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W E D N E S D A Y , DECEMBER 26, 1923j

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OF THE
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OF DEATH
SF.VEN YEAR DEATH RECORD
DEATH RATE PER JOO.000 1916, 137.8 1917, 150.5 1918, 2805 1919, 123 5 1920, 137.3 1921, 88.1 AVERAGE FOR 7 YEARS 153.9

Experiments conducted at Bellevue Hospitalr m m'vision of United States Government show how 7ofooo American lives will be saved

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J->d l e c h avertedthat none of t h e 70,000 was to die. Imaginr the joy and relief! Imagine the Hi inLsgiving, and the happiness with which people would again turn to the tasks of everyday. Something not unlike such a miraculous d l i v e r a n c e h;is happened. Quietly, without any bcati-ig of drums or sounding of t r u m p e t s , t h e means of I tvrW 70,000 American lives every j r has been discovered. T h e hero of I hi miraculous deliveranceor a t least one of t h e heroesis a patient, p l u m p old horse named J i m , who grar.es in a fertile meadow j u s t outside Philadelphia, quite unconscious ot his heroism.

Chart

shows

result

of antibody

treatment Long This by lines

in four show lines

most death show noted at

prevalent

types

of pneumonia. treatment cut death rate.

Estimated rate for 1922 is placed a t 113.

per cent when hpw treatment is the result bacteriologist

was not used. Dr.

Short

antibody Iluntoon,

treatment

of discoveries of the Mulford

Biological

Laboratories achievements.

HIGH RATE\ IN 1918 DUE TO INFLUENZA

DR.FRANK M. HUNTOON

Glenolden,

Pa., and ranks

high in new antibody types of the third solution,

Government, of cutting America's this blood. This was done in a remarkably ingenious ye.:rly pneumonia deaths from 150,000 fashion. Live pneumonia germs were added to the tr> h 3 than 80,000. blood. The unseen antibodies rallied to the attack, This wonderful, invisible, immeas- joining in a death grapple with the pneumonia germs. urable fiajhting force atrainst pneu- The pneumonia germs separated from the blood, monia f>rst came from the blood of carrying the antibodies with them. The pneumonia germs were then entirely washed Jim, the horse. away, leaving a watery fluid in which nothing could T o obtain it, D r . Huntoon first injected dead pneumonia germs into be seen under the most powerful microscope, or AntiJim's veins. Certain natural forces detected in any other way except by effrrt. Natural enemies of pneumonia germs, exist in every living creature to d e - bodies ! fend it against disease. These a r e stronger than the g e r m s ! Dr. Huntoon mixed the unseen antlbodk-s with a Called antibodies. T ' e dead pneusolution of salt and water, and the remarkable experimonia germs in Jim's veins did not Pneumonia boa well been called harm him, b u t they d!<J set into action ments under the supervision of the United State* " K i n g of the Men of Death." I t strikes the antibodies aTiinst p n e u m o n i a - Government began in Bellevue Hospital. This was down 15O.000 n u n , women and children caused these t o strengthen and mnl- three years ago. The antibody .olu:ion has been in America every year. It is far more tiply. When these lighting anti- injected in over a thousand car.es of pneumonia a t deadly than tuberculosis, both in t h e bodies were strong enough, live Bellevue since. BELLEVUE HOSPITAL WHERE TESTS WERE CARRIED OUT swiftness of its action a n d the number Dr. Russell L. Cecil, of Cornell University, recogpneumonia germs were injected withof its victims. II is more deadly than cancer r nized as the country's foremost authority on pneuout harming J i m , but still increasing minate t -e popnlation of the earth in one a suburb of Philidelphia. o r Bright's disease. monia, was appointed by the United States D e p a r t Hie strength and flfhting spirit of the The Mulford Laboratorl-fl nr<- interna- d r c ;1 ]>' ; - ; e . A i d there also is the world's With ail t h e achVvements of modern medicine, ment of Health to conduct the Bellevue Hospital anybodies. In six rnon'hs J i m could tionally knowr for lhe!r development of the largest store of f':e biological agents for the with ail its progress in conquering dread dis- diphtheria cntitoxin, which has s u r d more destruction of these d!sea~e germs and for absorb at one sitting enough live e x p e r i m e n t Under his direction every second pneueases, no way had been found to loose the death than 3,000,000 lives. From the same source the conservat!on of human life. pneumonia germs to kill L500 people. monia patient ,.' o entered the hospital was given g r i p of pneumonia unlil J i m came on the scene. came most of the serums and vaccines used Jim's horse system had marvelously the solution of li'esaving antibodies. The ;,Hernale Now there ! ; been addtd to that store a Of course, J i m , being only a horse, did not take in inoculating the armies ot' the United new ,i"cnt wh'ch cannot be seen, measured, manufactured great armies of the patients were placed in different w a r d . , cr.d did not the initiative in conquering "The King of the States and Hie Allies *p".lrtr.\ smallpox, w - V 1, or d - ' e e ' r d by any of the mar- natural enemies of pneumonia. receive the antlbch* treatment. Men of Death." The brain work was done by typhofd, r<nd other disea rs d i - i n g the velously cle!'cite instruments known t o For the four most common types of pneumonia, The next step was to drr.w away Dr. F. M. Iluntoon, noted hneteriologist, and his World W a r . In these Laboratories disease science, b:i* which is capible, on the basis some of Jim's blood, ennt?>!n:ng the which make up about 90% of all case:-, the death st.-ff of ns fctants m tfte great Mulford Bio- germs are cultivated, for scientific study of te c t> conduct o ;l in Bellevue Hospital, antibodies. It was then necessary to r a l c nmor> patients w'io entered the hospital before logical Laboratories a t Glenolden, Pennsylvania and use, in quantities suHcicnt t o exter- New York, supervision of the UnitcJ S*aies separate the unseen antibodies fn m ihe third day of the di>;a3e and did n o t rcceke the

solution was 26.7%. Patients with t h e same pneumonia who entered the hospital before day of the disease, and who received the died a t the rate of 13.1%.

Powerful and Safe Agent, Say* Dr. Russell L. Cecil

Pneumonias Casualty Roll l5U,000a Year

The death rate for these common tyj>2s of pneumonia was cut more than one-he;!:"! T h e other, infrequent type, composing oniy al>out 10% of all coses, was not affected by the antibody soluliou injection. Experiments are going forward steadily at Bellevue Hospital and methods of injection a r e constantly being improved, so li.at still more remarkable results may he looked for. In the opinion of Dr. Cecil, results in private practice should be even better, as Bellevue Hospital receives great numbers of alcoholics, and others naturally weakened against disea.se. Dr. Cecil, when a-ked his opinion of the rank of pneumococvus antibody solution u< .". the crre.it discoveries of medical scier.c". smih 1 and spoke witrthe caution of the scientific man "I t l ' a k it is a powerful and sfe agent in tru control of pneumonia," he said. An outstanding factor about this wonderful n e * c o n t r l ' ; t > ' of science, is th* en* w h o which it i; ndmlrtMercl. yts Injection d o e , not requir- n s p * rbilly 'cor.'.': c-.pert. Any i>'n siei in can iii.,f t i *ilh p*iioct safety ie , h - -.>' v

SHE REFUSED
"I was engaged to the prettiest little

stoop-shouldered men stitched out with * b o d o n o t p a y 4 a r e n o t V ! i U i a b l e ' f r o m t h r e a d s of gold i t s e l a b o r a t e design, a revenue standpoint. South through t h e wilds of n o r t h e a s t O u t d a t e d Authors. ern Afghanistan, across sandy w a s t e s A smooth brake lining and a O u t d a t e d history is mainly unreadInto t h e wilds of n o r t h e r n India, t h i s smooth man are both slippery ableKobertson a n d Hume, for inregal robe lias seen a trail of wanderpropositions. stance. Motley and Prescott survive, ing. T h e detaiis of its odyssey m a y because, so f a r a s I a m concerned, be meager, b u t none t h e less t h e story MULTIBESTOS b r a k e they a r e not o u t d a t e d . Maeaulay is f t h e emir's coat, which now reposes good reading still, so Carlyle, so lining doesn't slip. It is in a glass case in New; York city, h a s Michelet, though you need n o t believe built of m e t a l a n d minttll t h e lure of r o m a n c e in it. . a word they say. B u t you don't read e r a l u p o n w h i c h moisIt w a s during t h e days of u p h e a v a l t h e m f o p t h e f a pather fof fhp im. t u r e h a s n o effect. S i x in Russia a n d along t h e s h o r e s of t h e D r e s s i o n t h e f n r t g m a k e t n e m < _ out of e v e r y 10 c a r m a n u - it the Court. Home, in th.- Civ of Lock- i..Ar.]t n f t n p f,,Wn nf Tnnawanrta a Caspian sea, when t h e old order w a s _ - m m m m m m m m t m ^ m a a M f a c t u r e r s in A m e r i c a a r e passing a n d a new order w a s a r r a n g - " .oil. in saiu County of Niagara, on the n * riU o r l n e t o w n o t lonawanfia a !Hh day of J a n u a r y , 1984, a t IS o'clock t h e i r r e c e n t trial in K e n m o r e . T h e a ' lAg or trying t o a r r a n g e a n e w world, using it. n th forenoon of that day, why t h e pea] w i l l be a r g u e d before Judg that t h e purple golden coat began i t s ccount of Sladiislau.s M. lio.sinski, as v , . , , n . . n . . r l v in T.,n.,Qrv Journey. T h e r a b b l e swept down It is a k>t cheaper to run into "Whereof, We have In .iministratojo? t!..said d . c . a s e d NoonaB earlv in ab i,o < ,u ut l l w u nh to n, rr ss J a n u a r v . across t h e C a u c a s u s , into t h e capital of a t w o u .us.-d t h e Seal of o u r S u r r o g a t e ' s . a p a r t , in t h e early our garage than it is to run into Ooiirt noutd tonot bo. Judicially settled and h oMr. nn d were bthey o t ' Persia, a n d on into R u s s i a n Turkes* be h ereu n t o affixed. u r s Carrie of a r e a ce t Mr. m o rLevey n i n g , while a telegraph pole. We suggest tltowed. a r r e s t edriving d bv along motorcycle !ft A Sih*?_ 1 H C B ^ ' were D e l a w a rpolicemer e a v e n u e t a n . H e r e , in t h e old city ef B o k h a r a , of our sahl County of Ntagyou do the one before you try surrogate Testimony Buffalo a n d T o n a w a n d a . k n o w n t h r o u g h o u t t h e world f o r i t s U-H. at Lockp.rt. N. Y.. this 4th day of between the other. December, 1'.::. Both w e r e convicted of r e c k l e s s driv- r a r e rugs of unique design a n d beautiWILLIAM J. SPALDING. Clerk of the Surrogate's Court. i n g d e s p i t e the< Tact t h a t t h e r e w a s ful colors, t h e soldiers of t h e B o b 12-6-ltw-4w. no o t h e r traffic on t h e s t r a i g h t coun- sheviki came u p o n t h e s a c r e d work- [ try road at t h e h o u r s t h e y p a s s e d j shop of t h e m a k e r of t h e emir's coat. ^SUBSCRIBE F O R T H E " N E W S " t h r o u g h . C a r r i e w a s tined $50 a n d T h e story of j u s t w h a t h a p p e n e d Levey $25. N u m e r o u s o t h e r Falls motorists have been similarly a r - h a s lost something in t h e retelling, * r e s t e d a n d lined in t h e K e n m o r e jus- p e r h a p s , for it h a s t r a v e l e d m a n y miles t i c e ' s c o u r t this y e a r and a dozen or by word of mouth, a s tales t r a v e l in more of t h e s e victims of t h e alleged t h e E a s t . D e t a i l s here a n d t h e r e a r t chilblains, frostbitejust rub "speed t n i p " a r e b a c k i n g C a r r i e a n d ; missing, b u t it is k n o w n t h a t in t h en EcaLbing, cooling, healing Levey in t h e fight they h a v e t a k e n confusion following t h e a d v e n t of th into t h e u p p e r c o u r t s . rabble a r m y m a n y citizens w e r e killed,' SUBSCRIBE FOR T H E "NEWS " S p e e d i n g a c a r a l o n g a s t r a i g h t w h i l e o t h e r s fled. W h e n t h e t u m u l t AND G E T A L L T H E N E W S OF T H t '' c o u n t r y road, outside a city limits, h a d passed, t h e t a l e r u n s , t h e m a k e r TONAWANOAS. d r i v i n g u n d e r t h e of t h e emir's coat lay dead a n d t b a OV*T 17 Million Jan Uamd Yearly is not r e c k l e s s t e r m s of t h e s t a t e l a w s , " said Mr. C a r r i e today, " a n d we a r e confident sacred g a r m e n t w a s gone. Niagara Falls, Deo. 86.The so-call ed " s p e e d t i a p " a t K e n m o r e , which i: alleged by Falls m o t o r i s t s t o he oper TMi; P E O P L E OK Till', STATE OF ated chiefly a g a i n s t a u t o d r i v e r s Iron in, this city a n d t h e T o n a w a n d a s , is to SEW YORK. U. H&n. attorney 'lent rl of the State < > f New be b r o u g h t to issue in t h e higher fork; H o n S t a n i s l a u s Manduk, Polish <>nsui. Kan.Una S k o r n p s k a . Adam e o a r t s , A t t o r n e y s r e p r e s e n t i n g George :k-.rnnski -.rfi to ail n^s.,ri^ int.-.- E. Carrie, lawver, a n d William K. Le a t e * in t h - .:stMt.- or ,J..hn S!.'.mi..ski. V l , v m e r c h a n t , both of this city. r. ito '.( th: < i'y < > r North Tonawatiila, . . . ... " _ , n the County of Niagara, State f N"w r ' " ' V l ''l permiasioS from County J u d g , ork. deceased, as (r<-litor3, legatees, N'ocnan of Brie county, to a p p e a l fron , e f U ' J S a c f o / f e n . a r . her, by t h e f o n v i c t i o n . o r a l l e g e ^ recWest ited to show canse Before S u r r 6 g a t e ' s d r i v i n g a n d t i n e s imposed on t h e m be i.urt of o u r Mtd County of Niagara, fore J u s t i c e of t h e P e a c e F . D. Eber
C I T A T I O N F O K .M 1)11 U L S*:TTLK>IK.\T

NOT only because of wet road and worn tire but because the brake lining is worn smooth.

loll in Indiana b u t m y s t o m a c h a n d liver trouble had m a d e me so grouchy ' h u t sho broke it off. I tried all kinds if m e d i c i n e a n d doctors a n d got no "lief. T h e g a s blew m > > u p like a orcupine and I hud awful colic at'neks. Finally I H a r d of M a y r ' s Vonderful Remedy and it h a s certain- Test Case Will Be Carried To fixed m e up fine. I a m now a s Higher Courts ;ood a.s over." It is a simple harmss p r e p a r a t i o n t h a t r e m o v e s t h e c i a r r h a l m u c u s from t h e i n t e s t i n a l FAVOR OTHER MOTORISTS ract a n d allays t h e i n f l a m m a t i o n rkich c a u s e s practically all s t o m a c h . Alleged That Speed Cops in Kenmore iver a i r ! i n t e s t i n a l a i l m e n t s , incliniMake Special Effort to Arrest Motorng a p p e n d i c i t i s . O n e dose will eo i ists From Falls and Tonawandas ince or money refunded. and Impose Heavy Fines

FULLS TO FIGHT KENMORt THAP

HISTORIC GOAT BROUGHT TO GOTHAM BY AMERICAN


Priceless Garment Was Made for the Emir of Bokhara.
New York.For t h e first time In history a n emir's coat h a s found its j w a y from B o k h a r a to America. A garment of royal purple velvet m a d e by craftsmen specially chosen for t h e delicate task, a n d spirited a w a y durtag battle a n d bloodshed, afoot a n d on darnel back, h a s traveled t h o u s a n d s of uiiles to New York city F r o m a k i n g s workshop, w h e r e

told t h e story of t h e emir's coat, and in t h e morning t h e b a r g a i n w a s truefc over a cup of thick, sweet coffee a n d a pipe with a hoselike stem. T h e coal d u m p e d hands, a n d b e g a n ' i t s long Journey and with It a n o t h e r kingly garment of a s royal design if of less
re-sal eo'

Holiday Gift Cigars


One of the largest and most varied stocks of fine Cigars, Tobaccos and Pipes are here for your inspection. CIGARS IN BOXES OF 10, 25 OR 50 AT FROM

Origin of "Deadhead." Deadhead is t h e literal t r a n s l a t i o n of t h e Latin phrase, caput m o r t n m , which w a s much used by old c h e m i s t s io denote t h e residuum of chemicals o't e matter nad <^cape<51 ''enee t h e word is figurat , v e , v USfJ,! ( , f ^ ^ h ^ froru w h i c h a U :,int re,u,ered {t valuable h a s been 'Ken away. S p e c t a t o r s or p a s s e n g e r s
w h e n a11 tholr v ll

$1.00
ALL

to $6.00

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D ecember
HOTEL STATLER BALLROOM Tickets $2.50 each, including admission to dance following the concert. On sale at Denton, Cottier and Daniels, Buffalo. NO RESERVED SEATS THE PUBLIC INVITED
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Modern home, 183 Fredericka street, garage, tot, 6 0 feet frontage. Price $6,000

Months a f t e r w a r d , iu t h e city o i of w i n n i n g t h e a p p e a l w e a r e t a k i n g . T h e m o t o r c y c l e cops w h o a r r e s t e d Mr. Lahore, India, a n American found t h s Unless you s e e en* n a m e " B a y e . Levey a n d myself h a d no lights on c o s t of t h e emir of B o k h a r a s p r e a d on p a c k a g e o r on tablets you a r e m . t h e i r m a c h i n e s . I talked with Chief o n t h e floor of a b a z a a r , a s i s t h s g e t t i n g t h e g e n u i n e B a y e r p r o d u c of Police E l m e r C. Mann of t h e town I m a n n e r in which t h e t r a d e r s of t h e p r e s c r i b e d b y p h y s i c i a n s o v e r twenty of T o n a w a n d a a n d ho m a d e t h e re- i E a s t show t h e i r w a r e s . I t h a d corns t w o y e a r s a n d p r o v e d s a f e b y million m a r k t h a t o v e r 75 p e r cent, of t h e ' r m o t o r i s t v i o l a t o r s a r r e s t e d on Dels- ! In with a camel t r a i n from t h e North, f Colds Headache w a r e a v e n u e a r e from N i a g a r a F a l l s the merchant said. He had bought 11 Toothache Lumbago and t h e T o n a w a n d a s . H e added, t h e from a trader, who had traded for 1 4 Earache Rheumatism faster you Falls m o t o r i s t s appeal t h e s e still further North. That trader ii Neuralgia Pain. Pain c a r e s t h e m o r e w e shall a r r e s t . " turn had bought It from a man from Accept only "Bayer" package whlcl It is claimed by o n e of t h e l a w y e r s Bokhara, with whom he had passed a on tains proper directions. Hand) a s s o c i a t e d with Mr. C a r r i e in fighting night at on^ of those caravansaries oozes of twelve tablets cost few cent> the c a s e t h a t t h e m o t o r i s t s of Buffalo where camel drivers and muleteers Druggists also sell bottles of 24 an* and K e n m o r e a r e being allowed to sleep side by side with their faithful 100. Aspirin is the trade mark 01 speed a l o n g D e l a w a r e a v e n u e in t h e 1 beasts. The man from Bokhara had i Ffcyer Manufacture of Monoacetlca town of T o n a w a n d a with i m p u n i t y . " ^ i p i f e s t e r ot SaltcyUcadd.

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