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FltlDAT. DFVEMBEIt e. lt?12. OWB*4 and publlsbed daily by the Trtbune ' A?.?ociation, a New T*?fc l?orporation; OrJen ' V neld. President. Coadl Hamlln. 8>cr*t*ry; Jim?iMIiiimt,Tn..ur<r. Addre**. Tribune Bolldiag. No. iM Naaaaa street. New York. g| BtCRIPTION P.ATEP.-Bv MaM. Poataa* i-Bid, out?.d* of Oreater New Yora. and Hunday. one montn.V*M . .- an.l Bunday, f n month*. : I>?Hy ani BAinday. on* \. ?r. "-3 v only. one month . , I>aily only, *lx month*. iDallv only, one ear . j tunday only, slx month* . 'fiunday onl; , one y?ar. I 0 ? laa aubaerli eaaaitrlaa la th* i .- ...- idiag poi DAH.T ANI> IUMDA1 One aaeatfe.?i Ii Oae year.waea fUNDAl on'TV g!i months.$S "7 Ot.e >ear.*? ?* I.MI.V ONI.T. One mon-ii. . |leg|Oaa year.$!--? CAMAMAK RATF.P t.aii.v ani> gOKOAT: One month ... .$1 00 |OaM year.Jin.os DAILY ONI.Y On* month .. ? ..'.0 ' One year.**?<*> BINDAY OHCf: One month..t /??>' On* yaav.?? ? ?atevei at ,ve paataalea at New T*m a* Second Ctaas Msll Hattar. Dat raadaw wiu eaafeff ? faTor by adviaina m arOea they ?r? aaaala to proeore a copy ?f The Tribune frnm ttwtr newad*al?r. Artdreaa: Tiibune. ctr. u'.at'on Department. TERMS OF REUNION. of the two chlef tooanttala to Ropub Ucan lennioti wiiicii iro ptopoaed i-y Progreasivo leaders ln WMMngtoa H may unhositatlnirly bfl Mad Haal they ara falr aabjaeta of consideratinn. In fJOOd, both of them have been COaaUd 1 ered. one for many years and the other erer aince it groae. Tha noad of os tnbllshing a new basls of IJMfagaflta Ifjeg on aceoonl ol the extraordinury ..?ondltions existiug In some stntes ?>?** ;*een frequeiitly gffgd. lt has boon tirjjed for representatiou in OOBgrotn j*s well as 1n party couventions. but |ln the lntter case it is more oompil 'cnted than la tbe former. Iu the one the qOOatloa is whether representa jtion shall bO bnsed on populntlon or on Bctufll polllng. wiiile in the other the uddttlonal citiesti.ui nrises whether all Jthe polling or just the Republlcan vote raetoballbetbebaai* There are strong diffrrences of oplnlon ln the Republlcan pgrty on this matter. just as marked. Wf fnncy. as between Republicaus nnd I'rogressives. aml ttie Mbjtd \t etf> Italnly one for legltimate disonssion. The other essentlal is that of the rec ognitlon of the raaoitg Of I'resldential proferance juitiiHiies by the national .?onventlon. Thal la ln a seuse more y radieal than the other, since it might. if fk nirried to Its logtcal mlrnination, abol W isli theconvention system altogether. lf * the voteof a Mate for tlie I'resldential eandidary were to he determtned irrev ocably by the poptilar primariea thero arOOld be M UM Ln seridiug delegates to I 1 ?onventlon. That is the plan whlch (iovernor Wilson lias imposed gpOal the State of New .Tersey. <if which the flrat fruit whh the elex-tion of Mr. Martlue lo the Tnited 8tate^ .Seuate There are some Republieiins wlio favor lt. There ara mnny who prefer to retalu the prln ciple of representative government and who bolieve that better results are to be obtained by electlng delegates at frfH> nnd falr prlmaries. and then hav ing them come tofatngf for delibera tion ln a national body. tbau are llkely to be secured throtiyh au arbitrary raf ??rendum in each stat*> without regard to the otbers. But this, too, ls a suh iect Wblcb ls falrly open to consldera tiou ln party oouncils: though in our '.pinlon a emall Umit of eipendlture oaigbt to be rigidly imposed and tbe dates of prlmary etOCtlona brooght ' near together. While Iwtli tojiios are bighiy contro iversial. neltber -if them presenta auy 'difflj-ultlt'S on which it should be lm poasible for rational men elther to atrree or at least to rearh a mod?? H rrndi, and certainly neither of them. nor both together. afford a surbclent i 1'aaia for tbe orsanization of a new I national party. As for tbe rest. It ffOM wltbout saying that after more than ?half a century of contlnuoua proBTresa ithe Repobllcan party will coutinue to ibe progreaaive, and that, having been organlzed to vindicate tlie rlghta of man, and bavlng been for more than fifty yeara the champion of free and falr electiona and honeat repreaenta tion, it will not now forsake those :princlplea. __^_________ RADICAL PIER EXTENSION. A sudden and radical obange in tbe waterfront controversy is effected by Mr. Sulzera Introductiou of tlie bill iprepared by tbe lioard of Trade and Tranaportatlon provldlng for a general reiocatlon of the pier line ia tbe Nortb iRiver. Thla measnre is iutended to go over tbe head of the Secretary of War and to authorlae not merely the tern pofary extensioti of a few plers, wblcb he refaood to grant. but a much greater extensiou all along tbe waterfrout It would practlcalU dlamiaa from censld erntion tbe plau of long plers uptown. whlch tbe Mayor and Commisaiouer of DockK have been preparing aud whlcb Mr. Tomklna waa recently reported as aaylag would probably be the solntion af tbe problem. It would greatly in ?>rease the lengtb of tbe dowutown piers and aneroacb by aayraral imudred feet niKin the preaont falnray uf tbe rlver. Rriefly atated, tbe pcncnM ls to ex lend Pier 1. at tbe Battery. a hundred feat, and tbe pier at tbe foot of West _"Jd street a like distunee, and then draw a straigbt line from tbe extrem ity of oue to that of the otber, to be ?the limit of exteusdon of all the inter venlng piera. Tliat would mean mudi more tban a hundred feet exteuslon along most of tbe waterfront, for the pier llue between thoae two points ls now not stralght but concave, so that. at Canal atreet, for example, the new line would be several hundred feet further out than tbe present, and tbe plera would be extended that distance. Jitat bow long the longest of tbe new plera would be is not atated, but it ls to be aaxumed tbat they would be long enough to accomtuodate tbe larjrcst veaaela now ln use. The plan has, of courae, the great advanb.ges <>f econ otny and promptnesa. It will not be fllapnted that ln no other way could ^rovlalou for tbe new big sbips be made( ?o (jnlckly and so ehenply. Boft that does not iifx'ossiirily nt?*au that it would he on tha wbole tha beal way. The rhirf obyeetloo ta farthet lfiiirthonli:? Of Hie patfl la thal it wotild oncroaeh opoo tha falrwey of the rtver. Now, ? mtrway la aot ? fetlch. Thare Is iioihinp essentially sncrosaiiot iu u eartaia widib of rleer. Tha ilmpla question is. Whut width of rlver must ba piiaorTod la onier ba afford ? s.ith clentiy rommodious. aeeore and eoe> venient hieliway for eoinmorce': ".ni tiiitt BMana not only oeeaa ?htpplng bnl mland eommert t aa well; for tho Nortb Rlrer is not qiarcitj a oaaatal hurbor, but alao parl of I graat thoroughfare from tha bearl of the eoatlnent to tbe sea. it rrtaann. alao. aot merely preaent com nerce, bnl iiu- largely Increaead voi iinic wliicli we may azped in tbe 0001 futare wiion the eoioplatioB of canal tmpforementi1 opena the way for far more otimeroaa Beeti "f far lurger raa sels from tha Inland watOia, These are tho cunsidenitioiis wliich Representa? tive* i ri Congress should carefully welgb before the* flnally pass ODOa the qnestton of oarrowlng the North Blver. _ PROGRESS IN UNDERSTANDING it is only oocoeoeiy la ooaaparg the report of tl)^ present Secretary of the Treaeury wlth thoat of his predeoee aara la order te percelve the progress thhl COtmtry bas made toward under Mnndinn the ctufeney problem. Mr. \lur\ aagk is able lo pnt briefly and (leiulv tlie defecU* ln the hanking Bhd rerrency ayotom tha ?eatteeed re oarroo; the taflafdhla edrreocy snppiy, the luuallflai narure of bnnklng, the ln depeinlcnt Treasury system. withdrnw lOfl Baonoy from use aad restoring lt to use. generally wlthout rbyme or raaaon aad to describe tbeiu in sueh a way as to indleate tbe remedles required. Yet 1t 1b necessary to ?o back ouly n few years ln order to flnd oue of Mr. MacYeagh's predeeessors auggest ing. as a means of rellef for llls then becomlog so aggravated that n paBftC aborlly afterward followed. the maklof of the Secretary of tbe Treasury a sort of drus rx tnavhina who would coatract and expami the aatjea'a money supply in his good judgment as become Deeeeaary. Tbe chanae from thal erndlty to Mr. afacTeagh*i idCBtuV handling of tbe same ques tion meaanrea a real advauce of the country in ahderetaadiflf. It ls lmpoKsible that apgee of thla Bdraace la understanding has not been made la the Democratic party. That party has commltted IteeU fot tbe aake <?f oppoaltJon to wroag prloetplee, Mr. Bryan'a Inflnence is in the way of mteUhjent action. Hm m aplte <?f lt all soouer or later pabUe opinlon will obtaln sonsibie and conatrocttTe leglslatlon eieattBf a tinnncial systein whkh will spare tbis eoontry the in ouiwnieuces and occoalooaj daogeri of tbe pr.-sent metbods. WhOOe fanltl bave iK'en illustrated agaiu '" tbhl crop movinp season. EQUALITY IN JAIL. We hope tbe new plncard pooted 1" the Tombs uieans what Jt says: All peraons, whether rlch or poor, mtiBt recetVa the same treatment from the offlcer.s atul aaaployaa of the de? partment. Equai right^. equai aeeommodatloaa, equal treatment for all- that is whut H Imports. That is tbe beal policy. Speclal accornmodutlona. oellfl fl< '"?*?? with jirivate batb, superior cutering. and a jniler who would referto liiv most ImportaaTt prleeaera as "my trleada," bave not possessed tbe drawlne poWOT that mlgbt bave been expected. htea with long pursea bnve generally n Hiated these attractious of Touibs llfe. They liave preferred to go eleewbece -toAlgerla. Central Ainerha Of aome other ptaee where their eaTettcei WOte not extrartltable. or to the Court of Appeals. We can recall only two men to Whoa tbe atalfd dr luxe has recently appealed s<? atrofagly that they have eecnpled lt. and one of them ls its pr?*ent oCCOiMtnt The result ls not fnoiifjii to justify oatertng si^iai and exceptloaal aciomtnodatlons any longer. And Onch a paradox is hiiman nattire that once it is established that those who mlgbt be partlcular about their cells can fOl M better treatment ln jall than their fellows more of them will be found goiiiK there! Thls ten dency has already bOgSB to show lt? self, probably lo aatfclpatloo Of tlie new equal rlghts rule. FORBIDDING HOME WORK. If, aa one of tbe wltnessee before the factory InvestlKating conunltlee sald yeaterday. liome-fartory work is aa u" nece?8ar> evil and a woman cau get two or three times as much by work ing lo a fhetory as she can hy worklng at bome. lt ls dlfllcult to understaud why women do tbe home work. Some of the oinployers teatlfy that they let out work becaOQO tbe women want todo lt at boaae. Douhtlaea aUowaaca rnnal be made fee the fact tbnt tbe boaae work m maay loetaorw coota the eaav tlOOtor less than factory work. He is hafurally ready to defeud it n> I favor to the waejken. Boi discountius: gejeb Btatemeuts, lt iuu?t Htill be frue that if women go on working :it home when they couid make macb mote at the Ktuue task ta a factory there is 10001 edeqoete eaooa for the aacrlflce whlch would BOt be rOaOOTed l?\ Jaws forbld dlna boeafe work. Perbapi the woman is unable to leave bome; slie may bt crippled, she may have children who cannot be oagleeted is she eo that account to be sbut out of worh OaV tirely': df conroOi aoder any theery of eoootl nitional liberty whlch has beretofote been aeeepted in this couniry the abOO lute prohibltlon of bOflat WOrfc, Nfflfd* less of (he oaoltary ooodltkmg under Whieh it is done, would be almost un thinkable. Imaglne tbe state BOytOfl to a woman who 1r an expert eni broidercr that sho may not <<>ntrnci wlth a merchant to furnlsb him wlth Home embroidered Hnen made at her own time ln her own room. but that If she wants to earn somelhing with her noedle sbe must go and ply it ln a factory! Hnt In tjmae progn'ssive days aajeh notions of persoi.al liberty are proclaimed reactionary. They haleofooa with soclal Justiee. Lote of wonnen I orerwort themseivc* and tbeir ohii ! dreu ;it home. Tix-refore let all boine work i"' fortridden. Banltary regula liuns ara ddhcuit to gnfbreg apon bime workera, They wii: pew when they | lune luberculosls. Th.-iefore take a Ibort CUt and st.-P the wliole luisiness. Some women nre so |toor that they bare to work kl tbe bedeadea- of tbeir dying .hildren. rberefore forbld tbem to got food tbiit way gnd send them onder penaity <?f a*?i^tUon to ? fn*> |01X n" Hiiit tbe cbildren cnn die ahun*. l'mloiibtedJy tbtrn is niiicb misery among home-fii.tory woik.-r-. M?d ils ainelloratioti oalls for Ibe fgUnaaa* kb tnitioii of society. The conditlons de ICribad liefore tbe committee are I re proacto to tbocomnnmHy. Bnt,ai with 10 many otber propoaala by eager re foroera, tbe auggoated remedy is mere ]v one of bnrnlng down tbe bonee t<? roaat the nlf. N inlflil be qnkkly ef f.Ttive for tbe parUcolar purpoae ta ii?p mind of the reformer. i.ul tho coal to MCfcrty ll general would b? too great 1: would e-t;ibllsh h tynmiiy over in dlsidual ncfhity, which BO Americena ever vet endured. To enforee it aronld reqntro aaploaaiga paaldo whlch the ef fort uecessary to enforee MUlltatiOB ln hoine work would be child's play. And gftef lt was enforced there would be no Denoaaki freedom aafe from the reg ulatioit of a paterual htireaucnic-y. HIS TO RE8TORE OR WRECK. "Tbe New York Tlmes'1 says: "Tho "reappointineiit of (hnlrinan n/Jllcoi "may be said to be an imper.'itlve ilnty "of tlie new (Jovernor.11 and lt puts the rogaoa tbna: "The competllnf reaeoa "for tlie reappoiutment of Mr. WIUCOI "ls bis itttimate famillarity with tbe "greiit subway problcm. whicb. during "years of prelimlnmy dlscusslon. be "studied with unremlttlng ludustry. "and with which ln all its condltlons "no man is better n.-qualnted." "Tlie ThueB" cau teli this to tbe Q0T? ernor-ele. t, using all tbe eraphasN it does. with good grgCO. It ls ? ??*> porter of Mr. ftdsar. it ntninly ba* bis iuterest* at beart. and Hh adrtce is free from tbe su*plcion of partisan ihtp. if tbe Qoternor-eleel will look at tbls problem from any other polnl Of vlew tban that of nroridtng apolla fOT tbe vletors he will lOOk al it lls "Tbe Tlmes" does. Tbe two cominissloii< should be kept out of polltkH lf rcgulHtion is to be ?neeegfto] ta thii atate One renaon for the suecess of tbe Interstale Com pjaite Commisslon. for the confJdence whlch lt enjoys. Is its freedom frotn politics. Tbree of its seven iii.m.iI.-is nre Democrata, one of then an an polnt..f Prealdenl Taft Ita rbalr man ia ? Democrat, altbougb be araa rboaen by ;< BepnhHcnn majority and la u Ropnbllean ndintaaatratlon. Thal abowi bow free froaa pollttci the rona missmn is. Tbe Publk Berrlce Com mlaaiona In this state waraoqnally free onder Oovernor Hoghoa. Mr. Bnlner nl.,i reatore tbeir old cbaractor. He Biay oaafly wrock bla idmtokrtratlon if ba aeti about fdllng racgnciai with tbe i?ix polnt of riew. FRIEND8HIP. Friendshlp ls I sweet and gmdOM tblng whirt. so enriehea life and is *<> neetly to be prtaed tbat infehi weep when it is brokea When a aaWefMCe of ihe riOOl kuitt.il ttfge of t?<> Pi'-ut and jfood men 000000 tO p ss tbe world ii.ns; ...at-vel aud laJBOBt So wb.-n Mr gheenaa bowa with tUtoly cenrteay te ludayj Parker <>r ? DMrnlng hs thay paaa on oopoatte iMea of the etoeet, end jodge Parker rapllea aarrer ? ?.?rd. tl?.iv will be tears tbat II should be so. ;t was not so when tu?*y worked ejde b> siil.- for their miitual friend Oovernor Hiii. II nrag noi M whan .ludge Parker. laylag aside the judbial robe. aoogbl tO wi" tha hlgheBl flfBce in the land. and Mr. Shf-ehun spured oettber bbaaeif nor bis friends ta the cifi.it to help hlni II ?"s nol so ta the labora of drtl life whteb inonad for botb arhen Uiey tolled tagether in tbe tatereat of some Jmnlni tilant aMan, tbat it sbould be so now : Damon and I'ytblHv. tb..?? pledg iug his life for the other, aaved their lives t?y raggon of tbe bennty of tbeir frlendsbip. The degenerney of theae nioderii tlmes: For Mr. Bhoehan, h:H tltag for his polltlcal life in tbe Senu toiiai conteet two yeara ego, ta arhleh some recalcltiant I lemoerats Inslsted on roting for bis friend Judge Parker, boped tO save it and frlOfldohlp, l??o. throogb tbe JudKe's Intervenlion In bis behalf. Itut the Intervention ek*M lanllly and ln sucb gulse that lf lt carried any evidence of real eJToCtka it <-airl?Kl no new votes. So fiiend sblp's garlnnd began to wither and fr1eiidsbi|)'H ardor to cool. And now arhen tbat "one soul ta two bodies'' ls clofl ln twata all the world Is siid. OUR NATIONAL PLAGUE. Auotber rebearsal of an old slory was glven yesterday ll an autborlta tive address liefore tbe Associatlon of Life Iiisunince Presldeuts, wben Dr. McLanfddlUt bf tbe Dntted states Poh liC RenJth Servlce, practlcally tlxed apon thhl country Ibe reproach of bav ing iu tyfahoid fafgf a sort of nalioiial jiIukuh. Peffhapa thal dleenae doei pfe> vatl ta otber l.mds as mucb as here, but it certainly does not iu ull of them, and Ibe contrast with aomc Of tbem rirffgflj indloaies that ln no eavntt] of a chill/atlon comparable with our own is that deadly pestllt-ine anytbitig like ko oonunon as n la bera. Tbe eontraal in typhold denib rnteg beiwegn tttnen of the Chlef cities of Noitbern Furopc und flfteeu in the Unlted Staics is bu miliatluK to Ainericans. In the former tbe rat?'s range from 1 .1 In 100.ta? ta Fdlnburgb up t'i M ta Paris. Iu tbe latter they range from ss m tincln uati tO BM ta Minneapolis. In Ixindon ibe rate is 'A.'.\ and Iu New York lt Is ll.?;. The Dafaaatl rate lu any of ibe Bfteen pkirwpeen fdttai is l^ss tban huif tbe lowest ln nn Amerlean city, wbile tbe higbest rate here 1s more than ten tinies as hlgh as the blirbest rate there. From anotber polnt of vlew the as pect is no less dlsoredltable. Dr. Mc Laugblln deiinred tbat "iu 1009 there "were more caaes of typhold fever jn "the I nited SiHies tban there were of "plapue ta Iudia. thougb India's popu "lation is two and a half times as great ";is ours." Auiiln. ln Russla froiu .lan uary. l'?07. to October. 1011. thero arace ^S3,B84 cuses of Asiatic cbolera, includ-( ing the great epidemic of 1910. Init was a grlm record. But ln tlie Unlted Btntea in tlie same perlod tbere were 1 ?_>;,, ifiUO COOOJ of typhold, or more than four times as many. Tbe mor talitv rate of typhold is lower than that Of Cholera, but typhold is the more ex pooatTe lO its liugering 000X01 and is far more eerftOOl in its compllcatlona und aofjoela Moreover. typhold ls due to igiiorance. earelessness aud nlthy babits, Jtist as much as cholera. lt i? an BpfaaJllBg f?ct to consider that this c.iuntry suffers yearly a loss of 16.1KX) lives and fflOtyOOOvOOO ln caab through tbe ravages of thls plague. lt mlgbt bO Instructive to draw an? other contrast between Ainerica and l.'urope, whieh would show the differ ence between the two ln the diaposal of cewage. in tbe protection of water itqppUoa from poilution and in dealing with thfl death-carrying house fly. For li b] tbroogb the contamlnat.lon of water with sewage and the access of flios to artlcles of human food that typhold is ehlefly propngnted. Doubt less lt would he a dlftlcult thlng to ex termthate flles and to dispose of all BOwaflO so oi to prevent its getting into jK.table water. But tbe savlng in life and tieaaure whlcb would thns be ef fect?-d would more than NDhf the ef fort. ^^^^^^__ To the injunction to do Christmas ahoppthg carlv has heen ndded one to pend off all glfts early.. Why not aet christmas Day itself ahead a little? -- I "ProOkhrtl Gets No Hearing" Newapa per headlltie How COO aay one avoid hearing Brooklyn? An electric current of L.000 volta haB a food value equal to a porterhouse Bteak. At how much a volt? Mayh^ thla dlflcovery will reduce the cost of livlng. Perhaps Patrlck'a bucc?bb in'actlng as hiB own lawyer 1b the inspiratlr-n whlch has drlven Becker to cnllven hlB stay ln the death house by the Btudy of law. In the da\s of John Knon. aavs His Honor, some jeraons thought they were plooa when they were only bllloua. If that were trua now, the Mayor wouid probably thlnk hlmaelf tha moat ploua man in tOWO, Perhapa be does, any wu: "Btttter and Rgg Kulera gull '--News paper h'-adllne. Butter and egg eaters have had to qult also on account of the prlcea. The order of the German govern? ment that hereafter the marriage of a member of its dlplomatlr aervlce to a foreigner sh.ill automath ally rtmove him from the aervlce ls characterlsth - aiiy Blamareklan. From one point of VlOW I' 1b aomewhat dlai ourteoua ;o the weanen of other ceoatrloaj intimai ing that thO) are not to he truflted to be loyal to the pobtk <lutie9 of their own boahaaaa and to the intereats of ihe empire of whl? h they themaelvea 00 ame suhjei la, but from another It is jit lenst aa much of a reflectlon upon the Oermaa atpeamati themseues. ai a matter of fai t aorne of the meot Oflb lent aenraata of the German gov? ernment ha\e OWCd their efflclency lanjel) to the;r ekrrei and loyal feroteja whea. THE TALK OF THE DAY. ' I.lttle l.eon' I* the tltle of a atory Whlch appeared recently ln Vlenna. Tha i|ro of the tale ls supposed to be the Bon of the flrat Napoleon Tha mother, accordlng to tha book. was a reader and ? ompanlon at tha OOUai of the Coralcana aiat?r t'arullne 'The Kmpeior gava the ahlM fOOf lettera of hia natue and de poalted 3'?0.ft00 fi anca for hlni, whl.li when he hnd growu lo rn.ui's <-state had be < ibjm a fortttaOi He waa kuown aa i oiiit Loaa ' The atory deacribea the count aa having been a take and a apend thrift, wholateta iife aaarrled "an honest and induatrloua Meamstreaa" after his furluue ha<l been aquand'-red and hia name ceaaed to be a aource of revenna. lt.- dled ln 1VS1 pltlably poor and waa huried bv the authorltles In a charity grave The chlldien of "Count I.?-on. ao runa the atory, beearne reputable mem? bers of tha eomrpunity. The daughter Btlll holdi a place aa a teacher, and one aon aervid in the French army, one be eatna a inerchant and the thlrd, the only one to devlate from the atralght path, "went to Ameilca and found employment ln a iliiua troupe." The atory haa heen the auhject of much comment. One wrlter enlarges on It under tho headllne: "Ciesar'a grandaon a elrrue rlder." and one German paper prlnta the aileged fucta wlth thls comment: "? ? ? ?." "I always have atage frlght." apoio glaed Mr. Htonnlngton Harnea. "when I iisaume a new role." "Don't get nervoua," replled the man ager of the Crlmeon Gulch Opera Houee. "Only don't play anythtng but comedy. The laat time tragedy waa tried here the boya got exclted and took aldea In the flght " Washlngton fltar. AI.MOBT OONE. Nlneteen Twelve ls almoat gona, Age Is totterlng hia gait: Nlneteen Thlrteen'B huatllng on, For the change of yeara ean't walt; When the bellu atrlke up their chlme Old Man Twelve will get hia blow; But he wanta to take bla time? Hav, but Hlii't lt bard to go? Slowlv stepplng out hia nge Siately, like a Gothlc plle. OM M.in Twelve now treads the atage, Monarcn fof the little whlle; Well, the old boy had hia fllng. Made a niighty handaome ahow, But he > old-and that'a the thlng? Bay. but etn't lt hard to go? Never aalnfl. ln bookB to come Will ba writ hia dolngs rara; HIb old hody may be numb But his record will be there; Consolatlon'a ln thla fact: Good Is aoaoaof here below; Doea this Grlni Death counteract? fiay, but uln't It hard to go? A. W. U. "Don't you thlnk that wom*n are aa capnhle of making lawa aa men?" "Mor.' ao," replled Mr. Chugglna. "Glva a woman an automoblle and ahe'U make up hfer own trafflc regulatlons aa she goes afong "-Washlngton fltar. Milk bottles. inatead of beer bottlea, reign supreme at luncheon In the I'ull man car fBttorlta. Two pedlsrs at tha tnalu gate, whlch l? but one of the Beven entranccg, aell nearly half a thousand bottleB of mllk each noon. Excluslon of demorallzlng Influrncea belng part of tha orlgtnal patcrnalistlc reglme, no saloona, wlth but one exceptlon, were allowed ln the town. Li^uor wleresta seised MROfi the nearest avallable spot, and thirty "grog" ahopa soon cluatered at Kenalng ton, JUBt acrofls the rallroad tracks and south of Pullman. Thia place qutckly merlted the name of "Bumtown." whlch stlll cllnge to lt. "Wlth the changes ln populatlon and the property sale. whlch did away wlth. the early reBtrlctlone," wrltea Oraham Romeyn Taylor, In "The Burvey," "saloona aeem strangely slow ln Invading the old town. Aslde from the ^otel bar, only flve aaloons have Btarted up, one of them ln a corner of the mar ket house. And in the part of the town north of the ahopa but ten have come in. ln met, few thlngs are more strlklng to the obaerver who OMtOhOl the awarma of men at the maln gate during the noon hour than the absence of beer cans and the prevalence of mllk bottlea " Wigwag-My wife ls a suffragette. 3he Ib golng on tbe lecture platform. Henpeckke-Huh! My wlfe doesn t need anr platform -Philadelphia Record. WHATS IN A BULL MOOSE? Rooscvelt, tbe Hunter, Scorns His Party NameBake. To ?he Kditor of The Tribune. Mr: Mr. Roosevelt has not only glven the Hapubll.an party tho Mow undar whlch lt ls now atagcarlng, ln return for the refusal to do more for him than the countrv did for Washington or Jefferson or to do what lt flatly and emphatlcally refuaed to do for General Grant, but he r.ow gives notice that hia Bull Mooee party has come to atay and ls to be reck oned wlth at every aubsequent election. In vlew of the name he has glven his party, lt <a a little curtous to recall Just whut Mr. Hooaevelt hlmself thlnka of tha bull mOOBB, to whlch he haa compared hlmaelf. as I ahouid never have thought of dolna. His descrlptlon appeara ln his book. "The WIldemeBs Hunter." Nobody ean dlspute the colonel's own deacrlptlon. and I OOOM Hke to aee lt reproduced ln The TMbune for, the general cdiflcatlon. Heie is what Coloh'l Itoosevelt tldnks about the anlmal he ?ays he felt Ilke and the name he haa glven hia great natlonal party: The bull m.ose llvea on the publlc do maln and is a verv wusteful feeder He la of a wunderln* and flighty dis poaltlon. His fleah ls. moreover. coarfle and strlngy; hia hlde la thick. He frequentlv ahowa a clumay slowness of apprehension whlch amounts to down rlght BtUPMIty. . . Another notlceable characierlatlc of the bull aaOOoa IB hia lnordluate and un changeahle selilsiuicas. Whether roaming In the wooda in BOUtttda or tearlng up the eartl. or i omlng headloog t<i the can, he ta thlnking flrst. laat and all the time of the safety of his owa skm ani tlie ful neis of his stomach. Porthar indicatiora of the hulPs ess.-n tlal aeinshne-n are found In his freayient ahuse and biowbeating of all OthermOOOB that are Broaller than hlmself He can? not tolerate a iival. bnl Maa Into ? leal OUa rage at the eTHt BUggestton that there is any other bull moose in the uatveraa I.' the colonel remembers what he Bl written any hetter than what he haa said. ba muat have thought often wlth a qualm of his own pl< ture of the patmn salnt of hta own party. Will the Repub Ucans. on whnm he tunied when thef would not nomluate him for a thlrd term. take some little palns henceforth to kef-p him and the count i.v remlndi*d of his own oplnton of the h'lll DtOOBOf NO "NATURI KAKKH " Hieeblfii. Bea &. i9!2 WOMEN'S PETITIONS FUTILE Muat Hare Votes Behind Them To Bo Effectire, Says Correspondent. TO tha Kdltor of The Tribune Hli : In an laaue of The Tribune last w??k was a conimunlcatlon from tha niiil aiffrage aentlment. representlng the power of petltlon aa s ifflf lent wlthout \otea to d> fend and ? hnmpion the woman dtlsen The reply from expeilence la. Try lt " The treatin<-nt petitioiis te. elve?that Is, thoa?- slgned hy women only ? their < urt rojaettoa, or the mdUmrenoa or rudenesa dlsplayed, have < rcated auffragiats on tha luatant. The women discovered that a petltlon wlthout votea behlnd It waa futlle. Mrs Wallace, mother of Oeneral 1/k Wallace, Ih one Instance. Her petl? tlon on the womanly aubje< t of protec? tion to chlldren waa rOMfrod wlth con tamety. lta slgnatures were lompared to "fly specks.'' Alhany has a monatroua petltlon wlth the aame atory of futlllty and the aeoM reault of recrrltlng the suffrage rauks a* the aignera roallaad their holpleaeneaa Petltlon with eotea baa power. r. wlthout votes ls nothlng. Witness tlie Mayor of New Yotk's a:. awer to the women deleK.itea who petl tloned him hs their aole depemluine: 'That's nothlng to me!" What was "nothlng" to him? The fact that they were llvlng. or trylng to llve. on 35 cents a day If they could accompllsh on" hun? dred yards of tucklng?on le?s than 35 renta lf they could not! They strink and, belng helpless ln the body polltlc, np pealed to the Mayor That answer should be In brOOaO lettera on every auffiage hall untll the time coines when women can petltlon as < Itlzens and have a votlng power behlnd them that leglslatuies arnl mayora fear. Jl'WA C. S. tiKAN'T. Tarrytown, K. V.. Dec. 3, l!d?. a A8K3 AID FOR NEGRO SCHOOL. To the Kdltor of The Tribune. 8lr: lf each reader of thla artlcia will sllp tl Into the envelope aa a t'hristmaa preaent for a colored school and mail lt to W. A. Blalr, treasurer of the Slater Industrlal Rchool for Colored I'eople, at Wlnaton-Salem, N. C, lt will enahle the truateea to aecure a donatlon by the atata I.eglalature and greatly enlarge the school buildlnga J. P. RAWLKi. New York, Dec. :, 1J12 WOULD LIKE TO KNOW HOW. To the Editor of The Tribune. Slr: Will the writer of tha well ex pieaaed letter ln to-day'a Trlbuna klndly tell the women who are oppoaed to wom? an auffraga what ara tbe atepa they ahouid take to try to prevent the will of tha mlnorlty belng forced on the majorlty? New York, Dec. 4. 1912. 07. O. REPUBLICAN R EORGAN IZATION. | Vroin The Argonaut. San Kran'lseo. Reptibll-an party polley under the imw atatus ?f affelre hau yat to be d?terinlned. A con ference to that end haa been arrang.-d for Dt cember 14, at Naw Yoik. and lnvltatiom to It have been ai-<-ept*d by repreeentatlve men from all over the country. In the ine?n time th>-re are multtplleU evldences af suetalned party ?plrlt. And the common oplnlon appeara to be that reorganizatlon will be effcrted upon rela tlvely progreMt\e llnes. Speaklng for irtelf. "The Argonaut" bellevea that the dlrectlon and leaderahlp of tha party will probably be In tlie hands of men who have hltherto been merr.oera of the progreielve factlnn, but who did not In the late campaign abandon the party to follow the Bull Mooee. . . Kvldence? mnltlply that great numbera? probably the great major? lty??f thoee Kepubllcana who voted the Bull Moose Hahat stlll regard theinselves ss mem? bers of ihe Republlcan party. Their number, we sufpeet, wil! b* so great that Inng before another Presldentlel year comea around the Bull Moose achlsm will b# only a memorj'. Thls, of couree, Is mere propheey, but thtre ls behlnd lt a specles of loglc whlch has never falled In the poiitlml hiatory of the country. And there Is behlnd It, furthermore, that verjr potent fotre, the atmoephere of unlvereal ex BSWtattaSL Owaa the null Moosera? thoae whose ?Ituatlnn penmlta them ta declare themselves People and Social Incidents AT THE WHITE HOUSE. [From The Tril.une Burenu.1 Washington. Dec. 5.?The President bas aecepted an Invltatlon to attend tho thlr ty-second annual dinner of th* Merchants and Manufacturcrs' Assoclatlon of Baltl more, on January 23. Mra. Taft went to New York this morn fng to remain aeveral days. The report of the I.incoln Memorlal ? 'ommisslon rccommendlng tho adoption of the Henry Bacon deslgn and the Po torr.ac Park slte for the $2,000,000 Lincoln Memorlal waa sent to Congress to-day. The Alaskan Railroad f'ommission. com posed of Major J. J. Morrow, C M. In errBoll. of New York; Clvll Englneer Cox, l S \\, and Dr. Alfred H. Brooks. whlch has slncc last August travelled more than thlrteen thousand mlles studying the fut nre railroad needs of Alaska. aubmltted Ita report to the President to-day. Pr.-si.l. nt Taft reCOtrod the delegates to th* National Rlvers and Hnrbors Con? gress in the Baat rtoom tht.s aftemoon and later made a brief speech to the members of the Lakes-to-the-Culf Deep W'aterways Commisslon. It 1b undorstood that the President serlously conslderlng the appointment of Colonel Spencer Crosby, his mllitary ald and Supertntendent of PobUe Buildtngs and Qrounds in th* Distrlct of Oolombla, aa the anglliaiil commissloner of tbe Jia trirt, to aucceed Colonel Judson, whose four-year term will explro ln February. THE CABINET. [fr >m The Trihun" Bur*au.' Washington, Dec. G.-The Attorney Oaa eral and Mrs. WIckersham eaftertatBOd at dinner to-nlght In bonor Ol the Krench Ambassador and Mme Juaaerend. Their other guests were Justice and Mrs. Lamar. Senator and Mrs Kowlaada, B?B? ator and MrB. Suth'-rland. BrigadUr Oea eral and Mra. WotheriBoon, Captnin aad Mrs. Gibbons, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jen ning*, Mr. and Mrs. Henry White, Miss I** an.i Brlgadfter Oonoral Craaler. Th* Secretary of War and Mrs. Stlmaon have Issued Invitatlons for a dance ln honor of Mlss Gamble. the niece of Mra. Stlmson. on December 18. Mlss Flora Wilson entertalned aeveral women at a tea ln the New Willard Hotel thla aftemoon to meet her guest, Mra rteklfft ManBtleld The Secretary of Ag rlculture and MIbb Wilson and their auestH. the conflul-Oeneral to Switzerland aad Bfra afanaaHli were guetts of Dr. and Mrs. Klehardson at the Columbia Theatre to-night. ^ The Postmast-r General will go io Phh adelphla to attend the dinner to be glven to-morrow night by Mr. and Mrs. B, T. Stotesbury. a-?? THE DIPLOMATIC CORPS. IFrnm The Trit.une IJureau ) Washington. D.c o.-The Oerman Am? bassador krft Waahlugton to-day for Chi? cago. Vkere he WlH dellver an address nt the dinner to-morrow night of th* Western K.conomtc Assoclatlon. Mra. James Bryce and Countess von . PailBaleiBT, ailled with Mrs. Wkkersham. Mrs Nagfj and Mrs. Meyer. are laaWi their names and energles to the su.cas of a dance to be glven at tbe New \\ 11 lard on Decmber 16 for the b.-nefU of the WOrklBg 00*0" home. Th- lUnlsh Mi" ter and Mme. de Ba. h. of th* Roealaa Kmbassv. are on the BoOf conunittec. aai aadraw galiaieaknlkoaT, Raaalan attackii v m Bebjnoick, of the Netlaerianda L*> Kation. aad Lord a>aWJa Peray, of the Kritlsli Kmbassy staff. are on tlie llat of nshera. ? IN WASHINGTON 80CIETY. [Krom The Trlbun- Bu" Washington. Dec. 6.-The Japati.se Ambassador wns the guest of bonor at a diaaor liren lO-BigM by Mr. and Mra. loka B. Hataaaraoa. Tkwotlawgoaitowera Baroa Brlck gwlidraab. Aaetrlaa eharge d'affalraa; Alfrert Mltchell Innea. Britlsh roinsellor: Counteaa de Chambrun, wlfe of the K.ench mllitary attaehf: fom mander BenokM d Azy, Krench miliiary at ta. he Mra. Thoenaa k. Laagfcttn, Mrs. william i'. Draaar, Mrs. Henry F. Maeoek, Uri Buckaar waiiingford. tbe nuaalin nav.d attadM and Mme. Vassllleff. Count and Coaateaa Seher-Thoss, Colonel and \lrs. RobOri M Thompson, Colonel and Mrs. Judson. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ueorge How ard. Btlaa Draper. Mr. de Sartiges, Krench thlrd secretary : Count r-laes Bonde, Sewedlah secretary, and John B. Hender aoa, J Mr. aad Mis Baary White have Issued rards tor a tea on Wedntsday aftemoon, DOOataber ll, ln compllment to their son in-law aad daughter, Count and Ooaataaa tibOT Thtrt who are apendlng the wit.ter here. Mr. aad Mrs. ^hrlstlan D. Hemmick will go 10 rhWodelnhlQ to attend the din? ner Mr. nnd Mra. Stoteebury will give ;o n.orrow night. Mrs. Henry C OorbtB, Mrs. Bliblle Porter. Mr. and Mrs. jMaaa Braikfjr and Mr and Mrs. William Corco ran Hill are others who will go to Phila delphla for the dinner. mis Tkoaaai m. Cbatard was hostess at a large lundieon to-day for young folk ln l Oinplliaant to her htece. Mlss Sara Bell Williams, of Baltlmore. Mlss Cecilla May, Miss Margaretta Pimons. Miss Martha Bowers, Mlss Rebekah Wllmer and Mlss Oladyi Hlnckley were among the guests. Mrs Baiden, wife of Major William J. Barden. entertalned at a tea thl9 after noon at tbe Wa?hlngton Barracks, her jtueatB belna asked to meet Miss Anne Randolpb and Mlss Vlrglnia Ambler, of Baltlmore. * NEW YORK SOCIETY. Mis Kben WHght gave a dance at Sherry's laat night for her debutante daughter. MIm Anna Wright. It was the flrst large pitvats dance of the aeason, tbe HuestH numberlna- nbout three hun? dred, manv of whom came on from dln nera. Among the hostesscB of the din? ner* wera Mrs. Wright, who entertalned at her houas, No. 10 W*st 63d street, and Mrs. Ueorge. B. Poet, Jr., at her home, No. 3 Eant 61st street. Mrs. Tost's guests numbered fourteeti. and included among othata Miss Anna Wright and Ifiea Late i'ell Wright. Iu Mrs. Wright's party were Mr. and Mra Sydney S. Breese, Mr. and Mra. La Qrand c Orlswold. Mr. and Mrs. Fre?l crlc Kernochan. Kdwnr.i UVaBgBtaal and Phlllp Turner Brown. The entire second floor was used for th* dance, and the gue.its were reoelved by Mr*. Wright, who was In blue velvot; the debutante, who wan In white satln. with a green sash, and by Mlss Leta Wright, who was ln white watln There was gen? eral danclng throughout the evcnlng, and supper waa served ln the tapestry room shortly after nildnlght. l^ater the dancing was resumed. Among the Kuests ln addlttou to those already named were Mlss I-eonle Burrlll, Mlss Clalre Btrd, Mlss rranees Brcae, Mlss Mary Campbell, Miss Helena Flsh, Mlss Catherlne I* Hamersley, Mlss Marlon Holllns, Mlss Loulse Klsscl, Mlss Katharin* and Miss Eleanor Lawreme, Mlss Eugenle Ijidenburg. Mlss Camllla Morgan, Mlss Kdlth Mortlmer, Mlss Dor? othy Manlce, Mlss JuMa Newbold, Mlss Josephtne Oaborn, Misa Anne Rogers. Mlss Mary Tyne, Mlss RHen GriBWold. Mlss Nancy Bteele, Mlss Margarct Thorne, Mlss Muiiel Wlnthrop, Mlaa Helen Huntington, Miss Kate Qordoo Wlllla, Mlsa Vlrginla Murray, Robert 1* Baeoii. Klllot C. Cowdln, Heyward Cut tlng, J. Coleman Drayton, Henry Cole nian Drayton, Hamilton Fish, Jr.; Sidney W. Fiah. Albert Kugene Oallatln. Hamil? ton Hadden, Lydig Hoyt, Seymour John. son. Thorne Klssal, Ixs Roy Klng, Dev "reaux Mllburn, Frederick Osborn, Percy K. Pyne. :'d; Mosea Taylor Pync, Jr.; Roger Poor, Hayard Klves, Harold 8. Vanderbllt. Reginald Waterbury, Regj! nald B. Rives and H. Thornton Wilson. Miss I.avlnla R. Graves gave a luncheon yesterday at Sherry's for her nicce, Miss Loulse R. chappeli, and Misa Oertruds Hoyt, two of the debutantes of the **?. aon. Her guesta numbercd about nlnoty and Included Mrs. Walter F. Chappeli. Mrs. C. Alan Hudson, Mra. Joaeph 07, Harper, Mrs. Samuel T. Gilford, Mrs Stephen Peabody, Jr.; Mrs. Auguatus W. Kelley, jr.; Mlsa Margaret Haskell. Miss Helen hi,8> MiS8 jiope namlltoax Mlsa Kate QordoB Wlllis, Misa Margaret Was stafT, Miss Ursula Brown, Miss Fanny ds Groot Haatlngs, MIsb Margaret Trevor, Ml-s Helen Jenklns, Miss Ruth Rlker! Miss Margaret Strong. Miss Amy Q. Johnson, Mlas Rosalle Moran, Mlas Jus tine Ingcrfloll, Miss Julla Edey, Miss 8ybll DoUfjlOB, Miss Buzanne Warren, Misa Marle Taller, Misa Vera Cravath. Miss Fonrose Wainwright, Miss Louiae Emmet, Mls? Marjorie Weeks. Miss Evelvn Brown, Miss Katharlne Hazard, Mlsa Elise Francke and MIsb Loris Portei. Kach girl recelved a bouquet as a souva nlr, whlch she drew by a ribbon runnlng froir the centre of the table to her place. Mrs. David Wagstaff gave a rcceptton yeaterday afternoon at her house, No. ? East 54th street, to Introduce her sister ht4nw, Miss Margaret Wagstaff, daugh? ter of gfr, Hnd Mrs. Alfred Wagstaff. As slatlng Mrs. Wagstaff and the debutante la recelving were Miss Carollne Wyetn Mlsa Fvelyn Brown, Mlas Margaret Tr? vor, Mlsa Louiae Chappeli, Mlsa Amy Johnsc-n, Miss Cornclla ds Lancsy Cam mann and Mlsa Ruth Cibb. A muslcal waa givan yesterday after? noon at the house of Mrs. H. FatrfleiO Osborn, No. 850 Madison avenue, for tl-e baoafh of the New York Cooking Schoo'.. tlie alm of whlch ls the betterment of tha food ln all homes, especlally In thoaa of the toiiera. An ezcellent programme waa glven and was thoroughly enjoyed by those present. Mrs. Henry R. Dsnnia, Mrs K. G. Hanford, Mlaa Marlan Clark, Mlas Joaephlne Oaborn. Mlaa Iaabaiia Sloan, I>awren?e 8. Butler and W. Boott Pyle sang. Mrs. H. Fairfleld Oaborn is presldent of the school; Mra. Bradlsn Johnson, vne-pregident; Mrs. Jamea J Goodwln, treasurer, and Mrs. Clarence Blalr Mltchell, secretary. The trusteaa are Mrs. Arthur Curtifls James and Mrs Morrla K. Jesup. Others actlvely Inter ested are Mrs. Columbus O'Donnell Ise lln, Mra. F. K. Sturgis. Mrs. W. Emlen Roosevelt, Mrs. B. Aymar Sands and Mra. E. J. Berwlnd. The May Claas, organlzed by Miss Hen rletta B. Wilmerdlng. held Its flrst dance of the season laat night at Delmontco's, under the patronage of Mra. Ferdlnand Sands, Mrs. S Montgomery Roosevelt, Mra. Sidney de Kay, MrB. A. Cllnton Wil? merdlng and Mrs. Frederick Southack Tlie next dance will be held on Decera bat H ?herry'a will he the scene to-nlght of the flrst of a serles of three subecrlptlon dancea organized by Mrs. Howard H. Henry. Mrs. B. Ogden Chlsolm. Mrs Herbert Johnaton and Mrs. Edwarfl Knapp. The Btibscrlbers Inelud* Mrs. Wllliam Manlce, Mre C. Ledyard Blalr, Mra. Robe.t Temple Kmmet, Mra. Archi bald Rogers and Mrs. Henry O. Trevor. Adeline Genee's dan< ing was the princi pal attractlon of the ttr.it of the serles of "ClaneonB en Crlnollne" entertainments, gl\?n yesterday mornlng at the Plaia under the dlrectlon of MrB. R. W. Haw'keaworth. Among those present wer? Mrs Stuyvesant Fiah, Mre. Mosea Ta> lor"Pyne, Mra. Charlea A. 8teele, with her daughter, the t'omtesse de la Greze, and fcflasj Nancy Steele; Mrs. Rlchard Towr. ?ond, from Waahington; Mra. Douglaa Robinson, Mrs. Frederick T. Van Buren, Mrs. Charles K. Alexander and Miss Har rlet Alexand.r, Mrs. Wllliam Plsrson Hamilton. Mrs. Seth Low, Mrs. Henry I'arish. Jr, Mrs. John J. Maaon, Mrs QOOrfO R- Sheldon, Mrs. Theodora A. HiiiKuim. Mra. Charles Brown and Mls? Hrown, Mrs Henry A. Alszander. Mrs Arthur Scott Burden, Mrs. Ernest lsel'.n and Mts. Arthur lselln. Mrs. Charles I'i.na OlhOOO. Mrs. Kben Wrlght and Miss Anna Wrlght. Mrs. Alfred WagBtarT gnd Miss Margaret Wagstaff, Mrs. Edgar Bull and Miss Prlscilla Bull. The entsr tainment waa followed by a number ?f luncheon partles at the Plaza. Tha ather "mornings" of the series are sert for D* cember 19 and for January 9. Mrs. John Henry Hammond. Mra Henry W. Taft, Mrs. E. Francis Hyde and Mrs. Kdward H. Rlpley were among thoss present at the flrat of the St. JUgia "drama mornings" yeaterday. Mrs. Benjamin Thayer ?lves a reeeptton thls afternoon for her daughttr, Misa Tesson Thayer, at her house. in Eoat Hth Btreet. Howard Tay'.or w'll glve a dinner-danca to-nlght at his house ln Eaft 64th Btrstt for hia debutante daughter, Miss Eleanor Taylor. The Motor Car Tourlng Soclety, of whlch Albert Eugene Oallatln ls preBl dent and Orme Wilson, Jr., aecretary. will glve a dinner-dance at Sherrya on Jaa uary 16. Mr. and Mrs. S. Steven* Sands ara ?t No. 49 East 52d street for the sesnon. MrB. Wllliam Stuart Hdgar and Miss Kdgar will be at home on Thursdajs la Deeember and January. Mr. and Mrs. Junlus 8. Morgan and MIm Sarah Morgan ara at the Hotel OothaTO They have staying with them aa tbelr gutBt Miss Eather Cleveland. Mrs. Alfred Wagstaff, sr? who is estab lished at No. 515 Madison avenue for the wlnter. will glve a danca at the colony Club on January 2 for her daughter. Ml*s Margaret Wagstaff. Miss Muiy Cunnlngham's weddlng ll Murray Sargent, of New Haven, wl'l take place on January 18, ln 8t. Thomaa'fl Church. The brlde, who Is a sister ef Mra. James Cunntnghbm. of No. 1J4 Eait 65th street, will hava aa her attandants her sisters, Mlaa 8arah and Mlsa Elli? beth cunnlngham, and her couBlna, Miss IxjIs, Miss Evelyn and Mlsa Qenarleva Cunnlngham. Prlnce and Prtncese Alhart Radilwtll. who have been staying at tho Oetham alnca their arrival from Europe, hava left town for WaBhington, en routa for Mei lee. Prlnce Maalataa Suikowski is Btaying *? the Hotel Aalor. Mrs. Wllliam J. Schieffelln will gtva a reception thla afternoon at her house 1" Fast 66th street for tha dabut of ha? daughter, Ml?s Margaret Schieffelln. ?