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National Politics and Poli
AND GERMAN READERS
An lp to?Datc Story of "The
System."* b> (ieor^e R. Chester
' SECOND NOTICE.
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gl ] api on, "Mr.
' . Behls thi
i upon by Mr Harn
tolla ox? option "The
with thii ? sntioaed a
? h y
i two m -tak- -
,urT'!^ ' autl age amend
Bi?nt to i titutloi since it Is ths
,,a,,. ? . e and control theli
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. natter of 1 nmigra
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ma ti at ? hrls
i,ar >- la > from < Ihrti ?
the Question, "t'a - and Pro
ft* . ? believes that crow?
ing oo ^s ,,f President
If v ?. prepare the
-jroun'i on which | -.i'Uis ?-.-ill
TOe?t Bi n ? Its Writing of science and
aval Burro Kbe draws upon
>o:H. Tyndall a I Bergson fer Illustre
?ticn> ? 'its out. should
? ? ? ? th facts, but Kivo
?hem ntelli I ?al value
? (butor of lifo,
its inspirer, it enlarges thi
?field of Hteratun alma srs unlit?
-far'- * ' n a Ittererj topic
bj v. <? Greene's "The ^-a
-tn? i ? ? ' The Greeks." I ?
luv- ofi ? ? mon d by ths
mi s In theii con
OJOUOni of its nature, regarded it in pen
"!"HE WORLD'S WORK.
' >? . orid a v. orb ' a!wa> s w<
,'p? 'a'" if lhat sound= too
o on Irish bull what we mean
- what it thinks it Is most I
? th The leadii.tr fi Stui
fMsreh then, la "A Nsw Leader and a
New Trual Pollcj an a--. ?
J lb ? r
mind ihi traditional ante-bellum Southern
Btstssr afr Henry Tv Clayton, ot
? ?? administration's ?
in the Houas of Reprssentatlees d
Uw discussion of tie aatl-truot bills, an
apostle of f:iv,.' ,t ,,, rotes of the
Oat Soith become n nominal leader In the
s* of Presidenl Wilson's propramme
?>f la^ e to end monopoly Everything
(h?f ?abaman Hr. Under
?Sed i^ Mr i'layton Isn't. The trust
proc ? writer sa vs. rpfle"ts the
I>en nforms all Its
BCttrltles, and ? '? ? ? -ars. onite pos
1 v . viifIs at all In
? ?'. .
Sherman 3 about It. the
Swn a It; bills which fon-.
Bf I and
1 non trust
? ??? Icred at leiiR'>.
editor'. '1- Kv art-:-, or, "3,|g| College
Students Humanizing Industry" tells how
sndergtaduate volunteer? teach English
in thlrtj lessons to foreigners whose
larr:?,*? th?"y cannot speak, and of
?th*' n American mechanics to
Uve t etica! knowledge that work?
er 1 to gel tl ?? prai tical ki owi?
ng? thsi workmen have "Conaervlag
ladlui ? Cancer," 'Drumming
pbaehrtl -a*y China," "Teaching the Pro
? at Harvard and ' To
I eperity Into Alaska. ae
Mhsi ? Italy's real estate venture
h Iba ' the subject of an
srl ? s "coot" of
trnxNCH mtPVBKC rnori.*TV
SPLITS have now
been placejj on the
market and should
be asked for at all
first-class Bars and
^JOpent Today, 2 P. M.
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, i hVsedwsy.
i Trip..titania, and h Illustrated I" many
! Interest Ing photogi aphi
The Mar. h "Booh iiiiii
I ? it opena naturall . e r.i? It
nhoiit the literary avenl >t the month, the
ore the public al th<
of the Lamben collection of the new
'i ? Brook.fi eld let ten I i editor
? ? the ... ho c ..it.m al h : gtl Hi 11
stern a it? ' vir? and ? al. >u:
Thackera ? . rapi thi
attitude" ot > vaaii n "thai has t.
. in regard to th.- latter?.' t hou
the whole letl
I not coi ? ich 'Intel l ? ?
at"-'.; thei i In their myaterloui
lake Pagett, M. P.. o the ver?
w ith .?ni" qualirh atlom. for "Pi el
M P w at h liar, and a ftueni
with . be a touiisi In Indhi
with i ". Aiie-, Mv. m the hist In?
stalment of a ti.r..
India " The writ, i ? In this
of thi '.. i ? 11 ; ???
? ;<> Bimla in t'.c reason, and then. .?
to Lahore. Ktm'l home, Which i^ also the
? idful Nicht DT Ml:
i ? ? deal n .th the b ?
land and the desert tn ? ? ? ?
Isabel Colbro oi Ths Ami
Oermany" proceeds from the Tauschnlta
edition to tranalatiom in Inexpensive ed -
tlons like the famous "Reclam Universal
j i.ibrai jr. I ? ? mei li an
writers repreaented In the Tauachnita edi?
tion, Mi- Atherton leada with eighteen
of h.-r novela ' Little lord Fauntli
arid "R?l. of Bunnybrooh Farm" are
the most populai books bj ami
women tri ? ?., ? tarn %v Blnci th<
days of "I'ri.d ? 'l'on; , i labln, :.
there it-- still a ateady demand
It la all 1 thi hov the
? ? ? .ore, in i ;, ,,? ??? Ran?
dolph Chi ? ? , "On th- Ml
ni ?he March "Everybody'i
"Nee .al distinguished gunmen"
sent on t.. "croak .-..me one", "panhand?
le?," "Sporl Pinsky, a heavy ".-weil".
Ho Man Highei 1 p, the Man Next to th ?
Man Efigbei Up, the Hotel Nabob, Kelly's
place, the .'. . . , eh,. . i ",. -i y. the
Bertillon loom and the young Iiistrx-t \i
torne ??;.? ,.t.,| earnestly to thi people
and ; - ,- of becoming Governor on?
US] ' The e is hit. to... hut s1 r II
derfuUy changed from the lady of .Myth?
ology and UlegO Ihre she Is a
Bhowy young woman who conducts tl
in the rnosl <!t?.,rnt oftlee manner The
action hinges Ipon flOO.OOO graft and the
aale of a railroad, li you Invent some?
thing sa ?? ?! arki ble, aa . a- the flying
?u.-. and if -. >.?? , annol at;
a pati nt law litigant, ;i i fl ultj you
will I .m "tntelli tual
industrial propert; " . :..i tl e damagi I
! f. done t<> Induati il progn
theme of William }[,, d . "fji t
Business." Th- writer urges thai we
? do for ir.v. ? ? , ? .. patenta "the mak
?" ? ? ?' ;tu-e,' the ret ? ? i
j thing we have ? Iwsy ratea and
Btuffa It Is all un with war at
ilng bort ai i he i da omfltui ? o
th. i v ???- " Conqui nee! that i<
? the snSWSl t" the peace problem Th. r.
are several ahorl atoriea more snd less
i "brisk entertaining exciting." a? the
.'. r. puta '1 'i'li.wn ano
1 Superclo-vn: In other words Montgomery
and Stone." is tie title ot p, <? Macfar
lane's character sket'h of popular i
people. LSSt, 1. ISt, i^ this 'pun
the "i ?best:, :t Tree" :
Nora was applying for a place h.- COOB
and when asked foi <\ ufereno
the to' owing:
"To whom it ma y coi en
"This is to i ? rUfj that Noi a Foil
worked for ua a week mid we are
! OF NASSAU JAIL
?.Man Accused by Woman Taken
After Funeral More Evl
Mine?la, I?onfr Island Mar.: fie
teetives Keogh and Dais reported to local
I'olic? Headquarters to-nlghl from Neu
ark. N J., that they had placed undi r
?? there William Clifford, a formai
,,. ? per in the Nassau County Jail wbo
was Indicted for ?ssa'.lt in tiie fi--t de?
gree nn Tuesda: with four others In con?
nection with |all orgies In which women
??<??>i went to Newark to atteiMJ
tunen Ife'fl uncle, and. when the
' ? . ?' was taken ?r.to
cusio'i i' lie walvi <vt edition he win
?? i rough! o. Mine?la in tha morning i
arraigned before Juatic? Benedict, of the
Supreme Court along with former u/ai
? eld s Boa ami former Keepei
Richard Miller, who were arrested on
r. ring that Clifford will tiprnt. Dtstrlcl ?
Attomej Lucius i Bn ilth t..-nmiit made
go before Justii e Benedici
? . morning and ask for requisition
Former Keepers Mile? linde? and John
i or ?, d have nol ! ? l bei n captured i ?on?
rad ? wife toid detectives to-daj thai her
and bad gon? to Pennaylvanla t.. buy
a farm and that he will return next week
and give hlmsi if um.
-. . pa were before Die grand
jun this afternoon The number Included
Peter McLaughlin and .lames McOuln
hotel proprietors, al whose pli es the
..re no- indicted men
bought them drinks Two bartenders
?,.. ere ?lso quel I loned
ll v.;- l?ame.i to-dS] that in addition
to tiie Meyers, Koster and Quinn won si
I .ens Newman, of Inwood, and Kl lea bet h
Thompson, oi Brooklyn, have made sfB?
SLEUTHS TRAP 3 BY RUSE
Pose as Expressmen to Make
Captures in Crate Thefts.
icing two lai pod to tl
,..,. ?; . i believed to contain the
. .... of i lothing snd furs stolen
the New- Haven tirm of Laiigl
K Raenlch Monda! i Ight, dete ttlva ? hi
r?ot?d two mes weterday. said to be old
offend. ? snd Bi sjamln Bloom, proprie?
tor of a cigar Btora si No. i' Beventl
street, all hsld for triai Monda
I,,, th burglai ' Hsven dot?
.,, ?nd thai Is o cai w had
?hipped to N< > York, i on rfgm d to Bloom
i th? good at the 0
tral snd toos aamplee ol theli
the robbed ato.??? r Identll d
,, -.i da the dctectlv?
t Bl? ??'"''
em. and f o otn<r men j
These two sn Ms*
The long-suffering Minot. oe'O o'
"Love Insurance," had onl/ solved the |
problem of yetting nd of the G.net/
(in I who was detei mined to (jet a lot
of blackmail out of Lord Harrowby,
than he was confronted with * new (inn
toe O-iety lady had told H.irrowby's
love letters to the unscrupulous editor
of .. San Marco paper, who asked ten |
thouesnd doli?ronte keep ?hem out of
print A% HsrrsVby didn't have sny
money. M was Minot s job to gupgrsM
th? blackmailer- ?whish he does, a? is
grSOhiCSlly shown in The Sunday M.-ii]
?./ire o? The Tnbun?. March 8.
WINE GROWERS TO
! FORM BIG BODY
More than $130,000,000
Represented in Plan
to Aid Trade.
BOARD TO SETTLE
Publicity Regarding Woes of
I'ast Is Deplored at Im
the f tion ot
' ? wl!i" growi ra ?.,-.
s than | ?- i rtl of
Ital ami it,, growers fn
the countr: . vas ti.ker, fit the Wal
' -behind.| .: - j, (te day afti i
? ? rlcan Wine On
?n, at Its tenth snnual mei
' sppotnted a "regulation board oi five
members to pn peni once ? ittli .
This board, aci ordini to Pa . Garrett,
a member ol the sssociation, would have
I the power to Bettle all disputes between
e differ rms of the aseoi I
,: ' I ??'?"?'- to maki h ot these firms
' obaerve l d down b; ?i
in case the (i< linquenl failed to ol
? these rules hla punishment would folloa
would be but rarel: ? ? i
added Mi Garrett, as die moral in?
i of the boai . great
: i,s to preclud ? the posaibilli .,f any
Arm atandiag out sg
Mr. Vanci s? reta of thi
ised ??? reveel the names of tbe men
| fti th- board bul Bdmlttod t!,;it it* forma
'. long time
"Ws Should nnr ?rash ou dlrtv linen in
public," declsred Mr, Gsrrett, and ac?
idise each ot,,.- to the dotrtmenl of th?
trade m general 11 any on- of ua has a
grievance agalnsl snother he por-' down
to Washington and air.s it before Con
' gross, with the result that ths peopi
come Busptdoua ot' us ail if v- must be
regulsted, i bi tter it should be by
" ?rs< i-, '?. t ion ? some fellows in v
Ington w ho d 'i. I know enj thing abo I
i the trade, and s ho a ? lai geh Infl
pite and malice
i suggest, therefoi i that we ,
; s board call i* en arbitration bos d
, v Inch shall l.'.;?,? ? ? ? l ? ni.er?
. and have powei to Bettle the disputes of
jibe association ir two tirm^ each of
. belongs to the organisation, quar
' rci about labels or price cutting, ot any
: thing else, let the board settle it if
| either of the m ?? hta ths ii'
hi can i',- broughi Into thi
the finding of the board would earn
enough wsighl to bring th- decision
"Such a boerd bei air-.".'i< nr-n
I planned broke in Mr. Nance, "gnd ?e
preparing to take action on it to
"Mi Idea Is to take Into the asoc
I all the members we can possibly ;.<-t.
? i M- Garrett, no matt"! what th-ir
pail record has been The lai-cmr the ss
The eie<t?on of the mi icb-tslksd-of ? osrd
"Prohibition drtVOS men to druirs ami
opiates," said Walter i: Htldretb, the
| rotirtnp pr?sident, and all history proves
! it. it has been bo in Chins and other
! places, when ths fanatics have boon su
ful. We must initiate a campaign of
i education and leech the public that far
; from being harmful, wins is nutritious.
i a,nd. In moderation, beneficial, The Pro
hlbitlonlsts have tried to Identlfj us with
thi distillers, which la in keeping with
? | usual mc : Bad '1
Hiram B. Dee i ? ' ? '"*? '< i ?
ident, urged the members no1 t" i "
themselves to be classed as rumsellers
Army and Navy Orders;
Movements of Warships
Froi-i I 1 bune Bui
w ai hlngton, U .
' iRDERS 1881 ED The following : i
?nd nu v v ordcis have be. n ISSUl ?
f-o'erif., HARRT I HODGE
?.?h. en ,. * -r i to Qot erne Pa
? i , i
v ,,,K han-/1 il '" ' '
Ifmjoi OEOROE l?i.AHM.i
,?.:..,. V KUSM
Majoi W l.i.lAM ? COL1
i hlel of eoeat ' ' ' ? [
!?,, iVaahlni ?*f ?
, . ?. . Captain AR< 111
i. vi i. ?i. BUNDERI^ANP
?ITU ' '
Maren I".. 10 '?'?
. hlef of coaal VRTHl n
i i i'i.i Bit fro
Captai Ol OROK P H V^
? ? ?
irtUlen ? ho ? ft* x' " '..? ?
M,I [AM M aoox>A '?
i ? ' ruling
?.,-,. ? , . c?ptela J *MEi
from to n- end K? i Ueoi Ho1
- . ? , i hi? i 'Riment ,,.,,, ?
of Finn Ueutan ml " i.i" a
. ?iK.nw 4M) medical reeenM
-nani WTL.MAM R vvhitk. torn
l'.o, to 24th II < '
-.,:, Frmn Isco Ap ' " ?? J"1" h-"
B-A^????tenanl LBOPOUJ ' H HgftWW
fron nth to 12th CSvali
: . ' ?? M '
I BRT '
r? ruitina ??\
, ,,-,. . apUln IHBNm i' MBKR1 KM
i-aptaln HENRY R DRAKI Philippin?
? I '? ave rxt.-i.:. I ill ?
N A \ 1
1. J RAB? i'
to Mar) !??' d
li, ,m a ,\\ -n raceWlna ?lap ?t ,
? to New Tora arl.
rtiVf'ounn-'i E N nulIER -o Waa
r-i ci.-.l; JOHN TUX '- I
Ml ,? BMENT8 OF " eRBHIPS Tl -
followlag movementa ol vessels bava
been reported to the Kaej Department
u -i ha Neu Orlee-M al bampa
Pern ' ?? i ? ?
. , vvhlppli ai ?n Pedro: the Julien, ai
, , ,. reu and
" ? .i i.
ri,. \v!ii: .... so th? J?
..i a the
i ? ? ' ? '
??i;n ? for |
?.. ? ?
. , i . lam?;
? ? ? i..- i; oda i
il , i
in . ' .
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?DENIAL BY MISS STRACHA!\
Contradicts Statements bj
Class Teachers' Association.
Mis? Orai, Btrachan, sad of 1 I I ? ? ?
?ssocfcstlon, denied yesterda
?leged to hare hoes made bj
of the Claas Teaehera ai
thai Misa Btrachan compronriiaad t.'
! make ar that the equal pa;
a on The ? ? ? ?m '.f Miei
Sti ? . iid to heve come from Mi
Ennia M ta 'lara ? ?? aril -
? ". I . : . ? ? It
the ntei of s Mil wh ? h, th.
"In fhe first : ? kid M Btra
M - i.nnis is not. a colleague of mine
.1 tivitioa are confined ,r> I hi I l
borough association, of which she la not
Wh-ci Wf '.von our fight I
'? which we were Bghttni
? Id, and the result was tha- t ? ?
I ? prepared bj the Board of Ed
posttloi a, -.?.;,? p || into ? Sei I
"Tl ? bill now before the Leg
?? ? only the teaehera of tbe aeventl
gi oi.a and ?? ? tvi
. aera of the lower gi
.Therefore, tbe association of which I an
th. i., ad ? annol interest Iti i ' ?
ma ttl ?
URGES SLIDING SCALE
FOR AUTO LICENSE FEES
Coudert Drafts Bill Repealing
Callan Law and Providing
Sharp Fatality Penalty.
? ? ?
I March I A m a moti
Ibil ? u le.i ?o Frederic R. O
Nation,i! ; Ilgl waj Pro
latlon, and d Sertng ma
terls the ''alian law, was Intro
c Bi astoi Hen Ich It re
? ?? ' ?alian la? while e*easi tini
some of it" proi: '"?
Th" bill ? of motoi
vehl ? ? .1 and to w< ai badg
whether thej ar.. owners or mari ?
! ile.se UCI tl! ? rev OS
omplalat sfter a hearing befori
the Beeratarj oi State Tn? Mil pro?, dei
i thai following a fatal accident tha i
hla m. an ?
cannot I again it unless he prov.
? a responsible for th-- fatality.
0 make afh.l.c || thai they
tn thei an five indred
? mpted ?rom ezao km
I The bill 'iiv Idi a sutomobii?
powei u ., *. . than ! MO ;??
fee ..i '< ??? ? t horse
powi esa thsn B-horsepower
and weighing more than 1,000 pounds pa
... ci nt* | ? -? wer. Those between
i a > Igbb i
than 000 PC ? cents per hors.
? i wetgl Ing more than ???
. . ?.. BPOWI
Ca and upward pay
it p.r horaepowei and trucks weighing
1,000 pounds and ovei pa) ?Qs, in addition
to the other license cbargi Thsn I ?
flat '? |tt tor electric vehicle- ?
..? 11? ;? r electric trucka pay the HO as?
i ? - It la pi
on ll< taken oui i fter September '
r. ? thi llcensa I aivea
Motoi - l< a at" licensed on thi
WILLETT IS FREE ON BAIL
Court Accepts Surety Company
Bond in Case,
u/i .ri. jr., w ?m wa* convicted
urahsalng a supreme Court nnmins
ivai adn.itted to ball in tffcSN ysstei
j day afternoon i<y Juetlce Manning, of ths
? o'irt Justl ? Blsckmsr
vu:, ti a e< -1?ti?.f reaBonabla
doubl last Saturday, and In hla decision
1 , aid ii" would sdmlt him to ball
Robert H Elder, vVlllett i ad
i t,, re? him rele? ed b offering Qu en?
rCouaty real estate as BSCUrtty, but the
court refused to accept It. Yesterday he
offered a bond? of the National Surety
Company, and tats iras accepted.
Joseph Cssstdy, ez-Demoeratie leader of
? ' ? ? and Louts T Walter, Jr.,
| bis former lieutenant, who wore i onvicted
Of selling: Wllleft the nomination, were
j admitted to bail aft*r obtsialng certi:';
i ?" reasonable doul t e cc iple of
tv eeks nge
Republicans Win Upstate.
' carr. f .ths ten 1
: nfficr*. The ; luraltl
? aere so large that ths ps I
[may drop rich park plum
Board, Politicians Fear, Will
Abolish $4,000 Secretaryship.
i The Park Board at It.? meeting to-day
nay sppotat a secretary j0 ?-oocosd COlO
? nel Clinton H. Smltii, who died DOOSOB
Blaes has boda vacant since,
? of 1 ' 'act there have peen
I many rumore In the deportment, it c?r
aalary of ti <?
,. por seas in the departan ni ? ? ?
1 the .lob, coi ? ?? of the plums, will
olla ed In tin h t< real of economy,
It la thought, ths secretary to l'ommis
? -k BrOWB, may com
bine | - rotary of the board
erl1 a duties ka bs gets KIM h
1 ha< been thought the! under such ar
[rangements the galarr would be in?
Major Palmer s-eretary for Park Com
tr.ts?iior.er Eliot of Queens, has a'so been
mentioned Politicians have ?Iso bad It
much in mind
N. H. Separation Opposed.
Providence. March 1 Resolutions pro?
testing against the proposed separation
of the teund steamer lines from th?
New Haven Railroad System were
'adopted by the Committee of One Hun
drad >.t the Rhode Island i'h?mii?r of
late to-day. The resolution*
i authorized, i delegation! to appear before
i . tr.t rstate Commerce Commtalsoa In
, Washington and v< Ice their protest.
E. <? Buckland, vice-president ?f the
railroad, declared that if the .steamer?!
.were taken BWSJ 'rom the road every
. of th?ap would be tied up at their
1 docks aft.o lui)
I he Dining Rcx)m of
the Will. ( rcntury
Tu; cordial!) dignified hospi
lalit) ot Eighteenth Cen
lurv England was well re
tiected in the suavity of the furni
: ire ot the typical Dining Room
of the period.
Hut is why the Hampton Shops
(?'.'productions of the classical con?
ceptions of the Brothers Adam, or
raton, or Heppeiwhite, offer
such abundant opportunit) tor
the furnishing ol tlie modem
; R ,
! roir them maj he selected the
impie i able with its slender le?s
d delicatel) carved "apron." the
"V al-backed I ?hairs with their vase
haped splats, the Pedestal Side
trd, inlaid with satin wood, or
the graceful Gilt Torcheres, which
will give to the room ot to-dav in
air of tlie reticent refinement r)J
dignity ot Georgian days
1 and 16 West '?:d St.. New York
Between Fifth Ave. and Broadwav
is now electrically sealed with a
"SEAL OF PURITY" so
^_~jrS absolute that it is
^**v damp-proof, dust
to teeth, breath?,
appetite and diges?
tion. It's the safe
besides delicious and
BUY IT BY THE BOX
for 85 cents-at most dealers. Each box contains twenty
5 cent packages. They stay fresh until used.
It's clean, pure, healthful
if it's WRIGLEY'S.
Look for the spear
CHEW IT AFTER