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THE SUN, SUNDAY, AUGUST 22, 1915. '
: ' i'lL be tCtt IUNDAT, AVOl!HT 22, 1015. ni. ' . th i OBIee at Naw Tork aa Sac .. I ciaaa Mall Matter. e.iiherltl.ina br Mali poatoala PAILT, far M.Tnth 0A.1L1 lr Year MNlMi, Per Month SLNPAY (to Canada!, l'r Month. M'NPAY, Per Year DAILY AM SINHAY. IVr Year 1 I . Y ANl SUNDAY, PSf Month Foasius Marat DAILY. Per Month IL'NUAY, Psr Month. . ... .... UAII.Y AMI SUNDAY, Pl Month r 1 1 1 : BVEni.no si n Pet m ""I Sua ci.i'ii sr.v I'er Year . o It) M S M t J .o ; i ti 6.Y . I S H 3 M i I U .I to b in.. fcVhM.S'i . I Ml Kurelgm.l'erMo All I h. k. raacle serabla money orders, le TOS ! S. I'uU lane I dally, In. mains Sunday, by th un Pliallns and Publ -nms Assocletles at tall N hmh u trt, III 111 Horouin ot Man iat:.i, Ni ' rrssiasni a o. I Tree rr wi::i.im i' ltli k. 1-0 Nataau itri ,'li'a-I't eldefil. tdat'l T. ill;, lie... 1 5" Naeeau etrect Secretary, C E bunion. HIS eiaaeau Street. Reader of Taa at n laavlnf town for tn lummrr month! i an haa tha dai:y ahl lundni and fvfnlnf adltlona d'.U.id to bam In anv part of tola i-vulitry or Ku fona on th l-riii utatad abova. Addraaaaa thanjad aa ottan a daalrad ordar thr.Mia;n iaalaiar or dlrai tly of Publl. atlon 01 lea, taiaphoi.a J.U'i Haakman London offt a. Kfflntham Houaa. I Arun- l - Strand. Iria offlir. Hua da la Ml' hodlaaa, an Rua du Quatra Septambra Waahlngton offli a. lllliln Bu::dln Brooklyn offl. a. lti l.lvlnRaton atraat ur who tmror aa wila aaaa tcripf anil iiiaalranoaa tor ' ao- lo Aoia rrlnlrd arli-lrt ralarnaa! Ir ""Kaf a ait i .: lor thai AT GENERAL GRANTS TOMB. Upon th rlvar a ailvr lid Ttie warahlpa. atrn and gray, kt jior patlanUy abide The word to o or atay. Perchance within the marble tomb Whro etate'y oolumne soar, 4 aplrlt troubleth In the rI)oi For the old waya once mora Perclmnoe a warrior hlnn cold With sword In niail.d hand. Sees what dark clouds of doubt enfold Hla well beloved land. ao.d from chariots of the sun Btin nuiy thy spirit lead. dnd may thy mantle fall uinn Ona wtjrthy to auc-. eed 1 Utt rot tho ialon tas away, Nor thy strong Influence case, Pill, foul wrong righted, we may ay With thee, "Let us have peace 1" M B. Bt RHI.Wt rhe German i:mhaas)s Interest In Amerlran Journalism. The ni' -Kt interesting. If not the1 moat Important fllaoorery In thel fforM' leolconda of oaaterlal con wrnlng the German propaflanda la aisai purnorte lo is- the poraonal jhs-k of tna Uorman Ambaaaador. Count n ItRRNSrTORrT, lo tile order; f M vri 1 s ltti-t n n weekly nowaaaper amed Fei This publlctlon la a eompetltor of Uroaoa Syi vkhtik t'lEEECK'a h'athrrlana for all the nbecrlntion money and n Ivorfaini iipiiiev that cu 11 be extracted from the locketi of bypbeuirted blpatrlota, .'. unt von BianaTOBPF'a onock lo fair I'Iiih was drawn on .May 'J- last iml it was for IK.000, Two tnoutbi earlier, on Murrb 18 the Qtnnan Ambaaaador had arrlttenj to tbe editor of i'iin letter certifying thai tbe paper ha 1 "nlwuvs taken ihe American p Int of view," Count von RaaaBToarr ezpreaaed un IBaUfled approval of tbe editorli policy of I uir I'lnii. deaXTlhlUg II as "always malDtalnlug aii American at Htode and showing true Amertcan ijilrit" while lighting for tnilh. Apparently tbe Ambassador's nd-' miration of Mr. Mari i s BBACM'a en lenvors to preaerve tbe true American spirit In tbe boarta i f tbe bypbenuted Mpatriuta who read Fair l'lni hud trannedi during tbe vernal areatberj lielwtsn (be middle of March and tbe einl of May. Into an Irresistible Im I pulse t'i forward to Mr. BaauR'a e tabUabmeni a teatlmonial of eateeui I nnd gratitude in Ihe Bflape of a check for 10,000. Ii !s a rare and beautiful example of sentiment In dlplolUUCy, I of poraonal detacbmeul from the or- dliiniliy rigid, politic BUd aelllsh at titude of tbe Kuibnaay, It Is enough ID cauae IIikman RiODEB to shed tears- of Joy. We cannot puraue tibia subject, how e'er. wltboul noting the singular clr- cwnetance tbal while compliments and cash were 11. .wing like champagne table and early rollitpae of the Teu from Ambaaaador von RKaaaToarr to tonic campaign on ail fronts it isn't ftBAi'M of fair Play, it was the loan neceaaary to touch upon tbe Russian felicitous lot of ViEggcg of Father I casualties set forth, 1 auae I'etro- IdiKf to be a .supplicant for PMilll asaafl ,as had nothing 10 My abOUl tames. A month after Mariis hi 1 j the matter for puhllcitlou. presumably ciisneu tne good auiims sudor's $.",.ikhi check on KriiN, Isra ft do., OgOHOg syimsur was writing to his peculiar Mssrenas the Hen Doktor a i m n i : "As i hnve alreul) pecelved 330 iiiis mouth I encUiae i Btiiteiiieut for II .fast for June, V. I JN'll pleased. K this and I shall tbell I end my sw-rotary for ihe rash? I inn sending this letter liy boy. as foi obvious re is- ns i ,,, ,, ; , t,, go through the mulls." In this .-use. lis Mr KVABTa Would hale put it. l was the water thai Mowed like cbaui pagne, The unfortunate Vitiaccg wa not only ei Uial1ed to undergo the hu mating routine of memorandum and iiiidit and delay mil reminder, but also to avoid tin- I'ultetl Ktntea malls "fur obvious reasons" -f caution and to confide his ucute laYctiulnry pg pectatlona to an unaynipathetli' mil perbap sardonic otflce Uiy And yet we venture to declare thai Maui i s Hum s never went Jia If sn fur as OtlOBOE HVLVENTU VlggECH in shjoct Identification of himself with iftie tmiier'nl promoterg and patron-' of the propaganda. Viebece sold in his impel- yeaterday that be could fin i ntltherin the Worli't revelations nor lu h'.s own memory "anything Ineoni i PjRIbla with lUy integrity as a publl- -. iiij lujrany as an American citizen.- According to one of tlie dta-umat.ta, printed in facslmllo by t the World on August 17 th1e American1 cltlten wis writing ns fW.owa on July 1. 101(5. tr the excellent Herr Doktor Albert : "I think It I s very food thtTsjr for us to hsve nttral publishers Uke Fixk Waonai.ls to publlah book for we during th war "It la to build however, not necessary for tut up a new publiehln house fori pro-tlerman llteralur. .-is such a PubHahlng house ! already In exiatenc In the FathtrlanA." 1 We? Are these the isrsonal PMINI fhMt would prx'eel nntu-l rally from the pen of lOjrrtl AWtH- -an rtttaMB aiWUlBg the efforts f Hie (.eruiini (Joveriimeivt throiitjh Am naaniiKar iihmori a in araamaivu anil llerr Iinlptor Albfrt In New York to intliit'iire Amenloitn opinion mil ronsollchiic Ulimtrtot siMitliiient tlirntiKU the American iiresa? It looks very much 11a If the efforts of the llerr I Motor and I'rlvy OoUD CillOf to keep OCOMI SYI.Vr.MTER VlE rkk's eivtliuslnsai at rennshle iloLTee of caloric n lid to preserve In his lllernry product nt leaK the MM1 hi 11 nee tf the Anieritiin point of view, the Ainerlcnn ettltude nnd the trii Aiiiorinui spirit were much less sue MMful than those of the AMbMHtfOF in the case of Mari rs Mrai'N. OoMMIMMl" If the words nnd deeds of these two blpalrlot Journalists telllnv the chnraoter of your find, nnd should ever hnve to lie Judged In that I thnt wns desrrrhed tir n ftrrelgner stonier farMlcHoB which In thlsi who wns nRketl If pitherlng mush country tilrtnlns only In n stnte of war! rooms was not risky: tt seems Hkely rlii t URBMI SYi vtsrrR and iPt MAMCvl would ln the Id i(rlot whose lus-k was nearer to jeoardy. Ami yet It wns Marci s nnd Dot QmN Syivistfr who PKOlVOd the $0.1X10 check frtrui OOtM von Hihns tori p. the Ambassador The War Losses Loosely F.ttlmated A list of killed. WOUOdod nnd prls oncra on Udh aidt-s in the great war. which is said to have lieen reported to the Freish Senntc. Is obviously not "oBlclal'' as st.itod. nnd there lire reasons to boiitro that It is deMbOf ately padded. The Hal Is not ottehll, beeanae the OoTerMnenr'a pottey is one of retlconce nboot its loaoea, and it total of 490,000 French killed in action or ditsl of woiimes 1s given Anil these flL'iires c.itinot la- riirlit bp (Tiuse the Prltish dead are declared Brianm wad Ootooai OOUW Donop, to to be 180,000, and in Pnrlla t i,o1y nothing of the fonnldable BrltJat the other day Mr. Asoi ith unisniiu e-1 f "'",','s mntr OBANT and Sir Hi nrt that the Hrilish killed In MttOfl Of l MU"v f.i'-ed iiml fought them and dead of wtiunds were 01.3S4 up to 1 died nobly In his tracks. July I'll. Including 7,li3 cssualtles In I Wo get only flitting mid far too few the DanH service. I glimpoea KaroUgb the smoke und up- Rbonld the prime Minister's formal roar of the Revolutionary batiietiei is statement no) be convincing, H leap "f nbe American private soldier in parent tbal if the BrlUlab, alo In that owpqual struggle. Rrerawortby Prance aredeferMlIng a comparatively I figure, often rising to heroic stature short Hue of Intreuehmeiirs and are na he certainly did on that ti ni waging the Dardanelles cnmpnlgti not; Island field so near to n century ami alone but with French cooperation, a half ago. It waa a bitter flgbt, and have casualties of 01000 dead, the French total ehonlrt lie very much greater than M0,000, When we come to the wounded we tin I that the ratio to killed Is considerably less than two to one. The total for the wounded of the Triple Rntente allies Is said to bo 2X80,000, while Ihe sum of the klll.sl la put ai 1.730,000, or only BBO.OOfl leaa kllleJ than wotmded. The com paratire flgurea carry their own refu tation. As fo the total of 100000 Turks killed, that Is wild conjecture, Reoauae the Anglo-Fr b tt ; r gen orally have taken the onVnalve in tbe DardaneJIea campaign, they ihouM have lost more heavily, and tlie lat ent liondon Iml let in gives the iir'.tish caaualtlea of nil kinds, killed, wound ed and Blleeitag, as nli. iiit 0,000, Turning t.i the i..se auatalned by Ihe Tent nlc allies and Turkey ill the war this "oflktnl" to the French Renal more suspicion, for the killed reach the stupendous figure of 3,360,000; the Wounded singularly are only it little higher, 3.8S5.O0O: while tlp "missing'' or prisoners tu tbe hands Of the enemy are 1,798,000. being actually 660,000 more thau the miss ing of the Triple KutPtite allies, ex clusive of rhe Italians an I KerhlnUR, Thus n grand total of 9.OSO.00O casualties for the Germane, Aua would do u honor. " trlana and Tivrks Is aehieie t, or w.-'l Courageous and Chlvslroue, eia-b nn to twice the losses of the French, i waa the American sol.lier of the Rev British nnl Belgians, which are aatl- olntton; smli la the American soldier inute.1 at fi.46.1,000. Th mnara of today, We nesi and are going to tlve totals, if on sK'iiklng terms with , haw many more of bhsi. "What Is necuraey, would impteild ili- lue1-!g, f,,r 1.2IHI Amoeteataa al Plaits- M)ologlatK. Muabronm gntherlug see (he hardest thing lu tlie w which to get up even a in of enthusiasm. Men BAVI . be over r; id degree crawled f orchids ml :' tin- few per- i.i w iik ' through jungles in search i ' mid rhey have gone tn the i world for n rare plant, but I aona will hike the troulde ' out lino their back yard an a muabroi m There is w here we lire all mistaken, say the members of the M. glcili 'I'll that has Ihs-ii holding lis feasts and meetings in Boston, P peaches , were made. In the Intervals of ,IN cumriona as to which wen- the iaiis..u ous or n. ni j - il son. i ii s species, alsiut what a wnderfri root Piins-i an an,i hew the poor things have been neg lected, stepped upon mill sat upon by the American public Most people think Unit mushrooms with good beef steak i r sons cloche me nulla pala tnbll tini that Is not enough, wu must either raise your own or col let't them lu the forests or fields. Our kind, benevolent !n eminent bus even taken a hand in Ihe mat ter: entreats yell to open your l-car and mouth to die maligned mushroom and has Just l-asiiel a Volume UlRHi the g'Hsl ami bad and what- nan u ... . . .Morgantown and o her frh o towns should H. with both. DWtUegg nearjana at each plooe, "people deajlar. it th Ccntrnl Park mm hove otwrrM , a little old man with a twrnket on hla firm who would exnmlne trie irrcen Uv-lols of the pork with the gTon ri sit minuteness, then stop. RTiib "P what the oliserver might think from the. look on hla face KM n dluiiMHHl. It Is not. It la "bwtton": anal If MM jive rhe firmer nn opportunity he will talk nn hour nbout It. He la an en thusiast who wnaj converted by (!nv rrmnent literature and he soys that Cent nil Park la the greatest free gar (Mn n ti. fnlted Ststen. I'ertifirai one reason rtlnt (rntheti-rMt auaJlim n not as aruliir as It wight )s pxpinirnad by one of the , xi,utn nt ln4 Mycol.lcnl Club. It w-fl n ,,f n bo of niiishnaniis which a Jitoj-slelan sold had been SOiltCttd h.v I person who dirt ist know his busi ness. "In II were found thirty varie ties of poisonous mushrooms of the nmnnlTn family Frostinnn, Phall.i1 des ami Verosn, the beauty of wick edness.' ns one called Ihem " fis of the memhers remnrked "If a man lind enten them he wotilil most likely hare died wlrhln nn hour." The. advantage of rnttlesiMike hunt ing over iMiHhroom hunting seenrs to be that rou kisw the snake Is i1son oiis. As near rs onn tie made out (here seeurs to le one sure way of "All rlg-ht iinaat every day. Blmehy melKsly die, then we not eat for 11 week." The American Soldier. It win 13l years ago to-day thut Geoenrt Ilnwr. atkl ten thotisuiid I HrllNh trss Invaded Ising Island 1 1nter In August. 1711. New York was wrested from Washington by that defeat n ask kill the inlflinti cooraia of the Amorksan rank and Bio Mdlfv was tested to the utmost nnd nase siiiierhly to the on leal. Outflanked for lack of oavalry BCOtltO, raggnsl. half starvial. al.siml y 111 armed he faced and fought aura hers nearly 11s grvMt ns his owni In two brigades alone COmpOBBd of the very flower of a Ooman nnny ondor ttie skilled couimniid of Qenoral Dr kRIUNOTON luviMi gives a -tlrrlng 1 tNHtnt of its climax. "Hetnmel in betwoen mid Heeatana." he mUoi cans fought desperately. 1 cut down mat trampled the TlrltHh "the Anierl Some were by the civ airy, others bayoneted without mercy bv the Hessians. We give the words of one who mingled n the fight, and whom we have binnl s)sak with h rror of the aangulunry fury wirli which the Ueaalaiia piled the bayonet At length some of the Amerioana cut their way through rhe host of foes and efTVoted a retreat to the lines. Rgbtlng as they asant." Surely Courageous enough In d.-fesit ; and we have other and nn enemy's testimony bo We chivalry in victory, At the surrender of Rueootki atnong the :i.(SS) or more Herman st,,.rs list "aubmltted made prlaonera to our mgged Oonti " Incurs even nonralowaoa Reaatan ofllcer wno has lllumlnatou that historic event In memoir of much iiiue. "Itut I must say to the credit of the enemy's n glniMits." he writes In describing the surrender, "thnt not n man was to ls found therein who as we marched by made even n sign of taunting, insulting exultation, hatred or any other evil feeling: on rhe cou trary rhey seenie.1 us th, nigh tliey 'l.-aiui le Cli iii burg. . V.." says the Clii.ngi TnU- unc, "would be pood for 1,300,000 or nare America las. What Is g-ssl rot- 1,200 for one month would be Is-t-ter for 1,300,000 for one year." That Is the stiitlment whl-h la abroad In t 1h land and which will find MNtcrote aXpresatoA liefere Ihe :.et session of the American CottgrYM is many days old. ti Oeoiogleal Hurvev m its last r- port credits the United Itatea with producing mnre talc and aoapstone frm Which toilet powder la ninde than a" rt""' "f 1110 wrld combined. I72.:'!nt tons being marketed last year. A tremendous amount, but then It takes a lot lo keep all the powder puffs going mretta uaera as wall na drinking " '"' '" n barred from gtata srnploy- ttiei : i Kansas und r -ho mica Dromul- ,,tsd to-day b th. new state Civil gtr- vice commlsalen Toirkn dcaputrh. ,u Kansas Increaalng in goodness or dlac 'aging "file.- holding? To do i tier w i'iiai rem Impossible. i 'i it v ykmans, a surgeon in the l.'llited States naw. who has Just re urne.l from an extended trip through China and .lap in, says that tlie -ase Wltll Which he made Ills way through the Orient was due entirely to his knowledge of Bapemnto, He deolnrea thai it is growing rapidly and win be- , is, in,, tbe great world languag.- per haps the doctor haa not heard of rto, the bniind newjanguoge that was die covered al .Marietta. i its eftiff od . vncnte has been trying it out at i Voungetown, Akr.m. ,st. Olntpavtlle, I .Morgantown and o her fThlo sot, to become the universal lu gtreiar " It la an Id to he 'rlentltlmtly wrought" and can be "painlessly nc- nuired." KYir a land that Is rich tn minerals of all kinds the fnlted States seems to hnve a very poor output of precious or seml-prealotis stones. Alut the best thnt we can do Is to produce plenty of turquoise, and of tills the mines last; ypnr yielded $4 000 more thnn the year before. IHnmorols In the rough were once picked up In Kansas nnd opals nnd ruble in one or tram of the Southern Htatea. but t)he unromarrtlc (JoKnnent experts after an Investigation Informed the pur chasers of the "mines" that they bad been "let In on rather orude'y salted properties." Hut that the prospectors are tnisy In this country may be gath erexl fnwn the recent discovery of tur quoise deposits In Nevada, pink beryl In Maine, sunstone in Arirma and anstmm stone at White Plains, Just north of this city. The hnrd working pnal of Missis sippi think that they have a grievance. One of them expresses It: "The State has 5 Oflu candidates for public offices " Home of these have been running for years; most of them are perpetual candidates. They not only fall to pro. dues IHOO.onn worth of wealth, which at tu worth of wealth a day would be their share, but at the aame time their office seeking costs their fellow ritl T.ens n'Oout $4f,0.000: These enndldatea entail a total loaa then to themaelvea nnd to th Stat of 11,200 000. tiftlca haldtng and office ge--tlno Is the greatet burden tha real pro ducers of wealth In Mississippi hate to bear. Hut let not Mississippi Imagine that she stands alone, other States hnve the aame aad story to tell. THE LONG DISTANCE REC ORD BEATEN. Amstlna Arhloemeut of Senator Mar tins on the ontasalt Betf Links. To thr BMTOa or The Si n Sir: A great and unexpected treat came yes terday to the players on the MontohAlr golf llnka. Lovely Verona I.uk la but a few humlrod yards fr.m a part of thr golf grounds, and the club ie.use is not more than a mile from Verona Lake Park where yesterday the Western Kssex (irange held ita annual picnic. genatOf James K. Martin was the star oratorical at tr.ict;..n and so alluringly he attracts that part.es of golfers purposed to desert the Laser delights of the links to go and lint, n to the Senator; but a Visitor from I 'lain field assured even those aln.ut the clubhouse that the trip was unnecessary. "Remain where you are." this Plalntleld person urg-.sl, "and when I Eive the Srord, listen." Presently the Plain flskler signalled snd, lol those at tbe nineteenth tee raun.mclng atout scores, or on the verunda knitting shirts for Allies, or whatever, were moved as If by the voice of a full throated aeroauphone Senator Jim was Jlminlngl Sweep ing through the nobla fort-at west of the fourteenth te. euatw.ird and up ward through the ce-1ar tiordcred eanyon of the thirteenth fair green earthward across the Incomparable twelfth putting areen, th-nce along the pleasant places toward tbe eleventh green, east again across the eighth and fourth fair greens, past tow. -ring Stymie I atk whose branches trembled in sympathy with the sweet harmony, deflected by th terra. of Ihe eighteenth tee to the club house in Its irresistible is.uree, a rush of rhapsodic mel.aly. cnune the voice of the Senator extolling th glorlea of tin- Flag and the Farmer, a mile away 1 "Qoah!" xr!almed a golfer, soul ravished by the Illimitable preelous ness of the music. "iosh, as a long distance sound driver hs'a some Travers' What?" O. K. Ootrt'L. Vkkona, X. J, August II, THE FLYING COCKROACH. New orb. Behind Texas In IMroTer Ing These l ittle AnlinuK To Tin: BMTOa OP 'I'm gUN Sir H..s Leigh W ilson etalm that the two dimen sional eockroach has just rawebed Phila delphia lo be discovered by him. or that he has Just te ched thsfO to h dlSOOV sred by it, the sild t. d having bean there all the time? if the latter. Is It his paint that Philadelphia, therefore, is not behind Mow Y ork ' Aa a mutter of fact, there la nothing new in this ability of the eockraaaih t tly at o rtaln seasons of his year nr in San Antonio, where they sometimes frow almost as large as on a South American atmsnahip line, it is not an un oomnvon sight In the spring t-- ae them having paces, eom. times f r dlatan. .-, aometimea for altitude Old settlers say Texas always had thing cockroaches. And truly there ai stranger thlnas here than nyll g OOCkro ichea I 'l-l t'nele Jlmmle Forli.-.s, when lie arrived hei last winter, marly faint. -J ,t the sight of a slg- In the hotel elevator an nounclng h "the tanaanl" And when he dlocovspsd that p-ple sonia times dresead for dinner he sent for another trunk and pertnonently ahandoned th negligee clothi s he had selected aa At ting for the wild, wil.l s luthwest. Flying eoekroaohesl Pooht San ANTONIO, August ;m J F. D. Referred to Miss RettOp'S Kdltorlal Improvement Society, T'i Ttta Borroa op Tun Hun gp.- 1 was picas, .i to .. BraesaAsd recently in your editorial columns the - anus i oa rtaln gentls scribes whose llterar) activities centre In the ufllce of the i'tlca sferaldaUeagafek. An admltt.-di;. unK'eraat weakness will, ii prompts many p.-ople to ssek sratlflcstion in getting their names n in-int bus result. -i tn vour helping these gentlemen with neatn'.ss and despatch to attain their obje, t. An a. I. lid Incentive to them in their enterprlso. must have been of course their living thus placed in line for re eiving further lustre from tha softer glow of the Boston gpeatag rroascrlpt, or. aa you so delicately and gracefully descrtbs that vanerabls bin-.stocking, lie reiined old kleptomaniac in the black bombaalns dress " May we hops aid trust that this ex- parlancs, through the purifying heat In nldenl to the effu isnce in wntch these aspiring muis have been bathed, win in their case too as in the case of 'th. refined aid kiotnomanlac," bring about a much to be J.anc.l reformation T Bmii.b I'ickhabdt. IBUNOTONi Mass. August 10, Ureal 'ea Kraes ihe i aautaagaa tlreall. To Till gPITol "l 'I'm: Sis s.r Ar eording ! ih see proaraniras "f shi CbsutsuQUS msaagara Professor Pursllo's fiaai ura 'u s-i on eith r-ar trlsad W J Bryan, Uader ttiaaa irrliatlaa sondltlona ona'a lnwisiliath.il visualises IhS frequent laterruplions In the continuity of verbal HP - ' W. I. H. V. t eat -a. Man., August 31. THE LOST AMERICAN MER CHANT MARINE. Senator (Jalllnger Arraigns the llerno rratlr Tarty and AerreUry MrAdiio. To tub KiUTon or Thr 81. N- Sir i That zeal for the creation of an American merchant marine now being displayed by certain Democratic leaders comes tOO late. It has too much suggestion Of deathbed rejientanre about It. Where was the Democratic party when the fight was being made lii Congress during the past ten years for our own stenmshlp linea to South America, Australasia and the Orient'.' The pages of the Coaorcaaioniil ROOTa1 show the Democracy In Senate and House aligned In almost solid, stub born opposition. A few courageous Democrats did attempt to put patriot ism above party, but moat erf n,m were quickly cowed by the parly whli On one occasion, after a ahlpping tall had passed the Senate and with amendments which the Senate would haVS concurred :n had also pnsssd the House It area nilbustered to death in the Senate I'hnmber, under the lead ership of the late Senator Cur mack of Tennessee, with the enthusiast to ap proval of nearly all of his Democratic colleagues. Hut for that Democratic filibuster, the sole beneficiaries of which were tlie European steamship combinations thai shortly after were under Investi gation by a Democratic House com mittee and prosecution by the Federal courts, there Would now be first class American steamship aervici-a to Bra zil. Argentina. Chile lltlil l-er-ii uti.l European maritime monopoly would i have lost its power to strnngl th commerce of the American people, In the crisis of that contest between American interests and Kuropean in terests it waa tlie party of President Wilson, of Secretary MoAdOO. of the 'late Senator Cannock, that save the victory to Europe, The present Secretary of the Treas I ury waa not at that time conspicuous j in our national public life, but he j ought not to be unaware of recent I '(-mocratlc hlatory. Not only did the ' Democratic party aa a whole In f'on .gress fight with true Bourbon fatuity every remed.ul shipping measure pro poses! by the ICeputdlcana, but even ! when the Democratic national plat form on which President Wilson was elected in 1912 declared for a return to the "constitutional regulation" of preferential duties and this policy of tin- fathers of the republic was actu ally embodied in tlie Democratic lur.ff law of 1D13 that platform pledge was luokin and the legislation nullified by live Hive direction, on the command of Secretory McAdoa himself, at the first sign of displeasure from Kuro pean Governments, j In view of tils own party's record of hostility out of power und of impo tence in power It scarcely behooves tic piescnt Stcretary of the Treasury to accuse the Republicans of responsi bility for the deplorable weakness of lour merchant murine. We at least 'made vigorous and persistent efforts lo save the situation, and were baffled in small part by the defection of a few middle Western men of our own 1 party, but in chief part tiy a blind Democratic opposition from North. South. Kast and West al.ke. Now the Democratic Administration. iwlth this black party retord behind It. again proposes the uuack nostrum of I Government ownership in n desperate effort to escape tlie OOMOOjUOnoea ol Its own crass blundering Secretary ili Adisj the other day in a letter to a Southern commercial organisation declared that "We cannot afford to enter upon til scandalous policy of subsidising private corporations and individuals ." Mr. lieAdOO expressed B similar view some months ago m advocating his Government ownerahlp scheme at the annual meeting in I Washington of the chamber of Com merce of tbe tuned states There upon tins great national chamber In- I etituted a referendum among the lovai boards of trade and chambers of com mores of the entire country, with the Illuminating result that the boards nd chambers of the Democratic South. Mr. McAdoo's own section. ; voted more than So per cent, against Qovertunent ownerehlp and !' per ' cent. In fav ir of SUbaldtse. Verily is this prophet without honor among his own people. i a subsidy has been sought by Re publicans for two purposes lirst, to offset foreign subsidies, as on ma.l Knee I second, lo offset lower foreign wages atid standards of living. .Mr. SdcAdoo'a own Qovertunent ownership scheme calls for a corporation with S0, ,000 of Federal money to buy or charter ships and 110,000,000 more as capital to operate them. Though Mr. McAdoo muy not realize it, ihis is a subsidy and nothing else. Tin American ships of thla Government corporation, meeting foreign ships op erated at less cost because of foreign .subsidies or low Wages, or of both combined, Will Inevitably be operated at a loss. Which at tlie end of the year Will be made up out of the national Treasury- Tims theae Qovernmeni owned American ships al leant will be subsidised in fact it' not in form Tliey wilt be encouraged and assisted by tin- Government, while private t wned American ships will not be. Here is arrant discrimination, "scan dalous'' favoritism. Ths McAdoo bill provides that II per cent, of tin- stock in this Government shipping corpora tion shall be I. el. I b) the United States, "and tin- remainder thereof shall be offered for public subscription." Port) - nine per cent, of the value of these Government subsidized stops may. therefore, be owned by capitalists, per haps by German American bankers vi tally interested in the success ot the Hamburg-American afld North German Lloyd steamship oompnnioa These I capitalists would be recipients of 49 per c. nt. of any dividends that might accrue from tin- operation of Govern ment owned steamship services lu other words, tlie McAdoo plan would provide a subsidy for tile favored cap Itallata who were stockholders in the Government corporation, and for no- I body else. The Republican plan, on the other hand, whloh the Democratic Honatora ,.nd Representatives defeated, provided Inn amendment to tin- existim,- ocean mall law of lit) so increasing the compensation on routes where no American ships run that there might be swift and regular postal, pusaengel end freight communication on theae routes, particularly to South America , Fixed contracts lor these services 'would be awarded, as under existing law. 10 tin- lowest responsible bidder who offered "the highest running Speed" and built ships in the United StulcH on danisms approved by the 'Secretary of tlie Navy for nilXlllar) 'naval services In other words, till ' Republican subsidy is 110 gratuity in graft, but distinct payment foi special service rendered. 1 m re is no possi ble favoritism In such a plan aa that, no possible dlscrltrunai Ion. anv more than when the C.overnment awards a I com 1 act for buildings or supplies or I materials to the responsible bidder I who will furnish them at the lowest cost. Another form of Republican subsidy, to non-mall carrying cargo ehips. con templates the payment to all American I vessels tn Hie foreign trade of an an nual amount sultlcient to eiuallze their wage and operating costs with those of similar nnd competing ships of foreign nationality. There is no discrimination or favoritism in this case either, for ttie subsidy would In laid lo all American owners of Ameri can vessels suitable for transport 01 supply service In case of war and held ready for t he call of the Government. That encouragement Is open ullke to all American cltlxns. not to the for tunate stockholders of a single com pany. The Republican plan would create ten ships where the McAdoo Demo cratic plan would furnish one. The Republican plan would give an equal opportunity to all Americans who wish to l-e ocean ahlpOWUOrOi tlie Democratic plan would subsidize a sin gle favored corporation nnd leave all other American ships In overseas trade at the mercy of foreign competition. It is Secretary McAdoo's own scheme that is a "Scandalous" example of spe cial privilege fated to tnei t again as It met last winter and spring the overwhelming condemnation of the press and people of the country. .1. II GALUNagR, Con-onn. N H . August 21. THE PRUSSIAN SIDEWALK. An American Blffl Experience of ( nrbstone Mrhn-rklU-likelt. To Tin: Kmto OP Tuts Si s -Sir. 1 f.s-1 . onstrai ed to r. p. to the astound Itsj letter addrese.! lo you by Willi. m Kottman and printed on August 11 The writer indig-vi'itiy den as tn.- statements made by the QUI I esgondsnt Signing him self "Ancmi Wright" concerning Ihe rude treatment to which be and Ins frlcnda were subjected In tbrmany, ami ha stiit ee uho.uivo aUy thai SUch ac cusations are wholly without foundation, beltie: In fact gr-aas calami... invented for t.ho sole purpose of insulting and libelling tin- Sous of the Fatherland. Judging fr m his name. 1 infer thst William Kottman i himself a native of liermitiy, eonetsiut-ntly In common with his brethren hu Is lntbutsl w.th the DSUtBObland uoher allea aplrit to th ex clusion of everything else. He f.otba at th mouth at tii mere Idea of anybody daring tu aacs-rt that the Hermans us a nation are ill nuinnrred. "Y.-ui writer." he Aepcely remarks, referring to "Ajrani Wright." "siy they left Oer many because they were tired of being elbowed on the eidewalk by uirior iur men In uniforms and Upturned mustaches. I OOUbl that It ver happened Did 'Amml Wright' ver see 111 Hal you ever ItT Does he, or you, know -if any one who ever saw it ! I doubt it." Permit me to say In replv thvit during my own residence In OernuMiy a-mu-wars aiici I laot only a.w the sort el thing fix o,uently but have myself 01 more tlvan one occasion been th obde It nf tn distir gulehe 1 eons ids ration meted nut to the foreign pSSSsrs-by by the OoPmon oftkara. 1 waa at that time a young girl and In the habit -f tak ng a daily walk down th Prefer etnas, th principal street of Dresden, and It was no unt-oimiKai CCOWPSni to be ap proa. heel from behind by ,m nffWr. or a group of efheers. roughly ec . d by the should, ra and calmly deposited In the auuer. that the "Hocbwohlgeborens" might have more apace or. the rather to net riot ad gldraralk for their personal convenience. Conversation waa nvr interrupted aa the;, dashed victoriously along the thoroughfare, I or my girl companion wars casually thrust aside a might have been any other object thut ln.ped.-d their progress ant rel'-gateci to the middle Of th- street or the gut ter, without so much aa a hastily mat tered "ell is, hu 1-1 ; gen." -Ii one oocH.-l-e. I ra . - 1. . t !t waa hand of blUS un' daeh ng and clank behind US, and aa of thm, scpyins even ..:.-. A ga form .1 i fhlone corns lag d wn the atr.-1 they drew near one my two long braids f liar, whip!"-'! out a pair - f a say "Jack Re ssora and before I could knsonf1 snipped off th lids of my pigtails, with their attached bow .f blue ribbon, and consigned them to ins pot hot, marching on to the accom paniment of a h.l.in-'ua outburst from tils companions, who, in Common with hlmeelf, evidently regarded Una net of brut.. t oa a hit of eXQUiettO humor. I went home that da In t.arn. end ever afterward in mv wh!W abroad when 1 happened t-- hear --th.-. rs approaching in the rear I hurriedly took the mi Mo tive "f Stepping off the ai.i.-uaik Into tha gutter beforehand. Inflnttelj preterntig to go there of my own fie will and ao j cord pother than be agnombaousiy landed in ths mud by a superior force Mr Kottman will kil.dly ..! ere thst t am wru ng this "r my own sig nature and not what tie is pleased to I call a "cowardly now ds plume." I I am not therefore to 1-- elsossd with. I those whom rr. Johnson hated, I wi : 1 merely add thai during my rsoidenoe in Herniary 1 gradually came to regard : had manners and uncouth behavior gen orally oa s tna thing one hia to epst .and endure wrthoui elthei aetoiHOhment 1 or resentment. Simple plnae of the , national tempsramenl that d.n-a not (con cern it. If w.th the rights and pHVtlSfjea of others, and IgnOTSg ths or-ltiai. i courtesies of life winch m civilised com munities are supposed to prevail Marttalse I'LAg. i.anz,. Wabhinoti Hi l. '. August II, Harold Frederick's Plug Hat In Berlin To Till la H of Till' gUN Sir. More ol Ths si n have : cpp.-1 is' letter 10 r- nd to at vea than anything that sis-d in years. pis.pl.' r "Amml Wrli friends and i ou have put A. it Carman quotes J U Btoddsrd regard. ng the l'ru:.iu Officers, hut 1 I th p i p.-rs of a few years ago ft'S read thai Harold Frederick, a fa 'nous Amen. , can newepopei oorreepondent, while in a cat.' tu Berlin, hung up n.s plug hat i on a hut and coat Stand near h e table, an. I a proud (they BPS all proud, and M old to be pl'olld) il-c'lluin la-tltt'liant brushed post and knocked the plus '' on the floor, look.. I at It and went 1111 an t -at down With his frlenda Harold Frederick g-u up. aralkeJ slowly over to th g.-iti ofllcer snj said to him "Pick 1 1 1 a that hat !" The German ofllcer looked at him blankly Again Mr, Frederick said "t ick up that hat '" The llerman ufflrer tneke.l Int.. M Kr.'d rick's ayes and h- picked up Har old Frederick's hal it. 1.. Htkvsni n'iw- Voaa. August II August Taeaty-sseead. 1..111S Island's lavodedi Tha foemen ara l..ra- Tan thoussnd ara forelng oar guards 1 1 1 ths rear! Th.- r mar a rHit:ea' what igvteri ha- a a To drive :io- Invadeie bie-k ints the .? ' W'lici srtc lli it thea w.r.1a ii re mar ll Hon, .lien ara.oa, II. c, I t.-lt'-r 1" k up th avaro- ,.f raasl reel . Ha' .1 tn, 1 they war uttered en this van day. Ant al-c he'M flnt there waa .-uusa far .llama). 0 rt K Tlrpltsltude. Count that dSI lest nhn-.- lam Siplrlni breath Ms raarchast ship -a sunk sitn neutrola sent tj clcjih A D VICE TO HYPHENATES. I'rom a Patriotic Amerlran ritlten of foreign lllrth. To ths Kiiitiir or Tna Pi.-M Sir: "And the Lord said unto .'iideon, The people that are with thee are too many for me to give the MIdlanltes Into their hands a a Now therefore go to. proclaim In the ears of the people, saying, whosoever is fearful and Ofrold, let him return and depnrt early from Mount Ollcad. And then returned of the people twenty and two thousand; nnd there remained ten thousand." (Judges. vli 2. 8.) The revelations of tin- World should lie nn eye opener Indeed for all who have pyea to see and lire willing lo use theffl for the double purpose of In tuition and of counting; noses. Kvery hyphenated Herman and Teutonic or Magyar Austro-H-iugariun, every non r. Ituraltgsd foreigner resident In this country, must by this lime clearly know which way he la ready to answer should Uncle Sam ask him the fofflOUg question of JoOhua: "Art thou for us. or for our adversaries?" I think now that the Arabic case has brought us again close to the brink of the precipice in which ths peace of this continent might be en gulfed without a minute's warning; the lino- has ome for President Wilson, in a solemn proclamation, M a very use ful preliminary to the eventual celling; to arms of the American people, lo apply ttie QldCOD procedure to the present situation. I have not the slight eat doubt that at least TI per cent, of our naturalized Teutons and Hun garians In swearing allegiance to their new fatherland meant to live up to their oath, n d dreaming then that their countrhs could ever come Into s.-rloiis conflict with t'nele Sam. Det us. then, give to those who have changed thi ir minds the opportunity to take laick their signatures, but woe to hlin who after the month of grnce should In word or dd etlll show his hostility to this country' 1 traitor he will be and as such he ought to t treated by law and public opln 1 cn A list of proscription containing the nnmea and addresses of the hidden and open enemies of the I'nitcd States ought to ls dally published In all the newspapers; that Is the safest ana quit Ue.-t way to get rid of the vermin Infecting at present our political and social life. Secretary Iinlng I am sure, will be happy to estat-l h a special bureau, printing passports by th.- thousands for those Hermans and Austrlans whv feel no i'-nger at their ease In our at mosphere. UNHTPHUNATin FslBNC or UNCIJ Sam NCW YultK, August 10. tVIInn and the "Herman" -Tote lte arkable t lanalthnesi in st. i.onis la the Hermun ll)phrn l.olnr to Boycott Its American Member.' From tha BasMlsgfea Ft mmg Stir. Bumming up political conditions aa I found them In St. Louis and Kansas , city I should aay they ar largely th saui aa In th East. That Is to say. dependent in great masur upon the duration of the Buropean war and this country's continued disentanglement from that debacle. i In the present Situation with the coun try, except one element of the popula tion, standing solidly back of President Wilson, politicians are adrift and lbs ; Channel buoys are missing. The Presi dent has all the best of It. In St Louis I found a very Interesting politic al situation, the' crux of which Is ths attituds of the Germ en-Americans, with side issues relating to prohibition and nat.c-nal preparedness in that city 70 per cent of the population Is Qefman ' eatractlon. and feeling runs high on the question of shipments of muni-cons to the Allies Intense bitterness Is mantfestsd toward Pres. dent Wilson, and 1..- is held esspon- . sihi by them for continuance of th traffic. Hut. more than that. Hi Star's correspondent was told by Impartial and I unbiased residents 111 position to ob- serve, that tin- feeling is extending to , native born Amerlcal s. and Is being shown In business and social life by a spirt of tierman clannisbness How I ever, tin- latter phase is of local inter est, and need only be referred to in : passing. The political slgnlflean'-e Is Important In this way: the del-man element is car- ' lain to oppose President Wilson In the next national campaign Hut the Oof- I mans ha St. Lou: ar Republicans, any- how. st Louie is a K- pubiic mi strong I I1.1I.I, made so by ths Qertnan vote. So President Wilson will not lose very much. The point Is this (und here Is where the stgniucnnoe com. in) : Tin- Oermen Amerlcan'a purpose to make a political issu out of Ihe President's attitude is serving to anger the American element, and Republicans are saying that if the German-Americans raise the issue on the Administration's policy they win support the President regardless of politics I may add that this condition is not confined to Missouri. Ths s-ur'a corre spondent heard the same thing tn New York, New Jersey and p. iinsvlvac a, and heard It from itepubllcana of life long fealty to their party. My observations and inqulrtss in the course of extensive travelling In the past three months lend me to the 1 onclus on that this Is the most Important phase of political conditions In tins country to day, namely, ih.it the in. reaalng bitter ness of tin- German -Americans toward tin- President on account of bis notes to Qermany and ins refusal to violate neu trality by advocating tin- prohibition of muntttoi s shipments is un asset f in calculable value to tlie Democratic party ami seriously menaces Republican au tonomy it must b- remembered that w.st of the ill i.i River party line are rather shadowy t best. Th days of rock ribbed Republicanism and pemocrucj are past. Men ar.- I ining more 11 dl pendent In politics, especially In th s bounding w. st Republican leaders aid party mana gers realise that th Qerman-Atnerlcai s are playing directly Into the h ind of President Wilson and. through him, tic Democratic parti", because, w 1. . not adding to ttie Republican strength In opposing hlin, since they nr.' Republl c ens already) they are turn:' g g..o.t Re publicans over to support of Ho- Presi dent fhs condition is .1 sour f grave ronoern lo tn-' Republican man- ng. rs Where Ihe Ofdrers Fight. To rua EoiToa or Thb bun An eapVanattni w.,a heard n ei tiy, given bv sn Intelligent m in. u to a-hi the gr.n drlvs proiniaed by tin- Allies in the stirlng did 1: 1 and has not yet taken j place it m.c this : in addition t" the look of gun and ammunition the e : a vvoful ehortnge of officeri in th.- French and Rnglish sr ! inies The causa of this is the Iffert :.t method pursind from that of the ler- n ans. Tin- French and kinslish ntfl .. lead their man in the attack, whereas tie German olllcera drive their sol 1 la-', ire them like a ieen, shooting tham from behind If Ihej ,1 . advance ati nt. t-ie off! tonssuently there ha- u. p: .- .-.lent. c loss of life OOP .a rs ot t he Alltea. Can this be so and Is it true that the '01 on soldiers are working under u-h a reveres fifty-fifty eentraotf Nkw VoBk, Auguat i, 0. f, K SUFFRAGISTS PLAN PARADE OF 25,000 Will Takf Plnc-p Oct. :) nnd Is Btptfltcd If) Hp Blffirr-si of Its Kind, A I.I, TO CARRY IM A Y s New York city la lo have 1 grnt suffrage parade Once n . I- for , the women of the State win thi ti ,r : fall to win it -on November 1 Fit .v... I nue will be enlivened With bai hers , .1 tlWasporencles, ones more u w .1 . 0 to the tramping fee of thou ' women who are demanding equal i ghts ! at tin- polls it ti men, Mrs Norman la H WhttehOUav He I ganeral behind tbe undertaking, , i urday afternoon. October II, j. - t(n daya before the suffrage amendnn . a lo the voters. Is the dale The five, "yellow rallies'' whic h Ihe simp : HUMS campaign committee litis anno n , -0 lake place lu S, pieinb.T nr. men :o Wliet tbe appetite of the publl. f r I ra suffrage marches and to hardei 'I i and enthuse the souls of the ;r glata for Hi tug wall.. The letter U is tbe sign and sytnbtl of this parade. It la to be th II (fast, th Hst. the Bonner parade of n la the history of the light for w men - ,f. frsge. Th word banner Is us-l ,-i a, doui-l sns, for not only Is it t I t',s flnst vr. It Is to blossom with p.-n-nOJIta and flags. Bvery one of ths ." " " women who are expected to b" In line will carry a pennant, making the suffrage slogan flutter from al I Above thla river of color yellow foe the Woman Suffrage party, pal. t , i a.,a while and yellow fur th.- Empire state campaign committee, purple, wl it .end green for the Woman's Political I'mon will appear the larger banners snd the hug trnnsparenc.es. All the local suffrage org anirnt ona are Joining with the Empire State '.im paign committee, which will dire t ihe demonstration, an-i their reprsnta Uvea make up the parade committee. I'craonn! of Com ni 1 1 1 . Here Is the personnel of ti com mittee ns far as penned, under Mrs. Norman Da R, Whltohouae's chsirmos ship : Mrs I'arrl Chapman Catt. president of th International Women s -iiTr.ige Alliance und liad of tlie Bmp re gtstl camps an ronunlttee ; Mr Kayi a Brown, preeldent of the New York State Woman Suffrage Association; Miss Mary itarrett May. city chalrmsa Woman Suffrage patty : Mra J unaa Iv-c LstdlaW, Manhattan borough chair man of th party! Mr. 11 Edward Dpelefi Brooklyn borough chairman of the party . .Mrs. Will. am Wlleoa. It h- mond borough chs rman of me purty. Mrs. Henrietta Bpeke-Buley, I ronx bor.-ngb chairman of the party; Mrs Alfred J. Bno, Queens borough chntp man of the party. Mrs Howard Mans fleld. president of tbe Equal Franchise Society. Mrs. Charles L Tiffany, presi dent of th Colb-g.ate Bqual S III a I ague. James Lees Leldlaw, pr-.- e of th M. n s League for Worn n . .f frage ; Mrs. Harriot itanl II It president of ttie W on Pol ttcul Union ; Mrs. O. II. 1'. V- ' pre dent of the Political Bqu A Hon, and the following memben "f 11 publicity council of the Bn 1 re s-..-campaign committeei Mr- John u Aleaander, Mi.- Alice Morgai v. r k and Mis- 111. nor Hrns Miss Byrne Is chairman of f'' sul committee on banners and tr end. Miss Wright of that on e ', ttonal groups. Mrs Alexander of t - . on decoration, and Mrs Mai that nn music. lireat stress Is to h. lad In 'he ps-aJ on the lnlrr.ational-sm -f - .- -for th franchise Th nre? bunnei n lin will h the huge one of t'i Inter national Woman Suffrage Alllsnci Ing the Inscription "Woman sjuffrsgi World Movement." and directly in fro of It will marc h Mrs Catt, the '.n-ern ttonal president, ether banners w 11 po out that "the sun never sets on th light for woman suffrage." and that womei have full suffrage now In elevei Amert si ctmmo!iwea!ths and in us for. .g-. --our-tries. Tills section will Ita '.'j !. .1 '-pr-ay procession" of the tw. :.".- v - it rep-ented in the all ance. hut no n tlonal colors will tie carried except ' Am-rlca and I'ncle Sa:n Will 1-.1 T1 is women are to wear pur hit. Batat Side lo See Parade. After th "pr-xy procession" will march Pr. Anna Howard t law, ' the executive tsiar 1 of the National I American Woman Suffrage Assoclatl ! The Rmplrs state campaign con-.". will follow, with delegatl ns fr m : other campaign States, Mosss-tdi ISSttl and Pennsylvania. New Jere is si i pected to shine as a suff rage slhcs th question goes to th-- voters t-.'s i tobar it I Next in Una will be Mr Ra: mot Brown, leading the Btate association s-1 then MS Hay, at the P-. I of 'ha Woman Buffrage party whlct - tlon is counted on to fun ish the i umerl- leal strength of "ie pai ide, Th- n w ill mar- h by Assembly they are organised I The Women's Pol ileal r to give the Bast S: Is, whli distr; ilon t h ha c ' r.ev. seen a Ms -lav parade for suffrage treat In the way of a process! it- f ulone. The W P. I' s..t gather on Avenue A. nt a. me t : . I decided and march down that aval i or some other Mast Side thorough! before Joining the main parade one of the features of the Una a be the standard- of the women's ' i that have Indorsed woman iff r They will range ail the ly f m ' ; Internal!' not Counc 1 of Womei , jit 1, 000. 000 members, end the Geni I PeJeratlon --f Women's club. i I 1 1,600,000 women, doom to pttls organisations. Then there will standards of the men's orgai Whloh have spoken f--r the enfl I m-nt of women, th- American K lion of Lab r. the National 1 Irui s granges and local labor unions. Pledges to march sre ready f tures. and men and women me come and afflg their nana'. X headuuartvrs are at itooni - offices of tii.- Umpire Stat.- cat ; committee, lol Fifth avenue JOIN IN ANTI-SITFRAI.! Names of w.-n Koimvu Men ' -1 in siut.. i am pal a a Leaders of th, ailtt-auffrsgc I I who are becomliia more 'n".'' campaign, assert that many iveil UP-gtate men have lo'-:.' I the i I committee --t the Man-atuffraae t I Hon opposed Polllli al Pufi i Women Among ihe names on ihe r nr.- those of Or, Lewis Frnm l F ; lietirv. itrvnvllte M Ingalsbe) o I' ! son Falls, VV " Utlllnmi I ' I F Wadhani of Albai : The autis ha plni rd an .' i i device for showing anti-suffrage ments and Itgure on ' Is Ii tl w .low of li e Halt. ::, .it lies .-f Ihe N lava un Asso.-utiun v-j-p-iss Woman guff: .j.- a IS.'dt I Klehth avenue ! M.s Merger I'hl i f workers In the emint) t' . . t hroughoiil Ihe Htate, said - - ' that sin- b i t obtained m ins - to pledges against His sulfi .g. ., in. -lit She spoke a Cor la- I cla ago The tirooklyn audliar) t. branc h lu I lay ItiJgc at ;. j avenue