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THE SUN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1913.
ttU. Movhay. NOVBMBRR IS, 1910. I worth nnytMn(r practically, would ni.d skilfully avoided ruining any tndi-Jsuoh freedom from harsh exposure ns have to ! simple. direct " tinoti' um- I tldtial I food name by assailing the the rover of n patriotic purpose o bored With Correlated si 1 1 .l r-t : and repute of nn entire school. Pops not ' tneoi military iictfposwlon will afford, to do effective ll would linve to III j tlH finished Oft Of thtg aCPUfflpllBhment 1 NOM the lean there w ill he jealous test I be iimv tariff lionnl with some- , appeal P. tho traln.sl Intelligence Of I watchfulness OVPT the application made THE WOUNDED IN THE WAR. W gMt war it" per cent, of thing mi' i ovi-r the t nearly lllso roal power gcheritiloa than the mere ! B I pOiDtTC nut bOW this ni'i -psary power aiaWlid '. . I'ofl OfBes New Tofi a necm.l I AM Mai mm . , , - - r I power to study. Imosllirate i.n.l report sui.-i ri,ii.... I'T Mail, FMilil I from time to time. No one hnfl vet DAILY, It Month l'All.Y. Pi i Vesl Hrs i. V, Hi r Month H'SDM do Can. i. la i. Par MmiOl... PlfNUAY. I'T V-ar 1MM.V AM Kf.NOAV, Pt Ymv... DAILY AM) HI MIIAT. Ptf Moata. PoSS.01 Hates. i.tt.v. rr Month t'NUAT, I'm v mih lAit. AND M . UA V. Per Month. 1 ft ail (ll be beatOWCd Without an amend o mptit of the Constitution. m no , teachers, pupils nnil parents? Loose talk Is Hip TOCntlOB, the nvo ention. Hip prutuMlOtli the trade, the tank and the amusement of ewrtnln lye of reforiiiPr of other folk"' hnl.lts. It sustains a groat Industry and sup potts In ptivlahlp luxury not a few well clad and persuasive otl7,ns. It Tm: rvr.MV' Till KVKNIN. 1 hi. i. i;m.m i n. I't Malta . per Vonr. If I n mutter how good J the Inten tion of the Mil WfalPh Senator Cork s special InununJtlPs and prlvl 1 8 ' POHtelf asks us to help ImplWft 'f end " ,l endangers (ho good ""jits defects nro flagrant and almost I name of a few hundi m Innocent ts sroleanne. it hoi mil eraatea n step-I aetaoolg ifla If only fulfils Its mission. i Krurttii)lpat Mo. l at to he All i h k-, money orders, BMI I'.iva ! M Tilt St B, P.:'. lahf I 1 dly, ... . i linir Son Isy, hv th pu i PrintlnR , . i Putlthlna Ao. latloti at Llo s i.--. i i :r-". in the Rorouan of Mtn hattan Mw VorM PrftfSnl anil Trp urr, wlltliuii c, H"i. k. i Naaaati trt. i Prealdrnt, Bdward V. MHchall, 15 M mn i Mr 0 ri'tar., C. K. uatMai NaaMu itetat i.o:nt m ofti . Binnaham Roaaih l Anm- dc p'ri-pi. atrand I rarti in... - it a- ! la MlchndUr. off t:i" lu (juttr dfiptpinbrt waahlniiton ntti p. HlbtM BulMlaa BfMklJrn 'in l$i LItngiion Btrt. if otir ffit4t Mho fat or V irlfA frit tcfiptt tliunfmitoiu tot atfoffcaHea with to kVt r'irrtrd urt,.!r MlaflMNl tti'V niKl o oatdfl ttvit stampA for that r ' 't o" Ad Attempt to Re of Assistance to Senator (iore. Tc nro honoTad by a request from Senator QoM to lOatM to Mm nnv le ofmnlara hot it aim duplicate I t Brooklyn friends must 'earn t. existing iiene'ef of Informntlon, mch he phlloaophlcal, as Hip consular rpport system as to I trade eoiMtttiona abroad and tin- mill-1 Red Vlrtor Rends the Vrll. tifariniis etltrltlei of Brother Un- Ulumlnnttnc the fnrart with the in of the proceeds nf such a loan. If there ate latent plans for the diversion of any part of such rpvenii" to a ClovmweM plunire into h mys terlous soeliillstic mpritintllp marine sppcnlsfJon It will he well for those liarhorlnir such pro.lpots to trim ship for storms ahead. The Dnnlsh steamer Vltilnnd's p- 0pa after belnir pwaiiad from this l.lrtt t pen Mr. As(1alth's BrltMi Ilenth ltutp of 2t Per Cent. Tn the Rntfon or Tub hcn r: a rtataraant lias reoently appeiifed In a numtoar of Journals on no i. . at iu thorlty than that of the Prims Minister of Bnyland to the effeci that 84 nercent., or practically onefourth, of the woutuhsl HrlMah il(lie:i die as in unavolila i.io raatllt of their srounds, Tim Idea la fur Iher davatofpad fo the rtTict that t.'ii.s tarrlbla mortality is largely due n the Incraaaed use of artillery, reiaitttnf Iti frlirhtrui Wounds, WhlCll re nlmoyt nl- wmys tnfaetedi ai d w hich the nirri o is :ire inn'h To handle successfully. Thai Htntf men! hai been so often made and !;:ih K'::e so lOllff UnCon r-iilicted tint 1 port to Norfolk by two British war-, appears to he I epted as a settled fact chlno nio.tu fh.il T.'nl,.H' I . I ,. I NeVPI t !iel(ws, tSe H ll"lll(" I t.hllt OI1P- nde of Now York Is not WorklM as j well en this side of the Atlantic as on I the, other. those hit net'islied. In the pTPSnt w the tiit.il o donths Is i't jut cent. 1-Vr-inefty orie of three bit died ; nw one of f( nr. f the death rate nf the woiindod In t.mKi hoapitali Wna actuaMy It PJf ceni the total mortality would bo tmil terrlh;r, fot on adding killed in h!t tls 123 per cent.) to this '.'4 per emit, we Should have a figure M oo'er 40 per cent for the total of deaths from battle Injuries. Tils llsure 1 rronous on its face, The error may be shown In another FARMING AS BUSINESS. Te or 5eprt of Tlmhprland" Af ferts Pmflt Pcrnntases. To tub Editor or tub Cum rtir: The New Ilt.itland firmer his been liVlhB alotiB tOO contentedly on a 1 per cent, business basis, a successful merchant never (rues afoot when he can rifle. Ac tive Working capital must earn 1 per cent, or hettsr. A lare part of the farm homo should be looked at as Stock In hand. If the farmer doesn't work to velop that as a business mm snd Keen one else uitfimteiy um COLUMBIA STUDENT BODY U. S.'S BIGGEST Enrolment Ts Now 10.172 Fncnlty romprisi's orj rorson". of Ti'p OjTffS Of that extra I per cent The bu'inees ALIENS A T?E TO 1Y. V1DEI) uermmai any iat, furm,r K ,,,,! be paying himaelf fair In EtUI Mi fit Ac, worktnr 1 . 1 . . 1 . . . nr , . . t. i ..---1 1 . 1 it t u s men In the domestic Held, It rivalled radiance of his ovn glorious ' here, announced to-day that he has dls does not nbol'.sh the parallel work! thatch. Vtrroo Mt him k sees far Rltd I coeerad a hitherto unknown substance which It duplicates. Most of all. 1n plaar Into the politics of 1MB, The .,.' e els. with Mil he uronth and most Incomprehelialble manner It tlo I Democrat! are to hp hopelessly Split I development of snlmsli can sbsotutsty tit . vacup and sen, nil functions of hv Keiiruarv : the Ronuhlicnn are nl- I . cmitrolled.- Wetci gaspates fivira , . , , I ! ( OlM'l(il'V ((' Unas proniorion nun imp sppcinc an- ready torn of conflicting amnittons, vlsory function In rpvard to th tariff I etmfdttd by selfish counsels. ed Vic ached tlleii We tmil the Senator will tor Is n pessimist, but lie is compel led pardon us for wylng that his Inter-1 to icknowledga the fart: national Trade and TarlfT Board ! wrs,, Smmiha am mm mmmrnt m. seems to us tin awful muddle of lozls 111TIVP pnterpnse. e hums,, mm iu vlm vl(tor rrt gatarmtnatlon to win slmp lfy. even 1f he has to becln 111 over again, Meanwhile It remains true that itn change which, in our opinion, would ' til s consrttutlonnl amendment shift Improve the working pfflcioncy of uis hill creatine nn International Trade 11 ml TarlfT Hoard. Tbls measure was Introduced by .Mr. C,onr. last January; end ns hp has bcetf rce!p,',t(sl from Oklahoma fir thp tprm ninnlng to 1991 tic doubtless impnds to push it lit fho comini; first session of thfl Sixty fourth Col, press. A carefttl nnd respectful pxamlna tlop of Senator (IntiE's plan to rcmore tariff milking from partisan politics nnd t establish It upon a basis of Intellicent Investigation and scientific tonstruction. at an entJinntPd addi tional pxppnso to Hie GovernniPnt of flOi,0(s; a year. Inclines us to the opinion that the Intelligent Senator lutglit greatly Improve the bill by dropping, it altogether. First, as to nou-partisansh1p : The six members ,if the tariff board ore to be ihosen for "special fitness" nomlnateci by the Tresfdent and eon firmed by the Spnnte. The term Is six years. Senrttors and Hcprpsenta tlves are excluded. "Not moro than three members of sMid board shall be members of any on? political party." the spat of power, rurely advisory I tariff commissions can study and lu- vcsrigntP nnd rp'-omniend scientific I and non-partisan tariffs till all !s blue, nnd Congress can leglttate un- j scientific and partisan In riffs all the same, to enrry out partisan theories. 10 promote pnrtlsitn ends, or to fry! the fat. 1 m. ..... , .1 1 1 ,,, a., .-u c . h. ...... 1 . eon to plunge into the i-Ampalan with . ... . . , " ' , n 'nun , ,i ll,-l, III i ITS".. Meeettc! eiis tried to bulre Its Were he not hound to conservatism flattened pookctl ik, and at the rnv- aOd dedicated to sobriety of statement J" ! 1 1,0 hi oh rliiMaa of hie natlnnal "Ckete - M . lotteries were rot so bated of the mor-1 eti:ilrmimhl.. Mpbuock of the flaming . ,,,, M thry -ro now , ,nrly topknot might be KlpeCted of optl-i histors-. one of struggle for the bare' ndsni. Nobody els can hope to tind i moans of existence the tvdlege of New j s'irire vim and vicor In the army of social ; .Tcrsey luatlPS that fimahl in 1102 Under the' device .... , ... . . i for n Presbyterian school to earn Its si ,i i n in i 1 1 K' I ll n'.im-i nun nn,. ,1, i, in. fourth the Bmrllth wounded dil is en t rely erroneous. 'Tn the wars of Hie Middle Ages, when arinlo- were antlreLy -v- Miout a sanitary servt' e of any kind, u ; prohabll that nearly nil the seriously wounded lone thlrd :m a Mile) died. While there an no statistics of thuse armies, there srl sacettant reaaoni for believing thad II !! ier cent, of the woutided perlabadi in lei-ent wars tin death rate o'' thl WQUndld has declined greatly. In the Crimean war, thl 'Worst t recent times from a aanitary standpoint ll per osnt I of the UnglVsl wounded died and 10 par cent, of the Russian, of the French ! wounded possibly 2.", per rent died, but ; t ot of -I., ii Sounds ; they dil d r even - : thing from frost bite tn typhus, in our I own c vll war 14.1 per cen of 1 wounded died; In the Franco-Prissl.tn war 11 per cent, of uae Ocrimin abounded perlaliedi in the gpamibAmarloaa wai ters than I per rent of our wounded died : and in tiie Msnchurien eampalgns and honorables who held the death rata or tne wnuntwa was aooui But In hastv pudding davs ' l,"'r r,n' , I. ... Ill 1.. . ., ,'n.n I 1 ., .... M i gradual decline in the percentage of deatha from wounds, due, Urtthout douht, to the great advances la medicine and past half - et t ary nnd controlU J - -.Vcie.i lo An elixir of this sort might come tn handy .lust now to the keepers of the Hull Mnoe. who j, dwindling al.irm-Inslv V regarded lUCh money raising I r spplicatlon to ll are of armies os as tt perfectly legitimate way j de-.ths among the wound. , ,, ... , ', , . ... which had (le.'l.;.ed frs-ui .1.1 per cent. silent and darkly musing. The do. living. And Who shall eay that the "eminent divines" of the eighteenth century were less admirable canvass- ranks of the Itopnblicans. But VlCTOllefl than their successors In the good lerailnatloll 10 win Is exismdcd in the cans. But Victor Hp rockets to sll knows the truth. the warning: "All those who attempt to pose as reformers when they are really not TP farmers are besten." Mr. Mt BOix-K ought to know II". Tuskegee's Maker. Dr. Boom t. WAaRHtoTon's work nmong the merulers of his race svas based on the belief that the DegfO would win social and political ad vancement oniy after he htid achieved poling us a reformer, was beaten to a economic Independence and stability. I fracalo in Kaaaaa In 1914, He bold that time was better spent , In dpmonstratlng the capacity of the, olumhla t'nlvprslty. black man In those callings that are; Tbe wv npon (,f h(, ,,,.,,,,,,., r now oHfn 10 inn. ...a.. u pcub "K" 1 rnimh. m.versitv IllumltiM n.anv year 1MB? In the lamented past the pleasure of gl .tie was enhanced by seme prospect of getting. Call drive r Kirvpt r-.ermsns' last hope. Vewsgoper aeadltae Decidedly ivn outer line In Oar Riany'e W'ar of defence. Such wars do not cominon'y produce the far flung" Isittle line. Srav There Is no reason to thuik t,hat i ... u. the death rate of the British wounded ' () nfn nil the benefit and enjoymei is aurerent rrcim in. Wounded. N a , the so per einti of their WOUItded return to duty, It would manifest 1 be impossible f r 2t per nt. of 11. em to die ai d 10 ; cent reti.ru to duty, even with at. the retnarfcaible German efUctete'y. It S probable that Ifl per cent, do not be oomi aide to do full duty again, but there I little doubt that It per cent, re i ovSr, either Wholly or In a disabled con dition. It appears to ho true that nearly ot.--thlrd Hi- British OftVera lilt In battle die, ineilv on the field. It til reported ta it i:, France up to July is .i.jm otn pi i had been killed and 1,101 wounded. The only explanation apparent is that When a eoidler Is wounded he at once leaves the Bald : when an ofle er Is wounded (and not gravely) ho contin ues at h s post until gravely wour.desl or killed. In any i-sse. the death rate will be high. Isitll on the field and Iti hoapltal. ainea the ..ti.er nations do not give out t. air losses it is Impossible to nvdte comparisons. Fortunately f ir my idea of Mr. As- q . the Statement WftVOh covered the .iv up to July, lilt, the British War riflksi afterfrard gave out the Brltlah l.oiees to August It, That is for one year. e 'he British army began Itgut- ing . . ar Mom in: August is. 1114. Thoy ars as follows and nro without doubt as itei: ,v correct as is possible at this time. The enact hsses tr. our ci il war were not kr.onn for thirty yearn after the war closed : to about 5 per cent., should suddenly jump to P'r rent, aga'n. it would he a aurptiilng phenomenon and a con sum ma: Pui that Would tender many f the boasted claims of sanitary science vain. And no explanation of shell Pre, Intrenehmenti or more matlgnant ln fectiot.H could dleelpnte the feeling that PCietVCS bad failed. But science has not failed, It any be elated with the utmost oonildencs that St per c, nt. of the Brltkdi wounded have not d.e,j. Wktll the ea ; tlgures ha"- I not ls-en given out, the death rate Is almost certainly not more than t per j tent., possibly not that much Why. I then, did Mr AMfUtth make the st.it. i mint? The reason s mat by .he term Kl"vl or tied of Wounded Total Mlsetna f aunds . CI rand . t : .s stT 1 '.I.eSO ,JJ.4 . . r . ; t . liuill hi pollca Inspector HfsssT. having l "wounded" he meant lo convey quits a been dismiss, 1 from aid re.ttated ,n ; :;;V-.:,t:. Ml 'LTlt. the force so often his head muat w.ur , T!) U rrn n..n-.,. ,y has two meanings J has been retir.sl on a pension, and the I r-;rst. there is the str- .-t, loatcal mean cltv will save enough In local expenses 1 ing, very cel l en used, which Inc udee Cnlumhla to make this dlstsoaltlon of hie case 1 all those hit by weapon or missile, bvery ThU Iironi-lif Ilr Wasui-TO. . . ... l.(.i, 11 th l. DIIUI lit ISOI Col.- WOl'MrU. Ill l.l.e r -"- - ICIS COUSCOUS. V III) Willi SUCCeSS S'.'Oii.ii' m.j - IKjrtunltlPS in fields where every factor i (if (he proMwmj f coUre manage. was opposed 10 mm. I tnmr. Dr. RrTLIrS svs tois Into iv.nll.ct with many outer .,... ,h .,. , .,. ,jmiBt-llon 1 payers leaders of the negroes, but he main- J fro,n thf ( lsk of rl,..,Pn,1,. legislation." j ,,,., . he1n s-own by foreign mu- taincsi u iron, me is-gimiing 01 ma . . tfc distinction la Otllte nilnnlltt. Ho was not less ...i,.i ,.,- ,. ,.oi , financial method 'rise the term in- lades all hattle oasu I . There l probably an overlapping here of wounded and those who died of wounds, but to offset It there are doubt less many both dead and WTMindod among tie list of tl.M7 missing, 1 .s to tin- si uementa that various con- I dltloni to-day are nutii ard oi. they are I ge: orally made by pTs ns UTVOamillaC with the history of other wars. Pol itics are no dirtier nose than in other campaigns ; they are neither so dirty nor so much exp-eed to vermin, as the gig appearance of typhus from the great armies teetlfles. Nor do the wounded lie longer on tits field : they do not aa a general rule lie so long. It Is a privi lege of soldiers and war correspondent! to think that e or vthlng In their par ticular war was more bloody, more he roic Bid more f: ghtful than In anv war thai sver was fought. But dvlnr wages and Ii iier cent. Interest on bis stock In trade or else he should want to know why. Tr,.os should he reckoned by the farmer either as a liability or when he Is looking over his Ito. a in rade. The old school lumberman has biassed lentlment loo much to hi own advantage In his references to fore-try as something for tile rich man to play at who wants to keep t.ees to loo . at. Twenty years ago pOMlbly Hi" portable sawmill had a pi SCI It. movll n "..to lot- where the plro tlniher wis dense and rutting off the largest and ripes' trees, Kven then, though, selective cut ting and thinning WOUld have hern In order If we had known what we know-to-day. Then timber st.inipage was worth hut one-fifth of what It Is to-day arai you could hardly blame Ihc farmer for letting fho mill onto his land, when with all the long teaming he got so lit tle for his logs st the old Water mill. Hut to-day for him to allow- -in pi. 'side corporation to come onto his property and cut clean Is to" much like a forced sale of the stock in trade. It Is like leaving n .1 per cent. Investment Which lie a Ight work at himself and earn good wages besides for a 1 per cent, one Tim sum received for hi- lot leemi nig, but possibly the purchasing agent is not paying him over a compounded 4 per c.-nt. for his original Investment Ife failed :.i get hla I per cent, and bought a gold brick. Timber commands enough to-day so that the farmer Is paid for going Into the woods ai d can fully edectlng out that part of the tree crop which Is r.pc for cutting each Winter nnd also the COI) of the b. tilling to noli even though It he ten mltea. i.oeni banking and agricultural Insti tutions ihOUId hear a lar-e part of the responsibility for this actual shortsight edness. Pan, w Qotosat'iT. Nxw YORK November in. ONCE A CAPITOL. Saie the Hotel Kojal of New Or leans. Oraadenr in Deeay. Certain fsCtl and flgurs scie e. . impreaelvely from the great rm - I seat information Supplied about ('.' , L'ntveralty's year's ictlvitlet by Nicholas Murray Hu'ler, its ice . I r. Untie" s annual report, submitted . the public 5 esterd tv, states the t total enrolment at ('olumhla ! Il.lt;, which makes Columbia the biggest in, sitiution of learning In this , . The faculty alone hUtnberi !: re--sons, or rather mors tl-an I be total en rolment of many lubstsnttal collsgW. The financial statement alone p. dlcatlve of the bigness or the nnlvtr- llty and the e i.le si ore of its werl:. .!tio IS!" i, the year Het'i Low wns elected preeidenj of Columbia, the lum of IS.0lt,iU.3f has bean g.vni Ui ii insttlui Ion. ( f this amount ale. at ??T . 000,000 was contributed In the adndaia tr.ition of prealdent Butler, whtnn be gan In 1101, Last n..r the ash gifts amounted lo 1114,101 If. Among t. principal contributor! were William k Vanderh.lt, 113,7&A for the s trd cal School site; the estste of lOMgl Pulitzer, t0,v00 fo- the gchool of Jour- nailim endowment) Mrs. Samuel tv Brigham, til". ; the Df and Mr- Frederic B, le Bund. 110,000; r. tn'e of Admiral fie.rge W, Melville, IS.3t0.13, and .ieorge f.hre;, Jl -iO (ne Of the most Interesting patts ef Dr. Butler's report deal! with the put - in- habit of Injudiciously crttbiiatng University professors and with the baa taste nnd bid manner! of professor! who becomi involved in loud atrlfs ovt 1 "a. idelUie freedom." I Nenrloa etc I on. tied On. fr Butler's refercneee to tv swn j Hearing case in the University of pnn- aylvanl i are very thinly :.lp1 Indeed. I I le says : j ".Ml this WOUl 1 be amtl5lng wets ft I not s.ci It illustrates onos mors how m.Kh the public at l.rge has still to learn a- to t ,e s.gmti it a an 1 pti pose of universities. Ths notion wbtak is sedulously cultivate. l in some uuar ters that there are powerful IntereMb Ananctal, sconomla slid toctit, shlch Wish to . urb tiie proper fret lom ef spec, h of university professors in America probably has little or no jn. tlflcai on anywhere, s, far as '''um- bia Fnivcrstty is cotc-eriied 1- 1 .is work at TuskcL-eo. admlntatratlva and .f Anierl"an c'les concprtieil with the progress of the lope is pestered w ith internal dissen rtie aetei from trasMaptos it is evKjent IUBI ii ine metnnersnip o.iicks in ine Liinesi si.ues ii.au m hsfnuae of failure to realize It iti tverp confined to the two principal those with whom be could not agree, j Jirju,flre Congratulatlona to presi nsrtv oittanlMtloBs, Rcmibllcan and ns to methods! their dispute was mer i .... . ..,... - - - I ; II Ml 11 I .n - I I I HI 1 ' . "i, educators win hive sincerity empbs- DetnOcrattC, Mr. Gonr's tariff board the means to be used, not the end to WOUld a'iwnys he In a tlcndlock poUtl-lbO sought. Ills belief was support's! ally nn the other band u Prcsldpnt t.y the Intelligent Judgment of thou--id Senate belonging to a parljf which MtflU of citizens vhn sasv in Tuskegee airea.iv mm mm uwuuvra m aar.is insam iimnumm wn nw " " collegiate business management ... noar.'a non-partisan urlff hoard could of praaalng problem. !n,r,ss,.,i bv the full exis.sition DM the school's snccess ,len,l on . ml m hi. a hnrlMl svstssn The an- nltles. all those who are 'ounded. Home of these ,11.. soon, some later. There is a second meaning of the word "wounded." and a meaning made corn-mo- by l"ng and widespread usage. II i is the meaning used ty most if not a.i For any political corporation ant I writers on miiltars ststlstlcs. With this lous to get into dht American mu-. t:.. word or tsrm includes only nlclnalities offer a splendid coure of. """ ...' V .'.:,'.'" ..... insirui'tion. ,,, ategorlco, the careful ...el unprejudiced student knows 'hat sue VlffWS are fakes. The American wlto thlnka that wounded men never lav on tiie fl. Id for days has evi dently nevr read the sior: of the gee .end Bull Kir and .'old Harbor Men To Titr Bl Ivor or Tiie Ht-.v.-Bin The Rsattls Daily nmr, commenting upon the fact that the lioi.d Royal in New ( IrleanS Is to be torn dow n to make Wa) for a modem skvs rat r, reviews the history of ti.e hotel f : um rises sue I tion days, and sa) B ; i a wonderful iiis p .vss i.p Hstel Royal latnossaays; xnere tne Tenuence oac-1 justification whatever. Tliai thers s- I weodemsa," wha had iravslled down ths..g, elements In the population whk . j Misiiisippl with i.i- po,-K, . f..n of amsei-jdg desire to curb t.ie proper freedom in dollars, met tl.e descendant! of the,of speech of tmP'ersm professoil ', Arcadians, ths Dnn from Cubs snd Me-j however, Indliputable, loo snd the , r.ltdren of thl Virginia Cav- . lenulne cases of the Inv islon ef aei wounds .. pal -rirw as under .tl atid die .s .eroi.-allv trar.1 or Napoleon s!'il hy son.o honest envy. Not only collegians but business men Inclined to sceptical regard of i to a nos;).- .. . ... u ,,,,i , au. All thoes hit are divided Into two . ',' ,'.,'.,,'' .',..' killed" and "grounded. , ;. , . '.. . ... ... v.... erect that moiety niemlrsliip into ;i plurality at any time When the ex piration of a term permitted by the simple expedient of splpeHug for the vacancy n Prohibitionist, a rnhorlte. ;i Boclallst, or a member of any out lying organisation. Next, ns to the scope of tbP pro posed board's operations and Its sc inal power in influencing the forma tion of the schedules: As nilobt be expected of so good n rsmstltutionnl lawyer us Senator (iosr.. bis bill makes no attempt to Invest he propospd international trade nnd tariff boanl with any legislative pow prs svhatover. or would he give It nuy pracHcsl functions of any sort beyofld the ordinary warrant to con duct InvesfJpaUons, to bold hearings und coropcl testimony, to meet regu larly fonr times a yenr, or oftencr 1f the Fr-sklont caUs, and to travel. In the person of the members or the board's employees, anywhere In this country or abroad In pursuit of In formation. The duties of the board of six commissioners at $7.roo ach are "to study nnd Investigate"; "to re port from time to time"; "to consider the conditions of domestic and for plgn commerce and wsya and means ror presenHng the same"; "to submit recommendations for the proper ex pansion of foreign commerce"; "to render such other assistance to the committees of either house of Con grass as may be from time to time rejqulreU"; and so on. vaguely and interminably throughout marchlug or ilere that march to no definite or pmcti'.'al conclusion. Vow, Tnn Sir is not greatly im pressed with the Importance of add ing thus esi.cuslvply nnd ostenta tiously to the. fungoid growths upon the body politic. In recent years there has grown np In new depart ments of the Government, in oobv missions, in bureaus, a stupendous mass of mnchtneff for the eo'ilectJon if Information, for study, investign- ion. recommendation and reporting from time to time." Some of It Is iseflll : much of It is unproductive of insults except ns it causes ths Oov Vim onl printing presses to groan nut lillllonn bullions on the taxpayers, i he lulls shops yawn for a very large ,.i-i ifp of the laboriously so- 1 1 rod and Imperfectly coordinated lutput, Much of this tremendously only research and collection could ',e dlspcuised with, Much .f it Is unfruitful. The enfiro system, UU- lumui'n to ti.c governmental methods if a genorutlon ago, Is coining to he one of those "efficiency" devices ,f cnlnliiglllg and cross referencing winch so elaborate that in the il tin y ho. uiue the miisier Instead Of tin- Mtpvillll of the establishment. Wo -ban- wiili most business men of lutulligt'iico an.i many broad minded gtatesmon ll nrtetlon 'bat. few things are mure desirable for this snunt ry than the complete divorce of griff in. .king from partisan polities, s measure promising subsiantlol prog rcss in thgt direction would receive jiir hearty support HucU a measuio, however, to be Dr. Washington's energy and is-r- nual deficit is a lixiur lu sonsllly. or was he able to Install niln,(,ti bnt Columbia's of last year organization competent to continue it Such questions Will b BUSWPred In the not remote future; It Is to be hoped that the institution in whl li he labored for ruore than a genera tion possesfss tho apparatus and per sonnel peeps. ry lo its continuance nnd growth ns a memorial to this sen sible and Interes-tlng educator. was on'y fl 3,500, in contrast to tic 142,000 of the previous year, 'lifts and bequests in li'14 svere Mllll little more than half of those for the year before the ar begat), Attention of municipal finance boards Should l directed lo this paragraph : "So accurate are the budget forecasts thin the difference betwpen the estimated Congress will have a hard time keep, ing down appropriations this session. There win he demands for expenditures f,.r rivers snd harhors. ood roads and public buildings. RepreisslnHvi Jotiv .1 FiTSQSaAlD, In pork we trust, uwing t the genera, u-e or tronoites t'lere Is a larger proportion of WOUndS I of the he. ul, and head wounds a!e par- n seems to ee .r-u. - me class "K:.iet is mane up .,. (nos.. . .,..,, th. .n lish. d that the belligerent avlatora in - . serbxisly injured to die on the Tri).r . ,,,, (trwit(r , of ar.-.rv Europe conduct their part of the flaht- Held I e class -wounded eludes nowtnan m verhefore ; conaequentl y there ir.g With refreshing chivalry so far the ren. .-..ler who icet. hosp-.ta.s. nf ,, w, , " ,.., ,. lei. o ea.-h ,.ther are 'bese s..n.e also die T-.e.-e ws elaes.ty . . ,,v,):,;v concerned, but there Is nothing to In- ., .,ia, there are m.vt.v dtcate tbn' their example has o far opportunities for nfuslon of terms been followed l the councils of thllf in the use ..f thl! word "srounded" with I i the two meaning!. Mr. Aaquttli. possl- super lor. My not very familiar -with medloo-mUI- tar st.it .st -e and terms, us-d tile w rd wad the first meaning, When bo aald that 34 1 SIS of the wounded died l ae meant t-i convey tho Information that i '-'4 per ent. of a.i those hit in Uftl , d.ed ; ither on the field or later In hos- I p fal. In hi! claOllfl Stlon of woutided are Included the claps "killed" ome :l per cent.) and the class "died of It is nlwavs lmocsslbla to tell I'l"' -m-i is' , ..-na 4 pel cent.), When be I u.l-r-. wr.o naa inra--. n ttu w--..-..i,,- ,,, nave not cnangea greauy uirougnouT , -t.-nush iie.iiia. Aiaitm and mih-ippi it ages, They tight aa bravely, endure 1 tn tt.p old Preach city by the side of the Psther of Waters, lakewus he met ine gamblers of thl Mississippi pscketi an i. If fortunate enoagh to sseape from th-ir rlutchss, I. .pr mt rhose of the Motel HO) Ml. Some rich man might put some of bis wealth to good use In buying Up this old hotel and Its s.te snd turning t over to the Government so thai this famous structure might be preserve. I ns a historic relic, t saw this old hotel in Ifi I ft. and was l by iii". si presented of ancient grandeu ' "" ' "-" ' '' ' presented of leo niav ini-r. aee .'.e jir-';oi i ion l...av I..O no. . ... in to-, -our.' of 11, h killed, s.nce a nan bit hy one bu..et Is ,,,,,', nova, M lw.., ,, a rard that was verv Kkely to be hit by several others I prnted to me when I went through of the stream pouring from this diaboll. tne OId t.,Kt ,,he Hotel Royal and the cal machine. Hoil cotMtttlone lu Burope ( t,ou Hotel ate the same): are a. so una, ns giwsys, i But with the ncreass in deadlinssa of freedom are s-i r-iro ,,s to n almost non-eslstsnt, It may bs doubte. whether mote than two such esse! havs o- currsd In the United Btstes In the pn: forty years. It Is a mlsnomt r to snpl I the high and splendid t rut 'sesdett i freedom1 to eshlbltlons of bad testo i and bad mspners Tno serloui sch. arly and responsible Investigator : r a demagogue, and demagogues ,-'i jid not he permitted to take l is natni If vain." I r. Butler fl'.ds th it th re" rat 1 of Intercollegiate football has heeti -reived With great satisfaction by tacla it I dents, the fasulty. the trustee i gone to public. siii,oi of .loo run t is in plana a hen Hussla or Yale may oomo bock. MR. ANGF.LL'S OPINION. Income nnd the Income actually col Ctty Pensions. lectori and the difference between tht Of the various pension funds for budget appropvlntlonsnnd the amount I j f-'xplaliis a Mlsc..nce.ptlon of HI the tKtnetit of municipal employees actually expended are u'most always' ideal now calling for contributions from the rerjr Inconsiderable." j .. taxpayer's pocket the Bureau of j in n time when the rule of reason I . 7e'.Tr-Vi '' "r'p- .'-sPp TitiT's. .- of Municipal Investigation and Statistics . ,nM n ruoru ..r less obstructed by the j jovemo) r 13 you wrote me, 'n the head tells the Comptroller that: 1 willingness to ruin of some professors, line, as saying that "the policy of arm- . ... - , .... , i I In Is a mistake," -In eftort, all the systems were ae- OOlumms mis nan :ts oaperiencn in j Nf iv , (y not n,pr.,y did 1 not tabttthed in total disregard of the pfln- : free speech. Never, sr. the report in- ny ,., i the address with which the ctplea of mathematics and rh. pra-tloa. forma us. have academic cntlcs mn TX"? w'ord'to .Ty exrerlencs and tiuelneos methods of so severely criticised by he non-sea-,' ; ; ' . f ,rmln-7 1 srss nesweni lr.aure.nco comnanlee." I demle world. COiUmhla S mil. MgS I very careful to Since 1905 tho public treasury has been depleted In the sum of $2i.714, 000 to support these benefactions, end the burden Is rapidly growing heavier. The police fund called for $193,000 ten years ago; for lOH It re quired 11,450,000, Annuities for In capacitated employees having thirty years service to their credit cost $81, 000 Jn 1D13. and more than three times declare that, for a'l I have been crammed and Jammed with , knew, it might he necessary Srsstly to . . In, -eease the ftrmid fOCCSS Of the l nltSd Protestant commnnicntl..ns, In most j B.It , that thai was not insfanops, Tir. Bt Ti.KS snys. exhibit-1 en. int- n horil.rv hnwnl on lnftccunit rr- '' n.d, that I tvm not oprc. tn pr?pf&' . .s .l. l.i, ii I ni-sfi. but DrpnrednMii by half men VI x k,i vp. pes ;itvh Hut of coursH pw-nm of ttMIO "r.vfal iKirrwrif"H of TltW Of stupid ity." Often tbOM who nt'n-io the Tir" ft"sor of itMniiic-e.y nro dni!izoKuc, ur". incompiei prpr-nnwi. Th prpar0tlnff" wg ar TWf lectiniT tht prepare. 1 nrvs ? poGy, In our HtM a nfUlon'i intort mil nchtu ran nvT l-e prott.-ii by nrir.- ftlono. ISO 01. t71 01 :n i'.hu r.fs n" ngn ;.tif;tk: of LhOtje 1 . r 1 of Wiirwl."i hi -n-( flu irti all who dlfl on the flM or tn hOeV ( I'T:t:. Mi-ri ta aip'-ak of thr-ei j ;rnr i nf woundl m rrr1't. th firm to .t.jo! (iylrgr !n hOflpttali j A:.1 thfr n go ram .r th : tiw of th0 tATtTt. THos Uvlnv on th j 1 ffi' iiavi- for th most pint rt(otvvl tVOUntta thar 1 e nf'nlv fatal; as j 1 fr th ohrn, t'i fur'-tii fUkV ii, ttsipnrtun' tv to tuny th nninl f dAtll Tln-sie who rc.ii'h th1 Jinsjut.tlt nr as 1 nil r t f- inp rv. y mi,n1'f1 nnI , the miriron Imw at la4t an oppor tunity to exi rvinr fhir skill It. ftfte:npt (ctve thm. Th mfMura fW .ifny of thi MnltAry ft-iff uttfj of tn s.t.' of iian:t:irv rtffltOft In jr"tirpal ! . not rh Wholt inimbrr of di ;tt!ja fron. i tllltU) 'RouTldf, h it tl pTt : Lre : rlo.iMis aninnir t;'i'e w:m rrach h;i;.iV If SS per oent. Ue (juikly on the Acid II mnnot oe hvold-'it . .f 2T prr nt. of Tvho ream hOffpHAlt die it Is a natter of gtravt -on-'-ni. f"r WW ltti cUtlmlrigf IhkM not nore 'han r per Cftfit. 'Of thJe Should IV-. I ft lar-nrs. then, thnt Mr AWJUlth WM WTBCt in tatft!nnt an h updemtood th tsrm 'Nrcnifidc4M ; but orfTir. tn th tiusl thnt the world in iwitraj han boeoroo aoiu nifii to a- other dsftndtlon of rl tOTilVi wf.i;oT:is t ht-r lt;i '.- n a (rrt-tter1 I ItlcreaM in Uie fstcLlltlcfl kix'.uu Vt' 1 I'n! 1 1 c intent kio n nun ami s,rtnor th1 titnlt try exj'TtM h; rut: I gvhogid of tiie ordnttnes f-x.p'vtH. Thr ro I I suits of sanitary sitlelsney ar psrbaps I i-'n in more strictly rnodlosJ flsidi ! Witness tit rsdirtton of trn-td .n tho I Jt;1tin a:my, frrw ',Vm) fa"'? nntl 7.otM dooths in tho Boor wr t. l.Oofl t,i-. and lOdKittis In tiie pr"ienr wat. i lint sanltory sol ones hso Its vlotorios in hondllnjr ths wounded sloo. Not only in ctilloctlnsj thotn QuicXly ond trons porr thorn comfortably to hospital- in the r-.ir, h it a. In saving twonty nvon out every ittu.d,,'l woundod h' in othor wars would havs died. llrltlsh eourafO la what it ha aln-ay een. I'.r.r.f-h I-oh In bftttlo ar.-i Svbout wiit Miey liave always beotii TPho daath rat of tho woundsd in hoHT'.fa.j 1.1 vary much than 01' 0I1L Why? Hvau 1 ; itlsh modlcasl otti. t n are oompotstit and maji'1 UM of ths u: ovr;ec and Imptove lUOnU tu.oI in eanltury riiTir 4iurSntj the ha-lf onttjry. ThO Hani m!gh otn pt. isouti norsi Th butldtbf formerly known as th Bt. Louii Ho: a.u rct--i tn 1ISI by th improvement usna. Tn soinca u eom m'iuJ hy M:. Pr niny. a . 1 1 -; r . arehlttct in th the- -ite bought th buii'iinf and Sisd It tmr tht eapitsi . mo ! :n ltii"n Ro Iff Winn th Usglt Isturs ocut'iei tbfs, hotel S:-it House th dams room arai floartd aver s ! v I With th h,ot. p-r snd used for "Ivlne of rh isip:!v bo.n. Whits th hotel ! u'"t th S'rit Capital General Phil IhsrtdaPi iur:nr ths trout) ssoms pr:'.d of rOeonStfUOtlOlli HroT out tho' Leytslaturs in !: n at ths poin of thi bsyonst; ths i!nn osi prentded e-r by spikr a. wiitSi apho sftsrward bscam Vgvor St th tty of Srr Or!"at- ar I then ( lotfsrnar of t.ouii'Hna. Th n' i tuttanal on nt.ieT, of 'r tramod in thf very dams fonra h Constitution ',' ths Ptii ;itmn, rovalty sad fsmoui n srern bsnqustel 'n 'hi sams hott ham Pedro. Emtiror of PJriri;. nn-1 ' tfttrward ht f rrnirlon WOTS i tT'i 1 Itfnry t".y WSI banOUStSd on ot SCSSlon , a r-a sf its.OOfl ;nR', Boulsngtsr I tbODlMlTOa, fMrful, iHThnpa, of heluR Inf In Burope : ...,n L.-n t. htr an uvt I It had I'i t that U fh rtort rnnr A '.I thU hu ! . . ... I OWO armet hICIa llu , nf Ii aWldOHI Mmt t oiurnrua nnor- Intaroatlonal potlc hem oivon.piUhaii without the aid of 1 .ttll lt, iaooo atudenu, Us plen-l wi.irh nation could hav nrtunrles. nnd lu consequeu.ro somo of I MaAlvnMfmt nmi eoninnnt end its I Mil - Bslglumt 'incioni corpn oi aawinisiTiiiur. um Ould have boon H'ure !f he h...- convsyi 1 an erranenne: Idoa 11 fur ; ..or rto :d I tt Mr. bS s . i .f tha Tt'ir!tns. t:; l-n.-h tn ilennn! Tht -ustr; itit ami lV-i-- I Mnni ara possibly not tju.r ho snVisnt ,ruM bs hnuKiit at .t comparatively mo.i ln sanitary arTalrs and ths f9srbtana axiid rats figure, sud i urae ths :ovem Turu ara at 111 lve go , ntant, or a wealthy mam or a syndicate, -an he no qu ".at tha "ot , "r n organ iier nt popular sunsmption, or .- . regards the wora of of Journalism Dr. Butkr "Tli" thr e yrar" oxp 1 has alroady been had fuse changes of policy, not vv ry uroi Important, which will und . rroatos tha aflfeittlvcncsji of j , journalism .'."i maks tt a re-. rest or tne university mop m mora helpful than a present, rea'ly bt-en demonstrated Uih training f such iottrnalisi ar contomplatod when 11 skii x faction more thus Is required supposed at ths 1M. and tn cant ration of energy a:d r make this possible it will I eti to restats th rondltfottS i to th School of Joum t' our' ptudanta somewhat n and somewhat mops effect vei iti tha ppeltmlttary sulj Important Htpa im .. o tho past year at Columbia of eancor and tiie pos dh 11 fa dtUtn a- a (lire. 1-r I'r.it. Wood, head of the Cmcker Ii or Kesearch at . lum Ma, ' directing tin- researt'ti. i "it has boon shown,' Dr I porta, "tha; in f-ro"fr t- suits from radium In i : t It Mr V" .i'.-..r ,1 n.n.P t, . i i hsve no ! mbt thst the hutlglna , ... . ..... ,. .. . laid aaatnst u. if the arwi skin, or burleil In Mu- tut.v . t.. J. pn m .i1. il The ( v tn taks 1 1 rvar ali'l tlfeserVS of our hii.-nri - ii monuments rjKAni.es T Heoeaa iBATTt-S, Wh- . Soven ber 18. or alllan -p. , defended it-, France? i the pension funds am practically bank rupt awl all ef them will be unloss thry are roforml. This condition bus boon Invited hy the city by Us reck'.oss disregard for enporlenr. nnd Its fnlluro to tske ud vsntiiifp of the easily Rcepss'.ble sl itls tlca of Inaurance, No firU-nte ror f.orntlon would emhnrlt In n scbenio of tsMieflts without attempting to count (ha cost; jet the city did this, nnd now while It pays heavily In .'ash f..r in blunders, tho nvipionts of pensions thomselves nmr suffer as 1nn.fnt vic tims nf Its stupl.Uty. Where do stand In the world co-n- iu lonnlns for academic seclusion, hut i blnstlonsl Who is going to r. on our menus to 1 of and for the poople. ide m demandlni ,t mora elvlthasd sea " . . . . I law? Who against And If we In a few more years her restored foot . .. a. SWBr xhrm. ,,w;ion. how km l.all team may he ahle to heat Yule and Harvard, placing this town on nn eqnal footing as nn educational cen tre vith CnrnbrldKw. Mass., ami Now lliiven, CODS. A Storm Brit Ahead. An incidental advantage to tha Ad- l.i.i'i-.cl solely up.m Its fari-o without reference ! uu in mane oe euuemeni i at ine per- i ent iko or neatna a.i.'.ni; tne woui aeii le nOW grater than In other re.-. t warn. T'.ls le wholly erroneous In what ever sc.srt it may nave neen intendeu, whether refrrrintr to the wtwle number 1' deaths or to thoee dying In hosplta'.. 1 The tft.hle t;c'ow wlil ilenvo etrate the , fallacy of each a BtSteitteRt. in tl.l i table the Btw nolumn s.ves the total of 1 battlS casualties (except the mlasi ngl iint.ri killed snd woundsd. 'Pie second gives ti.e percentage ,.f those hit who dl i 1 nn the field. Theve we commonly term "killed " The third column srlves tho parrsntas of the hit who dio '.. hoapl- lals. 1'heee we class as "died of sounda lum of the ssoond and third : this I Mr. AMUtth'l cl:ifH "died of w-o-milH." ! It Is the sum of thoee killed and those MIDDLE AGED RELIGION. l Noclect of the I hnrt h fne to In- dirferenre nr to Matured Intelleet? we pretend w defend ur cltliem or their trade at set? If this country, while enlurainit lie In fluence In. say. S mth An. erica, pile! UT frrcat unnamrrts and manages to create tho idea RinonR the more expansive Eu ropean nations that it mean! to ns ita military power to exact preferential commercial advantages tor Itself ond In eome imeaaure esoludo Europeans com- msrclally, it .may well nnd Itssif em- of the wounded eoidler has vaesly lm prnAsd since thi Middle Aio', and p-ir. tlctllarly in the last asventy-flvs years And this Inrprovsment ie most clearly Indicated by the decline in the death late the WOundOd In hoRV la .-. VVhy, there was a time when honpltals tiiem aelves Incesaaed tin den t ti rate, by the fad that everv Inmate wag eun to le- genns of his fellow luftsrera, and wai ! To thi Eniron or Ths Mtm -sts s very apt to contract pome hospital die-1 eT-ni of the lending rellaioua Journals r eane. tyvholdi typhus or dysentery, ' have recently published irtleli s com- The soldier wounded at thnt fajnous I rnentlne on the dlmcultv that t1 church inoountera in reaching or retaining ita hold on tl'.e men of middle ate Tv wrltera seemed o Imply '.hat men of ma ture years are art tn be ho hound up In worldly attain as to cauas them to no. leet the religious stssoelationa of the church. It apparently does not occur to them that because men of middle !;fn are at the maximum of their mentality ey are artier .niiiih. i to welsh nun to kill . c . . e.ven nmoimi of redlum (. Ulstanes has heeti de-i rm at ; ai hseti shown th.it la oed' r to ' Isfaetnry results mucl In ier must in- given . d nvu h -' nf radium used thai had be. pr. supposed, i .(her pliaess rf rr ' vestlgation have been the ei i hy the staff of a larir- liuml r advertised Vnnen cur".' hr- sis or druss. All ; th - it to h.. absolutely valu i vi-lio illo of won "ils all iii-.' iS rs1ilt.n ministrations rrana cnange at rmnt breiiea in goutn America in csiiy ana from battle injuries rceardinc adeauata eo.i.pnicnt for ns- SBirvatlng wars against great European tlonal defence will he the cover such Loose Talk. How unreasonable nro fhnso resi dents of Brooklyn who object to hav ins nn enthusiastic social reformer circulate the report thai the cirl pit- t.llu In ,,t,a ..f tllO hid. K't.ii,ll4 Vlsll rnrt whose patronage an.nses sjnnce or hy J ... t lead api stlon suspicions ,,s to the moral tonn en- f theories of Uplift to tariff revenues. forced by Hs proprietor! ' to P"W,fl ..n.,i ,.,. iti, era tion of management resulting In a luvjr a. .no to 1 1 -in -, the explanation that the accusation nations! wars Which Will serve no real immune to ua and which some definite- action will afford tc a prohahiy In- ! nses of policy might have avoided, evltahle ti.illd Is I Bond i"sues In! My whole peinl " ,h,kt rmi In the s ..,... I lasl resort are lor tho defence not prop- lues of pence an never popular. On I ( H,.:lU., of , ,,,,,,,,-y but a policy, I the eve of a Presidential election 'Vy Impinge upon Intllscretlon. Whether made neceaanrjr by extrav was circulated hy the reformer with out facts to back 1t tip. Tl.ey are unresponsive to lbs thoroughly satis factory acknowledgment 'hat it was merely n rumor. They hold the oh vlously reactionary opinion that the reformer should not give currency to derogatory tales uulesa ho bus evl donee to siippuri Ibenii If reform Is thus to he shackled, whence will romu tho material itii inch in aliock the sensation seeking BUtUlurat More over. It should not i- uverlooked thai the reformer retailed Ids rumor In I such fashion si to pacapo entirely the posalblllty of prOSNUtlOU for slander. ii sitniiie truii. which Amsrlcan history particularly IllUStratSS. If it arma ments an. to he effective, 'he people of this country, tho world at larso and ths prospective snenvy must know what pol icy tho arnuwnenta stand bihlndi ra.i- lfiK that, this Country wilt light tlrsl and laid out what It was fighting for after ward. And that is not tho way to defend detlcit that can only he nui.le pood bv national Interests ., . i .i i What ivery country uesds as well ns the Government's appearance in the t. is a foemuWon f ! llussoJaparessa tt RUSSO-J -tpii. i ir.'tnt VOr, Bilt Victory HI' n)i!m had one Phaive In tlire for Ma life. The trail of maim-', aoldlan that l!nel t .1. roadej hh!n.1 t !i rnar.'h "? NiijM;etin'a tlrarul An.v iror' '. n a nil nhiirnlriirf,.l, and oiif . each I four tlld (f tMe nv.ur.ile-1 who esoftped tin juv of death at Balaittava ttvo out ! of e!x rooovorod. Of the Garnwui tvAiisutad In Ifli "1 In eolt ik. . The last column gtvsa tha L,Uw,t ,,!..,', sr.'i'ce. one 'of each tflV.ve died. Ti.e ipldler who la wound, d tn l'rah.-e lo-d.'..;- and lU'es o reach a hoepltal lias n.neteen chancea out of Swsnty for his l.fe. te-t US hear no more of Increased mor tality nnwrnc the wounded. There has tieen no Increase, but, on the contrary, a great dei-reasn Sanitary aclsn, e han rutftrlpped the art f killing, The test tuts has hentn the shell. kfgnteAl, 'or.ra. TfssnTsroTov, t 0,, N'ovemter 11. Itescarch In Mens fines Oilier verv Import I ressae '. t being done at Polumh'a, Presl sr.i ler mentions espee Uly thst In ' -of oceanic chemistry Pro's I ' Nslson, together with a itro ;r ItUdsntl, ale a w -rh lipi ' whl. h have for . I elr . m the b' in the Ignited Stat, of perl tin Vc of chemical Ir lui'ry that ' " ' Peninsular war 5S.7Ft) Mmssn war. E.... 14,410 rivl, war. If Ili.lM Prunf s-Oarmani o..i'i7,as( Anglo-Bosr, H :4.7o 19 ll 11 IU fl . 171. 101 . esQ,oee . as'.?.-'. I.I I :, mafket nsu borrower, Kven as u meas ure necessary to the furtherance "f M. popular a movement as that for an ndcfunte navy and army, the tendency to look BBknnee at 1t and to Inquire minutely Into lust how much ami how little the war preparedness prOgrutUIUO is responsible, win ho very strong nnd iii naturally bo pressed with em burniseilng Insistence by the party in opposition. Vet with tha. disagreeable feature quite ijieal table, tha Imposition of n bond Issue fo meet a deficit of equivo cal origin will be much alleviated by Which the world cannot mistake. What do the armaments of tips country stnnd for wild reference lo South America, sea law, Japan and the open door In Asia and the support of pome International code for tin prevention of crude aggrn gjon by any nation? These are not s'n.ple questions. They will need a sreat leni of discission on tho part of the American people and are not getting .' Bui a decision concsrn mi; theme ns as ne. essary for security SS buttlsshlps, and with. nit lueh a deeislon Rttlntlteil. The total of deatlis from battle ln juries In the llrltlsh army Is "f..a per cent, of all tlsiee hit ; ra'Jier more than Mr H.Uit,h etat'-d In July. But It is Impossible to d!tennlni at present what proportion of these deaths isv.ir on the Held and what later In hospitals, for n . mformatlon on tiieso points has bean given outi i' has besn stated that the proportion of "k.lUd ' was lech. In for- mer war the avsrags was :. per cent, of all he. If we estimate tha killed at per cent, we shall have per cctif. dying of wound". Till! rate for all hit would ilgure out a rats of about B par cent, of the wouu.icd (il percent, of ths whole). Jt is vcr- probsjbls that 'he death rat! f tho wounded In liuapltals will prove to be nhout l per cent, in stead f -'i psr cent, Itistend of Ins erenslug the death rate ,,f tlio wounded hag ds reased greivtly, fjsuii one lu ihrer t America will Ret Into the same kind of or four In the old warn to one lu twenty muddle that Kurona manages t '. Ic ever many battleships "he may have. That la not an itrpunient against Lattle- rhips ; 1. ta an argument 'or smnethltig else a welt. Norman AfOgtts NBW i'osic, November 14. at nressnli A ' i le'tl.e tr.ti.1 of deaths from bnttls Injuries his not dsrnaaed so rnarksdlVi it ts aieo oonalderably ie..s in the Pa nlniular aiat Prlmean wars shout one third of all tlio.se hit dlvd, otn the lloht or AdTanee Onarfl of the Grand Army of Prophets. To ma Bnntoa oeTHB Bpn -gtr.' with the T'pesldenttiil aleetlon lws thin a year off I want to make a prediction as to the candidates of the various partial in 191I rEMei-aT!c: Tor Presides. WemtroT WIlSSS of "New .Tistisy For Vtes-Presldsnti Thmess ll. MaesHnll ot lrAtana srrr-iil lessi far PrlltdSMi Charts! W, I'slrhnnks of ln.tli-. i'n- Wee Prealdent, WflUSTn B. Ban.h Ol t1ah r sue aglBITI I fer PreaMsm, ITtrsm W .'ohnnon of I'a't'.vnla. I'm Mes-Presl4snU UlffeM V'h tu t ..- I si.naylvanla Another three eoenssed fight, wlil.h means "Alison : T.oit'F a'l " iNngPSK'DgMTi PmiiAPatrBtAj Mevembir 13. .... . ...... , vti-rfi ueriuinv 1'roi sherrpr before arriving at that time or life, una uvr making n ,..11.1 an .-iM.n-u ic.n no ,v,.n..strv ! C V many trioi men re-m n ouisnie. , ,,,.u ,,v( , ., . ., In common with the (treat mass of Involvsd i. 'ho Impro mankind In thl country, 1 have the brake shoes us.,i . . , irreatest rsspeot and veneration tor . hemic il utilisation Christianity, the reunion of I'lulst; hut waste with n view to when we scs enurcnss usnlcated t. tha Most High desecrated hy the preieuc of giscalled evangelists whose ribald jrsts and blasphemous utterances disgusting to those alio abject to a merger of the church and vaudeville, when instead of pastors who "allure to brighter worlds and lead till Way" we them on every hand drat:.::' n potltl tuetrie! that dent l'r. HttTr.in Ita! foun Ible to mere ise larp. gasolene from crude covers.1 a pr. " ess t' r Itantlal port Ion of rr . some of the basic mat. the manufacture of i I .. Butler suwe- Ir.to the church. Is It any wonder thit novelty hi reeo IlOW tlle.l hun h so many men refuse t leadership . If a man holds aloof from the Is ho to he branded as a mlaeiahlo Klin tier? Home years ago I became aasn- cl ited in bustnsas iii. twu gentlemen, iiot'i of whom wero prumlnvnt In chiirch . Work, one ii hush ottlelul In a c in ii church, Iho other prominent In tan .-nn-day schools of that city and hu Htate, 1 Shortly after engaging In the "i . venture one of the partners i'iiutloiri me to I on tny guard BgN I -' the no. I aiht member, who. he sal.l, v iv n in mitlga.e.l l.a" Th.. nir I me I'. I'onndeuee that Hie other .. I of tho lli-in w as a (rand r.lSi ,1 1 a I ghortty L'unviticed thai lnli were an-:, truthful in this lilllnuee, I.' th.' chni I would purge Itsolt so h . a . havs an attraction f. . i no-,-prefer to ii .Id t'omiPUtllilll itl Spirit uiiart from those aim . the atsc't. 1 1 v i. iic th gPBINOrtgl P Ma - . Noli mi inei.i of cours. -a ih - .- . Scholars Whose wo: 1. VVO'.li I rooted toward nc i . r gresg hut wh i woul i ' ' '" tion eii research worh w'l of f.irt ' cr dlsllnet . . bj grees at d other hoiioi preatdi.nl Hutler - t must receive before Sot n n.oncx to pteel tin. rxp.'i of ti.e latrclmsc. pi .e ef t for Hie Preshyti . in Host 1'iilleun of I'bvslr " s . ; au-1 Broadwio nod 1 st ' un - piojei : v dl fall .hi OIU! I 'Id lb- recouunriids II il 'v. iber s on leaehlug Polutnh a ' beln prepare all. us f. leilablp for ii,' .