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r, octob-W t "12 yoik n ? i iptii n r m ??>? ??? I'"",a?? Dally o:i Bonda "??*?. 40a : . ?!x montna. . ?, I . one year. r0 I -., ne 1 lonth. .,,,,, Dally only, s x montha. ;.,,?, . I 28 'ha. 2,tlQ . patelaa flabaerlaUonfl to ?*''<-?,jnt*;1l'J* the rniv ?? Unlon. inchidlna paotaa* DAII.Y ANO hVHMi vr.o month.I1.M I one year.?" w ;. INDAT OWTLT: stx meatba.... U.01 Om yeat.ae.se DAIl.Y ONLY: OflM month.WM Oafl y'?r.$12.26 CAN \D1 AN UATK.S. riAii.v .*? nd IUNDAT: One month.$ ,M Oafl year.$10.09 D.ui.Y OUVti One moath.. * M ' Oafl year.f?.00 g| v i. | | <I S LY One month.$ .TB ' one year.$4 "8 J'r.nr.d at the IMitolfUe at ttOW York BB Becoi .1 claaa Mall Matter. Our readt oeafflf ? lavar by ad?rta? Inr sa whea they ara at al la to preeare a copv Of The Tr:' their nr? ad-Blflr. Addreec: Trlhun?>. Clrculatlon Department. INGENUOUS ASSES. Tht BmpCn state Deraocmcy was go piirf 1 few ahort wroiis ago thal Um Pemocrntk Btata Co iventioD wm ta be Murphy!*_?_ aml l.oss-riddeu th:it it placed its own state tieket in the Beld without waltlng for tha Murphy noml natlons. ?s Bad been the oriflnnl plan. New it has wlthdrnWn that ticket, con vinced hy the stajre piay at tajsexvee that the notnination of Sulzer was the dear and gaacoeienttod work of the deletrates and thal Sulzer owed nothlng "to ||r. Murphy or any otl.or boss." It ls a toucfatnf trihute ta the boeg'i kiiowledce of convention machincry a:id of delegat's' habits, and t<> hls ad<*ptncss in poiltieal gQbeoll work. It rspeaks voliimcs about the politlcal in liocence und ingenuousness of the Km jiire Btate Deeooernta. This orgnnL-atlon, afl *r i short ea? reer of ioud t.*'.lkin_ and threUtanlnf movoments richt up tr> the point of actual action ngaiiist Murphy. has none the way <>i* tlie Desoocratlc LeggOii Thnt aaaoelatlon of rlolenl opponenta of Murphy lifnallitd its eomtof into the pi?litii al world by OOgt-Og "Fllfey" C'onners frmn his place as Da__OCrattC Btate Chnlnann -a lit of excellent ser? vice for Murphy, whom the LeUfU. re? fused to conalder anythlng but a loenl ?_?*_, witli power COOfloed to New York Ooonty, nnd iu no ggogg ? mengm ta the state Iiemoeraiy. Then it accepted Murphy's noiuinee Dix, swallowed Murp'.iy's prntestatlons of "taiehe* ldenis'' nnd belped ta elect Morphy'i ticket in i:?i'?. Apparently tbe nau seous experience of the Murphy i>ix adniinistratl'i'i has not been enongfa for these men- for the leaders in the DOW orsranization were the mottre force- ln the old. Bejo-dng ln the defeat of (Jtovarnor l>ix as a v'-tory, they plan to "en "cotirage B-Jner lu tbe belief that by "independent. COnragOOOB action be CUB "draw to blmeelf the support of all in "depeodentfl a> weB as the regular ?iieii'flcrats." OUd that I)ix. the man In vvhese virtuo they tmsted. is de featad, they pbm to put into offlce Sulzer. the lileloti_ BUppOTter Of the gyaton whlch eedneed Dlx, sulzer. of whom "Tbe Erenlng Poat,*1 their gpokennuui and coonoeUor, said thnt as Bpenker Of tbe Assembly h* b*t (Yoker dictate tbe commtttea rdntei iu the Hoffman Hou.se cafc. Bulggr, who deals in : stump-speakor's bunenmho about "lndapendebca*' .?ind the "plain paapto,*1 and serves the Ikiks and tbe machine every day ln his life! Neru rally, Sulzer, the man who in 1802 let Oroker dlctnta hls gppointmenta, iu 1B18 WOUld refUM t<? te^ Murphy do the sauie thinp. So the Bmpire State Daaoerntai end all other hiuer foee of Murphylnm. cannot fail Ut hall his nomlnation gg the culminatlon of "propre^B and true democraey." But their action inevltably ralses the rjues tlon, "Must nn anti-Murph*r Democrat be an ass?" REDUCTIO AD ABSURDUM. The most eerloiM feature of the f'ali fornia elet-toral pituation 1s mt the heavy handicapplnj-; of the Republican candidates by exoluding them from g TlHce on the prinf'd thket and the gross fraud of putting candidatos of one party under the nurne of another party t<? whlcli they are bitt?*ily op posed. thongh these tblngl are BUfB clent |0 damn the law in the mtttdfl of rational and honest men. It ls rather the fact that in pursuaiiee of ko etOed "pm'.resK" and for the n* ptlted sake Of pre.'iter freedom of the franchise. in a civilized and enliKht tMied state. n law has been eauctad under whSch sinh tliin*.s are poaalble wltaoflrt recourae. T'te profoteed purpr>se of the "open primary" laws of various stat'-'s is to Mfnnehlee more fully all dttaena and ta "snlnrge and nftfimrd their ii.de pendence. Hut this CaJtfornlg law, so far as Ihe noinlnatlnn r.f eleetois is eor.cerned. according to the Chlef Jut tico of the BapteilM Court of that Ktate. does prcisely the '-.ntrary. *'It dls "franchises abs?ilutely the voters and "deprives them of the free exen ise of "their functlone as independent v .ters. "One-third of tbe roton are pogtttr 'ly "wlthout tl*.?* ri?ht fo expross their -frt'o ehoke." if thal were a deocrlp tion ot tbe UrtW by I politlcal partisan ln opjiosition to lt lt WOUM I"* n gjardod as "l'oIiik 10 the Kmlt" in detiiiii r_jgt-On. lf it were BOOM pro_re -iv.* rel\)ruier"s a<- -ount of an oldtime sys? tem of bossridden tynuniy, it would be regarded gg ftrlBf irreslstible rea iOCUl for proni|it rerlatOS of the elec? tlon laws. Hut it Is a hlgh judieial of Heer's delit-erate eli.ir.icteriz.'Ulon of Ihe latest consummate BOWCT of "prOffTM' Bive" legisiation. It ls an lnsfni'*tive illustration of the erej tbtafi tse BometliBeg done la tbe naiiie of progWO. -Nor l? it soiitary. d\er ln Now Jeraey tbe Inw forblde tbe conyeyance of agod, intirm or < rip pled voters to the polls in hired vehi t\ea linlfdi they liveat least tWO miles from the polllng place; so thut a inanj llvlng u mile from Ihe polls, who ll unaMe tO walk and baa no conveyanee of hi< own, ls pnii-ticilly dlsfnmchised. That. DJ tho way, was one of Oo*f* tM-or Wllaon. pat ineanvrea, just as California. tB**fraachitanaaat net was Um ma4_*fpiece of those '"Proirrcs sivrs" who tiaed to eall theniselves Ke pnbllcaoa. ii is the perpetratl-n 6_ racb folly and ln?|_Ity that nmre t.nn fthytblng 0_M diseredits th" \eiy name of '"reform" and ohetnictl real pn*;r ress toward purer iliCtlO?I nnd better ^uvernniont. THE ZELIG MURDER. The killiiu' o:' ZeUf* was tnned like tbal of BogaothaL Both were Just bboni to give evldence for the btata agalnal thi *~-_taetori of dci and eiiine. Pof thi!* 1*44401] it l;;Oks like the I work of a similnr eriminnl conspirney. Whether jt was mtended to deprive the District Attorney of nn Important witness und terrorize his other wit? nesses or wns merely an net of ven geanee of a personal eneiuy will re qnire the most careful investlgation, WTiii'li.-vor it was it arlll sorioiisly in teilere with the WOfrk of tiie pr<*soeu tor, making his other witnesses agalnal Becker fearf-1 of their lives. Bttber pnrpoaalj or hy a eotnc-tant. it wns | tinied so as to strike terror amnns tefonnara. The poilee showed Uiro-Ual alertness in the pr..mpt eapture of the nmrderer. but the erinie, whoever was really re sponsihle for lt. exhiblts the eontempt in whleb nssassins boM Ihe pOllei ln this elty. It was eonUDltted in Ihe boldeal and most open manner. A COUl* munity whicii had no |>olire protee fi.-ti at all wou'd oot suffer from mon high-handed crlme than doos Naw York. And, ineidentalh , the la?k of -rj-gten nnd proper iliseipliue in the police foree was illustrated. The mur dcrer uaed ? polkwtnan'a revolver. The otlieer to wlitdn it lielon^s says that he lost it a year and a half ngn and has hnd DON since. Hns not the de? partment any means t*f informlng lt seif whether the oflkera nre properly eqnlpped or notl ls not au offlcar eyer raqoired to ibow his revolver to hls gnperloral PROGRESS" BACK TO MARCY. fJorernor Wllaon, the greal apogtta of Tit_i*!44lTC De-aocrae]." axprcaaaa beart) Mt_*f_cti-n with tiu- nonrinatloa of Mr. Sul/.er for '"-nvernnr of New Vork gnd doclarw thal the ticket "f which that gcntlcmnn is the li'.'i'd "it* "of a kind to .rntify I'ro.resslve Detnn "crata rery deaplj." His rannlng D<ate ln this ^rogrcaarre" catapelgn, Qor* ernor Marahall, who i>oasts ot barlng known Mr. Stil/.er infimauly for a long Itlme, deelarea that i>e knowa of "no ??maa whoae charactat is m:>r-* indlea* "live of tiie new era in poUtb-l" Mr. JdcAdoo, thi vlee-chalrn.nn of tha Democratlc Natlonal Conw*-tt_e, 44* stires the pttbttc that Mr. Sulz-r "in ?(very traj moaanrae np to tba stand "nrdi whleb the Profxeeriri DentotrraejJ ; -"denianda ot' its eandtdataa.*1 Mr. sulzer bltnea-t wtth ?? fr_n_c<*M land explicltness ns great as thoatl I whleb Gorernor Wllaon hlinaeU pro feaaea imt falla t.? pnctlea, deeiap-s himeelf fo be "ji flrm baUarer in thi "doctrine "To the rtCtOt- bilong UM ..is*'" as a practical rule ,.f polltica and of gorenunental adndniatratlon. It is more eonlirtaatoi's ihau surpris j Ing tltiis to he ivmlnded. on thi unim (peachahle authority of theaa three an* ' prenM leadors of that p.'ir'.v. that "Prn **i*4aat**4 Deno-rae*rM rareria in teopeel i to the pnbllc s* rvice, to the dmoI "*e_* | liit-iotis aud detestable features of tbe : old spoils system. lf QOTfrDor ViNon were as "expliojt" as lie \nunts blmaelf f?.ii bitng, he abould say something like this: "Mr. Sulzer is a m> 'ISanitH* itt-J "an enetiiv of the nierit system iu tha "eivil aerrlce nnd hls iiomlnat'on ls ?"de.*piy grattfylng to |-*Tiigrwad*>- Detu "oe;-ats." But wili his '.Ingfi track mlnd" iverrnlt hlm fo be so frauk' _____________ SECTIONALISM IN CRIME. j 'i'he lntlmn-len that one state or one part of the country is less lnw-abidin? than another is usnnlly resentod ns ln* rldlone nnd unfatr, while the su?2;es tioi, thnt this conntry as a wbolo is more prono thafl lOttM Othen to sei'loiis Infractloni of the _w is flgnona.l as groaaly nnpatriotle. Nevertheiess, the concrete. cahical and con.eah'd faet? to "go one better" on Mr. Halfonr's chanctetiaatlen of u untruth- isthat both of these things are true. Tlure ls a mnrked contrn*>t Uefween d'fferent part* of this eoiintry, tind there ls t contrast whii h is not at all r_*4ditabli to us hetween this country und B0tn4 others. <'iting slntlstirs of the Oiist's Bth reau, "The Speetntor," of thls cltv, polnta out that 1n the ten years 1!*<?1 'P? the number of homicides In lOOyOOO jiopulalion was in Newark, N'. J., and Bochegter, -A: in I'uffalo, 2J; ln rhiladel|.hia, 3.7; in Hnltimore, 4; ln' Brooklyn, 4.2; in Boaton, 16; ta ritts-j | horgb, 4.9; in Mnnhattan and Tha] Kronx, r>.i, in Waahlngton, 8J; la Chlcago, 8.4; ln Cincinnati. 0.4; in San' "Trandaco, llSj in st Lonlg, |24t; in l.ouisviPe. lflLfl; ln Atlautn, 17.1; in) New Orleans. 22.'-'; ln S.nannnh, 2.*>.d; \ in Charreston, S. f", 27.7, und in M"in phis, 47.1. In a total of thirly cliies, tiie rates were: Kleven Ea.sfeni dtteg, ?i.'.'j; seven Central oities, 7S; three Wegtera etttai <the Far Westi, 9.7; niiie Southern clties, 14.7; uverHpe of aii tbe thirty clties, CO. Now, there are oontraatg among dttm nnd among sections of Ihe couu S try whleh cannof he doi to icddajnt or to tamporatfy eo_dIttona, but which must be due to the fixed habits aud tamperoment <>f the pnipie. In other w'?fds, the paopli (>f New Orleans gra more than four times as much gheu to mansi-iijrhter as those of Manha'tau and The llroujc, and tbi people of riiarloston are twelve times as mur darona as those of Nawadt bfaa slauuhters are nearly tlir-e and a half times as nuinet'otis iu Southern as ln Kasteni eiti?*s. Stieh fact.s are not ?graaabli lo the dtkH and to the ?ee tion of tiie icuntiy it- whleh erimes gra ihus sbc.wn to he most frexpient. But fl.e.v BOMB to be facls, and their un pleasaiifness only einpliasizes the urg ent desirability of "doini- 40iathlng gbont lt." The international COntradt between the Unlted States and tht Unlted King dom is no less etrlklng. The flgures given are for the years lOOO-'OO. for Kngland and Wales on the one hand and for the reglslration area of the I'nited States on the otiier. In Eng? land and Wales the number of bomi cides to the 100,000 popnlation was .!?. and in the re-ristratlon area of the I'nited States it was 1.::, or nearly five tlnies as great. It may be observed, in paattag, that ln Ewjlnnd and Wales the luiinbers of homtcides of males and females were extictly the same, M each, whlle in this country they were C.:, nttlea and 2 females. It would be dltliciilt to interpret thene flzures other wise than as indicafing loss respe-t for bumail ttfe in America than in Emg* land, as nlso less ln our Southern States than in the What and North. Tta* magnltode of tbe d-ffereoce etronf ly BUggeata the nee<l of the most effec? tlve reinedial measures that can be de vised. CONSISTENT MIMIO WAR. The Trlbune l-> trying to convict "The World*1 of Ineonalatancy for sup portlng Mr. Bulaer after saylng it arould suj.port nobody who "ls not avowedly anti-Tatninaiiy." We regard Mr. Sulzer as Hiiti-Tammany, Just H we regard Benator O'Oorinan as anU TammatiV, in spite of th" fact tbat both are irlentilied wlth the Tammany organl_.-itlon.~-The New York World. ??The World" ls mistaken in thinktng that The Tribune _.?-? uses it of incon ileteiicy. On tbe contrary. we rcgaid its BUppOII of Mr. Sulzer gg pcrfeetly consislent the entirely gpproprlato ending of g shani battle. When the war game WhM at its height "The World" annonnced tbat lt would BUp potfl no one who "was not avowedly anti-Tammany." Now it supports the candidate of Mnphy*- eonvention. tbe Tammaay Hall Coafreennaa Balaer, showing that its "neclanition of Inde? pendence" was only a big blank car tridfC llred at the bos?. It 'rog.vds" Mr. Sulzer as antl-Tam many. By the same pnwess it mlght "regard" ' Murphy as anli-Tammany. Two years gfO it "regardod" Mr. I>ix. j Murphy's state chairman, as indepen- j dent Of Murphy. It also "reganled" Murphy .is an Incotisiderable figure, \ with little power even In his own j county. Thls yearlt "reganN" Murphy. | who had the" Byracuae coavantlon ln hia real pocket. as batt-f ,*abdleatadfM and therefore not to be foared by tbe state. Whlle lt ls about it why doegn't it "regard" Mr. Sulzer as not only anli Tnmmaay bnl "-awwndly anti-Tam many"? ' Bolonj __? 11 eoattOMI tO "te* card" the work of Murphy's conven? tion as aii'I-Murphy it will only be flring blank eiutridges at the boss. For the proof of this we Luminond it to the rereading of its own war game attarancea, whlch wi reprtnt atee* where J our con.-ern. however. is not wlth our nelgbbor'a ronetotoney or Iscon Blatency. it la doteg thla year Joatl what it did two years ago and what, the Demoeratlc Menemlee,< of Murphy nlwavs do. It h*s ?fought" tne bOM | up till the day the convention ad journed aad BOW lt ls holping ele??' I - ticket that will ?*^?k,, Mm gtronger and more danferooe than ever before. Bnch "enmity" is the BOUTCe Of tbe boaa'i power. For this raaeon the peo ple Bbould nol be footad ggnln by the appearance of tbe boaa's "enentdea" In BUPPOrt Of bil ticket. The WtOtb WOTB all powder nnd thej were fifed ll bloodlcag play. And when tbe umpire ruled the Murphy position taken and Murphy blmoelf elali it wae ? abaai defeal and a aham death ln ? ibamj battle _ __ MONEY AND BUSINESS. The NVw York BtOi k BachangO haa beea eonapleuoua during the week juri ended for its indleatloni of the Btranfth undTlylng preaenl sio-k msrket OPaTB tlona a? a reeuH of reported amr in ihe Balbana arltb aoaroaly " ofarnlng"* tbe rtocb marketa of Burope dumped bund**OdB of thousands of Amerlcan Bbared held abroad lnto thls mark-t ?ftl'hin a j.er!<>d of two days. at.d fon Od ? Bupportlng Intareata bara to ntlUxe more than fBOuOOO-BOB to prevent a ?ertoua decline ln pr. 1 a, It was unfortunata hl one way that Ihe market w.is called 'ni! thls tlme to digest ao much stock ffOBfl unoxpacted BOUTCaa, aa during the fe\v duys that the market had t>ern put ln condltlon for an advare ? by BOtabHohtng B bad erahlp among tha Btandard laauaa, guf? jicient public Intereal had not :"-n BB tabUehed to koep oonlldence on edge and to Insure r-tdck roUUVOry from a BUddan ahoek. etOu ln I properiv -rnarahalled progreaalve atock market. However, the dlgcstive organa of the Naw York sto'k market have. been tufted and lvive been found to be in ?;ood conditlon, so public confidence may gTOW stronger as a result. Wlthln the . ..nttiics of our country the advanoa of bualneai has been i-un llnuous, and the only change- reported nave been indkative of larger Belda of OA tivlty in every branch of tiadt* and a stronger element of fuith sj-readlng throughout the land. The partod l.aa passed when there ls much UttOOrtalnty regurding our crops, and ln Beveral parts of the Houth v. here cotton 1 klng the advance of tht* barveet has deflaltaly nxed the atataa of tlut c<tn m< dity so far as the pTooent crop is LOnciarned. and the retail marketn are bafljlnnlng to feel the good effects. In Texas and the lower Ml/u-lsalppl Valley Optt-B-HB prevalls. The corn cropB whiie darnaged some hy frosts, Will bo very laTfe, and the Weatern States up pear to be developing an unusual vul uine of buaintss. Pho revlews of the v.eek hy ci'inmerclal agencles are ex praaataa of condltlons whlch aeareely admlt an inharinonlous note. Bron_L vigorous buatnaaa Intareata are sweep ing aslde incldental lnterruptions, and even less than in former weeks baa polltlca BfUI-d in the plana of leading coinmercial undertakingH. The Iron and steel trad" reports grow moiiOtonoua with their dally records of husineaB exjianaion. Ordeis are flOOd ir.g the mllls, whlch now aro choked wlth apeciflcations, and the 1918 output is rapldly being enntracted for, whlle prlcea edraaofl almost automatlcHlIy. In the branches of trade, such as dry goods, boots and shoes and hides and leather, there is nont_BU-d betterment reixirtcd, and wlth the exceptlons of labor troubles due to atrlkes in the textilcs and the Increased demaiid for labor ln tho Iron and Bteel district* llt? tle is shown to warrant other than ii' erfulnesp. Money during the last week has been more plentiful. and rates for eall money have been easler than during the pre rlOtM week. Should the dlsturbance ln the Balkans not bc settled wlthln a reasonable period New York banklng Instltutlons wlll feel the effect ln the cheeked importation of gold to this market. But ln case of necesslty the Treasury Department may be called on for asslstance. At the present tlme no such situation appears to be confront Ing the New York money market, and ln other centres of the United States comparatlvely easy condltlons are re? ported. Tbe Balkan crlais and the requlre menta for October payments caused a Iusb of gold coln and bulllon by the Bank of France for the week, whlch araa reflec ted in a temporary suspension ot gold peyments by the bank and other flnnnclal lnstitutlons of France. The Bank of England and the Imperlal Bank of Oermany both reported a de? creaae ln gold on hend. but the atate monts dld not cause any alarm. as, OOmparod wlth previous yoars, the showing was not dlscouraglrg. Isn't lt almoBt tlme some of the "in dependents" began to eall Murphy "Mr." again? Now let every American eltlzen who j can do bo take a look at the gatherlng | fleet in the Norlh Kivor and feel an 40044a of prlde and conrtdence. a Mr. Sulzer relles on Murphy. The re llance le mutual. Secretary Wilson may have lald the basls for a regencrutive movement In raataaraal eceaemloi when hi sug gested tbat people turn away from beef and take up mutton. But as soon as the movement gets really startcd some pres< lent well w;sh< r should apply for a permanent lnjunctlon restralnlng the pnr krrs from booatlng the price of mut? ton to a parlty with that now com manded by beef. -? Sulzer thinks ho hns a "eall" to re daom the state for the people. Only Bull Mooses have such a "eall " "Mr. Bensel, who, wlth the lato Mr. "Tremtm. of the canals, was the author "of the seheme for turnlng the Hi/h "wsy Dapartmanl into a vaat bureau "for tbc 4ld and profll Of Murphy con **t**40_**ra, KhouM not have been ranotB* "Inatnl." sald "The Rot hester Herald." ""lh. K.-ime is true of Mr. Kohmer, tho *%Ubml44tY4 tOOl of Mr. Murphy, whol "was evldently left on the ticket In the ( "bope that his prosenco there and his ' "recird ln ofhYe would be overlooked.' Cannot th. upstato men boo that Mur phjr WU the reason for the renomlnn tlrn of these men'. Ar.d that the head of a Murphy ticket muat be uf the 44444 | hlde 41 tbe t;cil" - I THE TALK OF THE DAY. Iu tl.- nihdO- of an .idvcrtl*tng agency i: Broadway ia a aaachanlral _4Tloa tt* :-. ?? tt.i,; tl a i- _t* ?' cawp4lgB thal la ? . . , | deal of attenttoa. Tha wbit- ifou*.o at Waeblngtoo la ahawn at the t<.p of n hlll of v.-rdunt green. and andeaimlm tn raaeli it. t"rtaia ara Taft. RooaaroM and Wllaon. The flret 041 data arr*-ar*4 af th- foot of tbe hlll | aatrtda at. alaphant. which is propolled up lv. tha v.r> pawb ot rii*- I'reaidrntUl leoldancn. oniy ta oBp n blddaa aog aad ta.:; t-> thi baaa ot tha IneUna Rooaeralt, aaooated u|...n an antlered boll I . - - ? bahtod tiltn. nnd a Mmllar | fat- ov-ttake* blm N'<r d048 Wllaon I fare aa? bett-r Tho li.-tr.ocratl'- niul*. | aud nder rearh the bffltoa, but only tu allg back. All tb- rl<brt> era p-r.everlng, noa ror, -n't they ao aoonar r.-aoh tn? ? than they atOai t?r tbe summlt again. At Haaea they niai"- tbe trlp aJngly. tlon agah" tb.- three rlders *?*** i pt ?? aaeh aad n*ck up to tha ealaaaaed |)..r<h. to alldo rtnally dovwr Bgato and repaat Ihe i erformance. "Tha trath, tbe ?hole trath, and noth? ing but tbe trath," i- the niotto of pollee Tntnoeeaa at t-trad. "DM you aee ootnlag tbroogb tb.- door?** a4ke.i ,i .-.. Ildtor in court "No. alr: tn.--.iKb the doorwor," anawered tho police preetalaa in the box.-Lorulun Qloba rjOMi gtOT HOT Ko*tf'OTTKX. There's a .ubMance, by ladles hrlrt hlgh ln oateern.. And wc get fr?(jti*-nt whlff*. of lt all j winter long;; In hls overeoat pocket* man never would ' dream .')f pla.-ina n-n aitb le amellini- so utrong. ! Tbat pestllant odor I 80(44-4888 (OrgOt, Hut ofl when ln churcli, ln tho fall of the yaar, I thlnk aro th?-y uaing that wretched atuff yet'' Do tho ladlaa have mothbdlls In nil that th?y wenr? No, the mothballa they ahook from tbelr clotboa wlth ft wave, Hut BOBM crystal. lay hldden the *rnr merits upon, And a vnpor arose from thelr substance which gara All tho frii-rnrice of mothhall-;, whon mothb-clls were gone Thua memory draws from dlsarust, ere lt I'oin, An aaaaaaa that breathea of lt many a J< ar; Thus atrong to my mlnd, as tt ls to my rose. ll tl.e BB0thbaH we nmell ln the fall of theyo:.r G^B. M. Bolldtor (encleavorlng to dlHtover dlont'a legal Btataa)?But, madam, hdw long i? it ?tooe you beard from yaar husiband? t'lioni Weii. ...-r aee, 'a lefl tne the day V araa marrled, and truth la, l aln'l t-ard nothln' of 'lm alnco. uoi wantod; leaat aaya, i did "'_r oaaual-Uha that e aera doit.l, but it niay 44 only 'la fun.?Funch. Paaaeagera on a ateaaier that reached *ff4W Vork from <"entral American ports recentl* had an unusual tale to tHi of a woodpecker tbat boanled the 844441 Whoa lt was more than a hundred mlba off tb ? coast. and aft r .pencilm? the nlght ln 4 scrap hasket ln the puracr'a 84-?W made ita aaeapa and landed in New Joraey. Whaa the aaaaal wai anoo_Bt48iag h.-avy weather off Caie Ilatteras, two daya fiom New York, passengers aaw a largn bird battle against the wlnd, until It finally reached the vesse!. l-'lylng to the ngglng, It clung there exhau?ted. About aanaM the smoklna- room wa. llghted, and at the same tlme the blrd awooped down from tt.? Iofty posltlon, through a . porthola, and lit on a table, ut whb;h a j gamo of aordl was In progress. Wlth the aid of several pa*J?eiiger. th ? pursor, after a llvely aoramble, caught the bird. lt turned out to be a itlcker. or hlgh holer, aa lt Is more eommonly called. one of tbe lurgo.t American woodpeckera, and an unuaually heavy bird to bo so Car out at *'-u The pur_*r put lt ln a STap baaket for aafe keeping. but next morning lt mar.aged to move a board that had been rlaced across the top of the basket. and wlth a single hop it reached a porthole. The BtaUBMr -as passlng At? lantic Clty at the tlme, and the night in the baaket had made the bird hungry. CateblUg sight of the Boardwalk, which would at leaat afford exerclae for its long Ivory blll, the fllcker flew toward it at a rnlle a mlnute rate. "Kvery rose has Its thorns,-' quoted tlie Wtofl Ouy. . _._ "Tea. usually taklng the form of a "Jtii from the Borlflt,*' ad.led the Slmple M'.tg AN APPEAL TOR REC0ON1TION Chinese Societies Ask That We TreaL New Republic as We Did Brazil. To the Edltor of The Trlhtine. Slr: The llve leading Chineae organlza tlons of tht (Jaltad SUu-s, the Chlnese Amerlcan League of Justice, the Chinese 1'rotective Aaaoclatiou, tlie t'hine.-ie I 'on aolldated Soclety, the I'nited Chambers of Cornmerce and the Chinese U-etievolent Soclety, with headquarters ln l-oa Anuelea and San l'rancisco. at u jolnt meeting held in thlB city yeaterday. addressed the foiiowinj- open latter to Praaldanl Taft: IU Hla ixcllenev Wllllam iluwarii Taft, Hreeidcnt ur tii.- United atataa oi America: The Ut-lneaa of the United States. inein bOTfl ot the underalgueu associalion ie BPecttuny cali jour attention to the foi lowlng undifl] uted tacui: The 45o,*jeu,*?iJU people of China, tor centu rl?e oppreaaed by tba Mancbu i-rtn ot governrueiit. bave, llii'ouB-ii patnotic i i*_lllon and Baoguinar} r?v__u__>n, ea-ao' llabed a free repUDliC. i b? foundera <.( tha new republic eom-, pietely vanqulahed tbe Manebua. Tba Manebua, one and all, bava long eom eded that the republic la a reemy; th_t toey have baOO l oinpl.tely routod. Tba peopla of ( hlna recogniae and re Bpect tho new republican tonn <>i gOfern ment ,,, . Th* ofBctalfl ol Ihe new republic (.-?'.?' proved tbamaelvea to be men ot a pro grttjeive, patriotic, cupaole and coii-truct lve cbaractei Tel the I'nited States government uas for many months refused to reeogni.e the hepubllo of Cbina. four bonorablfl Becretary of state has ?xplalned tbat your refuaal Im In aceord ante witii -the BstabUabed ueagea of m ternatlonal law." We re?peetful!y call your attention to tr_! fact tbat ull actual nv.-laiioiiai y con fli<-t haa termlnated ln China; fluch dla turbaacaa aa are still Infrequently report? ed by ti.e dally preae, auch as ln too chow. are not "t i national or revolu Uonary character, bul are only aena-po Utlcal auch uh occui frequently under all condltlon in all countrioa Tha atablllty of tb? neu republic cannot be queetloned. in. United Btatea wa? prompt m ex tendlng recognltion to Portugal, Braall, Mexlco and Boutb and Central Ajnencan republtca, even at llmee arhen biterneoine war/are wea In i rogresa Thfl Congrem ol the United Btatea unan Imoualy urged thfl Immedlate recognltion .u ti." now Republlo ol China a number oi munthe BgO. . . , Were tbe "eatahiialud uaasefl ol mier natlonal law" not the aamfl when tbfl Unfted state. reeognixad Braall, Portugai. they ara to lay' Whv do vou not rec.iKntZ" th<* new ue publlo ol China*? We would reapectfuliy BBk you if II l? becauae youi Seen ti rj o Rtat*-'* haa aubmltted rflaaonfl ot whtcn wa , . not awara? if ?o, what them reaaona may ba ? , 11 - Repul Ua ol China eoel Ita paop a mucb aulfertng. much bltter ?acrinc? and bleodabr-d. lt la buiit on the aame ?*'*** princlplea 'hat form the foundetion ol Imerlcan fi.lom. llberty and equallty. 1 it waa eatabllahed thr ? igh the mnw ter revolutlonai trugi that eharae tertsed tl - Mrth ol Amerlcan Indepen? dence We believe China li entltli ipatn conalderaUon ot ill natl mi whlch have paaaed tl ro igb thfl darh agm of ?? ranny and opi remlon int.. tha aarne brlrf-t Ilght of human llberty; lhat ?1 . ,i to your re. ognttton '?," r* ? ...... . ?. !,?.-? ? of tht Am< rlcan | r? ftrx lally alm thera can be no rea ionable queatlon of her v\ tal Intentlonfl*. her great ritai neee ot frlend I ? nncurrenci. ? ,, ,..-, af ,-.- onatructlon an.l r<-r ? tlon 1 aa arrlved. Th( i."'?? of th< I i Btatei an H ' ,?,.;.., .v. their repreaentatlve ch| ' avecntlve w< I "-???? v"" "!':' "', , , ,f -,, thi Imple act. eatend to i - thi formal rec< gnltl m ot her new ri ? .. ,, -em-nl th; bonda ot ?-., , dahli that lona h .*?? ? ' ??? ? . w : ln Dortant ipflttfli . : ' ?""' ,!!n??(,.n--le:,.lv,1^nv . M gflcratarr Cblj ,n Ceague of Juatlt a _. ,.,. \ , eUm^JteetW, if* 11 TREES ON BROADWAY. i A Correspondent Has Some Sngges tiona for Coramissioaer Stovcr. Tu tba Bdltor ol Tb 1''! ^?lr Mentleo Ifl raade la to-day i Trlb nne laal tba Parb ComraUm *?"? te tiy Oriental plano Irem '? place of amtrleaa abne, aapeelally lo replam tbe tre-*a ln Broatfa nequantl] tra-alllag oe thla lborough? f.,r,, j bavt boea hnpreamil wltb the] abameful negHrt thal ba ??? fl ihown to the trees oa both aldea ot tha atreet gcarcel] ten eaa be found tbal bav? aoi beea nlbbled by berem balf way around Um ti-ink Bvb f>.' m helghl and the tnmk lefl bo r..t it Ifl very doubtful lf tbe Oriental plana tree eaa atand rweb Bl UM or can thrlve on rOCb tlllinK- or Btaad bavlag the roota eul att bj pavtng ooerattona or Bmotharad under aaphalt of eooereta \<t^ ementa Ia Bettlng oul t.ew Irem it la to he boped tha Parb Commlaalonm arlll I better flueeom than h.m beea obtalned ii Riveraldfl Park, where fally IQ per mnl ,,- ii..??, plant. d last aprin-^ have tlutila .1 Kutthormore, we bOBfl ti flflfl tha I property trimmed aa they are ???? out ao hh t.. prevent thi neceaalty ot amputattna large limbfl Bopplng dewB ". Wm feet above Ihe roadwayfl or rrtdewalka, aucb a*. may bfl BOOn la Broadwa) Bnd upper ltlveraide Drlve \- lo tha merit ?.f the Oriental plane Ueaa mucb may ba h-iii ?n both r_de? in toitei ? ? ? indltlona ot aoll and with rtgoreua, toea groartng rpeclmena flpten? did treefl ar.- obtalned, whlle under un* (bvorablfl BtmunMTtanem amny Bpedmena nre fur from flqualll-g th- AJB-rtcaa Cn. in atataty appearance. as to raalatlng tn ffctR i win only refer Inquirei- to nuany Bpedmena of Oriental plane treoB la Weer *w." Park, north md, ll al hava rn ei- ad Uoubleeomfl attantlon from th-' woollj aaterplllar, deleaflng the tna eorapletely. wishir.*.' our Parb Commlaahmer good hi-k with Ma new plantatlona, alao able tie<? trlmmera and most lineral treattneiit from tht Board of Botlmate. "WOODLAND rAi'N," New York. Ort 4, Itlt, SOME PLAIN LANGUAGE. To the tklltor of The Tr'.hune Prealdent ThWa aoand-d-mongara, who :.!?> (onstantly trylng lo hlacken the Bbar act.r of Theo-kwfl Rooeevell ln your col- j iiianu. are imt flt to hlacken hls shoes. "'heir r&baraetan and Bternal deollny an dlvln-ly told ln the 8th verae of the 21at , chaptcr of Hevelatlon. WILUAM lt- BAtDWlN, Llberty. N. Y., Sept. 3?, IMI [The verne referred to reada ah foi- J lows: "Hut the fearful. and unbellcv- j Ing, and the abomlnable, and murler- | ers, and whoroniongers aiul BOTfOerara, , and Idolators, and all llara, ahall have their part ln the lake whlch burneth with fire and brlnistone: whlch la tha Becond death."] ? SURELY, IT MIGHT. From Th* OirlnMari gflBMMfl Monltor. Harvar'l nil^ht Ifl ?-ven better by fullowlng up Ita prtM for a half-hour play wlth i-rlzex that may havo the ^rtact of ren.lcnalnx a lot of other two-hour thing- Into tlilrly mliiuUa. People and Social Incidents IN THE BERKSHIRES. [By T>l->_raph te The Trthuno.] Lenox, Ott. 6.?Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence C. Chapman entertalned at lur.cheon at the Hotel Asplnwall thls afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. C F. Quir.ey and Mlss Polly Quinoy, of New York, have arrived j at the Curtls Hotel. Mr and Mrs. Philip V. J-nr.tnxs. Mlss | Martha <**. Beeckman, OaOTgB A.len Munn and Mrs. DOUghU RoMMOa aro members of a house party whlch Mr and Mra. William Douffl?4 Ploatie have at _lm Court. A large party of L**nO*l cottager* , wore Invlted for dlnner t< -nlght. Mrs. iRlehard Gambrlll wlll arrive Tuesday, to vl.*slt wlth Mt. and Mrs. Sloane. Colonel gpancar Cooby. of \Va*-hln?ton. ls a gueet of Ifra Pre-erle Sei-.enck for a few days. Fulton Cutting ls vlsitlng Kreijerick Bohenck. ! Mr. and Mra. .Joht: A. Orlswotd and Mr. 'and Mrs. J. Noble Hayes, of N-w York, !are automo'olli.ig in the Berkshlrea. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harkneca Flaglcr ! and bUaa Flnglor tnctored from Mlll | brook. tt. Y., to-day. and were g.rsts of Mr.-". Charles A. I.amont -nd Mrs. James U. Josup at lun-heon. ' Mr aad Mra B. Howard Martin. of ! New York, are vleltlng with Miss clemen I tina Furnlas. | Mrs. John D, Wood, who has been a guest of Mrs. Rohert Wlnthrop. has gone to New York. Woodruff Button. Charlea F. Rogera, of ttaw York; Btanley ***hon8paon, of Lon? don; Mrv Etobarl Dawaoa Brat. and the 4fiB*i*_ Kiint. or Boeton, ara at tha Hotel AaplnwalL Mr and Mr*. Carl De f'ersdorff, Mr. and Mrs. Ramaay Hoguet and Miss Lteettej iihsi wiii cloae tbelr Btoehlirldgi vria to-morrow. THE ANTI-MURPHY WAR Its Rise, Progress and De cline. THK D_-*"__*K**_. From The World, gMipttJhtbot T, Mtt, "Tba World" wlll not support a candldate for Qovernor wbo la not avou.dly aiiti-Tairiuiany. KOItl DBFIANCl From Tho World, Soptembor I.'. 1r<!2. if tb.- Damoerati BBTNO "OOOD" NOT BNOUQH. laptambar To nd the party of Murnhy'a domlnatlon tr. New York _ now ih.- moat ln aoi ? i . Lmp4lg*i rr Ifl Ni ?T ENOUOH THAT MURPHY SIIOT'M) CONSKaNT TO BE "OOOD." IT 18 N'iT i THAT WK BHOULD BE BLUDOEONED INTO NAMINO A CANDIDATE FOR OOVERNOR WHO WOULD BK PER80NALLY ACCEPT ABLE TO DEMOCRATA OF THK WOODROlr VILBON TYPE. 'rh.-r.- cao t?- no ;- ? ?;'....- compromUe with a i".ss like Murph;. There can b ? n>> aatlefac* | trr\ .?? 11? ? me ? : tl ?? Syracuse ct nve ntlon 11" IT LEAVEfl MURPHY IN CONTROL ,,[.? thi; PARTY MACHINERY and ln a poati m to eaplolt tbe Democracy of New 1 own pocket. . ? ? i_ F"R<IMI8E . NBtobar i i V r the 8 nventlon to lurreo .!? r to M . mpromla- with Uui: afeaa thal the nomlnatlng i menace I , t >v* ernraeni and mui I ? ? own : _ coi ruptlon IdTJ-T Bl ANTI-MURPHT. From Tho \\ , > 14, . L'nlt tati oaventlon nontdn il i . rernor who \p PUB* i :? i." KNOWN to i'.i: an anti MURPHY DEMi w RAT the next Oov ? ?' '. York wlll ie Oaear rf S'>au. or ?' ?b E. Hedg ei ? >: them Oovernor. -ithei if tl andldate ?hom ln* ia of Pre.lden tlxl prel can < be* rt illy eupport. THE RETREAT ***ron The W oi Id, i wtobi r 8, ifll, TtM Tribune i let "Tbe World" of Inci ? ii| portli ,r M:? Bt Izei aftei - . -...- II wou] ntl Tam IVE REGARD MR Bl LZER as ANT1 'i amm \.vv j-i.st aa we regard >?-,ai.'Oorman ta antl-Tammany, ln rp te i t the faet thal b< -1i art kdentlft. ,t wlth tbe Tammany organtaatlon. BULZER'fl "AVOWED" ANTI-M'/K PHT1SM Roi ort of nn Intervte* wlth Mr Sulzer ln The New Yori; Ttm ra, i tol ar i After aome further promptlng, N*r. Bul* I Ber added that, bi lefly aumm td up, what iped to do, :; elected Oorernor, was Ive . 11? government back to tba poo pb ??? ?!'? you expeel that T.nnmany Leader Charlea F. Murphy, wbo is leadei of youi party In thia atata, arlll l..!:> you in th. ? la?table pui poeef ' Mr. n. aaked I rory confident that ba wlll," tald Mt. Bulaer, after a inomont of heal tatlon, end after flral declarlng that he ? ) ?! nol eare to diacuoa Mr. Mutphy at thia partlcular tlme. ? if an> one In tne oooree of this cam? paign Bhould ra!> ? ihe queetion of *\hat my relatlona wlth Mr m irphy wlll be, r *h:ill eit be at a loaa for an answer," he added Report of an Interrlew arlth Mr Sulzer m Tha Ttlbunt. i ???? ?r t, Utt "U_ you nn-an that VOU want to p1\e the governmenl to THE PEOPLE \s OPPOSED TO THE BOBBEB?" the oaa* didate w.n BBked "NOW, i DON'T WANT TO OO INTO THAT," he replied, wlth a wave of hla ban 1 "In thia hour of trlumph I have . for all." "How about Mr Murphy?*1 ??l answered lhat," he replied, ahaklng - t Bgaln. I w U i tO g)ve ttl? i/ >v . mmei I back lo the i eople I i":r'i, CONFIDENT THAT M ti MFItl'IIY WILL HELP Mi: IN EVERY way." > - C. E. ANNIVERSARY ENDS Enthusiastic Meeting* of State Dele? gates Held at Binghainton. Hlncl.amton. N. "i . Oct ri?Tbe ".'Oth an iry. ol tbe Xew York Btata Chrla* tian Endaovor ITnlo** la 41 an end. for 'Ba conventloo In **el4b*_tloa thoraof rioaod to-nlght with a great Batbarlng of mam* bera from all tba branch BOdettea of Blng* hainton and tba Bttendt?g dalB4-te4. 4441 ln the First Ptobvterlan fhurch. Tiie Bar. Dr. Hoarard B. 0**aa4, of Hoston, iit*t prealdent af tha atata union. gave the tiitatng addraaa an "ChrtoUaa Badaaror Tu bay 4ttd Yesi.rdiy," aud a consecra tlon sorvlce elooed tha oonvontlon. John R. CletnentM. of Mlruthatnton. was ra alaetad prealdent; Charlea Gibac.n, ot Albany, tirat *rlco*praaldant; the Rev. j. it. ttlzoo. of Waddan, thiru vlce-ptcsidont, and F. C Collln*. Syrucuso, treasurer. Tho 1914 convention go.-s to Huffalo. WHAT? HENRY CLAY II! From Tho t'olttmhla St \t* OaOgraBB_MUI Willluu BOIaM haa n nutnb?r of lai.dalita Rclilevptiienta to hla rrcdlt, but hia nornlnatlun BW BOfenMB ?t N'ew York dld not ralae the atandard of pulclirltude ln Democratlc (.uii'ildatca thia year. Mrs. Joslah Jex and Mrs. Gregory Sut* ton have arrived at tne Curtla Uotel. AT NEWPORT. [By Telegraph to The Trlbune.] Xewport, Oct. tt.?Miss Dorothy Bige low, of England, who .pent the greater pari of the summer here as the gueat of her aister, Mra. J. F. A. Clark, plana to take up a grand opera career. Miaa Bige low recently left here to return to Eng? land. wh. re she will complete her muslcal educatlon during the winter. Thls last summer _he frequently emertalned her Nowport friends wlth her singing. Mr. and Mra. R. Llvlngston Iieeekman wore the "vlctimB" of a surpriae party thls evening. T*he party was arranged by Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. J. Oordon Douglas and Mr. and Mr?. Nor? man de R. Whltehouso. Earller ln the day Mr a.nd Mrs. WiUon gave a picr.lc at \'aneluse for a number of their friends In the summer colony. Mrs. J. J. Mason, Mrs. Rlchard C. Derby and Mrs Alfred Tuckerman were dlnner hostesses laat evening. Mr. and Mra. I. Townsend Burden, who were abroad during tho summer. are ex paeted hore to-morrow for a short stay. Mr. and Mt-s. Wllllam Woodward have ctoeed thelr season and returned to New York. Badnay Herbert, af England, ls the guest of hb" aunt, Mrs. Ogdon (Joelet. Registered at the Casino to-day w*-e ftlllj laaailt French. H A. Vale, of Wash? ington, Charlea C.irroll, Jr., of Baltimore, a eruest of Royal Ph?*lps Carroll, end F. T. Frollnghuyson. of Tuxedo. a guest of R. T Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamtn Thaw wlll spend the winter ln New York. Mrs. Warren C. Ransom and daughter arrived from New Tork to-day to vlsit Mrs. James Grlswold Wentz. ADMIRAL YOUNCTS FUNERAL Religious Rites and MUitary Honors at Naval Hospital. Tho funeral of Rear Admlral Luhlen Young, U. I, X.. waa held at the Naval Hospital, Brooklyn, yeaterday afternoon bl aoeordaaoa wlth the rites of the Pom.a Cathollc Church. The offlclating rlergy man was Father J. P. Chldwick, forrr.erlr chaplaln 4a Iba Maine, who was present BB the representatlve of r_-*4***a,| Far ley. Efj was asslsted by th.- Rev. Eugene k. McDoaaldt atth flve altar boy* from st. Ifarjr. church. Bioohlya. Kia-'ht chief petty afl-484 acted aa boc'y bt arera, and tho guard of honor was raadf up of ono company of marlnes from tho navy yard aad a company of blue Jaeheta from tho North Dakota. At tho Naval Beapttal gate tho troope were dlsmi??ed and n-turred to the navy yard The body was taken to the Panngylvanla Btattoa, Manhatran, whence :t -??? Bhlpped to Washington. There wlll ba a tnilitary funeral at the Capltal '?-. aad the burial wil! be al the Arllngton National Cometery **********g those present at the BBrvlaaB were Pr. John F. Young, ? brothar of the late Roar Admiral Toutij.-, hls aifa and se\eral other member* of tht ftur.IIy. from Uoulavtlla; Hear Admlral Oe'rre C Raltar, retlred; Rear Adadral John n. Ed* la and capta n Albert fJlaavea. com mandaal of tha Brooklyn Navy Tard, ? ? ' B J. E. KERTAN'S FUNERAL Theatrical Perfoimance to HaJt in Honor of Manager. | I 'r?>m f h* T';t.-jr. ? ;: . -- . Waablngt n. c>ct. 6.?To. I . af i:. R?rnan. the vataran manager af Iha Lyoaam Theatre, ot' thia dty, ana Iha Drat exall <i ruier of the Balthaara I Ig Of E '.%.-. Wlll be bald t"-riorrow inornlng. Th- Kaltlmore EUu aill ;a> a last tribute to tha pOB iiar K!k BBd thaa* I ar.. ;.n<! the BOdy Wlll 11. . Bt_M for one hour m tbe Eiks' Hall in Balti? more. aii Ioohi thentr.'-s and playhouaaB n the I?aptre I ircuit will *itop tbelr per forman.es botwoaa the houte of IdO and p, m. to-tn rrow in memor; I .Mr. ECernan. 1 the Lyc< un Theatre baa baen detailed la ict as honor?ry aaoorl at a tttoa 4 BUca, Raglea and Lg* Tbeatre employea wlll accompaay tbe bod* to BalUmora. will te held to-morrow ug, al I o'dook, eoaducted by tn. Eaglea a -aqutoni hlgh " f*> tted at M o'clock at Bt Patrk?*? Church iiy the Rev Father IfcNamarta. riie body wil. be tak- n te Balttmon on a train ki.\lnn here at noon. Tha B?tfat paii aarara, t-pi-nanttngkthe ITailai __? mi Ly_ iw Tbeatre ***n|*T4a. wlll baU p, Btohlman, John K_pr>, Bdward M ("aa ley. Joseph Johnson, Martin Maloney and John A. Eilmger. "HALL STUNTS" AT VASSAR Upper Classmen Employ Infonnal VaudcviLle to Promote Fellowship. Poughkeeps?le, Oct. 6. -The lira* ol :he <*n tertalnmenta whlch feature th< beflnnlBd ,)f a v*aaaar freahman'fl career an 4*d *r*rta_y avantu**, when tho upper daaeanai ln each of the 84*844 rcsldence hall. 8-v "hall Btttnt partios.' Most of then ??** Intonaal vaulevllle, the object >: -__? ia to proaBOta faUowablp among ***? daaaaa aa wall aa aaMeg tha indivldaB membera af the hall. Tho rnore imi*or tant I'lit.-italiim.r.ts wlll be held la'er, and both tho junior and sop!iomo:e at_ gtva partlaa for the na_ c,.it* Many week-.ud ajueata aron BBtBI181484 baaa, 4bmoc tbem tifteen BarwaH stu? dents, deltKatcs to the 00nV4BtlO4 ? -hriatlan aeoonlatlona af the wuii__*i eollegea, bald at Btlvar itay ln June. MRS. M. L. CLOTHIER ILL. B| T. i-K'raph to Thi> Tl 1*104. I rbiia.ieiphiH. Oot ?:.-Mrs. Morrla L. Clothl.r la at the Iiryn Mawr llocpltal rt-i-i vering from an operition Tbe aur PBoaa say B_e arlll be eompellt- to ra* maln th.-re for at least slx week*. Mr.. -lotbtor ?a? a famlllar bgure at D*" Harbor this summer. Before her mar* riaxe she was M ss I.ydla M BU444448 ??_?a MISS FARRAR'S HEALTH GOOD. Iflaa ti.raldlne Farrar write.- UotR Munbh 10 4 Now York friend that tlw rost and cjuiet of thal clty have done h?r ko aaaoh aood that aha has never tell better. ' Laet nobody." she adda, '"W44*4 any aympathy on me becauBe of tho st.te pf my health!" She wlll sall for Anu-rb* un the Krunptlnz Wllhelm on October-* -? a - PROSPERITY IN MAINE. From Th* I_?"laton Journal. A C.rlbou corroapondent wrlt*a th?r? U * labj fainme In Arooatook and that lt la -SirllC-H to g-t men to plck potatoe.. M?n are demM*" Ing $3 50 to |4 a day atid boan!. 4?'-? IF THEY WERE SUFFRAGETTE8. ynan The Cleveland Plain Dealer. Tho .uatodlans of Harvard ttbrary , onil** slx Radcllffe (tirla n crowd. At thU rata ?? l'.adc llffe glrla would be a mob .nd twa.ty ? multltude.