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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, JUNE 21, 1920.
-i. , ..... AND tTIIE NEW YORK HERALD. roi'NPUD iN.ri is3.v . f-'EW VOIIK, MONUAV, IVtil 21, iy:o. TIIK HIN IIIUIAI.I' COIU'OIIATIUN. I'Libllnlu r. 2M1 llmailMJ)'. I'miik A Muim, 1 i I.li-n t . nrln Vn i Itiiuu. Vtu prcslilent. Win. )lrt, lie lelttellt nllll Trr"lUel , It TItlierlniTlMi. He, ninr. m:wsstam nun:. Daily, (mu rrnU u hi In Nf I"'1- "! Ifcrw rnit within SOU mlb iiml lr iriili Jsnxhr-rri hiiwlu), flio inilsj ilmnhrrr, Irn rrnU, MAIL Sriii-V IIIITIUN ItATllH U II lit Of MlMttjlpitl lllver On" 8U Oil" 11 Mall, I'omiuilil. Yeur Month". Month. JiAlt.V & HfNI'.xV . 1I. DAII.V only .. II.M ISO ,M m.'.""AV omy . I O'l 2.2.1 . Hl'NlMV oiilx. i niiml.1 IS On il , Por Hi) iiolnii 'Mut of the Mississippi Jtliur nil.l 1 ii x-ai fur ually 01 Ually unJ Kunilny itlllon-. PdiiiniN hatch. .!" f. M'MiAt ISII.WJ '-' lf DAILY oniy IK 00 W ' ULNliAV onlv 11.71 !i 12 .SO All rliwks, mom v . iilnrs, ic, to he inane I a) able to Ti Hun Herald. Piiroiieiui Dtliliun. I'liMUIinl In hull exory day. In th year. I'llro In l-aiti-.Ti centimes, dully and fhimlAy " t'AIIIH niTI'i:. I!) AVHNUH 1)11 IVOPIIItA Information m rnlng nihertlsing ml" for the Hun, in uti IMlilnii may be nhtnlnod fiom tlis nmin N. v X oi k office. Tlis Anno! in ' d I'h 'ii Ii exclusively entitled to 'tin use i.i M imnilcation of nil news des poil lies iti'iIm ii to it or not ntherxvlss cndltid In u i i.ti.. and ciIho the local Ii a iintiliioii'il I In All rlulm hi i I'liii'i.ii ittlon of appL inl ilcs lAtrhcs la-rein ni' nljn reserved. If our friinii vim fax or u with mnnu crrliis and ii'iinniiiniis for publication whh o lia r-In nil ii 1 1 1. Ii-m returned thi'y must In all an ml itnmin for that puipose. MAIN I't'HINIiSSS AND nniTOItlAI, OP- runs, .'so i.imuiuAV. Tni.ni'iio.vi:. VxpilTM in noo When HurtllitK (iels the (iotern incnt Diihii to Itus Iness. Tor .pcn x en rs (his coiinlry has lifcn vin'i-i in- inr lad; uf mmpciciit. level heiulcil liiislncus inaniiKcinenl in the ;;rc;ili"-: Ihi-ihcs tiiiiloiliiliiiiK on Ciii-lli. F i- N'M'ii .U'lirs the American peoi le. to ulnini llinl reat liilNliies i".'aiu.iitiiin Im'Ihiis, had1 lici'ii ctnnd liiS i ho iii'i- of Its inlsinanaKeinent niid lilmiili'i iiml liave heeii hearing he Ixitiii ' . I its failures. Now they wiMit a prartlcal, horse -ense ers, aware that they cannot hold their imliii's 1. 1. in. mc r capable oC lining ; heavy purchases of Continental cur hls iob . uii.iiilc uf tilling the Jnlis of i rencles Indellnitely, aie gradually h ssiinii Miii nt nnd cHlclent i li(iildatlng. and recovery in sterling vt ii'Ki'i'N i'ii will delixer tlie goods. ' has resulted, 'fbp unloading of their And 'he Niiii'in aii people can get what speculative ptirchiiM"., or rather wln hc win fioiii ilie Itepiiblican iioml-'tliiw dicslng purcbaes. however. Is nee f"'' I'i c-i'lcni. Warrin ;. Hmiiiimi IsiliiMerj man to tbi tlie bill lie Is lit for it by K.lturo ami lx iiilirlnging. lie Is lit I for It in InisiiH'ss experience, hard work ami I"1-!' ligiii-lng. lie is lit 'fur I alime tlie true lewd rolleclod hy the 't hj the pi-nbleiii he has been called j internal state of a country's llnanccs. iipon to meet .mil tlie acts be has been , How reluctant Italy and Trance, have crtlled u on to perform in the United i,IM,n ,, impose proper taxes, which Stales Semite during tlie wnr. j would reduce Ihe buying power of the IIakiiim., the business man, sea-, pnp,. ,,,,,1 cut down tlie inflated cur Mined In the -i lio.il of experience from n;,u.,.s. thus lifting the exchange. Is the bottom up. favored concentration L)lfHV pv the following comparison of power in Hie Mxeeutlvu branch or the (ioveriuiiciii iitn ing the war einer gene.'., anil a Senator strove for ii and voted for it. Hut the minute the emergency was pnM-cil the clear eyed. Im'fd hemleil prm tlcal man aimed and voted as Si t'ii- to get tlie country nnd the people back to a normal basis. Hp said : e "Tutn tin r.iiliontls back and sot our fa 'e nc.utiM (lovnrnmcnt owner alnp What is ijovernmcnt owncr ahlp cxriTt a i omiironilae with .So cialism ' Uf! ml or paternalism." Again he said : "I srant tliat It waneeessaiy to ciiiirentrate powers on the (lovcrn ment durlriK the war co as to enforce rcstrli tiona lh.it iiro tntolenilile in pea 'ff In vMiiiiln : I n war the coun try nt"l U'1 smornnirntiil machine liftd t' he 'ipi' inc and 1 faxurcil It and xoled fni I' "Itut the il.uiRi r.' of xxar time are passed and vxe iiiut free the people from those resti ictlons. It Is useless to expect old time Initiative unit en terprise without old time freedom ot Action. I believe the prime need of (he hour Is to end unnecessary Inter ference xvitli and restraint of busi ness. V e need to Eton tbltiKH that xxero slaw. I under the Imperative demand of xvni and 'get bacli to the normal ennilitiuie of peace." Again he said . while lie the axerage man Knew nothlnu. as .i matter of fact, ahout Kederal taxes The billion a year that xve used to speiiJ came from in ternal revenue taxes ot liquor, to bacco I'm Hue and customs taxes ,on Imports The man who finally paid the taxei did not know he xvas dolns tn movt Instances. . . . 'Jlefore tlie xx ir people xvho wanted the 'iovernmetit to tin neatly every- "thing xx'ere restrained by apparent lael; of monex They saw the (,ox' crnment sprnduif: a billion or so a year . thex saxv It spendlnt; all that w as nlainlx In slKht and 'they heard constant i-rlei for economy. They did not Know there was more money to he tapped, at least they did not reallie ' ilrarly Hut t lie xx'ar Bhoxx-ed that the United State3 (lov erninent i-oulii Ret billions upon bill ions in emcrKeneie and that It could levy taxes runnlir- Into billions each jear Veil liavlns had a slImpsH.' of n 1 that iimnev poxver. the spenders discended .n the Clovertiment xvitli excr rotiieivible neheno for the (lox-erniien' tn do every confHwable thlnp "UV .inii.it siand It . . . Hold the spendcn In cheek." , vrlien to the years of ds dogged toll to build up his struggling news, pajior out In Ohio Senator IlAnntNu knew tin' s-innndcr would ruin him nnd In- i t. be did not let waste and evirtiN ii i rcep in ; lie fought them off I" 'a' . -. . xxlicn he xxih u'lnii 'in hp estii'. . . .in r- . li s proved enterprises be uo of ft Judgment, nlilllty nnd chnrnetcr. nnd ........... fluently try to explain tlipm nwny; ' i, chopped them out. ' 1 in hiH own buslne.si nffnlre, In tli IiiihIuckh iiITiiIih or otliois cnirnstcil to his iimnaKL'iiifiiit, Sonntnr JlAitnisn's (inn'tlail jKilIfy Iiiis lici'ii in I'Vlct iioiiioiiho, Instiill Industry iiml net down to ImsliicK-K. Ills work of 11 lifetime, his' KiiLTuss of 11 prnrtlciil riticer, Ills eoiirw na it pnlille odk'lnl, all rcitlly, with the ce.rtillnitlon of American . lU'lilevcnii'iit and honor, that when he takes up the administra tion of the affairs of the American people, his policy also will he that the I'nlteil States (loverninent timet pet tlnwn to liusliifss'. I'drclKii Ihcliuncn laiilpulatlons. Curious jiynitlons In the fneln exehiiiiKt! niar;,"t are IiukIiiiiIiib to Klie a clno to ihu"ri.;terlous ikIviuu'c .'".(ieuiian niarlis, 1'reiMi francs and ItnlVi.l !lr. and the decline In t It - Ihillsli iiotind, which occurred nlsiiil the time of the Interallied confer puces at Ilythe. In some ipiarters the Midden rise In Continental curreiuli's was Immediately seized upon cs el deuce that recoiistruclloii had lipcun in earnest with a fundamental Jm )rovenicnt In trade positions of 1 1 1 rreiich. Italians and Hermans. This did not explain why the pound de clined or why francs Inter declined iiKuln alone with niarUs and lire. To the pnlille this may he hewlliler Inu', as It has heen Intended to be by those wlin engineered the move w a sweetener for the decisions of the Ilythe conference reducing the size of the (,'ermnn Indemnity, lty put.iim all the exchanges up nt tlie moment the indemnity reduction, anuouueed unoillclally at from S'Ji'.fHNMMO.ono to .5:!tl,i)Hi,0iHMH)O, was made to look favorable to all. The buyln;; which put francs, lire and marks to a higher level came from London, rounds were sold for that purpose, declining, while the others rose. Now the London bank- not nil easy task for Ihe London bankers, cs; cclully when New oik bankers suspecl Just wliul game is up. No amount of manipulation will keep tlie exciianges peniiam'iiii.i of overage per capita direct taxes: for capita Country. Year ended. tux. ttnlti'it Kingdom March, 1311 $7,111 March, 1920 7B.7.1 United States.. .June. 1311 June. 1919 .Pec, 1DIS Dec. 1919 .June. . 1914 June. 1919 2C.92 ii.es 1-.90 10 "S I'ranco Itnly This table, taken in connection with prevailing exchange rates, explnlns In large lncasuro why Ihe Ihigllsli pound has heen nble to withstand the recon struction decline which sxvept the others off their feet. As (loverninent expenditures of the Continental Kurn . . ,.. , i .... ... i pea u counti ng are remn-eu aim ui.m- incretised exchange rate" xvill np pruncli their normal figures, anil not before. New York, a U'.s State, Spenilrt Its Money Freely. In the year 1010 the Stale or New York, with a gross funded debt of SfZW, 110,000, had receipts of .?.(), 158, 0:i:t.S.", or $7.10 per cjipita, according to tlie estimated population. It ex pended In that .xear .7S,!)ll,:ti:i.0t, or :X per capita. Tlie-e are great slims, even in a day of Liberty Loans running Into billions of dollars. The growth of Slate ex penditure has been rapid in recent years. Tlie total has practically dou iiled since 1001). It is going higher all the time. The days of small expendi tures for State (!ox eminent are far behind u, lint tlie amounts disbursed at one time seem absurd now, though they did not seem small to the tax payers xvho paid tlie bills. Comptroller Tp.avis has been turn ing the pages of old ledgers. lp to 1S7.'i the salaries paid by the State were meagre; they are not generally munillcent to-day. Creation of new ollices, not overpayment of Job holders, has made the payroll large. Up to 1S7I the pay of members f the Legis lature xvas S.'tOO a year, xvith 10 cents mileage. The preseiit schedule xvas adopted in that year. In J7S! the judiciary cost tlie Stutc ST.oSK). or less than the salary of one Justice of tlie Supreme Court noxx In IS II! the courts cost more than the legMnttxe And ailmlnWtratlve ollices. In 1!)1!) the exiionses of tlie f Judiciary were SJ,0'J!),701. j The llrt State commission xvas ere-1 ated in 1S7'J and cost ?1.000. I!y ISStlj there were twenty-two commissions I xvith expenses of ?!7."i,llS. In 15)1-1. ; the Comptroller tells us, "expendi-j turps of elective olllelals amounted to ?P.,'J0 ,TX, .'omifiired with !?10m7,517 expended by appointive boards and! eommNtlon." j The lirst pnlille health iinnual np proprlation wa '.".Odd for the Nexv York i'isx Hii-pital mil Qiiar.uitlnp .rri,n in:,.'.- n IT'.I? In IS'fJ it had risen o S2-J.3O0. The State Itoard of Health was established In 1S00, ami heulth appropriations for last, year reached $1,110,000, From 1700 to 1825 only $000,000 was appropriated by the Stato for education. The tlrst exiKMitllturo for common schools was mailt! In 1705 and amounted to ?50,000. line hundred million dollars was spent for wliools last year, the State contrlbutliiK $11,- tr.'S.Ooo of this sum. Agriculture cot little from the Statei until the Department of Agriculture was set up In 1SSI. Since then ex penditures under this head havu In creased vi'ldly, lust j par's being ?H,:.!)2,77!). The Slate, built Us first pr(son In 170(1 at a cost of .."ia.OOO. Seven others have been built since then. In 1S7!) the Institutions were self-sup-( porting. Until 1810 no systematic way j of caring for the poor and Insane was; adopted. In 1S03 Ihe Slate Hoard of Charities xvas organized. Last year the charitable Institutions cost the State 5I,0!K),(!.'0. The State Commis sion In Lunacy xvas created In 1SS5), and In a few years care of the Insane became an exclusive State function. Its cost lias risen from 91,010,000 originally to $11, .100.000 last year. Only In ISPS did expenditure of Slate money upon highway building ami maintenance begin. I'p to the present time practically SUM, 000,000 has been spent. A century ago the Stale encouraged turnpike building by permitting tolls to he charged. To day we have a few toll bridges, but practically the roads and bridges are free of direct charges. It costs u lot of money to run N'exv York State, hut it is a big Slate, and Its people want things done In a big xvny. A little waste will make them complain, but xve have never heard them protest against any honest and proper expense of government, no mutter how large It xvas. Homesick Note from a. Deported Anarchist. I'loin I'ptrogrud hy way of I'arls (lie people of tlie rolled States are Informed that KstM.x (Ioi.omax, xvho for years had a good time denouncing our tlovornnient, holds the pic-out misrule of Russia to lie rotten." She "always knexv ihe Marxian theory xvas impossible, a breeder of l runny," but "blinded" herself to its faults In America because she "be' llexvd il might accomplish some thing.'.' Detxvecn the Ilols-hovlk rule In liussiu ami the 'Undivblunl capital ism" of America JImma chooses Indi vidual capitalism. As n matter of cold fact Hit ma (Joi.dman and her crew are homesick. As anarchists the) could not be ex pected to like the proletarum despot Ism which has been indicted on Rus sia by a minority of Its people noi less despolic than tlie bureaucracy of the Czars. Hut there Is one signifi cant difference between the behavior of 1 lies (foldman anarchists In Itussl.i and their behavior hero. In this coun try, they dctled the authorities, confi dent tluil, no matter what they did Jr. short of neiual murder, the worst they need epeot was a term in jail. In ltussia they proceed more cautiously. The ruling power in I'etrograd dues not trllte xvith its enemies, and shoot ing squads inaUe short wnrl; of politi cal offenders. Km ma t!oi.n.xi.N and her followers temper their revolt to thu conditions under which they live. Iiifantfi' Cries and Street Noises. City noises, and the familiar occu pational appeals of Itinerant .street iip'rchimN have been tlie occasion of long enduring protests, letters to newspapers mid even municipal ordi nances fearsome alike in language and threat of puhMinipn;. Few of the enact inetits are rigorously en forced. The old clothes man, theped ler of fruits and (lowers, the scissors grinder still ply their trades In resi dential districts unrclmked by ner vous citizen or phlegmatic cop. There are persons, however, xvho look upon those characteristic urimn cries as atmospheric touches and Iiml hi them reminiscences 0f the varied arts. An opera lover may reran 1 through them that appealing "early morning scene In Cliarpentl.er's "I111 iso" and Its ragpicker and noctiimlm list xvitli their lovely little tunes. An amatem "f ;nnts xvill be reminded of (iioKOK Mop.i.asp'8 "London Cries." the charming series of studies ot (ieorglan street life In the Ilrltlsh metropolis. A man xvith a taste for mechanics used such city noises ns a street car bumping over a switch, the pumping of its nlr brakes, the charac teristic noises of an automobile nnd a chain driven motor truck to point an argument that the world of stone and asphalt has sounds quite as mys terious to the uninitiated us those of forest and stream. lSut the street xender has at last aroused an enemy likely to prove to be his undoing. The ladles of the Philadelphia City Club have discov ered that the (Jil.lkertoxvn babies no longer begin vocalizing xvith the fa miliar gurgles and cries of Infancy but are Imitating the pedlers. The shocking disvoxery has been made that (he first word Philadelphia ba bies learn Is "rags." While this word Is more deilnlte than the more con ventional "goo goes" of Infancy Its utterance emmet be considered as an evldenrr- of cultural decline on the part of Philadelphia's babies. In deed "rags" ore a very frequent topic of discussion by women the world over. And who knows but that the Philadelphia babies hnvc heard echoes of 'he fashionable topic of the eco nomic tidvnntagps if wearing ibl clothes'' It Is 'o tie ,-ent 1 : t. "il 'ha1 i'n sii gestlon for bmprox.ug Mie street vn tier nut of exMence or for puttlns a silencer mi him was advocated by the speaker at the City Club. It would i seem that, If cIosIiik the windows of the bahy'H nursery luid no effect on this Imitative Instinct, the only! recourse must bo to counteract the peiller's cries by n course of music such as that heard in "Louise" or In the prelude to the last act of 'Tosca." If music can soothe the kiviiko breast It may also chant'e the tenor of an I infant's cries. Mexican Domestic 1'olley as It Atfecls American Capital. The Midden ipiletiug down of affairs in .Mexico is now followed by an en cmuML'Ing manifesto from (leneral- .Iacivio It. Tur.viNti, .Minister of Com-, mcm. im i ixiutry In the Do la utiertti Cnlilnet. (leneral Tiif.vino (.-,., n,(. tinvcniment's attitude to- xvard the petroleum Industry will he one of pure nationalism, based on dell nlle legitimate national Interest, nnd giving protection also to legitimately crcaled foreign interests without dis tinction as to nationality. If this declaration of policy really means xvhat It says II will mean of course an ahout face by Ihe .Mexican , fpnernmciit and Hie nullification of Article.!" of the 1!I7 Constitution pro xkllng for retroactive conll-catlon of siiholl mineral and petrollfle de posits. With a poipiitlaj capacity of 000, 000,000 barrels of oil annually, Mex ico's actual ouiput bus been limited to less than 11! per cent, of that quan tity through ihe vneilhitlng policy and lrre-punslhlo conduct of the (ioxTfu uient. Foreign oil Interests have been threatened and taxation xvhlch easily could have gone Into the national rev enues has been made uncollectible by basing It on decrees that would have made Its payment an acknowledgment of Ihe confiscatory laws under the Constitution. foreign capital and energy are xvaltlng with extrnordlnar) patience for Mexico to allow them to come In ami inane Her one oi ine ricuest anui crtf! A I jctc Tn A vtdt most nrosnerous nations In the world. SOCIALISTS TO AVERT Hut capital and energy will hold aloof In a large degree uujess there Is a genuine and lasting change from what has been the attitude of Hie Mexican adn.lnlsi ration. Onry a few months ago Seuor Niutii visited the Culled States, nnd later Hngland. endeavor ing to raise funds for Mexico to 'put her public finances in shape. He found both here and abroad xvllling iiess to forget all that had passed In the whirl of Mexican affairs If the Covfcinnieut would simply agr'e to conduct Itself along ('0111111011 sene lines. Hut despite many promises tn do so the old, short sighted taptlcs xvero pursued by Caiu:xnz.x. Annuo m: i.x UfiatTA and General j TunviNO will find Amerje.in capital still willing lo forget mistakes of the past. And IT tlie nexv policy an nounced by I'lCiieral Tiievino is fol lowed by convincing acts Mexico xvill ?oon discoxer that Illsle.ld of having! Europe because of r.urope's happv con , . , . , , . I dltioii of dulness," be slid xvith a ,to send financial agents abroad to smlr ,.u wU ,(i n sl(,n (hat g(,rlo.i0 le. seek loans for her fiovernnieilt for- construction Is under way." He de- nl.ni funds xvlll come ilowlti" 111 at a elgu ! uniis, win (ome iioxxm 111 .it .1 rate Hint xvill quickly put tlie country on a comfortable basis, I 1 .Iiisttce Fawobtt's important decision I hi t,; 'n!,'prn! other on tho some subject by Justice noncNnncK. in which a clothing manu- fncturor in Kocnesicr ooiains uamaKcs 1 , c . ,, In tho sum of $100,000 nnd an injunc- i "e ot Unseated Socialist Hon prohibiting interference with his Members Will Run Again. business against tlie Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America. Thai j ('hark Solomon, one of the ttve S01 t.-il-there arc lituiis beyond which pvpii ; 1st Assemblymen ho xvas unseated by trade unions niuit not go Is tlie axx of J o,. Assembly !.it prlng aft. r being course, and mere appears noxv a ins- 1 position tn enforce It. - -- - -- - Injunctions halt mpro city buses. XcKspmicr headline. ' Trackless town will he paved with legal papers. lteprcscntatlve Champ Clark of Missouri Is going to try onco more lo get tlie Democratic nomination for President. Klght years have passed since .Mr. Cixiik went in coutidenco to Baltimore to bo beaten after a long and stubborn light, one Washington report Is that Mr. Wu.so.v wants HtiN'RRinoK Colbv nominated. To bo knocked out bv Mr. Wilson- was n bnrd blow for Mr. Claiik, but It was nothing to xvhat defeat by a new Democrat like Mr. Coi.uv would he. The amazing growth of population In Detroit since 1910 directs attention not only lo the mobility of the popula tion, achieved by modern instruments of transportation, but lias an interest as it illustrates the adaptability of the country tp meet nexv conditions. In 'en years tlie automobile metropolis has added more than half a million inhabitants to its 1910 total of IGo.000, ! and the means of sustaining them had 1 to be provided as they came to the city. ! Tlie capacity of the highways, the ter-; mlr.nl facilities of the railroads tho , passenger transportation system of the town-ail these things had to be1 adapted to meet tlie new demands. Private enterprise had to lie developed correspondingly: the mai'kets, cloth Ing shops, ueparimeni stores nnu scores of other shops serving men anil I women had to no provided. NoxvorK has the same problem, but Nexv York ers can better understand the elasticity of nodern society from the example of Detroit than they can from their own too intimate ex-perience. Wlint Has I'.iTiunr- nf Ihe Miortcill.es? What I1.11 bpcorno of the "hortcakes. The shortraken wo ufed to know? Wheie are the luscloui laxored flaki Of tho lone, long, long KoT Shmt nro xxe now of the shortcake. Tor the cake, we sit I dough. And the strawberries taste like a jtrawy fnkf- riielr Juices no longer flow. What has become of the croam we poured On the shortcake, Ihe jellow cream, Clotted ami ilcb al Hie miser's hoard. And sweet a love's 5'oung dream. Turning th" mind to he Hiring 'lou-e pool, Xml tin- ,'. c ian n gleam, ril 'h- irm il ip. id it) of ' ii a' l '.1I-- ' 1 ,i an ' 1 .1 ii M.i m 1 XI. .::.. OLDESTLAW CODE JUST DECIPHERED Disoovorcd in l'arl Anion"1 Cliiy NMppur Tablcls in l of 1. Jfiiscuin. II 10 IT CIVILIZATION SEKX St tit uics rntlicau! That People Wf'l'P Fill' AllYIIIICl'll LOU"" lipforo H000 15. C. l'ltll.ADKLPHIA, June 50. Tbu oldest knoxvn written codo of laws lo tlie world, probably antedating that of Hammurabi by nt least a thousand years, lias hcev discovered In part among tho lillheito untranslated clay tabids from Nippur nt the University of Pennsylvania Museum. Tim Hammurabi codo was prepaied nbout 2100 li. ('. The laxvs, xvhlch have just been trans lated by Abbe Schell of I'arls, deal xvith responsibilities of hired Hcmints, xvith j trrspaFs on farms and orchards, harbor- i lug of slaves, tentals, rights of slave j women xvno have bonn; ci'lldren to tluir masters, &v. 1 One Intel estlng statute provides that rentals must run for three yeam In eue n mnn has talten over a bouse the owner dues not know hoxv to manage. This Is somexx'hat ubseure and may mean that all rentals were for that term. In any event prupertx could not lie Idle or lie I Improperly used It some ono was willing to use It for iiibIle,or private benefit. In (lose a slave bore children to her ' maUor, she and the offspring were free and If the master married the slave the children became legitimate. In general i tb; la.xs shoxv a high state nf elxlllzi-i Hon In Slino It. C. and lnl!eal mil len.ilums of previous experience In net tled communities. They deal with per sonal nnd pioperty ilnhts on a basis somewhat like that of tho Deuteronomlc code. It Is possible the tablets xvero text boons used at Hie great L'nlveislty of Nippur. The dlsi oxei le.i are considered of the highest Importance and search xvlll be made for furtii"i- tablets containing ad ditional lews. I HUNGARY BOYCOTT Demand Freedom of and Speech. Press Hit tlir .Iaaoi hitetl 'ifv in-nAPEST, June I'.i. The Hungarian S'oii.ihsts to-day presented to the gox--crument the condltloim under xvhlch they declare they xvlll secure the call ing off of the -foreign transport work era' boycott of Hungary, tewcther with the reentry of the Socialism Into poll ties and the cod'jeratton of the xvork ors In the loeonstruL'tlon ot tho country. These conditions are that freedom of the press and of speech be granted, that Jury trial be reestablished, that the military be properly controlled, that the propfrty of the trades unions shall be teetored, that the Communist prosecu tions cease and that Interned xilltlcnl prisoners be supervised by the civil au thorities Instead of the military. Count Apponyl, Hungary's veteran statesman, pu'dleltd the falluro of tlie proposed International boycott against Hungary. "When the ntiny of occupa tion of Aineilcan lepoiters eva uale lmTl1 ,hp l"tcrnatlimal labor boycott 1)rol)n?iUon ., .. imncuinn that na- tional Insunltj whs continuing in Hurone," and added Unit Hungary xvould not ulloxv outsldeis tn dictate ln-i In- temal pulley. solomon renamed FOR N. Y. ASSEMBLY eonxicted by that bed of disloyally to 1 the nation 11 ml Slate In the inr. has ! been renominated by his party in the Txventy-thlrd Assembly district, Ihook lyn. Solomon's activities eam chleily to the attention of tlie Legislature as he xx'ns bchl to lie one of the leaders of the anti-Ciox-ernment group. Tho Iirooklyn Socialist party has nom inated full local tickets for Pongres. Senate and Assembly. According to claims made by the radicals, they ex pect to elect four Assemblymen and one jteprefeiitatlve In that borough. An soon as the JVmocratle lenders re turn from their national conxentlon In California fusion conferences xvlll be held In districts in the several boioughs 1 In an effort tn agree on candidates xhou the two old patties may support against the Socialists where tlie raiih.iM are stronpet. Especially In the .7iiilicl.il districts In Manhattan will an attempt bo made to biirg about fusion. The Socialists are credited xvith gaining ground so rapidly In manv sections that the leaders of the political organizations and bar associa tions are urging a united moxvment to make certain the selection of strong men for the bench. Nine Supreme Court Jus tices, txvo Pieneral Si nitons Justices and one City Court Justice are to be elected. MICHIGAN PROPOSAL - ATI ACKED BY COLER Compulsory Public School . -. it j pi t . Bill Called Bolshevistic. IiRTitocr, June 20 Illrd S Cyier, Commissioner of Public Welfare of Nexv York city, to-d.iy vigorously attacked prilporel amendment to Michigan's con- stltution requiring all cjilldrcn between C and 10 to attend only public schools, Commissioner Color (hurncterized the amendment as part of liolshevlsm's programme. , Speaking before the quarterly meeting of the Detroit Diocesan Hnlon of the Holy Name Society, ho iald. I "All tin xvorld faces hunger because 1 most of the xvorld left tlie plough and took to tho sword and has not returntd. We shall have our share. nd out of 1 the hunger has come a madness a madness fostered by the insane philos ophy that rejects tlie cornerstone of ruth, and our Republic Is rocking under I the blow of that madness." ' Mr. Coler pointed out that compul sory public school education, eliminat ing private, parochial and benevolent order schools, Is also part of the So cialist platform. To Commission IM1 Snlrntlonls(i. Ninety-six commissions as officers of tlie Salvation Armv xvill be nwarded thl evening in the national headquarters ' bu. aim?. 122 Wert Fourteenth atrcct ! pradu.ui" f ur a' o s aif.ng ui, re nine months' course. lWKS. BEMIS ESTATE ORDERED APPRAISED Contest Is Expected Over Her Standard Oil Millions. hjifiidl in Tim His ami Nexv Yoiik llmum. Wiiitr Plains, June 20.-llccaose of a contest pindliiK over thu estate of Mrs. Frances I.. Itcmls, xvho died last winter at Lnrchmont on the Sound leaving property cstlmatnl ns xvortli between 13,000,000 and 15,000,000, Surrogate Slater of Westehesler county has up pointed appraisers to tlx thu value uf her personal property. Kdwutd I'. Ktnrck of Manhattan, tta; teinnnr.nv iiiIiiiIiiIhI rntuv. Il it B furnished Hllr''!' company bond for as.00"- Mrs. llcmls xvas the xvldow of ono or ,llc Standard Oil Company's stockhold- ei mm a tiireeior in Mivei.u ""' sldlary compnnles, nnd xvhen bo died at Laichmont he left IiIh entire estate to bis widow. Judge Martin Care), gen eral solicitor of the Standard Oil Com. pany, Is counsel for tlie temporary ad ministrator. The largest part of Mrs. Uemls's per sonal property Is tiiiiile up of Standard Oil reeurltles and ft larwo amount of diamond Ji vvelry xvlilrh are In a safe deposit vault In a White I'liiltm bank. Two separate sets ot nppralseis have been appointed, one to appraise the Hlmidaid (HI stocks and other personal ptoperty, and ntiothr n t. one of xvhom Is a diamond exptal, tu appraise the Jexxi'lrx DEFENCE SOCIETY INDORSES HARDING Its Trustees Send to All Mem bers Letter I'raisin? Record of Nominee. The American Defence fSocletv nuunciil yesterday It had given mi en. thusiastie Indorsement to Senator Har ding for President and was preparing to assist In Ills eteetlon. In a letter sent to members of the society throughout the I'nlteil Slntes the trustees, of xvhom Charles Ktexvart Davison ts chairman, stated that of all tho candidates whose names xvhere presented to the ChiciiRo i convention, Senator Hauling best rep. resents the alms and Ideals of tho Defence Sooletx. After quoting from tlie Senator's "America rirst'' speech and other ad dresses, the society slates In its letter: "His opposition to those dangerous doctiliipx which lead to Bolshevism Is well kiinxvn. In a comparatively recent speech in the Senate he said: 'Wo are drifting Into chaos. That Is why I am urging that this Uovernment give up its Idealism and cot back to practical ixork. We arc drifting In tho direction of the rule of physical force in chasing the dreams of idealists. We have been neiOectinj the practical things hero at home in thu United States. We have been ex en more neglectful in prepat lug for the duties of peace than xvo xvcte In preparing, for the duties of xx-ar ' "His iceord on the xx'ar xvas that of a strong supporter of all vigorous meas ures and of an impatient critic of ob structionists. He has advocated con sistently the development of Inlerna tlonal courts nnd systems of law. while at the same time pointing out the In herent xveakness of the present pro posed League of Nations and ttio Im possibility of It acceptance by tills country In Hint It 'Involxes a surrender of our national sox ereignlty and sub mits out future destiny to the League, or else Is in fact an empty thing, glib in name only and xxill ultimately disap point all of humanity that founds Its hope upon it.' "This is but a succinct netting forth of the views of this society and of those principles for which it contends. Tho nppoi tun lty Is uoxv afforded us to do more to accomplish our ideals and ob ject In piacllcal fushion than we could accomplish In anv oilier manner. "It behooves us to do all than we can to maintain and suport Ills candidacy. The snclcty icipiests every member and eveiy contributor to unite In earnest effoit from tills moment until the suc cessful termination of tho electoral campaign In securing tho triumph of Its principles nnd alms through the elec tion of Warren (J. Harding by so over xvhelmmg a majority ns shall settle once for nil in the eyes of this country and the world any doubt as to xvbeie Amer ica stands on thost) questions xvhich In volve her safety and her continued ex istence its a free democratic people liv ing under representative form of gox' ernrnent nnd recognizing as a nation tho fundamental piincipln of 'liberty un der Inxv ' " VICTORY MEDALS TO BE GIVEN OUT TO-DAY 4,000,000 Bronze Emblems 'Ready for Distribution. Hpntal tn Tor. Sii s and -Nexv York Ilrautp. Washington, .June 20. Distribution of the Victory Medal given by the United States and all of the Allies to those xvho served In the xvar against Germany xvlll bo begun in this country to-morrow, according to announcement made by tlie War Department. More than 4,000,000 persons xvlll be entitled lo the bionzu emblem, xvhlch xas designed by James Katie l'razer, the Nexv York sculptor, nnd the Department hopes to complete the work of distribution x within three months The major operations for xxhlch clasps are to be awarded folloxv: Cambria, Sommo defence, I.ys, Alsne, Montdldier, Noyon. Champagne Marne, Alsne Marne, Sonime offensive, Olso Alsne, Ypres I,ys, St Mlhlcl, Meuse Argone and Vlttorlo Veneto. ' The overseas duty not of major opera tion chaiaeter xvhich entitles to a clasp follows: Defensive sector, France, Italy, Siberia, Russia and Hngland. l'ersons entitled to the Victory Medal should take tht ir discharge papers to tlie recruting station, xvhero tlie applica tion xvill lie made out and rent tn tho Depot Quartermaster at Philadelphia, xvho xvill forxvard the medal direct. Where no recruiting station is axallahle a sworn copy of the discharge may be sent to tin neirest recruiting station PEOPLE'S PARTY FOR A GERMAN REPUBLIC Accepts Democrats' Terms on Coalition Government. IlERMV, Iin.e 10 I Delayed t The C.erman People's paitv, xxhhli In the ie cent dectlon:i xv.-n 1 barged xvith having monaichlrt tendemhs, itt accepting the conditions set forth bv the Demoomts as the basis upon xvbi.li they agreed to enter the nexv coalition (iox-i ntn"iit, um qiilvocally indorses the republican form of Government. The people's party also promises alleglatue to the Weimar constitution. A nexv Cabinet rornpilslng Clericals, Democrats and members of (lie People's party -v 111 take over tho Gox-.-mment early next week, with Konstaotln 1-Yhrenbnrli as Chancellor. Herr Koch, Minister of Hie Interior nnd Vlce- . Premier, and Herr Gessler, Minister of Defence, both Democrats, will retain their cust" Dr. Itudolph Helnze em! "''rr "" K ,r''0' ff- '"emliei of the Prus "'.n HI" xv'U r pr. ect tlie l.otle' ' ' T '" h 1 re U U 1c " -ipon Tut -day. I0LYMPIC WILL SAIL FOR N.Y, THIS WEEK White Star Liner, Hofitted, Is Now Largest Oil Hiiriiiiitf ,S ten in ship Afloat. JIAS KINK AVAH HKCOltl) Vessel Out of Service Nearly a Year, Is Commanded hy Sir llertrani Fox Hayes. A message from Iindoii to tho In ternational Mercantile Marine announces that tho White Star liner Olympic, trans formed into tho largest oil hurnlnn steamship, xvlll rail this week from Southampton nnd Cherbourg for till port xvith all cabins (Hied and xvitli many luxurious Improvements in tier public npaitments and etaterooms. Her out xvard appearance Is unchanged, but In ternally she xvlll not be recognized by 1 old time englnecra xvho visited hei stokeholds In pre-war days. The selee linn of oil fuel for llio great liner was nude after exhaustive tests and follows the practice of tho American and other fjreat navies of tho world. Mute than I.otiO xx'urkmen have been engaged for several months In tlie mighty tnsk of converting her 1S5 furnaces for the use of oil fuel and installing the special machinery necessary. The fuel carrying c'lparlly of the Olympic xvlll be about BO.ono barrels, which will be stowed In tlie cellular eompai Intents between Hie ship's double boltoms. It Is estimated that she xvlll icqulre on each, trip about 2.1,000 bar rels, tho quantity varying cllghtly ac oot ding to the speed. Tho use of oil xxill eliminate all delays heretofore caused by bad xvcatlier and other unusual con ditions, such as strikes of mine work ers frequently Intel fering xvith coat loading, and xvlll glvo greater comfort to passengers because of the absence of coal dust and cinders on tlie decks. The oil Is blown In 11 lino spray under each furnace and an ex-en speed can be more readily maintained than Is pos sible In a coal burning ship: also, there are no furnaces to clenn out, nnd the system Is much more economical than tlie old one The Olympic, which has been out 01 seixlce pearly a year, xvlll return to Nexv Voik In command of Capt. Sir ller tr.tm I'm Hayes, tlie first olllcer of the Ilrltlsh mercantile marine tn be knighted by King George in recognition of his distinguished war services. In the -fist of the big ship's xvar accflmpllshments are the towing or the torpedo smitten lattteslilii Audacious, the. ramming and sinking of a Herman subiunriiie and the transportation of more than 200,000 i.oldiors across the Atlantic and the Mediterranean In xxar time without tlie loss of a life or mishap to the ma chinery. Special Cable lirspatih to Tlir Sl'N ami ."''r.xv Yoiii: imnxiii. C ojnripif, 1920. bp Till) Sex and Nr.xv Yom: Ilritxiti. KovnoN, June 20. Two oecnn giants aie soon to reappdir In Nexv York Har bor, the Olympic, sailing from South ampton on June 23, and Aqultanla from Liverpool on July 17. IJotb the White Star uiiil Canard companies this week annoimc the coming sailings of their demobilized and 1 econslltutcd crack liners, both of which have been con verted Into nil burners. Tlie Olympic nirived at Southampton yesterday xvith a distinguished party of shipping authorities and Journalists xvhom she had carried over miasured mite tests fiom Ilelfast through tlie lough' and doxxn through tlie Irish Sea. The Aqultanla is still In the yards at Newcastle, but alterations are so far completed na to permit Inspection. While both add tremendously to transatlantic passenger capartty, it la said their ac commodations already are xxell booked I- advance and their leturn to service does not mean much lcllef for the ex pectant travellers. The Olympic and the Aqultanii, xvbli h had made but three xoyages to N'exv York xvhen the xvar broke out in I'll I, are fitted xvith the most modern and ef ficient nil fuel gadgets, which xvlll In crease Ihelr speed to upxvard oCtxfonty flvo knots and enable the diets 10 be bunkered xvlthln six hours, making pos sible a speedy turn round, limited prob ably only b passport formalit'ex. as neither is a cargo carrier. TRUE BUDGET URGED AS REAL NECESSITY Franklin Roosevelt Want's Entirely New Methods s;ircinl f., T'us Sln ash Nexv Yor.K IIeh.uu. Washisi.t Juno 20. An entirely nexv method of making appropriations In Congress v,.r, strongly recommended to day by Kranklin Hoosevelt, Assistant Secretary of the Navy. His plea xvas made In replying to a letter sent to him hy Representative Irefand fill.), Itepub Mean, chairman of tho Committee: on Accounts, who had aked Mr. Hoosevelt for suggestions about placing the fiov ernmeiit on a scientific basis Mr. Hoosevelt criticised tho present method under which nax-al olllcers, for Instance, have to ptesent their estimates to two appropriating committees. After discussing the dlllleulties xvhlch this and other defects created In the present system. Mr. Hoosevelt summarized bis recommendations as folloxvs: "Create a true budget system, not Ihe small beginning already attempted. "Consolidate the appropriations In one general committee xvith sub-committees to deal with the separata subjects. "Put into laiv the general principles recommended by tho reclassification committee's report, together xvith the authorization of adi quale salaries to Government employres. "Invite a confennce xvith the execu tlxe branch of the Government looking to a reclasslllcatlon and redistribution of tlie work of the departments. "lilve by law greater -authority to the heads of the executive departments In conducting their executlvo business, at the same time holding these heads more directly responsible for tlie suc cessful administration of their work." AMERICA IN RACE FOR WORLD TRADE Senator Jones Says U. S. Must Fight Hard for Share. Washington. June 20. Kqulnpeil With powers conferred by the recently enacted- ' Jne shipping ait, the American (Jox- eminent should enter the race for xvorld trade xvith the determination to obtain Its rightful "hare. Senator Jones (Wash ington) declared to-day In a statement outlining provisions of the nexv law bear ing his name. Revocation of treaties xvhich noxv handicap tho United States should bo the first step.. Senator Jones declared. "We are entering." he said, "no brotherly loxe, Sunday school picnic In seeking our part of the world's carrying trade. Kiir means and foul xvlll be used to defeat us We must Hght back and Pi? I I. 'rd fr m Mr-'ain mirsel.ra i AND THE NEW YORK HERALD. TIIK SI'S' irn.i otiiiifcif liy it,,, ii la 1S3II, TIIK NHW yollh Uthit WiM founded by Jamr (Jordoii 1 ,, ,. in 1S35. Till: Hi s pnsji-d ono Hi,. , . trol of Vhurln A. Dana (11 Im,-. limnin the property of frank A 1 , to mm. ;, ,vmp yuiih in uu 1 rciiiolnrd thr sole proprity of xu 1 i,u. unfit hlx death in 1ST-', trlirn fix , Jinlei (Jordan llennett. u, n nf, ,i 1 1 r ownership of the pop. 1, lefiieft , ni , in hit min.i until hla drath in i'i Till-: IIIUI AU) beeame the io, f Frank A. Munscu in 11)20. lU HI.MISS AMI nil rilll'AI, r-ils MAIN Hl'SINKSS AND UtHTi'l.'x (WICKS, 2.S0 HltOADW XV. I , ,.i I'ilONH, WnitTH JO.ilOO. IIU.tNTII OITU'HS tin mm,! , -tl'i'iiients urn! kill nf impci'. PIHNOII'AI, I'PTOWN I'l'l h 1 1 IlulMliiit, lleralil Sipinri' Tel ,n i - IIAItl.lI.M omciI-UOl Wis I 1. 1, NtJAii ki:vi:ntii avi; t.i T'h .m side. Open until 10 1'. M WARIll.Ml'ifi.V HDli.llTS hi i p i Vx i:.ST 1SIST ST. Tel. UKIS XX . , Open until in p. M. DOWNTOWN (UTien-'-'O'l IM!n I ' Open S A. M. to 10 V. M . Sun.la'. . i to III 1'. M. MitooKi.vN (lrnrns-nAr.T.i; n n . I Nil. n WAKII1NOTON ST. T ' . Mala. 2 cuiritT Sl Tel. r. M open until III p. M. niiiiNx on.'ici:-Ms wn.t.is xvi 1ISTII ST. Tel. (MM Milroie. Hn IP !' M l'rlnilnil Ainrrlnin and I'lirrlKii lliirrnu. WASIIINUION-Tlie Munsev llulliln.. C1IICAUO-20N Souih l,n Sail,, i I.OXHONi) a Meet st 1'AIII.S I!) Axiniio du ropern, IS l: I. OIIXII.. There are nliout ft'O ailvi iilsemeni n llIK Millions luenleil Ihlnlniimll N.iv x city anil xlelnliy xxhei Hun Uernlii n llsilllents win be rec, M,l ,u ..rileu in' n fernarileil for publlcattlon Daily Calendar THE WEATHER. Kastern Nexv York- K.i.n t.. ,i monow fair; moib-rate t, u ,., i btrong southeasl and huii'Ii w ,- New .telfey- Italn tn ili.i fi i i. , with rlHlni,- temiietptiirc. i i sh lh' souih shlftliiK to west iwmln Nnllllern Nexv IhiKluiiil l:u reolitr ell the coast, il. ui.t. xxlth niDiiernte teuipeiaiiii, m m i ably strnnir southe.tst anil lutnii v n .1 Soutliein New Ihifilmiil-liitiii in.it tn-morroxx : fresh uinl Mtiun,- . xvlmlH. WeHteui N'exv Xork- 1 tn in f.iiln ir fair liiinoriow, fitsh slilflini; cululllK west WASIIINOTON, June '.'n I'll has ilecienseil over inleiim . 1 1 i-t, of Ihe Hoi ky Mouutalii" ami In u. In . tut bunco hail Its cent cr iin.. It villi inoxi. f.nKtwunl ii il. I 1 1 1 i , lennlty. Tills rllsturliani e has I.. , n m by irrnerni rains tn tlie A .ni ' H'liitli nf Inivlitnd itiiil In Mi. en i Sliiti-s, TeniieHnee, the nhln Xml i i Hoiitliein (notion of tlie iir.'iin nf n lnkeH. Shoueifl nnd thuiulei i.hnu. i also irinirteil fnnn the pluum Suites peratuiert rentilln KPIielltlU In n n i eimt r,f the Hockv Muliriliille, ninl it. nbnve noiuinl In the limilni of ihi I States. 'Ilie tcinporatutcs In the ii of ('Allfninl.x to-il.iy excenleil ton .1. i The eutUinl; is fni i l.iittK ili xveuther lo-tnorrow In tin iini"i, i Cleat Ink) s and the Atliiulli Smi. loxuil hj fnle xventlii i In tl'i i 'i Tuesday, In the east (itilf Ktiil, i. Im ninl tin, Ohio alliy the xx . uih, i Celierallv fiilr til-Ill"' I llll.l Tin .ln' Moiletnte tcniperatuieM will pti nl i. i - t diirlui; tile neYl foltx eilil limns i.m eastern half of the eountu Htnnn xni""ltp xcie illsplnxeil on the Atlantic unit n' ' between lielawarp IlreilkvMitei iiml I'- - I i Me. Slntin xxnrnliiKH weie ills),ii e,l . n ' Ki.Mt lakes fnnn Clexelaml In Ohwic. Observations at T'niteii siut.s XX, Itureati stations, taken at s r M e!iii,-,i hevinty-flfth merhllnn tliuu llllll fit" Tempernturc. I!ar l.inji stations. IIIrIi.Ijxv. oinetr-r h, s xx . 1 Abilene S2 . . Ill lip A'lmny ,11 00 ..n mi Atlantic City., ill III ::n "'I llalllmore .... 72 fil "On.' Itlsmarck .... 70 21' i'' Ilnilon 72 111 So in liuffnln "I lit 2'i 'il C'lnrlnnntl .... 72 . 20 7s Charleston .... SO . . 2'i 'n Chlenco HO . 20 si, Cleveland .. . ml d2 2'i.7l I. 1 1 ii- liii 1:.. 1'. Henxer SO 20 ss Detroit CI I.".' 2'i 7s II (lixlveston SO . . ::o 02 Helena 71 .. '10 no Jacksonville .. Mi .. 2'i ''S 121, Kansas City... 70 .. 20.1 1 I,os Ange-tes.. . 711 . . 20 '12 Milwaukee ... CS On 21 si New Orleans. . S.U . . 21' 'Ml .s Oklahoma City 70 2'i mi Philadelphia, .. 72 T,i no 10 I'lllslmig HI .. '"IPS I'nrtlnml, Me.. 70 112 .In li. Portland, Ore. S2 .. Mi 01 Salt Lake City SO . . 'in on San Antonio... 71 .. "0 nj San Diego. ... IIS . . 2'i no San Pinneisco. 70 .. 2'i si St. Louis 70 . . 2'i si St. Paul 72 . . 2'i SI Washington .. I'.S .. 20.PS nl in I.OCAI. WnATHDIt nii'iHM' Ilnronieter 'I'i is Hiunlillty k Wlnil-illreetlon S XX Wind xeloeity Weather 1 I' ' Preclpltatloti " The teinperalure In this cii rernrdeil by the offlclnl it 1 111. in sIiovmi in tlie annexed table A M. P.M. 1' I s ni i el !) 02 2 H'i " ' 10 no -' s 11 ns t r,o 'i 12 OT, K. ... on P 1020. 1010. 1''.'" 1" fl A. M... 02 f.S Ii I' M ' ' 12 M r.ri 17 ii i' m ii s .1 I'. M... f,2 S2 12 Mm 'il Highest ti riip-iaure, OP, nl pi " X l.onest temperature, ,"R, nt H r XI Ax'eintio temperature, 112 EVENTS TO-DAY. TIip li rnjette Olni'i s. )u . H( hool 1H unldwi juhllei' n'tinlnn in h Henry ItorKentlmu In roiim-tloii v i u uatlon exercise, T27 i;rct '!' ' ' Mreet. O HO A. M. rrenldrnt V. II La Cu;ir!i i -f ' ' of Alilormn will upenk ht a in"t,Mf: nf )ic I em Vat Nn. 1 .13, Amprimn I. 1 I,-no avenup, thh rvrnlnf: Slxty-nintli Nt-w York, Unl-ihnu 1 IVU Nn. 19,", Amcrionn TKlon, t. tlio nrrnory, .S Loxlntnn nnnp Itporganlzatlon contvp-nn' tf tic Jewish I'rofijMlonal Wdfai Vii. nrt ami dance. Hotel penn; ixui1 V M. Walter Gonlon Mcrrltt am! I '-pi' Kontor will ?ifnk at a inert., "f 1 lyn Chamber of Comrnerc , i till evinlnif. Maiter Iluteherii t '.i ' ri lloti 1 rrnntvnln', 8 V M ROOT HAS PLAN FOR COURT OF NATIONS Would Permit German and Russian Representation. Tlir Haoi-e, June 20 Vi,' plans for the creation of an Ir' -.-tional Court of Justice suggcn'ed ' commission of Jurists noxv nsaj""l h r In working out the projei t 1 ' Kllhu Hoot, xxhlcli piovidn i.. i" r panel of nominees for plate- ' court be chosen by the assembly ' Loamie of Nations, in xvhkh i'i " Poxx'ers are leprcsented, and ar 'J' panel by the council nf t'.e ' i xvhich only tlie great Pi. nr. places. The JiidKT' then xvu n lected from tlie txxo jnm D. Mr. Hoot also ban pi. mi. I some day Oermany and !. again surely be considered the prcat Powers, and he ha' ' that the plan be Ilexihb on un mlt of their being repi-en.l All tbo Jurists, It appe irs, the most Important point return r make-uii of the court Is th.t ' provision for adrojaate repre". n ' ' the small Powers, but at the they toallze It In nteessa.-v t ' the five Rrent Towers be ' ' ' on the court i me repi i i V. tvl 1 x 3 ' ;. I'J'lr "l ' ' ' -r-C ' ' l"ti from toe sn.iner. I idxan 0. ' ) 1 I