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MtlMY, OCTPOBBH 22. IMG. at the Pol (.She oi New Vork Second (iuae Mull Matter r Babgrrlptlane h, Mall. I'oatpald Jr'AII.Y, Per Month PA ll.v. Per Year SUNDAY, Per M.jtilh SUNDAY (to t'ntixlil. I't Mania.... SUNDAY, Per Year DAII.Y AMI SUNDAY, I't ear DAILY AND fUNOATi PSI Month Kobki.is HSfBk DAILY, Per Month SUNDAY. Par Month DAILY AND SUNDAY, PSI Month an :.n a ihi It Mi . t N a .Ml 1 1 S.I I UU J.Y oil I V.I to bo I ; THE EVKNIN.I SU1. Pf M .nth.. TilS EVtNIMl SI N, Per Year TUB EVBMNli SUN I foreign i. Per Ml All ohwk.. monay ordefS. Ac . mailt payable to Thi Sin. Published dally. tn. hiding Sunday, by the Sun Printing and Publishing AiaoclatloJ nt U Naaeau atreet. In the H .tough pi M.tn hatlan. New York president mil Treas urer. William -. Hales. ISO Naaeau alrret. Vice-President. Bdwaril P, MMcbstl, lid Naaaau street, Secretary. C K Uisssa, laO Naaaau atraat. London office, Effingham House. 1 Arun ai airaat. strand Parla offhe. 6 Km de la Ml.ho.ll-re. off Bue nil Qttatre Hptrnitrr Washington offlca, Hlbbi Building Brooklyn office, 10 l.tlngt -n .treat If ear friend trhn Umir ut ulth .H.inu ereta' and IMegtrsMesg r publication isms la Mir rrie.tr, I nrln Im relumed XUry mtlH (a mil causa nnd nampt lor MM v"'l"' Mr. Wlrkersham's Oreat Service to .. I ins oter. to-dny the last of the not..-! f letter In wblcll Mr. ' We print hie series ttaas-t W. WicKgUHAM tuts sxplalDsd I snd discussed, for the btOgfll ,.f th I readers of Tur. Si n and of the people .anerallv the nfunossd changes In l ho i ....... . V - w- Constitution of the Kuipiro State. Taken together, these letters consti tute not only tho most comprehensive hut slso the most luminous common-! ary available to Now Yorkers cnllcl , upon to vote eleven days hem e Upon the several amendmont. Himself nn I cure there, n til the case In DMsa I BimBOIX as esssniini in tne g.oern ImDortant factor in th nstrnctive of tho States of Mexico. Put thrronient of his follows, and If the cltl- . ... la. gs ail. II laasiai SSaSaSi - a, . . I ., xlil.iin In work of the convention and a cnspic-, units ibnire In Its debutes, tho for r : AUOIIiey Qetiersl of the LTnlted States I oeni MADKsO I imttiorny: ana norv I brought to his lU of BXposlUon tinjlo. where KaPATA wii supreme, Btd I unusual familiarity with every pact of the question involved In the com- sAssi a.'h..mn ..f revision. This great . sdvantage of thorough and particular 1 knowledge, coiiibine.1 with Mr. W10K- rSRHAM S Widely rocOglllZ.M laietll rnr clesr sntl Informing siatemotii. ha produced printed results ujhiii which Be I to he congratulated. Especially true Is this n r.gnrls tho 1 fairness of Mr. WlCKEMHAM'a com I tnent. Although there were strongly marked division of opinion in tbe I convention, divisions which nre pre- served In the canvass for and against j the new Constitution, nnd although i Mr. Wick kbs 11 am may bo described as robustly nartlsuti in his Intellectual 1 habit, he has managed, w e think. In I writing about matters in controversy I to keep about as far away from mere I partisanship, in the political party j sense as could ! expected of ordl- nary human nature. os, . 1. . r . .....11 ..u I jubi jb wu i.- crs si wbi ,.s ....... u...... ........ i Remibl leans nre Indebted to him for followers and inspire public conll j his letters on the Constitution; andldence ni g the people In the torrl- , , , . , tnnt it way ihi bub is reismm an i insjulrer for IBronnauon ana BUTICB in the valuable annotated compendium man, exorcising tact nnd iwtipnoo. tmt which the formpr Attorney-General fiho must be what i called in Mexico, th United Stnto ha prepared at . ir etiggestiiiii and which we have had th. privilege of printing. Wo have no doubt that Mr. Wo K bmham's presentation of tbe ease wna largely Influential ln producing tho simost unanimoii notion of the non partisan Chamber of Commerce ye terday in favor of adopting the UPW Constitution. From Mh to Prlirend. Herhla's capita! travels before tin- enemy us Belgium's .li.i. Transferred st tn Beginning ins war irvm Bclgrndo to Msb. u is now movea. I, sccordlng to despatches., to Prlirend, 4. tha. , us land ..ii the A!., banian frontier. Nlsh was Inadequate as the oupltal Of even ti "peasant Slate," and its ox posed position In a valley made the fotilflcntlon on tho surrounding bii! Ita chief mean of defence, it Is i little Turkish town made over, blocks of squalid wooden houses having been rated to form wide streets and small parka, it l tbe natural gateway of route nnolent and modern through the llalkiiii. and for this reason it became Ibe Serbians' chief railway Junction and Is now the objective if the Austro-tiermau ami Bulgarian operations In Serbia. Prlsrend's link with the outside world 1 a road over ihe mountains in Ferlzovich. twenty miles away, on tbe railroad from Monica to Mltrovliaa, Lying on both side of n mountain stream nnd climbing to a mertheval fortress up a hillside from which streams of cool, clear water gush and All the street gutters, it is one of the most picturesque towns and tbe clean est town of i ho Balkans Prlirend wii the heart of the old Serbian Rmplre, tbe capital of tin- Czar DVBHAM. The castle where he drank rod wine witli his soyvodss nnd from which ho rode with his Brest army (o conquest is in ruins; only the walls remain of hi tower, the white tower of Setii ballads. Just over the mountain is Koasovo the fatal nekl where the Turk gained the victory thnt established them in Kurope: where In spring the ground Is oorered with blood red Sowers In memory of tho battle, the Armageddon of the Serto people. ' Hit transfer of thivlr capital to Prli' rend tndlculea the dvwporato hi rails of tbe Serbians' defence. Hut here ii Is apparently safe; they will senrcoly be forced, as tho Ilelglaua wore, in carry their (Jovernment outside their State. Prlirend is away from the line of ihe foe' advance; besides, Kutcbl- unk Pass, to the e isi, and near iiioim tains offer n natural protection. At Prlirend the MerbltMBPe pushed to the liuilt Of their little kingdom 1 their backs srs airslnst the Albanian null. If here they mint make their Inst Btnnd It will he tipnn ground hallowed by the lie at legend nnd tra dition of Uielr race. The Limited Meilrsn rmbargo. Ily virtue of the authority conferred UpOB the PfMktoBl by Congress (Joint resolution of March M 1013) Mr. Wilson lins proclaimed nn embargo I m 1 retnry of the Treasury he tin s limited the OpSfStloni of the einlmrgo to the the Territory of Ixiwer California. I tvhlrh (icneral Kbancini o Villa con trol. The effe t will be to allow the shipment of munitions of war for QtfMfll Carranza ( wbxie (ioveminent hn been riH-oBnlzed hy President Wile on ) not only to Tiimploo, Vera OftBI a ml olher enHtcrn xirt of Mexico, hut to Pgctfle lairl and to the Ivirdcr dtatSI of TSOsnMpBB, Nuevo Teon ltd Coahulln sJets the Rio tlrnnde; while Vii.i.a will get no war innterlnl nt JugPSSi NoSjalSS nnd other liorder town In ChJIlUSbttti SoiiorH and Ixv er OsllfDfllla If the Anierleiin nuthori tie nre vigilant. It I Instructive to compare condi tions In Mexico on Mnrch 14. 1U12, when PPtsldSBl T AST'S nmnJlma ein- baP0 (iipplying to nil Mexico! was ... j ....... Hai.. H.IMr. MrAxrxT has given as President pruvieinini, wain hut mum num Mlatlna it. thai country On March existing I thai country. (n Sisrcn 1L I912t I iiam isi o Mapkko was con- t!ttitJ.onal PrssJdtnl f Mexico by slsctkm, and all the functions of the l'.Nivral (iovernnicnt were 1n oth- H"ii. wlille all the huroiean nn.l Aiuer lean countries were represented by .m- baSBtdOTS and Minister. Mexico wn S member Of tbe family Of nations Snd I her r.slil WU guisl. CoflfreM Was I enact ing laws, peace roignsn n. ins capital, nu.l lira HBO property wore so- was a rcMur in ...iioia aim v .i.inia..u1, led by PAsXTAL Oboz. o against rresi not boon pacified Bnbsequently an ; army Under Uensral IlriKT. or.ler.sl lionli by I'fosi.lolK MaBBBO. nia.lo short work or UBOSCO anil til niggeo nnd 111 equipped bsndof guerrillas; but nura 1 i.'i.ihii . it 1 - inw 11....... ..... was issii.si tn naitioni 111 llnllr:l and Chihuahua wore chaotic. Mot t gun. nut 11 cartridge was to go to Mex- Ice. either for tho Ma. lorn (ioveminent, op fop Obobco, op Zapata. Today there Is B0 orgnivl.ed and responsible (lovernment anywhere in .Mexico, life and proiierty are not secure In the capital or at Vera CrUS, or In any Suite either north OP BOUtb, whether the flag of the First; Chief or that of Zapata or of Vii.i.a float over It. Whatever Government Oabbaiiia wis up will 1 eiperimental, nnd it may prove ephemeral if it i to stand :i chance of success he must bo able to borrow money abroad, iniii- ! ions of dollars In fact, nn.l ho must f.i ....,...,,..1 .1... .1 aula .... .if l.la 1 . v. it . , ... . lory ... I onij ! it win, n.r s.g.u.t. s.u.es- , a strong man. i ni ntuno vkbw a- '"' "mltation. are, auch that It ia very doubtful whether iniv Government he directs or plan can bring peace nn.l order to Mexico and Justify Mr. WiLaoN'a now found faltb in him. President Tatt made his embargo general when there was n well or ganlaed Oovernmenl in Mexico, at the 1 time supported by a regular army and an efllclenl mounted police force. I'rosideui Wilsob declares a general embargo and atralgbtway makes it applv only to tWO border Stale ami a (.--1,-. where General Vitt with . oiiiiu.isl for os and a sironc hold I , the neon notaUalioll dtanutea .' . . .'. ' ... . '. .. . the authority of Cabbanba and detlea him. if there was over a gamble in diplomacy ii is Mr. Wilson's recogni lion of the lirst Chief While bla rival, lately blgb in esteem at Washington, keeps the Hold. Sib h Is the remark able transformation from watchful waiting. It looks very much like a. leap in ibe .lark. Hardly I the ink' dry on the limited embargo document than tin ugly tight with Mexicans no I'UPB mi tlio border and three Alneii- . tin soldiers are killed and six are wm,jy the best babies that cry bald wouu.led by maraudera operating from ,.s, ytti, pAVID hardest, and iarrausa territory. na(j tll(. pM), fortune to get a hour- lias the I'resideni made another unforl iinate blunder? VI ben I'rcKldrnl MrAneny Quits. When Mr. SlrAxi vv iiit hi jiro.v eni job a Preaidenl of the Aldermen, in vvhi.il bo will have served two yeais .in .i ni nary i, hi successor win i- sleeted by tbe Aldermen to serve until tbe general oiciion, atlmenta a Joy forever, which Ibe voters will select a man for! Wo nre still, ami shall be probably the Job, The terms of the Aldermen j for some year to cotiie, living lit the ii .w iii office expire with tills year. of the tl-n Month, mid little iii. ir successors w in bo sleeted na I November ami ibe Democrats, who I arc now in a minority in the Hoard, 1 hope to control that body after Jatiu-j ii ry i ii lias been sssumed that the! new Hoard must choose the man to till Mr. Mi Am v 'a place, hut If he slioiild choose to resign vviillo the present body is in power ami lis fusion majority named now Preel- dMil Ihnl man might bold over until the election of another by the poop! Thi mlnal duties of the Alder- men's Presldont are hi least Impoe- lam. The Hoard of Aldermen run Its own business. Tlio presiding Officer Is in. l a dictator, (hit the Pros! dral l on.- of the tvlo of city ..nicer elected by the voters .r all live hor- OUgllS, nnd be oasis three voles In the Hoard uf KstJmale, a do the Mayor and Ihi" Colllpl roller. Sl.vle. n yotei are otisi bj Ihe elgbl membera of 1 1 1 Board, nf Whk'h fusion now has four 1 tsen. In many matter! twelve votes are necessary for affirmative action, and If an anti-fusion President of the Aldermen should form nn offensive and defensive alliance with the pros ent political opponent of the admin istration the nllle could mnke 0OB sldcrnhle troulile for Mayor Mitch.i.. .Moreover, hi the absence or disability f the Mayor the President of the Aldermen suoroeda to hi duties. Thus hnfl Mr MiTrnrt t,,,t r..i ,.n oi . - . . . iioui v7 i .v-im........ y .ri tun ,' l.lt-l l.lv-u to tnke the Joh of Collector of the Port In June of 1!13 he would have succeeded to the Mayor's office on th! death of Judge Oaynos. I'nder the circumstances Alderman Ki.inf. he came Mayor for the unfilled term, with all the powers his predecessor had liossesscd. The Biliary of the President of thc Aldermen Is $.".000 year, which was ! recognized to be less thnn a man of i Mr. McAnknv's' MAaett was worth , . that t. - . .' f, Mr lur vuj i iit-ii tin wn t-iri ma was then promised that he should Tt celve higher compensutlon. hut he re fused to penult this. He Insisted on serving nt the old rate. Mr. MoANr.NY's decision to retire to private life has caused some crltt-J clsm In various quarter, tinaed on I the contention that he had establlshe'' a,rr of enntrnr.iti,.i nl.HirnHon to i dlsregnrd which would lie nn unwor thy act on hi part. This I nonsense. . ' Manhattan nn.l Presltlent of the Aldermen nearly six jearR of hard. , Intelligent Inbor to til fellow citizen. If ninn's spnn may be set nt seventy , years, nnd the possible period Of hi s j nnhlle Activities at fortv-nlno. Mr. IfcAimrV has given twelve nnd n lmlf Jier cent, of his life to public ser Pice, which 1 n mnch a the most , exacting OSn demand. He does not , PJ i-""- , ... , m- . na ...s, ...a.. ... wwu ... -..s ..... i ins sioa.i nnotner sail. honest nnd euei Bene sannnmraxor. btou .nr. eiv AmtlTT'l capable hnnd cannot long preserve I hem from civic disaster. Kndlessly Yammering Professor. It Is time for some of the professor to Is'gln to see themselvea as other see them. The prufosslmi of the pro-1 fosor 1 naturally respectable, but d j fBW of those Who pursue it seem re solved to drng its lino Ideals In the ; din. ProfssSOTl have boon laughed at. bllt tear tit the case Ix'tler. . A legislative Investigating commit- , , , . toe. earnestly engaged In re.nrch. un- earthed a Malthusian professor of I I,.a i.n.1 .. na s..p..rl si n SI sue. prised. The professor said, on income I tax : Don't exempt the married man ; Mull.g-.in and Oaine have distinguished ; the revised Constitution provides fur- The revised Constlution seeks to re nsnallaa him Rarth Is overcrowded epmpejiy, for about ten pace behind . thar that from and after January 1,! move all uncertainty on this head and - 1 1 -. . .t. .. , . . . .... ... .. .... lieu, e lyewm . uiv giruiuiw. iMiai.rr .hi!. Iron, good for hlni! We try to control the itn roaso of cat and .logs, j bur not of the lord of creation. Keep down the riffraff; regulate 'em. Be-I fore a man raises 11 family lot him. prove to some onet "convince aome au jhorlt j." that he can prorlde for It, Tommvr.it Twaddle K.lnostlnn' -. --- v - Tll(ir ,,,,, rpnnlz(N, a Protec I , v(t S(.iptv f,,r 10 suppression of , .rof,.sS,,rs ,,f N,inonse. - Uttle Da vlda are alwaya overthrow oik welt uoiiatns, it has nappened again. Dwin ElBtKBEBO, agisl twenty I months, live In a Now v.u-k apart meat house, not because he like that I way of living eapecialljr, but because Father and Mother Eibknbebo happen to be tenants. DAVID cries; Incessant ly nnd lustily, say those cotenant I win.se complaints moved the landlord to seek an order for the eviction of the r.isotiborg family are said to ls The complainants 'moatly unmarried women. if w.imoti are unmarried it mnv lu. I, iuse thev want to be ar in anlta f tho ft.et that thev want not . . to H.; lap in either iso the spinster i Incomplete and unhappy, and, in partloular. dlalncllned to concede to I the children of others any rights .,i' I an audible nature. Hut was nun David really con tending for rights. Ba was doing his duty. Ths Judge who refused to grant tin- eviction order touched the truth when ho said tlini lur babies to cry is "part of th. scheme of things." if babies ought lo erv, it is pre ing - he always gel a bearing before a Judge who darod to give Judgment where the police, lire nn.l health de partments had defaulted. f course the ease can bo sot in their territory , , , nn m only hy ensulstio logic. Ihe Judge ruled In the babys favor, and, a they snv, established a precedent; one which must hs to parent In apart- David Ribestbhui i developing the highest qualltlei of twentieth century statesinnnship. The years will bring more power to hi hollows, President Wtt.sov has at last ob tained a salute for a flag at Vera Cruz, but It is the Mexican flag, and not the American. There Is little sympathy for Ihe suf frage movement In the South - Cotn- swrtfll'4 SgsoJ, Who said "chivalry"? A young bride In a New Jersey town, saying she bad rattnr die than live In that Htate. tied to Philadelphia, So an ancient calumny renews its lease of life. Tlte ship builders on the (ileal Lakes nre laughtni at Bscretary MoAnno'a suggestion that III the winter, In hie belief their slack season, they might build vessels for the (luvernment to THE SUN, FRIDAY, buy under a ship purchase taw. Wi warn them not to let Mr. McAnoo catch them laughing; if he doea he will dlRoover that Government mer chant ehlp building planta are esaen tiala of freedom and political progress. For the blunder of ber aviators who dropped bomba on Chaux-de-Fonda Germany will no doubt make prompt apology and reparation to Switzerland. It la not the first time that country haa complained of a violation of her territory, and she Is not to be trifled with In the present temper of ber spirited people. The news that a number of auftra gista are In doubt aa to the proper method of trimming their parade hats and that auch will be given expert aid at suffrage headquarters well ltlus- tmlaa tho raflnlntf tnSiiAnM nf Mnmafi ln polulc-. m tne old unrefined days. when mere males made up political parades, a rusty stovepipe was oon- sioereo sumcientiy correct, ami in tne matter of trimming "a brick ln It." "People go to She opera to use their SPSS aa well aa their eara." Oatti- 1 'AS AHA. And occaalonally, if report be cor rect, their mouths. Massachuaetts Is barsb to Jersey, The Bprlngfleld RcpaiMioaa halls our t door neighbor 8tate'a defeat of I suffrage with some glee, as affording I Jud" of thf respective County the Hay State, the Empire 8tate and,Court8 nre ,0 bfTOm(' Judges of the th K-ovatnno Htaio ,. ,.),. )n i,i Court Of General Sessions, and to the Kaatern States" ln e-ivln women - ---- - - - the franchise. "New Jersey." It says, ..mu IK)t ,Mn , nace tter ln the past, New Jersey to Mas- .,.,.,,. .M.Ph. it i. ria-bt to din- I aemhle nur love, but why tlo you kick ' me downstairs?" I Tl. northern half of the Inclement Island of Sakhalin would be a cheap I price to pay Japan for all the war "U'ia neem in tier aiin-tn- i u... i. o..i .in unit n. Hi..!? iimiiii"i PorWMUth upon the cession of the ! rn,ire lsand she would probably hav n,)W tho world moves' A few years T. .-.n tights were considered Immodest. .now tney are proscrmed in me name 1 of modeety. WHERE SLEEP THE BRAVE. llerrnle Mulligan aai Hugh Oalao ar Hamilton In Trinity Yard. To thi Koitor or Ths gVM Sir: Mr. 1 I'r.ink 1'. Klchardaon made a mistake io ).s Interesting letter the other day when he said that Hercules 'Mulligan. ! ili ' OUrieO tbe Itevolutlonary goldler. ... u Te .. !i ... Tr,;,'lt. h, will flnri, orl Ftaotor street side of the churoh-ard. a flat slab bear- Inscription: "Wballs and Mul- ligan a auit. Tlnil u tne ,,rwnt ..home" of Hercules Mulligan, and right beside him lie the "..ties ..I ma cnuinr; man, nugn va...e.. .h.. , .... . mso foun.ier of thai vw vrk Jfrrrurv in the year 1762. ' insir gr.ivea are IW grave ana gggBggr . - . . . . . num or Aiexanaer iisminnn. John K. Bsnnftt. Niw Yoaat, October 20. The Sun's' Friends in the ( anadlan Northwest. To the EniToa or Ths Sun Sir: Will . City Court of the city of New Tork misdemeanor, nnd In Section 27 that you psrtntt me to congratulate you upon I now in office, who sh.dl continue for Courts of Special Sessions and lnfe our story of the visit of President WU-1 the remainder of the terms for which i rlor local courts of similar character -on in Ins n:.,-,e us tola ln mv eonv his fiance, us torn in my copy ot ths s. n rscjirao lo-nay. a. one ' ' ; 'J,1' ' " gomgthlng wort.'.y of emulation for an ultimate achievement; or, sg a political s.ttlre. something more iignantly gffec SSrTS. "'.""'ZV thM thl. -OItimt Header" .f thi bus so far from Broadway gxpscts thi writer of that story to say. ANo allow me to say how much your early stories on the visit of the Anglo French fliianee commission were appre ciated here for their educative value and prescience. Trusting r.ese slight en.s.niiuins from sueh a hun.-ble source Bra not Impertinences, Hasoi.o Moore F-dmovtov, Alberta. October 14 I air Service Firings Kind Words. To Tim BOITOB or Tun SrN- Slr. Boors one for the much maligned B. H T. ' ueturnlng from the new motor i speedway at Sheepshead Hay on Hcto- !"p V"ur '" r'V,f""'"n ..." h" temporary ins, wnars ira.iaieis were being gold In gntS each, to be used as tickets for ihe Journey to .New i ork. overbought three sueh transfers, whieh appeared to be .in rents thrown away The three transfers were gent to the 1) It. T. ofll. es with an explanatory note and request for refund, which brought the following reply : Wg hsvg your letter of Oftetver 11 and herewith '.like pieaeura In enclosing you our eBgoh U) rebnlHiraa yaH for tha SO its wlil,h ynu elalti. nvernuM on ti.e day in iu. stlen Buch in ion naturally gives one a somewhat better feeling toward a coin - pany against which the general ten- deney Is one of abuse. New ROOHBLLB October !1 .1 I I he Karaite of the Interned . .... .nan To Tar. Rsitoa Of Thb He Sir- Tlia adliarlal srtlalg on the letgeses Osemang proVOksg tlioi.glit Why did tlia autburl tleg ailt.w oar gueats to parehasa a ''oal and. if reporta ear. Im credited, to mas the e.ivei. nn.l l.i.nea almt.t Norfolk '.' .., .... of ,,,,,, du.nr ,,v our iifTleera to the .iernian oramsndtral In there net ground f.-r greototer rourl- ,,,,, r....t W. niiv th. hllla ... th. , h ,,ir ,hP, aisbonorsfl iiamuina Sheuld tltey . :.pture i. neutral ehlp and guyiy atart out aa pirates, who won. I ha roaponalhla r.ir loaggg InBietsS on sovsmarcsf Bs- Dlgmbgr t ba Alatnima! Bring tha reepiin- 1M pitrtlei to .tadginent' Auriiievs. New Volts, (Vr..tier it Msrle Nova VIHule. Tliere'a u ellow aky over .Tarae. way WPhui.t any idle in eight, Fur v.ilea for women went itgtra And tha roller won tha light. There' a yellow bruise en the Jgrgg i.i.i Whieh la aore a tt can tie. And there I antn. v li.it of a pauaa In the eulTrage vletory. XhSTg'g a yalliiw flag on Ihe Jgrgg) pola, a auarantlas sign to simw 'lint votei for women got tha roll And Ita asudttlsS'S lew. Tliere'a a yellow alrei.k In Jeraey wiiirh The women humped Into And landed atrande.1 in tha ditch, Aa Im aomethnea do Hut. any, Tliere'a a yell o' Irlumph train the wre,-k, Prgo lass tag u " nltn That though they've got It In th neek. They're llhere to Sght again sosfgoBirr, lln. i.;i ou anil Kunraglta. In .onintrv and tn town, Although you get them down airmettmes, Voe csnnvt keep thain down. W. I. I ..rto OCTOBER 22, 1915. THE NEW CONSTITUTION. The Jndlrlary Article OonsMered Fsr ther by Mr. Wlckerahara. Tothb Rnrroa or Thb 8fN Bir; Fol lowing the principle of complete mo: blllzatlon of the Judicial force, and In conformity with recommendations of numerous bar associations and Judges, the revised Constitution provides for the consolidation Into one tribunal of all the criminal courta within the city of New York except the Supreme Court having jurisdiction superior to that of Maglatrates and Special Resnlons Courts. In this respect the convention fol lowed the example recently aet by the Legislature in uniting all the Courta of Special Sessiona ln the five coun ties into one Court of Special Ses sions for the city of New Tork, hav ing Jurisdiction In minor criminal caaea, and ln the case of the Munici pal Court of the city of New York, which Is a similar conaolldatlon of the local Inferior courts of civil Jurisdic tion. The revised Constitution provides that from and after January 1. 1917, the Jurisdiction of the Court of General Sessiona of the city of New Tork shall be extended throughout the city, and there shall be devolved upon It In aMHInn 1., tlio liirlo,1 Int Ion In nrlmtnil mnttor. now nnaaesse.t hv It ln KewT,1"r" quite unwilling to allow thf York and Bronx counties the criminal I Jurisdiction of the County Courts In t Kings, Queens and Itlchmnnd. The serve as sucn until the expiration or ,n ,.rIT. rnr wtileb thav hivo lion the terms for whl. li tl.ev h.cve been elected, receiving the same compen- satlon which at present is attached to their respective offices. Their suc- cessors shall be elected In the counties where they at present reside for a un.ionn prri.i.. ... .,,.. -en ,. ...... 11, ,.m pnmnanaullfin ul .11 lia . I V ...1 I, V ,he Keglalature. The .ludk-cs of the rourt are empowered to choose a i.rMi,i111K Judge, charged with the g.Mra administration 01 the court. ann wno sua ii assnrn me jtumes to hnid the various term of the court .-.throughout the greater city. .uMec.!aln,.numi.nt to th of ulRhs pro-; to sucn regulations as the rTSSKUng 1 Justices of tho Appellate Divisions Of .. . . . . n. . I llin Mmirama . ruirt n tho I- rut nml ..... - - - - - is - nrt lloni.r.mont. from tima tn I .., , . -,h. ,,, SiSSli B aaaa.a a a aa BBBTa BI Bai gaj aaiB in Its dls. retlon may authorize the election of one ndditlon.il J.ittire to reside In and be chosen by tbe elec- I tor ln the county of Hronx. Thus Instead of four separate courts of attnerlor criminal b.risdlctlon In the city of -New irk there will l' on. such court with fifteen Judges, hav-j Ing Jurisdiction throughout the city. charged with the general enforcement ' of the criminal law within the c.ty. subject to the present Jurisdiction .f . ... C ,.. ...!. the unpens Court, which Is exercised only in exceptional cases. This stipe- tion of the Constitution are preserved i Would Monopoly of This Transpor rlor organization if tho Judicial force "inviolate forever." Rut It ha been latlon Service He Hotter? for the despatch of criminal Justice held that the Constitution does not i a KorrOB OP Ttta Son Sir As throughout the City ought to result in require a trial by Jury In every easel " , usee of ths RM ft 'avenue end better, more speedy and m..re econom ical administrating! of the criminal law '.nan Hitler existing conuiuotis. Actuated by similar considerations 101 11 the Jurisdiction of the C.ty Court .f .no .!.. . f VU' V..rL. la ...... 1 ' t, , iv. ....., . ... n u. rt .0 vv,., u inrougnout inn greater cuy, ins crvu BDSCUU esslons only, ny providing Jurisdiction now SXSTClSSd by ths I In Section 22 of Article VIII. that the County Courts in Kings. Quesna and Legislature may confer upon any In Hlchmond belnjc devolved upon ,t. the ferlor local court power to try With court to consist of the Judges of the! out a jury offences of the grade of t t1P. Were glaotgd or appointed, and of ,1..... ....... .. ...i ........ .... i , mrj n.v- rtr, ic. ... .1 ,(.... i . oi.u v. flve aiMlt;nal judges, two of whom are to reside in ond ba chossn by ths electors in the county of Kings and, one hy those of each of the counties f Hronx, Itl.hmonil ami Oueens They and their successors are to hold Office for ten years and to receive a salary to be fixed by the Legislature. I'nt.l ,UA 1-oda.Hb -.,..11 o-0.a-o.loo I I " ' iwu'. " '""a 'i ma i n t ...in hosen in tho county ... ni.ii.iiiuuu shall be Surrogate of that county, but if the business warrant the Legisla ture is authorised to provide for a separate Surrogate in that county, and in Its discretion to authorise the elec tion of two additional Judges ..f the City Court, one from Hronx, the other from Kings. There are ten Judges of the City Court of ti e city of New V..rl The I additional live required to be elected will bring the personnel of that court up to fifteen. These Judges are to choose a Presiding Judge charged with the general administration of the court, and who shall assign the Judges to hold the terms ..f th' court through out the greater .ity, subnet to such regulations as the Presiding Justices of the Appellate Divisions !n the First and Second Departments ahall from time t. time prescribe. With regard to both the Court of fJenornl Sessions and the City court the precedent established In M4 re- .pei tin.: the consolidation of the Su- i perlor Court of the . ity of N'w York I mid the Court of Common Pleas of the city and county of Naw York with the Supreme Court Is followed, and tho provisions relating to the consotl datlon of the courts and the extension f Jurisdiction are made to take effect .inly at the evpli.itioii of on. year from the adoption of the Const!-' tilth. n. so as tn enable tin- ne. (sssnry srrangementg for those changes to be perfected ami the appropriate leg islation enacted without inconvenience I w tne punuc There are a number of provisions included ln Ihe proposed amendments dealing with Inferior local courts. I'n der the Const It ut Ion of 1 SU4 It baa been held that the Legislature cannot extend tin. Jurisdiction Of a local court beyond the limits ot the city or vil- lago ln which it is established. This limitation has given rise t. great in- convenience In cases, for example, where a looaj coun of igifcrjor tuns- diotitM is established In a village ami the Legislature prevented from an thO rising its process to lie served in the town In whlcti tho village is es- 1 tubllshod. it Is therefore provided in S.srtion 22 that the Legislature may provide that the territorial Jurisdiction of any Inferior local court now existing or hereafter established In any city or village, or of Justices of the peace In cities, shall extend throughout the county In which euoh court or Justice is located, and also throughout BUOh city or village. Irrespective of town or county lines. It la further provided lli.it the Leg islature may create civil divisions, consisting of not to exceed throe con tiguous towns or parts thereof, for the purpose of establishing in such dlstiicls inferior local courts having territorial jurisdiction throughout the county or counties in which such towns are situated. These provisions nre designed to tin- tie the hands of the Legislature In es tablishing inferior local courta to meet the needs of particular communities, Irrespective of the lines of civil di visions established for legislative and administrative governmental purposes. ln connection with such courta It Is provided In Section 19 that Justices of the peace, city magistrates and all other Judicial officers whose election or appointment la not otherwise pro vided for In the Judiciary article, may be elected In the several cities of the State, or In any boroughs contained within a city, or within districts cre ated for that purpose, or may be ap pointed by aoms of the local authori ties of the several cities In such man ner, with such power and for such terma, reapectlvely, as may lie pre scrllred hy law, and that boards of su pervisors or other officials exercising power now vested In such bnards may fix the compensation to be paid or al lowed to Justices of the peace ln towns or cities for their services in criminal matters. The Legislature is also em powered to regulate hy law the num ber, classification snd duties of Jus tices of the peace. The Judiciary Committee reported to the convention ln favor of empowering the Legislature to preacrlbe the quali fications of Justices of the peace, but that was stricken out by amendment In the convention. The country mem- ,K"i"r fix the qualification r"r "",aln np v'"pr"' an" respect- Cli .Oil' l" i'l JUal iii in tun prVA.r-. A number of improvement In the administration of the criminal law are provided In the amendments to the Judiciary article and the Hill of lllghts. Torrena system. I'nder the existing Constitution a per- The Judiciary article was brought son accused of felony or indictable before tbe convention on the unanl mlsdemeanor who Is willing to plead j mous report of tbe Judiciary Commlt gullty and save the State the expense tee of aeventeen members. It was Of trial, and accept and begin the early adopted In Its present form by the discharge of auch punishment as the affirmative vote of 108 Itepublicans law imputes to his offence, cannot do ,,, 32 Democrats. Only one Repub so until his case has ten submitted ; uran, If. Leroy Austin of Catskill. and to a grand Jury and nn indictment i tw Democrats. James If. Dahm of found, ln sumo of the country coun- I Brooklyn and Albert Cnger of New ties this often leads to the detention I York vot(vl agujllst j. O. Hajce In prison of a defendant who I unable I aubsequsntly asked to have it recorded to procure bail while awaiting the ' tnn, jf R( ,md praMnt he would meeting of a grand Jury for period . y(, vot(i(, , ,., ,,, measure. Mr. ranging from one to four miths. An ,. . . ., j..u... vldSB that any Person may ln the man-1 ner prescribed by law. after examina- ... , ....... v. . . luid or ' .......ii. nnn 1 oy u naawviam . a... . ..J'": J t V. I I ft I K 'l 1 I 1 ' ' M I 1 1 1 I I 1 U t T" l. I HI I I ex. cling live vears Imprisonment or f .n tn.liet.Kl.. m m,nr ll.l- sequent proceedings being had by In- I formation before a superior court of erlmlnal Jurisdiction or a Judge or ti.stl. e thereof it Article VI., Section IS. of the Constitution of ls!M Courts of Special Sessions are given such Jurisdiction of offences of the grade of misde- meanor as may le prescribed by law. Trials l.v Jury In all cases ln which .... 1 . ,uaJ 1 . .k. thev had been used crior to the adoti- or a criminal nature, ana n large number of misdemeanors have been exuressiv nem 10 no iriai.ie oy a court 1 without a Jury. ; also the Implied restriction of Jurisdlo- I -loo. ...... ...... I .............. . ... r.. t . . . . . I III mi'ill. til vv.lt.in ... ......... ...i....i... .. shall hav n.ii.ii ii.iv." ei.vii 1111 mill. 11.1.1 ... fences of the grade of misdemeanor aa may be prescribed by law. In Section 2 It Is provided that on appeals from judgments of conviction criminal cases the Appellate Di vision or the Appellate Term, as the, ci.se may be, may reduce the sentence Imposed by the trial curt or Judge, j and In ths amendment to section 6 "f the Bill of Rights, that tn any criminal gh in- i'....- ... . osv-u .....e right tout least one appeal, and there ;s .ulile.1 to the provision that no per- i ... 1 1 .... . 1....A in.... sou e.l.lll oe lirinimi .I.e. or property without due process of law the further requirement that he shall not be denied the equal protec tion of the laws, thus making our BUI of Lights conform with the pro visions of the Federal Constitution and effect unlly seeuring the citizen against tbe arbitrary exercise of gov- eritmental Power l'lnally, to place the legislation of this .state upon the highest plane of modern humane thought in dealing with children whose parents arc un able to properly control them, the Legislature is empowered to establish Childrsn's Courts and Courts of Po- in. stic Relations, either as separate!. courts, or parts of existing courts, orl courts hereafter to be created, and to I ismfer upon them such equity and! other Jurisdiction as may bamecessary I for the correction, protection, guard- ssnshlp and disposition of delinquent, neglected or dependent minors, and f..r the punishment gad correction of adults responsible for or contributing I to such dellnqueii. . . tieglect or de i pendency, and of .iii persons Isgally I chargeable w ith the support f w.fe or children who abandon or neglect to (support them, ln the exercise of such I Jurisdiction SUCh courts axe omp..w ered to hear and determine causes Willi or vvillioiit a jury, except those involving a felony. These provisions empower the Legislature to deal with these sub jects of vital Imp.. nance to the wel fare of our people In SUJOh manner ns tho best thought and most enlightened Judgment of the time may dictate! un hampered by restrictions whb h hith- I erto have Impelled the exercise of such j power. Under existing conditions the so-called Children's Court! only oh- rain Jurisdiction over children by treating them as criminals. The new w..r.U ! Wll.r u! ;.. the provision devils with them as ol the State. It gives also to the court which bus Jurisdiction over ths child power tn .leal with tin. parent, and thus to regulate the who!,, domes lie relation und tlx and enforce the ! responsibility of the parent as well as 1 to discipline ur nuide tho child. ML, liiloloou , Ineliio. ot.o a number of miscellaneous utunJ. 1 menta designed to improve the admin lstratioii of Justice. It conllrms the power of the Court of Appeals, at present dependent wholly on statute, to determine the qualillcat ions and prescribe tho rules regulating the ad mission to practise of uttorneys and counsellors in the courts of the State. Kxcopt in the case of the consolida tion of the ofllces of County Judge and Surrogate, or to maku the com pensation of the Judges of Die Court of Appeals equal to that of any Jus tice of the Supreme Court, it provides that tho compensation of a Judge in justice of any court of record in the Btate shall be neither increased nor decreased during the term of office for which he was elected or ap pointed. It Increases the limit of the amount whlcfh may be sue for ln the County Courts from $2,000 to $S,000, and em powers tbe Legislature to extend their Jurindlcrlon not only to cases whore the defendant Is a resident of the county but also to embrace those where the defendant has nn office for the transaction of business In the county and the cause of action arose therein. It authorizes a Surrogate of a county to hold a Surrogate's Court In any other county when requested by the Surrogate of that county. It authorizes the Legislature to provide for the appointment of a CommlR sloner of Jurors in any oounLy In a county In the First and Second Judi cial Districts by the respective Appel late Livlalia of tbe department em bracing such counties, am ln a county in any other Judicial district by the Justices of the Supreme Court resident In the district embracing such county. Except In New York county It has been held by the Court of Appeals that the Legislature cannot empower the courts to appoint the Jury Com missioners, but they must be elected or chosen by the local authorities of the county. The proposed amendment would ennble t.he legislature to take the office of Jury' Commissioners en tirely out of politics and vest It where It properly belongs. In the bands of the court. Finally, provision is made to enable tbe Legislature to establish a system of State registration and guaranty of title to feal estnte such as the " ' " '"to"' ZTnn t , :' " ' ...,.,,.., ... ",r" r. . I , v xZu h r th ctv 1 r.urf of New inrk tie re- ... . . . . ... . . - - . . Olice.l irom ge.WW, HS piufjuaau ...y ...n committee, to $3,000. an amendment 1 l" ' " . A "luu "r lam revise.i jut.ic.ry article will show that it embraces ' mi,n' nP',1",1 "ml UM'I U' . re.form" lnp aominiairaiioit ... j,.s,..n. should appeal to all those who are In I 'erest.sl in tne emciem enron-rairnt or law and the jiresorvntion 01 orner. OaOBOB W. WtCKBMHAM. New Tokk, OetObSP 21 COMPETITIVE BUS LINES. Riverside Drive buses 1 .iesir.. to pro t,.si against the recommendation of th. noaru 01 f.sutn.iie s 11.1:1. ii.rr . ..iiuii.ii.- '" grant B franchise to a second omnl bus company. Kioto my standpoint n ft private cttlsen It means that in many case, with two separate companies op erating bus.s. it wiii be nscsssary to puy two fares instead of on. My experience with the SSPrlCS riven by the present company has proved it to he u: Iformly safe, rapid, ext. nslve and OOUrt go US Its DUSSa are nlw,iy.s aplck and sp.in Ins rls and out, no over crowding, and ths conductors are re markably civil and polite In their treat ment of passengers, Why, when one company i.as always given suoh Kit gfactory public service, r. fuse it an opportunity to enlarge the business which It gives sudi evi.lei.c- of undsrstandlng thoroughly? Preelection promises were for a "l.uei nsss administration." Way nut follow good Dustness principieg ana give i natural increase it. busitietw to the firm which has ii . .ii red go...i and falrnful serv cs In the paal 1 Bspsclslly when by an ,lom tha interest of the BUbllfl la ' i.etter nerved than by gncouratiing the , entrance of .. new and untried concern. ,,,..i,, ... ,r. . .. ..m in te.e,.ie.n eyaioma; iii avwrr ie two systems it t ll.Te i,eir:s ... . ng for two phones, whereas .:, o ... V..u- V..,-k ....1v n.-.v f..e ..no If the red oars were run by the same parties who operate the green cars there would be transfers at many points where now we have to pay two fares. Tl'o same condition will obtain with two gepsrste bus companies without any increased revenue to the city. The present company having proved energetic, reliable and efficient, why not give it the franchlsg It desires when It is willing lo pay .is much as a new .s.u- em without ggperisncs and is in a posi tion spparently to begin Increased eer vlce at ones wherever the demand exists'.' I hope of lets who feel ns 1 do will o.,r..c i!,,tjr ot.! iron, lis the ii.ott,.r im tis. lrrmort int both .is matter of .-Ivlc y and for the good of the travelling public to go unprotsstsd, J. K. Adams. N'rw y. rk, October 21 An tdiulrer of Kepresentativ e Gard ner of Massachusetts. To THS EDITO. or Tin: BUM Sir: The editorial article in TUB Son .f October i a giving 'in.' credit to Representative uaTunei oi ... .ss... a.,s..s ,..r ins ,,,,, uirni aKaiiisi on. is ...r n.ne.n.u rterenee wna timclv When we reineints-r t he mtumely that wee heaped is fellow msmvera of Cun. ! ,,1,1,..,. ;lM,j' I upon him b grgga and many newspapers and how I patronising remarks wars p..uli.inK r'''lri" weie m.l.ie nootll nig campaign ;.i man "luarieia. .... .. ... ... ... ...... . Was railed to the litTeron'e between slsotlng tnsrs politicians to office, es- peclally to Congresg, and electing men like Mr. Uardner. Such men h ive been as scarce 111 public life as hen's teeth ainoo the civil war We have had poli ticians ad nauseam. 1 do not know the politics "f Mr. o.nd ner. but 1 do remember his courageous tight for preparedness, I hereby nomi nate him for President hi Hill! Should a certain other gentleman receive a, nomination 1 sugg. ..t lliat III. I.otn-s-i 'r ,mWe,E H Vftn , iiioiios s tSATioan. BB00KI.TN. Oetobsr 81 Amsilni QnestlOB from a tcrv Sinull Mlale. To Tin: I5DIT0S or Till Si n sir Why1 are the woman vvho i'cetiiv the rear I IgUlg ol UCVll IV Ig.lllg so tat And tiie bigger the car, the fatter thev lire! BLAWggNBSROIPS. vYilminotom, lb I. October SO, Hanta.ie to Bupplf I't.rUtnias llli.ner. yreSI tht fosses Chrfimrlr Btr Rai IsmSsstsr has lust found it wnrlll while In lct.,lk" ones Btors the Seot tlsh BstlSrBieS'g belief tliut Ihe emmnn eiiio'e barnguig devslopg int-i n bird How hue tiiN mstsmorphoglg seen go long bald tn I... a fact. With no experience tn Ita favor -.nit nil experience ggalrtal it? It Is an held, not otuv In Boollgnd. but. for In etaii. In Jgfggy, 11 In BSI long a1n.-a a Jgrgty parlor nisltl ran in h.-r gntpteygr In much ggellamenl with a i.uni :.- in her lend "iiM.k. tn lion " el... a.ild, "it'a ..fr a stop and 11 gill soon ahasgg to a tie.. ' H'-r gyes ere bright with elpec tatlnn, for lite CrtirlgtinSl dinner WSg gsariy t'ie. REGENTS VOTE LL. D. TO EX-SEMATOR ROOT Honorary Degreei Will Re Con fpmd To-nijrht Whitmnn Makes an Address. EULOGIES OF MrKKl.W Y albant. Oct. 21 Tbe honorary it. gree of doctor of laws was rated uj Rlihu Root at noon to-day by the Iio.iro of Regents of the t'nlversity of the ,. of New Tork. The degree will ). ferred on Mr. Root In pSPJOn at the . . Ing session of thn present nnini.tl . verslty convocation to-morrow otgio Mr. Root will be the IsjOBthMh clplent of the honorary degree M, f) the last one having been SOBferred nn February , 18M. The first di-grea m conferred upon Robert H Livingston on Mnrch 13 1702 Gov. Whitman personally welcomp.l to Albany to-night several hundred SflUca, tors from all parts of the State, who ir attending the sessions held In OMumi t ion with the convocation of the t university nt ths State of New York, The OovarrrOfl address dealt with the broad gubjeei of education and to a large extent was his. torical. He had this to say of the su 1 expenditures for education.' "Thn task of dealing with the Htttt'l flnnnres and of directing Its expenilitu'ag is perhaps the most difficult which IM Governor Is cilled uin to ptrfOPm, lit must, of course, Insist on econ miy, hut he must at the aame time not cripple tlx essential actlvl'iea of the common enlth by an economy that thinks nut ol the morrow of the .State. "When It wa j try duty Its', apr ng t examine more train 3.(100 Items appro priating the money of the Ktate. t by veto to save where money might saved without harm, I felt justified ir. passing favorably upon appropriation! for educational purposes aggregal n nearly lo,00O,00n, for I knew that Wit out this prartlcal support by the L.gur lature and the Governor, our chlldrsn and the State Itself would be Itnta.n urably the poorer. "The Stata has here ere. te.l .1 hem: tlful building to the good service of frM education and the bounty of this pro- vision will measure for all time trig sm ; erous support which should he given for Its Tion-partlsan Intelligent use Tha greatness of the State and tha hlghsM good of all the people require that thg cause of public education should bs pe SPOUSly supported In the future as it has been In our State from Its formation." St. Clalr MeKelway P.nloalaed The first session of the convocation which was held this afternoon, .It voted largely to speeches ln msmon of the late Chancellor St. Clair Mi K way. editor of the Brooklyn gagls, K Chief Judge Cullen of the Court of Ar peals, delivered an s.ldress which a-.o in the nature of a personal spprectt tion of Dr. MeKelway s qualities. rp address formally opened the eOBrON tion. Oswald O, Villard and Ragsnl ChU ter S. Lord delivered eulogies on the late Chancellor. Mr. Vlllard's address wio on the topic "St. Clalr MeXslway, the Journalist." while Hegent Lord spnko o: "St. Clair MeKelway, the Educator fif Dr. MeKelway s personal sk li newspaper work, Mr. Villard said "Mis memory was truly astoundini Not only could he memorize a -p. -after reading It over two or three t ine, but It is related of him thai afti a dinner, he wrote from mem..-. solid columns for the Army and v -r JoseaoJ, reporting, without having lak any notes, the series of Offhand ad dresses with faultless accuracy. Thai this there could be no more strikltti proof of the benefits of the severe m--till discipline which Journalism if fords to those who labor .Uiiv for it and know how to honor It Few, of course, can aspire to such achievements as I r. MeKelway s. but unquestioned benefits do . omg frim daily wielding of the pen to thus, n can profit In any degree by its ceaselgM and rigid schooling. Newspaper me i Mnnnl furii. t thai Ilr t. Icalatav e.v I t o Amen, an h.atorv the word .ri bagger,' thereby characterising Wltl i .,,,,,. , ,.,.. .... ...u ... ,v. history of a not, .hie section ol country Nor will their pride ever ahc ill his looping at ones to a nt artiy ef flee to telegraph to his newspaper '.. story of a railroad wreck from S'hicli he was himself freed Just as the devour ing flames were a.'tually leaping St h I clothes." Mr. Lord Lord's Addreas. bad this to say Mr the e.l.tor : "Our friend, the late Chancellor, fascinated In his youth by -a literature. Vety many of big lift IfS' pul-es were Inspired by It, and h. I early manhood he began his new ipef career he rseslVSd additional II from tho great editors of that .. t. '"any OX vv notn n hud pers t tiuaintance. "it wag in suoh environment that i " friend siajnt his youth. II s s: i ! 'if literature continued through wa a constant reader and htg lira 1 ' was a life of study. lie devoured lsi of biography and of history if g Possibly mote than in sn"thll S ! " he Interested in diplomacy snd si it" mansnlp and public affairs. Ha knts great many public men and bJI llKnr ,,ifonii,.tion and th ir alons. lie ..nr. i, .. ,1 it, mill i cafgrences He ,s.,.ss,.,i i. . pWi 0f information lie km t.i.la of r,....- "To his sld as an sducstor hg .... ,,,;,,, , o i 11 xujm ,ls,.fu. Ktiow ;. dge of 1 il .,lIld puW men ; this fsniliial i'y history, with us prsoedei t ami 1 " ! ample; this intimacy will lileistuf , tnls knowledge of law, of ,1 p oiiih 4 1 statesmanship ; this acute I .1 ! perception of public gentimNU :,: : j wauls; tins practical SBperlei I almost every phase of gniei I -let me emphasize it - this ' ity to imparl the tressur formation through th . I speech." Commlsslonsr of Kdu 1 iv rinley delivered i.idr. I to the college and unl who have entered upon th. sines the last voeat detits are: Frank 1' Rlo.lg. M ' 'ollegs ; A. It. 1 trul 1 'hei Si for Teachers, Henry N Ma."' Vasaar Collage: Kidney 1: Me- iegg of the t 'ity of New Joseph A. Mulry. S .1. I' a ,1 verslty, and John Hal I '..liege. WILL HONOR JOAN OF ABC I. round Broken lor HlBlUe " ' side Drive and Olid Strerl n round was broken yestei . . little knoll ovsrlooklhg llivi - at Ninety-thud street, ; Joan of Arc J Msnford - orary president of the originator of tin. project, III n.'.l spadeful on tin. ground mi Statue will stand Mr. laltus made 1 nil QeorgS Kreilern k Kilns committee, spoke M Vr Myait modelled II n ' not able lo he pi. -. il. hid glees, Miss Clara iiighn liar.