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il i *?i> w m>\ i mu? l? n ???i... ?.-.. ? N?? ? ,, \ ? ,t . ?; S . \ H) Mail 1 ?i??:.- i Se?. . , I .' ? ? oui: - ? ? ? " CANADIAN RAI I v \ ? .- r ASO ?'NDAT: II ?I ? ? ? ? : \ ."M > r The " The Earnest Efforts ol the Demo? cratic Sunshine Society in Washington. Hark " ? ? ? ? - -' ? : '??'??' ;i: home with the Dei itatcsmen x-'? hington ng to trim up tin crow intry has serv?ed th?Bm for Thanks i turkey. The Presiden! is reported to be \ er the **a ilson triumph" ol .ist. and the Democratic Nat : iponded to the ni of by issuing a tabulation purporting to show ?thai on the basis of last week'i retun ? arty still has a plurality even in th? il College. Thi ittee's < alculation is whim t extret 11 the vote for Rep s for the Dorn? te which elected eitl : or a Democratic Governor. It : h as the normal Democratic ? h of Democi atic candidat? irity who managed I .-.'uti most of the ot defeated. The absurdity of that ? ?? ing the re which the committei ? Democratic. In i nia a Democi ? ??. evenly di ? ? rat was elected I j two I lemocrata were < I elev? i irmal oui 30 per ? tal vote. a Democratic state. It a Democratic - it chose a Re? and Republican candidat? a major:' ? New Mexico, also ator and no stab but the Republican candidate fur th? essful. In this case the tic claim has a hatever. Ma -. Michigan and Mini lected l ??-n . nors. Bui Democratic c the other -achusctts has acquire : habit of cuttii iblican nomine?' for Gov hc has run behind the Michigan el ernor although Mr. Wilson was t? :. ;. Mr. Taft, ai well as by Colonel R iny Demo . j.h the stal whelmingl publican. Mr. Han this year, won pularity. He bad carried the times, bul when he Ik-, a'. ? te for I ovornor hi- district trength on na '? ' accurately I by the fad that Massachusetts elected rteen, out of thirteen and linn? ta one dal itk state be i tiamoerlain. The lat n Oregon run nini ticket. He is a born officeh? ? d their < nt ? ? ntativei in < 1 South Dakota a Democrat was elected to the United S ?wing to factional opposi Bui the Repub .??? ticket v. ?ful, and two of the three Re] resentativet chosen wore Republicans. The situation in Wisconsin was somewhat simi? lar to that in South Dakota. Governoi McGovern for Senator because he was cut by nd-pat" Republicans and was also unaccept extreme La F< Uette Following. A Repub wai i lected and the Democrats got ?inly one Repi oui of ??even. Wyoming Republican Repn tentative, bul a fu . Progressive carried a Dem ? ? ' Govi (Bee. In all t: ex? ep1 California and Colo* ,. R? publican control has been pretty thor? oughly re established. California, whatever it is, i- anti-Demoqratic. Excluding Colorado, the elec? toral ?rotes which the Mark Tapleys in Waahing bave appropriated mount up to eighty-eight, ami without those eighty-eight the Democratic strength in the Electoral College would fall to 219, which is forty-aeveu short of a majority. The in? dicated trength of the Democratic party <>n the face o esday' vote is even lei - tl an that. Main?1. Nevada, Colorado and Nebraska, winch aie included in the Democratic National Commit tee'.- Hal of Democratic states, are all now doubt? ful. Striking "if the? votes twenty-three in all?the Democratic total would fall to 196 i nty short of a majority. The 1 ???' m crati? gloom disp? rs forget ertl ?rely thai Mr. W?eoii la ? minority President poiu-.l fewer trotea in 1912 than Mr, Brysn 1906 or In 1900. The combined Tsft snd 1 vi'lt \?>t?' in 1912 exceeded Mr. Wileon'a !>y 1 SSO. The ? emocratk party la no stronger I than it wsa In 191 .'. it only ?linn?.' ol at li?M in ? maintem nee ol the breach betwec Republicana and the Progreeaivee? Thsl brssch la rapidly closing. Mr. ? himself haa done more than any other pen cIom it Self pre ervation i ? the first law ol ti.r-, and the ?oten who have ulTered frot President*! policio are w Hing t.. foi ? ferencea of 1912 snd to reunite for the purpi driving the Democratic party out of power, extent of the reunion revealsd in last Pue electiona wai a aurprise to most people, snd revelation is in itself worth B00,(. neei vol the Republican organisai Our fr.?'mi "Th?. World" ?aid the other day it found jual as much aatisfaction in the n U , i ..., did. We fear that it- optimit ,i on ralnbou calculations, such as are n< popular m Washington. Republicar an i over what haa l ?t^vn accomplished this year, they are naturally still more elated over wl further Republican- Progressive consolidi ?sea t?. accomplish in the nex1 Pt election. No Excuses Csn Suffice. \ ,? ., ..,.-.- egg dealer, com icted ol ha on, soughl to ex ind that he had been in I orl time and was no judge of e 1 ortunately, the plea had no effect on the just a in- wei .In-- case. Th? tuffa may think he is in I -. but times have ? hi law? have chat . ? la : fea yeai . ni and duly adjudicated tio?. and respoi il to the community. who sell- ilterated : : i ol onl thically, bu1 -ia,ute laws. 1 well to have thai fact hammered hon e bj pe ???. pry crooked dcalei caught. The Evasive Coroners. \ ay be justified . , er Hell lein, t.? deel to answer question.? aboul his "judicial tiic inquiry conducted by the ' ommissi? ; . be that I good laa I ibly be passed on by the courts. ? ?? ;i public offi? ? ? ??m that h? can decline to give ? ? if in?- public. In thai there is inevitably a kick-back. ? nstein and the other coroners are pa the same city tri a* i They are answerable to the sain?- employers, i taxpayers. Vccounts if a coring whether they are worth keeping oi ill. It is natural, if they feel thai they are i taining their pa) under false pretences, to desi '., avoid a . I? ia hard to explain i any other gre \n Easy 1'art of Prison Reform. It is rather a tai which the P f Sing Si H< hould "an ? :' "good social w? I director i ciplinarian," a "go ? ?a lanager" ai .-houl?) have knowledge ol architect- e, sanit tion, agriculture, I rj. .11 the ? life o\ x\ hich the ? i amounts to anything, th<- director and guiding . Th?"-. ? hould n be, and this is q nil the othe ?gether h be a political heele appointed because of political influence. .\ xxa may call on the itate architecl for advii aboul ? epaira and the prison ?I rector of industriel I ona aboul tl i g of the prison mi ires. But I should nol be .?r ?- who would call on the : o directi prison favors and prison graft. V . neglectful of it.? pri on i thai it doe? no1 appropriate money enough ? of them clean ary. l! do? t pul end to condil ioi w ?,.???? de/j i ade ai :: tO t! world confirmed criminal! and educating youn ones into expert offend? i agaii I ocie B ? ?? i ? ? ? ' S . have aroused pul ? timen! to a point where it demands at leai thai no mo poli! be p il where they ??,-? exploil convi I the public alike by th?* mis ise of their power. "Pri on '?.tonn" is bound t i?? ,i long, slo\* ' The Kitchener Idea in a Democracy. Running an army on col i fie line in ; democracy i not proving a Inecure for Lor? Kitchener. The aecrecj with which he ? I thi ne ol . - ? ed ma heart-burning in Great Britain, Now comee t?-?- case ?>t' tin- Canadian, to stir mor? groans from the cril These sons of empin into England. They Ian.led at Plymouth withou! a band to greet them for the simple reason thai knew they were at hand. From a military point of view the Kitchen? ? tery was a great success. Tin* chance of German inter? ference with tin- transports was greatly !? -r I'm from a popular point of \ i?w this method It-ft much to !.?- desired. Here was a mother country to make a fusa over this !.. !p from her children in the West; and before any one could stir the trick wai turned and 'lu- ('anadia!.? had been hurried off t.. militai*} camps, nobodj exactly wh< re. The call of the press now i- that these colonials be marched through Loi Ion befon the} ? ? tht' " tou tedly be forthcoming if Lord Kitchener? . i .,;?> to thii weakening of military rigor. _ i! will he? Whj trampal to the German? that here come the Canadians? The demand is an ? ? tration of the continuing problem thai faces the British gov? . ? the problem of squaring mili? tai ? efl iency with the menta] proa ; ,,,)V ? nial method of democn j The Conning Tower METEOROLOGICAL BEGINNINGS. been |h l s little bit le is sturdy, l should hs ?? railed at tin- areatbei "i yeeterd'y. \ ?; r. "1 wish," begs Vivienne'i hu band, "you would call a Garrison ?nlsti on Vlvlenne. Bke has beea much maligned, end says herself that yoa are tt\ttig to mountains not of s sow's oar. 'Toibibj started till .' ihl tell m. 'I know bun like n bull in B ??hu?a bop He doe ni tell the truth often enough to eomo ii when it rains, and he knows, ?? well as a hound's tooth, thai I bavent aaj nun.' brothei than ?> rabbit i wish you'd have him stop II before i cas beai i self think.1 " When we said there was no iseli thing as as svai age readei ere reckoned without our kole-la-ths ground. Co-worker Weed, the w. k cartooaist, ear ladvt) confides that he eaal tell the differs?? betw? i Dulcines and \ Ii leaae. Spurting Nute. Sir: Sow that the Braves have cracked uii<i?'t the train 01 haven'1 they '.' and the tonals se on I over or isn't It? Never miad. Won't yoa eomo with m?', anyway, t<> see s gamo of mother baiting! rtt one \?ill be played at the Hall of ths !?<>ar<l Education, MM Park Avenue, on Wednesday, at t',.ut .,', ,,.-,. i ii?- majority of the ?embei of the Board of Education are expected t.? play <>u one and ?m the other, two women, each with i bahj n few dir old The object of the game Is to kick ;!. mothers out of theli no itiona In the public ?is. it will be played according to the rulos ,.f tl , Boni,1 "i Education. Mother-baiting is popular with the majorit] of . Board, rhe ga nc Is rathei rough, but, like wife i-?.l ?,, be o popular, It : alwaj . .1 for the v.1 of the women. Some people who are as indifferent to the pleasure! of others an is .\m>,?,!,;.. ?'. o, ?iik appealed to the Mayor ta itop the game und thai It is injurious t.i ths ommunity, hut th?- Mayor replied that . ? . nt? ? ? ? with 1 be elf espi a if i he B< >ard ol Ed .<? iiion. v. ,? >.,,.- a you i opinion of mother? HENRIETTA RODMAN, Rodman do i. ibes it, ollj >:'i?it. I.bjeel ? em I - pen air. As to mot ? ?? ? ?r Idren? ON THE OTHER HANDS i , .M.lrl: I.,.11,1-,II lai ,? .ir. Irwii H 11 M ? lu ? ? oa ,?.- \\ \\ IV, hs ,on o th? -rouh ? ? r ? the 'i i! ? boys nur.- ? ? "Bowle, Boa la!" tl 'And i il i madwaga, "those Elis will ?-all H ?? Yes, We'd l'rint lt l?.r V.u. Thus: Had 1 bul a good idea, I'd work ??ver it an hour, A I la. hioned it '<> be a Worthy enl i y for the Tov l should smooth it and amend :t, i >\ er every line I'd fuss; Then to I'. P. A. I'd send it, \- d he'd print it for me, I - Bab. ? ? al '. indor of an East 7-th street paper t?mate on the future w.irk il you will ' ? " DAY SPOILERS. I ? . - that n ?" ? '? i? :eallj mad Vi i ? ,,',,. auto, phone an? ? W. P for ;no, but bey ruin a ? ? I?. I?. lom o si \ i ? ild not bel i? . - ,i ?; , bett i a , een" d him ? . ?'' ANNE i, ,. ,,i '? beat v. bee .?? ii Pati ? '1 gland exp? one ? you bo finish ? ene? Ti gland ? sped pili "To ???? llll. !>I\K\ Ml 01? OWN SAMUEL l'F.P\S. ?.'.. i ', To the courl with Will Bei b.. who beat m?? again; bul then he and I did play J. Marschalls ano Fred Letaon and we did beat them etts, to 1 omfiture. Met then with Mistreat?. Carita and she tells me of tin- work , ? urgical dre rings for the Red r d how that many people are helping her, . i ich a ?1 co i - i o monej soever. And I did promise to have some printing ?lone for her, ? i tho gh the printing-men would do my bid? ding. Bui I shall ask them no lesa. To Helen Scott's, where were many children having a party for Helen's -i\th birthday, and -he gave me a basket she wrought herself. 'I" the city on my velocipede, and pleasant riding it was, too, for that the streets wee- not crowded with vehicle- as upon week-days. Met with Irvin Cobb the scrivener who is just come from ihe greal war, and he home with me and did talk about the dreadful conflict and I have ? bet? tet notion of it than before. Me doubts that it Will end -m, he ait h. and feels sure it will still be waging three year hence. Also he i aith there ? romance or beauty about th?- war sot ver; that all horrible ami revolting. To Kate RicoV ? ??? ? ?' I did taki tone of thai vile brefe bul did have over a score of nutcakes, the l'est ever I ed. Mistreat Edna h'erber there and ?n? ter, Mr-. Pox, win? told me of my sister Evelyn and her little on, whom I nt ver have .seen. Also C. Towns the poet was there, very droll, albeit one ?f bis comickalities he first read upon tin- page. 9 i'p. and to a florist's, where I purchased a white carnation to wear, and felt very brave and 'n.u daome, and called to visit A. Brown the artist, and talked with him of Art. And 1 met Arthur Maurice, the pamphleteer, wearing a pair of ipats, and did ask him why. and h.- told me how he hath made a wager with (?. Johnaon, that if Harvard did tronc- Princeton lie would wear till come Whitsuntide. But they did look hm rendous, methought v "" 'nb ' A '? ' ' ? St the ' ? r ? . . It treet fi hi ar, are ? ?r maladj. v" ?''"? '?' - ? ? ? ? ? ,?i to mouth . |. den F. I". A. I HIS PLACE ?N THE SUN. 'THE LND OF WILSON AND YYILSON.Slvl" Varying View* of Elr-rlion D.iy and of Our Comment Upon It. ? Sir: I' i . ? ! "Th? ( End ? and " In raet? ? in, ' ? ? ? ? ... le of I ? con? ealed. "> our eai on Mi. v. i i-.?ii I ? ! ? rvi ,. ; ? rtaii V. V. Z. Ken Haven, < , N'ov. 6, 191 l. Johnson's Victory in California Not a Republican Defeat. ? r ? : h? rriJ Sir : Will you . . the idea tl in the .l.ilin ion ?? ?? ?. I,' publi? ..n ? i ? entered the <? ? n with tn>' de? larai partisan; 1.? ha ?sized in ? ' % it? progres*. Thou ind Rej iblicana roted for him ?? Republican . ?i- .? aligi that party. ? in the gi eat nal o - Rep ? ictory than . lef? ? - ? HV? El ["ZER. i tngi 191-1. I'. 8. Furl hei i I quite ? o much "V. ?... i A Prophecy from an Adherent of the Lost Caui?*. T.? tin K.|ii'>r <??' Th? Bin Supp? ? ? grant hat the Pio ? par! oat cau it let ?. - re credit fi according to our com n-; ??? 11 11 quired considerable courage foi nt" us 'n i ote aa we ? I foi x i'it end the Progr? - ? et; and, ; ike the Seotemen ' tve fol lowed "tir Bonnie Pi ' ulloden. i nlike ',:?.? I .??', I (I? ? our rait ive heath, but ? ?? and beai n ? patientl I lethering and ment i R? ? b) Jam? i H i i ind "1 ? II ibune, The condition ..?' our eountry I Lu? emphal cal t we can ? ot endure anotl ? i wait in| " adm nistration We ? long? r for better busine??. Th? next President w? um.' '?? be ? man who will fiith.-r ?.mi. Hon. W? have had enough tearing down. II. ?vil pi-,?i?,a,I?, bo a It? ? eaa, bol jrou all knoa ot bt Progi public their mark? n ? ? ? th? i'.'l ?', bal loi Th? day? that come ??ill ano? , :' the I 'roari ? ?., bel . of the n le ? South Africa, ai gium ?uni Franc? fathei i were hunt? own mountaii - . iiki- xx ild . Britain. '1 he time will In-:-, i the old need u? and m pro? v. ? ? ,r?- .??!?? xi i \?. (JORDOX , Nov. 7, i m i. SHOULD WE REMAIN NEUTRAL? Professor Vi illiam Gardner Hale, of Chicago University, Argues That Our i ? Kighr; Have Been Violated and Urges Tha?: We [oifl Forces with the Allies ?it Once. The Ti ibune. Sir: It i ? ? : ? ically true before the ? - . .'???:.. 1899 .- ? trals, excepl ? eai man ;; ? ond conf? ? ? , , ? . ? . ' ectl 1 lid not ?ax ? ix iolable"; th? j mid "the m.',,ill ? - ? n thi world ?? part in a \x;n doctrin bilil - - lind do'A a. It foi ri. the vita ?? ? ? tea and thei power?." en, G? rm ? j er act did i ?' . Belgium and ? .? one, it concerned ua. I ;i -I,am. iul act toward :? ?..-??? ?? . ? man) con lidered i"t merelj with England, Belgium ami France i> ? ? " in the illuminating if her l I',-!. With ,ii . : paper. h Genaaa} \??n-. In a country tl ?rce to \ ? '. . - be? h i," m.':.h ? ? ? ? . ? , m i. ?. no ' '.i. i: ther ? hould be -i ?anction. ? can bd*any except force. Thai ? force ,?i the combatant i. Thej . .. engaged with all !h?-,i law brt .?-? .?i- will ,,'.> .?ii brei ^m;. It he ? there \? ill nevei . ??? any punish :r?. nt I mi Preaident haa nul that ? .. ??.-,i! be taken up -?t :.r at ri.- Hague. Bui Gern i? there will never b< at Tin- Hague. The ,? the \? ,r l "' !, , ., admiaaion. If tl \ eonquer there will be a ra will Bui . ? ... air. -? ? ? iaput? . ,? .,:,? ? .?i. '!ir?.'.x in theii strength lilty ?.'ii'. I' Will have tu m- -.mu' powerful nation, or na tiona, thai .1.? tin-- We are such a na? tion. ? tur tl.. ? ?!.?? third in the world, 'li"U??n our army is ?mail. Our rce . if brought into operation, are great, w i are alao .. determined pi ople Our Kijfrit tu Intcnene. ill quarrel. Phi : it? v ??i !.i hangi upon it. '. h it ? , lay to do w? noxx ; ?houl ! have done ..... i .run ? "between 1 ? ' have be? ???. her. ? -, , trea had a ?uffleient rea h h ich the tei ? th? German ulti? B? ... pabliahed ? ii \x.' wen doubtful about the ridicu re ? ion Gei tany'a an? . ment that, if Belgium ? ? ?? : '. of Iht ten ?tory, Germany ? tile act? ?.- _r?*al Um i lationa of th, ' r? ? ? .... ? ; ? ' ? . .... and ? adjudication, ? Bu; we .i" \\ ha? w o < ?.lib: accomplish We are are not pr? at once given ? ? Al c. W ! England op? could have guai ?'? man) i oui I nev? . ? r . ira! it of! ? no!. '?' irm; to the : r would ha? ? madu s W ,,i?d? ?if thousands would have ... m ere not pi . - ? i.- preparl ng. She won'.,-, ?e< n that hei cause ws The l??.,ue. \\ ? at d< An the issue i tutocratic, abun - ? fer? ? . does G ?.merit ? ?uctfd the war. Belgium terberg, pag? i ? emendou i increase ? n cal coi >.ars German Ministei fo ! Affairs, quoi I L in hit ist pu il G? tatement, "German ? in .. comparative y ihorl i] i n ??-?!:. ink to t ? ?f .. district ceptiont r: im: "In his? tory -' ., . . "In for? . -, ( m', undei en, protc . r..t? n, not only o ? the corn? \ ? eis Josi Gariba ; ? ?? ? d .' lt.- s ictOI . >? au English England, ilian l?laly, a Russian Ru German German}, It a al i mean i Europi of fi illK It? i.tt ti . r I ?n?i k - - ? ,|ed ktti : ? ? ? .. > :i.! lend M ? I or , ? Men i ta I ?ras. ? u ?- - - ?w to flat ? seas psrsusj ? ? it t?! T" ? A Soul \ ? i' ' V : ss t*m would ? B . ? ? ? But ? "?_^^__ l,_______^^^H sixtess^ - .... il of P* T-pc^sJ largei than ours i ? ? ? ? l 1 - ? V i I \ War Musi fome "? -?n *?"* . ?, ?? lontr ?_^^^^^H ? loa'i ^^^^^^^^^B,tr>t'A ., forbid any -h t* _ l:i,vU\"i^BaaaaaaaaaaWe a^'r Le * * *?? far to ..\.V'R '