draw the cur rency. If there are plenty of bonds there would be plenty of money. Tou think that takes care of expansion?" "V." replied Mr. Berry. "But let no man retire any currency. The price level and business generally adjust themselves to the currency that has been Issued and If any Ifual tender la retired It moms crucifixion of eur prices." BB. HEB8TEIH TO AID APPRAISER Dean Rgti nf Yale Nominated far Cltwnlt Jigs. Washington, Sept II. Dr. Bernard Harateln was nominated to-day by the President aa assistant appraiser of mer chandise at the port of New York. Dr. Hersteln has been detailed to the Finance Committee of the Senate as an expert on the preparation of the tariff bill. Hla specialty was the chemical schedule. He waa formerly connected with the tariff board. President Wilson also sent to the Senate the nomination of Prof. Henry Wade Roger, dean ' of the law school of Yale University, aa United States Circuit Judge for the Second Crlcult, which embraces New York. Connecticut and Vermont. The President withdrew the nomination of Bernard M. Uannon aa collector of Internal revenue for the Fifth district of New Jersey. Mr. Uannon declined the place. New Haven, Sept. 1 1. Dean Rogers Is expected to resign Ills position In th Yale law school If his nomination to be United States Circuit Court Judge Is con firmed by the Senate. The talk at Yale Is that ex-President Taft will become desn of the law school. Dean Rogers Is a Democrat and made the speech nominating tov. Baldwin of Connecticut for President at the Balti more convention. He was graduated from tbe University of Michigan In 1874 and was dean or the law school there from llgr to IRfO, when he became president of Northwestern University. In 1000 he went to Yale law school a lec turer, becoming dean In 1903. Typhoid Fever Epidemic Impossible Among those who use our pasteurized milk per , fectly pasteurized by a perfect process. Our unparalleled delivery service will place at your door CLOVER MILK, grade B, perfectly pasteurized for 0 cents per quart. Grade A. Select pasteurized for 10 cents per quart. This Milk is used exclusively and with wonderful life saving results by th New York Board of Health Infant feeding station. ngWERMILK Gr.de A. Inspected" tuberculin tested milk pasteurised, in the same bottle that is delivered at your door for 12 cents per quart. This Milk was used exclusively by the New York Milk Committee in its life-saving work in the Sumiher of 1911. Tke Cheapest Safe Milk in Greater New York. Best for the Babies. Best for Yon. Aooid calling the Doctor by Telephoning your Order to CLOVER FARMS, Incorporated Tslephem Bryant 1153. ' 534 West 48th Street "Open Air to Everywhere' Fifth Avenue Coach Company 1 oy Per MONTH UPON PLEDGE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY THE PROVIDENT LOAN MANHATTAN Fourth Avenue cor. 25th Street EMridie Street cor. Wvlmton Street Seventh Ave. bet. 48th and 4th Sts. Ltniton Ave. cor. 124thStrset Orsnd Street cor. Clinton Street East T2d St. bet Lexinaton 1 3d Ava East Houston St cor. Essex St LONGER SESSIONS IN COURT ARE ADOPTED Judire" Criticised for Short Hours of Work O.ve Up Afternoons. TOMBS REVOLT FEARED Keepers Look For Rebellion Similar to That Which Shook Sing Sing-. Judges who sat only two and a half to three hours a day while th number of Tombs prisoners awaiting trial mounted steadily throughout the summer, men presumed to be Innocent, but locked up for months In vermin Infested cells, and guards In the Tombs working twelve hours a day, made such a startling con trast yesterday that the three parts of General Sessions did not shut down soon after noon on the score of "hot weather." From the talk of Tombs guards It waa evident that the prison keepers are fright ened at the risk of rebellion such' aa Im perilled Sing Sing early In the summer. The number of Tombs guards la con sidered, even by Commissioner of Correc tion Patrick A. Whitney, totally Inade quate for so Urge a prison population, with 7(0 men and women In the cells the keepers have long been worked twelve hours a day and now they have to work extra time and often they do not get their day and a half off every other week. Why Keepers Fear Revolt. Th Immense number of prisoners there are only 416 cells available for the 701 of them th Insufficiency of guards, the fact that the keepers are worn out by overwork and that long confinement ha made certain prisoners hard to manage explain th fear felt by the men who keep watch In the Tombs. Aa a result of Thb Sun's figures show Ing that the General Sessions Judges work very abort hours for their 117,500 a year salary. Judge Mulqueen sat five hours yesterday. Judge Roaalsky five hours and twenty minutes, and Judge Swann four hours and thirty minutes. It Is the first time In months that the Judges have sat In the afternoon. The 70 prisoners in the Tombs repre sent the greatest number ever confined there except for a night a year or two ago when there were 803 In the rells. There were only Oil prisoners on July 1 last when the General Sessions Judges began to work mornings only. Commissioner Whitney says he has tried time and again to get enough money t hire extra guards so that those now In the Tombs would not have to work twelve hours a day. These guard with their M00 to 11,300 a year, working twelve hours and overtime with no extra pay and no pensions, were contrasted with the Gen eral Sessions Magistrates, who have been working three hours a day In court for $17,500 a year. Hope nf Relief Fntll. The belief that substantial relief would be afforded to General Sessions and ths Tombs by the new County Court of The Bronx, which starts business after Jan- rHO' 'tis said we're made of dust Tis not reasonable or just In the stuff we travel must, Take a bus ride up and down When you are shopping. SOCIETY OP NEW YORK MX Ceurtlsndt Ave. cor. 14tth Street aaaaii.tl Graham Avenue car. Dabtvehe St D.lL.n ivaaia rnr Rra-ataaraV AVC. iinm . - - - f CtNT.CHAffGED UPON IS REPAID WITMin WEEKS FROM DATE nary 1, was destroyed yesterday by figures that showed that only I to 10 per oent of the General Sessions cases come from The Bronx. This would only diminish the Tombs population by about fifty. District Attorney Whitman took cog. nlxance of the dangerous Jamming of the Tombs by lengthening the hours of his staff from 4 P. M. In the afternoon to 5 :16 P. M , a step usually deferred until Oc tober. Judge Mulqueen disposed of fifteen cases In five hours yesterday ; Judge Rosmleky In five hours and twenty minutes finished one case and started another. Judge Swann In four hours and a half disposed of four cases, and started a fifth. Judge Foster did nut hold court. Re worked In chambers. He would not dis cuss the Tombs situation. Neither would Judge Hosaleky, who shook his head and with a grieved look declared: "I have nothing to say. on behalf of Judge Rosalsky rt wss urged that he has had to attend four funerals so far this month and that some times ha tolls In his chambers until 0 or 7 at night, or even later. Other friends of the Judges said that Judge Swann's con tention that hot weather made Jurors too Irritable to serve more than three hours was right. There were statements that the Tomb conditions were not abnormal, but this the Tombs census disproved. Jaasr Parcel!' Case. When attention was called to the case of James Purcell, awaiting trial for mur der since February 35, friends of the Judge said that Purcell Is guilty beyond doubt and that It makes no difference whether he Is In the Tombs, a death cell or aii asylum. Mention of an asylum showed th it fur- cell's sanity Is -till doubted. It was said that the Insanity commission appointed by the court would probably decide on his mental state In three months or more. "I try to run my court along lines or modern efficiency," pleaded one Judge. I will not talk about the hours of the cuurt because I think a talking Judge, a whistling girl and a cackling hen are all of a stripe." Some of the other arguments advanced In hehalf of th Judges were that often when a case goes to trial a plea of guilty Is substituted at the last moment and the District Attorney not being ready with th next raoe court must close ; thaj Jurors and Judges cannot concentrate for a long time In hot weather; that the strain of homicide trials Is too great (n hot weather, so It is better to leave men accused of murder In the Tombs until the fall ; that lately there ha been an epidemic of pleading "not guilty." necessitating many more trials than usual, and that Judge Poster worked all summer and the first week of this month In place of the late Judge o'Sulllvan and so had done more than his share. LIVER PILLS DIDN'T KILL HTM. Yenkers Man Took Them ae Mer- pary Tablets. Yonkkrs. Sept. 18. Gabriel Araalde, 47 years old. of 150 Willow street, tried to commit! suicide last night by swallow ing what he thought were bichloride of mercury tablets. They were found to be liver pills, and Amaldn reluctantly lives on. He says his relatives consider him In the way. AMI SKMKNTS. NEW YORK'S LEADING rataiee h.v n4 enti si Eve. s:IL fcmnnt, Matlaee To-morrow tt 1:15. John Drew uhado WW II II If I IW ABOUT NOTHIN CMTEeiflH H'vth St. Kve. :1L VnllBHIWH Mat. To-morrow A Wed.3:lL -WON THE AUDIENCE ee AT ONCE.--KVE. SL'N. WLUAM COLLIER H AUDI Mi DAVIS' WHO'S WHO? vatnaVnVn Wan To-irorrnw a Wed. HK "Complete I Richard Carle Success" st'N Hatti Williams In tbe IfiMn'i ReM Ma.tral i oedT THE DOLL GIRL OIICTT "v 1 St. Kvs MO , uii.ii iiat To-morrow E3E Wllk BUT I RIG. CLEAN. LA UGH I Mj I S WAY. IOPE.VINU OF. THE aihST REGULAR SEASON. OS MENU. VU NE XT WON. Sal NOW. CIO. M. COHAN'S MYSTERY EARO' SEVEN KEYS TO BALDPATE GEO. PAUIH'C Tlir.ATRE H' 11 St. M. nun R Kvk. " IS. MM. To-morrow . POTASH & PER LM UTTER oe ahii 2 m i:.Vin-?5 A M 00i M'. To-m'w nun ; 'Ave OH! OH! DEI.PBINE. Next Week "WHAT HAPPENED TO MARY. llth tV,, 4M-44UI Illy Mta.J.BealSealell.EvaS. KCHOKD PROM UirOTKN TO I.AHKADOH 10UU people. Carnival of anuria. SO lire MfJSM. lC-A TOO rioracs. vu luuwua. nuniiui ,.uv. Ftrat ataararr through the Panama canal. Lew- A ATM IT VSIC Evgi. FIELDS' will lit HALL. I Eif. Pop. Prl. Nlghta.SI SO. MM.Wed. AXat SI JOSEPH 8ANTLEY " WHEN DREAMS COME TRUE With MAY VOKra. ISTIi lT THLA . JuatK.of B'vray. i:v.a:l S)0 I PJ eitMatluee To morrow J IV TueHowlio- Klftft ME nil IRK rarer, naw ava a awaw with Helen Iiwtll anil Arthur Avlworth. Bl aVtlnlieE "th. I' of B'way. Eva 30 PUntlUWeC Manure To morrow J jn "FAMILY CUPBOARD MANHATTAN Op. Ho.. Eva ASat Mat MO-SI, -n o--wTII0L0N0MESTIA0 rlVT. WEEKS Beginning MON.. Sept. BB Matinee 1. Wednesday and Saturday. 1, SOTHERN .tfA MARLOWE FIRST WEEK: All week, egrept Wed. Mai., .rwM."h ado About Nothing": Wed. Mai.. "If I Were King." illta Marlowe will SMMW Inall nriu '" J 7i SEATS NOW ON SAIJ5. 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Ortai PfceM PUr HI MM . i :TT WfTlAE 1 WA ilTM TYPHOID LIST GROWS; VICTIMS TOTAL 178 Fever Epidemic Said to Be Traced to Careless Policeman. 7 NEW CASES DEPORTED Dr. Lederle Bays Disease Will Be Stamped Out by October ! It may have been a careless policeman who started th epidemic of typhoid fever on the Rast Side. Th story went around yesterday that the Investigators for the Department of Health learned thnt a pntrolman now on sick leave stopped a milk pedter In the street and asked him for a drink or milk. It waa said that l ne milkman compiled with the re quest and poured out a draught Into the cover ot u can, and that the policeman drsnk It. This policeman, report had H. at the time had "walking typhoid fever" and went about his duties for five or six days before he went to his home on sick leave. Bellevue Hospital continued to get more typhoid victims yesterday and Inst night. There were seven new cases at tbr.t Institution, making the total oeventy seven. New York Hospital has twenty four cases, all from the Kast Side. Th outbreak la apparently confined to the Rust Side, and those In charge of the lmeotitiatlon of Its causes and the meas ures to stop it are confident that It wilt be confined to this section. Milk supply Sknf . Health Commissioner Lederle aald last night he believed his Investlgetora had reached the source of the epidemic. He said that the Information brought to him and the comparisons of addresses with milk routes pointed to one milk company as the prob able responsible agency. The supply of this company has been shut off and the Department or Health expects that a steady de.-roase In the number of cases WlM follow. For the purposes of the Investigation the East Side has been divided Into two sections, both east of Third avenue. The first lies between Tenth and Fortieth streets. In this section there were yesterday seventy five cases of which the Department of Health had knowledge. Theeecond district rtinnfrnni Third street ' to Tenth -treet There were seventv-two cases in this section yesterday. There has been only one death at the hospital and that was a case where the typhoid fevir was complicated by meningitis. feature of the present outbreak hi tb AMI-MEMENT9. THEATRE. AND SI C ESSMt. Matt BBetarskni HM fid St. Bv IS. .is.Tn ava AWed. 1:11. CHRISTIE MacDONALD I Vl.tor Herbert '. CUP FTUP ART3 Matterplw vii . ia.ni. w filRRICK MUi St.. near B'wy. Lv. :U. ennniwn w4IH T m,,rro a w i ?:t.v "GREAT BIG SUCCESS WITH A 5 CAPITAL S'". Ev. Journal ', FANNIE WARD IN MADAM PRESIDENT I MTV Hail 01 si. Eva, atl:M weaiiii Mai To-mor'n ud hi :U. Tbe de note Opera Co.. presenting BESSIE Th' pesW gPl'J and Jefferson De Answlia ABOTT KUB kuy Grand opera Cat MURfaOM Mihst..i: nt b rvt:s. Mat To-morrow A Wed . 2:30. THE FIGHT BAYARD vlSflXBR. FULTON "f'' ." B'way. BtaMLlSD, - - - i Aft MatlnfrTo morrow 3:i LAST 3 TIMES RICHARD BENNETT in DAMAGED GOODS KNIC'kKRHOCkKH. 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THE ESCAPE WKttT KMI. lleglnnlug to morrow Maht TU Ullllfl sAui inf World ti ttfrht-t M Hod r.. ma inc nnir I Sale Bl TIMSe West 43d St. Evinlun l vinluga at 9:19. a Ilgaiai Multure Wed. A Sal. m I'll WITHIN THE LAW Willi JAM. IOWI. aa MARY TURNER. LQHAICRF "J' Sl u B'w) Eva a w bwaaaiinc N(.x, m,iU , 0.Morro- i BI'NT IIP Al.l ADELE MIIBIfAL PI.ATW bull J? lUUKTTE TAYLOR WWII I only jjo. l"Wf4i O' MY UJ'.AHT." nnilll 1 block from 14 Ml. A ad Av iiw i ilk i Mo ; i.s THE STRINBS Nett Week Tbe Bllndaeaa of Urta" " V A DIMM tt nANftP iSTOSM-fK Sawyir a Nbasllan, Kelly liaitla 10 oib Rrai rye your lablra early Phone 11 Bry Ml MBA Y HILL. Kvenlugg k ti. F HAPPY Mlln To-day- Bglaa I W IDOWS. BBUOBLYN AMI NLMKNTS. MAJESTIC ii,"fSj;",m MOTELS AND KESTAUBANTa, 14th Street, near Fourth Aveaoe. comparatively large number of children affected. Of th seventy-seven victims at Bellevue twenty are children under 13 years of age. Typhoid fever Is not a disease of children. It. usually affects persons who are more than 13 years old. No explanation has been given up to fhla time for the number of children af fected. The physicians can point merely to the fact as being unusual. It waa mid at Bellevue Hospital last night that the large number at typhoid fever cases there Is taxing the Institu tion to the limit for nurses and that ap plication would be made to the City Comp troller to-day for money to engage extra nurses. All the fever patients have been placed by themselves In two ward. Th sou roe of supply of the suspected milk concern. It waa learned yesterday, was cut off as long ago as September 6. Ntatnn On by October it Dr. tstderle said that If his Investigators are right in their conclusions the epidemic should he stamped out by October I. Twenty-six days are usually given as the time required to rid the affected commu nity of tbe result of a supply of Impure milk. The Health Department is continuing an investigation of th cause or the infec tion of the suppjy under suspicion. The number of cases developing among per sons using the supply of this particular dealer pointed to him aa the responsible person, but the Investigation Is being car ried straight back to the farm rrom which the milk came. It Is possible that a single case or typhoid on this rami Is responsible In the first Instance for all the trouble. Commissioner Lederle aald he Intended to make a thorough investigation of every case now reported to ascertain If physicians HOTT.I Aim RRMTAI 'RANTS. INSTRUCTION. FOB BOTH RUBS. NEW YORI-New Terk Cttf. HAMILTON for boys, wswest End Ave.! FOR GIRLS. 601 West End Ave. Mr. N. A. Shaw, Jr.. Prlaclpal. Tel -'3 River preparation irom rnmip iw i miege. Scbnls Appreved fcy R. Y. Stati Rifiits enlfli ate or Hchwal admlta to ollege. Ylaaal laatraca la Hlatorr and Oeo. l.eaaoaa l aiaiai nren f. mna.lam. OalTaa CTaaaea. Athletic Pleld rcparea at nenoai. PHINrtPALS AKI. SUIV AT Tag W IIUUI.S. The Brown School ot Tutoring Fredertr I.. Brown, B. S., Head Matter. 341 Weal "5th St. Phone I'ol. 9994. Founded ISO. Boarding and Day School. Poal- nveiy on it one at a iiroa wnn a leacncr. A School with aa Atmeaphere of Work " FOR filRLM AND TdlMI WOMEN. NKTV YORK New Trk City. Reopens Wednesday October 1st The Veltin School FOR GIRLS GENERAL COURSE AND COLLEGE PREPARATORY PRIMARY DEPARTMENT Number of pupil limited to twelve in each class. Fireproof school building thoroughly equipped. 160 AND 162 W. 74th ST.. N. Y. Onnci ling with A Including MlW 7d St. SEVENTEEN EAST BiAiitin ihi X Urtmrtp fcVtrjool for (Strls PRIMARY, INTERMEDIATE AND HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENTS. COLLEGE PREPARATION. HOUSEHOLD ECONOMICS. THE FINE ARTS TUITION FROM $171 1 $400 PER ANNUM Tft Twtntyi Ai'raf par aUf span MONDAY. OCTOBER SIXTH THE GRAHAM SCHQOL 42 RIVERSIDE 1R1I-:. inear 7Mh St.i For girl. Mth year opena Out. 1 Primary to poatgTaduate. Hesidrut and day pupils. HOWARD DtvtiiHT HINT.U. Principal. HAHY JOSBFHINH AVHITK. Ass i PrlnclpaL TUB OCMBI C 241 Contra! Park int. ajKnirkK Watt, cor. 84th St. Boarding anil Day School for (ilrla. C'ollen Hre para wry. Special rlaaaes. Heopena Oct. 1st. RIVERSIDE SCHOOL MtWISVT KNT) A . M" Alt MpTl ST Kmrjf rfrtru. I'lrtnrn Ur . Illirh Nrhonl nud ( ol (pgr Prrprtr It-pitrtiiinls RoopMli Ool. lt. Vw York Colltfiatt Institute. MISS MA HI Nt'HtHI . HAKEKS Nl llliol FOB GIBLH, Kormrrb ai 1 Uui. rooflena Oct. 1st, at !: Weal Bod Air., nrar 77lli St. Lf.MCKirs l ooking School. Dommtlr science: occupying entire building. : Weal aaih at. Write for booklet. Mlaa Banga aad Mlaa Whltan'a School. Blierdale aienae aad SSSd New York. NKW YOKK ViriNITV. Gbappaqua Mountain Institute Valhalla. We.lrhe.lcr .. N. I . Ilex .Mil. A Home School for t) IBIJt. In the Ileal I'nuatry under rare of rTtrada; boys adiuHtrd under 14 earv ( separate dtpt.i; home mother for young children . aid year: 3a miles from N. V.: 7U acrat: too ft. elevation: all roursea: music, art, domeatlo science, manual training and commercial rtepta. Rat 1100 to 1175. Culogue. N. Y. Oflloe. 3n Vraey St., Room eio. Tel. Con. MOi . opeaa Sept. 21. FOB BOY'S AND YOL'NU MKN. BWABTHMOBB. FA. Swarthmore Preparatory School Collate praparatl for boya Individual ear. Promotion by aubjaot. Suparvlaad alb latlaa, ample aqulpmant, healthful oountry 111. Far catalogue or datallad Informal loo addraa ARTHUR H. TOUUNION, UaadauaUr, SwartaaMr, Fa. FKNNTNOTON. N, t. rr.NNINUTON SCHOOL FOB SOTS. Tinar.lH.piWMWl..,. HWWHVW.I.M,WMa bo I X, PcBDIDttaD. N. 1. mm . tmmlA .r. ..nl, ikUulMlamu. HIOHTSTOWN. M. t. Mi InitHute far bey. Addraa K. A high cltaa college pre. paratorr boarding achool V, SWlSTLANU, Boa Z. Blthtatow N.i. BlBy B'way at 42nd St. nCsfe-l 'Rbone ! Bryant for Reservsilons. have been reporting ease of typhoid wtfn the despatch Insisted upon by the Health Department The rapid spread of the. disease has led some of the investigators to conclude that hare and there cases were either not. reported at. all iw were not re ported promptly. "We are enforcing more stringent ej) latlona every V,r." said Dr. Lederle, "but. I believe there Is only one safe way after all and that Is to require pasteurization of all milk, whether It la that for drinking purposes or cooking, tor children or adults "If the milk Is pasteurized It will he eliminated as a source of typhoid rarer germs." Washington, D. G Sept. it. Senator Jones of Washington delivered the rlrst speech in support of the equal tuiffrngn amendment to-day. No attempt Was made to get a vote on snhmlttlnir this intend ment to the States. lOUIS MARTIN'S Leading French Restaurant II36-47 Iroadway at 80th It. Mprvifp a lit Carts DINNER $1.25 (...';.) ORCHESTRA Telephone. M440 'lamnae. HOTELS AND REHT AI RANTHl GRAND FALL OPENING Saturday, September 20th Cabaret Opens Surprise Night of the Year on Broadway STERLING SILVER CUPS FOR DANCE PRIZES French Imported Souvenir 2500 Seating Capacity. INSTRUCTION. FOR BOY AND YOrNO MEN'. NEW TORR New Tar Clrr. " PRIMARY TO COLLED " Berkeley School ar for Boys TMierv-nouBTM Vaaeaagh Peaparallan for all Cellar ad TMholaal SakMla. UU?,,Z,", k fmallelaaaaa rM Oradaata bar entarl I ,..r. WSM Sflawl. Wilmli). aaal. g Lawar achMi ap.n. Mtadacadag, Oct I ItlnawaWd Oatalogaa apoa Mnllcalioa 7In SL A West Cad r. Tel rnltiebii nil De La Salle Institute t-KNTRAI. PAKK sol TH. Ida M SPth SI N iM'i'ii Tiir pa I Ron ttii' t i His I MINI NPE .to1l i iiit u fii.-i . ( bartered hi Ihc Hourl or li Lrn- ( ondueieii in th.- in -il ,,. Bmthrn roiii- Aoademlr selenilnc a ictnnierrlal Prenarcn for f old gt. t Bualm : nil )-- triillvtdnal Vtirntioti: Beat tiymnaalum m rm Day Scholara IIUYear.alkiardrrt Catalogue, dlre. BROTM1 l I Al.l Tl ' w.; Prlnrlpul. THE GROFFSCHo6l. Bova A Vouns Wc?n. BoardltiK A Om PiiptU. The PUiarer Srbotil for InrliitOuiil Afiniiloii. ti Mrfin- in uif nil! l Kills I BIlCltTIOIl t'l r xt'CT nan uuirueuin no a tii" ronjuni .up of all r.tud i mn-, the Qrotl School lla tudrntj to arrn!iHlt-h v.htc t. one vt itwrvl -ii thnu many ointr nenopit do to two yenn No KTad- to rriarci in1 nr naut Dunn or i. tllaAnuraM :h. tackuard onr Individual Inntructlba Ifdetlro! DKawara one inaivtauai mttruction 'rnoirer t'repan-i for Re gen U ami all roi cr Bxehuh location. Biuirdlug facilities Utlf gnUed Fall 'Term lllb vear- brgm Sept Wth -JS V.1 ISth St., N. V. 11 1. Jit i ol COLUMBIA GRAMMAR SCHOOL 9.ID T. AND tTENTRAL P IRK WEST PREPAHI s MORI. BOYS FOB MOUK rol LEUB8 AND IN LEH TIM' THAN iNY OTIlER SqHOOL IN MANHATTAN. All ihe practical opuraea ol Commercial Srbnohi with languages aud culture utilities added. Heglatered by negents. Primary Claasea liymnaaluni. Athletic PleM. Flayground ISOth year begins Sept. ?4. Tel 3787 RIvapaMe. la a Collaga Prapantarp School with airong PrW mary and Junior Grtdaa. Modem achool building. Larg Oymnailum. fin year begtaa ayt. lot, ttl.tl W. ttta It . b. t waen Broadway and Weat End Avanua, New York. A. f. Warraa. lalaaa. Collegiate School STy. nit CUTLER SCHOOL No. ?o vm aoth St. Hop,n& Wedurbday, Octnberr lit. Dtirtnf thlrty-sapven fSAft under one mnat ment mn thn Iwclva huBdrtq pupils ha- boVta pn-purrd for rollP and boardlnr fichoolis HruMry. Int-rmrdHitf.wid Senior rparfrnenf fiiiiliilii'il Inr 1 li ! r ii, f I, ii liv that w Jk . OuilriK ClaMa. Oytunaslum, Athletic PBm! TRINITY SCHOOL I. 'Ill l; HIM IS St.. NKH tdKa revwoKO 1 7o. Prlrnarv. liramrpar apd High Schoola Trepatcs fur All I'oUrga SOtth Year Opena September aand. Kfluin 6rItonl Ml Waal 1Mb street Tet fUt Columbui lOih ier. Llrnlteil vrHate high .":nni for boya. 'ery email groupa. Individual attention. Kipert coaching for all el.ilnllliilkiiia. U, A f lilONVf:, M llca.lmastci DELANCEY SCHOOL Hl-.NI KMI iVKNl I , ft Off It J hi wivsufsry, llili Kehmil una Culleui ri i.- ttry I'rlnuiry rn ttn tM Uoyi KlittlercartiHi Itepartineni Rruirn? CJvt, 1 TttUphont i u HlVAriMSt War book on tppllMtloti IRVING SCHOOL U it. HAY. .15 WWII HaUl b I .Irmentar . . ' rl mai v , Interm l la t i ollKlate and otnnier lal De)pl NO honit tudv ftir boyi undT Qfteeii liogi srpi 2Ath 'Pboo e ins' bci Iw llt WAV SOW AT HCffOOt MilHM.ViiS THE CARPENTER SCHOOL FOR ROYS. Ktlabll tiled law 310-.1H WEST P. Nil AV. Ili-glim Oct, 111. S-gparra for all Collegea and Hoariilug school, out to l.lli. Outdoor e&crclac dally. 1 M MANHATTAN 4 01. LP I IF. Rway an.t 1.11,1 St. Peopened Sept. 10. Virile for 1atal01.11. TABBYTOTM-ON III ItSON. N, Y. IRVINC'SCHOOL TarrrtownoB-lludaoii. N. . Prepare for all college and techslcal acbonh, J. 14. PUKllAN. A. IL. Headmaaier. Boa aft. WASBINOTON, D. a National Cathedral School tar Boya SX$tf aerea AdvaDtaietof the Capital Prepariiim for enlleee or buatneaa Flneaihleilc tleld. HlahoD! , WaaSlajrloa lEplaoopal ' Pr ja Board I ruat.