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ti im??.* *?rKii v>. |gl Owasi sud pabUshed <)*:: bl The Tribun? an.? fork . -i mtlaa Ogdss M H.im;.r Tril.ut.e BU Idlllg, No IN NUM? I itatde et . ;r. <? ?? ? New i . ?. .-. month? -- ?-J 1>?II> h ? ? Dali} enl! ' .. - " , l month - ' roRClGlS BAT? lAXADIAN RA? DA11 YA v DA11 > .KD Bl DAT ???? o'sm SDAT OS "^"?'l "N,v .? .. S 10ne y, aas KM !'v,> ONLl : km, : :?: 4 "? ? ? , ?I Secretary Bryan's Advice to the State of California. li bi :.?arlj lo forecast the results ol Secretarj Bryan's rlslt to Baenmento. He has delivered his m,.-. _'??? (., (lie Governor and legislators ot Call foro i and it remaiua for them t" aceepl ? ?? ? his adt lee. 11. Issue bangs in Mm balance. For a |...iti"ii of Mr. Bryan's >i.'b there will be general approval. We refer to bis suggestions thai Immediate decision be delayed pending eltber action i.\ the State Departmenl looking toward Ibe nego? tiation o? ;i bava treaty with Japan, or action by ??> state commission conferring with the Presiden! to effect relief. These pr??posais are emlnentl* prop? and la Ifnl. The casa is oae where a state has i right to legis .:ii?. aavg m s,, tut as Ihe nation has exercised Its iront? making power, The proponed co-operation would be a bappy Issue onl of the immediate con troversy and might well result In a permanen lien. Bui ? osais, ex? ellenl as Ihej are, seem lo li?\p lacked the support which ? clear and strajgtal forward assertion of the feoTeral treatj making power would bave added So fat ?> the reports ol ,?i,. M pel session disclose, Mr. Bryan i*arefnlly avoided anj frank detnition ??! terms He was ron? ttMit to plead and suggesl \i u?? point did li?1 frankly saj "The treatj ": Ibe nation is. of course, . me and all thai lies In the power of the state "to <l". n1! thai we are disensging here, Is ibe ena? I ? ,,i ,-i |g?g w m respeel t?. such rights of aliens .. H-.t glreadj drtermlned hj International i., ti.Dtrary, Mr. Bryan seems to have : t| ... . .i . i imed any assertloi ol federal power It referen ?? to the "constltntionallty" nl tin? .i.-ii ane?e treat? may lie so Interpreted. Mr. Rr-v.ni i< on a diplomatie mission nl much difficult; N.ie will wish lo embarrass his at' ? ? . )iim premature).! until the State ol California Is per*uad??d Into . . ipe< i i'.-i the i nited States of Amer leg we cannot feel thai all the tact In the workl will ? ?lista c.I in speaking for Ihe executive ..t the nation Mr. Bryan Is not pleading with . . ... ?., . ?operate, bnl Is declaring the nnc; of tin- federal power over a constituent i.ml subordinate member. treats o??r prayers are Hie order of the i .. ?h trmi? of constitutional antboritj All in (he Same Boat. :.? In the Hou.f Representativ? - on i ? lVilson?l'nderwood tariff bill lacked Interesi ? f the debaters fell that they were ills . something which bad already been fully diacoanted In the public mind, Xo opponent of the bill could well llapute the fact thai the country itely roted In a programme of downward ? Protectionists. Republican and Progressive, were t?.o nui. h occupied it gritb other matters to concern themgelves seriously aboul the mainten? ance of the protective system. When states like New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Con ut, Ne*a York, Now Jersey, West Virginia, oh!., .mil Illinois voted for i Democratic President thej nade ?t Impossible for protectionists In the t.. argue thai t liemocratlc Congress was ???ut to give the ronntrj what the country bad signified Its willingn??ss to accept, Mr Payne, the author of the tariff law of 1909, bj thp way, would have been a much more acceptable measure If he bad i.n able lo draft 11 more in accordance with hit own personal views ! admitted thai the Dnderwood bin waa i fair- redemption ot Democratic pledges. So it Is. Republicans are not able to make t lie capital oui of It that they were able to make out of thg tVlIs nn Gorman act of 18W Mr. Pgyne's only re was i" argue thai the Payne law bad been misunderstood ami misrepresented. Yet Mr. Gard m-r. who opened the debate for Ibe Republicans, courageously took the bull bj Hie boras and ngld tiiat the cotintry was neror satisg?Bd with the Payne bill and showed Its? dissatisfaction hy voting the Republican party ont of power. The moderation of temper shown by both parties in the House debate is full of inggeatlveness. It proves that Republicans and Progressives, as grell li Democrats, ?feel tbal they are also responsible f?.r di?* downward revision now being undertaken, i?it?i are hound, under- the circumstances-, t.. make iiip best of any d stnrhoBc?sa which it Is llkelj to canse Signs of the Times in Opera. if Mr. Dippel baa r?atgned aa goneral manager of the Chkago-Phlladelphlg Grand <>p?>ia Compenj t?e cause, ss be Is reported aa saying, be has plans <>f bit own In the opera Held, and if. hs he ghm says, ill?. Chicago-Philadelphia companj ta going to make ? .m?, monev on the season Just ending, there should ? aubatantlal encouragement In tboag happenings to -.? who believe that opera cao be amde to play ? larger educational role in tins country than it has] played heretofore That la cvi?|..|Hi\ Mr. Dippers own view, for In an noundng the aeverance of his relations with the en. terprlse whkj be has had in charge for the last three years be declared: "There Is a vast uudet < loped "Held lor open and music generally m the United "States, end in two or throe weeks i win i?. ;l,,:*. t., "announce t<> the public the plans that I have." i*n <loiibt*Miiy he has read about the Cltj Olub'a project for popular grand opera in this city, gnd bIhq of Maestro Oacar'a aew bono lot the lyric muse which h sooa t., griae oa thg Baal side, still M can face the future unharassed and anafrald. Bvldeatly there are manj optimista who an sot wllJtng to nalga Higmaareeg to the notion that graad apera eaa be produced in this coontry onlj under artificial conditions and gg a luxury fat the few, It may l.e pofUMl to give it under c?nditlona more beneficial to the general public if we only get into I Ott ii'.i'H of thinking that ?i can be. IThal la at mi fl iii..~r in ill?- discussion of the poetdbllitles of oners in tin*, country .> lb? -on "f large louglnstlve courage j ?hi? h i* belog eibibited b? Mr, Dippel sud by the CHj Club. The New Ambassador. su ('.'??i Spring l.i.' romes i>? us ?ritb ;< rerj dlfferenl official record froni that of in- prede cessor, which be blmaelf bas unintentionally sug? gested m iii,? remark Ibsl be h ''t diplomat ?nd nol ;i statesman " Mr Bryce mi-lit similarly have described blmself as "a statesman and m<i ?* dipln mat." For Mr Cecil roinet bltber witfa a long und diversified i-ecot- In nlmosi purelj diplomatic work, while Mr Bryce, with i distinguished career In -tin??nisnsblp and scholarship, came as a novice In direct diplomsi j Nevertheless, tbe statesman who was nn dlpl? mal proved lo be a higblr successful diplomat after ?11, .uni there is reason for confident expectal. thai the ?ii;ii??in;ii who is no statesman trill displa* practical statesmanship of a high ordei Between th.' two Ibere I? another contrant In respei I lo tlteli knotrledge of tin?, country, Mr. Bryee having known it m- ,-i nrbolar and a student ol constltutionsl affairs, while sir Cecil knows II sociall* na well gg diplomatically. Both kind? of knowledge are of illicit utilit* mu? ."in.ml iheir por-aeasora to gympat bet lo esteem. li will preauti ablj lie Sir Cecil's fortunate lot ? ?? represent! tbe L'nlted Kingdom bere when Ihe two countries are commemorating the compl?etlon "' I their century of peace. That "ill be nn agreeable, experience for him. and It will be pleasanl and profitable for botb t-otintriw to have tbe British ami ; American ambassadorships filled at lhat time with v.. worthy example? of ihe envoya who during these years have conducted the transaction? of the two governmenta In Ihe direction ?f peace aud friendship. Cruelty at Auburn. After tbe Matteawnn revelatlona II was plain that Colonel Scott, tbe reeentlj retnoved Buperinte dent of Prisons, w.-is ?m luefflcient executive, but he wat -till sup|tosed t" lie a distinguished penologist. Bui what i* eft if in- reputation as n penologlsi if the report of Governor Knlzer's Investlgaloi regarding! cruelty In the Auburn pi ison la Irue According lo Commissioner Blake, ihe prison phj | rielan .i' Auburn wax permitted t?> practise har harous r tie tj toward the prisoners, men ami women. I M.i 11 \ In mates an ?aid to have beeu driven Insane i.v confinement, on th?1 r>rders of 'his tortui ?.?, iiii'ii ri -1 w i- Impossible and in whicl '.,,iil rihI ?vate: ?? ere denied lo Ibem Tbe Matteawsn Investigation baa regnlted indictment, an I there Is room for another in Auburn, j it Commissioner Blaue'* report Is based on facts and ?h" ? ommisslouer reeom uenda the grand Jury's con ?'deration of the Auburn |?bysl<ian's conduct h i- plain Ihnl iii?- i rlsons of the atate are in .1 deinor? ir?ed condit ion. Governor Sn ??? the ablest .1 11"*1 Intelligent administrai , liit'in that ????il1 be had in* proposed appointee, Judge ? ! Kilt--?. will not do, C?ralting on New York. Should Neu ?ork 1 Itj be ?.petled t< I S-.'?ti.OOO a year in ordei t?' keep Assemblyman John li. Yale ?uni tw ?? ni three other members of tbe [?eglslature In tbe good graces of tbeir constituents'* Ap] arently ihe mera ? rs of 1 be Bule* > ???? of the Assembl' do nol think thai sum loo i?? levy on Neu ?fork 1 'n.\ for of .1' its members. The bill to ?top I lie ties through which thla elty'g water system | from becoming parasite* Is being held up In Ihnl committee In aplte of Its obvious spite of the general support which 1 en oys. Tbe custom of those localities Is to I beavll* for tunnels !"ii!t hundreds of feet I ?client h the aurface as "improvements" ii|K>n Ihe land which tbe city owns. It Is even expected Ihnl ?1 toad which the rltj la building for tii?. ?i*.- "f the l?iiii!i'- in the water suppl* region will be gsse?se<l at M.iNHi.iNiii or so and heartl- t;i\?'ii i,? the ties benefited by Its construction. This i~ aimplj 2r.^\ Perhaps thai 1- the ri whj iii" Legislature ? >o tender toward It. Men, Votes and Values. The Belgian demand, which ia gpparentlj about lo i?- ?granted, la for "one man, one rote Every man now im* :i cote, but ? ? ? r 11 * - ii.iv?. two und sotne three trotes. The asme demand la in;;?!?' in England?, and i?. ?m tbe way to being granted, not through n ? 11-11-.* inn by means of quiet and orderly Parllamentarj enactment. In Belgium il may be added, tbe addl tlonal rotes ire given for parentage, property and educational qualifications; in England, for plurality of residences. There arises In England another demand, n* logical .?nul Just m?? t'n?? former, which aeema likely i?? h?i\o to wall for another change of Parllamentarj control before it Is granted. That is for "one rote, one ralue." which h to be effected by such a rea (?portion* ment of members mp win make constituencies ;? 1 ? 1 ? r*? x Imately equal In \<uin^ population. AI present tbe member for Itomford represents 57?88t_ voters, god the member for Kilkenny l.ffid; Walthamstow bas 1 * ;. ? u ?> 1 roters, and Newry 1777; Cardiff .".??? ??.",. and] Windsor .".._''>i. IVIniMed?n bai ten limes .1- many roters aa Winchester, wherefore 1 rote in the latter pisos 1 m*- ten times tbe vslue of one in the former. it 1- a strange and nol creditable circumstance thai this atate of affaira baa been maintained for eara rdmplj because the i??iii?i-*< in Pari nmeut could ' not agree on making both reformi at once, One wauled "one man one rot?,*' but nol "one rote, one ralue," and ihe other the reverse. And now the party whi?-h i? putting through a bUI which will give each man one rote ?mil n?? more refuses i" _'iw i" each ?/ote the same ralue, but leaves thai for Ita omtonenta to effect in some future year Standardizing the Baby Business. All chance having been eliminated from marriage and th?? onion of Reginald ?ml Mabel having been placed ??H :i atrictlj scientific basis, it must obvious)* be the babj s turn next. Thai turn has come. ?Our onn Board of Health, co-operating with the New fork Mill? Committee, 1 ? j? -* aet oui to Si ?1 babj standard. Competitive examinations g re to be held in.' count**] ??ver. ?uni stflttsth-v. covarlag weight beigbl and other phytrtcal measurements and .11 tal ?i?'\cio|iiii?"iii ?is well, are i?? be collected from more th.m ?uic hundred thousand children from birth to kindergarten age it win. of course, be rerj interesting to have these Igurei ?uni to kii'iw Juat bou far ahead ??1 the aver age one's own baby Is, (Ws never heard ??f 1 babj thin waa bek>?7 the average.I But unpleasant rival? ring and Jealousies are sure to creep in Look at the ciaima already pul ">n hj tbe State ol Oregon "Normal i>?ii?i<-s la Oregon have proved to ?i.e ghoul ?li months in sdrance of the ita?d.aida ?in physical and mental development," aaya the o ru? cia i announcement. A wonderful state Oregon, con? ceitedly, when she braga of !"'r spplea we felicitate her. Bui babies are another rnatter. Surely this sort ,,f braggadocio canuol be permitted lo paw on? challenge? ?'? bi? In n million cribs, In (ortj leven statt s, roar a contndletloo. s., it will he between states, between counties, be? tween rlllages, hetwem families. At tbli rerj mo? ment we .??.'I'd nan,r with confidence not onlj the? state, i m the county, lillage and family when the tallest, wisest, sturdiest, handsomest children reside But \\ e keep our alien? ? P,,. ?us].! thai It would !"? liettei for the whole] notion if the si i lardlzers ..f the bahj kei l -?lerne. - izin? Wi Iter ( lets T? entj -Da Bentei Pat? ion Well, ihen msj be i fe? who deserve* i., t.. et ol ghtly. Tl e coal i la put al f?ll I ?7 :?? i half real Evet figt nit this st -?? mm h n n ord il Is I seems ? ndsome minimum wags foi aheriffi Sow that the Hou i ol Rei.ntativas ha 1 .. ..i. unsophlatlcated members don't know exa to do with them. Speaker i 'lai k Issu? -til. - . .. d i or two ?ago: "Tv o ; ??or three members have complained thai occasion ??;.ii\ .-?!?: ? puts hi? i'.', i upon the top "ol on? ol l.? i hes and thay claim thai u Is "had form." It certali bad form under an ad mlniatration which drink? onlj the pure grape ex AS I WAS SAYING The authoi explains ' W en ??? passed rrn I of in- blizzard, our tin-. h't..in> wore a long .in . ???.- ; - dark .? - her own .i^rK hair S ! - doei ? he lllusti ator mt He bei o n a on? i aiming \ - <.m >i . :.?,.,,.. ,, ould h ? some? ? or the ill ? g n rise to th? pi? ion thai ? ? lllusti ting the text nuit?? vroni Tl ? never look at It n i ? er th? "i v\ lth an ej <?? ; s .... . . 11 : ? .'.' To '? tl Tl it .."..'. \. 11, To n I millloi seing t rna to - ... ..,? ? ii . - v ? ? ? I, i i o detect a Is ? ? ? ? . . ? . ? ommun! ? ' ... - . a a i th? get nil ? on the ? nk you t lr< ' ? ? iih v hi? V : : . . with n It by ring 1 lulia ? * ? 0 eat all the dead H a . ? The Ink shed 1 ? Art. II was !" laugh Bui admonition m I ? ? prayed with. ? ok? gppallii mm h th? i |nn ' : - ' ' ? itlon, who get | ?M'olded ? ? ? ? ? i bom?, Vnd if we s, .-m r.i in ? ? ? ' ? .-n - ?id? i boa few and how i ?a Art. Wl he same ei **? old givlni . nil Bol ? ? ? i home 'ii. and trulj, I ne? i thing like these Paris cabmen. Bt . Tl m rnlng I I Into ;. ? I ' Id the man t was In a hurry to get i: ? .--..m' Jacqu. - l pronounced It per* r... tiy distin? tly. Ro< . ? jacks hk^ that. .m .i it ill i had a. walk." i? .. i i.., ? bman | have Buffered mu? h Not lot an Am. rie.-.n woman living In Parla wanted a slice por* ai ? ! h? ? ? with seh i Ilona from the diction '?' i ort w hon In I t in a tat rlooked lbs accent; In the I ? th? ? handy n ord, -i - poi c v ould i ter ii"'.' ? f it gnat confidence, and, tr-.ttm.: t" the butcher's shouted at him, "S (ion!*1 by Interpretation, "You tllrtj pig!" i'. rf? ctl] amiably, perfactl) ?olemnly, h" ga i bar m n pot u. tngeli could do TU> ' K. L M. A NUISANCE AND WOR>E, li ..i, I" Held R? puhll? an The "endl? - .... n with ?m . ? .i i:... ? ? nf dhH t. In weh ?? ripienta ;-s .i., nol "push n along." The postal authoritl? ?gain : that the "chain" k itlon or the post II ? ? well PLENTY OF THAT KIND. OFTEN. i- i ..in Th? ngflcid 1 lark is tl.? ? i ? lall la'. .1 He had soi before the I rei-onclllntloi.ild t k? :'????? Hatreda make bad bed? I \ r?.i th? i ? mo ratl? part; a hal ? sight! <\ | ? I n? ?. tl .-i BUI i THEY SURELY DO! Prom 'i ? Boato Hi ?: ? i'"'"?. i >i again r? mind is that k trl Marx and Hunsei and Longing foi HSppliMM art stall log through the land v... wonder h? deel ??< , March ? that the peoplt need blindara, JUST AS FILTHY. From The i ">tioit i--,,, i . 'ihe Philadelphia mini )r<M month rolmd it,ta\,tBi V.i(T?il..-ln,li>,ri Blckall n it nen with nil tHi>. MS mon?! ?n clreulatloa atrsstsar aonduetonf hands will be ?i (l:it> as ?... <i. SOLD. TI IK PEOPLE'S COLUMN An Open Forum (or Public Debate THE NAUSEA OF THF, "ANTIS "' i i It A oo ? Kiadrtd Emotiorr; m a Suffragi ? ; ? . itlful 1 ? ? . ? ? ? ? i srhlcl ? ? t if he i ? ? tl ?dest, un* ??nlfied I should ' ? i be ve not I ? in i' . literature 11 . i .? ? ? ? -, ? ? 11 k.- . ,,|-,i . . '. ? S ? ? te ? li"l Il .?-?-?If riil:?: ? . ?? ind bi llttli ridl* i mothi ?he publli wani ? ' t in lin- facs .?t ni?' . i/i.-u.i rtga ami thi woman-1 |0 pli id f'?r JUStII ove. fi ; ? FS I i - .Uffer , I much r to bave my n alh m .? ??ii;iiMi' ,i. ordei l? mannsi I ? i in with -i mob of m< - .ititi-7 spit g and j .. ihn?* who wi having with th? rllgnit - on ? ORORQR M BKRRBOW i-.i: ird, Nee \ oi ? April a, ? ART FOR THE PEOPLE The Morgan PictartfP Should Be Pb.cr-ri in City Hill. It Is Urged. T.. m. i.iiiioi ur Tl - Trlb im Blr it ir??- bet n .?-? 11 k i?. ?' -i thai thi i Its build, al ?m approxlmat* coal ..f about . h sddltion t.. :'i>- Metropolitan M ?? .iii foi l hi I' ?' ','"? ? t'f pi '?I'll ? hous ing ii'- m ? in art collection Buch .-m sxpei ?inn - i ould obvloualj be ti Ifllng compared with ths beneflta that would ? from i he public possession "f such pi i,-.-:. s - i bul II a ? i, - i., me i be point lo be i oi m In mind is nol es* pi 'niiiiii.-. i. n. ral bei ai ? eealbtltty ; boa , Ihe pe pie m i . under th? moot favor- > .im?- condltioi mili m the lai gt si n im* ? ; .i., nu - ni. .ii collection. When om im ntal not to ? mi ii'i-.ii the ph) ill al, fatigue, oi the i op ? I mi n . . . lult? mi' from an] determined attempt to "do" .m.? larg? set."'i t .?? i oh set In one f it i.? not ?? m" lo - ? "-i bo m.m- imp irtanl worke, i ? ;,. ii appealing to tin- same sel of mental .-?ii.i spiritual faculties, under . roof. ? in- ?,iiiiii h it,h,iii. tl ink thai uI m- ! fluences m \itai i?> the advance of civ? iltaatlon ? tr ? ? 11 ?i be scattered broad i t, like ?.i saderumba for ??; a* rows IVfcO, for ln.?tan?-<?, wouM Ilka to ISO ths! noble appeal to patriotism embod? ied ,?i ths statui of Natnan Mali?, m those almost sublime conceptions -?r ancient ?mi modern etvlliaation ?ymbollsed in maililf In th? four Btatel] group* gruc "i- ot our ' i.;rom i 11 \\-. ? Morgan ? ..... g the .? - ? . with ? acht be placed, with I l r the that both i-, thai I be i itv H when, m the next fors tatest? i ? rer ? ew h m ". H ROY8TOXB. Brooklyn, tprll 31 ? THE MODE.ST TNCOME TAX It Uil! Be Onlv a Fifth of the Brit i ' i ? : Rate Says a Reader. i .. i-;,iii,,i In view of I ? - ot grot now bet .? - ? -iia> not be ? w compai Great Britain and the prop? ,\ ? i ipon ln< omen ta< re as com? ?r ? In? i first I -? I . i ) Pitt m I r ? . the Krench wars, and was abolished title of proper! ? ??? - ? lined In until 1811 In ?? Bit ? (14 cents) on the | nd ? .... .... - that i tax I ? ? - ? ? f..i the ' ? April - ? ? from I shilling and I ta) in lult of the l: ? and Ihe i Mutiny, to 2 pi nee 11 nta - ' ' - \. I! ptiOtl E160(1. thaa tax Is 1 shilling and - i. with a surtas of ?.:... ii.' cants) on the pound (IS) ipon m.-..m. s over t .."?' (I ? t.. th? first I ??' I l) of ini ..m? > B wd ..n th? pi. .-.-in rate in ? treat Brit-1 i be po ind ii ? -i>. \ aient to I Ihe ? bat gi i w.I work out aa fof lows in. nm. i .\..i K\<. ?ding ?? I.x? mpl from all Income I 11 MO igl .uni:, d t.> deduct (UM (MOO). Ill,200) Am.mut It (|70) ? ii.. 00) entitled to dedui I i '.. i ..n balan? . ? >? 11.750) Amount payabli .......t II shillings 'ii") Ut), ? ? ? ? riti,.,t m deduct ?.:.'" (MIO). :-' i*:.', I'hii Am..um pa) i1 ?:? . t.* (Uto) ? ? ? titled to ?i. duel ITS (W ?, Paya on balance ttJO (13,160) Amount payable, m and H ahll Inga (UM), ii.. ora s . i.ling ,,.?.. ($t,||g) pgj i shilling and :' penes (S cents) oa pound, equalling t <?? and M shllllacs aad I i >.. I .M Tii?. igg payable here and in England works out m comparison aa followa: it.m?- British L". 8. A. 15,000 i tl.000) . i "" sioiK) 20,000 i 1,000) 1.106 50 ..-..??. i 10.000) 1,710 M ;?5000 110,000 t 3,000) Mil M J.*?' N We ha\<- much to be thankful fur on this side in trlew Ot the small amount th? tax will repregtnt aa compared t.. our triarais in Qreal Britain, ovar and fa.I which I we ha\?. aj"t to remember thai the tax <m dealing?) upun the stock exchange, trans Il flvs ton??? ? ? ? s of los . ? _ ? ? . . ng tl - m.. >-?Ti:i: ARM-TR) ?NO Sew ?Torh - FIREMEN AS SERVANTS A Reader Asserts They Are So Used by Their Chiefs. To thi i:?!.'??? f The Tribune. su: a* i have heen a reader el your paper i g tlnn i nag it to ?*\i. m that exists la the Pire ? it ?- a of the d?n uty . hi? fi itt n chista to I m iforma on on pi [ I md to ?i" m ? ". hire? gad well, and (or th? liana* emjag ? I? ttend to their household alfa ?*. adini formad r<"?r>'?? U weicht to their hi host - OB? PBROUBON, Bs-FIremaa l-fe? York city, Apr! -?'. 1913. THE TALK OF THE DAY. 11. .i ; ? ed by the American Associatloa of Bei tin, the at* i of Ameii .?ii i iei_ssi ti . ailed !?? it:- felt ?Germs i 4 I? m i' ' i m niahing g< _?> forges* I g In a central ; ? t wo ild not ' dl t" do a pood V. :. SORII "i.? and ??i" ? st?r? ; ? , isli -, who ivas ragged and unshorn. - rret ting now thai ? ou did i"l save some <n' It ? ! done that I ?! '.?' probably for more and ri? lo this til?, ? i might bave beon lined up a Ith the f? Hows that II havi t.. Income taxei rhlcago Re?7*ort-HeraM It Wg I - .?? .? hour in thi anil the little ws ; ? m a it U i talkatlva mood. Twlatli signet ring pan? slvet) on her ? ? regular to iah what had be* ? a i; ?? :,.| pe? i leas I) adorned II Then the storm broke. "Ha waa auch i alt e, plea ulag felloe s subs thai i pot ec o ? ted n Ith He asked me to go to the theatre with bin sad during the Brat a-t !)?? took i fancy to nt) hcadl ght He drew the ring "ir and put II on hie ",vn linger 'to sea boa it looked* anil then tea? about having It AI the and ol th-' drat ?.t he went out for g smoke sad I -- he'i smoking yet, i hopa he te." Si ?? ."lib .1. rindtCth Sl] When the p i started agala and he didn't abas -I ' gol aren?<ft. and at tha md pt the aat ' notified the police But I'va never aaSH bun nor the ring again, i nrsal Is tbe SUbwa) people, but they told me he h.i'l inft un- compaa] .? areek me?. Wtax't I the ?m-*1? mark to fail lor auch <i !*-m?*, Jt_H think! K> takln? a ?,'irl to g "-rent th s he i?'"t a |M piece sf Isa HS ttoet ? . iiiIk for me-they're too BlUeh bother Plain gold for mine hereaft?-r. l?iaw one In the dark did you ?ay'"' "He's got ? gveal head for figure.??." "In what ws i "" "Well, he ran ev.-n undOTStSnd what be ?an ?I-, with a life Inmnanee ?policy after an ngenl has ilescribed it"? Detroit Free Tress.