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THE SUN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY G, 1916.
LOTOS CLUB PAYS TRIBUTE TO CARUSO ANTHRAX TRACEiyTOFsrSr,"rlRARE PRINTS FROM p HOTOGltAPH of tlio tlamuliun Houses of Parliament at Ottawa. ' taken the morning after the Are. To the left i the beautiful library fulfilling, which was (saved by the efforts of the firemen. In the centre, behind the cloud of pmoke, rising from u part of the building destroyed, Is seen the Gothic tower, which stands in the centre of the main facade. The wing' containing the assembly chambers of tho two hoiiFos of Parliament! which were destroyed, extended to the right and to the left of this tower. renulrles thtmiKh the eons win t tin t furs FUR WORN BY BABY and hides Impottpil from roiiutiinn whrie anthrax prevails must bo sler lllited, Since the death n short while: ago fiom iitillirnx nf .lumen Slilun, l"ii Twenty-seventh stteel, llronkl.vn, a hld handler it the Woodruff Stoics of the New York Hock Company, thn De partment of Labor has derided tn reditu mend to the Kederal ilovornmont that the enforcement of this sterilization be made more drastic. JAPAN TO BE SOLf) niniiflianl Collection of "e; V 1. 0011 Impressions (,,. Fp in April. Famous .Metropolitan Open Tenor I Honor tines) at a Dinner. I n vest lira. tor Kinds Cat Skins From City Dump Made Into Wrariiyr Apparel. TAKKS II IS HAimiT FOOT The mint wlm "Ills' mu!cal y wai honored last nnrht liy Hk" uoiitlf ihpii f the Lotus I'llil" in Hi -Ir iptlet tctre.it In Weil I'lftysevci,th Ml rot ti h few men i lii have made a rounding hoIhu In tits world have been honored t thoe shrewd dreamers. Oil" II Kalm lolil liim to I"-" "lush-1 Inn f.o Unit In Iml . heart of gold ipmblned with his '" "f gold, I'l I), Cravath condensed a llnoil i com pliment to mie phrase, "tho greatest xltiKPr of our age" W -I Heinle hw testified tlt.it, tike the jut f.-ct artist ni'l gentleman, he g.r alw.i.vs .t every time nml place I lie W) hist that was In him. One after another Prank It, Litw rtnee, prrxlilctit of the club Victor Her bert. Wilton laieka.ve, Senator William Hughes nf New Jersey piled compliment upon compliment, appreciation upon ap preciation. ft In ti.mie Knrlco Caiuin Perhaps It wan Just ai well that he carefully extracted it cherished rahhit s foot from a waltcont pocket unil In It! it upon the table beside ln plnte when he at down to il. liner with the lotos folk. Otherwise hi" modesty might eaHlly have Vn overwhelmed, for Oatiiso Is a mod est man, so nuieh no Indeed that he seemed amazed, almost embarrassed, by the wealth nf adiiiinttlon pournl upon him by hl discriminating ho.ts. I I oner Loses n- llultoii. ' f the llrM evpatislvciioss of the or- mitoil, hell the cheers tere rolllnn hlKh, pup1 went the topmost pearl but-, ton of 'ill" w.itM. oat. tnstuntly twent hands were outstretched towaid the Rtiest t.1 honor nfTerinit sutwUtuto but tons. Cine of the lot wits K.tyly aecepted and fitted to place. Thr hospitality of no club coitiil rli-e more neatly to aii j sudden emerceney. I .Mote than SOD of the meinbeis of the l.otos Club, with their kucsis, wtlcumed Mr. i'Hiusti At table with ltlm and I'lesitlent Linti-nce were Vlce-Trest-dent Chester S Lord. Victor Herbert. I Wilton L.tckae, .Senator Ilushes. I'atil D. Crawith. utto II. Kahn. Knrliiue UtiinadoJ, lotiipoM'r of the new Span- ( Ish opera "i io enus" . John Itrow i. and Will .1. c.uard of the Metropolitan tipera House and the musical d I rev' I ens. Ccontlu I'olacco. ti Itavasnoll. Arthur Ho daiizky atal ntt Weil, tnd Slicnor Enrltii Socouamlllo, a retlied Yellcit of note. Ainonu th Lotos men piesent wire J. llartlvy Mitnuers, .1. 1J. Dodson, Mel ville i:. Stone, li.iy Martin, Charles W, I'rlce, Herbert S. Itotfton. lit man J. IlidKwny. '.. C. MuchiKiiiiiii, llenrj- C. .rtintie, Mltche.l ICellllel'.et , ex-Senator ' Mlliam .t i i.trh, joint narsen itnoaoes, llurtlett Wkeu. .lames c Alltn. l i ion .x. Iteinell, i yill ii, 1 1,1 her. . i-. no- mn, A ill'.. Totirrel. ItoU-it c. ciowr, Frank II Cotioter. 1 Mt Id Co-tello. Col. Kzra IV K.ite-t, .lohti Llderkin. Waltei M. Taussig. T L l.ecompte. Kra-k S. Uerrlsh, LnwM Hopklnson, J. Newton tlunn. W. ii. Jones, Horace Fletcher Kuene Meyer. Jr..' (5. l'erulli. Law 1st !. I'llcher. Wanl It. 1'. rley, Curt II. RrlshiKcr. W Ii. Klelurds, Walter f. Hunyou. Llbridt:.' li Snow. C. Otto Toussalnt. Ir W. Utrlo Maralloltl W. Walker mid Pr. Ht'itiiirU li; tl r. Laurence. riesidelit Lawrence presented Mi Caruso, suyinu "It may well be doubled whether ,.n ,. ,.,nr., . i.,lrfill r-lft Iium mi b en bestowed upon, uny man than thei CiiUA.ai, Feb tn an interview to. voice with which uatuie has endowed . mght with the 1'nited Pr. lltnry l-ord Slgnor Caruso. And the foundatlim I declared that hl (ictce work is Jut be which n.ituie aave he has improved liy ginning ceaseless industry until to-day he Is not; "Within a we. k.' lie said. "1 w.ll n onlv the itio.t glorious of singers hut a new my efforts -trong.-r thai .ver finished and ,icoiiiillsheil dramatic' "The trip of tin Liscar II wasn't even attlst" a con.t beginning," said I'ird. "We will Tl,..v . lieereil I'.illlso flip lliree mill. , ll.IV e HtleWld ollf elf.ll t Wlltllll 11 Week. utes when lie got to Ills teet while lie Hood frankly overcome by the depth Hid sincerity of the welcome. "SlKiiof president slgnori." lie said, "my heart is full is full of what do you all It In the Lngllsh'.' For this Is the great moment of my life, thlt mo- ment 1 ant not very familiar with the Lugllsh language, but. believe me, to night It i the best tiUht of all luv life. I Plli'iM H and cries of IniiMi'l "I will in vei forget this night Much , uppl.nise I Ncv.i' In all the world. where I have tiavclhd have they given 1 lo me such sensation as your applause , to-night I beg .von cxeu-o me If I do not .iy more Tlirse wools come from my heart Thank ou. thank you, thank you''' lie bow eil 'o the right, left and ecu tn and sat down while the room rocked with api'laii-i' Senator lluuhes aid that slmr they hml let f.irtivi olf with a speech he had ' hoped they would let him sing a song, lie was r.ttln'1 ciiiliat rassed at seeing so nilin people sitting ipiletlv while he talked. In the I'nlted States Senate It ' teas tlie custom to rise iiilc!;ly and make for the cloak rooms. And then he said nil nf the nice things that a Senator : could Ihtnk of to say to a great artist ' ln! crossed 1 ..-li I in I several tablelnates to shake hands with Caruso. , "l If ah the ilistlnutllsheil' nen the1 Lotos i 'lull lias honored none lias been1 more worthi Ih'tn Kiirlco Caruso." said i Otto II Hani "The world has passed Judgment mi his voice ai.d I know bow , artisticall.v slni eie he l. There Is In I our whole organization no artist s,i lnud working, so aspiring for higher end", so modest so little exacting, as Mr. Caruso, Xew York is fortunate ill having the opportunlt.v to hf.tr him twice ,i week. When he sings m I'uropi oi Soutn America It is a state occasion One II HI if Wiir. j if gold co,i,i,i cil No man Is more In everv wa.v he "He lias a voice with a heart of gold willing In aid iilhets Is a line eutieiiian I "Anmng l'ie oppm t mm ier thai the, I oteadriil win- ha" given to this ml v It the opportuiiitv lo maintain and fos'er It. to keep lis pure bright flame limit.; Ing so tn.ii it will be alive when the i war Is over W .1 llenilersnl. ll.o mil-nr ,.HI. ...l.l Henderoi,, tlie music critic, said that he didn't know whether i 'aruso was the greatist singer of any ag 1101. nud Hi, il he woiildii I say if he did knot" becati.se It was Ills night off "Hut I dn know,'' iniiilnued Mr Hen derson, "thai Mr. Caruso is tlie greatest living viiluo.o on the hass drum I have heard him loo often m 'Pagiiacci' ui have a doubt of Ins preeinliieni e in that dllllciilt ait Hi is also one of the bes (iirliatlirists in tlie courtly, and 1 mice heanl him sing lo a hou.se only three, tiuarlers riill and he never tried harder nr sang hitter in his life. That is llin KUMI Iial'.lclesu. ,,f this, man he always does i,iK ,eM .,), ,, t1(, ,fm,,r In lllill Mini Seinbiiili told me once that even when she was in poor voice Ciimio niter tried in drown he out, but nlwiiVH inodul.itid his tones o aicomino dule hers " Mr llcrbeo, Mi La.kaji ami mhers rciiitiniied the irbutc. .u ,t r,Uf nU Mul .r",,,lnK,"l'"'rB 'h'" '' (;a-U"' liluah ledder than ever. BANKER AND FIREMAN KILLED AT CROSSING lolin tit I!. Iliul'ii! anil Cliief IVt- ot linliv Inn Struck Va to Hlae. on John I! limine, inesolent of i lie Hank of Itabylnti. I. I . a leading citizen of Suffolk .oiintx. and Leon 1'etlit, chief of the Il.tli.tl.in ipe dep.iitmen'. tt.re killed esterdi moitilntr by a train at the Peer Park ntenue irus'lni; of th L'.r.K Island Itaiiioad Thet were on their way to a fire In a new automobile elftunal enulne owned bj the ftinip.tans Hose Company. HlKbie was dilMUK A 'he eimlne i reacneo tue eroeiiifcE a iriun nan jnn . liascd and the u-ttes Xrt re beinn ral"ed by the natrhtnan. who apparently did . tlt tppro.ich of (hi' T.Ifl train ftimx j holle fiom tile ..i"i HiUlf.e the .!o-lnu .1" the ellKlne . i dashed by mid the machine with Its i occupant was mirletl fifty f'et .iIouk ' the track- HlKlile lhed a fiw llllinilee ,11.. I I'Mltlt Idled just as an ainhulaiue .iniv.yl front the Sotiilt Side Hospital, llahylon. I Knelt man wa .1" years old. Mr I Ile itis was the son of the lute State Sell lator lll-liic His mother. Pr Annie lllKhie. Is a practising phscan here, lie leaves a widow and reeral children. FORD PLANS NEW MOVE. l'ii lleiii'tv lltlorts for Pence W'eel., He Tells I n li'rt lett it, In JW what Wi an L'Oltlg to do I won't i say ' "If I Jlllll to do II UK till, ev'ei Lines again. I would do it tin way," lie said. "The U-car II. preparedness off the tlrt p ige I llewsi,'H. I .. forty I same W ltie.1 lf "Wh i man im a Knife him r.Mk them ti attack soniel lung. I he btl.vs . When a nation but niimiiioiis oi war 1 it I iu Hi. 'in not Ii ileti liil. mil to at- 'ack. for nlfeitslv e. not ihrein. purposes. ; 'T. e Cic.ir II 's tup started 'tile wo Id , " thinking al)iit p-.i. .. mi '..otlt sides of "'' wat. r That 1-n'l the great gum I it, ' II, 1" Hone. -in .111 ,'! ,,.1 i ,. 1 1 mil. , ; It is just a mi lens of the m g.uuz.itlnn ilh.it belongs everywhire and will get I ever.v win te " I . lia.ion I'l.iiitiO', 'nis,iie-H in. linger of I ' the Ford pe.tci ;.,i n left I lie I'nlted State, t ... light, Holland for .n cording to j ;i message Foul said he te, eived to-day. ARTISTS GUESTS AT DINNER I'orti-lllr Pillnlers re llntel'liili.i'd It? tlottltioincrx Itiiosev clt. About loil menhirs of the N'.ili ni.il Asst. latloii of I'oili.i.t p.iinteis wire guests at ,i illllliet given ill the Hotel Viinib tliill last uluhl lioo.ei tit. i ti, urn, an hv Monlgouiei v coiirnlltee . Tile f.llnwni tnf'llbel'. wr'e ptes.-ut!, I '.,-! 1 1 .t. Jli.lllX. lieole lij'llnws. F'l'lk W lletis.in. Loin. Hilts, Adolphe Horle. William M. i 'have. Il.ilpli Cl.irksoii. Will-, lam Cotton. Illelletln llerriniii Cl'.lW-i ford, Howard (i.irihnet I'ush.iig. Joseph de Camp, I.yilla I'leld llniniet. Charles ( P.inn iilbsoii, William (Sbickens, lieu , All H.iggln. Vleinr P llecht, Hubert lleiii., Ileiiij Salem Hii'i'idl, John ('. Jollaliseli, Pe Witt M Lo, ktll.itl, lieolge Luke, M Jean .Mcl.aiie. Kichard L .Mil-; Ier, lllleii Lminet Hand, John S. Sargent,. Leopold li .- If. it. William ' SmciI le , I i.-e ie -'!' nei- Helen M Turner, i Ito lie i ' -, i o' I lunulas 'oU, .1 li.:t Wor and Irving It Wiles. WIDOW BELIEVED POISONED. I lll'lllll III til's, lllltfttnlll lift IIIII III I' T I triiuses Police " ii splelitiis. ' Mis I :i .ilo-ili llaii ivnei, a widow of1 I DMA P I noon ; I 1 I'.'IK OII'll esterila.V llllir- I ! ""'" ;" ""' l'',""'r 'losnit.il w'thhuti I 'egalti"ig o'ici ni-n ..i.r being re., mov ii iioic a' i mil' In tlm morning suppos.illv t.uP'i 'inj 'rii" nneiiiuonla. A' tin iiospiinl the . tor believed the wom.i" w i. suffering flout poisoning. I Detectives uf till' Third '.rniicli linremi i Invi sligatcil her i.O'ii.. lint finind tinth- ! Ing suspicion. An iiiitnpsv will l.e )ii.il at tin-Coroii. i ' i ollli e mm mnmlug She was t" .ve.irs old lllleii In tloiitencurlii I'eiiie, lii.iil.iN, via Loudon. I'eh. fi. It was semi-officlall.v admilteil In Vienna in 1 1 1 1 Hint a hinii had developed In Ihe Allsllo-Monti iiegi in pe.n o liegothl tlons Actual peine discussions, It Is said, cannot begin until Montenegro prci'i'iitH officially cndile.l repr.-senia. lives, unil she has none now, although Prune Mlrkn and Ihe three members of the Ministry icmainmg in tin. coun try ate on very goud icniiH with the Auslriana. THREE MORE CANADA WAR PLANTS FIRED f 'oaf lit 'i'il ioiii l-'lmt I'nnr whs obtained by telephone Is.foi lite KU.tids had len warned not to talk To-tU the KUatd" were ilouble.l ot. both hrldKes bv order of the Mltlltel of Mllltat, C.eiierul Sir Sam Hughes. DEXY WAIiSlSG STORY. I'Mlioilliiii tllllcliiU si liiforiiiiitlon Went to W nlilimloii. fiTTAWA, tint, I'eb S -Tliioueluuil (.nad.-i there is the keenct desire to tret to the bottom of the rumor that J'lovldenee. li 1.. parties, ts.mte t 'to1 slme warned io eminent TU-Ii. an lltlelllPt would be made to f r'l.U tire to Canadian puhllo bulldtuKS. It has beti stattd l.ith by Hie Jti-ti.-s- pepartuieiil and Dotnltilon police ..lllclnls that no sti.li w.iriiiti was sttn h.-r.-, aid II is nlltBid that it ma ha.' l.ten sent fioni Providence lo W.iehitm ton The Montreal .slue, p'olnhlv Canada'" most Influential llewspMpel, culled the editor of the rrilMtlellie ,iiui'lllll up oxer the lout! distance telephone, when he said ho had iiothlm.- lo add t.. ills Statement a tuioienr.j j,t.rni,l.v I morulni;. I "1 liuvo tiled with our Department of I Justice affidavits covering our Inform i-; tlon," he said, "and may be able In a few ' ilas to ttulillt'i mote details I have of 1 1 nurse no knowledge that this particular , pie was of Herman origin, but I have proof that the Hermans planned to . , just this thin- :st an early date " t To-night's Ottawa r'iffrrii cont't'ent ng , hi the hundreds of vlcw. that the lire vvi.s of Incendiary origin sas: "Noteworthy Is the fact that the rcpti- ' table Aniet lean newspaper which has' Unshed out the story of German plans of I j destruction Is the same publication) t Inch had things right in t.l7.ln up the 'plots and criminal machinations of Von Pnpcti t ST ROSY TO SUV CAXADA. )lrrH ('tiiiduetiir rri-nteil I ns I'lrt' I'lotter h MlstllUe. Winpsoii, tint , Feb. "i. - Charles t stroll . conductot of the Ch-rign opera ; Company arrested late xehterday on a oinaillan I'.icinc trim here on nspl- i i'lnii of knowing something of Ihe de Mriictlon b.v lite of the Parliament building, was leh-.iseil tool.tv Il was found that Strony was acting as pianist for Mine. IMvina. the singir. in Ottawa tiefore the Pulte of Con naught at the time the Hre started and that he did not leave the tlie.itr" tin 1 1 1 11 ,'.'il o'clock the night of the conieit. Stronv, who Is a musician of note, and formerly otllclal titcnmp.inlst of the Queen of Itelglnin, tleilated that he would contmiinlrate with the llelglnu Consul with it vlv to bringing a suit against the Catiiiiliai CoMintuetit for damages to covi' the loss of tnone. rntised tiy the break ng of hit. contract with the Chicago Opera Conipiny, a ; matter or about l.i't'J. I "Stron's arrest was the result of tb. dragiut tint his b'en put out for all , foreigners," nli! Provincial filllcer 1 Smith, w ho tr I eMcd Strony. "The t una- f the executive dl.in tioverntnetit , mends to let all for egneis know that thev ale watching them l losely." I'pon his rebnsn from the "hull tu-n" Slronj's large roll of money, several pleies nf Jewell' mil ,l perfume ,itoii. ir. r wero returned to hint ANNUAL SALE C. G. Gunther's Sons FURS 20 REDUCTIONS 391 Fifth New s r.- ss ' I $30,000 LOOT FOUND AFTER CHANGE ARREST Mcteel ives Listen lo Prisoner-; Talk in Cell. Then Fneovcr ltrooklyn Fence. H'.hiUM tlet.cte c.inie nlM.it lluee men who seemeil to hate bifuhtrious d sinns up..-, a houe u llanco.k stit.t esterda alel .tireted. tr.ein on sus picion. Th y locked t'l.tn up i'i the liatts aveiui.. polue station and lit n'd through i concealed p rlure to thell com ers.ition The naiiiM of Jacob Iteuspinn was pro nounced. Il..rt:in.in wa (otttiil to lie at 41.". I'lfth aenti.-. Itrookljn Tr.v tw- tlves went thtre .mil f.nind in a rear nil f.,tin.l ii room $30, mil' w Itll of Htoleit nttlclm I'ltder tin man loitf. stre"" of .ircurii"tances It.erK ss,.,l he. nt; a fence to the thr. e men who had beta airiMcd e.iilui ; Tin poll ordeud a ao and id HerKliiau s slo. k moved to a .i ant loft I adapted to purpo'.s of exposition .it vJi' tl'.tt..,o.hl.v .....on.. 'I'll..,. llit,i I'.itttttill i lllKlllt tlfIy residents of the tj.dford ' , ,,0l tth()8(, homes had 1 n tobls.d within . the last six months that thty mlgnt. come and look over the display Itefore the closing hour, tl P. M. had arrlv.sl several persons had put in .l.ilms for household valuables ami clothing and II looked as if there would be a rush of buHiuess i.i-il.iy Hergm.ni, the fence, said he li.nl tome to this country clL'hl months ago from I LntfUtut to esi.ipe loiiscrlptiou. He I .tarled an antmue shop at the Fifth, avenue nddiess and soon fell tn with the-threo tnen arrested. Their business offers were so attractlvn he could not afford to refuse theiii, he said. Tim liner men gave the following names and addresses: lalward ltrod eiick, n:' i sr. Fifth avenue tleorgo Pfatist, 31 i:U!ith avenue, and Jamrs Punthy. I'I, 1!I Tenth street, all of Htooklvn. TEIPER NOW LODGED IN JAIL. t III lie rmlir nril 'I'li-iiinrriitT slster'n Coilllltloit firiltvs Worse. Iti'Kt AiJi, I'eh, f.. .lohti IMward Teip. r, detaititd in connection writ the murder ' l.i-t Sunil.i.v nlglit of h,s mother and iimther and the wounding of his sister, ' will he arraigned .Monday morning In , the town of West Senec i. ' IMward I.' I I'M.tllr.v , fonr.'r Mtottiey. j I2ener.il. who represents T.iper. and ! District Atlnincy Pudle.v agreed on this ' to-day Telper was tinnsferted ftom police lienhpi. iiii i s to the I'.rle county jail. Ill" coiiii.siI asserted he had been held long i noiiglt to wan. mt ,i toiinal vltarge. i (Irai e Te.per s eomlltt.in became niore serious at the hospital to-ilav. Phvsi claits. however, ate sti.l hopeful she will survive TURKS WIN ON IRAK FRONT. I Hepon lelnrloos l iiiiiitee tit on lleniileil ilMinee. cos-si vNTiNoci.t:. v ,i London. Feb The Til'k sh W.ir i Ifflco his iss.ied the following olTl.'la' statement Hi Ihe Irak ft on' tlie etiein... ,,t. teinptnu lo advance from I'ehihia, was irpulsed'hv a oonnler attai k ' de ilveicil hv our troop, and toned to retreat within hi" fonner posniis. Avenue, York. mm. iiwh i TWO BODIES IN HOTEL RUINS. Iteoioliis .if Mtth letlin sunulit In V limit le I lt lliillilliiu. ATI.NTH ClTT. N .1 I'eh ". Tw mole bodies llae .e..ti te,'oeted from the r'flns of the Hotel Ovtrbronk, which was iletroed 1c. lire early jesterd.iy inioriliiK'. Sl lies wtie lost in the lilt Th ptoperty loss was about $100,000. The ludlcs. lecoMred were those of Mrs Thomis Mott, mother ut the proprietor of the hotel, and Paul C. Hendricks. The only ho,iy et to be lecoteied i that of KUward 1 t ill i "eti uf White Plains, s Y Johli MiH'oy of We"t llolioki n. who Is MltTerlnx from a piinitureil luntr, and (Sfsirco llrelicher of Philadelphia, who U sufferliiK front lnt.iu.il Injuries, may die. The others who wero liijuied are out of d ItlKl't' t.'oroner lllclMrd I tew, who is i.ikh; an lnvelliratlon of the tire, has bet ti Informed that an auxiliary fire that an auxiliary fire alarm svstetn. which nijulil lime sounded nif .1 r.,,111 th.t lln.rti.l talk '.It, .AM. I m j,,,,., aj, the fire started, wits taken out of the hotel recently. The authorities sa tue.v w.ll seek lee "lat on if needed tn force e erj- hot. I and Nftr.littK house In the city to install automatic alarms. I.(MIU I'MIS IN ONK IMLK Puis niade Into neck pieces and muffs from the skins of rats biouRht fiom Darren Island, the city's dumping k round, are believed to bo the cnllso of many of the let cut anthrax cases, itccordlnK to a statement l-sited yesterday by Dr. O. T. tlrahani-ltoners of the Department of l.tbor division of Industrial luttlene As the result of a Ihoroutih Invrsllsa tlon of the fur shops of New York city conducted by Dr. ilrahntn-HoRets he has prepared it tepoil to lie submitted to the,! Industrial Commission advocating the t'lfo'ced illscotitlnuBitie by mamtfac- tuier of the use of these skins for human weur. Dr. liriihiim.ltiiKets's lilt estinallon 'at brotmlit about by the death four months j i.uo fiom Jtithrax of Wanda llelole. 0 I months old. of Urooklyn. There was no direct c.tue of Infection trateable in the child's case exiept the possibility of the I disease hatltiR been triinsmltted throuRh la fur tilere she wore aioutid her neck. This fur w ns traced directly to a re llnliiK company which disposes of the offal front llarren Island. It led to the tllmovery that most of the cat skins used by fur manufacturers In this city roino I front that Dource. Thousands of these I cat skins were found being made up Into children's fur set to be disposed ot to dealer. The piocess of sterilization employed at llarren Island and that which Is Kolie throtiKh by the ders In this city l not sullliietit to destroy the anthrax spores which mlKht be present In the sklnr. It Is said. The cat skins are sold by the. !. I...... I,, m.i nlif.irf users, tnnnv nf ttietti beltiK made tip In tenements before the finished fur Is placed on the market C.tl sklhs from llarieti Island were subjected to careful examination by Dr. ir,tham-ltiiters and wen- found to curry spores fliwelv teembliliK the anthrax spore, allhouch it Is scientltlcally ltnoe slble absolutely to Identify them. Those found were "o -loel similar as lire the pores of ant two anthrax 'ae in humans The skins examined were taken from amor ir l.oon plied In a Sixth incline shop. Photographs .f these livnpM of furs were t.iken and forwarded to the Industrial t 'omiiilMtion In Alb,tn, to which the full report of the inxestl Kation will be submitted In ten days. An editorial in the New Vorw .Wed toif Jouniitf Issued .'sterility leports deaths front uitthmx In which the die mm was bclleted lo jtave been trans mitted throutrh the tin- of shavlut; brushes made from the hair of China dots. Tile writer adds that brlstlts are better Hlerlllsted than furs. The edi torial f.ij s in part , "Piirhal. the most Interesting revela tions of the stud of anthrax are two. I'll st, that the material euterinir Into tne manufaclute of sh.tvlui; brushes Is capable of tarryitiK llvltnr anthrax bacilli and of giving rise it hum m In fection with thl" virulent organism, nml. second, that the cheap brushes, which nre iommonl supposed to be made of egctnbln tlbre, often aleo contain animal A Sale Extraordinary of Hampton Furniture ITHIN a few weeks the Hampton Shops will be occupying the graceful gothic home they have built for them selves in East Fiftieth Street directly facing St. Patrick's Cathedral, Here they eagerly look forward to. carrying out in their integrity many long cherished and quite novel ideas regarding the harmonious arrangement and effective setting forth of their famous Hampton Reproductions. Prior to this, eliminations must be made of some altogether admirable examples now gracing their present galleries. The pieces it has been decided to withdraw, each a characteristic example of Hampton Fur niture, are offered at strikingly reduced prices. The opportunity is exceptional. LJAMPTON 5-4 AND 3& 'WEST 32d GTREET NEW YOHK JOHN D JR., NOT TO HELP. Iteporls Mnkril II hit With lother .tones In lie form I'lnii. C'lliotno, Koh. f..- There Is no truth In a report that John D. Hockefelh r, Jr., had Interested himself In n plan to help flee Herman Coppes, :t bov murderer, who was sent In Jollnt for life, Hccordllis to the best information heie to-night. Following an Invcstlyatltin made by Mother Maty Junes Into the case of Coppes, aged 17, murderer of it mother and two children, Jt was said that Mr. Rockefeller would undertake to eistiro the youth's release' tit replace the life of nnother boy shot down by mllltla at his mining property in Colorado. At torney William A, Ctilinea, retained by Mother Jones to assist her In the in vestigation, said that lie knew nothing about Mr. Hockefeller's reputed promise . to tlnntico the fight. Coppes Is the ,oungest Inm.il.i or the penitentiary He shot and kllbd Mrs. Maud Sleep In her home nt Plittio, III., and kilted her two children with tin axe. He has been regarded by philanthrope workers as one of the most hopehss casts of the "bad boy" Starr J Murphy, attorney for the ltockefeller Foundation, said last night that he knew nothing of the plan. TRANSFUSION SAVES GIRL VICTIM OF GAS Meta Sclintiars. IK. of Palisade, Opens F.ycs After Kiftlit Davs rncoiiM'ioilMiess. The light to sate the life of Ml"S Meta StiilM.il, tl Kliteeii-ear-oIl line of Mr. Adolph FlJik of Palleade. X. J.. bv blood transfusion has; been suciet-s-till It was Mild last night that the girl's teiiipeinlute is normal and that II is not necessiiij to feed her by nttl llci.il tneaiis now. Mies Sibilants wii-. otetpowcied late on Wednesday nlgl t. January 'JH, by Illuminating gas which escap.sl front it pipe that buist in a hall tlostt adjoin ing Iter loom. She was found uncon scious tn bed tho next morning. Last Monila afternoon Pr. Hdwnnl Llnde man of 40 Hast Forty-first street, who Watt called Into the wiee. inflled into her veins ,t uuart of bloisl from a man, after teleaslng a U.irt of her blood, which was totlltd to be coagulated, There wan a perceptible drop In the girl's t.tnperatilie alter the op. union, hut Kite still remained unconscious and her nuises were obliged to continue feed ing her artificially On Thursday afternoon, or her., ighth day of unoonsclouMicss, u second trans fusion of blond was made bv Pr. l.lude ntan and soon afterward Jllwt Schiiauis 1iened her eyes. She s not able yet to speak, but her fever his disappent.sl tid she is fast ciiimng strength. She is able to swallow food and It Is believed that she -wilt nirely recovei. I FAN'S (F FF.II" -T The irv.lle colhrt.oii . mlor prlnls formed b.v l Ill.iucliarit and her lale I i, 1 sevei.il tears lesldeine i, ,.,, sold by the Alncrli.in Art public s. tie early III Api il. 'I . Is Important, numbi rim; in n ptesslon", mill has been ui, perls unil pronoun I m n. , greatest ever olfeled foi count t . One of the Hilcf author la nese prints In Allleil. l li.- u fotewotll for the I ill, I. i ttlalicliard collection alnl t'. ileMripllon Is luken from h. , "Tin. tllspersal of Mt- li ollectlou affords mi uhiimi.iI , i, for the lover of Jap. tin n p. ipiire choice lnipre".oti i . . condition. The print tn . taste anil dlsei liulliatioii V of them ate from ,iu, . ,i of the leading artists oi i . , , period aio rcpri'seitttil. "There are beautiful i in p woik of llartiuobil, Konjic , lx'i.voiiaga, Shunt ho, L.slo, t Tovokunl. The InplJ.li i b.v Shlgeuaga, one by Sloe, 1 lh-hl, one li Tojolnio, tw - I and the fnvtirlle 'Seven -.n . Hamboo tji'iive,' by Tniikui "f t,i. . "f t 3T I '.n. i'f t!t tcll tlnlebeil I in presliin, Other prints ate 1 1 ' r i vi. s live ny r.ott, nun nnotner i.u. - oi same number by Wnm.tr teprc.-. the C,o-Sekkii, or 'Five 1'i tiv i l which lire wonderfully tlm n:,, p. f. Itl.tli lied llllpleS"loil.-. "Tho colleition is i pe. i.r,,- f i tl a in gt line prlntH liy llolttisat a II lly llokusal thero ate twei.t Thlrly-slx Views of Fuji" t of the 'Hundred I'm ms , i , the much sought after Imu f Vf . 1 tie nf f uf tie Poets set, seven of the 'llnlg , , , many otheis. Hy iiopi,il. ,,r. lc ir j. a litiiidred of Ins wonderful boil ,,-iH, tlower compositions, many . f I .. in tn,. terpleces of poetic design it'. I rh ..ra, dtawing. "Ilesltles theso llieie .lie cellatieotis prints and m'v sets, including the so.e.iii. kaldo series and tho serli same title published b.v M i seldom that such sharp elons of the Tokitldo s. t ii i of "Oft :elowislt tone . market. i'i,.'. T R '- I I In I' !' tat lllrTerenc's In the Crlnis, The illfferetne In tile .iet . ordinal v as entniiirrd w ti. :, e UiipierslnnH of Japaiie.-H tin' '" irh considerable, ami is ,l. i iiu , the i'.ike of mote itiiportj',t mo ' liito.'liiK", presiimahlv b. . , , . of priming them tn the be. t n , so nun h gteater that tl . .p. not tlnd it profitable , . ,,,t t, - copies. "Il s.-ettis not too tlllll I to collect. on isf ,l.ipine-e p , f p. Import Hire or of "iicn tr ' n til.il IV hi'' eve- !..' i o' -.1 lie in th.s , .Mint-