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Tuesday, June 11 1918
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kstadliphhd nv josuni ruuTzen.
EuMftfhca Dally Cxccpt Sunday by (he Press PubVLhlng Company Not. 61 to
(3 Park How, New Tork.
PALPI! PtII.TTZi:n. FresldenL tl Park now.
j. AriiU'H ciiAH, Treurer, J i-arit iww,
ur.tnr.ii or ttir
.TU AwJtlJ rv It irlulwl rntlllfd Ut
NMUM u it nr not ointrwiM rttdiitj id imj tp
INVDKCIDIXO Hudson Tunnel are slmll not, after all,' be subject
,to n sudden incronpo that would havo put extra and unfair
Inirdcns upon tlimisnnds of wage earners wlio must use the
Hudson Tunnel lines between their homes and their work;, 1'cderal
authority sets a timely example for
Americans in this nml in nil
take on with patience and patriotism the loads which -war may lay
If, for instance, in order to bring tho railroads to their highest
efficiency under Government control, it is necessary not only to givo
them billions of dollars for repairs, improvements and higher wago
scales, but aho at the same time to raiso freight rates and passenger
fores to u degreo that means serious
icans diligently toiling to keep up
those Americans will chucrfully
But, oil the other hand, these
can rightly demand something of
They con demand thnt crushing sacrifico shall not be Imposed!
upon some industries for the eako
administrative boards who think only in mounting billions of dollar,
careless of how and from whom thoso dollars must individually and
ultimately bo taken.
They can demand that Federal power shall not mako random
snd reckless readjustments of tho
merely on the plea that such readjustments offor tho most obvioiu
rough and ready means to ends immediately in view.
They can demand that war shall not bo mado an excuso for
setting aside reason and economic
exlruvuganco and a prccipitato stripping of Peter in order to arm
Nothing, in fact, is of more vital imparlance to Paul than that
Potcr shall bo left in the best possiblo sliapo to go on working and
pay the bills.
Thomas A. Edison is criticized in certain quarters for saying
that "no legitimate industry is non-essential except as it interfere
with the conduct of tho wi.r, and thon only to tho extent it.intor
fere.." TTiat is n.far safer proposition as regards tho lasting welfare r.f
tho country than the theory thnt any industry is bound to bo rcsog.
:iizcd an non-cMenlinl tho moment it Is blue-pencilled off the list by
pentlemcn summoned from various pursuits to Washington and theto
invested with powers unprecedented in the Nation's history.
I;t us hopo thero is going to bo something of tho HopubUc loft
after the war besido an Army, n Navy and a group ( gigantic War
Industries. ' " .
Nor can the war itself be backed to victory by workers who fcol
nfecrtninty of the future save the certainty that they will bo expected
uu go on buying Liberty Honda.
When it comes to Federal expenditure, tho country is equally
entitled to something more than big talk and big figures.
' The Quantity Trust Company of New York doubts whether tho
Government can spend in a year
McAdoo estimates as tho amount
Juno 30, 1919.
Surely a little open figuring
to expect from Mr. JlcAdoo.
"" u we smno Kind of, sober second thought
that rescinded the order raising Hudson Tunnel fares, lies the only
hopo of Federal authority for winning public confidence and rccon
oiling the American spirit to a centralization of power from which it
still instinctively Jiolds back.
Marching to Berlin.
(Air "iluAlnj Through UrartU.")
UNFURL Urn fctaxry li.niiuii- boys
nnd heed our country's call,
Wo wunt our boyn to Join the
ranks, we want them short or tall.
The Roche 1s looso In sunny Franco
and overrunning all
W'go to meet and drlvo him back
Hurrah, liurrab, we're going to have
a Chance; '
"Hurrah, hurrah, we'jl make the Kaiser
Bammy Tloys will make a noise, when
ovor there In Krancej
We'll drive the IJoche from sunny
France to Berlin.
From North and South, from East
and West, the answer's loud and
It Uncle Sam wants money and men,
they're there, they'ro here, they're
And by the God above us and the
flag we love so dear
We'lt drive the IJoche through Bel-
glum into Berlin.
1 . Chorus. '
Hurrah, Ciurrah, we're coming millions
Hurrah, hurrah, Oh listen to our song,
We'll fight tho Jioche with srwofd and
gun as we go marching on
The rpaAs that lead from minny
Trance to Berlin.
Hecretary. U Park How.
Vtm v for nvubltoUon f .11 wwi 4rWMs
IU un IM loc.l Mm tuoimoi niUi
sections of the country nre rendy to
hardship for millions of Amer
tho Nation's industry and business
mako tho best of it.
millions of hard working Americans
of others by administrator's and
Nation's indnstrial machinery
foresight in favor of expediency,
the ?2 1.000,000,000 which Secrotary
to bo raised during tho year endme'
in this connection is not too miuh
Hits From Sharp Wits
It1?? VFIx ha' CVfir fallen bl" thnt
String LJen "un help Us
trugfio through.-Ilaltlmora Sun.
-Kntton'Vrr9 MJrth,n ""'
Lima neane thinks canning after
dinner speeches comes right in line
Blade. conservation. Toledo
A lltOo Milwaukee boy iras heard
-,;f?LSlalntivcJ'' " h watched a
work. ,ni,a totnBr rden
work: "I wish my paja taad time to
make a, garden, but he'e awful busy,
News? pUylnf "If." - Mltwaukee
Jllm-nlnfl. - , i . . . . ..
, , uujiGjuAion im Doner
Journa?. rohln," on l H.-Albany
m,0Ut. H! .only cunnry require
ment of the latter-day housewife is
can. .Philadelphia Inquirer.
rrlndples are fine things, but a
cheerful disposition Is easier to live
with. Illnghamton Press,
It's the unexpected that happens.
Luck seldom comes to the man who
depends upon it Philadelphia nee-
ora- ... ''Ui-'nyua
That early to bed and early to rise,
...Wlen .verythlng's said and done.
Will make a man healthy, -wealthy
Is true, but he misses the fun.
.. . nPiUiadeipala liecora.
By Helen Rowland
CivrrllM, 1019. bi Tut I'rfM 1'ul.ll.hlrw Co, (Tht Now York Kiralcc WurM.)
NY man who marries an up-to-date girl acquires enough of a
harcru to make him pity tho Oriental who deliberately adopts
probably argues that while a spoiled
nothing you can do with spoiled food.
It costs a woman more to llvo on
It used to cost her to get fat.
What a bachelor fancies is his twelve-cylinder will-power to escape
matrimony turns out to be nothing but a foolish little one-cyllnder.won't-power
whon tho right girl happens along.
Marrlago Is tho only thing on earth that' affords a man tho pleasure
of company and the delightful sensation of solitude at ono and tho same
Pessimism is a man's natural reaction after too much of anythtng
wlne, lovo, food, flirtation or optimism.
It's a very poor specimen of wlfo
than be Is to himself.
When Britain's Navy Went on Strike
TUB great strike of British seamen
occurred In 179 and continued
for two months, ending on June
14, 1797, with the arrest of Itlchard
Parker, the leader of the mutiny. Kor
a time the strike threatened to leave
England open to Invasion, for the' sail
ors of both the navy and the merchant
marine were Involved. The first trou
ble occurred In April, when the sailors
of the fleet took mattrs Into their
own hands and depostd' their officers
but maintained admirable discipline on
board the ships.
The trouble was temporarily Het
tled. but on May 20 part of the fleot
ovatn mutinied and established a
"floating republlo" under the "leader
ship of Parker, a allor of good edu
cation. After a few days dlssentions
broke out among the men, nnd ono by
one the ships of the rebel fleet de-
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'One of the silent grievances that nearly every
woman carries with h'cr to tho grave- Is tho memory
of the disappointing way In which her. husband pro
posed to her.
Marriage Is a llfc-apprentlccshlp in the art of
learning to do without most of tho things you expected
and getting used to a lot of things that you didn't
Tho roan whoso Idea of "hoovcrlzlng" consists In
eating thu last scrap, regardless of consequences.
digestion can he cured there Is
a reducing diet hi these days than
who can't bo truer to her husband
14, the crew of the Sandwich, on
which Parker exercised his "presi
dency,'.' decided to give up and took
the vessel to Sheeraess and delivered
him to the authorities. Parker id
some of the other leaders were execu
ted, but a royal pardon waa Issued to
tho rank and tlio of the rebels.
AN Irish soldier had lost an eye
In battle, but was allowed to
continue In tho service on con
sentlng to nave a glass eye In Its
place, says an English paper. One
dny, however, ho appeared on parade
without hU artificial eye. "Nolan,"
said the olllcer, "you aro not properly
dressed, Y hy Is your artificial eye
not in Its plai-e?" "Sure, sir." replied
Nolan, "I tft It in mo Ikh to keep an
eye on mo kit while I'm on parade " I
T W Ihiblhblni Co. ,
Now lick Imlnj World,)
By Roy L.
Covjrlfht. 19U. bj Tho I"r" fuMldiln
II, I nm so glad to seo you,
dear!" aald Mrs. Jarr to
Mrs. Hangle, who had drop
ped in for a few minutes, "and I'll
havo aoini! tea made!"
"I can only stay for a moment, ''vc
got to hurry homo. I've been hunting
high and low all day for a maid. Isn't
It terrlblo?" said Mrs. Hangle.
"Tcrrlblo is no nnmo for It." replied
Mrs, Jarr, with feeling. "What's com
ing over them, I'd like to know? They
nro all flocking to tho ummunltlon
factories and such things, I guess, so
whnt can wo do7"
And to think what I put up with
from that last girl!" sighed Mrs. Han-
glc. "Thnt's what makes mo so mad.
Why, sho wouldn't even permit mc to
go Into my own kitchen, and when I
asked her to clean the sliver she aalrt
ahe hndn't time. Such Impertlnenre."
"There's whore you made tho great
mistake!" remarked Mrs. Jarr. "If
It wns tho best mnld In the world I
Wouldn't put up with ono Impudent
"t did let her go once," sighed Mrs,
Hangle, "but she begged no hard tollnC I would bo out. and I know she
como back, and I hadn't nny, one clue,
She did splendid for tho first fr.w
days washed and Ironed all tho laco
curtains without being told nod gave
tho houso a good cleaning, but In r.
few days sho was as bad as aho had
"There's where you made nnother
mistake," rcmnrked Mrs. Jnrr. "Never
take thorn back when you onco lot
them go. Thon they think you can't
get along without them."
"They are all spoiled these days,"
aid Airs. Rangle. "They like tho
men's Jobs better, getting on cars as
conductorettee, because the uniform
attracts them, I suppose."
"It's a shame," Interjected Mrs.
Jarr. "But DO take off your things;
you look so uncomfortable."
"Oh, I must leave right away," de
clared Mrs. nanglo, "I have to hurry
home and get supper. But, aa I was
saying, I'm sure no one treats a girl
better than I do, and I do more than
half the work."
"That's where you spoil them
again," declared Mrs. Jarr. "I look
after tho children, It Is true, but Ger
trude must do all the rest of the
work. And unless her dishes are
washed nnd the kitchen scrubbod she
can't go out. I'm firm about that.
Now, DO let me get you some tea."
"I couldn't taste It," said Mrs.
P.augle, "and I must really be gijing.
I'm a nervous wreck, nnd tea only
m. un uuiis iiin v;. I wia 1
By J. H. Cassel
Co. (Tin .N'eu York Virnlni World.)
could got a good country girl, or
"It's no uso to get a country girl,"
said Mrs. Jarr. "As soon as you train
thorn tto bo of somo help and to un
derstand city ways, they leave you.
And ginco the war there arc no emi
grant girls coming over to this side.
Now, DO have some tea' It won't
take mo a minute!"
"Oh, I can't touch tea except at my
meals, or mnybo the first thing In the
morning with a hit of toast," said,
Mrs. Hangle. "Hut do ypu know I'm
so disheartened sometimes 1 think I
nill hire a Jap or a Chinaman. I
would do It only I am afraid of them,
and they &ant m much wages, and I
would dlo If they smoked opium in
tho house, and anyway there's none
lo bo had,"
And thus for two more hours, un
til Mr. Jarr name home, In fact, did
the two ladles discuss how they havo
been wronged by the servant problem,
"I 'tell you whnt," said Mrs. Jnrr to
her husband, when Mrs. Hanglo had
gone, "tliat woman only caneu, minx-
nii) nau VJW v v w
long time. You can't trust women
theso days. Your best friend will taka
your mold away from you!"
And when Mrs. Hangle got home
sho explained tne lateness of supper
by saying Mrs. Jarr had talked her
into a headache and never offered nor
a cup of teal
c i e n c e
The Dominican Hopuollc Is harvest
ing a record making tobacco crop that
is expected to exceed 18,750,000
Folding vestibules for automobile
doors havo been Invented to protect
persona enter tog or leaving them
Paris dentists have found that sour
milk euros same diseases of the mouth
and gums heretofore difficult to conn-
In proportion to population Stock
holm leads tho cities of the world for
tNophones, with Copenhagen In seo
An Inventor has combined a power
ful boiler feed pump with a steam
turbine on tho same shaft and
within the same casing.
Tho Brailllnn Oovernment has
taken exclusive) control over all
wlr.less telegraph and telephone isr-
lyjcaa in mat country.
By Albert Payson Terh unc
Cop)irlit. 11118. I,, llif I'rrM J'uWI.IiicJ Co. Ifhe .V Votk Uicnlnl Wptkl.)
So. 31. -FELICE SCHMIDT; The German Spu Who Was Scnt 'yi
to Tempt Kitchener. I
UK was KL'LICH SCHMIDT, ioung and bcauliful, and
ono of the craftlcat spies of the. Wllliclmstrasse. Ue
cause of her charm nml because of her uncanny clem- I
ncss she. wns sent to HnRlaiid soou after tho present I
i of allurement, which had to often wrecked the hearts of lesser men. ThV
(lermans.bellnved and Kellco Itellnved that this power would also bring
thu gallant Lord Kitchener to her feet.
I Kellco Tilt bn a shrewd, If old, trick for making her entrance Into Br-
land. Bhc beenmo an ardent llrltlsh enthusiant and took no palna to hid
' her sympathy with tho Allies. In putllc, moro than once, sho made this '
clear fo every one. And she managed to give the Impression that ahe wa'
! In private correspondence wlfli England. She oven, It is said, smuggled
j wraps of German Information through tho lines to the llrltlsh authorities, ,
Now any German who did that sort of thing in good faith would hv ,
been shot as a tr.iltnr. Hut I'rllrw wnii AOtlsf
Slitt Gives Informa
tion to British.
With a grea show of fierceness, the Gcrmnn polico escorted her, In dis
grace, across the frontier, and forbado her, under penalty of death, to come ,
Posing as a martyr to her love for the Allies, she crossed to England'
and established herself in London. There many young officers and dlplo-,
mats were attracted to her. She used them, ono and all, for her own 4nd
and dt last succeeded in doing what she had como to England' to d
Namely, to securo an introduction to Lord Kitchener.
Kellce wan prepared to lavish all her most captivating wiles on hlL
Her campilgn was cnrefully and flawlessly laid out. And she advanced
gayly to tho task of charming this wnr-lord of Orent Britain.
Sho raised her Llg blue eyes with coquettish timidity and looked at the J
hero whom sho had travelled so far to meet. And, as she looked, her ah
castlo plans of blandishment crumbled, to nothingness. 'I
Sho saw before her a mnn of Iron and Ice: gigantic of form, granite c-t
visage; with a knlfo-kecn gazo which seemed to cleave through her flimsy 1
wob of sorcery and to pierce to her worthless soul, laying bare all 1U black I '
Kellco knew this man could no more be tempted or softened by a mereXI
woman's wilns than could n mountain peak. Her intuition told her how '
absurd wns tho plot he had formed. She knew man nature. And that ex' I
pcrlence was enough to show her tho hopelessness of her quest. " I
a sob, she fled In sUirk terror from
it Z 7- Trf Kltchcner's presence. And never again did she Xrr '
Spy Realize. Folly I to meet him. That single sccno ended Felloe
of Her Plans. Schmidt's mission In England. Sho vanished.
(wMvMMA.'r Soon afterward she appeared at Marseilles, In
.. tl10 Bule f ,'rult seller. She npoke the odd
Southern I- rench accent to perfection. And no one suspected she was any
thing but a pretty peasant girl of the Midi.
Soldiers and olllcers chatted freely
to go whore she would, with her tray of
tho outer fortifications of the city.
.1.7 ,.u. .". "i umurusure, ana maKing a very sclen
tlflc sKotcn of ono of JTancc s now big puns.
Bno was tried as a spy and was put
Ellabelle Mae Doolittle
CopjrljM. 1!)1S. bj Th! TrcM PublliMnt
Hi: Women's Betterment League I
of Delhi now has a club song.
Tho lyric, which Is considered a
of poetry, was written bv Klla-
gem of poetry, was written by Klla
bello Mae Doolittle, the noted poetess,
who Is a member of the organization,
P. Silas Pettlbane, tho populnr Delhi
tonsorlal nrtlst, furnished tho music
as a compliment to tho league. It Is
believed bo composed It at tho re
quest of Miss DjoIIIUc, who has long
been known as a friend of his, The
song wns adopted officially at the
meeting of the leaguo held In Hugus
Hall Saturday. Hereafter it will ho
sung whenever tho members gather
to. transact league business.
The fact that the song had been
written came as n surprlso to most of
tho members Saturday. After a Ion
debate about the lack nf ash cans in
Delhi alleys, Promptress Pertle mise
and with a pleasing wave of her
"SiBtcr members, there Is one more
pleco of work before us. I jcsll It
work, but I have a hunch It will lie
a pleasuro. We are to hear the wo.-ds
of a club song read."
"Why not havo it sung7" asked
Mrs, Sweetie Peebles.
"Because," replied tho Promptress,
"the 'C chord on tho piano in this
hall Is not in good working ord r. I
am told It has several sour notes.
Tho young woman who Iiob' written
these words would Blnir them, but aho
cannot uso nny other chord but the
'"We sec." sang out Mrs. Cutey
Boggs, meaning it as a Joke,
"Don't do that, Cutey!" (snapped
the Promptress. "Your statement Is
out of order."
"So's the piano," came from Mrs,
Skeeter O'Brien, bubbling over wltb
"Slough those two would-be funny
Italy's 73-Year-OId Hero I
NB of the most distinguished
Uof Italy's military leaders 1s
n.n Po.in r 1. V. I
seventy-third year. Ho has long been
the Idol of the Italian army, and waa
until recently its only living '.'General
d'Eserclto." Lleutenant-General is
the highest rank to bo attained In tho
Italian army In peaco times, and tho
tltlo "General d'Eserclto," or "gen
eral of the army," 1s given only to
those who have commanded an array
in war. Caneva beenmo a general by
reason of the fact that he commanded
the Itnllan forces in Tripoli during
Italy's war against Turkey seven
Her object In Great Urltaln, of course, was to stn
all the military and political Information possible for
tho Kaiser, llut tho chief aim of her mission was (6,
enthral Lord Kitchener. $
Kellco was bidden by her masters to lay sices' to
Kitchener's heart and to lure him Into Idling vital
RPOrVtv nf rmrlntifl'a ti'a nlnfll Iv I lflintllr WflA Lb.6
real head of Great Britain's armies. If Kellco could j,f.
but enslave him It would mean everything to Germany.'niT
The Wllhclmstrasso relied on her strange powsra
directly under the Wllhclmstrasso's orders In iMl
she did. So she was not shot; or even imprtsoney
Instead, the German authorities declared her a,
"suspicious character" and decreed that she tx r
onco from tho I'nthcrlnnd.
In her presence. She was allows
frult-to barrack doors and throurh.
. 0. .Marseille, police
Co. ahe .Vtw York r..m w.m i ''
ladles'" shouted Mrs. Pik n.t,w:
Sho was indeed angry. Promptrea.
Pertle recovered her good humor anrl'
"I shall Ignore you all." ahe mM 4i
"I now take great pleasure In Int.-o-'
duclng the writer of the words for
tne song, Ella Doolittle,"
The poetess steoDed rorvuM -iih
manuscript In hand. she was1
gowned ,ln baby blue submerged'
tlnolcum cloth with a sash of com.'
blncl crumpled and pimply effect.
Her shoes were of embellished canvas
with stockings to match. The poe'ess
neia up one nand.
'The song," she said In m.n.-
tone, "is called 'Hall Our League,
i snau now read the words;
With a cute little hn
Inches forward, Miss Doolittle rad
mo snowing lyric: j
Hill to tin !Mtrra.nt ltu.i
inn m u tt dorr:
It Und for no lauiiu.,
fiiniln thf rme old tim
W in ill ,U,r n lh f,.
imwi our work with wuj
Our conrtlttitlon hM . loj.ttj' ,,,,
And mr Uirobblnx hurt li aot .Un.
Mr .litr'i MM, Tfrr,7 nicitti -
KIckM Jlmmr HUk. In th aii
"" rtTT b did Pick It. '
It Ii doln woDdrful work
l-T .'" "nM U I Kor.
hot to flirt with tb. n,w clk. i
The lyrlo created a furore. Miss'
Doolittle bowed herself up-stag, JJ?
a growing uproar.
"I never saw that olerk." shnnt.H
Mrs Hip Sauealy. "And,
The uproar stopped n aW8. MM
eyes looked at Mrs. Squealy It . '
only for an Instant. Then the ladlel
applauded with great gusto.
All were pleased.
I after his return from Ti.i-.-n . . i
destBTiiilH . "n( was ,
i. i C -""raana an army if
Italy became involved in a eons J.
While the diplomatic .twigta"1;
against Italy, part.clpaK tnB
war was being waged In rtn-J
Canova took St
nratlons along tho ltaloAustri IT
dr. When Italy decided "o ," .
conflict. Caneva wa, readv .-1
caneva Is described s a mn 'r
. : "I'i'-aranee, strorsfi
character, and great ,.'
" "MLMr warfare
mo siruggo for li.V .X