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TXIIVENIXQ WORLD, THURSDAY, AUdUST 0, 1917.
IRK 1 Valiant American Women Ready to Fight
!H0W 38 DROWHtO FINAL BATTLES
RUSSIA'S TOILERS '
IEW AND DEADLIER
Alongside Russia's Brave Legion of Death AS U BOA! DIVED
STILL DAZZLEO BY
POISON IN SHELLS ra
TOLD BY SURVIVOR
Contains liquid Which Pro
dim dai 'ITiat Causes
Mindncis at Well at Death.
HriH. l -uttmjikkf of Si'
I u n. h U Minion i , , j,!t.,
lhr like MU MmwI (
t pNAIHif rltr i jmu. Sayi
S xm- UtMJ t Sttveti.
WAIT ON AMERICA
I I I It if 1 !
hajwiioivk. I . au t
Hrttuh HH4l omwf m rrin
a 4rtmrlh Ik ttalMr ut lha new
poison ut. II ! lHva4 far te
Aral tlmt tr tJrrmana on the ,
yrnch town r Arrneniiere a, rier
ttia lUtflUn frontier. Tt poison
baara rertaln reswnManea to th
a Jrirti iHH(rrHr Mlndal
lari iumbr of llritlrti lrMa
fortnight aga, but IU effecta ara
Infinitely mora serlaus,
A number of persons taken frcan
Arm nvjerea ara in a rrava ronaniun, .
Many va died In hoaplula at ,
laxMrourk, Atre-on-lhe.J.y and
particularly at Ht. I'ol-on.the-Ttr-
nolM, nhtra nioit of the rtetima
Tha first lima the new poison was
observed It coincided with the tiring
Into tha town of a hall of small
rhtlla of a calibre Inrufflelenl to
break tha paving. Thcsa contain
neither powder nor gas, but a color
leas liquid which spreads over tha
oil. In the itreeti and In tha court
yards and gardens. Where tha shell
bunt traces of tha noxloua liquids
may be found.
At tha liquid ernporatea It pro
duce! a heavy km which penetrate
from rtfom to room and descends
Into cellars. It la tenncloui tn char
acter and scorns to make more vie
tlma among women than men, doling
about their hair. Tho funic of to
bacco seem to act as an antidote In
tho case of men.
The odor Is variously described as
resembling that of ucctylcnc, mlg
nonettu or pungent mustard. Its
effects nro not Immediate. Homo In
habitants of Arnicntlercn who In
haled tliu emanations In tho forenoon
returned homo without experiencing
any III effects and took liinchoon, but
rive or nix hours lator they wero
obliged to taku to bed and their con
dition became, rapidly worse.
The victlm.n nt tlrnt wero affected
In the bronchial tubes. Then their
eyes swelled and. eventually they lost
their slRht. These symptoms were
accompanied by u. fooling of burning
Inside and an Incessant coukIi und
fever. Tho skin turned un earthy
color and In several cases de.ith fol
lowed rupldly. Occasionally, In ad
dition to the symptoms mcntltfncd,
tho victims wero affected by tcrrlbla
hallucinations and delirious laughter.
The Bifurcated Evening Gar
ment Will Make Its Appear
ance This Fall.
CHICAGO, Aug. 9. Trouser eve
ning gowns aro on the way. Women
have always wanted to wear the
breaches, und now they may do so
with perfect proprloty in drawing
room as well as In tho factory or
Tho feminine "hrccchcs" will make,
their debut at formal functions this
fall and winter, according to an
nouncement at the semi-annual gar
ment show, which makes the bifur
cated garment olllclal.
When pardoning and outdoor work
became tho fad among women at tho
beginning of tho war and tho general
call for vegetables sent thousands of
them Into tho Jidda troiiHcrcttus be
came, popular. Thoy wore so com
fortable that tho Idea is not to bo
One feature of the garment show-Is
the return of tho old fashioned
basquo our grandmothers wore, tho
tight fitting concern that gave her
""ho architectural lines of a wasp. She.
can dig tho old basque out of tho
attic and find It right In style ng.iln.
Llc-ht shades ' will nredomlnuto
during tho next six montlVi, and furs
of ull kinds will bo used to trim win
ter coats. Itccrcatlon costumes nro
a porfect scream with their marvel
lous riot of colors. Green, red and
orange aro thrown together with
reckless prodigality and stunning ef
fect, Coats and capes will be lined
with brocaded sllka and satins of the
gaudiest and richest hues.
Germans I'mif Incite Leather Shorn
Nrnt ta I'reiuh 1'rUoner.
PAH! 8, Aug. 9.- The War Offleo to
day advised relatives of Krcnch sol
diers held prisoners In Germany not
to Bend leather shoes to thorn. Tho
Germans confiscate the shoes, and
jiono of them reach the prisoners.
No Dinner Party J,?-
urlthmlf I!.i1l.fina nn th tnlilA tr. rnllnvn
OFF ASHUN SHOW
thn dlsrnmfnrt nr mln of tlinsn who I muy nave mo regular inrantry
tho discomfort or pam of thoso who nml cavary MU ln UIllfonn um,e'r
over-eat or drink, Gotn25c or75cj)kK 1 Ofileorn of the United States Army,
Dti Li - A m srmovw"
ax m arcoi era ju cr w ra a w
Vlj aIWlllW ai' maaBVailBHanKVAt A C- I I
There's a Complete Regiment of
Them Under Command of
Gen. Ida Powell Priest and.
Col. N. J. Boardman, All
Trained to the Minute and
Ready to Give as Good Ac-i
count of Themselves in Battle '
as Did the Noble Women of
the New Republic "If They
Send the Men to France We'll
Go to Russia," Declare the
Twentieth Century Valkyrs.
sm. vs& N'V ' y
THF, American Woman's Lcaeuo for SolM)cfcnno haa orBontzed nn
American rcclmcnt of women and plans to send It to tho custom
front to servo beside the Kufslan women's Legion of Death.
"If tho Government Is sending our men to fight In
Frnnce, wo'll go and fight In Kugcla!" valiantly declared
Col. N. J. Ilonrdmnn of the woman's regiment, when I
talked with her and with Gen. Ida Powell ITlest at
headquarters, No. 303 Fifth Avenue.
I had taken to them tho glowing comment on the
Legion of Death
jLjrf Hoot. "I never saw a finer lot ot foldlcrs than thoso
ft t Russian women who Joined tho army to fight their
u2STi country's battles," said Mr. Uoot. "Lot tho men of
Itussla and of America, too, look to those heroic women fighters of Russia,
and they will hang their heads In shame to think that women had to spur
them on In this way.
JT would not surprise me If, as
mini Hwt-n u"i vllli.l lu.iu WUIIIUIl
dliLthe same thing. American women
ust na rapablo and noblo as
those of Russia, And when the call
comes, and I would not be surprised
If It should, we, too, will see women
giving their blood on tho field of
In that hour Mr. Root, one of our
few markedly Intelligent nntl-Suf-fraglsts,
may pay to American women
the trlbuto ho offers, against his
principles of n lifetime, to tho Rus
h u ii Valkyrs:
"Russian women havo surely earned
a right to a volco In political affairs,
and not only havo thoy earned that
right, but th.i welfare of the new
ItUHHla depends on their exercising
"American women are as patri
otic, at brave and as physically
fit for the trenches at are tha
women of Rustla," Qen. Priett
told me. "If tha need arises, our
woman's regiment Is ready to go
to the front and endure all tha
perils of the battlefield. My sis
tor said to me the other dnyi
'You won't fjo abroad, will you,
when I have nobody but .you?'
answered, 'I have offerod my .
.cervices to my country, and if I
am called I shall qo.'
T THINK, as Col. Honrdman says.
that our women should go to
help tho women of Hussla, as our
men aro standing shoulder to shoul
der with the men of France. I am
glad that Mr. Root recognizes our
ability, but what he sees now wo saw
nearly three years ago when wo
organized and begun giving military
at ill to women under army officers
In the armories of New York.
"At least 2,000 American women
have been given war training by our
organization slnco It sturted and we
now can mobtltzo a woman's regi
ment numbering between I.jOO and
l.tiOO. At tliu beginning of hostili
ties wo put our services at tho dis
posal of the Government. Our
league has twelve branches fully or
ganized and headquarters In six
"tates Now York, New Jersey, Penn
sylvania, Ohio, Wisconsin and Cali
fornia." "Hut how much military training
do tho women uf your regiment ro
icive?" I asKea
scores mauo by somo of our
Wo havo not yet given them
t llPaHHaT" Ill ICffli Ml it.mh aar- m..im.' w-rnf..
1 ' -iz
v . I I N I KrrPMhNHAWY
JubI uttered by former Senator L'llhu
but that will come If
'TMIIS ifl-our second year of drill
ing under military supervi
sion. The leaguo Itt composed of In
fantry und military scouts. Tho
girls receive training on tho armory
floor 'iti tho samo movements which
they must make later on hursobnek.
All members aro required to attend
the rcguiardrlU unless physically un
"There aro cavalry classes Mon
day, Tuesday and Friday evenings
at First F. A. Artillery, Ilroadwuy
and Hlxty-eighth -Stieet; Infantry
drill on Thursday evenings at tho
U. S. .Junior Naval Reserve, No. 217
Wen Fifty-sounth Sin-.t, and But
unlay evenings at the Twenty-second
llrgiment Armory, uronuwuy ami
One Hundred und .Sixty-eighth Street.
"Tho discipline of our organization
Is strictly military, ami members aro
subject to court martial for Infrac
tions of our rules or for any act,
committed In uniform, that merits
comment or adverse intirism.
"If we can do nothinn else, Just
at this moment," concluded Gen.
Prieit, a note of frank Indiana
tlon sounding in her voice, "wo
ouoht to 'make athamed the mas
culine slackers who are marryind
to escopo the draft, or clamorino
for exemption on any unnecessary
grounds. Not one of tho members
of the woman's reaiment would
evn tpook to a man whom she
knew unwillinf) to defend hit
" X7 nro ft ,uc'-1,'1", American
regiment," Ci Iloardman
emphnHlzed, when I asked her about
tho inombershlp of her force. "No
woman Is allowed to Join unless sho
is an American citizen or can show
her tlrst papers. Hhe must tako the
oath of alleglaiieo to iho United
Stnte.i, and sign allegiance to tho
American Woman's Leaguo for Self.
"livery girl ln the regiment receives
military training and military disci
pline. In addition, s)u may take a
course in wireless telngiaphy. first aid
motor driving, motor eycliiig, Blgnal-
llng, swlnimlng, or jiu-jiihu .v num
her of members uf mu regiment .al
ready huvo been detnehed cm special
duty In Franco wit a t!m I ted Crohi
und tho 1'nitid States nulit.iiy forces
"Juat now wo want recruits
for training In polico work. It
teoms likely that womon will
bo needed for patrol and protoo
tlvo duty in Now York City bo
fore lonn. Many of tho tocUl
and wolfaro ornanizationt ars
askina for pollcowomen. Whan
tho call comot wo want to ba
ready. We now have a number
of women In tralninq for polico
u A Nn von don't find tlin military
training too hard rr iho gtrla?"
"For our athletic American young
UUI UIIUUUIIIL.I1 111111 I U IIUUI . IIIUI1 III II I I
V MP 1 MMJV A I MM
luuiuiiii uuumni ni i iiLii iiuiiii lu
FOR WAR'S SUCCESS THIS EXPERT'S JOB
Will Become a Great .Chau
tauqua to Offset the Work
WASHINGTON, Aug. 9. Congress
may turn itself Into a groat Chau
tauqua when It finishes work here, to
enlighten every section of tho coun
try on tho ncod for prosecuting tin
war vigorously, not only us a war
for world democracy hut as a fight
for American rights and preservation.
President Wilson himself niny "di.
his bH" In tho same dlrcrt'on. poi
slbly by a speech on some occasion
or by ii letter to Congressional
Congress leaders were talking to
day of practically putting Congress
on tho stump by asking every Repre
sentative and Senator to go thruligh
his district during the rerrss, Break
ing on tho part of the I'nlted Htates
In tho war, and emphasizing that tho
United Htates is fighting for tho fu
turo, not of the world but of Itself.
Thoso who favor tho plan point out
that the country Is hearing mam
agitators who opposo tho draft and
participation In tho war. They think
that fathers and mothers who arc
giving sons to the colors should hear
something on tho other side of tho
question and from olllclal sources.
Thr Xonrdnm In I'nrl.
nOTTBftnAM, Aug. B. Tho Hol
land-America I.lno steamer Noordam,
which has been lying off thn Hook of
Holland for sovernl dnys with u hole
seven metres long by three metres
wldo in her side, inudo by a mine,
has been pumped out sufficiently to
cntor tho now wntorway und has ar
rived in Kottcrdam.
women certainly not!' exclaimed Col.
lioardmrill. "0 lielleVO military
education and servlco us nec,Hiiry
for women und git is nH for men und
boys, und that our mnn will bo hotter
soldiers If they nrn encourngod by
thn knowledge that thnlr mothers,
wives, sisters und sweothearts uui
mrwililn i,t u no.iuRf 1 1 1 fi.ulwtfi wn
.v.... .1.1 i- i I
DIIUIIUI UUUI1.1IIIII UUIUIIUW.
"Tho I'nlted-Htuti h Govortimcnt it
self will find satisfaction In thn real
substantial help women can hind, for
Russia bus demonstrated Unit women
can join in the ilufcn.'in of their coun
try und ho us necessary us tho men."
Wl'l may bclinvo that ISornard Show
mado the logical case iigainat
Vnlkyis when ho said: "Kill iilno
teiuhH of our soldiers and mule citi
zens and tho remaining tenth can
keep tho papulation replenished.
Kill nlnc-tonths of tho women, and
tho nation Is dnsd, oven If every dead
women wero toplaced by u Uvo man.
It Is worth sacrificing a battalion tn
savo half a dozen potential mothers."
And yet oh, gleeful thought would
not a woman's regiment bo Its own
excusu for being if it converted all
inn Anti.i, oven us .nr. Root nas neen
converted, and If It utlllzul tho un
comfortably militant ebullience of
White. House pickets?
Bloomfield Engaged by Uncle
Sam to Superintend Hiring
and Firing in Shipyards.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 9. Meyer
Illoomfleld, Ronton, conferred hern to.
day with omclals of tho Shipping
Hoard and tho Navy. Ho was cm
ployed to Immediately start n tour of
youthern ship yards to organize '.hem.
Approximately 1100,000 has been put
at his disposal for this work. Ileforo
accepting tho Government pint
Illoomfleld was head of the Vora
tlon llurcait, at No. 0 Deacon Street,
Iloston, and Is nrgunlzer and presi
dent of tho Kmployment .Manage '
Association of America.
Tho Government looks on tho "hir
ing and firing department" of Its
commandeered shipyards as vital to
the success of tho shipbuilding pro
gramme, nioomfleld will choose an
expert for every shipyard to deal with
the hitches In JiiBt thoso lines. These
experts will bo preferably men who
havo risen from tho ranks of labor
who aro good "mixers" with both
cmployurs and employees.
The plan will 1)0 not to firo any
mnn. If he doesn't fit In one part
of iho yard he will be shifted to on
other. Tho employment manager
who falls to hold every man he
started with, and to attruct and de
velop enough nioro for his needs will
lie branded ns a failure.
This wns tho big prolilm, put up
to tho Shipping Hoard by thn Hhlp-
liii. lders. A special delegation of
lUlMflr!1 from roro mvl.r cm to
. Washington and explained the dllll-
rU,y f keeping tho men.
nloiimflold was at onco Installed at
Pot n lllvor us employment manager
on Government work there, lie says
ho lias tested hlH plan to keep III"
i m-n happy and that the experts ho
... m nlinnnn enn hnmlln thn situation
, ' f'
Snwiild the system provo u success,
It probably will bo extended to mu
nition plunts and other Government
mnniifacturliiK enterprises where the
Government has nxpeilencod trouble,
not in getting men mid women iuiu-
ra. bu In holding them and making
tlmm contt.ntcd with their Job.
(jrrmniir Semis Piillali Lenders l
CDPKNHAGKN, Aug. O.-Heveml
nn.iiiti.ra of the Polish radlenl left
bnen tried by a flermnn rourt
n.iirtuil for iittumptlng to Incite the
i ,ii! ii e of Poland t, dUiiu l.iiie
aiioi'llng to u desint'li from llerlm
I, ,. nxtrubladet. Among the pub
..pint in'irtluleil were twu PKiinellbn i
,f u milltitiy conimls-lnii, .leintrii
wluli and P.laveclu.. They were iien
l.ni'.'l to throo and five year. ro
Illiln Has Power to Control I'rlees
..f ( oul.
rOI-IJMIlUa, Ohio.. Aug. 0 The (i'n
1.1.'Ullturu hflR thn muviT tn llv eo.i' 1
ninl food prices. Attorney (icniiiil M
lid, e niled to-day. Prom soum ri
mtklm of tho Iegltlature to Mint f ' l
it I ' ' 1 1 firlen leKlslntlon Is pioh.iOI.
Mu.' ' rullnif covers both Ohio m.i.. .1
(.uui und tout biouKht from other bUWa
wi f Jaaa
Awri. aAM af I
MwvwarV Htta fmawin. lrMt
Hai ha tw ( fcirt-! !'.
' 4r aviaM Ma mKHOni
tH Aaata4 llm
"A tnrmaV hl Mm aaHHe raa
' u "i .t.a. aii -' -
mhw llw mii.. fttaMl INI )r
t Urt.ra Utarf ( ar wtrar
aptHia-altis H'a Ml ! IMimi
lrlu In an mj luil mrf
flfti rar4 fr la aMn arM tha
4lmtarl raaw lNatle and Mka ert eittaa.i i rtaatirr m tn " OuvaraMrat wtfh a whale hear,
fur mr naartaln. wt was taken , eiwa wit, aaraTtaff blows at arh H'ha la arkm af favarttmMi
ImmH aa lawlaa M I' IhmI. inter ale a th h ga runMnaaaa taMk i mUf la rw4a4 cwt ha wilt t
The maantor nt th rrtjw ware or- '
(lere.1 tn hll un their bands and Iha '
(lerHlau aakrd if MM war ealsM anrf Mtleat.
gunners among ua AltltaXlgh I Her; "i 'MnHal aet-unl la aim ettata ha
wer l". w miH mo Th" 1erit i tan lha IUilal Alliaa aw4 ihalr
li. nt askl If h hail any vkt ' deterwlnalloa la atlung Togelt ei.
anna. MllhuMt fallHrlng. hh win overran
"We wrri. tae m.lr,t tn Die deeJt , aawgulaiar uatlltw mm
r were taei nrdered to til" driw , w (((y n)Mt w(rB wp
oi iiip ni. marine winrr wr vrtin i.n.i
by the eviimsmlrr tn letniivn mir life
'MU und b. Il r.n tha .leek. This !
,41.1. Then .M commander we,,. Int..
the boiiM, tf.rww our ours Int" the sea ;
tond had Ins mn remnva Hie pn-,
i vLlnns Aflr that II, r i.liir were '
1 take,, out of holes In tha ImihIs whirl,
.were then east n.lllft ,
'The siibnmrlne went to the imrtli-
'enst for twelve miles, the commander'
taklllK the life belts to the top of the
'conning toiv?r and throwing litem
overboard I hid inliie under a rsln
roat auil ni Hi" siibmiitltm begun l
rXtiJiA&zr ,,,y 'r
until they ore Hivept off by the ,
l in. rest oi iin in-v mi
I I, Hill ill. j nt-i.'
ni the l.nat dived.
, sight One by one I
It was n terruiie .
they threw up thrlr
li.indH nml winl .low,,, nr fighting tn
kerp up, they splashed water us they
.PATROL ENGAGEMENTS ON
ENTIRE ITALIAN FRONT
Successful Air Knids Are Also Rc
ported by the War Ollice
HOME, Aug. . Tho olllclal statement
Issued lr tho Italian War Department
tifday regarding operntlons on the
AtiMm-Itnllnn front, says:
"Yesterday patrol engagements took
place along the wholo front, tho enemy
leaving dead on the field and prisoners
In our hand 4.
"The artillery struggle was mom
brisk at scmo points Of the middle fjoiizo
and on tho Carso.
"ln the morning our fllKht persever
ing In the operations begun on Monday
raided the Chlapovann Valley and by
dropping numerous bombs caused new
destruction and fires In tho military
establishments In this locality. A heavy
defensive fire reached the machine
and hit somo of lliun, but our K.illunt
airmen wero able to bring them all back
to their bases."
WOMEN TO PATROL
IN MILITARY GAMPS
HARTFORD, Aug. 9. -Putrolwoii.en
for tho military camps in Connecticut
havo been, or urn ubout to be up-
pointed, through tho Women's Com
mittee of thn Ktnto Council of Do
feime, It wus announced to-day
Among them, It Is undei stood, Is a
woman who luut been In tho .Secret
ILL FROM GERMAN CRUELTY.
American Here After llelnit starved
III Prison Cnmp.
IMmtind Unudscn of MlnnMpoll.
survivor of a German prison ramp who
came to New York yiaterdny. Is III In
III apartment at the Hotel Netlierl.iinl
llu arrived III tho United Htates yes.ei
lay III a very much weakened eundllinn
at til" rrsiill or nis etperienen in ner-
msny. Ho was In Ucrmany is hen itu
I'nlted Hlales enterixl thn uar and was
Thn story he tells Is ono of starvstlmi
to thn point where his iie.un siein .1
cirtnln. Then tho German otlle.alt n
leusod him, expinsslng tho bullof tlm
he would not Uvo long enough to le.ie
A Timely Hint
YOU pay less for Gulden's
Mustard than for
oilier high-grade condi
ments and sauces.
A secret blend of
lie purest inure
since 1807. At
clira- 1 1
Km t 4m Miasm
mo v ifc WaMarC aM
fM kMrMap liaat a mm waf.
f MM ataa AMta4 (Wa.
' Aaia .tr aait.M Ik
"aa fMai a4 wlN iaaa a
rrnltrat aaM law amtei. M-May.
" a faw4 H1 alfiaMr a IM-at '
man saarlaliali ai i- auaua
rata .all atrma an4 mara
"Th. ta lla far IW arlava hal
ttaa. 1H tm Ker gfaal arnw. Hat
baft will kw Kraat tWlh Ik.
Hritlah. AapaHrM aa4 "Vaaa Aranwla
"The llwaaiaa iroWai will
nilHH otir amis, Will ttf ubl t Ml)
'Our taak Is ! Jiuitlea will how
UJ L'C "uJ'ZJ t
nlH I'renrti l.l.xnl has Iwen pnxllKHlh'
sh- th Ixitlleflelils 'iti whole
' rneU nation MiTMpt.. tlin irulngM
tloii nf the war lis H Hide tluty, liilt
ii lnt which must be fur I wi long
hi liie war Is mil mtijrltt to ilnt
required by liberty and Justice
"IIHtlnh ii ii t I'ri'iK'li tKilitlnrs know
that siireesH Is certain slid that It
I.miiiH only Umiii tliu Hlr h tut
stenillni'SH of themselve mill their
BOGOTA'S POLICE CHIEF
BPP Prn nr nniun flnnCUV
iiuuuulu ui uiinnu uniiuuni
Colombia's Consul General Says
lie Confessed to Robbing
Mails of Slfo.ooo.
Manuel Agullnr. Chief nf Police of
ItiiKotn, Colombia, was held to await
the srtlori nf the Orntid Jury In ball
of J ."i.OOO hy ainiristrato Groehl In the
Centre Htreet Poller Court to-ilny on a
rhirge. of thn attempted grand larceny
of 1600. Testimony given beforo the
Magistrate was that Agullsr had con
fessed tn robbing the Columbian mill
nf 1150.000 in rush, money orders and
Alfredo ds frfvin, tho Colombian
Conlll General, was tho chief witness
called by Assistant District Attorney
IMward Well, Mr. do lon testified
that last Saturday Agullar had eomo to
lum and asked where h.o could get a
Colombian draft cashed. He was di
rected to the National City Hank. A
few minutes Inter ho returned and told
thn Consul General that payment on
tho draft had been redisod bccaus.i of
lack of proper Identification.
Agullar then, according to the wit
ness, asked altanca ln getting a
number of drafts rushed, confessing
that ho and iw other men had stolen
them from the Colombian malls at
llogota. .Mr. de Ieon says that Agullar
olTered him a bribe of Ji.000 If he would
g.t tho drafts cashed. Tho Consul
llenfral then notified tho police.
This is nn diSriTV 7
Outlnsr the Wholo
Family Would Enjoy
n.i:.L,f..i c c .
'.ili.ui .lummrr oporil rret lor All
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The Million Mark
The only newspaper in New York that
reached the million mark in number of agate
lindi of paid advertising published in July,
IW, was The WORLD, with 1,041,054 lines.
The TIMES printed 874,888 lines; tha
AMERICAN 664,876 lines, and the HERALD
The WORLD'S lineage represented a gain over
July, 1916, of 100,198 lines. The Times' gain was
82,937. The Herald lost 20,589 lines. The Ameri-i
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they have otirattiaatlotia the 'arre.
know hnw to nitrate lb mm i ,
unusual for tho workers t. leatr
their lienehe In the middle uf tlm
liiy, oh 1 1 a meeting and advla the.i
einplnyer that they are dlaplMe.t
"Their street meetings are tulli
Guaranteed the liberty of frm apeerl ,
they nro making thn most of It The
military guard permit tliimi wide
latitude nml they have some heated
wrangles on street cornars. At the
elimo of thesn debutes, Irawever, It is
customury for tho leading belligerents
to exchange cigarettes, shako hand
and proceed, to other meetings.
flio eiglit-linur day, enforced soon
nfter tho revolution, has greatly
pleujied tho workers. It Is a wonder
ful sight to seo workers who have
been tyrannized for yeurs coming out
of factorle at 4 o'clock In tho nfter.
noon, with nothing to do until to
"In many cases wages have be
raised 100 per cent. This seem. Inrg
but when it Is rnfombereit tha'
wages In Russia nlwnys wero low and
It was not unusual for manufacturers
to mako from to to 200 per cent., the
Itioressa does not aeom exorbitant
The working men aro Just beginning
to realize that their employers have
neen waxing ncn ore m em and that
heretofore thoy havo been taking
vocations nf from two to three
mouths during thn summer with large
sums In their pockets."
Describing thn Workmon's Council,
In which he sat almost dally for u
month. Charles Edward nussell said
It compared very favorably with other
similar leglalutlvo bodies. Tho great
er apparent difference, ho snld, was
In the absenco of laundered collurs.
Gnly tho newspaper reporters wore
them, ho snld.
"The council t very well regulat
ed," h said, "Thero Is no such ills
order as might bo expected. While
thero nro more than 1.000 members.
830 with votes und 200 without votes,
they are under good control.
"All members may speak on any
proposition l iney ursire, mil
Bprectics nro nmneii 10 ien minuirn
except In thn cases of ministers and
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