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ntlOAY, ATKII. II, 1014. Owned ans? published Sail-* by The Tribune AWoc?s'.lon. ? sew Tart torgarat ? ??'?" M ?elss. IT'**.'!4..-:.-. ?"? Varaes siogen>, Seeretsrj sa* Traaaarer. Address ? Building. IM Nus??a Btreet, Nan York It gg< r. :?? ?? ? g] Mall, mstat? Pal?. ' ' Great-r New Tor?. . -? ? ? i ? - ? ' * ? *v !? ? ai year * " .,, , 1 >????....... ??? POnSION nATHS CANADIAN RATBS ?All v AND sWNDAT DAILY AND B1 NDAT. ri* month. SI M On? month.? s -., On? je?.-. 1850 ?One year. SUM v DAIL.1 OSIA ? I x month?.. SOT nne month. _?' I'ns reai ..... I ? ? ? ?? ? year.... ??????:??-?:? DAH | - v 8UXDAT ONLY. ? 'ne north. 1.OS One month. .'._. on? ksi. 13.2S one year.' Kntered ?t the F ?stoiT.ce ?t New Tork a* Seconl Clasa Matter. Mail > Th-> Tribune asea Its beat endeavors to Insure the traatWOrthlaeee of eery advertisement It print? and to avoid the publication of all advertisement? contain? ing misleading statements or claims A Salute to the Flag Will Not End Our Responsibilities in Mexico. Prcelden! Huerta'? d?dalos to OsTder tho Mints to Uie fias: demanded bj the I nlted Btates will probably dispose o? the Tampico Inddent Thecraftj Mexican dictator undoubtedly realised that he bsd little to n end much to loss by refusing i complete repa* .?n for the Tampico blunder lie bad already admitted thai I hi robordinates wer? In the wrong m?l tad offcresl a formal gpology. By declining to ?milite tta flac he eould only bops to play for Ids owe . .-rit ??i: the i lolenl gntt-Americnn prejudices of the sverage Mexican. Bui that advantnee tronld tare i*vn trifling compared with the crippling of his re* ?s,i the ?bock to hie prestiste which a tars ?resulted from the seizure of Tampico and the . ails? ?.?f Mexico's other porta Huerts hse yielded to the lnsvitabla Bul In M Bg he taS SOUght tO obtain SOBM diplomatic s'oin peneatton. He Is Jusl si keen m ?QtMn? CarranM i ghout using offences committed sgalnsi foreign Rags, national? and property as a moans of securing formal poliUcal recognition. Carranza tried to do that In the Hon ton caso, and Huerta now asks at a . ondttlon of his salute to the American flag a return salute. Which he will construe Into the ssi?rt Of gs> knewledgmeut of hi? officiel status which the United HI tes tai been resolutely withholding for the last twelve months. Precedent nun hi favor of the re? turn salute, end the adininis-tratiou win probably Uve up to precedent, oven If it thus modifies to pome ??\tent its former d?termination to '?rnore Huerta'* ? laim to recognition as president Bui in what doe- recognition really consist? Pr-ps ??lent Wilson recently nominated two now gecrctarlee "f embaaey nf Mexico city, if they are presented to M?e Huerta Forei?n Ofh>e recognition will have been gtrea in tact, If not in form. If a return Mlute ?rill gratify Huerta anil put the 1'nited States In a better ;?o?iti??n to deal with him and the elements in Mexico ?lii?'h he row representa, that compliment may do ????mothine toward clearing up a diplomatically mud ?lied situation. The groat fault et the W!l?on-Bry?n Mexican tag been that It eomj?la<'ently refused rwognt t'on to Huerta, and then 1<x>k that refusal as an ,_, tyat for neglecting the diplomatic obligations im poeed on this country by its peinillar relation toward Mexico. T'rder whatever form?direct or indirect - \me;ican diplomacy should have hpon at work for a ??ear past, raoat?\irlng the situation at the capital and in tiV northern states, providing f?>r emergencies and ncs*ldonts and '".oaring the way f??r Ihe granting of any demand?; which It inicrhr he called upon to make n behalf of its own citizens and other foreigners er ? ?h the broad ground of humanity. The mismanage* nenl Of the Benton oa?e disclosed an utter lack of ?knowledge and preparation on tlie administration's part. Mr. Bryan ?hold have known what, Carranza ?., going to do before in* started In upon the biir leoque of the Benton Inquest Officially or unoffi. ??i.i.iy. ih?> State Department should have givsag a,, 1*1 m to niast<"-ii!i g] (] ?taping the situation in Mexico lrivfe.id (,f Mnpsl Dg afar off and hoping 'hat things would so I ?-tier after Huerta had 'vnmi K.ven 1f the Tampico inHden? may he considered ? ? l end an erett clash nith HuertS'S government baa hoen arorted. this country's diplomats respond* e? in Mexico remain as urgent and onerous as 1 rtr Much more will need to he dono than has been ?lone so far In the way of developing a genuine and Intelttgi ? -.. prepared to deal irltb the other trhleb are n_?*j to arise as conditloaB slrift Bore toward ?aancial exhaustion ans? an erchy. Mi ?tlaatk fleet In Gulf wsters wsa :1 *-'.' Idea. B I wtal la needed stll] mon ? th" par! of the admlnistrsUon '" '?'"''? montb or two and ha\e deflnite plana laid for iveetlng oncoming diplomatie and pol?tica], well m its - emergent: ea I he New Anti-"I)()Pc" Law. to i ?? f e seed for the Boyjsn bl I Improper u -?? of bsbli f"rn?M:L' drug - ? d '?? G ? i ? . .'.uro tin.j,-, lot on | es te;-??.iv or a pbysk an of flfteei l odlog foi traille He bad a?rerai bouses or ?round the s-ity. it ??eerna, wtare "patient? ?sii?i "patients" i">??r ??ami? to ?t'-t noi medl ? ? ? ? - Ills, but eo ?Ina, morphine, opium extend? and supplements the sntl ? ?? igw psssed through The Tribune'? efforts. ?t protide? ii check on physl Isns, druggists ami era of draga wbleb will meke it tarder ? ?;???? Bend" to obtain bla stuff end easier )?? lei ihe Illegal posse? - of a ? of the liabll forming drui a good law. Oedli fo due I, Mr Co liter, Judge Mwann, and the ? ? ? ho worked for It, the es] || ami tin- |. ?Ah?, null] be enfoi ? iNivd Vessels in South American Trade. !' i ? I ? ?M fa orab ? on the I Mm? Of tl ?? ?'? .-h Of His- ? ? ? I ibiisb ?s line <-r rom n through Hie ,,;" ' ' t of South a is,, i '?? "? that then . ,,,,., I otl ? onverted Into esrrh t] i.iii hai . ? .,?.,) : ? :? i.-ii.T mal Ihe d from '? ? ?. i.i i ? . inieri? i tutu tr?en, Many attempts hare been mads to Induce ? longrail t<? vet? -.?ostal aubventlona In order In establlU Amen.-an Unes to South America, but nil failed, ro?ares? might be convinced, h??wever. bj the success of an experiment vritt naval mall ter? rien thai ii was worth while to put tbla ?'ountry Into do? r toncb with Chill, the A**g*ntine Republic, Cruguay, Pern, Bolivia snd E"cua?ior. it ?will ?'??st comparatively little to put int.. ron mission the mn.?i vesesela designated by Mr. Daniela They tuny, in fa-et, i-oorg than pay t'10 coal ": operation. We iboald eventually bava regular com mercial linea through the canaL Bui it looks as If the ?besl way to create Intereal In such Tentures would be ihrouffh carrying Into ?effeel the novel auggestlon of Senator Wroks uml ?Secrets 17 Daniels. The Century Opera's New Plans. The changes In the Century Oper ?Company prom ised for next season by Mr. Milton ?born, the man? aging tUrector, should enable that ?arganiiation to bring Its product from geo? ?opera to ?excellent it must be confessed thai they ara needed. This Ural s'V'.soii bas ?i?sci???'?i nrakiifeem in orcheatra ?mi chorus which Mr. Aborn purposes to ?cure by the iiiii-<??iu?'ii?'ii of experienced and nrnre highly paid ?horns singers and orcbeatrs m?en who will bave an opera repertory, hn staff of principale, tro, is to be st**e?ngthened by the engagement of several new members <?f high qualifications. As ???so gg tii" plans for th?**se Improvements 1 the decision t?> undertake h s?imewhnt less extensive repertory than this year's. This will ?enable the company to bave lcTi-j-^r and more thorough re? hearsals nm\ so to give smoother presentations. Its first season tuts prov?ed the company to be s popular su?ecess, 11- second carried out on the lln?es Indi? cated hy Mr, Aborn's announcement, should advance it in srtistr* Protection for the Birds Needed. Tha miprnUiry birds of this country have been deemed Important enough apathetically and econom* Ically?and properly no?f,?r ('??nirres?. to enact the Weeks-McLean Mil for their protection. Bnforce? ment of tins statute is endangered by the apparent disposition of th?' s?-n:ite Agriculture ?Committ?ee to ?uit off nil appropriations for it. In the House th?? appropriation desired for en* forcemenl uns cut in half, it would be ;? wrry thing for the Senat?' to finish the loi, and with ii finish the eff??rt to safeguard the country'? birds from Hie ignorant ami the pot hunters. "Oath." ?le-'i'^e Alfred Townsend in the heyday <?f his activities was a Journalist of much ?-tcp ami orlg Inality. }\o was Individual in his methods nn?i bis Kty'e sometimes ran i?> eccentricity. V?'t In his long ?areer as a politI?^n? writer, versifier, historian and novelist h?> held fast to ??ne von- s?>un?l Idea. Tha! ?as that an American journalist should know thor OUghly the biStory Of his country. Ho made a laborious study of American public men back t?> the Colonial pori?>?i. vitdted their birth p!a?e>? or burial placea, adsorbed aner?i.>tal material about them and was nl>> to make them live again vividly in their surroumllntrs. He bad th'* ?wat find patience of an antbpinriau In his ^productions ?>f the figures of the past. One ..f his historical novels?"Katy of Catoctln"- sstoryof John Brown's raid on Harper's Ferry and of John Wllkes Booth's assassination of Lincoln, 1s ?-rude In construction and ??"?atfering In effo-?. Vet In Its fidi'llty to local color and in the nse of historical material !t Is admirable, it had In It airnnst th" makings of the yet unrealized true American his torical novel. Tliis touch har been too rare s <->ne in American journalism. Mr. Towiuend 8tr??""l apart In develop? ing It and should be rememberM for it. He wruh: a vast amount of matter, but put into g great d.-nl of 1t a racy fre*hnosg ,]Ue entirely to lit? sffectlonate Intereat iti everything that touched American bis? t >ry. The Feminist Apartment House. .]??'?;??, long snd loud, will erect the Feminist Alliance as it erects its happy bome. And calamity may be its ultimate portion. A Brook Farm in Cen tral Park would be scarcely more difficult t?~> manage. Vet all of 11?? may live to learn from the expert ment, and much of the plan Is far from the untTOd psth which fit first blush it SOfms Communistic living In all its outward aspects haa come a long way in this concentrated town without any fem? inists or socialists to bring It about The typteal apartment Imtel here contains all the common conveniences which the feminists propose for thdr apartment, save only the cr?che for hah ?*s nn?l Hi?, schools f?.r children, as for these last enter? prises, it !s Tvorth rioting thai Mine. Mont? tin r schools In Italy arose oui of ? precise!] simi lar necessity She organised her House ?>r 1 hlld bood f<>r i!i<? children ??.*' a tenement erbose mothers, of necessity, had t<> be away at work all day. Running any co-operative enterprise, bowcv?er, 1 snotber ai><] m ticklish affair. Moreover, most fem? inists of our acquaintance are tolerably individual? istic certainly as mudi ?i as the nvt*?rage run ?>f human nature And, us has often bet u ?pointed out the on?? real obstacle to all communism <?f every description Is exactly tills ronfounded human nature. which la never alike in any two of u?s. Privilege. The iiiiniern definition of privilege i getting t?? be anything s.,mo ,,n?? else hag Nn?i ??,- hsven't end leflnitlon wrors s,, smiable an aap>ect1 It i~ so con onaal with tha eternal Stn?ass of things, thai it has prevailed upon no less 1 man than Mr. Bryan bim elf. For Mr. Bryan, while travelling the roun try In the infer,? is of peaee, h:,s Impressed <?n bis b?carers that the railroads, the trusts, Indeed, the moneyed ?in-s,.. generally, march under the banner ? ? Ibej t;?ke thai to a bich they have uo right, snd thus roll the plain people 1 '? 1 ? t he, while be tu?-,1- ?>ut competen 1 and experienced mini ters snd .?nui?,? ndon snd replaces them with bis per ? "ii.ii friends; or while be resella st Cbsotsuquns ill?? lime v. lu? !, the country has bought <>f him al ? . fui price of $12,000 s y?ear, lie are sy, does t? .-, pr rllcge. li?- merely exempllflea, In i-ouriigeoiiM snd bene olent practice, ths ?Scriptural profundity t":?f a man can do sa he will with bl OS 11. in abort one 1 pressed t?> the ? ".1 lu ?on thai there hould be one role of conduct for the great fellon and another for the real of the public Mr, 1; bould prea? h snd the publl : ibould prai II s h,',.- m acre be tted down to the observanro ??t hi ?.??,, pi. ? ' red "' prit liege might a II lier ? 1 ii?"H ii <? i.? ?.- mould he lie? 1 losi ? ??iiiiii there Is* hiij Iwtnn It ?Ir Bi an did that : ;i?i o?.in in-. tin i-spllall I ? I I 1 ? ? ? ? I ! ' I I I ' ? |||( ' . I . ... 1 i 1117 The Conning Tower PYRRHA THE FLIRTATIOUS Horace: Book I, Ode 3. '?(,'?, i mulls preeUts tr peer ht reto -" ah rvKBi:am. Who ?s the arrow-collar kid You're playing in the grot with? Foi whom the zippy Leghorn lid.-' Whom do von do the trot With? Hal Get me giggling, while I think How smooth appears the ocean To him, the unsuspecting gink? But oh! thai wavy motion! I weep for them th;it :ire not joe, Thai think you sweet ;ind clever. Spear it from one who's in the know: I'm off your lay lorever. resterday'a treasured Tribune frontpaged ? pict? ure of four joiiy t:irs. standing. The pbotograpb was labs'lis'si "Light-Hearted Sailor* Dancing." The hesitation, obviously. BT HUERTA. "I'loane, Mister, don't ?hoot; I'll M'loot. I'll ?"loot." K. T. Commer?isl acumen is keener in some than In us, b:u we ?know this: we should ni*o. i? hare iiie tu. p. rights to tii^ Him ?bowing Huerta aalutlng tin- great? e--! rare-fire theetrtcal property ?ti the world. MEXICO. Bj M au gugg J'i.ki mi nut. Endlich I am out of tail and believe me, I didn't had it stO r?>tten a time there neither. ! would slr.'.t'irr be mi a w??rvr lat? than this one than hear v ; ?t ??be ha? i:??t to lay when i get home. I want? ed t?i go m the jai!, I luppotc. Hut Abe, you cculdn'l no more ardite with that feller than a duck' : Kriehlmann waa going to pet me out, bul oser ?i ttf?ck slid he ????. Somebody told me Kriehlmann'a h? --. Henry I.. Stuttgarten is ?ending him to k*r tin Irish trade, "\nyhow, here i ?tuck till Werther !?." in?- ? >;:! VVerther 1- in bad, understand me. The rosener und 11 ilting e, erybod). like they \ all elevator-boys. Ihe other ?'ay he k?''s instruction? he shall salute the American Sag, hut he couldn't si? it. so VVoodrow Wils?on ?send? a !"t of boats, bui ? ????n Werther hears sboul tt, lie fays aure he'll -ahile. It's like a bum cre?lit system. When the ..':<? idy ^"t the Roods delivered in their atore, >< U can write you knew they ? a unod t??r the bill, because \ hat's the use throwing koos| monej '? tlie trying pan ? i guess liiere wouldn't be no SekUsglnp hs*r<*. Itk toll torgen. \ want t?> pet hack on the baseball pames and see Reuben Maren- ar?i Christy Mathu shek. Baseball i- a fine game for (?gceni respect? able people but war- is Mr l?>a.ers and lowlifes. ' i i am U rtlg and oblige M. Psai Mil ran If we wet? -.i magasine editor, whicb we may be come about ten yean after we arrive h; the golfing age, we whoiils] gel the ln-'(|s. Mot. ?tory from (?l?I Wait Whiffen, the A, P.'a wrrespondenl a1 Mexico City. THE COMPLETE PRESS AGENT. mi t!'?*? film company's l i'.rb an "The B| ''I'll? Bpollera," Ulla thrilling I manCC of the gold fields ??f our great Northwe t, .f srtrong m Mntiment, la steeped m lier? o primitive fsshlon? inspired by lnc?edloua evils that invest the closing oil? of .? groat conspiraev r??r robbing hones! t??ii of ?'s r"''1 en fruits, snd II baa braved privation? with ?,? .?'!, ever Imminent, day by day or through the long night of the Midnight Bun. it ha- ;:,? txjtter and the brighter thlngi m contrasting figure? t?i ;ii?- rugged miners, in sweei and refining .? ^ ".-i; as reliant and Imperious womanli.i. t?. ?give it Interest m un? usual svayn. sobering and rarprlsfing up II touches the hearts snd u' tlona of ragged and battling men, Mr. sDavid Wallace, p. n. for "Omar th? Tent maker," Ruy? the ofWro stenographer Is h baseball tllbert Mho I? ho ?sire of R^ftlnir only one I in IfStbeWSOB 1h;il lie won't put more th.'tn on,? y in Omar Khayyam. ?II"-: CftMPLEAT BLAXGLBR ? i'4\r Mal<1 of ti^? W?St" ! I ? ? t.. I take't that'*? a *h<* rlruwfr Ars? you of tin? I '? ]???. i. Carrol, in what r?a?" H I'.'-.i-. do you no' Totl ?r ton ?? ta?, ???.* ? Thla Is the town! A Forty ?-eeond street restau? rant has "Sl.T?-fed plsoon'' Rnd an upper Broad* way hotel vaunts 'Hut. bOUM iHmh" WE KNOW?WATERLOO, IA ' Blr: Year's a^o our pr<*?ent rnan?"*:?-r unes] to help open th" mail s Hie day ?.s he sMt an en\ >Mop?s he noticed the poetmark- Napoleon, in. The next iet ter following was Wellington, ill., ami the third - ?/es, sir. you i-, gueesed It This h a true Mor., ami roof i wir. refer you to any standard atlas, W. .1. F. "1 did n??t quarrel s\ith him- Just watched SUd waited." From "Bslllng TYvmorrow,*1 by Mrs. Wll? -????I Woodrow, Vet it annoy? Mrs. Wilson Woodrow to have peo? ple confuse her name ?nh the President s IT WOULD PERFECTLY FASCINATE U P *? Would h lnter?al ? o<? so know thai ?Shake? Ihe '? i: of .v . underatoo : the jo: ? .? i .?? - i? ti? m .,* s-xmtiibblna ' W ?t ? nol r.. m? i n Lend me our ears "And a hither c?i the] ? i the (?aatei r, Tower. Wh?,?., height command*1 su subject t,li th? trole." Trollua and < !i ei aida? Aci I, .-???-? a I? C C. For rh" V-! Quitc-There CTub, ?Cllf nominate? the folk, who bare coats-of-arma emblszoncd on lOtXs-? Butomobiles. Por the mom organisation we beg ?dmlsssion r??r those who bave roats-of-nrms era* olszoned en autoraoblles. Obfirnr? Thoupht? en an Illumina'.nig Snbteot. Kv Vr.u. ! When grandma real She benl lier 11 ??.-?< l ( )\ er a lighi 1i!,r tliiv X?i\\ ni.itlier CAI1 rr I <? li.nul otll te,, I im a Ii^'iit like tin _ Oh, my, whal progr?s?, tin world lias mide! What d'ye mean progr?s! Well, a shade. i h ? ^ < ?i KN0W1 Artie la nnh Tur. Qgggrrn, Rsad ins stirring < r;tique of 'ill?1 Bgattty Bhop m Bunds]'a ha ne A'lvi. ? wan?? de Bergerac had Hi?' ralyumlsl - great ?!<? Idei mi um ?? M Hi?. ? | :.. he .tI.'-I. '.iti i?. ! ? ? ? r??' I hit " \ o / / / \ \ \ THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN "&? &*?f? Public Debate. THE SALUTATION OF THE FL It Offers No Sufficient Ground for V It Is Argued. To tba Editor of The Tribuna, Mr: Wo know from the re .,?<is of tory how eaa** it Is to tip the scales war Rhi-n certain conditions exist. ward Everett tails us in one of his < tiona en what a trifling rircumstancs ? irlmsan War began. Ti-e nations now nre realising, p?srb as never before, what seri?ous busts war is. it invoh^s many pnisious n^ brings sorrow to thousands of has leavea a multitude e?lppta] for Ufo i consumsa millions of dollars?all or wh are n?*?*ilei| for man's uptmildlng t comfort, not for his destruction. W then, should n?)t he Invoked except um the most prcHsjnjj and justifying dren stances. Ws ask. then, ahsll a terrible war ho on the salutation of the Anssrlcaa Hi Bhsll s?sntlm?Mit p ongs US Into tern r?allties? ?Shall ona man, i>ar Adml .Ni.? ".?. have so mu h authority giren h ?that he may, upon his own bring upon our nation a bloody and cos war? God forbid! It Is s?ir?*!y a time for ca! sober thought on?! a noble, Christian se restraint on the part of the Am*MiC 1 DSOplS and th?*ir offldal representatives. JOHN K. JONBfl bfetuehen, N J.. April is, ish AFTER WATCHFUL WAITING A Republican Hopes That Better lim Will Be Coming. To tii? K?iit?>r of The Tribune Blr: liTSspectlvs of ths ?conomie a 1"Sj1 merits of the ??anal toiis COntr VSTSy, should r.? ' ? i I I. :io has eham .-? ol lin? n or other mm a Inter? ? In : a i ? ?. try I nd mueb con fort in tha roseate prospect that it ?\i ? ? ' ? the do trinaires ; <> . ? ? a gov? rnment ? t th? 1 ?einocrat s ? rt ministration -?.hose Inefficiency bi.?i li competency sr? nithout ]>;<!.,: history of th?* country, snd who a ol "watchful ? together wil other it irlsh pe? forman? i at homs ?i ! . ? . th - v orld, Im ig ?reproach upon ua, and mad? It ? ? for the President 1 oi gn M ' humble and hun lllate o the world to pla??t? the animosity ? other nations, ftt;?l so win their Kon'l vil tly, b ;t sotnetlme worth ib-- price snd if thla czperlmen ?viiii n I" ? ' ? sdmlnistratloi . al tei led ai II is with the usual rei Ita folly snd etence, ahould restoi the cotiti-??i of th? gov?arnment?aa II aill? to tl ? Rep iblii an pai ty, whi? h baa for ; . ? onstrated It capacll to gover tie nation In both her domestic and for , . Ira ?? Ith asnlt . p itriotlsm an? 1 abllil : ?' ell - ich s con summation so devoutly wished wo laust worth the ?price of ths surrend? of our sovereignty over ths Pananv Canal to Great Britain, end the pitlfu and appalling deatrurtlon of Amcii u f? B'.-i en petty in Me- ? HOPEFTJL? Richmond, Vs., April :i. IW4 THE SAD LOT OF THE EMPIRI STATE Republicans ?nd Progresses Ar? Urged to Forget Their Quarrel for the State's Sake. ? . Editor of Th? Tribuns. ..; , : |. ? .; ? no p ncei ? a,-.i respe? tsble I > assert that the ? stion i" this stats la deplorable, d!s> grscel The deaceni from HughM through I1 a and Butter t?-? Oil nt ha bssn rat Id, ?Stabsartanlng, tragic -, f. ,. party now In i?ower In? ? r ;hed sa ? t the estrava i of th? pre? | '* wept bit? tetra over the p? r ta er. It d?ed . ? . ? ami nomli Mr Dig, nil SO We WS1 ? I have a bui it, but Tammany ?li.l the bualnees, on the ' per? "in .,''* ' ? . buslnesa for Tsmmany, bul bad f? sir, Murphy waa Go?.r, Mr. a rea) I ibla puppst th? tn i tts victim snd Tammany the ? ta ? r. i lunting waa ? - ei so g.I for ?re Tiger In ti ? Jungla ol highways, canal? ?%nd other st.,??* pi starves. Then cam?? Bulser, the self-orownsd WTIl am ! H? ?*enf?*>SStd that he was the sol? surviving1 snesJinen sf the honest n?an Iti polltt'?. Me prated of his devotion ??? th? Interest? of the common people. Ho ?vent up and ?Josm the .?tato UttSl mar bomhaMic euloglrs on his own p?-r fectlons and sehtsvsmenta But he did not forgSt to enlarpe his own bank a'' '?o-int from the political contrlbutlonaof Ms blindad devotees, lie waa elected i,?,.?,.,?.?? m? opposition h"?i ?Mowed : to he ren' In tv:\:n by SSlflsh political ir.,.irr- ?". ; -.-. ?,- follow ths mlssvsbl? fss'.o further? The wert* has re? ani scorned us liben mecesded Mr Olynn. It an ten??* and anxtoua moment foi I alck people of t;-.e state. Would -'.?re up to tho opportunity man ever had ?su<-h s possibility "."is thrust upon him. Fsir b?*-artanlng ??ords he uttered and a i of relief went up from eager h ths Battery to Buffalo. The peopl? the press srere ready to aupport \ tha reden the e i to ?.lav.:, But, alas! if h? ap Has a patriot, he act? d Has a pel II tica I trimmer I ? -. ?.? ,s ., ? ? Bulxer a Matimrskne ?md Olynn pi-ovsd to b? a pygmj He confu potty poll! lea a Ith ata U ? . -hip. . the pathos of the thing Is, he thou be was being a statesman. Buch parei tly I? "his constitution that could not reco**nizs ths differ? a tWMn the two. There is no more ? - figure in modern history t) ,f Qi] nn atrutti g ? out in armor of Tilden, Clsveland and Hugh armor forged by ths gei the E pir? Btata for men big enough to ma hsr greatness. And th? i resent G ei nor thinks the armor fits him. Ths rssujt is that Murphy, who i Utterly repudiated In New York City November, has regained control of state. Public Bervh'e Is demoraliz i'orniptlon oozes from almost | ps ; tent Oraftera and loot f i? , , ? n b ppad of Justice and th? sa Imlnlatjratlon are soaring altywa hat of the futurs? I? I era a ho - of n ll( f'' Parties sre almply Insl not anda In tha n ? :, i ?V i ? to lv? only ao long as i end. It Is rot I either ths F or 1 ? live, it la essential that t Btata of N? w fork ahall II* ?? i And th? aureat I ? ? < an or I 'i ogi ? salv? party ? ? i long llf? la to forg? t its? ? life of th? atate. [I is at. unwritten article in the fat I? that a crisis develops, pt ?luces, calls forth leader??. Ths I Tho people are iookii : - -. not a ? ? ? rty of*gaalssr, not - ? ? wl ?> by hla a? l th? ? it a clear-eyed, ? ican-soulaa. broad-mind? v ho can understand, interpret si ;?? into lax?s ?and msthods ths \ Ing of pood men and women for cles \t, OCOnoml? Si and protrro ernment In the Btata Tl a Btat? of New York I "Olvs me men to match n " mo Give me mon te match my plains Men with empire? In their purpose And new eras i; their h - And no pygmies need apply? RUF! a !' JOHNSTON New fork, April 7 1911 THE TEACHERS' PAY BILL Mayor Mitchel's Veto Is Severely Criti cised by a Woman Teacher. To the Editor of The Tribune. "< ?:?- i this I ? on t!i. ; I is most unfair. Th for the ? s eek, giving hlghei i boys who wcie not even In th? who had never, St that I a, even de their InU to * teach <*-.- ware ordinary students Pt till ?City Collsgs and why* B?**caus? they are man The women teachers bag, implore, bssesch, crawl for th? alightest advan?cs In th? system, it. 1-e Balai*) I I '^e men m and ths te ara ths s te r, i bile tha claims of -? of the elementary BCboola are riot e?-en con? sidered, even though there are of US These dlscf ? d thOU? Inl lent women to I fra?;e ranks who othsrw m i of it. The M ?? l1 ' ? : a teas .. ' i ?H || ? ths worn It on tha He mual ? oa ?given la neither 1 \ TEACH Brooklyn, Apr! I ' I Our S?iddenly Sensitive Stat? Depart? ment. To th? Editer of The Trtl sir- Why la it tha? the itiri test breach of International etiquette .ad ? the Mexican governi ici I a? a? i a! of protest ?from ciur a Ion, while precioua Csrranxa and ths still more ins 1 Ilia continus to treat our Bmt l>epartment with the R>* and n?" ar a word ' pl? of tho mar . , . .. BENED1 " 'Til. Newarl lot _j FRENCH ALLIANCE MEETS Ambassador Jusserand Chief Speaker at Luncheon. Julea .1 Juaeeiand, the sTrench Ambas* Hados-, was ,i guest of the French Milano? (F?deration de l'Alliance Fran?ais)) ras? terday ?t ? luncheon at the Hotel Astor The occasion was the second annual in?>,.tin!, of the alliance, One h indred ?'n?i thirty?one delegates, women si d nsa, o ?re prei tat, Tin? unbastador congratulated tbe aili .T.??*i on tii?*) progreu II baa mad? In In? teresting the people of tins country sad Canada In the French language, ? feat? ure of in? luncheon ass the after-dlaaer ?peaking In Fren? h by Amerteena not of Fraach i-; ;_t ti or origin. Other? who spoke, beside? M Jusserand, who prodded, were Professor Cohn, of Columbio i nlveratt: . Professor [.?mi? li s marre, suai Messrs. D'Aaglada, i rolaeeau, ?Da Jean, sTuller, Qsorgo, Hep? burn, M.i ???? sind T Ttleston w.i'? N. Y. U. TO STUDY RADISHES Course of Four Lectures on Gardening To Be Given. Nen Yssrk Ualversit) propos?e *? four?? ti.ist ehould appeal alike to fba'dtj raas s/ho longs foi ? garden., and the eom** Q iter who la having trouble aith one Beginning on 'i da Henry Orlsooni '..- one, ti s r. ? tor of t."*- d?partaient of school gsirdans, ssill give four Iscturs the prspsrsUon of the ?oil. development ? ?f eeede, etc. laciuding lustruetlea In eooklng tha vegetable? after the eotl ami f?'''?in in?v<? dona their ?oik M. l'ai ???il-? his . decided U|"ii tin* ruillhh a? tii.? -iii.i,,i finit Sotnathlna ? ??:.... -1 - iiiiisi be ida? .??! in ihr inlnili ??f lbs pupila '?ml the rsdlah, m i nl ?. ??? i pulling, uppoNSNI will alvs 'in i i " pas Us'a t..? ?i- ???' .h |e i Is sou \ n. i ii,- -i.s.h ?.i Issi i, n? ?,?als ?! .? crop I ill i'.?s ??" ? it havs | ii i in .i Ills ???ill -, ??! ? I Ml' MAY EXHIBIT ARTS AT HIGH SCHOO Metropolitan Museum to Considi Plan for Gallery at Wash? ington Irving. The 1 i m Of Art *a i'l , . tn' m?eetlng a t'Inn to exhll srorka of aft in tin? Municipal Gall?-*ry : the Wai hlngt?on [rvli ?-? High s ??? eras dtss rday, fo a luncheon at the Khool, by re? ttivea of the museum, tin? Hear?i < the 1 ? ' NM-rtnen an tt:?' l;.?Voll:;h I'n ' '?lent js ofllrc. Thd-i1 r*r ng the truateea of the Metr?poli t !?? Mm ?? um o' -\ rt wrre !'? pri Roberi W. de Forest, an?) John W Airs ati'ler and i ?snl ?I C, I '? ? Representatives ol tha I?o;srr| I eation were i'r i? ? ?s D Wllsey, chalrmsi ??f a r*oinmlttee sppo nted t<> further 11s? plan; l>r. Ira B ?Wile stud ?frank Cun r.ioii The Board of aldsrraen araa reare ?anted bi le eph M Mannen sad 0 liriint Eaterbrook. Mr. lie P*breet anisi gftsr t';?? neetin? ti.st the matter waa ?tin In a tentative stase and thai ha eouM not ?aj 1 ha' V <?: M h- (lilil?*. Mr. w f.-?.. ,. tha Board of Education, asid h- thought ?the museum'? repre. aentsttvs? arar? ?ympathetically Incline 1 it that then srera man) i>?*tnt-> which had t.. be s-onaldered by tha trustee? be* hi- any declaion could l>a announced "We have bopee." mM Mr tVllae) "that it IStT he SsTrsnged It \m?iiI?I naaii a wre.si deal to the eltj t.? hn\<> iu? Mu su? Ipal Osai lei y -?? rlosn Ij m touch a Its tha Metropolitan Muaeum of \ 11. The ttamp of Its approval would do mots than i,?r 11 . a tl 1 ii'i 1 th< ?.lu BdllSa Ibal II '?? .i\>.? It ., mil.! ,? ,, THE STORY OF THE GUNMEN Mr. Ruhl? Description of Their f. j Receives Hifeh Praise. TO ti ? B?a.tOf Of Tl I Tribune. Bir: ??a Monday I -?ad? a resol. ,0 00 SC?COUnt of the execution of ?,, gunnu raornlng i purshassi a Tni>. MW my Invariable custom, mot, i Hoed that Arthur Ruhl had coy?.?- -, l?r*gallsed murder for ?our pa'p.r giSJnced at the m>t paragraph snd lt'?w all off with my resolution. I read to tha very las? word Mr. Fhihl'a sfroasj IssuL t!?-?i? of the Riewsome affair. I think It Is one of the blggctt thlm? I ? ??.?* ae?n <l?-ne !n a newspaper In y**r, snd c?imgratulats you upon havin? h.? th? si ? rtualty le tel it up in typ?. PTtBaD*? 8 ORFENTj New Yo'k, April !.'. Ifti T? e Editor of The Tribune s I wish to take this opportunitv 0f that, in my estimation, ths sj-' -> relating to the ex*cution of the four gun? men, written by Arthur Rahl was orgj. out ggeeptloB the Mgbtst class igss> pspsr arth-le Which It has been my jr?od fortune to read in mar.- years. I have carefully avoided ail ths litera? ture on this very tlati Basing ?vent, but - < - Other cau-.-d me to start Mr. Rubl'a article. <:>n<-e 1 began ',:, i simply MUlda't lay It down. It has >-..',. ; ' ? -slag a daily tosen of your papftr. and ! am quits 8'.;re taal OthOt m-n ? ? ? ? ? . ., ? * ?Pin ?aniel terarj Ban HAROLD W OOtTLI Ne? y,,-k. April PROGRESS AND THE UNION LEAGUE A Suffragist Fling? Som- Thought* *| These Conservative Gentlemen. 1 -. on Lsagsj - ?ere b) n v . y 81 ah ? ?jo manifest ? ? ? ? antlpal . s ?> ell the Khedive > d, "II shall r.e ? ? ? mtm ; the Manchus In Chli l *? pre? ? li? >3ourbo f <? a !>?'? ii usa for v Irrage sa tasf a f? universal man .-u fit-age * ? i r Lores in England, icy the world is laughing ? i . i it ?s saddening to a? ? of U|" portunity the ?-?Trodlng effects Of ? . ;e iti statt L'aiOB League, a t) adherent* ol . I I tnev fJOs* ?? ?: they now fo eaotsmpl WOtS ?i": I '? t? ' am arrl ti I Is the iioid of an hsss> \ : a aritsr bas i all ? ' ? atui ?1 and never sttiilrla.. It la mon? ? versus muscle, 1 i ?? i Moses, a vei - - " "?? I I fig - ??? the ?Csrssgia ? i ' I the ????rk.i | ?l*B?B ? ** i : , ? ? tits lavai ' ? and T i and antl-absUl -? ? :'I . ' I I ? - *-? 1 The Prevention of Firei. hsavf ? . .. these losBBl ? last risks valu*? , ??We Cf ?,, | ' ? ? .r s i .?..,-??? vZ luled to d?te I ? ?J j ' I l ? ? ..,???? ?.? SleAndroira. ? % -' ) . **** ' OWN ART AT SETTLEMENT University Exhibition Made Up of Works of Its Members ? ? i - M ? . . . Lan h V ever made : -'' :!",r "'" .,??,., "? ' is __tt ? [ ' " ' . ThsPSistM ,"vm-' ? kbbo <? ? ..,,,? ?" ,l..ne ?S. I! ' ? A" , , ?? / t ' f> If'?'1 si,-i h.m "' v ' I :' ' >.?? ra In O* a m ? Bible Conference **?*??i , sonfs i ? "' !'"' v,w., [_. i ?tud| ?aao lotion ? I !"' ','?' ,, of th? in. at S oVIssek ? en an ? Mree? ?III '?' ? . ?- lH iTentll s/