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FUI DAY. JANl'AKY 26, 1912.
7'M* aoawpepar f? owned and pub
Utke? bu i !?? Tribune Association, O
Arn- Vor/.- corporation; p?C* and prin?
cipal pUiir of bu*i?r-s,<t. Tribune Build?
ing; ?To. IM .Yfl??oM Afreet, W*** ^'ork;
Vffden M. Ileid, president; Cond? Ham
Un, secretara: lomes il. Barrett, treas?
urer. I he iiddtt's 0/ the officer? is the
office of thi? ncspapcr. ^
Ptmat RIFTIOH "ATBP.-Br Mall. Potrt
ao* paid. out*lde of Ores?? New Toru..
l?u\ly und Boiidsy. one month. ?toe
Iiitlv ?nd Pun-lay. ?ix month?. *YJ
r*-?lly ?nd Sunday, one year. " ?
tkeUy enly, on? month. ff?0
Daily enlr. *?**< months. AOfl
r>8ll>" i.n?>. ??no year .. ?Xl
Kan-ia) only, nix month*. %tZ
Inunda) un'*., ona year .? \___\
1 ?r-Mgr, -ubirrlptlons to all countri*?? tn \**a
I nivtraal Poatal Union, Includlnr pest-*?*?.
on- Month_ $1.50 , On?- year.?17.w
fix -month?.?a.07 On? year.??????
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On? Stestfe.?102 ? On? year.?12.-0
On? month.? BO I On* year.?10.OB
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Oa? month.I .70 One year.M-??
Entered ut the Pestftfflc? at New York a?
Second v'lasa Mat) Matter.
CONOREHk?The steel tariff bill was
reported to the Houae Prom tho-Commlt
t?***- on Ways and Means, with majority
and mino-.iy statements.
FOREIGN.?Th? Imperial government
0< Chin,i accepted the offer of a responsi?
ble foreign financier to advance money
for paving off the overdue loan coupons.
Yuan Shih-ka' was created a mar
qti-i. Tin final hatch of elections
to the Reichstag showed that the Social?
ists would be no strong in the new At**
(Wrnblv. ===== France and Italy agreed on
principle In the sc-;tiemetit of the Man?
on hn Incident; the twenty-nine prisoners.
Mrwaver, warn not released = Win
sfon Churchill rim liord of the Admit'
eltj. decided to make his H*>nie Knie
sddre?s in Belfast on February 8 in a
hull othar than Hinter Hall. 1 - - Mont",
negrin immigrants to the United State?
?were ptated to have subscribed $200.000
?o a republican movement at Ottlnje.
it, * rour men remained one hour and
thlrty-iiva minutes In a monoplane at
Johcmnisthal, creating a record.
DOMESTIC?The Puke of Connaught
?was received by President Taft at the
"White House and took tea with Mrs.
Tuft. the President returned the call at
the British Embassy, where Ambassador
Bryca gata s dinner and reception In
honor ,-f the Duke : Tho Secretary
of W,?r or,If red the army engineers to
proceed with ?M building of h dam at
Trov. X, T.; th?.- queetloa of control <>f
snv surplus water power will be settled
bv the coarta s= The State i'ommis
sioner of Eduo-ulon ordered the read
tni-Mon *>f unvaecinated children to the
{Mean. V. Y., aoboola The govern?
ment, surprised the indicted packers on
trial at Chicago by offering in evidence
?reekly margin ?heels showing the
Quantities of meats shipped into each
t rrltorj PoHce officials of Kansas
City i?--*ti'ied oefore the Indianapolis
grand Jury that explosions wer" ar?
ranged by others than McManlgal and
the McNatnaras Governor Dix was
too ill to leave Albany to attend the Car?
dinal Farley rect ption In New York and
11 : onsult Murphy about appointments.
Qovernor Poss gant a special mes
agge lo 'lu M tasarhusetta Legislature
urging an Investigation of the Law
k ranoe mill strike. -- Isaac U- Swei
n gnr<i. former general superintendent of
II the Philadelphia ft Reading Railroad,
r ,,t San Lacla, Kin., from the. effects
Of an Injury from s cattish. *. '?', ' Joseph
If, crown was inaugurated Oovarnor of
Georgia, ??!>< eeodlng Moke smith who
aloe Brown's sueceaaor.
CITV. Stocks were dull, hut gener?
ally high. r. The Dochaas of Con
naught .ml Princess Patricia, during the
absein-* ? :* the Duke in Washington,
spent th* ?lav in ? rial activities and at?
tended the opera for a brief while In th?
afternoon and again at night, following a
dinner lr their honor at the house of
Air. and Mrs Ogden Mills Re?d, at which
l'i- Bident ,lad)ev of Yale Cniverslty was
on?- of the guests. = All subway ne?
gotiations were held up pending a con?
f?rer -?? between Mr. Coleman. counsel
for the Public Bervi-ce Commission, and
Mr. St'tson. coonaol for J. P. Morgan &
Co., who -\ ni handle the bonds if the
Interborough and ?he city come to terms.
= ^_- Imposing ccremonleo v\ere held at
St. Patrick's Cathelral In honor of Arch?
bishop Parley's elevation to tha Cardi?
nalat*. " " One of the three vaults of
the Mercantile Safe Deposit Company
vas opened for tie first time sine?-, the
Equitable Building lire, and securities
worth millions were found intact, -
Mayor Oaynor delivered an address or.
"Sttn.y'" to the graduating class of Pub
He School 160. The annual rate of
the dividend on the common stock of the
<"hi?,,?*??. Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad
.?lii.-d from 7 par cent to 5.
THI WTEATHBR. -Indications for to?
day: I'nir and slightly warmer. Tha
Umperatnre yeaterday; Highest, 2.'i de
gi-i-f- lowest, H. ' ".
it i- evident thai the Democratic
majority in the lions*? of Representa
tires Uns no intention of undertaking
at this session anything but ti pro forma
revision of tin* taiifT for pol?tica only.
D?mocratie loaders when tbej set g-orai
from Whahlagtou profane a burning de
.- sire f.? reliovo the burih'iis of tho con?
sumer l.v redoclaf duties oa Imports.
But their policy in ObBgTegg is to ?1 void
? Toiinj; any reductions which ?re likHy
tu become effective through the I'resl
dent'K approval. They are Brach room
anxlou?? to nursi? the tariff ?gave ; l?.n*_r
for use In the Presidential campai?!!
than they arc to ??ale <|?-vvn duties in
any -schedule.
The President I1.0 iim?l?- it plain that
be will appro-?!' rpdnettotti in the iroal
tw'licdule which ma) be justified i>y tn?
Tariff Board's recent report. Re also
gtands ready to consider ?m their merits
Changea in other schedules whii-h the
Tariff Roiird has had an opportunity to
lnvf?*iieate. .\ rpport on cotton will
?Km be available, and following that h
report on chemicals. The Democrats la
the House themselvos determimil the
order whirl) the board luis followed in
its lni|ulrl<?e. They ptMtd I woo] bill,
and then a cotton mid chemicals bill.
They tire now in a position lo nee the
new* material furnished by the board to
?-..rivet the miscalculations which they
made when depending upon their own
inward illumiuation. Hut instead of
yiing back t<> wool they liare attempted
I slapdash revision of the iron and steel
oehedule, and when (hat Is Imiimed
through ih'-y intend to take up soine
other schedule on which they will not
I??* hampered by data likely to expose
their blunders of Judgment,
if tin- majority la the Hounci Intends
merely to Joggle with the tariff for po?
litical purposes it ought to lie merciful
enough to i.rin? the seegloo i<> an early
?-mi. ii can rueh Its new "popgun"
gcbedulea through the House, pass the
appropriai ion hills and bring al-oiit an
adjournment before the national ?onven
1i?iii> nieof. Xo Democratic candidate
fur Presiden 1 could well afford tg have
the presoni Houae of Beptnoentattoos on
hu hands, The New- Jersey Legisla tun
ha plMlged its?df t.. go bome early.
Our <*v. 11 Legislature Is thinking of let?
ting the publie off egtay this year. Why
shouldn't Congress recognize th<- futility
?f prolonging n session iuteuded merely
to give Democratic politicians ?> ebanc?
I?, fxploll their uii\*rll?iiir.'n?-** or i'" -*
parity to do irions business?
/ iVORITE 80X8.
S??n;itor Kenyon"? indorseiu*>ut pf Sena?
tor t'uinmii.s's candidacy for ?bt Itepub*
licau Presidential nomination i*? ?
grnecful tributo to the vitality In poli
tic* of lli-i* ancient inslitufi??n "Tbe
Fiivorlti* S??n." In f*iirli?*r days, when
there were fewer states anal state prkle
xx-.te more pronounced. M was a common
practice for the politician? of a common?
wealth t?> honor one of their number by
putting him forward as a Presidential
aspirant. Tb? reelpieul ol tbo compli?
ment was pleased, tin* state was adver?
tised and the favorito son'? managers
were often In a position to make an ad?
vantageous arrangement for the trau**
fer of his FBtB on I Inter ballot !<? some
more powerful candidate.
Mr. Kenyon cites tin* case of William
P. Allison, to whom Iowa's ?Monates
more than OB???? cave their voles in na?
tional conventions. B? was a somewhat
exceptional favorito son. for be enjoyed
a wide Influence In national affairs ami
was well equipped for tbe Presidential
office by long and intimate acquaintnn????**
with the machinery of legislation an?:
administration Hit* iindoobted nralla
bliity made ids candidacy something
nion? than a demonstration of local eon*
lidenee and affection, and it may be
that Mr. Kenyon meant to intimate In
his exr-eodinffly diplomatic statement
that Mr. Cummins poaaesMd qunlltiea
tions w-hieh lifted him, like Senator Al?
lison, above the rack Of local candidates.
Yet to support a rresi?|ential aspirant
chiefly becUUSfl he is "an lowan of
whom th?* state may well bo proud'' is
to put him back in the category in
which so many local <o]ohrities bat?
figureil for a time In the balloting In
national convent ion*-. Th? ????untn is
now s?? large ami so fur cured of thn
provincialism of former ?lavs that d?m?
onstrations In behalf of a home favorite.
M Web, have pretty well fallen into dis?
use. I'nless an aspirant ?an make h
broader appeal than that, effort? In his
behalf at?* wasted. Ind?-??d. if a candi?
dato be strong enough to command the
attention of tbo nation h<? may oren be
able to ignore a hostile sentiment at
home, aa Mr. Cleveland did suites'*fully
?n 1*902, No favorite son candidacy:
?an pet far nowadays utiles* it has ele- J
monts of strength entirely dissociated
from merely local popularity an?l '?is
With an anti-Tammany majority In
the Hoard of Aldermen somothlne tuny
??oiiio of Commissioner Kosdiok's report
in favor of regulating the taxicab busi?
ness so us t.. protect Ihe public from ex?
tortionate ?barges. The most Importan!
suggestion Mr. FOOdlCk makes ?s tli;?t
for ?loins: away with the private Stands.
Those an* utt?*rly without warrant or
excuse. It is absurd for tie* ??by to per?
mit hotel and other proper!.?, owners to
let out space on the public streets in
front of their property a*- rrtandt* for ih??
taxicab companies, Th?. ?.*.?,.,.?.. belong to
tin? public, and if there is any revenue to
be ?lorived from their use as cabstand
it should co to the city. The r??vonii?*
which is <lcrlve?l from tlie-i stands is
?riven hy Mr. Fosdtck as |300,000 a year.
That sum ?-ornes out <>f tbe pocket- ?.*
I taxicab users, for Hi?* taxicab coin?
| panics iiave to make their ?hartes
j higher in ?irder t<? pay the rent on these
With public Ktandl ami reasonable
rulos whi.'h wotilil prevent tbe nece-sity
?>f taxicab? running so much of tin? time
empty, and with ofljkclal regulation "f
??harp?-**!, the worst evils of tin? pmenl
system, or lack of system, would be
ended. Rut even so there is no reanon
to hope for a millennium of low rates.
The taxicab will probably always 1?* gp
expensive vehicle f??r tbe lame reanon
that the private automobil? proves ex?
pensive to its owner, original coal and
repairs are a larfre Item, and the life ?if
a motor vehicle with anything less than
careful bandUng is not ion?-'.
QERMA V l~l~RTY P7((>7;r 1 if in >
The <*oinj)osition of the new German
parliament is now sufficiently known to
give assurance of rigorous conflicts i>"
tween the rapporten and th?? oppunen s
of tiie government. \ev??r wen* forces
so evenly divided, and never wore the
propapandists of protest *-<? numerous
and so aggressive. The question therefore
naturally arises what each of tIn- chief
parties stands for. what it is ploilge?! to
attempt and what it Is likely f?> attempt
to ?1??. The answer must in a measure*
In* speculative, f??r the reasons that in
Germany as in the United states par*
th'S do not alwa.vs fulfil their anto-ile
tiou promt???, and that the necessities of
forming coalitions in OfdCT to COMrtTUOi
and maintain a majority may and prob?
ably will c'**uso sum?* c??mpronilsos of
minor principles.
The Conservatives and Tree t'onser
vatives aim t?> maintain tbe present ?>r
d?*r of Iblnga th? protect iv?? tariff, ti*>
autocnitic pfiwcrs ??f the ?SmpePor, in
creased almamente, a rlgoroua foreign
policy, colonial expansion and unreleu;
ii.c'repH'ssion of democracy, socialism
and everything contrary to tin? reign of
th.? Gods of Things As They Are. The
Centrists, ?>r Clerical?, take tubstfntlall*
the sain?* grand, with th?* addition of
stron?; opposition not merely to Hadh-al
ism hut oven to nu-dorat?? l.iheralism a*i
the enemy of the Roman i'alhoii,?
Cburcb. The Conservatives, the Pre.*
Conservativei ami the Centre form??ii in
the inst Retehotag the ''blue-black bloc"
trblcfa supported the government, and
there Is no reason for doubting that th??
same coalition will bo f??rm?*d again.
The National L?benla ?ir.* als?, in
favor of protection, though of a less ex
treme lype than thai advocate?! by the
Cons?>rvativos. ;,ml of similar mainten
anoe of armamonts and <?f foreign and
colonial poih^s. They are Utterly op*
posed to the .*-*o<ial-I*<>u.oorat?.. though
appamtly on oeonomic ui??re than po?
litical grounds. They pr??fess |.? aim at
o?|iia!ily of all ranks. CMtdl and classes.
though they huvo not ?lways **hOwn
much /.oal iu s??ekihg it. There is. ?,,.
deed, only <?ne iiiip?.rt;int obstacle t?
thoir co-operating with the "blue-black
bloc." and that is th??ir invoieruie hatred !
of and aniairoiiisin to Clericalism ami '
the Ontr??. The thn*?. Radical gra*jp*
which are now unll???| uro little more
than advanced ?berall, with th? addi?
tion of tin? prineipl.'s ?,i r.al popular
n'pres.-ntatioii. responsibility of minis
tors t.? parliament, graduated direct tax?
ation and a r? form .?f th.? Prussian fran
??his?? syst,?m. Tbey are ?mit?? able I??
form at bast a t.i.ti?**?! coalition with
th?? National Liberals.
The Sik-iul-Doni.Hrats tit tin* only
pjrly which ?lid not at ?..,.?,. M|)||l m
port th.* goveramenl in the last Itejcbu
la-,* and the <?ul.\ one wliieh is practi?
cally cortMin I1..I I?. support it now. An
?.* bave explained, the) are more demo?
cratic than soiialist and more diBtruc
! the. or at least protestant, than cot
S struct i ve. They oppose great militar
j ,'irnianients and colonial exploitation IB
'demand free Made, Compl?te partis
' mentar? ?overnuient. universal nuffrag
i for both sexes and various ?udleia
economic and p?illtical reforms. Th
I characteristic prlneiplea of socialism ?
?opposed to democracy do not? hnwovet
?appear (xmaplcoonaly, if at all, In thd
i programme.
Prom this outline gurrey it seem
likely that a fairly "stable coalition i
support of the government will be sr
cured po long as certain extremely cor
troreraial Issues are avoided, and tha
i majority ngalaai the Boeial-Democral
will I?* ?Hsily maintained. Inder stiel
circumstances, however, caution is likel;
to i?.- the order <>f the day. and it is pro!
nl.le that n?.t many matters of first da?
Importance will he taken up. but onl;
those Oh which four or rive different pal
nos can BubetantlaUy agree. Such go*
ernineiits of compromise arc not genet
glly of great advantage to the state.
VOR I \Kl\l>.
Mr. KokOVteoff, the Prime Minister 0
Russia, musl have paid more attonti?l
to sonic of the flamboyant utterance
of members of Congreoo than to thi
President's message to the Senate If h?
thinks thai Hie act of gbrogatton of til?
RtlSSO- American treaty of \W? wn
either unjusl or unkind, and in his refer
ence to the iir-*t article of that treats
and his Intimation that abrogation i
Inconsistent with It ha seems lO mimp
prebend Ihe attitude of this covem
It is ii"t pertinent to complain tha
the president sough! abrogation of Hi'
treaty without Russia'"? bavins: given hin
just ground for such action, for the res
-??on that in fact do Specific ground Is
required though if it were, not Russti
bul the progress of events has fully sup
plied it. Tho treaty provides that H
shall remain In force until a year gftei
"one of the high contracting partie
"shall have announced to the other, hi
"an official notification, Its Intention ?<
"arn-st i he operation thereof." Then
l-s no need of any statement of specif!?
cause. Either nation Is at liberty lf
withdraw from the convention af will
on simple notification of the fact, with
?nit the least offence. That i? the cx
pHeit Intimation o? the treaty itself.
Tho President did n??t specify the
cause of abrogation which fhe Prime
Minister reems to impute to him. Re
simply stated the perfectly well recog?
nised fact that the treaty was an oM
one. thai it was no longer fully rospon
sive in various respe?'!" to the needs o|
the poutic.nl and material relations of
the two countries, and that it had given
rise from time to time t?i various contro?
versies equally regretted by both g?>?
ernmenta. Nobody In either i?uss?;i nt
America will undertake t<? contradi?*!
thai statement, nor can It reasonably h
denied that il Implies nhurnlnnl crouud
for gbrogating the treaty and for seeklni
the negotiation of a new one which shall
l?e better suited to pref.cnt conditions.
/ \\T\SI I'
lii roting to require the Presiden! to
make public ?iii recommendations re?
ceived by him when considering Judicial
appointments the Democratic majority
in the House of Representative? again
demonstrated its wii.i goose chasing pr>
?livities. The Constitution gives to Ihe
president the poorer of appointment, and
when he sends fhe name of an appointee
to the Senate f..r confirmation he fullil-i
the function Intrusted lo him. There
I might be some color f?*?r h claim ou Ib-j
part of the Senate that In Its capacity
as an adviser In federal appointments
with poorer t?< confirm or reject, II
should have before it all th?-- Information
about a nominee possessed by the Presi?
dent. Put the Senate lias never success
full) challenged the right of the Pre-i
dent to treat suggestions made to hita
about appointees as personal communi?
cations, t?. be withheld or shared IC
cording to his own Judgment.
The House <>f Representativos is n ?t
a part of the appointive power and Is
without authority to put limitations on
the constitutional use of that power. Il
caini'it order the President to make pnh
li?* his private correspondence an] more
than in? can order the Committee on
Committees of the House to publish all
the Suggestions made to It as to the e<>,n
position of committees, or the Hules
Committee to bare to view all the recom?
mendations which it receives as to the
conduct of legislative business.
The House fild not go far enough un?
der the spoil of its freakish Impulse, it
should have added n provision com?
pelling the Senate of Ihe t'nite-l Stal"s
to lay hare all the proceedings of its ev
eeutivs sessions and to publish in "The
Congressional Record" every communica?
tion, oral or written, which Influenced
! its action on Presidential nominations.
When making a fool of yourself why n??t
j go the limit v
1 CmiDRBN'8 BUM l(
The best argument In favor of senator
Borah's hill I<?r the establishment of n
children's burean In the Department of
Commerce and Labor is furnished by the
nature of the opposition to it. led le.
Senators from Soiitln rn slates, where
the greediest exploitation "f child labor
is still permitted by law. In Senator
Overman's state North Carolina?mill
owners are allowed to work their child
operatives eleven h'.urs a day. A fod
eral Inquiry revealed shameful coniii
ti?nis in S'Hithern mills, and there is
much unwillingness to have .*? bureau
created whose business it would bo <?>
keep the public ('?instantly informed as
i to the welfare t-f children. Senator
1 Bonh'S tart rejoinder to Senator
Bailey's Objection to having children
placed on the same level as pigs, that
the purpose of his bill was to raise the
chU-dren to the level of pigs, -tm*- entirely
to the jRiint
The objection of paternalism is ah
j suni. Paternalism is Inevitable In re?
gard to Children. The notion once pre
j vailed that it was not. There ?rag pUU
' lie tniwllllngiiess tO Interfere with the
"freedom" of contract between children
jand their employers. What happened
while the public kept Its hands coin
! pletely off forms one of the most dis?
graceful episodes iu the history Of hu?
man society,
Moreover, the only paternalism which
a federal children's bureau could exer?
cise would consist in creating an Intelli?
gent public opinion for the protection of
the young. That this *s foared by the
representatives of states which have not
adopted an enlightened and humane po ?
Icy regarding child labor aft'ords -.?imiiI ?
ground for believing in Us eff.ctiveii?
On aceoiini ,,r the nation's vital Interest !
in the welfare of it-* Children various]
methods have i,?H'n suggested of bringing
the siHles \bg\ ?,re ba?*kward in child
Isbor legists!ton to tbeir senses, one ?f
which eveu ?eut su far ail to propose *Jgg) I
OXriUtrion from interstate coinmeree of
the product? of child tabor, ft Mroredl*
would not be an extreme step fo? th?* na?
ilon l" e\?r?ise an intim nee for the pro?
tection i?f children through siwh a bureau
as Senator lorab'a bill contemplate?.
<?ne thing that the butter boycott
might ?ccomplteh if per?l?t?d In long
enough is to aceUUtOn* the public to tbfl
Use of substitutes. 'J'hese are many.
They consist of nutritious fats flavored
to simul?t?* butter, Who?? preparation
Is entirely sanitary and WhOM general
use would have n<> bad effect on heiil'h
an?l ?inly a good effect on th? house
b0?der*S pocfcetbOOk. These are tbe rob*
stinues f??r lubie butter. For butter used
la COOkIng there is a still greater ?> a
liety of substitutos, made of various oil?
that are cheaper than butler hut said to
be equally adapte?l I?' COOklng.
Probably Ihe average household uses
butter for cooking Hhero some cheaper
fat would ?.orve the purpose equally
well. City people keep few pr??visions
in stoek. and it is simpler and easier ??>
use butter when? cheaper substitute.*!
would answer than to have on hand two
kinds of fats. Laws have oporaied
somewhat to prevent the use of snlisti
tute-a for butter on bread at the table*.
But prejudge has been a greater factor,
prejudice and inertia. Habit controls in
the ns.? of food. Th.? ?vinservalism of
the kitchen is th?* greatest ally of food
forest a Hers and sptvnlafors.
Shall Mr. Bryan be "knocked into a.
cocked hat'"? Na\*. IM) ' Not at all! Kar
from It! He l?a more than ever before
the "one fixed point" in tho Democracy
sin"<? he defended Governor Wilson re?
throwing Colonel HarvOJ overboard!
Mayor ?".Hypor ndvlseja th?? n?*hoolboys
to ?Vconir* farmer . Let them produce
butter and grow rich.
So the presentation copy" of ?,,
writer's works falls itito Ih?* class of th?
p;?st?*r of a foreign hotel on a aultcase!
A bin i?hs bee? Introduced in the
llaseachusetts Houae ?if Repr?*s?*ntaii\es
to permit the city of Boston to appro?
pri?t?*, monay tor the maintenant*- ,!
.m i|?era bouse and to give the munici?
pality representation on its board of
manager*- Is this to he the opening
v erice for ..perra sung In tho language
of a majority of the taxpayers?
Midnight racers In automobiles now
and then meet witii their deserta, ft
Is no? pleasant to hear of their g-ntinr;
killed or maimed, but that Is far lefta
unpleasant than to bear of their killing
or maiming other people.
The namburg'American Rteamshlp
Company is Increasing Its capital by
???. "..">? ?.??**<?. in order I?? provide for ad?
nitioiiKi service bv sray ?*f the Panama
Canal, and is building ? new vessel of
16.500 fins to ply between New V?rrk
and Valparaiso. Announcement? of cor?
respondlng enterprise In America are
coneplcuoua for their non-ealatence.
A guinea pig horn to be ?.i* leected can?
not be hurned <?r <lr?>w n? 'I
An aeroplane In Germany ha
up In tb<* air oib? bom end ? half ?'?rii
tslnlni un aviator end three passengers.
Pu bit? confidence In . ? roplanea would be
inspired by such IneM? nts ?is this if H
wer. not f?.r the fool.? who psislsl in
coming tumbling ?lown from the * k i. * s
srhere they have been doing circus
?tunta The* keep up aviatton'a rep?
utatlon of beim afl extremely haaart
i ill TALK f?l' I III n l ..
x ? ?,. ??
r? p rt"i bj th?- managor si tbe Qrand
(?per? iiniiii?? in Paris. M llagnere, ? tea?
<>r. who, after careful training, had bivn
accepted for leadlna parta, and who, a*
cording to the report, had "appeared to
?????'ii advantage al treme rahearrale," aa
s?. Dvereonu bj tiluiit a i. n .? i. , i
audience tlial "he trembled In raven
limb, and his troica could not be m cued
from the tremolo of fright " On lh( ?I ;
foUowlng be appeared h Leberigrln, an?i
again his voice, forsook him h?*.**
nervouaneM, oui ,?n?*r the eecond act hi
cas** was pronou.i Inciuable ? n.i i :
I'.?Kin. Hen ri .mil 1 "111,1,111.?. look lilia ?il?i e
"i shsll pnraoe s I? m ?itan?*. i ??'! profei
slon," (*?:? l?l the man w lr i? ntsge fright, "and
?ali-all li'Kln with aviation."
Patience They .-Hy he i*.,?*, t;ik?-u *i. u on
th?- t ii in.
Patrice liideedl w i,a? na tin* matter?
'??h, be ate too much In h dining rai "
"Ohl is he ?? il'h ;? that." fonkera
a man who Inas ?m office in the Tribune
Building received from h friend a. picture
taken in a Southern camp late In the ? i.u
War. it eran accompanied i>y ? noteetatlng
that the picture had "turned up la an
ol?l ?l?n liment box " It ?Aas carefully
wrapped la a copy <?r Tbc Tribun? of .im?
Ma is??*;, whli h w.i'. in a p. rfOCt plat.* nl
prc?i,rvation except where tin? picture
frame h???i punctured it. The paper hau the
new* of ti??? arrival <?f the ?;i..?i Kaatern
end th?* news et the suoceeeful laying of tbe
Atlantic cab!??. An editorial taya In port;
"The cabio aeross Ihe Atlantic oonneotlng
th? Old World an?i the Ken is an pcesm?
pllshed fact, and x\e are aMa to publish this
iiiorntng Knropeaa sevra oal) tin.Ux?
?.id in bus than ?i area? ara aspect to
print every morning Un* Important Euro?
pean new? of ti??? da) balers."
"Would you want your wife, or \ our
m'rthir or vour sister to have 1 ? ? tninRlc
with men at the pulls.'''
"i can't aea why it would be anj worse
than mingling with them in overcrowded
? era i*hi? ago Reeord-HeraU.
\'tr?;itii.-i will depart from one of her oiu
cur turn-, ,iti<) If an aatMreatlnf t'lll of?
fered by I?elegate \\ It I'll/hugh. ..f
Northampton, become? ? law the Old Do
minion, the homo of hospitality, will take
a back seat, nei.-j?,t.< Pltshugh Is .in en.
any of tin? d?*m??n ruin, an.I be luis feotlM
forward ?with a hill srhkh win make obso?
lete the oldtlme ami familiar **Ia?t*S have
one." Mor? than that, whenever a gentle?
man shall see a thirsty wayfarer along
the hit.lr.vay, and shall Invite him to par?
take Of the Virginia Julep, and the friend
?hall say, "I ?lon't rnr?? If I ?I??," the gen?
thin,m satsadfag the invitation win make
blmmlf liable to a tine of i:Z Ami no <||s
pinsaiy ?,f exhilarating beverages is to
allow any treating lo be ?lone.
S!i. I ni atraiii I cannot man v you ;
wain a man who possesses a noble ambl
lion, one whose heart Is set on attaining
some hlKh and worthy object.
He?Well, don't I want you"
Sh.? uh. ?borge, darling, I am ?otir-?'
I'."* ton Transcript.
It now becomes the duty of the patriots
of ?'hlna to formulate a national anthem.
and cevi ral scholar? are ?-aid t?? be busy on
?he task. The Japanese national anthem
was the product of the Japan? s.* r.*\,,iii
tlon, an'l If are ?nay fudge from the follow
lug translaiii.n || I,;, seme distinct psetlo
m? i Ii
i ntu this ?*raU si mad,
Tossed by ?ach wavetet'i freak
firow to ? cloud-girt peak,
Towering al?ove the land,
l'util this dewv flake,
Heading thi> blosaom'a unid
.Swell to ? might?- Ink?*
Ag?- upon aiti' Untold,
b-A |o joy manlfoM.
add tor our Boverelgn'e sake
? it la to i*? hoped thai the fktnasi ..,? t.
?rsill-tak?? their time," sijr? The DundM
?idraittssr." "Th?re is no hurry, and It
would he a pity :?? spoil ths work by pre?
cipitan?'.. "
WIllU- Wonder'whal all the animals did
during thos. loi iv <t;ivs in the ark
I Tommy?Oh, they Just lay around and
i scratched thelrselvsa, I guess. ,,
Willie-Scratched thelrselves nothln !
What'd they scratch for when there was
only two fleas??Basten Transcript.
Elm Planted in Central Park by Ed?
ward VII When a Boy Still Living.
To the Kdltor ?if The Trlhunr.
Sr, : During his visit In 18?0 to our ('i,v
the Prince of Wales planted on the Mall
In ?'entrai Park, southwest of the music
Stand sad abOUl fifty yards directly south
of the O. w. Burnham bronze group, and
lu-ar ths ?Irlve on the west ?dde O? th*
Moll, an AuMrieaa elm and nn Baalish
j oak emblematic of the two powerful na
ti.->ns soon t?i celebrate the centennial ef
the signing of the Treaty of Ghent In De?
cember, LSI I. a hundred years of peace.
AeeonpanM by the Puke of Newcastle
iind other members of his suite, the prln?**?
arrived on th.- Hall early Friday afternoon.
October 12, and aras received by the five
l?ark commissioners. Samuel If. Rlatch
ford, rhlef of the commission, addressing
the yonnK and handsome Knsrlish prince of
eighteen, said:
The commissioners of the ?*.>ntral Park.
i?, whom the state of x.-w York, has.ln
trusted the construction Of tills Rient
pies are ground for the people, have re
I quested t"?' t" ask vou to do thein th*
favor to plant her., two tress ??n?- an Eng?
lish oak. the ?win?'! an Amerh-an ehn. They
tiusf these trees win lona flourish and re
iniiin a lastlns memorial of your visit to
this city ainl this park.
Andrew II. Green, the controller of ''en?
trai Park, assisted the prince In placing
the two trees in position, the holes having:
hei.n previously prepared for their recep?
tion. The prime was provided with a ni?"*
new spade, with which he threw sunVlent
earth around their mot?!. Brat planting the
elm and then the oak.
The elm dl<! flourish, and is not surpassed
In beauty of form by any tree of Its ag*e
and kind in '"entrai Park, but the oak was
not ,i ?uccees, hein?-? (marled and stunted
In growth The oak stood some twenty
yards directly north of the elm and about
twent] yards west ?if a fine walnut whl'-h
wan planted In UP* hy Washington Irving
and Is at pi?-sent an exceedingly* handsome
and healthy tree
The prinOS always displayed an interest
It, them, and early in 1W, at Cannes, made
Inquiries about the two trees from the
present writer, as he did on a later ?**?? -
| ? aslon. also Speaking of the walnut rlanted
Iby ininc in November, iw&, after ovary*
I ?bin? p.issllile had been dono to save the
oak, it died and vas eut down. Securing
a sufficient piece of the tree for the pur?
pose from the Park < ominlssioner, the
writer ord.-reil ? dozen paper knives made
from H. seii'lin? one to the late Kin?, who
expressed much pleasure In receiving the
little memorial "f his wall remembered
* . our gn ??i metropolis in Octetx r, 0?9,
N'en* York, .inn. ?S, IStt,
To th? Editor of The Tribune.
sir: While a multitude in the capital?
Mlers and their friends, members of
Congress who s. rk. the favor of voters an?l
others -?are seeking for an Increase of pen
sen- for Civil War veterans, the vast mul
tltude ?>f American cltl/.ens an- qulel la the
?i . i.l?.?t opinion that |l50,sae.NS Is a nmg
iiiii. ? nt -mu to pay out snaually f<?f pen
ii N
Presldenl Tail In i?is recent measags on
em?-len.-y Intimates thai 'he Individual >*im
BSn has SB interest in what th?- govern
in. nt spend ? "Kvery economy," he saga?
"Will mine to tin- bell'lit of the Rov.-rn
,11,1111 and .?i the poople." Ils adds! "We
went i,, .-..-.i- a,??ii - to snaMs ths govern?
ment lo no into some ?if the bo-neffRlal
projects which we hi-?- debarred from talt
intr m. becauas ere ooanol Incrsass our ?x
pendltursi Projects -*ffe?-t.ing ths public
h-ealtb, t.w public w??ik- sud other bane
ftcial actlritles ??f government can he fur
thered If we are able t?> net a dollar of
ralue for ever) dollat of tin- government
mom s which w? expend." '
l'util the lip*.-?nt annual penstoo appio
lon - is oonatderabl) diminished no
furthei extension! should i? mad< Poll
I ti? h..-? tint'h to do with any Other po:si?
ll, ,u ,,ii ths perl of our lawmakers
Metu? hep. S. J . Jan. IS, till
? 'in the Editor ol The Tribune.
.-it i sr.? that th<- Henate Pension Com?
mittee plan Is to allow pensions aooordlng
11?, age ind term of eervtce. The ase part is
all rieht, but not the other. Take the caso
of ths man who enlisted in May, lift,
fought at Hull RUB act lost nn arm anil
. rqonth after. Another
enlisted In IM3, i?.? c|\?-,i state ati?l govern
tin-nt bounty, perhaps two or three times,
?.nt Anally serv-sd to ths end of the war,
!?? rhsps malingering In hospital most of
th? time Vnother dM not enlist at all,
but arai caught by ths draft and xa.**?- per?
Srvice f"r two years. I? not the
short term man ti,?* m??st cnilti?'?l toconsld
? ration?
Then then* are m.inv thousands of pen?
sioners who .-?re draartng (M salatles from
tin- government, who cannot i?- discharged
bemuse the) s re veterans. BhouM they
coins Into Pie dollar-a-day e)aaa* i think
the mow > that would be reQUtred under
the House bill i?i much overestimated Th?'
Old ."hli'-is in?- ?IviiiK off fast (f??ur in 0M
day in th" New Jersey bom?, laxt week),
and i thini; that by the tiras all ths applt
rations for Increaas are In "Taps" win have
been sounded for more than half who win
be llvltiK when the lie? law I..-?nines oper
Peeksklll N. v . Jan. '.'1, lilt
To the Kdltor of The Tribune.
.-n it appears to mi thai vvh.it our ? ?mu?
tt .* needs Stool at the present time Is not
the recall for our Judaea hut a cuii-otr for
the ; wann of agitators and demagogw hi
the people.
i.* nbrook, S. v.. .tan. *.'(, IMS.
To thS Kditor of The Tribun?-.
Sir: Isn't It true that th.? tariff, not
bravely, ???? it eeetned, Ignored In last even
inn's speeeln-H, is more to us women than
rotes 1 it represents Industrial conditions
that stand for frugal, honest and saunre
Uvtng. it is a vital qusstloii how much we
pay for What WS and our families eat and
wear, and also whether when vve ro away
we ?'an step ??n ?mi native ihores as ladles
not as nispeetsd shoplifters. And don't lei
us Huagtnc that with th?. v..t?- gles women
will get what th.y want. Nice iu> n don't.
if they did, Mr. Benaard srould now i?e our
Mayor and Mr. Stlmson our ? '??'.? inor And
women are not all nice.
Not long fiRO the women of New Zealand
rotad down certain social ami moral r -
forms for which altruistic men had beOU
working for years Th.?y did It becaUaS
they -Acre lu politisa If women revolu?
tionize?! themselves aii<I Rave the country
"sweeter maiuicrs" men would rIv.- the
country purer laws.
it doesn't tatter half as much lust how
vot?is rote ait'l for whom ami what they
vote, a crowd doeen't always mean much
bsyOUd Curiosity und discontent. If th< n
Is discutent and If there Is a Statesmen
he knows it. A statesman. III;.- a doctor.
keeps hi" iim-. i- "*?i the people's pulse, or
they change do? t"t a hi sv iti-.i:.
New Voll., .1*111 ?::, I'll..
iron? 'ii,. Mllwaokee Rentla-ri
i'.i raperl tall o? Hn*t tka lush ????"t ??( in
i.iK hrlps t?i (,r" ml iii?ll*t?"?i|nii. \\o pr ?nine
that the thl. ??lin? Arab-. In ||m gtasrl ??f - ilisr?
ti,ii.t. Miah llwU Wily arc not m Jan?-r of
Teopte and Social Incidents
(from Tha* Tribun*. Biir-au. I
W.i -hington, Jan. 2?*?.- ?The President
Mrs. Taft were entertained at dinner
night by the Postmaster <*.*neral, who u
the large ilrawing rooms anil dining ro?
it Hausshsfs Thera were pink ruses
fcarnattona !,s ?eeereUsnat and asa can*
wer. shaded with pink. The Marine B.
gave n prOgratSMM which lasted throi
the evening. The guests invited to it
th?* President and Mrs. Taft were \
Taft. Rapreesatettva and Mr?. Klshc
taOngnorth, the Assistant .secretary of St
an?! Mrs. Huntington*Wlls.in. the Assist
Secretary of the Na\y and Mrs. Beckrr
Wlnthrop, ?"olonel and Mrs. Spencer Cba
Mr. and Mrs ?Carence Wilson, Viscount t
ViMountess de Slbour. Mr. and Mrs. Fran
\V. rrownlnshleld. Mr. and Mr?. Jos?
T.citer, Mr. and Mrs?. Corcoran Thorn. !
ami Mrs A Harrison Me?'.'Unlock, Mr. a
Mrs. Preston ?ilbson. Mr. and Mrs. Hon
Westcott and Mr. and Mra. Jack Wllklns
Mrs. Knox presided at the first large '
home'* given by hsr daughter-in-law. M
Hugh Knox, this afternoon. Several h?
?lre?| guestt paid their respects. Mrs. Kr
will also recel?.e with Mrs. Hugh Knox
Tue.sday. her last "at home" of the BSBSi
Mrs. Wlckersham will ?ntertaln a pai
of young people at luncheon to-morrow I
her house guest. Miss Florence Burpm.
St bl York,
- ?I
fFroin Th* Tribune Rure-oi !
Washington, Jan. 26.?The President i
reived the Duke of Connaught at the Wh
House this afternoon, lat?r returning t
call at the rtritish Embassy.
President Taft, remained In his private
brary to-day. clearing his desk prior to I
departure for New- York and Ohio the la
of the week.
The appointment of Dr. B. C. Se h road
as an additional del?gate to th" seven
International ?"engre?.?? Again?? TubOTCUl
sis, at Rome, was anneum-ed to-day.
The sentence of Toy Toy, a tJmaiil
Tndlan, who murdered Anna, Edna, a won
an doctor, for not curing his father, hi
heen commuted hy the President
Maurice Galvln. who recently resigned ;
collector of Internal revenue of the ?'ovlni
ton iKy ) dtstrbt. ha?, withdrawn his res!?,
Ex-Representative Kennedy and a deles;?
tlon from Youngatown, Ohto. will meet ti
President on his arrival in ?Cleveland nei
week and urge that the opening speech (
thin year s Presidential campaign be mad
at Toungstown, ?There Mr. Taft dellvere
his first campaign speech four years ago.
Among the White House aaHetS wer
Isnstora Rey but a, Lodge, 'Stephensor
Crane and ''urtlp. Representatives Hindi
Switcher, IfeOuire, Hanna. Mlll?*r, Picket
and FafSan. ex-Senator Be?-k, ex-Represent
atlves Hepburn and Tawney, Brigadie
?'.ener.il Edwards, Associate Justl.*e Day
Marens Braun, of New York; ?.eneral Po\<
ell Clayton, Thomas N?lson Page gat
Alvah H. Martin. Republican Nations
< oinmitternrian from Virginia.
? ' a ? ' ? ?
i fro .n Tiro Tribun*? Ban ?
"A ? hington, ?Ian. IS.?Mrs. Henry Ctewa
of Ne? York, was Ihe guest of honoi at a
large dinner party entertained to-night by
Mrs Hope Slat?*r, her hSStSSS. Mymn
Whitney, barytone, of New York, sang later
in tbe evening.
Mrs. j. itui net Crane announced to-da> at
a InnctVon the engagement of her daugh?
ter, lllaa Katherine ?'ranc. t?? Harold Sey?
mour Brown, of New York Hnd Plalnfleld,
.\. J. Miss Crane Is a debutante of two
years a:i?l suite popular. No date has been
set for the we |,ling. The young matrons
and girls to whom the engagement was an
noui?i*ei| were Ml?.*? Helen La. Brown, of
Plalnfleld ; Mis?, babel ?Tfllei. of Phila?
delphia ; Mrs. Richard P. W'hltely, Mrs. ?T*.
<". Lincoln. Mrs. A. Robert Khnore, Miss
Maitiand MarsbaM, Miss Byrne, ' mi*
Josephine Mar-nil, lllaa AHOS SUepard an?l
Miss BateUS ?'ram*.
Mr. and Mrs IMwapl .***'. Munford pre
?<*nt?"i their daughter, mi*** iCltasheth Mun?
ford. at a tea this afternoon, following with
B r?ception aiid dan?.- to-night Assisting
Mrs. Munfor?! in the afternoon were Mrs.
LaSmar, Mrs, QoodlOSr, Mrs. ThrOpp, Mrs
Hoe?, Mr- ?'hisholni. Mr.-. Qeorge A. Smith,
?Mrs. William F.. .Marshall. Mr?. Beatty *nA
j ?Mrs. Hill, while Miss fJouverneur and Ml??
j Ambler were at th?* tea table. ?fj,# debn
| tantes who were with Miss Munford for UN
evening reception were Miss Emily Beatty
I Miss Katherine ?'rane. Misa E-tte||e C?an-'
Mbs Maitland Marshall. .Mi*. Montfomery
the Misses Noyee. Miss Hltchceek, *gm?
Dorothy Taylor ;?nd others. The g?]?.,,,
for dancing Included all the young ?%??.
mats an?! young people to the numW of
Baverai hundred.
Dr. and Mr?, ?'.uy Fairfax Whiting enter
tained guests at dinner to-night for their
daughters, the Misses Whiting, aftrrwsri
taking them to the Munfonl dane?.
Mrs. Peter Coelet Gerry will give s ?mill
dance on Werinesday evening at her hem?
No. i?ij.> Fifth avenue, it wR| bo ,(.,, flr|)t
?nteitalnment ot the kind that Mr?. Oerr*.
who was Mis? Mathilde Town ?end, has
given sln<e her marriage.
Mrs. James F. D. Lanier gave a dinner,
followed hy a dance, last night at her
hOUSS in Fast ?tith street.
The sr<ond of the Cinderella eottllotn
look place last night at Sherry'?. Many
dinners wer?* given previous to th?* dance
to which the hoatesaes afterward ?Vouglrt
their guest.*", who we.? rerehed Dy Mrs. ?
??ass Taedyard. Mrs. ?'harles Tiffany, Mra
Ransom 8. Hooker and Mrs James \,
Serymaar. There was no cotillon, hut f?.
vors were given to the dan<**erB, the ???ireu
receiving silk bogs and their partt;er*. rig.
arette, cases. Among the mbscrtbCn are
Mrs. Paila- Hache Pratt, Mr- Augsst
Keckscher, Mra. *VTalt*r s. ?Turnee, jr., Mr?
John ?lailln, Mrs John Sherman rievt,
Mrs. tadsrla Oouverneur Morris ^.'*1 Mr?
Frank B. Withe-b**?
Mrs. John Aspearen gave a email d':*.n-*
I ?lance ta?t ntgtrl at her residence In l".a?t
? *j;tb ?treet for Mi-.? Caramel Carroll.'oss
I of the debutantes of ?he ataron After t'n*
oinner. wMcb ?was tsrVtd SI twe table?.
decorated with white and green, thTe W8|
general dsncfng, tBt which I number et n
tta Invitations had been laaued. Amon*;
the guesti were mi*- attdelina ,?n ! Mi??
Viola Townvend. MlM KUaabettl R Thomp?
son. Mis? Julia nick, Mlee Prancea ivyetii.
T'ndley ?'arlton and Walbridge Taft, MIm
Crania Brown, Miss VIeva r'i?-hei. Miss
Asmes i'lafliii. John Inn?*?* Kan?; aiA
Fawrep?.* AitSI
Mrs J Alte? Townseii'l |avi i ?iinner
last night at her house in Madison avenue
Among h?r guests weie In-, ra 11*1 Mrs. Pres?
ton ?Satterwhite an?l In and Mrs. Walter
K. Hambert.
Dinners were gj????? last night by Mr*,
w. toward Webb, Mrs, Charlea r Hof*
?nan and Mrs. George U Ittvea
Mr?. Jeremiah Mllh3tik give? \ ?heatr??
1 party this evening, followed by a supp#r
a? Sherry's, lor Miss ,\l*v West h ?*r See and
her flan'?*, Dr. Samu?*l Mllbank.
Mrs Henry Wolcoii Warn?r ha? a the
atre pa?t?- i'i-night for her nie,?*- M???
Viol? anl Mlaa Adeline Townscnd
Mrs. Henry ?'lews will give ,*? dinner en
Wednesday ?t her house In West Slat
Mi?. Chauneey M. T???r*e*v ?ill mve <*??*>
tiers t<i-morrow and on February * a? her
hous? in West 61th street.
Mr.- John W. Mintutn will -pre .? small
theatre party, followed by a tapper, oa
February *?. for .Miss Julia \\ . Bobbins.
[g? letagtapfe to Th* Trltrasa l
Newport. Jan. ".'.*>.?Mis? Rodgers. lister
of Captain W. I.. Rodgers. U. 8. V. irreal
?!?nt of the Naval War College, is a lffer
ing from a broken Pg *eceived while roller
skating at the Naval Training ?tSttS? on
Monday afternoon
Mrs. Roderick Terry was bOSteaS at 'a
luacbeon to-day.
Mr. and Mrs. John Dufata hav** return?*d
to New York after ? abort rlsH ! ere,
Mrs. Bltaha Dyer is a gu*-.-t of Mra
Finile Prugui?re.
Committee Seeks Contributions
from All Classes.
Those in charge of the < 'liarles Dickens
Centenary I-'uinl have tried to emphasize
that contributions Should properly come
from every class, not alone from the cul?
tivated, but from the middle classes, whose
borne iif? Dickens depleted with camco
Hke fidelity. All In all. Diekene devotees
i-iiy any on?- ?an iea?l Dickens and love
him for his great humanity. One writer
ha.s said of him that he attained his sui -
ce?s because hs wrote never for the favor?
able verdict of any coterie or clique. n<>
matter how accomplfahed; that nothing
human was alien to him; that he was in
stln? tlv.lv in touch with his fellow creat?
ures, sharing their Jovs au?l soi rows as a
brother and judRinfr all by hlx own self,
in other words applying Goethe's maxim,
"I-onk Into thine own heart and write."
The fund 1? being collected for the aid
of the five daughters of Charles Dickens,
Jr.. who died poor after a failure-not all
Ida own fault?In the* printing: business.
The women are frail and have poorly paid
places of employment, and are really In
need. Pour of them have iSi each, a quar?
ter of the QH pa?al?n left to their mother.
Jo.-eph ii Choate m chairman of the
American executive committee -it h Ich Is
aiilliiR In the ariHitRetn? tit ror the celebra?
tion February 7. Tin* treasure'* Is ('laren?*e
ii. Mackay. \?. *Bs Broadway,
Lee Keedtek, manager f??r Alfred Tsnny
eon Dickens, the son of the novelist, who
died In New York last mouth, announ.I
yssterdaj thai Countess Prances Evelyn
Warwick, wife Of the Karl of Warwick,
would led me lu Carn-u?e Hall March IJ.
The countess will lecture In forty Ameri?
can and Canadian cities on "Celebrities i
liai ? Known.'' "Woman auftrage," "Cas?
tles of Rurope" and "Present Hay British
PoHUos" and kindred euhjeeta.
President Felicitates Monarch and
Wishes Prosperity to Spain.
M: drid. Jan. President Taft .-em a
rabie SMSSS08 of ?niiRratulatlon yesterday
to King Allomo on Id- nameday, an?l the
dispatek? whose I. mis were made known
to-day, was welcomed warmly by ttie news
papers and the Spanish people. Tin- m
MgS that -'is f?ill?,v\s:
"I have meat pleasure In extendiiiR to
voiir majesty th? . ?niial felteliati'Mis of
the povernnient ami people of the I'nlted
Stales on this nusplcio i occisi?n, and my
uvmi best wishes (or \>,ni* welfare anil the
continued peace and piosperlty of ths Span?
ish kiiiKdom "
Woman Also Bequeaths Large Sum to
New Brunswick School.
Philadelphia, Jan, B.-?Bequests eggre?
ratlin? t?-O.ih?) are willed to public Instliu
tlons in the testament <>f Anna h Curvee
of this city, admitted to ?probate to-day.
Tii? iniveisitv of Penneytvania, the <:???
Bias Hospital und ths Jefferson Medical
Cotlege, ot* Philadelphie, each receive ??*?'>
'?"" to maintain tH-ds in the hospltidr-* con?
ducted la connection with their medical
schools. Ths trust?es ??' the peter Hort
rhl '?"sl?al Hall ,.t \-w Brunswick *
N. ,i.. receives t**.-,.-**-'*'. together with prop i
ertj m this city. Three oihet Philadelphia I
Institutions aie given $10,000 eSch.
Unable to Come Here to See
Murphy About Appointments.
!??? ralegtapb to Tbe Trisase.]
Albany, Jan. ?, ?-Ooveraor l?ix. to ?lay
suffered an atta<*k of BeOralgla, which n la
expected nil! confine bin t" the E&ec?QUJ
" ? i for four or Bve days HI? aeeal
tary, John A. Maaon, r-aid tbla afternoon
that the Qoearnor, according to the opinion
of his physi-iaii. returned t*? ins oBmts*
duties too BOon after his Ulneee last week.
Mr. Mason, however, ?loes not i>**llc\.* the
Qovernor'a lllaaaa la a?rions.
Til?* Qovernor had Intended to s*** to New
York this afternoon, lo attend Ihe runep
i tion in honor of Cardinal Fail**v and to
! remain in that city to-morrow and poeafMy
i Sut m .t., v. Whan the Tammany leadM?
I Citarle? F Murphy, erouM bavesehai Ml
1 see hin? concern?as the appolntmenta la tbs
pesltlona Of Health Othce* .: t
I Nee Vork and Public Service ?aannna
aloner ?it the let District
Th?? R-ord had gone *". a 1111 that tin* wc**k
end talks which Mr. Murphi bad amagad
for to-morrow and Saturday with Governor
|ii\ and ??ther Democratic leaders would
result In th?** final MectJea of the saw
Health Ofleer sad Public Bandee Cernm?.
s ,| ?a*.*?- |{.ii now. on aitoiuit <>f Ihe < ?<>v
ernvr'a Illness, ti?<? sppotataaanta will either
be still further delayed er Mr. Pi**, sal Mr.
Murphy will have t<> Biska up theh rslndi
F.iwar.l Q. Rtggs, ? poUtlcal writer, "?he
List night was ruedMsaed for the position
?if 1st I'l-trlrt Public Bervk ? ? "rrti>u**l'?"
er, it is reported bore, now ha? p."dci*t*?.iy
no chanca. This lesvei Arthur .?* BosMn
and Arthur J. O'Keeffe th?? most likely
cundidatea yet mentioned If the laoveraar
keeps his word aboul appotnUnf n Brosts
lx n man.
Flagstaff. Arls? Jan. 3, rro Martisi
??anais. Oatigea ?md Jamona, in the t^wtttS
\ot doubling, have fust been detected IS
th.* i.owcii Observatory. Back la eossps?w
ot a detalte line ?>n the west in not?.
rases it Is the weaternmosl Urn lhal i* sr
read} developed The as "? *
thousand sad fifteen hundred alias reap??*
lively. In dUierenl ?hcctlsne a? to-? ihe
Marlian P'S.-rt.
reiteiihaf'in Jan. ?-Cro.vn M?*?
Christian, ol Psnnmrk. sad the ?>??*?"
Prlneeea were th?> Su.?sts af honor ?it ? ?."?
MS Klv.n to-night by the An*'neo Min?
ister. I)t Maurice F. Fgan and Ml* MS?*
a large nusvssr of oeurt dlgnrtsrMs a"d
many m.-mb-rs of the .llpl.....ai.c corpa
were <?is>? press?t,
.- ,, a
Sca.tl... Jan. ft Pnn-sso, lbrschel I'ar
ker. of Nan rorh, tttt nhjeaatta !*"???*
Ta?,..?.,. ?IM to-da> on the steamship
Alameda ter ?esmrd. Al?ska. "? ??*?"
their third attempt to aHa* Mount MS
K,ni.*>, the Mgaem peak in Werts Amarlos.
Budapeat. fan. ft Archduke Jo
frandnephe? of ihe Kmperor *?????
?.ph. was operated upon to-dhj? f?i -M-*"
Uiii.is. ii. la reported not yat o?.t
?Ian??, i._|
tADO-WUTIU. ??A,?^T.(
.A? ?\? - ?.?? ?? ~~t
Boul.ll 10 J. IV. BOTH-*-.?*-' ?" *""t0*

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