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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1011.
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Entered ?t ?? ? Poatoflle? nt New Tork ae
feeond ci.?.*? M.iil Matter.
THF XffW? lilis VORTilSQ.
i-YiREiox.?Aimnst tour hundred ofn
ce-iv .-inii men were killed in an explosion
Of th<- paw.
magazines an the Fi?-ii?h
battleship Libert? in the harbor of Tou?
lon; the teasel wss si ittered from stem
to ptern and sunk abn-? : ? I lately.
n The Italian warahlpe u hi? h lefl
Fyraci)?^ fot Trini I i .u Paler?
mo for further mst in? t i??/ s, it was h?*
li?ved that ?Germany would offer her
goad offices In the direction of " settle?
ment of the Tripoli qin ' - between
Italy snd Turkey. 1?;- iltry Bogroff,
the ssaaaatn of pre? ? .- ? n, wss
hanped at Kiev.
fX>MESTK\ ?President Tafl wag
greet.** ?, mde as he con?
tinued his t"iir "?
?during th<? ? \ rntttg b.i I I
tiar i'angr?-.?- at Kansas CU . Mo
opened in Kansas City; Governor Had
I?**,- of Missouri urg? : advanced ncrl
culturni methadn. ns d1?l Henry Wallace,
the prendert_ judge i.itid.'.v suggested
a children s bureau tn conserve their
live? \\. A ?Post, head of the
Kewport News Shipbuilding Company,
f.^id h?? firm would not bid on 'he new
? ? near elght
> r law. h is announced that
th* Navy Department will give the two
?new r?r-"?af?? .'Ht(hts f*pportnnlty ta en?
.$:*??? in battle practice at im early dav
: ? ? ? ? on, a ?
?Chicago broker, wnn killed by hii
In ?Denver; si;e had 1?'kuti s divorce
a i ?? arai suing Emll W.
Ftra?, re, f<>r al?
leged all? her affections.
The Rev, i .- Arthur Little, dean ol
Fn?ton Coi gr< gatlon illsts, d?
.^??.?r-Far. e wedding al of his
coil?sague* at Boston The Bsalt.1
more ^n id Jui a ?recount of the
wholesale repeating had taken
- Pr. Jai ' '
physician in Virginia, wss kllle?! In
Lovlngsl ?n bj
1 its I II III
? i l< ?hurler hill
t? r? e the Bhei man ? 'ommis
Water Bui plj to Maj or
' made any pay?
? to th? the i
? ? ?. ? ?
to aid In the passage of l
I ? ii.''' to
II o ?..'?.;?- ature 1
T Ashley, n ho ira? r of th? Union
? that the hank k?
account arlth nj for
iho purpose of ??'??? ?
M ?' -
ehal He. rslnly tried to .?uh
day. I ?oler. Th" tempera
tur? ?'? '
yn 0CCABW\ FOB SECTIONALISM,
Bacratarj ?May?* la Justified In ?pro?
testing against ?''?? nttacki made by
a>ruith..?-Tl -,?-v -. ; I?j of
atimlnnfiiis* IgtsteM naval yards and ?ta*
tlonn Th?? ?charge thai the ?jefwrtmenl
vas forethrd by ?je<etlonal projudlce and
rot by <'.,! ?? ? ? i * -1 .iti'uis of naval v'
In closing th?? \f?w Orleans and Pensa
?cola PiHi : ifr?-t|y .il'snrd. V??i
It i? being dli ???\ Into South*??, eara
"The Now nrUans Pk?runc," romment?
tr.: the othei day an the transfer of
?ufare?! trota thai ?tity'a station now un?
ador way, agid:
it is asking tr?o much < * human
ure to exp? t 1 t? then
... ai ?i aband?
? ? the navj nlmlty.
Thev know p?f*j 'i thai 11
T" . ci--- I this i " (- ? 'lit)?-ni and
asctlrmai. . .
J^ej,,. ? ).\ ROUlh
?uld i??? on
i to lli"'t- 'ng of
t (.f , .,'
permit fhi? partisan nnd sectional net
<r?f the ?avy i to pasa un?
rei.iiiu-?i ?uld ii.-i?i> red
t- additional ships or any
?il th? N.-\ l" partm? I
1 ght 1 "'.?,, foe!
? i \ 11 ? .?.
? ?f that mis*. ir
r; uted ci : deplorable, si :
1 .ii lo put the trivia!
in I lie niaiiitfii
? above the rational
< opnioni of .-m Instrn?
in? ?,?lit) >?r nalloniil d?pfence. ' Tlie
l tine" -? ? mi to think thai it In more
i 11 ?ut to k? ?lets : arda and
for l ::??fit <?f rarloua
Si?ul than t.? m tin? navy t>? oo
It? work mosi (efficiently by establishing
; largar ?basea from which II
? perate la time ??f war. According
t? the reasoning ??f our \??\\ Oi
? ? tit shi'ilhl
mi rtl ? ' ? M In (ha ? f th??
? r than re?i.
the i arda to i a Ith th?- <t?-\? i !
i t nf (???-? f1c,?| !f \? ;|its D? (!?? Ill?'
? i?-?? in ill-tail <?r numerous
I ? 'I "f ghlng it a
fu? han ' to '?? a !i"i?? en ?
< ? ' nil ??' 11 ' '' at a f??w vital
Pi rat< -?'o polnl
i he "' ?.-"">!" pu? n?) t?,
!?- ? .-in-.? it |g S?.nth
?Mu i bacanaa It i<
1 ? ' ? i (???> nr?
?I. and If nil! le (.'.?\??ni???l in th?>
aeiwtiau <jf tba primar* bagaa by tne
.h.dement of a board of nrtny and navy
engineers. Such a hoard c<?uld not 1???
mi ?],??? toil of hirhorlnj; sectional proju
dlC?B. II would lio cuhlod only by Hi??
requirements ??f iho dee. of t" day,
which bag f.ir ?nitirrown the fn?illtios
fnrnislM'.l l?y lli<? ?.hi system of ?Ctt?
t< i ?'?1 :iinl backward ynr<l -
Nothing ?'"iihl 1>?> ni'irt? unf?>rtun.'it<> for
die pras*?rgag of iho navy along sonnd
lines ?lian a oainpaij*n t?' incite partisan
and sectional reprisals I??-?.? n-?- certain
Southern Btatlous gre to be closed. They
arc Loin- closed only h<??'aus.' they are
i.o loiurt'i- ??I ?Pennine value, and stations
on othet parts of UM coast will bo simi?
larly abandoned aa tntm aa it is shown
?I at ihey arc 1 elog maintained at a use?
THE TOULQS BXPLOBIOE.
it ?i?????- not appear from preeeni re?
pon?; that the appalling disaster t?> the
Trench navy at Toulon was duc to
n? gligence or carelessness, though th?'
precis?' canso ?loes ii"t sooni ,to be
known. There are those who will hur?
riedly call it "another French naval dis?
aster," romemhorinp former mishaps in
that service, and will stiegest that the
whole Trench navy is tn a demoralised
oon<|iti?.n. Rnt while there have I ?eon
?.orne serions accidenta in the French
MVy iho British navy has not escaped
roch disasters, nor has our own. and we
are ttoi sure that Trance 1ms snffer??d
more than other countries.
Th?' facts appear to be that a fire
l.roke ??tit in the Interior ?if the ves
?'?I. not far from the magasin??*, and
before it could he e_r_gnisbed reached
the magaalnee and exploded lh?'m. and
they Bnggeet the necessity <?f Improving
the mechaniam for flooding a warship's
magazines or the spaces around them.
The Bnggeatlon of fireproof ammunition,
paradoxical as it may ?.cm. lias been
made, and it is n?>t Impoesible that if
will seine time be realized. That WOldd
"??m ammunition which could not i>e
c\[l<?de?l by flre, but only by ????nousslon.
or s??me su? h means. Or
ta Inly thli dlsaater, like revernl others
which bare precede?! it. possibly Includ
our own loss ?>f the Maine, must
emphasize the desirability of applying
ib?- iie>t inventive ingenuity in the
world t" the problem of making as safo
i- possible thes?' tremendous reposi?
tories of destructive potency.
THE PRIZEFIGHT SCANDAL.
Why docs ("?Tovornor Dig permit this
?.??rii iiaious muddle ov?.r the regulstion
"f liotln_ to go on'.' 'ihe Governor has
had Dearly three w?>eks in which fo lili
ihe vacancy existing in the regula tire
is?-ion god to break the dradltich
which is paralyzing its activltta and
Interforitii with the enforcement of the
'aw. Tl). situation ralll for prompt
a? fien, as The Tribune pointed "'!f
a*hen roramissloner Sullivan resigned.
Why does the Govt"TlH)r delay?
Tli?' Governor himself 1?. under I ad
to hold that violation of the law ha?'
breen permitted in granting a license to
the Madison ???pinre Athletic Club, lie
i? reptrrrted t?> have drrected ihe com
oners, or ,-it least one of them, to
put an end to it hy cancelling the |j.
cense, Vet nothing i?- done. One "f the
Issionen must ?-??>' the Governor
?before h?. pan make up hie mind
whether <>r not to put an end to the
*M*andal, and thus the protrimtion of the
deadlock emphasizes the int**ompetence
and utter failure of the ??overnor's
commission to regulate boxing end to
f-ec that the law i?. obeyed and public
.]?? . n. y rot pected.
If Gorernor i?i\ bellerea, a? every
? n.. else does, that his t*ommiss|on has
permitted violation of the law, has he
no way of bringing its members sharp
ly t?> account? la this delay over re?
rcking th?. ?cense neceesaryl Is it going
to !??? persisted in 90 that with the
l.? ip of RppealB to the court, god their
Incidental delays the disgusting prizo
Ifighting at ihe Garden ran he kept up
all winter or until the demolition of the
Garden le rtegun? Above all, can't the
Grwernor bring bims?'if io organize th"
? ?ii so that it will see that the
law i- roforeed without public scandal?
Till i i?, IRIE8 OP / i mi:.
An extract from "The Congressional
Record" which i- now being aride!*? ? ?r
rula ted illustrates afresh the r/agarles
of fame, if contains a httcr written t??
Senator Clapp, of Minnesota, by Mr. Al?
ii Walker, of this cify, ?.n fia- nit
thorsbip of what is commonly called the
Sherman antHrust law. Senator Hoar
remarked It. hla autobiography thai t'"1
?line most certain about the Sber*
law was that Mr Sherman ?lid not
errite .., ii,,,. ,,f n Kx*Senaror RdmUnds
ai?o re pnfly told whai in- ki ew about
; preparation, he basing chairman <>f
the Judiciary Committee reporting it t"
the Bens te. Mr. Walker lias bow exam
Ined a.! th?. ara liable documentsry erl
? in Washington and reports mi?
nutely on it- authorship. Mr. Sherman
ti ti??diiced an antitrust I ill at ?he open?
ing of the filet Congress, ami that rneat
nie. ??f which ih?? title alone uns pre
? :. was con?? rtc?i by ill?- members
of tin- Senate Judiciary (kanmlttee into
n hich passed. Mr Walker
Th< ' of the statute were
written }<y the following Senators, in1
the following i?'? Senator K<i
?. all of Beet lone I, 2, I, .', and
?;, ?-g?. j.t seven word? in Section 1.
which seven words were written by
? >r Everts. Thrtae are ih. word;
Form of trust or otherwise."
i ? a rote all ol .-'? ? tion '
???? Iloai wrote all of Section 7. and
? waa the author ol
? ? of the actual collaborator ? ca? i I
to claim credit for bis wot*k? and the
IHiternity of one of the most farreachlng
laws ever pul on the stainti hook wg?
thrust upon Senator Sherman, whose re
(hip to it v is absolutely formal
gild in? "i ?e.|iieiiti:il. Much the same
' m it ii ti e -.. called Bher
ti,an I of I8?0. i bal act wa? fl
. (?tnprotnise Itet wean i be free co
tuajorlt) which control!^ the Senate
and the ami free coinage majority which
controlled the Mouse oi Representatives
Mr. Sherman represented the Senate
minor I ? be ? onfer? m ?? committee,
but be and senator Jon?**, of Nevada,
came to terms mi the stiver pnrehaae
? and I?- reported to the Kennt?' the
compromise reached by the confe i
H< did tiot blmeelf favor silver par
"?t su? h -i scale and j leMed only
because ? i?*- part] leaden thought tlial
sou?? adjuetment bad t.. i?. matte \? Itfa
the li? publl? an rnemben of the ti? <? pll
\? r coalition Mr Joneg should bave u"t
? partial i ietorz for the
Bllver men, bul the public lacrtnalder
??tta? i.? i Mr. Sherman'9 name Id
the measure 11, ,t rg-ng aA art II
fortuna ? n blind gotl?_eg9 le fully
,i> m..ii-i i.n. .i ?j these ei ion?.ou? gttiibu
tj?.ii? ??t Important meaenree to i stst?
man wboae p;trt in t-hapiug tiiem was
la the oiio ras?? <?nly mildly contribu?
tory ami In the other entirely m-cligible.
til urn i,' .i i \nii\a
There is one ?uciiiiu'iit againet i1?
big tin* charter nt the present session
01 th?? I.?_i-i.itiirt? the for?a of which
ought to ba ? ?in????!??! even by thoae
who favor Um charter, it is the argo
mem stated by tha committee of tha
Board of Ex?mate and Apport?o__ie_l
when it complained ?n its communica?
tion to Hi?? Legislature that tin? lateal
amendments warn not available for Its
examination and wonld not ?ba before
September -.'?">. and that ir waa, never
thelesa, i?ro|?asf??i to jam the charter
through on September -7. The niast
Important ttd?j In the dtj government
i> bardl/ ?going to bare time to read
tha latest amendments, if than are not
eome biter still, before tha hill is to
?be rushed through.
The propasad ?hartar has boon
changed with bewildering 'ft*e<|uen<T.
?having ?been, so far ns it proscribes
chancos in the city government, almost
entirely ma?!.? over in the bist week.
On?? hundred and fifty-nine pages i?f
row matter appeared in the revised ver?
sion of September IS. This covers most
Of the changes that have boon contem?
plated In the charter. That is to say,
Hie changes that have been proposed
have themselves been chanced all over
in the last sreeh and some of tlieni In
the last two days. an?l others still will
1??> in the day of s?? that remains. And
yet p is pr-ipi.sod to rush this patch?
work thing through with no exigency
existing that requites ?barter tinker?
ing, trnlesa it is i political exigency,
and although the latest draft at Albany
lias been shown to ho full of "jokers"
and opportunities tor graft. This p'an.
a?, th?? Board of Estimate committee
si.vs. is monstrous.
It Is just as monstrous as un' the
original plan to Jam the charter through
it; .inly, which i.avernor Pix rebuked
In these tvords
tfter the proposed charter amend?
? have i.? ? >? submitted to the Leg
Mature the cltlxens and taxpayer? of
the municipality should be tiren ample
time to understand and digest their
provisions. . . No chsrter should be
acted <?n In haste by the Le-glslature -
certainly n?> chsrter for i cltj which
containa one-half of the population of
If Governor l?j?< meant what ba Mid
then, h?? will reto tha ?harter In case
it reaches him.
ITALY \\n Tr HKEY.
Each day makes it a [.pear more cer?
tain that, as we ?tome time ago as?
sumed. Italy will take advantage of
the II?orocc?>Congo episode to assert in
nn effective manner her lomr standing
claim upon Tripoli. As we bare abao
assumed, it seems probable that her
doing so will be g?t*tj_ieac<*d in nod gp
pp.v?.?! by the other European powers.
v bleb have long regarded It as lnevi
1,'ible. with the exception, Of eoiirs.'. ..f
Turkey. And that Turkey will atrenu
oiisly protesl againsl and p?trhspi I -r
?rfbly r??si?-t i ids apoHation af the em
pire bj 'he seizure of its l?at African
possession ais?? seems Increasingly
The situation is very different from
what it was years ago, when Italy Aral
began to formulate claim? upon Tripoli.
At that time Tm-key was one <?f Lord
Balishnry'a "dying nations" and was r??
i ??arded as Mr span for any g agressive
and acquisitive power. Bui now there
la a new Turkey. An enlightened enn
atitutional era baa dawned upon that
empire, in which the Sublima Porte is
making reasonable and praiseworthy
efforts t?. ?regain recognition as the peer
I at any other power. That sraa the con
aideration which gave rise ta the great
e^t resentment over Austria's seizure
of th?? Servian provinces, and that will
iaiiv atrengthen Turkey'i protest
? t Italy's action, at teaat from a
moral point <?f view. it may be
doubted, however, whether it will prove
Of mar?' avail in thla CBAt than if was
in the former.
The mor?? practical ronsideration is
the comparative helplessness of Turkey,
which can reach Tripoli only by ?trav?
ersing tiie tea or marching across
Egypt. Thai Turkey would be per?
mitted to send a huge army through
Egypt is n?>t tn be supposed. Neither
is it to he Rupposed that she (*ou1d ?end
H force then? by sea. In view of the vast
auperiorlty of the Italian navy. Relsure
of ihe country by Italy could therefore
he r?-?-ist('ii only bj the few troops
which are tew in Tripoli, an.d the] are
not sufh-cient t,? he ??f material account
What Turkey eoukl do, however, ?would
i?- i.? expel the tena ??f thonsanda of
Italians who .-ire now domiciled in her
! empire, and t?? destroy the large and
valuable commerce of Italy with
ISmyrna and other Rastern port-: Thai
would I: Mi?-! i very seriona. losa upon
Italy, and the danger of its ?being done
? ?aus?, the Italian government to
proceed with caution ami to a?tek a
peaceful method of attaining its <?n?ls.
\NOTHER CROSSING DISASTER.
D will r:a(- d<? for even the toOBl super
atltioua to attribute tbe horrible glangh?
t' r at a ?railroad crossing In Wisconsin
the fatality .?f the mmiher thirteen.
There were entirely too many ether oh
rioug cuises <?f disaster. ?Donbtl?MS
??ni?? hiato?? ?Should rest upa,? tli<^ rail
road 'ainpany. The crossing appears fo
bava '"?H unguarded by gates ,?,? tleg.
man. Probahlj there was n??t t?.
algnsl bell. r??r ft- failure to provide
some of these thlnga Hi?? compati? is at
leas! morsII] culpsble, and should I??? ie
gaily so. lint tin? rtctima of the di-as.
?tel or tin? driver of their team cannol
i ?? acquitted.
We ai?? told thai a big advertising
hoard!] l* at tbe si?le ?.f the ?railroad
track obstructed the rlew from tbe
wsgon as well as ii'.'u the engine, and
thai ihe track and road mi re si o ?
reloped In dual and fog. The latter could
ii??t i?e helped The former might bave
i- .m. and we think thai all i Igfai m lud? d
persona will agi. that it simuM i?. M
i? nai ?ii!?iii-e to ered >?r to tolerate an
advertising boarding which obstructi a
liew oecessary to Mfetj Tbe ?.;? ii,-:? r
fad is, however, thai in these drcum
?i ? ? - th?? ?iti\er of ih<? team recklessly
drove upon tbe ?railroad track rrithout
pausing to look and lasten, it is not
t.. he fiel 1er ad thai if be had pan ?
i moment ??? few rtt?? fron tha track
; ? would not have w sa or beard t he
g| proschlng ti ala
it is in?.iprehenslble thai people
I III Mich recklessll??-? ? ; i lh|,.,|
thai tbe ugusrdad creasing waa dan
gi i.??i-, that was ?no ? ? u-?? for rushing
!?.-e?n??>si> Into dsnger The r taima
w ,r?- in HO bOrr] I hey wer?? on g |,|, ?,
ite i ni??, and t" ha??- gtopm?i foi ,-i min
ni.? t.. listen tot an a?pproaehing train.
oi for m?\?i-.iI inlimti-. t" M it ?, ? | o
would bare been do hardship sod wonld
nava causad than do loan. Tha ti i .?i.
sh.iuld iOid we trust will strengthen the
demand for the abolltioa of grade ?ross
Ingg, and also for the alvJltlon of the
9lghl obstructing iK'.'irfiings with \vhl<h
so many rnilro.idr? are !lnf*d. It shouhl
?tinI measure warn all people to
"Stop, Look ami Listen" hef.-re ventur
Ing upon an murria nl???l ?Tossing; and
all these rcnirincs apply to T/?ng Island
a"i| \?>w .Tersev as well as to Wisconsin.
. ' k -
THE BEABIDE PARK SCHEME.
The project of crnsattng a much ne<?ale.l
?-?aside park for fhlf? city nt RocktWty
sfcuis at last 00 ?he point of realign*
fion. The Board of Kslimale and Ap
portionment last week arpf?rove?l the nec
eseary change In the (ity map. and that
a?'tion now awaits only the Mayor's ap?
proval to become otToetrvo. Than noth?
it|g will rema.ln hut for flu? hoard to de?
cide whether to take the property nt
private sale or through condemnation
pnx'oedings ; which It. will donbtiegg dO
al its next meeting If the Mayor mean?
time civis the R<-lieme his approval.
It should not he necersar.v to rehearse
tin" rurgUUaentS in fnvnr of this enter?
prise. The nerd of an extensive seaside
park, for pieasure and for health, is ob?
vious; and if a city so advnntageously
situated as this should fail to have one
it would he n discmlltahlo anomaly.
The opportunity to acquire the Dream
lnnd fite at (Vmey Island should, as we
have earnest.ly urged, he Improved, and
the city would fh??r" have a pleaenn
trroimd of onsnrpaaaed acceaslblllty.
Hut its acfpiisition would not in the
?east diminish the dCStnhillty of g|S0
gcqulrtng ? larger area at Rockaway,
which, while not so near at hand and nor
s.? cheaply and quickly eeeeeelble, would
yet have other qnalltieg of the bigbeat
value, especlgjly as a resort for health.
This latter consltteratioo 's especially
pertinent, for tin? reason that there Is
now gvallaMe a fund of |2S(XO0O, given
bj private **tmerOSlty several years ago.
fr a seaside boepitai and ggnatorlum
which awaits the providing of ?i sit? by
the City, The due achievements of the
S?;i Breeze Hospital at Coney Island
are an raraeel "f what might bedenaat
Rocks?s*s* Beach if the city woidd ae?
rare the park there and set apart a por
l'on of it im- this hr'tichVcnt institution.
Surely the Mayor will he glad to make
the Ideal a reality.
New York used to be n UMMOjUltoleSS
tOWtn. Now the pests have moV?sd In by
the thougandg from New Jersey nnd
l-nnsr Island, and window a reen9 are al
me?st as nui? h <>f a necessity here gg they
ar? in Newark and th?. Orangeg. it is a
Bad relapse toward rural conditions niel
?no agatnat Which a great metropolis
;ie earnestly. The ideal
New York wi'l h>- moaqultoleea nnd fly
c,o\-o':nor Pix Is croinrr to write another
dfrr-ct primary message. If he keep?? ?-?n
h.- will convince himself of the merits
of the direct sy? ten?
The May ?r Is for making the perfect
charter StlO more perfect.
i rnrrr P'meon E. Baldarla of Con
necticut is recofving a gonri deal of r
theee daya for having avoided the polem?
ical and the spectacular in office But a
Governor* who possesses no veto ;
? inn? h Chanos to be polemical, or
"Miracle grain'' went to SCO a bushel
before Canada voted doam the reciprocity
compact. Why not put It up to $7", or
The Chicago hieh school tearhrr who
ordered h1?a pupils to count the numher
of W01*d9 in ?' r- In?, <-f edition of an 1111
nhrlritred dictionary imdout-todlv holds
tl ' itioi i championship in the "inda
nn?i fan? leg" educational clap?.
Qrady and r. ??other were the f?nto i-Vn
nte nt yestcra"'iy's session. Where (Jrady
Is thorc !<- the i-Tennte.
the TALK or the DAT.
Tt\ -c isstng the "bOBtnesB room in nor.
manv." I Bawttn merclianl t?-?l?l an .-Vmerl
can ? tor thai an lndl?*ation of th? m -
I lues might I n seen hi "the
? t nrvi litdh prleea paid 'or real ??s
' In th? ' ? thoroughfsr?c. where
now obtain." The .\m.?r?
. m bad no poattlva record? nt hand at the
?>. ahow that Wea v?.rk was ?=??11 for
li ? < ' id in that '?-c?"??. but yesterds]
ill? d to his ? Icrmati frl??n :
fro.n The Tribune of i??f February, which
told of the r-ale of tv.o n;n , . 1 : of !;in?l,
No. 41?', Kifth avenue, H toot and I la? i
f. . ?, nn'l WO. 4 V. . ?-t
" f. ? t f?-?-nt. for ?Shoal $1"?.?v^, and tall
"In roun? flglires this is about
? ??? marks Has a plot of similar .- ???
??ver been boM for that flgara in >??nr city?"
Mr*?. Lapglng was rea-sirlng a nelghhor
who i' a ; In trouhle.
"i linos wall enough your huahand di.in't
1 thing to ?lo with that tight," ahe
"and even if they do arrest him he
c_-, essliy prove ?m alabaster.'
vr. m i:.
.Vow Hoch der Kaiser! Vivo la Fran, e!
i,, t hanaony increase,
They've ehataed the ugly ?Ioks of war
And loosril ti,- doVB nf peace.
The?f*Va ?-'ot Morn??rn ti\?,| |0 S'llt,
Aid both Of th..in Mitl jit
On what their rights Bra In that land,
Hut whet?- ? the Bailan at?
W. .1 [_4?_TON.
It *onio time nr ether In
his lif.- H made t?. f< ?
.? '?? tro? By the wsy, did you ever
? ? give ??! waiter a | .-? nt Upr"?
TMrni' 1 Herald.
taetwdlng to a Dutoh paper, the deten?
alve t?. >? takca by Hollsad tn prepara?
tion for I ' i.i' -..-?iprmin war
hare revealed a state of utter uaprepared
ind confusion in ti.intry*a miii
"My d? ir," said 9 ?- ill old nan to his |
-.vif.-, "th? no th ? .hi believe ih.it i
i't-i ?,r;|\ f.Tt ?.? tiv? ? o . ..! ? \ ,,,i know I
i hi!,, don .
.! ' ? lrnt.le wita, "\
?Ii ? ? ? lleve h ? ii'\ ?
t?, tt r..i 'iii.. .
'i | .? experienrea of tourists t*aosatly re
tun, i from the < irlent show that th?.
.neh doing hnln.s.i at the oil
hare i o\ Ised tomo of their i I
tlonsl talka ai I have added new fal
? ?? ..I i ",?? of tl'. ... | .,.,,,
la- .!r raed off dally tO \i Horn tn th?- mo.??.pie
of ??I Sophia in CttMistaatlaapls, Th. I
i?ii?l thsl th>- f**agTaaea panradlag the ?.,ij
SjOS la ?in?? to the fa? t that When II:"
It, al ont one thou
? be mort <? ted with
| i k
v. )||a wif ;
What'?? p< . UllBr ahont t iBt ?"
H< i Imite n ' i.o'iip?ni-, i ?inner jam
? o ? lattHher, ? ?Mht-lli fathai Of the
i.. m'.ir. n i"'i n i., i," .?? ?? Protesta
? it holt ca, '*. 11 ? withe I
Ifoth? r without i
? ?f the ?>?'. , hlldren boi I testants,
.,.' ni?. ? itholl? ?. : i ?
; m. ther, < a itioii? father: < tf the I
<hii.Ji?u bum i ij Pretsstaat, * ar?.- ?ulli
Olles, *, ai? JSWS, ' are without rel!s;h>n.
CatbotK mather. ?Proteetant father: Of th??
MH chliarsn born UeB on- Protestsnta
IMi are CSthohcS, ?Ml are without relict?.n
'uih .I!?? mother. Jewish father: Of tie- M
chll.lren h??rn 14 are ?"alhel?'*?. 1 a Jew,
0 at?, without rellKlan. Cstl*t*M fsthtt in?l
ni'itljer: Of the ?;i,1??i children horn tt.MI
are r.'ith?.!lrs, 1 |?< g Protestant, BJ h?*1ang
to ttflsrsnl reltcion.s.
.Mrs. Rene fto ?mall daughter) My
darling, l want t?> tt ???? 11 you a Beeret. Your
mother la g?ilng to h? marrie?! nc?iln next
DttualiMr?Oh, msmmsl And after >ii; the
trouble we ha?i with papa: -Boston Tran
A BECLOUDED ISSUE
Writer Sees in Canada'3 Voto a Need?
less Expression of Principle.
To the Editor of The Trihur.e.
ilr: une Alpheua Mnrdv. af tfoston. while
euttinp coupons with BClSSOfS, let the in?
strument drop on hit? \og. and hlood poison?
ing ensued. It may have heen an unusu?
ally dellRhtful death, but llf? ?*? pleasant?
by American Ingenuity and our tendency
t.? 1.? ttennent, since we g,t th'-m by a Util?
aqusrs laid on ?gently and with a pull. Un?
doubtedly In cutting the border of our
?anadian relation? there was, from the
natura o? things and human nature, too
His ?on, Alpheus Hardy, jr., Is the au?
thor of a very prsclsi work, "The Ver?
hallst." on words misunderstood and Inter?
changed, and In It is: "Love and Like?
These are often misused. Men lave few
things-their Wives, their country, patriot?
ism. Justice. Women ?love most everything.
but the thing I woman loyei most II tl
It was no ?I?>u!?t the nppe.il to the basic
I lave of men for their country an.1 patriot?
ism that won ?out in <'.minia, and licit Our
l?ady of the Snows Is ?presumably mare
frigid and less suseeptlbls than th?
ersllty af her sex; but it was mil
itood. and the ?rampslgn arss too short.
The sommer men i-: noi ? photogrspher
he t? ? am Canada mis?
took "reciprocity^ for "union," and thai
we would steal her faca thai ahe was to
heeoni? af the I'riite.l States.
In this valley th? gift <?r the Ural Ce??
?gresa to my ancestors far dlstlngu
?sen/Ice and lUffortng In the War of the
Revolution you ?sill lind the Amsrlcsn
?people Then has been nn Immigration
. and the graveyard? ten th?
Ii tha ark of the covenant, the faith
?.' Um fathers, and it is the breeding
ground af American men and women. The
?grest Omniscient, Whom even the grain of
mustard seed does not eecape, has pro?
vided there be pn OCCUP l? ion ll'-fe thai
th? y may go out and leaven the lump, that
the ration and the ?'anstifitlan b? \ r??
served and they are akin and similar ta
the peoples of "his majesty's dominions
over the s?--!? " "The Cousins" is what w?
here, ari'l It is the nlCI '
lal nShlp; and It was Just
"cousinshlp" we were seeking with ' in
ada. as It was she was seeking g ?? o?-e of
a tro, nn?l it Is not our turn to he
i would felic?tete The Tribune on its edl?
torlal af ?September tt "Caoadi Refusea"
It | the proper attltuda it win be turn
and turn about It will came. And I should
not be surprised If the Conservatives th?m
??elves, having wan place and being re.
hould embrace thrs again -their
' | |e policy.
r the lash af a pramu'trntlan In th?
picturesque brutality af a Kipling that the
would overwhelm the nine, what
they voted WO? to keep the -baiii'ilers" IQ
? -, in finance, in business and In poli?
tics over the bonndsry, mlrtakini the nets
of out "Bonnli Willis/' who was only
playing "hands a?*-roM" th? border only
seeking to ??onnect ?Our Lady af the Snows
with Miss Snow and ?facilit?t? mutual
transp >rt, and under the glamour Of roy?
alty and with a herttags of lovalty they
vat.'d far "King ?".ear^e vs. Tatt." which
Waa not the Psiie. an?l could ho have gon?
aver the barder In e|rciiit, as h? Il naw
with us, they wa'ild better have appre
! . nded the !:<<otv of ills ludgment and the
._?.i fellowship-Only offered- af which he
| Is a prince, an?! heenme aware the fore?
front American is COUSln at least to any
Britisher. UNION JACK,
Butternuts, N. v.. Sept. tt
EPIDEMICS OF TYPHOID.
To the Editor af The Tribuna
Sir: Tie CSSOS of typhoid fever that
nr?. '?a prevalent si Torrington, Conn.,
-T -??man cause, either Infect?
???! w itet or milk.
Osier, In his 'Traetire of Med!?-1ne."
; ii of sn epidemic in a Pennsylvania
town of twslve hundred care?, all trace*
?? i,. t.-, drinking water from a lake, a
typhoid lived n?ar a Stream
fed this Isks, and by him the stream
a ?sonta - iss also li
I t?d when ? i i bt persons were
m ??!" ?ten by contaminated milk, due to
wsshlng the milk ?ans in infected water
The way to a?t in these ?-a-i?s would he
to Und out by whose negligence such con?
ditions are brought about, for It Is noth
? art af criminal ? ir I ssnesa if
pi ?'per use were ?made af str?ng carbolic
tin infection COUld take place and these
epidemics would not occur it should be
Counted S crime not ta ?la the right tiling.
Brooklyn, B< pt. it, I?11. B B ?'.
THE VIKING IN COLLISION
G. F. Baker, Jr.'s, Steam Yacht Hits
Schooner?Her Captain Injnred.
N'.?w London, Bept .?"> t?... steam yacht
Viking put into port to-day with her iort
siiie badly sin.?-he?i, an?i her master, <'??;>
tain ?Bdward v. Haskell.Injured. The Vi?
su.;*. which c;,ii on i'.i;,i.i Qeorge f. Baker,
jr. of New v?>rk. and ? paiiy ?i friends,
was near Llttl? Oull Island last night, on
her WSy from Newport to New York, when
she crashed Into th? Exllda, a British
?schooner, bound fram New York to Eaton
ville, N. C
Captain Haskell'? leg was broken in two
The yacht's torsmsst wa? broken,
s of her I iun? ti? i b ittered to i?i.?,-. ?,
The Baitda's iii> staj was ??it away. .Mr
train t?? take hti
, '?? ! ??i U.
sine.? tiie engagement of Mr. Maker to
Mis.? Rtdtth Brevoorl Kane, daughter or
Mr. and Mrs tsrenvtn? Kan?-. <?f Tusado
Park, was announc?ad lust July, the ?souple,
with Mi? Jame? Rust?s ss chaperon) have
raising thi ? ... the
?Sound Mr Bak? ami III I ?? to
- rled "ti ? ?. ti '?? ? IS 11? Is pron
In fin? ? - In N?s Y? 11 and la vice?
'??ni of the Firsl tfattoi ?i p. ink He
iduated from Harvani in
CONFEDERATE FLAG RETURNED.
?'?? ' >5SP1 B I t'.'iif.. lernte
t ?Mi- Rag raptured by ? Sen York reel?
meal \?.-?s ?. gored ?o its original owners
here t?. ?night Thla ??<-t <?f courtaay of th?
?tats of Hew lork touched th?- \?..
1 ? -o? ?ws of the ITth Virginia
Rectmsni to-nlgM irhen thej ?again ?am?
Into ; ill ? - Ion Of the ii?|.,r?. of the p p
1 ' ' ?.rate Veterana i
live? of i ? ?; \ r Wl ,., .
? M.on ?was made .? frate! ,i re.
' riv mi... iy Kl l< I .iho.'ker p,.
1 hear a man - ? .
? i?"'? It's a sure
';' ""< ?""? ??r the hrflRsart? a.niilr?
lb? ll Pl.h-lll? lit ,1 ,.;,,.?| ,,..
A BAD SET3ACK.
: ' '??'???' ? .,,?, , nrtm
The i gram? of ctvlll itl n ? ... ,. ,M ltl
i ??? 'i ?.i. .1., B
Veoplc and Social Incidents
NEW YORK SOCIETY.
tmong tho;e IM to arrive in HAOt Y?'k
on board lbs Kaiser Wilhelm U ire
Mr. and Mrs OeorgS lAf -".??nid. srho ?re
bringing over the body ?f Mrs. Oould'9
mother, Mr-? Charlee D. Klngatoa? erne died
la l'i.in?e. early in the summer. Other pas
I are Mr. nnd Mr?, i.iy ?".otild. who
were married In April; Or. ar.d Mrs Nicho
las Murray Butter, .Mrs. Rutherfui-J Smy
veeant and Mr. nnd Mrs. v. fcvertt Macy.
Mr. and Mrs. .lav ?"?oiild will so to the
Plan on their arrival
Mr- w K. Vanderhtlt. ?Jr., has sailed
from ?"herhonrr: for New York on hoard
the Vloforla I.tilse. and Is ?hie here on f-'a'
urday or Bundey. she waa amen?* ?hose on
hoar.l tiio fiiymple when that veaMl was
rammed last Wednesday by tha British
cruiser TTawke Mrs. Vanderhllt on her ar?
rival will go to her country plate on Long
Mr. and Mrs. P. Kgcrton Webb will sail
for Europe on Saturday, to rem?1n ahroad
Mr. and Mrs. Lancaster Morgan and Ml??
j Helen RMgaty Morgan have returned to
town from North Beet If.irhor, Me.
i Mr. and Mrs. Ponirroko Jenes, who nrn
still at their villa at Newport, will go to
Hot Pprtnrs. Va., next month.
Mr. and Mrs Oeorge L. Rive? ?afU re?
tara to town from Newport the middle Of
next w. ? '<.
Mrs. T.orlllard Fpencer has arrived In the
city from Newport, and Is at the Hotel
Mr. nnd Mrs. William V B. Kip have to*
turned to town from Bpring Lake? K. J.
Mr and Mr? William EL Bhepberd and
Ifaude Shepherd aid leave Bar Har?
bor thi-a wo..k for Narragansett I'ler, to]
remain until the end of next month.
Mr. arl Mrs. Philip Livingston have re?
turned to th? r|t> from Par Harh??r.
i SOCIAL NOTES FROM NEWPORT.
Newport, Sept |fj . |fgy Van Alen
has closed h?.r season nnd Is on her way
to the English home of her father. Jantes
J. Van Alen. Mr. nnd Mrs Jsmei Lsurenfl
Van Alen ha''? returned from N??w York
Registered at the Csstno to.,],-,, wars B
Pennington P?arc-nn. Frederlrk F. A. Pear?
son an?l K. W, Dwlgbt, of Philadelphia, a
' ?gii?.? t f,f Edward C Knight. Jr.
Mr? Ernlle BrugUtera Is planning a din?
ner for late In the week.
Mr-. J. J. Mason will give a luncheon
on Thuraday afternoon.
The steam jracht Narada. with Henry
Walter?, har> returned to New York.
Mr. and Mr?. Pembroke .F?nes will eloso
tbeir ?,-Hf-nu at the end of the week and go
to Hot Sptings.
Mr. and Mrs Henry A. C. Tavlor have
returned from a short yachting t:!p.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P.. DUwortb nr? at
Hot Springs, having closed their season
Mr. and Mrs. William If. V. Hoffman, of
New York, are the gOSStg "f Ht. and Mrs.
i Stuart Duncan.
p?. Montgomery Roosavajt, of New |
? I? visiting ?Daniel B. Fearing.
I h Hsniman baa repirne?i fra?-?? ?_
fork. . _
.1. Tharn MaeOrew, of HanoPipi, wna ii
the guesl of G?eorga t\ Scott, \s?* g Har?
vard visitor t.. ,|;?\
IN THE BERK8HIRE8.
i Bj tktegraak te ti ? Tribun? 1
i>?no\, Bepl -'? Mis. WlUlana g Broar^
af New York, r-lebrated her ?**lg*htr-nintg
birthday a?. the Hotel Asplnwa'l t., r 1?rht by
giving a large dinner. Bishop and Mr?,
David H i.reer, of New York, arriv? 1 lu
I/?nox to-dsv for the oe.-aslon.
Mr and Mrs. Herbert R. Siiaw, of Bo?.
?ton; Mrs Robert B. Minis aad Mrs Robert
Stockton gave a luncheon at the ?Curt?a
MM Alfred H. Phattnck entertalne-1 a
luncheon party at Fair T??wn this afternoon.
Alexander If. Hadden. who has be?-?
vlslt.'tig Mr. and Mrs. John A. Hadder,. vj
go t?. N?-w Torfc to-morrow.
Mr. and lira ?Tihn A. Hsddm cuy,, ^
dinner at Curtis Hotel to-night. ?Mowed
Mr. and Mrs Jahn T. PuttS will MtgfB to
New York ta-morrow. Their ?teugBtar, Mr?.
.1 ClBXtence Past, win remain tot <t**etslNr.
Mr and Mr-* V A. I Franklin h?ve ?r.
rived at the Hat?-: Asplnv.a I
Mr. and Mrs I,* Fon Allen, who hav?
been nt thS Hotel Asplnwan, have ??one t?
Presidsttt and Mrs. Arthur T. ?Ibdsry? **-hi
? the aresk end with Mr. and MM An?
s.n Pheips Stokes, went to New Haven to?
Mr. and Mrs .1 RMgety ?fJsrtM, who bsvg
base svlth Mr and Mrs. Joseph H C MM?,
have ?.'??til? ta Boston.
If-? George WMttnghouai gava sn at
? Er ?Una Park M ?' ? th?
largest BO? lal affair Of the day.
Iff and M'S Pr.-ierpk P Faster, rf
New Vark. a-e vl>!tlng Mr. and MM. G 1
Senator tv Murray frane Mtertataeg
[the Patur?*av Kvenlnir Huh at his --?lia to
,? ,?- unong the g use ta wem m S"?*^
Frank p. Flint, of LM A'.peleo, ,r? ?-?-in.
I?r?-e?-man Oearga p. Lawrence, of ?MSaSM
Arriving at the, Hotel *t,?jpmwall are *\fr,
MM Jahn C. Ha '? tnetht
Brill ?Riddle, MIm Ethel ?Carteton, PhtiadeU
phla; Mr and MM Howard E Tapper,
MM M p l*notnss, Irving I Kam past,
a-a F DsniMtt, cf New York. Mr.
land Mrs. Francis C Van Oyke, of Part?
isan; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Teck, af Sew
?' | Bmltb, James W Phyfe, M'?? Je?<"|?
O. I'hvfe, af St. James Long bland; Mr.
;and Mrs Thamis H Nevin?, of
IMr, nrd ?MM I s Qrassellt, af r*4eveland|
? Mrs <",earge A. BaM. M!?s K. ?Ball, of ^f,In.
|c|e, Tnd ; r?r. ?rd Mr:? f, F R^o??,, ef
?Bastan, and Mr and Mr? J H. Adam?, of
I LOS Annele?, ar? at the Hgplanooa. la
Mr ar?i Mr? Tbouias Brsyton, rr an?i
Mrs <t i. Qabaler, Mrs a L ?_awton, Mr.
'and Mr? W ? 8??hofl?i?l and Mr. ?nd M*s.
C. P. Bendall, af yew York, are at Heafoa
? Hall, in Ptaekhrldge.
?Belfast Unionists Will Not Sub?
mit to Home Rule.
P<?lfa=t. B ' I conference of io, ?1
tutl-Home Rule leaden was held to-day.
when resolutions were adopted declaring
ihat the Unionists would not acknowledge
the antl ority of any Hone TLil? govern?
ment. A committee sraa appointed to devise
a provisional government for Ulfter Which
should become operativa on the day tha,t
th?? Irish Home Rule Mil aras passed.
Sir Edward Caraon, meml.er of Parlia?
ment for Dublin I'nlv-rsity. was chosen
leader of the movement.
DENOUNCES ASTOR WEDDING
Dean of Boston Congregational
ists Wants Uniform Laws.
?Boeton, Sept. 2? "Evesy ?""ongrejrational
minister felt a thrill of shame, l belle-ve.
when 1 e resillad that It was one of Ms
own church who married Mr Astor." de
r'ared the R?>v. Pr. Arthur Little, of por
? h.?st<?r. In op??nlnflr late to-day a meetlntr
of the CoagreffStlonal Mnlsters' Associa?
tion, ??alle?! for th? ocprssfl purpose of dls
eUSBtng the snhieot. What Is the rcsron
Blblllty of ? 'ongreeattonal ministers In per
formlng IbS m ? --mony?"
l>r. Litt!??, n dean of po?ton ?'ongrearn
tlonsllsts, stronulv denounced the recent
??..?ridlna: of John Jaeph Astor snd Ml
Madeleine T. Force, and ur?ed a uniform
.. law for rvorv st.ite, which would
p?-??vent ft person clivoso??.! tn one sta'e
from being marrhd In another.
Rev. Israel Ainsworth. pastor of
Trinity Church, Revel | it he
1 if minis-tors should have the privi?
lege of pirform'.-ng th? marriage ceremony.
' Nothing can he found In the Scriptures
?\?.\v? the performance of tha mar
rlasr?? ceremony hy ministers of the f'os
pcl." he sal.l, "am!, euch i>eing the esas, I
? a? n"t sen why we ?-Imuld unite people In
"Marriages nre never made in Heaven.
Couphta nr.? never actually Joined by ?he
hand of Cod. Bat yet, when wo, as min?
isters, perform the marrl ige r?r"Tiwnv
we are smddlng them en If by to,? hand of
??od. My eoaactancs has troubled me many
ttmea on this question."
?JUDGE L. L. FAWCETT HOME
Says Japan Has No Desire for War
with United States.
>tv Judge Latvia '? E?asreetl returned
to Mrooklyn yt -'? "day, after spending his
vae^tion in Japan and CJnrea Me ? ??
BWay ?o recipe- ? ? ha,1 been ill for
?Month?-. While In Torea he met former
?i ?>t'o?; Ko. Iker. ?>f nntl-race
trsck gain^iin?; fame Mr Poelker ?vpects
t,. make his lota.? In ?'..'en. where
??a teni Iva Intereata
Judge law'.tt de. lar.?,1 that war with
til.- United Mat?sa ??.a?? "farthest from the
mind?? of the Japanese."
"The next generatton win not **_iy fini
? ?h?- Biaatera of oomaneroo and
trade In th.? Far East," he sal?], "but ?lg
? ptl 'in l : - for trade along our own
Western ahoree They erleb ta do every -
ii.ii.i? possible t.? retain our friendship The
only war cioud that i pervehred aras that of
a ?-omiiKT iai war 'ih,. Japanese do not
?a mi and m?? ' t for aaj other
kind of wai untrj i? to,, poor? I
imiten?.i \<,ith tax?9B and too deeply
sngrossed with th? problem of d?svelep?
Ii" M ."
rV!RS. PIERSON'S AUTO IN CRASH.
I Bj Telegraph i
N. WpOTt, T! 1 . S. p| ? Mrs .1 Frei j
l'lerpon, Jr. ?nd hsf chauffeur figured In
an automobile OOlllslon wht?h might have
preved BeriOUS, as they drove up in fr??nt
?f th?. Casino this morning \s t1
topping, the chauffeur held up ins
land to warn anybody m the rear, hut the
driver <>f a hig New York ? >i evidently
did not BBS ?h?- BtgaaL f"r he followed In
behind IhS Pleraen ?.iitofiH'MI?'. ami there
v..i ? '. i .el ??olli.-loii Ti ,. impact, how
?<\cr, was not scn,,n.? maagb t<> thron Mu
ALABAMA UNIVERSITY'S NEW HEAD
Monti .mm. i ? . Ua.? .'? m .". i?, ,,,.,,.
II I ' mi?. | i. Id. Ill ..| \\ ,? UngtOfl
Lee Ui IvsrsH] Leatngtoa, \? . was elect? d
dent of the ' ata rait* -,f tiabama
m.- i.. i',i ..f irai t?. ? te day. it
Bavsd here that he will aces]
ENSIGN KILLED BY YACANS
American NavU Officer Falla
Victim to H< r?ti]o Natives.
Washington, Bapt ? ensign Chartai n,
I Hovey was kilted by hostile natlvea yestsr?
I dsy an th?? Ba alten bland, which farm?
part af the Philippine Archipelago. ??v?r*i
Bailor 8 af Kns'L I Hovej I , ?:'.. WSM M?
?"ommander Fahs. In charge of the rfaval
i station at Olongapn. cabled t?:e brief re
| part from ?"ommander Sehaenfell, of the
gunboat Q'liras, cruising In SOUttMM Fhil
Ipphte waters. The MPOTt BSld 'hat ther?
had been an actlan yss?*et_sy betWSM th?
force from the p.- (- ?Pampsngl in?! hoa
t!ie Tacana, on th?? na.-iian Island, whicit
lies J'ist ?south af the town af / i-nboang?
an?] between ?Mindanao ,nd the Join grcip.
J. H. i"ath?-rv.aad. ardmary ie?,n.an. wai
severely waunded. and J. H MefJhilM, hoa
pilal apprentice, an?! t", F. 1'. Breches? ma?
chlnlst'a mate, .- ta, were ??ghtly
Ensign Havev was jrraduated from th?
Naval Academy In the elSM Sf "sT.
Catherwood has be.-n In the r.r i! servie?
about three years. His mother, Mrs. K J.
'%???? i, ?Uves at N" *'-". West Tv?_h?
?i street BprtngflsM, ill.
M?eOulrs has had t??. ???? i HH
mother is Mrs Jenr.'.e Mo luire, of ??onion
Henrechen ha? been in the navy two
years II?? |? a son af Jahn B. Henrechen,
af Na. 44.? ?'.?; fa! avenue, Hsitford, COSA
Naval ofBriala expressed the belief thai
the i irty eras an an exploring ? nualllMa
In the interlar of ?the Island of ?MHtSS ?r.?i
Suddenly met the Yacan?, w ha a ? a prim?
itiv? Malayan tribe and fanatical adher
ento ?>f the Masiem faith The ? ???< an? ?r?
very paar, ano their principal Wetmen is th?
?famous "sumpltan," or blow g as, with
whleh they project poisoned dart? great
Portsmouth, N. H. Sept. ? Er.alfi?
Charles Fmrrson Hovey WM a native Ot
Portsmouth an?i ai?am ngsnty-thre? ye.in
aid. His tether, who <!:e?1 two yattt ?80,
was the Rot. Henry Kmers?-?n Hovey, for
many years rector Of St John'a ?IplSMSSf
? hurch, th?> aldest Kpis.-nn-il chur? h !? th?
country. Ensign Herey sttsnded th?- ioc<
schools, g' from the PortsMsaM
1 ol His motlM r, Mr? t ?? ? - I
Hovey, reslii?-i at N?? R ?Btatl ItTtSt En?
BlgS Hovsy was an only child.
Knsicn Hovey n o lea\es four sister*
tu.? b.'lns; WlVM et tuna! oflrer?. TN
are ?'all'e Havev. of Port?mes?1!
Mis. WfPlam M. Se..l?it\, of N?S tetti
Kaute, wife of Lieutenant A Kaut*
now at PoMsdMU?1. nu?l MM K '???'? **:f*
af Lieutenant Srudder K\\ :i hal
', with he:
AMBASSADOR TO VISIT PARIS.
?St ?Petersburg, ?Sei ?' ?
Anahaasador, Curt?a Guild, who im masan
hi? va?-man in or.i.-r to attend II ?? finer?'
or M. Btolyptn, called en ??remlei Keeeer
Z.'ff, tO-day. He Will leave f?Of PSI_ ??*
CIVIL WAR HERO FOUND DEAD?
.la.ks"ii. MlCh . S? i" ". I*iel A '?''*0'
f. rporal Is ?Company '?. I I v ' ' *r"
airy in the ?Civil w i
a rooming houM hers i" Is Lyoa P0*'
;., *!,.r\ , -ilv. ?- m? ?':?! Voted I ' ' " b?. ' n'
? ted by i ?'
???i h. ?rotem a? the battle "f ?Pedsr >'^?*
whi m i a captured MaJ i Q ral IteaMMft
of the ? '.?ni?' i? i ?i?? hi m?,.
NEW YORK FROM THE SUBURB**
New \??ik la t? ?pend us. -1 - ?f^C
lion nexl v?.n " nee?t ?vsrj ts?"
I hli i.l.lp'iU luq? u? i.
Mayor Gaynor ha? the |mi ail? m e ?* i '"
tnIio venture to dl ?;"??? arttl I l? ?*?**?
long distingu? ? ?? ' ? true N< ?? tarn
former VVasblngton Star.
Chicago may not be the lit.nr. ^_r_3
America ?loud I???' ! Lus?
Koston). bill it hs? more leitete ?V^M
i?. th? - ,!l
Kew Tora ? ' \ce*e v
?,?,?.,..,- carga of lokera hs? *^*?Jg|
iu Die ?in? >
.. w ?,,.ik City NO an.? .s.i M> n j
.,.?., [hat Mi Murph ' I _j
sen?? of humor. ?<? '" ,al
Th? Ne? V.uk budget for th? >^jJ5
in ?ou drawing ??*?"> U *"?
toahoui $l7is.i-n?.iw. wh^Mpre^nw?-?
?i...- ol nearl) lll.OM.0M over hf '^it
?? ni.. II? ?? ' il>;' "
nr.- af N?
*ve grown ? nothind
'in.- ratio Bo ton Huald.