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THE SUN. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 8. 1811.
i TUESDAY, OCTOBKB 8, iu. Tntered til the Peat 'fttce nt m YorU aa Sc, mid ( I as a Hall Mntlri . sheertstiosi hi Haiti ro.tp.id. Daily. p mobih i DAILY, I" m ii mi ; si NDAY, Pel Year I on UAILT AM) 81 NDAY. Per Year S no DAILY AND Bt NDAY, Pet Month J" i'oMife to foreign countries added ah check-, mosey orders, Ac io be made pay- able tu I hk a CIV i ruhiish.d dally, Ineludtna, Suadsy, in 'h. Bub i rrinting .mi piiailaiilnf AatociatleB t i to Kaaaati ) I'erl. In toe Borough uf Manhattan. New York , t?eldent of the .BSOClBtlOB, KdWBfd P Mitchell. 170 Nassau atreeti Treasurer of the Aiaodailea, i M- 1. laiffan. 170 Nassau street. Secretary of the AMorlailun. P V. QutBB. 170 Naa.au at ree t . London BSct, ::ff nalinm Hour. 1 Arundel s ir ee t Strand. The dally anil Sunday Scn sir on sale In Iondon At the merlran And colonial Kxehange Carlton street. Ri gent .treat. And Daw sSt.amahlp Agency. 17 virren street. Charing Crnaa Poad Pari, office. A Hue de Ia allrhodlfre. off nue du Ouatre Septembre (near Place de 1'Operai. The dally and Sunday edition arc on .air At Kloaque 1). near the Grand llotrl; K bisque 77. Hotilrvard dea Capurtnc. corner Place de POpera. nd Klotque 19. Boulevard df. Itallrns. cornrr Rul Louis le Grand. tf our friinSi vfio tarnr u irith SIfaWfCelpfl far faiMKoaon trlia loaarr rrjtciril tftttltt rriurnti thru t in all ca.f . .fnif stamps fnr ihai pur post . The Partisanship of BnalBMI In terests. "We invite the attention of business glen to the verjf sane and specific reso lutions adopted the other day by the trustees of the Chamber of Commerce In Rochester. Similar expressions from similarly representative bodies of non partisans, anxious only for the preser vation of American prosperity nguinst the assaults of the conscious or uncon acious promoters of near socialism will Ccmt a groat deal in the movement for political sanity now in progress. Our columns daily give remarkable illus tration of the approach to a consensus of individual opinion in regard to this vital issue. Such utterances as thai from Rochester will be the next stop toward effective organisation. What the country needs more than anything else at tins time is a new kind Of pariisanship- a s'rong and solid partisanship of legitimate business against the destroyers of values and tlie suppressors of trade. Turkey's Western t oast. The proximity of Albania, the western- i Bnost outpost of the Ottoman Empire, 0 Italy brinm this little land with its long history of wars and revolutions again into prominence as a possible Icene of action in the present struggle between Italy and Turkey. The coasts of the two countries come nearer lo- EPther here than anywhere else; the distance ac ross the Straits of OtrantO from thebool heel tu Avlona, I he best of Turkey s western ports, is less (ban fifty miles. The union ,,f Albania with Italy .has long been an aspiration ot many southern Mbanians and the dream of certain Italian patriot Ubania lias furnished some of Tur I key's most dependable fighting men ih Europe and such commanders as Hie F10 real Bairaktar," whose memory Con-1 sBtantiiiople but a short time ago turned out to honor. They formed pari of tho bodyguard of Sultan Amu i. Hamip, 'accepted tic no v Government with ".great enthusiasm, ami revolted when ' they found the promised reforms were, denied. This revolt now scarcely I ended, caused a Miniatcrial upheaval; una talk ol an international Interven Hob, Much encouragement was given! the cause 0f the revolutionists by de scendants of Albanians who had lied from their native land to Sicily and Calabria, and the Italian Government was compell-'d to exercise a stringent 1 blockade in the Adriatic to prevent the' sailing oT armed bodies ol volunteers. The revolutionists, overwhelmed by superior Turkish force, were compelled ' to surrender. While many of the war riors relumed to their lands, they seem ' to be merely waiting for u favorable5 opportunity to renew their struggle for freedom It is hardly probable I that smarting under recent defeat 'Icy j would make a united and vigorous re aiatence to the people who had proved their beat friends or thai th" Ottoman Government should put complete reli ant e in then- realty. Italy would ex. pect to meet here, should sh" attempt a landing, t he same uato1ian ledopathal ' had been employed in the suppression i of th' revolt Rul it (li tionn of ' his rml or t h tugged mountains, i his rnake the ham1 nftn imt i ould I he nai 1 - fani beat fort i ft fa cm pirn arc t he ou r ( Ollld not isp n1' t hem us iur lioin birth with nvoiy path and imrrov iuihb. Prsvess, nt i'i" Janina, is 1 1 n nvmi point of th1 1 "ii -' ;iiir fortified yeai poinl of fortified irrisoni'd ips mora 1 trouble ihourof. wit n -i icw pi its i 1 1 1 1 , . "tu with I Ireeee i i .. t n iliffii nh r-nt niatjnitildc protected hurbor 1 hit' W1111I1I i;i 0 1 by i t p. position ni hon IhrniiRh the While the Tnrl sin vltil)H, will) I1- cut I Mlln if f Ihr Ktii ih" i-nirancc in Ktrnlis "i iiin re niainlaiivtl h i aed carrii III lie i innatly .1 base of .iiiill for lha paeiWcation ol 1 In (vnjntr) Tha hm Iwi il next tn 1 do north 1 hu nm rioss ' u kI1 try ol 1 he dayi f ii, r Din leof m H lei rn 101 1 haoi'itn il was 1 he at 1 hi, greai Koman 1 r ' I ' By ant 1 v hnvill foi 1 "ii tli" hill above Me. in guar') 'i " idiiatle port of Si-iiIhi . 1I10 itioji p- 1.. "f Ubnniau in--11- iinil ono of ii ( cntiinicn i.il i"inis ,,f SfaftPrn lui 1 1 Niutaii itself Wuiild be Itfafroni ns attack, as the Bayona is gasealiliri iw 1 1 en iUc smallest scaKfinK ve-esels. OOljT g short distance finm the hf reduction of thhi const tnd the land inn f oldlsri oughl to bo gcoont plishod cnsily by Italy. The resistance would ippctrwith nn Attempt to pone irate the country. Willi this riiccoks- 1 Tnllv surm, , iiiiicd there is Ml i-Mann to kalUwa ikal ika .li.. .1 ..flu.. tlManl If nMA'a .. . i I in .".! inn. -ii'din- , i 1 1 MM l ,M ity 'Hi IJr.lt, I n 'il Nl . lAinil u ,i i. i.. , , . ,, .1. . ,t . 1 , . , 1 Albania villi Italy could lie realized. Mm to thr importance of a rival with, Kven the retention of any part of Al- ' whom DtAI could afford to negotiate. linuin would lie questioned. Monte-, It was nhout this lime that the world negro hoped that her treatment of (he ; learned the truth Concerning the reform ' revolutionists would predispose the northern tribesmen in her favor when the subject of the adjustnieni of her eastern boiindarv line iiRain came up 'an educated man and a student of his-. To rat Kpitor or 1 hf Si X -sir. The for settlement. Avlona is the most lorv and economics. He had token i Mtorney.t.rneral J thai the I nued t. , . .i.,.., ... . rltalfl St.. I Corporation has taken in soiiRht after prize. Italy, with stron j courses in the ( ollege of ersaiUe.and at IP1. tn rwtaolre, and the corporation fortifications on both sides of the Si raits t he I'niversity of California and qualified 1 confirms ih vtatemeni t hairnian sian of OtrantO, would be supreme in the himself for business aflaus on a great I lay of ih- onare.ionl committee thai Adriatic, ihi Auatria-Hungary, with acale. Madbro weni Into polltica be. ,h' corooration th.nk. I,,.. ,i . . - . i i thsi tha novernmeni doubt i wnsth.r i hei mowing young navy would not muse his family, a large and dist in- . ... ,,, m.d ...,,, steel." end permit . even to a member of t he Triple Alliance. llpenliiR of the (ampalsii. , Krom tha ndltnrlal nAlumna nf the White Plains rri'v Vrcorrl we take the following interesting evidence thai the Slate campaign has begun: ! ,. u .u ..... ,. ., .sinir I BOO. prn Infl j.tr I s,-.s HtcioiNS i was Dot ernor of the Slate, the lagpaytri of ... , "Ml- chBatei hava bren relieved or am direct tAe fc Slate porpoees. Thlt reform, started by forratr Ooveraer OOBU, And rorflplttrd by the lair cn- ernnr Him, ins. h. proved very BBtMsctory to the I people of ihe stAtr. Dm Danoerai, howevsr, I Dial formallv resigned bv renouncing h.ve returned lo the old .y.iem. .ad now Watt. , he title of provisional President. Kur rheater and every other co,v In ,he S.aic will , ,,rrn1orr, ,,P declared that lie had done n.ve to pay i is anare lo.nrn me .naen nurnena ihe rhAnge of adininlatr.il, n In Albans haa btoufhi about la nemocr.ilr BdmlBtltrBtlOB of stale aRalra At Albany worth An extrA Jili.opn a rrit to tne lAxp.yera of wattehMier?" Such statements as these will, it is fair to assume, soon become the familiar language of all nnrtisan newsnnners nnd ' public speakers. The facts are natur ally quite different. At the beginning of the fiscal year of l&os. that is. October I. 1007, two years later than the time to which the White Plains journal points with such enthusiasm, the surplus in the general fund of the Bute was 114368,000. 1 The financial operations of th. State Under Rep,,.,!,.,,,, direction for the ne four years are indicated in the follow- ing table: I Krpntuurl Mimosa lirrent.f W4 000.000 I l.uo An 7 Ko.njin 37.non.nie ISM ISM Itin 1911 , h'.mm. M mi-i.i IIMMtOOOO si 4.!aT0.imn tpproprlaUoaa. Kxrraaof expenciiiiireaovrr revenue JM.l.l.nno Willi all ropcr allowance for an changes In the 1011 figures, which are' provisional and w ill be motlified by any decreases of Final revenue, as compared with the Comptroller's estimate, and of expenditure by the lapses of appro priations, the fad remains lhat starl ing with a surplus of $14.3rV.tuoi in 11)07 the Republican Governor and legisla ture together in the next four years permitted the expenditure to exceed the revenue by approximately fl4.l.W 000, or more than enough to extinguish the surplus of 1007. The Democratic state administration has many sins to account for. but it is hardly fair "o denounce it for return ing to a, direct tax, because tho previ ous Republican Legislatures had thor oughly cleaned oi 1 1 th" treaaury; so thoroughly thai Oovernor Hi i.hi s. a Republican Executive himself, recom mended a return to a direct 'ax to meet the cost of bond iaaiiea, and the last Republican Comptroller in ins final report io the Legislature emphatically indorsed this proposal, The people of this State may yet have to pay dearly for Democratic supremacy at Mbany, bill al present they are liqui-! dating ihe affairs of ihe las' Republican siate adminiat ration, and the respon sibility for a return to the direct iax must be borne by that parly, which in duced this return by an extravagance and recklessness hitherto unknown, even at Albany. The Choice of Madera as President or Mexico. The transformation of I ran I sen I Madebo in u few months from a fugitive and on insurrecto in ihc bush inm Presi dent or Mexico by choice of the people at a free and orderly election has no parallel in the history of that country, and it is an example of truth that is si ranger than fiction. About the middle of February a war rant i barging General Madf.ro with violation of the neutrality laws in plan ning a military expedition against s friendly nation was in tho hands of I'tTttefl eila'es officers, and I hev were aAardilnff Kl Pji.h -.irli ini.1 rnctwins I i.e. st him I ihc lima Manifah regarded as ;i fanatic who disturbed I llm rifBi-r nf IncalltliMi with hia nrnnn. I D-andH.hul wh..wa nol lo bo lakon aeri. niislv us. ;i 'l enemy of the roderal ';, eminent. I) KoBTt'NATO HrRN'ANDcZ I juagmeni in iw uiovaaqp oi t ten nf DflnntiP nn nlieniat i fuegoa may have been aluggiah and hia of ho House of oiiit n ' loader insane In i Msde pronnuni'ed the reform Tics phyaicia 11 s.'iul : ' famllj . whit h la ai ar anil nralfhy. mere hn-- b--n n tir.it ,i.al of insanity . and KR.scisin 11;' Isharltad lh. lainc h iur. ab'Mii a eu and a half t en ilia l.r beTan to maalfaal sin,, ut mi- 11, dbssb la prssrh spiritualism, lie inl ih' Idea Inin hi- head lhat the snul ,,f I iiltirt MlPStaiO, lha tiheraliir nf Ufalro, h ail BRiered hi pud) , tc rminiha later the s pi 1 its. old hint that hf hail rsada . mlr- , lnUr. anil that R01 Hlmiiiin anill but lhat .11 aarr. had taken po.aes.lon of hi. bod Than h siaitel out 10 niearh aorlall.ni This vis of mental unsoiimlnrsi.i wu Hi-eepted by Preaidenl In.. Rnd Befior lu i'. IiUHNTOOR, the Mlnisler nf I ! nu declared upon his reiurn rrom 1 uropn .it ;i time when Ihe insurrection wits iitusina iin (lovernmsjii concoru 1 hut V im nn was crnrli brained bui Inn mi' 'ss, in ihe mountains of flu-' Illinium the reform leader had a camp, v " li In adqiiurters in a eave, and 1 ailed him "if provisional President. Tha news nf tin- insurrection, sueh ' was in 'in early stages, cams from mer-' loan bordei towns, principally from Kl I'aso nnd undoiibtedly i1 was highly colored, No inl slligene emainl.J from itherityof Nfexico to indicate thai the I Federal Uovertunsnl '00k a .serious 1 view of the guffiilai fckirnuslies in Chi-1 huahua. It wan not until the insurgents 1 involved tho Federal troops in oprra- lions within rifle fire of American hor- . j . , .,, , . ' der towna, and Prnldeni rrr, fearing co triplications with Mexico. woMHaad a division of troops at San Antonio, thai President Diaz, admitted tha o-mvitv nf Ihe situation Thai mMiim nf i, ",..' , leader. He was not unbalanced and hud la ralional programme of democratic , government . He was not ienorant . but ; I gllilhtd one. had no voice in t he govern- iment. He dealrd to eaiahllah in Mexico ! a genuine democratic government based I upon popular suffrage. It had been a re public only in name and there had been at "o time a free elec ion under DlAt, He '"e appointmcni or governors nnd "nishnd them if they opposed his policies. MADBRO himself had liern , , , - . iinrown lino prison on a cnarKC ol in- ' . C tins the neon e to robe ion beoatian he rlemanded certain reforms. the long deapiied rafonn leader proved his patriotism when President his work for free institutions, was worn out with the stniggle and would not . , . , .. . take office unless the country Called I him. Re proposed the arrangement by which Df. 1.A Rarrk was lobc omo ten . . n i, .. , I porar . resioent penaing a national I election BCt for October I. I'i the trOUWOUi pel iod of the Interregnum and ouring tne campaign ne no re nimseii arlth ,ii-,,i.,. ,n.,v .n.i ..... ! always a peacemaker. He displayed an acumen and solid; .judgment t hat even his friends had not given him credit for. Mexico was wildly " progressive. " li wantw refonn in theory if not in prac- tirt, nnri n onservfttive ( ionocil ' 5" " I MAOEBO H election as Presi- dent was foreordained lie g only W I years of age. ,-. man of rather frail physique, tolerant, amiable and hu- I uuj e 1 1 t u j .ji !l . . , oioiMi oi, ii it on inai some onsei its lie- ,.,. it,- RaassiMux ,,r Mo... MiKlal ... he In the present crisis to rule with A firm hand as well n a sound head a people so ill prepared for democratic government that Ihc groat majority of them are si ill illiterate and steeped in superstition. Admiral Schlc.v. i'i, ,. . i. . . i, nt v .1 , i iVi.rir, ,. ii,.,,- ,. .. ('.". ' BCMUtl Will recall the unfortunate con- troversv BDOUI tne command ol me I'nited Slates fleet during the battle of Saniiago. it obscured ScHLiv'a earlier services to his country, Which the record shows to have been distinguished; it embittered the , lose of Sampson's life, and he died before his time a disap pointed man. The Hon. John D LONO, Secretary of the Navy during the war with Spain has said; "It i a a 'raftr feature of ihe atrutflt with Spain ih. sivirsoN. hroken hv tha tremsndout strain he had iitiil-i "nr. rtlp 1 wlthniit -ere; ,nl tSr -eco;nlilon to tcrilch til- patrlOtl e.- Ire enliile-1 htii anit WlthOtU SVtn 'lie think Of ( OS great! or promo 'Ion .n rank i he echo ol Ihc guns in the -oh tigM at Mamla had hardly died away before I i in gross t hanked Df ITF.V for his "splen did ot hie ement nnd victory" and gave him tl erwbelmins lank of nd- miral of the navy. But for Ihc sense less challenge of KaMPSOX'n right in be regarded ns commander nf the fleet that l.-st i-,,v,wl rn-vn:i' anuaHrnn similar and equally deserved honors would have been boiowvi upon hr nnn officer uivlor whoae elaborate inatruc moii. aiui ni whoae view nnd prr-soipo even, tit battle ff Hantlago. . riir-i conequenfc r, the blockade," as Ad miral I'm i lip said, waa fought. Originally Commeedore Hi ha v waa in no wiae n'spoiitaihlo fm- the attempt io deprive Admiral Bampkon of the tinction that waa rightfully hia. In a deapatch to the Navy Department on July to, iso. ( 'omroodore Schi.fy aaid i rel tome aiorUftcaifon iha the newapiper tccouati of Jul) a have atti Ibuted victory f July 5 ftlmotl entire!) to me lrior na? ertireil b ihe fnrre unrler thr eommandtf In rhlef North Atlantic iquadrofl nrtt n him the honor In it'ie There apoke the BcHLRY whoae ahip th1 Winona received ninety-eight sheila In her hull and auiTered heavy Raaualtlei at Port Hudson, the officer who iia-! a I '""K recnrrl for gallantry with md aa well us ea fou rs. Admiral Si Hl.Kv'f sorvicea in Ihe ! sPi,nih 'ar vv iv i ho s. of h brave and ('Onacieniioui officer of tho old achool. evolutions at Hantiago were critlelsed, bui ihe Brooklyn took n meritorious pari ic ihe nMi-u upon the Spanish squadron nnd tho puraull of Ihe Colon, sharing with the Oregon the credil of sending her ashore, 'l nc n.ti'-iii hn- 1 -,iar? foi 'he unlfnfi a. rnmnisndf 1 In eh nfllC'i. rented 1 nt thi ef nf Hu :he prolart el ih. I mperui f I hin.i arniv. v (a Sea 1 ,p; t lovernor I m -t igai e al "nee. in '.no corner of Korth Africa, hi u-hsi . last jrear wa. ilia mol prosparous In i ntojern I'm--. The mariean Consul nl : giers t'-iiori . th i1 tha general oommeroe : for Algeria hi 1910 anvnjntel to I JOS sa-i n 11 lit, su 1, on wire i'i iu in any rear ii ihe history f Ihe onlany- Tlie special 1 ionvnsics ahowetl an almosl contpleta lulanoe lieiweon esportt an! Imporli; lha former fre lis. TOO, on, ths (alter (A7.qm.ikki The failure of the in-ivh win crop in part esplalnei i'i!1 ommar- 1 rial atpsnaien, s 1 hn exports of wins alone ( incrcii.e I from l!0,4H,000 to 3S,4S3,O0O, 'I' ha ax I ension of I he area rloTotS I to ceres Is In also in li"H'el liy an increase of noarlv $-, 11 11 un in ths aspOrM of gra'm Amerl -nn "dry fsrra'ni" m'Vi 1. hsvs been m 1 ploys! w "1 grot BUCOSBB 111 lh" upland : rations, h dhert o regarde 1 aa useless b jcupi foi Rrai-.iiig. The reports for tnu from K ranch offlolal sources Indicate thut ths hiRh water mat a of laat ye.ir will not long I stand, for the first six months of 1B11 show material growth over thoseof lin. .... ... . . ... ., .u. ThS lurk, might do worse than 10 sign pjtd Mar,ns) M(.(;r4W for lh. winttr titnvtt. I H i perhaps useful to remind the Demo- eratic statesmen that the longer they atay Albany now ihe less rhance any of , ,,l m h ..rA. them will have of returning hereafter. 0is ths Hon. Woonnow WttatM in- lend to apply the "rerall" to church music too' , I tTKIt STATE coftron no . HTKKL the Mtorney-Oeneral cleni hating .Aid I that th" combination i an unlawful onr. ! ,h" Pt' " l" fHl" , aiarm. i niiclit not he .u nnmlBaH evil in ha. the steel corporation brought mlo court eOllld iibs:and the test If any large com- j j j' ould mUfll 10 a decision thai ii i , imin,vri to rlo bUBlaeaa OR a large scale ; I in the I'niiert Slates and would show ihat i I . . . , M I., i ' i , . I'll,,,, nil'l H 1 , wn'MlM, nr un iBini wwm iesnnsn c in m- n-ipirmr . ,...,, o,...j...i nil la ;ll.. .r, . , 10 far as its practical application is con- erned. the public sti'i belleeea that the conn's rule ot reason" I a business a.aei and not merely an expression. ThB President Indicated in his Detroit Speech that in his opinion the law forbid. I Monopoly. -. ( omblnat ions 1 o fix prices. Besrralnt of trsde, s for o. i. the Se'l Corporstlon'a business lias never eoualled an per cent, of the total ... tor No steel ha. grown cheaper since the corporation was created, and iiuisi have become dearer had it not been formed, x ,or No ""mpeiitor. of ihe corporation ire not i nninlai nip of re,l milt Whni "jj uuprenie rourt referred to aa "ruinous j ,.,,, ,-.,,.. i. rif ... ,h. hn.inM. io nn extent that threatens gerlOUB wage traimu,in. The Steel Corporst employs nesrly uarier of a mi'lion men. with three or four i nmes as nianv pei sons dependent on I hem , li lias or had about '.'tio.iaio stockholders a decision adverse to 'Steel would vie i ufllt- outlaw moM oi htf POfpOml r"liahl n i it hor it v I in- -thow n thtt theft! ft MM nf ft bout SO.OBO.000 DOllCVholderi , 10.000.000 1 m hank Hppostitor Otld OthtT laT-gt S" tt u Z ' sZ or Them ' on mtJer, lnd ... thtrt. fore bad politics as well as bad business the Republican Progressives' are but j heedful compared I with thoaa whoae srst- lira If incvicni iu iw iuviwvi an nui ines." It Is aalo that syatematieatapa will he taken to show all of the latter c!as w here ; th.,, Inlerest lie nel.ativ.lv few aa the IVotreaai es ' ate a n rt i,r them Will Support Tafl in my crent and another section will oppose him whatever happens, The rest are not many, yet lo conciliate i hem t tie interests o, a much more numerous rla.s are heina sacrificed and all the recent vacancies in the Cabinet hare been given to " Progressives " Why this headlong eacerness to throw asav many votes In order to gain a few ' Why deliberately risk a panic when It Is a matter of common Lnowledaeandex per ience that the so minis trattmi that noes to the polls in a time of . b,BtM d,pr,ion B0 , Hefe. What .,,: elections followed the in ninotlon suit against the railroads.' To resolve all combinations whether leasonahle' or not into their constituent parts w ould tie similar in effect to the disso- lut ion of ihe I nion into the thirteen original . olonies and would he a long backward step toward lha e.a of bartering pell, for warn- of governments to protect the propertv of IhS eitien lor is subject the wordvi instead Of to destiov it. The attacks en industry arising from lack of htistne-s knowledge In official quarters have aided gamblers ami wrarkera snd hava inmred ten. of millions of people tv ho can control the political act ion of most of t he State-, in el, id mc some or tne pacKwara ones laceiiouaiy i illed 1 11 ogress, ve, one c,r which BetUBIl! lost popniatien bv its radlcallam in th ilecad- . oveied by the cens us of inn rhe late .fohn Sherman w-a. not fortunate in the legtalatlnn that bote his name. The II rt nnrehasina elsusa of lha Sherman monetarv las "a- a . otiy piece of pole-. . and cauaed a panii . and the Sherman anti trust IBS may Save the .sine rne, - if not applied a- moderatel a- is posail. ur.det its ' rea-oii.'ib'e" inierpreiinon ! ;iie supreme Court. Don't I twins undo youl nr in the Sherman file t n 'erl Stales Sleel I ArporBtlOn l.as tit'iil. laivo nror.ls i-coo lime. nw. food, iu able organUatton and mna(-' iniii 0ntlt1d i' to do. t Mi Btnv time it h tinr'"'. ttfl prnaptrit ith ihr pub ic it haa voluntarily Increaead -saaea and pentioued if euparannuated emplo:. een, in contraat with 'he t o ernment , which m Hie only important one tha' haa done neither of thee thtnee. ihe corpdratlon'i rerliiora. i-uatomera, employees and itOck lioidere appear to ne saMHfled with It. w kiaiNUTOK, October E. W . Pat i. I be Rarhelnr of XatattAn. To t hf RpfTOJI or Tap Si n 'f a tteady reader of Taa bcm nd a Prtacctoa vraduate I wh t pro iea t aKatnat the editorial In the l'ie nf October 1. entitled Bachelor of Natation Physical h connection wlih mental tralnini I- an Approved and settled erlurailonal theor adoptad In .all public arhonia and In many If nni r , ..h i "":" ' : . 1. , ' . c- from MSlOr ear si school lo freahin.n inr a I cniirje- DtMB the you'h of IT or II SltSlS phyai c.l prrrerllnn In ihe p.'.tnj of fiilr.nce eianlni- tlOBa? Ths grest rr sgiini university stblstlri hsi been iht prilrlpilon ttip!fln rtai bfrn limited ;n h pififssl body nf aiea. yet 'i oppose a systera r.r Ued to benefli lbs tnaay 1 ather 'tian thefea. in thr deslrs 10 snrci fit Oovernor Wilson ol Sen Jersey Taa aen attacks the tird ssiabllsh menl ' Prlareton of n much nrcnd drrnrirnpn'. such fl Is ti1' bten foi same ytsra lactuded In th vurrlcalum or the leadlai universities ol .1. I. aaamaisata.. n, ital.lv I . . I ni I n Ihai n it- n iv .u I. mmnulaari fo, hoih freshmen and aophomoraa In lha boIIbsb amt iphaola of aspHeil acieine V h rln mi ROI InelUdC PrBltdBBt Huti.r in 011r atrleturei on ''WoodrowllaoalSB plnalies" - l.ci rib add that the tile, of a technii al BrbBBl, in WhlcS 011 refer, uonlo alan seem odd iBdSBd in the rel'iinlng graduale who got bll i alin ami lireek under Mr nh amt Cation It or AC.. T. HBBBK v M w OBBi I Iclobar I Thsnkagltlna lease Thai Save atiriBd ihs war rbrib osca mcr.. Anrl the peace proelaniBtlOBI ar-- agur, rr.. diplomats, pllaklBti v 1 r KBOBrlafly wluUln. i 'nlii.s thai occurred In ThB Ha.nr. I c r thei r they salit BfBl WBI . plaai'.. Anrt for .oldlris laraa aurrly liant Stork, Bui ihe concrri ' of natlnna Senil up their oblBtlOBI SlncB Ital) 'I Sghilng ihe Turk. .lopn null aianda dlaeraBlly .-.Ide. Ka'.-rr Rill icen l know what 10 .ay. I ha' UelilO alrocco 'that lilnii. 'round Uorocce i .iiiea him now tomplSIBly .wav in the bBUfMB things nandar a.trl . I he d.nfi r will there alrraj a luri. It's a mailer of nione- . pKldSdh funn;'. nn I tab . fighting the Turk. W all. Thankagl- Inx'i conilng on onn. Anit the war will he eartSlBl) e ei. the war lent, will ff.ai t in ih. blr i from the Ka.i. ml ihe 'ra gclnt to have picking t.iere Johnny Bull, 'iwt.t a grun' and a anere. n1 the r.a' with Insatiable arnirk Thai rS not one of em .h , Von can heat them ail cry. I f i ua all have a siiir of the Turk" Kt Ol.vg GSsVBT. f'Ott SANITY l FOt.tTICS One I'orm of I -awful Rn.meaa aw Flaht lug a M)stem of 4 ontlscal Ion. lo i h k BDITOa or I rk Si n Sir: By the publication of sound and able ktler. and by editorial comment yon sre dome the best I and most needful noik iu thr whole history of your journal, I a oof your correspondents whose letters ere published on September ra noted the tendency louarri the conditions which pre vailed in the French Revolution. These orrespondents are wholly right, but do not , go uuite fr enough Ihe conditions as lo the seiuriiv of properly which prevailed m the French Revolution are already found heie in ihe arbitrary destruction of one great staple of lawful commerce What is: so-called prohibition hut destruction of I . j I properly ny nai witnoul one process oi nw, i proper trial In a court of malice or the leasi redress or compensation'1 Partial aaaenl lo that rstem of rank despotism is now leoparding all forms of property and business. The present doctrine Is, give a business a bad name by unmeasured denunciation and then Wipe it out by lecisla- lion. This i precisely Ihe system or tne prohibittOnlBI Tn"' v'""m " Prox,n ' vet liable Trojan horaa, 0 wonder the harebrained are at ihe front leading, they succeeded in eaiab- nnina a sysiem mai actually ovai ini ot ,h, i rP,Kh navotUllOO. I nev uesiro property without cutting ofT heads and by merely casting ballots or securing an act of Legislature Hbnbt " MglNB, ROCBBSTCBi N. Y.i October 1, To Tlhal I'.xlent Should eminent Interfere In ItaalnraaT To THe, Kpitob or I Ht Si x -Sir: thai nieculation aa to whether Mr I hope Tafi a "judicial mind' is really muddled or whether he ja only pretending (hat ii is muddled for political purposes will not lead you to for- aai thai the vital is.ue hemten business and QOVernmSOl is not as to the line of ,1 rea aoon lilrt, eaa in realrnlnf of trade. 1 he i i .u. ..a i i real question Is whether the governmental, M .wbi i"- -v-.--.. - law ways indispensable to the stability of orderly BOCletV, h.is any rational warrant at all. The interstate commerce acta and the ar.ti-trust ads have never been defended by men of sense on '.he around that I hey were tnttlSPOOSeblS io social order. They rest SSpllcltly and SVOWettly en moral or eco nomic line, of Warrant. They aim at the fair rate, the iuai pure. Ac I hey clearly represenl lhat m'k of governmental furio Nlona which holda that Oovsramaat ehouM Hot Only safeguard national and individual done thai. KivHwaaj ...... .,. should go further and promOtl the moral 'and economic welfare of the people. Mr j R00aevet. it will be recalled, used to mtSS no opportunities to commr himself unre servedly to this ladylike, even sophomoric view of Ihe nature and functions of (lov ernment. The (lovtrnment at Washington holds this view. Sn-i ailed Democrats of various breeds. ! populists all. of course hold it, though the ; essential glory of our sarly Democrat, was that Ihey flatly rejected this view aa repug- j nanl to instinctive common aense ! (iovernment cannot learn what la morally I or economically best any more than it can I learn what is religiously best for the people. j Kven if COuld make a shrewder gueei than , ftTvraf. man., thS patent truth rS- ! mama that as governmental determinations I of moral and economic bratneases are not neres.ary to a stable soc ial order, and aa nature ha. provided men with lapaciiy lo : dei ide religion., moral and economic ques- 1 linns for themselves, the popular com option of I .nvern merit 's proper f unci ions is a mere . unrenoetlva blunder B l, M, sr Lot is. Mo , September Su I Replica the Quack. Wiih inielligent I '" r' . To tnr Editos or Tas Bt s Sir. w I 1 " ' " r I' ri . r o- e on " m pnnr- . 1 1 n porporattori i net ins m r hava heard too murh from th political I Strain, of Trd. lr.il it rotivtrut'tivcty; 1 1 4 IIIKi I. ith hit half baked idea, of Km rn - , mem . I have been under hti tpall myaalf, know i h t eople houM he educated n niaer thn' nrr nOfl arnrt'r leu IO nrr now icnerany ien io i h rnpei. and masasinaa he as plotted li b thnaa least quaHfled to write on them, Man) untried ideal would be adopted now I by ome votera on th" repreaentatfont of! men writer. The conservative and nana j men seem to have been cowed by 'he hya iarioal outburata of the iat few years but, thank God. sanity once more seem! to be I Smerctni from Its retirement 'I Hi: RtKl i editorial "Removal reenui Recall" i educa llonal nnd mo-it opportune BrStMia Man Easi OaaNoa, N J ! September so Too Man Us.. In irk r.niTnp or Tar Si s Sir , bUSlSBSB man or I hirM- vears ser ice pin ,nr Prooi.m "i inr noui inns, "e nmr m mane law - sr. maniifaciunng lass for na ThS national r.riinl anrl forly-aii Slates cWe H 'hi ne OUtptll i Th. aamulu annlH K. lo ,'iri.il Mikj.iij. lion. Insteail of makinu more liai, clean nut ihe rtead stuff, the hhernian ntm trust lass, Ac Semi luisiiiFss men or practical thinkers to our legislative hodea anil keep ihe las- vers SWSV- ThB l ord save ton I cnimand - mem. to guide Hia people, nml n seems thai the statutory Ian. should mil renuire more' if nut in a coat ise u.i bw ona. Oetober . ii - IM S' The m.orOereil Piihllc NUltl. ,. ., ihi. Kniior.n Iur si v- s.r Flaaby li . , , nawapaper he.dllnaa and muckraking mag- aines have been cultivating a rev enge- fui spirli m th0 public mind policy of tanaational pnbllrli y has foatarerl n diapoal-' linn to tear down, 10 deatro.1 . instead nf io build lip, lo construe! anil in eiu ourage and advance in. fundaments! and aubatantial I tilings ihai make up th foundation of a prosperous and Itappv people The muekraker'a convert vvnuid justify! even Ihe ryiretno l I'SPSelty llllills oi th". attornay-fienerara proaperlt) exUngulBh-l ing apparitua and discount 'he damage it has dene anil may an, reed in doing hv clever direction, fmgerting that in Its path lies the organi.a1 imi lhat providtB llie full Oinasi pan Hul I here ia a I a a v ,. das of reckoning a nrl I should ! edge f i nm renor itnrih.ii... , , . . . rial distress of some of the BtUCkraktai publication! ihe-. are BR J0) ing a boomerang ' harveai A St RSiDIS. toLiMBis. cihio, Ortebsr i One Trait eglrcted. To THK 1 pitor 0P Tub Si Si Sir: The Federal f iovernment in lta haata to dla aoWs ths ao-called trusts ' Baams to hara OTirlooked the greatest of all truata. tha labor trust. this may be due to the fart that the 1113 elections ate approaching and that poli ticians do not cara to incut tha annul of I he labor unions. Ihe American Federation of Labor and Its subsidiaries the labor unions in their . , fl.ht for the closed shop a,e apparent y ndeavorina- to monopolize Ihe entire fle d of labor and to drive out men who would like to learn the Tarious trades, aa in the rase of the present railroad strike a lavorne meiuoii is nmii.iuB "' flf Af,prfn igaa agog year to a minimum ,thua destroying competition and depriving good American rltizenaof their birthright, that Is, the right to work. In business an attempt to monopolize any commodity and drive others from deal ing In It Is restraint of trade. Miy not in r labor market? COXITAN! Header. DANBVRfi t'onn . October The Movement for stanllj In Horheter. from ihr minuttt mt Ror'i.''f' chtmfirr or rummarce Kl a meeting of the board of trustee! of the Hoeheater chamber of Commerce at the Chamber of Commerce rooms on Tues day. Heptemher -B. ItU i , the following ques tions were put to the tfUStSN by President Albert B Kastwood : I. What effect If any do you Hunk the Congressional investigations mlo corpora tions and other business are (ininK to have on the business and financial outlook and sitnat ion? J. What effect If any are ihe recent tariff discussions and the certainty of more tariff legislation next winter having? 1. What effect If any have the Bupieme Court decisions in the Oil and Tobacco cases had. and what is the effect on business of the anti-trust law as t hese decisions leave it? 4. Is credit too much concentrated in ; he great financial centres to the detriment : f legitimate business men and business uses throughout the country? I, Most of all, what would you suggest aa the best help now toward permanent, stable and good business conditions, what constructive policy or plan' The matter proved of euch Interest to the trustees that the following answers were formulated by five of the leading members of the chamber and unanimously accepted . "J , , , lk hA.rrf as an expression of opinion by the hoard of trustees or tins chamber. UU1 or tne I flftv-fonr trustees thirty-two were ptcsent at this meetlns. 1 these investigatlona In themselves will only retard for the moment the natural progreas of evolution which has been going on in adapting the business of the country to take full advantage of the improved methods of communication which now exist. Whether or not this evolution will he permanently Interfered with will de pend upon the plan which is to be imposed by the court upon the Tobacco company to carry out the recent Supreme Court decision. '.'. Tariff discussions at best tend to un settle business. Where there i-. however. certainty in tariff legislation ila effects nn business are not bad. In the raae of schedule X. for instance, the clothing man knows that there is going to be a large re duction of Ihe tariff. How much he does not know. The only effect ii will have on the clothing business will be io make the clothing man morn conservative in his purchases .'t The decisions have caused the man agers of concerns to which tho Sherman act may possibly be applied to cease all efforts toward betterments or extensions until they know whore they siand. this curtails business. s the anti-trust law s'ands to-day it furnishes (onaress the excuse for harassing every business the other authorities may have overlooked Vnder such clrcumatanc.es the prudent man will call in his oulstanding credits, reduce his organisation to the minimum and await evidence, of returnins sanity, at least one will. The concentration of capital In large financial centies is not detrimental ! legitimate business at large at iltftrrcnt IMaOtli thf yrnr monfy dUtftbutad nil rtvtr th country rouid nnt ba n"'i locully for ircn i n l t butlnaaa rirpoufsj, thvraford tharc miiRt lip nn outlai f"r turpi dm fund, ! nnd ihr.- oulltt arc lahrouch our rCCTV? IcHtra whtTP ripeiit i mp hf xtndad on da- 1 mand rrdit for (ttitnatCt butiliCfffl pur ( pop mutl -ip on tini ba! I !. Th hfroi maii?urp; of tli" (.ovrri ' m,nr under ill" shrrman aft, if thay erf ( nerfs.-ar , hava tarvaH thrlr pitrpo I WhaT Kt ne'l noiv i a inor' ronfAtr T i a ! n' tanifMH ion hat an ei onorah' value to the ; "P lnd ..,..' Ibe iirlemlini. . 1 .it i I .1.. .-... j dtirupl tho oreHM, .,,lft ppi, ,.orr.,..?j. rnMlUNl hero needed do n..t dimisifh i meaaurei e, here I enertl efltcienc i forcing dissolution RaaTwoop, Prestdeni pa lap. Setl e(ar.. Aiaaai k land li Wot . . lork .lade I mm Srrap Iron. r'orn iht LoaSan Kitning aaatfa.rf errnnaiinn mamorial .i- dsttlfaiBd at the p.ti.h clujrrh of Cooilon l!leia. near Marlber- iilh. VVIitBhlra, on BuOBBKi ed ,r,e mraiorlal I i. a remarkable pinof of the lngenuii of ihe Vlllag era- There wire not -uBlrtent fund, in pay for a public clock urh as w... d.Mgncrt b' ihe DBsplB of the lllae. but Mr Spran. wbn hgan j iil on a larm ano moo l HirUluthl, ofTl red in n'i s i;n- m miiirii n- rouM 101 aORtB ope 10 n ihe heavier work anil If the liiagers would bring him all ihe odd iron. lend. n Rn, bra.s available In Hie iiiaje with Mhlrh to ma'ie the more itelle.te pan.. ... , , , n.r Miisins rn-r.ru into uic Spirit of I US preisPci www ff'- una Mr. B0rat1 1 oattaas foon tne setae pf eoUeetton ol hifrf)gnniis (rrM p,n.a or acrlriiltMr.l ni.chlrei bin - rl. pirAmbuUtora. bectiend-. fire Iron hrSSS weight undl other odds nnd end The iwu grefst wheel of the tlock Wtys tuen rr0m dl. ied separatars. while the hammer, which sutbas the hour on the large.! bell of a peal of five. U h rnxernor bill taken frnm n ieam engine The three dial are made of Iron, ennmrllrd. lih a wMte barksrotjnd and black ftfures nnd hands. rp one d'al l the lnrptlfn "Otory be to Clod " Instead nf the uuai roman nuaicrnls. i - i a Inerard. of Pari, h rem 7.r Prrrsr Thouih It does not of co'irae take van , proportion., r.ria ,s . annual ,ig. ,., arniin nwaai v wimicvii igaurvw, n gam. na ,.i in i raw, ii ni'i'o. laaiwi unr - inea. anrl sont nl these have unite a reputation line of m. ! h.si known of the ilty'a Rltatttura vineyards is ihai 01 the i nantner of li.putl.s Tht was ,-i.ateri n tn. telgit of h ng .mil i'hltlnn. IJhI. , .,. ,.,.,, , Z. . ..." '""'rp'. ' i r iRsiaaMvau .no : Uonlaaquleu eourtyardi of the i-aiai Bourbon This tear's bsioi'BBt prenlsBB to be s partleularl) goon one. riie nni few days will alan e. ih. gathering of the grapes in many othet parts nf the , The Church of Si l.init en I II. has a very pie riurtlv e Igayardi and ih--. Is also a good aaeh harvest In a garden Plots io the Sacra i rem The rU. slainl aulllBURIB will .. a gay llm. fat. shortly wh.n M Irogan tdllor Of 'he Con aansdCBt, entertain ihoae whi writ, for hia r, law tor tne plundering of a v erv fine old in. Thll Is an annual aTali . and II prORllM. to h. a lUCfBBafUl mis seat aa on pra loui ot i BalODB, A Rh.nie Olgg.r To trf RPITOS or The Sin ,si- i i, cited to make n .xpo-ur. of th. Puiiain t , In- .V.U's on account Of Its r.niaiU it,Mt "bseaui fteiproeiti no.sn i rnma vviin BbylSlRB ih . public wa apar.d on. of th. nm fSBIUrSB of politics! CBRIpSllBI." I haiiowl-ig 'reciprocity1 How la that' No rhvm. foi lying ainunii in in.' I let me h.ve a fling at It tn lha' newspaper office .),,, I Says i anada tn I nrle Sam, In lone, of great ferocity. '.New gel awav fnm me. old nun. with this vile reclpiorltv , 'I'm not moved a Utile bit by all your gran-! verhnaiis . ' Your trade proposal "re to me a damnat-,. atrocity. " AJiaiSBDaaf, Ka V. Ai-raa t aim. SOCtAI, CTAXGBS AT THE i pj. Til.. WaSHl.VOK'N. Oct. '.' -There w;i; several readjust rnent r,f creator ,,r nil Importance, In Washington society durtM the coming winter. Places at auiBptUOui . illv faction of all bv statesmen now dethr,ini , ' . ,on(i,qupncfi rBCQJnitlon U-0Q tk) nf nnw drelepmaBta. Theo vlei,. kit,, are inseparable from Washmgi-n social life, that, ia to Bay the ao wl lifp ; wnicn manes tnn fasnion columns in tVi ! newspapers and fumiahea the color aid j the decorations for the pageant. tlig I Vitesj come and go as they figure ov. rnei nmi'isi iibi or vanisn into outer darkness. Thus are the chronielej f banquets. Valls. receptions. Ac , kept m 'full scintillation and worth and virtu, I rewarded by the standard of thair u: . ' lishad labels. By way of a familiar illustration ta,.. j the caee of that sinful 'old min I'nrte ' doe cannon For thirty years h sen-o i I the country at. Washington and on v lha atewed paunes and the NIHBgullloo of lhe able boarding house were nil M knew people, but not. "society" rer,rle. He lived abundantly and played a brill iant hand at poker, but miladi didn't know him as she rolled by and the be. fl leaned interiors of the Northwest wetetn him as RlSUSlniaO mysteries. The Kiftv eighth Congress made him Speaker of the House he began with tho Forty, third and lo! society arose to realize an l to welcome Uncle .foe Cannon. He i.. came a toast in lofty places, an cxpen in fine wines, n judge of muskrat voile I in gravy A la Philadelphia and blatonetl by the most eminent chefs as teirapin an admired distributor of sparkling badinage, the oracle of the smokini; room. For eight resplendent years he floated on this admirable bubble, Just as big Tom Ttecd had done before hint under similar conditions. We refer t , him as an instructive and cnlighteninj precedent. So goes society in Wash ington. Now we have a change. Mr. Cant,' returns to the ranks and OOUOOUentl to the boskage of th boarding hoil while Champ Hark, the new Speal. who has been a l ongressman for neac eighteen years and until now has ne . . invaded the holy atmosphere or s"n si close quarters the aaorod brlc-A-brac of the elect, succeeds him. The great and glittering wheel hai turned completely over. Many sump tuous dinner lists will be rOVlssd nc month, the personnel of great recep tions and musicals and so forth will undergo the usual Ualeidoscopic trait formation as to individuals, but will I rorfiBl r. , , ohnnirx. in nefloinl titl.K - Indi cations of power and position I . fashion column will reflect, us it alwa has reflected, eminence, prestige, poas Inline of intrigue and opportunities i reflected glory, and "society" w ill gout i I its ancient, beaten track. This is Washington as Wash'n,;t-n representel by its gilded throng. Noth ing is really changed. CHIXESE ItAILWAI s. Proaress In the Construction of Mod"" Transportation Lines. preffi nnly Consular an1 Trnti R$p0rit It i e ident io tnanv way that lite det i m (nation of the cblnaaa Govrrnmeni follow a ilrflinto polloy and sC'iite I i frr!P abros' for the development of I sreat trunk Mnea i to load to lrpniiii action on many achemea and early net! In actual construction work a!l Oi rr empire Tn ihe port h t he ront ruction of Th" Kl Chanachun 'in- ha been fiei-i 4 some i i hut n line oxer the mountain invhed -h-e run temporal lly, nnd It t fTji (,) rail Will he run into Kirin this year earth tvork i- about ;o percent romj On t''i ime the fonatructlon wnrV is hej a---iterated somewhat b" a train of ' thirty-four ion locomottvaa nod ten tbi tnn i ir and t brike van. nil construct! at h Tonvshsn shops of the t hin"'-' h perUI Itallwav dniiniTration Werk " tliis. lio" too hn li"n dpla"Cr by th ' of .aivr. du lo -he plaatua The anal re' nu ih Kutun hnuc 'hiakao 'ire 1 been ompletcd nnd preparations for set -const ru lion worfc are ta id to he complete The construction of the parallel llfje-i n the Manchurtsn Bait way Compan fro Tsltathar has oornnwtieed. ih shlpi snt rsils and supplies from Japan heinsj fo forward rapidly. The hr Id tin a of the men streams aloni lha southern porton nf i Puko Rnilway is rapidly bina comnlet most of ihe smaller structures br)n 8 re. in u-e The eneraettc work on the Brechwin I from Ichani In the direction of Wanhi i heina continued and materials rems: transported ovar a section of hoi K3 h mv iiii!'', n'hila work op the seveiit tunnel is well advanced. i he rantonHankow line north front i ten has been completed and is tend pemna mue - a miiea nevond h 1 i ,,n tn,uii,ia nf tl line at KOtWonffShl I rlOWOVar 1 ne Hoe is ao pearl- i on i pic re I 1 mile ;p, only a small hill mar irflich ' , n'ies of tne district have pravanterl n r"lnc " ,h, "v r,f almost Immedi.t ' "JT," " i',2 if'mtlMLf. !I2!"'' ih" .li,fv"r,'" ma tt( mil- . msy ps (iiau" until 'b ' I e A ft, hm nnni-rl U, mis- S, r.irsfr.irii , mil- i o t n-iTr,nrti tjat jf th .i. fmn of th naffvea ean retnovae ihe u -" to i!ist point can be in operation rj 3 fn (. ont 1 ion on th Sunnino' RaIIvst hu hean delavee somewhal br Bnaacltl ditions but the Itns will goon be crenel hongmoon on the lean Rivr An interesting phasp of the preen- j msy dev elopnient in China Is theerTect wj it la "-an now having nn the trade and trad proapecta of rariom. port Arrangement are nnw bemir made hr the nnkin Tiesro to onen 'o foreign trade the port at Pnko' I the Yanglse end of the 1 laatglo-Pukoa Ts j way. The peonle of that port ate prep,i n , to construct a bund along l ha river fron i " I s mile so that the largest ships enrnlnr ml i i hlneae ports may be socnmMOdat' , Kiukiaii? Is preparing for similar de' - rnent w iti, trie eompianoa or it raiima- tKlntailOr I n t he south Yunnan is rar'd changing Irnm tnerelv the political of a province re h nnla- in it? poseibl to a nv.iv rtaae pRn.ra lie opening ' Tsrle of the world I an be only a ma'te' .iiorl lime tin the other hand tvoiici on the gunning Railwav. waa for a iime ' tei nunus of the read and eniored a heom propertv and trade The terminus of railsrav at present, howes-.t . g near Ron moon and will soon be aci uallv ar ride-aa at that city Kongv ik has i h rived for a br life onh and Is now overshadowed b! mure fortunate rival hlnea. EdRratlnn. t rnm thr iBSSBfla t' .saia Pnc i hina I aald in hav e been erettlfSq I ,rin ' ago. but com par. i with for.ign nation .t p-.--arj. t h.htnd th.m In many i..peot Th f. I no' hard to find since the 'Three An" tarssatlaa b has n..n . BeUey of th. r,o-? m.ni to keep Ihe people In Ignorance and i ent them from pai tlcipa'ing In public arta If th. p.opi. hav. .v.r itUdlsdi their ed'c v ha beep cons-el--a'lv e. not pr-gre.n . China baa not advanced a step in flvlii. I e. er alni In recent veai w. ha-e found r our mls'ak." and gra V."n on reformlr c edui -vj.'.ou At Oi si the reform haf li.s'i ' '" '' i to tfa. education bv the (jovavnment. bU' ill ia e.tend.d io public and orlvai antBrPl'l TBS central educational eoafereaes wnirn ' held a hor' tlrr.e ago and ihe fntuia'lon ot " FBtlaSBl BBClBllBI In r.kln and the pro III augvn well for the eduia'lon of ihe future the J rn of I Ro.nal Teare. The do, e returned to the ark ' U'e shall have peace, - p cried, titer land to hjltt about and nobody to Sgbl r.iaped riaieet b) i.iitnt rhem. i . i -ei bv .ni yau lei iha landlord IB l,i Petri i i j.i e lieu' helci. i)l'l be