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ejrantlng tb> tranKitip priviW'jr to Th- •■-
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of the l mi' -<l Btai - ■•• th. ii
irMvn i duvitifr Itfe
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■ in,. ■ Ki*>-ca by ill- municipality at
EsaOM an<l sj.«.K. ..f th- i it\ ;i^ t;,. cr.i'll.
••f <-i\ Utsmtteß, n.cntiuniiijj aIM- th. o"'*' I
«>f hum..nit> = Tii. (Spanish (Cabinet
•>■ nt ti l'lrnun" t-> p.Mi Hii.l ffiriiaitiir
urging tii...v. gwernoests t" adapt con
■ : •-■ altitudes. Clcrman pov
■*'■"■»"■' oi!i< iais are endeavoring to ar*
jiinc ■ *Qpv*an*dae bitw.-i-n tl). uork
i: •ii anO employer* of tbe boildins
■ a dlapatca nma Qo< bic
■ -t i ' • v \■ : atnest is almnti <•• ?
tain i" t> i[ ':;l>it On < xj">rt <>! iu:'j> V ... m 1
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;«ti(itn • 't -:.. r« c •• i\ •<■ W. v. Bock
tbl AOMfican ATiib.MSKadi.t . ;uid iij>
■. excellesi health. "-~~,^
j'.jnrii.n Ttn-u.sh battaliona base been
i al t" Ntunh. p. Albania. wh*rc ;i ae
rtoua :< v.dt (ivri th' BCO t;ix«s I»:j.<
i«ti •.-• n out.
UOIfESTtC Prwrideat TmtVu
tUm. announce ;tt the White Eiuose,
i ..t t.. \— M lri'liitni'j-.lis on his a|ipt"".i. li
baj wTcaum xtv,>. was attrfbotod to the
>.-•••: talc* n !>\ S'-rw»tMr Bevertdge on tbe
tariff .!!i<l t.. th- platlortn adopted i>> the
:.:i!j.i .--t;<t' . '>l-\ < lit!. 'li. - Th' t:iil
r-f; .our: ••: i i itry <>n the Bromna
\ i! 1 . . OTair reetdeved ■ ravdld
] ■ disc . egzti aotdlt m ol ih<- sSth ltifan
try fji'.ly. z=r, I'n-sidfiit T;ift told a
<•'•;;,. ;i., :i ol vSitnig vt< - l men tram
I. • ■ . • : he .^i'l nut brtleve in
• i '• :■: ■ :. x. Hoffstet, one ->r
pitu>bcrs*fi naoal protuincm men, ku In
• : • . '*»f »aj*fi «'i brfberr; BbbU win-
I ■ baah president and Saaaei Ander
> .:i hooki (••;>< i . appeared in Dooxi and
7 • • baxvea Ln oochh e
«ir<:, arfth tl:' poumilnianj. pi •■ - *■
- Emil Bcidel Milwaukee's newly
♦ 1.-.-t--.; Bocixlint Mayor, iti a r*>aFsurinE
Mala • 'i'l t!icr<- r.«.;jl(J bo :.o B* ••
• rtomisa ■•• ■ 'v attalra.
'!■ , ■• o PveaMenf Bobcti C. «•>?
| «■'• M ■•• .-;s tbe feature ol theopeninc »B«rtoo
<•• • tnimcmh eooSereooe f« rdracation
' ■ South. --vii'ii h<-t«i; at Little Boca
A itJ
i*ITT -• ' ' - V'!.-> <'^;i and strona
inatloa bj i■• * ;»• «:i<J
1 ■ - . ■ • tade ojoods- wa
i. ■!■ • -. v. m .i:..' v', by t. • ! ■ : S* • -
office, s A ■•* • »
■• • ; • ■ en 4 for Ana
■ :p:.! :>:»• UII'IMUCh I ; ; ;■ >t ■ - .
V,a!l fa • j:,c?. — N< v.
;.-_■■ ... > . • • without
• ■ • • <•! V.'i
• .! .- ■ . . ■ ■ :..■•:; I •■■ til
muTflflur. b'-.c;«us«* tba Oacn oj Geo^ral
aslons bad em I i s.^rsinc the
i • ' !n^h v.;>w <Sf>l;brraliry >n Thy <-a^c.
■BE VTEATHSB bOl atfooa Boi ;..-
Any: '*l<'a*-i!i^. Th" t»mpcratur< yc*
t'-rday i; _ • ■• dcgrr<cs; i'..\ost. :,l.
■jj/r tVCOMB IAX Aiii:\ir.;i '/ .
Tl,«* ineomf tr«x aaaendnK-- * to 1I" 1
f'-d'Tal QaßatitUtlou h:t^ ju v t 1 »« -• •r i r.iti
3i<*d by tli« legislature <if Maryland,
the KT»i«e Senate -.laKiac on Muuday ;i
resolution of :; m •:< . .: ; .;,;..! several
v eel.* ayo by The House of I>ele^at<s.
The amendment has im»\\ lieen detinite'y
: eptod by th'--»e -,x tilai'-: — Alabama.
t*outh Carol iv;. nij-inis, OtJanaana, btb>
:■;•! and Maryland. IL. Kentucky
I. "^l> la lute of T.tl't passed two ratilica-
Uen naoantSoßaj bath nf which were
sajjaaaamd tv '■'• «iefiTtlv«- hi form, and a
t'lird was smder e<nnoVii > !"atj(.:i w lien a
>.ti* d:* adjournment BBJ tMk<ii. It
ha*- r**CCatlj 1..-.-;. nilOUnee*!. b".Vev.T.
i!ki! »;ov«tdot W ,i.-on wili fir ward the
wcond resolution Io WasJiin^ton :md lit
iiie BBccetßiy of state nockli f l**^*tT
i; is hVtflDanaQf i-e^u!ar jmi<l li<l.
Only one Btßta l-z -lutnie- that oT
I itjrin^a !mv so fOT Aeflßatßd n ratify
tng Baaavßttani Tne \ .'rpir.:.t iic.i-^ ■■:
OcSegatn lejeet-*! Hi" amendment,
« • • ',«» '■•M.tf vot. J to approve It.
■ pen th- IoW bi'.'.li'-!. of tbß
«•• pgia I>ofrLslatitr<* passed v ratifying
1 .-. .liji: Int : l.c upper bruucli p«««i
j/otn-d it*- <oi:sider. r iti"ii. The C nuc :i
<Ut I.'T, >lati::e r,f ]«*•:♦ nlso .]•■• i.i-il :••
«;--frc urtios. I'otir sf:itp |e^islati:r'-s
::r^ Uf-w hi ai i utan — t!.ose af Masaachu
roith, liLode Inland, New York and New
. « : . i-y — none of which fan &<ied <,p :h<
rusasataaest Ha UotMtton si <;<■-•:
»-iv T^iU meet a^;«ia in .luae and :. • ...
«-:.-il oeaa3on of ti.f> L'luisi.-iMa Legfatat
t:re j<» HJicly to In* called aoou. Ver
n:>:nt'»i I oftiiisliiri a^wmblc* m Ocas
ifT. to Hint by the end of MM arae
-allj one-chirrl of tb* btat«* "ill l;nve
.tad on efu*)!- to paao aaj the
aUMOdnieiit and its rharers rf .-ipproTdi
w:!l have b«rn fairly tesied.
An afHriuaUve r<,it i It six- - |»o«siMy by
BBoajn*-Httstta, *Aith a negative rote bi
**nly «>rj««. inrii* rtr - n pshntautlal pop«j
. W • • b*'lH'Jd tlie «iucilda<ei)t. ft
-
;::in in OYtfCOßfl ■ formidable Inertia.
BSHOB it BUUA <-nri\ l»eth l"-;'ni'hr>s of H,.
legWl« • m tbrae^tooxtha of the
stales, b-.n it baa m Ita •■,■■■■ ibe fad
that each rtctorj it zuu>-.' is oaal, ii:;-*
c. . h ,!«'ie;it may li; v re].air«»il on subse
quent tii:i!-. -The UrtaaaMal Nous
l/jiiicr." edinmettting tbe othei day «■>'.!
arlait v.c !i. :d r;iui ah<i\\\ the po<^;'i:liiv
<i reviewing tha effort to ratify m ti;c
ii«»xi Vinri'.a I,.'^>lrnn;e. jmt a a roan
conatrnction on our aaacrtton lit in
tlie opinw-ii of many persons hii aniend
cstsA i r.;>."-^i by Cengnaa limirs
.: - "u;iiiii ; 'ii-.l btisSnesß from one session
*'i<> anotbcr :md imti Le aflorl SB ns BMg
"a^ tii^ papera to Ebe caae remam ;.i; .i the
•'l«»-s«'r>;o:i , f ;hc st;iti«." Our Ulch
r «'i:<! «o;:'.ei:!j»oraty BOCBOei 09 <>f bohV
Ing thai U ■ spe [flc reaotation defeated
ta one legfaSatnre <•' <i\er to the next
cgidatarc. <»r <■!..;!•.-<•. .-til btnlnm bed
Dttflsfadnd when ■ legidatnre adjooma
i ' < < bi dead. i»i! tha BBaSßdßßeal
Bcbmttted t.i the state aathorttJea by
: ('nr.^-ess rcmatm In i!i"ir coat) dy and <
bcw legUatsre, if \\ earea t<>. ran pn«s
;• ratJfjrtng reaolatlon of Itm ovrn, re
rardless of 111.- ne^r.iive ji.-tion «)f it<
predeceaaor. Tbe \. - Leader** atao
nccanta ttii< view when it aaya: ■< ft
•< "lii-s,-. the Pad thai one legislature
"may rvj«vt tb<» amendment does ii"
"preveat a - ■"[','• „' k _'';-1.-'tnr from
"ratjfjrmg H^hai it anal bathe complete
"::ct ,ef COB le^-vl ;I ti!re "
ii<w long • — such ;ni opportunity
lo reconsider negative action ls.*t '■ 1 »is
1 «iissins th.it jHtiiil. »!:<• t-min.-ut coitvti
tntional wriic: Dr. If yon Bond says
In Ms nmaojenph. "Tbe Oonatltutional
Law of the United State***:
Tiio Oaaatitotloa f-;i> n.itii;;.^ at t.«
an ohii-j ;; *i . n the part ol the atatea to
cook to any pTwlutrtflti atwwit ;t propoaod
unendafni ta pnettoe it baa been de
cided th.it th'f.- :- ii«i sni i; obUgatkm.
4crordmg to liv ron Bolat*a view.
therefore, ■ atate'i ti^iu to approve 99
ainejidment after having rejected it ta
mbjerl ii» no other Innttaitiotta than
those :i.<--i-ii by ils own sense of pro
[>ri<-ty and <■■ tt\enicni-e.
/7 1: 1 /\i \ 1 i.n EBTIOSB
Mayor Gaynore peraonal pveaUga-
Han <*f «i>.- Bailee plekrting ijatem dM
, u^*] [«sir«4aaa a en a atch for months
<ver vacant premiaei thai were one'
«!i«.ni''tiy. Home af the ufUcera were
<; : in ; > i - 1 — <nit |« the <-:i*y bertha, bay-
: ;i^' atovea for ammtth la the long win
tet nlgbu n«i\\. arhrther we accept
Mayor Gaynor*a pOßttion when on the
bench, that there should Ih> ii" such
pi<i.«'titi£: of iiic-.-ii maiwita. ••:• thai of
Knae other Judge, thai Much picketing ia
leßal and proper, the detjdUng of police
1 ••!! to watch premises |«»ns scant
wben atrtiena «.i the . ity .-ire made
• ni;ii<i\ uutksed raqnbci .■ \ ■ J : m : 1 1 • « > 1 1 .
The Ifayor nii^iii ptnfital4y inquin*.
v inn be ■ fully hiformed . f tbe rartooa
maea <>r jii. iiiu: mi ••< < 1 . 1 •i • 1 boaaen,
a bat parpoae ailualnl the i»oii k -«« eap
\.\',n< who deiaihni their men to th'
rnprofitnhle t.isk A captain is BUppOßed
under the rulea to bo about hi* pre
cinct at certain Intervala it. order to in
1 mi bhnaetf peraonalrj t< i».^
Bfate ••: law enforcement therein. II
the raptatna involved did bo 4 know that
lonjaof their tuen were detailed to watch
vacant prctuiKes. «re they fir to „o a
<-.»inrn;U'(i of preencta? It tlioy did
kBOW that some of thrir nun ier. ttmi
■i. Tiiiie.i. are they BI to be in command
tit predncta?
1/// v H hi < s \i>i i;nu v r.
The He<"fi..ti ..( :i Bodaltt4 .M.iyor.
baefced up !•; Bocialh4 munfc [pa : coun
eilv. in Milujiukc*-. will aware soase in
tCJ*eatmg pOJIHPOI aratation ]t ls
well enongh for BocmUat ihiates to
apond the lime before election tetDng the
people ahoul the wonderful thing! which
•111 bappen if the BodalM parly is
rlrtjMiana. Kut aad hi the fate of
the candidate arbo, having made all
t!i" prirjrtinix promises compressed into
Socialist canipai^n liieratu-e, iv called
U|Mlll to tedeeni them In posteiec<
ti-.ii perfoiiiiiincea. The new adndniatra
tion in Milwaukee in pledged to wfurf,
among oilier lhins«. i|jeji|H«r cas. coal
and wood through the operation of ma-
Bddpßl plat leeal stn«<Mcar fares.
cheaper bread, penny i:mehe«. work for
the nnemp ayed al union aragea Bad free
ur- o* citj water for widows •BO do
was!iin? ta lapporl f.-nuilies.
The BodalM adsdnistratian v. i'; there
Dare bave :. chance to *—ra?mtrate bow
1 BBrta of public enrfaea can be made
tfeemper to the puhac Ithoul Usf i>uii
!i •> haling to pay the difference be
■ Mie lowered iui« c and the rcii
enat I: the rarmpboed are i'» be act to
worl Bl union WOgea «lo:ii}? thinps for
which there ta as natoral domand, the
teat "i tbe rommiiulty must foot that
extra bfIL It is »"t|rTrMT> for 1 dty gov
atiujjeul t<« rahas and apend more money
wi11... taking It o t: t ,r the p.>.-:
the tery people for • B«e b-neiit the
added expendltnrea nre supposed to be
made. The coal of aocmßatie . dsalnistra
ii"!i as wei; «w „f anr «ith**r aorl of ad
nrtntatratlon hi borne by the maaaei of
the community ; for iln'y it torn to the
IM-11111.. payera of t;ms, .orporate or
todlvtaaal, ■ lame port of what thoaa
iiieiniedbries surrender t., Hi*, city
treoaary.
that aaaer the
■ ■
1: .: the 80
-
ako a ill soon lad that H
11111^! aiansa the * . j.,, their
m< nt 1 tisnaan eaa
■"

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■"!|<><l wa
1 hiiri the
bouat-
//// SOVTB UtEBWAMSiTt MOW.
Any war. Bnyebue, .it any tune,
may be regarded x\iih regret, hot a war
at the present tiuJO betueen Peru and
:<r m irifiMi.-s would be peculiarly inon-
: ■■ fsne and aeptaralde. Peru hmnfff f,
-- ■• period of mgntrlal ami
oommercbl pnitpeiMji arhfch ou^ht not
to be tnterropted or dhttnrbed. ffniHrw
is eonttttumg »«u 'rytißßt oepartment
nf last ye;,-- htternatlonal 1 i-i«|. v
«rhkh Bfae araald lite to bate many
fKtOnj attetxi. Cloiiib:i f. about t";
have i« national coDventloa for the re*
risJou of her eonatttutian. cjiiji |. a ,
tbhi week put mto Berries tbe great
r.'ilir, tni.tn I tlir<;llj;li the Andes ro'l
yMnj * ' rjl li r.it'i Ar^cnl ma, and in
Beptnsber nexl will open an interim*
lioliJil rxpo.-iij!,]! in ccMnmtion «if ih*
i.tMtrnaiy ».i bar halepenaeace And all
will iiuiti» an .I'iiy :■ ill tha fourth Pan*
Aiiieri":wj •'riJlL'n' - It V. i,!i!<l bo I.Hjj
rntnhhi in<i<*e'i f(If (I have all tlr v,. iiiin^i

Oercdnty there i" do tdeotiata coim
ffi ;i urar, <1 no eyuse arhjefa COB not
\r\r-voKK " d.wm tribune, thubsday, afbil r. i»o. ,
: lid slwnld net be disposed of Other*
wtae. The root of tha whole trouble I!.-**
between IVni nml Chill in their rival
claims to the rich provinces of Taen.j
and Ariea. Those claims date back
many yeara, to the Treaty of Aneou, or
October "JO. ISS.I. Which ended the last
v.::r between the two countries, That
treaty provided Unit CbJH ihoald .10
cupy ami govern tha ptwtaneei until a
protocol rouM ha arranged and under ii
a plebiscite of the provinces coUld be
held to deter aaine whether they should
be r< furnc^ to Peru or permanently held
by chili, it ana assuredly Intended it
that tim» thai the piebiscite abouid h
held Urns before the passing of the near
ly twenty aeveo years which have now
empaed Bhice thai treat/ was made, and
Without incurring the reproach of par-
Uallty ii may be sahl that Chill hi
er;;lly rc-nrde<l as chic-fly responsible
for file ddaj .
The present strainins or relations
r'r.tse over the thUHhej in lli^ two
provinces. The iTillhin government
Undertook to equip them all With Chil
ian priests, but the Peruvian Bishop of
■.;■ ■■<|Mi|»n. in whose diocese the pro**
mcea lie. refused ••» sanction tlieir ap
pointrrejit and instead retained the
IVruvia!! priests in their places. These
latter were ordered by flic Chilian poT
i mmeni to -.*ll>tlli. * 1 1 > t 1 1 i themaelvfi to if and
i" apply to ii for licenses to eaterche
tlieir priestly fiin< tiotis. and on their
refusal ?<> <Ju ao they wens ordered i >
nuit the country. Thereupon Peru with
drew her Brinister from Chili, and other
tncidenti of I provoking character fol
hfWed, until now Pern i» at the verge
of war With Chili. EctfitdOT and Colotn-
Mi.i. it i- an unfortunate and diacred
i;.ii. ■•• situation, due chiefly, we must be
lieve, to a reprehensible failure to ful
fil i!:<> plain terms and mandates of the
treaty of nearly twenty seven yeara Bgo>
1 FAULTY /; ALLOT.
The defeat "i the Ward lialloi bill in
the Assembly need not cause any |MtUcu
'.i •■ regret. The Mil sought to y>ut an end
to iii< ¥ duplicatioa of maim that ocean
> ii the present ballot and yet provide for
straight ticket voting, it accomplished
the fanner purpose bj grouping the can
didate* net according t>> parties but un
der th" <iHj«-es. for wlii'-!i they were nom
inated, .is in Hie Maßsachusetta i>;iiii>t.
;m<i the latter purpose by »iiT»itirr party
emblems and rlrrtea for straight voting
aim by themselves on another pan of the
ballot. The result of the change would
probably have been to enroorage snintel
laaeat and Iminatlng voting. !"n
<i<-r the prewrul system when :< voter puts
in*, mark in the circle at the head of the
<-„m um be .mi least baa the names of the
eandldatea for whom be votea under iiis
eyea, if the Ward bill bad become a
law lie would not have bad them there,
i.iit could bare found them only by tak
ing linn t,. look all over the ballot
Thin <('i'--tion «-f straight ticket or
Individual voting probably cannot be
-■"i\..| spurt from the reform thai iia*
come to be called ihe "short ballot,*
arttich aims an to reduce the number of
elective ofßcea that no one will seriously
objed to VOting separately for candi
d.-itcs; to till each of them. So long .-is
there are as many unimportant ptacea to
i«- till' 1 "! ii popular VOte as. there :ire
bow. the public will probably insist upon
an i-;i-\ way «.f performing ■ perfunctory
task by voting for all the candidates on
a ticket at once.
A UAWB RIGHT TO HIMSELF.
Aim. flier fjmtifytas rladlcatloii of m
• .hi- ri^iit to iiis own Indhridaal pet
■otmlilj baa just beta wcowlwl in this
<iiy in .i ii.-«i-i..ii I.v .lusficc Guy In ili<
sail of Mr. •MjhU" Blnna **tf a — t a irni
BTfaktl iii:inul;ict tiros ap|Mrartn for DOT
log pictures. Mr. Bfams vraa i^ ( . open
tor <>f tise wtreleu tefefxapfa nachine '»;i
the teamer Republic, whose "C Q D,"
Hash*"*! cross: (he ■tormwiepl ocean,
cmnmomd :ii«l .iu>t to tho nick «•! time,
After iii^ liin' achievement he- could
dntibtlefsj have reaped mne profit bjrex
hlhitinc hllllMlf pubUcljr, hut be chore
not to do no. The linn in question, how
ever, conceived the enterprltrfag idea of
mannfactorlng Blma for saoring pictured,
representing him in the act of sending
Ilio appeal for help, the rescue of the
■hip'a conipaiijr and other scenes In iii»
Marine drama of wltich lie- w:ts til** cen
tre. These were, of course, ■.rtifkiallj
prepared, boom other person, M made op"
t-> rfafmblu Mr. Binna, posing in hi-j
pfaire.
it ;<s cotuplaiued thai lojustice v.a.s
thus done to Mr. Binna la repreaenUfig
bin aa exhibiting bimaelf ii » iraj which
bo bad refuaed to do, and la forMlalHin
and preventing him from making the
profits which he might have made hj an
actual exhibition of himself bad he ao
elected, and it waa Baked that an mjunc-
Uoo be baaed againsi farther exhibition
Of the pictures :ni(j that iiidfuinity be
awarded »<• Mr. Bfama for the injuries
wiii.h jio bad sustained. The court
granted the injunction, and remitted to ■•
juir tbeqautlon ofdamagea, The sound
principle waa thna afßrmed thai ■ aaan
baa a riplit to ins own person for pur
poses of public exhibition or repreßentit
lion.
An lutereatlng l itr'i* Tvn> laddentall]
Jhrown DDOB the wajl and means of the
production "f POfUlg pictures. If is
probable Hum a considerable number <>f
the acenea v. iii<-!, ;irn exhibited as photo-
BTmphs from life are In fact photographs
of si»e.-i:iiiy arranged potting and acting,
f«» raprcati aemaj an which no photog
rapher '-..-, bad a chance to train bin
teaa, and thai those purporting t.. p.,r
fr:ty promim d) ] vsnnn oft( . illy dU
i-i.-iy nothing more* than cleverly made
up Inttwraonaton or dommiea. There
in. iy bo no barm done in the spiny or
ni'.\ iij- ptctarea noi of real acenea bul
of theatrical reproduction or LmltatJana
of "'■ ■ leenea, but :i man whose name
and repotarioß are of ralue to Mm is.
wrii entitled to object to being thna hi
peraoiuted and exhibited witnool iii-i
conaenl and in i way arhlcfa i, offensive
!u him.
Vi ir STEAMSHIP PIERS.
"'" migrithin BHbia to tii<- Hajror hv
:i «omn.!i;ic rf Urn ?.I-n-hartls' Ajamda
«:< M Ural M !i;!i<« nf til" iiionoy wlij.-h it
i- propuaeil to devote to new aainraj-s
be raeenod (tor new Bteatuabip pi«>rs :»•
li-r-. <-x|ir<--.-.-s a reasonable regard I ■■:
i j '<• r.-.,iiir. '"•• ■•:- \V]]»th»T the ci
P«-i,s.. of « bructlng pjen ihoald be
bj rrrtorioj ii<« oppropriatjooj ror
! a quetfJua on v. hi b Urn a
bj nn \<. i g ■ dlfEenaee of opinion, bat
tftoee arbo are familiar ajrftta the accda
ot i?.- shifi Ing Intern is will agree thai
the preaeni lolrtaeata an i>.-irriy rod
■Jsd ihii ptannfng lor Hi- future can
begin to«i Boon.
Js.\ UJOMOCM «-i> ■!!,„, of tin) „,,.,] |,.,|
Cbetea improvement Dine ■abetanUal
|«il r.S IiHVO !►♦•«•!) J!<<i|.-,1 f» those .i Va 1 1;, |.| ( .
f "' targe rrncli \ iNitin^; the port \, i
thf} 1r.v.0 niij.-h f-> bi «!''.-ir.(J. TwJen us
4;r«-;u .i Master, of Urn b , MOO m an) ,
similar construction, could bo u^d to nd
vniu-npo. Even If tho steamships built In
the next ton years are to be ■ I M?>Trr
Uian iho larpp^t of those now in tan
transatlantic w?rvlce more «ill demand
suitahie aiissamnflallons Tho Chelsea
piers nre not only longer than tho jrreat
majority but more widely spaced. More
room than was once es«rntii>l must bo al
lowed to permit two big ocean freight car
riers to He on opposite sides of tho Fame
slip atul to nlTord easy access to them
by coal bar?r«. Usually radical must bs
the chance from the old design when the
next new piers are built.
EXAMPLES OF ITS AM.
The f:)c«s- brOUfnt out by Senator
Davenport at the btaihuj on direct pri
maries centirm the frencral belief as to
the attitude of the Phillips com
mittee in its investigations' of this BUb-
Ject. The cominltieo was made up wholly
of legislators who were tirm Opponetttl
of the reform and ebOOB counsel who
was of the mi mo opinion. The bias of
the inrpiiry was obvious from the first,
but the letter of Secretary Treat*, of Wis
consin. ie;;ini; how the committee neg
lected to avail Itself of lie statistical
mailer which the Wisconsin Itureau of
Statistic* had upon the subject, after its
counsel had learned that the statistics
revealed the emptiness of many of the
Objections raised against the Wisconsin
law, shows how extreme was the parti
sanship of the Investigation.
The committee went out with its mind
made Up and .-nine back with its mind
unshaken, having taken pains appar
ently to avoid some evidence, at least,
that Ought have tended to disturb its
pinion. Its attitude was so well known
that its report; procured nt no slijrbt ex
pense to the state. has had no percep
tible Influence on public opinion.
ChK-aco baa ejected a Democratic
Board of Aldermen, "Bath House" John
CoughJla and the Other leaders of "the
Bnterrined*' having been returned by
flattering majorities. Merit of th^
"Bath House*' John order doesn't go un
bonored on the Michigan lake front,
however it may suffer from the strfai
gendea r.f a falttng market la the terri
tory between the Battery and 11th
street. Westward the hot*** and sym
pathies of many of our local ornaments
of JcfTcrsnr.ianism take their way. New
Ynri Qajnottatii makes Chicago Cough-
Hnlaed look to them like a Coney I.'land
or a Mount Clemens.
air. Bryan Is about to cot ho m p after
atiotiirr edtacatfonal trip abroad. Where
an the srrri^-1 lr. ;)( lrrM of the rojme
natincr Democracy who o-.icht t<» have
made arrangementa to meet trim down
the bajr? Colone* Wattersea should
again arise to a crucial occasion and
call for i<h./nmi votontoera.
I .-^fo. ar Atlanta baa resi^ n »»tj Ma
■ in disgust because two af his
as advertised that they would eu
pwe mi .-, prtseflgM m th« fhunli n-- .i
prelndc to the aer vices, hi* tosßu*aatJon
not i. fins- Baonfiled by th^ir suboaquent
e»pm nation that they never mnaal t.,
fiplit an<l hiiii n:a«ie the aimouiiremrnt
to .fr;<w h crr>w;i. If really mat
terrd litijr whether they meant to fight
or not A If-respecUng aahuster has
no !>!isirr. S p | n a church r> hish has such

Germany has brrn slow to lecoßtiizo
the \irturs of the aeroplane, but Major
"•" n PoraevaTa latest production indi
< ate* an awakening:.
Nobody win particularly cere bow
many colors of the rainbow :>rr r«»pre
sented hi the proposed mejgei of the
taxicab companies, provided thor<? Is no
increase in rate*.
The ruling aß;unst the In r^ased al
lowano for the Brooklyn drydock No. i,
made While the naval appropriation bill
v. an under consideration In th« Roobe,
may have been technically correct, but
it* practical consequences threaten to
be serious. It is to be hoped that the
Benata will p. c its way clear to make the
no. rssary provision for that dock and
others wtitch are sorely needed. It is
fooUsb to authorise the construe of
war veasehi which cannoi he rrr>alrc<i.
If - '■ " ir Barnard hints, iiui
ley's comet la planning to ; sxle out be
fore be oming vlstbla to the nako^ eye,
il i« rniity ..f a low down game.
TBB TALK nr TEE D\Y.
A man i.=- jost as oM as M k>od vaaaalaj
according to Dr. A. A. <> SHU, of Chicago,
no matter how old or roans ho ;■..,;_ i> !
" '° i;! was eaDad In a i«uit brought by
iiHrs of Fraderlck Behram to annul the
!;itt«i!« niaillaca to Bltaaoetl| i"rit 7 ., to
■ .hat St iir:tr:t • a.-, of unsound inn.l
k. the time, of the nmrriaK*. Ho tfsti:ic .1
that condition of (lie. Mood vaasala of ■
man forty jraan eU might nako htm older
than o ie of *-i ht>. Bchraai was eight} -
fi>ur at the tlm* ht rr!nrrip.J Miss Frits, a
■arrant in ins household.
DT TOtTBB IiOOKIN' oi:t rKR
TROUBUC
if voa'ra tookln' otrt fee trouble
ICf It'll all yo 1 jo. ; ,nd prirl^. '
lander .-..M . a liahtnln' Hush—
Stra.<ldlo It ;in' llde!
Bui n>n .)•■ ngntnin' throws you
An" lavs you on de shelf
>■■ .in-..- ii on ,!,- oV jrorl*—
You'll n, \ ■ ; blamn jro'aatf!
- Atlanta • 'on.stltution.
■Mv Rood; apeak for tbanaelva •
"What fir* yon srlliTu;?"
Graphoph •!.<>••
- Laoiavina rmnlai JoujuaL
Referring to the recant visit of Urn r.r
man ChaneaOor to RoaM, ■ writer hi "Tho
Tribune," af thai dty, racalhi aanta f;(i |-
Bonaaeted artth tba \t.sit »-» th. rrtomal
CHy or Hothmann-llollwrs-a grandtathrr
aaarly a baadrafl reai ago "atortni a - u
aost Betbmann-HWlwca *«a aavaotaan
y.;,rs oM arbaa Im aad Ma brother, Phtttp,
ioni< teara <it their mother, the widow of a
banker in Kranki la hr^j,, theii traveli
with a "•••■•■ '<■< December the jroaagev
brothci died a: nereaca, and « fl s hurled i;i
iho. BnalJsn eenetery •' Uvorno, and
Morlta and Ma tutor p.-.., ,.. ,!.., t0 , t( ,,. l(
arhere t;,> nrmalned antll May. While
than the yoong traveller flatted tiie RtodJa
ol ThOTVAldaeti, to waon b« ays an order
i.»r three baaa-reUefa, t.> be placed at the
grave <»f bb brother. Th« Phknaa of bia
<!ay eaocoted n..^ erdct u).<i reeeivad rot
bia work, a^ pat contract, a sum equal to
about Jtfi'j."
■'Muf» yottr orift found ■ aoaaa v.t •••
' ••" ■"• ••• we've moved ao i.ii In
'■" '"' Ir W Ond a plu<-o with X.in,. |m.
provement thai ire haven't had at ore Uon
n another." Detroit 9tm Prau
a belated April root •■■• "i" 1 of th.> kind
abJeh nakea t i.^s perpetrator •UglbM to
neaaberahtp la the cap and belli Crater
nil came r, b K i,\ yoateraay. At. Baal
Bide marchanl whosa baslnaai hi princl
jiaiiy with venders received a call from ■
customer, who began ronwaiaalluu by .^u>
inti Uial be wished te pay hi:, bin, The
imrrha-it waa ■ ■•: rl ■■!. 1,. „ '„ |„. | „,
reoelvad a vttr, aevoral «ia 5a before tron
an imknowa correspoodenl stattng , ■
-Mi. Blank hud -in!, away." In mil ,„,
tiirj part of ibe nun hum bad bora tn
and until th« au preacnttd uinucir he
thought that he. had lost a customer and
money. The pedler had really been In Buf
falo, and had never thought of absconding.
The merchant, who told the story In a
rcsta.imnt In th© dry*ood» district, said:
"Should Jt bo that I knew It was fools'
day I v.ouldn't believed the report. (>ur
people, they not only learn It the language,
but the. foolishness of the country yet be-
BMNH"
Miss Thynn-I saw Jack put his arm
around you.
Mi.-? Plumleigh— You didn't, either.
Miss Thynn— then, as far around
as he could get It.— Boston Transcript.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR.
WHITMAN AND PAINE NEXT.
To the Editor of The Tribune.
.Sir: Your editorial of this morning rela
tive to Urn Hall of Fame deserves thought
ful reading. It Is assuredly difficult to de
tcrmii"? with exactitude the relative de
grees of Importance belonging to th« many
names of which Americans are Justly proud.
By our personal affiliations we are led to
hasty partisanships, which fail to recognize
; the large* view. On UM who!", the com
mittee di'?.?rves commendation' rather than
detraction, and the clamor over the ad
mission of some flew nrtmes, to the exclu
sion of others deemed more worthy by
soino of i. \ i.v- v/e!l be suffered to die
away. As.-umine:. then, that former de
eMsjM ■ i" proper!;.' stan-l approved. It I"
most durable that r frar.k dl«. ussion over
the raspactfva merits of the names not in
'■ chid'- J therein sh<itild be carried on with a.
I view to calli-ig the Rtt«r>tion of UM com
; mitte.. to all possible consld»»rationa> So
' far the only public controversy seems to be
| that which centres around the name of Poo. |
i It hi haH to pee why this discussion should ;
! partalM of t!ie acrimonious. Id tlie d°a<l
i Qiuuiajta bury 'heir dead: UM last few i
, years have prea'iy HiajßSUMOai the l:old
of I*o*» on UM reading public and ended i
I mh-'i !in.£;orinjr jtidi'^s a.-i prevailed for j
fume tlr>i<-. The friend." of Poe need not i
baeOOM violent; his expired literary p<)>i- ]
I lion is now so thoroughly established tl at ■
I then? ran be little, doubt that he will re- j
ceive the meed of honor which scarcely any j
i lover of American literature will deny to ,
, be his due. l^>t it bl M accepted, and M ,
1 the unprofitable dispute, over its tardiness !
or timeline** fort wit ii pease.
While it may probably be assumed that ■
J'oc will this time laccjn justice, there are :
two pr^at niini.'.-i vhi'h are less certain to i
l.» fitly honored. The conservative tendency
of thi* committee, it is feared, will cause j
i! t.. l,*> restrained I>\ certain Bfajßfleai
from givlnaj places in the Hall of Fame t"
Thomas Paine and Walt Whitman, al
tl.-iii-rli th^ir claims rank far above n»;tily (
any others not already in the place of I
honor. Whitman, as th* most truly Ameri- f
can of our major paste a, pion<=f r of pi" ,
necrs. the \ery vol.-r of dciiioerat-y itself, |
the meal original fJTllfilt of our land, can
as lnncer kS omitt»'l wttbOVt largely nulli- j
f> injf the rrprrs^ntative character of Urn
Hail of I'amf. Ai la Painf, Dal one/ name
in the department allotted Is Csvclsja-asva .
I'ltllflll passes iii'n In (TllfhlTt* worth or in
the mightiness of services rendered to tiio
land >>f his aflojition. His v.-rk Ist Arncri
• ail Independence yields not Is Importance |
to that af Washington himself; mid bC !
more than any otli*r one nun, laid broad f
.:nd deep the foundations of our democratic ;
Republic A' UaakCT, author, inventor,!
•tatCSßßan, lojra] servant of Hberty. h» is i
outratiked l>y none. It i- a sad com- :
mentary on our gratitude and on out infili
pjeaes thai an Infantile and nihamele^s big- ■
otry Should, in the twentieth century, in- i
yoke roca a trifling matter of personal [
opinion as a, DMfl rrWgIDBJI heterodoxy t<> j
overbalance a long train of the most dH- i
tim,-iii^;.ni public benefactions. And yet we i
boast of our righteous abhorrence af UM :
viciou« srinctpM of a union of Caarca and'
State! I.'^t tin hope that ttM committee will ;
be sufficiently seasMts of it." duty to psaCfl ■
bistortc vsJoai aba** credal r'ejudi'"e3 ;
and ta give #> the author-hero of the Amerl- ,
Can Revolution' the h"iior which i? long |
since overdue.
JAMES F MORTON. JR.
Xr W - v^rK. April *. BM
A WORD OF THANKS.
To the editor of Th- Tribune.
Sir: I thank you for your editorial Him
morning cntited "Subway Oaasaalltlsa ."
A;: . -ently the old order Is about to
Chang*. I"Ki:i>Kßl< X VAN WTCK.
New Yo;k. April 6. 1010.
OFFICERS' RETIREMENT BILL.
To the. K.iitor of The Trfaaae
sit 'Ibeia is lade of understanding :t.i
to the. present efforts to secure the aaaeft
ment of a bill lookins to the retirt-nietit of
the "'iivi-. officers of tlie Civil "War an i
the ground upon which action is sougnt.
Many think the oflie.-rs are now p*n*lonej
as offlcers nrd the enlisted m»n as a dif
ferent eJaas, bat then has nev«:r been a
Una of legislation in behalf of the \olu:i
terr oflieers of the war of IS6I-'«>". ; and
now, iis ana <>f ; .i>';r tui rtsyoadsats writp^,
"coirics Urn officors" retirement bill."
Now, it It be understood that UM asaV
eers arc not asking for pensions tor them
selves; They i,:iv. BSkN and worked for
BDCb for th« enlisted men, and have re-
Jofoad with them In every advance the so\
ernnent has Bjradi In tlieir favor, until now"
they are getting ?;jore in pensions than they
received in wases durins th^ir active sc.
\ii-f
What -" osac irt asking is that the
prom;s>.3 niatie by fttttitsA Lincoln and
( 'on^ress w lieu tiie i-;!!! t\iiS is^ue.i for voi-
UUtaCIl V.'h'n the army of Urn til r.as «>r
s^uUsai shall at tats lats fiat- J»« r-
• i ■ a adL It a-= then ;irnmi.icii that tiio
roltniteen should l>e tnatad ;-i ail respretj
U tie .soldiers of the regular .rur.
Tata promise was saas) it; aaai fall an.i
accepted so by th© governors of tho rev
en! states; bn' until aa«j UM ttIBDBMBI <•'
it has never been pressed, which. It may
be. Is Urn reason it baa !>-» :i aIIOW "»'.i to li?
unfulnl : Tha provision* of th" Waraei
Tawnaaßd bin now pending ao-ord with Urn
;.!ed-- made at Urn tun- of tiie rnllstmcnt
of the volunteer.-.
'i he .stimatefi co«; of thi.-s measure i
■Otna $14.000.n0'>. but tha surrender <>f j«-r.
bions now babjaj T'ii'l to tbeSS men will
I'.duie tie amount awtrrially |a le^-.n
with, and eaeli year . after it will nat
ural!; baoOBM MiiaHi-r «v account i• :
deutlis. In about ten \ *ars. • .-tine to
expectancy, the roll of these n:en of honor
artu be om o* raJatcajeß;
1 "i." bill limUes tl;r bBSSI of na>ment that
of the iriitiat ■( of a captain. No aflb> I
m!»m\«- t!u»t ra:i! cm luive iuyr^ than tlirrt
foutliis the pu. Ol ■ r.-ipiAin. wal ■ ||i,,5.
«>f lover r.ink cm :«"•> one-half pay
ot tii* rank penally eld.
Thta i.iii i' ti^ aabodtnttti of iat beat
friiturea af ah ii • —v. ral bUai "ii the ajBB»
li " i ■'•' pantaai r-'\\ betas eenaMcrad i.v
tii- rquwnittew ... boUi i:t>u •■ ; al Caoajnaa,
.in. is tl.onglil ta l>e laajMaNMß Irt i: < p:o
. l«l«mi .and hanpmbM a* v.-ii.
a. w. MrKIQHT
Late of »•,> f{, mi, | >3 . ! n Vet V(| , Im ,
New fork. April ;, j..i».
PROFESSORS AS SENATORS.
I'rom The ROOM S.-nnurl
ttalph W. Thomas, profeaor o* oratory
at < olcate Ualvanlty, i- Ilk.-!' i.. bo the
Im publican nomtoc* io ■accaad \nd i us the
Senatorial representative ot a *troi !{«•
publican <ii>tii. i. Hamilton ••i.iime. th*.
other nearby loatttutton ol hfajnti loarntni,
bu mm of ii. i laatfuctoia n tba statM
seiiui* Profcaaor Davenpori KUhu itoot
I" v Hamilton man; m i Vtoa-PraaMaot
St.. .!..., . „. 1. BupertntendMM „f lns-.:r
anec flotchktaa; so ii Baoatot «;ritntb. who
V '"»-'* •"* "••• i |l "'c of tha lata Senator
Raines; .la Benator Heacock, of Urn liar
klmor district. Tbera air vajra for a col-
Wf« to aiß glory other than in athletics.
WHAT DOCTORS DIE FROM
Paris oarraspoodaacc TtM LaasMa «:ioi>o.
S.>nif> lnt< ii sting PtaUaUei ure !lh.Nl
'"'■< KhOWtofl "the .ll.se.i •*.•!. w f, !( ■;, doctor*
•lie. fio 1 rorty-four n»» 'ent. i; appears,
Ola rrom i -an affection . •_■'» p< r < mi from
ii.rw.ii i iilsonlei '!" P« •■ cent from the
drug luUiil and .•p» r c«nl from tMbercu
li'sls.
People and Social Incidents
AT THE WHITE HOUSE.
[From The Trlbun- Bureau !
Washington. April <s.— The President made
1 known to-day that It touM b* lmpf>**lbl*
| for him to be In Indianapolis on May 5.
This afternoon several telegram* urs
ine the President to reconsider SJSBU re
ceived at the White Hou.«*. One was from
ex-Vtc»-Pre.sld*nt Fairbanks and another
i from the Indianapolis Hoard of Trade, the
Commercial club, the' Columbia Club and
the Marion Club. Mr. Taft has not yet
replied.
A delegation of fifty busine** men from
Bethlehem railed at the Executive offices
to protest against the reported boycott by
the government against the ' Bethlehem
St^cl Works because of allseed Inferior
, quality of work turned out. Thai report in
; being circulated. It in said. by the strikers.
who are using every available means to i
keep the Bethlehem Steel "Works from ob- j
taining any more government contracts. :
H. J. Meyers, who headed the delegation, j
made a epeech and then handed to the ;
I*resident a set of resolutions adopted by a j
large number of business men of Betlil'*- i
hem. Mr. Taft replied with a brief wpeecrh.
The Attorney General, the Secretary of
the Treasury and Winfred T. I>enni;<on :
discussed the New York sur<-eyorsh:p with '
t!io FTf^iderst. No decision was reached.
Representative Goldfoari< is urging *th» !
appointment of I.ouia Marshall, •' New '
York, for the vacancy on tha Supreme !
Court bench. Represrr.tath r Anthony!
called ii the interest of Judge William •'. !
Hook, of the Bth draft -rrho has the «o!i,i '
kin>r of t!,e Kansas Congressional dele
gation. Representatives Nye and Millar, of
Minnesota. r^conim«»n«led th»> appointment
of Judg» Walter If a'anborn. a".*') of the Bth
Circuit.
Among th« Presidents callers were th#
Postmaster GesMral the Secretary of Shi
Navy. Senators Krande«ree. Pa^«^ and Jon*?,
Representatives Alexander. Rrowiil. -x Bur
■Hßj Botltr, CaWBSBj «'lin». Dawson. of
Icwa; Foster, of Vermont; <;ranr, Hlnshaw,
Ifay.-. aTaujlsßright. Jamison. Kendall,
Kennedy. McKir.lav. of California. More
h»»ad, O'Conn^ll. Pickftt. Palmer. Roberts,
Simmons, Smitii, of lows LeaMßaaaaaaar,
Townsond, r.;if;;i «;oo<l. Ilaugen and F!d
ward?. of Qsavajte; ex-Representative Ifo\
burn, Cardinal «;ibhon3 and Father Daush
erty. of the Catholic rniver.xJty.
The President attended the Bnai B'rith
dinner at the Arlington to-nißhf.
THE CABINET.
(From Th- Tnh-;:i«. ;-,., , 1
iingtoti. April 1 Wl« Ma.'\v H rh.
Mrs. Dickinson. Mr*. Wiok-rMiani and Mr.-.
Balliriger were, each at home informally to
visitors tins iftnaoM Astistlric Mrs.
Wtrkrrsham «M her ilausrhr^r. Mr« Allrrt
Aik^n. who Is her house guest.
THE DIPLOMATIC CORPS.
tr><-.i.i Th- Trib-ine Bureau i
WafhinKton. April S.-The rogation of
Switzerland presented a gay seer»» this
•••alßg, when the- minister and Mme. Rit
ter. Moisted by 11-nri Martin, set-retarr
of th» legation, ra«s|«a<l th« sjtaaMai arid
members of the Swis.? Benevolent Society.
Kverywh^r- were the flag' Of Switzerland
and th* an of this country, ah W^D M
a profusion of ,-=pr*ng Rowers. Mmc Rit
ter wore, in i»itm, ing. a gown of pal*- era-.
satin and p*>ari ornament.". The r^>*|.}Knt
of the society rp;id his annual report, an.)
tli- minister delivered an address, after
which a buffet supper was -»rved. .There
was music in th*» course, of in* evening
Swiss airs forming the principal feature of
the programme.
Nearly all the fo r «»i:jn embassies and le
gations will be settled on the North Shore
above Boston, this summer. r» a r B<^\r:!-.
and Manchester. Tb» Italian Embassy, the
P-ritish Embassy MM thr- Herman Kmbassy
will all be in Of* n^irhborhoo^ n ,| Tiot
far from th- President's summer home.
Tiie Russian Ambassador ha - chosen .1
homo* at Har I tartar
IN WASHINGTON SOCIETY.
[Kr^tn T!ir Tribune B,ir»-.i 1
Washington. April « -Tl:r Vice-president
BSd Mr?. Sherman entertained guests at
dinner to-nuiit. having In tl.« company
several frtends from Itica.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur \jf" entortainpd at
dinner t<>-nigl;t in c-mplirnrnf t.i .\fr-
Jam^s Rol>ert McKee, dau^lurr of tb«- la
ex-President Harrison. fn th» company
were Justice and Mi M- -Ker.na. S-narnr
an.l Mr- Klkins. \\,- Mm,-- f,,,,. g,, ft ,
and Mme. de Lacerrranta, R»>prc>entatlv«
an.l Mr?. Sherley. ex -Justice, and Mr«
Henry B. Brown, Major General ;tr-d Mrs
George M. Gillrspi. , Brigadier General , nd
EMPRESS ALEXANDRA WELL
Receives American Ambassador-
Court Entertainments Resumed.
St. Petersburg. Apr- 1 <>. - Etaaraaa \~-.
andra ftnatabfd Ibt taal poatfMt r^f.it.-.
tion of tl:r re— nt reports that IIM was
seriously il', «&« At rasHv* • Iht JMII
i<an AmbassH.ior. W. v. . Ro.khill. to-day
II on.' may j:idg»» from ann^i-arii r*. her
majesty bag fully recovered hct b«dU>
The aaaliam r-^rk-i OM r^umpti,»r
of the social if, el ON court. Vftfctl ! .:■!
!•« WUJWdIIJ itoOT t ;,e «at with Japan.
a wjlm .>r Dmohl inhrmlm for th«
niemNers of the diplomat!. r rorrw and UM
grand <lt;!;e* urn) grand duch-sses has be n
i<: r«. ■_ ii.
MR. CARNEGIE'S HEALTH SOUND
Wk«a ac Is ibsffMghiy mM from dm
plr-slcil exertions of ?m trip t«> Urn W««1
Andrew CanMajfcj .vlll be ir: s .,od rondtl
tif-n, it na* said at Mr. i'arn^j;!.- v
r>lst sfrc t ami Ptfth BVOOI ysN-M;Tv
"He i« merely t ire I In • otherwise in
voini'i bMdlbb J»l)'l no sertniiv ffmW :- ;r:
tiripated." was tb« answer c;\-n t.. aX tn
1 tirie-5 rotative to Mr. « •arro K f,>\ s o'>n-lt
t ion.
PORTER FORTUNE TO RELATIVES.
CJtfcacat April < B«an H Porter.
known in th*> ?t«>cl industry and al^o for
Mi parr in the formation of several \v :■
em rai!ro;nJ>-. «bo f!,cd on Mar!: .",:. l^'t
.i J^.On«).'><»> e-ta-e t.. relainn, h. ■
to an inventory tl!e«l in the Pr b »t« < .■■.;rt
tn-il \ y.
WILL OF JUSTICE BREWER FILED.
\Yasbitiv;t"i:. April 0. No "*'"iali ..f f
\aiuc? of the e^:ato of t!ie tot* JOtl N
BrWCr, of t?i" I'nited Statet S:: -
Court, is given in his nil vutii a ,
wtioli ..... for probate t ..:... ii:
home i>i this tit', witli mo; t --f lii.s per
sona! property, i* bSqaeatlMd ' > Mri.
»>i»w.r. 1 1 us .-t.rt;,-.. :i r Thou pso:i\s r'-.it.r
wi'i it-- i-o;itent.-; a;ul ;.»!.-o $::■ : ; :. ,■
■ttr«nc« i- :.-fi i.. ■ davithtcrm
Jurats i» K;Tric'.. In-, yun-in-law. .M.i :;..•
v.i«h»w are nan • H f.i.-* OacatOVm
NEW YORK FROM THE SUBURBS
Uajror Qajmot .«t Sew Tort City la at
• used ,)f aaytafl -h:u\ evshl " a m.»:i tn
his position orl not for ;•» use sucb l.m
6«a»;.' Uk« that— t'!ii,-us«> TMbOMk
Mote MriKtural steel »«. i:se ( | in it |tl,<
I rlvanla i: u iir...i.i Stathm] l.«-~t \ C a;
IMB I'l .ill |Im <>t!n-r biiililingw err.t-.t tt
Sv\\ \<ml» Mahsachu.sfftts \-. rvpr*smtod
sine- forty mi ibovmad tea ol Brm»
it.- u.-fii caaM Kin MUford t;.;. strori
tn.- iii.i |ta approach** an- the coronation
<«f a wonderful »y»t«m. «lie mp«rtati«<
feature of a physj.-ally M;:>irU!;v, i: t\
BOStfICI TraHivript.
A R«l Y.Tk pre.i. he- is afr ; »i,| it will
Boon be possible ft>r i>fop|«. („ s ,.,. urp ,|j
VOrOd merely by tel^phontng t,» RriM t'oi
j them. A lot M other ...... ur»> bu*.\
uoixU'ring why 1: ■• is «fra..i C!u.»ir.
RacoroVUcraM
'ft|»» fain. 1)1 Asms Canwr in \ * tori
»ne» to keep up tiiditi..n . but wlthOQi
the 01.l Piftn Avenue Mm. l. «.ri I >nb^t!
tilting tor I'IHM. ■ p.>» i. no HNrn.-k th.
name* ot Mi-litll, Ander-ion «nd T.ltt!r th<
I re.-ent act! are t.<>t of nutk-nal loifortanv
i — Ui>»i-n ll^ralit
Mrs. Henry r, BsaMfa ColOßef hTea.
On next Monday nf-ht will tato p!ar«i th*
annaal reunion of th* "Tafters"— t2\o*i*t wh<>
mart* the m^morahl* trip to th^ P%lltppta»»
and the Orient with Secretary Taft never*!
years ago. As usual, th» reunion win be In
the nature of a upertacalar dinner at th-»
New Wlllard. when th<»» ««ttln« will hi of
Oriental splendor. Th* President will, of
course, be th* guest of honor, and m«nb«-i
of the party wilt com« from vartoti* parts
of the country for the dinner. At tl\m din
ncr last year President Taf? revived » r»
markaM* watch and Mr*.. Taft a diamond
ornament.
A club- composed of sixty t»a<*Vie!ers «nd
young married m«i. gav«t a «!:uiC4» and «-«»
tillon at th- r-hovy *1-.» m «:i«h f^-n'ffit.
when nearly two htindrerl of th** ytjrjnvrr
rnembern of m>d*ty w»r<» xv*sf. Tlv*r«)
were, five fliur*n in the rotlllon. «h!i* vr <»
Wl by IJeutenanr (Jsterhan?. assl«r*d by
William M. Marrow. Th*ra> SBBSI *»:v»ral
fancy dances besides. Th* favors wera
ntickplns. hatpin*, matchbox^. Dr» vim
silk hag.«. fans and other SSUSSBsTI «'tb
jonquils In the- llow»r tttrur* Pre<-e<ltnjf **«•
tianc? '.'aptaln Blay«fen. William T. *Haa>
ham. T. B. Robinson. O. T. Dun la p. H. H.
Rowland and Uaaaaßßßl E'itl*.- nahwdl
dinner parti- at th* club, the total number
of iruesta fcein* imr* than <»i*hty.
Mrs. •funtlngton Wilson 1.-i >«ttlag her
father. Mr. IsaßSa. near Baltimore.
Mr. and M ' B»<"kmati Wlnthrop entsr
talnedl eighteen guests at *i:nner "•vnight.
To-morrow Mr*. Winthrop wilt !v*v»» .»•
Bursts of h"nor >•• .1 hinrl'.eon M-* Ta*t •
jT'iests at th<» Tl'hlf TFoujte. Mr.'. T^Mi!»
Bssag) and Mr Ppaahsscl Bsaaßtßlß p.* ■.n
cinnati.
NEW YORK SOCIETY.
Sir c;»orge and i,a«ly <"onp<*r «nl a »
I ti.e city to-day from • hicijo. and wi'.! t»«
; at the Plaza for a short time, •when they
■will sail for their horn". In Finland. Th- ■
came to thls> country a few weeks Mgr> «*i
account of the Ulnea? of Lad iVy
mother. Mrs. Beatrice Smith, «i Kvansfon.
I!!., who has wince <{.•"?. r.adv I 'ooper Is *
slater of th* late Jam*- nenry ~Trjit*.
Mi.-« Elizabeth Hurry, who in to b* rr.ar
ried to l,a«ron>-c Swift tn t! 1 " AIUVB "*
the Lplphany °" Apni ::. wt!t ha^ r ' M
Mir, Mm Dorothy IT'irry. fur has aaaM
or horor and or ■!■- .1"' nd;ir t. ; ■--. .-
Hartshorns wilT b* HM be3f man. ai»d th*
ushers will Include Mof' T. Raliou, Ro«f
ney proctor, Arthur P. STcKlnstry, •;. «...
dun Smyli". In. Join R Swiff. jr.. an-i
Samuel Swift. The v eddir.^ wtl! b~ fe'
iBSJSd t ••■ a reception at tnerßaOM ef • •
bride's par»nt«, Mr. and Jin. H»
Hurry, in Lexington r.enu*.
Mr- Sruwesnnt K!sh rr:" »ntertstr" »
laras hou?* purty .in April '?. a^ ''•r tT.r
try plac<". at GarriMnn-on-thr- Ffi;dson.
Mr. and Ml Frank f» Polk ha\ I r«
turned to town from t** 1 fo'it^
Mr?. J Bord^n 'farnnart wi;» arrf • . • In
town from th<* S<->: f h on April '<■■.
Mis^ Mary '" B!«hc»i> vffl ir(v» a tftnssr
this evening at h»>r hous^. in .'• • ;
«trr<?t.
.Mr-- James Rron-n Po»*«— -' ' 00001 ' •
th« cify n«-\» t . -1; freei ftaseOJi
spend a f'" '!»■ - '• th« S» r-_-
Mr. and Mr*. Frank X Stur*:s «:' ■ I
town for their country Iv>m:'i». in T>moi.
early next month.
Mr? T. J Oakley F.htnelanle- «ffl ?-• la
Ttix»do to-morrow to ?Dend t K - •■•-•
Mr? I To^ti^end F'irfi»i; returned *-»
town last ntgrhf. and ;.' a? h- h^is?. »~
Ka*<t Bd abaci
Mr. and Mr* Stephen " '■*'" n'r.e* t^t*
married in Bosfnn ';»:•• n •»•■•!<. •-• 'r>»Tff-,
thrir honeymoon in BTn-iii i
SOCIAL NOTES FROM .NEWPORT.
[n.. ;■<■.■ srap' H ravVtSsoai 1
Newport. AiT!l I ' ,-,<--.,.. ,
op.it. •■ • «••■>• menffi
M Am.!' I#nttPX rt ' F'^-M:. BJ ha- tr*?
OSI .-ottas" prepared f»r opeiiing.
At"t»r «T! ahs< ■;■ •-•■ ' »ra! s-casons 31?
nnd MM Rfniari'in T'iaw ar» t> aStfl
Newport thi-< summer. They a-<« exp« •*
n^xt Ml to make an irrpec*- •■- ■•* -
paapetfx


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"rasa i
' FIRST CLEVELAND MONUMENT
Erected Over Grave of Ex-Prpsirient :-.
Princeton Cemetery.
PHnettaOh EC J Agrt I WKB ne bm
• •■ ■• Qtl itptl • .>••'. i -.• -•
»a< :»t ole time P ••.-•,. <
States, but read i. "is mi ■-.''■, "i;ro\»r • '■■
>■ ' h ■ • « " i ..-a •• ■;. n i . m.i net
i. ■• .1 Pnn.<>r,.,i . v .) . .1 ; •• St tM
first monument t>> th» memory of rs n
d* Ot Qm • r «■••.-:.■ | i •
' over M:c-r. ■• j • • ?• •
t- K«*Mi- tr ■ • ■ v
a m»-bl.» *'.i;> |] i - •■.-• h gh. m 0 ■ -:--i •
of n-.f . . . ■ . a ■ . .
niurKfd >:ni-e her «lej»th, ..•■; .; >■■ . ■
I. too. beur>« a >':np!> 1-i^. ■ :•• •■
The monument ••*• r Mr. ' ;-«• •
I ::i ■! -ni.« and b ten ft |
it <<rrfiti «.r .....
tmi iftvu flwi thii-k. nd i ■- ■
1 t.u>.-r« Kr.«d:.t: ; \ fr..ni • • ■ . , .
like \ •«•<»,! Fi..th stones w re /•■
dire "i'<n of Mrs. t'levtanL wh> •
■ if 1:1 Europe with h^r ,-iiiiiJre?!
HOPE ' FARM'S GOOD SHOWS
Third Annual Report of Protectory f?r
Protestant Children Out.
T'-*» t'.ird ann'i.t! rtpari «i lT.ir>»- |
i pcotrclorjr for Protr^taj t < ••'•-•
• ng an instimtian ■• «:.--.- i- x . fcg
!>••• .-• <-v:ntv. shows fiat or.- ' ::••-••
a-. I fifrv .^Udren ar* bring «-i--.1 f•- f >
at t:-i< pres'M-.t time, most •■' I >em .-^ ■
mirt.l h. DM :'i;f:i-ev „f f... ,->.,,..-,
Owart •• I «-!t\. Tii- yaogMlN
l\'>r »i.,.J U : \:,-:.»i;s. bjt XT« .h.l.i'-e- •
' ■ ■ • ■»■ -ir.4h!e. u g.l ' ..■ *
••••■'■• bj i».i^i>ti of rri<r.i'. '•• - ft
t» gue r: »-ni pr<<^.-- , i--
VbSi the \»r.rk uf ![■;••• V..rm li M •
ItVSg -..i'- i. , .>wn by th.o r*fe!r»ts »r t
taiwiwHlay of last rear, wbJcft •••
tie rr^ tItMM M >w« ..■ „ ord Bfl
f •• reporJ. ihts amount by no means <••"
•rs HH present needs of Q| tr.st!f;ti j".
, whu'.i are a char l^!. v I.iur'ili y hi;:M;n« «TI I
more » <<ntrbutV»n* .r.i.l annual •uAcrtp
■■ ■••■ The sum «>f |."..o'>'> w:! 1 . en>i 'W »-»
imlu^rial scho:.ir-^:r». $.'()«> will pr< v ' '■ '
n»aint^tiam-e an<l >< t*llt*ltl trai::!ns I •
1 f-.- or.- y^ar .i.i.l $.25 w'.ii. provUl*
ph> ;oi! sustenance f,>r a eMU far on^
: ; ••■ »*,re»r is | HaM and % mams**
j of Urn S«'.;r.l of Baqn l* rh.i \n>'
tion. >!■-.. Florence Hapullo is »e«:retar*
•ad WiTTtum A. <;r-''"- i» tre:is«i:rer "
i>m.e „r Hope I'arm i . at No. VlO E**l
»
RIGHT— FOR ONCE. "
! rr,.m The liixhester Union am* A<*vertls«
«l'f:n.i.
T!ie l<#>ti!iwrat*i who « t <r« pUoed ta tb«
' Lrnt.-«tj»tt!T.» „n ti.rt direct <mary tw> I
i iiil\.n -HttMl by •Joxernor Mu*rtea t;.i\e ■ir«i
ii»i.l ii>o h. pt.'m<»nt nf the p*opt« right. •'
; l<"U.st »o far a 1 * thi»ir «j:sTrti»l* a:» concaro** 1
[ It »s a good ibtnj to »«> t^iM dtrect r«cejr
|nltto*l of p«bl» • s#nt!ni#r:t There <» B "
I'osslsm hack of this action »f lii» «Urt*4
«i Unary D«jaaa*i»> -^. - * ' •

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