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" - ' "THE SUN, f sbyPAY, lfeBRUART 22, itl4.
far ertvtn attart sralaht and brought Into' SilRUT AT MAOKOmi IOHX, R Oafcria who waa her counsel In proceeding In which her chlMreti tried to have bar committed aa mentMlv in. competent, also had an execution Ilk. J t. Il.flt for profeaalonal service. Aa tha U.700 raised at the nnli , not enough to satisfy all of the ce utloni It Is possible that the creditors will ftt to realise on the real estate cirr.ic -j Mra. Mackenala. Her husband, who iIIm In 1107, left her real estate in thl city a flno country noma near Montlcelio nnd land In Naw Jersey. In the procc,iin brought by her children to prove htr in. snne It waa aald that Mrs. Mnekeniit should have an Income of tr.0,000, but that she had dslpoaed of part of n property for an Inadequate connlderation and had squandered much money oa Jewelry. "EIGHT BEARS" SOON TO HIT THE TRAIL Artist Doming' Trlb Bdhj- Oat fitting 'or riungo Into Wilds of tho RockleM. ffMMD BMDMUIIP It CHAT. Chlataa Mas WsrrlMt Caarartaaj far Ceatalaer WaUrfct. Chiqmo, rb. It. John M. Hart of Chicago haa tent petition to th ot!U claia of Mew Tork State and New Tork city urging cooperation In hla campaign for tha enforcement of tavrg which will afreet all manufacturer! of, all brands and klnaa of so-called butter duties, tha object being to prevent rrierchante from charging tha weight of these ontalnera when they aall food. Thera have been," gatd Mr. Hart, cat lad butter dlahaa, lard tray or food by the houeefly." William I. Wnltlron, New Jersey State Superintendent of Weights and Measures, said In a letter to Mr. Hart! The custom of dealera using heavy wooden trnyn nnd illshra for the sale of butter, lard, Ac, win among the first mat -ttr Itmstlpiteil by this department Wa found thiit mcn-hnnta were Including tha weight of the contalnera with the article old, which was defrauding tha connunur. Numerous mere-hunts were' apprehended using trays weighing one to three and one-hulf ouncts. . . "At the outset difficulty was encoun tered with somo merchanta. They as serted that they had always Bold butter iind lard In this way and saw no reason 'o change. Mirny petn'nted -In the old court to anawer tha charge, and con victions were apaedlly accured. "Poor people purchase butter a quarter of a pound at a time. If a wooden dish weighing one ounce la we.ghed In with the butter tha purchaser hae been de frauded out of one ounce In every quar ter of a pound thereof, losing one-quarter of a pound by the time a full pound Is paid for." Among tha regulations nnd require ments prepared by the Superintendent of Weights and Measures of New York Htate under chapter ,11 of the laws of t12, which became effective on Juno 1, 1111. Is the following! "Notice ButUr must be sold by ne' weight Selling by gross weight, Includ traya hhi or. woou, paprr or w pulp, uead annually In tha United Btntea by tha ratal! grooera and retail butchers, upan which to deliver to tha consumer butter, lard, meat! nnd many other fowl firoducts. Thera appear to be apeclflc awa In moat Htatea making It unlawful to charge for more than tha actual net weight contained In the package and re quiring the lelltr to print on the packnge the nat weight of Ita contents. "Where tha wrlght of the dtihra la being Included aa part of the weight of tha food product which they contain tha practice la defrauding the consumer. These dlabta uaed In an insanitary men acr are possible apreadtra of (Harare to a much greater extent, It would seem lo Aselleaeer laaale (a Rate oaara tm Par Widow's Cradltara. Sheriff Orlfenhagen'a sate at tha horn; of Mrs. Charlotte R. Mackenala of 17 West Klghty-nlnth afreet yeatarday under four writs of attachment realised about 12.700. Tha four Judgmente on whlcii executions were Isautd amounted toft.Oll. Mrs. Mackentle Is the widow of Jamcj B'.one Mackenile, who waa an officer and heavy stockholder of the Singer Sewing Machine Company and left his widow about IPOO.OOO. After Jamea McCreery Co., Franklin Simon Co. and the Simplex Automobile Company had filed execullona against the personal affect of Mrs. Mackenala James PAINT INDIAN PANELS "approilmately t0,0o0,00 pounda of wny and when detected were apprehended ing tha tray, la a violation or the ijw." 'Hint tlin Purnosc of the Trip, K5! ln iTntin anrt f 'TwlAI X ' llhTe Other PUns. I L -l - BBI sbpwi el S5 3 tiLi tr'..;. - u.h-. aeuv 1 tfre 1 Artist Bdwln H..Dam. W 'atudlo 1 -dwelling; at No. , are lldlna' tenees an cleaning rnies wwi ?gtntd'thia "dayai ' nulla anfl Wall, .tha rjemlna twins, ara flllad -wltli r9aota Ht'arletta aoesn croaa K liar nlivymate quit ao otian ana hn haa van .gltaw. aa aas .liibshii rch forDuft.hlaaaat AJrafHl pat (I'.It's not eo long to wait for June, you -'ill ... .. ...... rila-lA WIHHI iue jwara wu u"'- lotial Vfok. where Ruaalflg Anisiops, ur. Dumlna'a lllackfoot name, will n Wlilte Calf and his lllaektyot tribe a some sketches nd stoaiea ror a II .n the American Mwum ot, Natural tl2?s tho why' of 'the preHaratlona. . MAirM.jamni j. hiil. uie rail- bullder, atW sdlo In National ,. Tark near McDermottiLaka ana net .very ) kr from Manv Ulacier camp, but Mr. kenVng has to, buWVjar-for tb mem- ' ara ? the exiwlltlon and-for hla Woflc- r 'forwhen tno wars mi ioo rv n -win live in the 'open. Rlllla Hall muet also nava' 4 tapea of 'tkalr r Thayr ad to roughing: It and haa hop of. shooting eotneining ihn a waadohuck. while John, the wnhltikejperiiape. ha'U. bring down y' Moontaln goal, inai win m ioh 'for him inw tha Camp nr b of Amerloa, bla ona ambtUoa aow. mi ill 'kars mAM iiuh notad ones, including Mearletts, who, you' remember, aurprlaad taM' alley ny writing w r, dw -'- via Kxlorr SUfapsaon, and reaehadhlaa io ih Klaht Dears Include Mra. Pemlng. who will gather maUrlal for other Indian folk lore tales, and Alden and Kathryn,, tlie elder Dcmlng daughters. The only ona of .the Uears mlxslng will be poor old' off. John's friendj who -disappeared twa sjMtiths ago and who haa not ahown us elnre. John says (he expedition W)U have ta go In mourning for bis loss,, bi)t Henrietta hope W t. hef eye on one af Wbjte Catfs dogs and maybe Pf aaade the chief to appease John'a sotrew with a nreiwnt. The expedition starts In June and will ka gone axut three months. At National 'Olacler Park a band of Blackfeet In dtans will Join the Demlnrs and go with Jiheni to Chief MounUln, which will form .the background for the lllackfeet panel W the museum. White Calf, the Black Teat -chief, adopted Mr. Dcmtng fifteen .years ago and named him Running Ante lane after n bosom friend and com panion. The red men will welcome their .(White brother and then pose for hla Bkatchea, which will be painted when the Bears return to the nlley In the autumn. All the Hears will travel on horses ''uxeept the twins, who will have ponies of their own to ride. They can do It too. 'lf any one may Judge by the furious ! gallop about the alley on tha hobby- borne, which Henrietta's letter brought "lo .no. 5. Kite, by the way, aaya she ''won't take her stove, which realty cooks. rlx-Cani!o Mrs. White Calf will furnish ona ta whole lot better, and there will be cooking Eiilorc while the party la on Its Vai' tn Two Medicine Camp, Saint Mary's (jump, uo.ni? to the Hun, a big mountain lK-ak; (lunsUht Pass nnd lake and the famoun (ioldvn Htaircaae Into tha lofty twci .Mountains. V t fourth. Birthday l Wilds. ' Blllto hnd Hall will spend their fourth i blrthduy in the Ulacier National I'aric i They t.ty they Iniend to hunt big gams in ma wjius qi ine noCKlen, Mr. and Mrs. UemlnK were In that part of the country come years ngo. They will meet MofrMt nlfl frlenilu nmnnv I h-rvi Th,.u 1 Bears, that's nn Indian this time, an old i chief of the lllackfeet: Dawn Mlat, an i Indian rrlnccas, and I.aiy Boy, a re- 'nowned enemy of the A iw Indians and 1 an honorary member of tt.a Explorers Club of Chicago. Tho trail, with Running Antelope In the 1 lead, will follow the o.d Travols trail, formerly- used by the Indiana but now a jnodern motor road through the Olacler Park- of Montana. At Chief Mountain tha younger Hears will eU!r first In- djan piediclne, danee oa tha Fourth of' Jiuy. i-ine party will be just In Uma ror tMs festival .of Xht Biacktoot tribe. . Mr. Demlng will use his camera aa wall as his brush on the expedition and Jtahn hopes to be snapped In the act of hooting the desired goat The Bears will Aop' with the Indiana and carry their fpes -on their horses aver the trails. One cf Mr. Demlng prtllmlnaryatudies tast'thu Indian Hall In tha museu.n la now delayed at the Plne'Artii Building. He tfltio painted a' series of Indian 'pictures for Mrs. K. H. Ilarrtman, now part of her collection of works of .American .ar tists. Mrs. Harry Hayne Whitney, whose attidlo Is well known to the Demlnr kids If) I the alley, also has rome of their! ratnej-ii woik. tiiw new series win in eVide eight panoW. eadi one 10x25 feat yyappocKETS fall duo tiap. Oateetlve, fratendlag a tteaa, larea Two Thieves a Hiss. :jpftectlve Patten of tha Hamburg ave. ftia station, lirooklvn. henrd that plck pockcts were oneratliig at the elevated itaton at Broadway and Myrtle avenue, reoklyn, n he becamq very drowsy thera ir'y ymtrrilnv morning. A fat wallet bulged hi" pocket and "a, thick gold chain duriKred from his vest He snored loudly. Kc6n two sharp fared young men Hkd him over, and then one -of them ttcjilAd Vatten's none to make sure that ), ., IIKv n. detective nearly had gji'oiilexy holillntr lack n sneese, but euc-nld-l. Th'ii the young men took poa-ii';-Kt!jn uf hla wallet and wcr strueclln XjHb tho koM chain when Patten Jumped knocked one of the men down and reached for the other, who dodged him, r;i,'ilontiilrH nnd hopped aboard a train, which nulled out too nulckly for the de- fcijtlve to follow. Patten arrested the eun he hnil knih4Uet down, whn wild w iNlcholaH fjahrlelle, 23 years o'd. of fc-vriteepth nvenue and Svnty-fourth tieet. Ho wan held- In 11,000 for the ',1'ind Jury. The police say he haa a vollee rerorrt. aafjaLasaK B iBV, 5 i lttV ... sVVWaaBK aVaK iVlaBlBH flfc .... t - .ieKf H ' " ' ! I r.Wi BagaTaTaTJaTJaTI '.mi aTJaTJaTJI 1 U.UUU Man rower J&B i.uuu man rower ; mm u f aaaxaaawamwawa. m galffifrl' i VA WM I mm u ar'(gafJagJrr- : I W aH ' aTJgam afaTaBBBBBWaaB-B BaBBB THE Overland plants employ 10,000 men and produce 200 cars a day. This is the largest production of its kind in the world. Whereas the average factory employs less than 1000 men and often produces only 2 cars a day. The difference between 10,000 men and 1,000 men and 200 can per day at against 2 cars per day is so enormous that the number of material manufacturing economies which the larger production can effect must be apparent even to the most uninformed. And that is why we can market this car for less than any other manufacturer in the business. See this car at our dealer's. It is beautiful, graceful, powerful, economical and remarkably efficient and it cost you fully 30 less than any other similar car made. The Willys-Overland Company, Toledo. Ohio C. T. SILVER MOTOR COMPANY, Distributor. ' HEARINGS OX. MUX SUPPLY. . , M'llt Be (Uvea ky Caaamlaataa Ap- pointed by (lav. niyaa. ' XijNT, Keb, '21, At a recent meeting tti'Uie commission appointed by Oov, (Ittin to Inquire Into what changes shoult be made lb the laws of the Htate relative to: tli. production, distribution and In p4stlon of milk It waa decided that sub committees nf.the commission hold hr nga at nurrale, Rochester. 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