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First to last the Truth: New?. Editorlala, Advert?as* mentH. mCDMSDAT, i?n KMBKR 80. 1SU. -: ~- . , .*,???..? N*-? - \ .? " ? st*nsmu ? , ... i ? ??..*? . ? ? - t " ' ??* ? ? -. . II .. ronriov batt?? ? ? i t ? ? .AT- ? ''*T: Or? Bior'Ji . s ? .... . ... si ? ; ?. I SU -bot.'Ij . ... ... s CO nan.1 ? i ' ? imt ttvn'U . .. ? ,.,- . . ? ? I ???.? . .. -. ? Von r?n purchase merchandise advertised In THF IIUHINK ??th aheolate ?afetv?for if dleaatlafac (ion re?iulls in ssrj ease I*HE TI'IIUNT. guarantees in pa> Miur aaeae) bach upon re?*ue<it. No red tape. No gaihhllng. We ?nuke good promptly if the ad*vcr ?iiier dues not. The .Tones Philippine Bill Should Go Into the Discard. ?iidein in V ??ring what will bo the ? on the Jon? Philip ???rday tha* iupport i.f the Junes hill f<ir ultimate? Pbtli tn.i?? ? i by the .- ? turbanres in the " Mi v. ?rmichly coma ? Ji.i ??? ?,? . ? ??lirail g ? ?Mut 1- a tie ; pines thai little local protosl ? Rkarte'i agaii ? - which the United States is nllogl ? mitting v.. ? irdly disturb 1 i*? equanimity. *iet i? would bo franker and i ? those v.h ?? with tha trespass idea to admit that ?Ten from their own point <>f view bill needa to be amended. It Is not call 'tu* . i mensuro "fur ni' ?Philippins Independence." It ia a meat ira i" tended tu enlarge nativo control over the ii i doea nol have th?? force of ? ;:i '.iiicn. ?contains ?< icy <>f the Anv isliaquish sove al the first favorable opportui I it is a poli the l'en irty, which ?a only ? mini ? of the Ai pie. Hut ainco th>* the Executive i ?? : i -? as thoi ??? v of the nation, it II from the W ? ? ??? ? y to ?give a clear If^al elfe Philippin? s, inst? developing m as i su!?*- isi ie In a bunco legislative pr?s If If] V, Jones and Mr. Quezon at?' still firm for the Jones hill they should show their ? rit y and courags by putting a ?paragraph into till' hill p 'el [lipil fur ih? Urmlnatio Unericai i ty. If ti ? do this they might as well confess that the mide is bosh und drop it as a attempt I ?? hungry Filipino p Thor.- nocrats In Washington who are talking about amending the Jones bill, to provide for a referendum in the PI ? ?? ? ? ?? merican ? ? i ? ndum would b<- in' Lag, But not much dependence could he t upon it as showing the wi'-hcs of the mat ? the Filipinos. Only 10 per rent ? population of voting age now enjoy the suffrage, VIOO Governor General Martin ha9 testified that ia his opinion only 10 per cent of the entire ??opulation are in favor of an Independ? ernment. Y?-? In that I'1 BOT cant are proba? to he found nearly a!! the politicians, agita* lors, former A' and officials and ?lissstisfied Intellectuals who want to take over tha control of the islai *ir own selfish profit. It would bo much more to the advantage of the islanders as a who]? and of the Insular . ernment, which must continue to act as an Inter? mediary between them and the United ?State drop the ! entirely. There Is no need of an Immediate c native s iton oiny. The changes already made under the Ha? ?? administration have not worked we!. They have encouraged la. ty In administratif travagance In appropriation*. It would be better to wait a while before setting up an insular Senate and reducing the power of the Philippine i ??mmis.iion. The electorate will have to be en? larged before native legislative ixwiies can truth? fully be raid to represent the people of the Isl? ands, and such an enlargement can come only as the result i I popular education. The Jones measure, f-o far as its substantive }"???visions go, is inopport'i',-*. 1-? preamble Is a fraud upon the Filipinos and a gross mis^ate ment of the purposes of the United States in a*?|uiring snd holding the Philippines. it is the proper place for this mi?5 ?? ? '?If baked I lit* Contraband Disputo Once Mure. 0 ir manufacturers ar.d exporters und' ? cause for complaint against f.rcat Bl by reason of that H ut contraband. Vet from what has leen made public it is d ff. - ill to analyze the i of President Wilson's note of protest Appar? ?a! dispute as to th-? law of contraband has arisen. But that is the a I feature of this nebulous portion of iiternat ?aw. Even if general rules are acre" i apea * over gulH in fiar' !,i- raws ??-? ? t? far as appears in the I patches t; I trouble has been the much m<x?ted matter o? conditional eoi i.'n'ler the Declara! ondea ii isas n ???ly clear that the doctrine of Ultimi nation had no apr? ?ra ' ha'. ? sarii, ? military epttld ri"' as CO/.!-.. piOOatdiOf iroifl An- | ?r to Holland, foi example, even though their ult?? mate destination might be shown to be the armies of the Kaiser. The one exception made to this rule was when the country of delivery had :.*oast, and this, of cour?-?*, could not be applied to f.ermariv. But 1 i 00\ ratify the D*Mlsration of London and the earlier rules .- t.r. mean? as .'ear i The country "will bu* I I i P I ? I In Mi general stand. . ?otUltry Ifl .- ? ?' citizens aro ei.titled to the full rights of I traders. We nr- I Sir Edward Gey will peo the situation in the same light. (;<>l??nc) Roosevelt 'i nke*. I'p i Sew and Worthy (lause The Colonel car ftf0 I il a good cause. It is far more thrilling to knit for an unknown hero on a hn'' M thousand miles away than to help a D*wd*i family around the corner. Also, wi*h our modern news service, it is quite as easy to visualise the fats of ... as the fat? f a stai ;? i ? unite h? on y and ' ?' ' ? ???rtainini*. ThSTS ? ' [.'?in ployed, h n .* :,- m * ?? I nve en in a black outstanding winter like the pn t the imp tion approach in:- rS went shout their . ? ? dated, im] ? ? ? I. No '?' leaden are puffll their | new ami thrilling a army of recruit! at their and. ? ? .' e, there il injus -.... i i . . | raki ' ?? i t i - ? great ai i I he Sneerers at Prison Reform. nignmsnt of his ? v vii - not un a theoi i the kind of ' No hunier test of any tould be devised than ??. applj them to Sing Sing, At the very least Hi Osborne is entitled to a fair trial i iir comparison of the results of his brand o tration there with the results of tyls. This i of in the i ? ay it? prisons have I . ged and 11 jresi for the ? ad abroad that it was penny wise, ? from prison so ? itter in spirit, so reekin?*: with the I me that they could ? "? pos ibly be snytl riminals again. V*| the ides has spread snd can never be killed. Whatever mistsl el I Mhsinsi of reform will be regrettable, They rannot ' so recr?e" ti any hon : "t to help ? prison and so help the whii h "XV .1 d to them. Nigh I I icensei lor the "Guzzlers." ? al,** Mayor Mi admit i far been productive ?' much less distui ? Is* - period at .- Hall. 1 expected that even 177 Rll-nif-ht license? for New affect the city'*! serenity. The ... ?if view regarding . or, snd the public has found that those who drink and dance r-abidinj at the ara 1 when policemen are ib the out on I: of 1. Now York City will do almost anything? when i will take it? night restau ? ? 11 ? and normally?provided i: told to pack up and pet out at a definite moment. Mayor Mitchel has shown pood judgment and ? in his endeavors to reconcile public convenience and the letter of the trouble law. Relieve the Militia of Police Service! In advocating the establishment of s e fores for ? Merci ciation th an argument bound to appeal to city dwellers I the rural population most likely to benefit directly by the work of ? fores. That is the to relieve the militia i . **. r.h ?lie con sei-uent benefit to the militia. 11 is difficult to obtain recruit? fi>r the National Guard now. In? ducements of clublike arm* -, ep the militia strength op to v.hat its oflkers believe to be the D for this ' ard is that soldiers don't liks t . which they now have ' g and kindred breach? '.rare. They have a feeling tha' ? what they enlisted for; knowl ? called on for it prevents many men from and many honorably ? en Prom re-enlisting, This phase of the question is of especial Im? portance just now. Any measure which will tend to bring about more interest in the National ?? B ll I* I not be con? fined to the guar!. *\ state police force of ?? 1 mer ?s mobile, ai trained for polies wot'.;, i? bound to be more efficient In hand of rioting "han tl Ms The ? | m Pennsylvania tara that the militia has never been railed out for such service Finco the formation of the er, the work of that careful, so ef?Hent, so just in that even in *M**a*oua labor trou I ..nil!?"I the situation without difficulty, kg the militia Would have- been likely to * ompsrshli to that of the battles in Colorada This in only one pha ? of a stete . ? month out, not ?be m ??,pared with regular petrel duty in regions otherwise unpolicsd and But rtsnt tiMugh to . propose] * ? i^.-o ?? ? prca i I The Conning Tower Advice. A fr'fd approached the colyumlst and slid: "You'll' pardon me, But?rle?'e don't tike offene?*?your stuff's not to he. You pound away at e\!!s and jron hang iwsy at ? ires, But v.!r. do you fO aft-r things about ?*.h'ch no one can The people want to he amused, but you go on and wear ' Atta.-. . gs tnd whacking things; year staff 1i darned --rious. I'm ha-di-'c you a friendly tip: Pun more to 'osh | and ?luff: I ay off the strong, oplifting thing?cut out the . Another friend came In to Interrupt the laboring hard? "I'm goinr- to tel! yon this," he sa!d. "although it's ?'. hard; - I?) a ?rord, ! want it u::d?r-?tood That what I have to i i said for your i :o me, that t to get the public ? ?. You ought to ro'i^e the public heart, and makejthel pc..; ? ' ' '?ham, and '? ?' ind ei |ei ? I a-, off the wheel i Jo more ? ei le," another.' person wrote. ? out the pomes," another begged. "You are a fear?'..? pole." "Wh .... one else a chance to gain the, column-shelf?" Writes one. Ar.n'her writes: "Why don't vou do some work yourself?" "Your ?.tuff.'' sa*, s X, "Is spineless?you must fear ? i hai J " "You ought," savs V, "he edited?you have loo free "1 th I ? limlst, "and If I had the time. er, bul ?'ve got to iplll some prose and rhyme." President Wilson will ask ?larnar?ps from Great I r. for iiavin)-; hohl up SUI ?hipping: and if he 'lo"?n't mind, would he slip In a wf.nl to the effect ?hn.?. we wan- ?"me indemnity for Barris'a war stuff? Perhspi Gresl Britain will retaliate with the oh ' ' .. : "ing was 1 ? The war ha? hurl the magasin? their advsi fallen of ?.* ne;. i ?'! r flat, too. tuf: wkr. OF MR OWN sami i i. PEPV?, December 28 Up by times, having bad -leap, and so ?listrait all the morning. Our Olive seized this day irith ? great mi ery, snd wsnl away in pain, and 1 hope she will soon be v.eil of i?. for she is a v.i (?fir. snd hath ? greal Safec? tion for m> wifs; snd ? littl? for me. too, I think. At the office all the day, debating this M ?1 thai and what not, and in the evening to the playhouse, and fhw MUs If. Dreulst In " \ Mil I'p." which I deemed Inept nnd dull, -.0 aupl,' to laugh at in. 2f>?W it h my c,.?m Milton to luncheon, and .1. Leopold the physician, an? where ill the afternoon, a dull, rainy sfternoon. To Ht. van ??VeitrtuB the critick's for dinner, and we bad some goose, (if which I had three plates full; and had so much it was near nine o'clock when I reached my office; and so ?a'o that I could not go to see the fight between Charit*?. White and .loe Shugrue. as I had thought to. At my scrivening until midnight, when home and i.i-bed. "He Is net Kngli.i-, but Jewish." Bays the C?lobe, referring ha iey White. Regards te I* Israeli?, isratl Zangwill please write. W< it leeks like a White New Year's '.? ?lephom i, anonymously.) TIPPERARY. Bv Oir Own Jamis Oiii.mikim. far, The lineally-measured distance from r?ast Four? teenth Street, New York, to Tipperary, Distant, distant the place and dreary-spent, xiraxvn-out, the hours in journeying thither To, of my entire man-found acquaintance, the most desirable, the most yearn?ng-to-be-po-" of women. Piccadilly snd Leicester Square, -rood-by ? Far. far is it to Tipperary But my sky-.-oaring bou?, my myriad hearted heart is there. Coming! 'Tipperary," by Oui Own Frank 1 Aadvt "'WHOM ABE YOU?' SAID ? YRIL." a !,- .? .- a ,. "Whom du yea suppose coul?! have operated it ?'.I?" "It's like having an enper? stand back of you" the quotation it? from Fdna I'-rbrr's Ftory in the Cosmopolitan ",n a game of cards, showing you the ?eat ?neve." Or, as S'pink postcards, like having an expert stand behind you In a chess gams, telling you -vha*. are trump?. cownuBtrroRiAL mDrjrraKSNCg I am root master of the rhyme. I'm t.ot a verelflei, i a.m not there with i.hr?.sa MbNaaa On worldly tT.tv.igh's OS higher, I have but Joy to altng tfitv : From that rny aaeed I fat] L?o I bewB'.l to hit th? - Am i eoaeeraeat Wi at. A. r>. If Secretary flryan should s'nt: "Vnrr f>ry I Am," we, for ore, xvvuld le dlspesed te r.**.< t-*i*h 1- m. Yaiik-purslissers don't seea to c. n" lei ? ? ' *>. OWN' BT II IIP. - i |ea**?? d ''r.',;r- action mil l, - that to spare the Rodman spoils the t* \ !! ?en i ? - Ken rved 3 si F r a. _ w A REPLY TO JOHN BURROUGHSTUE P HOP LE' S COU ..; ,\ - An Open Iorum for Public Debate. Professor Wilhelm Wien, ?Distinguished German Physicist, Defends I iis Country's Pari in the War. M i ? I ? .... ' ? ? e i It I'' publiai in-g sgsinat l ng ? the Amern ? lami. takes 1 csn w be aal in Amsrics, by ? tl?: pi v v ? and \."i v II psrdon ma f I ii form ?m I men! sf tha cos ? ? and the eaueea i ' v.-,r from their own political and his ?I knowledge, you s ? ? . - fur from my ? . i i v ould ??? k you ?arhethei Durself th?' ? pr?aed. Ifou i ' I like i Con' nentsl peoples, es? epl 11 ? libly th? to them and ia their aathstic end inl culture. You eontii le, nnsaaui loving, ha man ? ? ? apeak aboir ind a i tion or' spoiler.?? and robber?. Do yotJ think ' a | I the qui chant ... ? ly from ?? iiillor. : nenl ? ?. ? p.? I?1 -." ? he (iotmnns, and I kn? ' - ' ?'rman who svsi resd Ben i ?:. ? its s short part sf th? : aii'l iron" f. ? rd indeed a ? mu! ionsl ? ? ? Fehl isry ?:, "I sm not for any sffsssivs irar, ? i "uld rome *? onlv by our attack fire must be put ? teilt not do I nesa ? re In our Dl from eon ' Wo shall to be 10'i t ill te; ? II ? i ht I ? ? t the I ? In our ?.-.tion, ?nd ? ? Poi the fjsrmsn, for ha ?: to n sal hatred than any other nation; bu' we are trying to ap| i -.i have peaCS a* a.! I ? ?. ' ? ! . eftorl We v.: ... Ifereneea ? ? ? : i maki 'i . 1 will not ? ? ? ? ? ' Belgium ? ?? itatea, Hoi ? ? the do ! ? i gland would ? ? - of :i . ? man* until they of -H.- origin of i ipon ? eorrset ? ha I mo?' ?*.i':i Germany, ' Kmti i< :?m would ng thii friend* ? ik- ill aboal a whom ho quar ? inveal . ?le. We i ? :-? no ill feeling in G ..ward i for the '? ' ? Bui if auch eruptiona a-?, vours arc ???d and we become con ?ir., treat? i ..; ustly by the Atneri ? ?' t'ne . nto 'lie paj reel m and (Treat!. i and the \meri ?v. WIEN. WOrsburg, Ormany, Nov. 2*>, '.'.'II. THE DIVINE PLAN Men, However Great. Are but Inst.'u ments in God's Hand. Th-* Tribune. ? eember L t containa :i <- v tor Ho ipoleon and I - " ? ;inrre f to lio?!. ... m of Ho i srs 1 rerent apprecia? tion of the /ran leUI ' -cope ? I* ? ? plan and the (iiver-.it-* of for i??. necom plixhmrn'. The plan i?, one, while the .-.i-rn'?. n e ehsngsd a? progressive ton WOUld have ? ! God" if the Great Do? ? I 'f> hi? employ? ;p!!-herl hi? mii ?sion he ?.va?, ra-' aside ami replaced by i-.'hrr?. who wer? to rnrrv forward th? ? " progreaa ng thi ? tha k-? I ' | word? of Iluirf? are grandly iUfff-e * Be a carpo;*.?' r He^f-n? i\ door. Selzinir ita the boards ?r,?o nhape, and when 1 i is dons I i n the i ?' 'i plane an.i ereoothea ind then thru''.? n?..*> *ho piare ? ?> un aneeeaai* si i.or'n tools, hammer, chisel, nail and hinge, rhe r'an .? "ne; ? *nt? are rr. . mea ??; -i nationa, the I -t!-. th? atroni ai I ?i - Im In - theranee of the ? of the ? according to 'he or;..",n".l plan W. 5 Me-i ? -, ' ' ?'-r "7. l%] 1. ( GERMANY S PLIGHTED WORD What She Promiied Toward Belf.Ufl and What She Did. In' Sir: On Aui. Embassy in Loi ? ?' grans: "Pli British go?. ?!i regard to our intei ? armed will u ? rritory. Sincei I I loi In' ?ty. It il ..?! im with? i ', Could anything be more formal, more binding i Belgis ? com i by the i'?.: I ? -.ces to H |g ." ? belgium an I and other neutral ? I Belgian goverl Thus Germany Gen ... hown her c for her promise. if her an agreement, ? iether In tha form of a r a mpoaed f pai fi ith and to ? i ? purpo Germany hav Holland, a s a ? ? ion of Holland ! Ho? : ? ? - xvord, before the world real purpo-.* Gei this wanton and ui war'' , ICE LOW. Washington. Dec, 28, MOLTEN PROJECTILES A Metallurgist Doubts the Working of the Hammond Shell. bune. In your I an article on the "Hammi : which ? I <io net knew if Mr. Hai mond ha. been comet?** quel I i ? i? am ?- nurn ami oxide of ir?>i- V usual!?" by a i dered magnesia and potassium chl a reaction '?kc? p'ace In ixhirh the oxygen of the iron oxide co-> ?he aluminum; as the aluminum I." a greater affinity foi oxygen t, iron, under heal action el ?he oaygen leaving the iron and combining with the aluminum .-.. ieei n tremendous heat, and the i - redueed to pure metallic ''or a good many yea's in mi i- | ? also i mining diati ta ? Ing heavj mach n??i y. The article in question ?ta?e-, ?hnt the shell . c.ip. P I H tion ef thermll i i - ?ion cap. n ? -, heal - * start s n (tun sa , d ices n ? er) high *? I re,, -??> a-., ?he time ef the projectile leaving the gun and Is complete in fix,. ?? it I ? ? ? ? ??. or?? Virl, ?train, ad ? ? ? : "' ? ?? art ?es i -en, TH Vork, Dr. "LEANING ITALY" No Mater Who ?Loses, She I, Sur? to Win. ' ? and on? Ha? ? * ? - ? ? ' * ' ? ? ??-?tau ? ? ? the a ? la tha" ? ' Lynch Law ?n ihe (leary t MM To the I ' i I ? ? get K?mplc . ? and ' were n ?