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THE SUN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 31. 1020. AND NKW YOIIK rtlESS. lion of pence, u ml lliat tlio hnrd feci lutf engomlerctl by tho vnr would jmim iimro quickly from mint) devoted to uuro renfcou limn from (bono dovotcd Now York, Saturday, Janunry l trmlo nnd politics. That tills will jstfltiTt-sKVRSTit yeah. no, 153 i'8 tlio ciico now seems Improbable, : ,- . . for tlio n t German conduct of tlio Subscriptions by .Mull, Pontpald, ,, , . on Kii one trench I nuro to bo deep 7 refe ntcnl V-. . ffitxln lLtv.h I I.. "I - ffiAILY only 11.00 4.40 hvkuat on))- 4.00 x.w DAILY A 3CNDAT... $11.00 $4.0 liiAir.v only 11.011 m lunuAI oniy. ...... 0,00 a.w FOIEIIJX mm. DAILY SUNDAY. . ,io.0O fU.M riiAii.r oniv . ., ... is.oo BU'NUAV only 0.1S . IS.U Onn llr .Ml .40 li.ua I .Ml W'lut Is (ho Message? Wo mean U10 messago they uro sup ;SJ posei lo bo trying to get to us ocross tho c her. Is t! !? "ilnvv tin vmi ufnniT mi thn minsHnn J,SO ,--.. - . w ...v ot n Longuo of Plnnetfl, with wiper on Roventmnnt and secretariat estob thr Evnxtxo 6VN. nSi VnJuXW-mttl la ,T"I,l(er or Sflt,m' "ccordlnc roriin- 11.00 HOOK .0O I At wotu.d BOOKK AND THE fw.ekly), onn ar.. $1.00 binnuo.. ,s;,eu utner countries.,, i,u, All check, money orders, Ac, to b msa. p.yabi. 10 Tin bdn. Published dally, Inoluding Sunday, by the Kun Printing iinil 'Publishing Association, to tlio volo of tlio member?, Including tlio llttlo asteroids?" Or Ifi It merely: "How nro you Rotting along under Prohibition, Old KartlH" S80 Broadway, Borough Y. president. Y. President. Frank A. Muntty. t Broadway: Vlc.-Pre.ld.nt, Krvln Yril -mam Sscretary. It. II. Tlth.rlnaton: Treaa Urer, Win. T, b.wart, all of 2S0 Broadway, London ofllca. 40.43 Fleet street. Paris office. 49 Avenuo da I'Opern. wa.nington orate, aiuntey jimmiug. Election. Knglnnd Is going In for nn old fash loncd, rlproarlng, pence tlmo general election. Tlio patriotic calm which TELEPHONE, WOltTII 10000. SilaMirf.a" iml)0S m 1;iny turbulent i - i t u ...1 t i tt mff, aw waini.vcioi, street. iniutin nun lmuiluuu nn long tiH licouui bo oxnectcd to oniliire. renco has not tltltd to tlio nan for republication ut all oilitrwle. croiitoit in thin paper nnu aio tinitirs. JiuconslfUCtloil Is not Olie inc local nom punuanru nrrfin. , ... . , . , . All richta of ruiubllcntun of upcciai UrniHl Hweet snug. Trouble bus not rtt.patclit. Herein iita no ira.rvil. boll hanlsliPil frnm tin. iwiln,. Dlwin. owr r(iuif teho favor M itlrt manw- I liolnt nionls linvn lir-nn limnornna mil tn have rtUcltA nrtlrll rtturutd thin mull I SOI11C OL tllOlll sivir. .Tn.ilnnai- at II iwr. '4m All wvttm ..Mil .(Aiiin. tn tkt MU.M.I I meijt the fitruggle called forth. In the party contest which Is com' As thovClold Hirer Flows. Ittg n good many things nouo ot Kng- Shipping a net $S0d,000,000 of gold land's statesmen want to explain will out of this country in the last rear Is cdmo up. A good many things Eng. ti performance of magnitude. Yet In lands statesmen cannot explain will HMD wo shipped In ?120,000,000 of como up. Under these circumstances old.' In 1010 we topped that largo t will be convenient, If not essential, .Amount with $M0,0Q0,000 shipped In. to nave a personal devil on which to W After tho sudden nnd heavy dralu llnmc every crrbr of Judgment, every on our gold stocks tho year the war caso of man (allure, cvory unavold- broke oilt thero came to us up to tbo ablo accident which has markod the beginning of 1010 n balance ot more crowded years slnco 1014. Such a than $1,150,000,000 In gold. And all personal dovll Is as desirable tor one that, although when wo oursclres partr ns another, And America has went Into the war we shipped gold to already been nominated for this try tho Allies by the ton by tho hun- l"g. if not onerous, Job. dreds of tons with $372,000,000 sent Lousrqucntly we may expect Amcr out In 1017 as tigaluet $552,000,000 lea to be lambasted furiously In Kug brought in. 1:11111 for the coming few months. All AVo cannot go on freighting over- the hard sayings uttered against ns seas ships with enrgoes of our gold In tbo days of our neutrality will bo without narrowing the foundation on revived. All tho harsh thoughts an which rests our prodigious currency opulent citizen arouses In tho minds issues, nnd on which In turn depends or bis debtors will bo uttered. All the our vast trade credit expansion. Hut, political venom which Is not reserved on the other hand, In this ppanVIng for homo use will be spilled on Uncle - trde breow thorn cannot bo n recline! Sam. It may be coufldently predicted i of too wide a spread of currency can- that what tome English, Scotch and I vas and hauling down of credit top- Welsh gentlemen Identified with pub i sails without lower prices. He Hf will say about us before the ) If It has called for more money to cud of this political campaign will take care of moro business done, mora bo as bitter, ns stinging, ns Irritating a payrolls running and more balunres as the meanest things our most pas frstruek, -It has called or still mere slonate citizens of Irish extraction ihoneyvto ray higher and Higher say about Kugionu. j wages jor less work and to measure Hard words break no bones: neither higher and higher prices for less uo incy cement iricnusinps. let tno ' i.,mi nl,,i 1. 1, Ho,. TiidnUmi onrrrluc Unlieu 8tntci 1 1 1 unlltlf l.in at lis UlUUll Ml. LI ....... ..v... -wt.....n, w ------ " " ' ' o(t with Its rising balloon somo of own, and some of us thoroughly un i the cents In n dollar, whether thirty derstaml tho vociferous outgivings ot I out of tho hundred cents, or forty or superheated llrltish lmrlisaiHihlp as It , llfly, has diminished the power of the gets back ou the political Job I underlying gold to do Its normal work, I; If our gold is withdrawn to other Icebound Nantucket. f( countries In excessive quantities, w;th a despatch from Nantucket soys ) n corresponding contraction of toe that tho island Is Icebound. The news L currency find snapping back of -the must have come by wireless or cable, rubber stretched credits which caused for all other means of communication tho Inflation, wc shall have, automat- .with tho mainland nro cut off. The -Ically nud Inexorably, deflation. As Sankaty, If she Is In the Nantucket Inflation filched tho jwwer of gold, sg harbor, cannot get out, and If sho ls will deflation glvo It" back. , out she cannot get In. The Cross Hip Two men who will do only half a Jlghtsdilp Is In n position of peril slm! day's work each arc no better than Mar to that which she was in a few one man who will do n full day s years ago, wucn sue was carried out work; nor so good. Exactly fo It is to sea and tho 'ten lives aboard Is with cold. Two ounces of gold that Her lost. J be Island is destitute of such emergencies ns tho,pre,ionr, Nan tucket can now get together nil by Itrclf, and getting together In Nan tucket Is lll;n a big family meeting, iMame MiTciin.i,, tho ftmious astrono mer, born nit tho Inland, with tho blond of most of tho original families In her veins, unco nn lit "Thero ni 4,000 people on Nantucket mid every ouo of them Is my cousin," Cut off from tho rest of tho world. what tlmo It must bo for a reunion ot tho Macoys. Coffins, Polgcrs and Star bucks) Tho Isolated Island may not be so cheerless ns oue might Imagine, New York actor who had n castlo at 'Sconsct last fall stored away ?,'),000 worth ot tho finest liquors. wines and other drinkables purchas ablo against tho lmpondlng dry season and double barred and bolted his eel lur. In a month his wns called post hasto back to Nantucket; his treasuro chest had been broken Into nhd every, thing taken to tho last and smallest bottle. A public Inquiry was had Into thd heinous theft, but It brought no results, Ono of the reports of this luqulry nilotcs some ono ns saying: "There nro to .bo found In cellars on this Isl nnd bottles of Scotch and fine liqueurs with labels such as Nnulutktttcrs never before saw." We deplore this Insinuation ngnhK these Islanders It might Imvo been an "outside Job,' despite tho fact that sharp eyed do tcctlves watched every departing packago by the Snnknty and guards vigilantly patrolled the whole Nan tucket shore, In fact not ono single drop o this purloined liquor was over officially reported ns found. Of courso If any of this treasure should remain ou the Island It would bo nn antidote In certain circles against tho dull monotony of an Icebound, storm' bound existence. happier and we might be wiser. K will do only half tho work each that Ash halt and fresh yeast cakes and mc ounce of gold normally will do sire dependent for news upon the weekly no better than ono ounce that will do Mirror and Inquirer. From Wauwl- lin full lob. et to mo .Maauauct oar tna isjanu With half the gold we nov have and wen swept i.v gaica nnu jinrrics likewise with wages ami prices nor- or snow and its snores leelocked. innl. our workers working nnd our J-Uifl misfortune comes at ou lnop- ' uroductlon full, wo could bo as pros- Pontine moment, wben Nantucket jicrous as we are now, we ought to be would like to be heard. The island nas a laienc jor getting into me now. It had the whole country taking sides In its flehfc on tho ndmlinion of the War Memories In the dentine Mind, automobile. It aroused recently an Tbo sincerity of jho French scicn- Intercut that no other town "ould title world In its criticism of (he Royal I Jhuve created in the question if ngphoU Swedish Academy of Sciences for should pr .should pot be substituted awarding the Nobel prize In chemls- for cobbleslouos In the public square try to Dr. M. Haheh, a German con- of Nantucket, a discussion preclpi- fpfcugusly Identified with tbo produc- tated by u staid Xantticketcr falling tion and use of asphyxiating gas as a near the Bank building and bobbing weapon in the war, Is proved by the over the slippery pavement until he fact that the French stfvnnte o whom lauded near the door of tho TwltXc were awarded tho prixefi In physic Club, The CoWc, the organ of the con iutl lp medicine have refused to ac- servntlve anti-asphalt party, was sent cept them, to glv body to their pro- widespread to all who liad ever been tests. The prize In medicine Is ho- at Nantucket or had ever heard of the ttowed by tho Caroline Institute (the island- It declared "Good Intentions I faculty .of medicine in stociiiioim), and aspnnit may go togciuer; outran- nlid thaWii physics by the ItoyalSwe- tucket Is nearer heaven than Jiell.j dish Academy of Sciences, Why not pave accordingly?'' This con- VWrHAnKR wns not selected for the vlnelng argument won the fight. Lrbn beeattse of his war cis work. The matter, Jiotvevr. to which Nun lmt ou account ot outer nccoinniisn- incKct woum ni iire.cnt t-nu mo mcnts. The French, however, have world's attention has Joined all the neither forgotten nor forgiven Ids nc different conflicting Interests In ihities In tho struggle whlrli began (strong aggressive unit. The tercen-r ' fn 10H, and their position Is.thnt he tenary of tho landing of tho Pilgrims, Is morally unlit for the honor nnd ma- to be celebrated this year, It Is felt i tc rial beueflts of a Nobel prize. There by the Nantueketers may have a ten t is. moreover, among many Frenchmen dency to keen u great many visitors ,! it strong antJpntby toward fcweden. away from the Wand. So they ore re- ............. l ' ; based on the belief tlmt tiic fcwedos minding the world that fit least twenty ft were at least generous toward ucr- hoars before tho Pilgrim Fathers many In thslr neutrality. landed on tho Cape Cod shores the rc- Thlr; Incident Indicates that the re- doubtable Captain Hahtjiowjibw Cos- sumption of friendly relations bo- NOi.d lsrideil at Nantucket and planted i-twe.cn the scientists of the recently colonics oil neighboring Islands. "Wc enemy countries is not golus to bo as Nantueketers are not envious of Plym- iAocedlly or as cjslly accomplished as ontii or l'rovhicotowu, but wo con- t ' 5- , i .. t. -i t i t... t ....... v.. I . ... ... ... jms ukvu usiieuM ii) ioniums, in demit tiiotr presumption in setting up 1hc wa certain famous possessors of their claims to antiquity." If folks ffUMdomlc titles In Germany aroused will only wait untlt tho Icelock Is bitter resentment by their attitude, n broken they will hear more of this fact which they now recognize nnd In important matter, i-owe cases deplore. Yet It was hoped jint it 1 doubtful if Nantucket nnd by some believed that wfcen hps- miiy ced rau.eh outsldo sympathy, ej ccaseu uio repuonc 01 sctenae There Is no danger or a lack of food, Idf n Immediately, to a Condi-' tnr Mnicr unnltnllir1. clnruil nr-nlnct What tho Assembly Judiciary Com mlttec Is Uolng. Our neighbor the. world Informed Its readers yesterday that : "It is not at sit unlikely Hint the Judiciary Committee ot the Assem bly, falling to obtain sufflclent evi dence upon which to convict the five Socialists of disloyalty to the Gov ernment, will frame a report declar ing the preeent proceeding In more of an Investigation than a 'trial' .and that It has at least served to placp before the public the real alms ot the Soclallet party In this country," It would be a very dlfllcult thlni for the Judiciary Committed to frame n report treating tho present proceed ing as anything except nn Investlgn tion. This fact ought to be clear to every person who has rend the reso lution In accordance with which the committee Is acting. That resolution, with the names of the Ave Socialists omitted, fs : ' "Be It resolved that the said . . . members of th Socialist party be and they hereby are denied seats In this Ataembly pending tbo determination of their qualifications and fusibility to their respective seats; and be It further "Kciohal, That th Investigation ot tho qualifications and eligibility of the said persons to their respective cats. In this Assembly bo and It hereby Is referred to tho Committee on Judiciary of the Assembly of the State of New York to be hereafter appointed, and that the said commit tee be empowered to adopt such rules of procedure a In Its judgment It deems proper, and that said commit tee be further empowered to sub poena and examine witnesses and doc umentary evidence and to report to this body its determinations as to the qualifications and eligibility of the said . . . each of them respec tively to a seat lp this Assembly." The Judiciary-Committee of course has no power except the power con ferred on It by the Assembly, no nu thority except the authority delegated to It by tho Assembly. The Instruc tions given to tbo committee by the Assembly limit nnd direct its nctlvl les and define exactly their scope. In tho resolution imposing on the Judl clary Committee the duties it Is now performing It was ordered to proceed With an Investigation, and that inves tigation Is now flu progress. When In tho Judgment of tho committee (he time lias como for It to report It will report as an Investigating body, not n court. Tills course will be fol lowed lir exact obedience to the terms of the Assembly resolution and not as the result of any change In' plnn made subsequent to January 7, the day on which tho resolution authoriz ing the Investigation was adopted. tho girl whoso nnnunl earnlngfl were nothing at nil. If ho did not take ad vnnlagn of Ills opportunity, so much tho worso for him nowj for tho namo girl, drawn Into tlio work current by war, Is making lj-l() tv week, only ?.i less than IilT own salary. Will slio drop that !,0(R) n year to marry n poor man? Tho friends of true romnnco will say that money has nothing to do with It, hut they nro wrong. Tho highest percentage of marrlagea on tho Health Department record wns 11.81 tor each 1,000 of tho population. This was for tho year 1007, n year of prosperity un til Into October, when the panic came. Tho next year, with the depression still felt In ninny Hues of trade, the nmrrlngo.rate, 8.30, was tho lowest re corded. Oupld looks nt tho payrolls I Last year of courso had no panic, but It aaw women regarding money ns of comparatively llttlo value; It was so easy to earn and It bought so little, A woman, unless sho Is dqrply In love, may hesitate to hnnso and feed two porsous on the amount that sho has been devoting to herself alone. And the mnn In tho case, If ho bo neither a millionaire, a profiteer nor n union nrtlsan, Is probably worse off Ihnn ho was before the war. When all Ihe returned soldiers have 1,'ood Jobs and price are down mid women are no longer paid queenly sal nrlns (If queens have salaries) w may hopo to hear o tumult of wed ding bells again. To Give Tongues to tho Cabinet. Representative Mooxey of Ohio has Introduced a bill which would permit all tho members of tho Cabinet "to occupy seats on the floor of tho Sen ate nnd House of Representatives, with the right to partlclpato In dc bate on matters relating to the bust ncss of their respective departments, under such rules as may be pre' ecrlbcd by, the Senate nud House respectively." This Is of course a return to the effort to make our Government moro nearly Jlke that of Great Britain Once scuts nnd the right to sneak nrc given to Cabinet members the next step will be to glvo votes tn them; or, by reversing tho process, to form tho Cabinet from the membership of Congress. Mr. Slooxnv docs not purpose that the department heads shall hnve all privilege nnd nn pain.' His bill pro vldesMhnt the Cabinet members shall attend tho Wnlons of the Senate on luesdayH and Fridays, and of the IIuue on Mondays and Thursdays, to give information asked by resolution or In reply to questions. Either house could excuse their attendance bv standing order. If tlio questioning becamo heavy a Secretary might find that ns ids Con press duties took up four days, relig ion one day and golf another he would have, only Wednesdays for his department. isow tho cry Is: "Half a I.eairiie. nair n League, half a Lencuo on ward!" Jn consideration of his materlnl ef forts toward peace, who Is morn de serving: of tho Nobel Tcaco Prize than Marshal Koch? A ccod thing for norvous nersons who worry about their health to do is to r.-rrain from reading statistics of tho Influenza epidemic. i.ora idsvERtiuiME lias announced bis conversion to belief in prohibition"; but those who lament our former Btato of wetness point out that Lord Lcvun- HtxMK is not obliged to live In the arid country. I If Can't the Girls Find Bnouch nick Men to Go Around? Jt was natural to expect that 1010, the year which saw tho home coming of two million soldiers from Europe nnd the return, of almost ns many more from military to civil life, would bo a great year for marriages. It was not, however. In this city there were 58,083 about 2,200 mpre than tho record of the preceding year, and a few hundred lcsjs than that of 1017, when some soldiers going abroad were married and somo slackers has tened to take wives. Why there should have been such n small incrcaso llf marriages In a prosperous country After a war Is a puzzle. Perhaps the solution Js (hat there aro not enough rich men to go around. Slnco 1014 women Jiave been accustomed to having more nnd more money of their own earning, The sal aries of clerks nnd utenoafraphers Jn many lines pf business are now larger than the pay which their men friends earned In 1014. Five or six years tgo the swain who had $25 n week could count himself Pecuniarily fit to ask for the bgd of. Senator Piielan of California has Introduced a resolution proposing an amendment to tho Fourteenth Amend ment to tho Constitution which in effect would deny American citizen ship to Japanese even If American born. In support of it he said: "In leie than fourteen years tho native born Japanese population lofllawaiij will control tbo Territorial Leglsla tttre nnd all the elective offices. Therefore we shall find the Territory of Hawaii tinder alien oontrol because these people aro not assimilable; owe allegiance to tho Sllkado." Those who ngreo wholly with Senator PltEMX'rt views must, if tlio .Senate Judiciary Committee. lias hearings on tbo resolution) bq prepared to nnsw ppponents who will affirm that Ha. wall, using more Japanese than nny other class of labor, was never before BP prosperous nnd never be-fore c.- ported such a variety of products. Traction men before Swajjn In a new Inquiry. iveiespajier iJieadltne. Fortunately for New York the men who actually run the cars are a com petent, resourceful band. In these days of Investigation they get mlehty llttlo help from the harried managers of tho roads, who spend most of their time on tho witness stand. LEON DAUDET, The .Voir Star In the Political Flrina incut of France. To tur Koiton or Tub bun Kin Leon Onudel, who n few -nays ago mnile tho vltrlollo at tuck on Jules Bteeir, Minister of the Interior In the Mllleraml Govern merit, Is a new ntar In the political llr, mament of France, He Is ft modern Junius, Like Clemenccau, who ns Journalist bitterly nttacked everybody and everything, Daudct has risen to political power by nmdnhlnff lo a pulp with the mallet blows ot his pen a pow crful Government clique In France. lie, with the celebrated Clinrles Maur ran, who wlolds a gentler and moro pol lulled pen, Is ono ot the dlrccteuri poll tlqucs ot 1 Act Inn Francaitc, a Paris dally paper which during the war rone In circulation from 30,000 to 200,000, Daudet'd bludgeon bits rl&ht and left Ills.knovvlodgc, ot French politics and political Intrigues Is quite marvellous. Daudct Is tho son of Alphonse Baudot the French humorist and novelist. His uncle, bis father's brother, was distill gulshcd as n historian and. novelist Daudet thus, In n way, Inherits bis ptnO It was due to him, more perhaps than to any other ono man, that tho Calllaux Malvy conspiracy was' uncovered, Cle menccau nt first refused to believe. He was not at the tlmo on 'good terms with Daudct, who had hammered Clemenccau for his blindness In voting down pre narntory war expenses; but both men nro Intensely patriotic, itiul Clctnenceau, finally convinced by Daudet's proofs, rose In the Henato and denounced Malvy, Minister of the Interior nt the tliiic,n a traitor to IiIh country, That was "tho beginning of a ne,w day for Fiance; It was the turning point In the tide. A delay of thirty days would havo undo different history. It was Daudet who, two years beforo tlio war, published his book "IAvant Guerre," In which by a sort ot clalr voyanco bo olltllned tbo preparation ot Germany for war against France, show ing with a wealth of documentation and fact the Insidious laying of her stra tegic plpa1 lines In every quarter, polit ical, economic, educational and military, Daudet's exposure was met with derisive laughter. Kut Daudet kept hammering away In L'Actlon Franfnlae. Now he has been elected to the Cham ber from Paris, and bis maiden speech was a biting arraignment of Steeff, who was nt one time Minister of Public In- atructlon, and whoso selection for that office was believed by many In France to bavq been a part of Germany's com prehcnslve scheme for undermining tho Ideals of France. Evidently Daudct Intends to go on with his task. Ho Is an evangel of the new or rather the old spirit of France, C. I'. Connolly. East Oranoe, N. J January 30 Socialists mild at protest mettlng.- Making a virtue of necessity? Candidate.. Coolldte of Man. Says h. will. pan. Iewden at III. WIH try to (HI. Mitch Talmer evid.i, To pick the tpadea. Oov.rnor Cor, h. ! pl.ylng foiy. It.n Allan, tbla aeton, 'llai a Wpod-en tiprmlon. Hooven .till as a moune. Has, they .ay, a full House. That Tershlng bunch la nursing a hunch. Ole Hnn, no dub. Has a powerful club. Ill Johneon to date la playing It straight. Th. rrnldent atari. With a break In hearts. An TTHIUm J, Hush! HeMs a bebttll f.uiltl MititcK Uoft)i, CALHOUN'S TOMB. Testimony From Charleston That It Has Not Suffered Neglect. tiir Enimn op Tun Sn.v Sir.- What ever may be tho object or John v. Beekman's persistent effort to show In communications to you that the grave of John C. Calhoun in St. Philip's grave yard In this city Is obscure and neg lected, thero 13 no reason for a per vernlon of the facts. ' Judge Clearwater has already made a correct statement In bis communication to you, but Mr. Ileekinan returns to tho point with fresh misstatements. Calhoun Is burled In what is known s tho western graveyard of St. Philip's Church, which Is, as he says, opposite the church, on the west side of Church ftrect. It Is In the middle of the uiocn. not on a corner, as Mr. Peekman as m-Is. It Is not, as ho nays, enclored with a wooden picket fence. Tlio front, on Church street, has a high and hand some Iron fence, with a beautifully wrought gate. The fenco and gate arc probably seventy-five years old. The north and south ot the lot nrc bounded by brick walls and bulldlive. On the west tho burylns ground of the Circular (Congregational) Church is separated from It by a slight wire fence, the two lots practically merging. The western xraveyard H as much a part or the burying ground of St. Philip's parish ns Is the eastern lot, Immediately ad Joining tho church. It lias been in use for tho better part of a century anu iany of tbo oldest and best known citi zens or Charleston nave Dcen uuncu there. 1 The Calhoun tomb Is- a handsome structure. H stands about ten feet high, instead ot three or four, as Mr. ttahmali tnv. llA.snu' II. It Is bellCatll n splendid magnolia ee almost In tho centre of the graveyard, and may be lewed from the street. It Is perfectly preserved and has never In my recol lection- ot moro than thirty years been neglected The graveyard, like most old burying grounds, has, It Is true, a number of tombstones which should be reset, and It Ii not well gardened, but It Is not In an uncared for condition. Thero are many nanasoma iomo in ii, one of the most imposing being that of the lateColonel John C, Calhoun of New York, who, with his wife, Is burlarl In a plot near the spot where Ills great ancestor lies. i Mr. ISeckman refers to the marble slab which stands against tho wall of St. Philip's Church, marking in spot where the remains ot Calhoun were Interred during the lege of Charleston. The remains of Callioiln were placed there, without mark at the time, In fear pf his tomb beln-i desecrated by the enemy, then stowing at th gates of Charleston, the purpose being to cpnfsai them until the return of ptacejul times, when they should be returned to their resting place, 'mis was none Rno un tomb. as it now stands, was fr.eted by tho State of South Carolina ln,l$M, Judge Clearwater has already stated that n splendid, monument to Calhoun stands on Marlon Square, facing Cal houn street, one of the principal thor oughfares ot,tho city. This monument was erected with funds raised by the women of South Carolina. The preser vation of the funds through the war by tho late Amarinthlm Snowden of Charleston forms the fabric for one of the most striking of our stories of devo tion to patriotic memory. , T. It. Waking. Charleston, S. O., January 2S. MR, NUNSEY'S PURCHASE OF THE "NEW YORK HERALD," i "A drent Combination," fiom th IMton JltpnbHttn, In (he purchase, of Tun Sun and the lltraUl Frank A. Munsey has united two of the greatest newspapers ot tho world, The lleralil't shipping department and Its foreign news bureau wero features without parallel In any English printed paper, Tjiio Sun's editorial page, Its sporting news and Its stylo of wrlto up and make up of general news bad no equal, In combining tho two papers wa shall havo thceo Items' under ono root for one price, Many Individual features wo shall miss by this combination, That cannot bo avoided ; but on the other band the combination will undoubtedly give us tho greatest netvspnper In tuo conti nents when everything Is considered. CIVIC FEDERATION T.0 FIGHT SOCIALISM Will Ask Other Agencies (o Join in Thorough Exposure of Movement. HEVOLT PEIWTj DESCRIBED Labor Organizer Says llctl Wave Is Worso' in America Than in Ilussin. UNWRAPPED BREAD. A Complaint That Deliveries Aro Made In nu Unsanitary Manner. To tub EDiTon or Tim Sun Sir would like to add another suggestion to Dr. Itoyal S. Copeland's list of "Don'ts" to prevent tho spread of fn fluenza germs, and ot man others as" well. A custom which has been nllcm-ed, I am rorry to ray, to go on for yenrs In the city ot New York, nnd In fact all fiver tho country, and ns far ns I can seo wilt keep on unlets some law Is put Into effect to stop It, Is tbo unsanitary manner In which millions of uncovered loaves ot brend and rolls are delivered from tho bakers and grocers to tho con sinners. I have frequently senii men handle unn-rappeu loaves oi ore an carcicssiy while making deliveries, the bread being treated like so much kindling wood, and no precaution being taken to prevent Its exposure to germs, I have also seen unprotected loaves of bread lying on the wet straw In the bottom ot a giocer's delivery wagon. May I ask, when bread Is the most generally used article In the world and eaten every day by young nnd old, why It Is not the, larceat germ spreader thero Is If allowed to be handled In this un sanitary way? Can It not bo made un lawful to sell any bread or rolls that aro unwrapped? Such a law would pro tect the health ot the public. New York, January 30. N, A. P. "USE YOUR LEAD." One Way to Keep Ships From Run ulng Askoro on Long Island. To the Editor of Tun Sun Sir; A fe' years ago a big transatlantic liner' came ashore on the Great South Beach opposite Patchogue, It was good weather and the ship was under perfect control. The captain of the Coast Guard went on board and the captain of tho liner Invited him Into the chart room and ex plained how 'be had sailed over the same course from Nantucket Shoal light ship to Ambrose Channel lljlit on sev eral previous voyages and nil went well. Steamships well found and under full control are continually running ashore on the Long Island or the New Jersey beach. This can only happen by taking too many things for granted, by as suming too much. Perhaps the given Course Is not steered correctly; perhaps an unusual current sets the ship toward the beach. Such things can bo avoided by the use ot the ship's sounding lead, which always tells the truth but Is too often neglected.' In the days of the old sailing ships no ship came ashore with both anchors on tho bow and a dry lead line In the tub. No ship under full control can get ashore on tho Long Island or the New Jersey coast It the lead Is used, for the coast line runs off shore about a fathom to a mile, nnd there can be no mistake about It. "Mid storm, fog and snow, tho ono safe thing on board a ship Is the lead. Use your lead." Am.voTON II. Carman, Patchoolt, January 30. VOTES FOR WADSWORTH. T-noUns; Vorwnrd In Kanias. from Iki Columbui Adeecatt. The local county oSlclals can hardly trait until H" clock In the court house tower la put In running order, so they can hult work by It. . Trouble ot an Arkansas Householder, from ia Xtuptrt Inttptnitnt. Tour corrosponasnt -would like to have bis cotton picked, but his children are all too small and his fe won't pick It. An Ojark Atyieal to Clrlo Trlde. Tftn tht Walnut Hldpt Blade. Let every loyal man and woman take aelemn pledf. new not la dls until after the ctniui taker comei trouna. r Women Who Favor Ills Ileclft-tlon to tlio United Stales Senate. To the Editor of Tub Sun Sir: I nm amazed to bear a woman of the po litical acumen of Miss Taylor assert that not ono ot her sex will vote for Senator Wadsworlb. What If Mr. Wadsworth did oppose woman suffrage? It ho Is a valuable man to his party and I think he Is- Followlng a discussion In which every body seemed agreed that Socialism and IlolshevlBm uro tho eamo thing urn! In which ono7 ot' the speakers described them nnd tho I. W. W. as "tho miser able triplets ot destruction," tho Na tional Clvlo Federation decided yester day to ask other agencies to Join It in "a thorough study and exposition of tho principals, policy, tactics 'and objects ot tho Socialist movemont In this coun try," Till will bo undertaken on tho theory that If the people knew what Socialism really was they would purn It, Just ns Now Yorkers woald wnko up and do something If they know that dynamiters wero boring beneath tlio city to blow It up with dynamite. Tho Clvlo Federation, which closed Its nnnuut meeting nt the Astori nlso mado a massed,, attack on compuleory health Insurance. Samuel Uompcra was n leader In It. Almost the only defender was Frederick M, Davenport, .tho State Senator who is part author ot the Davenport-Donahue bill now In the Legislature. "It ban com to me recently," Mr, Gompera said, "that some person has de clared that Gompera has been won over lo compulsory health Insurance l havo already made my answer, which Is that I nm unalterably opposed to it," Ileal danger to America from the Iieds was presented nlcturesauoly by Peter . Collins, director gcnoral of the em ploymont nnd reconstruction Fcrvlco ot Ihe Knights of Columbus, Ho Is an electrician, Is nn organizer of tho Amer lean Federation of Labor and has trav elled 300,000 miles over the United States In the last eight years. Said Mr. Collins; "Weighing my words exactly. I make this statement; There Is more dancer of revolution, tiero Is moro Holshtvlsm to the squaro Inch In New York city and to tlio square foot In the United States than there Is In tho whole tremendous expanse ot tho Itusslan Soviet Federated Socialist Republic. This revolutionary propaganda Is belpg spread most Insidiously from two sources the so-called pink tea ph los- opherH of the parlor radical variety and the other type which wo may nronerly designate ns the wood plcohol prole tarians. And ns one having experience I ray that there I have less fear from tho wood alcohol philosopher than I have from tho parlor radical, for tho latter can got into centres tttat tho outspoken and unhypocrltlcal I. W. W. cannot enter," In presenting the federation's plan ror nn investigation of Socialism Dr. condo Pniien, who in ed tor of tho Cath otic Encyclopajdla. said that if the Les- Islature nt Albany had blundered In try ing to exclude tho five Socialist members It "was a happy blunder, for It has focussed attention on this monster." Dr. Pallcn said nn anny Intelligence officer told him the Government had a lift of parlor Socialists who are assist ing In revolutionary propaganda. To b'.'ii Dr. Pallen said, "Then why In Qod's name .is tlie list not published? Wo ant to know Who are Americans and who are not." Tho Intelligence officer replied, Dr. P.tllcn said, "God only nows; I don't. ' At itlui suggestion of XIrs. Jlenry A. wood ino leileiatlon adopted a The Sun Calendar THE WEATHER. Eastern Now Vork-Falr and colde, to-day, wl)h utrong northwest to nortv winds j to-morrow fair. rrl'f.w. Ir"," Fn 1 r ond colder to-dayi t"fr,r00wt7.'lf. nrthW,t', nor,h wlna"' , 'Xr'brn Now Kntlamt-Kalr and colder ii?.r n'wiVV". tron northweat to north winds; to-morrow fair, tn.Vu?.' "Zl,ray York-Fair and colder win,!.5,' .w,,lJL ,r,h. northwest to north winu.j to-morrow fair. WASHINGTON, Jan. 50,-Illch prenure nre extreme Canadian NortUweil, w h the Vre.t nortlieau ot Laku Superior, an. as a mult 'Stat. ?Uwh.8i.' o" tt"(1 '" "? north 1'fl" , f "'.'."re there wtrn rains, .and in tlm land, where them were, hrht snow. II is roil Wl esolutlon asking the Government- to publish the list. A. W. Klleforth, formerly Lieutenant n tho Anitrlcan Military Intelligence Service In Itutsla. said there was no doubt that the Holshovlsts were out for world domination, nnd that their com- mlssara frankly told him, "Wo will pread the revolution over Europe and then wo will get America." All officers of the federation were io. elected. Including Alton U, Parker, presi dent; feamuci uompei-B, v ce-nrcs dent : Ralph M. Kasley, chairman of the execu tive council. would vote for him and so would the manr women whose opinion I have asked on this point. i And too I want to say that I know only one woman who would vote for Mr. Hoover. I lyive worked continually with women for four years trying to solvo the problem ot proper nutrition under the overwhelming disadvantages we have had Imposed-on us by our food muddlers, and now It Is suggested to us that we glvo our highest honor and- most re sponsible position to the ono who hns bce chiefly responsible for our diffi culties! All honor to Mr. Hoover for bis splen did work in Belgium, but let us elect nn American with nil that Americanism must mean for our President. AN American Woman. New York, January 30. Wis Taylor's Prediction Denied. To THB EoiTop or Tub Sun Sir: I ee. by Tim Sun of January 25 that Miss Kathlten Taylor says all of her sex. will oppose Senator Wadsworth In Ills fight for reelection. She makes great mistake. All of her sex will not oppose him. I would like to see thjj published. Brooklyn, January 30. Mrs. Reese. $3,200 IS PAID FOR FRENCH CABINET Good Prices Rule at Sale of Brown Collection. but ll tt! ur?ih. We,t W"pWiiref chinwH put little, with the exception of ra n Satur. day and probably BundaV In the RouUieaVt reiloii. tha weather wilt be fair Saturday ValXv ami w.r ,8fUm,S)r '"m tha Ohio warmer Sni.?L 'f H" rlon a.itwardt and iiiJL fE"'.. m.?rm wamln. era ill.. look n j1 "At',nt e C0Mt ty V iiooic, n, j., to Prorincotown. Mass i, . v).ary norlhvreH storm wanilnis ioVo t- m Observations at Unlt.d states wnw nuieau stations, .takon at I I' Jt y.,,,Jdsr OTcmy-flJth meridian time; ye"rdr. rr. n.lnfall Jllsh.Lour. ometer. lira. Weather. It u.. ... - . - Slllllnni Abllens.,, Aiuony Atlantio cily.. Iiolttmore,, ulamarck Ilosion Ilufialo 1 Charleston Chle.eo t;lndnnall., ClKVIaml Uenver... I",'.'.'.' us Os veston co Helena 40 Jacksonville..,, tit Kansaa City.,,. 6 lf AnreUj,... - Milwaukee a- New Orleans... ft Oklahoma City u fh ladelphla,., M itlsburs- u Portland. Me... 31 gPfn. 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M 13 M... Dickens's Appreciation of Himself. To thb Editor or Tim Sun Sir: That Dickens was fully cognizant of tha re ception his writings would reqelvo from many persons la shown by the follow- tig quotatlens from his unaries Dickens edition of "Martin ChUMlewIt": "What is exa-jgcratlon to ono class ot minds and perceptions Is plain truth to an other." And "I havo never touched n character precisely from tho life but some counterpart of that character has Incredulously asked me; 'Now, really. did I ever really see one like It?'" And "All the Pecksniff family upon earth are quite agreed, I believe, that such a cliaractcr as Mr. Pecksniff Is an exag geration and that no such character ever existed." if. Chuzzuswit. BRlARCiiry SIanor, January 30. A Short Grai. Pessimist. from (Is Great Bihi Trtbvn, The best wish's ot a Vost of friends and relatives wilt follew them In their sojourn dawn bi stream ot lite, aaUlpr as they III tl la that somewhat storfi toned, easily upstt bsrre A sixteenth century French cabinet, one ot the gems of the Drown collection of antiques, was sold yesterday nt tho American Art Association' to Jl, U. Parke, agent, for f 3,300. Tho cabinet is of richly carved walnut and is orna mented with rows of carved figures. Mr. Parke alFO gays $1,100 fop No. 237, two pairs of Uothlu portieres of tho samo period. W, R. Ilearn bought No. 214, a set of antique velvet hangings, for $2,000; No. 230, a Mt of Italian velvet lambre quins, and No. 32S, a Flemish triptych, wie iips (;ompnuy gave $1,400 for No. 35S, a Flemish laptsty panel, and $4 CO iui .o. zoo, a ssventeenlli century tap Cktry. Ii c. Dltcherhnir pld 11.575 for No. 3S7, nn antique Persian rug. and $420 for No. 2S5, a dark blue Persian rug. aiies Julia ltyla gave $660 for No. un, an Italian chest ot drawers: $3G0 jor ,,o. i,o, a Chinese rug, and $650 for No. 225, eight strips of early Vreaeh embroidery. Maurice Feeman paid $510 far Np. 250, an antique silver standlne cun. (leorgr II. Stevenson bought No. 277, a. Chinese rug, for $390 ; No. 27S, a Cau casian rug, for $4j0, and No. 27S. a Caucasian, for $460. A. C. Crocker paid J3IU for No. 2S2. a Persian ruir. nnd F. L. fiootlwln Suva $330 for N'n. a reman rug. no igiai nir me aiternonn wn-i SH.H5.50, making a grand total of ao,3Z3. The sjua continues to-day SALON INDEPENDANT IS OPENED IN PARIS 6,000 Paintings Representa tive of Advanced Schools. I'ARis, Jan. 30. The snnual Salon Indent ndant Is now In progress at the Orand Palace of (h Champs Klysees, wiUi somo six thousand paintings on exhibition .and large crowds In attendance. The organization of Inde pendent artists Is made up mainly of nrtiits outside the tw,i old organization long Identifiedwith French art, amt rep resents soma o( Hie more advanced schools of Impressionism and cubism. It Is only of Iflto years that tho "Jnde pendnnts'' have gained a place In the (Jrand Palace, where the tlrand Salon ot tlio older organization Is held. One of the notable pictures of the present enhlblliou Ii tlm "Splendors of the Trench," by Albert Morerau, .which connoisseurs believed should find a place at the Luxembourg gallery. "Thi Bathing Olris,' by Andre Ftavory, also attracts marked attention. Tha cubists pre strongly represented, nnd the ptrangenecs and vlvljn.ss of their de signs nr the source of much amused comment by tk,, crowds. 31 - n n in 1 13 MW " 33 Hlrhfst temperature, 43. at 4:16 p. M Loweet temperature. z2. at l A, SI Average temperature, ::. ' EVENTS TO-DAY. at 11 A. Jf, nan, M?J",G.?,aI MukerJI, rs. Ow.n Ktldar. t. .1' LU .r tllB H.v. A, B. Moss will .'. mi. ciui: at Th, WaidVfXorU?".; rtNjD"uv,!V',.ni.liJi,Ec,u" on "Freneh at ihr, ii.u f,,.th' K'Mt.enth Century," V. si. Mctrofollta Museum of Art, at I Francta tnrriu .(,, i ....... ?hir-nMv; oni Kiu, y.r: .Metropolitan Hufeum pf Art, t B P. M, Senutom lnlnilavir nn.l Smith, James Hamilton Lewi, and James H?ra.r" are announced aa the suesta of the Society of Uio (Juneae. at Iti annual '"."j" ' Hotel Commodore, at 8:'u r.J.'.'.Hn'IL1 bs tt Jll"rj concert and bull reoturlng tho openlns of tha 1930 SHlltoii Dollar Annual nnnm. ran.n.i.K i. Hrooklyn Federation et Jewish Charities, at tho Hotel Pennsylvania, 7 P, M. Franklin n. Itoosev.lt, Assistant Secre tary of the Navy, will address tha lunch.ou rorum of the, Brooklyn Chamber of Coin- meri'3 On "Tho Xuvv of Tn.mnrr..- " rn, and Itcjnsen etreete, Brooklyn. 1 P. M. Symphony Orchestra, conducted lyDal I Mannts, toncert, Stotropolltan iluseum uf Pr. Warner Sfarchanrf nn i'Tva.. .r Ani mal Oriranlzatlon Kchlnoderms: .Senii , nnd UadUl Types," auspices of Die People's Se houl of Philosophy, .Manhattan Trade l-ehgol Aiidllorluin, lKlngton avenu. and 'I neniy-scfoncl Btreet, :15 1'. Jl, .Natlunnl Itepubllcan Club, subjects for ot rnatrlmonr non-parlliiaii Saturday dl.emslon metlns: "IVndmit .Military Legislation" and "Unl- e'.-iji .uimiiry nuining a I'art nf tha Na tlonal Polio"; apenh.ra will be Penator Wadsworth, laJoi-(ien, O'Jtyan, Col. Will uni J. Donovan and Major Tompkins Mc llvalne, it Wejt Fortlsth street; lunch.eii, t 1.15 P. M.j speaking sterta at 3:10 P. M. Iljion lie Cartter lie Slarchlenne, Helctan Amb.iKsador to the United ftates, will re view tho Twenty-third Infantry Regiment of the- New York tiuard at tho armory of tho regiment, Iledford and Atlantic avo nues, Urookln, 8:30 P. Al. Kugen. llbney,s director of reereation eentrf, will lecture on the "fc'erloua Func tion of Play," au-plces of the Cultural I'lub, Central Institute, 12S Hast l'.mnu liltli street, thH evuulnx. HrlK.-Con. Charles A hit- Berry, Adju-taiit-Genornl Lot New ork State, Ill re-i view thn Sfxty-nlnth Infantry Iteg)ment, New York Guam, at ine armory nf t.iy li-Klinent, SS Islington avenue, S40 P. M. Unrestrle led public ssl. of anliqim ami laoUein fuml-ilngs and embellishment. Including old Flemish tnpeotrlea, removed from the reldenc of h late Th.itchnr M. Adams, under tho management of tha AmcTkan Art Aesoclatlon, 0 Hast Tenty thhd Etreet, 2;30 P. M. West Side V. Jl. C. A., International 1 1 1 lj 1 a cists lessons, conduatsd by V. H. Btearns. 8:45 P. M. Pi Higma Sorority, luneheon, Hotel F.nn eylvaulu, noon. Jlelppolltsn Life Insuranc. Company, ineeline luncheon. Hotel Pennsylvania, U A. Jl. Inof Hill Hospital Alumni, dinner, Hole! Commodore, this evening. Westchester County Banker. Associa tion, dinner, Hotel Commodore, this evo-i"g- The Castle Alumnee, luncheon, Waldorf Astoria, 1 P. Jl. New ork Consumptive Relief League, ilanef, Wntdorf.Astorla, S P. Jl. Ofjlnlpg Hei,),il, reunion, Wajilorf. As toria. l.P. t. Delta Alpha Phi Sorority, dsnee. Wa'- dprf-Aslnrla, fl P. Jl, Heettel of pupils or Jos.f celnr. Wx dorf-Aatnrla, M P. M. Civ o Chester of the Eastern Star, mu- slcale and dance. Hotel McAlpin, 8 P. M Alumni of Teaeiier. Institute, dance. Hotel SIcAIpIn, S P. Jt. .national onier pr itevisw, lun.heon, llutel .McAlpin, 1 P. Jf. Pershing Club Orchestra, danc. Hatel MeAlpli. S P Jl. Kappa Psl Society, luneheon and bridge. Hotel .McAlpin, I P. Jt. Gruirun House reunion, luncheon. Hotel McAlpin. 12:30 P. M. Cat holla Puhllshsrs. meetlnr and din ner. Hotel Aslor, " p. SI. StetropoUUn Llf. Insurant. Company, dinner. Hotel Astor, 7 T. Jl. Itadcllrro Club of New Tork, luneheon. Hole! Aslor, 1 P. M. I leveiaml nemocratlo Dinner. Hotel As. tor. 7:30 P. Jl. Rumanian Aid Socket?. Jinf. iint.i A-lor. 8 P. Jt. ' Knights of Pythias, dinner and dance. Hotel Astor, 8 P. M. PUBLIC LECTURES TO-NIGHT. "Constantinople and tho Dardenelloi ." by Harry C. Ostrander. American Jl Muslim. fiventy-eei-enth atreet nnd Central Park West. Illustrated. "Our Ureal Federal Risen-. Banking Byst.m." tr PfPf Jame. Walter Crook, coop.r Institute, Eighth street and Fourth avenue. Current History." by Prof. JVelian P Msd, New York Library, 003 West 143th atreet. ( 711 lletfun 1 f L . I I . . ljMBBMMMBaMissssssssssMMi ms&2? .: -.SSSmSST!L.