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THE SUN, SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 9, 1913.
EGGS STILL GOING UP; MILLIONS IN STORAGE ?rlrp for Host, Mny ItVnrli fonts Housewives Plan New Crusade .-. WANT TO FORCK IHtOI riilrnjro ppnlops Hurry Etrtrs lliMT to Profit by Hiirli Prims in Mnrkct. WIFE ACCUSES BANKER'S SON. In Thn tvliolcsM price on nil grade" of rggs nitviino'il a i f-nt n dozen yintsnlny. Indications- continued Hint Mrlrtly fresh m rnny retail t V" rents n dozen ho fore Hie upward mmeinent -.top". The ride In prloex came In th" fiice of the furl that lliere la u Inrge mipply of eggs In rold xtnraKe III various parts of the State It Is admitted that If they were reli-nseil tlie price would drop to a reasonable figure It was learned it the. olllce of the State Health Department In Albany ) estenl.i y Hint there were, 739, (IS I cases of eggs; In stomge In the State on September 1. There are thirty iloxens of eggs In a mt-e, whli h means n total of I2,l7:,,:n dnzenx, or !(, 070,2(11 eggs. The Federal eimtM of the State 111 I'.'IO showed population of f,l 1.1,271'. Storage plants In New York city alone hold n.l.",,"in;t c,'i!e., or U'o.MD.'-tn eggs, on September 1 It Is not believed the stores have bun decreased mm h since then. Honimltpi to I'muilr Auoln. In lluffiilii there were I J'.,'1''U case?. In Albany .. s.aya cases and In Troy ,"i'.,S!' rases. I'rlccs In and n round AIIi.ni rangti from ti to fid rents a dozen, depending upon the quality. The National Housewives tongue be can a crusade early laft winter to redure the price of eggs and succeeded 111 Induc ing eve Scalers to put told storage, eggs, labelled as such, on the market In large quantities Kresh .eggs were then re tailing from 15 to fiTi rents a dozen, and many unscrupulous dealers inil been sell lug cold storage iggs for ftcsh. Airs. .lull. mi Heath, national president of 'he lenguc. appealed to housewives to buy old storage eggs, anil tin1 price dropped to .'' cents a dozen Many deal ers who had never handled storage eggs put them on their stands nnfl did a rush t tilt business It Is said that the Na tional Housewives League will inaugurate another crusade soon Tm: St N received a despatch from St. liul last night that with cold storage ejj holdings reported ns "Unlit" In that i ty cniiiml'sloii men said good eggs could h.i.l .it 3 rents a duzin. Th" comml . m men iefus.il, however, to mako an etimite of the numlier held In Mortice. lilcnico IIku Hurried Here. The report of the Commissioner of lle.iltlt of New Vork, who under the llren n.in cold strnngc law Is empowered to leul.ite cold storage plant, shows that on September 1 there weie l..,29n,4!t pounds of butter In cold storage In this S.ate line plant In New Vork city car i! i14u7,:sii pound". Two stoingc plant in Uli.iny reported S73.397 pound" The total iiumN'i- of pounds of poultry In Morale on September 1 was 3,740.9 lrt. "arl nil the poultry, fiesh and salted meat In cold storage Is In this city, CmcAiiO, Nov. s. Thiee million dozen i'C; are In cold stoiase In Chicago at present, a representative of the Austin i 'old Storage Company said to-night. Other cold storaKe ottlclals ailtnltted that thl supply Is hclng held In the belief that the price of eggs will be forced to 1t cents In Chicago before Christmas. Until a few weeks aso Chicago cold storaKe warehousis held .1,000, (mil dozen KK". AblUt 2,0(10,11011 dozen were sent to Arret! al I'oothnll (lame Sequel Klopentrnt, Twcnto.v, N, J., Nov, S. ltobrt Me. Klilowne)' unwillingness to miss the Harvard-Princeton football rami1 not him Into trouble to-day Shoitly nftir the game he was arrested at the. Arch Club and hrnuglit to this rlty to be held till h glies n $r.,00 bond for his appearnnre In New .lei hey when wanted. McTIIilowney Is a sou of Henry Clay McKld-wney, iiresldent of the t'nlnn Trust Company of I'lltsburg, one of that city's hlggcst banks, Ills troubles begun Inst Kebiunry when ns a Junior In l'rlncr .on he made a trip to WtltnlnRton, where he, miirrlfd Miss Ci cilia Strahowskl, a blRh school girl of this city Two weeks later MeKldowney quit the university and returned, to his homo In Pittsburg. Some weeks later MeKldowney sent for his wife, whose father, Michael Strahow skl, Is one of the custodian's force .it the State House III this clly MrKblow -ney broke the news of bis marriage, to his family. Tlds was followed by a family row, which remitted In vouiir Mrs. MeKldowney being temporarily r.-.reil for b the family of her father-in-law's cl'.aiilfi u r, A li.wver urRed a separation and It Is allcgul induced the youiiK wife to sign such an aRreemeiil by representing that under tlm I'cnnss Ivnnla law she could not claim more than onthlrtl of hor hlisbanil's llirnme. VounR MeKldowney was then In the employ of the National Tube Works at lid a mouth, Since then Mrs. MeKldow ney. wlni has returned to her father's home, has been receiving a monthly allowance of $1.1.33 from her husband. To-day p.ipi rs were tiled In the Couit of Chancery In a suit by Mrs. Mcllldowney for suppoit and maintenance ns an abandoned wife. VIce-Chancellor Hack.s granted the wilt mulct which youiiR McKldowne) was UPLIFTED MEN JOIN IN BOWERY JUBILEE Ten Tell of Climiinr Itixk nt Mission Brotherhood's (VIHirntloii. IS THIRTY- ForitTII YKAK (tntiWinir Shows Rctfinninjr mid Knd of Work to Snvc City's Drrolicts. slon'M success has been so lonstunt and benellccnt " A featuie of yisterday's tneetliiR was the iledliatlon of one-enr-olil .lames T Hunt. Jr. r.on of one of the mission workers, to the work of the llowery Mission, COSTS MORE TO MOVE SNOW. hy I.Ike a Rlass of chalky water, eb-ai nt the top. then muddying down to a gray sediment at the bottom, was the crowd that tilled most of the benches nt the llowery Mission Inst night for the brother hood evening of the thirty-fourth mini lers.iry celebration of the mlsflon. A visitor had only to look down from the neatly ilicsscd men on the plutfoim to the miserable wieoks In the back seats to leallze what the llowery Mission broth erhood has dope for some of Its membeis and to appreciate the material It has to work with, Tom c.re.ne Is speaking. His well pressed black suit and stlrf bosom shirt and Ktneral upright Inuring might stamp him as a bookkeeper or clerk. Really lit is Janltoi or superintendent of a bin downtown office building. Vet not quite cnr ago loin Urune wandered Hit Conrl t'liholds Contract Mnilr Commissioner Ciliinrds. Supreme Coin t .IliMlrc Pendleton op ioid yestird.iy the contract made by Sheet Cleaning Connnisslonet IMwards with the Helmont Contraitlng Company foe the removal of the snow from Man hattan streets the coming winter at 56 cents a cubic yard, aniilnst 13 cents paid Inst ear. Commissioner lMwnrds's contract with the llelniont company was opposed In a I tnxpiyer's suit In the Interest of a r.val I coiieet n, on allegations that the lletmoiit i company was not the lowest bidder. Com t mlssloner TMwa-ils ri piled that the He. mnnt concei n was the lowest n sponsible bidder, and that while the prlco to b paid Is far above that of Inst year, there was gieat difficulty In having the snow r moved last year. wmmm MM CARS "BLIND JOE" KILLED BY AUTO IN BROADWAY' Aycd Nf.siiwm'i Skull Kmc. lured Five Oilier Acei dents oiiuin Hies. A hrmttifii! par. finished in Dark Blue with Rich Red Striping; Spanish Leather Upholstery, Double Service Headlights, Rain Vision Wind-Stield arc a few of the striking external features of the licw Four-42 An inspection of its chassis in detail and an oppor tunity to test its power and exceptional easy riding qualities ON THE ROAD will more than fullfil your expectations. FULL DELC0 ELECTRIC SERVICE Will you arrange to take a road demonstration at your first opportunity? Two, Four and Five Passenger Models with full equipments. $1750 Moon Motor Car Company of N. Y. 237 West 58th St. At Broadway. anested The young mall was taken to I the llowery MUslon with s rugged coal Hi nd Joe MeKerwItt. C.S years old. who n hotel In this city In charge of a depm still Iff He made efforts to communi cate with his father, who Is at the Holland House In New York. Th alimony suit Is returnable In Trenton No- ember IS. piiiii.d up to cover his undershirt, no h;"' kepi " hcnsit.mil for jwirn at Sixty, socks, one shoe and an overshoe on im,. sixth street ami Coluiiilni" avenue, and feet. his friend Peter Cilnou of ,H0 West He l telling what the biothtrhood ht llro.idwai, wee run over by an aiitomo- done for liltn. Ten Tell of Climbing Unci.. JERSEY ROADHOUSE KEEPERS ARRESTED Six Persons Held in Joy Iidinr ('uses Two (iirls I.cnp From Atito. And how about the fellows In the t,ack row, the joung fellow who twitches an I I has the pallor that conies from cocaine , the in. in past middle ,ig with staring es and half opened mouth, who hai . main--,, ,,.- r,,-.-,3 ,m .inn ll Iiretl ' ... t.-..-.l., 1....... .....1... .1 1....- ... i.,t, ',.i m r, .,ini-, tin- uii.ri in.i'i with steel rimmed gl.istes and falluie written all oer him can the brotherhood Ho anything for them? Ten speakers last night said It could. (They were men who had Joined the j brotherhood a year or more ago, hud found work through It and were there to I tell alsiut It One story will do for them i alt. I "I was biought up by Christian par I ents, " one brotherhood member said. 'I ran with bad company, then drink got ni". I forgot my folks. I had a wife too, and I diverted her. The brotherhood gave m I I bile opposite mind .loe'a stand last night Milieiwltt died in tire Pol clinic Hospital. Ills skull was fractured Crlnon had four ribs broken and his luns were punctured He was taken to the Itoosevelt Hospital Crlnon wa In the habit of calling at the newtstand each night to put Itlltid Joe safcl aboard a cn. As they were i standing near the crosswalk an automo bile owned by A. Shrwln of the lintel, Ahsou:.i and driven hy August J. Wright of '.'no WeM eighty .ninth street bowled them nvr. Policeman Wlmiegar took Wright to the Wet Klxt -eighth street station. The chauffeur (Iceland the accident was un avoidable and the illce let him go. Mrs. Mary Kltp.itrick and her daughter, llesrle, of tlj West Sit -sixth street, de- eland later that the chauffeur was drl- eond Hon at OIK recaiessiy, w , Tnr.NTov. N J.. Nov. As a reult of Investigations conducted by County Prosecutor Devlin Into a number of auto mobile Joy ililes which have shocked the eiiiiitv flvM men iiml voiinLr elrl were arrested to-day on stories told by girls. I ' J"" ' "in. .oik i i oai me ioiks Kintsi in mat city last nli.ht b an nut Ah soon as Mllnd Joe was admitted In the Polyclinic he was put on nn operating table. Mis. llilcn Saengei , to years old. of .in etit 1 1 .spit I ,isl 'iui.tr I ill i- . lie a lift, and here I am to-night, sober, with Sprlugileld av ciiue. Newark, was The present h rusts grow out of the story told to Uevlln by Mary King, 10 yeais old She said she was taken out In an automobile on election day by the three men arrested, had too many In- j toxkatlng drinks and that then the al leged criminal nets were commuieii. Two jears ago another Joy riding party hnd a number of drinks In the same mad house keeper's plnee and on their return The mission brothel hood goes about It this way: When a man Intimates that he Is ready to ipilt whiskey and pull him self together he gets a card that reads "I deelnre that It Is mv desire and determination by the help of f!od to live a good, true, clean, honest and sober life, and I ask that my name be enrolled as a member of the llowery Mlslnn llrotherhood I also pledge myself to to this city their machine was run Into j abstain from the use of nil alcoholic the river and four of the party, two young men and two girls, wire drowned. The prisoners are Charles W. Hutchin son. 21 years; l.e Hoy Smith, Is years; Hairy IHlatush. 22 years, and Hazel I Jetty, IT years old Abe C.oldbcrg, pio prletor of the Kdlnburg road house and IaiuIs Schmidt, proprietor of the Wilbur tha road house. Newark, N. J., Nov. S. Two girls were Injured early to-day because they Jumped from un automobile In which they say two young im-n tried to mistreat them. The girls are Carrie Miller. 21 jears. and Klnrcncc Franks, 2" years. They told the police they met two oung men I new member work In Market street at midnight last nignt. They had met the men once before. They drinks, as a beverar;.1 If the man Is hungry the brotherhood feeds hlni and asks him to come back. When he comes again he gets anothtr card, which sas. Kinds Work lor .Members. "This card Is given you on your public declaration that It Is our desire and determination to live nn upright life. Keep It hy you as a reminder of this serious act of yours. Hod has promised to help pin, Seek by prayer and faith His continued aid and you will succeed" Then the brotherhood tries to tlnd Its N.w Vork this week, when the price of say ine men promiseu m .ire im-m numc. cr.-b In the metropolis Jumped out of but Instead, drove them almost to Irving sight. The Chicago holders were eager J ton In spite of their protest, to set Into a Held w htire the orotlts were I When the automobile was elowlng down so lare. The retail price of eggs In Chicago to d.iv ranged from 42 tu t cents after ibmblni steadily all week. to round a coiner the girls Jumped. Miss Miller's bend was cut nnd Mls 1'ranUs was cut on the face and hands. Nn one. got thn numb' r of the car. According to llgures given out last night, the brotherhood In live jears has placed 20,ST!i men and less than S per cent have fnlled In their Jobs. The programme for the unnlverearv celebration of the mission started on Fri day and will close next Sunday night President Wilson has si nt a letter ex. pnsslng his gratification "elong with that of all thoughtful per 'ins that the mis- An Autocar Investor's Satisfaction 'maijkkt Eimtm Streets fiLET.". SevbsjtW stcct THw ee mi uv.t. a on ,simi b t i PHIXADJJBIVPKJA OotobtirSl, 1913 TheTAutooar.'COBptny, Ardmore;-Pnria Centle.uu.t- Irf reply -to your; inquiry "would'ay' ou Autocwt errlo'h been'iatlBfaotory. The'faot tbat ue art no giving' you an Order for fourr&dditional oars, mating" total of 'twenty two cari, isi uffloient' evidnoe"ofour satisfaction. Yours very'truly. mobile driven by Arthur Sanders of lti South Sixth street Newark. The aicl dent inclined .it Sprlngtled avenue mid Itedford street, a short distance from th" wnman's home Sandeis was alrestid and held for maiislaughter. lie s.i.d the woman rati directl in front of hN ma chine. A tnxlcab. nwnid and drlvin bv Vigil Alexander of 2 3 2 West Thirty-sixth strict, ran Into a Sixth avenue car at I'ortleth street jesterday afternoon. Tin... women weie slightly Injuied Mrs C H lie Witt. 3T. years old, of 63rt Park nveuile was In the taxlcab. She reirlved lacerations of the face arid several scalp wounds Mrs Winifred Mitdcn of "an Amsterdam av.iiue and Mrs. Masrli.tt of f,n: Am sterdam avenue, who were In the forward end of the strict car. suffered from shock All three women weie treated by an am bulance surgeon and went home. William Mullock, ;s jeais old, a fanner of S3 Washington avenue, M.i rlners Harbor, Staten Island, was struck cstcrday afternoon by an automohil, near his home He was Injured nbom tho head and bod He is In a serious vhi it the mitoiiiiibtle .wn.'i Mrs leion of Ii..iig,ni II. t!s, and driven hy John Sauii leis. lilt him Ti e "Id mn, did i .it sre ih.. ni.ichim. S Hinders was not ar rested. .I. :m T Shaw. T'i ear old. a tetiied I kkeepel of 'Jl't.t .les", inline llVelille. Voiiki -s. t.is kno.'K.d ilowii last ii. nt In i louring c.i,' at Jess. inline and P.ilmr avenins, that city. An nrm wa broken w ., i imi il. li il t The di Ivi-r pill ni' lull sp.ed after the m Ideiit an I s, ,i..rii with a car full of pnseng. i going ! tin illi.ctloii of New Vm k ity Sh,, w.i sent tu St John s lllvelslde Hispltal. ' .. i; M Hill. Wife ot foniier Colli modi I' i! M if the l.aiclimunt Ync lit Clnu ot New Itochille, and In r childn n IM v!atd .mil Jill. a. wi'i -'it't If -.i.ii bv in automobile driven by Itudolpli I'lSi'llel. .1 Wllule.Hle h'i'l.'l ib 1V1 n Main . tret t. Ili.tt village Mis Hills kull is L.teved Pi hit' ! -II ria'tllied Tie. children escaped set ions lnjui le-caus" tin It Mlilllel J ll.'lle,. tin 111 ahi.oi it ilO' as the ni'tcliiue i.iu bet down i-'is, her sntd all llun steppid itlri ' In firm. of his l-ll He Wit', .inisteil I '. t tooi the mother and children to the New Charlee V Hull. TT je.irs old. a re tit. , i lit it ss. ! ii, i ii g at . ; llfith str.el, was sttuek bv a two horse Muck last night while dossing eighth i venue nt llyth stteet nnd died shoitly afterward in t' Haileiti Hospital The dii of ti.. wignn escipud MAJOR N0RM0YLE HONORED. linesl of Pli.sleliinn of the Heserve Corps. Helical M.i mi James i; Nornio le, who had 1 ch ilge of the L'lllted States arniN's rillef wmk nfter Ih.' Mississippi Hoods of PM2 ' and tin II Is In til. itnddli West Inst spiipg and who made tile veterans' le. I union encampment at Hettysburg a great I success WHS the gin st lit the Hotel lllillllKI N l l.ltllsl 'II M' R U A MASON? yes, 70 Years a Mason and SOline innv last night of the Medb il Itcs,,e I I olps. i The eoips !s i omposi i of physli inns i I sum, uii.s of tin. and othei cities who I at. tin us, ne of the Medli.il Corps ot tl." Cn.no States .trin. and who . t . I i.ill. d int" ,t tix i s" i vie. when th- ami. I need.- thun Thitty of the resiiv, nut I MhJoi Noiiio1. last night and ciiiiut I ill il. d i. nn on 'lis achieveoieiits Among ' those piesitit w.r. Hr. Simon H.uucli. Dr ' Thoni is iMrliiigton, In ICIrli.it il Sle. of 1 Swiftw.it-1. Pa.. Itr. II. Shiildan H.iketel, In Walt, i M Hneknei. Dr. M.ver M IMert I'r Hetii (' Cue. In. William C Pit' h of New Vork and tr. ileorge S. , Ci.iniptnn of Philadelph'a. Furmtutc mv' One Spot Cor. Myrtle Avs. and Bridge St lilionki.l . . HARVARD MEN AT THEATRE. IMd Xollilnv. lion- U.-vlllsh I linn I'llcl. I'.ipef ill Miott I. Ills. 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