Cleveland, May bü. - ALthough a few of the famous Americana who are on the programme of the first great convention of the National Municipal league have not yec appeared the meetines began with a jood acteudanco prospectfor a profltable interchange of ideas. Seoretary V'oodruLf read a paper on the yenr's work for municipal reform, and papers on the progress of the work were read by James W. Pryor, of New York; J. A. Butler, of Milwaukee; Charles J. Bonaparte, of Baltiniore, and others. The old officers were re-elected.