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McReynolds Presents Views of President to Senate Committee. OPPOSES DROPPING JUDGES Legislation to This Effect Is Unconstitutional, the Ad ministration Bc licves. Prot ireau l Waahtagtee, Bept fl T^e i/realdeni nnd the Attorney Oneral are both op v<->sed to any leglalatton abohahtog the United Btatea Conunerce Court whicn wouid remove th.- Judgee from ofllce. and this oppeaHlen wlil be carried to the 1'nite.i statts Bapre-ne Court lf aecea* sary. UlrJle thr admlnlatratlon takea the m-w of ex-TYesid.ut Taft. tbal the t'ommene ? 'onrt should he maj. an almost IndlB t.-nsiW.' tribunal bj tbe enlargetnent of its pewera and jurisdiction, I'resldent WHjon and Attorney *,encral M'-RoynoUls are niore .-oncerned with the plan tO Wgislate the julges. appointed for li'e o' clurlng good behavior. OUl Of offlCe. Tbell Vlew is thnt such legislation is clearty unconstitutional nnd should not be 6B acted. Mr, McRrynold*. BPPOBTed before the Senate Appi-*"rrlat_ion<i Committee to-rtay :.:id stated hifl ohjectioua, whlch are known to be those of the l'resident. ln a most emphatir niannrr. He declarcd that I'ongrejs is threatening to eatahllah a dan**e-on* rrecfdent. although he did not , discuss the ronstftutional qoeatlona he believes to be involved. The gravatncn of I Ms plea to the rommlttee wa? that tne ! court s powers should be wider.ed to ' rover ar.y poaetble defectB, rather than ? that the tribunal BbouM be ahohshed. The first eonslderation. Mr. McKeynolds , *.ald. should be the wisdom of abolishinK the court without a thorough Inveetlga tion. He rnalntaln-d that surh defecta Ba now ure claimed to cxtst in the pr-'ceduro and powers of the court ean he easlly remedied. ln any event. he a.^erted. pro vislon flhould be made for maintainir.g tr? status of the judges constltuttng the court It is exnected that Presldent Wilson -Aill confer with a number of Senators on the flubject. aa it is rocognized that tne Attorney Oeneral acted practlcally an Fj.ok.sman fw the Chlef Executlve, al? though he has well dcfined Tlewa i own. Juflt how tar Preeideat Wlleon wttl be willing to co to prevent the aboUtton of the Commerce Court is Btlll fjonjectural, as thUB far he has tacitly permitted Ihe House to rass the biil. whlch ls now be? fore the senate. and has made no pubhc pronounreinent of his posltion. That Ih entertains the fame general idea tOWarO the subject. however. ls not heyond con t ;re. These are the vlewr- of ex-Preafdent Taft. as set forth ht his message vetoing the former biil. On this scoro President Taft satd: "I have read the arguments upon whuh this proposed legisfatlon is urged and l eaaflOt Tmd ln them a tfflgle reason why the court should he abolished. exrept that thot*. who propo?e to abolish lt ohjeot to k. cOrtaln ef its decislons. BOUM of those Adecialeaa have been sustained and other 1/ ? c been disapproved or modlfled by the | r ? 1 am utterly OppOBOd tO tbe aho'.ltion of a court bccause lts <ieei slons may not always meet the approval of a majorltv of the Wislaturc It ls introdurlng a recall of the iudiclary. which, in lts way. is quite as ob'ertlor.atie as the ordlnary vnpular ni-thod proposm. "Next to imjartiai and just Judgment, the great deelderatum ln Judlclal retm'iu ; to-day is the preBBBtlon of the dh j of business and the protnpt decision or ' caees. The rsrabhshment of tbfl merce Court has brought this ahout in a substantlal way hy reduclng th.- aveiape delay from two years to Mx month 1 doubt not that as time goes "n and the proeedure bocomes better understood tMl 1 rerlod of Bta months will be further re i duced. It is greatly 1n the interest of tnc Fhippers. and therefore of the publtc, that thlfl means of reduHng the time of fffecMve remedln' 'Itigatlnn against rall jeads ahould be preserved " 138,244 IMMIGRANTS IN JULY. Washington. Sept. 2?. There werfl 188, C44 lmrnlrr3"t allens admitted to th?I nite.I Btatee ln July. <>t thes-. M ?*? were ? nd 4*.*S0 femalP. Non-inimigrai.t alier4 udmltied numbertd i*,,c>. aad Amerlcan tittxens who returned to this .ountry reaehed a total of ???.:?%0. Alkr-s rrfuseri fttjinlsiilon numbered 17C8, making th.. ln fMBi passenger movenient f..r the nv.nth LANSTON TO PAY ALIMONY Author May Now Join His Afflnity in Belgium. | From The Trihnne Pur Washlngton. Sept fj The marltal dlf Acultlea of Aubrey Laaetoa, a wealtby author. wbeae alleged leae for a Heigian glrl he met on a Kurop.-an tOUr la-' tr.er resulted ln a BUtt for timitrd dtrorCO iTing Inatltuted here by his aife, Bthel > Lanaton, were aomewhal adjuated to-dai by a tentatlre egreemeni that h< ??*"? a' permanent allowan*.I r>" .n,,,:1 j on Mra Lanaton before returnlng to Bel* ifi un ton waa tahen Into cuatodi by order of thr court to preveal his pro | triP abroad and was held until the attoraeya reaehed an Bgreement. The court demaaded IMM ball. Counael for both Bldea agrei tuat there s little chance of a n coa4*iUati<m, becauae of l.ar.ston's attachment to his foreign af , and the dlvoree buM probably wlllj he preaeed. Mra Leneton i* nnwUMng to ask for an Bbeolute dlTOTce, whlch would permll her hueband to remarry lt irai etated that ? d< flnlte agrei i wni probably he algned bj both paxtle to-morrow mornlna and thal Lanaton will i. n,.w,<i to depart tlria Jurladlctlen whi ni t > ? h. Kf ts n ad) NO CROP FUNDSSENT WEST But S30,000,000 Is to CJo There Next Month. | From The Trlhune Pu vTaflhlnaton, Sept 23 \ report to the Beeretary of the Treeaury on the dlatrl butlon "i" Bpproxlmatel .ol the propose.i 8EO.000.000 crop fund for Ihe MBO of the Bouthern and Weatern banha ln facilltatJng the movemenl of crope will ; !... .-.. n tarj McAdoo to* morrow. Practlcally no money haa beei ir' I West thna far. aa the bank^ have adrlaee the Treeaury Department that thi farm : nol be >erkinc fundi until afte* O* tober 1. The cxi-ectatlon of the omcials ls that virtually the balnnce of the -.>??''?. 000 will be eent West. BRYAN NOTEDUCATING JAPS Public Not Entitled to Know, Any way. He Says. ??? Th? Trtbune Bureau i Waahlngton, Bept fl. in reply to m nuiries concernina the atatementa made -. itoi Martine yeeterday, When he ! Scurctary Bryaa'a lfK tutcs on the ground that Mr. Bryan waa educatlng a number of young men. the Beeretary to day issued the following statement "We are not educating any bo> s in .lapan. A Japenaae fltudenl llved aith aa for abo ;t Bre >ears, hut i.turncd to Japan ln ttOi Senator Martine'i remarlu ? ,. f. .-? to atudenta b hom w< bare Bjaieted ln other parta of Aeta, but i do consider it necessary to ch?*'iss the| matter. ?I have dlacuaaed the Boureen "f my m-1 ,,,.;.... but i am nol yel -*on"rtnced thal the pubHi requlrea me to dlecuaa each ? on Uon which 1 see ht to make to B werthy cbubi "i may add that i anewer theaa Quee-I tions with relUCtance and ? *111 the Icel-1 ing that the newepapen repreaented bi thoee who ask the queationa feel more curtoatty than th.. general publle d"es in | Kgatd 80 my prtvate affalra " NEW CURRENCY SCHEME Hitchcock Plan Would Have No Regional Reserve Banks. VVflahbigton. Bept t f'ompleti rerial frann work of ti ? adm nlol Oe B . and i::- t. dur ing the my* r. of n. - ' orh, befor* ihe Bi i at I ng ? 'oran III Reed and Hil rtain provislona ?.f tl H Bi ? atoi Reed idvanci d uhal ||?d 'he Hitchcock plan, wl Ich would enttri ? i ?'' from the pi te,n the entire 11 bem* of rei ? banhi l tut* ? - ivernmenl Ibbuc rreni y to Indlvldual banka on ? mercial paper, ba* ked 1 i ' per ? ? nt go i reaenri np to ??? pei i enl ??r Ihe ,.,; |*j to* k o each IndiTidual l a k That would bi In addition to the pn ? nt bank note Ifl Benator Reed, ii ? : , rltldae I thi n gional I -mk plan ?laking the inrl: ? aervlenl to ? corabinatlon of banka." Mr I'tit. rmyer oppoe* d th* Hib I.h i ai ? ? to th ??? for the isflue of eurre;Ky ?| i,,. committee wai inable to eoneluno iping .,' Mr. i nt* rm. i la an*l ne aill return on Monday. -?? WIFE SUES A. T. RINGLING. Baraboo, W'is . Bapt Hl?Alfred T R ng link'. drCUfl proprietor, was- made de* feadaat to-day bi a dlTorce suit breaght by hla w>'f'. Mra, Belle n. Rlngllng. The piaintiff allegea deaertlon. They have hi'en married twent] ! eara *> - ***** ? v* ? ve -r-v-?-? Walpole Bros. Irisfi Linen Manufadurers Fancy Linens Our Autumn importations of ornamental linen^ are ready for your inspcction. Dinner, luncheon and tca cloths in real laces and finest hand embroidery. new desiirn4; in cen trepieces and d'oyleys. sideboard and stxving cloths in a ?reat variety of mzcs and pattern*. Redspreads in clunv, fllct and other laces. with or without bolstcr rolls, bureau and tablc covers, pfncushion tops, niffht ?own and handkerchief cases, novelties in boudoir pillows. These ornamental linens are all hand-made from the choicest materials obtainable. ?\ visit of inspection will be appreciated. 8-taAX 373 Fifth Avenue. New York Also of LONDON DUBLIN BELPAST MELBOt'RNE Factories: ? Belfaat and Wanngatown. Irelaad Faubliahed 1744 TARIFF CONFERREES MN COMPLETE M TO-DAY Preferential Duty on Imports in American Bottoms Adminis trative Feature Not Settled. COTTON TAX MODIFICATION Exemptions of Mutual Insu? rance Co.8 and Men of Fam ily from Income Tax Still To Be Considered. I Pnmt ti ? Trlbona Bvrea . rVaahington, bept M - Bacoaragad h" the falr progreaa made lo-day. Benatoi glmmona ara ao optiraletle lo-nlghl that i>,- predicted ? full agra*emen1 amona the cenferreea on thi .anff MI] late to-nvr ,,,? i ni ,: ? onfen aea are nol gulne, however, and u tn? conferen i i roncluded before Thuradaj nlght or Kri day unoaoalls rapM aorl tn-ist be done. The eonferree* flnlahed to-day the ad mlnbBrative xe.tir.n of the bill, arlth the exception of the Importanl Item eoverlng n preferential dutj r..i Importa re4*elved in Amrricfln bottoma Thla eontrovertod j provtalon went over, flddint" one tonrr to the lwt of undectded queattena which thi ronferraaa have akleateppet] i'i tba earlli r tlaya <>f the conference ir ihe eonferreaa Bnteh the day'i worli mapped out fcr them to-incrro*ai by Ben* Btor Bhnmona th.nual dlapoae of more th m .-i <io7.en Importanl prov akma noa bi dbrpute nnd roncemlng erhlrt moie or less "riliimriK'' ha* OCCUrred Thf cotton tax amendment la atin m rontroveray, and when the conference la reaumed tO-mOIToa mnrnina Benetor <'!arke, it^ author, and probably other Benator* who propn?e modlfleationa "Ul be hrnni. There t*- alao pamdlng tbe Ben* ?te Bmendmanta exemptlng mutual life inaumnee eompanief- frorri tl - ln4*ome tax. anri another aniendment Blvlng ? hipher Income taa exemptlon lo mea of famlly. in addltlon the coafi vct to thraah oul thr- duty on lead and Btnc, burlap. cotton yarna and rloth and the in. ferentlal dt -i imi ort* from the im, ? tl ?-?? ejaei tiona Imv ? da for the alad*up o 1 ? onfi enci The conference egreed upon the laejulal torlal featun of the admlntatratlvi aei Hen <-f the * -111 eetlon waa re* wrlttm to provtde hl| . ? nl thal toreti furnlah the Inforroatlon dealred hy American agenta abroad, bul the lan guage of thi mpi t I' W I- ... if the H'liis.- provbdon ' aoftened, althou the general Idea of in iub Itlo VChen thi tion I tak'-n UP tO-1 tunltj 8 III he glven Benal to tati ? i t A almllar o\ win be of Boatb. ? i ? i... haa drawn .-. bUI foi .< ? tax thal . ,..'?: in tbe bV nati Ao Bgn emenl eached bj ll farreea to-daj wherebj tbi aal Ung draw i.Hck airaangementa wiii t,e oaa tlauaal - ri. r thr ni ar lae Mai ufai turt n. ol gooda ln b mA at fgi torles ?lf] i- eom? pelled t" ; ? onl ;?? ceat dul f thi porti ?? Tl ? ln r< .'??xJ thla rate ta * per eei I HALT FORTIFICATION PLAN Fort Henry Spcculators Try to Unload on United States. ?. i. B'aablngton Bt l Bpe ul ito ? ... go bi im" nt <*t , ? ? lat* ape ilenry I | halted thi > ror fortll i.r.,,k. Bay and provldlai protectlon to Waahtngton, BaJUrnori and terrltory agaJast a poaalbla lavadlai llert i:. pn m nl itlve Bhi rley, ? hairman of the v ib-commlttee on fortlfli Ht...n ol tl ? Houae Approprlatlona UOramlttee, ladlg* r.n.t ? aaaarted i<j-ciay ti.ut tbi 01** , ^r,i b hi mi foi f.'rtit ina ..: ? lleni \ haa been Wo* ^-f d ao fai I ind n h" i uah< 'i In and ?<? quli ed Utle rn- aooa aa thi intention ?; the k,,v ernmi 11 beeame knoa rt Mi Bhi i thi \pi'r"unat:o!v. Cornmlttee probabli arotUd abandon tbe anl ? i unb i land at Cape Hearj could be purchaaed bi a raaaonable pi l< a Th.- inrt n.ititi.mtiona approprlatlon bUI carrled 1110,000 foi th.- purchaae ol ;? Blte for fortbbratbma Ai ti" tlrm thla ara ? enelden d an ample ellowaro i I ut Bcarcely bad the bill paaaed before army ?? . . beeame aware ol an apj coacerted efforl of apexrolatora t" "hoM up'' tba goverana nl BIG EXODUS FROM MEXICO Hundreds of Americans Leave .?3,000 to Remain. | From Tha Tnhune Pureau. J Waabtagton, Sept B Roporti reach' inp the Btate Departmenl Indlcate that Aniertcana are gettmn out ol Meslee by tbe hun.ireris. and it la eatlmated heri that wlthln a w->ek or l. n r|H ? w all th. Araarleaaa who mtend laavtbg win have rlone ao. The most reacon.Th|f eatlmate tatUeataa that there aill remain In Mexico about three tboueand Americana all told. The American Conaul al Tamplco re* porte'l tO day that he ha:< h*m in..re thin four hundrrd refugei 6 tO UaredO and Qalveaton, most of them to the former placa, atnee Augual tt There are onl] a few more in the Tamplco eJatrtcl arho are expeeted to lea\, Th<- M<amer t'lty of Tnmri''f la dui -.t Tezaa Cltj to-mor* row with twent;.-rlghl rofugl Th'-re ar. appioxmiatel. tlure hundred Americana la Torreon, and the conautar reporta atau thal manj of the?e .u. <i* Bbaaa of leavlng. A greal man] revoin tiontata arr reported between BalBlle an.l Torri oa L0BBY REPORT THIS WEEK House Committce Divided Over McDcrmott Charges. Waehlngton, i^ept B -The reperl of tbe Boaa lobb] commlttee probably aill ba ubmitted b) ? babman Qarretl tbli nr.-k. One part .?! tbe report liial I. trouMing merobf-ra "i tbi commlttea I* thai conoerntng Repreventatlvc McDei naott, "i iliiii... .-"in' ,if iii,- commlttei men are .--;? i?i t" boM thal the chargea Martbi M Muihall, fornier tobbyl l foi .!,. .N.iti.'iui h '" lation >'f bfaaufaetar* er.u. and l. ii McMlehael, onetlme chlef page of the Houae tni'l. nRaln.-l M.-l). r aiott were not auBdently aabatantlated. n m IN MARBLE FRAUD Thomas Sturgis Fled. lt Is Said, After Selling "Bankrupt" Finance Concern's Bonds. HAD GOT LOAN OF $50,000 Four Directors of the Comfjany. One a Former Representative, Are Also Accused in Alleged Swindle. ThomBfl Sturgis. foimerlv OTM < ommis oner, i hril Berriea OomuilBBloner and n men,her of the bOBtd of manngers of the Blmlra Reformatory, la one ef aereral de fendants m fl BUll begUB veslerday in the Bupreme Court'by Amoa I* Preaaeott aad O. J. Oude te r. <over ffa.01 on J**dgment?. it ia alleged that Mr. Btorgta lefl H< a Vork ahout a year ago nr.d dOBB n..t ln* tend to return. The otbet defendanta are i .1 o'Doaobue, aon of a former Cltj I'hainheiiain. Alwyn Ball, Jr., former Bepreeentatlre J. Vaa freehtea Olcoti .i.?i chariea H. Half nfr. Preaaeott bi ;, manufacturer ef etare pciteb, and Mr. Oude, the other ptamtln*, ia ln the ad rertialng bualneaa ln 180G Mi. BtOrglfl "ikisiil/.e.l the * '?**, ? ,i Plnanee i lompanj. aith .* capital atoek ol ?':.-><'"'. and araa Ita praatdeat and dlrector until in July. O'Donohue aaa rice-preeidenl and diractor, and Ol? coti end Ball alao were dliecloro, it is ? i in 1811. Hvia alleged tbe rtaaneo companj and tl ? Dover Whlte MarMe Company, of arhleh Bl 11 gi ara alae pr* Ident nefljotlated arlth fVilltam Mlller, i. pn Bentlni Pn ?? i "tt nnd Oude, for a loan Of 130000 t<> l.e made tO the marhle .ipaay. In a letter te Mlller, It in i. Bturgla aald thal the loan araa for Bll months. wlth prtvilege of ?al. the notea tO he Indnrn. ,1 h\ th Dnance eompauiy and to he aecured by ?,..??, in continental atoek and bb6,6M In gnld bonda it bi alk that l ,, me ??? h. applled to the ... i ..f tbe marble ? ai 'i thal the company had tltle to i rea of blgh grade whlte marl le. He the new plai' ao ild eai n from *. ... |o ;;...?.. ,, year, arhleh irould the rix.-.i chargi Bturgta - b? , ti,. companj to have fl rirtu ?? ig Mea i ork b ith ui.tri-Ie. iturgia told Mllli l la fui illeged ih.tt thi paoj would be pajIm dlei .. ..ii iu 11' '? ? aithli ? ? . ? ,,t l>. t i O I '" ga ol . to pt) ... I Indebtedm ? ? ,. the > 'ontln nta I i ce ? lon - . i ? Prea - thal ? itemenl eubmltt l a by the ,. ompan] ahowed ta to be . tt ai tssejo to ? . ?j .. notea aret-i due Aprl IIU but ..... . , iN.t.r VI i t Marl ?- I B4 , . . . . ... ? ? ; ..liit i ? ? tbe nol i in of Pn M i unaatla : I ptaiattffi ... Plnenei i i ? ' ' ?. ? ., aolvent, *?. d< ? fraud thi m. lt ta d thal ..f ..... i ? f tbe ? ? Ied Bl l ? ? ? . ? i . i. .. ... ntiff*. tl,,i,i ? ? le . ...i.t.. aer* ln tiV a* hi rm ' fraud th< m BRYANTOASTS WITHWATER Avoids Old-Fashioned Cocktail at Dinner to Frcnchmcn. w ,,.. ii iton Bept '?' l lea i to rre?i denl 1 ii'"" ?lT''i Preald* nt 1 ir* a ti.e tradltlooa] frienaahlj between Prance ,iikI the United Btatea waa drunk ln v ..t.-r laai nlghl by B< eta Bi ran and the ,t ihe Paaama Pai II le fali The n* e ? l< .'" ?' " ?' ? ben Ma k)r I J Dieklnaon who waa hoal made a denlel cf ? publiabed fltor thal Mi Bi an had i,oi drunk when the chaapagne gla W(.,.. . ,, ,| for the toai i and thal the i rencfe rialtora were effended. Majoi Dipkinaon eaplalaed thal there i o . hampagne **t the dlnnt . n an oid-fas'.io.: ? echtall ?hk b Ihe Prenehmen had . gpreeeed a i nriealtj to tai... aad tbal ai Mi Br an prepoaed th* |, ;l>, n( ,, th* ? ii'I "t the dinner It was ,ii unk w Ith w.iter. a NEW'WHITESLAVE'RULING U. S. Judge's Interpretation Would Have Freed Carainctti. Wlchlta, Kan , B< b4 -"? '?' ? Bekei ;| I ari ta ".* v lultted oi a "whlte Blaa? . ? eharge In the fedi ral ? ouri h* n to daj afti i J'.i.ig.' Pollock, of the L'all d st.,te. EHotrlct Court bad Inatructed the i,,i | thal it musi be i bown th.*t Baker io<-.k <'... a Btovi i to Ti ia foi ? amm< rctal purpoee b* fore the |urj eouM i Bal Ii I him of relatlna tbe Mann ia^ Baker pleaded puilt) yeeterday. Judge Pollock asked if tbe plea waa baaed on the Interpretatien of thi Mann IflflJ Ib the Diggfl ..*'-? In i * i n t ? ?**???* Bakei al lorne) anewered thal II wa." Judge Pol? lock then aald the Mann a-1 applled onl t.,::,, rdal feature ef the Irtt* i tati triii4.|.f>rt.iii*.ii .'i woanen and auggi ied ti,. piee b* . hanged to nr>t guiltj "lt WB8 not the aim of Congreea t., pre ronl the r< raoaal ? Bcapadi ? <d any raan," sald Jtldgl Pollock 2,073,697 IN A. F. OF L. Orgamzation Gains 210,017 Mcmbcrs il Eleven Months. n/aehlagton, s*_i't H Th-- executlvel eeuneil of the Amerlcan Poderatlen of lahoi begaa ith (uarterly meeting ben to-dai s..., ttai | Men laea ? n p"i I i"i the ? ? i. ?'. mantha ef the Baeal year eadodl Auguat ii ahowed thal lha rneaiborahip ,.f aflillated organhaitioBa ln Aeguat la l aai 44.078,567, agalaal l-MMM far August laat j aai b L..IHI "i l8Mfl .\ tutai of IM cbartera t*? uai4Mia ?irc banied ftou. October l. Ittt le Auguat 31 laat eeeapared with M for the bbbm p. , io<i ol th. iireieding tla*al year. | PICETON GEIS tenllnued from f)r**t pa*e. the iray vaulUng a four-foot fanca with the ngility of an athlete The Preaident'a men?** for faccs was Uluatrated in a curioue way. in a pr.iup of Btudenta who po*st.?J he si>ied nn,. Wh<-.dded, hut paaaad tnodaatly onward "Hello, Jack WesUott." said the Preetdent, aa he stepned fnrward and gieet.d the baahful young man. "When I aaw him last." explained Mr. WUaOfl aft'Pvar.l to Ma COtnPflfl ions. "he -va.** but a small boy." Young tVeecott i? tha aon of one of th? piufaaBora, Hefor.- leerinc the cajnpog the Prc-i dent .suddenly pullad a red plBCB of peatehoard from hi?* pochet MMy, thla looks famlllar," ho aald, "1 wonder what It i?.'" \n,i ii wa famlllar, ttm, f<<r it en* tltled the bearer to an unllmited num her >.f free "ahlnea" ??' the unireraity hoothlatk. Juat boW lt fOt into his DOCkai ih< 1'i.ndcnt dldfl'l know. Pflr haps aoene freehman could tell, boar ei tr, After hia trip through tnr> CflflkPtM the Preeldent motored to the hotne or Mr?. Richetta, who, althflugh elghty* Mx yeara old, he bellevea to be one tt th- tfloai Intellectual arotnen be h? fvir met she v.as ?< nejttdoor neigh bor in Cleveland Lane. Ha alao Itad hia old home. which baa been un OCCUpied :-in' <? he left here nnd theii rnotor-d to the new Poat-Oraduate t'oiiege. for a haaty '""k. After ?<? rn,e to Laarrencevllle the Preetdenl re turned to the apartment of ProfeBBOf ASBOn nnrl rosted untll traln time. H left here for Washington shortly after 4 o'elork Betietaiy Oarrlaon, United Btetee Benator Efughea and Joaepb P. Iu* multy, tho Preaident'a Beeretary, ao companled him from Wflahlngton. They left him .*t Princeton Junctlon ,-,nd went t.. tl - ir homefl to rote. The S,. r.t.,:; .,f War Bfld Mr. Tumilty met the Presldent at Princeton Junc? tlon on ih*' return trip and weat bach to vVaehington wlth hhm. TILDEN HEIRS ASK CHANGE 1 Action Begun to Have G. W. Smith Rcplaced. Iei trai of the beln ?<( s.ni.ue'. j. Tiiden poc ni an actlon In 'he ?u>reme ? ? ? . u Bmlth remeved ' ?? . . ?? -i t" aubetltute c Tvi, ? ln hli plece. 1 ? idy t.iker. In 1 ? ?? M ' ' in ? o ? ? ?? ? ? that a .- . ? I.' a i \ >' '. , d* Iph, the other BX4 f,r ? The belra whe are Anna Ofl la One, <.r the tomplalntfl egalnet Bmlth i** i.. haa ralled ta *??.-,. arlth Ran ... tio ? ? i : eaecatoB lo tah the j ice left Ta mt by the ?\w^ ? ?. , n a:.d Jlp -,.. i ,, .j ,l ln De* ? nih' r. IM1 Tiie ,.- \p t< I the imtne di?te appolntment ef an -\<-r .t.>r b* - . . ? - a of the I Bmlth ii;,( rr.ve thi Ud ? . ing of t:.c monu* m* :.t Of Mr TlldOB .-> teattfled l an II Vorhe* a to tiii the lefl by Mr. noth lag but oaject I i and i that be > Ig* .... . ? ? ? .?. ? p Bnj der *.r Bmlth M Ko aald I r and . , ? , t them ?a' t e r,.;, r : |. i lonfl who broke the will ef Mr. Tltden, and that the other bad bo bttereal ln the affHi-- of Ut NEW B._& JL RECORD ? August Earnings Largcst IU Road's History. 'ihe Baltlmore & Ohlo gr* . fo, August, pflbhshed yeaterda;. h!"; ? aii prevloufl raonthly record? >.f thal corn ,,;,,,? Th* tol .1 W6 B),44 :"*' and th? an im reaa* ol 18834 ?? $im.,"..," reapectlvely, ai.npared with tugual ol lael ..*:? r-i maintenanee of \<., ? .<?,.! rtrui t ire tha outUj a i 11,314,401 a decreaei ol 111,884, and nn malnti i... ? of eqi Ipmi nt tl.ttTJOO h .*? -1 ? ? ..|..'. for Auguel were W.81&BM, an increaai af I r* M4 The two-month perlod (Julj and Au I ? koa i an Incr* aae of r I8U 118,281,864, a?i . on pared aith I i id an ln< i ? of i4M.?:. ni net Tlu effi eta ol the ?prlng Bood Btill ? hoa in the Itnanetai' atatlatii . but repalra at" aapraachlng completlon and the treaaury drain ia neerlj . >v bi MAY GAMBLE IN PANAMA Lid Will Be Ra.4scd When Canal Is Flooded. Panama, Bept, J-; *A pereiatent rumor la m etrculatioa here that gamhltag will again be permltted ln tbe cttte* of Pan I aira aild ' "l"ii after OctOBer 10. W'lien I gam* of chance arere Buppreaoed ln clttoB by tbe Panama government at the urgenl raqueat >.i the canal au tboritlei i yeai oi b.**-?". it ?? is tacil agn d tiut thi prohlbltlon bould remaln In effect until the completlon of tlu. oonatructlon of the canaL it la ua i tiut the Panama authoritlefl con tlu. the Mowlng up "t tn. Oamboa *iik.- ..n * n tober \'< ?* practlcallj/ termlnat inp the canal work, and therefere thelr obligatlons. The paaama la ? i im.st gambltng re huiteii ia a dlettncl monetary tawa i" the two cttiea bj retnoatrig tiie InduceatentI i'>r canal emptoyee to vtoll them for the i,',r(.r, . af play. QembHag In th.> Canal /...n. Ii prohlblted. DOMINICAN PORTS CLOStD. Baate Poniina". B* pl .'?' The revolutlon ha** been Umttad to Puerto Plata, Meea and Baawna Bay In the northarn i>art af the repuhHc. AB other i.art.s *>f the ooua ti i are iep.,rte.j to be aatet The toreign r? -l.i. ni ara la no danger, oonduotlni their rarioua huaineaafla aad travelllng] wlthoul faar ef t??-ii*^ moleeted. The. bleekade however, eont^nuefl at Puerto] riata and gomant Ba ', TY COBB CAUSES REFORM Outsiders Barred from Vaults of National Bank Notes Waahlngton. Sept. 28. -The freedom of the Treasury Dopartment aocord?d Ty" C'obb. the Detroit .-entre flehler, on a slghtseelng tour a few daya aj;o, reaulted in the lssuance of an ironclad ord'r to-day by TheBBBUl P. Kane. act ing COBtTOllar of the Currency. forbld dlng tlie ontrance of any outalder to any of the VBOlta rontaining national bank notea. Th.> Treasury la fMled with baaeball "fann." and when tho Pefroit ata.\ rallfd BO was usheied into the egall rontaining national bBnk notea. and be? lng a dire.-tor of a Lavonia, Ga., bank, was permitted to write his nam** along the mnrgin of a fiheet of notea. When he heard "f this fontrolkr Kanfl was atarfJed, berause an lmr.it morial rule of tho Treasury Depart mr-nt liad been brok'-n. TUBES MADE'lN NEW WAY Machine Orinds Them Out Four Feet a Minute. B] 1 tlegrapli te Tbe Tribaae.] Detmlt, Bept 8. -Merahalr B Uoyd, of Menoinin*. . Uleh., haa mvantod a ms chlaa that turna out fini.*hed Bteol toblag at the rate of eboul four feel a minute. [nataad of tba rre^ent methed of draar* Ing tba tuhe from a BtOOl inKOt, the atl rolled and plaeed on a rc< I at the jr-.v of the maehlne. Is fed into H a* a ry|j ^ paper is fed into a pnnting prea*. u come* out at the other end round. w?l-a?i anioothed and pollslied, flnally heln*f7n? Into any dearfred lenirth ar.d dropprr) im' a v.rtitins; icceptaol* The tubtng ran he made any s;z? tni any thlokness. The Inventor ?ialms tha.i the coat Ir only one-tl,ird the coat ?'f th< preeenl praceeaaa TELEPHONE PROBE DELAY McReynolds Awaits Result of Ohicago Inquiry. (From The Tribun* Hureau ] WaahlBgtoa, Sf,pt. :.i - Complaiebj agalnal tbe AmerlMn Telepbone an<i Telegraph Company and requeata for ?c. tion tO stnash the so-ealled Rf.|; -r^ phone trust contlnue t" reach the Attvr. ney Oenoral aln'ost dally. bul h?. i1M. leaohed no decision aa to proaecatloa, Kfforts are beina; made to fnvestifata *, many of the protest* as poasttye, hut it (j belleved that tt will he nome time befor, an; defialte axtioa is taboa. .Mr. MeRevnolds ezpecta to ronfer a ? persons (nterested ln the complabg ^t the proposed purcliase of th* flltnois Tunnel Company by the Am?n. .an Telepbone ar.d Telegraph Cotnpaay, He ha..' practleally de, ided. however, t^ aarall the outoome of ihe inquiry by to* Chlcacro offleials as to the valldity of Ua branaBOtlon The Interatate Commerce (.'omi-jtaBaa probably adll make a volumlnoua report aithin the nexl two montha, coveiingtaa InveotJgatlon by Ita agents. The com ml'sion. however. has already rtferred * number of mattcrs regarding the triat to the Pepnrtment <>f Juatlca f<.r further Inveartlgation arlth reference to posaihie violation of the Bherman anti-truat law. Closing hours during September: 5 P. M. Daily; 12 o'clock noon on Saturdays .1 S. Altmatt Sc (tto* direct attention to a very ynusual exhib.t of Women's Paris Lingerte and Infants'artd Little Children's F5ne Hand-rnade Apparel how belng <d!5sjp3ayed 2n the new Frencli Rcom on the Second Floor, Th5s exhlh:" :?es a remarkabiie . ; .:3m of y garments, made of exquisitely aterials and representing tihe .seinxe oi skill in needlccrafte S. Altmmt $c (to* v.avc .-eceive:! ?.';:/?-:.' sr.:]:r::sr:*s :?* tr.c newest weaves arao tcxtures *rc Auturrm and VY3nter Dress Fabrlcs. ~":e foJ*o"A':r.g are es~c.v' Tiotewo r^hy: Cashmerfl velou s, ihe sv- ~'~ :: . of w>..! '? ?;;. ;?. "? z&?t:zz'.ki?.y aiaria'y.-c ta '."te drapec cffci (I now n voguc; Vclours ie .a:~s; Baby Lamb cloth; Diagc e. Casfom s t; P'a: and checkeO Broadc.oths: ar.*: rrer.ci Broad loths, icl are bs'mg extenslvely used for Autumr Gowras and Sults. JFifth Anrimr. 34t*j uiuV 35th irtrrrhi, -X'rin gorit. For k*/.* Feli. *TO(75? REPLENISHING Season => J?WIS&%NGER j Housefurnishing Warerooms C'ooking Utensils and Moulds of every description Tinc China, Larthcnwarc and Glass, Cutlcry Kitchcn and Laundi y Furnilurr, \louse-Clcamng Malenals, Brushes. Dusters, Carpei bwecper?, Vacuum Clrancr*, etc. \ Metal-lincd Refrigerators j ciass-lmed ( tlnameled ^teel-ltncd Sanitary, EfficHgnl jnd Economical kc Crcam Freezers, Water Coolers and liltcrs Best Qualdy Only 15th Street and 6th Avenue, New York "Open Air to Everywhere" This for the Kiddics. B |RILLIANT autumn aiternoon* tthti jroungatera might to be out ot doors. Put them Ofl a *bu<? a"'! 'et them ride by tbe j>ark. . Theyll come back with HttJ? faces gkrVing, little eyes brip:'-* ? Fifth Avenue And the t'aic aa you kaW** ? Cooch Company but 10c.