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r ir ?I t.. I -,.? I) Sa?? Il I - ?H I t? a S I ^^^^gm^gm^gm^gj ^^^^^^^^^g____ ____i !? a Yon can parch-?,?- merchendlse advert lucd In THK IT,Kl NT "lib ebaolnte ?nfety ?for laatlefarttoa r?->ulta. \n aay caae ' HI .?ay inur mmif' hack u;?n ?reejoeoi. No red ?tage Mins?. \\. make ir<>od prumptl? if the radver? tiller dee? not. Issue*? of the War?New and Old ? ' ? I-e JV n in the v ? ? ? ' wars - ? <.f th? ? ? ' ranea and to ?le-1 ?i no argument for thai i.. any, a war ? - | the balan?a < f )>?iwcr in ? ?-*. It is on a' h the wars' ? e. time o? I.-o -is \IY for a himi-, ?Kt. i r.-,: it ? were war to I al war! t wai r? r oui from the : tute for all Europa ??? that Frail ? ? ? would I I ? 1 he? area ??he occupied at the 1 ? the etruff-v-le. I.ach of jr (ientir .Tievaiice?. I ?anaa r*.ed 1m a *? a quite1 ? ddental to the main fSXT] dermany, ?*rs A| ?*rially; i.f-nefitfd I | < frranteil that what were ? ? n._- > a ??-..? ?:a and c ? ? nlipn ir.entu and not iniproViH*.'" pr? ser-. I ' ?? ' ? ? '. will . ihing that 01 ? '.a' ? itrais ? . ? ' thi* fa?-t that * have ' ? the (<. '<? new wnri and peace remained In ? r any long time wr r ndur? r.ation would m?ar. i ? .*.- war. ? ufcaatacre the ne'./tn?!:, mu ?lominatior. will not com. . ? p-fiad. T bat :? ***o*w. th? ^ue-iion a . the dominatic ? ? ?' ' . ; ' ' make Gen ' '-'?'r^iim agro and ! ' -? ? | n the wai .- . ? ?: the Span ? ; ?. mandara di l?. amne*-. ? of the mar rope that cxirta, would pne : the cor t* i ritory | frontil ?? ? i that eaaed 1 .on, too, - ' ? and Lithuania ? many would have betwi ? ? ? ' con .?i nraptrry ? \ ? r ? India man ? German plani in the We ma] ? rithoul dif ? at the coming of p?>-. ? ' &.o present m.,p of Europa ? ? r hand, I nns will not t, to be pr? thorn Fn f a Po ire, to the terril ? ize at t ?? n the t ? :ich arc th rations ?'?. ? ? ? - ; that Poli trolled its g ? rnment, the result would I ? ? ?????th the main ? d purpose a rest : * I The quest. ame tru ? Mohai of the machinery of Islam ? ? aving for t .-?o ce turies fought to ? cept t'l?. r to op ? ? ! of Tu '.' ' which both the German and the anti-tie r the e -icnt of Turkey upo;. . would abolish Herman control and the pel .re, wuu tho demands of the bal ?power. In i ? 1 should ? tinop should fall to the < rVhat i rmai not pen urn Pulan? Finco Fuoh a control would f-rire hi r dil ? ? igth in Europ therrty lay the- foundations foi the area of ? which ? ' ' ? ?? -?? othor qu? ? faced. These are th ;r?c Ttentino, of the fate all other problems eooa I Balk,-? la, to which mt?' ? Of these ? .- A ? ' tory? the i ?'?'.' Trieste and the Trmtino by Italy, ' I ? - Balkani itisfy th. of Se R re of < ? - ino] 1?? ! ? : -? ?'?.,.,. ??. ? ???? may -concede that - :? are \ o .' ' ' ? r,nient at I these th' : ?? ?ognise that it is not vital I the balance of power ' at any of them ihov ? le I* the prevention A of Eur< | -many, i ' ? ncromplishe?! if Germany I held to her old frontii-r? aril Austria i "-many are not ponnittod '-' organ 1 >.ans and Turk, a t.? tho'r own D and also ? -erhia, Kel ;"ranee and Poland. ?The?? arho tympathise with th? .Hies, t;;o?.e of ns who heileve in t? ? ???' their cause and the value to th?? ? frankly re? ' i not th? tltintl ' ? ' . a failure ' And ?grief ii ? in the Tr. . many Is not jrium for the tei ertaking ... ' ? ermany which will ? irg, Italia . tion of Trie and Rl at ?H ? ing opoi ' '? ? her o ? ma upon ' thai tl ? ganize the Tui i.ish E r?ire to sal bes. It Is idle to p' ble, b i* t is 1 '? oming in tr i ? i] ? was conquered not bj ' ? cow ci? armies and left him unable to pr? ... iy make a ? blund of Fn. anee ol ' ? ? ?sntury pas i g? ?Well be '.erman people will su; ?aort th?-ir r | ?their leade in ill?- war until I that pi changi ' not dii . a conqueror. Until (iormany con rent f? ? ?sis would give Germany I Europe . But in 1 I ho are flghtil g to discuss peses on thi ? whicb are il in the ?field will i written by those they I not decieivi. To-day neither alliai discus1-- pei T.'l Therefore the war i be two allii (which is extrem? both allia* ? and under I ? face the fact thai .an he no conqueror and begin ne* ? i XIV and negotiations t? ? ? ? b begun : ? ; t will be I : | that map in favor of either con' d be not alone the ?pri but, if it were in favor of Germa peril to the balance of power and a men ace to real and enduring p. | Twenty-nine months of war have - thai German*: ? ?be i'onqr.cred. Have ly demons' ' o hold many n ???nehmet), Belgians, I' n poltl ?! and ?moral slaver*; ?lay :: are determine?! t?? fighl tain, first. I German] ? tarantees they ? ? But thi equally determinad to integrity an?! for t I be extension ? the fii not i ? lermany, of t;,.? i.ernmi s t-? .;? alance <?f power, wfl] pr??v,. o . e o? ? guarantee I ? : must now s ? ? ' '? I -the re? . v the mai '? cann ? . or re -many i ,. r rwar d -;ro>('?l. '! I " r. .-i why a!' ? la.l: n.'W is worso than use! that these facts are rot rocogni . ?Bide and both alliances tro r? te deci.-ion \ further and i .-.: ? bje ? proffer of mediation by the Presni the United .*-?tatea at thil time is ?M I that peace *.n thi ? tior.s would mean a dcstru-tion of the balance of power, ?because Germany has made preat conquests and has n * become convinced tha: she cannot hold a portion of what ? ? ? red ? ?.. r- ted ? - innoi be ?he .dest-u.-ti? n f.f the ba in Kurope and thus t tion of new war;, which would tably result from such a COndil have from a similar condition in centuxiaa? "BUCHAREST AND AFTER" Is a Pf^ie n| Uirecht Pouible in Democratic Age? I ine. e , ?? i?, ??aboi s ' ? Hiirharest adly i me that all histO I ? - ? Psaee ef Ul a Indicated the sri for com . i,' ?nd to l ?pre ? famous tin i: |t no ?' sn - ' treehl T ? ? ..er Hi? - which ha? I ? ? ? potential SggTand B .- ? "i Hspst ? , ? ? . ? ?i ? ? m over ' i ' ? -, ?nd ratun-' rant n?ti ? ? tei ? ' ? ? ? o?. Tl m to guar?) ? ? I I ? | ' i re 1 . The si gei . devotion - ? roi , on all side? r | I? I r ... -, deal wi t U treckt ai ? of the year 1711 t beer -?'?'l Hi ? hack to work. Mi I international poli Iliey left the i.? , ? will be no -i "Why for 1 ? .ir and i g th? next peace vvi stion. . . ?? ;-. w :, ' "Abnormal Prejudice" '? I ? rribune ? ??i n ^nny. '??"n?s happen? that a rei on undi ' will pas? from one poir ? nseloui of lntermi ? years ago, passed b - ?? - ?- nmittat I tho i ? I || - i V ill ito the ?oi h . . - '? . ? I I his fault. ie coat 1 ? -,ts. n to me that only th -s? that comes from abnormal pre" consider a? a di I on fo two y .many and England. B A. LIBBT. Dee. I, 1916. The Courteoust Knight? ? i- Klag -\rthur i f th ifled In condemning t dea'h i his Queen. H claim? ; | h.-? e-.e 8ll ? did i ' ? .- rescuing her a - to hi: ??-..- quita noi ;; to risl ? ?>re than a man willinj ? ?? Same? to vindicate ;? was ber legal lord anc ? *' ..? Malerj '? "Morte d'Ar ? meaning that Sil th th? v'ueen were noi . truth in tellinu - ?. e.-ever "without ? I ? ? ?-on." ?ision. writ ? . dition 1res ?iuenever un | sure ther? g earn? the ralatli : BU th? King ' ? ' . tratara i ietorlan In make-ui \. Dee I, !-:?;?? The People'i Boycott buna ? putting tag? over cer'ain di f theli roada. What i? being per l shipment of produce' tke high cost of living, emphasis |? b- - g jut on tho greedy mid IMea of those who con ' ' ' "*? In tbe faca of this do H lai?Mat contempt ? How can tie ??.,?..? af *t butter, meat, egg?, Ik? pardon; I aj ? V\i:t. I mai ? ? am mulct us to their mttut We Oil --'e-at. ? THTCODORL MICHEL. , Dee. ?. i?ii. ? WHY WE SHOULD FIGHT GERMANY NOW The Allies Alone Stand Between Us and the Loss of All We Hold Dear? Lrt Us Insure Her Defeat. ti ? ?Editor of TI i ? ? ? ti ?ha? ra? ; ' . ? _ r? call II Mm ' . tata ?... I In the adjustmi i I elaaioi . thai a reduction, if not ?? ??ban?! i r?nd ne let bi ;.-?nd thn? the t ?ma.,i tatei . . , .... .t ?a- h 11 e I .?I? eirobllity of I ? i its a? bievement, I d deesa the pn tinn ?a? t!, v i]] be : ?. d '' military ?rul naval. If, hand, ' ? fal( nnd a tremei ..?. well. ? whjr, l* ni tor) ?srowti those of tl ? ? bility . f.-ren.-aa ir, ami standard? of . ->? winch eharaetei I rroupa And at this point I want that when . te Eng r the 1 ? made ?"?? ?i nil .-11 i - e and r? ??nil in i: ipa itand? l.erin.-nv and Knghind l . <? r I ? ? (?ernii. '.?r rivalries, i'"rn In the full flush ; nurture?! from I .?renie end In ? lent of ti. . undertaking to which she waa not a - and when ? .3 of leea la, hat k:\trc:! d her p I ? -. ?i of a l?erman . by he i ' ? . toast i "i'cret of her purpose. What would hack her WSJ England, on ? ? skirts are not wholly i n.ver preached a policy of terri? torial acquisition by military might. Her ?ne to ? . peaceful ; ? , or in ' Her ambition hai ln-en t.> .: she hn?. been content te live and let live, ia r.o founilation whatsoever for the whin end snarlings ot Qennany land hai tr - rive her of her tic or ' concerned, !?? ? Gennaay, wil Hie World Had N'otfce Thu v | ernmeat ot the ?'., for already Gennany'i cynical ??i.,' ?I '..[inn Belgium and her- uoscrupulous on of her | of recall ? who ha?l become familiar with'the I the and von ' dered brains. "Surely," they said, "no na? tion calling itself civilised could afford, by :ng each ' . o to flout civili? zation." But here it was, a thing aecom I have said that without further pro? ' ' Aorld hvi notice. But the proof has been piling up day by day, week by month. i.ermany has K?ven us .ioicmn assurancei with regard to the o| inder-eea craft, and like bei pie the terril ; I been renew. . Belgian, have been broki again, always lia?" bor i l? dg ? to Belgium. v.. ? I . ?. ? ? ? ?ummarue, the material before Is a Plotter of history that the development of and the reliance upon an all pi. military 'ore* is the which rest all < tcrmany'-a, h??i ? ond. with ? conceit, *ho has pro? , r in civ ? Third, 1 ? the ? . that ai ? ? ? (ht that ? l and ? ? i ip?ci< that she r but 1 ?gical lim lin rone rat, 1 bave chill ? ond, th for the ncemi -, ,!tur itio 1 rd, th ?ring, tr '. - ? That on, ??und -.?'es li . .- iiMuraudir itea concerned in matter the rnant ?Hi such ? ambit i Ther? ... ? reo highe? - ? ? United ' "riendsh i ?e ne s ?I J who? beer lg ron Mich action, the Practical Considera!ion? ? ? advocacy of such a eouri appea? - i babbling o a sent.men- prompting? c? it may b coaslderatloBi ih enough, to ap a ? ,me to time ?ipori Kurope that, m the fulness of. tlm?, <.? nrided it, ?Aoulc ner i to the Westai ?.Miuld put to the t' ? Ctrine. It hn; even been broad!} that were -.he successful in the : ? ???erVor to hold oui ?.hich woulc ? foi 'he frightful e.\pen?e M i "-en put. In reply to such j urged, fir - ? rmany . ?Olutely no intentions ? ? our inter? ? aggression? u| on our neighbors to th? south, or by a hostile move it ourselves, and ?ves if 111 ?a of exhaustion in ' after the | v Id b? unable move. In answer to rst of these Conventions it is only the fact ? id no intention of violating lier ? , repeat that, in word of Germany or of her : Worthless. nd. it must be borne in mind 'hat, with Germany victorious, h?-r rill, In all prob? ' | intact and ?V? an army of a' !? more tron measure that ho] f rei I, rmd that to this end she might oni m Canada '?? trijops there at leisure. She might DO! . an oppor We Must libaadea Neutrality ' ??? of that civilisation for which w for which we stand. The r defeat .-tion mean "ooner or later, probably sooner, we would hav? to meet Germany ?ingle handed, with what result , lOUl ex-Secretary ?-'.e and his bl.nd follower? can doubt. Their victory means the security of all that il dearest to them und to us. Therefore, hope successfully to ?eel Bern alone, and be ? vould absolutely^ ? ;.'. prad teal ?eif-i?.' !??ration?, dictate? that, i irn of conviction, we aban .- galling and ?trained to the breaking point and throw the whole I it influence and unbounded' th? scale on the side of the ? ? I WILLIAM HOWARD DOUGHTY, Jr. I tant I'rofessor in Government, V ? ., Mate- Dec. 9, i9u. An Oasis Here, Anyhow To the Kditor of ? to know that the vote last year in Boston raa 46,115 f? ," or I t.L'3-t for - ? ? ? ?. on 1?.eeaber io, the r, n |y" Sundav rrr?? and it il reported thai air north hi.3 gone dry with the ? the Province of Quebec. Vf ? roar ? <a prohibition wave the ears; in the South nearly every it . and all over the land the I peael rat ,g Into the mn || ol men. In the Bay State, Fall River, | Have-- I other toi ire are Mveral ? 1'.?. A I votes will put . ?. ' -ri. What a ?bOOS '?'- will be te New York if Boston goes dry! Our hotels will be jg-nmed with Bostor.iars ? ? ? ass. Here, where we do not even safer? !f?ws we have, bat fly te others kind administration, the thirsty w?i! be ahle to quench their thirst all the d=. even on Sai lay. Ala?, poor Ho?*or,! It may have it? pork and beans, for they provoke tl l< ?' (Ol OS Still hope il I'll;;.' ,ce N or 40 or 30 or 20 or 10 majority for license may be found, tl perish not. JAMH V. i HALMKR3. ( Niw York, Dec. 3, I'M. Killed in Action T?. ?i?.. ?Editor of 1 .'??? rribene. \ .??;," .2d Howitaar Meld Artillery, a far? ?none" actor of New York City, WM ??i action on the Somme. November 10, ;. r.onors November 11 . ? M real, name ?m Au ? left for ? ana months .-?go, -om Royal Hoi I rjr, asj - have done since the| forced ea Earopol H,"the head and ef wh.-h a- '' \ in -?pite ? of the pressure brought to bear on him by ? officer, went to France with ary y area and ?as earieaaly ?aches, 1 h:s brought about -.. a heap ' ilkeotene. Here he could have ? -, harge i service, bat he insisted ? . the front, where, on the date ? i shell. - of his battery apprised Mrs. ? . 4: ( envent Avenue, of her i The letter came la*. I day afternooi . when all were preparing to ? as presents, to make hia life endurable in the trenches. ?-rote th'g officer, "was dearly ?1 by all of us for his manly worth, great aourage and wholeheartedness. A mil le 1 >oung fellow I never \ ?.rn\er or more charitable lad Wai ,. :' F ranee 1" ' out this young hefo of the ? horn he ha?l ,-ver " ose opea?haaded generoeitj will not toon be t'orgotta-n by those who were beneficiariei of it QIIALD CARLTON. Brooklyn, Dec. II, me. J NURSING ON THE SOMME How Every One Can Help Mitigat?- _>. Suffering of Plucky "Poilus" 'Th? | latter ras root - : ?,?* ?ve?k frota ? ' ? on the Recei-.-d Dee? : : ? was aske! -o my f.' ", sedan g in a lar." pita] on thi Boa '?th to 1 ar. ? * ? ago and for | ? I drove from X to Y, th? *. whfeh A. ?The road fl ??parsely pi a? Pi?*eadilly er ts.fr h A I fI ? . ? **. ? army ? denly, ipms ?1 : i mud, ? - I gate. ? Op t by a i mil t: I ? ? ? ? i rry ori We are 11 I thai seem all ?o . ?. r . through the sun; . ? foundations, 1 Germai ? ? - I ? ? ? - ' I legs that vhen they ' tad I ? ?heir patii ask onl tell you thai ? - 0 isly wow soon, and a'.. Oh, tl I their | o much for ? - to ? too grea need BISI y thing? . be?! ?ock?, bed 'a ? cushions, h? : - ? I ly In euch a lai*| ? many things that ( ? must be given by voluntary aid. It ? ' r, n?on thit I appeal t,, tioni or *r\t\t In kind ?rill h.? gl . dged at th? ' Losn and Company Fifth Avanaa branch) ' e are tribu? A-r.eri.-a;tie, t?2 Hue ?,? ?ackicg and ?ending off of our sup!.'.;.??-, ;. b?- sent for tho ho?p 'i Mme. Hon'en-Turr.er. cur* <?' io d? Rich? MART Wilsonian Anaesthesia ?or of The B n In i. une this morning. Th? ' >a Me?ssge," ; not help ? ,? ? tor was not coming ander th,? i i Hi - - ingress ft.r the Aiiiiison ? ? is and bas b. en Confn leaden of thi ?dly tiint he took I ?ion. Congress d ? ! ubllc agt . be! ' ' Organized Deviltry 1 ? :? o'her v.c i This lirai and foremo? man policy . . . tie t>d 1-y force of arm?." Voa Rernhardi's "Germany and tl ?artlitig hook .vsh'.ch can be boug' .? ? tarter, paper cover ? m F'rsnc? ? ? id, but ? ?? h's master'? v? tl ? editors carry on a piopairi nda aga ;.?-.l deviltryt PRANK S'ORWO New Tark, Dee. 5, i?i?. Maeterlinck'i Message To the K'litor of The Tribune. Bin 1 he ?uggestion 1" I by *'A Real American."" called forth by the reading of I -.'? appeal in ben ? ?ke a r? - rf heart?. Ft all mean? let that appeal be ?cm broadcast ?ver the laml In print p? or othereu?. The writer would he g!ad te a?? to ? fund for that end and to join in dintributtng th? ?lips. X? Westport, Conn. Dee. >, lite?