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i RIDAI. ?i \r< ?i i . i ?. a. Owned ?r ? ! dally |.y The ',* ? * N*ew fork ?: M. K-ld. I ? r. Aditr-ns 'i ribase tu ?tr*et. New York. . FSStSga Pi : t 7 .:?<-?'?. Si ' ' V ... , : . i . . - ?' ! ' DAILY y ?7 th. ?iii? > ? ? rnoatta. . . ? .-.? ?-, o Bl 4 II it New Torlc ? Bae? -- . ndeavora to in? ira thi Into ;tnri advert?s? : dma Mr. Underwood9! Poor Excuse. ai to vote for a repeal ol .of the ?Panania W Mr. I nilct-sv.Mid. tlio li-'.'itli r 4?f th?- Ih'iii" , ,-.??? n tin* licu-H ?if Rapreaenl ?completely ?ctmftises the lsatia. In tin which be ?matle Uto other day in "Hie Evening jonrnal he tires ? parallel which It do! i p i Mr Unders i c:in -?- no distil tatst a ship Duluth with ?Ing thr? Bault si.; ftfai '? ?' chargi ? - ... fihin gtai h Axtit rlcari port ol . Canal fri - and landlni rleSktlS or New York. . . . 11 a subvention uso other Is. if one is in ?rlols .-> o? i-'.?\ ? rnmriit the other Is. TrntnV throinrh the Panama OllUd whiiM ut a rid on all fours? with trafile through the Bai ruial ayate? were It nol that the United States baa ?bound Itself In tba Hay l?ntiii . treaty to ????'?o tba same ?toll rx I the shipping of all ' - ' mama ?Canal law broke that promiae. All t-bat Presidei ? "H i eon now la to ??(?-i-i.'ii'ii-h national p?<? i faith, if Mr. Underwood and Ma followers ?!? ? blpplng tbrongb the Pana ? ana] a preferenoe notiiing hli and directly what they ?ompltsh throngb a ?disregard of treat** ? lions. Police Reform Up to the ?Legislature. Maj l'a attitude toward amendmenta of bis police reform legislation la taxactly what was to be ? - - of bim. He i?? wUll ? pt any amendment for a board ol ?review to c :,i judgments of tl ? ?Poltee ? mm ? lain wblcb will not hare final d< . ; latlon. Any lion to th" tigfato of the man on t i - *^- ' it la not proper that the law aball ; ? I man on a, court review touching technl A the facta at lagne In the ..-..?? the Mayor and Issloner have the final authority In ? tal i" quibble over dein:' the 1 r la fighting f?"?r Ie li-avf squarely with the I re. ''? paasii - ' ' authorize thla dty to tell ? ?olonel ? ?oethals It 1 the agre?*r> " made it i ? him to mmlssloner. By ; - the i ' make it possible for any inure commissioner, whethtw ?Colond ?Qoetbala or ?another, to attack i>ol!?-e i*ro?)i\s and rti?iice In? for tin? first time In the Mayor, ?-Mudted hj n n of the public, aska the Lieglslatore's ?-?anction f?t?r tida r?an, which hi M viial t<? the <*ity. It ! be a monstrous abuse of 1? '? ? power to refuse. The Dangen of Ambassadorial Humor. a i ? ??? passed h resolution day aaklng the ? of Btate to rwcure en ex ?agea in a speech made by - Walter il. ?Page to the ?London A - o 4 Chaml .,?? g was for bewlMermtmt until Mr. Page told a n that at least ? .. ? ,.s was a "pleas? antry" '? ? ausp?scted that Mr. lire than ills aodlton in ?L-ondoo ?wiapecta : - for any ambassador to *-. Mr. Bayard ?jot Into troul - in Englai that i ? ? 1 " ' ' im for If he erer gave one, it ?wa a offendli ..* ?remark ?ras only an * si- Bdwai-d ? * I? imi ao hard for a .!> the troth as ? i- for hli ? It la ' ' " Il s wor ?i take It as ? 1 Dayi for the Federal Cupboard. ? - pendlture * a the i ? *?i'?'-r:iii.- - rhen II vu out ol ? . ? . h an attack of lar ?-..-?- ?first el? ted Bpeal er he for iTugallty, and gol the to < m a few thousand? i ' ? h and pollcemi n ft would be ocratic of l ? ... rnptlon pro of I ? ' anal law la not i oi Mr. < ? ..,,,. | ' 101 ? '13 would run I 'i i ? ?? for ' d bj atKiul | de linder the 1 afi i ? ntdllfled, m.-I i'r.-;.i,.iji \' " i i?i"l h. the W '.it? '- .ili'HIl .; . . ? [tween C-ongnsi ami the Bxscottre in frental m tional ??sporn. Um money while jroti bar? n ehg-oe,'' baa become the wgtehwonJ In Wash? ington. Bat whal have Dentocnttlc trsdlttona snd ' promises ever been worth wben it cam? to n the blandishments of the Cost ol High Uvlngl Uplift Without rnderstandinj'. There i1? bonnd to be much "*enenl th i?" Italiens of Morristown who destroyed ? ?clal survey" exhibit -\\ li ; ? *t > they said portrayed ? their 1i??iii??s ?mil methods <>f living in a mtslesdlni on. If they sn re right In tbeii ? tentlon end they Beem nut to have been on lonable, for nothing buj the pietnrea of I settlement waa touched -the exhibit tens calen " lated t?? do more barm than good. \ " person is so poor or Ignorant fts t?> ho ?? I n some sense of pride an<l Independence The pool whom tiiis form of s???-,:ii service is intend? ;? ?in n??t live in squalor becanse they like it, bnl because they cannot help it. They certainly cannot ? eted to enjoy i ?? ?? 11 _-; portrayed as "horribW ( examples." .nything savoring of that shows bucIi . :i lack o landing "f human nature, and es? pecially of the feelings ami livi's of the bumble ;j wagt - to be useless In helping them. And , without nnderstandlng any brand of npllfi or social service is worse than valueli I lie Big Yc.ir in Sport. [*he annual Invasion of (??-?'.it Britain Is on bal promises to be the biggest of all yeai ternatjona] "?port beglnti to ?stir. The ?,"it?': the ?rsl to start Our own "Jerry" Travel- shows ? ? way, and with such ;i!'!'' BUpporteis as H . ii<?ff an'i Ouimel should make a close tight for the amateur championship at 8andwich in May. Onlj ??? has America beaten Britain in this test, end ? present concerted attach will ha?-?? thr keenest terest f??r every good American duffer. Afterward Will Come polo, ti'ntiis Hint the Aiiicr lea's Cop taces, in all three <?f thoso th? cupa are with ni? and tho pirasur?. of witnessing th?? events ?',s well. Together with p"if. they form th?* quart?et of great Interaattonal sports whieh n?>t even the Olympic contests surpass in Interest. Accepting the* British amateur championship a?, tho most lm ? * tost of golf, tho prom Is now throe to one in favor of America. From presen! prospects we ?'! baVe the flghl of our lives to end the year with tho s.-itn.? handsome margin of victory. Legislative Eugenics. It Is nut to }.?-> expected thai Assemblyman Murray's proposed constitutional amendment for a lure nf a single house, made up of one for each Congress (Ustrlct, will make much * i bit with ti"- ?'??'??'?nt legislature Leglslat? ?? do-notblng and expensive they may be, bave a b ?n ot ti imselvea and do noi ri Ici im or schemea for I? i : lath e i of drastic nature. "i ' i It la obvious thai some timo ?>r other the He will demand Improved legislative ? " having a Km.iif, highly ? u*e whose members could become experts, their otitiri? time to lav? ?ma has hroii i??.i!si<l??rc'l by stud? of ?government for years as the Imminent his lm i ement In the system, it 1 sa nn?i?? no political headway, bul ic- bound to be "in? of the prop? fought over In tho next constitutional convention. The plan baa manifest advantages, it may have disadvani : so manifest-, but In any case II could hardly give results, year after year, more actory than the existing method of op?ra? tion. "I he New Discontent." There will l"? a real e?'ho in this ctountry to the lent outbursl of John Galsworthy In The Lon? don Ti n i? ??->.** Our own problema aro different In ?y ways. Vet the new feeling <>f dlseontenl with the crueltlea and Injustices of our modem Ufe is much tho same <>n both skies of tho Atlantic. i; la with tin? polttidani of his country thai Mr. worthy t rjuarrel. The conscience ol le haa been quick to answer. Against the will of the community, be are '? "shameful barbarities done to helple creat? ures," year n?u-r j, ? hlldn ii l inij'ii'v in? ni ? ? on work i i all intents mean a thlni ? ,? bo i,.!?- ?? -?' r much rl ? r n out In work for ?ngll that for a few i?t< delivers up old and faithful a? i int I i There are other Items on the list, soi.f them king an even greater extension of sympathy ? -i r? l dumb creation. A passionate, nnconsidered ?i many respects, yel nol t" be easily for gotten. And whal doea the ?Parliament of Kngland to remedy these evlls? it debates Tariff Reform, , or liome Itnle, to the utter ei elusion of these questions daily working "more lari ? to our spiritual life " Mr. < lal -rortby k With Sil res|?e?f' Of his li.lti"1l's "angu I ' li?? knows thai Rome nol bull? lu a day; thai Parliament worka bard: ? if pi , ? . ? enss of hum ' things talk? d into tl ovei and o\ et ? ? ? n bickering lo : i ?4 r i ? ? v. s by h? art, to i UOl ' ? ill 1er th? m. ' ? he lime the tires ol i y thai : ? he n ' i. i !i? r- ',i , ? going up. ii;?? most extraordinary thing la the calm Intelll with which "The Times'1 editorially concedes the in ., The Irrelevgnce*1 of Par (lament Is not < u ied it is ?Assumed by ever] one. Since the touts African War "The tlr and Quickening of thongbl ? I "We are al (.tame time l**sa igtls fled and more hopeful than we were al the end ol the lasl century." The new discontent ia nol the discontent <<t the have nol : it la the "dli conten? ..f dli ni?ix-i'"i Intelligence with whal i neither .??ni h'T dlslnten ted " The complain! of Mr. ? ? "ithy iwblch la compared with the latesl plea W ? i-' I* i,"i that of ".m Impra? tica! ? rrylng for the moon," bul "f "?i whole of pros? - lllgenl |i?-?>|il?'." p --nl thinking of the new type i probably l< ?'i' 'i and as acute In Amei lea ? In Bag? land. ' 'in??. we Mleve, notwithstanding our la? i. <?' live mind ol the rj pa ??r Mr. , : Oi Is worthy t" lead. And certainly ?i of the tboughl of the day with t here a In 1 ?ngland polltlrlan i- flddllng a dull tune while Ronu? Ing, in the eye, of " i lie l?ndon llll I ? i ;, l ii.i I II'.' ? The Conning Tower '?>*,. ? ' ?hing current laugh. \V. \Y. The admlnlstratora of twenty-three rktima <?f the 'ITriangle Waist ?Company tirp "hare settled their daims f"t* ?173 apiece, The total la $1,725, whfcfc la than Art escapea would have c?.-t. aftt-r all. Take th- Isa tOsssea :md IWage BreaUfa-t. r ]? a: II- ? . rssl dittlCUlty. I notir? that many of the 1 apend apon the morn B .- to read through ? ? rlbO!.ftaa means a ?i- la? i in getting at the Campanile ot ? i ? shall i de.' BWMt WO Spaeth. We h. no b. for the methods of the I. v,' w. They may be right or they maj be wrong; or, as we bare a notion, tbej may be both. Bui why la i church 11 charitable institution when It makes oui Its in* conic -tax schedule, and a private institution when it excludes whom it will? . ' rtPCHBR a ?"?OTHER .:. .'?'i:\\ rORK ? or GH -1 FSB i"' RUAI Vf QOAB i? r, icaji ?n, .?p, i '?it id oiuBBPra r? r RATA IS RAISED IN THE 1..-TIMAT10N Or B . . MINDED Mi'; I-CIANS. I From Mu'l'-'l Ain?-?rl?-?. 1 .i Ptaeher * Brotbar, New Tork, have r-o-ntiy i-ni??i the ? ?.r? nf Qloaeppe Verrata'a Quand In ?". KSJer, op. 28.t an,i u ao ?loir?: tine ralred Ituelf In th? estimation of ?.ertou-. nlnrte.1 ? What rOT'T.D be have gaked hT'.' Ilf-r answer ail we c.iii.i ?hear: "NW a bit My tatter ind brothers were perfect chlmneys.** THERE, \'<>w THAT'S ?SETTLED I*. A.: I would like to ssy Hint Bsj ?Sargenl ?ni his or her bel thai i am the author of the ? imj pipe, etc " tobacco stta. I freely admit that |i am the author of other things, like Palmer ?Cox'g B -, Dor?'a i ? * - -t 11 r? - - of MPara4llae i.?.*-t." <??*". ? Ade - "Pal lea In Blang" and the expression " Von may fire when they're brushed off the crambo, Gridle: '" Isa? M. PiAoe. ?or, wRADDTi mean fr-oof ?INOT ,i the Tin -? | rr? led ai u isatrlsa api aad 4 rowa I . | ? ! ? ?! --,'.. . |r,K 0? ! ? ?The Feminist Moremenl pot it?- start, one hag? ards, when Eve, iim w. k, militant, was ordered to < ?o A way from There. \n?l it r? eived it- flrsl ?pthack. one gueaaea again, when Mrs. Lot ttirned back for a loc?k at thr? suburbs of ?Sodom. Till* tp! \ fs | it i. ()? P086I MBIMTIRS Sir:? -1)'? you know the opossum word -the word ?' ? when it goes abroad usually carries il off? ck? l submit "advisedly" as ?such *? v? t?l Whenever I use the word "advisedly" ? find ? | i1'- wl ole phra ?e, as ? just did F. U. I'm .tip. I.ORI) ?.!.' ?1 I 'RET \ Wl'l.l.l.ll? .. ? - When m ?Vew Vork remember thai the Vanderbilt Hotel la the Ideal borne for Amherel .men. "Tin; BMITH, ?? MIGHTY MAN IS HI ii R .i ... ? .i in the In terna tlraal Horseerheara " ime a atan Ing trand? n ."'...;? to ah op ? ? bula! i nmindful of th? Smith'.-' welding spot ? "? <-h? t freely ] arcolatss. efrli nded? In plentiful ,: an now i-i ama ta ? ?n el idlng lovlni I) bloom ?and friend hip is abiding Cold ?and bitter the ?frosta of wintry i ???? i es srs onnetod in ths heart alwayta, rae chestnut trs4 ths Smithy stsnds ?.mi bresthes a poem Infinitely great?. that cismmsada. ned t??th loiIng thoughts, ? / mils of bunuu othei hood, ? ?. r i? Hi- ? i ?? -i , ' [ell . orrOW, heerful sunshine Illuminates ras to reel and ?beautiful souls srassd from sarth, ... will ?rears int.? garment of glory ?? saw ? And ?hope's fi-riir't progressive stsr Will dlscountsnanes the ?things thai contaminai Tul? Time Wo Toee It to the Llnotyper. Brigga draws things ?with i pi-nrii; r?i top the ?Column some day, :? yon didn't all In your Canning Tower, fussing my Stuff away. .1. !'. "He muffdered the Ktng/a F. n u i ; -11 s.-> bnrbarotis,*' aays Acton Darles, l.lng the a, t?? the tr. i m I'll CRN ?VL ri:i '.-.',i.K York (1 *i . t iii.iine ] '. ? ? ' ? ' Il v Rail aad sere marrltM in V RAlpfa l?. ? i>?. you know*! tJeorga Wolfe Plank is with Tm ?OotHAM winu-i cv/iiu. Ami f.?r ?Sunday's hamo in? inm drawn i portrall <?f i;ii|>ii?*iiiiii Betnana Simpson, Gotham's Pastes! G*rowing l'oeir-.s nr.i"! Don .dr, Mr w'.'iit?-i- Page was aakod whether objection mlghl !"? taken t?? th.? in?-t aentonee <?f hla ?i.a, and be replied thai it was n p>leaaant*ry Great iitii?' lai Miner he'd rnake, ??? bal ? i r a. | MONEY TO BURN. THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN AnP?bp,ln&e.,or CLEVELAND MEMORIAL EXERCISES Plan? for Meeting at Caldwell Are Announced. To th? B lltor of The Tribun?? Sir: Wi',1 von kindly n aki U. m- ?v?. ;i t( mbera of the Qtoret Clevelstu! Birth p : ?I Assoeiatlon ami Uu general publie the facts of the rorthcom? Ing meeting? Me; sra of f ??? ?'? ' n''iation snd thsli ' i t.? KttoT-,1 tl sxer etses in eomi ?n of the blrt Qrover ? I on Sunday evening; March IB, al I'M o'clock. These es? i will be 1 aid in the Free i?v terlan i Id?ell. An oration v ni be dellvi v- ?! bj ? "hancello-r St. Clal McKela ? of "Tl i ?ally Eagle " i ?r. John ir. rflnlc* missioner of Education for New York, v. ?il preside, and t1;.? i '<?: i Btrs is. ?\ Mr; Ister to Turkey, will als.i sp? ak, Mr tul;??! her Intention to be present. Bpeclal Biustc bss '?' ? n errang? d for ths o> As there will be no c?l?bration In New York this year, it is boot i that s large number of Mr. Cleve_u>d*a frlei da a '? in attendu ce .-r' tie Caldwell m? Caldwell can be most sa lly resched via the Lackawanna Railroad to M<?nt?-iair and It ht a fhort trolley rl?"?> to the dOOTO? tii?. church. TI oso who ?iesire to come In their automobiles sill And a good roa?i via ths reconstructed Plank Rood to Broad and Market ?treets, Newark through Broad street to Woomfloid av.? nue, direct to Caldwell. Tims? who nish t?> ?lo :-<? can ? ?' i total Montcialr, which Is bul ten minutes' rifle from th i-l arch at ? '.ililvv ? !!. The house in which Mr. Clevelsnd wss born, .ind which h ? I et.?cupied .-? ? b psi ? rated this wi ? t. car? taker and is ? mei oi .'! to Mr. ? '1< rel u d Trams leave Hoi oken al 1:30, i i> m.; ?returning, |< ,it 10:10 p m U'M. h. VAN WART. Secretary. ? aldw? ?i. S J . March 10, I'm. "THE MAD DOGS OF HUMANITY" So a Patcrson Render Regard* the 1. W. W. To the Editor of The Trtl une Hii : Several letters, one this morning, have i" ? " printed In your paper by ?ro? - en in regard to ?lie invasion of the church? me 1 B W erowd All of ? ? sympathetic women would change about In their sentiments if they were Inforn ed. The dlfflculty li that i falsa They pi i um? thst these f so call? ?! m ? m? ployed ??? ?;?'??? en poor, worthy unfortu? rlthout r.i and a it'."r.t sh? Iter, eager m work if the opportunity : i fT? ? r-. I - ed. S'Hii" of 1 i ? . most of them are wort rood-for-nothtns Idlers ?i a bum who would not irorh if they had a cban 11 not squ? i? h? ?I and puni thai I vasimi of chui ? s l le ?'i t'? other In? vaslona flii't if tins foreign mob succeeds m getting food snd shelter it will **row and swell. >'?.i s:-.i!' uitii authority ui? here of the* i w W i? sders, a ho were eil u for over sis months w hile In Pal ' were followed ami their it ivHti 111 ? While tlirlr i?""r dupee were etarv'na ? they were living i B in Of I!"- land .-ir.ivv ????riii?.* In winter snd ,. 'i"h? se I? sdei ? h iv< u t done a day'i work In ysara They won't work; if they did? they could not u? t one-tenth as much ;?.< they ."??t now i ? th? ir "No ?!'"i, no church, du ,-,nin', ?." : ? their cry. \\ ?? found them out here; the newspapers hunted them ?i??v?ii and .?i,' >?;'i them up Their private talk is dynamite and their publie talk i? horrifying t,, .,?.,.. r?atlve ? hi 1st! ? i?!.-, but mild for th ?m, Thsy are the mad doga of hu?nanlt). And the one Hen? thai has hied up thlrt ??hiii* of foreignti . but a fsw *Bsra hsrSi Is ,i .'m*.? !n tir-' (Constitution providing foi free peeeh "Ever* i ?? ? on may freel] spesk, \?iit" and publish his senti in-'Ills -li .11 BUbJ '?! . t"'llikr i ' f.?r th.- abuse ? f that right N'?? law shall , ? . or abrMge the lib* ? ? ui peecti oi of ii" ri ? I ' The m ws? i..i pel , m uu i- about i his pro? ? i ?.f u n and In sppre? f i hension about them?elvea contend for the il liberty under this prov-tnion; conee | quanti? ? donad .creatures wheat | ? ? t.. get an Sasy living and be , ?i, f i t all the while are often the newspapers and i : Vs.- .t mentsJ p?"jpi?? who do noi m them or their motives. There) is a vast difference between bonnet cntl-imi! by h newspaper or an individual who U ?king the welfare, of the msaa ,n and i i? treasoaabte and biai-pin'mou I utterance of these Irrssponslhk Pbtllg Nol < Two of ti..-* best articlss that ha\e ap ?.???ai?--?i in tho papera In ?recent timos ware in yesterday's Tribuna In mi", vin-i" Hi?? Nstlonsl Civic Federation baa ap pointod a commltl.f piotnlnent msti te go into ? ? of free ape? cb and the right to assemble publicly, this fed ersUon makes this rery pointed and hn portant statement: -The ?-f.mtnitteo is to ly the scope and the limits of the ?s ?,f free ? ? id assembly, both from the point of view of ths Indlridual a and ?if the publie order and w? I? 'fare, it will Investlgsts the sxtsnl and grounda and Justification, or oth< rs . ?police Interference sith public ?gatherings ?and fr.i'.iom r.f ?spseehf and it will obtain a riswa of tin?, besl qusllfled i?-srai ?-x i>? rts and political scientists on the Bsesn? ?i??? of the eonstltutlonsl gusrsntesa f?n?l the drtnitnstsnees ?-?hP-h should he justly ? ?regardsd ap marking the line bet a? sen ? liberty snd lici ?ass " ? "The other ?rth?!.? referred to is where Mr, Tsft ?raps both extremes of modern SOCiSty in this ???untrv. I!'- asserted that 1 the di mand of the l W. W. wer? Iswless ?and unjust, but sai?i tue smug content m< nt ?,f selfish lives furnish th.?- argument ? e Haywoods and Tannenbaume, Mr. ft goes on In the u re ?>f othi r w< rd which should he read by svsry pi r on In t ? I nlted st.'iKi. Nothing ever was bet? ter asid than ths foUovring: "The wick v. ho by greed and coi ruptlon snd oppression lisve s ma sand w< alth, ?and the failure <?f those who ov< n rtght methods have become ?rieh to appn late the responsibility that good foituns plaOSS upon them of oo-.ir8e ?should be hold up to ?'?ontumely ?and con? demnation, but ??'?? too, ?should the i?>. ;, less mid wanton lawlsssnsss ;?n.i clssa hstrsd and ths indiscrimlnsts sdvocscy of do?trines that would rum BoeJsty and take away t'r.n hops of a" ?progreaa.'1 .)( STICK. In'- -. on, N. J , March 10. 1914. A FARMERS COMP-LAINT Don't Talk to Him of Unemployment While Farm Work Coca Begging. To ths Editor of 'i he Tribune ?Sir: Hundreds "f ua farmers In ?Dela ? deeply lut? rested In i. adlng tb i reports, not of ths wsr in Mexico nor the Irreprssslhls ?sonttct In l?ngls sn 1 :... government snd I .. hosts of Mrs. Paaklrarst, i in of !?>? Ninfo of the great army of the unem? ployed in Msw Tort to c? t a living ?sith? . ,t giving up a drop of s?A?>,it for it. This 1,1.1;. -.?em hesrtlsss to Mhiiy or vom read? ers who uro brotjghi fscs t?i tgoo daily ????h soorsa of starving men, but t., 1 fermera of thi? ?section, ?arho hamo t ? ol llgsd to auffer for reara from a lack of help, both Indoors and oui 't >-. .-?us in-.. an axempltflcatlon of '*wo?-da uti? si ok??n " The farms of this count j are not more than half ?uitiv-it?--?!, and mon) <?f the slves sre assisting with "chori n ths i.. rna beoauea of thia ?lack ?>r help i K t ? ? au -'? ??.?- ?do i;??i offer ??..??,. - . nsstgh * ?V good man in coi ? i from xjtt t?> pt B month, v ith a p.i ?horns, while compe? t? ut houseworksrs s^t from n i.. $>; .?? a ? ss ?and ?are ?treat, d Ilka membsrs <?f the family. There are thouaands ?-f berass in this county where ?;o<"i hotp <>r both bsbsb v i uhl l?e given ?Steady ruiplov iii.'nt at this? v..??, . ko SrhSS ??e read of chUWheS being st'M-m. ?l, at soup bosses being ersr ? row-.i.'d, of "bread inn-?" Btretehlng around the ?sorner, ?of the **rsntlc appsala m; d.? by charity w-s?rk?s?ri f?or means ??in? v. ii.-h to fssd uns m my <?r Idlers, k It anj wonder that we feel thai mush <>f the etty*a charity Is mlaplseed! ih.it Bonaa at it. nt least, ?mlghl better be rmployed ??? putting these need) where the) could be ? porting ' i H ?M? B MAI M \M I \ \ . Mu? h l ? l'.'l I. "OUR PAMPERED .SERVANTS" Housework Is Called the Most Honor? able and Favored Occupation. To the Editor of Tl ? Tribune Sir: [ vvifih to personally t^nk ?re "' ?hi and Qood Houeek? ???.??? ' ? the vet?- f?en?ihl-) I.it ?Servants," in the March I Issus I ? ? will you flnrl a more pr? ' f workers than the M hei ?? v. m ? ou fii i a ne,re in ,],?! land n good, el .'?n. Btn idy " er? There : be eso trades ?! ere th? glfl Is i l i - dated, I ut they pre li leed txe tior-.s, and the girl who ? ??as S pli" SB w ii, '.? in days of lib i fortune she ir' tn sted kii ?in,- consideration. ? las the factory girl Can the i - r "| - oflks J?>* i after day, command I i ?f ?li:*| same man's family or of others ?? Bt trusty, faithful hooseworker can d"' " in only the "ahabl ? gs ' '-' '\ at i? gi ?><i Kirl working at that most BBBr ah?? of all oooupatluuS' ' sous sen -, a. BROWNE-W New York. Han h U, 1M4 OUR RIGHTS IN THE PANAMA CANAL Must Our Warships Pay Tolls VtOtt the Hay-Pauncefote Treaty? ?' To ths -dltor of The Tril una |ii ? in your Msreh I. m? Ing i-- ? ? nt, you quote t followli g section of the m died H? Paunci ib-dag? o?v n i '?The ca? '? ?'"! ?'"* , ,,. , of urn s/? nation? ? ?? on ternl" entire equality, so 1 then ?bsllles dlscrimlnati c__5 o? or its um'., as or su ' :fSP!, ,," the ".min:' "f '?"*?"? ''. ? : chut Of trailh? shall - If our English ? tAtp ? ? |e< tion to the pro\ ! Ill lie l'a. UU ,,'lt subst ? ' '/ I controversy d< i ,l r'at'I'i i are Included In ? ' tlons" In :, ? s. ? ti ? _ .. M hii.l.in,;-. ., cratton' W -m?! . t.? Jis i- rms t" I ? offi re?! ow in '? and ? ~ II? i.' st other nations" il. e Une Wh?? U 8 mus? be *rlvei ? slwa* i 1[ *'*1J, b i . ipaal am ? Tha treal tween i of v v? . "t ? ?""? ??J 1 .?oniii- v- ..?? ? ??? ? - "?? *''F s Bam to ; lv Impni -It.I.. ' '"4, .1 ' ..r Il.it til?- I hi? ..WM |',"-,'l. Til ?' ' ***Z disci ? I ? foreign v. ??.-!,ip? u inn ' 1 '" ,*" 1 strongly tempted ? tii. m nom 1. tig the ? for pursoll ??i' ??! ? <vir r The ti-...iy that In th- event of w^ f. I?' Hi .? -I- - - 10 OUI f? ' - ?"' ' ighti in th ' esnal !>??"?? *oe?,,v ? g 1 as leen 1 doned, but that th- ' '''" ( eonstrurtlon of the iresty i."-t. will be resurr. ted and i?u" re.*? 4-, ' , ? - ill--t lm1n.il?. 111 war mie ,t ?i .1 ,1 -i ' Mi uMlniln.it? a ? 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