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TKIPW. ?\t Q| ?T 14, ISU. ?^?Tneii ?cd r i Tribun* Ai lallea, a V? - ? err, Ad?". ' ? - . ... re.??. ?OttM? r. , r - ? ?> . ? "" . *ei ? .. , 1 ? ??>? ?"? ?.in. 1 >.??r I ? DAT: N-;?- 1 '? I lt.?! On? ? I)A I.SI i I . _ On? >???- m ? ? t T st'NDAT OKLTl Oa? mnpth. . ' ear .ll.ttjOn? year . ' Kr.!?re<* at th? "PssSStnsS ?' New Tfrk BS See?r? ?"??? M?ll M??t?r. Th?, T-t" art une? tta beet ?h?Im-t? t? le?-.ir? Vbjt ??ruepiSAUnhin-u >| .ver?, ?el?eri"?*meii? l? ?print? and to ? ??m ih? paMtcatioa e? all adir?ertls?m?BM eeataiaias ?aU?!??a<Jln? ?ia-rrnor.e? or cialma. Still in the First Stage? of the Great War. Thn*e wlM live been Impatiently awaitlne new< Of a great battl?* In Relcium or M UM t**Mor of France and Luxemburg OflrtOOk the tad thnt IM mobilization Of big armies take* time and thnt Germsny, to order to begin an invasion of Frsn-e. has bad to push to the front from T-W" 1,000.000 men. V?S et vi Hard world SWS never y.i seen so large ? force- assembled and operated lu s single theatr-c of war To get it ready for con ?*ertcd action In less than two week* would be something approa<*hlnc the miraculous In military ?lexterity. M.'iUte was Mt of t!ie grentot .?r-jantzers ol mod- ? He ta as the father Of the mo?leni general etaiT system, ?rltk its prograaiaata ?of ilirstlon r.:.'\ attack ??epatad long in adran-e. ajg ne? ? "rll1>' u> v-.i r.nd in gl ...ltary results out ol his proa: ratagy "*? ?pboaomeiial lee* bits nlllOtSW ?lay? ?to bring the Prus-lnn ?? German troops to the front In sufficient Bftta 1 ttoni nealnsf the F ? ' mobilization waa sent out In B July 1">. 1670. and In Saxony. Bavaria. ?' on July 16 and IT. -einem ?)f the war ; it ?as broofl ? ut '?n the part of ?the h. The . the Gen ? more or leas ready was f. 1 Then foil th <?n August ?V In i lie I -my nn?, routed ami rii.sappoatvd from the front for mon than a w? -hal Ba/.ain?? was driven bock OU Metz by 111c - Getombey, A-uKusi 14; Vionvllle-llars Tsur. AugSjet 16 and IT, and Grsrelo:* Privar. Aiifual Is and If?. Ma Mnhon's army was ounded and captured at Fednn uo Septem ; 476,000 ?,?n trtr0fi|Or f?r ^besm I ' SM than 290.000, ? M practically no mobilization In H pnrt ?f the war was fOufht ' ?? ?? - ? ' ?tattooed In Alsace an i naine. The Preach geaeial stag of that day n purely ornamental excreeceace. 1870 ti'.e means of commanleattoi in G?w : j hare been multiplied, find troops fron dte taal reach the Rhine and the Ilei^hsland bj rail without preat delay Rut army Oeperatlng against twice OS Mg as UM army which Oculttoa of transport, is - srlat and supply Increase disproportion denstt*1 of to i??? supplied in spit* of the rast Improvemei tation it i- pro 000,000 men to-d it was t?. mobilise 400,000 to 600,000 In Moltke's red war on Rueati on Auguel 1 ? ? ? only thirteen ?la>s ha\c been COI ?o fr by the Germaa Geaeral stun tictcrn. l'or out a week the -nans bare ?been ?assaulting tke forts :n Lt?ge, ;iii?l they ?bave BOW push?-.| their lines forward ?utheastern Belgium available i the Beli rmaay ?hoped 'o ??il tie French !.v pettinc i terril, m > and UJiiUiiiL' n lii'ivrineiit .. raer il i ?;ih. e. i :...* ?am??.. ?bad U I would i ?' ? 'if whole hue of fort German )r?.nti??r turn \ ? ?? ??.t. it would iia\e epeaed ?the short It r??i?.l t.. I I he refusal of Belgium to allow her neutra I it;, to be vl 'estan.-e at ami pave I'. In ?t pie.-iotis tea di whleh t ' : it?- them. Tin i ? army of - . loat time at ?:i~- hciii ?mt unexpected la -??ftp lent strength ?botta to im?->t th'- forts and to eontl iratd nor? ir,'?Dt late vt ?the alll a hs b h.til l?e??n quick ?led Mut the st< ?? '?? msn pvak ?toefward from Li?fa ?ahoari ?thai Hi tm??-t army are ?-"in ,ii ?n?! thai ?the German General staff l^ t". tr> to ?.p. h i.\ r..?.r the '"ineiii'nt route ? (irise ait! Iy ?inly aa on. n ? iiiii ?ill tbe engageni k<? far feVfhi hate been iiierely iireliiiiin.-iry it? k ,'in'l def? up t.i top pow?er. it Get I ?H m ?m m iu, ,i for g| with Parti at ?the objet tt*i Franco. H'leinra and Oreat Rritaln arc harnl? Mke'y tn kaT? effect?*,] n s*..oe?iier Or fuller ron*'?"' trat'..h A battle of considerable **1z*> may Ik? imnij nonf Ttul the b ?f.,r-. of paaf BtlhlHltfclM sue L-e-M* that tli?. flr*-f nenn hin? tort of utrenrcth will i*"t 6MM until OOOMthing over two weeks from IN .ln.T on Which ?M etll to arm** was l*?tied The Marvellous Mcl.ou?hlin. It 1? not t?<o uni' li to t.ay that by yesterday'.* Tl.t'.rv oTer Norman B BrOOkM Mnurvr LoUghlbi fairly established hlmaelf a* the crento?? "f Hvlng tennis playera ^ it 11 erery allowance for the ficton In Mi favor, the young Californien showed n clear Superiority which ?? htnir?t bo gain nid, His youth und Indomltnble fighting spirit host AOWU the ah!e?t ?renoral of tfio UaVtaS CtJUTt. the man w>>.i look Wtldlng'a measure at Wimble ili'li H ta*l* weeks before 1 he tlrwf *et Shewed a-? thrllllnc ter.nl* n* '"" ? iftbreaklog ludpense will lire . merles <>f the twelve thousand who irUntueod it. Nevar in all the history of Um Devil t*u*. have brilllan?-. and r.-uraf:?* been M | UlHt'llOd. The final lpiue romains in complete doubt. I' anytidag? Um ?mericun prospects raffered ? net loss by reason of Wilding's eaay mastery of ?'? lams. Tliis nint.!) showed Wilding il bis top ??ame. ?Mel is elote to thai of Brookee. 1 be final result scorns iMogetiMr too likoly to hinco O? to*iiaj's doubles natch, wherein the Australl ans are certain to play their host Ramo. The question comes down to whether one rann can save the Dark Cup. Against stich n wonderfully nint.heil pair a? the Australians n food, lively American hope Is about all that any one will care to entertain. The Present High Price f.xcusc. Preetdenl WUeoo. has every Justification In di mending s rigid national Inquirj Into the rocen! lacreaaes la the prlcei of foodatnffa. The utter absurdity of the excuse thai Um European amr makes this Increase Inevitable should be apparent io the nort superficial student of the situation. in the jreer ended June 30, 1919, this country exported enlmi ituffs, flah ami moat and dairy products to the value of $881,778.919. In this same perl'.l it Imported animai-, br? flsfa and meal and dairy products to the value ol 151,5604182 Hero is a clear surplus of export over Import of 00. This year, owing to bumper crops, the export surplus under nor mal ci.h.liti.,us probably would great this Bui Just now, owing to an nlmosl com ige, the shipment ol this sur la hold up. it i? piling up in >Mir erareboi and grain elevators ami abattoirs. There should ho more f.i per person In this country to-daj than ai the same time in an] pr?tions year of the nation'?, history. And yel we are being told that the war 1? coa ir f.1 supply! There wa? never n better opportun.!} or ? worthier cause, It would ? ?rough teet "f our "trust busUng" machli ? A Noise Killer Ordinance. .dormen deeerre the thank?- of an 1 BUnlty f<T petflng the so-eallod anti-noi?-e ?.rdl i:a?i' e. and Mayor liltchel for having t-lgncd it. 'iiiis rained measure, t.. i>e sure, doc?; not under take to prohibit n.i the cacophony with which our ire walled. All n form cannot be coi ip ? in a day. This one merely makes it posi Ible lo tino or Imprison for ti.o days any person who ad vertises his wan- In the city's streets bj born, bells or other nolse-produclng m, to the disturbance of the peace. But that ii much The tourist scckinn i-uaiiit sidelights on life i:i foreign ?>nrts may Und "color" in the cries with which venders of the ,/atm gunner announce then mercbandlee, and the bells on French or Italian teamsters' bones may be deemed in interesting local custom, it Is dUTerent at home i h*. jang? ling string of cowbells which the Junkman attaches to in- nae.'ii awakens no enthusiasm when one Is trying to wort or. perchance, sleep. The strains <.r the bugle with which ih<* huckster heralds bis nM-roaoh ire not dulcet melody to waiting ear-. Thej never v?iii ho missed, 1 ho ellj ail] be mucb better to lire ln-*-?*eepeclallj to study, lo a? in M Itboot thein (?cncral J offre's Ride. smoke of European battlefields is rapldl;? forming the hue ?*f antiquity around war lo-rowi ami story. Traditions fall >?ith every triumph. The fighting methods that -.a*??' Grand Arm, Speakers such fruitful material f..r Memorial Da) -?.?hi one ?*?it!i Alexander's phalanxes, desar*! le glons and the helmet of Navarre. Tbe aaeault ?'i? Li?ge bas proved the obsoliescence of picturesque charges on rortlfled heights. Masked batterio? raining shells on unseen foes form no such theme as "Tbe Storming of Mission Ridge." The Chan tauqus platform and the college rostrum are bound to syffer. ?We learn thai General Joseph Joffre man.1er in chief Of tbe Inn. h army, has ?M,,, th" admiration of bis troops bj hi** endurance in ?la-i? Ing about the oouiury in a motor ear, with G< Bolllot, winner of tbe Grand l*rix, at the wheel. A battle front extending league upon league doubt requires an automobile, it is comforting i * know that soon real ase baa it last been found for the worlds speed kings. The enthusiasm i roused bj i commander courageous enough to neb a chauffeur can readily be under stood But what li to become of the foam decked charger; wbal of the panting si?*?*.!? We have bes d un* 'listan? clatter of hoofs steal out of the midnight alienee; we have llatened to tbe beats m:.* louder and louder on the sun baked road; ?.-.?. gripped the arm- <>r our orchestra chair.*: a.?, the horrendous "Wboal" echoed In tbe arlngi ami the dust covered courier, i.ted and spurred. iia?hcii on tbe stage with the eleventh hour i< prleve. Must we bos shiver it tbe sputter sud pop Ol - ?inc. I'crhapc II "Phil" Sheridan bad bad i motor car be would bave been el t'ednr Orsck shortly after the battle sentid, and thn- the hecesHity or stem mbig ? retreat with i OU-boreepower machine would btve been obviated. Just bow in? ou? m modern conditions i ? m conceive. Offhand a-e -h.i ,i goggled general, gripplus the windshield wlUi s claukln ? ' . Hie ..Hi?!, meanwhile taarht*] over the i I Juggernaut, would prabeblj cu the anmhilaUon be^uu bj tli?- enemy. I INES TO \ LADY WHO BRED I OPIOl I v< U !'? in?. TIAM OVEI TBE TOWII <>i \li,. l. hsi | ta.? ?I . I in?fr a url,, ? | fortk ' I ' wer Bccamulat? ?i i"-' ,it! m e!.| n ? r, ? it ??, Sg I sk, Psf kl ?eel? nr day rrsprr'ne Fiai i. ??<; en? Job, ?, ?Lady, sf >our ? I'ray fo? th-rr | ??le. Ir'; true that io be a Periedleallf '? s leak. It SStS in on i. 'nr abtUtt, Ff t1" truth h?- ;.s tkef sayi f 'ma leutt I .gad, ladead, l I ?iirite la ; I tOSpeot their Inste r-pin?; Bat h feeliag o'ar me sardes Tkat their rats "S less hard than n.Il SI Which is ?or?'? : loritj lucubrations ?Totted for T.-a.it sf fady Or h i bower at coruscations S"'rr '" hurst rn pr-nt * One? s pillar raint'did ?take tr.r, Showed m" from his column'? top. Anil when friends befcan to sljnkc xt.t By tho hand I couldn't atop. I was / Hi; simn acmpiterDal, in three year? I put o'er three; *?\ seklj landings or diurnal? I ruch fate on I I would carol as a linnet If some sksai wcnld ?eck ?my verse, I c?an write some Si ery minute. Rut the Fids, say "NO," or wortr. , their coldness Rets my nanri;. "/?/.<-?'. fugeet ?" i -ich Og th? ' tKT nitni," Than again I try. oar Pater? 1 your grace Instad? ? a hope ?that my ripe chatter *S canniag have an interlude? I' ft nr heart .so kind and true ?bs \\ itH BBS, I shall Bnd ?vim? ejjeer With the strain of tryinsr SO bt l'un n y once a year. J. BTBtTB. h ?ras i delight to aee ll( M' boughlla win his match with Mr Brookes yeeterda) afteraooa, but not an unmixed one, The beaaeball menaces of v.iino of tbe spectators were dtoconcerting t" ? irles "' "< ??i him, llacT made o? land why Americaa tourists abroad are laughed at a''t arrest ? man for applauding errors at i tennis ?match, ?which accounts for the large number of empty cells In the ?Jails. . ? BILE! reV ine?l . - ' : ' ' ? . I b?V? ' "Evtrg" and ?'Iajoic." So I still lia nuinl i r Of th? Wl ill?!?. ? OH Ml TEH As we cllnipso it from a h?-x"k pubHsber'S rtow point, the foreign rauatrfea nre all at ??r, exclud Ing t ?? BcondinaTian. THE BORBOBfl OF WAR. i ? sding all that'? rssdabl? SnoUBCed th? "-n niable. .1. pa William Jennings Bryan, si Bydnej ... ? | i the ??lea from Haalltf. Haslitl was writing aboul Mrs. .Ionian, an actress, "Her roice." bs said, "was ? .-"plia t.? the h.-art ?rich, full, 'ike the luscious Juke of t ? i ? - ?rich grape." IT TAKES M.I. KIND8, ETC i can stand for the guy with i pink neu. tie And the fellow who sport- ? -ray pat, But the boob thai i <ir<-nd is tiie one with ? bead That lies ander i groen strs~ hat Fan KI.LS. White jiapcr |s growing scarce, yd Sunday'? public prints, in all s to ?j likelihood, will carry [ "news" r.i the ummei resorts. ? ????? 00 MUCH .' I e - ..' -, '".ii Woman to take ebars? at t ill? BbOUl . | - Our own War Photographs Scene in the pilot-house ?J?* of Viribus Lniti?, one of Austria's largest warships. rut THAT! IT, II ' "Aipap?r ? ? - "WHAT WILL PBOr ? . \H-.k' . S31 lliuniaii ?VI is week i. * ? - . ,ii l?av? - ? ' I ?tor. tlia ieru I ? to ??in: ?? ? ot tha ? With M''l.?.t:ihlln. BuOedy and fcfnrraj as native b. ? ut the risk of repetition, that ill?? m.mi- ol California ?be changed to Tsnol ?? Oik OWN TRAVELOOtliS. Bir The most Important f-i?;hts beere, In the et n of tourists .ui'i ?back drivers, are the scene? aii'l iuati"ti ??? - Daughter. i Cabl Baaaai s of the Darts Cap Committee D i >. .' . i olli and Trouk - u HOM ABI roi i Ml? ? i i;ii," ? I TOO Ml (?si ? li"tu we bopS ? III -In; ?? ?gala und? i une. U r h.i.? been calling it nu lotei nsi loi until Old Baai Martla -t as right ' r. p. a. WAITING. THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN a?-?kl"fSS.ior Public Debate. AN "UNHYPHENATED AMERICAN" Though of German Descent. He Con? siders Germany in the Wrong. in the Editor of The Tribune. Bin As an American ?>f German I sen reading with recl? ines of mingled nausea and indigna? tion the letters of various "German ' sensing (lie press and pub no? assuming a f-arti ..:. attitude tavorabie to Germany in the present war. Ill- ca?'.Iir:a 1 principle of American political belief ??. that all just govern? ment ?Ion?' - Sri trotM the con? sent of the | and it i?* because ems intent on violating th's principie that Americans generally sympathize with Fiance, Great Britain ami Belgium. in cat! this war ? struggle between' . an.I Slav i-i incorrect, because ???ily Slavie but also French and English peuple are arrayed again?!. lu nanny, ami also because a war will not decide the growth or decline of cither race. If the Herman and Au - Irian f< Id bl SUCteS ful in the present war one result would be t" convert Austria-Hungary into a Slavic governed by a Kapsburg, it is' true, but nevertheless an empire in which the Slav's would largely pre? dominate, inasmuch a.-? it is not thf in? tent um of the Teutonic forces to cx termiaate the Blavs? but merely to govern them. Another probable result if Germain i suceessfal will be the annexation by Germany of Belgium and Luxem? burg, and possibly Holland and Bwil ..(??land as well. No one who believes in sclf-go\ernincnt can look on this with anproval. N'o. the came of the present war i< :!.e desire ot Austria t<i brmg under it.; dominion the unwilling Servians, and German/- in hacking up Austiia in this iiiiinnral proeeedi ig, is v rung. This, I think, is til.- feeling si most of us. In eluding tin writer, who, while ?f Gcr rran . consider himself an UNHYPHENATED AMERICAN. Tori, Auk- It, till CANADAS PARTICIPATION Here's a Man Thinks We Should Stop Her Sending Troops. ? ' rhs Tribune. Sir: All I will admit that tnis country ?? ill light at the drop of the hat rather than see Canada con many or aajf other IM \?e love Canada or Englai d, I ie *-??? knew our ' wa Int i? fair te Oor kot to touch Canada .1 id thin 1 20,000 or 100,00 ... jJp. i Canada to interfere, and should prevent her even by force of arms. 1 am not a German. ?me of that fames! "Bi tl h fair piny." RICHARD P, READ. Nf? Tort, Aug. 13, If] ' NO PANIC ON CECIL1E And None Reported?Line Corrects Alleged Misstatement. >? I ditoi ef The Tribune. Sir: (?n toe nr I la.r i,f this niorn om Richard Harding Davis, dated Liverpool, tug 12, m which appe_rs a reference to the North German Lloyd's steamship Kmep I | ? hie"", we be ? ?! and sbso - i story thl .ngeis on the Gormas ?hip Kronprinsossin I SCilie, Mi?, i <i? back to Bar Harbor. ?as conspicuo, ily absent on this ship." As a mattOI rif fart, not one uf th-, | pasecngcri on to* Kronprintesstn Cecilie made a statement that a panic had occurred. Such men as Ledyapd Blair and others of like promu agreed that the discipline on board the Kronprinzessin l'ccilie was most P%. cellent, and all joined in commending ?ant;.in ?'halles Polack for his < fti eiency ami seamanship. Captain Po lack's integrity and bravery have to?. aftSS been tried and never found wanting to need any defence from me. The circumstances aurrouri'litig the tup of the Losltsnis were vastly dif? ferent from those of the voyage of the Kronprinzessin Cecilia, the Cunardei being en route to a friendly borne port direct. This is written in an eiTort to pre? vent an aspersion being cast upon the seamanship of Captain Polack and his crew, which has been praised in thou? sands of editorials in the newspaper press of the United States. ?EVAN JUSTICE, North German Lloyd Steamship Com? pany. New York, Aug. 13, 1911. CHILDREN IN A MODERN WAR Uiefulnest of Boy Scout? Raiiei Ques? tion of Their Statu?. Te the ?Editar sf Tlv Tribune. Sin 1 note that the first Foy Scout has been taken m ??.rfr carrying plans. What i| the official |i?.si?ion of children in modern warfare'.' Hitherto ".r baft been accustomed to regard tkeis SS noii-belliger^nts. but snu-o S number of children hade been trained in recent years to do all that a mili? tary spy can do. or nearly, ami re? peatcd experiments have proved that they can take observations useful to a military commander and carry them in pita ?if orgat l/.C'l surveillance, their .?n is surely altered. By vntue of ths Boy Scout movement it seems to me that every el IM, boy or girl, ? pec? to an invading army, and a genera1 might be justly accused of negligent-? who ?lid not a'.tiT.ipt ta destroy sodan? genius s menace. Oas little dispatch may ruin a campaign. I'erhap? this IS to be a new feature In Christian wirfare, dictated ?? "??ill af heaven " ThoM who look in th? Bible for ths lcgulation of ? modern eirenmstaaes will delight in the return to good Old Testament methods, rhrills! STEPHEN HAWE1S. Voik. Aug. IS, Itl I. THE PRICE OF COMFORT Some Statistics Involving the Wearing of Light Clothe?. To the ?Editor sf I'lie Tribune. Sir: Your editorial "Making the worst sf a Heat Wave" Is, ta say the Iraelv. Coming from ths South, ".here Wearing apparel ?| .uitc.l to cli? matic ronditions, ?me naturally won? ders v. hat is the matter with ?hi ?le. Why ?,re lightweight and light ? slori taboo? ?i the writer bas been asking these questiei getting the answer that "white ftantfU ? -?ely at th? beach" I have noticed only ?two or three men setlgh to venture on ?he treats is whits trousers. Whether thev ieuthern visitors, basineas men SS at .-?one sum i ic. rssorl I vas too timid to inquire, i went to the clcanei | t.. -"Users cleaned and pressed un?! he charged me 75 ?cut s ?> kind si don't care expression on his lace. I felt my query wet answered. A ipnid mental calculatio,. gives these Ulowing that a million men ? the streets sf New York City ?... . i sold cost sio.Onn.otiij to i i- . ids ihem with white ' not (extra ??u?lity and it would e.?.t | 1,600,000 ???. cry ?eck to keep thtns n order Is it pride or doll??? Is |( bishness or good business? I. i:. BENNE1 r. New Urk, Aug. 11, 1914. HINMAN THE CANDIDATE Press Comment on Ex-Sena tor's Published Statement. Nobody can say that the Hon. Ha* rey I?. Hinman, eaadidate for the nom ination for Governor on the Reptih 'nan aini Progressive tickets, is fail HiK under false colors or endeavorin; r.i fool any man or partv. At i'latt?; burg the other day he delivered i ii which leaves no doubt m t what he stands for or what he will en dcavor to accomplish if elected. Th r-pe?ch was printed in this paper yes terday morning, and it deserves care ful and thoughtful reading on the par of those who desire to know about Mr Hinman and hi? candidacy. It is : plain, unequivocal stattment of hi attitude.?-Utica Press. Mr. Hinman is a candidate as a Re publican for the Republican nomina tion for Governor of the State of No* York. As a Republican he represent the purpose to eject the present ad ministration. If the voters of an? party ehooas to accept him as a leude in thbt really non-partisan, as it i. most desirable, work, there is no rea son under the sum why Mr. Ilinmii? should refuse their votes. But his ex plicit declaration, which could not h made stronger, is tha' in return foi those votes he detracts not an iolr from his Republicanism nor adds ?hi most infinitesimal pledge to his real genuine, transcendent obligation, which he assumes with all the force of hi personality, to give the State of New York decent government. Troy Time? Mr. Hinman make* a declaration of independence which he had been pub? licly invited to make by frier | foe; which many no doubt hardly ex? pected he would make, and which some secretly hoped he would not dare make. The portent of Mr. Hini-ian's declara? tion may be summed up in his owi .ids, as contained in the report of his speech printed in this BCWapapor last evenings "I have not become aad am not the. candid;.to of Colonel Roosevelt, nor of ? ht man." Mr. Hinman nppears irrevocably com? mitted to Republicanism without I equivocation, .?uburu Advertiser. Hinman is the only candidate for Governor m the Republican primaries whe can unite the four ant!-Tamilian*. groups. Mr. Whitman eannet do it. Mr. Hedges cannot do it. Kingham ton Republican-Herald. WAR AND WOMAN SUFFRAGE If Women Had Ballot, 'Tis Said, Wars Would Cease. To the Editor of The Tribune. Sir: War is the strongest argument ? ?' all for woman suffrage. Woman is tiie River and conservator of life. Man throughout all aces has-been th? stroyer of life through the savagery Ol war. There will be no more wars when WOmea throughout the world have the ballot. All international question! will then be ?ettled by arbitration? and right n?t might will be the ruling po?. er. Men declare war without the sanc? tion of or consideration for women War demolishes ?he hemOi reduces the women and children to abject poverty, subjects them to all the horrors and ?ienioralir.ations of war and the agony?, of douht md sorrow in the loss of tneir nie.ie children. Many misinformed mind? have the misconception that woman in wanting the heliot has the intent to elil SSaa from the earth Sie wants the hallo, that -he may ..?o'.eot m mi a-*a?n;f his impulses for war. She ?santa the ballot as a mesus of in? ducing arbitration. M. S. New York City, Aug. J_l, 1914. $524 FOR FRESH AIR Day's Contributions to Fund Bring Total Above $26,000 The following contribution? ccivcd for the Tribune Freih Ai yesterday: - | h J ll-nlf ?.lvord. \ \i ? If n 1 llihcd ?n| rre re r Fund ?o . i.\ ? - ? :? i... IMith McCoon, Lucyll? Austin. ' ? til? i tbt "4 Mother it l."-,-feit. . Without my name. LCD . Harbor. .* B l D, i Ci "-? I .? Win. V M push? n i< ?Bmaaall. a a. a \Y I To I IU? nil. l.t:.!>. 'A M. 8., J. M. W. II . II. Il H - ? -f I'.HS? 111 Ion. b": Island tit"-? uf 1. Mr? i: n ?.? . ?'? ?" il. P. s ?I .? e. ' ? i.llnton ? ?....?r?eatlonat Pan-tv grhi l'?r>?r?..,. - ' I '??. I en V , .,... :.? .-, Berkelo) tsprlng? . ...... Me ",\ ? H . J. P. All? . . . . il T. Plumb. *r.t . Mr?. Krederlck V.'illtam?. ?in? i. . ?? no ... ? ??* ?U0 ?' ?a ? \\a". . ??<*? . Z eg . i to _ ? ?? u I ? . t ?? . 1 to i m \ '? 1- . in? ' so ... 'ta "" i as II \ .t ' ?w? SS 41? *S 'Tetal > Contributions, preferably by check er ' order, <ihoul?l bo made pa;,?bl? to th? Tr;bun? Fresh Air Fund, Tk? 1 ribune, New York. IN THE BERKSHIRE.?:. ? 'II ?, 1 "?".une I Leno .. Mass.. Aug. 13. Mrs. Alfian der Sedgwick, Mrs. <'?rl de ?;er?dorff, Mrs. Walur B, Eaton and Mis Man?? Hague have issued cards for a ?Unce ?* I aslno, in Stockbndgo, Saluriiav night. Miss Julia Applcton. of New York, is | Misi K ?;>? Lawrence at AHes \\ 'in dc n. Mrs, I ??? >n lloadlc: ha? been visiting her mothe ??ei.rge Seymour Hastings, is " bridge, has ?.'one to Branden, Vt Ml William Pou;:i*s Sloane has re turned to ?Elm Court from New Xetk and has Mr . Elliott F. Bbspstd a? ^'f guc-t. Mr-, (?ou\ei near Kortright is visit? ing Samuel P. Blagdcn. jr., at HI Farm, in Wlllissssw ? IN THF. WHITE MOI NTAIM ' l? graph to Th? Trtbjnr 1 ?rsttOD Weeds, N H . Air II Mr -, French Vanderbilt. Ma-tei \\ H. VamlerbiH. of Newport, and Mr?. North are a" the Mount \Ya hington Hotel Margaret Patterson -Ion?" tertain-d ?I de la Dense ?hi? afternoon in honor of Mrs. W. Clad? ding Smith and Mm? Florence Som?r ville, of New York. ?Curtis Tiagley, of Prend?se?, accompanied by Mrs. Ch? son ?n?l Mn. H Mort ho, ?re at the Mount Washington Hotel.