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keeper, 1341 E. 47th St., as he was
eoming outr6tparroh's chicken cbopT
v4 persons injured' when -street car
struck and demolished .an' auto in
front of 2l4i S. Ashland av.
LANDIS SAYS. OLEO CASE CAN
NOT BE COMPROMISED
y"You shall inquire whether attor
neys, agents or representatives of the
companies, or officers of the United
States government, entered into a
conspiracy to defraud the United
These words, uttered by Federal
Judge KM. Landis in charging the
special grand jury called o investi
gate the alleged $1,200,000 oleomar
garine frauds, plainly showed that
the court was- suspicious of the set
tlement made by the Taft adminis
tration on its last day in office.
On the morning of March 4, Secre
tary of the Treasury MacVeagh,
himself a Chicago wholesale grocer,
compromised the case of the oleo
manufacturers for $101,000. At the
time Landis was impaneling a jury to
investigate the claim the manufac
turers had colored their product and
failed to pay the government 10
cents per pound revenue tax.
Judge Landis declares the govern
ment has no power to compromise a
criminal prosecution. He is ignoring
MacVeagh's eleventh-hour settle
ment. - "
" LITTLE FACTS ABOUT MILK
Pure milk is the properlyhandled
product of healthy, well-fed cows.
Milk must contain a certain amount
of fat and other solids to be legally
regarded as pure.
The appearance of milk is often
deceptive, and frequently experienced
dairymen are misled by it.
The pure milk has a slightly yel
lowish color, a very slight odor, if
any, and should have a-sweet, pure
- According to Fanner's Bulletin 42,
issued by the United State Denarjt
ment of Agriculture, -the cream- of
pure milk Bhpuld rise naturally, and if
the separation is thoroughly effected -the
cream should form one-eighth to
one-fifth of the total volume.
There shoiild not be any sediment
fn the bottom of die jar or bottle.
When good milk is poured from,a
tumbler it should -cling to ther glass
a little instead of running Off per
fectly clear like waterr'
Skimmed or watered milk is thin
ner than the whole milk. It is bluish
White. The yellow shade in- milk is due to
the fat. But it is not safe to judge
by the color alone, as the yellowist
milk is not necessarily richest.
Artificial colors are- sometimes
FEELING TOWARD - FRIEDMAN!
CURE HAS REVERSED
New York, March 17. Dr. Fried
rich Franz Friedmann, who haB
treated more than 100. tuberculosis
caBes in Canada, returned to New
York today to find the -feeling regard
ing his cure had been reversed Bince.
he made his first demonstration here.
At that time Friedmann met with
a storm of opposition; and many
physicians ridiculed his pretensions
to cure consumption. Today ther is
a revulsion of feeling among -these
"Iff. Maurice Sturm, one of'Fried
mann's earliest critics, and the man
who declared the Berlin physician
had a ".quack remedy," said because
of the remarkable improvement s'ev-
eral of the patients treated by Fried-
,mann had shown: "I can no longer
This opinion is typical of the uni
versal change in the attitude of
scientists. No obstacles will be
thrown in the way oMiTUev demon
strations. Friedmann will immediately begin
extensive tests under government su
pervision. ' , '