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THIRSUM MIMMIII II ri 1014. ?m., >'i ( a Mtw i ?? . . ? -, a ' v ? " v ? - . ?.xn irxPM . ? . til S \ ? M .?? ? ? . i.y , ?. .. ? ... ?lee : ? Government Rehabilitation. Not Job-grabbing, the Whitman Administration*s Task. ..- anee thi R : ? an administration at A ?grabbing, Tammany fasit . rberc ii tnncb honeeclnaning to do ;i gnd doubtless many places will be vacant when the department! have hoen rid :"iiat does not say that they Certainly they -hould nut be .-. by politician appointee* with patronage ?? grutir.ation." Conduct of thai the rejection of the Ob/nn adminis I ?on. big job for Mr. Whitman to do for . it should be done in a bip fashion, rot in the Ht tie way o? plum-picking. The state ???rn.less ami void. M far a* any handling the business the * concerned. There are rk and overlapping of auth->r ?? -he agencies for handling the char the government; nevertheless, ami lack? in authority and juris? . m of officials. There me inequalities of among th? employes. There are barged with dation for which they workon and no appropriation.??; there arc- . ? ' l half completed and nbendoned, or practkally complotad and idle. A private san? een? whi - business r. rbe state's affairs ? ; w*ould be bankrupt and its te officiais the ebjactt of inquiry n.c to ity. ba nein g, ."?nr! irhe ehangaa are isineas reorg.T.i.ter would recom I carry out without much difficulty ? hampered by political considerations and The people will look to Mr. ..bout such reorganisation, bul pirit of revenge on Democrats- who ? place??unless they have beer corrupt : rarely without any patronage-grabbing for 08. If the result of the recant election ' ? : any criterion, the people of the state are sick ;o death of government for the benetit ?ng clique. They wan., the state ation to run aifairs for the benefit ?.nd protection of the public at larg,-. They want the tment managed to safeguard de d of to favor certain inside finan? furnish jobs for loyal party They want the Insurance Department polieyholdera. They war I ramiaiaaiong constitute?', and oper to serve the public rather than the corpora ?, gu?ate. They want the Com Blissioa ar.d the Labor Department . trencies for protection of the work aad for social ser-ice rattier tiian for fur? ris?., ind manipulating "business" in a political campaign. They want the Conservation Commission to develop the state's forests and iron in such fashion that selfish inter not benefit instead of the general pub? lic. They want the prisons and hospitals man? with proper care for the unfortunate and a proper view of their relation to iety. The state in the past has had its fill of govern? me I for the big man- the big politician and hit g undue advantage, should have some government for . ordinary, honest, strug . i polk) of Mr. Whitman's at ion should be t?to ra? il d regenerate then that scheme of operations. If he hell have doi job man-fash work in that spirit ?nfidence which gave him h ask. Elev?t in J Tommy Atkins to the Water Wagon. Bl itish army author,t ? forcing teetotalism on the si ; ? control is in their hand r, a proceeding all the military leader- of Europe are iency of acl the training camps at home That the new idea II cull to instil remain in friendly regions is ind ? ? il which Lord Kitchen? it ned re? tly: 'i ! >? mea a ? ? 1 ave recently joined th? do ng their ut to prepare thei !> . result can only be achieved if by herd wort and strict "'?' ' ghly fit ,,,.. ? rd I > -. and every ? rink, ami t?. .... ? rr pieced !" ' followed up with th? - ?tion that I who would help th? empire and could nol go to j able asi ?stance if thi : for the period of par. These volunteer recruits for teetotalism would th< ? their own pen? ? would strengthen the hand.-: <f the willing bul weak recndtl of the army. The whole nation would benefit. The \rc1ibif?.i<u. war., pi? ihn p. aakii . i .' deal, beat hta apple! was ; - 4 ? ? ?. !. preetical 1 otietn beyond ? question. Si\ Werks to ChriitflllS. ?. ? ._, ? nice 1 grim ",;-' be mail) te pub ? al Christ* is coining and thai ??ii,, ?,,. ? 1 shoppinf early" means now. . wh< - ' ' 'hi. "i.' ii'"?i"'* are ?? ,; ;?? ,?n , th<? ?'?ni bill \. ? .thele . 1 , a?, 0 Chri '???s, ai ?i thia ia nu? il do your bei I for ? h" da). , a 1 v ? u can la not the ?mly ?,.., . btanj will be able to <l<* little .. 1 ? '.v:\. Bui there are p ?<??? ?i? bedl] of! thai we canned afford to bring ? little Chrittraaa t.. ?me one who iteeda 1 mon tbnn we ?!??? Why nol ail down now and plan to help ou! some one jren kaoa about. The need vrns never greater. The erii - likely 00 move suffering an?! want than an*| of n-' eat eoMB-ber. Clurlabna la your da to lend ;? ,.t\r.?l and BOW is the time to fill you?- be ? The Board <>? __*ductrion Meet?;. Out t?f the confusaon <>* j*esterday*s Board <>f ation meeting a fen dear pointa stand t'orth. One ii that the taaehe n aahrocatea liMv,? gained ? good batch of vote ? The rnajoi it>. including Mr. Churchill, still cling to the de ,.: bed without adequate consideration ?aas came up. Bu1 iha, is nol bard tend. Stronger men than these have 0 ,1 inge their minds. The significan! are to be found In Mr. Churchill'i diaereetly ? tnittal reply to the Mayor's cleer*-cul an i the nal pain in support for the teacher? ! a natural eoosequence of awakened ?, itiment. ? nfushm of mind nti? voice an?i ? which marked the occasion, the suspen? sion of Miss Henri?-. :i Rodman can easily be anderstood. A lack of senee of proportion is back of the Board <>?' Education's whole stand on the teacher-mother problem. The simple, straight? forward course wa! outlined in the Mayor'-, li? ter. Rut the board prefers to magnify its crotchety blunder into a mighty policy rather than ac knowiedfre an error and return I ? . th and common sense. The Tribune hold?? no brief for Miss Rodman, th ?ugh, liki every one else ac? quainted with the City of New York, it respects her cotira-re and her work. We can conceive of <? pel tin*' ?Ion-? very nicely without the direct* linda of ? Board of Education. We cannot conceive of any auecetiafu] school system ?ha. bai not room for s per ion ?>:" Misi Ro<bnan*s inde ? tolligence. Giving the Convict a Chance. There went inte effort yesterday in I of th? ?fication, or grad . l the ?1 ??? ? ? ? ?? he coi dm .- -,t rather th in their crime record side. There aiv thl e pond? ing privil "? books and newspapei ? and ??????? Good ?.??.? that is, compliance with ru I ? ? i!. so that ? r ieri may k: ow .'.? I, in a way, the n a? ? ?uch rule will 1 the grading. thing in itsell ... anee in the attitude of the prison au Il meani that the policy of til not to brand them with the mark of what they were, but to take then for .'ust what they arc and to encourage them I omething better. The new rules will er an inc? good con ??".?? reward for it. Th? ?? ?award woman s h' mai : . I? ? . of all Boftei ?. ?th hi 'I ie ? mi ? thai .1 ; r on? r, hi a term und?*.- these conditions, may euerge reconciled to a life of hone her than of fig] is little chance of reform in the pii ons "universitie of crime"?at present. "The Enemy in Our Midst" England took the German spy menace very calmly, maybe too calmly, in the early days of the war. She is making up for that now. Wholesale arrest.- of German Bubjecti have been made, and frofti the I ?? in papi 1 ? ? arriving it is plain that a thoroughgoing care ha ; ead throughout England, with severe governmental mea ure ap? parel by public opinion. Certain of the Unionist papen have been de? claiming a 1 1 pj peri and in itally prodding th.- gov? its apathy. As th?' Home Office wa 'oath to act, vol? unt? ? e committee pra g up in va perte of England. Placarde like thi appeared: IN Ol ? II - Also a White List of Hotels waa pn pared from which all German waiters had been discharged, oldtim* r, Bonn's Hotel, hai tened t?> announce with pride that it bad not employed a German since 1869. N'o doubl the arrival of Belgian refu brought the British alarm to its climax. 'I!. . were full of tales ?-r German treachery, aden, th?- novelist, stood spon? sor for thia .?.. .1 Belgiai of her ac? quaint ? nee: \(>V. Gen ? ,.titry fren Re member the : ? and . i 1 a ve been murder? ?i and marl ? -: ? bani ?? thousand Ger ? \ ;?' Remember Antwerp," accusing Ger? man of the second Belgian capital of betraying tl..' city, added fuel to the fire. Finally, a w? vernment acted. All German and \ ubjed between the ages of eigh? teen a five were ordered ai ested, and the whole of the south and es t t*ai made a pro? hibited an a for G? 11 ind Austi ian . Ove a tin.-?: adi in London, five h ?ired in Ma arc to be interned in concentration camp until the war. "... doubt a loi ?? ci lental blundering ha* ? ? y to innocent 1 ? '! he excuse mu? I be that G ?labor?t. ?? ??. which the British Secret Servies is utterly inadequate to cope with Wholesale arreeti form about the only protection which England has against what is unquestion? ably a real and considerable peril. ??- I ' The Conning Town (Hi? Master'-? \ oi.e)'. r.l like t<? write ? brilliant play, Replete with wil and parados ; i he i mil thai makes 'he people say. ? i he sincere <>r throwing rocks?" \i,.| '-?'i. If such ? play I wrote, My pleasure ?till would hold ? flaw; For soateoae would be rare te neis The Influen?a of Bernard Shaw. I "ii like to a rite an m san '?.l<\ \ii epic of the boundless <?;?. Tin lure of tmokeetack and of nail, The attar charm and mystery. To analyse in pregnant phrase Right here, a wii?i thought makes raecresi For l oan hear, instead of praise: "Wh.\. Joseph Conrad is his boos!" I'd like to arrite but what's the met - Whi lever I may writ?' or i.ing. I'm lire to hear the urne SbUSO, MHe imitates Hks anything." (T this, the producl of my brain, The brightest thing / ever wrote. You'll say, "If.* 'i the well-known vein, Of . the well-known pote." J. 0. L ? i ? t. r. s dm everei reaped to Misi Henrietta Rodmi who ' ".? Page i Adv't ? h..r- been ???? ponded by I it.? ri,I nf Education. We i iat thai thi Hoard ? in- mere gentle v.-ith oar other teaeher-contrlb, M Man I Bnrke. Centribe aemetiraes obtain jess threegfc I Tower, they tell <:;, bni this la the first time Bocceesfal eentrlb ha? leal .. job for landing. Oar Own Fiction Department. i,.- author enter-?1 the presence of th? mag sine editor. * * < ? ; i r mea is this," the mag;: ftditor .-ai finally. Before he said this h? about tv COlumni of other things; but we ? no Ann? Bennett, no Hugh Walpole. Also, this is a new paper; not s hurriedly written magasine. Tin ami .-par.- for unnecessary detail, therefore, lac "Our iei.i." the magasine ???litor repeated. : even m;,ga;'.i;io editors do. "is this: Advertising falling off. Il i falling off because manufacta en sre afraid thai people are afraid to ipei money, i'iii.-. obvlou ly, ? ridiculous, Poop id s loi of money; confidence must I \v ? . , about ?l.Oo?' . i , showing how necessary il is thai people do pi . .,.-.- al >? tl.' logic of etrenchmenl I how ?0 'il- h li is I?, u >:."'I." "My term ." said the author, "are ?? known to you. For ? toi y ol 3.000 a (.'?ice i .<",0?." "Noi ? ? >?" ;? i ;i. e an .ind we have '? eneh. W.innol po ?'.'! mo-?* than - ? ile," ?rritei ???'. C. M?, from ( bi idge, "a, contrihut.' the Bowl for the little part] ob the :'t< and Harvard ha !> V. SP? -1 5H Penpoinl CG. t that I the lin? "His sin ng to tein." PERILLA. ? !!. ? mea to th? Epi copalia C. 11. T. WHY, GILBE1 . ?. , . The writer whom he did sa] was better thai as not hims? Bunyan. ? Born, i" to 1 ich. The Call. ., ?-.?. ? -. ? ;, grow up to b? a motormai ?. ? ox THE 01 HER HANDS r.. rice I r.; in. r. Ti izie Fairfax MrirK Aurelias Maren ? Twain ll?r.r\ Gowdj ll.iiir. Jes ? Nick Murray Butler Nicholaa Altrock TUL DIARY OF 0L? (VAN SvMLTl. I'LPVS. November l" Up, unrefreshed and weary, a upon my velocipede for ?-. rifle -through the citj and pa rd I J mat,y whom 1 knew and haile. then . bul none would greet me, bul all looked a if " ay, Who is t'ni< delivery boy tha calls to me? Por so few per ons <l?> side this. wheel. Ehcu fugacei ' But I do recall ; yea:' ago how that .lane Cowl the playactreSS ?lit me, il.v. now, Mr. Pepys, i should lovi to si.lt with you. And I su id. That is as may be i doubl : ou will go. Por the words of then thai have to do arith the theatre are lightly given methinks, and theii earne I ? ? than mighi be. And I t?-?!'l her 1 doubted ihe would come he ever. u T?? J. William '. and with him fora -1-miU walk, which 1 ?ii?l enjoj greatly. To the office where all afternoon .".t labours of great journal? istic import, and 1 did writi some letters, too. T?t Brooklyn, t?? Mistress Annis Mand?is', for din? ner, and thence ;?> th. office, where mj wife cull ?i in?- at eleven, and BO home. Meel Daley's C?nela Gertrude. -, -i ". . . her itendpoint wi i ? ntially matei i . nldn'l I ave :. good ? othei )n-"!'l?- didn't; they would heve u sh< re, if she didn't. She said th.it ?? ? ? ? ? . re had to other peopls, ? ? - ? know whet t?. dc with it She of wort-people, why we them, and ? q.r? ed I u ii ? that . ? ?? had ocialism, ? ? thing rould be ja ' the lenM again in ten year.-' time. She alao threw apon a the imputation of in? tude for a beautiful world by saying that so far neeri I didn't went to upaet every? thing. Shi wei contented with t'nnn?. es they wer?.. thank A to verbal affinities, M ? I. I ? ?? Samuel ('?. Blythe' for "era " ind Booth rarkington's for -i . and ? .:?' L I?, find thai Arnold Bennett Ai "compiled" click inevitabl) from riter of 0 Rice. ive tried o di eo ?r In oaraelf a leaning " ??' ' "|,i- to In? i e expresi Ion as love w, rail to find ?-?n--. We -.? 'em aii, just -. they arrange theaaselves into pa ragraphi. Usually, however, our favorite word ,s the one im medietely preceding the '.pnmure. F. P. A. ?N THE PATH OF GLORY. TH E PEOPLE'S COLUMN SHOULD WE REMAIN NEL . An Oren Forum (or Public Debate. YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING This la the Tim- to Do It E..rly, tl Cor-.iiirr.er*.' Lr.-.f.i-* Point* Out. i lit ? r,.- i ' ? . th , *?ek bi ? re Chi tmi i. Th ? ? hondn bookk. ? wort ? - rri. 1 mi , r ? ? i r> h, U1 pins publ .'. ? ' ' ? r* nu. ill. '.' . ? un?! in i. n ii hour. Tin.' ? lonsum? 1 'ht sane, realizing tl ? his overwork, 1 n ?^ t i t n ? ?I ?. i ? "St, ,.. Barlj foi ? hristmai campaign, i'!,..;i - to ,i..' plendid c? operation <?f the pre? . thi? movemei f,?r .'.ir';- ?hopping ha? grown I an ? ?tent th .' ? laeh ye ?r f? ? ? fewer ?tore? .ir". ,.i, open at n ath rherc baa been . eonaequent leaaenin itigue and aul g foi th? ci ? at 1 ? ? ? . time. Laat :. ,.r .1 retail hood lor? to I 1 i.- until i'1 ? r th? Christmi 1 o! laraei received n extra ? ompe . .?' ?,i in tl 1 ? ? ded. Aftei 11 a '?i king da; i"..i '??? ?mu'? m one of 'n. 01 woman fllinr* ?? aiata ? "1 ired'.' been wishing all Iwui horse; then I a..ril?l h ?? e aomi b louk ont i." ' n HANNAH ANDREWS, Mr . Barrel I A Ii 11,.. ? in ami -' League, '.???? 1 ??!'.. Not. II, l'.'i 1 A Looking Glnis View. To tin' K.litor of 1 b? 11 ibune. Sir: l! -? ? ri.l.lri I ..? ? , urn 1, 1. r ? which "'?'? as ri.i I ? ?.? ??? ; ?ad) progrei Kai.-ei (orce? ton rd channe poi 1 ? ' ocratic 1 ? ' ? of Nor? ?imple. The Gl rniar; ' of the 1 Inited State? ind of tli 1 ? n ocratic party ha ? with Alice through tbc "1. and d?a'l know bow t ?. gi ?? ba '-. A. !'.. Wilton, Conn., Nov. 10, : B?-rlin in Thiei? Years. l*o I s Ed i toi . ? ...? rribune. Sir. Dont ?.i,u tliink tl .?? the ,?>,r', ,: !:,. -??r;. monotone I ? ? ? ? 1 ? a ? ' of l confll -t tl ? >rou| 'Berlii eeased to ?' 1 .; -i ft? ?i?- f'nr 1,101. ualtj , ? . bnl ? v 'l.-n'l; St. Petersburg ? 0 buai porting ?? ir?.?i -.??? that it ne time te count Iti ii,-;,'. and wounded, although ii 1.1 ??.-. r fa report ear** accurately the Qerm da?d, ?voumled ar..l priion-r? "!' . ? in three weeks*1 is th. ana roa!1. ? ? 1 I than threi ? ? ? irk. No? 10, 1911. BEI.CIUMS APPALLING NEED How You Can Help Swell the Dollar Christmas Fund. ' Sin 1 he f? low counl rymi .' housanda of Bel| a trei i The Dollar ''und, of v hi.-ii I run ? reas ?? l? icked by many ".???II known public men, ia wor ? ? ? ? . ? ; a in whicl roe can help I iflfering ? ? ? ? ? ? '. . . r yon ca ? . i ? Percy 1 : ' ? 1 ? ? ?. ; i. ndi ilp bj : formanc >s. ? ? '. nan, worn : tul ?' i '?ter at i riatn M .? ?aed to "pa the i . Dai .-? r rents fro . Such .'. I by tl ? ? Christ m ? ? ' ? ? ? ? ? rhe ? ? re ;?p palling " - ble i .1 have recel*, ' "and I on. HI ! EWS Tr? re? I hi Dolla Chi ?. '.'?'? ? : The Report r.f an I-. :- ?; *: -* H Utterance. ? ? ? , ? ? ? . all i in CHARLES ZOLLE! Ni i? York, Not. l", '."l i. Professor Howe, of Columbia University, See Crave Danser i: the War Goes A ? - Alltei ghoul . ? ? Ionics ? ? and ?,: .?:" (tal the i, 1 civilized If to-day, a fev conquest, Great A uatria to u in military trength raci ? which at the : i bitterly hoat subjugatioi If t many, t t ?n, tain hi ? JUK'-'- "' ?' Antwerp wai thou. ? ? t lent I -. . ? In ordei to be pre] a I to 1 com? i mili? ta test of 1 ?.t' Eui op?. ? lisphere i Japan mein; the extinct . : the v.-? repla. " 11 th? ' In I . ild compl? from po - ? ? . - . r. . irmed the ? ?th German fore? sight and thoroughn? If tiei n in> and Aaati i sd, is it not .? ??:\- \.oul?! then .'.>:-:ii a strictl) d?fensive alliance again and aga .. ? anj nation which ii ?lie te another, lest ? r , the ? pn tent launch? -I on the ?roi Id Hol .. , Hi i " '. ? : '0 . ? - lollai '? ?m'. . - . of in r reaching ?? ?? h ich ihe can late) i i iqu the plan i I meenwhile ...rce us to become primerilj militan instead af industrial; the second to join the Al? and prevent Germans, reachiag that peeitien, not .?niv direetl] by am ? ' ? . L? ' ? liane ? ? " ? ? SB ? I ? . ? . - I- ?a, c* ? '. ark, >??**? SCRAPS OF PAPER Soase rhoughta ea the Art al les? ing Treaties To ti. ..bun??! tl ? - : - ' ' -, ' ? ' ' ._ _ad ' ? tl Mr R ? ? ' 1 ... ISI*