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THE SUN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1913. -L. 2 S rmiuv, ocTom:u :n, Kit tend at the Post Office at New York s Second Class Uatl Matter. SabMrlptlnna by Mall, Postpaid. DAILY, Prr Month 0 no DAILY'. Per Year OO ht'NUAY, Per Year !l SO DAILY A.NI1 .SUNDAY. Per Year H Ml DAILY AND SUNDAY, ITr Month IS Tin: r.T..NINO SUN, Per Month. as .'Hi: UVKNINU SU.V, Per Year a so Posts, re to foreign countries added. All cheeks, money orders, Ac, to be made pay r.ble toTUKiii'N, Published dally, Including Sunday, hy the Sun crlntlng and Publishing Association at 170 Xiwu ttreel, In the llorough of Manhattan, New York President mid Treasurer, William C. Ilelrle, l"t) Nassau street; Vice-President, lldwsrd P. Xtllehrll, ISO Nassau street; Secretary, C. II. Luaton, 170 Naisau street. tjindon office!, nfflnihain House, 1 Arundel street. Strand. Paris offlre, n Due tie la Mlrhodlere, oft Hue du Qua Ire Septenibrr. Washington offlre, WMi Ilulldlnf. Drooklyn office, lot Livingston street. lessr frl.mlt vho tator ut tctth manint rtpfj and UtuHratloni tor publltatinn tins lo hart rrfrctrit erlltUs ulurnitt Inev muil In all tain tend tlamui for thetrurpost. Some of the .Tttdlclnry Nominal Ian. It is n fortunate circumstance i hut both tbo Democratic imd the Iteimhll tan candidates for Chief Jtulpo of the Court of Appeals lire Jurists worthy to succeed Chief JikIrc Cru.E.v uroti his well earned retirement. Both tire members of the present court. Whether iho promotion Roes to .lutlee IIabtlltt or to Judge Wlrnlr the splendid trndl lions of our highest tribunal of law are safe against destructive iuniivatlon. In our opinion Judge IUrtixtt's record of nearly thirty years of continuous service on the liencli of the Supreme Court, in the Appellate Division of that Conrt nnd lu the Court of Apeals It self, entitle him to preference over his younger associate: but the court Is safe with either as Its presiding .Indue. Considering the general tendencies of the Progressive party with respect to the Judiciary, as Illustrated by the attitude of Colonel Itoosr.viXT and other leaders with radical views on the subject of Hpular reversal of de cisions from the bench, to the eyes of conservative citizens the Progressive nominee, Judge IIanii of the t'nlted States lsrrt Court, will not seem to be n desirable alternative to either .Judge ltutnm or Judge Virni:k In Hie present state of public opinion, We bear high praise of Mr, A dram I Kl.Kt's. whom the New York liar As sociation has commended to the voters for Associate Judge of the Court of Appeals, lie Is ii lX'incierat. but not a Tammany man. I 'or one of the coming vacancies on ihe Supreme Court licnch Mr. Hi'nja min X. I'.vitnn.o, the Fusion candidate, has tii,. approval of the Judiciary com inittee of the Par Association, which says that "his professional career has furnished unmistakable evident f Illness ami iU:tlltiiitlou for Judicial office." Mr. CiMiozo's ability and de votion to the higher Ideals of his pro fession are further attested by the en thusiastic support of such lawyers as Josirit H. CiitiATK. Pram-is I.v.Mtr. .Stetson, Louis Marshall. John a. (iABVKR, Hh.NRY Ii. IIOVT. I 'HARM S S. Whitman. Wiimam 1'iiriirii siirn and many others prominent in the Now I York bar. It Is not often that a nom inee for Judicial oitice unsought by himself is presented to the voters with a more impressive certificate of emi nent qualification. The Sun has already spoken more than once of the desirability of retain ing Judge Warren W, Komir on the bench of the Court of General Sessions, whore he has rendered long nnd excel lent service. The Irish Dilemma. Recent statements by Cabinet Minis tcrs on the subject of home rule ami Ulster might be taken to Indicate that tho Asqultb Ministry does not quite know its own mind upon the question. Mr. Churchill gave a strong hint that tho possibility of Ulster's exclusion from the operation of the act might be considered; Mr. Asqdith hinted rather vaguely at the same possibility, at toe same time asserting tho Gov ernment's Intention to deal firmly with any display of violence on the part of I'lHer. and when Sir lnwAtm CJset'h turn came to take a hand tho exclusion of 1'lster hail dwindled down to the granting of some measure of local self-government. After these vague pronouncements, which are only valuable as showing that the Gocrnineut Is seriously eon ccrnod over the situation, the definite statement of Mr. Honar l.wv, the L'nlonist leader, is rather refreshing. Mr. Law reiterates his demand that the GoNornmenl submit the matter of home rule m the eotmiry al a general election, and, If the ordlcl lie favor able, pledges the I nienM pari to ac quiesce in the restili. F.en in' I'lsicr. In; added, he thought thai Ihe verdict of a general election might settle die question. It seems euiiiely iuil,(, that the Government niay In Ihe end ,(, driven to accept Mr. Ponai; Lxw's challenge hs the only means of escape from the dilemma. To pass the homo rule bill for the third lime in the House of Commons and then to appeal to the country lol'orc sending it to the King for bis signature might nirer a feasible solution of the dltticiilly. if tm crnU were again returned to power the Opposition would be disarmed ami might, indeed, honor being satisfied, view with some satisfaction the dis appearance from Westminster of ln solid phalanx of Nationalist votes in. variably cast with the Liberals. If. on Us othev hand, the result of a gen eral election wns to give the Pnlonlsts a majority, the new Government would not lie faced with the awkward tie compllxliHl fact of home rule and would be al liberty to apply Its own theories to the solution of the Irish question. The l-'lre at the II lull llrldge. Pscaiie a moment from this mophltle Idle of lieiinessNnlzorlti. Take the ferry, take the train, for Little Fulls, Ihe glory of New Jersey ami the capi tal of Poetry. "At l.ltilc Falls, at Lit tle Falls, Joi: Xiin.o sings his matlrl g.ils; and chants ami calls." Stranger from Manhattan, the palace of lies, wipe your feet ami enter reverently Ihe palace of truth. Listen to .lost ell Xiiii.o'h true story of "Tho I'lre at the llrldge." June in. Itn:i: "It tvits in tin. month of roses And on the fifteenth day , I hope you'll kindly listen To what I'm going to fay. "Llttlo Lizzie hurried up the hill, And called iiloud my tunic Then Raid. 'Just look, the High tlrldgc Is going up In flame.' "Then I turned ami raw a sight I never shall forget : The bridge wns like n furnace And tho smoke was black as Jet " Apparently I.iksik was hidden by the smtiKo or imrieti in the furnace, for In the next stanza Alice turns up. and she nnd the jsiet watched the tire, "Just two." It was worth watching. It made the similes flash ami crackle In the bard's cerebral loft i "High up upon the mountain, Whete we had our lofty stand, 'Twns a scene to tempt an artist, 'Twas a spectacle most grand. "Like thr lightning In a thunder cloud Like a cyclone In the sky, Like u great Kgyptlan pyramid Extending up on high. "Like a fierce volcano spouting, Like a storm cloud's mighty roar, I never saw so grand a sight In all my life before." The alarm must have been given late, but now the extinguishers have come: "Then fire fighters reached the scene. And the orders rang out loud : The West Park boys were the first to come, A brave and manly crowd. "Then from the falls and the borough, too. And all hands Joined to save The High llrldge from a tlery death And they won the battle brave. "There have been happenings in my time Along tho terrace ridge. Hut the strangest thing of all to me Wns the tire at the bridge." The noblest thing of nil to us is the poet at the bridge. His tire can never be put out. In Paterson, four miles away, the anarchist has unclenched his list, softened Into repentance ami recantation by the divine Xlblonlaii melody. Pxeii the I. W. W. Is almost ready to forswear Its industrious work for wickedness. . tlamlng star of gen. ins shoots from Little Falls, and awed millions watch Its tire. In Joseph Xiiilo the Jerseys hae a sluger, In nate and lucoroiiate, who lessens a lit tle the country's grief for J. Gorpon i'oom.i.k. the Palmetto laureate, and gives moments of uneasiness even to our own J. ItvKox Ki.mori:, the Anac reoii of Alamo. Thr .secretary of jstatr Stump. mi Ihe While "frighted peace" is panting in the State Department "horl winded invents of new broils" in domestic poll, tics ar,. taking up more of Mr. Hrvan's valuable time than can well he spared. He has Ih'cii stumping Maryland for the Hon. Li i. Hum. the liemocratlc candidate for 1'nlted Slates Senator, an actle opponent of local option, which is a red hot issue In the Stale. The Civil Liberty League ami theAntl Saloon League want to know In paid advertisements and flaring posters how Mr. Hryan. who took the stump In .Nebraska against James C. Dahlman, the Democratic nntl-local option can didate for Governor, can make speeches In Maryland for Lee Blair. Mr. Mrvan's defence s; "In Nebraska 1 was discussing the liquor question as a State Issue, but at the same time t nan nrcrlnc th .l,-. tlon of a Democrat to the United States henate .Mr. Hitchcook) with whom differed on the liquor question." I As the two cases seem to he on all fours this seems to be a fair answer but Mr. Hs van's critics retort that the Hon. Lle Hlair Is more responsible than an.v other man for the defeat, re cently of the statewide local option mil ami that a similar charge could not be lit id at the door of the lion. Git.nt.RT M. Hitchcock, for whom Mr. IIbvan took the stump In .Nebraska. Mr. Hryan rejoins that It Is ery im portant for President Wiison to com- maml another DciuihthIIc vole lu Ihe Senate and that local option Is a State issue. The trouble, of course. Is that in a not nilar .'amnaign for the Foiled Slates Senate il Is Impossible to exclude Male Hsties from discussion. As a man has made his Intl. so he must lle upon II. Trouble for Mr. Hrya.n Is looming tin In another Stale. New Jersey, lie has been bonkul for seeral speeches In f.nor of the Hon, James P. 1'iii.mn. ..... .. i ine n iison camiiiiaie lor tiovemor. Tile President lias been urged to In vade Xcu .Icrscv himself, hut urn. deuce restrains him. A defeat for Mr. I'll l. tan would he a solar plexus blow for the Administration, in Jersey City lo-nlghl the Secretary of Stale Is to address a meeting at which will pre side Patru K GRIiriN, the Democratic leader, whose activities in Ihe pri mary election the Grand Jury Is hives tlg'iilng. The opposition papers are asking Mr, Hrya.n how as President Wn son's missionary he can have any touch wlih ihe pilch covered Hudson inly gang, Ami I here is a cloud uns-h bigger than a man's li.tml in INsp, I here e.-( lot cmor I'ih.hir has apiealed to his friends to vole for the orguulxa- Hon candidates for the Legislature, in ..!.. .1... ...... ,.. r.,.., ... ,nc ,c, some o. ...em the last Legislature, as Fh.iii.tt Coi.nv has charged, "fought every attempt at reform," A demand Is made upon Mr, Hryan to explain how he can plead for a candidate who Is to lie a beuellclary of ring politics In Hudson and who call m.,.. ., ....... i e ,i i, i sn a good word for any of ihe Presl- dent's enemies lu Kssex. Such complications are awkward for . -in-i-sinit-1 i inn- .nr. inn anil they inilsl lie parllcularlv exiispcf. iiHi." when he coos nl.oiii Hi.. miit iiiiiu until lie toes alioul (lie tountl.N on time belonging to I lie acute Mexican problem to pull chestnuts ,,ui of Ihe it,-., .. til,.,,, i ...... t ... .1 i . .. the ullhout pay lor the genlleman Wliose tlollinialloli nlul .. m'tiim nu ,y.l f it,.. f..i....i i ... . , ... """' ' " Judge MiOall' A Ht'siNKss .Man. SI1MM at llilltlliiiire. . Nkw v,.Ki 0rti.,. an, - Lome, cranheity sauce, ethereal mild- . ...... . .less, i-ome. Iliilllmmr Sun. Lilnntliin Vlnnicil. Why ethereal mildness? The spirit of I 'I o tiik Loitoii or Tin: Scn S'ii . Theie the cranlerry Is essentially tart, and'"'" '"'"'J xotets who In the iiiipio.u-liliig sweetness should he inhled sparingly. I shall receive more than I'ou, m,Us nnd shall be elected bv it linger DlutalltV than ever before f7rrrmo- Fosm " t the eleetlon lo l'il- I e..i.'r i- '. 1 .; , 1 .'crn.ir l oss received 1!I3.1M voles; si.Kf.lt ( Itep.). 14.1, .r97. and Hutu (Progressive), UL'.tiliS. This year Mr. Fuss's as-oclnte, the i.ieutenant-tiovernor, uvviii I. Waiii, Is running a.s the regular Democratic candidate, and If Governor I'oss Is to ....II nnnnn,, ... .v,,.uu ,.oc oc oiiiNi. gel lliosi Ollcf w hJ a .IllHice of the Supreme J'TS" ,,1,rl' ,,"lt ,lfll!,l,, t0,'",V, ",,h,V S.""V',f NV.W Y".,,k' '"''i viiuniiiiaiv. i.inii ,OIIX HUE'S t l HHEXC m:i OltM. cear- ( liaiutes Overtonkeil li the naxtungton l.awmukers. "While tfte Hon. Hi F.rupp Is resting comfortably, and may in time recover his health, the shock he suffered directs attention to the faults of our currency system, and should Induce our law makers to revise the statutes promptly, as President Wilson urges' saal trie Hon. John Doe yesterday. "No man acquainted with the dan gers to which those of us who handle money, those who are the ultimate con sumers of currency, can regard the Olass.Owen bill as anything except a weak and useless makeshift. "Its very name condemns it In the minds of thoughtful men. "How many more tragedies must be enacted before tlie public will rise and demand drastic Action? "Think of the horrors that have been revealed within a few months. "Our currency caused the downfall of William Sulzer, vrho admitted that he was the friend of the pee-pul. "Stllwell. once an honored Senator, is In Sing Sing because of the deficiencies of our currency system. He Is to-day a constant source of expense to the pee-pul because their lawmaker have failed of their duty. "Think of the friends that the Hon. Charles F. Murphy has lost because under the existing enactments he had to give Itt back. Many a lifelong ad mirer Is forlorn to-day because of that broken idol," "Do you think, Mr. Doe, that Mr. Murphy acted ovei hastily in returning that kale'-'?'' "I do not know all ihe circum stances," answered Mr. Doe with tie liberation, "but I'll bet AO to 1 that he didn't return It ovcrhastlly." "What would yon suggest as desir able amendments to our present cur rency laws, Mr. Doe?" "The first great reform needed." re plied the financier, "is the printing of unmarkable bills. Our prosperity de. pends on confidence, nnd coin Is too bulky for use In confidential transac tions. We should have notes printed on nn impenetrable m.Uerlul, so that pin holes could not be made In them, and coated with nn Impervious nib ntance which would shed Ink. This one reform would go far toward re. storing trust among our now sadly shaken contributors. "Next, the elasticity which causes money to return to Its source should be extracted. It is all very well for money to stretch out to us, hut It causes Justified uneasiness when It re bounds. In this I am disinterested, however, for no money ever rebounded from me. "So far as the commercial banks are concerned, it must be ohvious to all that the facilities for tracing deposits and withdrawals are a distinct hin drance to Important operations. The same is true of the bookkeeping meth ods employed by stock brokers. There should he a thorough revision of the practices In this respect, and I am in formed that Mr. Sulzer Intends to draft a bill on the subject." "Is this not a difficult detail?" "It Is not more ditticult than getting the money In the first place," replied Mr. Doe. "Moreover, when you con sider that checks are now made out on safety paper, it is not hard to sec how the matter could be adjusted. It should be unlawful to draw a check except on paper treated with morphia or some other opiate, which would ren der all who handled it unconscious. The ultimate consumer would be pro vided, at Government expense, with the appropriate antidote, and thus protect himself." "But would this not make the han dling of money very dangerous. Mr. Doe?" "My young friend, handling money is al way,-, dangerous," responded Mr. Dn promptly. "Nothing could he more dan gerous than harvesting the long green' under present circumstances." "What do you think of the banks of Issue, Mr, Doe?" 'There are too few of them, and their operations are .surrounded with ridicu lous and deadening restrictions. I know of good men who .spend their own ooftlsh every year for nilro-glvcerinc nnd can openers to aid these banks lu performing their functions. These men endanger their health ami lives in the work. This should be remedied by law. The business of safe making has been too long tolerated, The.se circulation promoters actually have dlllicully in getting life insurance, their trade being classified as 'extra hazardous.' '' 'Do you regard the repeal of the law requiring the registration of lobbyists as essential?" "No' A thousand times no'" fairly shouted Mr. Doe. "That Is one of the. most benellceut and progressive slat tiles on the books to-day Not n good government worker, not a promoter of Sabbath legislation, not a single agent of the anil-saloon society falls lo reg Isler. I have uncovered a good many profitable ginks'' by reading their dec. la rations." "How Is your liu.-duess generally, Mr, Doe?" "Well, I do not want to go Into de tails," replied Mr, Doe, "but you can say for me that the man who said one wss horn every minute was a hidebound I conservative." I It ir ilmli-.il trim i-'.-h but' lerhnlcHl irrm rhino .1. Ijiiiu jrffil Irrhitli-sl term celt I. OnftUhi tfchnlck! irrm-rflbt. I. Gink: ucbulcil ttrruboob. H'HT REFOHE ELECTION IMl'.ftered Into negotiations with It to extend s,.Vrrsl of Oiirfltlrn Hate The Ir Sty In , Their own Ma. ' To tiik Uiutor or Tim Hun Mr; nn of our dully newspupcis thus screams: "Again we urgo tho respect able business men who ate suppottlng lMwanl Mcl'all to look at the Sixth Assembly dlsttlct "MK themselves how they would like vr HU(,n " wave of frenzy sweeping ,lVpr ie ,,. fHMllf(, hy demagogue more powerful than Mr, Sul- '", ,'""V,(1 'v" where would It end?' Shades of Ciesitr! The respectable iiiisihom m,.n r yfptv YorK now suppoit- l-.'dwanl McCall are seeing Just such " r""zled wave sttceplng over the city, m ,HKri(t.lnK. thn rUy . f t1(. whole world. " N ri freshing lo see bow i.ipldly the CJ'' "f ""' Inlelllgelll business men of ,hr, rUj ,, t1011(Mds r other voters nr t.lv n,..,n...l til. r.,,. ..,.i i,..,. 'week, then It uotiiil be ii landslide for election foi various leasotm tire In 1 1 lined to prefer Mr. Mcc'all for .Mu.ot. ' ,",f,"'.,;,1 ''-v V", "'"V"!1"" "f Inmiendo. 'ln'u'xt 1,,n denial, chaiges and totin- "'r charges growing out of tie- Sulzer '""'CHeHliiciit tl tut. tltev ale immcided as , . 11H cons, lemmas voters. Their attitude .. f disbelief In the ! ttuth of the dial ges of dl.ect w longdnlng "" ihr l""t "f Ml'- Mct'all. which seem ' . ' ' . e.i - .i. - an 7' T" ' 1 ,, , ., . ,., I'li .'JF ', '5, " II 'V 1.. '' !' - ' r I"" flirt in- ii'iiin lis in- ii in, n i nn till' lliu liiit I filend and go-between of Mi. Mtitpby., and Ihe tlov-rnor. he Is s. lf-convl. ted of , v,s,b,e government as ,, hhu fo, the Mayotalty. ,i,, ...mi ,., i.., ."..,.,, i.,.ini such action, and satisfy bis well wlshc Ht:stv !. C.vtun Nkw- Yokk, lli lobei .Hi. mid and If oil. people weie iivvai,, of The Campaign of lllnel.gusrill-iit. tin- danger and of the tenth!., Injiu.v To Till: HuiTOR of TllK Scn Sli i:x- vvhlch will conn to the cltv fiom this p, ilence leaches that It Is easy to forget, extension or the New York Central but our old ft iei.it expel blue will be tliloiigh its p.nu tiie,. wuuM be a lev soielv taxed to demonstrate that We can oltltloii ever us lung as we live fuigel the spec-I Now, Judge MiOnll and Mr. Mtlcbel. tacle which oti New- Ymliers ,ue giving vih.it in , uii .,r ,,u going , ,ilnt us lu this blackguarding campaign. i this if oti become Mavo." In the case The New York people admit that they J In the Cot.it of .pp,tls ief. n, ,l to abuve are very bright and sinait In every way. Chief Justice Ciilltn, lu his co.icu.iliig but In my opinion they ate the slowest, opinion, said. the biggest "laughing stock community"! T,r, u .,., , , ,,, , under tb- stats and Stripes ' ,., , ., lr, ,,.,,, ,, Instead of et.rni.Uy hanging and slam- t,,nn,,,,m , ,.llp, U,H Mll, u tiling mm iiaiminiK .miii.'". m . a, H fr running Imiii ..tie terinlnut von folks get something in the shape of uf lh0 ,.,,,, , ,hr lur crime cm blin. piece your charges anil , ,,,,. nld lnUu,,, u. send him to Sing Sing ,,iu.,,i rliht t.. t.iHintt.n. n n the ur. Hut no, the cry l, Mm phy l forty facf illlTerent kinds of a devil, although thus' ...j ., . . ., , ,!lllri,..,i -ome into far .vou don't seem to have proved It. for I lim! " .l vu'i'1!J l'gi o in . n cm- s he PL inv.llc Co.tn Octobei- "" ' : "- ' llo.uu...i. of the city l lainvilll, conn., uctouet .money for siibw,iv The city nf New- York would not ,-s p.uks for any ucli The t niter Hon. put pose as we penult this tallroad coin- To tub KniTOlt or The Scn Si, i, I patty to use Ittwrtlde Park for The l-gls-the L'nder Dog a hero ex officio? Is an '-'lure can take awny that Itce.t-e In a under dog even an under dog because he . moment Isn't quite nt to be an upper dog? I ,1'-",t l" "u- J McCall and Mi ur Is an under dog a hero only when MItchcl. that a mill. on pe,,p, on the he Is a nolsv dog, and when the syn. "est side between Al.isteidam uvs-t.ue and pathv and Utitels proffered him don't cost,11" river, and ruining hum Canal te. I the giver anything? "jcknian Mi-it. ate Interested lu If an L'nder Dog loses nn unimportant '""r contemplated action. The i-chI e. Job in a quiet manner, when his rent is ta" un lllvirslde Drive and Wet Knd conslderablv overdue and when his only I ".v "'"J'', "roadway will be depre- wealth Is a large nnd costly family. Is he I 'fat-d by ieasn of th.-.i n,w tracks h. then a hero or only a dub? I " amount ol m llhrns of dollair The Ami what, under the civil service rules,! franchise, as we have seen, has al.eady ale the requirements for the post of oft!- "I'1"'! anil Un I.iglslatui, can ic.,al it cl.il Hero of the Sixth watd- cm the sur-1 1 "' New .oik Cii.ti.il ha- pbnt.v of face It looks an easy sort of job, but money with which to put this railway should like to know If Its duration Is for ,.l.,',lt'i r"und through Itlve.slde I'.nu. life or only during bad behavior. Is It true that a ward. like a nation. has the kind of hero it deserves? Nr.w York, October 3n. O. K. T. The (tirtlon of the rw York Central ml ItlverMde I'srk. To the nniTois or Tin: SfN Sir The municipal campaign Is being lairled on in a scandalous manner. Crimination and recrimination, charges by Mr Sulier and Mr. Heiinessy and other speakers of all kinds of crimes are made at every night's meetings and are ichearsed from day to day by the newspapers to millions of voters, Have not the candidates for Mayor of New York some better Issues thai, these" 1 have seen in the public print only two Issues which ought to have force with the voters. Mr. Mltehel tells us that If he Is elected Mayor of the city he will appoint as heads of the different de partments skilled men, experts In those particular matters which will come be fore their departments. Mr. Mltehel could not have spoken better than this. He rould not have mentioned a more Important reform than this. The burgo master, educated In the technical schools of ciermany In municipal administration. and the members or tnc truglMrat or the C.erman city, all of whom are trained ex perts, have made Its cities the most beautiful 111 tho world and have given to tb.- people of those cities more advantages than are enjoyed In tho cities of any other country. .Incite McCall tells us that if he be comes Mayor he will do away with the squandering of public money, redtue tax ation and give the people economical gov ernment, iind this Is equally good. Aside from these, what important mat t.'t of city government have these can didates announced? None. I think. Yi t tin: greatest question ever before the pin- pie of New ork exists. What single matter In the history of the city of New York ha such Importance as whether the Now Y'ork Central Itallrnad thall con tinue Its tracks In Hlverside Park, or whether It shall be permitted to build a new railway such as It propoi-es through the parKT Mr. Mltehel, as President of Ihe Hoard of Aldermen, was appointed a committee) tiy the Board of batlmate and Appor tionment, a few years ago, lo report upon I lie proposal or tne railroad company to reconstruct Its railway through the park and along the riverside trotn Dyckinan street to Canal street. He looked Into the matter to some extent, made his report, Had opinions on this question, and why should he not let us all know his attitude upon the subject" Judge McCall Is a member ol the 1'itli lie Service Commission and Is ptcsumed to have opinions upon this cubit ct. Why docs he nut tell un his attitude upon this pieMlon? I say that Ihe railway company can be deprived of .Is license to go through that park nt any time by the Legislature. and the I Ml It h, lestoteil to the us, nf the people ol Ihe city of New Yoil; The Central owes Its franchise to an act in to. poratlng the Hudson ltlve-r Hallway Company, passed on May I'.', mr;. This net provided that the building of the road tluougli New Vork city should be with Ihe consent of the Corporation of the Cltv of New Y'ork ami that It should not be built until the assent of the enrnm-ation of said city be first obtained. The legis lative act granted tne franchise for llfty years, and the Court of Appeals, In New- York Central and Hudson liver Railroad Company vs. City of New York, reported In ins N. V page sis( held that the. franchise, was limited by the corporate existence of Iho Hudson Itlver Italtroad Company only and might be brought to an end at any time after that period elapsed, and that tho time having expired and tho law having provided for amendment and repeal, tho life of the franchise could be terminated by thn Legislature. Thci court said : At the tnr time the InUretts of tho putdl' In nthrr 'llr" lions cr protected tiv Hie rrsrrved right of amendment nnd rrpl. Having Ihe right to rial this railway through the Legislature, Mr. Mltehel ami Mr. McAneny and Mr. Prcndtrffast en- I I that franchise nnd take In many times as much of the park as they alteady had: and those negotiations are, as I uudet Hlatal, pending. Let us see whal Ibis Midway lompativ has done, Is doing, nnd Is going to do. The pel mission of the city on Al.iy ti. 1 S 4 7. allowed the laying down of Hvo Hacks only iiIhiik HImmsIiIc I'.itk, arid yet to-day, and without any finther urn sent, as far as can be uscei tallied, tiny have four Hacks. The oilglual speilllia tliilin fur the new load piovide for folly six tracks between IMd street and l.lflth stieel. ,t until sl.eit they ale going to build an immense passenger station. Com K'l'd slice! six ttacks I tin to Klghty.slMh slteet. and these Inc. case to tHelity-sIx Hacks at Seventy-second stiect, and liny occupy us a iailto.nl yatd a space :(T!i fiel In width at the end of Seventy-second stiect Ciimmciic- at Seventy-second stteet and goltg south, the ttacks multiply Into u huge. ail. and by the lime they Iiiin,. reached Slxly-llflh slteet the.,, ate In the nelgh- liorhood of fifty Itaclts. I'toi.i Slxlv-llfth "t t Fifty-ninth stieel and In that I loealft) me to be etcctid huge cattle ynnls, and tlnse cattle in 1h and the walks In itiniiecllon tlniewlth extend the t?i.-it.ia inui ,,r i Ii.. ut' r,,, i.-i rt .-. i 1 1. Htn-el to Seent -second stiei t , The city owns the bids or Twelfth aw- nue and the ciosh stlcets. The ell ons r.,r out Into the tlver to whit Is known as the Kxtcilor fl.ant. On I n ceinber SI, ; m,s. contmls.-ione.s appolnled , ,. Sup.eme ('otut to condemn tge 1 uniiiunt of pilviite piopeity nn the edge ,,f ti. rVt.- and In the bell of the ilver, . wmcn is now a putt or itiverslile I'aik. 1 M""""" "f 'I'dlu.s were paid f.u this ! Tl -r In tehlltton, ' II I c Willi 1 111 olm 111 and .vi t Mr. , MUcliel i.ml l,ls ..k,. ,,i ... VI - dlrM,p,ede .,) ..It., ....... .. II . t t. , , , , " ., ... ,...,., so in. my J" ' single slty theiefor This luuk Is hel l In the cll of New Yn.k lu Inist f"1 ,,l? people of New Yc k. and Mr, t.Mltchel and Ml McAne.iy ami .M. hci idiigast have no moial imlit to leir. .-it .this p.iipit.. Ii. 1.1 fni paiU puipni.es. to , the use nf the New Yorlc Celitial Hail- ! " '' s"ou d she not do It ? Shall the I c"" expend hundieds of millions for sub, ways and not only let tin- Central come In thiough the mo.-t laut!ful paik lu the wo. Id, but also furnish It money to build a covering over Its road'' L'nder these conditions, Judge McCall and Mr. .Mltehel. what do you piopose lo do about this If you are elected" And Mr. McAneny and Mr. I'.endeigast. what do you propose to do about it If jou arc elected' The voters have a right to know what you Intend to do. KltANKLIX PlCr.CE. Nkw V.OHK, October :'!). The Overworked suiil llclillitated Word. To tiik lJniToii or Tiik sin sir. That good old Anglo-Saxon word "liar' Is In fall way of lo.-lng all Its significance. Nay, it wc keep on as we uiv going them will be no wolds of vjtuperatlo.i left It. the dictionary, or none which anv man will not laugh to scout And then what their' Thc.e will be only one recourse iKta or clubs. iruiy we arc "civilizing' al a rate ' (.-, New YohK, October 30. rapid M. Former ln.tane-e. To the UniTon or The Scn Mr As a vilifying nnd slanderous Mayoralty cam paign the Low-McCellnn campaign estab lished a rccoid. lively one belonging to or siding with the regulat Democratic organization was denounced as a brothel keeper o. agent or a rank criminal. I leally wondei at the forbearance of the abused, Anywlieie else but In New- York tltev would have conic to blows and blood shed. How ever. In spite of the defamation, Joined in by nc.nl.v all the newspaper, Mci'lellan and his w hoi.- ticket won. The next campaign brought forth a flood of billingsgate both by Hearst and Jiiome. The latter originated the phri.se "Where did oii gel II, Murphy'."' a phrase Sulzer and Mltehel .tic icpiating paimt like. The aftermath of this tauip.ilgu was, however, worse, after Iharsl found out he was several hundred votes shy of election. Hut the climax of mini throwing came after Muyor Uaynor's Installation. Hearst started an unce-aslng campaign of calumny, compared with which the pres ent campaign with sll Its mud slinging pales Into Inslgnillcauci Is II not fair to assume thai one of the reasons why Tammany silled at nominat ing HiiMior was because Mt.iphy wanted peace will. Hearst'.' Hut eve. if Tam many has struck Un last blow, who had toituied liavnnr for four hmg enrs, who had sapped his sliength, tindei mined his vitality? Not Tammany . ciaynoi's mill det cis arc In the Fusion i.iuip. . ' u.n r.vsilpiM.ii. New York, eictobe.- 3". Frank Discussion of Personal fiiallllc.. To tiik llntTor. or Tin; Sp,nMi- i have read with gleat Inteiest the edfloital article's or Tiik Si n through this cam p.itcti and I have felt nic.it svmpathv with Its Itcptlhllean io irspondchtS titiin whom It has so Ircquciitlv iptoted. I am a Itrpubllcnn myself and I have nothing but contempt for the motives of that little glotip of men who voted against the notnl niillou of Mr. Whitman solely because he Is a llcptlbllcau, I shale Sour desire en tliely that Ihe vole should overwhelm. Iitglv condemn such political li.vpocrisy. Hut 1 prefer to forget that little ginup of men and 1 am sure that In so doing I shall bo In accord with history. Them Is another political and moral hypocrisy lu thl campaign which has made history and seeks to make It again. It is tp. cslly the hypocrisy of Judge Mcddl, whom you support, The man has many admirable qualities. He hits had tin in valtiuWe Judicial expel lence and seems to have good Judgment and balance, Hut amid tho rocklcss anil unprovable accusa tions of tills campaign enough credible llifoimatlon has been disclosed to tin, public tn show JliHt Judge McCall has been and Is the close associate nf corrupt anu otsnonesi un-ii nc was lite illstuc gtllsheel .Indue' and Public Sen Ice Com tmlssloner, ami because of his admirabli qualities and apparent licedom from po lltlcal associations was mode their candl date. They, who will profit, are corrupt i but he, their leader, is lucoli-uptlble' This Is the gteat h)pocilsy, lo make It appear that these men have nominated a man dllTeietit from themselves. Hut Sine phy Is not a hypm-ilte. lie Is In politics In o.der In get money wlthuut winking for It lie stands ftaukly inr his de Ki tuleil and degrading political system. Judge McCnll, however, stands for econ omy lu spending the people's money. Milt phy would siud It for himself, Mr Call would spend It for the people. Mur phy Is backing McCall. Murphy is a fool or McCall Is a hypocrite. Mm phy Is not a fool. 1 Join yntl In app. eclating the qualities In Judge- McCall which .voti so itdmlic. 1 believe he wants to be something tllllet ent from these men who sin round him, I believe that down In tils heart he would like to denounce their cm million and be a free man. Hut he will never do that, for lie owes the achievements nf Ills career to them. He had his oppottunlty to be free and perdu III uprightly the great obligations of his Judicial olllce. Hut although Justice Is blind McCall could see that It was the treasurer of Tammany Hull who stood befoie him as a litigant and, as he says with pathetic titlth, "the records speak fur themselves." I cannot say much for Mr. .Mllchd's ciiiidlthic.v It oilglnated In Pmgrciedve spite, was saved from death by the death of another, and lives because Uneven fell out and quariclled. Yet I feil that Mi. .Mltchel's tetonl Justifies giving him this new opportunity. I do not altogellxr trust his jt.ilgmc.it, but I believe that Winn political temptii tliilis come he will have the courage to be stiulghl. I-' II. I'- New York, Octobei 'The "ner That I" llc or t itiii. Iinlgnliig. I To tiik IhMTot: or Tin: Scn ,sii . It Is wonderful to note the effect, em the mind of the genus homo who votes, of the mas te.ly .'(Tolls of our filend Mr. 1 1 line ssy. His style Is new ami could be elaboia'.ed upon. Ills s.vstem of asking questions, either pertinent or Impertinent as the case may be, produces mosi astonishing vistas of Ihe applicability in Itttute otatoilcal i ontests. Fur Instance. Mi llenn.ssy would ask the Itev. Mr Smith whete he was at 2 o'clock on Satin day mo. mug, June '.'I .Mr Ili'iiiiess.v. of cot use. would supple ment this iuteiiogatoiy by the admoni tion "Have htm answei that'" Mr ll'-n-tiessj's audience Is at once pmpctl.v im pressed The orgies of the llev Mi Smith ate at once ln own upon the sceen of every Imagination then-. Now It does not matter if June L'l was or was not Salutday, oi If it had been that the lev c.e.td doctor vvas tn bid dieaunng of an gels, the' suggestion leu. a. its that even If he was hot at an oi gv and cutting up high Jinks he might have been, iinvwav lllesslngs upon tile head of Mr. H u nessy ! See how he has relliv,d the mon otony of ,m otherwise dull tampilgn bv Injecting the delightful possibility of in numerable conJis tn.es on the nilcl.t be. could be or should he Incidentally, 1 should tike to see how the thing wo. ks ol, Ml llenncssy. as lin y say that sauce for the gno.-e is m.iiici foi th gander. 1 should like to know whete Mr Hennessy spent the hour between in and 11 P M on July ::. mil when Ik was busy Investigating. Ask him Jut ask him' Possibly we can't piove It. but that's nil light, we can tr can t vve" M .1 IV.nton, Chairman Independent 'roc..stive., Twenty-third Assembly Dlstilct. Nkw YoliK. October 27. Two ranill) lliiii-es ami tin hisin mice Clause. To Tin: KniToi: or Tub Srv Sir l"or the benefit of our leadets who live In two family houses allow tnc to itill their attention lo a new- hous. hold goods m. surtiitie ciatl-e that Is 1 1. ,1 in poll. les. The buhstaiue of the clause I u f.-i to (s . "This policy will be null nlnl old it mote than two families he m the house' If theie ate two la.nllies tie house nnd one takes a coupb to ho.uil then will be thtce families, and that will make the policy void. In conclusion let me state that this was my third lciicwal with the sime com pany, each fur thtec e.ns and the clause which nullttbd all sin li pulic fs Is new to the oldest ins.it in,,, m-n. ii M Arlington, N. J. eniobei :Uk VI as Chlllp.Mnhrtlic Inventiirof lee t'reiiiu Sioda".' To the Kmtou op Tun Scn mi- In reply tn "Subscriber.' who asks -Who Invented Ice cieam soda" I would s.iv that I'blllp Mohr of Ullzabetlt. . J . m the year 1ST- llrst made the lomintioti which grew- Into such poptdai favio. Hope that "Subset 'ber" will not. tlie uir and satisfy hlmselt of the to, I FnwAMi I' M".n:. Klizaseth, N. J., uctob, r :io. A 1 .000 Mile Australian lluiltia.t. Froti the I nglnerrtny Thi Ausirallaii Clrciiincnnitnr nt.il Itatl ,i, which Is ev etitually to inn Itota Ki,. gonrlle.. Ill Western Ailst.ir'.l.i at which point 'It lonnects with h r,n,.i ulre.ul) built to the nestrrn ,o.ist it Perth t, Pert .VUgtlM'l, en the M'lltlirin to.lst ill south Austr-illa, Is now under .onstr-i, tt -tt This line hui, t- en under dlv iisi..l,ii in Vn tralta for many jeurs The io,ol wns sttiiteil durlnc I tel.', una th t 11.- h.ne now l in iuld (or ii dbt.ince el some ten tullei, fr,cn etich end, e-onstrui thin h.ol, linwri.t. ,ein lcl.i)c'd tiy the nuiodellccy of ritll.ni: stc. k Ii Is let, mini m use in. k l.i.cng ni.u iiino. u, f ether tut, or snliiK 'leiih in thr , ,oi tins tlon ot the Hie ,i- , t In ,,i,ie iinti ti.lty is rt.ah ii.itccl tn eta Otunc ia-.i.,, lalier. VVIilt theie is l on extien tie O.lni: in thr ,o,,r im'iii, ,,i the , out. o Ulllo loi.il tr.lfll, Is e,e, te.l I. lit llu-re cvlll t,e .. targe p ift-eiiKfi ,,ti,t iit.tii trit't, hMneon Hie eiLs'irn ,oo) i-.-tein siii, rrotn lit' ielnf ef clew et il.'fetu r the Mllwii.v Is cssfii.1,.1 ,. il .p..nt .ill , ..in iininlt iitioii hctwrsa ,,,i.t.iii anu we.-'ein Australia woula tie tie nil li icinm.iii.i ot the sea ere lost 'Ihe ttit.il Ististh et tne tratirieiitlnetit.il r.illwjv vlll 1. l.",-.'i miles The gauce Is to P. t,inlard. . feet ftj lnchss. A llarber's ,MiuiuE. 'Itniir. i:mroR ur I'iiv us ,s'" I went t,, a barbrr sltnji hrre In Pali-hoirtte litis iioen nnd found tlie foltowlnc notice on the door lionefoi Hire-in- W .iniiti In Iwenlc mln. i.te si finer Ii, en cone nit tnltiuti-s arried Slip Ihe tnonry under the door I vlsilrd ilia I door si-viral tltnrs fo. nci : an hour' notice still cbdtic 1 1 1 1 j, llifoie .th.it.dnii lug Ihe Idea of letilng hh.ie, I pasted Oil. notice on .lie dooi i)n wlili'tt side nf ihe tiiicrn.itliiii-il date Hue srr ou l.irUlilltr the cits' MllMtlo.s II C'AHqc.N 111 I. Ol,. t , lli'to,,' '.'II llur e.lltnl rnidrsliilk. lo n.r. I to oh or I in sis .so: l wrm tn. iIhv lo the shop of a intiiiilic cchlih s,rnd- .t ureal de.il of tnoiu y rc i ri rnr t tmpice the t ih lle lo hu fiotn It Vfnr w.ililui: llftern union,--while twin is i 1 s liiseu rd thr political i itnp.iiv:ii I Msi.nl if I m 1 g li 1 he waled on "I'll send a iirnilriniiii to Jou at once. sH.i one nf the i rr' s. 'Ihrii lie It.infd to Moulin ami rallrd "Mr Smith, will vnu sre what litis man w.tni Ml smith did. Mtori'r it ,Nw York, detpbet :to. Oil, Not lltlifrnlsr Ihe) Woiililn't l.rt Aii llradlims. To IIIK IIIMIOH op Tin. Sl-.s Mr I awns think the lifsl I'uM of lite Iriicis to ran SIX Is their heading. S I . Nbw Yoitg, tletolier an Tendrnc.c. Mrs Ki.ic ker Why do en Hunk haiiy will he a piillllcllll Knleker I've noiUril hr throng thr unit lustcid of lliakln: pie., ot II. UMIl pologles in rolcrlilgc. The Hat lent and Ihe Hudson foi k To wash the city of New Yoi k lltil now that Hits campaign ot muil s on Who'll wash the ll.it lent and tin Hudson llKOr.iiK II. MoitMVOOP, GLYNN WOULD MAKE ALBANY A SEAPORT SuiKrosls That Uncle Sani Dredge tho Hudson to Float lliffffost Shins., WATERWAYS MEN CONVEX; Slate Eiminepi Ronscl Tclli of Knrjre Caiinl and Tcr lii in ii 1 h Work. A Mian Y, Oct. 30. fiov, (JIvnn vv. . coined the ilcdcgates lo tho New Y Wutcrwavs Association cnnvetilnn p. day, pointing out that as the i -. , lion was largely responsible for tin , n. stiucttou of the $ I r,ii,Ooii.tHjO 1j.uk, t system, It should now- ttnti Us attention to having the Fedvtal (lovernnu;tit ilrnign the Hudson Itlver so as to make A Ilia n a seaport nnd thus make posit.!c i . utilization of the new File Canal u ",t fullest extent. Ho said ; "The caii.ilbutit.s of the Ihp c.n d h t be a golden atgosy If the.v can g, proper vent lulu the markil- f , wo. Id. If the Hudson I liver wete u. n enough so that large ships could up the Hudson lo Albany ami lint, ievc ft light at the eastern tciinu.il f the line C.itittl, afl easy acuss , be luiltlshcil lint only to the ) (.mil. but to the iil,ilket i.f tin I . "Canada has shown us the h, i. tins idea by tho development ,.f the S: I. vvu n, i Ittv-er up t . M ..a the other day when the Gov," ,i .' I.'oii-l.in-i was In this city ,ts vio emphasized by a little inctdei,' ' . P'.itcd. He said that thiough T J. .,'I "I" Ml-siMHippi had le ."l I j thai large ships could sail up tl, 1.11 llllbs bevi.nd New- e, . .i At the t.me the project wa to- -1 d ,-r . made tb, .tra , nu ship, would not go up 'I,, In vend Ni tv 1 1. 1, otis to get Tito he said, has dispioved !',,' it. en! .nut now- .vou can st.r a docks "f N-vv i. leans and see t' e' !it bul; and forth 1:14 nub -Ml--.ssippl wllh tin ir wealth off 'ri .New Vnrk' Dock Itooni. T'. s il. p i; cctilil banpeti pi if big ships could , one up tl I Itlver to lbatiy The il i; i t'tid It is not fat distant, win', , v X. c't will Ii, so erowilid fo- . "hat the smaller ships in 'I'c . olllpelltloll w 111 not II. il '. , s The h!u trans itl nil. lilies w II Use up Hi, Mior i I " the ie,,in will ,i waken ' t . . I fie tittles lo. big ship- . ,,n..-g , Hudson " Ceorge Clinton of lli.f i' i . against the generation of hch -ii, ttv bv the Stale, d." Lit t.o: t' i l.i th'ti and fill ii i -li : ! g nf , eiietgv bv the State would vco , . illjllstt. e to the gillel-.il t.ixi i e s tllMilC'lll the . pi lis,. ,.f s,i I, ,. t .' II bv tb' St lie w ,' I 1 i Stale Fngnte, r John A Ititis, I " t tlx .'en lit t 'i . mi,',- I' "itles of the bn'i:, , ,oal is a-'o, ,, t"'t to the dl'll, lis'oll sie i I , Hint, iuipot taut -tic. tot, s m, n 'l pel- e, t.t tl'lMheil I Ml' tig ' ' ,llt C"l st.lj. Il.ci Wotl. ',, ttl, .till I . ' Jl-I.OHO ,.00 I, . I,.. ,!!,. Til, t.,1 I To t.ite I... Is up thonl ,; e. ., , .0 t lie I , III I it', ii: , olit I i I. U'l I 1 1, III , - . l",ltl CsJ 1111,1 will be I'Xpell ll I U tl." Work Is lllllllV dotie the plOple of Stale Will be Collfloniel With I. IH'W in the management of the new w wac ' With the I'lls-lllC of the mule w nil ot the pi, h'st.uic aili'l.'it, s if toes, M 1 1 1. , I . ,i ! il, Icim ,t Up , tlon ,,f tie citial I'' o tt' , it melt.., I Il-idele'l lot tile .1,-C 'doptllet I pill' t! .ll lilies of tle Utmost I ipte tlie tew sctein font acts at, w tow.wd entllpli tlon tin the lhsti,t,,t the ele, ttleil applll. litis for the n it. Has on ihe Mohawk lllvi i 'I'h, c i,ile cost of this insinuation ts as k that of the modi in 1, .ttlcship an I ' I'll. illc s e". ! nlilv b" lltllldlell b lichnlcallc tral- ed "N' nipai ison can be di.ivc l-ll''s the 1 1 , ..-It t. h with til, " llsefll'le ss ,. the t,w c,lteW i , ohsldf !l t'l (lie lamest seps, VYlllllh Steed l.e'glsla I Ion. "W oik tit I , !! I I to the t, n New Yolk Klooklvu, lltlll.i'" Svr.oitse tiswego, Schi net tu ' lam. Tioy. Ithica an I other i.'.i- -uii.ssliic with gleat tapt 'ttc tltiit-llve contiacts h ivi be" I,' t .-t ml nn I. that at Allianv his into use In a i otunif j ctnl xv i i t'.'ll III OH let to lit tile pi VC ml, I be to , e.ss,,i c and tins si... i. of Ihe I, mslatlve enactment i ti vi or ot ,, tile eat Ic pa ' t of I'll "1 have bit. I out In a b.na I c i ilie "t tutu. lis In "Hell a in. in ,-.in be ctitctnplati ,1 no I .. lions In 1 1., public a, . e i "ininei ciai h.ghw.o Mh . w ill l the , t, w s It i, g lid I v ,-t.i'. .-1. ..ill, I ,1,1 ..S t,l III, p ,i t. W .Itl I), ill.-es ,,hi tie 'I tiloc 'C, . Til, sc I Itl h .e, ltd ll,,Wt, tllll. bill Hi' tl lllllltlte.l.lhl , . 1 has as .1 . . i i c ,'d no !.' t till C ii, ,,,1 pillili, ' hi io ni i)iu,.si i: .v. i. ti w a One Iti'Uliiii'iil ol I- troops mi, I siiiilren Ihe Plan. Ai.n.VNV. ici rin The ice e of the ciivaliy of New Yelk S ' n view to making it cotifort t IVcpartuietit uuil reii.ente w,t lecentlv In Adjt .lb ti Ha Mttj.it -t ii-ii 1 1 If vat. id i I all. it'll. t 'I Un c.icalr his tlv, h di itt, I Tin Win Pipirtnirnt ti p: t'i glllient unlet iiii.nht of lv i Al ptescnl then ate mxIi i i New v.nik , i , Nine oi t Ihe ."li a i 'av .ill . i cut n a t 'lnei : Ki clip man. a- l Sei ond i ' iv alrv . comma i oi . l h.ll Ii s I I c llevnlse The pi. in discussed l: to , e 5 Ill Ol I'M Ki I.Oopt .1" 'I th, I it., i to i otisist ot ' ' M.i .ill. itt. ill lorni, tic ' I ion V The l.lllel lli'OI i ICgll.O'llI Will pl'ob.lOl.V bl ' III I 'ol I l IIC VII !'' Si CI ni.i.i:i tons mm: o wonmi. Seerelnrj vicAeloo i:iccis. hi ' "" loin House Contcroiiet ' W'.vs II INC, ton. f'ct .e the Ticasurv M- Aden I i complcli il iii-ep.nations I ' l Cltlfi , Hi e of collccliev nf . all palts ot the I'llltcd Sta ib p. udciiel. s which will ti Yolk ItcXI Mond.iv ml ' w.ek , lb leu ins ttiti'laii.cu.al ' lb, aclinl ins' i .it inn o tl . vic will be dlscilSiMd Icilois aic i.xpictnl to . t I ol, l.cili cLci- on I 111 I el Mnvor Kbtie nppoltiii l i liVib'-kei as a iiieiiil" i I I lSll l I' ol th, i 'ol Ii New V, ,e I, i si, ,, i i M, ii lio ,1 , w no i, i.i iv I IVI i Tin ,iip,et, t ,i. tct in ot nine eai" n.iii'l.