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BATI RDAY. APRIL t.- 1M2. Oicne? and published dully by the Tribune isnociotton, a Sate York corptt ration: Oo?cn U. RciA, President ; Cond? llainlni. sea'taxi; JemCt .1/. Iturntt. Treasurer. I4?renn, Tribane Building, Ko. i.'.i Season street, Rato York. ft RWClfi |f?\ RATIS8 Bf Ma?- r""1**?0 ? ' '.-ivrr Now Vor*. itey, ??n? iiion h.'.Aa Dali)- a .J ?T! ' * . S ; ' dm mon i h . -J5 . " a mi ? ? .*'y ? * riptIon? t . ? I I '?? DAILY KKTi ?I NPA1 . ii? BMflth.. ?I *''?' PI NDA' OM i 4 : \ mo ? | . * ?* I'*" i "N'"' .,.-,? ?th . ?I 02 ? ?i '?r.?!-.'. CANADIAN RATI DA11.1 \ND hl'NDAT: ... s - ? ??"'n7' ; .=? ? r . . - ?r- ?X? PAY < \l ', Oft? I ?. 7 ? ? -m . ' n .|4 .?*. ? ? .- ? i. Molli ' al N'-s M .. ( .,.? Mail Maiiar. (Mat raa?*n ? .nfai - tarn l*j advla ire u? i- ' *n "i' > ? ?? una m?* lo | A tl)*l.l tl?-.' i ?. partment. rnr \ i \vs mis ifO/?v/YG. I CITY 'i he '? email and h? r hab l^ldlO ' ??' ?TW e i ri?"?;?--1) 1 ;.'t?T ? -.-.-. ? wi ir.,.' .?? their flieht In i He i m ?p. - und had i">t 'h?? matter in the I nat.ri*1 ol h Kiiret> company ?-- An I ... ?>? i-,mail's suffrage i ., ..m. ?i the report thai Xtisa < "hrla* int. i I'... khurst was ii *u- < It). nay Ing v ?.oui?! nol leave London until ?-?men vr.t*??. Arreatt dlscloaed ? t in a. '.f ,-i diamond rir'ii in John cr-<-.*,! .^ ? <..r and ? half ago flip hnrj; ?? r small i""'} who tell Into an f.j.eii newer va- rarrted through to th? !?? . ? .??,- ii was loi t despite **ffnru r?l boatmen lo catch it. (?forge v. Perkini waa foreman of a lier'? Jury on i**hl?eli G?*nrga B. Cor* . and other wall known men aervad, which freed H F Jackson, held for tho r)*?ath of .1 Harrt La*. Ile Tu the n'iii i', prora ihr existence ?if a hri?*k Intel tr sin,vi ? sir ayed that ??rtpsmen former! eari ln| 118.000 a year were ra nf 11,0(1(1 In 16.000. i he arrea! ol W, ! ?. Hay* ood. th? laboi Kita tor, were laaued yeaterday i ..,-?. ft Ion '.- ith Ihe Pasaaic si : !i".Mi>'n?' \. Memphis dispatch verified the report that th?- government levee a! i i ? kinan. Ky. had broken ; wide ? ? ; orted i? -? a re* ?tilt ? fh water along the Mis ?I ' ?h|o ? h era. it was I? irned al Waahington thai Roosevell :... follette for.?'? had elaahed In Nebraska, and tho colon, l'a ?tate man aget urged all antl-Tafl men to "stay nul for Rooaevoli Theodore . - - prepared spt chea fot hta for d< legates In Mllnola, \\ hi begin hi? h?! I to-du tor T.H F'ollette opene?! a six-day cam palaming t ? .?tr of Nebraska h1 Platts mo?t h i ''i:i:i?;\ Parral fell into the handa ?"?f lh. rebel?, the ?"oiirr.il force ? even 1 ? ' rl.mplng In the night ; grapl ? .m betwi en Jim and i-;' i re tored, Knox arrived at Ban* ' ?iro, Cuba, and will depart on the ? rulser Waahington to-day for Kingston. lea An announcement from PI g ha I thai in Sun fat-aen was . m of the ? ? n? ral LI Yuen-heng, ? ?1 of the rumor that the latter ha?l heei ? ited. t? WEATHER ' ?ns for to* i-'.ni Th. temperature greet jog. -t. '?'?; In ' "? DOW \ THE I \1T Ri I.E. \ - "d iiiunv i>ciii.'cfati.- polltlclaufl _ '.n v.;im< up after they gel to M more i" the tuipleasaui facl thai m?' new direel primary laws bave up wi a cborlabed part* Institution. To tin- a vorace l>eiu?H-rnti<' manager ill?' linil nil?' in nati'uial t-onr<?utioiis Im l.,iii a more ??r le** sacred Invention, bei ?m*" It u::\ ? I he successful ?? Ire puller in n state ihe power to take Lhe defeatoil minority hy th?- thron I and make ?I m?i?' ami W)?rk al Ills tllreotl? n. The Huit ntle put*! \? ? ,i orii's uinotj A??i?-s safely in Murphy's pockig, as it used i?-, pul tli?' rote of Pennsylvania in Colonel Guffey'a, ilic rote of lliinriis in Roger Pulllvan'a and the vote <?f In < in ' Pluto Tom" Taggart'M Bui ulays in the stat.-v |n ?rhic-li all delegates ?re elected directly and cmi Tentions have been practically dispensed f ? . there can l??' no unit rulo. s?u,-,. ,,,, ?utboi Ity exists which can i m ;>??-? ? rule ?m n state delegation. Tho praetii-c In ItemfM'ratlc national tonvi ntiotiM Im - l cru in eu force t he unit rule on I* In ..-??- In which delegations hi ? ' been expressly Instructed h*. ?ti'i?- convention* i?? ad as a unit. Otherwise each delegale has been free t" \"i?? according lo Ins own wisho The inijt ru!?' does no( operate unlver M lj and autom?tica Hy. and the Wilson managers nh?-> are counting on apply Ins it in Wisconsin, where they have a majority of the delegates, <n- in Illinois, ? i hi ?r hone in ir?'t n majorit.t iH'xt Tue?sday. are onlj laying up a cir-at dlsapixdntmenl So i?-.i\ |? priivided for in those si;)t.-s nhnii ran control the rjrU'SHt?- . who have been chnaeu either b\ th*-- v-tr-i? ?.f the state at large <? f the t ?ngre - dit tri? ? Mnrpb* Is In h happier p?>aition here T nder thr- ?primar* law pasa?*d hy the lyegtslattjre of mil he I*-?fr him-r-lf the opl n ?.f withhold i na from tho district voters the ridn >.f direct choice and fransferrina to th?1 atat?? convention ah ? .-r to n.i in?- ?til the i]< \o\!f\\c-? gnd ti* Ihem hand and foot Up will therefore go lo Baltimore with as man* pawn' fr'v tradinj* purpose b* ever irrnio other b?^?-^?'s ?trill Z" there empty. hxn.l.'.l nr-.l will have tr. ),.. . nptonf with ?' eld ? -? merely a 'moral Infln m- < " I. look? ? ? : the .-'?? tes <?(' New ,ler I .fnssacliusetts, Illinois, \\ Iscon In. Sebraskn Oregon, N'orlli Pakota. South Dakota ami California had defl tur.i tlielr ha? lie 'mit rule and ii- demoralizing associations with liosa I Oi.ratic traditions are ?lerious ? atened bj su??h a depart un ffect ?'ii il?- approaching national convention may open tl.? ?y - nf those who -ti!! believe in concentrating power In ibe '. Inte ???/.ai-" of lhe m ?ml Tasgarl ?arder Jt sTK'i H El H //. ! M i * IM) .I/.4V. !? i- wOftb ^^ liii'' ;" pnt ?'??- ?!?? points j lu ? 'nloui I:? ? ' ? inlici meiil of ( Pr. - Idenl Tufl ?? ? ' -1 l'i ogre sive i pertlnenl facts ol Mr 'l'ait- adinlnis j tration. Auioi i 'ohaiel RooKevell -.\ Wh? n the Pr. t ?iiits " !ii< h i .If . . by t ' . i above , ? ? ? ?- - ? ' r , . . . , ? ? , < . n. ??? - 1 I : i i .? uj uiinii th?? <1?"-?-ision of Hie Now York Court <?f App?Mls Rgslnsl th?? workmen - pom p??tisa1i?>n law Hut th? President is supporting with ever.? |u-??s|i?<?-| of -ii? irss a federal W<WJMklIM*n*S < -OmpcUSS I i"ii lair more liberal*thgii tin* one annuit? in Nov.- J'ort I? I'1'" Ihe ""'''? "1" ?' read I?.nan V ? '.?li.tirl Roospi Hi si.? - Pour ?car-- ago the Progressiv? -up ported Mr Tsfl for President, ami he ???s opposed by such represantstlv? i l?c. ial prlvllcg?*? as Mr. r?-nr'?'-c. <?f ylvanla; Mr Aldri? h, nf Rhode Isl ? ',?,: Mr Galllnger, of N"ew Hampshire. . - Messrs. l <<rn ier, Cannon and McKin? ley, of Illinois, and In- was Ofiposed by practically all th?- men ol ths ?'amp <?f i, ?? rs, ?".iit-R. nhelm and IQvans, in Colo? snd Mr I'atvu'i- t'alhoun, of Son I'tHii.i.? ?? These 'iii?-ii were nol Progr?s? elves then, i<n?i ihey do nol prstend lo b? Progressives now. Rut. unlike the President, the) know who Is .? Progres? sive and ?- in? if? not. Their Judgtnml In ins mstter Is go,.?, After three and a half ? ?-?rs of association with an?! know I eil?.' "f the President these ami th.Hr fiilou?: at?- no? i"?' President's rhlef SUppoi Ths same i-?i?r-i i t?rork?*d with Colonel Roosovsll ?? hen ha was Pr?*M?j*irt Boms ??f id?-1!!! ?c?ni.>(i t?i enjoy liis special favor, snd n -_'oo?i ?i?>ni <?f ih<? rime they -vito hin chief Mipporter?, ? 'otonel n."?s.?\ ,?:? ?.a? ?.. Tin- gentlemen In question snd their allie? ? i.i'ilisiiiy approve ihr- administra? lion of the pure food and ?Irntr bill dur? . I 'si i hrae ears, ?? hlch hi suit??I In Dr wile?'* resigning, heraus? as la says In print, the situstlon has become intolerable and "the fiindsmcn lal principles of the fno.i und dina net had "i ?? by '-ne been paralysed and dis? ? redlted." V?-i h-. Wile* expresses th?? hope Ibsl Mr. Tart win iv re-elected because, he| -i,?-. Mr Tafl protoctc.l him from his enemies Colonel t*oo?.ct?ii ^a\? Por two ?ears the administration did thing in i,:? power to undo the rn? valuable work that had ???-?-r dono in conservation, ami rspecisll) In s?*?curlng in the people the right to reg?lete water power franchises In the pnbHc lnt?Breat. In lli?tl linio n?> water power sites, were losl and Ihe aros of Innd with? drawn from entry for pnrposes of con servnti??n was cn-atly Increased, Colonel ftonaavell says: As for the efforts to secure social lus tl?-e in industrisl matters, by securing child labor Investigation, for Instance, ihe administration simply abandoned them completel). Tills is narttailarly notlceablo because two ??ays before Its utterance Congress, ..?i Mr. Tuft's i*ecommendatioa, liad passed n federal children's bureau bill designed to accomplish ihr very pur i I,?.-?.- ?.?a-? itiod by Colonel Roosevelt. Anrl as for Mr. Tuft's interest in social questions, he has urged upon Congress I th?> ?rreatIon of s commission to investi-1 ?rale thoroughly lha whole Industrial si?nali??i! i, 1 \ ','.-?? i \ P COI RTS. ?liuf Magistrate McAdoo says in his annual report thai mosl of the crinws of i lio city will I??; eliminstod when tiio "gang" Is abolished. About the lime he Is msking thai report, one iiouia Poggi. otherwise Louis the Lump, ar? rested for carrying concealed weapons and facing a fourteen-year sentence, slips awaj from custody, Louis Hie Lim,]. Im onoof ihe mosl notorious gang leaders in the pity. Yei when ho returns to f;.trial iiie next day be is released In 111?' custody of his lawyer, ami the forfeiture of his hall is sel ?isi?ie. There? upon Louis the l.inn? disappear? again, am) ins present address is nol a nun 1er of police i-eeord. The court and his lawyer ami the pi*OH?j?ctiting olfldpr are now in a controversy over the Interest? ing question whether l>N bail Is fur felted m- whether the state has ?ost thai as well as the prisoner. It Is. a ?lirions ami highly diverting sei ??i' circumstance*. Lotils the Lump ha?| ?in Imposing ?liminai record, In cltiding tbe killing <?f thai ??Hut eml nenl trau- leader "Kid" Tvrisl at Coney Inland. This was urged as a reason why he should nol have fieeii paroled In rustody of his lawyer when he r appeared, yd tii<> Judge decided he could n?ii take thai ini?> considera? tion, bul would acl only on the case Itefore him. That was very klml and considerate ?>f the court. I' was ?li tiiii't!?' unfortunate for the -miiii.- that the court's consideration ?Ii?! nol affect ihe tinii i?? th?- exteni of causing him i ? remain within the court's jurisdiction for trial. Ii is lo l??- feared it will cause Mim.asidora hie portion of the public in Incline in Police Commissioner NVald??'s theory tlial the courts are ?iu'n<- us in ii? Ii t.. blame In i'a?itr. lo discourage criminals as the police who soinetimes .-in-e-t Ihein !>ui linri llicy are nol com Ictetl. 7 ///' "ORO 1 \ ///7*" l/fVO/f/7T. s?.in?- surprise has ?been expressed at Ibe statement thai of ihe millions ?>f workmen who were rpdueed lo Idleness by the strike in the Pulled Kingdom nol more than half are members of Irada unions. This i?: duc i<? (h?-? I m press! o i, cultivated h\ meinbers of (he unions. that organized labor comprises nearly all "f Ihe wi'iker?. TI,,, r,i?-i is, how , e??>r. that nrgaiiiznl lab?ir i? a small mi? nority. A r?-?-?'iit census ..f ihe principal countries of the world demonstrates liiis mu?* Impressively. The roiintries. taken I in order ?i? ?-"niri.- i . i be number ?.f I trade unionists which they contain, "ire ?rSermany, ih?> Pntted Slat?*??., th^ Unlp-d Klngd'on. Prance, \iistrin, Italy, Sw <l?-n. Holland, Relginm, Denmark, Sm ?I - erlsnd snd Hungarj The lotal i ?? >i.111 ? - lion "f those melve countries i> more than .".IT.'MK'.'MHi. lint th?- total niiuil? r ol iraii?- union members in them i* onl* a trifle ii'iie than IO,iW/iOO. Thai humus thai nrganired labor is less than one? I thirt*. fourth of Ihe eni Ire |s?pulati?n. '?if course, all Inh'ir must form a mam lim? - grroter proportion In n<? crsiutrj arc thero more trade unionists, propor i ii??niitely. I ha ii in ih<- 1'nited Kingdom, and Hiere thej are onl* lift.? four in ilm : thousand of poimlution. In < ?ermany th? y are forty-tine and in the Pnited Btal? ? 'ih?-? are only thirty in th?' thousand, ! while in Italy they are only five nn?l m Ilungar* four. In (iermnny, of the in dustrial population outside ? ? r ngrictilt< nre, ??ni., alii.iii oiie-aevepth is organ? ?Z?'?l. W I,l!i ill the I liitell StilH-s the |,|-> I-ni lion It nearl* one eighth and in ih? luit? ?I Kingdom ??ii?- t'-ui Ii. 'I !i?-v?. iiL-ur?-- are not, i?f cours?., i?, Im Interpret??] um showiug urganized la I Mir i?. 1?- Insignificant. Minority iluaiuh M is. ii is ?i powerful minority, and hu? <-.v erteil a ^real h Hueuce .Voting within le? gitimate limits, it ha- achi? \?-'l mu? ii go ??! for unorganized u - well n oi giiniz? ?i laboi Rui ihe lesson ol Ibe figure* is thai unorganized labor, coiistltuling (la vasl ni.-. i??i i'.\ Is entitled i<> res|i?ectful consideration. It ??ill not ?l?. to .1 nouiK'O nine leni lis of the Industrial woi Id us iila? kl? -?? Ii will nol ?1?. to >ai ih?- one i?'nih diall have u iim liopoli of .I ?? ni, p. nf . our ?'' i' i ' na i if?- il? unable in perfoi m ??i lhal II hall have th? . hi ami pn n In il ' . ? to lue iiim t? ff it would !.r> nnjtisi t<? dlecriminat ?j ?gainai and proacribe the one-tenth Ih* cause ?- members exercised ih?' natural right of combination f?" mutual benefit. it would be far more unjust to prowrllte | lin- nine-tenths because they voluntarily chose lo exercise Ihe righl n..t i.m-l bine _ I ill II) hi: c \si l I.VGI /.. The nil?"? regarding tlm Issuing .?f writs .if habeas corpm otjgbi In be clear and simple, al leas! aufflcienlly so thai high courts would make no rolatakes about Ibetu, Bui the actions and conn* ter notions relating t?. the Hyde wril ro vp.-ii extraordinary un?rjerialnty even In the minds of tit?' judicial** \ respected inomlrer of Ibe supreme bench In Brooklyn lattied this writ, mak? ing ii returnable lo hlmaelf. Yet there is such doubt about th? propriety <?f his action in Ihe latter ?leapecl thai the Ap pel la le |iivi?i?iii In Hiis county laeued h writ of prohibition. v-r is this all the confusion. After the Appellate Division here had lamed Ibis wril and had a I hear big on it Ihe justice? <m ibis bench dot Ided thai the* had noJuriadirtioa and i that the application for a writ ??t" prohi? bition "boukJ have Loon mud?' to tlm A|i pellate IHvlslon in Brooklyn. The law or pr.'i? ti??'. whichever it la, regarding writs of habeas corpua mual be In a curi? ous state of uncertainty, sin?-.' wbal look? i" the laminan iiki> a perfectl*. simple ?-ase has involved high r-mirts god able justices In such n complication. Moreover, the practice regarding writs <?f habeas corpus seems to iiio public un? duly loose, it allowi too much let ? ? to defendant? who wish In wear ?"ii ?prosecuting officials hj compelling tbeni to answer writs far away from the cotmly where Ihe beat means of answer ' ing them exist. The state has had an example of this in the Than caae. The witnesses and the officials most familiar with ii- history are all In Now York Counly, hut the writs have always been mudo returnable elsewhere. There Is no g?""! r?'?i-"n why the ap plication for the Hyde writ should not have heen made in Manhattan. ' nder the law a judge has no alternative bul lo granl It, Bui If Ihe right of applies I lion is- t" ?remain ?general writs should lie made returnable lo tha department In ? which tin' case is pending, if l>??)'.?r?? irial, or, If after conviction, I hen to the depart ', mom in which the case was tri?'?! The ends of justice wonld tlm* i.c besl served. ! S \(JA OF I. \ Ht R? V( / The itor* of KeottVt expedition is doubtless t?. Hi?- sti|H?rficial reader, as our !."iifl"ii correspondent nhaerves, dull and uninteresting in comparison ? im tlio narrative of Amundsen's daah to Um pole. Kailure in seldom as thrilling us success, and ill?' fad is (hat Amundsen succeeded and Beotl failed. So much is id be Mid, at least, of their attempts upon the ?mlo, and it is with the achieve? ment ?if tin- i-lio that the public is cbiefiy concerned. Tlw record of Arctic ???' Antarctic success has always been noi tlm breadth of exploration or the scope of scientific research, i?ni th?> height of latitude attained, ami the men who first reached Ihe |toles won a distinction which no others can ever hope to rival. To tlio tlmughtfol mind, however, Ibe work <?f Scot t'a expedil Ion. so far as ii has now been disclosed t? ? us. is rerj far from heilig dull <ir uninteresting, ??n the con? trary, ii is Invested with much scientific value and it is marked \\itli traits which mus? make a peculiarly atroug uppenl i" the appreciation of those qualities "f ruaubood which g??uerall.v achieve su? i?? -s and which always deserve it. The stor*. ??f Amundsen's swift and compara? tively easy .lash t?> the goal amid sin? gular!*; fav??raiii.- circumstances is in? spiring in ils suggestion ?>f brilliance, elation ami sue.--. Bui Ihe slorj of Scott's ijrim struggle, inpar uutu martyr dorn, agalnsi a combination of adverse circumstances so persistent and elaborate as in seem almost the product <>f studied malevolence, is no leas thrilling to those who justly hold thai "endurau<*e is the crowning ?pialily." The ttbjectlve hon? ors are Amundaen's; Ibe subjective mual be shared with Scott. l'or the full value to science ??!' Itoth I expeditions we must wait. The strong I suggestion is, however, In th?- very nal I uro of tii?- cases, that Scott's researches covered a much wider ii?'i?l than A in und sen's and ?ere longer maintained, and thai their l.'siiiis will prove lo be more ample. In fart, the one was distinctively a polar expedition, while the other waa an Antarctic exploring expedition. In the straight dash to ihe pole ?in?l Iwck again there was opj tort unity, which Amundsen finely Improved, for much unique scientific olisrrvalloti lu a queal winch did nol quite reach the |.?ilo. but which i?'?l ii- makers far and wide In Ihe regiont ??round it. there ?as opportunit? of comparable value winch Scott em ployed In Ihe utmost advantage. The une has written a saga of success; tho other a saga of dogged endurance and >>f ? untiring labors . and Ihe epilogue, of each ////? / IRsl Ultk 1 / H l / I I.I. "/' ] THE en a. h 1/,' I he battle of Sbiloh, or 1*111 ?burgh landing, began lift* real ?''*:" to tlay li it as the hi t of the haul, i on n large scale, fought with desperate hand to-hand pnergy, fot which the t'hii War was |,, |,.,,. notable, and it - ] ??ever? losses f.?d ??a both North and S.iiU'i th.-ir tii'si vivid r?<-ilizatioti of Ihe sacrifice? which the struggle between ih.- -. ?tions a a - poing t?? entail i1>>? lirai battle of Bull Run was a minor engagement compared with the two day- of lenacloip lighting al Khllnh No ? miflloi ol ?ii? .i magnitude had la-en known I'cfoi. ..n the American iiaitl nent. I lie I. . 0f the federal armj were 13,047, while the Confederate au? thorities r.].?.||.d losses of IO.timi, Al bert Shine* .l??hnston, one of the ablcal of ill?- Confederate commandera, was kili.-.i In the tirsi day's fighting. I'.? th the North and the South were greatly discouraged <-\a- the results of tii?- buttle, tin? former because <.f the defeal on the lirsl day and ils heavy ...si ami the lutter because wbal prom? ised i" lie h brilliant victory watt con .'??rtetl Into it depressing reverse, Pub? lic o?iiiii?iii al Ihe North was severe in judging wbal It considered Heneral ? irant's n?--- in not gum ding tigninat n ? iirpl Ise am! Shlloh cloutlctl lii- reputation aud almos! ended his ? ureer. riidouhtttHy ids easj sit? ? ? al l "ii- (lent** and Honelaon had made liim a linii- nverconfldenl ami .on. temptuous ..i the enem* He did not expect attack although I.-tipled a dm ' wits position, and he was ;,i, ,.,,. from the Held when Ihe Confed?rale a-,mil began ?.fter li?' Brrived lie ?li?l w haI h. could to stave <?f. it rout, and It* the ?-u?! of Mic first day he had Ihe tit nation preti.t w ?i, m hand Ri tin? publi? n o.? ? -i - II he 'i i?! .. i -1 <-nii I?, ihe arrival ' Buell ... i " ' ? Lui i ? tunatel- pn :?!? nl Lin? pin, dlrlMd Grants worth ?*? * tizhtor. ra slated the clamor for hi? rvrnoval from command and cave him an opportunity to prove his real quality lat?er In the Vlcksburg and Chattanoo?ga campaigns. Grsni never forgot the bitter l?-s-??-ii ..f Kbilob. Thereafter he ?vas inore ?!r rums].I. although never abating hi* ????nliilen?-.- in himself and in his troops. That lu- stir-jvo'l Hi" detraction which pursued him after Pittsburgh ?Landing ??as fortunate for the Union cause. Mut if was a ?lark day for him and for ihe Union v. hen the ti.-ree nml sudden attack of Reauregard's and Johnston's foires fell just short of <lriv injr his shattered army Into ihe Tenu?--- ee River. Fx.c.? Poao'i withdrawal from Ihe Mn?i sachusetts primar? mean that he too has entered Into the great anti Wilson trust? o \ dosen years ago et* more, before the ??rrman Ari.-rl'-an partition of the Isl? ands. Fnmoans pot ?nly a cent ? pound ?>f less for <?ipra, while now they get four cents or more Are we to regar I that a." a beneficent result to the s.-i m-.ans of tim American Intervention in their sfTsirs? Or Is it juel another mon? strous example of th<- way In which tm peralrsm increases the * ??st ? f living? i.fhcrt- meanssilk hala In Lhasa. Then whnt we have nvist b? license. A Justtee of the Bupreme Court having held that 11 is nil rieht t<? carry eon esalabls weapons if they are not con? cealed, we may look for some radical changos in spring styles ?)oug ihe Row* ery and in ihe Qaa H-mse district lie volver?, sltinRshnts and dirks will now be n-nrn sttached to ntsck <?r waist bands ol i. ather ??r silk. There reaII? doe* no? seem to be much danger 'hat Mexico will be .l*ipsnn?-d. -,- \ ri-e Brooklyn Standard l*nlon" s?eei in Ih?. proceeding-- of the D?mocratie ? i - Committee th" plsln manifestation ?a in intent t?. renominate fJovrrnor Dix. Wo greatly fear the wish fathered the thought. ii i?- nil very v.eii to forbid striken to tai:, m.,v.. than i?vo Intoxicating drinks at one bar. hilt tin? qiUSStlon Is. How many bars are there in the town? Automobile reciprocity is at In ?I in force, and now (here is nothing between New Voi-k nnd New Jersey but the Hud Bon River. When la a i-istol not a |, i ?-. t * ?! in th^ llpht of judicial reason? Urchins hsve begun to .swim in the Kasl River. spring Is here, no matter what Dm West her Bureau may do her-* II ft er. / ///: / t'A m i hi; h ir, terday, Good Frida?, mu. ofllclall* a ? fu t d.-iv'' In Connecticut, under a proc? lamation ??f Governor Baldwin. The rjov wroti ' I-olio'.?, me tu?- ancient , lia mm ??f Connuticut, i appoint Priday, ib?. 6th da? of April next, a- s da) "f fasting and prayer, ??n which i rc-nmmen?! to all her people that they put aside the ordlnsry business of their II??-?, and. assembling in their usual places of worship, or cai'b in -'illnc-s of his own heart, seek S closer communion of though! and purpose ?? h God, the Psther Almighty, Maker of il-a?'. n snd Earth." "Gwendolen, have you i.e?-n ??m driving with a young man?" \. b, b untie." "ii mph!" "ibit he had only one srm thai he could use, auntie; h?> had been vaccinated ??ii the ? ???., , ine." (Paus? i "Gwendolen, ?lidn't you do ibe drivingT" ?Chicago Tribune "The women ol Kansas have certainly |irov?*d their right to vote or, at least, ?n. ..t them has,' sai'l a recent i> return?id drummer, who makes long trips through tt .? .-mail towns or ths Mil??'- u .->t. "it was at "ii?- of th-* general stores ,ii a i ural community that i i ailed to co i'"t .i long oui itan?llna a ? count. The proprietor, s retired fermer, , .u tank? roua old ? us snd In the discussion we both lost our t--mi>''is Final? ly i shouted. 'Come out from behind thai counter and I'll thrash the daylights out at you ir i don't, ???? n call It squai??'.' Scarcely were the words out <>f my mouth ?\ h? n the ?'in tain ?? hi? h s. perated the stors in.m the living room parted and an athl?*tlc looking damsel, her arms bare t > the elbow and a ?I? let inin??l look in her eye, appeared In : he doors : Take him up, dad.' : he cried, "and If you're nol equal to the Job, I'll linish it f'?i you, and we'll save Ihe pi.f ib,.--, framef No, i dldn'l .< ? her proposition whether gallantry or dis .-: !.. ,| i" mj r? fusa I I'll l? ave you to Judge Bui it gOW to ?'rove that In the Sunflower Btat?, si least, women believe themselves th?- eousl <?f men in more ??a?-s thsn o Baker Manning' ? "i i ratio i hs h-"n i'.j-t ? ..?.i nid. finit? ly. iVhj's that? Baker Mis sur-jeon'B wife lia- Inherited a |ai -?? forum" I.if??. \ kindergarten teacher, In peaking of the . ttark made on "baby talk bj one of the Tufts College instructors, s.,i?i 'Of ere all know thai 'baby talk la ? pooi substitute foi the r??ai language, but ?a? know also that it Is the result of first effort, it win always exist, and, thank I -i t?.r it' The people ?-?.ho time || are those who sra tee matter-of?fa<M t.? be ? i 1? No m??lh.-r tea, ?,.?. Ii? r baby talk' any mora iban she tsacbes u to . awl and to sdopl the Tufts method tnd to ?urn the I taping r"-?tti<- of the baby, which Is usually Intelligible t<? th? mothei ?oiiv. would be like forcing ?he youngster ? h .i when i? csn only i reep To moth ? ?-? .?n?l ?vom. n who know children Ih' eff.at to check hah" talk' Is only soother of ihe Questtonsble steps toward making children grown ops ?; UMM'AIV ? i ? . read] fur y er gardenln'." -a\? t ... i<? lllram ?? "Don'l ill around ?'"' think that you win Kit H Ria?! Mil, . rl; peu an other things a-smilln' I iiW, :,'',! o ItdOOl ? ftl.' tend t?. t.1,-1 - loss .?ltd a In.e. i irty much like n'l the things we n j . You ?.?ni plani seed? an' leave >m to the ? .-? - of 1 Im sky You've -jot i?. tend the growln' thlni w al? h you' ? ?? set j? ?ii r !,? at I Tin- ?Mid- d suri-l? beat 'em .f .??-i let ? ? if all vou '? k la blesssnl paths m whlcb t<> h?-i your f?-? t. . ?.a ? .m Ii i ihe dali I? il" -..m bul the) ? n i.- good to ? .?i A i?.t ol is ???. ild oft be spared a dlsai imlntin -1.- ? i. [f ? alibage an tomato? - grew .. do? K \'..- ihlngton Btai The edltoi ?.f "American Medicine" dta ? i ? ihl weel The Medical Sub- of in> armament, ' r? fen Ini . ipe? lall) t.? "those ; Ian? who ar. taklnK the alti ? i ittes of their i rofei i. so serioual) thai thej are joining In th? fa hlonable peace 'fid? phyalclai , ditoi ? ?? Bill lust revelling m his ul_i ,,,,', against ths International agreement ? ? ?? mi i- surgi ons snd sanitarian? gen .mil? from the ordin?r] treatment ..f pria oners "t n/ai and adds "We km,?,? ihn ? ? - aun. i . ilal to rep? i Invasion un i ? are with t h i It apply th.? I ? ? '? .. luch ? I I nes is i n lona II? >i it re . ?i,.- E. ,, pedliion i., , "" ' ' ??'? " ? fi.>tui . . ibsuid a ? . ? is in ammunition and ether wariik" supplies. As physician?, then, ???? do have a viiai pan in preparing the nstlon'a defences, snd we must ibatidonthe degrading attitude "f unpatriotic neutrals when . Rrestdea are threatened." "What has hecome of the campaign hen?'' 'TI r campaign ben?" "Th? one that uaed t?> in the egga besr? mc the Initials ?f the favorite candidates." f)h, I BUPPO ?' she has jollied the Bllf fi^i*?-itn movement." Washington lierai?! PENSIONS RrRards an Appropriation of $22.r>.000, 000 a Year ?is Exorbitant. To ibe BdttOr of The Tribune Sir: With all respect for our members of Congress 11- know that they are not iner rsnt. The Senate om'e pissed ? free sliver Mil and Ihe House has recently voted for th* Sherwood dtdlar-s-day pen-ion bin. ai. though It WOUld run np our present IliVrnl annual spproprlatloB from about |IM,6IMM to fOU,000,000 1 believe that the American people If appealed to would cry halt The Senators who oppo ed further In?rense lu pensions, ..s Bltntnons, Ba?con snd Johnston, sre riciu They oniy axpreas the aentlmenta Of Th? Tribune as l-i-.cn In S re-eflt edl turial, thai no further Ineraaae si the pres? ent time is wise, BesMss, past legislation tesches thai the flnanrisl demsnds of h pension law will prove larger than some, I at least, <?f Its advocates lntcnd?>d. The I amendment to the Met'umber measure ' providing that IH a month be pstd to any | soldier of the <jvl| War who was wounded ? In ba?l.- and I- now unlit for mamnl labor, etc . I? only the epfei inff ?vedi;* by which a general < laim for $1 a ?lay will he made. Th'is when Ih? present BppCOpriS tton would and should in .the natural courss ??f events, steadily diminish, ws shall find fift" years after the end of the Civil War that the demnn'l upon ?lie treasury ?< III he BOtnearbSfS around 1300.? wt,iy\o an amount beyond all reason for the I remnsnl of surviving vetersns Th" hope ??f thoughtful citizens Is ?hat. i like Mr Cleveland. President Taft ?-?.ill ' boldly veto the present bill l"rom his np? peals for economy In the n?,. of national resources we csn safd? Imagine what his personal hldgment In th? case Is. IIFN'RY S ADAMS New York. April 2. Iflt HOUSEWIVES AND WASHINGTON MARKET. To the lallt.-?r of The Tribune Sir: ll ?a;?s somewhat apfnnn.llnc totead in the column?? of yesterday's dally papers that the members of the Housewives' i 1,'rcu? bad visite?) Washington Market 1 for the first time in their lives. The truth | of the matter Is that the women of New I York City have created all <>f ths mi'ldl?* I men and small stores (butcher shops, cto I eers, nah markets, etc.) uptown in their ' own location They have created this so I called middleman because it has been essy for them to go around the corner in th?'ir own neighborhood ar?l do their own mnr ketlng, patronlrlng these smaller stores to the peciect of Washington Msrket, which has existed for ?ears and years. The deal? ers ?,f Washington Market telephone to my bous., dillv and they send everything that i <idcr away up beyond Nth street, fre? of charge. That the members of this House I,.-acne are c?rryins baskets with them 1? almost ridiculous, as |i is quits unnecessary Washington Market bus not changed in | the past man?' ?-cars, but the women have. ' and they are wholly to blame themselves I for the existence of the many ?mall mar ! kits scattered throughout the dty. When the Washington Market dealers will tele. pi:on?> io th?- house and deliver the goods to the bouse for the individual heusserlves1 <iaii> orders, Il seems ?pitte uanscessary to form a noisy, laughing, conspicuous House? wives' l.e.-i-rn? io do ??bat can be done ? Ithout It The president and the executive commit tee of this leuKU?- Iia?i latter look to k??p Ins their own homes clean, rather than to J making ? festival ami unnecessary trip down to Washington Market. New ?fork, April 4. 1912, HOUSEWIFE. -? JAPANESE EMOTIONAL ACTING. To the Editor of The Tribune. sir: if the Japanese do nol show their emotions, they sre struggling n"t to show their feelings, Takeramo In "The Ty? phoon" does not show his feeling when he, against his will, sends away Illona, ami he does not show that be is inwardly strug? gling. And tiiia make' him s man of very cool mind and c?>l?l blood The Japsnese actors study ths motion and gesture showing their inwsrd struggle, and this part is the best part of the old. time Japanese plays. But In The Ty? phoon" the Japsnese do not show their emotions snd they do not seem to he struggling. if Takeramo shos a bit of his struggle in his mind, trying nol to show his feel? ing to other?, nol even to illona herself, he will be much more like a Japanese thsn he |a And ?vhen Takeramo bees illona t-? love him, i ?? is msking love in Amaricen style and nol In Japanese style. .lapanes?; never women io love, csfieclally so under such circumstanc? ?. He should be s ltttl? more re it- ci and dignified, and should take ton* more like explanation thsn beg? sin?. S BAKURAI. X? ?? Voik. April i. |?M2. WE UNS AND YOU UNS. To the i'.ditor of The Tribune S1r: The phrases sm-h as "Ws uns and ' "i ??ii uns." t?>f-e?her with "sun up" and "sun down" are the dire.-t descendants of English custom of the fifteenth and six? teenth centurie . and were Imported by th? emigran ta to this country Too emigrants of ai?" ,i that time wer? largely th? pioneer? of Virginia nn?i North Carotins, ?'ho ways and manners hare changed less than m at?) other section of th? country. Si, h expression sre rare now m New Vork ?t N'.w England, but l can distinctly remembei that they were customary words with the late Commodore Vanderbllt, f\?n In hi advanelng years i \mi:s ii t* \k r.i: Providence tprll ? i'" ' AN AMERICAN WANTS WORK. the Edit?w of The Tiihune su I thank \e?i foi publishing my lei te?- on March isylng that some Amerl ? an would help me, bul i haven't hear. -,ii? ?'i i don't want charity, i wain work If ?on win publish the letter again p. 'hap" .-."tue on? ??til Kl?, nie | position K. HORAN. So. 1053 Broadway, Brooklyn, April I, i:?i:. CHARACTER. CLOTHES. CHARITY. To the Kdltoi of The Tribun? Sli The letter in your papei of thi-i ?lut?? in ?regard t<? charity being in accord with my aentlmenta and observsttoas, may l i-.- permitted t" ssj a word upon thi? ?uhject, too? Being s member of an order which has i'.i its fundsmental princlpl? chsrtty, l h,,,. had occasion to initn c that there are man) women who apparent!) ?i<> not understand the mesnlng of the word In it? every sense Women th?sre sre who asaembls tog?Hhei ,' th:? season ?.f the year t<? s< w f..r the un? fortunates, but nol ?uil? are Iheli hands busy, bin ih.h tongues as well, .?mi many a , li.tr.i' t? r i? lorn to tdneils utt? rl) !?? ?"ii i 1 i . ? i?? .o <? t., h ? unforl,.nni? Mater? \? ho do nol ii.-? i clothes, and charit) does nol con lai m? i.-i? m the gh lng "f alnu KLH1B SFRINOHTEEI. X? ? ". .il. Man h IS, III.' NFW JAPANESE WAR MINISTER. T??klo, \i itenant ? ten? ral B.' ?i ol ih? Ittli I? l I " I. S Kp| \\ ,r i Mini i? i ur ? h< i ipan? < ? sbln? l In i" i I? "i.?i ?.ral i. , I lahlmoto, v ho -l- -.1 . n April -. ? Teople and Socta! Incident* I AT THE WHITE HOUSE. , ., ri, Tribuna But Waffhlngten, April 6. ?Mi Taft haa sued Invitations for i.'?''??' ?? ,!*" Whit? lion??* ?>n April 12 Misa Tuft win raaka snother visit to War* ront.in. \'.i . nexl wee? and -\iu folloa th?| hound i, .1 ?m her visit ??' tins week. Bh?i will prohatlv ride with th'- Riding II""? Club ?r Waahington to morrow. She went fr.l ;. lid? this aftrrllOOIl Mi- Taft will have Mi?s Helen Barber, .1 Bryn Mawi ittldent, aa a k""*-' :'"" Bastei -?? THE CABINET. | **rr>m Th? T-'h'i- * M'). <*^n 1 It lahlngton, April Is?Th? Secretan of War ; n i Mi Btlmaoa left here tl Is after lein fm tli^n- ii"ttir. HlfhbeM, at Hunt Ington, i.'.ng laland, where lhay win enter? tain a famll) part> f??r Easter. They will return to Washington ?n Tuaaday, nml , after that will attend -??veral dinner parti?*?I gtvtn In their honor. '?'li- Attorn?*' O?eral and Mra Wlefc eraham hav? *-an? to New York to ?p<?"*?. Ka?ter with th?tr aon-ln-law ?nul dauffh-1 tor. Mr. and Mra Albert Akin. Their younger daughter, Mlaa Constan?? Wicker* -ham. iirui their ftallghter-ln-law, Mrs. for nellua Wickeraham, who haa sp??nt several we?ki with them, "tfcompanled them to Han fork The ?Secretary of th? interior and Mrs ris'i?r will liave th?tr BOtta, Walter T. and Arthur Ki**ii?-r. both Harvard at?jente, with tham for the Baet?r vacattoa Miss ff?i?n Taft wa? a luncheon ?M?,?t of th" fr-crotaiy of th? Nat y ami Mr? Meyer t?. ?J?; . THE DIPLOMATIC CORPS. rrrn-Ti Th? T-rltuin* Buraati ! Washington, April S -Th? Russian Am* haa??a'ii>r an?1 Mm". Bakhmsteft went '" Baltimore ihli afternoon, aid Will r<-ni.<lii th?r? until Snnla- morning, wh^n thej will return to th? capital Th?y win liv? In a hot?) whl!? there, an?l will be lolncd by all th? nir>mh?rs of th? ?mhaaay stall to-tniw* r?iw. Th-? ambaaaador an?! hi.*, ?uite will ntfnnri Mi? specially arraaged fiaatei service? at th? (tuestan church. They will r?arh Washington In tune to <--nt?rtaln all th? italT at hrr-akfast at tha embassy i.t U o>irvk on Sunday. Tha cvrman Ambaaaador will not sa?i for Germany arlth Cotmteaa von B*rnstorff on May 7, hut win l.? detained in this country until July, wh?n ha hopea to join hi- famllv abroad for a f?w month?' i?av? ?if absence IN WASHINGTON SOCIETY. ? from Tha i rtbun? BtjrMa. | Washington, April 5. The Vtee*Pr?e1dent and Mra Sherman will spend Sunday nn'l Kasfer Monday with thrtr sons an?! daugh t?ra-in*law lo Utlca. Mr?. ?Leonard Woorl h ft ?i?re to-n-f-ht for a fortnight's v!?dt to her lister, Mr??. Albert !.. key. at i'hattano?i?jra. Tonn. Mr*. Key Is th? wife of r?ptala Key. of tho navy. A .surpris? avait? <"on><:rcs?.|onal society In the announcement ??f th? early culmination ? of th? engagement of Mist Laura Burtaaon, daughter of representative and Mrs. Albert S Bnrlo.son. and niohard Van Wyck N?gl?y, of San Antonio. T?x , who ?will t?a married in St Thomas'? Church on Beater, Juirt pre? ceding th? regular rnornlnir servie?. (|n' tneuibars of ih?> family will lu? pwnt on an'Oiint of n recent ?i^ath In tha family Of tho bridegroom T'"* l>rtdal coupla will Hand In tho mazo of ?Eaater lilies and sunn?* (lowers Which fill*- tha apara about th? altar In St Thomaa a on Kar-ter. After the ceremony Mr. Negley and hti bride will go to San Antonio to Uva. Th? marrlag? of Min Eleanor And?i*on. daughter of Pr. Frank Anderson. IT. B. N . and Mr?. Anderson, to Hush Southgat? Fay, IT. S. N . will take place In St. Thomas's Church tho middle of May, Mr?, .iniius <'. Burrows entertained a few friends at lunch?-on to-day. Pr. Mauri.? Prancti Bgan, Minister to Penmark, who, with Mra. Kgan. is visit Bg Ihelr Son-in-law ano ?la IRh'er. Mr ipa '.vfrs. .1 Elmer Murphy, i?-ft Wsj/mmoMm Ithli ?venlnf foi Naahvlin, Tann , akota \ hr '?' III '" llv? i ?? I- tun "n Pani'h tagm 1 iiir-i hod 1 ' and M ? irk !?-? here thle afteraooa for [?otHevlll?, %r where they will viafl roloael ..n-t Mr? *a**? net young The* will ret rn to ? ha r,plla, ! the first ?f ti.? ??^k ? a -? NEW YORK SOCIETY. frederlck Town?en-i Ma-?'n wt I ( ?? dinner tl is ?veering at Bheirj ? fof m and M ? Bradley Martin, anri ?iq ,-,?../ w?)r?l t.ik?- his guests to the i|,,,.< Mr and Mrs Ar-hibald Rog?-?, Mr *,?,,* Mrs Alev>,nder .'Oft 'l-'ii'unl Mr .P4 v., Thomaa Thachar, Mr. and Mra f??o'r? p ?lark. Miss Marian Clark, Mr?. .h>r-n J* McCook, Miss Maitha Mr.'nnk and v-, rrederl k v. Dalalel have gene M Spring . Va . for a ahorl at Mr? Item y | fo? will riva a h**-afca*a* -, ? -or hois? So S T.? ft 101 i street, for her nfae?. Misa Vi?l inhn. stone, the d?butante (i-mtner of Mr and Mr? I Herbert Johnston? The dan?-. . Ill? ?-ire?-e<|e.l hy a <llnn?r r.f twenty ???sT?ri> Mr? Morris Ft. Vol'-k ?a-? a taagfefai at h*r houae 'r F'ark a- ?nu? tf?r ??]?-., uera Mrs S Stanwood M?nk<n, M-s r-, ,. ta.? P. Touehard, tr. Mia?- Svb?l y. roung, Mlaa Marion it fJraham, mi?. m.- t Bouve?, Mtaa Hele? Whltae ?m MI'S Dorothy <H"b Mr and Mr?. T.awran-e T, rlllle**-** ?i<i ?all f".- Buropa In July to sp?--' ttM ,. T1_ m r .-,l-r..;?d Mr. and Mrs r->ad?rlck C, Ha ? --.. h.,s? tr-tnrned to town from A k' Mlaa Kdna Ma'?ton will -riva s ? -. . party on April M Mr? !'? [*aitcey Nl'-oll and 1er ?taugHt*? Mlaa Jo-?phin? Nleoll, who i ax h?*>, Philadelphie for several weeki ?ill r?te*i to ton n to.iia ATr ar-d Mr?, pln^rd P- ? | ? ? , i .. In town from ?'harlest-m. S P., wham tfc*-* -P?llt tie wlnt?T. Tliev ,-,r? at th? Buckingham Mt- i Bordan Ifarrimaa and Mlaj Harriman have returned to th? ??"?? fr??m Bermuda, Mr -<nd Mra. Koh?rt A. '" Smi'V? a-?1 ??? Mis.-us Smith wl!! s.itl to-da- f-.r ??1 Mrs. charlea Emory Smith '??*? fett n? A'lantP Ctty to s?p?nd r.nst?r. SOCIAL NOTES FROM NEWPORT. ! Rv TW-arsrk te Tiia Trttn ? Newport. Apill I.?-Mr. and Mra Baa J. WaffStaff, of New TorV a?? h*>? ?? .mend ?Eaater with Mr? Amoa T-i-k ?Trenca ? and Mis. Stuj \i sant !.<-?"? Mrs. French VanderMIt la at Hi View foi Bt let Mr. and Mra 81 la I Duncan, of *%.?#? Fork, wer.-> here to-day making IB I* tion "f their ?s?at?. Mr? Predowick P. Sands and M'?? I ??? ab?th S tonds, who ha\? l"?n abroad tat a year, ar? eapected back next m Mlaa Romola Dahbjrea has reta ' New Fork, and i- al the Muent hli ger Km< cottaga i>r. and Mra, Frena Psaff. i I t?)n, ar?> at the >am?> plai-e. Qeorg? L Rives arrived to-r!ay te : i his family for over Ba rt?r Mr. Bud Mis J. 1-' ?''ark. of ?w fork, ha?, e rented the tSeorge Ileniv W.-r:?n ? ill* f?>r th? coming summer. Mr. aa I have for a number of aeasona o?scupt? Duryea cottag? Mr. nud Mrs. LOUla B MeCBgg, Of N>W Vork. are the g-i'st- of Mra Car Jonea, Mr. and Mrs. R U? Inga! ?n Be? i will spend Easter m Newport. IOWA GUTS N. Y. EDUCATOR Raymond A. Pearson Goes to Agri? cultural College of Middle West. Albany, April 5.?Raymond A, Pearson. ex-State Commissioner of Agricultura, has been e|e?-te?i president of the state Agri? culture! h 11*1 Mechanical ?'onece of Iowa, at Ames, <>n<4 of the foremost Institu? the kind In tiie country. He has sec Mr. Pesrson has been grsnted leave of nb senes ?luiir.K the summer, and will ?i-i seversl agricultural colleges in Europe He resigned his position at the lead o? th? agricultural department reipently, and was succeeded by Calvin .1 Huson, of P Van. Raymond A Pesrson is about thirty-nine ?enr? old and is a native of Indiana. Ho got his first experience ns laborer on a stock farm Then he ?vent to Cornell and sftei graduation entered the milk bui lb- dropped business i" accept an appoint? ment in the? I'liite?! Stale* I ?epartnient Of Agrieulture Th?tn he became professor ? f dan? Industry si Cornell and plsnned th? dairy hutidin* for that Institution. Ilia department becams on?- ..f the best ?>f us kind in the country. He resigned from Coi n?il to become state Commissioner of .g I culture under Qovernor Hughes. LOEB ON TRIP TO PANAMA R. A. 0. ?Smith's Party Also Sails TV day on the Victoria Luise. Rook.-d almost to . ?.pacify, the Hamburg American liner VTctorls i.uis.?. which Is tim Deutschland rebuilt, ?in sail to-dav for the Isthmus <>f Psnsma and the West Indies, on a crulSS <?f sixteen ?lays. Am *?g the trsvellers who ?Hi msks the trip l it a C. Smith, chstrtnan ?>f the st.it? Port Investigating f'ommlsalon In his party will be Mrs Smith, the *.lls-cn Ma? garet s und Madeleine H Smith MU i ,...,*.. r..-. mi?. iMbel Hsrknaw, Mr? r T Hol ind Collseter and Mrs l.oeb .i., iti?? Morgan .t ? > Irrten n III loin i pariy at Havana \moriir. other? who ??ill sail sr? Mr snd Mn Walter s Mertwether, ? f. B Mol Mr snd Mrs T W. Williams, Mi and Mi . ? ' Boucher, Mrs H I. Trait Rui ?MK'r. former S? .-r.-tai-? -i \?. n snd Mr ! and Mrs \\ llllam H Ha? field MR CHANLER NOT TO RETIRE Denial of Statement That He Was Ort of Dutches Politics. The Tribune receive lust night ih , ? lng communl? atlon Po ighk? epsle, n \ . A pi II ? PI ? i rluted m man? n? w -1 ai', i n to ? h< that all announcement ??a: mad? meeting of the E>emo mi) pum mttte? oi l ?.?t :,? ss ? -ount? - lu Id Wednesday, of the Intention ol Assembl) | man '..-.? i - Btuyvesuiit L'hanlei i?i r? from pulltlcs is denied must i-mi N, si? b announcement was made it th ? meeting. Mr Chanler furthermore, I ?oui. nipl.i i lng au? b action. KUWAR1) K ri.HMNS. Chairman l?.\Nir.l. i< BPRATT Secretan I ?. n.... rail? ? '"tut, ? 'ummltti e Dutche s Count? NEW CHAPLAIN FOR SING SING. Ul ?n?. \i i ! Th? Re? William ? Istanl pastoi of th? Church of the II"1? lllll?? 'III?. New \?.|l? CU)', ?? I pointed chaplain <?f shir sin-; prison t" das io Colonel Joseph V ?-?rott, auperlntendent of ?late piisons EDUCATIO.N CONFERENCE tINDS. ! \^ hvllli tpi ii . Th.nf? ren? r fm <? edin ii Ion m . he Bout h In ? n lier? I ' . . sm< i" ? ? '?? nia hi ih? i ? i nd.i.f . t.. ins that of i ? Mit? bel', lent <>r tii* i ni?- rail) uf South i sru ' Uns. ' FRENCH DIPLOMATIC CHANGES - Jules J. Jusserand May Be TraBaietTfi from Washington to Madrid Taris. April i A sertas o' .1 lonutli being considered by tl * N trj o? ?foreign Affaira, a ! "Figaro. ' It ti retarde ' -1"1 pot Ibla l at at ? 1 , .. ii v Mhlngton, will ? ri -- tarred to Madrid, ai d tl a' Ant ??" Kk> bukowski, who is now French Mil '" I Bruasela. will !?'? aenl to VVaahlngt? X* ;, onflrmatl.f I ? **? ,? ' obtained The Kren? h t'ablnel ?- al ? I I OH an amb tasador to A ,..-?; t.. Philippe Mai i resigned ,;?M month, and ? ? have given i to ?' tranaf rs Anton) Kl.wal - * mentioned as a possible dor i" nu- t'nlted St."- ? . - 'rrno- Of II HP diplOI ' ? '? . oi ilai ? ireer In? lud? ' r ? Lima Bangkok t'alcutl i ai d 1 I * MISS NICOLL RETURNS TODAY Though Much Improved. Her Hc*Jth \ Will Not Now Permit Trip to Fnropa. ? rhilad? 'nid.? Vprl 1 Nlcoll. iaught ol Mr. a " ? :? ****** Nlcoll, of Ni ? ?ork, abo *,n _"?*?* oualy ill hero for two n fnr N'eu York , of Samuel B. Re?. Irst ? of the Pennayl itlroad. much iimrnuvl. Misa ' ? i in moving her fm lf..-r| m the Broad *"?' I mother fea | Mrs. Nlcoll raid te-ria h"1 K i v... m? tha -i?. - " ih"r .,, Rurope and ?III t?k? I >r ? i... i mi i ?? ' ' ? ? _ DR. PARKER to QUIT PUllHT. ?i ne Ra\ Jam? Pari ? ? ' ' ""' ? a rentui * s. eond i nited .Preabytertan ? nun Urr'" City, baa informed hla e - ?***? : i ttea i- algalm ' ? I v' '"'" it is rumorod that there la acme fusion m ihr congregation NEW YORK FROM THE SUBURBS if N, -v > . nti "ii Mm ?***1 Sam York bai ?? v a York . I I ??-' :: x ' ' i. i| na wl ? ?? 'v - ? ' ?''??.. . ,, mUraa?*? tea tarnu at ?""? prtaonnu it ?rv -.-??? Wai V? \. ': '" '"'.'hat L.? KHirnala ?Ill parmll th? ? ' * , The Phllhai L. ?,? .r of.be. . ?I M t*? ?' ..',..,.-??--" . *HNMg atoaba* OM ?sibticaa.