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William C. ttelck. lr.n Nassau Strtttl Vtoe-Praardtnl, COward P Mitch lis Nassau street , frtary, u r.. i.uvt.n, III Nu.aaa.ii etrseL Lonion sales, Bfllngbaas lioasa, 1 Aran dr Iteaat, soranil Parin nrfK-s, ftus ! la Ml hodlirt, n Una an .i ...iif Real, i Washington ..m, , Hi bits Hu Una Brooklyn SB, Ml Uvlsei street. tf our frtntt leaf fu-or ! Wlf ttoinu Scripts unj tlfaSlrSflOSI '',r publiCOttoH ICII! to hair rrfrrfrtt arti'Un n tarsal tfy tttttut in ait ut., fuii ftamai or thai jnirjtoM. Man, Mot Uod, on Trial. Oscab S. Siiiai s. Iii a strikinit ad dn ss dellrarod on Sunday morning ui the Mount Morris Baptist t'hureli in Ihls i'liy, said: "1'his most bnrburlc and COloaaul Waf has not put Qoo on trial, but man on trial.'' These words go to the eiy fool of a problem awningly Inaolvabla to many devout minds Mint have found the tragic oonis of ihe past year do slructlve lu their effects upon their former raligloua convictions subver aivs of old faiths, eonduclva lo Rg noatic. even atbelatlcal tandanclea of tkoogbt. The late Profeaaor Cbamb of Bng laud daclarad not long baton the out break of bostllltles In ISnropa lhal in the Old World, if DOt in the New. Corsica had conquered Qalllaa. With- J In Ihe present yi'ar ex President ELIOT I of Harvnrd has asserted Ihat. after i two thousand ye:irs of effort. Chris- j tlanity has failed to accomplleb uin earth its avowed mission. Otbet voices Jn various parts of the world worthy of public utlenlloii h.-iv been raised to the same effect- If, os is argued by Haukkl, the ahiest of contemporary materialism, the physical universe is a godleatt soulless machine, the very existence of which pre ludes tba posalbiUty of u spiritual realm; Is the only medium tftraugh which mankind's aspirations can tin. I a VPUt, then Indeed does man's inhumanity to man, as1 illus trated by tba wanton alangbter of millions of human belngd vritbiQ the tiast tweiveinonth, leave no opening for any ray of liitht or Iion? from re IlglOttS sources. Man has been placed on trial, his blood guilt is aatsbllabad, nnd there is no QOO. Rut wv are be re with confronted by n paradox, The scarlet tragedy that i has overthrown Kuropean civilization has caused .1 hiu ri t uh i awakening In i nil parts of the world. The cataclysm ! ihat should have furnished the ma ' tcrlalists with the most crushing ar- j gnment vouchsafed to tbein In all ih" bloody history of the race baa lutenal 1 thai the religious fervor of mankind to uu unprecedented degree. The modern world is prostrate he fore Its Hilars, offering prayers to the Unknowable, Never before have our churches been crowded, never be fore bava the exponent i of religious teucbiiiLTs found such willing ours, such anxious, eager hearts, What si i have happened togicully If Corsica has really conquered Galilee in the world of to-day has by DO menus takeu place, On the contrary, the materia lisjn that led Profeaaor OBAMI to make his sweeping generalization has been widely replaced of late hy a spiritual qulckenlu?, a renewed conviction on the part of countless thousands that there exists a doinaiu beyond and above the material, a domain necessary to explain the phenomena exhibited by ihe soul of man under the stress of the world's most appalling calamity. K. of K. In the .Near Rait. It has been practically accepted thai Lord Ktii uLMii win be absent from Ixmdon for several months; but in view of the Important services thai he may under through his presence In the Near Baal there seems no reuSOtl to believe that this ubUBnce signifies his retirement from the post lhal be has bald, B'a long stay may make too onerous the duties Imposed upon ether members of the Cnhinol hip) thus force h!s roslgnatian, Thai such a oontingonpy is contemplated is. how ever, doubtful, Me knows Kg')l an I the Klist as few miier BngUsbinan do. n win In winning Egypt i" the Itriiish and re organising its govorumenl tii.it iun most valuable services lo tha emiilrt, Uith military and civil, wore jer formed. Besides, his duties ns com nunder in tbo Mediterranean, a pes: which he bald before fleueral Iam Hamilton, made him familiar with the military possibilities and strategic vflhpj of points that have be le i tally iiiiportnnt alnca Ihe Austro-Uor- tnan army has boon crushing lis way i brou.' i) the Balkans, rue pernn uatcitr, in upon his departure, says pi ililloeilllng Ihat Ki nil ' to assist in i .mi win ha Just in time trtsaporttng troops from Halonlca lo lsypt. "where llie.v o i be more needed." That the Teutonic forces, scarcely yet half way across ihe Hal linn peninsula ami with no ships i their OOBBtttldi cau so soon strike ill the "heart of the British Empire" a, of course, out of the question, in that ihe sucOSW ot Ihe Teutonic drive and the mtatary of nonsUutlnopls and Ita approaches nre great peril i lo the Rrlttsh enatern possessions there Is no doubt. It Is tills Critical situation thnt tins thoroughly nrones i'rt HrJtnln. The reports Indicate thnt heavy recti- foKMMOtt ur already holnp; liimlctl at lalOBlcg and hurriedly nisliod to tlM nld of Serbia. The ilc(iurture of KlTcm nfr may nipnlfy that England is nt Inst really nwiiko to her re apOBslblllty Jn the war and that In railing Into the field where he Is sorely I needed her must cspabla cotntnnndsr i through which it i said she "must At least, with pass to victory. IKrrcOTREa t tba front the Indlea- J ' i ions lire that the war In the.Ralkans will he deanerntely fOOfbl IBd thst the Teutonic advance to Ksypt may he snniewhat delayed. Redfleld, Policeman. Jndae and Ki ecutloner. The MbJolMd paragrnph Is taken from a lcller of bJtgtllKUW simt on September 37 bf the gat mail of com merce to the Supervising Inpertor- Qeneral of the Kleamboel Inapectloti Service Willi relation to the enfon-e ment of tho mtMB't law on the ereat lakes: "Tlie, im-ble.ni which your forca el InspeotOri must tnn durlns Noveiuber ;.! bo t ! . .i t of enfonlnn tba bsw with out, upon the one hand, niapendtng tha traffic or, upon :iia ether, pennittina thetneslvei to i,a t,iiudcd by the Mfn porlalns methods of any who may ih to ao peaaetll rxperc In the poaslble thoitaht tli.it chaiiret la the i.-i.w may be swur, d durlns the eomlMI winter. Both ' then astramea ra to ha rarerully avoided. M It should he understood that the sea men i law trill affect only twentj six days of tiavitatJon en the greal l ikes this year. The Sisretary's let ter coutinuaai "The question may In part resolve Itself li. to ona of good faith, The VS0- I rt owners ha-a had tuinla nofoa suit j u re eblbjnted to do a:i poeeMM tj te I ridy to meet the law fully when it I takes afreet Your lnnpeetore ahoulJ therefore look to all to obey the law Mini. In cuira wiier th,tt Obedlenee may not be complete, iii report the facta, whioa i:i be oonal dared by the Department '.'ii the unrtu'iilar merits of eivh cas mie failure on the nan of e, veaeel tnrnar j to take evory praotieallle tep toward IpraiMaPlilnoaa for CJni'olikK w.th the law win not be conesdorod an r for tic l.uk of eui-h compUanci . Thoae, how ever, who In jjood faith io the utmost Dffactloabte to bv r.ul alii who, wh.en Nw - w tllkel rfr,v.t, r ,lr,v,m, to empty witti it. win Lu Bitren tba eon Islderetioa that the facts amy wan am : when con.-. daring penalties for non-'-oni-! pkanee." t 111 Other Words, this statute is to he enforced uot according to its tortus 'hut according to William C. Rim m IJ's personal opinion of Iho alli ! tilde toward ll of thoSS whose ships jn regulates, He la to Judge wbetber they are acting In good faith) and ,hcther penalties for n on -compliance 'with lis provisions shall be Inflicted, He. and uot the law, Is to decide every question that is rais,sl and ordain every punlabment, I The ship owners of the preat lakes i must be searching their memories to day to reveal any indlsereel remarks concerning ibo Hon, William C. hm IrtcLD they may have uttered. The Maintenance of VTtallt in the Trenches. The endurance "f physical fatigue nnd mental strain by soldiers now living and Qgbtlng in the front lines of i he contending armies la tlie wouder of nil who have given thought lo 'lis subject, A survey ot the metboda par sued iu at least one ot' lie armies may serve as a lesson iu civil life Obobob Adam, n corrospondent Of the London Tinn. who deplcu in vivid colors life beldnd the scenes nt the front, tills us that the average Kng llsh soldier Is belter fad In war tbun j In peace, receiving as a daily ration the following! 'ui and u quarter pounds of fresh meat ami brand, I quarter of n pound of bacon, three I ounces of cheese and sugar, Ave ounces i of vegetables o quarter of n pound of Jam, tWO ounces of butter, some lea, salt, pepper, mustard and n liberal al lowance of tobacco, Mr. An.v.M does not mention tba rum which some persona believe to be : part of the iiiiiisb soldier's laity ration, in view of the meant state menti to the effect thai alcoholics are dally dealt out to all the armies on the western front, and the report cir culated by Jamb Adoaus and Rabjuot Rtanioh Hi vn ii that aVeobollo itlmn lati -n is the basis of soldierly courage In Kurope, Tut Sen Investigated this subject with the fallowing authentic results : In the Urilish army no allowance Of rum is given, except that on tba rec ommendation of the medical officer and at the discretion of tba fleueral command lug half a gill (one-alxty- fourth of a gallon) may he Issued lu uctlve operations in tba Held, Thai this emergency ration is given to sol diers returning trom srauous wore to coiinleract fatigue Is Indicated by I lit fuel thai it is issued on advice of the medical ofllcer, "The French soldier drinks only wMler lit camp or bcr- rai'ks; the uptaiu may, whon he can spare Bome thing of the food allowance, j order wine to be brought from time to lime. Kspeclally When tho service has' been harder than usual the uldlera receive uuo-uarter of ;i qtmrl of wine. Innkeepers are forbidden i sail alcohol on pain of being expelled from the zone. In one Instance I quarter of ;i quart of ll::h( wine was given three or lour times a week in the winter on advice of the medical corps, in tho Herman ami Austrian m illion "no rations of a aga re given, if any to buy beer or v lue he pubollo in-ver- soltUer wants can go to Hie sutler who Is following the regiment." It follows from these ofllclul sfnte ments thst sloohol Is not regarded as esentini fn the roninteniD'-" of th soldier's vltiillty. n fact nhloh may he restmieil ns a vnlunhle lesson in civil life. Indeed, ss The Si n has pointed out, experiments Id the Swedish army have proved thst nmiraoy In shooting Is Impaired bf even n sninll i n.i ut I ty or slcnholle drink, the effect of which may tint he notli-enble. That s lib - ernl lllowaaca of tobaivo Is Issued as a ration Indicate, that tohaeco Is re- garded us essential lo the maintenance Of the soldier's vitality. Mr. ADAM states that tho health of the soldier Is belter than st homo, owing to the preventive Inoculations against typhoid, cbolers. smallpox aud tetanus and the most stringent supervision of the water supply. The value of these Inoculations, helngprac- tlcally demonstrated under most trying ! conditions, should be accepted ss a ! lessou by our lawmakers, mo1ng them lo drive from the legislative ; halls the misguided nntls who opmse . all preventive measures of this tyie 1 and who sometimes, aucceed In cnjollnj; , or harrying our legislators Into dnn gerous acquiescence in their fooll-.li acbemea If l customary In the front lines to Band soldiers te the rear for a fort nlghtly hnfh, also to give them at this time opportunity for recuperation by comforts, in Ypros. for sample, a large Jute factory Is used for n rest cure, where I msi aoldlers may lie tic commodated, Rare Ibey are able to sleep without dancer, read, smoke and enjoy life, also to bathe In the bleach ing Mils while their clothing Is dlslu f ected and cleansed. Another vnlunhle lesson to Hi -so who In Civil life nre subjected to tba wear and tear on nerves that often Incapacitates then or drives them to suicide. After the Coroner Quits. lb-hind the obvious and admitted violation of statutes, regulations and orders to which the deaths of twelve women in a Brooklyn factory on Rat urday are Immediately a ndgnable lies a general cause that has long been recognised and to the correction of which the energies of the State aid i Ity should Immediately be devoted It la the multiplicity of inapectlon agencies, with duplicated and overlap ping duties, each ebarged Willi Iho enforcement of cortaln details of the regulations adopted to Insure safety, and none exclusively responsible for tin- observance of nil of them, The chaotic condition existing !n New York with respect of building supervlaion la notorious li Imposes a heavy unnecessary lax on real estate li results in j- nloush i and contentions among officials that reset to the detri ment of contractors nnd owners. It leaves the proprietors ami occupants of Structural of all kinds in doubt ns to their obligations and naturally brings the whole code Into contempt The requirement! of one department cancel tbe exactJona of another, Tic victim of disorderly ofdclsl activities is encouraged to violate all tho orders thnt nre served on him. In the belief that public muddling will conceal his private lieclecf. If from this u llevs tag On pro- erty. this waste of public money. tbN I senseless multiplication of jobholders we obtained an approach to safety In the butldlnga Ihat are aubject to their visitation, ihe situation would be more nearly defensible. We do not On the contrary, the most elemental safe guard I are lucking, the most easily . accomplished means of protection is Ignored, State and city, deaplte enor mous drafts on Ihe taxpayers, ranuol unlock an exit door or render a stair way slow burning, They can learn . attractive bulletins explaining why the i laws were not enforced nnd what was 1 -lone not to enforce them, and these seem to measure the possibilities of their costly efforts 'lire remedy la not difficult to find. A consolidation of the Inspection ser vices with centralised authority and responsibility would end the dodging of hinme ami compel Intelligent exe cution of Ihe laws. It should decrease expenaaa for the taxpayers and rani estate holders, it would insure im provement in conditions that now menace Ibo lives of thousands of men and women, and reduce t the possible minimum the risks of workers iii every kind of employment, When tin- community has done with tbo lat est Coroner! Inquiry springing from tin- faults of the present fatuities, why does it not iry to reduce tti.tt official's work In the future by an In telligent and thorough revision of Its Inapectlon ay stem? Mr. Kllchln's Opposition lo Pre pared uess. Hepreaentatlva OLAcna Kitobim of tin- seeoiiii North Carolina district, w ho expecta to lead the Ilou- ma; jority in the sixty -fourth Congress, ; and who has announced his dliap prove! of President VV'iuon's naval I programme, has been Jn opposition t i Mr. Wilson before, He was one uf nineteen Democrats who voted uaulnei bii nlalon on purchase bill, nnd h,s tig. that aubject was unshaken hy lbs appeals of tbe Executive, MTlth i a disregard for tbe favor of the post nis ster-Qeueral that nude Washing ton gusp he kept the Hon, Ainfiir shim.v Bughkaoa cooling bis heels I when that gontloinan called on him; to parauada him to give in to thej alcAdoo scheme, ami uficr iiiliuiHing 1 him, persisted in bis stiff necked an tagonistic attitude, So Mr. KlTOBIN ll a (lgliier, ami the! President must reoognlae him sw such, j Hut ll Is not Mr. VVlhBON'a iileu thai tbe nnvai ami military plana he bopna 10 si-- utiopted should ia- treated nsi p.nt.v qiieationa, and Mr. Km ms rec- ' ognlsei this. Thof trauicend party I I Unas and have no parttflnn glgnMl jiunce. I lu-y are mil loiuil lu their j THE SUN, TUESDAY, scope anil application, and therefore to he trented not In me caucus, but 1" the House Itself. Tn thnt larger rerun. Mr. ICnnrm whii en eeUasL Isnry not to he haHttlad does 1 1 ,t Iurn, so overwhelming as the majority ieader dOM In the mujority councils, ntj test of foreNlitht nnd patriotism is to he til) pi led to the RepnUICtM is well as to the fiemocrats. and If I Mr. Wilson 'party. It is loses one of his own not heyond probability ilnit the deli, iency may he more than In.ade a.sid hy re-rults from the ranks of the RepabUcana, Will the Kslser look on President Wilson's citation of th llible In his advocacy of prcparednesa a a viola tion of neutrality? Now that modern warfare haa reached Uagdad It Is possible that the nest voyase of Sinbvd tho Pallor will be made In a submarine. On the north eldo of a trafflo con gested 1-ifth avenue crossing seven aecidents to prde-triana have occurred slni ii an Lsle of safety wiia built there. During that period no accblant oc curred on the south sM, where there la no Isle of safety. With what admtrabln caution Mrn h. I Buana m tenured her words when she Informed her fellow members of the Woman's International Mis- lonary Unions thai "we," prsauasably missionary and other Bremen, "sa-nd tic. OOfl.OnO each year for poodles" I 'if Course tho lad? did not t its the foot until a painstaking Investigation war ranted, and her precision equals her OMItlon and preparedness. Wo aOOSPI the flirure. althoiiKh until now harbor Ilia: iho suspicion that the (lira total was a do lor or two less. Flv the way. WSS t!iot apology from Mexico ever obtmlnedl Thl nation has won Its imsitlon In tha world witho-it resorting to the hal-lt of tot Itm a pistol Coone BBTAMi The amhatUad farmer-, who tired the shot heard round the World mado a practice of toting n flintlock, however Americans have fer years smiled In a superior way whenever they heard ihat a pedestrian knocked down by a vehicle in the streela - f I'arls was liable to arrert. but Police Commis sioner V, -ipi, after careful study of aocidsnts lu-r--. ballevaa lbs adoption of tho practice would greatly de- raaaa fatalities, it la a conspicuous fact of New York life that we pay our policemen t, lee us safely from curl to curb, in -I ih. n deliberately seek the spot where they are not stationed to cross the roadway. A champion of neutral Plates likely to enjoy a sinecure. uot "inxiii s sees possibilities of direct enters st sea." Dawns cut tho subma rine cable and so cot no "direct orders" from Pennsylvania avenue. But how ll h wireless t be cut when "il.reci orders" mlgrhi spoil a good iiKh If half the activities charged against Mm were reaHj hla then asaa not Lieu tenant Roaaar Pat the busiest th ng' Cir.md Jury may go to Sing Stag VlU-afKlpSr tiro, tne. its function, however, to prepari tho way (of others to ko there. The Agricultural IVpirtment at1 Washington is Booking a definition for the word "weed." Couldn't It be called any plant 1 -ab s tobacco that la In no danger of being absorbed hy a trust? Inade'inat, del, nee :s worse than n- defence. Tin y nre SOjUSlly futlls and the former Is more OOStly In lives and money than tiie latter, Admlreri of French opera who regret Its rare appearance iii the repertory o tho Metropolitan Opera House should I ie gratified that "Samson at Dellla" vv.ll be mm,' the opening iiiuht of the eeaSOB It Is one of the master pieces of tho nio-lern I'teu. h sc! I .imi the work of Camiu-b BaiitMsAKNi ih,- moot Illustrious t'rench composer of the day, It Wtll he -unc In Pleach. moreover, hv three Italians, one Hun garian, ona ',.niian and also one, frenchman. And it wtll bo eoaducted by an Italian, We sympathize with Senator-elect ' llNBaawOOO'l hops that Congress will do Its business quickly and adjourn -arly In the spring; but It won't. fulled States rote too tc.lld for Ib-r- iin, hut called harsh t-y London Vcies peper seodllsa If memory BlfVaa, certain earlier communications from Washington lo a European capital were too mild for London and t o harsh for Berlin- The only color- that football arc the black a always nd blue, In at .lap. in. tlie Philippine- uiul the Weil hullo To Tim BoitOB ok Tim: Si n .Sir; Tlie proposal outlined by "gperlamo" in Tub Si n of November 4. to trade the Philip 1 pines for ti n West Indies, so the Allies could present tllu BTOhlpslagO to Japan as tho price for her entrance into the i European war. while Interesting as an i academic suggaattori loaea Nigm of ons great vital principle. Tha PlHDinoa a'e Chalallana. nenleae. lug sdharvnoa to tha Roman Catholic faith. The missionary labors of four canturlaa imoni tha one neooie of am- I that has responded to tha tea '-inn-; --r I .'...- . on a l i loi- nauirhl VI Im.,.)., we like It or not, whether the Islands are I a source of strategical weakness or ' "therwlse, the American people all BOt j callously bargain uway the national h.s- n'-itloiis i lt- l-st,'i,.. ai hand over 1,000,000 Chrletlins lo bs governsd by a nation which ha- demanded tin- rlghl to prapsgsts ths Buddhist faith In China, and by tht- gel declare to the world that shu Is opposed to Ihu spread m Chrlstlsolly In the Ksst The American people may have Utile interest in International polltlca, but it may bs safely predletsd n -t any pro posal to turn tho Philippines over to Japan will b oppoisd by Ihe combined Influences of the Catholic a-.d Protestant ehurohss, and the Administration thai would innore thiN sentlmsni would ho mowed under at Die polls. Ami'iiicas, New YobKi Novsmber I, November a urkr I'repisreaiiess. erledi "1 must corufees I advocate 1'rrpureiliiees. --lint hsri is arhsri The pile li (-nines In : My plan eSBilet! nt get tln thin. Thi firmsr'i lebiste Opposes SJiat II in III el Inst Is To make ms fal." Mclsoausua W ii -s NOVEMBER 9, 1915. PREPAREDNESS AND PEACE. Mr. Hudson Maxim Discs sses the llryaalte Philosophy and "The Com' moner" In Relation to the Hollar. To Tttl Kditob of Tiik BtrM Sir: I Mad In Inst FrldHy a VN tlie statement msda by tha lamsntad William Jaanlnia Uryan nbout I'realdent Wilson s national dafmoa proaramma, 1 jo not maan to anply tint ifr, V.rynn- la dand. for It ha rara diad 1 Should not r fir to him us the lamented. Noma yean afo in one of tt admirable editorial artlolM Tm itm siok8 of tiie That paMdMlVsJ i tine, in tim peariiai puirillssr. Wot oniv Is .Mr. Hryan ostentatiously rstloinl but ! ho Is also pugnaciously mMS, malevo- sntly mi id and armenntiv snassumlni, Even his ellenca la noisy. I Mr. firv.m Is irT so retiring a dlspo- altlon that in order to advanc e himself , In any way he nnds It necessary to go I tiHi-Kward. His whole publla career has i ba n a risssslsnal J Mr. tlryan refers to the national do- r-nce proarnmnio of President Wilson as a ehnllensro to the spirit of Christian ity, lie says that the philosophy of na t.onal de'enoe Is a fiilso philosophy Then ho turns upon the President with ino-lier "God bless you" In the shane or a Iv.pe thut the President will not be deer. ved hy the atmnsphi re of the Matt hatt.n (iub. as he puts It. What or who Is this spirit of Chris tianity to which or whom Mr Bryan refers? Its cannot refer to the Chris tlanity ot the Naznrene, beriuse Christ re-.er taught Hrysnlsm Christ was fu aefSIMS, for Ha said : AS I he that hath t o ISrSrd, lt him sell i 1)1- Karm,-nt and buy on. I.uk. xill.. J6 it r i -1 i ever taught non-reel stance t-' j wroi a : on the contrary ltd doetrlni was on of constant resistance to wrong. N it 1 only Ihat, hut also Me taught Hi- dis- I etpiea 10 gird up their P-ins with a I -Word belt and lo go forth and vv.14 ., lover yielding warfare el Justi, e BgalMI 1 Injustice, 01 riKl.t utiaiast wrong. Christ laiiKlit stns.gth, not BlnlllUBB. taught courage, not cowardice; taught I progreaa, not retrogrssslon 1 taught push, 1 ii"t passlvinessi snd srhin na said. "Thou art PS( 1. and up.-a this roelt will I build my church, m.l lbs ea'es of lu ll hall not prevail against It." lie did not -fei to Mr Bryan but to HI Peter, and Ho had hi mind sdequstl defences ng.iinst any prevailing of hell, whether in the lhapa of .e or in other gulsa Mr Htvan's conception of the eplrlt . of Christianity u that of 1 smug faeid peelallsstlon of providence which ma terialised nut of Ihe infinite naseeney si Mallm, lit., on March 19, lot'-u. and , which or wh-. after It hud fledged it ef. went to Nebraska and built a ,.w--r if 111 e! aBSBSMI as ths Cess ones, and mads s longued c infaeli n known a- ths ' speech -if the i'r.-s of lb. Id, and which 1 fpardon my metaphors) was used ,1 a , Jacob's holder to make a balloon nscen - lion Into the sunshine of publicity and national political prominence. Mr. Rryae hopes "thai the President will n-t be deceived by the atmosphere Of the Mat, butt ,11 Club." That Is a metaphor n - prettier than those 1 have just used Perbspe Mr Bryaa'i mean ing Is literal. Pat Mr llr.vans chief ,' medium for Ihe effusive effervescence of !us Mass and Pair transmission to , utherl Is a ealorlfl atmosphere, therefor. II is natural for him to refer M the Still -sphere as a deceiver. P. Mr. Bryan's eye the Manhattan , Club Is mad tha unholy of unhollei by j 1 he worshippers of Mammon. Mv Ftryai himself Is not noted for his detestation of tho ight of money I never heard of ' any one flipping a com in his preaenoa 1 without his hat being under the coin before it touched the fi tor, When h is l-.iid $T.e.f) u night for a Chautau rati speech he d-es BOt cry, "nut of light damned nve spot," but bis worshlpfui . regard would put an overstrain on ths I elastic limit of the Pirst and Second I I' -mmandmenu, and ho palms It and I o kStS II With a- pleased and gS clillg ' iik a sense as that with which the most niulitt connoisseur of Virginian oolo- .. Icy lips u mi-it Julep 1 Invo unhappily hern fortunate I enough to hiar Mr. Bryan speak several , limes, Ti e most notable speech thut , 1 ever heard him make was two yean I ) at n banquet of tin- Authors Lesgus N'ew York, and he sp,,k- somewhat after , 'he manner that the humble ssrvani of Rataam mlghl have spoken. Captain ' Jai k Crawford says of an Imitation -f the braying of an a-. which he some llmil ulves at his admirable recitations, that it is tot given as an Imltstton at ; ill. but a- the real thing, Likewise, Mr. : Bryan's effusion of aalnlnltlei athlch hi delivered on that OCCBIton WBB no imt IstiOB of donkey talk It was the real thing New l-r his talk about prepared nasi ho i "Bryan" again. "W are." tie says, "without n" enemy and our prsparsdnsM is h crssslng while ' -t.a r nations exhaust tliemselves," sni n coatlnues, "the natloni of Kuront brouahl on the present war because of heir preparedness for it, hence, srh) iid vv,- prenare?" , it has been said of Mr Bryan Ihat tie never urpucs : he merely declaims j The b-st argument can do n I - earn ' eonvlatlon and win converts Florid 1 declamation can arln ten converts, with out argument or reason, to every one that can be won by logic. Mr. Hryan ' knows this. He knows that merely for ila- purpos'- of convincing most of his ' hearers it is not nsoasaary either to te I logical or to adhere to facts, t The European war a. is not brought on 1 1 beasusa of prepared neae, but because of . the lack of prepsrcdneiB on the tiart of the Enterte Powtra. Bngt&nd was ' ! p ithstlCally unprepared: so wis Bus I -In. Had lie- Entente Powers bsen pre ( p.it-ed Ihsrs would have been lo tv"tr. TheKuropean Pawersarenoi exhaust- 1 Ing themselves with rsiPSCl to Wll.lt lllost I eonoemi us, and tha' is var potential- i Ity; they are becoming stronger eva-rv-d iv. They may be poorer after the war. , but they will be stronger, At t-ie end I uf the civil war the North was much 1 poorer, hui inn; Italy stronger, Flnsn 1 exh lustlon o- economic exhaustion 1 does not necesMinly mean 1111.1t;, rv ex haustion. E on.miie weakness - insti tutes a very slro.-:g inducement to utilise military prowess. The poverty of the European nations make! thl ir military poweri nil the more dangerous to us. Mi-. Hry.in conceive! it to ba a folly for us l-t prepare to defend the country because he hOlllVf I that our very prep- i gratlotl Would auger tbe otic r nations j imi fret tbsttl into war With u , and then he concludes with tho paradoxical statement, peculiarly Bryan lh, "Why 1 anooursgs ins nattons of Buroi in their . 1 folly by Imitating them'' I: Ihi mailer j of armamentsT if our prenaratloni for , national defence would bar. is.- and ange--the other nations, how can It at tin aaiUI tunc bi a'i sncouragemenl to them? ''an - we encourage tin-ni ny narossiiiB and a:.-gsri-ng thein, or haras and anger them by meouragemeitl ? ! What a balm for tired souls It WOUld be n Mr. William Jennings Bryan would relegate himself to the iniinlte quies c :.ce of Innoouous desustuds Ht'naoN Maxim. BnoogLYM, Novsmber s. vv here Ketleenee should lie SJeeemlBS 'Iii uis BlHVSS l,r Tun SOSair.1 If I, ,1 -eagiaSi en casllng ttiv llrst vote should, like the gentleman described 1,1 "A w t.M u ho llitflliiled lo Vuia agalait suflragi 1 hat bv irrer placed un X In block "Veu" 1 1 .1 rhea rscegnlssd bti ailatsk, rubbd out the , by biaokialng the kluoh sad niadi -ni -X in "Na1 block, niaki meh ani erior, I should count that vole lost nnd nut s.iv anything about n. Sl VoUS, Noveiiil.-r I. OMIST1I , lorrest I'mnuaelittion ol ' Tanpaw." To TDK KI.IT.i or TBI BPS -Sir: Along Ihe Ohio tllver 1n SnitlertSnd county, In diana, I picked B4 ale the pa paw alien i vv as, a boy. Tiie eerrsot pronua ekstloa of the nam, a-- ii-dloa 'a lb native of that Stale, b pop-asr, aecmtlng the ttrst ipttahbi itrengty, ir s-i a:-- to adopt Hie fruit here lei iis get the asm! rlpht. Jlsll-H KlTCB. . PMBglSSi Notuvfcer I. STERLING EXCHANGE. Ithe or Fall la It Iloes Not Affect Value of Ihe Kngllsh Coin. To Tin r:tiTon or Tu r Bi n Sir.- 1 have always bllllVId ihat the Intrinsic value or a United Mates ftvo dollar told piece Was $r, and that tbo Bngllsll pound. Being llghtir, Ptal 14.84, anil Ihat no mutter how- RIIMB) these coins were hat tind and abused, as lone as their j Wtlght waa not diminished their value would be unchanged. Therofore I do net understand why I the Kngllsh pound can ilecre-ise and has dl -reused to about 14 III. If tha balance Ot trade Is against England, and Eng land must aend ua her gold, It aur-l ibonn't cost 24 cents to bring over a pound sterling. Will you be good enough to Dardon mv linnrmioi ami enlliliten me'.' lii.vortANCB. Wasiiinoton, D, 0 , November I. It I not tho Kngllsh sovereign which Is selling at a discount represented by the current quotatlona for sterling exchango. sovereign eats .a r- nL In the United Hlatoa Is Ua gold value. It ia not $4.84, but about 14. Ill 2-3. English so v deign-, when they am brought here have Just ua much gold value to-day us ever. It Is st-rllng exchange which has de preciated. Hilie on London are quoted at u discount ot upp-oxlinatoly 4'3 per rent, from the normal par of exchange, which la tho valuo of an English sov ereign expressed In term, 01' dollars Sterling exchango la ut a discount because a l-lll 011 London ll 11 title to money In London only. English money in London Is not good to BSttlS debts aire. Ordinarily the world owes so much money to London that utlea to money in London sell at par OT a premium. Tin- conditions of tha war iae shifted trade and limine al een- tr s and ihi rs i 1,-ss debt to he settled I In London Bltd RIOTS debt to be e- It led in New York I The discount on s'erling exchange j Is drawing gold from London to us as t rapid y us It enn flow. The facilities i for shlpplnT gold are b-oiv norma! and tiie difficulties represented by the fr. ,gai and insurance COStof Shipment 1 me considerable. Meanwhile our banking position is such thut there s 110 desire to Increase gold reserves , by unnecessary Importation! of gold, and Wl prefer to extend llrit.sh In debtedness to us rsther than pump ail h-- goal out of the United Kingdom, THE SQUARE OF PEGASUS. Ituadristellar Sipiirkler In the Home of Night To rats Bet roe or Ths si n sir Vari ous knagdaary Hgures ate formed by stais against the darkened background of the aky. thl Dipper, Chair of ,e.s;. npSlB. Northern Cf OSS, Northern Crown and Iho Square of f'egasus At ab-jut : o'etoeh these evsnlnga tha Square of l'sgsui iparkls high overhead; not ,-x-acily a attuare, t-ut enough of one for -veil uu Inegperh need st ir gsaei i" rec ognise. It consists cf - outse of four fair;y notlcesibls suns, Alpheratx. BchlBt, Al- gonlb and Market) 't does not con-ti- tute ti.e whole constellation of Pith.- test of that constellation 0 m chiefly of about four stars, extend.; wootwerdly from the sonars To 111! UH latlng g out these who are experlenoed in na.- gaging, the ScjUars ot Pag as us is bounded flrmamcn- tally by Cassiopeia -Cepaeus on the ri,rth, Andromeda-Plce pn the east, Pisces on the scuth, BqutleusDeli hh 'i to the west, it i at ., lime, distance rlrmamentally from the Milky Way. and still further distant f r--tn the brilliant -uu Ospella new sparkling an ;d the nntihiaet csBlirn section of night's 1 1 rsened dome, .:i ef theat fi or atari torn ng thl squ ire are not million! but trillion! I pile distant from ua, and compared with Polaris, our north star, which la t.l magnitude, Alphsrati is 1.1 magni tude, scheai s 2. Aigetitb a and Markah t.S, Tl.es,- four star- are each about -blight as the noi Lh star, agcepting Al genlb, With re-pe, t to Alphercta, In 11 quare'i northeast corner, th s -on i not in tin- constellation of Prgaaui 1 ut in Andromeda, J -niing the latter t- the former constellation. Pegaaui and An-dr-enedx tht-refote hi- in like a tmle o nab Hall, m or like 11 doubl constella Uon. And if the star g,..-r w 1" stu-ly Aiutromoda iii"l ll- etouari I'agaaua he will s ...a dl!cover that ti.,- c inilella-li-oi ai d th-i quarl togethi 1 foi m a 1 lip- iky dipper, larger although not na aym aietvival a ths Dipper with which hi Is mot e familiar. , Hut llio Square of I'-v.iUI lh mors notlosabla than the Dlppsr of Androm-ada-Begasua An-I tin.-- itarry s.piir,- is well ns rth the time and effort of searching fr it. as 11 iparktei at present above the ro-ifa ni 1 piies of our towns and cities Chabi.ki Nbvbbs Itot-Mss , BotfTow, Novembir S, PEDESTRIAN TRAFFIC. 1 on id 11 lie Partial!) Regelated sidewalk Marking!? To tiik BolTO! or Tun Has Sir. May I offer a suggestion to the Safety K.rt Society and other Organisation inter- ssted in the Impeovemenl of street tralflo j conditions? Jt Is ti-uie that more atten tion was paid (o tiie regulation of pedes- u .n traflta Wo havs seen tn a few Ihort ve-irs I that regulation has gone far toward !- Inglng order out -f chaos in tne mattar of street mOViment. The business of OUT stre.-ts h is multiplied in volume so that it would be utterly Impossible to glove the vehicular traftb- of New York to-day 111 'let the old conditions -if obstruction I and delay, of Jum nnd damn. Hut on the sidewalks then has been 1 no Hnprovsmsnl In fact thing- have crown worse This should not be when are consider the additional room secured from stoop removals. &e. Most of ti e trouble cornea from negkx t -if tin- rule "Keep to the right " It ipringl from In- llfferclica, Ignorance and sum, limes rank hoggbthneei, some people rely on their weight ef beef, or rather pork, to com pel others to make waj for Ihem while they walk where they plcage It would be a cno.l plan at afreet cor ners nnd at point! betWSM to mirk plainly the centre line of the sal -walk From tins line mark arrowi pointing la ih r.ght and leading the eye to other arrow pointing along thl rlshl hand pathway en each stda Pedsstriani would be Influenced, consciously or un j consciously, In their course gtid smoother prog real would be assured 'or the way- famr and for thua who hUStlS, SS the I most of ua have to do, gome lettering with hum admonitions on tin- subji would be hii additional advantage. WiLt.m Hou.V. KCW TOBK, November I. Kplgrasnltii, j .. j..,: 11 4a a nutshetl ani 111 as elev--r thing,' N'-i lead, r of oar country hirt e,-kns epigram- With VT II .-'-i si-'lrnn Jotntti ta tnsks siitng stt-ig, A stil -stti.in v li., I- I- stle.it ln-t sousr. to tiaele II 'Oh paeldst, or he who n.-w prepare, gel-.. 1,41 out hl 11, faiu-ois saws. Its line- pal his faith ins faith in prayi Hat a aai ins tu.it it hy Ms cause HI that as icusl rllett anS rl!dls In pes -ler er ani r, plthv Is a. man, ltd ill. With WllSOn ami IVlth Ho sev r Hryau, Tuft aa ttmooi And nihere s or king ovartloii to the ntting pbrssa, The niuiltiy waits i g i),,. MJ,, Willi forg Ih 1 sine to com,' from ltoot. An BPlgsaSi'l an plem toe muv are a cras. 1- Jotiu. SELLING GOODS ABROAD. The Commission Man Hoes the Work, and Credit Is Ills Tool. To ISJ KntlM oi The Sum Sir: Mr. Frank N, est accuses the commission merchant of not aislating American manufacturers. Quits wrong, also tils Itatamenl that "the average commis sion eonesras carry many lines of goods, all of which am as a rule sold from i catalogues by one salesman." I A commission morchant oa-rrlaa no ! stock whatever He may buy ahead on 1 certain lines such os dry gooda when he ! knows that there will be an outlet for ' same, espesbilly the staple or regular goods for cerlnln markets, or In antlcl ' nation of a rise In price. Imagine the stock. Lamp cots rrom j Racine, coffee hollers from nuffalo. j denims from New England and the South ann enaiesB ewssv ro-us. Wlth whatever country he I doing nusiness, ml ovusuuaaiun mercnani givs crenit to tne m-rcnanis mere, aa r- 1 . Bond Ttw. marohiinla liT 111 if I country know what they can set to tha nest auv mtage in tin country ana tne commission merchant receive orders from lits foreign customer and glvea many of them three montha credit and pays the n)uch abused American monu - facturer In soven days, getting, perhaps, one ir omi -r rem cue,, ot.coot... wll ch he tctiti iiM" mill in b a Docket to h-lp pay hie clerk hire, office ex Pin SS and the expenses of sending In lelllgont men to the country with iv ha h . tie doe business, with u trunkful of Amerli n manufacturers' samples snd catalogue! and "ta ostlng" the manufae--ic-rs' ei- less, it's tin couimls.n man 1 1 at 1! a 1 tlie work, bins times out of ten. lr West s plan of "personal Investlga tton and development" I- good enough, hilt the giving of credit la what finally lundl tho business. Hi ,., Herman. Norwegian and flwedlab steamers ate to-dey ,-irrig the 1 iili; of our foreign trade liecause they can do it obcepei and thus aaaavt, not hinder. American manufacturers. landing their gOOdl ut foreign destine- 1 Hons at a r rice that permltl our ir.anu- factursrs t-i compete ' The gam -a.-riis both wayi, a-'d it' Would be a J ke to see an American steamship owner so Jealoue of American Boodi in American bottom! that n would bring hii boat back in ballast that! h. would nf-t dirty the hold with foreign i owned cargo. i Secretary Redfleld goes Into hyaterloa 1 ovsr four aualllary steel echoonera Just' launched on the Lakes And w ure ' carrying Coal to Spain? Think of It. And .he ship Pilgrim Kather left Boetea ih; othet day auli puritanical rum for Hi native f tho west cast of Africa be- cauii t'm latter could not get their ration from Midland owing to el rotten- 1 "-in.es we need not mention, More Willi follow, most likely, until the war is over. 1 nd then bach to Balem, Mystic and; Nuank beneyarda for the old "wind-' jammere, Jl -l Ih nb, 1n cni lu-lon. four "mnrte" 1 tickets at 2 nt would buy a ahare In a steam, r With soar-s at 11 each and I .: - think I ooutd .-ell one share If I tool; my stand on a street corner cf Nw York and tried to do It, I think I . would ,et arrested So tittle does tne, gensral public car or know about say In tha line of general welfare or ' pro great of their own g.-od United! Stat!, James Mod Haows, Am- rlcan Cltlaan. 1 ffBW ToBK, November I. THE COLLEGE PROFESSOR. Hi- Versatility and Hll knowledge ef tu Things, To VIIB KD11 Sir: The I'-ipeia iaj . iuil of the ot;n- 1 - ind qu tatk na from the opinions illege profeieors, They seem to know th "i and no business proposition li heyend them Professor Klrchwa of ColUII ! ..1, who bad been professor 01 law 01 iii.ii, years, u now acting as deputy vv..- -. a: ,.t,d vi-? ate .-ll w,d la jie licit ins esperlenee us a law pri I saof makes him mii up;, ft expert. ir my memory serves me r.ght, it waa ' ''')' il 11 lissor who lec-tgi.iztsl Karl Muenter, the vif murderer and fugl- Uva from Juatn-e . but ba gave as an excuse for not delivering him to the I Itboritlei that thl man wai now liad Ing - -Tat Uf ,,r; I that th. re was s-.-ne doubt whethar tiie wan kd.ed his wife. II acemi to ms Hint this mad, me pro- 'aoi m icssory after tlie fuel and "at f it ha. 1 been a lax-man wha r . .1. .1 10 Inform ihe authorlllei lie nngiit have I no me majeai) ! the law. The University of Pennsylvania last H'.;;:g had th.- temerity lu w.u.t really to discharge a college prvfeseor who taught SOdaltim and anar. hy. Ho at a- i-usued to the newspapers and got th - advsrtlslns that he .raved, and In this w.,v the University of Pennsylvania era Mo.ri 1 :, . ,, renrdiomt-j. college. We ha a ver distinguished profes sor who is now ur Chief .Magistrate .1 master of the Kligllah language. Hi pa: is 1 a cider! all. welt, bat u-ionauy ma - rjo nol Work out for examnle. bis NuSiasi ...... .u "Wl 'it M. 14 - going a 1 Mi xa-o t.,e thr. I.'..,., f mank Have we gore inu ICO n-r th,. b. netit of nami. a - sm.. live and property of American eltlsenaltn' c",vk of the citj and of cltlsena from foreign countries r1"' 'Stsrday tad i.-, Shorn under the Monroe Hootrln mm I "'SOlosed that only t . .. havs 1 omlsed lo protect, ai in lust I 'eideni students hsd ben - treat danger ai ever. A etu'e ot ' u"' ru"" of ,lm collage. anarchy prevail- oUr pop's aid our' "r ,,usan,s report ll . troops are shot a!,.., (he Tens border I ' "O-0"11"1 ediicet:..tl ,- of M. xl ... 1,11,1 unless bandit! can be ln number and that t iilghl before Ihey cross th harder our I ' "ot PWl to be a - 1 army Is not allowed t punish them anticipated. Then- are Noting that college professors ara th I " ,V,"J Inatruction .1. t! srisi men not onlv .-r m., 1.,,, T i partments of in.- coiiea, th. rid, I have looked into the flnancaa no of our .-ihu..-. ,., ,1 1 li,,,, iv.!, eotuo of rven nmong mo wealth lhaee " "" -' 'tsflclt. dui to . !. absoluts llsh .m l liiefflolant -sv tha i, r t -ollege arc nianaired Tl,i. ba 1 ml to ofeeai -i body els -me It cannot be that tHa ira so buiy attendlna m. . -i r.-s 'that rhey'h vinc "me p. attend 1- their own! TUOXIAI M. 11) I, KNAP. ability a- M'lV YOSK. N TO STUDY IRISH HISTORY. Wonthl Meetings of Loral .Societies Wanted for This Parnou To Hid rHs rwnoa or Tm with l-iteiesl tl.e ... si x Mr- T "OUnt or the aiannaiian in Id 1l.1v of Irish Historical Society. 1 ' 1 Amirlcan I am gregiiy , ..11 ' aociety haa let hl '- Uioj whgrg popU interested in 1. history and Attierioan-lriah his. :,;,ii:!;l'!o:;,:',;;:;;.,f- When 1 W.iN livir in I I. .n n iy -- ssi'fg ut I'lPUKUrOB n, na 1.. ...... 1 monthly meeting, f . ,,.,kll Uuyy rbaiety m Hanover s,iu,,. A, , 2 v o , 1 PerelVBl Uravas, felvin II - N.-ii Douglas Hyd and 0,1,,,-. The Atlll mail Irish Koca-ty , wealthy BO. cat--, as also Is lie Botdety Of the Friendly s.ois of st iw-K. ,,ut , ,,, . d -s much wnh li- urge fund on the .. . ... ,,,, i n an ir,.,,, st()rl al " 1 ara many ,iist inuu names. ' so mere uugUI to I.,- 1 ,,f sv I Iwri ann lecturer 1 am em presidenl us enthusluslio -I I, 0 Clirkl Ihe so i,-y favor en t lie mn Hoe ' 'hat with 11 end gifted eg will look with 1 I hove 1.01 be 11 in re than a year or two in thh country bul 1 find the ,. '"r l Irish ichtles is i.gion In New ." mo iiitga or tiios. s H. etles .1 e mi..'.1, ,,1 , kMlj .n er, liiouati t.a- uusllc Hoelety au-i aonie others iso at i 10 stii'iv t'm old Irish tongue The lack of a truly historical and lit erary sc i, -,v meet,- frequently for th Mudy ot tbe Immsnse ..nd ,t,i kl,. field of Irish hlstor) end literature must bo felt by aiany, itoBBBT DoNAt raawsst, daw obk, Novsmber i. Paradisi al ".-ill,e. don'l in -Hut tbiy Uluke Kalefci 1 lijcktr- lh the msn Ull Uoise. WALSH TO URGE HIS VIEWS ON CONGRESS Orffnnizos Industrial RpUtionn Committoo With tabor Lfadrrs on It. AMOS PIXCHOT A MKMBER Frank P. Walsh, chairman , 1,., United mates Commission en in lu tr.' iteianona, m three BBOOT memben n: tnai oorrmiiwsion and eight otl.- mer, who navn ,)ePT1 ,0 . i,i.,. r. w, uioeo ajomg ,,, u ,h mn rwtwmsy inn organueri t! o In l i. I lrai Kelatlona Committee, ,,mm ----- h8 commlt,ee wl" W ""' s In 1 Waahlnglon very eoon and will .t . an active awngnlggi to Indue ' , , , m(,op, , rp(VJ, , , , ., I latlors ui i"d b - Mr Walsh and his three la hot - idatea upon tho other tnemhi rs of I-'edral eotninlsslon, but not lul to by them. The Federal eommlaWon expired tatutory limitation on Augu 1 ler a wrangle 1 g t' I oommbu over tiie reoommendntloi s to i Ten Mparai! report! will he ,,. Oongrees, which will he I one of the besl U Pensfianel or ho 1'ammlltrf Mr. WalSsVi assoolatas on commKles win bs Amoa 1:. 1: Immigration Cutruulsaloni - 1 . .. HOWS, Hiahop '. li Wllliai cqneeofMU Dioeea of Hetrolt, 1; o-ti. a nanaaa 1 in nawstaie three label' members 01 t( j,,. commission John II I.. ., ... of the American Federatlut Jainei (i i'onneil, vi -e-presid, , , . trades department Aui.i 1: 1, son, president of llie i a i of ivay Conduct u and the 1 n( aav iiadcrs 1 John P XVh te. pn of tho United Minis Wo. 11 Amciicu; John Pitgpgtrlck, . -i tin, Chloago Fadvratlon ,.; ; . Helen Marol of the Women s , ,i Union e- o-a f New York and , Msetor of ihe Women's Trad league of Chleago. Hnall M. Maid; . d PM -or cf re search and Investigation for , . commission and author of tha 1 whi-vli was adopted tn full !-. -s , Lvnnon, Uarrflaou ana u 1 ociupy n similar poeitian vClth . srgMbjauon George i. West, , -., "f th reijiort on t10 Colorado s!s in- aaaoohMed with tn- en . nHtea, Which will be upportei ,., untary subn-npllons. win ih a Th" support .r organiti 1 eniefly b . removing governmi it obnarle to Ihe efforts ..1 t . , . earners to organ 1 1 and 11 it all wage earners and la- - 1. tatlvcs have a I ,!r and frv! field" 1 tho prlnury ol-j,-.: ot tie at ti-ilteu. Pahileiij- aasgaiga Planned I he first effort of the eotpniitte mr. "aish yesterday, wai be tlie final report! of me .... in testimony obtained and 1 . In the bands of a ysal numb lo prisl ar.u women so tint publ; be created to do its share op uuk ,-r Iranalatlug our an us into reality "Tne committee, while tai 1 in the dlscuseiuu regarding me army and navy. Mid "will indaivor to keep 1 . certain fundami ntal pri should gov, r-i .1, any ,, . 1 pi ejeit ...it,, ss These aix- that the !ov I ex. tpt 111 cases of emu I manufacture all munltim n-l military supplies ; t '; it V,IM OIL.,. .... 1 ., BSSll so that those will . I obtam commissions; lhal j the mlliiia be confined of national defei and us.-.i against workmen .1 that 11 healthy, well ; . industrial force g ., pa tor jn any preparediieai t. The committee will urg dIUonal li.co.no is in, a. ,1 eminent It aha II be -, . ,;.-, l.entance tax or b making tux more effectlvs and - more heavily the to , ,-- . luaurlea of the worker EDUCATION "GRAFTERS "nil R Paialhlj ll" ,, ,, 1 , X Du ll) 4 e r sol. lieu rr nltephen 1 I or tne extension coon ,. -. CUI ' t:u Mlentlan lo 1 I proportion who uny noi -1 free educat,oi, ,.t tho ivlca;,' notes, too. that 1:1- . .11 SSCIUUeg twenty I - tension Courses .- nr. l-u- li in -New .1. ri V ' tbf "tsrssta of , Jfl' nusuard,-d P1' C",?' Of tlie (ax bv 1: TO PROTECT AUTO OW ?cw f 'orporu I Ion Will Asgralsigl Uveeoharge lo m A-LBasv, Nov. f T' tlve ASSOtksUon, Willi Its , in Now Vol 1 It) . was . day. Tho DUI petal of t li the protection of it ni thl Cl and less qf their a H i sppllanosi while travuii evercbargei by boti it rvlcs stsi Ions. The in Frederick Ksltb. u. M Vol U city, Oeorgs I' I'll mi, .111 of Brookl) a anil w of Jamaica, 1,. 1 The developmeni of 11 and the g! ibllalluieut ol iu advertising is in- t the A-lvert is.ng frJub ol N aiao Ui cor po rated lo-ttal iioratora ara Henry 1 pp. rred A. Dlpple 01 Mi 1 David D. la-e of VVoSl SHIP'S FORECAST LE eamen'i Isaillut . Jnim's Cathedral ai 1 - A ship's forecast 1, , . lane sailor llV.-s .,, been arsetud iu Hyiual arouiids of Ua- 1 '.ilia. I 'ho Divine, 11 is " semens fhui -hi an sablbll "f Hi. .11. 1 . taut llpln.op.il rhurch Ihls city, which Is to I. public to-morrow uv h Twenty-nve Instliul 1 tho exhibit, which ll, -for the delegates and 183d annual dlocei.iu 1 I is beiiiR held in I la . .. 1 CotnpWte aielot,.. 1 11 .,1 I cathedral win be .11 pi , . 1 1. me, ailh BivtureS. "1