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THE SUN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 16,, 1916. ANOTHER BIG DROP IN PARALYSIS GASES .Only U5 (eiortc(l, Fewest . Since July 21 Brooklyn 1 ui(lly Improve. DAY'S DKAD NLMHEK 1 Ifi'N. K. If. llurrlmau Sends $1,000 for Fund to Buy Braces for Cripples. There wus a decrease of forty-six new case of Infantile parulyHin yesterday from thr tiumbr reported un Hundiiy. Only ninety-rile cases were made known to the Hoard of Iteultli authorities ye, terday. TIiIh m the lowest number re ported since July 24, when eighty-nine case wero reported. The low number I due In lart to the fact thut wmi cases iiavs not been reiored lo the IteitUh authorities because many physicians liavo been out of town over Sunday, but the primary cause In nil probability Ih the continuation of cool wetcr. Deputy Commissioner of Health John S. timings, who la In charge of the bu reau of Infectious diseases, mild yester day that both aporadlu and epidemic caaea of Infantile paralysis In this lati tude cease when cold waather begin. "The cool weather In tho past week Is responsible for the fall In the number of canes In my opinion," l)r. lulling said, 'The Incubation period In this disease varies from three lo thirteen days, so It Is not possible to point out particular day us being rtsponslbla for ft sudden decrease such as .Is. 1 also doubt that one hot day ufter a period of mild weather would have much Influ ence, It Is certain, however, that cool weather results In a lower death rate, as the resistance of the sick children Is di minished by heat." Brooklyn fast Improving. Hoth Dr. Kmerson, Commissioner of Health, and Dr. l)lllln-s pointed to the fact that for the llrat time since the be ginning of the epidemic the number of runes In ltrooklyn was lower than thst In Manhattan us indicating that the epi demic WHH rapidly burning out In the former horough. The new emeu each day since August 5 have been ux fo. Iowa: 89, 4, 71. ti. St, 31. The number of cum In Manhattan yesterday wus 43, a decrtabe of 6 from the previous day, while the number In Brooklyn was 11, a decrease of SI from Sunday. There ere neither deutha imr new cases re ported yesterday from Itlchinond, where the epidemic has also spent ila force. The number In Tho Uronx dropped yes terday to 8 from 31 and, In Queens to 13 from 1. The record of death was not so en couraging bh that of new cases, as there were thirty-one deaths yesterday, un In crease of nine. However much the high death rate In this epidemic affeoU the health uuthorltlff, It Is the case rate which Is regarded with the greater In terest, livery known remedy Ih helm; lined Jo prevent deaths, and the afflicted children are under the constant care of the most competent physician and nurses, but It Is not possible to guard so rigorously against the development of near cases throughout the city. Much 'has been done, however, as the number of cases show, to prevent uny such sud den Jump In the other boroughs as wan the case In ltrooklyn at the outset of the epidemic. The number of deaths from poliomye litis has resulted In raisins the death rate up to lust week this year very fclightly above that of the corresponding period of lust year. The rate for the first thirty-three weeks of 1915 wan J 4.07 per thousand of population, white this year the rate I 14. SI. The weekly death rate shows more plainly the ef fect of the epidemic, the rate Ian week bring 15.59, while for the same week last year the rate was only I2.l. Cases In the t'atakllls. In order to prevent further misunder standing concerning the number unit lo cation of Infantile panilyelH cases in the Ciits'.illl Mountain region Health Com missioner Kmerson issued the following list of casts : Kilter County Princeton, Haugrrttea, T; town of Warring, 1, Highland. 7; Hhawamunli, 3; r.ll.nilllr. Mount Weaaant, Wtaldale. Monbacrua ami Marlboro, 1 each; I.toxt, Olive, Horltestcr, ItoarUalt and Ruby, 1 each. Total, IS. Sullivan uuntyr-l.ll,ly..!;n '' vlJ' lge. Ki I'allaliurg. 10: llurleyvlll'. Si fsnullt HalMiur. 3: Livingston .Manor Mountalndale each; l Delaware county nanmrii, ; naisi-n-man. Pydney, Deposit, Kast ilruniii and C&dotia, 1 each. Tutsi, 11. A branch office of thr Htate Hoard of Health was established yesterday at Mlddletown, N. V to take charge of the epidemic In the counties of Orunge, Bui llvan, Titter and linrkliind, flenlor Surgeon Charles K. Hanks of the United States I'ubllu Health .Service paid yesterday regarding the number of ,. rxcurslmilsts who were stranded In the city on Hunday night thut t lies quarantine regulations of the Public Health Venice lind been given wide tiuhlh-utlnti and the lullroaris had been warned of the limit visibility of excursionists with tiilldren coming to New Vork. Those who do come must have Identification curds of some sort with than. Three more health officers lmvo been ordered to New York to aid Dr. Dunks In his uaruntlue work. corpuscles. Then It should be Injected! subcutaneously Into the body of th. child. An not more than an ounce could be forced under the skin of the child at one pi a re two Injections In different parts oi tne txdy are recommenaea uy !r. Zlngher. for children under S one ounce should be Injected, for those under 6 four ounces and for thoso over 6 six ounces. Fifty-four ounces of blood were taken yeaterduy ut the Wlllard Parker Hos pltiil from Heven volunteers who have had tho dlM'usr. With this fourteen tinK patient were treated. Serum linn the Mood of Mlfs ltuth Stiles of 2314 Ilroadway, which was t'tken on Friday ut the Hospital for De formities and Joint Disease nt Madison avenue und 124th street, won used In the treatment of u little girt of wealthy parentage living at Hoslyn, I.. I. The strum apparently was of much value, as the child has Improved greatly since the Injection. Mrs. Ilarrlotau Aisle Fan!. The fund for brace fur recovered victims nf Infantile paralysis has now tt'iched the sum of 17,239.35. Commis sioner Kmerson received a check for H.UOil yriterUay from Mrs. Mury W. Mui'iiiiiaii of Arden, . Y. Mrs. Henry Villard, president of the New York Diet Kitchen Association of 1 West Thirty-fourth street, sild terday that only live cases have de well borough, Mercer county, and Lum berton, Burlington county. The Mew Jersey Htate quarantine went Into effect last midnight. Children with out rcrtlllcates wilt not be permitted to enter the State. Children living In the State will not be nllpwed to travel fro:n one point to another without a health certificate. Inspector were stationed nt various points on the border to enforce the quarantine. Health officers In some sections of the State are reported to Iks reaping a harvest by charging for health certificates. Itlchard Ware, 21, of Hillside House. Montclalr, developed the disease yester day and was removed to the Kssex county Isolation hospital. Another case and a death were also reported to the Health Department. After an llinees of several day I-'. Powell bobbins, 22, Captain of Com pany a, Second New Jersey Infantry, died yesterday of Infantile paralysis at hi home at Freehold. N. J, Dobbins, who waa a clerk in the Pennsylvania freight station, returned from the Btate military camp at 8ea Otrt on July 21. PARALYSIS RECORD. Umv'a Death and Nr Cause Re- y "tyBi Death and new esse of Infantile paralyil reported by the Health De veloped among nearly 3,000 chlldre-i Prtmenl yesterday follow: under the care of the association, if.n number of nurses has been Inrrearuu derplto tho expense In order to n.nlnUln clcur i&uncc'.trns with the home of LjllilS. The Active Hcrvtce Auxiliary, which J HEATH. Manhattan. Krank Colanton. lit Kast rlfty-slath sn.st; Klanlay una, ill Waal Twenty fifth strtati May Blkowsky. til Avenue t (died IJallevue Ilosoltal): May Cullan. t! Weat lttth alraeti William Uilape, FOUR MORE SEIZED IN "SLAVE" INQUIRY Three Men and a Woman De tained and May Be In dicted To-day. RESORT KEEPER IS HELD Said to Have Confessed She Taid Commission in Lc. 1 crs of Band. raring for the needy families of National East Kourth street; Oeorg. Toblaaaen, 1147 Ouardsmeu serving un the Mexican bor- Haenth avanua: It. Uraham, 177 Weat tier, haa segregated mothers and chll- 1" ',,2!Lt. . ,"'u,?PrC. J'Viv. ' dren living In quarantined houses. who i.&Wifa&UVitiI&Z tome for asslatalice to the office of the and Lung lloapltal): Amelia I.avy, tie West 141th street Idled Lincoln Hospital) The Ureal. rtuth nrottitffn. Kail Uith alreet: llyinan letl, ltll llathfala a7nu (died Hlvaralda lloapltal). Breekljn. I. (Iroaitnan. It Rtafford avenue (died Wlllard I'arkar Hospital! : Abraham Green- Assistant District Attorney Smith Is going before the Grand Jury to-day In an effort to Indict on charges of white slavery four more men who were de tained yesterday In the Investigation be ing made Into the vice trust. David Parrlsh, alias Dave Siberia, who was sent to Siberia by llussla for the same offence. Is one of the four, and the other three are his wife, Kate. ; Jacob Kolomon and one known only aa Ham the Pedter. All arc now In the House of Detention. , While the District Attorney's men were getting statements from these per son and hImo from Yiiahc. Ilotwln, who was Indicted several days nio, a young man reported that Ids fifteen-year-old sister, a school girl of Manhattan, and a native of llussla, had been lured from home by un alleged urciiI of Sam the Pedler und had been placed In n lesorl. Efforts were also made to capture an other sister of Ms In the same way, he a hi. SUES WILLIAM FOX TO GET $500,000 Brenon, Author of Kcllermann Spectacle, Says Movie Pro ducer Broke His Promises. uuxlliary from those In unaffected houses. The precaution is taken to pre vent st posslblo spread of tho disease among the soldiers' families. Only fifteen nurses were sent out yes terday to make a house to house canvass of sections of Manhattan and ltrooklyn. I'h.irltiitil liiHtllntlnnM which hst! tironl- ised lo furnish the Health Department 1 Jyra;, :i47 Weat Third street (died wweM coney island, a dinner In Broadway, uu because I can just Imagine how irrent with thirty-three were unable lo do so f.JJJJJJI ,;,pu,j iUiiJy Klein!"?. iiaKalti "Utoinoblle trip to Weatcheiter, home i u man iou will be when this picture Is un uccuum in mc ci.an.ii "itu i m.nuf: Morns uankar, iiyrue ae Doe the man who furnUhe the brain or the man who furnUhe tho money have the right to full credit for a photoplay masterpiece? Thl que Hon I the bad of a cult filed by Her bert Hrenon, creator of the Annette Kcllermann pectacle. "A Daughter of tho Clods," In the Bupremt Court against William Fox. moving plctur producer and Hrenon a employer. Hrenon maintain that the author la entitled to honor forth (ucceaa of hi brain child, entitled to have hi name appear In all the publicity. In all the advertising, on all the billboard and on the very celluloid of the Aim Itself; and because this privilege haa been de nied him he haa brought suit for 1500, 600 damage and an Injunction to pre vent the showing of the picture until due credit is accorded him. According; to the affidavit entered by Hrenon's attorneys, Wells A Moore, the author-director was well paid for his work. He got 1750 a week, but above this he was promised that the success of the aquatic spectacle which Is said to rival "The lllrth of u Nation," that gave D. W. Griffith a reputation a a director, would assure hi earner In the i motion picture world. It waa never questioned, Hrenon maintains, that thin I was to be done for Vim. One of tho j letters, which Fox vA-otc to him while he was In Jamaica composing the drama into settings and scenes, entered a part 1 of the affidavit, contains this paragraph: "llcllevo ne, my dear Herbert, I pruy I for you every night before I close my EXPLOSION IH POET PILED 20. Detail of l.a tinnyra, Venesaela, Disaster Were Suppressed. Ct'ltAcoA, Dutch West Indies, July 30 (by mall), -Detail have reached here of the disaster on July 27 In the fortress f La Tift, at the Venezuelan seaport of Ia Quayra, causing the death of about twenty person. The powder mag ailne In the fort on the hill Just above l,a Uuayra blew up with a terrific ex plosion which (hook the town. The Government made every effort to uppresa alt information concerning the causes, and results of the disaster. It I learned, however, that no less than slsteen soldiers 'and two oftlcera were killed outright In the fort, and that one or two civilians met death In the town from flying debris. One of the ofllcers, who was under punishment, wa con fined In chain near one of the magu- lints. Of hla remains nothing was found but the remnant of hi legs, fastened to the chain. The odlclal explanation of the disaster Is that It waa due to spontaneous com bustion. There are reports thut revo lutionary Intei est opposed to the unmez NO LIVES LOST Hf DAM BREAK. Anderson, fl. '., Saved 910,000 Power Plant Wrecked. Atlanta, Oa., Aug. 14. Water let loose from Lake Toxuway, when the lUm broko last night and swept down the valley, did not cause much damage nnd no casualties have been reported. The torrent was weakened by every out let fiom the ulley und by tho time It reached Anderson, S. C, to-day, had spent much of Its force. A telegram from ltko Tnxaway this afternoon confirmed the destruction of the entire dam and the wrecking of the 110,000 electric power plant below. The whole dam fell In fifteen minutes after the Ilrst opening waa noticed. VMM ICR ItESOHTS, Nam YOKK Cataklll MeaBtalMb Scully tint of Senate Itat'C. Tiixnton, Aug. 14. Itepresentatlve Thomas J. Scully of the Third district to-day announced he would iiot Is? a can- dldate for the Democratic nomination for United States Henator. hut would seek government were at the bottom of the another term In Congress as thu Iteprc disaster. sentatlve of his district. PRIVATE SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES The Catskill Mountains a region of KOMANTtC SCKNBKT ALTITt'lin 2000 TO 40OXI PERT ATT HAL'TIVI, UOTKUI AND nOAROINtl MOUSES MANY Tltnt'T fUKKAMS rortXAK WAI.KH AMD DRIVES MOl'NTAIN I.IMnlNtl CAMNNO A WONUKItri'f. fOf.NTKT Or V II. II WOOD CHARMS THE ULSTER & DELAWARE R.R. In connection with West Shore R. It., operates through trains, Including Pullman serMre. The aiitntnrr whnlule la now In effect. Three thnnixh aolld fast ripresa trains In each dlmnlon between How York and the mountains. "learners of the Hudson River Day t.ln make direct connection, at Kln-ion Point, with afternoon trains far all points In the mountains. The annual llhtitrstni hook with revised map of the Cataklll Mountain section, and corrected list of over I, noil hotels anil iKiarrilnir lioturs, will be sent free on receipt of n cents ptsttage. N. A. MI.Mt), Uenerat Pause niter Arent. Klnjfiton, N. Y. rIR ROYS AMI YOL'Ml MRN. NEW YORK" CITY. New Yerk. roR ROYS ANII VOl'.MI MRN. NEW YIIRrTitV, New York. Ths method nn enticement was first the proffering of candy to the girl by I eyes that (lod will spar you so that I the agent, then tutti-frutti, n trip to t will be able to be so proud of you, J nurses, ntie; Yatta Deln. :0 MrKlbban aunt; Joseph Frooks of 2 Third avenue. 1 ",,V'"J ?'W:,.JLlri' aiH'nn2nKa'iii'l,e: who was arrested on August I for ud- T . vertlslng and selling a bogus paralysis mMi Maaelmann. tot i:ilry atraali l.lllle cure, waived examination yesterday und Landia, u lintrord atenue. ''hliiP "'b"' was held in D00 ball by Magistrate . ' l.b'1 ..OWv!.ii? Ten Kyck In tho Kssex Market pollco court for trial In Spectul Sessions. Josttphus Daniels, Secretary of Hie Navy, tclcgruphad Tiik Hun yesterday that there were no case or suspected cases of Infantile paralysis ut the Naval Training Station ut Newport as reported in Tiik Sun last Sunday. His action followed tho receipt of u telegrum from tho commanding officer of tho training station. There arc 1,J00 recruits ut tills station. More t'asra l'p State. Tho State Department of Health has received reports of 1,008 cases and 141 dent lis from Infantile paralysis outside New York city since the outbreak of the epidemic. During the past forty-eight hours 69 new cases and & deutha were reported. The deaths occurred as follows : Windham,.; Klleuvllle, Utlcu and Hunt ington. The new cases were reported thus : New Itochellc, 7 : Syracuse, 5 ; White Plains. Olen Cove and Hunting ton, three each ; Windham, Babylon, llulnes Falls, Krievllle. Hhllltpsport, Har den City, Hempstead, Nelsonvllle and Oswego, two each I Mltieola, Falls burgh, Tarrytown, North Turrytown, 1'hllllpstown. I'ortchester, liberty, utis vlllc, Oneida, Cooks Falls, Kllenville, Utica, Colonic, Hornell. I'oughkeepsle, Wa'.dcn. Saugerties. ltrockway. Antwerp, Unlonvalc. tjood ll round, Mamaroneck, Itlverheud. Waverly, Florida, Mill Neck. Locust Valley, Snilthtown, Hyde Park and Manhuaset, one each. In a letter sent to Uie Mayors of New York cities Dr. Hermann M. Biggs, State Commissioner of Health, yester day auid : "Our experience In the counties along the Hudson Jllver und neur New York forces us to conclude thut we are face to face with the most serious epidemic thut has existed In this State since the early dHya of smallpox, cholera and yellow fever." Two new cases and one death were reported to the Yonkers health authori ties yesterday. There have been thirty cases und ten deatha In Yonkers. Hastings bus not yet had a single case of the disease on account of a rigid inniruntlne which has prevented chil dren from the Infected districts from en- terlnr the town. The first case of Infantile paralysis to terminate fatally in Greenwich. I -mill., occ urred yesterday when Dorothy Molk. only child of lldward and Mary Uarbour Mnlk, died In nn Isolation ward. There have been ten tubes In Ureenwlch. Ileveloplagr In SaaTolk. Hart street; atreat. leaders Shreltier. H Varet Queens. Margaret Ila", 134 Nlehnlas alreet. rone (died Wlllard Parkar lloapltal '. Clrnr Voral, ( Sacked street. Corona (dl-d Wlllard Parker lloapltall; II. ullea, ll Palmetto atreet. Kldiewood (died Wlllard I'arkar lloapltal); "Ph Hro aui-kl, 77 Uradford-avenue. Klmhlng! May A. Kuole, It: One atreet, College point. that night, und disappearance the next assembled und shown through . the) day an old story In tho workings of I world." the white slavers. I Another letter says: "With reference David and Kate Parrlsh are said by to jour personal publicity you may rely the District Attorney to hnve piled their I on me, I have given orders to do traffic In the Kast Side, where they are . everything to keep the name of Herbert alleged to have procured girls am) sold1 llruion in public throughout the l.'nlted them to the hlrhest bidder. Both were , State," taken to the House of Detention from lvto last June, white the work wan a rtwort they maintained In litst Tw en-1 under way, Fred II. Warren, publicity ly-stcond street. They were held In ima.it for Fox, Is said to have told tS.SOD ball each, as were thn others, i Hrenon a sectetary thut he had been rebuked by rox for dwelling In his None. HlehmMd. NEW CASKS. Manhattan. llo and Michael Ko. IJ Itutgara place M. Klnfky, 7 I'lll atraat, Ann l'orcl. ) lleilar atreat! Alice Marlnna, . Barrow atreet ; Mary McDonald. ratio strrat; K. Htatnev. WS Waahlnston atrt: John Power. i: Klrat avenue; Mary Borrk, til Kaat ruieenin rai. 'rr. Maddoas. Eaat Kourth street; Doroth , ... , v. m mi Thin v.alKlh street; Asianatau tlrahan. 177 Weat Tenty..ljh atre'ti M. Ijiahlpllla. Ill Kaat yiflv-alith atreet; Alfred Ursthatla. J h.iantynftb avenue: 'lary and William I'unnmghain. KIO Arntardsm avenue; Albert Kauckl, Ml Weal Hlxtynfth atraat: Hehert Allen. Itl Nlnlh avenue; Hanadlct Wilburs, Waal I'lttlalh atreet: Helen Moran. West Klfty-slith atreet: Peter llabelll. JJj West Kirty-ninm street; i. West llat atreat: John Rerey. ?? sterdsm avenue: Henry Mc Manet. t2 waai ill., - jnn i Morr,. mim jim.i.iu.,,' avenue; C- Amdaraon. 777 Eighth aienuei O. Wahrl. ! Weat HJd street; u. iooian. Haat IJOth atraat: J. Uahl. :H Kaat K4th atreet: John ray. !l Seienth avenue; .lamaa Katan. IS Eaat 106th atreat 11. Tlghe. Manhattan State Hospital: William neania. ni m.m - 7!i TirJ. . iih .i,..t, Baaard Klamonia 4I Eaat Hist atreat: H. Markson.lt l.aat lJld "reat: Jack Mltckall, S04 Weat HJd atraat: Ellaabath Zoharty. i Waal 141th atraat: Thomas O'Connor. 11 Eaat l!2d street; Samuel Ilaum, :17 rifth avenue. The Braax. t-.i.t. nr.a wnklna avanua: Jack Pre eanlck. 1411 Brook avenue: l'aanuala Pra I.IIO. Sill Arthur avenue: Catherine Wares. 10 4 East Ul atraat: Morrla 8al'.. y, Uit lJo.ton road: Richard . I'rlseU. tl lllssj atreat. Claaaon Point: Jamea Kennedy, lit Viil'lalth atraat: Michael alman. tti Union avenue. Brooklyn. n...ni,.iv acta Klehteanth ave nue: John Colltna. 171 lllcka atreet; Usby Itoaencrantx. 161 Amboy street: Morrla Hnllter. 74 Barrett atreet: Boale noeen. 47 nraftnn atreel: Leon Bochman. 4t Hlna dlle i stree ; William Vadlvnfiky. 4 Itock JiT JCln'u.! liennle Marlleb. 40 Walklna Z,r.i: Ellen Cohen. 15 Urand alreet r.nn halt .nrh n ir.ni thn i.tlmrM Jacob Solomon was a member of another band, and he got Into the hands of the District Attorney because of a uuurrcl between the tratflckcrs over their commission. Dora White, alias Doris fichllvosky. was detained us a wltnesK. According lo the IHutrlct Attorney she took in the girls Sam thn I'edler procured and paid him 10 per cent, of their earning. She Lottls uoraaro. ii iwm . V ' . . . . gchulU. !! I'Xnch street: Eatelli. Cult, l u..role atreet: llaytnond Turotte 274 WalUnout atref t: Annla Kretaa. 114 Wythe lilfn.r. 211 Houlh Kourth rtrVeir'ssntuel Kewllch. JIO Kouth Kourth trefl Olive Elisabeth Morton. 815 Avenue ? Anita Hheek. IT Coney Irlaml .i.nue: Helan and Kranela Carroll. :53 Church avruuu; Wa lace Keea, mii f"n teenlli street; eh play, til Kaat Klah .'"".'i' ....... Mix Thurn. 1174 Ve. i.ruii. . . . . i t ,,n... ... n'....u-n tiur ruses an,i one ueatn irom ; Twniv.tnirn airari. infantile paralysis were re.-orted ye.t.r-' Et "'"."'e'etV' Addl.' IfffiwltSI'T: day in Suffolk county. Dr. Allen (1. Ter- Kn'lekerroekar avenue: Elate llulaen, 401 rell. Health Officer of Itlverheud, lias Is- undan ftrejt i ?.d.,l;,,:1 'i'.rtine sued un order barrlns children from meiio .treat;. n,;n5;;TniJ7n8,,,tre,enli motion picture thcatrea nnd the post Mabei Oaatfrlend, !4 Vernon avenue offlces. lllght of the new case wer in niverhcad. and there was one each In idale, t'entrevllle and C'ohetton, t jaJ. shore. West Sayvllle, Huntington ndT;n!kekll.o"'i XSS?' wa' tin Habylor. An einergency Hospital Will Do eHlMOIlsm'i i ,,,-i,fcM... In Nassau county there were five cases reported, two being In Hempstead, and one each ill Seaford. Valley Stream and Westbury. Mary Alice Hallett. 5 years old. the daughter of Dr. Frederick H. Hallett of Jlackensack. N. J., died yes i. rdav at nine Point. V. 1. Spinal menin gitis Is certified uh tho causo of her death. It l reported that tho symptom were similar to those of Infantile paruly sls. Dr. Hallett, who Is head of the llackcnsack Hoard of Health. Jih his two other children lit Hluo Point. A quarantine lias been rstuldlshctl over the house nnd aujoiniiiK jiieiiuscs. Dr. William A. Hrldges, health orll cer of (Kean Bcachl I 1 and other uliVslcl.iiiK ilnrlnir a tour of Inspection of the town discovered llvo caaea of Infantile parulysls. The discovery or tne nhyslclana caused a considerable sensa tion among the summer residents. Most of the live or six hundred children In the resort are from New York or other out Hldo localities. According to the health olllcer one of the victims Is an eighteen-ear-otd buy. A strict quarantine haa been established by Dr. Bridges to pre vent the disease from spreading. There were seven new caaen yester day In thn town of Isllp, making it total of thirty-one In all. The Isolation hospital at Kastvlcw for Infantile paralysis case In Westchester county was completed yesterday after four days' work. There uro 150 rases In Westchester coanty. of which seven ure In White Plains. Hospital Attendant Stricken. Among those repotted III with the dis ease yesterday Is Hugh Tlirhe, a middle aged hospital attendant lit the Manhat tan State. Hospital for the Insane on Ward's Island. Ho was removed to Jllveialdo Hospital. With tho exception of a few children of resident physicians the occupants of Wuid'a Island ure adults. A specialist who la studying the dls- ease with a view to later research work aid yesterday that in hlK opinion adults are the principal carrier of the disease. 'The physician, who Is one of the leading authorities In the country, asked tnut hi name be withheld. Tho overworked physicians and nurses In the Wlllard Parker Hospital, where ' there ure nearly 1,000 cases, were taken for a trip on lbs Kust lllvcr and other nearby wuters on u steamboat hired by the Hcv. Frank It, Jones, Protestant chaplain of tho hospital, who raised the money. Dr. Abraham Zlngher of the hospital nluff, who has hteii observing th rcsulu of various treatments of Infantile par alysis cases, recommended lust night that physicians In private practice ex tract blood from parents and inject It Into tholr children as a mean of pre vention of the disease. It Is the theory of many research workers that the rea son for the practical Immunity of udulte' 'is that they had the .disease at some time In un unrecognised foim and that as a result bodlen wrr formed In the blood rendering tlicm Immune. Method of Treatment. The blood should be permitted to tand for twentj'-fuur hours after belnir withdrawn from the vein of the parents In order to separate tb mxiuu from the Jersey Quarantine In RIYeet. Seventy-three new cases were reported In New Jersey yesterday, maklnir a total for thn epidemic or l,53o. This does' not, however, include the Newark llgures lor yesterday, which had not been re ceived up to a Into hour last night, The report of New Jersey cases Is as follous ; South Brunswick township, Middlesex county, 14; Totowax borougli, Passalo county, 4: West New York, 5; IrvttiKton, 4 : Jersey City, 3. Two each from Camden, South Ornngo township, Kearny, West Hnboken, Passaic, Pater son, Kllzubeth, Fanwood borough, Union county. One each fron I.odl township, Hergeu county; Monroo township, (lion cestcr county; Hlooinlleld, Hast Orange, Montclalr, Nutlcy, Orange, Weehawken, Cranbury, Monroe township, Middlesex county ; New Brunswick, South Itlver, iik Branch. Asbury Puik, Highlands, Spring like, lloonlon borough, Wharton borough, Pompton township, Passalo county: North Plalnfleld. Garwood. Hill side, Linden borourh, Jtahwuy, Hope. stories cn the achievement of the author and referring only casually to the fact that Fox had supplied the vast expense ' account that mads It possible of pro duction. Older were then issued to mention ltrenuu's name no moro In any publicity. It is asserted. Fox caused uu urtlcle to appear In a theatrical journal, the ronv Comparison shows the value of Concentration Vlrirll and Mitht Heading.... r.u miliary tier Alrelira. .10 ...M . .21 ...3 rpfliah and Composition 4,1 Iterature 3') l.alln llMmnuF ....4.1 klamanurv l.atin Comrx-altinn Is Plane Ueometry i neroistry The feregeln waa the repert given by the lolleae Knlranre Hoard. June. inl, to a student who had spent Four years In another preparatory school In this eltv. The same student, after taking nttr concentration rnuraaa lor ulna menttia, paeeett the Cellege Entrance anamination Board June, lull), In the fellnerlng subjects! ...so ...M ...no ...IS ...75 ...7i American lllitorr Klrmentary Aleeura Complete., i nenusirj . . , et'lrero and Slaht Heading, . . . Vlrsll and Slaht Itiwdlns ..... Advanl Ijitln CmnpoaltlOD. For Harvard. Knell'h (Irsmtnar li Composition.. ,, nn Kncllili Literature 74 Elementary (lerman (VI Adtanced (iernuD , 00 Elementary French 01 plane Ueometry 17 Many ether eieellent records shewn en request. Hummer grhoel now in rifn. Individual m rmi Inifrtrrfon In tnv tub)rel tv thr tour or v (He lerm. Tr principal KtUomn Inlerrlevf briuttn 10 and It A. M. end hrttrrm I and t '. Af Aid'. .... A Kchonl for Uoyt under II Kill Iw opened Oct. Id. at 370 West ?2d PL, corner Weat End Ave. Applications will be rccclied up to Sept. let for a course i,f lectures on 4 even tration to Iw ill en at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. These leclurea will be of nieclal tulereat to doctors, teacbera. lawyers, and bualness men. Hoarding and Day Pupils. The Clark School for Concentration 230 Weat 7.4th HI., Center el Weat Kai Ae. Tel. 711 Columbus. SKR-LA-roTT.. SaURcrlles, N. V. Two college nninrn will take In a few gueala; roomy brltk house! telephone: mod ern plumbing, lursr (rounds, on Bute road one mile front village, ttaaonable use of AoratH, ltrfrrrn as etcluiraed l'll.llltmv J;.S.m;TT, Props. MW YORK tVeslrheeter touaty. Briarcliff Lodge Briarcliff Manor, N. Y. is un Ideul pluce for llecreution. It cives one the auiet o( the country. tho fresh, invigorating air of th mountains, und nil the comforts of the finest city hotel. Overlooking the Hudson Itiver, less than un hour from New lork. C'omr and rnjmj Uriarclif for a inckrnd or tin indtjunlc period. N. Y. Offlif. 4IU Madison Ale. will bo u wltueas attalust tlvu tiollcemeit ! plaint states, under the title of "Playing I to whom die says she paid protection money. Three of the polU'tneii arr al ready indicted. Dora White's place was In West Twenty-fourth street. King by fable." In It was told how I IVt 1....I .1 1 . n,n.li,nllnn Am ' by day over the wire. Then Hrenon re signed and began his suit. BRITISH ARE ALARMED. Qaarwntlnr Against rassengjer From , York la Advocated. IxiNPON', Aug. 15. The Times to-day I urges the Oovernment to enforce a mot I rigid quarantine ugalnst Infantile i liaralysls, now prevalent In New lork. 'At the moment when we have hu'jr I armies of men In training," says the . Tlnira, "an outbreak of thla disease would tie a great disaster. Fur the i sake of our children, too, we must take due precautions. Quurantlnn regula tions Should be enforced on passengers coming from New York and other In fected areas and a thorough disinfec tion rarrled nut In all cases where u shallow of doubt exists. If we neglect precautions and the rpedlmlc spreads here we shall have only ourselves to blame." GRAND WTO GET BAYLIS RELIEF DATA Assistant District Attorney .Markewlch Purposes to Take Action To-dny. CANADA NURSES BARRED Ottawa Volanteera Tnrned llnrk at Border aa Contract Laborers. NEW YORK'S PRIVATE SCHOOLS Assistant District Attorney Marke wlch Is going to present the affairs of the Allies llnepltul Relief Commission to the (trund Jury to-day. In his Inquiry Into some of the work Inr of the commission ho has received a letter alleging that lr. Charles T. llaylla. director-general of the commis sion, lind raised money for the taking of moving pictures In the war zone and has never taken the pictures. The ' writer said that Dr. Baylls hnd men- 1 tloncd the nnmee of CjI. ltoosevelt and ' Mr Arthur Herbert as among his In fluential friends. Dr. Haylls declared that the story that he had raised $2,500 at Lanesvllle, Mass., for a Kuroptan war picture scheme was a "pure Action." He said that the project was started but was icver carried out and that no funds toi'nu m:n and ot. hamilton inmtitite for boys. Ilih nt. and W. E. Ave. Tat. I03 lllver. Ilth year begins October, aecond. OertllcaUoa for Tf aalveraltles ssd college- TRINITY BCHOOL, 147 W. ulst at. . rounded 170. , Twelveyear of Kehnol In I'raparaUooforCdl let. 101th rear begins Monday. Hept. Jits- Ottawa, Ont.. Aub. 14. Tlie city au thorities will mako representations to Washington, it wus ulinnunced to-day, respecting the treatment received by nurses from Ottawa who were last Fri day night refused admission to the t'nlted tates at Alburgh, Vt under were Htilcribed. the alien labor act. The nurses had been It developed yesterday through the engaged by a New Yoik hospital to help turning oier to the District Attornev of fight the iiifnntlle paills epidemic. ' lr ll.olls'a letters, under a subpirua lite uuiiiuiiucn urn- rat iiici - wus no npicr, lll.'ll 1'resioeill li nson t aid and question nf the terms ot the law being trespassed, as the nurses were nn a mis slon of mercy for which they volun teered. When they reached the border, the nurses say, they were draggrd from their berths at night and put nut Into the rain. On their return here thry suld a change of regulations Hi not likely to induce them to leave Canada again. HI 11 l name as well ns Mrs. Wilson's had I been solicited In connection with the 1 commlhftlon, but that both had declined, i Among contributors t, the fund who I have been snhpornaed as witnesses arc I Mrs. W K. Vanderbllt, Jules H. Ilache. I II. II. Weattnghuuse, (leorge A. Kessler I and Daniel Cuggenhelm. Home of them are far away. Queens. F.Miahtth North. H Jackson svenue, Lone laland City: Nicholas Krtl. : Willow atrtft, Astoria: Agn-s Lynch. 104 Flak; avenue, Maapeth; Henry Mahrnialn. J'. Xlorton avenue, Middle Vlllase; Morris Blrketl. 17l Centre atr-t, Klrtgewimd: Wsllace. Laura and Kuone Andrlcks. SI Union Hall street. Jamaica: r ranrla Kemp. 51 Undine t.tiurt. Itockaway llearh: Paul Qrandcllrlon, 13 Hlsnro placn, Jamaica; John Knntilork. 107 Liggett avenue. Union Course: garah Kllnteg, Chlcheater avenue. Hollla: Henry Laneilng. Kast Ward place and fulton atreet, Jamaica. BOYS' CAMP BROKEN UP. Centre laland Colony Objected t Presence of -New Yorker. Otstcr Bat. U. I.. Aug. 14. At the order of the Town Hoard eighty dlscoti. solato boya to-day broke up their sum mer camp on Centro Island, which ha been conducted for them under the aus pices of Ht. John's Church, Manhattan, and with their belonging tartcd fur the city. The order of tho Town Hoard wa the result of a resolution based on the complaint of many of the wealthy resi dents of the Centro Island colony, r, N. Doubleday, publisher und part' ner of Ambassador Walter It. Page, whose tluughter-ln-Uw, Mrs. Kutherlne Befton Page, died of Infantile paralysis on Saturday, to-day subscribed 11,000 for the erection of an Isolation hospital for new cases of the disease at Garden City. Other wealthy residonts sub. scribed enough to build the hospital Immediately. The Town Board cf Oyster Hay, on the recommendation of Deputy Htate Health Commissioner Leslie It, Williams and over the heated objections of Kuper visor Cocks, to-day adopted a moro dras tic quarantine rule to prevent the spread of Infantile paralysis. Tim new regulations provide not only for the strict quarantine of 'houses where the disease has appeared but also for houses where there are suspected cases for a pe riod of six week. Commissioner Williams nald: "The quarantine rules ure going to he. en forced In Naasau county even If I have to Vail on the National Ouurd to enforce them." 5467 Milesc RRRKRLKY-IRVINO HC1IOOI.. 'Troin Primary to College." lrm.. Helm' Pool. ate. Ilth er opena Oct. 41B. J0I.1S W. llrd at. Tel. Col. 1411. MrBnrner aetiool, West aide Y.M.C.. J.' W. S7th t. Phone Columbus WW. Prepsre foe collete and , for life. A new day school with distinctive feature. ARIsARII Bt'llOOL roR ROYS. Fleldston. West I4ld B .Uors may re main all day. includlns Hat'y. rtudr hour. Tennis Courts. Ath. yield. Kind g to College. Mr. CARPRNTRR'H M:HOUL fer HT JIO 3U West End Ave. Tel Col. 4.101. The luth year begins October 4. PUS. Ouu-'isir eserclees I :ao to 4 all winter. TIIK KOIIt'T M'lllltll. FtHl ItllYS Klterilale-ou-lludaou. KlnK-bridttr. ' A country day and Imanllnp schisil for younger lsia. (IAI1UV J. KlTdKL. I'rht. roR CIKl.t AMI TOUNti WOMHN. HAMILTON INBTITt TK FOR IIRI.). Illierslde Drive and WOlb atreet. New ork cll. a thoroughly equipped. estab lished school. Health fe-fiiardeil. 1IIK BAHNAItll BCHOOL FOR IIIRLB. Kindercarlea to Colle-., araduates la Rinlnf Colleges, nymnsjlutn yd Teonls. Catalogue. 423 Weal UStlt Ktreot. BARNARD BCHOOL OP IIOLgKHOLO AKT. 326 VV Tilth Ut Training for bom Siskera. Dreaamakln. designing, mllll. "ery. conVIn. acc.unn Tel. n ychuy' BOTH HEXR8. ETHICAL Ct LTrilK xCHOOL Central Pari Wel and HUty thlrd Xtreet. lr. irinarrartn In Collrce, Athletic l leld. Oisin Air Pepartmeat. Vloreme .Mgltlliisal Uihool for nwioin n'l I'l.-kiianl chluVcn. Hoarding Kr inn . XIS !t and Hlverdale Ave. Day M-hool. 3ir. West hTlh Kt Mote Freed of Trying- Suicide. Thomas A. Nelson, It, a deaf mute ot Sll West 144th street, wus discharged In thn Washington Heights court yesterday by Maglstratn Ilrdugh on tho charge of uttempted suicide brought against him on Friday after he had been found In Fort Washington Park apparently Buf fering from tho effect cf drug, On this Prodium Process Rubber Tire tVoncfcrul net rntkr ikmt wmr afsvtm am tvnly at finm r The illustration above is a section from a Prodium Process Tire that ran 9,467 miles on a heavy car. Note the thickness of tread still remaining;. Prodium Pnoceu Rubber (the new tire tread stock uied exclusively on Republic tirei) ii practically chip proof and cut proof. Thousands of miles of service leave its surface in perfect condition. Rotting of fabric and resultant blow-outs are reduced to a minimum. Think of what this means in tire bills. Get a sample strip of Prodium Process Rubber. Try to break it. Its wonderful tensile stfenth is but one of the rea sons why Prodium Process tires give such excellent service. REPUBLIC TIRES SfAgGRp PLAIN , AND "WM TREADS' l-.T.XWWm Mud, bt th, StylUh Black Trmd fefrtlLc Rabitr Cu, i N. Y, 221 W, 5U Strati easjas nijf'TniT iMRARH DAII.T al'NOAT. BATEI ON BIUIIMT. THR t:HOOL. COI.I.OBAs.V,,r atluKAV. N. T. U!s. CITT. MANHATTAN COLLEGE ' ISrnadus)' and 111" Ml . N'rvi utlt CiD.i liiiinded I VI. Itmthefa nf the t'hrlstlan M bonis. Arts and lsllrrs. Mvll l.nslnrrliiK. llllli sm'IhioI for ( nllrar I'rrparallnn, lllsh "M'hiiAl or ('unimrn e. PliKI'AKEK KOR I.KCIAI.. MKUICA1.. I1KN. TAI. (ITIIKIl l'HOKK-SIONAI. mrilSKI Hr.nlent i Pay Si holan Writs for C.italiun." Mndl.s rr.uin'1 en llnnds)', H.-pt Ilth. 14 EW OllK itatrn lalaa. BKOOKLYN' Mew Verk. KI'.KP Vtll'K HOV CON I K I 1. 1 end him to Marquand la rVhisit. utiw lie will lie liaiiv mldt Inipirlnx Innufiii . College or husftiisis preparatory. All ath tetli,. Cataluit M IIIIIM. (lit IlllVh lomPI.,u'kln MARQUAND Centnl Brant niY.M.C.AMHjn MIDLAND BEACH STATEN ISLAND Refined Amusement Amid Refiaasl Surrounding. Hathlnc perfeetiy Kit; liathlnt crnundt mprd In, and a euros of lifu ".iiMr'ln hoal.. Not murh depth of water mi hoarr lireakmi no stnlden washout. In f: nothing to rauae fiar In any retpect. mtW JKB8ET atlaoU CHr. MMMH'HV t'liiiiirellrtit. WESTMINSTER SCHOOL HIMMltTUY. COaSaMil'TiriT. A Ihonnigthly mulpjHil rntltnt-)riarii-tr m'IhmiI for Iki or twelve tu cindtii':!. J-'dr rtipy nf rttrsl In 4iIiVi',ntr4nf,3 ( -MiiiliMtinu niAitf by WtntmitioUr 1in in J ii tit', ami HiBii'tiu-nt i f tlie Hi'hiHil, nillrtH.H W L. t'i:Hl.N(i. M. A.. Ui'ilmt.M.:r. Hif LtADiNG RtSOHT hOILLOf IHt WORLD iHatlborouiti-BUeim ATLANTIC CITY.N.J. OWN(NrlU MtwatMCNr. UOSIAH VVHITe SONis COMHAW fjMI ATl-AHTIC ClTV . Oi (tkt tk TAMLl Bt HIVIMTVl of Am iv If rniii?rl r7Lttr.Ul V T NOTTL IITW YORK BOOHIMG OTrtCE W TITIC 1R illt!. ANII VUi UtMi:S. VA1.IIA1.I.A w nrk, Raleigh Hotel lilgli Class Hrrilcr, Itrusonablt llataa. Chaonaqua Mountain Institute, alhalla, Wratrliestrr Co,, N, V. A hnin rclinid fer (itlll, In Uie real eoiintr?. undir cure of I't ten Is. ilnjn,' mntlier for loung ihlUren. ttth )ear miles (rmn .V , !0 re, Sim 11 drill linn rrlnnir. l'reMr.itnry, Mu.ie, Art, Iiotne.ilc ,'ln, Mmiiiih1 TrHlnln and I'omnirrl.il tn-iits. ivinnu.luin llrants Ftatulsrd. Itstes tSuH tn IlliS, ll,pti tt-i't Is I'atmog N iiitlt.-, tiuom 1 10, JO Vitry ft. Tel HSi t'otl. NEW JKIl!i:V Asbnry rarh. THE BERWIN Abaolutcly Hrst clasi; tlrvntnr lo trt vI; nctrir itcitiaj, runninc Mtitir n Mill umn, a, MAUIWI I roomt; tuttefl ut . BROOKS. ntiSiNKSK sriiooLf. A ORK MTV. w York. F PACKARD COMMERCIAL SCHOOL Lexington Ave. and 35th Street Fall Term Opens Sept. 5 THOROUGHNESS it the key-note of the Packard method of business training. Each student receives attention according to his requirements. Commercial, Steno graphic, and Secretarial Coursrt; Com mercial Spanish; Higher Accounting, Cost Accounting, and Auditing. Send for prospectus. No solicitors. LAW nCHOOlA NEW YORK CITY. New Yerk. NEW YORK LAW SCHOOL, Day Srhool lit rultoa Ml., Js. V. l it). imam .uriiuxr Colleges for men and women preparatory wltisil for Ihii. and ulrl. l In-tinnion-. Murailan I allele and I heo'ncli nl Srmlnsr), llelhlelieiit. V lound"l IS07. 't'sio dlrtlnrt diiiartmenis. l-'or i-au!iadlre? Ur. A. hrfitiitv, I 'resident. Ilm 14. Nninrrth Hsll Mllltarr iadfiui, Vaarelli. I'a, ,.mr. ttir nml Cnl. Ice IVeparatory ! Ihh.Is. Ilnsines. nnd Mdnunl Tr.Tln.iiK. lios Mnratian I'ariirlil.il hi limit, llethte. hem, r. ('o.eitueati'inal I'olltvi. ire(w. ration a swrlslty. I'onrvH, in IIhIiis.h and Manuid Art. KindiTiorten. ll r-,. Linden ll.tll Senilnsri, Mill. I'n. For lilrls and 'olln(r Women, lli-nend and lliwestle Vlvnee, yis-relsrl.it. Mii-u-An. ei'lil I'ourseji. diltetfu i'l-rpura tory. elr. llox ,'l Sislriii Aeadeinv and Colleae, Mills. tnn-tatriii, ,. t. rarnll) of im. I'nlly eninptieit detisrtnicnt.i, Indtildnri rare. Ilr.ilin i-ondlllnns ideal, irem.ile.l Aierape cost I ('.'.' Hot t . .1iirailsti Sirtnliiary nnd Cnltece for Momen, Itelhlrliem. la. Illclt iti. .1,1 and t'ollrite A, It ronr areriilliisl I ,y Male Male lisrli-rs rtilleale, Muslr, Art. Doineslie M-ielli e. lint M. I let a IN In reBanl to Hie sImii e whis,U will he irnl on itsiue.t to the arlnsil.. Itsles nusttrate. AMlt'RY VARK. N. j. I Tba Cl.an.st Itc.orl In Amarlea, 1 Booklet ol lliollii'.r Ilirrclur, y Uaardwslh. TIIK CAMIIRI , saa Aahur.T Ate. Kasr lha ass. Cariallty AI17 rooms Rots It to Ii:. II M, THOMAS. Stlltr" HOt.'Sli, I'lrst s.. orrrlonV'r nr.11, Are. UO. Hatse os aci'll. Harry I. Ollfrsoa. alg, NK1V JEKMSY spreig Ijike Beach. THE SH0REHAM t"r,Sw,-Jke?..,;:cto- Slod.rn bntsl. IcratrJ on the Lake; toe locks from lha Uiran laihlne l,fsch. Now epaa. K. C, MfANUUNURUQ, I'rop. THE ALLAIRE prlnc Laka llnirh, N, J. Iilrectlr en the ksach. klAUU COLOATK UOLalKS. NiSIV JEBSKV Imi Breach. Iing nranrh aiummrr CapltaJ ef C. B, Illustrated tmidtlata. I'ubllctty Ulraatsr. City Hall. Long Uranch. . J. Ni;W YOI1K 4'ITY. i York. NEW JKBHKY Del mar. IIIITKI. ( Ol.f.MIIIA. Taelnc dlrrtl on tho ufmn, ronm. wltk prliale bsths. Itunnlng water In svary bad. room tiHiiLlnc Ori'lu.tra, Kleinior. UEU, I W.atcrAllt.A.M), llir. J rKNNSVI.lla.MA Kawt Mroudsborg. I RCRlAIPkr IMM Kleratedl aned.m ws.Ksw.wis 11111 appnlnlnirata; rarm t aliedy laisnsl Irnllrv tn enlraneei aula and 111 fry aertlrei ganigr; tennis court 1 Il lustrated hmiklet. P. V. DICKERSON. East Htrntidslinrg, I'a. Hornier Mglitlngatr Si hniil tnr' Nervous and Pac'twaril Children Mill hihmi a DAY SOHOOXj at a 1.1 Heal s7lll Ntreel, N. V. i 111. (Ilet. Illien.lde llrlwand Uis.i Cud Aie.), si;rri,MBt:it tsrii. Until Kent tith, address or apiily Main rVhoul, 2.isth Hirivt and itlunlalo Ale. I'hono KlnxsbrldK" a 10. rKN.SSVLVANIA Canadn SPRUCE CABIN INN, Eirnlnc Mrhool. of Instruction, Near Kullun Ht. Runway Htallun, Hudson Trrmlnal und lileruled It, It, stations. Cinirts ann lawyira- timcca eiose ut Hand. Ptiidrnla ran jnln A. M. nr I'. II nr Kv. nine (Maasrs. Thrrs )ara' eouiaa, with ,- rre or 11, ireaii.rs usfii, nun rases, tctura notea, ate, Hrnd for Catalogue No. 10. . lii.uituu riiAflL, ucsn. LAW SCHOOL Slt WoelHerlh llulldln UniTCnalll Sii HHOAHWAY. Afternoon Classes 4:15 to 6:15 Evenlni Classes 7:45 to 9:45 Term lleglns Kepi. 2. I'AKK. hVHTKM. Tuition I've, una ilumlred un,l leu DullHrs IVlulogua srnt on appllcutlon In Itrgistrar, VLYINO INSTRUCTION. I tiSV Tn SI.Vl.,n rinh lleanaa . ' I eataadi call er write. Eastern Ucheol tt MUm, UU D SUie At, Sreekla. I $f PRIVATE If SCHOOLS 1 1 1 There are so many rtrellnnt VI irMltutlons that It IsdltTlriilt III frr parents to deride wlilrh I lit toieleet, Tn help solve your lto AJ frcblrm unbiassed Informs- I'm OB lien lieartn nn jour par. LcC ' W tlnilar Instanrn and book. jl fw lets of any srhool nr rnlleae vf I 1 1 still li tent yotl free upon 51 1 renttest. Wrllt. atalln near 1 1 isrhal elty or man you would 1 1 1 Ilka your rhtldrm to br. Ill ,. Llml .if .rhnol and III ft murh you ilealro to 111 IJl nd lor tuition and sup. I! I JO t. Iminedlately upon iVSa ding tnls adtrsrtUenieul ISy ,TheN.w YerV Su, Ml -Itnonis en autis ivltll brftli liAra.r ffsddl hot. ra All ainii.rni.'nts, Writs for llnoklit. lr'sro statlun, k II It, W. J. i M. li, l'Hll.'B. Csnadsnsls, Pa ri:N.NSYI.VANIA. l.rHAWANN.rMFilMKR KKSORT. TlrkHllfflrt s Un a Iway. Cor. Will St. , Tor. I'ark flare; Cor. i'sth nt.: (r. 4ZI Ht.. w Tars. NEW KNIiLANII. TIIK IDEM, Torn 1,000 miles through Ni lnt. ant's 8caal iVonilrrlatid, Itouts h'Ok nn,t map on sp- titration, lino ll'wu, N. V., or Uotal Hon, M'atsruury, Conn. TOUR NEW ENGLAND I'erfeet lluada' .M.ikiiIII, ent Hi enrry' Hrse loir Air! Tor lload Map hiI In-.. VM . KIMH 1,1.. .' v r lintel A'n, Urspcr lintel, Nnrtluniptiiu, Ma.s, .misci;i,i.am:i)Is. ,"''K'A'i.hi'iMi:HrKAi.iHr. av.cvs s.Diilawiro Hudson Unas hlltltOti.yTL.V NOI ICE1. IIEAH, SAMUEL J II. NOTHM! IS IIKHHIIV GIVEN to all par. soils ll.11 Inii 1 llllns avaliwl HAML'Ul. HI", It, Jit., late ot Wtl.Mt.N'dTON. NORTH CAHOI.INA. derrasrd. to ptrtent lha same with vouchers tlicrrnr to the subscrtbar at Ila plura of transatllng business, No. II Wall btrsrt, lluroufli of Manhattan, City el New York, on or betor lha Still dag el flUISITlDSY IIVSl "ft ted. Naw Tork. March Itth. 1SJS, 4SAflana altUBs7 t. Wats' AM T, feaosjt .