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First to I act the Truth: Ne***. ..?Ut?> rials. Advertise? ments. ikiuvi HOT-MNi SB, MM? .?ir.'?'. ? I * N'" Tort |H?SM ? r*!m . ,-.;.. I MM- ?? N X.- 1 - , . ? y ,.. ]? ?.?,-, r? ? BUSS? "?? - ?-S'th. ' Dali? ? ? \ ' ,'*" Sanaa, oaitj. < m ! AA'vn MTU l'Ai. ' ?? _T I *s N v , 11 * ? ? ?1 . .,i ?. .,\1 4 ?-?., '? ? ' , . v ,l\l V ,.S1.\ ? ' lt--------^------^------^ ? ? r? Sntwrd it mi r?.' Bm * Kam ? I ' ?" -* Vou ran purcha-je merchandise ad? erhsc?. in THI TKlBtNK ?*lth nb?4?lutc ?sfeiv?for if dir-sal??fac? tion resulta in an?, case. THI I KMU MI euaranteo to pa> ?our m?.ne> hack upon re?,ucsl. No red tape. No quibbling. We make good promptly if the ad xertiser does not. The New German Offensive in Northwestern Poland. I-; the ? i .?r theatre the Russian ad? vance has mot with a partial check. Reporta from Petrograd aproo that in the nroa - I of Thorn the hem retire up the i River. Thor? ent in the tore ? ami military ? ? The German line now eeemi to run Flodc, on the Vi ty-five miles above Thorn, in ? Boathv '.on through K ?nd Leoezyca to Uniejow, on the Wartha R ? ? There it ;?? :r.c the line to which \ -.luirp ? red a COU] North of there have b? en n ? war. llected an army at .v ard .?e leeted ? of a eountor efft nst the oncominp Russians. The ? him a adv.. ntrating troops, ar.?! : he army handicapped in their forward movement by the ruction of all the railroads and bri?ig< West Poland, and it was comparatively ea s enough troop ? utheast of Thorn to push back tho extreme ripht winp of the . - loving toward YV, I r-UC B? run (iisr.. ? victor; in Poland. The experts in P. ? that von Hindenburg is ':?' : . . -lans fron. I - ; uphill have . ? 11 ' thl '.iiian p .over Vienna ? They In lieneral von'l ment, ? ; Wl i terially prejudi? But it H uni for? - ? ? them ? prin an can p ? ?Oil. ? ady prom. ? ? . value to th?- Alliei, It !.. beei pu bed such soi prisii ha.- had : 0f f,, ' 00,000 men, counting re MTV? ' Have [>ee,i . , er advantage in the ?reel have (?i-or? hurnod <a-' r "pier to chock the Rui Kui.si.1 Uy " cregte the pn III wliicb was Wmwai ? ? their ptol ? ' ar "'" th' The doo|." ny* !?*?! inwihei m tiie the more uphill her light becomes. Thai con? trolling fact iuu.-t alwayi be kept in mind in HMMVrlng tho important?? either of GfNMM <l?' lents or Herman successes in Uli < a.-tern theatre t*t uai. _s A Gtrnptnini Open Sinon. The report that Cleofontc Campaninl coo torn ?platea colloeting Um force of tin- Chicago Optra Company tor a season of opera here Il bound t?> be hallad with interest bj i large number of this city's mask 'overs. 11? lias had under ins baton m Chicago most "' those artists who made Mam marstain'a productions of French opera note worthy, ami it sot-ms to be Ins plan t?1 bring th?mi bare for a brief period of productions such as ?are given ai the 84th et house. With the Can? tan pwnpany oui of the citj there should be room for hiph-oluss French ami Italian opera presented by Dahnores, Dufranna, Mary Qarden, Edyth Walker and kindred afaigen under Campantni'a leadership, although the absence of Renaud, on military duty, WOUld occasion universal lament. it is customary in musical circles t?> treat opera ns a '?natural monopoly." That may be ? good theory, bul in practice the Metropolitan does not serve completely the demand for opera in quantity of accommodation on any given mpht or In breadth <>f repertory. For that reason the Bam merstein enterprise ?rat weleoine; for that reason even sporadic seasons of opera like the projected one of Signor Campanini make a desirable addi? tion to the musical opportunities of the metrop? olis. Praise from ? Leader in the Fight for Honest Advertising. There is no publication in the country whose pnuse of The Tribune's new guarantee ere value ? highly than that of "The Christian Science Monitor," from which are quote an editorial else? where on this ps "The Monitor" is not only s national journal of wide influence. It ia ? paper of the highest standards of n< toriala and advertising, s ? in the movement toward clean advert? It has demonstrated t?> the satisfaction of the ad? vert; . thai it is character, the standards and idea!.- of a publication, and not merely circu? lation, which gives advertising value. It has rig? idly supervise?! i; advertising columns and ex ?? everythi . il was ?lean, honesl and truthful. It is one of thi the . ? luld '-.ri\e We appreci? ate it- approval and gladly acknowledge our in? ... to il? courage ? j of clean ad? vertising. The Pressure of the Unemployed. of the Municipal Employment ? ght work and four labor registered requests for em It is a discouraging, dish? hunter, ami reports from . in the number of unen | ? under theii ? that - in all brunches of in few, which have been arti? ficially stimulated I I t supplies y the it ? .'.ill be ter than the i I the State . with the routine of Mich iber .; authori on this nred that all t ? j: ? ? -. ving ity, '?ut ii * I ity through th? with fair credit for It will .still leav? ? ? ? ? ? .-'ihn I \i! Walsh. ? 1 -i hi. dut it - in eluded .i resort for tained in Warren ? ' r Dem? mourn Wi will. Mr. I ? In g him ai first made a Nature Is Hi Bring Back < iood Times. ifu ? ? r. 'Alien good times come to him the] ? ?19 !'ip re rm< r. Th? ?? the ?. yield ol ? . are ? tu rment . he cotton crop pounds bigger than it was a yea. ? ? ? ? trictioi : -'in 13 cen? a pound ? nately th? .. much higher price tha now obtainable. The ?urn crop has increased . with practically no change price. The wheat crop has Increased 228, .."ti?) bushels, with an increase in price of v.'.? cents; the oatscrophai increased 17,000,000bush? els, with an increase if 1.6 cents in price, and ed i. ?88,000 buahela, with ? ? iwing toward r?a- adminiatratioa tin! not net aa Providence's adva | fa theee recoverie . nor could upsetting legislation retard them. The Conning Tower The Idlers of Horace and l>dla. Idllcd by Sis*. (i,,.,-. ,..i , ?i.i'u?. I.I . Hi ?It A- | I II Dem Lydia:? One? pod said to BW, 'hat you would eke my lister be; yi>u'?l hug im 'round the nook, tad when you handed dm thm li?t, no Portian King ?'et felt su Am and DOW? all, what a Wftckl ii. h. r. Friend Horace*? Thai may nil be oo, bul then you wars noi chasing Chh>i I really loved pou then. Miss Ilia crawled into her mVU, of til the balls 1 was khi belle tlic toti t of all the men. I.Mi. Miss Lydia - - What you ay is trot; l tm for Chlol through and through; she is some Thrtcitn fluff. And if -?ho said my death would piv?' her means that be might longer live, I'd np an?! call her bluff. Q. II. I'T.auts. Hear Sir: Well, you have nought on me; Calais is all / can see. Ah, there you have a boyl And if I thoiipht that my swan soup hi. thread ?if life might note prolong, I'd ertrblc h with joy. I.vniA. l.yil dearest : Just suppoee, for fun. my love>for?*Chloi'a course is run; that now Tin all for you. Will yo? mice inure my fiat pin wear? 1 honest think you are a bear. Belie*! mo, I.yd, I do. Hod. Dear Roy:? Ctl'l alripht in his place, but I don't seem to like his face; 1 think that yours is nicer. You can pet .-ore. or pet a bun?-I'd only laugh and think it fun. Come on, let's find a SB ? Lm "Great grief!" ??^h the dramatic critics. "Give u? so math lag new!" Enter, stalling!*/, Bonsethlng New. . grief!" cry the critics. "Where erill this Il I I h.i i" i le ise the critics. It is, though those ittbt it. hard te please .hlic. I'll. tistlc rself, 0 artist, and hall i i" rl oily futile. VIVIENNE INTERVIEWED. Vivienne refused to say anything for publl? ??.hen I called on her. "8peech is silver but silence onned me. nd in tl"- coljrum," I . I ma? i|i "No!" h? ed. "P. P. A -.. I ? ut i-oine day you'll lind your Imu -? ? ll that under your luit and BSBOb ISOSCELES. "I wish," begs Dellie, "that you would cut out that boul Vivienne. It makes me as mad as a church i .'ii grind your ax?' . I .- "" \ . ?,. on running The Kmp of Son-, and We Knie? Her Husband, Too, ?ho '?|m bibes" instead ni Drinking. But Does He g moke? No, !(?? "Xevi r Indulges " ' L L R. ft;.. id Plain D<. .? ? i: ' lintel tere s ??p. the 5 MacG ? Benin? ??Which makes it all i . "that Mr. ? ?? b] raai ?:M!1K ? \n;:i reon 10 lllliwlt ! Ode \l. "Ana? 'lames all i I your fling; ? And ? ! of clover; :.-tch, tch." ; ?irth ? do ihruu^'h. | V. B. I.. meeting '? ftional Institut? ? i m ? 'hi .' s. ? be cen? re ?. B. I ? ? ' ? .mali'.4 Pi "No." An on to the har is ? The t Old Orson Lowell that ? -, ami all bot that ? : "I \IK TO? DA. ? ??I? wasn'1 fair," Mr. Lowell wept "it su.ted me hum. I'n ? lr. Lowell. . ,., H to thi rniagi ? . da) m. et a faiT on? rhere! Whal could b? fairer .nan thai ' r. !?. a. PARTING IS SUCH SWEET SORROW, PRESIDENT WILSON?Have a _;oocl rest; the country needs ii. RESPONSIBILITY OF THE ADVERTISING MEDiUiV An Editorial in "The Christian Scicnc Monitor ' of November 18. In' ? Ont., 1 ? ? ? ? ? ? . ?. :? eral a?, en they r any sdverl lirir.c ? tei ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? inc." Sin. m order to pr?? ? ? ? ! ranged publicity n ? truthfuli Ai, organ of pnblicil . . ? n 'it" both ? ? ideal - insures 1 reliabl ''? ? ... ? guar ? ? faction tin- ? ? ???I In tt is ? ,. paper ' receives .:???? ?' tin. ?t r !-.,??? ? -.. ? i ' ? ? . tally in l .??; snd ' It rti I tl ? .:i latter-day Ai 'GERMANY'S -UST CAUSE - A Pamphlet Stirs ,t Reader to An? noyance .tnd Rehuk?. ? ? .li.ni,?. J ISl . . ? ' is an Am? ? I l would .? ? ? Bf. W. E B I -, It] l nu*; PEOPLES COLUMN A REPUBLICAN DUTY Chandler Urges That the Fifteenth amendment Be Obe? '' ?t-nled. - ? ? i ? ; i ? ent of ill the ? ng il h ich have b? ? party -ucii a ? ? ? ? i \V il of the g HANDLER. 191 1. M [ENS MID THE SUBWAY 50,000 ! Be Ob . \orrted. ? -?in;, 's ? ; . ? ? ? h ? ? ?. ? ." ?' tt> th?? a*] American ?ion of these .. will not cover it. A 11 ? ren ? ? ire s but at ? Is ? ? ? ibis's ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? . ? I ? ? ? . | lolding up in ho . ? ' lOHN GILL York. Nov. 18, SEGREGATE MOTHERS: Free Life, Free Spee? ? -.i Bold Maahood of the i dren being expo I ? ? ? ? , ? - ?it ion, ? ? ? ? ? ? ? i ' H A V York, M Diichnrpe All Married W? nan Teach? ers. ? > ? u' he e . i. ? f. ?: ? ? ? ? it ? ? ? ? the] look to their husbands for support F. D. C. Cheviot, N. Y., Nov. 16, 1UU. An ( )pcn Forum tor Public Debate. MR. WILSON AND IHE NEGRO His Sympathy Expressed for the Hampton Institute Work. "I have ; in the ? il it you ? ntions "I tl ? ? ? posit ? I ? I might atten . i ? mating te ex .??? y. but : ;.?: I .-el st meet U/H ? i .?rural ? WE ARE ADVISED TO STUDY Criticism of Bomb IHnhJB| Brinji Down a Sharp Rebuke. ?' T I ? ? ? ? ? ? 1 sd ? % . and ? . ? r jam J. ? li tiie Poor of Our Own Country ? Sir: li ? | . i: igland the j ? , ill e*ot T :ig new gt ?? R .???? -. B lilding, i * gift gan ?' '-utf, it poo r, ! 1 \ ? . ? I rbu'.'Oli- of seo S*^ . >at grateful ? :,c'\, C?RV? E BIGEl lent ?f the Ne* York t_w ? work Gaild o? Am?r' 21 Graaiercy Park, New Yora, Ke?. ?*? iyi4. *