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FRIDAY, EEHKUAKY 11, 1010.
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Sirand , , .,, , ,,, Paris nine,- nil" in i. i""' -- n... .... it..., a Sm.t mill i. ti...i.Im,.,.. hi. .. lllttl.t Hill.. line Brookln mile. lUS 1.1 IHUSUMI PlIVI'. our rirnrfs n ln filinr i; tilth unliit tcnpti ami Wwtnitwm lr pMnallnn ('. lo Ante rrlrtted rtcl retiir,ud tli'u wml m alt cavt tei.J iUmp fur ll.al iurioe. By tho n-llintloli of tin St'ovetury of Wnr tin- Adiiiliilfttnitloii mill, more, the country lo-'- mo-t Miluiible hcrvntit. Mr. iAiii:iMV cin-ri'i' 1ms been niiirUdl hy n Im-mllli nml (U'plli of Ipiiniliis. n timtiirlty of Juilcim-iit nnd a sreat (! m-iim- that n tin keynote of hi- si.- -il "''III . The lo.-s to our .i.:ilc M-nin- I nttcrly ili-plonililc. The Three l)e)rtment of Our Cotrrium-iit. There I- forci- In the propo-ltlon thnt the preater the (lanp-r "f th' Invasion of the Supreme t'mirt h men of tenipe-tunii- iiiliul- anil radi cal opinion- tin- arentor the need on that bench of jurl-ts of the tpe of Chaiiu.s 1 Ivans IIkiiiks a- safe guards of our Institution. On the other hand, llil- I- to lie snld : J. If the Supreme Court I- to con tinue It- pulley of iiMildlm; decision adverse to i evolutionary projects of legislation by throw Inir the entire re tiponslblllty on the political depart ments of the liovernmeiit : and L If Concre I- to continue In Its pracllfe of ieieii(linn more and more upon the I'li-ident a- party leader for the Initiative: and 3. If the -hapUis: of the lecl-latioii of change nnd reconstruction Is to become more and more the function of the r.MVUtlve: Then for the -iilvullon of our In-tl- tutlons the need nf a Juri-t of sane i conservatism and equable Intellect and well iiroiiuded kliovvledse of con Ktltlltlomil principles W likely to bo not h-s- luiperathe -ome day In the White llou-e ihan on the bench of the Supreme Court. Mr. Wlllrot's Itoad to I'sefnlness. President William (i. Wn.i i ox of the Hoard of llducatlon will Ju-tlfy the vote- of thoe who supported his candidacy if ho translate- Into Imme diate action his programmo of liar-monloil- eonperatlon between the de partment over which In- pre-lde- and the Itoard of K-tliimte. In neither body Is there :i member who dm-- not want the public schools in endure. expand and Improve. The taxpayer- h-iirn with sincere regret of the have im open kel for the schools, i death, at hi- home In Woluirn, Ma-s., and they expert In return for their) of lto m. A. Davis, the champion freely given money mulling Hint a amateur checker plnyer of New Ting well coii-trin ied svslem -hould not land. We did not have the honor and be able to siippl. The public dissatisfaction with the aystem 1- not caused b. the expense of maintaining it, heavy though that cost Is. It Is generally fell that the results achieved are not as good n they should be; that the -chimllng given In the elementary grades does not train the children a- they should ho trained. If Mr. Win cox can cor reet the cnuilil Ions that give rise to this sentiment, he will be a sii -ssfill president of the board, and he need hate no fear of being hampered by the Mayor, the Comptroller, the I'res Idem of the Aldermen or any of the Borough I'rc-hleiits. Keeping Order In the Senate. Senator William ,Ioi:i. Skim, of Missouri, whom vvhim-lcul fortune hits cast for the pari of cluiii'uiaii of the rorelgn Relation- Comiulttee when the respon-lhllltle- of Hie post chIIoiI for a blstorloul ilu'inv, 1- no doubt doing hi- best to live up 10 the Illusion, but he is siiuieilme- n.- mim ing as the Kangaroo of Aim. mis Waiip. What could be funnier ilmu Mr. Sio.xr rebuking Senator limit 11 of Idaho for being a partisan' Mr. lioK.vii's oiieiioe was Unit he hnd sent to Uie rondliig desk In the Senate a newspaper nrilcle coiiiiiln lug an Interview wlih ir, .Iaioii Sak ois, an Amerlenp medical piislonai, recenily escaped from Armenia, who told the story of tin- Turks burning Dr. Siiimmin, an American citizen, because he refused 10 avow hlin-elf a Miihaiiiliiediiu. The Hmlnniin of the l orelgll Itclnthin- Comiulttee wa - shocked and Indignant, He charged I ny f ye-terday. Yet It seemed In Mr. RoiiAit with giving "a kind of eoiiL'rnoiis for Ihe news of Mr. Dt vis's partisan color" to the proceedings. It wub in tain Unit tin- Idaho Sena tor protested ihe public should know "Ihe conditions which exist in lhoe countries wlih reference to our own pcoph The plea was slernh Jected. It w us a partisan purpose the Senator fiom Idaho hnd In view," tain ,xir. rsioNK, "and In lino with other things that ho has been doing hero In tho Konnte." To which the umihn-licd itoiiAii replied; "If the Senator from Missouri wrants lo assume Hint that Is a reflection tipon his party 1 havo nothing to ay aa to Hint. If ha Im going lo rise here when ever aii llitriK of that kind Is put in the record without any offence, to the Ad ministration nnd assume that It Is a re liction upon the Administration, that Is t tin business of tho Senator from Mis- snurl." '11-1(1 V ll Is llin "business' Of HlO Stnloiliit fi'iitn tllvw.illrl. Never wus snreu - m richer. A cliulrmiin of tho lnn-iit Korelgn Hi-liitlotis Onmmlttoc Ik - nets im Mr. Wilson's personal rep. lesentntlvo m tin- Hour of tin- Semite, Is keeper of tin- ((iii-clcnci- mill guar illini of tin- Administration's fortunes, rapping rcfriu'loiy Senators over the knuckles with Ills ferrule mill lectur ing tin-in ii n nt tlu-lr lnirtcoriilnps. 'I'Iip liiul bojs of tin- Senate are learn- lug who their llluler Is, Wtl.I.IAM Him,vi: Hoavii -oems to lie tin- worst i- (M.n, (- 1" Incorrigible, fulling , ... , - hi iiiiiicisinmi mm. iiu.v sy iiqiiom ui piii'tUmililp III tho Senate will lie In- -taiitly delected and summarily pun-l-hcd by the Senator from Mls-ourl, who has reformed piirtlsali-hlp out of his own s.v-tem. Kultur's Opportunity. In the hrluht lexicon of kultur "fortltled" applli-s as well to Strut foi d-on-Avoii as to a dozen or so other place- In Ktii-'liind on which devastat ing botiibs hate been showered. More over, there lire dramatic possibilities In the demolition of the Shake-peare church In Unit Ki-ntle-t and bet be loved of Warwick-hire vlllaces which knit nr. If true to It-elf, could III af ford to overlook. Suppoe, for In-tance, the cracefut attention from :i Zeppelin bomb were I lined for April 21 next. That would be the :iOoth anniversary of Shakh- sh aiu:'.- death, the annlver-ary, more' over, of his birth as well, for It seems he died on hi- lifly-ecoml birthday. I'.e-hle-, April ''.'l happens to be lla-ter Day. That fact would plve a practl cal as well a- a sentimental value to the -udden annihilation of the little Stratford church. A well timed bomb dropped throttuh the roof on that day would doiibtle tlehl a fine bag of maimed, mangled and murdered wo men and children. Hut above all there would be the laceration to the feelings of English speaking peoples over all the wide world were the tomb and sacred du-t of our Sii.vkksI'Kark blasted out of exlstein e. A rude awakening, too. for our poor Will from bis !IOo years of peaceful slumber! And then the delicious irony of tho-e words of his which for -o many kulturless centu ries imve kept vandal hand- from hl grave: tiood friend for JescV sake forbear To dlK the. dutt Irclofed here. IlIcHicd he he that fp.ire thue stones, And i-urst be ho that moves my hones." What a va-tly amu-lng hendllne, to be sure, tho-o pathetic words of ap peal and vain threatening') would make for a kultiir newspaper descrip tion of how bones nnd stones and du-t and the whole church edifice which -hollered them hud been wiped off the face of the earth In one great crash ing, shattering roar! One can Imag ine the (iargantunn shouts nf laugh ter that would co up over nil kultur doni at these glad Ha-ter tidings of great joy. Mr Davis Has Reached the King Row. pleasure of hi- m ipiainlance ; but we nre sure he was a man worth know ing. He reached the age of 7S, and If he resembled other checker platers of skill and reputation, he was not too mellow, or too careless of his reputation. It Is a mistake to sup pose that checkers Is a game exclu slvely for the mild of temper, for those who habitually restrain their lunger, who practise u soft good uu lure that invite- Imposlilon. On the coiiiniry, a true nuister of draughts I- likely to he a peppery, hotheaded fellow, quick to re-out an unwar ranted familiarity, and strong In the defence of hi- right-. I'nless the breed of New England checker player- ha- gone to seed ami we do not believe for a moment 11 ha- all of Its monilwr- are ardent and Intelligent -upporters of national preparedness. Their experience, in pursuit of etperlness in their clio-en game has shown them the folly of oppo-lng untrained, iinln-truotod men in ihose who have served as 'prentice hand-, 1 'hooker- Is, Indeed, a game of war: when our piioitl-ts sweep the load soldier- from the nursery they must sina-li Uie checker board-, dies is, a- all men know, the true high school of war: thnt, we a-siinie, has already been pry-erUied b.v the on elides of uillltmi-m. Ren- is 11 contradiction we leave to III', Mi ilNsH'.liliKKii to solve: Checkers 1- as modern as the electric light, as fining as a waterfall : It Is ployed, and played marvellously well, by railroad men, baggage ma-tors, station agents, expressmen, It hiiriiioulyes with To- ' ,i,,,. ,,bllo nro-ei-vlmr the resoeoinbll dentil to come by telegraph. It .should have been circulated by courier; trav ellers by slag noli should havi spread It along the highways; tin ,edieis. Iilneiaul shoemakers and ' tailors should have carried It to Ihe remoter settlements, A telegrapher has no place In tho ll-seiiilnatlou of such news; and yet (hero nro un doubtedly telegraphers who .know how to piny checkers; possibly one of them feels himself man enough to take tip tho honors Mr. Davis has left open. It may bo thnt checkers Is played In surroundings rich and ornamental. Rut the real savor of the gnmo must he lost when It Is transferred from tho comfortnblo obscurity of tho gen eral store or the baggage, room at the deepot. Nor can It exercise lis full spell when the board Is new, the checkers free frotn- vve cannot suy grime, hut certain evidences of con templative handling. There l u suggestion of heavy boots nbout the group of onlookers, each burning to contribute his advice to the contestants, and dialing under the restraint of etiquette mid u whole some respect for the shun' tongue of reproof. Here nre Uncles, and Old Rills nnd Young Rills; n neighbor hood congregation with Its well de fined cla-s distinctions scrupulously recognized nnd wholesomely pre served, In which full liberty Is not translated Into demoralizing license. The tobacco Is strong; not nil of It Is burned; snuff survives; nnd the store keeper calculates to n nicety the In roads thnt nre mnde on crncker bar rels nnd rnlsln box. Tho stove, n noble Instrument, sits reassuringly In n huge tray of sand; the light comes from coal oil Inmps, with dingy tin reflectors surrounding their chim neys ; there Is n flnvor of codfish, mo lasses mid other potent conie-tlbles In the nlr. nnd the door Is tight shut. The team Is hitched under the shed behind the meeting house; we shall see the road to the king row, which some call crown head, opened pres ently. It may be that a piece will be huffed; It so. It will be an event, long to be remembered. We ask for no portrait of Mr. Davis. We know how he looked. We hnvo n picture of a shrewd, deliber ate, calculating man, whose moves were made without ha-te, but without neiay unnecessary ; wno-e mil..,..--, were properly empha-izeil, whose de-1 feats were accented philosophically, n,l inmn.1 tn rnnit nei-oimt In enulti-i iiIiil' him for the next encounter. A ' man of stability, good sense, nnd s,,,,, ,.lke, n useful turn in north stnndllig: who to-day wears the man- orn .imnPnt.i, vvhero In nvo weeks tie of fame that was hl-V Events ts. Theories. The Hon. Ci.appk KneiiiN hick- splendid sport, and the state bounty neither brains nor experience; his1 of JT.r.O for each wolf pelt, -with family for generations has furnl-hed "unty bounties nddod, makes It , worth while to Tx- a Munchnilsen in successful jHilltlcal leader.-; he I- not i Mml0J, i( Incapable of understanding the logic I ' ' . of events. I Karaburno, the Australian pony that What must have been his musings with 113 pounds up won tho Kultur on the expedlencr of ndlng on the ; Stake, detain e one mile, m 1:10, nt . . . i, ' . . , ., tui 1 the rranco-llrillsli racetrack nt Sa advice of Mr. Riiyan as he sat sile nt , fop Willie V HAMP (.LARK Oilmen ll siMiin- cant majority of I1ou-e Democrats with him nnd ngaln-t Risvan'; I.OTfly Woman, Heed Them Not! There Is no probability that Lovely Woman will nllow herself to bo influ enced in the slightest particular by i... i.i f Dm Inferior ; ' V " , . .., Sex WHO 111 viriilllia mm -'."""'.,, l1.,M1I. If 1 io.,r , vol. seek to readjust her costume; and she should not. She has achieved grace, beauty ami goon sense in nei garments. Never was -lie more no comlngly attired than -he Is to-day: never did her dres- meet hotter the requirements of the climate and the exigencies of her multifarious call - Ings than It does to-day. These same complainants worebu-y ten years ngo be-eeohlng Lovely Wo man to shorten her skirt, to reduce the dimensions of her hut, to show pity for the poor boasts slaughtered that she might enwrap her throat, to loosen her skirt, to abandon her slays. To-morrow they will he tilled with other causes for fear and nii-glvlng-; Lovely Woman may, In the fulness of time, be brought to an approximation of tln-lr pre-ent de-Ire-: and then they will find other faults, preach other sermons, and generally reveal themselves once more as preihllned opponents of nil that Is good nnd ( fashionable. Lovely Woman Is all right : and she knows It. We knew Lot was pro-perou?, but we didn't suspect he got so many checks thnt he had to indorse, 'em with a rubber stamp to save bis pen hand. Is ll certain that a "no sent no faro" law would not overcrowd cars beyond the endurance of the must calloused s t ra plain ger '.' The figure, for the lower half of the body, the hips und legs, averaged from the measurements nf more than 1,500 Wellesley girls, are almost exactly tho.se, of the Venus ill Mllo. -fiiiun ilrapolii. On tho strength of this remarkable statement tho Well.wley undcrgtad- iiatt'S might say that tho Venus of Melon tools a mean advantage of them In coming down to us without anus, Being classical students, they know that this particular Venus Is draped from about the waist down, and that therefore the ine.isuremcuLs of her lower limbs nre not available. Kvl dently an audacious person Is amusing himself at tho expense of tho fair ones of Wellesley. "A dry nutlonul capital would ho a menace to society and good govern ment," sturdily declares llepreseuta tlve CAtir.t, He represents In part the city of Milwaukee, to which he ile. mauds the capital bo leinoved. Has New York no rights? It makes more beer than does Milwaukee and is fur ther from the La I'ollottii belt. "Tho State that lives nt homo fares best and prospers most," sajs tho At Inula Cnrisfffiiflon, urging Georgians to work for "Independent c." Tho State has been buying millions of pounds of butter from other Slates, but Is now launching Into tho cream cry business. That means that Georgia Is going to raise cattle, and to do that she will havo to raise forage ciopa; prosperity works la circlets, Florida, also, Is giving earnest attention to the possibilities THE SUN, FRIDAY, of stock raising In tho South, Thwe reports nro to bo placed beside the announcement of tho discovery by ft physician of New Hern, N. C, that rare beef Is a positive preventive and suro euro for malaria. The I'rankfurlrr Zrttunn halls the successful retreat of the Ocrman colo nial troops from Kumerun to Spanish (lulnea an one of the moit notable tio.hlcveinents of the ivholo colonial war fare. .Iiiisfrnmiu ilrspatch. In that respect It seems to bear ft striking resemhlanro to tho retirement of the Hrltlsh forces from Uallipoll, which London newspapers rcgurded as n historic achievement. Of course Hrother Moo.v would scorn to say thnt tho greatest lobby of nil thin; was In Washington working against his railway mall pay notions unless ho had tho facts to support htm. Mow ho resists the temptation to kco himself In splendid typo on all front pagoa hy naming the members of tho lobby passes merely human understanding. It is gratifying to know, upon the authority of a member of the Naval Consulting Hoard, thnt tho t'ntted States Is soon to have the tlnest aero plane engine In tho world; but the question is. Will tho Government, fol lowing Its own precedents, idlow the Invention to pass Into the possession of a European I'owcr? The way to win In any same, I don't care what the i?am Is, baseball, foot ball, Rolf cr anything else. Is to play It cleanly. Peiict I.'!Iai-uhton. An admirable sentiment, but Mr. Hauoiiton Is not uverse to winning by the Inculcation of scientific principles. Now that ho has become a baseball magnate may wo not expect the clean est baseball Hoston has ever seen? Having decided that water tanks on buildings nre barrels, therefore can bo built by coopers without stretching too fur the terms of industrial ad justment, tho carpenters nnd coopers of Kansas City can laugh at the doc tors of international diplomacy. Wars have 1-een fought over questions no more dlftleult than tho barrelness of tanks. ,f Mp... Co,nT ruvvso enn 1;,.,.,, Senator Thompson repressed thev may succeed in doing something with th.- committee over which he Pr,"'l,,' I more than 100 wolves havo been killed v ski runner", who can glide over ' the thin mow crust where the hunted i boasts break through. Ski.nc is a a small horse; or Is the track of the Allies shorf.1 "Down with backbone gown! clubwoMirn frniloie. Idlc! Ladie! cry Was ever a Quaker without good I lighting blood in lilmV There's joung I Tom Hi Ti.mi. beginning his twentieth his twentletl from Pennsyl ear lis Itepresent.ilivo , cran on the tloor for a nav y big enough to lick nil creation He's n . . -. ...n i nlfectloniitely known in the Jtartne Corps as llattllng HPTt.r.n. The bo.-u"t of Kansas thnt it ha 77.11011 automobiles, one in everj other ' f.itn.ly. Is chatacteristlc Hut tvhnt mints s the model. 'Will the State famous fur its p,ielll-ts furnish fur ther particulars? The Danish Journal l'nllrt.i .tciv, that quotes ".1 business man who ha made a s.x month tour 111 Germany" as saying that 'Venditions ill tho em- plre aro more desperate than they were In Pari- ,11 1-70." .should be asked to explain how; the business man con- triveii to tinvel for sit months in a country u din ed to such desperate straits that, as ho F.iys, all the cats ami (bu.- had bein eaten. Lying is not n tine art In Europe these days. President Wilson i- to vNlt Newark In May. Looking over his old battle Holds 7 Mr T.vrr to the contrary, it 1. doubt ful If Lord Svlisiiit.v 's "sense of humr" w.i much of a factor In Eng land's course In the Venezuelan af fair. Was It not the case that England vi. is sine of her evidence In the bound ary dispute? An ll'in-tra'cd lecture on vital statls. tics elided the conference. nrtpntcli niii Cnedyii, Even the death rate s riot safe fiom tho movies, .tiller-e Iti-pert on the Knaaii VIMIhmI of Stimulating Poulitaln Pens. To no. I.111011 or Tin: Srt--ir- Your 1 nri'i cpon-lent .lames J". Uofcsn. who sug ae.ls a ' lifter uy ' In niiiUe (lie Ink llov from a rel.ictmit fciuntnlii pen, nays he v as amuse ! at my enthusiastic (njjr.'.e- iin-iil nf t lie blotting paper tileli, ami recnniltlf ll'H melting the ilngir with the luiiKue ,111.1 then wetting the pen point w llh the tlimer I have tried his rei-lpe eeirrnl time Mllll no it'ivi'lM I also app11,l the pen (lireellv to the tongue, which wotilil seem "itlht 11s iz.mmI' .mil more rvprillllou. bill "nnlhlliK ilollip,.' whereas the blotting pa pel winks like m. charm every time 'I here Is Hlwaxs .1 cIhss of peop o hn Kiinw nf n.iiiiethint; bettrr, or Ihluk the ijo, but ivlieh p 11 10 Ihe lest it Is usually ficitl'l iMilltinc Nn, (he lilottliiK paper dire, t Inns . are the proper iper; .1ist coax the pen. as I said In my last letter to Tins Fcn; I have found Hint nothing Is to be gained by II. UliiK li. .1 I! S. Nr Vor.K, February 10 Hint for Tlientrli-nl 1'rndiieers, To hie lamon or Tin: Si's -ir- I lead with pliimuie what limrli'3 P.ierett Mnore biijs In Tin: Son about unnther revlv.il of the rilll.ert ami Sullivan operettas. I Joiirn-Ji'd twice frum VVusblngton to New York tn hear them lust er, and will do eo .iciln II1I1 rar If they are put on hkoIii ti Unit time, boxen r, I regretted that I'ilenie- w,ih n-'t -iiii'iiig them. A It. Ill llh 1101. MI. Wssiil-'iTns, I, (', Kebriiaiy o (inoil -Mlosopll.( , If ion nre plticed ainonir the IomIj, Ile no Inimir .id or solemn, You amy be midpil us a filler At the bottom of life's column. FEBRUARY 11, 1916. THE IMPROVED ZEPPELIN. Ilqulpped With Torpedoes It Will Do Dire Things to Rnglnnd. To run UiUTor. op Tub Hon Kir: Tho editorial nrtlrlo "Tho liefenee of Lon don 1'Yom Zeppelin Hahta" In Till HtlN of February 8 Is an eloquent Indictment of that lack of native. Insight which has rendered England powerless to resist tne new forces of tho nlr. The editorial article's closing sen tence, "live only answer to the German Zeppelin sweeping through the air at night would sewn to be another irroat airship," paraphrases the Insistent rec ord of wamlngn over my signature in American magazines for the past seven years. But the time has now come to say that actual war demonstration has proved the aeroplane to be an absolute and Ignominious; failure as a foe of tho airship, Wilbur Wrbrht, tha dean of practical aerodynamics, once said, with tluvt rare Insight now so strikingly confirmed: "The aeroplane will not be a dangerous foe of tho dirigible, which wilt always climb faster." Ye.t we read, beforo the war and after Its Inception, foolish utter ances by British Government official. For Instance, Colonel Seely, Secretary of State for War, snld on March 10, 1913: tv hftva ben conducting for long ttm vry careful InqulrlM nd eprl irienta with an anti-aircraft gun. I may ay from txptrimtnta I myaelf hav wit npMftl that all the mechanical difficultly bava bn completely solved, and that the Mtuat difficulty ot hitting an aerial target at a coiulderabla height, moving at an unknown speed and an unknown height, has been enormously eiagirerated: nd that everybody concerned baa been aur prlied beyond measure at the compara tive cane and the remarkable accuracy which can be attained In firing at aerial lancet. An hnnoritble Keatleman asks abnut the poeltlon at nlcht. If we could not w the ntr.-hlp It nuuld be vry diffi cult for the airship to ee u. And here Li another misleading state ment from 1-rei-ldent ltundmin of the Hoard of Trade Csjtolier 10, 1911 If the Zeppelins can b Hprrovhe,l by aeroplane, there are eome of them ipl lote -ho are preparing to sacrifice lle In sniaOiIng up the airship by daahlnE their aeroplanes Into the body of the airship and toscther coming to earth. iAnd the following is from Winston Churchill, First lxird of tho Admiralty, speaking on March IT, 1914: Any hoftl'e aircraft, airship or sero plane which rearhe.1 our coi.it during the coming tr uould be proinpt.y at ticked In F-iperlor for e bv a learm of very form!dab' ho -nets Thli l tn true mlutnrv situation Now n characteristic example of what has actually happened In moie than thirtt -eight raids on Knglami . "Three Zeppelins visited tun -.ist counties last night nnd dropped bomb- Aero planes went up, but were unable lo lo cate the airships." Summing up. .Mr H.ilfour. Klrst I,ord of the Adm.rult.. , said rvcenth : "t'n- ier no circumstances ,10 uie ftiiTnnni.es hold that 11eropl.1t. e.s are an admuate defense .lallit Zcppel.ns. ' In England there followed tu '.ipld succession the removal of the Din- tor of the Air Service, whose policy was aero plane defence, the nppointui. lit of Sir Percy Scott to command the increased gunnery defence, nnd finally the .ip pointment of Mr John l'n noli to su. cinl Sir Percy Scott. AH of the reasons for tnis failure were nnt'.c.p.iti d in my oivn written iccord before the tv ir. and n.u iuit-u lei-uiu u.-.oir tu,- n , ,tim lonely approximated bv the actual b.ii- loon shooting tests of ihe lnil-i Statie. Aitillejv Corps before the w.11 F. tv". Latichester, who Is the recog nized British authority on nerodyn imlcs. a small part of nernnaut'es, simply continuing what h.ie b,e.i written before when he ils, ours that tMcre Is no di fei.ee a- nlg'it against Zeppeiln" 'no secret of the airship's power, as I have freiuiitly said, !s Its ability to refuse a fight. But soon Enslnnd will not enjoy the Immunity by d.iy'lght as sien by Mr. Imeliestcr. All the dlllloultles of "spot t.ng" a evWftly moling target 1:. the a!r w!. li he U scribes so succinctly were pointed out In oven more '.ahor.ite de tail by mo In Mri'lurri lfiin:iiic of li'ii? nnd In tin- ( oiir;;of H'lu If this war lists ev n one vear more Zeppelins o' -instantly growing size will operate in the daytime, at such heights that tl.vy will put tho aeroplane to eve:. greater tests of endurance. The aero - plane uill have to climb to l,(nin ,., t, and von remain aloft at that he. slit for hours, to lie in wait for the sudden and unexpected appearance ot the airship. ltnl 1I1111. the uirslen of one venr - ence will Inevitably be a muih more formi dable machine than the present Zeppelin. The period of mere bombs will pas The day of the arrial torpedo of tre mindous force, which I know with cci- talnty to be In satisfactory preparation, . 1 is 1 oming, may even be at hand. ( ha lf lis more primitive tipe.s was foul d I in England after the last rind. With 1 ,,,, arnval of sui h weapons, dread noughts, naval depous a.isl nupplles 111. iv 1 be attacked by surprise, even In tie. l .Mltot. from IS nflll f...r llil o. ll r,,.,lnr ff... lV,,r Imnli, Tl, o. ..' - such airships as "spotters" for the Ger- man licet would seem to liss,.-e of the stupid idea that German dreadnoughts cari-.v ing i, incn guns eoum not see i.ir enough to shoot tncntv miles. Mr Bal four has admitted tho technical possi bility of such we.ions. But I am reiv ing on the statement made tn me by an undoubted British naval aulhorltv. that It has bfen Known for some tune that the Germans contemplated using such gun". It Is this same nstricliHke dot re to dodge the unerring march of suli-nce which has made Britain too late on the Zeppel.n question. Britain, with her lack of any long experimental and simp xperieii.e in building .eppir.ns, can not overtake the Germans In building up an aerial navy, by which I mean big iiri'ioiuoiiKiii nuns ot me Kin. i which will bo more fully developed In the next two jears. There Is nothing techtlli.il in the vi a of bringing tlv alrehlp to the IKilnt when- ik live tears t will, acting as a eoiiiiK-lto and refuelled unit of any naval Heel, reidll cros.i the Atlantic and attack with Impunity not only New York but onr Inland cities. Is the t'nlted States about to make tho error of permitting uninformed per sons reposing behind tho sanctity of otILial authority to steer us upon h false course In a new- science? T It. MtcMt.eitK--, President Aeronautical Society of America, 'Nr.w Youk, February ?. The Song Sparrow Singing at Long Brunch. Tothi: En i to it op tiik Spn ,-ir.- Willi reference to the Jersey couuniliei-'s IM. ter tu Tun Si'N nbout the song spar row, 1 would like tu Inform the wiitrr that 1 had the pleasure of seeing and listening to this delightful little ilup over two weeks ago and several morn ings since, Ho was ahvuvs perched upon the top of a slender Iwlg, all hy his "lonesome and singing to lus heart's content. But are we not doing our little friend nn Injustice In calling him a "song sparrow"? It seems tn me this charm. Ing and unassuming little warbler Is closely related to the English wren. A. J II. I.onh BrttNcn, N. J,, February in. Watch, Walslinat anil Pillow . To inc. Holloa or Tar. Si's sir- If K I. " filclid Jones, ivho left hi. wntti, under Inn pi. low In a sleeping i.ir Irtken the simple prei ant Ion of pining bis vest, with his watch la ll, unuer Ihe pillow, he would not now be mourning bis iie.., as he would hardly go an ay without his vest, ilMiaa Tsotih. Nsw Yoik, Kebruar) 10, DO WE MAKE PAPER SHOES? Proof of a Charge Against Onr Man- nfactnrers Demanded. To rim t:niTon or The KPN- Nir: In Tilt: Sun of February Hlchard Hard ing Davis Is quoted as saying that tne French "bought shoes of us made of paper." If Mr. Davis has tho proof let tho dishonest manufacturers bo pil loried. Such charges reflect upon all our citizens, but particularly condemn those engaged In foreign commerce. If the charges aro baseless and unrefuted. tho slander will live and injure tnis country for years to come. More than half n century ago, dur ing the Crimean war, tho "paper shoe" Iniquity was alleged against English manufacturers, and, while no proof was ever made public, the accusation Is still thrown in the teeth of English manu facturers. Let us havo no Iteration of this statement until It Is backed by proof. I know that America Is not and never was popular in foreign countries, and 1 know that this unpopularity Is based upon opinions formed upon statements of reckless un-American muckrakers and partisan newspapers which think It a light matter to foul our national nest In pursuit of some local or per sonal advantage or prejudice. If what Is written and printed were true, ns hundreds of thousands of foreigners with whom we must have commercial relations believe, then I would for swear my country. Hut a long experi ence In foreign trade confirms my be lief that American commercial honor is as high as that of any other country and that honesty ts practised ns tho best policy. If the boot and shoe manufac turers make no effort to bring out tho facts they will do every other lrdustry an Injury. tt. L. H. Newark. N. .T February V MILES ON PREPAREDNESS. T.Ike Wlnnrld Scott In Another Crisis lln Is Not a Safe (iulde. To tub Lditos or Tun Sun Sir,- It Is reported that General Nelson A. Miles disapproves of all tho proposed plans for safeguarding tho country, and, In fact, can see no reason why it m cds to be anv bettrr protected thun It already Is with the regular soldiers we have, General Miles gained some distinction In the civil war In a subordinate capac ity, and liarni'd afterward to light Indians successfully, but these achieve ments are hardly siiftlclcnt to qualify him as a safe guide to-day. Itather v should classify him with Ger.eril W tifleld Scott, who at the open ing of the civil war iris found to be hopelessly tmshle to give advice nnd failed utterly to comprehend th gravity of the situation. General Miles was not educated at West Point, and If the civil war proved anv one th!m? more cnnetlislvelv than another It w,s the sunerlnriiv nf West Point graduates over civilian Generals j eral and attractive. Will foreign In N'e.irly nil Die Generals on either s'lle dustry and tlnance ever consider as safe who cmorgeil from that Treat conflict I iith iIimI Intlnn tv r VVul l.,Oit..r T1,, ,s n()t l(, .,v WrHt Pont ln. ends Lkn M-CIehin, Ilurnsiile and Hooker were found on trSa, to be Com petent to command an arni Nnw Voijk, February 9 M T. It. THE PRESIDENTIAL ACE. MatMlrnl Material for the Political Philosopher. To TIIK EiUTonorTllESfN s.r; There : - -- imay he some significance In the follow. ing, which fairly well demonstrates the Prff.dcnt must be "under -.0". next l'mitlmt. I'oUtlr. Ymr A p. j Washington ,1. Adams... Jefferson . Madison . Monroe J. li. Adams Jackson . .. Van Buren. Harrison .. Tvler Polk Tavlor Fillmore ... Piece Buchanan . Lincoln . . . Federalist . Fcdernivt P.epublL an . ttepub'.ie.ui . P.epubll.'a'i . . Itepublican . . 1 lemocrat . . Democrat ..Whig . . Democrat . . I letnoerit . . U'hll . Whig . . 1 lemis-fTt . . 1 le'iioer,!' . Itepublicar. . .Itepublican . . Itepublican . .Itepublican . . ItejiUbllcitl . . Itepublican . . Democrat . . Itepublican . . I ie1110cr.it . . Itepublican . . Itepublican . . Itepiibli. an 1 sii 1797 1S01 109 1-17 1 1s?9. 1-.17 IMl Kit KC Kin Hi r. 1 ' I'A 1 s .". ! k:.t ki k '..-. 1 Sll'l 1 .-77 KM Ks Kk.'i K-9 1 S9.1 K1'7 Knt l9no 19HI Johnson ... ' 'mi ' j Ha es .. . 1 Garlteld ... 1 tnhur .... jClei el.mil . 1 Harr.sot " 'h'vel.ind . ! ' Kmo-v .. . Itooseielt .. ,Taft . Wilson r. 1 . Ilr.inocr.it Tho averase aiio of the J-rtsldent at the tune of elect .on was 54.4 e,its. There were dceiiledlv ImnnM.oit im. sons why the m. 11 above n vmrs nf use wee maiie pris-aieuts. Beacon II11.1.. iiomo.n, reoruaiy Muzzling Bogs and Others, To tiik P.piTor. or tiik Sex ,(r.-t our 1 ,-..! I .. I ,l.lu . .- r u ... . - . V " , , .ih.' "i ..i nek uijiiiii in K" i.ir townid ending a controversy In which , many persons of great Intelligence have been for. lo, these m.iii ve.irs engaged, and which Is still continued iinli ve-terdav I heard a iian of im-1 doubted scholarship and clear, log'.ca' mitid dcclnro his po-it ve di -bc'icf .- the existence of rabies. Ile admitie,! lieily that many persons die or have oieo oi w ii.u uiey nan ntiicrs pencvcil in ne ranics, nut no insisted that It was a condition of mind, brought nbout through the imagination, and w.n In I e.i lit t what ts called "fabe rah!e " This Is not the mere vagarv o. n single mind. The belief this man e. p-es-ed is held bv man It might be 'onshleied liolniportant if It did not le.nl ns It certainly does lead, tn the sirttir: ' opposition to the ordinances requl.iiiT tou7.ling lb-.111-,. of tlutt opposition the subject is Important exactly n- th" ifforts of anti-vaccination soisr-tles ar laiportaiit Is It not then worth while to em phasise the fact, as a supplement to sour editorial statements, that inuz-.llng II dog le Jllet 11 s wise if It does IIU.IV Willi "raise rani' as it would lie ir the disease were genuine rallies? 1 submit that this argument Is well wortn th" spice in Tin: Sin which it will take to present It Further 1 submit that the quest. on nf muszllng should bo considered in a far moie general way than In Us appli cation to dogs. What Incalculable bene- fit " would ensue if nine-tenths of the human race could b mii7.7.le, I would n il coiiMlit to shut UP m-i'lt '( Hie others would only do likewise. Digs nre not the only creatures whore bnlt in worse than their b.tc A lama; or lines, Nkw York, February 0. Kansas City I.Ikes Mrs. Wilson, '-on, tie A'li'ion till Journal. The prisltlciil asked the members nf the local reception omntlltee to meet Mrs. Wilson and the follnwlna; are aiuotu some nf the cl-lsslo delllilllolm applied to the ' first lady of the. :i r : ' V pippin, sure eunuch " "V good scout, take my word for I' ' 'Thoroiishbrrd, all Ihe way through" "Nothing stuck up about her, that's what 1 liked." - I.ooks and arts like a good fellow, all the way." "I Klve It to Woodron for picking a real pom h when be picked the ,V1isu " '.-a. Iliul smile sho bund" a fe low is SOHH' .mile" "ill id lo P'e a felon- and a u jut ,,ks she mealin It " "VVnodrow ought to nia'.e ,i Mijr of the tnuiitrv and take the bride a eng. bj all melius ' "Von rant help hut admire ihe Pierd dent's splendid juiliinriit after nieetlm: Mrs, Wilson. Baa's a bird, that's all there la te It." MEXICAN RECONSTRUCTION. War. Did .Not Hate So Dlfflenlt n Problem to Deal With. To tiif. Kt-itor op Tun SUN; fir: The article hi Tiik SUN of February h by Mr. T. W, Oslorheld seems to tlo the futura of Mexico too closety to the qulatnca tlons of Its banking system. Probably the banking system in force at the Mexican Centennial won more retluMn tlmi, most svstems, Inasmuch It provided that nil Government cur rency was to no meinuir. mm currency Issues were to be protected by substantial bullion reserves. Nn tlonal Indebtedness was conservative nnd national expenses were tow. Mex ican money was perhaps too easy, and foreign sources of finance were oblivious of history. , . The upbuilding of tho great Indus trial system In existence at that time was undoubtedly assisted by this bank ing system; also by Government, nat ural water power resources, mining: re sources. Government assistance In rail road development, nnd a reasonably protective tariff. Important aiso wa the belief that Mexico hnd departed from historical precedent with regard to factional political tendencies which have been commonly termed revolutions. It was thought that the peso could not vary more than the ordinary fluctuation due to silver price and trade balances. Th Mmlern movement, originating In a wealthy but not Influential source, de veloped Immediately tne symptoms 01 a real revolution, and then Immediately continued to develop Into ft conflict be tween various personalities. Even faction in the Held since the Felix Diaz uprising was opposed to Itnono All nreached the same policy of social uplift nnd Interest In the labnrlne elaaaes. drove out Huerta and then began llghtlmr. anionic themselves with continually Increasing numoers or factions. Notwithstanding that fact there has been nobody In the field repre senting principles opposed to those pro fessed hy them. During this period Industry, the one tblnir which had done so much for the laborer, nnd which Is the biggest factor In tho recstabllshment of peaceful con ditions, was made the victim of all the factions. Internal national rights and treaty rights weie Ignored In the name of tho revolution. The present period holding the first nei-esslit- in nsinhllab s.ifetv by the elim ination "nf baiidltism In moit parts of the country, which has for one of Its bases a fairly marked opposition to tne present faction In power, will demand an lmmcMFQ amount of money. After that will come the problem: At what point can Industry borrow and th bank loan to enable tho reestaruisn ment of Industry, with assurance that the political condition will remain tran null for a reasonable period? Difficulties confronting the present Government are mountains as com. p.vred with the difficulties of the For 1 flrlo Dlar. Government. Grafting Is gen a lximl representing investment in coun tries similar to Mexico, w'th conditions In stub countries subject to the natural tendeucien of the people, as Illustrated hi f ie history of the pist four years .n Meco Itegarding the common tendency for comparison with the French revolution, the qucHtion Is. Will Mexico be able to reestablish order to a point where for eign monev cm bo borrowed, and, If so will this money tie efficiently expended, and the natural tendencies nf the pen I.a itnw tnnoil In i1,a ftf:iniLirri nf (be ' ,.V.ne1i nr Hie Amor-ran'- Vll- latter i-rencu nr uie .Mncricaiis in- ,.iit , hi1 sm.lr economic condition on their 'nt rnil t tn, ,,. ,mhcr country 1 revolt against PvTir.N'cr, Boston, I cbruary 9 DAIRY SECRETS. An Ltposnre of the Highly Efficient Cream Separator. To tiik EniTon or The Su-n Sir.- The cow- are all right, Mr. Curtis, lint you , ! don't get any cream to-day: you get r, 1 butter fat, which Is produced by run- h, uirig ine inns iiirooKii a i'.ii ,100. -n It Is nn article distinctly different from tithe cream which rises on milk that baa ..- been "set" overnight. -., I The separator does tint leave enough ... ' nourishment In the milk to fatten ,,.'ciilf The hand skimmed milk i, or , rather was. much richer Then, Mr. Curtis, lest the hugs get 1 you. the "cream Is held for twenty 4- minutes at a temperature of uu Ue grees. -- j This Is the delectable mess of to-rluy 1 known as "cream ... It may be clean, Mr. Curtis, but I defv you to tell how old It The nigger - 1 .. araio 1 ai;mi.h. i Nkw York. Fcbruaiy lo. i .. ... 1 1 "''Bretliible I rlvolity injected Into 1 Serious llsriion To tiik El-iron of Tlir. St'N Sir- The letter of David A. Curtis concerning nnlk. cienmless and otherwise It'll 1 ..I. t.o-1.1 OA T .n.,,A .1 SV..-t . . 1.' ... ,i, f.i...... ,'. 1 - "" "" iic-iiio.-o ill olios'- . r' " .' " I'l "I "-I lies lag him If a short tail iow gave hicktail fluid. AlilNC.TOM 11. CAntlAN, Pvtciipiiuf:, L. 1 February 10. Are Yon ,t Cood rsn? Tn tiih P.PlTor, or Tlir. Spn- Sir.- Has .,m one prnpn-ed tho word "t""an" a" a substitute for the word American." as nnolleil tn Inhabitants nf the I- x t J t q i WiLMtNirroN, Del , February 10 Vt bat's In a Name? 'lo nil Epiroit or Tur. sirs -.ie If iiB'ue- mean nie thir s In tissebA.l the Pin ailelplus Nation u l.eaicue lls-ebail i lull bin .nllled a i-otiililnil inn of plaers lo l' ruster whoe unities stand for some, tiling more t'lin p'v.lng nlo'ltx At least tie lpcrtltlnt!it Mails' of the Quaker 'ilv hope the s tiu.o'tnn of ilool, on out. tle'.der, and Peitune, a p,ttiier, will aid th iraill's petunint i bailees. It appears to the "fans" outside of the 1ty of Ilrotherly l.nve th.o Hood Poi Mine e uilRhty flnt ino o lor an) basrba.ll team. PN. Ni. v Yor.K. February in To Worm the Hall, To , ii r Eniton op Tnr Pi--,ir.' 1 no.:n n.ii" Chief llntlurer Asliburner of the Appatn. lie onsumrd el. the mat on board Reinnit the ship to Old Point for Mr llrrg CMUM. Nt.w t"Sk, l'thrunr) ft j rl" s,r"l'"n'r'. Hope. 'inir Uninm op Tnr Si's - ir No seal. ni fire, is nonx mioiis nil no ttekee, no enirtee Nr erl nele.s. I hope As. r-riiil' man Cnlleys i,!' wni pass Nlir Voi.i,. PebriiHty 10 i'oiim rTER. I Iresb Air Trralment In Mbiilian. t'lvtn Ihe .illrfffin Xftcs Mr and Mr- John Aniits are 1:1 witn the grip and confined lo their beds this week on the Paw Paw road. She Hid. Nail Myers - MVoWina Arurfnr in he c0. Iiimtna time Tn He ('linked llrowni A Prophecy. There's .i Utt.e llron Man tn the far off i:a.l. Being (aliened up for an feast pproachlnt Abo i:nst--a 'Itlle higher I- it t cllnw Man. a frer. Wailing lor the Philippines to be "re leased." Then the t,rl'eiv Man :l rouse due seith .l follow. Till his .iiiiip.ui lliids Man! a rtaj la ho. lott Put the llrnwn Man on the griddle; llanre lo Oriental fiddle. Then Ihe Velloiv Man the llttln Brown will awallnn-1 A ) p 6.0. P. IBM SCURRY TO CHECK HITCHCOCK May Hnvo Gainod Fil'tv )00. prntcs by Spcrol Trip, U fjcntlorV IVur. HINT OF nOOSKVKl.T ( 01 p WAiHINOTON, Feb. 10. The iHclnu-( that Frank It. Hitchcock, rottro.t!tr. General In the Taft Cabinet and chair, man of the Itepublican National Co mlttee In 1D0B, has been hunting gateis In Virginia for a Hughes.Itno.e,, reversible combination hse kicked ti quit a stir among Itepublican enj, here. Mr. Hitchcock Is Btron;ly in trenched In the South, and the fnr i, expressed that he has secured (,., quota of delegates In that section dollvery at he may direct. Despite Mr. Hitchcock's rt ec'i'T, that he ts not boosting Justice ltugln Col. Ilooeevelt, or anybody ele for Itepublican nomination, many Uiirt are sceptical, nnd the managers of cf tain candidacies are bent on lcrn!-i Juet what Mr. Hitchcock has beeido-j In Virginia and other Southern Statf! Hepresentatlte Slemp of Vlrelnls, gave out corresponding purportlri; show that Mr. Hltchco'k 'e Just as ij In the South now as tie was in tl.e , convention days of 180?, sajj that 1 Hitchcock's trail Is plainly ils!b' many Southern districts. One old timer threw some UkM on tv situation In a statement to-day as :o lows : lfnabes Rooms I'nlloiT Trip, "Mr. Hitchcock t"ok a tr.p Vt tv. time ago, going by the Southern ! and returning by the Northern roue v no city would he talk to newsnnp-r r on any political subject. No one cn'i get a line on the polltl-a' j 1 nlflesnce of this trip, hut thfre doubt that wherever ho went iherlvs ter he had left, a Hughes bo .-n c. arise. In T'tali, for Indian' e, 1 ta'k. to Senator Smoot's brother and shet thereafter n HuglK.s ser.time-1 bejan i spread Itself abroad la L'Uh." Representative Slemp kept q.jie' ;e day after producing the Hltc'i ofl .' ters yesterday, but It Is said by friends In the House that he has rro correspondence showing the t-l-ost-re ter-Gelieral has been at work 't V tr-ng to lino up delegates It is un! Mood here that Mr. Hltch'-nli ha" ni visits to Norfolk, Hb hinond a:,J c.--,r cities of the State. Southern men here say thai soni af:e the meeting of the National ltepub..M Committee In Washington latt Dcamts-' the Hitchcock yeast began to wirt, the South. It Is believed tlmt lie 1, , position to offer forty or fifty South.f Itepublican delegates to any one n wants them t the Chicago cnnvt-nMor Call llltchcoek I'rep t.nnee. t On the other hand close f' ,enis ef . Itoosevelt, discussing the Sle-rp e.n said to-day that the Colonel i - , y candidate and would not nr ep- a -1 nation from the delegates n' s which do not cast tho ItepuMi. 1 vri'e Mr. Hitchcock has be it ir a f- 1anro l-.and, it Is said by the -e and he simply wants enough d ecc-i at his call to gain recognitm Tcnnesseo Itepubhcnns .'elm r day that they hart heard of t is 'I cock trail In that State, bu' e-e u-iV to produce anything Uke -in. 1c- r p Ushed by Kepresentatlve .-, v One Southern Hepubhcan P.. p tive Brltt of North Cat oh- n Third Assistant l'o-tnt.isti' c when Mr. Hitchcock was ti e e.o. the department, to-day said t at e . not heard of any surh move nn - e pA of Ins former chief .trf .i-fj . ftepresentiitlve Slemp. He -a 1 ' effort Is being mnde to erd S ' Bepuhlicun delegates to t i. cenve- -unlnstructed uiid that this s t, -r tho regulars hope will be f jeu whitman .vor; ,;;.v IIKchcoeL Iteiilly tVorUInu (nr l.inrrniir, (llil l.u.inl -sj. Al.nvsr. t eb 1" I'M m. !( a j lie .ns dc. lured to-day cock -cnrcli for delegates wa r 11 tt effort lo secure Wmtn-iti .e for President where poj.ii 1 i event to secure the select 01 gatew not ceinnnPed to i the- I ., candidates. The Govornoi'.s pol.i . al n-e' . lie Service (.'ominlssnoei ll.vi said to be working lb" wte. Wh.tm.i n The beheading of Stale S'lpc o l-rlsnns John It Itilev ,.c i pointirients to the Publ .-' mission are looked upon 'is pi WhUm.iti political serine Gov. Whitman gave oi ' statement 't nm personally a. o, i.i 1 lit. hi'ock and of i ouisi 1 ,ve Igatd for him as do a'; ' f' know nothing whatever -i In t ill activities and am i nested with any mover"" toward the nomination to- ' -e nf any of the perons w oe been mentioned in that - "t liave stated repeat'- I'v 1 llfvo Justice Hughes u. l I tho strongest candida'e ni ' In my opinion the chni - of ' majority of the Bepuhli an v --' cnuntr. I still behove '"' true." WOMEN HONOR LADY PAGET City Federation of ( lulu lo loeM Mrrinl for Iter llnini' Lady P.alph Paget I ' first medal which t ie i ' Federation of Women s i i' Vear ago tn award ' e " to tho woman who 'i.i-i ' - ' that penul "Ihe urns' - i courageous act bejond tit ... Luly Paget, u s thouc' '. ' ' a.t the pond of her beep ' '' L'sklih. Sera. a. when t It , . iosHC.-sion of tt.e .i'v a - i ' i'C-ntlglit It P to s'ik si' " pel formed the ln.ivet "whetlii r of man oi a the members of the fedir.,' The medal, which bv t - f slgne.) by a man. Is of c ' lepiesetUii ' the Plot . ' - Lady Ualph l'.ucl s I' e , ( L.tdv Aitliur Paget, forme-' ' Stevens of Ni vv Yml. " was Mlnlsler to .- r i .' 1P13. At the online., I rrttttnui to Set Ida .oil. work. In I'skuh one . t streets of the i li.v has nfu r her. ft Kill, (KM) til Flglll Vo.iiil The lln. nice r limit - . - ' of Aldermen reported '.r-.-of nn apiu-i.pn it on ,' V i Health I it-pal I uient I hating some of tin nn , t li. t- t se n t lie salt oi Box He' oust- of i i oiigli President V,i .. monev for tills purine' spent 111 lliehniond ' li dded lo leave the n.,n' Hon to the illscivi on f -i mlsslouer l.-mcison