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WEDNESDAY. N0VEMBEB '22. 1011. Thin neictspcpcr w orrtW ?inri jncV hshed b'i T'tt Triliunr ?BB?s4*lsM Vrif F#rl corporation; office and prin? cipal place of ftus/ni*-*. Tribune H?0d Baaf, So. 154 iVMsSS Street?, IVgaP Fora*; Ondcn Milk, prmt?emt; Ooiem M ?ccrttary; Ja?i<x U. f?arr?t, treasurer. The address of the ?t?oen U MM nf thu neic8pop(r. SUBSCRIPTION RATE*.?B| Mall, Pot? ase p?ld, out.ido cf ?; Dally ?r.d Su:,ia?y. ona month.$ "? D, .v and Sunday, aix month?. Daily and Sunday one ?ear. 8?i) Daily only en. r??or'h. Da'> only, six. month?. Da. | year. 6 CO " ay only, su mor iris.. 1.38 -.?* year. Forets <n? to all *"*unti :o? In tna Bclttdiag p?state. DAILY AND BUND W: On? month.. Si' u.$17.00 SUM Sis month?. re year.$?3.14 DAILY ONLY: On? month.S 0. On? year.?12-5 CANADIAN KATES. DAli Y AND SUNDAT On? mots'h. . | .SO ! ? DAIL1 Ona month.I .50 One vear. SLY: On? month.? Entsrad at th? Post?me? st S*?? York a? Sfcor.? Claas M?ii Mai -f rut: VBW8 this U0RS1SG. FOREIGN" ?A despatch from CB I ?aid th*t General Castro had \vc battle In Venezuela a\d that he had tbousunda of f sss-s A mob of BUaTrag*sttaa attempted I ?o tht Hi'use "f ?"ommops, bul were re? pulsed by ths polie? 4".ftei a : - arrested. -.?-Fig ??.a? reported rear Tripcli; the V claimed to have ::oriou9 1". several *jkl**rni**hes and.to ha* a Turku-h camp =?== Archbishops p'irley ar.?' ? left Paris lor Rome. ? =-r An attack on Nanking by Chinese r*be!a was eald to be Immlnsnl French mission at Kien-Chang "-vas as ?afled as led DOMESTIC.?John D Rockefeller, 'he Stanley steel investigating mittee rai told, obtained tl by the '? ?StattM Steel C^rporatior* und \alued at 170,00 Superin'oncV- t Harnlin, of ?.he Bapless ? ' J Bailey, watchman, wars arraigned at '''?'Ud-??v? ort, Peni ?r.anslpagh'er in b'^iiknie; Of the eompa - \UFtin, Pent , which re?ul ? n?*aths of : ?'vuiser? Washington und Non - a matter of ? - Ident ' 'ac< "? i .?- health impr I I ? ? ' her delay in the criminal trial ' - The C t of Api reorganiza) ? misai? In Bprli | d with ??ring r nornan gav? the li?*- In ? who t^stifleii Wllllam ? ?i ? - v in ? ? i? Strom;. er I - ? h'S Heu* WH r the ? ? I . BS I ! by mail, u th;? mur ? r il protestant ? ! ' ? ' If A "or. on ? anees * ? ' ? He an as au cinploje of tbe ? ? ? rsdaabilltatii*? ?.s .iuue 18 the 1 ?lowed bfe) to that end. 11 ur.ffbt bars btaja Bappos-?j rhe repres tlons would welcome and eiicvuni??'.* bii-i On the eontri there is ampie evid' RuStihtD I ? -." " deliberate cgru:nest to der ??cutlon of tbe law ar.d to ?thsrnrl the general system which be tablisn lag for tbe c'?!]f?ti'!?rof ' i of public funds and ac< '.u:.;.?c fi the operations of th? Press dispatches at that time * ??vltb report* of lt| ff whi? h it i? Impossible to douot. Indeed II ? ? ? ied. Mr BhVj Incident*?, wirf' f?ii''\viri* Rtasela'ti irci'icn' medd] ? ?n afiiiirs ;i!:-i teui| - in Its tttort? to restore order and tO pP'IlK't?' ?'Oil? ' ffgrd In an- i Rosi ? Inted ui.'i? ?? tht Pi h tax I Russiaa BjOT?TDi ad thai it re? ed Lia ai ; conipatible ^iri) || 'I thai if !'? ? would reserve the right to t ji !-? ? * B04*fa ineasni inliii/ the ii'T?!, of Persia, This So DOtOtiOtlB :.t II"' til.i ? Bhatantlall: n- ?tatad i i , ,- bare do( beeri ?i? oh d. * 'i in- p.-riliii'iii gtttatlo than what ara I ,Vr .1:1 w ' ": - i .In.iiiiMr.ili"!., ?""1 n?th Which a <?-??''* .$6 00 .$4SS r-.'i.,ii'?'??:ifioi? of ?.Vrsin'1 finance? Is compatible! There is do ? lb-cat i <?n ' Mr sinister?\?,ho hnd had i ratCOCi ?nul praiseworthy rnrf-??r gg ?ui iidml tratot in the pbillpptuas?l? eotrvpi In?ompe.ont or in any way unfit f??r i pig? ?? vrhlcn bg mis. ThtMre uiatfon ti g| bg bas n****ddJed Lo !'f,';? gg ti??> partlaao of any poarar, ami i ' >i:ui or (n**>Rt**snaii. Ktriwdy ontgid Bedlan has ever Imagined that h< ?assking i?? agtabliab undue American j fluer.c?? ;:- Pe?ala. There is no dispi :?-iiial of tag pltfaatlttO'] ' I be has been tanlnf in a highly succ?s roguoor, and satisfactorily to bla plovers, the ?rork ?hieb he was enga Ui do. !t is ?iitlk'ult, therefore, to rl*f| -it niiy conclusion other than t ?the hostiliiy to bin arlggg from the ? circumstance thai he is doing his w ? well, and tint Rngglg, for her own ctesshe and seliish ends, is endeavoi tu p**gveut tbg renal iHtation of l'ers affairs and to Impair that im! i ignrj of Perglg ?to the mi ? \ biefa Bht ' '1/.1.VV / , If the Mayor has the ?li?hre'-t reg tot decent and orderly ntetbod? of fina to the budget the $0.T e " out b* the Board 'if Aldert | from the appro] rlation to mgb? up Qclendes lu the colleetlon of i noring these d^?l'Mencles in has |. vida!. When Contre took office ghoul $30.000,< of m eel ? tax?? were canted the I' e ' It] gl isggts, ' ? of bit p**ed?9C?*nsori ?-;h borrow money from year to JOOi to ', op the dc The Immense sum of uncoiled il'!'> ta: dug to the loose practice of g propertj-iesa person- for la amounts of personul?y. Those thus s-^sed wl'.o ?lid not take the trouble rameuta were entei on the tag roll as owing taxes to l city. And these worthless di carried from year to jeaxt li? the city. Tag deficit In revenues re-i IS marie up by boiTOwi] of Int?r?t on revenue bon These revenue bonds were protslbly II pal. Certainly the practice ?>f a Howl I the deficiency in the collection of ttl ont up from year to jrear until ? l moro than $30,000,000 atas sibl? Controller i'r? ud< ? ' [ to the bnsiness of n i c ?ncealfld leflclt get god s -mu was gppropriated for ti ; pun ? rear. D of the Board ol AJdei m ?wever, means an abgnd? na and a eontinuac of the old Tammany practice <?f hnpi"! a: ?1 i ? . to COTer li? ar. I ? - i to ?li-cern t Mayor's Influence In the cuts a the : Aldermen. But hl t ? city l'o ??n wl l-to-niouth borrosrlng of doul Has be no regard for I itioii of the i-ityv Ti - -1 if ho gpprov u budget thai doea not make adequa rtsloo for reducing the accumulati -^___ '//.. TAFT l.V/J THE TV ??? M?? Interest ?rblcn. attaches i ? - em dismission of the 'rust que and the attitude of the gdminlstn ii'?:i tin reto n ? Lou ?>f President Tal ?rblcb position be made striking.] ?'.<?; In his special message to Congi January 7. 1910, recommending the ei actmeut of g federal Incorporation la? : Discussing tii. purpose ??f the Sherma ? We must ir.f? i- that the evil aimed ; ent? ' ? ? ? ? ? or in PI tat m or toi ? ? " .i? of capital n r ; mai ? ? ppen more d? ? ?. i'l h nufactuir . und? ? ; sage Pi ? _? i .r V- " Supremi I i trust ? Pn : 'iarc ? ? qI] did ? that th But nitb ? ? ? ? Through all our ? n of th!i ? ; lav.-fu' ?'' ? ? ? ? must b.- ad a lie ? d. : ? . ? Pr si :? ? ? sdy that gi "If ? ? I i? la ? the national goTeramenl ? "ma" I oil id , ,,,!,. ; , ? ? ? - i1!?' trusta -h' lip .in.l their properly do? . from Lhote a bO ?rould ? loo gi m. til ? ? -. : thai the ?rorsl a . . I If present ? should glv? '" port '?? r? ? IStr l-Sgltl "!? iii. ,i large i"1 ? ? gpl] to Hi?' M-'-OIIll ? lion was largi ??-? bul ?ritb n ? lion thai iuperrlgor*/ authority ?rould be con ii ?i i:i the ba ids ? i n ?? fed ral . ? r I ?? con? luded ? ith tbg gl vi.ri i..m thai "iMiiy the larcest cor ??|??-ira(i<?iis w??iil.l gra|l HmiasfUti of "s'il I: il law, lecause the burden of (f>\ ??oral supervision and control thai nraal "certain]]' b?> imposed to accompllah the ''parp?se ?>f tlio i? ,?*<?r|>.?rri11-?n wmil'i ti..r ?t..' m?.ettted bj go ordin?r* bin i in." i hi third objectl n Sir Tai met v?. n n the BtattttlMQl UUtl t!'" trii-i- would, gg I result ?>f the decrees oi tbe ci.urt, have onlj one of ii,r' open to iliem. The*- must Mreeolr< themselrgg Into their ''component pare- In the.dlffereni stat?-*). "witb a cotise?.) uei it Ion to thciusHve?, ?if "capital ai re ??n.-anlzatfon and "to tbe country of c.vic.?iitrate?l energy 'a?'.ii enterprise." or they nraai ondertake to defy the law, or "they must reorganize ??and -'""'I faith the fedora! ? t-thaiter I buss? b1 ' Mr Ttfl eonid banD] bave forecast in srlth greater ac? curacy, uor could he bare outlined with greater force thai neceoelty of some of federal charter with which the! trial world is now co'.,.i"'""'te?l. I bat ho would exerdei tbe federal 'supervi? sion and control'" which was tbe essential part "f federal incorporation rather to ? tbe stifling of competition (.ban ;.' regulate prie?- be baa made aveu more clear in soi recint tpeecbea, i' ..i Mr Taft been a dill - I type of man be irould probabl* bare ?>.\ertel ? . . irege to ac- ' recommendation, instead of. I quietly biding i lie time when 'it . .r the condnct ??f btf bm ? ?? necessit] ?of te'. orporatlon and themt ! demaud it. Bui bow clearly be blmaeU ?l that nectBaalt] nearly two rears ago Ma wordt make guident ? REOROAXlZATIOy. Tbe decision of the Court of Appeal*?, sustaining tbat of tbe Appellate Dirhdo i ; of tbe Supreme Court, tbat the I'ubllo ] Service ("oniniif-sivn ig without authority ? to control ' ? of aecurltiefl in the] ? 'bird Avenue Rail? road Company was inevitabls Tbe im Iplication tbat tbe Public service Coin? ed the provisions ?f other - rgorianlgn - ?gag not sutil ithority of t'i* commhssion in this important matte, i ? hare rested opon Bomethimt more tl than an implication, bnt That was an overslgbl In the Pnbllc Servie? Commissions law which ought t.- nave been cured long ago. it would bare been cored ..ftcr ita i clearlj established bj tbe Appellate Dlvhriou decision in tbia caee ,i the ?Leghilature at I ?I m bad .' ; to tbe publie inter? est Hod not tbe senate and Asm ? .1 with a ling the Public lau and Killed It .??.?il them, tbe commlsslona would now | ? authority which tbe Court of Appeali Anda tb< y d ? nol pc That waa one oi Tammany's services t.. i inter? or tl reorganlxation of the local traction compai b win now be free from regula) Ion bj pul Ile gutbor? iiy, the reorgsnlzers would ?'o well tu bear In mind the changed cottdl? !.. It Will I.O for r'" m to Issue securities on which dividends cannot be earned with? out robbing m ? or skimping tbe Ben I ?? Regulation will see to it i that the Btreetcar companies do their i best to serv?? ib?' public adequately, h> r tl. '??? blch the ? ? ,?;, ose [m hnrue. The manu and buyers oi Becuritiea will to hear in mind the fad 111 -. t I e future I limit exl ma? |,. exti from "in neglecting ? FOU ROADS _? ? i roads com ention atti i"-l of human prol I and appan on to caal I up a I : ' ', ? Ol ' from tl.?' Deeds and I ?id from wort tho igb In still re aotelj ancient ' ? of tbe then | I I power of tbe world, I [toman ro ; Band the Re nian nai and then ? ? i: an\ ' l ' Ing skill I ? the Burably tl'Oll I fail? it I . bi ? - . ...... i . -i idl were used. ? d ? it as - is theirs. Used rrj trgfs Roman ronda n gone to wreck.1 ? .'. then la nol to build such - H but '" bu|ld roads ? na of ? Bight and rn rebicles, with ?' the I ! not only ? The ?? dea tract] va - roads l:. to W< tbem nor i?ar them from the rotdi tbe problem day. p ? < r. When Mr. Ramuel filternder talked \ ? ' \ h about "i! : it- control 'f ??tl,. pre '?-? banks, tr rail? i box of f;ir gre itei I. . re tbg Bgre4?mei I Hail .Mr. Dntermyer been taluim* to tbota ? ? legal force of the -?">- rament, bit PTtill.' It. .. least ha - - ? . itorj ?..H1 i'p. fhali man ? Albert B - i Benjamin R TiUman Tboinaa p Gore and Atlee Pom all members ... th.mtnltti ?? il., last (?atom It la lofante to I : be dire, li I and Mr. I d be held re Il ie for on* which mu. folio? 1 \.'\\i,'.ii.is. the .i tlngul itor from Nett?*, i?. | ? member of that committee, and wlnf l may not be the BT*dVerttJf <?f Ihe Sen-Ct? when Mr. Ni'wlnnds ?-hall hav?? g**ggp?td ihe full I'tirpnrt <?f Mr. I'liion.?yer's n* :???rti??ns jiml ev,>',v.-d ?-?.;,,. i ?? ? gcbeUM with wlibdi to entertain the appgf lion?e <?f C?3iigre*js at every Inopportun? ment? 'H'?*- ?-oriety for the prevention of cruelty to children and Senators should l?i"|< carefully into this phausB of Mr. I'n tgrtnyer'g linlir-T?'!1'?". to employ no I harsher term a l'esohiri,.!, riginandlng the abolition of national banks as pCfgsbte I.aeorie? Of the Steel Trust uia.v be looked f'?r from Mr. I'oinerene the da] ?n-f-ss convenes, a scheme resting 'he ferlerai government wilh power to t I ?ise ail hiMlntas. enterprise and to ?*> rage in the manufacture of ?reel hi the least which may be gxpected of Mr. Newlands Mr. I'ltfermyer's a-?erfio')s win furnish new fuel to Senator ?Cutn mins with wbieb to roaal a long guffer? lug administration, and the 'post rirtd ! Imagination cannot picture the fulmlna which win etuanate from "the niack ragl?- of Pergua Pgllg." There Is IM> exHisc whatsoever for a Igaryerof Mr t'ntermyor's experience and profi discretion. His conduct Is ?forth] of the severest ?vviitb-innntion. The penal pro vis-ions of the Statute prohibiting Incite? ment to anarchistic rrropegandaa should be Invoked against him. but Ural if should te g mended li provide a pi cf boiling In oil for those guilty of such heinous ?iolgtlong a- that of the dls tlngulghed Net? Torh al The "publie be planned*' attltuie of Mr. II ? ? ? . mpany ha.? n rt brough* the prosperity that It deserves. Vos ever a man mor?; honored than Columbus? The committee In charge of celebrating his day had no difficulty In | collecting more monej than It could spend. In uttl lldget the aldermen applied the knife vlgOTOMly to all of tb?; Mayor's pet aversions. His own subor? dinates got off easily. Was the Mayor's handsome Indorsement of aldermanlc Kader Dowling when be I mdl dat? for re-election uttered In vain" THE TALK OF THE D IV. A. W. Opden. Of th? N?W York T r th? Department of Agrienltara, ha? : notice to li I heer: "W <? bare r/SCfl ROt I rrau 0 ? t V? hingt? H to I las m, ipments of " r, eon? i altar i :, ion, labellad ? 'I'll.?? : ? riot rom? fr"m tha town ?,f PI s?! S itlla, and Instructed to notny ali Importara of this product in our ? - of the above dec; onlv tlm?? love is wont-, mora thnn ?I Ha-helor "Is ?'.th."? Philadelphia R? MAKING MATTERS EVEN The r-arelf-s hunter in th? 'leer trarked wo? Thn?;_'ht. as some hunters do, he had the ?zoods Wh^n tnroueh the bnsbas he an object ?pi? -d Which seemed to him to wear a b*J Straight*,?*?** he raised his deadly gun and With haste to make a careful hunter tired, And forthwith to the brown earth dl An 0 Ring till It.? last ! ! N hunter then, to his digs , i -, 1 that a friend of hla ha<l i?ahr-ei l? vv | A jnnnK man much like him, who fir, gun With ableh the fatal ?hooting had ban ,'? i it H ? lied aloud for he'.r, he tore h ?? ? Who ranked ui on the IItIi dead, ' Then to the living thus be said: "Oh, that- all right. : i . Last your, and V'V hi- |olly rnonkev it his. i our turn D< ? Abc rot a hat at iln tht? t 1 In'l J ' n 1" rr.-r ? ' ne by I Ti,e cha Ion ?t-nj tloa lias been found in lira, Iowa. ? ? th? ps lor i Hum with a '?ildren ti 1"""'. and ' ? .''blnq It in for the church keep ? ? .... Upend. H Mlk'?Phwat ? Bin' for? e Jug where the ? pptar i oi oars all the Corn. HUant red on the dashboards exhort the public to do I Us holiday shopping as soon : The*" have also the ? ? ? Comme****? ai hally design. "1 uslngr ? ? ? h? Retail Tra< ? is an ? h a!) Interest . - . ? SYMPATHY FOR CHrMT? Writer Attributes Eta Growth to Influ? ence of the "Up;;er Crust." To the Editor or Tin fhanks. n. ? vour , ! ?-, to-?' on "The Cult ? ?rails carry th?- ?rgUOK n the ? ; ? ? to pr? I . i. 1111 " M B I ?ad up,i' i lona tin nod loo - ? -, ,,,ir "ohi inthi ? Ilia i ? any ! ' his property snf.Jeet to the tender merkten , of etima DAKIEL 0IBB0M1 Phlla-leiphla. Nov. 1?. 13tl. WHO WAS GENERAL O'HARA? T-v th? Editor of The Tribune. Sir: The artiel" on Gibraltar In ?*8 i"1^ ? e?.,|...,u.-i Britannica'' says Lord Howe victory over the Spanish H..t rellevo.i Gibraltar. I always uri'Ur ! It was l>rd Rodney, after his great ? y over the French fleet under Count ? asse. who relieved Gibraltar. What great victory over the Spanish fleet did I Lord H"Wo obtain? You have a well Informed Irish corre I ?pondent. Herbert O'Hara Mollneux. I ' would like to ask this gentleman about a celebrated Irish ofiVer named O'Hara, tn the eighteenth century. This <ffl<-?r achieved distinction during the siege of i Gibraltar as the colonel of the ISth Royal Veteran Battalion He subsequently we/ ? commander of the forces at Dublin in 1797 i under Lord Cornwallls. When Lord Corn i walll9 surrendered at Yorktown the sur | render was actually made by Genera; ; O'Hara, second In command of the British ! army, to the American general Lincoln. Was It one and the same person at all three occurrences? To me It is an histori? cal purzle that possibly Mr. Mollneux can explain away. EDWARD ANTHOKT HART New York, Nov. 17. 191! 9 A SUBWAY PROPOSAL. To th? Editor of The Tribune. The plan of a Pennsylvania Railroad station at East Bd street connecting ?rith i the Broadway-Lexington avenue and subways 'similar '. I of the New York Central LRallroad) meets wlrh enthusiastic public v , at It Is necessary for the lylvania Railroad to do is to kr.ock I a ho!e Into ItS i resent tubes and con wlth the subways. The savtng i of time and money on the part of the trav? elling public would be ?nOIBSOBS ? advantages to the Pennsylvania Railroad ; very great. Every facilitation of traffic j means rapidly Increasing popularity of a I railroad and tt? territories. By all means let the Pen-sylvan!;! Railroad rcllow out Ibllc spirited and liberal policy and ? patrons this great station. The ' irlty of Its plan Is very derided and | Its success certain. J M DUANE. New York. Nov. 20._1911. A WOMAN'S MEMORIAL. To the Editor of The Tribune. F'r There recently died a woman to : whom tbS women <f this country BtlOOld an appropriate monument?no one ., <i. to bt allowed to sib?,,~rlbe tow? , and to erect It tn a BUlta ? . '-,1 v ; a '-ommltte,' of women?and It 'should be Started without delay. The ?rltor, ? man, would willingly aut prefers t th? ? ! honor one worthy of their sex ! refer to Id? Lewis ?Vllson, the keener UghthOUM ut N?*Tagan??tt Hay. who all her lifetime there, dying ?( th? if s.-verity-two feg] ? Cv.-rv night for ..v. r titty ? -I the light, and \ is also credited with a ?umber of . gone bv She was no but Of fashion; she ?lid something that I ?..T to llv,> In the minds of the ? of thi? country, and the women should see that it is d V. B. REYMED. ?Chicago, Nov. *?S, 1511. THE LUCKY ANIMALS. To the Editor of The Tribune. tn Tli" Tribune of this date there ts en artlde telling how- Peter, the South Amerl had been placad tn a glass teet I I'n from the cold Petal may b,- abat Is eaHod ? valuable animal, lv bears that to my mind are ? crood bears are ?lead ones. With all the poor people In New York square ratal hardly one? a lay l would ?suK(-ent that the olllcials of the -?-?logical pnrdens kill Peter, sell the - htm from the cold and the proceeda ?o help suffering humanity. ? ms to me that the off),-?als of the rark spend too mv.r? money on bears and i ?? ten there is so much r., I ir th? ?ido? b and ron nnlmals and bury them In t!r> park, and so help to enrich the. barren .??; irk. j \ H PrANNETT-DRAPER Daughter of Former Bay State Gov? ernor Wedded by Cambndge Man. Maas., N dding 4 tor ni' r ' : -. of Caml ? t -day In I ? ? Me? morlal Church here Imple I. - - Batur? ? ?? ' ? ? 'd of honor Rosamond ? .... M toi Robert T Gai ' ? ?rere j Eben 8 Draper, Jr. ar.d several of ? r the bridegroom'a etisa, Har-; vard, ' ? than eight -ddlng ar ? on which followed in th ?' dm, ! adgaa rinett n-efers cookery to society. ntttated the mov. - her I -itton. Her penchant Is for baseball, ar.d two years ago at the I | -'.cher i ?.m - ' a DMmbei Club and Club of Chicago. WEDDINGS. The ? . : m M icFarlan ? ? i . ? . iSpt?- ; Pr. C W. Nau ? ? ! .:hter B s Loreta, was attended by ? ? - rjertruds tbel White i and acting ; hen Iv8?\ K.dvvard . ak' r ? ? The bi Id? "????? giran i ? rlee I lau i th i .i ii rna, daughter of Mr sad Mi i Herat? ? Mortlei I ? ? ? ? ? t.mil! 1 hOI.f h.-r Cove, Long Island The r, i.monv aas performed bj lb? Re?. Dr ten paster ol th? ? 'Unten itloaal c!i'ir?h Brooklyn, It ii aakfa M follow? d Mies Lillian Roaatt?! wu.? th? b Ida's gal g WS -I lliriili|,,:i g? r.uir Qlastoabui I tons 6V i vlr ?? i .., ? \,|;ti:is th ? ! Robert H. CM c, Behreiber, Darlu? ? Nek, er Maaaat t.n, i,. ,i i- m Wim.,n,:, ,,i Cwraland, sad People and Social Incidents AT THE WHITE HOUSE. [Prora Th? Tribu' Washington, Nov. 21.-The Bre-lde.nt, coriillUoti Is much impro?'"'!. re? ?? .in"! al il . W\|t. ? ? i in i 's pr?vate iiivary ?The BSSetag I ill?* attention of tiVS ?t for the ?reater part of the meei I flag. -ds called at the executive . "?rices to dl-eusa the i> opoiel plan of gov lerainent o. [ ,1 vc itn-h.p line l>> hur. throtif-' | ?ama Carel As the I President dented hrti.elf to all callers ex I cept th?* Cabinet, Mr. Newlat ds made an Bt for later in the v eek. I The President received Ir. the Blue Room Jths afternoon Mr. Ha\enlth, IftUlst** from Belgiern; Solon Menos. Mll*ter from ' Hayti; Viscount D'AIte. Minister from |Oj, a*d Dr Fauuo Davit?. Minls'er ' frum Hondura?, all of wh im pr?-set.t d their credantlala, Vlsoount D Alte was sent ai ; minist?, r to this country from Purtug-.il under the reign of King; Manual, and r.Ow j represents the republic recently established. THE CABINET. [From ThS Tribun'- rj.; Washington, Nov. 21 ?Mr?. Wlckereham -sued invitations for a. luncheon en ' lay. Secretary of Commerce and Labor 'will give a dinner tomorrow night com r.Umci'tary to toe bureau chiefs of his d : partaient THE DIPLOMATIC CORPS. [1 'en- Tea : Washington. Nov. 21.-Tho Italian Am baaaador and Marehssa Ctiaanl and Donna! Beatrice Cu their daughter, have r*- i turned to the embaas? from a short visit ? l fork MoUIs Lazza.ro i ..un-ellor of the Ital? ' lan Embassy, srtll so-n leave Washington ' for Rortie. He has been fansferrcd to Bueno? Ayrc?, where he will s rira tant? ly .-?a charg? d'affaires, and later srtll go to Vienna as counsellor of the Italian Lmv : The Austrian Charge d'Affaires and ' Mm? ?.". I.? ' -w?*r.tha!-Linau will return toi Washington to-morrow frt m New York. they have spent tire last week. They | will brlr.g With tc.em the twin sister or ? Mme. von Loewenthal-Lirau and her ; brother, Countees Xostltz and Count. Rob? ert Nostltz. who will be their guests for time. Count?sa MoltkO, srlfa "f the Danish Mln bea gone to [a*u*-caster, Miss., to : ?pend a week with her mother, Mis. Na- ' tbanlsl Thayer. llfnrl Martin, secretary of the Swiss 1> l?j spending a e'.ort time In New Vork IN WASHINGTON SOCIETY. | .?au.l ?:ln(.'ton, Nov. 21.?The Washington Symphony Society was greeted at Its first ?concert of the season this ,ift?*rnoon by 1 \ large and ? All tho were occupied. In Mrs. Otaries B. j IS were th? .of W.ir and Mrs. Stlmson, Mrs William Kent, of ?California, and others. Mrs. Walter Tuck |erman ?-ntertalned Mr-- Wateott Tucker-: man. Mrs. I're-ton Gibson, Miss Lettermau ' land Mrs. I.-m-'h'.rr.t; Mrs. James W. Pin ?chot's bos was o'".'i,pIs i b) Mrs. Charlaa Hepg-XKl, of Clakrago; M.ss Margery Colton, ? I Mr. and Mrs. I'lerre C. F'-jvrns an! M IS. Dr. and Mrs. T. A. Wuliams had with th?-m Mrs. l.oftus, wife of the M I first secretary, and Mme. Ail Kull Khan, tl ! ? Charg? d'Affaires. Robert IC Thompson had ? -v f-'mlth and others with them, ar.d In the audience were Mrs. Joseph i.-i!. r Mrs. Keck'iian w nthrop, the Dan tab Minister, the Netherlands M'nlsttr ar ?1 Mme. taoudon, Mr? John Hay, Mrs. ?albert Mrs. William J Board mar?, Mrs. Speiic. r Couby, Misa Uld.lle and Mr?, i U ChatascL Sim.- the publl?**atlon of tbe White House' official list cf entertainments, date?, for1 dinners, dai quick-: ;? f? ;iow. Tho Germas .v - ? rrfl will gt? " ? dlntfi r on rues-Jay ?f r ? ? ??> ? :? foi I ? Ml ?o the Argentina Republic and Mrs. Gar-| h. ar Adn li di i raiker anil give a dinner on the same night, as will Commander and M * ?' "'a!.i Davta On th? following nig I H - Iid m ? ".;iio.van \>!1! entertain at dinier Mr- ar.'l Mrs H IVS arrived at the Arlington, where, ir.? y will remain until thdr house, at IStt) Street and Massa-, Its avenue, Is ready for them. Mr and Mrs. Jchn Hays Hm-mond wll! remain at their ; Gloucester, " 'ir.til r " ' ' Will i ital and open the i bleb they have takTi for tl i J NEW YORK SOCIETY. 1 Mrs. Benjamin P. Gulnnesa'e fancy dree? ? **** ' ' on* ?f , from Washing!? l.'tlli street. Mrs. Rlehar ! wilV? fc large dinner In connection therewith ?t the St. Regis, and among other b-ste???, 'who toUooroi urn aaampli were Mlsj i nie Cottenel Mr? r Roscoe Ma*?i?nra j and, o* cours?, M.ri ?* f ??i i taking their guests on aft.-rward to J?*sjaa| Thomas's house. Among t?o?e freuen at the dan^e w-.^c |f> and Mrs CI arles Cary Rumray. Mr and Mrs Ar> .- ? n R\r. mond Belmont, Peter I o? ?r H?w?tt Mr. and Mrs. CraU '.'o'ga'.e. Fli.ley Pet?-? Dunne, MfaSJ ?jwenfra WiHiums. Lor*. Louth. Coionei Paul Kenna, V. C, ?nj Robert Co Mr. and Mr?. Royal Phelps Carr--' lr, at No. II East 19th street for the season. Mrs. Walter Cutting and Miss lallggg Cutting are at the Buckingham .' - Mr. and Mrs. Archibald 8. A> who are now st I Mr ar. Harry Payod Whitney ?I Island, will, on leaving, go on to " j, hasset, where they will be "?of Mr. and Mis Cortlandt D ZM Y< ? ?souf, the Turkish ? to the United States, has arrlrad la totra from Washington. The Anatra?Hungarian ?ad Mm?-, von !. ? ? Countesa Ar-ria- .\o?-titz ai Nostlta, Wl -en staying fot ttme In town, a to-day foi " on. From Taris come i ' ? ? birth of a daughter there to Col Countess Pierre de V - "e Viel Castel was Ml I Anna ter of Mrs. Sidney Dillon RI; le married a little more than a yea' .?.go at her mother's country place at !?' 1 Long Island. Mrs Ripley, who i ufy around the world, and is booked to s&ll for New- York M D> jombl Another cabL ar.no incement frcm ab-oad Is that of the fngus- f MiM garet Ismay. who Is well known In New York a6 the daughter of I ? ^hsi- raan of th? Line, and of Mrs. Is may. who wa Florence Schleffelln. of r t;i!n R ' '-ar'- of the ?<? Dragoo? rda ' ' the I ng i my. Among tho?e wh" - | - Europa wer? John B appointed Ame- - Rumania, I anl Baron Bdgai transferred from the Rust W'.i.-liinL'ton to ,n ai Mrs. ?ieorge von L I the Miases Meyer have an Ington. and -erna.nde; w.-.k a? the I -'iont. Miss Joanna A of honor at the marriage of her Caroline Aucl Fowler, son of Mi Wedi der. M ?Pell. v -- M i bridesmaid.-:. I i > David K? loh? H l:'-well Oatmor . I D ? .- and Dr. I ushers, and Harold Fowler ?rill I brother's test man. S periormed at Iba '? ti t bride's parai Auehi! rL Georgs, of the Fifth Avenue i Mrs. E C Marshall will entertain ? larg? part) it lui ?lerropolltan Club, la SSI -1 ' ? , and daughter of Mr and Mrs. J Wraj land, of East wth Btl Mr?: E. w C Arnol : ?rill give s : .--r-.eon soli, i' ? ighter of II - I -ert Taylor Var Mrs Charles E ' has hataagl Imitations fon ar I " Ifra. Treads - f Haslam, r-t it Louis Mr Ry son of Mr snd Mr? '" Upban. Ely, r f Brooklj n Hel -? a.th Durlttf the last couple r'.'mlnen* I ? ;? rot urn from '? Uva OB ' ?at? :. ?tighter of the late Mr a- I Knspp. was married yc-ster.lay afternoon In the ibytsrtan Church, to rmuhll. eon of \ uiidt-rmuhll, of Ko ."? Waat Hat street ay was perton - tsr. Mass . brother of the bride. tl ??Jed by Mrs. G R'.char ' of honor, an.? by MISS ? maid of honor T .?? Will.am E. Rappa' and the ush?rs srsri Hor-blower. Kenneth P Bttdd, Arthur Vi.ndermur.ll. Oliver C. Raynolds. Hardenber.Th. jr. Roheit 11 de I and George H Richards A r> aras held nf'er th? ? tl ' IBs Of Ml ? M ' - -?ell. a list? r of the ?-ride, at N" i s'reet. The -Tlde?rocm was graduated 'roT I PhlJ? ' Nov. tL?OM |t Peter's of ono of the most ? -, . ' ?er of the Brttlah c?.>nsul. and ? ? i rsmony a " ght Rev. Phlll > M rfhtnelander. ,t p. ? iMjrtvaal i i) . irch NEW .YORK FROM THE SUBURBS. \ n . ..... | srastas I ?i nailon? of water .lally. VUitora to i1?? ? city ?- 'Of any larf? si...? .t| . - u?'? of v :?; New Teik BBS| 1 I tai the ?i..., art ; rtaua lo.? at ih.?i Usa V?, Vori j.incurs of ' ihatf ?r? ara put In ? > llOfl (oi 10 f? ?n.. t bright si ?,t indllag tr .'??:?? la avn-i.il ;n th.- n?\s Tors Basai i ?' b....... n , ' ? n.,r idsaisiatrattaa ba.) i?-tn gattiag i no. in??, naay si ?tii.-ii assn ?s-aaahb ess : iiii. stTtha braaght sat u? a"*? d?iiu? ??.am Spilnt-n?, l lUpttblli m PRESIDENT'S COLD BETTER Cabinet Meets at White Ko''se? Four Ministers Roceivrd. Washington, Wo? IL?F thna In more th.m seven j^ar* I I of Um si '* i?o;.v ? Instead <?f I i lent Taft'a cold ; - B> hls phyi him rot to ver | ' the ? ? -mbers were I the v ? was , held In th Is for d the kind were broken to dent Taft four ratals ?? ?y foreign ? B ? btj though f ? aerara! year? I Washington aa Is! from, leas?-: of bis country from c. m ? a r?^ public, was obliged to presen ; denti.i ? " . P ' Haj tl, and Dr. Fausto i ? ' : ndui i Mf. Bakhinetleg, the new- Ambassador ?a, has arranged to r tocto* tary Knox on Wedr? pragsi i soon aft : i as suits President Taifa | JO IMPROVE FIFTH AVENUE A. W. Brunner Heads Now Ad? visory Commission. ly -^* ? aria chosen ve?terda> *? r I \ ? .. T \' State- i ? chief ? ' ? mala ar.- the otbar n n v>i|| eo-opera Boro ; ? ? ?ii; itlona el street wtdenlag * ,! ai Improvs?nts ' 1 ' ?elghl rsctts-J the utility ami geaut) Of Fifth ?? ? if the rommisalon baa lu r<-? b> nag* r-prtag Mi MeAi en) bj .(.? with him In lag oui tor physical Im - -n ?- ?'"" cailon >?.-i. i.i.v I ? ?-V'"- ? ? pointed out thai Berglng lb? I? ??? - I ' could ?! under the city's ?k?*8a8 power?, without special leglii*?!??1