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BATVRDAY, OCTOIU3K 5. 1012
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THE CALIFORNIA OUTRAGE.
Under tlie ternis of nn inlquitmis pri?
mary electlon law tlu: K#--.;il>lic:ms of
Callfornia have been deprired of tbe
rlght to vote for tbe Republican party'*
oandidates foc Pt-t-dent and Vlce
President. Supporters of the national
candidates of another party, having got
control of the Republican niachinery.
have used lt to exclude frnni tiie otll
clal baliot nomlnees for elector pledged
to Taft and Shennan. The tlme hav?
lng passed for flling by petltion an
independent Taft nnd Shennan tlcket,
the Republicans of the state aro left
completely plundered and dlapoeeeaaed.
The only way ln which thoy can sup?
port the"national tlcket -will be to wriie
the names of thirteen candidates foc
elector ln the blank space on tlu
The Supreme Court of Callfornia bM
unanimously decided that under tbe
law no reinedy exists for the theft of
the Republican column on the offlcial
baliot by the supporters of Booaerelt
and Johnson. Rut the court. tbrough
Its Chief Justice, who dellvered the
oplnion, felt obMged to eopdemn the
law aa unfalr and oppresslve. Said
, Chlef Justice Beatty: "It d-ffran
"chlses absoluteiy the voters of this
"state and deprives them of the free
"exercise of their functions u l|ld_
"pendent voters." Yet the eourt could
not flnd a way out. The dtofranchlae*
ment, it held, was "not justiiial'le"
morally. but it was "the law," and tbe
court was obUged to reepect tlu* plaln
lnandate of the I.e.islature.
Although defeated in their suit the
RepuMii'an manag-f- havo nevertlx
less won a gratifying nnd useful vic?
tory in eUdtlng ? Judldal declaratfton
which puts thi fecetreri of the atolen
goods forever on the defensive. lf thi
national caiuijdatos of the Progreealre
1 at-ty are wiliiuir to he the benefldartea
of legalized robhery in Califontia thej
will have a hard time sqiinrin;* them*
selves in that state and in nll the other
6tates with those who believe in the
"square deal" ln poUt-Ca, The hlgbeat
court ln Ciilifornia baa declared "im
justiflable" tbe manipulat-on bj whlch
Republican eandidates for elector hare
been kept off the Republican tlcket
If Colonel Roosevelt and Governor
: Johnson ean stoop to condone ? sharp
practice wnose fraudulent lntent ls eb*
vlous to everybody their lofry profea*
eions of pottt-C-J virtue and s<>clal jus?
tice will havo to be abandoned. They
are seeking to profit by ? defective
and oppresslve stntute. whlch if ap
plied agalnst them would certainly ex
cite their most t-avage censure.
Is it with them only a matter of
whose ox is gored? The public every -
wbere will think it is if they niako no
protest against recelvlng the support of
electors runningon I Republican ticket
and displacing from the offlcial baliot
an equal number of loyal Bepubllcana.
The moral sense of the natiun will re*
1 volt against those who knowingly
' profit by fraud, as well as thoso who
actually practise lt_
"Tlie engineer's fault." say the dls
patches regardiug thelatest wre<*k upon
the New Haven Railroad. Bo was the
eimilar fatal accident a year ago npon
tho same road, when another train was
wrecked trying to take a erossover at
high speed in violatiou of rules, "the
engineer's fault." So there will he
other aceidents which will be "the en?
gineer's fault" In the future. There is
not any room for disputo ln thla tvpe
of aceidents about whose the tBHDedlate
fault is. And there will he little profit
ln flxing the responslbillty lf the rail-1
roads feel that a proof that their ?
have been violated ubsolves them and
if they do not set about roducing the
possibillty of passengers kMftng their ?
lives through the engineer's faolt
What has the Now Haven Railroad
done since the accident of 1911 to prO*
vent Its repetltlon? Has lt any i
tlve system for dlscotering and pun-sh
lng vlolations of Its rules for the safety
of Its passengers by its employes? If
lt does not enforce its ordura against
taklng crossovers at exeesslve ipeed
and assumlng other forMdden r___e|
regularly and systematically the real
responslbilify for the loss of life must
rest upon it. Moreover, are its crOM
overs as safe as crossovers used for
express service by trains travelling at
hlgh apeed and expected to adhere to
a sch-dule should be? It was CC_0-]
monly Baid that the crossover at which
the earlier wreck occurred was too
The rallroads must reduce the dan?
ger from tlie human fhCtOf bj maltt*
talning better disciplUne. by dolng away
as much as fwssihie wlth the neeei Ity
for depending upon can tlon among
traln operatives and by ad<>ptin_ tuto
matlc devices which prevent the dis
obedlence of rules and the Mgled of
neceaaary cautiou. They are slow in
maklng travel as safe as lt mlght be.
The 111 i 111y ot Pteel CRfl has been shown
more than o_c_ Had the wrec ? nJ cars
ln tiiis insl iore8 baaa tnade ot Bteel tba
_t_TOTB Of liro would h.nve heen atuMed
8iKl probablj boom I1T88 would bart
ANTI-BOSS WAR GAME OVER.
The anti-Mun-hy BtBBBOfl Ifl <>v.r. Fhe
oewspapera wblcb carry on a Bham bai
tle Bgainal tba boa- ezcepl Jusl before
electlon are dow turning in aod belplng
to eled tbe boea'a tickei and Btreogtheo
? old upon tbe Btate, Ooi nelghl or
"Tbe Worid" baa forgotten all aboul
its "Declaration of liRSepe-de-ee*1 la
aued on September 7. "The Worid"
"will not Bnpport ;i candldate for Qot
"ernor wbo Ib not arowedly antJ-Tam
??iiKiiiy," ir then Bssefted In douMe
leada. To-day it is Bopporting a candl?
date fbr _-Y4_"_or who uot ..uly is oot
;iiiti-Tiiiniii:iny Imt flfho bRI b880 ?*
Tfenunany oflleeholder all bla daya and
is an arowed apbolder of tbe Tammany
ryetem of uslng pnbllc offlce i<> take
c.'ire uf the organltation "workms."
The derU or the Rep_bllcRn_--ll la the
aome thlng -take good gorenuneol a id
lot us DenMcratfl bore tbe good offlcas,
? "The Worid's" candldate for Gori
?'.Murphy must go," decUtrea "Tho
Worid," laanlng the Btandlng order of
the Bham battle. Aud lt proceeda to
make blm co i?y Bfjpportlng an oot and
<mt Tammany man nomlnated by a
conrentlon of Murphy puppeta, who iias
oot dlsarowed Murphy and will not dis
arow blm, and by belplng to elect along
wlth blm ;i lol of Murphy ofDceholdera
wbo bare contrlbuted to make tbe
preaenl admlolatratlon a stench in tiu*
Doatiibi of decent peopla
Whlle tho ahaa hnttlo wns rncrlii*
there waa an scrimoniooa dlaputa be
tween "The World*1 and The Anaerl
<'.'iu" as t<> whleh waa tho generallasii io
of the mlmlc forcea?aa to whleh
roared loudest agalnat Murphy oat of
the campalgh aeaaon nml belped moal
raltantly ln the electlon of his ticket
when ihe war game waa orer. Tho -i;<
cuaalon wns unseemly ;in>i rulnoua <<>
mllltary dlsdpllne, but lt is happUy
over. -Tho World'' and the _U__?t
newspspera now lle d<.\wi together ln
tha Murphy canrp. Nelther can twit
the other open the company thej ara
both keeplng, at leasl oot until tbe war
game begli i anew, say aboul December
1, when lealousy aa to wblcb la tha
greater Bham flghter may rend once
more the embattled boats of the mlmk
"onoiny." "Tho _merican'' sbowa more
enthualaam orer Its return to camp
than doea "Ihe World," but then The
Aiiin-i-'iiii" in its eagerneaa to be gen
erallaslmo of those playlng war dld not
po so far ns to aay thal it would never
aupporl ;i candldate for Gorernor
wns nol "arowedly antl-Tammany."
"Tho Tlmea," t...>. ns. In 1910; wlll
,1oiu for tbe next couple of montha In
tho flght agalnal Tammany whlch i*
belng conducted nnder tho leadershlp
of "Murphy, tbe great anU-bosa
who, wiih n aelf-reonndation thal al
- tho v.-ir.-s i,f n!i tbe generala
nnd colooela of the Bham "enemy" wlth
tears, kept his banda o*r whlle the
Democratlc conrentlon nomlnated for
Gorernor the Tammany Congreaaman,
zor. Boon tlioy will nil i-o dlscoreting
rlrtoea ln thelr leader, The Worid"
ls already Btartlng the proccaa II la
sure thal nothing became tho beea ilke
his beharlor 81 -yracuae, harlng al
ready forgotte- bla admlrable beharlor
.-it Rochmter in 1010. "A boaa,'1 it aaya,
"wbo knowa when to abdlcate is r->t
always an Bsa.*1 Assl We shi uld Bay
not. _ ho<-- w!:o haa Bucb "enemles"
ns "Tle World..I*ho Tim"s." "I be
rlcan" nnd Gorernor Wllaon and
usos them so akllfully i> no aaa. The
"\ i-'tory" is slwayfl tliolrs. Us fr. tj
aro always hla
THE TROUBLES OF TURKEY.
There can be llttle questlon that it,
is to tbe adrantage of botb Italy nnd
__rkey to comp rae thoir dlfferedcea
and conclude peace without fnrtber <ie
lay, Tii<- presumptlre terma ;iro about
nil that Italy could e_i*-ect, no matter
liow long Bbe contJnued tbe Btruj
Tbua fnr ber war agalnal Turkey bai
been popular nt bofiie, acarcely a rol w
belng ralsed against it; bul there bare
been Indlcatlona that Ihe nation la ba*
glnnlng to regard its costs and hur
dena ;it least aa doaaly aa its proapeo
tivo proflts, and to conclude tbat it
would be well to **take the cash and
lat the credll go" by making Immedlate
peace on the basla <?f whal mlghl now
i.o aecured. Moreorar, In ? flghl for
ilfe between Turkey snd the Balkan
rtatea Italy*! tateresta would ba large
Iy on tbe fllde of Turkey, because she
v.iints nt leasl ;i part of Alhania and
knows thal there would be little. if
any, Chance Of hor gettlng it now, riulit
npon the beel* of ber aehrare of Trlpoll
and Cyrenaics in the face of _.nstro
Hungarlan, sorvinn snd Greek giaed to
possess ir. 11-r Durnoaa would bebet*
tor sorved by I irtjetp0_4*__e_t Of the
partltionlng of Turkey.
it wouid obrioualy ho to Turkay'fl
great adrantage te be rid of lior
trouble with Italy before plunglng into
n Balkan war. There need be llttle
ioar of her Buffering i"^*1 of pfistlge or
forfeJtlng the loyal attachment of her
troops by yleldlng t<> Italy In TripolL
That loss hns already been d-KOunted,
nnd lt will siniji'y tnnko tho Osumnll
ti^oopa tho more eagar t<* wraak thoir
rengean-eon another foe. ln i Balkan
war Turkey would Qma flnd dlstrac
tion from her defeat ln Africa nnd ro
anlte ber aoldlera and hor rj44*ople in _
fron/.y Of patfaO-S-L Alrondy it is nh
\ i-nis tbal a campaign against tha Bal?
kan itatea, antl partieularJy agalnal
most'hated Bulgaria, would ba taa*
mensely popular, and we may expect
to soo tha Turks of aU Bhadaa <?f poMt
Ical opinion rallylng to the stsjadard <J
blam ns they bare not dona bafora in
There bare, ladeed, been cionr lnti
niiiti'.ns (br aotne time past of a com
poBura of (actional dlfferencea in Tnr* '
key ami an Incllnatlon of the people to
unlta in what iu;iy ho tho in*.| stand -if
tho Turks in Europe. It muSt he re
memherad tbat X-rkay has now ba>
Come, for tho tirst th_8 in _8T hlstory, a
European rjonatltutlona] power toetaad
of the Asiatir deapotism of former I
feara Tbe questlon to be dadded Is
whether this new status will avail to
save her from an application of tht
"bag aad baggage" policy which all
Bnrope besSdea has had ln view foi
her. In that IWpOCt Ihe war whlch
now seena to l"' beglnnlng will bi rad
Ically dlfferentJated froan tll wt_e_
bare preceded it. If Turkey loee.
tbere may be nn Iminedlate end of Um
Creacent in Bnrope, whiie if ihe wlw
she may beoome natnral_-ed, after all
tbeae centuriea, and as mncfa ? Bnro*
pean power as tha other great Asta-h
emplre al tbe nortb. Wlth aucb laanei
bi -take, we may expect tbe Turks t<
make a resolute stainl; and that tls-'t
Ing race lu'ver fighta Letter than when
it baa thrown away the a-cabbord ol
the -ctmltar and stanils with its back
tn tbe wall.
The "stand pat" _-_C___l Of tlu* i-ay
nor type in Newark, N. J- Who ra_e
agalnst any attempta to auppren rics
Rttd crime as assaulta upon "the fair
tune of the city," have just recelred a
dlsbeartening blow from no leaa an an*
thority than the Chlef Juatice of tbe Su?
preme Conrl of ihe state. a llttle time
ago varii.iH puMle-epirited cltUena pro*
tcsted to the local goTernment that
rlce and crime were becomlng abock*
Ingly rampant In nnmerona laJoonaand
public dance balla, parttenlarly in the
rurrupti.in of children of both aexee.
(if course th,' Mayor and pollOO nu
tboritlea Indlgnantly denled if. and
their ever iaithful chocua denonnced
the "meddleaome and prnrlent cruead*
rl-" who were '?libellim. the oiiy." de
claring that Newark waa one of the
most rirtuoua and orderly oommnnltlea
thi- side of Ctopia.
This week, however, Ihe Chlef Jus
tii'e took occaatoB t-> charge tbe grand
jury. It was a supplementary and
special charge. for that bodj bad al?
ready been at wnrk on other liu.tters.
He OZplalned to the jurors that he
bad said nothlng about these cbargea
earlier for the reaaon that he wanted
personaily to Inreatlgate them before
dolng so." Then, liter rebearsing the
cbargea of abomlnable condltlona, be
s:ibl: "I am entirely sati-'!':cd that
"these condltlona do exisl t.. a certaln
"exi.'iit wblcb canni-t i.splalned ex*
-,.. pi on ihe theory tbat thoae who are
"lu charge "f tbe enforcemenl <>f ihe
"law have 1.n derelld in their duty."
???>?. chlef justice added aoi
the* remarka whlch are to he conv
mended to thoae who boM tn tlu* Gay
norlan theory thal tbe police are t<>
tal;.. cognlaanoa of only what i- thrust
npon -T brongbl to tbelr attention by
coroplalnanta, and that the supreme
duty nf all is in in'.-' rternal
sppearance of decency. it doea not do
f.,r the police 1" say that they did imt
h> ow of tbe ?? things, be aald. "It is
"t'.i'ir l'U-ii eaa '?> know them it is
"their buslnesa t" aee that tbe law is
. ,',i snd tliat thoae a bo eiolate
?i: are punlshed. it is nol enough
"that when public sentiment btcomes
"aronsed they ahall ko tu tha keepera
"of thoae placea that bate permttted
"vice to flourlsb in the commonity and
"say, 'Now, y< d haTe |Ol te go b-ou:
'?yOU have got t.? stop thls f,,r :i
"That is nol wliat they are thera I
it may i>" that Bla Honor tbe Mayoc
of New Torh will i.e ready t.> quote
Eplctetus, Arlatophanea and Harcna
Anrelius to prore that tl.e N_w Jersey
Chlef Justice ha- bh bead "etnffed
witb rtee and iriim." bnl we Imaginc
tbal moe! rlght thinklng men will wleh
tbat the judge'a rulea rather than tbe
liayor'a preralled in New forh as well
as in Newark.
whlle the Democratic state Conren*
tion'a pralse of l-immany'a tlnkering
with the electlon Utwa hy the notorlooa
Levy amendi lenta aml the '-Urecl prt
iiiai-y" meaaure atlll resonnds, the Court
nf Appeala has dedared onconstltu
tional another Important featore of
tliat work. That araa the attem* I
th.. conrl terma li f<? prereot -??rit;__:
fnr Independent candldatea hy reipiir
Ing a prohlbltlTe nnmber of aignaturea
tu petitiona requeatlng that their names
gu im the baliot Tha old law attpu
lated that an Independent candidate
t'ur th.- Assembly nfclghl have hls name
plaoed on ii..- Bleouon Day ballol hy
flllng a petltion with B00 algnera;
candldatea for Congress, the state gen*
ata and oonnty ofllcea by ftling petitiona
witii 1,000 nani's attacbed. Thla of*
f. r, .j too much "iT >rtunlty for o| po?
sltlon to a rerired aml trinmphanl De*
mocracy, and ln 1911 tbe Legislature
Increased the requlrernenta t.. s<*) and
1^000 names. Moreorer, the Beld from
which to obtaln aignaturea wns _ar*
I'oweii in two reapecta a rote. who
siL'ned an Independent p.'titt<>n must
reglater ur th" aignature could not he
1; and no sigmiture of an en*
rolied party voter could bo countel if
tbe candidate nominated hy petltion
should ba then nr theraafter the __<__?
tiee of a jiolithal party fur tlu* same
The Court "f Appeala baa npheld the
cniiteiitlon that the chan_e in number
rif aignaturea requlred araa nnfalr.
"Such a requiremenl simeks tha aenea
"of justice," t^ays tlie oplnion, "and
"compela tta* concioaton that the
"atatuts waa Intandad as ? prohlbitlon."
Therefore, in view of the small num?
ber of rotera ln aome rnral counties,
the court not only opboida tlie argtt
meiits of the ProgreaaiTea and the de
cision of the Appellatfl Idvision on
ilils polnt hut goea further. It !i'tu
iiiiv laglalatae. and the ProgreaaiTea
wiii benellt by thla action nf the court
The AppeUate Dirlslon merely set back
the tiimres to the riN-uireiiieiiis of the
law as it exlsted before l-unmany's
ftetA distorteil it. The Court of A|>
[n'ais ii\'s ;i raqu_r_a_ent nf B00 names
for an Indepaodenl noniinatiun fur
rniigieaaiiHin. coonty offlcers, Bcmafora
md Jnattoea nf the Supreme Court, as
iveii as Aaaemhlymen This wiii per*
init the !'ru_rc.--ives to accuniulate the
Moeaaary aignaturea aml file the petJ*
tioiis for tbelr noiniiiees ln .-mail COUIt*
Tlius in three Important [iruvisiuiis
rammauy's work on the electlon law
ms baaa declared mld by tha Court of i
ippeala and not only torn from tba
mdy uf statute law Imt starnped us ani
tttemptad oppr-eelon of the rotera fof
he heiielit of :i few pracucal pulill-j
?ians. It is forMinate for tlie vot.rs'
hat thls new deci_lou hua come at thh>|
time. to remlnd them of the mendaoity
I and the amog hypoeri'-y which can brag
of such dOtOga as "reforms."
NOT SO MUCH LIKE CLAY.
Dlspatpbea from Indiana report that
only tiie stipeiior knowledire of a tele
gnpboperatorpraTentad Oorernor wu*
aon'a sendlng i telegram of congratn*
latiun |Q "the II.ui. Henry Clay Sul?
zer." There was a tlm.- when the pre
ent Democratic nominee tor Oorernor
tbongbl it adTanUfaom to capltaltu
Ua reaemblance in rtaagf to Benry
Clay, and Mr. Wii-on's Impreeelona nf
our Kast side atateaman aeem to date
from that perlod. In racent years,
huwever, the .Man Who LOOka Llke
Clay has cume to put mu-'li less atreaa
.rn thai ILattering dmilitnde. Parbapa
ii got tn he a eaaa of "Why drag in
CiayV" In an intervhw since his nom
inatton Mr. Bulser has laforaied tha
WOrid that in Washiti-fnn he is eon
sldered by many experta to boid the
?third must Importanl poat ln the fed*
,.::ii goeenunent" Flral comea the
l'l-.'sident. according to that calcnla*
liun: then tbe Bpeaker of the EEooaa of
Bepresentat-res, aml then the chair?
man ut' the HOOOO Cmmittee Ofl V'ov
elgn Affaira, Under the dicnmatancaa,
lt may BOW he as much to Clay's credit
that be looked Uke Sulzer as it used
to be to Sulzer's credit that he lookad
ln the same Interview there ls a Char*
acterlstlc Sulserism which abowa that
tiie reaemblance between our Baat Slde
tribune "f the people aml the foremoet
leader Of the Whlg party has never
gone very far beueath the surface.
Analyzing his senaatloiia nn recelrlng
tbe nomlnation at Byracuaa, Mr. Bulser
iiaively said: "I want to feel that just
"the fact of my nninination has made
"hundreda of tbouaanda of poor hearts
"happy" Henry Clay was a popnlar
Idol In bla day. Deeply bated by his
oppouenta, ba inaptred b_i aupporten
With almost fanatical dcvotlon. The
bonora ba won made bundreda of thou*
sanda of Americana bappy. Bnt it is
ini|nissihle to ima.-ine Henry Clay Sul
serlslng aboul hlmaelf in auch auper*
mannlab teahlon. Clay was all rlght
in his way, but in many reapectl be
fell abort of sui/.er._
Tho .-olonel man-iKH hls own cani
for electlon in linM-with hls
baeh earefully turned toward tho coi
. ? -
?y to my party la honorab'.y dls
? ; .\. rt!".- I ':t
If be had fl. rve.l the people half *U?
falthfully as he aerred Murphy he
mlght n"t now be neglected und uione.
Oorernor Hadley r.e-rv b-.i-orno." rr
o/ijcio nn andealrabla cittz.en, a tool of
corrupt lntere-its. a member or
? Ananbu Club aad a malefaotor ???*
grt '.t praalth. And he mlght ?o easiiy
bars been, uke ninn, a pure aad dle*
Intan ted i?. trl--t. bltent on makln*
thla cout.try a hett.*r piaca for hl. chil?
dren to Kicw up ln.
?T'n yo'i mftn that y..-i want to ?lve
. t< waa i -<.'i
? t.. ? . lnto that," l.o
. nf hli hat. I "Im
i. . I tervtaa arttli Mr.
-arant to ko into that. rfeUber*do his
ars, who have i sen
ting for the orerthrow of Murphy
now wakly aCOept hls rule.
Blght woman of New Rochelle hare
ted to pnni h tb [r busbaads f r
orertndulgenea in politlcal ahsaneea
from home bv golng f-nniplnt? untll
r electlon. a rereraal of tne male
? ? tnent that tho eota would take
woman out of tbe boata,
Bmpley Pr Wilson. Ha can't rr.ake you
worae?Oorernor llarsl ali
Bot if the aoup honaa <iiet of the laat
Democratic administration agreeg wlth
Pnor Governor Dlx! He has the sat
lafaotlon of knowlng thal h?> was at
? B good herrlng tO draw across
the trall. Murphy had m*rely to flrug
him across the eonrentlon Boor and
tbrow hlm OUt, and lol nrnst of th"
hounds of Deroocraufl reform which
h id been chaslng him h al the acent
The Efon. Gone Johnaon, of Texaa,
. n speech oa Tbursday afternoon
al the miiy in Long Aere Bquara of
the Wils.m nnd M ir hall Thealrhal
"ii., i >n reading the Wilson nnd
Marshall BCWSPepera the next mornlncr
Mr. JobnSOO must havo felt that ho
waa a long way fron bome Our
Damoeratta Detghbor "The ion" de*
acrlhed hlm as "ex-Governor Johnson"
1 nnd "Cotagresenian Johnson." Mr.
Johnson haa been ae far < niy n axeer"
Oorernor aad a "near" Congressnian,
THE TALK OF THE DAY.
The blRprst M_-t_l_- to th*> lllKh Alps
yet recordrd has beea orj-anlzod by ihe
Mllan Alplna <Mub UDdl r t!;<? mi
of tha Mlatatry of War us an eneouraaa*
manl of phyatcal tralalag nmnnx italian
youth. Orer a Unmeawd membara of the
?ntiun win go ta Chatnien, arheace
win inari'ii to th- aaeampmanl at
Champelna Latar tbay win ellmb to aa
ItlOB of IA.O0C feet I'orty of tho
*> 't goldss bara bt an eagaged te socoo-*
paay tha party an Ita Jo-rnay from the
Ifattarhoni to Ifoata Iteoa, P-eity-saraa :
tromea bara Jolned tha party, arhleb
Indndaa tiftv JooraaUsta, forty doctors
: and a dentlst.
Tbay Blng of "Wh-n thls" and th.-y ulntf
,,f "\vii.-n that"
ln ruatlo or mhan rafraln,
? "wi..,. fro > blta the ptunpknr faaullar
and i .it.
\V.- lu iv It apain and at*;iln.
"When father comea homar' and "Whan
mother makaa plaa,"
"Win n ara Bra Side uwake," "When we
ilr.iin." , , _
But ara'll bear the most welcome of all
by iiin! by
wbaa tha Jaa-tor tarna <>n the stram!
The snn as lt flhines on the far dlstant
la acarcely the frlend that w? knew,
And you ff'el a perradlnt Insldloua chlll
As at evL-nlnt* he drifts frmn your elaar,
Howavar you* fancy incllnea you to
That t.-lls of the wood's goldea gleam
You lona for the plaln, solld bliss of tho
When the Janltor turns on the ste.un.
The latcst ar.d probably tho most re
markahla case of dlscrlmlnation aKalnst
Jcwa became known throuBh the publlca
tlon In a New York paper of thia adver
tisement: "Wantod-Tenor, prefcrably
Christlan. for panaBB-Bt poaltlon ln lle
Bn .v fmi-lo; must bo slght reader; com
pensatlon for holldayj. Apply. etc" The
kCfl for u I'hrlstlan was explalned
bv a rn.mbor of the anclcnt falth, wbo
sald: '-traftng for money ls work, and we
do not work on the Sabbath"
"Wotn?-n ar<* certalnly protrressinrr."
. what I'm looklna to aee vae
snr challengi Yale al footoall ?ny day
now."?IrOUiarllla ' 'ourier-Journal.
Bfl hal waJted p.-.ti-ntly for "next," had
.-.-- ap.-.l from the haada of the barber
iin.j waa harina tiis ooa| srtjshad, wbflB
Bja ayefl reeted oa an umbrella In tho
Btan. i.tur tbe door. '?Whoafl umlareUa
is lhat.'" _a aaked. "H.'iongs to tiie
seatietnaa in chalr Bambet three." He
iwalted ni.ti: tbfl dangar poiat bad beea
Bd snd than aaked th* occunant of
BUmber tbree lf bo was sure that the
; umbrella waa hla, tor it looked very much
Uke or:.? ba bad loet floma time a_o. "1 took
it fron here." aaJd tba maa lo B__ibar
three, "by mlatake weekfl ago.*1 The
Srat maa Identlnod bi-s property, and it
was turned orer to hlm with a graceful
in going away wjth his um
brella thf man said: "The funny part of
Ulla l-ii.ln.-ss ls 1 also 'found' the um?
Poutlng Wlfe?YOU uaed to eall mo tho
light "I '-oar Ilfe.
Hub Bo i dld; but I had no Idea the
m< t-r waa going t-> resieter such a ooe_?
A "PROGRESSIVE" RECORD
An Analysis of Deetls Which Belle
To the Killtor of The Tribune.
Slr: Wlll you allow me to express my
obllsjatloua to jrour oorreepon?aal, Mr
Carner, for hls announcement of a belb.f
tbat men wh-i hav ?? been named by greal
partlefl tor tba hlgh ofBce of Pi*ealdaat
and are rocctvlng tho loyal support of
mioh pnrtle.? should escapo belng Btigma
tlzed as BeoedlOt Arnolds or Aaron Burrs?
His OWB C__dJdata bas not taken to heart
thls Wlee vlew. It ls a j Ity that no one else
lu thls broad land has shown such facllity
m ap| tybaS tbe flpfthflt "llar" to thoso
(rom whom ho dllfers, no leafl facllity,
ladaed, than tho lllustrlou. Fllnn. of Pltts
l urgh, ezbtblted ln shoutlng "Fraud!" it
: conventlon. Mr. Carner has
?/ n-.t*d that not only has Colflflafll
It-oee all i tedljr broken into rJolerrt
.md _lacourteouB _euu_ctati..n, but his
.1 tl aet, .Mr. Jobuaon, haa
toilowed bbi bad flaample
and de_ou_eed Um head of auotber ticket.
tii.it on wblcb the oolonel aeelred his name
? ;. ,,s i ????:?;? low order of ereatnrv,
tb i alled Piogreealra ean
aaeh an adva_ee tn tha
u?,. ,,( ?. ma tbal no other
candldate nren if so mlnde-1. could hope
I wlth tbem. '.ui-stl.ming, ii4
I do, tne correctneaa of apply ing the term
to tbem on ganeral Quee
? ?? admlt lhat on tboae Baaa
of rituperativfl oratory tbe* ____e_* lead
ai ?! v. III nol be orertaken.
Now, anotbor faet hoaring on the colo
r..-1's Bxtreme '^roan*eeatrei_*ea,*< Do'-j
Ber r-- all hls denundBtlOO of Mr.
te tbe i ibUe a letter writ
t.n to hlmself i iinivrereit) mafclns it clear
? ii a n had been Bppeaed to i.orimer,
i ta wlthbotd BUg
t to Benateefl for
f- ar tl.-" ara ild i h lntorference
- thf* letter glven ta thfl public to . -mtr -
vert tba tJoa tbat Mr. T ift
i Loiimerl Doea Mr.
? ? ? r : ? ? bb ber tl il ' ?.lenel dld not
Mr. T.ift's -!? .laratl-n that lf
? waa Bl '?'? ng who kr.ow that
h. waa _orlmer tbal nnaa was
? ;. ,? tt WBfl all that nn
? dl encss" BB
The ? ? f tbe rolnnel's reac
tber extended, flapeciallr his
-. ? ?' ? recall -.f J-.-n-*_al sa
the wlthdrawal of tbe beat aaf?
| ::i rl?* of 11 ita Blad
tre baen well il*>
CUflBfl- BBBBBlhflH Th" t*Oto_el*l frlem's
have Bbown a wifltI tn allow hls radJcflI
itatJoaery decJarattoaa before 'be
i <hlo Conf-titutton.il Conrentlon t-> be for
gotten, bul be, less catitlous, from time to
? .- | BttBl '^ 00 I " *r-ritati%e
Ku\ernm.'nt Bl I tl I C-Urtfl declaring that
? ? people, arlBfl and Ignorant, ara mosi
!.. _U?CUlt and oo_iplei
.<-. 1 queatlona, even rpi.-sflons of con
ttoi 'i ti-... m ajorfty ef then
? .'?! !. ? m| :. h n-1 tla m tt en I
they t'. asaka ?- pretooad artudr of th. m.
cannot Mr. Carner percelre tbat in the
- ia ss we hav )
i ri.- i-f tbe a 1 fhams of tho
rR-E R, BISHQP.
Kew Tork, iept 10, llll
LAUGHTER EXPLAINED AWAY.
To the K-lltor of Th- Trlbm ?-.
s'r: PubUehed la Tbe Trihune of thia
mornlng la ti ?? (otlowtng:
Ijrman < '? aklln, of the rist
trlct, told tha membera of
thi Manhattan Ri i ubllcan Club laal nlnht
i ,n- ? tha better "f Benator J.>
T. Newcomb al tha coon ntlon.
ui-. n Mr. ?- mfnotity
report on th.- platform, Mr <*.ii!l<liti de
.. l; nw who I ( the
report were The chalr ordered -the Bena
... read tha namee, but there waa only
and 11 ji? waa Newcomb'a, Th" oon
? .U...1 us delignt nt ConkUn.
In order thaf the record may be cor
rectiy atated, i daaJre to eall to your
. t ti,.. faetfl wera
Th? amendmeata to tho piatfomi and
the addltlonal plank offere.l h> S-:ia:->r
.r.-.-iah t Nifweomb nt th" arenlng Baa>
.-f th.- Beratofa Bonrenttoa, last
i a.-.. v. r-.;
glrat, that to the plank on workmen's
eompenaatton, there bf added "tn preeent
poaalbla delay that ta.- ttonrenUon in
doraa the pemllnir propoved constltutlonal
amendment whleb bas been paaaed oaaa
hy th.. Leslalature."
Beeond, that tbfl dlreet nomlnation plnnk
ade ?tate-wlde In plaoe of iimiting
Ita prerlalona to aomlnatlona for Con
man, fkantor, AaaeiiiblriiiBii and
i-itv and county ofBcea,
Th.. Mi.iiti-uiai plank Busfeete. waa in
(aror "f th.. pendtna f4*?der_l Conetltu
ttona1 amendment '?>? which Unlted Btataa
Beaatera are t-- ba eleeted dli*ee_r by
?;:? \..'.. >'f th.- i.pla
At the nisht aeeeJofl ->f tbe eonrenUon,
after Benator Mewoomb" had ma.ie lus
minortty r.M*"rt. lnqulry wai nuuifl
tbrouab thaohalr aa t-> how many mem?
bera of tho committee on reSOlUtlona had
alaned tbc mlnorlty r*eport Benator N'ew
oomb replied that owlng to the faet that
tbe committee on reeoloUe_a bad only
Bfl-Ourned Ita BeaaJona at f_8 and the
COUretttlon was scheduled to BBBBl at 8
p. m.. he had no opportunity to oonfer
with otbflf RieflBbflflS "f tho oomaflttee,
hut 1 roKUm...l that tbOSfl who BOtfld as
he ili.l ln the commltter, ffllt aa he dld
on the BUbJeeti that as to thoir numbt-r
bfl rlt.l not know. but nresum.-d th.- , h ilr
man of the committee could give the
oxact vote lf that was deslred. Ex-Oov
ornor Horace Whlte, the chalrman of the
committee, who was slttlnt* on the plat?
form, made no reply, and the lneldent, so
far aa the lnqulry was concern-'.l, was
Bloaad when the convention "roared Ita
dellght." COLLIX H. WOOD WARD.
New York, Oct. 1, Ifll
People and Social Incidents
NEW YORK 80CIETY.
All tho country plaees on Long Island
are filled wlth guests over the week end
because of the Piping Rock Horse Show
at Locust Valley, which opened yester?
day and will be continued to-day, and
the flrst annual dog show of the Isllp
Kennel Club, whlch wlil be held to-day on
the grounds of the Isllp Polo Club, where
the Bay Shore Horse Show formerly had
its yearly fixture. There was a large at
tendance at the horse show yeaterday,
and soclety will be stlll more extenslvely
represented at to-daf's exhlbltlon.
Tho dog show at Isllp promlses to be*a
most successful affair, and the 11st of
aotriaa ln the varlous classes ls lan;e.
The offlcers of the club are George A.
Ellis, Jr., president; Hurry T. Peters and
Kayrnond Belmont, vice-presidents, and
! Dr. E. H. Berendsohn, seeretary and
ts*asurer. The governors lnclude Samuel
J. Wagstaff. H. K. Knapp. Harvey S.
Ladew, E. M. Lookwood, Alfred B.
Ilaelay and F. L. Hutton.
Kdwar.l Nlcoll Townsend, Jr., who ls to
marry Mlss Beatrlco Nlcholas, daughter
of the late Harry I. Nlcholas, at Rabylon,
Long Island, on Tuesday, gave his fare
well bachelor dinner last night at the
OalUjaet Clab. Hla guests lncluded T. W.
Hoxle, who ls to bo hls best man; Donald
IfeKeUar, Walter K. Butler, Van Wy< k
Ferris, John Van S. Bloodgood, Clifton
Turner and Augustus W. Kelley, jr., wlio
are to be hls ushers. Guy E. Carlton,
Warren W. Ayres, Charles B. Dean, Lloyd
9. Emory, J. Harper Bonnell, Jeffrey
Bonnell, M. Henry Townsend, M. Jerorne
Pendergast and Carroll ll. Dauson were
Iflas Audrey Falrlle Townsend will he
Mlaa Nl'1-.ul-is's mald of honor, and her
brldesmalds will be Mlss Marion Hollins,
Mlss Adclalde Travls, Miss Mildred Pace
Johnson, Mlss Mahel Hinton, Miss Rosalie
Coe and Mlss Hllah C. Freneh.
Ollbert Ellott, whose marrlage to Mlss
Flournoy Adams Hopkins takes place on
Thursday at Southampton, Long Island,
will give hls farewell bachelor dinner thls
evenlng at Delmonieo's.
Mlss Laura Fonrose Walnwrlght,
daughter of Mr. and Mra. J Mayh.-w
Walnwrlght, will be Introduced to soclety
tbia aaa aon Mies WaJanartght win divide
her tlme thls wlnt.-r between New York
and Baltlmore. Her mother was Mlaa
Laura W. Buchanan, of Baltlmore. Her
r ls a member of the Unlon, Unl?
verslty and other Mew York cluba.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Burden have ar?
rlved ln the clty from their country place
at Casaaorla, N, I., where they spent the
summer, and are at the Hotel Gotham.
Mr. and Mrs. Wllllam 1_ Coe arrlved in
New York from Europe yesterday on
Loard the Lusltanla.
Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Turner, who were
married at rittslleld. Ma-'ts., last month,
n.r.'i ara spending their honeymoon at Hot
Bprlnga, Va., will be at No. 960 Park ave?
nue for tho wlnter. Mrs. Turner ls a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Walker
Mr. and Mrs. Frederlc Gallatln hav? re?
turned to town from East Ilampton, Long
Ialand, where they spent the summer, and
are at the Hotel St. Regls for the wlnter.
Mrs. Cadw.-ilader Jonea and Mlss Bea
trlx Joti?s arrlved In New York yesterday
(ron Europo on tbe Lusltanla.
Mrs. rtasOOtt Hall Butler has returned
to her country place at *t. James, Long
Island. from Stockbrl.ige, Mass, ?
she was tho guest of Mlss Vlrginia Butler.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Ambiose Clark have
s;one to their country place at Hemp
stead, Long Island, to spend the re
malnder of the fall. They were at th>?lr
estate at Cooperstown, N. Y., throughout
Mr. and Mra. C. R:ssell Auehlncloss
will be at No. S01 Lexington avenue for
[By Telfgraph to Tho Tribune.]
Newport, Oct. 1.?There were several
dinner entertainments here thls evenlng.
HELPED 158 CHILDREN
Preventorium Seeks More Mem?
bers to Enlarge Its Work.
Daring the summer season Just an ? 1
the Tubereiriosta Prerentortum for Chil?
dren carad (or i*?s youagstara tha white
plagua tbreataned to elaln as victims.
Prior to thls yeur tba graataat number of
children at the InstltUtiOB, the butldlngs
? f whi.-h are at Farmtngdale, N. J., was
f..rt>-fn'.tr. The oompl>*tlon of sev. 1 il
:.??.?. donnitortaa aad other buUdtaaa last
arlntar ma.te posslble tho lncreas-d at
The total cost of the institutlon, where
children are taken from infeeted homea
ln tho oongastad |en< ment dlstrleta of
New York during tha bot montha, aceor-*
ing to thi oAcere ol tba Praventorlum,
was 11-0,000. Thls amount was B-Pendad
OO buildlngs and thara ls no debt. Tlie
Inatltutlon has no aadowmant tuad, how
.'. .r, and the yearly amount pledged to
date is only 117,'jOO, all of whlch ls con
trlbutad ln nmuunts of from tl to fl.OOO.
ln order te carry on tba work of BBVtng
the children of tufcercular parents all
roar arouad, at ie:.st ten thousaad per?
sons iire aaaded Sa subseribers. Thero Is
only one membershlp ___SB, lt ls an
nouaoed, shd ttie due* are anywbera be* I
twaea U or $i.?m> a year. gnbeorlptloaa
may ba aaal 10 the New York offlce of '
the Preranterlnn, Room 3i, Aaadaaay of ,
M. ili.tne Buildlng, at No. 17 West t-d ?
AERO CLUB PACIFIED.
Robefl J. Colller, president of tha AerO
club of Aaterkta, win i>e repraaantad al
tho Aaronautlcal Bodety's selat-oa tour?
nament at Oukwood ilelghts, Staten Isl?
and, Oct >ber 12, when G. O. Slmmotis
will fly ona of Mr. I'ollier's Wright ma*
Ohlnea. The arraugement ls taken aa an
Indlcatlon that tha Aere <'iub is now at
psaea with other argaalsatlona with
Wblcb for a tlme It had bCSS at outs.
other fllers to attend the meot are Harry
Btngham Brown aml Glenn H. Curtlss.
A PLAY'S A PLAY.
To the Edltor of The Trlbune.
Slr: I have seen no protest agalnst the
action of the National Federatlon of
Theatre Cluba flxlng upon Sunday nlghta
through the wlnter for presentlng their
playa. The fact that their tlck.ts ar.
eold by subscrlptlon and that none are
to be had at the door of tho theatre,
they assume, will enable them to vpdate
tho Sunday observance law. Is thla to
bo allowed to pasa unchallenged?
Let us hope that thls cnter'.ng WOdgS
will be met wlth the opposition lt aurely
must arouse, and the offenders be brought
to faee the Sunday laws and made to
respect them. S. 8. B.
New York, OcL 3, 191Z
Mrs. Henry A. C. Taylor and Ellsha Dyer
entertalned at thelr rummer homes. Mra.
Oeorgo W. Wllllarns waa a hostess at tha
naval torpedo atation. <~"apta1n Wlllhua
I>. Rod.i;er3, U. S. N., gave a dlnner at tha
Naval War College In honor of hls couttn
Lleutenunt John Rodgers, commandlug
the Yankton. Captaln Frey and other
olllcers of the German cruiser Vli tort*
Lulse gave a dlnner abuard for friends
mot here on previous vlslts. Mrs. Tracy
gave a blrthday dlnner at Fort Adama la
honor of her husband, Major Joseph P,
Mrs. t'harlea EX Kllbourne haa returned
to Washington after a vlsit here.
J. ***, A. Clark and Ellsiia Dyer hare
returned from New York for tne week
Mrs. Charles H. Baldwln wlll not close
Snug Harbor until the end of the month.
Kx-Commodore Arthur Curtlss James,
E. Hayward Ferry and Edward B. Atvord
returned from New York to-day on tli?
auxillary yacht Aloha. The Aloha . 1
at her winter quartera to have her B v r
sallB put aboard and oth..-r work f na
preparatory to a winter crulue whlch Mr.
and Mrs. James are to make thia year,
Mr. and Mra. Austln I^edyard dands,
Mlss Elizabeth Sands, Mra. John Bor
land. Mlaa Roae P. Groavenor, M.yi
Katharine Bulkley Lawrence, Mlsa Ko
berta Wlllard and Miss Annlo Pow.'l ara.
among those who are to take part ln tba
opflf-tlfl ent<:rtainment being arranged by
the Misses Jean Wallach and Frederlk*
Paine an-1 Marshall H. Kernochan, to tak*
p!u< j at Maa Villa on October 2*).
Mra, Charles Slegfrled and Mlsa Sleg.
fri.-l have returned from N< w York.
Mrs. Wllllam H. Hands l.? a suest of
Mrs. TamflB P. Kernochan.
Kx-< '..mmodore and Mrs. Cornelius Vaa
derbilt, Mr. and Mrs. J. Gordon Do-Jtliu,
Mr. and Mrs. Rlchard T. Wllaon aad _,
Rolllns Morse were among thoaa reiura*
Ing Irom New York to-day.
IN THE BERK8HIRB8.
(By Telegraph to Tha Trlbune.]
Lcnox, Oct. 4.?Mlsa Rosamond Dtxty
Bare a plcnlc party on Bald Head MouaV
u.'.n thl3 afternoon.
Senator and Mrs. W. Murray Crar.e ts*
expected to arrive ln Dalton frora New
York early to-morrow to racelve PreaN
dent and Mrs. Taft, who wlll be Uielr
gejeatS over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Vletor Moraweta, rJ*
Of Mrs. John S. Barnes, have returned ta
George Westinghouas wlll arrive to
morrow at *_r_k_M Park to paes hls elxty
slxth blrthday, whlch wlll take place oo
Mr. and Mra. Henry H. Peaae have Is?
sued lnvitatlons for a dlnner Saturday
iii?-ht. They are entertalmng for Mra.
Wilfro.l J. Worcaater, of New York.
Him Danlcl Chester French entertslnsd.
for Mlss Ev.-lyn B. ?onguian at Chester
wood thls afternoon.
Mrs. Charlea Plummer, of Boston, and
'Frank Cramer, of Chlcago, have arrteat
in 1'ittstleld to vlsit Mr. and Mra. John A.
Mra. Howard T. Mart'.n and Mra. John
aton L. de Peyster started to-day by auto
? for the Green Mountalns.
MlSL Cletaent Studebaker an-i her g-ieat,
Mlea Edith Duiany, of Baltb-Ore, wt-.o
have Beea Iri [_B_B_j atarted to-day tor
South Bend, Ind.
Mrs. M. B. BynmBB, Miss Helen Bynuaa,
Mrs. William E_*efl_ B_d Mrs. I. : Qrtt
lin, who hara baaa al Haatoa Haii st.ee
june, returned to New \orii to
.Mr. and Mra. W.hium Proeter ara
laata Of Mr. an.l Mrs. Harl
Admlral and Mrs. J. E. I'tias |
Misses Jeni...: and Anna __?BJX
Miss ii. c. Bterana, 11 N< w .ork, artital
to-day at Heaton Ball, ita b .
Mr. an-1 Mrs. Juhnston d-j Forest, Ml?
a-lxabeth Beebe, Mra. O. W. Carlel .*
Mlaa C_l_rtOB and Mrs. Wih.
i':. rmptOO, of N.w York, ?ro al tbfl __?
pi.jw<i.-d, Plttafk 11.
.1 and Mrs. Joseph W. Mflflaa)
Mlss Butb Merrfll and Mr. t
Oeorga W, Peabody, of Boaton,
and Mrs. William iiiggs ar.d Mr. I
J. F. PrlCe, "' New \ork, are at tba Kei
Llon Inn, Stock bridge.
Miss Efelen l_rlsh -rlll close her vU_
on October 17.
Dr. Thomaa Southworth has gor.o to t_?
Malne WOOdfl for a huntlng trip.
LIMITS TITANIC LIABILITY
$96,0001s All 0wners Wili Hav?
to Pay for Damages Incurrei
Biirlingham, Montgomery _ ?8
rour.sil for the Ocianlc Bteam NatrtflBJ
tlon Compaay, i.imito.i, uv. i ' th*
White <tar Liner TTrtai l la IN
Cnlted States District Court }--'fria.1
afternoon a petttlon in a proofl ? ag II,
llmliatton of iiabiiity.
The ateamshlp struck an lcei?ra 48
April 14 Mat ar.d sank the Bfl-t lay UBB.
B lOfla of nearly 1,500 llves.
The petltion set forth that sir: _ the flM
I large BUmber of clalma had beea
prosented to the ClCieanlO Bteam NatrajBI
tJon c.-mpany. Lbnlted, for '? "--4 of We
and for loss of personal affecta of tbe
pswaengera, and tbat the deman-.!-. uireaaf
made la bebalf of the ?, : I
nino'int to BBOrfl than J'." I
The petltli-n-'r dalnMd exempttra fr**
UabUlty for tbe lOBBBB, 8a__.ee, iaJuraS
and destru'tlon Bfl,
by the collislon and sinklnsr of tbr llB*
as provi.iod Bader the Rerleed .siatutes?
tbfl Cnlted states.
OraB?_8 the raoj?flatfl eontalned in tw
petitlon, Judge Hough dlrected theOee_P
-team Narlgatlon Company, Limiteii *?
fornlah bonda to the amount of j??,**1
as aeeurlty for payment pro rita of tse
dalma tn the Umltatlon of llabillty p**
eefldlng. Bucb ? ' funllaaea w
the National Surety -
MASONS ON JAUNT TO NIAGAB*
p.-*sion, Oi-t. 4 The Maaona who aaai
Bttl Bded th- s.-sslons of the SuBtUS*
Coundl, Northern Jut i>f ''.
s.'.ittish Rtte, left here to-day on i ?*P*cW
train for Buffaio, Slasara Faiia ?*
and fraahlnaton. Th- deleSBtlofl *'
be ent. rtaln d at Ma *?*? J*
tha .'una.llan Suprorne C...ir.il V*
Southern Supioine Coundl ?'.'! b? F*
boat at WaaMnatoa during the^i*
national conference. ,*'
CONVALESCENTS NEED JE*-LV.
The Natlonal Plant, Flower an.l ffr*J
Oulld dealrea to Inereaae- the amount
Jelly an.l u-rap. Julce aupplled to hosplt?H
in the atata and t.. dbitrlct nuntea m
crowded distrlcts and wlll aocepl |,or'|^
butlons. Any person >r soclety wl!l?'oi
to contrlbute wlll Inform Mrs '<'hn ?
Stewart, president of the j*.'1-"^- at^,
to Fifth avenue. No hoepUel w " *.
ia able to buy jelly enough for ite "*??"*
Fror.. The Boaton Transcrlpt. ^j
Opera, aaya Mr. Ruaafll, la tha n*,t^.
game of Italy. Other natlonal tW ^^
many, armv manceuvrea; PortugBt "t"^
plota; Franee. r.iblnet cria.a. Rn**1*' ^
dodglng; Norvvay, polar esploratloa;
Land, auvlng the emplre.