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General Board Plans Swift
Battle Cruisers and
Official \ Ices N< cd of Watch*
hg Japan. Great Britain an-i
German?. War a Teacher.
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. absolutely
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? h on n compre
h?Beii cruieer pros-ramme.
i from
year ". !? equipped
er. Certain
?r building
..-. I eon*
the required
?vio ? ? ii reached.
A ?ajur**ti?>n of Opponent?.
of what nation
m are I ? *? ! a hifrh
If ? ' are pre
- i Rrst-elaei
r?vg. | phi n.? well Y
- prarr.rr.e, wh^ch
r?'.'.?- Aral
al to drop
rder 1
? iei*e il ?mall
ten battleships re
? ? thi pro
? ? prised by Con*
? ?????? -, ?wir.
? ? ships ;u"t
? ?-ed to
? ?>n of
' ? ilex
pes? - armament. It
? ? .
? ?
era, pre-dread
craft, and can
il ?7??- ad
1 - Should Have the Odds.
? e, cooil
itrateg - run
iva) .. , i >ur navy
?iir od'ls
- Euro
ring to ar
? en the
;md their
?The 1 eliel is now
vat i rune are the prin
C1J'*\ ?? armor plate
?liOU'.r. ? --eflist
to >>e dec
?.?? be
a1 that
?he big
- reached,
? ??
: ? ?? in
tl rtj knot?
Daniela H?? Hoard?. list t ma ??ri
'-erre- -y 1 ?a-. . la M id to .iny he
? : -rihl PI? T?':?? I
cording to law ??
i Treasurj Department by
15th, ! of the Navy
the privilege of making minor o.a
by up? .?in i il-at dat*.
final p? o| ? g al * oiiibl?
ordet to gi? ? ? .
?.hr i,ir-?H
? ' nee on wl ??hang*
ll thil vr?.-. ,". .
European war.
etarj mmend i
far In thii dire< ? Gen
the adi
e naval eal
it an coi
? ?, Dan
really i
People Hopeful v. ith Ru?
at Front?Arms Famin
Blamed on Spies.
The Russian liner Ciaritra, rid1
.ie in laet nif-ht fr
Archanc?! after a passage of twe
?lays, her course being to the north
Iceland after ihc e'enred the *A I* S
She carried little or no cargo and h
only forty-eight paaiengera, fourte
. ng first elan.
Arcord'r.g to the ship's officers, t
great congestion of freight in Arc
,s been removed, the vast aci
r.?-e .' cargo 7hat had lam for mont
about the ror* having been shipped
Petrograd and other place? wait a
so ?'h of the capital, where it was mu
"The foaling of optimism in Russ
was never gr- 1 lhc chief of
ccr. "The rii . we ? ' . i hingel \
hear.', that th? ( zar had decided to lei
:he people, and that in laeli -.?? . ha
? p? effect 'ihr retreat* ai
?- of 'he Russin id a d
pre?' ng effect the mass of u
educa*. ? They could not u
oerston?! why rotreai? should be ma?
? reaioni of itratogy They heai
? Dually of how the Kaiser an
n etlng hi? ?rn ie at tl
they a lered why th< ? u
?. ? ritli the Csar i
of his army, confidence h;
been rstnhl'shed and the Russians ai
more assured of ultiir.a'" victory.
"It -.- trui there has he^n a shortaf
of ammunition, *h" German soie? hi?'
ye? severa1 of the bij.- ammi
ta at Petrograd. This ha
leen onset bj rebu ?? planl
ar.d building others. Russia to-day I
not short of puns or ammunition. It i
true we would like to have n.are, hu
we are by no means short."
According to the ship's offlcen, th
archangel probably will be ac
the en
of December.
three day
:: .?n he- las' eastward pa?
. ? ?? ' ??Is of Sab!
the British steamship Pilve
. :.-?']"n w''h ?'"! rails and loco
r Archangel. When lighte?
rung out and t h ?
? ??s embarking :n th*' lifeboat
ihore. The freighter, the officer
ti breaking up ai d was
ng ?he saloon passengers wai
shurg, a w? ker 0'.
Petrograd, who, with his twenl
? on a trip around th?
Falsehoods Betray Zeppelin
Plans. Britain Replies.
1 ? on, ' ? ' 24. The Rritirh Home
?. in a statement referring to the
''?-rman necun' of the Zeppelin ra'?l
. ?ndon, declare? it contains numer
atementi which are untrue. One
to the e:!>ct that an anti-aircraft gun
? ; ander cover <>f St.
Raul's Cathedral, the statement liyi,
"can only be characterized as a false?
hood, apparently invented to excuse
what German aircraft are attempting
to do."
An official statement issued at Berlin
September IP aaierted that London was
? I bv a ?rent number of perma?
nent fortification! and by n still larger
er of field fortifications.
Mai bin and Vladivostok to Lose All
Men That (an Hear Arms,
on, Sept. 24. All eligible Ru?
.-, ( Ti iri u ha\ e bet'ii e
under the ukase of Sepi
g i es of th?
. to a Peking dis?
patch ' Telegraph
It i? reported that Harbin and Vlad
n will b?
B. Atona? & Ha.
?Men's Soft Felt Mats
?hades o? brown and
t '.e Men's V/ear D?part?
ira-, y priced et $3.00, $4.<
Men's Balta Shoes
-n&?e of the best lechera ar '
featuring the new. les, ?are shown at
? $7.GGto $.10.50.
?ments on the First Floor)
?Fini? .tara* - BublBtm Anrmtf
34?b an? aStd ftnttl $m S*1*
450,000 KILLED
600,000 Other Christian
-Armenians Exiled to
letters Say Intervention Alone
May Prevent Absolute
Perseeution of Chriatiana in Armera,
marked a; times by massacre? as great
Min? ..1. has been going
i on during the last faw months, accord
?tten from "authoritative
- *??" in < onstantmople and Athens.
were made public yeaterday by
Simbud Gabrii I, j?r? lident of the
lian General Progreutvi A ?
ition in th? United S .?- The letters
cam-, ti,.?.ugh Nu bar '.'??eh;.
tive in I'nns of th.? Katho
oi head oi the Arme' an < Irireh.
? '? believe that the only
their rickei
"n the intervention of neutral
ly the Tinted 7 I itei
Itiea, Dr. Ga*
?itimated that 4(0,000 Armenians
atb. and 600,000
rendered homelen ?>i exil?-d from a
populatioi '. 0,000.
"What hai occurred in the last few
months in Cilicii and Armenia is un
believable." Nubar Pacha erre .
transmitting the correspondence. "It II
nothing more or lest than the annihila
: :? wiioie people, but Armenia is
10 far kwai that scarcely anything has
been heard of th ? frightful tragedy by
Europe and America."
A well-authenticated letter from Con?
stantinople says that Armenians In all
citi.'S and villages of the Province of
', Cilicis have been deported en massa
to the desert barrens south of Aleppo.
"Those ?ieported are not llloweu to
carry anything with them," the letter
r? "They have to travel on foot
ices requiring a month or two of
walking to reach the ???-sert isiigned
? eir habitation, where they will
? 0 houses, no work, no livelihood
only their graves. Only the aged, the
i.r.d children are deported.
"All the Armenians of Kara-Hi?nr
have been massacred, except a few chil?
dren who escaped by a miracle.
"The court-martial! have been work?
ing everywhere Numerous Armenians
a?? .1 and ethers con
demned to ten or fifteen years of hard
Man) have succumbed to cruel
lie;.i."? I
"If neu*ral powers, especially the
Tnite?) Mates of America, ?in pot In*
t? rcede to stop at once the persecutions
. ' iiie people, there will remain very
few <?f the million and a half Christian
Armenians in the Turkish Empire.
Christian martyrdom ha? at no time
assumed such colossal proportions."
A letter from Athens soys:
"The city of I'eurtyol, after having
? ?vacuated by its Armenian popu
peacefully occupied by
Turkish families, and not by military
The whole of the Armani
? been s? nt away,
tun.e.l out of their homes. an?l are nat
hunger. The ex
i?o-i;re ii something that cannot be de?
scrib? '!."
Ten f-'arseval Airships Also Miss?
ing $25.000,000 Loss.
' I'.;, ' r.'\ ? '. - Th? Trl' gmt 1
?,. eva, Sept 17-1 (dispatch to "Tht
Expreii," London I. "i learn
? t? iablc source in Prledrich
shafen that the German headquarters
idmit the Ion of thirty ?? il-ht
?? I'arseval a
? ? .- nning of the h
?o August 1. 1916. Since this d; ?
further report statea that two i
in? and on?. Parieval are mining.
"The majority of the lirihip were
brought .'? n by the Allies' air gun 3
and the remainder ha?i accidents while
landing. Tin- average cost of theae
, ? ih more than 1100,000 $600,
000 , while the newest modela coil
rem y double this sum. Germany,
therefore, has lost more tiian ?6,0 10,000
1 in a year in her airships,
a from which hBve killed and
wounded ?WO persons."
[B? Ca?ala to T!i<> Trihun?? ]
London, Sept 24. C. G. Grey, editor
of "Aeroplane." discussing in "The
Daily Expr?s.'" reporta that Zeppelin
shr.ls are being removed from Brua*
?ell to Antwerp an.I the fact that Zep
- are now very frequently seen
?ver Holland, lUggeitl that the l
tie of Hriti?h and French aviatori
?i ?? it?s to make radi?
cal ? hanget In their plana
Recently many airship shells at Rrus
? id Ghent have been deatroyed and
he think! that the German intention is
that raiding headquarter! /or Zeppc
in ihi? future will i??' eitab
? Liegi me ;??>int in Germany,
fly to Antwerp, where
,r. dea?**end t?? renew their petrol
supply and take up bombj for a raid
on Eng
In thii way, too, they have a better
ng the Allies' .-?viators
ting from 1 landen, he believe?.
Woman Saved Her Home
from Zeppelin Fire Bomb
l?;r?f?pli la Ti.e Trlb.lOk]
.Monte.i;r, N. J., Sept SA.- An eye
? witnesa's ??count of the Zeppelin ra???,
on London on Sept? mber 8 v.-as given
to-daj In Mrs. F. P. Ii.ar.ney. who is *
? l Mrs. W. lie-.herington
("aylor, of thli city. She asserted that
?. bomba were dropped
between 1" and ll o'clock, one on the
? nt of her home?, which
.he ? xtinguii l.?-'i with tratar.
"The en was : ? n-tulllc par
.??1 Mrs. Ranney, "?
? i in little moundl on the window
.? ; i Hing. The ni'ii?' ??7" the
? o? tl ?? /?< ? :?? n and a panning
A l???mh
? crashed through a 'pub' a few blocks
i ? i.\, ??" ? . ? of spirits in
the baaemenl Residents m the locality
? [mm? ihed all lights In
th. h? il nien climbed the
imps and extinguished
British Hold Up Physician.
I>r. Hermana Ki?cher, of the ?Serman
Hospital, who was bound for ho
?,.>. -v. has been detained by the
Hr.t.? ':'" u\ Kirkwall be
: 'it have In? Am?3?rlcan
- . according to a
cul,), received by rt-lative?
? lay. They will forward the
papen. They say he has been a citi
. ? this country since l&o2.
Jap Journalists Sail for U. 8.
T??ki?>. Sept. 24. Ten representative
urnalists will sail for ?*n
Fnnciaeo to-morrow. Then trig will
be for the purpose of studying condi
? ??*?_?? ifl the I'r.ted States.
AaatrisiM r,r?.teful tr. TTsitarn I earing
for Siberian l an p .
Washington, Seat. 24 Th? Austro
Hur.garian Embassy to lay mads public
a Srireless dis-pateb from Vienna
| Statin?; that the departure of the Amer
i icen Red Cross contingent for Siberia
wn? " ?of special cercmonies
under the i -he Au?trian R-d
The met-sagc, sign-.', by Foreign Min?
ist? r ton !". . -tih- the Austro
'lu-gariar. goven ??? r?r,re??*rl iti
? Amerieans for their
Work in the hospitals ?' Vienna ;,:i i
; Badapeat.
Berlin, Sept 24 by -arirelesa to T-aeh
M. J.l. The American surgeons
m I nurses arho an on their -.?-ay to
Siberia to attei I ? Qeman wounded
and ?ick prisoner- in the Russian de?
tention (-imps u. . ! ??,._ night
by the tierman Crown Princess.
'MhI -Wt.rkrr? light Fa. tltw That
Wsnt? War .. ith RaaaU.
Stockholm, Sept .". \* b meeting
! here t.> da-, of the Iron and Mete.l
Workers' Federation a resolution was
ted di ? ;. eating the recent a ? ? ?
of a faction which urges that ?Sweden
seise tho opportunity of striking a'
i Russia. It was determined to inatl
! tute n counter movement.
Thr federation also adopted a reso
? m that the diff?rences between
? ri and Great Britain should not
ft to an International commission,
hould be referred to the Swedish
Officials at Washington
Think Present Law Can?
not Touch Case.
[From The Trlhun? B'iim 1
Washington, Sept. 24. Decision a? to
whether Jume? F. J. Archlhald will he
I granted a:i interview at the State De?
partment in which to explain hi? posi?
tion as the dispatch hearer for Ambas
?ador Dumha and Captain von Papen
will he reached, it ?va? announced by
Aeting Secretary Polk to-day, on the
completion of the study of the papers
In thr case. These papers are now in j
the hand? of the Department of Justice,
rnofficially, it was said that there
was not much chance for a successful
prosecution of Archibald under the
present law, Had Ambassador Dumba
been an American citizen, it was point?
ed out, and in correspondence with a
'..reign government with a view to fo?
menting strikes here, the case against
Mr. Archibald would be clear. If Mr.
Archibald had been in correspondence j
with a foreign government the case)
would be clear. A? it actually stands,'
however, it is not believed that the law
can be applied to it.
Archibald's attorney, Frank J.
Hognn, told Acting Secretary Polk to?
day that his client would like to call
and explain his position.
Not Nice to Expose His
Letters, Says Von Papen
Pan Francisco, Sept- ??4. Captain
Frans von Papen, German military at
tach? at Washington, who in one of
the letters found in the possession of
Janes F. J. Archibald referred to
Americans as "these idiotic Yankees."
is in Sin Frnnc.sco to-day. He is ac?
companied by a friend, who registered
at a hotel aa "Mr. Hatsfeldt, of New
-Captain von Papon arrived yesterday
and attempted, it is fluid, to preserve
an incognito. When hi? identity was
disclosed he refuse 1 to make any State?
ment other than to say he was here on
leave of abs? i ei.
"I have nothing to say with reference
to what I consider tho ungentlemanly
of private letters," Captain von
Papon declared.
tain von Pnpen's companion Is
believed to be Prince von Hatzfoldt
; rachenberg, counsellor of the German
Embassy, who has heen ab?.-nt from
Washington for several
Nation Ready on Opportunity to
Act with U. S. for Peace.
Paris, Sept. 24. Melqu?ades Alvares,
leader of the Reformist party in the
Spanish Cortes, who is hero as a dele?
gate of the Liberal elements in Spain
to assure the French povernment of
their sympathy with the Entente Allies,
said to a correspondent of The Ai
.1 Press '...-.lay:
"Spanish sensitiveness resulting from
the Spanish-American War has entirely
disappeared, and relations with the
i .??'.i'es aro more cordial than
before. The business interests of
? ss lateh have taken up the
meat ires for the expansion of
eommereial relations.
"The two governments, erch of which
is charged with the core of compli?
ca?? .i Interest! "f tr.e belligerents of
nt countries. ap- working in con
p?ete harmony. Early in the war thi
Spanish government expressed to the
United States it? willingness, when a
prop? r opportunity aros?., to co-opera:?.*
with the United States in promoting
'I in Snanish government is abso
? lntely and loyally neutral in the war,
i. :i:h you may say that all the Lib?
en; dementa me favorable to the Al
j lies."
All Senco'st Citie? ( ould He Fired
Easily, 8a>? Engineer.
San Francisco. Sept. 24. The vul?
nerability of American ?earoast cities
in eaae of aeroplane attack was dis?
cussed here to-,lav before the Interna
: Engineering Congrees by John
H. Freeman, of Providence, past presi?
dent of the American Society of Me?
chanical Engine' ?
"I he ? me has now come," he said,
"when true economy can be found in
tows that will compel safer building
and In forbidding any man to place a
quick burning building in too clos?
proximity to the building or future
building site of nil neighbor.
"In our seacoast ci'.ie?, from East
port, Me. to St. Augustine, Fla., and
? tie to San Diego, Cal, almost
..here conflagration eonditii
?ucii an attack frorrf airships as
tvould involve factories and warehous?
in the sweep of the flames and promo!??
, demoralization by Bnhoueing the pop
u' ce."
Frederic of Thurn snd Tasi? Fall? In
Dniester Fighting.
Amsterdsm. Sept 24 Prince Fred
eric of Thurn and Taxi?, ?on of Prince
Lamoral. was killed Monday whili
fl.'hting ir. the Dniester region in Ru?
ta. according to a Vienna dispatch to
?he Berlin "Lokal Anieiger." Prir.c
Frederic ws? forty-four yesrs eld.
Night Shock Fills Titles' Slrerts Wl!h
Frighten?ed Folk.
Messitia, Sept. 14 A Itnag ?
-. ? -curred here last nigh? at h 15
o'clock. The people ru?hed to the
street?, and many remained in the open
all nigh?. No ?lsmage wai done.
Rome. Sept. 2*1 ?via Paris, Sept 84). |
The earth shock felt here to-night was
more announced n other dietrieta of
Italy, hut no k.?i i
At Aveneno the i bitanti fled from
the huti in which tin y bed been living
* ?.<-(. the great ?lisnster of 'a?' 's'uiary.
In the city of A i igh? miles
t ortheaat <>f Ron.?-, and throug
pnvine? of that r?ame the
caufad alarm.
Meeting ?Protests Again*.! Pro
Ally Stand of Jacob
More than a thouian ? le
??d to th0 call of the American
I nth Society that they protest against
the proposed Anglo-French billion dol?
lar war loan hissed the name of Jacob
H. Shiff, a? Laurel Garden, ??n ?Sail
llfith Street, when Jeremiah O'Leary
told *hern that Mr. Schiff had betrayed
them b> participating in financing <?f
the Alli?e.
"?ireat Britain i" unable to r.iec? her
d?>iit? now, when Germany .- ??ot
licked her; hn" is she going 'o be able
h.ick to Amer:.- ngmen
the billion American dollars which ?he
is trying to beg," Mr. O'Leary asked.
"Th?' moat surprising thing for yon of
Jeviih faith is to learn that one of
your ?timeliest champions anil leaders
hai deserted you," Mr. O'Leary con?
tinued. "Af*er i full Investigation I
am able to make the st-fement 'hat
Kuhn, Loch & Co., the international
hanking house, of which Mr. Jacob H.
Schiff is the head, has jusl put fifty
million dollars of American money Into
the pockets of ;h" French.."
Adolph Freikor, well known in Jew
ish labor ?ircle.s, acted as chairman of
the meeting. He briefly outline?! the
proposeil plan of the American Truth
Society to awaken intereat among hank
depositors and ind'ice them to asser'
themselves as being opposed to the
proposed billion dollar war loan.
Another speaker was Captain Her?
mann Ilusenthal, who sai?l that Jews,
like Sir Rufus Isaacs, ought to be os?
tracised because he "deliherntelv acted
against the best Interest! of his rrce."
Abraham Shore addressed the meet
ing in Yiddish and confine?! his iddreis
to .n denunciation of the Russian
? 'far and Russian institutions ami
Peter Damm, the .Je??.i?h labor leader,
made a short appeal "for the particular
benefit of the Jewish workingman."
whose money, he said, the pro-Ally
hankers were about to hand over to the
bankrupt British Emnire. He cautioned
his hearers to draw their savings out
..f f.nv bank which either ?ilrectlv or in?
directly inter.'le 1 to participa?.- in the
proposed loan.
"If this means a panic, let there be
a panic," he dramatical!?,- ?xclaiined.
"I*. Is better to have a panic at home
with our money in our pockets than to
have a panic lHter on with our money
irretrievably lost In the British smel?
Durnovo. Russian Leader, Dead.
Petrograd. Sept. 24. The d'-nth o*
Peter Nikolaiovich Durnovo i* sn
I'ounced. He m? Russian Minister o'
ihe Interior, a member of the Councf
of the Empire and leader of the part',?
of the Right ir. the Council.
Protests British Ship's Re
fusai of Freight for
German House.
? B !*?? 1 )
*Vashlngt.>n, Sept. 24, The instruc?
tions of the British gorernment to
? i? i.rent? and ? tivea of Eng?
lish steamship lines in the I'nited
arg.es for any Ger?
man hrms ;n the Far East, also car?
gues from Cerman firm? in thi? coun?
try, hn? been made the basis of a
protest filed with *he government a
fen- days ago by a firm in New York.
The firm in its protest says that
these Instructions so far refer
to the Fur East, "t-.--.dently on account
? if the withdraw.-.! of 'he Amenc.-.n
?': ig from the I'acit'.c ''cesn, whuh
?ree for the English
..". 1 Japaness lines, and has not been
to the ?/tlu-r parts of the
ere are still neutral
steamers, which m;ghi r,."?"p<it such an
ombargo becoming absolutely effec
I ive."
An Investigation was begr?n by the
government, -.-.rich, it is understood,
has already been advised that the ac?
tion of the Hritish steamship lines
comes under the proclamation issued
by the Bn'ish government prohibiting
trade relations of any kind between
British ??ubj'Cts and eitisens of tier
many and Austris.
In its protest, -o the government the
New York firm seta forth that it has
been do;ng bus,r.. s- wih a (?erman
firm in Manila, which was estai. !
there before the Philippines came into
the possession of the I'nited States,
and has contracted to deliver drygood?
to them, but because there is no
American or neutral ?feamshin line
running to Manila they are prohibited
from filling this contract.
The enforcement of this embargo,
thr pro'est says, will deal n blo-a i"
trade between the Tinted States nnd
Central an?l South America and will
prohibit shipments to German firms in
South America, as well as their ship?
ments to this country.
Reported to Have Sunk French, English
and Russian Ship? There.
Berlin, Sept. M by Wireless to Tuck
erton, N. J.). The newspapers of
Spain, -ays the Overseas News Agency,
report tnat Herman submarines in the
Mediterranean have sunk several
French and English steamers and one
Russian vessel.
That of Mr?. Hrugui?re Goes Ashore
on South Irish ("oast.
Queenstown. Sept. 14. A body that
came ashore at Clonakilty, on the south
coast of Ireland, has been identified as
that of Mrs. .losephine Hrugui?re of
New Vork, who went down ?vith the
French-Supplies Bought Abroad.
Pans, S.?pt. 24. Albert Matin, gen
srsl budget reporter of the Chamber
of Deputies, in explaining to th?
Chamber to-day, on behalf of the Ap?
propriation Committee, the budget for
the remaining three months of the
year, alluded to the extensive purchase
of army supplies abroad by the gov?
ernment. Fie urged that these pur
chases ought to be limited ea much a.
possible in the interest of French in?
dustry trd French ('nance.
Photography in
Natural Colors
The First Amateur Work of the
new Hess-lves process will be Shown
in Connection with a Lecture in the
Wanamaker Auditorium.
With a $25 Hirro Camera you can reproduce a land?
scape*, as you really see it?in the actual colors of nature
and with every tint and every shade faultlessly copied.
This mer.ns that you need no longer be content with
color photography limited to the glass plate transparency.
Now you may make the negative and from it produce as
H ?cromes or Prints In Saturai Colors
as You Wish
Anyone can make them. We do your developing:
and printing for you. and the finished pictures, one or
many, are delivered to you just like the samples in the ex?
Also in the Auditorium at 11:30 and 3:30 today
there will be a lecture by James R. Lynch. B A., on this
new Hess-lves Process of Color Photography.
In connection with the lecture we will show
Our Amateur Customers' First Work
These pictures speak for themselves far more elo?
quently than any description we can write and are more
interesting than plain black and white prints.
Come today to the lecture and see the exhibition.
Leave your name and address for Hiero literature
which will be mailed you.
Auditorium, First Gallery, New Building.
Camera Section, Subway Entrance, New Building.
John Wanamaker
Broadway and Ninth Street, New Y<irk
French I.ieuf. de Maud'buy, Famous for
\tlark on Six Hoatile Plane?.
Tou!, France, Sent. 2?4. Lieutenant
dc Maud'huy, son of General !.. F. de
Matid'huy, of the ?>th Army Corps, has
been killed by the fall of an aeroplan??
he eras piloting. He had ju?t comf1- ?? I
a course of instruction in msnipu'.
of the machine.
Lieutenant Maud'huy formerly ami
an aeroplane obserw-r. He was v..il I
known for having made an attack single
handed on six hostile aeroplanes.
Prof. R. M. Johnston
of Harvard, Author of "Arms and the Race,"
in next Sunday's Tribune puts his finger on a vital point
of the discussion of unpreparedness. It's officers, trained
officers, that we need, he says in "A Real or a Sham
Army?" He quotes facts and figures that show how
costly it is to have inferior leaders?uses the European
armies as examples.
The recent camps at Plattsburg make this opinion
especially pertinent?do you ?agree with it? Every man
who thinks "we ou'4ht to do something to get ready"
should read this article. Your newsdealer will reserve
your copy?hctter tell him? to-day?
We)*? ^Mtauag (Stibnm
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