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HTDN-ADA. M*?RIH l*. 1814. 0?n?<1 and pabUabed Jullv hy The Tribune Ai??'>'-lal'er, ,i Sow Terh serperatlea ?'?.i-n m UeM, President! '. verr.or i; (;..-!> leerst ar*? and ? ? Address Buildlns. Ne?. 154 Kaasu street, New York. RIPTION RATES.?-By Mall. Tor".-.-- I. Oreaier ?s?.?- York: | .181 1 t* Tnon!i?.? |? DO Dally ?n". ?Min-lav. ?x ? ? i "31 I . S?D0 I'Sily ?i , : i ? ? 1 -?". L>*ll>- only. 1 ino-?t:i ? ? r- | ytu 160 r^KKir,?,- r. XTKP CANADIAN T.' DAILY AXD SUNDAY: DAILY AND _*?NDA*1 ? ? B nth. 11.58 on. moi 'n . . x T? One ye?T. 18 50 ? 'n.- ?.?,?? SUNDAY ONt.r ' DAILY ONLY ?IS ment * . Serions menti* .",0 oe pee .. t 11 ? <?. ? ? ? <? .* "" DAILY ? ' ' ?s I'M*? a Y ONLY: One montl.1 n; on?? min?h. Ml One yeni. l_,2?|i ? ??. 181 h? the rr?-.?of*!e? at New Tr?rk ?. ?MOnd Claaa M M? The Tribute u?*??? H beal ?ndssvera to lrr-'ire the - rthines? of every sdvertlssmsnt It prints and d the ptibllCStlon of al] advertlsem'-rit?? t* lag iril?U??l'nfr stafmentn or elalms. The Governor's Appointments Split Fifty-Fifty with Tammany. ?SVhen bis leal for DemOtCfatiC reform xxfls iir-'ttpst. Governor Glynn de?r*lared thai the uplift could be UNMured by his on?nin_ appointments. On th? bssli "f his nominations for the Workmen. Compensation Oommlsstoii thi? measure of tho uplift seems to boa ?pill <?f fifty-fifty xxitij Tsmmanjr. Mr. Dowllng, named ?? chairman ?>f this Important body, denies I bal Tammsny bad mix t hin*; to ?lo with Ma - ti"ii. Tbal mix- xxell In-, but he <;inri'?t deny tbal he tod baa been tot h long time one of Mnrphx' n?k and on? of Tammaay'a atandbya whenever .i respectable business man type of Democral was i"?iiiir?'<l fur some public aervice. Dr Darlington bas been a Tamraany candidate defeated on tbal ind ? Tammany oflkebolder ; an officeholder ??ith ? good record, it is true but, nevertb? ? ?n itii Tamman* 'a tag on him. Tho contras! between these Iwo members and th?' other two Messrs. Mitchell and Wainwrigb striking. John Mitchell Is easily tbe t?i-__?'-t and -.?most nan in the ranke of organized labor. H - i ipartenos and his point of view as i labor unlonial w?Mild be valuable In iii?? commission, even If his mental power wen? less; xxith Us mind t" back t hem up !)<? bscomei a man for whose appointment i" Uns place the atate ahould be thankful. Political i.x be la credited to the Progressives Politic- with 'iim la a aeeondary matter, and In bia appointmeni it unquestlonabl* counted little, Jusl aa un iKniai'i.x t counted much in tho naming of Misara Dewllng and Darlington. Politics must have Hg ed little In the aelection of ex-Senator Wain wright, t"". His qualifications were a eoropreben? a knowledge "f workmen's compensation history nul legislation, gained aa chairman of tbe legis? lative committae whlcb fathered tbe liability law <!?? lared niiconstltutional by the Couri of Appeals, and tympathy f?-r the movemem which has kepi him working for it e\?.r since It la u? l>o hoped thai tbe Governor, In naming ihe filth member of the commission, will give more ttention t<? hi> fltnesa for thla work than to his iMtiiti'-a! acceptability to Tammany. The success <>f i his x-ast project depon?!?, more .on tin? men who administer the laxr than on ihe law Use i. for any ?_'i- i' on on thla subject now Is experimental. The Governor baa bad the reiii-f (.f workmen .-?n-l their ramilles from occupational accidents verj nun- bis heart, and U to be commended for tbe though! aud rnerg* he gave i" the passage of tbe law. He . ugbl i" realise thai all progress on this greal mat? ter in this st.uo must ?-?'ine now through tbe work lug "ut of tin? in?.x s provisions, and thai only tbe "igtest men he can pet should be Intrusted with that duty. The Governor, record now stands poll th"? fifty, fltneaa fifty. F?t his own sake and the xxelfaie of tl;'- state he should utilize this last ? hanoe to uplift ihe scale of these appointments a Mttte. \ Merited Rank for Goetlials. That Is ;i logical proposal thai an additional major generalship in the army shall h" created ror Colonel Goethals, t" be held by blm alohe, If he does no! eater the service of thli city, and i" Ispee ?>n his ricath or retirement There bare been similar crea tions in recognition of great aervlces In war. There may xvell be one in recognition <>f no les?; rli-tin irulsheii services in peace. The *v<.'rk nf Cotonsl Qosthala at Panama has been peaceful, yet essentially military. His success baa been largely due to his employm -nt of military meth"ds and his enforcement <>f military discipline. There are many JndldOUa Observera xx lio flniilit whather under non-military conditions tbe i . oui?! ex.-r lvix.- been achie*ed, Certain it la thai la his direction of tbe ?xi.rk Colonel Goethala baa shown the qualities no! "nly of an accompl shed engineer bul also of a mosl etMenl and masterful commander and leade men the qualltiea essentisl In a general offlc? the army. He la worthy ol whatever honor the rank cas confer upen bim, and II i- i?> be believed that In that rank he woul l render aervlces com mens?rate xxith the bOttOT. What I)., the Free Tolls Advocate. Kcally Want? rYi hope that th? apeakera at the mast met tin?? city nexl Friday, called to protest againsi the repeal ol 11 ? free tolls la coastwise shipping pro Tmmtm i t lb? Panama Canal law, wl i tell the public exactly arhal they want. Arc they more anxious to govi rameal pay psri of the cos? of i i iransportaii"!! between the Atlantic and Pacill reaata or more nriximi-, i., ?,?.? tin- countrj snap Its fintrers in the frees ?if ?ifh?-r COQntriaS to xxh..-.- ?bip? piij?- xxe hHt?. pnmiisad by treaty tl treat? ment at Panama whlcb ar? gire i" our ownl l?toal of tl ?? who argile sgalasl repeal talk as n i ?<? xxas only on? possible way i" relieve domestic aping "f Um burd?n of canal tolle. They defend '?' rlolatlon ? - ?nable Interpreta! on of ?,"* H|j P ? '? entlon es II otherwise the gmarnaacnt would have no i ? Using '*'" ' ' " trail? and irlnj- i heaper ifl ? rata ? the tw? ..,,: ; ,,. ..,f.,... lag thai '?'? -?? "i th?- Ha* Paun? efote treaty did noi n i ?!.aata lee shipping und tbal irs ?rang la maiutalulni thai l did, what would II benefit us to stir up enmities abroad ?.y iii ?ting "'i our "?xii contention, when x\?- can iplisb all lbs! iii'i-i fui- i.,n<.| i. |||,.V ,.;,?! ta accompli b without olfendlnn n the least a an- '.ih?-r nation'? ? .?n-i in-1 en oi n- treat) rlgbl If a ? ubsid) t" do D?t**?tl ,'i-iiiii i ,,u ? ? i 'i nii?I till ?h ipule ? aatj obligatloi ? ? ? itwi \s m ? * | ap?sker? al th? Carnegie n frank efiovjfh 1" My that they want what they wast "iily If they rian -.'ft it by making the 1'nlted State?* set or -"?-"i t" :" t am a violator of t t ont it?s ? I he Assembly's Duty on the Police Bill. I 'I'll?; reporting ol .Mayor lUtchel'a police reform legislation by the Assembly Cities Commlttaa re? lieves that body of responsibility for Iti f?te end transf?re such responsibility i" the Assembly. That body is under Republican control, end than Is i goodly sprinkling of Progressives In Its member? ship. A majority of the Republlcani ami Progrea alves fmin New York Citj are in favor of the regislation. By all the precedents an?i logic of logis? latir? procedure tMs ought to be ?mongli to warrant it? passage. .\s reported to th?*- Aeeembly the bill Is acceptable to Um Mayor, who fools that ?ti?*h H Ian* would Ott? I able ins Police Oommlssloner t" drive the inoftviont and wrrupt men out ?f the for?a, ir -provides fot ' quick ret'otrn;iion of merit in the public ?jervice by ' making possible mor?? speedy promotions than the regulations nnw permit II provides for n board ?if review of decisions in polios trial-, ?which will assure each man ? aquare deal. II takes out <>f the law the oourl review of pop.-,, trial? which lia- been the retime and protection of "tii?> hierarchy of graft," as tii?-? Mn-.or torm? ido "police system." (inly with auch a law on the statute books can Sew Vork Citj bone to hare ; ?loan and able poii'-p force, 'iti'* Assembly's manifest duty Is to pass the Mayors legislation s<> that if the Tammanj controlled Senate wishes to kill it the responsibility for thai course may be ?lour and undivided. The Obsolete Servant. Few Americana save the most ornate like ??er? rants, real servants, as a steadj diet. We growl over the disappearance of the old-fashioned, bat? touching menial, bul the Institution waa long ego doomed doomed, in fact, along about 1776, we v"s pert, if en- waiter ;- efflcienl we sre quite satis Bed. Familiarity i-. <>( course, unforgivable; bul 1 that i-? it ran- phenomenon from an equal, and an American waiter is at leasl that (?vor ;n England they seem to be in * tranaltloii stage. For the most can the "id. mellow wrvWty persists. Bui here -nd there, where tho now id.-as ; bite <i?*i-i"'-t. there is precious i?11u- reaped for the master lefl Taxicab chauffeurs, f"r example. The London "Dally Mail" gives a whole column tu the 1 Incivility "f these monsters, -?-?ii" "for a tip of two? pence In i no shilling" will ii"i even saj "Thank yotl Memory bark? thai excellent forerunner "f the ?il'o. "Man end Superman," now so old-faah loned ?n it- radicalism. >? marvellous chauffeur waa ilvuous In Its scenes. Outwardly be wenl ' through ti.?* motions of obedience; within in* eras; an Intelligent rolcano <?: revolution, anybody's equal and ?vith few superiors, especially in th?? French drama. Yon would as -non exped servility from such a complete citizen ss from a dean or an M. I*. \n extreme rase, yes, Bui i< held the germ of much "f England's future ami should explain i" ;iny Englishman why America thrives on the democ* rai'j of Its a aj - The Caillaux-Calmctte Tragcd). Paris dispatches bave not made sufllclently casar the situation wlii-h led to the killing of ?.a?-t'?D i almette, editor of "Le Figaro,'' by Mme CalUaux, the aife of tin* French Minister of Finance. The provocation was personal, although the motive of th?' management of "La Figaro" in striking at the I Finance Minister through in-- wife maj have been I * ? I? polit!? ni. M. Calmette had been conducting ;i furious ram paign against M, Caillaux i.i the h"?.f preventing the passage of an Income t;i\ law. Caillatu was the real force in the Cabinet as well as bead of tin? Finance Department, and as he had pledged himself i" the levying "f an Income tax M. Cal? ; mette and the Interests which ho represented were doing their besl to discredit him and bring about : the fall of the Cabinet He liad been accused in "Le Figaro" ?f various acts of political corruption Bui th?'-" charges had missed tire more or loss ?it*,i , M. Caillaux's commanding p?"-it?on in the Chamber of Deputies remained unaffected. A?- ,-i last desperate stro.:e ? I.? Figaro" published a letter written by M. Caillaus hark In 1901 i" bis it s fe, who was then the wife of another. it contained a passage which indicated thai be, though then an ostensible supporter of In? "ine tax I legislation, was ?jecretly opposed to it and working : to defeat it. Th?? objed of the publication was to suggest that if M. Caillaux waa lns-im-ere in 1901 I he was probably Insincere n?nv. if hu sincerity could be Impeached it was thought Unit th<> Social? ists and the other radical lnoom?> taxera in the : Chamber would desert him. The letter was mitten in terms which might be 'onstrued as compromising to Mme. Caillaux. More? | over, she bad cause i<> believe thai "Le Figaro" bad m its t". session copies of other stolen letters j written to her by M Calllaui before their mar I riage. She resented what she considered a brutal sacrifice of her reputation in order to icore i politi? cal point against her husband. That m Calmette wenl t'i an extreme In attacking h?*r which the eti? quette "f Journalism d?oes not sanction will be ge-ta* erally admitted. A woman could not challenge him 1 to a duel and so took the law In bor own banda. it Is a lamentable tragedy, with wrong on both sides, ii cannot but affect the course of politics o? ? ply, one of its Immediate consequences beim,* the retirement of M. Caillaux, who ha*- stood for some time past in the front rank of French political i leaders Gorgts'a Report on Africa. it Is not m .-?ii surprising that Colonel Gorgaa re? ports the sanitary problems <>r South Africa t?> be far leas formidable than those of Panama. The reason Is obvious. Panama i-- tropical, within l?? degrees <.f the equator. s??utu Africa is tamper ate, from 25 to 8S degrees from the equator. Those buudreds of miles make i i*T?-at difference m con ditlons. On iii?' Isthmus, with it- reeking Junglas ?-? 11 ? i teem ng Insect life, the advene conditions wbk*h were lo i.rercome were those ol nature Itself. <?n th.- breesy table lands and open plains of South I nature la beneficent, and it Is the evil work ol iii.ui thai i- chiefly lo be combated. The Boen have never practised anything bul the most priml m?- sanltarj methods, ami the great mining cor pni.-ii on? of the ?SVltwaterernnd bave thought more of ?gold than ol Kafflrs' lives. 'iii?? li-ht there Is against tub?rculos Is and pneu? monia In lead ol yellow fever and malaria, and ' i fa?'i again euipl i i the human ml bar I has lur.il origin of the trouble. L'ubealthful bous? lug and 'n?-ili"<i- of won are tb( propagators ol South African di i ise and these should he es 1er to "\?.|., i!,.,,, ti,,. morbific Influences ?>f the tropic Jungle . The Conning Tower _______??__-_?-??--?---?------??????---?-~-?-^ o eve* thus: LINKS O.N HSAMira THB RUMOR THAT THE SU1 B1 I'.i'l' -?.* WHICH M CTtONTIOUOUB TO OUR M.v orricB-wiKoowa, tp to be tob? doww, and , BKY8CRAPBR TO FE RRBCTSD U* 1TB PLACA Aye. far her tattered structure down, Long h.is it wahMed, low, And many an <-rb has ached to see That building on the Row; Reneath it ranc the DSJU shout, And bunt the l.affan roar; Bol i' Is-' not ??going to be Around th?**-e parti no more. I weep not for the hri/zhter days And nicht i of yesteryear; s For Chester Lord I heave ?m sigh, For ciark i sho'l no tear. But yp that own that shambling hulk Of other days' renown, 0 let that red brick structure stand: Please do not tear it down! 1 heard th'? Budson Torminal Go up for two wh"io yean; The SiiiLTir and the Wool worth Towers Are riveted on mino ear*-; And ju?t as, whore I've *-o| my desk, A plea*?nnt time i- bad, Tlipy think of tearing down the sun, And 't makes m * aw lu! mail. A letter written M the stationery i.f tljo Hartan Club sa.'S that Harvard men are ?earful of rale' athletic supremacy this year. "We have just rea< the fa le Record's Conning Tower," ?i sa.\s, "and w< 11hink the students must be devoting .ill of their i m to football, rowing, ?.'oif to everythbig but liters ture." Now. we think thai ? Ml thick. The Record'i Tower in our bigoted opinion, was darned good BaTBOIALLl run i h Sir: ("an It he possible that Mr. l'acre, [ike tbt j hush-leaguer In nine- Lardner'a story, was onl* "kidding back and forth"! Wrabt, Eleanor Hallowed Abbott, author of "Sloostly1 and other adverbs, has C*The White i.im*n Nurse") t "like i ?????voy of snubbed doves." intii wmehodj ; (elk us how to snub a d"\e. we shall 1er the simili -land as an ornithological record. i _ nil i?h Kin MMBMBHMf of lot k I ( t'SHRRY. I-" P, \ On? or life's ivoea In tha ?ubarsy la to stand j in front of ?-rim?? v*?-iit or i!,-ini<*. who suddenl?, atsrU i i.n?i looks .?t th? nanif of ?h? station lust passed, than ? .?V.--IV book or paper, ?nd alta upright In sn * - iv sxpectant attitude, but persistently disappolntntsnta I one's rsasoaably srt ir?"i hopes "r s seat, by remaining in ??aui f. o a un'i! ths very sad of tl a routa ?Why da ? :-> ?t. -inri isn't II ths hslghl ?ir-pth, breadth or of son - - othi t/BBDA Si? ' "We an* ii"! filled with awe hy that Ell ISSUC," irrites the Columbia School of Journalism "Wecan -I? in it a mlie." Very well, thoiich a miss Is as g.I AI? ASTRA PF.R ARPERA. [From the Btasaford (N. T ? Mirror-l?ecorder. | A barbsr*a chair Is In operation t^o ni?T'i'- a Charlsa BCUtt wif-kPne Ihr? ton .???-> ri al impie m?ats, W ith a barbsr /-h->p, two first class gcnsnl stores ami a blacksmith Ph?.p "second to n'?n", Hai per?!t1?-l'l claim?? to he progrrssi .?? Thespian ectors and sinpini: rocalists in Boston should see tiie team of Wright and Dayton, who, says the Beacon Theatre programme, are Terptdeo rean I ?a mers. THE COMPLETE SLAlfGLER [From Drydaa's "? '?????. sr i hi Wot fl Well Lo?( ; t i.i.iii'AtKA : . . . would Antony could sin ma now. Think you he would not piifh, thotich he niu-t leave me i .?^urc hr would tick. No? model is allowed to leave the room in which it || made until the corset 1er bas exclaimed "l*ar falt !"?From an ad. Which inspires F. l, M. t?1 diacover n new pro? f"--i??ii "Parfait!"-excialmer in a corsetry, Our Own Travelogues. ??i lasl day ol our voyage l wenl up to the gymnasium to be weighed. In two weeks I had ? gained just five pounds. Now I know what my j friends meant when they ?Faid they were sur?? E'iro i pean ttave] would broaden me. BOSS |_BBBR, UK MAY SHOW IT TO XOV. Please print thl? I -On the chance That It may be geei By the bore W horn 1 know just slightly, Who coma In on my (ruin And sits beside me And talks to me When i want to re.ni my paper. He. (no, wants to read his paper But thinks social duty i Requires that he i>.? friendly And chat of things ahout which we care nothing. r. R. r. PROOFROOM ELI DEKS. The Socialistic Party. Inez Hayms Uilmore. Galllopolla. 0. Blnbad. BPRINQPOMK. in i he Spring* the light (Rntastlc** Young man's fancy* socks pjsi s|i,rt?i Celebrate the rernal seaaon So 1 hurts A BOW. ?I...I ? mi astray on thit e? ? a?:on. "Hooray :' said one of the make-up editors lasl night. "Here- | headline without tango' In it!' HERMAN TALKS LIKE A CONTRIB. II mm H ir.ri r ' M*nlr. d. * At III, Be II iiir.vt?.-. Tis strange (Miougb; oighl after night, for years, He hath pursued long ?isriis in this Tower, Without h witness i bava bean within It, - Bo have we all been ?>fl time ; but from it, Or its contents || were impossible i,, draw ci?nciusi?ins absolute of tught 11 - studies tend to, what COULD HI BAVE saip? sur No i don't i think they're disgraceful! I. L. M Witter it.? nner. Patay Mackaye, Clayton Hamilton ami Barton Bra ley are ?n Incandescent luffragtsts I'.,it fui m omen ! r p a. CAILLAUX. M I did it for your sake ! " THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN An Open lorum for Tublic Debate. NO FOREIGN INTERFERENCE! The Shade? of Jackson end Jefferson Are Invoked. . ,, - . ? . , : lie letter ? Brook!) n, in I'estei tui'i lj. for, a- he stated, what I - I ivlng s United 8tates < xxe i. iv? Si bI C"' ' ? ?k ev? nstioa what kl I nathm would Ilk? to ha? e us ena I consider It v? % f?r s preat nati'.n like our? : ?r.a'-t any laws 1 * tl ild be of f<?nsl\e to England, Germany, .: Italy i.r any other nation in the xx-oriJ. \Xe .I'lf^ntr-to en :!-. .. i I we consldei benei I to the United State? and n"t '?.? . what England or nation I: :r ? of tlon. ..i Pre* Id? ri t u llson'a "f ii>?. English ship] m -* li i mo ily in the 1 ; baa 'i' dared positiv? * Panama ?'anal as .-,' I t? ind without restriction? a; w? own our battleahlps. That beinj? s<>, we ought tn pass law? that we deem benelleial to the t'nlr -I BI * uri'l not ask Kngland what s!i<? thinks about tho niat?<?r. President Taft, whoee knowledge <'. th? law la recognized all over th? world, has declare i that the ex< cj la in contravi ntlon of th? I i ??tv. .\ir. Taft'a lean Ing In 1 surpassed by no man In the United States. Jefferson ;in?t Jackson, the m .it-d stanches! I 1 would nex er give Ii r ? i: resdil] as Wilson has. They would have aland woul l h i\r to prox ? (aims Tin y would n< vei awed by Englai l GEORGE "??. w AGNER New Fork, Mar. h i :, is 11 THE DOUBLE STANDARD As Women Become the Comrades of Men It Will Disappear. To th? Editor of Th? Trlh i ?? su: in tho letter from "C. \ Y." m Monday'? Tribun? s"me *>v-. lei i i pa e axpri l by ? ther a su(Tia-,'i.-it sor an "antL" Bhe ?peal treat traism x\ h n ah? pt that th? doul laid 1 N? xx I'ork :?< to honor a w.m 84 publie re?*eption next Bundaj evening at th?- Forty-eighth Btr? et T ?lone much i" a iitai dard. I ref.-r to Mrs. Elisabeth Towns ot Oke. ?Women are i o'mlng fore -?i ?! ? a They Hre thlnklns their way through A tlm? waa x? hen i. ther? and ' ? the thinking for the ?"nan of th?. home ? ' tlm? ?:.i. pai . ?! In m my nomea and is rapidly passing In oth? rs \x omen will i., com? i omradea "f i, ?i They will ?<-.rk ?id? b? -? Is ? id sfllclency alona ?in advance on? above ?i. -. 'I r.i BI WE RBA1 >RR V--? x. ork, Mr. h If 1914 Advice to a Critic. To th? Editor of 'i i ?? i Pi i "lu n satisfied 11 ih our i ? Irstltutlon .whichour "foreigner?," n than any others ar? doing their best to tain and to dev? lop, and h< - for such right? a? are enjoyed !? thi i" opli m .i ' 'i tain land knon n aa i . . . . \", i.? on earth do n'l he eo there, than? There he wouldn't bsve in. Una ? lltli Irritated b? bid h ex ii things aa fre? speech i nd fi ? bl ig< and if ? ibjecl i I I Ian i should i" ?o Ind t< i r 'he xvould ?oon be trsns ? 1 i" l/latka, or Pi mi. lfiis'- -..,.? - luch - "ii "ii ?i?'e North Bltw rta. "Jus! lias shown hv thla Inti nda la lue! ce, but that ? ally pi? lud L?-s' . . ? progi ind own . HENRI A BOFTER New Vori?. Mai THF. 3IBLE IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS Why Its Reading There Is Regarded with Disfavor. ?? Editor of The Trtl in* B la s constant r? ider of your rpT p~ ? ? orda through ? . - ? tilun ? b 'l Introduced In AI iblj man l 'ox provldin . r. idlng of the Bible in way that the Bib e can be read In the a ild be an ? I reading of it. without any comment or itratlon, and i ?lo'iht that any perfunctory reading of the Book of Roo'k*! xvlll do any Rood. Reading of some of the saying? In tbe Bible without any ex? planation would do niorrx harm to the moral? of chtldri n than good, and li there lion? mad.-, who la to be Intrusted with that most Important work? For Insten?*?, whst will be tbe effect of ? . iwing t< rrlflc saying as ? : ?., Jesus, without explanation: "Think not that I am come to ?end peace earth, i come not to send peace, b il s Bword!" Again 'But I t that I should reign them ? ;. - ild be multip l< ?' Do s e no) a 1 toi icy of such i ? ?? th? n ea lurs s 'i! perhaps be given, and that m that we v.anr | up our children In a re ? i-. But if th- advocates .if the bl Ii n Igton in Its brosdest sense I love of t'od and \oar tot? ee and In our charity toward ? ! then I ther? is a gOOd dr.il : kind of n llglon taught In o*n m boo An gioniafound entirely different bssia tiian one of ?i !:? .,'ion la Of th<? heart, and not of th? head, it la not th? child (,f ? th? child of 8' lence, but of human emotion?, If man were ?? n i anhna) h? a ould not b? ? re? s animai. R< llglon is essentially sentiment No on? will doubt tins defini? tion, wir-, it I? too bi parent In all human hist? n is ?. !?.? talon, an enthu Inspiration, if >'"i >.x ill, but an Inspiration of i ? otlonal and not ..f hw int? .? .i e. Now, aa i lu? eaid? ? ?-, ? ntlng n ?. .i also represan! - thority No t?"?x .a, hon i i g? nr and Rood, siioui.i be trusted ?*.*? ? 11? the Vital 'I I? : 'i"tl of oi ? ? ...n s n eft to tha n? a a 111 of tba peo? ple, i. i??r one, am r?o! willing to admit ni.it Chriatlanit* has become io weak and rotten aa to beva lost nn Infiuenc? over man and that it must noxv appeal to thority to ettsbll RICH \i?n m xi'i.'ixx i:. Elmlra, N. v., Msrob IT, II I How About Canada'? Interest? To tha Edit?? "f The Tribune. sir \\'nh ne foreign vessel allowed t<> it? m our i osatlng trade, bow ? an our veeaela In thsl trsd? be Included In treat] ?xnii England an regard? thi lath? Cai al AMERICAN Uuthi i Cor.1. N ,1 , March !.. 1114 SEX ANTAGONISM When Suffrage Come? It Will End, Asserts a Reader. To th? K'ii'oi ol Th? B * In th..s ii ' * that twent of Colorado that In ths 1 "' wom trot '?' mvm . it ?sa I illff? y mann? ri en tas aerau or* troul !" I" !?'"" 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