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the rule of the majority But g?W?"?
10 the modcrn hab.t. and Jaflt to Bhow
I .? hOW
;irr7?,,;\n.wh.',,----jr...Ay ..-?;? -x
portunlty. exerl ^elfc lnfluence *ndd^
vMe their tlme betwei
vi?e and the efl l ! jXj
..nomination ai ''''i,, , ,. .? ', ,
... i, to i revenl the whole admtnii
thepubli. , 5 lt.JP.__8a
.mlhtaU-tlon. \Ner? this
impossible by law, l .."i see no reaaon
Wh) t. r ?:< ;i"'',
of au hu ,s n,i^'" ""' __*!;
i.I ither to mak ' record ot
,., v ,,. th) ? term than
ln Beekjne tn '
I -. w
One Term of Six Yearf..
i yeatfc- is "tv I Ume '?''
whi< h i i worh oui - eal govi rn
policies. Bix years - better.
, ?, uld make ia
ln Un C< natltution
it. brlngin* ? '"<>-??
operatlon of th* r?x<
branches The atudled etforl lii ??
to malntaln tl ?
trate ?*. i -tnii-K. a ' wou__
nol add an.' ii -I power to
Executlv. In leglslath ? rnatb ra,
would l give l "J^0
artual D.wet Iji ?< cutlve :? ??'? ? ' 'lu
veto .'ii th -I and th.
tlon ..i a polntmenta and the
of treatiee on Uy other, l woald not
Bat it ?:.'? B aeem 1
nol i.i at arm' i I i gth, as they now are
under oui
propow i t? :i'i. ln our hlat"
fullei rrftion l>>
?>\ bi bI atati am- n we have ever ha<
paaa a la? glv-na '
n?.H_ ita and ln the
li..ii.se at.d a rlght to ? nt< i n
cussion of the vr
ot it.- ? rlHlative n
Thla would beep Congrcsa mi
infornied as to the actual
the e\< i utfve . epai tme'nts, li wo ild
the department h. ida on lh<
?with referenee to thi li kn
own dei arti ' '">" '" """
awer approprlati qui Btli na In reapecl lo
t ii. tn.
ii v. e tix app
the < '<?!?: ? t ol ti.. :?
to defend thi Ir poeltlona, ai tl ll ?
opportunlty for the publl
Judge of the Executtvi and ? '? ?
ment much more iuatly and n
-.;..? thair under our present ayatem
Th- rules of th4 V.\o houi - i am
advleedj forbld the uae of abualve utn
iti.ai:.. by one member agalnst anothei
and by the meinhf-r of one houae agalnal
the other houae, or Ita membera A
Bomewhat Cloae egamlnaUon of thi i
however. of both 1 show
that there is a:.y Umltatlon upoi
parUamentarv cbara I
which mav be d Preal
denl. As to him, tb< n
thrir own aweet v 111. and I
leada th-.m lnto lani eplthetlc il
<l*srriptlor) of the < hief Exeeutlve that
could naraly be - tary.
Would Facilitate Legislation.
lf member.s of th, CflMaat W8I"I
the Boot theh very preaence would eug
pp?t, In the posaiiniity of reply. m
tlon in dlacuaalng the admii
-.nich does not now al all tlmea li
The stron^">t reaaon for advocatlng thla
change, however, la that tbe Infi
that the Bxecutlve shall have In ahaplng
leglalatlon shall be more _a barmony
vith the n ?ponslblllty that tl ?
hold him to tn respect to lt ;'
head Of the party that elected him. an.l as
auch, if Congri QtroUed by the
same poli; , aa It v i
looked to to ahapa the Congreaalonal
pollcy and to bi cure tbe paai -
statutea which the party platform has
promised. New, with such a burden oa
him, he oughl lo I
of brinjsing ahout what he triahee in tha
cbai-Cter of th< nald
ered hv Congrti . ? -. ?' r powera of
fierauaalon to secure the adoption of auch
f-Klslation than those which the
rlght to aend measagea and thi
opporti nlty of peraonal consultatlon with
leading members of the House aad I
ate flve him.
l doubt not that tn** preeono
Cabinet offlcera on the Boor ol
Houae would givi greater ha
plan for th?- eonduct ol public I
both houses. an.l would aecure much
more valuable leglalatlon In accoi
with party plans than we have HOW. Otfl
tba other hand. the system would ?
Congreaa to come cloeer to the Exi itlve
atui pry more effcetlvely lnto each act
and compel a dladosurc of tha reasons
iustlfying il Immedlatelv at the tlme pf
the act. and keep the public more aulokl]
advised by the direct nuestlons of liostile
critics. which must be anawered, of th<>
pio?;reB8 of buslness undtr Bxecutlv* aus
Evila of Unjust Criticiarri.
One of the results of my obaervaUoa
ln the Prcaldency la that the poaltlon la
not a place to be enjoyed by a aenaltlve
The experience ln the Prealdeney t .ugh
er.B the hlde of the occupant so as lo ( n
able him to reslst the stlngs of criti. isiu
?llrected agalnst him from the tlm> bf
takes offlie untll he Uys it down. A
query arlaaa ln respect to crltlcisms and
attacks; that are BM-fl without the sllgiit
<st referenee to facts, and merely for
the purpose of lnvoklng popular opposi
tion and dlstrust, and with the hope that
by constant repetltlon they -an aatapa
any posslble refutatlon. 1 don't know
that thla evll haa been any greater la
this administratlon than in a prevloua
adminlstration. All 1 know is that lt
waa my flrst experience and that it
aeeUMy to ine as if I had r>een more
ttreatly tr**d tban most Presldents by
such methods.
The result ln some respects ls tinforiu
nat* in that after one or two efforta to
meet the unfounded accusatlons deapalr
ln the matter leada to Indlfference, and
perhaps to an Indlfference toward both
Inct r.nd unjust crltldsin. This condl?
tlon helps the eomfort of the patieiu. but
J doubt if It makes him a better Preal
ent. Of course, t!ie reassurint? formula
that hlatory aill rlghl ona and will ??<>??
_nr> his Just meeri of i.ral^e ls eoneolatory.
put it is not altogetner aatlafactory. be
eause the thoucht auggests ltself that tho
tlme for remedylng tiie injustice may be
botrponed untll one ls g-ithered lo hia
laihers, and when he Is not then partlcu
iarly _Dterested in earthly hlstory or mun
dane affalrs.
1 thlnk the perlod for siiccessful muck
rakltiK is gradually drawlng to a i
j hope so We must conslder that the
rbullltion in muckraklng literature ls oniy
jpne of the temporary axcueafl of the tlmea
f ?
ft is not vhm the body U hot, fiul when
it is eooling thatit \* nuynt *H*c-ptihlr.
Don't sit around after exercising
to cool oflf, change your moist
\inder-clothing atonce.
Don't stop on the street corner
to talk with a friend, keep nioving.
. Don't fail to throw a wrap
around your shoulders after danc
ing, use care.
Don't fail to keep " Seventy
seven " handy and take a dose at
,the h>st chill 'or shiver?follow
these suggestions and you will
seldotn have ;i Gbl-l.
A sniall vial of plea-,ant pePeU,
fits tiie vest pocket. At your D ug
gist 25c. or niailed.
Humrhrtyi' Hom?o. M?dlcln* <o., 1--8 Wlli
|em 8t., New .ork?Advertl?em*nt.
DENT 1-im.i.v OW Tiic OOL
is earlBf Itaelf b? tiiing those
.. formed tha motire ror
I rlse.
Salary Is Sufficient.
Tbi cy la a great ofllce to hoid
t l? Burround.-.l
? (uu o! Ploaaur*
.... ni foi -i.- occupant, ln epue
bllltlea and th* Bhtn
? ., ? presentg for rolarepre
k. ? ;?',r,"r
Unlted Btatea
.. ?.. 8 aalar) by i o mians
:, t.. hla n_aar_i
Of HV . ? , B?t) oM onK',f"
I* hlm ui his i"iir
vrai - ' '?-* ' ' liv','. ?
: comfori Ihereaiier,
i nn thal lt ought to 8*.
ihe greal an I r**J l tne on y
1;,.-!. tlon il-.at-.- ?'? i"
egi al ? me* oi
l .-,.. ihoughi thal oa* aaa
? Dtljf useful t-i
his fe low roui trymi n The m*re en
tlnael of - II
one . aa Ha on<'? memor>
on n ? '? ?? thro gh the ?x*r
ntl il power there is little
. ,), ti.r contemi latlo? ol tne
that ln splte of tbe
very eniphaUc verdlct b) which i !***?
;v tha de*p*at grati
i |< '? ?*>*. haUng
onoi of havlng hH.l oflwe.
?,?] i in looklng ba k ?"??< r
done, that ther* la anoufd
i w.irrant BM In tne
. a at-com
I rixret that It has
Hope for World Peace.
H* ebiaf recret Ih my failwr* to aecvr*
s- nate tha ratlflcatlon ol ll a
- ? treatlea with Pi
and Great fcrltaln. i am -w>- they would
have been greal etepa towat.i general
?,,rili .. ?'hat haa .-.-? t..al.y bopn
ai h< Iped the eauaa of
., ;i,.,. i Bii '' uitlmat* suc
o\ ? ? nope and work on.
i obaerve that the qu*atloa ?>f how
a oi led t-> those
who at the Whlte House
onald) :atn>n. and 1 ha**
ilderably amused at the sug
cestloi thal lt would ba poRelbl>* to do
|B the presenre of
,1 who are lnterested
... near to tha az*ounva ofn>0
;i,,fi . ? i >.d li'-ar the commu
. who anjoy appolnud
. th the h?-ad of the nntlon.
?j . | ttlei down to an arrange
,?. opk bUt whleh
? o hava the most impor-|
Jly to have th*
to the Presi?
dent, ,\ i ia just so much time
to ?e< matti what ls done. it
will be certaln that aom*body'a toaa ar*
i on. ,
vVhal ar* wa lo do \sitii our .x-Presl
,in not aur? I *. I >al?r,8 m< tbod
Of d*-allrig Wlth .-ld. rly ni.-ii WOttld IM?1
properly usefutly apply to tha tr**tm*nt
of ex-Presl enta. The proper and sden
tfon of a oo** of chl
form ' l ? frult of. the lotua tree
mlgbt make a flttlng *nd to ih* llfe of on*
ad b< id t ? -:|<1 -Jt tha
tim* would aee w tha country fmm
the ti feai thal tha occupant
e back it would ralli ra
th* country from tbe burd*n of thinking
how -..- la i" aui *U *nd hla fam
:iv, would fla hla place In hlstory and *_?
aile tha publlc to i>hbs nn to new men
nnd new mi aaurea, 1 command this meth
od for eonalderatl
Gentle Rap for Mr. Bryan.
i obaerra that our friend, Mr Bryan,
another method of dlspoBln* of
our ax-Prealdenta Mr. Bryan han not
had exactly tbe experlanoe of belng a
Pr< Ident. He haa been a "n*ar Presi?
dent" ti-.ree tim<-?, nn.'. posatbly thatajuall
? ii,, ai .n expei t io apaajf of what
i[hl io do wlth our ex-Pr**ld<
en v*i y ?Igoroua in tliis rarn
paiKn In helplng to make me an ea-Preal
dent and n i have followod wlth aceuracy
hla publlc deolarattona and his prlvate
anxioua to perform the
offlce of making my Bueca?OT an ex
i ? fter one t.-rm.
\s b vvarwlck and aa a maaer of aa
P . :Uerits. I thlnk we should Klve nrm\
and respeetful conalderatlaH to his sug
geatlon. Instead of endlna the Pr**lden.
flal llfg bv ehloroform or lotos "ating, he
hal 11 Bhould exptre under th*
anwsthetlc affect of the d*bat*a of the
STat--. He proposea that ex-PreFldents
ahould hr coi ? ? ? i lo the bualn*** of att>
ll, . j. the Benate nnd llatenln* to the
rslona ln that body Why Mr. Hr>r.n
Bhould 'h'nk li n*0**s*ry to ,-t'M to the
dlsctis lon ln th" flenate the lur-uhratlnna
?Presldi nta< I am al a 'o?h to aay.
if t jrtusl go and dlsapnear into obltvlon, i
prefei io go by th.- ehloroform or lotua
ra tbod, If* * pfeaBantr-r and lt's leis
drawh aai
WlHi tha President at the guestv
table aaara Major T. L. Rhoades, u.
S A., his mllltary secretary; Cat-sl A.
Tlmmrwn, his prlvate secretary; Ches
t.-r S. Ixird. the Rev. Dr. Ernest M.
Ftlres, Mahtofl H. Pitney, assoeinte
Justlce Of the BttpraBIB Court of tba
Cnlted States; Elihu Root, TTnlted
States BenatOr from New York; ltank
Ti. Lawrence, Andrew rnrnegle, Dr.
Aifur T. Hadley. presbb-iit of Ynle;
Henrv W. Taft, Kranklln Murphy, for
mer Goternor ol New Jaraey; Frank
H. Hitchcock, PnstmaPter Ceneral; Mel
ville E. Btone and Charlai W, Priea.
Tribut* to the President.
The speakcra' wens President Law
rajtoa. rr*al<)Trt Taft, Senator Root,
Mr. Qavnefia, Dr. Qadiar, Juattaa pit?
ney. Dr. StJrca. Colonel George Harvey
nnd Dr. Minot J. Suvuge.
In liitriiduciug I'n-.sl.H-nt Taft, Krunk
RK LaurciHe, pr?.sidt-jit of the club,
paid a glowing trlbute to the nation'e
Hx. cutlv.-, susIjik:
*J hatev-r our polttleal briefa or prefer
enc*?. ui nji-t all vegard our preaent
. hlef Maglstrate :is one who hs* held
his gr>al offlci ?" Ka hlghMI l*V*i. Ha
to.nl for coris'ilutiona) government,
arith. ?king or self-Klorlncatlcn
ii. iias Btood for pcar* ?ra*r? oppor
lea for iis dltturb*nce have nol i"en
wHiiting, and wh*r* one ainhiii.,us of
mlMury Kiorv miKht wt-ii h*va inyoijaa
onr counfrv in Berloua irouhle. He naa
wprked wiihopt ostemation for the pub?
llc t..i |fYs achlevemenU, far too many
to be . nuiri. lai.d her*, have vindl.-at.d
Idri right to Btand at tlie head >f thm
mlghty natlon, and his career wlri atiine
AOOM'H l.l.WlSnUN.
Th* donor of th* Btadlum to the College
Of th* City ot New York
the more hrlghtly as rl.imor subsldes and
(ielibrrate Judgment r_ll__a
Andrew Carn?gie. after referrlng
to the Pr_flMfl*t a? '"n pnsse the most
desp4jtic general comniandcr in the
world, Just havlng a heart laugh,"
w* bave to d-Mkiyau deepiy, Mr
President. for epc haa recently deltvried
You posness tbe ec.nfldencf. of all parta
of our common country as the result of
\o\ir InvaTlabU* Ignorlng of sections. Tou
have also rccently polnted out that the
Prealdsnt-elect, who may well be trusted
as a patrlot and lover of Ms co.inU).
btlng Southern born und the choue Of
the party strongest there- wlU more caslly
be able' tr. druw still clo**r together
North and South, mergtng th? one wlti.
the other.
Praise for Governor Wileon.
Koituniite, indced. ter our 8fl-__l t-M-t
the Prealdency haa fallen upon one M
proml-InK ai Oovernor Wl.s.m. whos
character and abllltl.* have carried him
to the top. AftfBI slxteen long yaaTBI ?l
contlnuoua Bervlce >>ur purty is cntlti*a
to a rest. A wlde and trur stauesman ?
\lew lf. this you have given your country.
only ?e?m by those who dwe.l ln tn*
hei.hts overtopplni their feiiowa. rtevei
by thoae below, who "through glaaa eyea,
llke a *< urvy polltldan. only B88BI t.
ti.at which they do not." .
our Piesidetit's faiue Ib s*. ure, restlng
upon the numerous Improvements BU(
ln the v.-|ous df-partinente of govern?
ment He La to BVe ln hlstory as the
foremost ruler of all tlme ln the cauae
of Intematlona peaoe; far ba W araa
who flrst apanned the hltherto lmpassa
i.ie Kuir beiweea paace and wur by pro
i lalmlna thal a I hBieraatloaal uflB-Mfl
Bhould be ai bttrflted
w,. ma) Imaglne aw b a man aa our
Prealdeni dweluai flbova and apart fron.
ii.- turmoll of ordlna-y p&rtlsan strlfr,
becomlng a beneflcenl r<-gulatlng force
when vital principles ate coneerhtd or
great Ihlflga are to la done such a
aervice can a greal an't p.."d man t*n
der n>>t only to his part] but t.. his coun?
try who reaolvee (as w* bolleve tba
President has resolved) that h* "sliall
go forth among men. and wbether l
stand or fail it rnattera not, so Ood s
work ba done."
Mr President, you have deepiy Irn
pi?ssed the. people by these pro-fa of
(Par vlslon from the hflghts where dwell
the true leadera of men atove the murky
atmoaphere of party polltlca. Tour perlod
of preclous aerrlce to your country ,io?a
not serm likely to cloaa We are 8V1- ll
arlll nol efoae when yoa throa ofl tne
yoke of offl.c, for ther* will still remaln
the Vltal force. a man. May you lonK
he Hpared to give, your country such les
sons You have served vour country Well
in the past and w.U do all know that
"whatever record leapa to light ran never
c;in be shamed
Root Agreea with Taft.
BHbU Root, wliosn speerh followed
that of Andrew r'arnegie. pralsed the
odminlstratlon of President Taft. He
I am gbid to aaffl the President here,
among men who recogni-e the quallty of
inanhood nnd heart. No sudi address as
he has made to-night wan wer made 04 -
foro 1 want to expresa my <oncurretice
ln the wlse aue'i/.-Mion that Mr. Taft has
made regarrtlng ihe relatlons of leglala
tlve. and ?xecutlvo bodies r or the last
two yeara somo of the greatest powers or
Congreaa have made- lt their object to
prevenl the renomlnatlon of Mr. Taft. lt
has been the dmnlnaiit note and ha? pre
vented the calm conslderatlon which is
neeesaary to the efflclency ot the admlnis
tratlon of puhllt affalra.
1 r.igret that the treaties of arbltratlon
were defeated. but we shall preaently be
face to fare^evlth th* queatlon of putting
to the teat the good fnlth, slncerlty and
honor of the American people hy con
crete Instance.
He then r?*f*rred to the policv of
"Papama without Tolla." "Oreat Rrlt
ain," he aald, "lma taken another attl
tude on the Hay-Pauncefote treaty,
and Oreat Rritaln will demand arbltra?
tlon. I do not doubt that the admlnla
tration will conacnt. It reats with tho
Senate flnally to decide. Then will come
the queatlon of whether the proteat of
the people ln favor of arbltratlon waa
slncere or h> pocritjcal."
Expresa Jumps Track?Freight
Crashes lnto It?None Hurt.
Mllford, Conn., Nov. 16~The Portland
expresa. runnlng between Sprlngneld.
Mass., and N*w York. Jumped the tracka
at Mllford this mornlng owlng to the
breaking of a plate under the wlng rail
of the frog leading to a aidlng Nobody
was hurt. but after the passengers had
allghted an extra freight, runnlng west
on the lnward track. ripped out the s des
of four eoachea which l?ad left Ihe ralls
The exprea* was about two houra late
ln pasalng through Mllford. The tl-s
were torn up for a hundred yarde, and
tratflr war. blocked for several hours.
AVestbound tralns were awltched over to
the eastbound traoka.
The guest of hon.ir.
( ontlnned from tlrst pa??.
when there was a sudden Jurrlng and
rasplng ti tho wheels. foUoared by a
vlolent lurchlng of the eaa< B88 The
point whero the wreck .? eUtTBd ls near
the BtaiM Of the r<< ent v r.-<-k al West?
port, where several pafBOna were kllled
when a train left th. i . I*.
Hetnemherlng this, th.- WOOMa paa?
sengers hecame. punh strl< k< n. many
of them leavlng their BaatB and BtBTt
ing a rush for the doora Before they
could run more than a f.-w st?im down
the alu.e.s. however, the < ? m I ? I I
to bump along over ti:>' ti. s. ploUfhlng
up the ground and threntenins t-i -
turn at every mom.-nt. The OOacboO
were eoon lilled with s iciintng WOOBM
and shoutlng men. and th< 88808 BJM
one of wlld confualoii.
Triilnmen fought th. ir \%a> throuirh
the roachea and trled la oahai the
?asaengers, but ln v.iln. Strlklng nn
naewea bit of iraaad. tho eeai - a
bfOka the coupllngs that Ixnir.d th.-m
-> ptbaff and overturned, ripplng down
tei-graph polafl and atldlnf ball Wa*
down the bank.
SimultaneouBly with tbe ov. rturnlng
Of the cara all ihe Ugbta wanl OOt,
a.ldlng to the tatTOf of tb* paaaaB
gers. Tralnnu-n Bjrabbed laBtl rna :'i. in
the platforms and hdsttly Ufbtad tbaaa
and then started to try and make t h' ir
way tbroufb tba eapetaed eoa* aea
Muny men and women were i-inned
h.neath the wrOCfcage an I BtrOfgled
n.adiy to free tbemaelrea. The train
men got ont their axea and oroarban
and bajfhn to ebop awaj tha arood
work. One alemant ol horror att< n '
|B| most train wrc ks waa abs. nt t<>
Dlght Wone of tb* eoa h*a ? angbt
Spacial Train Take* Paasengers.
Cblls were Bent In for local phjflt
Clans and for ambulames from the
nearby towns. and the btjurad weiv
taken out on strrtchers nnd dttanded
by the alde of the track. The New
Haven offlclals hastily made up a
spei ial trr.ln. which took UM injured
and all tlie othets t* M*W York as
goon as a wrerklng I r-w hnd tletrad
the ralls.
The a.-cident OOOUlTBd about three
mlles east of the wreck Of OCtobBf Bi
ut W.-stport, when the BpiiOfflald B*>
praai took i crossing ai blgn i???? I
iu,d left the ralls. Seven persons were
kllled ln that wreck, aad kaal frlday
the ooronar ?t fbarflald County an?
nounced that George Clark. the en
Klneer, who lost his life, "was . rimln
ally responsible."
To-night's aeeldant 001 urrad on a
straight stretch of track nnd the cause
waa aald to !><? a aptlt nalL Tha offlotal
statement lssued from th" oflleea 0_
the New Haven road last nlchl was
ns follows:
The Merchants' I.imlted. No 18, d*>
rallrd at Green's l-'irms at h.fiJ to-ntght
1'our rear cars deralled: englne and one
<ur not deralled. Two persons luiured,
not aarlously. No fatalltles. t'auseun
knowu. At time of aceidant trala w?s
withln thren or four ^nlnutes of belng
on time.
Responsibility* for Westport
Wreck To Be Fixed by Court.
Hrldgeport. Conn., Nov. 1?.?"T am golng
to prosecute oftlcials of the N<-w York,
New Haven & Hartford Ttallruad on the
flndings of Coroner I'h'-hin," s;ild Hllles
Judson, Btate Attorney, Bp^aklng of the
wreck of the flpringfteld express, nt W.-st?
port, on October 3.
"I cannot say what nfllclals will he
proseeuted, bit lt will be theOB havmg
rllii.t control over tbe roadbr.l. BtgBal*,
etc, where the accldent occiirred," OM*
llnued Mr Judson. "lt remains wlth the
Judg* whether they he flned or iniprla
oned, but I ahall proaecute them for
crlminal negligence."
Hlchard T. Hlgglns, chairman of the
Publlc Utlllties t'ommlssion, sald that
the commlsalon would make Its ilndlng
on the Westport wreck week aft< i n-xt.
In tba mean time the Btate rommlssloti
will have a conference wlth the Inter
atate Oommeree Commlssion.
cal advertisements than any other New
York newepaper.?Advt.
Vesident and French Ambassa
dor Pay High Tribute to Dis
tinguished Surgeon.
Head of Nation Motors to Out
of-Town ABylum8 for Ohil
dren After Big Nobel
Prize Celebration.
About flve thousand persona pald hom
ag. to President Taft yesterday mornlng
ln the great hall of the City College.
where he Btteo_ed a receptlon ln honor
of Or. Alexls Carrel. of the Rockefeller
Instltute, whose dlsioverles ln the Bei*
of sirgtry have won the Nobel prtae tor
him and Amerlca thla year.
The celebration waa really threefold. as
lt Itniuded a demonstratlon for the Presi?
dent, the tribute to Dr. Carrel and tbe
ii.wlllng of a model of the 1-50.000 clvlc
Btadium which ls to be preaented to the
college hy Adolph I.ewlsohn. The lm
menae auditorlum was packed to the
doora, and more than 2,000 persons ahlv
er.'.l out?lde.
John Purroy Mltchel, President of the
t Hoard of Alderrm n, extended the welcome
i ln bflbalf of the city for Mayor Oaynor.
| President John Flnley of the college pre
rl.l.d. PrasManl Mlt-'hel said lt was eml
nenlly flttlng that the Emplte City ehould
gather to acknowledge such servleea as
Or ? at nd had rendered to It and the
N. w York ?'lty greets you as a bene
fa- tor." he said. "lt is protid of you aa
ona of Ita laflflB-BIB lt hopes that you
arUl i.inaln bflia and pursue your work,
tfl crite of the temptlng offera which will
i.,. m.i.le to lure you away."
PratflflflBf I'owner, tearher of French at
the City I'olIeKe, paved the way for the
liitroduction of Ambassador Jusaerand.
II* ipolu Of l>r. Carrel's early work in
France. Istdor BabWBftfl, president of the
?tttdeata' Fnm h Sodety, delivered an
addrt.. ln French. Ainbaasador Juaae
rand followed.
Paya Tribute to Tafl.
He pald an eloquent tribute to Presi?
dent Taft for hia labors in behalf of unl
ranal peace. He provoked much laughter
l v his wlttielsms. Dr. Can-el. he aald.
,an..- from l.yons, which was the am
bfl?B_8B~*1 natlve city. He declared that
in . flrral _____ a<?nn ba atflaaa*. witn
.?. n as Harvey. Pope. Pasteur and
Dl Carrel was plain'.y overcome when
;.. ?, . !.. raapoad,
"I um iirofoun.lly arTect-d." he said, ln
a, l..w \oi.;e. "No man of science haa
OVar laaatTBi fl-flb a slncere public recep?
tlon I ann.it hnd worda Ifl which to ex
praaa my Kiatitude."
Ha Mild that, ln a large measure, the
. aj of his experltnents ln graftlng
organa and tlaauea from one iiving oe
, .tii.r was du* to th* jr.-atness
of Dr. B.m.it Fiexiui. of the llockefeller
Instltute- ?
Praatdenl FitUif *>M' b'fore lntroduc
liiit President Taft. __4 he hoped to re
tain the Presldent'B frtendahlp .* he had
retalned that of a former ex-Presldent
? iniver clevelandl. iVea'dant Taft Wfc_
|fl Bna go"d humor when he reaponded.
"If I ca i.ht tiie nieaning of Dr. Fln
ie> - ramarba Bi-flb_.M ba began. "he
meant that y__ J""'1 ?yUe ?PP"c,*te
bliaalfli- antU they have taken
fliKht. il-aughter.l
?Oon't rnlstai** my pres*nce here. ine
p, fldaat, whlle he ls Pr-stdent. ls. of
. ? Ogure of aaaaa prominen-e. Af
,,, tbat tla-a ba bi - ^?*en *nd ? re;
bOlty. WbflB your good President
?-.,.!..>? found out thal l waa to bfl here
to-,iay his dlplomaO' waa taxed to know
where to P,.t me. lf he had foi .wed -f
illUice ba B_tlld have put me at the end
But ba apparentiy thought that my ro
t),..i a__ra ????? mHk' a good c"u"' "?
h? put flte in tba mlddle.
Carrel a Native of France.
? We are here to celebrate th? exo_l
loSOB of one man. a son of France, who
, u ... ?, tbla country and, improvlng
,,... opportanttlaa atfarai here. made
beedway in the aecreta of aatara and
ih.rehy ndvanced ihe progreae of the
bamaa kind.
"I am k'lad to be here aa the head of
the nation to teaUfy to him the debt
for tba dlscoverles he hae made. 1 coti
iratalate him BP-fll his great dlacovery.
I .on.-iatulate him in that he now takee
his plaea among the ?r*at discoverers of
the world. The names of Harvey. Jen
n*r and Pasteiir are namea that ahow
our graatar baawla__a. and now Dr. Car?
rel tabefl his place with them formally
hv th.- award of ths Nobel prD.e, actualiy
Iv th- i*al progress that he makes pos
Pre.-ld-iit Taft pald u high tribute to
Ambaaaadai Jn_______ -,id rejoiced. he
Bflld, I" the bond of frlendshlp between
his natlOfl and the I'nited Htates. _1I*
sald th*t M Juaaerand waa a real
American ln splrlt. and he added he
hoped France would keep on sendlng hlm
to Washington. _ __ _.?
Prealdent McAneny of the Borough or
Manhattan deacribed the P">P0?*d "HL
dlum after Arnold W. Brunner. the
arehitect, had unvelled a model of it
He Pral.*d Mr. Lewla*hn ?- ?h* W *J
eltlzen who s*U the exampla *? 0*he?
in glving to.an institution which ia auP
ported by the publlc taxes. He aald the
stadiom would be ua*d not only for atn
letlca. but for open alr Greek playe
Mr. Lewiaohn replied briefly. ?_;? J"0*"
estlv demurred to the credlt which, ne
sald', had been heaped upon hlm.' .
Taft Off to Viait Asylume.
President Taft, hts escort. Mr. Lewi?
aohn and several others who had taken
part ln the exerclaes then motored to
Dobbs Ferry. where the Prealdent ln
spectcd the chlldren'* vlllage of the New
York Juver.lle Asylum. Later he took
luncheon at Mr. Lewlsohn's home, at
Ardsley. Then the party motored over
to rieaaantvllle to Jnapect thenew He
brew Orphan Asylum of the Sneltering
Arme. Five hundred boya and glrls and
a boys1 band of ftfty p ecee gave tne
President a rouslng welcome Esther
Lehrer. twelve yeara old. made the ad
dresa of welcome and plnned the medaj
of the 8hetterlng Arma on the lapel of
President Taffs coat.
Th* Prealdent sald wlth some feellng
that he w*a glad to see that the chll?
dren were proud of their country. He
urged them to etrtve for eharaeter rather
than the pralse of thelr fellowa.
"If you have eelf-reapect you 11 be
comfortable, even though you don't have
the warmeet elothes on a chllly wlnter s
day," he aald. _,???..
The party motored back to New York
In time for the President to attend a
dinner at the Lotos lCub.
Lawyer Oonvicted of Oontempt
Repeats Hit Attacks.
Joseph F. Darllng, the lawyer who was
sentenced on Frlday by Judge Bwann to
thirty daya ln the Tombs for contempt of
court. lssued a statement yesterday reit
er?tlng hla crltlclams of the court and
Aealstant Diatrlct Attorneya Pr*ss and
Elllaon. He declared the acta and ln
terruptlons by court and proaecutora of
the defence durlng th* trlal of the Flom
Ing caae delayed Juetlce and caused the
proceedlng to take an abnormal turn.
Mr. Darllng aald he had been Informed.
by severak pereons that Anna Flemlng,
the defendant ln the cae*. had a pollee
man dlsmleaed from the force recently,
and he belleved her preeent troublea were
he reault of a "frame-up."
?The whole trlal Indtcates that we
ahould have women to Judge, leglalate
an<1 vote ln regard to tho standard that
men have a rlght to ask of women, anrl
in regard to tho standard that womep.
have a rlght to demand ot tnen."
Turning into a sarcastic B_oa_, Mr. Dar
llng offered eongratulatlons to the Jury
on Its agreement that it was "> onteinpt
lble" to let a wlfe know what h.r huf.
band has been dolng. f fe? nskori to' r__
mlrtd the Jury that Mr. Rraee bad jvjt
said to them to put therrlselves lnto th*
policemaii's place and imajjhi" how they
would llke their wlves to know in ca_e
they had been out ' sportiin-."
Remains Idaho Governor aad
* Appoints Perky Senator.
Doiflfl, Idaho. Nov. lt! Qoverpcf
James H. Hawley daclded at tbe Iflg)
moment to-day not to resign bla ottflj
to accept appolntment as Unlted state*
Senator at the hands of L_eute__flj
Governor iweetfler.
The Governor appolnted lu__? K. L
Perky, of Hoise, to iill the unex] in.
torm of the late Senator Eteybura,
Governor Hawley's lirst. .1., |b|o_ to
accept an appointmi-nt as SVnator wae
made only after he prga
promlnent Republican and Democratlg
Jeaders that lt was th^ir dflllra _b ?.- h..
take tho offlce. Among those who for?
mally asked him to accept tho f.
ship was tba RapobUeaa atate i batr
Judge Perky ls a natlve of Wnvrif)
County. Ohlo, and eame to Idaho in isnj.
He was sppointed j'-rtRe of tlm ?fl ju.
dlclal Distrlct ln 1901 atid \\,is s* i.t. Daagf.
cratic chalrman in 1900. He took PaB) ln
the Benatorlal contest which n sulted la
the defeat of ex-Senater Dubbfa
Released on $100 Bond Pend
ing Appeal of His Case.
Lttlla Falls, N. V.. Nov. IS-Mayer
Lunn of Schenectady was re[.-?__. | thl?
afternoon from the H<rkimer Coaatp jall
on furnlabing bond for ll"o pendblg the
appeal of hln ca.se. Tho Mayor ar.l hl?
counsel, Rlchard Hurb-y, arere th.- sure
The Mayor left at one* tnr fcrienectsijy.
Tobcy Handmade
18 a protest against imitation and sham;
against chcap construction?which, with
Ruskin. wc believe is the most frequent
and ccrtain cause for decay in the arts
and manufacturc.
The whole thought in Tobcy Handmade
Furniture ia excetlence?excellence in dc
aign, rrmtcriala. cabinet-work and finish.
Every other consideration is subordi
nated to that of quality.
We will apprcciate an opportunity to
show this furniture to you at our display
Tke Tobcy Furniture
11 Weat Thirty-sf?corrd Street
/. -
"A Real, Old Fashioned Country Fair"
?and National Agricultwral Exposition
33d a d 34U. Sta. aad Park Av*.
Special Cortcerts Today at Three and Eight
KaHttthtmi Ordmtra and SWouti
CWui aj 109 Md* Vaiut fram NuB Yar^'t Gtman Singint SsgftttN
than Optn ( la 11 p.m
Just the Shoe you
_yiM ^__? f?J[ after
noon affairs this Fail
l -? v t BBB_
THE trend of fashion pointa very strongly
to cloth top Bemi-dresB shoes for women,
and wc offer the model shown here, con
fident that it represents the best, and that
speaks volumes as a Cammeyer.
Made of the fineat Patent
Calf with fine Black Cloth Top.
Stamped on a
Shoe means

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