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WHAT THE POLICE IS TOR.
iho city now knows ?rhat tha police
force It for. The city has known ' "
i long titnt? Hint it did not exist to
?atcb gamblers, dlvekeepers ami dis
irderly house keepers. The city bas
?uspected thai it dM not exist to patch
bleves, pickpocket! and murderous
gangmen, except now and then, by
?raj ol :i "friendly collar," to )u ?
tself to the public.
Rnl now tlir? City knows that the
?bief end of the police is to catch
xmesl district attorneys and assist
?-i-t attorneys and to Bpj opon po
lice Inspectori who commit the un?
pardonable offence of not being -
Of what ronsequcnw It ir i hnt the
police force fails to catch honesl dis?
trict attorneys and honest Inspectors'/
\t least we know In this case that it-1
failure la unintentional.
AMEND THE ERDMAN ACT.
i 'ongress, a blcl to consider
only the tariff in the special se*
should make an exception In favor of
amending the Erdman act. The |
?mendment of ?i is urgently needed,
because the trainmen's and condt*
demands upon the railr
up for consideration early In April, and
if provision for n larger board of arbi?
tration than tii?? Erdman board ol
i^ ti.'t made the public a 111 be fu ?
face oner moro with a dlsputi
which in the case of tho firemen threat
ened to cause n strike
Every one is agreed that the hoard of
thro., arbitrator! Is too small,
fin men <i<> not dispute that. Tbey ob
ected t.. waiving the legal method of
arbitration,with all ?ruardsthal
th?. law throw sboul It The engii ?
earlier conceded the fault? of tho Eru
man ?o? and accepted arbitration by an
extra legal board. Representatives of
both parties in this board expressed the
..pinion in tiioir rorvnr? thai the Erdman
act BhOUld N? nrrinri?loil
Tho irioa of arbitration has changed
since tho Hrdman not was adopted. In
former days a !ar...r dispute aras re?
garded os ? private affair between em
ployer and mon. to be settled bj i
sentatiTes of both, witli ? neutral juts
sat t.. prevent a deadlock. Now *'???
iijhiir? concern, especially In disputes
botwron public service i
thoir emp ? seen to be nppor
rnosl and i' Is fell ihat such a dispute
- primarily for public representatives
io sottio, with a representative of the
employer and one of the workers pr?s
ont to ase that rh<? case of both sides is
fairly presented and fully undent.I.
Tho Erdman act should be ai
to correspond with modern Ideas Ar
Miration by a larger board would be
fairer to the public and ?
to the mil road?; and to their mon.
WAITING FOR A SLAUGHTER.
A fine example of that "inTifiblo gov?
ernment" of which ?".overr.or Bulzer
talks is always being exhibited In tho
Hoard of AJdormon. 'I"ho Folks moving
picture show rei-nlating ordinance wont
down to defeat yesterday, this timo to
Mich defeat that pafoty In theaa popular
theatres Is deferred at lea?-t for months
to como. It wps ths "invisible govem
1 ,1'tlt's" will.
Tho alderm??n betrayed tho btteresta
Of thoir ronstltuoT't.s fnr tho snke of this
myatarioua entity that, is always able to
.?.imposa tho rejection of tho Folks ordi?
nance. They defied public opinion.
They ran tho chano?? of having upon
?heir shoulders tho blatno for moro
deaths when tho next tiro ?-.r the next
poni? breaks otit in on?? of tho over?
crowded flro trnrw whoso continuance
There will probably be no way to got
tue "Invisible srovernmont" ont of tho
Hoard of Aldermen except by making
the board J'self invisible, it is headed
that way. It is furnishing constant ar?
guments for Its own abolition.
ANOTHER HOPE DASHED.
It will occur to n great many plain
yachtsmen thut the America's Cup
was not put up os n prize for debat?
ing. We ore not much impressed by
Sir Thomas Upton's lat?'st brief on
the law and the facts. Nor aro we
taken by the yacht club's admirably
logical and extremely lepa! reply.
We cannot 1 >se tight of the mtere I
tug detail that the cup was designed
as a test fer vaoht moins and to tur
ther that best of sports-and that Bfl
long as the learned attorneys on both
^ides of the Atlantic take th"ir present
stand no ra<? is likely. Nine years
and more ha?-o now elapsed since the
last race. And if the ninety-fool
if-rigth is insisft'tl upon run?? years
more may go by in tbS mimic dreary
We have nothing but respect for the
d<?Ire i if the yacht club to d?fend tha
cup Intrusted Io their keeping to the
very best ?>f their ability. Hut the
wish is Irresistible that they WOUM
tiefend it on water arid not in the faat
ri?-sses of 4 St 11 Street If the Club
sbaald iip|ir..n<h the question ;i little
loss like the Oonrt of Appeals uphold-?
lng an abstruse constitutional problem
and a little more like Rnortamen eager
for sport, we cannot help feeling that
n rare, and i good .;:hi result
\\'ii\ n..i forgel ai.oiit iim- pr.lenl
of r."'7. et? . for i nighi nnd I
jrni liting in IP1.1? I- n ninety fool
sloop n sensible, sonworthj ?r''1"
Wouk] a r,-i. <? on th?- seventj rive fool
waterllm n present Ihe pn ? I
In single ?I I? _ ?*onsl nu*l Ion.
w b? u these quei Hont
'. nil their merits ?t \\ ill lie ||UM?
!.. talk <-r ruh-- and regulations and
that much debated snd cxtr?
bigtiou* deed ol gift.
A STEP FORWARD.
Mr Wilson has run afoul of i
conventions long supjiosed In hedge
aboiil the Presidential ofhoe b* deciding
t.> co-operate actlvel) with Mr. i nder
wood afil other leaders In ? ongress In
reducing lo form the Democratic party'?
tariff re? isinn promises,
Most other Presidents hsve observed,
in appearance si :<Mst. the tradition of
non intervention iti the detalla of legis
. Int Ion. They have given more .??
sanction t.- (be theory thai :i Presldenl
should advise Congress in n general waj
before billa aro 'ranted and than -old
aloof until they should reach him lo
shape for approval or veto.
Thai tradition bas been responsible
for man j political shipwrecks, I) Is all
.w.-ii e.igfa for a Presldenl t<"> Isolate
| hlmseir when the opposition controla
one or both branche? of Congress. Bui
?when ,'i Presiden) and a Congress nave
been chosen si the same election to
carrj on) some definite party pro?
gramme ihe theory of si ofness falls to
! the ground,
it is just sa much to the Prei
h teres) ?? it is to thai of hla party a -
seriates in Congress that legislation
carrying party pledges in) ? effect should
be accomplished with as much exped?
and with as little friction as pon
The i-csf time to r.mcile d IT? rr ??
of opinion is before the measures which
are to express the party's purpose are
put Into shape, if Congress knows
t the Presldenl wants snd the Pre?
Ident knows what Congre* rants it is
.a\\ enough taget somewhere. The i i
perience of Presldenl Taf) I 1000,
v. hen he didn't I i on Y i ite'a mind
ft liillll't know his. ?S ;(
striking Illustration of the political
perils of groping after legislation In the
'i alk about the nee ? ;
absolutely -oparato the functions of the
executive and legislative'departments
? onger com inefng. The p
?ire no) sticklers for constitutional for
sm, They wi and can ace
plainly enough thai it Is now desirable
t.. bring nix.nt :i much fuller co-opera?
tion between the two departments, rhla
.-.;.I lies lo federal house!
to tariff and currency legislation,
Mr. vl I ?on onlj al os s a livelj B|
elation Of the drift Of things when he
:: ide h com enl i >n w liich lias
hitherto unduly hampered goveri.
If "all mnnklnd love ri lover." it i
no loss tnio (hat ail admire a hero.
\of oren the most passionate nposlle
of disarmament and peace eau escape a
thrill of ' motion si I he coi temptation
' f such a ' thai of Ix>rd for
merly and most familiar)] Sir Oan ?
Wolsele; Men maj or may nol ap
prove of ? ar, or sympathize with Eng
11 ii " her numerous conflicts in all
pnrts" of th?- world ; bul Ihej ?
\? Ithho'.d a tribute lo a man a hn
? 1er of simple duty lo hi
during so manj j ears and In
parts of Ihe world fougbl fo mai
hnttie and woi i i ? tori? -.
a noten ortbj link a Ith a pas)
? ? ? ? broken In
death of a soldier a*ho sen i I
distinction In Ihe I ea and In Ihr
' ? Iny. a a'hole rolnme o*" Br
military history, and of the hlstoi i f
expansion of tl
.. <ted by the biography of a man
who fougbl amid the snows of Russia
ai 'i < aliada. In the tropical Jungle
swamp of A bantee, on the veldt of the
Transvaal, amone the patacas of the
Mog ? d upon the sands which bad
whelmed ihr* Itfiglons of Csmhyses nnd
sepulchred th" phamoh??. Perhaps ? 11
more to the purpose was lr that ho oon
Bpscnooaly led In the develop?tant of
fighting from a stupe litHo advanced be
y end that of Waterloo to that of the
precise science r>( Moul den und Lula
anterlcana have ions since forgotten
the piqua which some cherished against
the blockade runnner and the eulogist
of Lea; perhaps even more than Eng
lishmen themselves have outgrown the
petty Jealousies which overxealous par
Usans fomented betwwn blm ami his
great contemporary; and to da] then- ?s
only honorable remembrance for ona,
who wsa nol only one of the foremost
soldiers of 1 ho nc?' Nut also one of the
most humane nnd manly of tuen.
THE MAGIC HAT.
ir is never safe t" take Mr. Osear
Hammersfeln too Betlonslj It I- even
more unsafe to laugh ?it his imaginings
as a negligible quantity. Nol only has
he a magic ability to charm gold out of
pock'-ts atai rear opera bousea over
night 11?' has the even rarer *_htt or
charming arl ont of wrangling prima
donnas and snatching beauty from
The obstacles in the waj of bis iat?*st
colossal scheme are appslllng, There is
his agreement with the Metropolitan Hi
rectora, on the face an Impassable legal
i wall. There is the imost consistent
failure of opera In Rnglish. There ?s
the difficulty "f persuading a pleasure
loving populace away from the he.'ilon
It tail and Into Lexington avenue There
is the Kingawaj disaster, fresh In mind.
All these ar?' trifles ligbl as air t..
; Mr, H?mmerst ein. it is rumored lo be
English capital upon ahlcli be is bank?
ing this m th.- teeth of his London
; rout : \v for his n.w locatloo, "i am
j'not aa Imitator whatever l ?lo. i do
I '-originally." exclaims >>ur her,. Ami ?t
iis wit-id recalling on this point thai
the irreal man iiiri actual!] achieve tin
IImpossible in I'hiia.ieiphiii arbgn be
| m. ih- nocletj .ro- t., ih.- arroog side of
Kittenhouse Rquare or \uik it some
other sacred Hue of demarcatlonl
The English tongue raises a diff?rant
query, Mr Hamf_erat?Bla makes mach
of this change The general opera goer
? i hardly lake it v.. seriously. Be ha?
gathered In no fen words from all his
years of listening and usually fewest
of nil when the ?.pera was in English!
Hut Mr. Ilammersteln ma) be taking
tide ni Its ?ood. al that. Opera
' " ritten In English Is In Its Infancj.
' I he Knglii b, or rather the American,
pins rok?e Is well on its waj toward
inn?] ding lucce ? The school .?f
King which Mr. liammeretein pro
i tu fon nil ins ; ?I" big I hing- in ?.e~
veloping M... i. mer lean singer, whether
i: actually results in English ..pera of
Why speak of obstaclei anyway 1
I They are the meal upon which nur Os
. feeds Who can ever forget the
glorious nights at the Manhattan the
Lwlfl sympatbj "fa music-loving house,
?!,. gorgeous beauty, the downright art
was created, while creditors yam?
i .Ted ?it |he gates and the impossible1
was tackled and achieved nights run
Ml Ibis Was taken mit of I funny
black bat by an imperturbable artist In
ulelght-of-hand, chewing I long black
cigar. Who know? what that hat ma\
leid for n? now?
OUR BUCOLIC MAYOR.
An inveterate Idealist is our Mayor
Not satisfied with having stamped out
what little graft then? once was "i
..iir Police Department, be now pro?
poses tn pull the curfew bell on strong
"\o ail-night liquor licenses!" is bis
ultimatum. Bo, beginning April i
yes, that is the day you will bare to
order your liquor before i a. m, or go
dry on the small drippings von can ab .
??orb before that limit. We Will DO*.
?ay that you might a* well be In Bo?
I Ion. Bill With your eye-; shut you will ;
I hare difficulty In telling the difference.
That is what it Is to have ?i bu< oik ;
Mayor with all ill? sturdy \ Irtuei H?
\ i~ no mor.? afraid to -hip the In?mon
! Bum lull on the wrist than he i- li
I peak aim..?! rudely .-f the "system
President Wilson really ought noi to
try to pat id- cake ami have it. too. no
! matter how great the temptation maj
!..? Also, he should remember tint his
chosen and approved successor si the
Trenton State House has -oui" rights
and privileges which even he ought to
? ?? Particularly, "Sam" Gordon.
That 'he President should wish to
retain his grip on New Jersey politics!
? ?' i keep Messrs. Smith and
Vugenl in the "submerged tenth" i
Thai he should ? i-h lo see
th.? jury commission ??tml other reform
ires In -Ahi.h he was Interested
enacted in effective form i- eommendi j
Bui that he hould seek In <!??
. orive Trei Ion of ' Pan ' ?.onion, for the
greater glorj of Washington, neen
:'? ? t.... far. even for i
.?.-?' ? i ? : ? ? !.
i or "Sam" ami I renton are one Bnd
indi' i ? ' : ... - ...
may speculate as :.. whether "Sum" he
oi _?- to \?v. .'.?? ? - Xos Jersej be
? . "Sam ' it .!??? ? ? ? r. I be
i.A.. belong together. iJovernors maj
.on;., ?nui (jovi mors mai g", but "Ram"
stays there forever. Il would he as
ral lona I l?i dig up >> '??? ' i
? ? nd transplant it In
? ? I'ott .? to :.???? ?? ' -.-nu ' from
ii... Mate House lo Ihe White House
N.. then :.an; thing- ahlch New
.i. ? .?? has bei glad > <| > for wood
row W llson : bul thoin is one whit h It
; cannot '!?? it n ado him t?overnor . i'
. him dictator of t1 ?? ! >?
\ on 1 o t hi i
All this it was glad lo do 11 I
, . ... . . , ? ..... j | |
urbane and courtly man and brother,
who was there t" welcome Wa hlngton
? I ' - h?. n tin ???? ever -in.", i
spared lo N'ev Jei ? t.. be the guide
l?ber ti I'd friend of count lit
11 ?over ? . be
He i - ii<M ?i mere me* i agi r He I
i ..i .-i mei>? h?. ?I ?or of th< i
peul h ?? chamber i le i- not in< rdj an
? ? donal lonsoria i a rtl i and i.
dlan of -horn locks, lie is an Inatltu
Hon. rhsrscteristic and Immutable, la
dispensable t<> the commonwealth The
President may take whatever else be
covels, but he must leine "Ham.'
Under the caption "A Forgetful Vies
President.I he World" thus gently
reprimand- the epigram maker who
recently likened the fnnctfcma of the
Senate to tnOSC Of a pair of "Windei -".
li ?.. interviea st Boston yesterday
Vice-Pr?sident Marshall Is reported to
have said ti st "so far as I know, i am
"the oi I; person eacepl Mr. Roosevelt
"to oreup; th" Vice-Presidency with?
? previous national legislative eg?
\\ ?? wonder 11 Mr. Marshall ?ver
'.. ard of ( lam1 K. Hobai I or Levl i*
Morton 'T Cheater A. Arthur, to men?
tion three in rtan< *;< en II a Ithln his
ow li lltellmc.
Many people forget about VIce-Prsel?
dents, but s Vice-President should not
Seither should a Vlce-Presldent'a
critics, i.evi p. Morton was twice
elected to the House <>t Representa?
tives before be reached the Vice Prual?
dency. And tlm worst of it is thai be
represented the eery community In
\. h ch "The World" WM then and still
Job had nothing on th? Middle Weal
?n these tempestuous ?lays.
Denial, conviction, confession now
haa for an alternative denial, convie
Hon and endowed martyrdom.
it will soon tie possii.:-' to organise an
Association of Americans Who Hairs
| Declined 1 dplomatk Appointments.
New York it still the safest and
attest spring, summer, autumn and
winter resort in the United Btates
What? His honor wouldn't receive a
brace of freaks when they callad ?it the
City Halli Evidently he will Hbear,
"like the Turk, no brother near the
'rim postttvels last appearance of the
horsecar is again announced.
if the Dflsnoeratlc state?m?n in
Washington are wise as well at lurky
they win riot ho|| nil summ?r st th?
capital, only to go home in the fall and
gel routed by their constituents
Jus? after assuming r,fnVr' Vice-Presi
denl Marshall sentenced himself to
"four years of silence.'' Judging from
his recent re?amergences in Bpringfleld
and Boston the four years have been
. ommuted to three we? Us.
when the Ohio [?egialatun g? ta to
regulating men's apparel but long be
tote thai it will probabl; have taken
to ihe S n".]'
Writing In 'The [.ouisville i ouriei
Journal. Henry tt'stterson sa s "Ol
"th.- new Secretar) of Stat? it la no) i -
"essar) here t.. ?peak. "The Courier-Jour
"nal1 Has full) expressed its.;:' on Ml
"Bi van'*- assumption ..f that portfolio and
'awaits with ?nteres) the i ons? q lei ?
i tins another predt? i.thai the I ?
??m... rac) win march through a alaui ?
"house t., a blood) grave'? Th? < om
w/hj "hi.i??" grave? WS prefer to
believe that Colonel vVattesaan aaid
"open'- grave. He is as good as a
rhetorician as he is had aa a prophet.
President Wilson will make no publie
[,,.,.,-he.i liefere iito end of the year.
Bui he will have no trouble getting Mr.
Bryaa to <io the talking for th? ad
THE TALK OF THE DAY.
a teaebei In one ..f the inh-'- sehoola
thought ih? had reason to doubl the word
of n ' retain boy In kef class who aald h?
hud been lo a dental clinic <?f the Depart
m"nt of Health to haV? ?me of Ills lerth
treated. Th? tooth m qaesUon had been
the cause of much eomptalnt en th? i
of the youngster. When Um bej san I it
then was decided doubt as te hi? stat?
m? nt.s h? finally bturted out that h? could ;
t< n th? teachei just w bo fix? d hi? tootl
"And abe did?" she asked "The Hoard
of Health's aifa," qulckl) answered the
t'..- iii? v . refer? Ing to the nui i
iiie clinic 'J be leeeber to-k ins word
?ft? ? that
His Bu; ing Agen) i I? ll you, this i?. tin? ?
? a llfrtim. a m -t ? ditlon oi .
Mr. furhqulck? -l dont wenl >u\-<
u m' sgr? and unr. Ilab ? .1 if Ufe
AN BVERTDA1 EXPER1I Si R
H? lio, central '
'Number, pl< ase!
? .'? ? 1 ie ii'yam
1 oui il.1 ? ? tin? c
Is this Br\ant
Four thr? 1 ihre? ??"'
So; 's ? ortlai
Rl 1, off, p|i., .
1 ? ha II etr \e to
.-'peak quit? p
1 ' .1 thi ? ii
Bryant Heai '
"t m um, um, urn
.... ? . ?,
' ?' ' .\^..ln ' I
ng off, pleas
' n? forbldd? ?>,
OKOROI I at? ?REvV? ' ID
???.-,? ? .
'? 1 ? asked 1 .? run 1 Corato : ?
1 ? ? ? ? ? , i| Ight from a faal
? w .-ir well! I tho ...-: t 1.1 ? ?
town ? . e some
j ou " \\ aahtngl
Th.? for the Ooven 1
a at Albany hai ? rd In a
. ' ? : . ? tsell
recur ? h? nev? 1 Ihe eu ? I ; r? ? is Ii
? . . ? ? ? .
pic's || nd the a/If?
top 1 ngi
: . ? ': inston ' ' low. If
m ? ti ISxecui
-nee; II ? 1
? ? 1 ?
? ' ..
? c ? ind hi
told n ? in'l f..li"w his
?Wl 1 not '
1 ....', i ilk? his mi Ihed
? Dlshon? -r '
'Not ?.i nil 11? said i"- stmpl saved
bis money Instead of spending it for
everything h? though) ?< wanted."?De
trolt FT? I
"The B*i al B rltk Kears" tens thai! "Al
a church. fe5tlv.1l In the South, BO th?
lory ?' -, -'in. on? uto!? t)i? n?Kr..
.?1 - 1." ; r. 1 ( >n the f' ' loa 'aa
Bnnday th? preacher aanouaoad from
pulpit thai be knew Um thirf, aad that
m..'s be should ni j Ms umbrella th?
next morning on 1 Is front porch b? no I
on th?- follow nu; Bunda) pubUcly mention
?i ? g< i.f. man'a name, l u. the m al mora?
mir ihe good preacher fouad ten urn
1.1. las at hin front door."
"All th? avttrag? man want? m fall
pia\." remarked the Wise Oui
"Tes, but the trouble Im be alea want to
art aa umpire.' added th? Blrapl? Mug
A MARTYR TO LIBERTY
So Mexico Will Some Day Come to
To thi Editor "f Th? Trlhun?
sn 1 would like to take advantage ef
the well known generosity of The Tribune
In this respect to make thrnijRh !'. col?
umn* a brief reply to the shameful et
tempt, mad?, recently In certain quarters,
to Justify th? sseasetnatlon of th?. i:it>>
Prestdem 'if M< atoa
That any one In th? twentieth century
COnld have, th? temerity to palliate such
a WSatea crime wellnlnh nurpnsn.-i belief;
th?. more no arhea it is known that, to?
day, liolh Huerta niel I Ma/. OSTS th?lr own
lives t.. the mercy and human? Instincts
of thin num.
ii was to be sxpected thai thi? martyr
to the causa of liberty would h<? diarac
Irrl7.e.l M visionary, Impractical ami a
dreamer, for these ar? bat the epithets
?ver applied to reformers and those In
sdvsnoa of their an? In ?very country, and
in every rt-a.
.vs to th? many offence? laid it
his door ho?..\-er, they eonefcri mainly
of vague and erbofl) unsubstantiated I
charge! Bat were the) nil true Ihey
w.ulil not. pv.ti in th? Hark AgSS, Justify
his heinK ahot down Hks a mad ?I.ik run
And as to hi?, failure to ?atabllnh the
matr* reform?, promised. What could any
man do In a short year and a half?
In our own country. free, of th? hltt?r
feelings and ph?iMoiim eiH?llfllllofl by revo?
lution, who of al our Presidents, even In
four yearn, has ?ver BCeompUsbad ?Jl that
was hop?d for or expected of him?
The adherenta of the old Diaz regime,
tn both the F?nate and rongr?-.? <*W"J all
the] could to thwart hi efforts st ?
turn; and those of his following who ** '"
merely after "th? loaves snd nahes,
Immediately their demsnds for "M,,'?
were not : ei ogn ted ? cam? rebels snd
The p|1 ; I
, ?.,..... d of i "hrtsl Th? ? ? * as t ? be s
new hesven and ? ties earth! And
?? i . .. ti . ibsurd .. snd < toplan
? ??.r ??:? people fallt d nt n all? I ?
li. like? 1st ? ? betrayed "And the
soldiers also mocked hlin And as H?
hung on II ? i ? ?<? I ovt ' lli!"
... ? . the King of
Iliston Indi e?j I tself
The ?Imple fact :.. Mad.lid not have
? chance. But I belle - the time will
. .,mo whi n the M< ? in people ???
monuments to hi? m? moi j. Bnd his b ?? ?
deed? end futile i ?rU In tin lr
behalf will shine Ilk? ?' beacon light
.,. rosa the drear) blackni of Mi >.lcan
h to ?
In Just., e, th?refo to thl .;,; ''?''
whose lip? ?.. longer speak, but whose
blood still . lies i" Is iv< a ft ? ? '? !< ??"' "
and for |ui tl e, l hop? Th? 'I rlbune win
lortly give to the world ? resum? o
Madero's ? ffoi is and the true narratlvi
of th? events leading up lo hi? over?
throw snd a isssslnstlon
The Arnerii an p? opl? ?'?'?? ' th? fsct
Th? ? want lo hi sr both
i- . i,.i. ki:
Ifontle? lie ,N v March ?3, II I
THE TEACHING MOTHER
She Hal Been Rejected in Australia,
It Is A ;serted
.... ? i( The Trib
ilr: it m-1'. Int ?1 of your i
, ?.. to know that thi i '? mmonwealth of
Australia I '? ? ? dt c ded tli it no
in about to nu d I
? ositton m th? ?ti '
There re many r<
i rtaht t.. n
In Imi ? ? ?
i ? 'i I
Th, ? . la m asur? |
strong in thi Btat? of ? ? '
S?. Hi W ;.!??'. 1 .:'?'? ' ? ' III;
: - never ??mi III to rest Ind tip
Isw made ta.
.i. HIN RITLE
THE .TU EI LEE OF GETTYSBURG
A Suggestion Looking to the Bnd of
the Ed. m
Ble I sm the s< ? '
, ? ?? ?
. er that first pollt
, . t the tl
.? ? ; ,
. .. ' - illsi
Wh* lie lat?r hi
? ' m;. !
i ? the mannei
tter In I
^ ? ? ' ?
? ? ? ..f W.it ?
a- fi. nt <>f th?
f Southern bin
f the eloquent '
?? l ?.'..' It
th? ? ' : ? - .
... . ? ?
.?'.... . ??.
? ? aei
? ? ...
the I ghters of the Ai I
of the years thi f the
: ? > .ft ? , whj should i t the I ???
li : r.f ti ?. i.r. ? be made the i
of thai other hlstorl fsi and the ;
?minent scene of the bouse which ?
t to honor?
<;i ? .'?.! P WILSON.
Rsdstoa? Church, Fayette City, renn.,
Msrt b a, 191"
MR. BRYAN'S BLUNDER
Advice to Foreigners Digcujaad in Re
lation to the White House.
To th? Editor of Tht : i I
Blr; Mi Bryan baa itarti d making
blundei ? nt h \ ? ? ? . t ... o|
. an er as Secretary of State
Indli ereet 11 mark? abo .t th? i louse ol
torda at h St Patrick dinner srs an In
-nit to the whol? Brltl h nation Those
pi .; i. are q lit? com] ?tent to manage
their awa affair? without any Impert??
sent Intt i ferenee from a rantlna for?
ii? probably thin:*.. : .?? ? u h methods
will bring ti?m ? Ht.'|. nearer the Presl
dentlal chair. 11? ha? sire i Ij made three
vsln efforts t.. sit In It, and the fourth
stb mpl should he make It, ?rill I ? quite
i.? unsucei tful i an any on ? Imagine
that kins "f .lu.'..mai ?. the late John
Hay, living vent to such i spn ions in
his official capacity? Notwithstanding
all Mr. Bryan's sneers at the nou * r
i^initi. i remember reading iii.it while he
was staying in London h? gladl) accept?
ed courtesies from several member? of
that tn.iiM... and siso fr im membei i of the !
House >.r Comptons it ?hows estrena ) i
bad ,?,'',', snd lack of tat I on hi? part '
nou to ? un. Isa them and thui stir up
unkind feelings In s ?erj friendly nation
Three reara h?? en aspirant for s third
tena ti the Prei Idency, a hll? ? gue i of
th? British ti.it.-m, receiving honors an i
lavish hospitality, had th? effrontery to
mak.. ? speech in tiie i,ist,.ri.- Guildhall
tii.it f..i bad form and Imp? i tin? nee h 11
???vet !?? ? ?. ad it ai lased snd i
nmuasd the ?hol? ctvUlse i world, but it
?ii.in t land inm In th? \\ hits House.
i'r. rident Wilson, when he offered the
smbasssdorshlp t-> i.Ion to Mr. Olney,
perhape didn't thlnh that the acceptanea
..f it would have iie.-n eonsldersd s mis?
take b] a great nsany Britons, who have
not yet forgottss tint "-lot* ..f awning*1
(another big blunder) sounded In lbs
Ven?anslsa affair during lbs Clsvel.i
administration, and fee which many pe..
pi? to thi? fi;iv hold Mr. Olney reeponat?
hi?. In.1er these ?Mr. urn..tan..? I think
It was prudent of him SB deeUU? ilie p..at.
MHS. J. A CAMPBELLi
Brooklyn. Ifarefe 2'J, ITU.
Ni YORK SHOT
Mrs. James B. Duke Gives a
Large Dinner Dance.
Mr- James B, Duke ca\? the large ?
privat? entertainment of the poet-Lenten
on last nigh I si her home, No. i Baal
tree) II took ihe form of a dinner.
ni i .'I and dance. The .Untier guests
nurni ? r? ?! .ii'o;;i seventy and one hundred
cam? afterward for the musical and
danc? Th? artists wer? Mile. n..ri. Pas?
qua!? Amato and Bfrem Xlmhnlist.
Dinner a/as served in the dining room.
two large tables being decorated with
orchids and lllles-of-the-velley,
Th? guest were Mr. snd lira Oliver]
Gould Jennings, Mr. and Mia, T. Buffern
T.,ii. r, Mr and Mn llenr) A. i ' Taj 'or.
Mr and Mrs, Qeorge i. Rives, Colonel
and Mrs William Jay, Mr. nml Mrs
James Brown Potter. Mr. and Mrs Henry
?clews, Mr. and Mrs, .lame? Bpeyer, Mr.
Mrs Qoodhue Uvlngston, Mr. and
Mrs 'hules B, Alexander, Mr. and Mrs.
B. Buatls, Mr. and Mrs. Phillips
Allen ? lark. Mr. and Mrs. \v DeLanoty
i ountxe, Mr snd Mrs i Towns?nd Bur?
den, M and Mra Austen Oray, Mr. and
lamea B Ifaggln, Mr snd Mrs.
I Heorg? B, d? forest, Mr and Mrs Robert
i. Uvlngston. Mr snd Mra, Benjamin v.
Duke, Ihe Hon. Snd Mrs. Alfred Alison.
?' ? id Mr? Han y T Peter?, Mrs Her?
mann Oelrichs, Mra. Richard Osmbrill,
Mrs. iTornellus Tangeman, Mrs William
p Douglas Mrs. James Henry Smith,
Perd Acheaon, Bgerton L Wlnthrop, Ai
. de Navai ra, T iandford B? sty,
Charlea Hayden, Hairy s Black, Mon?
tague Parker and Thomas Kearay,
? ? 'inwe.i the dinner and af?
.."i there ass general dancing, Inter?
rupted at midnight by a seated supper.
Mr and Mrs Duke will sail for Baglaad
Mill J,". to upend six months abroad
have leased Mrs .tames Henry
I I ..?! don for Ihe season.
Mi i harl B Mexsnder loaned h?r
in West Mth street, ysstsrday
ii?.- annual sale for the
. hlld en ? ' Loving Bervlca The inr??
ballroom was used for th?* ?ale. There
wa a table for fancy articles, en? for
and also tabica wherei
? i toys could be purchaa d.
A moi oung women who presided
the val s tah?.-s wer? Miss Mary
Miss B? itrtc? Burrill, M -s
Damrofl Min Marlon Hoff?
man, MI s Barbara Murray, Misa Helen
.1 unes, MI m Adrienn Iseltn, M - Ann
Rogen sad Misa Margaret Bchleffelln.
served during the sfternoon la
the dlr.ln?; room adjoining the ballroom,
Henry Parish, jr., was in
? ? was ?? ? ? eeesful,
was held inder the pati*c?nage of Mrs
1er B James, Mrs Archibald Murray,
Edward Uvlngston Burrtll, Mr-. H.
? ' ttlng, Mrs. Alfred Wagstaff,
H ?:?? B Paiaoas, Mrs. Henry Tii
Mra Lewis '
Mra Alexander will ai?o ;??..
?' irch II for i m ?mi h
of ths -i [?eague ? I ? ?
ti ? - ? irtlsts whi
r are Miss On ? sdle and ? ;? ergs ,
i will i g ii turne.
Among th? dai sea last night ? is on? !
Mn T H< rberi J ?hi itoi, !
? . .. ,... *,;. ? i,, ,r.) s j
nd Mr? Howard H Hi nry, it |
? ?< h? d In th? small batir.a at !
tmong those who gave dinners ?
rs th? dance wen Mrs. Henry and!
Mr- William Mantee Mrs Henry. Mra. I
Hon and Mr Knap] i the !
rig a t one
bfla ' ? ? gave i "tl I <J insai I
?e In Fifth menu? far '
the debutan! g women
? : . the en I ? nt to
t of the Na
. ?- .
tor, Mies I
Mlas ? t An-1
1 "Sin. Mi H Hi- '
? 1. ?? ?
\ ? But 1er gsva a small
a la -t nicht nt her he ss, n Ese) '
. for l er -?? ?nd daughtei. Miss
[?nuls? who will bs eae of next
tentei Misa Lydie Butler
ted in i* elvti ?;
Mrs. Howard CaiTotl gave ? luncheon of
i rty yssterdsy nt her house, it Bast Mtk
'? was followed by auction bf
Mr. and Mm 11 TV K?nnt*? have ar?
rive; in the city from their country place
nt Bedford, N Y . and ar? at the Hotel
? . m
Frederic (?. Penfleld will live a re? j
ceptfon this afternoon at her house,
M'-v <'harks P.aldwin, ?ho 1? nt ^
Kltz-farlton. la hooked to sail for Euro?,
Mr- .lohn A. Dix -?.'111 a-ive in t,,,^
to-day to join ii?r sister, Mr'. Curt?a
Douglas at the Kit/.-?'arlion.
Mr snd Mrs. OeorgS R D. "'MrgsH.
will Ro to their country place nt Morris
town. N. .1, the middle of next month.
Mrs 'liarles Bradley has a rtvei ,n
town from Mortistown and leal the aas*
irrem Th? Trlbane Baraeal
Washington, M ircl a
At the White House.
Mn Wilson, accompanied by Man Mar?
car. I Wilson and Mrs. William \-wton
Strong, occupied a box at tt;. i'oiumbu
this afternoon at the Washington ?<jta.
Miss .I.-ssie Wilson, Miss Helen Woiyi.
row Bones and Captain Wilson, roualn
of the ['resident, occupied a box at thi
New National Theatro 10 Blghl to ?-?
Profcseor A?.*on> brother of Mrs Bfg>
eon, and Flt/.wllllatn Woodrow, a if Sas!
at Princeton, who were KU.-st^ at th*
White Hous-i over Fl.Tfr, left Waih
InKOn this aft?rnoon for Prim "tori.
Tl-? Secretary of Stat", with Mn
Bryan, ein return her? on T>"?rsday, a
day or two e,nrii?-r than h? expected.
The S?er?*tnry of War end Mrs. Gar?
rtooa win eatertala a party in thehr box
at the fancy drill benefit nt 1 rt My?r
on Friday. Thev will have as kLtCStS for
teversl dajs Mr. and Mrs. Seergs l.eary,
of New York, who will arrive on Friday,
and Mr. Thiele and M'.-:s Thiele, of .v?w
Yor!<. who will arrive ou BatOTday, Th?
Secretary and Mra Qarrisofl ?Sill give a
dtrr?r r*rty on Baturday eve*iinif
The Diplomatic Corps.
Tl ? French Ambassador and all ef th?
members of th? embassy staff a;t?n4#?l
the funeral of fount Raoul da Saint
rhali? at St. Matthew's ('athollo r-hureh
this morning. MoastgBOr I?"? conduct??,
Coiint?ss von Pemstorff w-'ll etart for
her bom? about the middle of next month
and Will spend the summ?'
Mme. da Gama, wife of th? Brastaaa
Ambassador, will return to v .'-non
Thursday, ?id she gad the sn 'issador
will ent?rti!n at dtnr.e- the last Sf tn?
In Washington Society.
Tl ? Vic?. President Bad Mn MSTSSSl
returned to th? Bhorabam to-night 'rom
The Becretar-s of th? Navy aad Mrs
['n!':! sad ethen of th? Cabinet ? 1 tt
official society were enter)
tier to-n'Kht by Mr. an ! Mn
Captain and Mn Charlea O. M
t ? i I at tier t t the
all of whom, ei '
.. ? ?
VdmIrai B I? D
Mai ? Mi - Ei ins te si
g for her fa)
i Bewail, her daughti
the famll) patty
M ' 'un H. Rudolp
p i*i\ of oung
The guests, Incladti g I
and l.'i-v Burl? . . ds ightei
l ?. .- ^-. ;? i ",eriera! ar. 1 Mn
wer? afterward tiiken by < ? ate
? ? - i Theatre,
Mn. Joba Hays H I Msa
lay to i
? - : Polnl
t..|.. m ? eh a I "' '
;.?.!? for a tii ? ' l ?-?-*.
; ttage la
...... | . rotu?
Drt-xel 1 '
Mr. and Mn. Ju
Muses Kina nave
Mr. and Mn '.? ird Ipei ar, -r., win
arrive at th?!r Rh 1? I :.i avenue eo:?
lag? la Mnv.
Mr. snd Mra, Oeeege L Ritas riant?
or? i Bwanhuret on M . |
Mr. ntid Mrs H. A. C Tarier, who ax?)
going abroad early in April, vc:; r*t\n
to rpen their sesson In M
M-s. Oeorgi 1 s ?? and __n_yi ah?
were absent laat season, an te ags_.se
eup f Balasi ad thta aw ?
Hr and Mrs. Newton Adama ar1 y.n.
Burke Roche have returned to New Y ork
Mr. and Mrs. Charlea V H ffrnsa ar?
to return this summer efh-r a .?eura
NEW A. BENNETT COMEDY
"The Great Adventure" Suc?
cessfully Produced in London,
i By i ..ti? ts Th? rrtkua? i
London, March 25. Arnold Bennett i
play, "Th.? i;re.it Adventure," produced
at the Ktngsway Theatre to-night, in ?
broadly satirical comedy on English
methods Of thought and the eternal
English "poee that vastly delighted Its
audience The story is that of a ?rent
artist a ho sllowed his val? t t.. be
burled in Westminster in mistake for
the artist himself.
Janet Cannel, played by Mi?? P/ynne
was the only eharaeter who Interested
i;, a human being, ah the others were
Interesting only because of tie clever?
ness ?>f the line?, hut that nan QUlte
Janet was so well ron.'elved and so
finely played by Miss Wynne that aha
easily had the triumph of the evening
Henry Alnley played the artist with
t haraeteriatto ability.
CABLE WITHOUT RELAYS
San Francisco and London in
Sm Francisco, Ifareti ':.. Direct ?am?
munlcation between Baa Francisco an.I
tondon by cable mid telegraph was **
tabliStlSd yesterday in n t.?st of n oabls
sounder which permits tin? une of tho
Mnr*e e.i.i? for cable msssagas,
Th? transe.?ntlnental lin? of th? ro.?til
Telegraph Company was "hooked up" to
tin? trsnsstlsntle oabls for a fsw rain?
DtSS Hin! mSSSagSS were exehnniied with?
out difficulty. The cable Is routed via
Hosten and Halifax, and the operator In
London und th? man In Fan Kranei?.-o
"talked" to ?ach other without the asMl?t
taOS ef r?Tny nffless.
COCOANUT BY PARCEL POST
Montclair Postoffiee Flooded
with Souvenirs from Florida.
Montclair, N J., March 3 " ?? pety
bump-bumpl a noise " | m in ?
bowling ?li \ startled a ho ?el Wer af
Upper Mi.nt.iair avenue this awra?Sj
and hurrying out to thi n ; a s**
th- parcel post delivery man - ?' ?
..\.i ,>t.J.>i" along lli.< floor ' ?
it v as a three-pot
any ivrspptnge except ? ? i
The coeoanut sraa - "1 $i%'
Qualntance who ts in Florida
T.. the amius .1 n dplenl ? f
nut. the par.'.! post man 1 ''
In he ! ist few weeks then had bssl
quite an Importation of lh?
Sojoiirm-i.. t-i the South s
souvenirs mi that Is n 1 to pi?c'
the Inscriptlori on the coc
the stamp and ?t r<?1 ? u in tl
PLANS OF MECCA TEMPI*
m sea Tempts srlll hoM 1 ? ?? ? ,ltJ',n
OB Saturday, .it 7 M P in. Th.?
aus has the following tutor? ps*?ttaft
In the Temple. April I. Lid"?* TI?h*'
April ... esJIdrsn'a matinee; ?.prll -"?'? <jj
1 menial assstoni Ms>) -'?'? ceremoaial ?"?*
moi . Ma) m .???r.-noina: sesslt n ? ' ?
Garden Arena, April i>?. drciia rug**! ?
the lilppoilrosus. April si beul aai pusm
i an ssrt,
LAST NOYES LECTURE APRIL *
Alfred Noysa, the Bagu?t ass* 2
le. ture under the auspices of t'1* J
York Tea?-? 8t.ii.ty OS TUSSOaf BwJ
i.n. April S. Ht IJI O'doCk ln J
ballroom Of the Hotel Ahtor. Till* *
he the last publie app- iraner of **??
N?A*ea In (few York thi* year. H?1 ?u J
Jeet will bo "Th? Great ?.rein Tab?*
Mr. rarn?gte will presida