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Addrtas: Tribune. Clrculatlon Department.
"Ttio Tlmea" and 'Tho World" try
to |i_M over thelr support ot a Tam
many candldate for Qovernor bj *_t3
inp thnt aparl from hii Tammanylam
hls political record is fairly reapt
bie. They lay ttTttt on what Mr. Bui?
lt. hits done in the Houae i ' Repre
sentatives, where Tammany reatralot
upon hia BCt_v___i lms been sllgbt
-Ross" Murphy is only falntly Inter?
ested ln what goea on at Waahlngton,
and Mr. Sulzor's actlvltlea there have
la no Berious way Interfered wltl
de-dgns and Interesta of the Pour
teenth Street organlzatlon.
Mr 8ulzer_i good record abroad pim
ply made him tbe more avallable as a
means of paclfying tha boee's real and
prof-saed enemles ar a Mriotu crisls
In domestic polltica. Tamman*
Bjggrjf been pandering to re
apectablllty" wlion it became advtoable
to do 10 Murphy tonk tionrpv T.. Mc*
Olellan oul of Co__g**e_- In order ti
blm for Mayor after tbe "red llght"
hurue bad coal tbe control of the clty
government Mr. Sulzer ls put for
? for Governor ns a mfld
salon t<> the damor "f tht
and alleged anti-Tammany Democrats.
Yet Murphy can appland wltb more
confldence and unctlon tban they can
??Wllllam Sulzer never bad ;t 1" -
hla only mi _
Mr. Sulzer is obriously dolng Mur
pby's worh, whlch la to softeninibllc
posed icrata Into
to perpetuate a Tamniany-con
troHed administration at Albany. The
candldate bas frankly admitted that
n "organlzatli o Democrat'' and
Uo wants to .et tbe of?
flces and emolun ? i the party
- and workera, thus applylng at
Albany tbe cardlnal principle of Tam
man-flsm. What more could Murphy
azpoel under tiie clrcumstancea? No
man can be a member of Tami
Hall f..r twenty-flve years or, more
und n.t belmbued wtth the mereenary
and ant--soclal service splrll of thal
alllance for poJltlcal Bpollation. Tam*
lu/ii,. ? : . ? and then g
tho community a few crumbs from the
table. Even those arbo commend his
good work ?t Washington mual admlt
that Mr. Sulzer is nn avowed and un
rejrenerate dealer in Bpoila, raady to
rh> with enthuslasm what he can for
the orginlaatloo to wblcb be baa so
lonir beea loyal. Wbatever may be i.:
paraona] relations wltb Murphy, be and
Murphy are al one In n- P_*-I
the ***-*_fct__*_*oods' phlloso] hy of Tam?
many and wishing to apply lt at tbe
exj ense both of ti: I the city.
AGE RATII.G8 IN SCHOOLS.
The eostrovaray between Dr. Max*
well and Dr. B___-_-fl over a?o ratln?s
? in Um public school? vt this clty may he
left to tho .'du<_tional autborltlt
settlo as best they ran. Its techulcall*
tios would acturcdj intereat tbe general
public. But it doea ierve aa a remlnder
of clreniust_nces which are of Interest
tn the public. gud whlch exist Ifl this
dty ln a much greater degree than
elsewhere, thougfe to boum extent they
are found ln nearly every pnrt of the
land. and they tmpoae npon the gen .ral
cduoati"ii_l ayatem of tbe c-ountry ouo
of Its moat vexatloua problem-,
In tliis city abOUt 40 per .ent of the
Bflpils . re foreign hom or are children
.f foreign born parenta. Obv-Oflaly; ln
bool where all tha t___tboo__ and
Inatructlon are In Engllah, they are m
a .;: comparlaon wlth
children who are natlve born and of
e parentage. The allen of four
tetB nol _no~ a word oi
iish u g| nn age al whlch he ahould t..
oted from grammar Bchool to bigb
school, yet Ln aome <>f tba moat In.
ant partlculars he ls ready merely
tO f'.for the primary school. Wb tl _
tr. be done aitb hlm. Many children
?t gllen wbo ma. nndaratand __ .
prattj a*e_ btve had their educatlon .-..
thut they nre yeara behlnd
tiie cbll ir n of tateUlgenl natlve (___
Uea, Aay attempl to plaoa tktm ln
school gradea a_rt_tl] on an ago cUas.
Icatlon would be w.-rs** than abrat-L
Parenta must recocnlae tba faet, tiien,
thal a Utaral - nttt 4 pi-crua
tean ralaa tot age lattnp _? b-ipractl
etble ln ? praeTUcally bomofei
(.ommunity, e\en. tl.ere wtmld bt i ftW
M-K-tptacleg, doa to nttantl aud _
Hpenble _____*tn_ta of apCltuda amonc
<?hii.lr.-n. tbougb in the gV-Bl BBBJO-ity
.f caaet. ratin^H w?. ui<l he unlform.
Hut in beterogeneoua eo-funltlaa toch
*f_f-_pep______aa ara gnaHy muitii/iieti.
and ihe in.tii'ii'y t.f ttta-ttt tad
Mkool oi-lalali .- tazad t.> deal aith
in a whv tbal aill bi .'i1** '" :|'
coacerned aad arlll accord aitb th.
aODBOmlc a*> weli .t- educaU.jiial TA
tua-ta -?f tha Mtuatloa. 'i ba or_
(-nt controveraj deals arlth tht 'ne-re
technlcal ami tcadeadc features of the
case, but it may be expected to bfttg
%.I ri**--ii I?*- iu thusi' respect! In whlch
? ln* general pobllc is dlrectly Inter*
THE LOVE OF VOTING.
The voter doea nol appear to know
wh'it is tbe matter with hlm. Accord?
ing to ilit* doctora tn doea nol bave
electlona enougb. Besldee ihe present
- ,?? tlona there ahonld he prellminarj
electlona, called prlmarlea, nnd subse
queol electlona, ( illed recalla, and ea
traordinary electlona, for trylng law
aulte, for maklng lawi or fur unrnak*
in~ them, nll ol tbia to give veni to the
pent ti]> energy of the communlty for
eelf-government Tho voter "de
manda" all of thoso things. He is not
wllllng to take liLs handa off the reina
for a mlnnte. Ha will baia no -
He wanta to attend to all the tletalla
of gorernment himself.
? thia ?/"?il for voting in opera
tion. Thls lms 1,0011 our moal mega*
phonle eampalgn. The cittoen baa
been yelled at from early In the spring
until now and the din is atlll golng <>m
If bla intereal la in the aame quarter
ae his nenrea It onght to be eroaeed.
Through thr* commotlon he baa jnst
horn beaoaght with raper-megapbi n***1
to go t.' tli" pofla and register, to ahow
tbe flre for aelf-government that la
burning withln hlm. He baa had a
hollday on whlch to show bla paaalon
f..r voting. Bul Lnatead of tbere belng
a wild rnah to the polla on the part of
,1 ;.pla wim badn't bad an opportu*
niiy to ko to them lo a whole year, an
unusually large nnmber of peraona
atayed away tthm tbem. Tbe** pre
ed golf or baaeball to the Joj
regiatering, and tbe regiatratlon la
smaller than for tht- Brat two daya ftour
yeara ago. Wltb what a aaal we
ahould al! eo to tbe polli if tho chance
to de* ro rame not once bnl three or
four tlmet- a yearl
-1 Rooeerelt told the votera ln
. 0 ('ii Saturday thnt dniing the
? fur the Republican nominathn
he had become ronvinred that Gov
ernor Deneen of nitnoia was a trickater
land donble-dealer. "I grew m feel a
j bearty contempt for him," he declared,
! "and to miatrnat bla aineerity and loy*
; alty to the people'a cauac " Yet, lf the
public la nol mlsinformed, tho colonel
waa ready a ahort time ago to eupport
Mr. Deneen for Oorernor in return for
Mr. Deneen'a rropport of hlmaelf for
eaidency. Waa tbe colonel will
i: g t" orge tbe people to put lnto (iftii-v
a man whom be belleved t* be a traitor
Or i? the colonel'a oplnion of MT.
Deneen only an aftertbougbt? ia tbe
flllnola Governor merely paylng tbe
penalty of not following tl.e eoluue!
? tho Repnblican party? If ho
had aupported the colonel for Prealdent
': Mr. Deneen have heen as
true and truatworthy m friend of tbe
people ns Mr. Fllnn, of Pennaylvanla,
or Mr. Perklna or Mr. Hanna?
With the colonel tbere is only one
f loyalty, boneety nnd pnbiie
trastwortblneae, nml tbal ir support of
lonel. If tbe chance of politica
ide Fllnn a regular Republican
and Senator Penrone Hie BnU Moose
leader ln Pennaylvanla it would be
? boae bead tbe colonel wonld be
.inc. whlle Penroae wonld be
_-.'| nf llght trylng to make Ihe
country a better place for the next
generatlon t<> llve in. Tba only boneal
men nre those who give thelr ahekela
end tlielr votes to "tbe only honest
ANOTHER WAR CLOUD.
Tbe actual war cloud ln the eontb
east of Bnrope tbreatena, according to
*??- v on Hedin, to be matcbed by one
ln the northweat Ruaaia, he bellevee,
is planning tbe coi queet of Bweden
and Nocway, ln order to aecure for
bereelf a frontage on tbe Atlantlo
Ocean. Tbe ftrel atep ln tbe campaign
la the Rnaaiflcatlon of Finland, which
? led far. D la already
: to the world tbal Finland baa
1.n practlcally Incorporated into the
d Emplre aa ? provlnce. All its
laws aro now made or revlsed al st.
Peterabnrg. Finnlafa troopa bave been
sent lnto Russ-i;t ond Finland has been
garrieoned wlth crissarks. Plnniab
pilota bave been dismlaaad and Rus
i'.ive been pnl in their placea.
I of being ?4 "bnffer atate" be?
tween Ruaaia aud Bweden, the former
Orand Ducbj has been tranaformed
lnto a baae of Russlan operationa
il Bcandlnavia. Aa 1 flnal ict, 1
of strategli railroada ls belng
b illt throughout Finland, with tba ap?
parent purpose of military rather than
There is little queetlon Ibnt Ruaaia
t\vf<. covet and long has coveted at
leaal tbe northern part of tbe Bcandi
navian Penlnanla. At one tlme her
attei tlon wai euppoeed to he fixed
merely npon the upper part of Nor
>*.ay, where the Ofoten Piord a*id tbe
Lyngen Fiord would glve ber open
barbora, and tbere were ^nui to be
. before ber -??]>
aration from Bweden, tu give ber Rne
aia'a aid In aeenring Independence In
return for 1 ceaaion <>t Tromao Proi
Ince in Russia. Tbe aepanftion of the
klngdoma ended thoae Intrlgnea, and
alnce then Ruaaia bat been auapected
of almlng at tbe acqulaltion of both
? and Trondbiem ln Norwaj and
of at least all of Norrland ln Bweden,
lo give ber both aborea of the
upper balf of the Oulf of Botbnla and
tbe Atlantic Coaal as far down as tbe
lid harbor of Trondbiem,
Tbe kagle of tbe sltuatlon, ru
bj Mr. Hedln, is tbia: Ruaaia bai for
two oenturiee been aeeklng a frontage
".1 an nnfroaan sea and 011 water.. nm
domlnated by other powera. Peter tn.*
Oreat gnve her 1 "window looklng on
Kurope." bnl tlie Oulf of Finland ls
tnu mucb froatbonnd and the paaeagi
d tbe Baltlc and tb* Atlantic la
too mncb domlnated bj otner ;
Catbarlne Bocnred ? frontage oa tbe
Black S'*a, but the paeaaga from it to
Qm Mfdlteiraiiean still renialns |g
ofber hands. Alexaader 11 to.-k Tur
keatan aad pnabed far toward tbe
Peralan i.'uif. f>ut Oreal Britala siiii
bloiks tbe further way. As fm* the
Padfle, tbe last few yeara hnve aaen
I'li-sian hopes iii tli.'ii ilire.-iion (plite
deatfoyed. Mereovet, it to not ao *-c
niole un otitlol that RiuHa wnnfs. fgtt
thip on tho wab fi adjacent to Europe.
s i ahe Be-ks ine llaaof (east resist
.,,,,,., as she thinks, Icroaa the small l
and Bupposedly bdpleaa Scandlnavlan
ii is hv bo meaaa sure. however, that
it li tbe llne of leaal reelstance. Cor
? ilnly, it w.uii.i not prove to be one ?.f
allgbl reslstance. All poaalblllty lf
ever tbere were any of Vorway's
cedlng land to Ruaala ranlabed al tht
aepnration from Sweden, and now the
two powers arould bea unit ln refristlng
Rusalan aggreaolon. The elghi million
people of Srandlnavla are less than a
tenth of those of Ruaala. Bu1 the con
(rasl between the two !n mtelllgence
and general capacity is as greal ln tbe
I rection, a-hile ln warllke qaall
ti,., tbe Scandlnavlan peoples have ?
record scarcely .urpaesed In all Eu?
rope. Tho defence agalnal a Rusalan
attack would, tbereforp, be Btrong and
tnigbl not ImprobaMy be aucceasful.
Certalnly there would be no bollday
parade to Trondblem.
CANALS AND BIG SHIPS.
Tho anuocr-tcemenl of tho deepent-.
of tiie Suez Canal la Intereatlag aa an
Indlcatlon nol so much of rlvalry a-th
the Panama Canal -tbougb tbat eon*
dlderatlon may outer into lt?as of
-nltion of the Increaalng size oi
ahlps. Tbecanal, whlch la now thirty*I
tl ree feel deep, is to he d< epened at;
once to thirty slx. Thi* arlll nol ho a
BerlOUS task. as thoro ar.* no locka to
enlafge and no rocka to deal arlth, bul
merely --:t: 1 rl and mud to acoop or pump
oul with marine dredgee, Of courae
the coal aill cauae no em_?**i__-ment,
ns the compaay already has proflts
larger than it kaowa what to do wlth.
The Buez ('...tinl wns ory*1nnlly made,
in 1800, only a fractlon more tban
twenty-six feel deep. At tbat timej
tbere waa nol a mercantile veaael In
tbe world, ezceptlng only the unfortu
: ite Greal Ehstern, of more than RjOOO
tona; tbe Whlte star llner Britannlc,
: 1871, belng the tlrst to ezceed thoae
dimenalons; and it was not until lK*v?
thal plana wero made 1 ? >r deepenlng
tha canal t<. aboul twenty-etgbt f?*pt_
By that tlme the imbria .nnd I.fmrla
had been built, bul stlll no ahip had
reached tho si/e ,,t 10.000 tona, the flrst
to paaa tbal flgure belng the Antrerlcan
Clty of Parts, In ivss. And of courae
tbe ve.se!> which traversed tbe canal
w.-re smaller tban these crack Atlantlc
Bul ff the growtb of shlpa araa alow
in tlios.- years ll bas lat'eiiy become
breathlessly rapld. Tbe mazlmum was
5,000 ln i**-7i. and 10,000 ln 1888. In
1901 tiie r.'itle paaaed 20.000, in 190.
tbe Lusltanla ezceeded 31.000, tn 1910
appeared tbe Olymplc of ?l."..<*v<?, and In
1911 tbe Hamburg Une began the Im
perator of B0,o00 tona To-dny tbere
are more than a dozen reaaele lo actual
service of more tnan 20,000 tona eacbi
in the w..rid"s mercantUi fleeta, be*
. a larger number ln the mllltary
na-rles, and be would be ra*-h who
should prtdld any reaction toward
smaller veasels, or even a ceasatlon of
tbe progress toward stii! largi r sbtpe
Tba Panama Canal arould be mucb
more dlfllcult t<> snlarge than thal al
Suez, and lt is nrlael* belng mada of
greater dlmenslons al the outaet in
deed, we may suppose tbal if*- Initial
dlmenslons .tr.- expected to serve for
all tlme. it wlll bave a mtnlmum
depth of ii feel as agalna! thc .",.; of
tho deepened Suez Canal Moreover,
Its locks. whleb are the measure of Ihe
capacity <--t the canal, are to M ?
UO feel wiih-and i.<-?) f.-.-t long, Tha
50,000-ton Imperator avi be aboul r?.">
feel wide and ssi feel long, so tbal lt
win be able to navlgate tbe canal arlth
aaaa and aafety. We may therefore
look wlth complacenoy ujv.n th.- eon*
ttnued constructlon ?.t' large shlpa, cow
fldont thal the Panama Canal -iii i-o
able t" ecooimnodflte all tbal aeeb paa*
sage there f?.r many jrear. to come, lf
not f?>r all tlme; for we ma* i
ably doubl wbetber ships ..f the size "f
tba presenl two r three Atlantlc i. \ ia
rlians are pver lenl over tha latbmlan
route. Whlle tbe canal wlll he ald- tO
recelve and paaa nol only tle* largeel
now atioat but \c*.-eis of perhaps one
thir.i lf not one-half greater tonnage
MONEY AND BUSINESS.
Buaineaa on the Nea Tork Btot k r.x
Qhange f"r tho laat w.r?k has preeented
t perplexlng problem. imrinK erdl
nary perlode, when only the natural
effert-. of COlTUrnei-laJ and inriustrlal ln
i, n?ioo from pool manlpulation,
r< ikoned wlth, tha favoi ible
or unfavoral.lt' taotors tnaj. h?i dla
counted. But an abaonaal situation
has arlsen aa a result of tha WBl
againsl Turkey started by a Htngi**
member of tho Balkan group, Monte?
negro. How far thr war i,inv*m*nt.
naa] go is dahatable, bul so fur the of?
fer t h.'t-t been demorallsing to the atock
marketa oi all Burope, and has ...
tended to the New Vork stoik market
The bouraea of Vw-nna, Paria aad Ber
lln have I eon ln a ntnte ot panic dur?
ing tho entire we> k nnd i-er-urltle.q havo
beea llquidated i tnveatora without
reaaonable c*onside*_tt-t_. rt ls aatl
roated thal aa a r-^'iit of thr* aeaea
tionai war rumor. more than Bve kun
dred thousand shares of Anv rlcan ne
curttlea hav.- been senl t.. thls market
ft? rn road Within the last two week".
Tha ab* rptlon of so mu< h atock in ad
lition to tba offeringa al home haa
tried the stablllty of this ntaraet, and
-Onslderlng the circumatance. the New
Vork stock markel haa diaplayed re
marhahla strength. it is not aito
lether tha leaitlmata Hquidatton whleh
haa tried our buylng aupport, bul there
must be and alwa* I is a bear r-ontln
tccnt that aeiaee ever. oppertuatt*- to
lepraaa nd this laat w-?k tho
beitrs have been BCttVB.
Biifdness outalde of stork rnarkr-t ..|>
iratloaa has soorad an-tber weak of
mbetaatial lmprovement Caauaerclal
iuent i.-s hava gatherad irota all parts
if the Unlted S'at_-t veritie.j statistJca
>f natlonal development antl hav. ttt
arged th.-ir raparts to laotaae braaehea
if trad. whi. h are now beginnlng to
how more rapld lmprovement. I-Iiihh
? ie h .ts drj-gooda, boota ?nd ahoag
ni.irs and leather, hardwara aad food
^tuffs contiiiue actlva, and appereatl.
?ava paaaad tha polal M B$aeulatlvs
..ilunn- tO an 8Btab__h_d OJUBatlt. for
some tlme to come. The developmonta
.f tha week whi h have beea reeog
nlzed as being the most Important ln
rcfecaattng this oountry'a feture pros?
perity have been the settlng; at rest of
all reaaohahle doubt regar.linR: our
cropa by the fovernment'a monthly
crop report aml the conflrmlng of
tevorable reporta nf the ateel trade bv
th. ionnnt-o flR-.ire.i published by the
fr.itecl states Steel Corporation. The
government'a <rop eetlmate, which
amounts praotionUy to barveet returns,
shuws an uaprecedented agrlcultural
\?*iir e.nd affords a generoua basis < n
whlch to depend for supj^rting the
rapid rreparattons bt-ing made for a
continued propponms perlod.
The upa and downs of the steel trade
are ao unqueatlonably accepted aa ln
dlcating proaperity or advereity ln this
COUntry that the unexr^oterl ehowlnc
of Increased tonnage was a convinclng
factOT of proof tliat business la execp
tlonally good. Money is at this tlme
comparatlvely easy, arul during tbe
week there has been no alarmlng Indl
catlotl <>f money stringenry. Time
baa been finner ns a result of
tlie [European situation, but the qtiis
ti'.n ..* what would occur has b.
anoertaln that tbo New York money
market haa ignored the Balkan Influ
pnce. The question r? piovlding money
tor om- eoramereial requlrementa al
preeent la nol an Important one, and
the meeting of future neceeeitlea wlth
out eerloua Inconvenlence aeetna to be
l tol able.
The limuu'i.ii altuatlon abroad his
been very much dlaturbed by the Bui
kiin arar acare, imt baa not been so
?i niii- a.- tn cauae any outward
evldencea of worry by thi* Bank of
England Whiie there may be an ad
vanee i:; tl.e bank rale soon. ii" lhcre_-M
?.?.I- announeed on Thursday last. Al?
though I'aris conditions have been ex
tremely unaettled during the week. the
Bank ol Franee has shown a control
ot ih-- Bituatlon wblcb promleea well
providrii the Baatern trouble does not
grow more serious. Tho Imperial Hank
f Oermany has been moi t affected, and
failed to make an e:*coiiragii.K sliowing.
However. aboold w;ir talk ceaae, and
normal sentim-ni return, Kurope would
?mon be ahowlng activity in business
and ii" alarm over money.
im Colonel Rooaevelt leea practleal
than Oovernor Wlleon? Can't he her
veytae Oeorare W. Perklna when he
flr.ds hlm a burden?
Mr Ltt rkln lntr< I "TH*
aon as a tnai eat nnnJ
* an arho
t,, th- i 'l <-lia!r
. . ? upled b) ' I ?
author ..f tl ? 1 *
, Kew Tork 1
.\ | |) ? * - :i ute! in ? om] arlaon
?it1. thla nt for a
. blm for a
kbrahara LJncoln was
.i innn of low mind and ti irron
it is iu* ky fur Waahlngton'i
fame that he wenl before th-* author
of tb.* i* -M be
n i' nt i *? wbo
? ' ?
n ontha ,n t! ? ' ' of tha
.: . i .' ing ' ' ' *'r
Ko one evet ? that W
to 'i.im:., u ? Hail '? a I ? *
?*The World" >- wonderlng at its own
t?- encouraging ??
t';. Turki to reallae thai th<-ir strug*
Kie wlth tb.- m mtenearlna la oecurrlng
in ti..- very hearl ad of John
. ? tell Igbt of
Crola, .iici ti- it th? li
"f ti"* tollowefa
of that unconquered champion. Aa
tor the tn.-n ? i the Bla k Mountain
ei i Albania Itself, tbay have more
than oii' a Bhoa n thi met ;*.* - nol un?
worthy "f tb-- tradltlona r?f B< anderbeg.
..f Oot -i nor W.H'.ii hT
rircr ant vlolentl - ?;,-?: to I
? i ,i., ,,i .mr. t I.* mlnatd i
Hc..,-. Vell *.*-as thi II i-c-.uk BJ .i ie. .-:,t Ct :?
? i | ui.'l ba I
uram St.it.iIuik m tha r-???-?> of tlie
j i i-.*.i S' itea Hotel it Baratoara Oov?
ernor Woodruff .'?.'??iii-, atated, ln ml
i thal h-- bad quite rei entlj be< n
ln , ,,i,r. i tli. colonel al i ?yater
j,:\ concernlnf thla recommendatlon of
,'\ Juattra) Huahea, nnd tbe
colonel had then tnd thara denouneed tba
whole bi hi ma of ilret t noi
"thi .:? -. * ? "* .i * ?? '
of the mllllonaln " Alnu1 i; i - ??
ooklye i :>??_::?
This is a atatement whi<*h <-aiii- for
the attention of both Mr. Woodruff and
,\it Rooaevelt it baa often been aald
that the i oionei's audden eepou al of
th" cauae of dlract nomlnatlona a ta
that of ths onportuniat, and on h.s be?
half strong dentsl hss been made that
li** had expreseed the view now attrib
ui.'i te blm. Mr Lateoa la a laaryer
of ablllty .* ti(i good repute, whoee aa
eertlona have weight
THE TALK OF THE DAY.
T'ce teet Ibnt an audlence of more than
three hundred nt ;i plnc of nmusetnent
ln Plathnah whera an aanlvereary araa
heinii eelebrated aame the second vfcraa
nt "America" wlth many vmiatlons nn
"lii-ia" Hini "lo-io" was advertieed to
th?- teat of the world by .i wotnaa BThe
wns present ln a lett-r lo a Mf
ii, wb'.ci: Bha Bnlarged oa "lanoranee"
umi "lack of petrlotlatn " a rea
'ihe Trtbuae, apeakina of the latter, aald:
"i -.vh*. ona ef b party ef four takinK
ui aaurlj dlnnee at aa epea air reetaorant
ln ColoKne on tiie Koirth of July sev?
eral yeara aga We aenl h pollta reqin |
io the orehaatra leader t.? piay The Btae
Ipangled Banner,' and were told thal
th* eempoeltlon waa -unknown.' Wt arera
mn pi lat i and veaed and lalki i ,i lot
BbOUt the sonff, Its oriRln, Us >i.*aiit>, aii.t
rinaiiy dteeovered that ha<i the band
maator played it we~Mii four of aa
oiild liav.- suuf only la-l.t' to th, see.I
oi ifl after lt"
'llbhs Thafs a pntty roeky lonklnj
iimbrella you havi there, ? >>?1 man I
ivouidn't carry ona nk* tiint
Dibba 1 know you WOUldn't; ihut'n
? n I carry lt when yoO're around.
-Boaton Traiis.tll t
New York hoteis nnd laatauiaata nre
_ all thliiKS exeept furnltnr.- .ml derora
lions Inferior to f.ielts'n boteln and r,*s
taurants. In BnrOpe no proprletor ef a
plai, of entertalnmeiit forgets his duty
io his uuaioineffa aa I lf ae ahonld bo de
rn** puraa aronld oulekly pay the penaltj
111? ? Biiiuiieen tiot-i "i* reetanraal koeper
wanta to pleaae, and all theae <'ia ?*-1
wlAh tn do In big rltle? Hk<* N'ew Voi k
is to aecure the cush Of thelr cuntomers:
as for reelproeal obllgatlona, they refuse
to reeognlze them.?Provldence Evening
MATD WAI NO BULI- M003E.
The jud/re looked back aa he cllmbed
Ai d mw Ifnud MuUer standlng st'.U.
Bul I- got DO ( ncoiir..g?m"nt from
Bbe .bd nol h.-lleve ln the recall of
Th" Royal Theatre at Perlln, ln answer
to the reqaeat of many cltizena "to give
a i .Tformance at reduced prices, so that
school chUdren mlght reoelva th? be_e_t
BBd the pleaaure," re.sponded by aetttng
I aald. a fluaday afteraoofl for that pur
poea The bOUM was lllled to capacity
i hy an appreciative youthful audienoe. und
| now | movement is on foot to make the
I "H.-hooi r-hlldren's matlr.ee" a permanent
it araa peel eleven The oM man ea
! tered tho parlor and, approarhlng hls
! daughter? awaln. sald: 'Voung; man, do
I you know what tlme it lar" The tlmiu
I youth l?nped to hls feet and, stammer
lng, ' Y-v-yes. sir," hurried Into the hall
| and thence out into the night. The oia
: Buui atood beirUdered. "That's a queer
i fellow to have .alllng on you, daugh
t.-r. ? he remarked. "Why did he rush
I off ln that fashlon.' My watch ran down
aad i merely wanted t.. get tba t.me
from hls to set it by."?Boston Transcrlpt.
In speaking of a rabbl who waa r.
ceatl. appolnted to a pastorate at Mll?
waukee. "The HabraW ritundard" says
thal a paper referred to the clergyman
u "the Jearlah Hoo-bj," aad adds: "Why
BOt? Mr. plank fully deserves this tltle,
fur he Is pUgBBCtOBS, peilpatetlo ln hls
preacbmeBts, peralaUBt Ib his percep
ti MLS, perfenrld in hla predllectlons and
ipa prcternaturally p?-rspicuous In
hls prognosticatlons of pendlng portents.
And wlth ns the OBljr 'inestlon is: How
aoon he win have atUwaukee Jewry on
: Its communal kn.es?"
! Ifar?I've luat been r.-ading about a
Roaton phvslcian who tells you what alis
by hoidlng you; hand.
laae- I must tell that to Bob to-nlght.
, ii. s thlnklng ?f ?-tudylng med-clne -
I Cleveland I'laln Dealer.
A REPUBLICAN'S CREED
An Outline of the Confession of
Faith of a Real Progressive.
To the I.dlior of The Tribune.
Slr: I BBVV voted the Republican ticket
for just forty years. ln theae days when
M many roters seem to be breaklng away
'rom thelr llfelong party BlleglBBee jt
,,, wjM for m. to take an latel
lectual Inventory and to flnd out whether
.. . ?:. , ., u. perty la ?__! worthy of
. iM?i -by. Tbe result is ths
follO. '! '?' Ot falth:
[bei .-.. thal never before in the bla
tory ol th try. or ef the world.
I . ,. ,.:. 0f the paopla had so
. ' th. |.1 IhlBga of Uf.* for the
'?-fort put forth or so many opportunjtl*s
tual sBjoyaatBt as
h! the preaaal time.
i belleve thal aever before has it been
our eblldrea and young
? so easily to get a good eommon
01, hlgh -rhool. college. university. Ib
.ii. trial or pn .eadonal edueatloa aa he*e
-ow. [ndeed, la maay ol our states
the eBtlre courae may be t-ken without
,:.t of a sliiale ?<*_? for tuition
I belleve thal Sl no tlme heretofore. ano
,? ,,,, 0tb?r country in thr world, does
th.. d.-.i of 01 porturdty and of hope sw,n*
-jael* open to ?u *?? m the Ualted
it tb< praaeet time.
I . it never hatott mi aewhera
. . th? akllful meehaaic or the coan
"Wi earner fare so well
M ,_ ,v; and that U ls for
? one million persons
ir native Und for these
i ,. ?. whlle there may be stiu
i ? ..f ualveraal sodal and eoa
... .. the preaent sodal uareat ts
. ? tctured ..n.l ftcUtlOU* Ina
tomoMlea are not neecasary
u, human happinear. aad should not he.
I UpoB wlth -evetoue eyee, nor with
I belleve that whlle we may not know
Ii tftl hava happeaed had the
..,,.,. p_rty been m control during
the h.st flfty rattt, ih- tremendous
.? i laduatrlBl proaperlty or the
it-turj bave cobjs about under
tne polldea snd __.mlflUti_ttoa of the
whleb the good sea i
,,f tbe people haa kept tn power almost
? || long period
I belleve In the Constltutlon nnd rnstl
tutiona handt tbe patrtotlo fath
itaked thelr llvee, their fortunea,
H. | ,,r nor thnt they aud thelr
.,. ,terlty mlght snjoy to the full blea*
rtj _nd the pursull of
I belleve that whlle II ls rlght and
proper to feoa the future aud to make ull
deelrable and neceaaary readJusiBBaats ?a
new prebtema aris'*, we should not aa
"drlven aboul by every wlad of doctrlBe,"
? we should "prove all thlnKs and
? ? tbal whleh bi good M
ve that the Repuhlh-af* party haa
. . pertj of i rogreas ard achieve?
ment ln the paat, ".nd thit II la now Kt.'.id
pjpm an.l piuaissalva mes -
ur-s ts fast as the general welfare aug
? th.tt it la wlae to do so.
i belleve tbat there la no real need for
a thlrd i arty, and thal tba present <-ru
.,. .. ?rtll delay, If not defeat, the very ot>
ought to be galned, stoca the so
called Progreealve party ran draw prar
i only Rapublleaa votea. and since
t [?,.? <tt.i> .iraw enough votea to
win i can see no stn ngth in dhrlsloa
i belleve that every vote dra-?.n awag
from the Republican party wttl eoatrlb
,,,,. |.v .,, much t. the success of the
.,. that Ifl national sffnirs the
Democratlc party has so aftea beea
.,i for laatanee on the moaey and
tarlff quaatloBa that i caaaot look wtth
complBceacy noon tha poaathle retura ef
tti.it part] to power.
i belleve that the pasaage by the
present "'ongress of a prov.fdon (fortu
nateiy vetoed l>> Taft) aboUahtng our ex
cellenl dvil aenrloe system. thus seeklng
to retura agala to tha a_saredltad ami
demorallalna spolle praat-cea, la bul one
InataiK-e whleh rlearly shows the tinflt
ne"n of the Democratlc party to t?' truated
Wlth the BUUMfji ment of tba great buai
i, i affalra ot this nation.
i belleve that freedom of trade is an
Ideal tyatem thut ls very much to he
... ired, bul ts not now practlc-ble; that
a tarlff f..r revenue onlv Wlll PTOdUOe
very Uttle t "? etiue, that a tarlff for r?v
anue arlth hlrtdaatal B-*a_M*Uoa dirfeis
only ln rlegree from B tarlff for prolee
ti..n and revepue, nnd that a proper a.l
Jnsttii"iir of thls most Important hut .'om
pUcated sja b_ob oaa ba saourad oaly by
iihii who are able tb BBBhS a thoiounlj
study of Bll tha iBtiieaelaa lavolved,
ilaaee, I balsvi la a Tarlff noard. the
.'teatlon of whleh was inslnted upon by
Taft, and not in tha hapha-ard adJuHt
rn.ii's of ttM pu.st. Theiefore, 1 i oti
d>um the ii.'tlon of Iha proeent ('ongreas
ii. .ii tUahhag the BOB*par?aaa Tarttt
I ballavs that the advent to power of
the Daaseeratla party, aadar a profesaed
Cree tra.le platfOTM. wauld have a ten?
dency to cripple nnd rtttard the preaent
Braaoerttg of tho country, and that the
People and S<
[By Telegraph to The Trlbune "j
Newport. Oct. 13.-Mrs. Emile 8. Bru
Kui?re Kavo a large dinner party at Caatle
WOOd tbia evening ln honor of her guest,
Mrs. Scth Barfon Freneh. Mrs. Freneh la
soon to open Barton I-odge. at Hot
Mrs. Stuart Duncan was a dinner hoatess
I.nnoheons were given to-day by Mrs.
Rec-lnald Norman and Mrs. Burke Roeha
After Ctoetng ber season Mrs. Roebe ls
golng to Hot fiprlngs. Va.. with her sons,
Francls and Maurlce.
Mrs James J. Brown was a dinner
hoeteea at the Muenchlngei* Klng thls
Bdward J Berwlnd contemplates fur?
ther improvements to hls place. The
Klms, during the wlnter. He wlll tear
down No View, on Bellevue Court, whlch
has been occupled for several yeara by
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Harriman.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Caalmir de Rham nave
gone to the White Mountalna.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederlck M. Davlea wlll
go to New York for the wlnter to-morrow.
Mrs. Ogden (Joelet ls closing her season
on October 22
Henry A. C. Taylor has sent hls ateam
yacht. the Wanderer, to New York to go
out of commission for the wlnter.
Arthur Johnson, of Boston, and B'U'.er
amea, of Waahlngton, wae arere weck
end guests of Mrs. Stanley M'Cormlck,
were reglstered at the CaatttO yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Hay ward Ferry wlll
close their season to-morrow and go to
TuxadO for a ahort stay before returnlng
to New York.
IN THE BERKSHIRES.
[By Telegraph le The Trlbune.J
Lenox, Oct. 13.? The Lenox season will
lie proloiiged two weeks because of tlie
brilllant follage and the soclal actlvltl"s
of tho cottagera, who are remalnlng ln
thelr country' plaees for the horse show
und its attendant entertalnmenta.
Qfraud Foster, Davld T. Dana, Mlss
Kllzaboth L* Turnure, Mlas F. Conatance
Folsoin, N'ewboid Morris. Mlss Iaabel
Shotter, ROOCOO Bor.sal, Jr., Glraud F*-s
ter. Jr.. Miss Helolse Mayer. Frank K.
Hturj-.H an.i Mlss Vera Bloodgood hava
entered horses for the Bellefountalna
beree ahow thia week.
Mrs. Charles E. Dana and Mlss Mllll-1
cent W. Dana. of Philadelphia, are guests
,,f Mr.s. M Dwight Colller. Mrs. CotUer|
nnd Mlss Kate Cary wlll sail for Europe J
on Novemb?r Tt
Mrs. Orelton Thomas. who bas been a
guest of Mrs. Charles I. Spencer and
Mlaa C'lough at the ''urtls Hotel, haa re
turned to Troy.
Miss Suzar.no Cunnlngham, who has
!???. ii a guest of Mra. Amory Lawrence
at tbe Curtla Hotel, haa gone to Boston.
Buell Rolttater, of New York, ls a Ruest
Of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Holl'ster Pooaa.
Vaa Ifeee Phillp if vlaltlng Mr. and
Mra. Olraud Foster. Mr an.l Mrs. Foster
entertained at luncheon at Bcltefoun'aina
Mrs. Th-mas Richardson. who haa b?*en
vlsttlng Mr. and Mrs. Hlchard C D:xey,
bai gona to Washington.
IM.Ilu Curtla, of New York. is a week
end guest of Mr. and Mrs Harrls Fahne
Alexander W, Longfeliow, of Boston, Is
? guest Of Mr, and Mrs. Samuel Froth
Mr end Mis. A. K. Sloan. Mlss Mollio i
Btoomer, Major Efeea, U. 8. A.. and Mrs.
Hei . Mt-- Predaric Obna and Mia* BHal
.. of New I'ork, an I Mrs. Efoward
ii Prlce, of Baltlmore, art* at the Maple
arood, Pltt fi< Id
Mi .md Mt-. i* Roy Kenderooa, Dr \
,u. ! Mra C B Clefhorn, Mr. and Mrs. j
<: ,\ MeeCumber, Mr. and Mrs. G. A
Lorimer, Mr. and Mrs A J Sargent and |
-vac earners would he the flrst to BUffeT
as .i result el the change.
1 believe that tha recent increase ln j
the cost of Uving cannot be charged to
rinr, bUt that it ls. ln t'ie maln.
dun to the law of nupplv and demand. !
Btance, dnrtng the east deeade tba
number ot beef cattle ln the country han
daereaeed several million head, whlle at
the aame time the consumera of m.*at
and other t-uippltea have been IncreaMr.*-*-*
,i* th. rate Of one and one-half million
tavth yea:. More '-aters anl UOB meat
can maaa nothlng else thnn hlgher
pl |, es.
1 believe tbat. wlilla there mav *
taln thing-* which ar* BOt ns they -hould
Le, it would be wteer to trust the Ro
publican party t.i readjuat them than to
tia\<- an oppeaitkM party make a more
.mi'lete overtuming. At tbe worst
it would be better patlantly tO endure the
llls we now have than bllndly to fly to
other**. we know not of.
I believe that the men who sav thnt
Taft was falrly and honestly nomlnated
ire sntttled to more credit than thoso
who say he was not. and who were them*
telvea eonfeeaedly gullty of trylng to
capture the control of the -sonventton by
puttlng up S'.'ores of bogus contests.
re t! it Taft, talthful tO hie prom
\O0, etn ountered hls most serious po'ltlc*.'.
troublea ln connectlon wlth the flrst tariff
hill, bul thnt Hoosevelt, during the an
tn.' etvea and one-half peara of bla
I'resldency. was too shrewd to mn t' a
n-k of pol'tical BUklde bv way of the
? re that lt la impossible for any
preeldent, who must dally declde many
(juaattona te pi atea rH the people ef the
country or all of hls own party all the
time: but that his ndminlstr-itlon ls to be
ludged by the mt reeulta of hls full term
mther than by the .-ffect of any single
bcI or Incident
I believe that Taft has given an ef
fi. lent. economical. safe and sane admin?
istration niuetratdona of this may bo
se.u in th. taei that many mtlHone of
Icillars have been yearly saved by plaetng
the affairs of the departments on a scien
titK- boatneea basis; by making the Poet
tdBee Department aeb>anpporttas by
pieaeoutlOW Of trusts and the t-nforcMn-mt
nt the. tateratate cornmerce law, and by a
brilllant foreign policy, looklng tOWflUrd
perpetual peaeeful relatfoaa with aii ae
I b.*!l%ve?und thls bellef ls based on a
peraenal aoqualntanco of nearly foftj
irean thal Tafl Is a man of splendid
il.ility nnd attiitnment-, ot the highest
iharaetet and of apotleea integrity: tl al
ln all hls oftlclal conduet he is gufffed hy
motlvea <>f tha pufeet patriotism. ar.d dfe
Ihargaa every duty arltt an ew single to
the public welfare; that he ls n..t actuated
[iy an undue ambltlon. and tbat ao k- -n
s hls sense of honor that he would not
lo a wrong act to secure hls re-electlon.
nor fall lo d" the rlght thing because that
svould brlng defeat.
I believe thal leadera are necessary tor
_ Sunday school. church, bualness enter
fMMa Bt a politlcal party; for wlthout
leader*) there can be no guldance, sta
blllty or progress. 1 am not disturbed.
therefore, when party leaders are Indls
?rtmlnately donounced as "politlcal
1 believe lhat most of those who cry
?mt the lOOdaet Bgl1"*** the "bosses" aro
theeaaelvea aooklag the poaltloaa af lead
srshlp and authority.
I believe tbat when leadera do In fact
become corrupt or dlctatorlal "boaaea"
Mr. and Mrs W. A. Polk, of New York,
are at Heaton Hall. Stockbrtdge.
Mr. and Mra. S. H. Brldgman and Mr.
and Mrs. J S. Howell. of New York, and
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Gladwln. of MadlKon.
N. J., are at the Red Uon lnn.
Mrs B. W. Martlndale. Mta Cre-.rge I_
McConihe. Thomas R. McConlhe, Mr and
Mra D. 0, Cannon. Mr. and Mrs. r. il.
Barratt, Mlss Bnrrett, Mr. and Mrs. A. M.
Cox and Samuel \V. Cox, ot Ne* Yoik,
are at the A>-'ir wall.
NOTES FROM TUXEDO PARK.
[By Teleifraoji to The Trlbuti--.)
Tuxedo Park, N. Y., Oct. I&?A numbet
of motor parties came out from town for
luncheon to-day. and those who an*iv?*d
for tho week-end dance last nlght at the
club remained over Sunday. Mr. ttid
Mrs. Robert C Morris, of New York,
?Pi nt Sunday at the club and ern.-.rtain*d
Colonel Kobcrt C ClOWry and Mr. and
Mrs. Henry D. Kastabrook at dinner lut
Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Earle Steveni en?
tertained a large party last evenlng be?
fore the dance. Among thelr guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Charles De L. i rlcha, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank B. Keech, Mr. unC Mri.
?Frederie De r. Foster, Mr. and Mn.
Theodore Frclinghuysen, Plenre >.rl!lard,
Charlea E. Sampa.-n, Mr. and Mrs. L. 8.
Morrls. Charles I-ani-T. Jr., Miss 8amp- ?
boii. Mr. and Mrs. WUllffin B, D'nsmora
and Mlss Hart.
Dinner parties also were h\\pt\ last .
evenlng by Mr. and Mrs. POrayth Wlckes,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Nelson Borlaad, Colonel
and Mrs. Thomas Denny, Mr. and Mrs.
Qeorgo W, Fursyth, Mr. aad Mrs. O.
Hunter Brown and Mr, und Mrs. Henry
Plerre Lorillard and son. Grlswold Lor
lllard, who have been abroad for the
summer, returned horn- ]
Mr. and Mrs. Henry U. Aleraadar hava
moved lnto the Edgar cottage for tha
Wlnthrop Beekman. of Washington,
spent Sunday wlth Mrs. John D. Wood
at the Barnwen cottag..
Mr and Mrs. Henry D. Whltfie'd havt
aaoved lnto their new houae on Turtla
Mr. and Mrs. Anson M. Peard hav.
taken the Condon house, and Mr. and
Mra. Charles Do L. Oelrichs have re?
turned to the Stokes cottag*
Mrs. liodman Wanamaker and Miss
Marie I>.uise Wanamaker. of P*r____eV
phla, spent Sunday at the Tnxedo Oub.
Charles __ Sampson entertained a party
at the Jamea Brown Potter vllla oq .'rt
Mr. and Mrs. Wllllam M V Hoffman,
who have a week-end house party at
I'axhurst. gave a '.arg-* dinn-T laat r.ight.
n< \t Thursday th- anaual women'a golf
tournament will 004 r. on the I eedo :.*.l<s
with a handicap match p'ay. f iliowad by
approachim- ? ttinf contests. Among ?
the entrlrs thua far are Mlaa Harrtet A -
exandtr. Mlss er, Mlaa
Ellzabeth ('uttir.g, M s - Edlth Cbea>
brough, Mrs. ? . t- Mor?
ris at.d Mrs. F. B K*
Among thoae arho apeni Buaday at tM
club were Robert Thorne, Mr. and Mrs.
H. B. Thorne, Mlaa Ellzabeth Thorne,
and Mrs. G. M. Hamnv.
Hammond, Mlss A. V. Martln, tl iwari
Elliott, Mlss de Acos,_. Mra
Ross Proctor, Miss Proetor, U
C. i-ee, Addlaon Cammaeli ::'">'
Pearao, Edward J Hancy, Thi u '??
Cook, Oscar J. B. ,'?
mack. Mr. and Mrs. II Mr.
and Mrs. J. PN I ' ?*?*'?
TOton, a. e. QaJtattn, W L
and Mrs. Carrigan. J. M. W mda
Roche, iteorge Brook.- T lerlft
Cruger, Cfcarlei '- i ?? r, -r--.
the people'a retaedj ia not '.r. organiab-x
... n-'-v party, but in th ai new
I believe |n leneral In the ? i 1
candldatea of the party.
ghould the Demcci iti
ed, the Demoeratle pan*. wlll bt
er. ar.d the ; arty arlll '
rlght should. eontrol l
lead--:- v.bem It haa, ?
vote for Mr. WltoOB alb *
"gentlemen and scholar" i: *
vote tor the Democratic part ?
thal is ohj.-ctiou.ii'i.- li history
an.l t r< sent prln. I|
., that at y
who wiii carefully eonalder tha i
vetved in t,*- above partlal eutllaa f *
Ot falth v... lt
third p urty win be ln el ' ?*
the D- -Boeratle pat ?
teh ef th* present |
Ity i ,! n't l ??:'? ea ll I -
Whiie t run 'he rlsk tovolvad I
K C. J* >HN? N
SOW Haven, oct. 0/ totS
SOLVINO TWO PR0BLEM9
A Plan to Lower High Prices and R-e
duce Immigration Evils.
Te th>* Bdttor ef Tha
Slr: It seems so st range tbat thera
should be any doubt ln regard to th' rea?
son of tho increase ln the prlee ' ?
stuffs?butler and engs ln part
teen reava ago the wages of unskUled
farm hands were much loirer tt n at
pr.sent The farmer who s-lls buttei ar,d
eggs has now te pay hls farm b * ;
or Rl a month more th.tn he I.*??>'
dld. Therefor.*. li- ls ol llgSd I
more for the produce of hls farm
to meet thls increased espendlt ?';,!*
is the oniy reaeba Car the high i '
ve*.-, tabl4 **. I ??',*-* ? - ?
UTgetlC and publlo-sp'.nted w.*n-..*i who
ar- so earneetly trytng to eepa with this
very serious aiwllon COUM lh
means of divertlng the stream Of Btreag
and able-hodied men thnt dally
wir Bhorea from th. already ???* ?'?
cities to where they ar- really
paaaed -that ba, on the Oanaa lt ,*""iW
not onl] I ? '' lt the Imiulgia:.*
pbyMeal arelfere, l N It wonM H ,-,nC*
brlng the t'.irm products, which are dailj*
so.-iring htfher OUl or* i-ea.-h of modeat
purs-s, town to ih.-;r former omfort-hla
and attalnable lwel F. U
RhlnefM k, N I . * '??? '. .-?i2*
THE STAR ABOVE 14TH STREET.
To the Edltm of Tha THI MM-,
?r: Klndly permll me to send you a
BjtrW \er8lon of an oM I
Tw.r.ki*., .wtakle. Ilttla star*
M?\v I wOeAtt what yeu are!
L'p ?hov? tha wigwaat* high. ,
Ttj'llant Rleam from Mi:rph>'t r\*.
And since ( am In lh. ?
I mast thank vou fer v.njr sn.irk
Wlthout It rUht I could not votr.
And Jump rlKht down th? T1ser? thro**.
And slnoe mnny, aound ssleep,
Paltk ?ltii Taft an.l heme r k".*P:
You must teach them bow the knea
To tbal patriot Tuinnisny. _ _
E. C th
XVrtt Huvaratraw. N Y I '?" 11
To the Fdltor of The Trlbune.
Slr: Was Mr. Tyier's humor consrio*-*
or unconsclous when he state.d tn hls W*
tervlew In Th? T-lbune thnt, "generalV
r-peaklng, the crowd at an openlng coraai
ln late." The troWd that does ootne btta,
l have obsen*e,j t- iceiyerally speakln^
fTALTKR ie KRAKMEB-.
New York, Oct. 0, 1912.