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The British Army
, CHURCHILLS ATTACK ON IT ? LORD MORLEY'S TRIBUTE TO "|TS LOYALTY-WHAT LORD METHUEN AND LORD ROBERTS SAY ?THE LABOR VIEW?WHAT DEMOCRATIZING THE ARMY MEANS. si ' l$K by i ??? rge H SmaUi : .?mi. Api il 2. N ? Mi Winston Churchill who f The Arm;. Bg I ,!,.?? i? tl ?? midst of the dls .. m winch Ministers AMI '"'"? Ml' ? ? ?! mo e luickly, ? - w cry for the I Election which. mstter how often postponed? mus? He was taunted with r ms trail in Ulster, and h from an sbortlvi r with troops |n th. ting or provoking the fair to him to ? ich more of s1 - H. did si Brsl :' . SpltSl Ini idenf ; that i< .m i dl to sttl ? '"':'''' '" Of 8 di~ th? li mj its? if ss Bui by Mon (ja..,.< seems to hs i ? eon? once was 1 d< tared not dire? ? i the Army ? ni < "iirzoii remarked )n ti ' ds, '\%as the effort llf a Imagina - Th' n he ;? II bach on a cl again-' ' lera of st? rut sed Bu< h ? ,1-nce ss he slleged was inferential. jh?, ? the Ann) la still Ki pt )n ??,. ?.. 11 hm i... 11 ' -? a, but it i.? tho ii- more profitable for the mo? mei.t Mi. Bonsr Law of de? bsochlng ' r believe it has ited thai the prl? iged in a conspirai j hi ;? pi ople oi Parliament. Mr. Bonsr Law dealt easily and even lightly with Mr Churchill's attacks, a? for the Ann;., one of the most seal 1 ? Lord'fl colleagues. Lord Mot i bb Leader of the party In the House of "Thi ? en no dlsotx dlence of n with the re? i nt or man hi Ireland Th-. ?' 11 troops gem i ? On th? ?? hole, tin n fore the stt? napt agnu nol seem to ha'.c be n thus far much more proapi r? an the attempt agalnai the King; of wl o nt In a prsvl ? iti that attempt the Prim t his foot, it i? mains I? yjw ? will di .' with the outcry t th. Army now thai he h is ap \\ " Minister, ami has fore become, officially, the cus? ?i of the honor of the Army. Bui of \rniy : in think tin y i nd the Ann os ti honor. 11 was conviction which Induced Sir lohn ? i sir 8penc< r ?Swart to re? when the Cabinet repudiated the ? ?! by Minister of War snd them? ?mt upon i two officers by the whole Cabinet to i ? slgnation they had \\ e | to General : ?IS soldiers to a soldier. It lias seen it is only by resigning v. e can \ noli' ate our good faith. it is a purely personal question and are are the only Judges of svhsl Is dim to our os n honor." not the SI t Ual language of two offici is. \t ither of them has word for print. It is the effi ? 'f what tiii v to t1 and their friends. So long si sir .lohn French was chief of the Imperial Staff, so long as Sir Spen esr ; i Adjutant General, s > were membi ra of th i then mouths 1. For similar n asona General 'Joui.- . ment and Sir arthi has made notie, sir John ? i sir Bpencer Bwaii re? nga not from the Army bul from th'-ir Sir .lohn French is ?ill ! '?? d Marshal, and Mill what .i r. "The Bun," finest cavalry leader In Bhropi sir S|..ticer Ewaii la ?till Meuti neral. They srs now hee ti seats if they (house !?; 1 | Upposed they will. ? f publicity has in thi.-4 let limitations. ..? \ci, g sol? ?? the H" ??? ,.; bords are not tied. One of 1$ Marshal bord Methuen: ? v' d ; offii Cf who has the the Army and the : e shook with ps ** ha . mpt to array nd the 1 i 'ommons -? ni a ifi sad God alt for ? ?? ringing i heers s fortune " . . . r Irish friends in Amer? re not iik ? i., ni Methuen ??: dut... ??i for it that to do th.-ir duty srtth .um. ? tuty la i . | '''' . v. ho ?????? ? to explain to i Imag? '' ': wn? up* ra ? ^ ;?? ?) to your Lordsbtpe ' "" d of ail th? ?e Idle but th'?' ertlona ?*?? Army i? impll au} no? el consp.faiy, or sliowlng ItseH to J" ! : ' tool of ore pai ? I bj! if,, ^V""'1 '' ...... i>bn y ^****?. that these assertions are ?King la and by poll It I sough! to substantiate he adds, "by qually wild and of dlsobsdk nee ?>f rs end disregard of disciplina" Then he sa] e: ? is- i ol the smallest Ji - tlon "t any kind, aori or description for n single ?m-- ol these Indi I tbe Armv. Where th?y are not In? spired bj h reckl? o set ure a part- acore, or by a malicious dian Of truth, they have tht ;r origin in com? i?i? te ign?ranos of the Army, Its t?mente, feeUngs, and conditions ol After sixty i ears of servi a Lord Roberta may be supposed to know what he is talking about. The I dence is, in fact, all one waj The Army loathes politics, does not ui aland pol?tica, and indeed has, as Lord Roberta sus. a kind of pity for ths men who are obliged to ploy pol?tica i have always known, and ?till know, ?'i certain number of officers. If the) have any pol?tica they do not laik pol?? tica They care for I heir os n prof? ivs ??i them as engaged i ?n a political enterprise la Impossible. I Certain regiments, it is true, bave the reputation of being Tory regiments. The word no .-ins litt!?- in auch a con? net tlon and these regiment are tht es '?i'ti'.i!. There ere few <?f them, and th? ir Tor; .sin is neil her militai j noi The critics of tht Ann) I era ai ?? of two politicians who cannoi them and the Labor members ol the House who ressnl the legiUmste employment of the Army when labor troubles occur. ('f the first ?-lass I already said enough. The Labor men tell you that the Army is used against striken, it has- never been used against strikers. It has beep used in aid of the civil power against rioters with whom the police could noi deal unaldt ?l. But if it has been used agamst strikers, by whom has ii been used'.' By this Liberal Government, now eight years in power. Bui Mi. I Asquith and hi- COlleggUeS ai?' m Ic , "i"?': to no such reproach, The cry has gone forth thsl the Army must be "democratised." it la a word to Ulm ii thoae who use '?' seem to at ta? h im precise meaning;, it has, bow ever, a hist?rica] Significance. The legions of Rome were democratised till they became Brsl the Instruments of tyrann) ami then th?- auctioneer! of Empire. Cromwell's armies were de? mocratised, but their proceedings were noi to th.- taste "f Parliament. The armies of Revolutionary Franc? were democratised, and within ten years the R< \olution atui th?- Repubiii \\i re Lunder the, beel o? a soldier. These ..!?? not perhaps encouraging pr?t edents. There Is a we) of democratising the Army, and it is called by those who dislike it universal conscription; after tin- German model. Lord Roberta and | others plead for it as nations] sendee. It is probably the only sur?' way of 08? foi England from the diffli ultiea ind perils of th?- near futur.-, lint it is m?! popular. The worklngmen hate it aid the worklngmen are a majority. in any ease II is not what th.' demo goguea of the moment mean, what tiny real!) mean is that th?- aristo? cratic elemenl is to be rooted out and what they ?ail Tory influences are t?> waj t" Democratic%Influences; or. ,i we translate Democratic into terras of politics, tu I.il" ral and Radical in-1 fluenct s. With Mr. Jim Larkin in com? iiiand in Dublin, and Mr. Ben Tillelt in command of London, the full beauty of d?mocratisation would presently be Th.- Lib?rala do not intend it, they tio not know it, but tin- ? stremista who preach this new gospel are on the straight road t" anarch). A? it is. th?- Army is Inadequate for the work it hag to d". The Territorials are not an army. They are the ma? terial out of Which .i first rate army might be formed bj cornpulaor) ser? vit ? -. They are 60,000 short of their proper strength. They are drilled a lortnight m a year. Their creator, Lord Elaldane, considers that withm months aft? r an outbreak of war they might be lit to take lh' field. what arrangements ho has made to Ind n e nn invading fort ?? to give notice of i?*s attack and t>> defer it for six months, h?- ha? never explained, it is computad that a force of 160.000 Regulars could bo sent to the Con? tinent as th?- oft wing ??(' a French line of battle 'o ?le?? ml the French frontier and Belgium againat Germany. When i' bad bean sent, the safety of England would depend on tin- Navy, and I'n- best naval opinion is that in these days O? a? ruplam s and sub marinea and destroyers tin- Navy can? not guaraiit?-?- these island shores from Invasion. in Egypt there are four White battalions to protect a line J.ntNi miles long. Take Kitchener away and thi' N;u- would run blood There are T.i.ttit? English troops in imiiu t" guard Lin?, h * m equals Bules ami 900,000,000 i.f people, England asks 1er Army to psrform miracles, ami the miracles are duly psrformed But miracles are against Natura and ?-ven In the New Testamsnt they are not pennant nl forces, and if the Army is tu be om? the plaything ??f politicians th." mn I vuli ceasi altcgethar. ? ; W, s. Commencement at Drew. -, ., ? ? -. \ ?nth annti ?i ? omn ! < ? , , ? of Dren Th<rolagtcsl Beminary, .-ui. N. .1 . will be hel.l May 17 p. ."1 lauroal ? ???. May it. ?rill .?. pri .c i?, ?i ' -. Profi "r i dm a ? urtis, i,. ?i, the ? rsnlng th>- annual mil - I) the Bee i,. John i-' Go? her, who gill gposa oa ? ? (JOB and the I U I M.? . II will b? alumni 8S , W8M n th? re Will I e I? f tl.' " '?, "ol i.ml '"' ii.e annual masting al the alumni will b? f?;;iow-e'i by a luncheon in the new ., i v. Bourse Kail la Um svssing srlll bs dslivsrod by K,(. i:..% jit Kali bank B BtOChdalS, Oi ?i , elSaS ol '? Tie trie UMS WtU nee' \v.?it.?Mdav. and In the evening there will be Um presiden! ? rsoi pUon The csas m ,,,,,,,,,,. . ,H:, . -i tanda) May :?. win be giren bj Basset LU^wonh Brown, LUD ehsaosUor ol Mew Voik Unlvei ' pHy, Tbg gruduaUng class 1? a large on?. MISS LOUISE CONVERSE MISS WILSON GUEST AT DANIELS DINNER Secretary and Wife Enter tain on 26th Wedding Anniversary. Wsshlngton, Msy i Misa Eleanor Wil? and Secreter; William Glbba Mc AdOO, \\h'.se nan i.i ?;e will take plSCC at >? o'clock, si the White Houae, on Thurs da '-, Ma i .". were thi I i r to? night ol the Secretan of the Nay) snd Mi i i isniela Prettj pr?? nuptial de ..iat] ma ??? ad o t. and the guests at the dinner, whic ? i formal, v, ere Chsrlefl B. llainliii, Assi.-l |ant Sei ?.-t.h y of the Tressurj. Miss Msr garet Wilson, who will be bridesmaid; Dr. Cary Grayaon, who will set as best man; i .? Ass,-taut S?cr?tai ... War and Mrs. klm Idgi. Burgeon ? :< ? .1 md Mrs \ toi Blue, R ? ?!:.:,.? g nd Mi a Flood, Paj masti r B in m i Mi 1 lowan, Miss Hei!.- Bagley, the sister of Mrs 1'.miels, and Misa Ri th H 11, 01 a of ths school friends of Miss Eli si 'i lie dim er .it Single < toil alao eels? brated the twenty-sixth wedding a Of the Bl '!, t.tij Bl ?! Mis 1 ?., 1I1 la Mis. i:., anoi Wllsc etui ned this rnooti in.m Nea York, where ?he to si rangi foi tl a last details of in, trousseau. Miss Margsret Wilson d f rom N?s Foi k last ?-.. nlng, Mrs. Wilson spent the greater part of the forenoon In thi 1 os ntos n shopping district to-dsy, vlsltlna the more im? portent 1 hopa for di 11.is and furniture The sih bt sen ice to be pi osent d to Ml h Eli n' or Will "a to meml.I the House was on exhibition to-daj at s Jewell? a, snd attracted .1 large crowd. The Austro-Hungarian Ambaaasdor re? turned this from n short visit In \ew fork The Russian Ambsssadoi snd Mme. BskhmStaff Will return to morros iron, New Yoik ami Newport They Inspected their summer home .it New] orl 1 >i Psul i;nte? ret irned to-dsj from New York, ?laie he sttended the an nual banquet given bj the Bi Ii Bodety of New Vi irk The minlstei ?.:? vlsll the Baris 1 and Wla in June. Hli depai tura for hli country for the Bummer depi nda on the 1 '.in- ;.t (,f i longi ' Mr. and Mrs Irai da Bo - ? ,? will Come tO tin White House either Mondas or Tuesday, to be present at the wedding ol Miss Eleanor Wilson snd Mr, M on Thursda Miss Agnes Hsrt Wilson will return to? morrow from S Visit Of tWO weeks to friends In Pennsylvania. Tin- Secretary of the Interior and Mrs bai., ?rill be lests on Monda) night at a musical to be given at the Home Club. An elaborate programme will be pre? sented. The Secretar; o? Commerce and Mra Redfleld are spending the week end away from Wai hingt baroness Moncheur, alie of the tonner ? ....m Mit.ister to this country, who is now Minister to Turkey, bj visiting 1er par? ' I Mrs Powell l'laiton. Mis. Robert Hlncklej entertained s dta lasl night for -,),,. ; .? Duchess de Richelieu, who . ending the spring In the , apltaL in the company s n Baronesa Mon. heur, m and Mis. i'r,,i rick Atherton, Mr. . Mrs Rli hard Hsriow, Mr and Mra Howland Chase, Mr snd Mrs. Van an, former Am? idol to Jai Bt father Fay, baron Bl tie Nairell, Miss Julia CslhOUne, Sf New \ 01 k, snd Hem y White. Mrs. Fred? l< ? M. Thompson, of Now York, will arrive on Monday, to he the ? el Mrs Henry P. Dimock for a or so. Mr. and Mrs John Regan entertained fort] or mere guests at dinner t.'-night at the 1 'in vy 1 liase i'iub. There were s hi ndred snd fifty ; ? dinlsg at the Chevy ?'hase Club 10-1 Ight, manj sf them Isv Ing irgi psrUes of SjUeStS Many others Joined them ater in ti,.. evening foi the recular Saturday night dame, Among the dinner hosts were Mis. T. de Witt lalmsgs, Mi II - Prank Pee, Mhs Grsbls, Miss Msi McCsulsy, Mrs. William Kesrm Carr, Mrs FeUOWS, Mr. and Mm. John William Hern y and Mr .uni Mrs. Walter D Will os Mr. m"' Mm Basen Bradley ;,, plea 1 art la-da* Mrs Allen l'oit?, of \nRim.t and New Terk, slstsr of Prlaesaa Troubet.-ko?, u In Washington for the horse Baaae*. ? ?? "Altoona Gazette" Sold. . . ,:1, Pean . May L?The Aitoon? . Oasetts" has bean pun I 1 ad 11 the Ossetti Corporation bM sppeare? th. new msnsfemsnt to-day H.nry ? Bhoemeker, ot \. w ?ork. pr?s , . of the Altoons Tribuna 1 ompsn) ??resident of the corporal on; Owgi ? uii.o,,. of Tyron . la rk .-i.rt-.d-i.i , 1 ,i?, 1. Meyer, treasurer of tin T' ,u ?.o,,!,...nV g irsssursr. No sthst d?tails o? the purchase were made pub I lie. MORGAN ENGAGEMENT FORMALLY ANNOUNCE! Mother of Miss Converse Tell of Daughter's Approaching Marriage. i. ston, Ms) 1 -Annoi n< em< ni o tl ?ii?-i.i Of .1 initia Si"-n -?'r Morga .-?n of -i. Plerponl Morgan, of Neu ?orl ??? Misa Lo Ce i m, ds Fi ederick Bheph? rd Convet e, of tl was roads b] tht young m "man's paren to-day. The am.o i" ? sa noi inei although a few days ago Mis. Conven said that s report ot ths engagemenl wi ? ?! Mr. Morgan .s a aenlor al Harvard. i lonvei a?. th? bride to-be, ia nln? t? n j ?????i i oM and lives a it h ht i pan m Com erse home, in Bat k Ba), BI ? tit 81 1 0 H s ,? was Introd iced to ? ? lety Issl i '? Bh< is a lever musician, an ? ? i. i ia a dlret toi of th? Boa o ? ?p' ra ' 'ompanj Junlus spell.', r Mot Mr. and Mr--. J P, M sou nf th? lats J. Plei i al Morgsi 11 la twenty-thret years oM Ii is thougi that his wedding to Miss Converse arl be eelebratt d shortlj sftt i hi? sradut tie.I. TOO MUCH SILENCE WHEN WOMEN SPEAK Suffragists Ready for Heckling but No One Wants to Heckle. A bout '.' 0*( ? ft?.:. . large touring ir, decorated with the col the Equal Franchis? Boclsty, dros up at the curb al Madison Square oppo sit?- th?- MetropoNtan Building, it wsi fill? ? i with women who t?. ?k. . i as if the] Wen ^"ins- t.? start siinii-tl.ii.tr. and tWl stepped towsrd them. "i )?? i ou ? 'int us."' ?akl on? <?f them "W? have a |- runt to 80088 "Then ws ar? at your service to h?l| you any wa. we can," one o? tl COatS said. "Well, help Ua to t'?'t a crowd." sai' Mra Frederick Nathan. ".lust Btsri ?n and there will be i crowd snoii enough," the patrolman re? plu -I. looking over t ? as In tht park tilled with men baa the i So they started, and if the) didn't get ?i big crowd they got an attentive on? In fact th? silence was so continuous thai it made the speakers nervous and w-h? n ths s?! oratOT) was over Mrs. John Cos gravs roas and Invited th? audience to ai k questions. But still stience reigned, "In England the suffragists are used to being heckled," she said. "If you haven't got anything M sa] w? will thlnh you are all convinced w? are right " Then a few ttml : .-..??? ,.-,.. : of a non?controvsrslsl sort, ami the worn? sn'snswerod them In an unargumentativ? way. The othe . ? wert Bi Marsh, MsthSW Bgris, Miss Nell B warts, Judge William ?l B'ood, Bpencer Miller, who api-i arc ' aa "th? future man" In th? hurl roffraff? parade; Paul Douglas, Ed? ward O. Parry, Jeanette BsmlU sad Mra . BtsbMna Wens, the "lady cop" from Los \. GERMANS TO AID THEATRE Plan to Raise Fund for Play % house Endowment. Prommuit Germans in the ?:ty have or? ganized a COSBSnittS t, Which will meet Thursday afternoon at ths Hotel Aster, to make plans for raisin?; an endowment fund for the German Theatre. In Irving Plat a The theatre is in a prosperous con?JJ tion. but a fund will i::ak?i H BOSS.) ? buy - ' ? ? ' -- ttimas l>atvr publk meetings will be h?l?i for the same pu: ; Those on the eornn Karl nudolpk Erteloh, Prod I Flsltmsnn, Ju? ins P. Meysr, Adolph Pavanstedt ana Hugh Rt - -? -? WILSON NAMES CONSULS President Selects Men for Posts in China. Wsshlagton, Maj -' ?The President to gS) " minatad the following consuls: j Paul Jameson, of renne) lasnla (new Interpreter and vice ari?l deputy consul gsasral at Hankow?, at Arming. China; l-Mwin L Neville, of Ohio (now consul at Antun*?, at Tansun. Taiwan. Willys It. Beck, of California mow ? b?nese secretary to the legation to ? 'nina), al Talngtau, ( 'hi?a Albert tV, Pontius, of Minnesota mow consul at Nanking*. St New ?hang. China. i i arles 1. I. William?, of i?hio mow t-onatil at Dslny), at Nanking. China; A'bilph H. Wllliamaon. of the Dlatrlct of Columbia (now consul at Tansul ?. at Winy, Manchuria. I MEXICANS SNEERED AT ?. S. WARNINGS "Waiting Policy" Regarded as "Bluff," Says John Hay's Son. HUERTA'S NAME WILL LIVE MANY YEARS Americans in Mexico Asserted Wilson Was Causing Un? necessary Ruin. I rritt ? ... .r.ite hiss "? : ow the " "arsl rail -, gardsd a Mi i t. ? by the herb ? .. \.. BelBUn -a ritten just e the ? " train which isl to "Ho, Week hae psssed, in- many life 1 ..-.'. . . iin ; flflgy cere? monj . rsomel iugj Uva erben seen Iron- i the town baa ?isl actrrli r. profer? ?? over for ? seas..- one a ? public In? terest to : ? tlon but It awakens ver) ttli ? Itement In this -, osl i - llttli m I ? ? ofotd. i u the flrsi ri., . the explans inhere the great majoi - ?? U to saisi ?? i lions. Nothing csn an srsl snthustssni except the Imminence ol foreign invasion, i.ini the \i-\i, rrtvsd I I conclusion thai thi I aatenlng attitude ol the United Btsti ire Muff "The ol hei resso thsi the average ? .t'/.i n does not ki i a tat is si tssll t ~oit.^ on, sa the nea papera an tlolled ? . BOIS . . . "TI ed w?th rui fur near!] a week the government i Buccesaful r ? ? positive news Torre?n retal CU] Stlon, anil v . ? ? the , om plete ' It wsa hopi d thai it would he retaken before It bscsms knew n m Hi rii o City tl hsd lated. Eh en ? known here abo hap? ? 'i H.iil to "Muy Hombre." tow . sboi a all the reel In Importai that ' ? ?wn old Indlvldusl of thi humblest stock, ?hose feme, notwitn? standing hli fault . will go dos n tl the | e.iis as a man mi. homtn .' who put* ni ii splendid i ? ? ami Bsrht with all the odda again I him, "Thi ough y.i. k ? ? nges ol tss Deps tment of 8 ? ? i that ; Ictoriano Huerta wa - a very cunning old Indian. Bince then he has fc oved bin s cunning Indian. Hi has shown thsl ?? ? e .nui forbearance, whi n ii i? to his sdvantagi to forbssr, as well a- courage snd perslstencj -^"t i In spite of sll the epithets which Mr. vl I son hss ;i en :it to best temper o its irdli, and thi that he has made no BPPSlllng ili|iloniati. u sour? ?? of dtaappi Intment to Wsi ton. . . . ? is thi Impression smona the Ameri hera thsl I a ? , .. ' .hi-' obstad in an ut.reason M I in r CO ? tribut. .1 largel) toe rd Mr Lh d'? de part re from \ ere ? !rus It get i ome to wati h and wait, It tha which me ? sen waiting so man. appointmei l H rd to predict ? omina evenl Mr. bind had waited two months longer ? ? aast ?ed. The Importan i of .... place m the Internstionsl tugo' wsr csn s arce!) be exaggerated. H tu ra lalntng strand arhksl hold d loi Uc retatloi two ntrlei r her. Th- rOQUll I ?? pet -.i arly dlfacult to fulfll. Hi - . ted to reflect on Huerta the disapproval ??' ' " " govern? . ; ? and nt tha saim tune ta present to him requests which could onlj grant? d ai b Kvor. a b ?' sr of Americsni owe theii i ? - sot al liberty to the effort! i, Shsughi could ha? . ui. ,i their i ? lee ?? fi Jail if he had not '.,.. n .ri i rms of friendship with ?ha Mexican President He '..as handled the ,';un with tact snd discretion, and f by illness or otl ? were forced to leavi ai this tin ? ?? ? ? ? ? ?? a genuine i ala Mexico a Land o? Chance. T ? brosdmlndod Amerl an here s that he cannot expect the 1 tad Bl riflce tl ?? millions of .?.'! lars and the live* at mans American ? ?; ? . proti ct Btsrssi Mexico, lo- arss aylng s long shot he put his ? B I i Indian com nnlng big stait ., and 'i the mm country troves ? mate In the i take hie loss? a "'.rue sport." Bui the "true sport" ? does obje t if he considers b.at the g st which falii). In Justice to the Ami ricsn busta i mas in Mexico it must I BSM that in has not aemsadtag Intervention, except a? a disagreeable alternative. What Be ? ,.,-r, objecting to is Mr, Wltaon'a : Of tearing down the whole finan la; 11 in order to break the ? 'it now in plish lng this success! any doubt, but at the BBSAC time bringing on the ruin of nearly all Ameri ans .' .n? here, s misfortune wbi< a ? B| Armed Intervention t>y the t"niter. Stat a ?("Ms i" a the ttltll lion. Mex? ico has proved that it is ineapabl* o? 'restoring .? petmsnenl pesce iinasslstad and it i- believed thsl It srould never consent pssi sal don of Amen an fsSCSl agent and American arm : olli. ? ra MSB] web Infoinieil Mexicans, BB well as foreigners, contend that a oorrt Maed mediation of the great B-eSjrsra would bring the various contestants to terms. But it doe? tut a; ??ear that the ITSfttSd States has any intention of throw? ing over its hist,ui,? deetrtae and of ?n. viting Kurope to assist It in a joint move? ment against the warring factions. If the }?'??!? ra1 .i.mv BBSSBld be victori? ous on all sides It is hard to imagine ? at asa feras of dkaspproasl the attitude of the United States will take Psfttass the i hief of our State liepai tment,, tn hjsj I blissful Sptlmlsm, la hoping that if such , an event occurs Huerta was Bta "f 3,>v and that tbe ?situation will s. BBS ttaatt m dlly. If it is not t'-e intention of the I'r.itei '?rvti:- the task which our ;.it??rnal government has taken upon it? self is a hard one to solv?. Mr Wilson s :d Mexico Is possibly that Of a BBBa who takes sections of at lt-ast fSUC distinct picture puizles Bad sits down \o Uaaa into an harmonious WhSlS, thinking mat by eliminating a single Urge fragment the other pieces will fad tno place. if this hi what hs is lijtlag to do. it a) ? -? the asaaseti f the schclar Off the heaven-sent virtue of patience will aval! hun .11 UM end. v - :v.r.>c Ti.ilian republic,'' compos, 1 of trre.-onciiabl* e.<-:nents. cant be i .rned into a ??arden of Kden by point - B aSgSSStk f.tiger at the inhabitant. r. tailing t'lcm t observe ths Beoossi - .ent. ARCHITECTS ROAM FOREIGN FIELDS Columbia Men Show Their Skill Along Other lines of Art. An esJtisttlen Ulastratlvs <>f what ?bu snd students of the Bt hool of Arel tacto is do In Ul ' 8 rk ether than desSgnlag houses and drawing up apeelncstioss was d on v|. w v.sterdav in tin- AVer] Librar) it IncludM more than three hundred pslntlngs In ? > i and water color . .?w 1, popular!) as ths Colu Dlgrt - The ? shlbil is m I Ighoul this 1.ith. James Munroe Hewlett has contributed a numbsi of largi canvssea among which die. 1er the mural ?1?. orations ? 1 the Carnegie technical schools Pittsl rub Mr. Bit wtstl i''-1" shas s H ? I ? I .? Bh a. . stuilb ? for the rj ui Msud? A'lauis's production >?f "Chsntecisr." as well as stashes for ths Venetian scene In ths "Ran of the Pine Ai is given 1 the Boctet] 11 Bea ?-Arts Architects last wisti r. BSOr Austin \V Lord, director Of . th- Columl la Bel ol of Art hite? ture, s h<> lesionad by th? government to . ? ;i'.- Bovernm? nt bulldlnsa ab ng th? Panama ?'anal, exklbita s water color of . . Prof essor Charles n. Harrimsn, Msurtc? Prsvot, Oeorgi it. Pord sad Arthui Wan are .o^<> 11 preooatad. .mona tl eradustei - an ? - ... w n. ,m A 1 ?> Jobs A. Tompklns, Julian 1 laroi Lsvl, E. E i laimigiu 1, E .1 M 1 Mai and Roget H. Bullard ? 1 et? hlnga b) \v. 11 Butterfleld and pen? II akt tt hi 1 P. Casx y. The underi ? m ks lnclud< Jai ?es 1 ' ry w llaon and Tslbot li.-.mlin, son of Profeaeor A. I?, i' Ham? tin. An annual 1 shlbil of this k. - talked of. DR. ANNA SHAW SUES R. R. FOR $25,000 Suffragist Leader Wants Dam? ages for Injuries?Woman Her Counsel. Dr. Anna Howard Btutw, president ol the National Woman'? Buffrags taeocls tlon, Bled a sull Bupressa ' 'ourt ast< ?da against the I-? high i alle) Bail road, the Central Railroad of Nee Jerst ? snd th?* Pullman con 1 ?- .",' dam cltlng injuries sustained P"ebrnary 1:;. ? dipped from s footstool In alighting from s train. The suffragist writer and lecture! that she suffered injuries to her foot. ankl? and shoulder, and thai the?,, as* rill b. permanent she apent a ,nd ?'H d -"i', large unts for med??ui treatment, 1 having suffered miiil pain AlSO the In? lurtes bave been responslbl? lor loss of Income. Hertha Rsmbsugh ;: counsel foi 1 ?c Bhsw, FIRE ALARMS WELLESLEY Zeta Alpha Sorority House Damaged?Girls Save Relics. Ii,. '?|i gra ? rribun? 1 Boston, May |, - Another Bra ? are threw Wellesley College ?nto a turmoil tOOfl tO-day when the fire dan. ?if in?' Xca Alpha Bo ? ' ding to th - extent of about 1200. Valuable furniture was removed from the building by the girls before the arrival of th? fir.- deportment Miss Helen May, of the senior chu many trips saving pictures, sorority !? lies and other valuables, blase was discovered by Miss zu si Kei nod). s Junior, who ? phoned an alarm The Zeta Alpha is . f th>- most select sororities of the ge and has a membsrabi] ol about one hundred. STURGIS WILL FILED Former Fire Commissioner Left $5,000 Estate to Widow. The will of Thomas Bturgas, former ' -..tssioner an?; former Crrll Ban - . aei. a be died on Febraai .it Eastbourne, Ki.glur.d. was tiled :n UM ogstee' court yeeterdsy Hs left sea .??'. -". ail ?n personal property. The will leaves the entire eatate to the .vldow. Mr. Sturgls, who was long Interest ad in politics In this city, was a neSBBeff of rsl clubs, atneng them t'.<- (Jalon B?-agu?-, the Sew York Athletic and the Century AaeoeiaUon. He built the fl^st .? rn ten<-ment houses in N iW Tort City. He was appointed Civil BO-*? m * Comntlassaaer by the Ists Mayer ng, who later made him Pire 'Vil missioner. OBITUARY. NANCY ELIZABETH MOODY. Plymouth, Conn., May I .Mrs. Nancy ibetk Moody, anew a a3 the mother of the Woman's Christian Temp?: I'nio; .: Ccnnectl .t, died last night at her home In PequabUOk. Hhe was ninety years old A tractured hip was s con M o* death Mrs M liesse?! 1 -??minut?es of the General Aasembly Ir? the cause of re? strictive ?trisa Icaislatlon. she was the nrst woman t?i be invited to preach a sermon fn m th? pulpit of th? Centre Church, Hartford, it was her cuatotn lu addressing legislativ? committees I ? hold m open Blbl?? in her hand. Two ind a ?laughter survive her. ? OBITUARY NOTE. Till-: RKV. CORNELII B Y BTOW 1 ITTii. a wide!) known lreahyterian min? ister.' dieil yesterday ut his horns ln i Scotchtown, N. \. "THE PRICE" REAL DRAMA QUESTION Municipal Theatre Problem Dis? cussed at Luncheon of City Club. I'm BUSSS of a municipal theatre ami the BSaasst that BdSUlBUy of a ouy BWaSjsread thesir? ?as h legitimate i>art of the ? rk of every cltj club Is the land were fssjlaree sf .1 speech b> w alter Prkshaed baton \eaterday ?t a drama ? s BjtVBB '..v the City Club. Mr. Bastea BBSSisfed that no good plav . fail 'or lack of ?n audience if prices srll u the rasage ai Has people snui he "The reason \., MSB t have great multt <.ng down from The I r.\ tip frSBB the Kast Side hi BSSSJStl >oir ? - | ..>e saseectsttve sisileaei s ere tad -. lissas I . SB'I SB Veeple don t go to motion picture theatree seeau?e the) '.ike th'-m better thai wel-acte.i. well-? ritten drama The| go bSCSeBB they can take th. c wives ami children Sreek, II ere aten t too man) children. "The answer t.> tala praMesi is" t m drama uplift B) di.i . . - M anv iintur of the '..:t The BSSWSf is In a re 's. As 1 ihm t - ippose ths Ihastrtcsl msnsgeis ess ?srj ana. aaovrd to reduce prl SS as .. itdtUOBS are now. It gets down t,, a subsidise) itctsnj theatt e esse time there is ses s ask ' ? ? , onsgan ..t Northampton, Ma-s The theatre la os ned sj i ? uni the ?!' '??' u asa ; ui. son ..f the mas ? as i a. ?! ? - lata sss >? $$?; as intei m gres rats ? Is I lesson eras eel to Mjsbs nad now the voters have decided that Is I ,!i\ defl. It Is tn he paid In the un Und of a theatre Is the Basasse sa drams uplift and betl i audiences." Roland Holt, who presided, ssM that if the city furnished - -<cii *> ssphsay con .. ere was sver] reesss whj It sh. r n - ? . ..pie got the beaefli of goad stays, Misa Pom La ' a* i. tte end Mi ? a Mtai b. at, of l Mal Ulso s|?iki DIED. Ayma Mather, 1 .mas D H? kei Mai Ins Stnoj M. Heers, s.m, iel A kford, I ??? n ^ Colell, Kds rd H Re d f> i1 Id I Kmott. Charles 4' Sedgwlck, Henri U bras, h ?b fui.i i ' ' ftoodd . ? Wni h Cyrus B Manning, Jessie E Tweed) Edmund AYMAR s iddi ni In N'es \ orfc Ctti on Mav -'. IB14, JOS? A) m.ir Soil Of the lata Augustus snd /?? obla Luces t) Intei ment ,?t Greens ood. BARKER After a brief II nees, Msi | | ..:> , ! , Of ?UI U ? St .olll al , ?ea 'i o? k daughtei of the tats Hsnrj R snd Msrj K Berksi Psr notice ol ee w ednesdsi smm i Ing papers. HI.KHS On In-.a- dS >..!..u.l I i :.,. -, i ''.ir. ral ser te res e, i"ii Fifth at.Bunds Ma) .... Internier l I ? oo\ i nli of the is respe? tfully de clined i i .1.11.1. ?? 14. SB? ?? sd si Edward H IS loved , . ? K. < 'oli II, Retal ? i and trie ?-. . i ? . 11 m o hi .?.,.. see i , , n .o. Monds). ? ' ii . ' ? 11 I I V . EMOTT tl his lat? lleadley Road, Morristown, N i Mac 2. IBM, Charlea Crooke Emotl In tha $Mk ifm 0 nli .,_, i i . ?., ., ? ?. a pi IvatS, Mon la sftei i ooi ids I, bWI FRASCH i I. i man I r..s. h. In ths BM real of hi? sge, a resldenl ol New York City, . ? . Paris, Krai ce, Ma) b ? i No' ce "i funeral hereafter Cleve? land pspei ill BS4 ? -; " ?; d ..\ l ai Kldgeni Id, N ' on T ii. ?day, Ipi II 10 " ? t a llllam Howard, Iwloved husband of Mary 1>? vi 111 Go RstS? ? -pei 11 Uli) In \it..,] to attar I funeta fiurn bis late reeid ith Rr< ad a\e . RldgS? '??hi on Monda) morning, Mav t, it 10 i ? B< a to Bl .lumea's MANNING "o Mi' I tfit at her lata In Druid Hill bat k. Baltimore. Mu . Jessia b . m bet ??th rear, b.-ioved v.i. km S Manning, Interment u in? hi MATHER At Elisabeth, v J . Friday, May ' '?M, Tl ma D., ton of the irgi Mat er, of New York, ? - ,.;???;.-? .11 :? ? nephew. W llllam b Sal lei B >< > oi th Broad -t bll/.a sth. N ' "H Mondsy, Mav |, at 11 o'< lock ? m. PKItKIN - - Mills !'??? .ins. aged 'i I ? ? . ? . i otic,-on-11 lid SOU, \ Y.. i l'une d Mondai . ". p m.. fru? i i.e r ealdi nce "f liei daughtei. lira b a Canney, Crotcn-on-Hudssn, , PICKFORD "o Mav I. Ifl?, lssae W. beloved husband of Kmiiy Curtta Piek? I, ..t hl ? residen? e 501 ?d st., Brooklyn Funeral services Sunday. at 4 p. m READ On Tharsday. April la, 1114, in 'h# |4ttl '.ear of his nttf. David l'ai nui i Rea l i? > ? will be held it i.w late reside) ? ? ?I I'ark ? . Bridgeport, Conn., Monday, May i I ... h ek p. m. Burial at Mountain Grove Cemetery, Bridgeport. SEDGWICK At Oroton BchesL on May '.'. after S ?h?rt ?Une*-, Henry Dwlght Bi .- ?' sr of his ? ? >. on Tuesday af r Stockbridge, M BTIGER \r Hewlett, Long Island on >!.??> .'. 1914, Sophia i'ogHweli. dHugh 1.1 oi William D and Cornelia Harter Ktiger, ..iel 7 years I months. Fuserai tte. Please omit flowern. TOMLINgOX?Cyrus Brewster Tomlln son. Mu'-' I. i hneral from hts late home. "50 Riverside Drive, Monday, .Why i. m il:|| a. m TWBMDT Os Friday, May 1. 1914. at ? west 13f<th st . Ed id Tweed] the 76tl ? ar of his age. Funeral at D an, Mon day, May I, at - p m MANHATTAN C?LAME, A east A il.. II West ?3d st., Mav 1 .i<ed It. CORBAN. Joseph A Itl West 155th ?it. 1 uneral Monday at I a. ,,.. MORAN, Kllen. 4 1th st and Ninth are. OTTENDORFBR, John. 17-' Kast B3d at.. a?ed 7^1. bblbbY. Mrs. Katlierine, 14?? Wash? ington ave, Broas. ?, BROOKLYN. BANNON, Marv A.. 176 Herkimer ai.. Mas I. H'.'ATTli:. Mr- Emma, IN Madison st . May 2. ag-ed 7S. l'ur.eral Tuesday at II a. SB. DECKER, Mr? Mary E. 1?" Guernsey Bl Oreenjiolnt, aged 7j. funeral Sun? day at 4 30 p. m. OREOOIRX, Mrs. Catherine, e?.i wn loughby ave , May t i'unerai Monday il &.30 a. BB. MERRICK, Maud M 64 L?gan st. Funeral Monday. 8 p. m NEW JERSEY. DOBSON. Willard G.. Hound Brook, aged H Funeral Sunday at 3 p. m. GRACE. Ptnebe Wilson, ISO Kesrney ?ive. I'erth Amboy. I'unerai Sunday at l;M p. m. LONG ISLAND. LIN'NKbb. Henjamln F. 71 Maurice ave., Elmhuiit, May 1, aged IS, Nill.S'iN, Mrs, Mary. Port JefTersos. I Mav I, aged 44. I uneral Monday I i p. m. SHERRY. John. Sag Harbor. May I, a sed 71. CEMETERIES. THE VTOODLAVr* CEMETERY. C33U Bt. By H?rl?m Train and bs> TreUea OfBee. se Cast 3$d lu K. T.