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WII'M.MIU MlMMHII; M in own* I ?-Ii ? *??w ?. - I *r;.or Mag? - ? . flamea m?. ***?? l ?OMCMP DM 1 Poetage 1 r?:?T v?\ Terl? r?.:?' ??.? *-? ? ? - i m? t : '. ? ? e ' ? r? ?? ? ? . Bub?U?. * veer.. ?M I**? ? 1?-?r?-?i\ MTM . ^^?'?,?'?? R* *3*?1I,T ANT? - 'WUT <->r.? r 11 1 5 Or.? ?i*i?r IX I ? ? ' ? ?? ' at******* x ???_ roon'?-.?. I? ? in? y-jai. * ? - -? DA.' * ''?' ONI*? 0? ? tr. ?-r. r ..?"? a: I ? - ? ' Baserai ?t th? r?-*r><E--? ??? *??*?? t.-? ?? ? ' '. Ta? Tr:*r.rr? n??* "? b??' -r*!???- ? ??*?-? - ^.-tv. r.??. .' ?????? n'r?-- ? ? .-??--?*??? . th* i-ufe;'.?-?*J-?!- ' au a*?-- ?--r- ?r rali ?ai ? ?t?:?-T*r.-.? Germany Has Lost Her Chance to Stave Off a Winter Campaign in the Bast. The ex:?*"? Mid celerity of the military opera* -, : vgrcss in the eastern ?nr theatre mast modify to ?orne extent established notions a? to the ' lea of acne campaigning In that repon In what ia p*actically the first month of the lor.p Russian winter. That the Bastian armies should have poshed westward from War? um er.d Ivangorod a!; the way to the bor?:- - BUeeta and Posen in one week- a* ueek la November?goes far tovhr, tha traditions which have long clustered around the fatal retreat of Napoleon's Grand Army from Mosco** to the Beresina. No re greatl. dis ? ?i. Tr.. mosi intelligeni critica are agreed that the ruin which overl wai ?; is ? r? to it? ???? . n ar.d dii than to the severities of the e . ate in ? " and was over early in December. For ? part of the time the weather was abnormally mild. The Beresina was not frozen o\er when ? * remnant of I h army reach . fi ? '?? ..?on'. genr. tl S the f S leadership in Russia ths world haa per?jaded : ruction of th? I -na? due primarily to the rigors of tl ? winter. Thr. as. howe* ? ' ? military operations thii yea to inter:"? i fall weal ? sold ha* e been if H had Ii ? ? October 15 on th? usually in Pol rain and snow, and this ic followed a-' by a two weeks' period of bitter cold, in ? the east a ? ? : ? ir 15 free-?. I ?,.er. up until A The=e condition ter ar.d ordinaril] nton? ments. It waa undo ? the dorm?n General Staff to hh tin army in the east winter in and Po ish fortified town- .? ' !? V istola Ri\e thrown.fr tn.' R and re-estab h g Bastera Galicia Germany would have n lized the ben? during the winter moi would have been .ecu-, ri the defensr.e then eh? t ild ha%e spared use in France, where winter campaigning can be carried on without much hindrance. Th? sion of Poland was therefore an importan* ? in the general German plan of offence a) J .e. and its success would have meant nearly - - much as the .-ucee-- of the western arr: ? sUhlishing themseive.? in ? ,r. in France and Belgium. With the I -i the border o* Sile Fosen, throat ai the outflanked provine? ? of I lVu-Sia. no shift ef force? from the east to Ihe v.?.-t can be risked. The peril oi erinl i Mon will remain ever ing of *?? ? , ? invite ak into 1'osen in foi ? ? ia.-h for the line of the Odi f: A rtiva winter operations \?ould not be without preced? ? con ??ucted the campaign of Eylau in January and afcroary, ! I .?-. h i Pi I I'USSiu I ? . || overthrowing tho S rtaf Hun, ? to Francis Josej irther .?ojth, in the !.' h War of 18, R?sala continued operations in the B throughout the winter, and the Balkan v.. 1912-'12 o.id Turkey a.-.,i then between Bulgaria ai two former allies, Servia and Groec? fic.:.i October until the following The Russian , In fa?",, an by t..j cusiomed to winter campaigning. In Manchuria in 1904-'00 they : agaimst the Japan? ths end of i?i the D ? ib--\rctic v.i!,'. . troons are trained ' l d t... live ai.ti gel about even the tl ?.A-s baton . ro. '?' - ? thej know 1; k|ntaiii a Knrial ?? ' I jr th?. ground and swamps nnd ri* ors cnn l?o croSStd without difficulty. Large parti of Poltnd nie able in Iho ipring niiil full, lull in ighs ami sledges csn go anywhere. So far ;. tran portetion facilitiei an concerned, the Russian armies ?"i the SUeaian border will be better off after the nou comes than they we now, with onlj muddj pc I rond ?uni a few line id i>? depend upon. It is a foregone conclusion that the war will go ,'ii m Prance or Belgium, wintar or nn winter. in the Franco-Germen War of 1870-*T1 opera? in i ranee ?rere ? . ispendod, Honnies, tho enormous ce : of the preoenl war nnd the vast ?takes Involved in it make il necessary t?? flghl on uninterruptedly, ?f " wai t.erm.uiy's hope ta ci't a respite on the ?'????. front whili- cop ? c tho stnifT'Tlo in the WOet, that liope has lioen utterly dt- h?*ii by tho retreat from War? sum. Iho Russians aro row in a position to ? German \ustro-Hungarian p?1'** In , .-! fully OCeopied. It res?.?, with th?- i ,\ vrhal course ii*.o eaatern ?-urnnni^u shall take niter winter pots m and changes to ome ? conditions of fighting. An 1'nansuerablc Query. MayC President ? hurehill of the Board of I local on why a rule granting suil r-ioil school teachers to become mothers would not put an ?'mi v,- teacher-mother controversy ami also That is precisely what ail tho mother-teachers dismissed from tho city*! Mrvj , would lira- te ? ,. i mate query which cuts down through the p ? ' ?mbe sur? ter and leave for iho Bot >1 , . i ????? and *',. within * .'' grant? ? ctive ?n-ithors the 1 ? subv? nf pupils, or ill: employ? I thi were before parenthood, there would bo no con plainl against ition. These things hn\o not .-. ? ted, sa\e in a half ? --.I way. Tho sit.iat.ua is that tho board ??' i -because it deems them weil qualified for their work and not ?n?and thon refuses to ; by th? ha, ing m.,' ? ??? . Maj '1 chantre '.hat il? iho d take ilar core that the ten members of the -, month have more lopio : odern point of view on this1 ? han b?v. e ? ma - ard. I he City's Dirty Streets Condemned .gain. -. ? . Of M'-ui I in :.;???: ? lad? : They ? ? ? ? th, as the : ' afl - \ el all app? I hat th'? - eete. etai ! hej ? d lises se. I active v inds of th? eeping ? . n achi ? . azard ' mperfecl I conde I them. A tion was made when a I - ' v.., thai will Dili a da i city, and no ? lure to buy a pi ? !u keep tl ? The I .ist ui the Emden. - alii? had been 1? I pei ior guns . ? ? i...- d ghl 6-inch ? b bat ? . a iting ' apture. 1 he Sydney, thoug ? ? . on paper , ? grou i ? II ? ? went ?lown ported ? d through Sunda i), and i out an. Tho K ? 1 ? near the .-.,.. . . i . Cutting I. | and ' : and liding. i h? ttle diffi? - , ?! m?i otch? the good luck ? ? ?' able. With m-- K? , | i ' ? m -, the and ible en '? Uriti h crui i dot .. t. Itmancip.itinii [Washington rhe SchetnOeefer I BbeftMPa > ?. 1111.. 11 >. allaa the allllei Eberhard Company. i !. v, i.m.i t i , , nata tot ding preaervea "pun which contained te m i?-,- cent ?,r phoaphorli acid Newi Meta.] See hoa tin.' Law, relentless in it^ course, Descends unchecked, nor favor know'. n?>r fear : i is being tried; and ? ?barlej Morse Served hi:? life-sentence npwardi <>t .1 war. No longer shall the poisoner ro (rrr, No longCI the ihortweightei st.iv unliaed, The qu.uk ntUSl |0, the mcllic-fske must tice; No more shall Justice he deputed blind. O ve o? little faith, O ye who doubt, Who, sensing graft, grow wann beneath -our collai . rake heart i I ?less offending firms look out, Nexl time the judge ?a: fine 'em eight) d?<ll_is. Another mercilesi puatshesaal w?t thiit visited on the 10-year olil OOV ?ho Stols the tail-light of a \'an ? artlandt Part rxprt?s Buaday aftarnsan. n>- ex tiaordlnary frin.i hak ?nil the guards presence of mind, h collision with ? l.eno* avenue express was avoided, il.? boj was fined JJ. ? p artife ' ' v n,oii hk piminfa,*' Da ? - ? il-,? '? ;-.?An I [R81 ? All.. Said Vivienne to Dulcinea, "\<?u live i?s Car's from Dan to Hoesal" "\ ou\o t'ouiiH the way, ilo CMM ni<ain," Saul Dulcinea '?? Vit lenne. C. W. s\|. ;-. ?: i I m ? a VIVii " I t ? aari . ?? . A I "Yi-.ur Average Read? r -Uni," Writes sure he's veraatile Mr. ? R. Weed, 'lie gifted eartoon I *?' "went over my head i star off the camel's balk." ON THE I I.any ! ' ?Night Helen Brinkle* ITHER BANDS ? ?i ria Well? i m? if nee l'o le bcs Ziegfi ? .? 'I Keller \ ? i i',l Ha-, man. w n words. One thai R G. Wells uses n I well is "bright." And Mar air likes "i il ? n Kaoa any oih??r verbal ?f <-'oi.' | the B , -, predilec? ? ,on for "1" a: t i.. ? I lie Mu?.e I ntramnirled. ? '?nur. i the Ul i . - - I twa the wl Is fe hie form < - - - - - ? Marls Ve can b? place, my Mum But 'til ' as at ray i \ : | on goi : Rower e ? I ; i isa, the lih - - ? -na. grieve ga tba lieraons . the teleacope v I. .,) Tribune. S Is Igl for 'he ui.r?* " ?7 rrita a Pat Xami Hu?t rain about the lad; - ,, oth? ,-? ' i ething I But thi I ? ? - much. Mso? mai ???? i ? I ad ia a shae; children she had la ?*op teaching .,.,., i. e an ere confess, glas.? windim* in the Tower ICO we hurl an occanonal pebble at party-boxes bi-eolorcd ?"hoet. But if our ?hirtsleeves were i.k iiioiiograrr.med, crlt, we sheoldal say a word. Yalc'? Week Eads Worry.r.g Hmkey. -Prejs head "Wasn't it," *^ks Fran?aise, "I'onder't week ends . ed to worry Mack?" It ? Larry's eenvietion that those kind af ??eople I ? ' I hadn't they no', to :?noi! SBS'l day - , s . I r ?;. "It Was a 1 anviue Victoree " [An exhaual ng agen formed ? ? ' 'jgh la ?: lie He heard 'he brazen cam o<..' roai I ?ag thai bleak Peruvian sh? ? The ses WSI The fleets were met, And kept remarking, more and more .'.oum! ? The Captain s'ood by the mizzen brace And a ? .-.plain bold was he: "Oh lhaks ? ?ui luff aad the gaxkets-lact, "For ti, ? : ? 'une and this li the place "To a in the ?ri< t? the starboard nine!" And ? .i? .i, bis syne? sod by the binnacle truck And he sp,?d across the Bsere: ? ?ul youi ? ? noble buck, I Dl u'ur main to' C>il!an' picea i!- -'nick "?he frogs are what :oj hea? ?? ft e're on : be <>hl n.- i pond, ? Jo*... Ly thei I ho 'n raised h -imu- : "Oh ' grog and the pannikin sat "Right here we'll toast ?The sailor's i ?? I His ?.- ? i sa a ?thoul a doubt "Yauyas! " Wl ? ?HOG. At guarded : <-.,,,, ?ight still I" .? 12:06 this a i and Viviei the ?, i - . 1. P. A. THE IRRESISTIBLE RUSS. the people's column %"lr,1,r,;': HELP FOR PARIS WORKERS Mn Edith Wharton A*.*?? Aid for Seamsti ef.*es. > ? ? I ? I -i p< ? . ty won . ' I i I 'ie llUml to ub aroBSn ire ployed ', \?o indi d, '''?' ' ? ? ol t and for l B ar.il ! r .??",? h i ui ? | ? ' , kind of ?roi protlt thui ! nom. rhe coal ? 19 ? ? ?n ui : .. . ' i ? .... ., purchai , , ? 1 ;, ? ?. '? . .... ?. ib? ' aerie? hid ide of " ? ? r i o \. no?. ,?<?! loi ? ?? ' .. i ? i for further help. Our ' ? to keep '?He arorkroem ? permitting > to buy ?? ? ard of material: ai,.i ? ihe Comit? du Secourt National will rebabl*, give u? ?om,' ? ?., ?*, this ?ill not, at the utmost, an ounl I ' han a small part o' th? ; j ope, -: ere fore, thi 0 : . ' 'a.,!' Of ! " '? ,. ? a 11 group o f ij ? '?-i me ? Ru \ \ ?im ? ? ? .? d ?' for g . ard gratefully ed and proi pi carried oui ! HI r M WHARTON N?? .':, Rui dc \';ir . I' ? , 11 I 1914. A DEMOCRAT PREDICTS Although He Voted for Whitman, Me le -Still Strong for WiUon. . ? Vont ni toi I coi ruent the result vei two 1 am . ? ? ! . ? Mr. M ed '??. ol ce and i rebuke I for bia bad Ismma ? ou also I? . the Kept*- | ? I k::'? V that 1 ime a- i do ? ? , ; _RD Dl ?' HER ... 9, I 'i i PREPAREDNESS A Little Vene on the Jersey Coa.t At Conceived liv ? Re.,der. IUB? \i, ? \ .m? Vt.o absent: A can navj - al : "Wal ' thia is '. .iilc took un ;.? ,1 a le? ? le se* rered, un' all < peace that th? ' -peak, you'll jest ?.-?en oi ? ? ate, I'll try :?r-.,i ! B ' v. HARRINGTON*. - MR. SHAW, HUMORIST How His Solution ol tlie Belgian Deadlock Might Be Worked Out. \ ? . I larti? uUr .1? il -?l i,?' Il ' .??h Mr a .-1. 'n.? ? ige Belgium ihould mt Held o? 1 not appai ? and main on th? Gei many, on * n>* <>? her to \ ? a ?? ; 'i?, . . n l;? diet?, ? one ?? ither b? trilling to top . . cher 1 ? . rupin lieber ?. -l BARNARD. .\ e a Contented, Militaristic Germany. :??'.? i print om a Mr. B "To I ree Gei m ? ai .1 I read ist and coi . ?i?, ;-.- ?i,,, ? i ??? know that ' - . i - ? , ? tha! not ;. ? ? triHt mui ? euorld are ? D i d M i - .. , ? . i i, ? ., ? ? ?? ,?i -. ? ,?' .? " i.?. r'a rule, ?? hy don't the; reb? ?.'??? r.?? the ga| id? bj ?? . \: ..', M! . i ', I'll FEMINISM AND IHK IEACHER MOTHER The Cau?.e of Wonic?ii in Eveiy Line of Indu.try Is at Stake. ' ? ' ? dorn. ' er ri humai - ? a? . i'lli r .Hill'. ' I ' a ? em i -' progi..ninn?. , ne- nould ?tu ' ? teacbei ? i human right ? . , ?ard? i gl of the P mother on the gl ind c - o . irtl ei on the : mother e to ? to the ? ? . ?? . iriu'i lhai ' . should be femini to ? woman a norm il life, Q? l'h?re a i ei ?liou?il be fem Board of Educa principsli ..' ? : j fron I'o d ? . ledia . . ? of the op|. ? th? ? limit 1 to a i the rente g that hig ? .. may werk ..??,!'. while . t word o ' ? the higher ?? I?, n no' ? ine ? ? ? ,i. and ? pa ? ?? . lid not uiilv themael rea but a ??? ornan in ? erj lim ol ?nd i ? Ll ONK I.. HOWARD ? ambridge, V \ What Vote? for Women Did Not D?> in Colorado 1 ? the Cditei ol ! ? le rrih In yo ,1 ?n acrve that K..'. Di ver? us Blak I ? ' ' - MR CHESTERTON > LOGIC It Is Contrastad with fcrgumeets k I areatj Line Sentei -? '?:*?? - I 9 '' impartial obs?- I ? "' r+t ' ?'?'? -- i ? lit PM and ??**?' -?-, i ' part r <?* * :r," 1 \> I ? ' t tm - ' - - I par 1\ELT. ' Th?r v.,,,.- ,,i ? Coateatad Wilton?? ? ' - tas I) .',.?*?*? _S I?? l-iat - , pt . mi? ?' . ?:lW I'EAClH* l - ? -*