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Your Money Back If You Want It. Sm E?-?iot*i?J P?Lf?*< ?"'?*??t Column. Ntw iixrli Stibtnu WEATHER TAIK TO-P.V- partit ci.or.iY TO-MOBJU>W. Yrsterdtt-. '? T?-J'->?r ?| ur. ?. iitch. 9St i ?.*?. r.? trull rr,,..rl on I* vjr?> 11 First to Last?the Truth: News - Editorials - Advertisements ?foTl'.XXIV ....No. 24,873. \i ....?rit-lit. 1914. Bj Th.- irllniir X??..rli?t1on.l Tnn.sn.w. December 24, 1914. ? ? }?i>i/*i' . i\-|' ?"l.'VT ??**?&&?sfSew. ?rk.**???? ?rI?.-i??r?r? < ii? *nd llotoa*?*-, nil r. II.M'i ?? r?^ ' iim.uhiki. i\\?><i\r* PARTED FAMILY GET SELVES AS CHRISTMAS GIFTS Celebrate Joyful Reunion at Big Fete of Chil? dren's Society. SANTA CLAUS VISITS HOME FOR CRIPPLES Domestic Relations Court, Even. Will Have Tree and Presents. Th???? ehildrer. and their parente (rot a, -saj.t C'ui-'m*.? present in New ?ir? st the ''hr.-.-r:-.*. '.roe last ntght |jtB? room? of the Children'? Society. -V children got their parent? and the iin-it? got ?*? ?"" ?dren. For twelve aiaihi they had been separated Lj?. Chriitmas r>e the father and ?J been aaat te the peniten _ '?? i'.t rr.nr.tr?. The children m 1*1? ?-r'd ? Y^' ran'*"'n(?* from Ath >"**??"* ' ' *""" were t'-mi*' ?trtr**-"*" "? **? eel'1'''rat i on in the ?*.<*. -tity *?*-*""? Th? fsther had been a bartender in Hf'.'.'i K'fhf *?? ? ????? I**** ?*'* ?*o1?' roc?!-.*. P*'" " Bag he arms aalat It l?aBaff ?*?*? "??*? " '<' P0? *-**** ??*??*'? r.-a i aee? before Christmas the -s?ba**.d ?"??? arre?'.ed. The follox-Hng ?,. ?-;i wife we? found in their rromi ??xirf for cocaine. What furniture tru lift ?he had broken or ?phntered. Th? children cowered outside the door. Tli mother, too, wa? arrested and sent .c ?h? ?- ? The Children's S-a-iity fok care of the three waifs. It i? now ??*reral months since hu? bind ?rd wife were released. They hin riiit?d their children, and re pert? of th?ir conduct were furnished *- Err??* K ' perintaendent of th? *"" ???? h.a? u?ed any ?rug ?ince the second week of their sat The man has a ??rood po? sition. Lut night they ?at well back in the ?oor-, ?nd their cnildren, gifts for att oi. the " r feet. ,v.oi?who h?d ?een the man and wom ? f their commitment to rnioa ccuid *?. I their eyes. Both ?ere aell dressed and robust. * lait present had been handed m: ?nd th? last ?one sung all f.x-e went ? M Pinch and Judy Htlp. ere 1-5 children at the so ?'H. They ranged from tod d.er??itwo to youngster? of twelve or ????on told ?'.onri, ?nd tl ? . i'unch and Judy ?how, a ?sag eiaa whe found rab ?iu, orange? an,', go II ll IB the oddest places ?ma?ir.?-.'. , ind an ho? ned for by X*-or Mitchel. A i.pneral rial guard; ??wrg? ?ordoh Battle, and a score of ??Wr? ? m the chil ittn ?*:? x, in paren 4??u. '?' ;. truly Santa b ?:: ?.'-. eiewd Bab ?.??ttO?-?! ?'--;. bro-fs-hurf-:, -.-- ?h-Id, two 7?t*? *!?. ? <? ?mi thu tea da] Mother ?*?B?aitte and r,-u*.eppe ard Tony and "???y A happier family was not to be 'wad in tea whole length of Thomp iwit "' ' ? M Ma found a law forh-d *ig aUe-aa to work in ral-maya. The -??olf broke thro.. t? door a ' ?ko ma-, eat of ? ?Jad Ihr. n .. . ?ibbon ? *? ?***" mawaem who held thay admired ?7 new Bfart ? ?"rippled Hare KeniWal. ta? J ? ? of th? corn ? ? ' 'h< romiriit torn* l' I ", Mr-. qmjr?* '? '.'HO .1 Di K Vai ? ? tl ? aital, - years. < laus. ni- forward an en ? ? a? up r,w thi? *",..,, ? 'I h ?ll^'lfaa?.*^ L .? ???*?-. ""I . ^?dy-to-Wr-ar Spring Styles p^HA'l THEY WILL BL. **?? B?,yn Cala bib, ??.,., n CHRISTMAS POT FAILS TO BOIL ON FIFTH A VE. Salvation Army "Red Cloak" Garners Two Dol lars in Two Hours While Richly Clad Women and Men Hurry Past -Gifts from Poor. T'.v EMMA BTJGBEB Is It the hearts or the hands of Hv. that are cold" Yesterday I stood for two hour a red cloak and a bell beside f ?he Salvation Arrny Christmas ?>nd the entire harve?t i cheer I gati. ed in was ?2. V wrapped in fur? nnu me: have been wrapped in gold * frostily by ith never a thou-:! tht 86,000 children who are looh them for the only Christine can have. At f.rst I argued that it wa women'? muff? that intefered w.'h s*hring. It wa? perhap? too rnu expect at a chilly icrson that ?h tr?cate h rs.-lf fiom a huddle o and velvet and tangled gold me hunt for a silver piece in the t. a north wir. i. ['Pockets for women," I tho "Not until muff? ar<- abo'.irihcd woman's hi.nd.-* are free will her erius ?pirit ?oar uiitrammeMed. "Men, howe?'er, lire not hi muff?. Their hands are in their ] ete all the time, anyway, right ne the hard cash. It isn't any trotib ? " for n mar: to give ft ?, . ?? ?? ? poor ehild'e Chrietasaa." Wb? I right? In one hour T re-. exactly ."> rent?- from the pocketed Men i ." ftl] degree!, old. vouii" millioned ai on the other side. Th? in the Stock Kxehange and I :i their overcoat por? stayed of Ch mas baila, ?he warm ?Sash ol rea eU the appeal of the Sai?. ?ra, "Ueinembe*- - childi stirred no Christinas spirit in t b? srl With the ezaapt?4M of 1he 5 piece from s prosperous middle-. man and 10 in a vouhk c at tho end of the second hour, all money that ?rae given ei.me I women, and always fro? I '??ere ?ilcr.e. Christ-nus I harity Forgotten. I? was not muff?, hut friends, 1 elded, that interfered with the free ] ol '.' .imar.'fc generous in ceased to expect any read Christmas red rlosk from w< ever sweet their faces, when two ?ncre were hurrying ' I ' the next I op. "And I t? *tik" "Hetty erii ma"" They huir ? - stow r . ? en the lonely Sal tien Armj the mi cloak ing into the ? rt of ro . ?he middle U found expression In mol The ?<ry Aral giver was a 1? woman who ! dropped a enriar? Ih? pot Tl she smiled a? Ihe Salval tmj, "lin't 11 -to hel| ney to 1 MISS DAKLGREN TO BECOME NU Daughter of Well Know Philadelphia Family Wil hanter Convent. elphia, :? ?rren, daui '?r- a1-'1 M ? l ?nn Irren an?l gran. I fete J'ise: ?ill join 1 ? of the Sisters of ? Sacrament, at Cornwall?*, Penn* on ,'b uary In entering the convent Mis? Dal) gren will be following the examp!-? i her mother'? cou-.n, Mother Katharii Drexel, who founded the eOBT? is said to halft I thai ?'"-?' ll Dahlgren. who s tarai year? old, il of a f..m:ly long : I ? ? ? fork. Sh made her debut in N? B Wl! ,\>w York stud ... - ? home ???' Mi , at Cornwells. Miss Dahlgren's parent? wire ,!1 ? ? more than a vear agf following proceeding' till one of eigh ehildi? lelieni narine, Uli ' i?? ' Admire Dahlgi f|f ?h. V ar I!? i mi I?r?"*?' ?laugh?' ?. Dahlgrei . ' bar, 1918, and 1 i Follow! . : ? - oken op, In May of this y? a r Mile Komula I'sah If.- - I': i Mount Etna Again Activ. ? owing taking I earthqaak.i ? Robb?.? T;ik?- XniHs Money. ? ne . moo .? , tobiMft ????'?? boms. SalvBt.on Armv seem to g-s-e iron ?., nee dttt? or ?elf-righteousn n theiT exoressio ? painful. their aki. The wa? I dl a ? SUC? red hat. ? ?ilk nnkle? a her from lie ?il to foot as i n the i ? ? the ildewi rilT? md a dime. Hehin?! ? : ?bus. ll eras ? mi be late for Ira," the .ai lady fr? to the Salvationist; "h a' least fl? l m the S \le?<scii**-cr lli.v? as ClitlCB. . ople on " ? i ? I ? ? ? I in ed pot ware tl ey came i '. it! p tr> ? pontrll ? end to chide - in the bottom of ?he pot. I bequeatriiii me by the over I morn ? kould have pi fei red ? ? a Rfeg the fac? ? . ', r n v I ? once a " h saw ? yonngwon $10 bill ? ? ? pot, and, otoi shame. I ?.ver and : other $10 b II to ? Id to the dime I had airead', contributed. This story, however, is mf ? had nothing to gj? old cree ? ? v need a ? r herself. "Hun ' Ml Army , "they're the only ones tl ?foes anything for the poor peopi Ve're all right God bleei yonae." .' portly conple waddled ?'as*. Thi ? ? ? I a v : "Il ! itanding ?her? a j* i? cold. I wonder if Id look with i ? ? - ? ? Arm?* g'rls if knen thai ??tivei >r< to-,lay as a result o ? ? . m pi a i ?-ntne one . "five spot the "runner" ? ? to give Ihe girli ? roo,i ? for a \ \ ? ' endquarte for nore ; ? han: more n tliei Pel ?? of a ero? ? i ...... ARMY READY FOR FILIPINO REVOLT Governor Harrison Taking No Action, but Military Is on the Watch. Trustworthy hu ? ere that A Kica- ? Philippine d ' regalo?, ? ' ? ;"ts. Go?? eral Harriaon Is *?k?ni iiary hu'? are preparing for an outhrea?. infai. Bg .. rm ??. ' ?? among th? Filipii * - . ? ??? , ? ?_?? to Hong Kong i Phil " mut, hoe ?? ted af ..?i 1 raile I a rids. ? febae and I ? Ball island? near ' - ? ' ?? Waal ? Bi . rank Mi In ? the more oi Of threatei ? i lie Tribun? il to-nighi General M? Intyre "V> fege from ' ? i ,- <n!'. at c,..|. .- ? ? Mai t ? . I , lid: ? I ' ' . ?mall f. ||i ' I ' I rfs-ri >? ? owe < ?' .i? ki tiu I iff." MISS RODMAN WILL APPEA FINE OF $1, Education Board 0 Her Susnended Un .Sept. 1, 1915. TLL FIGHT TO EN1 DECLARES TEAC "Mother-Baiting" L Deserved Dismissa Committee Said. Miss Henriette. Rodrrai ? let F, P. A. will en?- | ,., |i - The Hoard o* E lac it a'*ernoon found the writer * "niothor-baitiig" latter in The T of November 10 -rollt] ai gro? condnr?, ,,nd ordered bei nr.i'l Septamber I, 1916. in dal t*?e board consumed , atas ef Its tim??, Joseph II. Riiroode?? wa? the member who raised his voice it ? ??, though Dr. Ira S. Wile def Miss Rodman in th?? trial befoi high school committee, X4hieh pri the meet.nr of the full board. "I' ?aid Mr. T 'I would like to IcBOW wl intelligent l.o.iy of nan and xx fear the criticism of a xx-oman, ciallv on a - .'nier' nhoiit which i? sa Brach differeoee of opinion. "The only thing of whir man wo? guilty v. a? criticisinc Hoard of 1 ? - ' the T' State? or the May"* of New York impunity. I am rialeatl"* oppos? -?-port, for I consider that xx-oman ha? no* h?en treated fair! There were no further remark? the report ??:' ' S hifgh ?ehool con ??o xvfi? adopted with bat the one senting rata. Mias Rodman wai not present, '?' told of the puaiahasaat meted ov her ?he ?aid : N III Appeal to Finlev. at rucan?. 1 am fined $1>0fl writing ? lettei I > ne* -paper. course, 1 sha.l appeal a* onco to < misioaer Finley, and if he don? raverae th- of 'he board I ? carry tue rase to ?he courts. "When t wrote thai letter my i ? ? c. in. moral Indignation. When I found c giren ofYVnre i x?n? very no 1 ),a?! be offenai* a, only forceful. "IIii'l I baea given an onportunit should have apologised Hut ifl B] ? ;. > ara in wh ? . opportunity ,,:i" i barges ... BBubordinat l once, an ' "! xxai told thai Hoard . me to apologise. I I felt I coi. ? ? ;g the right of th.* board to I ? ror of judgi niaeoad ? ruinati admits I'tier Was F.rrnr. "lad Bfl rrror of judgmc and if the board had cenaorad reprimanded me, it WOttl 1 have be ? 'hin it? lights; but 1 ird ol Eda* atian to deprive ? .hood for su kill freedom of .--peech a school?." Rodman said be had no pla and woald take no s'eps until aba h tad her lax "The moral of the whole affair thai il ii safa? t . obey order.? than 1 illdeprn.iei '," she nn-erved ...r counsel f. * ni*?ht that i of the hoard a?? ? ? | onld advise his rli.-i ? i ommitlee for Dismissal. ?omera, i bairraaB of ?1. ;. aaentod th com? ? ndatiOB when th Hoard of ? : I ?'? It ?aid: 'Thii unanimously recorr Henrietta I"- reamer . ? ded oat il ? *"p*?? ?nb>-r l, 1911 ? luel ? ? unanimou in it ; feeling that thi re ba grosl ? o was i ty opinion that tin re had l'.'?'i i ? ? ? ,?? ?deal ? ?? of the com mitte, wore ii ..her, but op thil point ol B ed by ?"?agreeing on bei until next September." it | i.i iir. [| alone tha' ' I? rrstoocj mi mberi I I preiu rarioos ? r hoi r?'' While theai I allowed to enter ? :e "mother ba I . ? probably were not cn ? ?ame into conflin with the I. ? time of her marriage to Herman Defrem a year and a half Bhe did bi ' i beard ai d i?-d to use her maiden name. Mr. 11 i in the emplov of ? -i , ..?? Sat .;. Hi toi STOP BRITISH WIRELESS Canal Zone Police Dismantle Steamer Protesilaus. \V a ?hingt. 1. ? i'.-naiit . i officer at the Britii irboi ? ' ? . bei I". . ??fiel il ?H? found be bad bt.n Bead-1 ing cod? mteiage?. GUNMEN DRIVEN FROM THIS CITY KILLED SECORD Gangster?. Skulking in Lonely Road Blamed for Murder. WHIP SCAR AND ( \P CLEWS IN I \SE Farmer Heard Voices and ?Shots in Eastchester ( rime. ?r.>ir. f i ne -soliee ?ince men. . ,, n.ght ' ia Eatjt ? ? may ha***? t fre-;h .pparent th? the erioM ? ? of Vonker?. ? ' be in ft-, able sums ..? ' ? in th? knowing this, end ?< of th? te which h< lieved ?o : elaying ranrk of ?no- .*? * the n? il timing ? m, to ? ? mur minus booty and the rap one re at the time '. k I rap i? a navy blue n/Ta;r of the golf type, much worn. The marks of the make,- nre obliterate* Tiy ?rear. The *. ??as ? ..> kkore it Paaai I'i.ked Wrong Trail. Edw town clerk and a 1 ? . ?.?-!. un dai Diel ? ?ttorney Jerome, working with a ft bune ? afternoon found ? tneeee? I iee In? dicate ? :.s were involved in the ?hooting, and tha? at the time IT i lata ? Doyl? police dog '. raking the "California" lettion, ? ri is ? large Italian n, tha *wo hod an ?*ay ?afely ' . ?II W '? ' ? Pia ? ' Roe I, ?he Tucka ' .'ion of the N I I -ntral, ami New , ?Mies ?re Carl ?Pri?e, the twali e-j on of the leal of the C. 'I'Donnell Iselin . with hi3 father, Kdward C. Price, ?aw th- lh tl that : Seror.i, and a New York man i name Mathewr* ;s withholding ? ? ? ?? n ? . Immediately ?fter the ihooting < ?rl - ? ner milk. I nil . just after ? saw two ni" -, ru-ii ? ? train for N't"* Vor? m? is amp!" for o- ? the distance frr murder ta the station. - - ? aa i" ft*, seven year? ?hi, hi buiiueii of ? bulk of his trad?- ???- m ?foukera, though he ?ap? plied many saloon? in Mount Vernon and the adjacent territory. Tueiday ?lections in Von nd it wai known that he would Square. Tucka \ : "UP. Molorman I?;- ..??mmI Murder. Ten minutes later Lieutenant Jam?? Gavin, oa desk duty in tha Ei tl Hester police ? ? ? ?"uckahoe, was notified by Krank G n the ."-ecoril had liven found murdered ab"U? a mil-* from the ? ,| .ar?- by ?' ' '-"man ' the muar? ft?/? rainut? -cord. I.au ranea i that ha iaa m oa e tra.k. Il<' feouad? itedly and th? ' it did a blan ' ? I OUt to remo'. ' the Secord. bullet had ?? left thigh, " ?'rm Before bei] rho Lad fln> h?? milking, and his ?.on, seeing :*. eai top] cause. The- eelag the t|,rer il ? He had rot investi aid, because he ?n ? automobil i ?' anks, ng he lit.*? often ?ee id 100 ? r and ! ? -nc light Vrice and hi? ?on? saw the three fla?he? ,,f ?!., ; itol, I US? gO ' ?P. Whllh ? \ i, tin? BUM Y,\ Mini. o was bar? ? The ' ? i nal ion oi ??hal. leatiaued oa oti? 3, column ? KING ALBERT OF BF.LGIUM. BELGIAN KING THANKS AMERICA FOR EOOD GIFT Our Sympathy and Generosity Support Him in Hours of Trial?Believes Army Saved Dunkirk ?mo1 Calais?High Praise for Troops. x.ratid Headquarters of the Kir ' the Belgians in We??. Klander? ivia don>. lr the council chamber o anciet ? hall fiom xx ?he i? directing under Germaa fire th- resistanee of bis war-i little army blocking the road to 1 kirk and Calaia, King All.er' of lielginns to da '"1.' \ ; 1'iess of * ' ? "'.diers miking agT.nst the ''or-nan invar. The King's headquarters aro locate one of the r< small corn. - under Mile. K.ng Alber h 10 "i ted the snciated Press to coi vex- to the p. i of the United States his deep gr tudc *'.?r th.-ir efl rt fi ?! bis ? jeetl now under German military r The monarch was aloj-ie when corresponden' *ras admitted to chamber, not aaaa an aid ing present. The King Lincoln-like form ?ras elo- hi POPE SAYS, "LAY DOWN YOUR ARMS! Christmas Message Got from Rome to the Bel? ligerent Nations. Rome, Dec. SS, Cardinal (?aspar Secretar*: of State at the Vatican, an audience gran'ed I . bin to-d said that the Church was working wi means at it ' to brii -?baat near.- at ' moment. When askcl if he could gi any ChriBtmas message, the Cardin that the oi j hie ?? the Ho tne old me of 1'ax Hominib "Arrange your atTair:-, according 1 ?he dictates of jus', r.* rather th..n h re? of arma," continued th Cardinal (t ;< tmi earl e that peace maj irth and 'hat arms be lai down. Ineee ???? I icly in thi * it ? ral to-asoi . of the audience his ami aid again : "Tell them this is the message o Hol* 1 .(??ut, i.ay down you l'ope Renedirt. in addition to contin uing bis efforts for i trying ti - power? t" an ej mi c- : ; ? ? , . -;es of vari that be be? lief thai hia initial I meet xvitr i.ii !.. t f01 a rro tmastide. SOLDIERS THEMSELVES MAY CALL XMAS TRUCE _ London. Wer. 2.1.?It Is believed that notwithstanding the failure of the plan for an armir?li.-e over ( liri-inia?. ??me sort of a lull ??ill ?.*? i.i on Christmas Day Itself. i liri?lmaa sentiment is deep in the men's hearts, and their posi lions on the line of battle faring ea.h ..(her in hitler antagonism Brill I not eradicate it. I rtim?.-,nd*4 of tons of < hrislmas presenl? have been ?enl to all the from?. The di.lrihulion and en joxment of these gifts is another argument for the probable .?xu?pen slun of lio?lilities ?a)h?-re4er this is |i<i??ible. -?ri of a general of artillery, which en nia, beyord bra... hint; *-hn??s lino of ' :?r?'. Phyiieally K. _ hard how in hi? r.er be .'d for i. which, 1 fluent. The light from ? II lump nf the >? ?val!? of I dowi . ?he e?,es of 'he blank ??rmcp-. .. ? valuable Flemish ????:. a- ea hung, he ?mile?! end ?aid the lierman? to ? to ta ? courage of his a? ? ? with Coal ? atasM n AUSTRIAN EMPEROR REPORTED DYING Said to Have Received Last Sacraments of the Church. Rome, Ii. ? ? .-nor is in c:r-u lation ere 1 I Emperor Fran -??*ph of . The . report baa it tl - King ? Rumors - lition ? : f A have ? ,nce the i ?i month without bringii. immi '??? ll of th? red monarch. < >n August 1*? he celebrated I birthday, wh 1er ?. mark.- ? ae oc casiot. nth Vittnn Rome, liunng these ?tormy da he ha* ?pent much of his time -??nding n rmiei on the oaf Augu?" towe-d upon Era] rosa i Th<-r<-?;a. the hitrheel A-i?trian military rai von M ? ? tbe ' . -e?a order. Van-jus telegram-? of h:\ve passed nipcror ar I KAISERS SON FOR HUNGARIAN THRONE? ? ..' 1'r.n?*'- Eitel Friedrich, leeoad -on of the Ka. >??. f... ? of Hun g..rv s eertainl) being ? i ? pushed by (?cmnny, ha*. Leen put about in Hungary tha the name Eitel : .- foin o, A't la. I nrks out I name a ?ditai depend? ' : this war fin I ' ; that Gertae game anl ? fe??W pla>ing for safety. RUSSIANS are DRIVEN FROM CRACOW SIEGE Germans. Checked on the Bzura. Press Attacks to Southward. PASS SKII : icz ON WAV ro WARSAW Violent Fighting with Losses W irks Conflid on Pill :a River. BIG ARM^ RELU \ GALICIAN FORTRrESS Oread Duke's rroops Forced to U tin* Across Ni.l.t. I hirt> Miios to i utward. [B ? ? ? ' haviiif ' i ? such inten? ty soul : that . forty ? h '.', xvhile anol ? River, ? to wit i Craeow to the < sf the Rivei ? the R ?' rted immense looses ott and pr?s-, ibaadan? ? around < ? of Field Marshal von g. ?? ed here as a dial BCt, * pos .' ? ?tustrlan Forre*. Checfcad. In GaliciH th of 1 ? '?usti hava ? ? V losses ' north they have pursued bark in* '..?rman army which made a fl at ff? '.rim ?he norl I Reports from the front that are he Russie' not intend to reliatju sh '? ? * . of th?- drat north and east on the ('ali?an ' ever, of tl i ? of these reinf ? Mili'ary expert? now !?>ok for * ?? nevt t ?v"' '-''mi'aign *o develop in the southernmo Hi of . alth'iupli i,' engaga - from .-o m ? ?*. ad ar?* work ?i tha m gatewaj Fighting Violent Near Cracow. Hard Aghting i ? i ??? and An las northeast of i i.iC'?-' ? : dur to the east? ern b?. ??-ida. Tl.. <ib.r>ctiv-> \ . ' r< Germai , thu ? x* v east at ? radars ex? ? -/th a rrr. y ? r | * attack. - aaam, ! -\er. ????ere - xi-ith heax. ..''?r a gbt ? ? aloag tl ?) ;th??a?t of ' ? I ? ^ to SB Of ? tha *?', an ? I offi. Third liefest for \ostria. ?a-y ?erritory 1 ? draw ? ? ,.( ? - ' > m in ii ti i 1 r.'-r* rf the I Russians a, at tackinr' ljT th? en*ire souiii ?rn fi '?..-? i tana The ? - Du .? far as the (.?.per vail. : ..f the The Au?tr I ? ? a Pass, m the Carpathians, toward Iiuk'. . ag a From I.isko ? \ . a ith toe earn?"' SB of attemi .rted fa.le.l. The I'r/.emy?'. i*i,rri?on II made a desperate If It's Advertised in ZhtHribnnt It's Guaranteed. See Editorial Paga, hint Coluaam.