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THE SUN, FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1916.
FRIDAY, JUNE SO, 1016.
Entmd t the Pmt Offlc at New Terk u
Second Clan Mall Hatter.
anbaerlptlons by Mall. fostpald.
DAILY, Per Month M
DAILY. Per Year 9 00
KUNDAY, Per Month M
SUNDAY (to Canada), Per Month.... Ml
SUNDAY, Tr Year B AO
DAILY AND SUNDAY, Prr Year.,.. S 80
DAILY AND SUNDAY, Per Month,.. IS
DAILY, fr Month - 1 fl
SUNDAY, l'r Month , S
DAILY AND BUN DAY, Per Month,.. 1 0
THE EVENINO Hl'N. Per Month 5.1
?HE EVENING HUN, Par Year 1 BO
HE EVENING SUN(Kortln),Pr Mo. 1 03
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Biada paabl to Tne Pen.
Ridtr of Tni firs leavlni- town for th
ummr months can have the dally and
Sunday and evening editions itellvt-refl to
tham In any part ot thli country or Kuropo
on tha turma atated above. Afldremi
rhangtd often a deilred. Order throuKh
rtwadealer or directly ot Publication Office.
Telephone 2200 lleekman.
Publlahed dally. Including Sunday, by the
Pun Printing and rubllihlng Association at
150 Naaaau street, In the Dorough of Man
hattan, New York. President and Treat
tirer. William C, Helck, 1M Naseiu etreet:
Vlca.prealdent, Udttard P. Mitchell. l.'.O
Maaaau etreet, Secretary, C. E. Luiton, ISO
London ofllce. 40-43 Fleet street.
Parle ofilcr. (1 Hue ri la Mlchodlera, off
tlu du Quatre Heptembre.
Washington nfflce, lllhh. nulldlnc.
Brooklyn efflce, lot) Living. inn trial.
our friend tthn favor ut trtth manu
ICTiptt and IlluitmUon far pufitlcallon viih
to hart rtjraed artitln returned ihev mutt
in all caiei tend ttomps for that purpote.
The Ilope of Peare.
The surrender by the provisional
Government of Mexico of the United
States tnldlcrs t'ikrii In tho light nt
Carrlzal rellees n tense situation
and war hns been for tho time being
averted. There will be no chimnr
now to make Carrlznl it cause for
nrmed Interxentlon, ulnce It Is dim
cult and may noer be po.-slble to
fix responsibility for what occurred
there; but the question of the free
dom of movement of General 1'r.ttnn
ino'a troops in Mexico still remains.
It lnvoles their presence nnd the
period of their stny In that country
If they can mine only north In the
direction nf the bonier In small as
well ns In Ipto detachments they can
do no effect i e police duty, and It Is
, to Clear nort icrn Mexico of the ban
dlts who nre n menace to citizens on
the American s(e of the border thnt
our troop ate In Mexico.
Mr. Wilson nnit either Insist upon
freedom of nnmmcnt for American
patrols In the discretion of General
PrasniNn. or his force must be with
drawn altogether. It rertalnly can
not be ordered back to American ter
ritory so Ions as bandits are allowed
to continue their depredations by
General 0Ar.nA.A garrisons in Chi
huahua and Coahuila.
A considerable moblllzntlnn of
troops In the north by the prnl
fdonal Government since relations with
the United states became m ruined
proves that Mexico has the re.-ources
to police Its nun territory. If Mr.
Wilson can make the provisional
Government understand that the ex
peditionary force will tint be with
drawn unless and until a well
equipped army of Mexicans N placed
on the border to deal effectually with
bandits, then there will be n tangible
hope of peace between the two coun
tries; not otherwise.
Satisfaction for the Attack nn the
In the matter of the Pet roll to, the
American tanker shelled by u sub
marine in tlie Mediterranean on He-
ember .". I!M.", the Austrian Go em
inent never had a les to slanil on.
Austrln is now nsked by Secretary
Lanm.no, In a note that Is n model of
Its kind, to apologize, to punish the
commander for hl wanton assault
and to pay n suitable Indemnity.
It wa Intimated as long ago n
last February, when the Incident was
brought to the attention of our Gov
ernment, that satisfaction would be
demanded; but as Austria accepted
the singular report of her commander
that the Petrollte. which he mistook
for nn enemy vessel sailing under
false color, tried to nun the sub
marine, ll was dienied m'ce.ary to
obtain continuation of ihe statements
made tinder oath by the olllcers and
crew of the Petrollte. So the Navy
Department was directed lo have her
hull examined and to pas nn the
allegation that lie attempted to ink
the submarine hy ramming. The In
spection and a comparison of the evi
dence offered by each side left no
room for doubt that the attack on the
Petrollte a ulthmit eciio or ex
tenuation, and that the conduct of
the Austrian commander belled the
defence he made.
The Petrollte could not possibly be
mistaken for a warship of the auxili
ary cruiser tjpe, since tankers with
funnel near the stern and hrldi:e
Huperst met lire far forward would
never be 1101! Tor s(. , purpose,
With the s.vmbol of her nationality,
the Stars ami Stripes, painted on
each sie of lier name sending out
In letters - feet high and two
flags Hying, the Petrollte should
never lime been molested. In Ills
note Mr. I,ssim, mi.vs nothing about
the hour of the attacU, but the Mar
coni operator has Muted that it oc
curred as dit, light wis breaking,
warning shot was tired across
bow. Twelve shots were tired alto
gether. inosi r ,.m Hirlklng the , cniral Powers. She did not piirtlcl
petrollte lone vvoiit,tnL. .emnmi ) pme in I lie war, lull she entere.t Into
ns she mviiiii: bnuidsltle. nl a consbl ,.n,iiomle nan lent w Soriiiuiiy
rrable .lis,,,,,,,. f,-, . submar ,J, A ifi rlu-l I iititrti ry Unit was useful
llfUM- Mopping nplelely. , ,.,..- ,, lllnv, s,.
Ni. compeieni naval oiii. er cubl s, ,,e. grains, store,) up mil-
imagine .hat In mi. i. a i-siM,,,, ,1,0 ltn, nf huKhels-. ami l.cr'nll nml salt
retrollte was ih,,,..,.,.,,,,, ,, ' ... ,,.,...,.
"" "s nm S.11HK by
ptiiure inn Mt-trtnti commander
flnlslied b.v ' lioltlinj; up' ihe Atnerl
can Rhlp for a hiipply of provisions,
retnlnlng nn hostage the Bailor who
hnd rowed the cntitnln alotiKsldc. Mr.
I.ANsiNn is Justified In describing the
ronduct of the Austrlnn offlcer us
"otitrnpeoiis" nnd ns "n dellhernte In
ult to tlip flng of the United States'."
AVc think flint Is the lnnRimRO of
An unlmpenchnhle cne hn been
mnde out ncnlnst Austrln. Slio must
hnvo known Ions npo thnt this pnr
ttculnr olllcer wn unfit to commivnd
n submnrlne. Her Government can
not he conaldcred to hnve thnt "high
nense of honor" which Mr. Lansino
nttrlhutea to It tinless complete atls-
faction In given without delay.
Sir Roger Caiement'a Conrlctlon.
Tho prosecution In the cne of Sir
Kooeb Cahrment, charged with high
treason, failed to connect him, except
by Inference, with thl revolt In
Dublin, There waa no difficulty In
proving that the defendant had tried
to recruit n regiment In the German
prison camps for service In Ireland,
nnd the circumstantial evidence was
strong that he came ashore from a
German warship loaded with arms
for use In Irelnnd.
Sir Boom's contention thnt his pur
posn In visiting prison camps In Ger
mnny wns to raise men for the de
fence of Cnthollc Ireland against Ul
ster wns a pitiful answer to the charge
of treason, since the two factions
were not nt the time In arms against
each other. Any act, as Lord Chief
Justice IUiadino ruled, thnt was In
tended to hnve the effect of weaken
ing Knghind's power of resistance to
Germany must bo treasonable. It
mny be supposed thnt the prosecution
was, for political reasons, not unx-
lous to connect Sir Roger Casement
with the revolt In Dublin. Its case
was strong enough without reviving
the passions of that fated movement
and Its retributive sequel.
Having convicted Sir llocr.R Case-
mi'.nt, will the British Government
allow the sentence of death by hang
ing to he carried out? "In Knglnnd
alone. In the twentieth century, ex
claimed the prisoner In his address
to the court, "loyalty to one's coun
try Is held to be a crime." However.
It was not Irelnnd that employed
Csr.MBNT In blah positions In the
consular service and bestowed hon
ors upon him. The man Is not an ob
ject of commiseration If he Is snne.
His mental condition Is a question
for the Government to consider, and
as It has been severely nnd Justly
condemned for making too many ex
amples of the Dublin rebels there
may be a political reason for com
muting the sentence of Casement to
Imprisonment or detention, on the
ground that ho is unbalanced nnd
We are sure the medical profession
would have Its doubts concerning the
sanity of the prisoner. To hang n
crazy man for Impotent treason
would be a blot upon the humanity
A Significant Menu.
The menu of the dinner that will
take Its place In history ns the final
obeqiiles of the late lamented Bull
Moose, a kind of cross between a wake
and a revival, Is Interesting from sev
eral tion-polltlcal points nf view. It
opened with California melon, u deli
cate tribute, of course, to Hiram
.Iohnsov. It Is reported thnt Mr.
HrniiKf. much to the delight of Colo
nel ItoosKw.t.T. had seen to It that the
melon was tastefully decorated with
an o!lo branch
The white rock wnter the only
beverage to enliven the repast Is
wholly free from the taint of sus
picion that has alwn.vs hung about
grape Juice, a drink thnt has become
Identified with one white wing of the
Democratic party. Nothing alcoholic
can be Injected into white rock with
out betraying Itself. The squab course
wns an Ingenious device for Indicating
thnt squabbles are at an end. The
peaceful character of this little din
ner for two was further symbolized
by the fact that there was nothing
roasted excepting a spring chicken.
There was a touch of pathos In the
indifference displnyed by the eminent
diners toward a box of tine cigars.
Alcohol and nicotine were snubbed
from the beginning to the end of thl
The Prohibition party will nomi
nate, as I customary with them, a
candidate for President this year, but
the foregoing details regarding the
most idiosyncratic and dynamic po
litical banquet on record prove mat
there Is no good reason for a third
ticket In the Held at this time.
With the (V.ar's forces In fluko
wlna iitul lighting their way through
tlie 'ariiiiliiuiis Into the heart of
fiallcla, the Italians pushing hack
the Aiistrlans on the Trentlno front,
Greece's position of "benevolent neu
trality" toward the Allies nimrenll,v
estnlillslieil ami Hie Anglo-I'reiicli-Ser-
hlnn forces ireparlii'-' I'm-a northward
drive from Salonlca, li woubl seem
Hull Itiiiiiania s time has come.
Prom the day that Iial.v enieii'tl Hie
war Uiimanla's ileclslou has been ov
pecled. The ieoile ale believed lo bo
strongly In favor of the Allies, The
! political I'acllons have 1 11 Intliiencetl,
If not iiiiininulnteil. hv tbe rival no.
tlvltv of aL'ents of ihe Klilotite and
lo market Itninnnln's pen-
trallly made tier rlcli,
Wheif liiiinaiila's e'ninince in tin.
war pa lug tlUu nt the Allies wub
dally looked for, when her terms
after weoki of bargaining had been
practically acceded to, the Russians
lost their ndvnntnge In the Cnrpathl
nns nnd the Bulgarians joined the
Ccntrnl Powers. She was open to nt
taek on nil her borders; alio saw her
self another Belgium or Servln. But
to-day tho Austrlon ormy la engaged
In n life nnd death struggle against
n mighty Invader nnd Bulgaria Is nt
bay on her southern frontier.
Rumania seeks more from the war
than tho riches thnt came from her
grain and nil. She wants n territory
thnt will realize her politicians' dream
of n "Greater Rumania," that will
gather within tho limits of her king
dom the Rumanians of Transylvania,
Btiknwlnn, Bessarabia and the Bnnnt,,
And she does not vlh n Bulgaria
thnt Is predominant In the Balkans.
These rewards could never te hers
if the Central Powers prevailed. They
were practically the concessions thnt
tho Allies made her In previous ne
gotiations, nnd the offer, It Is said,
will be renewed.
With the return of Venizei.os to
power tho old understanding between
Rumania and Greece can again be
come effective. Even If Greece should
not consent to resort to nrms, Ruma
nia can put Into the Held 11 force
larger than the Bulgarian. Her .VKV
000 fresh troops would be n mighty
factor In deciding the result of the
Allies' drive nnrthwnrd from Salonlca
nnd In winning victory for the Allies
on the Balkan front.
Aon of To-morrow.
"Above the mind sits the soul" Is
the motto of 11 newspaper supplement
writer on vers tlbre who does not con
demn thnt literary diversion hut takes
the trouble to deny Its clnlm to "per
manence." the crown of art. Since
the most "advanced'' exponents of It
have exactly the mind nnd soul of
the circus clown, why bother to In
sist upon the ephemernllty of their
The circus clown nnd the freak
loet are persons of much Ingenuity
employed with n slight obliquity that
does no harm to the serious profes
sions of acting nnd writing. Their
tnnbark or Inky nntlcs cancel their
"personalities." We enjoy their stunts
without a thought of mind or soul.
They are clever, they are amusing,
worth the price of admittance; but
who that Is not predestined that way
wants to be either n circus clown or
a "new" poet?
The advertising practitioners of
free verse cultivate publicity with
shrewdly calculated zeal. A scolding
boosts them more thnn a eulogy
They nre not deluded Innocents.
They have fun. and make money.
There has been a great to-do about
"free verse," anil the market Is still
good for manufacturers In command
of the salesman's Instinct for "push
ins" goods. But they nre pretty sure
to oversell, and so cause a reaction
which In due season will benefit the
Then may come the day of the poet
(not versesmlth) who shall sing the
marching songs of the era of recon
Austria In In receipt of conclusive
nroof thnt Secretary I.nsino enn
write clear and forceful Kngllsh.
What the loys In khaki would do
nnd how the public spirit would hack
them up. everybody knew; but back
of nil tho cheers must he a srowlng
realization of the difference, that has
been so often pointed out, between
ralMne a million men and puttlnc Into
the held a million, or half million
or a quarter of a million soldiers. Tho
present mobilization Is simply nn out
line sketch of what may some time be
Connecticut trnopa cheered throucti
New .lersey. Xrtcspnprr hrotlllnc.
Connecticut and New Jersey are
How nvmy of Uie people of Mexico
would like to live under a provisional
Government with Tiihohoiie Kooskvki.t
nt Its head?
tlombarded with cigarettes Kxpe
rlcurc 0 flic feventh nt llnrrhhurn.
So the Dandy Seventh Is the tlrst
to b under tire!
It lieglns to look as If we might be
long on retiratlon and short on rep
School teacher dismissed. .Veicapuprr
In the school formula of Indlclincut.
fox "neglect of duty, general in'ttl
ciency, giosH nilM'onduct ami Insiiliotdi
nation." School administrative au
thorities are masters of the vocabu
lary nf damnation,
Uvea General .Inmsp. woubl hardl.v
call the nggresslvo wmk of the Itrlt
Ish on the western front "nibbling."
The great otfenslve may not have
begun In cat nest, but there Is a
mennclng show of teeth, with a blto
here and there n the German line,
Loudon Declaration dead: loud lion
y.nT i'kom. announces decision of ltiltlsh
fim eminent. .Vcirapoprr fir.n'lliir.
"One more Unfortunate gone to her
Mirage plays strange tricks on the
Pacific coast of Mexico, It may be
supposed thnt tho Japanese squad
rons so often sighted by alarmist
11 1 0 painted on the horizon by the un
canny atmosphere. Whenever our re
lations with i'aiiiunza are strained al
most to the snapping point Japanese
warships nie seen making for M.ig-
dalenn Hay. Knr tlie third time Ad
miral Wikhmuv, commander of the
Pacific Meet, has Investigated hy di
rection of the Navy Department, and
again ho reports that no Japanese
prov Is breaking the he.it gla.cd
watets of Ihe .Mexican const. Phan
toms, only phantoms' '
The Progressive party had its initia
tive and Its referendum and Ihin now
1 vi ulve.l Its r.'nill, Why should nny
Hull .Mauser be disgruntled','
If General IU.njamin Hii.i,, com
mumlcr of the Kcdcrnl District of the
city of Mexico, has been Killed by a
French Hwruuuu, Xor. felutiuk W
for a hat, it must not 'ha tiaaumed
that the causn of contontlon was a
mere trifle. Thcro are hats nnd hats
in Mexico, nnd somn are worth a
king's ransom. Tho Carrnnza General
may have provoked annihilation by
taking n skyscraper that wns tho
finest In the Frenchman's collection.
The Austrian newspaper Tnoeblalt
expresses tho belief thnt the United
Mates la carrying out nn Imperialistic
policy which hns for Its purpose tho
annexation of Mexico nnrl Central
America. Vienna rtcapatch.
Austria ought to know something
about Imperialism in Mexico.
'Wo nre nlrcady nt war In Mexico."
shouted Uncle Jok. Washington (fcj
nlri. Change the preposition to ".with."
and It makes a world of difference.
The release nf tho Chihuahua can-
tlve puts another face on the com
If we bad recognized the Hurrta Gov
ernment this trouble would never have
arisen. The lion. Hknrt Lane Wilson.
"I told you so," on tho lips of tho
ex-Ambassador to Mexico Is Justified.
I shall do all In
my power to elect
The ex-President speaks for several
millions of Republican voters. It will.
bo a united party behind Mr. H iron its.
In imposing the minimum penalty
of thirty months penal servitude upon
nr. karl mmiknkciit the Imperial
Government virtually admits thnt he
ha not been utility of "nttcmnted
high treason." A n popular Socialist
leader he Is altogether too blir a man
to be dealt with ruthlessly. It Is not
altogether certain thnt he will nerve
the entire term.
There nre still n few slowgolni? na
tions thnt do not owe apologies to the
About all that Is left of the Bull
Mooie Is a candidate for Vice-Presi
Our troops may be colnir to the
front, but where Is It?
He's n ttuly bis man who. having
expected to receive the tree, unselfishly
ngreea to take the stump.
In Van Are Facilitating
To Tltr. KniTon or Tux Sun iir; An
Interesting letter dated Van, Turkev in
Asia, April 21, hns just been received
by Us from Mr. Grncey, l.itrlv one of
our colleagues In Turkey, and now at
tached with I)r, .Macnllum. late of
Mar.vsh, to the American committee ns-
slating In the repatriation of the Ar
menian refugees to the eonouercd dls
trtcts of Turkey He tells us that the
kind Hearted HussIhu Governor In Van
Is assisting him and his colleagues to
the best of his ability. The General In
wimmanil lmu,t'fr it.,li-,. ii,....
i.i. ' . .... .. ""i.irmy
...... :.'. .. ' ,. .,
"-'ii. r-v-,,, i.iin. in 1 t?i.i, aim
Dr Wilson, chairman of the committee,
and a lolleague are now In Khol on
mix ,.-11,11111, .
About 10 men are employed on relief '
work In Van. of which the need Is Im-
;',; .. , rl . " "K "l ,no 01t:
"in ,'iiiin in, 111 10 many nort1. 1
....... , , . . . . I , .
nu?- r-M.ins 11 ,iri ui wi" iTcmem ny 1
us soivmc 11 turt of the problem by 1
liking a portion at lest of tbe people
y-supp.-rtln, XV., r, fcrence I the
t tw n m? JA ' '""I""'1 ''V '"'-I
r than .pi.it,. Mr. Grace)-, words; j
. mo in nr lor tn I If..
to. morrow to dlnrlbule tho flret 1:0 oxen concluded until 121. notwithstanding
nnt! some Kirl ee.j. Ir. Macilturn will that the then piuerfut Spanish Gov
remain hr to look after th suppllea, eminent crushed tr-e revolution nt the
while I en the round nf th" vlllaum on beginning
horseback. We are hoping In bejln omi-, It l nltnn-t tnllrulous to suppii,..
time next week tn r!e.1n up thl city for that ether .lap in or Germain will as
ll .10,000 Itihublunti.. More ih..n 00 slst Mexico In case nf w.n, s.itr.n stra
home and TOO ma 1 .hop. Mme been Japanese or (iitmatis nny take an 11c
burneil rtnn or tl, the woodwork gutted , tlve hand in the tight, hut .ertatnl.v
out The piaie l In an extremely tllthy ' not by desire or with tin- ronsent of
condition nnd may become hotbed of either the German or the .li.pan.sc !!m
ill.ea.e tn our cmacl.ted ptople. (eminent. Ij11.tr re. ently American fac-
Th1, and trlint to rehou.e our ptople , tnrles sent mm hlnery to Mexico, nnd It
In nme email way. w III require tremen- Is said on good authority that tie Me.
dou effort and capital Vou. I know, dear 1 can loverninent cm turn out Sini.OOrt
friends, will tome to our help In thle av I rounds .if light ammunition diill.
In the present i ou h ue nlw,n dune l'lnallv, I wish more fully to . xplain
In Ihe pm. We plan tn ,1 in rhlrken'uhy I think wur between the United
fjrme and tearb the people how to Innk Slates and Mexico Inevitable Word has
after them and to ral-n pic And with come o me that t'arratiza's position n
suirtlnc up the workmen all grades of head of the nitlon Is hecmntn-: more
people will he h. Ipe,i shaky every day. and that he will Inve
I like the way Mr. flracev nraks of
our neonle" It- l ..or,,,.,..,, ..1... .. 11
who have nsslstcd thnn. has a unite.-
. .. . . . - '
me, nnreniai legani for tlein. nnd,
longs for Ihclr well being And so It
will he seen that yet another enemy to
thn peace of these -or Armenians Is
threatened, but this time It .an
overcome hy determined will and nr
ganlzatlon, and tho our two friends
postess m abundance ,v third factor
Is alsn Imperative, money, vvheiehy the
tiah)glenlc condlt.nns may lie turned
Into healthy nnd cleanly ones.
There is complete senility from
Turks ninl Kurds In these districts, and
wn may hope that In the not far dls
tnnt future this much tried people tn.iv
see their homes restored and smiling
fields and gnidens giving of their
abundance to ntone In some small de
gree for the. sot inn h and bereavement
and sufferings of the pan.
Mrs MvitT Hick-snK.
Honorary Secretary Krl.-nds
London, llngland, June !.
No Seetlnti Monopollcs Palrlollsm r
To tiii: Uiutoii ov Tut: Si - s,, now
many )c,irs Is It that we have been list
filing to tales from the West about the
effete Unst" Anil .vet when the N'a
tlomil Giiatd Is called upon by the Piesl
dirt for dul) on tho Mexican border.
It Is New York and New Jersey that
arc first able 10 tt.pond.
Isn't thlH attempt to ascribe in one
section ,of the country capabilities 111
excess of other sections calculated to
arouse antagonism not at all to the
benellt of the nation as n whole? No
one portion of th United Statin has any
monopoly of patriotism or devotion to
the national welfare. M. T. It.
Nkw York, Juno 2!.
, Al the station..
There are a.itlii rlncB Mt the .tatlnne like
iiu n-er .aw befnre.
There are g.ttherlncs at Ihe stations nlaht
There are itwli nf nld and young,
Native liorn and foreign tongue,
JiihI hee.nne lb soldier hma nre going
There Is rheerlng nt the siatlnns as the
trains, so rnllina phhi,
There l 1 heerlog nt the slatlnn. nlghl
and dn ;
Ciowd. Hdtttlre a soldier true.
I.Ike they alwa nuKht tn do,
And llley cheer Ihetll Just bernu.e lhe'r
There l werplng at the statlone aa the
trains nr- pulling nut,
Thi re Is weeping at tin? stations night
and dit) ,
There mi iiii.l In-r. sisters, wlies,
Who are feu fni fur Ihe live,
fif the si, Idlers w ho me nolng fur nwny
There .ire galheiliiKH nt the eliillnns like
) iU never saw .eore.
There nie g. ilhei lugs tit Ihe stations nlaht
'I'll! re is i.tlglitei llien are cheers,
Tln-rc art luave' but si nil tears,
.lu.l heeiill'O the auiijlct lma n- going
A MEXICAN OPINION.
War Wonld Not Last Long If the
Cuban Precedent Were Followed,
To nt Editor or Tub Bum Sir; llnv
Inc lcen rather prominent In Mexican
politics, I ask you to permit me to ex
press my vlows on the Mexican crisis'
which Is now greatly agitating the
minds nf American and Mexican citi
zens. Homo time ago 1 was naked by
an American friend whether there wns
nny chance of having peace restored In
Mexico for frood, and I then nniwered
that everything depended entirely upon
the nctlona of the United State Gov
ernment. It seems to mo that President Wilson
made many grave mistakes In handling
the Mrxlc.m mutation. Lonklnir linon
lluorta ns the murderer of Madero, wo I
could- not understand why ho wanted
to force Htierta to salute the United
Ktates llni;. Surely one does not care
to accept nny apology whatever from
a criminal. Next, the President failed
to approach any of the decent partlea
in Mexico. Hud h tried to get Into
contact with men of the so-called re
actionary party, the clentlflcos or the
Catholic party, political organizations
which had as lendern men like Kellx
Diaz, I.lc. Ktntllo Ilabasa, Gnicla
Huellar or Luis Elguero, all decent
men from excellent families and thor
oughly representative of 90 per cent,
of the 16,000,000 Inhabitants of Mox-
Ico, things would have been entirely
different. It must be remembered tb.it.
Kellx Dlni. a nephew of the late I'resl
dent Diaz, was looked upon In Mexico
as one who hnd all the many good
qualities of his uncle nnd who would
have probably been Instrumental In re
storing quiet nnd order.
The fact that Mr. wllaon at one lime
negotiated with villa, who Is iookco.
upon by nil respectable citizens In Mex -
ico ns a common rrimm.ii . nrji mini common sense and a conscience would
CarranzB, who Is not regarded by Mexl-I advise him to try. even supposing he
cans In n more favorable light. Hnd at 'had the means. Tho State Is unuues-
laat officially recognized Carranza uh
the President of the dc facto Govern
ment In Mexico, did make matters
worse, and brought about Just that
state of affairs which culminated In
Villa's criminal excursions Into the
United States. The latter's actions
vvero simply taken out of revenge, for
his previous enmity townnl Carranza
Imil been Intensified by President Wil
son's recognition of Carranza.
We Mexicans cannot understand why
President Wilson, although he was re
peatedly requested by tho Governor of
Texas to send troopa for the protc;tlon
of American citizens un American toll,
neglected to do ho. When he finally or
dered a punitive expedition Into Mexico
to take Villa dead or alive we could.
not very well understand It Huppoe- j coneldeiuflon. The nnmo of those case
tng an American band of robbers nnd 1 1 legion. Homes r wrecked caieetal
thieves located on the border between jure blighted, Injuries are Inflicted, not!
v.. ........ w....... ujr wur,, oui Dy inousanas, as a re-
rresldcnt Wilson venture to send a; suit of the errors In the administration
punitive expedition to Canada If the j of the laws, errors ranging from mis
(iovernmcnt of Canada had failed to! taken arrest to wrongful conviction
prevent criminal excursions Into the; Whether there be on- or a million such
United States? ........ cases, tho State owes reparation.'
However. In spite of nil this the de-1 There Khvuld tie n ou-t established
cent people of Mexico will support the . which the ca of ever) man 'hoo
United States government, even If Innocence nppea.s nfter h- h been
there be war between the two nations, I made t M,fr,.r should I .onsldered
provided President Wilson will Htt-new. And the machinery of this court
noun.e after the declaration of ar. M-.ould differ fr.m that of other courts
and tr. tnv mind It will come to that, (in that It should move i-por.taneouslv
that he will under no circumstances , No other court w III move In anv matter
carry on a war of conquest once , unless It be appealed to for a'-thm or
such a declara Ion made the Mexl- decision, but ti.ls one should not watt
can people will believe In the solemn to be appealed to
promise given. .uletly await the nciu-. tl,er words,' It should take cog-
pation or Mexico i.y trie I tilte.1 states nlzance nf all such Cases. In.evttirfe
and confidently fxpeet that thei,i,eni. usseas ..nun. .1..
United States will tr
it .Mexico a Hi
Should however, such a
,., t,i- . .n.
States not b
forthcoming, then the
,, . - mi.. ..i.i,.... ..111 h .h.
... ,,,, .;. ,hl' ,.,. , , ,:.
the beginning of the war will be
, , r .?,!
1st rm foue
s time there
blood), and will last u I
, ...An,i.u ,..- .1.1.,
...m lw, Ciierrtll-i ,irfir nnd it win;!
X t U o t f..i 1 fl." ' Veil "mi..-
t',J"C X n v
subdue Mexico. It mut he remenbered
,h,,t , Mnx,,,in nr nf ,,,iPp,.,iem.H
I" I'M IIUMIIII.- ..Il--I lltlJ-
l.i:..n In Sent.TMlT ISIO 1.111I u.ih tint
. snmeinmu- to regain toe popularity
1 v. ICi'll lie Is losing fast .Mot cover, lie
i 1 "iickcci ny in., jiniio eienictii aim tne
'hfilil.ititu I !.. Inf ..( ot" limn .1 . . ,ulli
. ... -
'arrle.i aw.iy ny their . nil usi.istns.
, -tir.M... 1. rr,
New York. June 29.
.Vols) Mchts In the SiiIumij.
To Tin: i:iiTon op Tit p. Sl'V-Mr. Ale
there no regulations In foice tn tlds cit
tn prevent the nightly disturbance
Mhlch takes place m the districts where
the new subw ttiiincls are being
built? The section In Seventh avenue
between rift) -seventh stnet and l'lfty
nlntli street Is rendered hideous to the
residents' by tho blasting that goes on
till midnight nnd the Insufferable noise
that starts analii at f A M The earlv
louts of this mot plug wctr spent In
loading granite blocks, each pirttctilar
block being tiling Into the e irt. causing
a deafening noise us four or live were
occupied at the same time In doing tbw
work, supplemented by the oaths and
curses of the workmen.
I wotidot why no attempt Is made
to control the enormous amount nf dust
wbli l penetrates Into ever!, anal Uncut,
d. sUo) lug upholstery, fiunlluie. jt-c
mild be eastlv avoided hv thus,,
tiigaccu 111 ip woiK 11 Having a 111 oner
Hifllikllng apparatus to damp the pile of
dnsl nml dlit excavated The only mies
Ml the district thai appear satisfied nie
the saloon kc. pels, whose pl.tcra ate
iruhtlv the s.eiirs of iliuiikenncss aud
debatichen. while the latigu ige used is
beyond descilptlon both Inside and out
side of these pla.es. Tile Intelligent,
pliable policeman stands by looking
mildly on and evidently enjulng the an
noyance of inhabitants. ' ..
Nnw York, .lutie
Former Senator Crane's Itciiiarkahle
Achlcieincnt at Clilcagn.
liepnrttd hy the l.'tlitor t the Snrth .mer
ini n lift tew
Hill the kingpin of the whole affair
was Wmlhrop Murray Crane, Man)
months ago we dliected allcntloii In the
exreptliiii.il sagacll) anil wide vision or
this cxlraoidlnar) man of all th,. nm.
splcpoiis members nf the so. called old
G11.111I, now- happllv shorn of power he
alotip tend arlglit the signs of the times,
shaped Ins course accoiillngh and
(Uieige.l un,,, ,, ,niwt dlllicnlt and dcli
cile Hltii.itloit, iti.islei.'il by himself with
coiisuniinale skill, with iiiiiiiciisk ,.i.
ha need prestige ami without the loss of
11 ft t r 1 11I Sitae Willliin (' Whitney sue
icssfull) W'HlMnoil Hie desperate efforts
of the Uill-Goriuau alliance In 1M'2 theio
has been no such exhibition o' eolll lge,
nctcniunatlou and tact as that Ik Ml
Crane which In the e:nl.v Inuim of Ihe
moiiilng of Saluiday, June n, made,
sum the calling nr Alt- Hughes upon
Ihe next li;i 1 1 it
The True A merle, 111.
To -till, Ulilion oi-Tlin Sl'N- Mi our
coriTspomlent "True Atneilcan" Is evi
dently iiiulcr Ihe liiipiesslun that a man
must extol Ungtatid and believe in all
thai is Ihmllsh In bo an Aniencan Hul
to my mind a man of tint t)p is ,1
varnished englishman ami not a tnic
American 3 P. Iliinwi.n. I
iiauonLtn, Juua Sit,
HOW TO RIGHT A WRONG.
Suggestion of n Court In Which Inno
cent Mnfferers May Find Redress.
To the KntTon or Tltr. SUN Sir: The
m.ui who finds a solution to tho problem
Mttttert hv llnvld A . Ctlrll In TitK Mttv
of June 28 will point the way to a
reform that Is partly needed, it Is too
much to hopo that tho reform will bo
made for a Ions time to come, becausn
the legal profession and the courts are
almost hopelessly enslaved by tho
superstition of precedent. Hecnuse a
thing has never been done Is held by
lawyers to be an excellent reason for
never (loins It, Therefore the Innocent
will conttnuo to suffer the wronM
wrought by "Justice," as you aptly
phrase It, until the conscience of the
public shall be awakened, and thnt will
bo only when public attention Is thor
oughly roused by such a discussion as
Mr, Curtis Invites.
Undeniably there Is great suffering
cnased by the Inevitable mistakes of
legal procedure. Men have been Im
prisoned nnd even hnnged, from time
Immemorial, who were Innocent of the
otfence charged. He who Is suspected
nf crime surfers. It may be, the loss of a
day's time, or It may bo the loss of his
life. Whether his loss be little or
Bteat, he has, under present conditions,
That Is, he has practically none.
There Is n vaguo possibility thnt he
mmm, ir ms enso were glarlni; enough
call the attention of the State to It In
such a way as to suggest that the
Legislature should make him nn appro
Drlatlon. And there la a further ntiH
still more remote possibility that after
many years, If he to persistent enough. I
and Influential enough, he may secure!
such an appropriation. Hut not ono
lawyer n nie humlrvrl eoulrl IaII him
lmw to go about It, and no lawyer with1
tlonably his debtor, but he cannot ool-
uci tne aent
Now this Is a nat contradiction of
the legal maxim, "There Is no wronc
without a remedy ' It Is a flat negation I
of the first principles of Justice. Law-1
yeis admit thnt. If you pin them to the'
point, but they believe and some of,
them say theic Is no solution possible.
If you ask them why you cannot rol-
lect what Is owing you, they say, "You
cannot sue the State." And they s.iV(
11 wun a son or atve as tr the Statu
wero something holy and free of all re
sponsibility. I submit that there Is a solution. It
should be pnaslblo to sue thi State, or
better et, the State should sue Itself
In nny and all such cases as are unde
when abstract Insii.... a, 1.
, drc-s. and by publicly proclaiming th-
i,r. illKcnverfsl nn.l i.ni, ..I ..In. II.
cate the Innocent sufferer from the
stigma tlxed upon him by nnv mistake
ior wnicn ne was not responsible
The 'MMI "f ,hl'' 1;, lll l-v Present
rtimcultl.- t il,.,s.. h r lM p".
precedent hut .he.. M t,
: '"') worsen out
"V1110"' hsUl.tor who really
MaTn 'llz'Xn "" "'P' n",
""" ' "'f' t",Ps.T nl. .
Nf,. VoRK j, " DK' T ' 'AW'
LITERARY BEAUTY PARLORS.
Nature Mm mod When the (osmetics
of Myle Are Applied.
To Tilt: KniTon ok Thk Si n Sir;
"Adslt saj.s we cannot manufacture
iN-atit) and teach st)e tn writing, but
the beauty parlors turn out beatitv tn
order, present her with ", sweei re.Tet
and .1 coy desire,- n languid look or
an innocent freshness, with cheeks so
ihcrr.v. o)es so sparkling ii.alh their
silky fringes that the wlngx nf time
are plucked of all their w.iward grace
fulness Professors, too. Impart to students
their graceful, original and unstlltmt
st,,es of writing and lire them with the
Inspiration of thelt magnet!,- joiilus and
so make them Iki(u nj.-iln, emerging
.rowniMi wun H in o nf im.ii.-ln.iiiv,.
Any one who can get a full cornu
copia of st.vles in writing In this wuv
doesn't wnnt or need nny elf t.i of the
gods, any more than woman wants,
needs or cues iiowada.vs about the
beautiful gilts of nature. t is H, easy
for her to get empearled and otitbeaut'v
""'"re Jam km 1) I u wpi.t,, Jr.
Nkw Havkn, Conn.. June 2!.
l ather Wjnne llescrllies the Position
of tlie Ceneral of the Jesuits.
To tiii: Kpitop. op the sin fir: Just
to keep the r.s-oid str.ilglit and to show
.. inn,- unie in in pence rumors
from Switzerland or elsewhere, you
may Infoim your readers that the (Jen
era I of the ,lcu:ts did not lin.n ...
! leave Itonie, either because ..f Teuton
s) uip.unies nr 01 political Intrigues. Ills
S) apathies nro with peace.
He was se.ircelv chosen General when
Hal) went Into the war. and foreigners
holding ecclesiastical positions tm0
had naturally lo leavo Italy, iust,ud of
going lo Gala-la. his native place
went lo neiill.il Se.ltzcll.llld wlleie he
might dire. I more fieelv the
( and educational f nieipriscs of the irt.oo'a
oi.ii worn miner mm :n everv nan
of the world. Man) of these meii have
given good account of themselves In the
trenches or In the amtiulanre cups f
Austrian mid Get man. lieiglnn. Uiench
and Ita.lait ttr-mes. mid ns eltapl.i'tis to
the Hrltlsh troops, Jf .-tei- .P,p,.
chowskl followed his own lm iinatlous.
be would have made his lieaduu.u ters
In Ids country, hut the p,,,.,. dliected
him where to go
If his brother's commission In the
Atistilan army might seem to Home .1
teason for his s inpathlzlng with the
lentous, his famous uncles III neat,
mcnt at their hands might Incline him
In the opposite dllectloti lie ts 1 ,,,
however, the man to let .-.itch cnnsfdei.i
lion sw.i) him one w.iv 01 the other.
Ills dominant thought is peine, as it is
tho quest of all who work nndrr him,
whether In arms or not
John j Winvk
Nkw Yoisk, .lime
The Vn i hn Keeps Up Ihe Did pnj,
Nn se.oril from its sclilui.i he drans,
o rifle he shoulder'. hivs
ThrniiKh Ihe street, thai are Mid w
Where the soldlets nie minhliie to-dai.
Nn fair opes nr crasplns lil. hand
111 farewell, no res they lire wet
for Ihe man - he's tlie salt nf the hind.
No soldier itepiiriing, nnd jet,
And et thete's ,1 sitllot glow
III the heirl of the 111 an who ir m.i)
Al hotiie, whete no chevron I' show
Oil Ihe envelopes hntdllig the p.u
N. ilrtlllng no ititiplti' ,1. tUht
l'ir this 111,1 11 lull his 11, line ii Ihn pi,;,,
I Will sllflie wl'h ,1 glnrltird lllit.
The man v. h i,ei ps pu. ing to unne
Then here- t
At Ills ml.
Hie tlistl w tin e nniiis
"I'll b . a, I, bo,.!, -nnd
I, nnd luck tn III- fortune B ,in.
The man who k.eps on nie I,,.)', p,,
iluaAve stiuum KtiL
A FEW LESSONS OF UNPRE
The Cots nnd Campstools nf Our Hires,
To the Editor or The Sun Sir: I
learn from an apparently authoritative
source that the Government specifica
tions for military cots nm the same In
use In the year 1S1H, while for camp
stools tho specifications are of the dato
To the lay mind this, at least, seems
Mranue. W. J. Q.
New Vor, June 29.
The Art nf Military Transportation.
To tiix Editor or Tiik Hun Sir: Hav
ing an only son who entrained with
the Seventh Regiment on Tuesday with-
nitt a rlflr. MM Wil nhln irtnn ueornn to
think It unnecessary to carry one, nnd' Mrs, John P. O'tlynn. Mr- r
who nt great personal sacrifice gave Vnmlcrhllt nnd Mrs Chnrir
up his buslncKS, I went to see him off, . ,. ' "
only to And that his accommodations ml,n' J 11 u" nlv'"' ef the oil'
for the trip consisted of one sent In ni''0"' Ryin's staff, i,a,e r, .
day coach. I organization for the ri .trf .,f ,ir ,
Hy the reports In your valued paper fnnitlles of ciiardsmm, ,.' "
this morning Issued from the trains It , "' , '7'M"nrn " 1 '
seems that tho Incompetent powers that l'r"er. to be known as ti,e v
bo have decided that cold canned food Ice Auxiliary of the New - ,
nnd no water to wnsh In nre the host , nti.ml, It wan announced v t
service1. b' Wh'Ch l "rP"re j formed nt in .
I would respectfully suggest that a,(5cn- O'Ryan to act as the - , fl
similar train ho nssembled at Jersey relief committee.
to Drownsvlllo using the same menu
New York, June 2!. A Parknt.
After Two Years of Warning.
To tub Editor or Tiir fltts Sir; Our
citizen soldiers nre being sent direct to
the front without preparation, without nn.nrih.iini 1 .,
even a few welts training In Northern I viinderbili nnnniln . T 1," '"ken, Mri
camp., where they might go through . nder ' IT 'c' ' 1 'r,,,n'
some sort of a hardening process be- J r 1 "' "' Bn; IT-ndps! e
fore they begin the real work they havo f "J h Wtys M th.
been called uiKin to do: sent tn a semi-1 X"n'.n V, . 'V"' V("lll'
tropical climate nt tho worst season of , " ' clearing ,-,, ,M
the year, with nil Its discomforts even , ,hn' nn'r "r,i,B.n.M,.0n 1,1 h' i1
to those who nre Inured to It. ' 1. m Ve il .7 "' tn "rom" ' high-
Who more than any one else Is r-- cl'"' , . , A
sponsible for this' Who but the man . "r nrlt will hi lirni'ed to th. r.'.l.t
who has hsen lauded to the skies he-'"' '" 1 '""l,1" Tvle. ,t
cause h- has kept the country out of '!? 'r"m; mM Mr!' r "n
wer? That phrase will grow In disfavor ' 'V),',nK r,Pllt'' "ronir'v 1 it ih.-,
through nil thl country ns the Mexican ",'0'1.1'1 b"nm. cer.tra' and ore a' .,te
situation develops. Hnd Mr. Wilson 1 )' , .r "',Je'!n"' reoi,a lh,
really been In favor of preparedness two, n ' ' " s-!'ne the
ears or more ago. n demand by him ' ' 'PO','sll..ty, which we f.,dly
on Congress for an adequate nrmv , , ,, .
would have been met. nnd the neees-, 1 "V ?.v t'";''', r" 'h-a-anda of
slty of sending thl- nodv r.t men, th- "'V" V"0" , il' 1 r -v.
best the cnuntrv contains, to the front i"1." "", !"rvl.(V ;M l- to
unprepared would have been obviated. 1 'lp .'"V1' '" -Mr - d-r-
Thrv are splendlJ i..-n, hut untrained, I ""- Th-s organlzT.lon lm beer r -Tfd
and nt present -nttrely unr.tted for ti e 1 ',0 f14' '-"m the onportimity . ,
work before them tn th- climate nf "o better work at the fror.t If th-y fbj
southern Tcxns and northern Mexico. thcr fam.des xtr, prov i I f, r ni -s,
Mr, Wilson lias not kept us out ,,f . Provision should be a mil tarv matw
war, and he mor- than any one els-, n r,c,'''i""' ,nr arlsta-.r e of h.y ; b4
l-i tn Mam- for s-nd.nr these unprepared 'hoti'd be made at the headq urter- cf
troop. Into It. JoitM W. Wood. rcRlnient to whir It tie mer felont
UurrAi.o, Jun- 2. Tl'1' "'ganlatior. of ti.,- a ne . -
j vice Auxiliary tool; pi 1 - mtj- c-j etlr
rnprepnred In the Kmereency. 1 ?f.,nJ ''" .. " "I t
, .... . ''he hum- of .Mrs Vandrb t wit w..
To the Uditop. or Tltr Sun Ulr: While tten led bv Mrs. Whitman M tm .
I may not be exact as to details. It,,,nd National (Hunt ofb.rs .
was known for something over a ear j Major-C.en. Daniel Applrinn, M't i
that the regular army was very llltelv stotesbury, Lieut. -Col W 'urns r--r,
tn be called upon for duty In Mexico; berrv and Col. W. W I add
vet when the time cam- It required n Nicholas ll'ddl- has' i,eer e,e ti
number of das to get a relatively small treasurer of a r;r,d coV- I it r. ie
force over the border. Mnnlfest lack Whleh whmitH be h..ef .n I, ... .,
01 xoreinougni was evineni, as ror ex
ample. It was necessary to order on
the spur of the moment a number of
motor trucks, and the aeronautic service
proved wofully deficient.
Whit I would like to know 1 whether
the blame Is to be nlnccd upon the regu
lar army, which I am loath to believe:
or upon tne Administration, or upon:
tne wnoie American people.
After sending the regular army Into 1
Mexico It must have been evident that I
there was a strong probability that th- 1
militia would be called upon nt anyj
time, and it seems to n layman that bv 1
tho exercise of onllnnry forcthougtit it I
should have been better equipped 1
prepire.1, The blame does not seem t. .
rest upon the uv.lltia. or .ern'nlc n t
upon tne spirit ami willingness of the
men tneniseives. Apparently snm- de.
partment of the regular army charged
ulth seeing thnt the mllltli was sun.
plied with proper equipment or that
proper equ'pment wns Immediately
available fallcil In Its duty.
Watkriiitt. Conn . June 2
Suggests a Guardian fur the Adtnlnls.
To Tiir. KniTon op tiik Sun Sir: A
long as we cannot get rid of our pres
ent Administration nt once, couldn t we
have a guirdlui appointed over 1'"
To send our bint boys down to Mex
ico at this time wholly tinpi.-p.ired.
when there Is no haste, if too sad for
wotds Thomas L. Masson.
Nr.w Youk, June 20.
I all for Pots fur the Armories.
To tub Kpitou op Tiik St'N Mr: It
would be of great value If )onr good
paper vvould urge the coniniiimlei s of
the viulous regiments to provide cols In
the armories, for the men to rest dtirliu -
As mi old military olllcer, and after
a visit to some of the armories, nm
convinced that the presence of the men
mound tho armot) Is more fatiguing
iMo',i:?.'.nl:Jl.f'V, '-'"ks the outdoor
',.,, io- nipii air Kivcs
If enough cots were distributed In the
armories to iicconimisl.ue one-tb'rd nf
the total strength it would be ample.
After Ihe setting up exercise-, and
Inspections the men lose the benefit ot
this exercise when they become fitiiiitcd
from sti.n.Pne nrmitiil
It Is essential that the men start out 1
on the long railroad Jourriev to th,. Vro(. l-'ishei. w.i., .
border III good ph)slcnl condition, and1"' tn" 'iC'ccrtlMcn. ,"
tills will not be the case unless their "oriance of lb., net
present strength Is conserved around ! States nt thl- tine
the armor). ...vet niiieut .1 , (! h
A twent) minute icst on a cot for'"u record in 1 vo-
each nt.in during the d.v Is lecotn-lm the most nn .
mended as a gte.it o.netit, especiull.v ilu ebv to 1
lo law icciulls win, are not .us iisiniiie'l
to the .li.itige in Hun 1 ndition of bv
'ng and tbe heaw eer. ise
If ou cap Indipe ,oaie p ihlie splr-
tied c1u7.cu 1.1 , otiii ii-iite some tw.-tityi
..us 10 eni-ii ieg:nieiiT oii will. lier.
'.Iiatnc. save the lives or 4 number ot
0111 .voting men
If I was llnanciill. ablo to do so 1
would do it in) self
To an cxp. rn in.-d ..ili.-. r the Intlgued
, mid lion of the tin 11 aloutnl the armorv
Is the fi'st and most itnptesslve email,
lion to 1 laim Iih attention
Thl. Is not 11 letter of criticism of
ail) bod) or an) thing, but meiely 11 sug
Nkw Yoits:. Juno 21
To the Prnnt bj the Water lloitlc-
To Tin: I'.niTnit op Tin; Si's Sir In'
view of the 1111p1epar.il condition of the
r.iili-i.ids to transport qui, klv and com.,
fortablv the inlllti.i tr.,ois tow ordered 1
to Tevis, why does not the tratispoisi
latum department of Hie arm; avail
lie. If of the watei routes b.v wav of
Ni w I'll. ati,s and Galveston"
It might lake four da)s longet. but '
the condition of the www on arrival at
San Antonio or Hi nn nsv die would n-'
pa.v for the longer time
U.nvv uin M.'Ciiriiv.
Npw ItAvrff. Conn, Juno 2a.
lint Jonah r.iru.d,
,oin,h wns ri pi 11.1, lie t 1,11 h.s
on his submarine trip
"White's the nutnti-'iph ten. 1
In lb- VnM .l.orouii t.ettrn bu ,lutv Ihe
edilor eoniinciils mi the nation it contention-.
S.lne.v llronk. writ, s no dr Irish iliiii-i'ec
lion ,nii llr W i; .iiiths on iui si,,), ,, ,
Ton- lung mi the war John Ui-seii Munie du
' ils-cs llu- ipa -linn nf i.'i, , r ,lohttln i'ie
teont llll - III otl.-lite and II ,1 ,1,111 11. s
(he hti.iliclal po.ition ,, t,, titiniit It 1,
I slict- inti.itlrtH what VVa.tllti.'toii 111, nit nt
i-iil.'iii;liiii: hIIi iiu i-a s (1 liin 1 rx nl no- rie
ralltoid situnlioii nnd IV K ll.it .1 ev.ui
ni. rie.-ill drnio r.. t tltri.il lie 1. 1. ,.
M til.d bt .111 lirliele In Hnth s pin 1 , ,,
lull. 111 poe .4 11 in nv v b ,
He sell. Ihe ,..) itr, 1' ! a 11 . , s 'i
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OFFICERS' WIVES TO
.Mrs. (VRynn, Mrs. VniitlerMU
niitl Mrs. Whitman Vum
OX A MIMTAHY Ii.,s
""-'nuarters were o,tl
and Mrs. Vaaderbllt, who
itr 1 inn, f'ni t.
... ..1. ,,. m. ,111,1,'rii 11. mL, .
era I, has been elected tempo-, try ,,,,
i,i!im rvf ..mill. . ' vim.r-
I Vim,", . .."'Z.r Mn
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olllce of the United S; it- M,.t 'gne
anil Trust Company.
A committee of women e b,
Nelson H. Henry and Mis
AleMiniler calleil upon AdJ' -lien S-.
bury jesterday and olTerctl ,. -m.
dor any service they could tr a 1 1 $ ,
the comfoit, health or corn.-. , f
the troops under ro-dr
The women cnn:ttte, -, ,n
1 ommlttie nf the Nat on.,; s, ,
Society, of whlih Mrs. A.exi'.r
They told ion. stnt.aburv nv
would lw glad to do attvth -a
either in the recruiting t.it!
,e fni u,,. f.mn'.s of those n it
hero -ot m Mexi, ,
' I t,.l. -him mat V
; to be commended." said (ten .
anil inai tlie nppottuti'.v 1'
doubiedly come whereby Ho r s.
would be of value I vce 1
.ver, to stigg. st an) ti.ii t -it
they could underias. at
l-'ollowltn- Instruction.- . 1
Mlcknell. director ge-in .' ,
l.ef o' the Aumrlcan It. t
ihapter yesterday 1 s-1 1-. 1
appeal for subs ript t,
..im.l.es of d.t-tltu'e 1
WILSON ASKED TO ARBITRATE
I oionilllee I'r nl It .-olnl loo Kiel
(.els Ulrin us.er
Mrs Ann.- I' r 1
I I'lsh.'f of Yale .,1 t I
! IH'erstl eel of i'hv 1 '. '
I lenlay f-. 111 Wn-' o 1
I . alien .m p-,-.,! -t t
tented to him 1 re- r
' ado,.t-g th.c
twen the two Give"
1 I' d lo arbitral Ion
Th- 1. solution
' so that the treat. .
1 ,, regaideil as .1
eeulcm Wnsoii I
A'eve.- in lav . ie
Mates Is ,1 scrap '
liav. the fle.lt.vt
ntniilem of the Al,
neslro for relf.gov
. onto to the lMilitt I
I lint the Pves lit '
people smli be sr,
1 use ruluess
jtmnt In net
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I tor nf ihe l.-.i.l.i
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1. X' Week . Ieleg.it, -no
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to be held
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