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n i RDAY, MMirn 17. mit. Ownra and paStlsheS ??.i!!-.- by The Tribute Aeeeslatlon. ? Nr?\T . , m noi.i. FT?jet4?at; O. Terse? I A-aareea Trlbnne i - - ; I | ?stags PeM, , S month? - l??i:.. , ? ? ? tiTES A ?AT: DAI ?*?? nth. x ? DAI OM.Y: ?I.V. I "T un? month. 'n ..?:.? ? DAILY ONLY: B .. k*l ? ' .'h.. . r.. i - ? | . i Mai The Trihune 111 as 11 < I I thlneas of i rertlssment it prlnta mei to avoid ttie publication of all adv? I -? i Our Thirty-ninth Battleship. The laying yesterday of the keel of I itl ? ? la ? reminder that the United Btates Is still replacing Its ? te i ar v. lels with bigger and mi*,.i ger oi w No, 39 ind her sister ship, the Penn? ?yiranta, will be *?; formidable v?asela of their type, with dis] It.menta of about :u.4(H) tons uu?l iimin batteries of twelve 14-lncta pina. Th?ay will be belpfnl accessions to the navy, ST?et gratl Ocatlon at their completion will be tempered by Tin* fact that they will hardly keep our naval eetab ment abreast of the mur?? rapidly expanding enta of our chief rivals for H?-a power In i'.u_ bat one n?*w Dreadnought wag authorized and la 1018 but one, so that naval construction has been materially cheeked and tbo united Btates lost ground relatively In Ornee two years which it wlD bo difficult for it to recover. Instead of standing eecond to Great Britain, we havo fallen betoW Ger? many and cow ptand third In rank, and ??ur present status Is nein*- disputed by both France and Japan. Our responsibilities ns iho leading power in the Western Hemisphere require us t?> maintain ?i flrai class navy. V, o have far moro need of sea | than Germany has and only a little less need of it than Great Britain Money spent on the navy Is only national insurance. Dnl?l our navy is really ?adequate for rational purposes the money spent on It is practically ?wasted, Wo hav<? not been building rapidly enough in the last thive or four years Fortunately. ('< ; greag is now becoming more alive to the noposslty of qiilokenii?>? the pace In construe tion. Two now Dreadnoughts will certainly be au thorlsed this year. Three would not be too many, and three? si ould N* voted next year and the year after to tnakw-^ny for the defldendei of 1012 and 101S. Back to the Farm. It is a practical tuid helpful back to the-farm movement which the Governor r.nd the Slate De partment of Agriculture began yesterday by ship -,; rf Th.-* oity'.s -Jobless to mani?es fa nu? it helps not only the unemployed who throng the city? but the farms, which this year mor? d ever, if seems, need strong men net afraid of work in the open air for their 11 or $100 u day ai ?i board. Ti >? Inert lency for the country man ?>r small town worker when things P> "w ronsr, la to move to the city, where there Is "more opportunity." In the last year or two of disturbed business condi? tions and increasing unemployment dty opportuni? ties have been harder and harder t?> find. At the name timo agricultural production has been below its maximum because farm labor has been at times almost uno ?? in some sections of the stat?. The state, or the publia, has suffered doubly. If in the readjustment conditions In city and country are improved somewhat some pood will bave come ?rat of the "hard times" which produced the scheme. ?s A Ture Food Campaign. Health Commissioner Goldwater's announced series rf pufe food bulletins should be valuable to thou? sands of housewives in the city. The tim- Is ripe for education of this sort It may Le impossible, as Dr. GoMwnter .- re the American housewife of "the ?convenient thoutrh enormously expensive" habit of btytag her provl dona from the corner grocery and the butcher sb -p next duor. Dut she should at least have some authoritative and offlds] Ruido n.s to what Khe may buy with reasonable aafsty ami economy. So long as the manufacturers can find purchasers tot ci'.* , ?. . itod or Improperly stored oodstuffs &o long they Will endanger the health of tho customers. Prevention Is much better than prose cution. The j.uro food eainpalgn Is ?is Important as the Crusade npalnst tuberculosis, ?or typhoid, or tho bettet bables propaganda. U A Sad Case of Professional Jealousy, Was there not aa ulterior motive lurking beb ad tha Benatsni ! '?? the other day to rename the Avenue of the Pn ildents In Waahlngtoo plain 16th streetl 'n.s I ' r Oommisslonsrs Home time ago Ided to can the broad thoroughfare which leads directly north from Lafayette Btraare the At of the !':? ? from the front of the White BOOSS it:?;?? is un uninterrupted vista as far as Meridian Hill. Tha n?-w name was appro? priate enough, and helped to vary the deadly monot? ony of Wi gton's street tore But the Si-unte disapproved the innovation on the ground. r.ste* slb-ly, U at the new sty!? was too mucb of u Parlalaa affectai it be that the Benats ?as secretly n of the as?ociati?>u ??f one ?if Waghlngt. ; streets srttb the power and glory of the Presidency? 'n," Presld? :.'?>? win never na re In the aacendant :*i Washington than it la to-day. la s publication called ?Dixie" a I Repregentatlre not long ?./?? thus Him. '.virios at tl ? ' lesslon i.f i I h.-. ? rast ol i ; on tha face as ? on i of can ? out that tariff, I ? dO v . NEITHER Uli) ANY ?.Till.H ONK ? ' the I ? Not one ol '???'?.'? als ?u, any cornai ?? thai bill. Il lu 'ou ?? hill iti ?-om i ptlon '.' : bit In t -, ?. ? I i.'-t ' toi H ' km ? thsi ( ? "i,\j pro;?- The r-e ?i? Wby, taita, thai Wi iblngton sb?ii not h?tv'?? its a nue of * became no on?- hns thought of rcnamir.},' iVnnsyl vnnia avenu?-? or IffggWrtmtflttf avenue the Avenue of ihe OongKMl It looks as ft the Senate \xn?j suf? fering fron* in i ?? etta<ck of profewlonal usy. loss and Fcaihcrs. i; the daughter of a President likea " wedding with fuss and feathers, why, that |a Jusl the kln'' of wedding si;.? likes And we will bat* her against the - ?? -? of the Treasury, the I dent ?if the I nited States, all the reat of the Cabi? net and the Dem k rat ? majority In the House un?! Senate to get whal abe wants. We bare no doubt that Eve re*ent?ed bitterly the informality of her marriagi.remontais, The whole female r-i""if'-* baa been busj e* e mal ing up for loat I me Whal of mere man, wrapped tightly in ? black | coat, himself as pale as the gardenia In bli button* ? i ::i? ?.-i oui before a derisive mob to make h female holiday? Be baa inlTered as a bridegroom for centuries, and will go on Buffering, we suppose. ? - .?. nation, be is likely never to ? - ape m this crucial point In bis caraer. only one faint nope. Our feminists bleat eaklng Into the human race." Lei them band b - ''"i* and abolish the brutal, In? ; human iporl of getting married, and then they will . . ? -,i talk about We ladly i however, that your newest feminist, with her heart . ? ed to the theory of a minimum wa| maiden names, looks forward t" her economically reformed marriage through :i base of orange bios? ?on?, cake, old ? !,,i '"iif<'?'I. t ' . as does her dullest untutored sister. An Old Disgrace. ?i Greer found that the cells In Sing B ng were "unfit for human beings to live In." Coming from such a source, t;?? statement baa f?i Interest But it is not news. The condition of sinj; Blng is the oldest disgrace x.i?"n the psges of the state's history. This mediases] pr son has been condemned by one expert after another, ?nd ita borr?n have hceu published by a score of Investigators, a breeding ground for vice, corruption and d Is the perfect symbol of the old prison system now slowly yielding to new Ideas, If the objeci of Imprison? ment was t'i corrupt und finally extinguish every spark <'f virtue, to Infec? with disease, and to kill Blowly but aurely the si . of body, Sing Sing would rank among the world's moai splendid prisons, * _,_ Brains Needed at Ellis Islund. President Wilson has been unfortunate In nut ... ag able to And a first class man to till the vacant post of Com ' er of Immigration at this port .Mr. Raymond B. Fosdick baa Just deelln?ad to it> cent th'' office, which has been vacant for a year or more. It in high time thai somebody with discre? tion and intelligence should be put in eimrpe st Ellis Island, The bonebeadedness of the present administration there Is becoming ? public scandal. To the blunders made In the Myllus, Castro, Lloyd and Pankhuret cases have i een i I the it.nl attempts of an examining board to exclude a well known Hungarian on the ground <>f "moral turpl rude" because he bad engaged In a duel in Hungary,! and to make out a case of liability to become a public charge against a distinguish**] mid prosper o is English authoress, who expected to stay only two or three days in this port The management at the Immigration station lacks alertness and common sense. Borne one is needed there w1 o can apply the exclusion law so n?- to distinguish between genuine merely "red tspe" undesirables. The Courtesy of the Flag. Another unpleasant, though not serious, Incident over the display of n foreign flag In the United States should serve us a reminder of the rule of courtesy which la supposed i<> prevail in such mat lera Nobody bas h natural right to dlsplaj the Bag of tmtry publicly In a foreign land The United States government officially recognizes that fact even t?> the extent that display of the flag over a consulate or a legation Is not a matter of right bul of treaty privilege, On al k ist one noteworthy occasion It has forbidden American dtlzens In .i foreign country to display the flag without special permission. Of course, the same rule holds pood concerning the display of foreign flap In the United States, Nevertheless, the occasional display of their na? tional ensigns by private persons Is s courtesy con? ceded by all civilized nations, it cannot be claimed ?i right but I? baa abundantly sanctioned the practice. Court? -y. therefore, Is the rule, wheth? er Americans display their flag abroad or foreigners show their ensigns In the United States. liuricd Alive ? 'iho rumor which says that Dr. Rudolph Diesel did not end lils life in the North Sea end Is to-day living under an assumed name In Canada would Ken tor stranger bad not Mr. Arnold Bennett ex? pounded the whole thru!?,* <>f such ?i disappears nee. I)r. Diesel at the time of bis supposed suicide bad apparently everything in the world to live for. As tin? Inventor <>f a n?'xv engine of farreachlng posai bllltlea he could look forward to years of fume, iperity end scientific labor. Why Bhould such a man care to slip ?iff his life iin?i begin ?Hi over again, without friends, money or fa ':??'.' a mixture <>f shyness, boredom and en? tangli ment accounted f"r the content of Mr. Ben? nett's hero xvjth ;, fresh start Plausibly, too, we think. Such discontent crops up once In ,*i while in the best ordered lixes and the most successful. Spring Is a likely season f??r ii, when all lies, bow? ??xi-;* dear, nave a fettering quality thst makes ;i plunge ahead, alone, *-?-?- t 11 very alluring. Add to ? motion a chsln of obliging rircumst.es and the leap i? essy enough to conceive a temporary mental derangement wss suggested bv I?:-. Dit el's friends In explanation of bis dis? appearance. Thai may be tbe truth, whether the ? ' the present rumor turns out lo But the derangement n.I be no greater departure from balance than can come t?i any h-ini working cltlaen with a losd to ? ???irry and the ices ? ',. iff, ? of th? B .moss storm of t??? ? ntj ? , i well to c? mini morste ti- it snnlt i yesterday Modern ennali ? ? record <>f f.--.\ more : ' ? ... : ? .< nt of n Prol I [ | '????. i ?m' nl m .. juice l.'i-.v S| ? ... f ? ? . ground!* . 1er < . tSI ds ?.ful rni.irr I ? BV? '1 I k.i Isatis*1 it? vlndlcstsd. The Conning Tower DEDICATION. TkU CoU/um to 1?i" Drar Old Coll. Is hcrrby ftrijiratrd; U-r praise tie KfteleM to rrfol? rkto Oolyum to the Dear Old Coll. it. a. it u\, the Ueight of ttV Ly, cm ?bovo Pee ttatrd. 1his Colyvm to thr Dear Old ColL is hereby </< Hcnteo\ n. n. n. ?h bear that baseball is being played on ?to?-** | We'd say a nexv way of potting the paine on Ice, only we aren't good Dodgera. Which luggesta being In a dotard mood?that vrei hope Harvard won't use the poisoned needle to sew np the series this yenr. B? st P. A 3USH-I.EAOUB COLUMBUS. We saxx this printed In The Vnle Dnily News: To the Editor of The News: tM _ ? _,,,.,! g r [| ..,?., rlbed to the "Oldest Cr.l!r?i-e Dally" ; for over thirtj reara sad i have never yet discovered if mistake. Then xx.? ?..ixx* these: i,--1 the many interests of his flx-e-yeras* life in th's I I \ . The Press compl 'ri arrsagsmaaita for the ??H.h "f ?i Spnai*h > ditlon It?, ? . ? . -.,,r to aee th<* roaches setting ng for men to '?' ort xxiih. In ist :,,- s ompenied the expedition in soar?-h of tout Lei delta. If. r? F. "Nexv Bid for the Cubs.'*- Times headline, Looks as if our exponents of the national pastime were ..- their troubles frith tin? servant question, too. R. F. B. I Hi: 1VHKE7.E AM) THE SOXO. (Apologies te Wad. Laagfellow, Fowdoin, '2S.) I breathed a wheeze Into the air, It pot a lauph I know not where, I'ur f-o ephemeral find checkered Ik the 11 fo of a wheeze writ In The I'ecord. i I wrote a son** without an air, It touched some heart I know not where, For i. ohiH, ungallant onurl, II ; ? send The Record to my (ilrL Many, many cycles henee They'll crack thai wheexe a! my expense. And the song, forgotten since last June* I'll find ncnln in tho II - "Lampoon." ?? ,. D, If. P. Tha book li spicy ".rh the author's ?HI and raerrl? .:.. t.. i; \>. the reader both entertainment i .'. ? on. Book Newa Monthly. If for no other reason than Chat it is hoth hiimur ous and funny. H. T? WHY RECORD EDITORS LEAVE COLLEGE. "Are you really going to xvrife that column In The Tribune.1*' "Ii be going i" lei yon say Jini what you want t,r il.? um have to look out for his advertisers?" ??Is it going to bave a P^pys Diary?" "i don't believe you can gel away with it nn ess, ?.f ?nurse, be helps you oui a lot" ?'Are yon ein.- to print i"?'ai stuff, or Just be humorous?'' "i should think it would ''"?-t you a lot; taking all the Board down to Sew STorfc like that" H. K 11. We were the Brat that ever burst Bin masse into the Colyum. m r? f. f't I? II.Fx of THF. HKIOHT f)F TIMBLINI ! Proa U ? Hristoi <c' > pn ? - - ' reception ef 82 new men era ???iii of 28, r ? ; at on? time la recent reara If i er I there was -. Isrgs attendaace,' Dt runs en "The ales \\'i-.o was a' : ? i ene I _ <: a. m. among otbi Texas leaguers that roll thro' proof? readers' gloves Into deep outfield are: President Taft of Tale. Governor a. t. Hadley of Ulssouri. Frsnklyn P. Addsms n. R. n. THE MINOR POET TO HIS LOVE. N'o. I shall never praise your chsrras in sonsr, N.ir t?> my lyric lute 11.y sighs express; Tel do not murmur that i do you wrong ? ir ?"\ ?? you i Rsther i fear lest, when these lips are <"i;nih, And ti.li my mortal body long aluce hearsed, V(?-;r name ahould on the Upa of men become I i blng accursed. gor aoma professor, yel unborn, whose Mne - i. : be some C course, grubbing deep, remote, Max- resurrect end to his clsss sssign The thlnga i wrote. Then, had t sung In verse mj love to yon Bach student ss be resd with mind alert M-- paaslon'a uttersace, would ask, "Say, ?x ho Wss this h?re skin V" Bo, desr, ,f x..u burn not these words ?if mine, I'M think that you are careless ?if your name, <>r. worse, tbst In my future you <i:\ in? No hint of fama a. e. c. iii-tvititv with i.i.k.ii hint. "Pass this wheeze," i hopo you'll say, Handing it the joy..us High sign, Deputy of r. P. A.: Go on, pass the stuff that I Sign] Psy it's rotti'i), say It's 1ml. Sav it's worse than Slilton oti.>.?se, : xxou't kick if you'll bul add "Pasa this whence." c, n. A MAD MARCH MADRIGAL OF HORACE. Written xvhen. as n Student he IBM all dr??fi?i?-d up arrl had no pisca to go. ?l'irMi? tOtUPt gOi? a ??am hi'.niii Or"-.-,, m h What shall I do now thai Spring hax come round! a g.? i n I I've -*ot DO c:rl I can co (?ut and see? DaiTydila blossom ?rid handorgans sound ?gain. Summer is coming, but what's II to me? '. you what?com?* on up to thr* room with m<*. Bringing a couple of ieliows ahm.;; : i ,i while <??! the grape's mellow Monm with me? Let the cork': poppirn, initiate son**. Others may ptate of distutbatices national, Busting of 'rusts and the Mexican siioxx ? it"'1" pass lb* evening In manner more rational_ Kernen ill, ire we downhearted? NOi Eis Kai. If xxe WON llu- Lampoon, Which [buslneea <'f f'T refitly ihankli.-* ?"ir ???1 xxe urn QOt, wo wouldn't :s\oji worry about coding tbla Cotanna Collegl? f ? T W i. ?. t >.. 111 rl simply arise In ?mr scuts nnd ling *. "We 11 light foah tiie miine nf ILihvnhd. rwi flae Utkai icMfe fine la p-gheeecY* Tut. Y.xt i Ki ' "Ko. AFTER THE BANKRUPTCY "PROCEEDINGS." What will be left for the depositors? THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN A?,?ggSSZ.^ THE PRESIDENTS RESPONSIBILITY To Him Alone Will Belong the Blame for Intervention if It Come?. To the Edit .; ???' Tl a Tribune. Bii i . Din vai tai i in tl at> lays < Dine hints and anxlou i a i ' it certain aln ^.-- torees are hara : the i'" : dean pot? '?? y snd srs rei ? ?'? tl? e his wise snd humai ? At ? an on i aectlon of the press la to blame; at mi oth? r, i ? - ma le to greal Interesta a*hlcb Beek sslflshlj to i lunge ? ? tttry Into war. Pal 11? tur. s srs drawn by I i ; orters of l Ii nl of the i i ri -: ind that Interven)ion wo ? .1 .-? a,1 s, us and ? ? that It a ould Is n leery, suffering nn?i ? tall a i.itin Kav rican ai 1 * I It a Id bur? den 'i'- nation arlth s colossal debt and ...-ii It a ing penaion roil Nobo ?, : ions stl this. But wi M doea tl, s 1 1 rt of tii?? Pr? Bident's : 1 meant As one retrieara th** history and faeea ths facts of the altuatlon, thla di ^ ? his t?> in rted m iv? ment to n I 1 a him from bearing tho burden n policy, Th? v aeek to make i; ? r 1 1 has stood .1 hty bulwa ? ? I Ma la th? ? As I lhal has with ''??'??' ng a0,? i on the Mexican , : 1 aid t< ?? mad host - .tdei ; far ?-halt th, u and no And now the mighty arm is growing weary, nn?l there :s dai ? hero will be ? om] ? d to the 1 ?of the frenxled mob, V< theae narvoua .: 1? il. Th.' 1 U th Is that ths Ami 1 people hava refused to become excited, There haa been do clamor for interven? lion, -V amall a? ctlon of tl .ind a few intereated partlea have perhapa advo 1 tted .t. B it ths ' - * thst baa ? ? en ??'.- ar In the mldat of all th<? con? fusion i? that ths people of ths t'nit.-.i do not want Intervention, They ha\?- remained calm snd cool. Thai fusai to grow excited la the finest tribute to the good ?-us,? ni' ths I' "!?'?? ?1 r ? ; our i atioi al history Tin> po 1 of t Prssli ni b wsrd j Mexico is his own poll? Those who dif-I ; from him have been anxious not to embarrass him. Tiny ar?* a 1111ns thst hs ahall have th?-? honor if ii ? ; ? .1 . bul they "r?< not willing to | shoulder lbs blams if ths policy fa,is. Th? real misgiving on tin? tail of : nr.'i people ing tin. President, policy i1? ?i';? :o th.? fear that thla j".'..- *> ! ?priis intervention They ?la not ii?- : s Intervention, ;t they *?r?> api lest Intervention 1- th? inevitable out-j . .,1, ? ol tha Pre id? nfs policy. Ami if in- ? t? rvr-at ..a does ? . Will not b?t be- | cause ti?? presa snd people forced tho | 1 re dent into ;* 1 ? ? ? :!:?? l'rrsi- ? dent t""-? S PO Cttj n that forroil the CO .a- I ti?, -.ato IL It 11 tOO late ' for f-a-'. r w r ahlppara r.f ti ,? !? 1 : lei t to befog 1 -? ,? 1 * ?.? a ? ips arltl ont int.- ??: lion, ih? n tho Presid nt ?'?- ' a t.-111 ; if | me di fi station, ha ?*;?:ir.,?t . . car? ths r? HIT I i- I' .lOHNS'T' IN Kew v? ? k M The Panama Lease. , 1 .. tor of Tl a Ti II) ? Blr: v, in yon kindly atata ths pri?e paid n ,. i*. ; ill :. ? of Pan ?ma f.ir the Ca? -i ! !(,?? United if it ?'i. pur? . ? , or la this government t.i public nf Panama ? eertsin nni??iitit each raer? In other ????->t-?iH. did tin? United StatrH buy this trrritory 00 th?- instalment plan? Tins i*" 10 ?f-tiie un argument, sad any? thlng you might be al la to add t.? 1. ? m light on tue matter trill 1 ?? greatly eppre. 11 1 1. IRK BAUNDRRS, ? Bl POO ]? : , N .1 . Mur- h ?,-., i'?i 1 [The ('int* 'i Btati ?- did not "buj ' ? . 'anal Zona n' n th it t.- .'it,.. g to tin ? Panama. 1 be r'r.'.teri 55 r ; 11 o m did escura, under the Hay? Bunau-Varllla treaty, the exeluslvs it?*'t y for a tqai l ?n ; oute ? til? Isthmus sad oth-ar privileges, for v hMi it -.aid f.":. .-i ? -u 1' ?''-" SS? lirsd a p? rpetUSl Ieasei of the ?'anal Zona, foe which, beginning nina after the making of the treaty, n paya a rental of $_o<J,'X)0 a year Ed J THE PAMPERED HOUSEWORKER Contempt I? Poured Out for Tho?e Who Sympathize with Her Lot. To ths Editor of The Tribuna Sir: I should Ilk?. tO Sdd a WOTd to Ii 1 concerning the servant Kiri.u. 1 bave 1 ? patlsncs whatavsr arlth them, nor a ao-called charitable wora f-n who ?are continually talking and writ? Ing about lbs poor asrvant girls 1 have always kspl a .-? rant, and ? women possibly never have. truly are the most psmpersd class v e ha? e, ad they ?re the bsst paid girls. Tut'.- have many privtlegea i?i?;ure boura But they have had ao much .?aid about their treatn ant and hardships ss dornest ca thsl It ? a ? ? gst I have electric llchtt?, elicl n fltel j im < l-ar.er. e*,er.\ thing t orl le, but thi in want snd BQualor In s city thsn t?i . to ths countrj I have lived In I ms hers, so 1 know. whereof I .?speak. \ READER OP Till-: TRIBUNE 0\ , ton, K. V . Maren 12, 1*111 "THE SUFFOCATING FUMES" A Critic of Nicotine Conrede? It? Small Harmfulnes* in Moderation. ^ Bdttor of The Tril i'ully for Senator Tillman! Ths "pitchfork" atstesman nom Bouth Caro llna waa well within h's rights wii?-n he asked his collesgues "not to drive himj from the chamber bj suffocating fumea" I and Ind ??'?'i the Senate to abandon a ahed privilege and sdopt a rule! sgslnat amoldng In ax? Whatever maj baa id against] tobacco, in Ita effects upon the health of the Individual, smoking in public places is an Invasion of the rights of the non- ? arnoker ESven i:' we admit tha 1 harmful, the breathing of moke? Isdsn stm ? edly not I imendsd. Purs a.r Is ss ? ? . <?i .-??..! ;? ? .? I ara, and air that Is Ailed With of tobacco la certainly not mire. ; Although a non-smoker and .1 teacher] of physical et Iture, 1 sm willing to a?i-i mit that some of tin.? foes of the aresd have 1 dntsd Lady Nicotine m.e k?-i * * is. 1 n 11 of strength ami sndurancs 1 have' found thai sbstlnsncs from toba? ?? 1.. . Bssi :? to ?-?? !ura ths ' ? 4 ? ults ffeu? rssthsnfc and rundoam men also make ?t mora rapid reooverj under physical cult-I urs treatment, whan tha smoi?.;:^ habit is dropped, or, al east, redui id to a Bdidgencs In toi ndoubtedly Incompatible arlth the! -1 atats ?>f pbyaleal rigor, .? moder ? tbs ?? si by the sdult mais dot 1 not a] pear to 1 ?? ira ight a ith su terrii ? reformara si 1 ture "experts" aro lid hs ??? us i., lleve 1 a tn convinced thsl the oim-f barra fru?a amohina romea mora from ths breathing ?>f ths ? I ar I - I?? 1 .un Itntn. liste ' ! diiset absorption of t. ? ?.tme ?poison. To reducs possible harm u> ? minimum ths araoker abould, aa much aa possibly in? a his I at ill in th? open ?>tr. When thai ?s Impoastbla there shoeld bs a thor? ough and SdsqUStS Venttlstlon Of rooms Inhabited i>>- amoksrs, and ihs windows ahould bs thrown wtds opaa and the rooms thoroughly aired asvsral Umss a If ?-moi?,is generally ?"aid follow tiits advtes Ihej would probably Miffi-r few, if nir. ill sffeota troto s modsrets Indulgen? ?< la toba? a IIA? UBS Y. B?b; ion. n. y , March IS, it'll. SUFFRAGE ANO THF. XIVTH AMENO? MENT Mr?. Blatch Demand? That the Political Po-Arer of the South Be Curbed. une. 'Vs.- hi n party aas ?? i in th? u naim ! -I i?'?'' it"* horrors of slavery an! men ??ho rhaiel ? i i ising ? ? '?' am,)rit aromen rot? '? a? spaoa . : - : 10 ? ? I Though ti n - final suttrs the el? ? ' ' i . ? ' ?? Ami i ... i." to tii- l'i ? i ? ' ' i Ian ? 10 (M i Keen Is s ? . .rotten ? ? | i i,.'-:'. til? had ::. ' and m the Hoi - meml ? only 191.6? toral ? ??? ngress, and . ? **? ? ? men. 1 ... shown. Hie 1 In population, but ? ? ot ng i Ki s Jersey | ? >n a Is g.x.-n of Coni N'en . ? ? ' "'"' ' '.? ... ? ?a ow 14 electors ere should be a '-^ ntstlon, . Tha national ? should restonlt ' ' v Rl X HARRI STA. ? h N*es rork, Mot I ' ' What "Tom" Smith Ourht to Kno* . -?s ? "Tom" . "I*, dent of in- Pen . >ia,? ?i x; ??? for I ."a-* guprems Court nomination, a?ut9ut told him he would r?a?? ; ||i tha delegates Wh-w did the ????-,* 'i imman- convention nominal? ^ tV'hrndl..?t.l^rttt UoM^mM In :.?" ' ' l?2?fc ?t*? nominate?!'' I ?.?-n't "Tom ?-1 ' .tf| ? ?' th.? lud? . a?! (Tes fo k, M 1rs* '"? ??'l4.