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THE WASHINGTON TIMES THUESDAT OCTOBER 20 191G 11
DEALERS CHARGE CHARGEPLAN
PLAN TO CORNER CORNERBut
But They Give No Specific SpecificProof SpecificProof
Proof When 7hen Questioned QuestionedAt
At Hearing HearingSCIENTISTS 4 4SCIENTISTS
SCIENTISTS FAVOR FAVORTUBERCULIN FAVORTUBERCULIN
TUBERCULIN TEST TESTAssert TESTAssert
Assert It Has ProvedIts Worth WorthIn WorthIn
In Thirtythree Thirty three Cities of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Country CountryContinued CountryContinUed
Continued Contlnuodfrozn from First Page Pageprotect Pageprotect
protect Drotectthe the public pending pendingthe the universal
enforcement of the tuberculin testTuberculin testTuberculin test
Tuberculin test Switched SwitchedThe
rest = est 1 1The
The question of a a tuberculin tuberculin test testwas testas
was as sidestepped by the dealers The
dealers even stated they tlle stood hand
In hand with the Commissioners Comml slonors in any anyeffort anyefrot
effort to force producers to establish establishand cstabllshand
and maintain sanitary conditions conditionsThe conditionsThe
The real issue l sue of this hearing de declared declared ¬
clared Commissioner Johnston after the
dealers had presented pree nted their case cas If i tho thocharge ho hocharge hecharge
charge that the Health Department Is
Influenced by and Is partial to certain
interests Pasteurization on Its merits
is not to be considered now nor is the
tuberculin test the point at issue i56UeThat iseueThat
That Dr W C Woodward oodward formerly formerlyowned tormerl tormerlowned formerlyowned
owned stock in a sanitary sanltaI concern was wasanother wasanother
another charge made by b Sir Ir Trundle Trundlewho Trundlewho Trundlewho
who declared he would place proof with withthe withthe
the Commissioners in writing writingWant wI1UngWant
Want To Sell Machinery MachineryThe MachineryThe MachineryThe
The agitators for pasteurization want wantto wantto
to sell machinery declared Mr 11 Thomp Thompson Thomp6On ¬
son vice president of the dealers body
They are now trying to get control of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the milk output of Washington as they thc thcdid
did that of Chicago They The are using
the Health Department as their tooL tooLWe toole tooLWe
We e want to sell milk Their object objectis
is not to sell milk but to sell pasteuriz pasteurizing pasteurizin ¬
ing in ingmachinery machinery machlner If they win retribution retributionwill retributionwill
will 111 surely surel come swiftly to Washington WashingtonSmall WashingtonSmall VahinstonSmall
Small dealers will go out of business businessThe buslneesThe
The price oi o oi milk will soar sky high highAnd highAnd
And the consumer will pay a high price pricefor pricefor rIco rIcofor
for the useless junk of machinery they
are trying to foist on the National NationalCapital NationalCapital NationalCapital
Capital CapitalMr CapitalMr CapitalMr
Mr Thompson cited the case of Chi ¬
cago which decided to test pasteuriza ¬
tion for fie years cars until farmers should
have a chance to have their herds tuber tuberculin tubtrculln tuberculin ¬
culin tested testedA testedA testedA
A million dollars worth of machines machineswas machineswas
was sold there he said At the end endof ondor endof
of the term they will be thrown over as asuseless asuseless asuseless
useless It the Health Department can
fly fl in the face of the verHct ver ve llet of prac practically Dra pratically ¬
tically every physician of note tlvvt tlvvtraw thl thlraw tIjtraw
raw milk is the most healthful and andnourishing a141nourishing andnourishing
nourishing infant food how can we weconstrue weconstrue
construe its actions except as the result resultor resultor resultor
or bias or Ignorance or both bothThese bothThese bothThese
These Interests were so powerful In InNew
New 1crk ark city elt that they succeeded in
having the head of the health depart department department department ¬
ment removed and had placed in his hisposition hisposition hisposition
position an ardent disciple of pasteuriza pasteurization pasteuri pasteurizaijon a atlon ¬
tion who Is now trying to fost thc thepasterizing thcpasterlzlng thcpasterizing
pasterizing dream off on Gotham GothamMilk GothamMilk GothamMilk
Milk Law Favored FavoredThe FavoredTho FavoredTho
Tho milk law of IDOi DO had ha the 1 ehearty eheartyJndorsement hearty heartyindorsement heartylndorsemeat
indorsement of dealers the speaker as asserted asserted ¬
serted sertedThat sertedThat sertedThat
That law is adequate to the protec protection protection protection ¬
tion of the consumer he said If the thedepartment thedepartment thedepartment
department would spend its time In try trying tryIns tryIng ¬
ing Ins to enforce it it would have its hands handslull hands1ull I Itull
lull But it is the insistence on going
beyond beond that law 18 such a as IB indicated indicatedby indicatedb I Iby
by b its present resent attempt to make a bac bacterial bacterIal bacterial ¬
terial count and a a tuberculin test that thatwe thatwe thatwe
we object to toBesides toBesIdes toBesides
Besides representatives of the dealers dealersbody dealersbody dealersbody
body the following appeared today toda to totestify totestify tetestify
testify testifyDr testifyDr testifyDr
Dr A D Melvin chief of the Bureau Bureauof Buro u uOf I Ior
of Animal Industry Indust13 Indust13Dr
Dr John R Mohler chief of the di division dlIslon division ¬
vision Islon of pathology of the Bureau Bur au of ofAnimal ofAnimal 01Animal
Animal Industry IndustryDr Indu IndustryDr t13 t13Dr
Dr E C Schroeder Schroe er superintendent of ofthe ofthe ol olthe
the experiment station of the Bureau Bureauof BureauoC Bureatof
of Animal Industry Indust13 at Bethesda Beth fda Md MdDr MdDr Id IdDr
Dr John F Anderson assistant a elstant di director director director ¬
rector of the hygienic h lenic laboratory of the thePublic thePublic th thPublic
Public Health and Marine Hospital Serv Service Service Service ¬
ice iceDr
Dr G I L Magruder Emlc Berliner BerllnorDr BerlinerDr BerlinerDr
Dr George Geor e M Kob Ko Kober r and J Louis LouisWlllige LouisWUliie Loubwilltie
Wlllige chairman cbairm n of the Chamber of ofCommerce ofCommfrce ol olCommerce
Commerce committee that is to investi investigate inCtiUrate investtgate ¬
gate the milk situation in Washington WashingtonSold WashingtonSold lashlngtonSold
Sold Without Permit PermitThat PermitThat PermitThat
That milk was being sold in dozens dozensof dozensof dozemof
of Washington grocery stores which whichheld whichhetd whiclheld
held no permit p rmlt and that the law was wasbeing wnsbeIng wzubein
being beIng bein violated in the shipment of milk milkto mUItto mil milto
to this city cit from outside States were werecharges werecbarocs werccharges
charges preferred by W Yo A Simpson Simpsona
a large milk dealer who appeared for forie fortbe foithe
ie association associationZ associationwill associationwiU
Z will hand the Commissioners a II1cn i ilerrtlsy
lengthy 1cn thy list of small grocers rocers yelling 14e1lln milk milkDepartment milkwitnout miltivit1out
witnout vit1out It a permit 0 og whom the Health HealthIepartment HeaitlDepartment
Department seems to take tak no n < cogniz cognizance co cognizance nlz nlzance ¬
ance said Mr 1 Simpson SimpsonI
I know of dairy daiI farms that have havebeen havebeen hav havbeen
been sending B4 sendtn > ndlnt milk to Washington for forthree Corthr foithree
three thr e years on the strength 8tr h of an ar application arTlkation arplicatlon ¬
plication plicatlon and have never In that time timebeen timebeen tim timbeen
been granted a permit These Infrac Infractions infractions infractions ¬
tions of the lw I w the dealers want in investigated InUated inestigated ¬
vestigated vestigatedThe estigatedThe Uated UatedThe
The scalp of Health Officer Woodward Woodwardwas Voodwartlwas I Ir
was demanded In the address addre s made by byJ b bt r
A J t S Trundle chairman of the execu executive eeclthe execitive ¬
tive committee of the association who whoconducted whoconduct whcconductd
conducted conduct the tll tight today todayStands tooa tooaStands todayStands
Stands By Department DepartmentDr
Dr A D Melrln IeIYln chief of the Bu Bureau Bureau Bereau ¬
reau of Animal Industry Industr wag wa the lirst lirstwitness tlrstwitn08 I Iwitness
witness to testify in support of the theHealth theHealth th thHealth
Health Department He gave 8ve the re results results resuits ¬
sults of tuberculin tests in the Dis District District Dietrict ¬
trict made at the flte request of the local localdepartment 10caldepartment loca locadepartment
department A year ear ago 1700 cows cowswere cowswere cosv i
il
were tested here and 31D reacted or orabout orabout oi oiabout l
about 15 i per cent Of these Dr Mel MelI 1el 1elvln j
win said 9S iS per cent were found upon uponslaughter uponslaughter upoieiaughter I
slaughter to have tuberculosis tuberculosisIn
In reply repl to questions Dr Melvin said saidthat saidthat sahthat I
that the tuberculin test has been de demonstrated 1
monstrated to be reliable He said the theBureau theBureau th thBureau S
Bureau of Animal Industry Industr had ob observed observed observed ¬
served the effects of the tuberculin tuberculintest tuberculintst tubarculirtest
test on n 40SOOO cattle In a period of five fiveyears fiveears ftv ftvyears
years ears and that 925 per cent reacted reactedindicating reactedIndicating reactedIndicating
indicating that that portion had tu tuberculin turcuUn tuberculin ¬
berculin berculinDr berculinDr rcuUn rcuUnDr
Dr Melvin lelln said that 24784 of the re reacting reattlnl reaeting ¬
acting animals had been slaughtered slaughteredand slau htered hteredand
and that of this number 3 13S7 > 3S7 had hadbeen hadbeen hatbeen I
been found to have had tuberculosis tuberculosisThe tutierculoslsThe tuberculosisThe
The test Dr Melvin declared had hadtherefore hadtherefore hadtherefore
therefore been decided In these cases casesto casesto casesto
to have been a reliable diagnostic diagnosticagent diagnosticagent diagnostkagent
agent in 9S38 per cent of the cattle cattleslaughtered cattleslaughtered I Islaughtered
slaughtered slaughteredNot slaughteredNot slaughteredNot
Not Interested In Company CompanyDr
Dr John R Mohler chief of the di division division division ¬
vision of pathology patholoJ of the Bureau of ofAnimal oCAnimal o f fAnimal
Animal Industry Industr followed Dr Melvin Melvinand elIn elInnnd I Iand
and emphatically denied he is interested interestedin I IIn
in anj an nflL pasteurizing machinery machlner Dr DrMohler DrMohler DrMohler
Mohler was a member of the Interna International Internatfonal International ¬
tional Commission on the Control of ofBovine ofBovin o f fBovine
Bovine Tuberculosis Tuberculo ls which decided that thatthe t tthe j
the tuberculin teat te t is reliable and ad advisable advisable d dylsable ¬
visable visableBoth visableBoth ylsableBoth
Both Dr Melvin and Dr Mohler Mohlerquoted Iohlerquoted r rquoted
quoted from numerous works of sclenj scien scientifIc scientific
tifIc and practical experiments to show showthat showthat r rthat
that the reliability of the tuberculin tuberculintest tuberculintest t tteat
test has been b n established tabUshed The pos ¬
sibility s or error has never been b en found foundto foundto foundbe
to t be greater than 3 per cent according accordingto
to t o Dr Mohler He said thirtythree thirtythreeAmerican thirtthreeAmerIcan thirtythreeAmerican
American cities now require the tuber tuberculin tu tuberuhin r rcuBn ¬
culin c uhin test of all herds that furnish turn Ish them themmilk themmilk themmilk
milk milkDr milkDr milkDr
Dr Mohlor left with the Commis Commissioners Commissioners Commiatoners ¬
sioners a a copy of the report of the In Internatloril InternaUoS1 Inernatiol
ternatloril t Commission on the Control Controlof ControloC
of o oi f Bovine Tuberculosis Tuberculoslsand and nOlnted out outIts uutits outts
ol Its i ts sections that bear directly on tie ihelocal 1helocal tieocal
ob local l controversy controers He also loft a num number number numer ¬
ber b er of documents showing the results resultsof rc1ul18of resultsf
of o f milk research by the Agricultural AgriculturalDepartment AgriculturalDepartment A loultural loulturalJJep
Department JJep rtment and Public Health and Ma Marine lI1arlne Matine ¬
tine Hospital Service In which the con conclusions C conlusloris < n nelusions ¬
elusions c had been reached that the thetuberculin thetuberculin theuberculin
tuberculin t test is reliable reliableOne reliableOne reliableOne
One In Eighteen EighteenDr
Dr E C Schroeder superintendent superintendentof
of o f the Bethesda Md experiment eta station st st1Ion etaion ¬
tion t ion of the Bureau of Animal Industry Industrywas Industr Industrwas Industrywas
was the third scientist to testify He Hegave Hegae Heave
gave g ave a resume of the examination of ofthe ofthe ofhe
the t he Districts ipik IP lk supply two ears earsago carsago earsgo
ago a ta tn go by his station the Bureau of Ani Animal Animal Ansa ¬
mal n sa Industry Intlustr and the Public Health Healthand Healthand Heaitlind
and a nd Marine Hospital Service which ho hosaid hosaid hoaid
said s aid showed that tubreculosiz existed in inone inone inne
one o so ne out of each eighteen samples of ofmilk ofmilk ofmilk
milk examined examinedMORE examinedMORE xamlnedIORE
MORE MOREDr MOREDr IORE IOREDr
Dr John F Aiderson AI der80n director of ofthe otthe ofhe
the t he Hygienic Laboiatory LabOI tory of th the Public PublicHealth PublicHealth PublicHealth
Health tt and Marine Hospital Service Servicetestified Senicete Serviceestified
testified te t tt tfted on his investigation of Wash Washtigators Washigators Vash Vashtlgktors
tigators t showing that of 1121 I I samples samplespies samplspie samplesies
pies pie p ies from 104 dairies anj nJ round tunercie tunerciebacilli tU tutercie tuterciebacilli ercle erclehacml
bacilli in 7 per cent of the th samples and andIn andIn
In I n the milk from 107 per r cert of the thedairies thedairies
dairies dairiesDr dairiesDr d
Dr Anderson said he had compiled a atable
table t of the experiments of other Inves Investigators 1mesUp8tors invesiators ¬
I tigators t tt iators showing that of 1734 samples samplesof
of 01 o milk examined by b various scientists scientistsIn
In I n America and elsewhere recently 113 113Eer 113per
per p er cent had been found to contain co tain tu tuercle tuLJcrce tuerce
Eer h LJcrce ercle bacilli Dr Anderson also pre presented presontc proented ¬
sented sontc s statistics to show that about 25 25per 2Sper 5 5er
per p er cent of tuberculosis among amon children childrenunder childrenunder
under u nder flv 1l ive j years ears Is of the bovine char character character ¬
acter a cter
Have Lively Tilt TiltThe TiltThe TiltThe
The hearing hearin wt WaS s enlivened onlivon d Just be before before ¬
fore f ore Its adjturnment by b a tilt be between betweon ¬
tween t weon Mr lr Thompson and Dr Schroe Schroeder Schroeder Schroeer ¬
der d er Mr Thompson said saidIt saidIt
It It not a fact that Dr Koch the thogreatest thegre
greatest gre test tuberculosis expert In the thoworld theworld theworld
world says bovine tuberculosis is not nottransmissible nottransmissible notransmissible
transmissible t to human beings beingsDr beln beinsTDr s sDr
Dr Koch has never said the th tuber tuberculin tuberculin tuberulin ¬
culin c ulin test Is not a reliable diagnostic diagnosticagent diagnosticngent
agent a gent for the discovers of bovine tu tuberculosis tuberculosis tuberculoels ¬
berculosis berculosisYoure berculosisYoure
Youre not n t answering my question questionsir questionsir questionir
sir s ir You stand thre ignoring a most mostimportant m9stimportant
important i point In this bovine ques question questlon quesion ¬
ts tion t ion Why rhy h dont you face the mu muI muslc muic
slc s ic
icI
I repeat thc th t Dr Koch KochI
1 demand an answer to my m ques question question quosion ¬
tion t ion i iAt 1At IAt
At this point with Dr Schroeder Schroederand Schroederand Schroederand
and Mr 1r Tnompson standing three threefeet threetcet threefeet
feet apart aP rt and shaking their fingers fingersin flngeran
in i n each eae ethers faces Commissioner CommissionerRudolph CommissionerRudolph CommissionerRudolph
Rudolph rapped for order and re requested requested requested ¬
quested Mr r Thompson to take his hisseat hisseat hisseat
seat and permit penn It Dr Schroeder to fin finish finish finsh ¬
ish I sh hi testimony testimonyTwo tesUmon tesUmonTwo testimonyTwo
Two Striking Features FeaturesTwo FeaturesTwo FeaturesTwo
Two striking features f tures were brought broughtout broughtout broughtout
out In Dr Schroeders testimony tesUmon He Hedeclared Hedeclared H I
II
declared emvhatically em hatlcaU in favor of the thetuberculin thotuberculin thEtuberculin I
tuberculin test or pasteurization asteurization not notonly notonly notonly
only for all milk but for all milk or orcream orcream or orcream
cream used use In Icecream Jctcr am butterjnilk butterjnilkbutter buttelJUllkbuttor butteontikbutter
butter and dOlLe doitestL loitestl tf cheese hee e consumed consumedIn I In
In i n the District DistrictAnother Dl8trktAnother DistrictAnother
Another feature vas as his 15 declaration declarationbased dClanUonbasetl declarationbased
based on his iwu W1 Wls experiments that thatcows thatcows thaicows
cows apparentl icalthy 1calth so far as asphysical asphseal I Iphysfcal
physical examina1 I is concerned fre frequently froquentl frequently ¬
quently have tubeculoals ttbe ulosls and dissem disseminate dissemInate dissemate ¬
inate m ate the dtwur dlfp through their milk milkThe milkThe milkThe
The only onl way way a r i t1 o dfjcover such a condi condition condition conditon ¬
tion he h < said TIB is t to < apply app1 the utber utberculin utberculfn
culfn test nnich hlch in such cases would wouldsnow wouldshow wouldShOw I
show whether tho th animals milk could couldsafely couldsafel couldsafety
safely safel be used usedCost usedCost usedCost
Cost of rodrction ProductionStatistics rodrctionStatistics rodrctionStatistics
Statistics regarding regal diDl ihe he cost of pro producing JUCducing producing ¬
ducing milk wero wer presented by b H P PCarter Parter PCarter
Carter arter a producer of Arlington Va VaThat Vahat VaThat
That hat the passage of the tuberculin test testrequlrment jestequirment
requlrment r would mean poverty for formany frman fJTmany
many man small farmers was the statement statementhe stat statementhe > mont montbe
he made to the Commissioners CommissionersWithout ommissionersVithout ommisstonorsWithout
Without compensation by b the farm fanners farmers farmera ¬
ers either by act of Congress or by the theLegislatures theLegislatures
Legislatures 0 fthe States concerned concernedhe cODcern concernedhe l lhe
he said this regulation should not be beenforced beenforced beenforced
enforced Jf sufficient compensation compensationis
is granted then the producer can have haveno haveno haveno
no fault to find with the test and I be believe belIcye behove ¬
hove the CommlFsioners will find him himwilling himwflling hutwiliing
willing to submit to 1C 1CJ It ItJ itJ
J W V Waters attorney attorne for Maryland Marylandproducers ltarJlandproducers Marylancproducers
producers also made a plea for delay delayIn delayin delalIn
In acUon looking toward a test until untilafter untilatter unti untiafter
after provision proI Im was made for the farm farmers farmers farmers ¬
ers comperjjatlon comperjjatlonWashington competaatlonashlngln competiiationWashtngtn
Washington would be assured aboun avbountiful abountlful abountiful
tiful milk supply 5u pl if proper Inducements Inducementsare inducementrare
are held out u to 3 > the U producers he said saidThey saidThey saidThey
They are as anx anxous ous to comply with withregulations v witiE = Jth JthreguJatfms
regulations looking to 0 sanitary sanltar milk as asare asare a E
are the consumers When en they are aregiven areiven ar argiven S
given iven some standard requirements to go goby goby gi giby
by they will make no further com complaint complaint ¬
plaint It Is the present uncertainty uncertaintythat uncertaintythat uncertnlnt3that cornr r
that causes friction frictionvCold fdctlonTHIRD frctionTHIRD
THIRD GAME IS ON ONIN
IN THE WINDY CITY CITYold CIT CITcold r
cold old Raw Day Marks Open Opening Opening ¬
ing Contest In InChicago InChicago InChicago
Chicago ChicagoContinued ChicagoContlIued ChicagoContinued
Continued from First Page Pagestart Pagestart Pagein
start in today toda and walk away with four fourstraights fourstralghta foulstraights
straights but ut at the same time eacji eacjinindful eacllrindtul eacirindful
nindful of the fact thai he H had a repu rcputatior reputhU repuUttICr
tatior thU < oI as a prognostls progno prognozUgtor t1atljr tor to maintain maintainhal maintainhal
hal carefully carcCull copper coppersd every prediction predictionof PredictI PredictIor t
of o an ultimate landing by b the National NationalI NattonaIauers atl < mal malI
I Iauers ajuers of the worlls championship championshipThe
The Philadelphia contingent ntlngent paraded paradedabout paradedabout I Iabout
about town last night wearing little littlewhite littlewhite S Swhite
white elephant badges and cocksure cocksureairs cock3Uroairs S
SC
airs They The had money to bet and were wereout wereout wer werout C
out to give the lie to the theory that thatPhiladclphians thatPhiladelphIans tha t tPhiladelphians
PhiladelphIans have no high speed speedTheir speedTheir speedTheIr
Their wad 5j5 of currency caused the odds oddsto oddsto odd oddto
to tilt and the Athletics soon became a 5 5I
1 to 2 favorite favoriteThere f favoriteThere vodte vodteThere
There was little Chicago money at this thisprice thIsprice thI r rprice
price and most of the betting centerc centeredon centercon I Iindividual
on Individual stunts t nts such as the Cubs Cubssuccess CubsS CubssUccess
success S sUccess CCOBS in todays game Benders ability abilityto abUa abUato abii abiito
to repeat his success and similar propo propositions propositions propositions ¬
sitions sitionsA sitionsA
A number of bets wore ere registered at atC atG a t tt
C t to 5 that the Cubs win the first game gamehere snmehere gamihere
here hereFor hereFor
For todays game provision had been beenmade beenmade beei beeimade ri
made for more than 35000 fans There Thereare Thereare Ther 0 0are
are 29000 seats and the bleacher fields fieldswill fieldsw1l1 field S Swill
will hold the balance balanceCub balanceCub balanceCub
Cub fans are betting 4 to 5 that their theirfavorites theirfavorites the r rfavorites
favorites will win the next game Even Evenmoney Evenmane Eve z zmoney
money mane Is offered that the Athletics do donot donot di a anot
not win vln the sties st les In five games and 3 to tothat ti D
5 that the Cuiis win both games at athome athome a t thome
home On the iText xt game 10 to 7 is isoffered Isorrered 1 1offered
offered that the Cubs get seven hits and ani
2 to 5 that the Athletics do not Sev Several Several 5evoral ¬
eral bets have been made at 1 to 10 that thatthe thatthe tha t tthe
the Athletics do not win four straight straightThe straightThe straightThe
The Considine brothers of Detroit are aresaid aresaid ar C Csaid
said to have wagered 50000 the win winnings winnings winnings ¬
nings on the first two games of the theseries theseries th 0
series at 6 to 5 that the Athletics win winthe winthe wil wilthe a 0a
the series seriesThe seriesThe seriesThe
The manner in which the seats have havebeen haebeen hay e ebeen
been disposed of here and the showing showingof sho shovinjof lnK lnKor
of the Cubs have put a few hundred hundredof I Iof
of the fans in a sad frame of mind and andwhen andwhen am I Iwhen
when President Murphy Iurph arrived at his hisoffice hisorfice hi S Soffice
office today he found a beautiful piece pieceof piec S I
of crepe adorning pd0 < 11Ing the door of his sanc sanctum sanctum saneturn ¬
tum she he crepe repe was nailed on securely securelyand securelyand
and the services of the janitor and ele elevator eleYator olevator ¬
vator man were required to remove It
LINER OLYMPIC SET SETADRIFT SETADRIFT
ADRIFT BY COUNTESS COUNTESSBelfastScene COUNTESSBelfastScene
BelfastScene of White Star StarChristening StarChristening StarChristening
Christening Which WhichThousands WhichThousands WhichThousands
Thousands Cheer CheerSAID CheerSAID
SAID TO BEAT ALL ALLATLANTIC ALLATLANTIC
ATLANTIC VESSELS VESSELSSister VESSELSSister
Sister Ship of the Titanic Has HasCapacity HasCapacity
Capacity for 2500 Passengers Passengersand
j and High Speed SpeedBELFAST SpeedBELFAST
BELFAST Oct 20j 2Olln In the presence presenocof
of o f more than 40000 people the gigantic iantlc iantlcnew
new n ew TransAtlantic liner Olympic of orthe
the t he White hite Star line was launched from fromthe fromthe
the t he ways tl S of Harland 8 Wolfs ship shipyard flhlpnrd
yard y nrd today Just on the hour of 11 11the
the great monster was released and andas
I as a s she slowly slid down tho ways to toward toward toyard
ward the sea the Countess of Aberdeen Aberdeenwife Aberd n nwife
wife of the viceroy vlcero of Ireland stepped steppedswiftly 11teppedsw1tJy
swiftly s forward and crashing a bottle botUuot
of o f champagne champ gne against her bows cried criedJ
J christen thee Olympic OlympicThe
The Olympic is by many feet and andmAny
many thousands of tons the largest largestihe lar eflt efltvessel
vessel v essel afloat She and her slstership
the t he Titanic which will be launched in inFebruary 10Fbruar inFebruary
February Fbruar are the White Star lines an L1swer anwer
swcr s wer to the Lu Lualtanla ltanla and Mauretanla 1auretanlaot
oo of o f the rival Cunard line and in the thoopinion
opinion o of many it Is a crushing one oneBest oneBest
Best of Shipbuilders ShipbuildersThat
That these two ships are the final finalword
word in shipbuilding la the allUOlftunanimous almost almostunanimous
unanimous u evrdlct among engineers and andbuilders andbuilders andbuilders
builders The great New S w York docks as1 at atlarge asarge
large l arge as any an In the world will not ac c
I commodate c a larger shipthey ship they say y
The following measurements of the
Olymnic will give some Idea of her im immensity immenstt ¬
mensity menstt
Feet FeetLength
Length over all allBreadth 5CVs n
Breadth over all allBreadth allBreadth lrVa
Breadth over boat deck SI SIHeight S SHeight 31Height
Height from bottom of keel to boat boatdeck boatdeck boatdeck
deck deckHeight a aHeight J7 J7Height
Height from bottom of keel to top topof topof topof
of captains house houseHeIght MG MGHeight 1tEHeight
Height of funnels above casing ca8ln 72 72Height i iHeight 7Height
Height of funnels tunne J above x e boat deck fife fifeDistance 81 81Dlstanee l lDistance
Distance from top of c > C funnel to keel ITS ITSNumber 1iiNumber 173Number
Number of steel decks 11 11Number 11Sumbcr 11Number
Number of watertight watertl ht bulkheads 15 15The 15The 1 1The
The Olympic and the Titanic will willeach w1l1each wilteach
each accommodate about 2SW 5H pas passengers JMLSsengeis peasengefs ¬
sengers and each carries a a crew of ofS6 of86e
S6 8 86e
S6Because
Because ooau of the hugeness of the yes vessels yeseels e8 e8I ¬
eels I apartments state rooms roo and par parlors parJors parbra
bra are exceptionally spacious and andit andit andit
it is claimed that in tit erg 1 far as beauty beautyof beaut beautof beautyof
of appointment goes goe they the far sur surpass surpaas surpass
pass anything ever before attempted attemptedThe attemptedThe attemptedThe
The boats are re furnished fut nished with swim swimming swimming swimusing
ming pools sun parlors elevators elevatorssport eleatorsI elevatorssport
sport decks and palm 111m courts A A uni unique unique netque ¬
I que combination o reciprocating en engines engines engines
gines with a low pressure turbine is isemployed IsI isemployed
employed in propelling these boats boatsdiscomforts boatstbe boatsthe
the device completely eliminating such auchtHscomforts suchdiscomforts
I discomforts a sglddiness s and seasick seasfckOlympic seasickThe > > C8slckr
r s
The she he Olympic and the Titanic will b bcapable be beI becapable
capable of twentytwo knots p per perh perhonr r rhonr
honr h honrCRIPPEN nr nrGRlPPEN
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GRlPPEN ON STAND STANOTO STANDTO
TO REFUTE CHARGES CUBESDramatic CHARGESDramatic CHARGESDramatic
Dramatic Incidents Crowded CrowdedInto CrowdedInto CrowdedInto
Into Days Session of ofSensational ofSensational ofSensational
Sensational Trial TrialContinued TrialContinued TrialContinued
Continued from First Page Pngemaster Pagemaster Pagemaster
master agreed to smuggle Dr Crlppen Crlppenashore CI1ppenashore Crippenashore
ashore in the vessels cargo when It Itwas Itwas ItWilS
was disembarked in Quebec QuebecFor QuebecFor QuebecFor
For a time Dr Crippen acceded but buthe buthe buthe
he knew he had nothing to fear and andfinally andfinlIy andfinally
finally he decided to face arrest and andshow andshow andshow
show his innocence It was while he hewas hewas
was 38 contemplating hiding In the hold holdof holdor holdof
of the steamer that he wrote the sui suicide suicIde an andde ¬
cide letters These letters were to be beround befound beround
round when Crippen was missed to toblind toblind toblind
blind the pursuers and prevent them themfrom themtram themfrom
from searching the vessel e8tIel where here they theymight theymIght theymight
might have found Crippen It had been beenplanned beenplanned beenplanned
planned that Miss 1188 Leneve was to land landopenly landopenly landopenly
openly to be Joined secretly on land by byDr byDr byDr
Dr Crippen CrtppenAs Crippens CrippenAs
As s Crlppen was called he seemed seemedcalm seemedcalm seemedcalm
calm and selfpossessed The women womenspectators womenspectators womenspectators
spectators regarded the defiant little littleprisoner littleprisoner littleprisoner
prisoner with peculiar Interest The Thejurors Thejurors Thejurors
jurors listened with rapt attention for forthe Corthe forthe
the opening of his story stOI crippen sank sankInto sankinto sankinto
Into the witness chair and folded his hishands hishands hishands
hands in his lap He looked calmly calmlytoward calmlytoward calmlytoward
toward the counsel table waiting for forthe torthe forthe
the ordeal to begin If he realized realizedthat re8Jludthat realizedthat
that his life nCt probably hung In the bal balImpresslon balance halance
ance depending upon his story and the theimpresslo1 theimpressiovi
Impresslon it would ookl make upon niKtwelve hi hit his histwelve
twelve t w he peers In the jury jUr box he snowed snowedno
no excitement over the fact factHis factHis factHis
His voice olce was clear and penetrating penetratingJIB
JIB he answered angwer d the perfunctory Ques Questions Questions qUeStlons ¬
tions as to his name and age and place placeof p1ceor placeof
of residence residenceAre residenceAre residenceAre
Are you OU an experienced rod practical practicalsurgeon practicalsUl1eon practicalsurgeon
surgeon r asked the examiner examinerI e < arnlner
I am net n t replied Crippen I have havetaken haetaken havetaken
taken a course In surgery but It was waspurely waspurely as aspurel
purely purel theoretical theor tlcal and was not followed followedby followedby followedby
by actual practice practiceCripnen practkcCriprH practiceCrippen
Cripnen CriprH h said that he had nover per performed performed performed ¬
formed a postmortem operation In his hislife hisJlf hislife
life Jlf adding that he did not believe he hecould hecould hecould
could couldCrlppen couldCrippen couldCrippen
Crippen admitted that he lied con concerning coneernlna concerning ¬
cerning his wifes disappearance tout toutsaid bulsalcI butsaid
said that he had done It to cover up a ascandal a ascandal ascandal
scandal scandalI
I said these things thln to cover up the thescandal thoEC1ndal thescandal
scandal for both our on sakes said the thewitness thewitness thewitness
witness witnessIt witnesshIt witnessIt
hIt It Is true that many of the things I Isaid Isaid Isaid
said were false falseThe talseThe falseThe
The crown closed clos d at 1 oclock oclockthis oclockthis oclockthis
this afternoon thj th prosecution of ofDr orDr ofDr
Dr H H Crlppcn and the dap dapper dapp dapper ¬
per p r little American doctor at once onceprepared onceprepared onceprepared
prepared to take the stand In his own owndefense owndeferse owndefense
defense It was expected that he would wouldenter wouldenter wouldenter
enter an emphatic denial to all tho thocharges thocharges thecharges
charges chargesThere chargesThere chargesThere
There was a general belief In the thecourtroom thecourtroom thecourtroom
courtroom that the crown had failed to tomake tomake tomake
make out a strong case In that It had hadnot hadnot hadnot
not been able to prove positively p05lthel the
Identity or sex of the body bod found In
Crippens home homeTodays homeTOdas homeTodays
Todays testimony testimon for the crown was wasa wasa wasa
a repetition re tJtion of that brought out In the thepreliminary thepreliminary thepreliminary
preliminary hearings hearingsWomen heaI1ngsWomen hearingsWomen
Women Throng Boom BoomNearly Roomearly IlooniNearly
Nearly early all the spectators In the his ¬
toric old courtroom when the sensa sensational sensational sensational ¬
tional trial was resumed before Lord
Chief Chle Justice Alverston this morning
ware re women Stylishly dressed and andmany andman andmany
many man of them young oung they the actually
fought with a cordon of court attaches
to force their way into the courtroom
Dr Crlppen as debonair as usual usualwalked usualwalked usualwalked
walked 1 to 1 his seat and nel n neiti J1 l a apci JVMX JVMXpeied i irJ1
peied rJ1 ed J conversation with Solicitor 5011dm Alir1 AJf l
A Tobin of the defense d fcnse His demeamr demean domeitiiyitil
itil i iIJ l not bear out tho fear of the thl prose prosecution prosecution prosecution ¬
cution that he contemplated selfde selfdestruction selfdestructlon seifdestriiction ¬
struction Ho looked cheerful and andsmiled andsmiled andsmiled
smiled grimly to tohimselt himself once as he hewatched hevatched hewatched
watched the women jostling into the theroom theroom theroom
room
i
I I
Balls ulls Take Control and Give G ve Market Splendid Splend d Rally MISS ISS FOSTER NEW L
SHARP ADVANCES MAINTAINED MAINTAINEDSTEEL MAINTAINEDSTEEL MAINTAINEDSTEEL
STEEL READING AND UNION UNIONLEADING UNIONLEADING UNIONLEADING
LEADING BULGE
V
NEW YORK Got 2 L8aortly < i1ort1y after aftertho attartHO afterhe
tho t he opening the profittaking aided by byselling byseUlng byelling
selling s of profosplonate prOCOIf lonal quick qu ck to scent scentthe Kontthe scente
the th e ihange hnng brought reductions In values valuesof yaluQIoC aluesf
of o f point in the loaders The Bank of ofEngland ofngland
oE
England E ngland raised its rate of discount di oount to S Sper ipOl Ser
per p er cent giving financial Interests some somesurprise someurprise
s ps ps because it was thought neces necessary necesary ¬
sary s ary to advance the rate a lull point pointBut pointBut Pointut
But B ut London accepted the advance advancecalmly advancecalmly advancealmly
calmly c and kept on buying Americans Americansand Americansand Americansnd
and a nd holding reasonably strong around aroundprevkJujj aroundprelou aroundrev1Ou
prevkJujj prelou p rev1Ou quotations quotations2ut quotationsBut
But the advance was less assuringly assuringlyreceived assurlnglyrtcehed assuringlyeceived
received r on this side The money mone mar market market maret ¬
ket k et is better than a week ago in that thatthe thatthe thathe
the t he banks have about held their bwn bwnso bwnso bwno
s so o far while last week at this time timethere timethere timehere
l there had been about WOOOew 1000800 taken takenfrom takenCrom takenrom
from f rom the banks by the subtroasury subtroasuryThe subtreasur subtreasurThe subtroasuryhe
The T he crop movement Is fast reaching reachingcompletion roachlngcompletion reachingompletion
c completion c and within the next four fourweeks fourweeks foureeks
weeks w eeks there should be a return flow flowfrom flowfrom flowrom
from f rom the interior Exchange still favors favorsthe favorsthe I
t the th interior banks banksThe benksThe banksThe
The strength of ihe I he market despite despitethe deepltethe despitehe
l the t he very e13 modest setbacks and the man manner manner teencr ¬
ner n cr In which stock Is absorbed has cre created created crcted ¬
2 ated a ted the Impression imprOB on that strong financial financialinterests ftn8nc1a1interests financialnterests
1 interests are back of it although It Is Isevident iscldont isvident
evident e that actual banking interests interestswould Interestswould interestsould
would w ould welcome a a backing and filling fillingmarket fiJilngmarket fillingmarket
J market without much positive action actionone actionono actionne
c one o ne way or the other until money mone Is on onhand onhand onand
j hand h and in larger surplus s rplus Nothing In the theway thewa theay
way wa w ay of the the news of the day has hap happened happened hapened ¬
j pened p ened to stimulate but the Street with withdogged withdogged withogged
c dogged d ogged persistency continues to Ignore Ignoreanything is ignorenything C1e C1eanthlnb
anything a unfavorable unfavorableThe untlWOrableThe unvorableThe
The downward movement yesterday yesterdaywas ye terday terdaywas
i was permitted p nnltted to run its course until untillate untlllate untilate
l late ate in the afternoon when it was waschecked vSSchecked washecked
checked c < hecked by b good supporting orders This Thismorning Thismorning Thismorning I
morning the broak was checked In the theleaders theleaders theeaders 1
I leaders and a very ery sharp recovery recove made madebefore madebefore madeefore
i before b efore the noon hour the running In
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Western Md I iI 45 45WALL 4SWALL
I WALL STREET GOSSIP GOSSIPHarrlman GOSS GOSSIP GOSSIPHarriman P I IHarrIman
HarrIman Co CoTraderS Traders have sold soldmarket soldmarket soldmarket
market at the opening but thus far lit little llttIe littie ¬
tIe or no long lon stock has come out A Amodest Amodest Amodest
modest rally is now on in the leaders leadersTV leder lederB leadersW
TV B Hibbs Hibb Co CoThe The advance in inthe Inthe inthe
the bank ban rate was wa accompanied by b a ru rumor r iumor ¬
mor of a withdrawal of 600000 fO of oc gold goldfor geMfor
for India India and a a further futher shipment shipmentof shlmentof
of 1000000 100 to Egypt Egpt on Saturday SaturdayCall SatunI SatunICall
Call money mne advanced and was In strong strongdemand stong stongdemn strongdemand
demand demn at 3i 33 per cent cant The India Indiacouncil Indiacouncil
council councl hardened 11ardenc r ates tO also by calling callingloans caiUnglons callingloans
loans lons Discounts Dicounts were firm fm at 4 41 per jjerUnited nercent percent
cent centUnied centTnlted
United Unied Metals eals Selling Sln Company Coml ly has hasraised hasraisd hasraised
raised raisd Its it price prc for electrolytic olectolUc copper
39 3 days to t 13 cents cent a pound which whichmakes whichmaes whichmakes
makes maes an advance of of a cent a apound apound apound
pound this week by b the Metals Mets Selling Selng
Company The largest larget agency sold a
large lage volume of the metal aGenc on the scale scaleup sle sleup scaleup
up from 12ft I L cents cent and is i now practical practicl ¬
ly sold out for th therest < yrest rst of the year yearGreat yearGreat er erGrEat
Great Northern orther Railroad RUroad Company Compay re reports r icports ¬
ports por earnings earnng for the fiscal fscl year ear ended
June increased 30 3 as a follows tolows Operating Operting revenues revenue ende
10777926
Incraed 10m9 operating expenses
eense
increased Increaed 6724G09 6746 net operating opemtng revenue rvenue
increased Increafed 4063317 t0317 surplus surlus Increased
incease
774003 7HO 7740 The foregoing balance blance nvaUable available
for dividends diYdends Is equal to 847 847 per cent centon centon centon
on common stock stuckBank stockBank stockBank pr
Bank of England proportion of reserve
proprton rene
to liabilities JabUtes Is now no 4550 455 per pe cent centagainst centanst centagainst
against anst 4690 469 per cent cen last lat week and andcompares ad adcompares andcompares
compares with wih an advance from 44H 44 to
4 t
47 per cent in this week last lat year yearA yearA ear earA
A A G Plant Co CoThe The foreign ex exchange e cxchange ¬
change market opened considerably considerbly die disorganized dlsoranlzed dieorganized ¬
organized oranlzed under the influence of the 5 5per 5per 5per
per cent Bank of England Eniland rate De Demand Demand Dcmand ¬
mand sterling is up 25 2 to 30 3 points point from
Wednesdays Wnesdayi close The exchange chae mar ¬
cose
ket was s taken tken somewhat by b surprise surpriseby surrise surriseby surpriseby
by an advance of 0 of1 1 per percent er cent In the bank bankrate ba bankrate
rate rte
of a1 a a few shorts short who wore tempted tompto and andfall andfelt I
fall rel early erly helping helpng tho A1nce advance iadsaneeMost advanceMost
Most Mot of the business buin D was ws confined coned to toth toth tothe
th th the Bt Bt Big 3 3 ReadIng ReinJ Union Pacific Pacificand Pacificsd
a and sd Steal Stol Commission Commlnhouse houses PAcfl and andbrokers andbrokers
brokers brke generally JnerUy advise acvi the confining confiningof
of transactions trctoD to this group roup with wth assur assurance ur aseurance ¬ i
ance RDO that they thy are a a the le safest re While Whileadvances tVhtIeadvancis Ve Veavan4
advances avan4 were made md in the leaders 3eader on onthe O oethe
the recovery rOVC the minor minr rails rll did di not nt do domuch domuh domuch
much muh either elhel in trading trdlnJ way or o In gain gaininjr lan lanIn gainbig
big In strength strengthThe strgth strgthThe strengthThe
The specialties slti of the day were wee West Westleghouse WeetInsrhouse Vet VetI
Insrhouse I oe Manufacturing Janualrn Company Copn with vIthpints withpoints
2 points pints raise rl and an International I tetond Har Harvester Hareter Barvaster ¬
vaster eter with wth a s a Jump jup of 4 points nmt to tollsVt to1ist
llsVt llsVtUnion 1 1ist
1istUnion Union UnI Pacific pl opened on at 17 l 1Thi2 Vi a 2 raise raiseof re reor raveof
of turned turne and a dropped dr to J 17 17 r5Q r5Qto roz rozto a ato
to 174 1744 a 14 1 ealii 11n an and nd eased e to t 178 178thus 1i 175thus
thus thu hoMIn holD hOlelina of the t advance advnc It Itwas I Itwas
was the favorite over Reading Rcdln Read ReadIn ReadIn Readleg
wa In leg l ouchea ouche 151 151i on the low lw and a rallied ralliedto rlte ralliedto
to IKft J coin eon goiflg off or another anther 1 The noon noonprico non nonp noonprto
prico p o was as not nt far from frm the close cle on onWednesday onWen onedfl453
Wednesday Wen edfl453 Steel Sel SOld 6 at 7SV4 71 to 75 7 to
774 77 to + o 771 771After 7t 7tfer 77 77After
7 After fer letting lettng things go a a little Utie care carelessllke carelesslike
lessllke lelke for a time U and an inviting Invitng some somespeculative se sespeulatve somespeculative
speculative bear ber work the manipulators manipulatorsgot
got speulatve under the te market maket with their ther jack jackscrews jck jcksrew jackscrews
iot une show showIng showing
screws and just whooped whed It up sw swing
srew an
Ing their ther utter uter disregard dleregar for the time timebeing timebeing
being bing of any action acin of the t Bank Bak of ot Eng England En England ¬
land They made such suh a strong stron play playthat playthat
Jan The me pay paythat
that the tie leaders leders ran away way from fr the therest thert therest
rest rt of the list lst but the U latter Jater made madeefforts mde mdeetota madeefforts
efforts etota to catch ctch up There Thee was not nt the theslightest theslightest
slightest news nws cause cu rhyme rhye or reason reasonfor reasonfor
sihtet for the spurt that carried rr little Jtie Steel SteelUnion Stel Steelup
up to 7 35 spr a plnt paints re rise tat that boosted boostedCnion
Union lt Pacific Palf to t 174 174r a I rise r of o 1 or orHeading orReading I
Heading Uedln to 158 but bt these te prices Jie were wereall wereal wereall
all al reached rech and there was w not nt much muchchance mh mhehae muchchance
chance ehae for fo the te bears br to t get out ot before beforethe bfoe bfoethe beforethe
the Met ls was w adamantine adamntn to I its i1 strength strengthIt
It I may my be b the climax cm of o the t creeping creepingmarket creepIngmarket
market mrke but 1t if it I te 1 it will wil not n end e in Ina ina
a a cre creep creepThere
There bere will wi be much Jth setting sag on o the top t topbut
but bt the te way it has been 06 absorbed abrbe makes makesthe m8 makesthe
work wrk the tie buying bn Its wUL look lk like lke the t right kind u to towork t towork
Todays To ay s New York iori Stock oci Exchange Exchnge Prices PricesQuotation Pr PricesQo ces cesQaettlu
Quotation Qaettlu Qo tat1afl fnralibKl tub by b W B D Hlbb HU b 1a Co C Members Memb New e York Yek Stock Stok Stoke Ex Exetance Ettasze
etance e Wuhl Waitlneton n Stock Sto Exefcaace E aad a an d Chicago Chc6 Board B of o Trade Te KijDs m Culidia tld tiupSiag
INDUSTRIALS INDUSTRIALS1M TUSTIAI
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< General ceral Electric Betlc O54 1W 1W 1 i iGokIfteld 1 154 154Gokitield
Gokitield GoUe Cons 00 Tfc n 7 7 1 7K TS 71 I Tfe TfeGreat n nGreat
Great Northern Sorbern Ore 69fe l ½ 68 60 I IJntor S9 S9inter 39nterPaper
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Mackay Co com om I 531 18 18Mackay n ncy
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