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BUNDAY. NOVKMBJBR :;. y-'y
Owned and pebllabal dally by the Tribune
Aaoortatlfin. a New Ta '??n"- u?'lcn
M. ReM, I'r.Md.-nt; (\>nd6 Hamlln. Secretary.
_??. * M. i ',huDe
Biiildlng, No. 104 Naiiaau btryet. New Y.Tk.
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Entered at tbe T'oKtofiVe at New Tork aa
Becon '. (Haa* Mall Matter.
O ir readers will eonfer a favor by advl*lna
us when they are imabie to procure a ceei ot
The Tllbmi* from their new?dealer. Addreaa;
Tribun*. Circulatlon Department.
The fallii.y of ('olond Booeevelfa
attttnde toward the judiciary "!l!*
broaght out wlth siartlinc clearaeaa la
his own speech In Ifadteoo square
Garden on Prlday eve-iag. After se
vereiy crltlclalng aeveral dedelona of
U10 state f'otirt of Appeals be said:
Now, of course, friends, here again
I have no doubt those Judges declded
with the absolme purpose to do Juatlce,
aa they naw Juatlce. The trouble was
that they know the law, but didn't
T'nder every kaowa political ayatem
riphts are made 1>y the law. Bodety
expreeeea Ita riea of what ls richt by
estabttahlng laws. and tbOBC lawi must
povern in tiie admlnlstration ol jus?
tlce as agalnal Bay Htae ol right not
?yet formulatod Into law. Thal is the
role of all haman laugreaa, and only
anarchy can reanlt la a commaatty la
which a citizen ot a Jadfa is anowed
to eet up his owu perBQBBl notion of
ripbt ns superior to codes and statutes.
.Fudpes are elected fof the sole pur
pose of laterpretlag Bccordiag to bb**
tled lepal prh* Iplea aad eafordag
laws Biadc by ttja people for their own
poverament. It >s not the fatilt of the
judpe lf the law is detectlve. The
fault Uo3 wlth the votera, who cau
ohanpe it, and who can BlBO amend a
CO-BUtUtlon if that instrmnent has im
I ooed B limitation OO le?i^lation of a
partlcular aort it is paradozkal to
.-ritlcise a jtidce for maklag a certain
declalon and to admit in the IBBM
breath that be kaaw the law and In
terpreted it wlth techalcal correctaeea.
That is eXBCtly what a Judpe OUghl
to be eonuaeaded t'or doing. He is nol
len tO bend the law M as tO make
it BCOOfd with his own personal vi_w
,t tha peraoaal vlew of any citizen or
body c.f eh-aaaa.
it was prohably Colonel Rapaevolt'a
parpoaa to excite prajadke apaiust
fladgea who roapeet the law laatead of
avorridlag it in aceordaace with their
prlvate c^pinious. But that pnrpOBB
must defeat itself. for on BOber second
tbOQght nearly every citizen will BgrOB
that it is far better to have the law
lnterpreted with Odettty an.l exacti
tude than to have it wreated from Its
true nieaniii'i in order to fnrtber some
end of Bodal Jaatlce whlch can ba at
tained nnd onght to l?o attalned
Ihrouph political aetion.
MIXING THE SIGNALS.
Senator Janie- A. OXIornmn aeaaoa
to have fallen a victlrn to the eompHca
iions of an up-to-date Democratk cam
1 :d_n. He falled to appre.-iate th? fad
ihat it is abeolat-ly neceeaary to read
1he latost apeech Of the Presidential
candidate in order to know just where
and how the Democratic party Btanda,
Mr. O'Gorinan has been about Demo?
cratlc national headquartei-.s somewhat
thiB fall. but he has evidently BBglectC I
to keep elose enouph to tho Democratic
eandldate'a cbarlot wheeis to kaow
whether that vehicle was headiag east
In a speech deliverod in Brooklyn
] riday eveninc the junior Senator lrom
thls state puessed that the Wilson band
wapon was poin? one way when. in fact.
lt was traveUlng rapidly in cxactly the
opposite direction. Mr. O'C.orman pro
duced an orution suited to the atinos
phere of the Tariff Clmmber <-f Hof>
rors when, if he hud read th*> BBWO*
j?apersof Frlday morninp. hc must have
noticed that Governor Wilson had per
emptorily closed up the Chamher and
nalled a "To Let" uotlee on the door.
lt was a sad deranpement of the
"team work" about whlch Mr. Wils-.n
Ilkes to talk. The junior Senator nlfht
as well have refcrred to the Democratic
national platform of 1912; which he
helped to complle, as an Instructivc
nnd ui?-to-datf doC-BMOt, althotiph all
the world kaowa that tbe candidate for
Preaident bolda that it contaius no
"jiropramme" at all.
lt was a patbetic case of misunder
atood siKiiais when Mr. 0*Oonaaa ai
] rwed himself to say ln Brooklya lhat
?uo cannol kmsar eadara the [tariff)
"nyatem for which the RepabUcaa
"party is res|M>nsibie." Mr. Wilson said
ln ridladclphia, and apaLn at tlie lladl
B?n s.iuure Garden mearlngi that the
tarlff ayatem was all ripht ln UaeU and
only- needed to be trimined of abnaea
and excreecencea whlch make it itief
fectlvc. The Senator declared iu the
I.. - old-fashioned Democratic- stsle:
"Kemove your proliibitive trade blWB
"apainst toJeiga ImportBtt-Il <>f food,
"clothlnp and other products and tbe
"Arneilcan people would BOt be s<> ;.)>
'?s/,lutely at tbe mercy of tlie tru*is"
lat Mr. Wiison's laat-week-of*Uu*eCBB>
l?;ii^'!i promlae la nol to Interfere arlth
exlstlnf c-omlitions in trade and in
daatry whlch are adjuated to a pro
lectlva basla. He denlea rlgoroaaly
any Intenrlon to "remove" tbe dotlea
en f'KKl, Clothlng and ofher prodOCta,
aad is trylng to conrlnce the voters in
the k'leiit Indnatrlal states that as 1
tariff reformer he i? not t?> be claased
w???- MUIh. C'leveland and liryan. bui
With "Jiiu" Smlth, Briee, ftOTtMfl Bfidl
Mr. OUorman shouid bnve nmik' his
Brooklyn Bpeech i month ago. att.
Wllaon araa then patroulslni tba Tariff
CtsflJBheT of Ilorrors nnd thOOghl ttmt j
ho waa miikinu' VOten bv floinf BD
NOW he has dlsCOVered ttUtt it [
better t" comptiment tba protectlve
systoui tlitin t. BbtlBB it. If Mr. o'Cor
niiiii bad been a umre Hiecesafu] stu
iiont of wiHonism ho would have eon
rerted his apeech in Brooklyn into an
itTJiiimi enlogj of protectlon and ecboed
Mr wtlaon'a fervenl proteat thnt tho
DeUsOCretic party's attitude toward
protectlon la no more hoBtlk to it than
that of tho Kepubliran national plat?
form of 1906.
THE NOMINATION FOR VICE
Tiu- Buggeatlon of The Tribune that
tbe membera ol tbe national commit?
tee be askci ror an Immediate stnte
incht of their rfewi as t-> a BtoCCeseor
to Vice I'residetit Sherman on tho Bt>
pubUcan ticket has been fJoUowed by
Cbainnan Hillee, and many replii-s
i ave ajrendj i.n recetved. lf repllea
from a sulistantial majority ?>f the
committee to-day ?how a clear trend
of scntiniont In favof of any man tho
t'act shouid bo at OOCB nntiouihvd. II
is too late fOf a fonnaJ n<>inlnntion be
fore election, bm it is bifhly impor
tant that tbe voters shouid have the
ftiiiest poaelble Ufhl on the lotentlon
of the party Ieaders and the probBble
choiee of a candidate
it is nnfortonate that the attempl to
canvuss tlie committee was not made
earlier, but, late as it is. there is -li'.i
time tor tlie party to glVB tlie people of
the country the clear understandiug of
its dispceltion to which they are en
WILSON ON CORPORATIONS.
(Jovernor Wilson's BBBl for such state
iTCUlation of cononitions as will pre- i
rent them from enjoying Bpecia] prlvi
legea and monopollea at the expenae of
the pts.pl.? appean to make an ezcep
tion ln favor of BOme Of those coi
porationfl of hls own state which bava
long been regarded as moel oppreaaive
it wiu be recalled, f?>r example, tbai
a bii] was Introduced into the Legli
lature by a Bepubllcan Benator pro
viding for the abolltion of tho danger
oon grade croaelnga on which many
peraona are killed or Injnred erery
year, and for its beinp done ai the
coal <>( the railroade, as expreaaly pro
vided in their chartera. Not wlablng
the Itepubllcans in the Legialature to
win tlie popular favor which the pu
sage of suoh n bill WOUM give them.
the Governor fousht agalnat it*- enact
ment. BBd when lt was finally DBSsed
ia spite of bim he refuBOd tO Blgn ii.
his chief objection hebiK that it would
be a bardablp to the railroads.
Ajrain. the Repnbllcana, before he be?
came Governor, provlded f,ir the thor?
ough physleal revaluation of the rail?
roads hy a competenl expert ThJj
work?however lateUtgent opinion may
dlvide as to the general adriaabillty "f
such undeitaJtlnga- waa done in a mnn
ner which eoumianded the inter.-t and
admlratlon "f authoritlea all over tbe
country, and us a reaull the taxable
valuatlon of the ronds was largely b>
Craeaed, as the people of the state had
long suspo.-t.-d it shouid be. Bul BOW,
?aya ex-Benatoi FreUnghuyaen, ihe
State Hoard of Assess.irs. three of
whoae four memben were appointed hy
Governor Wilson, has set a*ido tbat
work and has redured the aaeeeamtnta
t<> a rigure acceptable to the railroi di
some sixty milllon dollais below tlie
valuation of tbe expert. It will ls- re
inomhered, l>y the way. tbal Governor
wilson baa been sneering at experta ln
t,is eampaign apeecbea. Evldently be
prefers to bave aome corporatloni aa
Beaeed by politiclans of hls own s< 1.? ??
tion rather than by impartia! men who
have tbe autborlty uf special knowl
Bx-Senator FtellngbuyBen also eaiis
attentJon bo anotber Ragrant example
of this pretentiona tru>t eontroller'i
partiallty f..r certain fBTOnd eoi|iiira
tions. Last summer school money to
the amount of aboul $8?00,000 was on
depoell In certain hanks. wfalcb were
lOBJllng it at a high rate of interest to
tbe very sehoois to which II belonged
and to which lt oogbt to bave been dli
tiihnted BCCOrdlnf to law. This state
nf aiT'airs wns due to the BctaOO, or lack
of actlon, of the DeatoeratJc Controller
and of Governor Wllaon'a Board of
Assessors. And when the State l'.nanl
of Kducation, a hipartisan bodj, ap
psaled t<> ti e Governor t.> put an end
to tbe sltuatlon by bavlng the money
distrihuted to tho s.iioois. be "nevef
"even aoknowledged thecoiniiuinlcation,
"which was delivered into bla own
?hands." NOT is lt known that ho has
since BpologlBad wltll a "foiL'ive my
THE RESULT IN CUBA.
It matterod nothlng to the (Jntted
Slates whether lii'iieral MenOOal or
Mr. Zayas was elected Preeldent of
Cuba. So fur as we know, both are
ht. iu ehuracter and nhillty. t<> till the
ofllce tu the satisfadlori of fgrtdyn BB>
tjQM and particnilariy of this nation,
which has spe.i.il relations with the
Insular rapnbllc. Bttber, that i< to
say. would realfaaa the IdeaJ which was
expreeaed at the time of oor Interven
tion in IflBd as Ihe objoct <>f that BCt,
"to cstabilhb n stahie Bjovernmenl
'?(ai.ahle of inalntaiiiing order and oh
Haervlng its mtertmtionB] obllgatjona,
"iiisuriiig petee ami tranqullllty and
"the aeenrity ol Ita .itizens as well as
"our own." 'ihe I'nlteil Slates a^-ks
nothlng more than thal and could be
satisfiisi with nothlng leaa. Whether
Geoeral Menotal or .Mr. /ayas WOUld
serve the pui'ely Intein.tl and domectic
Intereata <>f Cnbg the better was a
(Itiestioii for the <'ut.ans themsohos to
declde, wilh which we had BOthlnf
Hut it did matter greBtly tfl tbe
l'nlted States that a I'lesidcnt shouid
l.e chosen iu Cnbfl in a eonstitutio IflJ
HMIBIIff sUfd withmit breach ol UM
peaCB 'f there were a|ii?reheiisioiis
bere that BOCh WOOld n->t he Ihe case
they were tmt gratuitous or unwar
ranted. OnbBna tbeniaelvea were at
leael bi fJfafjrfnl <>f tronble as we, ind
tbere Vtll i" tho wat two or three
areakfl of the campaign omlnooa indi?
cations of liupoiiUliial dlsturhuiice. With
those ih" Oabaa governnienl deall
prODptly and lirmiy and, as 00* BB
peara, effectively. We nrist assuine
thal it has alao acted arlth Unpartlality
an.i Jastlee, so aa to panall a free aad
boneel whilo compalllag aa orderly
electloa rpon thla Behleveaient it is
to be heartlly congratalated. The v* ?
suit is a profi nnd relief to tlie Unlted
states an.i wiii doubtleaa prove i groal
benefll t<> Cnba.
For, in view of tbe aahappy fre
quency of nncooetltntlonal metboda m
aome otber l.atin Amerkaii atatea bor
derlng upon tbe Caribbean Bea, it !a
M incoiisideral'le thlng for one of the
foremosl Of those state.-. tO set an cx
aruple of loyalty t<? law. it is ? demon
etratlon of the Increaalng. aptltnde for
orderly self-covoinment among a I.le
wboae aatocedenta did i:"t as markedly
us our own condoce to thal and. Thla
l_ tbe result whlch doea greatly matl ;r
to the I'nlted Btatea, and whlcb m it
tera m<'t'e than anythlng elae to
Cnl ana tbemaelvea, II is of far o
Importance to the Cnhaa Etepubllc io
bave an eieciion conducted lawfally
than to bave any one partlcular candi?
date choaen. The defeated party
Bbould, and we doabl nol wlll, reallae
thal it is better for it io ba defeated
bonestly and legall] than it would bave
been f->r it to win bj metboda of doubt
ful legallty. In thal rlen of ihe
Frlday laat was an auaplcloua daj In
tbe l uiiaii calendar.
A PRIZE WINNERS WORK.
Tho work of Dr. Carrel, this y<
Nobel prize wlnner ln medlclne and
aurgery, la dlacuaaed wlth blgb pro
feeeional aotbority In The Lancet," of
London, althougfa it i- fraakly ?
i.-v>,h| ihal in Kngland much leaa la
known of it than mi-ht be desircd.
He is recogntxed aa having worthllj
followed in the path whlch the epocbal
achlevementa of Ltater opened t.> tbe
wm-ld. and as bavlflg accompllHhed
thal whlcb baa alreadj beatowed bene?
fll npon tbe liiun.in race and Whlch wlll
contlnue bereafter t<> beatow more
Much of his arork lo,of courae, t.?> tech
nlcal f.-r lay anderataadlag, bnl some
of Ita fundameutal featurea wlll Bp
peal to every Intelligeul mii d.
Hla flral Important demonatratlons
were In tbe surgerj of the raaculnr
fiystem. it had i.n supi osed to be
tnipoealble t.? sew or otberwlse lo Joln
tbe ends of a aevered reln or artery, or
ev? n tO ClOBB Wlth a BUttl ?' a CUl <T
pnnctnre ln the alde of one, bnl to be
?ary to emploj n llpament. I
than ten yeara ago it was argu id be
fore aurglcal aodetle*) thal any attempl
to sea together the cul endt of a I I
w-^-i was doomed t.. fallure. Dr.
entlre practlcablllty of the n|>eratlon,
however; the reqolalte ? be?
ing perfeet aaepala and akllful and auf*
tiy delicate technique I i
tliat be proce< ded to demonstrate
practlcablllty of replaclng an InJ i .
,,r loel aectlon of an arterj <.r
wlth a plece <>f another vessel, aud thls
remarkable operatlon li
recognlzed i" practlce
Tbe practlcabllitj of Ihna trana-|
plantlng portlona of thevaa.
aaggeated to blm nexl the posslblllty "t
performlng the - ime marvellou
wlth other organa, aad his ezperli
in thal dlrectlon mel wltb gratl
suci ess. Several of Ihe \ ital 01 -
eapacially the kldneya, bave tbua been
traoapktnted from one anlmal to an?
other Of the san:.- B'teClea, and I
bave been accepted by tiieir nea ?
vtronmenta and bare llved and per
formed tln-ir natural functlo
fectly as though thej bad alwayi be
longed there. In addltl
ahown thal a ae< tlon <<f h bl
may be remored from one anlmal, t> ?
kepl for aome daya or
eold atorage and * I * * n be ?u
i Implanted lo another anlmal, even in
one of another spt clea and In auol: ?
parl of the drculatory bj rteiu. Tbua,
i plei.t 9 raln may be taken I
tt,.' body "f a dog, !"? I
for ;t week and then be Inserte I i
parl of an arterj ln a a t. ln
caees in whlcb tbeee operatlona bave
been performed upon human Bubjecta a
Bucceea al leaal equal t.> thal ln the
ca-e of animals baa been attain.-d.
The poaalbllltlea of such practlce, In
tlie ellmlaatlon of dlseased or Injured
tlaauea and organa and tbe replaclng <>r
them witli aouad Hii.-s. are greal be
yond the reach of apecalatlon, nnd
i they abnndantly proclalm thelr di>
coverer a benefactor of the r
A UALKAN OBJECT LESSON.
a trlple objed lesaon li preeented to
the world In the Balkan eampalgn, al
whlcb perhapa the greater parl ?-f the
world feeia aatonlahment, bnl whlch i
after all, when analyaed, almoa com
monplace ln its naturalnesa. n is true
thal tba eampalgn has proceeded wlth
altaosl Qnezampled rapldlty. n la
still leaa than a mootfa since the flral
Irregalar Bklnalahea occarred on the
Ifontenegrln border In adva ?ce of any
declaration of war It is only skt.-.-n
daya ataee the offldal beglnntng of tbe
war between Turkey and tbe Balkan
Leagne An.l to-da] albaala, Macedonla
and Bamella are OYerran by conquer
ing tovadera aad tha trtnmpbaat Bnl
gara ire at tbe gatea of Conatantinople.
\,,t c\(-ii the Qerman brraptlon iiit<?
1-Tance ln the TerriLle Year was OOOI
parable arlth that 1 et tbe explanatlon
is so 8iin|.ie and oonvincing as t., oaaka
lt seem tliat this marvel was Inevttable.
Tlie flral itetn of the expianatlon la
ihe oomplete preparadneBa of the mem?
bera of tbe Leagaa for al taaal four
Iyeara, or since tbe aeliare <>r tba Ber?
vlan prorlacea by Anetrla-Haagary
Ijaal foar yeara ago laal moatb aad tbe
Bubeequenl eooatrabslag of Serrla Into
siii.mission by tbe sain.- preat power,
tbe foar atatea bave beea anbordloat
lag every other interest and uetivily
io the taak of preparing th nnselvea for
tbe 'IrrepreaalMe e,.nt!i.t" whlch tbey
Ipercelved before them. Tlie result wiis
[tbal when the time cane . a time se
I leeted by themseives to snil lln-lr own
eonvotiicu'e. they were ready i;i every
detall to |M.ur their IsgtoBfl throogh tbe
Hhotlopian jiasses with lrresistlble Im
petus. Ofl tln- other liaii.l. ihe Turks
wera aaproparad aad arara oaagbl aap
plnp. They had heard tbe cry ,,f
"Wcdf!" so Often that th.v iiad c.-ased
to ragard it. aBd they trusi.-d in the
COBCert of Ihe preat poWOH lo k.e|i
tlie neacc 1'reparcdness a?.iin-t un
pfeperodnoai eaa hata only one re
The other item is that of secrecy.
Perbapa never before ln blstory eme
;iil l.iiiope BO li.sidw inked. Nobodf
ontaJde of tbe Balkan Btataa seems to
have known what was going nn. No
i.idy knew of tbe fonnatloa of tba
Balkan League, oi of tbe raat mliitary
preparatlont whfch were ln progreaa.
ihe Utteal jrear booka and offlcial ra*
portJ COOtlnoed to rate the various
armlee ai Inconaiderablc rtrength and
InefBctent equlpnieni and ttiBcipttne.
No Inkling of tbe aaw^etalre Intentloo
of the gtatea came oot Moreorer,
when the war began it was legun Be>
hind a veil ..I' inip.'iieirable seci'.-ey.
Tho cenaorablp kapt uorreapoaklentB
from tho front and dhmatCbei from
returnlng to the rear. Not until the
blowa fell waa there any warnlng of
the dlrectlon from which they were to
come or ..f the objecttre upon which
they were to fall. Had Turkey known
in advance the plami "f the Invadera
-ho could s.'arcely have fniled them.
Not having the sllzhtest kuowhilge of
them, she could not even perceptihly
delay their executlon.
Tho thlrd leaaon is that of the ??s
gentlall) Qncbanglng cbaracter of war.
Eligfa power exploalaea, the vaatly ln>
rronsed range of firearma, tiu- mar
velloug developmenl of weapona ??f pre
cision and all ebN that sciem ?? has
done for warfare hav.- oot yet reu>
dered obaolete the man-to-man confllct
iu bayonel cbargea which ln oldtima
wara waa generally tho altimate ar
blter. ln th.- Napoleonlc eampalgne,
ln our Clvll War, in tho Fnneo-Uer
in.in Btruggle, in tbe RiieeoJapnJieee
War and now in this lierce, swift, de
. i-ive atrnggle ln the hlstorlc cockpll
nf ih?" world the same atory ls repeeted
agaln and Bgala Armlee, bowerer
(Huiipped and manoravred, are Btroply
great collectlona <>f Indlvldnml fighting
. .1 warfare between them con
siM> ln th" tbouaandfold or hundred
thouaandfold repetition of ti e proceaa
of one man'i trylng to klll another.
And the man who i< the lh-?ter pre
pared to klll, ami wbo takea hla antag
onial by aurpriae, is ti.e llkeller to do
The hosji'al CTOCted ln memory of
ranh w. Hi??ins, whicn waa
? . ii. an, is a iit
.m v- bom
? 1 the
? ? honor. Governor
mseli id ama given
of 1 i ??
and hla " publlc afl
wera n I
ln ambltlon or dlrei td to
? i . i forced on
him I ' ?'? ?' !'or,,?
I truats. WhlCh
No man dew
publlc dutlea arlth more of
Inflaxil :?? Inti gi lt) ? u
h. made hlmaelf
: th- state and
much t> ' orderti and
? aith greal I onquea
taklni k adlng part in
m of ref I the
? ? : n. lli. m ?!
?implblty i oftan
-;(..] the i ibllc from fui:; r
g hls ah : ? Od \w.rk, f.-r
let otbera I
the credlt !!?? i-i ?'' him - ;f without
f the i le, ln
? .; m gplte of m< rtal dlaaaaa la
j? tf. ,?? m every ob?
? ti hla ofBi e aad - ???' ??
? ., ? ourtei to hll luccei
? weeka after the expiratlon
of hla term ln l live < h dr. Ha
mai ' good (io\ ei nor,
vernor Wllaon aald arlth
In? h ... promlaed lo do und then
,vi... ii ? rhe Bvi oing
aa the Btar i! ? ed < loddeaa, r< ?
polnl al which it can approve the pur?
ol ,i i >? mocratlc candidate for
denl to do only what waa prom
I* i in thi tl i roughly protectlonlat He
b natli il platform of 19091
Thi Inventory of the estate ol Pat
rlch Ei. .McCarren reveall tba fa< t that
be was a atudeni ?.t' Bpl< tetua, loo.
wbat is perhapa the limit of inde
> in campaignlng la reacbed i>y
one of Mr. Rooaevalt'a organa when it
iries to wrangla with it- opponenta
over th.- coffin of Vlce-Preeidenl Bher?
man mi. Wllaon'a followera with greal
decorum d< ded to abandon thelr prc
j <. t -. t Baturday parade, and tha Ra*
publlcana nav.- up plana for aome meet
: for tbe eva of Mr. Bherman'a
i funeral. u is left for Progreaalvea who
have tbed ao many teara about tbe
of campaignlng to mlarepre
i lona .iiiii try to imike.
polltical capltal out of the reapeet
?hown to the dead.
THE TALK OF THE DAY.
pedesttiani on Broadway reeentlj ha\*?
notlced man] wazea, aroodea ami plaatef
fonus of aromen, prdlnaril] ueed for the
i.ni (.; .11 playing femlnlne aapares,
on ahow In tha wlndowa mlaua -1.1 ? elotb
Ing, ona man who eaaed "t them aad,
lurae, tha men do gaaa al then >*aui
' to a eompanlon: "W.n, thoaa fetlowa
wiu wrlta lha Jokaa foi ti.e papera i ?
do i "i down what they aaa, aad de aol
maha up iheii Johea i ra just fouad aut
of the huaaorlat! To wrlta dowa
! what avsrybody aeea, bul t? i?ut an angla
lo It WhlCh every one tlilnks he ouglit
to have aeea Tha ether day i read a
)okc abcal " Baan wha aakad hia arlfa if
bad aeea any of the Invialble dressen
Bbi lold him it waa uapaaelbla to
bj thlngB, and v.antid io know
wbat h>- wi.H talklng about. 'Why,' le
repUad. 1 just r.-.oi a dreaamaker'a ud
vertiaement, la whlob aba offered t>> make
?a with er wlthottl BMstaciaL' Ami
the man wbo WfOta thal joke mu?t have
got hll Idea from these models; because,
\ouii notlce. 'his is ? gewa ahep,N
"How did you become aa actor'.' I
vou stuiii.d Hhakaapaarj and
rnaatera f..i ntany weary houra
"Nol eaactly," r< iponded the promlnenl
.ni actor by maklng ti
bit ln u jiliieh."?Washington
"l.|.-ph,int? no long.r command the hi.h
rrbes that thay did ln 19U8-'0?y aa>a
"Tho UritlBh Trade journal." "Wiui
longer leaaes foreat contractora ln Slam
no longer require so many anlmals ?
ihelr forests, as they have more time tn
Whlcb to get their logs Into the floettng
rreeks before thelr l^asea termtnate. OBB*
aeqnently, the demand for elephanta is
no longer so great .ih lt was four yeara
F..r the leader of a natlon
There'a a wunderful elatlpn
When ba geta tba neera <>f victory corn
Bnt there's also comfort waltlng
For the man who heara them atauna
That his efforts hav resiilted in deieat.
Ha can be an eigiu-hour alaaper, m
Ha can atl down t?. his 'three per,
Far .ll^tant from the bustle and tlie roar.
it will not he fovnui eeeentlel
To meet p-ople lntluential
Who hamm.r with petitlons on his ctoor.
He can Blay UM names that please him,
And lndulge th.- moods that selze him
If he wanta to take a trlp to forelgn
i\o cafl glve a cheery greeting
To ca.-h friend he may he meetlng
And not put in the whole day shaking
There is joy ln the endeavor
To ba powerful or clever;
Hut when a strugKle has been gotten
Ther.- Is surelv comp.-nsntlon
ln th.- biissfui relaxaUon
Of the man wbo haan'l v.iry mueb to do.
"There is no Patholic vote.-' says
"Ainerl.-nn," a Roman CatbollO publica
tl.>n; 'there Is nothing to prevent CathO
lUs from votlng for any on.- of them
[tha caadldatee] if polltlcalljr so m
ellnedi there is no apeelfleaHy f'athoiic
<iuestion to ba detennIned;andne errlter,
Bpeaher or journai la autborlaed to ad
vlse opposition to them. or justltW-l In
oppeetng them on Catholio grounds.
Thera .. ie catbollee of good atan.ilng
promlneriUy connected wlth each of the
three partlee, aad if a aenae of the pub
11c feod dptermines thelr action thelr
res may be ,it rest..Hie
American leraellte** informa Its readers
thal "there is he each thtng aa thr Jew
ish vot.-. Jewe, aa ? elaaa, are the
atrongcat Indlvlduallata of aay, Any
Jen u ho elalma there la a Jewish %ote ls
?.-<-ktnK to expioit tha Intereeta aad
hoa ?r of his peopla No Jew oagbt to
vote for aay man merely because he 1?
,, Jew. in peUtlcal mattera every sen
alble man wlll be gul led by his own po
Htleal eonvlctiona and not be fnlluenced
by rellgloua or ra< lal aftlllatlons."
?AVho *raa that seedy lndlvldual I eaw
von nlvr half a crown tot"
?An old llterary friend of mlne; nuthor
of Ten Thousand Waya or Maklng
Biblical References Suggested by
Politics of the Day.
? e Edltor of The Trlbune.
sir: Hlatory alweye repeate ttadt, This
la uh:it Klns Bolomon meant whea he
wrote: "Tbara la nothlng n?-w under the
?un." Tha only dlfferenca ls tn form.
Colonel Rooaevelt can at eompared with
Kerab nn.\ the two hundred and flfty
prlnoea In Numbere, *m. and arlth Abaa
lom. n looked blue for a tlma for King
DmvM, deacrlbed m th-- Blbta, arhleh is
Intended by Almlgbty Qod aa a sutde for
manklnd, and not the french RevolaUon.
How many tlmes has l'res<ldent Taft
ked, :<'r tha pui poea i f putting
blm ln th<- hole wlth one rlaas or tha
i- u rlghl thal ara pay t_>e_ to
.:..,,*. rell area President
. wlthoul any right or
authority, to oa?I tha prln-as of tha
. . . ? -., ;?:.-? aa "lo Ood Wa
ha li out of aflaea aad aaya
II ? ba i BBhtlng tba battle for tha
lon, his foUowera sing
mna Can hypootiay -?nd mookery
Never before la the history of tba
st.,;..? haa there been BBCh B p<>
Iltlcal BabeL Tha Democrata and Bull
taK.> advantei.t the stupid
... That is to bay,
,ke them belleve that lf ? .?? ted
I accomptteb the impweaH li. ai d
.-ii tli'-.-o- rla.vs.-M ..;?? healthy.
tbey have conaumptlon ln * political
Ona ounce ef pra.tlre |p better than a
pound of thea i Preaident Tafl has weii
earned re-eleetlon and tba wrrtar wlll be
,. h dla ippoUtted in tne ?
aeaoe end la ? "> tba american
peopla tf ha '?? aol re-elected by a reeord
oa majorlty. Wlth a Republican
Congreaa In his aecond term, Preaident
Tafl Baa tlnl.-h tba progressive work
which he has oo_uneaced, arhleh wttl ba
? weifdie aad advancement ol tha
ITaltad Btatea and tba Betleoa of tba
,?,-, , JOHN BAHNMNFELD.
leklya, Oet 9\ wi:.
TWO SURPRISED LADIES
They Were Excluded from Sulzer
Rally at Star Casino.
To tba 96 tor af Tba Trlbune
sir if wiiham Bulaer is la favor af
woman'a raCraga be aboaM look to the
eonduvi ?f bla eaaapalga maaagera i~^t
Dlfhl another lady un.i myeelf wlth er
ebeetra ttcketa a?era refaaad Bdmtttaace
to tne s ...- , ?- al tba st.,r Caatno on
tha ground thal thoea tlcketa arere for
,,,,,, only, altheugb thoea vary tlcketa
irere alvan to a woman by a Tammany
Hall wolker. The lti.lt'-s were BOOMWbat
aurprlaed, aa they did aet -aoar that la
Amerlca woman arara ex.iuded from po?
LF.NA li CHAFMAN.
NOW York. oct. H, Ntt
FROM ONE WHO WAS HIT.
To tho l_clltor Of The Tribune
Sir I know aaaaetblBg ub,,ut the panlc
Of I?:i3 At that tlmc I was wlth a larRe
brn?li inaniifacturuiK concorn. ln th
winter >>f MM aa iM a koo.i buBtaeea, but
in the Bununer of 1M8, when oar cis
luiaara aboaM have IbM ln thelr Ball
stock. none would buy except for Imiiie
Atate wan?H, aiaeatlag that a reduetloH
la th,> tariff arouM aaaae u peaafbta to
buy fon-ign aaada bruabea cheapar than
Aun ii.an. a? axpeeted, tha larttf was
reduoadt tba mark.-t was Booeed arlih
Oertnan, Preaoh and Japaaeaa gooiis at
prloaa which coui.i n??t ba met bj Ameri?
can labor, Bad the brush makera who dhl
not loaa thelr Jobs had thelr wagBB CUt 0"
l?-r .?> nt. Aa a result of the opening thefl
ftVOfl tl.'-m, the foretgn brush niak.-rs te
day control the American market la cer?
tain llnes dOBBfta tba tarlff. Only a short
time alnc u manufacturer show-.l BM
some bruabea which, BMfadlBg the manu
faet?rer*a ami jobbar'a are?t and -w per
cent duty. sold f<>r less than labor alone
would BOBl him even with the cheapt-.t ot
1 Jodga that what Oovernor Wilson
doaae't knoW about tho panlc. ot Iti?I
would tlll a Iuik. volume.
OXI-: WHO WAS HIT.
Brooklyn, Oct 31, 1912.
,?._.._?? i. ???_? - ... ? ?.|
A VOTER A3KS A QUESTION.
To the Falltor of The Trlbune.
8lr: "Tom" Lawaon says he heard
noeeavMt "pledga Ma aaered honor to th*
rUlf?BMQl of hla every promlae." Wlll he
obaerve thls as saeredly aa he did that
other unaolicltcd but bolemn pledge?
? x>nc laland Clty. N. T.. Nov. 1. 101
People and Socia\_ Incidents
NEW YORK SOCIETY.
Kuburban life wlll be well to the fore
thls week, the last before the opening
night at the opera atgnallsai the com
men.ement of the regular ,\Vw York ??*?
.son. Ah usual, Election H..v will be aaadO
tha oc.-aslon of hospit.itity ut all the coun?
try riubs. where there wlll ba programaeei
nf open alr sports and paatlmea for mem
bera ami their gueeta whlla the Maadbw
Brook Blaaplarbaaa AaaoHatioh wiu have
lt- annnal Biaatlng at the Belmont I'ark
Termlnal in the afternoon. One. of the
features there will be the Nursery Han
dlcap, ln which all Ihe best horses that
have been radng at I'iping Rock and at
the United Hunts meetings Will partici
pata for a cup presented by August Bel?
mont. There are also other Interest mg
events Inteuded to attract ? large gatb*
ering not only of that partb ular DOrtJOO
Of New Yoik so.i.ty knOWB an the I^ong
Island set, but Uhewiaa of people not
identifled thercwith from town.
The men wlll dertva addirioiial enjoy
ment lu the raCOl because Of tha feeling
that before putting ln uppearance at the
M they have pati lotlcally fultilled
thelr duty as citizens by castmg their
vote at the polla an-i thus belping lo aa
termln- the desunles of their natlve land
during the next four years. Whlla "i aal
years men som.'tlmcs Bagleet either to,
register or to vote, the ImpOTU n<" of a
Presidential alectlea la paeogntead even
hy the most ftiVolOUa and pbasure lovlng
, of the fashionable world. and on thls oc
; casion la partJcolar, where ao oauch b at
stake, lt would be looked upon by soeiety
as bad form to DSgleet UM < astmg ol one's
Tbe Ifoadou Bteoa meeting on Tueaday
ls not the only one of the week. Th-re
i wiii I..- aaotber red letter day for the
racing contJngenl on Batarday, when tha
ennual racea take plaea at Oreat Neck
'wiiiiam R. and ?'? P. Oraae, Maleotmi
Isteveneon, B. osgood icii, r. 11 BoeMne,
j. o. Mllburne, jr.. Pietcher Barpei
1 II. L Bell at.- the committee in Cbarga af
1 medo wlll be en fete on Krlday even?
lng ln connectlon with the annnal Bal?
lOWeea ball at the clubhouse, and most of
tho vfllaa and cottages in tba park will
be Olled for the oocaaion arlth say house
partk moet of which wlll eatend over
the week end. The attendan-e at tha ball
wlll be rdnforced by tha preaence of the
membera of tha Motor Car Tourlng r5"
clety, wbo wiu run down te Tuxedo for
i who wiii ba
talned prlor to the dance at u dinner
gtvea by thelr president, Albert I
Oallatln, at the elubhouaa Among tha
members ara Etobeti Qoelet, Wllliam B
Oagood Fleld, Ogden Ifllla Baad, Marahall
it. Kernochan, Vlncenl Aator, Thornton
gnd Orme Wllaon, J' . Harold B Va
| biit and Hermana Oelrlcha Many of tha
debutantea of tbe Impendlng New Tork
m laen wlll, aa uauai, ba seen at the ball,
and it la thelr preaence on these eccaetona
! that aiwaya rendera tba Hdlloween dance
! at Tuxedo so intere-'
W ?? elgn omcera and vlafl ira ara arr
Itbia w.^k in conalda i le numbera for
thi greal National H - ow it> Madl
aon Bojuara Oarden, a ?: ana leaa ti.an
a fortnlght beaee. Tha Bngbeh contin
gent, due here within tha next fea
Includea Captain it H. Ifarvyn Ci ia
an.i Lleutenaat B, M. Btewan Rlchard
of the llth H
nel Paul a. Kenna, oi
hUna Qeorgi ?
i lolonel K< ni a la a famlllar flg i
Madison Beuare Oarden, having attended
several of tha prevlo ia ahowa l n He
.v. d not only tha Dlatll I
Bervlce Order, bul alao thi Vlctorla
rroHs, for ? feal of nerotam under tha
[flre of tha anemy, and bolda a life.-.
medal for resculng a drowning man from
the watera of ti.e Uffey, ;it Dublln. Colo?
nel Kenna, who la aecompanled by bla
wtfe, wlll on landlng go to Lahee
stay with Mr. and Mrs. <; orge Gou d at
Qeorgtan <*ourt for a I taklng
up th.;r quartera at tba Waldawf-Aetorla
?; int Btewart B who is
also to ba a auest >>f Mr. gnd Mrs Q
ld al Lak< s.I, la ? cousfa of Blr
Edward Btewart Blchardson, ol Pltfour,
Perth, who baa Joet arrlved ln New xerh
from Canada and is ataylng al (ha Rlta
Carlton. Blr Bdward'a wife, Lady Con
Stewart Kichard."f'ii, .-?> w:del>
kt.uwn on both sides of tha Atlantlc ln
connectlon with ber athieti. preweoa,
?wlmmlng feata and dandng, has re
mained In Bngland,
Lady Baaex has concluded ber threa
weeksf atar ,11 New fork?har Bral rlatt
in many yeara to ber natlva lan
eailed reeterday on board th. wi.
liner Oceanlc for her home ln Bngland to
rejoln her buaband, Lord Eaoex, aad hei
children. Bba waa Mlaa Ad.;.. Beach
Orant prlor to her marriage. Otbera ? ??
ing raaterday aere Colonel Hr Charlea
Allen, one of lha gieat iranmaetera of
Bheffleld, arhera Le la prealdenl ol tha
neeeamar Bteel Cmaaaajr; Mr. and Mrs.
Haven Putuam, Mra J. M.
Lowndea, Mr. and Mrs. f*. l'rai.cls I ?ur
...... Mr. and Mrs. Robert Olbaoo aud
Mis. Henry Cabot Lodg
o/eddtnga for tha eomlng week inciude.
that of Mis* Helen Pargo Bqulera to
william Aator Drayton, whose aagage
menl lu KiiKland was aniio IBjOSd ff>m
thencs In laal July, when tt tooh piaie.
Tbe ceremony wlll ba parfofmed ln Bi
Maitliew'a c'hirch. PodfOTd, N. V., or.
iTednaaday. and wtM ba foUowed by a
weddlng breakfaat glven by tho bride's
uunt, Mrs. lYunk Hunter Potter, at h. r
country ptaee at Katonah, N y. MIm
Sipjiers is a teughter <u' the lata Herberl
(.. Squiera, who wim a I'nit'.t Btatea Mln
ister both la Quba aad in Paaama, wm
lam Aator Drayton is a son af I, Coleman
; Drayton and " gnmdaaa therefoea of tho
' lato Mr-. Wllliam Astor.
Mra. nbrldea T Oerry*a boaae at Plfth
avenue and Bai -tieet wlll be the scene
on Ue.eniber o. from 11 in the niorntng
untti >; In tbe evefdng, of a baaaar for the
benetlt of the work of the Anglkan Sls
tera, at I'eekBkill. N. Y. A nainb.r of
young women, friends of Miss tfabel and
Miss AageUoa Oerry, Wlll take part ln tho
affalr. and as^lst in the selling of the ar
rtalaa U may be reoallad that la^t wlntac
Mrs. \'anderbllt lent her house in Flfth
avenue at llth street for a bazaar in ald
Of tbe Slbyl Carter Misslon among Indlan
Mr. and Mrs. Reginald ?'. Van.i.rbilt.
who have been staylng at the Yandetbilt
liotel, have bas.-.l a large apai tmeiit ln
the new apartment house at the north?
west corner of I'ark avenue an.i Mth
street. lt 1b a corner apartment of bIx
tecn rooms, with a southern exposure.
Mr. and Mrs. George t* fanngla have
arrived In town from Hot Bprlngs, Va.,
and are at the Plaza.
Mrs. Danlet 1'alne (iriswold is booked
to s.ui on November 26, to apend th<: win?
ter ln tba south of France.
Mrs. IsTrhOf Kountze, who has been
btld up for a number of weeks past at
Newport with u fracture of the hlp, sus
talned from a fall, wlll be brought to he*
home in New Vork to-morrow nlght by
the Fall Rlver Une.
Mr. and .Mrs. Artluir Coppell wlll ar?
rive in town from their place at Tenafly,
N. .1.. fOT tba BBBBBB BB VVYdtn-sday next,
and Mr. and Mrs. Chariea F. Hoffman
wlll ooma to town for the winter from
Cazenovia, N. Y., on Saturday.
Mrs. Joseph Tuckerman Tower has ls
Buad i arda for a rooaptioa on Saturday
aftarnoon next, at lu-r vllla at Tuxedu,
lor the debut pf le-r daughter, Miss Mary
Mrs. K. 11. Hariman has arrlved lo
town from her country place at Arden,
N. V-, and is at th.j St. Rcgla for a Uw
Mra. I.ewls BtiijiaaBBl Chanlcr la at
the (Jotham for the week end
Mrs. Charles H. Isnam has movci froro
Kast ttfd Btroet to Weet 17th street.
Mrs. Jarnea Mott Haitshorne haa issued
Invltatlona for a danea on December 13 at
her houae, la Kast (Mth street, for her
daughter. If?M BlOB?OB Ilartshorne, oa<
ot tba debutantes of the aeason.
Mra F.rim.md L Buyllea, Frederick 8.
BHaa, Mr. an.l Mrs. A. U. Burnham and
si.- Algamon and Lady Plrtb are arri\
Ina ?Ua naornl?a from Uverpeel on bo_r.
the Cunard lintr LBCOB?L.
IR>- Teleeraph ' ? aaa 1
Newport, Nov. _.-A uiimer for thlrty
gtioeta was glvea this evening by Mr*.
M redea J. Perry at Bleak Houae. ln
ol tba Mrtbday of bar huaband.
? William v". Pratt ?'*3 * dinner en
? r tbla evening.
Beveral of tbaaa Intareeted in following
tha heaada were out for a hunt through
Middl.-town and Portsmouth thls after?
noon. Tba start was made from tbe
term Of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Van Rureri,
and tba hounda halonglng to Commander
William V. Pratt, which were recently
brought from the South, were used for
the tlrst time.
Having deeed Ibatr cottage, Mr. and
Mrs. James Grlswold Wentz are at the
.\>-w Cttfla for a short time before going
to New York.
IN THE BERKSHIRES.
[By T<-.ei?i'apii to Tlie Tribut.O
LeaO?, Nov. Z.?Tbe direotors of the Ae
< analen rarm Bchool in South Lee, ai*x
: BedgWtck, Hr. Wllllam O. Thomp
BOB, l>t- Austin F. Riggs, Hernard Hoff?
man, Olraud Peeter, .-vimuel Frothlng
; lmm, Newbold Morrta ar.d George W. Fol
,.,111. hava apptted for tha Incorporatlon ol
BCbOOL The Inatltttttoa waa a gift
l to tha Bplacopal dloceea by the M
; Amy M. and K.lith M Kohlsaat, of New
*i ork, Who bought the land and estab
Uebed aa endowment
William K Vanderbllt Is a guest ot Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel SteVens Sands, ln Leb
!. neeto ?;. BVJbrl is a gueet ?f Mr aad
' Mrs. Cortlandt Fleld Blabop, at The Ma*
- Man Par? ?-. who haa been at
Btoaover alnce the depertura of Mr
.Mrs. John R, Peraona, has gotie tO tOWB
Thatcber M. Adama has doaad I
drum Houaa and r< turned ;o Naa Vork.
Mr. and Mra Wllllam l>. Btoane, wbo
wiii return to New Tork on Monday, gav?
well dinn : at Blm CoUlt tO-OJght
. g Bturgla haa i 9t a
Ifra Btursla wlll
? tho mMdli ot ::? _t a
Mi -- k:. bard Wataon QIM<
to-nlgbt a Tyrtngbam for Mr.
Mra Rol .-n 9 Chapta.
NOTES FROM TUXEDO PARK.
TUXCdO Park, NOV. t?Mr. and Ml -
Lewli B| -??? er Morrla hava a house purty
of thlrty-thn a M \ an i Mrs. f. B
ara entertalnlna a party of thfarti
Mr. aad Mrs. Herman
I Mrs. O. W. Poreyth, Mr.
len and Mr. and Mra
r .". .:? \
Mr. and Mrs. Winthrop McKim.
hava t.n abroad, hav. o;M>ned tbeb
i f,>r tho aeeaoa.
' Other lata arrtoala are Mrs. Henry 8.
nond, Mr. and Mrs Joeeph T. Tower,
I Mr:-. Ainory S ''aiKin BBd Mr. and Mrs
! Hei art 8 m
Among thoea wbo had house part: -
a Mr and Mra Howard van I ?
! Mra W. M v. Hoffmen
Mr, and Mra Theodore Frattaghayaan,
Mr. and Mra f. Klngabary CartM and
Mr and Mra P. L, Harbey.
Vlncent Aator wlll spen.l Sunday wlta
Mr. and Mra Tl aodore Prattagbeyaea
Mi - Prench Vanderbfit was a vi.itor at
Tuzodo on Tbureday.
Among those who are here for Suncia:
ara Wllllam Boytea, Jr.. Henry S. Hooker.
C E. Barrow, Mrs William Post. F. I
Prellnghuyeen, <'tto Andreae, T. <?
COOkB, A. H. MlltOB, Miss Mllton, Mlis C.
D. Hunt, I. J. Hunt, Mrs. A. N Rurk.
' Miss tmrk. Miss A. L. Tanchard. Francli
H. Ktrnniath, Mr. and Mrs. Harlefton
Deacen, C P. Batch, Charles o. Waah
bura, Hamilton P. -rkins. Miss M. A
Mackay an.i A.ldison c'amma.k.
[Bi Talaajreph to Tha :ri.ur.*.j
Boston, Nov. 2 ?Two faniillee of aociul
promlnenoa were unlted to-day ln th*
marrlaga of Miss KatharhM gattaaatalL
Of Mllton. io Pblllp Balch Weld. of NeW
fork. The brlde la the eldest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Phillp I_ SaltonstaJ
Mr. Weld ls the son of Generai Stephen
' m. Weld, of Dodhea an.i Warehem. He
is a aradUatO of Harvard. 0??B of V,
! and 00?neeted wlth the New York I
ef 9, M WeM _ co. cotton bayora uka
! Mr, BaltOBBtall be is a member of tha
Bomereet I 'ino.
The weddlng waa at Intetvale. the MU
I ton home of the Saltonstalla. Tba Bara"
I niony was parfOCmed by tlie Rev. Paul
K.v.ro Frotbini;ham. mlnister of the Ai
llngton street Cbureb, There ware tw.
brtdeomalda tbe Mlaaea Beea and Prai -
Saltonstall. slstera of tho brtde. Th.
1 brtdegroOB* was attaaded by his brother.
I Rudolph W.ld, of New Vork. who ma:
rlcl Mlaa Sylvia C. Parf>ons, of that cltj
Mr. and Mrs. Weld BfO to be at honn- I
i friends after November IS, at No. H.
3oth street, New York.
i r.y t. leataaa ta tba 1 rthaaa i
Boston. Nov. L'. l.aur.-tta J.-ffVrson,
daughter af Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jeffer?
son. atid glBUdBBIIghtar of the late J?
aaph JeaTeraen, the actor, became the
bnde to da.\ of Cbarlaa H. Kaymond. 2d,
of Accomac, Va. The brlde waa glven
away l>y her brotber-ln-law, Ramsey W,
Scott, ot Brookllne. and waa unattended.
The ccicmoiiy occurred ln All 8alnts'
Bptaeepal church, BraafcUaa -nd WM
perfortned by thf Rev. Danlel I>. Addlson.
rector. h wedHag breel__at and recep?
tlon foliowcd at the home of the brtde a
John K Ranks. Jr . was best man. th*
BBbara being Carrington Howard, of
Natlck, and Ward Campbell, of Morris
toWB, Penn. After the honeymoon trlp
' Mr. aad Mrs. Raymond wlll llve la