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WF.nNF.SDAV. OITOB.R 2?. ??'3 Owned .ndpubll.hed d.dy br The Tribune J*********! _ ttmrn York cnrporatlon-. <V_en M. Held. President; Cond. Kamlln. SeorMary. Jan,., M. Hnrrelt, Trea* irer. Addre-S UM J-uilding. No. 154 Nasiau street. New ^ork. RtPTIOM RAT-* Bl Mall, Postage lald. flBMMl al Ormatet New v ,, , _ ?___. $300 Dilly.nd. i: :.-. I mo J .W Da jr Oflfr. ? nMflt*.. . ? -9^ Daily only. 1 noatli." flundsi '"">? ? >e*r FOREION RATKS 1 nluLT^AND BW_5t: DAID- AND 8 'NI'AY. ' A ' ,, A $ T:. Owm-. J ***.?'..? ..r.. . U :???? ;.',t VYiNl.Y BUNDAT O.M.V: ll ?nttx. ?tt-eatb.. _.*:::::::::::::..: ?*?? B^:::::::::::::: -tXtt-v""*^"* ^ ??M-ed ?t the PlWQfllri fll Ne? Tork a- Second Class Mall Matter. Tho Tribune uflflfl Its best endeavon to insure the . .rthincss of OVflry advertisement it prints ano ,d the publicat.or. of all advertisements contain ing misleading -tatemints or claims. Murphy and Brady's "Tainted" $25,000. Thls campaign is dis. losing stnmge things. A year ugo anybody who **C* laimed Tammany Hall to be lhe guardian of the honor and virtue of the state und Charles F. Murphy Its chief exponetu of puilty in politics would have ben considered a candidate for Matteawan. Yet Tammany is clalmlng credit for the impeaehrnent of Sulzer and Murpby is sol cmnly ganeftblf that he gave back tbfl $25,000 which Anthony N. Brady COOtribllted last fall. through "Sam" Beardsley. of Iti- a. It was strange tbat Sulzer, candidate for (.ov? ernor, declined tbe money. lt was natural enough. under those clrcunistanoes. for Murphy to ask "What's the matter with it?" But. no taint having been diselosed whleh would render it impossible of use as legal tender, it is ptissing strange that Murphy should ponder the matter and then dedde to hand this handsome contributlon back. I'nfortunately, Mr. Brady is dead and the Hich Court of Impeaehrnent decllned to let Beardsley tell about thls transaction. so the public is not likely ever to know what ailed the money. Brady was Gas, and Electricity and Water Tower. to bo sure. He was The Interests, in capital le-ters. But thnt never bothered Tammany before, oithcr in Murphy's reign or prlor thereto. Tammany bas done business im partially witb the street railway crowd and the elevated railway people; Just gg Tammany has done ?business with tbo rallroads seeking privileges and the building material interests endeavoring to get a building code favorable to thelr parti eulnr brand of fireprooflng. But Tammany never has been known to be tinicky. It has been willlng to do business witb the saloonkeepers and the gambling house propric tors. and has not shlod off very far from the brothel keepers. So it eeems reasonable to believe that ."tnething very. very terrible must have been the matter with Brady's $25,000 to force Murphy to return it. It is just possible Murphy didn't return it. in spite of his assertion. Sulzer says that Murphy conakkn it unlucky to return money once he has it in liis hands. And maybe Sulzer's right; be's had experience enough with campaign contrfbutions and wlth Murphy to speak with authority ou both subject s. The Panama Free Port Plan. The suggestlon of a free port at Panama, which was made yesterday at the Southern Commerclal Congress. Is a reminder that thfl isthmiun canal will be something much more than l water way. It will be a sort of central station. where many ilnes of commerce from all parts of the world will meet and cross, and where there will be opportunlty for a vast amount of exehanging. These conditions wlll naturally mean the building there of a considerable city devoted to trade aud industry, and especially to the transshipment of commerce. It ls pointed out that the free port system haa -chiefly contrlbuted to the enormous development of Hamburg, Hong Kong, Singapnre aud other cities, iwithout, of coureo, at all Interfering with tlie regular customs duties of the countries in which they are ieituated. A free port at the isthmus would not 'affect canal tolls or the tarlff system of this coun [try. It would mean that in n world emporium rgjooda could be bought and sold and exehanged 'without payrnent of import or export dues. Louis Napoleon once predioted that an isthmian ;_anal there would develop the greatest commerclal city of the world. Tbe prospect of such an achieye ment ls not unreasonable, and lt ls carefully to be 'considered whether the free port system wfll not be ineeessary for it Cure the Children's Ills. It is to be boped the Department of Health will ??btain the increase <n its bvdget for tTIo Division of Child Hygiene which it is seeking. The total amount of the increase is 1.20,100. For this tho bureau expects to hire nine addltional nurses, Bve Bdditional medlcal tngpgcton and eleven addltional dentists, to supplement n staff which experience has demonstrated to be entirely too small to do the M?rk allotted to it. There are more tban 800,000 school children in this city. and the number n >w is about 40,om> greater than it was last year. In 1912 the doctors and nurses of the Division ot Child Hygiene exam ined more than 200,000 children for disease and found that. 72 per cent needed medical attenti-m. But the reet had to go uncared for. whatever their ailments. It is believed that the increasod staff sought will be able to care lor the increasod flcbool enroliiient this year. and perhaps do soniethinc toward caring for the proportiwi of the anrolmeiit unvisited last year. It lfl poor eeonomy to let Blnof ills in children develop int<> serious ones f.,r lack nf .lttentlon, and eventually comnel attention in the iit\'s clinics and hospitals. This im-reased appro priation is for I worthy puipn.-e. Leading and Following in Mexico. lt is gratifying to know that the Buoyegg powen will follow the Iead of the l'nited States in Mexico. They are under'no coniptilston to do so. but their dokig so will be an act of courtesy contirming in? ternational amity and making for the solution ?f a voxatimis proMem. It will also be sentiuieiiially welcoine and practically helpful to fhe l'nited States. But it would be I great mistake to regard it as relieving this counCy <>*' reepogelb-Hty. fa the loutrnry, it Igyg ill*o.i us an a.lded luinleu. If those powers are to fo'ibe.v oir iead we must give them g lea.lPrsl.il. WXXth following. If their policy to ward Mexico lf to bg baaed "P"" oaxrg our policy luust |,e M definite and suhstaiitial as to provide a dc-ent bB-fci tts thoirs. In brlef, trldle weleomlni Kuropean support for ()11, polirv. nn.l ayhflg pmlltinp hy whatever advan ,?.,,. miiv acerag to us from lt. this country is for thai rery reenon tlie more bound not t<. rely upon that auppoii bOl tO defllM an.l to maintain I policy which WOUld 8tt?V if necessary. cntirely glOtM. The Unlted States must BOt he passively pusl.cd forward by its Kuropean friends. hut must take for itself a hold initiatlve nnd draw them after it. The Sad Fnd of a Great Man. lt was all too ohviniis that Mr. Murphy had heen far from himseif nf late. 0_Cg a silent, masterfui Ngpoleon of politics, he has become little more than a qnlveri-g Uunp of worry. Now the exphuiation begins lo appear. Vet this crucial question still remains: Was Mr. Murphy already a shadow of his former self when Mr. Rrady's |2IMXK) came within his grasp; or was it tbe return of tlie 00,000 wl.i.'h flrst hroke B mighty heart and < rumbled our hero in the dustV Baseball and Matrimony. In the name of the national pame and all who hold lt sacred protest nmst he entered against that IVnnsylvania man-yes, from the state which pro? duced the Athletics-wbo deserted his wife hecause she was a "fan." Ile redtcd, Just as if it were a legitiraate cause of complaint. that she attended the ball pame nearly every day, compolling him to get his own supper. and talked hasehall all the time; whereas. he took no interest in the sport. If this unforttinate and misguidod man's wife had been a stiffragette, who insisted on endeavoring to convert him to the cause, he might have had real pround for complaint. If she had neglootod his supper t*. pive soap hox lectures on the corner, as diil the wife of a Brooklyn citizen who recently took hls case to the courts, this anti fan mlgnt have acrpilred sympathy ln the community. If she had only displayed an uncnquerable devo tion to the family piano at lnopportune hours there mipht posslbly have heen some Shadow of justiflca tkm for his conduct. Hut for a man to possess a wife with a love for the pame and knowledpe enough of it to appreciate it and then to desert her ? verily. it is almost a case of pearls hefore svvine. liis punishment shouid he to buy her n season ticket nnd cook his own meals until he can enjoy tlie pame with her. Bosh from a Master Hand. Tho McCall campaign is wrocked and sinking. Distress slpnals are poing un. And as a hist sign of panic Mr. Joseph Johnson is tJirned loose to rant upon the decks. There ls a faint possibility that we are doing some unknown driveller a wrong in ascrihing the daily 'Tommon Sense Talks" to Mr. Johnson Rut we doubt it. Mr. Johnson's bosh ls in a class by itself, and theso outpourinps in the advertising col umns show a masters touch. Haif of yesterday's column sobs over Mayor gay? nor In exactly the tone that Mr. Johnson used when he was hopping around the Mayor's open grave nnd trytttg to save a little plory from tho WTflJCk. Thafl CO?tea the young upMart. Mitchel ?his crimes and D?Iidemeanors. One of them seems to he that he was nominated when "the flowers were scaively withered at C.roonwood," a heartrending ple**e or effrontery to Mr. Johnson's sensltive BOttL Hut the damning climax is this: Mitchel! A practiser of the bunny hug After that what can be said? A shnckod * dty wlll turn instantly to the alternatlve | i*. nlowingly de scribed: Kdward K. McCall, thr upright judire, the fearleafl administrator, tho friend, colh-acue gnd W-WOrkgT of Qajrnor; the man who thought as Oavnor thought and acted as (Jbynor ucted! Our neighhor "The Kvoning I'ost" baa p'gretted the lack of humor ln the pfrgaenl iiiipleasantnoss*. II anything funnier than tlie above was ever written in a polltlcal campaign we slmuld I.e plad to see it. The "Ritual Murder" Infamy. The Kieff trial is chielly sipnifnant as a rernlnder of the narrow marpin which separatcs some Ylv ilized" countries from barbarism. This pgrgecnfloa of the Jews on a charge which is both n.onstrously and absurdly false ls at par with the pgrggcntlOB of Christians by the I'omans In the days of Jusiiu Mai'tyr on the practically identical t_fluTge that they uscil huniiin sacritices in the KuoharKt and with tlie mad riotings of ("liinose ngalnst "foreipn devils" in recent years for a similar cause. Then is no more cause or e-xcuse for this accusatiun apalnst the Jews than there was for those against Christians. The hideous libel was tirst Dttered against Jews at N'orwioh, in the dark days of King Stephen's reign. It has since been repggtod many times, chiefly in Kastern Kurope. Mut there is probably DO more grouwlloss caluiniiy ln the world, none that has been supported with less shadow nf plausiblllty and none that has been more inmriably and com? pletely pilloried as false, even bv ihe religious an tagonists of those ugainst whom it has been di rected. Kor Krank, the author of perhaps the most conrincing vindication of the Jews, was a RoflMl1 Catholic priest. while McCanl, Strack, Delit/.sch and other non-Jews have written poWggfMUj tO the same effect ln support *.f the aooiisatirrn there has never been one respectable writer. It Ig unhappily not surprising that the igin.iant and siiperstltimis populace of the Itussian provliues shouid BOW BBd then revive the monstrous thln?. just as voudotiism prevails In the ror-esses of Haytl and juju is stlll potent in the Qtllneg hliiterland. The most palnfnl feature of the case is that the RnggJBB privernmei.t pives it cotmtenance hy prosf cuting suits against Jews for this cause, instead of pr**oeo*l!ng against their gCCTIgetg, It is notorious that these charges are usually truiiiped up by mis eraanta whose desipn is thus ti) iiulte "pogromn," ln Which they will have an opportunlty to plunder Jewiah shops nnd to oomniit still more beinotM otit rages, and who to that end play BBOB the passlons uf the BBOBJt IgBOnnt nnd depraded oleinents of the population. That iBpgfftnnt ofheers of tho R_sslan povernment shouid periodi. ally I?mkI themselves nnd the name of the government t<? such infamies make-a ns feel that the wmld has not yet wholly emerged from the ape of Nero. The bunny hus which the Tammany people ac* C_N Mitchel of dancing isn't a patch cn the McCall aoonoflny tango. Tlie man who hit Magistrate Corrlgag with a club bellevea in even more direct action thnn the recall of the judiciary. The llon "Jlm" Nugent^said ihe other evening that the Democratic organizatlon ln Newark, of WHAT D'YE MEAN?RETURNED IT! whbh he and 'Jirn'' Smlth are the lllus trlous | "I'hiefs," "is one of the greatest outslde the gr-nt ' Tammany Mall organizatlon in New York." In ..iv., when thitik-s are not jroinK preclsely his way. it is | to r. t. ist. r ihls r.-ally "kind, word" f.-r Mr. M irphy. Professor Munstcrbcrg's truth rflglfltcrlng ma. nine woffld bfl put to a snprcrne laal lf it eould bfl grtt into actlon ben i" icre the campaign >!<>.? A Itreem cannot rise any higher than its source. McCall arafl nomlnated by Murphy THF TALK OF THF DAV. Two large wagOM, bflflllng nidfl canvgfl side ,ov rnnKH upon which was Iflttosod "McCall arlll he elected dflflpttfl tiu- flSorta <>f yelhm Jooranle. Vote for McCaU," i i up Broadway ihe other day. in on.- ,,f tii.- wagoni grgg a band, pi,i>mg popiilar air_. ? Wban th.y reached 28d Btreet, tlu- band ?tin play? ing. an iir.bnt McCallltfl ruahed up to on.- of the, eragonfl and franUcnlly ihoutad at thfl baadmaater: "Hey, quit playltt' that song Ver gone craz>:" "What'a cntln* your* demanded lhe mnaician. "Why, you boob, >ou're playin' *Goodby, lio>i'" Mrs Newlvwe.l Oh, Ja'k. vou haven't eaten half of my biaculta. Really, w? bnv? t., throw away ?.? many acrapfl, wfl ought tn keep chlckene. Ne'.v ivwc.i Chichene. rou mean ootrtchflg.?Boe* \ ton Tranecrlpt Charlei U Bernhehner, chairman ot the commlt* te. on arbitralion of thfl New Vork Chamber flf Commerce, who ll treeaurer Of thfl fusion campalgn committee, found bimOflU in ;t dilcmina the other day, according to his ?,wn story. In tho morning mail was a large mvelope upon which the po.tage had not beea paid. The p?siman got two cents to take back to I'mle Sam ami Mr. Bernheimer ripped the envelope open hastily, his expectations running high, as tlu- campaign funds WflTfl runnlng low. Scnrely wrapped in a piece of paper inside was a flve-cent pflflOfl. ClOOfl ex.unination showed tin- .om to bfl land. "Now, if I tried to use it," said Mr. nernheimer, "1 would make myeetf llable to arrest. lf I kept it I might be gecuoed Of keeping a campaign contribu? tlon without making any report of it. As the name of the semb-r was not given I can't flflttd lt back. Wh.n I gfll time I am going to take a ferry rldo ami throw it Into the bay." "I don't think Hagley is much of a itatcsman." "Why noC" "Ha'fl been over a year at Washington, and no body's flCCnaed him of overworklng hls tranklng privilcge." Denver Republican. A law ver who had much trouble in managlng Um ntTairs of his offl. fl because his wife arrogated the managing clerkshlp to herself has AOtVOd the prob? lem. PeCQUBfl of tlm activity of hls wife in looklng after the routlne of his offlce, the attorney had to make frcquent fhtngTI of stenographers. His spouse has an averslon to going above the flfth Iloor in a rapid elevator, so the counsellor has moved hls offlce to the thlrty-second story of a n.-w offlce building. The wife haa not been In his offlce since, and the attorney expects hls stcnographer to keep her Job for n whlle. "You knew your lesson to-day," said the head of th-- team aecuatngly. ' Yes, captain." "Well. let it pass this time, but it looks as if you were neglecting your football."?Washington Herald. The Chlnese, according to one of the delegates at th.. Kpiseopal Oeneral Convention, are the most ex acting of worshippers. When they pray to their idols they ask for deflnite material blcssings and they expect results. The llfe of an idol in China Is prgearious. Qtftfl will be heaped before lt only as long as il seems to be bringing about the wishes of Ita followers. If the shrine falls upon evil times and disappoints its worshippers thelr homage goon fades. Not only do the gifts cease. but the resentful ?aeplfl of the countryslde wlll come ln a body and smash the ineffldent symbol. "You wlll admit a wise man sometimes changes his mind'.'" Yes," replied Senator Sorghum. "He also changea his wardrobe. But in duing so he avoids popular attention as much as possible."?Washington Star. MURPHY?1 returned Mr. Brady's $25,000. THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN x^l0Z?,'or THE SEAMENS BILL A Reader Urges That Treaties Shouid Give Way to It. To tha Edltor of Tha Trlhuna Sir: I was BOrrowfully astonlshed to rea*i vour r*dttorlal oa Petaeday ai>out the ?aasBen'? MIL I gathered from Tha Tribune a feai daya aarllei thal the Mll la queetloa had afted arlth tha approval of th.*t ilagte-tntnded expert, Ma prnrnaeth, and th.it it Bttdu 'ondltloni -i llttle m ? I . rahle and Ufa a littl* hss re. kleoaly en* n d in the calling of aeajnen T proviatoaa the edltorlal of Baturda) m i lo ??.l.itni. with f.iint pr.il.--." while II . tha Praal !* nt to beall tb long bi - fote ilgalag the MU for fear II lavalldataa l i ,,t-. righta if any traatlea Mad tbe Unlted Btatea to continue to endaager tha lh. ?* of out MMttvn Is it not time to anu-n-l tiios*^ tn atlaa ! Whea in Bngland last sunnner i read in i_igiiali papeni aad eonwoantarlea oo thelr governnMttt'a refuaal to cara for tha Itvea of Hritish aeatnen la .1 thlah) tha potnt eovered bv our n*-w MIL Can thr Unlted Btatea aJTord to refuaa to "ratea a Btandard to whi.h tha wlea and the bonaal eaa i-pelr**? Callfornia nnd PanaoM ara aaninpleeof what llhrrtirs we lake with tr.-aties flrhOB Boniathlng inore valaahlo .dare, wa s.iy". than m.inhooi] ls ?t stakr. s N. CLiBOHORN. ManrheMer, Vt, Oct 11, 17*13. WHAT MR. SULZER SAID He Did Not Come Out for Goldstein, Say the Hartman Supporters. To the Kditor of The Tribune. Sir: We note in to-day's lssue of Tbfl Trlhune that ymi Btate thal Mr SuIz.t cane out last iiIk'U for Davld lioldsleln. the riegieaalTa raadtdata. Tour infor? mation Ih not corre.-i. What Mr. B?-Bf Stated, on the author? lty of Mr. Bamuel Bell Thomas. one of hts etoaest and most lntlm.ite frl-inls. who aeOOaBpaalea him on all his tt ips. was that lf the people dld not know how to Bpttl thelr UchOt thoy B-OUld VOte th?* Btraigbl ruigjaaalTa ttehet That ha was not tahtag any sides. but was for the stroiiRr-st man to beal Aaron .1 LOVV. As g matter of fai't the ClOOeBt personBl frl.-mls af Mr. BU?>r are oponly advoeat li1K the election of Judge Hartniati Ajnong those we <an enumi'iate are CMonel Alexander S. Hin'im. th<- Rev, I'r J'harles 11. I'arkhurst. tha RaV. Hr. Mad? ison C. Petera, Samuei Bell Thomas an'l OObgrl K BOOb attorney for Carrlson. fJUSTAV HARTMAM MUNICIPAL CAM* I'Ai.iN COMMITTB_? by Hago Levy, Beeretarj. No 11 i.iberty atreet, Oet 2*, IMS, CLEARING THE SIDEWALKS. Architects St^ongly Support Mr. Mc? Aneny's Work. ro the Kditor of The Trlbune. Sir: Thr bflffllful BttltUdfl Of Th?- Tribune n tli?' past toward elty Improvement ichemes is well known. It shows a broad minded spirlt on your part, therefore, to -lubllsh a letter like that frotn Albert K. Davta ln to-day's lssue. whleh protests igalnst Borough President MeAneny'a sollcy of Btraet Whlanlllg and the removal it street encroachni'-nts. I doubt very much that many people >v 111 t?- imineneed bg your ooneepuiidenl*? 1'lewn. It may be of interest to note that he men FeffQgealad in the N>vv Vork hapter of the Amerlcan Institute of Ar hltects have lon*? sln*e gon? 011 rooord 13 belnK luartily in favor of the aOBBOVal of stroit eaeroaehmenti In fact. I be ii.-v.. Thi Tribane haa already publtabed a reaolutlon, paflfliid more than a year aga, in whleh the ehapter congratulated the borough prflfltdflati oa th?lr polley and aaM (lt 1 r. nnmii.'i ri_htiyith.it "nothlng has he. ri dOM Within the last decade that bafl add.-d more to tl;.- _.-ncr,.l appearance of th.- clty thaa ha? the removal of r_.ii Inge, itoop ond other encroachmentfl from certain itreetfl.*1 Quttc flflldfl frmii this professional opin- j mn, n can hardly he dlfllcull tor the dtlsflfl to Judge f.-r' himaelf of the iffflcl produced bj the borough preet* ib nt s polli y upon our str. .-ts. 1 know of nen who wer.- tn.illned ln th.- Bral plaee to oppoae the plan on aeceont of what ?eemed t" be ? needlflM axpflfMi put upon them, .md >?? t they are now perfectly wllling to agkaowlfldgfl thal the requlred chaagai bave ao Improved thelr property aa to be worth everything they eeet ROBBRT l? KOHN, Priflldeal New- Vork ,'haptcr of the Am.ricin InflUtUtfl of Arcbiteeta, N.-w Vork, n,-t. tl, 1913. IS SUFFRAGE COMING? The "Antis" Deny That They Con cede Its Approach. T<> hte Kditor of The Tribune. Sir l?urinRr her ipeech in Madison gqot n Oardaa oa Tueaday evenlng; Mrs. Pankhurst said that "evaa tlie -antis' ad raltted that weman sufrrace was sm-e to .om..' The BUffTagfl lead.r's ae.iualn.t flaee with antl-iu-fragiatfl muat bfl very llmited. v7e have certalnly never made su.h a statement We an alr.adv aware of a tremendom reacUon among the WOmen of this country an.l Kngland Agalnat the placihg of aeUva and poten* x ii.il motherhood on tin- poUtteal hring llne. I'nder the fldUCatlonal campalKii con dueted by anti-suffragists ln recent years the suffraKlstj have had to abandon one theory aft.r another upon whi.-h thelr plflfl for -Offragfl was formeriy bas.d. The early suffraj-ist. for mstanc... claimed th- iiaiiot as womaa'i rlght, but mnee it has be.-n shown tli.u th.- ballot Is not an. Inherent right for elther man or wom.ui this point is no longer made in suffrage speeches. The theory that wom.n who pay tax.-s should vot- has also bflflH given ui, ia an argument by Mlftragfl advocates, f"r it bas l.n (binonstrat.d that in thls ,-ountry thfl paymenl of taxes and voting ilo not go hand in hand. Kven a __?*tagl leader said laal winter that no iatelllgeat ?uffragtal now inai th,. ???,, taxatlon without repre?nftlon" argument. know. Ing tb-' fallacy upon vvbi.h tt is base! We bave beea told that the woman ln Indus Iry needs the ballet for her protection, but lt is h fact that the laws protecting women tngagad la gataful oeeupaUonfl ITfl better la many instanccs in tbe stat.-s Where woman do not vote than they are in the atatflfl where woman suffrage has prevail?<l for manv y.-ars. \Va_hinKtOn iad Cattforata enacte.i the mu.h talked '>t elKht-hour law for wome,, (? c.-rtaln in.iustr.es bflfora womea roted la cith.-r -f thOM states Bol in California this '?-.lo.,.,1)t,.x,.,?,,otl,?iimi||i?||i()u8 tn.s, whkh employ more women than uy oth. r ..ne Induatry m that state ao* have WOmea heefl able to extend thls law to cover canne.les since their enfra . ?hlsement ln I'alifornia. Women do not flflte in any of the 8,?tes which prohiblt 1 f*? J"? *" "onien, nor. on the tfhflfl hand, ,? nlght work prohiblted ln uny Btate whflflfl they _? V()te The ass.-rtion has bflM r.-p.-atedly made lhat woman's fOtfl woiil.l p?rifv po|it|.fl but judge Undeey hhnaelf. in -The Baeel ind the .IiuikIc, drefl a horrible plfltttTfl ..f polltlcal condltions in DettVflT, and in a recent spct-ch ln Boston he _poko ()f the "rotJe.it . ss ' (hla own languagal of Den? ver polltlcs UntU the est.iv)lisl'ime-'.t flf ? third party, last autumn. h'url.U-rtiiore. fl promiiunt r*u_raglat of CMerado reeeadl mamtameri thal 'Whether aromea ari purify pottttcg, upllfl maa ar Btand for. high moial tone is entuvly t .-.de th? riuestlon." Bg this claim also has been abandoned as an _rU"ggB0nt for wotggg suffrage, and there ls llttle left for the suffragists to fall hack on now ex BooertlOB voleed by oae in authoril BUffraga ranks. who sttd last wir.tr- \V? *io n.it care arhether suffrage is a right. e, prlvtlage or a raeponatbtltty; wt want tt and propoae to I ava it." Havlng I'riint. d out the fa_aeiouaneaa ot ththt and other claims upon wbleh th* plea fOT woman s jfTrasje ragtfl, it now remalns for us to continue our camp.-lin of education nnd show that woman suf frage la part of the prograaaaafl ,,f tha fat?inlat movement, with ns ?i.tngeroui tl ' dl n k s. which can onlv lead td 888_j revolutlon, an*i is also Indlaaoliilily lmked with thr' doetrtnee and teacblaga of ?*? cialism. We believe thegfl aiv tWO r.f th* cr.iv...f dangera Involved la thi wobbbjj aTuffrage bm-veaaent at the pr canal time, and w.- arouM ba talea to tha tettt. that ls ln us lf we shouid relmquisli or Iflflggj r.ur endeavora to Impraaa these fgeta upon the PVMIC al all times an.l Bl < .M.ri'K HlLL CHITTENDBN, l'resident of the New York Btatfl AMfl* ciation Opaoaed to Woman Buffrage New York. Oct. 23. tfjg, FROM AN ANTI-VIVISFCTION'ISI The Movement Is Declared Not To Be a Eight Against Doctors. To the Kditor of The Tribune Sir: One after another the popular mn* aonoetHlona of the eataVvtvtaeetioa mor* tnent are being correrted; but thera still reoaalna an important one, foataref by vivisectors and their agents. name! that the movement is a flght BgallUt thfl d*X tors. This statement needs .ina!:* aamuch as many of Its most valuable, 8f rather invaluable. members are also ll luatrioua aml valuable BBflmben of th* wedlaal profeaaBoa. \'ivis.'*tion is not a lettthnatai braaehai tlu' hcaling art; lt is an evil arhl* :i. undtr Jh*- honorad name, of "sclence.' bas crtPt Ifl aml gamed a foothold. Anii-vivlflto ttoniata ar- Bghtlng this avil, and el n.c.'ssity those .ioctors who advoceai % since no ,vi] ian rnateiialtge without tb? i-i.iti behlnd lt. Dn the question of vivise* tion the medl? cal ptofesslon is "a house div.,!,.i agflfBaf ltself." This fact ls .mphasiz. .1 by t?? BXlatenee of an "Internationai Medfc* AtUl-Vivlsectiori Association.'' It ls a French physician who sayi tt to vivisectors, let them he alt"R*tl>* separated from the medlcal piofesiW Thelr calling is not tdentlcal wlth our* Their association wlth us ls the >'*** that some of our colleagues have lost tt_ moral health. the hablts of gentleneflg ?* kindneaa and ??f compaaalon whi*h ?*? so e.ssentlal In the practlce of our profe*" Btae_N It ls a member of the Royal College * Surgeong of Bagland who says: "1 J*'00" have eaih one of you study the V*** vivisectlon question for himseif. II '? ?* merely the question of a few guineai V*t* und rabbits, but It ia the question ef 4 practice which is liorribly debaaing tM race." And lt was an Amerliaii-onfl." uur greatest surgeons?who aaid J torture of helpless anlmala ta no* Mjl carried on In all clvlllsed nations in lM nr me of sclence. There wlll come ? ti** when the world wlll look back to moder* rtVtaaetloa lll the name of sclence a? * now does to burning at the stake tn lb t.ame of rellgion'" S.milar opinieae might be clted indetinltely. ANTI-VIVlS-CTluNIiT* Baltlmore. Oct. '&, 1913