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Wherever in America adolescent girls and boys allow themselves to be hurried into an early marriage, is the true scene of this book's opening chapter. To be sure, Mr. Norris clothes it in the wonderful beauty of the mellow Californian fruit harvesting, but as you read the intensely real incidents of the story you feel that his people are such warmly human Americans as are to be seen in every village, town, and city.
Before you realize it you are sharing with them the tension of the conditions which are making for or destroying their happiness in marriage. Increasingly you desire to see the final effect upon them for better or for worse of the marriage bond-accepted or evaded.
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Tammany and Fusion.....
591 Seteling Strikes in Pennsylvania...... 591 Lord Bryce and the Washington Conference
592 Will Congress Clip Its Own Wings P. 592 The Sourest-Natured Dog That Lives 593
Cartoons of the Week Acquittal, Yes; Vindication, No .... 594 Church Union in Canada Probable... 594 The Restoration of Rheims.... 595 The American Legion's Pilgrimage... 596 The Supreme Council and Upper Silesia 596 A German Shock to German Faith.. 596 Small and Lusk......
596 Caruso, Phonography, and Art. ... 597 Coal and Congress .
598 The Affections of France..
599 By Stéphane Lauzanne Knoll Papers : To a Troubled Mother 600
By Lyman Abbott When Liberty Turns Her Back...... 601 While the Immigrant Was Still An Emigrant...
604 By John Gleason O'Brien How Canada Handles the Immigration Problem....
... 606 By Robert J. C. Stead Democracy and Self-Support at Vassar 610
Photographs by Margaret De M. Brown
General Samuel Chapman Armstrong
612 By Lyman Abbott Of Hypselometopy
615 By Robert Withington Impressions of the Japanese Parlia. mentary Delegation .....
616 By Kiyo Sue Inui Coal and the Consumer.
617 A Letter from Senator Calder, of New York Adventurers in Marriage...
618 By Natalie de Bogory The Book Table : The Ideals of a Realist............ 621
By Lloyd R. Morris The New Books...
622 Contributors' Gallery ...
624 Publisher's Notes ..
625 English Titles...
627 By P. W. Wilson By the Way....
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AUGUST 17, 1921
TAMMANY AND FUSION
their nominations of candidates to op- economical management of the city's HE Mayoralty election this autumn
pose the present city administration. business. It cost about $275,000,000 to in New York City is a matter of
They have selected Henry H. Curran, at run this city last year, a sum provided National as well as of municipal
present President of the Borough of by the inhabitants, non-taxpayers as interest. Only three of the forty-nine
Manhattan, for their candidate for well as taxpayers. The non-taxpayer States of the Union have a population Mayor; State Senator Charles E. Lock- pays his share in the increased cost of larger than that of New York City. To a
wood for Comptroller; and Vincent Gil- rent, food, and fuel which comes frori very large extent the physical, mental,
roy for President of the Board of Alder- excessive and inefficiently administered and moral welfare of its six million in- men. These are the chief officers of the taxation. Another curious phenomenon habitants is in the control of its Mayor;
city ticket. Messrs. Curran and Lock- of democracy is that thousands of men not that the Mayor is himself, an all
wood are Republicans; Mr. Gilroy is an will pay each many hundreds of dollars powerful autocrat, like Lorenzo de' Me
for costly housing, food, sanitation, and dici, the great Mayor of Florence, but by
schooling, due to an inefficient mayor, his appointments and by his influence
without complaint, and will support him the Mayor of the city of New York exer
for office because he professes that he is cises an authority which in a way is
going to save them a few cents a day in more concentrated and direct than the
transportation. authority of the President of the United
The Fusion candidate, Mr. Curran, States.
has not only got to run against Mayor It is not necessary to accuse Mayor
Hylan, but probably against one or more Hylan of corruption in order to state
misguided independent candidates. If his unfitness for the great administra
the citizens really and vitally interested tive position which he holds. He is in
in a businesslike and efficient governcompetent by training and education.
ment of the city could really get toIt is one of the curious phenomena of
gether, Mayor Hylan could easily be democracy that a population which
defeated. The question is whether they would not for a moment tolerate John
can combine, or whether they will be F. Hylan as principal of a grammar
diverted by jealousies, petty political school, nevertheless puts him practically
ambitions, and false issues from opposin charge of the entire educational sys
ing a united Tammany. tem of the city. It is not of course necessary that the Mayor should know
SETTLING STRIKES IN how to teach school, but it is necessary
PENNSYLVANIA that he should know something about
The State of Pennsylvania has been the principles of education, and enough,
making an experiment in settling at least, to enable him to select the ex
strikes that is really ending many labor perts who are going to conduct the
controversies and that is worth examinschool system. (C) Paul Thompson
ing. It is a matter of common report HENRY H. (URRAN, FUSION
In an effort to improve industrial conthat if Tammany had really believed
FOR MAYOR OF NEW YORK CITY
ditions, the Pennsylvania State Legislathat it was going to win the Mayor
ture created some years ago the Departalty election four years ago it would independent Democrat, a member of ment of Labor and Industry, with various never have nominated John F. Hylan. Tammany Hall, and supporter of subdivisions, one of which, the Bureau It is also commonly supposed that Mayor Hylan four years ago. The of Mediation and Conciliation, exists Mayor Hylan has the support and ticket is generally considered to be a for the sole purpose of trying to end backing of William Randolph Hearst. good one. Mr. Curran is a graduate of strikes by reason rather than by force. This also seems to us to be a very curi- Yale, a lawyer of clean reputation, and The Bureau of Mediation is headed by a ous human phenomenon. Mr. Hearst, has been active in city politics for ten chief who, under the law, goes in perwhatever may be said of his principles, years. He has been a city magistrate, or sends suitable substitutes to is a man of ability, and he selects men served in the World War with an excel. places where labor disputes occur, and of ability as his leaders in his vast pub- lent record, having attained the rank of endeavors by mediation to bring the two lishing business. Unless we are very major in service, and has been an ad- sides to an understanding. Failing in much mistaken, John F. Hylan is one mirable administrative officer as Presi- this, he may offer to arrange for arbitraof the last men that he would put in dent of the Borough of Manhattan. Sen- tion. There is nothing in the law, howcharge of the business management of ator Lockwood is a graduate of the pub- ever, that compels either the employer one of his newspapers or magazines, and lic schools, is a lawyer, and has been in or the employee to accept the services yet he does all he can to put this incom- the State Legislature for nearly ten offered. petent in charge of the greatest human years.
The success of such a bureau is magazine in the United States—the City The popular issue in the campaig is largely dependent upon the character of of New York.
the transit issue—Shall the surface and the man who heads it. In this respect The anti-Hylan forces, usually known subway railways charge a five-cent fare Pennsylvania has had rare good fortune. as the Fusion Committee, have made or more? The real issue is the efficient Mr. Patrick Gilday took charge of the
Bureau of Mediation at its inception, keep all material offered for discussion ture, seeking the good of mankind as and made it of great usefulness to within proper limits."
well as the advantage of their respective Pennsylvania industry and Pennsyl. During its few years of existence the nations, able to appreciate the workings vania workers. Mr. Gilday was a self- Bureau of Mediation and Conciliation of those better forces which alone can made man who worked up through the has brought about the adjustment of bring reconcilement and peace to a disvarious grades of coal mining until he many hundreds of labor controversies tracted world. Such men did not apbecame an expert. His kindliness, wis- that affected thousands of workers, that pear." dom, and humanity made him a natural caused the loss in wages of many hun. Lord Bryce answers the question as to leader. For nearly twenty-five years he
dreds of thousands of dollars, that oc. why they did not appear by saying that was the first official of one of the great casioned untold hardships, and that they could not have been expected, since divisions of the United Mine Workers of would have resulted in further suffering the delegates to the Conference were America. He had also been one of the and perhaps in bloodshed had they not bound by the national ambitions, jealconciliators of the National Govern. been thus ended. Here is an agency of ousies, and passions of the constituents ment.
government appointed for the specific who sent them. Is there any cure for For two and a half years, until his purpose of settling strikes that is actu. this unhappy situation? “The prospect death, he served as chief of the Bu- ally settling them.
of improving the relations of state and reau of Mediation. During that period
people to one another depends on the he or his subordinates settled more than
possibility of improving human nature LORD BRYCE AND THE three hundred strikes, which is at the
itself. A sound and wide view of naWASHINGTON CONFERENCE rate of one strike every three days. And
tional interests, teaching the peoples these strikes were not merely tempo.
F the Institute of Politics now in
that they would gain more by the corarily suspended. They were settled.
operation of communities than by their So great was the confidence won for setts, under the auspices of Williams
conflict, may do much to better those this bureau by Mr. Gilday's work that College, has done nothing else than pro
relations. But in the last resort the after his death the machinery continued vide a group of thoughtful hearers for
question is one of the moral progress of to function along the lines he had laid the series of lectures or addresses by
the individual men who compose the down for it, and strike after strike is Lord Bryce, it would have justified its
communities." now adjusted and ended that without existence.
This is sound doctrine, and a docthis agency of mediation would drag on
Lord Bryce, better known in this
trine which we think is beginning to in bitter desperation. country as James Bryce, the author of
make an impression. The Washington How these adjustments are "The American Commonwealth," is one
Conference called by President Harding plished can best be shown, perhaps, by of the greatest living experts on the
is based on moral rather than on politi. quoting from a letter that Mr. Gilday theory and practice of government. He
cal and geographical relationships. If it wrote to an inquirer: “Our first step combines ripe knowledge and high
can be maintained on this basis, there is to ascertain the true and complete ideals with common sense and an under
is considerable hope that it may be sucfacts in the situation at issue as well standing of human relationships. While
cessful in some of the respects in which as in other related situations as to he never uses the language of the alarm.
the Paris Conference failed. It does no wages, hours, etc., in like or similar ist, he evidently thinks Europe is in a
good to sneer at this moral or ethical industries, and lay this information be- dangerous condition. He does not be.
basis of an international association as fore the parties at interest. ... The lieve that the Treaty of Peace made at
the aspiration of over-pious and imState mediators always try to exert an Versailles was wisely framed or can be
practical minds. As a matter of fact, impartial endeavor to see that full jus- successfully carried out. This is not be
the attempt to attain world peace by tice is accorded both employer and emcause Lord Bryce believes it is impossi
means of political and economic forces ployee. The success of the efforts of the ble to organize an association of nations
has failed. It can at least do no harm mediators has been largely because they to maintain peace and justice. On the
to have an international conference in have been able to get both sides to rea- contrary, he is a believer in such an
which obligations and duties take preceson together without passion or personal association. The trouble, in his opinion,
dence over rights and privileges. feeling. The mediators have been able, is that the Peace Conference at Ver
Lord Bryce's lectures at Williamsmany times, after they have surveyed sailles endeavored to settle definitely too
town make us wish that he might repthe situation, to offer a plan in which many geographical, racial, and political
resent Great Britain at the Washington both sides can agree.” details and did not deal enough with
Conference instead of Lloyd George. Necessarily the course pursued by the general principles.
We mean by this no reflection on the mediator must vary with the particular
The task before the negotiators at
personality or purposes of the British situation he faces. This item from the Paris, he says, “was one of unprece.
Prime Minister. But he was one of the Venango “Daily Herald” shows how one dented difficulty. New states had to be
Big Four at the Paris Conference who particular case was handled: “Mr. M. T. created, territories redistributed, and
failed, and if he comes to Washington Fredericks, representing the Department indemnities secured, and all on a scale
as the leader of the British delegation of Labor and Industry at Harrisburg, incomparably greater than any interna
we fear that public interest in the Conwas responsible for bringing about a tional congress ever before had at- ference may be diverted from the printalk by General Charles Miller, chair- tempted. A task so great needed not
ciples and issues in debate to the perman of the board of the Franklin Manu- politicians of the usual type, but persons
sonalities of the debaters. facturing Company, to the striking em
of the class which we now call superployees. As a result of this talk and the men; persons who possessed not only resulting conferences, the difficulty was profound and accurate knowledge of the WILL CONGRESS CLIP adjusted. The function of the Depart. facts they had to deal with, but also a ITS OWN WINGS? ment of Labor and Industry in the wide vision, a grasp of fundamental ARTIN B. MADDEN, from Illinois, is handling of labor matters seems to rest principles, a calm judgment raised above the new Chairman of the Appropurely in the bringing of the two con- the revengeful passions of the moment, priations Committee of the House of tending factions to a clear understand- persons who loved and sought justice, Representatives. His selection and elecing of one another's positions, and to looking beyond the present to the fu- tion formed the first departure from the