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The Tribune uses Its best endeavors to ln?ure the tr ist worthiness of every advertisement It prints and to avoid the publication of all advertisements contain? ing niibleadirg Statements or daims. The Hankers and the Administration. ill.? administration currency bill * ? ?ti 1? 1 muster only one rote In the Boatos convention of 2,-100 bunk? ere. That fad may well make the administration hesitate in it? plan t?. force Its bill through Um Ben* at??. It may pul Its tel upon th?* statin?' booka, but it cannot compel the luniks t.. comply with the law. They aro tree t" leave tiio national banking system an.i tak?*- ont siat?* charters, if they are strongly enough Impressed with the objections which they rai-?? egalnal the administration bill they will mi doubtedly do ?... as they said In tbelr convention, the administration cannot bring it.? uew banking and enrroncy system Into being without their <?"? operation, it is poasibla t" jam the bill through Congress, but it i? not po?slble to jam 11 through the bank??: i And the action "f th?> bankers Is all the mor*? im preealYe because it shows ? deeire t" co-operate. The cet vont ion ?lid not condemn tin* bill outright it accepted tin* principle of the bill, even the prin? cipia of pol?tica] control, t<> which tho greatest oh* jgctloo ha- generally been raised. All that the bankers ask i? that th*- bill be amended and amend? ed in n-? su.ii nay as M alt?*r it out of all semhlaiic?* to its preeenl form. Fundamentally the bill will remain JhSt what it la, even if all the bankers' re que-ts are conceded. There will be governm* nt regulation of banking If that is what the propo rents of the Glass Mil have in mind, f'?r even should the administration conaenl to change Its plan m as to Include three representatives of banks in th?? Federal Reserve Board th.? majority of thai board would >tiii be political, ?consisting of appointees "t the Tresident. Whatever Mr. Wilson and hi-? advisors aim nt in making the head of the nation'! banking system a political bully ?i.uld always be accomplished by ? bodj four of whose seven members were political appointees. The minority of bankers could only advise, guide and Influence the political majority. And there will certainly be need In a body having functions ??> Important, delicate and technical as the Federal Reserve Board will have ?.f that knowl? edge of banking thai only bankers have. The attitude of the bankers is so reasonable, so moderate and SO universal among a body of men whose conaenl i? necessary t?? the administration Mil's eucceaa that it should cause a reconsideration in Washington. At most it will only cos? delay to compromise th*? differences between th?? hankers and the administration. And agreement between the two will Insure a programme thai will work, it will nut profit Mr \\ laon to enact a law that will never be carried Into full effect, no matter how much of a "record" is made In passing it. Forbidden Plumage. There will be seant sympathy fof any Incoming American women Who attempt t?> fed nutra trod by the, rade provisions of the new tariff law prohibiting 'he importation <?f aigrettes. Secretary McAdoo Intends to enforce the law with "the least Inconvenience to travellers." Bui :he prohibition is Bat and then? is nothing for the trastorna oaaesta to ?io but seise prohibited plumage whether worn i?n a hnt ?>r brought ashore in any other fashion. Notices are being sent out by the steamship oompanlee, and returning travellers will bave adequate training. Kvery belated reform hurts some feelings Bnt the present humane law only lays flown B rule which every thoughtful wmiian will I-e ready and glad t?> follow. Verdi. One hundred years ago today there was horn in the little tillage of Ronc?le the man who, of all Italians since the groat men of the Rmallttsntfi. baa ?tread the art spirit of hi? race throughout the ciribzed world. Opera is the art par etcellenct ?.f modern Italy, and "f that art Giuseppe Verdi is his nations high pri??st. The girt (.f melody, bo long practically the s??le refreshment of a people rent by patty ?mus and opprcaaiona, waa Verdl'a in truly divine abundance; and this ?.rift, combined with a rare feeling f??r the theatre, peculiarly fitted the composer for the position he oecupiea in the heart? ?.f in.? countrymen. But it Ik u?'t onlj as a composer that Verdi is haib-xl in the various festivals being held this week throughout the world; it is als?, as the exanipl.? of I RR\R Who matured but never grew old, who at eighty it? bis "i'a?.?tait ' was a? fuiiy abreast of 111? time hs he waa al twenty-sai with his "Oberto." In 1839 \fit\\ ?.reduced his tirst opera. Between that year and lS'.U he gave forth a Continual * cession of trorfca, each one marking a slight artistic advance upon ii> predecessor, until with his "Otello" of 1887 and his "I'lilstatT" ?'f 1898 h< reached hi? consummate masterplecea, His first works wen la the old Italian style; Bellini was hamming geutlj In his <-ar. Than la the early 50*s eaaae "Rlgolstto,*1 '"Trovntoro'' and Travlata.' The old arias were still there, but there was at least a hint of the musicdnnna that the young IVagner waa preaching In Germany. Foe any or? ?Unary genius it would hav?? been enough tO go on repeating the ?>ld forma, but Verdi wa> ol other ?-lay. ii?. produced 'Aida." and the world gaaped with wonder and delight at the roluptuou* glorien ?if tiie uiuh???. "Aida ' wa? written f??r the opening of the Suez ('anal, and to the Italia! tl)?' music work must have st-enied as revolutionary a? was the work ?if the French engineer, Then follow???! a period <?f operatic rest, and JttSl as the world was HagHmlng to think the old man H?Tlhfied came "Otello." ;is truly S music-drama ai any of Wagner's, and "Knlstaff." ?vith the "Meister singer" the supreme type of comic apara. The Italian bad leaned hi*- leasoa from the German, but he had treated a new manner, a luanner Which thront clashed with tho Italian -???r?! i i ti-- snd yet which iii'..?iii?p.l two operss as Bhsk-espearlan in spirit ?is if their snthor bad spent ins lif?- in lbs meadows >.f Btratford-on?Avoa The MUM J*?tt ?*SW 'I"' i'ir'liv O? Iti?-fisat-? 1 ?WS| ner and (Jluaeppe ?s^rdl To Mtii y'iuth -.va*, but UM overture to tho ffttl opera Of his lifP, and In lbs osse .?f each i?"?' laoi act trgi tho boot. The Vanishing Dope. About tho igst restige o? export hBlisplittliig ?*?vor tbo world's serlos bos gone e-gllmmering. Y?seter? ?lay Mr. Mscfc senl OBO O? hit IBB", croon jrOBngSten Into n," box, with the bleachers yammering for ala blood And Mr. McOrts ronnoentlj trotted to Um croat Tesreau, ?whose r-pltbsll was supposed to bold i ??-on liar terrors for the Athletic*. The score sbou i have been about I to '.' In favor ?>f tho Qlsnta. InstcBd of which, ???idly enrnigh, it turno?! .??it Just the oUier way abont Tho heavy artillery of the Athlbti? unlltnbered again snd tho iB?ond of the Giants' crack pitchers tani i rade fute. Ami the crippled Glanti found young Mr Bush h hopeless puxsle Thus the series settles down hit?? i fine froc-fnr all race, with the onet|.!???! practteally certain t?> happen. The ?riants sre badlj handicapped through iiccidonts. Bul whai ?i???'s thai matter so i??nc bs .Matty. the complete baseball team, iiu>s and Hour labes '. Too Delicate for the Football Field? Tin? superintendent of the United States Military Aoademj and the surgeon general of tho navy hare r*ome out flatfoot?sd sgsinst football Tlioy oppose the continuance of the game al West Point and Annapolis on purely utilitarian grounds. Moro injuries ?result, thej say, than can be compensated for by gains In physical training, it is easier, they argue, t.. keep future general* and admirals whole o? limb and ?sound of wind by taking them ont of tin? football line-up. Therefore, away with tho elu? sive, sprain and strain in\ Iting i ? i tr ?- k i 11 '. No on<? has ever commended football as a sport for th??se who want t?> run 00 physical risks. The /ost I of the game la In r 11 * - Intensity of the encounter between athletes trained to hard usage. In m?>??t of th?? universities the dlsdpllne ??f football Is i?ut above the chance of disabling sceidents, Would the superintendent of West Point hsTo the public be llsre that young men training for i profession r?f exceptional hazard like the army must be handled with softer glores than the storage college under? graduate beaded toward the sluggish pursuits of peace 1 Would Wwi Polnl end Annspolis like t?? set up a distinction botween themselres and tho ? greal body of non-mllitar* InstitBUoas of [?earning by turning ?.nt soMlers and sailors t>." dellcste tot tlio rigors of tli<? footbsll field? Repeal It! The disadvantages of hasty legislation in confer* once committee s re Illustrated in the mix np over the meaning ??f the 5 per cfenl rebate clause slipped into the i nderwood tariff hill .?t the last moment. The House of RepresentatlT?es prorliSed tiiar s re? bate of.". per ??-nt should be given on duUes on ? wdi imported In American l t.;]t and os*ned ressel?. That v??uid nave nullified all the mosl favored nation treaties which the United Mates baa with otbei maritime powers, The ll?nate struck oui the House paragraph .is balf-bak ?' and meddlesome legislation. I Hut it reappeared in the conference reiiorl *?> modi bed thai no one can make besd or IsU oui of it. ! ? ii<?\\?-ver i' Is Interpreted 11 will make trouble, 'since ii either compel? the I nited mates to -rant i I similar ."> per cent rebate on duties on goods brought 'in In the ships .?f nations with which we bare com mercial treaties. t?hereby causing a beavj lo ' revenue ?m?j giving American vessel! no advi or it allows 111+- rebate onlj in tho case of nations with which we have no troaUes, giving those nation* an advantage In selling goods bets n.?t enjoyed bj the treaty nations. Either resull would be unfori una"-, 'i be ni??-; sensible thing for ( ? to do ! would be i?? pass a resolution repealing the rebate provision, and we are glad to ?see thai Presiden! Wilson is read] to urge such acl Ion. ._ No I nion Pacific "Melon." The Union Pacific Railrosd bas wiselj refrained from "cutting a melon." Humors tli.it it B'OUld declare an extra cash dividend out of lbs proceeds of the recenl sale of Southern Pacific stock barn been freely circulated bj Wall Street simulators, and Umso rumoni pul the pries of Union Pacific stock ui? rapldl* for .1 time. The public wondered whether some legerdemain of "high finan?**?" arael going to be *iu!ied off, and was prepared t.. be leve thai a distribution might be ordered win? h would iscriflce the permanent welfare of the property i<? 11?- eagerness of some stockholders t.? realise on cash assois. it is gratifying to learn from Um stateroom ?s sued yesterday by the bosrd of ?i rectors that "noao of the various plans which bave thus far been ? ??" sldored and discussed have contemplsted any di visi"n of surplus, either .:i cash or securiUes, which in Its resull would have Increased the present yield of the stock." The Union Pacific Issued converti? ble bonds in order t?? raise money with win. h to imrchsso the stocks It no? Isolds or has Just turned ;ni" ?a-.li. it made monej on Koutbern i'actflc, but II bas losl money on Bsltlmore ?\. Ohio snd Illinois! central. Why distribute tin? profit on .?ne invest n ?fil t while Ignoring the loss on other Investment.*.1 This is not a ?*ood t i m?- for "melon cutting." The Union I'actflc system will be far Granger if tho, directors continue the sensible policy of not boost? lag the presero 10 per cent return on the stock. Mexico's Tragic Campaign. The Mexican campaign preliminar?, to the Presi? dential election is marked, at least la the north,! with tragic vioii-ii?.? which may wei: ?aus,. sppt*e?l heiision ..? ?lis. redit t?. the resull of th.? balloting, j The f?deral army i- obviously pushing things in ' order to ?suppress, If possible, all organised oppo sition before the date of the election, while the Insurgents are holding oui stubbornly and taking the aggressive whenever thej ran. so a- t.. keep ni? a showing until thai same date. Th?- federal capture of tin? revolution?r? capital was undoubtedly an Important str..k,-. Momenta? rily ?t gsve prospeei of the general re-estabUsbmeni \ of federal authoritj In the northern states, But at ! almost the san;?, time the Insurgents captured two or three other places and laflir*ted beavj losae upon th?? nan..nil army, Nos there r?tenes the ghastly news that ? prominent federal general and bk staff j and soldiers to the numb?'!- of 123 hiiv?? been put t?? death by the revolutionists <?n what ground this appalling trsgsdj has i.i ??oromltted floes not ??-: appear, it w\\\ require strong facts t?> ampill the pei*petrators of it ??f cul? pability for I gross violation of the laws O? war MORALITY y*x. ^frZ***"'' -/3*- otje+^sttas. /t*f% eoxMff-r* ROAHT) OF EDUCATION You m.iv m.irrv. but von must not have children. There if?, of course, ?langer of reprisals by the fed? erals and of the maintenance ol a state of affairs In the northern states which will make anything like a fair election there impossible. They ?Ail! hs?<? to And a n<*w name fOT the bush i? ngues. Civic courtesy i? bring handsomely Illustrated \?h?n the teams In the world's series r.?'h lo ? gal* [ lantl) "n their oura grounds THE TALK OF TUP; DAY. The ? - - - nld son ?>f n Prit-sh artlsl nos i I? rifnf in Washington Bquan ? on a rlth his mother, a h? n I iw .? his age, on th? si '?< s elk. hap, ?h?, has been in thi?? country i*?**a ? m? nth, turnr.i to m?, mother >?-id said ? thii ? '? '?.":? loni twill I g< ? Lia- k. ti "No I: Afti mei '-l i pi . ? ? ? ? .- ii makes them l I 'in.-. . ? \ ? llou gul," who ?-.ill flinn? r-- for mil? nround ; ? red ipon th' ?cene and Dinah's mi.-tr. . ? i great Int? real n th? man .1 Issl tin- mistress i-ould stand h?*r ?nd ssked. ? Dinah, do ou knot th* neu hutler?" ? '?? look -n nil ng ? l ? . .i I dunns Miss Alice; mit I ?hink he was es, of Cul When th? son ol th<? oaekurai of Bsrods w-n.? a ? rd amoni tic- courses which ht n his Ural > ?-.? r eras i? serlee ofelab? orator? experiment! la ?Paw poker His fellow ? id little regard for ins r.mk or ?>,-?. ? and a large*portion <.f the revenue <'t Barods eras diverted Ini m channels ai th?*- end "f a month ths princeling cabled back t.. in- father In India: "Musi have larg. r allowance Th* . i Ins up " Do ? ? . expect to trade In > our old car for s now ons next sprit.. i ?-im think i would, bul I've given up ths Ides " "Wl. ' M ? boj an?l several of his sophomor*? frtc-nrl- t..ok ;? out this morning' ?Chicago Record Herald a i.ut little man in ?me of th" oik Bastera uni* ?..rnltlcs remained only an Instructor, although, iik?- Kipling's Mulvaney, he had "seen the reg*menl change oui from colonel to drummer hoy. not a*anst or twice, bul ?acores "f times"! His lach ><t a..? (I-ml- ran!, was B BOW point wi'h him One day ? careless of college titles, handed him a' letter, remarking "Mere's ??.me mail for you. pro Tli. little man drew himself up till he Btood full ?*? f' el l itM'h ?nd anawesnd: "Sir, dancing n . lei riding Instructors and fencing teachers are ?alie?! 'professor'; gentlemen are called 'Mr'" "What at. you going to call the new baby?" "Reginald ''latido." replied Mr Bllgglna "Isn't lt'?:lnnld Claude1 ? rather affected numoT" ' V? ?. 1 wurif him to grOW up 10 OS B fighter, and 1 fancy that 'Reginald ?-'l?uUe' will Start sum.-thing time he goes to a now school." Washington Star. in tin* day of giant printtnK preeeea it is int??r estlng to kno-.v that almort \?lthln sound of the great machines of Park now is the smatlesi print itiC press In the world Not only that, but the print? Ing setablishmenl occupies th?- smallesi ofltee uuiid InS in the ?'orld Retwcen t\v<? skys? i ?, pern, in I?*_l ton street, near the RudSOO Terminal Building, is a space Just thirly-four In? hes In width and nix tern f. ??! In depth Within this ?pace ar.? the store and printing plant Then? in a door Sixteen Inches wide and a ?ho?? window of the same width. Th. pro? prietor paya hm landlord |800 e ysar rental We nre told thit BvS was made from Adam's rlh. 1. it BOOM "f n? ha\e an IdSS th?t Adam really lost in.? backbone. Philadelphie Record. Among hi.? other extraordinary Ktftn <?.?-?. ar Ham? met t. n possssaes lbs xift of repartee, a numi?er of neurapaper nien WON interview in* him last week ?is t.. th? progresa of his new opera hoime and on?? Of them had the temerity to sneerM that It would j n-.t be finl-h.d in time for a November opening Mr. Rammersteln insisted mat it would. "Well .Mr. Hammerateia," said the newspaper man. "sup? ?i the night of your opening the paint l.s not nry on your s?-ais and the critics .-?it <i"wn In them. ? What Will you do'.'" QtttCk as a flash ?ame the impresario's answer. "Do?" he said, "I'll have them all thrown Into Jail for taking away something that doesn't beKmg to them'' "This i* what I tall m" perpetual shopping ticket " "Why do y?.ii . all it that?" ?oh. it's something I take along when I hav* rfo money t" "-pend. It's a sample of goods that no J^ody in town can match."?Washington Herald. THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN ABP?6S;te.">r TO SUCCEED MR. HARRISON Why Republican! Should Bow Down Before One Dr. Cox. To th? Editor ?if TI '? Tril I | | ; . . . , sue Inform?-*! your r- I II Dr John w i . . ?- ? ? ? Sorts , to get the Repul .It. ' i nd In ceeen to Mi Harriaon, ? 0 Oenersl of tl PI Th? !'"? Ilcsns t : ? set effort ol imool , ? ~-. tallj snd ot?i tally tamp ol . ' ' ...-?: d oIRe? sf Ml I I 1 ? ! 1 -??.-;?? ? ??i th? PI ? ? ? ? ? ? | effort ? .Mi. The R>| v he? Ini t ol ... j ? ? i '? wlthdrsw .. ?: they hope t DAILY READER New Yorl FORBIDDEN PLUMAGE i A Wcrning to Tr?ivcllcrs Returning from Abroad. ? ? ? of Th? Ti i ta mai ' ? ? intry i i?" ?? ??.nk thai when the; ret plead that II was bought here, . . ipoi ted :i ?.. : .i kind. to such travel!? : then* ? ? ' Iss make? on for fHH-h 1 Will rou Ines n? ..!?.. ng to their tlcl CL*8T( iM8 ? ii Ki i:i. Ne* Vo:k . let i, ' ULSTER AND HOME RULE The Province Is by No Means a Unit i Against the Step. To the Bdltoi of Ths Tribune. sir Boma people write ? ? II the Proslnee ?if i ;m. i wai ? unit In ..i??>" it..m ... Home It'll.? for Ireland. "Q, \\ B." teilt? n? in Ths Tribuns ti??t "Mr, DevUn, H hOM i " .?1 SUthOI a ' ::. [re] ii'.'i Is p? i (rest? ; than M i El? dm?**nd a .... .... otad as i H?*m*m Rulei from \v?-.-t Belfast; tin.- provea that even tiMt Tor) stronghold i not a unit Recentlj Dei Un, an orator well known in Ses York and special!) beloved b* [belaboring in Irelsi i sal i 'if the wh? ?? Bril army and pollea sre withdrawn from L'lster t..-nH?rro'A th?i?. la enough cour? es*, .uni gril and devotion to liberty among ?those whom I represent to make Bli ?3dward ? 'ai eon f< > I thai ? b u a si hs ?i rerj ?dangerous adventure for say one le engage In, and that 11 la noi tl who Kliff mosl who oome beat .".t th* at?ht." 'in. atstlati? i i. ? ? ntl published In Ths Tribuna altos the sbnormsl s mount "t , ' .ii whiskey eonaumed b) Carson's Mouton ?n Belfsst Bui getting trunk I habituait) Is not th?-- only offeni-e of these valiant wsrriora The Res. .)??hii | CstVin, a nilniftn of lbs John White Memorial Congregational Church, Ten nent ftr?-it. \\'.....i\,ii. Road, Belfast, on Bunds) evening, September 14, before a crowded sudtenc? (smottg which were two British members <>f Psrilstnent), tte nounesd the entrsges of tho Brifa.st Tori?M perpetrated on hiin??'-if iui?i hi? peepls becsusa be Is h Homo Kuier. "N.. man or w?*?tnan can come t?. tins church." asid ha "srlthoul ?being brow? beaten .'?ml Insulted, snd ehinlren coming her?* t.. Bunds) aehool sre Intlmldstsd." Th.s th.- Belies! Tory's Mea of chris tianit. is t?. persseats sven his Protestsnt brother who will not j?>m m the antl? Home Ruts drunken dsnes for which th? jingla of Csrson'i Tory Rain...is iS thr appronrlate mush-. The He*? Mr Csl? vin Ih only BBS >>t Bisny ITlstSf I'r.'l ? - tants Who have ?vJtStSd for the same cause. The talk ahout the Kiiik'k int?-rferen?*e I la silly. There h.ivi? heen in the i>a?-t I I royal 'l^'irn-ps who were idi'its; but the present one Is ? sensible monarch. With all the troubles that England has with sufYraRettes Mild labor strikes? an?l the menace fron forsten nation?, the aov? ? (n Is '""t likel) to Interfere with lamentar) law. H?*- knows that t<? ? Ireland would I - to itfcht t* ftrt from one end of the Hritlsh Km plrs to ths other. Htul Knxland would not be able to quench It. it is ,i ? ippoee that the sensible ,i n. wl,.. bas ta?? Interests of his rn at heart would side with s small. I fanatic? bigoted faction fast an.i thus enable 11 l i diet .te . pokey for the erhole l'nltsd Kinsdoni st the overwhelming majority of bli sober mind? in >Jeots .:? ?BPH A Ri AI.!.I.*-T1-.K. Si w York, i '? t I THE ITALIAN LEAGUE The Eriucational Lectures for Parent? Are Described. To th? ? Tl ? Tril ene. Ths Italian Educational League ?? ? ?? irlna Its programme of parents ? i eld m ?- uts ' r th?* .-i'-. The object of the league is to ride i'ompet known Italian ?ptakera to sddresa meetings of par? In ne * a large pfO i of Italian people, It aim?? to co? tte with the school authorities in . ? . t? .?f Italian children on tact with, and to a better .'.nal fa.-ilitleg ? .--il bj the ,!f\ Principals "f schools srho would appre? ciate Italian speakers In sympathy with our educational system and our ?*lvle In :.? ?rould ?i.? well to communicate with the undersigned, arbo will make suit? abli . . s? enta a i PUQLIEBE, Secretary, p b M Manhattan, No Hg Brooms itr? st Wow fork, i >d i, I PAYNE AND THE NEW TARIFF A Reader Tries to Reconcile His S dements Thereon. re the Editor "f m ? Tribuna Sil Kindl) permit me to call your at tention to one .?.??p.-. i ?..f the tariff discus? ?a hi. h you have evident!) overlooked ommentlns on Mr Payne's remarks on ths results of the reductions in th*. proposed L'nderwood bin. fou say: "la one part of his remarks lid that American commerce and In dustr) w?>uid suffsr -i disastrous setback under ths new a-.?, ind in the other he declared that 'all the small reduction!? in tariff would i>e absorbed at the whaii Snd would nev.r reees the consumer,' and seem to think that both propio I? ? annot come true. Tim completa aentenoe In Mr. Payne's speech regarding the abeprbtns ot the difference In prices is New i.-t me ten you something I am not a pr?>phet or the sai ?if a prophet, ivit does It not look reasonable that all the?-,.? little reductions you mak?? m the tariff win be absorbed at the wharves m Neu v..rk l> the Im? porters and sellers 00 the uther bide be? t?r.- the goodi even gel to the whole? saler?, and if there is n smlthereen left the erhol seal sr eill ???iibie it opr* There Srs thousands of In.li,?-tries af tscted bi our tariff '..??vs ataaj more than are mentioned specifically In the taiitf i.ill, a? man? Imports are assessed according t<> the "not otherwise enum?? rated" or baakel clauses of the tariff It 's therefore ImpoSStMs for any one to anticipate th.? exact results Of the in? dustria! conditions ol the many, nsany in? duetries Which srtll be affected by tue propooed changes A feu aspects, how? ever, any of us can feresse, and if >..u will allow me to call >our attention to two condition?? you will no doubt see that Mr Payne 'an be correct in both of hit* ? prophecies. Taha, for Instance, a clans of goods Which are hardly made in this count iy.' but are chiefly imported from abroad, | *uch a-? high class w<>. liens. Worsteds and linens (?rant that the busy ? ?.ndltlon of the European nn'-is will sven be? oms more Crowded than at present, will ) ou not I ConeedS that the producer abroad will be able t.. advance his prices and n?t ad vantaKe of most, if not all, of the reduc? tions in the tariffs Take another Instance, where the pres? ent tariff has barely protected an indus? try, which now, due to the lowerln/r of the tariff, will have to ?hut down entirely. iicr? you ?an see that the entire labor? ing force will suffer severely and be out t of work *>r ?.r-:r<- work nt ISM rem*J | n?arativ*a wage*. I believe tho above is due to Mr Payn? land ask you to kindly publish tl-- BUB) Kew York. ?Vt. I, IfU. J, I. ft THE "RUEL NOSE BAG A Reader Urges Tin Pails for Horses. To the Editor of Th?- Tril une. Bii N'earl) all tlM draft boresi of thla - It) ai to t--.l at n?x>n from that mon ?trou al. bag." It !?? ?lifflriilt to underrrtsn i boras ownei can \ ermlt tho I *. -. .t ???lit: Ivai in Boston, when the driven ? ,-i- (he os n. ? i of horses tan. i eonal Int? real m th* Ir tesn - . la done slmoel ? ntir?i-. ? structed tin r-?ii-. aIth sid? allowing smple r???m tor ? free breathing, a Ith pl< nt] of i - : the feed The um of the "nose v?r* j is the rean<Msem ef a j he stopped, snd stop;-. . [ About ail the .'?m?.**?? a work : La tu Ita i , : .: Hg *a Uea ..rT-i.-.i here n-.v? t.i ? - eeaj ; pstlei ? ? ? ? such .is t maki ? nur: I who i i da- t hen they -hail bsvti , this (rr. at -Ity Into S land j ms) at >ast te-,i eomferta j their r II of Cl? Sit WStl w W. Hi i Kes v..rk. Oec I WOMEN AND WAR They Are Vitally Concerned in It Urges a Suffragist To the Bdltor of The Tribune Sir: Having Just :? ad Mies All? a Bdltfl Abell, whlc! that women shtsuld not i I teteu toi ths i ??? son thai :t woul I i of the citlsens s ho .1?? nol power 10 f'T? e the oth? Into battle, may i be pen . ..t;"n to one email i ' nhk ehe has evidently overlook? I ? We ma w? s hi I others <rho sre rapidly <*om : - over a 1 these who bettsve In ?- ? ? isal. | A? it ..- now. half the citll na are h I power t?? fores a ?man [tercentsgs. etto sre Mih.i? ?-t to militan- duty, Inte fcstls i ait**) all *i. rttissna .nt?? tl . I a s t The mere stopping of bullets Ii not H i there is to WSf Bsoiebod] I U to p*)' the m.?n for stoppln? ?ballets I' ?- '"'" I espensss B?**mebod) m i standing arm) sad nsv) to b< war Bonrtebod) has !?? psi ?? si..n grsbbers |lt&<)C*kO90 ? ?? ? ft) :r-:> after a war During a war the SSSUI who stay at home "In aSfet] 'tutf?M 'l??1'' as much as those who at?.?; wife with the ehUdtrsn t?. ?support ??'?? husband to worry about hi- SSBSJ ?"' lerest In ths mstter The wldo? wh** nd gsve his life for h M'iin*? concern, yet she has no I 0 * l me tier As it is proposed, every dusse ret) bsvs a ?/else ??? that whleh ? i lUsen Whlc ?? it rlghl ' As ?t is now. half o! the th.? power t?> prevent the ..th. i having a vol. e in ?ail gov? ?. ? th?- i-hou* of a msyor for lha a which has nothing to do wtl is tyranny an.i oewardlce. Bvs ' fortty ass no right to se* tl shall not he sHoS*sd 10 ?rota QKOltt**- M. KERB? ?Wgi New Vork. ??ct. X m%. rot VISITOR3 TO THE PANAMA CANAL From The Engineering Reeord - Panama ?anal visitors is ?? "''?'. S and the first half of'l?l3 totalled *?** Of thes,- 12.31?; ?ame in 1910. U.TM m *** ttMt in HU and IMS! In th- n**1 ** months of Ml, indicating a grestSf r4_ of Ineresss during the uns real tons w In an) other period. DOES BASEBALL SLANG COUNT' From The ?'hristlan Science Monitor The statistician has now redm''*4 ? computation of l-.iiKl.ah lanKua?e ??"O*1 to th?- point where he v.-ntur. s to Uk that four now words are lntrodu? ?*<1 '?*"" day. Man) People WOI n<> ?loubt ***j that one nears more than that daily. an average.