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Ithaca daily journal. (Ithaca, N.Y.) 1872-1913, December 31, 1913, Image 8

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- IAmbago, Neuraigla, Sprains, Bffiisés, F C 7. 18; _ Stiff Neck, Headsiche and Colds. of IUSTEROLE Quickly Relieves the Chest (t prevents Pneumonia). ! teep a iar in the house. It is the premier remedy for Backache, Sore *= \Jbints or Muscles, Rheumatic Pains, flif‘B \ MYUSTEROLE is a clean, \ment made with oil of mustard. & penetrates | to 'the seat of pain and ‘flrives it away, but jars and a special large hospipalnsize for $2.50. Acéept no substitute. If youn drug- gist cannot supply you, send 25¢ or hits omt~ b0e to the MUS- TEROLE Company, Cleveland, Ohio, and we will -~mail you a \jar postage )' '\'dGops not blister the prepaid. - tenderest skin. F. R. It takes the place 18 W. 128th St., of the mussy, old- a yew fY orgwiéy, A says: \Please send me for ofice use, fashioned mustafd plaster. a good size jar of Musterolé as I find MUSTEROLE is recommended for it most beneficial for appgicatlon on Bronchitis, Croup, Asthma, Pleurisy, patients.\ (63) =-- macora T mroe ament h ~ | A Very Happy and Prosperous New Year To All - gs the sincere wish of ~ ROTHSCHILD BROS. Out store will be closed all day tomorrow, New Year s Day Furniture Now is a good time to get your FURNITURE, furniture repaired, refinished and re- ~ WALL PAPER, | upholstered. look like new. Our workmen have been in our | WINDOW SHADES, We make old furniture PICTURE FRAMING, employment for several years and can be relled on to turn you out work that ART MATERIALS will satisfy. ¢ H. -J. BOOL CO. (Opposite Tompkins County Bank) e T- OR new and old owners of Victor-Victrolas. Now .you will need the records. Get them at chkey s, the only place in Ithaca where ' you are absolutely sure of new unused records. ' { Hickey's Lyceum Music Store (Durable Tone Quality Shop) \T HE IT HAC A GAR AGE We are now prepared to overhaul and paint your N Af your druggist's-in 250 and 50¢ > car. See us before you place order E o E. H. CONDIT ~HE ma 22°33?an ~ \ ~TH i”__ = === IF - -__ -a\ 1 D. L. & W. Hard and Soft | Coal W ood §. | ~ McCORMICK Uptown office, T. D. Sullivan, 204 E. State St. Both 'phones Bell 704J Yard 602 W. Seneca St. Ithacs 133 400 Vegetables and Fruits li’EAS—Extra Sifted, Sifted, Early June, Lily of Valley. + CORN-Lily of Valley, Nedmac. 1 _. PBACHES-California. JELLIES-Pack of 1913. Naughton Bros. . 120 N. Aurora St. no For mav Treo ~I - a 20 Having just compleled taking inventory, we find a quantity of 40. oad stock in PAINTS and VARNISHES ' ankle ® we desire to close out and to turn into money. Therefore, if [4 2 ave a large or small job of painting to do, and want a good paint ~ or wraith cheap, come in and see us. We havo no pigs in a bag to - offer you-slut odd 'stock, .tbat's all. . U. S. JOHNSON il The Paint and Wall Paper Man 309 E. State B4 It ONE TCR RULE PROF. YOUNG SEES -BINEFIT TO SPORT bill Suggestion Made Before Na- tional Collegiate Association to Stop Proselyting Among the Athletes of the Colleges and Universities. Professor C. V. P,. Young of theDe- partment of Physical Culture at Cor- nell University, took an active part in thediscussions regarding college ath- letics in a conference of college sport directors in New/yell: City during the week The privflegé’s of amateur athletes were further restricted last night when the National Collegiate Associa- tion just before final adjournment adopted a resolution prohibiting col- leges and universities allowing stu- dents who have received money for playing any game from competing in intercollegiate games. The adoption of this rule followed a long discussion of the status of the college man who accepts pay for play- ing baseball in the summer. All of the speakers were unanimous in the opin- ion that college sport suffered by rea- son of students earning their living with organized baseball clubs during the summer and also representing thetr colleges in supposedly amateur sports. Dr. Young suggested a one year residence rule and a three year limit for playing on college teams to stop proselyting. He also advocated that the men play on a scholarship basis as a possible means of, barring profes- sional athletes on school teams. CORNELLIANS COMPETE AT ROGHESTER CONTEST I|Students of the Department of Agriculture to Take Part in State Society Event Many Cornellians will be present at P| the annual meeting of the New York §|State Horticultural Society in Conven- tion Hall, Rochester, on January 6, i and 8. The Agricultural College is I 17 ' {sending students to Rochester to judge the many and varied exhibits which be shown there by the horticul- \| turists of the state. The team chosen to go consists of three undergradu- ates, L. H. McDaniels, E. D. Bosbury and H. L. C. Morris. On Thursday afternoon, January 8, five undergraduates of the College of Agriculture will compete in the an- nual stage for prizes amounting to $50 given by the society. Work for this stage began in October and the pre- liminary competition was held on Fri- day, November 21, at which time the final contests were chosen from a field of twenty-four. The speeches' which pertain to subjects of interest to fruit. growers, are entirely original. The work of these students exemplifies the work of the college by carrying out the idea of imparting information to the studéfits and enabling them to pre- sent such information in an effective manner. The prize of $50 will be di- vided into two prizes, first of $35 and a second prize of $15. It is of interest to Ithacans to note that A. B. Dann of Ithaca is on the stage«fhich was won last year by an |lthacan. ‘ The men who will take part in the order of their speeches are: UB }. Shaper Herkimer, '14 [A. B. Dann. 2222... .. Ithaca, 15 ~R. F Plttsfnrd Qperial A W. Wilson... East Orange, N. J , '15 R. C. Parker.....Spencerport, Special D>. 8. Hatch............. Aiternate, (15 The members of the Pomology de- partment who will attend during the and Knapp, Messrs Rogers,. Arny and King. PROFESSORSHIP FOR DR. M. S. MACDONALD Dr. Murdock Stuart MacDonald of Whyscoconagh, Nova Scotia, Canada, who took the, degree of Doctor of Philosophy at Cornell in 1904, has just been elected professor of economics and political science at Gettysburg University, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Henry Robinson Shepherd of Har- vard at the same time was elected to succeed Dr. John 'Andrew Hines, for 43 years Graeff professor of English literature, who resigned because of age. The sum of $180,000 was authorized by the trustees to be raised for addi- tional buildings. All forms of hazing were forbidden, and the college year reduced from 36 to 35 weeks. Matrimony. George Ade, discussing matrimon in an after-dinner speech at the C cago . Athletic Club, said: \Marriage has the effect of giving a~im@n a swelled head. \Many a time, looking at this hus- band or that, Lay to myself: as he thinks his wife thinks he is!'\ -Chicago Record-Herald. commer mam Have the Journal delfvered to your residence every night. 50 cents the month. advt ~| Higgins, week include C. S8. Wilson, Chandler \'Ah If that man were only as Wise: (Continued 1mm flung, page. {.y 'of Pythias, aca, Knights children. and well directed efforts the Ladies' Committee has performed. Other Gifts Morse Chain Company presented an adjacent lot with a small dwelling house. Willliam H. Sage of Albany, for- merly a resident of Ithaca, added to his gift of $12,000 towards endowment, made available upon the Hospital's re- ceiving munificent bequest from the late Edward M. Marshall, the further sum of $3,000 which provided for mov- ing another dwelling, purchased with the original site, and the combination of the two into ah adequate nurses' home. Grateful to Merchants. The committee is indebted to our Ithaca merchants who have furnished the supplies for the Hospital at prac- tically cost and in many instances they have donated the entire bill, Bush & Dean, The Todd Company, Julius Clapp, The Bool Company, Tre- man, King & Company, and Barr Brot hers. The barre} fund, the lawn fete and card parties that netted the handsome sum of $2,905.90, those various com- mittees-are to be. congratulated for their excellent work. The recent suwecessful ball glven by the young women of Ithaca, Miss Nor- ma Bement, chairman, that netted such a substantial sum for the Hos- pital Room Furnishing, is appreciated. We must not forget the benefit of the help given by the entire clergy, by our formeer Mayor Horton, Mr. E. T. Turner, George L. Cook, who acted as treasurers; Mayor Reamer and A. I. Merrill in installing our laundry; Mrs. James McKinney and Mrs. F. E. Morse in taking care of the linen and bedding. Messrs. Gibb & Waltz, as archi-. tects, have devoted no end of time for extra supervision, and what they have accomplished, we wish the pub- lic to pass their own judgment on. The contractors, Driscoll Bros. & Co., Davis-Brown Electric Co, F. H. plumbing: Towe & Diven- dorf, steamheating; Clem-Albro Ele: vator Co.; W. H. Egan, painting; American Laundry Machine Co.; and, many others We hope we have not overlooked anyone who has done their share, as it is impossible for the many willing hands who assisted us to be recalled to our memory at present. * Doors Open To All. To all, our doors are open, a New Year's Gift to the city, county, and state. No one in need should be de- nied its use, that to the many in need it shall be a source of usefulness and benefit, is the wish of all on New Year's Day. This hospital has been built by the people, it is true some fortunate indi- viduals have contributed more liberally than the many. To them should be the satisfaction that they wére in a post- tion to do so. Yet it is the people who gave their mite, their volce. their good wishes that made it possible. Strange as it may seem we do not offer any thanks to anyones who has been connected in assisting .in this cause. They do not need it; they had a pleasant duty to perform and they have had a blessed opportunity to do so. In years to come they will look back with satisfaction that they were allowed to participate and we realize there are bundreds in our community who would have done likewise, should they have been called ubon. There are two women in Ithaca who practically carried the burden of man- agement and finance for years of the Hospital. Miss Jane Hardy and Mrs. D. W. Burdick, who will always be remembered by all. Their devotion to the work and management must be an incentive for others to follow. Both have earned their leave of absence. yet their manifestations are ever felt in donations and good council. A Opportunity for Inspection At the reception tomorrow, the build- ing will be found but partly furnished, since much equipment must be moved from the Aurora street plant, which is row in active use there. But an op- portunity will be afforded to see bow much has been accomplished by an act of civic co-operation qvhose magnitude we do not perhaps appre- clate for want of a means of measure- ment. No doubt there will be need for a continuation of this generosity, The wider usefulness which is opening, for the Hospital means of greater expense, and there is need, first. of the prompt payment of all sub- scriptions still to become due to the still unpaid, and. second, body of sustaining and contributing members of the Association, But to- morrow's reception is not to be a col- lecting device, but merely an exhibi- tion of the building which, when pres- ently it shall be occupied, cannot be so freely inspected. All are invited and none should remain away for any financial reason. Gifts or subscrip- tions would not be refused at any time; but nobody will ba asked at that time to give or to subsrrjhe anything whatever. the trustees de#ire that every one shall have full and free opportunity to see of a large the mandate of the subscribers has heen carried out in the erection of the new hospital building. b Ayer's Sarsapariila Changes tendency toward disease to tendency toward health. No alcohol, Sold for 60 years. Women's 4 Clubs, Children's Ward, by a fnend of |- You readily: perceive the effective all to} necessity a | building fund. as of all now due and | The building coftnittee and |- , Askc YO!!! pow“ . J. 0\ AirerGo\ # Mill: owever, rew a while? 60. Trust him, to \butt in n «-_ A g5o0d frien®' said; -. A lefthamlgd enmgliment \truly , e C Nevar find,\ we're' b don't. you _own business\ prop a Is it not a proper thing for us to “109k on the things of others once in - Housefurnishings have the greatgr part of the © “L. S. M.'s\ whether you think, so or Come on in and let us draw up cut chairs and talk things over. It that way and we're soppy, osition ? not. If - = pire State flougfignghmfi), \That 'B. S. M. is a verxtable Butt—in sky * init some folks, oVerwch that old “mind yaur - // attention & ell iB Water Pmoi Storm Boois for Women High Cut --- Warm anddry --- WALL & son, $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 Aurora Sf blade Razors, at ho 114 N. Aurora St. LEATHER GOODS--25% DISCOUNT With the exception of Flasks, Drinking Cups and Medicine Cases, we offer the balance of our stock of high grade leather goods at 25 per cent. discount. A partial list follows: folios, Letter Cases, Cuff Cases, Cigar Cases, Card Cases, Jewel Books, Pass Cases, Nall Buffers, etc. You can find many other useful gifts includmg Military Hair Brushes, Brushes, Combs and Mirrors in assorted woods and Parisian Ivory backs; also Auto-Strop, Durhim Duplex and Sexto- Cases, KLINE'S PHARMACY, Inc. C The Home of Liggett's and Saturday Candy Writing Traveling - Cases, Port. Bill o a}, f )a : igre - ¥> emy N‘, vented. pensive to operate. plete with stand. out. We guarantee It OTHER SPECIAL \INVENTORY\ OFFERINGS AT Ironing Today? or Tomorrow? Here is a flat fron that will solve your problem. It is one of the best household appliances every in- A real labor-saving device and very inex- For this week only $2 50, com- it ? against burn- hot, crisp, guaranteed. Do you like Toast? As you want it? When you want ing gives more \bite\* well brow ned toast. it right on the table. Davis-Brown Electric Co. At our branch storé only-213 East Staite Street Here is an electric toaster for that need. Noth- to the morning meal than And you can make Price this week $2.50. Fully JOHN MOT OAS BI COMENTION . OF COUECE MB) Kansas City, Decf 31.-\We are here to further the purpose of this Bmovement to Christianize the entire world and it ran be done with your help,\ said Dt. John R. Mott, of New York City, in opening the quadren- nial convention of the Student Volun: tetr Movement for Foreign Missions here today Five thousand college students. representing ®00 universities and col leges in the | nited States and Can- ada, were in their seats when the convention was called to order. Robert E. Horton ° of known internationally as on missions, and Robert E. Speer of New York, secretary of the Presby- terian Board of Foreign Missions, de- seribed the aims of the movement. Special trains brought the students from all parts of the country. At the Union depet 300 boy scouts were stationed to lead the way to streat cars and to take the delegites to registration headquarters and thence to the homes at which they will be entertained. DYNAMITE MEXICAN FEDERAL TROOP TRAIN Vera Cruz, Mex., Dec. 31.-A federal troop train was blown up with dyna- mite today '170 miles southeast of Mexico City on the main line of the Interocéeanic Rallway, connecting the federal capital with the coast. London, \| W. C. T. U. LEADERS WANT PROHIBITION AMENDMENT TO THE U. S. CONSTITUTION An amendment to the U. S. con- stitution providing for country-wide prohibition is now being sought by the W. C. T. U. The movement is being led by the president and vice president of the society, Mrs. Lillian M. Stevens of Portland, Me., and Miss Anna Gordon. These women have held their present positions with the W. C T. U. for many years. an export. Steam Fitting fs a very important part of our business, Whatever your requirements in this line, consult us. We know you'll gladly dorse our claim of being exports who do their work just right; -- _ Frank H. Higgins 311 East State Street . A SPECIAL 28 inch sample stand of wide \\ Hand Printed and Foliage and Tapestry Papers, some of the finest effects produced by Ameox- ica's leading factory. ;. Well worth the inspection of lovers of the beautiful in art. F. H. Warner 312 West State St. ame Vantme s - Ornental Rugs on sale at Chlpman § for a short time at cut prices A E. CHIPMAN ”7 108 East State St. AIthaca~ Conservatory en- - -case + 'o *% Fe

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