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THE SUN, THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1914.
CARUSO HEARD 90
k MILES BY WIRELESS
riiilndclpliia and Ships at Set
t Get Tenor's Notes by
SEW APPARATUS TESTED
Successful Experiment Also In
cludes Oral Tidings of the
Full of Tnmplco.
Wireless operators at Sandy Hook, Bea,
Gate and Atlantis Highlands and on Milps
leaving the harbor, together with scores
of amateur wireless enthusiasts In Greater
Js"ew Tork and along the Jersey coast,
were, mystified yesterday afternoon over
hearing .through their receivers the voice
of Caruso singing. This was possible be
cause the head piece receiver used In
wireless telephony Is similar In principle
to that used In telegraphy.
Most of the delighted ones did not know
to whom they were Indebted for the '.anned
solos of the great tenor, but It wasn't long
before some of them found out that the
concert was n part of a wireless telephone
test made by tho Marconi Wlreleas Tele
graph Company at Its station on tho root
of the Wanamaker store In this city. Not
only Trere the tenor's phonographic tones
clearly heard by the operator at trie wire
less station at tho Wanamaker store In
Philadelphia but a commercial message,
dealing with ordinary business of Uio day,
was communlqated by voice through the
mlr for the first time from New York to
Incidentally the M.irconi peoplo had a
talk with the Seuthern 1'aclflc steamship
Antilles, which sailed at noon for New
Orleans. At I o'clock a wireless was re
reived from David Sarnoff, aboard the
Antilles, saying that the telephonic op
eratic selections sent out from the Wana
maker station had been "received."
TVIrrlrss Xrtva From Tamplro.
At 7:35 o'clock last evening a cable
message from Vera Cruz, received at 7 :S0,
u telephoned by wireless to the An
tilles and the ship's operator got It when
the ship was about t.eventy-IUe miles off
the Scotland lightship. Ho relayed it by
wireless to the Marconi station at Cape
May, from which point confirmation of Us
receipt was telephoned to the New York
sender. The cable read as follows:
"The following cable has been received :
Admiral Mayo leports that Tamplcu will
fall by 9 o'clock to-night. The Federal
gunboats Vera Crm and llravo aro pull
ing out of the river und going to sea, leav
ing Tampko to Its fate. People arc now
leaving the city before its fall."
The tests were- made by Frank A. Hart
and H. Kineat Campbell of tho engineer
ing department of the, Marconi company,
lloland ("niiio, one of the company's most
expert wltelets opeiators. was In cliargo
of tho wtallon. The tests started soon
after tho Antilles started on her Journey.
It wasn't long before wireless men
waitln for ordinary radiograms began
to hear through their receivers the voice
of Cnruso and tho sound of a man talk
ing und countlmc slowly and deliberately.
They knew of course that they were pick
ing up wireless telephone tints anil then
they started to wireless aiouud to find
out at what station tho experiments were
being made. Several amateurs culled The
Bun by tflephone, for enlightenment.
When tho word got around that tho
iWanamakcr store In New York was com
municating by wireless telephone to the
Philadelphia store, Messro. Hart and
Campbell began to receive Inquiries by
old fashioned telephone us to what was
going on. It wasn't Intended that tho
news should get out prematurely and con.
equently the young engineers wouldn't go
into details. Will Gash, John Wana
maker'a contract manager, was also loath
to talk about the events of the day, but
later Issued u statement confirming the
auccess of the tests.
All the Mraanges Verified.
There was sending only and no re
ceiving in the experimenting here. Aftor
message had been sent out tho operator
in the Philadelphia store would reply by
radio-telegraphy that It had been re
ceived and then he would repeat what
was said. Ho didn't attempt to imitate
The operatic music was sent on Its way
to delight the cara of operators aboard
chips liy placing the trumpet of a phono
graph clow against the sender of tho
The Atlantic Communication Company's
atutlon at SnyvHlo didn't hear the concert
because It wasn't listening, but Its operator
did pick up a telephonlo message pent by
Mr. Hart to Mr, Sarnoff aboard tho
Chief Engineer V, M. fUnirnli of the
Marconi company said last night that the
tests between New York and Philadelphia
were a success.
Tho Marconi company received a cable
despatch csterday from William Marconi
in England that he had completed his
wlreloas telephone tests and that the
apparatus w.is an entire success. The
Ilrltleh company will now b-gln construc
tion of sets for the Italian navy. They
are guaranteed to maintain eoimnunlcu
tlon between ships over a distance of
about thirty-two miles, although In prac
tlco tney have been tried successfully over
a much gnitcr distance.
Cublo despatches received jesterday
from ilerlln told of wireless telephone ex
periments In which muHlc sent by wire
lees from Nnuen was plulnly heard In
Vienna, 6uu miles away.
MRS. BERUS GETS DIVORCE.
Iirnllm's KaiiKbter Sa) I'rrtriulril
l.Mer Hud Sertrd Term.
Supremo Court Justice Donnelly granted
a divorce yesleiilay to lllanche Wolff
Herns, daughter of a wealthy Harlem
iienusi, in ii sun against Hei man ,llerus,
rlerk in a lawyer's office. Herus
iloped with MIhh Wolff in 1912, but Hie
left him after a few weeks, alleging he
luul deceived her Klin said she married
him on his imprest Million that he wits
repntablu law) it with a large Income,
whoreas. hh alleged, ho Hasn't a lawyer
ut all and had rervcil a titrm on Jllack
Mrs. Herus sued fur divorce on tho
ground that her husband went to the
Hotel Onird with a woman unknown to
her Herns called witnesses In an effort
to prove that the woman hu took to the
Hotel (.itri.rd a his wlft.
TWO BIRDS IN SCARLET AND
SABLE PAY CITY HALL VISIT
Tanagers Tarry for Brief Call on Way Northward
Many Wild Geese Stop Here in
Two thick breasted birds whoso bodies,
flamed from beneath long black wings
volplaned Into City Hall Park yesterday
afternoon, skipped gracefully across the
greensward and sat ducking their heads
from side to side us If to catch a hint of
what all the excitement was about. The
forever chattering sparrows raised their
gossipy notes and flew from treo to tree
In perfect frenxy of alarm. The Idlers
and thoM- who were not Idlers stopped to
lean against the lawn railings for a look
at tliu strangers.
Some ono threw a bit of applo on the
green and tho two newcomers immediately
began to make themselves at home. They
sat pecking away at their niial while the
curious looked at them. They wcro nut
moro than five feet from the railings and
their self-possession In so numerous an
assembly aroused the wonder of the on
lookers. After half an hour or so they
flew to the trees and then streaked away
over the City Hall and the skyscrapers
to tho northward.
Tho birds such as those seen yesterday
aro scarlet tanagers and bird loicrw know
them well. They havo red bodies with
black wlygs and tall, the latter Inclined
to polntedness. They aro allied to the
finch. They probably came originally from
llrazll but those een yesterday did not
leave their native Jungle because of nny
recent bespectacled disturbance there. Tho
birds have long lived In tho southern
States and It Is their custom to come
north every year, even going to Canada.
They nre a eort of second cousin to the
cardinal bird of llcrmuda, which Is red
from beak to tall.
l)r, William T. Hofmulay said last night
that those seen In City Hall Park yester
day would probably spend tho night In
Central Park, would reach llronx Parle
somo time to-day and would then proceed
by ensy stages to the northward. They
do pot nest here, but during their brief
stay become so tamo that h person may
walk within n few feet of them. They aro
o pretty that one wishes they might de
cide to remain with us. Jleports from
Long Island and West Chester also In
dicate Uio presence of many tanagers
there. Golfers especially noticed tho
tanagers, tho closely cropped putting
greens being tho faiuIte. resorts of the
Many wild geese, mallards, blue wing
teal and other members of tho duck
family havo been -een around Staten
Island and Inc Island recently and they
havo given Indications that they Intend
to summer there. Ir. IloniaaUy ex
plained last night that tho rcsisvm these
birds have not gono further north as
usual Is that they are now protected, and
more and more of them will nest In this
vicinity. North of Maryland tho law
now saves these blrdJ from the spring
hunter and during the lost winter many
of them, having got the tip from some
Adds Porcelains and Antiques
to Metropolitan Art
PART IS ON VIEW NOW
New Fnintinsrs and .lupnnesc
Prints Also Interest
It was announced yesterday at tho
Metropolitan Museum of Art that the
museum under tho wilt of the late John
L. Cadwalader had received as a be
quest tho better part of tho furnishings
of tho Cadwalader residence In Kast
Fifty-fifth street, Including Hngllsh furnl
uro of the eighteenth cmtury, Chelsea and
other European porcelains of the same
period, and ornamental bron7.es, chlctly
of Oriental origin.
This bequest doubles In slr.e and im
portance the museum's collection or
English furniture and makes possible a
display of Chelsea porcelains second only
to that of the Hrltlsh and South Ken
sington museums, so Director Ilobinson
nald. Most of tho seventy-six pieces 01
Chelsea in the Cadwalader bequest were
made during tlio years 1 "00-65. the llf
teen years during which this factory pro
duced Its most notable work. The table
waro Is the best of Its kind and In
cludes most of tho known varieties of
colored backgrounds and modelled and
Among tho Interesting examples of or
namental ware aro a pair of candlesticks
In the form of a Chinese lady and gen
tleman, each under an Intricately dowered
pagoda, after models attributed to Ilou
blllac, a French sculptor who for years
producd tho tines t slatuettee mado at
the Chelsea factory.
Tho furniture In Mr. Cadwal'ader's be
quest represents tho style of Chippendale
In all of Its variety. With the exception
of a lacquered table, a lacquered corner
cabinet, a mirror and three chairs, all of
which date from tho early eighteenth cen
tury, the furniture Is of mahogany and
of the period of 1740-60. Tho thlrty
threo pieces aro almost all of equal merit,
but tho line early Chippendale wall table
Is especially typical of tho Intricate work
manBhlp employed by this designer about
A portion of the bequest has been
placed upon view In the room of recent
accessions on the llrst floor. Heto too
are shown an old painted pane), attributed
by Hernhard Hertnson, the authority upon
Italian art, to Sano dl I'letro, a Klenueja
artist, and shows tho Queen of Hheba pay
ing her celebrated call upon Holomon In
all his glory.
Two new American paintings aro shown,
one by Douglas Volk, culled "Mttle Mil
dred." and one by I.con Dabo, called "The
Cloud." "Mttlo Mildred" win a purchase,
but "Tho Cloud" was nil exchange made
by the museum with tho artist for a pic
ture, by the artist already owned by tho
museum. Until the museum and the artist
report themselves as pleased with the
Another display of great artlbtla
Interest which opened yesterday Is of
Japanese prints, which have been given
a lurg'i gallery to themselves upon the
second lloor of the museum. The museum
has latoly purchased "00 new examples.
There Is a very line Klyonaga, among
them called "Itoiitlng Turtles on the Hu
mlda Itlver," and beautiful HokusalH,
Toyokunls and Utamaros that aro seldom
Yiddish Newspaper Inrorpornled,
The Day ruhllshliiK Company was In
coriHirated yesterday In Albany by Her
man Hernsteln, J l. Mngnes and Hernard
Kernel of this oily to publish a dally news
paper In Yiddish and HngllHh, The news
paper will appear In September. The ed
jtorlal management will be under the di
rection of Herman Horu.iteln.
where, decided not to go south at all
The result was that their food supplies
were frozen or snowed under and friends
hud to feed them for a time.
Dr. Hornaday's correspondents tell him
that becauso of tho now Virginia law
against killing robins thero are many
more of these cheerful birds about this
year than heretofore. Dr. Ho mad ay be
lieves that If tho Federal law protecting
migratory birds Is t-nforced we shall see
hosts of birds within ft year or two that
were fast becoming strangers to these
EPIDEMIC KILLS SPARROWS.
Surgeon Finds Strange Dlseasss Has
Attacked the Birds,
PiTTSBura, May 13. The loss of thou
sands or maybo tho extinction of English
sparrows is threatened by an epidemic.
accord. ng to local ornithologists whose
attention has been called to the number
of dead birds found around the city.
Dr. T, I,. Ilnszaril, senior surgeon of
the tlaff of the Allegheny General Hos
Pltal, and an authority upon the bird
llfo of western Petmslyvanla, examined
sevtral dead birds In tho laboratory of
"I found that they had ssuffertd from
in Intestinal disorder, probably arcom
panled by fover, which caused them to
stuy near pools of water," he said.
MRS. SAGE AIDS WILD BIRDS.
Sends glO.000 to Dr. Itornadny to
Fight Protection Repeal.
nr. AMlllam T. Hornaday, managing
inisiee or tne "Permanent Wild Ufe Fro
teotlon Fund." announced yesterday that
he had received a check for 110,000 from
.Mrs. l cumin ujgo, which brings the fund
up to j&u.ooo.
The Income of this fund, which Is un.
der tho control of Clark Williams and A.
Harton Hepburn, Is to be devoted to
fighting all efforts to repeal tho migratory
wild bird laws parsed by the United
States and tho various States. The first
check from the Income, goes to-day to
California, where market hunters are try
ing to nave tne runt-Carey law, enacted
last year, repealed, If the law Is re
pealed California will once more "becomo
a shambles for tho slaughter of the Pa
cltlc coast game that congregates there
In winter and spring and annihilation of
species will bo the result," according to
The fund needs 150.000 more. Its sub
scrlbers already number. In addition to
Mrs. Sage, George Ilastman of Itochester.
Andrew Carnegie, Henry Ford. Mrs. John
S. Kennedy, Max Flelschmann of Cin
cinnati, John D. Archbold, Mortimer I.
Pchlff, Frederick D. Hourne and George
MRS. NEELY SUES TO
STOP CLUB GOSSIP
Treasurer of Knickerbocker be
lief Organization, Accuses
ASKS $10,000 FROM EACH
Assorts Her Repntntion for
Honnsty Was Attacked
Strife In tho Knickerbocker llellef Club,
an organization composed of charitable
women, was disclosed In the Supreme
Court yesterday when four suits for
J10.000 each wero tiled against the lead
ing officers of tho club.
The plaintiff Is Mrs. Ethel V. Bouthack
Neely, wlfo of F. Tmnyfon Necly, for
merly a prosperous book publisher In
Tho defendants named In Mrs. Neely's I
four suits aro Julia Henrn, Kate Hum-'
phreys. Flora Hamilton and Camllle
lllrnbohm. Tho papers wero served on
the four women Tuesday afternoon, when
they were having a meeting of tho club
at tho Arrowhead Inn, Fort Washington
avenue and 177th street, at which they
wore discussing Mrs. Neely, It was
learned that the club had another meet
ing yesterday at tho Waldorf-Astoria,
which Mrs. Neely didn't attend.
In each complaint Mrs. Neely describes
herself as the wife of F. Tennyson Neely
and a prsun of good repute and credit.
She has been treasurer of the club for
tho last few mouths and had charge of
the club funds. In her complaint against
Julia llearn she alleges that the defendant
bald concerning her:
"She has collected and misappropriated
moneys belonging to this club and she has
never accounted for said moneys and has
used tho samo for her own personal af
fairs." Mrs. Neely says these statements are
Intended to charge her with feloniously
stealing money, which she says Is untrue,
as the defendant knew, or should havo
The complaint against Kate Humphreys
says that the defendant made the fol
lowing additional statements concerning
Mrs, Neely :
"We have Instructed our lawyer to
prosecute her criminally for said larceny.
Hhe Is a dead beat. We are going to put
her out of this club."
Flora Hamilton Is alleged to have said
of Mrs. Neely :
"Wo are going to throw her out of the
club and show her up to tho public. She
Is a social faker. We have notified vari
ous clubs In New York of what she has
done. She Is a fraud."
Cumtlln lllrnbohm Is alleged to have
"Slid Is a hotel beat. Wo are going to
expel her from the club, and prosejute her
Louis fcfphgel, counsel for Mrs, Neely,
refused to discuss the suits yesterday, ex
cept to say that thuy aro designed to
make members of the club stop talking,
Mm. Neely couldn't be found last night.
Her telephone address Is a restaurant at
101 West Forty-third street, but It was
said there that she and her husband left
some mouths ugo and didn't give any for
MISS BUTCHER'S CASE PUT OFF.
Women's Trade Union Member In
Court tu Defend ller.
A delegation of tho Woman's Trad
I'nlon League was ln the Yorkvllle I'ollce
Court yestorday to take part In the ex
nmlnntlon of Miss Kllzabeth Dutchcr, a
member of tho lengue, who was arrested
TueMlay with 1'aul M. Douglass, a Co
liimbla University student, while shn was
trying to malm a speech to the employees
of a department store on West Korty-thlrd
Thoy waited for two hours until the case
was called. When It did corns up the
heurlng wai postponed until to-day.
BOUCK WHITE GETS
6 MONTHS SENTENCE
Socialist Minister and T. W. W.
Follower Must Go to
APPEAL IS TO BE TAKEN
Magistrate Declares Pastor Is
Less Entitled to Leniency
Magistrate Campbell sentenced Itotick
White yesterday afternoon to six months
In the workhouse for trying to speak last
Sunday during the services In Calvary
llaptlst Church, where John D. Ilockofelter
The pastor of tho Churoh of the Social
Revolution took the sentence with cheer
fulness, announced that he would appeal
at once, said that his church would go on
In any cose and added that under like
conditions hla people might repeat the
"neighborly visit" that caused a riot In
. In sentencing White tho Magistrate
compared his case wtih that of Frank
Tannenbauin, to White's disadvantage,
"A case In many respects similar was
recently decided against an agitator not
as dangerous to the community as this
defendant, and he waa scntonced to the
penltontlary for a period of ono year and
to pay a fine of $500. Iln wn an alien
and Ignorant: this defendant Is a native
and highly educated. Instead of coming
Into this court In a spirit of humility and
acknowledging hln wrong ha Is delimit ami
attempts to justify his actions by talking
foolishly anil egotistically about tho 'right
of frco speech.'
Conduct t ailed Incomprehensible.
"As a university graduate and an or
dained minister of the gospel his fictions I
and conduct, all thlngx considered, ai
simply Incomprehensible. Still. In iny Jildg- I
ment, ho s'lould not be sent to tlie
psychopathic wai d at Uellevuc, for ob-
nervation, Ho knew pt rfectly I
well that he and his followers would not)
be 'welcomed' by the pastor ami the con-1
gregation of the Calvary llaptlst Church. '
He of all men should havo been tho last
to profane tho houso of worship and to
use It as a means of adertlslng himself
and Ills views."
Tho probation ofllcer's report un White
showed him to bo a graduate of Haruird,
'96, and I'nlon Theological Seminar . '02.
Ho was first pastor of a church ut Clay- I
ton. N. V., and then at Thousand Islands I
from 1903 to 1907, He became assistant
pastor of tho Lewis Aienue Cougrega- I
tlonal Church, llrooklyn. but left there I
In 190S to go to Holy Trinity Kplseopal
Church, Brooklyn, as assistant to tho
itev. j. Howard Meiish in tho social work
of the parish. Mr. Mellsh let him go be-
cause i.e insisted on preaching socialism,
Whlto was arrested about a year ago be-
,,un whn u t..i1t..ni:n trli-il to stoll hlM t
speech to garment strikers he called tho i
poueeiniiu . i.u.
Miss Martha Itembaugh. White's laywer.
nam last mgnt uiai sun ou.u k .... ....;
to the Supreme Court and ask for a writ
of habeas corpus. This Is preliminary to
an appeal, but on just what point has not
yet been decided. White will be taken
over to lliacKweit s isianu mis inurnm. . , . . ,1
The seven besides Whlto convicted oflOUt the rain J it W3S tOSSCCl I
making ti jublo at the church fared much
better, with a single exception.
Mllo ii. Woolman, whose record showed
that he was In St. Alphonsus's Koman
Catholic Church the night Frank Tannen
lium waa arrested, was sentenced to six
months In the workhouse. He was tho
only prisoner shown to b. In touch wlth(rjvers antJ greasy Well holeS-
"'iiis wiVe!NMary wooiman, was put on I and came through the ordei
aid" crocks Vtobnrrd'0.":
Ames and Charles C. Morrison. Emman
uel Lopez, who was beaten outside the
i church for shouting "murderers," got ten
) days In the worknouse.
Miss neinlmuich's Comment.
"While 1 do not want to appear to criti
cise the court It seems to me that the sen
was unnece!r sevU "'"abl s,' Hem':
baugh. ln tho west side pri-on white
8 "This 1ms seemed to me a travesty of
Justice. Wo are going to appeal because
we want this case tried really tried.
That's the main reason. I went 'nto
this fully realizing the danger of being
misunderstood, but relying on the courte -
our explanatory letter sent to Dr. Woelf-
kin. 1 wouldn't havo gono to that church
without sending that letter. 1 wouldn't
have felt Justllled In lifting my voice had
It not been sent. Our whole case rests on
"I am sorry that Df. Woelfkln and
others havo prejuilgfd me. That others
do not tako their view I havo two fresh
Instances to show.
"If MoglBtratH Campbell and those back
of him think that this sentence will bo a
dumper on our Church of tho Revolution ;
they will find themselves mistaken. The
church will go vigorously forward. A i
committee has already been agreed upon I
to act In my nbsenco. The workhouse h.is
no terrors for me, I shall learn moro I
about llf" there." 1
Tart of the membership of White's
church thinks ho made n mistake In try-,
lug to uppeal to Dr. Woclfkln as ho did.
Frank l:. Sheldon, next m authority to
White, said yesterday .
"I felt from tho llrst. anil so did others
In our congregation, that our pastor ought
not to go to Calvary Church and attempt
to speak. It was purely a question of the
BRYAN ON CAMPAIGN TOUR.
Stumps Pennsylvnnln for llrmocrnllc
I'ftlXADKU'iMA, Mny IS. Secretary of.
Fitatn Dryan took the stump In tho State
Democratlo campaign to-night at the
direct request of 1'rtvddenl Wilson. In
short speeches In Allentoun, Perkaslc.
South Hethlehem and Wllkesbarro he
mailo aprcali for support of the Wilson
Administration In the progressive policies
It has Instituted. Hn ntso paid tributes
to his chief for the rcmarkuhlo achieve
ments of the llrst year of his term.
At each stopping placn tho Secretary
was greeted by largo crowds.
"I thank (od that Woodrow Wilson
has set huslners free," said Mr. Iirjan at
Allentown, "and has mado It posslblo for
both business and politic to bo conducted
without bending tho knee to a little group
Mr. llrjan then mado a brief reference
to the Mexican situation.
"While It Is not my Intention to discuss
our Department business In public
speeches I am glad to rny mediation Is
progressing and we, ain sincerely hopeful
a fei-ttUmant will be, reached which will
bo honorable to the United States and
beneficial to Mexico without Involving us
In a foreign war."
PHYSICIANS END SESSIONS.
llrnsnl lleM Molvrnt for Tnlirn'ln
lUcllll, IMIIslinro; Uoolor Auiiounees.
a. . v,.r,.. o.,... v I m .
ATIUNTIf, CUT. .. J May IS - An
tdilress l.y Dr. William n.arlen Wliltn
of I' ttHbutK. In which lie declared ,en.oI
timl lieen found to be the bent BoUettt I'ur
tllft fat portion of the tubercle bacilli,
was the feature of the clnMiur KexNlnn
of the American Association of l'liysl
clan here to-day.
Tin Isolation of the typhus germ, the
The World's First Commercial Message
Yesterday at 3:45 was sent by this store to the Philadelphia
After months of experimenting the Marconi Company
yesterday afternoon succeeded in transmitting the human voice
in an ordinary daily commercial order, from the powerful station
on the'Wanamaker Building in New York to the corresponding
station on the Wanamaker Building in Philadelphia.
B'way at Ninth St.
, s .
In the year 1899 an English
cc U4- ...
'army officer bought a steamer
. 1 nnHnn
This rug was his constant
. f . t .
Companion through the long ,
ramnflifm in Smith Afrira-
Campaign in OUUtn iriCa, lie
cleDt in it Used it H! a th1f
blcHL ln lc uica 11 as 3 tdDle
ClOth J aS a Shelter tent tO keep
about in railway trucks and
Cape carts all over South
Africa; was washed thirty or
forty times, mostly in dirty
i without being worn thread-
bare or its colors faded.
That identical rug is in the
window of our 34th St. Store
Our London buver was so
, much impressed with its Wear- ;
jjng qualities that he bought a
quantity like it for OUr NeW '
v .nrc iu.virp ii ...--.l
OrK StOrCS tliey re all WOOl
, anc hand-WOVCn in Ireland,
1 100 Of these UlgS a Special
. i,, 1
introductory lot are on sale
, 4-0.Hav at a soecial nrice $8 0
1 10 Hi it &pn.Jtl JJrtt.t., qiO.DU.
Rogers Feet Company
Three Broadway Stores
at at at
Wnrren St. 13th St. 34th St. I
wane run oushovu
tiiooiHiuiiucieHlUNl( AUW DU
Mr. llarnes of .V, " l.mc. I .tick A li.iioleiio
A Pictures of Army Silent I'imieily lit sju,
discovery of which has been credited to
Dr. Henry IMotz of Now York, played no
part In the dual session because Dr. l'lotz
had mailo no request for a hearing,
Dr. Simon Klexnur of N'me
clarcd recent oxjuTlmtntal stutlit'H on no-
I II ... . .
llomyelltls coutlrm the view that In man
Infection occurs through the upper reH
plraory tract and that the virus passes to
tho central nsrvous organs by way or
tho cerebrospinal lluld and not by wa
of tho blood.
Tho iibsoclatlon elected the following
officers : 1'roslilent, S. J. MulUer of the
Itockefellor Institute, rfew Yoik. iloo
presldent. Henry Sewell, Denver, secre
tary, Oeorgo M. Knbor, Washington ; re
corder, Thomas McCrae, Philadelphia ,
treasuier. J. P. Crozer flrlffltli. Phlhulel
Phla; councillor, W. S. Thaer, llrook
lyn , representative, on executive commit
ten of Congress of American Physicians
ami Surgeons, Theodore ('. .lanew.iy,
llrooklyn j alternate, Itlchaid 1 Strong.
MISS MORGAN VISITS AUBURN.
Clili' federation I'miiinlllep I'lenaed
W llh Prison lleforin..
Al'iiuiiN, N. Y May 13, A Joint com
mitted of tho Xew Jersey-New York
division of tho National Civic Keilerutlou
visited Aubuin prison to-day to Invest 1
gatn recint refurms liiKtltnted thruugh
the eftorts of Thomas M, (Isborur. chair-
n"ln "r ""' N;''H' v"rli CommUKlon for
iiienn ii.Miirois. .miiuiik Hie VIH iurs were
MS, Anne Moriran. TI... ,.,.r,
,M,edtlie vu,',nei,'H prl.,.,,,
, Mrt. William Kami. Jr..
I thu commltten said ;
So far MM wn have tone ue. nre unll
pleaoed with dm conduct of Auburn
prlKon. find that conilltlons ha
Kreatly Improved hire wider tho i-cform
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