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German Note Fails
t'> Impress Bri.isl
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alto.' point were
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OF GERMAN NOT!
"Regrets" for Submarin
\itacks Not Considered
MAIN Ql .:ST!ONS
I | FT UNTOUCHE1
I ?jir\ a?, to I usttania Fad
Regarded as a Subterfuge
tc Secure Time.
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c end perfun?
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? idea of tin
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ea? e the ma'r
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sti 'nal honor
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n t'ie main point
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edil ?.Ai lerican
? doed. .- h ip car
"What Ihe i.-, , rnt of the
respect ? That
? ihirs so obi iously -utv
? ? ? , plea of a arfare.'
Does Your Say-So
Of courte it doe? with thoae who kno?. you.
Rut how many people know you.'
How many people have taken y< ? ?-y-to about your goodt
..I itt full value and have tested the goods alongside the ?t?te
m.-ni? ) ou have made about them
With such people your ?ay-? . counts. How rr.sny mi. h people
Of courte, Jone? teilt Smith that youi goodt ?re all right?
but that? a ?low pro? cit.
Then ?ay ?o.
Say to in tome place where thoutand?, or million?, will read,
and keep it up until they believe it enough to try your good?
snd know what Jone? know? about them.
I hat ? making your ?ay-to i ount, and th.st t. advertising
Don't tay io in any magazine or rewtpaper whote pubiither
it ??rriess about what hi? advertir?is tay.
I he reaton my ?ay-to goet into lite 1 ribune it becaute The
Tribune rxcludea doubtful advertiter*.
You tee, don't you, how that givet *?alue to my tay-to? It
would to youra.
But there are a hundred vavt of ma'.ing y iiir i.ay-to count.
I he Advertising Agent y hearing my name wat founded by
my father, and it ha? tervd tome of the yreatett advertiser!
in the country.
Recently the pubiither of "the Saturday Evening Potl" look
a full page in "The Publi? Ledg-r. ?if Philadelphia, to tell
about my work for a certain advertte. .
Write me, atking how to begin, or how I;. tlart over again,
if you ever made a wrong ttarl, beca.se your tay-to ought
to count for 100 per cent of the possible usefulness of your
Don't wait to write; ial' up 704 Murray Hill, for you ara
Joseph A. Richards St Staff,
9 East 40th. Street -
New York City
I? i n
rh?s ? ? ? by th?
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ill her I
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?hips to be I
he it i ??
lay? in it?
? ?1 :
1.1 debate. the
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tenia ?.i? n? I srmed witl gun? 01
' ? . . ?
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present a ? we ?hould '
The line ,e
? '? - 'ha'.
? her discussion Bi
urg? d thereoi
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it th? . ven m ?de differ
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ipport of the i
WORRY IN NOTE
FOR GERMANS HERE
Fear ?Serious Results V\ ill
Follow Kaiser's Evasive
Reply to U. S.
? spirit expressed
Germai rri . to Ihr American
note of protest were discussed
? ?- yesterday. While the rank and
' 's support crs and eh am -
pioni were emphatic
?hni the German document wai
whal oi?ciit to ha\e beer, ?
thii government, rcuton? of keenei
tellert at d ? ?ei man- Amci
era'!;, exorcised msi nil
: prehi nsion
"This, ?<. my mind, i? hnrdl- 3 time
to temporize ?.r to ???? sdc ?/its
affecting a nation of 90,000,000 people,"
Germs ? ulture Ki
?ierman govemmi ......
?? aquarely. It
t" dodge and tempori ic. 1 h
is a g inflict
? ' in peo?
ple about I ? o vital I
1 good fecli ng of the ' ? o
... ?. _? ?, ? ?
??i ?i? i man) '- set ion '?? ill be
upon Amei ?can "? h ich,
- to Gen an? ? irrespoi iibl?
hlundi ' . rci ly ii
biassed i .
"Il teem to m? hat Geri
i me. for all
- I? l"o igg? : !?
. ? ? matt
?o my mind, equ
lion of doubl a to th?* justilicstion of
i . msppei
Otto Becker, a Germany arm) officer
; lion to Gern
? i u. r
on non ? i
"I' ?ho? ?hit 1 he i,.?,.
men! ? willing to ad iual ?he
Iroi ersj b? I
? . in a fi icndlj spiril,"
i ?* sa id
made ?he following editorial comment
?.. ? nan
"\\ ashingtoti will !. disap
: coun ted upon G? rn
MirliiiHti.il'. ?o <
? . lubmai ? iTecl ive
? ., ? ? ? ndustria rai
i? wag ' ? Great Britaii 'I he
German replj i- a fair a1
presentation of (?ermai le and
based upon the premise? o? fact
"Ai regard? the Lusitania cas?
propoaition to aacerta t th? mili
tary charactei if the to fl k
In thii ? ay the respoi iccord- |
i n g t.
? ill) as a broad bi
.able ren differ
? i ?can
in the ill ol
n tai :h"
? ut dozent" of the : It? r
. ? ? thai the Germai
was not si thorough en i to the point
a? mipht have be? ? ted in view
of the serious coi I ? ? -
?anding between the
? ? o i,"1'-1 11 ments.
"Ti ably due to fscl
? ....I." he ?
It ?i ib?' ?? :iwers,
and i'-e--.t. ofti
er, that Germs - the
-. igor of rl? ipn - -
id nf vol
. ont i ? thi Hague i r ibunal
ught *' have emphasized
that Am? ? Tort?
to eompel Greal Brita fj her
? ? ' Germany in order to per
? ? ? r Ger*
"Thai Ihe i
an??. Ai <? h? causa of I ha
warfar?* Ann i can interests were eri
red ami the American prate t waa
MAJESTIC LOSS 49
I rty-nine men of
the ? ?? Britnh bal lip Ms
? ' ? ..
' ff the ?.n : poll pi nintula
May : . ording to tl
The number of men lost <>n the
enty-ei. ird vorkmi I
BY PAPERS HERE
?World" Sees Mockery ill
HERALD' SAYS REPLY
WILL FORCE ISSUE
Germany Impugns Our oond
1 aith. "Times" Asserts Not
Satisfactory. S.iy* "Press."
?? rhc German note In res| i '
p. It i? WOI '
(?real peop ? believed to be fi
have fall? ' i '
pabli ? " sT.
"Berlin does the "res'
It i" ores hi - sppcal
t of th?
? uli i h
Bl 'I *-"'"*?" 1 " ?
. .... beh ? I
... ? ibt? ' ig? t pro
' '?'.'?' I"''!
right to Black
Hand ? snd our good
?*|f i,, . iai ?. ' "' '? inerstsnd
Ir it doe?
pin a rupt
... ? ol thf
. , . ;,r ? < ?' "
... -, m .\ ippori al horn?
? far a??
the I nited Stat? - concerned, ?val
,:! hj President
w . hi ?aid: 'The Imperial
der". ' ' I" '" "?''
? of Ihe I'nitci
,,,..,! ... ... ; ? ecessary
to ?he i t s sacred duty
-.hts ot the I
te ar.l en
? !T( : old"
f the (i
.??',? \? it h ihr
? i .
,?.;,' that the I
? i .,, re i Ij of the lierman govcrn
, l> that Germany
' .* natii
minded men will
? icape. Other
: ? ouirht
? ' ?treat sor
? much to be
? gal "ii may
terial to clear
, ? tit i n no
ihler of non-com
The demai Pi t Wil
that the ('ei
? ? ? fa r Bs P">
? ? ,
et v re none t
. ? a ttuttr?
re, m '
?; inlj ?? piled i 'he in
- ' contained tierntany' recom
? endation to 'he 'at tent i v< i
i lion' . ?? tes a hat ?? i
" ? ! . tai
? at? d, and
... i ? ,' bes rii ?? on
' "ii riCBII note ?if
? ? forth i '
? ni?- of
' based upon
of event cited,
bT upon the principle involved in the
? ? ? f warfare in which I
"Germany's efforts to ignore the
? ? ??'..?! of bi?ng
? ? to a h< i,I "
toi a gravi n hich Pr?
it leaves ut in doubt
? lierman government
? the ileep !.. ? g
ng the people ol
? ? i of er. nts which, in
President's w irds, have be? n ob*
-.I 'with growing concern, d
an,i amazement.' The manner in which
Herlin receive? our representations 'n
regard to 1 g of the L?a tama
ca? not fail to e
?n this com ?
the ni m of court
? ' k im
. ? ?
rom destruction fi ? pi by
? le i- so remots fiom a satisfac*
to the prote?'. and the
: of a ir not? ai ' ? i ? gender the
.?ii picion that the impel a! government
i? temporising with a .? tual
grave foi mworth; ce.
?V. e rrj-ret tiint the i,. ? vern- !
? I o|.
ector of port, whi
t.i inform himself
has ??? ? tilled that I
no armament. Germany impugns the
?aith of OUI .
nts a? a question of fart a stato
slresdy pn ? , ? ? IIBai.
' ? ': ? i ig| ?
of the Ts ?
?he exploa on of
ital c' in her cargo
? ? at | ??
? war. the primary
and none . . more
direct, by labored irrelevancies, coun*
i? i proposal - ol no pei tin?
much '. Ht ?ci., ve seeking a cau?e of
I ? i *-**? i r? .., oi ing ?
one w? should And ?t difficult to re
M( )S I of us are m tiif
position of tlir iiirin
who < oulHti t srr thr
woods for thr tr?*?**s. \\ r
i ?in t sor tins w.tr for thr
Persp? live is a characteris
li. of I r.nik 1 I. Simonas s
Irihtinr editorials on this
I Ir writes in 1915 BS if hr
lived in l(>3U.
First to I -.at?the Truth:
New? ? Editorial* - Adverli?ement?
fraui from caibng In <\ ISltion hei good
I < , ,| :-,-.?.]
\?. h . Mar 30. "The Post"
i an editorial :
"Whatever the I'cited Statei -fovern
meni may dr.. the American people ?aill
???i h ni? al i oint i rai ?ad
h* Germant Ihev ate in no mood to
ferei re th it the ? ietim < of
?1-e l.n ?tan a Hi aster ? ere them??
mc Th?v r i i pa ?enger
?7 innocent ?am?
women, children und men. ws blown
up on the 1 ? tely w ithoul
"II" . for moderate ?peech
and rarel I or 1 I " people \? ill
?upporl th. President in hit earnest
.?or to solve existing difficulties.
He can h<> assisted best by s pol
rese?e ?n publie speaking and in 'he
Bluster und brae an*
?.ah.ill?, out of piare at this critical
KIRCHWEY DISLIKES NOTE
"Disingenuous and Evasive,"
His Comment on Reply.
"essor G w Kirchwey, of the Co
I ,?'. School, read
the i ?- unie of the <?> rmsn note last
nitrh? .- nd e (claimed :
"? on found it, I ist unsati?
Then He dictated ire following for
"Th" German note will not he *te
? nerican people as .i -at
pi ? ?? ?
t Germany's violation? of neutral
to meei the
. ? . ! * u h ?
rfare on American commerce.
1..I i be? . :i| of
' to - i.k 'harmless' neutral
craft and . re ited inquiry to
determine ahether the Lusitania ?m
' [ ?
? .- thnr tiei
lh? righl ? . - neutral as
?ell a Briti ih ?hip . ontra
band. A'ithout | ? ? ? ? , , r
bo i .1
' l? hrre v ?? were
Dr Deinburg and other G? i
apologist? had t ?il their
I he on?
the i ote - the fact I I ? leat es the
door ope i for further negotiations and
the p. ? drawal of the German
pr?tentions, which cannot ho tolerated
for a moment. To admit them would
l>e to surrender all the gains of a hun
dred years in international law and
"We -hall no! perm:' ourselves to he
draw h into the war. bul M er ?. ill
" hetra?, . and inter?
SAYS VON JAGOW
< onllnnrit from puge I
of ?he Cnited Starr? for a compromise
'The que?! ..-i of foodstuffa and raw'
? ?" Herr ? on Jagow said, "ii
te 'mu ..i necessity for Ger
but one of princ pie Get many
own, I ? hink, thai it cam
irved oui by Great Rritain'? em?
bargo on foodstuffs. We may be a lit?
tle ?h?rt of lome or another particu
i produet, but we nava enough
to live >.n and keep up the struggle.
sama is trui oi raw materiala,
with which, according to the London
stion, belligerents have no right
f? <- when ?hey are not spe
? ic armed
Gern i able I
? import . '
il off Germai . i ..-.ever.
?- Cabinet *?,??/?
'??? defeat th.? Germai srn ?
rnately or? the battlefield il ? entitled
to try to force the nation to it- knee?
momie pressure, disregarding all
accepted rre??*pt-? and regulations of
"The analogy of the besieged fortres?
doe? not apply to Germany, lh,
dent who lettle*. in a fort're?? .1...
ant of the risk. an,d aware that
he can leave brf.ir.- the liega begins,
but the.-e is to preceden! for the
of the civilian population i
in its ov n land -iih no :
i| German) will
method of ?
??II the mean? at her diaposal."
H-rr von .Jagov.- Mid ?, had ab?o
lutely no information regarding the
American steamer Nebraskan. which
waa damaged bv an explosion la?t
?veeK. and in the absence of anv defi
? sws a? to whether the ?hip -am?
torpedo? : - --.ruck a mine he de
' j.'"' ' anv opinion as to the
of the Incident on 'he periling
I ' ?? '?? braska . in any event. Herr
J ii not torpedoed
? German submai i
ri '. rmsn policy regarding ..?.utral
?hipping, even in the war zone. h;is
? III? iated clcarlv. There wa?
no intention of attacking neutral
"Are you . optimist or a pes: imist '
regarding ?he German-American situa?
tion, a-ked th.. correspondent aa le
'iking his leave of the Foreign'
"11"" cm ! tell vo'i how our note
? reeeiredr replied Herr ?on
-? .... no mean- of
g ?with the ambassador in
nashington or of gauging publie ?enti
',|";'t " ireli ii communication
: ??nd rather un. tiifactory.
ihere are no means for cabling, and
open v.ir?*le.? messagei we are
?end ng are r? sd oi Intei fered ?.? i'h by
??tat..m-. We are virtually cut
om A icrica and ?ie wgvaing in
GERMANS, IN SONG,
Chorus of 6,000 I cad Bin
Throng at Saengerfest
GADSKI THE STAR
AT FIRST CONCER1
rwenty-four Hundred School
(liildren t?? Sing ro-nighl to
Orchcsira of 100.
Six ? rile r-n'M
thund? ? ! ? f"Love ol
? ? t Gei .1 pati
otic song, th?
smouldered ' burst
into flame when
The roof of the 13th Regime it Ar
thundei ' i music lov?
ing multitud.id i com? from
? ' ? :? t? n ?n *
.-? of ihe,:- childhood Bnd the;r
the s'ortheastern Kederation of Ger
man ' ? AmericB,
? h ich - ' estival
concert There th?
me i and worn? of ms snd of
Sor .? plaint) boi e I
i. I ? .... absorb?
, ? ? ? ?
ure ?i.ri speech. Rut ui de
the same love of I ?? same ad
miiation for Gen
but little f" hr K - ' sl
il tentai ancesti . Gei mai
?ted them all, and
put them, f"r ihe * m? b< i g, upon the
main feat ure of I ; <"?"?
ci ? a a i M me. Johani a ' ?adsk
her Gen ai audience last
nighl a- she has charmed mai
\. ludii th
ar'. Her "e "Isolde's
? i? ?'." from "l i 'tan and I
brought h? r a tribute ' ? i idmir
->d their ove vn ? ental -
ism by singing "Good
ed by ever,
< lern an eh
I he orchestrs of a h n drcd ?
played under ti c l< i ' Hr.
.-??r a 'limber of aelei I
g which were the prelu
rsinger" and the overture to
??1er Freisch?tz." rhe maa chorus of
.? nun .. ces V ?
? ,rl F
? -nor,,, i 'O?*? ;,rh"Al el
will giv? '
ihe Sec? ' '? I ? ' ' ?ill b?
* ? -
for the "Ki
? ? .
Rrookl) it. Two indrcd
mer snd part pate.
Via? "i Jamei II. Prei ton, of Ralti
?1 ; '? ? ? the next ns
t i o n ? 1 ? ' ? I -
: . . ? .
th?. Pacific Snengerbu
BY A SUBMARINE
?Speed Enables White Star
liner io Escape?An?
other Boat Sunk.
London, Ma? 30, The W t< Star
. ner Meganl e, with s large number of
pa senrers, from Liverpool to Mon?
treal, wsi ehased b\ a submarine off
the south coast of Ireland this morn
inc. but escaped.
Considerable alarm waa .-anted in
?town early this morning when
0 S" call was received from the
liner reporting that a submarine had
ai eh ted. The ? age was
?-non followed bv another stating that
ths Megsntic had outdistanced her
? ?he then wss sixty
of < 'o? k Harbor.
Later a third message was received
from ihe steamer's captain reporting
thai he had evaded tir.. .? d< ea boat,
:*iat his ship was wall to tin? westward
and that he was procee i ? g on his voy?
British steamer Tullochmoor,
?? \ B
German submarine on Friday evening,
j I '? ' ' ? landed at
Wal? i I . ,.
in ballast, from Genoa foi South
The r . chmoor ? .teaming off
? westernmost of the island
the eo Ml ??i Brittanj hen halted I".
a - . from a submarina, according to
a i ?Titial Mews dispatch from Han v.
The submersible, Captain llolford
said, was only ; fteen yards dis'ant
from the steamer The German com
mi nder gave the steamer's crew ten
tea to launch their boat . ana the
twenty-six men ...
waiting to save tl
"The ?rev. ,,t ? .,?
the Tulioil nioor, noi wa
tionalif.. i ?? Gen si .-. pi
into the ?hip until ?he went down.
They must hav?. ha?l a good deal of am?
munition to spart, for the steamer was
th: t-rge. for nearly forty shots before
While the Tullochmoor wa? sl II
afioat Entfneer Doekeray swam back:
from the SB ,( ob
? i ed ths ship's | ? ?
. rulioi-hri .,?-'? erew was rescued
by the Spanish after
, ig three ir. .?r in the stetmer's
l'i , Tullochmoor, ?.?. h
m length, wirh 8 feet, wa
built in lvj. Sha wa.? owned bj the
.'..ooi I.ane Company, Ltd, ?.r Kew
A diipateh 'o Lloyds from l ?haut.
Northern r'rance, says the Prend
?el I?, ?i hm passed there for Brost,
having on board the crew of the Rrituri
steamer Glenlee, bound from Cardiff
for Aden, which wa.? sunk by a German
I he Glenlee a a.? of 2,1
?i?. owned by the Western Steamship
Companv of Gla igow,
Ihe craw of eight men of th.
lian ship Mars havs arrived ut Ahrr
()e?*n after a perilous voyage Their
?hip srai shelled and set on lire on l-'ri
day by a (??-rman .?ubmaru.(. off Kair
I land, th- Shetland 1 he ubmarino
tu.?ed the crew in a small boat for'
M OKI CI.OmKD rO-DAY
?564-666 e?e 563 3ftith.Ap.rnUf.*?**' 46? sms *W* tlf,
AN Mil NCR. fOR TO*V??RROV>. Tlr.S?)4,,.
?y o)pri/hj G zpparcl
Including oery g re o? re
ductions in many lines not
The Apparel involved is of the u<ual lux?
urious 6i(ld!.1i*1 character, designed and
executed to Fulfill the requirements of a
Smart Tailleur Suits $35
In styles (or town or country wear? and
formerly felling at $$5, $0^. $J^> $S?.^ '4 3
Also fifty Suits formerly $45 and $50 to close, $22
Handsome Costume Suits aya
Including original and reproduced French
models, of exquisite silk and cloth materials? ^q .
formerly $125 to $l?j.
I rocks and Gowns $35
lor street, afternoon and dance wear? and
formerly $5$ to$Q5. M 5
Dinner and livening Gowns $65
In exquisite styles; mostly from French * and
mod??l<?formerly $Q$ to $1 /-f. OD
Silk Coats and Wraps $35
O? moire, taffrta and faille? and
formerly $Oj to$Sj. M 5
Motor and Utility Coats ] $35
Special groups from regular stocks? to
formerly $45 to $J?. $55
Misses' Coats?especially priced?at $20 and $25
Formerly SIS to $28
A ?rearara?- of Spring styles, for street and dress wear.
Trench Model Hats?lormerl> $45 to S7.S- Sl.1*- to S2.*>
$10 to $25 Blouses?*5 ?-MO
A dosing of many line?, in silk, linen, lingerie, net and Geor?-?tte cepa.
Smart Silk Sweater Coats?$12, $18, $25
Formerly $20 to $38?Of guernsey ulk and Shantung.
Fashionable Summer Furs?
White Fox. full skin eff-cts, $23 $55 $45.
Lxquisite "?Ahite Rus-ian Fox Scarfs?$55 and $0?.
f?,rty mile? and then cut them adntt
Brest, France, Mkv 31. Kreuch tor
redo boat? have brought Into port the
crew of the British steamer Glenlee
and the Portuguese steamer Cysne, tor?
pedoed by a German lubmarine K?
tween the Scillv Islands snd Cape
Fin ister re.
The erewi were pieked un at sea hv
the French sehooaor I>ixi. which
transferred them to the torpedo boats.
ON SHIPS IN 1892
\sM?rtion ii German Reply Is
Believed To Re Based on
? ,'rsj :
Washington, May 30. The a-.-ortion
in the (?erman reply to the American
note that the Lttaitania wai carrying
explosives contrary to the law of the
United States is apparently based on
the act ?if 1892, amended in IMS an.!
IsHM to include foreign --h;p?, which
"It shall not be law.fiil to take carry
>.r have ?in hoard of any |Uch steam?
ship or other vessel any nitroglyc?rine,
dynamite ur any other explosive article
..r compound, nor gunpowder. ,
:'or the ship'- use, imr any article or
number of art ?ele?, whether as caixo
"r ballast, which, by rea*??>n of the na
... or quantity or mode of itoraera
thereof, ;-hall either singly or COl
? iy be lively tu endanger the
health or liven of the paaaengei oi
the safet) or' ihe vessel."
Othai , the Rat I >'d ?Stat?
ute?, forbid the carnage of sal
nitroglyc?rine explosive ?-.-impound-..
In response ??. an inquiry from the
?teamboat Inspection service, the solid?
tor ?.?' th.- Department of Commerce, on
March I, i:?l|, : ?id that the law per?
mitted the carr>ing of small arms and
LASSEN PEAK BOILS
IN NEW ERUPTION
Mow of Mud Pours Down Sid?
Fears Felt for Many
Reddim?, Cal.. May 30. LtlSSSS Tea?.
burst into violent eruption s-fsin ts
Another flow of boilm?- mud ia ?**"
ported to be pouri*-?r down '.he sides?*
the M.'iaiio. Fear- are felt for tha
safety of many irtTesI gal ?nows *?
have been m the dsi
Always Inexpedient ard Some?
times Fven Dangerous to Speak
Fnglish in Streets.
Bern?, May SO. During tiie la** ?
dajrs a positive exodus of Amenes??
? v to S..it/.er:?nd ha8 bee"
taking pises. Many have been rend?""
in I'ernmny for years, but th?*" **"
clare they were being insulte! m <??
.-treets. and owing to the popular fa?**
ing against American* it is "0 '0B*v
tolerable, and indeed in s o m e c**'* X
m positively ur.-ai?'. for any ?ut ~ .
man-Aiiienean-v t.? remain ?Il Uf!\*.ti
Orte family, having I.ved is Mimik
ten the last twelve f?t?-d*rt* %,
.peak English one to another I?
une ?i it? ssessbers ?*'"',
s WM mi bis m Mur.i*h. sssjw|
for Lern.an t-.mer.CSns, w^" ?clP ".
mans with pie?- propagan.!*,*?? *?m
,., point et f-.'t, are ?Itoget"*' ???"
Gersssn than the tierman* the mac?
Amsricsna in all the large ci?es ?* ?*?
?mpire are now BttUCMMJ I-'*er ?
s mon'.h ?wo.