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WKDNKSTOAY. M>\iviitiii 4. loti. ?"rwnfxl ay,.1 BSBBO00O4 .latr, bj flM ? aOBBOiatt?W, ? N'exv Tork corara: SOI ; O t ?rner Rosira S.-.-reta-v . lOOreM auiMinai. na v . siTiscafrrTioN i ?. ? of OJNUoaf *?w York ? Dally oad .?????? i i | . Dally and t P?'.l\ a S ' , | 1 tr.l ' ' |SOR] S*AD?AN O.? DAILI \\l> >ATl >: f BSOi :'i "Vve \.-k B1 ND l?i r ON ? moa * ? moa ^ne u?. DAB 1 . ir.e m" tl .CO ???.a ;-f?r . . tear. Bntered at rhs : The MOBBM BSV IxO , I M tt I UM UM - . ,? ? ..?? cf ,,,-.. i prtata aad t?1 Mining rnis?eat?ir.? ? atami The Country's Rebuke to the Wilson Administration. p.?, Yv ?..?, \ ? no ?stand* condemned hf public D| InlOB Ex.:. UM distra?*Mi?ns of I world tvpe did not pT-v.-r-,? (he fofl ' - coun? try from o\; BeiT emphatic d'?--?ipr-ri.N:?1 of Itg Beta n:i?'. It W05I CBDutj n.'itr.rril that in international catastrophe of unptwdenfod pro portion? like the plungh i conttaeni vx-ar ?bomM tbe?t>rt ere for tbe moment, all v o a ?? 8 bad ' bI the WOrid by the prostration of orodi? and the interrupt ?'") of ft I There ? ' en It seemed .is if the war -night ?? r\ e u a moni e of charity corering the failures of the Adr- It le the Ia?t blow whose B?Bg remains keenest !n the ."onsoiousnoss, and the to o.ir business troubles caused by the oro r I mined to oTerahadow ii the tlioti-l - hard- ' ships drv to the unwise 'ation : i Waal Few peioi ? the cot Would sny when if jot Itg flrtt Chance to rej an opinion on ' -ratio Prea gad a DoflaOcrotk tbe wot came fi'ong as a provi'":-'': ' ? ::inMr. V' favor end eoemed : ? ? -ire off the pui of the TOteri to demand .in Immediate reel '? dM help in tw > ? ?"?'Ion's i Itm . For I-triff rates made it; rv i i ? boTiag o ... . 0W!l produce' a oren I ?lgn competition Pi tectrxe tariff <?ondltlona were | ostor??d automatically, I :wood ra? the contrary : I ilHng off 1b ??!*? ?custonte reTeuue gi nor pnss.n? on emergency trat tn^ law, n tslkfyQOO.000, which b I ?Ofl I BU In?rense ,.; $l?Vi04?,fX)0 in onnuol eetosdalous legislative extravagance. 'I hi oV'ii - boaaa ?toped Into let! tdmtnlstntlon u war as a cover for its Bins. Mr, Wilson has I nidged In this State and In most of the other big industrial nnd con Htercial Bl record a - n disturber ol pOrit iont!y e.f the ? pean conflict. II oras 1 m" aa big, ' the lighten took II He I? Bag 01 |gt . normal t-peed and employment on a normal I His policios oient? ?1 th. * ? ?ountry fias Buffered ev?w - ? me known tr?.r> vein - ?i> powei departments of the Bjoren ? Mr. Wilson-.-, atl bastead ,.;' i ., lng a i iff over all in id.- ii lap uralit 190 orei thf Deiuocrotlc party fa io n minority. In ?' ? have m'-'.' than held their own. Mr. Wadawi splendid victo I WOT 1n the face of a oVnOand tl Adminisfr," Ion by ? ard. In other sta??--. then lng away from tlio ?!? have eontrolled at Wonhlngton. At this writing it ma] ' . to assert po.'itlvfti?'?, the] if Denmcratic control Id ihe Bonao, r. d?ear that the count] condemn.'d the cotaseQiienc? - of thai control In an absolutely ?xmclusive inanner. No More I'lcction Bonfires? u'hiie tbe Police Deportment's efforts to oblit erate the ?'.?'ction night bonfire were not a com? pleto taca wer.? fewer of Umso small boj .?elebrati"iis tlH - D Usual, i I that in a year or tv.-. the txmflre will juin the unsafe and In sane Fourth of July celebi I That Avill ho i unity ami the bmal! boy l Police < - W '-timates thai year there was nii?hh?> daiaage cauoed by I fires. That la too nach to pay for that brand of joy making. The aion < irelesaneii about Brea la suppressed the safer the community win he at the time and pernniicntlv. for nothing Is so dan? gerous as to OaKOUItge carel. ? . falling to dlscoiir.'i'-'e it. Wh?erc the Guilt Lies. The death to ways Pr tiiM 276 ' illdren I ?|\|- been : tins city ' ' ?? Jaauary I. As -i reamlt o? dreadful showing the society urges passage of an iTdirntii. ?? forbidding skating on roller or ice ekates In th?> atr (hat might djniini.-U i igs in MMM t-llglif dorrec lO might mloi-nntr? enfor?-. i,., i ( of ;! e i raffle ordlaaMog islstlaf u> Um i???.?; driving ?if intomobUao, But gooiethlng moro Il .oivucli un.I fgllOJU'Mllg la DtOOgSSSI bO gtop (Ml slaughter of tin? inno.ont?. The buIH If Ml gs liivly en lim driver.. <>f tin? vihh-le?. Children DN_M play piny of SOUS nnturo 1m M lastpursblo fron die child ?s iMr-stlilBg i?.. Bo long u ??< arg tin? only plteta in which ttatftnaandg o? tbem .?mi plgy, tlii'.V Will plriv In tin? gtNtta, 'I'll.? baa not half enough plajgiXaundg nmi r***creation I centieo and gymnasiums, \ aocietj which N not stocked by ih.'-?? figures of ilaugbter to the point of cob provision of thaae play pin?'?--, aven ?r taxaa do mount a point or two, la not to be -.1 ?rerj deeplj by anything I he- Bud. . oiici Roosevelt betrayed the name of progress VrbOB be ran An ggg-Otanl Tammany ticket. In tbt ?tnto this full. Tu the tbooonada of booeot bul misled mon and woneo arbo looked to hi*? move ment of two yours ne? ns ,i deliverance from tin meanneoa of machino pol?tica, he presented the spectacle of playing lbs rraeblnf *>?>iitio?? of ? party for whose 0**ganlzation lie CSred moro thiui for th? great came ?'f fighting Tammanyism nf ?Jbany. Plainly condt-ctlng a campaign -Berety to keep bis dwlndllxig remnant together, ii?> mad* a I'liiiT at repreaentlng a moral issue in vain. 11m propio, oaf;. :' to sir l.o it U Dm nnd Murphy, had no an for iiim His candidat?* polla fewer vote?, than th<? mounto ba*nk niart?r s ob i om third piae? M? party drops to fifth (dace, if. Indeed, the Sc*cial1sf? or f-onio other minor party whose voto we do not learn until nevera] days ? have not crowd??-! II into alxtb place. The story of Now York is ro peated In other otates, wiii.'ii turned their ta upon ti.i? onl-Mrp-iing *n> I era. Ou tho faoo of the election returns, if that I?, all ? ? com? m.indin?- figure In tin? world of national poUtlCS,SOl too, d UM obi T'.ill." Mr. Whitman's Flection a Repu? diation of 14th Street. The Republican In 1 attrlb ? t?> two thlnga iRence of Tammany Hall's ?ramo of pr.an and graft, ? re to rabuks :i retain Pr? ? , f??r the sake of his own admlnlst- I it to t>.' Judged on tU questlonal I bla lot with I*am? nnd indir ? riy Demo* ?v a Tam can b of the i oters. ad explanaUons will avail ? en fairly ? they : ? _a It is, hi irpby i may mingle their '? the voters of r. mind to . ? It is a fitting ? - - ? oli il ?' and i rest v? hieb have chaiacterized the I I o the hist years, nnd the b duced Washington V >ly a cover f ?. Murpbj and : Tam? . . ? Indi pendent J> ? ?? late foi the y, the vote. ? try 1 fortune with the Dei _ Itb Re publlcanlsm iti charge of tho Old Guard Sulzer, ed by bla rl - to power, drifted into a fight with . ulted in an ei ; men) followed. Governor Glynn, professing Im ? of Tam at i ' ind i?nico Directorate. He ? nor where 11 did ' t Tammany, be could cover n* the any'a ? kind Of t- '? "1 '?? for President ' Cablnel members ny to Ind Fort-nab I ... m-. Whir |1(] here was a ? He bad pros, i ited graftei them to Jail? He bad I ? i-i balked In Jailing more of them bj - . . - :. 11" r preiented precis. tlon ol es the ; . ? ?' ? i out the '"merry firm of Grab and Graft" from Its headquarters in the ? ?i _nd ? the Job a ? well done, the voters elected a Republican ? ? and i ? sis i are to stand with Govi Whitman in his work in taking office Mr. Whitman and bis i pledged, first, to a general bKrasecleanlng, i ben Is .'?'?' - ' - - -i of It, to tnmon de ce?ey and honesty In tl trice. Beyond that there i-. need for economy- not the figure Juggling kind ; rofe ed by G ivernor Glynn, i?ut ? real i ' luces s dollar's worth <?f mat? ? does DOl de iiiaiid expenditure. To thai .Id? d ? orgai ? e hieb will duce .?id." the many ? I i?u the Btatute books and, perhaps, a repeal of i ? ?! some lawi not en foi?-cible. New Toik state, with I un, enters on a now era of administration. It La a liberal state. with ? b .and adminis? tration. a mirk of signal a] proval . ? ?,?, hlch ? ? -i rnmenl from him s ? - m office, i [< . their good Will y BUpport in any ? to live ap t?. as, J The Conning Tower Whitman Is elected. tOU the benefit of tlio?.? who depend nhnlly upon thlj Capstan of Cnchiiiiuition fur their political news, nnd Ti'liu read It from beghnfalg to ?vriither eoni nieiit, thn protedtag paiagrash h featared thi? morning. our sandidato foi Oovornor, Mr, Whitmaa, was bso ui; hut oar candidate ?'.?r Boaster, Mr. Charlea Edward Bseeoll, failed af election. Nevortheleee, wa shall voto for him no.' November, and the November that, ?nd tio on. Mr, RttBaoll la the ablest man ?hut ever advised os to stay out <?f tio* newspaper business* und wo bevor were on.- to fore-..'. The remit in Ohio, where they ???ted aa prohib? lisa mu? snArage, m highly aigatteaat, Significant of what.' Ah, ?hero you have Sal Anil lit eleven o'clock last nicht they were ?i busy at the telegraph that) wa didn't like ta a?k what the reenll was. I>i<t That (ill Bves Ciinte In Von? i waa dlaaatiafled whore l was nt, > i waa tired, ovan though I sat, Tired of the eelf-rightOOU) lite I \\h* living, Tired ot the BOTviCO I WSS giving, Di atii Bed where l waa at. Tired ,-tlthonprh I ?nt, Diacontontod in home or in pew: Say, did thnt feeling OVOl come to you? Raymond C. Meixell in the rittshsigb FvangclrcnL Certainly. I'nyinond, we frci|tietifly feel Things are n long way from ideal: f.lf.' is a bust. It's a titinnif t?> go through It; Sometimes in- feel there ain't nothing Into It. off.-n we think it is tir.t worth a rap, Sitting, or reclining, or banging to a strap Von Masad our feeling; ?ti pew or at homo - Etat we cheered up lots ?.?.hen we read your pome. Among th'* thinr-i we don't know nT hand nrc Mr? Rockefellor'a middle nnmo-, md arhat the one n. m. train to Philadelphia, arriving there at. sevrti, doei to while BWay the time. Abo, romo day pomrbody in going to tr'I tis why the school? close on Flection I?ay. We wer?* told once, h-it the reason didst ?tick. ttOJtDEAV. i , Bppooa that If I ran ? ClUd? 1 of I'll, ttan stam atx t tea every wi < k, r?i ever have tic aervi or > beek jo asa Dm my manl Mttionirri M? vorsea BfcoaM not ?can. Tbu-gn they uhi.iitii t?<- t.-. botter than Tin- i umaaouflf peak,? T meant t ? *? T r-gan : . m sever put the 1 an? however wi She. , re op? il?, r?i ? plai st. .t. EL rire pub? lished daily, holiday or no. The ?cantineas of th" . ???.n nightms telicit t?*-?i?? rebuke. . . . ag Day, 1 . i n i ? r the 1 ' . ? | v. . ? a .... ....... ?I'll.. l'a. J. n. I . . a , r ???? ?. s ???' ' . , a '? ?'. V ??' r SS I.hir.g. ! . !. ' J. J. From P. Marion Crawford'a "Fair Margaret": "There was no one in the hall but '? The nota ? rhom," a? han been hinted, ? an at "between each ? rtienlarly apolla your .Iny ? Suicide and the Remedy. DB DOR -MART? I 3TT, HO. r?re drop of 1 Or a dozen blrda or inora Ai i will l< 11 a ? at or -i ?-real big man I It 1 fon ? v.'.-'r.- compelled to inhale thn poisoned srriok? Whlch ilocsn't seem quite fair. ,ol:er ? 0 C L C ' ? >ol hall?, ? [MOI To-morrow I iy Fnwkos Day; and the idea prevails thr.t much gl I Deed in Fur???.?? ?,?.' la \ ivienne! Ftp. ith nnd 'hamo ' ? . your ear; them's my rentim ever since she wa? knee high , I he's a? plain as a : en, nnd as thin as a snake in the gra?s. It's [111 like : . ' vase. I know her folks too. lier ??.,, tie, nii'l as deal ? ? !'?; hoi basket; and her brother throw-- a WOt blanket over the king's Bag? He wi u!d pour cold water on a mud fence. | thereb? I -ilk purse. I Mi; i foolish to maks mountains out of ? ?. lamba, but it would be easier for a rollinK stone to go through the eye of a needle than for me to endure that brother! I'd like to shake him until hia teeth v.ni-ld stop a clock! I honestly believe that man would take three bites of a nail on the hea?l! ma ft-1 mad Bl the WOrl 1, 'the flesh and the SI NT) BAD. tica may be intci? money spent In the | ? C ml itti might have kept many . tion. I he (omplele Charactirirer. ? ?J Wflli'l "The WgB cf Blr hSSM ll?rr_rr,-**] He was one of those very natural-minded men with activa imaginations who find women the most inter? esting things in a full nnd interesting universe. He waa an entirely good man and nlmo.t professionally on the side of goodness, his pen was a pillar of the homo and he was hostile and even actively boa tile to all those influences that would undermine and thing; but ha did find women attractive. r of in I he was s vary aoraaa] man. to depend wholly upon ! lo of 1 tical m who are in the h the ultima- ? ? man is elected. 1. P, A. TERCENTENARY. FATHER KNICKERBOCKER?My little garden has grown. THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN ^?feg^ THE CHRISTIAN CRF.ED A Suggested Para^rnph To Be Added by Those Who Believe. r of 1 I Tribune. t this s r who : ?stiar.s to odd B This for in- j I . turning the other cheek to hit lites me? in laying up no r e; i b ii.-re; in ? - ? what Is] si all eat it git ing to him taring my eloak it; In loving tn who ? who pane* n : ic ,. ? ? I; in visiting ?' i hangrT and th attainment of spiritual ;i n is d gen - all the world, whit? v er red, Slav . Teutcm or Sikh, Jew or I would tn traj *her.'" I ? . creed of mino. It is the ? .. ? of I i r itionity. i reed, nnd practising It, o prof? ' i and call tians '.villing to sub HARRINGTON. ' . 1, 1914. WII.SONIAN NEUTRALITY Why Did the President Ask for an Im? possible Thing? ; Tl.' Tribuno. in our papers P lent'l advice, 0 itl :r ' of the atrietly to conform to Ilo docs not an as merely against I ?:? ntr ility by armed In? ? ..r the It would l?e n vulgar i. teej ii doty We an? tl in thought and in speech. '. iees B novel element into ' t ah ty. The President t.? teach oi not to sin against ility by thought or by word any 'ion. ih" trouble la, howeror, that day uf ets come to oar knowledge bearing unmistakabls sritloaee of aa> ilty which impose logical con I upon our minds. Wt? couldn't i our mind?) ni to who , ? the Bg? :, who violated treaty obliga ? ? i Belgium, Imposed d d< ? royed There are in of Belgium eJbil c it off mutilated, and v.o work of some "super be oequoloted with these i from forming er judgment as to who is wrong: ?n?l B psychological impo-? \:ul verbal neutrality is as All the editors I "? the presidents and pi of Our universities and an in- I amber of correspond bave unreaervedly spoken out. ? ri Presideot Wilson's d I if the 1 ? ' ought ? , ll ? I ul in their expression of ?-n.trment? To be neu? tral in forming our opinions mean to form no opinion at all, is impossible; to be Impartial ii cult, but th:V hi our duty. Il i hard. isn't it, to ho an AmorieoO citizen in till to 1 Proaident of the ' America? M. S. GABRIEL, M. D. Now York, Nov. I. 191 '. THE BELGIAN CHRISTMAS FUND Aid from the Rockefeller Foundation Should Stimulate Others to Give. To the Kditor of The Tribuno. Sir: Th ? action of the I Foundation in n (.coring, as anno ? to-day, non-eombntun's in the \ countries involved iri the Kur war i? magnificent and will form onn moro enduring tributo to tho gener? osity of American philanthropy. It is well, however, at this moment so np 1 ailing and vast is the need size ?he statement of tho preai tho Foundation thnt the pr. will "not render forts of ot tin- need is widespread and m i t' people i ' of the Hoc. serve, r.ot tighten bin pa rii ga, but ra*. , aa example and giving in this . of hu? manity. The Dollar I am trooaoi ? help all i ? n Bolgiana m : >? aa 'in' procee I allot , and all doi I to that fund will be quarters bef By co-operating with tl..? Shi 11 mas Find in London, which ha reaily collected .' well organised to d tribote relief to the n. ? ? Bel gium, we b< ? ( bri itm agonizing, less lonely and tesa and for thousands and thousands of "the | nio without a country." I em therefore, with p-ttat earn through your valued columes I new my oppeol to all aympat send ahing a dollar and more if you -ob. HENRY CLEWS, Treasurer Dollar Chrlatmoe Fund for HomolaSS Belgians. Broad it NOW V?irk. Nov. t, U'14. A Mystery. To tho Editor of The Tribune. Sir: If asked to name the, gr? I mystery in the world, here i? what I should submit: The fact that devout, church-going men and women, who would be heart-broken if their own children were foreod 'o endure pov? erty and to prematurely enter or mine, make not t!. to chango a ayotem of society in which millions of other children, ail G creatures and with BOUla of last magnitude, mast suffer mentally, phys? ically and apiritool y boca ; *e of borsh living conditions. Y. East Orange, N. J-. Nov. 1, 1911. The Kaiser and von Moltke. To the Editor of The Tribune. Sir: Anent von Moltke's retirement your editorial of to-day says: "It was a safe presumption throe weeks ago that the Kaiser was 1 ; about for a scapegoat on whom to saddle the aborte mings of tl man camp.;. < This slur on the Kaiser ii gratuitou , . ? tn that mac I have read In A: . Hove j ou sad your co of justier? K. P. -. 1 ?? ?burgh, Oct. If, 191 I. The Italian Educational League. To the Editor of The Tribune. Sir: The Italian Bdoeotionitl League is an organization devoted to the In I ? of the children of 1 the City o:' New Yi r :. ' . lng tl A same time timed to a school conditions in the ac to t We are ready to OBI I Bril p:iN of schools ? g in Italia". ? r meeting . such as the above coul . given with odvontog N A. J. l'i II Italian Educotioi r st., New Fork ? tty, Nov. 1, U BEFORE SHERMAN SAID IT War Hid Made a Similar Impression Upon Others. To th? I The T- b ? three volum : ' ' ? ' try, colored. They eont ? War. Th? to 1 h-j* i to in tho ' l . ? ! to ex ? of Jar ; 18 last and whici ? ' nobi'.i' th t he meonnet ? ind round V-, . lows ttl? lame, "A I : ? n's Lett by S| in 191 : ? '? tale I!om|an; It . ? -, Fox'i ?'? war and the later ] commoi .? ? v .'in at ; evidence | to < leneral S : ? unknown to me) 1 try ignorant man who eon ' o word C, on ? I uv it e\.-r ft i am til that dont :t no DM git hi II n boo hirn i my if | gil tri dorn hard to | is pltti',1 out or ido ? maibee start to nito 1 r fur nal dam yonke? i II.. a dr.m wunder. Tiia.r tii. on a boo sod a dorn site on. brot! ? r.lT.T G. WILDER. B let. 21, 191 Ireland's Debt to Germany. To the Sir: 1? makes no difference ? \ tho F.ng li.-h land value-gr HENRY I? BYB ?- TorhCity, Hid, ENCJ-AND'S TREATIES Only Her Go?- M-.de Wet Empire Possible, It Is A?.?rrte?i To the Fditor < ? it the : ! . a ' ' - c . ' ' ? - ' I . ' ? ? ?re . ? ? : I - ?IIS ' ? or 'A ' Pige ? ^Ti? mon : n". ?? ; af .. i it fr? ?" 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