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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1912.
WKDNKSDAY, OCTOBEIt 2, 1012.
Enured at the I'oat omre at .New York Srrnnd
Class Mnll Matter.
bscrlptlnni by Halt, Postpaid.
n.tt.Y, Per Month to r.n
DAILY, 1'er Year il 00
SUNDAY. per Year 51 no
DAILY A.NDSl .ST. V, I'rr Year ISO
DAILY AND Hl'.ND.VY, I'fr Month .... 75
Postage lo foreign cciuatrlrit added.
Ucliects, money orders, tnbe made pay
Published dally, Inrlmltns Sunday, bv the Sun
I'rlnllneand I'ubll.-hlni: Association nl i:o Nassau
street, In thf llnrough of Manhattan. New York,
l'rcsldrnl nud Treasurer, William (', Ilrlrk, 170
Nassau utrrrt; Vlee-1'restde nl, lldward 1'. Mitchell.
110 Nassau turret; Secretary, Che stf r 8. Lord, 170
liondon office, nfflngham rinuse, I Arundel
street. Hlmn. I.
Paris office, 6 fliie df la Mrhndlere, off nue du
Waahluglnn office, ltlhbs llulldlng.
Urnokljn office, HC l.hlnifMun street.
It our trlrmti irhn turir us vtllt manuscripts for
publtratton trlthtnharf rrjrelltiarllclri relurnedtl.ru
fiuil In rill fairs sent! stamps far that purpose-.
Mtatr I'ol lllcs and State I'lnnnrr.
A rcaditiK of the Republican Stato
platform and the preliminary statements
of Republican politicians makes it
patent that a concerted effort is to be
wndo to attack Democratic Stato ad
ministration on the ground of extrnva
Kdnee. Tho temptation to inako such
an attack is always manifest. A similar
attack was wholly successful against
Republican administration two years
ap-o, but certain essential facts mako it
of doubtful expediency this year.
The followint; table in setting forth
tho figures for Stato appropriations
during the past five years reveaU the
chief fault in Republican tactics:
. 4.'. TOl.mio
s. nun ,000
It will be noted lint in this time there
has been exactly one year in which the
general fund appropriations decreased.
Rut this coincides with the siuglo year,
1911, when the Democrats were in com-
nloto control of both blanches of the I
U-gislature. In the curtent year, which
Assembly shared in the preparation of
approprianon bills and consequently m
A second test is hardly less illurnl-' slow investigation, and the result was
nating. In tho first statement of the that eight months elapsed before they
Republican campaign committee con- were brought to trial,
talned in published advertisements j In these eight months the Mass-ielm-oomparison
is mado between tho totals setts authorities diligently inquired
of tho appropriations in lltll-1'.'. under) into nil the allegations of crimiutility
Dn.and in 1000-lt), under Hi ohks. This ! flowing from the struggle in which the
shows an increase, but the real com- accused Industrial Workers of the World
parison is between the expansion of had participated. As a result, of tlew
expenso under a Republican and n ; Inquiries, one mill contractor killed
lowing table discloses this:
1007 0 . li,.'7S,0eo
lie,, 540.000 ,
In other words, if tho present Demo- j
cratio administration added $9,S29,(XX) I
to the cost of Stato government in the .
past two years the last Republican ,
aamintstration ntmcu H),.40,oki in a
similar period. As for tho Democrats,
it may be presumed that they will be
satisfied to rest their case, on the fact
that the only year they wero in com
jilete, control of State finance saw tho
single decrease in tlm Stnto budget
within the decade, and tho additional
circumstance that in 1011-12 tho general
fund appropriations increased but 13
per cent., against 23 per centTfor tho
last Republican administration.
fiOTrrnor Colquitt's Protest.
Thcro is nt least one. clear precedent
for President Taft's act In consenting
to tlie passage of Mexican troops through
United States territory to engago In
warfare on tho other side of the Rio
Grande. In the autumn of 1876, when
some parts of Mexico wero in n state
of insurrection ngninst tho Federal
Government, which had been recognized
by tho United States, Don Fj.KUTEnio
AvriiA, the acting Charge: d'Affaircs
of Mexico, nsked permission for the
landing of a sinnll body of troops at
Urazos Santiago, Texas, who wero
under orders to nid in tho defenco of
Matamorns, on the southern bank of the
Rio Grande, Permission was granted,
Mr. Cadwaider, tho noting Secretary
of Stnte, Informing Sefior Avila by
direction of President Grant that "it is
expected tho force will not stay un
necessarily long within United States
jurisdiction, and that his (Avida's)
Government will bo held accountable
for any inj'urics which they may com
mit upon persons nnd property during
Iheir stay und on their way to Mexico."
In Tucker vs. AlexandrolT, 183 U. S,,
24, tho Supremo Court said:
"H'hlle no act of Concreaa authorizes the.
utectlve department to permit the Intro
duction of forelirn troops, the power to
! auch permlHlon without legislative
awent wa probably asmimed (o exlit from
the authority of the President n commander
In chief of the military and naval force of
th United Stntei,"
President Tapt has now permitted
n-jveral bodies of troops nt different
times to pass through Texas and Arizona
,for tho purposo of pushing tho campaign
against the rebels in thn northern States
of Mexico. In each case the governors
of those States have been consulted
and lmvo acquiesced, but Governor
Colquitt of Texas, after assontlng to
the passage of u brigado under Genera I
IJUiNQUKT from Kaglo Pass to Del Rio
and Muruthon, has changed his mind !
and Bent tlio following protest to the
HWTctary or htato at Washington.
"Concerning: Ihe movlnc of M.-ilcan
troopi through Tuna from Kagle Pass to
.',)! Mo and Marathon, my Adjiitant-deneral
stlU attention to tho fact that It will ba'j
ty mil march over rough terrltor
frntn Marathon, I desire lo withdraw my
consent for the p.nsaire of these troops
through Tetas until I am advled mote
fully with reference lo lliplr rnovrtnrni.
This dlslaticn through tlif territory referred
to "III Invite dlrlleullles which 1 (In not
want to occur In Tejas."
Tl.o State nepartnirt.t does not re -
,...,.X.,.J , r, .,.:,..-.... u.-.
material, and explains that it was orijji
nally asked as a matter of courtesy. In
April, is,vi, when permission was given
to one hundrel Mexican infantry sol
diers in charge of a raptuiu to pns
throunh l'nitcd States territory on their
way to Knsenada, Lower (California,
Secretary Ui.aink need this lansuaj:e.
"The necessary perini&si6n for these
I .vw.r. In 1 1 A..n-.... ..I" 11. C-..,....'
.VrV'.. if ,n "..ViV,. , V.,
... . ,L- j,.,-
"'"" " .tw .'iciico.iias!
neen Branie(l by tlio hxecutiveofeacli.".
ftllt tlm Jll!nltnl1 inAnia tinv.it In linvn
been raised before whether the Oovernor
of a State could prevent the passuRo of
- ri- .....v-
troops of a foreign Government through
proval lo nn order of the President that
they be permitted to pass.
While the expression of opinion by the
Supremo Court in Tucker vs. Alexan
drofl' only sheds lipM upon the source
of the President's authority to admit it
detachment of Russian marines to man a
cruiser building at. the Cramp shipyard
in Philadelphia, it may bo assumed that
the Executive authority can be exerted
independently of the attitude of the
Governor of any State, for it is the terri
tory of the sovereign I'tiited Stales, and
not the territory of a State ns such, that
the foreign troops are lo be permitted
to pass through.
Thc Struggle In M.ns.'irliu ct I .
Tho mill strikes in Massachusetts,
the attack made on the American
Minister's residenco in Reme, Switzer
land, and tho demonstration against
tho American Consulate in Florence
are parts of a worldwide assault on
law, order and properly inipired and
managed by the Industrial Workers of
the World because that organization has
not been able to intimidate the Govern
ment of the State of Massachusetts.
That Government, acting through it
Pfincl llllti.itif.l rifY.,, ir. i l.'jiv
arrested and impri-ioued three mem-1
b?rs of tho Industrial Workers of the ,
World, charging one of theni asnrincinnl
and two as accessoiles before the fac'
in tho murder of a woman on Janu -
29 of this year. The accused and
their fellows nrntited tli.dr in,, n,...i,...
'and demamleil the immediate conclusion
their cases were d.lllcult of preparation
. and intricately involved with other
urunin.il causes requiring laliorioiis and
himself, and the president of n woollen
manufacturing company with mills nt
Lawrenco und n number of others
who supported the owners in the I.iw
rence strike of last winter were indicted.
When the amazing nature of the criini-
nnl nCi8 i.liarired is cousiderrsl. the fiiil.
tiro to bring to trial the men arrested
last winter is not surprising,
There lias been no evidence of par-
tiality or inequality in tlie conduu of
the Mas.sachusetts authorities. The de
lay that occurred in bringing the three
Industrial Workers to trial was not,
under the circumstances, unreasonable.
Their plight has aroused tho pity of not
a few respectable persons who have in
dorsed tho chargo that injustice was
dono these defendants. This has natur
ally made harder the w oi k of the authori
ties nnd has contributed materially to
the propaganda of the violence, blood
shed nnd robbery that constituto the
objects of tho Industrial Workers of the
World. These objects tho organization
now endeavors to further by intimida
tion of tho oflicers of the United Stales
Government representing it in various
countries abroad, by instituting n gen
ral strike in this country, nnd by every
form of incendiarism and turbulenco
that it can bring about.
To-day tho Industrial Workers of tho
World seek to possess the city of Ijiw
renco nnd to prevent those not in sym
pathy with them from earning a living.
Fully armed for minder, they picket
tho mills, prepared to kill or to present
themselves in the role of maityrs
oppressed by tho police. Their npnki s
mcn openly bonst that should the three
accused of murder bo convicted, the
Salem jail will be stormed and the
convicts set at liberty. This icbelhon
against order, these premeditated in
fractions of tho law, these violent in
vasions of the rights of others, aie the
results of the refusal of the Government
of Massachusetts to be bullied or co-reed
or to abandon its f unci ions nt the behest
of an organization whose fixed purpose
nnd proclaimed aim is re-oliition, tho
destruction of property and tlie punish
ment of its dcfendei s.
In Xew York organized labor showed
its opinion of this society of revolu
tionists by refusing it place in tlm l.ibor
Day parade. New Jersey was fortunate
enough to recognlzo its truo character
and expel its leaders when they souglii
to establish themselves within he.
borders. Wherever its real ambi
tions hnvo been disclosed, sane men
have repulsed its advances. That il
obtained foothold in Massachusetts is
n heavy misfortune for that State, and
tho struggle her authorities nro engaged
in for tho maintenance of law and order
should receive tho heartiest support of
The Avoid, trier of Serious .Menace.
Many subjects of immense Import
to largo communities wero discussed
ntthn congress of hygieno which has
just terminated which did not reach
the notica of the lay render by reason leading from CoiihtuiiunopW to Sa
of their peculiar nature Among (heae, louioa ti tit t another from Saloulca to
wero the deliberations on certain evils
which are a more eorious menaccifto the
welfare of communities than are typhoid
fever or other rontnuioim discuses to
which very properly creal intention is
Riven. What lum been but too nplly
terinod the social evil has lone boon the
theme of earnest consideration on the
part ot men nnil women whose nun lias
broil the rillrifir.'itioii nf tin iiwititl nt.
) mosphere of their respective communi-
Ia.s. i no nest intent loned people diiTer
, luiucauy wiin reRnnl lo the methods lo
i it n . . . . .
be pursued, and il tan hopeful sign that
nee II somownat IieiuilotilollS (lir-clls-
sion has been i vei. to this porlei.to.is
(iliestion in .Section V ilpnlitnr u-itli il,,.
.ntrnl nr l.,f. " , " , " " .7 .. . "
jthe papers read by Dr. .In.ir.s
' l " r. .ll.till
stiiix and discussed v.as one on "The
. . . ' .' ' ' I
.Municipal i nine ol
'r'"0" wu" Proiiauiy tlie most sucKest-
IV(. ,.0MlisinK of i.cnelicetit lesult,
,pfa,LS0 jt 0Tt,re f,.Kl,0 ,,,( vUntl
thronie solution of i,inllni.,a lil,.. tdtli
I ..... . i i ... . ..
crio nave na ed
tho most sairacioiis
The Municipal l'amie. the ofl'snrinc
of tho eleariiu? of the political atmoa -
city under SniMir. and Rrr.r. has
under the chairmanship of Dr. Honkx
.stimn won golden opinions for ils dear
sighted policy on many important
municipal problem. In accordance
with the motiern principle that vice and
crime are manifestations of disease or
1 degeneracy of mind and bodv, either
innenicd or. lcnuircd.cliielly the former, and Italy, with Russia as u third party
the league has st an example worthy f to the bargain, can lind somo basis of
or thorough invesiigaiiou by philati-: imrtitioning Kiiropean Turkey, the am
throjiists and inuiiieiiahties. bitionof tho little people for "Greater
A plan of action lias Ixvn evolved Servia." "Greater llulgaria" and a
tinner which til" uni'oituiiate victims
ot vice are treated precivdy as are
those affected with smallpox, diphtheria
or oilier contagious disease. Not only
are their physical ailments treated in
the clinic, but their moral infirmity
receives kindly and properly directed
attention. The source of the malady
is sought in the patient's environment
and an enrne.V ami practical attempt
is made to remove the cans", as is done
by health officers in nn'.jlc or scarlet
fever, for instance. Judging from the
doctor's 'urm-Miir" in tlie presentation
and the vigor with which he defended
the scheme adopteil by
league of San Traiiec-co. Dr. Rosk.V
si iiin will doubtless furnish information
op this important hygienic subject to
plul.iMhropiis ainl tntiiiicip.iltiii-s i on-
' mplnuigf un
j "" '
ITlic Purc-i or
I i-ih p r,..i
L ,TV,x '. "''V '
fllMW m; 1 Mr. ,orv,MI(.vor ',,.,
r- Hauvky Washington Wh.ct Vook
the trouble lo jeer les asumi.lion of
ciciiii mi- mo pure loon and drug law.
In a letter to the Washington llrraltl
Mr AU,S'I)e,!i .1. Wi:i)l)Kl!HI!N of
Alexandria, sometime chairman of tlie
legislative commit.ee of the Virginia
State ("range, propcily restricts Mr,
P.oosKVKi.T's original part and interest
in the law in question to the mere act of
Mr. Wj-.nDi-.itituuN says that the first
bill giving to .lie Department of Agri
culture tlie control of foods and drugs
wa prepared bv himself and introduced
into the fiftieth Congress by General
W. II. P. 1.i;k of Virginia. Hut who was
tin1 liisi ij,a.i to propose n pure food and
drug bill? Mi KIlDKIllU IlN does not
1;. . . .
know. 1j.ii h
in 'li'iot.s tlie late FlUNCIS
li. Tut i.iit.n of this town ns an early
and "earnest advocate" of such regula
tion. Mr. Roosi'viXT is no known to
have shown any activity whatever in
When Mr. Roosi.vr.i.T was Governor
of I ins Suite ii call for a national pure
food and ding o.igr'ss to meet at Wash
ington was c.sueil. The Governors of
tlie several Si s and Territoiies were
asked to send !"ee;ates:
"Of the (.ornor addressed fort
promptly made appointments tour Ulled
to tespond and one declin-d to make the
jppoin'ment, and .hat one was Tiironom
Hocsi.m:i.t. (lUieruor f New oik The
oiiIt poshilde chilm that ihe Ut l'ieldent
of the I mind vtatr- has In reeaid to thU
bill is that In V.n after tho uction of two
s.ealn!!s of the pme lood and ilruc conuresj i
and Its ratrful consideration lv nln Tnlfeil
.States ronirrcse. he Mimed ths bl'l whan
It passed "
A closer connei lion wi'hand a warmer
concern for r. form than the illustrious'
Oyster Hay adapter can always show.
The IliilU.ui IHorlcra.
While imihing but coidlp t can wiu
raiit any forecast as to th" future of
HalKiin troulil'S n is pi un that at no I
tunc much the Gi'ii-eo-Turkisli war has!
tie' situation on the Pi miisula been as
critical as it is at the present hour.
This arises alike iioni the fact that tlie
Italian war has exhausted Turkish
financial resources and provoked dis
sension in the Turkish Parliament nud
the equally interesting iiicuiilslance
that Gieece, Jiulgiiria and Serviit as
well ns Montenegro bcein for i he moment
o have laid aside old rivalries and
agreed to joint action. Finally Albania,
long the n ntre of Turkish strength in
I lilt ope, is also in revolt.
Of tin military strength of the smaller
H.ilk'tn Slates it is ilitlieiilt, to speak with
accuracy. Ilulgari.i at least has a real
army exceeding "(i,ihi in number, well
disciplined and highly niaisod by F.u
nipcan critics. Tlio Greek army, thor
oughly discredited in the last war, is in
process of- leorgaiuzatioii under the
direct ion of French olllee.-s bill not ret
lit inr real service. As (or tlie Servian
troops, they are regarded as of
value, ct such as they an' it is clear
this coaliiion un put in the lield ill
I ..... i ir ic , . I
least half a mill, on more or less trained
troops, and m additiuu rely upon the I
powerful ai l of thousands of Hulpirs
Serbs and Grn ks in Macedonia, who arc '
ul.l.ltl- fn.i il,,,e',vi ...ill r
"......j ,,,,,, ". ,,e iiiiii( muiiiiu.
The geographical onditioiis ure such
too that with the command of the sea
in Italian hands Turkey must depend
lo nusuiiii and ic'inforco her It oops. In'
Macedonia itim.i a siimle track rallwnv
Uakub on thn 8erviun and Jltilgarian
frontiers. Her Macedonian garrisons
aro also exposed to attack from at least
three sides, ns wi'll us eert.Tin to surfer
from (ho native populations, who arc
wholly hostile.' Tin' Servians anil liul-
Ruruins on the other ti.ind
, their forces on the Adriunople frontier,
i or on tho .V.Rean, cutting the Sulonica
I nil I wiit ni-li, Mn,un.,L
It Btill remains probable that the
, Brent Powers will be able lo inte
atul keep peace. Austrian nressliro
Upon Servin alolu; the Danube and upon
IllllCftr a. hrolli! h P.llinnnliin i-oniii.in.
lion, together with ioiut naval demon -
Mt.-minnu .ii,i..i .. ! i n
u t ! 1 . . . . "V" ,7. .... l
.'H II I tllJIUIl l'llM'I-4 Will I II I lllll 1 1 1 1'
.Alediteiratiean I'oweis will molmblv
still avail to proven! a Italkau exnlosion.
! Yet as the critical sltimtton .milium...
to bo juotracted. the ilifllcultv of the
(lovernineiits of the llalkan States in
straiiiini; popular demand for war be
Perhaps after all the weather will
I prove tho best allv of neaco. Snrim?
land not the edire of winler Ih Out ni-o.
. pit ions time for lialknii "erif.es" mul
' campaigns alike, and the eailv autumn
liecn felt in the lialkans already. A few
wei'ks delay and mobilization and cam
paigns in Macedonia at least will be
Yet any truce now would plainly be
only a truce. Italy has dealt one more
blow at the dislntegiating Turkish
power in Kuroiio, and unless Austria
' restored 'Hellenic Kiinr,li,i
promise a new crisis in the spring when
the snows melt and immemorial tradi
tion calls for trouble in the Balkans.
I. i an aliiirdliy lo rieiime n lofty iol
Hon of nmr.illly in the Nw ori fltflil hiiiI
.it (In- same Mine for Mr. Wilkin to h ivc ni
hl ruiinliiif mate ii ri'prrM-ntnllvo of the
Taircirl iiiiichlii" Th t'ulom I.
Dr Woouiiow Wilson has Inndelities
anl inconsistencies enoufth to answer for
without being held responsible f,)r tlm
Halt i.ilore convent ion's choice of Governor
Maiisi.ali. of Indian. i lor Vice-President
Of counie the Colonel knows, or he ouchl
know- tint .tho lion. Thomas Rillt
.a.t-iiiAi.i, is in ,1. ii cremure aim a moi ol
Taooahi. und that afier Wilson's uo.iii
nation Moisiuu, was a niitmal select ion
for Viee-Pn sldeiu at ll.iltiinore li-caiihe
he was Ciovernor of a dotihtfiil Western
State and hail been a candidate for Presl-
dent In-fore the convention. It might
I have done worse- than nominate the
miu-st ami amiuhle .MAitsii.M.i.. nliliough
"'" ls "o1 llo vywoiglu el itc-nun llos
,1,,w"' T ;Tl'- "V"1 rJ"T
t;ver.u,r Mahs.u..., iuKl,t not , l,e
p"1 i'"11-hecuuso Tom T.mioaht's
f " V II !' .'n "u"1",u ""
i iiiiiii" in (111 nue i il" iiovernor worsipi.
him once but could not keep him down
lletwtti the two men no love is lost. Mr
Maumuli. has hud no intimacies and
iitidorsUiuiiun with bosses such us the
Colonel ecu boast.
1NOI.HV JAr kkiv killed th lnoiie
dr.iijen. and Woormow Wilson will May
III" l.irtt octopus T.'.r iluiVmnn Ihr
Urmacraiii' s.if ( 'oin rnlion.
Xot to mention tlm Colonel,
htroyed the dil.-dik.
In revivals tho old campaign err of
"Murey's Patch- (he lion, MaI'.tik II
il.TNN inisht have recalled also llial
itim of 7 for ".ransporting 'I'm iilow
Wkkd to Auburn. " which Governor MaIict
1 " Stat" t'oinpt roller uudited with the
annotation that It wa- not only reasonable
and proper but thai n lari'er ex-u.t
would still be balanced by the benefit to
thu Stato of such a transportation.
Whiiiun's nut toes lo Kurope on mys
terious mission llraiUm'
What an admirable traveioftie the
Meeker cjsc would make'.
No nno Is less interested than tlm heirs,
ww presume, in tludiicory of the oriRi
niil will of l.oi'is XVI
- .- an.1 L.H.'
, Tlir soul of Jlusle Elected n Srualor
i ('iingros li an I :n t luis last.
! T, Tin r.',i,t..i. .... 'I'll. ....
, ,,v,.r. xc.r attention Iron." I he hopnlss,
' i a-e ot T It loin: enoiich lo solum! for vnur
Intell'ite n! i oimidenitlou the hopeful rae
of '' 1 ''"Itcrnld, who l to siirceed
wlnt'itop Muiruy ('nine in the Senate
Ihe I tilled Suites?
,llat! you noticed that aerim-i a de.er
niiii"l and tiiiuiuslial oiuhliiatlon of all
the l)eiuoi.r.illu politicians who yronl when
ever our .Major Mnu's, he carried lloslon
1 lor I ossaud pin to nun n Phttu l Aiinrney
who-tried lo thienten his way into (i (ioei
noiithlp iimiiltml lonV
l.in It he that N'ew lork does not yel
know thin, addiesii(; ih International
hatchers of lommercc In i onercss nxm-m-liled,
Minor 1 liui'rald roce in the occasion
us he ciappled Willi hi- Pcroi.illon, spoke
in piiieand lluiMit French, anil hmuirhl ihe
akseiiibli-d delegates nnd winters to their
toe. in a freiizj of cut titt-lti i-in
lie still hilars Kweet ftelin ' t lirti oc
casion nud the people demand il, and Iih s
still the flrt citizen, iliu:mst and Dhiiioi rat
ol llosion anil the one nest his foi iliel nlied
Slate Senate So fnrtnida hie has he lie
i nine that Mm. Hale, ihn Hull Moose t,n.
fur .Mass.iehii.eiis, who tells Ihe unlosod
wlioni they imisl siippmi fnr Slate nfllce,
hits railed on Woodrow Wilson m lepiidiate
I'ltZL'eralil nnd his randldarv, under threat
of IraUHfcrrllii! Ihn Hull .Moose weakness hi
Massachusetts fiom T. It lo Wll-on.
"ion tuny call Mavor riizuer.ild names If
you will, but he will continue to make Ids
own collection of oniual designations.
CoNH-.Vil.p III MOCR4 r.
IIostox, September 'Ml
'lo'tiiilliiiioniii'liii.Sr.N .Sir linnns
the twenty. live or more years that I hae
been a leader ol Tin,Sr. I have fully real
ized Unit on r editorial i omnienlH ha e been
very Irani' in spraklui: of public men, and
ll ple.ifed me lo read your editorial of Ken.
(ember x on i ho nomination of .lob I'.
Ifed.'es lor I.overiior of this Slain The
Indorsement Hun yon eve Mr. Ifedires
will, I think, he of material help lo him in
his r.impalmi lor tlm (nivcrnorshlp, hccaiiMi
Hieie inr a ini ii f,i reaucrs lurouuiioui
ti.e state who are n..vi, .. ..J, , ,i. ,
attention to what 'I in, si n has to say this
year on polllual matters, more o, perhaps.
."'l',!' ").'l' h"l"r" l,"V 1 0,,1',1'1 lnh
" "".""'I ""I'" mill llll,ni,.N
will roiitluuii orciislomilly lo say a food
worn lor tuiii I)
i'OMH, October I.
Tour score of yean, he Unrw
Willi all ilm. man fsifem
In jouili liU ilre.nns came line
In BRf his ti m ili luriifd ilreanis
UUarlrrhack-U'hat became nf the other Ifati'l
JUiriiatk- Wc kicked them lulo levcusep.rkn
7: it r. i ax or ki; mi ahii i.
On tlir IIIrIi Col of l.ovlnir.
'Hie mill workers of Xew Diglnml, I he
nilniTM of Monlauu and all the plain and
unplnln or tlie creat plains liave been
told .TKaiii ami iilmul the liif.li ect
of living. Indeed, at the crisis of liin
political melodrama it looked as If liini:
I blmklil were koIiik to mukn his lieio un
idcHistio l.ew Shank, the Ideal belim tile-
Idpjlistie l,ew .Shank, the Ideal Indue the
! himself Hut when the King and
i"s roiiii eoinpaiiy c.une id piay .Mm
'"otpaiiy '.line m piny
, V,i " m ""tirtP " .,NT. ! r
" '""'" iietion of the hich rr.Hl of
I "V'"B versm ,),- ).IKI. cos. of IovIhk .he
I - ..I
of the lii-li
Rilirnp t'n m'.ir-u u'nu riittiirl l.il.. n lt.'iil 111:1
fm.i.ir ,.r .,.,. i i,-.iir? n ii. m.nn
their condition whs pitiful, und a warm
(Slow fell ovur his Majesty's remarks
when he touehi-d the sugar turlfV soflly.
In line, King Klmkhi played sweeter
iiiuiic than "Dixie" In Dixieland, and ho
sang of hi, love fo- the poor .ieBlcc.ed
1 ,Pr; , . ... 1
nils blli lost of loving brought back i
nil the memories of the dear standpat
day., when every trust looked good jot
him Candied yams and sugar pliiins were ,
the order of the dav. and the rovnl wouls
ilrlnoe.1 .,oi III.. .,1,1 riislilmiril Vi.w.Oe.
An..u ,....i...,.. ii ....I,... .. r.-
... . w,.. . ' " ' ,
phrases literally got stuck lofsether with
or twice a
sugar protection, and then becoming
dimly reminiscent of tlie hard lot of the
consumer, tha high cost of loving was
made to dovetail with tlie hir.li cost of
living. Makers of melodrama know that
it Is only a shift in the emotions that sep
arates the Howery from Droudway. And
so it is wllh political 'melodrama; rich,
SoihI malefactors can Lo
iiiauo in ieci
almost as lull of self-pity in regatd to
Uieir lot as Ihe iiiiner and tho mill worker;
niily instead of accompany in', his remarks
lo the slow niuaic of "Nellie Crossing t lie
Ice" King Klriklii s.ing to the nir of
"Roosevelt's Heady Heller," u straight
record v.iili u moving tlltn.
Of course stress was laid upon the fuel
that his propotut lead just meat of the
sugar schedule was merely lo the poini
of pioircting the industry here, in other
words, while protecting the poor planters
he was at the K.-ilue time dealing fairly
with the mill worker und miner, for the
royal ropy of llorlehaslf-eii so expurgated
Unit the King cannot play unfairly.
"I use uio sugar in my coffee," said his
Majesty, "particularly when 1 lake more
than two cups, and 1 believe thn same is
true of ihe woikihgiunii. As a nuitler T'"" I,ov ttcp Tet.
of fact, most of them prefer mid use 'I" ihf CniTor. hi Tiik Scn .s,r Hl.nr
saetharine insle.iil or sur.ur. and therefore ,'""1"1" "ot belle his name, lor ihe
Ihe protection id the t-iigur industry is lnil1' "r niifiiiuJHy has cidcnlly tun
not oi.lv in tho inlcresiH of so, ial JuMkf "'!!'' lk" ' 'r loop..' ,,,,.
, . . , ., I cake He says Hiiiulot oilier Ihlinrs- "S hv
but a direct ii I of I.iim.u.ity. Ihaxewepul .iaedy aw..v and will have
Aecordiligly when Ihe loyal show 1 .tP ,,f it Mid ajtaln "The death knell
reached Atl.inlu and it wan lepurted j or tr.iu'eilv has been ttnikr In both lids couu
to the King lii.it in Mr W'ilun's Hostoti j ri and 1'iiKlaud."
speech ho had suggested "that we trv 1 ' ''"". " about KiikIiiiiiI. but h. the
our best tu mnl;,. the trusts Koisi, pitirul, 1 1'"-'''' moment 1 an speak with adsiiuale
kind and just." his Majesty roll into deep ' " "'" " "'"' beiilk-I.t.-d , ,,, ,,.
, ' ' 3 1 J Los iiioinini; I vl-iled a lliemre to luiichase
... ,, , , ,. . : -en's lor a IraiTisJy eorv eiioueh to suit
11 s) lies ami he Unowshe lies, s.ud tlm ern the i umpljliuiiit 1'ain nke. Well, I
King , was unable lo Let seals ilown in front they
".Sire." interposed S-th Hilllock, "I were all sold, and when I wsnt in llln,t Jf
thought that wi hud ugreisl that vou 'hem lo ihe haleil speciilalois I hail to take
must use toino more forcible epithet.
Do not forget jourself. for, believe me,,
our show will no longer tank ns j thriller '
if you p-T-ist in repeuimn woin out Hues. 1
The waiting list to tho Annuius Club is'
already fur beyond its capacity, und your
customary blackball reuses to elect 1
unless you ran prove that the uppllcaut
for membership is something wor-r than
un ordinary liar."
As it is well lino n Hint King Khnkhi
rewrite the HiMe, he turned to its pages
for consolation in his deep grief that he
could no longer wound "my opponents."
And to his gre.it ov he found this re
written commandment. I.ovm thy liar as
OIl.. ! I
iti.u i m:s i s.
iAtw Tone of 111.1 1 li l.lfc as 1)1.!
fori Hie lilcrn.cn.
In nil I. m mil ok I in M si. If the
leper' of liie proi e. ducrs hejore ooi
Mderinalilc lonimittee in I ll! i ef I'l'c--d.u
indicates lahh tie chihtiI lone of Ihe
line eedinus v ii icil'ouly liae a smstM
condition in Vew l or',
IIm Ko-cntlial minder and the disclos.
ll.es which followed it weie hid enoni.'li,
but lo one at this iliUme the iiroceeilluus
before tlie Milermeli aie. in a ui, eien
meio shoi kit i;
I liotue thai Mr Cieelman said lo Mr
Hueklter ' on keep on lii'-rrtlnir lies.
' ou an' utierini; a lio.' I decline lo suli
mil lo fuilhere-iaiiilnatlen by ii liar.' Ac.
Aldeiinaii I'owlluc said, aihlressIiK the
i hainnan Vou stand up there like il bar
tender poiindiiu; wiili our mallet.' th"
lmr lias irnen out imne falve statoineiils
to the piess than any one I know of, ' Ac
'I lie 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 let. ." un outsider has to make
on lias Is that if ihe moral pressiue Is not
train.- enouitli In Netw Vorli lo compel
orotui.ry uecency in ine coinuiiiiee s pio-,
Cfedillifs Clilldlllolls must be worse Ihuil,
any on" had stiepccli'd. .
The pioeeeibnes a- repotted ate tlsince. I
fill and wotsc tliuii dl't'iai efnl beiatise'
ihey indh'a.n t hoielesly low moral lone i
If the ihaiiman ol Ihe coinmillcc lannni j
Weep oidci in ihe piocfclms's 11 is bciausel
the tone of (he loiiimitlcn is too low to
support htm Ihe idea of man in Ihls
seetjoii is unit tin arc ceitainlv lotlen
(il 'Willi. 11 sov
Si:rnt). OL! 1 . September JT
Hood I nreii 1 1 oils , oircnslte .1lctliod,
To nn: l.niior. or 'I tit St v sf, our
new 'paper is both much and cnuiaircoos
III Its I'd 1 1 01 1 ,1 1 llliiele o SeiteiMlier V oil
Hex llvjticne." ami (he wisdom set forth
should be seriously lon-idcrcd bv every
liiicllivent minded man and woman
If pret epis 1 an He 11 lied upon lo remedy
this evil 11 doe., not seem as Ihoniili p.iirufs
required more than ordinary intclliireiice
to imparl 10 their children the simple facts
so olleii.ivel.v dlsi ioscd at ir I'nlkniar's
ehibiton ill ashiioiiou
s eve:v one knons, 1 LTimr.i nee one or
Ihe most prolife sources or trouble, and It
sa uucsilon wlieilieror .101 the infill mniioii
lo be iralued I nun the exhibition 1 caches the !
class ii I- intruded to reach, that l, ihe un- 1
eiiliu'litencd, and ir so, how much or It ran I
they absoib i;. M. p.
"w.w iiit.t. October I.
Hruiirlliiic (he Ncwk.
In tiii lliiiior. oi Tun Sc.v s(. Vr
11111 a leader of your paper for twenty,
eiu'lii years and a soililit to coiiitialulale
Mill 011 Ihe splendid report of Ihe Maillsou
Sipiarc Caitlen meetini; in to-day's Hi's.
We sorialisis do not expecl 10 have your
etlitorliil iiidiirHeuii'iit, but we want 11 sipiarc
ileal in your news columns II Is the kind
of Journalism ihat w.!! brimr mii leatlere.
I.e. ThkSi n shine for all ,1'UIN liltopin.
HltoeM.VN. .Seplciltbvr 3.1.
s tpietllun That Mill Mil He Answered.
''11 He mi Tlttmltiic Ituimrnll, 'j'.'ir.i
11 n( 11 Hi 1 I nihil .ShiiK.
!-. it Sin. The voters of this nation
never cleeied a Piesldciii for nlhlril term.
Vou are now sockliit; such election. Please
inform the people as 10 how inaiiy terms you
are In favor of. Yours repect fully,
I'AHIlt'h .1 Mrl'AIIHIT.
I'nnvuirxri:. 1: I , (ictober 1.
To Tlir. bniTon or Tin: Hex .Sir I' Chain.
ptcttc run a ii.h mrkel al SUITonl .Sprluca,
(unu, (,'lm K ,le Hrro nrl. propri,,tr t a
1 "power hums' n0Ud propone III in fur eicmbcr-
khlp tn tlif liu.norials. Uiiw.hu DalacoLL.
IkHiJiTroiu), Conn,, Octeber U
rAXCAKt: Tin: chitic.
jlll I amrnlatlonH Otrr the lifeline anil
fall nrr or Traceuy.
I To nit: llniTon op 'I'm: 8vx8ir In
1 Tilt: Hr. of Keptfinberlu appcured u leller
fioin Mr. Illuir I'anrnke licwalllnir Hie
prrhcut pliiyeuf r'slatk of lute rpat liilnuedy
mid notlnir the mild playitorr's enthUHlann
oer niiisic.il toiiifdy. In pareiittiesl', It
t. on Id have lieea so iniicli inoro uptnirints
and neasonalilo If Mr, lilnlr I'ancnke lind
only been f hr Isteneil lluck wheat I'titi
enke. Ilciper, s our eleemed friend
Kul.a nuyi In "Tlie Mikado," that tins not h -IliK
to do with the ciiv,
Yes, Jir I'iiiU'iike, Ir.medy must he"ene."
II inilly iiiiik. Iih ilrnd and that It why
K. II .sotherii mid .lulln Marlowe fritter
their time on I., with Intermittent ftaahei
of comedy, for forly weekH eueli eenson.
That Is why Ihey lutvn Just lieenn a live
veekx nenoii In New York, with musical
loturdlen on nil Hides of Iheiii, In such awful
affiilrn ii "Marhelh," "Komeo and .lullet"
mid llumlet"- tnutedles, tragedies, Irawc
; V ! i ' " - V ;, "II". "
I I. ..-.II.. .I.I..I. II- '!,..
"h'1 "o Idea that they are tiiklne the reat
cure I imaiflne Ihey are doln it because
they have a nlrciik leanliut towaid art
and- money. And hae been told that
ihey are vetilnir a lot of tho latter,
Mr Maniell, who also playa tragedies
I '""""''IMlly for foity weeka yearly, must
ninun inner iiicrniive 10 euori
!lh mere desire for
, ex,.r,.Hf ij i..re
h. idr.il and mental
l.s Mr Kiiteraliaiii
spending a "bar'l" (that's seasonable, tool
on a bl! production of "Julius ("icsar "
Are all these, players doinir tragedy solely
lor their health? lr thai Is (he case Ihey
would mh liniiiftisely by retsNlerinc at
(di, no, tragedy Is not dead Mr Pan
cake has looked only into thn musical inn
edy houses. Oh, no, (ruiiedy IiiihiioI "eone."
.Vor i,.,, , ,,, ,,.., ,,
Ihishv I'lTV, Oi tober I
More I'rer Ailifrllfinenl.
To mi: Dpi ion oi- Tiik Si,.- ,'(, Pan
lake' Pancake' Can It be possible that an
amateur draniatio critic of this name has
Jumped from the fiylnc pan Into the rite
or theatricals? p appears so. Ills letter
whs almost as disheartening as one of
Willi un Winters lamentations, lhe crux
or his outcry was that wo hac loo much
coined., loo Utile trattedy. lie looks upon
sinh n condition of affalis us deploiable
and piopheile of the downfall and eitlm
lion of our theatre. I have been wondeiiiiL"
Is this Pancake prodtn Hon a covet, knock
for (ieoice M, Cohan and a boost for I. II.
Sothern and .lull.i Jtarloive' t, K.
Nl w "i our, October 1
eas lit I It- netier than ilnxe which I could
have pun based a) the l,oj office
I asked Ihe mail nt the lioi ofllee "Is the
sale ller for III" comedies ,aM fr (I,,,
iricedies of the icpoitnire?" He replied:
' No. sir. ihe seats r.ir Hamlet and 'lioineo
and I uliet i'o li.i
Now what has Mr. Pancake lo -ay? I.el
him cheer lir Wu.ir.K '.I-H.K
Mw orK. Or tuber
Tlie Trulh That Is In Socl.ilMn.
'lo nth r.pniiR or thk scs s, :iit
siinda ciilheriinr of socialists in Madison
Sipiaie ..allien was ii:nil!caiit 'I went,
Ihousanil people ready to pay cash for
adiiuli.iiii e and '.',ooo diopped in the ha.
must h.ne v iiieauiui; 'Ihe piedomlnant
and oblriisive led, the Marseillaise." an
old ( oiiimuiurd spoke mine eliiuueiitlv
than Debs -to employ his on happy
senleine Hut nevertheless the ical power
of sociali-m spilims from Ihn truths it
proclaims mine ih.in 1 1 out its extrnvairaut
and false statements It s mathematically
Hue that everv man is entitled to the pos
scsluu ot that which he prodmes It is
not inn) at all that ths waije earner Is the
I'ltle producer ir thoso cniraired In am f.
cultiue. niannrai'tiiro and loninierce who
aie not wave earneis leslcned their avoca
tion production would be le;.s. Theso pro
dine soniethinu'. Ihercforo, nnd the dlftl
eult business of usticn is to altilhiite, anil
rendi r to each productive intent that which
he has produced. ,
ciosfrn. October t
the Knfurcf mrnl if No-Snmklni Kulrs.
To Till. I'.iuroR or Tint scv p. prn,f
due liimmlniiar Julinum for ndvWinf the I
lironiivn u.iyi.i Tratult to Issue au order pro-
IllliltlllJ n'l nliir. clcni and rltrareiie i.m,,ltl,,
011 ihe comiiany s sutluus and cars If the II
11 T. Issuer Hi- urdi-r let 1 hope that ihey will
fiiforoe It 10 tli- leiier White the company l
J Jt It ll wtvil.l he .111 rce Ural Idra If fthfy
ato fnrtil.l ii:e c.trrylni: of unll-rliifil buns nm
Hie car.i. Ihls l evrn a nre nuisance than
smoMnir Noiliiue ran , be moie unpleasant or
naiiTUliiv llinu the mifll nf a stale hint In a
rrnwileil car ll.ibltu.tl smoker arf fitleu
anrotr,l b tlir .h krtilnir smell, which must be
rxtifinelj tlls.t r.i c r thle to wiiinen,
tlriEaulliie stiinlilntt. It Is nut an uncommon
occurrence in bcholil three or four men smoklne
I sl.n. ;ir, ,,.', , , . ' " ""
, fnrm. but the stmikcrs pay nn attcnilon to tlitm
, anil none of the platform or station men endeavor
Id enforce Ihe rules
'I here ini, be no cansf for iomialnl If men
only nrre forced In Inhale the smoke itcnrrM'il
I by 1 heap i lsars ami iliarrtic.. but as Is nfien Ihf
I ei-e wnmen nip the chief suite, er. Women on
lliflr av home nfirr lliiMilioj a day's work are
subjei teil in rnuuRli Inronvfnlence on the mi
tloas and irihn wiiliout liaMnc the unpleasant
ness of liilinhnt: rljar and rliarettc smokf thrust
upon Ihem ihs mm who I111.M upon llnlihlnir
their smoke vtheie uunifii arc present rrrtatnly
cannot be rla ..nl . , senuemen
lftnell.lt ! sctbiii.v.iddeilbj ihe fire Com
mllmier. P . in ct;ec'.lel spmip nut ihls nul
taniT It wl.l nt be necessary 10 wall for the
periodical crii..ide of the police.
New "ioiii,, Ocio'.ier I. Huoa.
1 in irspe. ti.il shape
(iionst sea and sky
t in nllp beyond
l ll-een of eye.
Iheir iron hps
('.in shriek of donm
(Ir silence keep
As of ihe linnli
"still plunijed In niclil
I he world Ilahts on,
I iioiinh men sen rays
(if cnniluir daw 11.
Hut till tlieday
shall hrlnu release
I hey loam the drf p,
llrny choslH ol peace
World Serlra I'rolilrm.
If M.iripianl rtptals Collins,
And Tfirrau eipulK Mond,
nd Malty heals OTlrlen,
And Ames Jus. an cuo;
If I'm lean and Meyers
Are twins behind the bat,
And W'lpiin and uue Cady
Until tvr.ir lite same site hal,
if llrrzoi stands oft (iartlurr.
And Slahl nils Merkle'a com
And Wagner Jum shadea I leirhrr
Ami lloylt's toi V rkes's iroai,
It klurra) clovr in Speaker,
And Siuslerasa and Devore
fan HiKirr up wtjtli I-ewU-
Vtku'll figure oui the tcoret
Amcricii, I. arrest Maiiiifat'turpr
in World, Has to liny Crmlo
IMHST CIM'DK IMinitKH SAL!
S. IiiW'ItnIs linvc Alfcinly
JH(l.(l(M) Acres rnrtt'f
New York will in the near future be the
centre of tho rubber trade of this country
ii lid probably will rival London ns the
centre of the rubber market of the world,
'Jho rubber producers of the Far Fust
are now in keen co.iiMlitiou with llr.iil
for control of tho rubber trado nnd all
the plantation rubber from Malay, Ceylon
and other Far Kastorn regions Is sent
to 1ondon where it is sold at auction.
America is tho largest rubber manu
facturing country In the world, but Ameri
cans have to ;o to London to buy. As
u, result of the rubber exhibition here thu
trade will b reorganized. The plan
tation men of Malay nnd Ceylon have
ls'i n approached with the idea of shippiiu
crude rubber to this port direct and the
plantation men favor the idea.
F. Crosbio Holes, tlio commissioner
from Ceylon, talking of the work of the
i exhibition, said:
"This country is the largest m.mu
, fac.urlng country of rubber goods in Him
! world and it- linn seemed u hardship that
theso manufacturers should have to r.n
to London to secure the crudo plantation
rubber grown in Ceylon or the Federated
Malay States. The matter 1ms been dis
cussed by rubber men since this er
hihllion opened und it Is very probiiblo
th.it crude rubber will be shipped direct
to Xew York from thu Fnr Fast and manu
facturers, will thus uvoid delays nnd tho
extra cost of shipment. This will inriin
u icorKani.ution of the trade."
The first crude rubber sale at auction
in this country is to be held in tho Orninl
Central Pulaiu to-morrow mid It will
close tho third international rubber
extiosition. It is the entering wedee.
I Until now the sales of rubber from tho
I'm Last aie held in Loudon and tho)
American manufacturers who want to
procure the best plantation rnblicr Ikivh
lo go to Loudon for it. but it is very prob
able that this sale will lie the tlrst of many
and that New York will rival Loudon
us the riibW-r market of tho world.
The rublier of Malay and Ceylon, worth
severul hundred thousand dollar.', and
other articles in theso exhibit aro to bo
sold by tlie Now York Commercial Coni
pnuv nnd imitiufucturcrs from all purls
of the country will attend the sale. It
is said too that American cnpitnlNs 'aro
much interested in the exhibits of the
Malay Stale" and Ceylon nnd that it is
unliable that more plantations wjl .
devcloed in the Far Fast with American
backing. Already the United Stntes
Rublier Company lias secured ;sii,issi
acres of laud in .Sumatra, part of which
is now under cultivation. Tlie Philippine
the (liiinnns und other parts of Ihe world
where rublier con Ui grown are also
attracting much nttention and pk.ntnticn
ruhls'r will be u keen competitor with the
wild rublier of Uracil in tne near IiiImic.
much more so than it has Imjch in tlie past
The Stute of Amazonns, Urnzil, won th
prize offered for the best exhibit ir uiM
rubber shown in the internuticnal rubber
show. This prize is n very li.iiiil-otiie
i silver shield offered by Henry C Pearson
j editor of the India liubbtr World mid vlt
resident of the exhibition. This prize
j was lor the exhibitors to coinjiete for end
the judges examined the many exhibits
from tlie Suites of Hrnz.il ns thev worn
displayed. 1trav.il has had somewhat of
a monopoly of tlie rublier industry for
I many years, but it will have to chungc its
methods if it expects to hold its, lead
Plmit.it inn rulilwte (a uTtrll, ntni... ....- !.....
I wild rublier and there is an export duly of
.U crinn u pooiii on runner in lirazil
and il has to be taken '.'.(mo miles to tiilo
water before it can be shlp-ied.
MAHKICT 101) YKAIIS OLD.
Two Cnutllilnlra for l'rcalilcnt Mnr
ll-li at Celelirntloit Srxt Wfrk.
The committee in charge of the centen
nial celebration of the founding of Well
ington Market on Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday of next week expect
that tlov. Woodrow Wilson will drop into
tho market for n few minutes while the
big show in on nnd will make a. little speech
It has also received assurances that if
President Tuft is In the nuighboihood
of Now York on Saturday evening, October
1 . .
., m urn ma iimrKounen win lmvo a
' "u"cl,"'t ,lt l"" "-pl Knirlterhocker. he
1 w'" -0 'heir guest of honor,
I Mayor (laynor has iiioniiKcd 1,, r,i.,,
tho colebrntion at 10:30 A. M. on October s
He told fuil'A. Koelsch. pirsldent of Hut
Washington Market MerclmntH Aksocui
tion, and Philip Held, chairman or tl.o
executive board, that he would t,Vi
pleasure 111 officially slartltiR tlm l ull
The market has never before had such
a titivatiiiK as il is iindercoinj; now.
hvery stall ownor has his paint pot oin
and each is vyinp. 10 outdo the oth-n
n Bprucini? up his particular place of
The formal ceremonies will take pin,, e
in the old KanKwny or "country row" in
Ihe centre of the market, when sMuds
will be erected for Ihe Hpeakeis ami ihe
bund. The band will rivo concerts moni
inR and afternoon duriut; the four d.ivs
Matthew Micolino will ho master of
ceremonies on the first dav and will in
troduce the various speiikors. After a
prayer by the Uov. Dr. (ieoiRo I! Van lie
Water tho Mayor will make tip. openim;
address. Ho will lie followed by ( oinpt rol
ler Prendeorast. HoiwirIi President M
Atieny. possibly William (1. MeAdoo, and
F. .1 H. Knickf. Naval Odlcer of the Pott
Arthur Kraeko. brother of the N'unil
Oftlcerand secretary of the Mereluui's
Association, will. bo masler of ceremonies
on WednosdavMrs, .1 11Iln.11 Healh. pics
ident of the Housewives l.. .'LrM Will I1.1
, one of tho speakers. Older Hpeakers w ill
, Include Dr. llotick, cliief or tho local
I division of the United Slates Hurcau of
I Animal Industry, and Dr. I'ntu.i-a,,,,
Deputy Commissioner of Piibho Worl -Thursday
will lie souvenir dav, when
not only tlm WasluuKton Mail.'ol Met
chants Association but tho indi vidua
mu' .ctuieii will distribute souvenirs
Fridav will be Ret apart ns -bar".
dnv n vvlinn ll nlll l.n , ,n .1 ...11
I : I -:, " "i' '." nt" Btiiit nn iui
to make thiiiRs intetestiiiR for their ens
One or the features of the ceohiatoi.
will he a food exhibit. At least tlfiy of
the leadniK makers of foodstulTs have
asked for reservations.
rmiMiiEX's run; ititiu, ovr. u.
'lajitr to Srr 1 ,11110 r.mplnvrfa I, rase
i I'urlory Nrt on Flr.
ITre CominUsloiior .lohnann had a tait;
, ycslerday witli Kiipeilntendeiil of Schools
, .Maxwell and It was decided that on October
.:i, which d.iyhas been otllclally dcsliiuatcil
as Klro Pioventlou Day, nmi.oisi cnia I
children will to tlrouii n lire drill This
l commlsaloniir .lohnson's ilrsl t eciues-
l,n. U..n. ln II 1.... n. ,
in.,, .inin, eniAni'ii iiiiiii me lirilis III ll I
schools tliioiiichoul (licator .Sew oilc,
A!n. ,"",!, ,(1"'. i" oxis.rltneni.il lite
I will tie started In thn National t loak and
(Suit company nt sol West 'iwentv.fourlh
Aktrcot and rnoifi than l.nni emptors In
i. Vi. LOW,
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